Volume 25 1916 > Index to Vol. XXV, p 179-182
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INDEX TO VOL. XXV.
  • Akimano, the Mother of Iro-nui-ma-oata, Rarotonga, 143
  • Annual Meeting of the Society, i
  • Annual Report of the Council, i
  • Auckland Islands, Maori occupation of, 98
  • Balance Sheet for the year ending 31st Dec., 1915, iii
  • BEATTIE, H. Traditions and Legends of Maoris of Southland, N.Z., 9, 53, 89
  • BEST, Elsdon. “Maori Concept of the Spirit World.” A protest. 174
  • Books, etc., received by the Society during 1915, xi
  • Burial Customs in Cook Islands. Quotation from Dr. Wyatt Gill, 172
  • Canoe. The double canoe of Southern New Zealand, 60
  • CHRISTIAN, F. W. “Asiatic Origin of the Word Moa,” 126
  • CHURCHILL, W. Note on Polynesian Ethnology of Pennsylvania University, 37
  • DOWNES, T. W. History of Ngati-kahu-ngunu Tribe, 1, 33, 77
  • DOWNES, T. W. Manu-Teko. A curious observance, 173
  • Exchanges, List of, ix
  • Fiords, South Island of N.Z. Native inhabitants of the, 92
  • FLETCHER, REV. H. J. Index to Maori proper names, 125
  • FLETCHER, REV. H. J. “Kuranui,” a name for the Moa, 31
  • FLETCHER, REV. H. J. Ngati-Tuwharetoa occupation of Taupo District (translation), 104, 150
  • Genealogy of Iro-nui-ma-oata of Rarotonga, 142
  • Genealogy of Iro-nui-ma-oata and Tangiia-nui-ma-oata of Rarotonga, 143
  • Genealogy of Nuku-pewapewa of Ngati-Kahu-ngunu, 5
  • Genealogy of Taraia of Ngati-Kahu-ngunu, 84
  • Genealogy of Te Hihas, descendants of Taraia of Ngati-Kahu-ngunn, 8
  • GILL, Dr. WYATT. Burial Customs, Cook Islands (quotation), 172
  • HARR HONGI. “Kuranui,” a name for the Moa, 66
  • HARE HONGI. On Mummiflcation (Maori), 169
  • Haere-huka of Rotorua, N.Z. Origin of family name, 163
  • Haki-te-kura (f) of Ngati-mamoe tribe, N.Z. Story of, 9
  • HOETA TE HATA, THE REV. “Ngati-Tuharetoa occupation of Taupo-nui-a-tia,” 104, 150
  • Irihia, Ancient Polynesian name for the Fatherland, 75
  • Iro-nui-ma-oata and Tangiia-nui-Ariki. The period of. By Stephen Savage, Rarotongo, 138
  • Iro-nui-ma-oata. His birth and childhood and miracullous happenings, 146,
  • Kaitangata, Otago, N.Z. Origin of name, 63
  • Kati-mamoe (Ngati-mamoe). South Island, N.Z. Alleged extinction of, 95
  • Kotiu. Ancient Polynesians place and wind name, 126
  • Kuranui, a name of the Moa. Hare Hongi, 66
  • Kuranui, a name for the Moa. Fletcher, Rev. H. J. 3
  • LAING, ROBT. M. Myths, etc., from New Hebrides, 24
  • Lament or tangi for Te Mome, killed at Te-Roto-a-Tara, Te Aute, Hawkes Bay, 36
  • LEVERD, A. “Polynesians in Solomon and New Hebrides Islands (Note of), 128
  • MAHONY, B. G. “A Tongan tradition,” 68
  • Manu-Teko. A curious observance. By T. W. Downes, 173
  • Maori or Muruiwi (Tangata-whenua). Editor. (Note), 176
  • Maori Concept of the Spirit World. A protest. By Elsdon Best, 174
  • Maori proper names. Index to. By Rev. H. J. Fletcher, 125
  • Maori voyages and their vessels (Note on), 177
  • Maunga-raki Pa of Wairarapa, New Zealand. Its capture, 6
  • Measles. Disastrous outbreak amongst Maoris, 96
  • Members of the Society. List of, iv
  • Moa. Asiatic origin of the word. By F. W. Christian, 126
  • Moa. New light on the period of its extinction (Note), 177
  • Moe-tara-uri, Ariki of Vavau and father of Iro-nui-ma-oata, 143
  • Moe-tara-uri, voyages from Vavau to 'Upolu (Samoa) on amorous visit to Akimano, wife of Pou-Ariki, 143
  • Mortlock or Marqueen Islands (Solomons), 99
  • Mummiflcation. Geographical distribution of the practice of, by Prof. G. Elliot-Smith, F.R.S., Review of, 122
  • Mummies (Maori). By Edward Tregear, 167
  • Mummiflcation (Maori). By Hare Hongi, 169
  • Murihiku, or Southland, N.Z. Traditions and Legends of. By H. Beattie, 9, 53, 89
  • Myths and Folk Stories from Epi, New Hebrides. By Revs. T. E. Riddle and R. M. Laing, 24
  • Myths “The origin of counting”
  • Myths “The origin of tapu things”
  • Myths “The story of the taro pudding”
  • Myths “The Leriko and the fowls”
  • Myths “The Leriko child who stole food”
  • Myths “A-Supue na-Mali's escape from the Lerikos
  • Myths “The man on the banana tree and the Leriko
  • Myths “How the Teleriko ate up the taro pudding”
  • Myths “About the landslips at Nikaura, Epi, North Hebrides”
  • New Hebrides, Myths and Folk Stories from. By Revs. T. E. Riddle and Rob. M. Laing, 24
  • Ngati-Apa tribe of Taupo, N.Z., 150
  • Ngati-Kahu-ngunu tribe. History of, by W. T. Downes, 1, 33, 77
  • Ngati-Tuharetoa or Ngati-Tuwharetoa. H. Dunbar Johnson (Note), 176
  • Ngati-Tuharetoa. Occupation of Taupo District, N.Z., 104, 150
  • Ngatoroirangi, his ascent of Tongariro Mountain, N.Z., 105
  • Notes and Queries, 31, 75, 128, 176
  • Nuku-Pewapewa, a leader at Ngati-Kahu-ngunu tribe, his history and genealogy, 5, 88
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  • Obituary. Right Revd. Bishop W.L. Williams, 117
  • Omakukara, Taupo, N.Z. Battle of, 42
  • Oruhi Pa, near Castle Point, N.Z. Its seige and capture, 7
  • Pehi-katia Pa, Wairarapa, N.Z. Capture of, 78
  • Polynesian Ethnology of Pennsylvania University, 31
  • Polynesians in and near the Solomon Islands, 120
  • Polynesians in the Solomon and New Hebrides Islands (Note), 128
  • Polynesian Linguistics. By Sidney H. Ray, M.A., etc., 18, 44, 99
  • Proceedings of Society, 32, 75, 129, 178
  • Purakau-nui, Otago, N.Z. Origin of name, 17
  • Putatara Pa, Stewart Island, N.Z. Story of its capture, 10
  • Rai-kapua Pa. Upper Manawatu, H.B., destroyed 1810, 4
  • Raki-ura Island, Floveaux Strait, N.Z. Origin of its name, 12
  • Rarotonga (ko to) Are-korero teia no Iro-nui-ma-oata, 131
  • RAY, SIDNEY H. Polynesian Linguistics, 18, 44, 99
  • Reviews—Geographical distribution of practise of mummiflcation. By Prof. G. Elliot-Smith, F.R.S., 122
  • Reviews Legends of gods and ghosts (Hawaiian) By W. D. Westervelt, 72
  • Reviews Natural history of Hawaii. By W. A. Bryan, 71
  • Reviews Old Whanganui. By T. W. Downes, 73
  • RIDDLE, REV. T. E. Myths, etc., from New Hebrides, 24
  • SAVAGE, STEPHEN. “The period of Iro-nui-ma-oata and Tangiia-nui-ariki (Rarotonga) 138
  • SKINNER, H. D. Review on Geographical distribution of the practise of Mummiflcation by Prof. G. Elliot-Smith, 122
  • Solomon Islands, Polynesian Language of. By Sidney H. Ray, M.A., 18, 44
  • Tangiia-nui-Ariki (Rarotonga), The period of. By Stephen Savage, 138
  • Tasman Islands (north of Lord Howe Group), 100
  • Taua (of Rotorua). Lament for his wife, 165
  • Te Ahuru. Chief of Ngati-Apa tribe, Story of, 1
  • Teeth. Custom of artificially pointing amongst certain Maoris, 167
  • Te Pakake, Ahuriri (or Napier, N.Z.), Battle of, 39
  • Te Tarata Pa, Wairarapa, N.Z., Fall of, 77
  • Tongan tradition, A. By B. G. Mahony, 68
  • Tongariro Mountain. Tradition of how it became an active volcano, 107
  • TREGEAR, EDWARD. Maori mummies, 167
  • Waikari of Tuwharetoa, Taupo, N.Z. Story of, 160
  • Wai-Taramea (near Lake Wakatipu, N.Z.), The battle of, 13
  • Wairarapa district, returned to its original owners, 86
  • Wanaka Lake, Otago, N.Z. Warfare at, 11
  • War-dance (Maori), description of, by Elsdon Best, 156
  • Whare-pouri, Chief of Ngati-Awa, Taranaki, 81
  • Williams, Right Revd. Bishop W. Leonard. Obituary, 117
  • WOODFORD, CHAS. M., C.M.G. “Polynesians in Solomon Islands,” 120

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