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THE MORNING TRIBUNE VOL. 1.— No. 178. SINGAPORE, THURSDAY, August 27, 1936. FIVE CENTS.

WORLD RULERS TO MEET? [ARTICLE]

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WORLD RULERS TO MEET? Mr. Roosevelt's New York, Aug. 26. WITH reference to a report that President Roosevelt, if he is re-elected in November, will invite King Edward, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, the French President and representatives of China and Japan to a world peace corrference, the New York Times says

King Edward Welcomed By Athenians At Phaleron [ARTICLE]

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King Edward Welcomed By Athenians At Phaleron Athens, Aug. 25. A large crowd of Athenians assembled at Phaleron Harbour to welcome King Edward when he arrived aboard the "Nahlin," escorted by British and Greek destroyers. Although the visit was an informal one the City was gay with ilags of BuLain

GREATEST BATTLE OF THE WAR [ARTICLE]

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GREATEST BATTLE OF THE WAR ill 111 IN LAIHMII Bl«i ATTACK EYE-WITNESS STORY HORRORS OF MOIH-lIX WAR VIVIDLY DEM HIIIII* Hendaye, Aug. 26. i BATTLE for Irun and San Sebastian is in full progress and is now raging under a cloud of smoke on the Pampluna-Irun road between Alunda and

Japanese Protest Chengtu Incident [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Protest Chengtu Incident Nanking, Aug. 26. Wi. Suma. the Japanese Consul-General, 1:1 announced to-day that he is lodging roua protect with the Chinese n omce this afternoon against the Ident at Chengtu an Monday evening. four Japane.se were set upon by 'hine.se mob. Two of the victims killed, one

STALIN'S OMINOUS SPEECH [ARTICLE]

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STALIN'S OMINOUS SPEECH "On Eve Of Momentous Events" London, Aug. 26. AN Evening News special report says that Stalin, broadcasting to the Red Army to-day, said "We are on the eve of momentous events. At any moment you may be called upon to lay down your lives in defence of

ANGLO-EGYPTIAN TREATY [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-EGYPTIAN TREATY Signed At Foreign Office Yesterday THE Anglo-Egyptian Treaty was signed at the Foreign Office to-day. The Foreign Minister, Mr. Anthony Eden, the Lord Privy Seal. Lord Halifax, the Hcme Secretary. Sir John Simon, and the Lord President of the Council. Mr Ramsay Mr.cdonald, signed on behalf of the

U.S. War Secretary III [ARTICLE]

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U.S. War Secretary III Washington. Aug. 'Jh. Mr. Dem. War Secretary, to seriously ill With heart trouble.- Reuter

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oN OTHEK PAGES Page oush Case Ends Bunk Theft 2 innese Bonds M:n.sters Here Koury Dinner 26 L tnal Sport A< S •>

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C. P. O. Ough "Drove Recklessly" [ARTICLE]

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C. P. O. Ough "Drove Recklessly" I FINE OF il Serious Charge Fails Singapore, Wednesday "WHEN I realised the other car was coming dtad on, I applied the brakes, reieased them and then swerved to my right When I swerved to the left to get back to the correct side

Chinese Bonds Rule Firm In London [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Bonds Rule Firm In London London. Aug. 26 THt firmness of to-day's market for Chinese Bonds reflects the satisfaction of City circles with China's efforts to ut her house in order. The Financial Times in a leader concludes by saying -Stabilisation of the Railway Loan position by helping to

LOCAL BANK THEFT [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL BANK THEFT Two Men Sent To Singapore, W\dn s lay. THIS morning Mr. A. D. York, t Singapore Third Magistrate, delivered his verdict in thr preliminary inquiry in which four pen na w< re trrested in connection with.th thef of 11,085 trui dois from the N therlands Bank, Singapore.

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"Marchuria Must Be Beturned" [ARTICLE]

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"Marchuria Must Be Beturned" CHINA AND JAPAN Chinese Minister Interviewed Singapore, Wednesday rii TTKRING in the breeze from l the foremast of the German i; lie r (ineisenau as it came along- j(|p the Singapore Harbour Board wharves this afternoon was the Chinese National flag. It is flown i,, honour

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LOST FOX TERRIER DOG, white with black markings on head and back, lost between 35th and 42nd mile Johore 1 u Pahat Road. Answers to name of PADDY. Any information to P. J. A. WILLIAMS. Southern Malay Estate, Rengam or to MISS A TOBY. A.P.C. SINGAPORE REWARD

"THE GREATEST CRIME" [ARTICLE]

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"THE GREATEST CRIME" Trotsky On Moscow Executions Oslo. Aug. 25. ONE of the greatest crimes in history." was Trotsky's comment on the Moscow executions. "It is my duty to unmask it." The details of the execution of Zino- I viefT, KamenefT and the 14 others convicted in the terrorist plot,

The Pavilion [ARTICLE]

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The Pavilion Fine Presentation Of History SELDOM has history been brought to the .screen in so moving and dramatic a form a.s in the British Gainsborough picture. "Tudor Ro.se," which tells the story of the most tragic queen of all time—Lady Jane Grey, who ruled over England for nine days

Tie Alhambra [ARTICLE]

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Tie Alhambra Charlie Chan Thrills His Audience WARNER OLAND. in the character of Charlie Chan, never fails to draw a big audience, as was proved again yesterday at the Alhambra Theatre where the Fox Film "Charlie Chan at the Circus" attracted full houses at all shows. The clever exposition of

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The verger's daughter's presentiment that something was wrong led to the discovery in the belfry of Worle Parish Church, Somerset, of Arthur Cook, 56. dying on the floor. He was removed to hospital, but was dead on arrival. It is not yet known how he came by lils death.

AIRMEN IN S'PORE [ARTICLE]

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AIRMEN IN S'PORE Chinese Mission Arrive Singapore, Wednesday. A CHINESE Air Mission of five members arrived in Singapore this afternoon by the P. and O. Kaisar-I-llind on a visit to the K..VI base in Seletar. They are staying here about ten days and during that time will study technique, defence

Law Notice For To – day [ARTICLE]

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Law Notice For To day Before Mr. Justice Adrian Clark in the 2nd Court at 11 a.m. S. 20/35— Lee Bay Neo (m.w. > vs. Koh Boon Chye etc. Before Mr. Justice Mundell in the Ist Court at 11 a.m. Part heard:— S. s2B/33 S. Rengasamy Pillay vs. Sadhu Pakirswamy

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I Mrs. Annie Bennett, 78, of Hathersage, Derbyshire, fell in going upstai r s at her home and died later from a fracture skull.

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LONDON COMMODITIES [ARTICLE]

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LONDON COMMODITIES I- 73A UP Vs Jan-IMar. flj 7 ***** up I|U London, Aug. 26. PALM OIL (Malay) ri9V Last Quotation To-day In bulk Aug.|Sept. Shipment. £21.5.0 Value £21.5.0 Value COPRA (Straits, F.M.S.) August Shipment £15.0.0 Sellers £15.1.3 Value SAGO FLOUR (Sarawak) Seed Pearl (S'pore) August shipment 161V2 Sellers ifllVfe

FOREIGN EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE London, Aug. 26. Previous To-day Change T.T. on Paris (closing middle rate) 76.41 76.41 T.T. on Amsterdam (closing middle rate) 7.41V4 olr ,oh T.T. on Shanghai (closing selling rate) Is. 215 32d. Is. 2 1532d T.T. on Hongkong (closing selling rate) Is. 215 16d. Is. 231 32 upl

BULLION MARKET [ARTICLE]

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BULLION MARKET igi/ 2 19 9 16 U P 2 months forwaid 1912

LONDON S HARE LIST [ARTICLE]

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LONDON S HARE LIST London, Aug. 26 Previous To-day Ciiange J. P. Coats 5316 53 9 up 3d Distillers ***** 106 6 up 9d Dunlop Rubber 36 3 36 4 up id General Electric 86 86 6 up 6d Guinness 150i- 150|Imperial Chemical Industries 39 6 39 9 up 3d

METAL MARKET [ARTICLE]

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METAL MARKET London, Aug. 26 TIN Standard. Previous To-day Change Cash (official price) £183 116 £183 116 3/months forward (official price) £180» 8 U P

NEW YORK TABLE [ARTICLE]

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NEW YORK TABLE New York. Aug. 25. RUBBER Previous To-day Change Very Quiet Steady Tone ift 1 a 16 1 16 1 16 r, -x Buyers 16 1 a 1U x iU StWt Wn 16 316 16 316 Sellers 16 5 16 16 5 16 TIN Standard DU H Quiet

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n iiiuiisii 1 NmSKp' INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. LOSS OF PROFITS INSURANCE W. J. DEXTER, Manager. Tel. MM. X nnlayson Green.

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HI VULCAIN Watches never vary either in their ijii sterling qualities or their time-keepmg. Owner Ilii ship of a VULCAIN Watch is an investment ja her iiii than a purchase for you have a beaut ful i little piece of workmanship in which you can place 111: I the most

STOCKS AND SHARES. [ARTICLE]

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STOCKS AND SHARES. Issued by_Fraser and Co. Lyall and Evatt, Exchange and Stock Brokers. Wednesday. Auk. 26th. 5 p.m. Par Pd 2 2 Alex Brick Ord. 1.20 130 120 130 2 2 do 7»/ 2 Prefs. 1.45 L55 1.45 155 10 10 At. as Ice 10 00 11.00 10 00

THE LOCAL MARKETS

Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Singapore: 26 3 8 cts,. unchanged. Market Tone: uull. London: 7 12d. unchanged. Market Tone: Dull. New Yoik: 16 18 cts., down 116 cts. Market Tone: Steady. To-day's market has remained unchanged although there appeared to be more inquiry from the home markets. A little business was done for

THE SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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THE SINGAPORE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. DAILY PRICES CURRENT. Singapore, Wednesday noon. Buyers. Sellers. No. I.X.R.S.S. in cases (F.0.8. August) 26 9,16 26 ***** Good F.A.Q. in cases (F.0.8. August) 26 7,16 26^ No. I.X.R.S.S. (Spot-loose) (awardable Spore) 26% 26Vfe do. September 26 2 26% do. Oct. Dec. 26

Rubber Auction [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Auction Prices Realised At Weekly Sale Singapore, Wednesday. THE Singapore Chamber of Commerce A Rubber Association held its 1 .292nd auction here to-day at which there wore: Catalogued J.040.186 lb.— tons: 464.37 Offered 1,001,396 lb.— ions 447.05 Sold 835,535 lb.— Urns 373.01 London— Spot 7 1 2d. New York—

Tin [ARTICLE]

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Tin Singapore, Wednesday, noon. Singapore: $90, up $18. London: £183.7.6.. down 2s. 6d.; three month* £180.7.6.. down 2s. t>d, EXCHANGE London-New York: 5.03 116. New York-London: 503 7 16.

Share Market [ARTICLE]

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Share Marke t Singapore, Wednesday 5 p.m MESSRS. Fraser and Company in their "1 daily comment on the opening trend ;.i the shan* maiket .state: The market as a whole has been very idle to-day, the only section in which any interest was shown being tins where prices in one

The Exchanges [ARTICLE]

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The Exchanges Singapore, Aug. 26. The following worn closing rates in the local exchange market to-day:— SELLING london T.T. »J }j}°; London demand t,onaou 4 months' sltflt 3flS Lyons demand 140 Hamburg demand lfi New York demand 58 lijio Montreal demand 7 10 Batavia demand o^s" Samarans demand 00/ Calcuua,

Produce [ARTICLE]

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Produce Singapore, Aug. 26. R (Siam) W .Coast No .1 per Koyan $155 R (Siam) W. Coast No .2 per Koyan $150 B BUun W. Coast No .3 per Koyan $140 R. (Siam) "Sinhuay" No. Al R (Siam) "Sinhuay* No. 1 **<& R (Siam) "Sinhuay" No. 2 p.. (Siam) "Sinhuay"

Johore [ARTICLE]

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Johore Mineral Resources Of The State SOME interesting details 01 tfai mineral resources of Johore appear i n the current issue of the Imperiui Ins itute Bullein. and they merit nm loiice. as hitherto little information has .ten published on the subject. Oi the State's total area »4,73b.0u0 acres), only

Stock Exchange [ARTICLE]

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Stock Exchange Loudon, Aug. 25. On tne Btoek Exchange to-day furiv r selective buying of industrial i. ues and scattered profit-taking imitated an Irregular appearance to ttu uarketa. Among foreign issues Chinese wen aj In prominent especially CantontCowloons. E.sewhere, tea shares wen Hrxner In symnnthv with the commoi •v. -Rcuter

Malaya Trade Statistics [ARTICLE]

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Malaya Trade Statistics Gross imports into Malaya during Tuly amounted to $49,181,000 compaied trtttl $37,*****0 in 1935. The total imoorts for the first seven months of the rear amounted to $290 132,000 compared vith 5286.495.000 for the corresponding )eriod last year. Orooi exports for July totalled :G 1.3 15,000 against

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The Iraqi Government have offered to receive 10 Arab boys from Aden in the Government College without fee. The Arab community has accepted theoffer.

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THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK, LTD. (Established in 1880) Capital Subscribed < Fully paid up) Y.1 00.000 000 Reserve Fund Y.129.1f>0.000 Head Office: YOKOHAMA SINGAPORE BRANCH MEYER CHAMBERS. RAFFLES PLACE Manager, T. YAMAMOTO Tel: No. 6049 Manager's Room. 5921 5922 General Office 5923 ft472 Compradore's Dps* BANK OF CHINA (Incorporated in

SELANGOR COCONUTS LTD. ANNUAL MEETING [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR COCONUTS LTD. ANNUAL MEETING Improvement In All Departments: Higher Dividend *uv »th annual general meeting of In*" shareholders of Selangor Coco- tri was held at the registered oi the Company.. No. 1, Embank- Kuala Lumpur, on Saturday, Aug. S Mi W A. Stinton, the Chairman, •'the minutes convening the

Kreuger & Toll [ARTICLE]

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Kreuger Toll Dividend Expected In Autumn Stockholm, July 29. H '"•nmnts of the Kreuger and Toll of V estate for the first half 6.478 5^,^ income amounted to DeSK" plus £8 lOd in "tiling. •s on own bank account have 5417™ by s b()llt H.000.000kr.. to 1 !y 1^ ll(i

Big Railway Speed-Up [ARTICLE]

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Big Railway Speed-Up A BIG speed-up of the railway service between Manchester and Sheffield i will follow the electrification of the line which was recently agreed upon An increase of 50 per cent in the uphi!' speeds of express trains will be possible and the uphill speeds of the heaviest

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Representatives of the London and North Eastern Railway recently visited the Welwyn Garden City factory estate lor the purpose of considering additions to traffic services and siding facilities in order to serve the land which is to be developed north of the i Hertford branch line. A plan ll to

Kampong Kuantan Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Kampong Kuantan Rubber rHE Kamponp Kuantan Rubber Con.pany is one of the most moderately capitalised and most efficient rubber producing concerns in Malaya. Even for such a relatively poor period as 1935 it was able to pay a totai div,idead oi" 11 per cent., in interims of 3 and 4

FRASER AND CO.'S SHARE MARKET REVIEW [ARTICLE]

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FRASER AND CO.'S SHARE MARKET REVIEW Dull And Uneventful Week Recorded ERASER and Co.'s weekly report on the Singapore share market, dated Aug. 25, states: The local market has experienced another dull and uneventful week with business in all sections rather limited and 'scrappy." Reports from home are of a

Eastern International Rubber Trust [ARTICLE]

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Eastern International Rubber Trust i OHAREHOLDERS of the Eastern Intcrnational Rubber and Produce Trust have already learned that the company xs distributing considerably more than it earned in the year to the end cf last June. Mr. H. B. Figgis, presiding at the an'nml meeting In the absence of Sii

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Tall shows packed out at yesterdays pre-* MIERE IT'S CHARLIE CHAN'S BEST and MOST J THRILLING ADVENTURE. s TO-DAY at the ALIIAMBIIaI I L 1 i '1' 'II I I ilJBt 7 1 11 1 I SEE CHANS SENSATION- 1 jAL ESCAPE FROM A Jf L |S. T^^ V[maddened gorilla

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615 rf,^M Bi^ r An<l «<"«r! C^^W^^Than 11,., r VIII «K? THE NOBIES OF iHiiiigr- cNCLAND DID STRAN^f wi^H K\ IIU Turin TERRIBLE- ■J^^dMfl^^Mfl^SSl The World's Critics acclaim this a "GREATER THAN BOUNTY" rAI ITOr Next Month! J^^#GABLEMiilb j W***iS£^E ></#'' The most exciting screen I -sw^-t^^lC*^ "^2 sweethearts of

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PREMIERE Ist SEPT. THE IMMORTAL \jw^^. STORY OF THE uj&* HEROINE WHO Vl Vk CHANGED INI RSING JFi IIV FROM A SCANDAL [mk. M\ to woman's Vrj l^Pw!r NOBLEST PROFESSION! Av v^^3»f\~ Warner Bros! Magnificent Answer to the Public's Challenge to Produce ||W Another Picture as Fine and Thrill* ing

TRADING ESTATES TO RELIEVE UNEMPLOYMENT [ARTICLE]

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TRADING ESTATES TO RELIEVE UNEMPLOYMENT Newcastle, Northumberland. 4 VAST area of approximately 700 acres costing some 170,000 will form the site, at Gateshead, Newcastle, of Britain's first trading estate in her drive to relieve unemployment and revive industry in the distressed areas. The Estate is in the Team, Valley, near

Western Ethtiopia [ARTICLE]

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Western Ethtiopia L Appeal For £2,000,000 For Its Defence A RENEWED appeal for at least £2,000.000 for the defence and relief of the inhabitants of Western Ethiopia, as yet not occupied by Italy, is made by Dr. W. C. Martin, the Ethiopian Minister In London, in i .statement issued from

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While search was being made for a small craft dragged down by subterranean streams in flood a Postumia, a crotto abou' one and a half miles deep was discovered. It is described u comparing favourably with the Paradise GrotU), and plans are being made to open it to the public.

Germany Will Not Go To War To Regain Her Colonies [ARTICLE]

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Germany Will Not Go To War To Regain Her Colonies Oxford THE idea that Germany would go to war to win back her colonies is preposterous," said Dr. Karl von Abshagen. London correspondent of various German newspapers since 1931, while addressing the Liberal Summer School now meeting here. He was

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aaHHIHBB^ This picture shows the strange and striking array of sculptures outside the newly decorated Hindu temple in South Bridge Road.

JUNK CAPSIZES [ARTICLE]

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JUNK CAPSIZES Fifty People Drowned In Yellow River Peiping. Aug. 24. MOKE than 50 Chinese were drowned when a junk in which they were travelling on the Yellow River capsized in midstorm near Tungkwan, in Shensi Province Reuter. which she was compelled to take in 1919 -at the point of

SOVIET WILL RE INVINCIBLE [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET WILL RE INVINCIBLE World's Biagest Army And Air Force Riga, Aug. 21. FOLLOWING the decree lowering the f military age to 19 years, it is reported that the Soviet has begun to erect new barracks in the West Frontier region to accommodate a million troops, who will be recruited

Razor Blades [ARTICLE]

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Razor Blades Find On Bottom Of Swimming Pool RAZOR blades have been lound scattered on the bottom of York's mnspopular swimming bath— the Rowntree Park Pool The discovery, in a bath devoted to mixed bathinp. has caused consternation to bathers and to members of the Park Commuter One of the

IMMENSE WEALTH OF FORESTS OF EMPIRE [ARTICLE]

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IMMENSE WEALTH OF FORESTS OF EMPIRE London THE enormous wealth that is being p ro 1 duced by the forests of the Emum will, perhaps, be increased to a vast ex tent in the future as the result of scien tific investigations. This statement is made in the annuai report

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\^r T0 PENANG .^;V Services: Sun. Wed Single tare £9 i^T „o^ <577 approx i yT TO BRISBANE In 3^ Days. Services: Mon. Fri. Single fare £52 ($446 approx.) TO ENGLAND In m Days. Services: Sun. Wed. Single fare £156 ($1,337 approx.) IMPERIAL AIKWAV^

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ma a ■k < yr _^r _> I m V II %m 1 II aT-» a» B^ ML^ k^ Mr QIALTTY ALWAYS mj^^^ lIBBBH k. I k i A B^ M m\l 80.000-ton Cunard-White Star II C Ml J^ l7 1 nner Queen Mary passed the Nan- ,A%o^ \b^ I

MORNING TRIBUNE Singapore: Thursday. Aug. 27, 1936. THE SPANISH LESSON [ARTICLE]

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MORNING TRIBUNE Singapore: Thursday. Aug. 27, 1936. THE SPANISH LESSON WHILE the world Is horror stricken at the carnage in Spain, it is significant that the civil war has had one notable effect on Europ? in general. It has diverted attention from other international problems. The question of Italy and

AROUND M LAYA [ARTICLE]

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AROUND M LAY A COMMENTING on the timber industry of the Colony in the annual report of tho social and economic progress of the Colony in 1935. Mr. J. A. Hunter, the Acting Colonial Secretary, states that the location of the mills in Singapore is not very satisfactory from the

PERSONALITIES [ARTICLE]

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PERSONALITIES Mr. J. McNicol has been appointed a member of the Indian Immigration Committee vice Mr. G. R. French resigned. V Mr. G. Savage. Controller, Posts and Telegraphs Department. S.S. and F.M.S., has been appointed to act as Director of Posts. S.S. and F.M.S. Mr Joseph Richard Pyper, Senior Superintendent

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Local Sport:— Above, H. E. Orr, prominent S.C.C. sportsman, in play the Autumn tennis tournament at the club; below, an incident irun the Cup tie, Middlesex Regiment vs. Government Services.

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Japanese Expansion In Far East [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Expansion In Far East PERPLEXITIES OF PACIFIC NATIONS 200 Delegates In Session At Yosemite Yosemite, Aug. 16. THE sixth and perhaps the most important biennial conference of the T In stitute of Pacific Relations since its founding in 1925, bringing iprrates from all nations interested in the Pacific Area,

NO FOOD SHORTAGE IN U. K. [ARTICLE]

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NO FOOD SHORTAGE IN U. K. League Report On Nutrition London. I HE remarkable Increase in the annual consumption ol certain ioocistuffs in me United Kingdom compared with preWar yeais is emphasised in the third volume oi the League of Nations Report on the Problem oi Nutrition. The Report shows

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A CihblTUb MAST IN A*M6AVi»bY »&ANiY w.B. 16

UNKNOWN British Empire v. America Athletics [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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UNKNOWN British Empire v. America Athletics Jesse Owens (in white sweater), the coloured member of the U.S.A. Olympic team accompanit d by admirers on his morning sprint in London. The French steamer, "San Francisco" on shore at Haisborough Sands, Cromer, with tugs in attendance. Her port of register is Havre.

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Registered Trade Mark RENE ULLMANN ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL OF A SENSATIONAL SELECTION OF NEW TYPES of ROCK CRYSTAL WATCHES and of JEWELLERY WHIST WATCHES SET WITH I REAL DIAMONDS. I from $50 to $2,000 I THE BEST SWISS MADE MOVP«I MENTS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL 1 MODELS THE BEST CHOICE OF

Net Profit [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Net Profit Turning Mosquilti belting Advantage in Decorating the Home WE have often looked at our bedrooms and wished: if only mosquitoes did not trouble us and we did not have to let an ugly frame spoil the streamline of our furniture! And our rooms of the house we would

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,5 t Attractive new selection Embroidered evening Handb«f, Pekin-Glass Trees, Novel Antque Jewe ley at Haflles Hotel Bras Bm«I lW j( j i lit AISO N MARTI X j i 17-19, Orchard Road 'phone 3450 i

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Mr. William Simone photographed aboard the President Wilson on which he is making a round the world trip.

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Mr. W.E. Heater of the Nether Pacific Pejtroleum Maatschappi Batavia, photographed **f* r T President Wilson prior to his <i» I ture for America.

SHIPS IN DOCK [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN DOCK KEPPEL HARBOl'K Main Wharf: Lch. Dolphin. Tuc Prince Dredger Todak. Lch Sir f. Eraser Buian. Scott Harley. Recorder VESSELS IN DRY DOCKS Keppel Harbour: King's Dock: Goldmouth No. 1 Dock: Caisson. SHIPS ALONGSIDE THE WHARVES OR EXPECTED TO ARRIVE Hai Lee Kaisar-I-Hind Masunda Bandai Maru 14 Gneisenau

Mails Expected [ARTICLE]

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Mails Expected Mails expected from Europe etc (Amsterdam', time of delivery of boxholders' letters only 8 p.m. yesterday and general delivery of letters 825 am to-day. Mails expected from China and Japan by the Celebes Maru, due at Singapore to-day. Mails expected from Europe etc. < London > by Air

Londoners' Ignorance Of The Thames [ARTICLE]

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Londoners Ignorance Of The Thames MR Thomas Wiles, vice-chairman ol Port of London Authority, speaking V Dockdurinu a tour of the d<XJta river bv exrort and shipping mai "id that about 5 per cent only of me oeople had ever seen the river, i more than 1 per cent had

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The new French seaplane. L.( for the south transatlantic servU* pleted satisfactory trials at Aiml>, I Is fitted with four 880 h.p.en,i,-. and during the tost carried nearly I at a speed of more tban WO hour

Mail Delivered [ARTICLE]

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Mail Delivered The Air mail 'Netherlands* despatch-e-d from Singapore on Aug. lf> was delivered in London on Aug. 25 (6 days).

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The King, through Lord Wigram, has granted his patronage to the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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MAILS CLOSE TO-DAY Peneerang Soon) 9 a.m. Penang (Kedah) 10 a.m. Pamangkat, Sambas and Sing kawang iTomohon) 11 a.m. China (generally) (Tilawa) 1 p.m. japan (Tilawa) 1 p.m. Hongkong 'Tilawa) 1 p.m. Hoihow <Hai Lee> 2 p.m. Burma Karagola) 3 p.m. India, East and North (Karagola) 3 p.m. India. South

News Of The Day [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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News Of The Day IMr Kavani/a. Mr. Wichian Vikulya inonkal and Mr. Khun Ruang Visvikan three Siamese Army Officers photographed aboard the President Wilson prior to their departure for Europe.

New Ships [ARTICLE]

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New Ships Italian Policy In The East iT reported that Italy proposes to' 1 contract some 100,000 tons of new in replacement of some of the; ship< purchased in connection with the war in North Africa. A scheme is under consideration for ftanisation of the Italian ser- vices to various

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17,000 Bachelors Wanted For New Volunteer Militia . [ARTICLE]

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17,000 Bachelors Wanted For New Volun teer Militia BRITAIN is to have a new Armylike the Militia of pre-war days. It is to be 17.000 strong;, all infantrymen, and every member a bachelor between the ages of seventeen and twenty-five years. Enlistment will be for six years, with the option

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A view from the air of the new na tional broadcasting station in Berlin.

Road Deaths [ARTICLE]

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Road Deaths Least Accidents On Sundays x London, Auk. 23. a KKIOKT is published by the jT Ministry of Transport giving an of over 65,300 road accidents in 19:55, involving the deaths of nearly 6,500 people. Inquiries which have been undertaken as part of the campaign for road safety followed

Workers Travel Asscn. [ARTICLE]

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Workers Travel Asscn. Alderman A. S. Dutton, of Chester, a passenger on the President Wilson, who is making a tour of the world, writes to us pointing out that the Workers' Travel Association, the organisers of the tour, is an entirely non-political body.

Vimy's Grim Ridge Will For Ever Be Part Of Canada [ARTICLE]

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Vimy's Grim Ridge Will For Ever Be Part Of Canada IN the spirit of thankfulness fo their example, of reverence f their devotion, and of pride in the r comradeship, I unveil this mem h to Canada's dead." With these simple, moving Word the King voiced the unsnX, thoughts of

China Rice [ARTICLE]

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China Rice Hongkong. Aug. 2b. The Ministry Of Finance has instructed the Canton Customs office to exempt foreign rice imported between July 20 and Aug. 10 from the tax. Half of the i tax is to be abolished in August and the i balance as from September. The Canton merchants

Officials Pardoned [ARTICLE]

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Officials Pardoned I Nanking. Aug. 25. The Central Government has approved the suggestion of the Executive Yuan pardoning Mr. Chen Ming Shu and ex-Marshal Li Chai Sum. The orders for their arrest have been nancelled.- Sin Chew Jit Poh

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The total death-roll among the detachment of 60 Mannheim Storm Troopers who were in a motor-lorry which fell over an embankment near Freudenstadt is 26. several of the injured having since died in hospital.

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American Isolation From Wars [ARTICLE]

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American Isolation From Wars )OSEVELTS SPEECH Vo Political Commitments New York, Aug. 14. 1,1 rl( *'S determination to isolate i M ,i c nipietely from war was H Lto President Roosevelt 'tnK.n" address :o a summer 111 „»nciTiied and less cheerful SmSSS world conditions SfffiSK immediate domestic |)r ra U

KING TO OPEN PARLIAMENT [ARTICLE]

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KING TO OPEN PARLIAMENT First Visit To The House London. THE Kln^ will make his first appe«u--ance in Parliament as Sovereign on Tuesday, November 3. when DC will i pen the new session. Mr. Baldwin made this statement m i he House of Commons on Tuesday, when, replying to a

E Naval Chiefs' New Interest In Torpedo Boats [ARTICLE]

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E Naval Chiefs' New Interest In Torpedo Boats London FHfl fact that certain foreign navi"s h:ive provided themselves with motor torpedo-boats in large numbers, together with their recent relntroduruuii Into the Royal Navy after an LCfipse of 15 years, has made them thfl object of much pubiic interest of late.

100 MILES AN HOUR! [ARTICLE]

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100 MILES AN HOUR! Last Word In Sea Serpents London A SEA serpent thirty feet long and swimming at nearly a hundred miles an hour. Mr H E Witard. fo.merly Lord Mayor of Norwich, declares that this is what he saw off the Norfolk coast at Eccles when in company

Mystery [ARTICLE]

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Mystery Coroner And Heart Of A Woman is olten older than a man double her 1 VCThis"ls how Mr R Stuart Rodger the privately by the jurywomen, who retired in order to talk to her alone. The coroner said he put the girl into their hands to elicit details that

Unemployment Down [ARTICLE]

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Unemp loyment Down London. UNEMPLOYMENT Is steadiiy decressing in Great Britain. The latest figures row issued here, show that 50,604 more men' and women found work during the montn enuing Juiy Stfi alone. The total of unemployed persons on thai, date was 1.552.072— the lowest figure for more than six

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The "World Congress on leisure time and' recreation" was opened at Hanburg recentlv Dr. Robert Ley. the Organization Leader of the Nazi 'Labour Front, was elected president and five viceoresidrnts were appointed including Sir Noel Curtis-Bennett, the British Government's delegate. Herr Rudolf Hess, the Furtheer's Deputy, made an inaugural speech.

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The Yugoslav Deputy Damfan Arnaato ch, who discharged his revolver at Dr. Stoyadinovitch. the Prime Minister, in the Skuptshina on March 6. has been .sentenced to 15 years' imprisonmen: in. Uepu ...> accused ol insulating to muider were sentenced to terms or Imprisonment ranging from l 1 to live years.

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Mini- Bucharest municipal officials and contractors whom the Court held to be responsible lor the collapse of a stand during the June 8 celebrations have be< n sentenced to terms oi Imprisonment ol irom six -o 18 months. They and the municipality wire also ordered to pay about £35,000 at

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lON THE RADIO British Empire Programme Transmission 2: GSH 13.97 metres (21.47 mcN.) and GSG 16.86 metres (17.79 mcs.). from 6.20 p.m. to 9.05 p.m. Transmission 3: GSG 16.86 metres (17.79 mcs.) and (iSF 16.82 metres (15.14 mcs.) from 9.20 p.m. to 0.20 a.m. GSH 13.97 metres (21.47 mcs.), from

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305 p.m.— Records. 3.25 p.m.— News in French. 4.05 p.m. News iii English. 4 20 p.m.— End of Broadcast. Wavelength: 19.68 Metres 15.243 Kcs.) 5 15 p.m. Day's programme. 5.20 p.m.— Relay from Radio-Paris-Concert. 6.20 p.m.— News in English 6 35 p.m. Continuation of relay. Concert. Y.us p.m. -Continuation ol

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6 20 p.m. Concert of Light Music. 7 20 p m. News in English. 7 35 p.m. Greetings to our Listeners 1 in tne "Far East." 7.4U p.m. Concert of Light Music (continued) 8 20 p.m. News and Economic Review in German. 3.35 p.m. Relayed from the Eosant der Chapel

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1.20 p.m. Lunch music. 1.50 p.m. Dance music 2.10 News bulletin. 2.20 p.m. dose down. 5.50 p.m. Time signal. ODenin announcement. opening 6.05 p.m. On scouting. 8.35 p.m. Mario "HarD" i***^ and H<s Rhythmics. LOWn 6.50 p.m. Nirom news bulletin hi 7.10 p.m. Recital by Yehudi Menufor 8 t 2

"Queen Of the 40 Thieves" Dies [ARTICLE]

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"Queen Of the 40 Thieves" Dies CAREER OF UNDERWORLD Glamorous Adventures Of Polly London, Aug. 12. ,i i<i\v flowers on newly Lu n ied earth ta a cemetery over lookW p-nirlish Channel are to-day the only tangible reminders Fngiand's most noton >us women of the underworld has i 11( l

Bought Volcano [ARTICLE]

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Bought Volcano Man Who Likes The Idea Of Owning One Auckland. New Zealand. New Zealand s.ockbrcker has bought A a volcano- because he likes me idca o! owniw »ne has just IU 'h, lS ,h vdcx«Uc While Wand from 1 H tU!:u i ;°'ha.',nvned H. whiih ha, Hke' ?he M

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Mr Maurice Henderson, a medical! studttlt. of Lanarkshire, was drowned while bathing in the Danube at Vienna

SENTENCE SET ASIDE [ARTICLE]

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SENTENCE SET ASIDE Clerk Is Bound Over Singapore, Wednesday. THE appeal of Low Poh En* an English ipealdng Chbete clerk formerly in the empl >y of the British American T bacco r o mpany, against sentence of 14 days' rigorom imprisonment and an order to p y compensation of $143.60

Exiled Jews [ARTICLE]

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Exiled Jews Germans 9 Scheme For Symphony Orchestra Jerusalem. PERMAN-JEWISH musicians, ousted li from their profession in the Reich, are co-operating to form one of the finest symphony orches ras in the The organiser la Bronislaw Huberman. the famous violinist. Headquarters of the proposed orchestra are in Tel Avic. and

"Once-A-Year" Thieves Come To London's Suburbia [ARTICLE]

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"Once-A-Year" Thieves Come To London's Suburbia TWO new types of criminals "Pettlnp Burglars, who use love as a cloak lor their activities, and the "Once-a--ytar-gang." which spends months perfecting is plans have been revealed tc Scotland Yard by a series of recent crimes. London police are on the look-out foi

Mad Father [ARTICLE]

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Mad Father Killed Daughter Then Himself London A verdict that the father murdered his ighter and committed suicide v. le of unsound mind wa^ returned at a NorthWOOd Middlesex inquest on cis Ferrier aged 49, a night watchman and Jtano Ferrier his daughtu aged three. The man and child were

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Dr. von Stohrer, the German Minister in Cairo, has been appointed German Ambassador in Madrid.

Lit Wrong End [ARTICLE]

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Lit Wrong End .4 Patriotic Turkish Officer Istanbul. A young Turkish Army subaltern's habit of lighting his cigare.tes at "the wrong end may lead to a drastic change in all Turkish cigarettes in the future. The young officer in question always lights the end of his cigarette near which is

Saved By Ikon [ARTICLE]

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Saved By Ikon Widow Wakes In Time To Arrest Burglar Paris. A LITTLE Russian ikon has saved hundreds oi pounds to Mme. Psycha, wealthy widow of the former Greek minister in Paris,— now living in a private hotel here with .a suite lor ten servants. biie was awakened at 3

INTERNATIONAL FLYNG RALLY [ARTICLE]

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INTERNATIONAL FLYNG RALLY So<cial Prizes Offered For Women Cairo AN International Air Rally wiii take r place here In February next. It h&< n punned for February this ycai out haa to be cancelled on account oi the uncertainty of the International ituation. The rally will bo divided into sections.

Crime Preferred [ARTICLE]

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Crime Preferred Burmese Readers* Tastes In Books vndt»»o Rangoon. TRIME stones, detective novels, mystery books and ligh reading mattrr v/ith a love interest are the favtmrite reading of the Burmese. Political autobiographies such as the works of Mussolini and Hitler are the next favourites, according to a prominent bookseller in

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h gafe weighing 2 1 cwt. ind conilning about £200 nnd documents was k olon from the offices of Bale I'irk1 irk Herts) Urban District Council. The -hieve.s apparently used a motor-car.

TRUTH OF WAR [ARTICLE]

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TRUTH OF WAR Two New Nazi Sciences llui INTRODUCTION of two new ences" is announced here Heaviiy subsidised by th< ment, they are entitled "Po.-t-v. Rl T carch" and "Research Concei insny's Political Leadership d The former Army Oolone] Nl been personally appointed by her to organise the .second ui

COUNTRY FOR THE SPECIALIST [ARTICLE]

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COUNTRY FOR THE SPECIALIST Selective Settlement l::\ South Africa LORD Selborne, chairman of the era] Council, presided at the b meeting at 49. Belgrave Squ. 1 (tent by Lady Beit), of the 1820 M n aria] Settlers' Association, the 1 1 ksation established In 1920 "to tuate the memory of

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Alfred Henry Frampton. 49. rail 1 guard, for 25 years in the employ the Southern Railway, pleaded at Portsmouth to stealing letters li course of transmission by p< )n train of which he vns a guard mined 32 other offences. He tenced to 12 months' imprisonment

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Jhansl, In the United Provin been selected a.s a site for u.se by boats in the Indian link of the exi Empire air .services. Inquiry f<>v otn< suitable sites continues.

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Gala Premiere CAPITOL, Tues. Sept. Ist. j The Miracle of the Cen tury And whafs more THEY ACT j mi: mowi 4^l i\ti i»ijts j in Darryl Zanuck's gnat dram atic screen triumph The tountry Doctor I with JEW HERSHOLT and nistin^uished Cast. Not R;hv Shim !>.,♦ mm of the

TURF TOPICS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TURF TOPICS Captain Hawk Reflections On Racing MuttCTS dfdfsfffsdfsdfsdfsdf .tmflTOhere ol racing was brought P.?KSel Harbour last afternoon Steamship liner. M ft, 1 n alongsWi the wharf with fittSS o< no less than thirty-one lce horses on board Tr ie bones who were accommodated „t be car dock in improvised

Wage Earners' Indebtedness [ARTICLE]

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Wage Earners' Indebtedness ROTARY CLUB DINNER Mr. E. William's Speech AN important address on tiie subject of wage earners' indebtedness was delivi 1 red b> Mr. E. B. Williams, the Official Assignee, at the dinner meeting of the Kotaiy Club of Singapore held at the Sea View Hotel last night.

VIVID STORY OF TYPHOON [ARTICLE]

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VIVID STORY OF TYPHOON Eye-Witnesses' Account Singapore, Wednesday. VIVID accounts of one of the worst typhoons Hongkong has ever experienced were given to a Malaya Tribune reporter by several European tourists who were present when the storm hit the Colony shortly after midnight on Auc 17. They arrived by the

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Among the 130 special trains which the L.M.S. Railway have already arranged to run to London for the Core nation is one from Inverness and back. 9 distance of 1 136 miles. Over SO special trains will be run from other pp.its of Scotland; 35 will come from the Midlands:

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The Council Of the National A.- I atlon for the Prevention of Tuben i i.s .sending Dr. N. D. Bard.swell as medica commissioner and a nursing sister Cyprus in October. All the expenses wfl be paid by the National A&sociaiion, t which the Cyprus Anti-Tuberculasi League If afliliated.

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Nutcracker coming very cautiou>ly down the gangway.

The Peace Aim [ARTICLE]

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The Peace Aim Germany And France In Agreement Do auu r, Berlin. Aug. 25. R. Schacht new to Paris to return the recent visit of Governor Labeynes of the Bank of France to Berlin Dr Schacht declares the visit is a sipn that Germany supports the French efforts to contribute

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Thinese Going Ahead In S.A.F.A. Cup [ARTICLE]

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Thinese Going Ahead In S.A.F.A. Cup SOLDIERS BEATEN Victory By Five |V|l Singapore. Wednesday pteeeaj in the x < i tootbaJJ ehalteate e«p Uasl0 lar cau.eu no tieSEnX" ll 1KCUd ,,UP ll u Ihil ulter.ioon wtien k t the *JU*£. and j' Munahers by five Boais at the Anson Road

S. C. C. WIN FRIENDLY [ARTICLE]

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S. C. C. WIN FRIENDLY A. A. A. Lose Match Singapore, Wednesday. I iir sec showed omi improve uy beat tJ oc< („i m< Padan mini hi lie k It-ou i open d a> r Hints, out Vin- ..:^u lor the Ciuo tniee minutes uter il was anybody's same in

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Warsaw, Aug. 5. MISS Helm Stephens, American sportswoman, is a man. according to the special reporter of the Kurier Poranny. vho covered the Berlin Oiympc games, This writer accuses the United States cf allowing a man to participate in the 100-metre women's dash yesterday, presumably substituting for Miss Stephens, who

COUNTY CRICKETER KILLED [ARTICLE]

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COUNTY CRICKETER KILLED Motor Accident In Leicester London, \ug. 26. i DETURNING from Chesterfield after Norlhamp'on's match with Derbyshire, K. P. Xoi'thway, ihe Northampton County c^cketer *as killed and A. 11. Bakcw&l, Northampton's famous batsman, was seriously injured when their car left Ihe roaci at a sharp bend near Kibwortii,

Yacht Club [ARTICLE]

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Yacht Club Programme Of WtekEnd Racing f>?s Friday, Aug. 28. a moonlight race U for the "B" and -C" Classes will L^ .old. starting at 6.45 p.m. Course will be posted on the club notice bf\ird. Supper will b2 provided after the ace and numbers are requested to k a

TOURNAMENT AT S. C. C. [ARTICLE]

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TOURNAMENT AT S. C. C. Singles And Doubles Singapore Wednesday. THE following are the results ol Lhe ties p.uyed oil In the B.C.C Autumn rennis Tournament io-duy: B" CLASS SINGLES N Rothery i beat E. J Elgar 2. S— 2. 6—o; J. Wilson— l beat K A. Sci uton, scr

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Chinese Ministers In Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chinese Ministers In Singapore An incident during play in the Cup match at Anson Road Stadium y^terday between the Chinese and the R.A.O.C. and Royal Corps of Signals. A Chinese attack just fails to get home— an incident in yesterday s Cup match when the Chinese won by five clear