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The Straits Times, 1 September 1949

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    The Straits Times MALAYA'S LEADING NEWSPAPER: ESTABLISHED 1845 TWELVE PAGES. SINGAPORE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1949. PRICE TEN CENTS.  (18 words)
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  • RETIRED POLICE: INQUIRY CALL [Articles + Illustrations]
    RETIRED POLICE: INQUIRY CALL "Perturbing, Says Malayan Association From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. *JHE Malayan Association this afternoon called for an inquiry into the retirement of Mr. B. M. B. O'Connell, Deputy Commissioner of Police, C.1.D., and Mr. K. J. N. Duthie, Assistant Commissioner of Police, C.1.D., from...  (280 words)
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  • AN ACCUSATION, SAYS RAJAH [Articles]
    AN ACCUSATION, SAYS RAJAH A REMARK about canvassing of Singapore Muni- cipal Commissioners led to a sharp exchange of words at the meeting of Commissioners yesterday. Strong objection was expressed by Mr. A. P. Rajah (South Ward), the Progressive Party leader on the Commission, to what he called "an accusation"...  (525 words)
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  • Repentant Airman Returned [Articles]
    Repentant Airman Returned VIENNA, Wed. ANTOLE Barsov, one of two Russian filers who deserted to the West last year, was handed back to Russian authorities today, an official U.S. announcement said. Barsov had been in the American zone of Austria since August 24, pending completion of negotiations with the Russians....  (128 words)
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  • "DEEP CONCERN" SAYS ONN [Articles]
    "DEEP CONCERN" SAYS ONN f\ATO Onn bin Ja'afar. Mentri Besar of Jehort and v President of UMNO told the Straits Times yesterday that he had "followed with deep concern the number of retirements of trusted and senior officers of the police force in the past twelve months and their replacement...  (466 words)
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  • Red Threat To Railway [Articles]
    Red Threat To Railway CANTON, Wed. CHINESE Communist troops I today slashed to within 30 miles of the Canton-Han- kow railway, lifeline for the i main Nationalist defence for- i i ces for all South China. Should the Communists reach the railway, supplies no longer will be able to move...  (117 words)
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  • LOSING SUPPORT [Articles]
    LOSING SUPPORT BOMBAY, Wed. Communists elements are losing sympathy in Assam. India's north-eastern frontier province, according to Mr. Kali- j presanna Das, a former Com- i munist worker.— A.P.  (29 words)
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  • SEPARATE COUNTERS [Articles]
    SEPARATE COUNTERS CAPETOWN Wed.—Segregation was officially introduced Into the Capetown Post office yesterday. Notices dividing counters into sections for whites and non-whites were displayed. This is part of the Government's announced programme to bring about segregation In all spheres of South African life.— A.P.  (44 words)
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  • A HERO OF HONG KONG [Articles]
    A HERO OF HONG KONG HONG KONG, Wed.- Admiral Sir Andrew Chan Chak, one-legged hero of the World War II evacuation of Hong Kong, died in Canton last night. Admiral Chan was Canton's first post-war Mayor, He was knighted for his services In leading the escape of British officials, after...  (54 words)
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  • GREEK WAR [Articles]
    GREEK WAR ATHENS, Wed. Military j experts say that organised guerilla warfare Is ending in 1 Greece. Reuter.  (18 words)
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  • WORLD SAFETY -BEVIN [Articles]
    WORLD SAFETY -BEVIN SOU! HAMPTON, Wed. ,THE Foreign Secretary, Mr. Ernest Bevln, and the Chancellor of the Excheqner. Sir Stafford Cripps, today boarded the liner Mauretania en mute to Washington to attenti the forthcoming flnan- «lal conference which they described ai "probably one of the moat important missions in history."...  (307 words)
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  • TYPHOON HITS TOKYO [Articles]
    TYPHOON HITS TOKYO TOKYO. Wed.— The worst typhoon in years whipped across Yokohama and Tokyo tonight. Oiant seas lashed the coast. High tides were i piled up by an 80-mile-an-hour wind. First reports said a steam1 er with 50 passengers aboard was lost off the China coast I across Tokyo...  (61 words)
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  • OUTSIDE OUR SCOPE-BLYTHE [Articles]
    OUTSIDE OUR SCOPE-BLYTHE THE possibility of removing "ladles of easy virtue from congregating outside a Singapore bar after they had been dispersed from. Stamford Road and driving them to places out of town was one of the subjects brought up at the adjournment at yesterday's meeting of the Municipal Commissioners....  (184 words)
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  • 'Hong Kong Can Resist Anyone' [Articles]
    'Hong Kong Can Resist Anyone' GENERAL FESTING CLAIMS HONG KONG, Wednesday. THE British garrison in Hong Kong could resist any aggression. Reinforcement of the Colony had cone smoothly and it was now garrisoned with a force "sent with a purpose and as part of a con- sidered plan." This statement...  (345 words)
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  • ANOTHER 5100,000 FOR VARSITY [Articles]
    ANOTHER 5100,000 FOR VARSITY 'P?iE propo»4l by the- Over- &ea-Chin^« Banking Corporation lh five otft of its profits $100,000 to the University of Malaya Endowment Fond was sanctioned at the Bank's annual general meeting yesterday. The managing director, Mr. Tan Chin Tuan one of the honorary treasurers of the fund...  (91 words)
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  • Troops Mass On Yugoslav Frontier [Articles]
    Troops Mass On Yugoslav Frontier BELGRADE, Wed. pUSSIA massed five armoured divisions on the Yugoslav border today and Yugoslavia immediately rushed its representative on the United Nations. Dr. Vilfan to the U.N. headquarters at Lake Success. Dr. Vtlfan left Belgrade by plane shortly after authoritative sources had disclosed that the...  (273 words)
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  • Page 1 Advertisements

    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      QUALITY GIFTS In Cold or Silver U. S. de SILVA Minufacturlnt Jeweller 106, ORCHARD ROAD. VITAMIN RICH BROWN .-rfs-Tir— J&S^^^^Kf} f» anaemic j^Wfy B, AMEURIM |||$|^jF For all the family some Vitamin Rich bread daily is a good health rule. It contains the Vitamin B complex, invaluable for growing children...  (68 words)
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      Ready Today You have been waiting for a GOOD Post-war Directory. This is it The Straits Times DIRECTORY Of Singapore lid Malaya (THE BUKU MERAH) Th« only po»t war Directory witfc M compl.tv jlphab.t.cjl crou-indox «f all information given in the various »ction> of Hi* book. 8.000 ENTRIES 20.000 INDICES...  (67 words)
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
      fI#SMiASMM Crittall Metal Windows ANNOUNCEMENT No. 2 To protect CRITTALL METAL WINDOWS from the corrosive action of the atmosphere, it is •»jential that they are provided with some kind of impervious coating. This coating may be of either paint or metal. The large range of CRITTALL METAL WINDOWS we are...  (115 words)
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  • FOOD COUNCIL TO VOTE ON 'FREE' RICE [Articles]
    FOOD COUNCIL TO VOTE ON 'FREE RICE WASHINGTON, Wednesday. UNRESTRICTED access to the world rice market may be opened to South-East Asian countries soon, following the meeting of the International Emergency Food Council tomorrow to consider the abolition of the allocation method by which rice supplies have been controlled since...  (206 words)
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  • Malaya May Sell Rice From Egypt [Articles]
    Malaya May Sell Rice From Egypt MALAYA'S stocks of Egyptian rice, which local consumers found unpalatable, may be sold to Ceylon. An agency report from Colombo yesterday said that Malaya and Singapore had offered the Ceylon Government 20,000 tons of this rice. In Singapore, however, a Government spokesman said that...  (99 words)
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  • cable Flashes

    • Britain Sinking French Relic Of Trafalgar [Articles]
      Britain Sinking French Relic Of Trafalgar LONDON, Wednesday. THE French warship Implacable, captured at Trafalgar in 1805, Is to be sunk by the British in the Channel. Nelson's flagship Victory and the Implacable are the only survivors of the battle. TJie Admiralty said that the I cost of making tae...  (197 words)
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  • Page 2 Advertisements

    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      NCfnCES S.S. GoYenment 3% 1940 War Lm> 1952-1959 Notice to hereby given that the Transfer Register oi the above loan will be closed from 16th to 30th September. 1949, both dates Inclusive, for the preparation of Interest Warrants. By Order Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporation, Singapore. SOCIAL WELFARE JOHORE APPLICATIONS are...  (579 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
      TENDERS ESTATE OF H. SOMAPAH DECEASED TENDERS FOR COCOANUT PLANTATIONS Written Tenders are Invited for the lease for one year of the following cocoanut plantations belonging to the Estate of H. Somnpah. deceased:— (a) Tampenls 7tt Milestone and Upper Serangoon Road, 6th Milestone: (b) Paya Lebar about sth Milestone opposite...  (462 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
      Lmi S Show*— 3, 6.15 and 9 15 p.m. RICHARD DIX in •BUCKSKIN FRONTinr Opening To-morrow S Shows Only! M.O.M.'s ■■Ml SIC FOR MILLIONS" Son Sept. 4th at 11 a.m. M.O.M.'s "SAN FRANCISCO" REX Jtto" Bahn Last Day: 3.15— 15— 9.15 "JAtIH DI BtATA" in Matey To-morrow: "SPY SMASHES" (A...  (104 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
      ENGLAND'S ISj CIGARETTE yjr Made with rmlinrT?*"' <^are from the best Virginia leaf by a firm whose sskill in blending tobacco has been famous for over a century, these are cigarettes of no ordinary flavour. For those who appreciate perfection in Virginia tobacco, here is as fine a cigarette as...  (281 words)
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  • Kashmir 'A Peril To Asia' Says Truman [Articles + Illustrations]
    Kashmir 'A Peril To Asia' Says Truman WASHINGTON, Wed. rIE United States, as the first step in its new policy for stabilising Asia against Communism yesterday called upon India and Pakistan to settle their dispute over the princely state of Kashmir. President Truman, In letters to the heads of the...  (386 words)
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  • "Karens Stopped Burma Beating Reds" [Articles]
    "Karens Stopped Burma Beating Reds KARACHI, Wednesday. T MAUNG, Burmese Foreign Minister, declared here today that there were no more than 2,000 real Communists in the whole of Burma in his opinion and they were getting no supplies of arms from Russia or anywhere else. "They obtain arms from supplies...  (184 words)
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  • IRON, STEEL PLANS [Articles]
    IRON, STEEL PLANS From Our Own Correspondent BANGKOK, Wed. Plans by which Asian countries could establish and expand iron and steel industries were discussed today by delegates attending the conference of the Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. The E.C.A.F.E. executive secretary, Dr. P. S. Lokanthan, said production...  (89 words)
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  • BIG 4 DEPUTIES DISAGREE [Articles]
    BIG 4 DEPUTIES DISAGREE LONDON, Wed.— The Big Four Deputy Foreign Ministers tonight acknowledged their Inability to draft an Austrian peace treaty by tomorrow's deadline set by the Paris conference of Foreign Ministers,— U.P.  (34 words)
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  • 14 ESCAPE FROM BLAZING BOMBER [Articles]
    14 ESCAPE FROM BLAZING BOMBER WASHINGTON, Wednesday. FOURTEEN airmen parachuted to safety and 1 another was missing last night in the flaming crash of a Super Fortress five miles south-east of Wellpinit, Washington. The 14 men baled out after one of the bomber's four engines burst into flames. The pilot...  (111 words)
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  • Berlin As Capital-One Day [Articles]
    Berlin As CapitalOne Day BERLIN, Wed. THE British Military Gover- nor, General Sir Brian Robertson, asserted that the new West German Government "must support the future capital of the Republic Berlin." "1 am absolutely determined that Berlin, having survived the Soviet blockade, does not fall victim to economic pressure of...  (111 words)
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  • WRITTEN EVIDENCE AGALNSTMANSTELN [Articles]
    WRITTEN EVIDENCE AGALNSTMANSTELN HAMBURG, Wed.— The pile of documents presented by the prosecution in the case against Field Marshal Von Mansteln passed the 100 mark yesterday, There are over 600 to come. In the six days the court has been in session there has been no evidence directly spoken by...  (53 words)
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  • INGRID BEHIND BARBED WIRE [Articles + Illustrations]
    INGRID BEHIND BARBED WIRE iNOnm BERGMAN, Swedish film star, an* Mario Vitale, former fisherman from Salerno, Italy, rehearse a scene from "Land of God" In, which they star. The film is directed by Roberts Rossellini, who is reported to be planning; to marry Miss Bergman.— A.P. picture.  (47 words)
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  • EUROPEAN RECOVERY BY 1952 'NOT SURE' [Articles]
    EUROPEAN RECOVERY BY 1952 'NOT SURE' GENEVA, Wed. nrHILE nine countries were hearing that their Marshall aid would be cut and seven that they would get more, an International Trade Organisation report warned that it was far from sure that Europe will have recovered by 1952. The Interim Commission for...  (206 words)
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  • "Feeling A Way" In Talks On Indies [Articles]
    "Feeling A Way" In Talks On Indies THE HAGUE, Wednesday. rpHE Netherlands-Indonesian round-table discusA sions have so far consisted mainly of feeling a way in the involved political, financial and economic issues at stake. I Dr. Mohammed Rum, leading Republican delegate, said yesterday: "Nothing substantial has come out of all...  (190 words)
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  • GIRLS TOLD: QUIT THE KITCHENS [Articles]
    GIRLS TOLD: QUIT THE KITCHENS MANILA, Wed. THE wife of the U.S. Am- bassador here, Mrs. Dorothy Cowen, told women graduates of the University of the Philippine* yesterday to get oat of the kitchen and accept political responsibility. She said the future is being made by "people who sit in...  (70 words)
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  • Page 3 Advertisements

    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • MALAY SMALLHOLDERS TO I FORM RUBBER ASSOCIATION [Articles]
    MALAY SMALLHOLDERS TO I FORM RUBBER ASSOCIATION From Oar Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. FORMATION of a Malay Rubber Smallholders' Association is being considered to help Malay smallholders take advantage of the gift of $1,000,000 from the Colonial Development and Welfare Fund. This gift, to provide improved rubber planting material...  (227 words)
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  • Singapore To Feed H.K. Troops [Articles]
    Singapore To Feed H.K. Troops FE Government has authorised the Army to procure a nxed quantity of fresh fruit and vegetables in Singapore for troops in Hong Kong, It is understood that present schemes for procurement would guarantee supplies for Hong Kong of 160 tons of potatoes, 18.5 tons of...  (224 words)
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  • $200 FINE FOR INDIAN [Articles]
    $200 FINE FOR INDIAN An elderly Sikh, Veer Singh, who came to Singapore from Calcutta without a landing permit was fined $200 in one First District Court yesterday. It was stated that when the ship on which Veer "Singh was a passenger called at Penang, Immigration officers told him that...  (77 words)
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  • WOMAN SENT TO GAOL [Articles]
    WOMAN SENT TO GAOL From Oar SUIT OrrespoaJent KUALA LUMPUR, Wed.— A 38-year-old Indian woman, Thayammah, was today convicted and sentenced to six months' simple imprisonment in the Kuala Lumpur First Magistrate's court on a charge of living on the earnings of prostitutfou A young Indian girl, Pathl, tcld the...  (75 words)
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  • $500 Fine On Boy 'Used As A Tool' [Articles]
    $500 Fine On Boy 'Used As A Tool' AlO-YEAR-old Chinese boy who earned one dollar a night for carrying chap Ji kl slips, was fined $500 in the Singapore Juvenile Court yesterday. The boy was arrested by the police who found on him chap ji kl slips to the value...  (221 words)
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  • 'KILLED BY 7th MOON DEVILS' [Articles]
    'KILLED BY 7th MOON DEVILS' A MAN giving evidence in the Singapore Coroner's Court yesterday 'blamed the "devils at large during the Chinese seventh mooh" for his wife's death. He was Lee Swee Cheng, a clerk. L»eiß wtte, 26-year-old Sooaf Ah Keog, was found by her nine-year-old daughter with a...  (200 words)
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  • HAD NO LICENCE: FINED $15 [Articles]
    HAD NO LICENCE: FINED $15 From O«f Own C*rresp*odent SEOAMAT, Wed. Found driving a car without a driving licence 31-year-old Loke Yew was fined $15 by the Segarrr&t Magistrate.  (29 words)
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  • TRAINING FOR CUB LEADERS [Articles + Illustrations]
    TRAINING FOR CUB LEADERS PORT DICKSON training camp for Cab leaden from the Federation- L. K. Ben* Studio picture.  (19 words)
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  • Opposition To MCA Branch In S'pore [Articles]
    Opposition To MCA Branch In S'pore HEAR of communal ill-feeling has led to opposition in some quarters of Singapore to the Malayan Chinese Association extending its activities here, its president. Mr. Tan Cheng Lock, said hi an interview yesterday. "I have only to point to our branch in Penang," he...  (164 words)
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  • JOSS PAPER HID CHANDU [Articles]
    JOSS PAPER HID CHANDU Fran Our SUIT Correspondent JOHORE BAHRU, Wed. A WOMAN Customs searcher found 500 packets of chandu hidden among joss paper in a basket belong ing to a woman at the Johore Causeway. Yesterday, Chua Ker was charged in the Sessions Court with attempting to import the...  (69 words)
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  • MALAY COMEDY [Articles]
    MALAY COMEDY Queen's Theatre is showing a first-run Malay musical comedy, Qadis Desa, from the same Indonesian studios which made the box office draw Jaoh di Mata. Indonesia's comedienne Ratna Ruthinah, is the heroine.  (34 words)
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  • MOBILE SHOP FOR CO-OP. STORES [Articles]
    MOBILE SHOP FOR CO-OP. STORES nnHE Singapore Co-operative Stores Society Ltd. is shortly to launch a mobile selling campaign in which a motor-van shop will bring a choice of goods to members on their own doorsteps each morning. Mr. S. M. A. Aldid, Manager of the Society, said the Tan...  (143 words)
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  • "Ceylon Persecuted Me" Says A.C.S.U. President [Articles + Illustrations]
    Ceylon Persecuted Me" Says A.C.S.U. President rIE President of the Singapore Army Civil Service Union, Mr. S. S. Manyam, told the Straits Times yesterday that he was "persecuted" by the authorities during a recent holiday in Ceylon. Mr. Manyam said Ceylonese Customs Officials gave him special attention, Police Officers warned...  (206 words)
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  • RUBBER MAN TO VISIT AUSTRALIA [Articles]
    RUBBER MAN TO VISIT AUSTRALIA Mr. Lee Kong Chlan, a Singapore rubber merchant, leaves for Australia by plane today. He will be away on business for a month during which he will also visit Palembang. Batavla and Borneo.  (38 words)
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  • OFFENCE OUTSIDE POLICE STATION [Articles]
    OFFENCE OUTSIDE POLICE STATION From Ow Own Correspondent SEGAMAT, Wed. Lorry driver Liew Ah Kow was discovered to be without an attendant for his vehicle while driving in front of the Bekok police station. In the Segamat Magistrate's Court yesterday he was fined $15.  (44 words)
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  • Extension Of Sewer Plan [Articles]
    Extension Of Sewer Plan THE first part of a pre-war municipal scheme to provide all Alexandra Road and its outlying areas as far as Tanglin Road with modern sanitation is nearlng completion. The Chief Engineer of the Sewerage Department, Mr. E. R. L. OToole, said yesterday that since the middle...  (124 words)
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    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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  • BRITAIN SUSPENDS TIN EXPORTS [Articles + Illustrations]
    BRITAIN SUSPENDS TIN EXPORTS Temporary Move By Ministry From Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Wednesday. fHE Ministry of Supply has temporarily suspended sales of tin for export. This follows protests from Singapore and New York against the resumption of forward trading in Straits tin without allowing the Singapore market to have...  (388 words)
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  • Police Say 'No Malaya Red Radio' [Articles]
    Police Say 'No Malaya Red Radio' From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. ¥>OLICE headquarters today 1 said they did not place much reliability on recent reports that the bandits were operating a propaganda broadcasting station from somewhere in Malaya. "Wireless plays queer tricks sometimes." said a spokesman "We have...  (153 words)
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  • $3 FOR PARKING [Articles]
    $3 FOR PARKING SEQAMAT, Wed.— Taxi driver Raman Pillai, who failed to park his vehicle in the regular parking area, was fined is 3 by rhf> Sfgamat Magis-  (28 words)
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  • Singapore Diary [Articles]
    Singapore Diary THE SINGAPORE LODC£ THKOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, "How Ideals Influence Our Lives" by Mrs. H. B. Moorhead, 8 Cairnhill Road, 6.30 p.m. ANSON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, Twa Loh Koh practice, 52- A, Silat Road. 7.30 p.m. MALAY FIRST AID CLASSES Kota Raja Malay School, Victoria j Street. 5.30 pjn. Y. M....  (95 words)
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  • SHORT WEIGHT [Articles]
    SHORT WEIGHT Fines totalling $600 were imposed on a Jurong shop assistant, Ong Nam Olan, and the licensee, Ong Km Hock, in the Singapore First District Court yesterday for giving customers short weight in their rice rations.  (37 words)
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  • Gaol & Rotan For Muar Case Men [Articles]
    Gaol Rotan For Muar Case Men From Our Own Correspondent MUAR, Wednesday. TiHE .Muar murder trial ended today. Two brothers Suntong bin Haji Ahmad, aged 22, and Saadon bin Haji Ahmad, aged 13 and their stepbrother, 23-year-old Jasman bin Badron. were found not guilty of murdering a nine-month-old Chinese girl,...  (282 words)
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  • 'Rulers Must Bow To Will Of People' [Articles]
    'Rulers Must Bow To Will Of People' Malay News JL AS lonfc at- the Rulers do not bow to the will of the Malay pecplf the masses will j keep awaj from royalty, says MajlU, the Kuala Lumpur Malay paper in an editorial on Dato Onn's speech to the general...  (252 words)
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  • SIR ANGUS GILLAN [Articles]
    SIR ANGUS GILLAN Sir Angus Gillan, until recently head of the Empire Dl- vision of the British Council and at present visiting Malaya |on his way to Australia as chief representative, will broadcast about the work of the British Council from Radio Malaya at 8.00 p.m. tomorrow.  (47 words)
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  • Driver Commended For S'pore River Rescue [Articles]
    Driver Commended For S'pore River Rescue I IM Teng Guan, a young taxi-driver living in Dixon Road, was commended yesterday by the Singapore Fourth Police Court Magistrate, Mr. M. H. MacDougal, for saving a woman from drowning in the Singapore River. The woman, Chee Yuen Foon, aged 26, of Tanjong...  (194 words)
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  • DID NOT STOP -FINED $40 [Articles]
    DID NOT STOP -FINED $40 The taikong of a motor tongkang, Lim Kirn Thong, waa fined $40 in the Singapore First District Court yesterday for failing to obey the signal of a marine patrol boat at the mouth of the Serangoon River.  (42 words)
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  • C-G's TOKYO FLIGHT DELAYED [Articles]
    C-G's TOKYO FLIGHT DELAYED THE Commissioner-General. Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald, 1 who should have left Singapore yesterday by Air for Japan, has been delayed 24 hours and will leave this morning. The delay will not disrupt his scheduled arrival at Tokyo on Saturday. Instead of having two days in film?...  (75 words)
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  • Page 5 Advertisements

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      ■<■> J Hich, fine tobacco J and the cork-tip J| for c leaner smoking^-5 FROM LONDON, ENQIANP] (orr»rpi, tontfun, liQ ttart /kpYt«t'ofl for Quo'n,. Annual—SALE Commencing September lst*to 30th Make Your Choice Early Drastic Reductions In all lines— Cut Ohuawaie. Cutlery, E.P.N.S. Silver Ware Evening Day H.mdbags, Vanity Cases, Toilet...  (163 words)
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      Thivers^S/ CUSTARD POWDER WARRIOR COFFEE ESSENCE jOF COFFEE CHICORY BAKING POWDER VI H^ m AND OTHER CANNED VEGETABLES WSk /^k IANOtLANOi BUH£«r 4 CO. ITO. MM4MO I^S^Spi^^^^yss^. v C*v«/i A Soi( Ltd T~ ''on. Combt'tt*- C^fO^rf not B-NGLISH r-LECTRIC SLIPPING MOTORS for MINING AND INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES EX STOCK 3 PHASE...  (134 words)
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  • DEATHS [Obituaries]
    DEATHS MORTON. O. M., Assistant TMplng Rubber Plantations Ltd.. only ion of Col. A. D. Morton and Mrs. Morton, as a result of car accident on the TalptngTionir Road on the 28th August, 1949. Deeply regretted. T.OH. Dr. Loh Seng Tai passed away peacefully after a long illness at his...  (113 words)
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  • The Straits Times Singapore, Thur, Sept. 1, 1949 Legislative Council [Articles]
    The Straits Times Singapore, Thur, Sept. 1, 1949 Legislative Council Those of our readers who have not had the good fortune to travel overseas perhaps do not realise what a typically and distinctively colonial institution the Legislative Council Is. In the last year or two Asian residents of this country...  (987 words)
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  • A TORCH BEHIND A ROADSIDE TREE [Articles]
    A TORCH BEHIND A ROADSIDE TREE 'THE other night I had occasion to travel between Batu Anam and Segamat after dark. I was stopped by the police on two occasions, once at Buloh Kasap by a policeman shining a torch In my eyes from behind a tree, and again, just...  (93 words)
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  • SHRINE OF THE GODDESS OF MERCY [Articles + Illustrations]
    SHRINE OF THE GODDESS OF MERCY TAN CHENG LOCK, C.B.E. Malaya's Oldest Chinese Temple— ll By MALACCA'S Cheng Hoon Teng is primarily dedicated to the adoration of the sacred Kwan-Shih-Yin, an image of whom probably of Indian sculpture, cast in almost solid bronze and of about two feet in height...  (1265 words)
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  • MAN-IN-THE-STREET

    • "Kajang gang loses 18 men:" How many more? [Articles]
      "Kajang gang loses 18 men:" How many more? •JHE Straits Times of Aug. 27 published a report of a Press conference in Kuala Lumpur headed: "GRAY TELLS OF BLOWS AT BANDITS: KAJANG GANG LOSES 18 MEN." At the end of the report, Mr. Gray is quoted as saying: "The overall...  (571 words)
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    • IN EMPRESS PLACE [Articles]
      IN EMPRESS PLACE WHOSE of us who lollowA ed the discussions on the "Recondo" process of resurfacing roads in Singapore will remember that the Municipal Engineer recommended that this work would be best done if put out to contract. Our Municipal fathers ruled otherwise, and the job now nearing completion...  (141 words)
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    • VIEWPOINTS [Articles]
      VIEWPOINTS "Walking along a crowded Singapore pavwnant the other day, I asked myself If anything looked worse than a fat man la •horU." Ann Rooky fat the StratU Times, August 37. What can be worse Than a fat man in shorts, Ann Rooky asks. The male reader retorts To this...  (98 words)
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  • Page 6 Advertisements

  • $2,000,000 EXTRA FOR MUNICIPALITY [Articles + Illustrations]
    $2,000,000 EXTRA FOR MUNICIPALITY Commissioners To Recruit Women Clerks BECAUSE of the difficulty of getting men foi clerical posts, the Singapore Municipality, as a temporary measure, is turning to women with the requisite qualifications. This means that more women will be employed in the future. This is the effect of...  (631 words)
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  • SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS [Articles]
    SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS The closing date for applications for the 1950 Australian Scholarship and Fellowship awards to Asian students In British SouthEast Asia territories has been extended to Sept. 5, Instead of Aug. 31, as previously announced. Details and application forms may be obtained on application at the Colonial Secretary's Office.  (50 words)
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  • RUBBER BOARD TALKS IN SECRET [Articles]
    RUBBER BOARD TALKS IN SECRET From Our Staff Correspondent rtUALA LUMPUR, Wed. THE first arbitration board in the history of the rubber industry will hold its meetings in secret. The board, which is to arbitrate in the tappers' bonus cuts deadlock, is expected to start its work under the chairmanship...  (299 words)
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  • DEATH Of COLONY DOCTOR [Articles + Illustrations]
    DEATH Of COLONY DOCTOR DR. LOH SENG TAX, a founder of the Singapore branch of the World Red Swastika Society, an international charitable organisation died at the age of 67 on Tuesday. Dr. Loh was vice-president of the Society. A graduate of the King Edward VII College of Medicine, he...  (107 words)
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  • FINGER PRINTS FAILED [Articles]
    FINGER PRINTS FAILED WHEN a $3,950 car stolen from a garden In Buklt Timah was recovered recently, It was discovered that there were two sets of finger prints on It. One set were those of a motor car repairer, Kannusamy Arunasalam, who had repaired the car previously. Kannusamy was sent...  (102 words)
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  • COLONYTB DRUGS LOST IN TRANSIT [Articles]
    COLONY TB DRUGS LOST IN TRANSIT A PACKAGE of B.C.G. anti-tuberculosis vaccine sent from Paris to the Singapore Anti-Tubercu-losis Association has been reported missing in air transit. The consignment, sent from the Pasteur Institute in Paris, contains sufficient of the vaccine to innoculate 5,000 people against TJ3. The Director of...  (154 words)
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  • ON LONG LEAVE [Articles]
    ON LONG LEAVE TELUK ANSON, Wed.— Dr. G. A. F. R. Gibson, medical officer, Lower Perak, accompanied by Mrs. Gibson and child, left by air today for Britain on long leave. He Is succeeded by Dr. K. Rajaratnam.  (38 words)
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  • L-Day.Will Be Sept. 12 [Articles]
    L-Day.Will Be Sept. 12 SINGAPORE school children will have a holiday on Sept. 12 when the Colony will celebrate Commemoration Day. The Governor of Singapore, Sir Franklin Glmson, will broadcast to the schools at 9.30 o'clock In the morning. This will be followed by a special feature with recording of...  (138 words)
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  • 71 People Missing In Two Months, 52 Now Traced [Articles]
    71 People Missing In Two Months, 52 Now Traced piFTY-TWO out of 71 persons reported missing in 1 May and June were- traced by the Singapore police, said the C.I.D. Chief, Mr. D. K. Broadhurst, yesterday. Those still missing included 11 women and two girls. Mr. Broadhurst said that 16...  (155 words)
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  • Total Horn Ban For City Area [Articles]
    Total Horn Ban For City Area BY a majority, Singapore Municipal Commissioners yesterday confirmed a decision that horn sounding be totally prohibited in the heart of the town, and be prohibited in the entire Municipal area between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. I a move Dy mt. o.i.u. Aisagoff (Nominated)...  (171 words)
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  • Future Board Of Trade [Articles]
    Future Board Of Trade THE Economic Affairs De- partment would become the Board of Trade of a selfgoverning Singapore, said Mr. Andrew Gilmour, speaking at the V.M.C.A. last night. "My ideal of an Economic Affairs Department is one which functions quietly and interfere as little as possible with the business...  (85 words)
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  • COMMISSIONERS WILL BE HEARD [Articles]
    COMMISSIONERS WILL BE HEARD npHE President of the MuniX cipal Commission, Mr. W. L. Blythe, told members yesterday that he had written to the Municipal Electrical Engineer asking whether it was possible for him to arrange loudspeakers and microphones in the Municipal CouncU Chamber. Mr. Sandy G. Pillay (Prog. City...  (93 words)
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  • TRIBUTE TO MR. W. DUNCAN [Articles]
    TRIBUTE TO MR. W. DUNCAN npRIBUTES were paid at the X Commissioners' meeting yesterday to the Municipal Secretary, Mr. Wallace W. Duncan, who is retiring after 19 years' service. The President. Mr. W. L. Blythe, said Mr. Duncan joined the Municipality in 1930 as an assistant, and later became assistant...  (173 words)
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  • tEALROAD PLANNING [Articles]
    tEALROAD PLANNING ADDRESSING the Singapore Rotary Club yesterday, Mr. S. H. Peek, who was once Land Commissioner in the International Settlement of Shanghai, said there was need for "some real road planning" in the Colony. Mr. Peek said the Municipality had powers under Its ordinance to carry out road making...  (122 words)
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  • RURAL WATER RATE DISCUSSED [Articles]
    RURAL WATER RATE DISCUSSED Fthe Singapore Rural Board were to turn over to the Municipal Commissioners the water rate of two per cent, its levies In respect of properties In the rural area, it might be possible to supply water to rural resl- dents at rates charged in the Municipal...  (140 words)
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  • NO WATER OR LIGHTS FOR S.I.T. HOUSES [Articles]
    NO WATER OR LIGHTS FOR S.I.T. HOUSES "An Absolute Shame" THE Municipal President, Mr. W. L. Blythe. yesterday gave an assurance that more standpipes would be provided for the artisans' settlement at Kirn Keat Road. Mr. Blythe was replying to an adjournment plea by Mr. C. F. J. Ess (Prog....  (326 words)
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  • HURT CHARGE [Articles]
    HURT CHARGE KUALA LUMPUR, Wed.— Bail of $300 In two sureties was today offered an Indian, Karunakutty, who was charged in the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court with causing grievous hurt to a Malay. The case was postponed to Sept. 8.  (40 words)
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  • 2,000 T.B. PATIENTS A MONTH [Articles]
    2,000 T.B. PATIENTS A MONTH A FTER the opening of its new treatment centre, U?e Singapore Antl-Tuberculnsis Association expects to M treating up to 2,000 patients each month. The new treatment centre, which adjoins the present diagnostic clinic In Tanjonj Pagar Road, opens tomorrow. The Director of the Singapore Anti-Tuberculosis...  (204 words)
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  • Page 7 Advertisements

    • Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      i nAtfYRTTON i r^^^^^^n-^^^^^^MHflM^Vf^Rl^^BUf The X HERRINGS FRESH or in TOMATO SAUCE AGENTS C E MORTON (MALAYA) LTD. Singapore Kuala Lumpur Penang YOU con save a life by becoming a BLOOD DONOR ENROL NOW Your health will not be affected. For details apply to General Hospital Blood Transfusion Service Phone...  (58 words)
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    • Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      CHECKED GINGHAM The Ideal fabric for Children** Wear. Also suitable for Ladies Morning Dresses. Available in Grounds of Red, Green, Blue and Dark Blue 36" WIDE $1.60 YARD ROBINSONS RAFFLES PLACE 6 S'POr.E  (33 words)
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  • Straits Times Thursday Magazine

    • What is SATA? [Articles + Illustrations]
      What is SATA? THE Singapore Anti-Tu-berculosis Association, modelled on the national anti-tuberculosis associations which have done such good work In Britain and the United States, came into existence in June. 1947. Its aim is to assist the public in the prevention, recognition and treatment of tuberculoses, the Colony's most prevalent...  (177 words)
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    • Mrs. Wu visits SATA SINGAPORE'S FIGHT AGAINST T.B. [Articles + Illustrations]
      Mrs. Wu visits SATA SINGAPORE'S FIGHT AGAINST T.B. Frank W. Robinson By \|RS. Wu can't read. 11 She had heard about S.A.T.A. from her neighbour, Mrs. Li in, who lives in the group of wooden huts whicli lie near a swamp six miles from Raffles Place. The day Mrs. Wu...  (860 words)
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    • Fishing for giant jew-fish off Penang [Articles]
      Fishing for giant jew-fish off Penang YOU don't have to go to the Gulf of Mexico to enjoy all the thrills of deep-sea fishing, for along the coastline of Malaya, all the facilities exist for full enjoyment of this sport. With the sea at your doorstep and boats at your...  (432 words)
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  • Page 8 Advertisements

    • Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      S^ STANDARD %iupiad The new Standard (2 LITRE) Vanguard is designed to provide at a moderate price, the best in modern car performance and appearance. The all-steel body will seat 6 people in comfort, with ample accom modation in the rear for luggage. Its overall dimensions, however, are such that...  (129 words)
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    • Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      The look of beauty more fhan ordinary prettiness. It's also the serene, unruffled l(%S^k look that comes from a restful mind. yjj-j^ t^TjvW^\ Pots* can alway* be yours Ov" fflf^*ip with Modess. Waterproof b.urking V^ W^^ gives confidence, rounded endi and X^tfiSMulliuw (Ides can't show, and Modess stays soft /'2r^%XafllM^>...  (127 words)
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  • Page 8 Miscellaneous

    • Page 8 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
      STRAITS TIMES CROSSWORD ,-mv ji Muiupi** of Bingt <». CROSSWORD No. 193 t Ev«*icc» <11>. alt ttmpeif tanning O-»- nmmium i i. i i. i ip i" i.- i i_ lhjuwjiu t Cover with cloth v KUaa lot dwnical pro- fl 1 I I 1 II I I t. Ott...  (177 words)
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  • A KEDAH WEEKEND [Articles + Illustrations]
    A KEDAH WEEKEND KATHARINE SIM By COMEWHERE o v t over the Indian Ocean a colossal black cloud gathered, and at the hack of it a furious wind was strengthening. All the morning in Penang the heat pressed down encasing us In its damp, cotton-wool folds; at last, lunch-time and...  (1664 words)
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  • Alliance to hold an exhibition [Articles]
    Alliance to hold an exhibition From A Correspondent IN Singapore newly 1 founded societies do not always become permanent but the prospects of the Alliance Francaise de Malaisie seem rosy, since it fills a gap in our cultural life and friends of France are so numerous in Singapore. On Wednesday,...  (287 words)
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  • Page 9 Advertisements

    • Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      t^% GotßP* ,heO ttO »otk I^— snr I PV> v* TN >TVv^ 1 I( <fl\ I 1 ill •Vyl*** Lpoti C* 1 %t» Li«h.*ni Top pr In cr.««.n« trOk *-Ry b* boot for h«*» I 'mi ill iI "t J!T??B^W3P!SI?^ SINGAPORE-MALACCA- SEREMBAN- K. LUMPUR- IPOH- KNANG BUTTERWORTH  (47 words)
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    • Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      a tittle HARHm a let of HUITH A POOD AS WELL AS A Q^\ FLAVOURING first and foremost, MARMITB does yon good. It is t jrem attract deb to Vitamin Ba the food that build* bodily tineas and resistance to illness. And MARMTTE is delicious j use it as a...  (290 words)
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  • Page 9 Miscellaneous

    • Page 9 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
      w^B i!% Bui Redoubles are rare]? UMd at duplicate bridge, because It is usually good enough to fulfill a mere doubled contract. In today's deal, however, the redouble played a vital role. North, dealer. Neither side vulnerable. Match-point duplicate. f\6» «p «*a*«t ftsx a j 10 mmsi QJi 10 t...  (103 words)
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    • Page 9 Miscellaneous Column 2 [Miscellaneous]
      against them that they did not double the slam contracts. At one table, however, the North-South bidding was less impressive and, luckily enough {or them, West "Ml." The auction vent: North last Sawth West Pibm Pus 1 dla. rasa 1 spade Pas* S elabs Pass lelnbsf!) Pass Pas. Doublet!) ■t4owble...  (150 words)
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  • Commercial And Shipping News

    • Economic Future Not So Bright [Articles + Illustrations]
      Economic Future Not So Bright WITH the throttling effect of exchange control on entrepot trade and the ruinous drainage on finances as a result of the emergency, it would be wishful thinking to hope that the economic future would be as relatively bright as it had been, declared the chairman...  (263 words)
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    • LONDON STOCKS [Articles]
      LONDON STOCKS F'LIXJWINO were the closing middle prices of selected stocks as supplied to the Straits Times by special arrangement with the Financial Times. (Unless otherwise marked shares are of £1 denomination. The quotations are dealers middle prices) LOAM Consols 73H Funding 4% 1960-90 108 V* War. 3^4% 95H BAILS...  (283 words)
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    • SHIPPING IN PORT [Articles]
      SHIPPING IN PORT SHIPS in port alongside the Singapore Harbour Board wharves yesterday (godowns in brackets) were:— Main Wharf: Slngep (33-34), Rempang (36), Benvorllcb (3839), Sitsen (40-41), Eumaeus (42' 43). Weat Wharf: Blitar (1-2), Bentong (3), Java (6-7), Talabot (89), Asphalion (11). Denbighshire 05-16), Rajah Brooke (18). Empire Dock: Sirdhana...  (111 words)
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    • FURTHER DEMAND FOR TIN SHARES [Articles]
      FURTHER DEMAND FOR TIN SHARES From Our Market Correspondent VUITH London a steady market, there were again buying orders for certain selective tin issues yesterday. Industrials were steady, while rubber shares came m for some attention. Price changes announced by the Malayan Sharebrokers' Association were: INDUSTRIALS Bayers Sellers 8.8. Petrol...  (172 words)
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    • New York Rubber [Articles]
      New York Rubber In U.S. cents per lb., closing nominal: Aug. 29. Aug. 30 R.S.S. (Spot) 16", 17% Market: Steady.  (20 words)
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    • RUBBER MARKET EASES [Articles]
      RUBBER MARKET EASES AFTER opening firm yester- day morning on business advices from both London and New York, the Singapore rubber market eased on some profit-taking and forward selling by producers. The market was quiet at the close. Closing prices yesterday were: No. 1 sheet f.o.b. buyer 36 V 2...  (132 words)
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    • London Rubber [Articles]
      London Rubber No. 1 R.S.S., c.i.f. European basis ports, In pence per lb. closing. Aug. 39. Aug. 30. Sept. buyer 1013/16 10% Sept. seller 10 15/16 10 15/16 Sept.-Oct. buyer 10 13/16 10 13/16 Sept.-Oct. seller 10 15/16 10 15/16 Oct.-Nov. buyer 10 13/16 1013/16 Oct. -Nov. seller 10 15/16...  (52 words)
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    • LESS SYNTHETIC FOR TYRES [Articles]
      LESS SYNTHETIC FOR TYRES From Oar Own Correspondent LONDON. Wed. REPORTS persist that compulsory percentages of general purpose synthetic, required in certain tyres under legislation will be eliminated or at least materially reduced, says the India Rubber Journal's Warhington correspondent. He adds tnis would be in line with the attitude...  (185 words)
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  • Page 10 Advertisements

    • Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      MANSFIELD tfg CO., LTD. (Incorporated in Singapore) BLUB FUNNEL LWI STRAITS STEAMSHIP CO., Carrier's eptloe te prseeesl trie otfcei LTD. pert te load e*M) eDsckarge cargo W|J COAST MALAYA SAILINCS FROM UK U-» A J^J JJfl^, 1 Tw »ee WeetS, Polyph.mus trom Cont Sept I Vessel foi Port Dickson Weekly...  (1140 words)
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    • Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      PRESIDENT LINER SAILINGS TO NEW YORK AND BOSTON VIA CEYLON INOIA ECYPT AND MEDITERRANEAN PORTS S pore P Sham Peoang Pres. Harding 11 Aug./ 6 Sept. 7/8 Sept. 9/12 Sept. 1 Pres. Van Buren 15/19 Sept. 20/21 Sept. 22/25 Sept. Pros, tefferson 28 Sect./4 Oct. 3/6 Oct. 7/10 Oct. Willamett....  (335 words)
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    • Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
      EAST ASIATIC LINE SAILINCS FROM SCANDINAVIA U X./ SAILINCS TO CONTINENT/ CONTINENT SCANDINAVIA m.s "Mor.lia" dv. abt. S.pt. 6 Yokohama" 1 H K Kot># Loading at Singapore. Port Sw.ttenham Penang m.( "Selandia' dye abt Sept If for Saigon Bangkok I m.s. "Mongolia" due abt. Sept. C m.s "Kambodia' due abt....  (368 words)
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    • Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
      MoALISTER <5c CO., LTD. (Incorporated in Singapore) ELLBRMAM 80. I KLAVENESS UNS LONDON HAVRE ANlw^P LOS ANCELES. SAN FRANCISCO, T^DAM "'hAMBURC TLAM /rfST Accepting cargo for Central ft South C,T, O* .VANSVILLt J SSS s'CVi.. H Sham Penang I Spore P Sham r'enang U-18S.pt 19.20 Sept. 2122 Sept. C. 26-27/3...  (949 words)
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  • 157 ENTRIES FOR MAAA MEETING MEETING [Articles]
    157 ENTRIES FOR MAAA MEETING MEETING Malaya 's ßiggest A thletic Festival By JOHN MARKS. f* RANTED good weather on Friday and Saturday, the Malayan athletic championships, the first after six years, will be memorable, for never in the history of athletics in Malaya has there Been such Interest hi...  (995 words)
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  • NEE SOON B.K | [Articles]
    NEE SOON B.K The following will represent Nee Boon BP. in a return badminton match against Kerry Union BP. at the Happy World covered stadium at 7.00 p.m. tonight: Wee Teng Hoe, Bak Chua. Sallah, Chla Eng Ouan, George Tan, Iim Ong Huat. Cheong Eng Leoog, Ong Bong Soo, Khoo...  (59 words)
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  • BORNEO CO. S.C [Articles]
    BORNEO CO. S.C Tne following will play for Borneo Co. Ltd. Sports Club In a KJCcer match against Sime, Darby Sports Club at Fort Canning Ground today: Rajlman. C. Kang, Cousins, J. Campbell, Verrall, Rozario, Moin, Samrl, Jameson, Salleh and Tan. Reserves, Stevens and May.' 1  (46 words)
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  • S.C.C HOCKEY [Articles]
    S.C.C HOCKEY The Singapore Cricket Club hockey team will hold a practice match to-morrow. A team will be choren after thta game to represent the Club in their first Club fixture t> be played on Sept,  (36 words)
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  • NEW CAPTAIN [Articles + Illustrations]
    NEW CAPTAIN Johore Bahru, Wed. Mias E. A. Henderson hu been elected captain of the women's section of the Royal Johore International Golf Club In place of Mrs. L. V. J. LAvllle, who was left for the United Kingdom. SCARLET TIGER 11, (Harper), resisted a late challenge from Charlemagne to...  (77 words)
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  • OLYMPIC VILLAGE9 FOR M.A.A.A. MEET [Articles]
    OLYMPIC VILLAGE 9 FOR M.A.A.A. MEET From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. rALA LUMPUR'S Victoria Institution is being converted into a little "Olympic Tillage" for the athletes taking part in the Malayan A. A. A. championships this week-end. Class rooms have been converted into dormitories with beds loaned by...  (226 words)
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  • SOCCER PROBLEM AND ANSWER [Articles]
    SOCCER PROBLEM AND ANSWER T AST week's soccer proL blew set by HaUidon was: "State what action should be taken if an opposing player attempts to kick the ball when It is held by the goalkeeper. Answer: This is an offence under Law 12 (j), and amounts to dangerous play....  (99 words)
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  • TO DEFEND TITLE [Articles]
    TO DEFEND TITLE CINCINNATI, Wed.— Promotor Bam Becker announced yesterday that Ezzard Charles would defend his National Boxing Association world heavyweight boxing title against Joe Maxim, of Cleveland, here In November. Reuter.  (32 words)
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  • Back-Room Boys Of Football [Articles]
    Back-Room Boys Of Football By HALLIDON FOOTBALL'S Back-room Boys number many hundreds and are to be found all over the world. Wherever Football is organised into League or Cup competitions, the organisation is for the most part carried through by these devoted and loyal adherents of the game. Seldom do...  (466 words)
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      IR£X -todan 11 1.45 4.00 6.30 9.30 IT'S DYNAMITE THE WAY SINCLAIR LEWIS MC U'c 9a. JS K^^aW "U'm 5 ml i rtril« renk>n W I^C| of Sinclair LewfaT^^^^ biting beat aellerl A -it SPENCER LANA TOTlfiltp|| •THt «c™. o. o. -onth, n« DRAKE ASTOR DEKkER iovt sroai or mt...  (226 words)
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      ES^^^Z|^^^3^^^^^^^3S| ONOAPOM 10.00 News from Kuala Lumpur; 10. OS Close; 13.00 Programmes In Malay; 1.00 Lunch-time music; 1.30 News (also at 7 and 9.30 1; 2.00 Close; 6.00 Programme Summary; 6.02 Children's Programme; 6.20 Calling All Hospitals; 7.10 This Is Communism; 7.15 Singapore Share Market Report; 7.30 Glenn Miller Joe...  (87 words)
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      Programme (As Singapore); 1 00 2.00 English Programme (A* S'pore); 2.00 Close; 6.00 Programme Summary; 8.02 Y.A F.I.; 7.10 This la Communism; 7.15 Share Market Report, 7.30 Famous Jan and Swing Combinations; 8.00 Forum of U.e Air; 1.30 Thursday Symphony; 9.4S American Favourites; 10 -SO Happy Anniversary; 11.00 Close. B....  (82 words)
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      Dutch, 9.00 Kuoyu; 9.30 Burmese; 9.45 Engli&h; 10.00 Radio News Red; 10. IS 'London Studio Concerto'; 10.48 'Genera Jy Speaking; 11.00 D»nce Music; 11.15 •SpecUl Dispatch; 11. M Haws; 11.45 light Mudc; 13.00 Cliw. AUSTRALIA 6.34 pjn. Force* Favourite*; 6.00 The Swine Bbow. CM Oversea* Jk Australian N»wi (alw at...  (85 words)
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  • TWO UPSETS IN THRILLING DAY AT BUKIT TIMAH [Articles + Illustrations]
    TWO UPSETS IN THRILLING DAY AT BUKIT TIMAH EPSOM JEEP Judge Calls For Photo In Three Races By THREE thrilling photo-finishes, a couple of upsets by Scarlet Tiger II ($77)) and Lucky Star II ($64) and a spectacular grand-stand finish by Kentucky Derby highlighted yesterday's racing at Bukit Timah, the...  (2186 words)
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  • Army Enter Round 2 Unbeaten [Articles]
    Army Enter Round 2 Unbeaten COMMUNITY SOCCER THE Singapore Amateur Football Association's Community League competition has now entered the second round and Army remain the only unbeaten side. They have so far played eight games for a total of 15 points— the only point they surrendered being to Combined R.A.F....  (285 words)
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  • U.K. SCHOOLBOYS v.INDIANS TODAY [Articles]
    U.K. SCHOOLBOYS v.INDIANS TODAY A cricket match has been arranged between the U.K. Schoolboys XI and the Indian Association Schoolboys today at Baleatler Plain. UK team mill be: D. Abbott. B. Clement*. J. Clements, J. D'Cotta. D. Dunlop. R. Leonard, A. Martin, R. Strickland. N. Strickland. P. WUklns and D....  (51 words)
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  • OFFICERS' CLUB WANT FIXTURES [Articles + Illustrations]
    OFFICERS' CLUB WANT FIXTURES The Tanglin Officers' Tennis Club wish to play friendly fixtures with teams of six or eight on any Saturday afternoon, fixtures to Include mixed events, men's singles and doubles. Will those interested pleaae contact Hon. Sec, R. E. Office. York Road, Alexandra. M AWI keeps Shining...  (68 words)
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  • Big Sweep [Articles]
    Big Sweep Total Pool: $191,011. Ist. Prise: No. XXXXX1 ($85,968). 2nd Price: No. XXXXX4 ($42,984). 3rd Prize: No. XXXXX0 ($23,880). Starters ($2,985 ?ath) Nos. XXXXX9, XXXXX8, XXXXX4, XXXXX0, XXXXX4, XXXXX7, XXXXX7, XXXXX6. CONSOLATION PRIZES $1,432 each: Nos. JXXXXX, XXXXX6, XXXXX2, XXXXX8, XXXXX9, XXXXX8, XXXXX5, XXXXX0, XXXXX3, XXXXX8. DOUBLE TOTE The...  (65 words)
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  • HUTTON'S 3,000 [Articles]
    HUTTON'S 3,000 SCARBOROUGH. Wed. Len Hutton, Yorkshire and England opening batsman, when reaching 54 against M.C.C. today, completed 3.000 runs In a season for the first time in his career.— Reuter.  (31 words)
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  • S.E. Asia Soccer Tourney Planned [Articles]
    S.E. Asia Soccer Tourney Planned A SOUTH East Asia soccer tournament embracing Malaya, India, Burma, Thailand, Indonesia, IndoChina, Philippine Islands and Hong Kong may be held in the near future. The project has been discussed by many soccer enthusiasts and to see whether this is feasible, Mr. Choo Seng Quee,...  (269 words)
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  • Indians To Play Barefooted [Articles]
    Indians To Play Barefooted THE All-India soccer team which will visit Singapore in October for a series of games will play bare- footed. Comprising the star soccer players of the country, the team will leave Calcutta by the Rajula on Oct. 2 and are scheduled to arrive her on Oct....  (117 words)
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  • BARDHAN TROPHY SOCCER FINAL [Articles]
    BARDHAN TROPHY SOCCER FINAL The final of the Malayan Indian inter-state soccer competition between Penang and Negri Sembilan will be played on the T.P.C.A. ground at Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, Sept. 10. This competition which is for Dr. Bardhan's trophy was first started In 1939. Prior to the war only...  (87 words)
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  • TANGLIN CLUB [Articles]
    TANGLIN CLUB In the only tie played off yesterday at the Tanglin Club tournament, MaJ. Greenwood and D awes beat Bembroke and Nathan j 7-3, 9-7 In the quarter-final of the men's handicap doubles. Today's ties are: H'cap mixed doubles: Droogleever and Mrs. NUslm v. Lt.-Comm. and Mrs. jHearn; men's...  (59 words)
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  • SINGAPORE TIDES [Articles]
    SINGAPORE TIDES TODAY: 5.07 a.m. (7ft. Sin) and 4.18 p.m. (Bft. 31n). TOMOKROW: 7.15 a.m. (7ft. lin.) and 5.34 p.m. (Bft.).  (21 words)
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  • NEIL FRANKLIN SIGNS ON AGAIN [Articles]
    NEIL FRANKLIN SIGNS ON AGAIN LONDON, Wed. AFTER a dispute lasting five weeks, Neil Franklin, England's centre half, today signed on again for Stoke City Football Club. Franklin will be provided by the Club with a house in the country near Stoke. From Monday next he will act as the...  (59 words)
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  • Tigers Win 3-Nil At Bangkok [Articles]
    Tigers Win 3-Nil At Bangkok From Our Own Correspondent BANGKOK, Wed. TPHE touring Singapore x football team, the Tiger S.A. playing their first game in Bangkok, scored a clear three-goal win over the Siamese Chaisod XI before a capacity crowd at the National Stadium yesterday. The visitors gave a sparkl*...  (168 words)
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  • UNITED LADS B.P. [Articles]
    UNITED LADS B.P. The following will represent United Lads B.P. against Ambet 8.P., in a return match at th* former's coort, on Sunday at 7.30 a.m.: Willie Tay. Lim Choon Watt, Wee Teck Yean. Robert Lim, Teo Kok Hwee, Tay Soy Bah and Lim Hu Beng.  (46 words)
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  • TODAY'S SOCCER [Articles]
    TODAY'S SOCCER r-L\NS meet R.A.F. Combined In a B.A.F.A. inter-Community league match at Jalan Beser Stadium today. OTHER SPORT IN PAGE ELEVEN  (22 words)
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