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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY.
CONTAINING THE TRANSACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY.
VOL. 46. 1937.
Wellington, N.Z.: THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1937.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. 46
    No. 181—March, 1937
  • The Pacific and Circum-Pacific Appearances of the Dart-game. By D. S. Davidson 1
  • A Sikayana Vocabulary. By the Rev. A. Capell, M.A. 24
  • Obituary—Hon. Sir Frederick Revans Chapman 32
  • Review—Raymond Firth: “Art and Life in New Guinea” 36
  • Notes and Queries: He-kiki-waka-taua—The Stone Anchors of the Matahorua, Tokomaru and Tainui Canoes 37
  • Memoir Supplements—
  • String-figures from the Gilbert Islands. By H. C. and H. E. Maude 41-48
  • The Oldman collection of Maori Artifacts 17-27
    No. 182—June, 1937
  • The Kings of Easter Island. By Dr. Alfred Metraux 41
  • Maori Use of the Harpoon. By H. D. Skinner 63
  • Additional Wooden Images from Tonga. By Te Rangi Hiroa 74
  • Correspondence—“The Stone Anchors of the Matahorua, Tokomaru and Tainui Canoes,” by W. H. Skinner 83
  • Notes and Queries: A Maori Kaheru—Re Greenstone Adze found in Tasmania—The Easter Island Language 85
  • Proceedings 88
  • Annual Meeting 90
  • President's Report 91
  • Annual Report 92
  • Statement of Accounts 96
  • Memoir Supplements—
  • String-figures from the Gilbert Islands. By H. C. and H. E. Maude 49-56
  • The Oldman collection of Maori Artifacts 29-36
    No. 183—September, 1937
  • Recent Archaeological Discoveries in the Western Pacific. By Arthur J. Vogan, F.R.G.S. 99
  • The Maruiwi Myth. By H. W. Williams, Litt.D. 105
  • A Maori Stone Dagger from the Nevis. By Philip George. 123
  • A Necklace of Human Teeth—He Maioha Maukaki. By F. G. Fairfield 130
  • Progress Report on the Excavation of a Moa-hunters' Camp at the Mouth of the Tahakopa River. By David Teviotdale 134
  • New Zealand Anthropology To-day. By Ernest Beaglehole 154
  • Notes and Queries: “Anthropological Society of Hawaii News”—New Type of Fishing-boat at Mauke 173
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    No. 184—December, 1937
  • Transport and Receptacles in Aboriginal Australia. By D. S. Davidson 175
  • Maori Mentality Regarding the Lizard and Taniwha in the Whanganui River Area. By T. W. Downes 206
  • Method of Migration of the Extinct Tasmanian Race. By W. E. L. H. Crowther, D.S.O., V.D., M.B., B.S. 225
  • Obituary—The Right Reverend Herbert William Williams 232
  • Review—“We, the Tikopia,” by Raymond Firth 235
  • Notes and Queries 238
  • Proceedings 240
  • Index to Vol. 46 241