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The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 5 June 1934

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The Singapore Free Press AND DAILY NEWS. NO. 14,?82 ESTD. 1835. TTESDAY. JUXE 5. 1934 10 CENTS.

Derby Runner Drawn By Singapore Ticket Holder [ARTICLE]

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De rby Runner Drawn By Singapore Ticket Holder HORSEY RISE MAY BRING I £30,000 FORTUNE I O sT. MICHAEL'S RD. RESIDENT f M,. KaphaeFs Hornsey Rise (a 100 to according: to yesterday's betting) .in* the Derb} at Epsom to-morrow it will bring fortune to "Victory", care of Mr. William Ryan,

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picture. H.M. the Queen inspecting one of the planes at the R.A.F. aerodrome at Bircham Newton. Norfolk, which she visited with the King on Em pire Day. Air mail

ANGLO-PERSIAN OIL [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-PERSIAN OIL oth Parties Satisfied With Last Agreement I ondon. May 30. ncourage foreign r rights to be i which these declared Mirza Persian Minister to g tin Roval Soi aCc an Anglo-Persian a great in*'r more equitable year to the rties. This un- by the company I industry in

CODOS AND ROSSI [ARTICLE]

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CODOS AND ROSSI **h Fliers (;jven 25.000 francs Award Paris. Mav 31. t 1933 ol the ts amounting to irr,/Vr v ..warded to the fc" who flew from r in the week in recognition L stop long-distance m New York to Aiiiiust.-"*^^™ Reuter

Bolivia Submits El Chaco Dispute To The League [ARTICLE]

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Bolivia Submits El Chaco Dispute To The League Geneva, May 31. OOLIVIA to-day notified the League Council that it was i submitting the Bolivia-Paraguay dispute In accordance with Article 15! ol the Covenant with view to settling the present hostilities.— Renter Wireless. Geneva, May 31. There is little alteration in

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Geneva, May 30. The League Council has decided to send telegrams to about ten Governments which have not yet replied to the arms embargo proposal in respect of the Paraguay-Bolivia hostilities. Germany up to now has not replied. Reuter Wireless. Geneva. May 30. Paraguay has withdrawn her threat to abandon

Wyatt To Captain England In First Test [ARTICLE]

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Wyatt To Captain England In First Test London, June 4. R. E. S. Wyatt has been invited to captain England in the first Test match at Nottingham on Friday. Reuter

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Sew York, June 4. The drought has broken in the Rockies, where light rains have fallen and more are expected. Meanwhile, churches In the drought area to-day were crammed with people praying for i rain. Minnesota. North Dakota and Wisconsin are calling out the National Guard to enforce the embargo

"IRRESPONSIBLE JOURNALIST" [ARTICLE]

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"IRRESPONSIBLE JOURNALIST" WHY DAILY EXPRESS CORRESPONDENT MUST LEAVE GERMANY Berlin, May 31. MR. Pembroke Stevens. the Berlin correspondent of the London Daily Express, has been re-arrested. Reuter Wireless. Mr. Pembroke Stevens was arrested on an expulsion order with which he must comply within 24 hours. It is stated that he

Signals To Heave To Were Ignored [ARTICLE]

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Signals To Heave To Were Ignored WHY SOVIET FIRED ON MANCHUKUO SHIPS Harbin. May 30. IN addition to the two easels Of firing by Russian troops on Manchukuo steamers reported a lew clays ago. two more are reported to-day when steamers proceeding to and from Taheiho were fusilladed from the

Heavy Flow Of Munitions Material From U.S. To Japan [ARTICLE]

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Heavy Flow Of Munitions Material From U.S. To Japan 32 SHIPLOADS IN TWO MONTHS Panama, June 4. JN the past two months 32 vessels from United States ports have negotiated the canal to Japan carrying scrap-iron, steel, lead and other munition materials, and American-manufactured anti-air-craft guns packed liked motorcars and

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London, June 1. Wing-Commander A. H. Measures who has served in Egypt. South Africa and India, has been appointed Superintendent of Railway Air Services. Reuter Wirelesss

Soviet Reply to Protest [ARTICLE]

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Soviet Reply to Protest Moscow, June 4. Replying to the Manchukuo protest with regard to the alleged firing by Soviet guards on the Manchurian steamer Dichen on the Amur on May 12, when one sailor was killed and another wounded, the Soviet insists that the casualties were not caused by

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Trieste, May 31. Proiesscr Musizza Rutar. who was charged with anti-Fascism and creating trouble between the Slovene and Italian r>]ergy. was sentenced to five years con- finement Reuter Wireless

M. BARTHOU TO VISIT LONDON [ARTICLE]

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M. BARTHOU TO VISIT LONDON "VERY PLEASANT MEETING" WITH BRITISH: FOREIGN MINISTER Geneva, June 1. M. Barthou announces that, fol- lowing a "very pleasant" i meeting with Sir John Simon! to-day, he hopes to visit London lane that Sir John Simon Will; I afterwards journey to Paris. Sir J>hn was

Serious Labour Problem For Mr. Roosevelt [ARTICLE]

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Serious Labour Problem For Mr. Roosevelt STRIKE OF 300,000 WORKERS IN METAL INDUSTRIES IMMINENT New York, June 4. T HE most menacing difficulty that has hitherto arisen under ".the National Recovery Act faces Mr. Roosevelt on iiis return to .Washington to-day. Three hundred thousand iron, steel ■and tin workers threaten

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS i England's Team For i First Test London, June 4. The following fourteen players have I been invited to play lor England in the first Test at Nottingham on Friday R. E. S. Wyatt (Warwick). Nawab of Pataudi (Worcester) C. F. Walters (Worcester). K. Fames (Essex). Suteliffe (Yorks).

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TEA the freshness nd fragrance of the N!f j a yan gardens jirect toyouf home. CB to-night SPECIAL DINNER CONCERT P8. 15 to 9.15 pm DANCE (formal) 945 p.m. to midnight. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6th RETURN engagement of the popular artists HUGO JOSEPHINE kaffles celebrated orchestra *S^^ I'ilONE 5381.

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On Other Pages Detachments from the warships of five powers will participate in the funeral of Admiral Togo to-day— Pace 9 righting is in progress between the Tiretan forces and Sikant—Page 2 The King's birthday celebrations o» Singapore included a parade on the Fading and a garden party at Government

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There is no better Tea than BIGIA TEA GROWN IN MALAYA CHRYSLER RIDING EASE ADELPHI HOTEL TO-NIGHT CONCERT DI'RING DINNER SPECIAL DINNER DANCE NEW GRILL ROOM NOW OPEN DINNER AM) DANCE Ml SIC BY RALF KELLERMANN'S FAMOUS BAND THE ROTARY CLUB OF SINGAPORE MEETS TO-MORROW AT 1 P.M. AT THE

LAWN TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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LAWN TENNIS Last Matches In French Championships Paris, June 3. In the final of the women's doubles oi the French lawn tennis championships Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan (U.S.* and Madame Mathieu, (France > retained the title, beating Miss Helen Jacobs and Miss Sarah Palfrey »U.S. > 3—6, 6—4, 6—2. In the

THE LITTLE ENTENTE [ARTICLE]

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THE LITTLE ENTENTE Negotiations With Russia Geneva, June 4. The report that the Little Entente and Russia will exchange instruments of mutual recognition to-morrow is denied. The spokesman ot the Little Entente said although negotiations with Russia were well advanced there were ."till somo points outstanding between Russia and Rumania

ONLY ONE REICH [ARTICLE]

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ONLY ONE REICH Bavarian Legation In Rome Abolished Berlin. May 30. The Bavarian Legation to the Holy See has been abolished in consequence of the Reich reform law which has transferred sovereign rights from the State of Bavaria as of other states to the Reich. The German Ambassador to the

Tibet Resumes Attack On Sikang

Proposals For Settlement Of Long Standing Dispute [ARTICLE]

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Proposals For Settlement Of Long Standing Dispute Shanghai, June 4. T*HE Tibetan forces are reported to have resumed aUacking the Chinese positions along the Sikang bjrder, and General Liu Wen-hui, Commander of the Szechuan iroops in the territory, has rushed heavy reinforcements to Paiyu on the East bank of the

MANCHURIA FIGHTING [ARTICLE]

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MANCHURIA FIGHTING Attempts To Dispossess Chinese Peasants Shanghai. June 4. Heavy fighting between Manchukuo troops and the Chinese peasants In East Kirin. particularly In the Ilan district, who have been told to give up their agricultural lands in favour of the Koreans and Japanese who have just arrived from Korea,

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Demurrage has been admitted by the French Court in general average but is still debarred under the YorkAntwerp rules.

EMPIRE DAIRY PRODUCTS [ARTICLE]

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EMPIRE DAIRY PRODUCTS British Imports Not To Be Reduced London, May 31. There is no suggestion that we desire to modify the Ottawa agreements in any way whatsoever, emphatically dedeclared Major Elliott, the Minister for Agriculture, in the House of Commons to-day when speaking on a resolution under which a

TRIPLE DEATH SENTENCE [ARTICLE]

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TRIPLE DEATH SENTENCE Third Accused Reprieved In Croydon Case London, May 3ff. Leslie Martin, who was sentenced to death for the murder of a woman at Croydon whose house he entered with two other men for the purposes of robbery, has been reprieved. The three men appealed. The appeals of

GERMAN LOANS [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN LOANS Moratorium Expected Soon Berlin, June 1. An early proclamation of a moratorium on the Dawes and Young Loans is expected from inspired newspaper statements that interest cannot be produced from non-existent gold and foreign currency reserves Reuter Wireless

TURKEY IN THE FASHION [ARTICLE]

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TURKEY IN THE FASHION Increased Military Expenditure Istanbul, May 31. Of the thirty million sterling in the new budget, one-third is devoted to military account, officially ascribed to the troubled state of Europe and Turkey's need of security. Reuter Wireless

FOREIGN OIL [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN OIL German Ban On Imports Berlin. May 30. The Government has temporarily prohibited the purchase abroad of oilfruits and oilseeds, which presumably includes linseed oil. ground nuts and soya bean. Reuter Wireless

JUMPED FROM WINDOW [ARTICLE]

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JUMPED FROM WINDOW Gambler's Foolish Attempt To Avoid Arrest Shortly after 11 p.m. on Sunday night the Police raided house No. 181. Tanglin Road, where a number of Hylams were gambling. During the raid one of the Hylams jumped from a window and sustained severe injuries and was immediately removed

Garbo's New Role Matches Her Personality [ARTICLE]

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Garbo's New Role Matches Her Personality The role that Greta Garbo portrays in her new Metro-Gold wyn -Mayer starring picture, 'Queen Christina." which opens at the Capitol Theatre to-night is similar in many respects to her own glamorous personality. Garbo had the story of "Queen Christina" in mind for several

111 REDS ON TRIAL [ARTICLE]

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111 REDS ON TRIAL Armed Resistance To Nazis In Prussia Breslau May 31. A monster trial of 111 Silesian communists opened today on a charge of high treason in organising armed resistance to Nazism at the beginning of the Nazi regime. If convicted they are liable to be beheaded. Reuter

George Arliss Says His Wife Deserves Large Share Of Credit For His Success [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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George Arliss Says His Wife Deserves Large Share Of Credit For His Success Like so many other men who have achieved fame in their chosen professions. George Arliss gives his wife credit for his success as a stage and screen star. In his own book. "Up the Years Prom Bloomsbury."

GRANT ANDERSON CO. [ARTICLE]

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GRANT ANDERSON CO. "The Man In Possession" At The Theatre After the bright evening's entertainment they gave us with "While Parents Sleep." it was only to be expected that the Grant Anderson Repertory Co. would do equally well in "The man in possession" and they did. The audience at the

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Diary Of The Week TUESDAY, sth. High Wat'T 3.46 a.m.. 8.3 ft.; 520 p.m. 7.6 ft. Football: Pint Division. Malays vs. SHC, Jalan Besar; Second Division. Wiltshires vs. Police. Anson Road; Third Division (A), Harbour Board vs. Harlequins. S.H.B Govt. League (Div. 2): Audit-Treasury vs Monopolies, J.C.S.A.; Friendly, S.CC. vs.

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tfltOADCAST PROGRAMME STATION "Z.H.I."— SINGAPORE (Owned and operated by Radio Service Co. of Malaya Ltd., Broadcast House, No. 2 Orchard Road, Singa|pore.) Wednesday 6 p.m. Recorded Music. 6.30 p.m. Relay of Dance Music by Raffles Hotel Dance Orchestra under the direction of Dan Hopkins. 6.45 p.m. News Bulletin kindly supplied

NARROW ESCAPE FROM INJURY [ARTICLE]

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NARROW ESCAPE FROM INJURY uiTl INEFFECTIVE BRAKES Rjkisha Smashed At six>ndent.) l lipint, May 31. kg in a riekisha m serioua Ina hired car. mro them at the junction and Kou Road aas badly and the injuries. sequel in the when four Insi Kwek a car He his oar care

SAMSU IN INNER TUBES [ARTICLE]

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SAMSU IN INNER TUBES swn Pints Wrapped Round IVaist spondent i liping, May SI. being taken from en convictsion of illeg il the magistrate to t his wife and Looked after while The magistrate re 'his he would be Is a married man have thought >: he committed oce. Be,

EURASIAN ACQUITTED [ARTICLE]

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EURASIAN ACQUITTED CbrgeOf Dishonest Retention Of Rubber respondent.* I aiping, June 1. hearing. F. A. sian, was acof dishonestly rei ibber belonging ate at Pondok 'merly employed sented by Mr. I C. Chan.

CAR ACCIDENT [ARTICLE]

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CAR ACCIDENT Court Interpreter Seriously Hurt motor-car along lay. M- Sunder Indian interpreter ts, met with an acained serious moved to the ho is expected i fortnight

FRENCH "RAFFLES" [ARTICLE]

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FRENCH "RAFFLES" "Extraordinary Alan" (Jets Ten Years o T Paris, M i\ 13. Serge fir Lenz. the French "Rallies" must aad ten more to the 13 years he lias already served in gaol. Half of yesterday's sitting of the Court which tried him at Rouen was occupied by a stubborn

BETRAYED A TRUST [ARTICLE]

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BETRAYED A TRUST Royal Artillery Sergeant Sent To Prison Hong: Kong. May 1J). "If your actions had merely led to the loss o! official money I may have been inclined to fine you. You. however, have betrayed the infinite trust two poorly educated Indians placed in you and their officers.

MONOPOLIES IN HARBIN [ARTICLE]

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MONOPOLIES IN HARBIN A 1 tempts To Corner Various Businesses Harbin. The craze for monopolies here continues unabated. It is now reported that an attempt is being made to form a company for controlling the purchase price of cattle. At the same time, another "brain trust" is trying to engineer

TREASURY BILLS [ARTICLE]

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TREASURY BILLS London, June 1. The total amount applied for in tenders for £40.000.000 Treasury Bills to-day was £73.700.000. The amount allotted in Bills at three months was £37,726.000. the average -ate per cent. 17s. 2.57d. as compared with 17s. 3.45d. last week. British Radio

Two Thousand Troops In King's Birthday Parade [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Two Thousand Troops In King's Birthday Parade SINGAPORE SEES IMPRESSIVE PADANG CEREMONIAL. ONE ol the largest crowds of years was attracted to the padang in the early morning sunshine of yesterday to witness th« annual the K- rPVieW f tr PS in hCn Ur f the Birthda y of His

ANGLO-DUTCH TRADE [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-DUTCH TRADE Negotiations For Agreement This Month London, May 28. In the House of Commons the President of the Board of Trade, Mr. Runciman. said that it was hoped that negotiations for a trading agreement between Britain and Holland would be scrre time next month.— British Radio

S.M.R. TO SPEED UP [ARTICLE]

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S.M.R. TO SPEED UP Super-Express Trains On Main Line Dairen. Starting on Oct. 1, the South Manchuria Railway Company will plic-super-express trains on its main lin^ to cover the distance between Dairen and Changchun in 8 to 9 hours against the fastest present time of 10 f 2 hours. Trains

FALSE MARKING [ARTICLE]

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FALSE MARKING Conference Fails To Reach Agreement London, June 1. The London conference of the International Union lor the Protection ol Industrial Property which commenced en May 1 under the presidency of Sir Frederick Leith Ross will terminate its labours to-morrow when revised texts of a genera] convention and oi

TRADE WITH FRANCE [ARTICLE]

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TRADE WITH FRANCE Adequate Progress in Negotiations London, June 1. Col. Colville. Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade, is the principal British delegate in conversations which are proceeding in London between the British and French departmental experts to prepare the way for negotiating a new commercial agreement. These preliminary

SOVIET IRRIGATION [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET IRRIGATION Considerable Extension Under Second Five-Year Plan Moscow. Cver a milliard roubles were invested under the First Fiv<>-Year Plan for the Irrigation of dry lands and areas freoumtiy visited by droughts. The irrigated area was extended to 5.700,000 bectaret and particularly extensive v/ork wa<> performed in Central Asia. Under

EXHUMATION AT MALACCA [ARTICLE]

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EXHUMATION AT MALACCA SEQUEL TO DEATH OP HOKKIEN Police Suspicious Of Foul Play (From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca. June 3. Mystery surrounds the death whie 1 j took place on May 29 ol a 22-year-old jHokkicn of Sungei Rambel. near Jasin. Suspicion that the death was due ro poisoning >v

ANTI-MODERNISTS [ARTICLE]

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ANTI-MODERNISTS Nitric Acid Thrown At Chinese Woman Hankow, May Itt. The so-called anti-modern group which has recently been very active in Shanghai. Peiping and Tientsin, has started a "war" against those women wearing modern dresses. Nitric acid was thrown at a well-dressed Chinese woman at a cinema performance today but

BRITISH TELEPHONES [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH TELEPHONES Reduction In Rental Charges London, June 1. The Postmaster-General. Sir Kingsley Wcjd. i* expected next week to announce In the House of Commons a reduction in the telephone rental charges. This has largely been made possible by the great increase in the laso year or two in the

RAW COTTON EXPORTS [ARTICLE]

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RAW COTTON EXPORTS London, May 30. Exports ol raw cotton from India to Lancashire 1 lor the six months endtd March 31 last were 203,543 bales compared with 99.903 for the previous corresponding period. British Radio

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Socialist Snobbery [ARTICLE]

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Socialist Snobbery BY A FREE PRESS CORRESPONDENT LATELY IN MOSCOW A DICTATORSHIP of die Proletariat, simple persons assume, should be proletarian m its habits. T^hus the munificent entertainment l provided by the new Soviet Embassy m Washington has occasioned a certain amount of surprise there. As a matter of fact,

Horned Monsters Of The Past [ARTICLE]

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Horned Monsters Of The Past THEIR APPEARANCE AND jMUJDhj (jF LjIFIL The horned dinosaurs had the largest skulls of all land animals. The biggest known fossil skull of a horned dinosaur is only a little smaller than the skulls of the largest I whales of the present time. Professor R.

Britain On The Screen [ARTICLE]

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Britain On The Screen JOAN LITTLEFIELD BY HOLLYWOOD is not to have the monopoly of Dickens pictures, and one of the most important films on the Gaumont British autumn schedule is to be a talkie version of "The Pickwick Papers." This will need careful handling as about eighty characters will

WORKED ONLY ONE WEEK IN TWO. [ARTICLE]

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WORKED ONLY ONE WEEK IN TWO. Sciatica Kept Hi* u u It is the ™>\ lormatlon ah She writes husband bai week in two. suffered so ■emreelj dm many thin^ >, we decided trial. For tastend h.,--dose ol Kri he has n sciatica, ai <Mn.i m Doctor, civilised h\ const

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Almost wit! tume dedfned ScS has gloves Ol ti goes for sequin, seems to b, no doubt uji ot these smartly V

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King And Queen Spend Empire Day With The Air Force [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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King And Queen Spend Empire Day With The Air Force picture. picture. 11,.- :,ir «>">"» E~Pire Day. vWtta, „,e RA.K aerodrome at Bhvham N,,,ton. This was the ih> «im, the Ktal had v.Mted 1 h. ».u. Thru Majesties dr.-ve „ver hroM Sandrinsham v.ith Lord Londonderry, the Air Secretary, and mule

This is the Month [ARTICLE]

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This is the Month JUNE The month of roses, wedding bells, brides, the month of promise and of high hopes for the future. June is also the month of gifts second only to December and Christmas. The gift problem is always easier when you consult the I advertisements in this

BROADENING THE BASIS OF MALAYAN AGRICULTURE [ARTICLE]

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BROADENING THE BASIS OF MALAYAN AGRICULTURE A Look Round The M.A.H.A. Exhibition RAISING THE QUALITY OF PEASANT PRODUCE Kuala Lumpur, June 3. THE largest and most comprehensive display of the industrial products on which the prosperity of Malaya depends is placed before the peninsula in the exhibition which has now

CHINESE FINED $40 [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE FINED $40 False Declaration On Imported Goods (From Our Own Correspondent.* Seremban. May 31. "I find that he had committed an offence, and that he has altered certain figures in the declaration and. at the same time, the government rights have been defrauded." The Seremban Magistrate Mr. T. P.

JAPAN AND N.I. TRADE [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN AND N.I. TRADE DBLEGATK u Discussions To Two Months The Japanese aUvu Ambassador N n *>afce .1 for two montl I relations bet .*> -j| and Japan. ah^ands Ambassador H arrival that tl i ti U *<J >l Netherlands >■ antiquity. \v li. 01 closed the co f Jafcl

FRIENDLY BANDS [ARTICLE]

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FRIENDLY BANDS Packed Hal! At \nni\ir^r\ Meetinrs The aixteenUi and sary meetings or tiu v Girls' Friendly Ban-1-Y.M.C.A. Hall, v.h programme con and a comic sket Mr. J. McNeish I those present were ray. M.A. iPatroi: Kon*bleDi Han Hoe and Mrs Lim. Mr Seow Siew Jin. Mr. and Mm C

"FEED THE BRUTE" [ARTICLE]

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"FEED THE BRUTE" Coolie's Wife Should Realise Sagacity Of Saying (From Our Own Correspondent) Malacca, June 1. After scolding his wife for not getting his meals ready when he returned from work. An j ayah, a Tamil coolie employed at Devon Estate, is alleged to have picked up a log

GOODYEAR FACTORY [ARTICLE]

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GOODYEAR FACTORY Changed From Batavia To Buitenzorg (From Our Own Correspondents Medan, May 27. The Bataviaasch Nieuwsblad states it is likely that the factory, which Messrs. Goodyear were intending to construct at Batavii for the production of tyres and other rubber articles, will now be ouilt at Buitenzorg. It is

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The fo lowing are the arrivals from anc of departures tj tne Madras Pre sidency during May Arrivals (Statc-aHed> 'figures supplied by travelling inspectors) 25 adults 11 minors ar.l 5 infants: arriv aJs (others) (firures supplied by travelling ir specters) 3.899 adults 3i. minors, and I<M infants: departure(figures supplied by

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EXPORT CREDITS [ARTICLE]

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EXPORT CREDITS Guarantee Scheme Extended For Six Years London, May 30. Parliament has agreed to extend the life of the export credits' guarantee department until 1940. The scheme up to now has been remarkably successful and has covered exports of £50.000,000. It has recently been increasingly enterprising and has facilitated

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES IN MEMORIAM. [ARTICLE]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES IN MEMORIAM. In memory of my loved and devoted husband George Thompson (Tanjong j Pagan, who died June sth. 1923. —Eleanor.

The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1934 Co-ordination Of Transport [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1934 Co-ordination Of Transport TT is not to be expected that the legislation which is to be Intro* iduced In the Federal Council shortily to effect the recommendations of; 'the Government Committee for the i co-ordination and control of transport will be received

As I was Saying [ARTICLE]

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As I was Saying Mui-Tsais In Malaya Pageantry Of Ths 3 l nc Szwepstakes World r L,argcst Library Illustrious Doe* THE Anti-Slavery and Aborigines I Protection Society is still worrying itself over the position of mui-tsais in Malaya. It does not seem at all satisfied that the registration system is

FROM DAY TO DAY [ARTICLE]

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FROM DAY TO DAY Mr. D. M. Whyte. of Leonardo Estate. Tanjong Malim. has left for home on seven months' furlough. Major H. G. Keat has been appointed Supervisor of Export Duties In charge of Malacca Collection Station. The Imperial Service medal haa been awarded to Mr. J. A. R.

Chinese Entertainments [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Entertainments »my features whicl others, s British Ifo] Qovernmem certainly pc of its own About the i and clan., (eristics pra< written m Ei has been Uicll philosophy and Very Little h social life ol of the world writer prop. Chinese enter The ordlnar i dinner parti restaurant honour

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DRAKE AND HIS MEN'. THOSE HEROES OF OLD LEFT PLYMOUTH TO PLUNDER THE SPANIARDS' GOLD IN GALLEONS THE SPIRIT OF ENGLAND SET SAIL IT WAS GLORY TO DIE *ND DISGRACE TO TORN TAIL THE SPIRIT OF ENGLAND LEAVES PLYMOUTH TO-DAY IN GALLONS NOT GALLEONS THOUGH WE CAN SAY THAT THE

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AFTER TRAVELLING ALL NIGHT to play in a match an eminent golfer had no. time to shave. Golfers who shave in a hurry are apt to slice. The GAFLAC PERSONAL ACCIDENT POLICY covers all forms of sport. GENERAL ACCIDENT, FIRE LIFE ASSURANCE CORPORATION, LTD. Hongkong Bank Chambers. Telephone 6480.

MASTER-MIND DIRECTING NARCOTICS TRAFFIC [ARTICLE]

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MASTER-MIND DIRECTING NARCOTICS TRAFFIC Big Cocaine Seizure In Rangoon LEAGUE PRAYER FOR SPECIAL LEGISLATION Geneva, June 4. "A mastermind" behind the narcotics tramc usually directing operations from a country remote from where the traffic is taking place is specially mentioned in the convention adopted by the League advisory committee at

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«m i. r F l ede k nrev<ll 'C-ta-C Chin.) (left), photographed with Admiral To Sl dwlng a recent visit to Japan. Admiral Urcver who arrived in Tokyo Bay on HM s. Suffolk yesterday. Wtil represent the British Navy ut Admiral lojo's hinenl to-toy

THE FUTURE OF THE SAAR [ARTICLE]

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THE FUTURE OF THE SAAR r, v AND GERMANY AGREE n an ish Polke May Control Geneva, June 1. Germany have Saar seltt lenient. or a plebiscite on 1935, when the rty of all lnhabintitled r o vote or not ateed. It stipulates Saar Government discrimination or im;ainst any inhabitants

WAR DEBTS [ARTICLE]

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WAR DEBTS I \rv: Moi e To Come From Briton London. June 1. Ice no initiative qui iti< n until Presiirns to Washington however, will hapReuter Wireless.

ANCIENT GREECE [ARTICLE]

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ANCIENT GREECE to House Its Treasures \thens. May 31. has decided to pro-. foi centralising the in a temple. lily approved by .:--i^ss

Rs. 32,000 HAUL [ARTICLE]

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Rs. 32,000 HAUL Chance Flash Of Torch Mistaken For A Signal Luck played a prominent part in a seizure of cocaine by Rangoon Customs officers during the early hours of one morning last week. In all. two kerosene tins, containing about 400 ounces of the drug, and worth, it is

4-OUNCE HAILSTONES [ARTICLE]

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4-OUNCE HAILSTONES Immense Damage In Terrific French Storms Paris June S. Immense damage was caused in many parts OX France during the week-end by a storm of lightning hail and torrential rain. Two men on whom was Mayor of Lamelouze near Nimes, were killed by lightning and a woman was

AUSTRALIAN AIR RACE [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN AIR RACE Smithy To Pilot 226 m.p.h. Plane Melbourne. May 30. Reuter Wireless Melbourne June Of the 42 entries for the England- handicap race.— Reuter Wireless

Powers' Warships In Tokyo Bay [ARTICLE]

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Powers' Warships In Tokyo Bay Final Respects To Admiral Togo Tokio, June 4. WITH warships representing Britain. America. France. Italy and China anchored in Tokio r Bay for the purpose of partici- pating in to-morrow's state funeral <= elaborate preparations for paying final respec.s to Japan's great national hero are

DANGER PASSED [ARTICLE]

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DANGER PASSED Improved Prospects Of Peace In Arabia Cairo, May 31. Th* danger of a renewal of war j between Ibn Saud and the Imam ot Yemen is believed to have passed. There j is great rejoicing among the Saudi in Arabia following the sudden change of attitude of the

DR. A. T. STANTON [ARTICLE]

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DR. A. T. STANTON K.C.M.G. For Former Malayan Medical Officer London, June 4. The Birthday Honours include Dr. A T Stanton. who receives the KCm'g Dr. Stanton. who is a well known authority on tropical diseases, has been Chief Medical Adviser to the Colonial Office since 1926, prior to j

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Reykjavik, June 3. Considerable damage was caused by an earthquake yesterday though there were no casualties. Roads were torn up and telephone poles thrown down Stoves in some houses burst and set fire to buildings. Timber houses in the village of Dalvik were wrecked. The terrified villagers rushed into the

THE FIRST STEP TO REVOLUTION

"Dishonest Government Propaganda" [ARTICLE]

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"Dishonest Government Propaganda" FREE STATE SENATE ABOLITION Dublin. May 30. fHE Senate mel to-day to de- cide whether it preferred ;uicide to execution. The Bill before it relates to ibolition and has already been passed by the Lower House. The Senate is certain to 'reject It, out this will merely

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Dublin, June i. The Senate to-night rejected the bill tor its abolition by 33 votes to 15. J The Opposition throughout vehemently attacked the measure. Mr. Connolly. Minister of Lands, complained of the Senate's destructive treatment of the Government's legislation. He declared that the Irish people accepted the Anglo-Irish Treaty

COMMODITY MARKET [ARTICLE]

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COMMODITY MARKET Latest Rubber And Tin Prices And Sterling Rates From Our Own Correspondent) RUBBER London, June 4. Spot Sellers) 6»/ 4 d. <6 3 3 d.) (Buyers) 6*/^. <6 l 4 d.) July-September 6 5 16d. <6 7 16d.) October-December 6 7 16d. (I 916 d.) January-March 6 9

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THE SEASON'S OUTSTANDING "OMNIBUS" THE TALES j D. H. LAWRENCE contatag the whole of firtion from The rublished in 1914. to Died, posthumou>lv The siories are ■iionologii al sequence. Price $5.00 Kelly &~WS,, Ltd., ED IN HONG KONG.) 'LACE. SINGAPORE. $1.00 i of Maize and Tartare Sauce lemon Matignon Beans

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3j «jH HP^^ ;I^^bijnA w JfW 9 ds^V^M mT After weaning WEETMEET! That put him on four sturdy legs and uot him growing. It ;ilso developed hLs liking for biscuit. At six months he wns introduced to the best staple fare in the world- -Sprat t's DOG CAKES— and physique

TRADE AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE

NO RETURN TO DAYS OF LARGE PROFITS [ARTICLE]

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NO RETURN TO DAYS OF LARGE PROFITS How Restriction Will Affect Rubber Estates The second ordinary general meetin 3l Selangor River Rubber Estate, Ltc was held on Apr. 30 at the offices < the company, 481-484, Salisbury Hous EC. Mr. Chas. Wreford Brown presic ed. The representative of the secretary

CHEAPER MONEY [ARTICLE]

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CHEAPER MONEY Paris, May 31. In accordance with expectations and I the policy of cheaper money which is necessary to the French Treasury the £rt?,L? f discount rate was i reduced to 2* 2 per cent, from 3 per < cent.

MARKET PRICE LIST [ARTICLE]

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MARKET PRICE LIST Singapore, Juno 1. MEAT Beef steak (Round) Kati 31 Beef stew or curry do 25 Pork, lean do 40 Pork, lean and fat (Ist quality) do 32 Mutton, Australian lb. 35 :Wi k^u 32 Hens (locally reared) do 36 Ducks (Java) Each 40 Pigeons, domestic unfledged Pair

Singapore Produce Prices [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Produce Prices I June 4, 12 o'clock noon Buyers Sellei Gambler 4.50 Java Cube Hamburg Cube 7.50 Muntok White Pepper 35.50 White Pepper 34.50 Black Pepper 16.00 Copra, mixed 2.90 Copra, Sundried 2.45 Small flake Tapioca 4.60 Small Pearl Tapioca 6.00 Llngga Sago Flour Fair Sago Flour Palembang Jelotong

German Loans Slump Heavily [ARTICLE]

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German Loans Slump Heavily Moratorium Fears London. May 30. On the Stock Exchange to-day, both the Dawes and Young loans were first marked up five points on the German debt agreement, but prices subsequently reacted three points to 74 and 53 respectively. Gilt-edged securities rallied slightly, and interest was sustained

FOR U.S. INVESTORS [ARTICLE]

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FOR U.S. INVESTORS $800,000,000 Bond And Note Issue Washington, June 4. The Government is asking home Investors for $800,000,000 in the Treasury financing operation which may reach a maximum of $1,320,000,000. Two security issues are being offered; first $300,000,000 12 to 14 years 3 per cent, bonds; second: $500,000,000 five-year

COMPANY RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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COMPANY RESULTS (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, June 1. Sungei Krian.— Profit for 1933, £2 842 dividend. 2V 2 per cent, tax free- forward, £27,393.

THE DUNLOP RUBBER CO. IN 1933 [ARTICLE]

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THE DUNLOP RUBBER CO. IN 1933 Sir Eric Geddes* Views (h, London, May 17. At the thirty-fifth ordinary genera meeting of the Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd.. at the Whitehall Rooms, White hall Place, S.W., the Rt. Hon. Si: Eric Geddes, G.C.8., G.8.E., K.C.B (chairman of the company) presiding in moving

Statistics Office Library Notice [ARTICLE]

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Statistics Office Library Notice •:<ms were issued or tmcnt of Statistics. s.S. period May 19 to Mav and are available for rence Library, Fuller Application may be the public resident in attona for reference: Department Stoc fc>, Exports of Rubber its, April (S.I). Ex.mci Settlements of 10). Foreign Trade of

PROTECTORATES [ARTICLE]

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PROTECTORATES Gat Hertzog Wants Them Transferred London. May 30. Secretary. Mr. House of Commons, said ivod a personal letter; log submitting cerasking that the ques- r to the Union of' arious native Protecthe Union might be rertner considered. added, in reply to a I m, that no communicreceived from the

CARNIVAL SPIRIT [ARTICLE]

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CARNIVAL SPIRIT How New York Welcomed Bluejackets i New York, J une I. 1 The city was seized with a carnival spirit yesterday evening when the tU T, ed out to welcome ,40.000 hilarious bluejackets who Darti .jcipated in the great naval reviewTeM by President Roosevelt inJh 1 qU t

NEW INDIA LOAN [ARTICLE]

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NEW INDIA LOAN Subscriptions Received From June 5 London, May 31. It is announced that subscriptions for the issue of the Government of India rupee 3» 2 per cent, loan 1947-50 will be received from June 5 next. Subscriptions may be in the form of cash, in addition Ito Indian

STUDY OF MAN [ARTICLE]

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STUDY OF MAN International Congress in London London, May 30. Scientists from all parts of the world will visit London at the end of July for the international congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. This will be the first meeting of the Congress formed last year to promote study In

MAY TIN OUTPUTS [ARTICLE]

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MAY TIN OUTPUTS Renong Consolidated Tin Dredging Co.. Ltd.. hours run 41.2; cubic yards 102.000; estimated cost $13,000; cost per cubic yard 12 3 4 cts.; pikuls 719 Rawang Tin Fields. Ltd.. hours 610--cubic yards 250.000; approx. working costs $17,500; approx. .realization $115,000; piculs 1.596.00. Kuala Kampar Tin Fields. Ltd..

MALAYA RUBBER STATISTICS [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA RUBBER STATISTICS Acreage, stocks, production, imports, and exports of rubber, including latex, concentrated latex and revertex. for the month of April. 1934 in drv tons Production Production Acreage Planted Stocks at By Estates By Estates of IMPORTS EXPORTS qtnrk* a t r* With Rubber Beginning of of 100 acres

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CREDIT-FONCIER D'EXTREME-ORIENT Societe Annoyme (Incorporated in Bel£Sm-l907) HEAD OFFICE: BRUSSELS BRANCHES MORTGAGE BANK swaAj-ara-SB: agents. Agents for Union of P aris nsur Co. Ltd H. SARTON, Manager.

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Assets exceed tnn^^^ Assurance in force over $35,00»,W0 The Great Eastern Life Assurance Co., Ltd. 'Incorporated in the Straits Settlements). CO W m SgV mSnsii& wllh BrMsh 11K ATTRACTIVE PLANS OP ASSURANCE. AGENTS WANTED On Application to P. C. B. Newington. Inspector of Agencies, Singapore, expert advice wiU be given

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THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE I BANK, LTD. (Established in 1886) Capital Subscribed (Fully paid up) Y. 100.000.00C Reserve Fund y. 122.750.00C President K. Kodama, Esq. Vice-President T. Okubo, Esq. Head Office Yokohama Singapore Branches MEYEffc CHAMBERS, RAFFLES PLACE. LONDON BANKERS Westminster Bank, Ltd. The National Provincial Bank, Ltd. Lloyd's Bank, Ltd.

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MERCANTILE BANK OF INDIA LTD. (Incorporated in England; Capital 3.000.000 Subscribed 1,800,000 I Paid-up 1,050.000 Reserve Fund and Rest 1.246 730 BOARD OF DIRECTORS J. M. Ryrie Esq., Chairman P. R. Chalmers, Esq., Charles J. Hambro, Esq W. H. Shelford. Esq., Sir Thomas Catto, Bart Sir C. C. Barrie, K.B.E.

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JAPANESE CAPITAL [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE CAPITAL Available For Manchukuo Dairen. May 15. Count Hayashi. president of the South Manchuria Railway Co., who returned here to-day from Tokio, told press representatives that the importation of foreign capital into Manchukuo was a good idea, but that he doubted its possibility in view of the fact that'

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An increase in sales of timber has been one of the outstanding bright spots in Canadian foreign trade for the past eleven months of the fiscal year. Sawn timber exports were valued at i $18,821,000 which is about twice the j quantity exported for the same period in the previous

LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

NEW SHIPPING POLICY [ARTICLE]

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NEW SHIPPING POLICY DISPLACING TRAMP VESSELS Expected Basis of State Aid Mr. "Runciman's references to the j British shipping industry in his speech iat Cardiff recently have given rise to 'the belief that he would be In a posi- tion to make a statement on Govem- merit policy in the

THIRSTY MANCHURIA [ARTICLE]

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THIRSTY MANCHURIA Enormous Increase In Beer Consumption Dairen. Manchuria's capacity for beer is increasing phenomenally. In the past five years, beer imported into Manchuria increased 546 per cent., from 246.856 dozens m 1928 to 1.350 249 dozens m 1933. The total for 1932 was 629.297. or half the amount for

FISHERY GROUNDS [ARTICLE]

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FISHERY GROUNDS Russo-Japanese Controversy Believed Settled iokio. May 11. The long pending problems between U.S.S.R. and Japan in connection with fishery grounds and the yen-rouble exchange are believed to have been practically settled as in* result of a conterence to-day between Mr. K. Hirota. the Japanese Foreign Minister, and M.

GOLD SMUGGLING [ARTICLE]

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GOLD SMUGGLING $500,000 In Bars Found On Vessel At Shanghai Escorted by three members ol the j Japanese consular police at Shanghai, one Chinese passenger and one Chinese cabin boy employed m the NY K. s.s. Nagasaki Maru were sent back to Japan m the vessel to race charges of

WATER PROBLEM [ARTICLE]

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WATER PROBLEM Special Officer Under Emergency Act London. June 1. The authorities responsible lor water supplies are framing plans tor making use of fresh sources and conserving existing ones m places where there is or may be a shortage. Sir Hilton Young. Minister oi Health. speaking at Swindon said that

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The P. and O. Mantua has left Hon& Kong and is expected to arrive at this port at 3 p.m. on Wednesday. She arill proceed alongside the S.H.B. wharf m arrival.

SINGAPORE HARBOUR [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE HARBOUR Ships alongsjdi rxpec-trd East Wharf <K,,t r ln G Anhuj 22. V Main Wharf rEm Mata Ran 18 B Maru 15: Bird] II; Daidorch Soudan 7. Empir, Dock (Batl Blrmlnfhaiii R.vui Maru 34; Maru 37. Empire Dock ,ln, l( BUverteak 4 West Wharl ,K,,t, llachaon 5 < Section

VESSELS ARRIVED [ARTICLE]

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VESSELS ARRIVED Rahmaa Bi ,4.G. lor M. Tomohon, Dui 4 6. mr Ban K^lantan. E Kuantan 41 Nam Yi D| Batavia 4.€ Akabahr Bangkok a 8 Kepon- Brit Swettenham, 4 jtain. BilYerash, Brii a Calcutta .4.6, for I

NAVAL CONFERENCE [ARTICLE]

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NAVAL CONFERENCE Prince To Explain lap Standpoint Prince Fumin <>: *i.( H- list for the Uhit< d capacity. it is b 1 American lea I point on naval pavt til mi v mak< Accordini to explain that equal righti in i adjustment method ol llmil I ino Reuter

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To (adliti the Canton-Hi Central Politii i iseci the six per cent I I £1.500.000. which arrangement witJ British Bo» I

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Local And Foreign Mail Despatches and Arrivals BY TRAIN Bangkok every Saturday 7 p.m. Thursday 7.30 a.m. Kedah Monday to Friday 7.30 a.m. Saturday 7 p.m. Kuantan (via Jerantut; Monday to Friday 7.30 a.m. Saturday 730 a.m. and 7 p.m. Kelantan (via Gemas) every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and FWday 7.30

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picture. u British finalist, congratulates Law son Little. (left) the on winning the British amateur golf title. Little won by •j „n 13 to play, Wallace not winning one hole.- Air mail

Bright Batting By Young S.R.C. Players

Big Score Against Johore Cricket Club [ARTICLE]

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Big Score Against Johore Cricket Club youthful batsmen put •reditable performance jred 242 for seven wicthr Johore Cricket of 121. The match was Padang yesterday. Jorst and were all out for was top scorer with 38 RC. went In to bat the side held back and jstera out. Le Cain,

BATTY'S 10 FOR 38 [ARTICLE]

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BATTY'S 10 FOR 38 Win By Two Wickets Regiment beat the two wickets at TangHnon Sund the match was the Batty which corned the Wanderers ail ten wickets lor 38 W INDEBEBB sb B 2 •Id b Batty 25 tty 21 itty 9 Stancer b Batty 4 «rg b Battv

R.A.'s SUCCESS [ARTICLE]

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R.A.'s SUCCESS Chinese Defeated By 26 Runs The Royal Artillery beat the Straits Chinese at cricket yesterday on the Chinese ground by 26 runs. Scores R.A.: Waites b Choon Lim 9. Owen b Hoahing 5. Hamilton c Choon Sim b Choon Lim 0. Ross b Choon Leong 23. Tyrell lbw.

SIX FOR 18 [ARTICLE]

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SIX FOR 18 R.A.F. Bowler's Fine Form Against Medicos The Medical College Union cricket sleven were defeated in their flrsc match this season yesterday. They lost by 47 runs to a Royal Air Force team on the College grourci. Scores r i.F.:— PulJan b Velupillay 4. Barker b Ess 3.

Draw For L.T.A. Championships [ARTICLE]

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Draw For L. T.A. Championships The following is the draw for the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association open competitions. Play commences on Monday, June 11. at 4.45 p.m. at the SCC. ground. Mr. D. H. Kleinman «vilJ be the referee. MEN'S OPEN DOUBLES. Chua Choon Leong and Yong Loon Chong vs.

RAIN INTERVENES [ARTICLE]

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RAIN INTERVENES Penang's 92 For Four At Kuala Lumpur (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur. June 4. The annual match between SelangotClub and Penang Cricket Ciub began esterday, but rain intervened when the visitors had scored 92 for four wick ets. L. J Thompson was not out with 46. The

MALACCA CLUB [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA CLUB Match Drawn With North Johore Team (From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca. June 3. Mr J. D. Hawley's North Johore team drew with the Malacca Club on a j D. Hawley's XI:— Davis c Anderson b Cooper 21. B. Low c an* B. Anderson I, Coles c Cessford b

BRITISH CLUBS DO WELL [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH CLUBS DO WELL MILOCARIAN A.C TRIUMPH International Matches At j Games Meeting 'From Our Own Correspondent London, May 23. British clubs fared well m the international club match at the British Games meeting, held at the White City I on Monday. Milocarian A.C. won with a total of 35

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D. A. Gibson, L. D. Walford, W. S. S. Daniel. A. F. Thorne and G. G. Hough, winners of the Club fours race in the Yacht Club regatta on Saturday.

MALACCA NO MATCH FOR NEGRI [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA NO MATCH FOR NEGRI (From Our Own Correspondent.! Malacca, June 3. Negri beat Malacca today by the only goal of the match which was scored 30 seconds after the interval in I the Malaya Cup encounter on the Kubu Padang. Everyone agreed tha; the better team won. Malacca were

WOODS' RECORD [ARTICLE]

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WOODS' RECORD L British Motor Cyclist's Successes In Spain Stanley Woods, the British motorcyclist who last year won the Senior and Junior T.T. races m the Isle of Man. was chaired by an enthusiastic crowd here to-day after he had won two events m the International Grand Prix. Woods carried

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Europeans Win Clarke Cup: Ames And Pataudi In Big Stand

REST BEATEN BY SIX WICKETS [ARTICLE]

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REST BEATEN BY SIX WICKETS Remarkable Batting Collapse AT 2.25 yesterday afternoon the Europeans recorded their third Victor] In the annual Clarke Cup fixture, defeating the Rest by the conclusive margin of six wickets. Play was resumed at 11 o'clock yesterday morning with Ashwortt) bowling to Alvis. The European skipper

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Members of the European XI (Lieut. Bond, R. L. Moir. W. R. M. Haxworth, Rose, J. MacLeod, and C. G. Jenner) going out to field against the Rest yesterday in the Clarke Cup match.

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The Rest XI suing out to field in the game against the Europeans at the S.C.C.

Colombo's Brilliant One & A Half Mile Gallop

Racing [ARTICLE]

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Racing j SELANGOR TURF CLUB Entries For Summer Meeting i Entries for the Selangor Turt Club's summer meeting on June 16 an d 23 are 'as follow Horses, Class 1 (6 fur. and 1 mile and 1 fur.): Nahgoo. Geninderra. Goutte id' Or. Ooray. Biddys Squire. Little jMester. Hard Up.

Strong Foreign Competition In The Derby [ARTICLE]

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Strong Foreign Competition In The Derby 1 Course Hardest Ever Known j London. May 30. WITH the final acceptance for the Derby, interest is growing daily. To-day Colombo bad 1 brilliant mile and a half pallop and outstripped his companions. No Derby favourite ever had better credentials. Trainer Butters has

Derby Trial Sweepstakes [ARTICLE]

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Derby Trial Sweepstakes London, May 26. The Derby Trial Sweepstakes over a mile and a half at Lingfteld to-day resulted as follows: MEDIEVAL KNIGHT 1 TIBERIUS 2 ON TOP 3 Five ran. Won by a short head, one and a half lengths between second and third. Tiberius led until the

Golf [ARTICLE]

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Golf GARRISON CLUB Draw For The Moss Cup The following is the draw lor th< Moss Cup. to bo played at the Garrison Goli Club. First named to approach Their opponents re date and time ol play. 18 holes match play on handicaj < 3 8 difference ol combined handicaps*

ANOTHER CENTURY AGAINST AUSTRALIANS [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER CENTURY AGAINST AUSTRALIANS Undon THE outslam.. to-day's c Wa liant batting i Pataudi and An i |XI against th< the Test trial When ttumpa I Saturday En [wicket. A1 tl they were 4H has bo fa] 103. both beini partnership hai .wicket in hours. Em] rounsts TyWesley »att forLanca«hir(

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