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The lawlessness of the area in the days of the British Raj is perhaps demonstrated by the fact that three Political Agents, effectively the local British Governors, met violent deaths in the late 1880s. The fifty years from then until Stuart’s planned arrival in 1930 had seen much progress in terms of both access and politics; railway lines had pumped technological lifeblood into the area; coal had been mined to fuel the imported machinery; and the presence of the British had put an end to the headhunting and village raiding parties.
He joined other passengers to take a boat trip around the great harbour, learning the history of past battles from the boatman’s accented commentary. Back at sea a welcome breeze brought some relief but on 25th May Port Said was reached and Stuart felt the full glare of the North African sun. As an engineer, he enjoyed much time on deck observing the passage through the Suez Canal and admiring the mechanics of the lock system. After considerable delay in the passage through the canal came Aden.
Notwithstanding this small degree of modernization it remained a huge, inaccessible and largely isolated part of India, still inherently wild and with a diversity of tribal inhabitants intermixed with imported labour from other parts of the country, mainly to populate the isolated tea estates. Overall, the jungle remained dominant. This was to be Stuart’s home. Stuart revelled in the journey on the 16,600-ton SS Rajputana. He was looking forward to meeting his fellow travelling companions. He had always prided himself on being able to converse at all social levels.