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ACCIDENT AT MENGGELUNCHOR. (From Our Own Correspondent). Ipoh. Oct. 26. The Rev. Proebstel. Principal of the Anglo-Chinese School at Ipoh, was con veyed to Taiping Hospital from the Menggelunchor water slide, where, whilst picnicking, he slipped over a rock and severely strained his leg.

GUESTS OF SULTAN OF PERAK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Oct. 3. His Majesty the King of Siam, before returning to Bangkok, will spend two days as the guest of His Highness the Sulfcan of Perak at Kuala Kangsar, on October Bth. and 9th. There will be a private tea-party,

MR. JOHN SCOTT IN PERAK. Sultan's Picnic at Menggelunchor. I From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Feb. 24. In response to the Sultan's invitation m honour of the Officer Administering the Government and Mrs. Scott's visit, nearly 30 leading residents, including ladies, journeyed to the Menggelunchor water slide yesterday for a

KUALA KANGSAR POLO. (From Our Own Correspond 1p..-,. Apr- 4 In the final of the Polo Tournann Kuala Kangsar, ye>tcrda>. beat Penang by three goals to m Highness the Sultan was anion? tl for his Club. Over a dozen elephants conve>>a Laurence Guillemard Lady Guillemard a large party from Singapore,

The Menggelunchor picnic given by the Sultan of Perak in Captain Buller? honour was a ir.ns: enioyablj affair. The party went to the slide on elephants and after some enjoyable hours of the unique sport provided by the Menggelunchor enjoyed a delightful curry tiffin. Colonel Hume, British Resident of Perak,

His Highness the Sultan of Perak's menggelunchor picnic on Sunday is reported to have been a great success Sir Shenton Thomas pluckily ventured i down the slide with the Raja Benda- hara.

His Highness the Sultan of Perak was to) give a Menggelunchor picnic on Friday m honour of Their Excellencies, Sir Cecil and Lady c Clementi, who had expressed a keen desire to v sample this unique sport. j

MERRY MENGGELUNCHOR. (From Our Own Correspondent). Ipoh, Apr. 13. Curry tiffins, ilances and concerts, varied by an elephant ride to the famous mengffehmchor water slide m Perak, formed the bill of fare of "Mr. George Windsor" and a party of officers and men from H.M.S. Hawkins who visited Perak during

GUESTS OF SULTAN OF PERAK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Oct. 3. His Majesty the King of Siam, before returning to Bangkok, will spend two days as the guest of His Highness the Sultan of Perak at Kuala Kangsar, on October Bth. and 9th. There will be a private tea-party,

MERRY MENGGELUNCHOR. i Prom < Nil 0« a < oi respondent < urry tiffins, dances and conoerte, raried by an elephani ride to tn-- Earnooi Dsenj?pelunchor water slide in JViak. formed the bill of fare '.f --.Mr. George WTindsor" ai I ,i pai tj 1 of&a n and men ft

MERRY MENGGELUNCHOR. i Prom < Nil 0« a < oi respondent < urry tiffins, dances and conoerte, raried by an elephani ride to tn-- Earnooi Dsenj?pelunchor water slide in JViak. formed the bill of fare '.f --.Mr. George WTindsor" ai I ,i pai tj 1 of&a n and men ft

O.A.G. IN IPOH. TAKES PART IN SULTAN'S PICNIC. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Feb. 23. The Officer Administering the Government (the Hon. Mr. John Scott) and Mrs. Scott wire warmly received on their first visit to Ipoh on Saturday afternoon. They attended the opening of the Perak race meeting with

MR. JOHN SCOTT IN PERAK. Ipoh's Need for a New Residency. (From Our Own Correspondent. > Ipoh. Feb. 22. H.E. the Acting High Commissioner »Mr. John Scott) and Mrs. Scott were warmly received on their first visit to Ipoh on Saturday afternoon, attending the opening of the Perak race meeting

AT KUALA KANGSAR The Governor Lunches With Resident (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Jan. 11. The High Commissioner, His Excellency Sir Shenton Thomas arrived at Kuala Kangsar just after four o'clock this afternoon from Taiping, where he lunched with the Resident. At the district boundary several miles north of Kuala

GOVERNOR'S TOUR Warm Welcome At Kuala Kangsar (From Our Own Correspondent* Ipoh, Jan. 12. The High Commissioner, Sir Shenton Thomas, arrived at Kuala Kangsar just after four o'clock today from j Taiping. where he lunched with thej Resident. At the district boundary several miles north of Kuala Kangsar, Sir Shenton

Colour Film Of Malaya (Fro:r. Our Own Correspondent.) Kuala Lumpur, July 31. COLOUR film taken 'during the High Commissioner's tours through Malaya by his former private secretary. Mr. A. H. P. Humphrey, has been awarded the premier prize m the first Malayan amateurs film competition he'd m connection with the

NOTES Of The DAY. P.W.D. MENGGELUNCHOR. A MALAY leader writes from Kuala Lumpur to say that If Mr. Ormsby-G-ore really used a banana leaf for menggelunchor he must have had a very sore posterior afterwards, for upeh is always used by Malays for this sport. I cannot find upeh In

H. E. Sir Cecil Clementi. K.C.M.G.. and Lady Clementi. who h<\d been spending three days at Kuala left that station on Sunday for Cameron's Highlands, where Miss Clementi and Mile, de Passario have been spending a brief holiday. On Friday H H the Sultan of Perak entertained the High Commissioner

LOST IN THE JUNGLE. Adventures Of European Swimming Party. (From Our Own Correspondent./ Ipoh, May 20. News of an alarming adventure comes from Kuala Kangsar where four Europeans, two ladies and two gentlemen, went for a swim at the famous Menggelunchor watar slide on Sunday morning and did not return

A PICTORIAL "DURBAR." Messrs Lambert and Co., photographers, have just completed a really admirable series of photographs which are intended to form a memento of the Federated States Durbar at Kuala Kangsar, having been executed to the order of the Federal Government, but which, though possessing features of general interest,

A Menggelunchor Picnic. A delightful menggelunohor picnic was given by the Sultan on the morning of the :(rd in which the Chief Seer fury and his sister t..ok p.. it, a. Paining correspondent of the Times of Malaya. There were only 10 or 12 Kuropeans present, but a large number

Mr. Ormsby-Gore at the Sultan of Perak's Menggelunchor" picnic, new buildings in Central Singapore, including a shop and hotel designed by Sime Darby and Co., Easter weddings in Singapore, H.H. the Ranee of Sarawak with her two, daughters on their way Home by the Mantua, H.E. the Governor and I.ady]

'Varsity Boat Race Trials. A Reuter wire of the ltlth inst states Oxford towed a full course trial this afternoon. The conditions were food and the time 90 mins. 41 s<v<. The crow ■ran aaeed ;»i nutaae vtacea l>y kermteb crews from the London, Westminster,Auriol and Leander clubs. The Cambridge

NOTES Of The DAY. KATONG: CEYLON. WE in Singapore have just had a malaria outbreak at Geylang and Katong, and, quite rightly, have made a considerable fuss about it. But in this country we don't know what a real malaria epidemic Is. I have Just been reading a speech on

MENGGELUNCHOR PARTY. THE REAL MALAYA. AN ELEPHANT RIDE TO A NOVEL PICNIC. (From Our Special Representative.) Kuala Kangsar, Apr. B. The spectacle of one of His Majesty's j Under Secretaries of State glissading happily down fifty feet of wet granite on a banana leaf near Kuala KaBgaar this morning was

HIGH COMMISSIONER AT KUALA KANGSAR CALLS EXCHANGED WITH THE SULTAN OF PERAK (From Our Own Correspondent.) Ipoh, Saturday. The High Commissioner, His Excellency Sir Shenton Thomas arrived at Kuala Kangsar Just after four o'clock this afternoon from Taiplng, where he lunched with the Resident. At the district boundary several miles

SIR HUGH CLIFFORD. Programme of Visit To Kedah. The Kedah Government, says the Alor Star correspondent of the Straits Echo lias issue I a programme in connection with the forthcoming visit of U.K. the High Commtwiomr (Sir Hugh Clifford) to Kedah. H.E. will leave Butterworth at fc\Bo a.m. on Wednesday.

THE AUSTRALIAN TOUR. PROPOSAL FOR MALAYA ASIATIC 'MATCH FALLS THROUGH. In ci nnection with the visit of the Australian cricket eleven, who are due to arrive by the Malabar next Tuesday, the possibility of arrangements being made for the visitors to meet a Malayan Asiatic side has been discussed in

MR.ORMSBY-GORE'S TOUR. CROWDED DAYS. THE MENGGELUNCHOR PICNIC. VISIT TO HYDROELECTRIC COMPANY. (By Our Special Representative.) Ipoh, Apr. 10. W. G. A. Ormsby-Gore spent Sunday and Monday in Kuala Kangsar, staying at Government House, where the view over the Perak River is one of the finest panoramas in the Peninsula. On

SIR SHENTON THOMAS Perak's Welcome ADDRESS BY MALAY! COMMUNITY (From Our Own Correspondent) Kuala Kangsar, Monday. Malays of Perak presented a address to Sir Shenton Thomas this morning in King's Pavilion. The presentation was witnessed by a large and representative gathering of officials and the general public. The delegates making