The Gardens of the Sun.
and we soon had a tolerably good audience around us. One by one our followers came in, and we soon availed ourselves of the comfort of a rub over with a towel and dry clothes, after which we arranged the various plants collected during the day, and continued our journals. aBongsura brought in a fine brown owl and a pretty scarlet bird with black wing-tips, neither of which we had
Pri vate Apart ments.
0 Cu fa p- Public Room.
Hearth. Hearth. Hearth.
PLAN OP LARGE DUSUN HOUSE AT KIAU, N.W. BORNEO.
seen before. For dinner we had boiled fowl and rice, followed by coffee and a cigarette of native tobacco wrapped in maize-husk. We lay on our mats and rugs at one end of the large public room, all our men being cooking and jabbering away to their heartsa content, the Babel of sounds, partly Malay and partly Dusun, being deafening. Tobacco was brought in for sale soon after our arrival, and one man brought a fowl, but as he asked double its value we refused to buy it.
The greatest interest was shown in all we did, moreThe greatest interest was shown in all we did, more