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January 16, 2021 Sabah In History
Typical scene of children going home on buffaloes’ back with background of padi fields in Penampang District, 6 miles from Kota Kinabalu.
January 16, 2021 Sabah In History
February 2, 1931 Rice in Malaya has, I cannot say through the ages, but at least I can say for many years past, been one of those perennial subjects which can be always regarded as likely to provoke a strong expression of views in one sense or another.
January 09, 2021 Sabah In History
Charter Day parade on Jan 1, 1910.
January 09, 2021 Sabah In History
(Thursday, October 18, 1962) JESSELTON, Wed. – The Governor, Sir William Goode today inspected the new Papar road which has now reached Mile 17. He drove along the newly-constructed highway from Donggongon to the outskirts of Kinarut.
January 09, 2021 Sabah In History
(Jesselton, Saturday, October 27, 1962) TUARAN, Friday.- Kent Teachers Training College will hold its annual open day on 28th, October, Sunday.
January 09, 2021 Sabah In History
FEB. 2, 1931 On the 1st January, the Fiftieth Anniversary of the British North Borneo Company’s administration of this territory will be commemorated by a special series of postage stamps. It is not our wish, nor our custom, to eulogise every new issue which appears, but we are going to state, here and now, that the forthcoming North Borneo set, of which we are able to illustrate die-proofs, is one of the most beautiful which has been made – the designing and the colouring being superb.
December 19, 2020 Sabah In History
(Saturday, November 24, 1962) JESSELTON, Fri. - The first member of the fifth group of local officers to visit Malaya leaves Jesselton tomorrow. The Government officer, Mr. Wee Chun Kee, Liason Officer in the Malaysia Section of the Secretariat, will study the set-up of the Malayan Government’s ... Affairs Department the State Secretary and Rural Development.
December 19, 2020 Sabah In History
(Saturday, 22nd December 1962) Jesselton, Fri – The following Christmas message for Merchant Seamen has been received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, The Rt. Hon. Duncan Sandys, M.P “It gives me very much pleasure to send to each one of you and to all those associated with your welfare, my warmest good wishes  for Christmas and the New Year.” The U.K Minister of Transport, the Rt. Hon. Ernest Marples, MP, sends the following Christmas message.
December 19, 2020 Sabah In History
FEB. 16, 1931 In order to encourage the cultivation of rice in this country, the Government has granted specially favourable conditions on which land can be taken up for the cultivation of this, our most important food staple.
December 12, 2020 Sabah In History
Piling works for construction underway in Jesselton circa 1920.
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