Through Central Borneo An Account Of Two Years' Travel In The Land Of The Head-Hunters Between The Years 1913 And 1917 By Carl Lumholtz




























































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Pinang

Pineapples

Pipa River, the

Pirates, Malay

Pisha, Penyahbong chief;
  marriage of daughter of

Pitcher-plant, the

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Pinang Pineapples Pipa River, the

Pirates, Malay

Pisha, Penyahbong chief; marriage of daughter of

Pitcher-plant, the

Plague, the, measures taken to eradicate

Plandok (mouse-deer); superstition concerning

Platinum

Podjungan, the Kenyahs in

Poison, used in blow-pipe

Polyandry

Pomelo, the

Pomosing, village of

Pontianak, evil antoh

Population, of Borneo; of Bulungan

Porcupine, killing of; legend of

Portuguese, the, early trade relations of, with Brunei

Poru, village of

Potatoes, unknown to natives

Prahu (native, keelless boat), construction of; a gay flotilla; difficulty in procuring; loss and recovery of; time required to build; loading the; of the Kenyahs; bailing out leaky; difficulty in securing men for; given to the natives; upsetting of; with collection of animals and birds, nearly swamped; an unusually large; gondola-like; towed by motor-boat; with bamboo covering in bottom; the flying; legend of the flying

Prickly heat

Priest-doctors. See Blians

Priok, Sultan of

Prison at Sampit, beri-beri among inmates of

Protestant mission on Kahayan River

Proto-Malays

Provisions, hints on proper; for trip up Barito River, in; the end of, reached

Pulau Tombak

Punai (pigeon), legend of

Punans, the; a nomadic tribe; shy people of the jungle; avoidance of sun's rays by; skin colour of; different tribes of; physical characteristics of; food of; customs of; filing off of teeth by; renowned for skill in use of sumpitan; a hunting party of; headhunting raid of; two headhunter prisoners; settlement of, at Serrata; marriage customs of; punishment for marital infidelity; original location of; makers of the sumpitan; manner of curing disease; the women of; customs regarding childbirth; the Ulu-Ots; Penyahbongs allied to; tuba-fishing practised by; remedy of, for disease; possess no remedy for bite of snake; death from lightning unknown to; included in Orang Bahau

Puruk Tjahu, in

Python, man-eating

Rails, marsh

Rain, in Borneo; storms in the jungle; at Long Nawang; usual occurrence of, at Tamaloe; storms on Lake Sembulo

Rainy season in the tropics

Raja, the Sultan's; represented by kapatong; office of, hereditary; women rajas

Raja Besar, Ledjuli, a visit from; photographing; articles bought from; a trip up the Merasi River with

Raja bird, the

Raja Paron

Rajimin, taxidermist; illness and return of

Rambutan (wild fruit)

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