Volume 27 1918 > Index to volume XXVII, p 229-231
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- 229 INDEX TO VOL. XXVII.
  • Aboriginal peoples of New Zealand. Some traditions of, 8
  • Annual Meeting of the Society, i
  • Annual Report of the Council, i
  • AUDRAN, REV. PERE HERVE. Traditions of Paumotu Islands, 26, 90, 132
  • Balance Sheet of Society for year ending 31st December, 1917, iii
  • BEATTIE, H. Traditions and Legends of Southern New Zealand, 137
  • Bellona and Rennell Islands. See Note No. 282, 225
  • BEST, ELSDON. The Land of Tara (Wellington, N.Z.), 1, 49, 99, 165
  • BEST, ELSDON. “Social usages of the Maori” See Note, 227
  • BROWN, PROF. J. MACMILLAN. Raivavai Islet and its Statues (illustrated), 72
  • Canoe, “Te-Waka-a-raki,” said to be first authentic canoe to come to New Zealand, 144
  • Cave Shelter Decoration, South Island, New Zealand. Traditions as to origin, 148
  • Cook, CAPT. JAMES. Anchors at Wellington Heads, N.Z., November, 1773, 100
  • Cook Straits (Raukawa). Ancient customs connected with its crossing, 106
  • Cremation. Custom (Maori) with persons killed in enemies' country, 5
  • Easter Island Statues, 74
  • Echoes, Origin of. Ancient Maori Story, 161
  • Exchanges. List of and publications received for 1917, ix
  • FLETCHER, REV. H. J. Translation of Story of Ngati-Tuharetoa Occupation of Taupo Country, N.Z., 38
  • “Flute Song.” An Ancient. By Hare Hongi, 222
  • Fire-arms first used against Taupo (N.Z.) tribes, 40
  • Fire-arms first used against Wellington Harbour (N.Z.) tribe, the Ngati-Ira, 66
  • Fire-arms. Native account of their first introduction into New Zealand, 70
  • Fornander's Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities. A Review, 78
  • FOX, REV. C. E. Note on Bellona and Rennell Islands, 225
  • Gambier or Mangareva Islands, Eastern Polynesia. Note by S. Percy Smith, 115
  • Genealogy showing descent of a Wai-rarapa hapu (N.Z.) from Toi the Polynesian voyager, 6
  • Genealogy showing connection between Rangitane and Ngati-Ira tribes, 12
  • Genealogy from Tahu-potiki (23 generations) of Ngai-Tahu tribe, 17
  • Genealogy showing descent from Uenuku (of Eastern Polynesia) through chiefs of Ngati-Ira tribe, 21
  • Genealogy showing descent from Kahuhunu of chiefs of Taupo tribe, 38
  • Genealogy showing descent from Moe-te-ao, ancestress of Ngati-Moe tribe of Wairarapa, 55
  • Genealogy showing descent from Te-Ao-haeretahi of Ngati-Ira tribe to fix approximate date of great earthquake of 1460? 61
  • Genealogy showing descent from Kiripakaki of Ngariki tribe, Auckland, 89
  • Giants (Myth) arrive by Canoe and Settle in South Island, N.Z., 152
  • GRAHAM, GEO. “A Legend of Old Mahurangi” (Auckland), 86
  • GRAHAM, GEO. Maki, a chief of the Wai-o-hua tribe (Kaipara, N.Z.), 219
  • Hao-Whenua, name given Earthquake Wellington Harbour, about 1460, 60
  • HARE HONGI. The greenstone “Tiki” and what it signifies, 162, 199
  • HARE HONGI. “An Ancient Flute Song,” 222
  • HARE HONGI. “Pihareinga.” Original Maori name of the Cricket. See Note, 226
  • HARE HONGI. “Did the Maori of New Zealand use the Sling.” See Note, 226
  • HATA, THE REV. HOETA, TE. “The Ngati-Tuharetoa occupation of Taupo-nui-a-Tia,” 38
  • Haumia, goddess of the Aruhe or fern-root, 83
  • Hawea tribe. Aboriginal? of South Island, N.Z., 17
  • Horo-Matangi, a taniwha or monster of Lake Taupo, N.Z., 42
  • Io. The Supreme God of the Maoris. Note No. 277, 95
  • Ira, son of Uenuku of Eastern Polynesia. Founder of Ngati-Ira tribe, N.Z., 18
  • Iwikau, a great rangatira (chief) of the Ngati-Tuwharetoa tribe, Lake Taupo, N.Z., 214
  • Kake, Te. Story of and dire results of quarrels amongst his wives, 45
  • Kings of Mangareva Islands. List of, 130
  • “Kohera,” The, or Evil Omen, and fall of Patoka pa, Waitotara, N.Z., in 1841, 212
  • Kopeke (of Lake Taupo) and his fishing rights. Story of (A.D. 1550), 43
  • Korau. An ancient vegetable food of the Maori, 3
  • Kura-hau-po Canoe. Allusion to its landing at Tongaporutu and Whakatane, 11
  • Lakes of South Island, N.Z. Maori tradition as to their origin, 142
  • Lament (tangi) for the dead. An ancient, 82
  • LARGE, MAJOR J. T. Translation of Rarotongan Traditions, 178
  • Legend of Old Mahurangi (Auckland). By George Graham, 86
  • LEVERD, A. (Tahiti) More about Turi, 202
  • Lizards. Ancient Maori traditions as to their origin, 158
  • Makaro, or Ward Island, Wellington Harbour, N.Z., 63
  • Maki, chief of the Wai-o-hua tribe, Kaipara, N.Z. By Geo. Graham, 219
  • Mangareva, or Gambier Islands, Eastern Polynesia. Note on by S. P. Smith, 115
  • Maori language. A new word in. Note 279, 95
  • Marquesas Islands. Named by the Polynesians as “Te-Ao-Marama,” 28
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  • Matakatea (or Moke), a great rangatira of Taranaki tribe, N.Z., 212
  • Maui. (The Polynesian demi-god). Tradition of from Gambier Islands, 131
  • Members of the Society, 1917. List of, iv.
  • Miramar peninsula, Wellington Harbour, N.Z. Its traditional history, 4, 60, 62
  • Moa (Dinoris). Extinction of in South Island, N.Z.—tradition, 150
  • Moeava, the great warrior of Paumotu, Eastern Pacific. Story of, 26
  • Mummification among the Polynesians. Note 278, 95
  • Mummification among the Maoris. Note 281, 96
  • “Muri-henua,” the great canoe of Moeava of Paumotu Islands, 29
  • Native (Maori) place names of Wellington District, N.Z., 165
  • New Zealand University and Ethonolgical Studies, 93
  • Ngata Ariki of Rarotonga. The story of (ancient), 178
  • Ngati-Awa tribe of Taranaki, occupy the land of Tara (Wellington), 102
  • Ngati-Ira tribe. Their origin and early migrations, 18, 49, 56, 102
  • Ngati-Kahungunu tribe. Story of their coming into Wellington District, 12
  • Ngati-kuia folk of Pelorous Sound, N.Z. An offshoot of the Rangitane tribe, 9
  • Ngati-Mamoe tribe. Refugees from, settle near Wellington Harbour, N.Z., 2
  • Ngati-Mamoe tribe. Traditional story of Migration to South Island, N.Z., 7
  • Ngati-Rangi and Ngati-Ira tribes. Hostilities between, 65
  • Ngai-Tara tribe occupy Queen Charlotte Sound when Capt. Cook discovered it in 18 century, 13
  • Ngati-Tuharetoa occupation of Taupo-nui-a-tea. By Rev. Hoeta te Hata, 38
  • Nga-Whakatatara Pa (ancient) near Taradale H. B. Plan of, 23, 49
  • Notes and Queries, 95, 225
  • Patoka pa, Waitotara, N.Z. Story of its capture by the Taranaki tribes, 212
  • Paumotu Islands. Traditions of by Rev. Père Hervé Audran, 26, 90, 132
  • Pipi, wife of Ira, a fair-skinned, fair-haired Polynesian, 18
  • Plucked parakeet of Hataitai (Wellington, N.Z.). Story of, 60
  • Pouakai.” Ancient Maori name of the Moa (dinoris), 150
  • Preservation of the dead amongst Maoris of South Island, N.Z., 149, 156
  • Proceedings of Polynesian Society, 47, 97, 228
  • Puketapu pa, near Hastings, H.B. Its capture and destruction, 24
  • Pungatai, and the ceremony of opening of fishing season, By W. H. Skinner, 36
  • Raivavai Islet (Eastern Polynesia) and its Statues. By Prof. J. Macmillan Brown, 72
  • Rakaihautu, founder of Waitaha tribe, South Island, N.Z., 145, 159
  • Rangitane tribe. Traditions of, 13, 50
  • Rapuwai tribe of N.Z. Said to have come from Eastern Polynesia in “Takitumu” canoe, 17, 155
  • Rarotonga. History and traditions of. By Te Ariki-tara-are, 178
  • Rennell and Bellona Islands. See Note 282, 225
  • Review. “Fornander's collection of Hawaiian Antiquities, etc., 78
  • Rock-paintings, or Cave-shelter Decorations, South Island, N.Z., 148, 155
  • Rongomai. The tribal god of Ngati-Tuwharetoa tribe, 41
  • Rua-putahanga, a celebrated ancestress of the Taranaki tribe, 85
  • SKINNER, W. H. The Pungatai, 36
  • Sling. Used by the Maoris of New Zealand. See Notes, 96, 226
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. “Whakangungu,” Maori anti-witchcraft ritual, 81
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. Notes on the Mangareva Islands, Eastern Polynesia, 115
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. The kohera, or evil omen, and the fall of Patoka pa in 1841, 212
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. Guiding Stars in Navigation (Polynesian). See Note, 226
  • Social usages of the Maori. By Elsdon Best. See Note, 227
  • Somes or Matiu Island, Wellington Harbour, N.Z. Early occupation, 62
  • Song or lament for Whakanui, drowned in Cook Straits, N.Z., 27 generations since; very ancient, 10
  • Song or lament on death of Te Kekerengu of Ngati-Ira tribe, 104
  • Song or lament (ancient) by a woman of Ngati-Ira (Wellington Harbour), 112
  • Stars. Constellation of Scorpio and Orion. Maori story of origin, 141
  • Star lore (Maori), 154
  • Stars. Guiding in Navigation (Polynesian). Note by S. Percy Smith, 226
  • Tahura (Mangareva Islands). A priest, Ordination Ceremonies of, 121
  • Takarita, wife of Uenuku of Eastern Polynesia, and mother of Ira, founder of Ngati-Ira tribe, N.Z., 18
  • “Takitimu” Canoe Voyages along East Coast of New Zealand, 1
  • Tamaki, or Rarotonga, old Maori name for Auckland isthmus, 219
  • Tapu-te-ranga Island, in Island Bay, Wellington, N.Z. Historic sketch, 64
  • Taranaki. Name of ancient marae, Ngapuka Island, Paumotu group, 134
  • Taringa-kuri (Dogs-ears), chief of Ngati-Tama. Why he was so called, 108
  • Tattooing, a honorific sign with the ancient Polynesians, 30
  • Te Awarua-o-Porirua. A huge taniwha or water monster, 9
  • Te Tauria, an aboriginal tribe, West Coast, North Island, N.Z., 8
  • “The Land of Tara” (Wellington, N.Z.) By Elsdon Best, 1. 49, 99, 165
  • “Tiki.” The greenstone “Tiki” and what it signifies. By Hare Hongi, 162, 199
  • Tohunga (priests). Instances of their powers, 43
  • Traditions from Murihiku (Southland, N.Z.). By H. Beattie, 137
  • Tu. The supreme being among the Mangarevans (Eastern Polynesia), 124
  • Tu-te-kawa. The story of. A cannibal feast and poetical justice, 58
  • Turi (of the Aotea canoe). By A. Leverd, Tahiti, 202
  • “Uruao.” Name of canoe which 42 generations ago brought Waitaha people to New Zealand, 137, 160
  • Vaka-tupapaku (Mangareva Islands). A burial raft or canoe on which the dead were set adrift at sea, 131
  • Wairarapa District, Wellington, N.Z., occupied by Tautoki and his people, 1
  • Wairarapa District, Wellington, N.Z., occupied by Ngati-Ira tribe, 20
  • Waitaha tribe of South Island, N.Z. Numerous in time of Tamatea, 1
  • Waitaha tribe of South Island, N.Z., said to have come from Eastern Polynesia in “Takitimu” canoe, 17
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  • Waitaha tribe of South Island, N.Z. Tradition of their canoe coming to New Zealand under leadership of Rakaihautu, 137, 159
  • Ward or Makaro Island, Wellington Harbour. Notes of early occupation, 63
  • Wellington Harbour, N.Z. (Te-Whanga-nui-a-Tara) Story of. By Elsdon Best, 1, 49, 99, 165
  • Wellington Harbour, N.Z. Its discovery and re-discovery. See Note 283, 225
  • Wellington District, N.Z. Maori place names, 165
  • “Whakangungu.” Maori anti-witchcraft ritual. By S. Percy Smith, 81
  • Whaitiri. A celebrated ancestress of the Polynesians, 84
  • Whare-kohu, a famous burial cave on Kapiti Island, N.Z., 9
  • Wharekuras. Ancient schools of learning amongst the Maori, 151, 156