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The Straits Times, 30 May 1937

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THE SUNDAY TIMES THE LEADING SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN MALAYA FINAL EDITION No. 284 Sunday, May 30, 1937 Price 10 cents

POLICE PETITION GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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POLICE PETITION GOVERNMENT Inspectors Ask For Better Conditions HIGH AUTHORITY DECLARES MEMORANDUM TO BE "UNANSWERABLE" "Schoolboy" Examinations After Years Of Service For "Reward" Of $10 ONE hundred European inspectors of the Straits Settlements Police force have petitioned the Government to revise their salary scheme and conditions of service. Evidence is

King's Guest And Guard MAORI VISITOR'S DOUBLE ROLE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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King's Guest And Guard MAORI VISITOR'S DOUBLE ROLE A MEMBER oi the W.v Zealand Coronation contingent had the uraaaal experience, probably without parallel, of dining with the Ki>: o:ie day and mounting guard M .1 private outside Buckingham Palace the next. i Hi- was Mr. E. T. Tirikatene. and he

"HELL DRIVERS'9 IN CRASH: SEVEN INJURED [ARTICLE]

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"HELL DRIVERS" IN CRASH: SEVEN INJURED Shanghai. Saturday. AN accident marred the debut of the "Hell Drivers' at tha Better Homes Exhibition on the racecourse here when one of the cars driven I, Dick Acton vau'.ted of! an incline at :40 miles an hour, swerved to the side !of the

FLEET'S CORONATION FIREWORKS' DISPLAY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FLEET'S CORONATION FIREWORKS' DISPLAY During the Coronation review of the Fleet at Spithead the vessels were floodlit at night and during tne height of the celebrations gave a magnificent display of fireworks.

A WHALE OF A TALE [ARTICLE]

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A WHALE OF A TALE IJOW a whale, mortally wounded by a charge of dynamite under the sea, charged a salvage ship and smashed a.l the crockery and instruments on board, teas told when the vessel reached East London, Natal. The incident occurred lohen the Italian salvage ship Arpionc was

BRITISH SOLDIERS IN CLASH WITH JAPANESE [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH SOLDIERS IN CLASH WITH JAPANESE Tientsin, Saturday. j A BRITISH officer has gone to Shanhaikuan to investigate a report that some 20 Lancashire Fusiliers summer camping there were involved in an incident with fishermen in Manchukuo territory. The soldiers allegedly broke windows and damaged equipment of a Japanese fishery.

TWO ONE-HORNED RHINOS KILLED [ARTICLE]

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TWO ONE-HORNED RHINOS KILLED (From Our Own Correspondent* Bangkok, Saturday. It Is reported from the neighbourhood of the Slngora that two young one-horned rhinoceroses have been tracked to a mud-hole and killed Each carcase is offered complete for 2,000 ticals.

STOP PRESS HOME CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS HOME CRICKET Lords: Essex 247 (Vere Hodge 101 not out) Middlesex 137 .or 4 Oval: Sussex 324; Surrey 62 for 1. Birmingham: Glamorgan 198; Warwick 96 for 3. Manchester: New Zealand 272 for 9: vs. Lanes Leicester: Kent 420 lAniee 182 1; Leicester 29 for 0. .Nottingham: Notts.

Fierce Fighting In U.S. Strike [ARTICLE]

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Fierce Fighting In U.S. Strike Workers Try To Storm Steel Plant piERCE fighting between strikers and police yesterday took place in Youngstown (Ohio), centre of the 80,000 steel workers' stoppage, which, it is feared, will be worst in the industry for 20 years. Five strikers r.nd one policeman were seriously

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES (From Our Own Correspondent.) London. Saturday. RirtßEß: Steady London. Spot: 9 15 16d 10 1 16 d. July-Srpt 10 1 16 d 10 3 16d Oot.-IXr: l 0' H d 10' ,d Jar.. .-Mar. 10 3 16d 10',d COPRA: Straits SD. Rot. Junr. £1} s*. COTTON: 7.38 d.

FORD REPLIES TO AUTO UNION [ARTICLE]

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FORD REPLIES TO AUTO UNION 32-Hour Week For His Workers Detroit, Saturday. FOLLOWING closely on the r launching of a campaign to bring its workers within the scope of the United Automobile Workers of America Union, the Ford Motor Company announces the temporary adoption of a 32-hour week for employees.

WOMEN FOR JAPANS MUNITION FACTORIES [ARTICLE]

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WOMEN FOR JAPANS MUNITION FACTORIES Tokio, Saturday. THE War Minister. Mr Suglyama, who has just returned from a tour of inspection of the munition Industries in western Japan, has told his Cabinet colleagues of the necessity ot employing female hands in munition factories to replace males in a time of

COMPASS TROUBLE [ARTICLE]

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COMPASS TROUBLE Cr.pe Town, Saturday. FO. David Llewellyn, attacking the London-Cape-London air record, left here at dawn this morning but returned owing to compass trouble.— Reuter.

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Colony Cavalcade [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Colony Cavalcade Singapore Entertains A Socialist Musings On Medals— Guests Of the Governor IT is curious how little understanding of Pandit Nehru's real political objectives has been shown in Singapore during the last few days. For example, the address of wafeaag at Fairer Park was read by Mr. Ali Ahmed

FROM ENGLISH SCHOOL TO COOLIE WORK? [ARTICLE]

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FROM ENGLISH SCHOOL TO COOLIE WORK? A REPLY TO "OLD TIMER" To the Editor of !he Sunday Times. Sir, I have before me a page of the Sunday Times of May 23 written by "Old Timer" in which he refers to unemployed youth in the Straits. I differ from him

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These Men Listen To Tales Of Happiness And Sorrow [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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These Men Listen To Tales Of Happiness And Sorrow AND THEY THEMSELVES ARE SAD Hard To Make A Living PRESIDING in the heart of Singapore Chinatown are half a dozen men who daily sit at a rough, rectangular table and listen unemotionally to tales of woe. happiness, anxiety; to threats

Oliver Hardy, Near Tears, Gets Divorce [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Oliver Hardy, Near Tears, Gets Divorce New York. i"|LIVER HARDY, heavy-weight of the Laurel and Hardy comedy team, has been granted a divorce from Mrs. Myrtle Lee Hardy, at Los Angeles. Hardy, almost in tears told the court that his wife often disappeared and wruld stay away from home for

DEATH IF LAND IS SOLD TO JAPANESE [ARTICLE]

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DEATH IF LAND IS SOLD TO JAPANESE Tientsin, May 21. GEN. Sun; Chen yuan (Chairman of the Hopei-Charhar Political Council) today issutd a decree ordering: death for Chinese found guilty of selling land to Japanese. Two men have already been arrested and will be tried by a military court. The

HIS JiJ.OOO KETTLE [ARTICLE]

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HIS £1000 KETTLE A gold kettle, costing £1,000. has been ordered In Osaka by a Japanese millionaire.

POLICE BAND [ARTICLE]

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POLICE BAND The Police Band will play on Tuesday at Telok Ayer at 6.00 pm. March, Manhattan Beach (J. P. Sousa > Selection, W. H. Squires Popular Songs (arranged by J. Ord Hume); Valse, Let me Dream in your arms again (Horatio Nicholls); Savoy, English Medley (Richard Iliffe); Fox Trots,

CHINESE MERCHANT DIES IN SHANGHAI [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE MERCHANT DIES IN SHANGHAI Mr. Llem Goan-lian. aged 36. died In Shanghai from malaria on May 19. Mr. Llem was a prominent Batavla merchant.

LEAVING INDIA [ARTICLE]

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LEAVING INDIA Lady Llnlithgow. wife of the Viceroy, with her daughters, Lady Anne and Lady Joan Hope, has sailed from Bombay for England in the hner Viceroy of India.

NEW NEGRI STATE COUNCIL MEMBER [ARTICLE]

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NEW NEGRI STATE COUNCIL MEMBER :From Our Own Correspondent.) Seremban. Mr. Francis. A. Wright who has been appointed to the Lower Chamber of the Negrl Sembllan State Council in place of Mr. Walter G. Howse. is the well-known Seremban lawyer, who has been practising in Seremban for several years. The

FINES FOR CARRYING TOO MANY PASSENGERS [ARTICLE]

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FINES FOR CARRYING TOO MANY PASSENGERS For carrying excess passengers on a trip between Karimon and Singapore, the owner and the master of the steamer Merantl were each fined 5120 and costs by Commander C.^7. Dix, in the Singapore Marine Court. The accused pleaded guilty, stating that the breach was

FRASER & Co.'s REPORT [ARTICLE]

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FRASER Co.'s REPORT IN their dally report on the share market Issued at the close of business yesterday Messrs. Fraser and Co., state that the local market was very quiet all day. The price of tin fell 25 cents, and generally dull conditions ruled. There was a better Inquiry for

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RUBBER ASSN. Saturday, Noon. No. 1 K. R. S. S. in cases (F. 0.8.) May 34*» Good F. A. Q. in bales (FOB.) May 33"-, 33* 4 No. 1 K. R. S. S. (Spot loose) Awardabte Spore 34 >j 34% June 3*% 34-, July-Sept. 34% 34*4 Oct.-Dec.

HAJI IBRAHIM [ARTICLE]

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HAJI IBRAHIM 'Fram Our Own Correspondent.) Seremban. Haji Ibrahim bin Hajl Mohamed Amin. who took a prominent part in connection with the Malay section !n the Coronation lant?rn procession at Seremban recently, was born In Malacca. His father was the first Malay school-master at Jugra in j Selangor and was

BENGALIS DEATH [ARTICLE]

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BENGALIS DEATH A Bengali, whose identity has not yet been established, has been found dead at a rubber plantation at the 13th milestone. Seletar. He had a few abrasions to the body and his death U bi'ltevcd to have been caused by a fall.

HOLLAND'S CHESS WIN [ARTICLE]

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HOLLAND'S CHESS WIN Holland beat England in a chei>tournament in Amsterdam by IOVi points to 9,2

SINGAPORE POLICE GET DAY'S LEAVE [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE POLICE GET DAY'S LEAVE Services During Coronation Week /"\XE day's leave has been granted to members of the Singapore police force in recognition of their work during the Coronation ceremonies. H.E. the Governor, Sir Shenton Thomas, in a persona! letter to the Inspector-General of Police, the Hon. Mr. R.

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London 7> days Brisbane 3* days I Four-engined air liners leave Singapore for LONDON every Wednesday and Sunday— for BRISBANE on Mondays ard Fridays. Passengers enjoy every comfort. I Nights 'are spent on land. ft Hotels, meals even tips are included in the moderate fare. AND ASSOCIATED COMPANIES Bookings »nd

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IN SINGAPORE TODAY CINEMA TIDE TABLE SINGAPORE Today Tod »> H. W. 00.46 a.m. 8.9 It.; 2.08 p.m. Al HAMBRA: 'A Family Artair" with 7.7 ft. Lionel Barrymore. 3.15— 15— 8. 15. L. W. 7.29 a.m. 0.8 ft.; 7.25 p.m. CAPITOL: -3 Smart Oirla" with Dearma 4.1 ft. T0 Durbln.

Dutch Sympathy With Britain's Task Of Defending Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Dutch Sympathy With Britain 's Task Of Defending Singapore Strategic Rhio Strait And N. I. Islands GREAT PROTECTING "NET" ROUND HONG KONG (From Our Own Correspondent) Batavia, Saturday. nUTCH sympthy with Great Britain's task in defending Singapore against all attackers is revealed in the Netherlands Indian Press comments on the

Gas Mask* For Sale In Java [ARTICLE]

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Gas Masks For Sale In Java (From Our Own Correspondent.) Batavia. ACCORDING to a statement "made by Captain J. Booster, the air defence expert of the Netherlands Indian General Staff, during an address in Madioen (East Java), a gas mask for general use will probably be put on the market

Empire Congress Of Faiths Prays For King [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Empire Congress Of Faiths Prays For King FROM TURBAN TO CLERICAL COLLAR DEPRESENTATIVES of aU the principal faiths included among the peoples of the British Empire met in the City Temple on May 18 for an All Faiths Coronation Celebration. The prayers of 11 creeds were read by the congregations.

CLOSER GUARD ON OFFICIAL SECRETS IN F. M. S. [ARTICLE]

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CLOSER GUARD ON OFFICIAL SECRETS IN F. M. S. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, May 28. AT the request of the military authorities the Legal Adviser of the F.M.S., the Hon. Mr. Adrian Clark, has drawn up a new Bill which proposes to simplify the making of arrests under

Film Actor For Malaya HasToBeT.T. [ARTICLE]

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Film Actor For Malaya Has To Be T.T. Hollywood Thinks D. T. Prevalent DECAUSE he docs not drink, v Colin Tapley, a New Zealand actor who is making good in Hollywood, has been given the leading part in a flhn which will bring him to Asia for six months, most

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Kill Hi... Swing, siring, swing on every beat dance Helen and Charles, champion ballroom dancers of Australia, who are appearing at Raffles Hotel.

" TO OVERTHROW SOVIETS " [ARTICLE]

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TO OVERTHROW SOVIETS Pledges to overthrow the Soviet system were renewed at the graveside by speakers at the funeral of Major-Gen. i Dmitri Horvath, leader of the White Russian community in the Far East, j vho died at Peking.

PASSPORTS TAKEN [ARTICLE]

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PASSPORTS TAKEN Two members of the German Confesslonal Church, who were to have attended the forthcoming World I Oecumenical Conferences at Oxford Montreal, have been deprived of their passports by the secret police.

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Russian peasants over sixty whose families cannot aid them are to be forgiven all State debts and exemption ifrom all taxation.

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SINGAPORE'S INHOSPITABLE TREATMENT OF TOURISTS [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE'S INHOSPITABLE TREATMENT OF TOURISTS Packed Off To Bed At Midnight By Licensing Board Benefits Of Better Times Withheld From Hotels SINGAPORE does not treat tourists well, she refuses *^to allow them to drink intoxicating: liquor after midnight and closes places of amusement, but permits these privileges in clubs to

U. K. Rubber Stocks May Be Up This Week [ARTICLE]

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U. K. Rubber Stocks May Be Up This Week FIRST TIME SINCE SEPTEMBER 193S I7OR the first time since September 1935. stocks of rubber in the United Kingdom are expected to show an increase this week. Peak stocks were reached in August 1935 at 177.250 tons and since then then?

CHAIN STORES TAX [ARTICLE]

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CHAIN STORES TAX The United States Supreme Court has held to be constitutional the tax on chain stores. Imposed by the State of Louisiana.

NAVAL AIR STATION [ARTICLE]

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NAVAL AIR STATION The United States House of Representatives appro- ed an expenditure of £2.800.000 on a naval air station at Alami»da. California

RAUB DOUBLES PROFIT [ARTICLE]

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RAUB DOUBLES PROFIT £71,369 For Year Ended March THE report of the directors of 1 Raub Australian Gold Mining Co., Ltd. states that the profit for the year ended Mar. 31. 1937 was £71,369, and compares with £37,768 for the preceding year. Foui dividends totalling Is. Bd. starling were paid

RUBBER MACADAM FOR MALAYAN ROADS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER MACADAM FOR MALAYAN ROADS NEW PROCESS BEING EXPLOITED Gammons To Pay Dividend Of 10 Per Cent. THE use of Malay tex rubber macadam roads and "Recondo," a process for reconditioning asphalt, is being exploited in Singapore by a newly-formed company named Recondo-Malay-tex Ltd. I TT'HIS was revealed by Mr.

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Group taken after the wedding Malacca of Mr. Yoong Nguen Pow and Miss Anna Poon Jook Kirn. Lefi to right are: Poon Yoke Yin (flower girl), Miss Chen Pay Loon (bridesmaid), bride and groom; Mr. Charlie Scow (best man), and Poon Seng Lock (page boy).

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INTELLIGENT FILMS [LETTER]

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INTELLIGENT FILMS I WAS very interested Indeed to read "I.S.P.V article in last week's Sunday Times entitled "Singapore Wants To See Intelligent Films." Anyone who has seen "Madchen in Uniform," "Mayerling," any of the Ren6 Clalr or Paula Wessley films, to mention a few, know with regret what they are

CLERKS AND THEIR MONEY [LETTER]

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CLERKS AND THEIR MONEY ALTHOUGH by profession I am a stenographer, I cannot help but hasten to write, chiefly for the benefit of employers, to appeal to them to use their wise Judgment so that they may not be misled by the three letters published In The Sunday Times on

INDIANS AS VOLUNTEERS [LETTER]

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INDIANS AS VOLUNTEERS U/HY have no steps yet been taken to establish an Indian Volunteer Rifle Company in Singapore? The Chinese, Malays and Eurasians are well represented In the Volunteer companies in Singapore but a notable absentee is the Indian Company. When other communities are permitted to show their loyalty

INDIA ANGRY WITH THE CHIEF SCOUT [ARTICLE]

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INDIA ANGRY WITH THE CHIEF SCOUT Calcutta. ILLUSTRATING the sensitiveness of India to alleged criticism from abroad, there is a general outburst in Indian-owned newspapers against Lord Baden-Powell, following the lead of the Bombay Chronicle," which discovered an unpardonable insult in an alleged interview given by the Chief Scout following

Two Brides [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Two Brides IfUALA LUMPUR brides of last IV week-end: On the left is Miss Jessie Moyce who was married to Mr. R. D. Brummitt; on the right is Miss Eleanor Sawday who was married to Mr. D. R. Mathews.

"WITCH-DOCTOR" ARRESTED [ARTICLE]

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"WITCH-DOCTOR" ARRESTED Women Invoke Dead To Restore Lovers Rome. •yilK Neapolitan police have raided the house of a witch-doctor," who invoked the dead in order to induce lagging lovers and neglectful husbands to resume their affections. A seance was in progress when the police broke in. A table, covered with

SUSIE REFUSES TO BE A SECOND WIFE [ARTICLE]

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SUSIE REFUSES TO BE A SECOND WIFE "DECENTLY Sam, the well-known Polar bear at the Zoo, became a widower, and as it was thought that he might make a second marriage with a rather younger Polar bear known as Susie, the pair were given a chance to make one another's

"Car Before His Wife" [ARTICLE]

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"Car Before His Wife" Husband Refuses To Give It Up "IVI* nusjaild Puts his car before me." complained Mrs. Violet Lilian Jacquest, of Ducic Street, Clapham, at the London Southwestern matrimonial court. Mrs. Jacquest, who summoned her husband for desertion, was granted an order for 10s. a week. She declared

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New China Optical Co., (Manufacturing Opticians) NEW ADDRESS:— No. 71, HIGH STREET, Singapore Phone 3786. Itch Cause Killed In 7 Minutes Your skin »iaa nearly 10 million tin* reams or porea where tiny gernu or paraBltca can hide and cause your skin to Itch, C rack. Peel, Dura, abio Kcvma,

DEAF-MUTE "CAPPED" [ARTICLE]

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DEAF-MUTE "CAPPED" How Honour Was Achieved -•THIS is a remarkably interesting and unique case, which may well become famous. No so-called deaf-mute has ever obtained a degree at London University, but Pitcher is capable of doing so easily." That prophecy was made five years ago by Mr. F. Ince Jones.

ANXIOUS TO REMAIN " BRITISH SUBJECTS " [ARTICLE]

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ANXIOUS TO REMAIN BRITISH SUBJECTS South African's Pride Johannesburg. The question of ''common status and the definition ol tba phrase "British subject." which came before the Imperial Conference in London, wer cuss3d at a mass meeting here. The meeting passed a resolution to the effect tl at people were determined

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THE STAMPS OF TH* TRt.ATI POETS OF CHINA AND OF FORMOSA by Captain H. R. Oldne!d. LL.B A complete history of this little known group of stamps. Prior 1 9 poet free Thr Philatelic Journal of Great Britain The oldest British Philatelic magazine, now in Its 46th annual volume. Monthly

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Today's Wireless Programmes oINCIAIUKIj 8.50 Greenwich time signal. 7. 15 Concert of light music (contd). I fl. SO Concert relay. 9.00 Close down. 8.30 News and review of the week In 11.25 Close down. /hi 121 Me <?ii ml TDAMCUICCinU 9 German. Call >jJQ TPA-S. 11 M Mrs f*SS4 ml

HOW ELEMENTS IN BODY AFFECT YOUR CHARACTER [ARTICLE]

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HOW ELEMENTS IN BODY AFFECT YOUR CHARACTER Which Type Are You? PHOSPHORUS, IRON, HYDROGEN, CARBON, SULPHUR, OXYGEN YOUR artistry depends on the amount of your iron, and, if you would have plenty of both, eat lettuce, spinach, and prunes. This was one of the illustrations of how the physical elements

Two Consulate Weddings [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Two Consulate Weddings A group Uken following the wedding yesterday at the Chinese Con-sulate-General, Singapore, of Mr. Teo Hong Gee and Miss Lim Slak —Sunday Times Photograph. Those who attended the wedding; of Mr. Peng Han Fei and Miss Leung Inch Chine at the Chinese Consulate-General, Singapore, yesterday Sunday Times

Pandit Nehru In Malacca And Seremban [ARTICLE]

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Pandit Nehru In Malacca And Seremban GOING TO FRASER'S HILL AFTER PORT DICKSON (From Our Own Correspondent.) Malacca. OANDIT JAWAIIARLAL NEHRU and his daughter Miss Indira Nehru passed through Malacca and were given a welcome by the Indian residents. Large crowds flocked to the Kubu plain to hear Mr. Nehru

LITTLE GIRL KILLED BY LIFE-SAVER [ARTICLE]

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LITTLE GIRL KILLED BY LIFE-SAVER WEWS of the first recorded attack on a human being by one at the famous life-saving St. Bernard dogs has just been received from the Swiss mountain monastery. As a Swiss doctor and his family were leaving the hespice, the doc sprang at one of

"WOULD FIGHT TO SAVE EMPIRE" [ARTICLE]

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"WOULD FIGHT TO SAVE EMPIRE" A Canadian View THE '"Montreal Star" in a leading article on the Imperial Conference says: "We will all be living in a fool's paradise from which t.iere may be a rude awakening, if we Imagine thai the 1.000 years of peace have come and that

JAPAN SEEKS NEW TREATY WITH SIAM [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN SEEKS NEW TREATY WITH SIAM Tokio. Saturday. IT is understood negotiations are progressing between Siam and Japan for the conclusion of a new treaty of commerce and navigation, replacing the old treaty which expires in November. Mr. Kuramatsu Murai, the new-ly-appointed Japanese Minister to Siam, is shortly leaving T>ldo

Further Comment On New Cabinet [ARTICLE]

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Further Comment On New Cabinet London, Saturday. BAR. NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN'S new Cabinet meets with general acclamation. The Times states those who have been promoted to places in the cabinet have fully justified their selection. There was room for little new blood but what has been infused is good. Nevertheless, The

Germany Has A Maginot Line, Too [ARTICLE]

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Germany Has A Maginot Line, Too A VAST line of frontier fortifications which Germany is constructing in the Rhineland from Luxemburg to Switzerland will be completed within the next months, according to information in high military circles in Paris, QMOted by the Sunday Referee. This German Maginot Line differs from

MAJESTIES' THANKS TO MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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MAJESTIES' THANKS TO MALAYA lIN a telegram frcm the Secretary of I* State for the Colonies the I I commands that an expression of I warm appreciation of the loyal greetings and good wLhe.s offered on the occasion of his Coronation by the I Government and people of tli? Straits

FAKIR'S STRONGHOLD CAPTURED [ARTICLE]

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FAKIR'S STRONGHOLD CAPTURED London. Saturday. Indian and British troops haw succeeded in occupying the strongnold or the rebel Fakir of Ipi in the mountains of Waziristan, according to roports received in London. The FU.ir es-caped.—Ancta-Trans-O;c an.

PENANG WEDE.^G [ARTICLE]

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PENANG WEDDING. (From Our Own Corresponden Penang, Satu:> f«HE wedding tock i:lace at fie Chinese Town Hp.H according to the reformed style of Mr. Chee Huck 800, former State footballer, eVlest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ch^? Tianrc Gunr., and Miss Khca Gim Sim. daughter of Mr. Khoo Soo Ghee,

TEACHERS' FAREWELL TO INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TEACHERS' FAREWELL TO INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS A group Uken at St Patrick* School. Sijlap. yesterday when the Singapore Teachers' AssocUtion heM a meeting to bid farewell to its president, Mr. 11. It Cheesenwn, Inspector of Schools, who toes on leave. The Johore Teachers' Association members also attended. —Sunday Times Photopraph.

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Is the place for an ideal holiday! Always plenty to do and much to see and for those who desire it, quiet and rest. k- -^3 With every facility available a for sport and pleasure there need not be an idle moment. XT An excellent cuisine delights k >— the

Mainly About Malayans [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mainly About Malayans MRS. CECIL RAE, who wa» last week elected a Fellow of the Royal Zoological Society, must have one of the largest private menageries in this country. The grounds of her house in Goli Club Road, Ipoh. are typical of the old-style Malayan compound, harmonising with a beautiful

London Comment On Peerage tor Sir George Penny [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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London Comment On Peerage tor Sir George Penny (From Our Own Correspondent.) London, May 15. IT is a pleasant fact that none of the Coronation Honours has given more general pleasure than the conferment of a peerage on Sir George Penny, Treasurer of the Royal Household and Conservative M.P. foe

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ntatural telliyouiti «AyLMER» Discriminating hostesses serve AYLMER Soups because of that delightful natural flavour. Your guests (and your family too!) will prefer them for the same reason you can You 11 save money, too, when you serve AYLMER the difference! SOUPS, because each tin, I HRS HPB| (by adding milk

Sitting On The Fence [ARTICLE]

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Sitting On The Fence By NATHANIEL GUBBINS J^OW that much of the feasting and drinking is over have you ever considered the amount of time and money you spend on your body? I have no idea what your body is like, and certainly dri't care, bui whether it is a

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CARLSBERG PLATITUDES No. 9. SEMPER ARDENS.... AfavourUc s&ying of Carl Jacobsen (one .of Carlsberg's rounders) was Semper Ardens. which being interpreted means "Always Burning." As a tribute to his memory there stands at the entrance to the present day brew-hou.'ie a marble bust, depicted above, which is the work of

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A Martyr to Indigestion J FOR 14 YEARS l 14 years ot suffering ended in a day. That s the Wonderful story of the writer ot ih* following letter "As a manutacturin? chemist, 1 congratulate you on the excellent formula 01 Oigestil Rennie J have been a martyr to 'ndigestion

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CONTRACT BRIDGE By THE FOUR ACES gOOd hand and stronß su PP°rt for her MRS. Emory Clement has long been "S^" 1 1 recognized as one of the very n West °P ened th e Queen of diaflnest women Dlayers. Over a period mond s, Mrs. Clement saw immediately of

SINGAPORE TRAVELOGUE ON WAY TO HOLLYWOOD [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE TRAVELOGUE ON WAY TO HOLLYWOOD What You Will See If The Film Returns CINGAPORE is a "swell" subject for a natural colour travel film, Len Roos, ace Hollywood cameraman, thinks. The last reel of his Singapore travelogue was sealed in a can for forwarding to Hollywood yesterday and he

'Robot' Air Services In Operation Soon [ARTICLE]

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'Robot' Air Services In Operation Soon "I*o ANY PART OF THE EMPIRE IN FOUR DAYS" IS THE 1 SLOGAN OF BRITISH AIRCRAFT-DESIGNERS, AND, WITH THE AID OF FAST, SAFE. "ROBOT" PLANES, THEIR HOPES MAT SHORTLY BE REALISED. In the past few months great progress has been made with the radio-controlled

He Threw Writ At Garbo [ARTICLE]

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He Threw Writ At Garbo KVEN officials of the law find Greta Garbo, Hollywood's most unapproachable star, difficult to approach. That, at any rate, was the experience of a Los Angeles processserver, who followed her for three weeks trying to serve a summons. Eventually he accomplished his task by waiting

PALESTINE APPOINTMENT [ARTICLE]

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PALESTINE APPOINTMENT Mr. W. D. Battershlll, lately Colonial Secretary in Cyprus, has taken over his duties as Chief Secretary In Palestine in succession to Mr. J. H. Hall.

ILLITERACY IN INDIA [ARTICLE]

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ILLITERACY IN INDIA ''Appalling Figures" SYSTEM WASTEFUL AND INEFFICIENT 'THE magnitude of the education problems facing the ncv/ regime in India may be judged by the figures nf illiteracy contained in, the Government of India's report on education for 1935, just issued. The proportion of the population in India of

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V^l^^^«|ft PALM OF YOUR HAND. \T "^^ffil^^TiliSS^B 11 pleasant duty, and, unlike many duties, Vr \^SHO%F^?9r h\\ ENO brings its own reward, preserving ,2 HtaMR Hun Nature's law and order within us by cleansW4^J^TPt^| S\\ n S tne s/stem and purifying the blood V ffij^sS^^a stream. And so, order restored

MINE PAY INCREASES SWALLOWED BY BAZAAR PROFITEERING [ARTICLE]

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MINE PAY INCREASES SWALLOWED BY BAZAAR PROFITEERING Tin Leader Suggests Need For Action HIGH CONSUMPTION MAKES FOR BRIGHTER OUTLOOK But Malayan Producers Must Retain Efficiency (From Our Own Correspondent) Ipoh, Saturday. DEFERRING to suggestions that the F.M.S. Government should set up wages boards to fix pay and conditions of labour,

How To Get To Singapore Wharves From Tuesday [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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How To Get To Singapore Wharves From Tuesday yl 500^ TO MOTORISTS /COMPLETE reorganisation of traffic arrangements at th<Singapore Harbour BoarcVs wharves which comes into effect on Tuesday should be welcomed by all drivers of motor vehicles. The changes are due partly to the West Wharf extension scheme bn! mainly

GOVERNOR'S DINNER FOR JOURNALIST [ARTICLE]

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GOVERNOR'S DINNER FOR JOURNALIST Canton, May 21. UIS Excellency the Go\ernor, General Wu Te-h-chen, gave a j tiffin party today in honour of M. Michel Breal, Far East manager of i the Havas News Ag:ncy, who is visiting South China. The tiffin was attended by representatives tit all j Chines?

INDIAN TRADERS IN ABYSSINIA [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN TRADERS IN ABYSSINIA Mohamed Ali To Get Freedom "Tin: Italian Government has now undertaken to allow complete I liberty of action to the Indian firm !of Mohamet* Ali, which has been ordered to cease trading in j Abyssinia, in < arrying out its liquidation. The Italians have also agreed

GLOUCESTER REGT AND AUSTRALIANS ALLIANCE APPROVED [ARTICLE]

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GLOUCESTER REGT AND AUSTRALIANS ALLIANCE APPROVED •"THE Kin?? has approved of the 56th Bn. Australian Military Forces, bcinc, allied to the Gloucestershire Regiment. j A link already exists between the Gloucestershire Rsgt md the 56th |Bn.. both having a similar badge, the Sphinx which originated from ser- vies in Egypt.

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THOUSANDS OF "HUMAN WRECKS" ffjgjg tl\M S^f -Pl K »L«>UO. SIKONC I *?I 1 LlLtji T\l K^|mavßtV giant vi«oi!R [ARTHRITIS B ?ih»uund* ol uraiclul user* write to f&X Jr^'fll u> how FI'LLF.R CELERY PERI.EO navt givci. 'Xa^HEI r 'hrni ireetlom Irom iht pain of Miff, locked, inrlamed 01 Mil' I

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Molly has a pretty taste in accessories. You can tell that by the set of her bow and her chic little hankie a Pyramid, of course. She is very partial to these gay, colourful little handkerchiefs with a washing and wearing quality that ut>* p« *«v»f> h. "dkVrcniet survives endless

Books Of The Week

Noel Coward Writes His Life Story [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Noel Coward Writes His Life Story Present Indicative. By Noel Coward. Heinemann. 12s. (id AMONG recent autobiographies "Present Ir.dLativi.'." the story of Noel Coward, is easily the most stimulating I and entertaining. Here is an instance of the truth that a man knows the truth about himself much better than

Romance, Adventure And Thrills [ARTICLE]

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Romance, Adventure And Thrills The Screaming Lake. By S. Fowler Wright. Robert Hale. 7s. Gd. The Devil's Finger. By A. A. Irvine. Murray's Imperial Library. ROMANCE and adventure are the key-notes of Fow.er Wright's new i book, the scene of which is laid In the almost unknown reaches of the

Colourful Period Of History [ARTICLE]

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Colourful Period Of History The Queen's Escort. By Arthur Leonard Hall. Andrew Melrose Is. 6d. CHARLES I did not lose his head in vain. For one thing, he provided apparently inexhaustible material for novelties. Stanley Weyman is perhaps the King of the "Royalist and Roundhead" yarn-splnners, but there have been

FIVE NOVELS [ARTICLE]

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FIVE NOVELS The Dragon's Jaws. By Frank L. Packhard. A Minor Operation. By J. J. Conningtan. Each from Hodder and Stoughton. 7s. fid. Murder at the Palace. By James Corbett. The Sword of Justice. By Gret Lane. Three Died that Night. By Francis Duncan. All from Jenkins' Colonial Library. DOTH

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Just Unpacked! NEW BOOK!! SHANGHAI LULLABY" by VALENTINE CLEMOW The first part of the story Is laid in Malaya and deals wit!i a dramatic but Httle-chronlckd page in history the mutiny of INDIAN TROOPS in SINGAPORE In 1915. The main theatre of the book lies in Shanghai The recent kidnappings

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MALAYAN JINGLES 106.-— FLUPHOBIA Atishoo! confound it Atishoo This flu is a thrice-cursed thing. It weakens, enrages and frets you How that fiendish germ's neck you could wring I Just how cun you write when explosions Drive the pen through the half-written sheet What use are the pharmacist's potions Sure

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we must have j^t N 1 SELO films C^Xw^ Hi "There's nothing better than sun and sea," said the bB Folding Camera, drawing himself out to his full ex- xS^Wi tent. "Unless it's sun and Selo." put in the Box J^lrm Camera. "And Selo Films shine even when the sun

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I. METROPOLITAN INSTITUTE, 40. Clive Street, CAICUTTA. ri-u' >md me your booklet. "How You Can Master Good EnglUh in 15 Minutes a This request does not obligate me in any way. NanuA.idrcss Age Occupation

LOSS OF WEIGHT IS A DANGER SIGN! [ARTICLE]

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LOSS OF WEIGHT IS A DANGER SIGN! TAKE THESE FLESHFORMING TABLETS. Be warned in time if you're losing weight! It may be the advance danger sign of a dread disease Begin no* to take the tiny, tasteless, sugar-coated tablets that are putting on pounds of healthy flesh on thin, weak

She c%nflaij ikes Totidem Verbis [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Totidem Verbis EDITORIAL. MANAGERIAL AND AD "ERTISING OFFICE: Cecil Street, Singapore. Cost Of Living ■"■"•HE Macgregor Committee will do far more than pronounce upon the issue of Government salaries in Malaya. It will, as a first essential of its task, make a declaration on the general cost

A Kelantan Causerie [ARTICLE]

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A Kelantan Causer ie By VICOMTE DE BONDY THE KELANTAN RIVER flows past my bungalow, languidly, sleepily, in gently wheeling eddies as it draws near the sea. It is difficult to realise that only two months ago, during the north-east monsoon, this quiet stream was an angry, turbulent torrent carrying

Calcutta To Singapore By Deck Passage [ARTICLE]

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Calcutta To Singapore By Deck Passage American Students See The World On $2 A Day TWO roving American student 1 Charles and Jack Hollistci, pausing in Singapore for a work on a tour of the world, recount their adventures while travelling from Calcutta to Penang and Singapore. As they ire

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The New World Cabaret TEA UANC'fc (ADMISSION t'KEt) THUHS. SATLKDAV SUNDAY IHIIi UI.NNtK DANCES (ADMISSION M CTS.) EVERT Nil. lll I KO.M 9 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT PIANO TUNING REPAIRS REMOVALS HIRE E. CHARLES. Phone 2902. 74. Orchard Rd

NANKING DEMAND TO JAPAN [ARTICLE]

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NANKING DEMAND TO JAPAN Withdrawal Of Warships From Swatow ALARMING TURN TO TENSION OVER LATEST INCIDENT Secret Chinese "War" Mission fo South? CROM a minor incident, Sino-Japanese tension over the latest trouble at Swatow, Kwangtunjr, is mounting alarmingly, according to late reports from China tonight. The Nanking Government, after backing

AGED 123 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AGED 123 IyjAULANA SHAH SYED AHMED ULLA KADRI is probably one of the world's oldest men, for he claims to be 123 years of age. He is now a patient at the Medical College Hospital, Calcutta, where he has just made a complete recovery from pleurisy. Tills old man comes

HIS TOMB IS HIS LUXURY HOME [ARTICLE]

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HIS TOMB IS HIS LUXURY HOME IJIS own tomb is the home of Zaki EfTendi Okasha. an Arab who is bubbling over with good spirits and with the joy of livinr with the dead. He built a luxurious mausoleum for himself in a Cairo cemetery and became so fond of

Volcano For Sale—Apply President [ARTICLE]

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Volcano For Sale Apply President I THE State of Honduras, in South America, finds itself viih a large number of unsaleable commodities. President Tiburcio Carias la advertising in the hope of disposing of a few This is his advertisement: "A real volcano, still functioning perfectly, for sale; £50.000 or any

Twins Born Three Months Apart [ARTICLE]

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Twins Born Three Months Apart Cape Town. A NEGRO woman farm-worker on the property of Mr. Piet Dewct, of Hartesbeeste, in the Worcester district, has given birth to two children within three months. The first, a girl, was born in February, but died. The second, a boy, was born last

TIN COUNTRIES BEHIND IN EXPORTS [ARTICLE]

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TIN COUNTRIES BEHIND IN EXPORTS Quota Deficiency Of 18,000 Tons A CCORDING to monthly bulletin of statistics relating to the mining industry, signatory countries to the tin control agreement at the end of April other than the Belgian Congo, were behind in the export of their permitted quotas by 15,545

SEAMEN WANTED [ARTICLE]

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SEAMEN WANTED Japan, which now claims to be building more steamers t' in any other country ln the world, is finding the greatest difficulty in recruiting sufficient seamen to man the vessels.

Rome Now Angiy With France [ARTICLE]

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Rome Now Angry With France Rome. CTKlors with the French Press for having reported the Corona- J tion of King George very fully,' newspaper Corriere Delia Sera! ironically hails France as the latest j British Dominion. "At the next Coronation at Westminster Abbey the President of the Republic will be

Monkey's New Career [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Monkey's New Career FINDING it impossible to obtain specimens from points on trees that could not be reached by ladders or on branches too slender to support a man, Mr. E. J. H. Corner, assistant director of the Colony's botanical gardens, set out a few weeks ago to find a

DICKENS ENDS A MARRIAGE [ARTICLE]

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DICKENS ENDS A MARRIAGE Los Angeles. ""THE "Madman's Manuscript" from Dickrns's "Pickwick" was quoted here as one of the grounds for the annulment of her marriage by Mrs. Laura Hover, a young dramatic student. Shortly after their elopement, the young bride testified, her husband i led her into a darkened

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-eliminates the possibility of errors in picture -taking. The bugbear of inaccurate focussing with roll film cameras is removed once and for all by the Super Ikonta. How is this possible, you ask By the built-in range finder an instrument so optically sensitive that it reacts to the slightest differences

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UATS like this MM ;:;->nionable among London women during Coronation week in London.

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Die QUADS' COW6GATE/ Oote of Birth 28 11 135 Ptnatun tint) ot 1 weeks 4 turn. I I 'f 4 HE Miles Quodrub'ets were bom at St. Neots A. in tnglana on November 28th, 1935. Never %^.r-' before h <we Quacruoiet> utmveo when three of 40^-Z- w^TLa themwereDOViAlso Me tablet

EMPIRE DAY SPEECHES IN SEREMBAN SCHOOLS [ARTICLE]

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EMPIRE DAY SPEECHES IN SEREMBAN SCHOOLS Children Sing. Then Listen (From Our Own Correspondent.) Seremban. OEREMBAN English Schools, a* briefly reported in the daily papers, celebrated Empire Day on May 24 in a fitting manner. Instead of the customary parade of schoolchildren, the celebrations this year took place In individual

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Seremban market community arch during the Coronation celebrations.

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The Wee Boon Bin Orchestra of Seremban

VIVEKANANDA STUDENTS HALL [ARTICLE]

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VIVEKANANDA STUDENTS HALL 'From Our Own Correspondent) Seremban. A YEAR of good progress Is reported by the Vlvekananda Students Hall of Seremban. in ther annual report presented at the annual general meetIng yesterday. The report states that the number of memb.Ts was 63 on Jan. 1. 1936. but with 15

CORONATION BADMINTON TOURNAMENT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CORONATION BADMINTON TOURNAMENT •.Prom Our Own Correspondent* Seremban. AJ|ISS Lee Chee Neo and Au Yood Choy won the Coronation American badminton tournament at Seremban. The scores were: Miss Lto Chee Neo and Au Yood Choy beat Miss Ltm Gaik Yeow and Llm Eng Bee. 1 1 2 beat Miss Patricia

RASAH STREET LIGHTING [ARTICLE]

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RASAH STREET LIGHTING •By Our Seremban Correspondent.) 'THE Seremban Sanitary Board re- cently discussed the extension of street lighting to Rasah village and It was decided to let the matter drop. It may not be generally known that Rasah village, just outside Seremban, on the road to Port Dickson, has

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PI WARN YOU... You are fast asking rvPP for serious trouble by neglecting your teeth in this way Millions of people who hare sound, healthr Doctors anJ dentists recommend ODOL teeth when they are children neglect them »o Toothpaste because it is antiseptic, badly that, by the time they grow

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THE LEADING MEDICINE £§91 FOR ~f[ SKIN DISEASES, ULCERS, /^W SORES, ENLARGED GLANDS, H BOILS, and BAD LEGS, RHEUMATIC COMPLAINTS, PAINFUL JOINTS, LOSS OF VIGOUR. g/3w?»\ Clarke's Blood Mixture is the direct > L^|cuwffl way to health as it removes the CAUSE utmm j of the disease from the blood

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YOU MEET STANDARD "K" <^ EVERYWHERE ON THE ROADS! BUT YOU SELDOM MEET THE SO-CALLED 3^ CHEAP CYCLES NOWADAYS. ftl YOU PAY FOR THE QUALITY AND GET ITS VALUE AFTER YEARS OF USEFUL SERVICE YOUR FRIENDS WILL BE ABLE TO TESTIFY TO THIS STATEMENT. Sole Agents: MALAYAN CYCLE Co., Ltd.

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

WHAT SEA AIR DOES FOR YOU [ARTICLE]

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WHAT SEA AIR DOES FOR YOU SCIENTIFIC approval of the costume of the modern bathing girl was given recently at the conference of the British Health Resorts Association, when Professor Kestner, of Aberdeen, described the results of recent experiments in the curative effect of sea air. Briefly, his conclusions were

MYSTERY RAY TO FORCE AEROPLANES TO CRASH [ARTICLE]

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MYSTERY RAY TO FORCE AEROPLANES TO CRASH American Scientists Believe Ten Years Search Is Ended CAN LOCATE WARSHIPS IN DARKNESS CCIENTISTS are greatly excited by a report f.om Europe that an unnamed government has perfected a method by which high-frequency rays can be projected sufficiently far into the air to

Two Singapore Weddings [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Two Singapore Weddings IN the picture above is the group I taken at the wedding at the Bethesda Church, Singapore, of Mr. Lim Beng Chye and Miss Chia Slew Kirn. Mr. S. S. Adams took the service, Mr. Chan Slang Guan was best man, and Miss Chua Hood Nco was

HUGE CANAL NOW IN OPERATION [ARTICLE]

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HUGE CANAL NOW IN OPERATION PRESCRIBED as the largest scheme tJ of its kind in the world, the Moscow-Volga Canal, linking the Soviet capital with the White, Baltic, Caspian, Azov and Black Seas, and making Moscow a world port, is now in operation. In addition to enabling millions of tons

JOHN McCORMACK FINISHED SINGING [ARTICLE]

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JOHN McCORMACK FINISHED SINGING Buffalo, N.Y. pOUNT John McCormack. the Irish tenor, is "definitely through with concerts." "There will be one more in Dublin," he said after a final recital to close his long American concert career. An enthusiastic audience of 3,000 people filled the concert hall to overflowing. As

French Villagers Hunt "Lion" [ARTICLE]

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French Villagers Hunt "Lion" Fate Of Harmless Yellow-Brown Dog Paris. ALL Seclin (an outlying suburb of Lille) was roused to hunt aj "lion" recently. M. Marsan, a traveller, caught sight of a great tawny beast near the high road and immediately rang up the gendarmes and told all the inhabitants

BRITAINS TRADE WITH SOVIET RUSSIA [ARTICLE]

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BRITAINS TRADE WITH SOVIET RUSSIA Oreat Britain ranks first among countries doing trade with Russia, according to statistics just published by the Soviet that In the period January —April the Customs Adminstration, I which reveals turnover of trade be- 1 tween the two countries was 148.200.000 roubles.

ACCRA AERODROME [ARTICLE]

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ACCRA AERODROME The new aerodrome at Accra was brought into use with the arrival of the R.A.F. aeroplanes which are makjing an inter-command cruise from Khartoum to West Africa. Among the arrangements are a public display of RAF. .cooperation in exercises with native troops and a visit by two troopcarriers

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I Here is the Essence of MJAUTY! tffIALTH! Fitness! And abundant Energy! Mind and body gloriously alert for work or recreation and for getting the best from life. That's what Brand's Essence of Chicken will do for you! When you feel listless and dispirited and even pleasure seems irksome, it's

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Scientist Announces discovery of new Mystifying Face Powder _2^^ It clings to your skin like needles cling 'V^HtaMOP Three solemn judges sat watching I 1 a girl applying ordinary face powder. I W Ml^ M She looked "Made- up". The IMI powder blotched on her skin. Then I she washed

TENDENCIES IN THIS SEASON'S HANDBAGS [ARTICLE]

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TENDENCIES IN THIS SEASON'S HANDBAGS THE handbag is a very important part of any smart woman's ensemble not only for its usefulness but also because it is so conspicuous and therefore needs very careful selection. When neutral coloured clothes .ire chosen the handbag often adds the colour interest matching, perhaps,

SERVED WITH CREAM [ARTICLE]

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SERVED WITH CREAM TAKE K lb. fillet of veal, 2 tb. of mushrooms, a slice of ham and two chicken livers. Pass them as finely as possible through a mincing machine. Mix well together in a bowl, adding the yoke of an egg, some white breadcrumbs, salt and pepper. Form

Innovation In Beach Accessories [ARTICLE]

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Innovation In Beach Accessories AN innovation in beach accessories is a lontf linen bag, made sachel fashion with a flap and loop leather handles, the linen beinj? striped with vivid blues and yellow. A tussore sunshade, well made in a dumpy shape with a straight handle, would not be very

Women In Business Must Be Perfectly Groomed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Women In Business Must Be Perfectly Groomed SAYS MAX FACTOR THIS is an age in which women are welcome in business. In fact, they have become an integral part of the business system, but frequent interviews with employment agencies have convinced me that the woman who is now successful in

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LINENS that make your table the envy of your friends are to be had at at popular prices. A new ship' .ent of hand made lace sets jnst received. 18 Battery Road. Phone 7143 Ist Floor.

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TO NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS NEXT SAILING FROM SINGAPORE m v. "MAETSUYCKER" wth j une No Transhipments. For particulars apply to K. P. M. Line, Finlayson Green, Singapore. So unnecessary! A SHINY NOSE IS SO UN- jf* /^S^ y NECESSARY. END r^*^s^> THAT POWDER-PUFF-HABIT ONCE AND flft'S g^

Dressmaker Suits Of Soft Materials As Popular As Tailored Costumes [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Dressmaker Suits Of Soft Materials As Popular As Tailored Costumes nRESSMAKER suits of soft v materials would seem to be as popular as tailored I costumes and the rich mater- ials used put such suits among luxury attires. A figured fabric in silk-wool has been used for a new jacket

MUTTON HOT-POT [ARTICLE]

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MUTTON HOT-POT 'THIS is a delicious hot-pot. For three or four people, have a pound and a half of neck of mutton cut into pieces; the scrag-end will do nicely for this dish. Dip it in flour well seasoned with pepper and salt. Put a layer of meat at the

HAM SAVOURIES [ARTICLE]

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HAM SAVOURIES DEAT two eggs with a breakfast--0 cupful of milk. Season with pepper, salt, and cayenne. Cut some bread into half a dozen circles with the top of breakfastcup. Pour the egg and milk and leave until all the liquid Is soaked up. Melt a little butter in a

"SMACKS" FOR THE "SNATCH" MEAL [ARTICLE]

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"SMACKS" FOR THE "SNATCH" MEAL QUICKLY made savouries, either hot or cold arc much in demand nowadays when "snatch meala are fashionable. Here are some savouries which are seived on toast or biscuits. Some of them are useful for cocktail time or the tea hour, while others make a supper

EMBROIDERY ON CRASH [ARTICLE]

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EMBROIDERY ON CRASH I INEN crash is extremely popular for embroidery of all kinds. and though special transfers can be obtained for use on it the designs never seem to iron off really clearly and successfully. This is partly due to the extreme roughness and dryness of the crash. To

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Am I A Good Husband ? [ARTICLE]

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Am I A Good Husband A Chinese Asks He Loved Another But He Married The Girl Chosen By His Parents TWENDOLIN Pitkin's recent article in The Sunday Times, "Am I A Good Wife makes me ask myself, "Am I A Good Husband Like most Chinese, my marriage was planned and

The Care Of Your Dog—Xl [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Care Of Your Dog— Xl MANGE PIE mange parasite is the cause of one of the most common skin diseases affecting dogs and one that is very contagious both to other animals and people. The parts principally attacked are around the eyes, outside the f aps of the ears,

An Attractive Juniper With Design Of Chinese Junks [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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An Attractive Juniper With Design Of Chinese Junks An attractive jumper of rough white linen printed with Chinese junks in shades of blue. Model by Marshall and Snelgrore.

TRY THIS CHOCOLATE PUDDING [ARTICLE]

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TRY THIS CHOCOLATE PUDDING /^REAM together the whites of two eggs in butter and the whites of two eggs in sugar. Add th" beaten eggs and beat thoroughly until light and creamy. Sift together the whites I of the eggs in self-raising flour and a j heaped tablespoonful of choolate

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Sporting News Of The Week [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sporting News Of The Week FROM OUR MALACCA CORRESPONDENT THE first trial to select Malacca's Malaya Cup football team will be on Monday at the Kubu "C ground and the following have been invited to attend Colours: Low Ah Sang; Lim Chwee Seng. Puteh Kasslm; N. B. Fletcher, A. de

Around Malacca's Clubs [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Around Malacca's Clubs By The Sunday Times Malacca Correspondent AT the last business meeUns of the Malacca Rotary Club held at the Rest House, the following were elected officers for the year: President. CapC A. W. Frisby vice-preside«nt Mr Ho Seng Ong; hon. secretary. Mr. Chan Choo Tiong: hon. treasurer.

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"TIGER TESTIMONIALS TIGER TESTIMONIALS No. 1. Mrs. Love-Smashem, after winning her ninth successive tournament, saidr--3v% w% wrm 4pfl^^ The three cartoons reproduced sr 1% amasu 3 yss^t t \(SibjP on tnis P a 9 e have already (One For Each Cartoon) Vz^f] PsvV\ appeared in the newspapers. EACH PRIZE A

CRICKET CLUB DRAW WITH JOHORE ON PADANG [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CRICKET CLUB DRAW WITH JOHORE ON PADANG Peng Hock And Barthelot Make A Good Stand GROWDER'S SIX FOR 37 TIIK Singapore Cricket Club and Johore played to a draw in their cricket match at the S.C.C. padang yesterday afternoon. S.C.C. compiled 103 for 7 in reply to Johore's 121 for

INTER-SCHOOL SPORTS AT MALACCA [ARTICLE]

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INTER-SCHOOL SPORTS AT MALACCA ■Fr.-ir. Our Ova Correspondent 1 Ma.acca, Friday. BKIIL ANT sunshine, and a well-or-gr.rised programme of event* favoured the second annual interschool sports for Chinese Schools, Malacca, on the High School padang. Th» mc?tin<» will be continued on Saturday afternoon. Lor< Jump. Boy* (Cl. 1>: 1, Van

JOIORE KAMPONG BaHRI SPORTS. [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE KAMPONG BAHRU SPORTS. Maiay Wins Cycle Race For Second Time. «Fron Our Own Correspondent.! Johore Bahru. Saturday. I£AMPONG Bahru, situated in the neighbourhood of the English College, was en fete on Thursday afternoor, the occasion being the fifth anrual cycling competition and the athletic meeting. Hundreds of Malays of

FRIENDLY SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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FRIENDLY SOCCER R.A. Meet The Government Services Today The Government Services meet the Royal Artillery, present leaders of the First Division, S.A.F.A. league, in a friendly soccer match at Jalan Besir Stadium this afternoon.

Gordons' Bid For Water Polo Honours [ARTICLE]

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Gordons' Bid For Water Polo Honours (From A Correspondent) THE Gordon Highlanders are naking a bold bid fcr honours In military water-polo and at Blakan Matl swimming pagar on Friday they beat the gunners by four goals to one. The islanders started off like worldbeaters but the effort was too

GAME CANCELLED [ARTICLE]

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GAME CANCELLED The cricket match between the S.R.C.. and P.W.D.. to have been played on the former's ground, yesterday, was cancelled on account of the rain.

(LEAR-CUT WIN [ARTICLE]

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CLEAR-CUT WIN Boston. Teddy Yarosz. 161 Vz pounds, clearly beat Lou Broulllard, 161% pounds, on points in their ten-rounder here.

TO REPRESENT MUAR DISTRICT AT OLYMPIAD [ARTICLE]

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TO REPRESENT MUAR DISTRICT AT OLYMPIAD (From Our Own Correspondents Muar. AT a committee meeting of the all- Johore Chinese Olympiad held at Kluang it was decided to extend the closing date of entries to Sundt May 30. So far entries have been received from twelve clubs or districts: Johore

SEGAMAT & BATU PAHAT STUDENTS DRAW [ARTICLE]

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SEGAMAT BATU PAHAT STUDENTS DRAW From Our Own Correspondent. > Segamat. IN an interesting match on the local padang, the Segamat School Juniors shared four goals with the Batu Pahat Juniors on Friday, after being a goal benind at the lnterva The game was packed with thrills from start to

FOOTBALL POSTPONED [ARTICLE]

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FOOTBALL POSTPONED The division II football mr.tch between the Excise Department and the raj. second team which was to have been played yesterday on the Police Depot ground was postponed.

FORT CANNING BEAT JOHORE C.C. [ARTICLE]

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FORT CANNING BEAT JOHORE C.C. Capt. Steel Scores Useful 45 (From Our Own Correspondent.) Johore Bahru, Friday. THE fine batting of Capt. Walsh and 1 Capt. Steel led to the defeat of the Johore Cricket Club by Fort Canning at Johore Bahru today. As the match began as late as

S.A.F.A. LEAGUE TABLES [ARTICLE]

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S.A.F.A. LEAGUE TABLES Bata 10 pts. deducted: 2 pts. each awarded to Nestanglo, Wearne'3 0.E.C., H K SB. and ST. R.A. Middlesex RAF. Police Chinese Malays RE. S.CC. Inniskillings goals. P. N. L. D. F. A. P. 8 5 1 2 19 5 12 7 4 3 0 11 13

CHINESE FRIENDLY ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE FRIENDLY ASSN. The Chinese Friendly Association's annual blllards tournament will be held at the Association's premises on Wednesday. June 2. at 9 p.m., and members who have not yet sent I In their names In connection with the dancing section arc asked to do so.

Basketball And Volleyball Season Opens Today [ARTICLE]

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Basketball And Volleyball Season Opens Today NAN SEE TO MEET YU YING T^HE Singapore Chinese basketball and volley-ball oaason opens today with a volley-ball match between the Nan See (the 1936 champions) and the Yu Ying teams. The Nan See team which consists mainly of Hainanese players has more or

GOAL-SCORING "DUEL" IN SEGAMAT MATCH [ARTICLE]

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GOAL-SCORING "DUEL" IN SEGAMAT MATCH AHMAD SCORES FOUR TO WAH BOON'S THREE <From Our Own Correspondent.* Segamat. Fa well contested m^tch on the town padang last week, the Chinese j Recreation Club Just managed to beat th? Segamat Police at soccer by the odd goal in nine. A feature of

SPORTS NOTES FROM KUALA LUMPUR [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS NOTES FROM KUALA LUMPUR (From Our Own Correspondent.) v Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. iQELANGOR will meet Penang in the first Malaya cup soccer fixture at the Kuala Lumpur Stadium today, the result of which will be found in page 25. The issue will nevertheless be a very close one with

K.O.R. CUP POM) TOURNAMENT [ARTICLE]

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K.O.R. CUP POLO TOURNAMENT The Teams And Their Ponies. The following are the t?ams and ponies for the K.O.R. Cup tournament of the S'ngaporo Polo Club. ■Uyal Artlller/: 1. W. H. H. Wilbcrforce, 2. O. W. W. Nicholson. 3. J. A. H. Mitchell. Back: A. D. MacPherson leapt. >. Reserve:

RAIN STOPS CRICKET IN KUALA LUMPIR [ARTICLE]

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RAIN STOPS CRICKET IN KUALA LUMPUR (From Our Own Correspondent.! Kuala Lumpur. Saturday. All cricket matches here were cancelled today owing to rain

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WATCH FOR KIAT'S NEXT PROMOTION at the HAPPY WORLD STADIUM ACCLAIMED BY FIGHT FANS AS THE BEST BOXING ARENA IN THE EAST BIGGER BETTER NO .TpVic"

SELANGOR'S WIN IN FIRSTH.M.S. MALAYA CUP GAME [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR'S WIN IN FIRST H. M.S. MALAYA CUP GAME SUPERIOR OVER PENANG IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Visitors 9 Forwards Show Poor Form (From Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. IVKPLAYING an all round superiority, Selangor, the holders of the Malaya Cup, got through the first obstacle when they gained a s—o5

MIDDS. "C." CO. BEAT BLAKAN MATTS R. A. [ARTICLE]

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MIDDS. "C." CO. BEAT BLAKAN MATTS R. A. From A Correspondent.) BY I margin of 34 runs "C" Company, Ist 8r... an Middlesex Regt., beat Blakan Matl R.A. at cricket. "C" CO.. MIDDLESEX James lbw b Jaqucs 17 Pope b Hayden 5 Painter b Jaques 5 Coombes c and b

GARRISON BEAT S.C.C. AT TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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GARRISON BEAT S.C.C. AT TENNIS I AWN tennis stars of the Singapore Cricket Club were beaten by members of the Garrison Club when they met in a friendly contest at Farrcr Park hard courts yesterday. The result was a victory for the Gorrison by 15 points to six. Singles: Garrison

FUNDS NEEDED BY N.S. ASSOCIATION. [ARTICLE]

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FUNDS NEEDED BY N.S. ASSOCIATION. An Appeal For Public Contributions. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Seremban, May 27. An appeal for financial assistance for the priz^ lund of the Negrl Sembilan Amateur Athletic Association, Irom clubs, firms and individual mem- 1 ban of the community, is being made by Mr. C.

NEGRI SEMBILAN C.R.C. 'From Our Own Correspondent.) [ARTICLE]

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NEGRI SEMBILAN C.R.C. Seremban. May 27. At the recent general meeting of the Negri Semhilan Chinese Recreation Club_ Sereriban, the following officebearers were elected: Presidents, Dr. Chong Ah Khoon; vice-presidents, Messrs. T. T. Bok and Poi Eng Siong; hon. secretary, Mr. Jee Kok Teong; hon. auditor. Mr. Yeoh Teck Chai;

BASEBALL [ARTICLE]

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BASEBALL A combined team of the Singapore Cubs and SRC. will meet the President van Buren team on Monday at 4.30 p.m

S. C. C. SECOND BEAT A. C. S. [ARTICLE]

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S. C. C. SECOND BEAT A. C. S. DLAYING with ten men. the second string of the S.C.C. beat the Anglo-Chinese School at cricket yesterday on the Indian Association ground A.C.S. C. Wong run out o E. Ebert c Lamb b Scott 18 Ong Kirn Hoe b Hamilton 30 Chen

V.M.C.A. INDOOR GAMES. [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. INDOOR GAMES. Spartans To Meet Trojans On Monday. Tho following senior members of the V.M.C.A. have been selected to represent their respective groups in the Indoor Games League on Monday at the V.M.C.A., at 8 p.m.: Spartans: Wee Hong Heng, Kam Glm Lock, Yap Ah Hian, Lim Siew Nghce,

"TROJANS" LEADING. [ARTICLE]

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"TROJANS" LEADING. V.M.C.A. Senior Inter-Group Competition. The following was the result of the 880 yards relay In the V.M.C.A. senior Inter-group swimming competition, held on Thursday: Ist, "Trojans" (Too Siew Sun, Sett Chong Char., Tan Heng Su.g, E. S. M. Khatena, Choo Seng Kay), 25 points. 2nd, "Chaldeans" (Ho Loo

SEGAMAT COMPETITIONS [ARTICLE]

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SEGAMAT COMPETITIONS (From Our Own Correspondent) Segamat. May 27. A meeting of representatives of the various teams in the district is to be held at the Segamat Club on Sunday. to arrange for the running of the District Football league and the knockout competition for the Sooi Cheong Cup.

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THESE two pictures by a Sunday Times cameraman are both of Pilot Officer Miller. The pictures were taken in different sets and show an extraordinary consistent style in the back hand return.

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Hubbell. of the New York Giants, broke all known pitching records by winning his twenty- first successive League game when the Giants beat Plttsburg In a National League baseball game on May 13.

KOK YING BEATS PERAK DANE [ARTICLE]

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KOK YING BEATS PERAK DANE Inter-State Tennis At Ipoh (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Saturday. The inter-state tennis matches between Perak and Penang commenced this evening. R. L. Grut (Perak) lost to Goon Kok Ying (Penang) 4—6, 2—6; Chin Kee Onn (Perak beat Kok Lam (Penang) 6—3, B—6;8 6; Theam

WOMEN'S MATCH AT ISLAND CLUB. [ARTICLE]

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WOMEN'S MATCH AT ISLAND CLUB. Garrison Team Win By Four Points Margin. The women's social match between the Garrison and Island Golf Clubs en the Island Course on Thursday resulted in a win for the Garrison Golf Ciub by 1 1/ .x points to 3!i points. Ti.c following were the

THIL STILL CLAIMS WORLD TITLE. [ARTICLE]

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THIL STILL CLAIMS WORLD TITLE. Marcel Thll, of France, will defend his middle-weight championship of the world in the open air at the Stade Ro-land-Garros, Paris, in July. Promoter Jeff Dlckson says he is considering as likely opponents Jock McAvoy, British middle and cruiser weight champion, and Freddie Steele. the

"V's" vs. GOVT. PRINTERS [ARTICLE]

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"Y's" vs. GOVT. PRINTERS The following will represent the V.M.C.A. against the Government Printing Press Sports Club in a friendly game on Monday on the press ground: Hoo Chee Tong; K. Lembruggen, V. N. PlMay; W. Pullen, N. Hay, Obruca; Swyny. Omar, Kirn Wee, Medland, M. Swyny., Reserves: J. Per»won,

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H. L. Warren, the British Olympic sculler, who Is one of Britain's main hopes of winning the Diamond Sculls at Henley this year, won the King Leopold Cup at the Qstend regatta on May 17.

JANSEN BACK IN FORM [ARTICLE]

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JANSEN BACK IN FORM BOWLING, 6 FOR 28, BATTING, 29 In a low scoring cricket match on Balestier Plain yesterday, the C.S.C. "A" diew with the R.E. (Changi). A feature of the game was Jansen's welcome return to form with both bat and ball. C.S.C. "A" A. Anandarajah b Simpson

SEGAMAT HOSPITAL CLUB TOURNAMENT [ARTICLE]

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SEGAMAT HOSPITAL CLUB TOURNAMENT (From Oui Own Correspondent.) Segamat. The Hospital Club concluded a successful handicap tournament last week with the playing off of the finals of the j handicap singles in which Mohamed Yusof bin Ahmad (—4O) met Yap Kirn Bock (scratch). In spite of the heavy handicap against

CUSTOMS FORCED TO I—l DRAW [ARTICLE]

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CUSTOMS FORCED TO 1—l DRAW (From Our Own Correspondent) Johore Bahru, Saturday. ■THE Customs, who have so far won ail their matches, were forced to a draw by the Police in the second round of the Johore Bahru football league this evening, each side scoring one goal. The first encounter

TIME ROBS S.C.R.C. OF VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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TIME ROBS S.C.R.C. OF VICTORY CRICKET DRAW WITH V.M.C.A. TIME robbed the S.C.R.C. of a good victory over the V.M.C.A. in yesterday's cricket match at the Chinese ground whirh was declared a draw. S.C.R.C. H. L. Boon, not out 70 Kam Gim Lock b Ferguson 12 Low Kee Pow c

BATU PAHAT CHINESE ATHLETES [ARTICLE]

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BATU PAHAT CHINESE ATHLETES SELECTIONS FOR ALLJOHORE OLYMPIAD (From Our Own Correspondent > Batu Pahat. THE following athletes have chosen to represent Batu Pahas district in the AU-Johore Chinese sports to be held at Kluang on June 13, 17 and 18: CIRLS Discus: Chung Boon Hua. Kang Sicw Ens. Javelin:

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Special Announcement. CAPITOL THEATRE. Tuesday juhe sth at 9.a0 One Night Only. Return Engagement of the Internationally -funed lUnee* LA MERI In an entirely new repertoire of Beautiful Dance creations. A— toted by the Talented young Indian dancer RAM GOPAL. PLANS OPEN MONDAY NEXT

STRENGTH FOR SINGAPORE'S BADMINTON TEAM [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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STRENGTH FOR SINGAPORE'S BADMINTON TEAM Lum Choon And Kirn Hawke Come From Up-country Annual Meeting Of S-B.A--—Any Grievances Must Be Ventilated BY OUR BADMINTON CORRESPONDENT THC Singapore badminton team is: likely to be further strengthened in the near future by the possible inclusion of two well-known State play-->m upcountry who

KEDAH PREPARES [ARTICLE]

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KEDAH PREPARES KEDAH Intends to give the winner ot the Penang Perak match a good game In j the Poong Seong Cup competition. The selection sub-committee has selected, subject to substitution, the following players to take part in the trial matches which will be held I at the Volunteer Drill

Singapore Harbour Board Junior Service Club [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Harbour Board Junior Service Club rB Singapore Harbour Board Junior Service Club celebrated the Coronation of the King and Queen with a dinner, ronggeng and sports meeting. The dinner and ronggeng were held on Saturday. May 15. Covers were laid for over 260 members. The loyal toast was proposed

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The Merrilads Musical Association in the Singapore Coronation procession.

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Coronation decorations of the Sentul Chinese Association.

KILAT B.P. [ARTICLE]

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KILAT B.P. fTHE Kilat B.P. of Talping traveUed to Ipoh 1 on Monday and met the Kllat Club, Ipoh, at badminton in four singles and four doubles games. The Taiping Kilat B.P. won by seven games to one. Results (Talping first) i Doubles Khoo 800 Soo and Md. Noor b«at

AMATEUR SPORTING ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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AMATEUR SPORTING ASSN. Amateur S.A. badminton practice season is now open every Tuesday and Thursday at the former Majestic B.P.s court. Nell Road, Singapore. New shuttlecock:: will be pro- vlded. A special general meeting of the Amateur Sporting Association will be held on Friday. June 4. at the residence of

REX B.P. [ARTICLE]

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REX B.P. The following will represent the Rex B.P. against the Useful B.P. today at 3 pm. at the latter's court Simon Hon. Eddie Wee, Buddy Wee. Yullm Chen. Leng Lee Choon, Freddy Ong. Dickie Wee and Sim Yong Fatt.

USEFUL B.P. [ARTICLE]

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USEFUL B.P. The following have been chosen to represent the Useful B.P. in a friendly match with the Rex B.P. at the former's court. 522, Kampong Bahru Road, today at 3 p.m. George Chen, Chin Tham Swec. Wee Kirn Wee, Son Hun Long. Llm Cheng Hong, Chiang Tiong Wan. E.

UNION SPORTING ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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UNION SPORTING ASSN. Members of the Union Sporting Association are requested to note the invitation to dinner tomorrow at the Great Southern Hotel (4th floor) Eu Tong Sen Street. 8 p.m. the occasion being the marriage of Mr. Chee Koon Chiang's eldest son. and also note that the postponed special

ARGONAUTS B.P. [ARTICLE]

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ARGONAUTS B.P. A tea-party was held by Mm Argonauts Badminton Party on Wednesday evening at I the party's courts. Gaja Berar Malacca, in honour of Mr. Cho Kirn Hawke. Mr. Kirn Hawke was badminton champion of Malacca for a number of years. He lost the title to Mr. Charlie Scow

CHINESE STUDENTS ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE STUDENTS ASSN. Tho Chinese Students' Literary Association. Kuala Lumpur, sister association of the C.S.L.A.. Singapore, will commemorate the seventh anniversary of the Association on June 6 with a dinner at the Association's premises. 2. Church Street, Kuala Lumpur. at 7 p.m.

UNITED A.P. [ARTICLE]

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UNITED A.P. The United Athletic Party celebratea Its' first anniversary on May 1. at the Win-j Choon Yuen Restaurant (Great World) and at a picnic on May 2 at Mr. Chlng Keo Sun's bungalow. About 90 per cent, ot the members were present. The most interesting events were hunting the

Siamese Badminton Team In Hong Kong [ARTICLE]

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Siamese Badminton Team In Hong Kong CIAM'S leading badminton crponents attracted a large number of enthusiasts to the Club de Recreio when they staged three exhibition matchos with local top notchcrs and win two. Patrick Won?;, Colony champion, was responsible for Hong K< only win in this unofficial interport, defeating

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TIGER TESTIMONIALS. Mr. FULLER BULL, the well-known Broker, said 4 When the market weakens, J strengthen myself with TIGER BEER."

REPLAYING OF CLARKE CUP CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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REPLAYING OF CLARKE CUP CRICKET BY "ECHO" Credit To All— Malaya Cup Soccer Opens Season Of Athletic Sports Comments On Cahns Tour AND M the Clarke Cup afckctmatch is to be replayed after all. though there were these who declared the suggestion absurd! The decision is mm which docs i

MUAR'S EASY VICTORY OVER BATU PAHAT [ARTICLE]

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MUAR'S EASY VICTORY OVER BATU PAHAT HANNAY TAKES SEVEN FOR 14 From Our Own Correspondent) Muar, Friday. rE Muar Cricket Club scored a decisive victory over the Batu Pahat C.C. today when they won by 70 runs. A feature of the game was the bowling of N.A. Hannay, who took

MUAR'S NARROW WIN OVER JASIN C.C. [ARTICLE]

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MUAR'S NARROW WIN OVER JASIN C.C. Marshall's 5 For 17 A Great Factor From Our Own Correspondent.) Mm EXCELLENT bowling by L. A. Ma. shall who captured five wickets for 17 runs was mainly responsible for a 14 runs victory by the Muar Cricket Club over the Jasin Club JASIN

FILIPINO SUCCESS [ARTICLE]

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FILIPINO SUCCESS Watsonville, California. Ceferino Garcia, the Filipino boxer, knocked out Phil McQuillan, of Denver, a Negro, in the second round of their scheduled ten-round bout.

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Kirn CiiunK, honorary secretary of the Hospital Club, Segamat.

MALAYA CUP PROSPECTS IN JOHORE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA CUP PROSPECTS IN JOHORE Team-Building Now Under Way From Our Own Correspondent.) Muar. JOHORE will open her Malaya Cup programme on June 11 when ;ho meets Malacca at Malacca. Last year Johore finished third In he fouthern section beating Malacr ■id Negri Sembilan but losing t Ingapore and the

INTER-CLUB TENNIS AT BATU PAHAT [ARTICLE]

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INTER-CLUB TENNIS AT BATU PAHAT FALCONER CUP TOURNEY! TO BEGIN ON JUNE 7 From Our Own Correspjndent. Batu Pahat. nrVE clubs have entered for the I Falconer Cup inter-club tennis tournament which starts on June 7. They are the Civil Service Club, the Chinese Recreation Club, the Hospital Club, the

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Mr. Fred Campbell, with the Salmon weighing 41 4 Ib. which he recently took from Loch Neas.

Malayan Angler's Record Catch [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Angler's Record Catch MR. FRED CAMPBELL, late of Singapore and Bangkok, recently took a salmon of 41'^ Ib. weight on Loch Ness, i.ear Fort Augustus the heaviest taken from the loch for! many years, says British Malaya. Writing to an angling friend In 1 the south. Mr. Campbell thus

CRICKET MATCH AT GENUANG TODAY [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET MATCH AT GENUANG TODAY 'From Our Own Correspondent.) Segamat, Saturday. 'THE Segamat Cricket Club meet the Oenuang Cricket Club in their initial match of the season at Genuang tomorrow. In both their matches last season, Oenuang won. but Segamat should be able to turn the tables on them this

OFFER TO SCHMELING [ARTICLE]

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OFFER TO SCHMELING Los Angeles. The boxing promoter, Tom Or.Uery. j ha* announced that he has wired Max Schmellng, the German htavyweight, an offer of VS. $60,000 to fight the winner of the bout between Bob Nectell and Bob Pastor. Mr. Gallery also said that he had offered Tommy Farr,

HE WAS ALWAYS TIRED AND ILL. [ARTICLE]

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HE WAS ALWAYS TIRED AND ILL. Three Complaints Gave Him A Miserable Time. Suffering from three complaints— disordered kidneys, sciatica, and rheunatlsm how could this man be anyi.hing else but always tired and ill Vet, he tells us that in four weeks, Kruschen Salts brought about "a complete transformation." This

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THE SUNDAY TIMES The Leading Sunday Newspaper In Malaya. No. 284 Sunttjy, May 30, 1937 Price 10 cents

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