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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 36. 1927.
New Plymouth, N.Z.: PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY BY THOMAS AVERY & SONS LTD., DEVON STREET. 1927.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. 36.
    No. 141.—March, 1927.
  • PAGE
  • A Tikopian Vocabulary. Edited by Herbert W. Williams, M.A., LITT.D., F.N.Z.INST. 1
  • Kava Ceremonial in Tonga. By E. E. V. Collocott 21
  • Language, Mythology, and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Island, S.E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 48
  • Notes on Maori Artifacts. By Gilbert Archey 72
  • Reviews 76
  • “Oceanische Rindenstoffe” (Oceanic Bark-cloth), by Gerhard Stalling; “History of Hawaii,” by Ralph S. Kuy-kendall; “A Comparative Study of the Melanesian Island Languages,” by Sidney Herbert Ray, M.A.
  • Publications Received 82
  • Notes and Queries 84
  • A Mexican Tiki—Brass Patu brought to New Zealand by Captain Cook—Burial Chests.
  • Proceedings 85
  • Annual Meeting of the Society 86
  • Annual Report of the Council 86
  • Balance Sheet 88
  • Members of the Society 89
  • List of Exchanges 97
  • Notice to Members—“The Maori” by Elsdon Best.
  • Maori Literature.
    No. 142.—June, 1927.
  • A Tikopian Vocabulary. Edited by Herbert W. Williams, M.A., LITT.D., F.N.Z.INST. 99
  • Earthmounds in Samoa. By Andrew Thomson 118
  • The Discovery and Settlement of Rarotonga by Polynesians. Collected by Elsdon Best 122
  • Note on a Carved Rock in Taranaki. By W. J. Phillips, F.L.S. 135
  • Word List 141
  • Language, Mythology, and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Island, S.E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 145
  • A Classification of Instruments of Quartzite. By H. D. Skinner and David Teviotdale 180
  • Reviews 194
  • “A New Samoan Grammar,” by Spencer Churchward, M.A.; “Games and Pastimes of the Maori,” by Elsdon Best; “The Pa Maori,” by Elsdon Best; “Polynesian Religion,” by E. S. Craighill Handy.
  • Publications Received 203
  • Notes and Queries 206
  • Korere, or Feeding Funnel—Carved Artifacts.
  • Notice to Members: “The Maori,” by Elsdon Best.
  • Maori Literature.
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    No. 143.—September, 1927.
  • Language, Mythology, and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Island, S.E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 207
  • Raumahora and Takarangi—A Legend of the Taranaki Tribes. Collected by Elsdon Best 239
  • Hau and Wairaka. The Adventures of Kupe and His Relatives. Collected by Elsdon Best 260
  • Word List 283
  • Fish Gorges or Shell-fish Extractors or Spillikins? By Johannes C. Andersen 287
  • Honorific Terms, Sacerdotal Expressions, Personifications, etc., met with in Maori Narrative 290
  • Notes on Artifacts found in Cache at Pipikaritu Beach, near Otago Heads. By David Teviotdale 292
  • Publications Received 294
  • Notes and Queries 296
  • Isles of Ahu, Maui, and Hawaiki—Old Names of Isles of the Society Group—Tapu Stones of Taranaki—Metal Mere—Maori Names for Fingers—Method of taking the Weka or Woodhen—Eel Pots fashioned from bark.
  • Proceedings 300
  • Maori Literature.
    No. 144.—December, 1927.
  • Language, Mythology, and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Island, S.E. Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 303
  • Irihia: The Homeland of the Polynesians. Collected by Elsdon Best 330
  • The Outrigger in New Zealand and Tahiti By H. D. Skinner, University of Otago 363
  • A Waka-Huia in the Peabody Museum, Salem. By H. D. Skinner, University of Otago 366
  • Te Rae o Te Karaka. A Pa or Fortified Village in Queen Charlotte Sound. By W. J. Elvy 367
  • Rock Shelter Drawings at Arapuni Gorge. By Gilbert Archey, Auckland Museum 369
  • Word List 372
  • Honorific Terms, Sacerdotal Expressions, Personifications, etc., met with in Maori Narrative 376
  • Reviews 379
  • “Peoples and Problems of the Pacific,” by J. Macmillan Brown; “The Clash of Culture and the Contact of Races,” by George Henry Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers; “Atlas der Voelkerkunde,” by Prof. Dr. A. Kraemer.
  • Publications Recevied 389
  • List of Reprints 391
  • Notes and Queries 401
  • Memorial Window to Henare Taratoa.
  • Proceedings 402
  • Notice to Members—“The Maori,” by Elsdon Best.
  • Maori Literature.