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The Complete Sem el mesuieutored throughout by Ems, ea the Omens 3sls were litiolleu Their prhod Diver, Limber% mateda record

The Complete Sem el mesuieutored throughout by Ems, ea the Omens 3sls were litiolleu Their prhod Diver, Limber% mateda record

i the Solna el Specie mid %Weft having moured MIN worth. Upwards of ONE THOUSAND of our DIVING PUMPS daily ass in the WORLD'S PEARL FISHERIES. Agents in CHINA: Maus. and Co.. Shanghai. Agent in JAPAN: Mr. Omani. Yokohama.
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
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4, ; "or

, .. . . Rubber Production Costs . the annual turnover is taken into consideration. I . ._ IN addressing a meeting of rubber shareholders is, in fact, not a great deal in exCeas of one montli; Sir Frank Swettenhazn took exception to the state- supply at the current • rate of . w
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
OBITUARY MR. EDWARD DENT

OBITUARY MR. EDWARD DENT

Mr. Edward Dent, who died on Dec.. 18, at 2, Carlosplace, W., after a few days' illness, at the age of 83, was a partner in business with the East with his brother, the late Sir Alfred Dent, and it was largely through their efforts, not only that a charter was obtained for the B
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
THE . MALAYAN JUNGLE

THE . MALAYAN JUNGLE

WHERE THE ZOOS BEGIN By Sir Poscivsi, Pi'wars, in the "Daily Mail. Fifteen miles from Singapore, on a lonely patch of treeless swamp hemmed in by jungle and an arm of the sea, is one of the strangest prisoners' camps in the world—and the most. pathetic. It is the place where the
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
Prices , Polak liver 7% Part Deb. Stook (folly ;sd.) to 5i.i.i.... D0. Ordinary to 10 1 . lieses a

Prices , Polak liver 7% Part Deb. Stook (folly ;sd.) to 5i.i.i.... D0. Ordinary to 10 1 . lieses a

Driodishis : : . lt to li • ~ • 11/9 to 12 31 , Perak Tin •... .... lialaya Tin - • 2: Toping .. kb (aim) Taag-Tos Oorpunsiton . 2& to . 10/9 to 11/3 . 6 1 6 0 7/6 • 21/6 in 22/8 . to 21/6 . so 20/9 1/6 so 117 Indo-Oldna B. N. 00. Dot... .. " .. ie Oa 41 P. 0. 6. N. Co. Prof. ~.
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
ARTICLES OF IMPORT

ARTICLES OF IMPORT

RUB a. d. 81110 KID EININT buyers 0 71 (Last year) 0 8f Deo. buyers 0 71 Jan. buyers 0 71 Jam-Mar. buyers ...,0 7* Apl.-June buyers 0 81 Jan.-Dec. buyers 0 8f Maximum and minimum priOes Maximum (Dec. 19), 7ild.; - - , BER STANDARD CRBPIC 0 Deo. buyers 0 Jan. buyers 0 Jan.-Mar. b
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
GENERAL SHIPPING NEWS

GENERAL SHIPPING NEWS

Th4s first of two new N.Y.K. motor passenger Vessels, namely, the Terukuni Maru, was successfully launched on Dec. 19 at Nagasaki. This vessel is of 12,0(X) tons gross, and has accommodation for 200 first- and second-class passengers, and will be placed on the company's Japan..
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
GLOOMY YEAR.END

GLOOMY YEAR.END

• Japan has rarely been faced by , a harder year-end than it is now, when, according to immemorial custom, accounts must be settled. The bad conditions are believed to have been no little aggravated by the Government's retrenchment policy, which has been carried to absurd length
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
SIAM

SIAM

Communists have been active in Bangkok. Ten members of the " Association of Employees of Europeans" have been carrested. Circulars were distributed urging the estalkshment of a republic. • Their Majesties on Nov. 14 spent an hour at the Memorial Bridge site listening to explanat
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England
 
EXPORT MARKET REPORTS SILK

EXPORT MARKET REPORTS SILK

YOKOHAMA, Dec. 17.—Displays great anxiety since the silk trade is Japan's principal export. The filatures prices slowly WOW' down, production is curtailed, and the " S yndicate, ' backed by the Government, have made adNances on 20,000 bales. In the States, while the knitting ind
December 26, 1929 - London and China Express - London, London, England