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The Malaya Tribune Vol. XV, •No. 300 SINGAPORE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1928 FIVE CENTS. The Malaya Tribune Saturday, December 22, 1928.

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Ceylon News and Notes. GOOD PROGRESS SHOWN BY STATISTICS. [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon News and Notes. GOOD PROGRESS SHOWN BY STATISTICS. Muslim Marriage Law. (From Ceylon Exchanges.) The eloquent figures from the Registrar General's report on vital statistics for 1927 reveal much that is satisfactory. A steadily increasing population is nothing unusual, and it is significant that a very large proportion of

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HYLAMS IN MALAYA. [ARTICLE]

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HYLAMS IN MALAYA. I' App Elders Community. r bar,» received (writes the "Egoist" in -Times of Malaya") an interesting m a Hylam gentleman who writes ",lUnt English. He is grieved, and e *htV -o» to Hylam com-rl?r-;V f Malaya has got a bad name on ffU un* the fulminaticns of

CHINESE MESSES. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE MESSES. Stringent Criticism in Penang. A local wit, in a moment of inspiration, called Penang a town of coffee shops and messes. Whether there are more coffee shops in Penang than any other town in Malaya, we do not know; but it does strike us there is a plethora

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KWANGSI'S PROGRESS. [ARTICLE]

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KWANGSI'S PROGRESS. Splendid Reconstruction Work. (Special to the "Malaya Tribune.") Nanking, December 11. Kwangsi, which has occasioned some surprise by the construction of more than 2,000 miles 6f public highways within a short time and the organization of many public schools, a well-equipped University, and electric light, telephone and wireless

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A splendid opportunity to see the "great" natural beauty of Japan and ample facilities to enjoy all that the country can offer" will be given the participants in the World Engineering Congress, which will be held in October and November next year in Tokyo, according to Baron K. Funichi, president

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tint tveninefs pleasure ruined IGNORANCE of parents of the importance of diet during a son's or daughter's adolescence ma\ cause grave consequences. At this period vital organs reach a climax. It is a delicate age when nature's demands for energy, and for replenishment of the physical and nerve organisms must

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Church Services. FOURTH SUNDAY EN ADVENT. St. Andrew's Cathedral December 23, 1928. 7 a.m. Holy Communion. 7:45 a.m. Holy Communion (Choral) and Sermon. 9:15 a.m. Matins and Litany. 4 p.m. the Catechism. 5:30 p.m. Evensong (Choral) and Sermon. During the following week at the Cathedral. Monday, Christmas Eve. 7:40 a.m.

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BETHESDA GOSPEL HALL Bras Basah Road Lord's Day 9 a.m. Breaking of Bread. Lord's Day 4 p.m. Bible Classes and Sunday School. Lord's Day 8 p.m. Gospel Service. Speaker: Mr. James Teskey. Subject: Baptism Service with Address on "Hindrances to Baptism." Monday, 5:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Bible

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HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. Ships Alongside the Wharve3 or Expected to Arrive. Singapore, December 22. East Wharf (Entrance Gate 1). Nil. Main Wharf (Entrance Gate 3). Deli 17; City of Madras 15; Theseus 9. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate 3). Kumsang 30; Morioka Maru 35; City of Perth 37. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] London, December 21. Paris 124 New York 4.85 13/32 Brussels 34.87 Geneva 25.17 Amsterdam 12.07% Milan 92.65 Berl n 20.36 Stockholm 18.11 C nenhagen 18.17 Oslo 18.19 Vienna 34.475 Prague 163.75 iM<nigfors 193 Madrid 29.78 li.-bon 109*4 Athens 375 Bucharest 809% Rio' 5%

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The rate of issue of Money Orders for J ndl a and Ceylon to-day is Rs. 158 equal 5? ll)n The rate of payment of Money vrdors Imm India and Ceylon is Rs. 155 «quai t0 J*mM

SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Association to be Formed Into Incorporated Body. A special general meeting of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce was held in the Exchange Room, Fullerton Building, yesterday afternoon, when the Hon. Mr. Bagnall presided. The business before the meeting was the passing of two resolutions as follows:

BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE. [ARTICLE]

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BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE. Macdona Players and "Mrs. Warren's Profession." "Mrs. Warren's Profession," a Shaw play that was censored for 30 years, offers a tremendous opportunity for two actresses. If the part of Mrs. Warren and her daughter are not played with delicate understanding the whole production falls flat. Miss Joan. Hopegood,

HUGE CHANDU SEIZURE. [ARTICLE]

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HUGE CHANDU SEIZURE. Successful Plea of Ignorance. The recent attempt to smuggle 4,000 tahils of chandu into the Colony was echoed in the District Court this morning, when the case came up for hearing. The drug, it will be recalled, was shipped from China as cargo, and was concealed in

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

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SINGAPORE Y.M.C.A. Prize-Giving Function. A very successful social function was held at the V.M.C.A., Orchard Road, on Thursday last when some 300 members were present. Mr. L. P. Cranna (Gen. Secretary) introduced the Hen. Mr. W. Bartley (President). Some games were indulged in and refreshments served after which the President

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In the heart of the Belgian Congo, a young American scientist has just organized the world's greatest clinic to find a cure for African sleeping sickness, the scourge of the Dark Continent which claims 100,000 victims a year.

L.O.N. HEALTH BUREAU. [ARTICLE]

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L.O.N. HEALTH BUREAU. Bullcim for Week Ending December 15. The following is the Health Bulletin of the League of Nations' Eastern Bureau (Singapore) for the week ended December 15: Basrah: 4 smallpox cases and 3 deaths. Baghdad: 1 plague case; 6 smallpox cases and 5 deaths. Bombay: 1 plague death;

A BAD CHARACTER. [ARTICLE]

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A BAD CHARACTER. Punished for Cheating Unemployed. An unu.' ual case of cheating came up for hearing before the District Judge (Mr. C. H. G- Clarke) yesterday, when a Straitsborn Chinese named Koo Bah Bee was prosecuted on three counts of that charge. He was convicted and sentenced to 18

FAREWELL FUNCTION. [ARTICLE]

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FAREWELL FUNCTION. Ceylon Tamil Association. The members of the Ceylon Tamil Association assembled at No. 11 Dhoby Ghaut yesterday to bid farewell to Dr. S. Thambipillai, of the Government Outdoor Dup nsary, Pay* Lebar, on the eve of his departure for Malacca. Mr. M. V. Pillai, the Pres dent of

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. "Two Lovers" at the Alhambra. The Alhambra is providing a special attraction for Christmas week in "Two Lovers," with Ronald Qolman and Vilma Eanky, beginning on Wednesday next. The picture is an adaptation from Baroness Or< zy's novel Leatherface." made under Fred Niblo's direction, whose recent efforts include

SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. The s.s. "Kumsang" will arrive to-day from Calcutta. She does not carry deck passengers on board. The s.s. "Dartagan" will arrive here from Colombo on December 23 at 7 a.m., and will sail the same day at 5 p.m. for Saigon, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kobe, and Yokohama. ARRIVALS.

FINANCE & COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE COMMERCE. PRODUCE. Singapore, December 22. Old Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $340 Bayers Sellers Old Siam Rice 2 $334 Muntok White Pepper 97.00 Old Siam Rice 3 $326 Johore Black Pepper Old Siam Rice 4 $320 Mixed Black Pepper 64.00 New Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $313

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SINGAPORE DIARY. To-day, December 22. «vh Tides. —6.1 a.m., 6.26 p.m. •fiAva Cup: Singapore v. United Services. SSlin Club: Fancy Dress Ball. »»o-«i>na Players, matinee: "You Never p, an Tell," 5 p.m. unrdona Players, Mrs. Warren's Profession," Victoria Theatre, 9.30 p.m. To-morrow, December 23. jjijrh Tides—6.s3 a.m., 7.44 p.m. Monday,

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THE WEATHER. Meteorological WeeklyReport. Hill Station records for the seven days ending midnight on Saturday, December 15, are as follows: Penang Hill. Altitude of observation (feet above M. S. L.) 2,100. Average mean shade temperature (aeg. F.) 70.79. Total evaporation (in inches) .257. Total rainfall (in inches)* 2.942.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. [ARTICLE]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. Births, Marriages and Deaths. ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. Chan Seng Poh, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Chan Kang Swi of Malacca, is engaged to Miss Tan Lai Choo, the sixth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tan Kah Kee of Singapore. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to witness

MALAYA'S MENTOR. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA'S MENTOR. We shall await with curiosity if not with enthusiasm fuller accounts —or the production itself—of Mr. Ormsby-Gore's report on his visit to Malaya, Ceylon and Java. It has been officially deemed important enough to warrant publication as a Blue Book, running to as many as 166 pages, and

MAILS FROM EUROPE. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS FROM EUROPE. Train Delayed by Floods. The night express due at Tank Road Station a t 7.41 a.m. with mails from Europe, F.M.S., and Malacca, ran four an] a half hours late due, it is understood, to floods near Gemas. The train was expected at Tank Road Station at

MAILS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED. From France by s.s. D.Artagnan, due at Singapore at 7 a.m. to-morrow. From China by s.s. Hosang, due at Singapore to-morrow. From China and Japan by s.s. Celebes Maru, due at Singapore to-morrow. From China and Manila by s.s. President Monroe, due at Singapore daylight on Monday, the

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. [ARTICLE]

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. r. a. a. McKerron M C < granted leave for a specified Mr. J. S. W. Arthur, MCS h appointed to act as Denu'v secutor, Penang. 1 I'r Mr. M. Wheatley, headmast, rof a v George V School, Seremb.n V. L X Calcutta on a holiday.

THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY. [ARTICLE]

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THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY. There will be no issiie of the "Malay* Tribune" on Tuesday next—Christmas D*F« The paper will be nuUished as on Wednesday—Boxing Day.

ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL. [ARTICLE]

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ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL. December 24, 5 to 6 p.m. Carol?. 6 p.m. Festal Evensong.

TIN AND RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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TIN AND RUBBER. Latest Quotations. RUBBER. London:—B 9/16 d. New York:—l 7% cents (C). Singapore:—29-29 cents. TIN. London:—Spot £222 17s 6d I months £223 Os Od (unchjmgw- Singapore:—sll2.37 (175 tons

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KING'S PROGRESS VERY SLOW. [ARTICLE]

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KING 'S PROGRESS VERY SLOW. Air of Confidence at the Palace. -jftjCE GEORGE ARRIVES HOME. Reuter's Service. London, December 21. for the first time since the illness developed seriously, an air of ri was noticeable at the Palace. roLT the King has been making has *Urv slow and it must

YESTERDAY MORNING. [ARTICLE]

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YESTERDAY MORNING. London, December 21. The Kin: assed a fairly good night. bulletin at 11.30 a.m., signed by three rtors ;s that the King had a restful Lt and there is no appreciable change noted. 1.4o p.m. j. s authoritatively learnt that the mornYulletin s interpreted as indicating that <

MORE CHEERFUL OUTLOOK. [ARTICLE]

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MORE CHEERFUL OUTLOOK. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, December 21. The favourable turn in the King's condl33. wmin,' as it has done on the eve of 'Irjstmastide, has relieved public anxiety E tr uUd a more cheerful outlook generic. h v medical journal, the "Lancet," in i s

COUNCIL OF STATE. [ARTICLE]

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COUNCIL OF STATE. Reuter's Service. British Official Wireless. |1 [Reuter's Service.] 1| London, December 21. 9 The Council of State met at Buckingham this morning. Ha)1 six members, the Queen, the Prince of Bhits. the Duke of York, Mr. Baldwin, the ■irchbishop of Canterbury and Lord HailsHr. were present. Tiie

RUHR STEEL DISPUTE. [ARTICLE]

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RUHR STEEL DISPUTE. Arbitrator's Decision. Reuter's Service. Dortmund. December 21. n the Ruhr iron and steel dispute \*venrig gave a decision in favour of */"?ma] award being binding til the order to compel respect for Herr Severing has drawn up a perat iv« in 1929 and effective of 1930, which

WONDERS OF RADIO. [ARTICLE]

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WONDERS OF RADIO. Reuter's Service. |l Berlin, December 21. Pttdß service between tfcj? Uen 8 Aires was opened to the ■•l A band at Buenos Aires, pW' erman National Anthem, was

Britain and China. [ARTICLE]

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Britain and China. JAPAN REGARDS TREATY PHILOSOPHICALLY. Chiang Kai Shek's Welcome. Reuter's Service. London, December 21. The signature of the Anglo-Chinese Treaty at Nanking is authoritatively described in London as the first tangible step to putting Anglo-Chinese relations on a sound bap is and opening a new era therein. This

THE KING'S WISHES. [ARTICLE]

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THE KING'S WISHES. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, December 21. At Nanking yesterday the British Minister, Sir Miles Lampson, formally presented his credentials to President Chiang Kai Shek. In doing so he expressed the King's wishes for the prosperity and welfare of the Republic of China and his

COTTON AMALGAMATION. [ARTICLE]

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COTTON AMALGAMATION. London Banks Hesitate. Reuter's Service. London, December 21. A serious hitch, due to the attitude of London banks, has occurred in the creation of the Lancashire Textile Corporation, which intended to amalgamate cotton-mills in order to restore prosperity in Lancashire. Financial interests in London were prenared to sponsor

BANKS UNITE RESOURCES [ARTICLE]

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BANKS UNITE RESOURCES Reuter's Service. New York, December 21. Banking resources, totalling nearly $500 000,000 will be united by the affiliation of two leasing New York banking institutions, the Bank of the Manhattan Company and the International Acceptancee Bank Incorporated, which are not merging but will co-ordinate by an exchange

OBITUARY. [OBITUARY]

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OBITUARY. Reuter's Service. Former Italian Army Chief. [Reuter's Service.] London, December 21. A message from Rome reports the death yesterday of Marshal Cadorna, ex-Com-mander-in-Chief of the Italian Army. [A message received on Wednesday reported that he was dead, and a correction stated that he was in a very grave condition.]

Disastrous Blaze. [ARTICLE]

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Disastrous Blaze. COPRA STILL BURNING FURIOUSLY. Flames Revived Last Night. Fanned by a strong breeze last night the smouldering remains of what were, till recently, thousands of tons of copra, burst into flames and there was again grave danger of the fire spreading to the neighbouring godowns, but the Brigade,

THE AFGHAN REVOLT. [ARTICLE]

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THE AFGHAN REVOLT. Armed Robbers Driven Back. Reuter's Service. London, December 21. The Afghan Legation, which is communicating with Kabul by wireless via Moscow, states that the tribesmen with whom Sir Francis Humphries conversed were 7,000 well-armed robbers disguised as Afghan troops. This explains the report that part of the

FRIENDLY TO FOREIGNERS. [ARTICLE]

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FRIENDLY TO FOREIGNERS. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] December 21. In flying over the British Legation at Kabul ye-terday the Br tish aeroplane making the daily reconnaissance read a message displayed on the lawn as follows: "All well; situation improving; do not land." No information regarding the situation in

LAWYER WOUNDED. [ARTICLE]

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LAWYER WOUNDED. Attacked by Alsatian Autonomists. Reuter's Service. London, December 12 M. Fachot, prosecuting counsel at the recent trial of the Alsatian autonomists of Colmar, was attacked in his house in Paris and seriously wounded in the chest by bullets. Paris, December 21. M. Fachot has died and his assailant

SUFFERED IN PRISON. [ARTICLE]

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SUFFERED IN PRISON. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, December 21. Mr. Brewer, second officer of the steamer ''Clan Lamont," who was arrested in Portuguese West Africa on a charge of theft, and against the severity of whose sentence strong protest was made by the British to the Portuguese

ROTARY MOVEMENT. [ARTICLE]

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ROTARY MOVEMENT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, December 21. At the Kuala Lumpur Rotary Club dinner last night Ipoh visitors were the guests. Mr. A. F. Richards proposed the toast of the visitors, Mr. Cochrane replying. Dr. Wellington, Col. Rae and Raja Uda also spoke. Mr. Choo Kia Peng

To-day's Feature. [ARTICLE]

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To-day's Feature. CEYLON NEWS AND NOTES, on page 2.

NIGHTMARE SCENES IN LONDON. [ARTICLE]

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NIGHTMARE SCENES IN LONDON. Government Enquiry into Explosion. SHOPS' CHRISTMAS TRADE RUINED. Reuter's Service. London, December 21. The wreckage in High Holborn is estimated at £200,000, roads, sewers and other underground services accounting for £50,000. Many gangs were employed all night on the hazardous job of boring through the gas-impregnated

STILL RISK OF EXPLOSIONS. [ARTICLE]

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STILL RISK OF EXPLOSIONS. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, December 21. Masked workmen this afternoon succeeded in scaling up the great gas main beneath the road in Hign Street, Holborn. from which gas had b«.er pouring since the explosions that did s i much damage. After the main

QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE. [ARTICLE]

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QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE. German Judge's Resignation. Reuter's Service. Berlin, December 21. Dr. Simons, president of the Supreme Court of Leipzig (the highest German judicial authority) has resigned owing to a clash with the Reich Government. The latter did not await Dr. Simons' decision on a petition from Baden for an

MURDERED BRIDE. [ARTICLE]

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MURDERED BRIDE. Chinese Woman's Body Exhumed. Reuter's Service. Keswick, December 21. The body of Wai Shoung, the murderd bride of Chang Vi Miao, was exhumed by Walter Swinburne, who saved the body from a pauper's by providing a plan oak coffin and paying for the grave. The coffin was placed

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Sports & Pastimes. GOOD WIN FOR MALAYS. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Pastimes. GOOD WIN FOR MALAYS. Welch Beaten in Vigorous Game. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. The Malays duplicated their victory over the Welch at the Stadium yesterday, beating them by five goals to two, after a very keen and interesting struggle. A much better game would have resulted had play been strictly

S.A.P. Married v. Single. [ARTICLE]

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S.A.P. Married v. Single. An interesting match was witnessed on the Malay ground yesterday, when Married and Single teams of the Social Athletic Party drew 2—2. Keng Hiang played in his old position on the right wing instead of refereeing. Tow Pew opened the score with a hard shot from

C.T.A. v. H.Y.M.L.U. [ARTICLE]

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C.T.A. v. H.Y.M.L.U. The following will represent the Ceylon Tamils' Association against the Hindu Young Men's Literary Union on the former's ground at Balestier to-morrow: Kanagaratnam; Veluppillai, Sirtgam; S. S. Maniam, Pomriah, V. Muthucumarasamy; M. S. Maniam, Ramuppillai, Nalliah, Sivasamboo, Mutukumaru. Reserve: Sinnadu rai. The following will represent the H.Y.M.L.U.:

The Toll of Sport. [ARTICLE]

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The Toll of Sport. (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, November 6. On the occasion of All Saints' Day the Paris newspaper L'Auto called for a moment's remembrance of those who during the past year have met their death In the cause of sport. Airmen, by a very long way, head

FIRST AND SECOND TESTS. [ARTICLE]

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FIRST AND SECOND TESTS. Batting and Bowling Averages. CRICKET. i i o c Batting. «q 4 <g 1 c 3 o > A' X H H < Hammond (E) 3 323 251 107.66 Hendren (E) 3 288 169 96 Woodfull (A) 4 209 111 1 69.66 Jardine (E) 3 128

THE KIPPAX INCIDENT. [ARTICLE]

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THE KIPPAX INCIDENT. Why the Crowd Jeered. An account of "the Kippax incident," referred to in a Reuter message on the Second Test Match, is given in the following report from Sydney by the correspondent of the "Ceylon Independent": "Kippax started in a confident manner but suddenly the game was

How Larwood Gets Wickets. [ARTICLE]

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How Larwood Gets Wickets. PONSFORD'S VIEWS ON ENGLISH BOWLER. Writing in an Australian paper after the M.C.C. match with Victoria, W. H. Ponsford gives his opinion of Larwood's bowling. He writes:— I have been asked for a candid opinion of the merits of Larwood as a fast bowler. For a

Y.M.C.A. Beat S.C.C. [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. Beat S.C.C. HOCKEY. vie terday s hoc key match between the LTh P-w? n the S C C- A team Played on the latter's ground, the visitors won by three goals to nil. At half-time the visitors had one goal to their credit. Singh scored two goals and Stack

SELANGOR T.C. REPORT. [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR T.C. REPORT. The New Race-course. THE TURF. The report of the Selangor Turf Club for the 13 months ended October 31 shows a surplus of $69,225.51 after allowing $37,631.67 for depreciation on buildings, vehicles, machinery, equipment, etc., and the expenditure of $23,816.24 on the upkeep and improvement of the

Entries for 1930 "Classics." [ARTICLE]

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Entries for 1930 "Classics." The entries for the five "classic" races of 1930, have ctosed with the following totals:—Derby, 345 (including one American entry); Two Thousand Guineas, 281; One Thousand Guineas, 252; Oaks, 293; St Leger, 344. The King is represented by Captain Kidd in the thr:e races for colte,

Selangor T.C. Meeting. [ARTICLE]

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Selangor T.C. Meeting. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, December 22. The annual meeting of the Selangor Turf Club last night discussed the new race course, where the progress is satisfactory. Mr. Mac Donald was re-elected chairman. The committee is: Messrs. Delamore, Leyne, Lowinger, Watson, Menzies, D'Arcy and Irvine.

A Great Trainer. [ARTICLE]

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A Great Trainer. (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, November 15. Mr. Peter Valentine Purcell Gilpin, the well known trainer, has diod at his house at Dollarstown, Kilcock, County Kildare. He was 62 years of age and had been ill for some time in Ireland. He broke a collar bone when

Henry Cotton Leaves for America. [ARTICLE]

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Henry Cotton Leaves for America. GOLF. "I feel that I am going out on a voyage of discovery," recently said Henry Cottoa, the 21-year-old Langley Park golf professional, who has left London for the United States. "I believe that there is a great deal to be learnt from American tournament

MALAYA CUP. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA CUP. To-day's Big Match. RUGBY FOOTBALL. To-day the best civilian and military rugger talent in the Colony will be seen in opposition in the final of the Southern section, and to-day's winners will have th 2 honour of defending the Malaya Cup in the final against Perak, the champions

Kiar Fong's Party v. Mayflower. [ARTICLE]

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Kiar Fong's Party v. Mayflower. BADMINTON. The following will represent Kiar Fong's Party against the Mayflower Badminton Party on the S.C.F.A. ground to-morrow: Ah Seng, See Kum, Kia Heng, Wee Dek, Joo Moh, Wee Lun, Kia Swang, Hoon Toon, Shanp Ship, York Sack, Kiar Fong. Reserves:—Wah Eng, Chee Yam and

A.C.S. (Penang) v. Mayflower. [ARTICLE]

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A.C.S. (Penang) v. Mayflower. An interesting fixture has been arranged between the A.C.S., Penang, and the Mayflower B. P., to be played on the latter's Court, on Tuesday next at 3.30 p.m. The A.C.S. team is reported to be a very strong one and, with i?ood weather, a keen struggle

JAPANESE NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE NEWS. (By courtesy of the Nichi-Nichi Shimbunsha.) Tokyo, December 20. TRUST COMPANIES. Trust companies are very popular in Japan, deposit money alone totalling over V 1,000,000^000. ANGLO-JAPANESE COMPETITION. The Federation of Master Cotton Spinners' Associations is stated to have requested shipping concerns to reduce freight rates on manufactured cotton

TIN OUTPUTS. [ARTICLE]

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TIN OUTPUTS. November Returns. The following tin outputs are reported to us for the month of November:— Ipoh Dredging 785 pels. Kinta 425 pels. Kuchai 925 pels. Lingui 195.20 pels. Pahang Consolidated 3,421.15 pels. Renong 969 pels. Semenyih 115 pels. Sungei Kinta 600 pels. Ting Kil 155.20 pels.

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According to Calcutta advices dramatic incidents marked the recent voyage of the "Kasada Maru" from the Far East to Europe. At Rangoon it was discovered that the mail bags had been rifled, but the theft remained a mystery until the vessel was passing through the Bay of Bengal, when money

CONTINENTAL CABLES. [ARTICLE]

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CONTINENTAL CABLES. Rhur Dispute Award. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Ruhr, December 21. Herr Severing's award in the Ruhr iron dispute is announced. Both parties are pledged to accept the award, which grants slight wage increases and cannot be denounced before June 30, 1930. AVENOL'S SUCCESSFUL MISSION. Geneva, December 21. The League

NIGHT CLUB SENSATION. [ARTICLE]

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NIGHT CLUB SENSATION. Ribuffi and Mrs. Meyrick to Stand Trial. Reuter's Service. London, December 21. Ribuffi and Mrs. Meyrick have been committed to trial, bail being allowed in £2,000 each. [The accused are charged under the Prevention of Corruption Act. Mrs. M?yrick is the "Night Club Queen." It will be

PENANG PADANG. [ARTICLE]

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PENANG PADANG. Important Decision of the Two Clubs. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Penang, December 21. At a meeting held at the P.C.C. yesterday the report of the special committee appointed by the two Padang clubs in Penang was adopted and a resolution passed that the authorities should be approached for

FLOODS IN IPOH. [ARTICLE]

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FLOODS IN IPOH. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, December 22. There was disconcerting news early today that the Perak river is in flood. Later it was stated that the Enggor pontoon bridge rose very hie-h and was therefore opened out, cutting off the trunk road traffic. Water flowed over the

ON THE ROCKS. [ARTICLE]

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ON THE ROCKS. Seas Pounding Relentlessly. The two A P.C. oil tankers which have run aground off Bahk Papan are being battered by heavy seas which have carried them on to further hidden rocks. Two powerful tugs, one from Hong Kon» and the other from Manila, a r e rushing

Telegrams in Brief. [ARTICLE]

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Telegrams in Brief. Reuter's Service. Rio de Janeiro, December 21. Mr. Hoover has arrived. Oslo, December 21. Mr Bade, the Norwegian Minister at i m SfiH and will be succeeded by Mr. Michelet, Minister for China and Japan. Moscow, December 21. The Russo-German economic conference ended after the signing of

Rubber Research. [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Research. MINUTES OF I NST|T MEETING. E Malay Officers Not onsid Necessary. The twenty-first meeting 1 the Rubber Insfi- lh( Bfl ar d J was held on December n„ **J at the Laboratory of th( b b ard fojl miles, Damansara Read, Kuala? tute 2?l Present.— Mr. F. W

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The Malayan untitled bcr —a b > > > c,i'-r i^ > !al arl>< «> > >' > «nutter», i pt»'>' trated jolc» > > <>ne of «bich bo'.li l! > Express l.'.c.l it i< full value for tbe

THE LATE UNGKU OMAR. [ARTICLE]

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THE LATE UNGKU OMAR. johore Malays Mourn a Great Man. took place on Saturday evenb**4 h hi? re idence at Jalan Tebru, \f the Hon. Y. M. Ungku D.K (Date Kerabat of f Jstingafcked Family Order of t XXXXX1 The funeral took place on Sunh n with the usual ceremony,

SWEE BOCK MEMORIAL FUND. [ARTICLE]

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SWEE BOCK MEMORIAL FUND. t a meeting held at the Garden Club, Chambers, the following were elected ci the Lim Swee Bock Memorial jj" President, Mr. Song Ong Siang, L vice-presidents, the Hon. Mr. c Hon. Mr. S. Q. Wong and p Tun Soo Bin, J.P., Scow Poh Leng, Phang,

THE RUBBER MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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THE RUBBER MARKET. Lewis and Peat's (Singapore) Report. «*rs. Lewis and Peat (Singapore) Ltd., PFore, in their weekly report dated ttker 21, state: the approach of ths Christmas holi- the market has settled down into a Poov-f from which it is unlikely to until af ter the New Year. For

Guthrie's Report. [ARTICLE]

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Guthrie's Report. I!- Guthrie and Co., Ltd., Singapore, v report dated December 21, r Market remains dull and The end of the year slackness nd with only a short worked before them traders are windowfor inventory purposes, g has maintained near posi- the future trend is stdl e and will

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Correspondence. [ARTICLE]

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Correspondence. TOur readers are invited to write to ua on subjects of public interest. It must be understood that the "Malaya Tribune*' doe3 not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspondents. Letters should be as brief as possible, and preferably typewritten. Pen-names may be used, but the names and addresses of

Encroachment on Legal Practice in Johore. [ARTICLE]

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Encroachment on Legal Practice in Johore. (To the Editor. "Malaya Tribune.") Sir, —I have read with great interest "Advena's" letter and other letters appearing in your esteemed paper from time to time on the subject of the so-called "attesting witness" or "qualified witness'' in Johore. I assume that "Advena" is

Architectural Originality in Malaya. [ARTICLE]

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Architectural Originality in Malaya. (To the Editor, "Malaya Tribune.") Sir,—The editors of "Straits Produce" have always been notable for the encouragement they have given to local artistic talent. They are. therefore, the more to be congratulated for having been instrumental in bringing to the public eye the latest development in

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The State Council of Nanking in an older to the Special Municipality of Nanking instructs that from 3000 to 4000 houses must be immediately built within the next two months for the accommodation of the poor and the homeless in the city. The expenses will be appropriated from contributions from

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