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Syonan Shimbun, 5 January 1943

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The Syonan Sinbun I EN6 LISH 1 No. 25 TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, KQKI 2603, SYOWA 18 7 Cents.

Opinion [ARTICLE]

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Opinion (Americans' INew Year Gift r IN THE WAKE of the New !Year celebrations, it is well for the people of the Southern Ke?ions, who have been liberated from Anglo-American j pxnloitation and imperialism, to pause and look around. Only by doing so can they fully appreciate what the f

Chinese Paper StressesNeed For Outlisting Anglo-U.S. Influences [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Paper StressesNeed For Outlisting Anglo-U.S. Influences pan NANKING, Jan. 3.—The imperative need of eradicating remnants of An/flo-American influences from the world of thought in China was strongly emphasised in an editorial by the newspaper, Chung Pao. T»i-> editor ml appearing at the time A- lu-n the zeal and enthusiasm

H.I.M. Holds Ceremony At Palace [ARTICLE]

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H.I.M. Holds Ceremony At Palace AITENDANCE TO STATE AFFAIRS DoueL TOKYO, Jan. 4.—MatsungotoHajime, the ceremony marking the Imperial attendance to State affairs, was held by His Imperial Majesty The Emperor at the Imperial Palace this morning. Wearing ceremonial dress for the occas on, Premier General Hideki Tojo. all State Ministers,

Nippon Forces Take Lihwanghsien [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Forces Take Lih wanghsien Domei. SOMEWHERE in Tapieh Mountains. Jan. 4.—Nippcn forces at 5.35 p.m. on Saturday completely occupied the walled town of Lihwanghsien in the western extremity of Anhwei Province where the headquarters of the list Group Army is located. The occupation climaxes tie ateariv Nippon drive carried

Impossible For U.S. To Regain Nippon Occupied Areas [ARTICLE]

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Impossible For U.S. To Regain Nippon Occupied Areas SOLOMONS SORTIES FUTILE TOKYO, Jan. 4.—lt will be impossible for the United States to regain Nippon-occupied territories in the Southern Regions even if the United States should employ several hundred times its present Army and Navy strength, Colonel Nakao Yahagi, Army Spokesman

Premier To Present Medals For Signal Labour Service [ARTICLE]

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Premier To Present Medals For Signal Labour Service DomeL TOKYO, Jan. 4.—lt is learned that a Medal of Merit for labour service corresponding in importance to the Order of the Golden Kite, which is conferred on soldiers who have rendered meritorious service, will be conferred for the first time on

Naval Air Units Wreak Havoc On Enemy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Naval Air Units Wreak Havoc On Enemy NEW GUINEA AIR BASE OUT OF COMMISSION 12 Planes Shot Down In Combats Over Munda.Narukami Islands Dom«-i. TOKYO, Jan. 4.—The Imperial Headquarters at 2 p.m. today announced that Nippon naval air units attacked and destroyed an enemy air base under construction at Merauke,

Letters In Nippon-Go Only From June Next [ARTICLE]

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Letters In Nippon-Go Only From June Next A FURTHER step towards establishing the Nippon lan. guage as the lingua franca of Malai has been taken by the Postal Authorities—from June this year, all official correspondence will be restricted to that language, says Domei. Mr. Seiji Hamada, Postal Administrator for Malai

Britain Admits Enormous Naval Losses [ARTICLE]

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Britain Admits Enormous Naval Losses ADMIRALTY ISSUES LIST Domei. LISBON, Jan. 3.—According to a dispatch from London, the British Admiralty has published the British naval leases during the past four years since the outbreak of the European war up to the end of December, 1942 Details are as follows: 'Five

This War Will Bolster Nippon- Reich Relations [ARTICLE]

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This War Will Bolster NipponReich Relations Bosses. SHANGHAI, Jan. 4—Firm conviction that relations between Nippon and Germany will be further bolstered in the common fight against the anti-Axis countries, was expressed by Dr. Henrich Stahmer, newly-appointed German Ambassador to Nippon during a Press interview here Dr. Stahmer said that In

Blasting Enemy Out Of The [ARTICLE]

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Blasting Enemy Out Of The Sky The Nippon Air Force, operating: in various theatres of war, are adding to their laurels daily The latest of their exploits includes the destruction of an enemy airfield in New Guinea and the shooting down of 12 planes in fierce dogfights over Munda and

ENVOY PRAISES NIPPON MORALE [ARTICLE]

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ENVOY PRAISES NIPPON MORALE People Fully Behind Their Government Domei. BANGKOK, Jan. 4—Throwing themselves fully behind their Government in every conceivable fleld of national activity, the Nippon people with high morale! are vigorously girding themselves for a protracted struggle, un-1 sweringly determined to achieve j ultimate victory in the Greater

Businessman Will Emerge [ARTICLE]

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Businessman Will Emerge DmmL TOKYO, Jan. 4.—An insight into the mental and spiritual outlook of businessmen in Nippon comes from an intriguing interpretation of the spirit motivating Nippon nationals as rendered by Giichi Masuda. leading financier and proprietor of the magazine Jitsugyono Nippon, or Business Nippon. Analysing the conviction of

Axis Shove Anglo-Americans Towards Algerian Frontier [ARTICLE]

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Axis Shove Anglo-Americans Towards Algerian Frontier HEA VY FIGHTING ON EAST FRONT DobmL LISBON, Jan. 3.—lt was said that on the ground the Anglo-American forces in Northern Tunisia were shoved back towards the Algerian frontier. Continuing repeated day and night attacks against anti-Axis positions on the Tunisian front, forma tic

NEW USES FOR PINEAPPLE FIBRE [ARTICLE]

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NEW USES FOR PINEAPPLE FIBRE Canvas, Rope, Twine Being Matt ufactured ROPE. TWINE, flshina nets, and. canvas and duck are being manufactured in Syonan today from fibre obtained from pineapple leaves, says a Dcmel report. This is the result of experiments carried cut by the chief of the Research and

Explains Why Nippon Victorious In Present War [ARTICLE]

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Explains Why Nippon Victorious In Present War realms. Where else on earth is a nation like Nippon? the writer queried. The spiritual disunity between the United StaU* Chief of State and the people, and the moral d>;-ada-Uon of the British King people. are bound to have vitally advene efferU open

Mrs. Roosevelt Is Target Of Criticism [ARTICLE]

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Mrs. Roosevelt Is Target Of Criticism Domei. BUENOS AIRES. Jan. 4.—lt is reported from New York a Gallup poll on Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the United States President, revealed that she is the target of more adverse criticism and the object of more ire and abuse than any other

West Fukien Strategic Point Bombed [ARTICLE]

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West Fukien Strategic Point Bombed YUNGAN HAS FIERCE RAID OnmL NANKING. Jan. 3.—Yungan In western Pukien Province which was the object of the large scale Nippon bombing raid conducted early yesterday morning is an important political and strategic point for the enemy in the interior of Fukien Province, informed circles

Annam Chinese Support Nanking Government [ARTICLE]

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Annam Chinese Support Nanking Government ■■ML SAIGON, Jan. 3 More than 55.000 Chinese merchants in Annam participated in New Year celebrations held at Nhatrang and pledged to do their bit to cooperate with Nippon in the prosecution of the current war. At the outset of the meeting, the Chines.? merchants

Sentinels On Ice-Bound Amur, Newsman Visits Outpost [ARTICLE]

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Sentinels On Ice-Bound Amur, Newsman Visits Outpost (By a Domei Correspondent on the Arrun River) SOVIET MANCHOUKUO BORDER, Jan -Amidst the wintry blast of cold winds which sweep through the plains of uninhabited border districts, troops of the Kwantung Army kuo S gU OVCr thC northern out-P<»t of Manchou- Your

Serious TaxCrisis In U.S. Only Delayed By War Boom Phase [ARTICLE]

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Serious TaxCrisis In U.S. Only Delayed By War Boom Phase FROM MAINE TO CALIFORNIA Doatei. BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 2.—From Maine to California state revenue sources are rapidly drying up and new local levies are next to impossible as Federal taxation has tapped practically an tax sources, it is reported from

Nippon Nuns For Philippines Schools [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Nuns For Philippines Schools 1 Domei. MANILA, lan. 3—Nineteen Nippon Catholic nans, headed by Sister Tayeko Kato, arrived in Manila today. The Nippon nans will be dispatched U giris schools and convents to train Philippine Catholic nuns in the teaching the Nippon language in schools in the Philippjues. Later

Syonan Students MakeGoodProgress [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Students MakeGoodProgress EXAMINATION papers equal to the fifth grade of a Nippon elementary school, set before the students cf the Military Administration National Language School last week, were completed with most satisfactory results, according to Mr. K. Sunafawa. the headmaster in an Interview yesterday. This Is a further indication

Saturday's Boxing Card Attractive [ARTICLE]

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Saturday's Boxing Card Attractive FIGHT fans are assured of a quota of thrills when Promoter Mathew de Souza presents his double main event boxing attraction at the New World on Saturday. As Johnny Mortell, the Hawaiian, meets Battling Sima ever 12 rounds and Little Abayan. the flashy Filipino bantamweight will

Radio Nippon-Go Lesson No. 216 [ARTICLE]

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Radio Nippon-Go Lesson No. 216 I I YESTERDAY you learned on the radio the use of the conjunction ga" meaning "for" or "because." Today you will see that the word "node" Is of the same meaning as the word .ga" meaning "for" or "because," and Is also used as a

NIPPON ENVOY PRAISES THAILAND'S WAR EFFORTS [ARTICLE]

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NIPPON ENVOY PRAISES THAILAND'S WAR EFFORTS FUKUOKA, Jan. 3.—Deep appreciation for Thailand's allout efforts in the prosecution of the war in close co-operation with Nippon was voiced by Teiji Tsubokami, Nippon Ambassador to Bangkok, in an interview here today. Mr. Tsubokami arrived here at 4.00 p.m. by plane from the

US. Floods, 22,000 Homes Inundated [ARTICLE]

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US. Floods, 22,000 Homes Inundated I—* DemeJ BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 3.—lt is reported from Pittsburgh as the flooding of the Ohio and Sesquehanns Rivers reached new crest in one of the worst flood disasters in the United States the river cities of Pennsylvania and Ohio reinforced their flood embankments while

BlowForBlow, Nippon Ready On All Fronts [ARTICLE]

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BlowForBlow, Nippon Ready On All Fronts ENEMY IN A PREDICAMENT MM TOKYO. Jan. 2—Pointing out the fact that the enemy has now been driven into such a predicament that he will have to venture a decisive gamble before this year ends, the YomiuriHochl today editorially- termed 1943 as the decisive

Sold Vaseline For $2.70 Instead 50 Cts, Fined $75 [ARTICLE]

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Sold Vaseline For $2.70 Instead 50 Cts, Fined $75 'IT IS an absurd price,' remarked the acting District Judge, Mr. K. M. Byrne, when P. B. Disanayake appeared before him on ft charge of selling ono bottle of 'Erasmic' vaseline for $2.70, instead of at 50 cents. Dlsanayake was fined

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REMINDER K+gisinUtoa «f Employers «f Labour, Contractors aai Sab-contractors. In spite of notice* published in the various local newspapers recently, the majority of the Labour Employers in Byonan-to have not come forward for registration. 2. This Is to notify that all unregistered Labour Employers, Contractors and Sub-contractors employing labourers performing

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PUBLIC NOTICES TOKUBETU SI NOTICE No. 155 Ee collection of rales on vropertle* situated in Sjonan-to ;nrluding aieas both within the former Municipal and Rural Board limits). (a) Collection of rates for the Ist halt Syowa 18 oa properties situated within the former Municipal Limits. All Owners of houses and

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SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED young. Intelligent and educated girls as Waitresses in a firstclass Restaurant. Apply per?onally at |FUJIYA RESTAURANT, 4, Namaale Mansicn, Syonan. 25—28 WANTED Chinese or Eurasian Lady Typist for Estate in Labis. Age about 25 years. Living accommodation provided, salary $50 per month. Must Ibe able to speak

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCE ENGAGEMENT The eng-anement is announced be|tween Mr. s. W. GAUDART of the Telecommunications, Muar. and JOSEFHINE the only daughter of Mr. ar.dj Mrs. C. P. Gomes of Malacca DEATH WEE—Mr. Wee Tecfc Leon* pa.<^ed away peacefully on the 4th Instant at Ills residence No. 1 Hertford Road at

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KYO F.I UNFINLSHED BUSINESS All-Malal Premiere; Daily at 3—6—8.30 p.m. T.T. SYOWA BROTHER ORCHID (All-Malal Premiere > Daily at 3—6—8.30 p.m. TT. USIHO The CISCO KID and the LADY < A!!-Malai Premiere) Daily at 3—6—8.30 pjn. T.T. YAMATO POO NO CHAN CHENG LOI (Cantonese) Daily at 3—6—8.30 p.m. T.T. INDO