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The St rai ts Times. NO. 21.014 SINGAPORE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1912. PRICE 10 CENTB.

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THE WHITE HORSE CELLAR. ESTAB. 1742 LADIES' AND GENTS \T A r T^ r W READING AND REFRESHMENTS. J\ J\ £j mJm TABLK BROTHERS' NEW REFRESHMENT ROOM Cool, Private and Select. eivIUTY I Afternoon Teas i ORDEftS AND A <trk/>/M»lifi/ aUICKLV f TTENTION. EXECUTED. Passburg's Patent VACUUM DRYING PUNT UNITED

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ROBINSON CO. Raincoats for the Rainy Season. Nothing gives more satisfaction than T^j to possess a really reliable Raincoat that iSfL will withstand the heaviest downpour. /(Y^X We can supply you with such a coat at ife§lj M a very reasonable price. We have sold -\>-, many hundreds of this

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DUMMY CO. CHAMPAGNE ADAMSON, 6ILFILLAN AND CO., LTD., SOLI AOINTK

A FAMOUS PEER. [ARTICLE]

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A FAMOUS PEER. SUDDEN DEATH OF LORD LLANGATTOCK. One of London's Richest Landlords. I The death of Lord Llangattock is annouulertl from Tliu Ueodro, his goat near I .Monmoutli. Although his lordship was in I hif) i iiili year, and had been in failing health I lately, it was realised

Thinking Horses. [ARTICLE]

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Thinking Horses. At the International Anti-Vivisection Congress at Zurich various papers were read concerning the intelligence of animals and their right to general humane treatment. Professor Kraemer, of Hohenbeini, aroused violent opposition from one of the lady delegates by his speech on Thinking Horses," in which he related some remarkable

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After Fever You Need Something more than ordinary food to restore you to health. You need 'KEPLER' (1 R A in. MARK) Solution It aids Nature by providing in a pure, concentrated, active and digestible form the very materials which She employs to repair waste of flesh and loss of

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Best for a Cold. When you Lave a bad cold you want the best medicine obtainable so as to cure it with as little delay as possible. You will make do mistake if you select Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. You are certain to be pleased with the prompt relief which it

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KEEP THE SHN CLEAR OJTICURA Soap and Ointment No other emollients do so much for pimples, blackheads, red, rough and oily skin, itching! scaly scalps, dry, thin and falling hair, chapj>ed hands and shapeless nails. They do even more for skintortured and disfigured infants. n honk fr., from niwrwt *.pot

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/C- f*K vvV The Breakdown f -^SJ^V il- mi,:,', ileprt union. «lecpiann«vi, Kraja, and nervous dhonlm rate another in quirk Ruccnmon, and befora lean com itnlitel ikdnw-n. Tnpramu ibia breakdown and to keep the body 1 'in «ml ihc brain aKrt, ilnre is MtMag like an MCMaoml miiio I' Uiat

Tropical Medicine. [ARTICLE]

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Tropical Medicine. PARTICULARS OF SCHOOL IN CALCUTTA. The Scope for Research. The scheme for a School of Tropical Medicine in Calcutta, which liaH been under discussion for quito a long time and hi 8 now been sanctioned by the Secretary of States, says the Statesman, is an ambitious one. The

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The National Mutual Life Association OF AUSTRALASIA. LIMITED. Established 1869. THK FIRST LIFE OFFICE IN THB WORLD TO APPLY THB NONFORFEITURE PRINCIPLE TO POLICIES. A Mutual Office Ho Shareholder* Annual Income £1,200,000. Funds £6.700.000. Claims Paid £5.668.711. RATES OF PREMIUMS FOR £1.000 ASSURANCE WITH PROFITS. Age nearest Payablo at Yearly-premium,

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Rheumatic Weather. Don't be surprised if you have an attack of rheumatism this Bpring. Just rub the affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it will soon disappear. Sold by all Dispensaries and Dealers.

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SECRET OF MYSTERIOUS POWER REVEALED AT LAST. How Prominent People Have Gained Wealth and Popularity. Famous Hypnotist Perfects Simple Method that Enables Anyone to Control Thoughts and Acts of Others, Cure Dissase and Habits Without Drugs. and read the Secret Desires of People Though Thousands of Miles Away. Wonderful Book

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Synoleo Washable Hyrflenln Distemper. Synoleo is a paste Distemper and is tbe product of Messrs. Wilkinson, Hoy wood k Clark, Ltd., who are the largest and oldest paint manufacturers in the world. II is manufactured in tbe palest and darkest art shades, wbioh are fast to light and line. Like

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STEAMER SAILBMGS. P. &0. STEAM NAVIGATION GO. fOH CHINA., JAPAN, PHNANG, CBYLON, AUSTRALIA, INDIA, ADBN, BOYPT, MBDITBRRANBAN PORTS, FLY MODTH AND LONDON. Through Bills of Lading israed (or OtaiM Coart, Persian Oulf Continental and Amorioan Ports. Steamers will leave Singapom on or »boit: MAIL LINES 1919 liommftri \for Bwropt). frouiS.ngapore

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BTEAMER SAILINGS, JAPAN MAIL STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. EUROPEAN LINE. A Fortnightly servioe is maintained between Yokohama via ports to Marseilles, London and Antwerp, nnder mail contract with the Imperial Japanese Government. The New Twin-screw Steamers maintaining this service have been specially deaignod and constructed, and are fitted with all the

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STEAMER BAILINBB. THE SIAM STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. LD. SINGAPORE-BANGKOK. For PabanK, Berßerah, Tringganu, Birat, Semerak, Bacho, Kelantan Bansnara Telnpin. Panarai, Patani, Sin R ora, Laoon, Kohsamoi, Bandon, LanKfraan, Tako! Chuupon, Koblak and Bangkok. Oil* OepartuM S D.m. M. ASDANO Oot 26 MAHIDOL Oot. 28 Oot. 3O REDANG Oot. 31 Nov.

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SEANG LINE OF STEAMERS. 8.8. "Glenogle" 8,760 Tonp. s.a. Seang Bee 6,799 Tons. ss "Seang Ohoon" 6,776 Tone. FOR PENAN6 AND RANGOON. 8.8. GLE T OGLE, on October 81, 1912. FOR HONGKONG. AMOY ANO BWATOW. B.s. SEANG BEB, on October 26, 1912. These steamers have excellent accommodation for passengers, and

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STEAMER SAILINGS. HAMBURG AMEKIKA LJHe! HAMBURG T^ AND OEUTJCH OtMPFSCMIM HHHTBBES MMA IREMEI Combined Hervloe. The steamres of those Companion maintain < regular servioe between Hamburg Bremen Antwerp, and Rotterdam, and the Straits. China and Japan. Homewards, they are despatched tortnightly for Havre and Hamburg once a month tor Bremerhaven

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STEAMER SAILINGS N. D. TT lorddeutsohar Lloyd, Brent*' IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL LINE. The fant and well-known mail steamer? uf this Company sail fortnightly from Bremen Hamburg, via Rotterdam, Antwerp, Sontb ampton, Gibraltar, Genoa, Naples (connect ing Marseille, Naples, Alexandria, and vice vorsa) Port Said, Sao>, Aden, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, Hongkong,

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STEAMER SAILINGS. TOYO KISEN KAISHA (Oriental S.S. Co.) and WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. '1 iio Now Via Chins Japan, Honolulu, and San Fraccimo to all points in tho Uwtod Stab-;. Canada, Mexico and Borcpr. •peraMal Ire «4» II.OOC tor. Triple Screw Tm bint llMrt "thlnvo Maru" "TsnjoWaru" Chl|« Mara," the

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COMBINED SERVICE OF THE OCEAN S. S. CO.. LTD THE WEST AUSTRALIAN S N. CO.. LTD. BITVTRRN f-emantls i Perth North Wast Australian Ports, Java and Singapore Regnlai Fortnightly B«ilici;« botweei Singapore and Weetoru Anstralift, cillinp a' Java (as inducement offer-), Derby, Kint;V Sound (Port for tho Kimberley Gold Fields)

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STEAMER SAILINGS. UNION 88. CO OF NEW ZEALAND. LTD SINGAPORE TO NEW ZEALAND MRRCT, AUCKLAND, WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON AND DUNEDIN A' CALLI.VO AT SAMAIUNG AND FIJI (ir impi i»M«M orFms Tlic C( mp&ny'B Su-auier Aparima 8,704 Sons, S. Vint, Comta&ndtiT, iii&intMßFa regular kur rcopU.lj rcivic«> botwe n Singapore Bnd New Ztalati?.

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Sale by Auction. NOVEMBER 2, 1912. Valuable Building Sites, Town Lots and Mining Lands SITUATEJVT, OR RB4I IPOH, PEPAK, BELONGING TO ERIC MAXWELL. ESQ.. OF NORTHANTS, ENGLAND. MESSRS. VALPY AND ROBIN ARE INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT 25, Station Road, IPOH, PERAK, ON SATURDAY. NOVEMBERS. 1912, 2.15 p.m.

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SALES BY AUCTION. AUCTION BALE Of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, A COLLECTION OF PLANTS, ETC., Till puoPiftiY or W. L. Watki!>s Er«^ To be beld at Majtield," No. Ib, Anderson Hold, On Saturday, Novrhbir 2, at 2.80 p.m. On view two day* prior to (ale. POWBLL A CO., Anotiontwrs. 2810 211 FREEHOLD

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS. CHINESE CLERK WAN FED. Wantnl. Chincso C'lrrk. Mast have a good R.-ncral knowledg.l of MorcaLtile t.ffi-o v.ork. Apply by litur, stntiiif. Hillary n.i.iircd and OjptneuL'e, to Box Xo. 101, Strait Times. 10 CHINESE CLERK WANTED 7 Wanted, firxt cla^H Chinepo cl.rk to tako chiruT of fhipfiut- an.i forwarding

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MASSEUR S FUJITA (JAPANESE). No. 208, QUEEN STREET. 610 11 7118 CRUSHED FOOD. In II "I" tailtftrt. I K. BBLILIOS begs to inform the public that hie Factory lor preparing Citubcd Food, at No. 1, Belilioe Read, is now opened. Price c( a bag of Crashed Food 1 p 10

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Tropic Colds in.- ml only Ihe .nost Jisa«rce..Me. tin- most annoting sort of nUf, lull they .11.-0 arc Hard to get rid of U/L 9 amm Tr Wnv y r svsu m is J .1 fa ImMml, y»u .Me v.tim out exhausted In- the itNßUttaj Enr PWafl 1K..1. Your fonts

SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE. To fvi. T.Kim Im I".-iih i.i! la pin (1 I- S«ctUnliaiu nn.l IV I"" Malar ii ami !>,• k-'U II»hk I'ian :i pm i Himgßvc I pa I i iH'iibun ml rally (iian- S, m; Ipm Piilnn ItaUlll Hh 11., I pan II Pradaec Bbm i >anit

Mail Steamer Movements. [ARTICLE]

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Mail Steamer Movements. l; M. napnny'x Htcann i Sen left Snu .ii at a.m. to-ilar. and msj ■lH.it a.m. mi Mom lav. <•■ t<il« r 28. 11, a. inp.iuy« «ti nui< t l.ti i.,|..i,:1-. II a.m. Un \\,.lm,-.li\ i..1,. i j iiniv'. -i 0 11,. H ,1 (i not* nl

SINGAPORE SHIPPING. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SHIPPING. latest Arrivals. Vr\A Kdiimiidmm. i>, t -_v.. 1 slmu lini. <>. I M. c. I < V. (i. i jr. II li undd.p. I 11. JH. KdH. I 1. 1. HIM, i ii. i- (i, mi. l |i. v i.. ...11 .i, .v i r..i iri>. ii i'

Vessels at Tanjong Pagar and Keppel Harbour. [ARTICLE]

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Vessels at Tanjong Pagar and Keppel Harbour. Wharves at which Vessels are I'.ei thed To-Day. TANJONO I'ACAi;. K-.-r WBABF Hams 11. M.5. W.n.iuiuli. I'uli Wo. w. s>. rn>\ Sn. l_J«jrna. \Vh\i k NilMain \V. Hki r. N... i...T«ro»«, Rnrapliio* :;...Nil. I. ..Scans Ik*'. 6...P1ur00. i;...siiiiibn Main, 11 toe, 'liiri,^in:ii. Xi

LOCAL PASSENGER LISTS. [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL PASSENGER LISTS. Arrivals. p. r-• 0 26. Knnii I Mm. K. Maelcan. Kruui Port Swcttenham. Mr. and Mr-. E. Tipaon. .I.i (i,t 16. -From Calcutta. Key.l. anl Mr'-. It. Moaner, Mi- ami Master Mn-.r. IN r -li. l'r,-l ice, Oct 25 I Mi. Skinner Tnmer. Per atr. Kaka. Oct

UNIQUE SURGICAL CASE. [ARTICLE]

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UNIQUE SURGICAL CASE. Boy Lives Lndcr bxtraordinary Conditions. AeaMolaa exUandiaarj character and at gwst iatowl to the medical pi >•. is ti,,- MiMeel "i iiu iaaaasl a*. Ltmabirrmgh. tiUlmlnlllllli. recently. Tha in- juiry was as to tin death of a four year old Say uniuid .Mm Kdwaid Woodeaek, tli<- son

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Timr-balls on Kcrt Cunuin» and Mount Fnbcr drop daily at 1 p.m., Singapore) standard time, co? responding to 6 a.m. Cm nwicli niciin time. The time-gnn is fired at 12 o'clock noon, indicating Singapore -t'lhilnrci tiu.r, on every day excepting Sunday, when it is find at one o'clock.

Finance & Commerce. [ARTICLE]

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Finance Commerce. EXCHANGE. Sinc;aickk. v, raan M, r.»i-2. On I.iimihn Haul, lin s 2 1,; IVnmid J I 1 I'riv.Ue |in s tI in s -2 111 OaOsHua r.ank .1 .1 SSBJ l'rivati- :i I.: MS] On I"i:\mi. Bml 'I <l IVivatc 111 s MB Oabnu hifcT.T. I7i| Private siiis

TN-DAY'S STOCKS AND SHARES.

MINING. [ARTICLE]

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MINING. «J" 3 Bipn. VIMj 10 7.(H) Aiiij>.iiisi 10 10 llclat Tin 2.7. 10 10 Krunnu l.io 10 10 Kunaboi MO XI XI Kinta Tin lAS 10 10 Knuipar 1C 10 KinU Amociation 1340 X! XI Lahat BUbM 1.11.0 10 10 Mi.1.11. t..n li.oo I'alifint; Omml 10 Xl XI l'i

RUBBER. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER. I Bayem. Betkx*. \nlui i; j -J ABaau I a Anyl.. Malay 11 ij 1" I. > -J Bateng Mtilul;:. J I 8 9 Mi XI .i < ;iu- 18.10.0 14.5.0 U xi l'a:;i Tka B.ILB •■■IT" .11 XI Bnkit Ki'janu 2.13.6 :'.'>•» Cl XI Bnkit Lintang 1.100 4.17J1

GENERAL. [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL. r. 110 1 t ''v»'..~. i alue i fUUmm. 7 I Xl« < nil- Twmjn 'I 10 10 10 l'i;is. i ft Nnur BIjM IH) H..«artli EnkiM IT.'H 100 7" Inf. HH.(H) IK) l(«l Kati I'.ru. l>.t. 100 IIHI H"., Com. I'ni 10 in Mayii.inl A C (K> lihi

DEBENTURES. [ARTICLE]

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DEBENTURES. Ituvers Sillers Howarth KisKme r, s'.hki.ihu par Kiley. Har»reHM -i; IMMMO 21 Bingapore Electric Tramway- UCOJBOO Spore Municipal ■'>">, «I.h7h.()ik) n,.m. Bayam HsMata H'pore Mimicipsl 1 1 „l 1-.H17 |.l.fMm.ooo 7 S'n ire Jliiin, i|wl I ,t MM «|,IKKM»«t Ml |ll H'aere .Mnm.ip.il I MUUMI sm

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-ivrr. poor's, Tl 1 ii-k vi Inaas cr b- Hid aan i ia i; i, sat w.'sltb. We "I I \,-':i'.!v tnt my pnrd In I II -Itl'-t p-111. Ni>r f. »r i .iv, I nt »i ow or lain I iV On a> r- t-rir.. N t I'nrp. aud

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AUCTION SALES. Powell and Co. October At aalemoßn. V.i! lih hold land and bowe al Etac Coarn Road i j \t room, liold land and In. i- a -i ..i -'.-hi. fn iM land t: 1. at '■■•< x I at 1". ill ItH at 11. At wikTOom. valuable I■

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EGYPTIAN CIGARETTES MASPERO SPECIALS (Russian Mouthpieces) $1.50 per tin of 100. On Sale at JOHN LITTLE GO., LTD., ROBINSON CO., KATZ BROTHERS, LTD. ABSOLUTELY PURL Grand Prli &.^A Paris, 1889. THE EAST ASIATIC CO., LTD., lw»oK»fl. A RARE OLD GENUINE LIQUEUR COGNAC. iflJttlanß^afL Vintage 18S8 Authentique. HASLEWOOD CO., LTD., sKTelephone

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GRAND CHABGE OF paf>Gß.":MftE AT HARIMA HALL CINEMATOGRAPH. NORTH BRIDGE ROAD, TO-NIGHT. Showgoors should not miss tMs opportunity of witnessing sons* REALLY GOOD FILMS. S' cjnd Show 9 U0 to 11 \>.w. THBY AKK THE FOLLOWING: With the Enemy's Help. B ogrsph. A Change of Spirit. Bio(!r:irli He Wanted to

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DAILY TIME TABLE. rivruRES. Saturday, October 2ft. >\ 1(1 m Ill IJ p.m. I 5undny, Ocl -her 27. Hi.. I, V 'I'' 1 I 1 1 Mond/iy. Ortrtur 2H. II au, 11.57 p.m. u.ii.l .III.'. M \l miiwanl rn^il duo. lu.^day, <»ctoher 20. II w r. II. -M a.m. olm-iday,

The Straits Times. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. TURKEY IN DANGER. [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. TURKEY IN DANGER. What is happening in Turkey We have had the most amazing telegrams from confederacy sources about Turks abandoning their guns wholesale and fleeing panic strick en before Greeks, Servians or Bulgarians. The simple truth is that we do not believe uoe

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It has been arranged to hold an Old Bed fordians dinner in Singapore, ou Saturday next, and all old boys of tho Bedford schools who may desire to attend are asked to notity Mr. A. I. Cameron, at Messrs. l'atcrsou, Simons, and Co., Ltd.

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At yesterday's meeting of tho Municipal Hoard President stated that there were 44 cases of cholera during the mouth, the outbreak starting from September 10. It is believed that tho disease was imported from Tanjong Prioh or Samarang, and that it spread through contacts.

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The export of razors from Sol in^on to China has decreased enormously, though this loss in trade is compensated by a corresponding increase in thu number of pairs of scissors exported to the Far East. '1 lie rea sou is the Revolution, thu disappearance of the queue, and the discontinuance

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The output of the Jondarata Rubber Co., during September, was 7,059 pounds, making a total of 60,804 pounds, for the first niue months of this year.

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A writer in the animal World, discussing the existence of the sea serpent, rioints out that gigantic cuttlefish exist whose tentacles sometimes attain a length of sixty feet.

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Dnpar Perak has the largest Sakai population. 4,578 out of the 12,7:t3 scattered throughout the whole, of the State. In Selangor there are 2,457, divided into small groups, of which 245 are credited to Kiiala Lumpur. Iv Negri Sembilan there ure 1,761 Sakais, and in Pahang 10,:j84.

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Apropos of the President's remark at a previous meeting of the Municipal Board, Mr. Moss, at yesterday's meeting, said he had received a letter from the Registrar of Hack ney carriages and Jinrikishas in I'en.tug that there was not such a thing as a one seated rikishaon tho streets of

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Weekly auction sales of rubber are to take place at l'euaug from the beginning of next month, conducted by Messrs. Allen Danj* and Co. This should, says the Pinang Gazette, proviele a much needed outlet for the disposal of rubber from the many small holdings throughout Province Well* sle-y Kulali

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Receut nrws received from Calcutta states that lighting is in progress again at I-lm- 1. where the Ambansof the Chinese Guard were furiously attacked, but drove off their Nepalese assailants. Tho Resident for Nepal. in the endea\our to act as peacemaker. MM permitted to enter the Chinese camp, but was

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No less than ten Chinese nonias were he fore Mr. Firmstono, yesterdcy morning, charged with playing cards in a common gaming house at 171, Ilavelock Uoael. The plea put forward in defence by one of the accused was that she was celebrating the anniversary of the death of her brother

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A special London cable to the Pioneer says a message to the Daily Mail from Peking states that the representative if Japan in the Six Power Group, with a councillor of the Japanese Legation, have drawn up a report ou tho Salt Tax. They find that, given effective o-tab!ishment of

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Dr. Yin referred at the Municipal Board yesterday to a nuisance which is ever present in Singapore. He asked the I'resident whether obstructions in tho streets wire legalized, to which the latter replied only after 0 p.m." The President thought that there were net a sufficient number of polico to

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Humours that Sir Sam Fay, manager of tho Great Central Uailway, has been olTered the general managership of the amalgamation of the Buenos Ayrts Great Southern and Buenos Ay res Western Railways are denied. It is stated that Sir Sam Fay's visit to the Argentine is in the nature of

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Fifty-three thousaii I two- hundred aad six.v ouuees tioy of BpU, wcie proihu-.d in tlie lslaud of Formosa during last pear. Al most the whole of this was the. product) of three mines in Keeluug district, ouly some 1.700 ounces of dust bciug obtained by washing, which is carried on

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The following is a Calcutta impression of the Chintsu soldiers from Thibet and who are due to arrive in Singapore today About 400 Chinese soldieTH ariivnl here on October 17, aud thcirappeaiance caused givat MirpiU. to those who expected to see hard warnois. They are undersized, feeble looking mi r,

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The fir.-t steamship to be built iv (iv.it Britain having four propellers aud a combination of reciprocating aud turbine machinery is now iv course ot construction at the Neptune Shipyard, Walkeron Tyne, of Swan, lluuti r, and William Uichardson, Limited. Tlie vessel is to bo name I tin; liciuu Victoria

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The Bibby liner Oxfordshire, the latest addition to tho Bibuy teat of steamers, which quite recently was on her maiden voyage to Colombo, brings the total number ot twiu screw steamers possessed by tho company up to eight. She has a total displacement rJ 15,800 tons while her nett tonnage

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Tho Hippodrome Circus and Menagerie will open to-ni.ut, at Beach Road, with a programme, in which a number of new artists, fresh from Europe, appear. The circus has been disappointed iv ils intention to open with a new tint, which has not arrived from Hongkong iv lime-, but iv order

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. [ARTICLE]

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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. The death is announced in Ceylon pipei. i Mr. S. l>. Young at Glasgow.

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Mr. It. Scott is appointed to aot M District fudge, Singapore, with clfect from the 21st IDHt.

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Mr. A. It. ABecket Terrell, of Messrs Drew and Napier, has been admitted by tho Chief Judicial CouiinissieiiH r, F.M.S., as an advocate and solicitor of the Kuala Lumpur Supreme Court.

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Mr. .lohu Tuner, accoiupanml by Mrs. .111 I Miss Turner, is likely la visit the SLr.iiti this coining winter season, starting 111 No veinber, to inspect the many properties with which Mr. Turner is couneeted.

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Thirty seven years ago, on Ootob) r 18, Dr. and Mis. K. P. IMmlaji arrived in Man They cam by way ot the Paeili with Dr aud Mis. S. (1. Mclarland. then returning from their tiist furlough, taken atter having been some riftceu years iv the country.

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Mr. C. <;. Macartney, the well known aaatralian cricketer, was 111 Colombo tew da)H ago, on Lis »ay to AiMtrali by the I', and < >. Moldavia. Mr."Miuartiny played in a erieUet ■aaohat Port S.ml, aM, wuh Ln-utenant General Sir John KoCHM Nixon for parinir, put on U0 runs before;

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A teli^ram to a Ceylon paper, dateel Cal cutta, October l>), says, Calcutta is deeply shocked by a sad love tragedy, in whiofa a young assistant iv the UauUot Bengal named Winder anil a Mrs. Mull. ml wan eoncerutd. The pair eloped to Mount Abu, in KajpaUna, where Winder shot

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The (iovernor has nominated Dr. It. D. Keith to be a member of tho Medical Council of the Straits Settlements and of tho Federated Malay State's during the uhseneo on leave of Dr. 0.8. Brooke; the Chief Secretary, F M.S., has nomiuate'd Dr. William Brycc Orme to be a mcmi

The Seamew Appeal. [ARTICLE]

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The Seamew Appeal. In our report of the .hnlgme ut in the Sea mew Appeal tho sentence occurs mar the end At tl.e same tune it was absurd that the court had not the opinion of an expeit engineer to aid them iv ooaaiaV ling the qwes tion of default

Singapore Mortality Returns. [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Mortality Returns. Tho mortality returns for Singapore, is sued by the Registrar of Births and heaths, show that during tho week ending October 19, there were 207 deaths, giving a ratio per uiillo of population of 4X04. Malarial lever accounted foriil deaths, phthisis convulsions 25, beri beri 34, bronchitis

The Champagne Industry. [ARTICLE]

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The Champagne Industry. According to the re port of the Chamber of Commerce, of Uheims Kpernay, total Mlef in the nhampagnn district daring Urn yeai 1911-11 compiised 83,683,11 1 quart bottlea as oompared ritfa BtMM4,4tkl in 1910-11 and 39,394,526 iv 1909 10. Though tin re has baan a steady decline

Annual Report on The Colony. [ARTICLE]

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Annual Report on The Colony. Attache! tn lhe< iovel Umellt ia/ette. ila'.i d the 2.'.tli iust.. is the n poil oil the StiaiH r-v lili me i.ls lor 1911, framed hy .Mi. liiyaiit, anting Culoni il Secretary. It useful record of the yeai's progroaa, ooe)tenting the main points of must

Oil Trade Progress. [ARTICLE]

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Oil Trade Progress. S. ptembcr III) was Mm second anniversary of tho dramatic declaration of thu war uf pliers hy tin; Standard Oil Company. Thai groat organisation, says the l-iu;vti<ier, hail accumulated 11 ,000,000 barrels of oil, anil aunouueed its intention oi wiling them nil. l'n.-es !e;ll to a very

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GALDBEGK, MACGREGOR CO., Wholesale and Retail WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, Ales, Beer and Stout Importers Telephone No. 160. 0B »PP' l BRANCHES AT: ir.NO2N. GLASGOW. SHANGHAI. HONGKONG. TIENTSIN AND KUALA IUMPUR. WITH AGENCIES THKOUOHOUT THB EAST. XgjJpX EASTERN PRESENTS /WESTERN FRIENDS. .j, "i^jvi \j/ trtJ^^K^^^^ Japanese Siik Kimonoß, Theatre Wrap?,

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THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME That camo to tho Cinematograph operator who took tho picture, and that comes to you now, which you cannot afford to miss soi/.ing, TO SEE THE SINKING OF THE HELVETIA a film depicting a real occurrence, tho sinking of a Liverpool steamer, the Helvetia, by

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Latest advertisements of the day appear on page 5 and on page 11.

THE BALKAN WAR. [ARTICLE]

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THE BALKAN WAR. The Bulgarian Success at Kirkkilisse. GRAVE POSITION OF TURKISH FORCES. Pick of Moslem Army Beaten. Km l ik's taMM London, October £'>. Sofia ofli. ml ill spatches do not confirm the leport of .'i( l.ik Ml prisoners beiu^ taken at Kirkl.ilisv, bit merely stat- that mmy Turks

German Messages [ARTICLE]

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German Messages I>IR OsrtHIATISc HI LUII TnL«r,K»!« Hnlin ().:tubtr M T!i.- T:uU have bcU.u Mm Sit* inns at ■M 'I'!" tin- ks liiiv.' occupied tlie paM ivl ■> S« rvii fiud tbe Hulj;ftriaii- l.;'vi t.il.' n Kirkkil Berlin, Octolx r H rlniitiopl.' is ekkri i i MHHi by Ifci I",

CONDITION OF CZAREWITCH. [ARTICLE]

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CONDIT ION OF CZAREWITCH. Kxoria'- TtMMML Lamm, 0m twr M It is reported that th< i kwewitck wa-in-jured while aMMMMtfI spars on the I'/.ir > yacht and that the doolors iro consulting on M*MM3s'. It' m. lUm OMmMMMMI I-l vii IwMM ■nmkJDmmm Mi Tin' i-ondi'.i >n >.[ tli ir. .vit.-li

CAMBRIDGESHIRE BETTING. [ARTICLE]

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CAMBRIDGESHIRE BETTING. KintK'i ftaMMM London, October 2">. Cambridgeshire betting lOOto 12 against Lance, 100 t<» I Outraui and Ellegh, 100 to Mustapha. 100 to 7 Brancepeth and Whisk, 20 to 1 Long Sot, Hamerton, and Syn.on. 25 to 1 Jaeger, 100 to Drimnorc, all taken, KM) to 7 Polkeriis offered.

DEATH OF A GENERAL. [ARTICLE]

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DEATH OF A GENERAL. JUOTM'S TELBOIUIM. London, October 2.'>. The desth of General James Cummins, who served with distinction in China, Kgypt and burma, is announced. Ho was bom in 1813 in Cork.

AUSTRALIAN GOVERNORS. [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN GOVERNORS. KaOTIB'S TILIUBAM. London, < >otober 26. Sir Herald Strieklau.l. OIMM of West Australia, succeeds Lord Chelmsfoid as Governor of New South WmM. in March.

RECKER FOUND GUILTY. [ARTICLE]

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RECKER FOUND GUILTY. Kictkb's TitLiaaAii. Londt.u, October 26. A N> w York message Ml the jury has found Police Lieutenant Becker guilty of murder iv the first degree.

TRIPOLI PEACEFUL. [ARTICLE]

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TRIPOLI PEACEFUL. i:n l mi's Tklkoham. London, October 25. fMktafe uHi.ers and Arab chiefs have come M Tripvli aud are MMMMfI amicably v.itli ill. Italians the future MMMM.

CONTINENTAL PARAGRAPHS [ARTICLE]

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CONTINENTAL PARAGRAPHS I>KK OSTASIATISCHK LLOVIi TgLKURAJI. Uerliu, OOMMi M Capt. Tschagiu. Commander of the Czar s yacht, ha« committed suicide. Berlin, October M. llerr Scbweiiu Loewitz is appointed President of the I'riissiau l>n.t. The I'riucess Kupprecht, of Bavaria, has died at Sonent. of heart failure.

CHINESE MILITARY STUDENTS. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE MILITARY STUDENTS. Dkr Osta-iatim uk Lloyd Telboram. Berlin. October 25. On the sii^iestion of the military taotais, a group of Chines' is leaving Harbin for Moscow to pursue military >'.i. iies.

LONDON RUBBER MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON RUBBER MARKET. The East Asiatic Company's Dail) Report. The market in London, yesterday, was week aud declining. The cosing prices were Hard fine Para spot IM forward 4/44 First latex crepe, delivery next thn.c months 4,2

SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA. [ARTICLE]

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SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA. Views of Shipowners' Parliamentary Committee. The Shipowners' I'urli uifutary Coin- :irt'.-. v in.-, members u|ht« ii. *pwai4i of nine tenths of tlie total Uriiish toMMi alloat. have adopted the following MM tious: (1) That it would be disastrous to tlie future development of tho Mercantile

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Abundant evidence is forthcoming to in -.iilie value of agricultural lan i iv Urn South Atiieau I'liM is ou tlie up grade. OmMHWMNMM ensued during the r.-c-eLt Mission of Parliament with reference t.tl..- purchase, by Uovi-rmuent of a farm mar MMMMMaM for exf eriincntal purposes at the rate of i'Kl

The Dacre Castle. [ARTICLE]

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The Dacre Castle. A CASUALTY OF FIRST CLASS IMPORTANCE. Valuable Cargo. The Times, of September 1«, has the Mlowing to say regarding tl»e loss of the Uacre Castle Messages from Formosa reporting the wreck of the British steamer Dacre Castle indicate a casualty of first class importance, but one which,

WIRELESS FOR BANGKOK. [ARTICLE]

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WIRELESS FOR BANGKOK. New Installation To Ik- Ready Next Year. The erection of the buildings for the new wireless stations in Siam, one at Sapatum, and the- other at Singora, is steadily proceeding, and it is expected, says the Bangkok Times, that the installation of the system cm commence next

NORTH BORNEO TRADING. [ARTICLE]

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NORTH BORNEO TRADING. Progress of Planting on the Rubber Estates. Mr. .1. A. Tracers, presiding at the meeting of Mm North Borneo Trading Company, Limit. -I. said that steady progress had been made with the plantiug of rubber op the com pany's properties on the Tuaran an<l I'onghelan estates. The

The Rubber Industry. [ARTICLE]

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The Rubber Industry. MARKET UPSET BY BALKAN TROUBLE. Reports, Dividends and Notices. We take the following relating to the rubber industry from the London and China I Express of October 4 The market for Plantation has been quiet and lower although firming a little at the close. Smoked Sheet on

OPENING OF PANAMA CANAL. [ARTICLE]

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OPENING OF PANAMA CANAL. American Fleet to Rendezvous at Panama. The Panama Canal, says the Sew York Herald, will be opened to traffic approximately in on' 1 vcar. according to an announcement made at tuo Navy Department, which stts tl>e opening for the autuiuu of 1013. This announcement caino coupled

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Mr. Sheldon L. Crosby, formerly third secretary at the American Embassy in London, appointed Secretary and ConHiil General at the American Legation, Bangkok, has arrived in the Siamese capital. Mr. Crosby was educated mainly in Europe, a largo portion of his scholastic career being spent in Oermany. He joined the

MUNICIPAL BOARD. [ARTICLE]

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MUNICIPAL BOARD. Business Transacted at Yesterday's Meeting. An ordinary meeting of the Commissioners was held in the board room, yesterday afternoon. Mr. F. J. Halifax presided, the others present being Messrs. I. Moss, Chea K> iw Chin, Tun Kheaiu Hock, A. M. S. Angullia, Dre. P. Fowlio and S. C.

CHINESE TROOPS ARRIVE. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE TROOPS ARRIVE. Portion of the Men Who Worried Tibetans. The Apcar liner Japan, which arrived at the East Wharf this morning from Calcutta, via Penang, has ;>"!• Chinese soldiers, with three officers, and a few wouieu and children like Tibetans iv appearance— who are being couveyed to Shanghai, whither

BOMBAY DOCKS. [ARTICLE]

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BOMBAY DOCKS. Progress of Important Extension Scheme. It is MhmUM to uolo, says tbo liuiubay correspuudent ol the Eu.^lislmian, the rapid ■NgfMi ot the woiL uo* tjoiuj; on at tho uew Alexandra Dooka, Bombay. Althoagb tli.ro lias been some dc lay in Uio execution of tin- contract, whirh terminated ia

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [ARTICLE]

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MAUCCA'S NEEDS ENUNCIATED BY MR. DARBY. Wireless Telegraphy and Betting. The Legislative Council, at its meeting yesterday afternoon, dealt with a var iety of subjects, of vory general interest, Hcfore proceeding to the introduction of new bills, the Council passed certain new rules for nicr chant shipping, which

An Australian Religious Census. [ARTICLE]

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An Australian Religious Census. The Her. V. C. Spurr, of Melbourne, fur■Jahaa some particulars of the recent y taken religious census for Australia. The vast majority of the people claim to belong to outor other of the churches. The Kpiseopal Church is at the top with 1,710,»4:f adherents Hoiuan Catholics

Lovers' Suicide in Motor-Cur. [ARTICLE]

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Lovers' Suicide in Motor-Cur. A love tragedy is reported from San Diego in Southern California, which has resulted in the death of Mr. .Miles Kolsom, a most ■mWmj young lawyer of San Diogo, and Miss Theima Bartce, the daughter of a rich banker of the same city. The two were

LOVE ON BOARDSHIP. [ARTICLE]

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LOVE ON BOARDSHIP. A Hasty Young Lady and a Late Repentance. An incident which occurred on board the P. aud O. Syria on her way out from Kugland has just come to light, reports the Times of Ceylon of October 12. A young lady, tr.iveliing first class, was going to

CHURCH SERVICES. [ARTICLE]

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CHURCH SERVICES. St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday, October 27, 1912. Tag 21st Sl-nday aktkk Trinity. 7 a.m. Holy Communion i Plain). 7.45 a.m.— Holy Communion (Chorali and Sermon. Introit, IlB| Service. Smart; Hymn at (Kfcrtory. ;;17; Hymu at Communion, ITS Part I: Hymn at ihluU ms, 9U. 9 1"> a.m.— Matins

Ad Astra. [ARTICLE]

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Ad Astra. The progress of Might, so fur M al'.itii'le is concerned, since the end of I'M), is shown in tho following table Jan. 7, 1910 Latham 1,000 metre* 12 l'aullmn 1,209 .Judo 11 Urockius... 1 July 7, Olicslaycrs 1,720 10, Brookius... 1,900 Aug. 15, Dnxel 2,01.1 29 Morano 2.110

Brahminy Bulls. [ARTICLE]

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Brahminy Bulls. THE SACRED ANIMALS 01 INDIA. Curious Hindoo Beliefs if a stmclyjiriti*li farmer were to trake up one morning in early summer, ;uul M lonian;; out of his window should sic some line bull browsing in his best o.itfiel.l, his feeling! CAD be bettor imagined than described. Certainly the

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Tlio Westminster Athletic Club moots the Straits United Kootb.ill I MMD iv th l>r. Yin shield i'.'iu;ii tiiiou on the police gr mud, to day, at 5 p.m.

Correspondence.

The Late Mr. J. S Glover. [LETTER]

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The Late Mr. J. S Glover. To the Kditor of the Straits Times. It is with the pMM reynt we hesr «,l Hit sn.l.lt 11 .lt:itli of Mr. .1. S. Glover, mil |<tipulnr liistiict (ll)ictr at llaub, until lately when he was triinsfcircd to Kuala Lumpur Supreme onrt on promotion.

Salaries of Subordinates. [LETTER]

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Salaries of Subordinates. To Llit Ktlitoi uf tli. Sti ails Times. Mr, I h;i\t ilh.u-lit over the matter :..llv ami bftVC conc-lu.li-d that the luu. l at* utit'u ti tl l-'«.1. -iaU.l Malay Statts (iovirn'iiciit should be drawn to the serious const. |iu i't members of tho subordinate ■miw an

The Double Ricksha Question. [LETTER]

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The Double Ricksha Question. To tbc Editor of the Straits Times. Ufa Tin: iiuestinn of tin. ultimate sup prewtion of double rickshaa, fiom a humani tarian standpoint, is a moot point, especially RH no pullt-r need tui;;yi' to pull hucli ;i vi'liiclc unless be chooses to do ■o. A puller

SAMPANG (JAVA) PLANTATIONS [ARTICLE]

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SAMPANG (JAVA) PLANTATIONS Details of Cultivated Area and Crops. The report of the Sampan^ |fcm) Hubber Plantations, Limited, for the period from date of incorporation to December 81, 1911, states that the properties of this company cover a total area of '2,996 acres, i. c. Sampang l'eundeui Estate, equal to

STOCKS AND SHARES. [ARTICLE]

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STOCKS AND SHARES. Prices Quoted in the Market This Morning. Singapore. October '2H. IUI2. .Missis. Lyall and Kvatt, Kxcliau»o and Share Uroki-n., issue the following list of quotations tliis lnoiniu^: XnM. Valvb. Bivkks. Skllkic*. 1 Alla»ar I U 8/ X 1 Anglo-Java 67 1 3 1 Auglo-.101i...c 7/6 M<l J

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For Chronic Cheat Complaints, W axis' OtMI Peppermint Com

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Quality Price. MICHELIN TYRES are the dearest, DUPIRE BROTHERS, Agents. 1 7-0 80 6 18 RAFFLES HOTEL SPECIAL "GEISHA DINNER WILL BE SERVED TO-NIGHT AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. For the convenience of those attending the theatre, dinner will be served at 7.30 p.m. sharp on these nights. This Beautiful Seaside

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Dollar Share Values. [ARTICLE]

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Dollar Share Values. A REVIEW OF THE PRESENT POSITION. With Some Forecast Valuations WV li.ive be<n asked rejieatedly to MHM I •m 1 1 mil edition of uir handbook on "Dollar Share Values," but liave bei-H reluctant to do so uutil a good deal of frevh matoiial Ixeanii iiwulable. Further,

BUKIT K. B. [ARTICLE]

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BUKI T K. B. Wmmm May, 1010. Situation of Estate: About six miles from Malacca. Board of Directors. Nuo Odk Hco Mr. Fisher W. M. Sime secretaries and Registered Offices Welsh ■-..I Co., K\ctiunj;o Building*. Capital Authorised $150,000 Paid up 143,475 ■ii 'mi'lSa 8S Tliu coupaoy'it year cods June JO.

BUKIT TIMAH. [ARTICLE]

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BUKIT TIMAH. Kormko Maucu, 1910. Situation of Estate: Near Singapore. Board of Directors. Rev. N. J. Couvreur j V. Marsot Chat Everitt O. G. Horsfall Secretaries and Registered Offices Evatt and Co., Commercial Buildings. Capital Authorised $500,000 Paid up 490,000 ***** 7,91.1 Rubber outputs 1911 80,9.52 1.1912 (9 inons.) 66,746

THE BRITISH MUSEUM. [ARTICLE]

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THE BRITISH MUSEUM. Youngest Yet the Largest Library In Europe. After 42 years' service at the British Museum, Dr. G. K. Fortescue, the Keeper of Printed Hooks, will retire at the end of October voder the age limit. Some account of the interest of his work is given in the

Passengers Overseas. [ARTICLE]

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Passengers Overseas. FORTHCOMING DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS. Latest Lists. The following passenger bookings to the Straits are taken from the London and China Express. It should bo understood that, in some instances, bookings may be provisional and that intending passengers may alter their arrangements subsequent to the issuance of this list

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Homeward Bound. Per P. and O. Nankin, sailing November 6. Mrs. Aldworth, two children, infant and nurse, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cuoknry, Mr. and Mrs. Fraser and infant. Mr. Norman Kongh, Mr. Stanley Smith. Per P. and O. Delta connecting at Colombo with Morea, sailing November 1. Mr. R.

Rubber Company Liquidation. [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Company Liquidation. At Bankruptcy- buildings, Carey-street, on September 24, the creditors and shareholders met under the compulsory liquidation of the Essequibo 1 lubber and Tobacco Estates i Ltd). Mr. H. M. Winearls, assistant receiver, presided. The chairman reported that the windingup order rvas made upon the petition of six

Emigration and Immigration. [ARTICLE]

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Emigration and Immigration. The total number of passengers that left the United Kingdom for places out of Europe in August was 75,961, as compared with 59,018 in August, 1911, and of the total 40,061 weie contracted to land in countries within the British Kinpire, against 28,727 in the corresponding month

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Messrs. Mansfield and Co., 4 'ie lrcal agents, have received information that the outward bound Holt liner Stontor is delayed at Port Said, owing to a mishap to her in ti rmediate shaft, which will delay her arrival in Singa pore, which abe will reach early next month.

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ADLER TYPE WRITER Visible writing, permanent alignment, marvellous, simple and solid construction, a first -class reliable typewriter at a LOW PRICE. sole agents BEHN, MEYER CO., LTD. ft Aix-la-Chapelle Springs /i KAISER-WATER If A Refreshing Dietetic Table Water. OBTAINABLE FROM: BEHN, MEYER CO., LTD., -^J Sole Agents. PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS AND

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H. L. GO6HLAN AMD COMPANY. Auctioneers, Valuers and Surveyors, NO. 8. RAFFLES PLACE VALUATIONS ot Real aad Personal Propeitj for sales, Mortgage and BsUte Dntj A CCTIOXS conducted of Land, House Property, Furniture and otber effects. BSTATB ?c A 2BS M AUC?iONS C Sd L r^ N RBNTS 28.10 0

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CAN YOU PLAY THIS THE UNIVERSAL CABINET PLAYER Which can be used with your own Piano enables you to Play anything, and when you are not using it, it fits into a Piano Stool and is the very newest idea in Piano Players. ROBINSON PIANO CO., LTD. fONLY WIKTORIN LIGHT

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Gasolene Light and Cycle Co., 4 6-1, BBACH ROAD (Next to Raffles Hotel). MOTOR REPAIRERB. MOTOR CARB ON HIRE BY DAY A NIGHT. Grease, Cylinder Oil and Motor Accessories of evory description in stock Sole Agents of MITCHELL Cars (or S. S. F.M.S. Telephone No. 484. 171

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INSURANCE. MEAT EASTERN LIFE ASSURANCE CO.. LIMITED. lead Office I Winchester House, SINGAPORE I Board Of DIMOtONI a A. Dbbbiob, Big., Chairman. 4. H Kaib, Esq., Managing Direotor. Pint Kowm, «8., 0.h., Chief Med. O2cer r. M, Biliot, Bag A. D. An« Bsq. T.w Noa» Pa«, Esq. O». Bh. Tn,

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BANKING. CHARTERED BANK OF INDIA. AUBTRAUA AMD CHINA. INCORPORATED BT ROYAL CHARTBR Paid op Capital ia 60,000 Share* ol 4»0 ewb 41,300,000 Reserve Fond 41,660,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors... 41,300,000 BANKBRS, Bank of England. The London Ci»j k Midland Bank, Ltd. National Bank ol Scotland, Ltd. BINGAPORH BRANCH. Current Acoounta

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BANKING. THE BANK OF TAIWAN, LIMITED. INCORPORATED BY BPECIAL IMPERIAL CHARTER. capital Subscribed V.1 0.000.000. Capital Paid Up 6.250.000. Reserve Funds 3.100,000. HEAD OFF ICE-TAIPBH, FORMOSA. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES. Auioy Bombay Canton Calcutta Foochow Hongkong Keelung Kobe Kagi London Moji Nagasaki Osaka Shanghai Swatow Taiohn Tainan Takow Tamsoi Tokio Yokohama,

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3ALEB BY AUCTION. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. auction sale: Of Valuable Town and Country Properties belonging to the Estate of Gaw Boon Chan (deceased). THK EAGLES," No. 80a, Killiney Road and 80 11 and 80 i\ Killiocy Road. SUN LIGHT HOUSE," No. 18, Syed Ali Road. "THE HO HO BISCUIT FACTORY Nos.

THE MOTORING WORLD. [ARTICLE]

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THE MOTORING WORLD. NOTES AND COMMENTS ON CURRENT TOPICS. he Question of Fuel. There has, writes a correspondent of the London Time?, been much perturbation in the motoring world of late over the rise in the price of petrol and it may be remarked that the rise in price is

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Wolseley Autocars. To tliexic wlio are hesitating botween tlio W'oloeley and the SOCALLBD cheap car, wo would rtmicd thtui that the FIRST COST is NOT ALL that is to be considered. The car which riu bodies the finest example* of engineering skill, in denial workmanHhip and material, is the car

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For Children's Hacking Coogh at Night. Woods' Oreat Peppermint Cute.

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Many motorists believe that special Tyres are made for the big International road races. No Special Continental tyres are made for those events, but notwithstanding this all important races this year have been won on Continental tyres. Almost every mail brings news of further victories. The number of important races

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Strongest and Cheapest $HARPE,ROSS^CO. LTD SINGAPORL The beat for CuWirta and Drain-". WANTS. STORE-KEEPER AND CLERK WANTED. W itted immediately. Storo keeper and Clerk lor a Rubber Estate in Kelantan. Fur nisli. ,1 .parters. Apply io person to Paterboo. Siuioos 'V Co., Ltd. ■22 10 n LADY S COMPANION WANTED.

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WANTS. TURNOUT WANTED. Wanted, Victoria, Hors? and Harneos, in good condition. Replies to A 8., e/o Strait? Times. 25 10 28 10 RAFFLES LIBRARY. Waut: d. a CMhm Clerk, at $30 par month Mm by annaal increments cf $5 to 845 per tnontl 1 Applicants should, if possible, have passed

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NOTICES. NOTICE. The vacancy for the management of the Malacca Rent Hcuse lias been filled. Applicants thanked. WBSTON WBSTON, Malacca 36 10 2810 OLD BEDFORDIANS. An Old Bedfordians dinner will be held en November 2, in Singapore. All those wro intend to be present are requested to notify Mr. A.

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NOTICES. NOTICE. We bog to inform tlin public tbat we are appointed Sole Ag< cts c.f thu K»n^o v Steam Kopo ManufactU' iug Co., for the Straits Settle nientsand F.M.S.cr from tbe 27th of August, 1918. Cur charges are very tuodtrate. For prices, pease apply to JOO GCAN CO., 2

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NOTICES. IMAM Klfli A CO. dlllP CHANDLBKb. totsraniii i«4 Municipal Csatraoton Telephone No. 421. 108 4 109. Market Street. S.S. "LEGAZPI. NOTICE TO CONSI6NEES. Consignees ol car^o by tbe above steamer ate Ik ii'hy notified that, in consequence ol a firo hav\Dg occurred in tbe bold, a General Average bond