Brunei sends observers
Published on: Saturday, February 20, 2021
By: British North Borneo Herald
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(Jesselton, Monday, October 22, 1962)

JESSELTON, Sunday. – Two observers from Brunei arrived here this afternoon to attend the meeting of the Inter-Governmental Committee on Malaysia scheduled for tomorrow.

They are Dato Setia Pengiran Haji Mohamed Yusuf bin Pengiran Haji Abdul Rahim, Deputy State Secretary, and Tun Haji Jamil Umar, Diector of the Language and Literature Bureau.

Lord Selkirk for visit

North Borneo News And Sabah Times 

(Jesselton, Wednesday, 5th December 1962)

JESSELTON, Tues - Lord Selkrik, U.K. Commissioner-General for South-east Asia, will arrive in Jesselton on tomorrow’s MAL Viscount. The Commissioner-General, who is on a tour of the Borneo Territories, will leave for Brunei by air on Thursday, 6th December.

Sipitang evening classes


(Jesselton, Wednesday, October 31, 1962)

SIPITANG, Tues.- A North Borneo Chinese Association (Sipitang Branch) meeting held yesterday decided to form and Education Committee to study the possibility of starting evening classes for all races, in an attempt to wipe out illiteracy in the Sipitang districts.

The meeting also decided to hold a Chinese New Year Bazaar to raise funds for projects such as a building in which to hold evening classes.

Study tour of KL

NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES (Saturday, October 13, 1962)

JESSELTON, Friday. – The fourth group of local officers to visit Malaya within the last four months leaves Jesselton by air on Sunday for Kuala Lumpur.

The four on this ten-day study tour are:- Mr Fred Sinidol, Programme Organiser, Kadazan Section, Radio Sabah; Mr. P. F. P. Majanggil, Acting Assistant District Officer, Labuan; Datu Bistari bin Datu Jinurain, Town Board Inspector, Lahad Datu; and Mr Paul Chin Kon Lin, General Storeman, Tawau Settlement Scheme, Tawau.


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