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The Straits Times, 29 September 1925

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The Straits Times s T o. 27,980, SINGAPORE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1925. PRICE 10 CENTS

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j i OFTEN "WniPPED" NEVER BFATEN I ■scotcm> |M 15 f'r^ 1 L 'Ouc^k s wh i 'E* HO^ So/* Afmd THE BORNEO COMPANY UMTTED (Incorporated m England.) SINGAPORE. KUALA LUMPUR, TELUK AN3O.N, IPOH, AI.OR STAR ft PEXANG. B™* SIZES #V \A/C^ IN STOCK. W W Sole Agents WILLIAM JACKS

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LIST OF LATEST GRAMOPHONE RECORDS IN STOCK, FRESH SUPPLIES ARRIVING FORTMGHTLY. DANCE. 10-inch double-sided Plum Label, $1.75 each. B. 2»13 -NOBODY KNOWS WHAT A RED HEAD I H. 2623 MB KI.O' Fox-Trot. MAMMA CAN DO Fox-Trot. \i m' it t I IFF (W'ill'V NO OVE I CVFS WHEN MY Sl-GAit

VIROL, LIMITED. [ARTICLE]

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VIROL, LIMITED. Retard of Twenty-Five Years' Progress. Mr. Bertam S. Straus, J.P. (chairman), speaking at the twenty-fifth annual general meeting of Virol, Ltd., in thu course of his remarks, said As you will have seen in the notice convening the meeting we to-day celebrating our silver jubilee. The history ->f

EX-ENEMIES AND INDIA. [ARTICLE]

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EX-ENEMIES AND INDIA. Withdrawal of General Restriction. In press communiques dated November 22, 1919 and January 22 1920, the Government of India, with the approval of His Majesty's Secretary of State for India, announced their intention of excluding ex-enemy aliens from India for p period of five years aft«T the

SINGAPORE VOLUNTEER CORPS. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE VOLUNTEER CORPS. Prognihme of drills up to and for October 4, 1925. Wednesday, September 80, 5 p.m., Drill ffaW, B.R.E. (v) Signals, Practice, 30 yat\3« rtnge 5 p.m., s.s. Calypso," East Wharf, Competitors, Rifle Meeting. Friday, October 2, 5.15 p.m., Drill Hall JS.R.A. (v). Laying, etc. 5.15 p.m., Drill

SINGAPORE AND SOUTH MALAYA BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE AND SOUTH MALAYA BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION. Orders for week ending October 2, 1925. TUESDAY, 29th. Wireless and Signalling Classes, Headquarters 5.15 p.m. THURSDAY, 1st Bairt rwwtW. ST. Xow^'S rnrtftutkm G p.m.

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Agents Katz Brothers, Limited. DO YOU KNOW The most effective way How to keep customers? How to get more business from them How to get nciv ones? How to rapidly move your stocks? May we submit our method— based on experience, having rendered this service to thousands of businesses throughout

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(jjticura Soap And Ointment Best For Children Teach your children the Cuticura habit that they may have clear akin and good hair through life. The constant use of Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, keeps thesUinandscalpcleanand healthy. Soap, Ointrarat. Talcum !,cld [throughout LM. 31. B»in.t JV. tca*n. K. C. i.

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-4- THE WORLD KNOWN A^T^w LtJDWIG AND LUDWIG lfcs\ Jr JAZZ DRUM OUTFIT. TAW $55 $75 $100 $125 Illustrated list on application. SEASON Co., Ltd. 11l and 113, NORTH BRIDCiE ROAD. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Improved Model PORTABLE Price reduced to $OO PATERSCr SIMONS CO LTD .'The Whrafioivless Tvm-Gjlmder? Douglas TWO-SPEED KICK

ENGLISH SUPERSTITIONS. [ARTICLE]

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ENGLISH SUPERSTITIONS. Quaint Beliefs in the Country i Districts. In these days, when most people the dwellers in towns at any rate are almost too matter of fact and sophisticated, those of us who are spending our holidays in the country will discover with some little surprise that many quaint

TOO MUCH EDUCATION. [ARTICLE]

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TOO MUCH EDUCATION. Rugby Master's Vigorous Criticism. A vigorous attack on the over educa- tion of the modern boy and girl was made by Dr. W. W. Vaughan, head master of Rugby, and a member of the British As- sociation of Head Masters. Much of the world's work requires little

Punishment for Road Hogs. [ARTICLE]

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Punishment for Road Hogs. The padlocking of motor cars of con- victed speeders has been resorted to by the authorities m the State of Ohio, I'.S.A. Recently four men residing: iv a j town near Cincinnati wore taken before the authorities and charged with speed- 1 ing. They were all

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Railway Materials BY LIGHT RAILWAYS, LTD., LONDON These materials are of the finest quality and our services ;t re at the disposal of all Railway users. Stocks comprise RAILS and CROSSINGS TURNTABLES, LOCOMOTIVES TRUCKS, TIP WAGONS, etc. Prices and particulars on request. Sole Agents UNITED ENGINEERS LIMITED (Incorporated in the

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ABOUT A SHANGHAI BABY And Baby** Own Tablets. No matter whether it be in London, Paris, Toronto, New York or Peking, Baby's Own Ti.blt-ts, the Canadian children's remedy, prove a real friend once they are introduced into the home. Here is what Mr. S. W. Chung Ming of the Vue

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SALES DV AUCTION CHEONB KOON SENG ft 00. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE of valuable leasehold and freehold residential properties. At Messrs. Cheong Koon Seng A Co.'s sale-room, No. 30, Chulia Street, on Wednesday, October 7, at 2.30 p.m. Lot L Valuable 99 years' leasehold land and shophouse known as No. 30,

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STEAMER SAILINGS NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD PASSENGER SERVICE. Accommodation available Cabin and later* mediate Class to Genoa and North Contine»Ul Ports. BASIC FARES. Cabin Class Intermediate ClaM £65 To Genoa tit £72 To North Continental port* 141 Dae Singapore) TRIER Not. 28 BAABBRUCKSN Dee. 21 COBLENZ Jan. 18 FULDA Mar. 16 DERFFUNGKR

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STOWtI MOMM P. 0. British India and Apcar Lines (Incorporated la England) MAIL AND PASSENGER AND CARGO SERVICES PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL 8. N. CO. Under Contract with His Majesty's Government. LONDON AND FAR EAST MAIL SERVICE OUTWARDS FROM LONDON HOMEWARDS FOR CHINA AND JATAN FOR MARSEILLES, LONDON AND ANTWERP Tonnage

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ITEAMEU tAJLHIM THE OCEAN STEAM SHIP CO., LIMITED THE CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAV. CO., LTD. (Incorporated in England) The Blue Funnel Line REGULAR SERVICES TO LOMJON, AMSTERDAM, RO1TKRDAM, ANTWERP, HAMBURG AND BREMEN. GENOA. MARSEILLES, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW. MARSEILLES. HAVRE, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW. BOSTON, NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE. Taking etrgo on

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STEftMEB SflllHUS K. P. M.~~ BOYAL PACKKT NAVIGATION CO. OK WTAVU) (Inccri ,.,r»irO in Holland) UNDER CONTRACT WITH THE NETHERLANDS INDIA WOVERNMNT. Telephone No. 1604, with eob-eonnectlnne to Freight, TranabipeMBt, Marine Depts., and Manager'a Dcxk. REPRESENTATIVE for Singapore and Straits Settlement* the OFFICIAL TOURIST UUREAU OF JAVA. All Informutlon, supplying

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Ellerman Bucknall Steamship Co., Ltd. (Incorporated m England) "ELLERMAN" LINE Passenger and Freight Services TO UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENT VIA POUTS AND SUEZ CANAL FREIGHT SERVICES s.s. CITY OF PEKIN MVilk-s, Havre, London, H'burjf and A'wcrp Sept. SO a.s. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Havre, London, H'burg and Antwerp Oct 19 s.s.

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SWma BMLHMM itLUE u« ELLERMAN FUNNEL BUCXNALL LINE Wllb S. CO LTD. (Incorporated m England) JOINT SERVICE to BOSTON NEW YORK and BALTIMORE ria SUEZ or PANAMA. FROM NEW YORK Suamer Due Spore Route For RHESUS Oct. 2 Suez Philiipines nr.d Hongkong, t CITY OF GLASGOW Oct. 15 Suez Philiipines

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STEAMER SAILINBS Burns Philp Line (Incorporated m Australia) For SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, via JAVA, DARWIN THURSDAY ISLAND and BRISBANE Regular monthly sailing by the well known titeamers MAREI.LA (7375 tons) and MONTORO (5,000 ions). The s.s. MARELLA is the largest and finest steamer trading to Australia, Cabins de luxe, single berth

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THE BEN LINE STEAMERS, LTD. (Incorporated m the United Kingdom) FOR HONGKONG, SHANGHAI AND JAPAN BENDOKAM due Oct. 3 T'ENVANNOCH doe Oct. 17 RENLKIH due Nov. 14 BEKAJ due Nov. 28 BENVRACKIE due Dec. 10 NO PASOOfCU ACCOMMODATION. Above dates are only approximate. Calls Mfcnilk. For freight and other particulars,

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ALHAMBRA (TAN CUVM KEE CO.. LTD., Proprietors.) From Friday, September 25, to Wednesday. September .10. PHOTODRAMAS EXTRAORDINARY In the Second Show, commencing ut 9 p.m. A nCIUM OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO THK IXWISH COMMUNITY. It Ih as good as jf not better than, that (irent MaMrMM ut the screen MADAME

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THE HAPPY VALLEY TAMIL DRAMATIC CO. Tuesday, September 29. KOVILAN. MERRY OPERA CO.:— Tuesday, September 29. THE THREE SISTERS. RODEO ANSON ROAD SHOW GROUNDS Starting Monday Night, October 5, at 9.15. Direction HAPPY VALLEY, LTD. HLGO BROS, and BLKROI <iHS, present The Wembley Rodeo Champions m all their glory. Wembley}^

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J$ M-^ROPERLY J^^ OPVLAR Q| xr.: a°*s U L6AL PTT" 1 TT7' iZLIJr^J.^.-ti.jd I Wiring the v^orld A new era m cable manufacture for power lighting and telephony PIRELLI-GENERAL WIRES AND CABLES. V.1.R., LEAD COVERED AND C.T.S. Obtainable from THE GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD. (Incorporated m Kngl»n«I) MAGXZT HOUSE, 3,

DAILY TIME TABLE [ARTICLE]

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DAILY TIME TABLE FIXTURES. Tuesday, September 29 Hl|rh Witter, Ml a.m., 7.E9 p.m. MhUccu i !1 ir.i Tide, 4.5(1 m.m., 5 ft. 3 in. '.4(1 p.m., 6 ft. 7 in. Wednesday, September 30 High Water, I'.S'J a.m., 8.B p.m. Malacca Hi«!i Tide, 6.50 a.m., 6 ft. 4 in. BJO p.m.,

SINGAPORE HARBOUR BOARD [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE HARBOUR BOARD S.ptemi.er M. Ships alongside the Wharves or expected to arrive. KKI'I'E'. HARBOUR. Mala WK.u!" SyWl, Matiara, Kitty l. Crow BritUh Light Oil Wliarf W..r Krishna Coal Wharf Nil I tmM IN DRY DOCK. lanjonc I'ujrir Sfcaan Wr.arf Nil [>ael Knrcntaz Tbl <\ib!c Kcppt! Harbour Kin*'» Dock Rfl

SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE. To-day. Laboean Bilik and Tandjong Balel i Inm! i 3 p.m ■< I .1 Psadjaag, lif tiRkali* and Bagun Si Aim El llli'l iild.i I 3 p.m Oylon. und Weatarn Indm Illonuhilu Mai u i .4 p.m Caleb**, Helm -as, Timor Dilly. South ami Kir.t B'irnro i

MAILS FOR EUROPE. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS FOR EUROPE. Kindj»iu Macedonia Grotum Ethiopia 8 "pore Aug. 20 Auk. -1 Aug. 27 Au K 2» Si-iu. ;t l«ndon Sept. 14 Sopt 17 Sept. II Sept SI Sept. 2ft

FINANCE AND COMMERCE [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE AND COMMERCE EXCHANGE. Singapore, September 29. On London, Bank 4 m/% 1/4 16/81 Demand 2/4 5/32 Private 3m. credits 2/4 On New York, Demand 66% Prints M d/i 68 fc On France, Bank T. T. 1,150 On India, Bank T. T. 154 V* On Hongkong:, Bank d/d CM: P-c.

SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSOCIATION. Pale Crepe Cloning Prices Beyers. Sellers. 5pot and Oct. Spot and Oct. )ct.-D«c. Oct.-Dec. Ri ibbed Smoked Sheet Closing Prices Buyers. -Sellers 1.31 LSI >j 1.27 1.27 >.-. l*n.-March Jan.-March Lint l.H Tone of Market Steacy. Latest London cables quote Spot abeet 3s. Bd.

STOCKS AND SHARES.

MINING. [ARTICLE]

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MINING. Isaac Val. Pd. Bayer* Seller* il £1 Asiim Kutnbi.nK 1 c 1 1 Baton* Padanjj 0.61 O.fifi 1 1 Hitam Tin 1.43 1.50 SI £1 Idris Hydraulics 50/- 01/- xd. 1 1 Johan Tin 0.5G 0.68 10/- 10/- Kr.mponj? r »0/G 51/- cd. ■1 £1 Kamunting Tin 68/6 59/6

GENERAL [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL il £1 B. Am. Tobtcco 5.0.0 5.7.8 .0 10 Central Engines 4.60 6.60 il £1 E. Smeitintr Co. 12.40 12.60 0 10 Fraser N'eave 52.00 52.50 00 100 Hammer Co. 1&S.00 197.00 00 100 K*t7. Bros. def. 150.00 160.00 10 10 Mexican Eagle 16/6 17/6 0 10 Malacca Eleotn.

DEBENTURES. [ARTICLE]

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DEBENTURES. Issue Val. Pd. Buyer* Sellers U. Eng 6 p.c. $1,234,300 510 p.c. pm Spore Electric Tramway. "5 M f.-fi inn slop.cpm cf 1907 51,600,000 96 p.c. dis-par Spore Municipal 44 P.O of 1909 $1,000,000 96 p.c. dis-par Issue Val. Pd. Bu7«ra Sallen S*pore Mnnlrfpal 4 p.e. of tBU o

RUBBER SHARES. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER SHARES. Fraser Lyall Co. Evatt. Allcnby ($1) 2.70 2.80 2.6," 2.7.". Alor Gajah (%l) 1.95 2.05 4.90 2.00 I A. Hitam ($5) 17.50 18.50cd. 17.00 18.00cd. A. Kuning ($1) 0.85 0.90 0.80 0.90 Anvil. Malay ($2) 3.10 .".40 3.20 :!..10 A. .Moiek (SI) tM 2.fiOcd. 2.U) &50 A. Pnnaa

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS Other Classified Advtu., see page 16. WANTS TOR BALB. KTC. WANTED, LEMONi m typewriting Underwood preferable. State (.articular*; and salary required. Underwood, c o Straitt Times. dp) FOR SALE, four-seater Singer motor-car Model 1925. Apply 595, Straits Times, (lp) Christmas Island Villa, next to Beach House, has vacant

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i To-niirht at the To-night Universal's Latest NEW WORLD SHOWS Censor Proof Serial, JALAN HKS.VR. I'rndnced Specially for the East |T n c.v«.crTT.V w UovU Ki PAKS E K »»«A GOOLDASTAIZE-ZARAFATH lllC 11\UN IUAIi THE CITY OPERA 15 Episodes, 30 Reels. will present an Intcr«tinij New Play wHh Albertint-Kinf of

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"Marconiphone" WIRELESS RECEIVING SETS IN STOCK Manufactured by MARCONI'S WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO., LTD. MARCONIPHONE Junior Crystal Receivers. m V. 1. Single Valve Receivers. V. 2. Two Valve Reflex Receivers. A. 2. Two Valve Amplifiers and Loud Speakers. (Ranges of the above Sits given on application). We are m a unique

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BIG SHIPMENTS Just Received of CORRUGATED IRON (ell sizes) BARBED WIRE GALV. WIRE NETTING ACETIC ACID 99 Per Cent. ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS. For quotations, please apply to L Y. SWEE CO., LTD. (Incorporated m V MS 42. PHILLIP STREET, SINGAPORE. Phone 530. FRESH DANISH SMOKED SAUSAGE. At EARLINGTO.VS, 106. North

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT Kanrt in« Kerljitu Station. (By Court rpy of Government Health OBcci For th< 24 k»an> ndinf Mldnlfht oo Septwabtr Iftt. |M Itu iim.i ttmpttml i H9.8F Mm. h« Ic lai ipsretara 78 F. Bturc K2.8F n radl ition 153.6 F 71.5 F 8* F Km irp( bulb 77.9

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH NAH.—On September 28, 1925, at 12 noon, Mrs. Nah Kirn Nian, nee Cheong Keng N'eo. She leaves behind a widower, two sons, two daughters, two sons-in-law and two grandchildren to mourn her loss. Funeral on Friday, October 2, at 10 a.m. to Alexandra Road Cemetery.

The Straits Times TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. AUSTRALIA. [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. AUSTRALIA. In connection with the seamBn's strike tho Federal Government of Australia called upon the Labour Government of New South Wales to carry out the Federal immigration law, and the Labour Government flatly refused. The federal immigration law was passrd at the bidding of

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The petition presented to Mr. Justice I: cane yesterday that the name of the i'ulau Bulang Rubber and Produce Company be restored to the register of companies was granted.

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The Bibby Line have closed an order with the airfield Company for a second motor passenger and cargo vessel similar to that already contracted for, say 10,'Wu tens register, 8,000 H.P.

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Colonel Gidncy on September 10 interviewed Mr. VV. C Bridgemcn with whom he discussed fully the cjuestion of the admission of Anglo-Indians and Domicild Kuropeans into the British Navy. Mr. BriJgeman gave a very sympathetic hearing and promised seriously to consider the matter.

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Tho fasting day of the Buddha Bahwarana expires on October 1. Buddhists are asked to note that there will be a three days' praying at the temple at the 3rd milestone, Serangoon Road, and also at the Kinta IJoad temple. There will be the usual distribution of flowers and holy

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The troopship Derbyshire has arrived at Kingston, Jamaica, from Southampton with the 2nd battalion of the Green Howards, and a battery of artillery aboard. The coal -carriers started work, but subsequently struck for more pay and joined the longshoremen who were already on strike. Thereupon the men of the Ist

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The Daily Graphic says that Colonel Lawrence, of Hedjaz fame, is at present serving as a private m the Tank Corps.

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The rate of issue of Money Orders for India and Ceylon to-day is Rs. 152 $100. The rate of payments of Money Orders from India and Ceylon is Ra. 167=f100.

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The Westminster Gazette's- Constantinople correspondent states that Englishmen m Turkey arc not beinu permitted to proceed to Turkish ports on the Mediterranean conr.ts of Anatolia.

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Ta3so, an Italian employed on the Lun.'ihai Railway, was severely wounded by Chinese soldiers on September 16 m Western Honan v/hile on duty on a train. The Italian Minister has made a protest.

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The appeal of Mr. J. W. Gillman, of Seremban, against his conviction and fine on charges under the Rubber Dealers' Enactment, argued by Mr. Hastings last week, has been dismissed by Mr. Justice Farrcr-Manby.

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Political dissatisfaction showed a notable decrease m the year 1924, according to the report of the Police Administration m the Punjab, but Akali activities continued to keep the spirit of lawlessness alive.

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A Berlin wireless message of September 20 states that the famous African explorer Professor George Scheinfurth was buried according to his last wishes m the Berlin botanical gardens. Many prominent scientists attended the funeral.

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A lecture on The Philippine Islands will be delivered by Mr. J. H. Whitaker on Thursday, at 8.15 p.m. to the members of the Straits Chinese Reading Club (Brrnch of CCA.) m the CCA. Hall, Prinsep Street. All those interested are

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The Bgenda of the Press Conference m India includes discussion on legislation concerning Imperial Press communications, the liberty of the press cf the Empire, newsprint supplies, copyright, and c'cvelopment of Empiie resources, trade and migration.

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The Sunday Times learns that negotiations are on foot between the Persian Government and a big group of American banking and industrial interests for constructing a railway from Teheran to the Persian Gulf. A loan will be advanced m return for mineral rights.

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Thirteen nuns from Pnompenh were due m Bangkok on the 21th inst., to open tha first Carmel Convent there. The new Carrael Convent is a cloister for religious retirement, and is open only to those who are devoting themselves to a life of retreat and prayer.

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Speaking at a banquet given m his honour on the occasion of his retirement from the Viceroy's Council. Sir B. N. Sarma paid an eloquent tribute to the honourable work which officers of the Indian Civil Service have rendered and :>re rendering to the administration of the country."

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A preliminary enquiry has been he'd at Simla as to how the ricksha coolie, m connection with whose death Mr. Marsell-Pleydell, the Controller of the Army Canteen Board, has been charged, came by his injuries. The proceedings have been adjourned pending an application to the High Court for a :ransfer.

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In the third court this morning, before Mr. J. Duckworth, Look Chan Toh, the manager of Look Van Kit Estate, Changi, was fined $200 and costs on the prosecu-ti-.m of the Assistant Controller of Labour (Mr. J. T. N. Handy) for not submitting returns and not keeping registers as required

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Ipoh listened m last week to the Singapore wireless concert. It was a bad night for listening-in as there had been In .v y rain before dinner and again at 10.M0 p.m. Atmospherics were also bad .iiid interfered with the reception. At times the concert was very distinct and the

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A complaint against Mr. Justice Page of the Calcutta High Court on a charge of alleged assault, filea by an Overseer of the Calcutta Corporation, was dismissed on September ID by the Calcutta Police Magistrate. The Magistrate held that, after considering the result of the investigation, the story related by

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A well-known officer of the China Coast is passing through Singapore by the P. and O. Khyber. He is Captain J. P. Somerville, who originally went home on retirement m September. 1920, after over 20 years service on the China Coast. Capt. Somerville, however, returned to the East m October,

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In the Criminal Court at Bangkok, on the 22nd inst., before H.E. Phya Padech Dulabodi, H.E. Phya Sakoraraj and Phra Kaj Prinya, the case came up for hearing m \< hich Nai Nngern Kai Hiran, tl registered proprietor and editor of a weekly newspaper called Sri Sabdaha, was charged with

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. [ARTICLE]

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Somerville were among the round trip passengers by th" Darvel and were the guests of H. K. the Governor and Mrs. Pearson (hiring the time the vessel stayed in Sandakan. The engagement is announced and Itfie martiage will take place on October

Mails Expected. [ARTICLE]

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Mails Expected. From Europe (London mails despatched September 10) by Tara, due at Penalty I a.m. on Friday, the 2nd proximo.

Singapore Philharmonic Orchestra. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Philharmonic Orchestra. The weekly practices of the Singapore Philharmonic Orchestra will be raOflMd on Thursday, m the lower Memorial Hall at 5.15. p.m.

London Rubber Stocks. [ARTICLE]

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London Rubber Stocks. Messrs. Lewis and Peat's cable received from their London office to-day gives 170 tons up, making the total London rubber stocks at September 26, as 5,40:2 tons.

Heroic Villagers. [ARTICLE]

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Heroic Villagers. Eyam, an isolated village m the Peal: district, yesterday celebrated Plagao Sunday," says the Daily News of August U. The records show that Utii beautiful little place was almost depopulated by the Plague m lfif>6, and the heroism and self-sacrificing devotion of the rector of the parish, the

Death of Mr. W. Towle. [ARTICLE]

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Death of Mr. W. Towle. Yesterday's Malay Mail says The many friends m Kuala Lumpur of Mr. W. Towle, Superintendent of the liiBrigade, will learn with regret that telegram has been received ■■Bouncing his death at home. He proceeded on leave m March, and was expected back m October. He

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ANNOUNCING A NEW "VALET" NICKEL SET At $3.73 Rust!e>:s. |l This new set [damp misting n iKv.'^^^'Si a?so contains and v, ilh a I v -i Q the exclusive finish fr.r jl^^^^j^jj self-stropping superior \f f atUre which has !to anything N. Wpw^ made the prnliwly v nil minimi n

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ALHAMBRA TO-NIGHT at 9. THE OATH (Featuring MIRIAM COOPEH and CONWAY TEARLE) 8 Reels. ACROSS THE WORLD BY ZEPPELIN 4 Reels. In the First Show at 7.30 p.m. HUNGRY HEARTS 7 Reels. TAN CHENG KEE CO., LTD., Proprietors THINKING OF NEW Gramophones NO need for lengthy thought. Just THINK how

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»»«>«««»»♦»«»»♦♦♦♦♦ On Other Pages. r»fte. Finance and Commerce 7 Shipping and the Mails 7 Meteorological Report 7 Reuter Telegrams 9 Special Wireless Kews Service Sin Ghee Hin Gang Sentenced !l Boxer m Troublr !i Legislative Council Airenda :> Chamber of Commerce Meeting Sporting Intelligence ..10 The Public Hall Scheme .10

The Riff War. [ARTICLE]

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The Riff War. Rainy Season Threatens The Operations. [rzuttr telegram.] London, September 28. Paris It is reported from Fez that the enemy suffered heavily in the course of the latest French advance. Fifty dead were found at the scene of the fi^h:injr and 24 prisoners were taken. London, September 28.

Seamen Strikers. [ARTICLE]

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Seamen Strikers. [REUTER TELEGRAM.] London, September 28. Cape Town The Windsor Castle an.1 the KiMun.-in Castle both sailed with their original crews. The Kcrilworth Castle is now the tmiy mail boat remaining. London, September 28. Cape Town The Kvnilworth Casrtle is sailing this- afternoon. The docks are IMBh| thiir normal

Russia and Germany. [ARTICLE]

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Russia and Germany. [REUTEIt TELEGRAM.] London, September 28. WarMW That the Soviets will revise thrir attitadf towards Germany in the event of the latter acceding to the allied rct|UP't to join the League without rem rvstt icii was stated by M. Chicherin, interviewed by Iteuter in route to Germany to

Persia's Food Supplies. [ARTICLE]

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Persia's Food Supplies. [REl'TKB TELEGRAM.] London, September 28. Teheran The Mejliss Minister for Publu- Works declared that thouRh the Government h.id urgently supplied provimoiis 111 order to remove the general al.-inn, ii. hail been found that the recent troubles, though based on the pretext of lack of provisions, had other

Fascist Conflict. [ARTICLE]

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Fascist Conflict. [REUTER TELEGRAM.] London, September 28. New York Qmw* of anti-Kasci*ts and pro-Fascists met on a steamer bruising the Italian delegates to the conference of tin- IiittT-rarlianuntury Union Notwithslamli.ii; police supervision an unidrntilicrl anti-Fasci:'. «U hot and .1h;1i'!v injured. PaacSct j-m-pathi3«.ri t-caped.

French War Debts. [ARTICLE]

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French War Debts. [RIUTM TELTCRAM.] London, September 28. While Washington despatches are optimistic with regard to the prospect of a Franco-American debt settlement, Paris is doubtful and some of the paper* even anticipate the failure of the negotiations. Despatches from French correspondents at Washington, however, speak of the new French

Empire Press Union. [ARTICLE]

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Empire Press Union. [MUTER TIUGRAM.] London, September 29. Melbourne The delegates who arrived t& attend the Empire Press Conference were entertained to a banquet by the Commonwealth Government at Parliament House to-night. Mr. Bruce in a speech declared that the gathering was the most significant ever held in that hall.

Prince of Wales. [ARTICLE]

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Prince of Wales. [RECTXB TILEGUU.] London, September 28. Mar del Plata On the eve of hi* departure the Prince of Wales gave a banquet to President Alvear on board H.M.S. Repulse, which was brilliantly illuminated. The function was a very splendid one attended by the Argentine Ministers, officials and society

Election Rioting. [ARTICLE]

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Election Rioting. [rxvter telegram.] London, September 28. Vera Cruz One person was killed and 50 were wounded as a result of rioting at the Municipal elections. It is alleged what Lopez, *hc Red candidate, abstracted ballotting papers from one booth and the followers of Galyez, the opposing candidate, began shooting:,

Chinese Floods. [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Floods. [BEUTK TXUGKAM.] London, September 28. Peking As a result \>Z Hm break in the main south dyke the Yellow River i.i now flowinfj unrestrictedly to the south. The flood is stated to be the worst since 1887. The inundated area is increasing hourly and it i.s officially estimated

The Mosul Question. [ARTICLE]

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The Mosul Question. [REUTER TtLECRAM.] London, September 28. Geneva The Council of the League of Nations has appointed the Esthonian General Leidoner as commissioner to investigate the Mosul deportations. He will be Assisted by a Czecho-Slovak LieutColonel. Later General Leidoner will have twu assistants, chosen by the League Council's Mosul

Communism. [ARTICLE]

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Communism. [jtEUTER TELEGRAM.] London, September 28. New York Two hundred Communists tried to demonstrate on the pier but were dispon cd by police on the occasion of tho arrival of 10 British delegate* to the Intcr-r»r!i3!ren<iry Csnfsrepca, headed by Sir Robert Home.

Submarine Disaster. [ARTICLE]

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Submarine Disaster. All Hope of Saving Lives Abandoned. [RIUTtB raUCOKAlL] London, September 28. New London Divers succeeded in placing a sling beneath the S 51 and it is hoped the vessel will be raised tomorrow by means of a big derrick. A diver walked over the deck of the submarine

Soviet Corruption. [ARTICLE]

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Soviet Corruption. [REITER TEL1GRAM.] London, September 28. Tokio The Jiji Shimpo reports that the police have discovered that the Soviet Labour delegates to Japan sent the Japanese Socialists 1,800,000 yen before coming to Japan. Most of those arrested during the visit of the Russian delegation have been released, but a

Various. [ARTICLE]

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Various. [ttUTU TELEGRAM.] London, September 28. The Times City editor understands that the Colonial Office will probably arrant? a loan of £3,000,000 for the relief of the credit stringency in Hongkong. London, September 28. Berne It has been definitely decided that the security pact conference will meet at Locarno on

KALLANG RIVER MYSTERY. [ARTICLE]

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KALLANG RIVER MYSTERY. Chinese Beaten and Put Into Rickshaw. A verdict of culpable homicide not amounting to murder against some person unknown was returned by the Coroner (Mr. F. G. Bourne), at the conclusion of the enquiry into the death of a Chinese whose body was found in the Kalians

BOXER AND TAMIL. [ARTICLE]

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BOXER AND TAMIL. De Souza Assault Case Adjourned. The case in which Edwin dc Souza, a well-known local boxer, is charged with causing grievous hurt to a Tamil Mohnmedan was mentioned in the District Court this morn ins and postponed until October 31. Mr. C. da Silva appeared for the

SINGAPORE CENOTAPH. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CENOTAPH. Shortly after the unveiling of the Cenotaph m Kuala Lumpur, it wai announced that the Government of the F.M.S. had graciously undertaken the permanent maintenance of a wreath on that Cenotaph which wreath would be changed weekly. The Committee of the Singapore Branch, Ex-Services Association of Malaya, approached

WIRELESS TELEGRAMS. [ARTICLE]

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WIRELESS TELEGRAMS. Received via Java from Aneta Press Bureau. French Communists. Fez, September 23. The French Communist member of Parliament Doriot has succeeded in entering Morocco via Algiers against the order of the French Government. He acts as one of the members of the French Communist committee of investigation into

Pulau Ubin Samsengs. [ARTICLE]

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Pulau Ubin Samsengs. Four Months for Sin Ghee Hin Gang. The twenty-one Chinese who pleaded guilty in the Second Police Court last wetk to attending an initiation ceremony of the Sin Ghee Hin secret society on i'ui.-iu Ubin were produced in court this morning, and sentenced to four months' rigorous

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [ARTICLE]

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Orders of the Day for Forthcoming Meeting. A meeting of the Legislative Council will be held on Monday, commencing at 10 a.m. The Acting Attorney-General will move that Council approves the alteration of the amendment made by the Governor in Council on June 21, VJ-~>, to the rules

COLOMBO SHIPPING. [ARTICLE]

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COLOMBO SHIPPING. Charges Against the Master Attendant. Thr Times of Ceylon of September 1(1 says Grave dissatisfaction hu bftMi felt in shipping circles in Colombo with the manner in which Captain J. G. Fraser, R.N., the Master-Attendant of Colombo, has carried out his duties and lepresentations were made by the

CAR AND CYCLIST. [ARTICLE]

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CAR AND CYCLIST. Chinese Injured in Lloyd Road. A Chinese cyclist named Khoo Soon Guan, a bill-collector employed by Moutrie and Co., was knocked down by a OUT driven by a European at the junction of Lloyd Road and Kiliiney Road yesterday afternoon. The cyclist, who was seriously injured, was

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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We am informed that a telegram has been received at. Penang announcing the d^ath at Onslow, Guildford, on Sunday of Mr James Hot«1!, for many -,c2ii h:admaster of Malacca High School.

LOCAL COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL COMMERCE. Meeting of Singapore Chamber. Chairman's Review of Halt Year. The half-yearly meeting of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce was held i.i the Kxchaniro room yesterday aflat—nu. The Chairman (the Hon. Mr. I>. T. Lewis) was supported by Mr. E. Gattey, for th» secretaries, and members of the committee.

Profiteering at Wembley. [ARTICLE]

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Profiteering at Wembley. Record crowds visited Wembley during the week ended September 19 and thousands were crowded out on the tattoo performance nights. A sensational raid was carried out by the Exhibition officials and the police when over 30 men were caught retelling tattoo tickets for exorbitant prices and wore

Sporting News and Notes.

GOLF. [ARTICLE]

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GOLF. First Round of Singapore Championship. The following was the result of the first round of the Singapore championship, played over the Singapore Golf Club course a'. Bukit Timah K. C. Baker walk over. D. J. Ward beat G. Murphy by 3 and 2. M. D. Rutley boat Dr. G.

LAWN TENNIS. [ARTICLE]

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LAWN TENNIS. Tanglin Club The Dyne Cup. In the Dyne Cup competition the following ties are arranged for Thursday Miss L. Hutchison and Muphy owe 4 v. Mrs. Hickey and Wild 1. Miss Fawcett and Holyoak owe 5 v. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing 2. Mrs. SaunHci's and Wishart owe 1

RUGBY. [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY. To-day's Game Postponed To Thursday. Owing to the state of the ground it is impossible to play the match amnfed for this afternoon between the Newcomers and A team, and the match has been postponed until Thursday. It is requested that any member of the selected sides who will

BOXING. [ARTICLE]

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BOXING. Contests for Friday. There will be boxing in the Happy Valley arena on Friday evening 1 Battling Key having found a new opponent in Vincent Pereni, described as the lightweight and welterweight champion of the F.M.S. Pereni will make lightweight limit, and the contest, over twelve rounds, will be

Hockey. [ARTICLE]

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Hockey. A match between the V.M..C.A. and the R.E. on the former's ground yesterday resulted m a win for the V.M.C.A. by four goals to nil. From the bully-off the home team began to press and the visitors' goalie had a busy time. When the game was fifteen minutes »ld

F.M.S. Police Sports. [ARTICLE]

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F .M.S. Police Sports. The annual Federal Police sports began on Saturday at the Central Police Station padang High Street, Kuala Lumpur, but had to De continued on Sunday moming, owing to the hearvy ram which fell on the previous evening after two events had been finished. On Sunday there

FOOTBALL. [ARTICLE]

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FOOTBALL. English and Scottish Leagufc Results, i [Renter Telegram.] London, September 28. Matches played to-day resulted as follows Third Dirisjon (Northern). Barrow 1, Nelson d. Scottish League.— Wt. I. Aberdeen 1, St Miiren 2. Glasgow Cup Semi-Final. Celtic 2, .Rangers 2. Queen's Park 1, Clyde 1. Johore School Competition. (From

SINGAPORE VOLUNTEERS. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE VOLUNTEERS. Arrangements for Teams Visiting Penang. The S.V.C. teams and individual competitors in the Command Rifle Meeting will embark for Penang on the Calypso to-morrow at 5 p.m. at the East Wharf. The following arrangements arc published for information S.R.E. (v.) A bus will leave Keppel Harbour Tram Terminus

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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A meeting of the ladies of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will be held at the home of Mrs. Lowe, 8 Mt. Sophia. Mi Thnrrdny nftcmoon at 4.30 p.m.

SHARE MARKET REPORTS.

Macphail and Co., Ltd. [ARTICLE]

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Macphail and Co., Ltd. Singn'Mre, September 29. Rubber.— London 3s. 5d. Dull. Steady. Local *1.31. Tin.— London £264 IBs. Local $134 (200 tons sold). Rubbers. Jernm Kuantans have buyers at 1.21 with sellers nt 1.25. Basaetts can be placed at LJK6 seller* holding for 1.30. Montakabs have buyers at 42

Lyall and Evatt. [ARTICLE]

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Lyall and Evatt. Singapore, September 29. Tin. -^£264 IBs. up 23s. Local $134 203 tons.. Rubber. "»s. 5d. unchanged. Rubbers. The market is very strong, most issues in demand on a short supply. Jfrnm Kuant.ms have made 1.-2':. buyers over. Tambalaks can be placed at 1.50 and Punjrgors at 1.47H.

Rom Macphail and Co.'s Report [ARTICLE]

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Rom Macphail and Co.'s Report (L. R. Macphail). Singapore, September 29. Robber.— 3s. 5d. unchanged. Local $1.32. Tin.— £261 15s. up 25s. Local 200 tons sold at Sl.il. The market continues on the quiet side. Rubber share prices are steady with an improving tendency. Mining stocks are quiet and Industrials

The Oversea-Chinese Bank, Ltd. [ARTICLE]

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The Oversea-Chinese Bank, Ltd. The annual report of the directors of the Oversea-Chinese Bank, Ltd., for the year ending June 30, 1925, states that the nett profits for the year after writing oft bad and doubtful debts and providing for depreciation on furniture, premises ami property acquired amounts to $521,133.52

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Thr following communique was issued at Simla His Majesty the King Emperor has approved of the appointment of Mr. S. R. Das, Barrister-at-Law, Advocate General, of Bengal to be a member of the Executive Council of the Governor General m succession to the Hon. Sir Nanchaha Sarma, X.C.5.1., when the

The Public Hall. [ARTICLE]

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The Public Hall. History of a Pre-War Scheme. The history of the scheme for building a new public hall in Singapore was reviewcd by Mr. John Laycock in apply ins to Mr. Justice Deanc in the Supreme Court yesterday for a direction tlint an enquiry be held rugavdinu 'he trusts

SUPREME COURT. [ARTICLE]

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SUPREME COURT. Cases to be Heard During October. The following eases will be heard in th<? Supreme Court during October Hiap Thai Chiang and Cj., The Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd. Chew Swee Lim and another, Chop Ngee Hong." John Donaldson, E. A. Barbour and Co., Ltd. Wee Thiara Neo

AIR MAIL SERVICE. [ARTICLE]

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AIR MAIL SERVICE. Experiments Between Quetta And Simla. An experimental air mail service between Quetta and Simla has just br tried with a view to gain experience in case it be necessary to carry urgent military despatches by this method. The distance flown was 665 miles and the mail was

League of Nations. [ARTICLE]

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League of Nations. Interesting Lecture by Dr. C.ilbert Brooke. Dr. Gilbeit F. Brooke, M.A., L.K.C.S., etc., Director of the League of Nations' Eastern liuicau, delivered a most interesting lectuic to the United Islamic A^soriatiun in Gaylung nn Sunday on the subject of the league of Nations. The chairman, Imam Haji

WEDDING AT BEXHILL. [ARTICLE]

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WEDDING AT BEXHILL. Miss V. Hrooke Hunt and Mr. H. Minjjaye-Ash. A wedding which occasioned a great deal of interest was solennised in the presence of a large congrejfHtion at St. Peter's Church, Bexhil'-on-Sca, last month. i The bride was Miss Frances Uruoko Hunt, daughter of Mrs. W. K. C

LONDON MARKETS. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON MARKETS. In their London report, dated September 2, Messrs. William Jacks and Co state: The upward movement m America has Been interrupted, chiefly through disappointment In the modest amount the Lnited States are likely to receive from r ranee, and the feeling of nervousness m connection with the Anthracite

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SAVE YOUR EYES. [ARTICLE]

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SAVE YOUR EYES. Tinted GlassesT Which Relieve Glare. I never go for a holiday without including in my kit bag a pair of tinted spectacles, (says a Harley Street doctor in the Glasgow Evening News.) Personally I prefer the tint to be green, but that doesn't matter very much. What

SINGAPORE DHOBIES. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE DHOBIES. Debating Society in Favour Of Licensing. The dhobies of Singapore should be licensed was the decision arrived at, in the debate recently at the Gaylant Church, when the speakers on both bides presented very strong arguments to support their respective sides, writes a correspondent. Mr. K. T. Lee,

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THE MINIMUM OF SAFETY FOR A MARRIED MAN. It has been decided, by those who have made a careful study of the subject, that a married man should always be m a position to leave his family m the event of his death an amount equal to at least THREE

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HUGE STAGE SCENE. [ARTICLE]

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HUGE STAGE SCENE. Aubrey Hammond Covers 1,500 Sq. Feet of Canvas. It was approp- iate that London's biggest aitist, Aubrey Hammond, who boasts a height of 6ft. lin. and weight of 14st., should be commissioned to paint the biggest scene ever executed for any theatre in the world. No less

A MOUNTAIN MYSTERY. [ARTICLE]

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A MOUNTAIN MYSTERY. Three of a Climbing Party Found Dead. A mjrstrrii.ijs tiagwlj is reported from the Polish Tatra mountains, near thy hcalth-n .-sort of Z.,kopane, in Galicia. A party eompOMd of Mr. Kasznica, the Judge of the Supreme Court, his wife, a twelve- y«:ir-ol<i son, and a young student

Girls Box to Win a Husband. [ARTICLE]

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Girls Box to Win a Husband. The London pirls donned boxing gloves and foupht for a husband at Clerkcnwcll. The contest was fixcii for six rounds, and was refereed and seconded in professional style. Both 'girls had trained for a fortnight previous to the match. One of the girls dissolved

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