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The Malaya Tribune V*L XVI, -No. 54- SINGAPORE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1929 FIVE CENTS. The Malaya Tribune Wednesday, March 6, 1929.

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UPTON'S CEYLON TEX. Lfl CANNOT BETTER THE BEST. n Lr j "Ny Carlsberg Beer" I I MANUFACTURED IN DENMARK I 'If Obtainable at Hotels, Clubs Jp I Si an< Rest* Houses throughout IjEL Straits Settlements and the I I|B Malay States. SoW by aU First Class dealers .gjffl in Singapore.

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FLORODOR /> Washing Suitings Jy XCr AS/ /Oy /r For Tropical Wear \tf HIGH STREET, Singapore. Crosse Blackwell's I I WORLD-FAMOUS I STRAWBERRIY 1 Now obtainable in elegant 1 I glass-stoppered containers. j Your Dealer Sells It I j j You Can Depend on 1 jj "getting Perfect Results in

PENANG'S BACKWARDNESS. [ARTICLE]

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PENANG'S BACKWARDNESS. No Post Office and No Theatre. j Why Penang has been put on the map, dramatically and musically speaking, is perhaps to Mr. Gilmcre, the iUanager of the Victoria Thea re, Singapcre. When I saw Mr. Gilmore the other day he told me that the year 1929 was

SCHOOL-TEACHER'S APPEAL FAILS. [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOL-TEACHER'S APPEAL FAILS. K. L. Illegal Society Case. I Beforo Mr. Justice Farrer-Manby in the Kuala Lumpur Supreme Court on Friday, Chin Tin Yin, a Ohiner.e fchool teacher, appealed aga'r.st the I enl nee of four months' simple impiisonnunt for assisting in the management of an illegal society at Ampang

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So easy to prepare, and so good! POSTUM is popular in the home not only because of its delicious flavour and its beneficial qualities but also because it ij so easy to prepare. For unexpected guests, or for the family alone, Postum can be prepared almost instantly—right on the table.

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"How Is Your Tongue?" If your tongue is yellow and furred, if you are constipated, liverish, bilious, have sick headaches. flatulence, ill-smcl ing breath, try a little dose of Pinkettes tonight; you'll feel ever so much better in the morning. Chemists everywhere sell Pinkettes, the dainty little laxative liver regu

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1 The Way B.S.A. Success in International Six Days Trial SEVEN Entries and SEVEN GOLD MEDALS Manufacturers Team Award 350 C. C. Class in competition 1 with Five Other Makes. I UZZELL on B.S.A. Twoport O.H.V. and Sidecar was Memher I BRITISH TEAM that won the INTERNATIONAL TROPHY I THE

Sports Review. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Review. THE WELSH VICTORY OVER SCOTLAND. Phil Scott's Lucky Decision. (Special to the "Malaya Tribune.") London, Feb. 4. As a Grand National trial the chief event at the Manchester meeting, the Grand Allies' Steeple Chase, was of little value beyond disclosing the winner, Duke iof Florence, as a wonderfully

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BANNER 10. Inch RECORDS. I JUST ARRIVED. H 1 No. 1638. The Prisoner's Song. No. 7130. Rag Doll. I 7056. Ramona. 7131. Constantinople. I 7105. My Angel. 7104. laugh, Clown, Laugh jjj and fmany other of the latest popular Pieces jjj At $1.00 Each. S I I I No. 197,

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HAI HIN HOTEL NO. 95 AND 97, BEACH ROAD, SINGAPORE. (Oppo«ite Alhambra Theatre.) A new beautiful building facing the sea with an abundance sea air and quiet double and single rooms to let with latest sanitary arrangements, fitted throughout with Electric lights, bells and fans. English and Chinese meals supplied

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LTD -Al NIGAPOHt a system cries B T^^^^^^^^ Hall's Wine is a genuine medicated wine. It enriches the blood and tones up the nerves, rejuvenating the entire system. That is why doctors recommend it as the unfailing tonic in all cases of weakness. Take a of Hall's Wine two or

MISS YANG NAI MEI. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MISS YANG NAI MEI. Chinese Screen "Star" in Singapore. Miss Yang Nai Mci, a leading, screen "star" of China, arrived from Shanghai about a fortnight ago, and, with her two sisters, Yang Nai Li and Yang Nai L at, and their musical artist, is a: present a guest of Mr.

JOHORE APPEALS. [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE APPEALS. Man Charged After Complaint by Sultan. I (From Our Own Correspondent.) Johore Bahiu, Mar. 4. On Saturday, Archunan an Indian, successfully appealed against his conviction by the Magistrate, Johore Bahru, in a case in which he was accused of allowing cattle to stiay. In his judgment, Mr. Justice

THE BANVARD COMPANY. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BANVARD COMPANY. The Banvard Comedy Company at rehearsal. They will begin a season at the Victoria Theatre, Singapore, on Monday next.

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Real Wealth *J The most precious possession you can have is V Good Health. A rich man who is always ill J •M i s the poorest man on earth. Health depends upon the food you eat. The 3 ♦1 quantity of food is not so important as the quality.

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j Yes th Baby H 3 FATHER- I "A Gjrl! Bur i wanted a Boy 3 m »j»se- I v "Very well, sir. there is a Boy, too." I J I 1 [J I rM JJUtTi BY AERATED WATER; WOtfKS HAVE THIS COMBINATION- |l 3 3 Qjality and Price. I

RAFFLES LIBRARY. [ARTICLE]

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RAFFLES LIBRARY. List of New Novels. The following novels have been added to Raffles Library during the past fortnight:— Benmtt (Arnold) Accident. 3 copies. Bording (Andrue) Polished Corners. Bertram (Anthony) The Sword Fal.s. Bridges (Roy) And All That Beauiy. Broome (Adam) The Perro Palaver. Cartland (Barbara) If the Trie is

MARKET PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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MARKET PRICES. Singapore, Mar. 2. MEAT. Beef, steak (round) kati 50 Beef, stew or curry kati 45 Pork, lean kati 62 Pork lean and fat (Ist quality) kati 54 Mutton Indian lb. 55 Mutton Australian lb. 55 Fowl, kati 70 Hens (Locally reared) kati 76 Ducks, each 92 Pigeon, domestic,

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I THE PORTABLE THAT CHALLENGES riiE WORLD ondcrfo! Tone j§§ DOTH ia TONE and carries S» D VAISm the new Cdlumbia 88 Portable challenges the world. g£ The volume and quality of Tone are $gg amazing in so compact an instrument. And as to price, there is no Portable at

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FOR ALL DEFECTS OF VISION CONSULT: M EZEKIEL SONS Manufacturing Ophthalmic Optician*, 4, Raffles Chambers, Raffles Place, Optometrist: A. M. Esekiel. OJ)., F.P.O.L Road, Singapore. KAPALA CHINTAMANI TAILAM cure, radically, giddiness, headache, loss omemory, burning of the eyes. $1 pc oottle. Himalayan Pharmacy, 62, Owei Road, Singapore. AUCTION SALE OF

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M. im use m c xx s J ALHAMBRAI j jjj 'PHONE 6909 j (TAN CHENG KEE 0., Ltd., Proprietor!) ja j I PROGRAMME j j I Commencing Friday, March 1 and f ending Wednesday, March 6. g j I I i k 5 I g IN THE SECOND SHOW

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fnßuiiuuitiniiiiiiiiiiiiii iaitl uuj i 1 SURINA THEATRE! No. 628». 1 TO-NIGHT! AT 9 P.M. BHARP. PATHS Romance, Intrigue and I amidst the Glaciers an i SmS" 1 Starring The Brilliant SBARRY PE! I W. C. FIELDS Alice Joyce and Charles Rogers SO S YOUR OLD MAN, A delightful comedy, mv

HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. Ships Alongside the Wharves. Singapore, Mar. 6. •f Wharf (Kntrance Gate 1). ■«Mrsttshire E.E.E. Wharf; Rohna 20. ■J Wharf (Entrance Gate 3). ■Kedtmia 18; Mata Hari 16; Takada jj; Ruth Alexander 11; Lahn 8; Dock (Entrance Gate 3). ""■jedhui 30; Malay Maru (4 n.m. *«ft to 1/5) 32;

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untitled of Money Orders for t j-day is Rs. 153 equal %t% r;ll e of payment of Money Ihoo and Ceylon is Rs 156

Marine Court. [ARTICLE]

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Marine Court. TROUBLE ON "CITY OF BEDFORD." Firemen Sentenced to Imprisonment. In the Marine Court, before the Master Attendant, Capt. G. Freyberg, 0.8. E., RN sixteen firemen were on Monday charged with having wilfully disobeyed the lawful command of Capt J. W. Kendall, the master of the "C.ty of Bedford."

SINGAPORE FRIEND-INNEED SOCIETY. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE FRIEND-INNEED SOCIETY. Committee's Report for Last Year. The committee cf the Singapore Christian Friend-n-need Society, in their r.port to be presented at the annual genera] meeting to b e held at 74 Waterloo Street on Sunday states: Funds—s32s.97 ha.- been adeied to capital account as against $556.94 in 1927

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. The Surma. The Surma is showing three new features to-night. In the first show is "Ridrs of the Sandstorm," featuring "Big Boy" Williams; in the second, Harry Peel in "Dansrerous Paths," a drama of the Alps, and "So's Your Old Man," starring W. C. Fields. Mai ire s

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We are informed that a committee has een formed to arrange for the holding of an 0-\foid and Cambridge Diimtr on Boat Race Night. Saturday, March 23. The 'Chairman of the committee is Sir Wm. Murison, the Chief Justice. The Hon. Dr. Winstedt, C.M.G., is Vice-Chairman, Mr. B. N. Kauffman,

TIN STATISTICS. [ARTICLE]

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TIN STATISTICS. New Monthly Bulletin. Number 1, Volume 1, of a "Monthly Bulletin of Statistics of the Tin Mining In dustry," published by author ty, and cated January, 1929, is to hand with the compliments of the Senior Warden of M'nes Federated Malay States. It is compiled by Mr. J.

THEFT ON THE "IPOH." [ARTICLE]

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THEFT ON THE "IPOH." Lady Passengers' Cabin Rifled. While the Straits Steamship Co.'s vessel •'lpoh" was on a voyage from Penang to Singapore lecently a Chinese was seen to emergj from the cabin of a lecond-clasi passenger late at night. When pursued he was seen to threw something over the

SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. The "Seattle Maru" is expected from Calcutta via Penang on Mar. 9. She will sail for Kobe and Osaka. m m m m The Japanese "Kawachi Maru" is due from Hong Kong on Mar. 9 and is sail* ing for South America on Mar. 10. The Shipping and

BENZINE PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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

FINANCE & COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE COMMERCE. PRODUCE, Singapore, Mar. 6. Old Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $340 Bayer. Sellers Old Siam Rice 2 $320 White Pepper MM Old Siam Rice 3 $305 Muntok White Pepper 116.00 Old Siam Rice 4 $301 Johore Black Pepper New Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $300 Mixed

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS SITUATION FILLED. Re Assistant wanted for the Oversea Chinese Pharmacy, Victoria Street. Post already filled. Thanks to those who applied. WANTED —A second-hand Billiard-table, full size, and in good condition; complete with accessories—billiard-balls, cues, etc. Quote price giving particulars to Box 835, c/o Malaya Tribune. FOR SALE—Clyno, 2

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a PORE DIARY. r.,.day. Mar. 6. 25 a.m., 9.6 p.m. c;' Cup), Fraser and Neave jwtba ll: > ln j,V "Widower's Houses," oC*°* T «J.30 p.m. To-morrow, Mar. 7. v; a.m., 9.51 p.m. X i close*, god v:ir 'j rS Pygmalion," Victoria p.m. Friday. Mar. 8. a.m., 10.18 p.m. V,

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. (By courtesy of the Government Health Office.) KANDANG KERBAU STATION. For the 24 hours ending midnight, Mar. 5. deg. Maximum shade temperature 82.5 F. Minimum shade temperature 73 F. Mean shade temperature 76.9 F. Maximum sun radiation 96 F. Minimum grass radiation 7u F, Sea temperature (maximum) F.

HOPEFUL HOOVER. [ARTICLE]

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HOPEFUL HOOVER. "I cover for this Administration a record A having further contributed to the advai cc of th? cause of peace." Thus Herbert Hoover, thirty-first President of the Republic of the United States of America, in his address on the occasion of his inauguration on Monday. His speech was

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Sir Eric Geddes is expected at Malacca on Saturday, and will remain there for about a fortnight. Mr. Asccli. of Dunlop Plantations, Ltd., has arrived in Malacca from London, and is staying with Mr. G. Wiseman. News has been rece'ved that the Rev. E G. S mple, C.F., wh:> had

SULTAN OF JOHORE. [ARTICLE]

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SULTAN OF JOHORE. His Highness's Sp cech Monday's Fundi*,. We have received from th,. v Office, Johore Baluu tI i Ul! *fesar'< cercmony on Monday" morn" f of the departuie for Fir, ev. Sultan. There is no need 1 H tr, n in out M-.; No fewer than MO eur—v

SINGAPORE AMATEUR DRAMATIC COMMITTEE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE AMATEUR DRAMATIC COMMITTEE. The Forthcoming Opera. Chorus and principal > for the of th Singapore Amat ur D amati. Committee have been chosen, and rehearsals are now in fall swing. Ther still r.man* on? essential to success to be :.rnn;.el t-r and that is the orchestra. UndLr the able

VOLUNTEER CASUALTIES. [ARTICLE]

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VOLUNTEER CASUALTIES. i Conditions of Free Treatment The fo lowing pmendmf Orders is published in S.V.C. Orders information:— 93—(5) A Volunteer wh<i n eN accident or contracts an illness during performance of his Vo.unte rceive free treatment at G pitals and. shall not tc ch-iv- 'i puliation, operation or X-ray

MAILS EXPECTED [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED if rrie dB« j From [nde-China by at Singapore at 9 a.m. to From Europe, (Load. Feb. 14) by "Naldera," 10 p.m. f-morrow. From Western Aostr; due at Singapore '->-:.< From China and Japan due at Sine-anore t°-morrov. From H bar: I by Singapore on Friday B

TIN AND RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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TIN AND RUBBER. Latest Quotat RUBBER. I^ndrn:—l2 7 id. v.- w York:— cents I Singapore:—14%-4471 c TIN. London :-Spot t months, buyer? 5222 10 sellers £222 12s «d (no -d.) Singapore:—* 111.87%. (200

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J JACK WHITE I 1 GOLF CLUBS !r A new cons gnment of these perfectly balanced and well finished j| r3 clubs has just been received and we are certain that a personal g jg inspection of these will prove to the most exacting golfer that in jjj ?C their

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STANLEY'S World Renowned SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS PRISMATIC COMPASSES, THEODOLITES, ROAD TRACERS, LEVELS, Etc, Etc. Sole Agents: MOTION SMITH AND SON LIMITED 15, BATTERY ROAD, SINGAPORE. A Brilliant Investment. Invest your money In Jewels! While enjoying the use of them they will yet preserve their intrinsic value. Our stock of Diamonds is

MINERS VISIT THE PREMIER. [ARTICLE]

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MINERS VISIT THE PREMIER. fjiree Bonis Interview. jgfigriNG DEMANDS: NO PROMISES. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 5. vi of the Miners' Federate r j Mr. Baldwin at Downing nediate and definite action ,ritli .npioyment in thf coalfields, rganisation cf the intry in this connection were Their v l nd included national

ROMAN TOWN IN BRITAIN. [ARTICLE]

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ROMAN TOWN IN BRITAIN. Remarkable Aerial Photographs. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugty, Mar. 5. pivmg at a height of 2,400 feet, men of r fiovai .'v r Forte have taken remarkable bo"'> r raph> of the Roman town buried p math the fields near Norwich. This town was

HIS MAJESTY'S PROGRESS. [ARTICLE]

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HIS MAJESTY'S PROGRESS. SleeDs Well and Rises Early. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, March 5. It was stated at Craigweil House this I that King had passed a good T (l v was fine, with bright sunand only a slight wind was blowing, rose early and managed to

FORGED TREATY. [ARTICLE]

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FORGED TREATY. Holland has Nothing to Fear. Reuter's Service. The Hague, Mar. 5. fecond Chamber the Prime r if iing to the forged treaty, 1Q that after learning: that the "Amster*a g meea Handelsblad" had deof the forgery for publica:he Foreign Minister exceed<i to hear that the Utrecht JJ* r

LEAGUE'S NEW HOME. [ARTICLE]

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LEAGUE'S NEW HOME. Ml Pound Contract. Reuter's Service. Geneva, Mar. 5Genera] of the League of d a contract for i'l million a ion of an Assembly lariat offices, and a n.w Park. The architects are this month. A special has been appointed by ■♦•Mb

To-day's Feature. [ARTICLE]

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To-day's Feature. REVIEW, on page 3.

Hoover's Cabinet. [ARTICLE]

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Hoover's Cabinet. STIMSON AS SECRETARY OF STATE. Mellon Retained at the Treasury. Reuter's Service. Washington, Mar. 5. The Senate has confirmed President Hoover's Cabinet as follows: Secretary of State.—Mr. H. L. Stimsom Minister cf the Treasury—Mr. A. W. Mellon. Minister of the Interior.—Dr. W. L Wilbur. Minister cf Commerce —Mr.

THE LEAGUE COUNCIL. [ARTICLE]

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THE LEAGUE COUNCIL. Minorities Question Troublesome. [Trans-Ocoan yia Pan-Asia.] Geneva, Mar. 5. Tho pcstponemen' of the Minorities debate has enabled Herr Stresemann and M. Briand to have a private t-alk around which math interest centres. No communique has -0 far been issued. Lithuania's "laim to attend the debate, though enjoying:

RUBBER MANUFACTURES. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER MANUFACTURES. Indication of Origin Recommended. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 5. The Standing Committee pnfev the Merchandise Marks Act have reported that they find that the applicants have not made out a case t> riquird rubber manufactures to bear an md cation of origin at the time of importation, but

DUTCH ART EXHIBITION. [ARTICLE]

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DUTCH ART EXHIBITION. Queen Mother Visits London. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 5. The Dutch Queen Mother Emma has engaged a special steamer to visit the exhibition of Dutch art in London. She leaves Rotterdam at 7 p.m. and will catch the tram at Gravesend in the morning. She will leave

RUMANIA AND POLAND. [ARTICLE]

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RUMANIA AND POLAND. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Bucharest, Mar. 2. Returning from Warsaw, the Rumanian Foreign Minister, M. Mironescu, announced the extension of trading relations with Poland. A Polish free-harbour zone will be established at Galatz, whereby Poland expects greatly to increase her Balkan trade.

Crisis in Russia. [ARTICLE]

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Crisis in Russia. PEASANTS AND STALIN'S DICTATORSHIP. Pace Which is Killing the Revolution. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Berlin, Mar. 5. The "Tageblat's" Moscow correspondent expains the crisis prevailing in Russia. He says that none really knows what is going on behind the veil of secrecy, which is greater than ever, but

GERMAN POLITICS. [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN POLITICS. Government to Hang On. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia. 1 Berlin. Mar. 2. With the departur? of Herr Stresemann for Geneva the German press stresses the world importance of the discussion on the Minorities question, as a subject wHickj directly affects the present state of M European frontiers, as created

AMERICAN SENATORS COMPROMISED. [ARTICLE]

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AMERICAN SENATORS COMPROMISED. Forged Soviet Documents. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia Berlin, Mar. 4. The former Judge Orloff, who was involved in the affair of the forged Soviet documents intended to compromise Senators Borah and Xorris was for a long Chief of the Russian Counter-Espionag-Department, -laying an in., ortant iOC n the

BRITISH ADVISER FOR CHINA. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH ADVISER FOR CHINA. Sir Frederick Whyte. Reuter's Service. Nanking, Mar. 6. Sir Freueiick Whyte, X C.S.L, M.A LL.D., has been appointed Honorary Adv,s. t to the Chinese Government. [Sir Alexander Frederick WhyU, who wa> knighted in 1922, was born in 1883. Be was Libeial MP. for I'e.C City 1910

LEIPZIG FAIR. [ARTICLE]

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LEIPZIG FAIR. Unemployment in Germany. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Leipzig, Mar. 4. At the city's reception, following the opening of the Leipzig Fair, the Reich Labour Minister, Herr Wissel, referred to the present state of German industry, deploring the great number of unemployed. The Japanese Ambassador, Mr. Nagaoka, replying to the

FORTY ARRESTS IN DUBLIN. [ARTICLE]

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FORTY ARRESTS IN DUBLIN. Alleged Murder Plot. GOVT. DETERMINED TO PROTECT CITIZENS. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 5. There was a s:nsaticn in Dublin this afternoon, when it was known that forty young men had been arrested in houses in vaiious parts of the city during the nightFift:en weie later released.

RHINELAND AND REPARATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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RHINELAND AND REPARATIONS. Interdependent Issues. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby. Mar. 5. The opinion that no conclusions could be bed on the questions either of th a evacuation of the Rhineland or of German i until tr.e experts had finished their labours in Paris was put foiward by

MEXICAN REVOLT. [ARTICLE]

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MEXICAN REVOLT. Federal Troops Routed. Reuter's Service. Nogales, March 5. General Escobar, the rebel commander, reports that the rebels have captured Monterey, the capital of the State of Nuevo Leon. Th? Fediral troop? were completely defeated and three Generals, 78 other officers, and 560 other ranks were captured. New York,

MR. GANDHI RELEASED. [ARTICLE]

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MR. GANDHI RELEASED. Nature of Charges Unstated. Reuter's Service. Calcutta, March 5. Mr. Gandhi ha? signed a bond and has been released. He has sailed for Burma. The nature of the charges a.rainst him has not beta made known. Th? case will he heard when he rctu:r from his tour

REORGANISATION OF THE COTTON INDUSTRY. [ARTICLE]

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REORGANISATION OF THE COTTON INDUSTRY. Reuter's Service. London. Mar. 6. Owners cf a number of independent cotton milis controlling three.million spindles have signified their readiness to form an amalgamation distinct from the other projected <)»• accomplished schemes.

THE "DOPE" RING. [ARTICLE]

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THE "DOPE" RING. Reuter's Service. New York, Mar. 6. The authorities have seized a million dollars wortn of morphine, heroin and opium consigned to Kentucky, California, Missouri and Texas. Four men have been arrested, and are suspected to* be agents of the international drug ring.

ITALY'S POPULATION. [ARTICLE]

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ITALY'S POPULATION. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.l Rome, Mar. 2. According to official statistics. Italy's popula ion has Increased dv >ng the last six years by two million, to 47,90*0,000.

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The Rev. R. Richards left Singapore on March 1 on six months' furlough. Mr. Richards (says the Cathedral Monthly Paper) cam out in 1892 rs an S P.G. mbrionary to Rnda in Bcrnco. There he took up Chinese, and ever since has devoted himself entireiv to the Chinese. He came

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Sports & Pastimes. M.C.C. TOUR. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Pastimes. M.C.C. TOUR. Wood rail's 275 at Melbourne. CRICKET. Reuter's Service. [Reuter's Service.J M.lbourne, Mar. 5. In the return game against the M.C.C. Victoria scored 572 for 9 wkts. (declared) Woodfu 1 made 275 not out. The M.C C. made 303 (Hammond 114, Tyldesley 81, Alexander 4 wk.s. for

A SEREMBAN MATCH. [ARTICLE]

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A SEREMBAN MATCH. R. T. Foster's XIII v. N. .J. A. Foster's XIII. The Sunjei Ujong Club had a practice match on the Negri Semoilan Club ground on Sunday, a large crowd being present. The Hon. Mr. J. W. Simmons, British Resident, of Negri Sembilan, was one of the players.

S.R.C. v. "BELGENLAND." [ARTICLE]

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S.R.C. v. "BELGENLAND." Hope and Oehlers in Form. Although the result would suggest that the gam.' was one sided, the match between the Officers of the 'Belgenland" and an S.R C. side on the Padang yesterday proved very interesting, a number of tourists from the steamer finding the time between

COMMERCIAL CUP. [ARTICLE]

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COMMERCIAL CUP. H.K.B. Beat O.T.F.C. at Third Attempt. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. The Hong Kong Bank at last established superiority over the Telephone Co. at the Stadium yesterday afternoon, winning by 2—o after a goalless first half. Th e match wa*» second re-play cf a Commercial Cup tie, the first two meetings

BENDEMEER LEAGUE. [ARTICLE]

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BENDEMEER LEAGUE. Final at Stadium on Saturday. The final of Ihe Bendemeer Athletic Club league, between the B and F teams, captained by Koh Swee Chiang and Lim Teck Seng resp ctively, will tak? place at the Stadium on Saturday. The winn.zs cf tab match wili be champions of the

SCOTTISH CUP TIES. [ARTICLE]

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SCOTTISH CUP TIES. St. Mirren Beat Aberdeen. Reuter's Service. [Reuters Service.] London. Mar. 5. In their postponed Scottish Cup fourth round tie to-(;a,y, St. Mirren beat Aberdeen 4—3.

Scottish League. [ARTICLE]

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Scottish League. In the Scottish League to-day Hamilton beat Raith Rovers, 5—1

Ghee Soon's XI v. A.P.C. [ARTICLE]

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Ghee Soon's XI v. A.P.C. The- following w 11 represent Ghee Sxm's XI against the A.P.C. at the Stadium tomorrow: Peng Hock; Yew Hock, Swee Chiang; Ah Hwee, Boon Lay, Swee Thye; Y C. Song Kng Sw-l e, Kay Poh, Willy Tan, Kiar Fong. R?serves: Chwee Teck and Keng Pak.

St. Anthony's Draw With S.J.C.S.B. [ARTICLE]

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St. Anthony's Draw With S.J.C.S.B. On th? St. Joseph's Institution ground yesterday, the St. Anthony's Boys' S.hool drew with th? St. Jos> ph's Church Servers' Brigade one all, after a w 11-contested pame. The Servers' /Brigade obt lined the first goal through G. Oliverio. Soon after, the school attack d

S.C.C. Practice. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. Practice. There was a good turn-out for the S.C.C. practice game on the padang yesteiday, and despite a shower of rain which rendered the ball somewhat greasy some good play was seen and four goals were scored. Sibary gave the Whites an initial lead but Walling put the Colours

S.C.C. v. S.C.F.A. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. v. S.C.F.A. The S.C.C. will play the Chinese at the Stadium on Wednesday next (Hari Raya Puasa). The? i two sides, it will be remembered, met in a very keenly contested game on the padttnj? last- which was won by the Chinese by the only goal scored. The S.C.C.

Swee's XI v. S.A.P. [ARTICLE]

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Swee's XI v. S.A.P. Swee's XI will meet the Social Athfletic Party to-morrow on the St. Andrew's ground, and will be represented by: Keng Ngiap; Ah Chew and A. H. Tahir; Chan Swee, Jargasi, and Thiam Whee; Mohd. Said, C. T. Go (capt.), Thuan Kang, Mohd. Noor and M. Shin.

C.S.C. Events. [ARTICLE]

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C.S.C. Events. SWIMMING. There will be the 15D metres Medley race at the Chinese Swimming Club on Sunday at 10.30 a.m., also a water-polo league match, Dragons V. Jellyfish. Swimmers and polo players are asked It note that the Penang Chinese Swimming (Tub will bie- visiting Singapore during the Easter

SELANGOR MAR. MEETING. [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR MAR. MEETING. First Day's Weights. THE TURF. Th? following are J he weights for the firs,: day of the Miich meeting. Race L—Penies—C ass 2—lst Div. (6 funongf):— H. 9.11, Puth Arl 9.7, Paulin-j 9, Locksci eh 8.9, Three O' Top 8.8, Romanc.. 8.1, Woodbine 8, St. Andrew 7.5.

T.C. TOURNAMENT. [ARTICLE]

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T.C. TOURNAMENT. Yesterday's Results. LAWN TENNIS. Tho r suits of yesterday's piny in the Tanglin Club tournament are: Mixed Dou' les Open. Mrs. Zvlstra and A. D. Anderson 1 eit Miss Griffith Jones and Treadgold 4—6, 6—l, G—4. Ladies Doubles Op:n. Miss. Stephenson and Mrs. Wurtzburg beat Mrs. Lavilie and

WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. [ARTICLE]

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WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. Witnessed by Prince of Wales. SKATING. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.! Rugby. Mar. 5. H R. H. the Prince of Wales witnessed the conclusion of the World's Figure Skating Championship, wnich was won by Gellis Grafstrom (Sweden), Carl Schafer (Vienna), being second, Ludwig Wrede (Vienna), third, and

Malayan Meeting in England. [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Meeting in England. GOLF. The Association of British Malaya is arranging a golf meeting to be held on a course in the south of England on June 11, 12 and 13. The meeting will be open to all residents and former residents of Malaya. The name of the course

Rovers B. P. Meeting. [ARTICLE]

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Rovers B. P. Meeting. BADMINTON. Members of the Rovers' Badminton Party are reminded of the special general meeting which wil! be held to-morrow, at 7.45 p.m., at 88 2. Lorong 3, East Coast Road.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Garrison Orders notify that Major-General Sir C. C. Van Straubenzee, C.8., C.M.G., is embarking on the "Macedonia" on Friday on vacating the Command of the Troops in Malaya. After his departure the Command will devolve on Lieut.-Colonel W. Hyde Kelly, D.5.0., R.E., until the arrival of Major-General H. L. Pritchard,

CO-OPERATION IN SINGAPORE. [ARTICLE]

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CO-OPERATION IN SINGAPORE. Mr. C. F. Strickland's Suggestions. A iarjre gathering of members cf the Singapore Co-operative Union as. mbled at the Down-Town Branch of ihe V.M.C.A. on Monday e»cr.i."ig. Mr R. M. William;* presided, and ihose present wre Mr. C. F. Strickland, the speaker f r the evening, Mr.

REMARKABLE ESCAPE FROM DEATH. [ARTICLE]

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REMARKABLE ESCAPE FROM DEATH. Workmen Fall from New Municipal Building. Two Malay wjremen had a remarkable escape from death tarly this morning when they fell from the top of the new Municipal bunding in St. Andrew's Drive. It was the wcoden protection from falling debris that broke their fall and

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Colonel J. Waley Cohen, C.M.G., C.B.E... D.5.0., is expected in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow in his capacity as Oiganising S-c--r-tary cf the British Eclipse Expedition. He has latterly been in Bangkok completing arrangements for th > at Alor Star and Pattani. The King of Siam is to watch the eclipse from

MALACCA NOTES. [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA NOTES. Social and Personal. (From Our Own Correspondent.; Malacca, ii ir. Their many fr.ends will lenv.i with regret of the imminent departure if Mr. and Mrs. Holmes-Smith on transfer io Pnang. Both have been prominent in local sporting circles, while Mrs. Ho mesSmith is a fire singer. Malacca musical

ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL. [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL. The 43rd Anniversary Celebrated. The threa. departments of th2 AngloCh nese School on .March 1, celebrated the 43rd anniversary of the lounding of the school by the- Rev. (now Bishop) W. F. Old ht m. The department had an impressive programme. After a prayer had been offered by

MACDONA PLAYERS. [ARTICLE]

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MACDONA PLAYERS. "The Doctors' Dilemma." 1 The Dcetor' Dilemma," in which Shawtreats the medical profession with a degrve of irony, fRM successfully staged by tha Macdona Playe"s at the Victoria Theatre, last night That no two doctor; have identical views as regards the remedy for any particular iilnews is th?

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The tender of Mr. Lim Ho for $218,000, for the new High School, Mala-ca, in Chan Koon Cherg Road, has been accepted. Another case of jumping overboard from the ferry steamers occurred on Sunday at Penang. A Chinese passenger was on h's way to Prai on the steamer M Violet."

SINGAPORE ASSIZES. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE ASSIZES. Alleged Gang Robbers on Trial The second Smgapor opened yesterday before hi when Goh Teck, Tan Lian Uan Huat, charged with v irom banishment, were fou I sentenced to penal B rvil There are 19 cases en th, prising tne three mentioned MJjemblmr to ecmmit aimed robbery 4,

ELEPHANTS RAID COOLIE CAMP. [ARTICLE]

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ELEPHANTS RAID COOLIE CAMP. Nine Malays Hurt in Negri Sembilan. A mandor and eight coolie? ut Hi Top< g .v.p.tical Survey Departnun; bad .1 raoti mutual and terrifying exprinc- btt Xon day night, writes a Kuala Pilaac rr pendent of the "Malay Maii" ami March 2. They w. r\ urviying

SINGAPORE'S NEW ROADS. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE'S NEW ROADS. Control of Jalait Besar I Playground. I The following action wa- t -k"n meeting of Municipal Commit" Mar. 1: Approved the naming of p .v. der Street area as follows: Petaling Road, Tronoh Road, K Rawang Road. m Approved the adoption <d ri. Tee-k Kim Road" instead

DEPARTURE OF THE "BELGENLAND." [ARTICLE]

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DEPARTURE OF THE "BELGENLAND." I The Passenger List. n d which arrived yesterday fte B a at daylight to-day. it ngers wou spent a day were Ueuige Aue, aer ana piaywngut; Cyrus jjiijr•=•> ..icago capitalist, and Airs. ru ert leisnhacjier, San r, to rc> fc jirs. ieisnnacKer and a Jr.

JAPANESE NEWS. TAX TRANSFER BILL. [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE NEWS. TAX TRANSFER BILL. (By Courtesy of the Nanyo Xichi-Nichi Shimbunsha.) Tokyo, Mar. 3. The Upper House, after concluding the discussion of the land and business taxes transfer Bill, has referred the Bill to a special committee.

CENSURE OF MINISTER. [ARTICLE]

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CENSURE OF MINISTER. The Opposition groups have decided to move a resolution impeaching Mr. Kuhara, Minister of Communications, in the House of Commons, probably on the sth inst.

ADVERSE TRADE BALANCE. [ARTICLE]

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ADVERSE TRADE BALANCE. The excess of imports over exports during the first two months of this year is estimated at V 140,000,000, which is an increase of Y69,000,000 as compared with the corresponding period last year.

YEN STABILISATION. [ARTICLE]

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YEN STABILISATION. In view of the difficulty of preventing a further fall in the Yen, the Yokohama Specie B?rk is reported to have assumed tho at At tude of 8 looker-on. This has caused further confusion in the Yen market.

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SINGAPORE VOLUNTEERS. Programme of Drills up to and for March 10, 1929. To-day, Mar. 6. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, "A" (M.G.) Coy., Coy. Parade. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, Eurasian Company, W. Training and 30x Range. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, Bde. Sig. Section (Sinhalese), Signal Training. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, M. C. Platoon, Organization. Tc-morrow,

Correspondence. [ARTICLE]

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Correspondence. [Our readers are invited to write to us jn subjects of public interest. It must be understood that the "Malaya Tribune" does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed ay correspondents. Letters should be as orief as possible, and preferably typewritten. Pen-names may be used, but the names and addresses of

V.M.C.A. Down-Town Centre. [ARTICLE]

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V.M.C.A. Down-Town Centre. (To the Editor, "Malaya Tribune.") Sir, —It is indeed gratifying to find that he masteipieces of 4 Chinese" and "Pork Dhops" have evoked a shoal of deprecatory •eplies. Every Straits-born Chinese should 'eei proud of the spirit of unselfishness and tolerance (which is the keynote of all

House-Rents and Assessment. [ARTICLE]

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House-Rents and Assessment. (To the- Editor, "Malaya Tribune.") Sir—Some years back our Government ;reated a Rent Board, but evidently after serving its period of utility, according to the opinion of our Demi-Gods, it was allowed to die a natural death, since which time rents have scared high everywhere, and it

Chinese Chamber of Commerce. [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Chamber of Commerce. (To the Editor, "Malaya Tribune Si r —Singapore has progressed by leaps and bounds during the brief period of o few years, and has been a centre of interest to world tourists. The most striking aspect to visitors to this Colony is that of the magnificent

Wanted: A School for Indians. [ARTICLE]

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Wanted: A School for Indians. (To the Editor, Malaya Tribune.") Sir, —This is an excellent motive, appre ciably patriotic, but nevertheless deplorablj erratic. Doss your correspondent advocaU the establishment of an E ementary School or a High School; perhaps a College 1 These, of course, for the Ind an community

"Anti-Sirring." [ARTICLE]

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"Anti-Sirring." A Chinese correspondent wishes tj revive discussion of the question of addressing office-superiors as "Sir"—a practice which he deprecates. We would urga him, and others who think like him, to realise that nothing is lost by being respectful, which indeed is essential to satisfactory discipline.

SINGAPORE CHESS CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CHESS CLUB. Year's Activities Reviewed. The annual general meeting of the Singapore Chess Club will be held on Friday at the Adelphi Hotel, at 5 p.m. Tea will be provided by the Club from 4.30 p.m. onwaids. At the conclusion of the meeting, prizes will be awarded to the

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] London, Mar. 4. Paris 124.25 New York 4.85 Brussels s«9 Geneva ioUrT Amsterdam 2l Milan MM Berlin 20.45% Stockholm 18 -J» Copenhagen }st2t? Oslo 18.19% Vienna 34.52% Prague 163.75 Helsingfors 192.75 Madrid 32.02% Lisbon 109% Athens 375 Bucharest 816 Rio Buenos Aires 47

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Singapore Stadium. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Stadium. CONSIDERABLE SAVING IN EXPENDITURE. Estimates for 1929. The accounts for 1928 and estimates for 1929 of the Sinj apore Stadium Association, which conirolo Lne stadium football ground, have been circulated by tUe secretary; Mr. G. L. Harris. The following is the secretary's summary: Balanc .Sheet.—lt wili oe noted

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