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The Straits Times. SINGAPORE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1910. PRICE 10 CENTS.

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E BROS., LD. f? Outfitting 3)ept. HATS TOPEES. [g the above in a variety oi shapes and in all the latest styles. In A Felt Hat in 7 Shapes and 7 Colours to each shape, an ideal u^uiiring a good Soft Felt. the most popular Helmet, in Cork and Gossamer,

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Robinson A Co. NEW GOODS are now being unpacked for every Department, representing all that is Newest and Best. 3I°RELL GO'S. Pate Boiled Linseed Oil, Boottopping, Snow- White Zinc, and Assorted Paints. BAHDIUNDB BUTTERY AND GO Sole Agents, Straits Settlements k F.MS. DAIMLER CARS Latest Models ARRIVING IN NOVEMBER, 1910.

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CALDBECK. MACGREGOR AND COMPANY. i Justus Van Maurik's JJAMfW A BOX OF CIGARS IMPLIES GOOD QUALITY. All dealers stock them,

VOODOO WORSHIP. [ARTICLE]

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VOODOO WORSHIP. HUMAN SACRIFICES MADE TO A SNAKE. Many Children Murdered. The Cologne Gazette gives details of a ghastly affair in Haiti, in the course of a lengthy report, dated Irom Barahona, July 18, according to which a Haitian woman named Esteis Liberia, aged 24, has murdered and eaten five

THE BIRTH OF TRAMWAYS. [ARTICLE]

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THE BIRTH OF TRAMWAYS. Interesting Review by Sir Clifton Robinson. Fifty years ago today, on Aagat-t 80, iB6O, the first tramway ia Euiope w»i publ ely opened at Birkcoliead. One of those associat ed with George Francis Train, the originator of that scheme, was Sir Clifton Robinson, then a boy

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TUnR MARK. f 1 tf V OF COD LfVe/t OtLjUN^MALT CXTftMcT for increasing the weight and strength of weak and wasted persons of all ages. Makes new flesh, new blood, and renews I the vitality more rapidly than any other combination. I Children like- its delicious flavour and the most

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A DANGER AVOIDED. danger from blood poison re■kMpouod vrbea Chamberlain's It is ao antiseptic Mb; all Diapenaariea aod

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DREADFUL CASES OFJPRM Heads Covered with Thick Scurf- Cried with the Itching Hospital's Treatment Gave Frightful Pain but Did No Good -3 Years of Torment OWE SCALP AND HAIR HEALTH TO CUTICURA "Well orer four years ago my tw« little girls were taken with a dreadful soalp trouble thai (^Sgt^

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ISMAIL O la magnifioent oolleotion of Jewellery jol after tbe most apto date stylo and %M A valuable and elaborate Tiara much snpfl tured before and set with diamanl and finest quality is now on view. J Price: $70,0 l A very large stock of all the up to date

Imperial Scholarships. [ARTICLE]

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Imperial Scholarships. PROPOSED MEMORIAL TO THE KING Mr. P. A. Vaile writes to the Editor of the Evening Standard and at James's Gazette as follows In recent issues of the World there has been outlined an interesting proposal for an Imperial memorial to King Edward VII. In one reereet at

CIGARETTES FOR CHINA. [ARTICLE]

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CIGARETTES FOR CHINA. A Promising Market Being Rapidly Opened Up. Cigaratte smoking in China in on the increase. Mr. Consul Tours, reporting from Amoy, states that, despite the fact tbat thb taste is expensive compared with opium (a packet of ten cigarettes oosticg 2d. to 2|d., whereas an equal value

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tThe Dispensary, Ltd. CHEMIBTB. PHARMACIBTB. OPTICIANS. I' (Wholesale and Retail). 43 B, Raffles Place, Singapore. Telephone No. 8. > Depot for all kinds ol Patent Medicines, Toilet Rfqnisi.es, Per foinery, Medicated Wines, Surgical Instrnments, Chemical and Scientific Apparatus, Medical, Surgical and Sanitary Appliance* Medicine Chests. Suppliers to Hospitals and Dispensaries.

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Woods' Great Pepf irmint Cure to* til laternai ■a»»>, Dfupasii. Osstja* Oa**4"*a

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GREEN ISLAND CEMENT CO.. LTD. Portland Cement. In Casks ol 875 lbs. net. Drain Pipes, any shape In Bags ol 260 lbs. net. Gntterways Cement Tiles, any pattern. Firebricks, pressed Glased Paving Tiles Paving Brioks Prises, samples ud rul particulars will tM forwarded on application to Agent W. A. STOP

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i MUSICAL IKSiRUMLNTS. Or^ha.tral Bj>no BcQuit.m.nlr Violin., 'Clio., Doubt. Basra., Flutos. Clarionet.. Piccolo*. 6kiophnn«i. Bassoon. Cornata. Saxhorns. Circular Basin Oruma. Uniform., Banners. Parad. Stick. PtoaM Mat. njOr.ai.au. iM aaa (or OatatoQ.. HENRY RILE V'S, Aanuracturcre Acrcbantg, 28, Constllu lon Hill, Birmingham, tnfUa. The Dental Hall, NO. 1. RIFFLES PLACE (Opposite

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STEMER BMLINIB. BTEAM NAVIGATION CO.. Per China, Japan, Penaof, «eylea -astralla. India, Aden, Egypt, Mediterranean Parts, Ply. m rao-tk and London. Through Billa ot Lading lamed tor Ohlna Oaast, Persian Quit, Continental, aad Amerioan Ports. Steamers will leave Singapore oa or about i A MAIL UNBS. cv Outward (for OMm)

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BTEMIER BMLINBB. N.Y.K JAPAN MAIL STEAMSHIP CB.LTD. A regale' fortnightly serrioe is maintained between JAPAN a~ BUROPB by the Company's well-known TWIN-BCBIW ITIIIIBI, under Mail Oontraet with the Imperial Japanese Gorernment, specially designed for the Company's European Serrioe, lighted thronghont by Blectrioity, provided with exoellent accommodation for First and Seoond

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BTEAJER MILIIIBB. C. P. R. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S ROYAL MAIL: BTEAMBHIP LINE. Tn NATIONAL HIGH WAT TO BUROPB TU CHINA, JAPAN, CANADA AND THB UNITBD STATBS. Route from Hongkong via Shainghai, Nagasaki (Inland Sea of Japan), Kobe, Yokohama. Viotoria and Vanoouver. R M.S. Bmpbbss of India Tirin nfirnur rrtnem

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BTEMEI BAIUWM. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP C 9. ■B TOYO KIBEN CAISHA. The swj great steamship Unss between OHINA, JAPAN aad EUROPE, Tia Honolulu and Saa Franoiaoo, operating the new 11,000 K>n§, twia-se— w steamer* KOREA and BD3HBIA, together with the well known •teamen CHINA, ASIA, MONGOLIA MAN OHURIA, NIPPON MABU,

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gTEAit.it mumt HAMBURG AMERIKA LINE. HAMBURG. VVJ bVB_M*J The steamers of this Company maintain a regular aer vice between Hamburg, Bremen, Antwerp, and Bottardam, aad tb* Strait*, China and Japan. Homewards, they are despatched fortnightly for Havre and Ham bnrg and onoe a month tor Bremerhaven direol, oalling at Penang

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STEAMER BAIUHIB N. D. L. Norddautschor Lloyd, Bremen. IMPERIAL BERMAN MAIL UNE The bat and well-known mall rteam- ot thla Oompaay sail fortnighty from Brsr ea. Hamburg, Tia Bottaraam, Aatwerp, Souls mp, tia, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples (eoaaa ton Marseille*, Naples, Alexaadrta, aaf vtoe Tf sal Port Said, Bues, Adaa, Oolombo,

DAILY TIME TABLE. [ARTICLE]

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DAILY TIME TABLE. FIXTURES. Saturday. October I. High Water, 9 56 a.m., 9 88 p.m Sunday, October a. Hivh Water 10.22 a.m., 10.10 p.m. M. M. outward mail doe. Monday, October 3 Risti Water. 10 46 a.m 10 68 p.m. M. M. homeward mail due. Tuesday. October 4 High Water,

SINGAPORE SAILS CLOSE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SAILS CLOSE. To-Day. Malaooa, Port Dickeon and P. Bwnttenham Ban Whatt Hin Bpm Penang. Olehleb, Babang and Padang Van Swoll 8 pm Deli and Aa»h»n Ranee 8 pm Ja an Astvsmx 8 pm Batu Pahtt Aing Hin 8 pm Pontianak Pan Hin Guan 4pm Bangkok Ban Hong Liong 4

Mall Steamer Movements [ARTICLE]

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Mall Steamer Movements The M. M. outward mail steamer Dumbea left Colombo, at 10 a.m. on the 2-th ultimo, and may be expected to arrive here on Sunday, the 2nd instant, at about 1 p.m. The M. M homeward mail steamer Tourane left Saigon to <Uy, at 8 a.m., and

SINGAPORE SHIPPING [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SHIPPING Latest Arrivals. Batavitr, Brit str 2H tons, Capt Simpson, Oct 1. From Nstana Is., Sept 39. Copra and 31 d.p. Teo Hoe Lye. For Natuna Is., U-Rda. EuplteitUi, Britstr 3507 tons, Captßramaton, 8 pi 0. Frcm P. Sambo, S >pt B.llaat. A-iatc Petroeum Coy. For Balik Papan, D.

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. TANJONQ PAGAR East Wharf Babu— Planet Btephan. East W. Sacrum I -Haiphong, Yunnan, Teesta. Sbeem Wbaef- Perak. Mais W. Ban. 1 Monmouthshire. B— Houtman. a 4— Kam Saag. h t, 8— Gorgon. 8- Peneao, Astyanax.

LOCAL PASSENGER LISTS [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL PASSENGER LISTS Arrivals. Per steamer Monmoutbftbire, Sept, 80. From London Messrs. McKeozie, O. W. LaDoux, ;ii Bell, S J. Griffith, C. A. Blaiser and Mrs C. A. Blai°er. Per steamer Poh Ann, Oct. I.— From Port SwetteD ham via ports: Messrs. J. Dickson and Tredeold. Per steamer TeesU, Oot.

CHURCH SERVICES. [ARTICLE]

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CHURCH SERVICES. St. Andrew's Cathedral (Sunday, October j.) Nineteenth Sdndat Arris Trinity. 7 a.m.—Matins. First Leaton Ez«kiel XIV. Sooond Lesion Epbesians iii. 7.45 a m.—Holt Communion (Choral). lotroit 818. S. rvioo Simper. Hymns 5j6, 178 and 182. 5.30 p.m.—Evensong add Sermon. Responses Ferial. XII ...18. Psalm 119 XIII ...18. I

Finance & Commerce. [ARTICLE]

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Finance Commerce. EXCHANGE. SOTOAPOM, OCTOBBB 1, 1910. On London— Bank 4 m/s 3/4| Demand 2/4 A Private 6 m/s 2/4 1 do 8 m/s 2/4 On Germany— Bank d/d M 240 Private 8 m/s M 244 do 0 m/s 246* On PrantM— Bank d/d 296 Private 8 m/s m\ do

TO-DAY'S STOCKS AND SHARES.

MINING. [ARTICLE]

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MINING. (sane S Value. Bojers. 10 10 Belat Tin 875 10 10 Braang 625 10 10 Branch Hyd. 400 10 10 Kanaboi 840 41 41 Kintt Tiu 16 60 41 41 Kledaog Tin 1.76 10 10 KoMtu Tin 8.00 41 41 Lahftt Mines 6.60 41 41 Malaja »nd Siam 7/6

RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER. Inane !2 Valae. Bayers. Sellers. 3/- 2/- Allagar 4/4 4/5 3/- 2/- Anglo-Malay 1.2 6 13 9 2/- 1/0 BataDß Malaga 6d. 1/ pm 41 Bata Caves 16.10 0 16.T .0 41 £1 Batu Ti«a 8.17 0 4 2/3 £1 41 Bokit Kajang 200 3.2 0 41 16/- Contributory

GENERAL. [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL. sane 3 'aloe (J Bnyor» 10 10 Kartern Smelting 10 7 41 41 HleotrieTramwaji 3 0 10 10 Fraaer Ne»ve 28 JO 100 Howwcth Brmkine 67.00 100 „7% Pref. 9060 100 100 Kate Bio. Del 100 100 8% Gum. Pref 10 10 M»yn*rd*Co. 20.00 Sellers Dom. 10.00 enri 86

DEBENTURES. [ARTICLE]

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DEBENTURES. Bayers. Bellas. Howartfa BrekineB% tSOO.OOO par EUley.Hugreavt.6% #284,000 1% pre ItricT'wayii B% OtOJOOO Singapore Mamoipal 6<* 11,878,000 nom. Buyers. BeUen. Singapore Manwntl «i% Of 1907 11,900,000 1% T% pro. Singapore Maof IMS »1,000,000 7% 8% pea Singapore Maoioipal 4% 1803,900 T% dis.

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CHAMBERLAIN S PAIN BALM A HOUSEHOI D NECESSITY. It is in time of nodden mishap or accident that Chamberlain's Pain Balm can be relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who oannot always be lound at the moment. Tben it is that Chamberlain's Pain Balm is never

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AUCTION SALES Powell and Co. Oot. I— At No. 71, Cbin Swee Road, Chinese Faroitnre. eto at 2.80. Oct. B— At saleroom, miaoellaneoas good?, kill. Oot. 4— At TanjoDg Psgar Godown No. 1, 265 bans white Rangoon Kioe, ex s s. Putiala »tlo. Oct. 4. At salerooms, unredeemed pledges, at

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The GARRICK I Cigarette v B 'ffJs! m A LARGE HAND-MADE CIGARETTE. Packed in 50e Price Air-tight ii '^^!^i^ CTB. OBTAINABLE AT: JOHN LITTLE CO., LD., ROBINSON ft CO. Fuji and Company. #jipanes6 Curios Store. JU^T ARRIVED HERE: Fine Articles, Especially ERASSWARE PORCELAIN. FTJJ"Z <Sc COMPAITY, C. Hitfh Street. GRAND

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BRITISH INDIA BTEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. LIMITED. FOR PORT BWBTTENHAM. PENANO. NEGAPATAM, MADRAH, PONDICHERRT, CODDALORE, KARIKAL AND NEGAPATAM. rbe Oomrmny'i Steamer TEESTA, 6,298 tona. C. Wills, Commander, will he do roatcbiid for the above ports on Monday, October 8, at 8 p.m. tthe bas exoellent aooommodatioD for first »nd teooni olaas

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ALBERT L. A. IDJ^Xj^IT Undertaker, Monumental Maso«» «oi«i* serchant, SOLE AGENT FOB MESSRS. DOTTRIDGE BROS., LTD OF LONDON Military Contractor. Em the ONLY Bnbber-Tyed Hearses ia the Town. 1 ONLY ITALIAN MABBLJ DBBD IN MONUMBNTB. fc 48. PrlnsmD 9tr—f T«Uo»»Oti« 1 No SI O

The Straits Times. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. THE MALACCA EXPLANATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. THE MALACCA EXPLANATIONS. The fault we have to find with Mr. Dodwell's spseoh at the meeting of Malacca Plantations is that from first to last it is an evasion of the facts. We do not mean that Mr. I) jdwell has deliberately mi wtatcd

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Latest advertisements of the day appear on page 6 as well as 8.

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New Gopeng pays a dividend of 1/8 and Gopeng one of 2/6.

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The monthly missionary meeting will be held in Prinsep Street Church, on Monday next, at 8.16 p.m.

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Films depicting local subjects are bring shown at the Harima Hall, in North Bridge Road, this evening.

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It is stated that H.M.S. Astrna is shortly visiting the Cooos and Christmas Islands tor the purpose of making a repot t to the government.

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The Roneo Company have removed their ofSoes from The Arcade to the premises lately occupied by Messrs. J. L. Campbell and Co., in Battery Road.

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A Chinaman of Prinsep Street, has reported to tbe police tbe loss of jewellery valued at 1 16S and be accuses a Eurasian. The alleged thitf, however, has absconded.

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Vinson Waloh McLean, a baby, ten months old, who is heir-presumptive to £20,000,000, landed at Plymouth from New Yoik on September 6, and proceeded to London.

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To-night, 8 o'clock, there will be a general meeting of Chinese Christians at 51, Hill Street, to consider tbe po-ition and prospects ot tbe Singapore Chinese Y. M. C. A.

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Tbe City of London Corporation have granted tbe use of tbe Guildhall for a meeting to be held on Oct jber 18, in connection with the China Emergency App al Committee.

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A particularly attractive programme, com prJßing a number of coloured art aod other 1 ijtures and new comic*, will be presented at tbe Marlboroogh cinematograph, to-night.

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Daring last year 829,000,000 parsengers were carried on Indian railways, which made a profit of £114,000. The average charge to passengers was just over a fifth of a penny per mile.

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Mr. Oscar Hammerstein, of New York, announces his intention to begin aod complete within a year tbe erection of an opera house seating B.COO on a site in Kingsway, London.

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In reference to the affray at Kuala Teh in Pahang on September 20, the antboritiis have discovered five bodies and about twenty arrests have been made and sent down river to Kuala Lipis.

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Ten thousand boy scouts have been enrolled in St. Petersburg Ihe War Minister, who assisted at the enrolment, annou net d that a bill would be introduced for compulsory military training in all schools.

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The Malay sohool house at Taiping has been converted into a temporary ward for Malay emall-pox patients. Tbe teacher's house has been reserved for the use of tbe relatives and ftiends of tbe sufferers.

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A bicycle, worth 195, belonging to Mr. Pennefatber, ot tbe P.W 1)., was stolen yesterday afternoon. He bad left it outside his office for a short epsoe and when h« had occasion to look for it again it bad disappeared.

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A resident awoke this morning to find that during tbe night ho bad bad a bed* fellow in tbe form of a snake, five feet long. Tbe reptile was under tbe pillow, and by mmc means had mansgod to r» ich the first fljor of the house.

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Messrs. Guthrie and Co., are in reoript of a telegram f>om tbe manager, Chaogkat Salak Eatate, advising that the amount ot dry rubber harvested during Snptembur is 9,157 lbs. The harvest tor Angast was 1,500 lbs. and tbe total amount colleoied since tapping was commenced in March this year, is

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Tbe Rangoon Times bears on grod authority tbat thxre are signs ot ooming trouble on tbe Barmo-ChineM frontier by iotrinniog tcross the border with tbe semi independent States, and the L eutenant-Gorernor is shortly to pay a visit to the Suan States to make arrangement], if necessary tor strengthening our

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A well to do Arab had bis pocket picked n Arab Street, yesterday, and a sum of IiOO stolon. The thief was oauiiht bat not before he bad bad time to pass some of the money into the hands ot an aooomplioe. The ao complice has not yet been found,

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The Masonio Call at Simla to Their Excellencies, Loid and Lady Minto, oa Sep timber 16, was a record ot pomp, show and pageantry. There wen four procesnione, the first that of the Worshipful Maateis of the oratt, second that of Sir O' Moore Creagb, third that ot His Honour

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The Amateur Theatrical Association ol the Middlesex Regiment k» to mother of their popular entertainments to a more than peeked house at the library at Tangiin Barrack*, lad night. There were two i-tir riog trageli«s aad the perfoimtaoe closed just at eleven o'clock with a side tplittiog laroe. Great iuterest

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. [ARTICLE]

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Cspi B. A. Thompson is the field officer lor the ensaing week. The Bishop of Singapore will conduct the service at Blakan Mati, at 0.80 a in., tomorrow. Yesterday, being the birthday of H. H. the Sultan of Stlangor, c.ii.o., was a pubho holiday at Koala Lumpur.

Children's Aid Society. [ARTICLE]

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Children's Aid Society. The annual meeting of the Children 's Aid Society will be held at 10.80 a.m. m Tuesday, October 4, in the board room of the Monioipal Offices, whioh has been kindly lent for the occasion. All interested in the work of the society are invited to attend.

Tbe Ceremonial Parade. [ARTICLE]

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Tbe Ceremonial Parade. Major General T. B. Stephencon, C.8., commanding the troops, has much pleasure in publishing the following letter which be has received from His Excellenoy the Governor and Commander in Chicf I oongratulate you and the officers and men uuder your command on the admirable 111 inner in

Diocesan Magazine. [ARTICLE]

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Diocesan Magazine. A new publication is promised for the beginning of November next— Tbe Singapore Diooeaan Ma^auine. It is described as a quarterly record of church work, etc in the rtioct be ol Singapore. The pages will contain contributions practically from all the churches in tbe diocese, tbe ohaplains in

Bruseh Tin Mining Co. [ARTICLE]

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Bruseh Tin Mining Co. The Secretary cf the Bruseh Hydraulic Tin Mining Co forwards the fullowing for publication:— 1 lie tenth ordinary g-nerai meeting o( the Hnisth Hydraolio Tin Mioiog Co LH was held at noon yebterday. at the Company's registered offices, 1 Itjbmson Road, wben the report and aooonnts

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Caldbeck, Macgregor AND COMPANY. Wholesale and Retail WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. tJohn Walker's Whisky. EXTRA SPECIAL. GUARANTEED OVER 12 TEARS OLD. "The Best." I ITTT P^' AGENTS JL/1 A. 1 L^/L^KJ m SUCTION GAS WHY TTB3a Anth raclte. Wood XXXXX... Chipping., B«wdu.t. wf| AND Mft ill"! PAC CHEAPEST Estate, you

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HAVE YOU READ THE LATEST NEWS P It not, go to THE ALHAMBRA To-Night AMD BBS Fathß's Animitei Gazette (Weekly Publication). Film Beries No. 3, portraying AU the Important News at Home and Abroad DfCLUDDCO The Latest Paris Fashions in Touring Drosses Thoroughly interesting and popular. (Watohtd for eagerly by

CONDITION OF CHINA. [ARTICLE]

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CONDITION OF CHINA. BRITISH MINISTER SPEAKS OF PROGRESS. American Officials See Dangers Ahead. |Rbotbr'b Tblbobam] London, September 80. The Freedom ot Belfast has been confer red on Sir J. N. Jordan who, in returning thanks, testified to the extraordinary pro gross of China during the last decade, both materially and

Railways in China. [ARTICLE]

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Railways in China. BRITISH SECTION OF THE CANTON LINE OPENED. Sir Francis Mays Address. (Fmm Oub Own Cormipokdibt.) Hongkong, Ootober 1. His Eieelleney. Sir Fratcis H. May, K. C. M. 0., the Officer Administering the Government, opened the British section of the Kowloon Canton railway, to-day, in the presence of

RUBBER PRICES FALLING. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES FALLING. Share Market Described as Rather Stronger, (Fbom Odb Own CobbbBpokdbht.) London, September 80. The price ot robber still continues to decline and fine sheet is quoted at 5/6 to 6/ 1 compared with 6/10 to 7/- at the last auotion. Para rubber is still keeping ahead of

THE BRITISH NAVY. [ARTICLE]

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THE BRITISH NAVY. Lord Charles Beresford on Trade Defence. [Rbutbb's Tblbobam.] London, September 80. Lord Charles Bereaford, in another open letter to Mr. Asquitb, says trade routes are almost wholly unguarded. The protection afforded is inadequate againat the menace of regular warships alone, and still less against privateering, which Russia

BRITISH REVENUE. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH REVENUE. Huge Increase During Past Hall Year. IRiotib'i Tiliobah.) London, October 1. The rovenne for the quarter ending September 80, shows an increase ol £11,819 P25 and the six months inorease it £37,606,124. Erery item shows an increase.

A HUNGARIAN LOAN. [ARTICLE]

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A HUNGARIAN LOAN. [Rbutbb's Tblbobam.] London, October 1. It is announced from Vienna that the Rrthsohild group of Austria Hungary and Germany have arranged a Hungarian loan of twenty millions stf rliDg. Dbb Ostasiatipchb Lloyd Telegram Berlin, S<ptemberBo. The taking over of the new Hungarian loanbyOeimuy is regarded by the

TONGKAH TIN OUTPUT. [ARTICLE]

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TONGKAH TIN OUTPUT. (Fhom Our Own Cobkmpondbmt). Pensng, October 1. The output of tin from Tongkah Harbour lor September wts 1,318 piculs, making the total for nine month* 9,2)2 picala, against 8.128 for the corresponding period of last yew.

STEAMERS IN COLLISION. [ARTICLE]

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STEAMERS IN COLLISION. (FbOM OtJB OWM COBBBSPOMDBKT.) Penang, October 1. The Eastern Shipping Company's steamer Avsjyee has arrived here with a damaged bowsprit, the result of a tlight collision with the steamer Perak in Perak River. On his arrival in port this morning the captain of the steamer Perak reported

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [ARTICLE]

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Farther Amendment of the Freight and Steamship Bill. The Lrgmlative Council net yesterday afternoon, His Excellency the Governor (Sir John Anderson, OCM O presiding. There were also present the General Officer Commanding the Troops, Major General T. E. Stepbenson, cb.; the Colonial Secretary, Hon. W. Evans; the Attorney

MOUNTAIN MYSTERY. [ARTICLE]

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MOUNTAIN MYSTERY. Strange Fate of Father and Son In Walts. An inquest was held to elucidate tho my*tenons circumstances of the death of Mr. Edward Lee C irtaret Prioe Htrrly, MVO, and his win Mr. El ward Berkeley H »rdy. whose bodies were discovered od Moel Siabod. one of the

The Sale of Hevea Estate. [ARTICLE]

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The Sale of Hevea Estate. An extraordinary general meeting of the Hevea Rubber Planting Company. Limited, wan beld at No. 45, The Arcade, to day. Mr. A. Diebo, who presided, moved That in view of the fact that the company's estate has been sold it is desirable to 1 gui

The Rubber Industry. [ARTICLE]

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The Rubber Industry. BRISK COMPETITION ON LONDON MARKET. Auction Sale Results. The London and Chin* Express of September 9 says m Tbe market for Para bas continued dull md easier, with little business doing. Fine Haid on the spot ia quoted 7*. 9.1. valoe Sept.-Oct. delivery sold at 7a. 9d.

Rare Botany. [ARTICLE]

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Rare Botany. Lord LecoDfleld. in openmg a nower f now at Coektrmoath the other day. ooofeswd thit be was rather at tea. Ha was, he said, a belter li»nd at banting or Rhooiiog Rroase, bot he hardly knew the difference between a rose and a geraniom. (L<Uithter) B>r Wilfrid Lawon,

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A oeoraa of the inhabitants of the Btrmita Sottknwau will be taken on Matob 10, 1911.

" Insufficient Funds." [ARTICLE]

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Insufficient Funds." GRIMES' CHEQUES REPUDIATED BY THE BANK. Story of a Rubber Deal. Tbe whole of yesterday afternoon wm occupied in tbe Diftrict Court with the far ther hearing of the charges against P. A. O. Grime*. Mr. E E. Deacon, accountant in tbe Hour kong aDd Shtnßhai Bank, stated

THB ST. ANDREW'S BALL. [ARTICLE]

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THB ST. ANDREW'S BALL. Date and Subscriptions Arranged By ibe Society. The preliminary arrangements (or thu »ntmal ball were made at the general meeting of the St. Andre*'* Sooiety, held in the Cricket Clnb, yesterday evening. The Hon. Dr. G illoway presided over a large attendance of members. la moving

SMALLPOX IN TAIPING [ARTICLE]

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SMALLPOX IN TAIPING The Isolation Ward Reported to] be Packed. The Perak Pioneer says Smallpox is spreading here at a apace which is little abort of alarming, in spite of the efforts by the authorities to conceal the real state of affairs from the public. The isolation ward at the

TRAPPED IN A CAVE. [ARTICLE]

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TRAPPED IN A CAVE. Officers Lost 400 Feet Down in the Heart of tbe Meodip. Foot officers cf the Northamptonshire Regiment, from tbe military manoeuvres gimp at Priddy, b»ve bad ao exciting »d»t nture in tbe well known Eat t water xwillet of the Mendip Hills. Under the guidanoe of

THE NEAR EAST. [ARTICLE]

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THE NEAR EAST. SAVAGE ACTION OF TURKISH TROOPS. Burning Houses While Searching For Arms [Rbotbb's Tblbobam.] London, September 80. Athens telegrams describe the situation at Monastir as intolerable. Turkish troops, earring oat the digarma. tnent, maltreat the peasants in every possible way, burning bouses belonging to person* who do not

Labour Party. [ARTICLE]

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Labour Party. IMPORTANT ACTION BY THE EXECUTIVE. To Facilitate Reversal of Osborne Judgment. [RaUTM'S TsLSOHAM.) London, October 1. The Executive of the Labour Party haa resolved to favour the abolition of the retirement that members shall sign the party 3onstitation. In time to oome the Executive favour trust in ordinary

THE GERMAN NAVY. [ARTICLE]

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THE GERMAN NAVY. [Rbctbb's Tblborah London, September 80. The Berliner Tageblatt says tbe> German naval estimates tor 1911 show an increase of the effective by three thousand men.

CROWN PRINCE'S TOUR [ARTICLE]

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CROWN PRINCE'S TOUR [DlB OSTASIATIBCHS LLOTD TbLBOBA*.] Berlin, September 80. The Crown Prinoe and Princess leave by the Lloyd steamer Prios Ludwig on November 8. from Genoa.

THB COTTON CRISIS. [ARTICLE]

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THB COTTON CRISIS. IBboibb's Tbl»»bam! London, October 1. Mr. Askwith, an official ot the Board of Trade, went to Manchester, hoping informally to bring the Cotton masters and Cardrcnm workers together and avert a lockout. A joint conference was held but it broke up without any settlement

QUEEN ALEXANDRA. [ARTICLE]

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QUEEN ALEXANDRA. [Rbutbb's Telegram. London, October 1. Queen Alexandra has presented to Liver* pool a free library.

TURKISH LOAN. [ARTICLE]

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TURKISH LOAN. |DBB OSTABIATIBCHB LlO 1> TfLBORAM.] Berlin, September 30. Negotiations re the Turkish loan are being continued at Constantinople by M. Bompwd.

SCOTTISH HOME RULE. [ARTICLE]

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SCOTTISH HOME RULE. (Rbotbb'B Tblsobam.) London. October 1. The Scottish Home Rule National Committee has decided to start a campaign on November 25.

THB BERLIN RIOTS. [ARTICLE]

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THB BERLIN RIOTS. [DSB OSTASIATISCHB LLOTD TbLBOBAM.] Berlin, September 80. The Moabit district ot Berlin in muoh quieter. The participation of organised workmen in the disturbances has been ascertained

THE BEDFORD TO BE SOLD. [ARTICLE]

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THE BEDFORD TO BE SOLD. |RbOTBB'» TsLBOBAM.) London, October 1. A telegram from Tokio says th»t Admiral Winsloe has ordered the wreck of the Bedford to be Bold by auotion.

SMALL-POX AT TAIPING. [ARTICLE]

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SMALL-POX AT TAIPING. (FIOM 008 OWN COBBBWOKDUT.) Kuala Lumpur, October 1. The Taiping oorrespondept of the Malay Mail, under date September 28, comments oil -..u-aou the DDreadinea»«f Irak's isolation hospital wbioh m only in course of erection. He alleges that Dr. Ormei who has been dealicg with the outbreak ol

SINGAPORE RACES. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE RACES. Entries for the Aniumn Meeting. Entries for the forthcoming Singapore races closed at noon today. Details are given be low Firrt Day. Tuesday, October 11. 1. THB OPENING STAKES. Say When Pfioce Plausible Spout Satis m Cyclone Qui Va La Rouge et Noir Trentina M«lodi«t Harry Alan Honey

Correspondence.

MUNICIPAL SINGAPORE. [LETTER]

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MUNICIPAL SINGAPORE. To the Editor of tbe Straits Times. Sir.— lt sepms very strange that not a single person in tbe community tbat the Municipality tries to wrve at pome pereonal sacrifice on tbe part of its members should have cballeDgt d a mo«t unfair and inaccurate statement you make

China Mutual Life Co.'s Case. [ARTICLE]

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China Mutual Life Co.'s Case. On Spp'ember 28, tbe hearing of tbe ca°e in which Mr. T. R image Miles ix charged at Bangkok by tbe China Mv u%l L fe Insurance Ci., Ltd, with misappropriating tbe sums of Tcs. 60 and Tc*. 215, prtmium« paid by Mr. L. F.

STOCKS AND SHARES. [ARTICLE]

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STOCKS AND SHARES. Prices Quoted la tbe Market Ibis Morning. Singapore, October Ist, 1910. Messrs. Lyail and Rvatt, Bxrhange and SLaie Brokers, iwne the following lilt of quotations this morning i— Norn. V»loe. Boyert. Seller*. .3/. Allagar 4 4 474 3/- Option! 2 8 4,9 41 Anglo-Jaw 10/- 12/. X

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Lay on, Ma^nfft who hasn't read liowboia^kfceth wu »laio ■■rißlßatHßawJ m^Lt > l° n K "inoe deaJ, IL t of date I P^l^ewer

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Notes in General. [ARTICLE]

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Notes in General. Our Knala Lumpur correspondent wires tbe following scores in the inter state cricket match played at Seremban yesterday —First [oningß, Selangor IftB, Npgri MembiUn 120; teoond innings, Selangor 55 for no wickets.

Lawn Tennis. [ARTICLE]

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Lawn Tennis. The 5. C. C. Championship. With tl c exception of the Championship Pairs, the final of wbioh is to bo played off on Monday, the S. C. C. autumn lawn tennis tournament was biou.ht to a cooolumoo, y. sterday afternoon, on the Esplanade, wbtn a large crowd of

A Son of the Cocos King. [ARTICLE]

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A Son of the Cocos King. A telegram from London to Colombo, dated tbeSbinbt, My*:-Iu 19 8 E R. Ciuoies ttop-s, a son of ibe late Xii g t f toe Cocoa [-laud*, became bankiupt and «ent to Aqr Mafa, the claims agaiust him amounting to £1 856. Hit iniere-t

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LATbST ADVbKIISEMENTS. CHIN:BE CLERK WANTED. Wanted immediately, a good Chinepo clerk for geoetal office work mutt know typewriting. Apply to W. D, c/o Straits Times. 2811 KITTENS WANTED Wanted, two Kitteoa, m«le Must be pucca Eoglith bred from English pare- nta. Apply stating price required aud piving available particulars to

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Moutrie IS A SYNONYM OF GOOD FiITH. Moutrie's GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Moutrie's SELL THE BEST QUALITY OF GOODS ONLY AT THB LOWEST PRICES. THE PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE. THB ARCADE. HARBOUR. DOCK AND PIER WORKS. Contractor*, Engineers, etc., requiring trained DIVERS for Snbmuine Work in Wood, Stone or Iron, apply in

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Pohoomull Brothers, Jeweller* and Silk Merchant*, NO. 8, HIGH STREET, SINGAPORE. Jast unpacked a large stock of Silks, Jewellery, etc., from India and Japan. Suitable Top XMAS PRESENTS. Charges Moderate. EARLY INSPECTION KINDLY SOLICITED 2880 SBs^ moTA BEME -9 aC^ "SLEDGE" BRAND HYGIENIC SWISS M"- X TA/TllLp, with all If

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r^i ill I UIIY AND COMPANY, Turf Accountants. NOW DOING BUSINESS ON THE FORTHCOMING SINGAPORE MEETING. Treble Event Double Events Straight out All Events. For particulars and prices, apply to 33, Raffles Place, Singapore. Tela. "Tally," Singapore. Telphone 580. aoes BELLAMY AND CHRISTIE Are now doing business on the forthcoming

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CHARLES I ROBINSON, Turf Accountant, EXECUTES COMMISSIONS ON English Racing, From 50/1 to 100/1. DOUBLE EVENT CESARBWITCH Run October 12, 1910. I CAMBRIDGESHIRE Run October 26, 1910. ALSO ON Singapore Autumn Race Meeting DOUBLES, TREBLES STRAIGHT-OUT Win and Place. Address: No. 18, THB ARCADB. Tklii'uhnr 881. Tkleubams: ROBBIE," Singapore. Answers

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Square Deals. [ARTICLE]

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Square Deals. MR. ROOSEVELT S OUTBURST AG4INST TRUSTS. Politics and Business. Mr. Roosevelt has made a forcible speech it Oeawatomie (Kansas) on number of ;urrent questions, including the control of railroads and corporation*, the tariff, and the iißtributicn of wealth. He declared that in bvery wise struggle for human betterment

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SALES BY AUCTION. MORTGAGEES sS'.E Of COWS AND CALVES, To be held at No. 24«, Tolnk Kerau Road, On Wednesday, Octobbb 6. at 11 a.m. 8 Singapore and 1 Calcutta Milcli Cows, One Singapore Bull and 8 Calves. POWELL i. CO., Auctioneers. 3828 AUCTION BALE Of CHINESE FURNITUBE, ETC., At

MOTORS & MOTORING. [ARTICLE]

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MOTORS MOTORING. NOTES AND COMMENTS ON CURRENT TOPICS. Tbe Motor World of September 1, contains a long illustrated article entitled "Well known carp, sdc! wh< re they are Made, Tbe An ol Johnson." This firm is of coarse, are of tbe oldest in the motor industry, and has been represented

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. City of Sheffield and the Age of Steel. The Standard, in tbe coarse of an article, ■ays: There can be no donbt about the iDteri'st and importance of at least two of ihe addresses delivered recently before the British Association. We refer to Professor W. B. Dilby's stndy

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Of 950 teachers trained in the London Connty Council's colleges 95 have been »p pointed to positions in tbe London schools, bat the remainder are unemployed, as there aro no vacancies for them in tbe capital, and tbe provincial authorities give precedence to locally-trained teachers.

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THE BEST IS A I WAYS CHEAPEST. In buying medicine, a tew pence from eaob bottle is no induoement to tbe bnyer. He wants that which is most effective, a* it is cheapest in tbe end. This is why Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is so popular here. It is guaranteed

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WANTS. ROOM WANTED. Wanted by lady and gentleman, two rooms with private family as paying guests. Apply X A., c/o Straits Times. u2002 SURVEYOR WANTED. Wanted, a qualified land surveyor (Eora sian or Native) for Sarawak. Applications stating salary, together with certificate*, to be sent to Resident's Office, Kuchiog. U3C6B

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WANTS. BOARD MO RESIDENCE WMTED. Room wanted by German gentleman with private family, English preferred. No objection to children. Apply with terms X.Y.Z., c/o Straits Times. CONDUCTORS WANTED. Wanted, two Condnctors at onoe for Coooanut and Rubber Estate. Knowledge of liniog, eto., essential. Good salary to qualified men. Applications under

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TO BE LET 9R SOLD. ROOMB TO LET, At Zetland House (Armenian Street). Apply on the premises. 0408 TO BE LET. No. 64, Robinson Road, suitable for office or godown, and No. 80, Stevens Road. Immediate entry. Apply to N. Reuben, 8, Prinoe Street. 3108 GLADYS COTTAGE TO LET. 19,

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ARTICLES FOR SALE. FOR SALE. Monthly issues of Reiohenbaoh's work on Orchids, with beautiful coloured plates, and also two other books. Inquire at No. 5, off Campong Java Road. _3168 FOR SALE Simoosbrot (Geril Bread), per tin3octs. Servelat, Plock Wunt Sausages. As supplied to the German Mail by Mr. H.

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NOTICES. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Mr. J. McDonald is now betting on my behalf at my usual place of business, and I hold myself responsible. for any bets made by him on my behalf. 2297 A. W. TULLY. TENDERS INVITED. Tenders will be reoeived at the Offioe of

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NOTICES. NOTICE. Tan Seng Chong, a student of the 1.C.8. and late Municipal Surveyor and Draughtsman, with an experience of about 14 years in the drawing office, begs to inform the Chinese eommuoity of Singapore that be has started a.business as architect and estimator at No. 189, Queen Street. CHARGES

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Straits V)imes. ADVERTISEMENT RATES.— Misoellane ous wants of every description are injert ed at the prepaid rate of II per tout lines for one or two insertions. Notioet of Births, Marriages, or Deaths, it not ezeeeding four lines, II each insertion For p.p.e. earda, on page fl, 13. brae So