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Syonan Shimbun, 11 October 1942

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The Syonan Times 140 Cecil Street, Syonon-to Telephone 5471. ISo. 201 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, KOKI 2602, SYOWA 17 7 Cent*

ALLIED COUNTRIES LOSING CONFIDENCE IN BRITAIN & U.S. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ALLIED COUNTRIES LOSING CONFIDENCE IN BRITAIN U.S. Willkie fs Statements Analyzed ASIATIC PEOPLES WARNED AGAINST ENEMY'S TRICKERY Nanking, Oct. 10. Domei. 11/IR. Masaomi Yositomi, Spokesman of the Nippon Embassy in China, in a Press statement in connection with the current visit to China of Mr. Wendell Willkie, President Roosevelt's special

Tenno-Heika Grants Audience To Vice-Admiral Takahasi [ARTICLE]

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Tenno-Heika Grants Audience To Vice-Admiral Takahasi 1 Tokyo, Oct. 9. T'ENNO-HEIKA granted an audience to Vice-Admiral Imoti ITakahasi, and Rear-Admirals Yasuo Yasuba and Atusi Kawuga, who returned to Tokyo from their overseas posts. I Later Tenno-Heika cave a luncheon in honour of Vice- I Admiral Takahasi. which was attended by

Double Tenth Of Particular Significance This Year Says The Times [ARTICLE]

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Double Tenth Of Particular Significance This Year Says The Times Tokyo, Oct. 10. THE Japan Times and Advertiser, in an editorial on the occasion of the 31st anniversary of the Double Tenth Revolution which prepared the way for the establishment of the Chinese Republic by the late Dr. Sun Vat-sen

Adviser Sunada Arrives In Canton [ARTICLE]

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Adviser Sunada Arrives In Canton Canton, Oct. 9. Domei. MR. SJremasa Simada, chief adviser to the Nippon Military Administration in Malay i, arrived here from Saigon by air at 4 p.m. en route to Tokyo. He is scheduled to leave Tiihoku to-morrow morning. Meanwhile, General Ikutaro Inouye, President of the

Willkie Leaves Chungking: 'Acted Beyond His Power,' Says Roosevelt [ARTICLE]

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Willkie Leaves Chungking: 'Acted Beyond His Power,' Says Roosevelt Lisbon, Oct. 8. Domei. IT is reported from Chungking that President Roosevelt's envoy, Wendell Willkie, left Chungking by plane yesterday after a 5-day visit. The next stop of his world tcur, which has taken him through the Middle East and across

Britain Does Not Intend To Negotiate With Congress [ARTICLE]

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Britain Does Not Intend To Negotiate With Congress Lisbon, Oct. 9. Domei. Pis reported from London that the British Secretary of State for India, Mr. L. S. Amery, declared In the House of Commons that Britain will never negotiate with Mahatma Gandhi's AllIndia Congress Party unless it repudiates violence and

Solemn Reception For Ashes Of Naval Heroes [ARTICLE]

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Solemn Reception For Ashes Of Naval Heroes Yokosuka, Oct. 9, Domei. 'THE sacred ashes of the four naval heroes who died during the daring submarine attack on Sydney Harbour on the night of May 31, which .returned this morning, were given a solemn reception by naval men and citizens of

Special Programme For Hari Raya [ARTICLE]

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Special Programme For Hari Raya HARI RAYA, the first big Muslim festival to be observed under tne new. administration, provides an effective counter to the groundless propaganda by the Allies that Nippon will not respect :he religious customs and beliefs ot the various races in the Southern Regions. The complete

'STALIN WANTS ALLIES TO OPEN SECOND FRONT ON TIME,' SAYS MR. HORI [ARTICLE]

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'STALIN WANTS ALLIES TO OPEN SECOND FRONT ON TIME,' SAYS MR. HORI Tokyo, Oct. 9. tVTR. TOMOKAZU II OKI, Spokesman of the Board of Inform--1 ation, at the regular foreign Press conference when questioned regarding the significance of the interviews given by the Soviet Premier to the Associated Press correspondent,

Devastating Raid On Loyang [ARTICLE]

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Devastating Raid On Loyang From cue of our air bases in North China, Oct. 10. Domei. IT is announced by the headquarters of our Expeditionary Forces in North China thj.t a large formation of our war panes Thursday morning carried out a devastating raid on Loyang, headquarters of the Chungking

Vital Materials Of War Now In Axis Hands-Halifax [ARTICLE]

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Vital Materials Of War Now In Axis Hands-Halifax Buencs Aires, Oct. 9. Domei. IT is reported from Pittsburgh that Lord Halifax, British Ambassador, pessimistically admitted to the United States people that the control of vital war materials has passed Trom the hands of the United Nations to the Axis powers.

Relations Between Nippon & Soviet Normal [ARTICLE]

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Relations Between Nippon Soviet Normal Manchonli, O<"t. 9. Dome!. |LfR. Kunao Mivakawa. Counsellor of the Nippon Embassy In Moscow, during his brief stopover here en route to Tokyo from Kuibyshev. declared that «he natbreatc of the GreYer *iia War has not effected the relations between Ninpon and the Soviet Union

Fresh Gains In North China [ARTICLE]

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Fresh Gains In North China Tsinan, Oct. 9, Domei ENGAGING more than 74.00:5 enemy forces in 492 combata during September, our forces operating in Shantung Province and northern part of Kiangsu and Anhwei Provinces captured 1.708 enemy troops. It is revealed. The enemy left 3.281 dead on the battlefields during

Mail Service For Civilians In Enemy & Neutral Countries [ARTICLE]

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Mail Service For Civilians In Enemy Neutral Countries Tokyo, Oct. 9. IT is learned that a mail service between Nippon on the one hand and enemy and neutral countries on the other, througn the Nippon Red Cross Society, wiU be opened beginning October 12. The Nippon Red Cross Society by

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Abuse Of Authority [ARTICLE]

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Abuse Of Authority THIS is really a continuation of our comments In this column, on Bribery and Corruption, which appeared in Friday's issue, as we give another variation on the theme of the abuse of authority by the "official" local man. In doing so, we are well aware that we

HONOUR & INTEGRITY [ARTICLE]

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HONOUR INTEGRITY The risks he took in resorting to "squeeze" were small, because "everybody was doing it" and as honour and integrity were then unimportant, he was quite willing to take that risk, although to preserve appearances of his high moral qualities, he diligently made his appearance at his place

EMULATE TRUE NIPPON-ZIN [ARTICLE]

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EMULATE TRUE NIPPON-ZIN We are not concerned with the race or nationality of people who resort to such practices and who abuse the authority placed in their hands by extorting illegal remunerations or gratifications for services, which should be rendered free of charge, or for no more than the lawful

Professor Tanakadate Outlines Some Characteristics Of Nippon Culture, Civilization

Lecture At Dai Toa Gekizyo [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Lecture At Dai Toa Gekizyo ADDRESSING a large and en- thusiastic audience at the Dai Toa Gekizyo last night in the third of a series of cultural lectures in Syonan, Professor Hidezo Tanakadate, director of the Syonan Musuem, spoke of "Some Characteristics of Nippon Culture and Civilization." He said: Each

Gun-Sendenhan Welcomes Concrete Suggestions For Solving Cultural Problems [ARTICLE]

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Gun-Sendenhan Welcomes Concrete Suggestions For Solving Cultural Problems /CONSTRUCTIVE suggestions for dealing with cultural problems in the Southern Regions are welcomed by the GunSendenhan, said Mr. T. Fujimori In the course of an address at the Dai Toa Gekizyo last night when he introduced the speakers at the third of

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NIPPON-GO LESSON 26. T7HE conjugated forms of the tal, meaning "wish to" (Lesson vero aru (to have, to be) 21) also nas its conjugation which, were eiven yesterday ™th «i«> ifc is uselul to learn. As the vari* were gi/en yesterday with the ous forms of tnese adjectives conjugations of

Every Good Asian Has Part To Play In Reconstruction [ARTICLE]

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Every Good Asian Has Part To Play In Reconstruction DEADERS of the Sjonaa Times are invited to submit a brief thesfc en the •übject of how best the todividual citizen, whatever his age or his occupation, could most effectively make a practical contribution towards the great work of reconstruction of

Hong Kong Forms Foreign Trade Association [ARTICLE]

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Hong Kong Forms Foreign Trade Association Hong Kong, Oct. 9. Dome!. TTHE Hcng Kcng Foreign Trade A^saciation, which has been organized for the purpose of S2curing necessaries and their smooth wholesale distribution, as well as promoting the activity of Hong Kcng as the new relaying port, held an inaugural meeting

Activities Of Muslim Trust Fund In Syonan [ARTICLE]

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Activities Of Muslim Trust Fund In Syonan jJURING th s July-September quarter, principal activities of th? Muslimin Trust Fund Association Syonan-to included medical aid to 4,134 persons of all jimctt and nationalities at the Aliagoff outdoor dispensary maintained by the Association with a full time doctor, dresser and dispenser. Free

Display Of Timbers At K. L. Exhibition Will Be Noteworthy [ARTICLE]

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Display Of Timbers At K. L. Exhibition Will Be Noteworthy Kuala Lumpur, Oct. 9. Domei. A WIDE range of exhibits displaying different kinds of timber as well as models of a timber house and a saw-mill will be shown in the Forestry section at the forthcoming Agricultural Exhibition organized by

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A MITSUBISHI SOKO KAISHA Ltd., SYONAN OFFICE f •.TEYER CHAMBERS, RAFFLES PLACE, SYONAN Manager YOSHIHMO KOSHINA Office Teleohnne N'os. 5281/3 (3 Lines i -~jKy*jt^J^*^r' >c. jbtß WSi TIGER TOILET SOAP THE BEST FOR EVFRY OCCASIONS. Office 15, Purvis Street, Syonan. Phone No. 6947. Factory at 701. Geylang Rd. Syonan. Phone

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SYONAN TOKUBETU-SI NOTICE No. 126 Supplement to Notice No. 114, Para. 3, In respect of Permits for Medium Wave Receiving Sets. Owners of Medium Wave Receiving Sets are hereby requested to obtain their permits for listening: to medium wave broadcast from the undermentioned: 1. Place for obtaining Application Form.—Nearest Police

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NOTICE THE FIRST SELANGOR AGRIHORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION. 2602. (NEW ORDER) The above agricultural Exhibition is held at the Race Couse on Nov. 3 and 4. 2602. to coin? memorate the Meizi-Secu. the Birthday of Meizi Tenno-HeiKa. Although It is a Selangor Show, the public throughout the P2ninsuia are welcome. Entries for

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To-morrow's Radio Lesson In Nippon-Go TTO-DAY (Monday) yoa will study on the radio simple sentences using the word "Kono' meaning "this" "Kono" is an adjective. "Kono" is placed Just before the noun which it qualifies. Now by means of simple Nippon-go sentences, we shall show the use of "Kono" almost

Workmen's Compensation Machinery [ARTICLE]

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Workmen's Compensation Machinery Revived In Selangor AUTHORITIES' GESTURE TO ALL LABOURERS Kuala Lumpur, Oct. 9. Domei. "THIS is indeed a great gesture on the part of 1 Government," said Che Othman, Commissioner for Workmen's Compensation in Selangor, commenting on Government's action in reviving the Workmen's Compensation Act in the State.

Soldier Composes Soul-Stirring Song Of Ipoh [ARTICLE]

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Soldier Composes Soul-Stirring Song Of Ipoh Ipoh, Oct. 9. DomcL MpOH Ondo" is the name of a ■1 musical composition by a local Nippon soldier, Mr. Kobayasi, rendered at a recent musical recital in Ipoh, by the State Band (former Nisihara band). Mr. Kobayasi, a member of the Heitan, one

Syonan Police Will Be Envy Of S. Regions [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Police Will Be Envy Of S. Regions THERE is one doctor in Syonan to-day who claims he has net enough work to do. Th< reason for this is that those ■under his charge are all fighting fit—excellent specimens of robust manhocd—ond all members o? Ryonan's Police Force, says Domei..

Expectations Of Johore Sultan Fulfilled [ARTICLE]

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Expectations Of Johore Sultan Fulfilled Tokyo, Oct. 9. Domei. THE Asahi correspondent, reporting from Syonan, quoted Sultan Ibrahim of Johore as saying that he is living a happy and peaceful life under the kind protection cf the Nippon forces. Describing his recent interview with the Sultan, whom he had occasion

Sold Box Of Matches For 8 Cents, Fined $50 [ARTICLE]

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Sold Box Of Matches For 8 Cents, Fined $50 (From Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Lumpur, Oct. 7. FOLLOWING the warning issued by Mr. R. P. S. Rajasooria, Kuala Lumpur magistrate, that anyone found guilty of storing, hoarding or selling matches at an excessive price, would be severely punished, an employee

Britain 'Prime Cause' Of [ARTICLE]

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Britain 'Prime Cause' Of China's 'History Of Humiliation' DOUBLE Tenin, the anniversary of the founding- of the Chinese Republic 31 years a?o was celebrated ye3t^rday for the first time under the Nipnon Administration, Malaya, without the trimmings and buntings formerly associated with this occasion, but with a new spirit that

Muslims Enjoined To Observe Hart Raya Puasa In Spirit Of New Order [ARTICLE]

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Muslims Enjoined To Observe Hart Raya Puasa In Spirit Of New Order Penang, Oct. 9, Domei. ■"■"•HAT the Hari Raya Puasa (the end of the Muslim fasting month), by which day every true Muslim must undergo a thorough purification, should be made the occasion for the Muslim community to dedicate

Reconstruction In Syonan Surprised Returning Envoy [ARTICLE]

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Reconstruction In Syonan Surprised Returning Envoy Yokohama, Oct. 9. Domei. MR. Tatuo Kawai, Ex-Minis-"l ter to Australia, vrhm arrived aboard the diplomatic exchange ship Kamakura Mara, in a statement expressed his gratitude to the Nippon Government in connection with the dispatch of the repatriation ship. He also thanked the authorities

Rubber Market Shows Signs Of Steady Revival [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Market Shows Signs Of Steady Revival rubber production re- sumed everywhere in Malaya. Gornu Toritukai Kumiai (Rubber Control Association) has ccme into existence, undertaking to Buysheet rubber. In order to facilitate the transportation and buyaig of rubber and to widen Its scope cf activities, the Toritukai Kumiai in Syonan

Regular Supply Of Rangoon Rice For Malaya Soon [ARTICLE]

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Regular Supply Of Rangoon Rice For Malaya Soon Penang, Occ. 9. Domei. A RRANGEMENTS have been completed with the Nippon Administration in Rangoon by which regular large supplies of rice would be sent monthly to Malaya, it was revealed by Mr. Mizuho Kurita, Director of Sangyo-bu and concurrently Financial Secretary,

Mr.R.B. Bose Returns From Burma Tour [ARTICLE]

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Mr.R.B. Bose Returns From Burma Tour IVAR- Rash Behari Base, Presi--ITI dent of the Council of Action of the East Asia Indian Independence League, returned to Syonan on Thursday after an extensive tcur of Burma, says Domei. It is understood that Mr. Bose will stay here for nearly a week

'Zeal & Industry Of Nippo n-zin Will Encourage Other Asiatics To Work Harder' Says Indonesian Journalist [ARTICLE]

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'Zeal Industry Of Nippo n-zin Will Encourage Other Asiatics To Work Harder' Says Indonesian Journalist MR Parada Harahap, who was nick- named "King of the Java Press" In Nlopon, when he visited that country in 1934, and who Is now on a visit to Syonan-to, was entertained to dinner by

Chinese Professor Becomes Public Nippon-Go Translator [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Professor Becomes Public Nippon-Go Translator DECAUSE of the big demand for D expert translation work into Nippon-go, a former university professor hit upon the idea of becoming a public translator to the people of Syonan. He is Professor Lin Hui Siang, graduate of a Tokyo university and an authority

Latin Americans Have Everything To Lose, Nothing To Gain, If They Join The Allies [ARTICLE]

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Latin Americans Have Everything To Lose, Nothing To Gain, If They Join The Allies Tokyo News Commentary A NOTHER Columbus Day has come around. Many things have taken place since last Columbus Day, and no doubt many more things will take place before another returns, said a Tokyo radio commentator

Tricycle Rickshas Gain In Popularity [ARTICLE]

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Tricycle Rickshas Gain In Popularity [NDICATIVE of the great popu- larity of the tricycle-ricksha in Syonan, 113 vehicles have to date been registered by the Registrar of Vehicles Department in Middle Road. Of this number, 106 have been registered for hire purposes and are to-day plying for hire on Syonan

Health Officer Reiterates Need For Composting [ARTICLE]

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Health Officer Reiterates Need For Composting I^UCH regret and disappoins--I¥* ment was expressed by the Rural Heal.h Officer of the Syonan Municipality over the Irdifferenoe of the people of Syonan to the value of the simple composting process which he says, would give considerable help in the 'grow more food'

Japan Times Urges "Tolerance And Sufficient Understanding" In Handling Religious Problems Of Dai Toa Co-Prosperity Sphere [ARTICLE]

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Japan Times Urges "Tolerance And Sufficient Understanding" In Handling Religious Problems Of Dai Toa Co-Prosperity Sphere CULTURAL works to be undertaken in helping forward che establishment of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere call for the most careful handling In view of the far-reaching and permanent effect which they are

Malacca Farms Rid Of Pests At Government's Expense [ARTICLE]

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Malacca Farms Rid Of Pests At Government's Expense Reconstruction In Malaya |N connection with padi cultivation, in Malacca, the Sar.gyobu is forging ahead at great speed" and no expense or effort is being spared. It has been found that most of the padi fields in Malacca are infested with prsts

Syonan Newspapermen To "Cover" Progress Of Reconstruction Work Now Under Way In Malaya? Party Leaves' To-morrow On Tour [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Syonan Newspapermen To "Cover" Progress Of Reconstruction Work Now Under Way In Malaya? Party Leaves' To-morrow On Tour TO give the public an insight into conditions in post-war Malaya and to gather firsthand information on the progress of the country's reconstruction, a party of Press representatives is leaving Syonan to-morrow

Working Behind The Scenes, Mrs. Hosimi Prepares Comfort Bags For Our War Wounded [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Working Behind The Scenes, Mrs. Hosimi Prepares Comfort Bags For Our War Wounded QNE day last week, 150 nsatlv packed comfort bags for wounded Nippon soldiers who took part in the Battle of Singapore, were delivered at a number of hospitals in Syonan. Inside were articles of cheer and good

EAST ASIA FINE ARTS ON DISPLAY IN TOKYO CITY [ARTICLE]

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EAST ASIA FINE ARTS ON DISPLAY IN TOKYO CITY A SPECIAL room In the East Asia Fine Arts Exhibition in Tokyo contains the works of artists wt<o had been sent to the Southern Regions. These artists brought back drawInes of Burmese women. British prisoners of war, sceneries of Indo-China, Malaya,

People Of Nippon Use Less Cloth As Part Of Their War Effort [ARTICLE]

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People Of Nippon Use Less Cloth As Part Of Their War Effort REFLECTING the unflinching resolve of the people of Nippon to fight out the War of Greater East Asia to a successful conclusion, in the past few weeks there has Deen a regular flow of unused clothing rationins tickets

THE SEA LEFT CALM.... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE SEA LEFT CALM.... E^__F JL iIUPM LS LM_£M I IGKTS broad eff the starboard bow! oied one of the officers on the bridge. Diagonally across the trade lane east of Southern Australia, Submarine H knifed the water that receded with turbulent phosphciescence. Some dark figures, as jf galvanized by

Cultural Greatness Of Nippon—An Historical Survey [ARTICLE]

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Cultural Greatness Of Nippon —An Historical Survey Rev. J. W. A. Kadirgamar "IVJIPPON," says Okakura Ka- 1 i kuzo "is the museum of i Asiatic rivilisation.... on her I shores every wave of Oriental I thought has left its traces To-day, the visitor to such peaceful and lovely places as

BEHIND THE HEADLINES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BEHIND THE HEADLINES £LOSE on the heels of the x^ announcement that Nippon arms and equipment had been delivered to the National Government of China at Nanking under the Sino-Nippon Yen 300,000,000 loan came the news that the third group of Nippon aircraft was delivered to Nanking for incorporation into

Health Through Knowledge and Habits—Vll—The Nervous System [ARTICLE]

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Health Through Knowledge and Habits—Vll—The Nervous System 'THE article this week in the series acquirement of "Health Through Knowledge and Habits' is on "The Nervous System." The different parts of the human body work together like a perfect machine. When we walk all the different muscles work together in harmony.

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KATAKANA CROSSWORD —3 |HHo| 10 is a new crossword puzzle this week with fairly easy clues. Did you get everything right last week? Just compare with the solution and %cy below. clues across SOLUTION TO CROSSWORD L Storey 3. Dangerous reptile 5. Cupboard I MMM '11 p 8. Turtle I^B_^Jj^JßbJZl_L_J_L_