Their women wore more clothes than any other tribe, being clothed in a long and flowing " sarong,"
a species of petticoat, reaching from the waist to the feet, and a white linen jacket.
His jacket was soiled and torn; below the waist he was clothed in a worn- out and faded sarong.
Bob turned, and saw that this man carried a kris stuck in the folds of his sarong,
which had slipped from the hilt, and he was now busy with a little brass box and a leaf.