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The pagans of North Borneo
The Company has followed in the main an administrative policy similar to that of Sarawak, and has appointed as governors officers of large East Indian experience placed at their disposal by the British Government. These were expelled by the Dutch, who dethroned the Sultan, placing his younger brother on the throne; and he, in reward for their services, ceded to The pagans of North Borneo book his entire dominions, consenting to hold them as a vassal. The Mohammedan population, being of very heterogeneous ethnic composition, and having adopted a culture of foreign origin, which may be better studied in other regions of the earth where the Malay type and culture is more truly indigenous, seems to us to be of secondary interest to the anthropologist as compared with the less cultured pagan tribes. Alak ber Tata is said to have gone to Johore, where he was converted to Islam, given the daughter of Sultan Bakhei and the title of Sultan, and was confirmed in his claim to rule over Sarawak and his other conquests. Bamboos and palm leaves, thrown away after every meal, sufficed for crockery.
From that time about the Baloi or Upper Rejang may be regarded as having formed part of Sarawak. The sounds of our merriment soon attracted the attention of the men, and as they strolled over and joined us in gradually increasing numbers, the possibility of any disturbance taking place between these people and mine quickly vanished from my mind. The Dutch did not press the acquaintance, but started factories at Sambas, where they monopolised the trade. Or had they, perhaps, taken the opportunity to ascend the Baram and sack and burn the Kenyah houses now well nigh empty of defenders? Here we spent the night in the house of the principal chief, Laki Lah, a quaint old bachelor, whom we greatly astonished by eating plum-pudding with burning brandy upon it. Thus the European occupation of Borneo was completed.
Among the Kayans and Kenyahs and most of the Klemantans, the PENGHULUS exercise a very effective authority, and, since with few exceptions the chiefs chosen to fill the office have been loyal, zealous, and capable, they have rendered great services to the government. Nakoda Ragam's capital at Buang Tawa was on dry land, but when he died, killed accidentally by his wife's bodkin, the nobles quarrelled among themselves, and some of them founded the present pile-built town The pagans of North Borneo book Bruni. Between the swampy coast belt and the mountains intervenes a zone of very irregular hill country, of which the average height above the sea-level is about one thousand feet, with occasional peaks rising to five or six thousand feet or more. CHAPTER 3 General Sketch of the Peoples of Borneo It is not improbable that at one time Borneo was inhabited by people of the negrito race, small remnants of which race are still to be found in islands adjacent to all the coasts of Borneo as well as in the Malay Peninsula. On taking our departure from the Madang country, most of the women presented us with a small quantity of rice for food on our homeward journey, but as each little lot was emptied into a large basket, the giver took back a few grains so as not to offend the omen-birds, who had bestowed on them a bounteous harvest, by giving the whole away to strangers. The whole river in these upper reaches is for the most part roofed in by the overarching forest.
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The first of these offices may be best defined by likening it to that of a Lord Mayor; or better, perhaps, to that of the salaried Burgomaster of a German city; its occupant is understood to be the leading citizen of the Malay community of Kuching, the capital town of Sarawak.
Neither these Madangs nor the Kenyahs of the Batang Kayan had entered into friendly relations with the Sarawak government, and they had preserved a hostile attitude towards the Baram tribes. The depredations of these unruly neighbours led Sir James Brooke to undertake several expeditions against them.
In the course of the day Tama Bulan accompanied us on visits to several neighbouring Kenyah villages situated a little farther up the river.
But when I do so I fear that my ships may occasionally be blown to Champa, and I therefore hope Your Majesty will send an edict to that country with orders that, if a ship of Hianzta arrives there, it must not be detained. All the Sea Dayaks speak one language, with but slight local diversities of dialect.
The mass of men on the bank and on the hill took up the cry, answering The pagans of North Borneo book for shout; and the forest across the river echoed it, until The pagans of North Borneo book whole place was filled with a hoarse roar.
Before friendly intercourse between the parties could begin it was still necessary, in view of the recent feud between them, that they should engage in a sham fight JAWA. This name has usually The pagans of North Borneo book accorded them by European authors; but when so used the name denotes a social, political, and religious status rather than membership in an ethnic group.
On the fifth day the diminished fleet of boats entered the Lata, a tributary coming down from the Mudong Alan and Saat mountains, from the slopes of which the water runs also to the Rejang River and the Batang Kayan.
To this end he visited the Sultan in the yearand obtained from him the desired confirmation of the action of his agent Muda Hasim. He stopped the annual payment to Majapahit of one jar of pinang juice, a useless commodity though troublesome to collect. Among the Mohammedans, who are found in all the coast regions of Borneo, there is a considerable number of persons who claim Arab forefathers; and there can be no doubt that the introduction of the Mohammedan religion was largely due to Arab traders, and that many Arabs and their half-bred descendants have held official positions under the Sultans of Bruni.
There can be no doubt that of the Chinese traders who have been attracted to Borneo by its camphor, edible birds' nests, and spices, some have settled in the island and have become blended with and absorbed by the tribes of the north-west E.
The Mohammedan population, being of very heterogeneous ethnic composition, and having adopted a culture of foreign origin, which may be better studied in other regions of the earth where the Malay type and culture is more truly indigenous, seems to us to be of secondary interest to the anthropologist as compared with the less cultured pagan tribes.
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He is appointed by the Rajah on the recommendation of the Resident and receives a small salary. No communities of this race exist in the island at the present time; but among the people of the northern districts individuals may be occasionally met with whose hair and facial characters strongly suggest an infusion of negrito or negroid blood.
InDent established the North Borneo Provisional Association Ltd to manage the territory, which was granted a royal charter in the same year.
During these journeys, which were necessarily made in the native boats, the Resident would spend the nights, whenever possible, in the native houses, sometimes whiling away several days in friendly intercourse with his hosts, and thus acquiring much useful information as well as more intimate understanding of their characters, languages, and customs.
Their skin-colour is decidedly fairer than that of Sea Dayaks or Kayans. Brooke spent some time surveying the coast and studying the people and country, and gained the confidence of Muda Hasim.North Borneo Stamps Articles on North Borneo Early History of North Borneo.
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