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Sunday Tribune (Singapore), 28 July 1935

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The Sunday Tribune 3 i>O I*> SINGAPORE, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1935. Fl K

Reds Raid Big Liner And Rip Off The Flag [ARTICLE]

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Reds Raid Big Liner And Rip Off The Flag B4TTLE WITH CREW AND POLICE Anti-Nazi Display EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK Htw York, July 27. OVER I>ooo Communists battled with the Police following an anti-Nazi demonstration before the sailing of the liner Bremen. The crowd gathered at the pier lustily sang

CATHEDRAL WEDDING [ARTICLE]

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CATHEDRAL WEDDING Mr. George Holt And Miss Hilda Hall Singapore, Saturday. TOE marriage was solemnised at St. Andrew's Cathedral to-day of Mr. George Holt, son of Mr. T. C. Holt and Mrs. Holt, of Sheffield, and Miss Hilda Burbidge Hall, daughter of Councillor E. B. Hall, J.P.. and Mrs. Hall,

JUBILEE FUND [ARTICLE]

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JUBILEE FUND Subscriptions Now Total §123,074 THE following is the latest list of subscriptions to the Singapore Silver Jubilee Fund: Amount previously acknowledged $122.381. 23 Mr. F. Isako (nightij Percentage. July 23 39.15 W. a. B. Goodall 5 00 Mr. F. Isako daily percentage. July 25 > 30.50 F. Iskao

PRISON SENTENCES COMMITTED [ARTICLE]

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PRISON SENTENCES COMMITTED U.S. Saves $52,000 On Upkeep Of Aliens Washing on. July 27. DRESIDENf Roosevelt signed coinmu- tationir on 160 prison ,sensenc*s on alfeiis in anter that thfe Department ot Justice raajroe enabled to deport them, thus saving the United States $52,000 yearly for their upkeep. A .score of

ANOTHER CASE OF SMALLPOX [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER CASE OF SMALLPOX Singapore, Saturday. Another case of smallpox is reported to have been discovered in the Serangoon arei on July 25, the victim being a Malay, who resides at 1.171 Serangoon Road.

ALL QUIET ON THE ITALIAN FRONT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ALL QUIET ON THE ITALIAN FRONT in hT iT^in^K 11 Ca C I 55 t ItaUan P^Paraiions in East Africa arc proceeding apace, no serious deveS Geneva where the 7S^f n ii?,!" atl n haVe been rtpCrtCd in he last 24 hours Mcre cti^ Ls re P» rf<?ri beheved Tin

MR. HENRY FORD [ARTICLE]

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MR. HENRY FORD Mentioned As Candidate For U.S. Presidency New York, Saturday. HPHE name of Mr. Henry Ford as a Presidential Candidate for the RepublicaiT Party wa& advanced by the Chronicle, Grand Rapid's political weekly, which suggested editorially that he be considered as the 1936 G.O.P. nominee. The editorial pointed

MR. V. A. LOWINGER IN KUALA LUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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MR. V. A. LOWINGER IN KUALA LUMPUR I Meeting With Chamber Of Minss Council From Our Own Reporter j Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. MR. V. A Lowinger's visit is proving exceptionally interesting. I understand another public meeting, in addition to the Ipoh meeting on Monday, will be called in Kuala Lumpur

HORSE KILLED [ARTICLE]

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HORSE KILLED Crashes Into Rails At Penang Races nURING the progress of (lie fourth race at the Penang Races, Dolly Grey threw her rider and crashed into the rails. She was badly mutilated' and died almost instantly.

TEST CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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TEST CRICKET England Open Th: Batting Manchester, .July :J7. BEFORE a crowd of o 000. in dull an<i threatening weather, England von thfe toss in the fourth cricket test against South Africa and elected to bat. The groundsman described the wicket as fas'- but said that sweating might cause trickinesa

FUNERAL OP BISHOP BARILLON [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FUNERAL OP BISHOP BARILLON Impressive Scene* in Singapore Singapore, Saturday '•HE funeral of the late Bishop KlUlu Bai ;ilon, whose death occurred at hit residence in Singapore yesterday morning, look place' at 5 p.m. to-day. Their was a vi ry irge and represeutative gathering numbering about I,QGO I both at

JOE LOUIS TO FIGHT SCHMELING [ARTICLE]

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JOE LOUIS TO FIGHT SCHMELING Bout On Sept WiNNS > MEET BRADDOCK Ww > "ik. Saturday. MAX SchmHtng of Germany, re cognised Evan pean lwmvywe«ght champion, and Joe Lous, recent conqueror of Primo Camera, have been paired for September 18. The two were matched after then impressive victories in recent

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Goodwood Park Hotel Special Carry Lanch Every Sunday $1. Tennis Badminton. Phone 6490.

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TRADE SCHOOL AT SINGAPORE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TRADE SCHOOL AT SINGAPORE Making Skilled Workers A GOOD START IN LIFE (Sunday Tribune Special) Singapore, Saturday. pHERE are excellent prospects for graduates of the Trade School and young men, who through force of circumstances,, are unable to go m for higher education, should consider •< rioi'sly whether or nofr

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MALAYAN PREMIER HOTEL 4 THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMME MONDAY, WEDNESDAY Ik FRIDAY COCKTAIL DANCE fUO to S 15 p.m. t)INNER A DANCE (informal) iUO to midnight. TUESDAY, IHIRSDAY SATtUDAY SPECIAL DINNER cV CONCERT 8.15 to 9.15 p.m. DANCE (formal) 9.45 to midnight I ilso appearing nigiiUy continued Cabaret Success HANK BROWN

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HAMMOND Electric Clock POLO ALARM SYNCHRONOUS W men design most of our beautilul clocks. A man designed this one. Note the trim strong lines and tfe dial is 4V2 inches in diameter large t nough to be read from across the rOOW oven if there is still a lot of

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OPERATION LEFT M CONSTIPATED Xolhina Was Effective— Until She Tried Kruschen itipation When it fo] ra condition tl „!> mu h ls TW. worn. various found !<■! i whi h,. daily d cfherrxpe "Jj*« >'.-«M. f.- 1^ had an operation hi i.Hw J and found w»w hoold have u> ll

Shocking Accident At Penang Races [ARTICLE]

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Shocking Accident At Penang Races HORSE BADLY MUTILATED Stay Out Pays $S6 BESTLOT WINS !il(, RACE ffp\ Correspondent) Penang, Saturday. rpHE Fenaftg Jubilee Race Meeting i -<iav in fine weather and with ;i big attendance. The going od. Ju>* fore the end of the fourth Grey stumbled and threw off

SCHOOLBOYS WIN [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOLBOYS WIN Wearne Bros. Beaten By Nine Wickets Singapore, Saturday. The- Wcar.ie Brothers Sports Club wrrc completely outclassed by St. Andrew's Schc; 1 ai cricket r.n th? school ground ilnti afterhppn. The .schoolboy- succeeded in beaHnrj them 'oy nine v/ickrBatting tii We^rr.? Brothers were dismissed for 158 rttns o> which

R.A.F. BEAT P.W.D. [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. BEAT P.W.D. Playing en the N.C.C. ground yesterday afternoon, the R.A.F. beat the P.W.D. at cricket by on? wicket.

GOOD SCORE BY S.R.C [ARTICLE]

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GOOD SCORE BY S.R.C Annual Cricket Match With S.C.C. Singapore, Saturday. THE three day cricket fixture between the S.R.C. and the S.C.C. whi' h be.^an on the S.C.C. Padang yesterday gives every prortiise of beinp a keen and interesting orte. The S.R.C., batting this afternoon, took their overnight's score of

HASTIE CUP [ARTICLE]

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HASTIE CUP i Perak Beat Burma Rifles After Extra Time (From Our Oicn Reporter) Ipoh, Saturday. Perak beat the Burma Rifles to-day in the Hastie Cup Competition by G goals to 4. It was one of the most thrilling and exciting games seen this season and the Burma Rifles wer?

FOOTBALLER CHARGED [ARTICLE]

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FOOTBALLER CHARGED Alleged Possession Of Rubber Without Covering Coupons (From Our Oion Reporter) Ipoh, July 27. Mr Lee Ee Eow, the Perak Mafayu Cup iootbrller and Manager of Chop Jmbec, rubber dealers, was charged iv. the Telok AnsCn Magistrate's Court j yesterday, with having in his possession < rubber without

E. WHITCOMBE WINS [ARTICLE]

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E. WHITCOMBE WINS Annexes Irish Open Golf Championship Newcastle (County Down), July 27. Ernest Whitcombe won the Irish Open Golf Championship beating Reg Whitcombe by 148 to 151 in the play j off after tieing with 292. i Kenyon was third with 293. Busson and Compston tied for fourth place

Y.M.C.A. SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. SOCCER The following will represent th<Y.M.C.A. at soccer Versus the "AllRlueo en the Clerical Union Ground on Tuesday, July 30, at 5.10 p.m: Vytopil. Pfflay, J. Baker, Thiam Teck. Dav, Mitchtl 1 Beksin, Othmar, Charlie, Henry, Reshty. Reserves T. K. Vellu, J. Blfha.

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STRICTLY BETWEEN OURSELVES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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STRICTLY BETWEEN OURSELVES yIS Highnaas the Sultan of Johore takes a flattering interest in the matter of my weight. Whenever we meet he does not fail to inquire how 1 am getting on with the problem of reducing. It is a subject on which His Highness has every reason to

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CONTRACT BRIDGE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CONTRACT BRIDGE Horatius INHIUniON BL-DS '/in The penny post was, after all, only one of the many advantages thai ii!i' had in the pre-war days. ■tv o ;eh s di a ly r FHE inhibition lias been added to the fargon of American system. <]f duration which aims at i

SEARCH FOR A LOST DAUGHTER [ARTICLE]

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SEARCH FOR A LOST DAUGHTER Believed To Have Married Egyptian Prince Edinburgh, July 11. A LONELY old man living: in a Salvation Army hostel and his long-lost daughter, whi.m be believes to be an Egyptian Prince 1 1 are t'he centra] characters in a -•.trangely romantic story here. The old

STARTLING STATEMENT [ARTICLE]

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STARTLING STATEMENT "Euroneaa Countries Should Be Wiped Off The Map' Portland, Oregon. "All the countries of Europe except Great Britain should be wiped off the map." This was the startling statement made during an interview here by Mr. R. Masujiam of Tokyo, who is a prominent member of the Japanese

HARMLESS GAS [ARTICLE]

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HARMLESS GAS Would-Be Suicides Cheated Of Death Berlin. Two would-be suicides were cheated of death by the "Pied Piper" city of Hamelin, which recently announced that it would be the first town in the world to supply its citizens with nonpoisonous gas, by subjecting the latter to a special process

CATHOLIC PRIESTS [ARTICLE]

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CATHOLIC PRIESTS Further Steps Announced By Dr. Goebells Berlin Further steps against Catho'ic priest; who openly or secretly oppose the Nazis--are announced by Dr. Goebells in an order to all government offices concerned La which he instructs the code of justice 'in its entire s-everity" to b^ used again;, all

IMPOSTER SHOT [ARTICLE]

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IMPOSTER SHOT Soviet Who Masqueraded As A German Moscow FOR masquerading as a German for throe years, while ail the lime he was a citizen of tho U.S.S.R Pavlo Krivo.she. a Ukrainian, has been suminiaily condemned to death and she* before a firing 1 squad. Seeing that foreign engineers in

DACOIT'S REIGN OF TERROR [ARTICLE]

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DACOIT'S REIGN OF TERROR Six Murders In Ali^arh District THL manUe of t*k h; s no^ 1 fallen on the >houlders of Radha ran, a nototio (1 r Khair, in I ho A He has already killed hai i dozen persons and now threatens, says •Pioneer." to ecHpso tho record

MURDER AT 70 M.P.H. [ARTICLE]

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MURDER AT 70 M.P.H. Pillion Girl Shoots I^over And Commits Suicide Belgrade. Because be was going bo murry another girl. Angelina Sekoshan shot her lover dead from the pillion seat of hLs motorcycle, when he was taking her for a list ride. Franz Vurgu. ol Vrshutz. was very popular amon*

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"Going Up, I Hope": Or How To Work A Lift [ARTICLE]

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"Going Up, I Hope": Or How To Work A Lift G. S. Hammonds »\F > oU evtr tried to imagine what njern 'if* would be iik< had somebody invented the electric lift? Can you Kmm rourself starting o(f on Friday light to reach the top oi a New sky■a#r and

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A Woman Peeps At Singapore. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A Woman Peeps At Singapore. By Our Woman Correspondent IyHEN the week's work is done, it is pleasant to be able to loiter over a few pre-tillin pahits to music that is pretty when one is not too busy chattering to and greeting one's friends to listen. That Raffles is

Around The Shops [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Around The Shops DRAW out your savings and get the marvellous bargains that will be going from to-morrow for the next week or so! By doing that you will find that you will be able to double your bank roll in the next twelve months. I work that out by

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Lampshades Ready made, or made to order. All colours and designs. MBS. J. DE GRAAF, 1% Milestone. 192F, Paeir Panjang. Useful Books WRITING. For all those who seek to express themselves in Good English 2.00 PUZZLES Curious Problems wi"si Solution? 2.00 AMUSEMENT IN MATHEMATICS Mathematics in undress 2.00 CHILDREN'S QUESTIONS

Notes From Kuala Lumpur and Frasers Hill [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Notes From Kuala Lumpur and Frasers Hill LOST! Cri' Blind!!! (with apoloe'es to Mr. Ar!en>. Yes, we had a* ol mu over the week-end. Thines have come to a pretty pass when «e have to buy a road map to get to a perfectly good paWt party. \n urgent desire

Around The Shops [ARTICLE]

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Around The Shops (Continued from page .8) like ones with leaves and petals daintily modelled for foaming organdies and tulle. To go with these there are clips, earrings, bracelets and rings. There are buttons of every material, every design for your "bargain" frocks, too and flowers sprays which have made

OUR FRASER'S HILL LETTER [ARTICLE]

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OUR FRASER'S HILL LETTER THERE is something about the at- mesnhcre at Fraser's Hill which is tremendously conducive to knitting. Perhaps it is that our hands are so miraculously cool that we feel the urge to employ them, or simply that being on holiday we have plenty of time, or

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SHOPPING CENTRE OttECrCMM RIGHT PRICES LATEST MATERIALS!!! YOU ARE WISE WHEN YOU SHOP AT Tajmahal Store B.HI6HST.BBT UU«S DBESSMAKERS PHONE 3849

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THE FINEST |^^k SHOE SHOP I Wlfiß^ IN MALAYA. f ml H^ IB uKkiiL IYOONG CHEONG SHOE CO. i m 1 THE FASHION SHOE SHOP, 2 354 356, North Bridge Rd. I 1 Phone 4293. i I lill II lilinllllllllilUIIIMIIIIIIIIllllllill'lll'tillllllll:;!!!!!!* PALAIS DES MODES 33, Stamford Road. Just received a shipment

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One of the simplest and mast delicious dishes in my collection is from China, and the recipe for it follows: RICE WITH CHICKEN AND PORK Cook the rice carefully so that the grains are seperat4? and fluffy. To each quart of cooked rice, add one cupful of cold, diced, cooked

Sunday Tribune Singapore: Sunday, July 28, 1935. DISSERTATION ON TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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Sunday Tribune Singapore: Sunday, July 28, 1935. DISSERTATION ON TENNIS K TRUCE o polities, international <:r lot n a Sunday morning. 1.. ider a. topic of a if to some people a v rsial, nature th^ famous tennis |bi in* Singapore on his from Java in a week's \.vrs of

The Dying Glory Of Shanghai [ARTICLE]

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The Dying Glory Of Shanghai C. H. Stanley -Joins A City Of Contrasts Under A Itpseate Glow SHANGHAI! City of contrasts! Birthplace of genius and graveyard of hope! Where is the lost glory, the gaiety, the prosperity, that earned you the title of "Paris of the East"? Shanghai is still

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WIT and WISDOM op the WEEK. *y\D had been elected to the locri i "H!" was the crushing rejoinder from j as he crawled out of the mire he saw council, and a reporter was sent to the smart boy of the class. I his wife coming towards him. PluckUucrview

MODERN METHODS DESCRIBED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MODERN METHODS DESCRIBED tncouraKintf Normalcy NO MORE PRISON REGIME (Sunday Tribune Special) Singapore, Saturday. VERY little is known and far less j s :R about ont' of the greatfoiins of social service which is undertaken and efficiently carried cut by the administrations of every •ivilised country in the world to-day

ANIMALS ON THE SCREEN [ARTICLE]

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ANIMALS ON THE SCREEN Handsome Salaries In Hollywood HoHywcod. A chimpanzee lias become one of Hollywood's highest paid film stars. His name is Jiggs. Under his new contract he will earn £130 £70 for his upkeep and £60 for his two trainers— for every week's film work he dCes. A

LORDS TO HEAR APPEAL [ARTICLE]

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LORDS TO HEAR APPEAL Compensation Case Involving: £11 Edinburgh, July 8. Margaret McCann, a laundry worker of Barrhead (Renfrewshire), has been granted leave to appeal to the House of Lords in a Workmen's Compensation case involving £11. She sued her employers, the Scottish Co-operative Laundry Association Ltd., of Barrhead, for

SMART KOOKABURRA [ARTICLE]

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SMART KOOKABURRA Meal Times According To Express Schedule Sydney, July y. WHENEVER the daylight express roars through the Otford Station it is the signal for Jacko, the kookaburra, to swoop down to the station garden for his feast of worms. Jacko is a .slave tv> time. When Mr. W. H.

DISCOVERING GOLD FROM THE AIR [ARTICLE]

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DISCOVERING GOLD FROM THE AIR Pnoiographs Of Structure Of Land Johannesburg, Transvaal. 1 NEW method which will enable t«he pre- sence of gold K> be detected from aerial photographs of land is claimed by a young geologist, Mr. .1. M. le Grange," who has arrived here. Mr. Grange has returned

HEAT WAVE KILLS TEN [ARTICLE]

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HEAT WAVE KILLS TEN Milan. There have been ten more deaths in North Italy as a result of high temperatures which have risen to 103 degrees in the shade and 137 degrees in the sun. There have been four deaths from sun-stroke in the town of Milan. In the provinces

ROYAL AIR FORCE PAGEANT [ARTICLE]

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ROYAL AIR FORCE PAGEANT production of a service pass. Normal charge of $1 will be made for admission. Tea and refreshment tents will be available in all enclosures. Application for further information should be made in writing to the Hon. Secretary, R.A.F. Jubilee Celebrations, Royal Air Force. Far East, Singapore.

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A Scotsman Looks At Singapore [ARTICLE]

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A Scotsman Looks At Singapore W. B. Paterson. In Which I Discourse On Vaccination, Cannibals, Stagnant Rubber, A Useful Outlet For It And Conclude With A Few Remarks About Dogs. UAVE you taken yet? Or have you taken steps to ensure that you will have a reasonable chance of taking?

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News Of Malayan Clubs [ARTICLE]

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News Of Malayan Clubs \munrsmu Celebrations Popularity Of Mr. Aw Boon Haw's Bungalow Useful />/'. To Hold Debate New Officials Of Lam Chong Association fiN'E would have imagined that whfii Mr. Aw Boon Haw built in bungalow in Pc:ir Panjang he nmsi have had in mind the need of I«m\jl

GIRLS' TOURNAMENT IN K.L. [ARTICLE]

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GIRLS' TOURNAMENT IN K.L. wilt meet the Methodist. (Jlrln School m (Mr finals 'iAurh will h t > plnyed rtmettme Ir Augii:- Th<- follow: r an tbt detailed r,'suH> BDTOLBB ('bin Pook H< b^nt Mt^-y Bmße Kim it 1 11 H Ma Taj* Cha;i beat ECee Kent vii- II n

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On Malaya's Badminton Courts [ARTICLE]

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On Malaya's Badminton Courts Tourmi a m e n t Relative Strengths Of States Singapore'* Chances Decided Advantage In Singles The Contingent From K.L. Sketches Of The Players Lady Competitors Nate* On Local Parties KATTY L.." in the following article, discusses the prospects of the various badminton teams in the

SELANGOR'S TEAM FOR OLYMPIAD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SELANGOR'S TEAM FOR OLYMPIAD Keen Competition Among Supporters (From Our Oxen Reporter/ THE keenest interest is being evinced in local badminton circles, as also in other sporting circles, towards the AllMalayan Chinese Olympiad at Penan c during the August holidays. There Ls keen competition among the supporters to ascertain what

PERAK PLAYERS FOR PENANG [ARTICLE]

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PERAK PLAYERS FOR PENANG Short Sketches Of The Representatives (From Our Own Reporter) Ipoh, Tuesday. THE stage seems set for the All-Malayan Chinese Olympiad at Penang. Badminton players in Perak like their colleagues in other States and Settlements are putting in a lot of practice in preparation for the great

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The Weeks Malayan SPORT REVIEWED [ARTICLE]

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The Weeks Malayan SPORT REVIEWED Forward (By Malaya p port- ha again qualified lor the Malay. t Cup final. So much is duo to them for having maintained their record of having figured .t-ry final since the series was begun in 1921, that it is impossible to start this instalment

In And Out Of The Boxing Ring [ARTICLE]

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In And Out Of The Boxing Ring K.0. (By PROFESSIONAL boxing is beeoming very popular in Kuala Lumpur. The programme staged at Merry World last wee^ drew a fl&* cord crowd of about „000 fans. The t\v.> ,rincipal events ve r e very disap>ointing, however. Boxing in Kuala Lumpur hi

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MAKING CARS FOR JAPAN [ARTICLE]

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MAKING CARS FOR JAPAN Better Roads Built up JAMES X. BIRD IN SINGAPORE (Sunday Tribune Special) Singapore, Saturday. -AMERICAN cars have no comA*^tition in Japan. Much hfce ■gd done in recent years i n Japan encourage road travel and in this [^nnection the building of roads had on apace.' These

DOLLAR LINER IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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DOLLAR LINER IN PORT Many Prominent People On Board Singapore, Saturday. THE Dollar liner, President Polk, arrived in Singapore this afternoon from Manila on its 36th voyage round the world, with its usual complement of world tourists. Among the prominent passengers on board were Dr. Jose R. Wendehake ol Panama,

CARS IN COLLISION [ARTICLE]

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CARS IN COLLISION Singapore, Saturday. Capt. John Marr. of the Royal Air Force, was injured when his taxi collided with another car along Moulmein Road shortly after three o'clock this morning. He received a lacerated wound on th« side of his neck and was taken to hospital by ambulance.

FOUND DEAD [ARTICLE]

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FOUND DEAD Singapore, Saturday. A Chinese was found dead in a sitting position in a drain at the 6% mile East Coast Road yesterday afternoon. Mr. P. M. Still, Accountant, P.W.D., Johore Bahru, has recently returned from leave spent in Brastagi and has resumed duties.

FIRES IN SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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FIRES IN SINGAPORE Three Calls For The Fire Brigade I Singapore, Saturday. THE Fire Brigade was called out on three occasions to fires in different parts of Singapore. The first call was received at j 3.15 yesterday afternoon to Dunman Road where a patch of lallang was ablaze. The outbreak

YOUNG INDIAN CHARGED [ARTICLE]

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YOUNG INDIAN CHARGED Singapore. Saturday. R. Suppiah, a young Indian boy. appeared before Mr. J. M. Brander. the Third Magistrate, this morning on a charge of theft of two watches valued at $4.30. According to information received, Inspector D. R. Cowie said that Suppiah and a friend paid a visit

COURT TRIBUTE TO MAGISTRATE [ARTICLE]

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COURT TRIBUTE TO MAGISTRATE Mr. Brand sr Leaves For New Appointment Singapore, Saturday. IN a short but impressive speech, Inspector D. R. Cowie paid a tribute to I Mr. J. M. Brander, the Third Magistrate, this morning on his relinquishing his appointment. He spoke on behalf of the court and

THEFT OF FAN BLADES [ARTICLE]

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THEFT OF FAN BLADES Singapore, Saturday. Charged with the theft of a number j of electric fan blades from the store of the British Malaya Trustee and Executor Co., Ltd.. in Cecil Street, in the early hours of July 19, a Chinese named Chua Ee was fined $15 and one

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THE PEARL FISHING INDUSTRY [ARTICLE]

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THE PEARL FISHING INDUSTRY Price Of Oysters Now £20 Per Ton Singapore, Saturday. OWNER of the biggest pearl-fishing fleet in Australia, Captain A. C. Gregory, R.N.R., arrived this afternoon by the Dollar liner, President Polk. Captain Gregory is returning after a business visit to China and Japan. In a brief

ANTHRAX IN SIAM [ARTICLE]

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ANTHRAX IN SIAM Safety Of Racing Ponies In Danger (From Our Own •Correspondent) Bangkok, July 27. AN Australian racing pony died from anthrax at one of the Bangkok stables and it is feared that other recent sudden deaths of animals are attributable to the same cause. The Polo Club are

PARTY OF RED INDIANS [ARTICLE]

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PARTY OF RED INDIANS Round The! World Passengers On Dollar Liner Singapore, Saturday. An interesting party on board the President Polk which arrived here this afternon in the course of her round the world voyage are the Beartracks and another Red Indian couple. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beartrack with their

RAFFLES LIBRARY [ARTICLE]

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RAFFLES LIBRARY The Half- Yearly Sale Of Magazines A sale of magazines and periodicals purchased for Raffles Library between July and December of this year will be held at the Library on Friday, Aug. 2, at 5 p.m. Purchasers at this sale will receive back numbers of magazines and periodicals

NEW YORK SUICIDE [ARTICLE]

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NEW YORK SUICIDE Wife Of Spanish Naval Attache Takes Own Life New York, July 15. Mrs. Federico Monreal Pilor. wife of the naval attache to the Spanish embassy in Washington, to-day committed suicide in a local hotei by swallowing a powerful reducing medicine and .severing an artery in her wrist.

"DISGRACED THE NATION" [ARTICLE]

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"DISGRACED THE NATION" Shanghai, July 27. Certain members of the Supervisory Board have suggested punishment for those who are alleged to have disgraced the nation by signing agreements during recent disturbances in Hopel. Those so mentioned are Mr. Huang Foo, Mr. Tang Yow Yam, Mr. Yan Tung, and Mr. Li

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1937 Meet To Be Held In Singapore [ARTICLE]

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1937 Meet To Be Held In Singapore SELANGOR WINS CHAMPIONSHIP A.A.A. Sports Conclude STORE ATHLETE'S SUCCESS Own Reporter, Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. fHK Malayan Amateur Athletic Sports wrre continued to-day from yesterday in fine weather in the presence of a large gathering which included His Excellency Sir Shtnton Thomas and Lady

LOCAL FOOTBALL NOTES AND COMMENTS [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL FOOTBALL NOTES AND COMMENTS THE SINGAPORE vs SERVICES MATCH: A MISTAKEN IMPRESSION (By "Full-Back") Singapore, Saturday. gJNGAPORE has qualified to meet Selangor in the Malaya Cup final which will be decided at the Federal Capital on Aujr. 10. The local stalwarts and the Combined Services were equal in the

MEDICAL STUDENTS COMPETE [ARTICLE]

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MEDICAL STUDENTS COMPETE King Edward VII College Athletics Singapore, Saturday. A LARGE crowd gathered at the College spoits ground this afcernoon to watch the. third annual athletic meeting ci King Edward VII College of Medicine. Competition was very ke&n and there weie some creditable performances, most of tho former records

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The Sunday Tribune

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The Sunday Tribune SINGAPORE, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1935.

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This team of Singapore cyclists will ride to Kuala Lumpur during hclicnys to take part in the Cycling Carnival to be luid there Chinese Water Polo Team who drew with the Singapore Swimi Club on Thursday evening at -he litter's pool. -4-all. Thl m will represent Singapore in the all-Malayan

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Officials and judges at Mercantile Institute Annual Athletic Sports held in Singapore on Friday. The Pillow-Fighting event in progress at the Mercantile Institute Sports on Friday. The Hurdles Race— Class I- in progress at the Mercantile Institute Sports.

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Hung Ching Tun, winner of the High Jump at the Mercantile Institute Sporo. x Bong Yong Cheong, who won the Class I Individual Championship at the Mercantile Institute Sports on Friday. Something new in salads is intrc-'ucecl by Irene Hervey. Metro-Gold-v.jii-Ma>er player. The salad oonsists of alternating slice? of piaeapple

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