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The Straits Times, 22 November 1906

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The Straits Times. NO. 22.197 SINGAPORE. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 190(5. PRICE 10 CENTS.

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THERE IS NO DOUBT AS TO THE RELIABILITY of De Dion Bouton GARS. The "Autocar,' ***** sayi: 1:,, i!,1 :,,i!,- tor Mi lical Hen ia tbe title o( a most iiHiinlin| lH»>klet wfaick ha- haw iaaaad by J>e Dion Bouton. Ltd. It Rives •m, 1 :l i m i am

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"STRAITS TIMES" BUSINESS DIRECTOtIY. auctioneers CALEDONIAN HOTEL POWELL AJCO^, Singapore. Bntsi Bn^^ oad< Singapore(Established 42 ykars). T ;e Bri} htest anil Healthiest Resort in Real Katat* Auctioneer* and Valuers. Mortga- cit Hotel p orU r iv unifornl) meets all aesarranqeil a,u«tK>i]snia(li;. Rsnts collected. Powell* Coy < Auction and House-Property! J'»ts

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ROBINSON Company. Gentlemen's High Grade Boots and Snoes AT PO'-UL I'R CI£S per pair 'k^ pi'r air A Sm-»rt Useful Up-to-dale Boot in 2 hapes "Oxford dc 'Derby lined leather, well Bnuhad. all nan Excellent Styles «t^£Sfel EaSy Fitting Superior Wear'ng Qua itie> .'^S& Superior Wenrimj Qualities life' 1 "^S63a<

NEW COLOMBO GRAVING DOCK [ARTICLE]

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NEW COLOMBO GRAVING DOCK The i:>ic.'ii ts» Which the Dock will be Used. Then appears t have been :ihnti.i landing wifii reference to the il:.i' <••! the n ul the new craving <i ck -.iy~ the Times of Ceylon. We understand that the Harbour Board recommended U ,-crnmeni that the

WOMEN'S FASHIONS. [ARTICLE]

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WOMEN'S FASHIONS. Fashions in Paris. My attention lias been directed." write.- a Paris CoCTCMtadmt, "to mBM charming little neckties of taffetas, the ends l>c: tig- finished off wit li tmal] ballof silk cord. These little ties were smart M smart could he. anrl the PUJUMUMa will wear them in rather

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1.!■■!• Critictua. -fchrclmis- And why did Aaron m.-.lv- t he golden calf?" Pupil (<-f tkrae tad If) B« maw m hadn't got ?iiuush fi Id ti make a row.'

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H timber I Cars A Local Testimonial s— ¥>6e original may be seen at our office. To the Borneo Coy. Ltd., Dear Sirs, I have had the 10/12 H. ventry H umber Car, delivered here on 11th June, 1906, in constant use over steep and narrow roads in the Federated

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J. MOTION CO. WATCHMAKERS JEWELLERS. OPTICIANS. I REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED BUNKERS. I FRESHWATER ISLAND (PULO BUXOM) Opposite Western Entrance to New Harbor. LIOUID FUEL 30/I (Thirty Shilling.) per ton f. i. b. in BuiKon, Bate tf dfliviTy 2IMI tons per htui. iTOCXS ALSO ATSuez, Bombay, Colombo, Penang Bangkok, Hongkong, Shanghai,

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Singapore Cold Co., Ltd. Borneo Wharf. Telephone 1026. Sea st<vks of nil kiivls of Frozen iweats, ''tc'.. can be deli-j vert'd to Shipping at the Wharves, or in the Singapore Roads, on ■hort notice. If Thawed Daily Supples arc required, orders for same must be telephoned to the J'orueo Wharf

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THREE YEARS OF RUNNINGiMA Lotions From Doctors and Chemists Had No Effect -After Three Weeks' Use of Cuticura Soap and Ointment Child's Head is Now Clean and Free From Sores. CURED BY THE CUTICURA REMEDIES "It is with much pleasure ih.it I write to inform you of the MMwM result

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Plain oral-aßaaad felt hats with miL 1-!!-, r<< in brim slightly potßtcd ill the front.! wit it fain itriped nobofl plaated araaml ihi- en «ii. and fiaiaaad at tin- >i<l«- with .1 large matte ami loopi "f mirair vt !■.<•». ■i' <■! v pretty,

Coal-handling Plant. [ARTICLE]

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Coal-handling Plant. It is announced (write* a Darlington i n -|i iixifiit thai the Cleveland Bridge and ItUftiniWI infl ('(>Tii|«»ny. l.itnii< I. of Darlington, have bem awarded til contract for tin- erection if a large coal handling plant at Port Sadan. Th-m.-tallat mi eonmta of i<>ur transport ts. each capable

City Corporation and the Press. [ARTICLE]

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City Corporation and the Press. At Meting i^ the Courl of Commoii IVuncil. Mr. Lock called attention to the fact thai within an hoar or two of the Meeting of th- City Lands Committee recently, a lepurt of a duoauon there «n the anbject <f the old Bailey apjxared in

London Coffee Market. [ARTICLE]

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London Coffee Market. Mists. Sanderson and Co. rcpoit a> follows under dato October 25: Sp t. Th«C» has been a steady deiiianil and the xecodiiiijlv small supplies of Cualoinala. Ooeta Hica and Colombian have |MM off at full rates, but the bulk <>:" ths oaTcriagl has consist vd of Dumonl

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It is bo« revealed that Mr. Dan Xi e'.vn. whose face and figure are so mu.l'i like f.iose of the late Dan I.eno. impi lajiaated him sccros of times both on the ataga and in the cricket field without the audience being any the wiser." But Dan I.eno was very

A BAILIFFS REMINISCENCES. [ARTICLE]

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A BAILIFFS REMINISCENCES. An Incident at Sinjf'ipnre. F« 1 !'.;i\:- bad and in m> younger d Ito think it grand ;\>"ii in chase Chinamen witn wr:ts over tin house-tops, hi England anyone can be employed to serve .1 writ and such was once t lie case in Hongkong. This had

Plague and Drink. [ARTICLE]

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Plague and Drink. I Many heavy charges arc laid at the dcprs of plagti?. hut the Excise, CommitMonsr of the Central Provinces in India brings the heaviest of all. Pla^ii^. hisays, is causing classes to chink who never did so befcrs. Drink, w .-uppopc, is the principal agent in the

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LjMM Back T!:i> ailment i- usually aamti by I 111 ■■■till! of the nuiMios and may be cured by applying Chaabartsui'i i'niii Halm Iwi or MBM times day and rulv btaf the p:ut> i ipwnMJJI at e^u-h appliration, u tlii^ does not afford rtiicf. bind <m I pif.e <>1 fl:;nucl

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DOGSHEAD 4£5t BASS'S ALE pi J|t|IP=§ Can be r ad at all t r>t cl i^ liars and Hotels Boon to the Bilious. W than the food? Your liver and stomach need attention more than the diet. I) ft. When you find yourself suffering (mm a bilious attack, take Be

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BRAND GUINNKSS'S STOUT. Sole Agents. Kirn Hin Co., Singapore. ISMAIL&RAHEEM I-'.' Before you buy Jewellery Foil not to rail on n.t to lasanr. our Mii'im'tir/nt t olhrtioii ftfWjk < lass Oi-ianifiits, BWaatad with KaSMaaa, Rubies. Stp Im,p>. Kineralds, l'earls. Ojmils, \lcxtunlrite. Tnvqwaiaa, ii'i'l various I'rctio.i- .ue to Ik- found in

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ALBERT L. A. DALEY Undertaker Tomb Builder r,<> MUUk Hind. Sole Agent for M. Dottridgc liruthere. Ltd.. London, i: 21HH Telephone Nn. •ill*. KWONO SliMI CO., I 'i-Mlcrs in all kinds of Swauiw DRAWN THREAD WORK S|w~i»l prize awardwl at the late Agri j ll.irticnltural Show. Price moderate. 26- 17

FEMININE NOTES [ARTICLE]

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FEMININE NOTES Devilled Luncheon Dishes Peel and like half poswd oi |Mt:it.'.->. iM iii.iii-. .in ;i|>|>le. :i Urm y.uitii; cai tuts, and ;i couple xA lv— ton *a»b a let t me hikl stoiie taWeapoonfnl of raisin*. MeM little butter in tewpan, i, i,. -h: -of ■■iii. hi lor I

Ships and Steamers.

VESSELS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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VESSELS EXPECTED. Xaiiu; port, pwUUe ilnl. of arrival, MM) lunar nj Aftntt, SI'KAMEHS. Achilles. LfasfKn. D<r. "> Mswati! Airlir. Sydney, IV. 24 Honstiid Ambria.'ilamhui-g. Nov. ->M Helm Mcyei Andaiism. HoaflioeM, -lan. Helm Meji I A|>nnin.i. QaleaMa, Pms. 7; Boatttad Arcadia, Colombn. .lan. 5 P. O. Austria, Trieste. .l:in. VI; Hantenlior^

SHIPPING IN PORT. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING IN PORT. Under tbia heading the following abbre%iations are used :—«tr. iteamer sh.— ship bq; —barque sch.— schooner Yet.— Yacht Cru. -Cruiser. G'bt.— Gunboat Tor.— Torpedo H p —Horse-power Brit. British U.S.— United States Feb.— French Ger Germau Dut.— Dutch; Ital.— ltalian Span.— Spanish S«r.— Sarawak G.c— General cargo;

CLEARANCES [ARTICLE]

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CLEARANCES November 21 Avuthia, Britttr. Bombay Ainherst, Ml "tr, Pontiatnik Tasman. Dut str, Bamljermassin Sanuki Mum. lap str, Antwerp via port* Will o'the Wisp, Brit str, KelantMii via uoi-U Montgomeryshire, M*, ll'kong, Sliangbai, Japan Sultan, Brit str, Fremantale via ports Terrier. Nor str, Bangkok Hok Tjioe, Dut atr, Bagan Bau

PASSENGER LIST. [ARTICLE]

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PASSENGER LIST. Per P. O. 8. a. Victoria, connecting with the steamer Delhi at Colombo, from London i Oct. 26, due 24th Nov— Messrs. C. Tliorne, h.b. Scott, A. C. Vivian, H. J Chaldeoott, Dr. B. Hanitsch, Hon. and Mrs. K. N. Bland, Me^o. E. W. Cooley, J. H. C.

Steamer Movements. [ARTICLE]

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Steamer Movements. P. am> (>. Mm.. The outward mail steamer Delhi left Colo nbo at 8 a-in. on Sunday, aud i» expected to ftrrivp liore on Friday afternoon, the 23rd instant. Haul Mail. The lni|)orinl (lenuan mail sU-ainci it-Mii. liavinn loft Honj-kouj;. on Mm iM-a inst:int. at 1 p.m.. may

VESSELS AT TANJONG PAGAR AND KEPPEL HARBOUR. [ARTICLE]

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VESSELS AT TANJONG PAGAR AND KEPPEL HARBOUR. Wharves at which Vessels are Berthed To-day. TANJONG PAGfIH Kast WiiiitK Basin: -Hong Moh. East Whahi'Kkct. I— Manila. Thongwu. Bom bay Maru, Giang Seng. Skit. 1 (Shkkiis Whakk):" Kitai. gaiMl N'». 2— Piiwhatan, Palainnilta. 3— Moiittiomcrvshire. llild. s_Hebe. M 6— Keeniun. 7 Terrier,

VESSELS ADVERTISED TO SAIL. [ARTICLE]

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VESSELS ADVERTISED TO SAIL. I'enantf and lioiula.) IkMi on '23rd Nov. Beliu Mevcr. Japan "via ports, lli.brutlauf.-n, due Mk Nov. B e|m Meyer. £abaug, Kantfooii and Calcutta, llrmial.n, dv« 27th Nov. Dacndcls. Hongkong, <:«pri, due 2atli Nov. B. Meyr Sydney via porti, llyuntut, due Ifth Nov.. McAlißter <t Co. Havre

MAILS CLOSE. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS CLOSE. to, Frr Steamer Tin c To- MORROW. Bangkok V a Bangkok /«vi.< »l* Teluk Anaon via ports Malacca 3 p.m. Penang and Bombay I'.hia 3 p.m. htaS, SourabayH.etc I'.ih 4p m. Batuvia, C'ribon.S'rHiig *V m Muntok and Palembang 0. O.JMV* 4 p.m. Katlbiiat. BandjernißHsiu, etc. Jan—eiu 7am. Singora.

MAILS TO ARRIVE. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS TO ARRIVE. From EoßoiK-By the V. Mi. dueou 21th Nov. From China—By the N. I>. I-- due on -2'itli Nov. TIME TABU OF Ml I>UR. Loft Singapore Due in London Arrived Oct 18th B. I. Nov 12th Nov 10th Oct 22nd M.M. Nqv lath Nov lbth Oct 25th P.

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P. ©>O STEAM NAVIGATION CO. *-»r hum, japau, fenang, Ceylon Australls, India, Aden, Egypt, Mediterranean Ports, Plymouth and London. I'hrongh Bills of Lading issaed for Cl ,u,t, Perniiin Onlf. P^ntirrrta!, and .Americon PMtS, siteamerH will len\«? H»aa»srJN na „r aoont AVAIL U\F i>,,ttc;ra ft .<■ >'/n/../i. MM Ncv Villa Kl.laii

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Konlnklljke Paketvaart MaatsohapplJ. T'nder contract with the Netherlauds Ic.tia Government. Auetilt at Singapore Sair Aofjccv, ijvte J Damnaaa A Co., 2-3 Coi i.vkh Qcii. The undermentioned dates are only approximate Fiom Exp'Ud Will be de«i etched for l.in u.,!1i,,,,rn Billiton N,,v 20 Billiton. Batavia, Java-Coast. Samarang. Soemhaya and Ampenan. with

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N. D. LJ NORDOEUTSCHER LLOYD Imperial Uerman Mail Lifts* The fast and well known mail steamer* .if j this Company sail fortnightly from Hie.lll, -a Hamburg via Rotterdam, Antwerp, Southamp ton, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples, (conuec'.uni Marseilles, Naples, Alexandria, and vice versa) i Por Said, Snez, Aden, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, Hongkong,

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Two dwellers near Sfconehaven Bay have just seen the Sea Serpent. They describe it as fifty yards long, with a narrow body, carrying a number of short fins on top, with smaller protuberances on each side of the main fins. It is a little late in the year to be

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Aocording to the National Telephone Journal," an impression has somehow got root that the telephone user enjoyu a special liceucs, and that, the rules of polite society governing ordinary intercourse do not apply to him. Why is it that so much temper is associated with the telephone?" Because in ordinary

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Clio. (UntHl.K.,.,. ETkaag, Drc. I' Diadem d.r.i ..u i. llUiiu. l>rc- U llama, (Oerem). Clmiih. -''•••"■'y IL-riii.".. (I'.nl .n..|. India. N..*. KimtAUml, (Britcru i. II k..iig. HAaftWhV ,<;.,.,„, Ci..r...a..v. -hortl> M,(,!,.|1h». (I' s limn*.), MmH*. >-' h M«audi«l>. (Turk em.), Snukmi, shortly M,,,, ilirii .-r...). lmon*. Dec. 11 MaUM. (Brit

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C. P. R. Cmadian Paoiflo Railway Company's Royal Mr h Steamship Line. THE FAST ROUTrTIIETWEEN CHINA. JAPAN. AND EUROPE. VIA CANADA. AND THE UNITED STATES. Route from Hongkong via Shanghai, Nagasaki (Inland Sea of Japan), Kobe, Yokohama, Victoria and Vanoouver. Twin Screw Empress Steamships— 6,ooo Tons— fipoed 19 kuots. ROPOSED

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INDO-CHINA STEAM NAY. COY. LTD. The steimern of this Company maintain a regular service l«tween Calcutta, Strait* and Hongkong, t iking car,;') oo through Bills of Lading for Canton, S.vato m, Amoy. Shanghai, Chefoi), Tientsin. Newciiwang. Yangtsze PorU, Formosa, .lapan, the Philippine, *c, *c Strainers on Hie OWtaMMi StntfU mid

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APCAR LINE OF STEAMERS The undermentioned mail steamers of the above Company maintain a ten-daily service between Calcutta and Hongkong. CALLING AT HUM AND SINGAPORE 0 ROUTE FLEET Touh Commander R.». "Arratoon Ahc.v»" 4.M0 B.FW K.S. "(iIIKOOHV AfOtf" 4,60ti LEkMII h H ".1 vpas l>.»00 .I.C. OunDR h'.s. Liiihtmsh a.Sl.i

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WEATHER TELEORAM. Hongkong, "2nd Xnieihbet lO a.m. Barometer :lO.IU Direction of Wind >:*«. Force of Wind 3 Max. TempVO-de^ C'J Manila. Mnd Nov.-O^ by 23 88

DEATH. [OBITUARY]

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DEATH. Cmub-At »u.rm HoMiW, ll,,,,«kong. »t ■>..>O |..m. N,,w.i.l,or I.",, Annie M. <ovle. l^f .l,.arly Ih..|..v«I wife ,,f J Coyh, uf l'ul.li. Works Di'imrlmoiit.

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The Agricultural Bulletin fur September, which has just l« i n imlilislicil. gives us a somewhat belated account of thv Agri Horticultural Show held la*t August. It also coutains the first complete list of prizes published, aud we would merely remark that it is better late thai) never. The issue

The Straits Times. PRICE 10 CENTS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times. PRICE 10 CENTS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. i If all goes will, or, in other wools, if tlic Kilipiuos Mm tlieiusclvcs, there will be i R representative Assembly for the Philippine Islands on the Ist of October. 1907. It will be eomposeri of eighty-one delegates, chosen from scveutyninc

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Tlie Stmit* llwli/ii was published this illuming.

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The German cruiser Leipzig left for the Philippines this morning.

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Americans are busy finding gold mines in the lienguct Province of l.'i/.ni.

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The -.vreek of H. M. S. Phoenix" in to be sold by public auction, at Hongkong, ou the :tUth iust.

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A n agitation has arisen for a postal savings bank in the Inited States similar to that established in Kugland.

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Six men of the Hongkong-Singa]K>iv batta lion I!. <>. A. arrived by the s.s. Fooksang on Tuesday troii' lioiigkoug.

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Skvkij.vi. youngsters, caught flying kites in the streets, were fined from %i to *."> each at Penang on Saturday morning.

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We acknowledge with thanks, the receipt of the Clue liook for the year ISM, which is to hand from the Government Printing Otlice.

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The Itritish steamer Ayuthia and the Norwegian steamer I hid have arrived from Kaugkok with cargoes of teak for l>ouibay.

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On Tuesday the body of a Kling was found iv front of No. .'il Jcrvois lioad. The body of a Chinaman was found the same day iv Teluk Ayer Street in front of No. 2H.

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It 18 expected that the Hoatiuu dm-k "Dowuy" will bo kept permanently at Cavitc. in Mauila Kay, which is considciX'd a niorc cunvcnicut i>lacu for it than Olon^apo.

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Three mad dogs were captured at Batavia on November 11. after they had each bitten a child. A Pasteur Institute expert pronounced the dogs to be suffering from rabies.

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The Dutch battleship do Kuyter." Captain Swaan. arrived from Sourabaya this morning aud auchored iv the roads. She is en route for Tanjong Priok, but her date of departure is uncertain.

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Telephonic communication between Siugapore and Pulan liram is interrupted. It is believed that a steamer dropped her anchor on the cable at Tanjong Pagar while endeavouring to avoid a collision with a "tongkaug."

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For some years the companies boring for oil in Netherlands India have been in fears of a tax on petroleum. The Dutch Minister for the Colonies has just assured them tint there is uo intention of levying an export duty on that article. Hut the companies will come under an

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The Dairy Farm Co. at Hongkong made a profit of »7O,IKN> last year. Its working capital is fl.'iO.flm. Utcr writing off large sums and transferring IttJHO to cattle reserve, a dividend of SL.'SO per share lil.M paid upl was paid. Few companies can point to such a prosperous year's record.

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The Kajah of Ciowa. the chief rebel in Celebes, has escaped from the forces of the Dutch Government, ho it was reported at Batavia on November ly. Several horses he took with him nave been sold at Singapore. The money thus raised went to pay for his passage to Saigon.

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During the distill bailees that occurred a few days ago U-twecu the >lokieus anil Tco-eh.-w.s. a Hokieii hawker was attacki-d b\ a nniiilx-r of Ti-oclu-ws in liivm- Vallt'v lio'ad. A bag containing |R.M »M taken from him. One of the robbers, was captured. au>l this morning Sergeant Kartells brought him

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The Company which mines lor coal at I'mlo Laut, and which lately drew attention by i nU-i ing into close buHiucss relationship with a (icrmau Steamer Company, ha* again conic uuder public uoticc in Java. A Javant si coolie in its etuploy arrived at Sourabaya by sti arm froui l'ulo

Social and Personal. [ARTICLE]

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Social and Person al. The marriage is announced ol Mr. T Morgan Phillips. l>arrisicr-at-law. Shanghai to an American lady. Kx-Viccroy Shniii. of Cant mi. travelled from Hongkong to Shanghai by tin I', ami <> steamer Devanha. A Manila journal publishes a nn- on~t.ni tial story to the effect that Mr.

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Damage stated to amount to abwt $2,<HKI has been done, writes the Scicinbau corses IKjndcut of the Malay Mail." by a fire which broke out iv some Malay kadais at the second mile Ampaugan. The. K .liee at Sercmbau did not receive notice until two hours after the tire broke

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Mr. Percival James llurges-. of liukit Asahau, Malacca, planter, hawug tiled iv the Colonial Secretary's Office a siiecitieation of an invention for "a sjieeially designed and improved knife or cutting instrument for tapping rubber trees." His Kxcclleucy the Governor in Council has granted him the exclusive privilege of making, selling,

Circulation of the "Budget." [ARTICLE]

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Circulation of the "Budget." Since the Straits Budget, the weekly edition of the Straits Times, asftuiucd it:, new ami present lorin, its circulation has increased by leaps and bounds, and it has becoun; an advertising medium second to fione iv the Kant. Not only docs it cilcu late in th<:

New Viceroy at Canton. [ARTICLE]

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New Viceroy at Canton. H. K. Chou Fa has some aud gone. *a\ S. China Morning Post of the l.lth inst His arrival had beau anticipated, and <li-ap|K>iiitiii<-nt wan keenly fi-lt wlu-u thedavpassed and the decorations «eemed to assume v tunuriilul and melancholy aipect, t0.,. o u Sunday, however, there

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CHAMPAGNES Dnfant Kils k Cie, K| emu. I'niil Dommici k IJo. Kxtra Quality, QoM Ifarqat;. Irrov .V Co. Caitr dOr, Ex. Sec K.vtra Quality. liiinsii!) Etas et I'ils Kxtm Quality. Bolltuger (Reoamlin) Very Dry, Extra Quality. Kng A Co. Private uv<'c Gicstar ft < (>.( >. Kara Hayerior, Dry. Cim(c

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POPULftR CONCERT IN AID OK S. MARY'S HOME KILL M HKLD AT THK Tangiin Club ON I W»'i wlir r.ili. «t i The onci-1 1 is under the |«tron u ge of His lOin-llcMev MM (iov.rnor and Alms Anders.ni. Among others, the following have kindly proiniwd to itssißt Mrs. Kiilxtnaiin.

Reuter's Telegrams.

CHINESE VICE. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE VICE. EXTRACTS FROM CONFIDENTIAL REPORT PUBLISHED. Criticism Excited. London. November 21. Tin ...h li .lUagc. cirtain statements h.i\e got into the Itadieal press from the uunfttk-utwl report at Commissioner Buck :nll com 'crtiitig Chinese vice in South Africa, I they have excited considerable criticism. Tin < ;.'\crniiiciit tutvu I

TROUBLE IN MOROCCO. [ARTICLE]

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TROUBLE IN MOROCCO. Anglo-French Demonstration Imminent. London. November 20. spam is preparing to land ,'ilNI Marines in Morocco. It is Itclicvcd in Madrid that a dciiionstralion iv lone under agreement between l-rance and liritain is imminent.

RUSSIANS AND JAPANESE CONFER. [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIANS AND JAPANESE CONFER. New Commercial Treaty Entered Into. London. Novemljer 21. The I: .lap.tin Conference ill St. IVlcrshuii: i- makit.g progress. A commercial tvilv il :s been agreed In. It contains article- granting reciprocity under the mostfavoured nation clause.

WRECKED AUSTRALIAN. [ARTICLE]

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WRECKED AUSTRALIAN. Mails and Specie Landed at Port Darwin. M.iils and specie that were rescued from the \ii-tralian." which went ashore near Port Darwin, have been lauded there.

IN THE CONGO. [ARTICLE]

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IN THE CONGO. BELGIUM'S PRIOR RIGHT TO INTERVENE. Sir Edward Grey's Contention Replying to the rcprLseutative of a deputation i-eg-irdiug the Congo. Sir Edward Grey stated that the Belgian Government had the pri.ir right to intervene there. If it did intervene it would certainly have to make a complete change

DID NOT THINK SO. [ARTICLE]

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DID NOT THINK SO. French Premier Replies to Critics. M. Clcmcnccau. in the French Chamber of Deputies, replying to v question, observed that he hail not been sufficiently long in office to say whether an Anglo-French Military Convention existed or not. but he did not think so.

CHURCH INVENTORIES. [ARTICLE]

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CHURCH INVENTORIES. Troops Resisted by Brickbats in Brittainy. I 11.1 1. Church inventories, which are being carried out in I'r.inee arc being lieivcly op|ios*'d. especially in Brittany. lirickbats anil huntings nf sulphur have htcu employed to rc.^i -i tiie tro..|>s that hii\e l« in .-i lit 1 1 nut.

GREAT FIRE AT TOULON. [ARTICLE]

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GREAT FIRE AT TOULON. A grrat firr broke oi.t at the Toulon shipyards but has now been extinguished. The damage canM.il amount- to over two millions.

A Missionary Murdered. [ARTICLE]

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A Missionary Murdered. To the lout; black list of murdered missionaries iv the South Pacific has been luldcd the name uf the Key. Charles Christopher Hodden Thesiid news ot 'the murder of this young and iihle I 'lunch of Kngluud missionary, which was )>erpetiated at the island of Mpa. iv

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Twelve Chinese were chained before Mr. (ireeii. the Second M;ij;isti;it< yesterday afternoon, with rioting iv NanilgMa Koad ou the I.HI i insl.iut. They were rtllejjcd to have looted shop near the Tan Tock Sciir hospital and stoleii about tIOO iv money and property. Ten of them were sentenced to si\

German Telegrams.

ISOLATED CRITICISMS [ARTICLE]

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ISOLATED CRITICISMS GERMAN ASTONISHMENT AT BRITISH ATTITUDE. lierlin. NovemlK.'! 21 German iicwsiuipcr»arec\jir< s^ingastouisiiincut at v change of front in the British press as i'< 'gaids I'iiin < vo:i Knelow s|H:cch in the Iteichstag. The British press at first made friendly comments upon the speech, but they now have an unfavourable

UNITED FRONT. [ARTICLE]

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UNITED FRONT. Kaiser's Enthusiastic Reception in Bavaria. The Allgciuciie Zcitimg." a leading Ger man mw s|>a|ier. refers |>oiiitedly to the enthusiastic di nin;i orations, almost amount ing to worship, which marked the Kaiser's i mi visit to Bavaria. That journal observes that German* have their own likes and dislikes in

The Local Currency. [ARTICLE]

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The Local Currency. The telegrams from Singapore regarding the Straits currency are not so clear as might be wished, but we think I says the "London aud China Express") they arc still sufficiently so to enable us to say that the Government have taken the best course open to them

A Missing Link ? [ARTICLE]

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A Missing Link Dr. Klaatsch. a German scientist, who is carrying on anthropological researches in North-east Australia, has just made an interesting discovery. He came upon a black who appeared to be a sort of missing link." as the Darwinians put it. This man possesses feet like hands, or like

A Busy Port. [ARTICLE]

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A Busy Port. An Kcho dc Chine correspondent des-n-ilies the port of Sourabaya in Java as a busy commercial city. Crowds throng the streets, aud the number of carriages plying betoken how well oIT is the business class. There is so much money iv circulation that many of the shops

Sensitive Plant. [ARTICLE]

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Sensitive Plant. The Hongkong Daily Press" publishes a leading article ou sensitive plants, in which the following reference is made to' Singapore :—lnstances: Instances of what we call plant intelligence can be multiplied indefinitely, but we have space only to mention the most remarkable one we have so far encountered.

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Last mouth advices reached Sydney of continuous earthquakes iv (lerinan New Guinea. At Kiiich Hafcu shocks occurred daily during September. Karly one morniug a tidal wave swept Kinch llafcu, completely devastating it aud driving the residents to the In^lil. mil.-. Large h-.-m<-- havi bceu nude tlv iv ■nntaiu? and a

FUTURE OF KELANTAN. [ARTICLE]

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FUTURE OF KELANTAN. Is Codlin the Friend, or Short lieferring to the letter from Mr. W. A. (iral'am. H S.M. Kesideut and Adviser, published recently iv the -Straits Times in reply to some criticisms ou the administration of Kelantau. tiro Knang Gazette" says:— As is well-known, the condition of affairs

Presentation to Police Insoector. [ARTICLE]

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Presentation to Police Insoector. An interesting presentation took place on the evening of the 11th inst. at the quarters of the luspcutor of Police, Parit ISuntar. In n Chief Inspector Spiers, of the Kedah Police, was presented with a gold watch, suitably inscribed, as a token of the esteem in

Question of Whiskers. [ARTICLE]

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Question of Whiskers. Mrs. Craigie. i» I' I"1 :isl noTel. The I "ream and the Business" uhoh the term side wliiskcrs." Iv tlii- hlic follows the example of Meredith, Dickens, Kichardcton. Charlotte Bronte, Hall C'aine, Marie C'orcUi. lioo. H. Sim-, and Clement Shorter. Yet why side Whiskers," surely, is as

TWO YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. [ARTICLE]

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TWO YEARS' IMPRISONMENT. Eurasian Lad Convicted of Theft Wilfred .1. Hohuberg, a Kurasian lad. was again before the Beuch Court, Messrs. Michell and Kllis, yesterday afternoon, when the allegation against him of cheating as an assistant cashier while in the employ of Messrs. A Hen and Glcdhill. was further inquired

What is Whisky ? [ARTICLE]

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What is Whisky The following words have been registered as designations of whisky: Cracyarisotbelleditionincnt," Agaphyon," "Scnipermicklement," and Skabrigdantyfugc." The ability to order any one of the brands in question might well be taksu as conclusive proof of sobriety. These words would l>e useful as tests in cases of alleged or

Royal Visitors. [ARTICLE]

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Royal Visitors. The Danish steamer "Binna" arrived early this morning from Copenhagen with the Directors of the Danish Kast Asiatic Com puny ou board. They have comu ou a tour of inspection to their Ka-stcrn agencies. Prince Waldcninr of DeniuuiK and I'linec <ieor«c of GMM arc also ou board. Captain

A Motor Lighter. [ARTICLE]

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A Motor Lighter. A.s will be teen from au advcrtisciuvut appearing elsewhere, the motor lighter S. built by Mes rs. liili y. Hargrcavc-A Co.. Ltd.. for the Asiatic Petroleum Company. Ltd., is now carrying packed kerosene and general cargoes Ijetweeu Singapore and Pulau Samboe aud Pulau Riikom. This vessel can

Revenue Officers in Trouble. [ARTICLE]

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Revenue Officers in Trouble. Two revenue otHccis. a Malay and a Chiuainan, were chained with extortion before Mr. Green, Second Magistrate, this morning. The evidence showed thata Chinaman named Lim Hian arrived from Hangkok on Tuesday, aud landed at Beach Koad. The accused were alleged to have searched his luggage.

PECULIAR LAND CASE. [ARTICLE]

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PECULIAR LAND CASE. Chief Justice Resumes Hearing of General Causes. After many weeks devoted, to summonses in Clumbers, judgment summonses, ecclesiastical i,«ises, etc., aud then the Assizes, the Chief Justice this morniug resumed the hearing of general causes, of which there are forty on the new calendar. The first case

St. John's Ambulance Association. [ARTICLE]

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St. John's Ambulance Association. An examination was held at Tanjong Pagar, last night, in connection with the St. John's Ambulance Association. The following gentlemen passed the first aid" qualification -Captain A. R. Chancellor, Inspec tor A. S. Wilson, aud Messrs. .1. K. Plumb. H. Scllar. .1. Lewis, and M. Presson.

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Sir Wilfred lAw*s a lloim Kulei lie r,|>oV:c .it oneof ]Mh Qftuauuv'n nicctinj:.in Canada, and heat Mfc th^ubsciiption list I with fifty dollars.

Singapore Indian Christian Association. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Indian Christian Association. l'nder the auspices of the above Association, Mr. K. V. Mitehelmore, of Messrs. Whiteaway, Laidlaw A Co., will deliver a lecture at the Anglo Tamil School, Seranggong Koad. on Saturday, the 24th inst., at H p.m., on the Life of Peter Mackenzie," tin £rr;i test i

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1 \i r I > Raffles Rote! Musical Tiffin Dinner ON SATURDAY NEXT J. Travers Sons, Ltd., 7 D'Ahneida Street, Singii|»ore. Electrical Engineers^ SUE AGENTS FOR General Electric Company, Ltd., ENGLAND. All our Kuipncurs are experienced ami tntined by the (iuicral Klectric Compauy, Ltd. Every Machine, Fitting Instrument, All cables

Sporting Intelligence.

Notes in General. [ARTICLE]

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Notes in General. The -i. .mi launch Aigo ill Ihitc Mm ■tea* IV i l<.r the SwiininiuK Cluh Bungalow on S l.iv .it f. s. 10 a.m.. J :UI and H.:MI in i. iniiiiiiv lioin thi-ui-e in V UN ...in.. 1-J I.V Mid in. We In .11 that liielf.niinittecof the

Tennis. [ARTICLE]

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Tennis. I adics l.uwn Tennis Club. Kntries for the American Toiiinaiiieut willelo., November M, ami play will commence on Monday. Deceinlx'l ueuthei |«'l'iiiittitig.« '1'iiiittitig. The entry list is ii the l'a\ilion. and members are requested to put down their names us WMm ;is possible.

Football. [ARTICLE]

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Football. Americans at Play. Piincetown I 'diversity has iicatcn West Point, the V. S. military school, by M (Miints to (I. As Harvard heat the cadets by :,i [Kjints to(t. and \;'lescoicd two touchdowns against them, it is anticipated that Harvard will win the I 'diversity contest this year. It

Baseball. [ARTICLE]

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Baseball. A Female Umpire It every game iv the National anil American Leagues were umpired by women," said Miss Amanda Clement, who is paying her way through college by umpiring "baseball panics. the one objectionable feature of ■Mahal would tie for ever removed." Commenting upon this, a San Francisco exchange

Cricket. [ARTICLE]

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Cricket. Leicestershire's New Captain. Sir Arthur Ha/.lerigg has accepted the captaincy of Leicestershire Couuty Cricket Club iv .succession to Mr. K. de Trafford. who has resigned the position. Sir Arthur Ha/lerigg. who was educated at Kton and Trinity. Cambridge, did not make his mark iv cricket either at his school

Golf. [ARTICLE]

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Golf. ••Swinjf." The idea that a certain method ol swinging a "olf club was essential to success has !eng since t xpUleil in common with sundry other "fads' of old-time players. An observer standi.n; by Mie Hr.st teciiig ground of .ilnm-t any Knglisli !;nks when a competilion was in progress

Angling. [ARTICLE]

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Angling. Fly- Casting Record Beaten Mr. John Kuright, of Castleconnell, near Limerick, champion caster of Great Britain ami Ireland, took part iv the tournament of the Auglers Club. New York, and in the twohuuded salmon fly-casting coui])etition. beat his own record, placing the mar., at 152 feet.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Ignorant impatience of taxation is a strong eliaracU-ristic of the A.hinese. Yet it is pro|H>»eil to levy I poll tax on them. The difficulty so struck the Dutch Minister for the Colonies that he intends to consult the (iowiniir tirnclrtl how ln'st to lighten the hiinleli of taxation in Acheeii.

SINGAPORE CRICKET CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CRICKET CLUB. Electric Lighting and Fans to be Installed. A special general meeting of the members of the Singapore Cricket Club was held in the \ictoria Memorial Hall yesterday afternoon to consider a scheme fur instailiug the ;n< S. C. C. pavilion wifli electric liuhts I ami fans. There

JAPAN'S NEW BATTLESHIP. [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN'S NEW BATTLESHIP. Congratulatory Telegram from Lord Tweedmouth. The followinu special telegram was pubjished by the Chiua Mail on the 10th in.-»t. The .Japanese battleship "Satsuraa" 1 19.200 tons displacemont) was launched yesterday afternoon at Yokostika, in the presence of His Imperial Majesty, the Kmperor of Japan, the Crowu I'rince,

The Suez Canal. [ARTICLE]

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The Suez Canal. From a return issued on October 17, it would appear that the number of vessels which passed tli.onyli the Suez Canal last year was 4.1 16. of which 2,484 were British, 1,(500 German, 272 Freuoh. 219 Dutch. 70 Hus,iau. 21 Italian, and 189 Auxtnuan. The transit receipts

NOTES FROM PENANG. [ARTICLE]

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NOTES FROM PENANG. raoa OiK Own Cukrksi-dsdknt i. I'liii.-ini;. Sunday. November 18. Yesterday we lost our Resident-Councillor, the Hon. .1. K. Kirch, who Hailed for home by the Simla on his retirement from the Straits Civil Service. Mr. lJirch has m rv, ,1 in the Straits for no less than

Our Neighbours. [ARTICLE]

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Our Neighbours. State Rubber- Planting. The Dutch Minister for the Coloniex I fa nirs the idea of running a (iovernment ruhber plantation at Lan,"sar Bay. on the < .i-t coast of Sumatra. T i managers and assistants will be paid a fixed salary and will have a share in the

Warning from Canada to Indians. [ARTICLE]

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Warning from Canada to Indians. The following telegram lias been soot by the Secretary of State, Londou, to the Governor, Hongkong, dated November 15 The Governor-General of Canada requests me to send you the following message Some 2,000 people from Northern India have arrived at Vancouver during the past season

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The Netherlands India Government intends now to t.iUe up prosjioc'tiui; for minus there. The Minister fur the Colonies hinted thut success would pruhably he followed up by iintioualisatiou of the iniues.

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K. A. J. CHOTIRMALL CO., JEWELLERS SILK MERCHANTS. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ..n-atSale of Tiuli.ui, Chinese, Japanese .roods, inchuliiij,' IkmneM Bil?et Dowls, Tn*liuii M nslin Dr.-ssf.s. Hlmill, Mie Covers, Centre-pieces, Silvor tilings, (iol.l .1.-wellcrv. *C, Xv. PRICES MODeKATJ:. INSPKCTION HINDI. V SOLICITED, c rr > H 2 NOS. 51 52 HIGH STREET.

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DAY BY DAY. Thursday, 22nd Nov. High Water. 157 p.m. Friday, 23rd Nov. High Water. :t 49 a.m. 3-0 p.m. -Moon. First Quarter. 7-33 h hi. Legislative Cuiincil. MA, 8. V. E. Inspection. 5. S. V. OL Lecture. 8. Saturday, 24th Nov. High Water. M a.m. 428 p.m. P. -V.

RUBBER-LAND. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER-LAND. The Duff Development Company Limited. Within tin < mipaay'ii Conoewfan aereral ol.iiitiitiuns i.,i been ooaiax need, ami there m a oonthnwd (tuniand for land. Some idea i~ to the noHafaUity of the land may bi 4»t In-red Iron tin tol!ouinu .\tra«ts from a %m» ial lapwt ilmn mn hj

COMMERCIAL. [ARTICLE]

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COMMERCIAL. ftlXiMFOBB, 2l~r NovkmBki:. liHMi. PKODUCE. fembter buyers* K.SH) do .Cube So. I napicked 10.7."> Copra Bali in..!2.'. do P.mtiamik 9.K) Itomsr. Black H.rt";. do White 6*4 ttJM Sa«o Flour Sarawak 2.92J An Brunei No. 1 2.H<J IVnil Saj;o ">.-J0 L'oflee Bali, lev., li>«*> <»«".<-. MamhiiMt, bwd« '22.oO Cofce. Liberian

American "Keys" [ARTICLE]

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American "Keys" Tin "keys" off the Florida coast the lowlying islands that just have been) swept by a cyclone- -illustrate, by the •pelting and pronunciation of their name. the remarkable power words haw to affect other words more or less like themselves. These key-." deriving their name fr-nii the Spanish

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Tin- employees of a poi lolain works in Xew .Icrjcy have s*..ne on strike because they were not allowed to sing at work. They >eeni vindictive lit, take them all I mML First they want to give iheir Kinplovers ear iclk\ and. I ecause they will net let them, proceed

Stocks and Shares.

MINING. [ARTICLE]

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MINING. 21st Nov. Date of format inn 1900 1903 1901 1492 1898 1903 1901 1901 1906 •90.. 1904 1905 1900 1S99 1902 1905 1906 C.p.tal Merited g j J« Reserve •1-5,000 warn *M" "> io 4.000 10 10 i 100,000 i3.Mi.000 350,000 1 1 20,000 10 10 > ♦300.000 1293.(500

RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER. 1905 £1.50.000 104.9:17.10 j^™} j i 2/ J 190.5 IS00.U0U SS7.I00 J$° }<> X !'..v»> unissued 1904 £30.000 £11.191 J 1903 700.000 *filO."0> 70.000 I > 10 10 1903 £70,000 £70,000 70,000 1 1 1906 »150,001 imjM 12.500 10 .0 1904 £12,000 i-10,500 £j$J jj Anglo-MaUy Rubber Co.. Ltd.

GENERAL. [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL. 1*94 £5.377.10.0 £4.K4f>.15.0 7.638 12/6 12/6 Bells Asbestos Eastern Agency, Ltd 1-198 «225.0O0 J22.VO0O 50 S 50 112.500 Fraser A Neave, Ltd. 10.000,000a) 1S65 i»10,000,000 MO.Ot'O.O'H) sn.O'JO »125 ?125 9,500,000 Hongkong and Shanghai Bank 2-50,000'' K.75 135.00 770.00 1901 »2,400.000 t2,iO0.0O0 < »100 »100 Howarth Erskine, Ltd. 1901 *34.0(K)

DEBENTURES. [ARTICLE]

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DEBENTURES. Howarth Erskine. Ltd. 6°i MOO.OOO 8% prem. Rilev Harfireaves. Ltd. 6* 225,000 2% prem. Siu«apore Municipal 401,0 0 20% prem. 5% 1,478,000 5% prem. 4% 602, "0 par. sellers Tauioui! Pacar Dock Co.. Ltd.' 6V. 250,000 1 1, prem buyers. 5% 1,865,500 l%par.

Singular or Plural ? [ARTICLE]

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Singular or Plural Are or is the "Times" singular or plural? A correspondent has put the question, having read many letters in print from such "distinguished people as Mr Kipling. Mr. Wells, and Mr. Hall Came, they differ in their singularity or their plurality." writes the inquirer. Shall we say

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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A neat comment on a judicial decision was given by a parrot. The bird's ownership was in dispute. Evidence ■M called on both sides. At last his Honour, giving a verdict for defendant, observed that the case was most difficult to decide. "What h\>!" aeret-d the parrot,

Guilty, but Legally Innocent. [ARTICLE]

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Guilty, but Legally Innocent. A remarkable incident marked the proceedings at the Northampton Quarter Sessions on Oct. 22 when a shoe hand named Dolman was indicted for unlawfully setting fire to his household furniture. The grand jury returned no true bill." but the clerli mistook it for a true bill.

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Artistic sensibility is where people are capable of being stunned by the costliness of a thing without the price having to be marked on it in plain figures. Clerk What kind of a hammock do y"ju want, miss?" Summer Girl Oh, a little one. .Just about big enough for one

Question of Trusts. [ARTICLE]

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Question of Trusts. How long will the British public remain patient under the American methods of the Times and the Lever Bros?, asks Public Opinion Printing House' Square wants to create a corner in books at the expense of the bookseller, and Mr. Lever, the great Radical Free Trade M.P..

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Let us keep our English kiss," says an enthusiast, whatever else we lose." What he means, of course, is Let us give it away." HelKi. old man, and how do you enjoy mairied life, eh? Ever have any differences of opinion with y»>ur wife Yes, but I don't let her

SURVEY OF THE PRESS. [ARTICLE]

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SURVEY OF THE PRESS. Thk Toii.ur.. Ti:m.k. Takiug one season with another, the turnover of the year 1906. when it closes, will, we imagine, be mic of the Lest in the tobacco trade Tobacco Weekly Journal." Orn Consii.m: Servick. It is evident that a complete reform, not /only of the

SILVER-EDGED SECURITIES. [ARTICLE]

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SILVER-EDGED SECURITIES. The range of secunti s aaed on sUver is steadily decreasing one country afte:- another »oi> on gold atandard The latent departure in this ruptill v that, announced by the Government of the Straits Settlement, which proptHM to redeem Government notes by payment in gold or silver and

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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A publisher announces among his forthcoming books one entitled: "A Spinner in the Sun." A cricket novel/ i The suggestion has been made, in all seriousness, at Lambeth Police-court, that although a certain pian.> in dispute was dropped sixteen feet out of the window, it was actually improved. Of course,

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The Subscription List will close at 5 p.m. on the 30lh day of November, 1906. THE TAMPOY RUBBER Co., Ltd. Incorporated under the Companies Ordinance 1889 of the Straits Settlements Share Capital $350,000. DIVIDED INTO 35,000 SHARKS OF $10 EACH. ISSUE AT TAR OF 30,000 SHARKS. Of these MMMO shares

M. P'S BUSY SUNDAY. [ARTICLE]

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M. P'S BUSY SUNDAY. Mr. Winston Churchill and his Jewish Constituency. Mr Winston Chur.hill, Ml 1 Under Secretary lor th<- Oohmiee, spent a busy Sunday in his constituency of NorthWee) llancbeeter on Oct A. Having traveMei overnight from Lond m. he paid an early ni'irning vi: it to ihe duitW

THE BATTLING OF BARABBAS. [ARTICLE]

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THE BATTLING OF BARABBAS. 0 Tempera I hold no brief For him who is a publisher. X Mr dn I cherish a belief That lie i.s one who cannot err. Or hold t lie man wlio sells at reiail Delectable in ev'rv detail. ill rrant you. if you like, that

ON GOING TO COURT [ARTICLE]

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ON GOING TO COURT A Description of the "Ordeal" With the commencement of ths pre :ent reign evening Courts." as th:v are called, took the place of the Draw-ing-rooms held in the daytime during the Victori.in era. and some thentiona in the general procedure wcic m:.di chiefly w.th a view

Full Speed Ahead. [ARTICLE]

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Full Speed Ahead. Dr. .1. I <„,..,.,. a in. di. al missionary I eking, room ahead at a great rate, says' the "Hongkong Daily Frew." He declare* that I lima has mad.- BOH progress in two years jiast tlnui in a tboiuand years pruoeding. if) tails are to be cm

Japan's Secrets. [ARTICLE]

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Japan's Secrets. torn .laj.an.s,. Govermment ii now Hnrtionnly luc|iw« secret H» plan* (or the ertuuOua ..i the Amy and Xavy. With r ■Mi to ih<- uxteukioß of the Army, Japamse paper sa.y.s that the garrimn in Manclmiiaand X,,,,,; wit] be ledaoed and about 1(1 million yen saved out of the

Millers Must Swear. [ARTICLE]

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Millers Must Swear. Tin- "Gnat Kii.,mst. Manx institHtu.u <-liaig«.-.| with the pri— riWlJUß of iml.lic ngMa, was sworn in Ust luonth. Aiuuii" the duties the ■wham urn aappoaed to |m r torn is the emcnratimi ol njtotTof way, while tUy hay,- lo m, that „.j: ls to deal honestly wit

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A weU-koOWt linger has now startcl in the laundry bllrillMi, and intends t.j combine ii with ooncett wcrk. \V mi|> pise her aote* *vl be delivci ;a- once a week, at ieast.

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Banks, Insurances, Auctions. Kgkung 8? Shanghai Banking Corporation. itp capital 110,000,001 RVEFL'ND:— ing Reserve »10,000.000t t2O 2 <o 000 r Reserve $10,250,000 20 250 000 c Liability o( Proprietors (10,000,000 COURT OF DIRECTORS. A. Haupt, Esq.— Chairman. G. H. Medhurst, Esq.— Deputy Chairman. E. Ooet/. Esq. A. J. Raymond, Esq.

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Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. P"»> £800,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietcra £800 000 Reserve Fund ot.VCkkj BANKERS. Bank ol England. National Bank of Scotland. The London City A Midland Bank, LW. SINGAPORE BRANCH. Cnrrent Accounts are opened and interest >wed at 1 per cent,

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FINE ART JAPANESE CURIOS FOR SALE PRIVATELY AT POWELL A- COS SALEROOM AT VERY MODERATE PRICES Now on View. POWELL Co. a J^uetinneers. AUCTION SALE OF WINKS, SPIRITS, PROVISIONS. AND SHOP FITTINGS. Ac The property of B. De Splentei Baf. To be held at No. 31 Victotia Street \V';hi<x,l,iu, -iSth

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AUCTION SALE OF A BENGAL COW AND A CALF To b<? held at Powell Co.'s Snlero.nn Saturday, 21th November, ut 11 a.m. The cow is 5 or 6 years old: anlenwd grej ■nd white upright bam*. Dm ciilf is ->i menament Powell Co., 3"<to .Untiimeen. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE TEAK

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. [ARTICLE]

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. An^lo-lrench Houndan Mission to Ccntial Africa. A ,i remit of t'n ■i< i ntion "t Maj 29, 1906, tin Brii -li snd French Govern i.ii.: hav< decid -'I i 1 !ommi» sionen Ui demarcate on t i.' p frontier from the Nig r to Lake Chad The two

A Memory Almanac. [ARTICLE]

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A Memory Almanac. You know the week day bu( forgei ths day f the mouth or vice v arss t All thai you he>ve to remember w the Sunday latter <>f the year, and ii. following rhyme "Ml Daring Deeds Gain Bright >r Ends Give Cheery r"'" v A: I*'

Changes Rung Anew. [ARTICLE]

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Changes Rung Anew. The Bismarck A.vhipelago. of German New Guinea. wWch has been v.s.ted by an earthquake and tidal wave. wil. not S found on any map that is move than twenty-one years old -not because some convulsion of nature suddenly threw up the i-landsi -lands in 1885, but because

Energetic Prelate. [ARTICLE]

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Energetic Prelate. Bias p Thorn;.)!!, wbe aai aaaoanced In. intention of going from Blackburn to Birmingham t<> iii<|iiiu- into the trut i of the familiar charge that idoli are manufactured in the metropolii the Midland* and exported to pagan land*, w;is Birminghaai vicar, when he wai ■elected to g< oul

LISTENING AN ART. [ARTICLE]

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LISTENING AN ART. Facts and Fancies. \\> frequently hear lamentations <•* r the decay of the art cf coavcr iticn: some popple indeed boldly amna thai it ia lost art. No one, however, ha.-; anything to say about the total disappearance of the art of listening. Perhaps, if people gave

Italy and her Allies. [ARTICLE]

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Italy and her Allies. The "Comers' delta Sera," ItaJy'i principal newspaper, haa a serious article, in whicj it oujjcvnei Italy's position in the event of a European conllict. Italy, it says, would never have joine:l the Triple Alliance :i bad contemplated the potability of exposing itaaU to a war with

THE NEW DUMA. [ARTICLE]

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THE NEW DUMA. Manipulating the Elections. Ths elections to the Duma have been fi<ed for Jan. 28th. The electoral earn paign will open a month earlier. There lan be no doubt that everything will bo done to hamper the activities of tho Opposition- parties and to favour tho Union of

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A philosopher II a man who thinks lit 1 •an |el ,il«:i>' without some woman to steer him. Boaoebody has said that you <ati always tell a gentleman, because he ran say the nastir-l things in tin ni.--.st way. If this is the itandard definition, the parion who i;ot four

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