A Dusun Cottage.
miles from this village, in some patches of rice and gourds, but he had been too frightened to answer our inquiries as to the route, and rushed down the hill just as the first few dropsabig, heavy, solitary dropsafell from the black rain-clouds over head. Fortunately, I tad struck the right road a few yards further on, and followed it up, when in turning a rocky comer, where two roads merged into one, I came across the man again
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PLAN OP A DUSUN COTTAGE, N.W. BORNEO.
face to face. He was so surprised at my sudden reappearance, that he fairly shook with terror, and he rushed down the rocky ledge, which served as a path around the hill-top, with the speed of a startled deer. I had Jelled after him to stop, but he ran all the faster; and ^hen afterwards we entered his house, our men had a httle trouble to reassure him that we meant him no
We soon put the old boy at his ease, however; andWe soon put the old boy at his ease, however; and