4A H. Ling Roth.aNatives of Sarawak and Brit. 2V. Borneo.
her head." They will not part with these corsets. Mr. Hornaday gives a similar account of the method of taking them off. (p. 450.)
" Land Dyak jackets, or bajus, whether the fighting padded ones, or the ordinary ones, are without sleeves, the shoulder, however, being so cut that it sticks out like the scales of an epaulette." (Grant, p. 17.)
Among the Sea Dyaks, " the klambi, or jacket, is manufactured from yarn spun from their own cotton. There are several kinds of these, but the one known as the klambi burong is considered the best. In all of them the sleeves are open in the armpit, and the pieces sewn together with twine. The edges
Open in front. Made of three pieces of peculiarly-woven (?) cloth of brown cord, laced together at the edges. Lappets to fall like epaulets over the shoulders, their lower ends slashed, and beneath them are smaller lappets of cotton originally red and blue.
Length, 4ft. iin. (Brit. Mus.)Length, 4ft. iin. (Brit. Mus.)