Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Committee of Penang Festival ’86. Well-Known Persons. In: Historical Personalities of Penang 1986





Committee of Penang Festival ’86. Well-Known Persons. In: Historical Personalities of Penang. Phoenix Press Sdn Bhd, Penang. 1986. Pp. 173-179.

Faridah Abdul Rashid

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Inter Library. Loan, PHT Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 10:25 AM
To: faridah 
salam
Artikel yang dimohon seperti berikut telah diproses.

1) City Council of Georgetown, Penang. Penang Past and Present, 1786-1963. 1966. Ganesh Printing Works. 17 pp.


2) Committee of Penang Festival ’86. Well-Known Persons. In: Historical Personalities of Penang. Phoenix Press Sdn Bhd, Penang. 1986. Pp. 173-179.


Terima Kasih
MOHD AFIZULL AHMAD
Bahagian Perhubungan Pelanggan
Perpustakaan Hamdan Tahir
USM Kampus Kesihatan
16150 Kubang Kerian Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Tel: 09-7671468 Faks: 09-7651823

Inter Library. Loan, PHT Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 1:34 PM
To: faridah 
salam

Artikel yang bertajuk "Committee of Penang Festival" telah diperolehi. Prof boleh datang mengambilnya di PHT mulai hari ini.

Terima Kasih

MOHD AFIZULL AHMAD
Bahagian Perhubungan Pelanggan
Perpustakaan Hamdan Tahir
USM Kampus Kesihatan
16150 Kubang Kerian Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Tel: 09-7671468 Faks: 09-7651823

Faridah Abdul Rashid  Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 2:05 PM
To: "Inter Library. Loan, PHT"
Wa'alaikumussalam,

InsyaAllah, saya datang sekejap lagi.
TQ

Prof Faridah

2011/4/25 Inter Library. Loan, PHT <interlib@kk.usm.my>

"Well-Known Personalities" 1986, Penang

Dr Haji Abdullah Ghani bin Mohamed (born 1906) - Senior Health Officer, Penang and Province Wellesley. Committee Member, Penang Malay Association.

 
Habib Marican Noordin, J.P.

Allen Dennys & Co in Beach Street, Penang
Hamid Khan - teacher at Penang Free School for 30 years. PFS was in George Town before a new school was built in Green Lane and has since remained.
Mr RA Hogan - lawyer in 1970s. Hogan Road is named after him. ***** Hu Shih Min - Second and last Kapitan China of Penang. Dr Hutton - Only registered doctor in Penang in 1805. Hutton Lane was named in his honour. ***** Pak Itam - A contemporary of Syed Shaik Alhadi.
M Puteh bte Hassan M? Why use 'Bte' for a male? Should be M Puteh bin Hassan M.
Shaik Mohamed Shaffe bin Shaik Mohamed (born 1892) - Secretary of the Crescent Star Sports Club. Prominent in sports, athletics and football (soccer). ***** Shaik Tahir Jalaludin - astrologer and theologian. Teacher and imam in Masjidil Haram in Makkah (the grand mosque in Makkah). Father of Tan Sri Hamdan Tahir, former Vice Chancellor of USM. **** Shaik Zakaria Basheer Omar - religious teacher, first Mufti and founder of Almashoor (first religious school in Penang)
K. Sultan Merican - teacher, publisher, Islamic activator, journal "Islamic Voice of Malaya". Isn't this the father of Tan Sri Ismail Merican, 13th DG MOH Malaysia (who recently retired)?
Syed Shaik Alhadi - writer and reformist. Started Arabic School on Tek Soon Street, Penang. This is the grandfather of Dr Syed Mohamed Alhady. ****** Captain Syed Salleh Alsagoff (1880-1959) was a captain in Penang Volunteer Researve, Malay Company and Kelantan Field Force. Involved in the Tok Jenggid Rebellion at Kelantan. I think it should be Tok Janggut (i.e., referring to his beard). ****** There's a photo of Tok Janggut being hung upside down in the WWII Museum in Kota Bharu, Kelantan. It is humiliating to see a pious Muslim dressed only in his loin cloth (pants) and hung upside down. The present belief is it was not Tok Janggut but someone else who took his place. Tok Janggut was never hung. Salah macam mana pun kita tak akan gantung orang Islam macam tu, iaitu upside down.
Thessin Salleh Layu - Malay Surveyor of Ceylon Malay origin

2 comments:

Sellene said...

No, the father of Tan Sri Ismail Merican was M.Y. Merican, who was for a time the Secretary of the Penang Malays Association, or at least one of its committee members.

Further information on K. Sultan Merican can be obtained from this publication:

Merican, Sultan-ud-din., K. Sultan Merican: A Brief Autobiography, Malaysia in History, Vol XXI, Number 2, 1978.

Anonymous said...

Assalamualaikum

tq for posting these bits on my late grandfather, Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Khan.

Appreciate it. Wasallam