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INDEX TO NAMES OF AUTHORS OF PAPERS AND NOTES IN THE FIRST TWENTY VOLUMES OF THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY. 1892—1911.
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Adams, C. W.—Ancient Canals of Marlborough (note) IX. 169
Work of the Old Stone Axe (note) VIII. 197
A. H.—Brigham's Hawaiian Stone Implements (notice) XI. 257
Aia, Te—Genealogies and Historical Notes from Rarotonga II. 271
Aipi—Paumotuan Version of Tafa'i, The XX. 172
Aipitaroi—Paumotuan Version of Story of Rata XIX. 176
Alexander, E. W.—Cultivation of the Kumara (note) II. 193
Did the Maori possess the Yam (note) VIII. 269
Alexander, W. D.—Hale o Keawe at Honaunau, Hawaii, The III. 159
Specimens of Ancient Tahitian Poetry II. 55
Vigesimal System of Enumeration (note) X. 203
Anonymous (W. W. Gill papers)—Ancient Story of the Land of Papua XX. 122
Arrival of Fire at Papua XX. 123
Deeds of Ako, the Persistent XX. 210
History of Mauke Island XX. 134
Records of Rurutu Island XX. 136
Aranui, M. Te—Story of Rongo, The XX. 103
Ariki-tara-are, Te—History and Traditions of Rarotonga VIII. 61, 171
Aro, Te—Slaying of Moko-nui, The III. 165
Atkinson, A. S.—What is a Tangata Maori? I. 133
Barclay, D. F. G.—Lament for Tupoki, A II. 51
Becke, Louis—Kaipuke (the word) (note) IV. 155
Berger, H. O.—Pump Drill, The (note) XX. 101
Best, E.—Ihorei (note) XVIII. 154
Kiore Maori, The VII. 47
Lore of the Whare-kohanga. Vol. XIV., p. 205; Vol. XV., pp. 1, 147, 183; also XVI. 1
Maori and the Moa, The V. 120
Maori Medical Lore Vol. XIII., p. 213; also XIV. 1
Maori Place Names (note) III. 52
Maori Numeration XVI. 94
Maori Star Names XIX. 97
Notes on Maori Mythology VIII. 93
Notes on the Art of War. Vol. XI., pp. 47, 127, 219; Vol. XII., pp. 32, 65, 145, 193; also XIII. 1, 73
Notes on the Customs of Rahui XIII. 83
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Best, E.—Omens and Superstitious Beliefs of the Maori VII. 119, 233
Poe, a name for the Tui (note) XIX. 223
Prehistoric Civilisation in the Philippines I. 118, 195
Pump Drill, The (note) XIX. 224
Races of the Philippines I. 7
Rehu-o-tainui, Te VI. 41
Spiritual Concepts of the Maori. Vol. IX., p. 173, X. 1
Tree-felling with the Stone Axe (note) XII. 131
Tree Fort at Whakahoro II. 87
Tupa (note) XVIII. 98
Uhi Maori. Tattooing Instruments XIII. 166
Whanga-nui-a-Tara, Te X. 107
Broderick, T. N.—Canoe Making in Olden Times (note) XI. 192
Browne, A. H. (Translator.)—Account of some Early Ancestors of Rarotonga VI. 1
Caillot, A. C. E.—Les Polynesiens Orienteaux (review) XX. 152
Campbell, R. E. M.—Aborigines of New Zealand (note) III. 110
Captive's Escape, The III. 141
Cremation among the Maoris III. 134
Cremation among the Maoris (note) III. 52
Maori Burial (note) VII. 50
Place Name Origins (note) II. 280
Tapuika (note) V. 70
Traces of Ancient Human Occupation in Pelorous District (note) V. 70
Carroll, Dr. A.—Easter Island Inscriptions I. 103, 233
Carroll, Dr. A.—Easter Island Inscriptions (note) VI. 91
Location of Bulutu of Pulotu IV. 153
Carter, H. C.—Hawaiian Moa-nui, The (note) VI. 94
Chapman, F. R.—Governor King's Visit to N'Zealand, 1793 VII. 42
Koruru, the Maori Game of Knuckle Bones VII. 114
Chatterton, F. W.—Atua-hae-roa at Poverty Bay XV. 220
Christian, F. W.—Letter Changes in Dialects of Pouape and Kusaie VII. 64
Notes from the Caroline Islands VI. 187
Notes on the Marquesas IV. 187
Nukuoro Vocabulary VII. 224
On the Distribution of Plant Names in Polynesia VI. 123
Samoan Notes (note) II. 281
Totara Tree, The (note) XVI. 226
Churchill, W.—Principles of Samoan Word Composition XIV. 24
Root Reducibility in Polynesian XV. 95
Samoan Phonetics in their Broader Relation XVII. 79, 149, 209
Clarke, F. E.—Triangular Teeth amongst the Maoris IX. 121
Collingridge, G.—Supposed Early Mention of the New Zealand V. 123
Who Discovered Tahiti? XII. 184
Cooper, Rev. E. V.—Maori, The word V. 128
Cowan, J.—Breadfruit Tree in Maori Tradition XIX. 94
Canoe of Maui, The XIV. 161
Cave Dwellings at Te Pehu XVII. 222
Coming of Tainui XIV. 97
Hawaiki (note) XIV. 47
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Cowan, J.—Honorific Terms used in the Middle Island (note) XIV. 46
Last of the Ngati-Mamoe XIV. 193
On the word Moa (note) XIV. 164
Rakataura XIV. 220
Some Middle Island Place Names (note) XIV. 46
Story of the Takitimu Canoe.—Vol. XIV., p. 220, also XVII. 93
Taiaha whai mana XIV. 219
Davies, G. H.—Maori Star Names XX. 11
Moa, The (note) XIX. 223
Moa, The name (note) XVI. 106
And Pope-Tuhoto-arikis, Ancient Maori song XVI. 43
Downes, T. W.—On the Whatu-kura XIX. 218
Editorial Notes.—Agassiz Expedition to Pacific XII. 191
An Assam Naturalist (S. E. Peal) VI. 216
Ancient Inhabitants of New Guinea XIX. 223
Ancient Polynesian Canoe X. 205
Ancient South American, Indian, and Maori Custom XX. 15
Ara nui o Toi, Te III. 110
Cave Dwellings at Te Pehu XVIII. 44
Coconut and Peopling of the Pacific XX. 60
Dagh-Register, Casteel Batavia X. 169
Easter Island vi. 93
Easter Island Notes XX. 101
Enua-mana, The Land of Birds XX. 159
Extracts from Rev. W. W. Gills' Papers X. 116
Faleula Library XVIII. 218
Fall of Maunga-a-kahia Pa X. 203
Fanning Island Vol. XV., 125: also XX., 225
Fire Ceremonies in Thibet IV. 155
Fire Walking Ceremony XII. 191
Fornanders' “Polynesian Race” xviii. 97
Funafute Atoll. Ellice Group. Vol. VI., 37, 93 VII. 50
Greenstone or Jade at Niue xi. 263
Hawaiian Beliefs regarding Spirits xi. 44
Hawaiian Folk Tales xvi. 105
Hawaiian Isles known to Spanish I. 126
Hawaiian Temples, etc. Vol. XVI., 61; XVII. 108
Index to Islands of Pacific X. 55
Islands and Place Names I. 127
Kotaha, or Sling Spear xii. 245
Le ua Niua Islands XVIII. 154, 216
Life of Te Rau-paraha XV. 125
Man in the Moon XI. 123
Mantawi Vocabulary I. 126
Maori Antiquities Act XI. 42
Maori Art VI. 95
Maori and Egyptian Tattooing XIII. 104
Maori and the Moa. The XX. 54
Maori names of Lakes XIV. 163
Maori Teka, or footrest for spade XV. 94
Maori Tide Lore II. 281
Maori Traditions in Melanesia III. 176
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Editorial Notes.—Marakihau X. 55
Maui and Hine-nui-te-Po XVI. 227
Mauri of Fish, The X. 206
Moriori People of Chatham Isles (Chap. 15) XIX. 206
Native Place Names X. 55
New Human Race, A XX. 224
New Maori Dictionary XIII. 130
Old Marlborough X. 104
Origin of Names of Rarotongan Ariki XVIII. 217
Origin of Tattooing XX. 167
Origin of word Kanaka XVIII. 216
Pari-nui-te-ra XX. 224
Pentalpha, The XV. 125
Period of Rata, The Vol. XIX., 195; also XX. 155, 224
Place of Departed Spirits XII. 131
Plants of New Zealand XV. 126
Polynesian Canoe I. 190
Polynesian in South America XI. 44
Polynesian Migrations I. 128
Polynesian Occupation of Norfolk Island V. 241
Possible Origin of Lizard in Maori Carving XIX. 225
Pua, Game of Atiu XI. 191
Quipus, knotted Cord Mnemonic Aids I. 127
Rotuma and its People II. 280
Samoan Myth of Creation I. 273
Sculpture on Stones, New Caledonia XX. 162
Stone Idols from Necker Island III. 153
‘Tawhito’ in Polynesian Myth III. 177
Tuhua Island at Hawaiki XX. 224
Ella, Rev. S.—O Le Tala ia Taema ma Na-Fanua VI. 152
Samoan Cap, The (note) V. 190
Samoan Taumua-lua VII. 247
Settlements of Tahitians and Samoans on Mangareva V. 237
War of Tonga and Samoa, &c., The VIII. 231
Emerson, J. E.—Leina-kauhane in Hawaii XI. 192
Emerson, J. S.—Pua, Game of Atiu XI. 191
Emerson, N. B.—Bird Hunters of Ancient Hawaii IV. 71
Polynesian Canoe I. 191
Unwritten Literature of Hawaii XIX. 137
Fraser, D.—Polynesian Numerals. Vol. X. 171; also XI. 1, 107
Fraser, J.—Easter Island (note) VI. 93
Folk Songs and Myths from Samoa. Vol. VI., 19, 67, 107; Vol. VII., 15; also IX. 125
Malayo-Polynesian Theory, The. Vol. IV., 241; Vol. V., 92; also VII. 1
Maloyo-Polynesian Theory, The (note) V. 192
Samoan Song of Creation I. 164
Some Folk Songs and Myths from Samoa V. 171
Friedlaender, B.—Notes on the Palolo VII. 44
Gill, Rev. W. W.—Female Hermit of the South Pacific, A XX. 127
Name Unga for Slave, The XX. 128
Origin of the name Samoa (note) IV. 155
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Gill, Rev. W. W.—Papers of. Vol XX., pp. 116, 118, 122, 123, 127, 128, 129, 134, 136, 138, 139, 144, 147, 189, 196, 201, 210, 215, 219. 1    
Reed throwing (note) V. 191
Remarks on the Legend of Honoura V. 125
Song from Mangaia, A XX. 129
Supposed Samoan Cap V. 128
Goding, F. W.—Ruins in Guam (note) XVIII. 97
Grace, Archdeacon—Maori Traditions from D'Urville Island X. 65
Graham, G.—Ngutu-au XIV. 159
Gray, Rev. W.—Four Aniwan Songs III. 93
Aniwan Folk Lore III. 162
Gudgeon, W. E.—Aborigines of New Zealand (note) III. 176
Ancient Name of New Zealand (notes) XVIII. 44, 98
Mana Tangata XIV. 49
Maori Deities I. 30
Maori Generation, A II. 112
Maori Migrations to New Zealand Vol. I., p. 212 III. 46
Maori People, The XIII. 177
Maori Place Name Origins (note) III. 177
Maori Religion XIV. 107
Maori Superstitions XIV. 167
Maori Tradition as to the Kumara II. 99
Maori Tribes of East Coast of New Zealand Vol. III., p. 208; Vol. IV., pp. 17, 177; Vol. V., p. 1; also V. 6, 177
Maori Wars XVI. 13
Ngati-Hau of Whanga-nui (note) XIV. 219
New Zealand Origin of Manihikians, &c., (note) XIII. 265
Notes on “The Fall of Puke-hina, &c.” by T. W. Rimini II. 109
Nukumaitore (note) XIII. 265
On Matakite XVIII. 142
Origin of Heraldic Marks of Aitutaki XIV. 217
Paoa I. 76
Phallic Emblems from Atiu Island XIII. 210
Sketch of the History of the Ngati-Tama Tribes II. 157
Tangata Whenua, The II. 203
Tipua-kura, &c. XV. 27
Toa taua or Warrior XIII. 238
Tohunga Maori, The XVI. 63
Umu-ti, Te (Fire-walking Ceremony) VIII. 58
Whakamomori XV. 163
Whence of the Maori, The Vol. II., pp. 179, 247 XII. 51, 120, 166
Hamilton, A.—Karaka Tree, The (note) XII. 245
Mysterious Stones (note) XII. 245
Supposed Early Mention of New Zealand in a 12th Century work (note) IV. 206
Hamilton, R. M.—Polynesian Navigation (note) II. 280
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Hammond, Rev. T. G.—Atua Maori viii. 89
Kumara, Perei and Taewa, The iii. 237
Place Name Origins (note) ii. 192
Tai hauauru, The (West Coast) x. 194
Taro, The iii. 105
Tohunga Maori, The xvii. 163
Harding, R. C.—Polynesian Fire Ceremony, The (note) viii. 269
Henry, Miss Teuira.—Birth of New Lands, The iii. 136
Genealogy of the Pomare Family of Tahiti ii. 26
Legend of Honoura, The iv. 256
More about Fire Walking x. 53
More on the Ari'i of Tahiti xx. 5
Tahitian Astronomy xvi. 101
Tahitian Folk Lore x. 51
Umu-ti (Te), A Raiatean Ceremony ii. 105
Wallis, the Discoverer of Tahiti xiii. 122
Hongi Hare.—Concerning Whare-kura: Its teachings, &c. vii. 35
Contest between Fire and Water iii. 155
Kura-tawhiti, The ii. 123
Lament of Te Rangi-mauri for Tonga-awhikau v. 112
Maori Cosmogony, A xvi. 109
Notes on ‘Coming of Te Arawa, &c.’ by Tarakawa iii. 37
On Ariki and Tohunga xviii. 84
Rongo-ma-Tane (note) xvii. 166
Rua-tapu, son of Uenuku xix. 89
Tama-ahua v. 233
Tupa, The word (note) xvii. 167
Waiata Whangai Ariki, He ii. 119
Whiro and Toi xx. 63
H. T.—Short Traditions of the South Island of New Zealand x. 72
Hutchin, J. J. K.—Birds of Rarotonga (note) vii. 247
Traditions, &c., of Danger or Pukapuka Island xiii. 173
Hutton, F. W.—Supposed Samoan Cap (note) Vol. v., 69, see also v. 128, 190
Hyde, C. M.—Hawaiki (note) viii. 135
Itio—Voyage of Arekea from Uea Island xx. 219
Jackson, F. A.—Fijian Legend of Origin of Fire Ceremony iii. 72
Fire-walking in Fiji, &c. viii. 185
Jade in the Pacific (note) i. 273
Kahu, T. W. Te—Wars of Ngai-Tahu with Ngati-Toa x. 94
Karareae, Te K.—Kurahaupo Canoe, The ii. 186
Tatau o te Po, Te vii. 55
Kauika, W.—Tutae-poroporo xiii. 89
Kensington, W. C.—Work of the Old Stone Axe (note) viii. 135, 197
Kiva And Putua-ariki—Tuatua Tupuna no Rarotonga vi. 2
Laing, R. M.—Cross in Polynesia (note) ix. 63
Large, J. T.—Aitutaki Version of the Story of Iro xii. 133
An Umu-ti at Atiu Island (Fire-walking) x. 1
Ruatapu xv. 209
Vigesimal System of Enumeration xi. 260
Leggatt, T. W.—Supposed Samoan Cap (note) v. 190
Lister And White—Story of Te Rapuwai and Kahui-tipua xx. 12
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Lyons, C. J.—Maoli or Maori (note) v. 71
Song of Kualii (note) v. 70
Lyons, C. J. and Alexander, W. D.—Song of Kualii of Hawaii ii. 160
Macdonald, Rev. D.—Asiatic Origin of the Oceanic Numerals ii. 88
Asiatic Origin of Oceanic Personal Pronouns i. 254
Asiatic or Semitic Origin of Oceanic Numerals v. 212
Asiatic Relationship of Oceanic Languages xiii. 197
Formative Suffixes of Oceanic Languages, &c. x. 57
Manuiri—Story of the Visit of Tongaiti to Rarotonga v. 142
Maretu—Coming of Goodenough's Ship to Rarotonga in 1820 xx. 189
Tuanaki, the Lost Island xx. 144
Word about Cannibalism at Rarotonga, A xx. 196
Marques, A.—Population of the Hawaiian Islands ii. 253
Martin, F.—Legend of Tama-ahua x. 166
Martin, Josiah—Origin of the Name of Tonga Island xx. 165
Maru—Account of Ancestors of Papua xx. 118
Maxwell, C. F.—Origin of the Tribal Name of Ngati-Kuri, of Whangape iv. 183
Meyer, A. B.—Abnormal Tusks (note) vi. 159
Mohi Tueri—Tu-whakairi-ora xx. 17
Monekton, W.—Goodenough Island, New Guinea vi. 88
Some Recollections of New Guinea Customs v. 184
Morpeth, W. T.—Hunakeha Tree, The xiv. 216
Lament, A xi. 121
Moss, F. J.—Maori Polity of the Island of Rarotonga, The iii. 21
Murray, Rev. C.—Kumara and Banana, Names for (note) i. 190
On Codrington's ‘Melanesians’ i. 137
Polynesian Bow, The (note) i. 190
Varieties of Breadfruit, New Hebrides iii. 36
Nahe Hoani—Maori: Tangata Maori iii. 27
Origin of the words Pakeha and Kaipuke iii. 233
Newell, Rev. J. E.—Ancient Polynesian Chart iv. 236
Legend of Coming of Nareau from Samoa to Tarawa iv. 231
Notes on Rev. J. B. Stairs' ‘Early Samoan Voyages’ iv. 238
Newman, A. K.—Breaking Elbow Joints (note) xvi. 61
Ngata, A. T.—Notes on Rev. H. Williams' paper on ‘The Maori Whare’ vi. 85
Nicholas, H.—Genealogies and Historical Notes from Rarotonga i. 20, 65
Pakau-wera, E. W.—Story of Hine-popo, The iii. 98
Pakoti, J.—First Inhabitants of Aitutaki iv. 59
Paora, H.—Notes on A. S. Atkinson's paper—‘What is a Tangata Maori?’ ii. 116
Parata, H.—Atua and Ainga-mai-rangi xx. 94
Partington, J. E.—Extracts from Diary of Dr. Somwell viii. 250
Peal, S. E.—Ancestors of the Maori, The vi. 174
Malayo—Polynesian Theory v. 101
Pewa—Story of Taoho, The xx. 111
Pine, T.—Legend of Ti-ya-tinity vi. 169
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Pio, H. T.—Manu Aute, Te (The Maori Kite) x. 191
Pope and Davies—Tuho-ariki's Song xvi. 43
Ranapiri, T.—Ancient Method of Bird Snaring iv. 132
Rangi-hiroa, Te—Story of Wairangi, The xix. 197
Raukata-uri, H. P.—Hana (Te) and Hou-pipito xx. 86
Story of Meke and Hau-paewhenua xx. 107
Ray, S. H.—Common Origin of Oceanic Languages, The v. 58
Rimini, T. W.—Fall of Maunga-a-kahia Pa i. 147
Fall of Puke-hina, Oreiwhata, and Pou-tuia ii. 43
Puna Kahawai i Motu, Te x. 183
Rupe—Voyages of Te Erui, etc. to Western Islands xx. 147
Rutland, J.—Ancient Indian Astronomy ix. 144
Ancient Maori Art in New Zealand ix. 142
Ancient Pit Dwellings of Pelorus District vi. 77
Big Ears, The vi. 213
Did the Maori Know the Moa? ii. 156
Maori Knowledge of the Bow (note) i. 274
Maori Relics (note) iv. 295
On Some Ancient Stone Implements, Pelorus District v. 109
On the Survival of Ancient Customs in Oceanica xiii. 99
Our Summer Migrants i. 131
Traces of Ancient Human Occupation, Pelorus Dis. iii. 220
Worm Eating Among Maoris (note) iv. 207
Salmon, T.—On Ari'is in Tahiti xix. 39
Savage, S.—Rarotongan Version of Story of Rata xix. 142
Schultz, Dr. E.—Most Important Principles of Samoan Family Law xx. 43
Samoan Version of the Story of Apakura xviii. 139
Shand, A.—Moriori People of the Chatham Isles Vol. iii., pp. 76, 121, 187; Vol. iv., pp. 33, 89, 160, 209; Vol. v., pp. 13, 73, 131, 195; Vol. vi., pp. 11, 145, 161; also vii. 73
Occupation of Chatham Isles by Maoris in 1835 Vol. i., pp. 83, 154, 202; also ii. 74
Skinner, H. D.—Did Maoris permanently occupy Lake Wanaka (note) xix. 224
Skinner, W. H.—Ancient Fortified Pa, The xx. 71
Canoe Making in Olden Times (note) xi. 192
Capture of the Rewarewa Pa ii. 179
Jadeite Axe ‘Pae-whenua’ (note) xvi. 226
Kaheru, The (Native spade) xvi. 99
Legend of Parahia, The vi. 156
Possible Origin of Lizard in Maori Carvings xix. 225
Smith, S. P.—Arai-te-tonga: Ancient Rarotongan Marae xii. 218
Aryan and Poiynesian Points of Contact Vol. xix. p. 84; also xx. 37, 170
Did the Maori Know of Rice (note) xx. 100
Dumont D'Urville's Visit to N.Z. in 1827 (note) v. 69
Easter and Rapa Islands xix. 171
First Inhabitants of the Ellice Group vi. 209
Futuna or Horne Island i. 33
Genealogy of Te Mamaru Family of Moeraki iii. 9
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Smith, S. P.—Hawaiki: The Whence of the Maori Vol. vii., p. 137; also viii. 1
History and Traditions of the Taranaki Coast Vol. xvi., pp. 120, 175; Vol. xvii., pp. 1, 51, 111, 169; Vol. xviii., pp. 1, 47, 101, 157; also xix. 1, 47, 101
Jade in Polynesia (note) i. 128
Man in the Moon, The (note) v. 240
Maori Ceremonial Comb xii. 243
Maori god Ha, The (note) xvii. 229
Niue Island and its People Vol. xi., pp. 80, 163, 195; also xii. 1, 85
Note on the Dialect of Niue Island x. 178
Notes on Genealogy of the Pomare Family of Tahiti ii. 25
Occupation of Wai-rarapa by Ngati-Kahungunu xiii. 152
On the Habitat of the Karaka (tree) and Pukeko (bird) (note) ii. 126
Peopling of the North—Supplement to Vol. 6, 108 pp.    
Polynesian and Aryan Points of Contact (See Aryan) xx. 37
Polynesian Sojourn in Fiji iii. 145
Pua Game of Atiu, The (note) x. 206
Raiatea and Rangiatea ii. 127
Reinga, The—Maori Spirit World (note) v. 240
Some Middle Island Place Names (note) xiv. 163
Some Paumotu Chants xii. 221
Some Whanga-nui Historical Notes xiv. 131
Stone Axes of Manahiki Island (note) xi. 262
Stone Implements from Chatham Isles i. 81
Tahitian Hymn of Creation i. 31
Traditions of Tasman's Visit (note) x. 104
Tuwhare—Rauparaha Expedition (note) xviii. 154
Uea, or Halgan Island (note) i. 127
Uea, or Wallis Island and its People i. 106
Wars of Northern against Southern Tribes—Vol. viii., pp. 141, 201; Vol. ix., pp. 1, 85, 145; Vol. x., pp. 21, 78; also xiii. 20
War Song of the Oropaa Clan of Tahiti vi. 211
Smith, W. W.—Ancient Maori Kite (note) x. 169, 204
Extinct Forests of Canterbury Plains (note) x. 203
Flint Implements (note) vi. 93
Maori and Moa Remains (note) xiii. 193
Occurence of Moa Bones in Forests (note) xix. 222
Origin of the Canterbury Rock Drawings (note) vi. 158
Spurious Stone Implements vii. 244
Sore, Maroi—Song of Aniwa, N. H. A. iii. 41
Stair, Rev. J. B.—Early Samoan Voyages, etc. iv. 99
Jottings on the Mythology, etc., of Old Samoa v. 33
Names and Movements of the Heavenly Bodies vii. 48
Palolo, an Edible Sea Worm vi. 141
Ruins of an Old Samoan Temple iii. 239
Samoa: Whence Peopled? iv. 47
Stevens, T. L.—Relationship of Malayan Languages ii. 152
Tamarau—Story of Hape viii. 49
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Tamati, Tuta—Maori Incantations ii. 103
Reply to A. S. Atkinson's paper ‘What is a Tangata Maori?’ ii. 60
Tarakawa, T.—Coming of Matatua, Kura-hau-po, &c., from Hawaiki iii. 59
Coming of Te Arawa and Tainui Canoes Vol. ii., p. 220; iii. 168, 199
Doings of Te Wera and Nga-Puhi on East Coast Vol. viii.; pp. 179, 235; also xi. 9, 47, 65, 135
Story of Kataore, The xviii. 205
Story of Tarawhata, The xx. 185
Tuatara and Kumukumu xx. 39
Tarakawa and P. Ropiha—Māhu and Taewa viii. 122
Tautahi, H.—Aotea Canoe, The ix. 200
Thomas, C.—Maya and Malay vii. 89
Vigesimal System of Enumeration, The x. 101
Thompson, B.—Land of Our Origin, The i. 143
Thurston, J. B.—Migration to Uea or Wallis Island (note) i. 274
Voyages of Peruvians (note) i. 274
Tiaara—Attempt to Capture Rurutu Island xx. 138
Timoteo—Notes on the Kabadi Dialect of New Guinea vi. 201
Toarua—Voyage of Uenga to several Islands xx. 139
Tone, N. J.—Canoe Making in Olden Times xi. 124
Fire Walking Ceremony, The (nets) ii. 193
Origin of the word ‘Kaipuke’ (note) iv. 71
Tregear, C.—Asiatic Gods in the Pacific ii. 129
Bow Found in New Zealand (note) i. 128
Creation Song of Hawaii, The ix. 38
Easter Island i. 95
Greenstone as a Fish (note) xiii. 193
Haraiti (note) viii. 198
Kete tuauri (note) xvi. 106
Kiwa, the Navigator vii. 111
Language of Makura, New Hebrides, The v. 187
Making and Unmaking of Man xii. 182
Manaia xi. 76
Maori and Bugis Songs (note) i. 129
Maori and Hawaiian Kindred iv. 202
Mapia Islands, The x. 50
Niue, or Savage Island ii. 11
Notes on “Maya and Malay” vii. 101
Pai-marire word “Hau” (note) xiii. 194
Paumotuan Dictionary, A—Vol. ii., p. 195; Vol. iii., pp. 1, 51, 113, 179; also iv. 1, 73, 157
Paumotuan Islands, The ii. 2, 194 a
Physical Endurance ii. 71
Poe as a name for the Tui (note) xiii. 194
Polynesian Bow, The i. 56
Polynesian Causatives i. 53
Polynesian Origins xiii. 105, 133
Rapati Visits England in 18th Century (note) ii. 262
Rongo-ma-Tane (note) xvii. 108
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Tregear, E.—Song of Savage Island, A ix. 235
Sun Worship in New Zealand (note) ix. 63
Taringa (ear), Customs, etc., Pertaining thereto (note) ii. 125
Waru, the Eighth Month (note) xiii. 194
Tuhoto-ariki (Davies and Pope)—Ancient Maori Poem xvi. 43
Tuhua, T.—History of Horehore Pa xv. 61
Tunui-a-rangi, H. P.—Explanation of Certain Maori Customs xv. 129
Iri Karakia, The xiv. 100
Kakahi-makatea Pa xiii. 126
Story of Ngarara-huarau xiv. 200
Turumeke, Ema—Narrative of the Battle of Omihi iii. 107
Tutakangahau—Notes on Tarakawa's ‘Coming of Matatua’ vii. 30
Tutuila—Liue Islanders, The i. 263
Tuwhawhakia, K.—Story of Whaki-tapui, &c. v. 155
Vakapora, Uatini—Origin of the Name of Rurutu xx. 215
Watt, Rev. W.—Cannibalism in Tanna (New Hebrides iv. 226
Westervelt, W. D.—Maui, the Demi-god (Review of) xx. 34
Whakatara, Tamati—Story of Mahinga xx. 78
Whare-auahi, P. Te—Migration of Kahu-hunu xiv. 67
Whatahoro, H. T.—Meaning of the word Ariki xviii. 90
Whetu, K. Te—Haerenga mai o Kupe i Hawaiki ii. 147
Kametara and his Ogre Wife vi. 97
Patunga o Ngarara-huarau ii. 211
Patunga o Te Kai-whakaruaki iii. 16
Tangi a Te Rangi-mauri mo Tonga-awhikau v. 112
White, T.—Ante, The (note) vii. 117
Karaka Tree, The (note) vii. 115
Kowhai-ngutu-kaka (note) vii. 116
On the Use of Birds in Navigation xvi. 92
On the word ‘Moa’ xiv. 102
On the word ‘Piopio,’ &c. (note) Vol. iv. p. 207 v. 70
Pouakai (note) vi. 94
Poutu māro te ra (note) vi. 38
Pukatea Tree, The (note) vii. 115
Rahui, Custom of (extracts) i. 275
Ti tawhiti (note) vii. 116
Toa Tree, The (note) xi. 123
Ui-ara-kakano (note) x. 205
W. H. S.—Niue or Savage Island x. 168
Williams, Harold—Vocabulary of Niue or Savage Island ii. 17,65
Williams, Rev. H. W.—Maori Bird Names xv. 193
Maori Matter at the Cape of Good Hope xv. 175
Maori Whare, The v. 145
New Maori Dictionary xii. 187
Williams, Rev. W. L.—Names of Kumara iii. 144
On a paper by A. S. Atkinson— ‘ What is a Tangata Maori’ ii. 63
Yarborough, A. C.—Hokianga Incident, A xviii. 94
Ngati-Awa in the North xv. 221
Strength of Hokianga Hapus (circa 1810) xviii. 96
Young, J. L.—Names of the Paumotu Islands viii. 264
Origin of the Name Tahiti, The vii. 109

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INDEX TO TITLES OF PAPERS AND NOTES IN THE FIRST TWENTY VOLUMES OF THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY. 1892—1911.
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Abnormal Tusks (note). A. B. Meyer vi. 159
Aborigines of New Zealand (note). R. E. M. Campbell iii. 110
Aborigines of New Zealand (note). W. E. Gudgeon iii. 176
Account of Ancestors of Papua. Maru xx. 118
Account of some Early Ancestors of Rarotonga. A. H. Browne vi. 1
Agassiz Expedition to Pacific (note) xii. 191
Aitutaki Version of the Story of Iro. J. T. Large xii. 133
An Assam Naturalist (S. E. Peal). Editorial note vi. 216
Ancestors of the Maori, The. S. E. Peal vi. 174
Ancient Canals of Marlborough (note). C. W. Adams ix. 169
Ancient Fortified Pa, The. W. H. Skinner xx. 71
Ancient Indian Astronomy. J. Rutland ix. 144
Ancient Inhabitants of New Guinea. Editorial note xix. 223
Ancient Maori Art in New Zealand. J. Rutland ix. 142
Ancient Maori Kite (note). W. W. Smith x. 169, 204
Ancient Maori Poem. Tuhoto-ariki xvi. 43
Ancient Method of Bird Snaring. T. Ranapiri iv. 132
Ancient Name of New Zealand (notes). W. E. Gudgeon. xviii 44, 98
Ancient Pit Dwellings of Pelorus District. J. Rutland vi. 77
Ancient Polynesian Canoe. Editoral note x. 205
Ancient Polynesian Chart. Rev. J. E. Newell iv. 236
Ancient South American, Indian, and Maori Custom. Editorial note xx. 15
Ancient Story of Land of Papua. Rev. W. Gill's Papers xx. 122
Aniwan Folk Lore. Rev. W. Gray iii. 162
An Umu-ti at Atiu Island (Fire-walking). J. T. Large xx. 1
Aotea Canoe, The. H. Tautahi ix. 200
Arai-te-tonga: Ancient Rarotongan Marae. S. P. Smith xii. 218
Ara nui o Toi, Te. Editoral note iii. 110
Arrival of Fire at Papua. Papers of Rev. W. Gill xx. 123
Aryan and Polynesian Points of Contact. S. P. Smith Vol. xix., p. 84; also xx. 37, 170
Asiatic Gods in the Pacific. E. Tregear ii. 129
Asiatic Relationship of Oceanic Languages. Rev. D Macdonald xiii. 197
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Asiatic Origin of Oceanic Personal Pronouns. Rev. D. Macdonald i. 254
Asiatic Origin of the Oceanic Numerals. Rev. D. Macdonald ii. 88
Attempt to Capture Rurutu Island. Tiaara xx. 138
Atua and Hinga-mai-rangi. H. Parata xx. 94
Atua-hae-roa at Poverty Bay. F. W. Chatterton xv. 220
Atua Maori. Rev. T. G. Hammond viii. 89
Aute, The (note). T. White vii. 117
Big Ears, The. J. Rutland vi. 213
Bird Hunters of Ancient Hawaii (note) iv. 71
Birds of Rarotonga (note). J. J. K. Hutchin vii. 247
Birth of New Lands, The. Miss T. Henry iii. 136
Bow found in New Zealand (note). E. Tregear i. 128
Breadfruit Tree in Maori Tradition. J. Cowan xix. 94
Breaking Elbow Joints (note). A. K. Newman xvi. 61
Cannibalism in Tanna (New Hebrides). Rev. W. Watt iv. 226
Canoe Making in Olden Times. N. J. Tone xi. 124
Canoe Making in Olden Times (note). T. N. Broderick xi. 192
Canoe Making in Olden Times (note). W. H. Skinner xi. 192
Canoe of Maui, The. J. Cowan xiv. 161
Captive's Escape, The. R. E. M. Campbell iii. 141
Capture of the Rewarewa Pa. W. H. Skinner ii. 179
Cave Dwellings at Te Pehu. J. Cowan xvii. 222
Cave Dwellings at Te Pehu. Editorial note xviii. 44
Coconut (The) and the Peopling of the Pacific. Ed. note xx. 60
Coming of Goodenough's Ship to Rarotonga in 1820. Maretu xx. 189
Coming of Matatua, Kura-hau-po, &c., from Hawaiki. T. Tarakawa iii. 59
Coming of Tainui. J. Cowan xiv. 97
Coming of Te Arawa and Tainui Canoes. T. Tarakawa ii. 220
Common Origin of Oceanic Languages, The. S. H. Ray v. 58
Concerning Whare-kura: Its teachings, &c. Hare Hongi vii. 35
Contest between Fire and Water. Hare Hongi iii. 155
Creation Song of Hawaii, The. E. Tregear ix. 38
Cremation among the Maoris (note). R. E. M. Campbell iii. 52, 134
Cross in Polynesia (note). R. M. Laing ix. 63
Cultivation of the Kumara (note). E. W. Alexander ii. 193
‘Dagh-Register, Casteel Batavia.’ Editorial note x. 169
Deeds of Ako, the Persistent. Papers of Rev. W. W. Gill xx. 210
Did Maoris permanently occupy Lake Wanaka (note) H. D. Skinner xix. 224
Did the Maori Know of Rice (note). S. P. Smith xx. 110
Did the Maori Know the Moa? J. Rutland ii. 156
Did the Maori possess the Yam (note). E. W. Alexander viii. 269
Doings of Te Wera and Nga-Puhi on East Coast. T. Tarakawa Vol. viii., pp. 179, 235; also ix. 47, 65, 135
Dumont D'Urville's Visit to New Zealand in 1827 (note) v. 69
Early Samoan Voyages, &c. Rev. J. B. Stair iv. 99
Easter and Rapa Islands. S. P. Smith xix. 171
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Easter Island (note). J. Fraser vi. 93
Easter Island. E. Tregear i. 93
Easter Island (note). Editorial note vi. 93
Easter Island Notes (note). Editorial note xx. 101
Easter Island Inscriptions. Dr. A. Carroll i. 103, 233
Easter Island Inscriptions (note). Dr. A. Carroll vi. 91
Enua-mana, The Land of Birds. Editorial note xx. 159
Explanation of Certain Maori Customs. H. P. Tunui-a-rangi xv. 129
Extinct Forests of Canterbury Plains (note). W. W. Smith x. 203
Extracts from Diary of Dr. Samwell. J. E. Partington viii. 250
Extracts from Rev. W. W. Gill's Papers xx. 116 118 to 219
Faleula Library. Editorial note xviii. 218
Fall of Maunga-a-kahia Pa. T. W. Rimini i. 147
Fall of Maunga-a-kahia Pa. Editorial note x. 203
Fanning Island. Editorial note Vol. xv., 125: also xx. 225
Female Hermit of the South Pacific, A. W. W. Gill xx. 127
Fijian Legend of Origin of Fire Ceremony. F. A. Jackson iii. 72
Fire Ceremonies in Thibet. Editorial note iv. 155
Fire Walking Ceremony, The (note). N. J. Tone ii. 193
Fire Walking Ceremony. Editorial note xii. 191
Fire-walking in Fiji, &c. F. A. Jackson viii. 188
First Inhabitants of Aitutaki. J. Pakoti iv. 59
First Inhabitants of the Ellice Group. S. P. Smith vi. 209
Flint Implements (note). W. W. Smith vi. 93
Folk Songs and Myths from Samoa. J. Fraser Vol. vi., 19, 67, 107; Vol. vii., 15; also ix. 125
Formative Suffixes of Oceanic Languages, &c. Rev. D. Macdonald x. 57
Fornanders' “Polynesian Race.” Editorial note xviii. 97
Four Aniwan Songs. Rev. W. Gray iii. 93
Funafute Atoll. Ellice Group. Ed. note Vol. vi., 37, 93 vii. 50
Futuna or Horne Island. S. P. Smith i. 33
Genealogies and Historical Notes from Rarotonga H. Nicholas i. 20, 65
Genealogies and Historical Notes from Rarotonga. Te Aia ii. 271
Genealogy of Te Mamaru Family of Moeraki. S. P. Smith iii. 9
Genealogy of the Pomare Family of Tahiti. Miss Henry ii. 26
Goodenough Island, New Guinea. W. Monckton vi. 88
Governor King's Visit to New Zealand, 1793. F. R. Chapman vii. 42
Greenstone as a Fish (note). E. Tregear xiii. 193
Greenstone or Jade at Niue. Editorial note xi. 263
Haerenga mai o Kupe i Hawaiki, Te. Te Whetu ii. 147
Hale o Keawe at Honaunau, Hawaii, The iii. 159
Hana (Te) and Hou-pipito. H. P. Raukatauri xx. 86
Haraiti (note). E. Tregear viii. 198
Hawaiian Beliefs regarding Spirits. Editorial note xi. 44
Hawaiian Folk Tales. Editorial note xvi. 105
Hawaiian Isles known to Spanish. Editorial note i. 126
Hawaiian Moa-nui, The (note). H. C. Carter vi. 94
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Hawaiian Temples. Editorial note Vol. xvi., p. 61; also xvii. 108
Hawaiki (note). J. Cowan xiv. 47
Hawaiki (note). C. M. Hyde viii. 135
Hawaiki: The Whence of the Maori. S. P. Smith Vol. vii. p. 137; also viii. 1
History and Traditions of Rarotonga. Te Ariki-tara-are viii. 61, 171
History and Traditions of the Taranaki Coast. S. P. Smith Vol. xvi., pp. 120, 175; Vol. xvii., pp. 1, 51, 111, 169; Vol xviii., pp. 1, 47, 101, 151; also xix. 1, 47, 101
History of Horehore Pa. T. Tuhua xv. 61
History of Mauke Island. Papers of Rev. W. Gill xx. 134
Hokianga Incident, A. A. C. Yarborough xviii. 94
Honorific Terms used in the Middle Island (note). J. Cowan xiv. 46
Hunakeha Tree, The. W. T. Morpeth xiv. 216
Ihorei (note). E. Best xviii. 154
Index to Islands of Pacific. Editorial note x. 55
Iri Karakia, The. H. P. Tunui-a-rangi xiv. 100
Islands and Place Names. Editorial note i. 127
Jade in Polynesia (note). S. P. Smith i. 128
Jade in the Pacific (note). F. A. Jackson i. 273
Jadeite Axe ‘Pae-whenua’ (note). W. H. Skinner xvi. 226
Jottings on the Mythology, &c., of Old Samoa. Rev. J. B. Stair v. 33
Kaheru, The (Native spade). W. H. Skinner xvi. 99
Kaipuke, The word (note). Louis Becke iv. 155
Kakahi-makatea Pa. Tunui-a-rangi xiii. 126
Kame-tara and his Ogre Wife. Te Whetu vi. 97
Karaka Tree, The (note). A. Hamilton xii. 245
Karaka Tree, The (note). T. White vii. 115
Kete tuauri (note). E. Tregear xvi. 106
Kiore Maori, The. E. Best vii. 47
Kiwa the Navigator. E. Tregear vii. 111
Koruru, the Maori Game of Knuckle Bones. F. R. Chapman vii. 114
Kotaha, or Sling Spear, The (note). Editorial note xii. 245
Kowhia-ngutu-kaka. T. White vii. 116
Kumara and Banana, Names for (note). C. Murray i. 190
Kumara, Perei and Taewa, The. Rev. T. G. Hammond iii. 237
Kurahaupo Canoe, The. Te K. Kararehe ii. 186
Kura-tawhiti, The. Hare Hongi ii. 123
Lament, A. W. T. Morpeth xi. 121
Lament of Te Rangi-mauri for Tonga-awhikau. H. Hongi and Te Whetu v. 112
Lament for Tupoki, A. D. F. G. Barclay ii. 51
Land of Our Origin, The. B. Thompson i. 143
Language of Makura, New Hebrides, The. E. Tregear v. 187
Last of the Ngati-Mamoe. J. Cowan xiv. 193
Leina-kauhane in Hawaii (note). J. E. Emerson xi. 192
Legend of Coming of Nareau from Samoa to Tarawa, &c. Rev. J. E. Newell iv. 231
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Legend of Honoura, The. Miss T. Henry iv. 256
Legend of Parahia, The. W. H. Skinner vi. 156
Legend of Tama-ahua, The. F. Martin x. 166
Legend of Ti-ya-tinity. T. Pine vi. 169
Les Polynesiens Orienteaux (Review). A. C. E. Caillot xx. 152
Letter Changes in Dialects of Ponape and Kusaie. F. W. Christian vii. 64
Le ua Niua Islands. Editorial note xviii. 154, 216
Life of Te Rau-paraha. Editorial note xv. 125
Liue Islanders, The. Tutuila i. 263
Location of Bulutu or Pulotu. D. A. Carroll iv. 153
Lore of the Whare-kohanga. E. Best. Vol. xiv., p. 205; Vol. xv., pp. 1, 147, 183; also xvi. 1
Māhu and Taewa. Tarakawa and P. Ropiha viii. 122
Making and Unmaking of Man. E. Tregear xii. 182
Malayo-Polynesian Theory, The. J. Fraser. Vol. iv., 241; Vol. v., 92; also vii. 1
Maloyo-Polynesian Theory, The (note). J. Fraser v. 192
Malayo-Polynesian Theory, The (Comments on Dr. Fraser's Paper). S. E. Peal v. 101
Manaia. E. Tregear xi. 76
Mana Tangata W. E. Gudgeon xiv. 49
Man in the Moon, The (note). S. P. Smith v. 240
Man in the Moon, The. Editorial note xi. 123
Mantawi Vocabulary. Editorial note i. 126
Manu Aute, Te. H. Pio x. 191
Maoli or Maori (note). C. J. Lyons v. 71
Maori and Bugis Songs (note). E. Tregear i. 129
Maori and Egyptian Tattooing. Editorial note xiii. 104
Maori and Hawaiian Kindred. E. Tregear iv. 202
Maori and Moa Remains (note). W. W. Smith xiii. 193
Maori and the Moa, The. E. Best v. 120
Maori and the Moa, The. Editorial note xx. 54
Maori Antiquities Act. Editorial note xi. 42
Maori Art. Editorial note vi. 95
Maori Bird Names. Rev. H. Williams xv. 193
Maori Burial (note). R. E. M. Campbell vii. 50
Maori Ceremonial Comb. S. P. Smith xii. 243
Maori Cosmogony, A. Hare Hongi xvi. 109
Maori Deities. W. E. Gudgeon i. 30
Maori Generation, A. W. E. Gudgeon ii. 112
Maori God Ha, The (note). S. P. Smith xvii. 229
Maori Incantations. Tuta Tamati ii. 103
Maori Knowledge of the Bow (note). J. Rutland i. 274
Maori Matter at the Cape of Good Hope. Rev. H. Williams xv. 175 xv. 175
Maori Medical Lore E. Best Vol. xiii., p. 213; also xiv. 1
Maori Migrations to New Zealand. W. E. Gudgeon Vol. i., p. 212; also iii. 46
Maori Names of Lakes. Editorial note xiv. 163
Maori Numeration. E. Best xvi. 94
Maori People, The. W. E. Gudgeon xiii. 177
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Maori Place Names (note). E. Best iii. 52
Maori Place Name Origins (note). W. E. Gudgeon iii. 177
Maori Polity of the Island of Rarotonga, The. F. J. Moss iii. 21
Maori Relics (note). J. Rutland iv. 295
Maori Religion. W. E. Gudgeon xiv. 107
Maori Star Names. E. Best xix. 97
Maori Star Names. G. H. Davies xx. 11
Maori Superstitions. W. E. Gudgeon xiv. 167
Maori Tangata. Hoani Nahe iii. 27
Maori Teka, or footrest for spade. Editorial note xv. 94
Maori The word. Rev. E. V. Cooper v. 128  
Maori Tide Lore. Editorial note ii. 281
Maori Tradition as to the Kumara. W. E. Gudgeon ii. 99
Maori Traditions from D'Urville Island. Archdeacon Grace x. 65
Maori Traditions in Melanesia. Editorial note iii. 176
Maori Tribes of East Coast of New Zealand, The. W. E. Gudgeon. Vol. iii., p. 208; Vol. iv., pp. 17, 177; Vol. v., p. 1; also vi. 177
Maori Wars. W. E. Gudgeon xvi. 13
Maori Whare, The. Rev. H. Williams v. 145
Mapia Islands, The. E. Tregear x. 50
Marakihau. Editorial note x. 55
Maui and Hine-nui-te-Po. Editorial note xvi. 227
‘Maui, the demi-god’ (Review) xx. 34
Mauri of Fish, The. Editorial note x. 206
Maya and Malay. C. Thomas vii. 89
Meaning of the word Ariki. H. T. Whatahoro xviii. 90
Migration of Kahuhunu. P. Te Whare-auahi xiv. 67
Migration to Uea or Wallis Island (note). J. B. Thurston i. 274
Moa, The (note). G. H. Davies XIX. 223
Moa, The name (note). G. H. Davies xvi. 106
More about Fire Walking. Miss T. Henry x. 53
More on the Ari'i of Tahiti. Miss T. Henry xx. 5
Moriori People of the Chatham Isles. A. Shand Vol. iii., pp. 76, 121, 187; Vol. iv., pp. 33, 89, 160, 209; Vol. v., pp. 13, 73, 131, 195; Vol. vi., pp. 11, 145, 161; also vii. 73
Moriori People of Chatham Isles (Chap. 15). Editor xix. 206
Most Important Principles of Samoan Family Law Dr. E. Schultz xx. 43
Mysterious Stones (note). A. Hamilton xii. 245
Names and Movements of the Heavenly Bodies. Rev. J. B. Stair vii. 48
Names of Kumara. Archdeacon W. L. Williams iii. 144
Names of the Paumotu Islands. J. L. Young viii. 264
Name Unga for Slave, The. Rev. W. W. Gill xx. 128
Narrative of the Battle of Omihi. Ema Turumeke iii. 107
Native Place Names. Editorial note x. 55
New Human Race, A. Editorial note xx. 224
New Maori Dictionary. Rev. H. Williams xii. 187
New Maori Dictionary. Editorial note xiii. 130
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New Zealand Origin of Manihikians, &c., (note). W. E. Gudgeon xiii. 265
Ngati-Awa in the North. A. C. Yarborough xv. 221
Ngati-Hau of Whanga-nui (note). W. E. Gudgeon xiv. 219
Ngutu-au. G. Graham xiv. 159
Niue Island and its People. S. P. Smith. Vol. xi., pp. 80, 163, 195; also xii. 1, 85
Niue or Savage Island. E. Tregear ii. 11
Niue or Savage Island. W. H. S. x. 168
Notes from the Caroline Islands. F. W. Christian vi. 187
Notes on a Paper by T. W. Rimini, “On the Fall of Pukehina, &c.” W. E. Gudgeon ii. 109
Notes on A. S. Atkinson's Paper, “What is a Tangata Maori.” H. Paora ii. 116
Notes on Maori Mythology. E. Best viii. 93
Notes on ‘Maya and Malay.’ E. Tregear vii. 101
Notes on Tarakawa's Paper, ‘The Coming of Te Arawa, &c.’ Hare Hongi iii. 37
Notes on Tarakawa's Paper, ‘The Coming of Matatua, &c.’ Tutakangahau vii. 30
Notes on the Art of War. E. Best. Vol. xi., pp. 11, 47, 127, 219; Vol. xii., pp. 32, 65, 145, 193; also xiii. 1, 73
Notes on the Customs of Rahui. E. Best xiii. 83
Notes on the Dialect of Niue Island. S. P. Smith x. 178
Notes on the Genealogy of the Pomare Family of Tahiti S. P. Smith ii. 25
Notes on the Kabadi Dialect of New Guinea. Ed. by Rev. J. E. Newell vi. 201
Notes on the Marquesas. F. W. Christian iv. 187
Notes on the Palolo. B. Friedlaender vii. 44
Notes on the Rev. H. Williams' Paper, ‘The Maori Whare’ A. T. Ngata vi. 85
Notes on the Rev. J. B. Stairs' Paper, ‘Early Samoan Voyages, &c.’ Rev. J. E. Newell iv. 238
Notice of Brigham's ‘Hawaiian Stone Implements.’ A. H. xi. 257
Nukumaitore (note). W. E. Gudgeon xiii. 265
Nukuoro Vocabulary. F. W. Christian VII. 224
Occupation of Chatham Isles by Maoris in 1835. A. Shand Vol. i., pp. 83, 153, 202; also ii. 74
Occupation of Wai-rarapa by Ngati-Kahungunu. S. P. Smith xiii. 152
Occurence of Moa Bones in Forests (note). W. W. Smith xix. 222
Old Marlborough. Editorial note x. 104
O Le Tala ia Taema ma Na-Fanua. Rev. S. Ella vi. 152
Omens and Superstitious Beliefs of the Maori. Best, E. vii. 119, 233
On a Paper by A. S. Atkinson, ‘What is a Tangata Maori.’ Rev. W. L. Williams ii. 63
On Ari'is in Tahiti. T. Salmon xix. 39
On Ariki and Tohunga. Hare Hongi xviii. 84
On Codrington's ‘Melanesians.’ C. Murray i. 137
On Matakite. W. E. Gudgeon xviii. 142
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On Some Ancient Stone Implements, Pelorus District J. Rutland v. 109
On ‘The Coming of Te Arawa, Tainui, &c.’ T. Tarakawa iii. 168, 199
On the Distribution, &c., of Plant Names, &c., in Polynesia F. W. Christian vi. 123
On the habitat of the Karaka tree, and Pukeko bird (note). S. P. Smith ii. 126
On the Survival of Ancient Customs in Oceanica. J. Rutland xiii. 99
On the Use of Birds in Navigation. T. White xvi. 92
On the Whatu-kura. T. W. Downes xix. 218
On the word Moa (note). T. White xiv. 102 xiv. 102
On the word Moa (note). J. Cowan xiv. 164
On the word Piopio (note). T. White Vol. iv. p. 207; also v. 70
Origin of Heraldic Marks of Aitutaki. W. E. Gudgeon xiv. 217
Origin of Tattooing Editorial note xx. 167
Origin of the Canterbury Rock Drawings (note). W. W. Smith vi. 158
Origin of the name Rurutu xx. 215
Origin of the Name of Tonga Island. Josiah Martin xx. 165
Origin of the name Samoa (note). Rev. W. W. Gill iv. 155
Origin of the Name of Tahiti. J. L. Young vii. 109
Origin of the Names of Rarotongan Ariki. Editorial note xviii. 217
Origin of the Tribal Name of Ngati-Kuri, of Whangape C. F. Maxwell iv. 183
Origin of the word Kaipuka (note). N. J. Tone iv. 71
Origin of the word Kanaka. Editorial note xviii. 216
Origin of the words Pakeha and Kaipuke. Hoani Nahe iii. 233
Our Summer Migrants. J. Rutland i. 131
Pai-marire word Hau (note). E Tregear xiii. 194
Palolo, an Edible Sea Worm. Rev. J. B. Stair vi. 141
Paoa. W. E. Gudgeon I. 76
Papers of Rev. W. W. Gill xx. 118 on
Pari-nui-te-ra. Editorial note xx. 224
Patunga o Ngarara-huarau, Te. Te Whetu ii. 211
Patunga o Te Kai-whakaruaki, Te. Te Whetu iii. 16
Paumotuan Dictionary, A. E. Tregear. Vol. ii., p. 195, Vol. iii., pp. 1, 51, 113, 179; also iv. 1, 73, 157
Paumotuan Islands, The. E. Tregeara ii. 194
Paumotuan Version of Story of Rata. Te Aipitaroi xix. 176
Paumotuan Version of Tafa'i, The. Te Aipitaroi xx. 172
Pentalpha, The. Editorial note xv. 125
Peopling of the North—Sup. to Vol. vi., 108 pp. S. P. Smith Period of Rata, The. Editorial note Vol. xix., 195; also xx. 155, 224
Phallic Emblems from Atiu Island. W. E. Gudgeon xiii. 210
Physical Endurance. E. Tregear ii. 71 ii. 71
Place Name Origins (note). T. G. Hammond ii. 192
Place Name Origins (note). R. E. M. Campbell ii. 280
Place of Departed Spirits. Editorial note xii. 131
Plants of New Zealand. Editorial note xv. 126
Poe, a name for the Tui (note) E. Best xix. 223
Poe as a name for the Tui (note). E. Tregear xiii. 194
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Polynesian and Aryan Points of Contact (See Aryan) S. P. Smith xx. 37
Polynesian Bow, The. E. Tregear i. 56
Polynesian Bow, The (note). C. Murray i. 190
Polynesian Canoe, The. Editorial note i. 190
Polynesian Canoe (note). N. B. Emerson i. 191
Polynesian Causatives. E. Tregear i. 53
Polynesian Fire Ceremony, The (note). R. C. Harding viii. 269
Polynesian in South America. Editorial note xi. 44
Polynesian Migrations. Editorial note i. 128
Polynesian Navigation (note). R. M. Hamilton ii. 280
Polynesian Numerals. D. Fraser Vol. x., 171; also XI. 1, 107
Polynesian Occupation of Norfolk Island. Editorial note v. 241
Polynesian Origins. E. Tregear xiii. 105, 133
Polynesian Sojourn in Fiji S. P. Smith iii. 145
Population of the Hawaiian Islands. A. Marques ii. 253
Possible Origin of Lizard in Maori Carving (note) xix. 225
Possible Origin of Lizard in Maori Carving. W. H. Skinner xix. 225
Pouakai (note). T. White vi. 94
Pou tu maro te ra (note). T. White vi. 38
Prehistoric Civilisation in the Philippines. E. Best I. 118, 195
Principles of Samoan Word Composition. W. Churchill xiv. 24
Pua Game of Atiu, The (note). S. P. Smith x. 206
Pua Game of Atiu, The. J. S. Emerson xi. 191
Pua Game of Atiu, The. Editorial note xi. 191
Pukatea Tree, The (note). T. White vii. 115
Pump Drill, The (note) E. Best xix. 224
Pump Drill, The (note). H. O. Berger xx. 101
Puna Kahawai i Motu, Te. T. W. Rimini. x. 183
Quipus, knotted Cord Mnemonic Aids. Editorial note i. 127
Races of the Philippines. E. Best I. 7
Rahui, Custom of. T. White i. 275
Raiatea and Rangiatea. S. P. Smith ii. 127
Rakataura. J. Cowan xiv. 220
Rapati Visits England in the 18th Century (note). E. Tregear ii. 262
Rarotongan Version of Story of Rata. S. Savage xix. 142
Records of Rututu Island xx. 136
Reed throwing (note). Rev. W. W. Gill v. 191
Rehu-o-tainui, Te. E. Best VI. 41
Reinga, The—Maori Spirit World (note). S. P. Smith v. 240
Relationship of Malayan Languages. T. L. Stevens ii. 152
Remarks on the Legend of Honoura. Rev. W. W. Gill v. 125
Reply to A. S. Atkinson's paper ‘What is a Tangata Maori?’ Tuta Tamati. ii. 60
Rongo-ma-Tane (note). E. Tregear xvii. 108
Rongo-ma-Tane (note). Hare Hongi. xvii. 166
Root Reducibility in Polynesian. W. Churchill xv. 95
Rotuma and its People. Editorial note ii. 280
Rua-tapu. J. T. Large xv. 209
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Rua-tapu, son of Uenuku. Hare Hongi. xix. 89
Ruins in Guam (note). F. W. Goding xviii. 97
Samoan Cap, The (note). Rev. S. Ella v. 190
Samoan Myth of Creation. Editorial note i. 273
Samoan Notes (note). F. W. Christian ii. 281
Samoan Phonetics in their Broader Relation. W. Churchill xvii. 79, 149, 209
Samoan Story of Creation. Dr. J. Fraser i. 164
Samoan Taumua-lua (note). Rev. S. Ella vii. 247
Samoan Version of the Story of Apakura. Dr. E. Schultz xviii. 139
Samoa: Whence Peopled? Rev. J. B. Stair iv. 47
Sculpture on Stones, New Caledonia. Editorial note xx. 162
Settlements of Tahitians and Samoans on Mangareva Rev. S. Ella v. 237
Short Traditions of the South Island of New Zealand. H. T. x. 72
Sketch of the History of the Ngati-Tama Tribes W. E. Gudgeon ii. 157
Slaying of Moko-nui, The. Te Aro iii. 165
Some Folk Songs and Myths from Samoa. J. Fraser v. 171
Some Middle Island Place Names (note). J. Cowan xiv. 46
Some Middle Island Place Names (note). S. P. Smith xiv. 163
Some Paumotu Chants. S. P. Smith xii. 221
Some Recollections of New Guinea Customs. W. Monckton v. 184
Some Whanga-nui Historical Notes. S. P. Smith xiv. 131
Song from Mangaia, A. Rev. W. W. Gill xx. 129
Song of Aniwa, New Hebrides, A. Maoi Sore iii. 41
Song of Kualii of Hawaii. C. J. Lyons ii. 160
Song of Kualii (note). C. J. Lyons v. 70
Song of Savage Island, A. E. Tregear ix. 235
Specimens of Ancient Tahitian Poetry. W. D. Alexander ii. 55
Spiritual Concepts of the Maori. E. Best Vol. ix., p. 173 x. 1
Spurious Stone Implements. W. W. Smith vii. 244
Stone Axes of Manahiki Island (note). S. P. Smith xi. 262
Stone Idols from Necker Island. Editorial note iii. 153
Stone Implements from Chatham Isles. S. P. Smith i. 81
Story of Hape. Tamarau viii. 49
Story of Hine-popo, The. E. W. Pakauwera iii. 98
Story of Kataore, The. T. Tarakawa xviii. 205
Story of Mahinga. T. Whakatara xx. 78
Story of Meke and Hau-paewhenua. H. P. Raukatauri. xx. 107
Story of Ngarara-huarau. H. P. Tunui-a-rangi. xiv. 200
Story of Rongo, The. M. Te Aranui. xx. 103
Story of the Takitimu Canoe. J. Cowan Vol. xiv., p. 220, xvii. 93
Story of Taoho. The. Pewa xx. 111
Story of Tarawhata, The. T. Tarakawa xx. 185
Story of Te Rapuwai and Kahui-tipua. Lister and White xx. 12
Story of the Visit of Tongaiti to Rarotonga. Manuiri (A. W. Browne, Translator) v. 142
Story of Wairangi, The. Te Rangihiroa xix. 197
Story of Whaki-tapui and Tu-taia-roa. Tuwhawhakia v. 155
Strength of Hokianga Hapus (circa 1810). A. C. Yarborough xviii. 96
Sun Worship in New Zealand (note). E. Tregear ix. 63
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Supposed Early Mention of New Zealand. G. Collingridge v. 123
Supposed Early Mention of New Zealand in a 12th Century work (note). A. Hamilton iv. 206
Supposed Samoan Cap (note). F. W. Hutton v. 69
Supposed Samoan Cap. Rev. W. W. Gill v. 128
Supposed Samoan Cap (note). T. W. Leggatt v. 190
Tahitian Astronomy. Miss T. Henry xvi. 101
Tahitian Folk Lore. Miss T. Henry x. 51
Tahitian Hymn of Creation. S. P. Smith i. 31
Taiaha whai mana (note). J. Cowan XIV. 219
Tai hauauru, Te. Rev. T. G. Hammond x. 194
Tama-ahua. Hare Hongi. v. 233
Tangata Whenua, The. W. E. Gudgeon ii. 203
Tangi a Te Rangi-mauri mo Tonga-awhikau. Te Whetu v. 112
Tapuika (note). R. E. M. Campbell v. 70
Taringa (ear), Customs, etc., Pertaining thereto (note) E. Tregear ii. 125
Taro, The. Rev. T. G. Hammond iii. 105
Tatau o te Po, Te. W. Te K. Kararehe vii. 55
‘Tawhito’ in Polynesian Myth. Editorial note iii. 177
Tipua-kura, &c. W. E. Gudgeon xv. 27
Ti tawhiti (note). T. White vii. 116
Toa Taua, or Warrior. W. E. Gudgeon xiii. 238
Toa Tree, The (note). T. White xi. 123
Tohunga Maori, The. W. E. Gudgeon xvi. 63
Tohunga Maori, The. T. G. Hammond xvii. 163
Totara Tree, The (note). F. W. Christian xvi. 226
Traces of Ancient Human Occupation in the Pelorus District J. Rutland iii. 220
Traces of Ancient Human Occupation in the Pelorous District (note). R. E. M. Campbell v. 70
Traditions, &c., of Danger or Pukapuka Island. J. J. K. Hutchin xiii. 173
Traditions of Tasman's Visit (note). S. P. Smith x. 104
Tree-felling with the Stone Axe (note). E. Best xii. 131
Tree Fort at Whakahoro. E. Best II. 87
Triangular Teeth amongst the Maoris. F. E. Clarke ix. 121
Tuanaki, the Lost Island. Maretu xx. 144
Tuatara and Kumukumu. T. Tarakawa xx. 39
Tuatua Tupuna no Rarotonga, E. Kiva and Putua-ariki. vi. 2
Tuhua Island at Hawaiki. Editorial note xx. 224
Tupa, The word (note). Hare Hongi. xvii. 167
Tupa, The word (note). E. Best xviii. 98
Tutae-poroporo. W. Kauika xiii. 89
Tu-whakairi-ora. Mohi Turei. xx. 17
Tuwhare—Rauparaha Expedition (note). S. P. Smith xviii. 154
Uea, or Halgan Island (note). S. P. Smith i. 127
Uea, or Wallis Island and its People. S. P. Smith i. 106
Uhi Maori. Tattooing Instruments. E. Best xiii. 166
Ui-ara-kakano (note). T. White x. 205
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Umu-ti (Te), A Raiatean Ceremony. Miss Henry ii. 105
Umu-ti, Te (Fire-walking Ceremony). W. E. Gudgeon viii. 58
Unwritten Literature of Hawaii. N. B. Emerson xix. 137
Varieties of Breadfruit, New Hebrides. Rev. C. Murray iii. 36
Vigesimal System of Enumeration, The. C. Thomas x. 101
Vigesimal System of Enumeration (note). W. D. Alexander x. 203
Vigesimal System of Enumeration. J. T. Large xi. 260
Vocabulary of Niue or Savage Island. H. Williams ii. 17, 65
Voyage of Arekea from Uea Island. Itio xx. 219
Voyage of Uenga to several Islands. Toarua xx. 139
Voyages of Peruvians (note). J. B. Thurston i. 274
Voyages of Te Erui, etc., to Western Islands. Rupe xx. 147
Waiata Whangai Ariki, He. Hare Hongi. ii. 119
Wallis, the Discoverer of Tahiti. Miss T. Henry xiii. 122
War of Tonga and Samoa, &c., The. Rev. S. Ella viii. 231
Wars of Ngai-Tahu with Ngati-Toa. T. W Te Kahu x. 94
Wars of Northern against Southern Tribes. S. P. Smith Vol. viii., pp. 141, 201; Vol. ix., pp. 1, 85, 145; Vol. x., pp. 21, 78; also xiii. 20
War Song of the Oropaa Clan of Tahiti. S. P. Smith vi. 211
Waru, the Eighth Month (note). E. Tregear xiii. 194
Whakamomori. W. E. Gudgeon xv. 163
Whanga-nui-a-Tara, Te. E. Best x. 107
What is a Tangata Maori? A. S. Atkinson i. 133
Whence of the Maori, The. W. E. Gudgeon Vol. xi., pp. 179, 247; also xii. 51, 120, 166
Whiro and Toi. Hare Hongi. xx. 63
Who Discovered Tahiti? G. Collingridge xii. 184
Word about Cannibalism at Rarotonga, A. Maretu xx. 196
Work of the Old Stone Axe (note). W. C. Kensington viii. 135, 197
Work of the Old Stone Axe (note). C. W. Adams viii. 197
Worm Eating Among Maoris (note). J. Rutland iv. 207