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The Malaya Tribune Vol. XVI. -No. 5 SINGAPORE, MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1929 FIVE CENTS. The Malaya Tribune Monday, January 7, 1929.

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MALAYAN INDIANS IN CONFERENCE. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN INDIANS IN CONFERENCE. Thejndian Agent's Retirement MRS. E* V. DA VIES' ADDRESS. (By Our Indian Correspondent.) II After the resolutions before the conference had been disposed of, the Hon. Mr. S, Veerasamy paid a handsome tribute to the Government of India Agent v/ho took an unusually keen interact in

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Madame Pavlova and her company of 46 artists will be showing in Ipoh on the 28th inst. Madame Pavlova will be the guest of Mr. A. Metcalfe.

When The Stomach Rebek [ARTICLE]

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When The Stomach Rebek A Danger Signal. A distinguished medical authority has wiitten, "When a man's stomach* wrong he starts on the down grade" Indigestion, dyspepsia, and other forms of stomach disorder produce depression and melancholy. One of the commonest causes of in<i tion is weak, thin blood. If Mood

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Ceylon News & Notes. [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon News Notes. MR. ORMSBY-GORE AND THE CIVIL SERVICE. Views on the Reforms. (From Ceylon Exchanges.) Mr. Ormsby-Gore's report on his recent visit to the British Colonies which has been issued as a Blue Book, contains some very weighty observations on certain problems relating to Ceylon. He opines that it

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The New China-XXII. [ARTICLE]

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The New China-XXII. EXTRA TERRITORIALITY IS THE REAL BONE OF CONTENTION. The Chinese Demand Freedom in China! FRIENDSHIP v. FORCE IN THE PROMOTION OF TRADE. (By L. M.—Our Special Correspondent.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] Incidentally references have been made to the rights and privileges Which foreigners have secured through treaties, of

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BUSINESS IN 1929. [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS IN 1929. "Good Year" Expected in Ipoh. With the opening of the new year I have been at some pains to discover what the merchants and traders in Ipoh anticipate in the way of trade during K»29, and it is most heartening to find, amongst even the most cautious

MARKET PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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MARKET PRICES. Singapore, December 29. MEAT. Beef, steak (round) kati 60 Beef, stew or curry kati 45 Pork, lean kati 64 Pork lean and fat (Ist quality) kati 52 Mutton Indian lb. 55 Mutton Australian lb. 55 Fowl, kati 72 Hens (Locally reared) kati 78 Ducks each LOO Pigeons, domestic,

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Those who contributed dolls to Mrs. Th* ley u Jon s L sta w "l be glad to know the result of their efforts. A sum of $1 000 was added to the Organ Fund as Pfoceeds of the sale. Great thanks are due to all who helped to make

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SOOTHES AT A TOUCH! ffia ,«£r3.?™ F"<JESS, 1 LC'WKS for v!. a T e P«"i A fte «-.^fferin R from a terrible ulcerated leg T "51 le° if „«1 *r, be T lnK '"formed that I should rertainly lose my \**<i com.'M3s 1 V am le f sed to tell

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OVERJACE Had to Stay Home From Work. Healed by Cuticura. "My face first broke out with some wet eruptions which spread rapidly all over it. Water came from the eruptions which used to burn and itch something terrible. I had to stay home from work a fortnight on account of

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HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. Ships Alongside the Wharves. Singapore, Jan. 7. East Wharf (Entrance Gate 1). Rohna 22; Mijer 20. Main Wharf (Entrance Gate 3). Tilawa 18; Pfalz 13; Pres. Wilson 11; Xingchow 6. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate 3). Yamagata Maru 34; Ipoh 39. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate 4). Silverbelle 48. West

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The rate of issue of Money Orders for India and Ceylon to-day is Rs. 153 equal to $100. The rate of payment of Money Orders from India and Ceylon is Rs. 155 equal to $100. St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore, was dedicated on St Paul's Day, 1562. Sunday, Jan. 20, will

FINANCE & COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE COMMERCE. PRODUCE. Singapore, January 7. Old Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $335 T Bayers Sellers Old Siam Rice 2 $320 Muntok White Pepper 100.00 Old Siam Rice 3 m $315 Johore Black Pepper Old Siam Rice 4 $310 Mixed Black Pepper 66.00 New Siam Rice No. 1 per

Indian Labour. [ARTICLE]

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Indian Labour. EVILS OF KANGANY RECRUITMENT. Are Labourers Misled? VII. Truth wri tes further from Klang: "No sooner is a law made than a* evasion of it is discovered also." —Italian Proverb. S vs?em y o} a lett f r 1 descril >ed the present made in it fn rU,t

THE RUBBER MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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THE RUBBER MARKET. Guthrie's Report. Messrs. Guthrie and Co., Ltd-, Singapore, in their weekly report dated January 5, state. The commodity market opened the* Year quietly steady with smail trading and values generally unchanged. A consistent demand for Spot and near deliveries has however improved the tone and prices are

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENT? TO LET—lmmediately 450, Serangoon Road and adjoining new houses, water, electric la(d. Apply R. Jumabhoy 2o\ Malacca Street. BILLET WANTED—Young Englishman (26) seeks position with Mercantile firm or otherwise. Sound knowledge Accounts, Secretarial duties, Correspondence and General Office routine. First-class experience, both at Home and in Malaya. Salary

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SINGAPORE DIARY. Today, January 7. Hii?h Tides. —7.37 a.m., 9.18 p.m. Hockey: S.C.C. 'A' v. R.A.M.C. Vie. Theatre: Coyne Musical Comedy Co., Keep Moving." 9.30 p.m. To-morrow, January 8. High Tides.—B.2o a.m., 10.8 p.m. Rural Board: Land Office, 11 a.m. Rugby: Etc. and Law v. Merchants. Rugby: S.C.C. 'A' v.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. [OBITUARY]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. Births. Marriages and Deaths. DEATH. SEET—Beloved wife of Mr. Sect Cheng Lin (nee Tan Teck Toon Neo), on Sunday, the Gth inst., at her residence N >. 176, Tanjong Pagar Road, at the age of 40. The deceased left besides a widower, four sons, Messrs. Sect Chee Jlean,

EDUCATION IN THE COLONIES. [ARTICLE]

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EDUCATION IN THE COLONIES. Mr. Amery may not be overpopular in Malaya as Secretary of State for the Colonies, because of that little "plot" concerning the Colony's Defence Contribution, but he is nevertheless a shrewd man of real statesmanlike qualities, and certainly takas his responsibilies very seriously. It would seem

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New rules under the Quarantine Ordinance provide that cattle may only be landed or shipped at the S. H. B. wharves or Telok Ayer reclamation, but the Government Veterinary Surgeon may, with the consent of the Colonial Secretary or in exceptional circumstances, perm.t landing or shipping elsewhere.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. [ARTICLE]

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. A. Caldecott, Secretary for Postal Affairs, was in Seremban on Friday. Mr. C. T. W. Dobrat, A.C.P., Kuala Lumpur, is to be transferred to Negri Sembilan, and will be stationed temporarily at Tampin. Miss J. Foss, headmistress of the Pudu English School, has returned to Kuala

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The "Japanese News" reports the death of Mr. Yosuke Hanami, M.P., who belonged to the Seiyu Party, now in power. Two engines from the Central Fire Station were on Saturday morning called to 51, Cecil Street, where a fire had broken out in the cook-house. The flames were soon extinguished,

COYNE COMEDY CO. [ARTICLE]

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COYNE COMEDY CO. Bright Entertainment at Victoria Theatre. Mr. Fred Coyne, a popular figure on th* Malayan "boards" as a result of well-remembered visits, has '•■cored a His new Musical Comedy Company 2H* on Saturday evening opened a season the Victoria Theatre, Singapore. pleased a large audience with an entertain

GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [ARTICLE]

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE. Friday. Dec 28. His Excellency the Governor and Lad\ Clifford landed unofficially at Penang anil spent the day and dined with the Hon the Resident Councillor and Mrs. Meadows FtmM at the Residency. Sunday. Dec. 30. His Excellency the governor and Lad> Clifford landed unofficia ly from the

MAILS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED. From China by s.s. Cremer, due at Singapore this afternoon. From China and Japan by s.s. Tacoma Maru, due at Singapore to-morrow

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Subscribers who have untitled Saturday's issue of the "Malaya Tribtae" are kindly asked to note that the its non-delivery was that a bicycle with a number of copies of the paper WMt in Oldham Lane. The messi that he left the machine for a few minutes to deliver a copy

TIN AND RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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TIN AND RUBBER. Latest Quotations. RUBBER. London:—8 11/16. New York: —18 cents (G.). Singapore:—29*4-29*6 cents. TIN. London:—Spot £2?0 10s (down 30s.>: 3 months £220 10s (buyers dowr. 4*'» £220 15s (sellers down 40s). Singapore:—$112. (175 tons sold).

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KING MOVED FROM BEDROOM. [ARTICLE]

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KING MOVED FROM BEDROOM. "Some Improvement" in Condition. ONLY ONE BULLETIN YESTERDAY. Reuter's Service. The fact that the King has been moved from his bedroom for a short period indicates a more definite upward trend in His Majesty's condition. Slight improvements were reported on Saturday and yesterday. SATURDAY'S REPORTS. London,

SUNDAY'S REPORTS. [ARTICLE]

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SUNDAY'S REPORTS. London, Jan. 6, 12.30 p.m. Router understands authoritatively that the King was moved from his bedroom for the first time yesterday and was taken tj an adjoining audience chamber, where he nmz ined for about an hour. Afterwards he was taken> back to the bedroom. His condition this

TROOF OF PROGRESS. [ARTICLE]

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TROOF OF PROGRESS. British Official Wireless. Hug-by, Jan. 5. Lust night's bulletin, which stated that the King- had had a quiet day and that there was no change to report in his condition, was tinned by only two doctors, Sir Stanley Hewett and Lord For the ttrst time since December

THE CHANGE OF ROOM. [ARTICLE]

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THE CHANGE OF ROOM. Ruigby, Jan. 6. No morning bulletin was issued from Buckingham Palace to-day. Sir Stanley Hewett, Sir Hugh Rigby, and Lord Dawson paid th'fir customary morning visit, remaining at the Palace about an hour. The King was yesterday moved from his bedroom to an adjorining audience chamber,

QUEEN DRIVES OUT AGAIN. [ARTICLE]

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QUEEN DRIVES OUT AGAIN. Yesterday afternoon the Queen, accompanied by the Duke and Duchess of York, visited Burlington House, where the superb Anglo-Batavian collection of Dutch art is on view. The King has lent several fine examples to the exhibition.

AUSTRIA SENDS MEDICINE. [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRIA SENDS MEDICINE. Reuter's Service. Vienna, Jan. 6. The "Neue Freie Presse" states that an Austrian courier left for London four days agro with medicine for the King in the form of a streptococcic sepo:s serum, produced by the Austrian Serotherapeutic Institute, which has qualities not present in any similar

NEW FRENCH LAW. [ARTICLE]

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NEW FRENCH LAW. Leads to Resignation in Morocco. Reuter's Service. Casablanca, Jan. 6. M. Ste:g, the French Resident General of Morocco, has left, having retired in consequence of a new law forbidding men witbj business appointments to hold public office.

TURKS SIGN PEACE TREATY. [ARTICLE]

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TURKS SIGN PEACE TREATY. Reuter's Service. Budapest, Jan. 5. A Turko-Hungarian treaty of neutrality, conciliation and arbitration has been signed.

Nipped in the Bud. [ARTICLE]

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Nipped in the Bud. TURKISH REVOLT AGAINST REFORMS. Numerous Arrests. Reuter's Service. Constantinople, Jan. 6. That the recent reforms are irreligious and "trampling underfoot the sacred fractions of Islam," is the argument used by agitators behind a widespread movement against the Government, to culminate in armed revolt. The authorities discovered

HERTZOG AMAZED. [ARTICLE]

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HERTZOG AMAZED. South African Cleavage. Reuter's Service. Capetown, Jan. 5. A speech at the Nationalist rally at Pretoria yesterday by General Hertzog is given prominence. It is interpreted as making the native question the main issue at the approaching general election in South Africa. Hertzog stated that General Smuts, by

"ANTI-GOD" SOCIETY. [ARTICLE]

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"ANTI-GOD" SOCIETY. Moscow Trade Unions in Support. Reuter's Service. Riga, Jan. 7. At the conference of the Moscow "antiGod Society," it was decided that the failure of the recent campaign against holding any religious ceremonies for Christmas was largely due to the belatedness of the movement. It was agreed to

TOUR OF NEAR EAST. [ARTICLE]

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TOUR OF NEAR EAST. Advice on Modern Education. British Official Wireless. Reuter's Service. Rugby, Jan. 6. Sir Deni.-on Ross, Director of the School of Oriental Studies, left London yesterday for a thrse months tour in the Near and Middie East, which he is making for the purpose of studying some

JAPANESE POLICY IN CHINA. [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE POLICY IN CHINA. Manchurian Surrender Considered. Reuter's Service. Tokyo, Jan. 6. It is understood that aa a result of an impoitarct conference of Foreign Office officials this morning, it was decided to leave the present policy towards China unchanged, and also that no action was required in connection the

To-day's Features. [ARTICLE]

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To-day's Features. MALAYAN INDIANS IN CONFERENCE—II, on page 2. CEYLON NEWS NOTES, on page 3. THE NEW CHINA—XXII, on page 4. INDIAN LABOUR— VII, on page 7.

"Obviously Puerile." [ARTICLE]

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"Obviously Puerile." JUDGE'S CENSURE OF LOCAL LAWYER. Incompetent and Careless. Judgment was given this morning by Mr. Justice Deane in the case in which Radin bin Abdul Rahman sued his divorced wife, Inche Katyjah binte Abdullah, for a half share of a property in Siglap, under a deed of conveyance.

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA. [ARTICLE]

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LAWRENCE OF ARABIA. Report of Arrest Denied. Reuter's Service. London, Jan. 5. The report that the Afghan authorities have "ordered" the arrest of Lawrence of Arabia is utterly discredited in London, where it is known that a Bolshevist canard to this effect has for a lon<r time been circulating. New

ALL RECORDS BROKEN? [ARTICLE]

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ALL RECORDS BROKEN? 'Plan.} in the Air Five Days. Reuter's Service. Los Angeles, Jan. 5. The aeroplane "Question Mark" at Aidnight had completed 88 hours in theTftir and there is no indication of the flight ending. Los Angeles, Jan. 6. It is claimed that the "Question MarV has broken all

TSAR'S COUSIN DEAD. [OBITUARY]

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TSAR'S COUSIN DEAD. Nice, Jan. 6. The Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia has died here from pneumonia. He was a cousin of the late Tsar and commanded the Russian armies in 1914 and 1915. Reuter's Service.

MINERS' RELIEF FUND. [ARTICLE]

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MINERS' RELIEF FUND. British Official Wireless. London, Jan. 5. The Lord Mayor's Fund for relief of distress in the coalfields now exceeds £430,000.

DICTATORSHIP IN YUGO-SLAVIA. [ARTICLE]

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DICTATORSHIP IN YUGO-SLAVIA. The King Suspends Parliament. RESULT OF POLITICAL DEADLOCK. Reuter's Service. P ,'lgrade, Jan. 5. In view of the inability of politicians to compose their differences, the King has decided to invite a "distinguished" personage outside politics to form a ministry. Belgrade, Jan. 6. The King in a

THE NEW PREMIER. [ARTICLE]

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THE NEW PREMIER. Belgrade, Jan. 6. It is understood that the new force beWnri the developments in Yugo-Slavia, which indicate the inauguration of a dictatorship, is General Peter Zifkovitch, Member of the Royal Guard, who is row Premier. Belgrade, Jan. 6. After the new Ministers took their oaths cf office

POWERS OF THE KING. [ARTICLE]

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POWERS OF THE KING. Belgrade, Jan. 6. The official "Gazette" has published a new law placing in the hands of the King the executive and legislative authority. The new law lays down that the King is the bolder of all authority. He will represent the State in all relations with

PEACE CONFERENCE. [ARTICLE]

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PEACE CONFERENCE. Many Nations Sign Treaty. Reuter's Service. Washington, Jan. 6. Delegates of 21 republics participating in the IPan-American conference since Dec. 10 have signed multilateral treaties of arbitration and conciliation for peaceful settlement of alrfuture international differences in the western hemisphere. The conference has now adjourned. The United States,

GENERAL BOOTH. [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL BOOTH. Two Possible Successors. Reuter's Service. London, Jan. 7. A Salvation Army statement says that there is r.c likelihood of General Booth resigning his office before the meeting of the High Council on January 8. He does not admit at the moment the charges that he is unfit to

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Sports & Pastimes. S.C.C. v. WELCH REGIMENT. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Pastimes. S.C.C. v. WELCH REGIMENT. Corporal "Saucepan" Has a Fall. RUGBY FOOTBALL (By Kimau.) The >-am spoilt what promised to be as good a game as followers of the handling fode m Singapore could have hoped for, and the heavy rains of the week and particularly the showers which

INTER-STATE GAME. [ARTICLE]

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INTER-STATE GAME. Selangor Trounce Negri. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Jan. 5. At rugby, Selangor beat Negri Sembilan at Kuala Lumpur by two goals, two drop goals, one penalty goal and two tries (il points) to a try (3 points). StrattonBrown and Scott scored a drop goal each. Dobbie

Volunteers' Victory. [ARTICLE]

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Volunteers' Victory. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Jan. 7. At Klang on Saturday the M S.V.R. beat the Rest by 16 points to 12.

K.G.C. Foursomes. [ARTICLE]

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K.G.C. Foursomes. GOLF. For the January monthly mixed foursome competition of the Keppel Golf Club ten cards were taken out, and the following returned: Mrs. J. Groothoff and A. J. Donald 42—8% =33%. Mrs. R. H. Wilson and H. A. Exley 44— 4=40 Mrs H. Foster and H. Foster 49—6%

Katong G. C. Events. [ARTICLE]

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Katong G. C. Events. The New Tear one-club competition at the Katong Golf Club resulted in a win for Mr R. C. Taylor with a net score of 39. The Christmas Eclectic tie was wen by Mr A. Robertson with 33 net Messrs. Baddeley, Cuthee and Erickscn again tied for

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Entries are now invited for the Chinese Swinrrr>>? Club's championship and handicap pmg-pong tournaments, w%hn clos: On Sunday next.

HOME LEAGUE RESULTS. [ARTICLE]

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HOME LEAGUE RESULTS. Many Away Victories. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. Reuter's Service. London, Jan. 5. The following are the results of English and Scottish League games played to-day. DIVISION I. Wednesday Still Leading. Birmingham 1, Huddersfield 2. Bolton Wanderers 1, Arsenal 2. Burnley 3, Cardiff 0. Derby County 0, Sunderland 0. Leeds

THE LEAGUE TABLES. [ARTICLE]

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THE LEAGUE TABLES. Middlesborough's Advance. The following are the League tables, including Saturday's matches: ENGLISH LEAGUE. —Division L Goals. P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts. Sheffield Wed. 25 15 4 6 51 32 36 Blackburn 25 13 7 5 48 31 31 Sunderland 25 12 58 41 29 Derby

Swee's XI v. Tong Hee's XI. [ARTICLE]

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Swee's XI v. Tong Hee's XI. Tiong Hee's XI won by 5 goals to 4 in a very interesting and fast game at soccer on the J.C.S.A. ground on Saturday against Swee's XL

MALAYAN BOARD OF CONTROL. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN BOARD OF CONTROL. Sir Hugh Clifford Accepts the Presidency. BOXING. Nothing has been heard about the Malayan Boxing Board of Control since the pieliminary meeting a few weeks ago. The reason is that it has been necessary to wait for documents from London before proceeding any further. Mr. Johnson

"KING OF RING" DEAD. [ARTICLE]

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"KING OF RING" DEAD. Famous Boxing Promoter. Reuter's Service. Miami, Florida, Jan. 5. The famous boxing promoter, Tex Richard is at the point of death following a second operation in one week for abdominal trouble. Miami, Jan. 6. Tex Rickard is dead. [Tex Rickard has been tfee foremost figure in

EXHIBITION BY FALKINER. [ARTICLE]

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EXHIBITION BY FALKINER. The Famous Pendulum Cannons. BILLIARDS. The exhibition of billiards by Mr. Claude Falkiner, the well-known English profes- sional, and a local player, Mr. H. K. Laou, last night was notable more for some brilliant shots under difficulties than for big breaks. The match was held in the

THE THIRD TEST. [ARTICLE]

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THE THIRD TEST. Exciting Finish. ENGLAND RETAINS THE ASHES. CRICKET. British Official Wireless. L Rugby, Jan. 5. England won the Third Test Match at Melbourne to-day by thwJe wickets after a keen contest extending over seven days. When play was resumed England required only 161 runs with nine wickets in

PREMIER'S CONGRATULATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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PREMIER'S CONGRATULATIONS. Rugby, Jan. 6. The Prime Minister, Mr. Baldwin, yesterday sent to Chapman, captain of the English Test Team which defeated Australia, the following telegram: "Hearty congratulations on victory ajfter most gallant fight, ol which both sides may feel proud."

JACK AND 'ERBERT. [ARTICLE]

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JACK AND 'ERBERT. The **01d Firnt.** England's victory in the Third Test was largely due to Jack Hobbs and Herbert Sutcltfe who put on 105 runs for the first wicket when conditions were entirely against the batting side. This is the eighth three figure Test partnership between England s opening

INTER-STATE GAME. [ARTICLE]

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INTER-STATE GAME. Perak v. Negri Sembilan. HOCKEY. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Seremban, Jan. 5. Negri Sembilan met Perak to-day in wet weather on the Seremban Padang and had to own defeat after a hard struggle by the narrow margin of 2 goals to L Negri were strong in the defence

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

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Y.M.C.A. Matches. The following will represent the V.M.C.A. against the Welch regiment to-day, and HM S ''Cumberland" to-morrow on the V M.C.A. ground: C. Lall; L. W. Byrde and R H. Yorke; B. F. Santos, B. Singh and W. E. Atkinson; E. D. Edwards, E. V. Smith, H. G. Stack,

Dwarfs Beat Midgets. [ARTICLE]

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Dwarfs Beat Midgets. BADMINTON. A big crowd of spectators witnessed an interesting match yesterday in which the Dwarfs defeated the Midgets by four to one. Results (Dwarfs mentioned first): Hock Seng beat Kok Chong 15 —2, 13—13, Huah beat Chuan Lock 15—6,15 —10. Yew Seng beat Koh Pin 6 —15,

Horliekians v. Shanghai B.P. [ARTICLE]

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Horliekians v. Shanghai B.P. Yesterday (Sunday) the Horlickians defeated the Shanghai B.P. in three games out of five, before a large crowd of enthusiasts.

ANOTHER CHANCE. [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER CHANCE. French Rule in Amateur Status. LAWN TENNIS. Paris The French Lawn Tennis' Association has adopted the principle that any Dlaver disqualified for professionalism may be restored to amateur status if the offence for which they are disqualified is not repeated; thus the Davis Cup Player Feret who was

MALAYAN METHODISTS. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN METHODISTS. Annual Conference Continued. During Saturday's Session of the Malayan Methodist Conference the Rev. J. J. Kovilpillai and the Rev. M. Dodsworth gave brief talks. Following the opining of the business session, the Rev. V. P. Mammun, 8.A., Secretary of the Syrian Church Sunday School Union was (introduced and

THE WARREN CUP. [ARTICLE]

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THE WARREN CUP. Open and Handicap Singles. SQUASH RACQUETS. The following is notified in Garrison Orders for the day:—Entries for the Warren Cup contests must reach Garrison Games Officer with entrance fees, by Saturday Jan. 12. 1929. Rules for the competition are being circulated to all Units.

SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. The British India steamer "Shirala" is due here from Calcutta to-morrow. The Pilgrim ship "Helenus' was scheduled to count pilgrims this afternoon at the wharf. The French cargo and passenger steamer Dupleix," of 2,407 gross tonnage, has been sold for about £7,000, delivery in Japan. The Bibby Liner

ARRIVALS. [ARTICLE]

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ARRIVALS. "Noorebar," Dut., 342 tons, Cap*. Winters, from Djambi, 7-1; for Djambi, 9-1. v Alting," Dut., 295 tons, Capt- Sjomuke, from Djambi, 7-1; for Djambi, 9-1. Thedens," Dut., 1,180 tons, Capt. Graaif, from Palembang, 7-1; for Palembang. 9-1. Myer," Dut., 1,127 tons, Capt. Fright, from Batavia, 7-1; for Java, 10-1.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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An abstract of conditions under the Labour law relating to Indian labourers is published in the Gazette for information. General regulations for schools in the Colony, made under the Registration of Schools Ordinance, are published m the current Gazette. The Lourdes Recreation Party has been exempted from registration in Singapore

SHIPPING "WAR." [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING "WAR." Cunard Liner Challenged. Reuter's Service. New York, Jan. 7. A sporting element entered the shippina"war" on the Havana route when the Cunard liner "Caronia" left here two hours ahead of the "President Roosevelt." The Cunard Line disclaim any idea to race hut the Commander of the "President Roosevelt"

POLES FOR PERU. [ARTICLE]

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POLES FOR PERU. Land Concession Obtained. Reuter's Service. Warsaw, Jan. 7. Owing to the restriction of the number of Polish emigrants admitted to the T'nited States and Canada, and what is consider*! the inadvisability of increasing the vumber of Polish emigrants to France, the National Economic Bank state their concern

FORD DIPLOMACY. [ARTICLE]

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FORD DIPLOMACY. Will Build Road Anywhere in Egypt. Reuter's Service. Lairo. Jan. The newspaper "Siassa" states that the Egyptian Government are examining the proposal of Henry Ford to construct at his own expense and maintain a maca lanised road, 250 kilometres long, anywhere in Egypt, provided th? Egyptian Government would

THE ARCHBISHOP. [ARTICLE]

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THE ARCHBISHOP. No Public Engagements Yet. British Official Wireless. Rupby. Jan. 6. A bulletin issu?d at the Old Palace, Canterbury, to day stated that the new Archbishop of Canterbury is mak nj favourable progress. As a result, however, of consultation with Lord Dawson and Sir Hugh Rigby. it has been

RECORD YEAR EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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RECORD YEAR EXPECTED. New York Motor Show. Reuter's Service. New York. Jan. 6. The 29th. annual motor <how opened here with 46 makers exhibiting over 300 makes. There is little change in construction and no price changes, but manufacturers expect the year to be the greatest in the history of

BANKS AND LANCASHIRE. [ARTICLE]

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BANKS AND LANCASHIRE. Reuter's Service. Lionaon. Jan. o. The "Manchester Guardian" says that financial arrangements with the London Banks in connection with the Lancashire Textile Corporation have concluded favourably and early registration of the (->rnoration is confidently expected.

MALACCA WEDDING. [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA WEDDING. Gomes—Fereira. At St. Peter's Church, Bunga ftg Malacca, on Saturday, the wedding too* place of Mr. P. F. Gomes, a sportsman, son of the late Mr. >.. Gone* J P., to Miss Virginia Jennie Pereira,ekg« daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George I ereu* The Rev. Father Fernandez officiated,

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Mr. Chan Tak Chye has issued untitled to dinnc: at his residence at i d querah, Malacca, on Saturday and_» of next, on the occasion of the man... his second son, Mr. Chan Poh h-iat- d Yeo Siok Kirn, eldest < daughter of M Mrs. Yeo Juay Tee. On Mondj:

Correspondence. [ARTICLE]

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Correspondence. rour readers are invited to write to us subjects of public interest. It must be Understood that the "Malaya Tribune doe 3 not necessarily endorse opinions expressed ny correspondents. Letters should be as brief >J possible, and preferably typewritten. Pen-names may be used, but the names and addresses of

The Indian Conference. [ARTICLE]

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The Indian Conference. (To the Editor, Malaya Tribune.") Indians in Malaya can justly be proud of the success which attended the recent Conference at Ipoh. The happy move begun last year at Kuala Lumpur had k-tter support and success this year a t Ipoh. This endeavour to bring together the

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Thanks be to the Singapore Turf Club for generous gifts to St. Mary's Home, St. Andrew's House, and the Organ Fund, all of which have been helped to the extent of $500 each.—"CM P." Mr. Rudyard Kipling has astonishingly described cricket as "casting a ball at three straight sticks, and

GLOBE-TROTTERS IN K. L. [ARTICLE]

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GLOBE-TROTTERS IN K. L. 70,000 Kilometres Already Covered. World travellers are becoming familiar figures -in newspaper offices in the East. The latest arrivals of this kind are two gentlemen from Prague (it is surprising what a passion Czechs seem to have for touring the world), who arrived in Kuala Lumpur

SERVANT REGISTRATION. [ARTICLE]

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SERVANT REGISTRATION. Will Sir Hugh Clifford Introduce It? Mr. A. C. J. Towers writes to the "Times of Malaya" as follows:—"In saying goodbye to me on the wharf in Penang the other day, Sir Hayes Marriott's last words were: "Keep on writing to the "Times of Maiaya" about it." We

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

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L.O.N. HEALTH BUREAU. The following is the Health Bulletin of the League of Nations' Eastern Bureau for the week ended December 29: Basrah: 3 smallpox cases and 2 deaths. Bombay: 3 smallpox cases and 1 death. Negapatam: 3 cholera deaths; 4 smallpox cases. Tuticorin: 39 cholera cases and 18 deaths.

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. British Official Wireless. London, Jan. 6. Paris 124.095 New York 4.85 3/16 Brussels 34.89% Geneva 25.19 Amsterdam 12.07 11/16 Milan 92.65 Berlin 20.38% Stockholm 18.13 Copenhagen 18.1% Oslo 18.19% Vienna 34.455 Prague 163 13/16 Helsingfors 192% Madrid 29.73 Lisbon 108 Athens 375 Bucharest 808.5 Rio 5 29/32 Buenos Aires

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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In connection with the Singapore Bishopric Endowment Fund, the Cathedral Monthly Paper says that, according to the considered policy of the Diocesan Council, it was decided two years ago to work steadily as a diocese at the completion of the scheme put forward by the commission which sat on this

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Malayans at Home. [ARTICLE]

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Malayans at Home. FINDING THE WEATHER VERY TRYING. New Rubber Exhibits. (Special to the "Malaya Tribune," by Harry Kemis.) London, Dec. 13. I am told there was recently a very interesting meeting of the Royal Institute for International Affairs in St. James' Square, for the discussing of British North Borneo,

PRINTED SOUND. [ARTICLE]

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PRINTED SOUND. Value of the Gramophone. (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, D:c. 13. The improvem.nts made during the last fw years must have convinced many thoughtful persons that the modern gramophone and modern records might have an important influence on the cultural life of our time. Speaking at a me:ting

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The annual general meeting of the Incorporated Society of Planters is to be held at Kuala Lumpur on Jan. 26. The agenda includes the election of a Chairman and Vice-Chairman for the coming year, and a meeting of the Council will follow the general meeting. Dr. Bryce, Director of the

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PUBLIC NOTICES. MUNICIPALITY OF SINGAPORE. On and after January 1, 1929, the services of a qualified midwife may be obtained free by those too poor to pay. Applications for such service should be made to the Municipal Infant Welfare Centres at Prinsep Street or Kreta Ayer. MUNICIPALITY OF SINGAPORE Tenders

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