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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
Containing the Transactions and Proceedings of the Society.
VOL. 58. 1949.
Wellington, N.Z.: THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1949.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 58
    No. 1—March, 1949.
  • The Polynesian Collection of Trinity College, Dublin; and the National Museum of Ireland. By J. D. Freeman, London 1
  • The Malayan Neolithic. By M. W. F. Tweedie, Raffles Museum, Singapore 19
  • Diets, Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony. By I. G. Turbott, Colonial Administration, Tarawa 36
  • Legendary Footprints on the Poutu Sream, Rotoaira. By R. A. L. Batley, Moawhango 47
  • Memoir Supplement: Nga Moteatea—Vol. 3 Pages 297-374
    No. 2—June, 1949.
  • The Mixed Blood in Polynesia. By Ernest Beaglehole 51
  • Tokelau or Union Islands Nomenclature 57
  • Excavation of a Maori Burial at Longbeach, Otago; with Notes on Associated Artifacts 58
  • Did the Ancient Maori know of Fleas? By David Miller 64
  • “Pare Hauraki—Pare Waikato.” By Geo. Graham 68
  • Book Notices: “The Armytage Collection of Maori Jade,” by K. Athol Webster; “Archaeology and History of the Philippines,” by H. Otley Beyer 77
  • Notice of Publication of Proceedings of the Seventh Pacific Science Congress, New Zealand, 1949 81
  • Books on the Maori 82
  • Memoir Supplement: Nga Moteatea—Vol. 3 Pages 375-419
    No. 3—September, 1949.
  • Excavations in Viti Levu. By E. W. Gifford 83
  • Outside Influences on the Culture of the Kelabits of North Central Borneo. By Tom Harrisson 91
  • Rarotongan String Figures. By C. W. Devonshire 112
  • A Maori “God-stick” in the Dominion Museum. By W. J. Phillipps 124
  • Waituhi and Waka Waituhi. By H. S. Timms 125
  • Notes and Queries: Burial Customs of the Moriori; Moriori Playing Bowl; An Incised Stone from Tapawera, Nelson; An Old Canoe Prow; Trinity College Polynesian Collection; Maori Resuscitation Method 127
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  • Book Notices 130
  • South Pacific Commission, Noumea, New Caledonia 131
  • Obituary—James Hornell, 1865–1949 132
  • Annual Meeting and Treasurer's Report 133
    No. 4—December, 1949.
  • Proverbial Expressions of the Samoans. Collected, translated and explained by Dr. E. Schultz. Translated into English by Brother Herman 139
  • The Archaeological Service in Indonesia. By Prof. Dr. A. J. Bernet Kempers, Director of Archaeology in Indonesia 185
  • The Footprints of Tarawa. By I. G. Turbott, Colonial Administrative Service 193
  • New Anthropology Chair at Auckland 198
  • South Pacific Commission. Fourth Session 198
  • Author-list of Papers and Other Material in the Journal of the Polynesian Society. Vols. 51-58, 1942–49. By C. R. H. Taylor 201
  • Book Notices 208
  • Books for Sale 211
  • Maori Rafter Patterns 211
  • Index 213