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The Malaya Tribune Vol. XVI.- No. 155 SINGAPORE, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1929 FIVE CENTS. The Malaya Tribune Singapore: Thursday, July 4, ttt».

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Correspondence. [ARTICLE]

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Correspondence. (Our reauiia are invited to write to v. jn out/jecib vi public interest, it must be understood that tne "Malaya Tribune does not necessarily endorse opinions expresseo by coi respondents. Letters shouiu be as brief as possible, preferably type-written (double, spacing, and on one s.ue 01 the paper »oniy.

"Is Evolution a Myth?" [ARTICLE]

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"Is Evolution a Myth?" (To the Editor, "Malaya Tribune-") Sir, —I have watched the correspondence on the above subject with lively interest and am of opinion that the Evolutionists are not helping their cause by engaging themselves in controversy with the Fundamentalists on the basis of facts proved by science.

Chinese Marriages. [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Marriages. (To the Editor, Malaya Tribune.*') Sir, —Mr. S. Y. Cheong should he congratulate on his contribu ion on the above subject in your Saturday's issue. I would like to state that as one cannot expect presents, etc., from friends and relations, under the reformed style of marriage, the

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they're mild, cool and j do not affect my throat. 99 The ONL YCigarettes Made Specially to Prevent Sore Throats MADE IN LONDON Sole Agents:- HUTTENBACH LAZARUS Sons. Ltd. Singapore. Penang, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur. i j Death! 1 ™J*|- vef r our very person! Destroy these winged po«. 1! N*?"

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SIMPLE BACKACHE IS OFTEN DANGEROUS Short, sharp stabhinir pains in the ]~o\when you rise from bed, real i- r straighten the body a ter stopping, are sure signs ol ki trouble. The quickest means of hai t ing chronic Backache, Lumbago, S< or Rhea mat ie Pains, is a short

The New Empire. [ARTICLE]

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The New Empire. VALUE OF MALAYAN TRADE. The Promise of Science. Writes Mr. Walter Elliot, D.Cc, in the Times": The lively interest of the Home Country in the Colonial Empire vi not merely altruistic or experimental. It is also a matter of pay sheets and orderbooks, of factories and workshops—literally,

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Indian News and Notes. THE VICEREGAL AMBASSADOR. [ARTICLE]

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Indian News and Notes. THE VICEREGAL AMBASSADOR. Simon Commission "No Law Givers on the Mjunt." The recent speech of the Viceroy at the Chelmsford Club dinner on the eve of his dep. rture for Home, a short cxtract from which was given in a Reutcr message, must have inspired even

SWEEP-TICKET FINANCE. [ARTICLE]

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SWEEP-TICKET FINANCE. Why Selling a Share is Bad Business. Acting on the sound principle that a bird in hand is worth two in the Oush, BBOSt of the drawers of favourites in the big Derby sweeps (says "Truth") dispose of parts of their tickets for cash down. A correspondent thinks

BEHIND HER BACK. [ARTICLE]

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BEHIND HER BACK. Friends say Frankly Isn't Doris Skinny I Doris knows she is thin and has nearly worried herself to death wondering what to do about it. She has tried almost everything in the hope of getting fatter— rich foods, medicines and so on, but nothing does her any

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DIABETES LEPROSY, CONSUMPTION, V.D. GUARANTEED TO CURE. Apply Specialist, e/o Malaya Tribune

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(i Jovial Health at ?8 Ijitf Hunter I %i>ax x"i:eJ iriUi a gerere <- gastrir trouble*. Sly uurxe broitqlit a Inr-i-Krugchen Salt*. Ii cleared ntmnarhir cr..--- i up crtnstipatioh frrmi irfiirh I greatly *uj<cleared mvcay the deprexrion thai affected v frcl torial health, mvl <irn free < J i,cfi>x t'ni'

MEETING OF INDIAN PRINCES. [ARTICLE]

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MEETING OF INDIAN PRINCES. Conference on Butler Report. Bombay, June 24. Sixty Indian States, large and small, including Mysore and Baroda, represented by the princes or accredited ministers, are meeting in conference to-morrow under the presidency of the Maharaja of Bikaner to consider the Butler Report. For the last two

A JAW REPLACED. [ARTICLE]

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A JAW REPLACED. Marvellous Surgery. London, June 12. After forty-four operations, the Canadian, Major James Gillies, who had his whole lower jaw blown away at ambrai in 191 K. left for Canada with his jaw replaced Major Gillies, who is the last member of th? Canadian Expeditionary Force to return

MARKET PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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MARKET PRICES. Singapore, June 29. MEAT. Beef, steak (round) kati 60 Beef, stew or curry kati 45 Pork, lean kati 64 Pork lean and fat (Ist quality) kati 55 Mutton Indian lb. 55 Mutton Australian lb. 55 Fowl, kati 63 Hens (Locally reared) kati 74 Ducks, each 1.08 Pigeons, domestic,

Have You Tried This Tonic Treatment For Your Back-Pains? [ARTICLE]

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Have You Tried This Tonic Treatment For Your Back-Pains? When the nervous system gets run-down one of the commonest manifestations of the nervous debility which results is an aching back. When the blood is impoverished it not infrequently happens that thf back muscles become afflicted with those rheumatic pains known

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PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. [ARTICLE]

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PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. Government Report Shows Decrease in Trade. FEWER MURDEbTcOMMITTED. Unexpected Increase in Financial Surplus. An unexpected increase in the financia surplus is shown in the Annual Report co the Colcriy which was laid on the table at Wednesday's meeting of the Legislative Council. Suppression cf lawlessness was

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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I see that the F.M.S. Railways ready arc movine along «nd we are now inn. •hat the line between hf-lnotan and Sings pore will he linked up in about 2'a years, av« a wrikr In the Slsm Observer. But promises of this nort bora been rmoh I» h twice before

U. S. CRUISER CONTRACTS. [ARTICLE]

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U. S. CRUISER CONTRACTS. Reuter's Service. Washington, July 3. The Navy Secretary U'.s tr;at cor tia.ts or the contraction of thiv new light truisers ha c been awardod, to Luilt at New York, Camden md hi.'ad-i--f hi.n. Tci-.de s for he construction of next fiv:- will not be asked for

KING FUAD. [ARTICLE]

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KING FUAD. Welcomed by the Swiss. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Berlin, July 3. A deputation of the Federal Council welcomed King Fuad on arriving here from Prague in a special train pia ed at hit: disposal ty the Swiss Railway Administer. ticn. The Egyptian King leaves for Geneva on Friday, irkars

CHICAGO TO BERLIN. [ARTICLE]

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CHICAGO TO BERLIN. Latest Atlantic Flight. Reuter's Service. Chicago. Jul> 3. The bier Amphibian 'plan? 'The Untin Bowler" took off at Lake Michigan for Berlin via Gr at Whale, Greenland and Norway, piloted by Robert Gast ?nd Parker Cramer and carrying a journalist. Robert Wood, as a passenger.

CAMOUFLAGED PARTNERS. [ARTICLE]

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CAMOUFLAGED PARTNERS. Judge's Comments on Chinese Prictice. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Penang. July 3. Holding that, on the hypothesis before him. the adjudication of Tan Re Kor as a bankrupt as a partner in the firm of Leong Cheong ar.d Co. was well-founded and th? issue of fact for testing

GRAMOPHONES STOLEN. [ARTICLE]

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GRAMOPHONES STOLEN. F'alice Capture Thieves in Penang. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Penang, July 3. Smart work by the police resulted in the capture of two Chinese, who pleaded guilty to stealing erramonhones, cash, etc., from the Robinson Piano Company, to the value oi $600. They also pleaded guilty to theft

DUTCH ELECTIONS. [ARTICLE]

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DUTCH ELECTIONS. "P. R." and Compulsory Voting. Reuter's Service. The Hague, July 4. Without awaiting the result of to-day's election of the 'Second Chamber, the Government resigned. Fine weather favoured the polling and Proportional R. presentation will delay the announcement of the result. There are twenty to thirty parties and

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To-day being the anniversary of American Independence, the American Consulate is closed in honour of the occasion. A special programme has been arranged at the Singapore Swimming Club at 5 p.m. to-dr.y, when there will be indoor baseball, to be followed ly swimming a dinner, and dancing. At the Chinese

Commercial News. LATEST QUOTATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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Commercial News. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Tin Shares Active. Messrs. Etlin and Co. report at 11 a.m. to-day: RUBBER. London 10 13/16d., unchanged. New York 20% cents (G), down cent. Shares:—Steady. Allenbys $2.15—$2.25, tV*f£ 1 75 1 85 A er Panas $8.80—99.25, Bassetts 00—95 cents. EalfJSj? ?3.10-$3.30, Brogas $1.27%£,7 \r Kuklt Jelotongs

SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. Tho steamship "City of Mobile" arrived yesterday from Cebu. The "Takliwa" is cxpoeted from Calcutta on Sunday the I ith inst. The German liner "Hannover" arrived yesterday from Batavia. She is sailing t.>-day for Hamburg. The French steamer "G. G. Roume' arrived this morning from Saigon. She is

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The Municipal health statement for the week ended June 3> gives the total number of deaths as 225. The death rate was 24 30 per mill:' compared with 31.76 in the preceding week and 31.61 in the corresponding week of last year. The chief causes of death were: Pneumonia 32.

JAPANESE CRISIS. [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE CRISIS. Hamaguchi Ministry Formed. ["Japanese News" Service.] Tokyo, July 2. Mr. Hamaguchi, President of the Minsei Party, the official Opposition, has been called on to form a new Cabinet. Later. The Cabinst installation ceremony will be held this evening. The members of the new Cabinet are: Premier, Mr. Hamaguchi;

HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. Ships Alongside the Wharves. Singapore, July 4. East Wharf (Entrance Gate 1). Kola 22; Elephanta 20. Main Wharf (Entrance Gate 3). Kashima Maru 18; City of Bedford 16-; Manila Maru 13; Cap Varella. 11; Tirpitz 9; Van ffafitaz—-Amazon Maru 7. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate 3). Lartit -Bochum 30;

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Daily Weather Report. METEOROLOGICAL BRANCH, SURVEY DEPARTMENT^ MALAYA. THURSDAY, JULY 4, 9 a.m. I m Bright Mean Stations. Temperature. Rainfall Sunshine Humidity. Wind. Weather. yesterday, yesterday. Max. Mm. Ins. No. of Direc- Force F F hours. tion. M.P.H. Kuala Lumpur 88 66 nil 7.9 81 EN E 2 Fine Singapore

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MAILS CLOSE. TO-DAY, JULY 4. Siam (except Lower Siam (Kistna) 3 p.m. Upper Burma, North-East India, Egypt, Europe, Canada U.S.A. (Elephanta) 3 *Supplementary mail for Europe, et c (By TRAIN) 4 p.m. Anamba and Natuna Islands (Will o'the Wisp) 4 p.m. Pontianak (Khoen Lie) 4 p.m. Cheribon, Samarang, Padang Bay,

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES [OBITUARY]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES Births, Marriages and Deaths. REQUIEM MASS. A High Mass of Requiem for the repose of the soul of the late- Mary Josephine Ivlass, who died on July 5, 1928, will b rung a t t h e Church cf St. Joseph on Saturday, July 6, at 6.00 am.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. [OBITUARY]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Th th„n\ of w? M Adelaide Em thank all relatives and friends who kindly attcnd?d the funeral and those lence S wrea ths and letters of condoH e Yam Tensr Kim II(K and family beg to thank their relatives Hwk OBF the resido nt Mr Peck nocK, u.B.E., and

THE COLONY'S AFFAIRS. [ARTICLE]

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THE COLONY'S AFFAIRS. We postpone coQunent upon the proceedings at yesterday's meeting of the Legislative Council in order that we may to-day review the Annual Report on the Colony for 1928. This extremely interesting compilation bears the signature of the Hon. Mr. John Scott as Colonial Secretary, but in view

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Mr. W. H. Wall, formerly of Tenang late, is tow on Kuala Gcmas estate Gema: Router- wires that the Port of Aden has been declared infected with .smallpox from June 00. t!£ J lK :u late of tne Teo Hoo Lye In.-tjtution, has joined the S. S. Police as n

INDIAN LEADER IN SINGAPORE. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN LEADER IN SINGAPORE. Lecture at Victoria Theatre. The Victoria Theatre was packed yesterday evening, with a largely Indian audience, when Mr. T. Prakasam, a member of the Legislative Assermbly of India, delivered an eloquent address to his tellow countrymen on "India's Position in the Empire." The speaker, after dwelling

SIR HUGH CLIFFORD. [ARTICLE]

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SIR HUGH CLIFFORD. To Dine With Perak Miners. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, July 4. A large company of miners are entertaining Sir Hugh Clifford on Saturday night at a long deferred banquet at which some interesting statements are expected. His Excellency will also present Certificates of Honour to three

"H. M. S. PINAFORE." [ARTICLE]

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"H. M. S. PINAFORE." The Matinee Performance. Booking for the matinee performance of "H.M.S. Pinafore by the Singapore A.D.C. will open on Wednesday next at 8.30 a.m. at John Little's. Children of sixteen and under will be admitted at $1.50. Ihe charge for adults and those over 16 will be

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Mr. F. T. Bunelark, of the untitled.W.D. Sta m&aa, hn> l> »n bnumtertrd t A very good programme is being screened at the Y.M.C.A. Cinema to-morrow at 8.30 p.m. The chief attraction will be the comedy film "Plastered in Paris," featuring Sammy Cohen. The IGSrl anniversary of Sir Stamford Raffles'

MAILS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED. r rom Holland and Germany by "J P Coen, due at Singapore at 4 p.m. to-day l-rom China and Japan by "Perim," due at Singapore at 6 a.m. to-morrow. From Europe. (London mails despatched June 18) by "Rajula," due at Penang at 6 a.m. to-morrow. From France by

Singapore Y.W.C.A. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Y.W.C.A. CHINESE EXTENSION WORK. Miss Cften Begins Eer Activities. Some time ago it was announc the Committee of the Y.W.C.A. in Site pore hf-d secured the services of Mis \j Chen for carrying out a scheme which tk Committee had had in mind for son Vl ar —extension work

TIN AND RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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TIN AND RUBBER. Latest Quotations. RUBBER. London:—10 13/J6d. tw °rk:—21 cents. Singapore: cents. TIN. London:—Spct £201 Oe Od (i-v 3 months, huv?rs £207 Of od sellers £207 5a (up 4°s 6d>. Singapore:—$105.25. (250 ten? <*>

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PERFECT PITTING SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES OF PLEASING APPEARANCE AND IN DISTINCTIVE STYLES. SIGHT TESTING BY QUALIFIED OPTICIANS. MOTION SMITH AND SON LIMITED 15, Battery Road, Singapore. TO LET. Practically New Bungalow, 9, Wilkie Terrace, area about 5,000 sq. ft, 6 bed-rooms, servants quarters, water and electric. Apply Telephone No: 7030.

Labour Cabinet and the Colonies. SINGAPORE BASE. [ARTICLE]

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Labour Cabinet and the Colonies. SINGAPORE BASE. liberal M.P. Demands Cessation of Work. PLANS OF MR. TOO MAS. Annual Reservation for Colonial Development. Reuter's Service. Jbondon, July 3. In an amendment to the Address in leply to the King's Speech a Liberal member Mr. George Lambert (South Molton, Devon), demands

Mr. Churchill's Protest. [ARTICLE]

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Mr. Churchill's Protest. ALTERATION OF HIS BUDGET. Reuter's Service. [Reuters Service.] London, July 3. In the House of Commons to-day the Op position made itseif felt immediately the House opened, when Mr. M?ci>on rd nioveJ for Government to tnke vp 1 11 p.-ivate Members' time till Chris mas with a

Unemployment. [ARTICLE]

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Unemployment. IMMEDIATE LEGISLATION Mr. Mac Donald, pioving the motion mentioned c rlier, announced that the House cf Commons weuld" a djoum at the end of July for the summer recess. The session would last till July, 1930. A number of Bills would be passed before the July adjournment, including two

Plans of Mr. Thomas. [ARTICLE]

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Plans of Mr. Thomas. A PRACTICAL START MADE. British Official Wireless. [British Official Wireless.] Rugby, July 3. Mr. J. H. Thomas, who is Minister in charge of special measures for dealing with unemployment, gave some indication of the Government's proposals in the House of Commons, when the debate on the

Waterloo Bridge. [ARTICLE]

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Waterloo Bridge. IMMEDIATE RECONSTRUCTION. Dealing with the Thames bridges, Mr. Thorn s that money was allocated for C haring C'rosr. Bridie. Expenditure there was roughly eleven millions but there would be engineering del lys and surveys. The rt construction of Waterloo Bridge could, howe/er, be proceeded with' immediately. Work ef

A Brighter Scotland. [ARTICLE]

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A Brighter Scotland. TRAFFIC FACILITIES OF LONDON. Reuter's Service. [Reuters Service. London, July 3. In the de' ate on the Address Mr. J. H. Thomas, outlining unemployment plans, said 'what we imported we should m ke for our.-elves" (Opposition Cheers). Mr. Thonwas said tha* for the road schemes the Government

The Colonial Scheme. [ARTICLE]

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The Colonial Scheme. SURVEYS BY AEROPLANE. Mr. Thomas, dealing with work in the Colonies, said that many schemes had been upheld. A million pounds annually would be set aside in the Budget to be used exclusively for the development of the Colonies «s a whole. Additional Trade Commissioners would be

Mr. Churchill's Threat. [ARTICLE]

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Mr. Churchill's Threat. NO SOCIALIST LEGISLATION. Mr. Churchill paid tribute to the courage of Mr. Thomas in dealing with a grave and distressing problem. His treatment of it was very moder te and sensible. Air. Church.ll said the Conserva iVes expected the Government to submit a motion of confidence early

Liberal Criticism. [ARTICLE]

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Liberal Criticism. APPROVAL OF MOST POINTS. Reuter's Service. [Reuters Service.] London, July X. Mr. Lloyd George thought the Government ought to have sketched vi bolder unemployment scheme. He hoped the MacDon Ul-Dawes conversations would no: merely yield an agreement to limit cruisers they wanted abolition of submarines. He deprecated opening

Earth Eruptions. [ARTICLE]

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Earth Eruptions. THREE MISSION STATIONS DESTROYED. B'g Volcano Active. Reuter's Service. Suva, Fiji, July 3. Mi. Joy, Resident Commissioner of the New Hebrides reports that the big volcano island, Ambrym, is again active. Over 300 natives have left the island and taken refuge on the island of Malejula, 30 miles

AFTER TEN YEARS. [ARTICLE]

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AFTER TEN YEARS. Anniversary of German Republic. (Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia. Berlin, July 3. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of the constitution of the Republic, nm. million three-mark and three million fivemark pieces, bearing- the Hindenburg head on one side, are being minted on the order of th? Reichstag. The Prussian

CHINESE ANGRY. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE ANGRY. Foreigners Resist Demands. PRIVILEGE AND SAFETY. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.] Amsterdam, July 3. It is reputed that the British, French and Japanese Chambers of Commerce at Shanghai submitted to the Congress of the International Chambers of Commerce convened here on Monday a joint resolution urging the Governments concerned to

Request for Deportation of Journalist. [ARTICLE]

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Request for Deportation of Journalist. Reuter's Service. JNanking, July 3. The Foreign Minister, Mr. C. T. Wang, has sent a note to the American Legation] iv o V, lfe re( l uestin the deportation of M;. Hallett Abend, the Peking correspondent of the New York Times." The note charges iMr.

Efforts to Detain Feng's Ally. [ARTICLE]

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Efforts to Detain Feng's Ally. GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL INJURED. I "Sin Kuo Mm Press Service, j Shanghai, July 4. (hiang Kai Shck is sti.l trying to persuade Yen Hsi Shan not to retire, saying that if Yen insists he would also. Ypn who was taken suddenly ill. is staying in the

LONDON DOCK STRIKE. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON DOCK STRIKE. Claims of Rival Unions. Reuter's Service. London, July 3. A disoiCe between rival unions has led to a strike of do:kers, holding up ships in London. Liverpool, Belfast and Southampton. Two ships in London are so far affoct'.d. The trouble started •vhen a r.um'ver ol the crtw

BRITISH "TALKIES." [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH "TALKIES." New Company Formed. Reuter's Service. London, July 4A new company styted the British Movietone News Co., now being formed, will give a wholly British character to the British Movietone News reel recently launched in London by the American Fox Film Co., which filmed the "talkie" cf the new

To-day's Features. [ARTICLE]

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To-day's Features. INDIAN NEWS AND NOTES. r« page 4. PROGRESS OF THE COLONY, on pace 7.

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SINGAPORE LEAGUE. Sports & Pastimes. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE LEAGUE. Sports Pastimes. Malays Rout the I.C.F.A. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. All,that is worth mentioning about yesterday's First Division League match between* the Malays and the I.C F.A. is the goal-keeping of Govindasamy. The Malays Were file victors by 10—1, and would have won hf a larger margin had Govindasamy been

M.C.U. Juniors v. Seniors. [ARTICLE]

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M.C.U. Juniors v. Seniors. j, The Medical College Students annual Etch", juniors v. seniors, will take place the Medical College Union ground at •tforig Bahru on Monday next.

A.A.A. League Winners. [ARTICLE]

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A.A.A. League Winners. The winners of the A.A.A. league are the "A" team, captained by Koh Gek Seah, 10 points, and the runners-up "C" •team, caf tamed by Tan Teng Seng, with :9 points The prizes for the winners, given by Mr. Cheong Pheck Tee, will be •distribute d on

H. & S.L.U. v. M.C. [ARTICLE]

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H. S.L.U. v. M.C. The Health and Strength Leaguers' Union M ed« *l College in a friendly i3fc n nday l*ttar*8 ground. trax u.: Lgrn. L. M. "Fon&; L. Seng Wfeng, Ramasamy; Alt Chew, Kemat, Thiam L t TrV f ong A J^»har t Johari, Gek \v m tvvng.

CAN KEY "COME BACK?" ' [ARTICLE]

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CAN KEY "COME BACK?" To-night's Figh:s at New World. BOXING. Loli.l boxing fan.s a:e reminded of tonight's fights at the "Stai light ha 11 New World, when Battling Key and Makatangay will provide the main attraction in a wellmatched programme. Key gained the decision in their previous encounter three years

U.C.A. Doubles Tournament. [ARTICLE]

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U.C.A. Doubles Tournament. BADMINTON. The first and second rounds in the doubles tournament of the United Chinese Amateurs for the Tan Wee Hock Shield will be played on Saturday and Sumfcy, comm. ncing at 4 pin, each day. First Round.—(a) See Gim Hctk and Tone- Yin Tons v. Koh Keng

S.C.S.A.C. v. Puloe Bukom B.P. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.S.A.C. v. Puloe Bukom B.P. The return match between the Singapoi* (■old Storage Athletic Club and the Puloe Bukom B.P. will take place on the former's court on Saturday, commencing at 4 p.m. The following wiil represent the S.C S.A.C.: Wee Kirn Choon, Khoo Cheng Van. Cheang Tiong Wah. Khoo

S.C.B.P. Tournament. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.B.P. Tournament. .The final tie in the Serangoon Choir BP. 'A" doubles championship will be played on Saturday at 320 p.m.—the finalists are:— Tay Keok ('boon and Tay Swee Hotiw v Too Kah Leng and Tay Keok Teck.

Rovers B. P. Meeting. [ARTICLE]

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Rovers B. P. Meeting. A special general meeting of the Rovers' B.P. will be held at the house of the VicePresident (Mr. Koh Tiong Seng), 19 Lo;x>ng 24, Geylang Road, to-morrow at 1.45 pm.

S.K.C.B.P. Meeting;. [ARTICLE]

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S.K.C.B.P. Meeting;. Members of Se c t Kirn Cheng's B.P. are requested to note that the quarterly general meeting will be held at the residence of Mr See Gim Lock, 49G, Gaylang Road, on Sunday at 7.30 p.m.

J.B.P. Open Doubles Final. [ARTICLE]

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J.B.P. Open Doubles Final. All members and friends of the Juvenile Badminton Party are reminded of the ooen (Rubles championship final fixed for Saturday at 4.30 p.m. instead of 5 p.m. (a« previously staled}. An exhibition singles has been arranged to precede the championship final. Light refreshments will be served

St. Andrew's School Sports. [ARTICLE]

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St. Andrew's School Sports. ATHLETICS. I he annual sports of St. Andrew's school will take place to-day, on the Kriffles Institution ground, from 3 to 6 p.m. "he 88-) yards race for Old Boys will take place at 5.20 p.m. Parents and friends aro cordially invited to attend.

Outram School Sports. [ARTICLE]

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Outram School Sports. A reminder is given that the Outram Road School Sports will take place to r morrow, on the school grounds, beginning at 2.30 p.i».

Regimental Sports. [ARTICLE]

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Regimental Sports. Thj Regimental Sports of the 2nd Battalion, The Welch Regiment will be held at \,hd Cricket Ground at Tam*rlin Barracks, on July 9, commenting at 2.30 p.m. A mile race will be run at 5.15 p.m., open to all serving members of His Majesty's Forces.

Seremban School Sports. [ARTICLE]

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Seremban School Sports. Old Boys of King George V School, Sej *mban, are reminded of the annual atK<>tic sports of the school, to be helj on Jr./ 20. There' are two events for Old

S.J.I. Sports. [ARTICLE]

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S.J.I. Sports. Joseph's Institution will hold its 27th iiyiual athletic sports at the Stadium on Saturday, commencing at 2.15 p.m. Old boys, benefactors and friends of the school, as well as parents and guardians of the pupils, are cordially invited. The events open to the old hoys are a 220

Tilden's Last Wimbledon. [ARTICLE]

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Tilden's Last Wimbledon. COCHET TO MEET BOROTRA IN FINAL. LAWN TENNIS. Reuter's Service. London, July 3. At Wimbledon to-day in warm sunny acstjer 15,000 people saw Miss Joan Ivdley enter the semi-final of the ladies single by defeating Mis. Bundy (America) <;-- C--2. In the men's semi-final, Cochet beat Tilden

The Davis Cup. [ARTICLE]

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The Davis Cup. GOVERNOR DAVIS'S VIEWS. ("Sin Kuo Mm" Press Service.) Shanghai, July 3. The new Governor of the Philippines, Mr. Dwight Davis, arrived at Shanghai to-day and goes to Manila to-morrow. Interviewed, he said that the Davis Cup tennis standard was improving in all countries. The Chinese players' p-og

S.C.R.C. Tournament. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.R.C. Tournament. TO-DAY'S TIES. Ties for to-day in the S.C R C. law:" tennis tournament are as follows:— Singles Handicap A." Lim Bong Soo v. Oei Tjong Tiony; I. II. Hoahing v. Tan Huck Toe. Singles Handicap B." Kelly Quah v. Tan Wan Eng; S. H. Tan v. Kam (Jim

S.C.R.C. Real N.S. Club. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.R.C. Real N.S. Club. CRICKET. The Negri Sembilan Club entertained the Selangor Chinese Recreation Club on Sunday at Seremban, the visitors winning by b'7 runs. Scores are as follows:— Negri Sembilei Clul>.—Lim Cheah Aik c and b Mun Hoe 1, Wheeler Seneviratne b Chok San 18, P. S. Muthu c

Perak Turf Club [ARTICLE]

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Perak Turf Club TO DAY'S SCRATCHINGS. THE TURF. The scratching? for to-day in the Perak Turf Club's summer meeting at Ipoh are: Race No. I.—Brown Laddie. Race No. 2.—Sahib, Bob Marsh. Race No. 6.—Sancus. R-ct No. B.—Clarita. Brava. All engaijements. —Siralian, Roy's Best. The big sweep will be held on

K.G.C. Mixed Foursomes. [ARTICLE]

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K.G.C. Mixed Foursomes. GOLF. Twelve cards were taken out for the monthly mixed 'oursomes com peti ion at the Keppel Goif Club, which resulted in a win for Miss E. Tr \or S.nitn and F. G Pvidout.

Ex-Service Tournament. [ARTICLE]

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Ex-Service Tournament. The annual ex-Service tournament (flag competition) will trke place ai the Singapore Golf Cluib on Sunday, the 28th inst. Any ex-Service nun may enter. Names, stating handicap, tJgc-ther with !?1 entrance fee, should be sent to Mr. W. T Houghton, c/o Messrs. Lewis and Peat, Ltd., 5, Prince

TENNIS CANCELLED. [ARTICLE]

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TENNIS CANCELLED. Death of Penang Convener. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Penang, July 3. The death has occurred of Mr. Jonn Warwick Clark. He was admitted to hospital a few days ago with acute appendicitis, complications arone, and he died in th.' early hours of this morning Mrs. L. B. Baker,

THE GEYLANG DUEL. [ARTICLE]

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THE GEYLANG DUEL. Detective Still in Precarious Condition. Ah Yok, one of the two detective constables who was shot in a desperate d»: i with five pistol-armed Cantonese in Sim'Avenue on Tuesday night, is still lying in a precarious condition in Tan Took Seng'. Hospital. However, there is h< pc

"VIVE SUN VAT SEN!" [ARTICLE]

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"VIVE SUN VAT SEN!" The- following by Dr. Lfan Boon Keng, of Amoy University, and formerly of Singapore, appears in a rent-lit issue of the "China Critic" of Shanghai: We bury now oar hero whom sh deeply mourn! But weep no more', my friends, see hi;- spirit there on high!

HONAN-SHENSI-KANSU RELIEF. [ARTICLE]

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HONAN-SHENSI-KANSU RELIEF. The Singapore Fund. Previously acknowledged 582,064 OG Geok Heong Club 50 Mr. Tan Miner Koh 2 Mr. K. C Tye 1 Socicta Conimissionaria di Esportazione c di Importazione 204) Messrs. W. G. Dreher and Co. 300 Messrs. William Gossages and Sons, Limited 500 Messrs. V. R. Viek Co-

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Mr. J. W. Clark, the representative of the Sun Life Assurance Co, in Peju-ufc tying -riiically ill in the General li Mrs. Tom Woodgate and Mrs. Brennan will be leaving Kuala Lumpur on the UStn Nut. for Singapore, whence they will Bail for Australia on the The death occurred on

Legislative Council. [ARTICLE]

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Legislative Council. Trade School for Singapore. THE EDUCATION OF MALAYS. At yesterday's meeting of the Legislative Council, Mr. Bagnall, as reported briefly yesterday, referred to the publication <i rubber statistics, on the motion for adjournment. He sfid: —I rise to speak on tho subject of the Malayan statistics in respect

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The total population of China is untitled estimated at 497.047,000, according to the "China Critic" (Shanghai). The estimal h based on Pcot Office returns for 1928.

F.M.S. AND SIAM RAILWAYS. [ARTICLE]

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F.M.S. AND SIAM RAILWAYS. Round Table Conference. A party of F.M.S. Railway officials re--1 rned on Sunday from a railway confer,ee in Bangkok. The following accoun. business done is taken from the siam Observer" of Tuesday:— The F.M.S. Railways were represented Mr. J. Strachan, Mr. W. H. Elkins, Mr. j.

"PEKING MAN." [ARTICLE]

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"PEKING MAN." Believed to be Missing Link.' Peping, May 23. That the real "missing link" has finally been discovered in the so-called Peking Man, is the growing conviction of an injirnational group of scientists now assembled in Peping. discoveries have been recently made in the limestone deposit 55 miles from

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The rate of issue of Money Orders for India and Ceylon to-day is Rs. 1M for $100. The- rate of payment of Money Orde» from Nia and Ceylon is Rs. 156 for $100. Th, number of cases ulosis treated in »g in 1928 was 2,452, with 1.01 4lde-tft> «d a

MOSCOW'S LATEST. [ARTICLE]

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MOSCOW'S LATEST. 80-Year-Old Red Impeached. [Trans-Ocean via Pan-Asia.) Berlin, July 2. One of the oldest German supporters of H left Rus sia as a protest against the hi f r?nlS5 Ime \S nd o Wto has attacking £?J2&£ m the Germa n Press, has been mpeached on a charge of

N. S. APPEALS. [ARTICLE]

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N. S. APPEALS. Magisterial Decisions Quashed. On Monday i n the Supreme Court, fceremban, Mr. Justice Stevens heard criminal appeals. Tan Ming Kuang appealed against the decision of the Temerloh Magistrate Mr E Jeff represented the appellant and Mr. B. F. Bridge, D.P.P. supported the conviction. The accused was charged

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SINGAPORE VOLUNTEERS. Programme of Drills up to and for week ending July 7: To-day, July 4. 5.15 p.m.-Drill Hall, "D" (Eurasian) Coy., 30x Range. To-morrow, July 5. 5.15 p.m.-Drill Hall, S. R. A. (v) Signals, Section Parade. 5.15 p.m.—Malay Drill Hall, "F" (Malay) Company, Sand Table Lecture by Q.C., Company.

Commercial News. MALAYAN RUBBER EXPORTS. [ARTICLE]

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Commercial News. MALAYAN RUBBER EXPORTS. Statistics for June. The following is the statement ol quantity and value of rubber exported during June. iSS 1920 June Increase Decrease Declared in Deckred in 1929 1928 to date 1928 1U29 1928 UNITED KINGDOM T nS T nS 1 8 7,242 2,947 38,283 24,787

U. S. TARIFFS. [ARTICLE]

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U. S. TARIFFS. Not to Injure Foreign Trad?. Reuter's Service. New York, July 2 A message from Washington states thai the Republican leaders have b-en assured by President Hoover that the tariff law will be scientific ally revised by the Senate Finance Committee and the h-avy duty on necessities in

TIN RESTRICTION? [ARTICLE]

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TIN RESTRICTION? Possible Effect of Next Week's Meeting m London. The only news f om London over the vvel:-end (writes the financial correspondent of the "Straits Echo" in its Monday's issue) is to the effect that the market is optimistic as to the outcome of the Tin Producers' Meoting to

THE SHARE MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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THE SHARE MARKET. Fraser's Report. Messrs. Fraser and Co., Singapore, in their weekly report dated July 2, state: The is no change to record in the price of either Tin or Rubber during the r as t week. London advices point to a steady Tin market with fair buying supp

HENRY GARDNER, LTD. [ARTICLE]

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HENRY GARDNER, LTD. .♦Tfc d H2s tterm report t0 submitted at the 10th I nnual meeting- of Henry Gardner and Co., Ltd., for the year ended Imojrmo s?' hows a nett* profit of -VM\ T this has be added i >-.-.)/ 17» lid brought forwaid from last na 6s ,n

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS. Spar Buoys Established. A notice to mariners contains the following particulars regarding the establishment of spar buoys in the Johore Strait and the eastern approaches to Singapore: (a) Position.—At a distance of LS9 miles 247 deg. from Permas cliff Lat. 12i> N, long. 103.48 E (approx). Description. —A

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