Story: The marking of arrows
The marking of arrows
Arrow making, and Arrow poisoning. By /han≠kass’o (L VIII.-26. 8293-8302, 8315-8334). Two kinds of Arrow. (L VIII.-10. 6923 rev. and 6924 rev., note). Arrow heads, etc. (L VIII.-1. 6086 and 6087). Description of the spur, or barblet, sometimes added to the Arrow shaft by Bushmen. (L VIII.-31. 8770-8773, and 8767 rev., note). The adhesive substance used by Bushmen in making Arrows. Preparation thereof. (L VIII.-1. 6088-6091). The marking of Arrows. (L VIII.-26. 8289-8292). Arrow Bags. (L VIII. 30. 8663 rev., note). The arrows are marked with |kwae (called 'Harpis' by the 'Boer' farmers) and tto. The hunters mark their arrows because they want to be able to recognise them when shooting springbok.
1) This story is found in Book VIII-26
28 February & 1 March 1879
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