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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 43. 1934.
New Plymouth, N.Z.: PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY BY THOMAS AVERY & SONS LTD., DEVON ST. 1934.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. 43.
    No. 169—March, 1934.
  • A Grammar of the Language Spoken by the Kwara'ae People of Mala, British Solomon Islands. By Norman C. Deck 1
  • Traditions of Aitutaki, Cook Islands—1. The Story of Ru's Canoe. Recorded by Drury Lowe 17
  • Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone, and Shell. By H. D. Skinner 25
  • Reviews and Short Notices—“New Bases for Hawaiian Chronology,” by John F. G. Stokes 30
  • Publications Received 33
  • Correspondence 35
  • Proceedings 39
    Memoir Supplements:
  • Maori Music with its Polynesian Background. By Johannes C. Andersen 253-268
  • A Vocabulary of the Lau Language, Big Mala, Solomon Islands. Compiled by W. C. Ivens, M.A. Litt.D. 61-76
  • The Migrations of a Pandanus People. By Arthur Grimble, C.M.G., M.A. 85-108
    No. 170—June, 1934.
  • Australian Spear-traits and their Derivations. By D. S. Davidson, Anthropologist, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania 41
  • Traditions of Aitutaki, Cook Islands—2. The Story of Te Erui and his Canoe Viripo Moetakauri 73
  • A Grammar of the Language Spoken by the Kwara'ae People of Mala, British Solomon Islands. By Norman C. Deck 85
  • Ngakuraho Pa, Hangatiki. By Leslie G. Kelly, Te Kuiti 101
  • Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone, and Shell. By H. D. Skinner 106
  • Review—“Religious and Cosmic Beliefs of Central Polynesia. By R. W. Williamson 118
  • Short Notice—Bishop Museum Expedition to Eastern Polynesia 124
  • Publications Received 127
  • Notes and Queries—Patu representing human face—The “reel ” or “spool ” in Maori Material Culture—Bishop Museum Expedition to Western Pacific 130
  • Proceedings 134
  • Annual Meeting 136
  • Annual Report 138
  • Statement of Accounts 140
    Memoir Supplements:
  • Maori Music with its Polynesian Background. By Johannes C. Andersen 269-284
  • A Vocabulary of the Lau Language, Big Mala, Solomon Islands. Compiled by W. C. Ivens, M.A. Litt.D. 77-92
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    No. 171—September, 1934.
  • Australian Spear-traits and their Derivations. By D. S. Davidson, Anthropologist, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania 143
  • A Grammar of the Language Spoken by the Kwara'ae People of Mala, British Solomon Islands. By Norman C. Deck 163
  • Traditions of Aitutaki, Cook Islands—3. The Story of the Canoe Te Kare-roa-i-tai (Sea Foam) which was sailed by Ruatapu, ariki, who was all alone 171
  • Kororipo and Puketona. By L. G. Kelly 187
  • Relative Pronouns in Samoan. By C. M. Churchward, M.A. 192
  • Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone, and Shell. By H. D. Skinner 198
  • Reviews—“Mangaian Society,” by Te Rangi Hiroa; “Stone Remains in the Society Islands, ” by Kenneth P. Emory; “Tuamotuan Stone Structures,” by Kenneth P. Emory; “A Grammar of the Kiwai Language, Fly Delta, Papua,” by Sidney H. Ray; “A Grammar of the Language of Edugaura,” by John K. Arnold 216
  • Publications Received 226
    Memoir Supplement:
  • A Vocabulary of the Lau Language, Big Mala, Solomon Islands. Compiled by W. C. Ivens, M.A. Litt.D. 93-108
    No. 172—December, 1934.
  • Bark-cloth in Indonesia. By Raymond Kennedy, Yale University,, New Haven, Conn., U.S.A. 229
  • “Whale-tooth” Pendants in Bone and Stone. By Gilbert Archey, Auckland Museum 244
  • A Grammar of the Language Spoken by the Kwara'ae People of Mala, British Solomon Islands. By Norman C. Deck 246
  • Traditions of Aitutaki, Cook Islands—3. The Story of the Canoe Te Kare-roa-i-tai (Sea Foam) which was sailed by Ruatapu, ariki, who was all alone 258
  • Norfolk Island: Additional Evidence of a Former Native Occupation. By Frederick D. McCarthy, Australian Museum, Sydney 267
  • Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone, and Shell. By H. D. Skinner 271
  • Reviews—“History of Anthropology,” by Alfred C. Haddon, M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S., London; “Melanesian Design,” by Gladys A. Reichard; “The Gospel of the Sun,” by Alain Gerbault; “Marsden's Lieutenants,” by J. Rawson Elder 280
  • Notes and Queries: A pit in peat, Central Otago—An unusual fern-root beater (paoi)—Easter island script and the script of Mahenjo-daro 293
  • Proceedings 297
    Memoir Supplements:
  • Maori Music with its Polynesian Background. By Johannes C. Andersen 285-304
  • A Vocabulary of the Lau Language, Big Mala, Solomon Islands. Compiled by W. C. Ivens, M.A. Litt.D. 109-129