Volume 26 1917 > Index to Vol. XXVI, p 193-194
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- 193 INDEX TO VOL. XXVI.
  • Arai-te-uru Canoe. The first to voyage from Hawaiki? to New Zealand, 75
  • Annual Meeting of the Society, i
  • Annual Report of the Council, i
  • Aotearoa. Name given to New Zealand by Kupe, its discoverer in 10th century, 146
  • Balance Sheet of Society for year ending 31st December, 1916, iv
  • Beattie, H. Traditions and Legends of Southland, N.Z., 75
  • Bellona Island (Melanesia). Some account of, 170
  • Best, Elsdon. Place Names of Islands of the Society Group, 111
  • Best, Elsdon. “Maori Storehouses,” Review of, 133
  • Best, Elsdon. “The land of Tara,” 143
  • Books, etc., received in Exchange by Society during 1916, xii
  • British Association Meeting, 1916, and Papers on Anthropology by H. D. Skinner, 31
  • Canoe, The. Its connection with Polynesian burial rites, 188
  • Chatham Islands discovered by Toi on voyage from Rarotonga to New Zealand, 151
  • Chatham Islands. Methods of disposal of the dead, 189
  • Exchanges. List of for 1916, x
  • Fire, discovery of by Maui. Polynesian Mith, 124
  • Fletcher, Rev. H. J. Translation of “The Ngati-Tuharetoa Occupation of Taupo, New Zealand,” 19, 66, 91, 180
  • Fletcher, Rev. H. J. Maori Mummies, 74
  • Fox, Rev. C. E. Notes on Taumako (Duff Group) Relationship Names, 190
  • Genealogical table. Tuharetoa of Taupo, 24
  • Genealogical table. Lines of descent of Taupo chiefs from Hoturoa, Tamatea, and Nga-toroirangi, 25
  • Genealogical table. Lines of descent of Taupo chiefs from Kahuhunu, Tahu, and Paku-moana, 26
  • Genealogical table (Rarotonga). Lines of descent from Iro-nui-ma-oata, 60
  • Genealogical table (Rarotonga). Lines of descent from Tangiia-nui, 61, 64
  • Genealogical table (Rarotonga). Lines of descent from Karika-Tara-Apeape-moa, 62
  • Genealogical table. Lines of descent from Marewa, father of Kupe the navigator, 145
  • Graham, George. Korotangi (stone bird). The legend of, 138
  • Greenstone discovered by Kupe at Arahura, New Zealand, 148
  • Haki-te-kura (of Ngai-Tahu). Lament for her death. 84.
  • Hawaiian Legends (Myths) of Volcanoes. Note by W. D. Westervelt, 87
  • Heretaunga or Hutt river, Wellington, N.Z. Origin of its name, 165
  • Hine-nui-te-po, Goddess of Hades, and the death of Maui the demi-god, 127
  • Hoeta Te Hata, Rev. “The Ngati-Tuharetoa occupation of Taupo,” 19, 66, 91, and 180
  • Infant demons, Maori and Egyptian. Note by Ed. Tregear, 87
  • Ira or Indra, the Eel God of India. Note by S. Percy Smith, 191
  • Irawaru, turned into a dog by his brother Maui. Story of, 124
  • Iro (Maori Whiro) voyages to many lands, including New Zealand, 58
  • Iro-nui (Whiro-nui), Period of. Note by Hari Hongi, 88
  • Iro-nui-ma-oata and Tangiia-nui-Ariki, of Rarotonga. The period of. By Stephen Savage, 10, 52
  • Korotangi (bird in stone), Legend of. By Geo. Graham, 138
  • Ko to Rarotonga are-korero teia uo Iro-nui-ma-oata, 1
  • Kupe (and Ngahue), the voyagers and their discovery of New Zealand, 143
  • Kurahaupo canoe arrives in New Zealand in command of Whatonga, 152
  • Lord Howe Island, or Ongtong-Java. Discovery and description of, 99
  • Maioriori people—See Mouriuri below
  • Makutu or witchcraft. Moki killed by, 82
  • Manaia, The. In Maori (and other) carvings. By S. Percy Smith, 130
  • Maori. The coming of to New Zealand from central Polynesia, 151
  • Maori Dictionary by Archdeacon H. W. Williams, B.A. Review of, 132
  • Maori and other Polynesian Material in British Museum. By H. D. Skinner, 134
  • Maori (Ancient) Schools and Learning. Examples of, 107
  • Maori Storehouses. By Elsdon Best. Review of, 133
  • Matiu (Somes Island, Wellington Harbour, New Zealand). Its first occupation, 156
  • Matorohanga, Te, the learned priest tells the story of the discovery of New Zealand by Kupe and its occupation later, 143
  • Matotoru, Te Rangi-tua. A high priest and warrior of Taupo, New Zealand, 182
  • Matotoru, Te Rangi-tua. A patere or song in memory of, 186
  • Maui. The Polynesian hero. Stories of his doings, 123
  • Members of the Society, 1916. List of, v
  • Moa (bird). Said to have been slain by Ngahue at Arahura, 148
  • Mo-ngava language (Solomon Islands). Vocabulary of, 177
  • Mo-ngiki language (Solomon Islands). Vocabulary of, 175
  • Morioris of Chatham Islands. A tradition of their migration from New Zealand, 80
  • Mouriuri, or Maioriori folk. The original inhabitants of, and their coming to New Zealand, 149
  • Mua-upoko tribe attack the descendants of Tara around the harbour, Wellington, New Zealand, 164
  • Mummies and Mummification (Maori). By H. D. Skinner, 70, 188
  • Mummies and Mummification (Maori). By Prof. G. Elliot Smith, F.R.S., 71
  • Mummies and Mummification (Maori). By Rev. H. J. Fletcher, 74
  • Mummies and Mummification (Maori). By Edward Tregear, 98
  • Murihiku, or Southland, New Zealand. Traditions and legends of, by H. Beattie, 75, and 106.
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  • Ngahue (and Kupe) discover New Zealand, 143
  • Ngati-kuia tribe of South Island, New Zealand. Notes on, by S. Percy Smith, 116
  • Ngati-Mamoe tribe of South Island, New Zealand. Traditions of origin, 79
  • Ngati-Mamoe tribe in occupation of country at Sinclair Head, Wellington, N.Z., 166
  • Nga-pare-taua (of Taupo). Story of her death and results, 91
  • Ngati-Tahu tribe. Traditions about leaving North Island, New Zealand, 81
  • Ngati-Tuharetoa occupation of Taupo-nui-a-tia, by Rev. Hoeta Te Hata, 19, 66, 91, 180
  • Notes and Queries, 87, 190
  • Ohou lake, North Otago, N.Z. Ancient Maori fighting at, 85
  • Okoki, name of one of three canoes that brought original inhabitants to New Zealand, 150
  • Pare-kawa of Taupo, N.Z. Incidents in her life, 93.
  • Polynesian Linguistics. Languages of the Solomon Islands, by Sidney H. Ray, M.A., 34, 99, and 170
  • Proceedings of Polynesian Society, 89, 141, 192
  • Rapuwai, ancient tribe of New Zealand. Traditions about, 78
  • Rarotonga. Early traditions. By Stephen Savage, 10, 52
  • Ray, Sidney H., M.A. Polynesian Linguistics, 34, 99, 170
  • Rennell Island (Melanesia). Short account of, 170
  • Riia (of Pelorus Sound, N.Z.). The story of, 119
  • Savage, Stephen. The period of Iro-nui-ma-oata and Tangiia-nui Ariki of Rarotonga, 10, 52
  • Sheba. The Queen of, her idol (illus.) Likeness to Maori carving, 130
  • Skinner, H. D. Maori and other Polynesian Material in British Museums, 134
  • Skinner, H. D. Mummification among the Maories, 70, 188
  • Skinner, H. D. Notes on Anthropological Papers read at Meeting of British Association, August, 1916, 31
  • Takitimu Canoe, South Island, N.Z., legends about, 76
  • Tamamutu. A warrior chief of Taupo and his doings, 26, 67
  • Tane (the god) pursued to the tenth heaven and captured by Iro-nui-ma-oata, 17
  • Tangiia-nui-Ariki (Rarotonga). The period of, by Stephen Savage, 10
  • Tari of the Ngai-Tahu tribe of Oanaru, N.Z. Story of, 120
  • Taumako (Duff Group, Melanesia). Notes on Relationship Names, by Rev. C. E. Fox, 190
  • Tete-paraoa, ancient Maori weapon with bone barbed point, 97
  • Te Heuheu. Chief of Taupo, N.Z., 180
  • Te Ika-a-Maui (North Island of New Zealand) is fished up from the sea by Maui, 128
  • Te Paepae-ki-Rarotonga. Name of canoe in which Toi voyaged from Rarotonga to New Zealand, 151
  • Te Wai-pounamu, name given to South Island of New Zealand by Kupe, 167
  • “The Land or Tara.” By Elsdon Best, 143
  • Toi sails from Rarotonga to rediscover Aotea-roa or New Zealand, 151
  • Traditions from Murihiku (Southland, N.Z.), by H. Beattie, 75, 106
  • Tregear, Edward. Maori Mummies, 98
  • Tregear. Edward. Infant Demons (Note on), 87
  • Tutapu sails with Iro from Rarotonga to Tahiti, 54
  • Tutetawha of Taupo, N.Z. Incidents in his life, 92
  • Voyages of discovery by early Polynesian Navigators, 143
  • Waiata (song or lament) for the loss of the bird (stone) Korota (Korotangi), 138
  • Waiata (song or lament) for the carved house at Heretoa, N.Z., 181
  • Wakatipu lake, Otaga, N.Z. Ancient Maori warfare at, 83
  • Wellington Harbour, N.Z. (Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara). Story of the occupation of. By Elsdon Best, 143
  • Whakatau-Potiki. A South Island Maori version of this Polynesian Myth, 121
  • Whatonga arrives in New Zealand in the canoe Kurahaupo, 151
  • Whatonga settles his sons in Wellington district. N.Z., 155
  • Whetu-Kairanga Pa (Miramar, Wellington, N.Z.), its building by Tara and his people, 161
  • Williams, Ven. Archdeacon, H. W. Dictionary of the Maori Language. Review of, 132
  • Winds. Polynesian names for, 15