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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 38. 1929.
New Plymouth, N.Z.: PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY BY THOMAS AVERY & SONS LTD., DEVON STREET. 1929.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. 38.
    No. 149—March, 1929.
  • The Maui Myths. As narrated by natives of Tolago Bay, North Island, New Zealand 1
  • Interesting Maori Artifacts (Nelson District). By F. V. Knapp 27
  • Language, Mythology and Songs of Bwaidoga, Goodenough Island, South-east Papua. By D. Jenness and (late) Rev. A. Ballantyne 29
  • Word List 48
  • Honorific Terms, Sacerdotal Expressions, Personifications, etc., met with in Maori Narrative 52
  • Obituary 54
  • Notes on the Korotangi or Stone Bird 55
  • Some Elements of Polynesian Grammar. By H. W. Williams, M.A., LITT.D. 60
  • Review 81
  • “A Roviana and English Dictionary.” By J. H. L. Water-house, F.R.A.I.
  • Correspondence 83
  • Publications Received 85
  • Council Meeting 87
  • Annual Meeting 88
  • Balance-sheet 92
  • Members of the Society 93
  • List of Exchanges 102
    No. 150—June, 1929.
  • The Legend of Hawaii-Loa. By Bruce Cartwright, PH.B. 105
  • Evidence of Polynesian Culture in Australia and Norfolk Island. By W. W. Thorpe, Ethnologist, The Australian Museum, Sydney 123
  • The Study of Maori Mind. By I. L. G. Sutherland, M.A. (N.Z.), PH.D. (Glasgow) 127
  • Maori Etiquette. By T. W. Downes, of Whanganui 148
  • Word List 169
  • Te Hapuku of Hawkes Bay. Brief Biographies, No. 1 173
  • Publications Received 174
  • Review 176
  • ” The Material Culture of the Cook Islands (Aitutaki).” By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck).
  • Notes and Queries 179
  • New Zealand Institute Science Congress; Churchill Manuscripts.
  • Corrections, No. 1, Vol. 38 180
  • Proceedings 181
  • Memoir Supplement 1-38
  • ”Field Notes on the Culture of Vaitupu, Ellice Islands.” By Donald Gilbert Kennedy.
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    No. 151—September, 1929.
  • Canoe Outrigger-attachments in Tahiti and New Zealand. By Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck) D.S.O., M.D. 183
  • Taraia Ngakuti of Ngati-maru. Brief Biographies, No. 2 216
  • Word List 217
  • Reviews 220
  • “Native Education; the Language of Instruction and Intellectual Education.” By F. E. Williams.
  • “Outlines of the Anthropology of the Timor Archipelago.” By Dr. H. J. T. Bijlmer.
  • “Te Hekenga; Reminiscences of Early Horowhenua.” By E. O'Donnell.
  • “Primitive Economics of the New Zealand Maori.” By Raymond Firth.
  • “Nga Mahi a nga Tupuna.” By Sir George Grey; third edition, edited by H. W. Williams, LITT.D., F.N.Z.INST.
  • Correspondence 229
  • Publications Received 236
  • Notes and Queries 239
  • Samoan Kilt.
  • Proceedings 240
  • Memoir Supplement 39-70
  • “Field Notes on the Culture of Vaitupu, Ellice Islands.” By Donald Gilbert Kennedy.
    No. 152—December, 1929.
  • Maori Customs Pertaining to Birth and Baptism. By Elsdon Best 241
  • Notes on Stone and Moa-bone Fish-hook Shanks in the Otago University Museum. By David Teviotdale 270
  • Definiteness and Indefiniteness in Rotuman. By C. M. Churchward, M.A. 281
  • Review 285
  • “Die Marquesaner and Ihre Kunst” (The Marquesans and their Art). By Dr. Karl von den Steinen.
  • Correspondence 287
  • Publications Received 288
  • Notes and Queries 291
  • Carved Maori Artifacts; Maori Bone Needle.
  • Proceedings 295
  • Memoir Supplement 71-99
  • “Field Notes on the Culture of Vaitupu, Ellice Islands.” By Donald Gilbert Kennedy.