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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 41. 1932.
New Plymouth, N.Z.: PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY BY THOMAS AVERY & SONS LTD., DEVON STREET. 1932.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. 41.
    No. 161—March, 1932.
  • The late Elsdon Best, F.N.Z. Inst. 1
  • Old Native Stone-cut Artifacts from Waverley. By T. W. Downes 50
  • Review 59
  • “Reisen in den Britischen Solomonen.” By Eugen Paravicini.
  • Periodical Literature 60
  • Personal Notes 62
  • Publications Received 63
  • Correspondence 65
  • Notes and Queries 66
  • Cocks-comb Hooded Images.
  • Proceedings 67
  • Members of the Society 69
  • List of Exchanges 78
    No. 162—June, 1932.
  • The Material Culture of the Moa-Hunters in Murihiku. By David Teviotdale 81
  • Maja: The notion Maja in the Jabem Language of N.E. New Guinea. By St. Lehner, Lutheran Missionary, Finschhafen, New Guinea 121
  • Was the Double-Outrigger known in Polynesia and Micronesia. By James Hornell, F.R.A.I., F.L.S. 131
  • Polynesian and Oceanic Elements in the Chimu and Inca Languages. By F. W. Christian, B.A. 144
  • He Kiki Waka Taua. By W. H. Skinner 157
  • Reviews and Short Notices 159
  • “Primitive Concepts of Disease, ” by Forrest E. Clements; “Ethnology of Tongareva, ” by Te Rangi Hiroa; “Fiji and the Fijians, ” by G. C. Henderson; “Melodic Composition and Scale Foundation in Primitive Music, ” by Helen H. Roberts; “The Kite: a study in Polynesian Tradition, ” by Nora K. Chadwick; “Papae (Hockey) in Tahiti and the Austral Islands, ” by Kenneth Emory.
  • Publications Received 173
  • Notes and Queries 177
  • Weapons of the Patu type—the Tautau, a Maori pendant—Hector Medal—Stones embedded in the forks of trees.
  • Proceedings 179
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    No. 163—September, 1932.
  • Songs of the Polynesian Voyagers. By J. Frank Stimson 181
  • Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone, and Shell. By H. D. Skinner 202
  • Native Names of Common Plants of Rarotonga, Cook Islands. By J. D. Campbell 212
  • Decorative Featherwork. By W. H. Skinner 214
  • Reviews and Short Notices 216
  • “Journal of Thomas Williams, Missionary in Fiji, 1840-1853, ” by G. C. Henderson; “The Letters and Journals of Samuel Marsden, 1765-1838, ” by John Rawson Elder; “String Figures from Gujarat and Kathiawar, ” by James Hornell.
  • Publications Received 228
  • Correspondence 231
  • Notes and Queries 237
  • Short Notes on two Maori pa in English Museums—Reburial at Little Papanui—Personal—Notes on the Moa-hunters.
  • Annual Meeting 242
  • President's Address 244
  • Annual Report 248
  • Statement of Accounts 250
    No. 164—December, 1932.
  • Recording of Polynesian Texts and Proper Names. By Te Rangi Hiroa 253
  • The Social Organization of Banaba or Ocean Island, Central Pacific. By H. C. and H. E. Maude 262
  • Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone, and Shell. By H. D. Skinner 302
  • Wrecked on the Voyage to Lau. By C. J. Morey 310
  • Additional Stone-cut Artifacts from Waverley. By T. W. Downes 312
  • Obituary—William Thorpe 317
  • Publications Received 318
  • Correspondence 320
  • Notes and Queries 323
  • The Easter Island Script—A Tuamotuan Canoe—Cocks-comb Hooded Images—Double Canoes of the Maori at Nelson—Maori Bird Perch.
  • Proceeding 326
    MEMOIR SUPPLEMENTS.
  • Field Notes on the Culture of Vaitupu, Ellice Islands. By Donald Gilbert Kennedy Index
  • Maori Music with its Polynesian Background. By Johannes C. Andersen, F.N.Z.Inst. 1-140
  • A Vocabulary of the Lau Language, Big Mala, Solomon Islands. Compiled by W. C. Ivens, M.A., Litt.D. 1-20

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ELSDON BEST, 1931
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