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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
Containing the Transactions and Proceedings of the Society.
VOL. 59. 1950.
Wellington, N.Z.: THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1950.

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 59
    No. 1—March, 1950.
  • Supplementary Data Relating to the Ancient Waitaha in the Horowhenua—Te Whanga-nui-a-tara Area, North Island, New Zealand. By G. Leslie Adkin 1
  • Proverbial Expressions of the Samoans. Collected, translated and explained by Dr. E. Schultz. Translated into English by Brother Herman 35
  • Inland Patea Genealogies. By R. A. L. Batley 63
  • Carved Pumic Box from Waikato. By W. J. Phillipps 76
  • Dating the Moa-Hunter. By Leslie Lockerbie 78
  • Notes and Queries 83
  • The Use of the Canoe Paddle. Reviews: 85
  • The Moa-hunter Period of Maori Culture, by Roger Duff; Some Post-Glacial Climatic Changes in Canterbury and their Effect on Soil Formation, by J. D. Raeside; On the Late Quaternary History of the Hawaiian Vegetation, by Olaf H. Selling; Maui-of-a-thousand-tricks, by Katherine Luomala. List of Members 96
    No. 2—June, 1950.
  • Obituary 111
  • Proverbial Expressions of the Samoans. Collected, translated and explained by Dr. E. Schultz. Translated into English by Brother Herman 112
  • Some Notes on Nggela Grammar. By C. E. Fox 135
  • Note: 169
  • Stone Weapon from Borneo. The Hawaiian Family System. By E. S. Craighill Handy 170
  • Incised Designs, Kohi Gorge Shelter, near Waverley. By W. J. Phillipps 191
  • Reviews: 197
  • Ruatahuna, a Maori Village; Hawaiian Legends in English: an Annotated Bibliography; The Kon-Tiki Expedition; Horowhenua; Aotearoa Maori.
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    No. 3—September, 1950.
  • Proverbial Expressions of the Samoans. Collected, translated and explained by Dr. E. Schultz. Translated into English by Brother Herman 207
  • The Polynesian Family System in Ka-'u, Hawai'i. By E. S. Craighill Handy and Mary Kawena Pukui 232
  • Riddles (kam'aninga) from the Gilbert Islands. By H. G. A. Hughes 241
  • A Polynesian Migration Circa 1765. By H. E. L. Priday 245
  • Notes on Maori Plaits. By W. J. Phillipps 261
  • The Hocart Papers in the Turnbull Library 269
  • Notes on a Maori Whale Ivory Pendant. By Guy Powell 273
  • Rare Maori Text Available 275
    No. 4—December, 1950.
  • Apirana Turupa Ngata, 1874-1950. A Tribute by the President of the Polynesian Society 277
  • Apirana Nohopari Turupa Ngata. (Extract from his father's Journal—English version) 280
  • Ko Apirana Nohopari Turupa Ngata. (Extract from his father's Journal—Maori version) 283
  • Genealogy 286
  • The Place of Sir Apirana Ngata in Maori Acculturation 287
  • Leader of Genius. By Prof. I. L. G. Sutherland 293
  • Crusade through Parliament 295
  • Legislators' Tributes. (Hansard, Vol. 289, pp. 556-78; Vol. 290, p. 1026) 319
  • The Io Cult—Early Migration—Puzzle of the Canoes. A recorded talk by A. T. Ngata 335
  • Principal Writings of Sir Apirana Ngata 374
  • Fishing for Flying Fish in the Gilbert and Ellice Islands. By I. G. Turbott 349
  • A Ngati Raukawa Canoe Stern-post. By Roger Duff and G. S. A. Biltcliff 368