Volume 28 1919 > Index to Vol. XXVIII, p 245-246
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- 245 INDEX TO VOL. XXVIII.
  • Annual Meeting of Society, 1
  • Annual Report of Council, i
  • Atia-te-varinga. The most ancient land known to the Rarotongans, 64
  • AUDRAN, REV. PERE HERVE. Traditions of and Notes on the Paumotu Islands, 31, 161, 232
  • Au-roroa. Original home of Polynesian race, 19
  • Avaiki (Hawaiki). Tangiia voyages to, and interviews the gods, 189
  • Axes. Maori belief in the supernatural powers of certain axes, 229
  • Ayran and Polynesian points of contact. By S. Percy Smith, 18
  • Balance Sheet of Society for year ending 31st December, 1918, iv.
  • BEATTIE, H. Traditions and Legends of Southland, N.Z., 42, 152, 212
  • BEST, ELSDON. The Land of Tara (Wellington, N.Z.), 1, 79, 123
  • Bewitched trees, or sacred trees, 218
  • Burial rites of San Cristoval (Solomon Islands), 39, 103
  • Coconuts of Paumotu Group, Eastern Polynesia. Varieties of, 167
  • Combat between Moeava and Patira at Makemo, Paumotu Island, 32
  • Dentrecasteaux (French Navigator). Visit of to the North Cape, New Zealand, March, 1793, 117
  • Double Canoes. South Island, N.Z., 157
  • Easter Island. Account by James Gilbert, Master of the “Resolution,” 1774, 178
  • Easter Island. Visited by Tangiia-nui from Fiji Group, 13th Century, 192
  • Exchanges. List of and publications received for 1918, x., xii.
  • Fairies. Myths of, 28, 64, 215
  • Fakahina Island, Paumotu Group. Discovery, description and traditions of, also religion, poetry, famous voyages, etc., 161, 232
  • Fatherland of the Polynesians. A Rarotongan description of, 61
  • Fights. A list of engaged in by Ngai-tahu and Ngati-Mamoe tribes, New Zealand, 45
  • FOX, REV C. E. The San Cristoval (Solomon Islands) Heo (Burial Mound), 39
  • Gilbert's Account of Easter Island. Capt. Cook's 2nd voyage, 178
  • GRAHAM, GEO. Rangi-Hua-Moa, A legend of the Moa, 107
  • GRAHAM, GEO. The account of Kupe and Tainui, 111
  • Hine-nui-te-po. The goddess of Hades, 160
  • Jonah and the Whale. The Pacific story of (Note 289), 121
  • Karakia or Invocation used in planting the kumara, 27
  • Karika, a great Polynesian Navigator of the 13th century, 195
  • “Koro-tuatini.” Name of the great temple in the Polynesian Fatherland, 64
  • Kumara tuber, The. Ancient myth as to its origin, 26
  • Kumu-honua. The Hawaiian name of the first man, 56
  • Kupe and Tainui. The account of arrival and discoveries in New Zealand, 121
  • LEVERD, M. ARMAND, The late. Corresponding member at Tahiti. Photo of, 122
  • Lizards, or Ngarara. Stories of, 217
  • Maeroero. Mythical wild men of the woods. A hairy monster, 212
  • Maketu Island of the Paumotu Group. Visited by Tangiia the voyager in the 13th century 196
  • Malayo-Polynesian (Note 288), 121
  • Man. The origin of. Rarotongan Myth, 56
  • Maori belief in the supernatural power of certain axes, 229
  • Maori stone axe. By H. D. Skinner, 240
  • Matariki, or the Pleiades star group. Used by Polynesians to mark commencement of the New Year, 27
  • Members of Society, 1918. List of, v.
  • Moa (The). Methods of hunting by the old-time Maori, and description of bird, 108
  • Moeava. An early Polynesian navigator. Traditions of, 32
  • MORRIS, G. N. Niue Islanders Folk-lore, 226
  • Niue Islanders. Folk-lore. By G. Morris, 226
  • Notes and Queries, 54, 121, 180, 242
  • Papa-tua-nuku. The Earth-mother. Separated from the Sky-father, 229
  • Parata. A monster which causes the tides, 30
  • Pare (Ornament over doorway). An ancient carved. Auckland, N.Z., 160
  • Paumotu (or Taumotu) Islands (Eastern Pacific). Traditions of by Rev. Pere Hervé Audran, 31, 161, 232
  • Paumotu. The Conception of the Heavens and of Creation. By J. L. Young, 209
  • Polynesians. Their first three migrations into the Pacific, 55
  • Polynesian Linguistics. (Santa Cruz Archipelago). By Sidney H. Ray, M.A., 168
  • Polynesian Voyages. (Note 292), 242
  • Proceedings of Polynesian Society, 54, 122, 181, 243
  • Rangi-Hua-Moa. By Geo. Graham. A legend of tho Moa, 107
  • Rangi-nui. The Sky-father, separated from the Earth-mother, 229
  • Rapa-nui (Easter Island) and Rapa-iti, reference to, 178, 192
  • Rarotonga. History and traditions of. By Te Ariki-tara-ara, 55, 134, 183
  • RAY, SIDNEY H., M.A. Polynesian Linguistics (Santa Cruz Archipelago). 168
  • Rongo-ma-Uenga, the god. Stolen by Tangiia at Tahiti, 189
  • San Cristoval (Solomon Islands) Heo. The. By Rev. C. E. FOX (burial rites), 39, 103
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  • Santa Cruz Archipelago, Western Pacific. Discovery, language, etc. By Sidney H. Ray, M.A., 168
  • SAVAGE, MR. S. History and traditions of Rarotonga. Translated by, 57
  • Scalp-taking, Very like. By S. Percy Smith, 106
  • Science Congress. Christchurch, N.Z. Papers on Polynesian Ethnology, 52
  • SKINNER, H. D. Gilbert's account of Easter Island, 1774, 178
  • SKINNER, H. D. A Maori stone axe. With plate, 240
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. The Fatherland of the Polynesians, 18
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. Very like Scalp-taking, 106
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. History and Traiditions of Rarotonga. Translated by, 134, 183
  • Swimming. Maori methods of, 221
  • Taepo and Taniwha. A goblin and a water monster. Stories of, 214
  • “Tainui” and Kupe. The account of. By Geo. Graham, 111
  • Taki-pu (afterwards re-named Taki-tumu) the ocean going canoe in which Tangiia-nui explored the Pacific—13th century, 183, 197
  • Tamarua family of Rarotonga. History of, 64
  • Tamarua-pai navigates “Taki-pu,” the canoe of Tangiia-nui, 189
  • Tangiia-nui of Rarotonga. A great navigator. Story of his life and voyages throughout the Pacific—13th century, 57, 134, 183
  • Taputapu-atea, son of Whiro of Rarotonga (13th century) taken from Easter Island, 192
  • Tarionge of Huahine, Tahiti. An ancestor of the Taranaki tribe, New Zealand, 193
  • Tattooing. Notes on, 222
  • Tawhiti-roa of Polynesian legend. Surmised to be Sumatara, 62
  • Te-Amio-enua. A celebrated weapon of Tahiti, and the cause of wars—13th century, 187, 190
  • Te Awhio-rangi. A famed Polynesian axe of supernatural powers, 229
  • Te Ariki-tara-are. The last of the high-priests of Rarotonga. His history and traditions of the Rarotonga, 55, 134, 183
  • Te Aru-tanga-nuku of Rarotonga and his canoe and voyages (circa A.D. 1000), 139
  • Te Irapanga. Leader of the migration from Tawhiti-nui (Borneo ?) to the Hawaiian Islands, 135
  • Te Nga-taito-ariki. A great ancestor of the Rarotongans, 134
  • “Te Paerangi.” Wars of the gods. Ancient myth, 22
  • The Fatherland of the Polynesians. By S. Percy Smith, 18
  • The Great Muru (at Opunaki, Taranaki). By a Taranaki Veteran, 97
  • “The Land of Tara” (Wellington, N.Z.) By Elsdon Best, 1, 79, 123
  • The three fingers in Maori Carving. Note 291, 242
  • The Turehu, or Patu-pai-a-reke. A fair or white people. Fairies, 28, 64
  • Traditions and Legends of Southland, N.Z. By H. Beattie, 42, 152, 212
  • Traditions and Notes on the Paumotu Islands, By the Rev. Pere Herve Audran, 31, 161, 232
  • Tumu-te-varovaro, ancient or spirit name of Rarotonga, 190, 194
  • Tu-tarangi of Rarotonga and his wars (circa A.D. 425), 135
  • Tuoro (or Puke-tuoro). A mythical water monster, 218
  • Turihuka, wife of Tamatea (A.D. 1350). Explores Southern New Zealand, 223
  • Tu-tapu, A celebrated ariki of the Marquesas—13th century, 185, 195
  • Uea or Wallis Island, N.E. of Fiji Group. Visited by Tangiia the voyager. 13th century, 191
  • Ui-te-rangiora. The great Polynesian navigator and discoverer. Circa A.D. 650, 63, 67, 137
  • Upolu, Samoa. Visited by Tangiia the voyager in the 13th century, 191
  • Vega (the star) or Whanui. The very ancient “Year Star” (New Year) of the Polynesians, 27
  • Veka (Weka). The, and the Kale. A Niue folk-lore story of these two birds, 226
  • Voyages of old-time Polynesian navigators, 183
  • Wanaka District. The (Otago, N.Z.). Note 290, 180
  • Whiro. An ancestor of the Rarotongans, Tahitians and Maoris, is met in Fiji Islands by Tangiia—13th century, 192
  • Whiro-nui. A celebrated axe of Polynesian fame possessing supernatural powers, 229
  • Wizards (tohungas). Powers of, 216
  • YOUNG, J. L. The Paumotu (Eastern Pacific) conception of the Heavens and of Creation. Illustrated, 209