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Sunday Tribune (Singapore), 29 December 1935

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The Sunday Tribune 01. 3 I\od2 SINGAPORE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1935. fdfdfsdfdsf The Sunday Tribune

SEVEN WORKMEN DROWNED IN PERAK MINE DISASTER [ARTICLE]

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SEVEN WORKMEN DROWNED IN PERAK MINE DISASTER TRAGEDY IN THE DARK 14 SAVED Boat Swept Away By Current From Our Own Reporter) Ipoh, Saturday. BEVEN Chines? cool'es, working at Pennnt t n mine, TanjiMifi: Tualonsr, near Ipoh, are believed to have lost their lives at three o'clock th J s

SELANGOR SPORTSMAN MARRIED [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR SPORTSMAN MARRIED B*r, Van der Holt And Miss Kathlsen Alvis Singapore, Saturday. 1 PRETTY wedding took p"lace at the 9*. Andrews Cathedral this evening unitinsr two well-known families of the Eurasian community. Ths bridegroom was Mr. D. M. Van der Holt, of Kuala Lumpur, a Selangor State cricketer^ yid

FEWER DEATHS FROM MALARIA [ARTICLE]

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FEWER DEATHS FROM MALARIA Only 10 In Week Endsd Dee. 21 IN the week ended Dec. 21 there were only 19 deaths from malaria in Singapore, compared with 'M in the previous week. The figure /or the corresponding wed of At year was 12. The Municipal health statement shows a

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Mrs. Van der Holt of Kuala Lumpur, who are aid residents in Malaya. bride was Miss Kathleen Alvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Alvis of Singapore She is the sister of Mr. L Alvis* Jr.. the Singapore cricketer who has represented the colony in several ?r-State cricket matches. She

VARIETY CONCERT [ARTICLE]

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VARIETY CONCERT Entertainment For Hospital Patients Singapore, Saturday. A very enjoyable variety concert was hrld at" the General Hospital to-day. when Mr. (George Bond of H.M.S. Terror. ,*cd bv Messrs Ted Pawsey. Fred Snu lv Sid Edwards, Joe Cohen, Alf I ambley and Ted Cummings of the same entertained about

E.E. TELEGRAPH CO. SALARY CUTS [ARTICLE]

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E.E. TELEGRAPH CO. SALARY CUTS Less Revenue APPLIED ALL OVER THE WORLD Singapore, Saturday. DEDUCTIONS in salary will be the New Year lot of employees of the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company in Singapore. The cuts are on a slid ng scale based according to grade, the higher pa d men

SOVIET INTRIGUE IN URUGUAY [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET INTRIGUE IN URUGUAY Minister Gets Walking Ticket Montevideo, Dec. 28. URUGUAY has broken off diplomatic relations with the Soviet on the ground that inquiries into revolutionary activities in Brazil revealed the existence of a Uruguay Communist headquarters for backing subversive acts. It Ls stated that the Uruguayan Government possesses

DEATH OF MONS VERERAN [ARTICLE]

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DEATH OF MONS VERERAN Letter Unfinished AN OVERDOSE OF TABLETS Sydney, Dec. 11. A WAR aviator and former president of the Fellowship of Mons, Cecil Alan William Johnson, aged 41, sat down in his home and began to writo a letter to a friend in England. In it he expressed

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Marianne Emig, the German girl alleged to have conspired with Dr. Hermann Gertz. who is charged under the Official Secrets Act, photographed in bathing costume while she was on holiday and living in his Broadstairs bungalow.

U.S. AIR FORCE SENSATION [ARTICLE]

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U.S. AIR FORCE SENSATION MILLIONS LOST Not A Unit Fit For War Service New York, Dec. 28. "]^OT one American aircraft unit now in use is suitable for war service," declared Brigadier-General "Billy" Mitchell, who commanded the American Air Corps in Europe in war time, giving evidence beforo the Congressional

ROSITA FORBES [ARTICLE]

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ROSITA FORBES Travelling To Batavia By K.L.M. MRS. McGrath, better known as Rosita Fdrbe.s. the ncvelisi, was due to leave for Batavia by K.L.M. yesterday. She intends to visit the Netherlands East Indies and afterwards Afghanistan. On her travels through Africa. Arabia and S^Hith America she collected impressions and notes

MALAYAN SPORT REVIEWED [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN SPORT REVIEWED A comprehensive review of Malayan sport in 1935 appears on pages 16 and 14 of this issue.

REBELS ADVANCE ON TIENTSIN [ARTICLE]

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REBELS ADVANCE ON TIENTSIN Sill Chew Jit Poh Final Demands THREE SEPARATE REGIMES Shanghai, Dec. 28. VEN Yu Keng's militia are advancing" on Tientsin from Tan#ku and Chunliancheng. They are threatening to enter Tientsin, if General Sung Che Yuen, the Governor of Hopei, does not recognise the autonomous government in

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His Evening Drink McCALLUM'S!

EARTHQUAKE IN MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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EARTHQUAKE IN MALAYA MILD TREMOR Felt In Several Districts Singapore, Saturday. DEPORTS continue bo arrive of a mild earthquake shock felt in Mil lava to-day at 0. 17 a.m. As stated in to-day*i Mtlaya Tribune several residents of Katonjr fSingapore) feM distinct shock at that moment and it la said

TO-DAY AT THE SWIMMING CLUB [ARTICLE]

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TO-DAY AT THE SWIMMING CLUB T<HERE is no event at the Singapore Swimming 1 CMb to-day, hut water polo practice matches will he played as usual. til Illltil 'I I I I I I I furniture was seen to move i?nd crockery was hoard rattling. A reader who was in

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Goodwood Park Hotel m Special Curry Lunch Every Sunday $1. Tennis Badminton. Phone 6490. <

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5 A.M. EDITION I S HOME FOOTBALL RESULTS (SEE PAGE 3) S

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ROAD FLOODED JPHE road to Mersing from Johore 'Bahru is flooded at the 66th mile and is impassable to traffic. l|iilii|iiiii|:iini ii !|Ht>lttUtlllllllli!|tllllllllllllltlllllllllU|llfllll»ttlAI

INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS Golden Jubilee Celebrations Bomoay, Dec. 23. AN immense crowd ficwed over th:; adjoining grounds m the opening cf the Golden Jubilee ("--cbraiions of the National Congress held in the ori- j ginal hall cf the Sanskrit School in the presence of four cx-Presicients, includ- j oig the

SHIP ABLAZE [ARTICLE]

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SHIP ABLAZE Fire On Board British India Vessel Bombay. Dec. 28. A fire broke out on the 6,000-ton British India vessel Warfield, while she was laden with cotton, oiicake and wheat in deck and due to sail for London. The entire ship was quickly ablaze and holes had to be

ABYSSINIAN CLAIM [ARTICLE]

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ABYSSINIAN CLAIM Resounding Victory At Abbi Addi Addis Ababa, Dec. 28. A COMMUNIQUE issued to-day claims a resounding victory for Lembien who captured Abbi Addi, inflicted heavy losses and took 100 prisoners Reuter

STUDENTS STILL ACTIVE [ARTICLE]

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STUDENTS STILL ACTIVE Railway Service In China Disorganised Shanghai, Dec. 28. Service on the Lunshai Railway is being run in two section as a result of the occupation of Kaifer>s Statipn by students, who have commandeered ail ths available coaches. Buses are being used for the gap and in the

BRITISH DESTROYERS [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH DESTROYERS Visiting Bangkok Next Month (From Our Own Correspondent) Bangkok, Saturday. Two British destroyers are visiting Bangkok during the week commencing Jan. 16. Dances and sports programmes are being arranged and the visitors are assured of a warm welcome and a good time.

ENJOYABLE FUNCTION [ARTICLE]

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ENJOYABLE FUNCTION Dinner Entertainment Kv Mr?. Lee Choi*! Guan Mrs. Lee CiiQon Guan, M.8.E., who recently returned from Hongkong, entertained about 150 guests at her home Mandalay Villa, last night. Dinner was served on the lawn and a most enjoyable time was spent by those present. A ronggeng was in

THE LAVAL GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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THE LAVAL GOVERNMENT Paris, Dec. 28. Official figures issued to-day show that the motion of m\n-conridence in the Laval Government was rejected by 296 votes to 276. Reuter

HOME RUGBY [ARTICLE]

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HOME RUGBY London, Dec. 28. The following rugby matches were played to-day. Birkenhead Park 47 Blackheath 18 Cardiff 8 Gloucester 9 Guy's Hospital 23 Leicester 0 Northampton 12 Richmond 5 Swansea 21 Neath 3 Heriotonian.s 6 West of Scotland 11 Hal fax 10 Bradford 5 Bristol 0 Devonport Serv 3

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MALAYA'S PREMIER HOTEL THIS WKKK M» ay Friday. C'MKTAIL DANCK 6.30 to 8.15 p.m. DINNER A DANCK (informal) 7.:{0 to midnight Thui ilay and Saturday. ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 5.15 to V.l~> p.m. SPECIAL MNNER DANCE (formal) 9.45 to midnight BOOKINGS CLOSED FOR MOW YEAR'S EVE GALA DINNER AN!) FANCY DRESS BAM..

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"IF MY LIPS WERE UNSEALED" [ARTICLE]

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"IF MY LIPS WERE UNSEALED" PREMIER'S CRYPTIC PHRASE satienal Disclosure GERMANY'S LATEST DEMANDS London. Dec. 28. SPECULATION is rife as to whether intransigent (ierrnan demands lay behind Mr. Stanley Halriuin's cryptic phrase in 11m recent Commons debate: "it my lips were unsealed." The .New York Times* Kuronean correspondent makes the

MASS OF ROARING FLAMES [ARTICLE]

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MASS OF ROARING FLAMES Disastrous Estate Fire In K.L. 'From Our Own Reporter) Ktiafa Lumpur, Satuiday. A.MftHiSl Kstaw, Batu Caves, was tin stem «;t ;i detastrous fire cailv this morning when the smoke house anil \'I.MW !b of rubber wer< tonipletolv destroyed. The fire ciieinuti in the smokehouse ;md burned

HOME FOOTBALL RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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HOME FOOTBALL RESULTS Heavy Scoring SUNDERLAND BEAT ARSENAL lIIAVV seoiiitfc Wtfß the feature of ye* t« rday's be&gve games, fitn% ftoals being scored in the match between Sumleriam'i arid \i i unl, \vhi< h was the eentre of interest and uhi<h Sundt ilaixH won bj 5 4. Derby were, however,

SECOND TEST DRAWN [ARTICLE]

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SECOND TEST DRAWN McCabe'i Mapiificeai THE IILtBHIT. Boiltfa A'.nci V hud to be abandon* i to-d to I.- .in AU- 1 'Uni; h kfri< imi v covery In theh v.in n Hi. V :<•«.:•(!: roijtiibui A li.St!: if.., tin and tmi its I Hit' IOHB ui t i i t

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STRICTLY BETWEEN OURSELVES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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STRICTLY BETWEEN OURSELVES VI i a shock to discover that wo are not as universally popular a we ought to be. Our transparent honesty ifl mistaken for Machiavellian cunur shy reserve is branded as haughty bbishness. Consider, for example, the article in "Gringoure* 1 by Henri Beraud, which created uch

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CHILDREN AND THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS [ARTICLE]

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CHILDREN AND THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS G. S. Hammonds "2* <• »2- -5- -T- -5» -2- -5- -5» -5- -I- -J* <• 2- -5- -I* -5- -I* -5- •J—s- -5- -J- <• •I--5- -5» -J» -J- «2» -J- Pleasures Of The Past— t Making The Best Of It f The

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A Woman Peeps At Singapore. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A Woman Peeps At Singapore. it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 by 1 f our woman I j correspondent i fHRISTMAS this year .seems to have v been more than usually gay, and that for

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Notes From Kuala Lumpur and Fraser's Hill [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Notes From Kuala Lumpur and Fraser's Hill KUALA Lumpur entered thoroughly into the spirit of Christmas on Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday last, and Um places of amusement in the town were packed to the doors with the exception of Christmas Day proper. Christmas Eve at the Majestic wus an event

OUR FRASER'S HILL LETTER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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OUR FRASER'S HILL LETTER THE Christmas influx of visitors has begun, and everything portends a jolly time. Mrs. Paramor, the popular Lady Superintendent, has had, a busy time fitting every one in and many late applicants ior uccomniuaauun nave been disappointed. The Rest House, with a Christmas Tree standing 10

New Hats Are Dashing [ARTICLE]

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New Hats Are Dashing AS long as your hat goes somewhere and does something it is pretty apt to be mighty smart this winter. The dangerous hat is the one which just doesn't make up its mind. For if any one part of the smartly dressed woman's costume must have

LUGGAGE FROM LITTLE'S [ARTICLE]

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LUGGAGE FROM LITTLE'S WITH Christmas safely over a Lot 01 j pe:ple will bo thinking of running i cff somewhere for p. week or so just to change, or to have a rest after r, 11 t! strenuous activity of the post week: And if you are clever about the

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SUNDAY TRIBUNE Singapore: Sunday, Dec. 29, 1935. SHADOWS ON 1936 [ARTICLE]

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SUNDAY TRIBUNE Singapore: Sunday, Dec. 29, 1935. SHADOWS ON 1936 HP! IK ;a has nearly run its three days we shall conn- to the season <»t" good resolutions and, in the ordinary way of things, out with renewed hope and i •v.i'nl' Bat 1d36 approadnes, unhappily, at a time when

THE OUTLOOK FOR 1936: WORLD WAR? [ARTICLE]

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THE OUTLOOK FOR 1936: WORLD WAR? —Malaya's Position: Why Its Cities Lack Culture TWO more days left in the year; and what have we made of 1935? If we had to answer that question individually we would answer it in different ways, each according to his deeds (or his fancied

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Judge On Couple's "Scandalous" Behaviour [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Judge On Couple's "Scandalous" Behaviour WEALTHY MAN NURSE NO DIVORCE "In Interests Of The State" (By Air Mail) London, Dec. 16. CONCERNING the manner in which a wealthy man and a "nursecompanion" carried on while the man's wife was away in Paris, Mr. Justice Buckni!! spoke frankly in the Divorce

TRAP FOR PIRATES [ARTICLE]

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TRAP FOR PIRATES In an ingenious effort to rid neighbouring seas of the pirates who infest them, the Chinese Government has bought the Sunderland steamer U liesmere for £14.000 and has had her fitted in the River Wear for duty as a "mystery ship.' Her hatch covers have been greatly

TOMMY TO BE BOY BLUE [ARTICLE]

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TOMMY TO BE BOY BLUE from fourth column) badge will complete the Tommy's ensemble Of course, the War Office views the change from the practical standpoint of stimulating recruiting, but the fact remains that the ladies' increasing coolness forces the Issue.

TOMMY TO BE A BOY BLUE [ARTICLE]

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TOMMY TO BE A BOY BLUE War Office Plan To Please The Ladies <By Air Mail) London, Dec. 16. Why, oh why, do you look blue? Once I used to laugh at you. But now I'm sighing no use denying, There's no one else but you will do. <Old Song).

TOO FAST! [ARTICLE]

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TOO FAST! New Airplanes Of The R.A.F. 'By Air Mail* London, Dec. 16. BRITAIN'S aircraft manufacturers, asked by the Air Ministry to build highspeed warplanes for the R.A.F. expansion programme, have produced machines with speeds so high thai there are few pilots who can handle them For the first time

SECRET WEDDING [ARTICLE]

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SECRET WEDDING Romance Of Former M.P. 'By Air Mail London, Dec 16 WHEN Colonel R. V. K Appiin, disTf tinguished soldier and former Conservative M.P. for Enfield. described reoentiv his plans for spending the rest of his life in solitude (as revealed in the Sunday Pictorial at the time) he

BRITISH AIR TRANSPORT [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH AIR TRANSPORT Bill To Increase The Suhsi(i\ (By Air M. Londoi ih-, i6 THE Air Ministry to ask Parliament I for authority to mint up to 11.500 000 a year lor the next eight jrean in subsidies to British air transport concerns This is one of three mam points

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A SCOTSMAN LOOKS MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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A SCO TS MA N L OO KS M A L A Y A W. B. Paterson S In Which, The Times S Burg Seasonable, Things Are Slightly Unevenly Mixed Morz Onion Than Sage 9 So To Speak. Never- S theless I Contrive To Throw A Little Light On S

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MORE STAGE SHOWS WANTED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MORE STAGE SHOWS WANTED MALAYAN NOTEBOOK WHY THE S.V.C. MIGHT SUCCEED vas th<> S.Y.C. I I the Victoria Th»-:i eefc that already there I brown out in an attempt ive amateur ar future an;! with jomplished a man as Mr. F. J. K helm it would i] be every chance

Contract Bridge [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Contract Bridge Horatius SLAMMING BY INFERENCE (By TT is not often that a side reaches a grand slam declaration when all four players have bid, but it happened recently during a rubber at my club and what is more, the contract was made. The declaration was actually assisted by the

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ON MALAYA'S BADMINTON COURTS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ON MALAYA'S BADMINTON COURTS Dragon THRILLING HOLIDAY GAMES IN SINGAPORE Malacca And Perak Hadly p. mten Victories liy gig Margins Are Leow Kim Fatt And Mrs. Pennefather The Best Player, In The Country? Sort hern (hampions Surprised Thumbnail Sketches Of Perak's "Stars" (liy BADMINTON history was created at th»- Clerical

ACTIVITIES OF MALAYAN CLUBS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ACTIVITIES OF MALAYAN CLUBS Another Successful Year Completed —Review Of 1935 Tendency To Extend Scope Of Work- -Amalgamation Movement Discontinued Anniversary Celebrations Of Jovial B.P. Items Of Interest (By "Clubman") ANOTHER successful year for j Malayan clubs has almost been completed, and I extend greetings of j the season to

FELL DOWN IN THE STREET [ARTICLE]

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FELL DOWN IN THE STREET Effects of Neuritis Cured by Kruschen rhe effect of neuri ii on tfctfl man was .'.■lfce one. At t.mes .m-1 mm seemed to ko dead, and he lost a!! control of his movements. Hut tha w;«- many a^o. Since then h«- ha- h< Kni-,,}n'n regularly,

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A REVIEW OF MALAYAN SPORT IN 1935 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A REVIEW OF MALAYAN SPORT IN 1935 ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOOTBALL STILL THE MOST POPULAR GAME IVfALAYA has had a very successful sports year and every form of recreation has made vast strides towards improvement. Football still continues to be the most popular game in the country, but badminton, hockey,

"THE BISHOP MISBEHAVES" [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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"THE BISHOP MISBEHAVES EDMUND GWENN AS SLEUTH A Mystery Film WITH HILARITY AND SURPRISE I17HKN a bishop sets out, armed with knowledge gleaned from detective book to be an amateur detective that promises entertainment. And this promise is mor,» than made good in "The Bishop Misbehaves," Metro-tioldwyn-Mayer's new comedy-mystery which

THE STUDIO GATE [ARTICLE]

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THE STUDIO GATE Paradise For Autograph Sec-ten THE array of stars parading each 1 morning through the front gate at Paramount Studio closely resembles a world premiere. Hall the scintillating lights in Hollywood happen to be working at that studio at th? same time. Mac West toddles in with the

THE ROADS TO FILM FAME [ARTICLE]

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THE ROADS TO FILM FAME Discoveries Have Strang: Circumstances IN the words of Jack Benny, the thins which a star has and others lack is a contract. But he laughed when he said it. The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios at Hollywood, where Benny made the remark, is literally alive with stars who

MCLAUREL AND MCHARDY [ARTICLE]

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MCLAUREL AND MCHARDY "Bonnie Scotland" ENLIST IN A SCOTCH REGIMENT WHEN Laurel and Hardy unwittingly enlist in a Scotch re iment about to embark for India, the fun begins in their latest Hal Roach-M.-G.-M. comedy feature, "Bonnie Scotland," which opens at f he Capitol Theatre as a special New Year

BURNS AND ALLEN [ARTICLE]

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BURNS AND ALL EN In Hilarious Fun Film TILDOM'S dizziest, bat bfst loved 1 rair of eorned-'r-ns. Burns and Allen, wiU delight their vast army of fans in their latest Paramount comedy, "H*»re Conifs Cookie" which opens at the Alhambra Theativ-to-day. Bulging with typical and universally familiar Bums and Allen

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TIGER BEER JM^g; J Father is M Proud of Me" Bpfl "I won a medal for jumping. I iF-1 trained a long time to win but ■^SB^ >■ father says training wasn't all." 1 Father: i cs, training helped Junior to win, but his energy— his J$ I strength and

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EAGERLY AWAITED MATCH [ARTICLE]

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EAGERLY AWAITED MATCH Marquez And Eagle OTHER INTERESTING BOUTS (By "K.0.") OROBABLY no other match is being so widely discussed as the Venturr. Marq'iez— Joe Eagle battle, which is due to be staged at the New World Arena on Friday. Jan. 3, under Mr. Bell's promotion. By beating Frank Weber

SINGAPORE TEACHERS WED [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE TEACHERS WED Mr. Lan Gan (hai And I ai »;t;urday. r •»»<- Chine* C Mr La,, 'he tutorial su* 1 Higher School' in K: rai Yih VVi b' iter knov. Mary Tai tcac} Girls' Rerun' Ayei Road, and one of sinea* pore's t) !s 6 Tho W! lemnised befor*

FRIENDLY SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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FRIENDLY SOCCER The following will be chosen to re- present the United Mackenzie Footers at Soccer against Mr. Mok Kim Liat's XI to-day (Sunday* at the C.T.A. ground ißalestier Plain i. Kick off at 5.10 p.m. Jwee Yeow. Antong. Ah Pang, Ah Chew, M. Tamby. Som Mui. Ah Lye, Chang

VISIT OF K.L. TEAM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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VISIT OF K.L. TEAM Holiday Badminton In Singapore t i THE Sunnydalc Badminton Party's couri (belonging to the President' at 27, Cavanagh Road, was the venue of an interesting match between the Sunnydale B.P. of Singapore, and the Students' Badminton Team, of Kuala Lumpur, on Friday Displaying ail-round superiority, the

SINGAPORE GOLF CLUB [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE GOLF CLUB The January Bogey cm petition ill ibe played on Saturday and Sunday. January 4 and 5, 1936. The Ladies Jai uary Bogey competition will be played on Monday. January 6, 1536.

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PENANG TURF CLUB'S GOLD CUP MEETING OPENS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PENANG TURF CLUB'S GOLD CUP MEETING OPENS STRATHPEFFER IN FORM A FINE WIN Sets Op New Record For Mile Race >from Our Own Correspondeni) Penang, Saturday. FINE weather favoured the opening day's races of the Penang Tuf Hub's Gold Cup X'mas-New Year Mt-t -ti» K here this afternoon. The g-oiiij--

PERAK'S DEFEAT OF SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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PERAK'S DEFEAT OF SINGAPORE Tnter-State Rugby A BEAUTIFUL DROP GOAL (From Our Own Reporter) Ipoh, Dec. 28. pERAK beat Singapore here at rug-by to-day by 12 pts. (threa tries and one penalty goal) to 4 pts. (one drop goal). The game started in fine weather but a heavy shower fell

WIT and WISDOM of the WEEK. [ARTICLE]

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WIT and WISDOM of the WEEK. 1 HOPE that after staggering througn Christmas Day, Boxing Day. Han Raya and Saturday, you are still able to sit up and tackle your weekly ration of funny stories. Here goes. CAPTAIN (receiving new apprentice): "Well, my boy. the old story, I sup-pose-fool of

ANOTHER WIN FOR H.M.S. HERMES [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER WIN FOR H.M.S. HERMES Public Services Fail NO THRUST IN HOME SIDE ATTACK Singapore, Saturday. IT M.S. Hermes continued their successful campaign against th^ local rugby clubs to-day by defeating the Public Services "A" at Dunearn Road by the decisive margin of three goals and a penalty god (18

M.C.C. IN NEW ZEALAND [ARTICLE]

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M.C.C. IN NEW ZEALAND Mitchell-Innes Scores 90 Against S. Canterbury Timaru, N.2,., '->ec. 28. South Canterbury made 219 (Allcott 74) Read took four wickets for 44. The MC.C. replied with 21? f wickets, (Parks 58, Barker 50, MitchellInnes 90).— Reuter. The M.C.C. made 182 m their first innings.

BOXING IN K.L. [ARTICLE]

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BOXING IN K.L. Lively Scrap At Bukit Bintang Stadium (From Our Own Reporter) Kuala Lumpur. Dec. 28. AFTER a lapse of many months, local boxing fans were provided with an excellent card at the Bukit Bintan? Stadium when in the main event Joe Diamond beat Battling Gullermo on points It

SOUTH JOHORE BEAT R.A. [ARTICLE]

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SOUTH JOHORE BEAT R.A. (From Our Own Correspondent) lohore Sftturdav. The R.A. iu.°by XV visited Joliom r*> flav to meet the Ront^ ifob*re t??m. Routh Jnhore d^f rated them hv II p:^ (two tries and a goal) to 5 pis. <a goal i

THREE NEW BOXERS ARRIVE [ARTICLE]

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THREE NEW BOXERS ARRIVE To Fi[rhf Under Mr. S.ni/V Promotion Singapore TKR&U r lived I pmUa to da: by the Pn-sidn.--s and, judgin ."om their record: d :> i no u. .»i r; ihowinc when maie their bow to th ft|x>ro ng public undor l€r. S. C. Sen- > i

UNISON B.P. [ARTICLE]

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UNISON B.P. Members are requested to note that A SDecial General Meeting will be held pi ih? residence of Mr Khoo Peck Kim 10, Lorong 34. Geylanp. to-day (Sunday* at 10 a.m. sharp. As this meeting very important, the attendance ol every member is strictly essential

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The Queen Mary's Commander: Chinese Art Exhibition [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Queen Mary's Commander Chinese Art Exhibition Laurel and Hardy in a scene from "Bonnie Scotland," the New Year action at the Capitol. COMMANDER OF THE "QUEEN MARY": Capt. Sir Edgar Britten, who at present commands the "Berengaria" and who his been appointed commander of the giant new Cunard-White Star

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