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Malaya Tribune, 12 September 1936

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The Malaya Tribune National Newspaper: Guaranteed Largest Sales Vol. XXIII, -No. 216. SINGAPORE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1936 FIVE CENTS. The Malaya Tribune. Singapore: Saturday, Sepl. 12, 1936. The Malaya Tribune 24 PAGES SINGAPORE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1936. FI VE CENTS

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Read The SUN DA V j TRIBUNE Dominant In frlalaya j Skepxixed fry a >pecud pwceM which conivtuei the twuxishuig K^*'' '^^zzz^rti^^ p.uipxxUe* of the auqinat xich caw* tnilh, Hactcqen w -^$9s^ fridaneed fry the addUian of mdk tiujut and cxeam to that y////// "Ul t fined campaMtian cfxiyely xexemfries

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THE NEWS j WITH YOUR BREAKFAST Try The i MORMV*. TRIBUNE 1

AMERICAN RUBBER CONSUMPTION [ARTICLE]

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AMERICAN RUBBER CONSUMPTION A Revival In Tr« t |r Conditions RUHBEU shares. have .uli> their n-'Cul aim.,.», With tjic aUDUCKA <>t tfi,. < the of tilt IcaclU' 1 «ttprtac. wliU'ii are bt/v c«r.*u ward uuite reasonable Over the past month* > \t> Bvmin*ton and Wilum pohi ~t fl weekly report

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"PUROSAN" Ij I EAST is acknowledged the best medium to purify the blood, strengthening of nerves and generally fortifying the system. Regular use of YEAST prevents physical weakness and mental slackness. YEAST is no drug, it is a natural product easily assimilated even by the weakest constitutions BUT Yeast in

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FOR SALF—Zeiss Binocular Deltrentis 8 x 30. Inspection by appointment. No. 17, Lembu Road. FOR SALE—2 males and 4 females, full grown Black and White Turkeys at $15 per pair or nearest offer. Apply Yin. 21A Birch Road, Kuala Lumpur. DEEPAVALl—Arumynathan, Proprietor, Saratha Silk-Sari 3 ore, 72 Ampang Street, K.L.,

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GOVERNMENT OF JOHORE IN THE COURT OF THE JUDGE AT JOHORE BAHRU. Civil Suit No. 42 of 1933. Chcttinad Bank Limited, a Company incorporated in Pudukkottah State, India, now carrying on business at No. 15 Church Street, Kuala Lumpur Plaintiffs. Against Gan Sang of No. 21-F, Temiang Road, Seremban Defendant.

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STATE OF JOHORE IN THE COURT OF THE JUDGE AT JOHORE BAHRU Chargee's Appn: No. 15 of 1936 S. R. M. RAMASAMY CHETTIAR of No. 36. Jalan Tan Hcok Nee, Jotacrc Bahru Chargec and POW CHAT CHENG also spelt as POW CHIAT CHENG of No. 5, Jalan Segget, Johore Bahru,

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NOTICE TO MARINERS Owners and masters of shipping are requested to keep their vessels as clear of the range as possible during the sun practice which will take p'ace from Pulau Tekong 'Changi Area' on Sept. 14 at 7 p.m.. from Blekang Mali (Wesl Area* on Sept. 15 at 7

SHIPPING NEWS & NOTICES 2 FRENCH LINERS RECONSTRUCTED [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING NEWS NOTICES 2 FRENCH LINERS RECONSTRUCTED Improved Speed CHANGES IN HULLS AND MACHINES 'JWO large French liners belonging to the Messageries Maritime* have just been reconstructed by the Societe Provencale de Constructions Navales. The reconstruction in both ships affected the form of the hulls and the power of the

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Mr. Eric R. Hudson, superintendent of the extension services of the Tasmanian Agricultural Department, has been appointed director of the Agricultural College at Canterbury. New Zealand, and is to take up his now duties on Nov. 1.

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STEAMER SAILINGS BRITISH INDIA P. O. S. N. CO.'s SAILINGS: OUTWARDS. Due. Tonnage. Spore. ISM RAWALPINDI 17,000 In port SOUDAN 6,500 Sept. 23 CORFU 15,000 Sept. 25 RANG HI 17,000 Oct. 9 BUKDWAN 6,070 Oct. 22 CARTHAGE 15,000 Oct. 23 N ALDER A 16,000 Nov. 6 SOMALI 6,810 Nov. 18

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Y. K. LINE GENERAL PASSENGER AGENTS, CUNARD WHITE STAR, LTD., (Incorporated in Japan). To LONDON, via Penang, Colombo, Aden, Port Said, Marseilles Gibraltar, t ms. TERUKUNI MARU Sept. 16 s.s. HAKUSAN MARU 1 ss HARUNA MARU Oct. 15 Rates to Ist Class Said Class Naples $497 $540 $317 $343 Marseilles

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iM. M. LINE (Incorporated in Fiance) (MESSAGERIES MARITIMES) General Agents for Cie GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE Air-FRANCE MAIL PASSENGER CARGO SERVICES Homeward for Colombo, Djibouti, Port Said and Marseilles PRES. DOUMER 11,898 T. Sept. 15 CHENONCEAUX 14,825 T. Sept. 29 EXPLORATEUR GRANDIDIER 10,267 T. Oct. 2 D'ARTAGNAN 15,105 T. Oct. 13 SPHINX

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PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE. BANGKOK LINE. Luxurious One Class Motorships. Moi t Cabins have adjoining private bath. Excellent Cuisine. FOR MARSEILLES, LONDON, ROTTERDAM. HAMBURG AND COPENHAGEN From From From From M.S. Spore Malacca P.STiam P'ng ERRIA 12-1 12-1 13-1 15-: LALANDIA 2-2 2-2 3-2 5-2 JUTLANDIA 23-2 23-2 24-2 16-2

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STEAMER SAILINGS w_ NORDDEUTSCHER lloyd \f —3 (Incorporated In Germany). The undernoted arc tne Company*' Intended fixtures:— OUTWARDS. For MANILA, HONGKONG, SHANGHAI NORTH CHINA JAPAN. Due B'poft S "ISAR" omits Penang, Port Swettenham, H'Kong S'hai Sept. 26 "CREFELD" omits Singapore and Manila, Due Penang Sept. 29 Port Swettenham Sept. 30

Malayan Chinese Notes [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Chinese Notes "Aeroplane Purchasing" Campaign—s2so,ooo Collected In Singapore—Trade Push In Malaya—Bank Of China To Have Branch In Bangkok?— Mr. Chua Boon Lay In Europe —A Dream Comes True—Progress Of Cinema Industry 1 In China (By Our Chinese Correspondent) UNDERSTAND that the fund for purchasing planes to be presented to

Trade Push [ARTICLE]

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Trade Push THE arrival' of the Chinese Trade 1 Mission in Singapore next Monday will herald the beginning of a gigantic trade nush in Malaya. The Mission have been touring the Philippines and the Netherlands East Indies and are bringing with them a comprehensive consignment of samples of China-made goods.

'A Shipping Service [ARTICLE]

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'A Shipping Service IT wtis not very long ago when the 1 Chinese in Malaya have little knowledge of the quality and nature of goods manufactured in China. With increased advertising and more contacts established, this is no longer the case. The Malayan Chinese now appreciate what good) bargains Chinamade

Bank Of China [ARTICLE]

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Bank Of China A SIN CHEW JIT POH telegram published last week stated that the Chinese Goodwill and Industrial Mission to Siam headed by Dr. Ling Ping had invited the Bank of China to establish a branch in Bangkok. No official news have been received by the Singapore Branch of

Dr. Lim Boon Keng, formerly of Singapore, ajid now President of the University of Amoy. He has been appointed a member of the committee of the National Economic Council, Nanking. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dr. Lim Boon Keng, formerly of Singapore, ajid now President of the University of Amoy. He has been appointed a member of the committee of the National Economic Council, Nanking.

Edmund Lowe in a scene from "The Best Man Wins" which is the next change at the Aihambra Theatre. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Edmund Lowe in a scene from "The Best Man Wins" which is the next change at the Aihambra Theatre.

Mr. Chua Boon Lay [ARTICLE]

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Mr. Chua Boon Lay THE Chinese Olympic delegation is 1 due in Singapore on Sept. 20 on the Conte Rosso, and among the football stars is Mr. Chua Boon Lay of the S.C.F.A., Singapore. Mr. Boon Lay did not play in the team which went down to Britain in the

Film Industry [ARTICLE]

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Film Industry CONSIDERABLE progress has been made in China in recent years in many branches of activity. One of them is the cinema industry, which today is on the threshold of a new era. Several companies in Shanghai, including the Star Motion Picture Company, have in hand plans to put

Medan Chinese [ARTICLE]

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Medan Chinese THE Medan Chinese Chamber of Commerce have organised a campaign to collect funds with which to build a Chinese Consulate. It is understood that up to date approximately 12.450 guilders have been donated by the Chinese associations and merchants. The committee appointed to take charge of the matter

FLYING-BOAT LAUNCHED [ARTICLE]

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FLYING-BOAT LAUNCHED Designed For North Atlantic London. Sept. 10. The second cf a fleet of twenty-nine Empire Flying-boats, under construction by Short Brothers, was launched at Rochester to-day. The plane was originally intended for preliminary long distance experimental flights in connection with the North Atlantic airmail route; but this boat,

SIR JOSIAH STAMP [ARTICLE]

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SIR JOSIAH STAMP "Impact Of Science On Society" British Official Wireless. London, Sept. 10. A large number of sectional meetings of British Associations were held to-day at Blackpool. Several newspapers devote editorial comment of the President tial address delivered yesterday by Sir Josiah Stamp, (Chairman of the L.M.S. Railway) on

GOVERNOR OF MAURITIUS [ARTICLE]

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GOVERNOR OF MAURITIUS Asked To Extend Term Of Service British Official Wireless. London, Sept. 10. The Colonial Office announce that Sir Wilfred Jackson, whose normal term of office as Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Mauritius was due to expire on Aug. 30 1936, has been asked to extend his service to

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ICE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC [ARTICLE]

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ICE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC ITS SOURCE Menace Believed To Be Diminishing that were once well known in the bav the scow schooners, erstwhile hay oarges, and many other interesting eraft When the Golden State. William H Smith and Louise return from Alaska where they are cod fishing, they too

AMERICA'S SAILING FLEET [ARTICLE]

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AMERICA'S SAILING FLEET Survey To Be Made Of Old Craft VAST becoming obsolete are :'ie few remaining sailing craft as they lie at their last anchorage waiting for a little more time to completely obliterate them. San Francisco, wheie not so long ago the maati of tall ships reached skyward

VESSELS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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VESSELS IN PORT Tomohon; Netherlands: 684 tons from Singkawang 119 to Borneo 15 9 Gen yd Heyden; Netherlands 640 p o andjanTl?t toona Islands 11 9 to Pasar 10T^Sa^on Ch l4.9 5S from Sa on Tohiti; Netherlands; 683 tons; from Pontianak 10.9 to Pontianak 12 9 < Van O ufhoorn:

MERLE OBERON [ARTICLE]

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MERLE OBERON |To Film With Sweetheart Tn Irish Story New York FILM lovers will soon haw tlie oppor- timity of seeing the two young British film stars. Miss Merl* Oberon and Mr. David Niven. playing together for the first time Mr Samuel Goidwvn has decided that they shall appear In

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Mr. R. B. Henly has returned from leave and resumed the management oi the Singapore office of the North British and Mercantile Insurance Co Ltd. Mr F. L. Middleton. who has been acting for him, sailed for home by the P. O Rajputana.

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE —Ford Saloon Car. 24 h.p. .it condition. Apply Box No. 354, Tribune, Singapore. FOR SALE Two Seater Fiat, oughly overhauled. $300 or nearer. Apply Tanglin Service R anted—Part time, qualified lady 18.30-12.30» about 10 children Apply by letter stating salary d to Ward, M.l, Residence, Naval

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FOR SALE— 1929 Erskine Tourer 5 Seater No. S5126, without battery inspection at 22 Klang Rd., Singapore Offers to Official Assignee, HBerton GOVERNMENT NOTICE Tenders will be received up to noon, Monday, September 21st 1936, at the Colonial Secretary's Office, Singapore, from persons desirous of contracting for (1) Supplies to

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Can You Enjoy Life to the Fullest Extent? Or b Physical Weakness Holding You Back Have you all the vigour and fire of youth to enjoy the pleasures of life or do headaches, constipation, dizziness, biliousness, pains and general rundown condition rob you of the pleasures that should be yours?

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SMILES jjL fj TEETH WHITER, BREATH SWEETER By brushing your teeth with Colgate's DO this morning and night. Using 11^**" Colgate's Dental Cream, thor- JH oughly brush your upper teeth Will" from the gums down; your lower teeth beautifies TEETH from gums up. Brush the grinding and cutting surfaces of

OUR LONDON MARKET REVIEW [ARTICLE]

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OUR LONDON MARKET REVIEW Bright Autumn Outlook: Sharp Opposition To Rubber Quota Increase: Market Sensitive To Tin Talks By Air Mail (From our Oicn Correspondent) London, Sept. 4. THE investor, coming back from his holidays, will find the London market steady. The grave danger of the Spanish conflict has had

MEETING OF SIAM STATE COUNCIL [ARTICLE]

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MEETING OF SIAM STATE COUNCIL Rubber Quota Protocol Signed Bangkok, Sept. 1. THE sixth meeting of the present Ordinary Session of the Assembly was held on Saturday, and was attended by one hundred and ten members. Nai Tai Panikabutr. of Bangkok, who had been absent at the previous meetings was

REUTER'S COMMERCIAL SERVICE [ARTICLE]

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REUTER'S COMMERCIAL SERVICE LONDON CO MMODITIES London, Sept. 11. RUBBER Previous To-day Change Tone Steady Steady Spot Buyers 7% 11 16 J |jj Sellers 7 1116 1% +116 October Buyers 7 5 8 75 a Sellers 7 1116 _7% 1-116 Oct.lDec. Buyers 7 Hi 16 7 1116 Sellers 7% 7

LEAD OUTSTANDING IN A QUIET WEEK [ARTICLE]

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LEAD OUTSTANDING IN A QUIET WEEK SPANISH CIVIL WAR AFFECTS PRICES London, Aug. 31. LAST week lead was the most important factor in the London Metal market, which was otherwise rather dull, says the Financial Times. The little burst in lead is noi a matter for any surprise, for all

GERMAN SERVICES [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN SERVICES larger Business With S. Africa THE German Woermann -Lini A G Deutsche Ost-Afrika-Linie' which maintain services to Africa have published their reports for 1935 The financial results continue to be influenced by the sterling exchange, in spite vessel, utlllsation of the companies' vessels The grants which they received

AMBITIOUS JAPANESE SCHEME [ARTICLE]

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AMBITIOUS JAPANESE SCHEME Construction Of Crack Vessels Proposed HEATED debate iiMy- t i..% incut ufflciai.s and *n»pp>w- on. regards mercantile jjiarin* ,r\ anticipated ai Ui:- Shiia-ia».' Improvement Associntin C meeting at the lodii-'iu: tViti 1 recently, according to liif K« br bun." The meeting is prUnsu-.ty inJ*: oi*t: m> receive

Local Rubber Market [ARTICLE]

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Local Rubber Market ti ihHLY REVIEWS Stanton elson Company Singapore Friday. ~l.v rubber market review Sinn ton Nelson Cc I I:as bsen rather eus.er p. .r.oipall> our to tired hold- it.. liutr positions. and <0 t ti general Stall declining to 4 i »tv-st bevond day to day ~o n-.'

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Chief Inspector H. W. Harnett, o: the City Police, is retiring alter 2i years' service. This severs a family association with the City Force of more than 100 years, his father having been an inspector and his grandfather a ohief inspector.

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A wreath from Jersey Lodges of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes was dropped on the water at a spot three miles off Jersey, where it is presumed that the air liner Cloud of lona disappeared. Mr. W. Sotinel. the machine's mechanic, was a member of the Order.

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A beetle found in Java secretes a narcotic. It allows ants to feed upon the secretion, then devours them when they are unconscious.

STOCKS AND SHARES [ARTICLE]

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STOCKS AND SHARES Issued by Fraser and Co. Lyall and Evatt, Exchange and Stock Brokers MINING Singapore. Sept. 11, 10 a.m. Fraser Co. Lyall Sz Evatt I Fraser Co. Lyall Evatt Buyers Sellers Buyers Sellers Buyers Sellers Buyers Sellers 4|- Ampat Tin 4 3 4 7'/ 2 4 3 40

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PRIVATE SAFES* r the custody of your impolicies, jewellery, shar< 3, deeds and other valuable are available at a yearly tal of $5.00 and upwards, particulars apply to: THE P. 0. Banking Corporation, Ltd. orporated in England) UNION BUILDING.

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THE UNITED CHINESE BANK. LIMITED. (Incorporated In the S.S.) 31-A, Chulia Street, i Bonn am Building) Singapore. Authorised Capital $4,000,000 Issued, Subscribed and Paid Up $1,000,000 Telegraphic Address: TYEHUABANK Telephone Nos:— 5182, 5183, 5184, 5185 5188. Board of Directors:— Wee Kheng Chiang, Esq., Chairman, Khoo Beng Cheang, Esq., Deputy, Chairman,

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THE EASTERN BANK LIMITED. (Incorporated In England) SINGAPORE BRANCH: 4, D Almeida Street. Authorised and Suoscribed Capital £2.000,000 Paid-up Capital £1,000,000 Reserve Fund 500,000 HEAD OFFICE: LONDON BRANCHES: Bcmbay, Calcutta, Colombo, Karachi. Madras, Amara, Baghdad Bahrein, Basra, Kirkuk, Mosul and Singapoie. CURRENT ACCOUNTS opened and money received on Fixed Deposits

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THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK I LIMITED. MEYER CHAMBERS, RAbPLES fLAU*. Capital Fully Paid Ten 100,000,»1H< Reserve Fund Yen 130,900.000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. BRANCHES at Alexandria, Baiavx* < Bom Day, Berlin, Calcutta, Canton Daircn, Fengticn, Hamburg, HaniJuw Harbin, Honolulu. Hongkong, H. u.k-.i.s Karachi, Kobe, London, Los Angara, Manila, Mojl, Nagasaki, Nagoya,

AMUSEMENT [ARTICLE]

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AMUSEMENT ALHAMBRA.—"Chandu On The Magic Island," 6.15 and 9.15 p.m. CAPITOL, -"San Francisco," 6.15 and 9.1 d p.m. PAVILION.-- The Case Against Mrs. Ames'— 6.15 and 9.15 pm Marlbciougn. "jehn-E;-W ata n 'Hindustani» —6.ls and 9.1b p.m. E.MPIRE---The Three Musketeers," 7 and 9.15 p.m. GREAT WORLD.—cabaret Dancing, Side-shows, Malay Operas,

TIN MARKET [ARTICLE]

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TIN MARKET Shortage Of "Spot" Metal London. Sept. 4. M7ITH the situation so obscure, operaP tions in the open market have been very largely professional, a noticeabJe feature having been some support from Quarters usually associated with producing interests in this country, says the Metal Bulletin. The United States is

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Gravesend Town Council has adopted a superannuation scheme which will en. tall a Zfl rate

JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW— To-Day's Shipping [ARTICLE]

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JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO KNOW— To-Day's Shipping THE HARBOUR SHIPS ALONGSIDE THE WHARVES OR EXPECTED TO ARRIVE Singapore, Sept. 12. East Whart (Entrance Gate 1) NIL Main Wharf (Entrance Gate 3) Kistna 16: Raub 15; Kepang 14; Nankoh Maru 8; Kota Nopan 6. Empire Dock (Entrance Gate 3» Javanese

PASSENGERS BY RAJPUTANA [ARTICLE]

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PASSENGERS BY RAJPUTANA Singapore. Friday. The following are passengers by the P. and O. liner Rajputana which leit Singapore for Europe, via ports day:--Mr. G. F. Allinsou. Mr. S. H. Alatas. Mr. J. L. Arnold, Mrs. L. G. Andrews Mrs. Adamson. Fus. R. Atkinson. Dr. B Barrowman. Mrs C. R.

STERLING EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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STERLING EXCHANGE British Official Wireless. S^ is J 6 55 c 64. New York 5.05 15 16 Montreal 5.05 7 8 Brussels 29.95 i, 2 Geneva 15.5234. Amsteraam 7.453 4 Miln n 64 5 16. Berlin 12.58. Stockholm 16.39 V* oSf^ en 22Wi Vienna Prague 122 5 16. Helsingfors 22z

AIR MAIL DESPATCHES [ARTICLE]

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AIR MAIL DESPATCHES Medan, Jask, Bushire. Ams f erdam and London: Netherlands, closing 12.45 p.m. to-day. Hongkong. Canton. Shanghai, Kobe and Manila via Penang: Imperial, closing 7 p.m. to-day. Penang, Siam, Burma, India, Iraq. Palestine. Egypt, E. and S. Africa. Great Britain. Ireland, Europe and N. and S. America: Imperial,

MAILS EXPECTED [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED Mails expected from Europe (London parcel mails) by the Rawalpindi, time of delivery of parcels 9 a.m. to-day. Mails expected from Australia Netherlands Indies etc. by Air (Qantas), time of delivery of boxholders' letters only 3.30 p.m. and general delivery of letters 4.05 p.m. to day. Mails expected

DEFERRED DEPARTURES [ARTICLE]

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DEFERRED DEPARTURES mc sa D'Artagnan for Lado-China Mails previously announced as closing a t 1 p.m. will now cio.- at 4 p.m. to-day The ss. Houtman for Mauiitiu.s Mails previously announced as closing T2 p.m. will now close at 4 p.m. to-day.'

MAIL DELIVERED [ARTICLE]

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MAIL DELIVERED .a fr°n£ c maiJ Norlands, despatchHvpriH Sl T n e a f° re on Sept. 5 was delivered m London on Sept. n 6 days)

PLATINUM ACTIVE [ARTICLE]

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PLATINUM ACTIVE And London Mark:! Jr. Concerned London. Sept 4. AFTER its sharp rise of 325. 6d per .ounce, the Drice of platinum 'vas maintained at £14 yesterday. A month ago the price was £8 10 s. per out™ In responsible quarters in London the present activity in the_ metal

MUNICH UNIVERSITY [ARTICLE]

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MUNICH UNIVERSITY Bombay. For tne first time In its history Munvh University has appointed an Indian Dr. Dhirendrakumar Mehta— as a lecturer. His subject will be Indology Dr Mehta is a native of Gadat in th? Navsari District. Baroda State Hj received his early education in the Gurukul Acadfmv at

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, SEPT. 12 High Tides:—9.lo a.m., 7 ft., 8 ins 8.24 p.m., 8 ft., 5 ins. Races: Third day of Singapore Turi Club Gold Cup Meeting. Cricket: V.M.C.A. v. R. 1., r.i. st Joseph's Institution v. Rangoon Road School,

SHARE MARKET [ARTICLE]

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SHARE MARKET Messrs. Julian Israel's Da ly Report I report to-day sate n their d aily the price "of the nWal al h fall $13 a lit le iSSL ln ,f nares weake. follows.-uiujlVar?, SS al as 0 re P° r t in fedVrfafc co m °dity closes steady

LOANS FROM THE LEAGUE [ARTICLE]

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LOANS FROM THE LEAGUE DEFAULTS By Several European Nations JHE fourth annual rep on League Loans 01 Hie chequered tale tell ll tee I don "Times." sinee U «W .the W was originally constit ~ln,itt *e has laboured iS^jS? l m «32 i ffuard the sped" I 5X£ various international

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4 MALAYAN PRE Ml EH HOTEL A TO-NIGHT SPECL4L RACE DINNER BALL and farewell performance by CORNELIA KIRDALL EXTENSION TO 1 A.M. NON-DINERS $1.00 RAFFLES BRASSERIE BRA i O B A A D SAH EXCELLENT CUISINE POPULAR GRILL CONTINENTAL DISHES Afternoon Teas a Speciality HIGH CLASS CONFECTIONERY Under European Supervision.

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TM« NEW FRENCH PEMtOVi THERAPION No.l THERAPION N0.2 THERAPION No 3 Ho. 1 Comb DlMhartfM. nm. a Curat B o j* PaUoix. Mo. S Car*a Chronic W«a^°«»««»* »«eli<b Price 3*. Chemists, or either No.r»ti:rc Mi". Lr L'l lXi MaJ Co kKJ.N.W J lufc DR. LE OLBHC'S t*ll for- tlia I

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j Postal Intelligence SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY Java, South-West Sumatra, S.East Borneo, Celebes, Moluccas and Timor Dilly (Kota Nopani 12.30 p.m. Sarawak (generally). Bintulu, Miri, Sarikei and Sibu (Darvel) 1.30 p.m Borneo (North), Brunei and Labuan iDarvel) 1.30 p.m. Djambi «Togiam 3 p.m. Netherlands Indies, Bagan. Bengkalis and Selat Panojang

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CLUB DIARY fThere are numerous Clubs ana Societies in Singapore, most of the membeis of which are readers of the "Malaya Tribune." This Diary is providea specially for them. Secretaries are tnvited to co-operate in keeping it up-io-date and complete. Happeningd or wneml interest will stm be inchider In the

DEATH OF MR. WONG CHEE [OBITUARY]

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DEATH OF MR. WONG CHEE Managing Director Of Sincere Co. A LIFE of enterprise and adventure has been ended by the death ol Mr Wong Chee, managing director 01 1 the Sincerc Co., Ltd.. at hte home in Shanghai early on August 24, at the age of 80. A native

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The Singapore Girl Guides Association announces that Miss Croft-Watts, Diploma Trainer, from India, is paying a short visit to Singapore. During her stay she will hold Training Classes for Guiders at Rochor Girls' School daily, at 12 to i p.m. from Mondr.y, Sept. 14. to Friday, Sept. 18. Anyone who

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The death is reported at the age of 91 of the Rev. Imre Pap, the oldest Protestant minister in Hungary. M. Pap was minister of the Reformed Presbyterian community of Hodmezovasarhely, one of the largest towns of Hungary, fur over 67 years, and its president for more than 30 years.

"I'LL GET THAT MAN" [ARTICLE]

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"I'LL GET THAT MAN" Mary Astor And Her Former Husband Hollywood. PUBLICATION of extracts said to be from Miss Mary Astor's "mis-step diary" plunged Hollywood into a panic cf sixpence, on the eve of the ie-opening of the film star's sensational lawsuit against her former husband. Dr. Franklyn Thorpe, of

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Owen Hughes. 29 was sen eneed at Bow Street Police Court to 21 days' imprisonment for stealing plants worth 2s. from St. James's Park.

NEW STAMP CHOSEN BY KING [ARTICLE]

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NEW STAMP CHOSEN BY KING Modernity Outstanding Fsature (By Air Mail) London, Sept. 2. THREE thousand million postage stamps bearing the head of King Edward VIII, are being printed and will be on sale at all post offices in Great Britain and Northern Ireland during the week ending Sept. 5.

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IF EARTH & COMET COLLIDE [ARTICLE]

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IF EARTH COMET COLLIDE hat Will Happen? \0 ON t CAN TELL, SAYS SCIENTIST niili;HT f»»mct3 anil "new" ataj.s p r n mi their rare and uni y exciting things, fl l ononiers and the general iv |)r. VV. H. Steavenson m.>lr Mail. J., .nntrr wc have had one oL

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The Ministry of Transport recently announced that notice has been given of an Order imposing the speed limit of 30 miles an hour in 17 unlighted lengths of residential roads in th« parish of Chalfont St. Peter, Buckinghamshire.

DOCTOR BEATEN UP [ARTICLE]

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DOCTOR BEATEN UP Alleged Violation Of Medical Rule AN amazing incident occurred at a hospital in Japan when a patient was being operated on, says the "Japan Chronicle." A aoctor who was carrying out the operation, was suddenly Attacked by a number of his fellowphysicians, receiving severe injuries. The operation

RIVAL TO LOCH NESS MONSTER [ARTICLE]

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RIVAL TO LOCH NESS MONSTER 90-Mile-Ftr-Hour Sea Serpent Sesn Eccles, Norfolk. ECCLF.S has found a rival to the Loch Ness monster It Is said to be a sea serpent, .»0 to 40 ft. long, and to have been seen swnnmine a more than a mile a minute Alderman 11. E.

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Reginald Richards. of Rcdruta, kitchen porter at a hotel at Newquay, Cornwall, lost his life while he wao bathing with other members ol the hotel staff in a river.

DOCTOR'S SUICIDE IN HOTEL [ARTICLE]

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DOCTOR'S SUICIDE IN HOTEL Note Left Behind "LIFE A STRUGGLE UNTIL DEATH" Hongkong, Sept. 1. JULY 23—36—Everything perJ feet made by God—everything spoilt by the hands of human beings. Therefore is life a struggle until death. I am very tired of life, that is the reason I kill myself.—D. Bardos."

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William Henry Harrald, 55, of Grange Park Road, Leyton, a park keeper, who had been missing, was found dead on the London and North Eastern railway line near New River Bridge, Walthamstow Marshes.

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A LOOK AROUND [ARTICLE]

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A LOOK AROUND 'JpHE Spanish civil war has been in progress since the middle of ./uly and, although there haw been some notable victories lately by (be rebels vi the north, a position of stalemate seems to prevail in most parti oi the country. There is a possibility of a

GOODWILL MISSION TO JAPAN [ARTICLE]

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GOODWILL MISSION TO JAPAN Pan-Pacific Pt ace Exhibition Reuter. Colombo, Sept 11. I*l IE Colombo irnpon Merchant&' As- iixl.Won arc arranging Cor a trade and r.<>o<l.viii mission to proceed to Ijpun. cou a !*tinjj of ten businessmen reps«r.trn'inv different Ingres'* The Mission u expooled to leave irn ume for the

GAZETTE APPOINTMENTS [ARTICLE]

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GAZETTE APPOINTMENTS Singapore. Friday. The following appointments are notified in the Straits Settlements Gazette to-day: Mr. a. h. p. Humphrey, M.C.S., to be Private Secretary to His Excellency, with effect from Sept 4, 1936, inclusive. Mr. W. J. Paiacs, Assistant Superintcndenl wi Police. Straits Setilements to be Aide-de-Camp to HLs

MR. VAN DEN BROEK [ARTICLE]

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MR. VAN DEN BROEK (Fmm Our Own Correspondent) Bangkok, Sept. n. The announcement in the Batavii newspapers to the effect that Mr J van dm Brock hue come to Bangkok a' X" ion of the British 2

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It is notified in the Government l BM. th. e" 'n, <„ .he Ro. I pnre Y.tcht Club. t>lnga-

RUBBER PLANTING AS A CAREER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PLANTING AS A CAREER STILL ATTRACTIVE BUT FEWER CHANCES M R Eri€ Macfad >'*"< °< the leaders of the rubber induMrv formerly himself a planter, is the writer of the Mlo* in/ esting article, reproduced from "British Malaya Mr. Macfadyen thinks that boy might do won* ihmm planting in

The Good Times [ARTICLE]

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Thm Good Time* f VHAY generation consequently did pretty well for themselves when the good times came. Indeed the companies whose names are house* hold words in the rubber market to--1 v. grow up in many cases arou" the nucleus of some little ."kebun" planted originally by one of the

Prospects To-Day [ARTICLE]

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Prospects To-Day iyrtAT ijraspocti* d > i, I o»t in Certainly n,, prospect ax was offered .1 jrenerailmi «tfO. Bill 1 hi" UllllOok 111 fc\s«ions at the moment i*<>r y0n,... I ster of. say. twenty-one. i> not vi. td with opportunity. and f h M( Utill plenty for whom an

An Attractive Career [ARTICLE]

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An Attractive Career yo ih<» right niah pianii«ig n:u.,ii an attractive cum»!'. ii*. ii 4 vi(ltis til British Maluvii iin 1:0» need to he (old. is imi j m< country to sjK'iid or»»** w.»rK» i days in. If imjmwNl .rai-i».ri. iUld »11 li\ conditions. have Liken >ome i»i i colour

Topics Of The Day [ARTICLE]

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Topics Of The Day By "Looker On" jJLEPHANTS states a London oaper are „ot X popular in India nowadays «c a means of travel. One crltlrtm, evened a, them is that no few" Lave been issued for years and yea's A talkinf;""° t W H noVeliSt talking about himself. There

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FIFTEEN HUNDRED PINEAPPLE WORKERS ON STRIKE IN SINGAPORE & JOHORE [ARTICLE]

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FIFTEEN HUNDRED PINEAPPLE WORKERS ON STRIKE IN SINGAPORE JOHORE WAGE DEMAND Food Concessions Sought Singapore. Saturday. A»*! i;OXIMATFLY 1,500 pintapplr ui lory workers in Singapore imi Johore have gone tin strike llujr rt'tre employed in the cutting; ill )t:n tutfiil in the (our faclorio in and five of the nine

LEAGUE COVENANT [ARTICLE]

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LEAGUE COVENANT Britain And Her Views London. Sept. 11. TBfi Foreign Secretary. Mr. Anthony Eden, has informed the SecretaryGeneral of the Leaerne of Nations that, while the British Government do not piopose to make any written observations on the future application of principles of the Covenant of the League, rhey

NEW SZECHUEN RAILWAY [ARTICLE]

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NEW SZECHUEN RAILWAY Uan Of $30,000,000 From Sino-Franco Bank Shanghai. Sept 12. inc Smo Franco Bank has signed a c im'act with the Chinese Government fur the rum tructlon of the proposed Ctuiasfclng-Chengtu Railwa3 L rt e roement provides for a 530.000.000 loan in vattway materials to China. A party

FIGHTING IN MANCHURIA [ARTICLE]

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FIGHTING IN MANCHURIA Sin Chew Jit Poh. Peiping, Sept. 12. A Japanese force at ChangmenKow, Liaoning. was surrounded by Chinese Volunteers yesterday. After two nours, fighting the attackers withdrew. The Japanese suffered heavy casualties.--Sin Chew Jit Poh.

PALESTINE UNREST [ARTICLE]

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PALESTINE UNREST British Sergeant Kilhd Reuter. Haifa. Sept 11. A BRITISH sergeant was killed to-day during an encounter with a large bana of Arabs at the foot of Mount Carmel resulting in five Arabs also being killed. The Arab Higher Committee ar meeting the High Commissioner to-day and it is

THE PANCHEN LAMA [ARTICLE]

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THE PANCHEN LAMA Opposed By Certain Section In Tibet Nanking. Sept. 12. A spokesman of the Panchen j_,ama states that the latter's return to Tibel is to assume charge of the administration under the order of the Chines.' Government and with the support oi the Tibetans. However, he was unexpectedly

KWANGTUNG LOAN [ARTICLE]

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KWANGTUNG LOAN Sin Chew Jit Poh. Nanking, Sept. 12. The Legislative Yuan has passed the $120,000.000 loan to Kwangtung for adjustment of finances. The loan will be issued on Oct. i will bear four per cent, interest and is ledeemable in 30 years.—Sin Chew Jit Poh.

FIRE ON U.S. CRUISER [ARTICLE]

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FIRE ON U.S. CRUISER Another Case Of Sabotage? Reuter. New York. Sept. 11. A SMALL lire occurred on the United S ate.'- cruiser "Indianapolis" on Aug. 25 while she was being repaired at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, it was revealed tnday. The manager of 'he Yard declared that the outbreak

MARTIAL LAW IN PAKHOI [ARTICLE]

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MARTIAL LAW IN PAKHOI Reuter. Shanghai, Sept. 11. Pakhoi, in Kwangtung. has become a powder keg which might explode at any moment. The Nineteenth Route Army, which is notoriously an i—Japanese, refuses to evacuate and the city has been placed under martial law. The destroyer Saga has arrived from Canton

HUANGHO FLOODS [ARTICLE]

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HUANGHO FLOODS Sin Chew Jit Poh. Shanghai, Sept. 12. The head flood in the Huangho River has reached Chitung, Chingho and Putai, in Shantung. The dykes are in a dangerous condition. General Han Fu Chu. Shantung Governor, has ordered the magistrates to mobilise coolie gangs to strengthen the dykes.—Sin Chew

Commodore M. L. Clarke I centre i Singapore's new naval chief, going up the steps of the Master Attendant's Pier where he was accorded a naval *• welcome yesterday on his arrival from Home. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Commodore M. L. Clarke I centre i Singapore's new naval chief, going up the steps of the Master Attendant's Pier where he was accorded a naval welcome yesterday on his arrival from Home.

COMMUNIST PARTY SNUBBED [ARTICLE]

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COMMUNIST PARTY SNUBBED Labour Leader I i j "DON'T LET US BE MISLED" Reuter. London, Sept. 11. QVERTURES from the Communists to the Labour Party have been flatly rejected, said Sir Walter Citrine, in addressing the Trades Union Congress. He said that after many years of unbridled derision and abuse

SWEPT AWAY BY TIDAL RACE [ARTICLE]

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SWEPT AWAY BY TIDAL RACE Girl Astride A Buoyant Toy Horse Penarth, Glamorgan TWO girl bathers, one clinging to an air bed and the other astride a buoyant toy horse, were swep„ away by a tidal race in the Bristol Channel recently, and were rescued by the Penarth beach lifeguard.

NORTH CHINA [ARTICLE]

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NORTH CHINA Japanese Want G*?n. Sung To Go Sin Chew Jit Poh. Peiplng, Sept. 12. AMONG the matters discussed by Mr. Wang Keh Min and the Japanese authorities in Dairen was a proposal to replace General Sung Che Yuen aa chairman of the Charhax-Hop»?l Political Council. It was suggested that

SHUSCHNIGG VISITS KING [ARTICLE]

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SHUSCHNIGG VISITS KING Excursion For Royal Party British Official Wireless. Vienna, Sept. 11. HIS Majesty King Edward received Doctor Shuschnigg, the Austrian Chancellor, fit the BiHteh Legution this morning. Yesterday morning, the King and his party had some excellent patrtdge shooting at Truinau near Vienna accounting for seventy-eight birds, and

P. AND O. BRANCH LINER [ARTICLE]

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P. AND O. BRANCH LINER Spectacular End To Final Passage The P. and O Branch liner Barrabool. the last of the four ships to have been recently sold for breaking up 112 made a spectacular end to her last passage I literally "on the beach" of P. and W. J

MAJ-GENERAL DILL [ARTICLE]

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MAJ-GENERAL DILL British Official Wireless. London, Sept. 11. The destroyer H.M.S. Douglas left Malta this morning for Palestine having on board Major-General Dill, the new commander of military operations in Palestine. —British Official Wireless.

CONDITION OF MR. D. H. ELIAS [ARTICLE]

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CONDITION OF MR. D. H. ELIAS STILL SERIOUS! Delicate Operation Performed (From Our Own Reporter) Kuala Lumpur. iriday. pi'NGSAR Hospital authntilies i*- J >>ued the following statement thLs morning ounicrnint tlie con- 1 dition of the Hon. Mr. D. 11. Elias. General Manager of the F.M.S. J Railways, who was

SIR T. COMYNS-PLATT [ARTICLE]

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SIR T. COMYNS-PLATT A Malayan Spokesman In Parliament (By Air Mail) (From Our Own Correspondent) London. Sept. 2. "I have learned a lot about Malaya and thall certainly wait at the salt springs of Parliamentary debate in the future to destroy any Ministerial tiger who does not know his Malay

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SPECTACLES SHOULD BE CHANGED! r X r Eyes change the same as the body. Those who have been wearing glasses should have their eyes scientifically examined at intervals to discover whether any change has taken place For Superior Service and full Satisfaction, call on C. S. CHONG, Opt. D. (U.S.A.)

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NEVER HEARD OF FRICTION IN A REFRIGERATOR You can actually hear the friction in many refrigerators. That whirring, and occasional minor din, If the result of many moving parts moving day and at a rate which spells replacement after a year or so. Compare this with the silence of the

"REDS WILL NEVER RAISE THEIR HEADS IN GERMANY" HITLER AND HIS ENEMIES [ARTICLE]

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"REDS WILL NEVER RAISE THEIR HEADS IN GERMANY" HITLER AND HIS ENEMIES A CHALLENGE Ready For Bolshevist Threat Reuter. Nuremberg, Sept. 11. ADDRESSING an audience of a quarter of a million people at the Nazi Party Conference here, Chancellor Hitler declared: "If our old enemies ever try to attack us

A GREAT CEYLON PHILANTHROPIST [ARTICLE]

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A GREAT CEYLON PHILANTHROPIST Death Of Mudaliar K. V. Markandan THE Ceylon Tamil community of this country will learn with regret of the death of a great philanthropist, Mudaliar K. V. Markandan, of Sanguvaley. Jaffna, Ceylon, which occurred at Sanguvaley yesterday. A cable to the effect was received by the

HERZOGIN CECILIE [ARTICLE]

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HERZOGIN CECILIE Repairs Too Costly To Save The Vessel It is announced by Captain Sven Eriksson, the commander of the ship that the two last storms greaitly damaged the Herzogin Cecilie. beached at Starhole Bay after going ashore at Hope Cove near Salcombe. at the end of April fi, H

REDS AT LINYAO [ARTICLE]

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REDS AT LINYAO Shanghai, Sept. 12. Three hundred Reds launched a fierce attack on Linyao on the night of Sept 0 Th* Dare-To-Die" Torres climbed the ill but were repulsed by machineinn hie.—Sin Chew Jit Poh.

ECHO OF ARMED ROBBERY [ARTICLE]

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ECHO OF ARMED ROBBERY Man Arrested Months After Crime Singapore, Thursday. JIN armed robbery in the Balestier disrt trict several months ago had an echo in the third court, before Mr. A. D York, to-day when a Chinese named Tan Hong Tong was committed to the Assizes. About mid-night on

HEALTH IN EASTERN PORTS [ARTICLE]

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HEALTH IN EASTERN PORTS League Of Nations Bulletin THE following is the health .bulletin of the League of Nations Eastern Bureau, Singapore, for the week ended Sept. s;— Plague: Rangoon was the only port hi the Eastern Arena to report the presence of human plague during the we«k, while Colombo

LAWYER CONVICTED [ARTICLE]

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LAWYER CONVICTED Negligent Driving In Victoria Street Singapore, Friday. rPHE Fifth Magistrate, Mr. E. E Colman, delivered judgment this morning in the case in which P. F Kinsey. a Singapore lawyer, was charged with causing hurt to Ngai Soon Kiat by negligent driving in Victoria Street a< m \u n

SINGAPORE'S NEW AIR CHIEF [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE'S NEW AIR CHIEF Leaving On Oct. 9 NEWS OF MALAYAN? IN ENGLAND (From Our Own Correspondent) (By Air Mail) London, Sept. 2. JJERE is news of Malayans at present in England: Mr. Thomas Arthur Strong of the Malaya Forest Services will return from furlough with a bride. The wedding

CONGRATULATIONS FOR BANKRUPT [ARTICLE]

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CONGRATULATIONS FOR BANKRUPT He Paid 94 Per Cent. Of His Debts Singapore, Friday. MR. M. Moss, a European, was congratu--111 lated by the acting Chief Justice. Mr. Justice N. H. P. Whitly, to-day when he appeared for his discharge from bankruptcy Mr. C. H. Koh, assistant official Assignee, said Mr.

FIRST-CLASS FILM FARE [ARTICLE]

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FIRST-CLASS FILM FARE Madeleine Carroll At The Pavilion AT THE CINEMAS IF you like fast action combined with humour and clever dialogue you must see "The Case Against Mrs. Ames," now showing at the Pavilion. Two other outstanding features in the programme are vivid pictures of the fighting in the

Josh-e-Watan At The Marlborough [ARTICLE]

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Josh-e-Watan At The Marlborough Full houses greeted the opening of Josh-e-Watan, a Hindustani talkie at both shows yesterday at the Marlborough. A Wadia production, the picture features *a star cast including Master Mohamed, Nadia, and the talented comic actor known as Parsee Charlie The theme is an interesting one and

OLD AGE PENSION [ARTICLE]

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OLD AGE PENSION May Commence At Forty For Blind M London, Sept. n. The Minister of Health announced last night that he will propose in the new session of Parliament that old aec pensions should be given to bind persons at forty years of age There are 75.000 registered blind

SMUGGLING IN AMOY [ARTICLE]

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SMUGGLING IN AMOY Hongkong, Sept. 12. Smuggling in Amoy has beer, strongly checked. A junk alleged to be smuggling goods was seized by customs officials outside Anhai yesterday morning Three arrests were made. The men confessed that the junk was chartered by a Formosan.—Sin Chew Ji t Poh

TRIED TO STEAL EARRING [ARTICLE]

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TRIED TO STEAL EARRING Malay "Bad Hat" Caught After Chase (From our Own Correspondent) Malacca, Thursday. IJEiVANA PILLAI, a Tamil woman, was the complainant in a case in which Gedop bin Kassim, a Malay with four previous convictions, was charged before Mr. A. A. Faith, with theft of diamond earrings

PALESTINE PROBLEM [ARTICLE]

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PALESTINE PROBLEM Views Of Head Of English Company as an English sharing in u thi control of one of the larger commercial undertakings in Palestine and disclaiming any bias Mr Sidney Allen, chairman of Easiova Limited, referred to the present situation in Palestine at the annual meeting of the company.

MALAYAN BOY SCOUTS [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN BOY SCOUTS Two Deputy Camp Chiefs Appointed Che' Mohamed Yusoff bin Ahmad and Syed Esa bin Alwi have been appointed Deputy Camp Chiefs for Malaya by the Imperial Headquarters Council of the Boy Scouts. These two Scouters are at present in England, where they were sent for special Scout

PASSENGERS BY AIR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PASSENGERS BY AIR Mrs. J. A Smith, a passenger *rom London, arrived by the Canberra and left for Brisbane on the Vpihou?*?. Mrs. w. Reynolds, who mffed at Brindisi, also arrived by the Canberra Mr. G. L. Bertram, CM a S ger from London, arrived by the Aurora and left

WAS HE MANAGER OR COOLIE? [ARTICLE]

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WAS HE MANAGER OR COOLIE? An Elastic Term BANKRUPTCY COURT REVELATION Singapore, Friday. JN European business firms it i a far cry from manager to coo but, apparently, in some Uunese firms in Singapore the term manager is so elastic that it could even ref< p to an employee who

LOST JOB BECAUSE HE WAS BANKRUPT [ARTICLE]

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LOST JOB BECAUSE HE WAS BANKRUPT No Order Made On Committal Motion Singapore, Friday. HAVING been ordered to pay $25 a month for the benefit ol his creditors, R. J. Tjon. a bankrupt, failed to pay his instalments in April. May. June, July and August, 1936. To-day he appeared before

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Pastor W.W.R. Lake will speak on the subject '-Spiritism" at the Memorial KaJl to-morrow at 8.15 p.m. There will be community singing and special music from 7.45.

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NEW SINGAPORE NAVAL CHIEF [ARTICLE]

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NEW SINGAPORE NAVAL CHIEF \rrival Of Captain M. L. Clarke Singapore, Saturday. aot M L. Clarke, D.S.C., K.N. 112 .1 new Commodore-in-Charge. v u-.tv's Nuval Establishments in S" itiore arrived by the P.and O. nrii vesterday afternoon. He was K hoard by the Commodore's £'"V v when the vessel berthed

SOLDIER IN COURT [ARTICLE]

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SOLDIER IN COURT Robbery And Failure To Pay Taxi Singapore, Friday. James Hatton. private of the Middlesex Regiment was this morning charged before Mr. L. B. Gibson, the Criminal District Judge, on charges of robbery c- n.40 and failure to pay taxi hire of 80 cants to Salleh bin Tahan

BUS DRIVER CHARGED [ARTICLE]

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BUS DRIVER CHARGED Death By A Rash Act MOHAMED Ibrahim, the driver of an omnibus owned by the Singapore Traction Co.. appeared before the Fifth Magistrate. Mr. E. E. Colman ths morning on a charge of causing death by a rasji act. Ibrahim claimed trial and the matter was postponed

Farewell Interview With Commodore MALAYA A JEWEL OF EMPIRE [ARTICLE]

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Farewell Interview With Commodore MALAYA A JEWEL OF EMPIRE RACIAL AMITY Naval Base Chief's Opinion "MY impression of Malaya has been that it is a jewel of the Empire and one of the finest examples of British culture and influence, or, as HE.the Governor has more aptly put it 'a

JOHORE MEDICAL BOARD [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE MEDICAL BOARD It la hereby notified for public information that His Highness the Sultan in Council has been pleased to constitute a Johore State Medical Board and to appoint the following as members thereof:— The Principal Medical Officer (Chairman', His Highness the Tunku Mahkota. D X C M G

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THIRD DAY OF SINGAPORE GOLD CUP RACES SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THIRD DAY OF SINGAPORE GOLD CUP RACES SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY THE BIG RACE A Problem For Punters (By "Vigilant") Singapore, Saturday. pACE-GOERS must have been ra- ther worried about the heavy shower of rain which fell yesterday afternoon as protending heavy going at Bukit Timah to-sTay— ihe Third Day of

THE SCRATCHINGS [ARTICLE]

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THE SCRATCHINGS ass j~~^ hinese D K.\LE 2.—Chance 8.10 and See You Later 7.10. 3—Great Houdini 8.4. "*scs 4 Alum Ro <* 89. KACE s.—Gee Up 8.9. HS£ Eastern Knight !>7. KUt '—Greenstone 8.0 and Short Suit 8.0. KACE B.—Agapanthus 8.13 and Reform 8.5. All Engagements: Great Houdini. spssus?** Rates

SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY [ARTICLE]

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SELECTIONS FOR TO-DAY (By Vigilant") RACE ONE To Win: Sam Burgei Plates: Independence Ever Green RACE TWO To Win: Rate Kelly Places: Broadway Baby Metro RACE THREE To Win: Silver Monk Places: Queen of Hearts Noorchaya RACE FOUR To Win: Bruas Places: Squeeze Tin Pool RACE FIVE To Win: Vandal

Joe Diamond who meets Clever Henry at the New World on Sept. 18. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Joe Diamond who meets Clever Henry at the New World on Sept. 18.

AMATEUR BOXING [ARTICLE]

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AMATEUR BOXING Competition F or Tolley Cup AxVatptir Sin Papore, Saturday MAI ELR Boxers ar e reminded thai the forwarded to .he Hon. Seele.ary 0 of" the Road, and will commence with the ore hminary rounds on Sept 19 The SSSefs. he,d at thc P drill 19 hall T o

DAYLIGHT B.P. [ARTICLE]

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DAYLIGHT B.P. The following have been .-elctrd to represent -he Daylight B.p. against Why I worry B.P. on Sunday m a friendly match at their courts Oeylang at 3 ojn .sharp. a t- Singles: Abu Dakar, Taib liohd Moor Mahmood, and Liv See Jin Doubles: Taib Mohd„ Abu B;-kar I

NEW RACEHORSE FOR INDIA [ARTICLE]

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NEW RACEHORSE FOR INDIA R«n Second l„ S t«., aM Handicap T«HE Anglo-Irish Agency r.-i Old Bond Street lS »i 27 Last, time out Rq M S| short hiu»*ya I f 1 000 Sewards- Hand;, ham and he was a wiime pearlier in theS^^i FOR SOUTH AFRICA The Anglo-Irish A«enm-

S.R.C BILLIARDS [ARTICLE]

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S.R.C BILLIARDS Tournament Ties For vf Week UaS? X£2"* to the San pm liaras Tournament h .v, Jj. IIL Bifor next week- Jt( Monday. Scot 14 a < am Doubles Handicap: V r sphn and W. E Mever L 1 Bajhetchet and H Snooker champion.h.o 1 a. v. Valberg Vi

BALESTIER FRIENDLY A.P. [ARTICLE]

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BALESTIER FRIENDLY A.P. The following were duly elect) office-bearers at a general meeting of the Balestier Friendly A.P. held on Sept 6 at 437. Balestier Road: President Tan Teck H:-e; Vice-President. Mr. Lis Bock Eng; Hon. Secretary. Mr Eng Song; Hon. Auditor. Mr. Lob Peag Kwec; Hon. Treasurer. Mr Lim

SINGAPORE WEIGHTLIFTERS [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE WEIGHTLIFTERS Rzsull? Of Championship Meet At New World i C thlr series of the Singapore Weightlifting CI the rword. n J^ st ?atuida, at the New World confirmed by the Si:,,. Paperweight Class Bodvwt. T.H.C. P. THS T.H.C.&J I TO. Tap Cheng Chee 103', 125 125 170 Flyweight Class

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Surrey Bowler's Bag For The Season 200 WICKETS AT 17.73 [ARTICLE]

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Surrey Bowler's Bag For The Season 200 WICKETS AT 17.73 END OF SEASON Hammond Heads The Batting Reuter. London, Sept. 11. AX. (iuver. the Surrey bowler, by capturing the last wicket of the first class cricket season, took 200 rickets at an average of 17.73 runs for the season. He

A GOOD START [ARTICLE]

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A GOOD START s v. Score 99 For 1 Against Malays r Singapore. Satuiciuy. made a promising otuit i their cricket fixture a Football Association I n Gaillaxd opened the the Club and this opening P resulted in 51 runs before who had scored 34. was caught fl Hoosainsah. «nne

TINNIS CANCELLED [ARTICLE]

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TINNIS CANCELLED Singapore, Saturday. nted play in the S.R.C. Autumn Tennis Tourna- s 'clay. There was no play in Tournament due to the :i arranged between the and the M.F A

HOCKEY [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY H "jh ten men. the "REGULAa the Clerical Union XI at ihursdnv o the Union's ground on 10 The scorers were: iL 2, P. Tangavaloo 1 Uaba

HOCKEY WIN FOR S.C.R.C. [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY WIN FOR S.C.R.C. Good Dp.fenec Against V.M.C.A. Juniors Singapore, Saturday. THE SC.R.C. second string have a lor to thank a good defence for in their a by three coals to two SSL*** V C.A. Juniors at Hong Lim Green yesterday, the stubborn kept up by Yew Teck in goal

SINGAPORE SWIMMING CLUB [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SWIMMING CLUB CUNDAY'S event at the Singapore Swimming Club is the second race for the Jackson Millar Cup 100—metres race free style, open handicap. It will be followed by the usual wa'er polo practice games at 11.15 a.m.

HOME FOOTBALL [ARTICLE]

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HOME FOOTBALL League Fixtures For To-Day THE following matches in the English and Scottish Football Leagues will be played to-day: FIRST DIVISION Arsenal v. Sunderland. Birmingham v. Stoke City. Bolton W. v. Everton. Brentford v. Huddersfield T. Leeds U. v. Charlton A. Liverpool v. Grimsby T. Manchester U. v. Manchester

Unimpressive Hockey Trial [ARTICLE]

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Unimpressive Hockey Trial WHITES BEAT COLOURS Singapore, Saturday. A SINGAPORE hockey trial in order to select a representative side to meet the Japanese Olympic Team who are expected to arrive in Singapore on Sept. 20, was held on the S. R. C. ground yesterday evening. Two teams representing the Colours

ASTON ATHLETIC CLUB [ARTICLE]

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ASTON ATHLETIC CLUB Entries limled t or Biliards Tournament Members ol the above Club interested Ui Billiards will be tnleies.ed 10 lean, thai .he following annual even i will tie held in the very near future. Open Championship. A Class Handicap. "B" Class Handicap In addition to the above even

CYCLING CLUB [ARTICLE]

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CYCLING CLUB Inche Abdul Kahar bin Shahrun has been duly elec ed as Hon Auditor of the Empire Cycling Club in place of Mr Nah Gim Kee whose name has been struck off from the register. Inche M. Dowood. manager of Messrs M Dawood Bros, of Victoria Street has kindly

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CITY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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CITY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SUCCESSFUL MEETING AT JALAN BESAR Singapore, Saturday. IN spite of the inclemency of the weather, a large and representative gathering was present at the Jalan Besar Stadium yesterday when the third annual athletic sports meeting of the City High School was held. No fewer than 32

BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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BADMINTON The following are invited to play for the Why Worry B.P. against the Dayat 3 p.m. t% cur Court (Lorong 32 light Badminton on Sunday, Sept. 13 Geylang, Singapore; M. k. Ismail A Rehman; A. Rahim, M. Sidck, H.'n Ahmad Kassim Yaha, Mohamed Sultan, A. Latiff, A Razak and

AMICABLE B.P. [ARTICLE]

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AMICABLE B.P. Entries for the inter-teum tourna--1 ment of the Amicable B.P. are now open and will close on Sept. 20. The entrance fee is 25 cents a competitor, t t f|J|l

INTER-CLUB TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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INTER-CLUB TENNIS Chinese To Meet Airmen To-Day The following players will represent the SC.R.C. against the R.A.F. at »the SC.R.C. courts to-day (Saturday) at 5 pm.:—George Gaw, Chia Keng Tye. K. EL Tan. Yap Ah Chuan. Chua Choon Sim, Soon Eng Kiat, Pang Chiap Song, Scow Poh Lcng. Yeo Kok

AMICABLE B.P. [ARTICLE]

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AMICABLE B.P. The Amicable Badminton Party "B" team was entertained by the Havelock r-.adminton Party "A" at the latter's court in Bukit Ho Swee and was defeated by six games to one. All games were evenly contented I Scores Amicable B.P. players mention first):— l 5t l 5 btUt ChUU

ALERT B.P. [ARTICLE]

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ALERT B.P. The Ait i t B P defeated the Paya I t bar Epworth League by four games to one on Sept. 5. Three singles ties were abandoned due to failing of lif?ht. (Score, Alert B.P. players mentioned first > Tan Miang Jian and Wong Peng Nam leaf L<

EVATT & CO. vs. RANGERS [ARTICLE]

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EVATT CO. vs. RANGERS Hie following will represent Evatt and Co. in a hockey match against the Rangers on Wednesday. Sept. 16 on the CISC, ground at Sergangoon Road. G. V Neubronncr; Chan Boon Hock. G Scott; Lee Sen?; Hor, L. S. Reutens, Siow Kee; M. W. Armstrong. A. Marshall,

USEFUL B.P. [ARTICLE]

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USEFUL B.P. Ties in the 1936 annual singles championships of the Useful Badminton Party to be played during the next week-end, are as follows:— Saturday, Sept. 19: "A" Chiang Tiong Wah vs. Wee Kirn Wee; "B" Ong Say Yec vs. Yeo Cheow Heng. Sunday. Sept. 20: "A" George Chen vs.

JUNIORS vs. HOSPITAL [ARTICLE]

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JUNIORS vs. HOSPITAL The following will represent the Junior Department against the General Hospital B.C. on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at Anson Road:—Growther, E. C. M. Hope. V. C. Armstrong. B M. Barker. S. Hope. J. Traill. T B Newman. Tay Yew Wee. K. Leembrugpen, Tan Wee Eng, K. Armstrong (Capt.).

Y.M.C.A. HOCKEY [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. HOCKEY The following will represent the Junior Department against the Sikh Police on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at Anson Road: Crowther. V. Armstrong, C. Newman. J. Traill, Ong Swee Keng. S. Hope, E. Hope. B S. Varma. M. Armstrong, K. Suratta Reserves: —Wee Eng, B M. Barker.

SINGAPORE ENGLISH SCHOOL [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE ENGLISH SCHOOL The fourth annual athletic sports of the Singapore English School will be held at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Friday. Sep*. 18. from 3 p.m. to 6.15. All old boys and friends are cordially invited to attend.

PERRY TO MEET BUDGE IN FINAL U. S. TENNIS TOURNEY [ARTICLE]

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PERRY TO MEET BUDGE IN FINAL U. S. TENNIS TOURNEY Kay Stammers Beaten Forest Hills, Sept- 11Fttttl) Perry, Uie Wimbledon champion. Nil! be -opposed to Donald Under. (he American Davis Cup player, in the Men's Sincler; of the American U« n Tennis Champion •.hips Ihe semi-finals of which v<cre completed

NATIONAL B.P. MERRI&ALE BP. [ARTICLE]

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NATIONAL B.P. MERRI&ALE BP. Members of the National BP. are asked to turn down to pract se badminton on Saturday and Sunday at Eng Iloon Street court practices commence at 5 p.m. sharp. Clubs and parties desirous to have a friendly badminton match please communicate with the sports Captain Mr.

Tiger Flowers, who meets Joe Eagle at the New World on Friday next. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tiger Flowers, who meets Joe Eagle at the New World on Fri day next.

INTER-CLUB GOLF [ARTICLE]

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INTER-CLUB GOLF Island G.C. Ladies s.(. Ladies THE Island G.C Ladii G.C. Ladies' match will be n S*2 at Bukit Timah over 9 holes on M The toUowlng aretheteani and st* -island player 3.50 Mrs. J. Hill v 3.50 Mrs. Higgenbol Aleen. 3.55 Mrs. Bwayne v Mrs n 3.55 Mrs.

UNION SPORTING ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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UNION SPORTING ASSN. Members of the Union So n cation are notified that the en versary celebration will be he Aw Boon Haws bun Jang, on Sat. and Sun Oct The suberipuon t*m aDie In advance to the H Mr. E. Cheng Laonit r or to the Hon Leong, care

SEET KIM CHENG'S B.P. [ARTICLE]

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SEET KIM CHENG'S B.P. Members of the Seel Badminton Partj entries tor the Open Sin ship for Wee Gon Dol'j SI on Saturday, Sept 12 i ptutors are requested to entries as soon as pdsible

S.R.C. HOCKET [ARTICLE]

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S.R.C. HOCKET Wednesday, Bept. 16 o. Whites— Colours: —c. R Ebei Stock. T. AJWQoerque, R Douougl R. S. de Souza. C. E V. V. I. Bracken. M M Ann Bruyns, P. R. Lewis, A DC Whites: —D Ross. E X Yz Janaen, c. Maddox. A j v r b Mi.nr.

J.A. vs. S.T. JOSEPHS [ARTICLE]

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J.A. vs. S.T. JOSEPHS The following have been si ct d to play hockey for I.A. XI vs. S J> Inst, on Monday. Sept 14. on the I ground: Caldwell; 8 S Varma, Cboor Singh: Pushotam S Ifetl D X Samy p. Thangaw llu: Ebral J. Namazie. Reilmam. H. Pan!

MILITARY CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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MILITARY CRICKET Changi Gunners Win Garrison Shield m Singapore, Saturday. HE Royal Artillery Changi* won the Garrison Cricket Shield at Changi yesterday by defeating the Middlesex Regiment on the first innings by 114 ti,T he K G Uni rs batted first a »d P»t up the substantial total of 329.

Course Record Shattered CANADIAN'S GOLF FEAT [ARTICLE]

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Course Record Shattered CANADIAN'S GOLF FEAT Five "Birdies" 2nd Rouml Reuter. Trminlo. k »i>< PAIL RI'NYAN, hi Whilr shattered tli* Vrh, <>nurM> nvm-d wiili»» r»*-*• Canadian Op'-n lioi» «n'»*' .ship. Hp did tlir s<c«Mi(i r«un:» llvt under par. ind MS. 131 Lavvson Liltlc Mn ,k 67 filu tif. I.U. Runyan's

GARRISON SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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GARRISON SPORTS t -n-.i Tennis THE finals of the Garri Association Tournami held on September not as stated in Comm 97 dated 3-9-30 POOTBAJ L The following is the n ter-Company Footb P. W I H.M.S. "Terror" 10 7 2 Fort Canning. 10 i R.A.MC. 10 11th (8) Hy. Btv.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR STRAYING CATTLE [ARTICLE]

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR STRAYING CATTLE Need For Action To Taken 'To i&e Editor of the Mti < /niu Sir —l* *s «aid that u introduced in the Federal r ing with animals j eo public road at night 1 be carried by at t;l r j tendance to show

PICKPOCKETS [ARTICLE]

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PICKPOCKETS To the Editor of Ihc »SU li mav r\oi bo n t iai t nrit pcfcpocltet a -cun V.-.VWVBT then Js .1 ctuv-v "d -h; unlortuixatc expc:L. his pocket picked lost ni«r.i man i. as a result of which h f upju h« i.► i "Parker" pen i Wii

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Malayan Listeners' Radio nirom station TO-DAY (Continued from page 29) 0.20 a.m. Gymnastics. n m o 635 a.m. Recorded music. 5i« P d s Ihl the Far East and Call DJ( 650 am Tim e signal. Light re--5.16 p.m.—Rural reconstruction talk 7.40 p.m. Concert of Light Music corded music, i

Headmasters And Queen's Scholarships 1936 REPORT TO THE GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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Headmasters And Queen's Scholarships 1936 REPORT TO THE GOVERNMENT I SYSTEM O F AWARD 'SHOULD BE FROM RAFFLES COLLEGE" rt-E reproduce below the report submitted to Government on be- ha U of the 193G annual conference of heads of Singapore schools on (he Queen's Scholarships. The report strongly recomme r

A scene from ' The Prisoner Of Shark Island." which opens a' the Capitol Theatre next week. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A scene from The Prisoner Of Shark Island." which opens a' the Capitol Theatre next week.

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Mr. H. B. J. untitled Police. Tapah. ha I .sistHiit ('om:ir. I

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England's Players For Australia [ARTICLE]

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England's Players For Australia Good Work By Selectors V,; \i: \TK mii.t b* said about ihe Selectors' choices for T ,ii ti' >' in England ill the la-t —:itnl 1 for one prefer to •rit ;i> experiments rather jjjjjj, {fsiMiijko.'S—there is no doubt .Vv tin ,0 »e their work well

HOMEWARD FLIGHT [ARTICLE]

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HOMEWARD FLIGHT Ri<l ind Ale*rill To S tr} Shortly L infidii, Sept. 10. American airmen nd Dick MoirlU i f.dvnms ironi which i-j take rfr on their Y'jik as soon as h** pvmiit,—British after crcwslHi rpk in rru»:i rjir»if a foiofd •imrtvnn. In Carman•ortaiT of iHitrol, r 't hurt, unci

GEORGE V MEMORIAL FUND [ARTICLE]

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GEORGE V MEMORIAL FUND British Official Wireless. The London Sept. 10. I w lhe Kin? George V r,,,, y morial Fund now stands British Official Wire-

NEW COLONIAL STAMPS [ARTICLE]

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NEW COLONIAL STAMPS No Special Coronation Issues I British Official Wireless. London, Sept. 10. ARRANGEMENTS are being made for w issu es at or about the date of the Coronation next year of new Colonial stamps bearing the King's effigy The new issue will be confined at first to a

"CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION" [ARTICLE]

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"CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION" Indian Congress Leader's Campaign <By Air Mail) Simla. A "CIVIL Liberties Union" has been formed by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the Congress Nationalist leader with strong socialist views, who will launch a "civil liberties" campaign. At a meeting summoned in Bombay to discuss the new organisation, it was

OFF TO PALESTINE [ARTICLE]

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OFF TO PALESTINE C.-In-C.'s Message To Men At Aldershot British Official Wireless. London, Sept. 10. A SPECIAL order of the day ad dressed to all the troops of th' First Division, who are embarking for Palestine, by the comriV*nder-in-chief at Aldershot. says: T cannot let you leave without wishing you

SHELDONIAN THEATRE [ARTICLE]

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SHELDONIAN THEATRE British Official Wireless. London, Sept. 10. The Sheldonian Theatre, one of the most famous buildings in Oxford ar»H designed by Sir Christopher Wren, haf bpen attacked by the death-watch heetl* *o svrh an extent that it has been fou-nd r>no»c< S nrv tn close it for six months

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The upper part of a skull of a pre historic man has been found on the lefbank of the Skhodnya River by an anthropological expedition sent out by the Soviet Academy of Material Culture which has been engaged in excavations for some years in the reeion of the Moscow—Volga Canal.

MESSAGE TO ALLEGED GUN SHIP [ARTICLE]

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MESSAGE TO ALLEGED GUN SHIP From Abyssinian Minister In London PLEASE send me full report of arms on board and any disposed of.— Martin, Abyssinian Legation." This telegram was received by Capt. p. P. Allan, until recently master of the British steamer La Santa Maria, from Dr. A, W. Martin,

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New Malay School In Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New Malay School In Singapore PICTURES OF LOCAL AND GENERAL INTEREST F C. Sands. Scout Commissio the Malay Sccuts a: the opening of the new Malay Sch :>ol on Thursday. Miss Etsuka Komiya and Miss J. Nishida, two Japanese girls with big reputations In their own country. The former failed

PICTURES OF LOCAL AND GENERAL INTEREST [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Some of the guests present at the opening of the new Malay School. The group includes the Hon. Capt. N. M. Hashim, Mr. F. C. Sands, Scout Commissioner, and the Hon. Mr. F. J. Morten. Director of Education. Hut building demonstration by Malay Scouts at the of the new Malay

Selangor Royalty In Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Selangor Royalty In Singapore Twc of HH. the Sultan of Selangor's sons (on the left' photoerahed en the Rajputana yesterday. They are accompanying theii England.

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