Sabah in History

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August 08, 2020 Sabah In History
JESSELTON: NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES (Saturday, October 6, 1962) A new member of the Education Department arrived in Jesselton this week. He is Dr F. J. A. Rawcliffe, who has been in the Education Department, Malaya since 1946. He left Kuala Lumpur, where he was Chief Education Officer, in May this year.
August 08, 2020 Sabah In History
TUARAN: NBN & SABAH TIMES  (Monday, Oct 15, 1962) Sat. — A Chinese barber of Tamparuli was yesterday convicted and fined $50 by the magistrate Mr I. R. Greene for carrying on business in a shop without a licence.
August 08, 2020 Sabah In History
KIMANIS: British North Borneo Herald MAY 1, 1883  The visitor to North Borneo, steaming northward from Labuan will find himself, after passing Nosong Point, abreast of Kimanis, lying in the bight of the bay of that name, and the most southerly station of the North Borneo Company on the West Coast.
August 08, 2020 Sabah In History
British North Borneo Herald May 1, 1883  ON the 26th March, Allim, a native of Sugut, was put upon his trial at Kudat for murder, before the Governor and the Assistant Resident in charge, with a jury of twelve composed of Europeans, Chinese, and Malays, with Mr. D. D. Daly as foreman. The prisoner made a good defence and the jury brought in a verdict of “culpable homicide not amounting to murder.” The prisoner was sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for a term of five years.
July 27, 2020 Sabah In History
Before wildlife documentary pioneer Osa Johnson sailed up and down the mighty Kinabatangan River in 1920, Ada Pryer nee Ada Blanche Locke (1855-1916) did so two decades earlier.
July 25, 2020 Sabah In History
Advice on oil palm growing.
July 25, 2020 Sabah In History
North Borneo Herald (MAY 1, 1883) IT is our sad duty to chronicle in this, only our second issue, the occurrence of a most melancholy accident resulting in the death of a promising young officer of the Company’s service.
July 24, 2020 Sabah In History
Kota Kinabalu: London based author and artist June Adeline Corpuz, an orphan from a royal house of a seafaring tribe from North Borneo, will present a Zoom book reading on Ada Pryer, the lover of William Burgess Pryer, remembered today as the founder of modern Sandakan.
July 18, 2020 Sabah In History
British North Borneo Herald (May 1, 1883) Special Regulations for the Leasing of uncultivated Lands in lots of 100 acres and upwards in extent.
July 11, 2020 Sabah In History
Two fined $50 for being drunk.
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