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  • Page 5: ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SINGAPORE
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  • Page 12 and 13: vi CONTENTS CHAPTER XVI RELIGIOUS S
  • Page 14 and 15: LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS VOL. II SIR A
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  • Page 18 and 19: 2 SINGAPORE HARBOUR The Committee m
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  • Page 22 and 23: 6 SINGAPORE HARBOtTR bably hastened
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  • Page 31 and 32: VACILLATING POLICIES ii and was ask
  • Page 33 and 34: EXPROPRIATION 13 to their Consultin
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  • Page 45: II. 20l SIR JOHN RUMNEY NICHOI.SON,
  • Page 48 and 49: CHAPTER XIII THE COMMERCE OF SINGAP
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    RAFFLES'S FORESIGHT 25 though it ha

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    CHINESE AS TRADERS 27 junks dependi

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    PLANTING EXPERIMENTS 29 of before t

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    DUTCH RIVALRY 31 was that tea might

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    CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 33 bring the me

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    MEMBERS OF THE CHAMBER 35 Chamber a

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    TRADE DEVELOPMENT 37 Quay was finis

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    SINGAPORE RIVER 39 their own risk,

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    REGISTRATION OF PARTNERSHIPS 41 Pre

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    THE SHIPPING CONFERENCE 43 nowadays

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    CURRENCY PROBLEMS 45 coin even in P

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    MONETARY CHANGES 47 introduction of

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    PAPER CURRENCY PROPOSALS 49 State w

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    FIXITY OF EXCHANGE 51 request that

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    GOLD AND SILVER RESERVES 53 In 1908

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    SINGAPORE A FREE PORT 55 remain as

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    FARMS AND MONOPOLIES 57 take over a

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    THE OPIUM COMMISSION 59 led by the

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    OPIUM COMMISSION REPORT 6i exhausti

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    THE BOTANIC GARDENS 63 spread to ju

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    n.64] DR. NATHANIEI. WAI,I,ICH, M.D

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    66 THE COMMERCE OF SINGAPORE 1,000

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    68 THE COMMERCE OF SINGAPORE given

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    70 THE COMMERCE OF SINGAPORE cultur

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    72 THE COMMERCE OF SINGAPORE and di

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    74 THE COMMERCE OF SINGAPORE presen

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    76 THE COMMERCE OF SINGAPORE Dr. Co

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    78 THE COMMERCE OF SINGAPORE M.A. (

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    PLANTING IN SINGAPORE 79 on such di

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    EUROPEAN PLANTERS 8i his lower expe

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    TAPIOCA AND COTTON 83 to have been

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    RUBBER SALES IN SINGAPORE 85 The ru

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    LOCAL RUBBER AUCTIONS The Rubber As

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    INTRODUCTION OF RUBBER 89 which how

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    PLANTING RECOLLECTIONS 91 How much

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    MR. W. W. BAILEY 93 like a garden.

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    ORIGIN OF MOUNT AUSTIN ESTATE 95 th

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    MINERAL OIL INSTALLATION 97 THE MIN

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    GROWTH OF OIL INDUSTRY 99 formerly

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    OIL FOR WAR PURPOSES loi of the Fle

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    EARLY POSTAL REGULATIONS 103 regist

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    POSITION AT THE TRANSFER 105 that t

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    MAILS BY STEAM PACKETS 107 penditur

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    THE OVERLAND ROUTE 109

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    THE P. AND O. MAIL iii In 1896 all

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    A POSTAL MISHAP 113 The number of l

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    THE NAVY AND THE MAILS 115 was read

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    MAIL ACCELERATION 117 between Brind

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    MAILS BY A NEW ROUTE 119 The scheme

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    MAIL SERVICES BY RAIL I2i was $90,0

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    POSTAL CHARGES 123 innumerable vari

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    LOCAL POSTAL UNION 125 penny postag

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    IMPERIAL PENNY POSTAGE 127 Mauritiu

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    PARCEL POST SERVICE 129 The Parcel

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    REGISTRATION OF LETTERS 131 I St No

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    CASH ON DELIVERY SERVICE 133. Cash

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    CHINESE AND THE POST OFFICE 135 whi

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    CHINESE POSTAL RIOTS I37 For Money

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    LETTER-SMUGGLING SOCIETY 139 Previo

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    MONETARY REMITTANCES 141 1885 relie

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    ABUSE OF THE SYSTEM 143 much more e

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    GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK 145 Local P

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    THE BANK'S CUSTOMERS 147 necessaril

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    SUBMARINE CABLES 149 " The beginnin

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    TELEGRAPH EXTENSIONS 151 with Singa

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    THE TELEPHONE IN SINGAPORE 153 the

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    STRAITS STAMPS I55 The Colony is bo

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    STRAITS SURCHARGES 157 An account o

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    CURIOUS POSTAL REGULATION 159 post

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    THE FIRST POSTMASTER i6i Straits an

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    II. 162] NOFX TROTTER.

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    i64 POST OFFICE AND ITS HISTORY exp

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    CHAPTER XV THE MACHINERY OF COMMERC

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    i68 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE Valle

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    170 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE hydro

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    172 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE and 4

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    174 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE The s

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    176 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE (In 1

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    178 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE to 27

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    i8o THE MACHINERY . OF COMMERCE Mac

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    i82 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE for a

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    i84 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE A.C.A

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    i86 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE These

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    i88 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE risen

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    190 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE and F

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    192 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE Caldb

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    194 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE 191 2

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    196 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE June

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    HOTEL DE L'EUROPE 197 West Australi

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    HOWARTH, ERSKINE AND CO. 199 tain D

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    n. 200] ai.exande;r i^aurie Johnsto

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    202 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE found

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    204 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE when

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    2o6 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE the f

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    2o8 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE busin

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    210 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE Pier.

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    212 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE Nippo

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    PATERSON, SIMONS AND CO. 213 Paters

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    Jl. 2r4] DEACON CONVENIJR JACKSON M

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    2i6 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE leadi

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    2i8 • THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE R

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    220 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE was a

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    222 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE Abdul

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    224 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE his h

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    226 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE both

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    228 THE MACHINERY OF COMMERCE a Lon

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    SYME AND COMPANY 229 ill on the voy

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    MR. JAMES GRAHAM 231 and had a rema

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    TOMLINSON AND LERMIT 233 Graham, 18

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    CHAPTER XVI RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE By

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    REV. B. P. KEASBERRY 237 had no off

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    THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND 239 East. vSi

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    n. 240] BISHOP WIT,SOX OF CAI^CUTTA

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    242 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE sixty inmat

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    244 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE way from Ba

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    246 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE Good Shephe

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    248 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE are regarde

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    250 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE ministered

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    352 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE Government,

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    254 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE disappointm

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    256 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE freedom of

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    258 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE increasing

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    THE ARMENIAN CHURCH 259 immigrants

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    THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 261 Presbyt

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    GENEROUS DONATIONS 263 at the junct

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    PRESBYTERIAN MISSION 265 Young duri

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    THE METHODIST CHURCH 267 house has

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    n. 268] REV. DR. she;i,i.abear.

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    270 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE prises. Amo

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    272 RELIGIOUS SINGAPORE men by no o

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    CHRISTIAN WORKERS 273 Department, a

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    CHINESE CHRISTIANS ^75 for the incr

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    SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS 277 Malcolm'

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    STRAITS NEWSPAPERS 179 the old Sett

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    THE "STRAITS TIMES" 281 Indian Muti

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    THE "SINGAPORE FREE PRESS" 283 Hung

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    MALAY PANTUNS 285 daily in Arabic a

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    LITERARY CONTRIBUTORS 287 writers i

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    JOURNALISTIC AMENITIES 289 many oth

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    lU 290] THE STRAITS TIMES THE MOST

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    292 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS his effo

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    "STRAITS PRODUCE" 293 in 1868, and

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    SAMPLES OF GENUINE STRAITS PRODUCE-

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    296 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS spirit o

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    298 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS Hon. Sec

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    300 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS Another

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    302 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS It was t

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    304 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS In that

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    3o6 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS The deat

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    3o8 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS or Chair

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    310 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS 191 1 th

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    312 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS for perm

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    314 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS Directly

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    3i6 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS taking t

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    3i8 INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS The Stra

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    CHAPTER XVIII A CENTURY OF SPORT In

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    322 A CENTURY OF SPORT Treasurer, a

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    THE CRICKET CLUB 323 a great deal t

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    CRICKET ON THE ESPLANADE 325 best y

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    i?2r f

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    328 A CENTURY OF SPORT S.C.C., and

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    330 A CENTURY OF SPORT of beating b

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    332 A CENTURY OF SPORT 1895-7, shar

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    334 A CENTURY OF SPORT 1906, Sherwo

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    336 A CENTURY OF SPORT In 1900 Prin

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    338 A CENTURY OF SPORT Mrs. Ransfor

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    SINGAPORE GOLF CLUB 339 Miller, W.

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    INTERPORT GOLF MATCHES 341 left the

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    GOLF TOURNAMENTS 343 tarily withdre

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    STRAITS CHAMPIONSHIPS 345 year with

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    PROMINENT GOLFERS 347 service. Duri

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    SINGAPORE SPORTING CLUB 349 All sub

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    n. 350] "MR. curpeje;e:" (J. Paton

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    352 A CENTURY OF SPORT spurs and do

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    A CENTURY OF SPORT 354 Two of these

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    356 A CENTURY OF SPORT probably the

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    358 A CENTURY OF SPORT of the latte

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    36o A CENTURY OF SPORT ran away wit

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    A SURPRISE PACKET 361 up. Sugden's

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    AUTOMOBILE CLUB 363 " runs " and "

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    n. 364] MR. C. B. BUCKI^EY IN HIS B

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    366 A CENTURY OF SPORT in the early

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    368 A CENTURY OF SPORT mostly clean

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    TIGERS IN SINGAPORE 369 two miles o

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    TIGER HUNTING 37^ in Singapore is a

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    A NIGHT ADVENTURE 373 easy ones, as

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    I MALAY BELIEFS 37S " A sportsman,

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    AN ENCOUNTER WITH BEES 377 they wou

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    PARTRIDGE BREEDING 379 Soon after t

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    CHAPTER XIX AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND

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    THE CORPS DRAMATIQUE 383 When Dutro

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    BUCKLEY'S CHILDREN'S PARTIES 385 su

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    n. 386] J. C. D. JONKS ("Panjang").

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    388 AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND MUSIC "

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    390 AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND MUSIC M

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    392 AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND MUSIC s

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    "lOLANTHE" AND "THE MIKADO" 393 The

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    "THE PRIVATE SECRETARY" 395 In 1890

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    "H.M.S. PINAFORE" 397 Captain Wynte

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    CI. 398] W. DUXMAN AND E. E. SYKES.

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    400 AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND MUSIC T

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    402 AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND MUSIC S

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    404 AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND MUSIC a

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    4o6 AMATEUR THEATRICALS AND MUSIC i

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    MR. EDWARD SALZMANN 407 Macarthur (

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    ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS 409 an exceptio

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    SWEET SINGERS OF SINGAPORE 411 Meye

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    CHORAL SOCIETY 413 then Duke and Du

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    REGIMENTAL BANDS 415 used to be cal

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    WILLIAM HENRY READ 417 testing agai

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    ROBERT BARCLAY READ 4^9 " Certainly

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    RAFFLES'S PLEDGE RECALLED 421 port

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    THE BRADDELL FAMILY 423 Chambers of

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    tl. 424] THOMASIBRADDETX, C.IM.G. S

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    426 CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS to sol

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    428 CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS He die

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    430 CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS called

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    432 CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS Doroth

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    SIR BENSON MAXWELL 433 Lord Dufferi

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    SIR W. E. MAXWELL 435 sion to Capta

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    STUDENT AND ADMINISTRATOR 437 remai

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    ROBERT WALTER MAXWELL 439 and fearl

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    WILLIAM GEORGE MAXWELL 441 Laws of

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    THE CRANES 443 Crane married Thomas

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    THOMAS DUNMAN.

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    446 CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS the mo

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    THE SHELFORDS 447 he was knighted b

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    THE KERS AND THE KERRS 449 words af

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    SIR JOHN ANDERSON 451 protested in

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    II. 452] SIR JOHN ANDERSON.

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    454 CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS favour

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    THE ANECDOTAL HISTORY 455 on this w

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    THE JOLLY OLD OCTOPUS 457 or could

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    w. 458] JOHN FRASER.

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    46o CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS and ze

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    SIR HENRY McCALLUM 461 and the scho

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    11. 462] MANASSEH MBYER, J.P.

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    464 CONCERNING KNOWN PERSONS his ea

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    466 THE MERRY PAST past, though our

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    468 THE MERRY PAST There, as at Mr.

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    470 THE MERRY PAST wall remained, s

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    472 THE MERRY PAST from mainsails t

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    474 THE MERRY PAST the sensation I

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    476 THE MERRY PAST always referred

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    478 THE MERRY PAST succeeds : macar

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    A SARCASTIC HISTORIAN 479 and the r

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    THE FIRST HOTEL 481 cessfully. Thre

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    FEAST OF ST. ANDREW 483 dinner, Dr.

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    TANJONG TANGKAP 485 is still preser

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    SINGAPORE IN THE 'FORTIES 487 Oppos

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    CHINESE ROBBERS AT TANGLIN 4S9 attr

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    CONVICTS AS SERVANTS 491 as they st

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    SOCIAL SINGAPORE 493 arrival of an

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    MUSIC ON THE ESPLANADE 495 Hamburg.

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    AN AFFAIR OF HONOUR 497 building th

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    WHAMPOA'S HOSPITALITY 499 Singapore

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    '\^s€^Ll.^

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    502 THE MERRY PAST Chaplain. Mr. Ph

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    504 THE MERRY PAST In addition to t

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    5o6 THE MERRY PAST ronised, especia

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    5o8 THE MERRY PAST The old heavy di

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    510 THE MERRY PAST Motor Car and At

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    512 THE MERRY PAST water and the ba

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    514 THE MERRY PAST " under the supe

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    5i6 THE MERRY PAST We have seen how

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    5i8 THE MERRY PAST Ross, the author

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    520 THE MERRY PAST spurious Madras

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    522 THE MERRY PAST in Singapore in

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    VISIT OF SAILOR PRINCES 523 K.B.E.,

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    SLAVE DEBTORS 525 PERSONAL RECOLLEC

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    A SCHOOL VENDETTA 527 the school ac

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    A CONTRAST IN GOVERNORS 529 to make

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    ARRIVAL OF HIGHLAND REGIMENT 53^ th

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    CENSUS OFFICE STAFF 533 the approac

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    TEMPERANCE WORK 535 denominations,

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    SCHOOL MEMORIES 537 " On the site o

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    ENGINEERING EXPERIENCES 539 years.

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    THE ENGINEER AND ARAB OWNER 541 Joh

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    SINGAPORE 1846 Scale of

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    IMPRESSIONS OF OLD SINGAPORE 545 th

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    YOUNG DARE AND THE TIGERS 547 that

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    A GRUESOME SPECTACLE 549 at present

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    n. 550] BUGIS BOAT WITH I^ADDER MAS

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    552 THE MERRY PAST having processio

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    554 THE MERRY PAST the morning. The

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    556 THE MERRY PAST only bottle of l

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    558 THE MERRY PAST and still goes b

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    CHAPTER XXII SINGAPORE'S FUTURE By

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    562 SINGAPORE'S FUTURE have thought

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    564 SINGAPORE'S FUTURE Does the pas

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    566 SINGAPORE'S FUTURE No section o

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    568 SINGAPORE'S FUTURE population m

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    CHAPTER XXIII THE CENTENARY DAY AND

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    572 CENTENARY DAY AND CELEBRATION I

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    574 CENTENARY DAY AND CELEBRATION 1

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    576 CENTENARY DAY AND CELEBRATION A

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    578 CENTENARY DAY AND CELEBRATION *

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    58o CENTENARY DAY AND CELEBRATION c

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    582 CENTENARY DAY AND CELEBRATION p

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    584 CENTENARY DAY AND CELEBRATION w

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    CHRONOLOGY 1819 Jan. 28 Raffles lan

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    CHRONOLOGY 589 1835 Nov. 9 Foundati

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    CHRONOLOGY 591 1871 July 4 Selangor

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    i877 April 7 i8

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    i882

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    1885

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    i889 Aug. 12

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    189 Mar. CHRONOLOGY 6oi Disastrous

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    1896

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    1902 CHRONOLOGY 605 Children's Coro

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    Dec. CHRONOLOGY 607 Death of Mr. Ge

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    CHRONOLOGY 609 1916 Jan. The Sultan

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    6l2 INDEX Albrand, Father E. R., ii

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    6i4 INDEX Barker, Mr. F. W,, ii, 18

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    6i6 INDEX Bott, Dr. W. N., Governme

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    6i8 INDEX Burkill, Mr. I. H., Super

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    620 INDEX Chow Phya. action concern

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    622 INDEX pore Institution, i, 433

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    624 Donaldson & Burkinshaw, i, 225

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    626 INDEX Eurasians in Singapore, i

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