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The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 30 January 1922

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Singapore Free Press AND MERCANTILE ADVERTISER. CEN rs SINGAPORE SJS., MONDAY, JANUARY :}O, 1922. No. KM9S.

THE DAY'S NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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THE DAY'S NEWS. The Prince of Wales has conquered all hearts at Hyderahad, whose people turned out in their tens of thousand* to applaud him Page Considerable success has heen achiex ed in settlint; the vexed questions bet* OUI China and Japan, and the attitude of the Japanese with regard

THE SONG OF ROLAND. [ARTICLE]

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THE SONG OF ROLAND. Charlemagne; the conqueror and km^, the legislator and civiliser, the founder of the new Roman Empire which lasted thousand years, was also, with his twci\« peers, the source and centre of a legondpr; cycle of enormous and far-spreaoing growth, forming for centuries the delijrht of the

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Malwb^^ I RAFFLES HOTEL. j Dansant, stc 7 p.m. (AdmisoJon iree} K s WIT'N ESDAY. —SpeciaI Musical Programme after DinnerJ J I'M TKSD AY.— Guest Night and DanHng. (Evening Dress essential for Dancing). j PvLDAY.-p ial Lunch—Orchestra. I RDAY.— Guest Night and Dancing. (Evening Dress essentia! for Dancing). i' i

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S! LONDON j M i! ill JI M t VI I M u -J_» IiJI-___-_l Jm "IS? .j_____m_^® I jfTiT r i iiiii I 1 1 I I I I r M i I vi_n ith AKUAJ H. i I n i i■■ ii i u i mm mi turn

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS. The Alhambrs has an exceptional programme for tonight Page 2. The Victoria Theatre in also in full swine during the week Page 2. Notice re cargo per Marella- Page 10. Two ladies required as medical students Page 5. Notice jo Rahman II. ;au-lic Tin mines N <?w-K!p^^^|^BKv State

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THE WEEK. M'liuuty, SOth. High Water. OJO a.m.. 11.40 pm Public Holiday. Cricks: All-daj Practice, S.C.C, ll a.m. Tin adajf, :;i.s'. High Water, a.m.. 01 1 p.m. No is>im Pres J'r is. Real Board, 2.15 p.m. Wedm srfoy, F< Ist. High Water, 04(8 a.m.. 0 :t p.m. Polo: Balestier. Tanglin

PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS. [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENTS. in the (as,-, an exceedingly tmmoro- Balanieii production, reatvrinn Owen Moore, divorced husband of Mary Piekforu, will screened at the Alhambra. t'.-Mi K ht, slong with anothei- Ore-reel pro■n, The One Way Trail, in the second show. Th- Uest house will havo WorM prodvetioa, A Soul without Windows,

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Lieut. 1. R. Caaa, Ist-TOtli Bornui glfllss. arrhrad hi Rangoon on Jan. 17. from Deolali ute to Penang to j >in ins unit; <\<ptain M. R. Me calfo from same place i.^ also en rout., to Penang to join the same t.dion.

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■J to I irr or for sale. LABGI COnOWNf, newly erected, area fron. j,OOO to 50,000 sq. ft. lacing river* LARGE STORKS from G,ouo to 24,04 K] fl near wharf and shipping. Also three storied buildinga for offiees nnd godowns. Centrally situated. All Immediate entry, going eheap. \pply or write

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__B__r JEfMa nt |K _ffl______B 3__fc__ *Vv _cw 4 __m__s. HK K_ sU_-_W_-___F_a_wUJ Bn __r i>4f _m_ _l a i M m__£_ v*\_*J-W _Rl _W S_^_B(B7B»'* •7 w _f %-Piß _a TO ALL OLR (HINESE PATRONS AND FRIENDS We greet you with all good wishes for your happiness and prosperity

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With Best Wishes for a Happy, Bright and Prosperous Ne* >, Chinese Patrons. THERE IS NOTHING FINER ANYWHERE MORE ENJOYARn ANI) ENTERTAINING than the Programme for the Six Nights from Monday, .la: to Saturday, February 4, IW2, At The ALHAMBRA In the Second Show, commencing: 9.16, A TWO-FEATURE PROGRAMME OF

BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. (Straits Branch). THE CONFEKENCi: CONTINUES. The memhers of the Association continued their labour, ob Friday in thc Hunu i,d (uM.il Chamber at 4.30 p.m. The Effects of (Quinine. Dr. Malcolm Watson read his most inPaper «i "Quinine and the Quinine Controversy." Ho pointed out that after knowing

F.M.S. APPOINTMENTS. [ARTICLE]

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F.M.S. APPOINTMENTS. I F. M. S. Gazette contains the followng appointments Mr. C. G. Coleman to a European Master, Education Depart- B. S. and F. M. S; E. de la M. StoweU to be an Aaaiatant faster in the Education Department, S S ind F. M. S; Mr; W. Young,

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AFT£r/**T[ THE FS* /nn^F ffj g^>_,_._ BACKACHE ANO KIDNEY PAINS CURED 10 vears. will be IdNvi.yth, ;j2 •-al quickly k I> Witt's Pills hAve theurim toamuddv ropertie, viSSS tl ir -"7 m.uhKh from the very firrt a M urmarv sui>stL reedom from Bladder roa to rand M mm words! irt.

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VIOLINS MANDOLINES GUITARS W. J. GARCIA has now a full rer gre ol models of the above In.uuments, alst STRINGS and accessories of all kiads. Pre-War Quality and pricei. THE CORNER MUSIC STORB. Orchard Road. J LUGE FOR YOURSELF. ls it worth whils to sxperimsnt with ths my_-_- so-called "cures"

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BOSCH PRODUCTS For Cyclea and Automobiles Hifch Tension Magnetos, Sparkimr Plmr« t :_u*- Lubricators, Search-lights, etc., etc P K StaHme SeU > Ho Manufactured by the well known and reputed firm of ROBERT BOSCH (A.G.) (Bewar. of Imitations and products manufactured sbmoAmtO than at Stuttgart) For full particulars and pricei

LATE MAIL NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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LATE MAIL NEWS. BLAZING IN A BLIZZARD. London, Jan. 16. A stirring tale of the high seas, their pui s, docda. and heroism attaches to the loss of the Vesta. As the result of an explosion in the dead of night, while a blizzard wa.s raffing, a conflagration broke out

Imperial Cricket. [ARTICLE]

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Imperial Cricket. I London, Jan. sth. Great dissatisfaction is felt in Australia at the decision of the 'English Advisory- Committee not to send ia team to Australia until 1924. The Australian Board of Control has passed a resolution asking the M.C.C. to revert Ix i the decision of an Imperial

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K^C7 ~~T*- ■■*i^,o%fm l tf" VIRGINIA CIGARETTES. Standard by %vhich others are Judged. Crippled with Rheumatic Gout l <£v "*^3F*^_b ur Portrait is of Mrs. JESSIE E. MURPHY, of 26a, White's Square, m tt.. Nelson's Row, Clapham, London, S.W. England, who writes: j^^^&iplis? JimF. ri Inu t 4,V1 ,,p d

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EVERY ONE LOVES MUSIC jj li? i > MUSIC FOR EVERY BVENING 5 5 ■J Anyone with an ear for J MUSIC can easily learn to 3j play one of my VIOLINS, < MANDOLINES, GUITARS, MELODEONS, Etc. 3; 'I We also stock all the LATEST MUSIC J at J >

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IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE BY ORDER OF THE SUPREME COURT, JOHOUE BARRU Miscellaneous Suit No. 1 of 1921. The Oversea Chinese Bank Ltd. of Singapore Against Navena Soona Naraina Pillai of Karaikudi, India >. The Undersigned have been instructed to sell hy Puhlic Auction RAFFLES CHAMBERS, RAFFLES Pl.\. lf^ I ON

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TO LET. 1 "\l. from lsl I Compound Tlomt NV 19 newly repaired. Apply No. »-t. 2 n.pound Houses, Nos. 614 snd 618 -n R°> Apply to Estate and Trust g£a f,! rn L-T v s R'reei Ai p|y tttthric suJ Cc Lt. in L2T 'S« w sppointod cfllce In

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WANTED. r l 1 f :i **««»J D Partment '•rat,. lUke, Btutea, tw }t(JM s to f two studentships lh( Singapore Medical Particular, apply to tlu- Aetinf 1 "Jjcjßnl M,d,cal CNBosr. Kuala Lumpur. YOUNG LADV REQUIRED by Knglish firm Assistant Stenographer. Apply Box 959 care of Fta* Pi j 7

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1 AUCTION SALES c DIBT-U-S8 SALE. In the Si rem- Court of the Strsits Sett I OJ n: Settlement of Singapore. ln the cause <>f Bohr i Co Plaintiffs versus Pln" Bro. Boaters L d. Defendnnti \l( TION BALE At Nu. K.l Peek Seah Street. Singapore. ON FRIDAY, 3rd FEHRI'ARY.

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m~> m. rn.rn.m_, »J\J 9 X NOTICES. RAHMAN BYDRAULIC TIN. LIMITED. a Notice is hereby gives thai an Extraordinary (Jeneral Meeting sf the Company will be held si the Registered Oflest sf the Company,, British India House, I'enang. on Saturday the h d el February. 1022 at U.IQ a.m. fori

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M. A. Ahmed Din Bros. For comfortable and reliable Phone No. 1 545. Charges Moderate. MALAYA CUP COMPETITIONS. NEXT SEASON'S ARRANGEMENTS. Delegates of the various Clubs in the ilalaya Cup Competitions met at Kuala .umpur on Saturday to discuss and make irranfffments for the competitions next eason. The hon'ble Mr.

SINGAPORE FREE PRESS. MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1922. Comment of the Week. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE FREE PRESS. MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1922. Comment of the Week. The good news of the better understanding between China and Japan, through the medium of the Powers at Washington continues. The telegram is almost enthusiastic. and the attitude of American opinion towards the people of the land oi the

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The Hon Mi W G Maxwell, C M G, Chief Secretary, is spending the holidays at Port Dickson. H. R. H. the Prince arrives at Xagpur this morning but leaves again to-morrow I There will be no issue of the Singapore Free Press to-morrow (Tuesday), morning. Information has been received

CONCERT AT THEATHE. [ARTICLE]

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CONCERT AT THEATHE. In Aid of St. Andrews Mission Hospital.' The concert and variety entertainment.' very thoughtfully organised by the Chines, sub-committee cf th" St. Andrew's Mission Hospital Buib.ing Fund on Saturday evening, Chinese New Year's Day, wa.s quite a success. The attendance was encourag- l ing, and though empty

MUTTON PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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MUTTON PRICES. As there seems to Uave been a competiion between sellers of Government mutton md those who deal in Messrs Belilios Cader Sultan aud Co's meat for some time iast. our representative did a round of the narkets yesteru'ay, and found that mutton 1 45 cents at the Government

CHINESE NEW YEAR. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE NEW YEAR. Perhaps with the downward tendency in prices, and indications of a revival, however slight, in the trade of the colony, outChinese friends are celebrating their New Year with greater show than last year. Holiday makers were in abundance on the street and in new clothes were seen

THE ADMIRAL ARRIVES. [ARTICLE]

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THE ADMIRAL ARRIVES. The H.M.S. Hawkins, the flag ship of the China Station, with the H. E. Admiral Sir Alexander L. Duff, K.C.8., Commman der-in-chief on board, arrived in port yes terday. She is under the command of Capt. VV. X. James K.W, C.8., and is bound from Hongkonr to

THE CIRCUS [ARTICLE]

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THE CIRCUS Deval's Circus had a fine house on Saturday night and the new artists Cock 1 and Jenkins in their novel staircase act I had a warm reception. To-night there is j an entire change »f pr gramme and the! season of the Circus lasts this week cnly.

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A beautiful marble stone, which recently arrived from lpoh, has just been erected over the grave of the late Mr. A. Barr, Loco-Foreman, F.M.S. Railways. The stone was subscribed for by Railway employees and Freemasons. Ultraviolet rays seem to have proven effective in sterilizing the nose and throat of diphtheria

PRINCE'S LATEST CONQUEST [ARTICLE]

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PRINCE'S LATEST CONQUEST HYDERABAD v m wwk or popi [Ut u' P. af W. (amp. Hydei 4 h Fan. 28. H. R. H. tIM Pr.i... Syderabad thia jf a wave of popularity, irreaiatibiy over the 1 arrival, thil great the one palpabl< to MC 1 1 1 Prince SI A

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There was a large gatl" wood Hall on Saturday evel Kitty Upton and Mr. Henry M well-known film dancers, p cellent performance. _nej well-rendered songs, but the T entertainment was their taeil was very cleverly executed much applause. Alternately with t dancers* "turns," dancing wa.s tadulfW by the audience. Altogether

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j PERRIER I i The Champagne of Table Waters. -f 5 i Sole Agents Caldbeek Macgregor 00. Ltd. ys J (Incorporated in Shanghai.) Tel. 228 O cii Street. t BEFORE BUYING A CAMERA J J All. AND LR US SHOW YOU THE j I "ANSCO" J THE BEST AND CHEAPEST

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What about your j BAGGAGE .Of insure your valuable and effects at home: do you protect them in your baggage when travelling? Property to the value of many thousands of pounds is lost, damaged in various ways, or stolen every year in transit by railway and steamship, or while the

CONFERENCE CONCLUSIONS. [ARTICLE]

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CONFERENCE CONCLUSIONS. I M oRE SATISFACTION. .U.l .i \n Ul ESTION SETTLED. Serriee]. London, Jan. 2 >. f tl nth w< I marked 1 1 i Sibei ian ques- ly disp. si <J of by aa eptance of ■nent. In a like been reached tm* I thi Pacific land. It

EMPIRE WIRELESS. [ARTICLE]

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EMPIRE WIRELESS. BIG AM) SMALL LINKS. WE (OME IN. IReuter'a Service] I. ondon, Jan. 25. wireless telegraphy commission ap I pointed by the Cabinet m Dec. ]<r.n has reported, recommending th. ..-ction ef ni(,Mi in England, Canada, Australia, South AfHca, India and Egypt nnd the erection of a,, .tatii Africa,

SINGAPORE SKY-SCRAPERS [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SKY-SCRAPERS COILYER QUAY EXCEPTION. After the ordinary business of the Municipal Commission was ended cn Friday, the Commissioners went into General Committee to consider the plans for the erection of a new building on Collyer Quay by the I'nion Insurance Company. The Commissi iu rs had previously fixed 96ft

SUPREME COURT. [ARTICLE]

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SUPREME COURT. FORTHCOMING CASES. There were forty-four cases down for j hearing in the Supreme Court during 9 February, but the number was reduced to fl thirty when the list was fixed on Friday jj morning. The case, Sayna Kavena Sahib j Rowter vs. Kavena Kithir Mohidin Saiboo I Marican

SINGAPORE CHINESE GIRLS' SCHOOL. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CHINESE GIRLS' SCHOOL. The progress made by the Singapore Chinese Girls' School during the year was plainly seen at the annuai prize giring 'ast I Tuesday, when there was a record attendance fo parents and friends. The splendid work put in by Miss Ethel Graham, the new Principal, who

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Mr. Gilmore announces that he has muds B arrangements for Madame Donald Ayer ts sing at the Victoria Theatre for three nights, next Saturday, Monday Gth and and Tuesday 7th February. In conjunction with the artiste the great All British Production, "The Quinneys*' featuring Henry Ainley and Isobel Elson, will

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gnwssnnrF-Tatrv.—^_na Ir-^Y T A TVT A Q IN A ?AWBTt 0f ea__b *U XX lLf L TASTEFCL COLOURgJGS. %_K3t iiTIIE SHAD OMA» jfflT AX EXTRA UGHT WEIGHT HIGHLY !j 77// GLADNECK" wk I WITH THE NEW LOW CUT, V SHAPED 1 GENTLEMEN'S DRESSING GOWNS. NECK. MADE FROM STRONG MERI A

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N. Y. K. EUROPEAN UNES* EUROPEAN LINES. •.OKJDON LINE FortaighUy SerrtM sbm— a— aaaaa *w *aa* _i ~< ***a*m TOR MARSEILLES. LONDON A ANTWERP, Tta Parte. MISHIMA MARU January 30 SADO MARU February 16 KITANO MARU February 22 ■ii i LINE Moathly SerrlsFOR MARSEILLES A LIVERPOOL, rla Parte. MALACCA MARU

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"ELLERMAN" LINE ELLERMAN BUCKNALL STEAMSHIP Co., Ltd. (Incorporated in England). PASSENGER SERVICE HOMEWARD. Steamer Leaving Singapore s.s. CITY OF MANCHESTER For Marseilles, London Feb. 27 s.s. CITY OF SIMLA For Marseilles, London Mar. 26 s.s. CITY OF CALCUTTA For London May 17 OUTWARD. s.s. CITY OF SIMLA Hongkong, Shanghai, Kobe,

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P. O. -BRITISH INDIA AND APCAR LINE. (Incorportted in England.) MAIL AND PASSENGEr SERVICI. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL S. I c (Under Contract with His Majesty's Government;. LONDON FAR-EASTERN SERVICE. FROM LONDON TO MARSEILLES i DUE SINGAPORE LEAVE SINGAPORE KASHMIR ibol| KHIVA about Feb. 6 NAGOYA ahout FeD DEVANHA about Feb.

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THE SIAM STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. (INCORPORATED IN SIAM). SINGAPORE BANGKOK COASTING SERVICE for Kretay, Trengganu. Kelantan, Bangnara, Telupin, Patani, Singora, La. t fcoksamui, Langsuan, Chumpon, and Bangkok. Arrival Departori Jan. 30 Feb 1 MAHIDOL Feb. 6 Feb. 8 VLA Feb. 13 Feb. 15 fta n are fitte<J throughout with

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The Ocean Steam Ship Company, Limited. The China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. AND EDerman BucknaU Steam Ship Co., Ltd. (AMERICAN A MANCHURIAN LINE.) (Incorpoiated in Eagland.) i i JOINT FGETNIGSTLT SERVICE TO NFW TORK via SUE* OB PAHAM!, FROM NEW YORK. Btenaier Dne S'pore Route For KABINGA Feb. 10

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PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. (Incorporated in U.S.A.) FOR ACCOUNT OF THE U. S. SHIPPING HOARD SAN FRANCISCO— MANILA— EAST INDIA SAILINGS FROM SINGAPORE. FOR CALCUTTA DIRECT WOLVERINE STATE Passengers and Freight Februat* 20 FOR SAN FRANCISCO via MANILA AND HONOLULU. CREOLE STATE Passengers and Freight February 16 WOLVERINE S'l ATE

MERCANTILE MARINE UNIFORM. [ARTICLE]

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MERCANTILE MARINE UNIFORM. The new Mercantile Marine Uniform Older has heen published in the London Gazette, together with a schedule giving a detailed description of the standard uniform to be worn. Those entitled to wear i; are masters and officers of the Mercantile Marine holding certificates from the Board (»f

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NY CARLSBERG. j ji Manufactured In Denmark, a _k_A §__a_f_____ft__l I fcl X^apoisnTronEWißTiY^-^r fll The disagreeableness of J^ jZjL prickly heat and the general J ill comfort connected with \'^O^W hot climates can be greatly f $mfK P^ttß^ relieved and prevented, if Williams' Talc is generously _^T"1 It* Its fine,

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S.S. MARELLA. Consignees of cargo per the above steamer 1-: from Australia (Jan. 23rd) are hereby notified that a general survey of all carjfo landed in a damaged condition will be held on Friday n j 3rd February. 1922 in godowns Nos. 1 and 2 I at 9 a.m. I

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JODELITE The Timber Preservative -i^_f f^By. E f__J_ __E___R^_r_i n Ia m' J Sf-'ni- WP i 4^^ Stocked in 1, 5 10 Gallon Drums WHY PAY High Prices for Hard Wood W UF. V Soft Hood treated With JODELITE IS CHEAPER JUST AS GOOD Write for Particulara to The Bt

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SHIPPING NOTES. Owing to the seamen's strike in pi ogress at Hongkong, arrivals from Chin<a ports are scarce, this being markedly in evidence during the week end. The official record of steamship arrivals in Colombo harbour for the eleven months of the year just concluded shows that 2466 vessels put

TRADE AND COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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TRADE AND COMMERCE. C. OF C. KUttBER ASSOCIATION 12 o'clock noon, Jan. 27, L922. Pale Crepe. Bibbed Smoked Sb Clnnnff Prteet. Closing Price t Buyers Seller... Bayer3 Sellers April to June 82 Tone of Market: Easier.

LEWIS AND PEAT'S REPORT. [ARTICLE]

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LEWIS AND PEAT'S REPORT. Singapore, Jan. 2!>. Since our last report a further heavy Itclint has been experienced and prici R itve dropped neatly 5 cents. The fall has 3een accentuated by "bulls" selling their ioldings both of near and forward position imi until better trade demand sets in ve

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The amount of tin and tin in ore extorted from the F. M. S. in December was >7,710 pikuls, compared with 40,50. in December, 1920. The total exports for the previous months of last year were >7'.',432 pikuls, showing a decrease of 1,249 over the corresponding period of 020. j

EXCHANGE. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE. The local Italian Conaalafc i,.,. rcsalisd h cable from tha Bancs Cenunereials Italiana Milano, dated January ISth which states Kx' change on London. I., res 7;, !in Italian War Loan a per cent Lives T'i January 27. Bank 4 m.s. oi_, Bi j 'I* i-itt ank, demand 2 3

PRODUCE. [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE. January 27 Tin 150 Tons $7s Gambier Cube No. 1 14.00 Gambier 9 s<. Pappai Blaek u.75 Pepper (white fair) 26.00 Tapioca. «nall flake, tg. 6.50 Tapioca medium pearl tg. 725 Pearl Sago, amall 7.25 Copra Mix 0<26 Copra Sundried 10. r.' 1 Opium, Benans uncert: 4,600 Rico, Rangoon

TRADE AND COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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TRADE AND COMMERCE. Tin- amount of tungsten ores exported from the F. IC. S. last year was 924 pikuls. against 3,023 during LMO. The Ceylon Government factory at Colombo contemplates tin- turning out of railway locomotives and steam roll* Thirteen fifty-year employees rf M Bryant ami May, Limited, were prtttnttd

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.mi* oims CMMO.GOO A-jarancta Ib fore* ovmr fIT,OGO.O«t« THE GREAT EASTERN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. net rpor.Ui U Strait* S«ttl_n_iU). .BAB OFFICI Winch..-? _•<_., Sl_g»pr.„. LONBON OFFICE: U OW J.wry. E.G. yhu £20.000 depoaita with Um -ip._r. tart fcglMd. an d l-_P-_ -ftb th. Britiah Aa.uranc. Compai_« _.t PLAN3 F

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CHARTERED BANK. of India, Australia and China. Incorporated in England by Royal Charter. Paid up Capital in 600,000 shares of £3 each £3,000,000 Reserve Fund 3,600,000 Keserve Liability of Proprietors 3,000.000 HEAD OFFICE. 38 Bishopsgate, London, E.C. Agencies and Branches. Alor Star Hongkong Penang Amritsar lioilo Puket Bangkok Ipoh Rangoon

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HONGKONG SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION (Incorporated in Hongkong.) Capital, all paid np $20,000,00C Silver Reserre $21,500,00C Sterling Reeerre, held in Londoa 4,500,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors $20,000,00. COURT OF DIRECTORS. G. T. M. Edkins, Esq., Chairman. G. M. Dodwell. Esq., Deputy Chairman D.G.M. Bernard, Esq. E. V. D. Parr, Esq. A.S.

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i YOHOHAMA SPECIE BANK. LIMITED. Established 1880 I I Capjtal Subscribed Y. 100,000,000 > (fully paid up) Reserve Fund Y 53,000,000 President: N. Kajiwara, Esq Vice-President: S.K. Suzuki, "Esq. vt DIRECTORS. N. Soma Esq. I. MatsukaU, Esq. > amakawa, Esq. M. Mitsui, Esq. \L Odagri. Esq, Baron K. Morimura, Raron

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ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE (Incorporated in England by Royal Charter A. D, 1720), FIRE MOTOR CAR MARINE j Fidelity Guarantee— Administration Bonds Singapore Representatives— -Messrs. BARLOW &Co Messrs. BARKER Co'., u. Hra. _h Offlce-M. The Arcad fSfc JJ^ &<* A. GORDON LEE, Resident Manger. THE LONDON LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO. LTD. (Incorporated

THE MALAYA CUP. [ARTICLE]

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THE MALAYA CUP. HOW SINGAPORE LOST. A LAST MINUTE THRILL. (By Our Own Representative). One of the most interesting Rugger season* of recent years was brought to a conclusion, fittingly exciting, by the final match for the Malaya Cup, betUteen i Selangor and Singapore, at Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. Singapore

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

EXHIBITION STAMPS. [LETTER]

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EXHIBITION STAMPS. To the Editor. v Sir. —I observe in your report of tb< M Borneo Exhibition to-d>y, that n to have a special \Xma of Stamps for the occasion has had to be 1 down, and no special reason -.-ems to have been assigned A earful observer of events

INTER-STATE CRICKET. [ARTICLE]

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INTER-STATE CRICKET. PERAK'S BATSMAN FAIL. I'ENANG IN STKONti POSITION. (From Our Own Correspondent) •> I Tenang, Jan. 28. The two-day Int-r-State match between Perak and Penang commenced this morning in fine weather and before a large atten- dance. Batting first on an excellent wicket, Perak were soon disposed of for

SINGAPORE YACHT CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE YACHT CLUB. Cm Saturda) ming sia boats tameout u> compete for a trophy kindly present ed ty Mr. Carver, The start was at ttr mpt, with a sti ng breeze and heavj swell, so that most of the boat! start-fed reefed down, with the exception cf Helei who carried

S.C.C. BEAT THE NAVY. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. BEAT THE NAVY. Tie S. entertained a team selected from H. M. S. Titania and the submarine: now in port, to a cricket match on the I (udang on Saturday afternoon, an interesting game resulting in an easy victory for the Club. Winning the toss and batting first, the

DISAPPEARING CHAMOIS. [ARTICLE]

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DISAPPEARING CHAMOIS. c Geneva, Dee. 22. 1 Switzerland was C impelled many years po to take drastic measures in order to prevent the complete disappearance of the graceful chamois. j Certain districts have been strictly pro-..Jjibitt-d to chamois hunters, and in these Deserves :he animals can rest ur. listurbed. x

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