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The Malaya Tribune Vol. XVI. No. 89 SINGAPORE, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1929 FIVE CENTS The Malaya Tribune Thursday, April 18, 1929.

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INDIAN NEWS AND NOTES. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN NEWS AND NOTES. A Plea for Party Government. (From lmiian Exchanges.) In proroguing the Madras Legislative Council on March 27, H. E. Lord Goschen, the Governor made an important speech suggesting the tstab ishment of i*arly Government in the Presidency. He said that ever since he assumed office in

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Yesterday a demons.ration was given in the Postal Engineer-in-Chief s Oiiice at Kuala Lumpur and Simultaneously at the General Post Office, Ipoh. of tne working of the new carrier telephony (or wired wireless) installation between huu:a Lumpur and Ipoh. The "Sarawak Gazette" r-cord* th» death recently cf Mrs. Ho Bong

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The Strategy of Singapore. [ARTICLE]

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The Strategy of Singapore. B y NICHOLAS ROOSEVELT. (Reprinted from "Foreign Vffairs," N.Y.) jten«r« re guards the western gateway n c ic. Situated at tne extreme ncr of Asia, wh re tha Malay Peninsula protudes I Indies, it is so favoured by that ships plying between Suez I. ii as

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Mrs. Cunningham, of Jasin Lallang estate, is .staging a comedy in aid of the funds of the Swimming Club, at the Malacca Club on Saturday, May 18. The Mala ca Club will also benefit to the extent of 10 per cent, of the proceeds. One often hears complaints of the

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MUSJID SULTAN FUND. [ARTICLE]

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MUSJID SULTAN FUND. 26th LIST. Previously acknowledged Collection from Shaikh Salim Mattar:—Hadjee Mohamed Hakim $188.56, Ahlol-khair $135.40 $323.96 Collection lrom tne Mas Abduikareem 350. Col ection from Hasan Hadjee Dawood:—Ahiol-Knair $32. Abdulhafeez bin Hadjee Dayang $10, Ismail bin Hadjee All. ecu $10, Mohamed Saeed bin Abdullah $5, Hadjee Sulaiman bin

MARKET PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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MARKET PRICES. Singapore, April 13. MEAT. Beef, steak (round) kati 50 Beef, stew or curry kati 45 Pork, lean kati 62 Pork lean and fat (Ist quality) kati 52 Mutton Indian lb. 65 Mutton Australian lb. 65 Fowl, kati 65 Hens (Locally reared) kati 70 Ducks, each 1.10 Pigeon, domestic,

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The engagement is announced of Miss ('hew Tek Keow, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chew Swee Heng, of Kuala Lumpur,, and Mr. Oh Khay Feang. son of Mr ard Mrs. Oh Chen? Keat, of Kampar.

BEWARE OF COLDS! [ARTICLE]

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BEWARE OF COLDS! Build Up Your System to Resist Them as This Sufferer in Amer ca Did had l nrfi 1 0 6 80 bad] y that 1 to another and ™™ed unpossible to build up my system «?av< fmti;io^ ford Conn Ea <* cold lasted one rlin?F r T

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GAIETY CINEMA Junction Albert and Eancoolen Street*. FROM FRIDAY. APRIL 12 TO THURSDAY, APRIL 18. AT 9 P. M. BEBE DANIELS (with Warner Baxter Ford Sterling) In the biggest, fastest, funniest society comedy drama she has ever had. Gowns, Jazz, Love, Fun. "Miss Brewster's Millions." The Paramount Picture of Gorgeoua

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SURINA theatre North Bridge Road. 'Phon* N». FROM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 TO TtESD APRIL IS. AT 9 P.M. SHARP. New Comedy. Funnier than ever 1 GLENN TRYON In his newest and beM "HOT HERS." Mile-a-minute comedy un a Romance under a tro; i HOT LOVE! HOT v ALL HOT! ALL

HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. Shlps Al «nffside the Wharves. I* ftk Singapore, April 18. N /Kntr.nce fc*« n Ku, nd Rajula-Tjcrimai 20. C,te 3). M F Helena 13; Pembrokeshire (5 p.m. shift to 52) 8; r;,nre Cat* 3 V Kdavana 33; Hosang 37; Pi 'Kntrance Gate 4). V v harf ,i 1

Alleged Abduction. [ARTICLE]

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Alleged Abduction. STRAITS-BORN CHINESE IN TROUBLE. I Young Girl s Story. rJnl CaSe m ich the two Straits-born KeSr T„ a named Keng Guan and N Cha F ed Wlth <D abduction (2) itt^l? 1 Ch confinement, W attempted extortion, and (3) imper* fo Ch lt f C Uit Alls

SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. The "Lueneburg" is expected from .Batavia to-morrow moraine The "Seistan" is due on Saturday from Hong Kong with passengers. The Ho Hong liner, "Hong Peng" is due on from Swatow, which port she left on the 16th inst. The "Lok Sun" is expected to-morrow l° n \n H

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The Tamil New Year was celebrated on Sunday in the spacious and tastefully decorated grounds of the Malacca Indian Club. There was a large attendance. After refreshments had been served a bevy of girls in national costume sang one of Tagore's famous national songs, and members of the Club staged

FINANCE & COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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FINANCE COMMERCE. PRODUCE. Singaprre, April 18. Old Siam Rica No. 1 per Koyan 8840 I e•• Old Siam Rice 2 n 1320 White Pepper UyCTI len Old Siam Rice 3 ?306 Muntok White Pepper Old Siam Rice 4 $801 Johore Black rfl? lUy u0 New Siam Rice No. 1 per

RUBBER MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER MARKET. Chamber of Commerce R. A. Report. t» Tt G Singapore Chamber of Commerce rubber Association in thtir weekly report dated April 17, stats: Catalogued 1,040,193 1b.=732*22 tons Offered 1,239,646 1b.=553.41 tons. Sold 1,081,747 1b.=482.92 tons. London, spot 10 7/16 d. New York spot 20% cents. PRICES REALIZED. Ribbed

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. Dean's Union Opera. Dean's Union Opera, now performing at the Theatre Royal, North Bridge Road, played to a crowded house last night when a very interesting Hindustani story, "Fatteh Jung," by Mr. A. Manan, was staged. The play is being repeated to-night, by special request. Tuan Syed Noan

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The rate of issue of Money Orders for India and Ceylon to-day is Rs. 163 equal to $160. The rate of payment of Money Orders from India and Ceylon is Rs. 156 equal to $100.

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that all roads within the Government House Domain will be closed to the public from sunset Friday, 19 to sunset Sunday, April 21, 1929. A. ROGERS, A.M.1.C.E., Acting Deputy Colonial Engineer, Singapore. Trevor Authentic Weight-Lifting Instrution Charts with photos showing various lift 3

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED—lmmediately a Mathematics graduate to teach Junior Cambridge and Hignrr Glasses. Please apply to thPrincipal, The Collie (f Commerce, 74-5 Bras Basah Road. Singapore Marine Insurance Association. Fire Insurance Association of Singapore. Motor Insuracce Association of Malaya. The Offices of members of the above Associations will be closed

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SINGAPORE DIARY. To-day, April 18. j, Ti-I. 4.10 a.m., 7.51 p.m. ?*tball S.C.F.A. "B" v. 1.C.F.A., Vt' F A. ground. tins: re 2nd and 3rd football j s p.m. To-aorrw, April 19. v Tides 6.11 a.m., 8.46 p.m. s£Lf S.C.C. v. S.R.C, S.R.C. g (Div. I), S.C.F.A. v. Malays, Stadium.

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. (By courtesy of the Government Health Office.) KANDANG KERBAU STATION. For the 24 hours ending midnight, April 17. dee. Maximum shade temperature 89.7 F. Minimum shade temperature 75 F. Mean shade temperature 81.0 F. Maximum sun radiation 160 f! Minimum grass radiation 71.7 F. Sea temperature (maximum) F.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. [OBITUARY]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. Births, Marriages and Deaths. MARRIAGE. CULLEN-GILL.—On Wednesday, April 17. 11>29, at Singapore, Garrett Cullen t j Constance Gill, only daughter of the late Mr. C. J. Gill and Mrs. Gill "Moylena" Camberwell, Melbourne.

SILVER WEDDING. [OBITUARY]

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SILVER WEDDING. DE SOUZA-WHITE.—At the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, on Tuesday, April 19, 1904, the Reverend Father H. Riwc officiating, Lambert Philamon de Souza with Honora Josephine White. Reception at 210-4, Queen Street, at 0..'*0 p.m. to-morrow, Friday, i9th inst No Invitations.

A VOTE-SNATCHING BUDGET. [ARTICLE]

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A VOTE-SNATCHING BUDGET. Mr. Churchill has devised what even the Conservatives frankly describe as an electioneering Budget. He has made a bid for working men's votes by cancelling the betting tax, and for working women's votes by abolishing the duty on tea. Being afflicted with an ineradicable cynicism where politicians

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The Polite have retrieved $8,000 in cash from the debris of the house in Treacher Street, Ipoh, which was burned down iasi Thursday evening. The College of Commerce is eloa «1 to-day in memory of Mr. J. M. Sloan, author of Sloan-Duployan shorthand, whose death was announced yesterday. The interesting

King's Son Arrives. [ARTICLE]

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King 's Son Arrives. RECEIVED BY GOVERN AT PENANG. A Message About the King (From Our Own < i m.) 'Knar- A r, r il 1a H. R. H. the Duke of Gl ster a punctually. He was receivi c H Clifford and the Reside n; I ■*oc 11 lor

THE DUKE'S VISIT. [ARTICLE]

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THE DUKE'S VISIT. The Fireworks Disnlay. The fireworks display hv the Janan community on Saturday about 10 connection with the visit of H s pj V al H ness, the Duke of Gloucester wHl' u place at the Rrffies Reclamation VrS and not at the Race Course as oririJ 1

"THE MAN WHO LAUGHS." [ARTICLE]

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"THE MAN WHO LAUGHS." A Remarkable Picture. The atmosphere of Englai d in the ITU century, with its pomp and poverty, a cruelties and gallantries, as i ord i it historic novels, lends itself admirably te film reproduction. It was a Pi Victor Hugo, who Lest described tfcl atmosphere, in

MAILS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED. due From Indo-China I Singapore at 10 a.m. From Europe, (I Mar. 28) by "Morea,' 10 a.m. to-day. From Holland I Singapore this aftern i From China by Singapore to-morrow.

TIN AND RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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TIN AND RUBBER. Latest Quotations. RUBBER I rnd< n:—lo%d. New York:—2l cents Singapore:—35 1 TIN London:—Spot £2 »7 3 months, buyers sellers £208 (up Singapore:—slo3.o2 I J

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I DINNER SERVICES OF I DISTINCTION. I C c Your inspection of our nev stock of these services is invited. g We have these in a variety of pleasing aad out of the ordinary p. decorations. |j An €iaraplo of one of the designs in 1 semi-porcelain. ffi I Half

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STANLEY'S Rustless Drawing INSTRUMENTS LN 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 them they will yet preserve their

DEBATE ON THE BUDGET. [ARTICLE]

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DEBATE ON THE BUDGET. Labour s Policy. IR now DEN DEFENDS HIS OUTBURST. So Utpudiation of Debt Settlements. h Official Wireless.] j Rugby, April 17. of the debate on the Budget Worthington-Evans replied to yesterday by Mr. Snowden, the ;i i cellor of the Exchequ r in uiw Government, upon

U. S. Congress. [ARTICLE]

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U. S. Congress. FEDERAL BOARD ROUNDLY CONDEMNED. Right to Restrict Credit Challenged. Reuter's Service. Washington, April 18. Arising out of the Federal Reserve Board's decisions in relation to the Stock market, Mr. Reid (Illinois) introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives demanding a widespread investigation of rthe Board's activities

GERMANY'S PROPOSAL. [ARTICLE]

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GERMANY'S PROPOSAL. Thirty-Seven Reparations Annuities. Reuter's Service. Pari< April 17. M. Schacht presented counter proposals for the Reparations Committee, which will be discussing to-morrow the figures in secret bu* it is understood that the creditors have proposed 58 annuities of 22 hundred million goldmarks, whereas M. Schacht suggests 37 of

FLOGGING SUSPENDED. [ARTICLE]

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FLOGGING SUSPENDED. White Farmer's Appeal. Reuter's Service. Pretoria, April 17. The flogging penalty in the« case of Nfcfte has again teen suspended. An official application was granted in the Supreme Court to defer the lashing until this evening to enable application to bj made; to Mr. Juslice Sobmon to review

CONSCRIPT LABOUR. [ARTICLE]

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CONSCRIPT LABOUR. Yugo-Slav Decree. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Belgrade, April 17. The Yugo-Slav Government is reported to be preparing a decree providing for one week's compulsory labour' of all males, including foreigners, between 21 and 51 years of age. The labour conscripts will be employed in repairing and extending the country's

General Confusion. [ARTICLE]

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General Confusion. ADJOURNMENT OF ARMS CONFERENCE. Attempt to Shelve Soviet Proposals. Reuter's Service. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Geneva, April 18. The Disarmament Conference yesterday discussed the Russian proposals. The Japanese delegate, Mr. Sato, opposing them as a basis for discussion, submitted that disarmament should be undertaken by each nation individually. The

AFGHAN BATTLE. [ARTICLE]

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AFGHAN BATTLE. Kabul Hospitals Crowded. Reuter's Service. Calcutta, April 17. Heavy fighting is reported at Shaikabad, 40 miles from Kabul, between the followers of Amanullah and the followers of Bach i Sakkao. I'nere are heavy casualties and Kabul hospitals are crowded with wounded. AMANULLAH ADVANCES. Moscow, April 18. A message

FALL OVER CLIFFS. [ARTICLE]

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FALL OVER CLIFFS. British Major General Killed. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, April 17. Major General Sir William Birkbeck, Director of Remounts at the Army Headquarters from 1912 to 1925 has been killed at Saint Briac near Dina'd. He lost his footing on top of the cliffs and fell over 100

P. & O. DIVIDENDS. [ARTICLE]

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P. O. DIVIDENDS. Reuter's Service. London, April 17. The P. ar.d O. have declared an interim dividend of 3 1/3 on ordirary shares and en. deferred shares 5 per cent tax free.

To-day's Features. [ARTICLE]

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

VACCINATION ORDER SUSPENDED. [ARTICLE]

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VACCINATION ORDER SUSPENDED. No Epidemic. SMALLPOX OUTBREAK CONTROLLED. Effective British Note to France. Reuter's Service. London, April, 17. There are now 202 cases of smallpox in London and also eleven "suspects" under observation. No further victims from the "Tuscania" are notified. The number of cases from this steamer remains twelve.

SHANGHAI ELECTRIC. [ARTICLE]

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SHANGHAI ELECTRIC. Biggest Cash Deal in East? Reuter's Service. Shanghai, April 17. What is believed to be one of the biggest, if not the biggest, cash deals .ver mad" east of Suez, was completed to-day by the ratepayers of the Shanghai international settlement agreeing to accept th. offer of the

"BOLSHIES" NOT WANTED. [ARTICLE]

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"BOLSHIES" NOT WANTED. Trotsky To«> Red for Norway. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Berne, April 17. Swiss authorities have refused to extend a visa to the Russian commercial delegate, Kessler, because the latter declined to give assurances to abstain from political activities during his stay in Switzerland, which stay was to be

RAIL CRASH IN FRANCE. [ARTICLE]

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RAIL CRASH IN FRANCE. Driver of Express Arrested. Reuter's Service. Hals, Brabant, April 17. Hitherto seven persons are known to be der.d and a number in ured as the result <>f a collision betwe n an express from Paris and a goods train. Later. It is now established that" eight

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Sports & Pastimes. ENGLISH LEAGUE. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Pastimes. ENGLISH LEAGUE. Yesterday's Results. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. Reuter's Service. London, April 17. The following are the results of Englist and Scottish League games played here to-day:— ENGLISH LEAGUE—Div. I. Liverpool 0, Portsmouth 0. Bolton Yv 3, Villa 1. ENGLISH LEAGUE—Div. II. Chelsea 2, West Bromwich 5. ENGLISH LEAGUE—Div. JII.

SINGAPORE LEAGUE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE LEAGUE. S.U.C. Defeat the IndoCeyloiiese. At the Stadium yesterday afternoon, in a Division League match, the S.R.C dei'eateu th lndo-('oyloness? by 3—nil. The winn rs were undoubtedly the better team, but it was a rather scrappy disp ay, both sides displaying poor combination. HAY opened the scoiv for the

Singapore League Fixtures. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore League Fixtures. TO-DAY, APRIL 18. Division 11. .SC.F.A. "B" v. I.C.F.A. 11, S.C.F.A. ground. TO-MORROW, APRIL 19. Division I. S.C.F.A. v. Malays, Stadium. S.C.F.A.: Ah Kow; Yeow Soon and Yee Cheok Wah; Boon Lay, Chee Lim and Ah Hooi Kwang Hung, Chan Hee, Yong Liang, Boon Lin and MunFun.

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

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M.C.F.A. v. S.F.A. Sunday s Game at the Stadium. The Ma l yan Chinese F. A. will meet an S.F.A. side at the Stadium on Sunday, April 21. On the last occasion when these two sides met, the S.F.A. team were without the aio of the Maiay players on account

r>I.R.A. Beat C.F.A. [ARTICLE]

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r>I.R.A. Beat C.F.A. On Monday, on the Kubu Padang, ths Malacca Chinese F.A. played the Malacca Recreation Association. A fr.e scoring game ended in a victory for the M. R A. by 6 goals, to 4. In the first half E. Pinto opened the scoring from a pass by Lecn.

G.P.O. Beat Moine Comte's. [ARTICLE]

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G.P.O. Beat Moine Comte's. The match between the G.P.O. and Moine Cqfcta s yesterday on the S.C.F.A. ground ended in a ynr w>r Che former by thrco go'rts to Onte.

HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE. [ARTICLE]

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HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE. Dempsey to Defend it Against German? BOXING. Reuter's Service. New York, April 17. nrlEc to j£!P S f! f Americ n newspapers n fv aCk Dem P se y will re-enter the »eghlV &ln 10 win the rld s h™ythJfao^ih^ iS a PP are »tly based off actii

S.C.C. Tournament. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. Tournament. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. LAWN TENNIS. The fo'lowing are the results of yesterday s tie, in the S.C.C. Lawn Tennis Tournament Profession Pairs. a "L Warm« beat N. Bradbury and E. 11. ii. Dowerm: :n 6—l, fy—2 A. D Anciji ,on and N. S. Wise v. Rev Aitken and Col.

S.C.C. TOURNAMENT. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. TOURNAMENT. Result di "A" Class Final. billiards. W. W. Speid, starting at scratch, beat H. J. Frewin, who had to make up a handicap of 175, by 110 pts. in the final of the "A" Class Tournament at the Cricket C lub yesterday evening. The figures show that the

UB" Class Final. [ARTICLE]

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U B" Class Final. The "B" Class final between Bradbury and Day-Dewdney will be played off tomorrow (Friday) at 6.30 p.m.

WILLIE SMITH'S VISIT. [ARTICLE]

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WILLIE SMITH'S VISIT. As previously announced, the famous professional champion, Willie Smith, is visiting Singapore soon. It has been arranged that he will play an exhibition game at the S.C.C. on Monday, April 29.

AUSSIES' VISIT OFF? [ARTICLE]

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AUSSIES' VISIT OFF? S ngapore Blamed. CRICKET. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipon, April 17. It is learned here that the guarantee necessary for the Australian visit was practically subscribed by Seiangor, Perak, Negri Sembilan and Penang, where clubs and individuals readily came forward, thereby ensuring a sum of $11,000 towards

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

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J.C.S.A. v. S.C.R.C. The J.C.S.A. will meet the S.C.R.C. on Saturday on the J.C.S.A. ground. The following will represent the J.C.S.A.: Woon Chow Tat (capt.), Mosbergen, Sequerah, Mohamed Shariff, Rt Lamit, Paramsothy, Kennedy, Abdul Hamid, Sundram, Ramapillai, Scow Soon Jin. Reserves:—Sedik, Yahya, Kong Hin. Ponnuthurai and Awi. Scorer:—Pereira.

CAMPBELL'S ATTEMPT. [ARTICLE]

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CAMPBELL'S ATTEMPT. The "Stage" all Set. MOTOR RACING. Reuter's Service. Capetown, April 17. Capt. Malcolm Campbell has left for Vemeuk Pan very confident of success ami impatient to get his attempt on the land speed record finished. [Campbell left for South Africa with hi« specially built racing car the "Blue

S.G.C. FOURSOMES. [ARTICLE]

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S.G.C. FOURSOMES. England v. Rest. GOLF Foursoiee matches between England and The Re-t will be played at Bukit Timah on Sunday next—the result will be decided by holes.

Race Course Monthly Medal. [ARTICLE]

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Race Course Monthly Medal. The following cards were returned for the April monthly medal played at the Race Course over the week-end:— C. A. R. Bateman 83 11 72 H. L. H. Lim 79 5 74 G. Haridas 83 6 77 Poh Kirn Yong 91 14 77 Wee Kah Kiat

R.B.P. Champianshib. [ARTICLE]

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R.B.P. Champianshib. BADMINTON. The results of th. first round ties in the singles championship tournament of the Rovers' Badminton Party, played on Sunday, are as follows:— Quan Siew Chye beat Chew Kirn Tian, 13—13, s—o, 15—4. Tan Eng Sin beat Tan Eng Tee, 15—9. 7—15. 15—3. Ang Eng Kirn beat

Horlicks B.P. v. Lourdes B.P. [ARTICLE]

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Horlicks B.P. v. Lourdes B.P. A match of three singles and two double" will be played on the Lourdes' court at Ophir Road to-morrow. The following will represent the Holicks B.P.:— Singles—Khoo Eng Kong, E. Chen,' Leong, Gan Hock Hoe. Doubles.—Yeo Koon Yam and Tan Soo Chye, Gan Hock Kee

H. M. THE KING. [ARTICLE]

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H. M. THE KING. Going Out Every Day. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, April 17. The King passed a good day. H s Majesty spent the whole morning sitting and walking in the grounds of Craigweil House and thj Queen accompanied the King when he walked thiough the grounds. The King

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Mr. M. Henry, manager of Messrs. Storch Bros., Ltd., Ipoh, will be leaving Singapore by the "Porthos" to-day for Paris and London. He will be away for about eight months.

Sports Notes. [ARTICLE]

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Sports Notes. A WEEKLY COMMENTARY.' I (Special to the "Malaya Tribune,*') The Sports Editor has received a long letter from Sammy Chapman, the weliknown manager-trainer of boxers, in which he expresses a desire to get in touch with any local promoter with a view to bringine two or more of

MANY CARS DESTROYED. [ARTICLE]

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MANY CARS DESTROYED. Big Blaze in Kuala Lumpur. Further information about one of the biggest and most destructive fir?s which has occurred recently in Kua'a Lumpur— at the premises of the Cycle I nd Carriage Co.—appears in yesterday's "Malay Mail." Damage, it is said, to the of nearly half a

DROWNING FATALITY. [ARTICLE]

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DROWNING FATALITY. Rescuer Gets Into Difficulties. The sequal to a drowning fatality that recently occurred on the Pasir Panjamr sea snore was heard in ths Cor.ner's Court this morning when the inquiry into the death of SSs irl ed A witness living in the same house as he deceased said

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Mr. J. D. Hall is returning to Malaya by the "Delta," due at Singapore on May 4

Control of Tsinan. [ARTICLE]

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Control of Tsinan. CHINA URGED T() ft* HER PLEDGE Hankow and Nankin* Q Uest Settled. [Japancsn Newa T«>' The Foreign Office, in v Tl that the dune* .uthorii over the control of Tsi duled period, has inst \oshizawa to puss Chii M •> the necessary nuasur,-- misc. It is announced

SIR AUSTEN EXPLAINS. [ARTICLE]

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SIR AUSTEN EXPLAINS. The Talk With Hfirnrofal [British Official Wireless.) Rugby. April li. tL Sir tr Austen Chamberlain was ukti the Hous of Commcns to give the stance of his conversations w h Mussolini at Florence. He said: decided, for personal reasons to ml Banter week at Florenc. I asked

SAILOR'S FORGETFULNESS [ARTICLE]

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SAILOR'S FORGETFULNESS A Change of Trousers. An American bailor employed President Monroe" war tl conn in the Fourth Court yesterday before Mr Findlay, when a Chinese tailor mv Iwfrf with criminal breach of trust. In his evidence the sailor said 1 bought a pair of trousers from the accused when

GAOL AND ROTAN FOR ARMED MEN. [ARTICLE]

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GAOL AND ROTAN FOR ARMED MEN. Sentence cf 18 months r i of the rotan was passed Judge (Mr. C. H. G. on each of three h victed for possession of daggers. The accused I from a car opposite a district when the Police, cipated their arrival. search revraled the

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Mr. and Mrs. C. G. untitled holiday at Bukit Fraser, ha' Malacca. Mr. IL D Mod> v merchant, is leaving Mala en route for South Air: businesses in Durban an Mr. W. W. Demony. an old ho has been in indiffn* ni 0 time, is for Hem*.- th vil "Naldera."

MOTORING TO LONDON. [ARTICLE]

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MOTORING TO LONDON. 467 Miles C overed from s;^ap ore ...bv, who set out from Ir M December to motor to UcxandretU, a distance Singapore, on March heavy snowfall," he writes let Co., and also the bad state of the roads our progress has w we have to wait ,1

OBITUARY. [ARTICLE]

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OBITUARY. s; \f r n Unionist Leader. Reuter's Service. Capetown, April K. Tht is announced of Sir Thomas t; R' Hon. Sir Thomas William Smartt K.C31.G. in 1911; he was fo Agriculture, Union of South r /r m 1921 to 1924, was a CommisT '<f 1* 'ic Works in Cape

CEYLON TAMILS' NEW YEAR. [ARTICLE]

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CEYLON TAMILS' NEW YEAR. rs of the Ceylon Tamil com- nfganture celebrated the' >n w aturday, at the Association's The programme of variety enincluded a dramatic play angi" by the members. Leadi of the community were pre■L Th pi rcipal event of the evening g of the portrait of the

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. 'riicial Wireless.] London, Ann'l 17. 12 t 275 4.85 13/16 34.95 25 t% m 12 085 92 705 29. 1 7 18.165 ren 18 21 18.20 34 56 HM n< isinerfora 193 32.805 108H 375 5 818 5 5 57/04 Mres 47 516 Is 5 29/32.1 2s 6d J

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SINGAPORE VOLUNTEERS. Programme of Drills up to and for week ndin? April 21. iv. April 18. 5.13 p.m.—Drill Hall, Bde. Sig. Section 'I' S i tion Parade. row. April 19. Drill Hall, Ist Bn. Sig. Section, Lecture. 5.15 p.m.-Drill Hall, S. V. F. A., Company Parade. Drill Hall, "D" Eurasian

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HUNDRED AND SIXTEENTH CROSSWORD PUZZLE. [The solution to this Crossword will be found on Page 7.] The following five competitors correctly solved the above Crossword and share the First Prize by $160 each. Mr. P. C. Phan, 1 North Boat Quay. Singapore. Mr. S. E. Khee, c/o H. Oild, Union

Correspondence. [ARTICLE]

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Correspondence. fOur readers axe invited to write to lis on subjects of public interest. It must be understood that the "Malaya Tribune" dots not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspondents. Letters should be as brief as possible, and preferably typewritten. Pen-names may be used, but tnt names and addi esses

“That Million—and How to Feed Them.” [ARTICLE]

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“That Million—and How to Feed Them.” (To the Ediior, "Malaya Tribune.") Sir, There appear to me to be several considerat ons of great importance underlying: the problem of unemployment. In the l«rst place it should be realised irn.t unemployment, while dangerous to th. community as a wnole, is an advantage

Muslim Students’ Aid Society. [ARTICLE]

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Muslim Students’ Aid Society. (To the Editor, "Malaya Tribune.") re Piy to the enquiry about the above Society through your correspondence columns, I have much pleasure in sending you th_ committee's reports, together with theistatements of accounts, for publication. uT- m Students' Aid Society was established in 1926. Jts objects

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The engagement is announced between Philip Sydney Lain*, of Singapore and Ch°e r il EVe /r S 1^ 0311 6 Street' Chelsea, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J Grant Mcintosh, of Port of Spain, Trinidad,'

Cameron's Highlands. [ARTICLE]

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Cameron's Highlands. Progress of the Work. NOT YET TIME TO ALLOT SITES. The following memorandum is officially communicated to the Press by the Cameron's Highlands Development Committee for publication: The contract for the construction of the main road was entered into with Messrs, Fogden, Brisbane and Co., on Dec. 30,

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m Amusements, a TO-NIGHT! THURSDAY, APRIL 18. TO-NIGHT! jjj X BY SPECIAL REQUEST. S I DEAN'S UNION OPERA I WILL REPEAT H g that interesting Hindustani Play 1 "FATTEH JUNG." 1 il Under the direction of Mr. A. Manan. S I THE THEATRE ROYAL I j North Bridge Road. L>

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MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF Seventeen Milch Cows, Calves and Bullocks. To be held at No. 175. Pasir Panjang Road (7 milestone). ON MONDAY. APRIL 22, AT 11 A.M. Now on view. CHEONG KOON SENG CO., Singapore. April 16, 1929. Auctionee rs GALVANIZED WIRE NETTING FOR TENNIS COURTS. «OHAMED BIN HOOSAINSAH OFFICE:

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THE S.S. POLICE BAND 4 3 WILL PLAY AT I BOTANICAL GARDENS AT 9 P.M. ON SDN APtll m I KATONG PAm AT 9 P.M. ON TOES, APWIa 1 H ===========2^ I if, SELEGIE ROAD, SINGAPORE. j !HAVE JUST RECEIVED LADIES' Models, Ready-to-wear and Semi-trimmed Hals TEO HOO LYE INSTITUTION

New Industries for Malaya. [ARTICLE]

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New Industries for Malaya. MR. DUNMAN'S SUGGESTIONS. Commendation from Ipoh. A recent issue of the very readable 'Ma aya Tribune" of Singapore contained a most ir.teres Ling article by Mr. W. Dunman. Singapore's wonderful veteran, on Malaya's unexploited resources and (says the "Times of Malaya) we propose to-day to go

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It is reported that Professor W. J. Hinton, M.A., of Hong Kong University, has been offered, and has accepted, an appointment in London. He will be leaving Hong Kong in a few weeks. Professor Hinton has been on the staff of the Ut.iversity since the opening of the first session

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NOTICES. MUNICIPALITY OF SINGAPORE. Notice is hereby given that the following Departments will be removing into the New Municipal Offices on the undermentioned dates:— Municipal Assessor) Municipal Engineer) Monday, April 22 Water Engineer) Town-Cleansing) Tuesday, April 23. Building Surveyor) Improvement Trust) Wednes., April 24. Electrical Engineer) Health Officer) Thurs., April

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FOR SALE. LIQUIDATION SALE of watches, clocks etc., a: B. Emmanuel, 23, Raffles Chambers (ground floor). From March 25 to April 27. Every article at cost price. TO LET. TO LET—Raffles Chambers, Nos. 8, 20 40 41, 43 to 45. Apply to, The Secretary The Garden Club. TO LET—Newly built

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BANKS. THE HO HONG BANK, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE: 94, MARKET STREET. BRANCHES: fenais 85, Beach Street. Malacca 131, Jonker Street. J? uar r, No- L Jalan Sayan*. Batu Pahat 109, Jalan Rahamat. Palembang 16 nir< Hong Kong 13, Queen's Road, Central. Seremban 63> Birch Road< Batavia 47, Corner Lloyd Street.

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BANKS. THE MERCANTILE BANK OF INDIA, LIMITED. (Registered in London, undir tb« C-» panics Acts of 1862 to 1890, on 2nd December. 1892 *****Mmi capital «3 000,000 Subscribed Capital fi.Roo.OOO Paid-up r«p,tal f..onr\mn Reserve Fund and Rest £1,612,046 HEAD OFFICE: 15, Grace Church Stre-t. London, E.C. 8. BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

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INBUK ANajH ASSURANCE LIMITED (Incorporated in the HEAD OFFICE SlMfij 2nd Floor of No. S J" AP «U Bog., re Pbone «046 an j 4((4: BOARD OF Dnci rrn. See Teong Wah, Ong Soon Tee.—V Koh S Hin, E,- a:^ W Vow Ngan Par, Dr. Q S^° n f ir

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s^s= p 0. BRITISH INDIA APCAR LINES ir. England.) •r pASSENGBR CARGO SERVICES. ND ORIENTAL STEAM LONDON AND P>Jg A KS MAIL SERVICE. rwrad with His Majesty's tinder (i()xern ment.) OLTN v tRDS from LONDON p 0( China Japan Due Tonnage Singapore 11,000 Apr 20 7,600 May 2 IP* 8,100

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STEAMER SAILINGS STRAITS STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. LOCAL SAILINGS FROM SINGAPORE. PFNANG (direct express service—19»/ 2 hours). Thursday 11.30 a.m. "KEDAH" BELAWAN (via Penang) Thursday 11.30 am. "KEDAH" A special Motor Bus for Brastagi connects with ss. Kedah at Belawan on Saturdays. Tickets for this bus can be purchased on board

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