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The Malaya Tribune Vol No. 52 SINGAPORE, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1929 FIVE CESTTS. The Malaya Tribune Monday, March 4, 1929.

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"FLORODOR M a^ Washing Suitings /V/ For Tropical Wear Jr HIGH STREET. Singapore. I ASK FOR 1 P Cntr v I I BRAND I •ft PURE FOODS 9 I il§l| ISi 1 I At Popular Prices. iSgßgf I OBTAINABLE AT ALL STORES. I You Can Depend on I I getting

RUBBER PROSPECTS. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PROSPECTS. Lewis and Peat's Annual Report. Messrs. Lewis and Peat, Ltd., London, forward us a copy of their chart and report on Para and Plantation grown rubber for 1928, the year which will long be remembered by the industry "not only for the release of plantations from the fetters

CANADIAN CATTLE FOR JAPAN. [ARTICLE]

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CANADIAN CATTLE FOR JAPAN. Tj Promote Dairy Industry. Negotiations have recently brerr completed between a firm in Yokohama, Japan, and the Department of Agriculture of Alberta, Canada, Toi cattle bred in Alberta to be sent to Japan. The rattle will be selected from different rf Alberts il'dudrV mi ?ia n

Malayan Queries. [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Queries. "THINGS WE SHOULD ALL LIKE TO KNOW." K. L. Paper's Curiosity. '.Since th- rr/oeation of Restriction, the timely demise ot the Devolution scar* and the apparent settlement ot the Indian labour minimum wage dispute, the outlook lor Malayan leader writers (ays tne 'Alaiay Mad") nas cecome disLin_-tiy ou

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WHITE AW AYS I i ifmininininiiiimiiiiii Btian«HßnaitaiiaiiaH«tiaiiaii«naii«naiwitaiisn«iauaii«iwiiniaH«tt«iia C > BR€fIKFfIST S€T JL j£fl j WM ITEAWAY STANDARD VALUES "TUDOR" DINNER SET. t^^^ ON E O F i ©"TUDOR" BREAKFAST SET. white S e m i- r ,o<.cclan with s/f-mbos- WH.TEAWAYS STANDARD VALUES Q D COMPANION SET TO THE od patt

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"MY POOR HEAD!" Have You Tried The Tonic Method of Treatment With Dr. Williams' Pink Pills? There are few ailments that cause mo:*genuine misery than nervous, muralg l sick headaches. Light and noise bcreta the pain; food is ■nthought of, for t on adds to the distress. When the titan

CHANGING SINGAPORE. [ARTICLE]

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CHANGING SINGAPORE. A Penang Editor's Impressions. Singapore, says the "Straits Echo," whose editor was a recent visitor here, is growing so rapidly that even a week's absence shows the return :d wanderer changes, while an absence of a couple of months makes it necessary for a traveller to hegin to

METRIC SYSTEM. [ARTICLE]

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METRIC SYSTEM. Adopted by Japan Railways. A message, from Japan states that if the preparations now being made by the Railway Office are completed as planned, the metric system for freightage and passenger fares will be adopted on and after Oct. 1, this year. The unit of th e passenger

RAFFLES LIBRARY. [ARTICLE]

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RAFFLES LIBRARY. The undernoted non-fiction works will be ready for issue to-day at 9 a.m.: D'Abemon (Viscount). An Ambassador of Peace. 1929. Vol. I. From Spa (1920) to Rapallo (1922). illus. Davies (R.) Ed. Caricature of To-day. Autumn Number, 1928. illus. Davis (F. H.). Myths and Legends of Japan, illus.

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THE NEW CHINA-XXX. [ARTICLE]

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THE NEW CHINA-XXX. Magnetic Influence of Dr. Sun Yat Sen. REVOLUTIONARY PROPAGANDA IN MALAYA. Mutual Jealousies of the Powers. (By L.M.—Our Special Correspondent.) fALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] Without the financial and moral support of the Chinese abroad, the course of the revolution would probably have dragged on for decades longer without

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How Virol builds for LIFE Two Generations §{jj) f?*f PROOF J M TO-D AY Mrs. Baker is a splendid healthy woman, with a splendid g heikhy baby. Yet 15 years ago she $fifc& was at death's door. Read how Virol g Jj M wMS^saved her life when she was a

CONTINENTAL CABLES. [ARTICLE]

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CONTINENTAL CABLES. Plague Germs Not Used in Last War. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Berlin, Mar. L The German Ambassador in London Herr Sthamer has refuted on behalf of the German Government the assertion thai plague bacilli were used as a lethal weapon during the war. The German press publishes statements by

BANKRUPT IN TROUBLE. [ARTICLE]

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BANKRUPT IN TROUBLE. Craving for Essence of Chicken. An undischarged bankrupt named Soh Koh Kee was charged in the District Court this morning for obtaining credit to the extent of $256 while slill an undischarged bankrupt. He was also prosecuted for disappeaiing while on bail. The accused pleaded guilty to

SEREMBAN TOWN PLANNING COMMITTEE. [ARTICLE]

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SEREMBAN TOWN PLANNING COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Seremban Town Planning Committee was held on the 20th ultimo. present were the Chairman, Sanitary Board (Mr. O. E. Venables), the Town Planning Administrator, Seremban (Mr. O. H. Grove), and Messrs. F. DaU Rees, Chang Seng Long and C. M. Hake. The

RUBBER STATISTICS. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER STATISTICS. Interesting Statistics from America. Messrs. Henderson Rubber Reports, Inc., of New York, igiv'e the following table showing consumption of rubber in the U.S.A.: U.S.A. >928 1927 1926 Consumption 441,340 371,000 358,000 Imports 446 421 432,000 412,000 Consumption of Reclaim 199,877 174,000 165,000 The shipments of rubber arriving at

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. British Official Wireless. London, March 8. Paris 124.225 New York 4.85 7/82 Brussels 34.94 Geneva 25.23 Amsterdam 12.11% Milan 92.65 Berlin 20.45 Stockholm 18.16 Copenhagen 18.20 Oslo 18.19 Vienna 34.525 Prague 163.75 Helsingfors 193.75 Madrid 31.805 Lisbon 109% Athens 375 Bucharest 815.5 Rio 5 29/32 Buenos Aires 47 7/32

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•'llUlllllllUIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIuiun I I SURINA theatre" I North Bridge Road. 'Phone 0 6?fia vnaiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiijiiin,,,,,, '-'SI. to-night: AT 9 P.M. SHARP Pathe Gazette and New Comedy DOROTHY DEVORE, JOHN P4 T Ri CK and MONTAGU* LOVF, IN "THE SOCIAL HIGHWAYMAN." With The kind of Hero who keeps i rUBSSQfc The kind of

HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. >hip> Alongside the Wharves. Singapore, Mar. 4. I* Wharf Entrance Gate 1). hire E.E.E. Wharf; Rohna 20. mm Wharf (Entrance Gate 3). r 16; IVrthos 9; Marudu 8; Nagpore 6. S*pire Dock (Entrance Gate 3). ivgsbarg 30; Ipoh 39. SntDire Dork (Entrance Gate 4). 16; Marella 48. Wharf

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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untitled of Money Orders for sue of Money Orders for Mir* n to-day is Rs. 153 equal '*>r> of payment of Money V adia and Ceylon is Rs. 156

ALEXANDRA BRICKWORKS. [ARTICLE]

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ALEXANDRA BRICKWORKS. First Annual Meeting. The first annual general meeting of the Alexandra Brickworks Ltd., was held at the registered offices of the company, 1, Finlayson Green, on Saturday. Hr-. F. E. Dillty presided and the oth.rs present were: Mr. J. P. Spencer, the Hon. Mr. F. A. Pledger, and

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Towkay Tan Meong Ten, of Seremban, has left for Banka. A new ward has been opened at the Seremban General Hospital for the use of the clerks. His Excellency Sir Hugh Clifford has invited the Singapore Scouts to hold a Rally t Government House on Saturday. April 13. Mr. S.

INDIAN LABOUR. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN LABOUR. Malaya Drawing on a 40 Million Population. When machinery has Leen forced to lie dormant for a period of years, however short, and when in the pree&SS it has grown rusty, then both time and trouble tfl required to get the engines once more ship-shape, says the v

SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. The Ruth Alexander is due to-morrow from Manila. The Dukat," from Bangkok arrived this morning with a consignment of rice. The Seiyo Maru." is expected to arrive on Mar. 7 from Hong Kong. She will tail fur Bombay on the 8th inst. m The M Chifuku Maru," from

FINANCE & COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE COMMERCE. PRODUCE. Singapore, March 4. Old Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $340 Old Siam Rice 2 $3*o O d Siam Rice 3 $3u5 Old Siam Rice 4 $301 New Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $293 New Siam Rice 2 $287 New S'am Rice 3 $283 New Siam

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS $10 REWARD offered for recovery of brass-studded dog collar bearing license No. 55,35, lost in Katong. Box 831. c- Malaya Tribune. NOTICE. Taken from car No. 6915 on the morning of the 2bth February, an attache case containing files of correspondence and other important papers of no value

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P <APORE DIARY. o-day, March 4. a.m., 5.16 p.m. H Cup), Cold Storage or r Robinson's. Jst Xi tries close. iC< v. S.R.C. and. 1.C.5., addresses Co- >. V.M.C.A. (Town Branch), You Never Can Tell," 9JSO p.m. lorrew, March 5. 1.21 a.m., 7.52 p.m. izes open. land" v. S.R.C, S.R.C.

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SINGAPORE VOLUNTEERS. Programme of Drills up to and for March 10, 1929. To-day. March 4. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall. "A" (M.G.) Coy., Coy. Parade and 30x Range. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, Eurasian Company, Weapon Training. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, Bde. Sig. Section (Indian), Signal Training. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, S. R. E. (v), Coy.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE. [ARTICLE]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE. Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTH. On Monday, March 4 to Mr. K. S. Nair, Asst. Municipal Veterinary Surgeon, a son, both mother and child doing well.

THOSE HONOURS. [ARTICLE]

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THOSE HONOURS. The population of British Malaya —the territory so described—must be well ov»»r four millions to-d;\y. (It was round about three and a half millions when the 1921 Census was taken). Of those four million and more people only one was deemed worthy of inclusion in the New Year

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Sir Austen Chamberlain, still showing signs of his recent chill, left for Paris on ioute to Geneva to attend the Council of the League of Nations, says a Reuter telegram. A Chinese was arrested in possession of a revolver and six rounds of ammunition in Bras Basah Road last night.

MAILS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED. From China by "Van Heutsz," due at Singapore this afternoon. From China by "Takada," due at Singapore to-morrow. From China and Manila bv "Ruth Alexander," due at Singapore daylight tomorrow. From China and Japan by "Macedonia." due at Singapore at 7 a.m. "on Wednesday, the 6th instant. j

TIN AND RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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TIN AND RUBBER. Latest Quotations. RUBBER. London:—12%d. Now Ycrk:—25Vj rents (G.). Singapore:—43\-44 cents. TIN. Lrndon:—Spot £220 2s Gd (down 2s 6d); 3 months, buyers £222 10s (down 2s Od), sellers £222 12s 6d (down 2s 6d). Singapore:—$112.12%. (175 tons sold.)

SULTAN OF JOHORE. [ARTICLE]

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SULTAN OF JOHORE. This Morning's Farewell Ceremony. A special meet ng of th-» < v was held at the Dewan, kY' f St «fc morning in view of the Jin lK ture for Europe of Hi* Hi h de P«rThe agenda was as follows- ulta n 1. Opening of the

MINERS' RELIEF. [ARTICLE]

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MINERS' RELIEF. Singapore Fund loses Although the Singapore Fund for •<- relief of the distressed mi i-i: and thfir dependants closed officially <»n Saturday know (says th? "Free ims," which ha* organised the frnd) that in on? or instances collections arv st 11 and on receipt of furth r cheques

GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [ARTICLE]

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE. Monday. Feb. H. H. the Sultan of Johore tsl I Hi* Excellency the Governor st 5 bid goodbye before I His Highness was acconipan I krand-daughU-r. The Rt Hon. Sir Chute Eliot, P.C. G.CM.C. C.B sonby Fane arrived to stay. The UdJ Loch, the Hon. Jean 1 R.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Lists of licensed untitled dentists, and midwifes are published in tiu

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I JACK WHITE I I GOLF CLUBS S A new cons gnment of these perfectly balanced and well finished jjj clubs has just been received and we are certain that a personal g inspection of these will prove to the most eiacting golfer that in jjj !q their construction are

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STANLEY'S Rustless Drawing INSTRUMENTS IN SETS OR SINGLY Compasses, Dividers, Bows, Etc., Etc. Sole Agents for W. F. STANLEY ft CO., LTD. MOTION SMITH AND SON LIMITED 15, Battery Road, Singapore. A Brilliant Investment. Invest your money in Jewels! While enjoying the use of theui they will yet preserve their

BRITAIN AS AN AIR POWER. [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN AS AN AIR POWER. Estimates Tor 1S29. nF w urships ready in E SPRING. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 2. Estimates for 1929 total •>(„).()! decrease of £50,000 comparec with 19* I mcr] ldum, dealing with the con- u til rships R100 and R101, says >hat taken longer than was

THE "ITALIA" TRAGEDY. [ARTICLE]

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THE "ITALIA" TRAGEDY. Commission Blame Commander. Reuter's Service. Rome, Mar. 3. Commission of Enquiry into the loss r.e Polar airship "Italia," commanded General N'olile, has reported that it tha th loss of the airship was due -fie commander's faulty handling. It *-•'"t there is nc acceptable jus'ificaex.ept physical or moral

CHINESE WORLD-FLYER. [ARTICLE]

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C HINESE WORLD-FLYER. tiffing Dash for Safety. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 2. irmar Wen Lin Tschen acDanish colleague, started «f a flight to China on one rrus-Av an reioplanef to train Chinese to fly 1 at Nanking. He is proConstantinople, Iraq and BS Ti l 3 th- Was nearly fo:

To-day's Feature. [ARTICLE]

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To-day's Feature. Thf -nku HINA—XXX, on page 4.

The King's Progress. [ARTICLE]

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The King's Progress. PROLONGED CONVALESCENCE EXPECTED. Health-Giving Air of the South Coast. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 2. A bulletin signed by Lord Dawson and Sir Stanley Hewitt says that the King, in the past fortnight, has made satisfactory progress. His weight and strength have increased and his sleep is refreshing.

REVOLT IN PEKING. [ARTICLE]

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REVOLT IN PEKING. Outbreak Quickly Suppressed. Reuter's Service. Peking, Mar. 2. The west section of Peking was panicstiicken this morning, when a regiment of former Northern troops suddenly revolted. At dawn 20 plain-clothed gunmen accosted the Shansi guards in the vicinity of the well-known Lama Temple, d sarmed them, and

MEXICAN INSURRECTION. [ARTICLE]

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MEXICAN INSURRECTION. Reuter's Service. Mexico City, March 4. The capital was thrilled yesterday by reports that a revolution had broken out at Vtra Cruz, w.'.th which communications had been completely interrupted. of troops passed through the city in the afternoon.

CANAL PROBLEMS. [ARTICLE]

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CANAL PROBLEMS. Reuter's Service. New York, Mar. 3. Mr. Coo id ,c has signed a resolution, adopted by the Senate, providing for a survey of the proposed Nkaraguan Canal, and also for an examination of the question of the possibility of enlarging the Panama Canal.

THE ITALIAN SENATE. [ARTICLE]

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THE ITALIAN SENATE. Reuter's Service. Rome, Mar. 2. Under the new powers governing the composition of the Senate, the King has nominated 29 Senators consisting of leadng artists, scho ars, litterateurs, surgeons and industrialists.

President Hoover. [ARTICLE]

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President Hoover. TO-DAY'S INAUGURATION CEREMONY. Coalidge's Farewell to the Cabinet. Reuter's Service. Washington, Mar. 3. i he streets are adorned with flags and bunting and crcwds of visitors are pouring in to celeorate the inauguration of the new President and Vice-President on Monday. Pennsylvania Avenue, along which Mr. Hoover will

THE KELLOGG PACT. [ARTICLE]

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THE KELLOGG PACT. British Ratification. Reuter's Service. London, March. 2. The British Ambassador at Washington has deposited with the State Department a ratification' of the Kellogg Pact on behalf of Great Britain, North Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and India. The Canadian and Irish Free State. Ministers at Washington

COAL INDUSTRY RECOVERING. [ARTICLE]

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COAL INDUSTRY RECOVERING. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 4. Full-time working in Britisn coal m r is> likely for the next three months in many di triets. A number of Yorkshire mine?, wo king thr. c to four days weekly in th-; past three years, are now working fulltime for s

BIG FILM MERGER. [ARTICLE]

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BIG FILM MERGER. Reuter's Service. New York. Mar. 1, A film com- ine involving tc al ntsets of £45,000,0 0 i* indicated by the announce m:nt tha.t Wil.iam Fox ha? acquired th* control of Loews In-orporated. Tfce amalgamate n also includes the Goldwyn Mayer combination.

FORGED TREATY SCANDAL. [ARTICLE]

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FORGED TREATY SCANDAL. Activist's "Enterprise." i HOW BELGIAN EDITOR WAS DECEIVED. Reuter's Service. Brussels, Mar. 2. The newspaper "Nation Beige" declares that the alleged Franco-Be gian secret agreement published by the "Utrechtsche Dagblad' was forged by a well-known Iemish Activist employed by the German secret service. The hitter was unaware

POLITICAL AMENITIES. [ARTICLE]

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POLITICAL AMENITIES. "L.G." as "World Wizard." Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 2. Mr. Lloyd George's scheme to reduce unemployment in a single year is hailed bv the Liberal newspapers as showing a re- ival of the x-r. mier's dynam c national influence, but the Conservatives and Labourites are very scornful. Sir

MEXICO'S KIDNAPPERS. [ARTICLE]

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MEXICO'S KIDNAPPERS. Reuter's Service. N->w York, Mar. 3. A hundred rebels captured an American, Mr. H°nry Hanson, resident manager of the San Nier.das M ning and Milling Co. at Vocas, Mexico, and also Mr. J. W. Reid, a British employee of the company. The rebels are demanding a ransom of

SAN DOMINGO'S FINANCES. [ARTICLE]

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SAN DOMINGO'S FINANCES. Reuter's Service. San Dom n T o, Mar. 3. It is announced that Daw i is hading a commission of American financial experts to re-organise the administration of the finances of San Dom njro. G?n ral James Harbord ha? bean appoint d vLe-chiirman of the commission.

VATICAN EVICTIONS. [ARTICLE]

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VATICAN EVICTIONS. Reuter's Service. Rome. Mar. 3. The Pope has ordered the eviction of all who aic no; indispensable to the Vatican adro nistfatfon.

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Sports & Pastimes. S.C.C. TRIAL. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Pastimes. S.C.C. TRIAL. CRICKET. Married v. Singles. LIVOCK HITS A HUNDRED. Forceful battin- characterised the play in th> tr.al match at the S.C.C. between Married and Single sides on PViday and Saturday. Sq. Ld. Livock scored a ccnturv in cor. vincing fashion in seventy minutes and R N Hamilton

HEENEY OUTBOXED. [ARTICLE]

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HEENEY OUTBOXED. Irish-American's Success. BOXING. Reuter's Service. Boston, Massachusetts, Mar. 2. The New Zealander Tom Heeney (who with Phil S< ott are regarded as the only British H avyweights within measurable distance of the world title) was compl.tely outboxed by the Irish American Jim Maloney in ten rounds, and lost

Upton the Keppel Champion. [ARTICLE]

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Upton the Keppel Champion. GOLF. The following* is- the result; of the Keppel Golf Club championship. E. R. B. Upton 74 70=144 S. C. Campbell 752^74=146 H. Jackson 77-f 76= 158 L. P. Hickey 77-1-77=154

LEAGUE MATCHES. [ARTICLE]

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LEAGUE MATCHES. Oldham Surprise Chelsea. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 2. The following are the rsu ts of to-day's matches in the English and Scottish Leagues:— ENGLISH LEAGUE—DIV. I. Wednesday Si ill Winning. Birmin him 1, Manchester 1. Derby "C. 2, Sheffield U. 2. Manchester C. 3. Leeds U.

PERAK H. A. [ARTICLE]

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PERAK H. A. Inter-State Selection Criticisms. HOCKEY. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Mar. 2. At a lengthy and very live y meeting of the Perak Hockey Association much resentment was voiced as to the methods of selection of players for the State Hockey games, against the Colony, many criticising the

Serangoon Smash. [ARTICLE]

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Serangoon Smash. TAXI RUNS INK) SHOP E'ght Persons Injure Eight persons were I v motoring accident that Ured in a junction of St. George* th* Serangoon Road bppe. Saturday, when a Chevr- a Bengali, knocked dou- then collided witl :r Cowley car. The Ux into a shop, missin- o '--Wied

AN ALBANIAN AMOK. [ARTICLE]

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AN ALBANIAN AMOK. Insane Man With Revolver. Reuter's Service. B ljrrr.de. Mar. 2. Vuciterna. th e Albanian in of A* vi Adhbehi during the latter'? trial, who waroloaf.,d cn mcdical evid n e <f in-ani:v to-day ran amok at Skopb'e. He k 11 it' Inspector of the M ni&try of

LE BRIX AND PAILLARD. [ARTICLE]

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LE BRIX AND PAILLARD. French Airmen Miss "Porthos." The French aviators. Lebrix and Pa:I.ard. who clashed at Theinzeik, 122 mile* f om Rangoon, during an atttmpt to fly from Paris to Saigon, and who took st(amer frort Rangoon to Penang, just missed connectur witn the train which they had hoped

MACDONA PLAYERS. [ARTICLE]

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MACDONA PLAYERS. "Candida" Well Performed. •'Candida- was the Shaw pbf {""Jl at the Victoria Th ati Saturd Ly the Player-. who d li«n- a full house with their of a diffi rlt pie-e. Th on the shoulders of Mis." as Candida but th- natu.a'.n •>> =t.. she filled the title

LAWN TENNIS. [ARTICLE]

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LAWN TENNIS. T. C. Tournament. To-day? tie in the tennis toumament ar< H Men's Doubles H p a 'I Bartky and Sal H and Meade s.-r. H Mixed Doubl '"'u M" Mrs. Wur.zburs; Piorrenont and W is( v, ai^ Miss Griffith-Jon. n Mrs. Zylstra and A. H TIES FOK I~

Correspondence. [ARTICLE]

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Correspondence. rs are invited to write to us fOor 1 .'public interest. It must be siibj« cts h it t he "Malaya Tribune" does liers» 000 udorse opinions expressed ssa Letters should be as and preferably typeU ai pen-names may be used, but the written- r a )i;reS ses of

Wanted: An Indian School. [ARTICLE]

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Wanted: An Indian School. tM Editor, "Malaya Tribune/') 1 ,)f course, I am an Indian; still, I s*- t m-- to think of my community thi. t the world > though they p- m ,;..'d in letters and art, and P *Y saed of much weaun, lI i in reasoning

Lavender Street Houses. [ARTICLE]

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Lavender Street Houses. (To the Editor, Malaya Tribune.") Sr.—In spite of Mr. Goh's careful read2 regarding the Lavender Street Houst Scheme, ho seems to have made some urtiag miscalculations. For instance: II. Each plot is 85 ft. by 32*4 ft.= ,"2 so. ft., costing $1,019 —37 cents per ift, not

Date of Chinese New Year. [ARTICLE]

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Date of Chinese New Year. V TT X VUA 'To the Editor. "Malaya Tribune") v r fgard to the date for te, Y ear > strongly endorse the 5 an d views of Mr. Yao Enguan, and e or *be adoption of the solar T .*V r tr-e good and

NEWS FROM JAPAN. [ARTICLE]

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NEWS FROM JAPAN. (By Courtesy of the Nanyo Nichi-Nichi Shimbunsha.) WOMEN'S FRANCHISE BILL. Tokyo, Feb. 28. The Government attitude towards the proposed Women's Franchise Bill is still undecided owing to the difficulties of patching up the differences of opinion between the Cabinet and the Ministerialist Party. STABILISING THE YEN. Thanks

BENZINE PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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BENZINE PRICES. Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.S.) Limited. Per Imp. Gallon. RED SHELL (ex pump) 80 ets. YELLOW SHELL (in 4-gl. tins) 84 ets. SHELL AVIATION 99 eta. Standard Oil Co., of New York. SOCONY MOTOR GASOLINE (ex pump) 80 cts. (ex-4-gl. tin) 83cts.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Changes in certain Harbour Board charges are notified in the Gazette.

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1 DO YOU APPRECIATE FINE I j QUALITY PORTS SHERRIES? j 3 HHHEN let us recommend to you those of the Z House of Sandeman. Sandeman's were ffi established in 1790, and the excellent quality of S their wines accounts for their high reputation cj g and world-wide trade to-day.

Central Engine Works. [ARTICLE]

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Central Engine Works. rHREATENED ACTION BY MR. HAMILTON. Offer Not Accepted. The annual general meeting of the Central Engine Works, Ltd., followed by an extraordinary general meeting, was held the French Bank Chambers on Saturday, March 2. There were present Mr. L. T. Wakeford (Chairman), Dr. S. C. Yin, and

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

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L.O.N. EASTERN BUREAU. The following is the Health Bulletin of the League of Nations' Eastern Bureau, Singapore, for the week ended Feb. 23 Basrah: 2 smallpox cases and 1 death. Bassein: 1 plague death. Bombay: 1 plague death; 93 smallpox cases and 37 deaths as against 44 cases and 32

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Amusements, I A TRIG OF EXCELLENT PICTURES. ft For Three Nights from Monday, March 4. AT THE I GEYLANG S SECOND SHOW, COMMENCING 9 P.M. ft CHICKEN 4 LA KING." A William Fox Comedy Romance featuring Nancy Carroll, George Meeker K f and Ford Sterling. ft 1 "TBE LAST ALARM."

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MALACCA SCOUTS. [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA SCOUTS. Strength of Over Three Hundred. The annual general meeting of the Malacca Boy Scouts Association was held on Tuesday at the R. C.'s Office, the Hon. Mr. B. W. Ellea, (Resident Councillor), presiding. Those present included Mr. M. R. Holgate, (hon. secretary and treasurer), Mr. C. G. Ccdeman

THE SHARE MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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THE SHARE MARKET. Lyall and Evatt's Report. Messrs. Lyall and Evatt, Singapore, in their weekly report dated Feb. 27, state: The metal market continues quiet at lower prices. Sales have been normal, 1,325 tons sold during the week. Spot closes 50/- lower at £220 10s., three months Sterling down 35/-

SPANISH WOMAN'S RECORD. [ARTICLE]

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SPANISH WOMAN'S RECORD. Seven Children in Two Years. A new record has been established by Senora Isabel Ruiz, living in Cadiz, Southern Spain, who has given birth to seven children in two years. The prolific "Gaditana" had three boys last year, trip- j lets of course, and increased the figure

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PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE. Hamid A. Kadir is no longer in out employ. The Power of Attorney granted him by us is hereby cancelled. FRANKEL BROS. NOTICE. HAYTOR RUBBER ESTATES LIMITED. (Incorporated in the Straits Settlements.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the Annual General Meeting of the Company to be

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SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED —A competent stenographer, by a large European Firm. Apply Box No. 830, c/o Malaya Tribune. WANTED—Immediately, wiremen for eutstation work. Apply in writing, stating salarv and nationality to Mustapha Technical* Works, 99, Market Street, Singapore. SALESMEN WANTED—Experience not essential if willing to work. Salary and Commission. Call

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BANKS. THE HO HONG BANK, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE: 94, MARKET STREET. BRANCHES: Penang 85, Beach Street. Malacca 131, Jonker Street. Muar No. 1, Jalan Sayang. Batu Pahat 109, Jalan Rahamat. Palembang 16, Ilir. Hong Kong 13, Queen's Road, Central. Seremban 63, Birch Road. Batavia 47, Corner Lloyd Street. Shanghai 9,

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BANKS. THE MERCANTILE BANK OF INDIA, LIMITED. (Registered in London, under the Companies Acts of 1862 to 1890, on 2nd December. 1892.) Authorised capital £3,000,006 Subscribed Capital £1,800,000 Paid-up Capital £1,060,000 Reserve Fund a» J Rest £1,584,846 HEAD OFFICE: 15, Grace Church Street, London, E.C. 8. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: J.

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INSURANCE. THE SOUTB BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY. LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE TRANSIT MOTOR CAR INSURANCE ACCEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. L. C. MARGOLIOUTH, Manager Offlca. 2, Finlay son Green. SZE HAI TONG BANKING INSURANCE CO., LTD. (Incorporated in the S.S.) Established 1907. HEAD OFFICE: 58, CHULIA STREET, SINGAPORE. Paid-up Capital $2,000,000 Surplus

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the eastern NITEn A ASSURANCE LIMITED. (Incorporated in the S.S.I HEAD OFFICERS!\( No. Singapore. 'Phone Noe. 3046 and 4047. BOARD OF DISJK TORS See Teong Wah, Esq u a Ong Soon Tee.-Yn, Koh San Hin, F- m n Seah Eng Lim. I Vow Ngan Pai S. Q. Wong, E» Dr.

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Steamer sailings [p o Blfl TISH INDIA AND »p{ R LINES. J In England.) rtP V GER CARGO 5 VICES. .SD ORIENTAL STEAM CO.. LONDON AND *A VIG o w MAIL SERVICE. FAR r t with His Majesty*! iv^« r mment) olT from LONDON i mm m J»pan r Due

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STEAMER SAILINGS HAMBURG-AMERIKA LINIE Oeutsoh I H rj ft j *MtPa:ische DampfsefiltTs W Gj Sesallschaft (Companies Incorporated in Germany.) OUTWARDS. HONG KONG. SHANGHAI. KOBB AND NORTH CHINA PORTS. t m.s. Mar 10 m.s. RUHR Mar 25 t m.s. OGTLAND Apr 11 t m.s. KULMERLAND Apr 21 t s.s. SAARLAND May

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STEAMER SAILINGS STRAITS LTD. LOCAL SAILINGS FROM SINGAPORE. PENANG (direct express service—lift hours) Thursday 11.30 am. "KEDAH" BELAWAN (via Penang) Thursday n.so a.m. "KEDAH" PORT SWETTENHAM PENANG Monday 4 p.m. "KINTA" Wednesday 4 p.m "LPOH" Saturday 4 p.m. "KLANG" PORT SWETTENHAM TELUK ANSON Friday 4 p.m. "PERAK" PORT SWETTENHAM BELAWAN

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STEAMER SAILINGS (NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA) TO MARSEILLES LONDON lonnage Destination Due Sal Fushimi Maru li,uuo Naples, Marseilles, London, A'werp Rotterdam Mar 14 II Hako/aki Mam 10,50u Naples, Marseilles, London, A'werp Rotterdam Mar 28 2* Hakusan Mara 10,500 Naples, Marseilles, London, A'werp Rotterdam Apr 11 11 Kitano Mara 8,000 M'seilles, London,

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oaOl—iOC3oE= 1 ir>i —trti -rrn— wnw S COOKED HAM SANDWICHES I v etc:. I 0 f 1 Sliced Daily by our "BERKEL" Patent Slicing Machine. j j j Singapore Cold Storage Co., Ltd. g Q (Incorporated in the Straits Settlements.) O m f For Quality and Service. oaoi locaocr i

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fSPOT LIGHT HUNTERS tfrita for particulars Sole Agents: DUNCAN ROBERTS LTD. 13V, Cecil Street, Singapore. NOVELS BY EDGAR WALLACE The Crimson Circle. The Terrible People. The Door with the 7 Locks. Three Just Men. The Mind of Mr. J. G. Reeder. Penelope of the Polyantha." The Strange Countess. Sanders. The

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I PYRAMID 1 HANDKERCHIEFS I FOR MEN j >C gg ——ll94 3 a I Pyramid label on every handle n i a 1 111 E \\\\m\m\w< //^^WmmW' 3 I I s S SOLE AGENTS FOR MALAY 1 I WILLIAM JACKS Co., (Malaya) Ltd. g (Incorporated in the Straits Settlements.) 1