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Syonan Shimbun, 3 April 1942

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THE SYONAN TIMES 140 Cecil Street, Syonan to Telephone 5471. No. 38 FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2602, SYOWA 17 5 Cents

CRIPPS SENDS S.O.S. TO BRITISH WAR CABINET [ARTICLE]

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CRIPPS SENDS S.O.S. TO BRITISH WAR CABINET Special Secretary Rushed To India With Second Proposals LONDON PESSIMISTIC OVER OUTCOME OF MISSION Lisbon, April 2. CTAFFORD CRIPPS, Lord Privy Seal and special .British envoy to India, is reported to have sent an S.O.S. to the British War Cabinet indicating in his

Anniversary Of Emperor Jimmu [ARTICLE]

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Anniversary Of Emperor Jimmu TO-DAY is the anniversary of the death of Emperor Jimmu. He founded the Nipponese Empire 3,602 years ago and became the first Emperor. To-day is a national holiday in Nippon. All shops, schools, public offices and other public places are closed to-day. Every home in Nippon

Nipponese Planes Have Proved Far Superior [ARTICLE]

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Nipponese Planes Have Proved Far Superior Tokyo, Apr. 2. DURING a series of successful aerial attacks by the Nipponese air arm on the enemy's strategically important bases of Port Darwin in northern Australia and Port Moresby in New Guinea, Nipponese aircraft, both fighter pianos and bombers, have proved to be

New York Times Misjudges Indian People's Rights [ARTICLE]

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New York Times Misjudges Indian People's Rights Tokjro, Apr. 2. THE Ta Kung Pao, leading Chinese newspaper in Chungking, editorially declared that India should pledge loyalty to Britain before demanding immediate independence. Observers here point cut that this editorial eloquently discloses the actual attitude of the Chiang Kai-shek government towards

Corregidor Hammered [ARTICLE]

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Corregidor Hammered A.-A. BATTERIES SILENCED Tokyo, April 2. AMASS air raid on the Corregidor Fortress was disclosed ii< an announcement issued by the Imperial Headquarters at 3.30 o'clock this afternoon. The announcement states that Nipponese naval aircraft carried out a series of bombing raids over the last American stronghold in

Britain's Rubber Position Critical [ARTICLE]

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Britain's Rubber Position Critical Lisbon, April 2. CIVILIAN consumption of goot^ will be cut down furtuer lr» Britain when boot and shoe production is cut down to one-flftn of its capacity, according to I 8.8.C. broadcast intercepted here on Wednesday. Savings will also be effected in clothing. Britain's rubber situation

SUGAR SHORTAGE IN N. ZEALAND [ARTICLE]

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SUGAR SHORTAGE IN N. ZEALAND Saigon, April 2. THE pinch of the war is begin- ning to be felt in New Zea iand, according to the latest re r.ort reaching here. The New Zealand Government has decided to ration sugar after the Easter holidays. All consumers In Ne v Zealand

NIPPONESE BANKS IN JAVA OPEN [ARTICLE]

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NIPPONESE BANKS IN JAVA OPEN Batavia, April 2 ECONOMIC reconstruction oi the East Indies is fast pro;vedin? with the opening oi branch offices of three Nipponese banks in Java, the Yokohama Specie Bank, the Bank of Taiwan and the Mitsui Bank. Thci;branon offices will be in Sourabaya, Batavia and Semarang.

VICHY ANNOYED AT BRITISH ACTION [ARTICLE]

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VICHY ANNOYED AT BRITISH ACTION Vichy, April 2. STRONG anti-British sentiment was climaxed in France wit; the announcement of a Britis!: bombardment against the Freno* trawler, Alice Anne, on March 2S The announcement was made b.\ the Vichy War Department, whicr, revealed that one of the crew o: the Alice

Koreans Render Voluntary Service To Nippon [ARTICLE]

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Koreans Render Voluntary Service To Nippon FALSITY OF CHUNGKING AND U.S. PROPAGANDA PROVED Tokyo, April 2. THE Chungking Government in concert with the 1 Washington Government is frantically spreading the rumour that the Koreans are about to rise against Nippon. This is clear indication oi how acutely the Chungking and

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ADVERTISEMENTS PERSONAL Personal or business advertisements will be accepted at the office of The Syonan Times in Cecil Street. Rate: SI for two insertions. RC3E ~PAPINEAU (nee CaulneldJames) wishes any one who has come from Penang. and who knows the prerent whereabouts of her sister MARY JACKSON and her Baby

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE DEATH—Mrs. CHAN YANG HAK. beloved mother of Messrs. Chan Cher Song, Cfoer Seng, Cher Peck (Suay Bah) Cher Sang, Cher Lai. passed away peacefully at the age of 56. at Hindoo Road, at 9 a.m. on Ist April. 2602, syonan.-to. She leaves behind 5 sons, 4 sons-in-law, 6

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NIPPON LESSON No. 36 (Nippon-Go) English Nippon-Go Praaudattoa Home katei; kahtey; to come; to go kuru; iku kooroo; eekoo to return (go back) kaeru kayeroo pleasr come in o-hairi nasai oh-hai-ree nahsai come here kochira ye oide nasai kohc-heerah yeh oydeh nahsai will you come? oide nasaimasu ka? oydeh nahsaimahs

The China Tragedy [ARTICLE]

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The China Tragedy SINO-NIPPONESE CONFLICT THE RESULTOF ANGLO-U.S. PRESSURE (BY CHARLES NELL) THIS is the eighth instalment of an article on the ideals 1 underlying the New Order by Charles Nell. Previous instalments dealt with Nipponese expansion, the events leading to the present war and outlined the benefits Manchukuo derived

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DECREE Owners Or Managers Of Small Craft Must Report. 1. Those who own or manage small craft (junks, tongkangs, launches, sampans) must report the number of the crax't, tonnage and type of craft to the Navy Department of the Military Administration (Transport Section). 2. When reporting the above they must

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Notice To Car Owners j Bonafide oWners of outstation cars may now register their cars at the office of the Registrar of Vehicles. Middle Road, if they wish to do so, on payment of a fee of Dollars ten only ($10). Owners of local cars are to note that the

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M.A.D. Notice No. 26 SALT 1. From April Ist 2602 supply of Salt to wholesalers and big commercial consumers will be made by "Syonan Tokubetusi Salt Distributors Association." 2. "Syonan Tokubetusi Salt Distributors Association" is ordered to report and get the sanction of the Food Control Office, regarding the monthly

U.S. ALREADY ON WAY TO COLLAPSE [ARTICLE]

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U.S. ALREADY ON WAY TO COLLAPSE No Longer In Position To Give Aid To Soviet Buenos Aires, Apr. 2. IN order to hide the miserable Allied defeats suffered at the hands of the Nipponese, President Roosevelt is loudly propagating United States aid to Soviet Russia. However, it is obvious that

Vichy Man's Joy At Arrival Of Nipponese [ARTICLE]

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Vichy Man's Joy At Arrival Of Nipponese M Maurice Lenormand, Vichy French patriot who described his sufferings at the hands of the British authorities and local Free French committee since his arrival in Singapore from Hanoi in June of last year, here concludes his story with the events which led

Chungking Air Fields Receive Bad Shattering [ARTICLE]

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Chungking Air Fields Receive Bad Shattering (From a certain Nipponese base) Tokyo, Apr. 2. THE Chungking actempt .to re- build and enlarge aerodromes in Chekiang Province has been shattered by successful Nipponese air raids on Chuchow and Lichien. In these raids, the Nipponese bombers completely destroyed hangars, munition dumps and

Fierce Offensive Against Chungking [ARTICLE]

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Fierce Offensive Against Chungking (From the Shantung war front) Tokyo, Apr. 2. NIPPONESE units, conducting mopping up operations against Chungking units m Shantung Feninsula, have launched a large-scale offensive against Chungking troops, who are now completely encircied in the area. These operations against the remnants of the 116 th division

RECONSTRUCTION STARTS IN LUZON [ARTICLE]

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RECONSTRUCTION STARTS IN LUZON Tokyo, April 2. WITH peace and order completely restored in the island <n Luzon which fell into Nipponese hands only three months ag), reconstruction work is beirg eagerly pushed ahead in th> various fields of industrial activity, according to an Asahi correspoi dent. The lamous copper

London Gives Lie To Own Propaganda [ARTICLE]

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London Gives Lie To Own Propaganda Tokyo, April 2. ■TOE British and the Chinese are engaged in malicious propaganda about Burma, spreading the false news that their forces have been inflicting heavy dam age on the Nipponese in Burma and that an American military hospital has been purposely made the

GERMAN MINISTER TO THAILAND [ARTICLE]

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GERMAN MINISTER TO THAILAND Bangkok, April 2. TPHE newly-appointed German Minister to Thailand, Dr. Ernest Wendler, on Wednesday presented his credentials to the Council of Regency here.