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Two fined $50 for being drunk NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES 

(Jesselton, Wednesday, October 31, 1962)

TUARAN, Tuesday.- Two Kadazans of Tamparuli were each fined $50 or in default two weeks imprisonment by Magistrate Mr Peter L. Regis in Tuaran Court for being found drunk and incapable of taking care of themselves.

The accused were Singku bin Gingel, aged 37, and Lingom Zin Gubod, aged 22, who were convicted on their own plea.


Prosecuting, Inspector Li Leung told the court that the accused were found drunk and incapable of taking care themselves on the pavement in front of shop No 14, Chop Yun Yee Leong, at Tamparuli, on 10th October this year.

 

Another adviser due from UK

NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES


(Jesselton, Saturday, October 27, 1962)

JESSELTON, Friday.- Another Adviser from the Department of Technical Co-operation, London, is expected in Jesselton next Tuesday. He is Mr G. Foggon, Labour Adviser. The Department’s Research Adviser, Mr D. Rhind left North Borneo a week ago after touring the country.

Mr Foggon will be taken by the Ag Commissioner of Labour, Mr J. Rutherford, to Tawau on 31st October, Sandakan on 2nd November, and will return to Jesselton on 4th November. They will visit Beaufort on 5th-6th November. The 7th November will be spent in Jesselton meeting Government Officers, members of the Chamber of Commerce and having discussions. Mr Foggon is due to leave Jesselton on 8th November.

 

 





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