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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 34. 1925.
New Plymouth, N.Z.: PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY BY THOMAS AVERY & SONS LTD., DEVON STREET. 1925.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. 34.
    No. 133.—March, 1925.
  • Annual Meeting of the Society i
  • Annual Report of the Council ii
  • Balance-sheet v
  • Members of the Society vi
  • List of Exchanges xiii
  • The Korekore Pa. By R. W. Firth, M.A., Dip. Soc. Sc. 1
  • History of the Kawerau Tribe of Waitakere. By Geo. Graham 19
  • Notes on Polynesian Featherwork. By John F. G. Stokes 24
  • Tale of Fambumu and His Wives. From the Eastern Solomon Islands 36
  • The Evolution of Maori Clothing. By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck), D.S.O., M.D. 61
  • New Publications and Books Received 93
  • Notes and Queries 94
  • Marquesan Material Culture—Karaka Tree of Mangaia.
  • Proceedings 95
  • Notice to Members: “The Maori,” by Elsdon Best 97
    No. 134.—June, 1925.
  • The Evolution of Maori Clothing. By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck), M.D., D.S.O. 99
  • Legends of Samoa. By O. F. Nelson 124
  • Supplementary Tongan Vocabulary. By E. E. V. Collocott 146
  • he Moa in Maori Tradition. From the papers of the late Mr. John White 170
  • Te Toka-tu-whenua. By George Graham 175
  • The Moriori Hakana or Burial Chest. By W. J. Phillipps, F.L.S. 180
  • Triangular Teeth Among the Maori. By T. W. Downes 182
  • Advantages of the Study of Anthropology 185
  • New Publication 188
  • “The Social and Political Systems of Central Polynesia,” by R. W. Williamson.
  • Publications Received 189
  • Proceedings 190
  • Notice to Members: “The Maori,” by Elsdon Best 191
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    No. 135.—September, 1925.
  • Supplementary Tongan Vocabulary. By E. E. Collocott 193
  • The Umu-ti: Ceremonial Fire-walking as Practised in the Eastern Pacific. By J. L. Young 214
  • The Evolution of Maori Clothing. By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck), M.D., D.S.O. 223
  • Notes on Incised Designs Seen in a Cave near Waverley. By T. W. Downes 252
  • New Publications 259
  • “Die Marind-anim von Hollaendisch-Sued-Neu-Guinea,” by Dr. P. Wirz; Hakluyt Society Publication, No. 52, 2nd series, 1925; “The Riddle of the Pacific,” by J. Macmillan Brown, Litt. D.
  • Publications Received 270
  • Notes and Queries 273
  • Peculiar Stone Artifact of Unknown Use—Personal Notes—Institute of Psychology at Yale—New Zealand Science Congress.
  • Proceedings 276
  • Notice to Members: “The Maori,” by Elsdon Best 277
    No. 136.—December, 1925.
  • The Maori Carver. By R. W. Firth, M.A. 277
  • The Burning of Te Arawa. By Elsdon Best 292
  • The Evolution of Maori Clothing. By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck), M.D., D.S.O. 321
  • The Kaingaroa Carvings. By H. Hamilton 356
  • A Maori Burial Chest in the National Museum, Melbourne. By W. J. Phillipps, F.L.S. 363
  • Reviews 365
  • “Life After Death in Oceania and the Malay Archipelago,” by Miss Rosalind Moss; “The Coming of the Maori,” by Te Rangi Hiroa.
  • Publications Received 381
  • Notes and Queries 385
  • Stone Artifact of Unknown Use—Wooden Artifact of Unknown Use—Tonga-Whiti Folk—Toi and Rakaihaitu—Percy Smith Prize—Henry Ling Roth (1855–1925)—American Delegation Visits Australia—Personal.
  • Proceedings 388
  • Notice to Members: “The Maori,” by Elsdon Best 389
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VOL. XXXIV.—1925.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY. FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31ST DECEMBER, 1924.

THE 32nd Annual Meeting of the Polynesian Society was held in the Hempton Library, New Plymouth, at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, 27th January, 1925, when Mr. W. H. Skinner presided over a meeting of some thirteen members, several apologies for absence being received.

Minutes of last Annual Meeting being read and confirmed, the Report and Balance-sheet were read and adopted.

On the invitation of the chairman, Mr. Crompton Smith detailed the arrangements made for carrying on the work of the Society at Wellington, and for the housing of the library.

Mr. P. J. H. White expressed his opinion that it would be in the interest of the Society to transfer its headquarters to Wellington, but he hoped that its identity would not be lost thereby.

Mr. M. Fraser, expressing disappointment that more Wellington members had not attended, said he hoped it might prove possible to have some portion of the library—especially such as might be duplicated in other institutions in Wellington—retained in New Plymouth for use of local members.

Mr. Skinner also spoke of the future work of the Society, which he firmly believed would be continued in Wellington without undue influence from outside interests. He then proposed that the headquarters of the Polynesian Society be transferred to Wellington. Seconded by Mr. Standish, the motion was carried.

On the nomination of Mr. Elsdon Best, seconded by Mr. Crompton Smith, Mr. W. H. Skinner was elected President for the year 1925 by acclamation. Mr. Crompton Smith stated that the Wellington members desired to show by this nomination their sense of the invaluable services rendered by Mr. Skinner to the Society on the death of its founder, as well as of the loyalty of the New Plymouth members.

An amendment of rules was proposed by Mr. Skinner: That the Council consist of Secretary, Treasurer and five other members; seconded by Mr. White and carried.

In accordance with a resolution carried by the Wellington members, Mr. Crompton Smith proposed that the following gentlemen be elected to the Council: Messrs. Elsdon Best, Hon. Sir Maui Pomare, J. C. Andersen, H. R. H. Balneavis, and Dr. Allan Thomson. Seconded by Mr. Skinner, and carried.

Mr. Skinner proposed Mr. M. Crompton Smith as Hon. Secretary and Mr. H. A. Huggins as Hon. Treasurer. Seconded by Mr. Fraser, and carried.

Mr. Skinner proposed a very hearty vote of thanks to the Hempton family, through Miss Hempton, for their generosity in making available the library used for the last ten years by the Society. Seconded by Mr. Crompton Smith, and carried.

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Mr. Skinner proposed that the suggestions made by Dr. Gregory on behalf of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, of Honolulu, for the co-operation of the Polynesian Society with the museum in Ethnological work throughout the Pacific be approved and that a working arrangement be entered into forthwith between the two institutions for that purpose. Seconded by Mr. Fraser, and carried.

Mr. W. H. Skinner read a letter from Mr. H. D. Skinner suggesting that a permanent memorial to the late Mr. S. Percy Smith, the founder of the Society, be erected by subscription in the Public Library, New Plymouth.

Mr. Skinner proposed that the letter be passed on to the in-coming Committee for favourable consideration. Seconded by Mr. Shaw, and carried.

Mr. White proposed that Mr. C. Waterston be authorised to operate with Mr. W. H. Skinner on the Capital Account and the Memoir Fund, in the New Plymouth Savings Bank, in place of Mr. S. Percy Smith, deceased. Seconded by Mr. Fraser, and carried.

Mr. Skinner proposed that the disposal of the book-shelves, etc., in the present library be left in the hands of himself and Mr. P. J. H. White. Carried.

Mr. P. J. H. White proposed that it be a recommendation to the Council to appoint auxiliary committees in other centres convenient to members of this Society, to whose care sections of the library be issued from time to time for reference purposes. Seconded by Mr. Stanley Shaw, and carried.

A vote of thanks was accorded to the President, Editor and Members of the retiring Council.

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNCIL. FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1924.

IN presenting the Thirty-second Annual Report, the Council offers its congratulations to Members on the Society's expansion, and the increasing interest taken in its work by individuals and institutions far afield from its headquarters. The increase in membership during the past two years has been most gratifying, no less than eighty-six new names having been added during that period, many of whom have been recruited from outside of New Zealand and the Pacific area.

On December 31st our membership and exchanges were as follows:—

Patrons 3
Honorary Members 10
Corresponding Members 13
Ordinary Members 253
Learned Societies and Institutions on Exchange List 49
Total 328
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This is the largest membership so far obtained by the Society, and is an indication of an increased interest taken in its work. Seventeen members have been struck off the list for nonpayment of subscriptions. This is a drastic sweep for one year, but such action was deemed advisable in view of the change over of management to an entirely new Council. Two years grace are given in all cases to members in arrears with their subscription, and to expect the Society to extend its concession beyond that period is unreasonable and cannot be allowed.

An outstanding feature of the past year's work has been the arrangement entered into (subject to confirmation) between the Society and the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, for co-operation in Ethnological work throughout the Pacific. At a meeting of the Council held on the 5th September last, it was unanimously resolved that the incoming Council give favourable consideration to the proposals set out by Dr. Gregory, Director of the Bishop Museum, in his letter of 1st July, 1924, for the co-operation of the two institutions in prosecuting Ethnological research over the Pacific area, and that a working understanding be come to in this matter along the lines suggested in the following clause of Dr. Gregory's letter:—“The "Polynesian Journal to accept each year a reasonable number of short "articles indicating that they have been submitted by the Bishop "Museum, such notation being considered satisfactory evidence of "suitability to print. The Museum to take no part in editorial or "financial responsibility, but would expect to pay for ‘separates’ and "for expensive illustrations. If it were desired the Museum might "appoint an associate editor or contributing editor.”

Co-operation between the Bishop Museum and this Society along the lines indicated in this resolution must help the advancement of Ethnological research throughout the Pacific area, and is a forward movement which we regard with great interest and agreeable anticipation, and our thanks are due to Dr. Gregory for suggesting this co-ordinating of effort.

The Board of Maori Ethnological Research has continued its active interest in, and practical help to the Society, and most welcome financial assistance has been forthcoming from that body, as a glance at the balance sheet will disclose. Apart from this substantial help the Board undertook to finance the issue of Memoir, No. V., of the Society, Mr. Elsdon Best's “The Maori” in two volumes, a most valuable contribution to the literature dealing with the Maori people. The work is now on sale to Members of the Society at a very low figure. The Board have now in hand the publication of Memoir No. VI., “Tuhoe” by Mr. Elsdon Best, which work will shortly be ready for sale to Members. The cost of the production of these two “Memoirs” will approximate £2000, the whole of which has been provided by the Board, and in addition they are handing over to our “Memoir Fund” the whole of the net proceeds from the sale of these two works. Most generous dealings surely.

The necessary formalities for the transfer of the management of the Society from New Plymouth to Wellington will be taken at this meeting. Quarters have been secured in Wellington for the housing - iv of the library and accommodation for the Council and Executive Officers, in a fire-proof building now in course of erection in a central and convenient position. These quarters will be shared by the Maori Research Board, which, we understand, will be responsible for the rent, subject to a pro forma adjustment in accordance with the financial status of the Society.

It is now twenty-five years since New Plymouth became the head-quarters of the Society, our late founder and leader, Mr. S. Percy Smith, having taken up his residence here in 1900. The crisis in the Society's affairs caused by the death of Mr. Smith, has been successfully overcome, and we believe that it has now entered upon a new and extended phase of work, and toward which our founder's farseeing and well-laid plans have proved of paramount assistance. In passing on the control of the Society's work to the new Council, we wish that body every success and an increasing development in the aims laid down by the Constitution of the Society. “ The promotion of the study of Anthropology and kindred sciences amongst the Polynesian races.” It will be the duty and responsibility of this meeting to elect an entirely new Council from Members resident within the city and suburban area of Wellington. As chairman of the present Council, and one of the founders of the Society, and for the past twenty-five years actively connected with its management, I shall feel the severance keenly. At the same time I am satisfied that the step now being taken is in the bests interests of the Society, as its future is now, I believe, assured.

It is with regret that we have to record the death during the past year of certain of our fellow members, amongst whom is one of the founders of the Society. Henry Dunbar Johnson, a some time Judge of the Maori Land Court, also Sir Walter Buchaman, who was an old member of the Society, having joined up in 1898. Another who has recently passed away is Mr. R. H. Rockell, M.A., a valued Member of the Council, and one keenly interested in the Society's work.

On the occasion of the Society's last meeting in New Plymouth, the Council desires to tender its thanks to all those who have helped to advance and carry on the work of the Society. Particularly is our gratitude due to the Editor and Associate Editors of the Polynesian Journal, the Secretary and the Treasurer of Society, and to contributors of papers to the Journal, without whose individual efforts the Society and its Journal could not have continued. From the foundation of the Society the whole of this work has been honorary and the thanks of the members are owing to those who have given of their best, in various ways, in endeavouring to forward the aims and interests of the Institution.

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VOL. XXXIV.—1925.
MEMBERS OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY. As from 1st January, 1925.

The sign *before a name indicates an original member or founder.

As this list will be published annually, the Secretaries would be obliged if members will supply any ommission, or notify change of address.

    PATRONS:
  • The Right Hon. Baron Islington, K.C.M.G., D.S.O., ex-Governor of New Zealand, Government Office, Downing Street, London.
  • The Right Hon. The Earl of Liverpool, M.V.O., G.C.M.G., ex-Governor-General of New Zealand, Downing Street, London.
  • Admiral of the Fleet His Excellency, Lord Jellicoe, G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O., late Governor-General of New Zealand.
    HONORARY MEMBERS:
  • Rev. Prof. A. H. Sayce, M.A., Queen's College, Oxford, England.
  • *H. G. Seth-Smith, M.A., 88, Victoria Avenue, Remuera, Auckland.
  • Prof. Sir W. Baldwin Spencer, M.A., C.M.G., F.R.S., The University, Melbourne.
  • *Edward Tregear, I.S.O., Picton.
  • Dr. A. C. Haddon, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., 3, Cranmer Road, Cambridge, England.
  • Sir J. G. Frazer, D.C.L., LL.D., Litt. D., Trinity College, Cambridge, England.
  • *Elsdon Best, F.N.Z. Inst., Dominion Museum, Wellington.
  • S. H. Ray, M.A., F.R.A.I., 218, Balfour Road, Ilford, Essex, England.
    CORRESPONDING MEMBERS:
  • Rev. T. G. Hammond, Putaruru, Auckland.
  • The Rev. C. E. Fox, San Cristoval; via Ugi, Solomon Islands.
  • Thos. G. Thrum, P.O. Box 205, Honolulu, H.I.
  • S. Savage, Rarotonga Island.
  • T. W. Downes, P.O. Box 119, Whanganui.
  • James Hornell, F.L.S., F.R.A.I., c/o W. J. C. Rain, 34, Loughboro Road, Brixton, London, S.W.
    ORDINARY MEMBERS:
  • 1916 Avery, Thomas, New Plymouth.
  • 1918 Adalbert College, Western Reserve University, Cleveland. Ohio, U.S.A.
  • 1918 Australian Museum, Sydney.
  • 1922 Adams, J. C., Taiparoro, Tauranga.
  • Angus and Robertson, Ltd., Sydney.
  • 1924 Andersen, J. C., Turnbull Library, Wellington.
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  • 1894 Bamford, E., Arney Road, Auckland.
  • 1896 British and Foreign Bible Society, 146, Queen Victoria Street, London, E. C.
  • 1902 Boston City Library, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
  • 1903 Brown, Prof. J. MacMillan, M.A., LL.D., Holmbank, Cashmere Hills, Christchurch.
  • 1909 Bullard, G. H., Chief Surveyor, Christchurch.
  • 1910 Burnet, J. H., Virginian Homestead, St. John's Hill, Whanganui.
  • 1911 Bird, W. W., Inspector Native Schools, Wellington.
  • 1913 Buddle, R., H.M.S. “Hawkins,” Wei-Hai-Wei, China.
  • 1920 Black, G. J., Gisborne.
  • 1920 Bates, D. C., Brooklyn, Wellington.
  • 1920 Balneavis, H. R. H., Secretary, Hon. Native Minister, Wellington.
  • 1921 Buck, Dr. P. H., D.S.O., District Health Office, Auckland.
  • 1921 Bassett, George, Whanganui.
  • 1922 Bellringer, C. E., New Plymouth.
  • 1923 Bett, Dr. F. A., Nile Street, Nelson.
  • 1923 Barron, Miss Vida M., 44, Queen Street, Dunedin.
  • 1923 Beamish, George E., Whana Station, via Hastings, Hawke's Bay.
  • 1923 Bruce, Mrs., “Rollesby,” Burke's Pass, South Canterbury.
  • 1924 Baillie, Herbert, Wellington City Library, Wellington.
  • 1924 Butler, F. A., Gill Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1924 Bell, Allen, M.P., Kaitaia, North Auckland.
  • 1924 Brown, Mrs. Henry, 4, Ascot Avenue, Remuera.
  • 1925 Bell, N. M., M.A., 134, Fitzgerald Street, St. Albans, Christchurch.
  • 1925 Bennett, H. D., Hawkestone Road, Wellington.
  • 1925 Beasley, Harry G., Haddon Lodge, Shooters Hill, London, S.E. 18.
  • 1925 Brinsden, J. B., 348, The Terrace, Wellington.
  • 1892 *Chapman, Sir F. R., c/o Turnbull Library, Wellington.
  • 1892 Chambers, W. K., Apple Farm, East Tamaki, Auckland.
  • 1893 Carter, H. C., 475, West 143rd Street, New York.
  • 1894 Chapman, M., Wellington.
  • 1903 Chatterton, Rev. F. W., The Vicarage, Rotorua.
  • 1903 Cole, Ven. Archdeacon R. H., D.C.L., c/o Bank of New Zealand, 1, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.
  • 1908 Coughlan, W. N., Omaio, Opotiki.
  • 1908 Carnegie Public Library, Dunedin.
  • 1908 Carnegie Public Library, New Plymouth.
  • 1910 Cock, R., New Plymouth.
  • 1918 Chambers, Bernard, Te Mata, Havelock North.
  • 1918 Corney, George, Devon Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1918 Crooke, Alfred, Marton.
  • 1919 Curtis, G. N., Watson Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1920 Cowan, James, F.R.G.S., c/o Dept. Internal Affairs, Wellington. Commonwealth Parliamentary Library—See Parliamentary Library, Melbourne.
  • 1921 Campbell, Capt. J. D., c/o Resident Commissioner, Rarotonga.
  • 1921 Collocott, M.A., Rev. E. E. V., The Parsonage, Albury, N.S.W.
  • 1923 Castle, M.A., Rev. J. G. T., Heretaunga School, Havelock North.
  • 1924 Carr, H., Judge, Native Land Court, Gisborne.
  • 1925 Cambridge University Library, Cambridge, England.
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  • 1903 Dixon, Roland B., Ph.D., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A.
  • 1917 Dominion Museum, Wellington.
  • 1918 Davidson, J. C., “Ratanui,” Carrington Road, New Plymouth.
  • 1923 Donnelly, A. T., Solicitor, Christchurch.
  • 1924 de Beer, Miss Dora, London Street, Dunedin.
  • 1924 Duncan, H. R., Hardy Street, Nelson.
  • 1925 Dabinett, James L., c/o National Bank of New Zealand, Waihi.
  • 1892 *Emerson, J. S., 1501, Emerson St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
  • 1920 Emslie, Mrs. Ann, Hillside, Waverley.
  • 1921 Elvey, W. E., Noseworthy Road, Blenheim.
  • 1923 Easton, M. G., c/o Public Works Dept., Wairoa, Hawke's Bay.
  • 1923 Edwards, Vivian D., “The Tower,” Matamata.
  • 1924 Eccles, Alfred, P.O. Box 223, Dunedin.
  • 1924 Ehau, Keepa H., Ohinemutu, Rotorua.
  • 1924 Ereatara, Wiremu, Box 40, Ngongotaka.
  • 1924 Entrican, James C., c/o A. J. Entrican and Co., Customs Street East, Auckland
  • 1896 Fletcher, Rev. H. J., Taupo.
  • 1902 Fraser, M., New Plymouth.
  • 1903 Fowlds, Hon. G., Auckland.
  • 1906 Field Museum of Natural History, The, Chicago, U.S.A.
  • 1913 Fildes, H., Chief Post Office, Wellington.
  • 1921 Firth, R. W., Wymondsley Road, Otahuhu, Auckland.
  • 1925 Fisher, V. F., Kauri Road, Birkdale.
  • 1902 Gill, W. H., Marunouchi, Tokio, Japan.
  • 1902 Graham, Geo., c/o No. 11 Endean's Bldgs., Queen St., Auckland.
  • 1910 Goding, Fred. W., U.S. Consul-General, Guayaquil, Ecuador.
  • 1919 Good, H. M., Stratford.
  • 1919 Grace, P. Alfred, Tokaanu, Taupo.
  • 1920 Goller, John, Inglewood.
  • 1920 Gensik, F., 64, Albany Street, Dunedin.
  • 1923 Grace, L. W. H., c/o Public Trustee, Wellington.
  • 1924 Gould, E. B., Te Awamutu.
  • 1924 Gill, William, 100, Exhibition Street, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • 1908 Hallen, Dr. A. H., The Hospital, Mercury Bay, Auckland.
  • 1909 Holdsworth, John, Swarthmoor, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay.
  • 1910 Hocken, Mrs. T. M., Hocken Library, Dunedin.
  • 1910 Home, Dr. George, New Plymouth.
  • 1918 Hodgson, N. V., c/o Norman Potts, Opotiki.
  • 1921 Hamilton, Harold, Dominion Museum, Wellington.
  • 1921 Huggins, H. A., “Taurima,” 55, Hamilton Road, Kilbirnie, Wellington.
  • 1921 Hudson, J. H., “The Hallukic,” Whitianga, Mercury Bay, via Auckland.
  • 1921 Harris, F., Albion Hotel, Gisborne.
  • 1921 Hine, Edgar, Morley Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1923 Handy, Dr., Bishop Museum, Honolulu.
  • 1923 Hakopa, K. H., Moawhanga, via Taihape.
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  • 1923 Heenan, J., Law Draughtsman's Office, Wellington.
  • 1923 Hansen, Frederick A., 16, Upper Vincent Street, Auckland.
  • 1923 Heihi, Timi, Kahukura, via Tokomaru Bay.
  • 1924 Hawken, O. J., M.P., Eltham.
  • 1925 Hammond, William, Thames.
  • 1925 Harber, D. Wesley, Pago Pago, Tutinila.
  • 1907 Institute, The Auckland, Museum, Auckland.
  • 1907 Institute, The Otago, c/o The Museum, King Street, Dunedin.
  • 1921 Ilott, J. M. A., 246b, Terrace, Wellington.
  • 1923 Institute, The Nelson, Nelson.
  • 1918 Johnson, E. G., Hamilton.
  • 1923 Jones, Robert Noble, Chief Judge Native Land Court, Wellington.
  • 1924 Jones, M. R., P.O. Box 24, Hawera.
  • 1924 Johnson, Prof. J. C., M.A., Auckland University College, Auckland
  • 1910 King, Newton, “Brooklands,” New Plymouth.
  • 1921 Kenderdine, J., Sale Street, Auckland.
  • 1921 Kohere, Rev., R. T., Horoera, Araroa, via Gisborne.
  • 1923 Knapp, F. V., Alfred Street, Nelson.
  • 1924 Kenny, Michael A., Hyde, Central Otago.
  • 1924 Kenyon, A. S., State Rivers and Waters Supply Commissioner, Melbourne.
  • 1924 Kane, E. W., Clerk, House of Representatives, Wellington.
  • 1924 Kohere, Rev. Te Poihipi, Rangitukia, via Gisborne.
  • 1924 Katene, H. W., Native Land Court, Wellington
  • 1925 Kirkcaldie, E. K., Salamanca Road, Wellington.
  • 1894 Lambert, H. A., Belmont, Tayford, Whanganui.
  • 1913 List, T. C., New Plymouth.
  • 1916 Leatham, H. B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Lond., New Plymouth.
  • 1917 List, C. S., Rata Street, Inglewood.
  • 1918 Laughton, Rev. J. G., Ruatahuna, via Rotorua.
  • 1920 Leith, F. E., Rangiputa, via Kaimaumau, Auckland.
  • 1923 Labberton, D. van Hinloopen, Dr., Tokyo Foreign Language School, Tokyo, Japan.
  • 1924 Leonard, F. H., Mercantile Chambers, Customs Street, Auckland.
  • 1892 *Marshall, W. S. Maungaraupi, Rata.
  • 1892 *Major, C. E., 22, Empire Buildings, Swanson Street, Auckland.
  • 1897 Marshall, J. W., Tututotara, Marton.
  • 1897 Marshall, H. H., Motu-kowhai, Marton.
  • 1907 Minister of Internal Affairs, The Hon., Wellington.
  • 1912 Marsden, J. W., Isel, Stoke, Nelson.
  • 1916 Mitchell Library, The, Sydney.
  • 1918 Missionary Research Library, 25, Maddison Avenue, New York.
  • 1919 McKay, Wm., F.R.C.S., Eng., 45, Guiness Street, Greymouth.
  • 1919 McKay, James, P.O. Box 55, Greymouth.
  • 1920 McEachen, Miss, M.A., 102, Nile Street East, Nelson.
  • 1920 McVeagh, James, 85, Queen Street, Auckland.
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  • 1921 Monro, Rev. Piri, Ohinemutu, Rotorua.
  • 1922 McDonald, James, c/o Dominion Museum, Wellington.
  • 1922 McIntyre, Hugh, M.A., LL.B., Feilding.
  • 1922 Morrison, David, c/o U.S.S. Co., Apia, Samoa.
  • 1923 Morpeth, W. T., Land Office, Hokitika.
  • 1923 Mitchell, Hy., Taiporutu, Surveyor,. Rotorua.
  • 1923 Matanuku, Henare, Kahukura, via Tokomaru Bay.
  • 1924 Mokonuiarangi, Raureti, Box 11, Matata.
  • 1924 McIntosh, D. T., 12, Crescent Road, Parnell, Auckland.
  • 1924 McLean, R. W., 308, Wellington Terrace, Wellington.
  • 1924 McGregor, D. S., Pemberton, Feilding.
  • 1924 Mann, S. F., Lawrenny, Caramut, Victoria.
  • 1924 Mahony, D. J., Mines Department, Melbourne.
  • 1925 McKenzie, Alexander, Hakupu School, Niue Island.
  • 1895 Ngata, A. T., M.A., M.P., Parliamentary Buildings, Wellington.
  • 1900 Newman, Mrs. W. L., New Plymouth.
  • 1902 New York Public Library, Astor Buildings, 42nd Street, N.Y.
  • 1924 Nelson, O. F., P.O. Box 1387, Auckland.
  • 1924 Ngata, Makarini T., Waiomatatini, via Gisborne.
  • 1920 O'Dea, P., M.A., LL.B., Hawera.
  • 1923 Ormsby, J., Otorohanga.
  • 1925 Onehunga Public Library, Onehunga.
  • 1894 Partington, J. Edge, F.R.G.S., Wyngates, Burke's Road, Beaconsfield, England.
  • 1907 Public Library, Auckland.
  • 1907 Public Library, Wellington.
  • 1907 Public Library, Bent Street, Sydney, N.S.W.
  • 1907 Philosophical Institute, The, Christchurch.
  • 1913 Public Library of Victoria, The Librarian, Melbourne.
  • 1913 Potts, Norman, Opotiki.
  • 1914 Parliamentary Library, The (Commonwealth), Melbourne.
  • 1917 Platts, F. W., C.M.G., Te Kuiti.
  • 1919 Public Library, Invercargill.
  • 1920 Pomare, Hon. Sir M., Minister in Charge Cook Islands, Welllington.
  • 1921 Painter, Robert, Inglewood.
  • 1921 Phipps, W. J., 132, Pinnar Road, Oxley, Watford, England.
  • 1922 Penn, W. J., Herald Office, New Plymouth.
  • 1923 Paterson, J. Fraser, G.P.O., Auckland.
  • 1923 Pratt, M.A., Rev. Rugby, 280, Church Street, Palmerston North.
  • 1924 Pycroft, Arthur Thos., Railway Department, Auckland.
  • 1924 Pulleine, Dr. R., Adelaide, S.A.,
  • 1924 Public Library, Palmerston North.
  • 1924 Paerata, Rawhiti, Tokomaru Bay.
  • 1924 Paraire, H., Tomoana, Hastings.
  • 1903 Roy, J. B., New Plymouth.
  • 1918 Rylands, John, Library, Deansgate, Manchester University, England.
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  • 1920 Roy, Ian W. B., Vivian Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1920 Rowe, W. Devon Street East, New Plymouth.
  • 1920 Rowden, F. J., Railway Department, Ohakune.
  • 1892 *Skinner, W. H., York Terrace, New Plymouth.
  • 1892 *Smith, M. C., Survey Department, Wellington.
  • 1892 *Stout, Hon. Sir R., K.C.M.G., Chief Justice, Wellington.
  • 1892 Smith, Miss E. Percy, New Plymouth.
  • 1896 Smith, Hon. W. O., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
  • 1904 Smith, H. Guthrie, Tutira, via Napier.
  • 1907 Secretary, The Postal Department, Wellington.
  • 1907 Skinner, H. D., B.A., D.C.M., Otago University Museum, Dunedin.
  • 1920 Shaw, Stanley W., New Plymouth.
  • 1921 Stronge, Mrs., Shortland Street, Avenue Road, New Plymouth.
  • 1921 Stimson, J. Frank, Papeete, Tahiti.
  • 1922 Standish, A. R. Liardet Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1922 Sinclair, Thomas B. J., Belt Road, Dartmoor, New Plymouth.
  • 1923 Stevens and Brown, B. F., 4, Trafalgar Square, London.
  • 1924 Smith, J., Tongatabu College, Nukualofa, Tonga.
  • 1924 Stanko (N.D.), Dr. Markian, Caja 58 Ensenda Baja Cfa, Mexico.
  • 1924 Smith, James D. St. Heliers Bay, Auckland.
  • 1924 Simpson, George, Junr., Belgrave Crescent, Roslyn, Dunedin.
  • 1925 Strong, Rev. E. H., M.A., New Plymouth.
  • 1913 Tribe, F. C., Eliot Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1915 Thomson, Dr. Allan, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., A.O.S.M., F.N.Z. Inst., Museum, Wellington.
  • 1919 Turnbull Library, The, Bowen Street, Wellington.
  • 1919 Thompson, Dr. W. M., M.A., M.B., B.C.L., Hawera.
  • 1921 Tamahori, Rev. P., Tuparoa, via Gisborne.
  • 1922 Taranaki, G., Mataora Bay, Waihi.
  • 1923 Teviotdale, David, 33, Princess Street, Musselburgh, Dunedin.
  • 1923 Thompson, Sam., Stratford.
  • 1924 Thomas, Charles Lewis, 29, Emerson Street, Napier.
  • 1924 Tau Henare, M.P., Motatu, Bay of Islands.
  • 1924 Te Awarau, H. M., Waipiro Bay, via Tokomaru Bay.
  • 1924 Triggs, The Hon. W. H., M.L.C., The Terrace, Wellington.
  • 1924 Te Ngata, Makarini, Waiomatatini, via Gisborne.
  • 1924 Te Kirakau, Morehu, Okere Falls, Rotorua.
  • 1924 Tonge, Harold Ernest, Justice Department, Thames.
  • 1925 Tahiwi, Kingi, Native Department, Welllington.
  • 1921 Uteurikawa, Dr. Nenoz, University of Tokio, Tokio, Japan.
  • 1923 Uru, Henare, W., M.P., Parliamentary Buildings, Wellington.
  • 1919 Vaile, Hubert E., Queen Street, Auckland.
  • 1921 Van Doesburg, S. C., Breestraat 14, Leiden, Holland.
  • 1921 Vogan, Arthur James, F.R.G.S., “Finbar,” Milson's Point, Sydney.
  • 1924 Vaile, E. E., “Broadlands,” Reporoa, Rotorua.
  • 1892 *Williams, Archdeacon H. W., Gisborne.
  • 1894 Wilson, A., Mandeno Jackson's Bldgs., Victoria Street, Hamilton.
  • 1896 Williams, F. W., Te Rawhiti, Hukarere Road, Napier.
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  • 1896 Wilcox, Hon. G. A., Kauai, Hawaiian Islands.
  • 1898 Whitney, James L., Public Library, Dartmouth, Boston, U.S.A.
  • 1903 Walker, Ernest A., M.D., New Plymouth.
  • 1910 Wilson, Sir J. G., Bulls.
  • 1912 Westervelt, Rev. W. D., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
  • 1914 Waller, Captain W., Moturoa, New Plymouth.
  • 1915 Williams, H. B., Turihaua, Gisborne.
  • 1916 Welsh, R. D., Hawera.
  • 1916 White, Percy J. H., New Plymouth.
  • 1917 Wilkinson, C. A., Eltham.
  • 1918 Wallace, D. B., Masonic Club, Queen Street, Auckland.
  • 1918 Western, T. H., Puketapu, Bell Block, New Plymouth.
  • 1920 Williamson, R. W., M.Sc., The Copse, Brook, Godalming, Surrey, England.
  • 1920 Ward, R. H., P.O. Box 10, Tauranga.
  • 1920 Wilson, William F., P.O. Box 3235, Honolulu.
  • 1920 Williams, W. J., Town Hall, Dunedin.
  • 1920 Williams, W. S., M.P., Matahiia, Tokomaru Bay, Gisborne.
  • 1921 Waite, Major F., Waiwera South, Otago.
  • 1921 Waterston, Charles, Union Bank, New Plymouth.
  • 1921 Wilson, D. M., Lands and Survey, Auckland.
  • 1923 Whitcombe, F. N., Pendarves Street, New Plymouth.
  • 1924 Wilkinson, Stanley, 20, Hackthorn Road, Cashmere Hills, Christ-church.
  • 1924 Wilson, Chas. A., c/o Messrs. Wilson Bros., Publishers, Shortland Street, Auckland.
  • 1925 Wanganui Public Library, Wanganui.
  • 1925 Whymant, Dr. A. N. J., Ph.D., Litt.D., Forst High School, Tokyo, Japan.
  • 1892 *Young, J. L., “Tarawynia,” Homebush, Sydney, N.S.W.
  • 1925 Young, J. A., M.P., Parliamentary Buildings, Wellington.
    PRESIDENTS—Past and Present.
  • 1892-1894—H. G. Seth-Smith, M.A.
  • 1895-1896—Right Rev. W. L. Williams, M.A., D.D.
  • 1896-1898—The Rev. W. T. Habens, B.A.
  • 1899-1900—J. H. Pope.
  • 1901-1903—E. Tregear, I.S.O., etc.
  • 1904-1922—S. Percy Smith, F.R.G.S.
  • 1922-1924—Elsdon Best, F.N.Z.I.
  • 1925—W. H. Skinner.
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LIST OF EXCHANGES.

THE following is the List of Societies, etc., etc., to which the Journal is sent, and from most of which we receive exchanges:—

  • Anthropologische, Gesellschraft, Wien 1, Burgring 7, (Vienna, Austria.)
  • Anthropologie, Société d', 15 Rue Ecole de Medicin, Paris.
  • Anthropologie, Societa, Museo Nazionale di Anthropologia, Via Gino Capponi, Florence, Italy.
  • Anthropologie Ecole d', 15 Rue Ecole de Medicin, Paris.
  • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 5, Elizabeth Street, Sydney.
  • American Oriental Society, 245, Bishop Street, Newhaven, Conn., U.S.A.
  • American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
  • Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1, Park Street, Calcutta.
  • Anthropological Department, University of the Philippines, Manilla.
  • American Museum of Natural History, 77th Street and Central Park, W., New York, U.S.A.
  • Bataviaasch Genootschap, Batavia, Java.
  • Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institute, Washington.
  • Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Honolulu, H.I.
  • British Museum, Museum Street, London.
  • Ethnographic Museum, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Fijian Society, The Suva, Fiji Islands.
  • General Assembly Library, Wellington.
  • Géographie, Société de, de Paris, Boulevard St. Germain, 184, Paris.
  • Geographical Society, The American, Broadway, at 156th Street, New York.
  • High Commissioner of New Zealand, 415, Strand, London.
  • Historical Society, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
  • Institute, The New Zealand, The Assistant Secretary's Office, Victoria College, Wellington.
  • Kongl, Vitterhets Historie, och Antiqvitets, Akademen, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Koninklijk Instituut, 14, Van Galenstratt, The Hague, Holland.
  • Library, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Museu Paulista, Coina, g., San Pedro, Brazil,
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  • Na Mata, Editor, Suva, Fiji.
  • National Museum of Natural History, Washington, U.S., America.
  • Peabody Museum of Archæology, Harvard University, Cambridge, U.S.A.
  • Philippines, Bureau of Science Library, Manilla.
  • Queensland Museum, Brisbane, Queensland.
  • Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London, S.W.
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, Brisbane.
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, c/o G. Collingridge, Waronga, N.S.W.
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, 70, Queen Street Melbourne.
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, Adelaide.
  • Royal Society, Burlington House, London.
  • Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain, The, 52, Upper Bedford Place, Russell Square, London, W.C. I.
  • Royal Society of New South Wales, 5, Elizabeth Street, Sydney.
  • Royal Colonial Institute, The, Northumberland Avenue, London.
  • Smithsonian Institute, Washington.
  • Sociétét Neuchateloise de Geographie, Switzerland.
  • Société d' Etudes Oceanienne, Tahiti Island.
  • School of Oriental Studies, London University, Finsbury Circus, London, E.C. 2.
  • Samoa Society, Apia, Western Samoa.
  • Tokyo Imperial University, Tokyo, Japan.
  • University of California, Library Exchange Department, Berkley, California.
  • University Museum, 33d and Spence Streets, Philadelphia, Pensylvania, U.S.A.
  • United States National Museum, Washington, U.S.A.
  • University of Chicago Library, Chicago, U.S.A.

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