Kelang (inhabited place)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
A description of Stark's duties as acting District Officer of Kelang in 1927, submitted for publication in 'Malaya', Aug. 1963, 36-38. The file includes a cutting from its original publication in the 'Straits Times', 9 Nov. 1927.
View looking across the garden towards a European house (largely obscured by vegetation). A note on the reverse suggests that this might be the house of John Kennaway.
W. D. Brown narrates his work as an Air Raid officer while attempting to maintain services at the bank he managed at Klang until the town was evacuated in Jan. 1942.
The 2 'Ketu' of Pulau Lumet. Hagi Mahmud, Hagi Abdul Lumut.
The 2 headman [Hagi Mahmud, Hagi Abdul Lumut] again outside their House
Hagi Mohamed, Sheppard,Hagi Abdul Raine, Che Osman, G Ta'at Bado.
The approach to Palau Ketan Chinese fishing settlement.
Opening of New Malay school by D.O. By J.W.W. Hughs.
224 x 151 mm.
Report by the District Officer, J.S.W. Reid, on the causes and course of labour disputes involving the Kelang Indian Union, with advice upon how the conflict may be resolved (4 sheets).
Account kept by Mrs J.S.W. Reid, wife of the district officer.
Presentation of the ship's bell of H.M.S. Malaya to the Malayan Naval Force, at Port Swettenham, on 23rd May, 1950, 1950
News cutting of Stark's report of commemorating Remembrance Day while visiting a naval flagship, probably during his time as acting Distinct Officer of Kelang in late 1927. Published in the 'Straits Times', 18 Nov. 1927.
241 x 190 mm. Showing the Queen being greeted by Tuanku Abdul Halim and Tuanku Bahiyah on her arrival at Port Kelang at the start of the 1972 State Visit.
Cutting of an article written by Walter Stark for the 'Straits Times', 20 Dec. 1927, describing the miraculous cures performed by a Tamil healer near Kelang, where Stark was acting District Officer.