Specimens of Bushman Folklore, by W.H.I. Bleek and L.C. Lloyd, , at sacred-texts.com
The Bushmen are those who mark arrows, while they wish that they may recognize the arrows, when they are shooting springbok at one place. And, when they are following the springbok spoor, when
[1. All the arrows.]
they are going along picking up the arrows they recognize the arrows. They say: "Thy arrow it seems to be, for, their mark is like this." Another man says: "Yes, my arrow is yonder." They again go to pick up this arrow. The other man says: "My arrow seems to be yonder; for their mark is like this."
|kwae is that with which they make the marks. They put tto into (it), and they pound the tto together with the ||kuae; and the ||kuae becomes red on account of it; then, they mark the arrows with it.
[1. They (the farmers) call it "Harpis." (Probably harpuis, * * * "resin.")]