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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
Containing the Transactions and Proceedings of the Society.
VOL. 64. 1955
Wellington, N.Z. THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY (INCORPORATED) 1955

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 64
    No. 1—March, 1955.
  • The Editor's Comment 3
  • Some Aspects of Delinquency and Crime in New Zealand. By Albert Morris, Chairman of Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Boston Univ., U.S.A. 5
  • Maori Age Groupings and Social Statistics. By J. R. McCreary 16
  • Maori Affairs and the New Zealand Press. By R. H. T. Thompson, Canterbury University College 22
  • The Secret of the Jumping Stick. By Dr. Kathe Hye-Kerkdal, Vienna 35
  • The Fijian System of Kinship and Marriage. By R. R. Nayacakalou, Dept. of Anthropology, Auckland University College 44
  • The Polynesian Family System in Ka-'u, Hawai'i. By E. S. Craighill Handy and Mary Kawena Pukui 56
  • Dating. By J. R. Harding, Otago Museum 102
  • Dating New Zealand's Prehistory. By J. Golson 113
  • “Palolo.” By William Burrows 137
  • New Zealand Archaeological Association 155
  • The Anthropology and Maori Race Section of the Auckland Institute and Museum 157
  • Notes and Queries 160
  • Correspondence 167
  • Notice 170
  • Book Reviews 171
  • Some of the Contributors to this Issue 174
    No. 2—June, 1955.
  • Editorial 179
  • Cook Island Origin of the Maori. By Leslie G. Kelly 180
  • Tika, an Old Mystery Game in the Pacific. By Dr. Hye-Kerkdal, Vienna 197
  • Coral Atoll Cookery. By R. G. Roberts 227
  • South Canterbury Maori Camps, No. 3. Investigations at Pareora. By G. Griffiths 233
  • Fish Poisons at Mangaia. By Edwin Gold 237
  • Six Fijian Radio Carbon Dates. By E. W. Gifford 240
  • Correspondence 241
  • Publications Received 243
  • Book Reviews 244
  • Notes and Queries 246
  • Annual General Meeting 249
  • Notes on Contributors 252
  • Memoir Supplement: Nga Moteatea. Part 1 90-119
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    No. 3—September, 1955.
  • Comment 253
  • Obituary 258
  • The Maori School—A Cultural Dynamic? By Guy Powell 259
  • The Background of New Zealand's Early Land Policy in Rarotonga. By R. P. Gilson 267
  • The Role of the Individual in Tangan Society. By F. L. S. Bell 281
  • Easter Island Masonry. By H. D. Skinner 292
  • First Excavation of a Moa Hunter Camp Site at Waimataitai Mouth, Katiki. By Michael M. Trotter 295
  • The Maori in the Waitakere Ranges. By J. T. Diamond 304
  • Language in Rapa. By John F. G. Stokes 315
  • The Compound Possessives in Maori. By Bruce Biggs 341
  • New Zealand Archaeological Association 349
  • The Anthropology and Maori Race Section of the Auckland Institute and Museum 353
  • Reviews 356
  • Some of our Contributors 362
    No. 4—December, 1955.
  • Comment 365
  • New Year Honours 366
  • The Dendroglyphs of the Chatham Islands. By Christina Jefferson, B.A. 367
  • Aspects of Credit and Debt Among Fiji Indian Farmers. By Adrian C. Mayer, Australian National University 442
  • Archaeological Evidence of Former Native Occupation of Eastern Palliser Bay. By G. Leslie Adkin 450
  • Book Reviews 481
  • Notes and Queries 488
  • Notes on Contributors 494
  • Memoir Supplement: Nga Moteatea. Part 1 120-151