he is justifiably vain of the speed with which he lops off one bushy head of hair, and makes room for the next to fall.
of all sorts, dealing in cakes, tobacco, and ginger beer, have their
stalls in the moving throng, especially on Sundays and other holidays,
and here and there are to be seen workers in Kafir adornments,
principally in armlets or bangles, and bands for the legs. These are usually made of fine copper and brass wire rolled upon rings of horse hair. The rings are about one eighth of an inch in cross section and from four to five inches