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The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 24 November 1927

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Singapore Free Press Xi CENTS. SINGAPORE, S.S. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1927. NO. 12,267

THE DAY'S NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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THE DAY'S NEWS. Capt. (iiles, who set out to fly to Honolulu from San Francisco, tells of his terrifying experience when he encountered a rain drenched air-pocket Page 9. Native volunteers succeeded m effecting the arrest of one of the ring-leaders concerned m the recent massacre m the Solomon Islands

THE ORDER OF THE BATH. [ARTICLE]

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THE ORDER OF THE BATH. It was unfortunate that the Ayonos' irritation with their ultra in. ..lest Chief should have reached its height coincident ly with the moat unbridled deluge of the whole vainy season. It was equally unfortunate —though quite inevitable- that I. as the junior A.D.0., should have

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wim; LOONG. I ASS TAILORING ,nl Fiff'sh Cunianteed HIGH STRKET. RAFFLES HOTEL. SPECIAL DINNER AND DANCE TLA EVERY TUESDAY BATIK DAN([ TIM RSDAY AND SATURDAY Q^ eveio YOURY YOURLO AND OPEN DAILY LADOVA o A.M. HDNESDAV, CELEBRATED HANCER.S T0 FRIDAY will ftp-pa*? (taring the Dinner and ItOA n__ 11. oil

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THE f^O^^O DIARY '< FOR 1928 I XC" THIS RONEO 1* m^ l product has earned for itself a > k i 7 S p,ace on the busy mans desk by [.^^B™-! Jl'.i'l//^- 1 reason of its real helpfulness. 1" Ml^^HWi'i'^i- 1 (> lher I>iar> possesses <he I W*^^mWim\ M

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS. Rugby car for sale Page 7. Tr\ the Buick car at Guthrie's— Page 14. Whiteaway's inexpensive curtaining Page 6. Latest shipping notices on pages 10, i' 2 and 18. Bols products are the. bes*. Caldbeck'Page S. Latest small advei tieements and notice** on page 7. f Overland Whippet

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WING LOONG. THE RBCOGKISBO HOlsh for EUROPEAN TROPICAL SI ITS. 32. HIGH STREET.

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THE WEEK. Tkurmdmg, 2 lth. Hitrh Water, 10.*'. a.m.. MA, 11.4 p.m., 5.6. Malacca: H. W. 7.10 a.m., <>.'.'. 7.36 p.m.. **..l. B. 1. homeward mail closes. Football: S.C.C. vs. Bendemeer, Stadium. S.C.C. Rugby match. Padang. Hockey: V.M.C.A. vs. R.E. Fridss, 2Stk. Hiuh Water. 10. 52 a.m.. 6.4, I\JU p.m..

JOHORE COUNCIL OF STATE. [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE COUNCIL OF STATE. EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS. A miTtina of the Johore Council of State presided over by the Hon'ble the Put* Menu; P.esar (Dato Abdullah bin Jaafat* D.k., S.P.M.J.. C.B.E.K was held at the Dowai:. .lohore* Bahru. *»n Tuesday last week Tbe H-.n'ble Mr. S. Q. Wong asked the folio**

THE LATE SIR HENRY WILSON. [ARTICLE]

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THE LATE SIR HENRY WILSON. A UGH ENEMY OF DARDANELLES CAMPAIGN.** London. Nov. 13. An atlack on the late Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson was the feature of a remarkable speech delivered by General Sir lan Hamilton, m addressing the Royal Nava' Division OnVers" Association. Ha described Sir Henry Wilson as

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Mr. P. Bolton, M. I. C. E., M. I. E. E.. a.riv«<i m Penang: by the Kashgar from Rome last week. He is well-known m Malaya. During: 1920-21 he was Electrical Expert m Malaya to the F.M.S. and S. S. Governments. He originated the Perak River Hydro Electric Supply and

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THE HAPPY VALLEY. CINEMA— SIDESHOWS UNION STAB (MALAY) OPERA. Various Amusements GATE 10 CTS. PvicTORIA THEATRE t VERY SOON WILI. GIVE YOU ALI. A Big Surprise aby Wonders eautiful Girls rilliant Costumes etter Dancing righter Items igger than ever !i s* lP* KELVEYS TALENTED PUPILS Radio Supplies. THE BURLINGTON, Coleman

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Victoria Theatre. For Three Nights Only Thurs. Ist. Fri. 2nd. and Sat. 3rd. December. CHARLES CHAMIER Presents OUR CABARET." THE SHOW WITH A BIG REPUTATION. Opening Night Thurs. Dec. Ist. at 9.30 p.m. HEY! HEY!" Friday, Dec. 2nd. 9.30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3rd. 9.30 p.m. "A LA CARTE" '"COCKTAILS" Booking

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From Monday, 21st., to Satnrda* *>«»I4 v ■***w 1 AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION OF ENT^AJ^IVr mh T' PICTFIaE^ 'V AT THE lhambrA (Tan Cheng Kee Ug, Proi>rit ?<tr^ In the Second Show at »i A METRO-GOLDWYN.MAYER (OMKDV E f I v P K*™tins the well-known BUSTER KEATON at his funniest THE

OUR SIAM LETTER. [ARTICLE]

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OUR SIAM LETTER. The Penang Visit. A WE. OF HOLIDAYS. (Fran Our Own Correspondent). HanKkok, Nov. 15. The* visit ti the Penang rugby team, thc ■ncidenee of the King's birthday and a\rmistico Day all falling within .seven days, have sadly interfered with a weeit of work. The Penang players found

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ADELPHI HOTEL mmkn m^*^ CHRISTMAS NEW YEAR FESTIVITIES Christmas Eve Saturday December 24th 1927 Special Dinner and Dance $3.00 CHRISTMaAS NOVELTIES. Christmas Day Sunday December 25th 1927 Special Old English Dinner $3.00 CHRISTMa-XS NOVELTIES. Cinema Performance m the Roof Garden. Boxing Day Monday Dec. 26th 1927 Special Dinner Plain Fancy

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j T* 9 A I Why Hartley s Jam is Cheapest J 'iMMWg*O jj Modern scientific laboratories— modern machinery J mnpH|o| J ihe latest packing methods, and our vast resources J /^^^^^^^^^a Whi h giVe US the Pick f the fruit and sugar mar l\ **>^^*^l_ltjj !^_l^^a A)1 tlle of

CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA. ar 0 mm HOW THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE ST_*\RTED AND FINISHED. MMritaMs fine pietm ol the bor a1 the Rtavtinii ...st for th. Cambridge hi -a hi n Medal and Niantic dead-heating.— Daily Sketch ccpyrigfat. n* .e,*.:..,*.„al Asssh. {ti ridel Medal and Niuttic P« sing the post Ensiaht

NORTH BORNEO NOTES. [ARTICLE]

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NORTH BORNEO NOTES. Armistice Day At .Jesselton. AN IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY (From Our Own Correspondent.) Jesselton, Nov. KS. Though there was not so large a gather ing ot' veterans of the War a.s we have had m (he past, those who did attend the parade at ihe War Memorial were representative

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A young diplomat, now m London, recently returned from the Near East, is tell ing an amusing story of an experience m Iraq. Being desirous of an audience with King Feisal, the American presented himself at the office of a prominent British resident and made his request. "Certain ly," said

TIN MINING IN THE F.M.S. [ARTICLE]

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TIN MINING IN THE F.M.S. Hardihood Of The Pioneers. THE COMING OF MACHINERY. To the casual outsider, likely enough, tin mining is apt to appear a rather prosaicsubject; but a glance at its history m the Fedeiated Malay States will show it m a veiy diffeient light indeed— the light

LADY DELEGATE. [ARTICLE]

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LADY DELEGATE. Will Enlighten Europe on Chinese Situation. The diplomatic committee of the Nationalist Government decided the other day to appoint Miss Chen Yoh-sieu as special deputy envoy to Europe, to inform the people of the situation m China to-day. Miss Chen is a doctor of law, and is a

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AUCTION SALE OF walnut Stained and Wax Poshed Teak Household Furniture, To be held at No. 10-3, Rochalie Drive (Off (irange Road) ON SATURDAY, 26th. NOVEMBER. AT 2.30 P.M. On* triple spring motor H.M.V table grand homle'ss 'gramophone tme des.gn teak sideboard, extending dining table, armand teak bookcase with glass

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JSM Bv^*''*" __X a*3v;' _wßl^>-*3B^****'*'''^--fti*ff!' X§J*"*""-*-' '-x'&i-: '•^^j6ddtk!^^''.''.'.''.''.''^'k'\-'\'^i^iVig^^ Sb*?!'.'-' _flß^^B-B_n' *J\ '':'•:•■.•>*■" .....y^.y.y.v*.;. WA gri "-*"**s?'l__ If Pfe "i.^S^^^^^^^i^^^^HlHW^^ffilf '^^^^ii'^ St. _lw: S» :^s«K "A most fascinating smoke— these Craven A'" The growing enthusiasm for Craven "A" is the fascination of pure tobacco— pure British paper and a tip made

THE EASTERN SMELTING COMPANY. [ARTICLE]

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THE EASTERN SMELTING COMPANY. Tin Smelting In Malaya. PRESENT DAY METHODS. The operations m the metalling*, of tin fmay he enumerated as (J mining and dies sing, (2) smelting, (3) refining the first having for its purpose the production of a fairly pure tinstone, the second the con version of

JAPANESE NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE NEWS. TO QIELL PIRACY. (By courtesy of the Nanyo NichiNichi Shimbunsha.) Tokio, Nov. 21. It is reported from certain quarters that the Powers will station m Chinese waters an allied standing squadron for patrol, as a result of the fre*quent piracies.

VISCOUNT GOTO'S MISSION. [ARTICLE]

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VISCOUNT GOTO'S MISSION. It has been revealed that Viscount Goto has two main object** for visiting Russia, one of which is to persuade Russia to join the League of Nations, the other to get mutual understanding between Japan and Russia concerning the rice-fields trust m Siberia.

TRADE RELATIONS WITH THE NEAR EAST. [ARTICLE]

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TRADE RELATIONS WITH THE NEAR EAST. In the next fiscal year the estimate for the economic investigation of the Near Hast will be mainly appropriated for improving dire*ct trading between Japan and the countries m the Near East, instead of the former indirect trade via India.

THE NIPPON KEORI KAISHA. [ARTICLE]

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THE NIPPON KEORI KAISHA. The Nippon Keori Kaisha (Japan Woollen Textiles Manufacturing Company) which is now planning to extend its operations into Kanto Districts wiii float a loan of Y10.0^0.000 to meet the cost of its new operations.

SOVIET MERCHANT-MARINE FOR THE PACIFIC. [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET MERCHANT-MARINE FOR THE PACIFIC. The local branch of the Soviet "onimor cial Fleet has decided, with the approval of the Moscow Government, to purchase six steamers of about 3,000 tons from Japan, and also to build a large ocean going steamer at the Far Eastern Dock yard m Vladivostok.

OUR CABARET. [ARTICLE]

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OUR CABARET. The Chamier Cal aret Company, which played here with considerable success recently, is leturning and will give a short season at the Theatre beginning on Thursday of next week, December the Ist. Local audiences will remember Charles Mason, Muriel Varna and the other clever mem bora of the

HILL STATION RECORDS. [ARTICLE]

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HILL STATION RECORDS. The Government Health Office sends returns for the seven days ending on Saturday, 19th. instant. Penang Hill (2,100 feet), average mean shade temperature (71.229 deg. F.), total evaporation .319 inch, total rainfall LM inches. Taiping Hill (3,500 feet), average mean shade temperature (71.15 deg. F.), total evaporation

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Mr. Choo 800 Hean, who is doing prospecting: work, is we hear laid up with fecer m the Sunyai I^ilan-^ valleyH M.M.

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WHITEAWAY'S INEXPENSIVE CURTAINS AND CURTAINING FOR CHRISTMAS. m THE "MAKVEr 'CURTAINS^ LACE CURTAINS K^IIJISbS Wh 7£A WAYS STANDARD VALUE a L^^^B^i^^J m TIIK CHALET" LACK x ra_a,rJS*i?r *V CURTJUNR WHITEAWAYS A mi- i< a Dainty Lace Curtain with STANDARD VALUES „,,r V Mma o***** Craaa-.. Si/.** :i jrarda 4". inches

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Your life m your hands! I I 7** c ***ti*** 6 erm s arc s;p? ly I I infected people on the P K* st things you touch. You m** dways h-Ip touching tlu op i e I I or -he thingi they htndl l >ut I YOU CAN purify

SUGAR RESTRICTION. [ARTICLE]

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SUGAR RESTRICTION. JAVA WANTS TO COME IN. BUT NOT ON PARIS AGREEMENT. Reuter'-, Service.l Amsterdam, Nov. 22. It is understood that Dutch and Java producrari are anxiuis to c<. operate m the Ngar "ring" created at the Pai is conference but m a different manner from that agreed on m

AUSTRALIAN WHARF STRIKE. [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN WHARF STRIKE. WORKERS* THREAT. Reuter's Service. Melbourne, Nov. 22. Th*. Waterside Workers* Federation has decided that unless a peace move is made all vessels, including mailhoats, will be declared black at unexpected times and places all over Australia. The postal department has arranged with the watersiders to hanUc the

SOCONYS RUSSIAN OIL CONTRACTS. [ARTICLE]

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SOCONYS RUSSIAN OIL CONTRACTS. [Router's Se vice.] New York, Nov. 22. The Time.-, states, thc Standard Oil Company of New York has contracted to purchase 969,000 tons of Russian oil for six years bringing up the Company's purchases of Russian oil to about 1,490,900 tons a year lepiesenting an aggregate

U.S. NAVY'S SECRET SEAPLANE. [ARTICLE]

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U.S. NAVY'S SECRET SEAPLANE. [Reuter's Service.] Ne-* York. Nov. 22. According to the New York Sun the Navy is secretly building a seaplane with a cruising radius of 8,000 miles or more with which an attempt will be made m L9tt to Hy across the Pacific and possibly round the

MR. COOLIDGE AND THE PRESIDENCY. [ARTICLE]

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MR. COOLIDGE AND THE PRESIDENCY. [Reuter's Service.] Washington. Nov. 22. Hearing that one of his supporters intended to start an endless chain petition to th* President uriring his renomination for thc piesidency. Mr. Coolidge has strongly c\* pressed his wish that no ■neb petitions ht circulated as they will "do

MILITARY DRAFTS FOR FAR EAST. [ARTICLE]

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MILITARY DRAFTS FOR FAR EAST. [Reuter's Service.) London, Nov. 22. The transport Dorchester left Southampton this afternoon with *>."> oflkars and 1«826 other ranks comprising drafts for stations m the Far Fast including 10") each oi the Scots Guard*- and Coldstream Guards for Shanghai.

KING FEISAL IN LANCASHIRE. [ARTICLE]

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KING FEISAL IN LANCASHIRE. [British Radio— Official Service.] Rugby. Nov. 22. King Faisal of Irak, who is making a tour of industrial Lancashire, spent today m Manchester. He was welcomed at the Station by members of the executive com mittee of the British Cotton-growing Association. Later His Majesty was entei

STATUTORY COMMISSION BILL. [ARTICLE]

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STATUTORY COMMISSION BILL. [Reuter's Service.] London, Nov. 22. Thc House of Commons passed the second rssjMac of the Government of India Statu tory Commission Bill without division. The I personnel of the Commission will he debated I on Nov. 25.

THE INDIA REFORM COMMISSION. [ARTICLE]

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THE INDIA REFORM COMMISSION. FIVE YEARaS EXPERIMENT. [British Radio— Official Service.] Rugby, Nov. 22. Moving the neond reading, Lord Winter con, L'nder Secretary for India, said it was accessary to altOl the provisions of the Government of India Act of 1919, which provided that a Statutory Commission wa.to be appointed

TEAPOT DOME TRIAL. [ARTICLE]

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TEAPOT DOME TRIAL. SI MMONSKS FOR CONTEMPT. [Reuter's Service.] Washington. Nov. 22. Tite Federal t.overnment has brought proceedings m the district of Columbia supreme court against Harry Sinclair ane' William Burn?, head of the Burns private detective agency, und four other men foi contempt of court based on alleged tamper

BELGIUM'S NEW CABINET. [ARTICLE]

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BELGIUM'S NEW CABINET. f Renter's Service.] Brussels. Not. 22. Tne outgoing Promiar, M. -laspar. has formed a new Cabinet. Four Socialist Minister! an. replaced by two I-iberals and two Christian Democrats. M. Hymans will be Foreign Miiiisier. ML Jaspar also takes the portfolio of the Colonies.

TYRE PRICE REDUCTIONS. [ARTICLE]

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TYRE PRICE REDUCTIONS. [Reuter's Service.] London. No\. 22. Goodyoan and l)tin!«->ps aaaounce furthei reductions m IBOtOV tyres. The former is radocintr Msctortmx tyroe io per coat and motorcycle tyres 15 per cent while the latter is rodaciag 5 per eeot.

COLORADO COAL STRIKE. [ARTICLE]

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COLORADO COAL STRIKE. [Reuter** Service.] Denver. Nov. 22. A detachment of :J5O National tiuard troop** have occupied tho Borthorii Colorado eoalflelda. All is quiet.

SUICIDE PACT. [ARTICLE]

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SUICIDE PACT. Bullet Intended to Pierce Two Hearts. Vienna. A well-known Hunjraiian hypnotist named Lassie has heen sentenced to three months' impi i: --on ment for attempted suicide and to 'm additional year for "complicity m suicide." Ho persuaded a younj_r girl of seventeen, who had been frequently hypnotised by

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BUSINESS CARD?. M- 1 ROBINM.N HAlTßiisiNGlj SALOON N( ROBINBON ROAD JapaneM I.arber Shop rTl™>v\*r BLBCTWC CO.. -fie-- Plaea. i ELECO, Sinicapoeo. ml mosl comprehensive .r<Nim m Malaya. •ri ;il Goodl from tae erorU. J WREATHS. f i -freataa mmm*m I/mamAmm > „m,\l'(iKK CASKET CO. ;I j KGiG K Ihoh No.

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NOTICES. FEDERATED MALAY STATES RAILWAYS. \OTI< E. Th«- Johorr CsMaMSSkf I «.c k will he cKi^e.l to i| all traffic from »I a.m. on th,- '_'Bth WooeiWl j until fi a.m. m* .">th Deeoaiter, IttT, far laspsc tion purpo.-oH. ly Order, i: ii a jsrr, Ma t rut feaglaoor, F.M.s.

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WB BMaM "~Maa~M~M~M«— .NOVEMBER GALE& HEAVY WEATHER AT HOME. VESSELS WRECKED. [British Radio- Official Service.] Rugby, Nov. 22. Heavy gales during the last two day* have caused many shipping casualties, and the loss of lite would have been much more serious but for the rescue woi k effected by the

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NOTICES to*E-K*yl) Sup»*rli»(i/^f^V\ /^U? /__r-/ funiivt \^_**'_\-*-P^^\>V_^' >> for al! __L_ia-y' *e'i -*fl""" lorms of xs_l^___]^ *■■*>■ u Skin Trouble AMI fUlfiL NOTICE ii bereb] givea that the Mark or label depicted above i.-> the propert> I T. Fulford and C*ompariy, Limited, a eompatl) <luiy 1 incorporated under the Lawn

SINGAPORE FREE PRESS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1927. Unhappy Rubber. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE FREE PRESS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1927. Unhappy Rubber. 111-fortune appears to dog the restriction scheme with unwearying energy, for the new assessment rules are apparently creating a considerable amount ol dissatisfaction amongst thc planting community generally, and one at least ot* the local associations has shown its disapproval m

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Mr. H«. Kong Kee. who had been t > Singapore for a change for the benefit of his health, has returned Kuala Pilah. Thc London correspondent of the Malay Mail says that Dr. K. A. O. Travers has quite recovered from his recent severe accident. Mr. W. K. Hall, of

LOCAL WIRES. [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL WIRES. What The Hottle Co*** AIRMEN'S HI(;H S P|R| Ts (From Our Own Cor. a N„V a Japanese oU-aagined ftshii Kaiko Maru, picked up a I, off Langkawi, sixty 1 enang, contammg a messa* w ki •'This bottle was taW Squad. on Leader Munday a, Foster m the Middle

NEW ASSESSMENT RULES OPPOSED. [ARTICLE]

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NEW ASSESSMENT RULES OPPOSED. (PrOH Our Own l( Ipoh, m A special meeting of th. I Tlanters' .Variation itron*l De* restriction rufel ar,! tk» -Planter. A meeting :a« Malacca m n. himly dieaoeiate itoelf fit tion of the new rulei on industry had noi been eoi -Ited. A resolution waa

A TIN TIP. [ARTICLE]

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A TIN TIP. Prom hir < hra I orn Pensag, The Piaang Gaietu authentic source that sn I financier ha*- placed the local market for R and Bangrins.

TAX ON VACANT LAND. [ARTICLE]

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TAX ON VACANT LAND. From hir Own Coin P« saag \<>\ The Municipal Comn eided tO levy an SSft vacant land, the sanu I proper! j

BLAZING TONGKONG IN PENANG HARBOUR. [ARTICLE]

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BLAZING TONGKONG IN PENANG HARBOUR. Prom Our Own < orr* l'» mag. \m An explosion occurr* il i n loaded with drums >>•' benzint m P harbour. The crew cut the t -t»__ and it floated towards the mass which constituted t the shipping m tlu- harbotn 1 rtui the

COMMODITY MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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COMMODITY MARKET. LATEST TIN AND Xl MO PRICES. From Our Own loir* London. 1 p.m.. Nov. Messrs. Lewis. LazaniaS and Sm notify to-day's tin price £264' 1 16—1261 11 16. Messrs. Symington snd S notify to-day's rubber pri lis. 7d.

CHEZ VICTOR RAIDED. [ARTICLE]

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CHEZ VICTOR RAIDED. Maura ami m.ps m ihk rmmna London. See. One of the W**i EndV iw I nitfht club',, flu/ Wtor, nised hy members of th- Roys! f*» wmt raided early this morning detectives dressed m foultles clothes. They motored up and Mil courteously allowing thc dano Meanwhile they

KING OF SPAIN RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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KING OF SPAIN RUBBER. Madrid. N< IJ On the eve of bi Princess Anne's wedding X covered thai his pen foreign decorations sen The Police later sn of the King's personal where the man had ragantly. j

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I Mr. Lachlan Cam) passed h.s final examms the Glasgow Univer*-t5 r Mr Pun., son Of AT. v Locomotive Innpec eldest son is oU«-

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To-day's Fratuo i THE NEW* /v piCTVKh*

AIRMAN'S TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE. [ARTICLE]

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AIRMAN'S TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE. aA l UK-POCKET. LnDASH lOK LAND IN "'VltllTl Kl> TI.ANE. IP Service.] v I ramisco. No\. 23. rlaiased another ed by Capt. Ciles, s perience of an. I air-pocket. The d wa and charts. dumped m the llted the 'plane, the direction and land, after which his

COTTON SPINNERS' REQUEST. [ARTICLE]

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COTTON SPINNERS' REQUEST. London. No\. 23. the Yorkshire Mociatioa Board uf Trade la state of the lading regulations, declare thai ir* v arns Bi itish yarns. be supported irkshire deeinaze ment.

MEXICAN POLITICS. [ARTICLE]

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MEXICAN POLITICS. i itj Nov. assad a j tt m. At a***-*! >-!-ege.r Obi i indidate m tlu

NATIONALIST PROPAGANDA IN SHANGHAI. [ARTICLE]

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NATIONALIST PROPAGANDA IN SHANGHAI. Sen ici i Shaimhai. *\o\. 2.',. 1 at train- 1 •l include f antiimphlets, the telegr ma by 'kinase j i graph

THE "REDS" AGAIN. [ARTICLE]

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THE "REDS" AGAIN. I 111! IU (>| l> <, \MK. 8* ice. 1 Skaagaai Mmr. 2.1. of neven agita i'r ir* onal < Curt wh< iati.m and mrr the Chinese miration from the > v making an th* Soviet eon rhai wa*- paying thi For earl ntrike they set ir.

SINGAPORE BASE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE BASE. iSKEII KHi BBCOND .erai Cri srbour works at lo that the tir^t I tli- new naval Ihe initial phase If na operations, for nearly four I di conditions, enormous floating -la. row it has moorings To fast I too yards wide. ,000, and will 0,000 torn au- to

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WUkinsoa Rubber 1 ""Pur, was m lpo«

ACTION AGAINST VICK & CO. [ARTICLE]

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ACTION AGAINST VICK CO. Sequel To Seizure Of Goods. $Moo~cTaimed. Messrs. V. K. Vick and Co. of Singapore figured as defendants m an action heard 0| Mr. Justice Deane m the .Supreme Court yestetday, m which Boow Eng Tin, a Chineae planter and landowner, sued' for $0,000 for wrongful seizure

POLICE FOIL GANG ROBBERS. [ARTICLE]

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POLICE FOIL GANG ROBBERS. ARREST IN Bl "KIT TIMAH KOAD. The Sequel to a successful scheme employed by the Police to frustrate a raid on a house m Bukit Timah Road by a gang of armed robbers was heard m the Second Police Court yesterday when two Chinese were committed

"I AM DESPISED AND A SLAVE." [ARTICLE]

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"I AM DESPISED AND A SLAVE." Mr. S. Saklatvala, M.V.. at Soviet Conference. London, Nov. 12. Moscow.-- Mr, S. Saklatvala, M.P., is SBtong the international representatives attending the Soviet World Congress. ia a speech, he condemned the hypocrisy it the capitalist Parliamentary system. 1 -fter which he made the following

OUR LONDON LETTER. [ARTICLE]

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OUR LONDON LETTER. The New Agency. AN OPENING DATE FIXED. (From Our Own Correspondent). London, Oct. 27. It i.s expected that the Malayan agencj will move into its new premises at th< week snd Kovetueer 11-13, On the IBtr I of November there v. id ti a house warming Lunch

ECHO OF SOLOMONS MASSACRE. [ARTICLE]

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ECHO OF SOLOMONS MASSACRE. RING-LEADER CAUGHT. FURTHER SEARCH. [Reuter's Service.] i Tulagi, Solomon Islands, Nov. 23. A native ring-leader named Basiana was r captured by stratagem by unarmed native I volunteers six miles from Sinaran-g© and lodged m gaol. > Basiana. who had been deserted by his fellow clansmen, was

BRITISH AND THE HANKOW CONCESSION. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH AND THE HANKOW CONCESSION. [Reuter's Service.] London, Nov. 23. In the House of Commons Mr. Looker suggested that steps should be taken to establish effective Municipal administration m the late British Concession at Hankow,! In trust, for all interests concerned, until conditions permitted of full effect being given the

JAPANESE NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE NEWS. RUBBER BOOM m japan. (By courtesy of the Nanyo NuhiNichi Shimbunsha.i Tokio. November 22. Rubber f.a.q. spot was quoted to-day at *>."> sen which was the highest for the past few months.

NAN KING SENDS A DELEGATION TO JAPAN. [ARTICLE]

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NAN KING SENDS A DELEGATION TO JAPAN. lt is reported that the Nanking Govern ment will shortly send three delegates to Japan to get an understanding from Japan concerning the lecognition of the influence of the Nanking Government over .South China.

PRAYER HOOK REVISION. [ARTICLE]

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PRAYER HOOK REVISION. Application for Writ of Prohibition Fails. London, Nov. 12. The King's Bench has refused to grant i writ prohibiting the Church Assembly from proceeding further with the new Prayer Rook, on the ground that the hurch Assembly is not a judicial body and therefore the Court i*»

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BLUE FUNNEL LINE REGULAR PASSENGER CARGO SERVICES EXPRESS SERVICE MARSEILLES, LONDON N. CONTINENT FORTNIGHTLY. WEEKLY' SERVICE LONDON AND N. CONTINENT. Twice Monthly Service Liverpool and Glasgow. (Via Genoa and Havre.) Dua Spore. WEEKLY SERVICE— LONDON AND N. CONTINENT. TEIP.ESIAS London, Rotterdam and Hamburg In Port t SARPEDON Marseilles, London, Rotterdam

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Ellerman Bucknall Steamship Co., Ltd. (Incorporated m England). "ELLEBMAN" LINE PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICES TO UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENT VIA PORTS AND SUEZ CANAL. FREiGHT SERVICE. OUTWARDS. TO HONG KONG, SHANGHAI AND JAPAN. Due Spore. s s. CITY OF PEKIN Dec. 17 1928. s.s. CITY OF GLASGOW Jan. 15 HOMEWARDS.

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P. O British India and Apcar Lines (Incorporated m England). MAIL, PaASSENGER AND CARGO SERVICES. A PENINSUL.AR AND ORIENTAL SJi co UNDER CONTRACT WITH HIS MAJESTYS GOVRKmi. LONDON AND FAR EAST MAIL SERVi. k OUTWARDS FROM LONDON FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. Due Tonnage. Singapore. Tonn.,- MOREA 11,000 Dec. 2 MALWA

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Director of the Board, ia going to •at vM-ek. proceeding Bharu. I* It. ''-ud. Visitor of the fehoob, and the Rev. Novitiate. Penang, Malacca. will bt undertaken by the Rev. Sogen Yama- i kami. Dean of Komazawa University esta- blished by the Sodo Sect. j i Indian Defence League. With

A MALAYAN RUBBER INDUSTRY. [ARTICLE]

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A MALAYAN RUBBER INDUSTRY. The Wilkinson ProceSaS. IMPORTANCE OF THE INVENTION. In the course of his address to Federal, H.E. the High Commissioner, says: In August last I visited the works m tht neighbourhood of Kuala Lumpur, m which the Wilkinson Rubher Process i.s being used for the manufacture of

MATTERS INDIAN. [ARTICLE]

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MATTERS INDIAN. AN INDIAN HOME. (By Our Indian Correspondent). It is gratifying to hear that the suggestion first made m these columns by Urn writer for the establishment m Singapor. t a home for the Indian labourers rriouliti to those m Penang and Port Swettenham has had the careful and

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J TEXACO I LUBRICATING PRODUCTS. Manufactured by The Texas Co., U.S.A. J CLEAR CLEAN GOLDEN TEXACO MOTOR OILS. jjj Highest Quality. ai* Lowest Carbon. I TEXACO THUBAN COMPOUND jl < For transmissions and differentials. 'Z GENERAL LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES. J There is a Texaco lubricant for every purpose 5

SHIPPING NOTES. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NOTES. H. M. X- Somersetshire is expected to arrive on Sunday. From Saigon the G.G. Roume landed 900 pigs yesterday. The Haiyang brought 403 deck passengers from Swatow and Hong Kong yesterday. The Van der does de Bye had a cargo of tin ore on board when she arrived

N.D.L. ELBERFELD STRANDED [ARTICLE]

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N.D.L. ELBERFELD STRANDED A cablegram from Shanghai to the local agents of the N.D.L. states that the Klberfeld is badly stranded near Gibraltar, and will probably be a total loss. She was on her outward voyage.

SHIP'S OFFICER DROWNED. [ARTICLE]

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SHIP'S OFFICER DROWNED. BRAVE AND GALLANT ACT. An inquest was opened at Shanghai by Coi oner LT. Morris, on the body of Ernest Wallam, an officer of the Blue Funnel Line Sarpedon. According to the evidence heard, it appears that the deceased, t6gether with thiee friends, went to a friend's

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Burns Philp Line (Incorporated m Australia). FOR BRISBANE, SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE via JAVA, DARWIN AND THURSDAY ISLAND. Regular monthly sailings by the well-known steamer MARELLA (7,375 tons) and the new motor vessel MALABAR (4,512 tons). The s.s. MARELLA is the largest and finest steamer trading to Australia. Cabins de Luxe,

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Kerr Steamship Co. lnc 44, BEAVER STREET. NEW YORK M (Incorporated m U.S.A.) GENERAL AGENTS. REGULAR FREIGHT SERVICE To BOSTON, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA vm BALTIMORE D (via Suez) M.S. SILVERHAZEL due Dec. IS M.S. SILVERASH due Jan < PACIFIC JAVA CALCUTTA SERVICP SINGAPORE TO SAN FRANCISCO \\h LOS ANGELES HARBOUR

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MAIL DESPATCHES. BY TRAIN. Kuala Pahang, Pekan, Sungei Lembin and Kuantan (via Gemas and Jerantut) every Monday, Tuesday Thursday and Friday 6 a.m. Bangkok every Thursday 6 a.m.. Kota Tinggi, Seremban, Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Taiping, Penang and Kedaii and lower Siam 6 a.m. Kelantan every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday 6

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Mata Hari. Brit., 510, from Penang 23, for Penang 27. Malabar. Brit., 2,665, from Meibourne 23, for Australian 28. CLEARANCES. Nov. 23. Bintan, Rengat, Loudon, Noorebar. Singaradja, Alting, D. Van Twist. Moena, Ban Ho Guan, Van Hogendorp, Van Swoll, Emile. (Dut); Rahman, Mena, C. of Eastbourne. Giang aSeng, Machaon, Calchas,

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O. S. K. Line. j fc ..tin.«ti''n*.. Steamers. Arrive. Leave. ins, Hamburg:, Bremen, i.iho. Aden and Said AAc?n '-c? Maru Dec. 18 Dc?c. 10 I ape Town Buenos Aires. t Santos Maru Dec. 8 Dec. 9 tr. Dar-es-Salaam, y and Durban. t Canada Maru Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Bombay. Indo

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TR_W_L«COrfFOIDr XMMIAR mSjh "MHEttDBfT I LINERS 1 Dcllar President liners offer you luxurious travel comforts. All ■tate-rooms are outside rooms, well-ventilatea and cooled by electric fans. They are furnished with beds (not berths), each having on electric reading lamp. State-rooms with private bath predominate, all have hot and cold running

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K. P. M PAKETVMRT MAATSCHAPPIJ. (ROYAL PACKET NAVIGATION CO., OF BATAVIA). TMnpn (Incorporated m Holland.) UNDER CONTRACT WITH THE NETHERLANDS INDIAN GOVERNMENT. Telephone No. 3640, with sub-connections to:-Passage, Freight, Transhipment, Marine Departments and Manager's desk. Representatives m the Straits .Settlements (Singapore and Penang). of the OFFICIAL TOURIST BUREAU OF JAVA

EARLY DAYS IN MALAYA. [ARTICLE]

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EARLY DAYS IN MALAYA. Pioneers m Kuala Lumpur. AN INTREPID LADY. Mr. 1). D. Daly contributes the following reminiscences of life m the early days m Kuala Lumpur as experienced by his mother, the late Mrs/ Dominic Daly, who died m London on Oct. 28, to the Malay Maji. Mr.

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Wakefield Castrol is being: used by Mr. Francis Birth's on his overland journey from En^lard to Australia, by Mr. Pierre Devillieis on his round the world trip from Toronto, and by Flying Officer L. S. [Potter on his contemplated flight from England to Australia on a Blackburn Bluebird. Mr. Birtles

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v/ >* _-_^l_^ vi^^-e^'Vf^ *-***>- SMOOTH, FLEXIBLE SUPERPOWER SMOOTHNESS, flexibility and efflciencv „v outstanding features of Buick engine' Der-jAn-mance. The Buick valve-in-head engine is the climax oi li^~-m> fh twenty years* development, [ta smoothness of ope[oHffJiL ration is achieved by its scientifically balance! /a»JTI l >__Y crankshaft, on which counterweights

MACPHAIL'S SHARE LIST. [ARTICLE]

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MACPH AIL'S SHARE LIST. The special Empire mining number of The Mining Journal, which has just reached us will be acceptable to all \4jo take more than a passing interest m the Empire's tin resources, for it contains a comprehensive r*eview of the tin producing areas under British control, and

TRADE AND COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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TRADE AND COMMERCE. RO.SE MACPH AIL COS REPORT Singapore, Nov. 23. Rubber.- London, Is C>* 2 d. ftd up Local t)l% cts. '1 in.— London, i 204. 15s up. Local $183*% tor 250 tons. Mining. -Steady. Kintas !.;,o 1.35, Pen awat SS 91 cts., Rantau Pref. ISo I <»•/ Rantau

FRASER'S WEEKLY REPORT. [ARTICLE]

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FRASER'S WEEKLY REPORT. Singapore. Nov. 22. The last week has seen a decided harden ing m the p. ice of both Tin and Rubher Tin ha.** been consistently firm throughout the period and has every appearance of v luither advance. Sterling share* have come m foe some good enquiry and

RUBBER AND TIN RETURNS. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER AND TIN RETURNS. Tate. son, Simons and Co., Penaag, Agenta. Heniietta, 47.r*00, to date 470,720; Sungei Mataag, -.0.."*-00. to date 213,238; Laras (Sumatra), 4l).«*or>, to date .',32.24:5; Ram pah "•"ocoanut, 116.000 nuts, to date 1,992,000; Benar (Selangor). 13.:-.00. to d>te 20 r >,500; Kuala Pergao, 29,000, to date 254,

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Messrs. Barlow and Co., Agents, inform us that The Sunpei Way (Selanpor) Rub- ber Co., Ltd. is payinp an interim dividend of 4 per cent, less income tax at the rate of 4s. m the pound m respect of the current year, payable on the 9th of November.

EXCHANGE. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE. November 99. Bank 4 m.s. 2|3 31-38 Bank demand 2,3 23-3" Private credits I m.s. 2j4**i Ne v York, demand Sfi l^ Ciedita i'o days 57* 2 France, demand 1420 India, T. T. 153V<_ Hong Konjr, demantl 10 >•> p.c. Dis. Yokohama, demand 121 Norn. Java, demand l.'.S***. Bangkok,

PRODUCE. [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE. November 28. Tin 250 Tons -I '.r.o Gambier 93^ Popper White 98 Pepper Pluck 8H Flake Tapioca hi 4 Pearl Sugo Small 8 Copra n.2."> Copra Srsradvied UjM Opium, Beatres unt. 4,000 Rice Liang Hin Chan Mark Red Eagle (New) 330 Rice, Siam old No. 1. 330 Rice. Rangoon

FRASER'S SHARE LIST. [ARTICLE]

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FRASER'S SHARE LIST. Yesterday's Alterations. Buyers Sellers Bangrin Tin <*.> 38a 39a Chin Chin ($1) 1.15 1.20 Kastcin Siani 23s 24> Uaad Yai < t'l 2:»> 80s Hilain Tin (*1 > 85 90 Itii is ii'> o^s (U»s Kinta Tin <$M I.SO 1.40 Klanp River (*l) :}.70 3.80 c.»i Kuchai

TRADE AND COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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TRADE AND COMMERCE. YESTERDAYS lU' lllicit AUCTION. The Singapore Chamber ot Commerce Rubber Association held its moth, auction yesterday, when there were catalogued 1490,040 lis.: M 6.29 tona. Offered 1,000,792 lbs.; 475. 80 tons. Sold 839,291 11, 5 :«:74.0s tons. Spot. London New York M t ls> PUCBB RSAUZSO. Kibhed

MACPHAIL AND CO. LTD'S WEEKLY REPORT. [ARTICLE]

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MACPHAIL AND CO. LTD'S WEEKLY REPORT. Singapore, Nov. 22. A welcome advance ol Id. m the price Of rubber and a gradual increase m that of tin have- had tne effect of restoring a eet lain amount of confidence m our markets. The tin outlook for the time being is

C. OF C. RUBBER ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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C. OF C. RUBBER ASSOCIATION. November 23rd„ 12 o'clock noon. 'R.S.S. equal to Standard Q.C.F. Spot 91*4 91% Standard R.S.S. Spot 91% 91% on Tender Dec. ft* IB)*. Jan Mar M-< Off. Apr Jsae Tl** 71 i Tone of Market: Firr-i. I Lat<'st Cable: London Spot Sheet lX'^d per IU

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wm mm m m^***mam*mmMmmmm^mmmM BANKING. MERCANTILE HANI. O.INDIA, LTD. 'Incorporated m England). Capital £3,000,000 Subscribed 1,800,000 Paid-up 1,050,000 Reserve Fund and Rest to £1,545.666. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. J. M. Ryrie, Esq., Chairman, .ir David Yule, Bart. P. R. Chalmers, Esq. Charles J. Hambro, Esq. J. O. Robinson, Esq. W. H.

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I ROYAL _CHANGE ASSURANd incorporated m England by Royal Charter A.D. 1720) FIRE MOTOR CAR MARINE Fidelity Guarantee— Administration Bonds I Singapore Representatives.— Messrs. BARLOW CO., Messrs. HARRISONS, BARKER CO., LTD. CHARTERED BANK CHAMBERS (Ist floor). A. GORDON LEE, Resident Manager.

SPECIAL SPORTS CABLES. [ARTICLE]

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SPECIAL SPORTS CABLES. Wembley For The Dogs. DWINDLING LURE OF FOOTBALL. (From Our Own Correspondent). London, Nov. 23. Dog racing is being commenced at Wembley, the opening night being December 10th. The racing will continue throughout the winter on Thursdays and Saturdays, with the exception of the Christmas weekend.

PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL. [ARTICLE]

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PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL. (From Our Own Correspondent). London. Nov. 23. There are reports from various parts of the country concerning the dwindling support given to professional football clubs. Durham has issued an S.O.S.

DERBY WINNER SOLD. [ARTICLE]

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DERBY WINNER SOLD. (From Our Own Correspondent). London, Nov. 23. Captain Cuttle, the I>erby winner of 1922, ha- been sold m Italy for stud purposes.

THE CLASSIC BOAT-RACE. [ARTICLE]

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THE CLASSIC BOAT-RACE. (From Our Own Correspondent;. London. Nov. 23. The annual boat-race between Oxford and Cambridge will piobably take place on a Wednesday at the end of March next year as Saturdays are found to be unsuitable.

POPULARITY OF NATIONAL HUNT RACING. [ARTICLE]

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POPULARITY OF NATIONAL HUNT RACING. (From Our Own Correspondent.) London. Nov. 23. H.M. the King is having his hor?e St. Sylvestre trained for National Hunt racing which this year is becoming increasingly popular.

INTERNATIONAL TENNIS. [ARTICLE]

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INTERNATIONAL TENNIS. (From Our Own Correspondent). London. Nov. 23. Germany is demanding to be allowed to stage an international tennis tournament under the same conditions as France. America and Great Britain.

ENGLAND'S BEST TENNIS PLAYERS. [ARTICLE]

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ENGLAND'S BEST TENNIS PLAYERS. (From Our Own Correspondent). London. Nov. 23. Mr. Hamilton Price. Secretary of the Lawn Tennis Referees Association, has published an annual m which he ranks the eleven best English players m the following order: Higgs, Gregory. Austin, CroleRees. Kingsley. Lester. Turnbull, Lycett. Sharpe. Hughes and Powell.

PENANG TURF CLUB PROGRAMME [ARTICLE]

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PENANG TURF CLUB PROGRAMME The draft pre.gramme of the Penang Turf Club January meeting to be held on January Tth. 10th., 12th.. 14th. and 17 has been issued and comes up for confirmation on December 2nd. It provides eight races for the griffins as griffins and eligibility for two open

AUTOCRAT WINS LIVERPOOL CUP. [ARTICLE]

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AUTOCRAT WINS LIVERPOOL CUP. London. Nov. 11. The Liverpool Cup resulted as follows: AUTOCRAT 1 MOHAWK 2 SILVER LARK 3 Eleven ran. Two lengths separated first and second, and the same distance second and third. The betting was: 20 to 1 against Autocrat. 100 to If against Mohawk. 6 to

INDIAN ARMY POLO TEAM IN AMERICA. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN ARMY POLO TEAM IN AMERICA. No Question of Inferiority. Bombay, Nov. 4. The Maharajah of Rajpipla, speaking of the performance of the Indian Army Polo team m America, declared that there was no question of inferiority of the Indian ponies or players. It was very difficult for any team

BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION. For Week End'ng Sunday, Nov. 26th. Thursday, Band Practice, Headquarters, f>.ls p.m. Signalling Cla«s, Headquarters, 5.15 p.m. B. PL'RDY, District Commissioner.

INTER-PORT CRICKET. [ARTICLE]

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INTER-PORT CRICKET. A Sad Day For Malaya. PROSPECT OF INNINGS DEFEAT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Hong Kong. Nov. 23. Oh! what a fall was there, my countrymen. Thus may be summarised the first day's play m the inter- port match between Shanghai and Malaya here, with the Malaya team as

JACK GREGORY, BATSMAN. [ARTICLE]

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JACK GREGORY, BATSMAN. Though Jack Gregory, the Australian Test match cricketer, has gained fame as a orilliant all-rounder, it appears as if our batsmen will not be worried by his bowling m future, for Gregory has been suffering from a leg which prevents him getting up pace m his trundling

WILL SUTCLIFFE ACCEPT? [ARTICLE]

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WILL SUTCLIFFE ACCEPT? London, Nov. 11. The Evening News says that it is widely doubted m Yorkshire whether Sutcliffe will at present accept the captaincy as the team is likely to undergo drastic changes m 1928. Dolphin and Waddington may be Iropped.

SPOTTING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SPOTTING NEWS. MALAYA CUP RUGBY. (From Our Ovrn- Correspondent). Ipoh, Nov. 23. The Perak rugger team is travelling at full strength for its first encounter with Penang and there are no changes from the I team that beat Negri Sembilan.

RUGBY. [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY. The following will represent the S.C.C m the match against United Services on Saturday:— R. B. Gotch; E. S. Housley, O. W. Gilmour, W. B. Wigg, G. Donald; W. R. King, J. D. B. Moffatt; C. G. Windle, A Chalmers, ,I\ W. Mortlock, C. C. W. W T illson

SQUASH RACKETS IN SIAM. [ARTICLE]

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SQUASH RACKETS IN SIAM. (From Our Own Correspondent). Bangkok. Nov. 23. The squash rackets singles championship of Siam and the King's Prize was won by Craig, who defeated the Siamese champion H.M. the King was present and presented the trophy.

CHINESE SWIMMING CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE SWIMMING CLUB. On Sunday the following races will be swum off at the Chinese Swimming Club -.♦onrmeneing at 10.30 a.m. 100 yards Club >pen championship, obstacle race, umbrella rata and water-polo league match. Tiffin will be served at 1 p.m.. the annual general meeting held at 2.30 p.m. and

CHINESE VOLUNTEER RIFFLE CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE VOLUNTEER RIFFLE CLUB. A spoon shoot will be held at Farrer Range on Sunday. Members will please note that Buses will leave Drill Hail al \JSA p.nt. sharp.

KATONG GOLF CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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KATONG GOLF CLUB. The November Monthly Medal will be played for on Saturday and Sunday under Bogey conditions.

HOCKEY. [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY. On the Padang yesterday an S.C.C. 'B team drew with St. Joseph's Old Boys 3 B after a well-contested ganle.

CHINESE AS BOXERS. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE AS BOXERS. 1 don't know why boxing and fencing are generally lccognised as twin aits, but we ceitainly do not seem to lark boxers amongst us. In London, we find Mr. Crichlow Chan v lightweight champion captaining the King's College Boxing Team. In Cambridge we find Mr. Oeitiongham— a

DOG RACING SEASON ENDS. [ARTICLE]

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DOG RACING SEASON ENDS. STIRRING S<ENES AT WHITE CITY. London, Oct. 24. Eighty thousand people saw greyhounracing end its first London season a* *h? White City on Saturday night, and London, m common with some provincial centre*-. said good-bye until next apring <*o the dogs and the elusive electric hare.

NUDE GYMNASTICS. [ARTICLE]

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NUDE GYMNASTICS. Dean Inge's Support. London, Oct. 30. Dean Inge has approved the publication of a -German physical instructor's book advocating gymnastic exercises m the nude m the sunshine. The t ßean admits that the author is a fanatic, but says the work should do good. The Council of Public

THE ENGLISH CUP. [ARTICLE]

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THE ENGLISH CUP. First Round On Saturday. THE DRAW. London, Nov. 14. The following is the Football Association Cup draw for the first round proper, which will be played on Saturday, Nov. 26th. Durham City vs. Wrexham. Bradford City vs. Workington. Rhyl Athletic vs. Wigan Borough. Darlington vs. Chesterfield. Shirebrook

FOOTBALL COMPETITION No. 14. [ARTICLE]

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FOOTBALL COMPETITION No. 14. Have you entered for this week's Football Competition? If not, you have only one day Jeft, for entries close at ten o'clock to-morrow morning. The coupons appear on Wednesday and Saturday.

FOOTBALL. [ARTICLE]

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FOOTBALL. S.C.C. vs. BENDEMEER TO-DAY. The following teams have been selected to repiesent the Bendemeer Athletic Club and the S.C.C. m a charity match at the Stadium this at'teinton m aid of thtC.E.Z.M.S. Funds. The kick-oft* will be at 4.4."» p.m. antl Seigt. Bennett will referee. Sir Hayes Marriott (the

L.L.T.C. TOURNAMENT. [ARTICLE]

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L.L.T.C. TOURNAMENT. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Open Mixed Doubles. Rev. W. H. M. Aitken and Mrs. C. J. Smith beat Mr. and Mrs. Parmele, 6 2. 6—2. Handicap Men's Doubles. C. V. Miles and Coleman beat Muller and Challen, 6—3, 6—3. j Duff and Cassels beat Osborne and Nolli jl 6—o, 6—4.

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When a person is asked if he or she had read "Oliver Twist," thc reply was, "No but I have seen the film." Mr. M. Marston

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ghjhkjktrghngjhkj.,hbjkmhguiryhcvnckw,mdfmvni Programme of Drill Up to and For November 27th. Friday,— s.ls p.m., Malay Drill Hall, Ma lay Company. Saturday, 2 p.m., Bukit Timah Range "C" (Scottish) Company. Sunday, 8 a.m., Bukit Timah, S.R.A (v), Farrer Range, "C" (Scottish) Coy. 2 p.m., Farrer Range, Chinese Company