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The Malaya Tribune V»l XVI- -No. SS SINGAPORE, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1929 FIVE CENTS. Glltr ilialaya ftrtfamt* Thursday, March 7, 1929.

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UPTON'S CEYLON \NOTBETTER J THE BEST. I SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK I PURE UNSKIMMED COWS 1 MILK, and in condensation nothing but FINEST WHITE cj, rnNDENSED SUGAR is added Being pre sweetened TpW/V pared under the most hygienic ijj L|* conditions, this Milk is especiH. #i a,,y suitabl e for Infants.

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r FLORODOR f Washing A' Suitings jY Vy" For Tropical Wear HIGH STREET, V Singapore. I ASK FOR j I IBS? /*AAfi£ I ft BRAND I j 1 PURE FOODS. 9 J I llf Quality Products ftef] l At Popular Prices. I I OBTAINABLE AT ALL STORES. I g 32SHS252S2SZ5H52SiSHSZSES252SESHS2SE5J5ZSESH

Literary Notes. [ARTICLE]

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Literary Notes. The Goethe-Lessing Celebrations. CBy Cola E. Carroll.) Rarely does literary history provide such a coincidence of dates such as that which prompted the Goethe-Lessing celebrations which are now being held at Brunswick and Wolfenbuttel. Lessing was born on Jan. 22, 1729, and Goethe's masterpiece, "Faust, which is perhaps

When The Stomach Rebels. [ARTICLE]

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When The Stomach Rebels. A Danger Signal. A distinguished medical authority ha* written, "When a man's stomach goc* wrong he starts on the down grade". Indigestion, dyspepsia, and other forms of stomach disorder produ.v depression ami melancholy. t One of the commonest causes of inaiges tion is weak, thin blood.

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Pi tonosaa i mCTQ iot=3or^=aoao IWHITEAWAYS 8 ]MtilliHLei*y I This is undoubtedly the Opportunity to Secure your Easter Hat at much belt w the usual prices. I M A LARGE SHIPMENT OF LADIES MILLINERY HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY THE j y S S. KHYBER" AND WILL BE DISPLAYED IN OUR

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I A Grand Advertisement m and pj I FANCY DKISS BALL g rfl will be held at the X I I DRILL If 41 L, BfcACHfROAD. gj S ON SATURDAY, MARCH 23, g jj{ at 9.15 p.m. ffl jO Half of the proceeds of sale of jj tickets will be

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S m GUA RD AGAINST them gj AILMENTS 1 I mctue to exposure torn I COLD, DAMP end I I: If tha regular use of M I I VALDAI I m PASTILLES I I X lOn Sale at all Chemists X M Druggists. M ffl Cj M INSIST on the

INDIAN NEWS AND NOTES. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN NEWS AND NOTES. Statutory Commission in Madras. (From Indian Exchanges.) The Simon Commission arrived in Madras by the "Tairea" on Feb. 18, from Rungoon. oir John Simon and his cclleagu-s were presented with nine addresses of welcome varying from the City Fathers to the youth of 1929, as Sir

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BUUN POAS4. "Jr\ to get on<bottle of our Java Sjrup. SYRUP Rose-Rose. Pine Apple. Strawberry, Cherries. Vanilla. Capulair. Citroen. Lemon. Pisang Ambon. Ranja. Orangeade. etc. cold;drink Mocca Toffee Essence. Santa Coffee Essence. Fosco, Chocolate Essence, etc. Aerated Water of different tastes, from Java. D. T. LIM ro 153. North Bride*

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«OJN Ut« Cow© Cate a rid tone jgj Milked OF ALL CHEMISTS STORES. S. R SASSOON No. 9S. H b son Roa I Sole Agent:—S.S. F.M.S. I I venation I rfl i,l Cn«.cU*e -«rmiess Hormone Preparation*. acOv&teC rU S st i j i-itra-radiatefl Mineral Vitamme* JQ I a ui^?yNE 1

Penang As Air Port. [ARTICLE]

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Penang As Air Port. MALAYA AND CIVIL AVIATION. The Time to Start is Now. In the past fifty years Malaya has entirely revolutionised her methods of transport. Those who have read their Swettenham or Clifford cannot help forming a very clear picture of what travel used to be like. There

ST. ANTHONY DE PADUA ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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ST. ANTHONY DE PADUA ASSOCIATION. The Annual Report. The 25th annual report of the Association of St. Anthony de Padua, Singapore, for last year, states: Receipts for the year show a heavy decrease of $717.49 and there was also a reduction m the expenditure by $263.56 as compared with the

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The Chief Secretary to Government has appointed the following committee of ladies to assist in the management of the Federal Home for Women and Girls, Pahang Road, Kuala Lumpur: President, Lady Peel; Mrs. Andrew Caldecott, Mrs. Y. T. Cheng, Mrs. Choo Kia Peng, Mrs. Hannigan, Mrs. Hoh Sam Chi, Mrs.

A BANVARD STAR. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A BANVARD STAR. Mr. Henry Corner, of the Banvard Comedy Company, who, when at the head of hia own company, gave a Command Performance at Sandringham.

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m IJI 1 w^* B p—"B^^ Wmyyl and a little water j cold or Warm -and of ail Chemists I Representative—Mr. H. M. Hodges, P. 0. Box 274, Singapore. 11l fj ■II IMWaa^aPaaaaaaaaM I PI4NO WORTH BUYING. I Our Upright Grand "Steinbert" Piano I fjj w ith complete iron frame,

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itire o{ this- mapcai ltl I corrupuo w s"a«£ r as»« as s" I 75c or $1.60 box- Agents:—The British Pharmacy, North Bridge Road, Singapore I I Yes Sir, my Baby I I FATHER— 31 "A Girl! But i wanted a Boy M I I "Very well, sir. there is

THE RUBBER MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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THE RUBBER MARKET. Chamber of Commerce R. A. Report. The Sin ?apore Chamber of Commerce Rubber Association in their weekly report dated Mar. 6, state: Catalogued 2,221,074 1b5.=991.55 tons. Offered 1,707,604 lbs.-789 11 tons. Sold 1,439,299 1b5.=642.54 ton?. Lcndcn spot 12Zkd. New York spot 25% cents. PRICES REALIZED. Ribbed Smoked

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 7q Hens (Locally reared) kati 76 Ducks, each 92 Pigeon, domestic,

BENZINE PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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

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-Hours Orchard Road, RETAIL BRANCH. WEEK DAYS 5 a.m. to 11 a.m. 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. SATURDAYS 5 a.m. to 12 noon. SUNDAYS 5 a.m. lo 10.30 a.m. Selegie Road, RETAIL BRANCH. WEEK DAYS 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. SATURDAYS 6 a.m. to 11

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CHEMICAL DIAMONDS. Guaranteed Hardness ani Hjj«m» Brightness, equal tm Genuine Diamonds. Rs. 5 to Rs. 10 per carat. Full Particular*; Apply to:— AMERICAN CHEMICAL DIAMONDS CO. 3. General Mutaiak Mudati Street, 'Thejus MADRAS. HIMASAR RELIEVES INSTANTANEOUSLY Asthma, Influenza, Fever, Headache Toothache, Col:c, Vomitting, Sea-Sickness indigestion and numerous other diseases Sold

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JSL tool s m PAVILION a THONE 6903 jo FROM TUESDAY, HABCH STO MONDAY, MARCH It. I g AT 9.15 P.M. SHARP. X I The Latest PATHE GAZETTE. I Dolores Costello j GLORIOUS BETSY. 1- I P IN THE FIRST SHOW AT 7.30 PM. I "DYNAMITE" The Devil [Dog I

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fALHAMBRA I THONE 6909 j jj (TAN CHENG KEE C*. M*- Praprietora) C J PROGRAMME I I Commencing Thursday, March 7 j 1 and ending Tuesday, March 12. IN THE SECOND SHOW AT 9 P.M. 1 THE LATEST EMPIRE NEWS. fl I Pola Negri i i m "BARBED WIRE." 1

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1 GAIETY CINEMA SURINA THEATRE 1 1 Jnetkm Albert aad Beacoole. Street, f North Bridge Road. 'Phone No. 6289.1 uirnrt TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! AT 9 P.M. SHARP. AT t P-M. Charming DANGEROUS PATHS M4BIE PBEVOST I Romance, Intrigue and Darng Adveitnr* in her most charming comedy amidst the Glaciers and Eternal

HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. Ships Alongside the Wharves. Singapore, Mar. 7. Wharf (Entrance Gate 1). Somersetshire E.E.E. Wharf; Rohna 20. <»■ Wharf (Entrance Gate 3). Macedonia 18; Mata Hari 16; Takada 14: Saarbrucken 11; Ningchow 9; Lahn 8; Raub 7; Kistna 6. fcpire Dock (Entrance Gate 3). Benmardhui 30; Bellview 32; Egra

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untitled by the on Tuesday next from Mr. H. Anderson. Mr. J. Mrs. V. Clumcck. Broih<-r X. Frank. 1, Mrs. A. G&WSHansen, Mr. T. Moore, Mr. ther Paul, Mr. Warren i. 1). Cush, Miss M. Cush, Mr. M. Scott, Mr. W. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wilkin--1 V j V

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 Mar. 6, state: The metal market keeps remarkably steady, daily fluctuations of a few shillings only taking place. Spot closes 10/- lower on balance at £220, and three months 10/--firmer at £222.10.0 with

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. British Official Wireless. London, Mar. 6. Paris 124.25 New York 4.85 7/32 Brussels 3 it?tl Geneva 25.23 Amsterdam 12 l i}* Milan 92-675 Berlin 20M* Stockholm 18.16 a Copenhagen JSfSS osio Srl23 Vienna 34.52% Prague 1b.i.70 Helsingfors 192.75 Madrid *7&H? Lisbon *«JJa Athens 375 Bucharest ct? Rio 6% Buenos

FINANCE & COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE COMMERCE. PRODUCE. Singapore, Mar. 7. Old Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $340 Bayers Sellers Old Siam Rice 2 $320 White Pepper 112.00 Old Siam Rice 3 $305 Muntok White Pepper 116.00 Old Siam Rice 4 $301 Johore Black Pepper 1 New Siam Rice No. 1 per Koyan $300

TAPAH RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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TAPAH RUBBER. 10 Per Cent. Dividend to be Paid. The directors of the Tapah Rubber Estates, Ltd., in their report to the shareholders fui th? year Llzc. .:i yat, to be presented at the annual meeting in Singapore on the 14th inst., state: The net profit for the year amounts

SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. The Matsumoh Maru is due on Mar. 14 from Suez, and is sailing for Japan the next day. The Hamburg-Amerika Liner, 44 Burgenland is due from Hamburg via Colombo on Saturday, the 9th inst. The Fook Sang" is expected from Calcutta via Penang to-morrow morning. She has 87

ARRIVALS. [ARTICLE]

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ARRIVALS. 44 Pong Tong." Brit., 1,001 tons, Capt. LreCktton, from Saigon, 6-3; for Saigon, 9-3. V 44 Panama Maru," Jap., 3,573 tons, Capt. Isheda, from Yokohama, 6-3; for Colombo, 8- 3. 44 Takada," Brit., 4,223 tons, Capt. Lir.don, from Osaka, 6-3; for Calcutta, date uncertain. 44 Mata Hari," Brit., 519

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On Sunday thee will be Holy Communion and sermon at H.M. Naval Base, Seletar, at 10.30 a.m.

"RUTH ALEXANDER." [ARTICLE]

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"RUTH ALEXANDER." Passengers for Singapore. The following disembarked at Singapore from the "Ruth Alexander" which arrived on Mar. 5. Mr. George Barnwell accompanied by Mrs. Barnwell and son. Mr. Barnwell is a geologist with the Standard Oil Company in Java. Mi. Horace E. Dodge, accompanied by Mrs. Dodge, maid and

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED—Experienced Collector and Assistant Cashier. Security required. Apply Box 836, c/o Malaya Tribune. CAPITAL REQUIRED to extend and develop European owned Import business, or would consider Partnership. Excellent Proprietory Agencies. Reply in confidence to Box 837, c/o Malaya Tribune. MUNICIPALITY OF SINGAPORE. The Municipal Commissioners of the Town

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DIARY. To-day. Mar. 7. 53 a.m., 9.51 p.m. t$ V mail closes. 1 "Pygmalion," Victoria Vi -"<).30 p.m. To-morrow, Mar. 8 a.m.. 10.18 p.m. H« h V> or-General Van Straubenzee ifSltan of Johore leaves. |L? (Com. Cup), Mansfield v. Bank. nual general meeting, Adelphi H °o Botanical Gardens, 5 p.m.

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THE WEATHER. Meteorological Weekly Report. Hill Station records for the seven days ending midnight on Saturday, Mar. 2, are as follows: Penang Hill. Altitude of observation (feet above M. S. L.) 2,100. Average mean shade temperature (deg. F.) 71.33. Total evaporation (in inches) .423. Total rainfall (in inches) 1.471. Taiping

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HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH CROSSWORD PLZZLE. The following is the solution of the above Crossword: j ACROSS:—I. Garner; 6. Cob; 8. So; 10. Again; 11. Toy; 12. RKA; 13. Ripgd; 14. Or; 15. Four; 16. BC; 17. Condemn; 19. At; 20. Salpka; 22. Woman; 27. YL; 28. Aver; 29. Ere; 31.

HOUSING—AND HOW. [ARTICLE]

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HOUSING—AND HOW. There is a big surplus of applicants for houses built by the Singapore Improvement Trust in Lavender Street. Discussion of the Maricon Land Development Co.'s scheme has been very zealous and we believe that already several hundred inquiries have been received. And there are ve;y many people requiring

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The usual Gospel meeting in Bethel English School will be held to-day at 7.30 p.m. Mr. M. Bertie will accompany the Sultan of Johore to Europe on the Macedonia," which sails to-morrow. In Geylang Road at about 2.40 p.m. yesterday a Chinese pedestrian was knocked down by a "mosquito" bus

DUKE OF GLOUCESTER. [ARTICLE]

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DUKE OF GLOUCESTER. Due at Singapore on Apri It is officially announced »h Highness the Duke of gj£*£ 5 *W forming: the Garter Mission S3 arrive at Penang by the "MowJ^ I# nd Wl ]i FeaCh r h n A Pnl of April 20. lf mom ntf His Royal Hig-hne

BARON KOENIG'S FLIGHT. [ARTICLE]

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BARON KOENIG'S FLIGHT. German Airman to Vi sit Kua|a Lumpur. Baron Koenig, flying a h»ht from Germany to Java X.. Bangkok. arri ved a He has expressed a wish to laad Lumpur, and permission to us* Yk Uala course for this purpose has been obJ** His present plans are t

MACDONA PLAYERS. [ARTICLE]

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MACDONA PLAYERS. "Widowers' Houses." There was a good attendance Victona Theatre last night when first time, the Macdona p£S ••Widowers; Houses." Like it was; excellently a, ted Joan Blanche Sarton.us filled an n She was the daughter I possessed an nncontrollabli n 1 J nd treatment of her maid (Katharine

MINERS' RELIEF FUND. [ARTICLE]

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MINERS' RELIEF FUND. A sum of £953 5s 10d.. representing $8,236.15, which stood to the cr:<fi| Miners' Relief Fund on Saturday last, has (says the "Singapore Free Press' ben telegraphically transmitted by the (ha: t?red Bank to the Lord Mayor's <Min:n{r Areas) Relief Fund, Itaatßon Hcum-, Lo» don. Since the

MALAYA'S POPPY DAY. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA'S POPPY DAY. Magnificent Result: Last Year* Tjtal Exceeded. We have received from Mrs. Mantf* the following final returns f r Malaya 1928 Poppy Day: Singapore »7, Penang 27, Malacca 4.7 Pahang Perak 20.4>1.-1o Se'angor Negri Sembilan 470 Johore Kelantan Kedah Trengganu »*JJ British North Borneo Sarawak «gjg Brunei »J2

MAILS EXPECTED [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED i t From Europe. (London n Feb. 14) by •'NaJdera," due 10 n.m. to-day. From China and Japan Maru," due at Singai nre 1 -at From Holland by "indr Singapore to-morrow morn

TIN AND RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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TIN AND RUBBER I Latest Quotations. RUBBER. 1 ondt»n:—l2 T d. York:—26 fonts <<I I Singapore:—44-44M cents I TlN-fr^drn-—Spot £219 m nontih? buy rs P221 filers £221 1«*" <<h >n oil f> Singapore :-sll 1.50. (200 ton* i

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1 ROBINSONS I FOR VALUE AND SERVICE. jjj 1' I Correct ftyles and Fashions are now as essential in S Children's Clothes as in those of grown up people and Cj a Visit to our Juvenile's Department will Repay anyone S who Studies tha Personal Appearance of their Children. Cj

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

WAR CLOUDS IN CHINA. [ARTICLE]

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WAR CLOUDS IN CHINA. I Chiang v. Feng. I B j,; ARMIES BEING MASSED. Reuter's Service. Shanghai, Mar. 6. Otoe* official circles consider that a jjmation exists in the Nanking Gov„nt vi« a ri* tne so-called Kwangsi anil that a very serious shadow of r overhanging the country, got!, side-

TRAINING THE FLEET. [ARTICLE]

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TRAINING THE FLEET. Request Britain has had to Refuse. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 7. '-ommander Barr, of the Chinese Navy, London on a secret mission on "ktf of the Chinese Government. •Wording to the Daily Express," he approached the British Government the request to lend China a number of toval

COMMUNIST PLAY. [ARTICLE]

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COMMUNIST PLAY. I Banned by Berlin Police. Reuter's Service. Berlin, Mar. 6. ground that a public perfrrjj"* would endanger law and order, the of Police has prohibited the J* 00 of the Communist play in three f hip cf tlie Future," eripin4w' d 1 ison -Gas Over Berlin." The rned

HIS MAJESTY'S PROGRESS. [ARTICLE]

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HIS MAJESTY'S PROGRESS. British Official Wireless. f| Rugby, Mar. 6. •i another good day. Thh warmer and the sun on! 'ant]

ANGLO-PERSIAN TRADE. [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-PERSIAN TRADE. Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia. I\ Teheran, Mar. 6. 311 ta< e treat y negotia-

Premier and Miners. [ARTICLE]

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Premier and Miners. GOVT. INTERFERENCE DEPRECATED. Transference of Surplus Men Essential. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 6. The joint report of the proceedings of the meeting between Mr. Baldwin and the executive of the Miners' Federation says that the Premier expressed the opinion that amalgamations and othjer forms of reorganisation were

MEN'S LEADERS' REQUESTS. [ARTICLE]

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MEN'S LEADERS' REQUESTS. British Official Wireless. Rugby, Mar. 6. A joint report is officially issued of yesterday's interview between the Premier, who was accompanied by other Minister,' and the Executive of the Miners' Federaticn, Mr. Herbert Smith, president of the Miners' Federation, emphasised the low wages and the large amount

ANGLO-RUSSIAN TRADE. [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-RUSSIAN TRADE. Soviet Welcomes Delegation. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 6. The British trade delegation which is leaving for Russia on the 25th inst. will represent 150 prcminent firms. Mr. Douglas Hamilton, President cf the Bradford Chamber of Commerce, will represent the woollen industry. It was stated at a meeting to-day

COTTON AMALGAMATION. [ARTICLE]

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COTTON AMALGAMATION. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 6. The ''Manchester Guardian" says that three companies in the Rochdale district have be-n valued for the purpose of the amalgamation of a unmbrr of independent mills controlling >'J,0CO;O00 spindles, but 1 negotiations have not proceeded very faryet.

DE VALERA FREED. [ARTICLE]

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DE VALERA FREED. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. b. De VWem wa=< released and placed- in a Dublin-bound tiain. I

To-day's Features. [ARTICLE]

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To-day's Features. f LITERARY NOTES, on page 2. INDIAN NEWS AND NOTES, on page 3. SPORTS NOTES, on page 10.

The League Council. [ARTICLE]

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The League Council. DEBATE ON MINORITIES PROBLEM. Sir Austen Chamberlain's Speech. Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia. Geneva, Mar. 6. With the jurists finally declaring against the feasibility of the admittance of L thuania to the discussions, Wednesday morning finds the stage prepared for the important Minorities debate. Public interest was early manifested

THE COMMITTEE OF THREE. [ARTICLE]

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THE COMMITTEE OF THREE. British Official Wireless. Rugby, Mar. 6. The proposal by Senator Dandurand, of Canada, to modify the procedure retarding pet tions from Minorities was discussed by the Lt-ague of Nations Council to-day. M. Dandurand proposed that in future petitions be dealt with by the League Council instead

U.S. AND WORLD COURT. [ARTICLE]

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U.S. AND WORLD COURT. Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia. Geneva. Mar. 6. The American ex Secretary of State, Mr. Elihu Root, has submitted to the League a proposal intended to pave the way for full American participation in the Hague World Court. According to his scheme the United States will be able,

A MALTESE DISPUTE. [ARTICLE]

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A MALTESE DISPUTE. Ministry and Ecclesiastics. British Official Wireless. Rugby, Mar. 6. In the Hou-e of Commons tr-day Mr. Amcry (Colonial Secretary) stated that the Government, at the instance cf the Maltese authorities, had instructed the British Ministsr at the Vatican to approach the Hoy See with a request that

HEAVY FIGHTING IN MEXICO. [ARTICLE]

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HEAVY FIGHTING IN MEXICO. Federal Troops Rally. REPORTED REVERSES FOR REVOLUTIONISTS. Reuter's Service. Mexico City, Mar. 5. It is becoming obvious that the Government and the Revolutionists have settled down to a life and death struggle for supremacy. Fighting is reported in the States of Coahuila, Sonora and Sinaloa. The

Aviation Boom. [ARTICLE]

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Aviation Boom. AMERICAN INVESTORS' STAMPEDE. Huge Share Issue OverSubscribed. Reuter's Service. New York, Mar. 6. The sensational developments in air transportation yesterday reminded older Wall Street business mat of the early days of railway development. Following- the announcement of the formation of a $35,000,000 aviation holding torn pany to acquire

BRITISH RAILWAY ENTERPRISE. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH RAILWAY ENTERPRISE. London, Mar. 5. The shareholders of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway have authorised the Board to seek Parliamentary powers to us® aircraft for the conveyance of passengers and merchandise to and trom aerodromes in Great Britain in districts tapped by their trains Other companies are promoting

LONG-DISTANCE FLIGHT CRAZE. [ARTICLE]

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LONG-DISTANCE FLIGHT CRAZE. j Paris, Mar. 6. The M nist:r for Air has again supended authorisation of long-distance flights. Consequently, the flights of Captains Costes, Weiss, Girier, Challes and hia:n>t, Lieutenant Paris, and th*. brothers Arrachart, have been postponed indefinitely.

FORGED TREATY CASE. [ARTICLE]

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FORGED TREATY CASE. No Ground for Imprisonmenl. Reuter's Service. Brussels, Mar. 6 Heine has been released by order of the exam ning mpgi. trvte in iccoruance with th. appi cation of the Public Prosfcut:r. It is semi-officially stated that the charge that his passpoit wr.s a forgery dij not justify

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I BULLDOG 8 BRAND GENUINE GUINNESS STOUT I c I AS BOTTLED BY 4 ROBERT PORTER CO., LTD. I BE SURE TO ASK FOR I ["Bulldog Brand"! a c a AND SEE YOU GET IT. i I 3 Sole Agents: i 3 1 j GuTinaig€b G (Incorporated in the Straits

Sports & Pastimes. COMMERCIAL CUP. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Pastimes. COMMERCIAL CUP. Uniceers Bleat F. and N. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. The Uniteers, holders of the Commercial Cup, trtre in gocd form yesterday, when they defeated Fraser and Neave 3—o at the Stadium. Thf losers put up a good fight, but were up.against a superior team. Donald made heroic efforts

Semi-Finals and Final. [ARTICLE]

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Semi-Finals and Final. The semi-finals in the Inter-Commercial Cup Competition will take place at the Stadium as follows: Mar. 14.— or Hong Kong and Shanghai v. Robinson's. Mar. 15.-*-Uniteers v. A. P. C. or McAlist £r's. The be played at the Stadium on Wednesday, Mar. 20, when Mrs. J. MSime

F.A. CUP REPLAYS. [ARTICLE]

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F. A. CUP REPLAYS. Wanderers and Huddersfield j Win Through. Reuter's Service. v London, Mar. 6 In th-j A. Cup replays to-day Bolton Wanderers beat Blackburn Rovers 2—1 and beat West Bromwich 2—1. 1tiE SEMI-FINALISTS. The serii-final ties K to be played .on the 23rd inst.,ttvill thus be as folfows:

PRESTON FOR SALE! . [ARTICLE]

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PRESTON FOR SALE! t» Famous Club's Financial f Difficulties. Reuter's Service. t London, Mar. 6 Prestoj North End. one> of the must famous fcrtsrlish football clubs, foundeu in 1880, have followed the of Derby County iiid Hull City by placing the whole cf the 29 players on their books on

English League. [ARTICLE]

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English League. Reuter's Service. London, Mar. 6. League matches pjayed to-day resulted «s fol'pws: v ENGI, |SH LEAGUE—Div. Ill (Southern). Cry ital Palace 2, Norwich 1. ENG1 ISH LEAGUE.—Div. III (Northern). City 8, Tranmere 0. f

Scottish League. [ARTICLE]

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Scottish League. Rangers 3, St. Johnstone* 1. He&Yts 1, Dundee-l; I

SCOTTISH CUP REPLAY. [ARTICLE]

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SCOTTISH CUP REPLAY. Motherwell Again Hold Celtic. Reuter's Service. neuter's Service.] London, Mar. 6. iA the replayed fourth round tie in the Scottish Cup competition, Celtic and Motherwell again drew, no goal being scored. Solicitors v. Y.M.C.A. 'the following will represent the Solicitors against the Y.M.C.A. to morrow, on the

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

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S.A.P. v. Swee's XI. A*he following wili represent the Social Athletic Party against Swae'-a XI to-day, mi the St. Andrew's School ground: jUSortg Hoe; Ah Cheong, Hong Cheng; Ku H&g, Tiang Chwee, Nam Pan; Wing Kan gong: VVfog, Ah: (Dheng. Shang Chep, Hong ;ttA r.. T -:?ck

S.R.C. v. Municipality. [ARTICLE]

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S.R.C. v. Municipality. CRICKET. T. c following will renresent the S.R C. in th:> gi.me with a Municipal cricket eleven on th oadang on Saturday:—T. Leijssius, H N. Bilhetchet, T. Hope, D. d*Cotta, W. A. K:yt, 0 Tesoensohn R. C. OchLr* L. da Silvr H. G. Stack, L. E. Campbell

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

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S.R.C. "A" v. S.C.C. "A" The followmg wffl represtent the SR C. in the game with the SC.C. irangpd for Sunday: T. Leijssius. H. N. Balhetchet. D d'Cotta, A. E. Chelvan, S. L. Oehler?. R C. Oehlers, L. da Silva, H. G. Stack, T Mosbergen G. Westerhout and P. d'-Alme'da.

J.C.S.A. v. S.J.O.B. [ARTICLE]

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J.C.S.A. v. S.J.O.B. The Junior Civil Service Association will on Saturday meet th-? St. Joseoh'.- Old Boys on the former's ground. The following will represent the J.C.S.A.:—Woon Chow Tat (-apt.), R Lami:. Mohamed Shariff, Mohamed Varma, Abdul Hamid, Fa?amsothy, Chee Kong Mm, K. Mosbergen, H. Sequerah. K:nnedy. Reserve?.: V. Muthucumaras

MALAYAN CHAMPIONSHIP. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN CHAMPIONSHIP. At Bukit Timah at Easter. GOLF. Th? Ma!a\..n golf champ onship meeting will be held at the Singapore Golf Club course at Bukit Timah during the Ea-ter holidays. A pre imijiary bogey competition will commence the meeting on Good Fr day. Mar. 29, and on the following morning

G.G.C. Ladies' Medal. [ARTICLE]

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G.G.C. Ladies' Medal. In the replay for the ladies' monthly medal of tin Garrison Golf Club, Mis. G. Savage beat Mrs. Lowe 2 and 1.

Tanglin Tournament. [ARTICLE]

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Tanglin Tournament. LAWN TENNIS. The result of yesterday's game in the Tanglin Club tournament was: Ladies Doubles Handicap. Mrs. Zylsri and Miss Wal is, owe 15.4, beat Mrs.'C H. G. Clarke and Mrs. Davie* plus 3,. 6—l, B—6. TO-DAY'S TIES. Ladies Doubles Open. Mrs. Zylstra and Miss Wallis v. Mrs.

Horlickians v. Shanghai B.P. [ARTICLE]

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Horlickians v. Shanghai B.P. BADMINTON. The follow ng will represent the Hor lickians against the Shanghai BP. in a return match of six singles on the latter.* court on Sunday, at 3.30 p.m.:—Robert Chia, E. Cheng Leong, Khoo Eng Kong, Chee Liang Bee, Charie Chia and Yeo Koon Yam. Reserves:—Tan

L.R.P. v. I.A. [ARTICLE]

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L.R.P. v. I.A. The following will represent the Lourde3 Recreation Party against the Indian Association on the latter's court at 3.30 p.m. on Saturday: Singles.—L Fernanderz, A. S. David and G. V. Santhopu. Doubles.—A. S. David and C. Anthony; G. V. Santhou and S. Paul.

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

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V.M.C.A. Matches. HOCKEY. A scrappy game was the "outcome of the match played on Monday between the V.M C.A. and Raffles Institution, and when time was called neither side had bexn able to score. The following will represent the YM.C.A. against Fort Canning to-day on the former's ground:—A. Menzies; C.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The sixteenth annual general meeting of the Sepoy Lines Funeral Association was held at tne residence of Mr. Loke Yew Bee, 155, Neil Road, on Monday, and the following office-bearers were elected tor the current year: Mr. Loke Yew Bee, President (le-eitcted); Mr. Ong Boon Chwee, Vice-President; Mr. Song Kee

Sports Notes. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Notes. A WEEKLY COMMENTARY. (Special to the "Malaya Tribune.") Those who predicted keener competition and more evenly contested games in this year's Inter-Commercial Cup competition have been correct in their forecast. Not only have the games—with the exception of those in which newcomers were disposed of—been of a more

MALACCA'S EX-SERVICE MEN. [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA'S EX-SERVICE MEN. An Unsatisfactory Membership. The (Malacca branch) of the Ex->ervice Men's Associa'ion of Malaya h Id trejr annua! general meeting at the M.V.C. headquarters on Mondr.y evening. Ther> was very poor turn-out, only Messrs. H. W. Esson* (president), J. D. Sanderson (vicepresident), W. Gilliam (hon. sec. and treasurer),

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Miss May Satchell is undergoing training as a Deaconess, and is now on three months' probation in the diocese of Portsmouth.— "C.M.P"

Bond of Sport. [ARTICLE]

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Bond of Sport. INTERNATIONAL CLUB IN LONDON. Happy Sequel to Prince's Remark. British Official Wireless. Rugby, Mar. 6» There is to be established in London in the spring the International Sportsman's Club, with headquarters. in Grosvenor House, Park Lane, which owes its foundation to a remark of the Prince of

BANVARD COMEDY CO. [ARTICLE]

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BANVARD COMEDY CO. The Return Season. The Banvard English Comedy Company, who attracted full houses when they were here in January, will be back at the Victoria Th-atre next week for a return season. The plays will include "The Cuckoo in the Nest," Rockery Nook," 44 The Fanatics," 44 1

Singapore Assizes. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Assizes. KATONG GANG KOBBfiftv CASE. 1 Another Chance for a Mis. uid?d Youth. At the Singapore Assii foie Mr. Justice Deane. Tamr 9 a Hua Eng and Wan Kam I hoon S V charged with assembling to romj? If* robbery in a lane o» Tanjone k n a: were

O.C.P.D. FINED $250. [ARTICLE]

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O.C.P.D. FINED $250. Kuala Lipis Case. On Monday Mr. J. Birth, until axeatif O.C.r\D., Kuala Lipis, was charged at the local Police Court before Mr. E. Jago under Sections 324 and 355 of th.- Penal Code (wrongfully confining any person and a*nult or criminal force with intent to honour a

NEWS FROM JAPAN. [ARTICLE]

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NEWS FROM JAPAN. vBy Courtesy of the Nanyo Nichi-Nid>i Shimbunsha.) FAMOUS ACTOR'S DEATH. Tokyo, Mar. 5 The death is announced of Sawada, a popular actor, who ori£ira •> naw school in the Japanese th<atn IMPORTANT BILLS TO BE SHEIAEU Most of the Government BilN. exc 1' Budget, including the Tax

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. The City Opera. To-night will mark the at the City Opera of the Misse* J» k Colloway, Marina and Olga, »no leaving to-mormw for Manna. their short season in justified their reputal and talented artistes pronounced success. The vaudeville progi ing is a very attracts many up-to-date items,

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The "Karmala." untitled R.A. and 2nd Bn. th< Df«*td to arrive at Sii the 16th last I 7" F (t Officers and N.< <>■ Co., S.V.C., will cami any Headquarter day, Mar. 23 and 24. Before Mr. 0. X en Monday, a Chin* named Tins? Fook Yoi reckless driving, tbw

Indian Labour. [ARTICLE]

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Indian Labour. MALAYA NOW OVERIS SUPPLIED? U.(\ Discussion. m -jnutes of a meeting of the Indian T*,, o p mmittee held at Kuala a** ra nn Feb. 20, the Controller of gf (the Hon. Mr. E. W. F. Gilman) have been forwarded to üb. £?cu-tion of restricting emigration India a

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untitled schools in the F.M.S. register o e sehoo's in r&kt, ?ix in Selangor, an and five in Pahang. Mr. O. E. Venables, k ristrnte, Yon? Sin, a J of charged by Mr. D. S. ma with Jtiihc rht bottles), duty on paid. She was fined

Correspondence. [ARTICLE]

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

III-Behaved Hire-Car Drivers. [ARTICLE]

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III-Behaved Hire-Car Drivers. (To th© Editor, "Malaya Tribune.") Sir, —It is high time the authorities concerned posted a policeman at the Rochore Road motor stand in view of the busy nature of that thoroughfare. The departures and arrivals of cars at the stand are more than can be counted. The

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SINGAPORE VOLUNTEERS. Programme of Drills up to and for March 10, 1929. To-day, Mar. 7. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, Eurasian Company, W. Training and'3ox Range. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, Bde. Sig. Section (Indian), Signal Training. 'ir nvrrr.w. Mar. 8. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, "A" (M.G.) Coy., Coy. Parade. 5.15 p.m.—Drill Hall, Ist Bn.

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HUNDRED AND ELEVENTH CROSSWORD PUZZLE. [The solution to this Crossword will be found on Page 7.] The following seventeen competitors correctly solved the above Crossword and share the First Prize by $47.05 each. Mr. Dan Lee, No. 2, MakePeace Road, Singapore. Mr. P. C. Phan. 1, North Boat Quay, Singapore.

F.M.S. Health Centres. [ARTICLE]

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F.M.S. Health Centres. CONFERENCE OF BOARD PRESIDENTS. Group Hospital Scheme. The following is an official summary of the conference of chairmen of Local Health j Boards in Selangor with officers of the Labour and Medical Departments, the Hon. the British Resident, Selangor, presiding, held at the office of the Administrator,

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A magnificent mosque is now be ng erected at Paya Rumput. 9V 2 miles f one, on the Malacca to Tampin Road by Inchc Mohammed EL Abdulrahman. J.P., in m.mory of his sister, Hadji Katidja. Garrison Orders publish the following extract from the "London Gazette": Charles Gordon -Jeavons (late Temp.

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Paya Lebar Provision Store, No. 1304, Upper Serargoon Bead, SINGAPORE. We cordially invite our customer? to call at the above Store where supplies of all lines of tin Provisions, fresh vegetables and frefh meats can be obtained. v BEST ATTENTION AND SERVICE. TENNIS BLUE DRILL SCREENS. MOHAMED BIN HOOSAINSAIi OFFICE:

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RUBBER COMPANY REPORTS. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER COMPANY REPORTS. An Investor's Suggestions. The following letter appears in the "Malay Mail: Sir,—Is it too much to hope that boards of directors, when publishing their reports for the past year's working will include in them the following information:— (1) Average acreage tapped during 1928. (2) Average acreage estimated

THE SHARE MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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THE SHARE MARKET. Rose Macphail's Report. Messrs. Rose Macphail and Co., Singapore, in their weekly report dated Mar. 2, state: Mining.—The London tin price is steady; spot is quoted at £220.10.0 and forward £222.0.0. The share market has been neglected and there are no special features of interest on which

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The cost of an average suite on the "Belgenland" for the round-the-world trip amounts to from $20,000 to $25,000 (gold), but the best suite costs $65,000, and was readily taken up for the present trip by a New York millionaire who is travelling with his wife, two sons and two

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PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE. Hajwd A. Kadir is no linger in om JSoT The Power of Attorney granted himby as is hereby cancelled. FBANKEL BROS. NOTICE. Notice is hereby Sfiven that we, the JSSmed Koh Hong Tew and Chua Kfcye Hing of Nos. 110, and 112, Cross Street Singapore, have this

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TO LET. TO LET —New bungalow, 12-A, Teluk Kurau Road. Apply 188, Cecil Street. TO LET—Raffles Chambers, Nos. 8, 20, »0, 41, 43 to 46. Apply to, The Secretary. Tha Garden Club. TO LET —Houses Nos. 1-5, 1-6 and 1-7, Lorong 7, East Coast Road. Each with 2 oedrooms. Water

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BANKS. THE HO HONG BANK, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE: 94, MARKET STREET. BRANCHES: Penang 85, Beach Street. Malacca 13!» Jonker Street. M uar No. 1, Jalan Sayang. Batu Pahat 109, Jalan Rahamat. Palembang J6, Jlir. Hong Kong 13, Queen's Road, Central. Seremban 63, Birch Road. Batavia 47, Corner Lloyd Street. Shanghai

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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 £8,000,000 Subscribed Capital £1,800,000 Paid-up Capital £1,050,000 Reserve Fund an-* Rest £1,584,846 HEAD OFFICE: 16, Grace Church Street, London, E.G. 8. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: J. If.

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INSURANCE. THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY. LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE TRANSIT MOTOR CAR INSURANCE ACCEPTED AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. L. C. MARGOLIOUTH, Manager Offlca. 2. Finlayson 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' $1,700,000

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X I ASSURANCE CORP O r ATi I LIMITED. 1 (Incorporated in the S.S I HEAD OFFICE: S,N GAPORI I 2nd Floor of No. 3. JJ* I Singapore. 1 'Phone Nos. 3046 and 4047. 1 BOARD OF DIRECTORS I See Teong Wah, Esq vk I Koh San Hin. Esq. I

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