|Singapore built motorship "Bintan"|
Property and sharesHe bought Nos 142,144,146, 148, 150, 152 and 154 Selegie Road (total of 7,627 sq ft) for $12,100 and another property in 68 Amoy Street for $21,000 in 1919. He also leased out a seaside bungalow at No 2 East Coast Road. He also holds shares in United Saw Mills Limited.
FamilyMrs Oei Bok Sien (nee Soh Nyia Chik) passed away at the age of 62 on October 14, 1929 at No 10 Choon Guan Street (off Anson Road). Mr Oei Bok Sien passed away at the age of 66 on September 9, 1931 at No 15 Choon Guan Street (off Anson Road). Their tomb is located in Hill 3 Division A.
|Tomb of Mr and Mrs Oei Bok Sien|
|Sons, daughters, grandsons and granddaughters|
Wee Teow Beng is the proprietor of the Arcadia Cinema. He also bought the steamship Will O' the Wisp for $3,500 in 1922. This steamship was later bought by Teo Hoo Lye S.S. Co. (or Soon Bee Steamship Co.) in 1924.
Son: Wee Tiau Joe
Oei Tiau Joe died at the age of 55 on 5th June 1948. He is also buried in Bukit Brown.
Property Sale. (1916, May 17). The Singapore Free Press, page 12
Property Sale. (1916, October 23). The Singapore Free Press, page 26
Untitled.(1922, October 10). The Straits Times, page 8
Shipping Notes.The Bintan. (1926, April 15). The Singapore Free Press, page 12
Told by Camera. (1926, April 22). The Singapore Free Press, page 4
Advertisement. (1929, April 25). The Straits Times, page 16
Deaths. (1929, October 17). The Straits Times, page 4
Advertisements.(1932,September 28). The Straits Times, page 4