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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1920.
Our in New Agency New York Tlm aa- VTk WHt'l OUW ",rnCtS THE STATE BANK OF THE PORTUGUESE COLONIES Paid-up Capital Esc. 24,000,000 $25,894,080.00 Reserve Funds - - Esc. 24,000,000 $25,894,080.00 (At par of nichmit) THE BANCO NACIONAL ULTRAMARINO announces the opening ot its New York Agency in the Singer Building, 93 Liberty Street, near Broadway. This agency makes readily available to American merchants, manufacturers and bankers the exceptionally broad facilities of a semi-governmental institution established for more than half a century, with total resources of more than $1,159,000,000 and maintaining 70 branch offices in Portugal, Brazil, East and West Africa, India, the Far East, London and Paris. Inquiries will be gladly answered BANCO NACIONAL ULTRAMARINO Newark Agency, 93 Liberty Street Joseph McCurracb, Agent Head Office : Lisbon, Portugal JAPAN PREPARED FOR BOLSHEVIKI Expects Attack as Soon as the Reds Dispone Of Poltndi land 30 Years in Export Banking Intimate knowledge of the needs and habits of the people, acquired by years of experience and actual residence in the coun tries themselves, is essential when transacting business abroad. 23 Branches in South America One Branch in Mexico Eight offices in Europe Direct connections with India ANaoSoum American dANK, LI MITED New York Agency, 49 Broadway Head Offce London F. C. HARPING. Agent ALFRED WINSTA.VLEY. Suo-Jtftnl .Capital and Raservss over twelve and a half i million pounds sterling SHANGHAI NATIVES GUARD INTERESTS Demand Representation Municipal Council. in ; Shanghai. July 1. Chinese taxpay I rs have Just held he-re for the nrst : rime since the establishment of an In ternational Settlement, seventy yeara j ago. a meeting to determine what klml , of an organixatlnn they shall form for i the protection of theli Interests within the settlement. During the early part of th year nn agitation was started by members of the Chinese business community to se i cure Chinese representation In thu Mil ; nicipal Council. After a long, hard i fight it was finally deckled by the coun j ell to permit the Chinese to appoint a repressntatlve group of five who would act at advisers, but It was rmide clear at the time that the official position of these delegates would be adrlsory only. The new organisation will, as soon as It becomea a permanent organiza tion, elect the Ave advisers and work for actual representation in the Munici pal Council. COREAN MAKES BIG GUT. It is as impossible to dupli cate the delicious flavor of FORMOSA OOLONG TEA as it is to duplicate the lustrous beauty of true pearls in shoddylmitations. Formosa Oolong tea is flavored by nature only. It is pure; never colored. Your Grocer Has It if ne is a Good Grocer a (om it. OLAMBITOa nosWOBTH It Is learned from official sources that Japan expects energetlo attacks from the Bolshevlkl as soon na l'oland Is dis posed of, and the feara that were enter tained by Japanese officials as early as ovember of luat year that a war with the BollbtTtkl was Inevitable aeem to have been more accurately founded than most foreigners believed them to be Unquestionably It Is the aim of the Bolshevlkl not only to consolidate all .1 .. terelfnrv fnrmerlv SNlbraesd In the vast empire of the Ci'ur. but to add to It the terrltorv which has long been rnunted hv nusKiun militarists, which iiBbraeei tha terrltor) In which Japan Is partlculnrly Interested, covered by Mongolia. Manchuria and Corea. The Russo-Jap-ness war settled tor the time being the encroachment of tbi greedy iti.sfcianx iiu.m Oriental territory, but (hi fresh ambition and Iho surprising power of the Bolshevlkl cause Russia to again rise up ns a threatening .force within possible striking distance of Japan. The looseness of the sovereignty over Mongolia and northern Manchuria Is rec ognized by all forelgnets who have trav elled through them, but Japan has mors reason to study the situation and weigh the possible results of a Bolshevik In vasion of them than any other country save China. Banditry, disloyalty and collusion of certain Chinese factions with the Bolshevlkl have opened the doors for n Bed Invasion of northern China and are keeping them open. Ex cept for a barrl r which Japan may erect there Is nothing in sight yet to prevent the Bolshevlkl from overrunning these great lands. Japan I'repared for Sbor. With the bandits and disloyal troops In the northern provinces of China won to them, the Bolshevlkl could place In Jeopardy the Japanese Interests in south Manchuria and Corca and even threaten the Japanese mainland, with tneir usual ..marijM foresight for trouble the tlonablv have sent and are maintaining In Siberia sufficient tot-ess to stand the first shock of the Bolshevik attack If ll comes, preferring to receive It as far from the horn nm tinssihle. v-nrlv all Japanese patriots are f lie opinion thai the advance of Japanese troons Into the Baikal region wjs a mistake, and their maintenance there a still greater mistake, cspecitlv ,ift.r the withdrawal of allied and Anv- i. irinn from Siberlal. It Is rather more than hinted that the move was made at the Instigation of a European Power, and that It was not until after the massacre at Nlkolaevak that the Jepaneaa fully reatlaed tiie precarious ness of the outcome of their tingle handed stand so many hundreds of miles from their western borders. The withdrawal of Japanese troops to the maritime provinces and the occupa tion of Saghallen. wntcn is unurr u.c Jurisdiction of one of these provinces, seems to be all that can he done .it pres ent. Until the Mkolaevsk calamity the popular sentiment In Japan favored the withdrawal of all troops from Siberia, but since then the people have seemed to I sense U danger which the OmclSIS saw ' Intitr a irn Japan is now In a position where she caif be governed by eventualities and can either fight or make peace without finding herBelf in an awkward position. Should an attack be mode by the Bol shevlkl her position will be so consoli dated that an effective defence will be possible at a aafe distance from her own borders If. on the other hand, and which she most desires, the Bol shevlkl succeed In making peace with European nations, It will be easy for Japan to come to terms with whatever Russian Government offers a peace which Is real, and to withdraw her troops gracefully and quickly. The' Russian situation is so involved and the activities of the many factions so disconcerting, especially when cloud ed In the haze of the propaganda which all Of them are frantically carrying on in Japan, that the people are bewildered and the officials uncertain, though per haps no more so than the people and officials In other countries. niamr for Massacre. It is stated that the Nlkolaevak mas sacre waa carried out by the Partisans and the Soviet propaganda stoutly maintains the Innocence of the real Bolshevlkl. As nearly as can be as certained the Partisans are Bolshevlkl who posed as Social Revolutionaries during the withdrawal of the allied troops, who countenanced the activities of the Social Revolutionaries, but not those of the avowed Bolshevlkl. These opportunists built up a sort of independent Bolshevik force as a result of their successful duplicity in dealing with the Allies and the Americans and have continued to act independently, but In perfect accord with the real Bol shevikl. Some of them have anyway, but there may be factions even among the Partisans, for M. Krupenskl, Rus sian Ambassador to Toklo, only partly agrees. Ho says that the name Parti san means an independent si"up of military men having nothing to do with any organlrd army, and therefore bear ing no poll! al color. The Russians who committed such a cruel outrage must be Bolsheviks, not Partlzans. They COREAN GIRLS GET HIGHER EDUCATION Soma Observers See Danger in Tendency. Haofi., COrea, July 1. The second large brick building of the Hukmyung Olrls' School here was recently formally dedicated In the presence of 450 grad uates and 200 Invited guests, among whom were Dr. MIdxuno, administrative superintendent nf Corea; Director Bhl bata of the Educational Bureau, and Oov. Kudo of the province. This school was founded fourteen yeai s ago by Mme. Noye Fuclilznwu, and at that time she had only ono .smull build ing and five pupils. The first years of the school were lean yenrs because of the Coroan aversion to the education of women. But perseverence lias won, and the school now l.oaata two fine brlok buildings treated at a cost of some $Su, 000. and the school hss too Htudents. Prominent observers lament the lack of practical training given to girls In the schoolH and colleges, both secular and missionary. They say that educated girls are too temperamental und superior In their own opinions to nceept the at tention of Coroan swains, and thereby become UltfUl as wives and mothers. It Is asserted thill they prefer to enjoy the publlelty which they secure to them selves through conducting reform move ments and agitations of one kind or an oll er. CHINESE WIRELESS SERVES BIG FIELD Government Station at Pekin Is Opened. PttKiy, July 5. Form I announcement has been made here that the Govern ment wireless station at the Temple nf Heaven, Pekin. Is open for servlco ami that all telegraph offices In the city will accept radiograms at the same rates as those charged for land messages for transmission to Kalgan, Wuchang, Woo lUIUfi Shanghai and Foochow. Speclsl rates apply to radiograms sent to Alp ami aviation stations, and uch mes sage.! are accepted only by the central office. The new wireless service gives Pekin Improved communication with some of tho most important commercial centres In China. Kalgan, Chlhll Irovince, handles much Mongolian trade; Wu chang. Hupeh Province, Is one of the Wuhan cltlee (the others being Hankow .'n.l Hanyang), which have a combined population ef about 1,500,000; Woosun Is in Klansu province, fifteen miles from Shanghai, where the larger ocoan steam ships anchor ; Shanghai, the leading ;ort of China; Foochow, Kuklen Prov ince, has a large export trade In tea. It Is reported that a wireless station will be established at Urge, Mongolia, before the first of the year. MINES IN CHffiA OFFER GOOD FIELD Province f Hunan NTedi American Capital for Devel opment of Resources. American Loading; Methods Tried. L'nlted States Consul Edward J. Nor ton, stationed at Sydney, Australia, in a special report says that recently when he was consulted In regard to Improve ments in the port of Newcastle to facilitate the handling of coal and to utilize the capacity of the State Rail ways lolling ttock the local engineer recommended the adoption of the American system of storage bins and machinery and the construction of spe cial colliers, which would enable the loading and unloading to be done by automatic grabs, as has beep done at Sydney, where a modern coal bunkering depot. In 'which American machinery has been Installed, is Hearing completion. Serin China" Vessel Ready. The placing into commission of the 200 foot Steamship I-oong Mow by Mac kenzie A Co. opens for the first time to tourltts the upper r.-aches of the Vang tseklang in China and now enables trav ellers to enjoy In comfort and safety one of the most wonderful and picturesque river trips in the world. The new ship will traverse the treacherous stretches through the Gorges between Ichang and Chungking. That the wonders and beau ties of the trip may be fully apprecisted n special observation deck has been provided. Chinese Seek Kulrnalona. On account of the sudden turn of ex change against them. Chinese Importers In Shanghai have appealed to the for eign importers and commission houses to extend the time of delivery for six months on all goods now In transit to them, snd to cancel all orders not al ready shipped. The Chinese predict that, unless this is done, all business in China will be demoralized and a commercial collapse result. Vaii!Nto.s Aug. . There. Is a good opportunity at present, for the In vestment of American capital In mining enterprises In the Province of Hunan. China, according to a report sent to the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Com merce here by American Consul M. V. Perkins, stationed at Changs!, who states that there Is great AMMOi capital in the province and an , bso lute necessity for foreign money If the. n Ines are to be developed.) The chief miner, uls are antimony, coal, zinc, lead, tungs ten and manganese. Consul Perkins's report points out that although the Province of "ffVi" tains over 20.000,000 people, has const able, agricultural possibilities and li readily aoceatibli by rail and water from Hankow, its resources are but lit tle developed and It has no direct trade With foreign countries except In anti mony and tungsten. It Would be practically useless for American merchants to attempt to carry on direct business by corresp.muence says the report, "with CWneae merchants. In Changsha, Changteh and ochow, the three principal cities of the province, ow ing to the difficulties In language, busi ness methods. Inspection and ranspor- tation. so practically all the m ortjm import business of this region I" carried on through established Arms in Hankow and Shanghai, with connect N -ns n Hunan. It might, however, be possll c for travelling representatives of Amei cac -oncerns to make arrangements w llh r.utabl- Chinese merchants in Chang sha to take care of their business, though It would he more desirable for such rep resentatives to be stationed In Changsha r the trade seemed to warrant It. The establishment of a branch of the AslI Banking Corporation in Changsha on November 10, 181, will tend to facll- ,e trade with America through con cerns which have local represcn atlon. T iere Is considerable importation of cotton yattb dyes, sheetings, "hlrtlngs matches, copper Ingots and electrical supplies, i.mv. Ufwfc ..reliance rate on 1 Hi; ii. 1 ..--- -. p - .. . w. it difficult to make pmflt on exports to countries on a gold basis, and this check to trade makes Chinese mine ownors realize me. ncv. ally of Improving their methods to re duce the expenses of production and to Increase their output. For this foreign .apltn! is necessary, and the investment It American funds in Sino-Amerlcan mining companies would be welcomed at present, though the Chinese would be reluctant to let In foreigners if they were making large profits through low silver exchange. "The Chinese are not Inclined to em ploy high priced foreign experts for the v.,inrnti.n nil development of their properties, snd so there is an excellent oDoortunity for the profitable employ ment of American capital nnd engineers bv organizations which are serlouslv Interested in securing supplies of these minerals and are ready to meet oondl tions." silver a CANADA TO OPEN FAR EAST SERVICE Three Lines Said to Contemplation. Be in It Is reported that the Canadian Gov rrnment has decided to open cargo boat .service to India and the Far East, cou slstlng of three lines, one to run from the Pacific coast to the Orient and Cal cutta, a second to be operated on the Atlantic through the Mediterranean to India, Ceylon and tho Strait Settlements and a third line from the Atlantic .sea board to South Africa. At present the Canadian Government is maintaining a steamship service on another three lines, namely, between At lantic ports and Europe, South America and the West Indies, a line from Van- ouver to Australia and a coastwise line. In addition to the proposed new ser vice the Canadian Government Is con- ! templatlng the Inauguration of a pas senger line between Pacinc ports and Far Eastern porta Banker I.Ives moo, ono to mrrclal School. Mr. Chang Kilsang. a millionaire banker of 'laiku. Corea, has donated $100,000 to the Commercial School of his city. Before the annexation no Corean would have dared come forward with any such offer because his wealth would have been confiscated Immedlce ly by grasping official. Also, there was no Incentive to the establishment i f commercial schools because of the tise lessness of making money.. Mr. Kilsang Is not the first Co can to contribute to such public institutions and such contributions show the co ifl- r n T." "WW Corean officials n I perpetrated such acts numbers of time's wiwwwiwiii .11 uii-. f IU0. .ill . I ivusang is president of a mwlv form, d To I tlltae Phosphate Deposits. It Is reported by United States Consul. General Alfred A. Wlnslow that nego tiations are under way whereby the New Zealand Government, Jointly with Australia, will become possessor of a large portion of the phosphate deposits In tho Nauru Islands, which. It la esti mated, contain several million tons of this most valuable ingredient for fertilizer. BUSES IN SINGAPORE. American and British Into Vme. Type Come Australian News The problem of local transportation In Singapore la expected to be vastly Improved by the recent Inauguration of a new system of motor transporta tion. The system comprises three motor buses operated by a private concern. The average cost of each bus is J9.500. Thev are built after the type of the summer street car and are twenty-three feet long and seven feet wide, with six row s of seats, each row accommodating ; five passengers. The motors used are tho products of I well known American and British man- ufactuse. Two nf the buses are being operated along the route from Sepoy Corean bank In Taiku. Australian Zinc for Brlglnm. The British and Belgian Governments have signed a contract under which Belgium will receive, on favorable terms, 2M.0OO tons of Australian raw sine, delivery to be completed within two years. This Is In line with the policy Inaugurated two years ago whereby the British Government ar ranged to take TjO.OOO tons of Australian 2lnc contrates per annum for the period of the war and one year there after and 300.000 tons per annum for nine ioiiowing years, st the same time se curing an option on the balance of Aus tralia's zinc production. When this con ! tract was entered Into one of the ob I Jects was to restore the Belgian sine i refineries to a pre-war footing. Malays to MakeOrra .Hatches. As there Is a great demand In the Malay peninsula and nearby countries for matches, the bulk of which is now supplied by Japan and China, the prog ress of tho new match factory which Is being erected at Kuala Lumpvur Is re ceiving considerable attention. The fac tory, which Is expected to begin opera tions soon, embraces two distinct and independent plants, each with a capac ity for turning out from TOO to 760 gross boxes per day of ten hours. before they found their way Into N'lko- InevHk. Their cruel raids only escaped public notice because of the fact that their devilish activity was restricted within the interior of Russia, where the Russians were the only residents. "In order to avoid all consequent trou ble with the country that suffered, at Nlkolaevak, the offenders pretend they belong to a different group of people called Partisans. The Bolsheviks are cruel by nature, end their existence Is as detrimental to the Russians as to the foreign .peoples. Their object Is to stir up a proletariat revolution throughout the world. They recognise neither Rus sis nor foreign Powers." But his explanation Is rather dis credited beoause the Siberians, who were also victims of the raid, charge the Partlzans with the crime SIIKM.HARBOR.-Th Msequsrle Pa tor winch a larse Rovermi.eiit grant ua ,, ...i,i..u u .i. ,,i...t made, lias now been completed. The Hhell- . , . , harbor Council has decided . to c"ose th. int0 0ve eections. A price of five cents mouth of Lske Illan rr against nt fishing i !s charged for each Bection. The busi tnd to develop the district ss a line fishing i ness has been very successful, and It Is na oi,u. resort. ... e.pecte(j tna, lhe operating com- I TOOLKYBUC -It Is proposed to build a tildge over the Murray Wvsr at this poln: i ' oi e.ii.uw. jnis win on the on v . , ,.. bridge across the stream between Sn nfll ' EAST INDIA MAKING STEEL. niiu ..i'.. nnu in -oirn AUritraltS. i -. Vehicles nore cross the rtver at Toolevbus on 1 . - a punt worked by hand. When the river Is Two Plants Able to Sopply Small ' ion- tney can carry- only n Fins': load. dn. expected that (any will extend me system to cover additional routes and build more buses. tr. the steepness of the hanks. At nrer.i isere Is very little Irrigation on tha Xew South Wales side of the rlrer In this district, but plans have been prepared for Irrigating about 10.I10O acres near hare, the land being well suited for fruit growing. PYDNET The five malted barkentlne Biaeaide, recently launched In the Parra mata River, Is the largest vessel to be built south of the equator. She was constructed by Messrs. Kidman A Mayoh and la of Aus tralian hardwood, with pine decks. Tha vas sal, which was originally ordered under the Commonwealth Government shipbuilding schema and was later taken over by Bums. Philip a Co., Ltd., has a deadweight capacity ot .,600 tons. She and a sister ship, ths Burnalde, will be employed In the copra trade to the Pacific coast and Europe. . Part of Local Ilemniul. I IndlA has already laid the basU of a I steel Industry In the establishment of I two important and successful Iron ami steel works, namely the Bengal Iron and Steel Works at Kultl, which turns out 10,000 tons ot pig iron a month, and the Tata Iron and Steel Works at Sakchl, about 15S miles from Calcutta, which has a monthly production of about 20,000 tons. Most of this pig iron is converted Into steel, which Is largely used locally In the production of rails and the smaller structural shapes, but even with addi tional furnaces now under construction, which In the case of the Tata works will more than triple its previous capac ity, not more than a fraction of India's! flfiBART. Several new Industrial schemes it belnx Initiated in Taimanla. A comuanv despatch received by the War Office i has been ',rh.t,h?n,nJJ!ifJJi',UP "eed ot iron ftnd 8teel wl" be nupplied in the Tamar Valley and a third for worklna I "'oin these two works. day deposits at Kingston and the making of 1 in Toklo reports that the Japanese troops occupying Nikolaev.sk are now being pestered dally with applications from Russians In the vicinity of Nlko laevsk for protection from the atrocious Partisans. Among others, the Russian residents of Nlkolaevak who returned to the port after the arrival of the Japanese troops there have sent In an application In the Joint names of twenty representatives, for the rescue of their kinsmen, who, except children under 15 yeara of age and the aged, had been arrested on the drain pipes, bilcks. ac. garden plpea, tiles, flre- Tasiaaala Short ot Cement. In view of the serious shortage of cement In Tasmania, for which thero seems to be no Immediate relief, as the shortage of trucks prevents transporta tion of that made In New South Wales, and as very little of the limited supply that dees reach Sydney Is likely to get to Tasmania In the near future, it Is ex pected that Tsamanlan business men wtn soon begin to manufacture their own cement- upper reaches of the Amgun by the Partisans when the latter evacuated Nlkolsevsk. MELBOURNE. W. A. Watt, former Treas urer of the Commonwealth, who on Juna 10 resigned his post while en a visit to Great brltaln, has just returned to London with Mrs. Watt from a trip to Parts and a tour ot tha French battlefields, according to des patches from England. Mr. Watt would make no statement with regard to his res ignation. He bas arranged to leave for Aus tralia by tha Baltic on August IS. Journey Ina la tha United States, catchtna- Hie ; N'agara whan aha leavca the Pacific coast In September. This will bring him home In November. Before leaving for America Mr. and Mra. Wstt will spend a fortnight In Scotland. Developing; Transportation. the development of transporta- ( bins That Hon facilities In China !s receiving ac tive consideration Is noted by the deci sion of, the Tlenteln-Pukow Railway to construct a train ferry at Pukow. the cost of the product, including railway approaches, Incurring aa expenditure of t3.0.0W. MELBOURNE -In the Hume of Represen tatives Prime Minister Hughes said that he was more than ever convlnoed tha machinery of the arbitration court was totally unfitted for grappling with certain circumstances connected with tha coal and other Induatrlea. The. court procedure, ha found, waa full of tortuous pMialls, and tha Government was introducing a bill Into tha House with tha rbjaet of astabllahrag tribunals of employers and employees, with Jurisdiction over special tadustrtea. Ceylon to Cultivate Rice. In view of the serious shortage of food 1 supplies, the Ceylon Government and private enterprises are reported to be taking steps to again place under culti vation, through modern methods of agri culture, the land In Ceylon which has been lying idle tor hundred of years. With this end In view, the Director of Ftod Supplies of Ceylon Is seeking In formation on methods and machinery employed In the cultivation of rice in the United States and Philippine Islands. i miser Welcomed In Far Raal, The I". S. S Alhfcm . protected cruiser. Is making a tour of Far Eastern ports. Al Dalren the people turned out to honor the visitors snd provided enter tainment snd receptions for the entire personnel of the ship. The next .port et which the Albsny will call la Chemulpo. Corea, and the arrival of the cruiser will be the signal for another display of hospitality. FIJI ISLANDS SHOW FAIR PROSPERITY Dairying and Cattle Raiting Being Extended. Conditions In the FIJI Islands are fair ly good, judging from Government In come and expendlturea for the paejt year and other definite Information coming forward. The receipts of the Fijian Government for 1019 were $2,019,67, as compared with $l,fi43,600 for 1918, with total expenditures Sot the twelve months of $2,142,819, as compared with II Mi 435 for the previous year, and the oU look Is fair. The sugar Industry during 1919 f4w somewhat short of former outputs, hi. Increased prices made returns greats than during the previous yeai. Dairying and cattle raising are fast beoomlni nn. portant Industries throughout thai u.. , and there Is plenty of fat stock avail able for export; also, much intention being given to the preparation nf e0pr In many of the Islands of the Kroui. At present there Is some financial strlu gency In the islands, but this la pot s peoted to continue unless advetss oil matlo conditions prevail. 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