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The Straits Times, 28 August 1938

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THE SUNDAY TIMES THE LEADING SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN MALAYA FINAL EDITION No. 349 Sunday, August 28, 1938 Price 10 Cents. THE SUNDAY TIMES The Leading Sunday Newspaper In Malaya No. 349 Sunday, August 28, 1938 Price 10 Cents.

DEFIES SULTAN FOR LOVE [ARTICLE]

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DEFIES SULTAN FOR LOVE Family's Opposition Trengganu Tungku To Wed English Girl ALLOWANCE IS CUT OFF, SPORTS CAR SOLD "She Will Give Up All To Live With Me" (From Our Own Correspondent) London, Saturday. A LTHOUGH he possesses only £4 and the clothes he is wearing, the Tungku Mahmud of

FOR HOLLYWOOD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FOR HOLLYWOOD Mr. W. b. Bagshaw oj Blythe, Notts, with his dog Glyn. who carried off the champtom <X ip prize at the Hope Valley (Derbyshire) sheep dog trials. The dog be<:ame famous in an English film. Glyi, is going to Hollywood to appear in American films.

BIRTH CONTROL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BIRTH CONTROL Two thousand scientist* from all over the world attended the 107ih annual assembly of the British Asm at Cambridge. Here is Dr Slopes, famous cuihority on birth control, with he son, Harry i Stones-Roe, at Ca7nbr:dge.

N.I. Chinese Red Cross Men Shot By Enemy [ARTICLE]

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N.I. Chinese Red Cross Men Shot By Enemy •r:iKl.i-: menlber:» the Java Chinese lied Cr«ss Ambulance Corps have been wounded while rescuing wounded Chinese soldiers under fire, reports Reuter. The 1 Java Chinese Ambulance Corps irgsnixed by Dr. Kwa Tjoen-sloej v lih the co-operation of leading Netherlands firm* and sympathisers.

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES (front Oar O»n Co: ifspondftiLi London. .uurda\ ■■AIM OIL: Malayan in hulk (nominal) lI.V GOLO: Is. B<L SILVKK: Spot I■' I ltd.; I mills. 19Nd. COTTON: «.77d EXCHANGES: Nm York 1.87 71M Oilier i ommodiilrs and exchanges an- Cliangrd from Friday. V\TIRI>\YS I.WAI. (LOSING QIOT\- >v- u:i IN

Dollar Line Control Passes To Government [ARTICLE]

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Dollar Line Control Passes To Government THE United States Maritime Commission has obtained a controlling; interest in Dollar Steamship Lines, Inc., under an agreement signed last week, states a cablegram received by the Singapore office of the company yesterday. After all terms of the agreement have been complied with and

WORLD EMBARGO ON MEXICAN OIL [ARTICLE]

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WORLD EMBARGO ON MEXICAN OIL New York, Saturday. MEXICO has only disposed of 3,650,--000 barrels of oil between April 1 and Aug. 10, according to a confidential tabulation quoted by the Herald Tribune. The newspaper claims that the worldwide embargo, organised after the oil properties were expropriated, has proved "very

War Not inevitable Bui Britain Is Watchful [ARTICLE]

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War Not inevitable Bui Britain Is Watchful \y VK in Europe is not inevitable. That was the keynote oi speeches given in England hist algh| by Sir John Simon, the Chancellor of th Exchequer, and Sir Thomas Inskip, Defence Minister, and V-. Winston Churchill. But all stressed the gravity of

Air Chief's Part In Air Raid [ARTICLE]

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Air Chief's Part In Air Raid THE famous British air raid on the Zeppelin headquarters at Friedrichshafen in October, 1914, in which Air Vice-Marshal J. T. Babington, the new Air Officer Commanding, Royal Air Ftx-ce. Far F i.^t took part, is the subject of he following comment in tec late

£1.000 FOR HUTTON [ARTICLE]

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£1.000 FOR HUTTON I EONARD HUTTON. 22-year-old cricketer who made 364 foi England in the fifth Test against Australia recently— the highest score ever made In a test mateh has been given £1,000 by Mr. Arthur Whltelaw, a wealthy Australian, who gav e Don Bradman. the Australian captain, a similar

LAND SPEED RECORD [ARTICLE]

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LAND SPEED RECORD /"•EORGE EYSTON. driving Ms Thunderbolt car at Bonnevllle salt flats, set a new world's land speed record, averaging 345.49 miles n.n hour, covering a mile in 10.42 sec. says Reuter. His northward run took 1036 sec, an average ox 347.49 m.p.h. and his southward run took 10.48

STRUCK BY CAR [ARTICLE]

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STRUCK BY CAR The proprietor of a Chinese shop was injured when he was knocked down by a motorcar near the Junction of Hill Street and New Bridge Road yesterday. He was cut on the scalp, hurt his right leg and was semi-conscious when removed to hospital

Chiang Sees Rumours Of Peace As Propaganda [ARTICLE]

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Chiang Sees Rumours Of Peace As Propaganda Hankow. Saturday. "DL'MOURS of peace conversations between the Chinese and th? Japanese are only another Japanese attempt to undermine the friendship between China and friendly Powers, especially Soviet Russia," declared Gen. Chianu Kai-shek. China's determination to continue her war of resistance and her

SHOT AIRLINER: INDIGNATION MOUNTS [ARTICLE]

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SHOT AIRLINER: INDIGNATION MOUNTS Hankow, Saturday. INDIGNATION among Chinese is mounting following publication of reports that every body recovered from the China National Aviation plane which sank after being attacked by Japanese planes over the Canton River delta, was wounded by machine-gun fire. One influential Hong Kong Chinese newspaper characterises

If Hankaw Falls... [ARTICLE]

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If Hankaw Falls... •THE Manchester Guardian, comment- ing on the recent delay In the Japanese advance on Hankow, says that the position of the Japanese Is now somewhat stronger by reason of the inability cf the Chinese to control the Yangtse. "Apparently they are incapable of organising an effective diversion

JAPANESE AGAIN USE POISON GAS [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE AGAIN USE POISON GAS Chinese Allegation In Yangtse Battle Hankow. Saturday CHINESE lcrcos near "Shlngtse. In the Yaogts* Valley, wer; compelled to 1 withdraw when the Japanese agai used polsTh £as. It Is officially claimed. Severe fighting is raging along the n:w Chinese line to the west. After withdrawing

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I RENE ULLMAMN WATCHES Par. rs Place. Spore.

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Good rurn:shin7 '•abr. Better Furnilut BexJ Prcr< SUN WAN COM P A N V B.V Victoria St. V|x,rr Britain will stand *By China": this and ether additional China news is in PAGE SEVEN. ALL ODDMENTS and REMNANTS SAMPLE RANGES, DISCONTINUED LINES OFFERED AT HALF USUAL PRICES SALE ENDS WEDNESDAY tIIfIAWAYS

LABOURERS IN INDIA KEPT FROM WIVES [ARTICLE]

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LABOURERS IN INDIA KEPT FROM WIVES No Assisted Passages Back To Malaya DANGERS OF LOSING ANY GRATUITIES DUE (From Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. I ABOURERS in India are prohibited by the Indian Government from receiving assisted passages in order to rejoin their wives and children in Malaya, it

Commissioner Wants Every Boy A Scout [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Commissioner Wants Every Boy A Scout THE only other Asiatic in Malaya, besides Tungku Ahmad Temeng- i gong, of Kelantan,*to hold the high l scout ranking of district commis- j sioner, Mr. Khoo Sim Teong, of Penang, is in Singapore this week. District Commissioner Sim Teong, with 19 other scouters,

WOMAN'S EAR TORN AWAY [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN'S EAR TORN AWAY i From Our Own correspondent i Malacca, Saturday. A LLEGED to have snatched jewellery from a woman's tar. <r ranching away the lobe, two Malay youths Surin bin Hasnim and Ismail bin Kamaludin. were lound guilty of robbery and causing grievous hurt before Mr. Justice Home

Malaya's Gift Vaccine For China [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaya's Gift Vaccine For China Some of the 250,000 c.s-s i:f anli-choiira vacdM :x by the LeaftM of Nations Far Eastern Health Bureau at Singapore by the P. and O. liner Cart ha for Hons Konjc yesterday. The vaccine has been prepared by the Institute if Medital Research at Kuala

Hard Luck In Tin Mines [ARTICLE]

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Hard Luck In Tin Mines <Fr?m Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. Here is an authentic hard luck story from the tin mines. When the present tin slump set in many Chinese mines were unable to pay instalments on newy delivered Diesel engines, which the importing firms dismounted and tock

WATER-BOAT CHANGES [ARTICLE]

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WATER-BOAT CHANGES ANEW water-boat for Singapore arrived from Hong Kong last week and another is on her way, It was announced at the annual meeting of W. Hammer and Company, Ltd., water-boat proprietors, Singapore, yesterday. Two other boats were sold and delivered to buyers last week, while a third was

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The St. Andrew's Old Boys' Association second annual re-union dinner will be held on rounders Day, Sept. 8. Reservations will close on Sept. 4.

Coats For Court Workers [ARTICLE]

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Coats For Court Workers CINGAPORL High Court interpreters and Judges' secretaries are to wear black coats while engaged during the sitting of the Court. The change has given them added dignity and from the public point of riew is appreciated at it will enable the litigants to distinguish the Court

$300,000 Chandu Shipment Here [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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$300,000 Chandu Shipment Here 'mis rase is worth $1 901). It is part of the 300 rhests of unprepared Iranian op.urn, which arrived for the Government in the P. and O. liner Carthage yesterday. It was unloaded under an armed guard of six police and two European officers of the

Municipal Officer Says Wife Stabbed Him [ARTICLE]

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Municipal Officer Says Wife Stabbed Him SUMMONS CHARGE AGAINST THREE OF HER FAMILY DIFFERENCES between husband and wife over muney matters led to the appearance in the Singapore Sixth Court, before Mr. S. H. Cheah, yesterday, of a Eurasian woman, Miss Freda Jansen and her two brothers, Cyril and Roy

DANES WED IN SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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DANES WED IN SINGAPORE Mr. Viggo Holland, son of Mr. and Mr.;. Johann Peterson Holland, of Aarup. Denmark, was married to Miss Inger Minna Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Anderson, also of Denmark. at the Singapore Registry yesterday.

Ships Flee From Malaria At Batavia [ARTICLE]

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Ships Flee From Malaria At Batavia (From Our Own Correspondent.) Batavia, Satarday. AS a precaution against infection by malaria mosquitoes at Tandjong Priok, port of Batavia, shipping comI panics have decided to have their ships moved away from the wharfs every day when loading and discharging is finished at 5

Chinese For Trial [ARTICLE]

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Chinese For Trial Wong Onn. a Chinese, who for several days stood charged In the Singapore Third Police Court with attempted murder of a compatriot, Wong Chiok, with an axe in a house In Sago Lane, on June 12. was committed for trial at the Assizes, at the conclusion of

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On sultry days the mere sight I of a large hot Joint will often .j destroy appetite. Cookid Corned Silvtrsidt, COLD COOKED Pressed Beet, Cooked MEATS make a pleasant and satisfying IB $ir ••"••K*' contrast, and will be much ap- (1« Tnnvu* predated. Cut from tender Juicy rrilHl v*u roasts,

"to SYMPATHY WITH CHINA" [ARTICLE]

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"to SYMPATHY WITH CHINA" Chinccc Official On Ths ON his way to ihe Chi.iesj Embassy in Home, whers he is to be Charge d'Aifairr Mr. H m Tao-lin arrived lO j Singapore yesterday in th? lin >r Conte Biancamano. "Although Italy'j attitude favours Japan. Italiins an in -ympathy v/ith China.

IHow Singapore Hollanders Will Celebrate Jubilee Of Their Beloved Queen Wilhelmina [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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IHow Singapore Hollanders Will Celebrate Jubilee Of Their Beloved Queen Wilhelmina 'TO CELEBRATE the sSth birthday of Queen Wi'helmina. and the 40th jubilee of her reign, on Sept. 6, ichich falls on Wednesday, Singapore Hollanders this morning wi'l attend a special Dutch thanksgiving service at the Wesleyan Church. The servire

The World's Admiration [ARTICLE]

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The World's Admiration IN* an a;?e of crumbiinjj monarchic; and political uncertainty. Queen Wilhelmina's reign ha.* been characterised in Holland by pea:e, prosperity and stability. lh? world locks on the Crown Prince -is Juliana as a fitting heir to th > 'i hi iino Holland, white her censcri. Print-2 Kernhord.

Protection For Java Workers [ARTICLE]

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Protection For Java Workers (From Our Own Correspondent) Batavia, Saturday. A BILL has been submitted to the Peoples' Council for the lejal Insurance of all workmen against accidents. The new Bill applies particularly to the native labour in th» lactories. In the Civil Code there is already provision in respect

Volunteers Honoured [ARTICLE]

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Volunteers Honoured 'Frc;n Our Own Cori3spcncleiil) Sjr?ii ban. AN intere^ling csrerrcny tcok p'aco at Serembav on Wednesday when thr Yam Tuan, of Negrl Sembilan, presented two local Volunteers with medals. The Volunteers honoured were C. S. M. and I. W. J. Leaney and Spt. A. S. T. Maddams. Chief Sgt.

RETRIAL SOUGHT [ARTICLE]

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RETRIAL SOUGHT Tried on anoth3r charge and convicted on the reduced charge of voluntarily causing hurt, a Chinese, Glan Ber.g Jln\ appeared for a re-trial before Mr. Justice Pedlow in tiie Singapore High Court yesterday. Representing the appellant. Mr. Hoallm stated that after the charge was reduced by the magistrate

OPERA STAR TO BROADCAST [ARTICLE]

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OPERA STAR TO BROADCAST IUUNU SANCHIONI th? coloratura soprano who was la Singapore last year with the Gonzales Italian Opera Company, will sing solo items from the Nlrom stations at 8.20 tonight. Singapore tini.v Miss Sanchloni will give I fur:h»r programme through the sa;N stations at 1.10 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Film Unit Seeks Malay Charlie Chan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Film Unit Seeks Malay Charlie Chan GIRL SINGER ALSO WANTED IK) PLAY opposite a Malay Charlie Chan in a new Him to be produced in Singapore by Malayan Films, Ltd., a leading lady is sought. She must be a Malay, or a Malay type, have a sweet soprano voice and

Norma's Hat [ARTICLE]

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Norma's Hat New York. AMISS NORMA SHEARER came to town wearing a hat as big as a parasol. It was of black straw and was 30 inches in diameter. On her feet were shoes with 2% inch high heels. Miss Shearer said: "I'm Just a country girl visiting a big

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"WRiNKLES ON EVERY DAY LIVING" [ARTICLE]

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"WRiNKLES ON EVERY DAY LIVING" DR. PURGE LL'S TALK AT HONG KONG Malayan's Tribute To Resourcefulness Of The Chinese |}R. VICTOR PURCELL, Malayan author of "Chinese Evergreen," spoke from a Hong Kong radio station on the practical usefulness of studying the Chinese and their ways. He pointed out that during

Weddings [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Weddings Mr llussan, sin of Mr. Abduil amed. and Miss Haji Fatimah, daughter of Haji Abdul'ah. were marrifi in in^aporr. Mr. C. Anthony, of the clerical staff d the Engineer-in-Chief, Posts and Telecraphs. Kuala Lumpur, and Miss l.'uirdumary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adaikalasamy i'<llay, of Malacca, after their wedding

KUALA LUMPUR MARRIAGE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KUALA LUMPUR MARRIAGE Mr. K. Kamakrishnan, of the Straits Settlements Police Department, and Miss Palpma Raghavan, of Kuala Lumpur, who were married at Kuala Lumpur.

Shop Assistants Who Work 18 Hours Each Day [ARTICLE]

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Shop Assistants Who Work 18 Hours Each Day "ALTHOUGH reduction in the working hours of employees in Chinese and Indian shops will not be welcomed by employers in the interest of their business, it would be a highly desirable procedure for the betterment of the hard- worked employees/ remarked a

Inhumanity Of Japanese Airmen [ARTICLE]

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Inhumanity Of Japanese Airmen (To the Editor of The Sunday Times) SlR,_The most heartless and barbarous cruelty shown by the Nipponese airmen in their attack on the Chinese commercial airliner will convince the whole civilised world that something must be done to safeguard the lives of unarmed civilians cf all

RELIEF FUND FOR CHINA [ARTICLE]

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RELIEF FUND FOR CHINA Singapore's $2,100,000 This Year A SUM of $100,000 (Chinese) was sent yesterday by the Singapore China Relief fund Committee to the Legislative Yuan, Chungking. This brings the total to $400,000 for August, $300,000 having been sent earlier this month. Since the beginning of the year Singapore

BRANCHES OF BANK OF CHINA FOR N. I.? [ARTICLE]

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BRANCHES OF BANK OF CHINA FOR N. I.? (From Our Own Correspondent) Batavia. THE Bank of China may establish branches in the Netherlands Indies. Several representatives of the Bank of China have arrived from Hankow with a view to studying economic conditions In the Netherlands Indies. They will report as

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Clogs Are More Popular With Women Than With Men [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Clogs Are More Popular With Women Than With Men THIS ARTICLE TELLS YOU HOW WOOD IS FASHIONED TO FOOTWEAR f^LOG-MAKING, one of Singapore's most profitable businesses, formerly the monopoly of Teochews, is now being operated as much by Hokkiens and Cantonese as anybody else. While shoemakers cater to the middle

£15,000 Party For Heiress [ARTICLE]

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£15,000 Party For Heiress New York. A BUXOM soda-pop heiress rk jumped with a £15,000 splash Into the ultra-fashionable social swim of Newport, Rhode Island. Then Lesley Hyde Ripley, heiress to a multi-million-dollar sarsaparilla fortune, made her debut at a super- nee that lived up to the pie- ession traditions

Pope Fought Illness To Face Up To Crisis In History Of World [ARTICLE]

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Pope Fought Illness To Face Up To Crisis In History Of World Rome. INSPIRING words by a Franciscan friar-psychologist gave the Pope the will to live and to face up to a crisis in the history of the world. The full story of that long fight against illness and the

Medicine-Taking Craze Is Growing [ARTICLE]

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Medicine-Taking Craze Is Growing London. TWO-AND-A-HALF million 1 more bottles of medicine and boxes of pills were handed out to panel patients in Britain last year than In the year before. This is shown In a report prepared by the Ministry of Health for presentation to M.P.s when they return

Sylvia Sidney Is Married [ARTICLE]

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Sylvia Sidney Is Married London. II4ISS SYLVIA SIDNEY, the film act- ress, was married at Cax -n Hall Register Office to Mr. Luther Adler, the American actor. They had only one witness with them, and the other witness necessary to sign the marriage register was obtained from among the painters

Phone Girl Becomes Heiress To £2,000,000 [ARTICLE]

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Phone Girl Becomes Heiress To £2,000,000 New York. A NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD girl who was a £3-a-week tele- phone operator in a Canadian village a few weeks ago will be a millionairess. Daughter of a tugboat skipper, she will inherit most of the fortune of her husband of three weeks, Danny Dodge,

Father Again At 81! [ARTICLE]

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Father Again At 81! Washington. JLMR. GEORGE BOARDMAN, aged eighty-one, has just become a father again for the twenty-sixth time. The baby, an 8 Jb. boy, was born to his twenty-one-years-old wife, Edith Williams Boardman. It was her first child. Mr. Boardman proudly describes the baby as "beautiful just like

Manila Germans Told To Resign [ARTICLE]

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Manila Germans Told To Resign Manila. THE GERMAN CONSUL Dr. G. A. Sakowsky, has ordered all Reich Nationals to resign from the German Club. A previous ultimatum failed to expel three members who are of GermanJewish descent

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BRITAIN WILL STAND BY CHINA [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN WILL STAND BY CHINA No Partner To Cynical DezA With Japan TOKIO OFFER TO SHARE SPOILS "BRITAIN WILL NOT BUY JAPANESE D FRIENDSHIP WITH A CYNICAL DEAL AT CHINA'S EXPENSE." This affirmation (reports Reuter) is made by The Times in a leading article analysing a dispatch from its Tokio

Malacca Flower Show Better This Year [ARTICLE]

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Malacca Flower Show Better This Year From Our Own Correspond nt) Malacci. Saturday. pONSIDSRAELS Improvement is s?iown In exhibits it the flower' show held by the Malacca Horticultural Eoci?ty at the City Park ground today. Th,> exhibition, whlc i will be continued tomorrow, was opened by the Re.i'dcnt CoundTor, Malacca

KEPT STOLEN BICYCLE, GAOLED [ARTICLE]

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KEPT ST OLEN BICYCLE, GAOLED <IVd::i Our Own Correspondent .< VBlmen, Saturday. Sentence of even months' impii- j sonment was passed by th c Malacca District Judge. Mr. B F. Eridge. today j or. a Chinese. Wong Foe k. who was tour.d guilty of dishorestly retaining s*o!rn bicycle on Aug.

ANXIETY OVER CHIEF SCOUT [ARTICLE]

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ANXIETY OVER CHIEF SCOUT London, Saturday. 'THE health of Lord Baden--1 Powell, the Chief Scout, is causing fresh anxiety. The Chief Scout, it is stated, was ailing on arrival at Antwerp from Norway, and could not attend a reception organised by local Scouts. He immediately sailed for Liverpool. The headquarters

NAVAL BATTLE OFF GIBRALTAR [ARTICLE]

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NAVAL BATTLE OFF GIBRALTAR Spanish Government Ship Damaged Gibraltar. Saturday. 'THE Spanish Government destroyer Jose Luis Diez limped Into harbour today badly damaged by shell fire. Jose Luis Dlez, after undergoing repairs at Le Havre during the past eight months, left secretly earlier this week hi an attempt to reach

MURDER CHARGES WITHDRAWN [ARTICLE]

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MURDER CHARGES WITHDRAWN (Fron Our Own Corespondent.) Muur, Saturday. CIX Indians named Subramanlam, Petiia Kutty, Seerangan, Karuppiah. Vadivelu, and Mctayan. were charged this morning before Mr. Justice J. V. G. MiUs in the Muar Assizes with the murder of Segaran on the nig' tt of May 2 3 at the

MADE TOOL OF OTHERS [ARTICLE]

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MADE TOOL OF OTHERS (From Our Own Correspondent i Malacca. Saturday. ''You should not be made the tool of others, remarked the magistrate in the Malacca Police Court today when he bound over a 20-year-old Hylam, Lim Swee Mai in $100 for six months to keep the peace. The prosecution

Married 20 Years; On First Honeymoon [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Married 20 Years; On First Honeymoon "We're on our first real honeymoon and just as happy as wh?n ice married 20 years ago," this happy Queensland couple told a Sunday Times reporter on arrival nt Singapore yesterday by the Burns Philp vessel Merkur. They are Major end Mrs. W. L.

German Pessimistic Over Britain In Palestine [ARTICLE]

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German Pessimistic Over Britain In Palestine BRITAIN'S position in the Near East is strong everywhere except Palestine, according to Herr Hans van Berk, a former chief editor of the Nazi Berlin newspaper Angriff, who is in Singapore after a tour of all parts of the Near East. Herr van Berk,

Kuala Lumpur Wedding [ARTICLE]

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Kuala Lumpur Wedding (From Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. JLMR. KENELM CLIFTON JOHNITI SON-HILL, who was married here today to Mrs. Joyce Wynne Jenks, of Hong Kong, Is a wellknown Malayan sportsman and probably record clubman." In addition to being a member of eighteen clubs in various parts of

MALACCA APPEAL DISMISSED [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA APPEAL DISMISSED (From Our Own Correspondents Malacca, Saturday. An appeal by Ahmad bin Tek against conviction and se:..ence of 18 months' rigorous imprisonment imposed by the District Judge. Malacca, In respect of cheating a Malay woman was dismissed by Mr. Justice Home in the Appeal Court today. Ahmad was

AGED JAVANESE [ARTICLE]

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AGED JAVANESE 'From Out Own Correspondent Baiavu. Saturday. Kljaji Tjarmoharso of the village of Warak in the Djocja district of Java is said to have reached MO years He is in perfect 1-ealth agile and Jovla.. As a rule he does not go to bed before 1 a.m. and he

Girl Guides In Camp At Malacca [ARTICLE]

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Girl Guides In Camp At Malacca (From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca, Saturday. A PARTY of 135 Girl Guides, includ- ing 21 gulders, are gathered at Tanjong Bruas for their fourth AllMalayan Guides camp. The guides, who have been In camp since Monday, come from the Straits Settlements, Perak, Selangor, Negrl

PATRIOTIC CHOIR FOR SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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PATRIOTIC CHOIR FOR SINGAPORE Hankow. Saturday. scTHE Wuhan Songsters," one of China's leading patriotic choirs, will soon leave on a concert tour of Malaysian towns including Singapore, in order to bring the "melodies of China at war" to those people now enjoying peace.. The choir will probably go on to

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THE WEEK'S MARKET ACTIVITIES [ARTICLE]

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THE WEEK'S MARKET ACTIVITIES Rubber Price Advances: Shares Quiet BY THE SUNDAY TIMES FINANCIAL CORRESPONDENT THE feature of the markets during the past week has b?en the continued strength of rubber. Last Sunday a sharp rise was reported locally and early in the week the London market registered a good

SINGAPORE PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE PRODUCE PRICES Singapore. Aug. Ni. 12 noon. Biyers Sellers Gambler S 7.25 Hamburg Cube $13.00 j Java Cube $11,001 Pcvper White Munlok $13 00 White $12.50 Black $8.25: Covra Mixed $3.05 i Sun Dri' (l $3.35 I Tavtoca Small Flake $3 60 Fair Flake $3. 50 Medium Pearl $3.90

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. Saturday, Aug. 27, Noon. No. 1 K. R. S. S. in casts (F. 0.8.) Aug. 27 15/16 28 1/16 Good F. A. Q. In bales (FOB.) Aug. 27 3/ 16 27:. IB No. 1 K. R. S. S. (Spot loose) Awardable 27 v 27*4 September

SINGAPORE STOCK AND SHARE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE STOCK AND SHARE PRICES Fraser And Co. s List SUIRIMY, Al'G. t". Mil J P..M MIM.NG buyer* Sellcn Ampat Tin Us) '4s 4s 4'^ Asam Kumbaog (fj 28s 6d 30s 6d Austral i\;aiay i£| 44s 48a ned Aycr Hitam <ss> 2os 3d 26s 6d Ayer Weng .66 .71 Bauijrui

Current Company Dividends [ARTICLE]

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Current Company Dividends List Supplied By Messrs Fraser Co. t." A ballad opera .iv Charles Dib SATURDAY. AUG. i 27. !?>:.«: 1 P.M. WV .nanciai Company Dividend Books TIN Close Austral Malay 9d dlv Sept. 2 3d. oonus Kramat Tin 3d. No. 24 Aug 31 Kuala Kampar 20. Aug. 22

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Today's Wireless Programmes Mn'oArUKfci. din. The book adapted and abridged for 215; A. and M 403). Blessing. broadcasting, from the original of 1774,! (Organist. A. E. Ford.) ZIIL 225 metres (1.33 m«/i) by c Denis Freeman. The music tran- 1 12.20 Close down. ZHP 30.96 metre* '.9.68 me/i) scribed for

Killed By His Sunday Shoes [ARTICLE]

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Killed By His Sunday Shoes IJIS "Sunday best" shoes killed Edward Hooley, aged 56, of Northgravcs street, Cheetham, Manchester, who died from septic poisoning which started in his big toe. At the inquest his widow said he complained of pain in the toe, which was inflamed. Later he was taken

COCKTAIL DRINKERS BEWARE [ARTICLE]

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COCKTAIL DRINKERS BEWARE Sydney. AT A MEETING in the Town Hall vestibule, cocktails were indicted as a great social evil. Canon R. B. S. Hammond spoke en the motion that cocktails and alcoholic drinks should be excluded from social functions. He asked that hostesses exclude "this vice and nation-destroy-ing poison

MEMORIES OF EARLY DAYS IN NORTH MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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MEMORIES OF EARLY DAYS IN NORTH MALAYA How Magistrates Decided Points Of Law ILIEMORIES of pioneering days in Northern Malaya are still retained by Mr. R. J. Farrer, a veteran British administrator, who is revisiting Singapore. Mr. Fairer, who is a former British Adviser in Kelantan, and a former Singapore

.£130,000 OPIUM HAUL IN NEW YORK [ARTICLE]

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.£130,000 OPIUM HAUL IN NEW YORK New York. Opium worth £150.000 was seized by Federal agents at Brooklyn. It is the largest seizure made in the United States In the last 10 years. The opium was found concealed In an old boat moored at Brooklyn pier.

Lupe Divorces Tarzan: Says He Threw Dishes [ARTICLE]

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Lupe Divorces Tarzan: Says He Threw Dishes /"\NE of Hollywood's stormiest "love and hisses" romances crashed after keeping the film city in suspense for five years. Lupe Velez divorced Johnny ("Tarzan,") Weissmuller at the third attempt. She described him as a cruel, dishthrowing, furniture-breaking caveman." Johnny preserved a Tarzan-like silence

Showing Off! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Showing Off! A study from the Perth (Scotland) Airport, showing a visiting Cairn Terrier drawing himself up "to his full height" to try to emulate the dignity of the Great Dane, which belongs to one of the airport officials.

Runaway Couple [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Runaway Couple Afr. Derek Skeffington, a 2i-yccr-old dress designer, and Miss Jzan Olga Mendelssohn, aged 27. arrived in the ear.v hours at the tiny cottage of Mr. David Read, at Chineham. Hants, from Grctna Green, after th&r wedding had been stopped by Miss Mendelssohn's father, who turned vp at the

Machine All But Spends The Money [ARTICLE]

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Machine All But Spends The Money A NEW machine instaLco :r the head office of the Ban:: of New South Wales at Sydney for sorting, counting, anc testing, coins is the first of Iti kind in the world. j It is the invention of Mr. R. J. Lyttl;, of Sydney,

MARTIAL LAW LIFTED [ARTICLE]

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MARTIAL LAW LIFTED The state of siege— a form of mania! law— which has been in operation In Tunis since the anti-French riots in April, has been lifted.

Names Make Words—12 [ARTICLE]

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Names Make Words— 12 £VERY day we use words which commemorate the fame of some man or woman or place that would otherwise be forgotten. Few pcop'e know how these names came to be common words, and in this special Sunday Times series of short articles the story of these

Euphuism [ARTICLE]

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Euphuism CUPHUISM is a term for an affected, long-winded style of writing or speech that at one time, around the end of the sixteenth century was all the rage in polite society. Lyly, the writer, began It with his two works, Euphues the Anatomy of Wit and Euphues and His

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Malaya's Education System Is Criticised And Praised [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaya's Education System Is Criticised And Praised Education in the Colonial r.mpire. By Arthur Mayhew. C.M.G., (IK. (Joint Secretary, Advisory Committee on Education in the Colonies). Longmans. Green Co. 6s. 6d. MR. ARTHUR MAYHEWS "Education in India" is possibly the most valuable modem commentary on, und exposition of, educational conditions

Mystery And Romance [ARTICLE]

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Mystery And Romance The Devils Diamonds. By C. Davison. Herbert Jenkins Colonial Library. UERE we have mystery, thrills. romance and adventure galore. The villain is Indeed a terror, but is finally outwitted by the nice son of a peer author, who was left a fortune and a house in Ireland,

SAD STORY OF A SPAIN GONE MAD [ARTICLE]

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SAD STORY OF A SPAIN GONE MAD The Tree of Gernika A Field Study of Modern War. By G. L. Steer. Hodder and Stou-hton. i.v Gd. ■yHE author of this work represented The Times, London, as war correspondent in Spain when General Franco commenced his operations against the Republican Government.

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"Ye Olde Centurie Maker" [ARTICLE]

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"Ye Olde Centurie Maker" London. ARTISTS tcho submit inn signs, featuring Don Bradman in the Bracers' Exhibition competition, may expect sympathetic considcra~ tion when the judging is done. A tip to that effect was given by the deputy-manager of the exhibition (Mr. H. C. Vickery). He said that inn signs

SINGAPORE AEROPLANE WEDDING RECALLS DAYS OF THE "GAS-BUGGY" [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE AEROPLANE WEDDING RECALLS DAYS OF THE "GAS-BUGGY" Car Replaced Gharry At Church 32 Years Ago EPIC TRIP TO BETING KUSA CINGAPORE last Sunday saw its first aeroplane wedding when Yau Sow Kong married Lee Siew Ngoh half a mile above the airport^ Thirty-two years ago, Wearnes, the firm which

MERCURY TO FLY EAST? [ARTICLE]

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MERCURY TO FLY EAST? INSTEAD of a second flight, to New York, which the Mercury, the upper component of the Mayo Composite pick-a-back 'plane was to have made, a demonstration Empire flight is being planned. Neither the starting date nor the route is yet divulged, but it will either be

Is Your Dog A Terrier? [ARTICLE]

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Is Your Dog A Terrier? BECAUSE he's loath, because ne's loyal, because he'l.' fight to proti :t your home, the Er.glisi fox-trrrier is popular all ever the woild. Americans love him. Tbey live paid as much as £1.500 for a.i En-lih-Dred wire-haired terrier. Frequently £150 is paid f r a

Twins Marry Twins: It Is So Muddling! [ARTICLE]

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Twins Marry Twins: It Is So Muddling! Chingford, Essex. WINIFRED and Dorothy Riley, twins, who married Leonard and Leslie Bryan, also twins, and set up a multiple home in Ainslie Wood-tf*oad, Chingford, have decided that the light in the passage has got to be brighter. Why Because Winnie put her

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Behind The News [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Behind The News Crux Australis By MO admiral visiting Singapore has so comr' 'ly won all hearts as Vi~"-Admiral Le Bigot, Comn Chief of the French Naval Forces, Far East, who attended a gay round of receptions and parties during his Visit last week. Coming as it did, so soon

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A Colonial Learns How To Understand The English [ARTICLE]

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A Colonial Learns How To Understand The English "Understanding the English," by James Howard Wellard (Hurst and Blackett, 10s. 6d.). THE British Colonial, or any other alien for that matter, is apt to approach this book as a hybrid between "The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism" and "The Handbook of

PICCALILLI [ARTICLE]

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PICCALILLI Pickler By TIMES CHANGE Seeing who could make the ugliest facj used to be a popular childish pastime. Nowadays, of course, the little ones have their gas masks. MAKING IT SAFE A house in Surrey which is said to be htunted by a Scotsman, and which has been empty

KEEPING FIT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KEEPING FIT MISS VRUNELLA STICK, the leader of the Women's League of Health and Beauty recently gate a lecture at the Northern Regional Keep Fit Centre at Guisachan, Inverness-shire. Kiss Stack's fiance. Lord David Douglas Hamilton to warden of the centre, and th» couple took the opportunity of going for

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Sitting On The Fence [ARTICLE]

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Sitting On The Fence Nathaniel Gubbins By ACCORDING to what I read, there is a poor girl called Ariane Borg who has been waiting for years to become another Greta Garbo. They have groomed her in Hollywood and kept her on ice ready for the day when that great actress

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CONTRACT BRIDGE R.. THF FOUP Afpc minimum, and with more even dlsB> 1 tLLj 1 UUK AA^Cd tribution should probably not even De Mod players are extremely fond °P^ed. Therefore, he should not have made the encouragement rebld of oi two-smt hands, and we agree 1 three diamonds. South could

Opinion [ARTICLE]

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Opinion Malay Sappers 1*HAT the Malays of the Colony are being given an opportunity to play a part in the regular defence system of the Peninsula in the same manner as those of the Malay States i should be a source of gratification and pride not only to the community

Broadcasting Policy [ARTICLE]

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Broadcasting Policy •THE announcement that tne Federation Government is contemplating the erection of a chain of broadcasting stations is welcome, although long-delayed, news. The success of a vigorous radio policy has been so obvious in the Netherlands Indies that it Is strange no effort has hitherto been made here. Every

Malaya's Climate [ARTICLE]

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Malaya's Climate •THE compliment paid to Malaya's climate by Capt. Victor Cazalet. widely-travelled British Parlia-j j mentarian, when he said he pie- I ferred the climate /rtih beauty of! IPenang to that, of much-boosted! j Florida, was one which deserves wide publicity. Capt. Cazalet said i I he found the

China Needs Foreign Capital, Technicians, Customers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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China Needs Foreign Capital, Technicians, Customers Dr. Kung Talks To Edgar Ansel Mowrer, China Correspondent Of The Sunday Times Hankow. PIIINA needs foreign capital, technicians and customers. The idea that a victorious China won Id deal unfairly with foreigners is one that the latter should get out of their heads

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EDITORIAL. MANAGERIAL VND ADVERTISING OFFICE: Cecil Street, Singapore.

MALAYA-WIDE ROAD TRAFFIC CENSUS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MALAYA-WIDE ROAD TRAFFIC CENSUS Enumerators Along Peninsula's 7,000 Miles Of Highways Pebbles Dropped In Tins For Different Types Of Vehicle FIGURES COMPUTED EVERY THREE YEARS IN ATTAP SHELTERS ALONG MALAYA'S 7,000 MILES OF ROADS, 1 MEN ARE SITTING DROPPING PEBBLES INTO TINS. They are traffic enumerators, accurately counting the number

Painless Motherhood For Five Shillings [ARTICLE]

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Painless Motherhood For Five Shillings PYLKY mother in Britain is to be able to have her baby without pain. Plans for bringing a new "twilight sleep" apparatus within the reach of every woman have been completed by the National Birth Hay Trust Fund. And the mothers, will have to pay

Dogs: Too! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dogs Too! Even dogs wear gas masks nowadays. Here is a member of a women's A. R. P. unit holding a dog which has on a gas mask.

Naval Officer Dies In China [ARTICLE]

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Naval Officer Dies In China pOMMANDER CYRIL JOSEPH FIRTH, R.N.. died suddenly at Wei-hai-wel of pneumonia recently at the age of 37. He had been in command of H.M.S. Westcot.t and for duty with submarines of the 4th Flotilla. China Station, since April.

MURDER OF BURMAN [ARTICLE]

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MURDER OF BURMAN Rangoon. Two Burmese have been arrested following the murder of Mr. Yeo Hock Gwan, Chief Poltce Prosecutor in Rangoon.

"We Must Not Gamble With India's Safety" [ARTICLE]

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"We Must Not Gamble With India's Safety" Simla. THE concern felt by the Government of India over an increase in anti-recruitment activities in India since the beginning of last year was voiced by Mr. R. M. Maxwell, the Home Member, speaking in support of a Bill to prevent such activities.

A REMBRANDT BOUGHT [ARTICLE]

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A REMBRANDT BOUGHT London. Rembrandt's portrait of his wlfr. Saskia, has been purchased for tne National Gallery from the Duke of Buccleuch. The price has not been disclosed. There are 13 Rembrandts in the gallery.

EIRISH [ARTICLE]

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EIRISH THE Eire High Commissioner in London told the Hard-wick-Society how to pronounce "Eire," Ireland's new name. "If you can think of Sarah," he said, "and then drop the V you have got it."

Outshone By New Sister Ship [ARTICLE]

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Outshone By New Sister Ship i ""THE Queen Elizabeth, now under construction, will outshine her sister ship, the Queen Mary, in every respect. She is to be launched from John Brown's Clydebank yard on Bept. 27. The launching ceremony will be peiformed by the Queen, who will give her own

TASMAN AIR SERVICE IN JANUARY [ARTICLE]

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TASMAN AIR SERVICE IN JANUARY Auckland. FIS UNDERSTOOD that the transTasman air mall and passenger service will begin in January and will cover the triangle of Sydney-Auckland-Wellington. It is fairly certain that, in the earl) stages, Auckland will be the New Zealand base. The service will b 3 operated twice

EUROPEAN'S 71 YEARS IN CHINA [ARTICLE]

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EUROPEAN'S 71 YEARS IN CHINA "CEVENTY-ONE years, of age and seventy-one years in China is the proud record of Mr. W. J. Edwards, who celebrated his birthday in Shanghai recently. The eldest son of the late Mr. James Edwards, of what was then the Imperial Maritime Customs, he was the

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Brighton Police Force ere trying out a new may of educating the pedestrian traffic-light dodgers. A nexo microphone megaphone combined with a portable battery carried over the police officer's shoulder, enables the officer stationed at the busy crossing to direct (with great volume) the pedestrians who igncre the lights.

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Mainly About Malayans.. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mainly About Malayans By The Onlooker Read Of Mr. M. R. Menon Mr. A. H. Todd Mr. G.W. Redfearn ALL acquainted with the difficulties attached to a settlement of the transport strike which paralysed the city's regular bus services for six weeks have this week been paying tributes to the

As Tretchikoff Sees Singapore People—20 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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As Tretchikoff Sees Singapore People 20 Tretchikoff, Sunday Times caricaturist, sends the Singapore Turf Club's Gold Cup meeting away to a good star! with this study of Mr. A. H. Todd (right), secretary of the Straits Racing Association and the Singapore Turf Club, and Mr. G. W. Redfearn, the Official

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CEYLON THINKS COLONIAL OFFICE IS UNDEMOCRATIC [ARTICLE]

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CEYLON THINKS COLONIAL OFFICE IS UNDEMOCRATIC But Empire Protection Is Great Advantage THE Minister of Agriculture for Ceylon, the Hon. D. S. Senanayake, who, with three members of the Ceylon National Congress, was entertained to luncheon in London, strongly criticised the Colonial Office. He said that they knew of the

Making The Most Of Clouds [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Making The Most Of Clouds New York. SUMMER is the outdoor season, and one of the season's chief picture charms Is its wonderfully rich blue skies against which cloud masses stand out In magnificent fullness and contrast. Given two pictures of Identical subjects in which the sky appears, It's a

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SCENE K-l FILTER FINAL PRINT Colour filters are traffic cops. A yellow filUr (K-l or K-2) stops part of the bine light, so that In the print, blue shows up as trey. Alters come In several colours, but a yellow K-l or K-S is what you want for general use.

Brainiest Men Have Smallest Incomes [ARTICLE]

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Brainiest Men Have Smallest Incomes Halifax, N.S. F>\ want a man with brains, look for him among the poor, says Professor A. B. Mac Donald. of Halifax University. Lecturing here, he declared: "Below the £500 income we find mental alertness, vigour and eagerness; above it, sluggishness and a tendency to

MIRACLE OPERATION [ARTICLE]

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MIRACLE OPERATION Tokio. Three surgeons joined a rabbit's spinal nerves to the nerves of h soldier's arms and legs, thus curing paralysis, which had resulted from bullet wounds received in North China.

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Personality •TOREE times a day the streets of great cities are crowded by the hurrying multitudes which make up the business and Industrial world. The stream moves by. made up of a million and one distinct Individuals with as many ambitions, hopes and fears. But as it rushes on, Intent

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A Scrapbook Of Beauty Hints Should Be In Household Library Of Every Wise Woman [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A Scrapbook Of Beauty Hints Should Be In Household Library Of Every Wise Woman Max Factor's Advice A SCRAPBOOK of Beauty Hints should be a prized volume in every woman's household library. In it should be preserved a clipping or memorandum of every authoritative bit of advice on how the

Recipes For Delicious Picnic Titbits [ARTICLE]

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Recipes For Delicious Picnic Titbits Table Talk DECIPES abound for delicious picnic titbits, fillings for sandwiches being tasty and varied, d there are patties, sausages ai. other savouries to suit all tastes. But drinks are as essential a part of the picnic equipment, and where you are travelling by car,

BEAUTY BEGINS NIGHT BEFORE [ARTICLE]

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BEAUTY BEGINS NIGHT BEFORE LOOKING lovely on a hot day begins, really, the night before. If you go to bed with skin caked with grease or heavy skin food it is bound to look 'soggy' and relaxed the next day. It is better to clean the face thoroughly and to

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What Europe's Women Are Wearing [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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What Europe's Women Are Wearing Matching Scheme In Suedes By The Sunday Times Woman Correspondent London, Aug. 20. CUMMER evening frocks made of tulle in a finely striped design wear a pretty, bebe look, especially if the gossamer material is threaded with ribbon. A frivolous fashion is the new white

HOARDING "JUNK" IS NOT PROFITABLE VERY OFTEN [ARTICLE]

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HOARDING "JUNK" IS NOT PROFITABLE VERY OFTEN Charles Harcourt Says Mrs. A FTER a married life of some thirty years, with a fair share of domestic ups and downs, a woman may conclude that she knows pretty well all that can be known about running a home. Yet it is

Use Loganberries This Way [ARTICLE]

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We Shall Be Two Against The World [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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We Shall Be Two Against The World GODFREY WINN SAYS f AM neither engaged nor likely to be. I am not even In a position to Introduce someone with pride in my voice as my particular girl friend. I have many girl friends, naturally, but they are friends, nothing more.

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Record Entries For Negri Handicap Tennis Tourney [ARTICLE]

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Record Entries For Negri Handicap Tennis Tourney i From Our Own Correspondent.) Seremban. Saturday. A RECORD number of entries have been received for the annual handicap tournament of the Negri Sembilan Lawn Tennis Association which began today on the grass courts of the Sungel Ujong Club at Seremban. Foi the

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INdIK AbCnl Aziz bin Ahmad, of Serem- iii who w*s made s> Justice of the Pr»re for Necri Sembilan on the occasion of the Yam Tuin's birthday.

CRICKET DRAWN [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET DRAWN I From Our Own Correspondent Seremban. •THE cricket match played at Serem- ban between Dr. M Vythillngam's XI and J. H. Wheelers XI ended In a draw. Dr. Vythillngam's XI scored 78. the chief scorer being Chuah Huat S?ng, who knocked up 21. Wheeler's XI replied with 69

Jelebu District [ARTICLE]

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Jelebu District i From Our Own Correspondent) 'Seremban THE district of Jelebu, which has a long history full of legends and 1 folk lore about the origin of Its people, has encouraged the planting of rice. The Undang, Abdullah bin Pangllma Muda C.8.E., takes n personal Interest in the cultivation

Donated By Negri Chinese [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Donated By Negri Chinese One of the four Chinese Red Cross ambulances that have been donated by Negri Sembilan Chinese for relief work in China.

NEWCOMERS WILL AID NEGRI-MALACCA RUGGER [ARTICLE]

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NEWCOMERS WILL AID NEGRI-MALACCA RUGGER (From Our Own Correspondent) Seremban. IUEGRI SEMBILAN— MALACCA rugger prospects for the forthcoming season appear to be bright Indeed with the news that the n?weom?rs Include useful backs. The Combined States will hold its first State fixture on Sept. 24 against Selangor and the first

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The Inspector-General of Police F.M.S.. (Mr. C. H. Sansom C.M.G.) presenting Long Service medals to Sgt. Major Mahadi and Det. Sgt. Soong, at Seremban.

CHINESE WOMEN DIE [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE WOMEN DIE (From Our Own Correspondent) Seremban. THE death occurred at Seremban of Madam Lian Kirn Neo. mother of Mr. Tan Cheng Gam, Traffic Inspector. F.M.S. Railways. S?remban, after a short illness. She was 71 years of age. Mrs. Thong Ah Chong. wife of Mr. Thong Ah Chong. of

O.C.'s Farewell To Regiment [ARTICLE]

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O.C.'s Farewell To Regiment Pictures taken when the Sultans of Selangor and Perak made their first inspection of the Malay Regiment at Port Dickson recently. It was virtually the regiment's farewell to Lt.-Col. G.Me I. S. Bruce 0.8. E., M.C., Officer Commanding, who has since left to rejoin his regiment

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Lieut. H. de B. Williams and Capt. H. M. James M.C. of the F.M.S.V.F., have been transferred from the reserve of officers to the active list.

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MALACCA WILL FIELD STRONG HOCKEY TEAMS THIS YEAR [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA WILL FIELD STRONG HOCKEY TEAMS THIS YEAR Practice Games Have Begun (From Our Own Correspondent) Malacca, Saturday. U7IIH the close of the cricket seaso.i hockey will soon be in full swing in Malacca. Already practice games arc brir.tf held. As In previous years the Malacca Club will be fielding

ALOR GAJAH R.C. REGAIN CUP [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ALOR GAJAH R.C. REGAIN CUP 'From Our Own Correspondent Malacca, Saturday. IN the inter-mukim soccer final held at Alor Gajah between the Alor Gajah Recreation Club and Kuala Bungel Bahru, the holders, the club gained a hard-earned victory by three goals to nil. The game was played in a continuous

SCOUTS' CAMP [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SCOUTS' CAMP (From Our Own Correspondent) Klang. •T^HE Klang High School scouts and officers. 34 in number, under their group scout master, Mr. S. M. Thiagarajah. of the Government High School, Klang, spent a week in camo at the sea beach at Morib. Several European visitors and the Secretary of

CORONATION IS COMMEMORATED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CORONATION IS COMMEMORATED (From Our Own Corrrspondent) Serernban, Saturday. THE Coronation of their Majesties King George and Queen Elizabeth has been perpetuated In various forms throughout the districts vi Negri S;mbilan. In Port Dloltson. the Chines? community has erected a olock tow?r j In the heart of the town. This,

Sungei Lembing Chinese [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sungei Lembing Chinese .Members of ihp Pal. an? Consolidated Ltd. workshop at Sungei I. nil-ii-.c Paha»K. who pave a performance at the Sungei Lembing Chinese theatre in aid of the China Relief Fund.

Springgit Harriers Hold Their Twenty-First Meet [ARTICLE]

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Springgit Harriers Hold Their Twent y-First Meet 'From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca, Saturday. HTHE Springgit Harriers held their 21st meet outside the Batu Berandam police station in Durlan Tunggal Road, Malacca, recently. There waa a bumper turn out. Founded by Mr. and Mrs. T. Kitchlng, well-known residents of Malacca, paper

Alor Gaja Ping Pong [ARTICLE]

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Alor Gaja Ping Pong i From Our Own Correspondent) Malacca. A SURPRISE was created in the semifinal of the ping pong tournament held by the Alor Gajah Recreation Club when Khoo Seic Poh, the holder, v.as eliminated by Mok Choon Thin after a three-set match, 21— ID, l'O— 2l, 21—11.

HIGH SCHOOL TOUR [ARTICLE]

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HIGH SCHOOL TOUR (From Our Own Correspondent) Malacca, Saturday. THE High School soccer eleven which went on a tour of the Federal Capital did not meet with much success for of the four games played against the leading schools in Kuala Lumpur and the S.C.R.C. "C" they lost three matches

Barret Sheppard rup [ARTICLE]

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Barret Sheppard r up (From Our Ov:n Correspondent) Malacca, Saturday. 1 The first round ties in the lnter-dis- trict games competition for the Barret i Sheppard Cup will commence next 1 i week-end at Alor Gajah when the Alor li Gajah and Jasin Recreation Club will j compete in a

Klang Boy For University [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Klang Boy For University (From Our Own Correspondent) Klang. •THE principal and start of the Anglo- Chinese School, K'ang, should be congratulated in tha' Mr. Cheah Slew Onn is the first of thoir school to have 'won the Loke Yew Scholarship fcr Malayan students to study at the University at

KLANG CHINESE FOR FRONT [ARTICLE]

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KLANG CHINESE FOR FRONT News irom Cr.ina saici mat me 24--year-old son of Mr. Chan Jin Hor. a Klang merchant, will leave for thi? war front after undergoing training at the Central Military Academy in Kwangsl. He left Klang for China about four months ago.

Klang Schools Unite To Raise Funds For China Relief AID FOR CHINA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Klang Schools Unite To Raise Funds For China Relief AID FOR CHINA (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) Klang. OYMPATHY for those in distress In China owing to the aggression of Japan not only by the Chinese but also by other races in Malaya Malays. Indians, Ceylonese. Eurasians and Europeans— was evidencec

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JOHORE STATE TENNIS TITLES [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE STATE TENNIS TITLES (From Our Own Correspondent) Muar, Thursday. T\ESPITE rain on a few days during the week, several ties In the north section of the Johore Lawn Tennis Association championship meeting were olayed on the courts of the Muar Civil Service Club and the semi-final stage has been

MR. D. GRAY LEAVING [ARTICLE]

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MR. D. GRAY LEAVING (From Our Own Correspondent* Seremban. MR. DAVID GRAY, Protector of Chinese. Negrl Sembilan. leaves for England en leave early in September. He will be succeeded by Mr. H. G. Moles of the Proteotorate. Bentong. Mr. Gray has done a great deal of work In Negrl Sembilan

SPORTSMAN IN CRASH [ARTICLE]

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SPORTSMAN IN CRASH (From Our Own Correspondent/) Batu Pahat MENTOL BASIR. the well-known goalkeeper of the Rangers soccer team, and three other friends were involved In a motor collision at the Junction of Ayer Hltam. and all four were hurt. One of the occupants. Samsudln. suffered a fractured Jaw. Mentol.

ROBBERY CHARGES [ARTICLE]

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ROBBERY CHARGES (From Our Own Correspondent) Segamat, Saturday. TWO arrests have been made by the police In connexion with a daring robbery in broad daylight that occurred a mile out of Segamat. on the railway line towards Buloh Kasap. A Chinese, who was cal'.ed by three compatriots to go along

JOHORE INDIANS [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE INDIANS (From Our Own Correspondent' Segamat, Saturday. A move is afoot to get a Central Johore India-Ceylon Association by affiliating all the district associations of this community. At the moment there la no central body for Johore Indians and the step should be welcome. A first step towards this

CHINESE WED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CHINESE WED (From Our Own Correspondent) Muar. A PRETTY Chinese wedding was solemnised in reform style at the Chong Hua Association recently when Mr. Tan Tlam Poh. third son of Mr. Tan Kirn Toon, was married to Miss Toh Teck Mia. third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Toh Meng Kee.

SEGAMAT ITEMS [ARTICLE]

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SEGAMAT ITEMS 'From Our Own Correspondent) Segamat. Saturday. Dato Abdullah bin Esa (State Com missloner. Segamat > is on a short tour cf the east coast of the Peninsula. Inche H ass m bin Abdullah, District Officer, Tangkak, is acting as Stats Commissioner in his absence. After a short holiday

ABOUT PEOPLE [ARTICLE]

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ABOUT PEOPLE ■7rom Our Own Correspondent) Malacca, Saturday. Dr. W. B. Haines, of Dun lop Plantations, Ltd., Malacca, has left on lons leave. Mr. R. B. Carey, who returned from leave recently, is attached to the Malacca office of Dunlop Plantations, Ltd. Mr. A. H. Hunt, of the Central Police

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Jabber Mohd. S«Ueh. captain of the Govt. Services, with the Soot Cheont Cop which the Services woo on Wednesday at Seja-

NEW PUMP HOUSE [ARTICLE]

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NEW PUMP HOUSE From Our Own Correspondent) Segamat. Costing nearly $25,000, the new pump house for the Segamat waterworks is almost ready. The former house was considered too small for a growing town, as the Sungei Kapl. on which It was placed, was incapable of supplying sufficient water. The new

BATU PAHAT SCOUTS [ARTICLE]

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BATU PAHAT SCOUTS (From Our Own Correspondent) Batu Pahat, Saturday. ABOUT 70 scouts from the Govern- ment School and the Premier and Bandar Schools left Batu Pahat on Friday morning for Malacca where they are camping out for five days. The majority of the scouts left on cycles, the remainder,

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Garrison Sports Notes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Garrison Sports Notes "Nomad By THE draw for the Warren Shield I inter-unit knock-out competition reveals the rather disappointing fact that only six teams have entered with the result that there will only be two first-round matches, two semi-finals and the final. In the first round the Loyals are at

MAC'S COMMENTS [ARTICLE]

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MAC'S COMMENTS fTK HEAVY REGIMENT inter-section league end last week when Left Section H.Q. (Blakan Matl) defeated sth and 7th H.K.S.R.A. by two goals to nil. H.Q. produced the shocks in the early stages after the first half. Their forwards got away quickly and worked a magnificent opening for McCandless.

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SPLENDID RACING OPENS AUTUMN MEETING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SPLENDID RACING OPENS AUTUMN MEETING Delia Falls, Has To Be Destroyed; Jockey Irvine Unhurt TONROE BEATS JACK DRUCE BY NECK ONE weal ler and a large attendance marked the opening of the Singapore Autumn (Gold Cup) meeting at Bukit Timah yesterday. Th 3 Governor, Sir Shenton Thomas, arrived soon after

UNITED SERVICES MEET POLICE [ARTICLE]

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UNITED SERVICES MEET POLICE (From Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. TOW scoring ruled at the opening of the two-day cricket match here today between United Services and the F.M.S. Police. United Services declared when nine wickets had fa'len for 107 runs. Longmore (39) and Freeman (25> were th 2

COTTON IS CHAMPION OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA [ARTICLE]

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COTTON IS CHAMPION OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA UENRY COTTON, with rounds of n 71, C 7,72., 72. 72, won the Czechoslovakia open golf championship, beating his nearest rival by eleven strokes says Reuter. HU second round was a cours? record.

STONOR SHIELD POSTPONED [ARTICLE]

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STONOR SHIELD POSTPONED (Prom Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. The Stonor Shield cricket match between Selangor Indians and T.P.C A. has been postponed until tomorrow.

CHINESE BEAT INDIANS [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE BEAT INDIANS Good bowling by Cecil Wong, a young Chinese schoolboy, who took four wickets for only one run. and Ong Swee Law. who took six wickets for 27, were mainly responsible for the collapse of the Indian Association at Hong Llm Green yesterday, when the Straits Chinese Recreation

S. & D. VICTORY OVER Y.M.C.A. [ARTICLE]

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S. D. VICTORY OVER Y.M.C.A. Th? SUIT and Deportments beat V.M.C.A. by 101 runs ar cricUct at th" V.M.C.A. pcOßd .vs erduv. They declared rt 17'! t:r the I iivj wickeis while t!>> YMCA r piled with enly 71 all oat Scores STAFF AM) DEPARTMENTS j Wilton b Swyny Moss

KUANTAN CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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KUANTAN CRICKET (From Our O.vn Correspondent > Kuin"u>. nrHE Sungel Lembin? European; j easily beat the Kuantan Europeans joy 110 runs and 5 wickets In their rpturn cricket match played at Kuanrai:. Scores: SI N(,l 1 LEMBING j R. Q. Baxter retired P. H. Way c Masctield b Jenning* 14

LOYALS AND AIRMEN DRAW; R.E. BEAT R.A. [ARTICLE]

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LOYALS AND AIRMEN DRAW; R.E. BEAT R.A. Two Goals Shared At The Stadium SHOWING a tremendous second half improvement the Loyal Regiment shared points to draw one-all with a strong RAF. team In a second round, first division league match at the Stadium yesterday. The Airmen won the first encounter

Badminton In Johore [ARTICLE]

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Badminton In Johore From Our Own Correspondent. Jfliorc Bahru. Ng Ni'tii Tee and Won* Peng Yee »ill lace one another again In the men's singles final of the Johore badminton championship this rear. In the men's doubles. Wong Peng Yee and Llm See Chanq qualified for the final to met

CENTENARY CUP [ARTICLE]

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CENTENARY CUP Frum Our Own Correspondent! Malacca. GOALLESS draw after extra time had been called was the result of the first, soccer match for the Centenary Cup competition between the Muslims and the Customs and Excisa Sports Club. The match will be played again at a later date. It was

BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIPS [ARTICLE]

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BOWLS CHAMPIONSHIPS PLAY in the pairs and singles bowls championships of the S.C.C. will be held as follows: Tomorrow: Pairs, H. Gray and J. E. Jeans vs. J. Philip and A. Buchanan. Tuesday: Singles, semi-final, W. M. Eri wards vs. E. J. Cassels. Wednesday: Pairs. F. H. Bror.ks and H.

Badminton [ARTICLE]

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Badminton 'THE high standard seen in the pre- limlnary games of the. men s open singles, championship of the Singapore Badmintcn Association last vcek WU well maintained when further ties were played off at the Clerical Unlor. Hall yesterday. The best game of the day was provided by Leow Rhn

Dutch Cricketers In England [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dutch Cricketers In England A team of Dutch cricketers, caplalned by Mr. R. G. Ingelse, or The Hague, arrived in London t j play four one-day matches with London Clubs. In their first match they met Merton, for whom Jack Hobbs turned out. Here is Jack Hobbs signing autographs on

Home Soccer League [ARTICLE]

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Home Soccer League Following are results of the first round of the 1 A. League and results and league tables in the Scottish league, the third round of which was played yesterday: DIVISION I Arsenal 2 Portsmouth 0 Birmingham 1 Sunderland 2 Blackpool 0 Everton 2 Bolton W. ..2 Charlton

VICTORY FOR SKINS RESERVES [ARTICLE]

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VICTORY FOR SKINS RESERVES I A FTER an uninspiring first half dur- ing which scoring opportunities I were not pressed home by the Innlskilling reserves a re-shuffle of the forwards resulted in them defeating the Malaya Publishing House by two goals to nil at Tanglln last evening. In the second

HOME CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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HOME CRICKET CLOSE of play scores in Home cricket matches begun yesterday, cabled by Reuter, are:— At Bournemouth. Nottinghamshire 203 (Boyes 5 for 56), Hampshire 98 for 3. At Dover, Yorkshire 328 for 8, vs. Kent. At Blackpool, Lancashire 338 for 7 (Hopwood 120) vs. Warwickshire. At Ashby-de-la Zouch, Derbyshire

R.A.F. BEAT S.C.C. [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. BEAT S.C.C. TTiE RAJ", easily beat the S.C.C. at cricket at Seletar yesterday. Scores: S.C.C. Jeans b Tfcggesall 5 Sutor b Brech Kenlon c Daniels b Tagg<sall 9 Brown run out 2 Bartram c Jackson b Rowlett 20 Jagger run out 10 Todd Ibw b Rowlett 0 Auchmuty c

S C. C. SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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S C. C. SOCCER The S.C.C. will play soccer against Pulau Brani on Wednesday at the S.C.C.

VOLUNTEER SNOOKER PAIRS [ARTICLE]

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VOLUNTEER SNOOKER PAIRS The final cf the Volunteer snooker pair will be held at the S.C.C. on Friday between H. H. Markham and D. M Seward and C. O. Fugler and D. M Henderson.

CHINESE BEAT INDIANS [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE BEAT INDIANS «From Our Own Correspondent) Muar. AN INTERESTING football match was played at the Muar Club I padang when the Young Chlnesj footi ball team, consisting of players still in j their teens, met and defeated th Young Indian foo'ball team by 3 goals to nil In a

MENTAL HOSPITAL [ARTICLE]

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MENTAL HOSPITAL The following will represent the Mental Hospital In a friendly soccer match against the Singapore veterans on Tuesday on the S.C.C. ground:— Leow So.m Kcong. Roheng. Peter Dlas, Mahani. En>» Xcv 1.. Ollverio. Hock Seng. Ahmad Hussein. Omar, Leo de jsilva. Ha£him.

S.A.F.A. LEAGUE TABLES [ARTICLE]

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S.A.F.A. LEAGUE TABLES POSITIONS given below show that the Chinese have only to get •ne more point to be sure of becoming first division champions of the S.A.F.A. league again. The Sappers are safe bets for second place. In the second division the fight lies between the Gunners, Inniskillings and

WHO WILL WIN OPEN BADMINTON SINGLES? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WHO WILL WIN OPEN BADMINTON SINGLES? Wong Peng Soon And Yap Chin Tee Should Meet In Final BY OUR BADMINTON CORRESPONDENT THE Useful Badminton Party, whose affiliation to the Singapore Badminton Association was only effected a?^ the beginning of the year, gained Its first success In competitive badminton when the

Selangor Badminton [ARTICLE]

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Selangor Badminton SELANGOH, as expected, qualified once again for the final of the Foong Seong Cup competition by a narrow victory over rVra':. Although Perak unquestionably pro- vided the keenest resistant? In the series so lar, Seiangor secured the previlege of meeting Johore on completion of the fourth tie, <lien

Penang Notes [ARTICLE]

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Penang Notes (From A Special Correspondent.) rE defeat of A. S. Samuel and Chan Kon L«ong, the Malayan doubles champion*. at the hands ot the Taiplng pair. Low Keat Soo and Teh Gin Soot at Ipoh last Sunday in the seml-flnal of the Foons Scon R Cu^ between selangor and

FOGNGSEONGCUP [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FOGNGSEONGCUP (Prwi.i Our Own Corie-pcndent.> Jchori ri.'liru, iUturda;-. J CHORE scored a eauncllia viCvOry oier i Malacca by four games to on; in their encounter last v.eslc-end at Johors Bahru. Thus Johore q> alifiid to met iji'angor, which, beat Perak 3—2 on the iam? •!..> at Ipoh, li: j the

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HUTTON AMONG THE CRICKET GIANTS [ARTICLE]

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HUTTON AMONG THE CRICKET GIANTS "ARCHER 22-Year-Old Holder Of Test Score Record BY MAN of the hour in the sporting world is Leonard Hutton, 22-year-old r.older of the world's record for the highest individual scors in o Test match with 364 Hutton first played first-class cricket In 1934. when after

SINGAPORE B. A [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE B. A ■■Ma BN lnviU-d for the Commercial Cup aiul lnter-school badminton tournaments. The entry f<ts are »5 and $3 per team respectively. The date o-. closing for entries is Sept. 9. Entry forms ere obtainable from the hon. secretary, c o. The Asiatic Petroleum Co. (SS) Ltd. The

MENDE B.P. [ARTICLE]

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MENDE B.P. TuE ntv.ly-rormed Mei.dc Badminton Party held Its first dinner at Pin Kung Hotel. Button l&nc. Peiifing, last Sunday. There ra«; a large gathering of members and guests vho enjoyed themselves thoroughly. After the dinner the following wtre elected office -bearers for the ensuing year: Prsiden*. Mr. Lee Slew

KUANTAN TOURNEY [ARTICLE]

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KUANTAN TOURNEY ft in Oiu Own Coiiupoi.oeul > Kuaman. E.sTKIES urc now open for the following vi the Kuantan District Badmln- on To lminwnt' Itnl open saiyles, men. •jm n c. rt)it op-n mixed doubles. fei.* i.s $1. per player r.nd Uie nn- Stp: S. The draw Till t-ikc placs

SPARTAN B.P. [ARTICLE]

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SPARTAN B.P. rl air of Ihr tournaments run fc> thr perty during the current \eui Op«n Singles l...mpicnship Tournament: Wlnn. Tie: runne. -up, Ten KoU lttm Tel:. i Iki-.1.1r-. Tournament Winners, Klioo fin; I •> Yew Xc:;;: rminerj-up I i En-:

CORONATION B.P. [ARTICLE]

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CORONATION B.P. M UMBERS of the Coronation Badminton Party arc requested to note that a cal! of postponement was made by the Eclipse B.P. and the match of 7 singles and 2 doubles will be played tomorrow night starting nr 7 p.m. at the Happy World covered stadium. Place of

JOYBELLS B.P. [ARTICLE]

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JOYBELLS B.P. npiES in the open singlos championship 1 tournament of th? Joybells Badminton Part;, played last Sunday resulted as follows: Tan Guan Chuan brat A. Rajoo 15 2, 15 2; Cho Chwce Tee beat Goh Kang Seng, 15 1, '.5 3; Goh Tian Chye beat O. Isaac 13—13 :5—

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Khoo KriK Tio. singles iminipion of the Spartan Badminton Parly foi three years in »oee» i-m, IMJ6, 1417 and 1938. I i I 1.-rt. C B. John and (rank J. Fernanda who lost U K. C. h.rian and A. M :m. 11- 15. 19—19 (o—s), 18—21. in ths qaarter-flaal of

Chinese May Win Both Divisions Of League [ARTICLE]

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Chinese May Win Both Divisions Of League WHILE the Chinese first string are almost sure of becoming champions again, their Reserves doing remarkable well in the second l lsion. As the position stands the Gunners are on top with a total of 31 points for the whole series, and the

CHARITY MATCH [ARTICLE]

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CHARITY MATCH An Inter-team badminton match will be played at the Happy World Covered Stadium on Sept. 3 at 7.30 p.m. between the Merryuu% Badminton Party and the United Athletic I Party, the match consisting of men's sin sirs 1 mixed double, and 2 men's doubles. The price of admission

ECLIPSE B.P. [ARTICLE]

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ECLIPSE B.P. rrur. Eclipse Badminton Party lost to the I Robinson Sports Club in a badminton match of three singles and two doubles at Villa Dolce. Tanjong Katong Road, last Sunday. The members were entertained to tcu after the match. Resulu (Eclipse firstsSingles: Lee Kirn Seng lost to Tan Chwce

DARAL NAIM B.P. [ARTICLE]

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DARAL NAIM B.P. A LARGE gathering taw the Daral Nairn Badminton Party defeat the New Badminton Party by 5 games to 2, In a return match of 4 singles and 3 doubles played last Sunday en the New B.P.s court at Gate's Hiil. Following are the results with the Dora!

MALACCA BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA BADMINTON 'From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca, Saturday. THE Malacca badmint n championships have reached the final stages All the finals except the junior doubles, which were decided today, will be played off tomorrow. In the final of the doubles Yoong Yong Pow and Ooh Heng Chian beat Mah Tlan

NON-BENDERS TEAM [ARTICLE]

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NON-BENDERS TEAM The following S.C.C. members have accepted to play cricket for Singapore Non-Benders vs. S.R.C. at 11 a.m. today at the B.C.C.:— Dr. H. O. Hopkins, the Hon. Mr. A. B. Jordan. O. Wat son. E. O. Wheatley. T. J Leitsslus. H. R. Baitels, W. W. Dean. L. V.

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The combined tennis teams of the Segamat Chinese and the Malacca Cantonese Association who met in a friendly match at Segamat last Sunday. Malacca won 3 2. The combined soccer teams of the Segamat Chinese and the Malacca Cantonese Association who played a charity match at Segamat, last Sunday, in

BADMINTON PROTEST [ARTICLE]

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BADMINTON PROTEST i Prom Our Own Correspondent) Malacca, Saturday. TT is understood that the Malacca Badminton Association is lodging a protest with the standing committee of the Badminton Association ot Malaya with regard to the recent Malacca-Johore match in the semifinal of* the Foons Seor.g Cup contest at Johore Bahru.

SEREMBAN BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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SEREMBAN BADMINTON (PYom Our Ovn Correspondent.) ISeremban. N a return badminton match the second string of the Merry Oan^ Badminton Party, of Seremban. beat the Kahang Malay Teachers by six games to one. Results:— Ooh Hean Chye beat Hashim 11—15. 15—4. 15—9; Wong Yip Loong beat Abu Bakar 15—0, I—3.

ENDEAVOUR B.P. [ARTICLE]

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ENDEAVOUR B.P. IT the hall-yearly general meeting of tno A Endeavour Badminton Party the following were elected office-bearers for the «m«n« g year:— President. Mr. Ong Kong Owl (re-elected) hon. secretary and treasurer. Mr. Ong Chene Hye i re-elected) hon. asct. aec. and treasurer. Mr. Yeo Tlang Hock (re-elected) hon.

GENTLE B.P. [ARTICLE]

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GENTLE B.P. MEMBERS of the Gentle Badmlntcn Party are requested to not« that entries for tiie open singles championship tournament (k.o. system) for the Sarifcan Challenge Cup are open and will close on Tlurs'Jay the Sept 8 The entry fee Is 40 csnts p« competitor. Tticcc v.Lslunsj to participate i;i

Segamat And Malacca [ARTICLE]

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Segamat And Malacca i From Our Own Correspondent) Segamat. IyiORE than $250 was collected in I charity soccer match in aid of tbe China Relief Fund played at Segamat recently when the Malacca Cantonese Sporting Association met the Segamat Chinese Recreation Club at soccer and tennis. The Association gained a

Batavia Boxing [ARTICLE]

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Batavia Boxing "K. O." BY JOE DIAMOND and Joe Eagle are in Batavla and have already found engagements. Eagle won his first bout without difficulty, but Diamond ccvceded too much weight and lost on points. Arrangements are baing made for more boxers to go to Java from Singapore. It Is

INTER-CLUB BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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INTER-CLUB BADMINTON (From Our Own Correspondent). Johore Bahru, Saturday. At a committee meeting of Johore Bahru District Badminton Association It was decided to cancel the inter-departments corepetition due to insufficient entries received, but the closing date for the lnter-club contests was again extended to Sept. 3, by which day the

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Rich And Poor Alike Wear Clogs [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rich And Poor Alike Wear Clogs HOW MALAYA'S MOST-USED FOOTWEAR IS SHAPED FROM WOOD BLOCKS pLOGS are popular footwear in Malaya. Rich and poor alike wear them. In wealthy homes they serve their purpose in the bathroom and the kitchen. Maidservants and poorer families unable to afford shoes wear them.

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