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The Straits Times, 5 July 1936

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THE SUNDAY TIMES THE LEADING SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN MALAY Jl FINAL EDITION No. 237 Sunday, July 5, 1936 Price 10 cents. THE SUNDAY TIMES The Leading Sunday Newspaper In Malaya. No. 237 Sunday, July 5, 1936 Price 10 cents.

CLUBS PREPARE TO CHALLENGE "BLACK ORDINANCE" [ARTICLE]

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CLUBS PREPARE TO CHALLENGE "BLACK ORDINANCE" Rule Which Reaches Even Smallest Association- PETITION TO GOVERNMENT? Severe Penalties For Non- Payment Of 3 Per Cent. Tax CINGAPORB CLUBS WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY CHALLENGE THE GOVERNMENTS BOMSHELL DECISION TO DEPRIVE THEM OF THREE PER CENT. OF THEIR PROFITS. The Sunday limes understands that

FEELING "BUCKED" [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FEELING "BUCKED" A competitor in the rough -riding event at the Sydney Royal Show.

POLICE TEST NEW LIFEBELTS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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POLICE TEST NEW LIFEBELTS WITH the temperature steadily rising to establish, ngfc heat-wave- records, Port of London. Authority police, wearing full uniform, Including greatcoats, sweltered in the sun Before Jumping into the West India Docks. They were carrying out the official tests of new lifebelts and. life,saving apparatus for use

MISSING FOOTBALLERS MYSTERY [ARTICLE]

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MISSING FOOTBALLERS MYSTERY MOTOR-CAR SMASH THE SOLUTION WHILE the spectators lining the Anson Road Stadium yesterday, wondered what was delaying the start of the 11. M.5. Malaya Cup match between Negri Sembilan and Singapore, the captain of the visiting team, D. T. P. Crawford, also a well-known rugger player, was

MR. H. W. REED DIES OF MALARIA [ARTICLE]

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MR. H. W. REED DIES OF MALARIA (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Saturday. THE death occurred in Taiping Hos- pital of Mr. H. W. Reed, a prison warder, from malaria. The funeral was yesterday. The Rev. HamlltonAikln took the service and those present included the whole of the prison staff.

KING ANANDA TO VISIT SIAM [ARTICLE]

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KING ANANDA TO VISIT SIAM (From Our Own Correspondent.) Bangkok, Saturday. It is announced that King Ananada with his mother, brother and sister will pay a brief visit to Slam arriving in November, when the climate is coolest, returning to Europe before the oncoming hot season to continue his educational

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80 Passengers Rescued.— The motor vessel Carrick Lass of Girvan, Ayrshire, went ashore half a mile north of Girvan Harbour. 80 passengers were landed safely by the fishing fleet and lifeboat.

NOW SOUTH OF PEIPING JAPANESE FLAG AT FENGTAI [ARTICLE]

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NOW SOUTH OF PEIPING JAPANESE FLAG AT FENGTAI Tientsin, Saturday. TTHE Japanese military are now in complete control of the strategic railway station at Fengtai, south of Peiping. Over the station now flies a Japanese flag. The Japanese headquarters today announced that Japanese troops were temporarily taking over tthe garrison

MANY AMERICANS COMING TO FAR EAST [ARTICLE]

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MANY AMERICANS COMING TO FAR EAST San Francisco. Virtually all steamship lines arc reporting the heaviest passenger traffic to the Orient in their history. The N.V.K. ss. Taiyo Maru sailed recently with 341 first and second-class passengers, the largest list ever *o leave any port of the Pacific Coast.

£100,000 FOR NEWCASTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL [ARTICLE]

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£100,000 FOR NEWCASTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL London, Saturday. Sir Arthur Sutherland, the shipowner, who yesterday received the freedom of Newcastle-on-Tyne, his native city, has made public gifts totalling £110,000 of which £100,000 is to be spent on a new medical school in the reorganised University ol Newcastle. British Wireless.

COUNTY CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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COUNTY CRICKET Late News £LO6E of play scores in county cricket matches which began on Saturday are. says Reuter: At Chesterfield: Warwick 117 (Mitchell 5 for 52); Derby 235 for 4 (Worthlngton 114 not out). At Nottingham: Notts 204 (Allen 6 for 58): Middlesex 100 for 7. At Bristol: Essex

British Soldier Acquitted Of Assault Charge [ARTICLE]

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British Soldier Acquitted Of Assault Charge JAPANESE TO HOLD PR&TEST MEETING Peiping, Saturday. JJERBERT Cooke, a private in the Worcestershire Regiment, wa3 acquitted today in the British Consular Court of assault and causing bodily harm to a Japanese officer named Onishi. The Japanese Residents' Association is organising an indignation meeting

INDIAN IN CUSTODY IN MANCHUKUO ' [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN IN CUSTODY IN MANCHUKUO Tokio_ Saturday. The British Ambassador called at the Foreign Office today and is reported to have requested the immediate release o! an Indian jeweller who was recently taken into custody by the Manchukuo police In Hsinklng. This Is apparently a test case oT British extraUty

POLICE SEARCH FOR' SICKLE [ARTICLE]

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POLICE SEARCH FOR' SICKLE Casson Murder (From Our Own Correspondent J Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. AS a result of continued intensive investigation* into the Caason murder the police iidhere to their original theory that more than one weapon was uicd In the. attack and it is reported they art searching for

AMERICANS' JULY 4 DINNER [ARTICLE]

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AMERICANS' JULY 4 DINNER The American Association of Malaya held its annual dinner last night at the Sea View Hotel. There was a large attendance of members and guests. American melodies were played during dinner and with the dancing afterwards the evening was a most ciieery show. The toasts of

"HUNAN TO AID SOUTH-WEST" [ARTICLE]

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"HUNAN TO AID SOUTH-WEST" CANTON LEADER'S CLAIM Hong Kong, Saturday. THE claim that Gen. Ho Chien, Governor of Hunan, had been won over to the South-West cause was made in Canton today by Gen. Chan Chat-tong, commaniler-in-chief of Cwangtung's anti-Japan-ese national salvation forces." Gen. Chan was talking with foreign pressmen.

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WARNER BROS*. MUSICAL TREAT! "COLLEEK" WITH DICK POWELL RUBY KEELER COMING

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KAY FRANCIS IN "THE WHITE ANGEL" A WARNER BROS. PICTURE. SOON IN SINGAPORE. L^^3M 1/ /7 "AYLMER" SOUPS Iflßp. D| ift j retain that Natural Q3>3ECPBS«Ef/jL -Z&^/ Flavour of Garden Varieties^ Tomato Vere- v^^^^. table Green Pea Celery Oxtail Consomme Asparartu Vegetable Beef Chicken with Rice Cream of Mushroom Etc.,

Colony Cavalcade [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Colony Cavalcade A Citizen Visits St. John's And A Martian Too-H.G. Wells' World State Anticipated At Our Front Door 17 VER since I came to Singapore I have wanted to go to St. John's Island, and I suppose that that is a common ambition, for not only is St. John's

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$$k ROYAL i %Mk BAKERY gjg£^j |j|^ SPEC.AL.T.ES S^fijL* to^Jfs /fWi The R °ya! Bakery" is fe^S^ 557 $t renowned for cakes and ffS&tf *j^a confections of quality and '^B*^ "4Z {^ICU gre vanety Come and *W&S?Lim &%m have a cake chat> with us 1^&l Jli^Z^t We will introduce you

IMMIGRANT EUROPEANS TO BE REPATRIATED [ARTICLE]

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IMMIGRANT EUROPEANS TO BE REPATRIATED Vain Four-Month Search For Work THEIR MONEY GONE, VENTURE ENDS IN VAGRANCY CHARGE ONE reads so often of complaints by men who left England to find a fortune in the Empire that the young men of today are not ready to take a chance—" they

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The lea lers of the Hungarian Natlonal-Soolalist group in the county of Bekes, which was dissolved on April 29 for hav.ng attempted to arm Its units and plan a march on Budapest, were sentenced to terms cf imprisonment rangirg from 12 months to eight days

PISTOL AND DAGGER AS TOYS! Singular Plea Of Two Armed Men [ARTICLE]

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PISTOL AND DAGGER AS TOYS! Singular Plea Of Two Armed Men r p\VO Chinese who were sent to prison yesterday lor being in possession of a loaded pistol and a dagger said in their defence that the son of a Neio World theatre owner had asked them to take the

BIGGER GERMAN SUBMARINES 750-TON BOAT'S 4.1 IN. GUN [ARTICLE]

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BIGGER GERMAN SUBMARINES 750-TON BOAT'S 4.1 IN. GUN Germany's latest submarine. U 25. has been commissioned after completing her trials. With a surface displacement of 750 tons, she is three times as large as the previous boats. She may be regarded as the first ocean-going submarine of the hew German

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Mexico City. Gen. Lazaro Cardenas, President of Mexico, has Issued a decree restoring legalised gambling throughout Mexico.

FORTUNES BEING MADE IN POST-WAR ABYSSINIA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FORTUNES BEING MADE IN POST-WAR ABYSSINIA Costs And Wages Soar In Italy's Tremendous Development Drive lUIONEY is flowing in Abyssinia and Eritrea. Much business can be done their, especially in the conquered State when Italy has finished its work of construction of roads and buildings. So says Signor J. Interlandi,

TOKIO POLICE DECLARE WAR ON DRUGS [ARTICLE]

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TOKIO POLICE DECLARE WAR ON DRUGS Tokio. Tokio police have opened war on 7,000 drus addicts in the Japanese capital. These are sairt to Include 5,000 Korean labourers. The campaign will Include a tightening of the control on the illicit traffic In narcotics.

Confession Offered In 41,000 Guilds Theft Case [ARTICLE]

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Confession Offered In 41,000 Guilds Theft Case TAN Chye Keng, former bill collector of the Nederlandsche Indische Handelsbank, who Is charged with the theft of 41.000 guilders from a parcel which, his employers sent to their office In Batavia about six months ago, was again produced before the third magistrate.

£2,500,000 CONTRACT FOR BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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£2,500,000 CONTRACT FOR BRITAIN KRUPPS BEATEN IN TURKEY Constantinople. 'THE contract for the construction and equipment of the Turkish Iron and steel plant was signed in Angora between the Turkish Sumer Bank and a representative of the British firm H. A. Brasserta and Co., Ltd. The plant will cost £2,500.000

ITALIAN OFFICERS' MARRIAGES [ARTICLE]

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ITALIAN OFFICERS' MARRIAGES STRICTER REGULATIONS Rome. Regulations governing tr marriages of officers in any of the Italian services have been tightened. Officers in the Army, Navy, Air Force and some sections of the Blackshlrt militia may not marry without Royal permission or before they reach a certain age. In the

LONG PRISON TERM [ARTICLE]

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LONG PRISON TERM AMERICAN RACKETEER TO SERVE FIFTY YEARS New York. Marking a new Important stage In the struggle waged by the Federal authorities against gangsters and racketeers, a sentence of 50 years' imprisonment has been meted out by the New York court to Charles Luciano, owner of a chain

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WOMAN RECOVERS HER WAIST -LINE After Being Eurticned With Fat Burdened with excess lai and crippled by rheumatism and gout, no wonder tins woman felt that life was not worth living She tried nearly evi-rjthing— then one da; she began talcing Kruscli >n Silts, and relief came at once. Now

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IN SINGAPORE TODAY HOTELS Malta from Chlaa and Japan today by SEA VIEW HOTEL: ipecial Tiffin and T^ china and Japan On Monday Special Dinner. by Naßato Mam. CINCMAS ALHAMBRA. This U The Life with Jane "I!?-!^! 8 Withers 3 1^—6.15—915. SINGAPORE C\PITOL: Small Town Girl with Jan.n Today H.

Symbol Of The New China [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Symbol Of Th e New China CHINESE VENUS" AND "CHINESE MERMAID How She Views European H^Bja OkaJvßevi IRwhM hivjwww' HOikta and a natkWaJ Mro^te. year «W Mh» Yrut» Sa« KHtt l» rather tnnrr than v rtrl wMh a cKptivmUmt «MiHe. mm 4 thr «hiii.a» ratae M*nn «f chrer* as ehje

20,000 WILL LIVE IN HOUSE OF FUTURE [ARTICLE]

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20,000 WILL LIVE IN HOUSE OF FUTURE Twi w> ewewy ommmom] yeojttr may; liw tn hoaew oi tkt future, said Mr A. JclUrw at ihp annual conAß^j enw of ttw Royal tettitutc of British ARJMtMti «t •ooOiamptnr.

DID YOUR WIFE SAVE MONEY? [ARTICLE]

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DID YOUR WIFE SAVE MONEY? Housekeeping In 1935 Was Cheaper cim;apori hww. -<h »r< Thr <k**T>waTd u«nd in food ltaKikcb arc n^eaU^l tn the annual re|W>n o( thr Sin?Rfv"* Muni.-! rl I*»M and Marki>( Tnsprotor, Mr. W. Mar MaHori The foUowine Übtr *ho*> price rorr paiMett* lor thr ihns- w»i>

BENEDICT PONNIAH [ARTICLE]

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BENEDICT PONNIAH ATOAI*IBRII>t>K ifrosn Our Owr, CorrespAndeni^ I Soremban *JXW£ has reached heir thai Mr Benedict Ponnlah. FMS Queen's itoholai rrom SI John^ XMtttoUon. Kuala 1 Aimpur who Joined St John's Collate Onmhrldjrc In October last ha* obtained sec.tnc class peas tn quallfyinc eK&mlnation for the Lav Trloos Mr. Ponnlah

AFTER 44 YEARS. SEPARATION ORDER FORA WIFE. [ARTICLE]

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AFTER 44 YEARS. SEPARATION ORDER FORA WIFE. A mv w ffimntsd ml MMte a upmuai. nrdor and Mi iwk mainu«nan« «lkm»nw t>lri her tuMband. tr whon- ahr had been mar rtod 44 wan At tt» wtMMW qua* the iiwih of the parties we» She mm Ist Urn.' Yunnan was that

DUCKS TO COMBAT LOCUSTS [ARTICLE]

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DUCKS TO COMBAT LOCUSTS i arm* o/ 2/m ahwfct he* bee* moMTteMt fo w«or mar «f«Hwr fl^ puttuent tomat irwr (m Hke "ail uv\-)u>tr UUind t* tht Ymmot9L With the m*t*mi of tht hot wither, tht tome Imrvmt t* the t*m*M mrt «mC4ip*NC r«friAy into i4tv to «*tfnMM»n{i /l>«m fV

Hunter Fails To Arrive [ARTICLE]

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Hunter Fails To Arrive ONE-HORNED RHINO SEARCH OFF (Trom Our Own Correspondents KuaU J-umpuT. Sat«nda.>. T**(V° w«uM-hr hunter of the ran Malayan one-horned rhinoceros «ondaJesja, Mr. Warns* Ketuifc. «■> aastant editor of the F»rW Unrtnt, failed to arrive hy aeroplane lasi camp equipment walling for htm at Tcluk A tutor,

STAMPS FOR DOGS [LETTER]

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STAMPS FOR DOGS TTo Thr Bdlwnr of Thr Sunday TlmesV •ft I.—Ahoui1 Ahoui a w»ar ago wr wrote «N aaktnc readem t« M>n4 a* say fnreKrr. or Kmplrr .<ttam»f theA- cowld sparr. and the iwsull showed that our work on behalf of doe> .'wr help JftO 8W a year to

DR. MUTTU FUND. [ARTICLE]

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DR. MUTTU FUND. iFtom Our Own > Seremhmr. Thr rollowlnfi ts a further list of rtrnation* to the tn Muttu Memorial fund:— r^^WaHsr/ CfIRjBRHMMMsIMI ejRXKaV-lC saffMTH> M w. ft v a r t^aiasi ess «r> k R Kandhkh «ea MMn 1» R wephm> «as T. ftfltawai— i e» T> Karter«a>

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DISAPPEARANCE Of The JOSEPH CONRAD Still UNSOLVED [ARTICLE]

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DISAPPEARANCE Of The JOSEPH CONRAD Still UNSOLVED Has She Joined Tragic Band Of Lost Ships? SAILED INTO PACIFIC, THEN SILENCE UAS the Joseph Conrad, last full-rigged sailing ship under British colours, joined the tragic band of lost ships Many remember seeing her graceful lines, her bold bowsprit and symmetrical array

SIR ANDREW CALDECOTT'S SKIT ON GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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SIR ANDREW CALDECOTT'S SKIT ON GOVERNMENT Sketch To Be Staged At Serembam PLAY ABOUT PLANTERS (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. CIR Andrew Caldecott, Governor of Hong Kong and for. °rly Colonial Secretary in Singapore, iias written a skit on Government in which he delineates the foibles of the

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Three of .Singapore's newly-appointed Justices o." the Peace, left to right: Mr. C. D. Miller, Mr. E. N. C. Woollerton, and Mr. J. W. de Piro.

SPECULATOR WHO MADE MILLIONS [ARTICLE]

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SPECULATOR WHO MADE MILLIONS Mr. A. W. Cutten Dies In Chicago HUGE GRAIN DEALS Chicago. ARTHUR William Cutten, who died at the age of 66 at his apartment in Edgewater Beach Hotel, had an international reputation as a grain trader, and became an almost legendary figure in the years following

Malacca Chinese Ends World Bicycle Tour [ARTICLE]

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Malacca Chinese Ends World Bicycle Tour AN intrepid young: Chinese, Wong Ah-chai, who set out from Malacca to travel round the world on a bicycle in March, 1928, has arrived in Hong Kong after eight years of travelling which has taken him to almost every country on the globe except

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VICTORIA MEMORIAL HALL SYMPHONY CONCERT BY THE SINGAPORE MUSICAL SOCIETY TONIGHT at 9.30 p.m. PROGRAMME WILL INCLUDE UNFINISHED SYMPHONY SCHUBERT PIANO CONCERTO "A" MINOR SCHUMANN PIANIST CATHERINE COWIE HEAR MY PRAYER MENDELSSOHN SOLOIST MRS. G. A. CLEMENTS CONDUCTOR THORNLEY JONES BOOKING at VICTORIA MEMORIAL HALL— $2, $1, 50 cts. Tel.

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T. M. A's ANNIVERSARY SALE NOW ON SURPLUS STOCK GRAMOPHONE RECORDS BRUNSWICK 50 cts. each. DECCA -.40 cts. each. REGAL ZONOPHONE 35 cts. each. EDISON BELL 20 cts. each. STERNO 20 cts. each. PLAZA is cts. each. NO LIST ISSUED. PRICES ARE FOR SINGAPORE OFFICES ONLY. (F. M. S. PRICES

SINGAPORE BANK MADE VICTIM OF CLEVER FRAUD [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE BANK MADE VICTIM OF CLEVER FRAUD DEAD WOMAN'S MONEY DRAWN BY MAN POSING AS WIDOWER "Utmost Sympathy For Defendants," Says Judge A CASE of considerable importance in banking circles was decided by Mr. N. H P. Whitley, acting chief justice, who gave judgment against the Overseas Chinese Bank, as

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A GROUP photograph taken when an At Home was given by the branch secretary of the Bombay Life Assurance C, Ltd., Kuala Lumpur, for Mr. A. S. Nair (mM centre) recently appointed the company's organiser for southern Malaya.

Brandy Left To Town To Avenge A Slight [ARTICLE]

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Brandy Left To Town To Avenge A Slight Paris. TPWO Hundred Thousand gallons of brandy has gone to the poor ol AngcuUme— but not to drink. It was auctioned by the mayor on behalf of his welfare committee. It realis?d £150.000. The brandy was the first instalment of 1 £00.000

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The Italian Senate suspended its sitting fcr 45 minutes In respect for the memory of King Fuad of Egypt.

HAUNTED BY IMPENDING LAWSUIT [ARTICLE]

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HAUNTED BY IMPENDING LAWSUIT TAMIL ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Obsessed by an impending action for the recovery of a debt against him. Doralsamy tried to hang himself but was unsuccessful. Yesterday before Mr. T. D. Hughes, the second magistrate, Doralsamy pleaded guilty and was bound over in the sum of $50 to

SKODA'S IMMENSE PROFITS [ARTICLE]

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SKODA 'S IMMENSE PROFITS Prague. 'TPHAT munition makers are not the least prosperous business men in the world was shown by the just published balance sheet of the Skoda Works for the last business year. Net profits amounted to 39,600.000 Czech crowns against *****,000 in the previous year. Ac a

FATAL ACCIDENT IN ORD ROAD FACTORY [ARTICLE]

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FATAL ACCIDENT IN ORD ROAD FACTORY A verdict of death by misadventure was returned on a 31-year-old Hokklen Chinese named Ah Choo, on whom mythylated spirit was accidentally spilled and ignited In a factory at Ord Road. Three other workmen, who were standing near by, suffered slight burns.

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Mr. B. P. Nicholas, who was away on a trip to Ceylon, has returned to Kuala Lumpur with his family.

PROMISED WORK IN MUNICIPALITY [ARTICLE]

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PROMISED WORK IN MUNICIPALITY ALLEGATION AGAINST A TAMIL Allegations of cheatlns were separately made against two men in the second magistrate's court yesterday. Beriasamy, who is alleged to have induced Muthusamy to give him $35 on the understanding that he would fin i employment for him and six other Tamils

PENANG WEDDING [ARTICLE]

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PENANG WEDDING MR. C. G, BOUTCHER AND MISS M. FITZWILLIAMS (From Our Own Correspondent.) Penang, Saturday. The wedding took place this morning at St. George's Church of Mr. C. G. Boutcher, Penang and Ipoh architect and only surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. E H. Boutcher. of Sussex. England, and

VICTIMISED SEVEN OF HIS COMPATRIOTS [ARTICLE]

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VICTIMISED SEVEN OF HIS COMPATRIOTS ALLEGATION AGAINST A CHINESE. CALSELY representing that he could obtain employment, a Chinese induced seven of his compatriots to give rim sums of $2 to $4. This allegation was made against a Chinese In the second magistrate's court. He claimed trial, and the case was

GAOL TERM FOR SNATCH THIEF [ARTICLE]

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GAOL TERM FOR SNATCH THIEF Cheang Peng was sentenced to four months' imprisonment in the second Magistrate's Court yesterday for the theft from a lorry of a bundle containing a dozen tins of milk. Cheang Peng was chased by detectives and the lorry coolies and caught after he had dropped

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A Government Commission is being appointed In Japan to organise the celebrations of the 2.600 th anniversary of the founding of the Japan Empire, which falls in 1940.

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U. S. Seamen Say Situation Is "Rotten" [ARTICLE]

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U. S. Seamen Say Situation Is "Rotten" Washington. A LL is not well with the heavily sub- sidised American Merchant Marine. There have been scandals, disasters with serious loss of life and property: ax.d '•mutinies." or strikes, which have held up vessels in port for several cays. An official inquiry

QUINS IN £10,000 LAWSUIT [ARTICLE]

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QUINS IN £10,000 LAWSUIT Philadelphia. The alleged unauthorised use of the names and pictures of the Dlonne Quintuplets is the subject of a £10.000 suit by the Canadian Minister of Public Welfare against the Blossom Products Corporation.'" manufacturers of colls, toys, and children's clothes. The Minister contends that the Quintuplets

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A proposal that Peru should abandon Sanctions against Italy has been rejected by the Peruvian Parliament.

THE LATEST STAMP NEWS [ARTICLE]

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THE LATEST STAMP NEWS Fred J. Melville Stamp Collecting By I ITALY has lost no time in giving the world philatelic evidence of P the proclamation of the Empire jof Ethiopia. Within a fortnight 'of the historic declaration (May 9) I three new stamps, bearing the I portrait of King

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Today's Wireless Programmes Marionettes (Krish) prom my Country P»». Ne Oerman music for flut*. Pro- 25.t4 m.— 11.885 ke. CUDIDC CTATIfiW ismetana. axr Krish) lessor Hermann Zanke. 4.50 p.m. News 10.35 p.m. News in French, market prices. LlttllKEi Ol A lIUH s K 2 o I liT— Greenwich time slm»L

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CROSSWORD PUZZLE RESULT HOW TO CLAIM 100 PRIZE MONEY Following several weeks in which no All Correct solution was received In The Sunday Times $100 Crossword Puzzle Competition, efforts were made to set a rather easier puzzle in our issue of June 21. We appear to have erred on the

FUNERAL OF MRS. YONG NAM CHEONG [ARTICLE]

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FUNERAL OF MRS. YONG NAM CHEONG The funeral took place last Sunday in Kuaia Lumpur of Mrs. Yong Nam Cheong, wife of Towkay Yong Nam Cheong. whose death occurred on June 25 after a long illness, at her residence in Sungel Best Road. Mrs. Yong Nam Cheong hac 1 many

JAPANESE BANK OPENS BRANCH AT BANGKOK [ARTICLE]

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JAPANESE BANK OPENS BRANCH AT BANGKOK (From Our Ow Correspondent.) Bangkok. Saturday. The Yokohama Specie Bank joined the ranks of the exchange banks operating at Bangkok yesterday, when the president of the People's Assembly formally inaugurated the Bank's handsome premises in the business quarter near the Custom House.

FEARS OF NAZI COUP IN DANZIG [ARTICLE]

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FEARS OF NAZI COUP IN DANZIG League May Intervene GERMAN SLIGHT TO BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER Geneva, Saturday. THE League of Nations will today turn aside from the Abyssinian problem and face the troubled and delicate situation arising out of Nazi activities at Danzig. The Council meeting this afternoon will deal

Low-Grade Timber Dumped In Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Low-Grade Timber Dumped In Singapore LOCAL TRADE BADLY HIT (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. "THE harmful effects on the Malayan timber trade because Singapore is becoming a dumping ground for low-grade timber from Borneo and the Philippines and because Singapore sawmills in the I Kalians Basin are cut

DANCER'S INJURY £6,500 AWARD HALVED BY AGREEMENT [ARTICLE]

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DANCER'S INJURY £6,500 AWARD HALVED BY AGREEMENT The appeal of Jack Eggar Ltd.. theatrical producers, against an award to Miss Ina Scarlett, a dancer, of i.t 6.500 damages was settled In the Appeal Court in Lor don on the basis of payment to Miss ocarlett of £3.250. Miss Ina Scarlett,

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Field Marshal Sir William Chetwo le and the Governor of the Royal Hospital, General Sir Walter Braithwaite, carrying ont Oak-apple Day inspection of Chelsea Pensioners. Oak-apple Day celebrates the restoration of Charles 11, whose favourite, Nell Gwynn, founded the hospital.

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Guatemala, in announcing Itr Intention to leave the League of Nations, states that she will "continue to be guided by League principles."

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A proposal that Peru should abandon Sanctions against Italy has been rejected by the Peruvian Parliament.

MASS MURDER FOR INSURANCES [ARTICLE]

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MASS MURDER FOR INSURANCES AMERICAN GANG'S NEW "RACKET" New York. A GANG which specialises in poison murders for insurances taken out on intended victims has brought into the light three quiet New England mill towns. The plot uncovered by the authorities of which is it believed from 50 to 100

GANGSTERS' RAID ON BANK [ARTICLE]

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GANGSTERS' RAID ON BANK HAND GRENADES AND MACHINE-GUNS Little Ferry, N.J. Holding hand grenades in one hand and sub-machine guns in the other, five members of the notorious Grey Glove gang entered the Little Ferry National Bank ana went out five minutes later with £3,000. Open up the vault or

Swiss To Arm [ARTICLE]

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Swiss To Arm The national Council, or Becond Chamber, of the Swiss Parliament has rejected by 96 votes to 72 a proposal to resume relations with Russia. The Council of States, or First Chamber, has unanimously adopted the Government scheme for the reinforcement of National Defence.

STALIN'S RULES FOR RUSSIA [ARTICLE]

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STALIN'S RULES FOR RUSSIA Government By One Party "BEST CITIZENS MAY BE COMMUNISTS" Moscow. ALL the Soviet newspapers devote great space to reproducing the 14C articles of the new Stalin Constitution." They claim it as as an example cf the heights to which working-class democracy may aspire when led by

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The wedding took i-!a<e at the Churrh of Oar Lady of Lourdcs of Mr. Draviam Joseph and Miss Lily Mary Samy.

POLICE BAND [ARTICLE]

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POLICE BAND The Police Band will play on Tuesday at Katong Park at 5.30 p.m March, The Vanished Aimy (Kenneth J. Alford); Selection, li!ac r; -.c (Franz Schubert); Polka, De BaLPI (P. Tschaikowsky) Selected froi<: he Suite Peer Gynt (Morning) (Edward Grieg); A Dream Picture, The Phanton Brigade (W. H.

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A GROUP taken when the Tong Soon Kok Association held its 34th anniversary celebrations at Mr. Aw Boon Haw s bungalow, Fasir Panjang.

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Malayan Musings: Casual Comments On This And That [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Musings: Casual Comments On This And That The Case For The Philistines Can The Malays Be "Evange-. Used"? Germ-Laden Food In Singapore Kating And Land Values The Problem Of The Non-Malays Dangerous Bridges In Malaya /"VNCE again we have had Jibes because Singapore did not flock to performances by

MALAYAN JINGLES [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN JINGLES 60 ESCAPE Breathes there the man with soul so dead Who never to himself hath said Work is a curse "I'M do no more!"?j Yet one must toil, from year to year, For food and drink (including beer); Wage-slaves are we, and worse Seems e'er in store. Then

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The Life Story Of A Dominion [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Life Story Of A Dominion FIFTY YEARS IN SOUTH AFRICA The Grip of Gold. By H. O'KeUy Webber. Hutrhinscn 18s. "THE Grip of Gold" is described as being the life story of a Dominion, yet it is the story of a Dominion as told in the life story of

VIGOROUS, ALIVE [ARTICLE]

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VIGOROUS, ALIVE Seed of Adam. By Violet Campbell. John Murray. 2s. 6d. THIS is the first cheap edition of a book which was one of the publishing sensations of 1934. Issued in August of that year, Seed of Adam ran through four editions in the SL.me month, was recommended by

Johannesburg Jubilee [ARTICLE]

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Johannesburg Jubilee HALF CENTURY OF PROGRESS Empire Exhibition IT is fifty years ago since gold was first discovered on the Ridge of White Waters, and Johannesburg, now, perhaps the most prosperous city in the world, will celebrate its jubilee this autumn with an Empire Exhibition on a scale never before

Morbid Study Of A Clever Old Woman [ARTICLE]

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Morbid Study Of A Clever Old Woman The Old I.ady. By C. E. Lawrence. Murray's Imperial Library. THE OW Lady" is a somewhat mor- bid study of a selfish, clever old woman and her elderly put-upon attendant. Miss Penistone alternately bullies and pets Kate Marsh until the poor woman becomes

Johannesburg 50 Years Ago And Now [ARTICLE]

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Johannesburg 50 Years Ago And Now JOHANNESBURG is this year celebrating its half century. At the top is Sir George Farrar, Bart., D.5.0., a South African pioneer. Above is the first house on the present site of Johannesburg and on the left is Eloff Street, Johannesburg, as it is today.

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K.L.M. MAY EXTEND TO AUSTRALIA [ARTICLE]

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K.L.M. MAY EXTEND TO AUSTRALIA CONFERENCE IN LONDON Speed Service For Urgent Mails BULK BY QANTAS AND IMPERIAL IN Holland and Australia it i.-, re!«>ited that the X.L.M. may be pivi'n permission to extend its Eumpt'-Batavia service to Darwin, Sydney and Melbourne. Ihe X.L.M. has been anxious to extend its

EMPIRE DEFENCE [ARTICLE]

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EMPIRE DEFENCE LORD SWINTON ON AIR FORCE EXPANSION A DINNUn in honour of the visiting delegates to the annual conference of the Lmplr? Press Union was given recently at the Hotel Victoria. Major Astor. M.P.. preside! Lord Swinton, Secretary of State for Air. proposed the toast "The Press ol the

INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS A group photograph taken at the Chinese Secretariat on the retirement of Mr. Tay Boon Hone, of the district and police courts, Singapore, cf the certificated Chinese interpreters and translators. Front row (left to right) Mah Kee Keng, Foo Wah Cher. Fang Hoi San, Tham Yinjj Thim,

HEAT WAVE IN AMERICA'S "ICE-BOX" [ARTICLE]

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HEAT WAVE IN AMERICA'S "ICE-BOX" Nome, June 19. ALASKA, knoion as the "ice-box 4 of North America" and whose very nawe connotes ice, snow, glaciers, ana intensely cold weather, is proving a sad disappointment this year to thousands of sweltering Americans and Canadians icho left for supposedly cooler parts. For

BEST RECRUITING MONTH FOR 11 YEARS [ARTICLE]

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BEST RECRUITING MONTH FOR 11 YEARS But Territorials Still Need 45,000 GOOD RESPONSE OF NORTH COUNTRY "TWO THOUSAND more men Joined the Territorials, last May than in May last year, and the figure. Is the largest for any month during the past 11 years, says the Daily Telegraph. Gen. Sir

NEWS CLAIMED AS PROPERTY [ARTICLE]

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NEWS CLAIMED AS PROPERTY Lives Risked To Obtain It TELEVISION AS A RIVAL 'THE right of property in news was discussed at the conference of the Empire Press Union in London. Major J. J. Astor, M.P., presided. Sir Roderick Jones, chairman of Reuters, said that the newspaper or news agency

"ORGAN" TO PLAY COLOUR TALKIES [ARTICLE]

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"ORGAN" TO PLAY COLOUR TALKIES FILMS that reproduce action, sound, colour, and, perhaps, even smell— what could they be called Professor A. M. Low, the scientist, visualises lliese developments, bringing to the < nema the real-life atmosphere cf he* theatre. After m?.i years of experiment he has devised a system

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Sitting On The Fence [ARTICLE]

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Sitting On The Fence Nathaniel Gubbins By JUST when people are asking, "Where are the English poets?" Police Constable Arthur Vivian Carlyon, s'ltlonod at Ilford, writes the following epic called the Queen Mary: A ship of ships so stately As implies the name Built by British manhood To do honour

REPUTED TOMB OF TRISTRAM & ISOLDE CORNWALL EXCAVATIONS [ARTICLE]

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REPUTED TOMB OF TRISTRAM ISOLDE CORNWALL EXCAVATIONS Bude. rpHE Cornwall Excavations Committee is to begin work which. It Is hoped, will shed light on the dark ages of Cornwall The site to be excavated is Castle Dore, near Fowey, where are believed to lie burled Tristram and Isolde, tragic lovers

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A new sailing ship, to be used as a training vessel for German Navy cadets, has been launched at Hamburg Vienna Nazis threw stink bombs during a performance of the Vienna State Opera Company conducted by Bruno Walter, who is accused of being non-Aryan.

THE KEY TO MAN'S CAREER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE KEY TO MAN'S CAREER pELMANISM," says Dr. Norwood "is sound Psychology and an admirable system of Mind-trakilni;. It is more than mere Mcmory-traiii-ing. It reduces to a coherent system what every person who lives intelligently and strongly must, at least partly, carve out for himself. A proper grasp of

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CONTRACT BRIDGE Cl'CCESSFUL attacking bidding at Contract is based on complete exchange of information successful defensive bidding must include a considerable element of deception. Hence, a player who holds two fivecard suits and i s defending will usually do well when his partner raises first suit to conceal his second

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RAPID PROGRESS AT KALLANG [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RAPID PROGRESS AT KALLANG "Rirdman" Malayan Flying Notes By JTPCOUNTRY readers are probably wondering how the work on the Singapore ivil airport is progressing and when it is likely to be ready for Durbaf 1})" past fortnight I have on several occasion! boen able to ma!..' a careful inspection of

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Totidem Verbis // There's A Tin War [ARTICLE]

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Totidem Verbis There's A Tin War ALL war is silly, and a tin war would be sheer craziness, yet some people are predicting one, and spotting the winner— Malaya, of course with the greatest confidence. Actually, there wouldn't be any winner, and there is little consolation in merely not being

WOMEN OF SINGAPORE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WOMEN OF SINGAPORE Whats Wrong? What's Right? What's The Remedy? By "Coffee For One" THIS is going to be an un- popular article. It deals with the memsahibs of Singapore, that small feminine fraction of the European community which siill presumes to be the better half. It seeks to reduce

Jubilee Now Has A Rival [ARTICLE]

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Jubilee Now Has A Rival •T*HE famous Booboo and Jubilee will have to compete against serious rivalry, for soon there will will be another mother chimpanzee and baby on view at the Zoo, writ< the Zoo correspondent of The Observer. This new Zoo mother is the ape known as Sally,

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MALAYAN LINK IN THE MIGRATION OF MAN [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN LINK IN THE MIGRATION OF MAN British Museum Wants To Know More About Perak Finds "WE ARE VERY INTERESTED IN CALLENFELS'S DISCOVERIES" (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, June 26. THE discovery by Professor van Stein Callenfels at Sungei Siput, Perak, of important prehistoric remains, believed to show that Malaya

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TTENGKC Ttmenggonc Ahma-J and I) is son at the Central Johore Show at Batu Pahat.

SAVAGE ATTACK ON WATCHMAN [ARTICLE]

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SAVAGE ATTACK ON WATCHMAN Stripped Daubed With Creosote REFUSED TO GIVE UP KEYS TO RUBBER FACTORY OECAUSE he refused to give up the keys of the office, William Murday. night watchman at a rubber factory on the Great West Road. Brentford. I was struck on the head by two men.

GIRL WED 18 TIMES WANTS TO WED AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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GIRL WED 18 TIMES WANTS TO WED AGAIN ]I.^ARUSIA Larkova. twenty-four- year-old Moscow student, wrote to Stalin, protesting that she had b3en refused permission to marry for •he nineteenth '.lint. This the authorities refused because of the introduction of stricter divorce laws. Five years ago Marusia married her first husband.

SEA SERPENT SEASON [ARTICLE]

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SEA SERPENT SEASON Aberdeen (Washington). The sea-serpent season has opened. The carcase of a marine monster. 12ft. long and weighing 1.3001 b., has been washed up here and all the local experts declare that it resemoles nothing they have ever seen before. Its head is like a goat's.

All-Metal Wheel To Free Japan Of Rubber Imports [ARTICLE]

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All-Metal Wheel To Free Japan Of Rubber Imports Tokio. JS'VESTION of an all-metal wheel, which has all the qualities ordinarily possessed by tyred wheels, is announced by Mr. M. Iwamoto, an industrial plant proprietor. The new wheel, Mr. Iwamoto claimed, would free Japan uf dependence upon foreign supplies ot raw

DEAD TRAPPER'S REVENGE [ARTICLE]

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DEAD TRAPPER'S REVENGE Poisoned Bait Left For Murderers "pHK dama of a dying European's vengeance on five Australian I aborigines who had treacherously speared him has been revealed by j the discovery of the body of a dingo trapper in the lonely Fitzmaurice River country near Darwin, Australia. to tlu

5-FEET WIDE COFFIN [ARTICLE]

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5-FEET WIDE COFFIN EARLY MORNING BURIAL OF 41 -STONE MAN Mr. Dick Harrow, the 41 -stone Bromley (Kent) man. who died suddenly at Southend Kursaal. where he had been appearing in a side show, is to be buried at Southend before the cemetery is opened to the public. The undertakers

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TTHE Fife and Drum band of the Malay Regiment at Port Dickson. which is under the charge of Mr. Pearse, has made remarkable progress since it was formed a short while ago. The Regiment band plays on all important occasions in Negri today.

Intrigue Splits Jolo On Sultan's Death [ARTICLE]

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Intrigue Splits Jolo On Sultan's Death PRINCESS 'S VAIN BID FOR POWER 'TWERE was trouble in Jolo at the beginning of June and a threat 'of violence among the islanders which might have occupied the attention of the Philippine Army. Jolo is an island in the Sulu Archipelago which is

Woman Done To Death By Wasps [ARTICLE]

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Woman Done To Death By Wasps (From Our Own Correspondent.) Batavia. r\i KIN(. an excursion to Kawah Manuk, near Garoet, Mrs. Westerouen van Meeteren, wife of a prominent Government official, was attacked by wasps and stun? so badly that she collapsed on the spot. Her children, who were also attacked,

DOUKHOBOR FEUD [ARTICLE]

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DOUKHOBOR FEUD SCHOOLS AM) SAWMILL BOMBED Vancouver. •■pHE most serious outbreak of violence since the troubles four years ago occurred recently in Doukhobor communities near Nelson in the Kootenay country, when three schools, one sawmill, and one community hall were destroyed by bombing or fire. Glade School was bombed and

WILL ROGERS' WIDOW [ARTICLE]

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WILL ROGERS' WIDOW Los Angeles. Mr. J. E. Snider .former Oklahoma horse doctor, has been arraigned and held on a $25,000 bail on charges of sending a note to the widow of Will Rogers, the famous screen comedian who was killed in an aeroplane accident while flying with Wiley Post,

AND SO TO WED [ARTICLE]

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AND SO TO WED Hollywood. Wedding bells are ending the twoyears' trial engagement of Fred Mac Murray. screen star, and Lilian Lamont, dancer. The couple have left Hollywood for Las Vegas. Nevada, to be married. Announcing their trial betrothal in 1934 they told friends they wanted to be sure their

Japanese Broadcast To Malaya [ARTICLE]

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Japanese Broadcast To Malaya Tokio. A POWERFUL wireless receiving station, cos- in:: V. 3, 000. 000. will be opened at Onomachi, Ifyogo Prefecture, early next year. The new station's range of rccention will include India, Siam, Malaya, Indo-China, Java and the Philippines.

GOEBBELS' BAN OF QUINTUPLETS FILM MYSTERY DECISION [ARTICLE]

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GOEBBELS' BAN OF QUINTUPLETS FILM MYSTERY DECISION Berlin. I"\R. GOEBBELS. Minister ol Propa- ganda. has banned "The Country Doctor," the film starring th? Dicnne quintuplets, which is nov/ showing in London. No reason for tthi s decision has been made known. I The German film world cannot guess how the

WON £650 ; PENNILESS IN SIX MONTHS LOANS TO FRIENDS [ARTICLE]

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WON £650 PENNILESS IN SIX MONTHS LOANS TO FRIENDS William Norris. of Wellow. near Bath. who. it was stated, won £650 m a football pool six months ago. gave up his job. and bought a car appeared at Bristol Police Court accused of stealing £23 belonging to a football club

SHORT LEGS MEAN LONG LIFE [ARTICLE]

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SHORT LEGS MEAN LONG LIFE THERE is a reasonable and almost infallible way of calculat- ing how long you will live. Add together the. ages at which\ your parents and grandparents died. Divide the total by six, and the result, in years, icill be what the life insurance companies call

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HAIL THE QUADS! The progress of the Miles Quadruplets at St. Neots, Hunting Junshire Is remarkable and the new photographs of these babies which are being published are even more charming than the originals. The children at six months of age have now reached normal weights. Three of them as

Mainly About Malayans [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mainly About Malayans The Onlooker By ALTHOUGH the motor-car route from Malaya to Europe has often been described, until yesterday I had never heard of anyone who attempted to go Home on leave by road. It has been done, however, by Mr. Wyndham Basil Alers Hankey, who is engaged in

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Mr. C. L. Green. has won several trophies and is also an accomplished sculptor. His interest is very much divided at present between art and motoring. X fancy that art will win. Another Siamese in the news is K. Chartikavanji, who plays lawn tennis. He entered for the Wimbledon championship,

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MONEY PRIZES FOR CROSSWORD ENTHUSIASTS OUR WEEKLY "MUST BE WON" OFFER The Sunday Times offers today $100 for a correct solution of the Crossword Puzzle printed below. Should no reader succeed in solving the puzzle correctly, the $100 will be awarded in respect oi the entry containing the smallest number

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An excellent selection of FREE GIFTS is now offered to users A of BournviHe Cocoa. A 1-H>. tin contains 4 coupons, a £-lb. tin f m 2 coupons and 1-lb. tin 1 ccupon, save them, they are valuable. There are certain stocks on the market without coupons but ill fl^

Grooming, Begins With The Bath [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Grooming, Begins With The Bath AND AFTERWARDS TRY GYMNASTICS WITH THE TOWEL I AM perfectly sure that Venus, the lady so widely advertised for spending one hour on the arrangement of a single hair, must have been an ardent bathing enthusiast. Grooming begins with the bath The foremost aid to

Married Strangers [ARTICLE]

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Married Strangers January Mortimer By T*HE discovery that one's wedded partner is a stranger is one of life's most poignant tragedies There are persons who will deny that such a situation is possible, while others will admit doubtfully that the revelation is rare. On the contrary, this problem of marriage

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as she did 3b^^ for .^^l^^^^k. Ci 3. 1 kW 1 M VOM SUNDAY TIMES" Readers Only to Introduce the Janet Complete Waving Outfit which has astonished the Hairdressing World by its simplicity and eCecUvcness in creating at home lonclaf'.ing wives In the modern style. The Complete Outfit Includes Janet's

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When Cookie Cooks A Chicken [ARTICLE]

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When Cookie Cooks A Chicken Lucille Bellairs By WAYS OF VARYING THE FLAVOUR •THE first of the new season's chicken always seem delicious, but later we may begin to think their flavour a trifle monotonous. That is decidedly the time to try new methods of cooking and flavouring both hens

FOR BEACH OR COURT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FOR BEACH OR COURT "THIS play suit, cut from white gabardine, would be as useful on the beach as on the tennis court. The blue and orange spotted silk bow at the neck provides the only touch of colour.

Boudoir And Boulevard [ARTICLE]

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Boudoir And Boulevard CUITS with fancy collars discourage the addition of a scarf, but simply-cut necklines and scarves are becoming all the rage. On cool mornings, a short scarf in beige repp silk, bordered with half-a-dozen stitchings in bright wools, may adorn a summer suit. Plaids, too, are as attractive

A BEVERAGE [ARTICLE]

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A BEVERAGE A DELICIOUS thirst-quenching drink can be made from lemon, orange, and grapefruit. Cut a lemon, an orange, and a grapefruit into halves. Squeeze the juice out of one set of halves and out of the other take the pulp, leaving the white pith behind. Put four ounces of

PEPPERMINT ICE CREAM [ARTICLE]

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PEPPERMINT ICE CREAM DEPPERMINT ice cream is not difficult to make if you follow this recipe. Three pints thin cream, two tablespoons vanilla, one pound crushed red and white peppermint candy, few grains of salt. Scald the cream in a double-boiler, add salt and crushed candy. Cool and add the

Sponge Cake [ARTICLE]

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Sponge Cake GIFT and dry well four ounces of self-raising flour end a pinch of salt. In a basin beat three eggs, then put over a pan of hot water, add four ounces of castor sugar, and whisk together for about ten minutes until thick and frothy. Remove from the

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HOW TO BANISH MOTHS [ARTICLE]

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HOW TO BANISH MOTHS IF you have no secret for banishing moths, you would do well to consider the new bags, and chests, which can be bought very cheaply, and which are guaranteed to be moth-proof. A wardrobe made of the special substance can be folded flat, though it stands

Coaxing Back The Curves [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Coaxing Back The Curves Eileen Dawson By So, before she can gain In weight, health and beauty. It is essential j that she should try very hard, to change her frame of mind. This Ls. indeed, a difficult thing to dc. but by no means impossible. Sometimes, a daily do»e

FOR GIRLS LEARNING TO SEW [ARTICLE]

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FOR GIRLS LEARNING TO SEW l ITTLE girls are usually very keen to sew, especially when they see their mothers busy with a needle. But it is sometimes a problem to know just how to provide an interesting piece of work suitable for tneir inexpert little fingers. The first steps

LENTIL CURRY [ARTICLE]

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LENTIL CURRY SOAK the lentils In cold water for twelve hours, then cook them In a little stock until tender. Add a fried sliced onion and a clove. Simmer for a few minutes, add p?pper and salt and a teaspoonful of curry powder. Thicker with cornflour and simmer and stir

Graceful Frock For Evening [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Graceful Frock For Evening AN original effect in black and white is achieved with this! graceful dinner frock of black with white sleeves to the wrist and novel double puffs.

BAKED CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE [ARTICLE]

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BAKED CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE /*«RATE an ounce of chocolate and melt It In a small pan with a littk milk, then remove from the flre and add a gill of milk. Melt an ounce ol butter, add an ounce of flour, beat well and cook until the mixture leaves the side

POTATOES GEORGIA [ARTICLE]

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POTATOES GEORGIA pIVE or six cold boiled potatoes, l',£ cups milk, y 2 cup cream, 2 tablespoons butter, 1 tablespon flour, 2 eggs yolk, 4 tablespoons grated cheese, 1 can pimemtoes, 1 teaspoon salt, Vi teaspoon pepper, bread crums. Cut potatoes in tiny dice. Melt butter, stir in flour and

FLORAL SWIM SUITS [ARTICLE]

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FLORAL SWIM SUITS The latest thing for beach-wear and bathing is a floral swim suit. One seen recently was in navy blue, covered all over with large white marguerites. It had a scarlet belt and straps and a scarlet bathing cap. And very snappy it all looked on a slim

Useful Recipes [ARTICLE]

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Useful Recipes ONION CHEESE. 'JfHIP sour milk until It becoir. :s firm like cheese, strain away any liquid and add a little salt. Chop several green young onion stalks or rome mild onion, and mix well with the cheese. PARSNIP PATACAKE jyiASH some boiled parsnips ti.l smooth, add a beaten

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'SKINS' WIN SERVICES ATHLETIC HONOURS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'SKINS' WIN SERVICES ATHLETIC HONOURS Final Spurt Puts 'Midds' In Second Place f AST-minute place chances and dramatic victories saw the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers win the Combined Services athletic team championship of Singapore amid the plaudits of distinguished spectators on the new Gillman Barracks sports grounds yt. 'erday. At the

HARD FIGHTS AT WIMBLEDON [ARTICLE]

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HARD FIGHTS AT WIMBLEDON HELEN JACOBS WINS WOMEN'S SINGLES London. Saturday. THE attraction of the lawn tennis finals at Wimbledon reached its summit today. Many hundreds of people spent all night outside the grounds, playing cards and singing. By seven o'clock in the morning more than 7 000 people were

HENLEY FINALS [ARTICLE]

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HENLEY FINALS TWO FINE WINS FOR ZURICH Henley, Saturday. Rill' Stanley Baldwin, the Prime Minister, was among the big crowr] hero today to watch the regatta. In the Thames Cap semi-finals Kent School (America) beat Browne Nichols < America) by hUf a length in 7 mm. 49 sec. and Tabor

PENANG WINS SULTAN OF PERAK'S CUP [ARTICLE]

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PENANG WINS SULTAN OF PERAK'S CUP From Our Own Correspondent.) Penang. Saturday. In the final fur the Sultan of Perak's Cup piaved this alternoon the Penang Polo Club were convincingly defeated by the Iskandar Polo Club by four goals to one. Sri Maharaja Lela scored f>r the losers and Evans

BRITAIN TO COMPETE [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN TO COMPETE London. Saturday. Great Britain has decided to compete in the Olympic soccer tournament. Reuter. Mercantile Institute Ist vs. Govt. Printing Office Ist at football on Tuesday, at Printing Ground. Serangoon Road:— A. Lourdes: Scan Keng Loy leapt, i; R Htndricks: M. Hassan: S. Din: J E Law:

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP [ARTICLE]

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COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP (Including all matches concluded on July 3) *THERE is no change at the top of the County championship I table as a result of the matches played last week. Middlesex, who did not nave a game during the week, move above Yorkshire, Gloucestershire have jumped thres places and

JOHORE JUNIOR FOOTBALL [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE JUNIOR FOOTBALL DRAW FOR INTER-SCHOOL COMPETITION (From Our Own Correspondent.) Johore Bahru. THE annual junior inter-school foot- ball competition for 1936 will begin shortly. The competition is open to schools in Johore and the boys must be under 4 feet 6 inches in height. The Lee Klang Chon Cup,

SAMSON DE SILVA'S 7 FOR 8 [ARTICLE]

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SAMSON DE SILVA'S 7 FOR 8 P.W.D. EASILY BEAT NONDESCRIPTS DLAYING with ten men. the Non- de-scripts C.C. went down tamely to the Public Works Department at McNair Road yesterday, scoring a meagre 28 against the bowling of Samson de Silva, to the P.WD. total of 133. Scores: P W.D.

S.R.C. FARE POORLY AGAINST INDIANS [ARTICLE]

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S.R.C. FARE POORLY AGAINST INDIANS QWING to a late start, the cricket v match between the Indian Association and a Singapore Recreation Club eleven, at Balestler yesterday,! ended in a draw. Scores:— INDIAN ASSN Choor Singh b de Cruz 36. Ram Piarra c Le Cain b C. de Souza 9,

PENANG ATHLETIC MEETING [ARTICLE]

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PENANG ATHLETIC MEETING SONG CHONG HEAN THE CHAMPION (From Our Own Correspondent.) Penang, Saturday. IN the Penang amateur athletic i championships held today on BM i Padang no records broken despite th? fine weather. Results 100 yards 1 Kee Yong Chin. 2W. Wyler, 3 T. C. Yong 11 seconds. High

TANGLIN CLUB TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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TANGLIN CLUB TENNIS The final of the Tanglin Club open doubles lawn tennis between Mr. and Miss Droogleever and Mrs. Marriott and Mr. T. L. Palmer will played on Tuesday, July 7. Mercantile Institute badminton team vs. Singapore Harbour Board on July 12 at 10 a.m.. at S.H.B. Court. Godown

Chinese Draw I—l With India [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Draw I—l With India Calcutta, Saturday. A match between India and the Chinese Olympic Games football team played today before 150.000 people, ended in a draw of one goal each. Reuter.

C.S.C. SECOND STRING BEAT SCHOOLBOYS [ARTICLE]

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C.S.C. SECOND STRING BEAT SCHOOLBOYS 'T'HE second string of the Ceylon Sports Club defeated St. Andrew's School fairly easily at eftetet yesterday by 158 runs. They declared at 213 for eight wickets and dismissed the school for 55. Scores: C.S.C. II P. Retnosabapathy b Hoosainsah 13. Woodhull b Hoosainsah 33.

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CELESTIAL EQUALS 7-YEAR COURSE RECORD AT IPOK [ARTICLE]

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CELESTIAL EQUALS 7-YEAR COURSE RECORD AT IPOK Rex Pays Highest Win Dividend— sl72. JOCKEY MINTO UNHORSED IN SECOND RACE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Saturday. I\i|R. Lam Lookinjf's Celestial, piloted by J. Donnelly, today equalled the Ipoh course record for five furlongs straight«-60 4/5 sec. established in 1929 by Seaplane.

BACK TO NEGRI [ARTICLE]

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BACK TO NEGRI Mr. I. S. Wylie, a well-known Malayan Rugby player, has returned t> Negri Semoilan. He is now O.C.P.D. at Kuala Pilah and should be an asset to the Negri rugger team, writes our Serem'uan correspondent.

S. C. C. BOWLS [ARTICLE]

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S. C. C. BOWLS BOWERMAN TIPPED FOR CHAMPIONSHIP In the Singapore Cricket Club lawn bowls competition last week, Bowerman's team won a great fight against Wilson's and are now at the head of the league. These teams were neck and neck right through the match a. the score was 11

EIGHT "DUCKS"! [ARTICLE]

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EIGHT "DUCKS"! ST. JOSEPH'S LASY WIN OVER A.C.S. CT. Joseph's Institution scored an easy cricket victory over the Anglo-Chinese school on their own ground yesterday by 77 runs. •Scores: ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL Jan Jee b Jansen 2, Hok An b Janscn 0. R. Bingh low., Jansen 0. Kirn Wah b Toledo

Local League Tables [ARTICLE]

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Local League Tables THE positions in the local league K football tables, up to date, are as follows t.A.F. (6) Chinese (2) nns. Regt. t.A. (5) 'olice (P) ialays (4> tidd. Regt. t.E. (1) i.C.C. (7) P. W. L. D. F. A. Pts 11 7 2 2 31 15 IS

KEDAH MALAYS TO MEET PERAK MALAYS [ARTICLE]

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KEDAH MALAYS TO MEET PERAK MALAYS (From Our Own Correspondent.) Alor Star. •TPHE annual sporting contest between the Perak Malays a: the Kedah Malays has been fixed to take place at Sungei Patanl on July 9. This year a new feature in golf has been added to the programmp. The

PERAK TEAMS [ARTICLE]

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PERAK TEAMS (From Our Own Correspondent.) Talplng. The Perak teams will be as follows:— Tennis team Singles: Alladad l£han and Khallly; Doubles: Ramll and Dato Muda Kinta; M. A. Plah and A. Wahab; Lope and Tahlr. Reserves: Haji Yeop Adlan and Ad nan. Football Team: Jamal; Arls and Md. Yusof;

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The Ipoh Corinthians football team (left) and the Selangor T.P.C.A. football team. They met at Kuala Lumpur last week-end and drew, each side scoring one coal.

YACHT CLUB'S ROWING REGATTA [ARTICLE]

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YACHT CLUB'S ROWING REGATTA Dutch Pair Favourites For Pairs Event the water. Although general opinion favours the chances of Finance, it would not be at all surprising to see Engineering get a lead on the staitj and fight the whole race for a close win. After the races on Friday,

JUNIORDOUBLES BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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JUNIORDOUBLES BADMINTON (By Our Badminton Correspondent.) rE women's junior doubles badminton tournaments began yesterday when three ties were played at tho Clerical Union Hall. The standard of play did not come up to expectations and some of the participants could not have been playing very long judging from their very

NEGRI TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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NEGRI TENNIS NAKATA'S FIFTH WIN (From Our Own Correspondent) Seremban. j DV winning the Negri Sembilan lawn tennis singles championship S. Nakata has won the Cup presented by Tuanku Sir Muhamr.d. the late Yang dl Pertuan Besar of Negri Sembilan. for the third year in succession. Nakata has won in

SINGAPORE BEAT THE NEGRI IN POOR CUP GAME [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE BEAT THE NEGRI IN POOR CUP GAME TWO UPCOUNTRY MEN FAIL TO TURN UP Taib Gets Honours Of The Day: Scores Three Goals. Singapore 4. Negri Sembilan 0. QNK of the poorest Malaya Cup games eve: seen at Alison Road Stadium was (he general comment after yesterday's match in

BDR. WESTON BATS AND BOWLS WELL [ARTICLE]

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BDR. WESTON BATS AND BOWLS WELL BUT R.A. (CHANGI) LOSE TO CHINESE The Chinese beat the R.A. (Changi) |at cricket at the S.C.R.C. ground yesterday by 64 runs, despite the good performances with both bat and ball of Bdr. Weston. He was unbeaten with 34 runs to his credit when

TIE IN LEAGUE [ARTICLE]

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TIE IN LEAGUE i from Our Own Correspondent) Johore Bahru "THE Medical Sports Club failed to turn up for their match against the P.W.D.A.A. who were thus awarded a walk over. The following are the positions In .he League onis Jorinthians Police P.W.D.A A Medical Sports Club P. T. R.

SOCCER TRIAL AT MALACCA [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER TRIAL AT MALACCA HOME TEAM DRAW WITH N. JOHORE (From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca, Saturday. IN preparation for their mai 1 against the services on July 11, Malacca played a football trial against Johore 'North last evening on the Kubu Field. jThe game was drawn at two all. The

MALAYAN A.A.A. MEETING. [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN A.A.A. MEETING. The Malayan Amateur Athletic Association championship meeting will be held at Kuala Lumpur this year on July 24 and 25. Entries close on July 17 and should be forwarded to Mr. F. C. Cooke. 974 Circular Road. Kuala Lumpur before that date. All competitors have to certify

MATCHES CANCELLED [ARTICLE]

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MATCHES CANCELLED The cricket :natch between the S.C.C and Middlesex Regiment, which was tc have been played yesterday, was cancelled as the ground was being prepared for the Singapore A.A.A. heati today. The cricket match, fixed for yesterday, between the V.M.C.A. and the R.E. was cancelled owing to the Malaya

PEARSE'S GREAT CENTURY [ARTICLE]

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PEARSE'S GREAT CENTURY S.CC's GOOD START AGAINST "DOG" (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. A BRILLIANT 101 by F. P. H. Pearse. the Colony player, was partly responsible for the Singapore Cricket Club's good score of 254 in the first innings in the annual cricket fixture against the Selangor

SPORTING FIXTURES. [ARTICLE]

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SPORTING FIXTURES. MONDAY, JILY A thirties: Singapore A.A.A. championship heata at SRC. 5 p.m. Golf: Singapore G.C. women's bogey competition Soccer: Dlv 1. R.A. P. vs. R.E. at Anson Road Stadium: Commercial Cup. Singapore Harbour Board vs. Fraser it Neave at S.H.B.

SECOND AND THIRD ROUNDS [ARTICLE]

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SECOND AND THIRD ROUNDS Complete Results From Wimbledon •THE following are the complet: sc- cond and third round results of singles at Wimbledon received by Air MEN'S SINGLES. (Holder: F. J. Perry, G B (Seeded players in black type.) SECOND ROUND F. J. Perry (GB, nom.) bt K ChartlLavanij (Siam).

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The Sinoites, a Malacca football team which recently met the Batu Pahat Rangers and beat them by one coal to nil

RAFFLES DO WELL [ARTICLE]

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RAFFLES DO WELL Good Start In Inter-College Cricket Match DAFFLES College were in a com*v manding position in their two-day Inter-College cricket fixture with the Medical College when the first days play ended yesterday on the Bukit Timah ground, thanks to two excellent individual performances. Boon Soon's with the bat

SINGAPORE'S FIRST INTER-STATE MATCH [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE'S FIRST INTER-STATE MATCH TO MEET MALACCA NEXT MONTH Municipality Asked To Build Badminton Hall By Our Badminton Correspondent CINGAPORE'S first inter-State badminton match for the current year will take place in Malacca during the August holidays when the two Settlements clash in a return match of three men's singles,

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Charlie Scow. one of Malacca's best badminton players.

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In the Singapore women's Junior singles championship Miss Annie Wee (left) lost to Miss Mary Wee 11—7; 7—11; s—ll, Both players from the Devonshire B.P.

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In the Singapore women's junior singles championship Miss One Enr (left from A. S.A.) lost to Miss Grace Tan (Diehard) 2—ll, 2—ll.

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Mrs. Kboo Sian Enr, vice-president of Vtm Malacca Badminton Association.

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The China Olympic basket-ball players, who staged one of the finest exhibitions ever seen locally at the Great World. Sunday Times Photograph.

Foong Seong Cup [ARTICLE]

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Foong Seong Cup I*lllB correspondence originally con- cerned the conditions of the playIng of the Foong Seong Cup. Other matters are now being discussed which have no bearing on the main Issue. In this week's postbag are many letters regarding the physical abilities of certain players, the respective strength of

SHORTHAND WRITERS [ARTICLE]

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SHORTHAND WRITERS Singapore Shorthand Writers' Association is now subscribing to the popular English weeklies as well as the local Sunday papers, and it h hoped that this will encourage more members to come to the Association on Saturdays and Sundays. Pin Took U also available. The annual spec competition will

CHINESE ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE ASSN. Chinese Association fixtures for "B billiards handicap Bye K. C. Gan Plus 30 vs. Chew Chow Lak 70, July 20, Bye Chan Weng Kwye 20 vs. Lim Tin Soon July 21, J.P. Tham 20 vs. S. Fun?; scr. July 9. Ong Soo Keng —50 vs. V P Tan

MERRY YOUNGSTERS [ARTICLE]

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MERRY YOUNGSTERS The tt-w of the Merry-Youngsters' Badminton Party tournament will take place today at the party's new court at 5 p m. The first tie will be played on Tuesday at 5.30 pjn. The following are the events Open mci.'s singles champ: onshio (league system), open men's Junior singles

C.E.P.L. BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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C.E.P.L. BADMINTON The CEP L. Badminton Association. Rengam. and the J.V.E. medical deta:hment, held their badminton double, and tingles tournament ftnalo. competing for Major A. Gould's and Dr. R. Hall's Cups. The cups were presented by Mrs. Farquharson of Rengair. Estate. Results (winners named .Irs 4 C.E P.L Slnslos— R.

SOCIAL A.P. [ARTICLE]

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SOCIAL A.P. Tlie following wi".. represent the Social Athletic Party at football M the H.M.S. Terror today at the J C S.A. ground at Balestier Plain Kick off at 5.10 p m Sim Ah Pang, Tok Som Mui. Too Ban Teck, Snc Ah Lye, Choo Senj Qiico. Eoh Kirn tv:eo

UNION SPORTING [ARTICLE]

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UNION SPORTING Union Sporting Association members will regret to learn of the death of Mr. Sim Thiam Hwee's grandmother. The funeral takes place today at 10 a.m. Members are requested to attend in full force.

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The Star Union football team of Kuala Lumpur.

AMATEUR SPORTING ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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AMATEUR SPORTING ASSN. The postponed monthly meeting will be held on Monday at 8 pin. at the residence of Mr Khoo Eng Watt, 41. Craig Road. A sports committee meeting will be held on Monday at the residence of Mr. Khoo Eiry Whatt at 7.15 p.m.

GARRISON LEAGUE [ARTICLE]

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GARRISON LEAGUE FORT CANNING BEAT II (S) BATTERY From A Correspondent. Fort Canning gained a rousing success in the Garrison League at Blakang Mati when they defeated II (S) Battery by four goals t~> two. The visiting side had been the better team in the first half. They revealed clever

DUBLIN GOLF CLUB [ARTICLE]

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DUBLIN GOLF CLUB (From Our Own Correspondent) Alor Star The following are the results oi the Dublin Golf Club June monthly medal (stroke) Bogey 71 D. Campbell 75--14 61, Syed Abdul Rahman 86 24 62, H. A. Campbell C3— l6 ST. Che Dm 87—16 71. Wan Ismail 107-34 73. E.

EVATT'S FOOTBALL. [ARTICLE]

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EVATT'S FOOTBALL. The following will represent Evatt and Co., football team in a frlendlj game against the Great Eastern Lif« Assurance Co. on Monday at the Geylang stadium:— Alex Tan. L. S. Reutens, Chan Boon Hock. Suppiah. R. Bennett, A Muniyandi. Seng Hoe. A. N. Other, A. A. Dias. Wee

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JOE DIAMOND TO MEET SOM PONG ON FRIDAY [ARTICLE]

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JOE DIAMOND TO MEET SOM PONG ON FRIDAY "Letghtoti" By Batu Pahat Negro Skilled And Tough: Siamese A Born Fighter: Quee In Action Again: New Trainer For Malaya •THE Singapore Boxing Board of i Control have approved Mr. B. I Bell's card for next Friday at the New World Stadium.

FIRST DEFEAT [ARTICLE]

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FIRST DEFEAT TOWN MALAYS BEATEN BY CHINESE (From Our Own Correspondent.) Segamat. IN spite of brilliant goalkeeping by Lambak. the youthful Town Malays suffered their first defeat in the Segamat and District football league at the hands of the Chinese Recreation Club by one goal to nil. But for a

NEGRI CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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NEGRI CRICKET STATE TEAM FURTHER WEAKENED (From Our Own Correspondent ■> Seremban. I UNDERSTAND that the Negri Sem- bilan cricket team against Selangor has been weakened by further changes. V. E. H. Rhodes, who was selected. Is unable to play while J. E. Edmonds Is competing in the Negrl Sembilan

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The Permit Malaya Cup football team, which drew with Selangor 2— z. The Setan* or Malar* Cup football team which drew with Femrk Z—Z.

Selangor Club To Lay Down A New Wicket [ARTICLE]

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Selangor Club To Lay Down A New Wicket "Sprißffbok" By iTTHE ball has been doing some queer things on the Selangor Club's pitch on the padang this season, and it is good to know that when bats and pads are put away at I the end of the season the

NEGRI OUT OF FOONG SEONG CUP [ARTICLE]

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NEGRI OUT OF FOONG SEONG CUP (From Our Own Correspon-ient/> Seremban. Saturday. THE Negri Sembilan Badminton Awo--1 elation has been affiliated to the Malayan Badminton Association, but this State will not be compettac In this year's inter-State competition for the Foong Seong Cap. Badminton enthusiasts, however, will bs pleased to

K.E.S. FIXTURES [ARTICLE]

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K.E.S. FIXTURES i From Our Own Correspondent.) Taiptng. King Edward VII School. Talping. has arranged several inter-school fixtures this season, and they will be meeting the Sultan Abdul Hamid College (Alor Star) on July 11. the Government English School (Buklt Mertajam) on July 18, and the Penang Free School on

HULL CUP TIES JORINTHIANS OR THE CUSTOMS? [ARTICLE]

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HULL CUP TIES JORINTHIANS OR THE CUSTOMS? (From Our Own Correspondent Johore Bahru. rE Hull Cop competition for 1936 will begin on July 9. Last year's winners, the Johore Military Forces, are not competing and the draw for the cup U July 9 (1) Medical Sports dub vs. Pontlan Football

NEGRI FOOTBALL [ARTICLE]

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NEGRI FOOTBALL (From Our Own Correspondent. i Seremban. The Negrl Sembilan Football League shield will go this year either to the Malays or the Chinese. Both teams are level in the matter of points or rather should be, if the Chinese win the next game, whirh they arc expected to

SHEPPARD CUP [ARTICLE]

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SHEPPARD CUP (From Our Own Correspondent.) Taiptng. Saturday. The third round of the annual interclub doubles badminton tournament for the Sheppard Cup has been completed. The champions last year, the Lodge Badminton Party "A" sensationally lost to the T.P.C.L. "A" in the first round, and are now a point behind

SEGAMAT LEAGUE FOOTBALL [ARTICLE]

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SEGAMAT LEAGUE FOOTBALL POOR SHOWING BY CHINESE (From Our Own Correspondent) Segamat. rpHREE more matches were played last wc?>: in the Segamat District football league. The Government Services gained ano'uh°r two points by beating the Polics to the tune of four goals to one. while the Chinese were lucky to

BATU PAHAT TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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BATU PAHAT TENNIS First round results of the Batu Pahat d'-jtrict lawn tennis tournament were: Doubles: Rarr.iali and G. Derasagayaai bent Hong Long and Mnhew Lee 6—3; 6—2: A; N. Chatterjl tnd Maiid beat He.mid r.nd Ami 6—3: fr--4: Ali and S. K. Ponanipalam beat Richardson and Walker 6—o 6—l

AHMAD THE CHAMPION [ARTICLE]

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AHMAD THE CHAMPION (From Our Own Correspondents Taiplns. The Railway Institute, Taiplng. held their annual athletic sports last weekend. Ahmad, a parcel clerk, won the championship being first in the 100 yards, 230 yards, 440 yards.

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g£m* SBE THE MWM CSOWNEO SIAMESE CHAMPION MWT THE CONQUSBOB OT BABY JOHNSON THE M.*lv WHO ?>*& BEAT RATHABX rdfetk FRIDAY, JULY iOtfi ggUf at the NEW WORLD ARENA L 12-3 BON. SENSATIONAL. TSKILUNG, BOUNDS g? J X> SOMPONG DIAMOND ■A .SIAMKSF CHAMPION) (MALAYAN BLACK BSCSKT) rfSBB WHO WILL WIN?

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HORSES IRELAND-MALAY STATES. I BUY I IRISH-BRED HORSES 1 1 WIN RACES 1936 The following Irish Bred Horses have won races during the first four months racing in 1936: ATHLACCA FINANCIER LITTLE MOTHER AURORA GEE UP MOUNTAIN STREAM CHEERFVL EYES KMCBALE QUOTA DRIFTING HOME KIRTLE REPUBLICAN FAIR FIELDS KNIGHT'S EYE

14,000 Miles A Year On Errands Of Mercy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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14,000 Miles A Year On Errands Of Mercy CINGAPORE, FROM THE MOST UNINTELLIGENT UPWARDS, IS AMBULANCE CONSCIOUS THESE DAYS. Inside that upholstered, comfortable and fully equipped vehicle, travelling to hospital on its errand of mercy, may be a bloody and mangled body or a wellbuilt, bearded Sikh looking glassily at

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A. IK -HOuLE" LLEPIIAM .-j.-h io i h« been terro/isin- Xaippor. village r>n :He Kuala |MV(.ikKoad. after i! had been killeU by M B. P. Macnamaxa. O.S.P.C. Kuata Kangsw UiUrfet. He broofht down Ihc elephant when it was char fit* him and only 20 feet a-way. Mr. Masiuunara b standing

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(TFGcdluitfs a Mellow »n.l Friendly Spltlt THE "BIRD" THAT SCORcS^ W A "BIRDIE" BUYS THF.^^^^ "BLACK &WHITE" SOLE AGENTS. MALAYA- W.S. 22

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V 9 HF& KEAGER'P r^J/1 GIN \j T« EASTERN AGENCIES ITD. Sensible, she is. She was Lj convalescence. She knew fresh air and exercise are good but not aIL There should be some effective blood creating substance to build up with She looked around observed some once anaemic people become