Ulu men do not know whither we go, but the breath that goes out of the mouth is lost two armsa length away, and we believe that we mix with the wind and follow it wherever it goes; and our bodies certainly rot away.a
Some of the most interesting objects in the Passumah Lands are the sculptured figures found in so many parts of it. The greater number of these are so broken and defaced that no satisfactory result can come from their examination. They, have been ascribed to Hindoo origin by at least one writer.
MONOLITH DISINTERRED BY THE AUTHOR AT TANGELWANGI.
Hearing that there existed two of these a men turned to stone a at Tangerwangi not far from my camp, I paid them a visit. I found them to be immense blocks of stone, in excellent preservation, which could certainly never have been seen by the writer to whom I refer. They are carved into a likeness A f the human figure, in a posture between sitting and kneeling, hut which it is not quite easy to make out from the way in which the stones are lying. Besides the two of which I had heard, I discovered by clearing the forest, first a third and then