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Malaya Tribune, 12 February 1934

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The Malaya Tribune THE MOST POPULAR DAILY NEWSPAPER IN MALAYA. Vol. XXL No. 36 SINGAPORE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1934 FIVE CENTS. The Malaya Tribune. Singapore: Monday, Feb. 12, 1934. Malaya Tribune SINGAPORE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1934.

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Read The Sunday Tribune Dominant In Malaya. KLIM MILK j Powdered Swl Drinking or Cooking AH Leading Provision Stores. Getz Bros. Co. iiiii II in P I I m TWELVE-SIX SALOON. [j I llj. ADDED VALUE l«-l»OT5Sr«- 'II j Th" £rr-work and equipment are of e ight v.ars. Among the

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M—pw* A. FLUSTER. 6, Raffles Place, Singapore. Importing Diamonds and Pearl Necklaces of every size and quality. Selling at latest and lowest market prices. Also buying gold coins and gold ornaments of every class and quality, paying highest prices according to daily exchange rates. It's Worth Reaching For!! i MILK

ROUND MALAYA IN FIVE MINUTES. Penang. [ARTICLE]

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ROUND MALAYA IN FIVE MINUTES. Penang. The pupils of Mrs. Rule's Dancing Class will on March 2 perform in a variety of dancing items at the Town Hall at 5.30 p.m. The proceeds will be given to the St. Nicholas' Home for Blind and Crippled Children. An aged Tamil by

Selangor. [ARTICLE]

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Selangor. The Sangeetha Abivirthy Sabha, of Kuala Lumpur, staged a Tamil drama entiled "Lord Krishna's Embassy," which is an episode of the "Mahabaratha," at the Town Hall on Saturday evening. Mr. S. V. Manuel, of the District Office, Sabak Bernam, has been transferred to the State Treasury, Kuala Lumpur. Mr.

Negri Sembilan. [ARTICLE]

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Negri Sembilan. The death occurred suddenly on Jan. 28 of Che Ishahak bin Jani, Chief Settlement Officer, Kuala Pilah. He attended office as usual on the previous day, and was taken ill in the small hours of the next morning. He left two widows and five children. The funeral took

Pahang. [ARTICLE]

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Pahang. After a lapse of many years a highway robbery is alleged to have occurred at a lonely part of the Kuala Lipis-Raub road, when a Chinese on a bicycle is said to have knocked down a Malay woman named Kasak binti Lajam. Before she could recover from the shock,

Kedah. [ARTICLE]

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Kedah. At the annual general meeting of the Kedah Catholic Association at Alor Star the following were elected office-bearers for 1934: President, the Rev. Father Riboud (ex-officio); Vice-President, Mr. J J. Fleury; hon. secretary and treasurer, Mr. T. C. Boudville. Mr Stowell, Superintendent. Education Department, Alor Star, who was acting

Perak. [ARTICLE]

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Perak. Inche Esa, Chief Sanitary Inspector, Lower Perak, is being transferred to the Kinta Sanitary Board, and will leave Teluk Anson shortly for Ipoh. The ninth annual general meeting of the F. M. S. Non-Government Teachers' Co-operative Society, Ltd., Ipoh, was held at the Anglo-Chinese School on Saturday, with the

CHINA' ARMAMENTS. [ARTICLE]

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CHINA' ARMAMENTS. Navy To Make Torpedoes And Mines. The Chinese Ministry of the Navy is drawing up plans, the "China Times" reports, for the establishment of a factory for the manufacture of torpedoes and mines for the navy in Shanghai. Orders have been placed in the hands of a certain

POCKET EVIDENCE. [ARTICLE]

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POCKET EVIDENCE. Milwaukee, U.S.A. The right of a wife to go through the pockets of her husband and make use of any evidence found therein has been upheld by a court ruling here. The judge granted a divorce to a woman who testified that she had found in her husband's

U.S. AIR ACE. [ARTICLE]

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U.S. AIR ACE. To Demonstrate Bombing Plane At Nanking. New York, Jan. 22. Captain Frank Hawks, famous speed pilot, announced to-day that he is leaving for China on Feb. 17 to demonstrate a new Curtise-Wright Condor bombing plane to the Chinese Government. The plane is driven by two 715 horsepower

WIFE GIVEN TO PAY DEBT. [ARTICLE]

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WIFE GIVEN TO PAY DEBT. Warsaw. A merchant here has exchanged his wife for a debt. When he was unable to pay, his creditor suggested that he should divorce his wife, whom the creditor wanted to marry. The merchant agreed, and now everybody satisfied.

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EVERYBODY MAD. [ARTICLE]

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EVERYBODY MAD. A Bad Outlook For The World. New York, Jan. 28. Worry is one of the first steps towards insanity, declared Mr. David Seabury, the well-known New York psychologist, In an address to-day. Everybody would be insane by the year 2139, he added, if the present in- crease in

SEAPLANE GLIDER. [ARTICLE]

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SEAPLANE GLIDER. Reuter. Lisbon. A motorless seaplane, constructed of wood and canvas by a young Portuguese engineer, landed safely on the river Tagus after carrying out official demonstrations. ..j r The machine climbed to a height of 330 feet and circled over Lisbon for fifteen minutes before landng.—Reuter.

MENACED BY WOLVES. [ARTICLE]

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MENACED BY WOLVES. Troops In Action Against' Invading Beasts. i Reuter. Sofia, j WOLVES have appeared on the out- skirt b of Sofia and troops in a military post near the city were turned out to repel the attack of a large pack of the hungry beasts, which were driven

GOVT. STEPS IN. [ARTICLE]

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GOVT. STEPS IN. No Taxes Collected For 14 Months. Reuter. Madrid. Quart* lb over prenrdence between rivul councillor* on Ihfc Urban Council of tin.- adjoining village* of Carrena and Arenas lu northern Spain have meant that: Nr» taxes Have beon collected for 14 months and the village lads ha7e escaped

TRIPLETS BORN IN SNOW. [ARTICLE]

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TRIPLETS BORN IN SNOW. Reuter. Ferrol, Spain. While tending a flook of sheep on the snow covered mountain:! near here, a peasant woman gave birth to triplets. The mother and her hree daughters are 'Joint; well, although they were entirely unattended.—Reuter,

CURE YOUR RHEUMATISM BY WAY OF THE BLOOD. [ARTICLE]

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CURE YOUR RHEUMATISM BY WAY OF THE BLOOD. Persons who are subject to rheumatism .should avoid above all things an exces, of meat, for flesh food is productive of uric acid in th blood and uric acid is the can. c of rheumatism Simple, wholesome diet, mainly consis'ing if fruits

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I EMPIRE PROGRAMME TO-DAY. G.M.T. 8.0 a.m. Time Signal from Bis Ben. News Bulletin. Dairy Produce Notes supplied by the Intelligence Branch of the Imperial Economic Committee. 8.15 a.m. Dance music (.gramophone records). 8.30 a.m. Ireland v. England: a half-time summary, followed by a running commentary on the second half

Shipping News & Notices. "REJUVENATION" OF SHIPS. [ARTICLE]

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Shipping News Notices. "REJUVENATION" OF SHIPS. Machinery Conversions And Construction. ANALYSIS of the year's work performed by the North-Eastern Marine Engineering Co Ltd reveals the fact that during 1933 some 34 ships have been received for the installation or rejuvenation of PW™ machinery; while space does reproduction of a detailed

U.S. SHIPBUILDING. [ARTICLE]

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U.S. SHIPBUILDING. Past Year One Of Unusual Interest. AN improved outlook for shipbuilding in t*« United States and other maritime countries is seen by Mr. H. Gerrish Smith, president of the National Council of American Shipbuilders, in his review of the industry during the past year. "The year 1933," Mr.

POLISH SHIPBUILDING. [ARTICLE]

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POLISH SHIPBUILDING. A Yard Projected At Gdynia. The Government of Poland proposes to construct a shipbuilding yard in the port of Gdynia so as to render possible an extension of the national fleet; hitherto all the Polish warship have been built exclusively in French yards. After the completion of the

SOVIET SERVICE. [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET SERVICE. Icebreaker Assistance Criticised. CONCERNING the icebreaker assistance I at Leningrad, which the Soviet authorities year after year claim to have improved. "Goteborgs Handels och Sjofartstidning" states that any clearly defined icebreaking organisation does not seem to exist. In making this statement, the newspaper reports having had an interview

ITALIAN SHIPPING. [ARTICLE]

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ITALIAN SHIPPING. Development Of Persian Gulf Port Rome. Hundreds of Italian engineers and workmen have been engaged by the Persian Government for a big scheme of economic development in Persia. They are to develop the port cf Bandar Shapur. en the Persian Gulf, and to cons met a network of

JUNKS SWAMPED. [ARTICLE]

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JUNKS SWAMPED. Cargo of sugar and sea foods estimated as being worth $10,000 was lort in the Shanghai harbour recently when two small and overload d Chinese junks w?ie swamped near the Dai Deh Wharf, French Bund, according to the Chinese pressThe cr?ws of the junks, however, were saved, being

STRIKE ENDED. [ARTICLE]

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STRIKE ENDED. Seamen cf the s.s. "Hai Zang" of the Hwa Seng Steamship Company at Shanghai, who have been out on a "go-slow" s rike, have returned to work, the steam r departing for Teingtao. The Company agreed to the demands of the seamen that guarantee bonds of former seamen

NORWAY'S MERCHANT FLEET. [ARTICLE]

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NORWAY'S MERCHANT FLEET. Reduction In Tonnage, More Modern Ships. THE modernisation of the Norwegian merchant fleet by the substitution of motorships for steamers and the reduction in the number of sailing vessels, made further progress last year. The result is a decrease both numerically and as regards tonnage for the

REMOVAL OF PEARL REEF. [ARTICLE]

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REMOVAL OF PEARL REEF. The Bureau of Public Works in Cantcn has Instructed Mac Donald and Gorman, contractors fcr the removal of the Pearl Reef, to expedite their work which was begun in 1932, says the "Canton Sun." The remaining por ion of the reef, measuring some 100.000 cubic yards,

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HAMBURG-AMERIKA LINIE. Deutscn |H_ Q| Australische Dampfschlffs |fl CJ Gesellschaft (Companies Incorporated In Germany). PASSENGER AND CARGO SERVICE. OUTWARDS. HONGKONG. SHANGHAI. NORTH CHINA AND JAPAN PORTS. Due Spore. s.s. NORDMARK, via Manila Feb. 23 t m.s. LEVERKUSEN, Ho Ho via Manila Mar. 6 m.s. ERMLAND. via Manila Mar. 21 t

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STEAMER SAILINGS, NORDDFI TS( HER LLOYD, (Incorporate: a German?) The under noted are th* Company I fixtures:— OUTWARDS "ALSTER," for H'kong, S'hai. N< r b China and Japan "FULDA," for Manila. H'kong. S China and Japan HOMEWARDS. "LAHN," fcr Genoa. M'seilles. A dam. R'dam. H'burg and Bremen "TRAVE," for Genoa.

LATEST SINGAPORE QUOTATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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LATEST SINGAPORE QUOTATIONS. Mining Shares. apore, Monday. 11 a.m. tin share quotations are it and Co., exchange and inkers. Buyers. Bellcrt. f v KumbfUOC Tin 39 411--tlay 45 46 6 H lam Tin 14 3 15 1.90 2.00 rirj 34 6 35 6 Padang 0.30 0.33 Tin 0 90 0.95

Financial News & Views. TO-DAY'S MARKET POSITION. [ARTICLE]

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Financial News Views. TO-DAY'S MARKET POSITION. SLIGHT DECLINE IN RUBBER. Tone Is Very Quiet And Featureless. (By Our Financial Correspondent J Singapore, Monday, noon. To-day's Prices:— Rubber (Singapore), 16 r cts., down Va Cl Market Tone: Dull. Tin (Singapore), $113/2» unchanged. Saturday's Prices:— London Rubber. 5d., unchanged. Market Tone: Quiet.

Nipah Distilleries Of Malaya. [ARTICLE]

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Nipah Distilleries Of Malaya. Encouraging Report At Annual Meeting. THE third annual ordinary general meeting of Nipah Distilleries oi Malaya Limited, was held at the registered office of the company. 6. Lioyd s Avenue. London. E C 3. on Dec. 2.1, H»3 the chairman. Mr. P. J Burgess presiding. The

RUBBER STRONG IN LONDON. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER STRONG IN LONDON. Dutch Premier's Visit To The City. Reuter Wireless. London, Feb. 7. EVENTS in Paris have again restricted business considerably and, apart from isolated instances, there was no special feature. The drop of 2s. 9d. in the price of gold to 1365. 6d. had a rather dampening

CEYLON'S TRADE. [ARTICLE]

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CEYLON'S TRADE. Exports Of Rubber On The Increase. Statistics issued by the Customs Department show a favourable trade balar.ee for Ceylon during 1933. amounting to Rs. 23 million. The total exports during the year amounted to Rs. 200 million (including Rs. 19 million tar the export of goods of foreign

FRENCH QUOTAS. [ARTICLE]

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FRENCH QUOTAS. British Government To Retaliate. Reuter Wireless. London, Feb. 10. In retaliation for the French discriminatory quotas the Board of Trade will issue a list of articles, mainly wear!n£ Si on which existing duties Si, by 20 per cent effective from Feb. 13.-Reuter Wireless.

SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. lIAILV PRKES rt'RKVVT. F-b 12 12 twwo BUvetfc SIII'.T-. RSS equn» I|* B andKrt. Spoi UcomM .FOB" l s .„0-rd R.SE T< nail „)AIK lc if «puumik nn.Dt U* u s Clililv UtJUIL'II SpL' t-Hri i 3d »IP ID (ft y.jilt 5|X! Sim I G tLi

LATEST SINGAPORE QUOTATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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LATEST SINGAPORE QUOTATIONS. Rubber Shares. Singapore. Monday. 11 a.m. The following rubber share quotations are issued by Fraser and Co.. and Lyan and Evatt. 1 Issue Value. Fraser Ljsu Shares. Co. .ffim 1 Allenby 1.10 120 1.10 1-20 1 Alor Gajah 0.77»/ 2 0.86 0.80 090 IA. Hitam 1.05 1.15

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THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD., (incorporated in New Zealand.) FIRE, MARINE, MOTOR AND >RKMEN*S COMPENSATION. L C MARGOLIODTH. Manager. OFFICE: I. FINLATSON GREEN. the ASSOCIATION OF, AUf A ONE OF THE FOREMOST LIFE OFFICES IN™"gl BRITISH FINANCIAL PRESS j •INSURANCE are libera! the British Empire. The of tne resources

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THE EASTERN BANK, LIMITED. 'Incorporated In England). SINGAPORE BRANCH: 4, D'Almeida Street. Authorised and Subscribed a m*JO Reserve Fund and RWI 500 000 HEAD OFFICE: LONDON. BRANCHES: Bombay, Calcutta. Colombo. Karachi. Madras Amara. Baghdad. Bahrein. Basra. Klrkuk. Mosul and Singapore. CURRENT ACCOUNTS opened and money received on Fixed Depos.lt on

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eastern" united 48SURANCB f «POBATION. LTD. FIRE MARINE, MOTOR CAR, PERSONAL ACCIDENT and WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION INSURANCE. t O. JOHNSON. Oentnl

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LAST TWO N,GHTS ~f oa m B .rf'rr£j\r* I STAGE and SCREEN Attraction! TOM WALLS IN HIS LATEST LAUGH EPIDEMIC "JUST SMITH" The hilarious tale of a light fingered society crook. ON THE STAGE— DICK NORTON The popular laugh maker with ADELE AND HER PIANO. STARTING WEDNESDAY, 3.15, 6.15, 9.15.

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mm mm i ii ir.ltJl 1 AMUSEMENTS. I I To-night 6.15 9.15 j Jack Holt I Wrecker" REAL EARTHQUAKE f with devastate a city—terrify riovvvivw tortm thousands—shatter the j GENBVIBYIS 10B1N. world before your eves> I TO-MORROW i v miJMmOUH Our Up he rose from Offering k Pullman porter to

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JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW— TO-DAY'S SHIPPING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW— TO-DAY'S SHIPPING THE "CONTE ROSSO." The "Conte Rosso" will arrive at this port irom Shanghai and Hongkong on Feb. 15 at 6 a.m. She will sail on the same day at 5 p.m. for Penang, Co\.mbo. Bombay. Suez, Port Said, Brinl, Venice and Trieste.

HARBOUR BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD. SHIPS ALONGSIDE THE WHARVES OR EXPECTED TO ARRIVE. Singapore, Feb. 12. East Wharf (Entrance Gate 1). Rajula 22. Main Wharf (Entrance Gate 3). Bengal Maru 16; Tilawa 14; Pres. Harrison 11; Kudat 7. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate 3). Hilda 30; Bessemer City 32; Pyrrhus 35: Choyo Maru 37.

MAILS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED. Mail from Batavia and Palembang by aeroplane are expected at the General Post Office, Singapore, at 2.30 p.m. tomorrow. From China and Japan by the "Ginyo Maru," due at Singapore to-morrow evening. From China and Japan by the "Muroran Maru," due at Singapore tomorrow.

MONEY MARKET [ARTICLE]

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MONEY MARKET SELLING. Singapore, Feb. 12. London 4 months' sight 2;4 964 London 3 months' sight 2 4 Jj London 60 days' sight 2 4 764 London 30 days' sight 2 4 33J London demand 24 5.64 London T.T. 2 4 H6 Lyons and Paris demand Hamburg demand 48 New

PRODUCE. [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE. Singapore, Feb. 12. R. (Siam) W. Coast N. 1 per Koyan $94 R. (Siam) W. Coast N. 2 per Koyan $90 Rice, B. Siam N. 1 per Koyan $86 Rice, B. Siam N. 2 per Koyan $82 Siam, No. 1 $160 Siam, N0..2 $141 Siam, No. 3 $121 Siam,

DIARY OF THE DAY WHAT'S ON? [ARTICLE]

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DIARY OF THE DAY WHAT'S ON? Public Functions And Sports Fixtures. TO-DAY, FEB 12. High Tide.'..—B.4o ajn., 10.58 p.m. Meeting. Legislative Council, Malacca. Football; B.C-.0. "B" v. Marine Dept. 2nd., SCO., M.P.H. v. Municipal Jalan Besar. Meeting Yacht Club, 6.15 ji m. Hotkey: Wiltshire in v, S.R.C. "B." TangiUv TO-MORROW,

AMUSEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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AMUSEMENTS ALHAMBRA.—Jack Holt in "The Wrecker." APOLLO.—Chinese silent pictures. CAPITOL.—H. G. Wells' well-known story: "The Invisible Man." EMPIRE.—"Beau Bandit." GREAT WORLD.—Cabaret Dancing, sideshows, Dean's Grand Opera and Chinese Wayangs, cinemas. Talkies: Sky—"The White Sister." Star—"Cock of the Air." MARLBOROUGH.—"Kestian Ashik," Malay talkie. NEW WORLD.—Cabaret Dancing, sideshows, Malay Operas, Chinese Wayangs,

ROUND-ISLAND ROAD RE-OPENED. [ARTICLE]

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ROUND-ISLAND ROAD RE-OPENED. Reconstruction Of Jawi Bridge Complete. lITORK of reconstruction of the roadff way and bridge at 193 /4 mile stone on the road round Penang Island has now been completed and the road has been opened to traffic. With the opening of the road all trace in Penang

REMNANTS OF "19TH." [ARTICLE]

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REMNANTS OF "19TH." Scattered Troops Pass Through Hongkong. Hongkong, Feb. 12 Three hundred scattered troops of the Nineteenth Route Army passed through Hongkong yesterday from Foochow on their way to Canton. A Nanchang communique says that the "Reds" in western Kiangsi .""6™* dp suppressed in six months.—"Sin Cnew Jot Poh."

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DAILY WEATHER REPORT. Malayan Meteorological Service. Laat Yesterday. Night. Max. Bright Mm. Temp. Rainfall. Sunshine. Temp. Stations. Deg. P. Inches. Hours. Deg.F. Alor Star 81 Nil Nil 71 Kcta Bharu 79 2.11 Nil 73 X Trengganu 78 1-27 0.6 73 Bukit Jeram 84 008 4.5 71 Mersing 82 0.13 93

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i POSTAL INTtIUGtNCt SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE. TO-DAY. Selat Pandjang, Bengkalis and Bagan (Makasser) 3 p.m. Indo-China, China and Japan (Hilda) 4 p.m. TO-MORROW. China and Japan (Bengal Maru) 10 a.m. Japan (Tottori Maru) 10 a.m. Siam (except Lower Siam) (Kudat) 11 a.m. "Ceylon, Southern and Western India, Egypt, Europe and

MALAYAN MATTERS. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN MATTERS. AS Feb. 15 comes round each year. old residents of Singapore recall the tragic happening in 1915, when t misguided Indian infantry battalion mutinied, and caused many regrettable deaths, of which the tablets in the Cathedral and the gravestones in Bidadari serve as mute reminders. We again live

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Mr. Marcus Rex. M.C.S., and Mrs. Rex have arrived in Singapore from Australia. A meeting of the Council of State will be held at the Dewan, Johore Bahru, on Tuesday next week at 11 a.m. The improvement in the Hon. Mr. S. Q. Wong's condition continues, and his progress is

Topics Of The Day. "Oh Yeah?" [ARTICLE]

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Topics Of The Day. "Oh Yeah?" AFTER a suitable interval, allowing for incredulity to settle down, a third "monster" has been sighted. Of the previous two one was said to be over twenty feet long and the other over thirty feet long. The third, reported to have been spotted by

Taxation. [ARTICLE]

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Taxation. IN a paper laid on the table at the meeting of the Legislative Council to-day a comparison is made of the taxation per head in the Straits Settlements and the F.M.S. with that in the United Kingdom. France. Germany and the United States of America. It is certainly a

Sense From Mr. Saito. [ARTICLE]

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Sense From Mr. Saito. \M R. Saito, the new Japanese Ambas sador to Washington, denying that Japan wants to fight Russia, added: War with Russia would mean war with all other nations, including the United States, and we do not want to commit suicide." That is the most sensible statement

A Cricket Memory. [ARTICLE]

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A Cricket Memory. A MESSAGE from Kuala Lumpur on Saturday stated that the Fire Brigade had to be commissioned to turn the hose on the Padang before Uk ground, which was sun-baked, could be played on by two rugger fifteens This incident recalls an amusing episode which occurred many years

Passing Thoughts [ARTICLE]

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Passing Thoughts By "Looker-On" TTONOURABLE Members met this morning in the ancient Settlement of Malacca. I have no doubt, however, that some of them revealed bang up-to-date ideas. This monster" business is becoming a nuisance. I believe there was one seen at the Yacht Club yesterday. It strangely resembled a

ON OTHER PAGES. [ARTICLE]

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ON OTHER PAGES. RADIO PROGRAMME, on page 3. SPORTS NEWS, on pages 12 ana CLUB DIARY, on page 13 OUR READERS' VIEWS, on page I*. SURPRISE ITEMS IN NEWS, on P <

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GRIM PREPARATIONS FOR WAR IN NORTH MANCHURIA. SOVIET CLAIMS PROOF. [ARTICLE]

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GRIM PREPARATIONS FOR WAR IN NORTH MANCHURIA. SOVIET CLAIMS PROOF. TOKYO PEACE TALK HUMBUG Ready To Strike. Towers Ignore Pu Vi Coronation. Reuter Wireless. Moscow, Feb. 11. IJORTH Manchuria has been turned into a drill-ground, which Japan is preparing with desperate resolve, exhausting the whole organism of her State in

DEPRECIATION OF CURRENCY. [ARTICLE]

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DEPRECIATION OF CURRENCY. Gold Crisis Caused In Czechoslovakia. I Reuter. Prague, Feb. 11. THE impending depreciation of the Czechoslovakian currency was announced to-day by the Prime Minister in a broadcast speech. He stated that it was being done in order to protect exports. The amount had not been decided upon

DEATHS FROM COLD. [ARTICLE]

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DEATHS FROM COLD. Another Arctic Spell In New York. Reuter Wireless. New York. Feb. 11. A spell of Arctic weather has visited New York, in which so far there have been 40 fatalities. It seems to be ending as the temperature has risen from two degrees below zero to 27

NEW MONSTER. [ARTICLE]

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NEW MONSTER. Seen By Officers Of Mauretania." Reuter. London, Feb. 11. A SEA monster seventy feet long, with a head two feet wide, was, it is claimed, seen by the Third and First Officers of the "Mauretania," in the Caribbean Sea, during a cruise of the West Indies, on Jan.

FRENCH GENERAL STRIKE. [ARTICLE]

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FRENCH GENERAL STRIKE. No Papers To-day. TROUBLE EXPECTED FROM "REDS." Reuter. Paris, Feb. 11. MEETINGS of workers, all over France, have protested against "the reactionary Government and bloodthirsty police" preparatory to the General Strike to-morrow. It is anticipated that the Socialists will confine themselves to indoor pro test meetings and

RIOTS IN IRELAND. [ARTICLE]

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RIOTS IN IRELAND. Free State Troops Called To Restore Order. Reuter. Fed. 12 Twenty people were injured in DroRheda when the poller baton-eharged a crowd which had collected to protect against the Blue Shirts'" procession The police were forced to summon troops, who rushed from Dublin. The mob stonad the

THREATENED WITH GUN. [ARTICLE]

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THREATENED WITH GUN. Chinese Robbed By Four Armed Men. A Chinese living off the sth m:le Thompson Road, was the victim M armed robbery on Saturday nlgrK It appears that close on rrudnlghv fr»di armed Chinese forced an entiy his house. One .man had a revol\whll<t hi 3 confederates were

CROWN PRINCE OF JAPAN. [ARTICLE]

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CROWN PRINCE OF JAPAN. Emperor Grants A National Amnesty. Reuter. Tokyo, Feb. 11. In celebration of the birth of the OTown Prince on Dec. 23 last, an extensive Imperial ammesty will be announced to-morrow and will become effective immediately. It is expected to benefit 35,000 out of a total of

TRAWLERS PIRATED. [ARTICLE]

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TRAWLERS PIRATED. Japanese To Despatch Warships. Reuter. Dairen. Feb 11. Five pirate ships attacked four Patron trawlers oft Wei-Hal-Wei or. Thursday at midnight, according to the "Ohata Mam.' which got away after i heavy attack. Pcxt Arthur has requested the despatch of Japanese destroyers Immediately, as three other trawlers hnvc

NAZI ATTITUDE TO WOMAN. [ARTICLE]

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NAZI ATTITUDE TO WOMAN. The Encouragement Of I Motherhood. J j Reuter. Berlin, Fee 11. "IT is quite untrue that Nazism Is 1 hostile to women and aims at excluding them from public life and the professions," declared Herr Goebbels, Minister for the Interior, at a meeting of women in

NINGHSIA FIGHTING. [ARTICLE]

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NINGHSIA FIGHTING. Planes Despatched Against The Rebels. Shanghai, Feb. 11. Gen. Chu Shao Liang despatched three planes against Gen. Sun Tien Ying's troops at Ninghsia on Saturday. A portion of the latter's forces retreat- Ed to the north of Pinglo. Fighting in the suburbs of Ninghsia has lessened. —"Mm Kuo

BRIDGE TOLLS. [ARTICLE]

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BRIDGE TOLLS. Not To Be Imposed In U.M.S. THE Automobile Association of Malaya, which has long been striving for the abolition or equitable imposition of bridge tolls in Malaya, has been officially informed that the imposition of tolls on the Johore Causeway or other bridges or roads in the U.M.S.

ALLEGED ROBBERY. [ARTICLE]

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ALLEGED ROBBERY. Local Police Bandsman Charged. When a case of robbery came up before the District Judge (Mr. H. A. Forrer) this morning, Chief Court inspector Bostock said that the accused in the case was a North Indian bandsman in the police named Akbar Khan. The complainant, a man of

OVERSEAS CHINESE. [ARTICLE]

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OVERSEAS CHINESE. Nanking Investigating Their Conditions. Shanghai. Feb 11. A mooting of the Immigration Committee requested the Executive to order the province's to protect the returned Chinese and to investigate tne conditions ol the overseas Chinese. "Sin Chew Jit Poh."

ANOTHER QUAKE IN INDIA. [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER QUAKE IN INDIA. Fearful Results Of The Last One. Reuter. New Delhi. Feb. It 4 N earth tremor more intense than A that of Jan. 15 was felt here to-day at 10 a m accompan ed by rumbling which lasted five seconds.—Reuter. London, Feb. 11. At least 20,000 people

GIBES AT THE LEAGUE. [ARTICLE]

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GIBES AT THE LEAGUE. German Attitude, v t NOT RETURNING TO GENEVA. Reuter. Pari*. Feb. 1-. FRENCH nolo to London U»-dliy for transmission t*• Mr Arthur Henderson, M.F.. Chairman «»C till* League of Nations hlsaimumrn" Conference. holds uul lit t It* hope results from the F runC'o-l lor man conversations,

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The "Big Stick" Against Subordinates. AN UNOFFICIAL'S PROTEST. [ARTICLE]

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The "Big Stick" Against Subordinates. AN UNOFFICIAL'S PROTEST. APPEAL FOR MORE SYMPATHY. Council Meeting. Playing Fast Loose With Finances (From Our Own Correspondent) Malacca, Feb. 12. JJ E. the Governor, accompanied by 'Major-General Lewin, the G.O.C. and the Colonial Secretary (Mr. A. Caldecott) arrived by special train at 7.30 this

Lorry 5869 dashed into the five-foot-way of a house near ihe New World yesterday shortly before noon. Three people were injured. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lorry 5869 dashed into the five-foot-way of a house near ihe New World yesterday shortly before noon. Three people were injured.

TEACHERS' STRIKE. [ARTICLE]

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TEACHERS' STRIKE. Li Chai Sum On His Way To Singapore. Shanghai, Feb. 11. ACCORDING to a despatch from Shanghai yesterday. Marshal Li Chai Sum. Chairman of the now defunct People's Government in Fukien and one time Chiang Kai Shek nominee at Canton, is on his way to Singapore. He left

SAMSU FOR PIGS. [ARTICLE]

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SAMSU FOR PIGS. Man Fined For Hitting His Wife. (From Out Own Correspondent.) Serembon. Feb. 10. A CHINESE named Yong Sing was produced before Raja Kamaralzaman. the poiice magistrate, this morning and charged with having assaulted his wife by striking her on the roadside. The accused claimed to be tried,

THREE MEN BADLY HURT. [ARTICLE]

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THREE MEN BADLY HURT. Nasty Accident At Jalan Besar. A PEDESTRIAN and two hawkers were badly injured in Jalan Besar yesterday afternoon, when they were knocked down by a motor-lorry. The pedestrian, a Chinese, was the worst sufferer. He sustained two deep cuts in the face, caused by the splintering

LATE SIR C. EVERITT. [ARTICLE]

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LATE SIR C. EVERITT. Former Legislative Councillor In The S.S. Reuter. London, Feb. 11. The death is announced of Sir Clement Everitt.—Reuter. Sir Clement Everitt. Kt., Advocate and Solicitor, was 60 years of age. He became Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council of the Straits Settlements in 1923 and was

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON. [ARTICLE]

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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON. The following passages are selected from the lesson-sermon on "Spirit" read at all Christian Science services on Sunday: The Bible:—"Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name. Bless the Lord. O my soul, and forget not all his benefits:

MAN WITH THROAT CUT. [ARTICLE]

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MAN WITH THROAT CUT. When the ambulance was called to the lunction of Victoria Street and Rochore Road, yesterday morning, the dresser found a Chinese bleeding profusely from wounds in the throat. It appears that the wounds were selfinflicted. His condition is not serious.

DEAN'S GRAND OPERA. [ARTICLE]

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DEAN'S GRAND OPERA. Dean's Grand Opera, now playing at the .Great World, has been drawing crowded houses nightly, which goes to prove the continued popularity of the Malay Bangsawan, ably conducted -£>y the well-known Malay actor, K. Dean. To-night will be staged "Bujang Jauh" Part L

LAND OFFERED AS COMPENSATION [ARTICLE]

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LAND OFFERED AS COMPENSATION Unusual Assizes Case. AMITY OF MALAYS AND CHINESE. (From Our Own Corre.sponient) Johore, FH, j 0 »J»HE transfer of a piece of rubber land of about two acres was tfc compensation made to a ("hinese named Phang Lam, in settlement Q j a case against a

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LOCAL CORONER'S FAREWELL. [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL CORONER'S FAREWELL. Very Sorry To Leave. WIFE A GREAT HELP. pUE Singapore Coroner, Mr. F. G. Bourne, was entertained at a i unction at the Pavilion Restaurant ust Saturday afternoon on the eve of is departure for England, prior to .ttirement. Speeches were made extolling his ivortk and ability

ENTERED WOMAN'S ROOM. [ARTICLE]

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ENTERED WOMAN'S ROOM. Malay Intruder Fined At Seremban. (From Our Own Correspondents Seremban, Feb. 10. A MALAY named Hamzah bin Sekok appeared before the Seremban Magistrate, Raja Kamaralzaman, charged with having committed house espass by entering the house of a Tamil named Kuppusamy at about 2.30 a.m. on Jan. 17,

TAXATION IN MALAYA. [ARTICLE]

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TAXATION IN MALAYA. Comparisons With That Of Other Countries. In a paper laid before the Legislative Council to-day by command of H.E. the Governor, a comparison is made of taxation per head in various countries, as follows (quoting sterling only): s d. United Kingdom 14 10 6 France 1| 3

HEALTH PARLEY. [ARTICLE]

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HEALTH PARLEY. Important Decisions Reached. Important decisions, it is understood, were reached at the executive committee meeting of the Advisory Council 01 the League of Nations Far Eastern j Health Bureau. j Much interest was shown in the sue- j cess attending the use by a worker in British India

ST. JOSEPH'S OLD BOYS. [ARTICLE]

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ST. JOSEPH'S OLD BOYS. Annual Report Of Association For 1933. The St. Joseph's Old Boys' Association report for the past ye~r reads as follows: Membership:—The number of members for the year was 270 members 3 having resigned during the year. The committee have not pressed members out of employment for

SIR A. CADOGAN. [ARTICLE]

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SIR A. CADOGAN. Minister To Confer With Sir Cecil Clementi. Two flying boats from Seletar are going to Penang to meet the P. and O. "Chitral," which arrives on Thursday, in order to pick up Sir Alexander Cadogan (new British Minister to China) a pas«enner by the "Chitral," and bring

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The annual general meeting of the Syrian Christian Association, Singapore, will be held at the residence of Mr. P. K. Thomas (off tfiven Road) oh Wednesday at 3.30 p.m.

"THE INVISIBLE MAN" FILMED. [ARTICLE]

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"THE INVISIBLE MAN" FILMED. Thrill Piled On Thrill At The Capitol. AT THE CINEMAS. THOUGH fantastic in conception, 'The Invisible Man," the story by H. G. Wells, has a convincing scientific colour. Aided by sight and sound—the assets qf '.he modern movie—it becomes, on the screeYi, one of the most

LATE DR. F. RODRIGUEZ. [ARTICLE]

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LATE DR. F. RODRIGUEZ. Funeral Of Former Government Officer. The death took place at his residence. 16 Gilstead Road, Singapore, on Feb. 10, of Dr. Frank Patrick Rodriguez, at the age of 71 years. Dr. Rodriguez was at one time employed in the Government Service and was for many years

WOMAN INJURED. [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN INJURED. Said To Have Fallen From Window. a N air of mystery surrounds an incii> den.t which occurred in the back lane of a hotel in Maxwell Road, at about 6 p.m. on Saturday. When the ambulance was called to th? scene the dresser found a young Chinese woman

PRETTY JEWISH WEDDING. [ARTICLE]

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PRETTY JEWISH WEDDING. Reception At Goodwood Park Hotel. A PRETTY Jewish wedding was solemnised at the Maghain Aboth" Synagogue,' Waterloo Street, yesterday afternoon, the contracting parties being Mr. Joseph Elias and Miss Sarah Solomon. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Elias Shalome, according to Jewish rites, before a large number

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England Well On The Way To Another Victory. All-India's Plight In Third Test. [ARTICLE]

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England Well On The Way To Another Victory. All-India's Plight In Third Test. Prospect Of Following-On On A Crumbling Wicket. Reuter. ALL-INDIA, who were expected to do better in the Third Test than they had done in the two previous games, are in danger of being defeated by an innings

A view of the play in yesterday's S.C.F.A. League match between the Chinese Companion A.A. and the Aston A.C. The former won 3—1. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A view of the play in yesterday's S.C.F.A. League match between the Chinese Companion A.A. and the Aston A.C. The former won 3—1.

RUGBY FOOTBALL. [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY FOOTBALL. England Beat Ireland In Dublin. Reuter Wireless. Dublin. Feb. 10. ENGLAND beat Ireland in to-day's rugger international by thirteen points <two goals and a try •to three points "one try. Ireland started strongly. Morgan scoring a brilliant try near haif-time. Fry scored for England and Meikle failed with

INTER-LEAGUE GAME. [ARTICLE]

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INTER-LEAGUE GAME. Details Of England v. Scotland Match. Reuter Wireless. Glasgow. Feb. 10. TO-DAY'S inter-League game between the Scottish and English Football Leagues was drawn 2—2. There were 60.000 people present in sunny weather. A strong, swirling wind spoiled the game which did not reach the International standard. The Englishmen

English And Scottish League Soccer. [ARTICLE]

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English And Scottish League Soccer. Derby County Lose A Point At Home. THE results of Saturday's matches m the English and Scottish Leagues, as cabled by Reuter, and the tables brought right up to date are as follows: ENGLISH LEAGUE, Div. I. STOKE WIN AWAY. Aslnn V. 1 Portsmouth J

ENGLISH RUGGER. [ARTICLE]

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ENGLISH RUGGER. Results Of Saturday's Chief Matches. Reuter. Lrmuoi» F b 10 To-day* i»nn«'4|Mi fOi/bQll rafttohts rcsultect hjHu**» Royal Nuvy S6 RAF 11 tul Twickenham» BLrkenh'ftd R fl Lcmdv® -to 'Wl If Bristol W Ctiora V, 0 CutnbiHix P. f?c;<ly!t PCurdUT 13 Olruc^icr Dc-vMiiport 8. 13 LtveUJOOl a MnT>ch**U.T 21

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

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S.C.F.A. SOCCER. C.C.A.A, Win First Match Of The League. The Chinese Companion A. A- the S C F~A League champions, beat the Aston A.C. 3—l In the first game or thU year'* competition which wo 3 played at the Jalan Besar Stadium yesterday. The next match will be between the

ISLAND CLUB GOLF. [ARTICLE]

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ISLAND CLUB GOLF. Match With Police <>» Thursday. Teams and «OTtiUE tlit'* 101 ly lorn ball match io be a Island Club on Thursday u (Police names mentlom-d m 9 a.m. Frew And Blade-» <• E. A. Stevens, 9,05 u.m- flttvi and .1 Ralnslord and Chu.i 9.10 U.m McKeiMttc vr

WEIGHT-LIFTING. [ARTICLE]

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WEIGHT-LIFTING. A meeting' of repre* various weight-lifting Pmrties held In the premises of Uie Muslim Physical and Liter::: on Sunday next at 10 am to the formation of an official body to control and organist-weight-lifting championships All unattached lifters are quested to attend

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The Royal Singapore Yacht Club. [ARTICLE]

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The Royal Singapore Yacht Club. Annual General Meeting To Be Held To-Mght. i) \Y'S weather was responsible! the abandonment of the races I !iv the Royal Singapore Yacht I was unfortunately impossible full distribution of prizes for the to take place. :.umber of people was present At Home" which had

COMMERCIAL CUP. [ARTICLE]

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COMMERCIAL CUP. be Commercial Cup match, M.P.H. v. Municipal Services, postponed on the Bth on account of rain, will De i at the Jalan Besar Stadium toat 5:15 p.m. following matches, arranged lor v have been postponed, aw will be played on Monday, March m. Fraser Neave "B" v. Government

S.C.C. SOCCER. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. SOCCER. SCC team v. the Public Services on 6 Evans. J. A. Hunt. A 3 j&ts£n%. J. Bembroke C key S Webb, T. Robertson, S. Kirk, J.B. Pickering, P. D. Cork. SCC Ist. XI v. Fraser Neave on "fg Hawley S 'c C J- Bembroke, J. A. .Brand, H.

SELANGOR BEATEN BY NAVAL XV. [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR BEATEN BY NAVAL XV. Saturday's Rugger At Kuala Lumper. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Feb. 10. THE rugger XV of H.M.S. "Eagle beat Selangor on the Fadang to-day by two goals and a try (13 pts.) to nil. The Naval men were nippy and elusive behind the scrums

RIFLE SHOOTING. [ARTICLE]

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RIFLE SHOOTING. Championship Meeting UI me R.A.F. Far East Command. The second annual rifle meeting of ►Hp Far East Command. Royal Air Force was held at Bukit Timah Range on Friday and Saturday and resulted as follows: THr t n Revolver Championship: Sq. Ldr Üb. Croke (-77) I; Flt.-Lt. Staton,

A CHELTENHAM "STRIKE." [ARTICLE]

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A CHELTENHAM "STRIKE." When the Blackpool footballers descended on Cheltenham on Jan. 13— the first English League team ever to jplay there —they caused a local "strike." But it was a strike of footballers —660 local athletes refused to kick a ball just because Blackpool had come to play the

VILLA SCENE INQUIRIES. [ARTICLE]

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VILLA SCENE INQUIRIES. There is evidence that the authorities are going very fully tinto the incident at the match between Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur on Jan. 6. One or two 'Sours' players have been mentioned in the reports which have been received, and the Tottenham officials were asked to

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CLUB DIARY. [There are numerous Clubs and Societies in Singapore, most of the members of which are readers of the "Malaya Tribune." This Diary is provided specially for them. Secretaries are invited to co-operate in keeping it up-to-date and complete. Happenings of general interest will still be included in the

OUR READERS VIEWS. [ARTICLE]

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OUR HEADERS VIEWS. Letters To The Editor rOur read*» am invited to urite to ua on subjects of pubUc interest. It must be understood that the "Mate*» Tribune" does net —cestarilp endorse opinions expressed bp corresrMienti LETTERS SHOULD BE A3 BRIEF AS POSSIBLE, preferably tvpevrtttcn (double mcina) and on one

Serangoon Buses. [ARTICLE]

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Serangoon Buses. (To the Editor, "Malaya Tribune,") Sir.—With reference to "Kottal's" letter on the above subject, as times at present are going from bad to worse, with trade depression all over the world, and retrenchment of clerks every now and then. I wonder why he should suggest that people should

Serangoon Buses. [ARTICLE]

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Serangoon Buses. (T* the Editor. "Malaya Tribune Sir, —1 have read the letter from "Integrity," and In reply thereto -vould say that the meeting of Municipal Committee No. 1 held on the 29th ult.. and reported in the "Malaya Tribune" on the sth inst, must have already knocked "Integrity" right

Indians In Malaya. [ARTICLE]

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Indians In Malaya. /To the Editor, •Malaya TribuneJ') Sir.—Referring to the letter headed "Indians In Malaya," may I be allowed a few words? To convene an All-Malaya Indian Conference Is. I am afraid. In the existing circumstances of the several Association* in Johore. at present not practicable. Perhaps what I

Those Omnibuses. [ARTICLE]

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Those Omnibuses. I (To the editor, "Malaya Tribune."/ Sir—Resigning myself to a feeling of joyfulnesa on seeing other» join me in giving up oar seats to a fetf ladies after we have been comfortably seated for, more than half Lhe distance. the following word* flashed through my mind to the

Poultry Culture. [ARTICLE]

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Poultry Culture. (To the Editor, 'Malaja Tribune,") Sir,—Chicken breeding even under the best attiptces is a difficult task. In tropical or semi-tropical countries It Is infinitely more 60. Whether one Is keeping a pen of chickens either lor the egg which accompanies the morning rasher or from a commercial outlook

The Debts Circular. [ARTICLE]

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The Debts Circular. (To the Editor, "Malaya Tribune.") Sir,—There is considerable misunderstanding on the subject of the circular issued recently by the S.S. Government on the subject of the indebtedness of subordinate officers of the Government. It is generally believed that the circular confers a boon on the subordinates, and

Radio Nuisance. [ARTICLE]

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Radio Nuisance. We have received further letters on this subject, but as they are too personal In tone we cannot publish them. Mr. M. N. Campos asks us to state that he was not the writer of the letter making the original complaint—apparently in some auarters it has been assumed

"MALAY PREFERENCE." [ARTICLE]

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"MALAY PREFERENCE." Two letters on this subject, sent by a Teluk Anson correspondent, are unsuitable lor publication.

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SURPRISE ITEMS IN THE NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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SURPRISE ITEMS IN THE NEWS. Australians Speak The Best English. Reuter. WHAT constitutes news? Often, it is merely the thing that you would never expect. Examples com.* from Reuters correspondents all over the world this week-end. For instance— Did you know that Australians speak English with a better accent than

AN INHUMAN PRACTICE. [ARTICLE]

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AN INHUMAN PRACTICE. iKi Wife-Trafficking Forbidden In Canton. Reuter. Canton* Trafficking in wives, a P ractl^ e adhered to by poverty-stricken in the east river and north river o 1 Canton Province, Is strictly foroidden in a proclamation issued by the Kwangtung Provincial Department. The official mandate, denouncing tne custom

"THE ENGLISH ON THE RIVIERA." [ARTICLE]

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"THE ENGLISH ON THE RIVIERA." British Exhibition At Nice. Reuter. Nice, Jan. 10. "rpHE English on the Riviera" is the title to be given to a unique exhibition which is to be opened at the Massena Museum on the "Promenade Dcs Anglais' l early next month. It will deal with

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M. HASSAN. ELECTRICAL AND WATER CONTRACTOR. 36-37, Bras Basah Road, SINGAPORE. If you are in need of electric (lights, fans, motors, etc., and water service, please write to the above TO LET. TO LET— Compound house. 3, Green Lane, 4 bedrooms. 31. St. Michaels Road, 2 bedrooms, rent $35. Apply

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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER: INDEPENDENT PROGRESSIVE PUBLIC NOTICES. SINGAPORE MUNICIPAL 4V_ DEBENTURE STOCK 1930. INTEREST DUE Ist MARCH, 1934. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Transfer Register of the above Stock will be closed from the 15th to the 28th February, 1934, both days inclusive. C. H. GOLDIE, Ag. Municipal Secretary.

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TENDERS. SINGAPORE IMPROVEMENT TRUST. TENDERS are invited for the demolition, and execution of alterations to 31 poires bounded by Seah Street and Purvis Street. Plans. Specifications and Form of Tenders may be obtained at the Municipal Architect and Building Surveyor's Office. A deposit of $100 is required and will be

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SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED —Typist, well versed in commercial correspond nee and wi h some knowledge of Chines? characters. Apply Box No. 300, cjo Malaya Tribune. WANTED A man to be chinchew of a s earner, one who can furnish a documentary security for $3,000, and possess several thousand dollars hard

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EDUCATIONAL. High School 116, Bencoolen Street. Estd. 1931. 8 A.M. 1 P.M. Principal—M. N. SAMADAR B.A. (Hons.). I Asst. Teachers—D. Lingham (Passed Final Normal); P. S. D. Chereath (Passed Final Normal), B. Singh (Passed Final Normal) and others. CAMBRIDGE RESULTS: —1931—6 boys passed; 1932—13 boys passed; 1933—32 boys presented. NIGHT

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