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The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser, 25 November 1930

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The Singapore Free Press no. m« KSTABLISHED 1835. SINGAPORE, S.S. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1930. 20 PAGES DAILY. 10 CENTS.

THE DAY'S NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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THE DAY'S NEWS. The German steamer Louise Leoiihardi went aground m the Elbe Estuary and it is feared is lost with her crew of thirty —Page 11. The Hon. Mrs. Victor Bruce has arrived m Tokyo after a hazardous and adventurous flight which has lasted eight weeks Page 11. Major

THE STAR. [ARTICLE]

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THE STAR. Ivy was married to romance long before she wedded Elijah. She found romance as a child m every' fresh sight and its accompanying smell, for m that quarter of Grough where lay the lodging-house m which she lived the two were complementary. There was the acid tang cf

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WINC WOW. |H! RfCOGNItn HOUSE r:RO n )incAL SUITS HIGH STREET. Raffles Hotel iriJay, November 28th. SPECIAL 1 Cabaret The Dansant 6.15. 1 sPIXTACCLAR DANCING ARTISTS |j i| Millie. MURA SMIRNOVA T j ill Appear In A Japanese Dance JS VYNER GOMES AND SYBIL JAMES m Claire De Lune. Sj

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i! EUROPPfi. HOTEL! ji "Renowned by recommendation" <a jl Christmas Festivities I CHRISTMAS EVE. WEDNESDAY, 24th DECEMBER. iff I SPECIAL DINNER AND CINDERELLA DANCE Christmas Tree Decorations. ijj I Tickets $3.00. tfi CHRISTMAS NIGHT. THURSDAY. 25th DECEMBER. tfj YULETIDE DINNER. tc Distribution of Xmas Novelties. Q£ After Dinner Music and

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS. Public notices, auctions etc Page 9 Cinema end theatre U tractions— Page 2. Try Pnonros'l now Banana Cvp Page 18. String your racquet with Dunlop gut— Page 1. Fancy drosses for Xmas irom Little's— Paf* 10. Copper Queen, the b?k that conveys most power Page 3. Power and

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WING LOONG. FOR HIGH CLASS TAILORING. Style, Cut Finish Guaranteed 32, HIGH STREET.

THE SCREEN. [ARTICLE]

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THE SCREEN. Bvi'aaUag Up at tht' Capitol. Burning Up. lhe Paramount picture nnw show int* -t tho Capitol, is an exctttug stcry of tin race track m which a young motorist the schema of'a faU&f of crooks at the rii.k of his own life Though there is nothing very <••

RAFFLES LIBRARY. [ARTICLE]

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RAFFLES LIBRARY. The undemoted non-fiction works will b*3 ready for issue on Saturday, at 9 a.m. Aston <Sir George i Secret Service. 1930. Benn's Sampler. Miscellaneous Prose. 1930 Bloem (Walter. The Advance from Mon3. 1930 Bruet HP I Missing War Experiences. 1930 Churchill (Winston i My Early Ltfo 1930. illus

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1 CAPITOL I I RESTAURANT, j I RESERVATIONS ARE NOW I BEING MADE FOR 1 I SPECIAL FESTIVE 1 1 DINNER 1 I XMAS EVE, I I BOXING NIGHT* I I NEW YEAR'S EVE* I S Extension of License I Dancing until 1.45 a.m. 1 Watch Our Further I Announcement.

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I Victoria Theatre THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD By the S. A. D. C. I Thursday, December 4th. Plans Now Open at Littles. j| _wy yyy yw uu v wtew yy yy yyv y ytftf IB __i al ___r^__T______Bo k I V.l P JI I'll _______.Lv: 3o| I* 1 _H

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THE WEEK. Tuesday. 25th. High Water 01.36, 8.1 ft. 12 25, 9.4 ft. Kmta Tui Masting, Derrick's 11.30. Rugby: S.C.C Tournament P.S. vs. A.P.C. I. Baby Show. Victoria Memorial Hall Wednesday. Mttk High Water. 02 20. 77. ft.. 13.05. 8.9 ft. Rugby: S.C.C. Tournament Merchants vs. Etceteras; B Coy. Welch

JEWS' LONG SEARCH FOR A COUNTRY. [ARTICLE]

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JEWS' LONG SEARCH FOR A COUNTRY. (SACRIFICE FOR AN IDEAL. Home-Sick for Two Thousand Years. Sir Herbert Samuel. MP., outlined the j various developments that have taken place under British rule m Palestine, where he was formerly High Commissioner, at the first house dinner of the winter season of the

POCKET WIRELESS SETS. [ARTICLE]

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POCKET WIRELESS SETS. A pocket wirrk-s set for vise by policemen, invented by two wireless op-orators working under the direction of the Chief Constable of Brighton. Mr. Charles Griffin, uns tested by experts from Scotland Yard. It Ls understood that the oxperimonts were completely successful and that messages were picked

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If mmm. L_ 1 000,.. •<£^&&&&s>d®^^ A FEW OF I Keiller's of Dundee Delicious Products I LTITLE CHIP ORANGE MARMALADE I ASSORTED JAMS I ORANGE MARMALADE 1 JELLY FRUIT JUBES I CHOCOLATE ALMONDS I SWISS FRUITS I ASSORTED DROPS j PARISIAN DROPS. I j STOCKED BY ALL DEALERS. J SIME

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WILLING SPIRIT— WEAK FLESH. Get Fit now and Enjoy Life When you find yourself unable to stand the E. feel depressed and run down, begin to weight, have no appetite that's sure that you have been taxing your vitality too much. Lest physical enrrgy MIST be replaced. this is Nature's

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[I The Standard of Excellence I 4 THROUGHOUT THE EAST. I Varnishes, Enamels, Paints I s J ALL KINDRED LINES. > < MANUFACTURED SPECIALLY TO MEET EASTERN CONDITIONS "f ii I: J BRITAIN'S GREATEST PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS j! WILKINSON, HEYWOOD S CLARK, j! J Full Particulars, Prices, Etc. [l

FLYING DAY BY DAY. [ARTICLE]

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FLYING DAY BY DAY. T. STANHOPE SPRIGG By (Specially written for the Free Press). ARE OUR AIR LINES TOO SLOW? OVER THE OPEN SEA. A NEW TYPE OF AEROPLANE ENGINE. i.on<_on. Oct. 11THEN .wo private individuals uoing light am planes of a type that anyone may purchase ever the counter

FEARLESS BIRDS. [ARTICLE]

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FEARLESS BIRDS. Curious Nesting Places of Swallows. A recent paragraph about swallows rearing a brood from a nest m a bed-room is most interesting writes a correspondent to the Morning Post. It is not unique, however, forj the swallow to nest indoors, and I have many records of such cases.

PUNNING. [ARTICLE]

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PUNNING. Mr. Teignmouth writes to the Morning Post: A writer m your columns says that he hopes "it is not true that punning is coming back." I did not know that it had gone away! The abuse of punning is bad. as is the abuse of any good thing. Mere

GLIMPSES OF OTHER CITIES. [ARTICLE]

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GLIMPSES OF OTHER CITIES. ROSE PATERSON By (Free Press and NAN. A. Copyright). POMPEII: After a good deal of new excavavation the "Villa cf the Dionysian Mysteries" has now been opened to the public. Its discovery twenty years ago made a considei abie siiv on account cf its life-size fresco

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Crime Is becoming more and more a .skilled <K -cupution. and only those who have been \rained m it can be successful. Mr Clarke Hall. Another lessen ci the Great War is that helping the underdog merely places a new dog on top. Manila Bulletin.

"ANGLIC." [ARTICLE]

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"ANGLIC." English Without Tears for the Foreigner. "It is radhr for us to be heer dedlkaeted to the graet taask remaening befor vs that from these onerd ded we tack inkreest devoeshon to that kauz for which they gaev the laast jful mezhr of devoeshon, that we heer hiely rejsolv

PLEA FOR OLD STREET NAMES. [ARTICLE]

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PLEA FOR OLD STREET NAMES. Interesting Suggestion by London Historian. I have read with the interest anything concerning London and its manifold changes must inspire m such as care for the past the article headed "Plea for Old Street Names." writes a correspondent to the Morning Post. Although that article

PRAISING THE PLANTER. [ARTICLE]

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PRAISING THE PLANTER. The most worthy aspect of Malaya' h life is best expressed, a correspondent thinks. by Dear So-and-So, November 24, 1930. THE criticisms which I have levelled at Singapore on one cr two occasions this year mayhave coloured your opinion of the whole country and that I do

WHY I BECAME A DERVISH. [ARTICLE]

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WHY I BECAME A DERVISH. I Mr. Cedric Guff, the eminent novelist and boy about town, m an interview with a press representative said: "Yes it is true that I have become a Dervish, but it is preposterous to suggest that I have been "got at' by the Wahabis or

INADEQUATE HOSPITAL ACCOMMODATION. [ARTICLE]

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INADEQUATE HOSPITAL ACCOMMODATION. POSITION IN RANGOON. "Standing Disgrace to Important Port." "It h a standing di*~race that In a :nod?rn and important commercial industrial nort mm this p.oole should die because adequate means are not provided for medical aid. Urgrnt and serious cases are refused admission and they die eithvr

DUMPING SOVIET TIMBER. [ARTICLE]

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DUMPING SOVIET TIMBER. Big Reduction on Polish and Scandinavian Prices. The Soviet Government have chosen to dump Russian timber into Belgium and France, the difference of price 3. as compared with Finnish. Polish, and Scandinavian timber, being from 10 to 20 per cent, m favour of Soviet timber. According to

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Malarial Debility Wf I TIKE a shadow of menace I .Li malarial debility is hovering I I over every inhabitant of hot countries. Only too often this slow, unostentatious danger it overlooked once the parasites have been con* quered by quinine, the patient regards himself at cured, but the battle

ARID WASTES OF INDIA. [ARTICLE]

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ARID WASTES OF INDIA. THE LLOYD DAM. Saving the Country From Famine. A .triking account cf the- vast work of irrig__tion that has been achieved m India is given by Sir John Simon, m his bcok. "Comments and Criticisms" (Hodder and Stoughtcn. Bs. 6d). Anyone, he says, who has seen

FINLAND ABDUCTIONS. [ARTICLE]

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FINLAND ABDUCTIONS. A Dramatic Sequel. Helsingfor*. Oct. 10. Tin country to-day ■Mn -tod a drama::denouement of the recent activities of the Lapua anti-Communist > movement m the polemn surrender tc the Minister of the Inferior of 40-* of its adherents, who have been juihy of abauctiens and other unlawful acts.

TIENTSIN MURDER RECALLED. [ARTICLE]

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TIENTSIN MURDER RECALLED. A British Request to Nanking. Shanghai, Nov. 14. Regarding the Tientsin outrag?, m which the late Mr. Lenox Simpson was shot by a gang of well dressed Chinese assailants, ihe British Minister to China has instructed the British Consul-General at Shanghai to writ" to ohe Nanking Ministry

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60 YEARS OF THE POSTCARD. [ARTICLE]

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60 YEARS OF THE POSTCARD. AN UNWRITTEN EPIC. Changes and Fashions m Style and Price. Sixty years :;go on Sept. 31st. the postcard was first issued, and police had to regulate ihe crowd that gathered at St Martin 's-le-Grand to get specimens of the new medium of correspondence Ai some

A ROYAL VISIT. [ARTICLE]

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A ROYAL VISIT. Prince Takamatsu m Portugal. Lisbon. Nov. 13. Or. the anniversary of the Armistice Prince i'akamatsd placed a bouquet of red and white ohrysanthemums before the monument to tht !ead. The bouquet had attached to it a ribbon >f the colours of his country. At the same im.

GERMAN AIR MAIL. [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN AIR MAIL. Trial Flight to Baghdad. BerUn Nov. 18. The Ministry of Communications announces that a most successful test flight took place t n Monday of the postal air service between Berlin and Baghdad via Vienna and Constantinople. The mall arriving at Baghdad for Persia was transferred immediately to

EXTRALITY ISSUE. [ARTICLE]

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EXTRALITY ISSUE. Nanking Classifies Foreign Countries. Nankin*. Oct. 31. In order to facilitate disposal of cases involving foreigners residing m the Greater Shanghai Municipality, the Municipal Bureau of Public Safety has been supplied by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with a memorandum containing the names of treaty countries and oiontreaty

SHOPKEEPERS' LATIN. [ARTICLE]

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SHOPKEEPERS' LATIN. A Curious Revival m Rome. Rome. Sop. 24. The campaign against advertisements and shop notices m foreign languages which has been going on m Italy for some years is having unexpected rtsults m Rome. Here, shop-keepers knd others who wish to give information to the public m some

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RIGHT OF SUCCESSION TO THE THRONE. [ARTICLE]

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RIGHT OF SUCCESSION TO THE THRONE. THE PRINCESSES. Constitutional Questions of Precedence. I understand that the King has called for a full Inquiry and report to be made into the constitutional que.ot.ono that have arisen regarding the succession to the Throne through the birth of a second daughter to the

MISTAKEN MILITARY FUNERAL. [ARTICLE]

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MISTAKEN MILITARY FUNERAL. Old Lady Laid to Rest with Fuli Military Ceremonial. An undertakers error led to the burial of a poor old woman with full military honours m Brunn. Two coffins, one containing the body of this woman, the other the body of a soldier decorated for valour m

ANTI-SOVIET DEMONSTRATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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ANTI-SOVIET DEMONSTRATIONS. Tumultous Scenes m Berlin. Berlin Nov. IG. Tumultuou* seenei marked a mon ter antiSoviet meeting under the auspice; of the League for the Protection of European Culture, at which dignitaries of all three denominations denounced the religious persecution i:i Russia. The disorders were started by Communist hecklers who

"HIS EXCELLENCY." [ARTICLE]

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"HIS EXCELLENCY." C*r» i.. .ov papers ar? .c- store i ing the c.v.- tion ol how __b Pre.,..!... Vac, M y eddrc sd "Your Excalteney." Jtey pc.aJ out. is wed for ftmlMieiertOi I and vLm aha ue iniciior to the- rank cf the Prsaftdc but the d.flicui.y is to _md

AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. [ARTICLE]

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AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. Political Possibilities m the Near East. Rome. Nov. 15. Political quarters are speculating on next •eok's ccn f erence between Signor Mussolini, Signer Grandi, the Turkish Foreign Minister, Ruohdi Bey. and the Italian Ambassador at _ngora, S'gnor Linosi. who is expected here on Sunday. It is understood

RlOl DISASTER. [ARTICLE]

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RlOl DISASTER. Site of the Crash Offered to Britain. Paris, Oct. 20. The Municipal Council at Allonne, m whose commune the airship Rlol crashed, has offered the site of th e disaster as a gift to the British Government. The Air Ministry state that no report of the French experts

BELGIAN LABOUR IN FRANCE. [ARTICLE]

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BELGIAN LABOUR IN FRANCE. At least 100.000 Belgian labourers of both sexes cross the French border every day by road or by rail to work m French industrial plants, especially m the Roubaix and Lille mills. During the late summer months another 15.000 to 20.000 farmhands went to France as

MINE DISASTERS. [ARTICLE]

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MINE DISASTERS. Ai the Mahrisch-Ostrau mines m Czechoslovakia twenty people were killed m accidents. 232 were seriously and 2,743 slightly Injured within five months— an average of nearly twenty casualties a day.

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Trained investigators are gradually coming to the conclusion that Jake Ling.c and Arnold Rothstein killed each other. New York World

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mf f mW H MI I 111 ma mm A Healthy Outlook He remembers when this wu just t iungle, hew he was afraid he would never see those young healthj trees readj to be tapped— he was tfa d malaria, 'dv or fever would invalid him ho.re first. But

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TENDERS. SINGAPORE MUNICIPAL NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that tenders are now invited for th e following materials or services, and that particulars of such tenders may be obtained m the Tender Room, Municipal Offices: Closing Date. Installation of Sanitary Fittings at the following premises No 723 North Bridge Rd

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NOTICES. THE SINGAPORE TRACTION COMPANY LIMITED. (liifoi poi ated m the United Kingdom). EXTENSION OF TROLLEY BUS ROUTE FROM RUMAH MISKIN VIA BALESTIER ROAD TO MOULMEIN ROAD AT BALESTIER ROAD On Thursday, 27th. November 1930. The following Trolley Bus Services presently turning at Rumah Miskin will continue along Balestier Road

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AUCTION SALE MORTGAGEES' SALE of VALUABLE 99 YEARS' LEASEHOLD LAND AND HOUSES Nos 23 and 24 Upper Nankin Street To be held at the Saleroom of Messrs. Ching Keng Lee and Co., Ltd.. Raffles Chambers, Raffles Place. Singapore. On Monday, Dec. Ist, at 2.30 p.m. PARTICULARS Valuable 99 years Leasehold

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selangor turf ciub. j AMATEUR 1930 RACE MEETING. a Friday, sth and Saturday 6th December 1930. I ENTRIES close at 3 p.m. on Monday, December Ist, 1930. j UNLIMITED SWEEPS: One $5 unlimited Sweep, for mem- J bers only each day, closing one hour before the advertised t time of

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. BIRTH. [ARTICLE]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. BIRTH. PATERSON— On Oct. 25. 1930. at Heme Bay. to Jeanie Donald <nee Geddes). wife of R. G. Paterson. Selangor. Malay States a daughter I Sheila Sybil

SINGAPORE FREE PRESS. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1930. COUNCIL REFORM. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE FREE PRESS. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1930. COUNCIL REFORM. We have waited with a good deal of interest during the last week or so to see to what extent public interest would be shown m the campaign which has been initiated m the Press consequent upon the S.S.A. Committee's pronouncement

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Mr. Fredk. Barnes, of African and Eastern (Malaya) Ltd.. goes on transfer to Penang on Saturday. As November 27th, is an American national holiday (Thanksgiving Day*, th? Consul:.. General will be closed to business on that day Two seaplanes S. 1123 and S. 1420 belonging to the Royal Air Force

COMMODITY MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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COMMODITY MARKET. LONDON AND NEW YORK TIN AND RUBBER PRICES. [FREE PRESS SERVICE COPYRIGHT! London, Nov. 24, 5.15 p.m. Messrs. Lewis, Lazarus and Sons notify to-day's tin prices as follows: Spot £114 516 (down 6 16). Forward £115 5 16 (down 12 16). The market is irregular. Messrs. Symington and

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

CRUELTY To PIGS. [ARTICLE]

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CRUELTY To PIGS. To the Kditor. Sir.-I am mt enjoys mshJn, tao. of m;i! only one bafow Press; but I hop, fm* valuable p iip on a matter on *h that is tlu- r,-. going on m Sn. trkd to get Mm,::., and all the U sons m auth,: judge

ESCAPED FROM THE DOCK. [ARTICLE]

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ESCAPED FROM THE DOCK. Remarkable Polite Court Incident. Durum the confusl Criminal Dtftrtd C rdty morninj i prisoner who was to causinu grievous I I That tod > when tl resumed a. tei lunch Chid C Meredith said the d been m charge of the priMM Bi I In court

THE LUCK OF THE IRISH? [ARTICLE]

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THE LUCK OF THE IRISH? St. Patrick's Society's heerful Statement. The (Ml that tbl I H I 11 fcO« Irislim. n .bl was revealed at the annv Patrick's Soeietv beM »t the 1 terdav evninu Al result soevty stood, it was rep rt I position. The total membership kl year

MISS A. C. BAUMGARTEN. [ARTICLE]

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MISS A. C. BAUMGARTEN. Death of Me»bf ,d Singapore F-WW' MLss Anne Can- BOUI the age of 8.; oceu Road yesterday. Won connection with the < Malacca, extent *m I much respected fession m Btngepoti I ;•< i ..lII* agent m 184.1 and Ln oi the Supreme Oourt .satisfaction to

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[CURACAO] fCREME DE MENTHE.| ________n I* j CHERRY BRANDY [KUMMEL] SOLE AGENTS CALDBECK, MACGREGOR CO., LTD. ilncurporated under the Companies' Ordinances of Hong Kong), (Incorporated m Shanghai) 90 Robinson Road Telephone 6228 BT SPECIAL K__r 4/_V HM IHE KING 1> j Wjf HANDSOME SELECTION OF j I JEWELLERY FOR X'MAS

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a I Lw ADVICE TO THE ANXIOUS INSURE Most troubles can be insured against these days and a call on the phone to this office will give you the necessary information about any class of insurance we handle. Accident and Sickness, Motor Car, Baggage, Burglary, Plate Glass, Fire or any

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Under the .iti>p.- Literaiv Association I •The Hawker I'roMcm Chua Kmh Hai at U* No. 153 New Brule.. on Thursday L> cordial imitation i- ext<

VIOLENT GALE SWEEPS EUROPE. [ARTICLE]

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VIOLENT GALE SWEEPS EUROPE. A v SHIP A6-MWMIX llamharf Dyke 1 u\h.iven. >ot. 21. doe I-eonhardt irf IB a gal- her crew of,' .hod to the. mci re m a dyke was flooded! w Inch was swim Bl *Wmmm. I itndon. Not. 23. iwept Great; thl weekLnd •'..:> recorded bloom

LITVINOFF MORTIFIES. [ARTICLE]

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LITVINOFF MORTIFIES. m t Tuttractive 91 1 )isarmament Proceedings. j ice.] Geneva, Nov. 24. nacrom amendments Committee. M. Milan en route to m barskjr tn charge of It la stated that to Geneva if the -men! Committee be-"oi-sia than hitherto. M Ifl Chekunsky C mmtttee to resume Krushi the Tur-

U.S UNEMPLOYMENT.

Relief Measures to Come Before Congress. [ARTICLE]

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Relief Measures to Come Before Congress. S.niee] Washington. Nov. 24. immigration until immediate relatives of United states, is being Reed at the next session unemployment. The supporting the

NEW LABOUR COMMITTEE. [ARTICLE]

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NEW LABOUR COMMITTEE. New York. Nov. 24. nn Sullivan, announces *ou» Commute, repre- demand modification the next meeting of the manufacture of beer quartos per cent of thai it will provide work

ROYAL VISIT ENDS. [ARTICLE]

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ROYAL VISIT ENDS. of Spain and her "turners Return. Radio— Olticial Service. I Rugby. Nov. 24. apain, accompanied by her Victoria this morning for '••> to Spain. The Prince of] of Connaught. Prince-.] ad Marchioness of Carisul»h Ambassador m London' 1 bid the royal party fare- •>> -n uaee 12

MRS. BRUCE ARRIVES AT TOKIO. [ARTICLE]

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MRS. BRUCE ARRIVES AT TOKIO. ARDUOUS FLIGHT. Enthusiastic Welcome by Japanese. Reuters Far Eastern Service] Tokio, Not. 24. The Hon. Mrs Victor Bruce landed at Tachikawa on the outskirts of Tokyo at 3.50 p.m. to-day She received an enthusiastic welcome from a large gathering of British and Japanese who assembled

SINO-SOVIET RELATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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SINO-SOVIET RELATIONS. Danger of Action Over Chinese Eastern Railway. i {Reuter's Service. 1 Moscow, Nov. 24. M Karakhan has replied to the letter of Mr Moh Toh Hui m which the latter expressed dissatisfaction over recent statements of M. Karakhan regarding administration of the Chinese Eastern Railway. M. Karakhan says

HOSPITABLE SIAM. [ARTICLE]

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HOSPITABLE SIAM. Jonkheer de Graeff's Tour. I FREE PRESS SERVICE— COPYRIGHT] Bangkok, Nov. 24. Commenting on his visit to Siam before his departure to-day. Jonkheer de Graeff. GovernorGeneral of the Dutch East Indies, said that a* far as he could judge th? country's irrigation I jit l-H.. which h° has

DUBLIN STREET FIGHT. [ARTICLE]

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DUBLIN STREET FIGHT. Shots at General Mulcahy's Escort. Reuter's Service. I Dublin. Nov. 24. Armed men attacked the escort of General Mulcahy. Minister of Local Government, yesterday evening. Shots were exchanged and one of the guards was wounded. (Earlier cables on page 12.]

SPANISH AIRMAN'S LATEST EXPLOIT. [ARTICLE]

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SPANISH AIRMAN'S LATEST EXPLOIT. ESCAPE FROM PRISON. Exciting Life of Major Franco. (Reuter's Service.] Paris, Nov. 24. A message from Madrid says the airman Major Franco, together with another imprisoned Major has escaped from prison. This is the latest exciting episode m the life of the famous airman who achieved

INDIAN CONFERENCE. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN CONFERENCE. Spadework Begins m Favourable Atmosphere. I British Radio Official Service. Rugby, Nov. 24. To-day the real <pad-work of the Indian Round Table Conference begins. This afte--roon the Federal Relations Committee, which has extremely wide terms of reference, meets under the chairmanship of the Secretary for India. Mr. Wedgwood

AIR DEFENCE FORCES. [ARTICLE]

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AIR DEFENCE FORCES. To be Re-equipped m Next 15 Months. [British Radio Official Service.) Rugby, Nov. 24. Great Britain's air defence forces are being largely re-equipped under a scheme which will be carried out during the next 15 months. The Hawker Engineering Company has received the Air Ministry contract for

INDIAN SITUATION. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN SITUATION. Importance of Round Table Conference. I Reuter's Service.] London, Nov. 24. The Government of India's weekly appreciation states the developments of the Flound Table Conference with regard to federation have so far attracted less attention than might have been expected, but already they have stimulated constructive thought and,

JUNES SUIT DISMISSED. [ARTICLE]

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JUNES SUIT DISMISSED. Scotch Domicile Given as Reason. [FREE PRESS SERVICE— COPYRIGHT.] London, Nov. 24. The suit brought by Lady Inverclyde (formerly June, the actress) for nullity of her marriage to Lord Inverclyde and alimony, has been dismissed on the ground that the parties' domicile lis Scotland.

LORD KYLSANT. [ARTICLE]

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LORD KYLSANT. Relinquishing Duties to Take a Holiday. 'FREE PRESS SERVICE— <_OPYRIGHT.] London, Nov. 24. The Evening News states that Lord Kylsant is relinquishing certain of his duties m connection with the R.M.S.P. group and is going on a holiday abroad. [Earlier cables on page 12.]

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A conference is being held m Kuala Lumpur to-morrow, says the Times of Malaya of Saturday among Chief Inspectors and Inspectors of Police. F.M.S., m regard to the talked of cut m salary allowances.

BUILDING OF MODERN SIAM. [ARTICLE]

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BUILDING OF MODERN SIAM. A FORTUNATE COUNTRY. Sir Edward Cook's Review. [From Our Own Correspondent] Bangkok, Nov. 19. Sir Edward Cook has done a real service to this country by his article m the Asiatic Review. His former position m the Siamese Government service and his record m India equipped

DEBATE IN COMMONS. [ARTICLE]

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DEBATE IN COMMONS. Conservative Censure of Government. (British Radio Official Service! Rugby. Nov. 24. It is expected m the Conservative motion asking the Houo-e of Com.nons to censure Government for net having formulated effective proposals on Empire Trade at the recent Imperial Conference will be debated on Thursday. According to

MRS. M. K. FRASER DEAD. [ARTICLE]

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MRS. M. K. FRASER DEAD. h Collector of Hebridean Music. [British Radio Official Service.] Rugby. Nov. 24 The death has occurred of Mrs. Marjory Kennedy Fraset, aged 73 well known for her collections of Hebridean music. Her researches led to the recovery of many of Scotland's lost folk tunes.

THE DO. X. [ARTICLE]

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THE DO. X. Safe Arrival at Corunna. [Reuter's Service.] London. Nov. 23. The Do. X arrived at Corunna at 1.30 p.m. to-day.

KING AND QUEEN IN LONDON. [ARTICLE]

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KING AND QUEEN IN LONDON. [British Radio Official Service] Rugby, Nov. 24. The King and Queen returned to London from Sandringham to-day, and are expected to remain m the capital until a few days before Christmas, when they will return to Norfolk.

LONDON AND LIVERPOOL RUBBER STOCKS. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON AND LIVERPOOL RUBBER STOCKS. [FREE PRESS SERVICE— COPYRIGHT. 1 London, Nov. 24. The following are the latest rubber stockf figures at Home: London 76.448 tons. Liverpool 40,492 tons.

TRADE MARK CASES. [ARTICLE]

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TRADE MARK CASES. Shopkeepers Fined Yesterday. The remaining four cases against Chinese liquor-shop keepers charged with offences under the Trade Mark Act were dealt with by the District Court Judge (Mr. C. Wilson) yesterday. Last week when two accused were fined $500 or six months, a statement was made, it

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PRESERVATION OF WILD LIFE. [ARTICLE]

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PRESERVATION OF WILD LIFE. HUBBACK COMMISSION. Further Evidence Taken m j Perak. The fcllowing is a continuation of the evidence recorded at Tapah by Mr. T. R. Hubback. Commissioner. Wild Life Commission: I Dr. A. Reid, of Seremban. who happened I ♦.o be m Tapah on the first day the

STAMFORD ROAD SCENE. [ARTICLE]

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STAMFORD ROAD SCENE. Prison Sentence on Mr. and Mrs. Bes^. Sentence of three months" rigorous imprisonment each was passed by the District Judge <Mr. C. Wilson i yesterday on Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Begg when they were charged at the instance of Inspector Cowie with disorderly conduct m public,

FUTURE OF BRITISH TRADE. [ARTICLE]

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FUTURE OF BRITISH TRADE. MR. SNOWDEN OPTIMISTIC.' The Need for Cheaper Money. [British Radio— Official BOTflcs 1 Rugby. Nov. 2*5. Speaking at Farnham last ivght the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Mr. Philip Snov.cten said he shared the view of the Federation of British Industries, m their latest report that there

TRURO FIRE FATALITY. [ARTICLE]

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TRURO FIRE FATALITY. Marine's Three Young Children Hurnt to Death. 'R"'.or*. Service.: London. Nov. 24. Phyllis Mary, Ernest Arthur and Hazel T an aged eight, six and four respectively, the children of Marine Aspin. serving aboard HM S Cornwall I China Station > diei frcm suffocation m a fire which

A SIX-HOUR DAY. [ARTICLE]

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A SIX-HOUR DAY. Programme for Relieving I.S. Unemployment. Renter"? Service I Chicago. Nov. li. The principle ol a six -hour day wilh 10 reduction Of daily was- rates Was mdoroed it meeting of 700 repre _.ta..vo of ihe oig Tour railway Brotherhoods of America who arc drawing up a programme

INDIAN PRINCES AND FEDERATION. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN PRINCES AND FEDERATION. >r^ Takes on fl|| I The deleietton hat 10, th r gelations Comn M t-_. The condition fag* join v.,; i: B f Htrmmk* n m •t reer m follow. H 1 The Crown lhall I The army I a Tat Btat mutation with i». i,

A SOVIET SPLIT. [ARTICLE]

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A SOVIET SPLIT. Struggle for Contrd Cemnuiiiist Party. IR. Bervlce.] I.rim. v v Recent rumours 1 1 futed by the m cos Anaeiger who has errhed ta thai there bas been non trouble existing behind I m _nls< Party .Of OW it the PtuTtys eongn toast, of a tempi rs

INTERNATIONAL COURT. [ARTICLE]

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INTERNATIONAL COURT. Move to Induce A**' I Adherence. [Reutei Nea I rl Many prominent m Pershnm. Admiral Bhns Lament. Mened B I tu. M submit to the Beneb for tin edherenoe .tit, I Permanent Court ol 1

SPORT OF THE DAY.

REFEREES' STAGE FRIGHT. [ARTICLE]

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REFEREES' STAGE FRIGHT. Mental Gymnastics Which Harass the Judgment. We hear frem time to time of the sensations and experiences of th? professional football player when he has been selected to play for hs country m an internation. match. The flirt intimation, of such an honour may come to him

YACHT-RACING RULES. [ARTICLE]

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YACHT-RACING RULES. Anglo-L'.S. Agreement for Modification. The Yacht Racing Association, at a meeting at the Royal Thames Yacht Club on Wednesday, unanimously accepted an Anglo-United States agreement for modifications to the uni•versal rating rule for large racing yachts. An explanation of the agreement was given to a reporter yesterday by

GEORGE GUNN'S FUTURE. [ARTICLE]

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GEORGE GUNN'S FUTURE. George Gunn, the famous Nottinghamshire batsman, now m his 52nd year, is unlikely to play regularly for his county next season, though he will be available when required. Gunn has turned his thoughts to league cricket, where he hopes to obtain a post as professional and coach.

NETBALL LEAGUE. [ARTICLE]

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NETBALL LEAGUE. Th? Raffles Old Girls defeated the Convent Old Pupils' Association on Friday by 13 goals to 9. Raffles Old Girls:— N. S'retzh; E. Paddy < Captain); N. James; R. Russoll; L. Fredor.ck; K. Berry; E. Smith. Convent Old Pupils Association P. Hocquard; F. Mosbergen <Captain); G. Ess; R.

SCOTTISH FOOTBALL. [ARTICLE]

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SCOTTISH FOOTBALL. Senior Club Games Yield £100. Just before I left Glasgow last Saturday night I was told that the Celtic had received about £500 frcm their match at Motherwell writes Arbiter (Fran!: M. OsrrrflMr) m a home pn per. It was the premier match m Sot 'and OQtskfc the

RUGBY. [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY. Impressions of New Zealand Tour. "Rugby Football is almost a religion with the New Zealanders and certainly an obsession." That is the impression that R S. Spong. the Old Mlllhillian stand-off half, brought back from the British tour down under. He was trying to talk to a crowd of

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The twenty stallions for the Bangkok Turf Club's breeding scheme have arrived safe and '.-ound by the Kistna. They looked quit? healthy and strong and there was also a polo pony for Mr. F. S. Williams. Arriving by the same vessel were two pointers for Phya Srisakti Dhamrong. an Alsatian

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Blue Funnel Line REGULAR PASSENGER CARGO SERVICES. EXPRESS SERVICE MARSEILLES, LONDON N. CONTINENT FORTNIGHTLY. WEEKLY SERVICE LONDON AND N. CONTINENT. Twice Monthly Service Liverpool and Glasgow. (Via Genoa and Havre). Route subject to alteration without notice. WEEKLY SERVICE LONDON AND N. CONTINENT Due. Sails TEIRESIAS For Amsterdam, London and Hamburg

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Ellerman Bucknall Steamship Co., Ltd. (Incorporated m England). "ELLERMAN" LINE. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICES TO UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENT. (VIA PORTS AND SUEZ CANAL). FREIGHT SERVICE. OUTWARDS. TO HONG KONG, SHANGHAI AND JAPAN. Due Singapore. s.s. KAZEMBE Dec 22 s.s. CITY OF WELLINGTON Jan. 6 HOMEWARDS. s.s. CITY OF JOHANNESBURG

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P. O. British India and Apcar li na (Incorporated m England I MAIL, PASSENGER AND CARGO SERVICES. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL S N m UNDER CONTRACT WITH HIS MAJESI V > OVI LONDON AND FAR EAST MAIL v|| \|< v Nl OUTWARDS FROM LONDON FOR M\ m Due Tonnage. Singapore. '>.»

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0. S. K. Line. Itrom Kobe) 1 re| KwansaiMaru Dec. 27 [tnm Kobe. Arabia Man, Dec 2Q Af. men) London Hui Dec. 19 20 1, ,n. Rio de md Burnos Aires wirlli f lift. T Rio de Janeiro Maru Dec. 4 5 <l" ni ,m. Lourenco ir Canada Maru Dec.

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o^ __l\ ___v TO MARSEILLES, NicW XOKJH_ AND BOSTON, fr'HOM SINGAPORE AND PENANG via COLOM'JO. SLEZ PORT SAID, ALEXANDRIA, NAPLES AND GENOA. Arrive Leave Leave .Arrive Singapo—. Singapore. Penane. New Yo.a. Fn Van Buren In Port Nov. 27 Nov. 29 Jan. 0 Pres. Garfield Dec. 8 Dec. 11 Dec U

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K. P. ML KOMNKLYKE PAKETVAART MAATSCHAPPU. [ROYAL PACKET NAVIGATION COMPANY OF BATAVIA] (Incorporated m Holland.) UNDER CONTRACT WITH THE NETHERLANDS INDIAN GOVERNMENT Telephone No. 5451. with sub-connections to:— Passage, Freight*. Transhipment. Marine Departments and Manager's desk. Representatives m the Straits Settlements (Singapore and Penang. of the TRAVELLERS OFFICIAL INFORMATION BUREAU.

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Burns Philp Line. I (Incorporated m Australia). FOR BRISBANE, SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE via JAVA, DARWIN AND THURSDAY ISLAND. Regular monthly sailings by the well-known steamer MARELLA (7,375 tons) and the motor vessel MALABAR (4,512 tons). The sjs. MARELLA is one of the largest and finest steamers trading to Australia Cabins

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s* NORDDEUTSCHER d_l_t LLom (Incorporated In Wj^^jßjM^ Germany). The undemoted are the Company's intended fixtures: OUTWARDS. S MOSEL For Hong Kong, Shanghai, Yokohama, Kobe, Moji, Chlnwangtao, Dalny and Tsingtau Nov. 27 TRIER For Manila. Hong Kong. Shanghai, Taku. Dalny and Tsingtau Dec. 6 9 LIPPE Far Saigon, Yokohama, Kobe, Osaka

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KERR STEAMSHIP CoL (Incorporated m U.BA) 'liv GENERAL AGENTS. NEW YORK SERVICE. Regular Freight Service to Boston, ow Philadelphia and Baltimore (via Suez. Doe Sai| M.S. SILVERPALM Nov. 25 &<,,. i>q, M.S. SrLVSRTEAK Dec. 9 Dt j tt n PACIFIC— PHILIPPINES— STR \IT* INDIA EXPRESS SERVICE. Singapore to San Francisco

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MAIL DESPATCHES. BT STEAMER TO-DAY. Karimon Sri Wongsee 9 a.m. Kukup and Benult Hong Cheang 9 a.m. Pulau Soegi Hong Teck 9 a.m. Rhio Kheng Seng 10 a.m. Indo-China and Hokow Cap Padaran 1 p.m. Tembilahan and Indragiri Hong Keat 1 p.m. Ceylon, Southern and Western India Cracovia 1 p.m.

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MESSAGERIES MARITIMES. Under contract with the French Government. MAIL STEAMERS. To Marseilles via Colombo, Aden, Djibouti Colombo, Djibouti and Port Said. ATHOS IT. 15,200 tons Dec. 4 DARTAGNAN 15.200 tons Dec. 18 To Marseilles via Madras, Pondicherry, Colombo, Djibouti and Port Said. AZAY le RIDEAU 8,000 tons Dec. 8 To

port and Shipping News.

PASSENGERS ARRIVED. [ARTICLE]

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PASSENGERS ARRIVED. Alex- r Mr Carlton Mi Hubert Fisher. Oil M B, IHM Mis A L. Mr W. H c McDowell. '.'Or I Mtlntyre. W:v. T Mclntvre. n ison. I kttk Mr Oei M Sworn. Mr A L. I Methren. M: n Mr and Mrs t-fn v Schagen. MiM Lv

OVERLOADING Of SHIPS. [ARTICLE]

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OVERLOADING Of SHIPS. Nm Regulations m Sarawak. into force m Sarawak or foreign rl of the State Failure to compuniihablc by l his Deputy :.y foreign country Improper leading are lMons. he may A that country ■nd regulations the State, be mpttanet with irtM any liabihich would otherthenwtth. tpply m

QUAYSIDE SUBSIDENCES. [ARTICLE]

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QUAYSIDE SUBSIDENCES. **«*rs Battle With the Light* railway battle with the sea at I hey wore working I the quayside. :...t,r and over mlhray metals Xi,- was pushed by means of i between the old Position was filled m th, sea on the has worn away ma gaps have '-»V

YACHT WRECK INQUIRY. [ARTICLE]

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YACHT WRECK INQUIRY. Rocket Lost m Furze Bushes. It was stated at the official inquiry Into the wreck of the yacht Islander, when Commodore Douglas King. MP., and five companions lost their lives off the Cornish coast, that Mr. W. Ross, station officer of coast-guards m the Fowey district, a

BLACKPOOL'S BATTLESHIP. [ARTICLE]

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BLACKPOOL'S BATTLESHIP. If the appeal for funds to save the Implacable, the last of the old two-deckers, be successful, the guns of the Foudroyant. once Nelson's battleship m the Mediterranean, are to be remounted on her. Ir. is curious to be reminded m this manner of a great career of

SINGAPORE SHIPPING. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SHIPPING. In spite of the economic depression which prevailed m British Malaya during the past two years, the tonnage of shipping at the port of Singapore continued to grow, and reached a new high record m 1929. states the U.S. ViceConsul at Smgapore. ln Commerce Reports. The geographic position

AMENDE HONOURABLE. [ARTICLE]

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AMENDE HONOURABLE. A Kind Book About The Sea Serpent. To be big and splendid and modest, and yet to be ignored, is a poor life. Lovers of inimals. whether they subscribe to the R.S.P.C.A. oi not. will hear with joy that the Sea Serpent has had a kind book written

THE NAVAL TREATY. [ARTICLE]

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THE NAVAL TREATY. A Simple But Historic Ceremony. The British Empire, the United States of America, and Japan the world's three greatest naval Powers took the final step m the reduction of their fleets when they deposited at the Foreign Office m mail week the sealed ratifications of the London

SHIP BOY FOR TRIAL. [ARTICLE]

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SHIP BOY FOR TRIAL. Gravesend. A boy on the training ship Cornwall, George Walter Cooper, was committed for trial by the Northfleet magistrates on a charge of setting fire to the ship. Cooper said that he had nothing to say except that he pleaded guilty.

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COMPAGNIE MARITIME BELGE (LLOYD ROYAL) S.A. (Incorporated m Belgium.) MONTHLY SERVICE OF STEAMERS. from SINGAPORE to HONOLULU VANCOUVER, SEATTLE, PORTLAND SAN FRANCISCO. via Hong Kong. Shanghai. Kobe and Yokohama. STEAMER. Dae Singapore. 1931. S.S KAMBOVE Dec. 28 For futher particulars apply to: McALISTER CO., LTD., AGENTS. SINGAPORE A PENANG.

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PERSECUTION IN RUSSIA. [ARTICLE]

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PERSECUTION IN RUSSIA. KREMLIN EVIDENCE. Extermination by Forced LabourAii astonishing hi'me/i •..cum.', m. rcma into th. hands }f th^ vloraing Post rom Moscow which show:, he- Bafcbattst lassia continues to persecute the cpholden of Christian faith and to torture .-.ith releotteis .'^rocity tha -xponents of .hat faith. Impr ooiment h

A SHY GREAT MAN. [ARTICLE]

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A SHY GREAT MAN. Professor Einstein m London. London. Oct. 31. A little man with long grey locks beneath a black sombrero arrived m London to spend a couple of nights this week. His movements were cautiously guarded against the activities of newspaper reporters. H e is Professor Albert Einstein

1,000 MEN ON RECORD BUILDING. [ARTICLE]

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1,000 MEN ON RECORD BUILDING. Race Against Time. The thirteen firms erecting Thames House. London Europe's largest office building, have been employing no fewe: than one thousand men on the site. This number is believed to be a record for any single commercial buildint; operation m Britain, and represents the

BELGIAN POLITICAL CRISIS. [ARTICLE]

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BELGIAN POLITICAL CRISIS. Brussels, Nov. 11. The cnro .ie political crisis suddenly became acute on Monday when, following the armistice "clcbraticns. five Liberal Ministers. M. M Hymans, Fcrthcmmc. Vauthier. Lippcns and Jan.^on presented their resignations to the Premier IC. Jaspar. who thereupon informed the King Of the entire Cabinet's resignation

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A well-known professor is shortly to publish I a modern dictionary. Will it include a few tiny swear-words for miniature golfers?— Punch t

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BANKING. MERCANTILE BANK 0F INDIA, LTD. Incorporated m England). Capital £3,000,000 Subscribed 1,800.000 Paid-up 1,050.000 Reserve Fund and Rest 1,645,505 BOARD OF DIRECTORS: J. M. Ryrie. Esq., Chairman. P. R. Chalmers. Esq., Charles J. Hambro. Esq J. O. Robinson, Esq., W. H. Shelford. Esq Sir Thomas Catto, Bart. LONDON BANKERS.

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BANKS TIN INDUSTRY. [ARTICLE]

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BANKS TIN INDUSTRY. Report on Past Year. {Benin Tm m- Interact, not of the world's ..nits, but also on odltli Dl obtaining reviews. Il is im- ::.i- period is one of i Pi Banks '.ear March t>> ihe Ten -month report Urn tn Iline In order to with ihe result!

TRADE WITH RUSSIA. [ARTICLE]

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TRADE WITH RUSSIA. Inadequate Financial Facilities. Commt...ing on a series of articles on Russia md Russian trade m the Manchester Guardian, a correspondent of that paper writes: Many foreigners who have witnessed for themselves what is going on m Russia have no doubt that this five-year programme will be fully

PENINSULAR LAB AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION. [ARTICLE]

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PENINSULAR LAB AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION. Dividend on the Deferred stcck of 5 pei ■c.t.. fiee of tax. fa the six months ended September 30, making a total distribution on tlie Dcf cried stock of 10 per cent, for the year m of tax. Warrants will be payable on December

To-Day's Price Changes. [ARTICLE]

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To-Da y's Price Changes. EXCHANGE RATES. November 24. SELLINQ. London 4 months' sight 2 3 7 8 London 3 months' sight 2 3 27 32 London 60 days' sight 2 3 25 32 London M days' sight 2 3 3 4 London, demand 2 3 23 32 London T. T.

FRASER'S SHARE LIST. [ARTICLE]

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FRASER'S SHARE LIST. MONDAY.. NOV. 24TH. CLOSING QUOTATIONS. DOLLAU KIBBtKS Ailenby <Slt 90 1.00 A lor Gajah .$< 70 80 A. Hitam ($1) 90 1.00 Am. Malay is 2» 1.00 1.10 A. Kuning ($1) 20 SO Aycr Molek »$1» 70 80 Ayer Panas <$1> 80 1.00 Bassett ($1) 45 55

B.N.B. C. OF COMMERCE. [ARTICLE]

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B.N.B. C. OF COMMERCE. Rubber Royalty Rebate. The following is Tr.ken from minute if -om'♦ee meeting held m the offices of Mean. Hanisons and Crosfield (Bornoo». Ltd. en Saturday November Bth. Present: The Honourable Mr. F. W. Pinnock. Mr. G. Mayor, Mr. S. D. Key. Mr. A. D. Henne and

THE DIDSBURY TESTS. [ARTICLE]

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THE DIDSBURY TESTS. Cotton-Growing In Africa. The quarterly report of the Empire Cottongrowing Corporation, which was submitted io a meeting of the Administrate? Council m Manchester, includes an o-ncouraging account of cotton prospects m South Africa and Rhodesia given by the Director (Sir James Currier The progress made m the

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSOCIATION. November 24th.. II o'clock noon. Tone of Market: Dull Steady. Latest Cable: London Spot sheet 4 9 16d per lb. New York Spot Sheet G.cts. 9m per lb. Corp. *<H. K. $125) £113 £117 Kinta Electric <$1> 85 95 Malacca Electric ($1) 1.55 1.65 Maynard

SPECIAL FINANCE CABLE. [ARTICLE]

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SPECIAL FINANCE CABLE. Latest Company Reports. FREE PRESS SERVICE— COPYRIGHT London, Nov. 24. The following are the latest company results Singapore United showed a loss of C 2.019, and are carrying forward to credit account £S.TSO. Aboyne Clyde showed a nett profit of £154, and are carrying forward £3.951. The

PAHANG CONSOLIDATED: A CORRECTION. [ARTICLE]

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PAHANG CONSOLIDATED: A CORRECTION. In 1 cable of our London correspondent on October 23rd. there was Unwittingly, by condensation, created a false bnptaaalun. by stating that Pahang Consolidated Co. h..d -.own a loss oi £2.294. This we an- informed by th agents, Messrs the Born -o Company, is incorrect, and

MACPHAIL & CO.'s DAILY REPORT. [ARTICLE]

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MACPHAIL CO.'s DAILY REPORT. Singapore, Nov. 24. Tin.— Steady. Ayer Hitam_; lis lis 9d. Kintas 1.02 1.07. Kueh: is 70 75. Sungei Luas 1.04 1.08. Penawats 45 50. Malay Consols 16'_. 20. Pangnga Riv-rs 3s 4'_ d 4s 3d. Pctalings" 4.10 4 25. Ulu Klangs 72 76. Hong Kongs 16s

BLAKE & CO.'s DAILY REPORT. [ARTICLE]

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BLAKE CO.'s DAILY REPORT. Singapore. Nov. 24. 3.30 p.m. Both rubber and tin are slightly easier to-d;>v. but shares continue to be fairly well supported. Rubbers. Mentakabs sold at 28 and Ulu -taunts at 24'_. Malaka Pindas have buyers at 94. Brogas at 47 Kempas at 1.25. Pa jams at

BUKIT LINTANG RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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BUKIT LINTANG RUBBER. The report for the year ended June 30 will be issued shortly. No dividend is to be paid for the year. The company did not pay an interim dividend of 5 per cent, m April last, as stated previously. An interim dividend of 5 per cent, was

BRITISH INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION. Dividend on the Ordinary shares at 4 per cent, for the six months, free of tax making a total distribution on the Ordinary shares of per cent for the year ended September 30. being the same as for the preceding year. Thy annual meeting has been

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. .British Radio Official Service] Rugby. Nov. 23. Foreign exchanges are: Amsterdam 12.06,, Athens 375, Bombay Is. 5;, d.. Berlin 20.37 Brussels 34 835. Bucharest 818. Rio 4 11-16. Buenos Aires 38' Copenhagen 18 16 -s. Oca v-i 25.05 14, Helsingfors 193, Hong Kong Is. 3' 4 d.. Lisbon 108.28,

RUBBER AND TIN RETURNS. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER AND TIN RETURNS. Guthrie and Co. Penang, Agents: Renong Tin (First half November* No. 2 Dredge 278 pikuls. No. 3 Dredg- 322 pikuLs. Teja Malaya (First half November) No. 2 i Dredge, 235 pikuls.

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ASSETS EXCEED $11,000,000 ASSURANCE IN FORCE OVER $38,000 000 THE GREAT EASTERN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. (Incorporated m Straits Settlements). HEAD OFFICE: Winchester House, Singapore. LONDON OFFICE: 27 Old Jewry, E.C The Company has £20,000 deposited with the Supreme Court of England and complies with the British Life Assurance Companies

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IN A.D. 1720. lfl (two hundred and ten years ago.) m gj There were no Telegraphs jjj >» n Cables if; m H Telephones jjj and the General Post Office had l£ only just been opened with a very m elementary service. jjj BUT—The Royal Exchange AssurIfj ance was founded

A SCORCHING DAY FOR YACHTSMEN.

SUNDAY'S RACES. [ARTICLE]

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SUNDAY'S RACES. Kilat's Close Battle With Kathleen 11. The A boats were racing on Sunday the second of three races for the Jean 11. Challenge Cup, over the N. E. Monsoon course. At 10 a.m.. the time of starting, the wind was of the lightest, from a southerly direction and

THE JENNY TROPHY. [ARTICLE]

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THE JENNY TROPHY. The Bs were sailing the first of a series for the Jenny Trophy Eight boats turned out and m very light and variable breezes a fair start was made at 10.10 a.m. over ihe NorthEast Monsoon CourstPunai was first away with Columbine. Corrib. and Irene m that

MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE. [ARTICLE]

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MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE. Italian Wins European Championship. I Reuter's Service.] Milan. Nov. 24. Bosisio. middleweight champion of Italy, beat Marcel Thil, middleweight champion of France, on points m a 15 round bout for the title of middleweight champion of Europe.

NETBALL LEAGUE. [ARTICLE]

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NETBALL LEAGUE. On Saturday, the Girls' Sports Club lost to the "Z" Team by 14 goals to 13. Girls' sport*. Club:— O. Oehlers (Captain); N. Oehlers, P. Richards; V. Baumgarten; Z. Clarke. E. Richards; T. Oehlers. The "Z" Team:— Zaida Elias, R. Cordeiro K. Oostelow; D. Clarke (Captain); I. Taye

LOCAL SPORTING NEWS. [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL SPORTING NEWS. GARRISON GOLF CLUB. A Closely Fought Match. The match between the Singapore Golf Club and the Garrison Golf Club played over Garrison Links on Sunday. 23rd. instant, resulted •n a win for the home team by the minimum i margin. The results were as follows S.G.C. players

KEPPEL GOLF CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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KEPPEL GOLF CLUB. Match With Racecourse Golf Club. The result of the match played at Keppel on Sunday, between Keppel Golf Club and Racecourse Golf Club was a win for the home team by 9% to 4 1 The following were the scores. Racecourse players mentioned first Ibrahim and Vanderbeck

SINGAPORE CHESS CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CHESS CLUB. Grand Handicap Tournament Position. The fixtures for Friday. November 28th., are as follows: Tan Luang Kia vs. Jumabhoy; Gossevsky vs. Adie: Kiong Chm Eng vs. Vaux; Wilmot vs. AlsagofT, Maschoieff vs. Coleman. Marshall vs. Peck. The results up-to-date are as follows: Class P W. D. L. Pts.

S.A.B.A. CHAMPIONSHIPS. [ARTICLE]

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S.A.B.A. CHAMPIONSHIPS. Amateur boxers who intend to compete m the above championships are reminded to send their names and addresses (m block letters) immediately to the honorary secretary, S.A.B.A. Entries close on Saturday. November 29th. The ontrance fee is SI, and intending competitors should apply to Mr. F. C. Johnson,

HOCKEY. [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY. On Saturday at the LA. ground the home team had a well deserved victory over the D' Coy. (MG.) by 2—o. Both teams showed good understanding and combination and the game was very fast throughout, while the exchanges were even, but the LA. defence proved too good for the

RUGBY AT THOMSON ROAD.

Welch Regt. Beat Public Services. [ARTICLE]

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Welch Regt. Beat Public Services. Welch A .21 pts.; Public Services A 3 pte. A very mixed Public Services XV were well beaten by a XV from Tanglin Barracks at Thomson Road yesterday evening by 21 pts. (three goals and two tries) to 3 pts. (one try). Despite the presence

S.C.C. TOURNAMENT. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. TOURNAMENT. A.P.C. vs. Public Services To-day. The A.P.C. and I. XV to meet the PS RFC m the SCC. tournament on the Padang to-day will be: W. H Drooglever; R. M. Hoops. E. A. Brodie. A. Colville. S. M. Garrard: G. D. Hamilton and A L B Perkins. A.

ETCETERAS VS. MERCHANTS. [ARTICLE]

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ETCETERAS VS. MERCHANTS. The following have been invited to represent the Etc. vs. Merchants to-morrow, to play m colours: R B. Gotch; A. P. Goldman. P. S. M. Dew. W. B. Wigg. K. C Bryant; W. R. King. I. C. Van Cuylenburg; T. M. Calhaem. J. C. Hosgood. O. Bellingham

THE RYDER CUP. [ARTICLE]

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THE RYDER CUP. American Players Chosen for Next Year. i Columbus. Ohio. Nov. 24. Hagen, Diegel. Farrell. Sarazen and HortonSmith have been chosen to represent the United States against Britain m the Ryder Cup matches next year. Fourteen other golfers will play a 72 hole match for the remaining three

SINGAPORE CATHOLIC CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CATHOLIC CLUB. Children's Christmas Entertainment. The annual Christmas entertainment for children under the auspices of the Catholic Club *ill take place on Monday. December 22nd. rhe entertainment thi_ year will consist of a variety entertainment at the Victoria Theatre, followed by the usual distribution of toys (for children up

HOBBS' FIRST CENTURY IN INDIA. [ARTICLE]

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HOBBS' FIRST CENTURY IN INDIA. SUCCESSFUL DEBUT. Three-figure Partnership with Sutcliffe. England's opening batsmen, Hobbs and Sutcliffe. celebrated the beginning of the tour m which they are participating as members of the Maharaja of Vizianagram's team by putting together a three-figure partnership for the first wicket against Allahabad at Benares,

HOCKEY. [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY. Faults That Coaches Find. After a hockey game a few days tan _-n opponent commented upon the numiier of fresh players that we had m our team, writes C S. W. Marcan m a mail week Evening News. This comment might be made on any club first eleven just

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