Waichow Intelligence Summary #26, 7 Apr 1943
Further to W.I.S. No.24, 23 Mar 43, 19, 61 and 99 confirm that GRAYBURN (the former source says STREATFIELD also) is at the Gendarmerie H.Q., Ventris Road, Happy Valley, whither he was taken on 17 Mar 43. No visitors are allowed and a boy, sent by LADY GRAYBURN with clothes for her husband, was not allowed to hand them to him personally.
Dr. TALBOT is said (source 19) to have been out of STANLEY to undergo an operation about a month ago at the FRENCH HOSPITAL and M.Y. 3,000 with which he was caught are said to have been left for British Internees by American repatriates last year.
A second possible reason for GRAYBURN's detention was suggested by 60 who sais an unsigned HK$500 note (ofa a type?) not yet in circulation had been found and brought back from Free China.
The rest of the Bank staff remain free but are watched.
Everyone entering the Bank must now state his business and leave his name and address.
Reference W.I.S. No.16, 14 Jan 43 -
"PREST" now PRESS. This is S. P. WONG (J.P.) uncle of FIG No.46 who used to help 46 in his work. When his nephew died S.P. WONG apparently sent a letter stating that he would continue to help through 19 and gave his nom-de-plume.
In a note dated 24 Mar 43 MONAGHAN states the Norwegians are definately interned.