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Malaya Tribune, 5 December 1934

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The Malaya Tribune Largest Circulation Of Any Daily Newspaper In Malaya Vol. XXL -No. 295 SINGAPORE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1934 FIVE CENTo. The Malaya Tribune. Singapore: Wednesday. Dec. 5, 1934. Malaya Tribune 24 PA< ES. SINGAPORE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1934. FIVK

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Motoring Motes & News M.I.E. ENTERTAINS IN LONDON [ARTICLE]

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Motoring Motes News M.I.E. ENTERTAINS IN LONDON Potential Volume Of Trads ADINNEK m cdebra ion oi 'ho firs l year'a of Mori is lndu»trifß luxpoUs, Lid. was held in London on October 2fi. ..>M it The Chair \>na taken by Lord Nuffield. Governing Direc or of 'he eomui't, and tie

A NIGHT IN THE NILE [ARTICLE]

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A NIGHT IN THE NILE Sturdy C onstruction Of Morris Cars Farther proof of ihe sturdy construction of Morris cars is provided by an experience on the part of Mr. E. J. B. Gahan, a District Engineer residing in East Africa, and the owner of a 11)26 model Morris Cowley

MOUNTAIN LAP RECORDS [ARTICLE]

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MOUNTAIN LAP RECORDS Austins At Last BrooWaitds Meeting The Austin Seven Supercharged Special which in the hands 0 f L- P. UYlacoH has been o consistently successful in this year's motor racing, concluded the season by setting up a new 750 c.c Lap Re.co.d for th? Mountain Course at Brooklands

RUBBER TYRES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER TYRES Hum-Proof H Design Put On Show j j PROGRESS in tyr:s during the past year has not produced anything startling althcugh the gradual development cf the low pressure large cross section tyre seems to be well maintained. An innovation put forward by one manufacturer is a tyre which

CROWN WHEELS [ARTICLE]

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CROWN WHEELS Refining Process At Woisely Factory A cer am amount has already been written in these columns describing the heut treatment of various mo or cur parts at the factory of Messrs. VY-dseley Motors (U»27) Ltd.— reament that ensures safety and long life for the various components, and thus

BABY AUSTIN'S RECORDS [ARTICLE]

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BABY AUSTIN'S RECORDS Amazing Speeds From Standing Start (Subjec. to official confirmatiofi) It is reported that the Baby Austin, following a wonderfully successful season on the Continent as well at home, has j'i c annexed the. International Cla.so H Record for ths kilometre and mile from a standing startThis performance.

GARBO'S CAR REFITTED [ARTICLE]

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GARBO'S CAR REFITTED Vehicle Assessed At £16 (By Air Mail) (Frcm Our Own Correspondent) London. j ti ,t- Greta Garbo's famous £16 motor-car has betn fitted with new wheels and 3 new top. Garbo has owned the motor-car for more than seven years, «md she has had several parts replaced

A TRAVELLING CAFE [ARTICLE]

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A TRAVELLING CAFE Unique Vehicle In Use In Malaya A VEHICLE claimed to be unique in Malaya has been supplied by Messrs. Malayan Motors, Ltd., of Singapore, to Messrs. Nestles Condensed Milk Co., L d. The basis of this unit is a three-ton, forward control, six-cylinder, long wheelbase Morris-Commercial 'C

NEW HAND BRAKE LEVER [ARTICLE]

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NEW HAND BRAKE LEVER Novel Position Of Great Advantage The brakes are of Bendix design, and their operation has been made still smoother and more progressive. The cables are self-lubrica.ing, and both pedal and hand lever actuate all four brakes. The. hand lever, by 'he way, is neatly mounted on

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I —BRIT A I N D {PIE NDABI I C A B U I j I I j Re designed More Beautiful jl Dependable A still better investment Tj Two cents a mile Four people riding in absolutecomforl f< r half a cent a mile each. ml 1 That is

SOOCHOW OUTRAGE [ARTICLE]

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SOOCHOW OUTRAGE Insurance Company Robbed Soochow, Nov. 12. A DOZEN bandits, armed to the teeth entrjed and eps*emsjt|caJly 100 ed the tr „TjuT Inr i« Company here t o-nignt shortly after dusk and sueceed■yn Retting 6io iio in cash and other valuable s- JfU***!? ifif bandits WeKt uostairs while the

A CAR FOR NOTHING [ARTICLE]

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A CAR FOR NOTHING Little Boy's Luck At Auction Sale Johannesburg. A moioi-car "sold for nothing tit ..f; auction '.-alc cf second-hand cars —find a iii* it* boy's dream came M'Uf. Am oils.' the roost intcr-stfd o I those v. ho )ooi:cd under bonnets and tinkered iCh the Mil was

LOST IN BLIZZARD [ARTICLE]

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LOST IN BLIZZARD Hcoe Abandoned For Life Of Missionary Chesterfield Inlet, North West Territories. Hope has been abandoned tcr th« lift 01 Rev. Father Horw< a 37--year-old mtssionaty who di appeared lc a raging bTtaard early in Octooer j For e%b: days a search party of bir- teen, including North-We

THE BIG BULLY [ARTICLE]

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THE BIG BULLY i\«l!cr Whale £:iaps At A Do£ Viciorin. Bntih Columb'a. C"_ip*a :i John Ko'.ii of Sidney «Bri.&i' Cc oi:.blu'. his and son wer holid&.Ving on a «mail island in ilit .I.T4UJ: a>.-ug„ or? ihe lionn-ta.s- ivtcr i i:r SuAnicli Peninsula when -ndtiei ly a k ller whale .<p;,eured

N.I. RUBBER STATISTICS [ARTICLE]

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N.I. RUBBER STATISTICS Acreages Not Tapped Up To End Of Sept. 1934 ated Ma.ay St: 'es Government Gate re page 271") dated Ot-.. 19, 1984, Had in previous notification a. J. I. MILLER, Regis! rai -Gem ral el Sta'isti rs S.S. F .M.S. Singapore, Dee. I, 1934. The following information

MALAYA TIN STATISTICS [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA TIN STATISTICS Foreign exports of Tin befog final shipm ents on ocean s camera at all Malayan por s during- he month of November, 1934. Destination Tons United KingdoUi 575 Un ted States of America 1973 Continent of Europe 1,141 British Possessions -Japan 212 The Netherlands Indie- 3 Other

HIGHWAY RIGHT [ARTICLE]

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HIGHWAY RIGHT Motorists Need Not Slow Down For Troops 'By Air Mail) (From Our Own Correspondent) London. Nov. ir>. HAVE the Services the right to monopolise the highway *»*J his question arose at a Suffolk Sessions court, following complaints by tne Royal Air Force authorities which led to a lorry

STABBED TO DEATH [ARTICLE]

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STABBED TO DEATH Giant Negro Who Once Beat U Men Single-Handed New York. Ha!,-m\s 'King Kot.g"— a gjgantk He earned the title of 'King Kong" b cause he feared no ma stood 6 t Bi° s and v.eighed nearly 18 stone He is alleged to hay* been kifled by negroes,

DIONNE QUINTUPLETS [ARTICLE]

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DIONNE QUINTUPLETS Receive Gift From President Oi Dominican Republic Callander. Ontario The Dicnn? quintuplets received from the President of the Dominican Republic t chest oi oilv.rwaiv and a set oi dishes for each of them. The gift was made by President Trujillo as a token of nib gratitude for j

"SEALED WITH A KISS" [ARTICLE]

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"SEALED WITH A KISS" Cryptic Letters Which End A Romance Geneva. The le-ers MM li. haw- destroyed is romance between a Frenchman living I Li rmcville. Upper Savoy, an-: his sweet- hear: who lives at L'na, Austria. I The youni; man always C.P.U.8,. !on he envelopes of let ers his

FLOATING EN MID-AIR [ARTICLE]

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FLOATING EN MID-AIR Mouse Enmeshed In Spider's Web Salisbury. Maryland. A spider has lassoed" a mouse in a barn here. The mouse was crouching on a ledge. The spider cast a strand of weo round the rodent, and rapidly enmeshed it. Then the mouse was dragged off the rdge and

STRAINED RELATIONS [ARTICLE]

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STRAINED RELATIONS Prospective Bridegroom Locket) I In Cellar Warsaw. Maria Batko did not approve wh n her son decided to marry Katharina Borysowicz. a 17-year-old girl of village. So, in order to make absolut:iy cerfain that no clandestine wedding tcok place, she locked him up in a cellar, and kent

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WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE— WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in Feeling Great full of sunshine and bu °y a «t and imu'LSSrpSfi ,d CARTER'S eiUi of K;iT S to Pt these two harmless «U v l h '«>ntain wonderful, How freely. meS to m »k'n X

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1 1 s 1 i ran. t Another of Ihe fortunate thousands m\\\\ QVe iscov^ re h e secret of Craven "A' can do the £arns for'you. M W ajp" You'll enjoy the rich flavour of the ~t fine tobacco, because every likely cause of irritation has been J removed.

Shipping News & Notices. MORRO CASTLE FIRE [ARTICLE]

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Shipping News Notices. MORRO CASTLE FIRE Inquiry Chairman's Report Washington. THE deaths oi the 84 passe liters and 30 of the crew of the Mono Castle were attributed by the Steamboat Inspection Service inquiry to the rapid spread of lire in the ship, which was due to delay in erring

SHIPBREAKER'S PROTEST [ARTICLE]

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SHIPBREAKER'S PROTEST Unrestricted Importation Of Scrap Metals A pio est againa» the wholesale imi>orlation of foreign scrap metal free ol uu.y uito Great Britain and the coninued sale of British ships io foreign shopbreakers has been made by Colonel r\ Harrison. managing directoi of th* Hughes Bolckow Shopbreaking Co., Ltd.;

SWEDISH SHIPPING [ARTICLE]

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SWEDISH SHIPPING Large Reduction In Sailing Vessels The Swedish Board of Trade has now issued concerning ihe position of ihe merchant fleet at the beginning of 1934. The figures show a fur-her reduction in the number of ships, and a further shrinkage in the sail Jig ship tonnage. At the

JAPANESE SUBSIDY [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE SUBSIDY Shipping Circles Alarmed At Severe Cut I JAPANESE shipping circles are alarmed at the severe cut jus: made by the Department of Finance in the budgetary appropriation for the subsidised shipping scheme. The Department of Communications authorities are also taken aback. They are likely to start a vigorous

CHINESE SHIPPING [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE SHIPPING Plans governing the opsra'don of through shipping on the Grand Canal were d scussed ftt a meeting of the Grand Canal Conservancy Board held at Nanking with Mr. Sui Kai presiding. It was decided to refer them to the Chief Engineer for furthe- consideration and study. It was

ANOTHER C.M.S.N. STEAMER [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER C.M.S.N. STEAMER Particulars Of The Hai Chen THE single-screw steamer Hai Chen, built by Messrs. Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., to the order oi* the Chinese Government Purchasing Commiss on for the China Merchants' Steam Navigation Co., carriedooru r successful trials in the Firth of Clyde on Oct. 31.

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STEAMER SAILINGS. /4 P&o«nd BRITISH INDIA V X O. S. N. Co.'s SAILINGS. OUTWARDS. Due Tonnage. Singapore. RANCHi f.'; ec SOMALI g» NALDERA »6,000 Dec^M RAWALPINDI 170(.0 Jan. 4 BANGALORE O.uOO an RAJrUTANA 17,«* CHITRAL IMJO Feb. 1 BHUTAN 6,100 Feb. 14 CARTHAGE 15.030 Feb. IB BEHAR «.000 Feb. 28

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Tp LLOYD TRIESTINO ft (Incorporated in Italy). g EXPRESS SERVICE. jl CARGO SERVICE. S SINGAPORE TO ITALY CHINA. i Calling at Penang, Colombo, Bombay, Karachi, Aden, Massowah, Suez, Port X Cahing at Colombo, Bombay, Suez, Saidf pi raeU s, Brindisi, Venice and X Port Said, Brindisi, Venice Trieste. Trieste. N

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N.Y.K. LINE GENERAL PASSENGER AGENTS for CUNARD WHITE STAR LTD. (Incorporated in Japan.) To London via Naples, Marseilles. Next Sailings— 1934 s.s. KASHIMA MARU Dec. 14 m.s. YASUKUNI MARU Dec. 26 1035 s.s. HAKONE MARU Jan. 10 MINIMUM FARES TO Ist class 2nd class London $600 $429 Marseilles $557 $411

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STEAMER SAILINGS. NORDDEUTSCHEK LLOYD. k i&MuJJ Incorporated ii The undernoted are the Company's by tended fixture! >J OUTWARDS. 1984 "SAARBRUCKEN,'* for Manila H'kong, S'hai, N. China Japan Dec. 7 "DONAU," for Manila, H'kong, S'hai, N. China Japan Dec. 19 HOMEWARDS. For Rotterdam, Hamburg Bremen. 1934 "ODER," also calls Genoa, Marseilles,

TO-DAY'S MARKET POSITION [ARTICLE]

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TO-DAY'S MARKET POSITION SLKJHTLY STEADIER TENDENCY Utile Ink rest Beine Shown fty our Financial Correspondent) Siuir.tpor»', r i dnexday, no«nj. I'hljivV Prices KuMmv,- (Singapore), 21 cts., Market Tone: Steadv. quiet l Im t,Singapore), *114»up'$i/ H > Prices: I.oiuloii: (>5 16(1., unchanged .MurM Tone: Steady after easier NV,v Wfc: 12 15

GOLD SHIPMENTS TO AMERICA [ARTICLE]

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GOLD SHIPMENTS TO AMERICA $150,000,000 Worth In Two Months Reuter. T___ New York. Dec. 4. HE engagement to-day of $10,000,000 gold for shipment to the United Staies. principally from India and from Great Britain is reported in banking circles, bringing the total movement w gold to America from Europe and

FRANCE'S OTTAWA [ARTICLE]

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FRANCE'S OTTAWA Attempt To Rationalise Production Paris, Dec. 2. PRESIDED over by President Lebrun, the Colonial Governors, Administiators, parliamentarians and business leaders will gather to-morrow for the opening of the Economic Conference which the French themselves are calling the French Ottawa Conference. For the past two years, preparatory work has

Financial News & Views. LATEST SINGAPORE SHARE QUOTATIONS [ARTICLE]

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Financial News Views. LATEST SINGAPORE SHARE QUOTATIONS The following mining share quotations are issued by Fraser Co., exchange and stock brokers. Rubber quotations are those of Fraser Co., and Lyall and Evatt: MINING Singapore, Wednesday, 10 a.m. The following mining share quotations are issued by Fraser and Co., exchange and

SINGAPORE SHARE MARKET [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SHARE MARKET Quieter Conditions During Week FRASER and Co.'s weekly report dated Dec. 4 states:— mewl at quieter atmosphere h»« h£ at P revailln S last week, there ihfrSf a VGry satisfactory turnover of t j n ever y section of the local market during the past few days

STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE Confident Feelings Prevail Reuter Wireless. Om *v London, Dec. 3. N the Stock Exchange, although business on the new account failed to expand to any material extent, a fairly confident feeling prevailed and most sections ruled firm. Among foreigners, German Loans rallied sharply on the Franco-German agreement concerning

SULOH RUBBER ESTATES, LTD. [ARTICLE]

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SULOH RUBBER ESTATES, LTD. A Provisional Assessment has been granted in respect of 248,265 lb. The above assessment does not include an allowance lor the recently acquired 62 odd acres in regard to which a claim has been made.

SOVIET INCREASING GOLD OUTPUT [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET INCREASING GOLD OUTPUT Decision To Pay Cash On All Orders Reuter. London, Dec. 4. RUSSIA'S increasing output of gold pi onuses to become sensational. List year it amounted to about £13,000' 00. this yeav at least fifty per cent. Increase and In 1935 it is anticipated that Russia will

MONEY MARKET [ARTICLE]

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MONEY MARKET Sharp Rise In Treasury Bills Reuter Wireless. London, Dec. L ON the money market this week with preparations to meet the usual heavy dividend disbursements on Dec. I amounting to £42,750,000, including £34,250,000 on War Loan, very cheap accommodation tended to disappear and borrowers frequently made use of

ECONOMIC AGREEMENT [ARTICLE]

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ECONOMIC AGREEMENT French Minister's Visit To Moscow Reuter Wireless. Paris. Dec. 2. M. Marchandeau, Minister for Commerce, with his experts has gone to Moscow where he hopes to conclude a new agreement extending the good economic relations which have existed over past months.—Reuter Wireless.

PAYMENT IN CASH [ARTICLE]

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PAYMENT IN CASH Soviet Attempt To Reduce Costs Of Credits Reuter Wireless. The Soviet intends, Reuter learns, to pay cash where possible for all order* unless the cost of credit facilities is considerably reduced. Arcos, the Soviet Trading concern is London, this past fortnight has been offering cajsh, even on

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THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD.., (Incorporated in New Zealand). FIRE. MARINE, MOTOR AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. L. C. MARGOLIOUTH, Manager. OFFICE: 2, FINLAYSON GREEN. THE EASTERN BANK LIMITED (Incorporated in England). SINGAPORE BRANCH 4, D'Almeida Street. Authorised and Subscribed Capital £2,000,000 Paid-up-Capital £1,000,000 Reserve Fund and rest 500,000 HEAD OFFICE

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THE EASTERN UNITED ASSURANCE CORPORATION, LTD. FIRE, MARINE, MOTOD CAR, PERSONAL ACCIDENT and WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION INSURANCE. HEAD OFFICE: 16D, Cecil St., Singapore, i r Torrvoov r-<->f«i Manager.

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Nederlandsche Handel.Maatschappij, N. V. (NETHERLANDS TRADING SOCIETY). Established in Amsterdam, 1824. HEAD OFFICE: AMSTERDAM. WITH BRANCHES IN ROTTERDAM AND THE HAGUE, BATAVIA. Branches throughout the Dutch East Indies and in t>he Straits Settlements, India, China, Japan and Arabia. LONDON BANKERS: The National Provincial Bank, Limited. Correspondents in the principal Cities

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WITH ANNUAL INTEREST OF 2«/ 2 p.a. PAID QUARTERLY. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT is your easiest way to save. All the odd cents put carefully aside and regularly deposited will very quickly give you ready money for any possible emergency. Easily accessible and always available you should he* Kate no longer

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SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DAILY PRICES CURRENT. *or X.M.A. No. L X. Ribbed Smoked Sheet. Singapore, Wed lesdav, noon. Spot (loose) 20 21 (F. 0.8.) Current manth 21% 21 Jan March 22 22 1 April June 2"V 2 23% Julyjsept. 24 V» 24% Tone of Market*: Quiet. Latest Cable: London

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!!0urKea3er? page 0t?ar^ain0ft6^z A Straits-born Tamil, married, aged 30, 10 years experience in General Estate Rou- me Brilliant tes imonials. Apply Box V 22, c o Malaya Tribune, Singapore. ~BILLET WANTED—By well-experienced Chinese Head Conductor has thorough knowledge, Asiatic estate management, speaks five dialects, Chinese, little Tamil, holds excellent testimonials,

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THOMAS, ONG COMPANY, 6A, Pudu Road, Kuala Lumpur. General Agents. SINGER Sewing Machines obtained on easy terms. New Modes of Presentation for this X'mas and New Year Season. The famous Dubarry's (London), gift and beauty setg. Many varieties displayed at. and obtainable from Rite way Permanent Waving Ci., 320, Tanjong

RELIEF IN FORMER RED ZONES [ARTICLE]

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RELIEF IN FORMER RED ZONES Nanking Government's Appeal Shanghai, Dec. 4. THE Nanking Government has issued five circulatory telegrams supporting .he coming Fifth Plenary Congress at Nanking, comforting Marshal Chiang Kai Shek, his wounded officers and sold ers in the anti-Red campaign and sufferers in the Red zones, and appealing

LOCAL ACCIDENTS [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL ACCIDENTS Injured By Stray Pellets From A Gun Singapore. Tuesday. A Chinese was accidentally injured by stray pellets in Bout Quay yesterday from, it is alleged, a dog shooter's gun He received two gunshot wounds in both legs and was removed to the General Hospital. A rickshaw puller was

THEFT OF A GOAT [ARTICLE]

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THEFT OF A GOAT Expensive Dinner For Four Indians (From Our Own Reporter) Kuala Lumpur. Monday. Alaggan. an Indian, who pleaded guilty to a charge of criminal misappropriation of a goat belonging to a compatriot at Circular Road, was to-day convicted and sentenced to pay a line of $4 or

CREDIT INSTITUTIONS [ARTICLE]

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CREDIT INSTITUTIONS Control Recommended In Germany Reuter Wireless. Berlin, Nov. 29. Drastic control of credit institutions in Germany by Government is recommended in the report of the committee of enquiry on banking, presided over by Dr. schach which declares it is necessary t r > form a credit control office

THEFT OF JEWELLERY [ARTICLE]

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THEFT OF JEWELLERY Woman's Charge Against Stepson Singapore, Tuesday. Pleading guilty to charge of theft in respect of a quantity of jewellery, valued at $200, a 17-year-old Chinese, Lim Cheng Teck, appeared before tne Second Magistrate (Mr. N. Grice) to-day. lt was disclosed that the complainant was the accused's stepmother.

POSSESSION OF SAMSU [ARTICLE]

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POSSESSION OF SAMSU Convicted on a charge of being found in possession of two pints of samsu. the duty on which was no: proved 'o have been paid, at Sengambut on Nov. 29, a Chinese named Tan Bee was to-day sentenced to pay a fine of $5 or one week's

MOTOR COLLISION IN JOHORE [ARTICLE]

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MOTOR COLLISION IN JOHORE Both Drivers' Licences Suspended (From Our Own Correspondent) Johore Bahru, Dec. 3. AS the result of two cars coming into collision at the IV2 mile. Scudai Road, on the night of Nov. 1, the drivers of both cars were this morning charged before Mr. J. B.

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Small Advertisements (Continued from page 4) I 1 i'UBLIC NOTICES. SINGAPORE MUNICIPALITY. I Draining of Suffolk Road i Thomson Road, to the Boundary of rners an- notified that the plan, speciestimate and provisional apporin connection with the Notices nder Section 101 of Ordinance No nicipal), have been confirmed, and labk

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FOR SALE. RoaJVf i^T 17 721 Sq ft land Koad Suitable for erecting bungalow. Apnly The Manager, 121, Selegie Road, S.ngapure. FOR SALE— One Disc Barbell 120 lbs., one San dow s s spring Gr]p Dumbe l E y' J 144, Tembeling Road, Singap ;re. LADIES TAKE ADVANTAGE: Millinery of

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TO LET. TO LET—No. 38, Scotts Road. S. 0. Baobid, 31, Dhoby Ghaut. TO LET. Available Houses. Plata furnished and unfurnished, accommodation m Pvtosie Homes sales arranged furniture. Co! Prior, 3, Institution H 11. TO LET—Nos. 188 and 190, Orchard R:l. near Pay lion, also 561 566 and 568, Geylang

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IT When Other Remedies FAIL j; j TRY B«BBBBB^i I ■trurMti khrtnrwtuiii ■I k «<>d tHygJ I othrr k m m9M B^^H PRICE 65 CENTS. THE FEDERAL DISPENSARY, Ltd. (Incorporated in the F.M.S.) Raffles Place, Singapore, also at Kuala Lumpur, Klang, Serembau. MEN'S WEAR j For Fashionable Hals, Neckwear, Hosiery,

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

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JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW— TO-DAY'S SHIPPING BRITISH NAVY ADDITIONS Two 9,000-Ton Cruisers To Be Built London, Nov. 16. Two new cruisers with displacements o f 9,000 ion are to be built for the British Navy in shipyard on the Clyde and Tyne. according to an announcement in the

HARBOUR BOARD [ARTICLE]

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HARBOUR BOARD SHIPS ALONGSIDE THE WHARVES OR EXPECTED TO ARRIVE Singapore, Dec. 5. East Wharf (Entrance Gate 1) Rohna 22. Main Wharf (Entrance Gate 3) Carthage 18; Achilles 14; Santhia 11; Ipoh 9; ExploraLmr Grandidier "7. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate 3) Karoa 30; Lossiebank 32, Chinese Prince 35; Peisander 37.

MAILS EXPECTED [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED Mails from Batavia and Palembang by aeroplane are expected at the General Post Office, Singapore, at 5.30 p.m. today From Europe (London mails despatched on Nov. 15», by the Ranchi, due at Penang at 6 a.m. to-mo.rrow. From China and Japan by tne Carthage, due at Singapore at

MAILS DELIVERED [ARTICLE]

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MAILS DELIVERED Left Arid. By Spore London Air Mail 'Imperial) Nov. 25 Dec. 4

MONEY MARKET [ARTICLE]

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MONEY MARKET SELLING. Singapore, Dec. 5. London 3 months' sight 2|4 7,32 London 4 months' sight 2|4 3ilB London GO days' sight 2|4 5:32 London 30 days' sight 2|4Vb London demand 2|4 3|32 London T.T. 2|4 3i32 Lyons and Paris demand U7O Hamburg demand 143 New York demand 575« Batabia

STERLING EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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STERLING EXCHANGE Paris 75 9 32. Sew York 4.95 3 Montreal <4.85-V Brussels 21 1 j. Geneva 15 27. Ants- erclam 7 33' Milan 58 9 32. BPiiin 12.38 B«ockholin iy3o l a Copenhagen 22.39*2 Oslo 19.90' 2 Vienno 27. Hehurtfcfara 226"'.» Prague 118 Madrid 36 5 16. Aiheius 530

PRODUCE [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE Singapore, Dec. 5. R. <Siam> W. Coast N. 1 per Koyan $120 R. iSiamj W. Coast N. 2 per Koyan $113 R. (Siami W. Coast N. 3 per Koyan $116 Rice, B. Siam N. 1 per Koyan $110 Rice, B. Siam N. 2 per Koyan $107 Siam, Al $176

THE PLANCIUS [ARTICLE]

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THE PLANCIUS To Bo Laid Up A Short Spell For Overhauling The X.P.M. steamer, Pinoius. will be. laid up for a short spell for overhauling. The Ophir will rsplace her on the run until ...he resumes service. The Plancius rut s be Java ports, Singapore and Medan.

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, DEC. 5. High Tides.—B.s2 a.m., 10.20 p.m. Rugby: S.C.C. II By. P.S.R.F.C., S.CC, Wiltshires II v. R.E. 11, Tanglin. Hockey: S.C.R.C. v. R.A., S.C.R.C; Podce "A" v. S.C.C, S.C.C; Khalsa v. R. 1., R. 1.; O.R.A. v. Medical

AMUSEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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AMUSEMENTS ALHAMBRA.—"She was a Lady." APOLLO.—"Lanka Dahan" and "Rambha Ranee." CAPITOL "Dames EMPlRE.—"Facing The .Music." GREAT WORLD. —Cabaret Daj.c'.Uft Side-shews, Dean's Grand opera, Cu»nese Wayangs, Cinemas, Talkies, etc. HARMSTON'S CIRCUS. —9.15 pm. Tank Road. MARLBOROUGH.—"Prcm Hindustani lalk c. NEW WORLD.-Cabaret Dancing, Malay Operas, Chinese Wayangs, Cinemas, Talkies, etc. PAVILION.—"NeII Gwyn."

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DAIL? WEATHER REPORT Malayan Meteorological Service La* Yesterday Night Max. Bright Mm. Temp. Rainfall Sunshine. Temp. Stations. Deg. F. Inches. Jlours. Deg. F. Alor S.-ar 85 Nil «.».7 70 Sitiawan 88 Nil 5.0 7:; Ki.ta Bharu 0.07 1.7 74 Bukit Jeram Bf 0,97 *_M 72 Malacca 83 0.00 1.0 78

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[POSTAL 1 NTtLLICEHCC SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY East Africa (Scotland Maru) 2 p.m. Trengganu (except Kretay) (Asdang) 2 p.m. Trengganu (Kretay enly) (Valaya* p.m. Djambi and Koeala Tongkal (Tohiti) 3 p.m. Muntok, Palembang and Pladjoe (Thedens) 3 p.m. Pangkal Pinang (Thedens) 3 p.m Pontianafc (Khoen Hoea) 3 pm. Belawan and

HOTEL SERVANTS FINED [ARTICLE]

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HOTEL SERVANTS FINED Head "Boy" Complains Of Assault Singapore, Tuesday. THE dining room head "boy" employed at Raffles Hotel was the complainant rue/" tnat was hear d before the mV£l ud ge M r H A Forrer) to-day-h£$ ht i* ylam b °y s employed by the hotel and under

CHINESE WEDDINGS [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE WEDDINGS Negri State Soccer Player Married (From Our Own Reporter) Kuala Lumpur. Monday. TWO Chinese wedding took place In Kuala Lumpur yesterday. One was between Mr. Tan Ah Lin. of the Chief Accountant's Office. P.MS Railways, and Miss Chung Chooi Lan younger daughter of Mr. Mrs. ChunThye Tat and

HIT RICKSHA PULLER [ARTICLE]

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HIT RICKSHA PULLER *Dri> er Fined And Compensation Ordered Singapore, Tuesday. 1 A European named K C Gillett was yesterday charged before Mr. C. H. Whitton. the Third Magistrate, with causing hurt by a act to i ricksha puller in Orchard Road last month. Gillett pleaded guilty. The Police stated

JUDGMENT RESERVED [ARTICLE]

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JUDGMENT RESERVED Hearing Of Civil Appeal Concludes Singapore, Wednesday. Judgment was reserved in the Civil Court of Appeal yesterday when the hearing of the appeal of A.R.SJ\ Palaniappa Chettiar against a decision of the Chief Justice, S.S. (Sir Walter Huggard) was concluded. The case was argued before the Chief Justice,

LOCAL BROADCASTING [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL BROADCASTING Programmes For To-day And To-morrow THE wireless programmes for to-day and to-morrow as announced by Station ZHI. Singapore broadcasting on a wavelength of 49.9 metres areas follows: WEDNESDAY 6 p.m.—Recorded Music. 6.30 p.m—Relay of Dance Music by Raffles Hotel Dance Orchestra, under direction of Dan Hcpkins. 6.45 p.m.—Stock

DRUNK AND DISORDERLY [ARTICLE]

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DRUNK AND DISORDERLY Singapore, Tuesday. Convicted on a charge of being drunk and disorderly, an Indian Sundram was fined $1 by the Second Magistrate (Mr. N. Grice) to-day. Sundram was unable to pay the fine and was ordered to remain in court lor the day.

BERLIN, SHORT-WAVE STATION [ARTICLE]

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BERLIN, SHORT-WAVE STATION Wireless Programme For To-Day THE wireless programme for to-day as announced by the German Short-wave E55 Ber,in Br oadcasting House, broadcasung on a wavelengt n of 31 38 metres is as follows: 8.20 p.m.: DJA, DJN Announcement (Germ., Engl.) German Folk Song. Programme Forecast 'Germ., Engl.) 8.05

BREACH OF TRUST [ARTICLE]

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BREACH OF TRUST Employe? Of Borneo Co., Sent To Prison (From Our Own Reporter) Kuala Lumpur, Tuesday. JOO Meow Chong. an ex-employee of the Borneo Company, who was arrested in Penang and recently charged with criminal breach of trust in respect of $3,000. the property of his employers, today pleaded

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE [ARTICLE]

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Chinese Woman Who Took Caustic Soda (From Our Own Reporter) Kuala Lumpur, Monday. A Chinese woman named Tham K.ong appeared before the First Magistrate. Mr. F. K. Wilson, on a charge of attempted suicide by taking caustic soda at Rifle Range Road, last week. Chief Ccurt-Inspector A. E.

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Wireless TO-DAY'S EMPIRE PROGRAMME Gracie Fields Relayed TO-DAY'S Empire wireless programme is as follows:— 6.20 p.m.: Big Ben. The Scottish Studio Orchestra, diree ed by Guy Dames. 7.05 p.m.: Quemin Maclean, at the Organ of the Trocadero Cinema, Elephant and Castle. (Greenwich Time Signal a. 7.20 p.m <-o0 p.m.: The

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THE ARMAMENT'S SITUATION [ARTICLE]

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THE ARMAMENT'S SITUATION New Possibilities Opening Up Reuter Wireless. Berlin, Nov. 30. THE movements of Voh Ribbentrop, Hitler's envoy, continue to p.rouse speculation. Although his recent visit to London and his presence now In Paris are described as private, there is the impression that there is mere behind it. In

REDS RETREAT TO KWEICHOW [ARTICLE]

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REDS RETREAT TO KWEICHOW 'i t 1 i l J Cantonese Troops Return South Hongkong. Dec. b. THE entire Red forces along the northern border of Kwangsi are withdrawing to Kweichow. All attempts made by them to invade northern Kwangsi have been repulsed. A portion of the Reds have made

BRITISH ARMY OFFICERS [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH ARMY OFFICERS Bureau To Assist Them In Finding Work Reuter Wireless. lAndun* Dec. >■ Otlieer's Employment Bureau iias been up to assist retired regular officers, both of the BriLiiih Army ami th* Indian Army, to civil employment. The v,* -1 OXRee Jitnou:: cedent .say that many officer.'! have to

FATHER OF WIRELESS [ARTICLE]

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FATHER OF WIRELESS Mfarcohi Ordered To Take Complete Rest Reuter Wireless. London. Dec. J. It i."- renounced, foliowing medical advice Sifnior Marconi has decided to take a complete rest from work and <o enter a nursine, home for a few we^,K: -Renter Wireless.

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE ENGAGEMENT. [OBITUARY]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE ENGAGEMENT. CHEE— MM. Tlx-ongugement i> announced of Mr, Clu»f Ueitg Watt, third sua Mr. Chct: K»*< Chi-ntf, to Miss l.im Ohoo Nc-n, eldest dn lighter of Mr A: M)> Llui Bah Kt w, »r«* Murm?t' will uki-pht'-c early ni'il m«m h.

FUEL OIL TRANSPORT [ARTICLE]

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FUEL OIL TRANSPORT REPORT of much significance to owners and prospective owners of motor lorries in Malaya was laid on the table at the last meeting of the Legislative Council. At first glance it may seem to be merely a routine matter but perusal of the report reveals that it

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Lord Louis Mountbatten is on board one of the nine destroyers due at Singapore on Dec. 10. The Band of the Wiltshire Regiment wia play at the Singapore Swimming Club from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. The death of Mr. Jacobsen, formerly of the. Siam Electricity Co., Ltd.,

Notes and Comments "Singapore Of The North Pacific" [ARTICLE]

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Notes and Comments "Singapore Of The North Pacific" WITH the Singapore Naval Base nearing completion, it is interesting to learn that what has been called the "Singapore of the North Pacific" is to be established by the United States Government at Dutch Harbour in the Aleutian Islands off the northern

The Opium Problem [ARTICLE]

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The Opium Problem CRITICS of China are fond of pointing to the fact that opium cultivation has not been stopped in spite of many assurances. A correspondent of the Tribune makes a good point when he states that as China is nearly as largo as Europe It is impossible to

Armistice And War-Talk [ARTICLE]

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Armistice And War-Talk SINCE the signing of the armistice over sixteen years ago, there has never been an anniversary of this day Iso full of war-talk as that which hns I just passed. In England, the Prime j Minister, Mr. Ramsay Mac Donald, made I a speech at the Lord

Handbill Litter [ARTICLE]

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Handbill Litter ONE of the commonest forms of public nuisance which seems to be preva- lent In almost every town in Mal3> T a to-day is the litter on the streets caused by the throwing of waste paper and handbills by members of the public. It is a common sight

Topics Of The Day [ARTICLE]

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Topics Of The Day By "Looker-On" ANEW thrill has been added to life on the Cameron Highlands. A tiger, reported to be a man-eater, was abroad, and made off with a cow and two sheep. A But a sturdy hunter was soon on the trail, and the man-eater is no

ON OTHER PAGES [ARTICLE]

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ON OTHER PAGES MOTORING TOPICS, 2 FINANCIAL NEWS, 5. CLUB DIARY, 8. WIRELESS PROGRAMME. 9. R.A.F. BOMBER CRASH, 13. SPORTS NEWS, 16 ajnd 17. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 20 TELEVISION ON THjC WAY, 21. HOW HITLER YOUTH ARE TRAINED 22. ECHO OF FAMOUS .""IRE FRAUD. 23

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Conservative Counci Supports India Report Triumph Of Mr. Baldwin [ARTICLE]

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Conservative Counci Supports India Report Triumph Of Mr. Baldwin MUST UNITE TO FIGHT SOCIALISM Opposition Fears Break-Up Of Empire Reuter. MR. Stanley Baldwin scored a personal triumph at the meeting of the Conservative Council in inducing the Council, by a big majority, to endorse the India Report. He said that

PLANE MISSING [ARTICLE]

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PLANE MISSING No News Of Ulm And His Companions Reuter. San Francisco, Dec. 5. GRAVE fears are now felt for the safety of Mr. C. T. P. Ulm and his companions who started yesterday on survey flight to Australia, and of whom no news has been received', for four hours.

SIAM'S RUBBER QUOTA [ARTICLE]

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SIAM'S RUBBER QUOTA Statistics Of Output Being Collected (From Our Oion Correspondent) Bangkok. Dec. 4. THE Government is now collecting statistics throughout Jie country of trees and output' with a view to consideration by the Committee drawing up proposals to lay before the Assembly on Siam's rubber quota with the

"CANTON" IN FAVOUR OF UNIFICATION" [ARTICLE]

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"CANTON" IN FAVOUR OF UNIFICATION" Statement By Civilian Leader Hongkong, 5. THE South-West Political Council at Canton held a.meeting yesterday to discuss the question of co-operation between Canton and Nanking. Mr. Siao Fat Cheng, a member of the Council, returned to Canton from Hongkong yesterday morning to attend 'he meeting.

CHINA'S NEXT MOVE [ARTICLE]

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CHINA'S NEXT MOVE Compulsory Military Service Reuter. Berlin, Dec. 4. THE Chinese Minister told newspapermen that China would shortly introduce compulsory military service and that Communism would be definitely crushed in the near future. China was feeling 'he world trade depression, but Sino-German trade was making headway.—Reuter.

GERMANY, FRANCE AND THE SAAR [ARTICLE]

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GERMANY, FRANCE AND THE SAAR European Fears HOW EVENTS ARE MOVING Reuter. Berlin, Dec. 1. j "QERMANY is as anxious as any I nation to dispel the clouds oi i fear and suspicion in Europe," declared Baron Yon Neurath, in an exclusive rnterview with Renter a. the Wilhelmstrasse, "and will

MORRO CASTLE DISASTER [ARTICLE]

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MORRO CASTLE DISASTER Grand Jury Indicts Four Defendants Reuter. New York, Dec. 4. THE Federal Grand Jury has indicted Henry Cabaud, vice-president of the New York-Cuba Mails Steamship Co., Captain Warms and Chief Engineer Abbott on seven counts, including misconduct, negligence, inattention to duty and fraud, in connection with the

REICHSTAG FIRE SENSATION [ARTICLE]

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REICHSTAG FIRE SENSATION A Nazi Frame-Up STORM TROOPER'S CONFESSION Reuter. Paris, Dec. 4. THE Reichstag was set on tire on Feb. 27 with the connivance of General Goering and Dr. Goebbels. according to a document published in Le Journal with the autograph signature of the Storm Trooper Karl Ernst, who

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j Make A Point Of Reading I To-day's Bargain Page of Small Adverts. < There Is Money jj In It!

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Woman Bandit Who Kidnapped Men DID NOT HOLD THEM FOR RANSOM [ARTICLE]

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Woman Bandit Who Kidnapped Men DID NOT HOLD THEM FOR RANSOM Carried Two Guns SET UP RECORD IN UNDERWORLD Tientsin, Nov. l' 4 FAMOUS two-gun Chinese moll, one Mrs. Pai, alias Chin Yu, met her Waterloo toaday after setting up a record in the underworld in Tang- shan where she

NEW WORLD CABARET [ARTICLE]

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NEW WORLD CABARET Poppy Day Fund Gala Dance Last Saturday The New World Cabaret was agaii Packed on Saturday night to its fuller capacity when a Gala Dane- was held in aid of the Poppy Day Fund. The Cabare: was tastefully decorated end dancing continued up to 2 a m

SALVADOR DISAPPOINTED [ARTICLE]

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SALVADOR DISAPPOINTED Little Return For Recognising Manchukuo Shanghai, Dec. 5 It is said that Salvador, the South American country which has recognised the Manchukuo, is disappointed ovei its action, as little return has beer made. Up to the present, oniy $1 300 w r orth of Salvadorean coffee has been

GEN. UMETSU INJURED [ARTICLE]

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GEN. UMETSU INJURED Tientsin Commander Falls From Horse Shanghai, Dec. 5. General Umetsn. \hs Commander-in-Chief of the Japanese forces in North China, had an accident yesterday morning. Th* horse he was riding goto frightened and run amuck during manoeuvres at the Japanese barracks In Tientsin > and threw Its rider

MANILA CALAMITY [ARTICLE]

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MANILA CALAMITY Sixth Typhoon Within Two Months Reuter Wireless. Manila, Dec 3. j The* sixth typhoon in two months is raging over the Northern Luion Provinces. The molanshlp Lindbergh was sunk oIT Abuloi», In the meanlirur. belated reports of ii t yPh°on give the deathw,,h evenly missing —Router

THE CINEMAS "DAMES" NOW AT THE CAPITOL [ARTICLE]

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THE CINEMAS "DAMES" NOW AT THE CAPITOL Another Fine Song And Dance Show i WHEN we see the "sequences," as are called, in these glittering Holly wood musical productions, it seems always that the ultimate has been reached. Yet still the- clever people who evolve these spectacles manage to go

MR. E. G. GOLLO [ARTICLE]

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MR. E. G. GOLLO Weil-Known Bangkok Resident's Death In Italy The death occurred recently at Turin of Mr. E. G. Gollo, formerly chief engineer of the Ministry of Local Government in Bangkok. Mr. Gollo. who was 61, was 25 years in Siam, retiring ten years ago. He was associated with

POOR CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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POOR CHILDREN Christmas Parties To Be Given By Rotary Club JSJ C V 3als of schools wishing to obtain v^~ S J° r 0 child ren, from 6to 12 X?V2 o age v for tne Christmas parties to be given by the Singapore Rotary F m* are apply by messenger

CAMERON HIGHLANDS MAN-EATER [ARTICLE]

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CAMERON HIGHLANDS MAN-EATER Bagged After Two-Night Vigil THE Cameron Highlands tiger, believed to be a man-eater, s no more. It was shot by Mr. Donald Kennieson at 5.30 on Monday morning (states the Times of Malaya K and, as early reports stated, proved to be a huge beast, one of

PEACE MOVEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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PEACE MOVEMENTS I Nanking Mission In Hongkong Hongkong, Dec. 4 DR Sun Fo i chairman of the Legislaiv Yupm, Dr. Wang CliUQg Hual tmember of the Int. riutional Court» comprising the Nanking p.ace mission to South China, arrived at Hongkonyesterday evening. Interviewed by Pressmen, they said hnt their visit was

MAILS FROM SHANGHAI [ARTICLE]

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MAILS FROM SHANGHAI Delay By Non-Despatch Via Siberia j i Reuter. London. Dec. 3. In the House of Commons. Mr. W. Nunn (Conservative Member for Whitehaven I drew attention to the fact tha: mails from Shanghai were not despatched via Siberia and therefore took eve; r week longer than malls

FAMILY BENEFIT SOCIETY [ARTICLE]

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FAMILY BENEFIT SOCIETY Healthy Stat? Of The Finances THE Singapore Family Benefit Society held their 21a annual meeting in the Victoria Memorial Hall yesterday. Due to the absence of the Pre. ident (Dr. H. T. Wee), who was unable to attend, and the Vice-President (Dr. C. J. Paglar), who was

PIRATES AT YINGKOW [ARTICLE]

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PIRATES AT YINGKOW Attempt To Loot Manchukuo Train ShiUgliUl. D -tv 5 A lurce of pirates tended the vicinity of Yingkow «Newchwatr,• I yesterday. They attempted to U>ot I train 011 the raiiwav running on 10 I Mukden bui Wt-ro repulsed by the Mali chukuo garrison Yingfcow Is a port

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Divine Service in English will be conducted by the Rev. A. S. Moor? Andersor. M.A.. oil Sunday at 6.30 pm. in the Chinese Pretbyterfan Church. Jalan SalLh. Muar.

INQUEST ON DR. WILTSHIRE [ARTICLE]

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INQUEST ON DR. WILTSHIRE liesuincil H?arin^ WITNK.SS WHO SAW THE ACCIDKXT fFrom Our Qwrt ttvjscnu-i Kuala Lumpur. I.i. .1 THE JiiiNrittir vva- i«» »4. before the Coronal', Mi j Biddulph. at Uui/upu-M 1 J a of I>t\ J. L. Wiluhitv. Ih* lh Rosearch Institute t'hfmuui who whs killed in un«».■

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R.A.F. Bomber Crashes Near Alor Star AIRMEN LAND BY PARACHUTE [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. Bomber Crashes Near Alor Star AIRMEN LAND BY PARACHUTE Narrow. Escape ii OVERCOME BY I I'.VIES S'i 1 1i-T«j |wnv, Wed nesday. IF.ITT- Atholl K, Painh i Anvrattsman Keen ii u from aeriOus init i»'ii machine, one of four I No. i India Wlnjr Squall Horily after leaving a-

The Chief Scout. Lord Baden-Powell, shaking hands with Singapore and Johore Scout patrol leaders at the big rally at Jalan Besar Stadium. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Chief Scout. Lord Baden-Powell, shaking hands with Singapore and Johore Scout patrol leaders at the big rally at Jalan Besar Stadium.

CIVIL COURT OF APPEAL [ARTICLE]

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CIVIL COURT OF APPEAL Dispute Over Land Possession Singapore. Wednesday. I»HE full Civil Court oi Appeal to-aay j delivered judgment in the appeal of How Khquee Yee against a decision Mr Jus ice Prichard in the Supreme Conn. The respondents in the appeal were Tim Kee Tug and Lwee Kuan

OPIUM IN CHINA [ARTICLE]

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OPIUM IN CHINA Four Hundred Smokers Arrested Shanghai, Dec. 5. T Municipality of Nanking is vigorously conducting an anti-opium drive in the city. During the past days more than 400 opium-smokers been arrested and will be dealt under the anti-opium laws tna. newly come into force. In this connection it

OUTRAM SCHOOL PLAY [ARTICLE]

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OUTRAM SCHOOL PLAY Arabian Nights 99 Comedy Presented A LARGE gathering of parents and visitors spent an enjoyable evening en Monday, when the Std. V boys ot Outram School gave the las. 'performance of their annual play. Among those present were Mr. H. R. Cheeseman. Mr. Mcleod. Mr. F. C.

GOLD MINE AT KECHAU [ARTICLE]

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GOLD MINE AT KECHAU Rich Lode Discovered Recently (From Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lipis, Dec. 4. THE 3an Thong Loong Gold Mining Syndicate, situated at Kechau and about four miles down the Jelai river from Kuala Lipis, struck a rich go.dbearing lode in the mines a few days ago. This

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The death took place at Klang on Saturday afternoon of the 22 months' old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril S ork The Rev. J. G. Hall officiated at the burial service a the Klang Cemetery on Sunday, the funeral being largely a tended.

MAGIC, MIRTH AND MYSTERY [ARTICLE]

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MAGIC, MIRTH AND MYSTERY Carter The Gr3at SUCCESSFUL FIRST NIGHT LIKE the majority of people who think they have seen all there is to see about magic on the stage, i went to the Victoria Theatre last night to see Carter the Great pre pared to be mildly amused by

LAWYER'S CLERK CHARGED [ARTICLE]

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LAWYER'S CLERK CHARGED Singapor?. Wednesday. Ho Sing Quan, described as a lawyer's clerk, appeared before Mr. J. M. Brander, the Third Magistrate, this morning on a charg? of criminal misappropriation of $1.50, allegedly belonging to a woman named Ong Toon. The accused claimed to be tried, and the case was

CHINA COSMETICS [ARTICLE]

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CHINA COSMETICS Min Kuo Jih Pao. Shanghai. Doc. 4. The Foreign Trade Bureau reports that the imports of cosmetics into China for the first ten months of this year were $20,000 more than the figure for the corresponding period last year. ToileJ articles imported amounted to $60.000 —Mm Kuo Jih

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WELTER-WEIGHT FROM JAPAN TO MAKE HIS DEBUT WILL YOUNG ALDE BEAT RIVERS? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WELTER-WEIGHT FROM JAPAN TO MAKE HIS DEBUT WILL YOUNG ALDE BEAT RIVERS? Merits Discussed FRIDAY'S BATTLE AT OLYMPIC STADIUM (By "X.0.") Singapore, Wednesday. PROBABLY no other foreigner has aroused as much interest amongst local sportsman as Young Aide, the iVilipino-Japanese, who has been especially imported by Mr. Sng Chwee Seng

MALAYA CUP RUGGER [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA CUP RUGGER Johore's Team Against Negri-Malacca THE following have been invited to play for Johore in the Malaya Cup against; Negri-Malacca on Saturday. Dec. 8. at Seremban. Kick off 5 pm.:— J. B. Dudgeon A. G. Robb N. T. Bewicke W. S. Morgan J. A. S. Tavlor C. G.

A throw-in during yesterdays match in the S.C.C. Rugby tournament which resulted in the United Services Officers beating the' Etceteras by ten points to six. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A throw-in during yesterdays match in the S.C.C. Rugby tournament which resulted in the United Services Officers beating the' Etceteras by ten points to six.

HOCKEY TEAMS [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY TEAMS Singapore, Wednesday. The following will represeit the S.R.C. Ist against the S.C.C. Is: on the S.R.C. ground to-morrow. O. C. Aeria; A. Armstrong, C. A. Norris; L Alvi's. J. de Souza, G. Ross; Dr. R. C. Oehlers. X. Sullivan, G. B. Armstrong, G. Valberg, C. de Souza. The

RUGBY FOOTBALL [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY FOOTBALL Police Beat Selangor Chinese From Our Own R porter J lvUA;ii Lumpni Tut*day. ARI Gl.i k iI) Wii- put •<d on Hit Svlangor i lul) h afternoon be-Wi'L'ii i)ii- S.L.R.t". Jtn i ihc Police, the «ante fluting ir. ;i win j.»r 'l.c pol men b> n «>ol arid

HOCKEY [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY Medical College Beaten By Two Goals An mu iL.-.rti I- vrnrae i«f hockey was I played tetv.vcn D.vrul Bahnr Club and ii»' Mctfica! Coll on the Jatte:'s ground on Dr 3 A iaitly n»'v i-j'.N /:v, .!i« a Darui I Bahar Club Warners by two goaU ro nil after

INTER-VARSITY RELAY RACES [ARTICLE]

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INTER-VARSITY RELAY RACES Oxford Beaten 6—l At Fenners Reuter Wireless. London, Dec. 2. /CAMBRIDGE won the Inter-University \j Reiay Races at Fenners by defeatins Oxford by 6 events to 1 event. The Can.abs only failure was in the naif mile low hurdles, in which they were disqualified owing to faulty

A TENNIS PLAYER [ARTICLE]

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A TENNIS PLAYER Latest Proposal Of The English L.T.A. THE iitesc proposal of the Lawn Tennis Association of England, that players connected with the sale or manufacture of sports requisites should not be permitted to take part in amaUur open events, is not receiving much bupport. It is unlikely to

HITLER AS PATRON [ARTICLE]

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HITLER AS PATRON Olympic Games In 1936 Reuter Wireless. Berlin. Dc-c. 1 FIERR Hitler has accepted patronage ol |J the Olympic Games to be he!d in Berlin in 1936 which Is vacair owing, to the death of President Hindenburg Br tain Is among the eleven nations which has not yet

40 POINTS TO. 9! [ARTICLE]

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40 POINTS TO. 9! Cambridge's Convincing Rugby Win Reuter. London, Dec. I. Cambridge University beat Mr. J. E Greenwoods XV in the Rugby Union today by 40 points to 9.—Reuter.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The following have been invited to play hockey for S.C.C. v. Old Rafflesians on Monday, Dec. 10, at S.C.C.:—W. B. Kruysmulder; Lt. H. C. W. Eking and Lt. M. T. L. Wilkinson; W. Hannay, C. A. F. Kalhorn and R. V. Welch; D. L. Rothera. J. E. C. Mitchell, S.

Entries For Perak Amateur Races [ARTICLE]

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Entries For Perak Amateur Races Two-Day Meet Opens At Ipoh On Friday JTHE two-day Amateur Meeting of »h e fVrak 7'urf Cluli will Uv 1 in IpoJi on Friday'und Saturday, the entries including h. in class 1 and 47 ponies in classes 2 and 3. The events for horses will

An incident in yesterday's rugby match between the United Services Officers and the Etceteras. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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An incident in yesterday's rugby match between the United Services Officers and the Etceteras.

CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF [ARTICLE]

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CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF Australian Sets Up New Record Reuter. I Adelaide, Dec. 4. AN the Seaton Kooyonga Course, Leo Diegel established a world's record for championship golf with ail ablegate of 282. winning (he John Martin Purse with rounds of (IB 69 and *****. The previcus best was Sarassen's »n 1932.

JOHORE BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE BADMINTON (From Our Own Correspondent J Johore Bahru, Dec. 2. The Batu Pahat Club badminton tournament were concluded on Saturday when the doubles final was played off, La iff and Sulaiman beating R. A. Alfred and Koh Eng Cnin 21—C, 21—15. tt R A A,fred w n l he

K.L. HOCKEY [ARTICLE]

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K.L. HOCKEY Colts Beat S?langor Club From Our Own Reporter Kuula Lumpur. Tu«>il'\ THE Selangor Colts scorv J i «U;u > victory by 5 roiiU to nil when >h» s w the Sviungor Club on too ptuluo,. Ii afternoon. 1 This was the Jir»t mutch .»1 tb. between ihcsc itams,

JOHORE SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE SOCCER (Frcm Our Own Correspcmden Johore Bahr I, I te< The K. V. C. Football (li bo Panjang, Siak, vsi in</ Batu Pahat, suffered two defeats at the hands f the V Men's Association 6—l, an! the B Paha XI 6—4,

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Services Officers Maintain Unbeaten Record [ARTICLE]

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Services Officers Maintain Unbeaten Record Etceteras Beaten In S.C.C. Rugby Tournament j Singapore, Wednesday. THE Combined Services Officers I strengthened their position at the head ot* the S.C.C. Rugby tournament table by defeating the Etceteras on the padang yesterday by 10 points (two goals) to 6 (two tries). They hay

ISLAND CLUB GOLF [ARTICLE]

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ISLAND CLUB GOLF Qualifying Round For Captain's Cup THE following cards were returned n the qualifying round for the above competition:— Surg. tora. Kainsford 82—12=70X K. faj.ri 90—19=71 A Cheng Lia. 88—16==72X 1. Oshima 83—10=73X L. Langdon Williams 89—15=74X K. C feu 90—1G=74X E. E. dc Souza 92—18=74X Commr. Moore

SPORT IN K.L. [ARTICLE]

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SPORT IN K.L. Polio? Defeat S.C.R.C. In Rugby Match (From Our Own Reporter/ Kuala Lumpur. Tuesday. IN a rv y match on the padang today the Police beat the S.C.R.C. by a goal and two tries (11 points* to a try (3 points). In a hockey match, also played on

SELANGOR'S XI [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR'S XI For Hockey Match Against Penang On Saturday tFrom Our Own Reporter) Kuala Lumpur, Dec. 1 Pcnang will travel down to Kuala. Lumpur lo play their hockey fixture on Saturday against the invincible eleven Sriangor will be fielding the eleven which beat Negri laisi Saturday, wilii the exception of

CONVINCING WIN AT HOCKEY [ARTICLE]

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CONVINCING WIN AT HOCKEY Police Notch Five CHINESE BEATEN BY TEAM WORK Singapore, Wednesday. THE Police scored quite a convincing victory when they beat lite S.C.R.C. by five goals to one at the Depot yesterday. Although the Chinese were beaten by such a large margin, they put up a keen

SINGAPORE SPORT [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SPORT Combined Services' Rugby Success Singapore, Wednesday rfE Combined Services Officers feattd the Etceteras in the S.CC* ruqoy tournament fhis evening or 10 points itwo «onlsi to 0 «two irko*. Thi» Combined S'Tvirea have thus win all the four mrtchr.s they have p!ay «1 and have fwo more to

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RELATIONS BETWEEN PARTNERS [ARTICLE]

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RELATIONS BETWEEN PARTNERS Judge's Remark In Appeal Case Singapore, Tuesday. I S Uready reported, judgmeni wa.s de/I livered by Mr. Justice a'Beclcett Terrell in the Supreme Courj this morning In the appeal of Lee Song Kiat against his conviction by the District Judge on three charges of criminal breach of

"THE FLYING SCOTSMAN" [ARTICLE]

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"THE FLYING SCOTSMAN" Establishes New British Record Reuter Wireless. London. Nov. 30. A wonderful nm of 186 miics in ILSI IP mules was made by "The Flying Srotsman "drawing four coaches Irom London to Leeds to-day. The fa.stest speed was 94 miles per hours The normal time, with stops, is

COMMUNISTS' PARTY IN GERMANY [ARTICLE]

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COMMUNISTS' PARTY IN GERMANY Schoolboy Among The Accused Reuter Wireless. Berlin, Dec. 1. EIGHTEEN ci twenty-four persons tried in the. Berlin People's Court have been found guilty oi founding "a New Communist Party" for the purpose of overthrowing the State and received sentences ranging from 15 to 36 months' imprisonment.

M. KIROV'S MURDER [ARTICLE]

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M. KIROV'S MURDER Little Known Of Real Circumstances Reuter Wireless. Moscow. Dec. 2. THE whole of the U.S.S.R. is mourning for. 11 Kirov who was one of the leading members of the regime and M. Stalin's right-hand man. Black-bordered red flags are flying in the streets and the papers devote

FRENCH GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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FRENCH GOVERNMENT Vote Of Confidence On Budget Debate Reuter Wireless. Paris, Dec. 1. The Chamber voted confidence in the Government by rejecting by 457 votes to 120 a demand for suppression of the Government's secret, funds during the discussion on the Budget for the Ministry of the Interior. M. Flandin.

ITALY DECLINES [ARTICLE]

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ITALY DECLINES Japan's Suggestion Turned Down Reuter Wireless. Rome, Dec. 3. Italy has declined Japan's suggestion for abrogation of the Washington Treaty. It is stated Italy desires to avoid the suggestion of the creation of a block of nations.—Reuter Wireless.

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NOT MANUFACTURING CLERKS [ARTICLE]

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NOT MANUFACTURING CLERKS Inspector Of Schools' Protest A STRONG protest against the allega- ton that the schools were "engaged m L fac J." rine c,erfcs was m adn ky Mr. H. R. Che?scman. the new Inspector of Schools, at a gathering of tcachcrs hold to welcome him. i The meeting

GOVERNMENT HOUSE [ARTICLE]

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE Sunday. Nov. 25. In the afternoon His Excellency and Lady Thomas and Miss Thomas were present at the Singapore Polo Club Gymkhana and afterwards Lady Thomas I gave away the prizes. Monday. 26. In the afternoon H s Excellency and Lady Thomas were present at a tea j

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OUR READERS VIEWS [ARTICLE]

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OUR READERS VIEWS Letters To 7he [Our readers are invited to write to us on subjects of public interest. It must be understood that the "Malaya Tribune" does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspond' ents LETTERS SHOULD BE AS BRIEF ,L OSSIBLE preferably typewritten (double spacing), and on one

Japanese Trade [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Trade (To the Editor, the Malaya Tribune) Surfeil of anti-Japanese propaganda it was most refreshing to tind that your paper, far KSUTdress S ?o Ve f ,l Ul^ PUbliCity t0 Mr Soda's MOress to the Caicuiia Rotary Club It is the most instructive article on Japanese trade I have

Dressers And Holidays [ARTICLE]

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Dressers And Holidays <To the Editor, Malaya Tribune; Sir. -In almost all the festivities of hSEJ?" 8 10 ht communities' «stoms, holidays are given. We have Jhrlstmas and New Year hoi day* Jhtoeae New Year holidays East-r 1 n,? ay n- A^ US: Bank holidays, c -Si a these S

China And Opium [ARTICLE]

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China And Opium (To the Editor, Malaya Tribune) Sir.-In considering ..he opium proW m in China one has to bear in mind mat China is almo:: as large as Europe and that her present difficulties are of an exceptional nature. During th e years 1930 to 1934 rapid change have

BELGIAN POLITICS [ARTICLE]

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BELGIAN POLITICS Reuter Wireless. Brussels, Nov. 29. The Chamber by 93 votes to 83 votes with five abstentions voled confidence In the new Theunis Cabinet.—Reuter Wire- I less. 1

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Little Boy's Face In Awful State Healed by Cuticura I had great trouble with my little boy His trouble began with a cold sore as i thought, and it spread all over his iJ, and through his head. It was of a dry nature and crusted and his face was

TELEVISION ON THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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TELEVISION ON THE WAY German Research COMBINING THE USE OF TELEPHONE JF the public has grown impatient, nobody should be surprised. Too many promises have been made. Years ago, when it was first definitely proved that television was a scientific possibility, imaginative writers drew alluring pictures of the way our

CURIOUS HOBBY [ARTICLE]

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CURIOUS HOBBY Woman Who Mothers A Seal <By Air Mall) (From Our o?tw Corrc9poude?it) London. BABY seal, on hunger strikp .it the Zoo here, has tauglv to take food by a woman who "pretended •o be a seal." It refused to eat— until Miss Wendy Wood offered to fake care

MALAYA RUBBER STATISTICS [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA RUBBER STATISTICS Ocean shipments of rubber, including Latex, Reverb and Com-en'ra.ed La-ex. _rtirinp .be month -112 li>34. Sheet and Crepe Latex, Reverie* Total Grand Name of Port Transhipment Export Strajts Malay sin,'it"'' Malay To al K- JS2L Transhipment Se »en,en a States si i "> "tfs "2 ><■"" I-IZ7

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HOW HITLER YOUTH ARE TRAINED [ARTICLE]

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HOW HITLER YOUTH ARE TRAINED Semi-Military Basis LIFE IN "LEADERSHIP SCHOOLS" Berlin. HOW Germany's young men are being trained in the new National-Socialist philosophy has jus I been demonstrated to a party o British, American and other foreign visitors who have returned to Berlin from an officially-conducted tour of three

INCREASED TAXES [ARTICLE]

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INCREASED TAXES To Discourage Individual Farming In Russia Moscow. A decree of the Central Executive Committee has imposed a series of extraordinary taxes on dividual peasant farmers in Rnssia. Under the decree, sums ranging from 15 to 125 roubles per year be paid by the individual peasant, the amount depending

FELL FROM TRAIN [ARTICLE]

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FELL FROM TRAIN Boy Found Unhurt In Middle Of Track Specia, Italy. The Rome-Turin express, had jus' oassed through the Riomaggiore tunn 1 when someone pulled the communication cord, and the great train ut one Cr:w up with a grinding of brakes. The guard investigated, and foun-1 ihat it had

CHILE'S "BLUE" ARMY [ARTICLE]

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CHILE'S "BLUE" ARMY Parade To Swear To Defend Constitutionalism Sjin'iuce Chile. Frtrty 'housanil mcmtors of Chiles t VII urniy. known it* the- "lilue Uvt. rail*." tuten-u"! a parade ht>re I<»r th. of »wiarin«? to dvi'cwri etmr-ttu tionuiisin. The "Blur" urtny whoh «us led !>v GfiU'»ill Julio Si'hwiirxeitbf'u (jriwun hileun, im'louletl

FOR PRIVATE USE [ARTICLE]

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FOR PRIVATE USE Man Who Took Away A Publi Bath Copenhagen. When the caretaker arlived to ope the public bath* at Bronip in Jylland h •totted that a window had been forced After a careful examination of th premises h e could find nothing missin t except a solid porcelain

CULTURE DRIVE IN RUSSIA [ARTICLE]

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CULTURE DRIVE IN RUSSIA Revival Of Individual;J In The Uoiki r I rDIVIDUAIJSM munlat Ru> i;i Ev ry fuclorv \> a*. »3Ughi thai he r himself, nnd not mil' he State in «ennui Further evident individualist outlook new movent', n? in v factories s,ucrj\| j 'he client con hov i

ARYA SAMAJ, SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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ARYA SAMAJ, SINGAPORE Relief For Earthquake I Dentil uirs I I fit- fallowing a, j .fvontli uaiiua] jrrpt rt S ujrnpuiv, pr- «.nlo-J u, mrt'iir.* !> •[<; -j pore, on Sunday. .\„v. I RELIEF Wnfllv It* i» w ithm tJii> kii(>\vl,-»ii<, Otrs ntui h public, in y. lflOSi ll t>;i

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ECHO OF FAMOUS FIRE FRAUD [ARTICLE]

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ECHO OF FAMOUS FIRE FRAUD Leopold Harris Again Witness In Charges Agatnst Two Men London, Nov. 7. j IPOLD Harris, the City fire L claims insurance assessor, now ing a sentence of fourteen years' rial servitude passed on him at the Bailey in August last year on a ber of

BAIT FOR TOURISTS [ARTICLE]

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BAIT FOR TOURISTS Weird Dances And Hunting In Russia MoscowPicturesque dances, including what i* t' al described as a stately "shimmy" to weird native music, theatre festivals lad huniin* of almosS any kind of garni from bears to squirrels. These are some of the attractions with u'hlch it jc hoped

FAMOUS ENGINEER DEAD [ARTICLE]

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MARKET LIST Details Of Current Prices Singapore, Nov. 30. MEAT Beef, steak, (round) kati 32 Beef, stew or curry, kati 28 Pork, lean, kati 42 Pork, lean and fat (Ist quality), kati 32 Mutton, Australian, ocr lb. 33 Fowl, kati 32 Hens (locally reared), kati 4C Ducks (Java), each 46

MARKET LIST [ARTICLE]

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COMPLACENCY ATTACKER Winchester College Ffaa "Old Boy" As Head 'By Air Mailt Mr Spencer Leeson. the 42-year-old headmaster of the Old Merchant Taylors' School. London, has been appointed headmaster of Winchester College in succession to Dr. A- T. P- Wiiliams, now Dean of Christ Church. Oxford, Mr. Leeson was educated

COMPLACENCY ATTACKER [ARTICLE]

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"UNSIGHTLY" SPECTACLE The spectacle or women selling flag; for charity is "revolting" to a Singa lese according to a Buddhist pnesv ftere. In a srrmon, he said that, while he would not like to detract from tnS value of flag days, he could no* but remark that the spectacle of

"UNSIGHTLY" SPECTACLE [ARTICLE]

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Discovery In New Jersey A SPOKESMAN of the Minisry of Foreign Affairs declared this morning that no official report has ye', been received regarding the alleged slave running gang m New Jersey when 35 Chinese, believed io have been smuggled from Trinidad t 0 the United States, were found chained

CHINESE SLAVES IN AMERICA [ARTICLE]

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SEA SERPENT HOAX "Remains" Washed Ashore In Lake Michigan Ludington, Michigan, Hundreds of people saw a huge and terrifying monster in lake Michigar last summer. Remains of the s~a serpent have now been washed up n°ar a lighthouse here Th?v Include the had and a part ol the boody. The

SEA SERPENT HOAX [ARTICLE]

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FELL DEAD FROM SHOCK Airman's Father Terrified By "Stunfs" Display Rotterdam. Seme brilliant trick-flying by a Dllot in the Dutch Air Force has been the caure of his father's death. /The pilot, vdsht-Lieut. Van Giessen flew over his father's hou*e and star ed to carry out various halr-iaisisv* tunts." Watching

FELL DEAD FROM SHOCK [ARTICLE]

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SEX POPULATION Women Outnumber Men In Turkey Istanbul. Marriage is becoming increasingly popular in Turkey, according to statistics publisher here. In 1932, (here were 4.813 marriages in Is'anbul—contrasted with 2 899 in 1927. The figures also show th-u women outnumber men in Turkey. For every 1.000 Turkish men there are

SEX POPULATION [ARTICLE]

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GIANT CHICKENS Rearing By Artificial Sunlight Moscow. Giant chickens^—reared in artificial sunlight—are to be bred in Moscow so that Russ an workers will be able 'to afford chicken dinners. The chickens will be kep 1 in pitch-dark pens. But. for I certain number of hours each day. *hey will bask

GIANT CHICKENS [ARTICLE]

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FAMOUS ENGINEER DEAD Man Who Invented Football Goal Nets (By Air Mail) London, Nov. 19. Mr John Brodie. formerly chief engineer of Liverpool, and the inventor of goal nets used in Association football, has died at his home in Liverpool, at the age of 76. During his 27 years as

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THE hot weather always made work an IV effort and recreation less enjoyable 'J' "But now, thanks to Waterbury's C ompound, I am filled with new vitality! I feel fresh and vigorous. I eagerly attack my daily tasks and have an abundance of excess- energy to enjoy life." C** 0

Modern Comfort In The Air And At Sea [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Modern Comfort In The Air And At Sea Arrival In Amsterdam of the X.L.M. plane piloted by Parmentier and Moll after the splendid flight to Melbourne and sack. These panes and the Imperial Airways planes represent the last word in air comfort. The new twin-screw moiorship Cordillera, of the Hamburg-Amerika

The first-class tea pavilion in ihe Cordillera, the Hamburg-Amerika's new motorship for the Far I [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The first-class tea pavilion in ihe Cordillera, the Hamburg-Amerika's new motorship for the Far I

The Boxing Team of the Ist Batt. The Royal Sussex Regiment now stationed at Devonport, who won the Western Counties Amateur Boxing Associate on competition. In the centre is the Sports Officer and by hi* side is Frank Harvey, the well-known boxer, who trained the team [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Boxing Team of the Ist Batt. The Royal Sussex Regiment now stationed at Devonport, who won the Western Counties Amateur Boxing Associate on competition. In the centre is the Sports Officer and by hi* side is Frank Harvey, the well-known boxer, who trained the team

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