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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 37. 1928.
new plymouth, n.z.: PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY BY THOMAS AVERY & SONS LTD., DEVON STREET. 1928.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. 37.
    No. 145—March, 1928.
  • Bird-snaring, etc., in the Whanganui River District. By T. W. Downes 1
  • Language, Mythology and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Is., S.E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 30
  • Fish-poisoning in Rarotonga, Hora. By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck), D.S.O., M.D. 57
  • Honorific Terms, Sacerdotal Expressions, Personifications, etc., met with in Maori Narrative 67
  • Word List 70
  • The Sacred Calabash. By Rear-Admiral Hugh Rodman, U.S. Navy (retired) 75
  • Publications Received 88
  • Correspondence 90
  • Notes and Queries 93
  • Sir Joseph Banks wears a Maori, not an Otahetian cloak—Greenstone Pendants.
  • Annual Meeting 94
  • Balance Sheet 100
  • Members of the Society 101
  • List of Exchanges 111
    No. 146—June, 1928.
  • Maori Scrapers. By F. V. Knapp 113
  • Stone Implements of Pitcairn Island. By Kenneth P. Emory 125
  • The Game of Koruru, or Knuckle-bones. By T. W. Downes 136
  • Language, Mythology and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Is. S. E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 139
  • A Tuahu on the Whanganui River. By T. W. Downes 165
  • Word List 169
  • Maori and Maruiwi. Collected by Elsdon Best 175
  • Honorific Terms, Sacerdotal Expressions, Personifications, etc., met with in Maori Narrative 226
  • The Samoan Division of Time. By a Member of the Samoan Society 228
  • Unusual Form of Stone Adze from Pahiatua. By W. J. Phillips 241
  • Reviews 242
  • “The Arunta: A Study of a Stone Age People.” By Sir Baldwin Spencer and the late F. J. Gillen; “The Kiwai Papuans of British New Guinea,” by G. Landtman; “Orokaiva Magic,” by F. E. Williams.
  • Publications Received 253
  • Notes and Queries Facing 254
  • Views of Lagoon at Rarotonga during the hora, or fishpoisoning.
  • Proceedings 255
  • Errata, Vol. 36 256
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    No. 147—September, 1928.
  • The Story of Rua and Tangaroa. An Origin Myth 257
  • The Story of Ngae and Tutununui 261
  • Language, Mythology and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Is. S. E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 271
  • On the Origian of the Polynesian Passive. By Spencer Churchward, M.A. 300
  • Some Observations on Polynesian Verbs. By H. W. Williams, LITT. D. 306
  • A System of Diacritical Marks designed to facilitate the Comparative Study of the Polynesian Languages. By J. Frank Stimson 318
  • Tahitian Names for the Nights of the Moon. By J. Frank Stimson 326
  • The Nights of the Moon. By H. W. Williams, M.A., LITT. D. 338
  • Notes and Queries 357
  • Manufacture of Stone Implements.
    No. 148—December, 1928.
  • The Story of Tawhaki. As written by Henare Potae, of Uawa 359
  • Prehistoric Drains on the Kaipara, West Coast. By Edwin Harding 367
  • Samoan Head-shaping. By Andrew Thomson 369
  • Word List 372
  • Language, Mythology and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Is. S.E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 377
  • The Grammatical Value of Constructions with e in the Polynesian Dialects compared with Similar Cases in Indonesia. By Dr. A. Lafeber, Amsterdam, Holland 403
  • The Blood Theory of the Melanesians, New Guinea. By Stephen Lehner 426
  • Reviews 451
  • “Ancient Tahiti,” by Teuira Henry; “Pacific Island Records: Fish-hooks,” by Harry G. Beasley
  • Publications Received 454
  • Notes and Queries 457
  • A Maori Stone Anchor—A Rare Form of Pendant—Artificial Islet Refuges of Lake Horowhenua.
  • Proceedings 460