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The Straits Times, 13 February 1933

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The Straits Times [ESTABLISHED SBAILT A CIHTOHT.J THE TARCESt 2ffiß MOST INFUJENTIAL ISEWSPAPER IN MAUAY2, 20 PAGES. SINGAPORE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1933 PRICE 10 CENTS. The Straits Times SO PAGES. SINGAPORE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1933. PRICE 10 CENTS.

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bingapore: ts, ckcil st. tphonk iwt/t Y^m < I I «.ll TaniKht 9.15. TELL ME TONIGHT. Phone 5261-2. wAVLMER, products I Outstanding among AYLMER Oanadian ■^^^> k .tgrf&JzJf^Producti are Aylmer Tomato Soup, Aylmer Tomato Ketchup and Aylmer Tomato Juice. TIV (1 1(11 ta r lowln(r fulli yet Once the fresh

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KUALA LUMPUR! 28. JAVA ST. ('PHONE 3683 V. THE ARMMORI BELT For Real Health and Beauty. The Armmori Belt is a slenderinji fashion belt /h\ ingeniously combining healthful support. It is the if P^s^. /^kNv ideal foundation garment r ever y conceivable IR occasion or figure need, whether for Dancing,

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I p*r i Ij 1 »<\ I i •.15 Tonight 9.15. TELL ME TONIGHT. I'honc 32G1-2.

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P. a, BRITISH INDIA AND APCAR LINES. (Inaornorated in England.) MAIL. PASSENGER AND CARGO SERVICES. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL ML CO. ONDER CONTRACT WITTI HIS MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT, LONDON AND FAR EAST MAIL SERVICE. OUTWARD r'fiOM LONDON FOR CHINA AND. JAPAN. Tonnage. Due Spore. 1935. XBANGALORI 8.000 Feb COMORIN 16.000 Feb. 17

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SHIPPING ANNOUNCEMENTS. (NIPPON YUSEN KAJSHA.) TO LONDON. Naples, Marseilles, London, Antwerp Rotterdam and Middlesbrough. Vessels. Tonnage. Due. Sail. 5 SUWA MARU 10,700 Feb. 23 24 FUSHIMI MARU 10,000 Mar. 9 10 HAKOZAKI MARU 10,400 Mar. 22 23 t TERUKUNI MARU 12,000 Apr. 4, 6 HAKt'SAN MARU 10,400 Apr. 19 20

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BURNS PfflLP LINE. (Incorporated in Australia.) FOR BRISBANE, SYDNET AND MELBOURNE via JAVA, DARWIN AND THURSDAY ISLAND. Regular monthly sailings by the wellknown steamer MARELLA (7,866 tons) and the s.s. MANGOLA (3,352 tons) (Cargo only). The s.s. MARELLA is one of the largest and finest steamers trading to Australia, cabins,

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THE EAST ASIATIC CO., LIMITED. (Incorporated in Denmark.) Telephone 5323. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE. TO GENOA. LONDON. ROTTERDAM, HAMBURG AND COPENHAGEN. From From From From Spore Malacca Port Penang Swett. BORIVGIA 14/2 14/2 15/2 17/2 FIONIA 7/S 7/3 8/3 10/3 ERRIA 28/3 28/3 29/3 81/3 LALANDIA 18/4 184 19/4 21/4

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SHII'PI \(i THE BLUB FUNNEL LINE (Ocean THE Hl'A KIIIOW STEAMSHIP CO. Steam Ship Co, Ltd., and China (1932). LTD. Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.) THE BARAWAR STEAMSHIP CO. LTD. THE STRAITS STEAMSHIP CO, LTD. THE CINARI) STKAMSHIP CO, LTD. THE CHINA NAVIGATION CO.. LTD. THE AUSTRALIAN ORIKNTAL LINE, Ltd.

Shipping News.

CHINA MERCHANTS BUILDING PLAN. [ARTICLE]

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CHINA MERCHANTS BUILDING PLAN. Expansion of Yangtze Hong Kong Services. The construction of nine steamers ranging from H,OOO tons to 500 tons, the chartering of three 3,000-ton sea-going vessels, and the standardisation of fn.ight rates are all included in the plans of the China Merchants' Steam Navigation Co., for the

TRAWLER TRAGEDY. [ARTICLE]

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TRAWLER TRAGEDY. How Boatswain Was Killed. London, Jan. 7. Gtsva fears are entertained for the safety of the crew of the Hull steam trawler Endon, which has sunk following a collison with an unknown vessel on the North Sea fishing grounds. The Endon was not (itte'l witli srirdasjl and the

SHIPPING ORDER. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING ORDER. Passenger And Cargo Vessel For Bombay Company. Harland and Wolff. Ltd., have received an order for a twin-screw passenger and i-arjro vessel for the Bombay Steam Navigation Company. Limited. The hull of the vens.pl will l>e constructed at th*> company.- dovaii shipyard and the machinery at their Belfast

HEALTH IN EASTERN PORTS. [ARTICLE]

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HEALTH IN EASTERN PORTS. Bulletin of the L. of N. Eastern Bureau. The Health Bulletin of the League of Nations' Eastern Bureau for the week ended Feb. 4, 1933 Beirut: I smallpox cases and no deaths. I Alexandria: 27 smallpox cases (induding 6 imported) and 70 deaths as against 192

THE MOTOR SHIP. [ARTICLE]

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THE MOTOR SHIP. Annual Book Of Reference Published. The Motor Ship Reference Book for 19.i.5 (Temple Press Ltd., ss. net) the ninth annual edition of this manual, has been revised and new material has been added to bring it completely up to date. Since it was originally written, the motor

A NARROW ESCAPE. [ARTICLE]

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A NARROW ESCAPE. Sailor Blown Into Sea By Explosion. The crew and passenger of the fishing smack Marthe Marie, of Pouliguen, Brittany, narrowly escaped drowning when their vessel suddenly burst into flames. Skipper Pain, with his crew of one, K- Pignet, and a passenger, was rounding Penchateau Head in the

THE ECHOMETER. [ARTICLE]

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THE ECHOMETER. Growing Use Of Sounding Device. Watts, Watts und Co.. Ltd.. have instructed the Mun'oni Sounding Device C. Ud.. to fit their entire fleet of wssels with the Echometer sounding devn-.'. The installation will enable the captains and officers of the vessels to keep themselves continuously, or at regular

REAL NOAH'S ARK. [ARTICLE]

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REAL NOAH'S ARK. A rial Noah's Ark is touring small ports of the Baltic and Scandinavia which art too small to establish their own soos. The ship, an old Finnish barque, has been renamed "Arche Noah." On itij decks and in its hold there is accommodation for 200 birds and

VESSELS ARRIVED. [ARTICLE]

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VESSELS ARRIVED. TOBELO, Dut.. 684 tons, from Djambi 13-2, for Djambi via Ports 15-2. HARUNA MARU, Jap., 853 tons, from Sabar.g 13-2. for Takao 16-2. HIA TONG, Brit, 109 tons, from Muar 13-2, for P. Dickson and Sepang 14-2. RORIBAT, Siam, 353 tons, from Tumpat 13-2. for Tumpat via Coast

SINGAPORE HARBOUR BOARD [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE HARBOUR BOARD Monday, February IS. Ship* alongside the Wkarves oi expected to Arrive. Entrance KEPPEL HARBOUR. Main Wharf Lch. "HjKcia." W. Bt. "Joan," The Cable. Oil Wharf Niew Zeclanr.. Coal Wharf Nil. VESSELS Hi DRY DOCKS. Tiblobk Paiar. Albert Dock Nil. Victoria Dock Soli. Krpp»l Harbour. King's Dock Cremer.

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§NORDDEUTSCH£R LLOYD. (Incorporated Ist o«nsu|.l The undermentioned srs th* company* intended fixture*: OUTWARD. NECKAR for Hon<r Kong. Shanghai, Japan and North China Fab. II I LAHN for Manils, Hong .Kong, Shanghai, Japan and North China F.b. It HOMEWARD. S KHUHUCM for M'.«illrv Havre, R'dam, H'burg Bremen Feb. IB SAARBRL'CKEN for

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DOLUlft gTEAMfInr LiKB tisiAMBUCANMAa LIMB TO EUROPE Panama Canal ▼v erica Canada I Sues BT PRESIDENT LINERS 24 to 53 days of real comfort Enjoyable Economy Swimming Bath— Excellent Calais*. Large cabin* with bed*. Hot and cold running water la erery stateroom. DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINES, IRC. LTD. (Incorporated In U.S.A.)

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ELLERMAN BUCKNALL STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. Incorporated in England.) KLLERMAN" LLN». Freight Service to UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENT. Via Port* and Son CaaaL OUTWARDS. TO HONG KONG. SHANGHAI A JAPAIt, Steamer I s.s. CITY OF KHIOS Due Feb. 21 Sails Feb. 2J HOMEWARDS. vs. CITY OF LYONS for Havre. London, R'dam

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TIDE TABLES. Monday. February 13. H. W. 12.39 a.m., 9 ft., 12.16 p.m, 10 ft. 2 in. Tveaday, February 14. H. W. 1.1 a.m., 9 ft. 2 in., 12.56 p.m. 10 ft. 1 in. Wednesday, February IS. H. W. 1.30 a.m., 9 ft. 2 in., 1 .38 p.m., 9 ft.

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SITUATIONS VACANT. When applying for any position advertised. la these columns send cople* o< testimonials. Da not send originals. WAMKU. an experienced Coart and Costl Clerk. Apply, .'tatint; salary required to 7C, Straits Times. WANTED. Counter Clerks »ith good experience in retail Provision Ti experienced men will net be considered.

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HOUSES. FLATS TO LET Nil :i.'>. Barker Road. :> bedroom 81, Witkle Road. Apply. 6. Milacca Street. HOUSE on Inatitatien Bill. Moderate rent United Engineers. 6 16, Angullia Park, Oil Extraction Factory, 92, Robinson Kd. Angullia Co. TO LET, furnished flat corner Amber Mansions. Apply Swastika, a, Orchard Koad. TO

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BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET TO LET, offlees No. 18, CoUyer Qaay, Apply S.n-e, Durby A Co., Ltd. OFFICES TO LET, 24-B. Battery Road, 2nd floor. Apply Guthrie Co., Ltd. OFFICE, Robinson Road, 8,700 sq. feet, tret class property. United Engineers. TO LET, No. 110, Robinson Road, suitable' for office A

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FOR SALE STOCK CLEARANCE OF ODEON RECORDS FURTHER REDUCTIONS MADE A few electric machines and loudspeakers are included in the clearance. G. H. SLOT Co., Ltd. und ROBINSON ROAD. MISCELLANEOUS You can have TUB SUNDAY TIKIS delivered to you every week for three months for 00. lilanagor, Sunday 'limes. YOUN(i

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PUBLIC NOTICE DREDGING ASSOCIATION SOUTHERN MALAYA. NOTICE of a Mectinc to be bald at the Smpire Hotel. Kuala Lumpur, at H 10 p.m. on Saturday, February 18. IMS, when B paper •ntitled "The Di«rinr Knd of v Huck.-t Dred(rL-" will be presented Ly Mr. J. S. Ahittaker. A discussion will

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BUSINESS CARDS. MASSAGE HALL MANICURE AND MASSAGE. Mr«. HARD and Miss HAN A. 60, WATKRI.OO SIRF.KT. Telephone 74f7. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Phone 3902. *-< Itnhinson Road, Singapore. LVtate Administration, Property Sales and Purchases, Mortgages, itcnts Collected. \aluation. Estimates and Reports prepared, lU novations arranged and supervised. Everything for the Garden

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES Singapore Within Oats!de without Malaya. Jtalaya. Postage. Monthly 8.00 f 4.00 f 2.60 Qoarterly t 8.50 fl2.0l) 7.60 Hal/ Yearly 117.00 124.00 fiBXO Teaxly.. W4.CO $48.00 fSO.OO ADVERTISEMENT RATES The charges and Instructions for CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS appear on the form at the bottom of thin page. Contra-t rates

HIDDEN FLAWS IN CLOTHS. [ARTICLE]

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HIDDEN FLAWS IN CLOTHS. Laboratory Tests. PROBLEM TACKLED BY WEST END STORE. Why do shirts burst? Why do whito cloihs' come back from the laundry yt I- low Why did yo'ir umbrella lucak out 1 in white s|Hi(s7 The problem of what happens to Mm ihinjrs you buy, once you

MR. C. FREDRICK. [ARTICLE]

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MR. C. FREDRICK. Funeral At Bidadari Cemetery. The funeral of Mr. C. Fredrick took lace at Bidadari Cemetery on Saturday. Than «as a large gathering of relatives and friends. Wreaths were sent by the following: His wife and children, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Row and family, the Wesley Sunday

LLOYD GEORGE IN DESPAIR. [ARTICLE]

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LLOYD GEORGE IN DESPAIR. "Dene With Leadership." LIBERALS "HAVE LOST THE BUS." Mr. Lloyd (ieorge att.iint-d his 70th birthday on Jan. 17 and marl he occasion by r\))ii"-sini; his mind slronglv. in an interview, regarding the position of Liberalism. Ho has followed this; in a second interview, with the intimation:

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HOTELS "raffles hotel MALAYA'S PREMIER HOTEL. TUf/5 EVENING TEA DANCE--6.30 to 8.15 p.m. INFORMAL DINNER DANCE 9.30 p.m. to midnight. TOMORROW SPECIAL DINNER DANCE AND CABARET HUGO JOSEPHINE 9.30 to midnight. RAFFLES CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA ADELPHI SEA VIEW HOTEL HOTEL lAVOURITE TOWN IDEAL SEASIDE RESORT RENDEZVOUS TENNIS GOLF SWIMMING QUIET LOCATION

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RAFFLES CAFE Excellent Meals a la Carte at Moderate Cost. BREAD daily delivery to all parts of the tow n. CAKES Cakes and Pastries, Sausage Rolls and Curry Puffs freshly made daily. Upcountry orders executed promptly. Chocolates, Sweets, Crackers and Fancy Goods. PHONE 5381. AT THE BOXING ARENA NEW WORLD

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GULL BAHAR HAIR OIL -rSJfii^v I from Q3w,\ thi besl GINCI I lL Wi*l m purity, an, i ■I ***kZ3 ll ilurMti.' tA v# aro niany and un- 11 i^^^sl !Wt et smellinu'. I f\ i U r >^'','| o 1 n g and af~W W^^'l MrenKthcninir. H f,\.f ll

LONDON'S NOISES IN DECIBELS. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON'S NOISES IN DECIBELS. Records Taken With New Instruments. The Kmbankment, within a hundred I yards <»:' the o.uiet of the Temple, has the loudest noise in Central London. When a iramcur passes at speed the noise is greater thar» that produced by a lion roaring at a distance of

RED CONSPIRACY. [ARTICLE]

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RED CONSPIRACY. Round-Up of 2,000 In Japan. Tokio, Jan. 18. Details are revea'ed today of th? lv.unu-up of 2,000 Radicals since the uiaeoven of v Communist plot aiming I is alleged, at the overthrow of the existing social order. A ban on publication of news of the authorities' activities had

BRITISH MUSEUM. [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH MUSEUM. Prehistoric Drawings And MS. .York Missal. Among the latest acquisitions by the trustees of the British Museum is a remarkable prehistoric drawing from Derbyshire. In Pin Hole Cave, Creswell Crajr*, Derbyshire, at a depth of three feet six inches in the Aurignacian and protoSplutre level, a piece of

TROTSKY INDICTS STALIN. [ARTICLE]

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TROTSKY INDICTS STALIN. Cause of Daughter's Suicide. Berlin, Jan. 18. Tiotsky has issued a statement attributing the suicide of his daughter Zinaida Volkow to the remorseless cruelty of Stalin. He declares that she was allowed to leave the U.S.S.K. at the end of 1930 at Trotsky's request based entirely on

A LONDON CHURCH. [ARTICLE]

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A LONDON CHURCH. Cinema May Take Its Place. A gaunt, lonely building in the Charing Cross Road, W.C., has the notice on i>s doors: "This church is officially closed." It is the church of St. Mary the Virgin. The notice will remain until the housebreakers arrive. And then the last

FEE DEMANDED. [ARTICLE]

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FEE DEMANDED. Divorce Inquiries at An Hotel. A fee of five guineas demanded at a London hotel when solicitors made inquiries preliminary to divorce proceedings, was commented on by Mr. Justice Bateson in the Divorce Court. I think it would be a good plan," said his Lordship, when this happens

AT CRIMEA AND GREAT WAR. [ARTICLE]

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AT CRIMEA AND GREAT WAR. Age of 11 in One and 69 In the Other. A litli.- dinner of the Founders of the Royal Automobile Club was held at the clut/s headqoarters in Pall Mall in London recently when there were ten pro- sent. Only ten of thp founders sui

BRIBE ALLEGATION. [ARTICLE]

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BRIBE ALLEGATION. I Elderly Government Servant Charged. State 1 t« have been for 27 years in tile (iovi-i ument service. Babu Singh, a proCCSI eiver ,:i the Civil District Court, was produced and charged befoie Mr. H. Forrar, the Criminal District Judge, tartar, with accepting a bribe of $3 I

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WE SPECIALIZE IN DEPENDABLE GUARANTEED ILWD-MADE FURNITURE FOR OFFICE AND HOME. WITH PftlDE WE W R i: F E It V O L TO GOVERNMENT ALSO PRIVATE WORK WE carried out 20 years ago -and over. AIX OF WHICH STILL GIVING PERFECT SLIIVICE. Williin tin- past 12 monlhs we have

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I v. IT DOES NOT PAY to experiment with so-called cheap lamps. They eat your precious current, and give very little in return. BUY PHILIPS LAMPS and get maximum light at minimum current consumption. SOLE IMPORTERS BORNEO SUMATRA TRADING CO., LTD., SINGAPORE. STOCKISTS ROBINSON CO., LTD. SINGAPORE KUALA LUMPUR. for

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AUIAMBRA The Independent Theatre with the Pick of the World's Pictures. THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING! t« :<■"!" Vnu'll hear that Mii<l doMl that! today and it's '•I'alniy Days" they're tnlkin^ ahout! Sm -vant lauphx you need them don't niifs EDDIE "Palmy CANTOR N Days'* UNITED ARTISTS' CYCLONIC SUCCESS! Next Change:

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Don't miss this Last chance of seeing The Picture Everybody's Talking About! [CAPITOLI Positively LAST NIGHT of The Gaumont British Musical Comedy Triumph "TELL ME TONIGHT" With JAN KIEPURA, You can it nd *K»in, SONNIE HALE, L.-ArSs'i^rr.^.iriLj edmund gwenn TOMORROW! Premiere for Malaya of BRITISH and DOMINIONS grandest Naval Spectacle

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TONIGHT. Next c The true tempestuous drama of a courageous wife, braving ppKj^^H scandal to salvage love, J, WOMEN LOVE |[HL"I ONCE PfjfgßlG Parainounl Picture *illi AAD^*^ Paul Lukas. Eleanor |1 R" JS Boarriman and Gooffrov X" lVt 1 GAUMONT BRITISH NEWS Ife Bl^? #*i SCENES OF THE BURNING «T»—

AROUND THE MARKETS. [ARTICLE]

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AROUND THE MARKETS. Rubber Down Over The Week-End. MARKET DULL AND NO BUSINESS. (By Our Financial Correspondent.) Singapore. Monday. Today's Prices:— Rubber. Stf cents ocr lb. Tin, Singapore price $76 per picul. Saturday's Prices: Rubber, London. 2 down l/32d. New York, 2 29/32 cts., down 1/32 ct. Market Tone: Yerv

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. Noon, Feb. 1".. R.S.S. equal to London Standard: Buyers. Sellers Spot (loose) (v'u 6 7 16 (F.0.C.) ..6 9 16 6 11 1G Standard R.S.S. on Tender: Buyers. Sellers Feb. ..6 7 16 6.. Mar. 61 o 6 9 16 Apr. .6 9 16 0"-;;

PRODUCE. [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE. Singapore, Feb.* 13. Gambier 5.00 (Cube) No. 1 unpicked) 10.00 Copra 4.00 mixed 4.45 Sago flour, Sarawak 1.97 1 White Pepper 19 1 Black Pepper IV Pearl Sago 4.00 small 3.90 medium 6.0< Rice Siam »4» 4 $160 to 222 Saigon $135 to 14? Rangoon $134 to 150 No.

LOCAL STOCK AND SHARE QUOTATIONS.

STOCKS AND SHARES.

MINING. [ARTICLE]

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MINING. Issue Val. Pd. Buyers. Sellers. 1 1 Penawat 0.45 0.47 5/- 5/- Pengkalen Ord. 8/3 9/1 1 Petalhu Tin 4.35 4.45 £1 £1 Puchong 7/- 7/9 £1 £1 Pungah 1 1 Puteh 11/- 11/9 nom. 1 1 Rali man Hyd. 0.471,4 0.52 V& £1 £1 Rarabutan 4/6 6/6 1

GENERAL. [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL. Issue Val. Pd. Buyers. Sellers. 1 1 Malacca Electric Ord. 0.90 1.00 1 1 Malacca Electric Pref. 1.80 1.90 10 10 Maynard Co. nom. 1 1 Malayan Breweries 0.70 0.80 50 50 McAlister 00. 63.00 68.00 cd. 10 5 Overseas Ass. Corp. 4.20 4.50 40 40 Oversea Ch. Bk.

DEBENTURES AND LOANS. [ARTICLE]

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DEBENTURES AND LOANS. Singapore Cold Storage 7 p.c. deb. of 1926 red. 1931-36 100 101 ci. Singapore Municipal 6 p.c. of 1901 red. 1940 $400,000 105 110 nom. Singapore Municipal 4Va P-c. of 1909 red. 1955 $1,000,000 104 105 nom. Singapore Municipal 4Vi P-c. of 1907 red. 1947 $1,600,000 104

EXCHANGE RATES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES. SELLING. Singapore, Feb. 13. London, 4 months' sight 2/3 7/8 London, 3 months' sight 2/3 27 32 ,ondon, 60 days' sight 2/3 13. 16 vondon, 30 days' sijjht 2 3 25/32 London, demand 2/3 8/4 London, T.T. 2, 3 23 32 Lyons and Paris, demand 1,000 Hamburg, demand

EXCHANGES. [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGES. Rugby, Feb. 10. Foreign exchanges are: Athens 597 "4 Amsterdam 8.54 Berlin 14.42 Belgrade 262 \U Bombay 16 5 32 Brussels 24.621 j Bucharest 580 Buenos Aires 41'/> official rate Athens 597 1 /■> Copenhagen 22 7/16 Geneva 17.76 Helsingfors 227 Hong Kong 1/3 1/4 Lisbon 110 Madrid 41*

MAILS EXPECTED. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS EXPECTED. From China and Japan, by Muroran Mam, die Singapore daylight on Wed nesday.

TELEGRAPH. [ARTICLE]

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TELEGRAPH. Telegraphs. Communication with Saiburi, Bangnara and Takbai is interrupt cd.

AIR MAIL. [ARTICLE]

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AIR MAIL. Air Mail from Batavia and Palemtary* by aeroplanv? is expects at Singapore at 1.30 p.m. tomorrow.

SHORTHAND. [ARTICLE]

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SHORTHAND. Practised in Days Of Cicero. Lord Meston, the new president of the Pitman Fellowship, speaking at a dinner in. London in celebration of the 120 th anniversary of the birth of Sir Isaac Pitman, said that shorthand was in no sense a modern •invention. It was practised by the

RUBBER SHARES. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER SHARES. Fraser and Co. and Lyall and Evatt's Quotations. Today's Price Fraser Lyall Evatt Co. K. Sidim ($1) Kundong ($1) Lunas ($1) M. Pindas ($1) M Tekong (Si) Mentakab (.20) New Scudai ($2) New Serendah ($2) Nyalas ($1) Pajam ($1) Parit P. ($1) Perak River <9l) Pun/j?or ($1) Kadella

SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE. [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE MAILS CLOSE. Tod.y. J 3*lat Pandjane. Bengkalii and Bigan Si Api Api (Hone Then*! .3 p.nj Benekßlis, Laboean Bilik Tanjong 4 Balei (Retehl ..8 P-iuJl Ceylon. Kitypt, o— am, bIMM, Great KritHin A Coiu'iihuvin ißoriiißia) 7 p.m Denmark (Parcel*) (Bortagta) fl p.m Tomorrow. Ceylon, Bonil'ay, Ktfypt, Cenoa, Bvropa a

MAILS FOR EUROPE. [ARTICLE]

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MAILS FOR EUROPE. By ndrapoi-rn 'onte Kosso I'orluu Bras \nisar-l-Himl I'oclau Kocl>iuh ftiinchi I. fit \rro. S'porp London Die. 2 Dec. 22 !>n-. II Jan. 4 Dec. ii» Jan. 2:i Jan. 6 Jan. 2H 'in. It Fob. 11 Jan. 20 Krh. 11

WANTED RUBBER! [ARTICLE]

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WANTED RUBBER! Two Pieces of Land In Dispute. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca, Feu. 11. Two pieces of rubber land situated at. Kuala Sungei Bahru and Kuala Linggi, part of the estate of the late Teh Chi, were in dispute at a special session of the Assizes before Mr. Justice

JAN. RUBBER RETURNS. [ARTICLE]

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JAN. RUBBER RETURNS. (The Inm in l>rarke:« denote the ou^ .iut of the c i i'»pc>i4ine period of lost year, i Malaka Pinda. :!t'.,400 Ih. Haki:p Elttti. J:i,s:>o Ib Titi KlfH*" Kst.t-. M.210 lb. Patiini I'.irM Plantation*. xx,7r>4 lb. South Malay Ruhhv 11, 800 !h. Hatu Mutant' Estate. 2 1.100

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ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE WEEK. Wednesday, February IS. Rotary Tiffin. Mr. Kdward Ford on "Canning k In HaUya," Aiiel|hi Hotel, 1 p.m. f P«rak Turf Cluh spring mtg., second day. f Friday. February 17. Annual mts;. of" S'porv Hoxinp Ann, Adelphi Hotel :!0 p.m. Singapore Musiial Boefcty'l "Hinwatha's We.iiiimr Ke»-t." Kn

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL NEWS.

LONDON TIN MARKET. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON TIN MARKET. Pressure to Sell Cea&esf. SMALL SPECULATIVE INTEREST. (PrM Our Own Correspondent.) Lou 1-in, Jan. IS. It is abundantly clear that the price is kept up only by the control and by the various pools operating radar thi form of financial umbrella. Should the lontrol l>e abandoned the

LONDON RUBBER & TIN. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON RUBBER TIN. (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, Feb. 11. RUBBER. (Quotations as supplied by Symington and Wilson.) Spot (Buyers) 2'». (Sellers) 2 3/16. Apr.-June 2%. Julj -Sept 2 3/16. Oct.-Det. 2*». Market tone Quiet. TIN. Spot £149 108. Three month* £149 12s. ad Market tone Dull. SILVER. Spot 16

MALAYA CON. TIN DREDGING CO. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA CON. TIN DREDGING CO. Gross Profit of $1,534. "VERY VALUABLE ASSETS." Tht- sixth annual jreneral meititiK ol the shareholders of Malaya Consolidated Tin DndgiMj to., Ltd., was held at the I registered offlcc of the company, Chartered Bank Chambers, Penanu, on Friday. Mr. J. J. Saunders. chairman, presided, and

THE DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS. [ARTICLE]

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THE DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS. Th.- following publi :'.<ions were issue<l or received by .the Depi-.rtnient of St.-.tistica, S.S. und F.M.S., durinjr the pe.-iod Jan. 21 te 27. U>3:i. and are avuilable lor public use in the Refcremo Librnry. Kullerton Building. Singapore. Application may be made by member* i»l th^ puh'ic

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BANKING^ NEDERLANDSCH, i INDISCHE fIANDELSBANK N. V. Established 1841 at AauUrdaaa. Aurhonsed CapMal Old*. 100,000,000 Paid up Cjipinl Gld«. B5.000J)00 Be#ervrs Glds. 2-1,190,324 BEAD OFFICE: AMSTERDAM. RKANCII OFFICES THF. HAGUE, ROTTERDAM. OVERSF.AS KRANt lIES. BHtavia: Head c.T.ce for Dutch last Indies. BRANCH OFFICES: DITCH FAST INDIKS: Ampenan, BanAenr f !icribnn,

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MALAYA RUBBER STATISTICS. MONTHLY BBTUBM OF DEALEBfI AND PORT STOCKS, STRAITS SKTTI.K.MKNTS. AT CtVOM Of HI SINKSS. JANUARY U, IMS, IN TONS. AS I.ECLARKI). A. DEALERS' STOCKS. DRY CBEPE. WET TOTAL. Total dry USS I' S.S. Batata Rcmill WKT Scrap DXV DRY rubber us Crepe Blanket Lump WKT t estimated

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BANKING. NZDERLANDSCHE HANDEL-MAATSCHAPPIJ, N. V. (NETHERLANDS TRADING SOCIETY.) Established in Amsterdam 1824. HEAD OFFICE AMSTERDAM WITH BRANCHES IN ROTTERDAM AND THE HAGUE, HEAD OFFICE FOR THE EAST: BATAVIA. Branches throughout the Putrh Kant Indies and in the Straits Settlements, India, China, Japan and Arabia. LONDON BANKERS I Tfce National Provincial

The Straits Times. SINGAPORE. MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1933. DO IT NOW ! [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times. SINGAPORE. MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1933 DO IT NOW There will probably bi readers of thi article who will ccnMckr that it is far ahead of the fair and that the questions whi.h it ntiHi might ml be deferred for several months. \V<; have every rea-.-on to believe,

SOCIAL & PERSONAL. [ARTICLE]

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SOCIAL PERSONAL. Mr. K. D. St. X Morten has l.'en ap pointed Assbtsal GovcnMnrt Bceratary Saraw?!,. Mr. D. V. Murphy has been appointe-; Superintendent of Prisons. Sarawak. Mr. K. LmmOm becom«< Regi^trat, Sivii-unc Ooort, and Official Assignee. Lieut.-Coi. f J. L Ditmas. D.5.0., M.C.. and Mrs. D-tmas arrived by the

COLLECTIVE FARMING IN RUSSIA. [ARTICLE]

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COLLECTIVE FARMING IN RUSSIA. What Happens to Peasant Proprietors. In Russia before the Sovietisation and consequent State ownership of property took place, the peasants ami small fanners either owned their properties out right or held them in fee from the landed proprietors. They sowed and reaped :r. thousands of small

NOTES OF THE DAT, [ARTICLE]

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NOTES OF THE DAT, STICKING TO HIS POINT. The following aw raeceaaivc entrie- iii the complaints :ind niSaTestioM book a< an X.M.S. rest house: "A most excWlriit lm-akf:i-l." (signed) A iV<'••Notcd." (aixasd) Distrki OOear. "A damn bad tea (sigaad) I i;u- Rotterdam. "A i -omineiit of the iilio\c (ieacliptM n

AMUSEMENTS-Singapore. [ARTICLE]

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AMUSEMENTS -Singapore. AI.HAMKKA. I'alin Cantor and < harlolle i... ■■•„■.>• MS. Phone CAPITOL. 1 .11 M.- Tonlyht with Jaa KipurM and Sunnic Hale, C.16 »J 5261-6-. (.KKAT WOK). II. Norms SI. Straafan Mai Klm. Cat Ladi« I ST\K TALK K. GRKAI WOELU <.i«ha.- Batoa'l I >v Thrill.-, 1....W. |-1,, i,.

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TROUBLE SPREADING IN DUTCH COLONIAL POSSESSIONS. [ARTICLE]

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TROUBLE SPREADING IN DUTCH COLONIAL POSSESSIONS. WEST INDIES RIOTS. Strong Guard at Helder Naval Base. QUEEN RETURNS. General Situation Serious. TruiihU- is now wpwtoi fr4»m the Dutch .si Indies, and there have ln-«-n many CSMmWm iM street fichtinc at Surinam. In. ,ili!..«i<ui in Holland itself is serious antl then is

AT SINGAPORE. [ARTICLE]

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AT SINGAPORE. Ratings From De Zeven Provincien. Marine police guarded the X.P.M. steamer Van Oiith<N<rn when she aachand in the inner roads of the Singapore Harbour this morning until she left for Itatavia at noon. Mn board wire four ollicers, 2fi European ;-nd «i; native ratings (if the battleship Dc

GERMAN NATIONALIST DETERMINATION. [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN NATIONALIST DETERMINATION. To Stay Come What May." Berlin, Feb. 12. We are determined to stay, come what may,'' declared the nationalist leader General Hugenberg at a mass meeting at j the Sports Palace this evening. Herr I'apen and Herr Seldte were also present. They stood under tho old Imperial

FAMOUS SCIENTIST. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FAMOUS SCIENTIST. Death of Sir Arthur Thomson. I/.mlon. Feb. 12. The death is announced of Sir John Arthur Thomson, the famous scientist, n his 72nd year.. Reuter. Profeseor Thomson, the man who popularised biological science, retired from the Chaii- of Natural History at Aberdeen I'nivi- sity in IMO, after holiling

LEAGUE TO ADOPT A STRONG ATTITUDE. [ARTICLE]

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LEAGUE TO ADOPT A STRONG ATTITUDE. Changed Bearing. HAVING ITS EFFECT ON TOKIO. Geneva, Feb. 11. The drafting sub-committee has agree to the text of the recommendations, which, after the Committee of Nineteen's ap- proval will be submitted with the rest of the report to the Assembly, probably on Feb.

FROM THE RANKS TO FIELD-MARSHAL. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FROM THE RANKS TO FIELD-MARSHAL. Sir William Robertson. SUDDEN DEATH IN LONDON. London, Feb. 12. Field-Mai thai Sir William Robertson, tiled suddenly in bed at his London home today, at the age of 73. Reuter. Novel lias the Napoleonic dictum that every soldier carries a field-marshal's baton in iiis knapsack

"NO CONCESSIONS: NO CANCELLATION." [ARTICLE]

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"NO CONCESSIONS: NO CANCELLATION." U.S. View of Debt Conference. New York. Feb. IJ. Efforts are in progress on behalf of Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. Hoover to makt it clear to Great Britain and other debtors that an adamant stand by the-.ii against trade and tariff concessions in return for debt

MOLLISON'S RECORD. [ARTICLE]

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MOLLISON'S RECORD. South Atlantic Flight Was Unexciting." Rugby, Feb. 10. By flying 4,410 miles from Lympne to Port Natal in Brazil in less than three and a half days Mr. J. A. Mollison has established a fresh record for the EuropeSouth America flight. He is the first man to fly

DISARMAMENT. [ARTICLE]

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DISARMAMENT. Sytnpathy Wifh British Appeal. Rugby, "eh, in. The appeal for urgent early discussions by the Disarmament Conference made at Geneva yesterday by ('apt. Anthony Eden, the British delegate, produced a sympathetic response from many delegates. ("apt. Eden emphasised that the programme of work submitted l>y th United Kingdom delegation

HARD STRUGGLE FOR RUNS. [ARTICLE]

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HARD STRUGGLE FOR RUNS. LATEST SCORE. ENGLAND 165 for three. Su te. JARDINE OUT. Only 52 Scored Before Lunch. First-Wicket Stand Of 114. 3 The first wicket pwtaanktp for KncUnd came to a.T end shurtly after (he resumption of the fourth Test thimorninn when Jardinc lost his wicket. His stand

BETTING AT 'THE TURF CLUB [ARTICLE]

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BETTING AT 'THE TURF CLUB Singapore Appeal. ARE THE CASH SWEEPS ILLEGAL TOO? Dot constitute a common betting place? of the vex< on Saturday, in the kppeal, eotnlg the Chief Justice I Sir Williai.i „ni I president) Mi Justice WhiUey ami Mr. Justice a B Terrell, of the appeal of

LOCAL WEDDING. [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL WEDDING. Mr. F. F. Stewart and Miss W. M. Stanley. The wedding took place at the Presbyterian Church on Saturday of Miss Winifred Muriel Stanley, daughter of .Mr. ami Mrs. H. K. Stanley. of Claremont, Australia, and Mr. Frank Fergu■on Stewart, of the P. and O. Bank, son of

OIL EXPLOSION. [ARTICLE]

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OIL EXPLOSION. Two Europeans Injured In Hong Kong. ■oag Kong, Feb. U Mr. EL J. K. Walker and Mr. 11. S. Poster were among those injured ai n-ult of an oil drum explosion at the Asiatic Petroleum Co. North Point installation, near here. It was followed by Rre .ii a

THE PAVILION. [ARTICLE]

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THE PAVILION. •Women l.ovc Once" is the title of the Paramount picture at the Pavilion. It > a domestic drama, and Paul Lukas has a rote to which his continental accent is nuited as an artist who i; befriended by rich woman and Roei to Paris to study with disastrous

MORE OUTBREAKS OF FIRE. [ARTICLE]

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MORE OUTBREAKS OF FIRE. Five Calls Over The Week-End. The epidemic pf outl.i c_'_- of lires in Singapore is stili continuing end over the week-end there wee iive calls for the Brigade, though one to Kallang Road, proved a' false alarn 1 The false alarm call and another to a

WORLD TOURISTS. [ARTICLE]

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WORLD TOURISTS. How They Set The Fashions For Bangkok These seasonal arrivals of world tourists give focul folk an inkling of what is happening in the large.- outside world' as regard* fashion <stat'< the Kantrkok Times, describing the visit, of the Knipress of Britain). Bare legs have seemingly gono out

TAKES ILL IN CINEMA. [ARTICLE]

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TAKES ILL IN CINEMA. An American passenger on the President Polk had an epileptic fit in th. circle of the Alhambta Theatre last nigh: and was removed in a semi-consciou.? condition to the General Hospital.

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The wedding of Mr. Alexander Skene and Miss Gladys Campbell will take place oil Saturday, Feb. IX, at St. Andrew's Piesbyterian Church, Ipoh. The bride will arrive by the Comorin.

OPEN VERDICT RETURNED. [ARTICLE]

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OPEN VERDICT RETURNED. Death of Mr. 'George Peet. An open verdict was returned by Mr. F. Bourne, the Singapore Coroner, this morning at the conclusion of the inquiry into the death of Mr. George Peet, an engineer at St. James' power station on the night of Jan. 22. In this

EURASIAN ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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EURASIAN ASSN. Credit Balance at End Of Year's, Activities. The report and accounts of the Eur.i-.-ia.i Association, Singapore, for the year 'ended June 30, ISW2, to be presented the annual general meeting to be held on Tuesday, Fib. 81, at the S.K.c. at :>...ti p.m. reads, inter alia, as follows:

MICROBES IN WAR. [ARTICLE]

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MICROBES IN WAR. League Committee Helpless. The special committee of the League of Nations, which baa been appointed to deal with the reduction and limitation >f armaments, reports that, while it would not b" possible to prevent preparations for the use of bacteria in warfare, the Permanent Disarmament Commission should

"TUBE" LINGUISTS. [ARTICLE]

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"TUBE" LINGUISTS. Foreign Language Course For Staff. London's Underground railway organisation is 100 per cent, proficient, except in one instance foreign language*. Mr. Frank Pick, the managing director of ill Inderground group, speaking at the Institute Transport recently on the free educational facilities for the underground slatt", suggested that a

RAILWAY STRIKE. [ARTICLE]

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RAILWAY STRIKE. Still No Prospect Of Settlement. Belfast. Pah. U. The railway strike remains at a deadlock with no immediate prospect of settlement. Another outrage occurred yesterday, a railway bridge at Donegal being blown up with gelignite. It was discovered just before a train was due. Civic guards are investigating

LONDON LANDMARK. [ARTICLE]

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LONDON LANDMARK. Imperial Communications Co. Building. As already announced, the linjMirial aiid Communications Co. has decided to occupy hhe new £250,000 building en the Thames Enibankmruk The building is one of igjndon's landmarks and has been for sale eveV- since it was finished n year ago, when the company decided

MERCHANT MARINE WORLD TOUR. [ARTICLE]

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MERCHANT MARINE WORLD TOUR. The California State. NAUTICAL SCHOOL AT SINGAPORE. Alongside the East RTharf i> the lirsi American (mercantile marine training slr.p to make a WOI II I i vise. lliiv is the California State (operated by the California Nautical School, the jroungesl institution ot its kind in the

PROFESSOR WANTED. [ARTICLE]

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PROFESSOR WANTED. Extensive Bank Frauds In Berlin. Hi rite, -lan. 21. Frederic N'ormano, professor of political economy at the Institute of Kionomic.-; attached to Harvard University, li.i- bean identified as a man who for veai> past had l>een sought by the Berlin police for extensive hank fn. uds. the kMMS

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CHINESE LOSE TO R.A.F. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE LOSE TO R.A.F. Interesting Match At Seletar. R. \.F. ChiacM 1. 1 Due to the absence of several regular players owing to injuriei sustained in their match aRainst the Malays, the (hi mm wen unable to ti" 'l their -t team againM the K.A.K. in a at Setetar on

CRICKET BEGINS. Unexpected Results In Singapore Football.—Cricket Starts. [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET BEGINS. Unexpected Results In Singapore Football. Cricket Starts. Indian Association s Practice Match. The Indian Association opened their aeon yesterday with a practice >: me which ended in draw. Stores: Mr. IMtaskkojr'l Xl.— ht Innings: AMmsbhfl i Paraajoti l> Kennedy 5; Mistii i> Bhaskaran Amarchand i< Kennedy l n

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The Y.M.CJL, playing or. their own id, beat Tan Kah Kee's eleven at «.ii Satui-daj afternoon.

PERAK SPRING MEETING. [ARTICLE]

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PERAK SPRING MEETING. Favourites Fail. AIR DEFENCE EQUALS A COURSE RECORD. (From Our Own Correspondent.) lyofc, Feb. 11. In spite of the fact that favouritegenerally failed to justify the confidence shown in them, the opening day of the Perak Turf Club Spring meeting today provided some excellent sport. Many of

MALAYS OUTPLAYED BY WILTSHIRES. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYS OUTPLAYED BY WILTSHIRES. Weakened Teams. PUZZLING FORM BY LEADING CLUBS. Wiltshire* i Malays I. What a puzzle football form is The Malays beat the Wiltshire*, the Wiltshires beat the R.A.F.. the Chinese defeat the Malays, then the It.A.F. beat the, Chinese, and now the Wiltshires rout the Malays. Where

CEYLON S.C. [ARTICLE]

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CEYLON S.C. Members Subscriptions In Arrears. Arrears of subscriptions amounting: to I $1,177 dating; back from IM9-1980 wore disclosed at the annual meeting of the Ceylon Sports Club, which was held at I Balestier Road ion Saturday afternoon. Mr. S. Muthucumaru, the president, «M in the chair, and there were

ARSENAL DROP A POINT. [ARTICLE]

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ARSENAL DROP A POINT. And Villa Win. TOTTENHAM'S FINE AWAY; VICTORY. London. Feb. 11. The following were the results of matches played in the English and Scottish leagues today Kirxt Division. Arsenal 1 Blackpool I Binninghajn Leeds Utd. 1 Ciiflsia (I AstOH Villa 1 Hoddersneld T. I Newcastle I'ul. 0

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LEAGUE TABLES. [ARTICLE]

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LEAGUE TABLES. Interesting Struggles For Leaderships. The- following are the present positions «t tiie teams in the English and Scottish '-Hi ues PM Divisinn. Stockport Co n M U II ftrcrinfton St. 2n 1» 7 r.i v. :i Baxnsle) 13 II I U 66 SI WaUall U 11 I M

PETERSEN vs. HARVEY [ARTICLE]

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PETERSEN vs. HARVEY To Meet in West End Theatre. (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, Feb. 12. Arrangements are being completed for a *Kht between Jack Petersen (heavyweight champion) and Len Harvey i 'middleweight champion), to be -staffed ;n; n a West Bad theatre.

JOHORE POLO. [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE POLO. There was a large gatherinp: at tluRoyal Johorp Polo Olub yesterday nftcr|Don, wlicn Tlioir Miphnessus the Sultan and Sultanah wma present for the fn-st linip since their return from Indo-Cliinn. Piok-up eainos wore played.

SPORTING FIXTURES. [ARTICLE]

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SPORTING FIXTURES. Today. February 13. Golf: Keppel G.C. Women's Spoon (bogey) competition Tennis: S.C'.C. tournamont. Tu.-daj. Frbrnary II Football: S. <'.('. six-:t-.<lcie enn, net it ton begins. Wednesday, February li. I'iiak Turf Club spring mtK« second day. .S.C'.C. six-a-niiif compctiiion. Thursday. February' IS. Kootball: B.C.C. *iN-a >.'ir competition scnii-tinals. Friday,

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YOUR NEXT LEAVE I from every moment I Love Kfte nil K«>oil tliinns accun .ill too aekknnl) ;in«J ends all too soon. With a car at your disposal hi hi vcr yon can extract enjoyment from every moment of ynur H Inrlonxh. May we sn^xi'st that before going on leave.

Sporting News. [ARTICLE]

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Sporting News. CHINESE WATER POLO SUCCESSES. Wiltshire Regiment Teams Outplayed. In view of the forthcoming wator polo in h "n Sunday between the Kuropeans and UM Chinese at the S.S.C., Chinese supporter* were very heartened to see tin ir Chili Boenro such clear-cut victories over th;- Wiltshire Regiment when th>

WEI-HAI-WEI CUP. [ARTICLE]

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WEI-HAI-WEI CUP. Island Club Beaten By Keppel. Koppol Golf Club beat the Island Club !n the Wei-hai-wei Cup competition on the Island course on Sunday by 4 to 1. Mit as follows, Keppel players mentioned lirsL: Dr. Lowson 1. Bateman 0. (rving .!<>nes 0, Dr. Lim 1. E. Jackson 1.

SCHOOL BEATEN. [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOL BEATEN. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Klang. Feb. 12. \njrl.« Chinese School, Klang yen' boatM at cricket by the Selangoi CoMl i !nl>. Bf ">- runs on their own ground yesterday. .■a. of the Club, ("cored 47 noi out in contributing to his side's total o! ViO, R. Sabapethy taking

CHINESE LEAGUE. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE LEAGUE. Bendemeer Lose To Aston Athletic. Aston kJC 3; Bendemeer A.C. 1. Notwitnstanding poor finishing by both sides, the Aston Athletic Club were extended at all to beat the Beridem«er Athletic Club by 3—l3 1 in the second round of a Chinese League football match ut the Jalan Besar

IRELAND BEATEN. [ARTICLE]

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IRELAND BEATEN. England's International Rugby Success. London, Fe!>. 11. In fine anJ su.iny weather at Twickenham today 60,000 i>ecp!e, including H.R H. the Duke of Yo:k. saw England beat Ireland in the international rugby tou-na-ment by 17 points to fi point". Ireland scored first when Murray lande I a penalty

WATERLOO CUP. [ARTICLE]

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WATERLOO CUP. Won by Mr. Shaw's Genial Nobleman." Altcar, Feb. 10. The Waterloo Cup was won by Mr Shaw's dog Genial Nobleman, nominated by the reachorse trainer Mr. Jack Jarvis. In the final Genial Nobleman easily beat Lord Sefton's Sold Afain. Last year's winner Ben Tinto, one of the favourites

HOME RUGBY. [ARTICLE]

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HOME RUGBY. Devonport Services' Big Win. London, Feb. 11. The following were the results of lead•ntc rugby matches played today: Devon port Servs. Gloucester Leicester ivi-ipool )1«1 Leysians Rosslyn Park Swansea 28 I T 0 I U.S. (Pmouth) Cardiff Newport Manoh«6tcr Rlackheath Cambridge In. Bristol X U 10 111 ■jo

S.C.C. TENNIS. [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. TENNIS. Mixed Doubles Tournament Results. The results of Saturday's ties in th" >.<'.< mixed doubles tennis tournament wn»- as follows: \V. C. Hill and Miss Criflith-Jn.-ies beot Lieut. N. C. Phillips and Miss M. Eley, B—6, 6—2. E. A. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor beat Roy Smith and Mrs. Le^jratt,

BOLD CHURCH MOVE' IN UNITED STATES. [ARTICLE]

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BOLD CHURCH MOVE' IN UNITED STATES. "Tell People About Birth Control." Proposals for radical depariu'.xs from the established social creed were presented to the Federal Council of Churches of Christ recently at Indianapolis by a committee of eminent churchmen which has been studying the probkm for several years. The council

GROW APPLES. Whole of Britain's Needs CouJd Be Served. [ARTICLE]

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GROW APPLES. Whole of Britain's Needs CouJd Be Served. The Ministry of Agriculture, in a statement rec?ntly issued urge British farmers to grow more apples. It is not beyon'l possibility, the Ministry stat. 1 M i result of recent developments in cold storage, that this country could supply its entire

SALE OF SHAW MSS. [ARTICLE]

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SALE OF SHAW MSS. 54-Page Letter Fetches £480 in New York. New York, Jan. 17. A collection of 204 Shavian items which Professor Archibald Henderson offered for auction on Shaw's advice to "dispose of the things now because of the nigh interest in tnings Shavian," brought a total of 7,887

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NERVE! An Elephant's Rights To The Road. [LETTER]

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NERVE An Elephant's Rights To The Road. To the Editor of the Straits Times. Sir, A few days ago a friend of nun.returning to his home, travelling at night by motor-car along a lonely road in I Pahang, had a meeting with v solitary i bull elephant which must have

A NOISE ANNOYS. [LETTER]

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A NOISE ANNOYS. To the Editor of the Straits Times. 'Sir, Jf my memory is correct, a jreat deal of discussion took place at a Municipal Csmmiss I oners' meeting several years «m> when t}\c Hum.- Pipe Company wa- < fit si granted the site at the 6th milestone. I

BENGALI SENTENCED. [ARTICLE]

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BENGALI SENTENCED. Shoplifting In Change Alley. Sentence of two months rigorous imprisonment was imposed on Roshmdin, a Bengali, by Mr. H. A. Forrer, the '"riminal Qistrict Judge, on Saturday, when' accused pleaded guilty to a charge of theft. A detective police constable, while hi Change Alley, noticed the accused "lifting"

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The Hon. the Undang of Retnbau, who has been in poor health for the last six months, i.s again leaving for Sumatra about the middle of this month on medical advice.

S.V.C. ORDERS. [ARTICLE]

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S.V.C. ORDERS. Programme of Drills up to and for week ending Feb. 19: Monday, Feb. 13, 5.15 p.m.. Headquarters, Fortress' •'».•>■., Malay Se:tion Enrolment; 5.15 p.m., Htadquarters, "A" Coy. Recruits, Elementary Gun Drill; 5.16 p.m., Headquarters, "B" Coy., Ceremonial; 5.15 p.m., S?inngoon Road, S V.F.A. N.C.Os., N.COs. Couvc. Tutsday, Feb.

SLUMP PRICES. [ARTICLE]

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SLUMP PRICES. (me of the pleasant habits which has fallen off considerably in Singapore as j. result of the slump is that of dining out. It is still a more expensive business than many people can afford in these difficult times, but a very welcome move la l>eing made by

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A Chinese woman was re?<tued from t in- en Ixshind Joo Chiat Police Station lust rafcht, and was taken to the General Hospital.

BANGKOK BAR. [ARTICLE]

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BANGKOK BAR. I Loan of Tcs. 6,000,000 For Deepening (From Our Own Correspondent.) Bangkok, Fab. IS. It is staled that the Coveniment is considering floating an internal loan of Tcj«. 6.000,000, Mi per cent, at par. to be used principally for deepening the bar in the river. The loan is

CHILD ROBBED. [ARTICLE]

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CHILD ROBBED. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca, Keb. 11. A Chinese was fined $15 or, in default, ten days rigorous imprisonment bg Mi. 1. C Derrick in the Police Court inlay for tilt- theft of a gold bangle. According; to the evidence, the accused snatched the article from a ehil.l

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The death of Mr. W:ik Kiw is announced at the am- ut 81.

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WHITEAWAYS WONDERFUL 1 BASIC VALUES. WHITEAWAYS NfcWjfc^ VALUES T1 MUSH HATH SHEETS. \n lin(;ii>li made ttTons Tnrkish I'owelKniC bat h sheet, si/^ 4(1 72" in m ite and fawn stripai with red lines, hemmed border. BASIC VALUE -1.95 Each. one or Whife Huckaback Towel* with Coloured I><> (kr of Blue,

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,yl|^ TLUKISII BATH TOW£LS. kI quality towel soft and absorbent and will Ik- fotiifd haid v'.xai'injr. in Broun and VVhittdetigrt. size 2j x 32 idbhes. BASIC VALUE 85 Cents Each. ONE OF BASK VALUCS -up Fine Quality White Huckaback Towel*. Hemmed borders. Su< 23 40 inckc*BASIC VALUE 55 Cents Each.

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I ALL BRITISH 1 ASPRO* 1 Will Hunt Influenza I I Out of Malaga J V Report* to hand indicate the prevalent >f developmenta take place. "Asi'RO" will V Influenza in Malaya. Although not in efride- hunt <nit the "Flu' in 24 boon. Take at mic form. 'Flu" can quickly

WANTS PROSECUTION. [ARTICLE]

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WANTS PROSECUTION. j Man's Effort to Clear His Character. man formerly employed as a sorter at I adiiington Post Office, asked the Bowstreet Magistrate if there was any process by which the Postmaster-General coulc 1 "mpellcd to institute criminal proceed- ings against him. He allege! that he had been wrongly

MERCHANT'S SUICIDE [ARTICLE]

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MERCHANT'S SUICIDE £60,000 Lost at Monte Carlo. A timber merchant's £80,000 losses m gambling at Monte Carlo were mentioned at a Paddington inquest on Arthur Henry Whittinghani. need 51, who was found dead in a gas-filled room at an hotel ;;i; ;i Lancaster Gate, W. Mrs. Wilhelmina Whittinghani told fhe

TAX PROTEST [ARTICLE]

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TAX PROTEST Shops Throughout France To Be Closed. r i.i. I.i 1 Aozc '-'.-jr.: a pro'fst agaißfct the Government's taxai n proposals. Thi decision has Wt :i taken i.y -.(Xi chairnu n el trade and in-■•'i-'rial federations. Employees will be

ELECTED PRESIDENT. [ARTICLE]

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ELECTED PRESIDENT. Mr. de Valera and The "Irish Republic." Dublin, Feb. 8. Mi. ilt- Valera was elected President today by 82 votes to 64 when the Dail opened. Women predominated in the crowded public galleries and cheered tho it mark made by Mr. Scan Moylan, 1)"puty for Cork, that it

PERU REVOLT. [ARTICLE]

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PERU REVOLT. Followers of Former President. Santiago de Chile, Feb. IS. An insurrection, in whi.h the navy ani perl of the army are said to be taking the leal i.s reported to have broken out in Peru. It is centred on Arica and is led by Colonel Oorio Jimenez. Thoso

ADMIRAL CAMPBELL. [ARTICLE]

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ADMIRAL CAMPBELL. Commanded Cruiser Force At Heligoland. London, Feb. I The death is announced of Admiral Sir Henry Campbell. —Renter. Admiral Campbell was US yeai>/ut age and retired in 11)17 after a distinguished War record. He commanded the cruiser force during the Heligoland action of 1914, for his work in

ARGENTINE MISSION. [ARTICLE]

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ARGENTINE MISSION. Still Regarded As Land Of Promise. Hutfliy, Feb. 10. The members of the Argentine Mission today made a tour of the Port of London, luising in a motor launch through some of the main docks and up the Thames. They were entertained to lunchean at the Mansion House

STOCK EXCHANGE. [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE. Business Small Market Irregular. London, Feb. 10. On the Stock Exchange today business in most departments was small with markets rather irregular. British gilt-edged securities, however, after a long period of quietude, finished better on the announcrnunt that a further large gold purchaseby the Bank of England amounting

FOR MALAYA. [ARTICLE]

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FOR MALAYA. Soviet Ethnographic Expedition. Moscow, Jan. 28. An ethnographic expedition to th? Philippines, Malaya. Netherlands India and the shores of the African continent is being organised by the Museum o.' Anthropology of the U.S.S.R. lAcademy of Sciences. The expedition will bo absent from the U.S.S.K. for about twr years.

GIANT MONOPLANE. [ARTICLE]

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GIANT MONOPLANE. Ric de Janeiro Fst 10. The s—n* French rr.or.oplane Arc en Ciel arrived here from Buenos Ayres en tin- return flight to France. She halted at Port Natal before beginning her flight across the South Atlantic— Rcutcr WireI

GERMAN DISASTER. Hundred Dead and 1,000 Injured. [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN DISASTER. Hundred Dead and 1,000 Injured. New 18. Tha death roll -ill tfat fpwOßMter ploaiea i.s nu,v Mtimated u> U' a c least a hundred. About .'..MO wen injured. Cologne, Feb. 11. It is believed T bti .Wuenkii ilivn disaster MM >mi' to the exploeion petrol tank igniting a

GIANT LINER. [ARTICLE]

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GIANT LINER. Hopes That Work Will He Resumed. (From Our Own Correspondent.) I>ond<'i. IV>. 11. ■■mil excii?iiii-nt hai bf.-.i caused on the Clydeside by the publication of a newspaper report tliat work 00 lha uiaiit Cunarder, No. 884, is to bo il< finitely resumed next month. It was recently announ

SIR DANIEL MORRIS. [ARTICLE]

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SIR DANIEL MORRIS. Death Of Commissioner For Agriculture. The dtj'.h hj .--i! Dam--! Moms, aged c 4. to* >al Cobbmissitmer for AtrrieuUure in the Weat Indies, who derotl d hi? life to fiirMierimr botanical and Hjtriouliural developments in the Colonial Empire. Britten Wiw-

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A MORE THAN 60© f MOTOR MMUEMHIBERS Saq~ V^BLHHnIHHa^ILVfIH^LHLV^ 7 i eiajji24nalav^v&K£^T299!^^^^^ I H aTi nuj^^^ei 1 ,v\ Aaa^^flß §e\ (VSlOW9A_^miT|i ll \m/ I MPfi mm.fr/ Ai wr^MtwJt^' BWr^rtiffj-IIUIJ 'IB' "\>4l I 94ml 'T^V > v. \v\ 1 aEtfflneLAV^ SOCONY-VACUUM CORPORATION. (Incorporated fn V SI.NC.AI'ORK IKVANt. IK imv*^n& N AIR

COAL OIL. [ARTICLE]

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COAL OIL. Success of New British Fuel. Rugby, Feb. 10. twelve months' cootract for the oil xtractod from British coal has been ilacd by the Admiralty with a British inn. The oil is secured by low temperance ari nnisation. Small coal is backed n letorta yielding oil, smokeless fuel an-1

EX-KING'S SON. [ARTICLE]

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EX-KING'S SON. Not Renouncing His Claim To Throne. Paris. Keb. I. A (kmeati is tjiven by the suite of the Prince of Asturias to the Madrid report that tne Prince desires to renoanCO hiright to the Throne and many a com monpr. The Prince has just returned from a cure

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The annual meeting of the I/.itus Club will l>- hdi at the Y.W.C.V. Rafllei Quay, on attar lay al 1.80 p.m.

INDIAN REFORMS. [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN REFORMS. Debate in House Of Lords. London. Feb. H. Immediate steps for tK- future in Indian constitutional reform were debated in the House of Lords following a motion Inquiring as to the precise procedure. Lord Irwin, for the Government, said the joint select committee which Parliament would be invited

ST. GEORGE'S DAY. [ARTICLE]

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ST. GEORGE'S DAY. Pyjamas Dance Suggested In Kuala Lumpur. (I'lom Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Feb. 11. A beach pyjamas dance and a cabaret show were among the suggestions for cejebrating the day of England's patron j aint which were put forward at the annual meeting of the Selangor branch

SCHOOL'S DISTINCTION [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOL'S DISTINCTION Highest Percentage Of Cambridge Passes. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Siremban, Feb. 11. Speech Day, usually a red letter day at Kinjr George V school here, was marked by customary enthusiasm last .night. His Highness the Yam Tu.-.n, who was to have pivsentcd the prizes was unavoidably absent owing

N. A. ANDREEV. [ARTICLE]

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N. A. ANDREEV. Death Of A Russian Sculptor. Moscow, K. A. Antlreev, a prominent Soviet sculptor and chairman of the Moscow Union of Soviet Sculptors, has died herj K. A. Andrew was an artist of out- standing merit. His talented sculpture •n well known. He is the sculptor of 1

U.S. MERCANTI LE MARINE CADETS IN SINGAPORE. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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U.S. MERCANTI LE MARINE CADETS IN SINGAPORE. 1 iota or.) Urn I.S. .Mercantile marine t raining ship California State in Singapore Cadet* watching a baseball g am? agaiiut a local team.

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STRONG DEFINITE IN THE CHARACTER OF THEIR APPEAL. YET SMOOTH AND MELLOW IN THE SATISFACTION THEY GIVE vV^jbt -or J-' yMp' 1 JOHN. r?LAY.EF^ SONS. ENGLAND:

THE BRIGHTER SIDE OF LIFE IN BRITAIN. [ARTICLE]

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THE BRIGHTER SIDE OF LIFE IN BRITAIN. Simpson's Fish Ordinary— But No Fizz This Time A London-Brighton Interlude Is America Civilised I Am A Fugitive Says "No "—What Would You Do With A Million And What They Did A Brilliant Actress In A Poor Play— Mary Ellis In Double Harness

LOST CIVILISATION. [ARTICLE]

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LOST CIVILISATION. Inhabitants Of Irak 6,000 Years Ago. An expedition under the auspices of the British Museum has left London in an effort to trace a lost civilisation which is believed to have existed for some hundreds of years ia Northern Irak over 0,000 years ago. The expedition will be

RUBBER LATEX AND MANUFACTURE. [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LATEX AND MANUFACTURE. lishment of a fire-testing station for the building industry. In view of the^ interest of the rubber industry in rubber flooring and other possible applications of rubber in building construction, arrangements were made for Dr. Stevens, the Association's consulting chemist, to attend the conference. A representative

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Today's Crossword Puzzle TTTfTfinTTTTf"' wrmi w wT |J^ %%i '5 s^p* M i&i MX '7 it <9 p*> I _^1_ M m. (CLUES.) 21. Guide l Native or Biaa j6j 6 Formed by a loom !1 27. Free.l from water IS < "ins :!<1 Numll<l S S,, 34. Piacneal S7.

£30,000 Fire. SURREY MANSION GUTTED. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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£30,000 Fire. SURREY MANSION GUTTED. THE WRECKED ENTRANCE to the n «n«:on bo [Ye the fire was extinguished. (I'lanet NcWa\>) SVI.VAf.KI> HOUSEHOLD BFPFCTB m th<- la«n in front of the linriiiiii; inansiiin. (I'lanet News.) 'ATTAIN WOOI.F BARN ATOS SIKREY HOME IN FLAMES: A serious lire broke out at Arden Run.

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JACK JOHNSON: The Heaxy weight Champion of ISM, has just made a visit lo I'aris aftc an akinwt of twenty years. "Jack" was arcompanied h\ his while »ile. (I'lanet New-. I

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I'AY I>A^ Seamen in the British Naxy are paid evc>-y two weeks, whether in or out of port. The pay is always received from the paymaster on the top of the seamen's hats. (Planet News.)

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I>R. COSMO LANG, the Archbishop of Canterbury, who opened the Convocation of the Lower House of Canterbury on Jan. 18. (Planet News.)

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LOSING THEIR SKIRTS! Kronomv is the ofiVial reason given fr<- the conversion of the famous Evzone Batta'lnn into a Republican <.uard. This: change precludes the weaving of the Evzone Skirts the pride of every Kvzoniti-. (I'lanel News.)

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THE OCEAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CORPORATION, LTD, (Incorporated to Greit Britain) H««d Office for MaUrai SINGAPORE.