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gs, a lot of honey. All the Kikuyu keep bees, and you can see the hives hanging on the trees, sometimes five or six on a tree, all over the country. The hive is made out of a log of wood, hollowed out and shaped like a barrel, and the ends are headed up just as a barrel would be. They are about five feet long by eighteen inches in diameter.

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The natives ferment the honey to make a drink tasting very much like sharp cider, which they call njohi, and on which they manage to get very drunk, as it is highly intoxicating. It is generally made in very large quantities when the honey is gathered, and the headman of t

  • ssengers to say that I 161
  • was coming into their country
  • on a peaceful mission. Muga-wa
  • -diga said that he would accom
  • pany me to Tato, where, he tol
  • d me, there was a lot of ivory

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he village sends out an invitation to all the old men of the district to come in and have a big drinking bout, which generally ends in a drunken orgie, when they all star

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t quarrelling and fighting with each other. The drink is kept in big calabashes, and the headman first pours out a hornful, which he 162 spills on the ground, at the s

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ame time saying “Ngai,” meaning “To God”- -a ceremony reminding one of the ancient libations to the gods. This function over, the headman first drinks himself, to pro

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ve to his guests that there is no poison in the brew, and then the general drinking starts. A peculiar and somewhat unpleasant habit of theirs is to spit on their chests after drinking, but the

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reason for the practice no one could tell me. I found a similar kind of drink to njohi among the Abyssinians, who call it tej, and the Kikuyu also have another drink, not quite so intoxicating

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as the njohi, and made from sugar-cane instead of honey. By this time the messengers whom I had sent to Karkerrie with presents had returned, so we packed up and moved on towards Tato, Katuni d

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eciding to accompany me, as well as Muga-wa-diga. The country continued thickly inhabited, and I noticed that the people seemed to own more stock than elsewhere. They did not take much notice of

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us, except on one occasion, when about half a dozen old men, who