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Sunday Tribune (Singapore), 10 October 1937

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The Sunday Tribune VOL s—Na is. SINGAPORE, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1937. FIVE CENTS.

German Rotary Clubs Are Dying [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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German Rotary Clubs Are Dying MR. Richard Sidney, the secretary for Asia. Rotary International, has received the flowing cahle from headquarters m Chicago: **You may announce that Rotary Cubs m Germany have decided to resign from Rotary International and to disband as a consequence of the disagreement of the National

PLANES SHOT DOWN [ARTICLE]

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PLANES SHOT DOWN Chinese Claim 48 In September Shanghai. Oct. 9. According to official figures, the Chinese shot down 48 Japanese aeroplanes m September, including 15 at Nanking, eight at Shanghai and ut Canton.- Reuter

AMERICA DIVIDED ON FAR EAST ISSUE [ARTICLE]

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AMERICA DIVIDED ON FAR EAST ISSUE CONGRESS TAKES A STRAW VOTE OPPOSED TO ACTION WILL NINE POWERS ADOPT BOYCOTT PLAN? Elkon, Nevada Oct. 9. *K*INA(NCIAL and economic ostracism" is suggested as the most liktly course to be adopted by th? Nine-Power Conference, m a statement by Senator Pit: man, wJo

CHINFSE OFFENSIVE [ARTICLE]

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CHINFSE OFFENSIVE Nanyang Siang Pau "B&xhte Tenth" Chosen For Roar inning Shanghai. Oct. 0 The Chinese have decided to launch the greatest offensive on all fronts on Oct. 10. tho Chinese National Day. According to what, a Chinese high military official told to foreign press representatives, the Chinese soldiers will

Flying Boat For Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Flying Boat For Singapore SURVEY FLIGHT TO EAST NEW SERVICE Empire Boats In A Few Months ANF of the Imperial Airway* flymc boaff: will come to Singapore on Mirvcy fli-rht townrds the md of this month. The machine vrhUj|« will make the* Journey is th« Satyrus one of thr» Kent

GENERAL FU CHU'S POLICY [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL FU CHU'S POLICY "Will Resist To Last Man" Shanghai, Oct. 9. rTHAT General Matsui "talked through his hat" was the comment made by a Chinese military spokesman regarding the Japanese Commander- in-Chief proclamation. He said that General Mat--ui'3 remark that the Japanese army has no ill will towards the

SUBMARINE ATTACK ON DESTROYER [ARTICLE]

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SUBMARINE ATTACK ON DESTROYER Admiralty Denial Causes Surprise London, Oct. 9. SURPRISE has been created by (be v Admiralty denial of the tubmarine attack >i. M.S. "Ba&illste,* 1 which wai authoritatively reported on Monday. Ac cording to r r reports, an official Gf the Admiralty admitted that deptu charges were

DUM-DUM BULLETS [ARTICLE]

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DUM-DUM BULLETS Sin Chew Jit Poh Used By Japanese On Shanghai Front? Shanghai, Oct. 9. SINCE the night of Oct. 7 up to yest.ordry morning, the Japanese artillery altogether discharged pver 2.U00 shells, breaking all previous records. Most of the shells, however, were aimlessly discharged, and consequently no important military

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"Old Babe," a famous elephant In Wa.'&ingUm's national zoo, has just died after lying down for the first timein nine years.

FOOTBALL TOUR TO MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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FOOTBALL TOUR TO MALAYA Islington Corinthians LEFT LONDON LAST WEEK •By Air Mall) (From Cur On n Correipona^nt > London, Sept. 29 rpWEXTY-ONE athletic young Lcm don men, whose a%<^ ;iv« rage 2S are starting next Monday on a rounH < the-world footbali tour, testing aiglri moni hs And Uwy

Yesterday's Home Football [ARTICLE]

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Yesterday's Home Football CHARLTON TROUNCE PORTSMOUTH Rochdale Fare Badly At Chester "f;7 f London, Oct. 9. DESULTS of English and Scottish ft football matches played to-day were as follows: ENGLISH LEAGUE, DIV. I Charlton 5 Portsmouth 1 UheLsea 2 Arsenal l jjjiby C. 1 Brentford 3 Grimsby T. 2 Middlesbrough

Hongkong Govt. & Sinking Of Junks [ARTICLE]

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Hongkong Govt. Sinking Of Junks Hongkong, Oct. I. THE Colony Government has appointed a Commission under the chairmanship of the Chi»*f Justice. Sir Atholl MacGregor, to enquire > nto ne alleged sinking of Ashing junks by Japanese sub- marines.— Reuter

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ni:v W ITH VOllt RKBAKPAST TRIBUTE

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THE TIDES TO-DAY:— MG am 8 ft. 1 m.; 1 15 |».m 9 ft. TO-MORROW— ?2S am. 7 ft X im 1 52 p.m., 8 ft Ins. r

MALAY CONSTABLE FINED FOR DRUNKENNESS [ARTICLE]

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MALAY CONSTABLE FINED FOR DRUNKENNESS RICKSHA PULLER ASSAULTED FINES OF $7O Intoxicated When On Duty Singapore, Saturday. MOHAMED Atop bin Abu. a Malay police constable of the Beach Road Police Station was this morning convicted by Mr. H. A. Forrer, District Jud^e, Criminal District Court, on charges of being intoxicated

MAGIC CIRCLE [ARTICLE]

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MAGIC CIRCLE $2,000 For Scholarship Fund 11TE have received a at of ac- *f counts for the I ie Cir- i cle's production h was staged at tbe Victoria Theatre on June 16, IV, 18, 19 and 24. A i Tor $2,000, whl ?h was the sum required, has been

NEW MENTAL ASYLUM IN JOHORE [ARTICLE]

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NEW MENTAL ASYLUM IN JOHORE "Rongeng" Followed By Dancing (From Our Own Correspondent) Johore Bahru, Oct. 8. -•GUGH there was no official open- Ins of the New Mental Asylum erected ai the 7th. mile, Tampoi Road. lore Bahru. the staff of the Hospiir.l atcd the occasion last night with a

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Acceptance of the resignation of Mr. John Lamb as a Justice of the Peace for the Settlement of Penang is reI m the Government Gazette just iiuca H.E. the Governor accepts the nation and revokes the appointment m exercise of the powers vested him by Section 73 (V of the

SHARE-PUSHING FRAUD CHARGE [ARTICLE]

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SHARE-PUSHING FRAUD CHARGE AMAZING EVIDENCE AT OLD BAILEY (By Air Mail) London, Sept. 29. J^NOWN m the West-end as "the Count," and m Essex as "the Squire of Wickford," Henry Isaac Rothfk-ld, 50 year-old cigar merchant,, police informer, and sharepusher, is to-day m Brixton Gaol preparing to serve a sentence

HEALTH IN EASTERN PORTS [ARTICLE]

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HEALTH IN EASTERN PORTS League Of Nations Bulletin rpKE following is the health bulletin 1- of Sic I.^p^mo of Nation.^ Eastern Bir-eau, Singapore, for the week ended Oct. 2:Plague: No notification of plaju^ b&s "keen received from any of the Eastern ports for thj week. Cho'ura: The mos: noticeable feature

BOOK BY FORMER GOVERNOR [ARTICLE]

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BOOK BY FORMER GOVERNOR Fond .Memories NOT PERMANENTLY WITHDRAWN <Frovi Our Ouv. Corresvondt (Pv Air Mail) London, Sept. 29. QIR Laurence Guiilemard's book "Trivial Fond Memories" has not been permanently withdrawn -but 1 will be re-issued later, ICei Methuen inform me. The preei-o reason for the decision Ito recall the

ROTARY AND RELIEF WORK [ARTICLE]

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ROTARY AND RELIEF WORK For All Sufferers Without Distinction WE have received the following ietter from Mr. T. H. Stone, president of the Singapore Rotary Club:— The Shanghai Rotary Club is cocperating with the International Red Cress m alleviating suffering m Shanghai, and they need fund:; and medical supplies urgently.

PIECEGOODS TRADE [ARTICLE]

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PIECEGOODS TRADE Manchester Becoming: Concerned •By Air Moil' 'From Our Oilti Correspondent London, Sept. 29. "MANCHESTER shippers are becoming iT concernod over the inroads Indian cotton piecepoods sre making into the trade formerly done by Lancashire m the Far Eastern m&rfa According to the ester Evening Chronicle" within the past

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The Government Caz tu* notifies that., unless cause is shown to the contrary, the Palais De Duise Ltd., will at expiration of three montl Oct. 2, be .struck off the of Companies and will be dissolved.

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r MALAYAN PiIEMiEH HOT.CL 4 y^^^, iuji^ y THIS WEEK'S CABARET A I TRACTION 5 STAR ARTISTES BRYMAN'S REVUE j S AN ENSEMBLE OF I DANCING ACROBATICS^BURLESQUE— COxMEDY. A MINIATURE REVUE. DON'T MISS THIS EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME. S RAFFLES ORCHESTRA Directed by Dan Hopkins at Telejrraphic Address. >PH 6934 GOODWOOD

Combined Manoeuvres In Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Combined Manoeuvres In Singapore SPIRITED MIMIC WARFARE Night Attack GOOD WORK BY VOLUNTEERS ngspan, Sunday. lliS I>: v j^y the General Officer Command!!!? held his annual ipcction of the Straits Settlements V nte Force yesterday and today and saw th-em at work m the field. Tki :he Volunteers took up

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■I» .1 urst uecidirg at the Salvation Army Church m Singapore took place yesterday, uhen Bffcs Yen Ygirt Hoeg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Yeo Wee Urn \.ti-une the bride of Mr. Ons Kay Sung, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ong Swee Sent. Krieatiier II A. Lore! officiated and a

CHINESE OFFICIAL STATEMENT [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE OFFICIAL STATEMENT Poison Gas Used By Japanese? A CHINESE official communique dated i% Oct. 8, states:— Severe fighting occurred all day northwest of Lotien. The determined'chinese defenders attacked east of the LiuhangShanghai highway and the Japanese were driven back south of Wentsaopan Creek, wtoe the Japanese were seen picking

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His Excellency the Genera! Officer Commanding with other officers at the commencement of the military operations m Singapore on Saturday.

NEW PUBLIC HALL FOR SING A PORK [ARTICLE]

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NEW PUBLIC HALL FOR SING A PORK Dato Roland Braddell's Suggestion DATO Roland Braddcll, vice-president of the recently formed Friends of Singapore Society, has put forward a proposal to provide Singapore with a public hall and galieries out ol iunds at present m existence. These funds are the Van Kleef

HUGESSEN MISSING SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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HUGESSEN MISSING SINGAPORE Steamer Sails Direct To Bali Manila, Oct. 9. IT now appears that the "Tjisadane," will not be calling at Singapore but will be sailing direct to Bali, Java.— Reuter. In an earlier message from Manila, Reu'ter reported that Sir Hughe Knatch-bull-Hugessen was leaving for Singapoie on Oct.

WEDDING AT THE CATHEDRAL [ARTICLE]

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WEDDING AT THE CATHEDRAL Dr. Clarence Smith And Miss Barbara Allen Singapore, Saturday. WEDDING bells pealed forth bright and cheerful at five o'clock this afternoon to note that the wedding of Miss Barbara Agne.s Allen and Dr. Clarence Edmond Smith had just tnken place. The bride is the daughter of

ENGINEERS AT DINNER [ARTICLE]

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ENGINEERS AT DINNER Governor Present CO-OPERATION AM) RESEARCH Singapore, Saturday. "UflllLE we do play a |ISt part m modem life, that is largely ah acknowledged fact, I think that the general public should realise what engineers have done for them, and if we can get together more oiten we will

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE DLATH. [OBITUARY]

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE DLATH. Mr. V. Narayanasamy passed away at his residence, No. 107, Sophia Road, at 7.30 pjn., yesterday. The cortege will leave the house at 4 p.m., to-day, for the Hindoo Cemetery, Bidadarl.

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S. E LEVY CO. Shanghai, Hongkong, Manila, Singapore. Investment Bankers and Brokers m Securities and Commodities. Daily Foreign Market Cable and Quotation Service. Members NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE. COMMODITY EXCHANGE, INC. OF N.Y. NEW YORK COFFEE SUGAR EXCHANGE. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. CANADIAN COMMODITY EXCHANGE. SHANGHAI STOCK EXCHANGE. HONGKONG SHARE

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"In malaria Sanatogen has a most remarkable effect on the debilitated system The strength to resist the weakening influence of the malaria parasites returns, the number of red blood corpuscles increases and the patient gains m body weight, and within a short time feels fit and healthy again" Indian Medical

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M.G.M/s GAY, SLICK ADVENTURE, FRO M (THE wSTORY BY BARONESS ORC Z V S ANOTHER SENSATIONAL TRIUMPH Pll I I 1 11 SHOWS TO-DA V l\ ir^^^ivn l 5 615 915 SHE YIELDED HER KISSES j This could not be the dangerous adventures they warned him about. Nights of bliss

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SEVERE FIGHTING AT SHANGHAI Soggy Ground And Rainfall Shanghai, Oct. 8. CEVERE fighting continues intheShanv ghai area, but even more bloody encounters are foreshadowed as the result of General Matsui's announcement. The Japanese claim they have advanced several points, but the Chinese dispute this, and say notwithstanding the increasing pressure

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"High, wide And Handsome —A Magnificent Film [ARTICLE]

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"High, wide And Handsome A Magnificent Film ROMANCE, DRAMA MUSIC STORY OF PENNSYLVANIA OIL FIELDS fpHE simplest way to describe "High, Wide and Handsome," which opens shortly at the Alhambra Theatre, Singapore, is to say that it is BMgnift ent entertainment. In it you will find practically all the ingredients

"THE STREET SINGER " [ARTICLE]

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"THE STREET SINGER Arthur Riscoe As A Conjurer ILTHOl'fia Arthur Riscoe haa ap- peared m numerous stage and •creen plays, and is a well-known oomedian. the first time he has ever worn a comedy make-up is m -The Street Singer," the new Associated British offering, which British National produce, and

Story Of Mother Love [ARTICLE]

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Story Of Mother Love "MIDNIGHT MADONNA Warren William As A Gambler A DRAMATIC story of a mother*! fight for her child, snatched from her by a worthless husband who wants the baby so thai he can administer the huge estate she inherited, br.ngs Warren William, Mady Correll, Kitty Clancy a;id

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Lovely Irene Dunne and f/nndscm? Randolph Scatt who appear m "Ugh, Wit'c and Handsome" at the Alhainbra Theatre, Sngayjore, on Wnlne day.

A LAVISH MUSICAL [ARTICLE]

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A LAVISH MUSICAL Yea r's Greatest Variety Show THE Capitol Theatre, Singapore, will present to Us patrons shortly, the greatest varie'y musical production ever made "Calling: All Stars," the triumph of 1937 with a score of lavish musical, radio and variety ac's. Often enough m the past cinemas have claimed

THE LOVE STORY OF DIANE & CHICO [ARTICLE]

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THE LOVE STORY OF DIANE CHICO VIVIDLY PICTURISED IN 'SEVENTH HEAVEN' 'FHE honours m "Seventh Heaven" and there are for all concerned are divided primarily between V \y moving picturization of this, the tenderest rorand the fact that m it emerges fully an ■etresa destim d t as the greatest

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A touching scene from "Seventh Heaven," featuring Simone Sim n James Stewart is the next change at the Capitol Theatre,

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tfil Arth-.:r Ttaiy and Margaret Lockwcod in a scene from "The Street Singer" ■Web will l-f sireened at the Pavilion Theatre, Singapore, shortly. your Hat §irt\ < batters:: 7 jm/jQ^^ ko lit your p«rion«lify and rAf iWe^ /i W^"ftT BATTERSBT HATS FOB MEN

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Read The MALAYA TRIBUNE For The Best Sports Reports [4 BOON TO LANDLORDS j ERADICATE WIIITE ANTS AND PESTS THAT DESTROY VALUABLE AND BEAUIIFUL BUILDINGS. We Are No Amateurs— Wo Corns to You with a Malayan I EXPERIENCE of 25 years j 1 COMPLETE ERADICATION ANT) SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Inspection, Reports

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WITHOUT PURE ELCOO HEALTH IS IMPOSSIBLE. Neve- bsf j< <■.-. wua there anything IM» it, nor a., o us marvellous piop-r.iv* likely ever ca b<3 cqu*.i jJ diseases arising from impure bl ioa ttseurc'ieb out and cxptla from t ie vita> current e^ttry lurking trace of poisonous maiter. curing blood

This Strange World [ARTICLE]

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This Strange World "Dead" Man's Suicide— Lawsuit By Convict— Meteorite Falls In Russia— Black Magic"" Arrests I TTERE are some strange stories from Reuter correspondents m many parts of the world: I MAN WHO DIED TWICE Belgrade. A man who was officially "dead" for 20 years has just committed suicide.

40,000,000 ACRES IRRIGATED [ARTICLE]

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40,000,000 ACRES IRRIGATED India's Hu^e "Water Works" Simla THE total acreage now under irrigation 1 m India is approximately 40 000 00n according to figures just published her!" T nitration works provide direct f-molov ment for no fewer than SOimoOQO peon* or a seventh of the country's populatio This acreage

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HE WAS SAVED FROM AN OPERATION After 8 Years Suffering \wth Gastric Ulcers People suffering from gastric ulcers have always the dread possibility hanging over them that their condition will eventually lead to the operating table. That was the case with this man, who tried all kinds of treatment for

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POULTRY NOTES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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POULTRY NOTES For Beginners EVERY family must have, at one time or another, entertained the desireto raise 11 poultry and to supply the fai jle with fresh eggs that are not on d to taste, but also good for th. rden space, or even if you ha- urden at ah,

HELP ! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HELP »w Tha mit h *t Pinkettes give when *ie temper gets out of hand through fverishne&s or other upsets of the dige.spful to men ao well jus < w onu- a gentle yet quickly c'j e and liver regulator is *Jl v: are tiny, .sugar-coat-W, all-vegetable pills which neither

DEADLY RADIATIONS FROM HUMAN BODY [ARTICLE]

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DEADLY RADIATIONS FROM HUMAN BODY K. A. Thompson By D.O.Sc. (Dr. of Ocular Science) Evil rays emitted from human blood, finger tips, the ends of noses or flashed from eyes, which have been discovered at Cornell University to kill yeast and presumably other microorganisms, may have an influence on studies

Contract Bridge [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Contract Bridge Horatius BIDDING A GRAND SLAM (By XJERE is a hand which was well bid by two players and which demonstrated the great strength of a bid m the enemy suit. Sam and Sue were partners and Sam dealt himself and Sue the following hands: Sam Sue S— None

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UNCLE JOSEPB: by VIOLET FABER [ARTICLE]

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UNCLE JOSEPB: by VIOLET FABER Our Short Story ty^ )U >rget, Alfred, fche money f< r the milkn an's undei j the clock— and b< you put t hi cat oat !a>t tiling Th-.- b h swim/ round the corner of the street. Mrs. Niblett, gather- I injr up h

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-DIAMOND' ULDS ARH A f> SOUND INVLbi :.K.NT You spend one-third of \kjl J j your tile ia bed. therefore your bedstead i\ the ni./-.i I iatportaot item of (urnrtur* "A is your bouse y> Do not be satisfied with n anything inferior to a DIAMOND Bedstead, which' Q b

STRICTLY BETWEEN OURSELVES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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STRICTLY BETWEEN OURSELVES •JJOW take," said t! u Chartered Accountant I >i retiring. You wouldn't thii -I. our Hf« m the East, that one bottle of whisky v.^ek when you retire wou s be unduly extravagant, would you?" D€ m the group said cautiously that he would not consider this

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"Acorn" Brand Milk is m- I B B T]|V ppred from the rich creamy VIAAXiV Milk of Jersey Cows airl norsesses all the freshness of New Zealand's luscio'l3 meadows. It is particularly de'.icious with fruit salad s, makes cereal foods moro tempting and bringr, out the flavour, of coffee, tea,

A Woman Peeps At Singapore. [ARTICLE]

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A Woman Peeps At Singapore. By our woman correspondent kVru and Heard Vi iting friends is Mrs. R d H. Ellis before she to her family and home in' ton, New Zealand. She Singapore m June to it at her daughter, Mrs U« R. Harper's wedding. Next he will co

Around the Shops [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Around the Shops npHE difficulty with many women who A wish to be beautiful m the truest sense of the word is that they will no' jse their reasoning powers and ccmmo isense. They are far from consistent and will rush from one beauty centre to another, thereby submitting their

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NOTES from KUALA LUMPUR and FRASER'S HILL [ARTICLE]

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NOTES from KUALA LUMPUR and FRASER'S HILL THE advent of October brings m its train pleasant anticipation of Christmas festivities and celebrations such as those of Armistice Day and St. Andrew's by which they are precede::. In ,-onscquence a cheery and busy season is on the tapis during which the

OUR FRASER'S HILL LETTER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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OUR FRASER'S HILL LETTER AN the very few fine v evenings we have on the Hill of late, the sunsets have been remarkably beautiful and have lasted for some considerable time, but en othex evening, i^** quite so fine, visitors to the Hill for the first time are apt to

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To prevent or cure Prickly Heat Use AGNESIA ANTISEPTIC DUSTING POWDER daily after the bath. Price: $0.60 small box. $1.50 family box. Manufactured m Singapore by Graf ton Laboratories.

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SUNDAY TRIBUNE Singapore: Sunday, Oct. 10, 1937. TRAPFIC PROBLEMS [ARTICLE]

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SUNDAY TRIBUNE Singapore: Sunday, Oct. 10, 1937. TRAPFIC PROBLEMS BK public attention ed on traffic pro- during the last few :.is to us that the rttine for the holding of r:>ment inquiry m s me uniformity hout the country on hich there is at pr oce of opinion. which lent

TWILIGHT OF DICTATORSHIPS? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TWILIGHT OF DICTATORSHIPS? C. H. W. Goult HP HERE probably never was a tima when the world of international politics enjoyed an unruffled calm. However weli founded the peace of nation?, there is always an atmosphere of tensim between one and another which seems to threaten new disaster and chaos.

WIT and WISDOM Of the WEEK. [ARTICLE]

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WIT and WISDOM Of the WEEK. Anglius rE following incident, of course, did not occur m Singapore, for few of us carry umbrellas. A A LITTLE man, looking very worried, dashed into a bar, and ordered a small lemon m a voice shaking with rage. '•You look angry," said a

New Singapore School Of Art [ARTICLE]

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New Singapore School Of Art PAINTING, SCULPTURE AND MODELLING SEQUEL TO JAPANESE RAID ON SHANGHAI NEW, modern School ot Art for Singapore, is the direct sequel to the recent Japu*sc nid on Shanghai. Mr. V. A. Zasipkin, a Ri:- n ar'U! of considerable repute, who has worked m Shanghai ft

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A portrait m oils, painted by >Tr. Zav pkin. of the French Consul General m Shanghai.

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A portrait m oils, painted by Mr. Zasipkin, of the Consul General for the United States m Shanghai.

TEXTILE QUOTAS PROBLEM [ARTICLE]

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TEXTILE QUOTAS PROBLEM Minister's Reply LANCASHIRE RESENTS CEYLON ACTION (By Air Mail) (From Our Own Correspondent) London.. Sept. 22. LEGISLATIVE measures m Singapore to tighten up the textile import quotas regulation have reassured many m Lancashire who had been shaking gloomy heads m fear that the easing of the quo

THE EYE OF DEFENCE [ARTICLE]

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THE EYE OF DEFENCE Piercing The Fog Screen (.By Air Mail) London, Sept. 10. INVFXTORS m many countriei* have almost simultaneously solved the problem of detecting material objects hidden from the eye by cloud or fog, and practical use on a limited scale is being made of the discovery. The

AVIATION PROGRESS [ARTICLE]

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AVIATION PROGRESS Civil Air Services In Free State (By Air Mail) London, Sept. 16. IN recent times the Irish Free State has made remarkable strides In the matter oi aviat.on, and last week was marked by a further advance. On Thursday Aer Lingus, Teoranta, the company which runs cross- Channel

MILKMEN'S STRIKE [ARTICLE]

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MILKMEN'S STRIKE Amsterdam. A milkmen's strike has caused a complete milk "iamine" m Eindhoven, the industrial town m the south of Hoi' and. Tne milkmen, who number about 120, are on strike over salary cuts. A conference held between those concerned m the conflict and presided over by a Gobernment

"Countess" On Cheque Fraud Charges [ARTICLE]

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"Countess" On Cheque Fraud Charges Woman No Fixed Address CTATED to have had a hanK ac- count m the name of Counters rfc la FHd n 33-yrar old woman, described as !>orecn de la Feld. of no fixed address, was remanded on bail at West London Police Court recently on

MORE MEN FOR THE ARMY [ARTICLE]

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MORE MEN FOR THE ARMY Rise In Recruiting Rate (By Air Mail) London. Sept. 16 THE r-ite of recruitment for botn tlrRegular and the Territorial Armies continues to make encouraging increase It is. however, too early yet to estimate whether the progress displayed will end m being sufficient for what

SEA SERPENT CAPTURED [ARTICLE]

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SEA SERPENT CAPTURED After Two-Day Battle Off Newfoundland Coast Fortune Harbour. Newfoundland. Fishermen nave caught a sea- err at off the com! here aft r a tv. battle with puns, harpoons and la Tie monster was 35 VjkA long \vi h :i ;irh f)f 25 feet and a tail nine

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A SCOTSMAN LOOKS AT MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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A SCOTSMAN LOOKS AT MALAYA W.B. Paterson In Which I Discourse On The Many Needs Of Malaya And Mention Three Which Are At Least Worthy Of Immediate Attention. •QFUNNY. The more one looks at a thing, or endeavours to look at it, the less one fr likely to see of

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AT HOME 20 WEEKS WITH RHEUMATISM Wife Feared Husband Would Never Work Again When her husband had been at home 20 i > v.ifh rheumatism In his back. ■th nan began to think he would rer wort again. At. last, .she said to him: "Let's try Kruschen," and the cJMLCge

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COLOMBO'S WATER DANGERS [ARTICLE]

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COLOMBO'S WATER DANGERS MAY NOT BE SAFE TO DRINK £JR. I* Fabian Hirst, the former City Microbiologist now m England on retirement, has found a snag m the proposed extension of the Colombo water supply catchment 1 area. precautions are taken against pollution, he warns, there finite danger of contamination.

SWEDISH EXPLORER HOME Indian Culture Finds In South America [ARTICLE]

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SWEDISH EXPLORER HOME Indian Culture Finds In South America Stockholm. mounta n country m South America never before trodden by a white man was traversed by the Swedish explorer. Professor Gustaf Bolinder. who has returned here after being away for more than a year. On his travels he was accompanied

FRENCH FORESTS Guide Published For Benefit Of British Tourists [ARTICLE]

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FRENCH FORESTS Guide Published For Benefit Of British Tourists 53Fi7 Paris. Vast new areas of France have now been "thrown open" to British tourists holidaymaking on the Continent. This nas been achieved by the publication of n complete guide to French forests Dy -,he Under-Secret ary of State for Agriculture.

GERMAN IDEA OF SPORT [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN IDEA OF SPORT "To Make The Nation Fit For Defence" Berlin. HOW sport m Germany i 6 being us:d to improve the military qualities of the nations manhood was emphasised by Chief of Staff Victor Lu'ze, head of the Storm Troops m an interview given to the official Nazi

POLICE DOGS [ARTICLE]

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POLICE DOGS Being Trained To Track Down Tobacco Smugglers I Budapest. Police dogs are being specially train- ed m the region of Nyiregyhaza to track down tobacco smugglers. Last year 1.939 men were prosecuted for tobacco-smuggling and prison sentences amounting to 2754 days were imposed on those who could not

RUBBER STOCKS INCREASE [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER STOCKS INCREASE i U.S. PLEASED August Figures Not Reassuring (From Our Oku Correspondent) By Air Mail. London, Sept. 22. SOME gratification is felt m official quarters m London that American rubber stocks increased by 6,612 tons during August. The reduction of stocks during July had aroused misgiving on the

"GOLD" STAMPS [ARTICLE]

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"GOLD" STAMPS South Africa's Mining Issue Too Dear Durban. The "gold" postage stamps recently issued by South Africa may have a short life. The cost of printing the gold background on the stamps, which are symbolic of the Union's gold-mining industry, is proving so heavy that philatelists believe the issue

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Read The MALAYA TRIBUNE For The Best Sports Reports taSSHEERS f^ SIT DOWN AND THINK THIS OVER reaiiy cie thousands of .-'<"'-■" oppo;!un ties around you but unless you know just where they art and f-ow to prepare for them the E*.^ .C cSopcos ere that your opportunCAC pass by

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Oh, My Poor Legs "^^s^^^t^m wit That Awful Fatigue! Do You Know it? That Agonising Pain Have You Suffered it DO your legs throb and burn Is your body tortured with the ptfcll Pi rheumatism < Do piles make your life a misery Docs your heart fail to keep your

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The characters m this story are entirely imaginary. No reference is intended to any living person or to any public or private company.

THE PLACE DE LA CONCORDE [ARTICLE]

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THE PLACE DE LA CONCORDE Declared To Be "Historic Monument" Paris. THE Place de la Concorde, one of tto most famous squares m the world, has been solemnly declared an historic monument by a decree of the Minister of National Education. This means that its form cannot be altered m

"YARD" AS MODEL [ARTICLE]

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"YARD" AS MODEL For Johannesburg Police Re-Organisation Johannesburg. Complete reorganisation of the Johannesburg police system, with Scotland Yard as the model and with special improvements to suit local eondil ons, is to be carried out m an ambitious scheme to check crime In the city. The hrst part, of the

CAPTAIN WALLACE'S WARNING [ARTICLE]

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CAPTAIN WALLACE'S WARNING What War Would Mean To Trade (By Air Mail) London, Sept. 22. /CAPTAIN Euan Wallace. Pailiamen- tary Secretary to bo Board of Trade, speaJdne at a Conservative fete at Langbank, Renfrewshire, said that i although the present situation m Europe was fraught with dangerous possibilities, no nation

NEW CUNARDER [ARTICLE]

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NEW CUNARDER Preparations For Dredging The Clyde (By Air Mail) Clydebank, Sept. 20. Although the sister ship of the Queen Mary will not be launched until the early summer of next year, preparations for her passage dewn the Clyde to the sea are now being made. The Clyde Trustees are

VOLUNTEER PILOTS SCHOOL [ARTICLE]

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VOLUNTEER PILOTS SCHOOL 14 NEW ONES Intensive Training Plan iB; London, Sept. 22 r increase the efficiency of the R A.F. Volunteer Reserve and to provide local fat for Hying training more even Mftiow t the country, the Air Stia rep >*?s to increase the number of schools to thirty-three

DR. MLYNARSKI [ARTICLE]

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DR. MLYNARSKI Itcs>naiion From League Financial Committee After serving eight yen is on Uie Financial Com:; League Nations, Dr. F. MlynarMi;. on Av r notified the Sec General that, m the new situatii ated by th< reform oi the traditional constitution of the P :.e wished to inform the C

LADY TWEEDSMUIR [ARTICLE]

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LADY TWEEDSMUIR L arns To Ride And To Fly taUU Lake, BC. Plying and riding ai>- two few holiday experiences oi Lady Tweedsmuir. wife oi Vtu Govern who accompany iiV. h twomonths' tcur of t *i. She has I de on horseback and has i:\.u\, her ril vi^ ie flight.

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BILIOUSNESS Some form, ol sUKMCfa trouble are really serious, some are very pa nful and nortu* arc g biliousness is distressing btcaOM it mak-s y >v feel no Rood for a\. or play, eating or dr r C. endured such found rrhef. For '.h.-r-t- iht writes. I »ufl erc-1 from

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Youthful Vigour Resford By New, Simple, Easy Method Glands Stimulated /^WAdi^ To New Activity \Vigourous Me yX^ Without Operation ~7^^ wp^> Doctor's Prescription J^-J^. Starts Work First Day /4^^ Wl dream of man since the beginning of time. 1 V methods of retarding- the advancement of Wf^^^^i,^^^} ****x*cWb Fufvigo^n 0

Potpourri Of MALAYAN COMMENT [ARTICLE]

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Potpourri Of MALAYAN COMMENT AS I am n )\v sitting I am facing foul a<lv rtisements which haw been erected on the opposite side of the road, and, I am wondering whether or not they have been arrantf-d by accident or design. The first or.c relates to a brand of

MODEL CEMETERY FOR ANKARA [ARTICLE]

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MODEL CEMETERY FOR ANKARA Ankara. Turkey. A model cemeteiy costing nearly £350.000 is to be created m Ankara Only uniformly-shaped tombstones will be permitted m it. This cemetery, which is to serve as a pattern for similar ones m every town m Turkey, will also include a monument to the

BARRIE'S £167,000 FORTUNE [ARTICLE]

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BARRIE'S £167,000 FORTUNE Legacy For Elisabeth Bergner (By Air Mail) London, Sept. 22. DEQUESTS to his former wife and to D Elisabeth Bergner. the actress, are features of the will, just published, of Sir James Barrie, the novelist and playwright, who died m June, aged 77. He left £173,467, with

PERMANENT COURT [ARTICLE]

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PERMANENT COURT Vacancy Caused By Death Of Mr. Ake Hammarskjold In view of the vacancy on the Permanent Court of International Justice caused by the death of Mr. Ake Hammarskjold, which occurred on July 9, 1937. the Council, acting under Article 14 of the Statute of the Court, will he

CLIMBING EXPEDITION [ARTICLE]

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CLIMBING EXPEDITION Attempt To Scate Europe's Highest Mountain Moscow. A mountaineering expedition whose members include an iron-worker, an electrician, a stevedore, a cook and a I shoemaker, is to climb to the summit of Europe's highest mountain— lB,s26 ft. i Mt. Elbrus m the Caucasus. There will be 15 members

ANCIENT MOSAIC PORTRAIT [ARTICLE]

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ANCIENT MOSAIC PORTRAIT Kiev, U.S.S.R. Workmen engaged m restoration work m St. Sophia's Cathedral, Kiev, have discovered mosaic dating from the beginning of the 11th century. A portrait m mosaic of the prophet Aaron, remarkable for its bright colours and forbidding aspect, was found under oil painting and plaster on

FOR DOG LOVERS [ARTICLE]

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FOR DOG LOVERS Sherley's Book At Ten Cents rpHOSE of our readers who are dog lovers should secure a copy of "Sherley's Dog Book." It costs but 10 cents yet the information it contains is worth many times that small sum. Firstly, it is the complete authorita- tive guide to

"TRAM-JUMPING" [ARTICLE]

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"TRAM-JUMPING" rw, Istanbul. On an average 200 people are fined °V the spot" every day by the municiSS^ according to fi^ u Among offences for which the police have authority to impose fines "on the spot" are Jumping from or boarding public vehicles while m motion, Dusting carpets through windows,

DECORATIONS IN THE ABBEY [ARTICLE]

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DECORATIONS IN THE ABBEY Coronation Setting RESTORATION NOW COMPLETED (By Air Mail) London, Sept. 22. WESTMINSTER Abbey, with it* Coronation stands and carpets removed, ils floc.rs *wi.'pt clean, and its furniture back m the accustomed places, hiis been officially returned tc the euarriiarship of the Dean and Chapter. Another briiliant

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WAH HENG'S FREE PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION The JULY monthly prize of $10.00 has been awarded to the photographic entry FISH CATCHING; other entries of note for July were:— Daybreak At Tanjong Rhu. Sun Down. Boatmen Kuching. Anchored." Portrait. Lamp Post. Amah. EngineerSilhouette of Branches. Contemplation. IS STILL TIME TO JOIN THIS

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BRONCHIAL ASTHMA Could Only Walk a Few Yards Can Now Walk Miles Sine* Taking Ephazone The am*f.ugh parallel e>penanc«« oi two suderers oii.e -.itiialiy crtppM br Asihnja and Broiichitu. mvi: now hope Nenhrt couid walk man than tew yanK tritiwil gasping for Mra:h, i^oth bought OM bo I l.pha/or.e i

SOME THOUGHTS DURING THE NIGHT -How To Be Happy Though Working [ARTICLE]

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SOME THOUGHTS DURING THE NIGHT How To Be Happy Though Working G. S. Hammonds Dealing With The Cockroaches— I [That Afternoon Sleep The Car] I j That Won't Go j I THERE is a certain fascination about working during the night which is completely absent from the same duties if

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fy <• /^OOKC TICKETS ISSUED I i iv Jf\ *5*^ v U *''BY ALL STEAMt TOR SHIP, AIR AND RAVE L* railway li^es NO BOOKING FEES. Chinese clients and those of all i other resident communities are given the be^t of attention and \2 39, ROBINSON ROAD, SINGAPORE t TELEPHONE

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Singapore Championship Badminton Gossip [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Championship Badminton Gossip SEMI-FINALISTS AND THEIR CHANCES ALL TOURNAMENTS REACH CLOSING STAGES (By "Phoenix") gY the time these notes appear m print, both the men's open singles and douMes competitions may have reached their penultimate stares. For the past two week-ends, local championship badminton has b^en replete with surprises,

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Mrs Chionh Hiok Chor. who is favoured to win the Singapore ladies singles' championship this year. Tribune

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Miss Waileen Wong, a rising badminton player. Tribune

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Mrs. Koe Ewe Teik, a prominent Batu Pahat badminton player. Tribune

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Wong Peng Soon who is doing well m the men's op*n championship. Tribune

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Tun Jin Hoe, Lee Vii 'iua, Cha>. Boon Peng, V. Pennefather and Tarn Seat Wall of the Malacca H. K. Bank B.P.

SIEW SIN SIA [ARTICLE]

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SIEW SIN SIA Entries for the Siew Sin Sia swimming carnival close on Friday 18th. Those v ho have not yet sent m their entries should do so without delay to the lion. ?;ports captain, Mr. Thng Soon Tee, c,o, Government Analyst's Department.

BADMINTON IN THE NORTH [ARTICLE]

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BADMINTON IN THE NORTH Tournaments In Full Swing (By "Racquet." Ipoh) Ipoh, Saturday. np\VO League tournaments are atthe moment m fuil swijig m Kinta. The Kinta Leajrue, which began a fortnight ago made considerable progress at the week-end when three more ties were played off m Ipoh. There were no

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Mis Annie Wee. ti.is year's ladies' junior singles' champion. Tribune

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Mrs. I. M. Pennefather. the champion badminton player who also :m--nexed the singles lawn *n\(* of Singapore last year. Tribune

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PERAK TURF CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING 1937. First Day, Saturday, 16th October, 1937. Second Day, Tuesday, 19th October 1937. Third Day, Thursday, 21st October, 1937. Fourth Day, Saturday, 23rd October, 1937. The Subscription for Visiting Members shall be: MEN $5 LADIES $2 for the Meeting or any day thereof. VISITING MEMBERS

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ISHOURSo/AGGifIT I wery da/ /p. v U^>( till 'RADOX cured 'fas corns H 9n* F orn* H« dm < I kk) I "epci t horn I L«1 hiiTi 'i you h .nft a butt** •t 'n1 lo <mn> <i «ld tooth, •n> *UUU 1 ha mil > or it oft

WEEKLY REVIEW OF MALAYAN SPORT [ARTICLE]

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WEEKLY REVIEW OF MALAYAN SPORT The Turn cf the Cycle— S.C.C. hockey m ascendant again— Rest will have to look to their laurels Uiis year The lack of interest m inter-club friendlies and the lack of interest displayed hv ho**k<-y officials m mendirg matters Colombo has a hockey tournament why

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Kch Kirn Swee, a prominent veteran badminton player. Tribune

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Yap Chin Tee. who has been figuring- prominently m the men's open singles now m progress m Singapore. Tribune

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A. R. de Souza, who beat Koh K?m Swee m the veterans' section of the Singapore tournament. (Tribune).

Sports Jottings From Malacca [ARTICLE]

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Sports Jottings From Malacca (From Our Own Correspondent) A DRIZZLE almost throughout the play did not damp the spirits of those participating m last Thursday's encounter on the Malacca padang, the contending sides being the Malacca Club and the Muar Hockey Association eleven Forbes who has turned out regularly for

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FaUah Hassan, the Egyptian welterweight who i<? to ftrhl Rush Milling at the New World

IN THIS CORNER [ARTICLE]

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IN THIS CORNER BOXING NOTES BY "REFEREE WHEN Eu™ ne Huat stepped into the ring at the New World las' Sunday night, some of the witty lals m the gallery made facetious com ments. Eugene's hair is not as thick and curly as It a^'d to be, so that he

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s You hay" seen THE FORTUNE- f ELI ER and BOH NAI HOE I i Now we provide you with a Bigger, Brighter and Better Show entitled i i "THE STEP-MOTHER" S The Merrilads Musical Association (Acclaimed by Press and Public alike i ai the Best Amateur Theatrical Association m

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LOCAL PROGRAMMES FOR THE WEEK SINGAPORE STATION ON 225 METRES FOLLOWING are Ihe programmes Raffles Hotel. |C the H.M P,.C I()O(J pm.:- Close Down. i c eek: TUESDAY «mv«v AV 600 P-ni.: Indian Mu.sic (Gramo-IV-lfAi phone Records). 6.20 p.m.:— Chinese Musio. Selections 11 m r,,ht tv i i r. from

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WOMAN DEAD IN A .^■Hiiffll^M THE AMERICAN THtf «I\ T r\l>ni?r POND JU MARKFT cliili;\l l/Ivn Coroner's Misadventure I "mß^'^^^Hl Ddlly Re P<> rt H > s < S H while d bSng^my 1 wTie "aft^ U V^?j^B W are indebted t( S. K. Tfu> P irt of tln :if

Combined Trips By Air And Sea [ARTICLE]

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Combined Trips By Air And Sea IN LONG-DISTANCE TRA VEL INTER-CHANGE FACILITIES FOR PASSENGERS f\SV. -ires of modern Ie "1 is the increased use i bich i tade <<f inter-? t>n "i--ami ir.is direction m day by an oflfc jre. He rationed th of a couple of a who, cr

LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS ENGAGEMENT. [ARTICLE]

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LATEST ADVERTISEMENTS ENGAGEMENT. I CIIUA. The engagement is anr.ced bet'% ee.r Mr. Lim Kay Sim of Aik Si Ltd.. to M.ss Chiu Kirn Hiok, on y daughter of Mrs. Ng Bte Neo.

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The 4 j\faia M the flying -boat component, is here seen gliding down, on to the Medway river at Rochester after a trial flight. Although the aircraft has, to an extent, the appearance of an Empire flying-boat its di x s gn incorporates many special constructional features m hull and

BANKRUPTS GET DISCHARGES [ARTICLE]

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BANKRUPTS GET DISCHARGES One Debtor Pays 90 Per Cent. ADMITTING liabilities of $1,518.75, m i\ his second bankruptcy, towards which a dividend of 43 per cent, had already been paid. M. A. Rcdrigo, a clerk m the Statistics Department was granted his discharge from bankruptcy subject to two months' suspension,

MODEL OF NORTH POLE TENT [ARTICLE]

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MODEL OF NORTH POLE TENT Moscow. A "Soviet north, pole tent" has been prepared for the International Exhibition m Paris. The exhibit is an exact model of the tent m which the Soviet scientists headed by I. Papanin, "Hero of the /Soviet Union", are now living on a drifting ice-floe

WEIGHTS FOR IPOH RACES [ARTICLE]

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WEIGHTS FOR IPOH RACES NINE EVENTS ON FIRST DAY OF MEETING (From Our Own Reporter) Ipoh, Saturday. WEIGHTS for the first day of the Perak Turf Club's Autumn race meeting which open^ on next and will be held over, four days— Oct. 16, 19, 21 and 23. were issued to-day

DEATH SENTENCE DEMANDED [ARTICLE]

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DEATH SENTENCE DEMANDED For Loss Of Peiping And Tientsin Shanghai, Oct. if CHINESE organisations In Shanghai v have cabled the military authorities m Nanking demanding the death penalty for Gen. Chang Tze Chung. ex-Mayor of Tientsin v/ho is blamed for the loss of Feiping and Tientsin. Meanwhile Chang Tze Chung

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The "Mercury" eea-plane, t ion just prior to Bfai Initial trial night The small bead < aircraft h ,«markible. and a notevarthy Ceatarf area of ilv lf tv P c cnr; The whole design is so dean thp lhat this aircraft will actually improve ictf performance of being able to

"NECESSITY OF LIFE" [ARTICLE]

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"NECESSITY OF LIFE" Radio Sets Must Not Be Seized i For Debt In Germany Cologne. In future radio sets m not be seized for deb the weekly paper "Jurist J schrif t Formerly the rndio was mainly r amusement, th? paper stai now a !i( ccssity of life, as It

RECORD FLIGHT BY AIRSHIP [ARTICLE]

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RECORD FLIGHT BY AIRSHIP 3,000 Miles In 130 Hours Moscow, Oct. S. A RECORD duration flight without refuelling is claimed by an airship vtel design which remained m the '■!0 hours m which .she covered miles In unfavourable weath previous record was estate by a German dirigible which flen Atlantic

SHEEPDOG TRIMS [ARTICLE]

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SHEEPDOG TRIMS -Eyed Pordor Collie Wins Championship •By Air Mail) Cardiff. Wales, Sept. 20 A one-eyed six-year-old Border colHe, Rv. has just won the supreme i.ship of the International og Society m final trials is was Roy's third cl .i.ship Bin achievement une<|ua»Mr. If. Wilson. Roy's master, won the ur

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RABIES. FINAL WARNING. To owners cf dots within the Municipal Area which have not yet been sub.nitied for anti-rabic vac nation. All owners or m charge cf d~>fs Wfthln the Municipal Area which have not yet been .ed are informed that they should without fail bring their dogs for a;

PROBABLES ROUT POSSIBLES IN STATE RUGBY TRIAL [ARTICLE]

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PROBABLES ROUT POSSIBLES IN STATE RUGBY TRIAL FINE WEATHER AND A BIG CROWD GOOD FORM SHOWN IN SPLENDID GAME Singapore, Saturday. SUPERIOR m praeticaHy every department of the game the probables XV pro-, i d toe good for the Possibles XV m the S CC. Rugger trial to-d Several chai

M.M. Pater son 6-up At Half Way Stage [ARTICLE]

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M.M. Pater son 6-up At Half Way Stage Singapore Golf Club Final Singapore, Saturday. M. M. Paterson. the Malayan j?o?f champion and present holder of the Singapore Golf Club title was m a stron* position at the end of the first eighteen holes m the club championship final against J.

MALAY UNION [ARTICLE]

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MALAY UNION Formation Of Literary Circle Singapore. Saturday. A MEETING was held to-day at the premises of the Malay Union, Palembang Road, m connection with the formation of a Literary Circle under the auspices of the Union. The Circle is open to Malays who have had an English education and

RUGBY FOOTBALL [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY FOOTBALL Terror Beat Johore At Rengam 'From Our Own Correspondent > Rengam. Saturday. H M.S. Terror beat Johore m a football match at Rengam «>day by two tries "5 points) to nil. J ofcor c had a weak side- cut. R.I. KE .\T POfiTT OFFICE Singapore. Saturday. a keen-

SCHMELING, AND JACOBS [ARTICLE]

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SCHMELING, AND JACOBS Remoter Mike Jacobs and Max jKr-r.-eiing have failed to reach an Jtteement with regard to the proposed T*W title ngh: between Schmeling the charn P Schmelmg insisted on 30 per cent. 1 sat- r but Jacobs *«used more than 20 per cent. However. Schmeiing has intimated r^

JOE LOUIS II [ARTICLE]

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JOE LOUIS II Hcnrv Armstrong M Joa Unrfs the *md." won his 26th consecutive victory with another knockout when h^ b ai Johr.nv Fabillo m 'he 10th round In New York. Armstrong, featherweight chamoioi: of the world, according to the California Bc-xing Association, is shortly to rroet Petej Sarron for

JOHORE BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE BADMINTON Championship Draw And Ties 'From Our Oitn Correspondent) Johore Bahru Oct. 9. THE following are the entries and the draw for the Johore State Badminton Championships which will begin on the Aver Molak Malay School Courts on Oct. 15: Men's Singles: Ng Ngoh Tee (J. 8.) (bye); Wong

SUNNYDALE B.P. [ARTICLE]

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SUNNYDALE B.P. K.L. Badminton Team's Visit To Spore THE Sunnydale Badminton team of Kuala Lumpur, the oldest and strongest Party m Selangor, will be visiting S.ngapore on Saturday next, Oct. 10. A match of three Singles and two doubles with the Mayflower B.P. will bo played at the Happy World

NEW TRAINING DEVICE [ARTICLE]

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NEW TRAINING DEVICE Mr. Harry Parkes, the Mansfield manager, has invented what he calls a "spring- gun catapult," for use m training players. The invention is of hts design, and can be arranged to delivery a football at any angle, speed or distance. The machine is ideal tor teaching players

PERAK BEAT NEGRI-MALACCA [ARTICLE]

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PERAK BEAT NEGRI-M ALACCA 'From Our Own Reporter) Ipoh, Saturday. Perak beat Negri-Malacca m an in-ter-State rugby iootbail friendly m Ipoh iy by three pointy to nil. Perak's score came from a penalty kicked by Litlledyke.

G.H.R.C. HOCKEY [ARTICLE]

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G.H.R.C. HOCKEY General Hospital Recreation Clab teams have been selected as follows: Vs. R.A.M.C. on Tuesday at Tanglinnt 5.10 p.m.:— J. Mv. c tafTa, Dr. Kee Hock Kiang Ngiap,' R. Sundram, Hashim, Ah Chong, Fopk Choon, Alvis.. Kong Yung, Soo Yoiig and Maniam. Reserves: Choon Hock. Soon Fait. Vs. Royai

S.B.A. CHAMPIONSHIP BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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S.B.A. CHAMPIONSHIP BADMINTON CHONG TEE AND CHIN TEE QUALIFY FOR FINAL Singapore, Saturday. OEMI-FINALISTS to-day contested the right to appear m th e last match of 'he men's open singles badminton championship of Singapore. The ties were played before a large attendance, the venue being, as usual, th e Haw

NEW WORLD BOXING. [ARTICLE]

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NEW WORLD BOXING. Mr. B. Hell's Card For rid ay Next Ait&racUye oi fights but ccC'n arranged by Mr. Bertie Bell fur Friday MXt, Oct 15. at the New World arer.u. Forty rounds of thrilling lighting *s indicated by a glance at ihe card of ten-round touts, all rounds be^ng

S.C.R.C. TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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S.C.R.C. TENNIS Tournament Ties At Hong Lim Green AWN tennis ties for the? week m the J nt at the Straits Chinese Club, are as follows: MONDAY'S TIES "A" SINGLES HANDICAP (FINAL): \n Lin V Kckecn "B" SINGLES HANDICAP (SEMIFINAL): Dr. Au Kee Hock v. Goh Swee. TUESDAY'S TIE?. "A"

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TRIBUNE CAMERAMAN SNAPS SINGAPORE "WAR" [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TRIBUNE CAMERAMAN SNAPS SINGAPORE "WAR" Tribune Tea being served tc. some of those who participated m the manouvre. Tribune A couple ol deiemler!: photographed with their Ltwifc ffun. A feroup of officers m charge of the operations. Tribune A held telephonist snapped while receiving: messages. Tribune Another group of clTicers

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