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Journal of the Federated Malay States museums - Sabri's Home Page

Journal of the Federated Malay States museums - Sabri's Home Page

Journal of the Federated Malay States museums - Sabri's Home

  • Page 7: JOURNAL OF THE F.M.S. MUSEUMS.
  • Page 11: CONTENTS. No. 1. Page. Notes on the
  • Page 14 and 15: The following notes were mrftle in
  • Page 17 and 18: the yoniiLi' l)'in'j usnally lij^Ii
  • Page 19: Joiirn. F.M.S. Mus. Vol. V. /. H. .
  • Page 22 and 23: 6 to Drejjauanthus, a genus of Anon
  • Page 24 and 25: of tlie arch. A U-sliaped framework
  • Page 26 and 27: 10 bag and hangs it up in his house
  • Page 28 and 29: 12 12. RELIGIO>'-. The Orang Besisi
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  • Page 32 and 33: 16 The locality '' Penaiig ' attrib
  • Page 34 and 35: 18 STERNA MELANAUCHEN, Temm. Sterua
  • Page 36 and 37: 20 lYXGIflCls CAXICAPILLUS, Br.YTH.
  • Page 38 and 39: 22 (^ALORNIS CHALYBKA (Horsf.). Cal
  • Page 40 and 41: 24 MAMMALS. The mammals did not pro
  • Page 42 and 43: 26 15, TERPSIPHONE AFFINIS, Bltth.
  • Page 44 and 45: ON A COLLECTION OF PLANTS FROM GUNO
  • Page 46 and 47: 30 above and midrib depressed. Adul
  • Page 48 and 49: 32 MYRTACE^. 19. Leptospermum plave
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    4B. IxoRA PENDTJLA, var. 36 With na

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    38 slightly ascending, reticulation

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    40 MYESINACE^. 60. Mtrsine perakens

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    42 LOGANIACE^. 77. Fagr^a gardenioi

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    86. PiPBE PENANGENSIS, A.D.C. Dlstr

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    46 EUPHORBIACE^. . 100. Antidesma f

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    48 obtuse. Lip rather thin, the bas

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    50 FILICES. 134. Lecanopteris cakno

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    ?. Apparently rare. 52 5. SCIURUS V

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    ? 2

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    56 ol. TURDINULUS GRAXTI. Richmoxd.

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus. Vol. V. ;^^^;i^

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    irn. F.M.S. Mus. Vol. V, PI. V. C/)

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    )urn. F.M.S. Mus— Vol V. PI. VII.

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    JoLirn. F.M.S. Mus. -Vol. V. PI. IX

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus. A'ol. V. PI. XI.

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    ourn F.M.S. Mus. Vol. V. PI. Xlll.

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    NOTES OX THE MANUFACTURE OF DAMASCE

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    (31 the damascening (pcimur) during

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    63 for tlie spear liead. The blade

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    Journ. F. M. S. Mus. Vol. V. znmnzs

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    66 term Semaug indicates a race wit

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    so as to leave a long tail hanging

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    70 above Lenggong, after it had bee

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    o a; at) 1=1 Ph O 10) o 13 o p PQ M

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    NOTES ON THE ABORIGINES OF THE ULU

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    76 The Pawangs or medicine men, cal

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    78 two, one had a conical wooden co

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    English. 80

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    ON A COLLECTION OF BIRDS FROM THE S

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    85 Owing partly to an actual scarci

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    87 " Male, iris dark hazel, bill l^

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    89 In Baudou the species was very c

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    91 19. KETUPA JAVANENSIS. Ketupa ja

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    93 Fairly common near Ban Kok Klap,

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    95 42. ZANTHOLjEMA H/EMATOCEPHALA.

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    97 56. SERILOPSrs ROTHSCHILDI. Scri

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    99 CA. AXTHIPES SUBMOXILIGEH. Anthi

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    101 72. ABRORXIS SCHWANERI. Cryptol

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    103 TIMELIID^:. So. EUPETES MACROCE

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    105 Almost tlie cominouest bird iu

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    107 uncertainty. They appear, howev

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    109 SITTID^E. 117. DEXDROPHILA SATU

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    ON A COLLECTION OF .ALV^IMALS FROM

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    : 113 portions are narrowed in diam

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    115 It is .stated by Ander.sen {loc

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    117 Head and body ± 40 1, 37.5 2;

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    119 not very clearly defined from S

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    121 The above series, which are all

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    123 Measurements of squiirels from

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    125 Agreeing well with toyiotypes f

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    127 ;W. RHIZOMYS SUMATREX.SIS (Raff

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    129 The hill sides, to a very consi

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    131 Like the other island I'aces fr

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    133

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    135 Measuremeuts of Batufa from Koh

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    137 U. EPIMYS SURIFER >1 AN KALIS.

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    139

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    141 A hard set egg was secured on K

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    143 "Iris bi'ight yellow, orbital s

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    145 UPUPID^. 27. I^PFPA INDICA. Upu

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    147 PICTDiE. 40. CHRYSOCOLAPTES ttU

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    149 51. PYCXONOTUS ANALIS. Pijcnono

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    151 present race, which is only a s

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    REPTILES AND BATRACHIANS FROM BAN D

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    17. Lygosoma olivaceum, Gray. Boule

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    157 obovate broadly rounded at tlie

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    159 nearly 3-lobed than in any othe

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    161 keel prominent below, depressed

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    APOCYNACE^ 42. CERBERA ODALLAM, Gae

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    165 56. JUSTICIA -FLABELLIGERA, sp.

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    167 68. CALANTHE ANTHEOPOPHORA, sp.

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    LIST OF A SMALL COLLECTION OF MAMMA

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    1 ? Kloss, p. 153. 1 ?• Kloss, p.

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    2 c?. 173 26. PITTA COCCINEA, Eyton

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    Kloss, p. 163. 175 W. HYDROCICHLA F

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    177 The floor of the hut was partly

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    179 top and bottom. The bamboo of t

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    181 to escape i'l'om tlie fire. In

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    183 Tlie writer is rather doubtful

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    Journ. F. M. S. Mus. Vol. V. PLATE

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    186 seven tail," as is done by the

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    188 CONDITIONS. Though maintaining-

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    190 The nose was especially broad,

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus.— Vol. V. PI. X

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus. Vol. V. PI. XX.

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus.— \'ul. \'. 1^1

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    JoLirn. F.M.S. Mus. A'ol. \'. PI. X

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    Juurn. F.M.S. Mus.— Vol. \' PI. X

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    NOTES ON SOME ABORIGINAL TRIBES OF

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    194 themselves, but when addressing

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    196 usually made some attempt at de

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    198 on a tightly fitting outer tube

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    200 they could obtain from their Ma

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    202 temples, and the forehefid just

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    204 might not take place within the

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    206 rubber shaped around the end of

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    208 reel a winder of rattan cane wa

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    210 WEAPONS. The only weapon seen w

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    212 all these articles being simila

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus.- Vol. V. PI. WVl

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    JoLirn. F.M.S. Mus— Vol. V. PI. X

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus.—Vol. V. PI. XX

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    I I

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus. Vol. V. PI. XXXI

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    Journ. F.M.S. Mus. -Vol. V. PI. XXX

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    Journ. F. M. S. Mus. Vol. V. PLATE

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    213 RELIGION, SUPERSTITIONS, ETC. T

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    Englisli and Malay. Woman (orang pe

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    English nnd Malay. Ant (semut) Eed

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    English and Malay. 219

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    221 'branches,' or 'stodcs,' or wha

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    A NEW NAME FOR MUS MICBODON, Kloss.

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