National Geographic : 1946 Feb
276 The National Geographic Magazine Stall 'hlot raluahe r yit , n \tilr 0 1 \illiams Bikes and Billboard Reveal Two Javanese Delights, Cycling and "Opera" Western plots adapted to the Malay tongue are popular opera fare. A distorted version of Hamlet is a favorite. Banquo's ghost brings down the house. This show, run by an Armenian, occupies a mat shed in Semarang. Three Lions Before Japan Deposed Him, a Javanese Prince Maintained This Private Army Two toy kingdoms, Seerakarta and Jogjakarta, surrounded their Dutch-advised sultans with courtiers, dancing girls, and all royal trappings. These troops guarded the petty chief of an enclave within Soerakarta.