The Times of Malaya: Planters and Miners Gazette was started by J I Philips in 1903, with a mission to further the mining, planting, and
The leaflet above was dropped by the Japanese in both the Malay and Chinese languages. It addresses the Malayans as “brethren” and asks that they
Advertisement - Making Radio History in Malaya, GEC Radio Specially Built For Long Service in the Tropics.
"Why not travel through Malaya between Singapore and Penang? Another poster advertising travel to Malaya.
Book cover "Malaya Pavilion, Illustrated Guide to British Malaya"
(Source – National Archives of Malaysia*) – Title: Join The Malay Regiment! Language: English Designer: nil Type of Graphic: Poster Printer: Tiger Press, Singapore Publisher:
(Source) – Title: Blue Mountain Safety Matches Language: English / Malay Designer: nil Type of Graphic: Matchbox Label Client: nil Publisher: nil Date: nil Dimensions:
(Source) – Title: Shepherd’s Inn, Bar dan Restoran Language: English / Malay Designer: nil Type of Graphic: Matchbox label Client: nil Publisher: nil Date: nil
(Source) – Title: Flyingman Safety Matches Language: English / Chinese / Malay Designer: nil Type of Graphic: Matchbox label Client: nil Publisher: nil Date: nil
John Little & Co a British Company
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