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VOL. XXVIII. 1919.
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    NO. 109.—MARCH, 1919.
  • Annual Meeting of Society i
  • Annual Report of Council i
  • Balance Sheet iv
  • Members of the Society
  • List of Exchanges x
  • Books, etc. received in exchange xii
  • The Land of Tara. By Elsdon Best 1
  • The Fatherland of the Polynesians. By S. Percy Smith 18
  • Traditions of and Notes on the Paumotu Islands. By the Rev. Pére H. Audran 31
  • The San Cristoval Heo. By Rev. C. E. Fox 39
  • Traditions and Legends of Southland. By H. Beattie 42
  • The Science Congress, Christchurch, N.Z. 52
  • Notes and Queries—The Teaching of Ethnology 54
  • Proceedings 54
    NO. 110.—JUNE, 1919.
  • History and Traditions of Rarotonga. By Te Ariki-tara-are 55
  • The Land of Tara. By Elsdon Best 79
  • The Great Muru. By a Taranaki Veteran 97
  • Further Notes on the Heo of the Solomon Islands. By the Rev. C. E. Fox 103
  • Very like Scalp-taking. By S. Percy Smith 106
  • Rangi-hua-moa. By Geo. Graham 107
  • An Account of Kupe and Tainui. By Geo. Graham 111
  • The Visit of Dentrecasteaux to the North Cape, New Zealand 117
  • Notes and Queries—Malayo-Polynesian 121
  • The Pacific Story of Jonah and the Whale 121
  • Proceedings 122
    NO. 111.—SEPTEMBER, 1919.
  • The Land of Tara. By Elsdon Best 123
  • History and Traditions of Rarotonga. By Te Ariki-tara-are 134
  • Traditions and Legends of Southland. By H. Beattie 152
  • An Ancient Carved Pare 160
  • Traditions of and Notes on the Paumotu Islands 161
  • Polynesian Linguistics. By Sidney H. Ray 168
  • Gilbert's Account of Easter Island. By H. D. Skinner 178
  • Notes and Queries—The Wanaka District 180
  • Proceedings 181
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    NO. 112.—DECEMBER, 1919.
  • History and Traditions of Rarotonga. Part VII. By Te Ariki-tara-are 183
  • The Paumotu Conception of the Heavens and of Creation. By J. L. Young 209
  • Traditions and Legends of Southland. By H. Beattie 212
  • Niué Folk-lore. By G. N. Morris 226
  • The Maori Belief in the Supernatural Powers of certain Axes 229
  • Traditions of and Notes on the Paumotu Islands. By the Rev. Pére H. Audran 232
  • A Maori Stone Axe. By H. D. Skinner 240
  • Notes and Queries—The Three Fingers in Maori Carvings 242
  • Polynesian Voyages 242
  • Proceedings 243
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VOL. XXVIII.—1919.

THE Meeting took place on the 29th January, 1919, at the Hempton Room, where the Society's Library is installed. There were several members present, the President being in the chair.

The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and confirmed, and then the Annual Report of the Council and the year's accounts, which were passed and ordered to be printed in the March number of the ‘Journal.’ They will be found below.

In accordance with the rules, the President retired and two members of the Council also, the latter by ballot. Mr. S. Percy Smith was re-elected President, and Messrs. M. Fraser and W. W. Smith re-elected to the Council.

A vote of thanks was passed to Mr. W. D. Webster for auditing the accounts, and he consented to act in the same capacity this ensuing year. Also a vote of thanks was accorded Mr. W. H. Skinner for preparing the Index to last year's volume.

The following new members were then elected:—

  • Hubert E. Vaile, Queen Street, Auckland.
  • The Adalbert College, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.

A discussion took place on a paragraph in the annual report referring to the reading of papers before the Society, and the question was finally referred to the Council.

A resolution was passed expressing the opinion of the members present as to the desirability of the appointment of a Curator of the New Borough Museum, New Plymouth, which was ordered to be conveyed to His Worship the Mayor.


THE Council of the Society has pleasure in presenting to the Annual Meeting its Twenty-sixth Report, showing in brief form the activities of the Society during the past twelve months.

The most noticeable feature of the past year has been the removal of the headquarters into the commodious apartments of the Hempton room where our library and office have been installed, and which was opened by His Worship the Mayor, as referred to in our last annual report. The additional accommodation thus provided by the generosity of a lady of New Plymouth, has allowed of our library being for the first time arranged in a form where access to the books has become easy, just as in other libraries; whilst the comfort in working by the officers of the Society has been greatly appreciated. The books - ii that have accumulated by exchange and gift during the past twenty-seven years now occupy 240 feet of shelving, with wall space for at least three times as much. Arrangements have been made for opening the library to the public on Monday and Saturday afternoons, and on Wednesday evenings for the purpose of reference or study, and for the issue of books to members, an officer of the Society being in attendance at these times. We should be glad to welcome more visitors to the library for purposes of study, for though our collection naturally consists mostly of works on ethnology, the liberality of our exchanges provides us with works on most of the sciences; our American exchanges are particularly liberal in this respect.

The rules passed by the first meeting of the Society in 1892, defined our objects as follows: “The Society is formed to promote the study of the anthropology, ethnology, philology, history and antiquities of the Polynesian races by the publication of an official journal to be called ‘The Journal of the Polynesian Society,’ and by the collection of books, manuscripts, photographs, relics, and other illustrations.”We think that these objects have been fairly well carried out as exemplified in the 27 volumes of our journal, which contain original matter that would otherwise, but for our Society, have been lost for ever to the world and the future students of the race. Naturally the great problem that presents itself for solution is the origin of our Pacific Island peoples. The mystery surrounding this question has had for very many people a great fascination. The tendency of all observation so far is to carry the ancestors of the people back to Indonesia, and this view is supported by all lines of study. Beyond that, the matter is in some doubt, though some of us hold strong opinions about it and see in the early Aryan migrants into India the ancestors of the Polynesians. Towards the final solution of the question we may fairly claim to have helped to lay the foundations, by the original matter preserved in our journal. But much yet remains to be done. For instance, no reasonable hypothesis has as yet been formulated accounting for the Easter Island statues, some light upon which may, however, be thrown by the publication of Mrs. Scoresby Routledge's forthcoming work, the results of a year's sojourn on that island.

Our Rules, in defining the functions of the Society, do not provide for the reading and discussion of papers by members at meetings to be held for the purpose, as is the custom in similar societies. But there is no reason why this course should not be adopted if members wish it. Such discussions often bring out points that are not alluded to in the papers read, and thus are beneficial. Were this course adopted, aided by occasional lectures—not necessarily on strict ethnological lines—it might tend to popularise the work of the Society, and if the public generally were invited to attend, the result would furnish people with something to think about in addition to their daily round of duties.

Our membership was slightly increased during the year, and on December 31st the roll was as follows:—

Patrons 3
Honorary Members 12
Corresponding Members 13
Ordinary Members 158
Total 186

During the year three members resigned and four died—Mr. W. Kerr, S.M., who was a member of our council for several years; Dr. H. Colley March, an original member, and a well-known writer on ethnology; Mr. A. H. Turnbull, of Wellington, well-known in connection with his celebrated library of works relating to New - iii Zealand; and Mr. J. H. Wilson, judge of the Native Land Court, who succumbed to the influenza epidemic. We have also reason to fear that another promising member was killed in France, but as yet have no certain information. The number of members who joined the Society at its formation in 1892 are now reduced to 17, We exchange publications with 44 societies, universities, Government departments, etc., and receive in exchange more than an equivalent from some of them.

There is a considerable demand for sets of our publications from various parts of the world, which we are no longer able to meet so far as some of the earlier volumes of our “Journal” are concerned, as they are out of print. If satisfactory arrangements can be made these ought to be reprinted; it would pay the Society in the long run to do so. Furthermore, our library is increasing so fast that immediate expansion of the shelving accommodation has become necessary.

On December 31st there were 27 members in arrear for one year, nine for two years, and four for three years. These latter will have to be struck off the roll in accordance with our rules.

It will be seen from the treasurer's statement that financially we are in a good position, as there is a balance in hand of £45. Our correspondence with all parts of the world increases, for the Society is getting known far and wide, so that we are frequently applied to for information on Polynesian ethnological subjects.

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VOL. XXVIII.—1919.

The sign * before a name indicates an original member or founder.

As this list will be published annually, the Secretaries would be obliged if members will supply any mission, or notify change of address.

  • The Right Hon. Baron Plunket, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., ex-Governor of New Zealand, Old Connaught, Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland.
  • The Right Hon. Baron Islington, K.C.M.G., D.S.O., ex-Governor of New Zealand, Government Offices, Downing Street, London.
  • His Excellency The Right Hon. The Earl of Liverpool, M.V.O., G.C.M.G., Governor General of New Zealand.
  • Rev. R. H. Codrington, D.D., Chichester, England.
  • Rev. Prof. A. H. Sayce, M.A., Queen's College, Oxford, England.
  • Right Hon. Sir J. G. Ward, Bart., K.C.M.G., P.C., LL.D., M.P., Wellington
  • H. G. Seth-Smith, M.A., c/o W. T. Williams, 7, St. Helens Place, Bishopsgate Street, London, E.C.
  • Prof. Sir W. Baldwin Spencer, M.A., C.M.G., F.R.S., The University, Melbourne
  • *Edward Tregear, I.S.O., Wellington
  • Dr. A. Haddon, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., 3, Cranmer Road, Cambridge, England
  • Churchill, W., B.A., F.R.A.I., Yale Club, 30, West Forty-fourth Street, New York
  • Sir J. G. Fraser, D.C.L., LL.D., Litt. D., Brick Court, Middle Temple, London, E.C.
  • *Elsdon Best, Dominion Museum, Wellington
  • Chas. M. Woodford, C.M.G., The Grinstead, Partridge Green, Sussex, England
  • S. H. Ray, M.A., F.R.A.I., 218, Balfour Road, Ilford, Sussex, England.
  • Rev. T. G. Hammond, Putaruru, Auckland
  • Major J. T. Large, Masonic Institute, H. M. Arcade, Auckland.
  • Hare Hougi, 3, Stirling Street, Wellington
  • Tati Salmon, Papeete, Tahiti
  • Tunui-a-rangi, Major H. P., Carterton
  • Whatahoro, H. T ., Putiki, Whanganui
  • Christian, F. W., Otaki
  • The Rev. C. E. Fox, San Cristoval; Viâ Ugi, Solomon Islands
  • Skinner, H. D., B.A., D.C.M., Hocken Library, Dunedin
  • Rev. Père Hervé Audran, Fakahiva, Tuamotu, Tahiti
  • M. Julien, His Excellency, Governor of French Oceania, Tahiti
  • A. Leverd, Papeete, Tahiti
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  • 1894 Aldred, W. A., Bank of New Zealand, Wellington
  • 1899 Atkinson, W. E., Whanganui
  • 1916 Avery, Thos., New Plymouth
  • 1918 Adalbert College, Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio, U. S. A.
  • 1892 *Birch, W. J. Thoresby, Marton
  • 1892 *Barron, A., Macdonald Terrace, Wellington
  • 1894 Bamford, E., Arney Road, Auckland
  • 1896 British and Foreign Bible Society, 146, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.
  • 1898 Buchanan, Sir W. C., Tupurupuru, Masterton
  • 1902 Boston City Library, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
  • 1907 Buick, T. Lindsay, F. R. Hist.S., Press Association, Wellington
  • 1917 Brown, Prof. J. MacMillan, M.A., LL.D., Holmbank, Cashmere Hills, Christchurch
  • 1909 Bullard, G. H., Chief Surveyor, New Plymouth
  • 1910 Burnet, J. H., Virginian Homestead, St. John's Hill, Whanganui
  • 1910 Burgess, C. H., New Plymouth
  • 1911 Bird, W. W., Inspector Native Schools, Napier
  • 1913 Buddle, R., H. M. S. “Northampton,” c/o General Post Office, London
  • 1914 Brooking, W. F., Powderham Street, New Plymouth
  • 1914 Beattie, Herries, P. O. Box 40, Gore
  • 1916 Bottrell, C. G., High School, New Plymouth
  • 1918 Beyers, H. Otley, Professor Department of Anthropology, University of the Philippines, Manilla
  • 1918 Brown, A. Radcliffe, Nukualofa, Tonga Island
  • 1892 *Chapman, The Hon. F. R., Wellington
  • 1892 Chambers, W. K., Fujiya, Mount Smart, Penrose, Auckland
  • 1893 Carter, H. C., 475, West 143rd Street, N.Y.
  • 1894 Chapman, M., Wellington
  • 1896 Cooper, The Hon. Theo., Wellington
  • 1900 Cooke, J. P., c/o Alexander and Baldwin, Honolulu
  • 1903 Chatterton, Rev. F. W., Te Rau, Gisborne
  • 1903 Cole, Ven. Archdeacon R. H., D.C.L., Parnell, Auckland
  • 1908 Coughlan, W. N., Omaio, Opotiki
  • 1908 Carnegie Public Library, Dunedin
  • 1908 Carnegie Public Library, New Plymouth
  • 1910 Cock R., New Plymouth
  • 1917 Cowley, Matt, P. O. Box 72, Auckland
  • 1918 Chambers, Bernard, Te Mata, Havelock North
  • 1918 Corney, Geo., Devon Street, New Plymouth
  • 1918 Crooke, Alfred, S.M., Devon Street, New Plymouth
  • 1892 *Denniston, The Hon. Sir J. E., Christchurch
  • 1902 Dulau & Co., 38, Soho Square, London
  • 1902 Drummond, Jas., “Lyttelton Times” Office, Christchurch
  • 1903 Dixon, Roland B., Ph.D., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass, U.S.A.
  • 1910 Downes, T. W., P. O. Box 119, Whanganui
  • 1911 Drew, C. H., New Plymouth
  • 1917 Dominion Museum, Wellington
  • 1918 Davidson, J. C., Motunui, Waitara
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  • 1892 *Emerson, J. S., 802, Spencer Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
  • 1894 Ewen, C. A., Commercial Union Insurance Co., Wellington
  • 1918 Etheridge, Robt. Director, Australian Museum, Sydney
  • 1896 Fletcher, Rev. H. J., Taupo
  • 1900 Forbes, E. J., 5, Hamilton Street, Sydney, N. S. W.
  • 1901 Firth, John F., Survey Office, Nelson
  • 1902 Fraser, M., New Plymouth
  • 1902 Fisher, T. W., Tikitiki Road, Te Mapara, Te Kuiti
  • 1903 Fowlds, Hon. G., Auckland
  • 1906 Field Museum of Natural History, The, Chicago, U.S.A.
  • 1912 Fisher, Mrs. Lillian S., 560, Hancock Street, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
  • 1912 Fisher, F. Owen, c/o Credit Lyonaise, Biarritz, B.P., France
  • 1913 Fildes, H., Box 740, Chief Post Office, Wellington
  • 1892 *Gudgeon, Lieut.-Col. W. E., C.M.G., 39, King's Parade, Devonport, Auckland
  • 1902 Gill, W. H. Marunouchi, Tokio, Japan
  • 1902 Graham, Geo., c/o Commercial Union, P.O. Box 166, Auckland
  • 1910 Godding, Fred W., U.S. Consul General, Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • 1898 Hastie, Miss J. A., 11, Ashburn Place, Cromwell Road, London
  • 1908 Hallen, Dr. A. H. Clevedon, Auckland
  • 1909 Holdsworth, John, Swarthmoor, Havelock, Hawkes Bay
  • 1910 Hawkes Bay Philosophical Society, P.O. Box 166, Napier
  • 1910 Hocken, Mrs. T. M., Hocken Library, Dunedin
  • 1910 Home, Dr. George, New Plymouth
  • 1911 Heimbrod, G., F.R.A.I., Lautoka, Fiji
  • 1911 Henniger, Julius, Motuihi Island, Auckland
  • 1917 Hocken Library, Dunedin
  • 1918 Hodgson, N.V., c/o Norman Potts, Opotiki
  • 1918 Harvie, Rev. G. F., The Vicarage. Vivian Street, New Plymouth
  • 1918 Hart, Henry H., 3751, Clay Street, San Francisco
  • 1907 Institute, The Auckland, Museum, Auckland
  • 1907 Institute, The Otago, Dunedin
  • 1892 *Johnson, H. Dunbar, Judge N.L.C., 151, Newton Road, Auckland
  • 1918 Johnston, E. G., Education Board Office, New Plymouth
  • 1902 Kelly, Thomas, New Plymouth
  • 1910 King, Newton, Brooklands, New Plymouth
  • 1894 Lambert, H. A. Belmont, Tayforth, Whanganui
  • 1911 Lysnar, W. D., Gisborne
  • 1913 List, T. C., New Plymouth
  • 1913 Lysons, E. W. M., New Plymouth
  • 1916 Leatham, H. B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Lond., New Plymouth
  • 1917 Ledingham, T. J., “Montecute,” St. Kilda, Melbourne
  • 1917 List, C. S., Rata Street, Inglewood
  • 1918 Laughton, Rev. J. G., Ruatahuna, viâ Rotorua
  • 1892 *Marshall, W. S., Maungaraupi, Rata
  • 1892 *Major, C. E., 22, Empire Buildings, Swanson Street, Auckland
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  • 1897 Marshall, J. W., Tututotara, Marton
  • 1897 Marshall, H. H., Motu-kowhai, Marton
  • 1907 Minister for Internal Affairs, The Hon., Wellington
  • 1912 Marsden, J. W., Isel, Stoke, Nelson
  • 1915 Mahoney, B. G., c/o C. Mahoney, Esq., Ruatoki, Taneatua
  • 1916 Mitchell, Library, The, Sydney
  • 1917 Marshall, P., M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., Collegiate School, Whanganui
  • 1918 McDonell, A. F., Queen Street, Auckland
  • 1918 Morris, G. N., Resident Commissioner, Niué Island
  • 1918 Missionary Research Library, 25 Maddison Avenue, New York
  • 1895 Ngata, A. T., M.A., M.P., Parliamentary Buildings, Wellington
  • 1900 Newman, W. L., New Plymouth
  • 1902 New York Public Library, Astor Buildings, New York
  • 1906 Newman, Dr. A. K., Hobson Street, Wellington
  • 1894 Partington, J. Edge, F.R.G.S., Wyngates, Burke's Road, Beaconsfield, England.
  • 1907 Public Library, Auckland
  • 1907 Public Library, Wellington
  • 1907 Public Library, Sydney, N.S.W.
  • 1907 Philosophical Institute, The, Christchurch
  • 1907 Postmaster General, The Hon. The, Wellington
  • 1913 Potts, Norman, Opotiki
  • 1914 Parliamentary Library, (the Commonwealth), Melbourne
  • 1917 Patuki, J., Topi, M.L.C., Ruapuke Island, Invercargill
  • 1917 Platts, F. W., Resident Commissioner, Rarotonga Island
  • 1892 *Roy, R. B., Taita, Wellington
  • 1903 Roy, J. B., New Plymouth
  • 1918 Rylands, John, Library Deansgate, Manchester University, England
  • 1918 Rockel, R. H., M.A., Gover Street, New Plymouth
  • 1892 *Smith, W. W., F .E. S. Pukekura Park. New Plymouth
  • 1892 *Smith, F.S., Blenheim
  • 1892 *Smith, M.C., Survey Department, Wellington
  • 1892 *Smith, S. Percy, F.R.G.S., New Plymouth
  • 1892 *Stout. Hon. Sir R.K., K.C.M.G., Chief Justice, Wellington
  • 1892 *Skinner, W.H., Chief Surveyor, Christchurch
  • 1896 Smith, Hon. W. O., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
  • 1904 Smith, H., Guthrie, Tutira, via Napier
  • 1904 Samuel, The Hon. Oliver, M.L.C., New Plymouth
  • 1905 Schultz, Dr. Erich von, late Imperial Chief Justice, Samoa, Motuihi Island, Auckland
  • 1907 Secretary of Education, Wellington
  • 1910 Savage, S., Rarotonga Island
  • 1915 Smith, Alex., c/o W. W. Smith, New Plymouth
  • 1916 Shalfoon, G., Opotiki
  • 1913 Tribe, F. C., Vogeltown, New Plymouth
  • 1915 Thomson, Dr. Allan, M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S., A.O.S.M., Museum, Wellington
  • 1916 Te Anga, Hone Tukere, N.L. Court Office, Whanganui
  • 1917 Tarr, W., Government Printing Office, Nukualofa, Tonga Islands
  • 1918 Trimble, Harold, Inglewood
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  • 1911 Vibaud, Rev. J. M., Hiruharama, Whanganui
  • 1919 Vaile, Hubert E., Queen Street, Auckland
  • 1892 *Williams, Archdeacon H. W., Gisborne
  • 1894 Wilson, A., Hangatiki, Auckland
  • 1896 Williams, F. W., Napier
  • 1896 Wilcox, Hon. G. A., Kauai, Hawaiian Islands
  • 1898 Whitney, James L., Public Library, Dartmouth, Boston, U.S.A.
  • 1902 Webster, W. D., New Plymouth
  • 1903 Walker, Ernest A., M.D., New Plymouth
  • 1910 Wilson, Sir J. G., Bulls
  • 1912 Westervelt, Rev. W. D., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
  • 1914 Waller, Captain W., Moturoa. New Plymouth
  • 1915 Williams, H. B., Turihaua, Gisborne
  • 1915 Wilson, Thos., Captain, New Plymouth
  • 1916 Welsh, R. D., Hawera
  • 1916 White, Percy J. H., New Plymouth
  • 1917 Wheeler, W. J., Inspecting Surveyor, Gisborne
  • 1917 Wilkinson, C. A., M.P., Eltham
  • 1918 Wallace, D. B., Masonic Club, H.M. Arcade, Auckland
  • 1918 Western, T. D., Puketapu, Bell Block, New Plymouth
  • 1918 Wilson, Kenneth, M.A., 92, Rangitikei Street, Palmerston North
  • 1892 *Young, J. L., c/o Henderson and Macfarlane, Auckland
    PRESIDENTS—Past and Present:
  • 1892-1894—H. G. Seth-Smith, M.A.
  • 1895-1896—Right Rev. W. L. Williams, M.A., D.D.
  • 1896-1898—The Rev. W. T. Habens, B.A.
  • 1901-1903—E. Tregear, I.S.O., etc.
  • 1904-1919—S. Percy Smith, F.R.G.S.
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THE following is the List of Societies, etc., etc., to which the JOURNAL is sent, and from most of which we receive exchanges:—

  • Anthropologie, Société d', 15 Rue Ecole de Medicin, Paris
  • Anthropologia, Societa, Museo Nazionale di Anthropologia, Via Gino Capponi, Florence, Italy
  • Anthropologie, Ecole d', 15 Rue Ecole de Medicin, Paris
  • Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, 5 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
  • American Oriental Society, 245, Bishop Street, Newhaven, Conn., U.S.A.
  • American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
  • American Museum of Natural History, Washington
  • Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1, Park Street, Calcutta
  • Anthropological Department, University of The Philippines, Manilla.
  • Bataviaasch Genootschap, Batavia, Java
  • Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institute, Washington
  • Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Honolulu, H. I.
  • Canadian Institute, Ottawa, Canada
  • Canadian Department of Mines, Ottawa, Canada
  • Dominion Museum, Wellington
  • Ethnological Survey, Manilla, Philippine Islands
  • Fijian Society, The, Suva, Fiji Islands
  • General Assembly Library, Wellington (two copies)
  • Géographic, Société de, de Paris, Boulevard St. Germain, 184, Paris
  • Geographical Society, The American, Broadway, at 156th Street, New York
  • High Commissioner of New Zealand, 13, Victoria Street, Westminster, London
  • Historical Society, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
  • Institute, The New Zealand, Wellington
  • Japan Society, 20, Hanover Square, London, W.
  • Kongl, Vitterhets Historie, och Antiqvitets, Akademen, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Koninklijk Instituut, 14, Van Galenstratt, The Hague, Holland
  • Na Mata, Editor, Suva, Fiji
  • National Museum Library, Washington, U.S.A.
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  • Peabody Museum of Archæology, Harvard University, Cambridge, U.S.A.
  • Philippines, Bureau of Science, Manilla
  • Queensland Museum, Brisbane, Queensland
  • Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London, S. W.
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, Brisbane
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, c/o G. Collingridge, Waronga, N.S.W.
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, 70 Queen Street, Melbourne
  • Royal Society, Burlington House, London
  • Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain, The, 50, Great Russell Street, London, W. C.
  • Royal Society of New South Wales, 5, Elizabeth Street, Sydney
  • Royal Colonial Institute, The, Northumberland Avenue, London
  • Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, Adelaide
  • Smithsonian Institute, Washington
  • Société Neuchateloise de Geographie, Switzerland
  • Société d'Etudes Oceanienne, Tahiti Island
  • Tokyo Imperial University, Tokyo, Japan
  • University of California, Library Exchange Department, Berkeley, California
  • University Museum, 33d and Spence Streets, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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From Java—

  • Bataviaasch Genootschap.

From England—

  • Royal Colonial Institute
  • John Rylands Library, Manchester
  • Royal Geographical Society
  • Royal Anthropological Institute

From The Philippine Islands—

  • The Philippine Bureau of Science

From America—

  • Smithsonian Institution
  • American Geographical Society
  • American Philosophical Society
  • United States National Museum
  • American Oriental Society
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of California
  • American Bureau of Anthropology
  • Carnegie Institution, Washington

From Switzerland—

  • Société Neuchateloise de Géographie

From Fiji—

  • The Editor, ‘Na Mata’
  • The Fijian Society

From Australia—

  • The Australian Museum
  • The Commonwealth Government
  • Royal Geographical Society, South Australia branch
  • Public Library, Victoria

From Hawaiian Islands—

  • Pauahi Bishop's Museum
  • Hawaiian Agricultural Experiment Station

From France—

  • Société d'Anthropology de Paris
  • Société de Géographie
  • Ecole d'Anthropologie de Paris

From Holland—

  • Koninklijk Instituut

From New Zealand—

  • The New Zealand Institute

From Italy—

  • Societa Italiana D'Anthropologia

From Tahiti—

  • Société d'Etudes Oceaniainne de Tahiti

From Ed. Tregear, The Rev. Père H. Audran, Elsdon Best, W. W. Smith, Capt.

  • W. Waller, W. Churchill, W. M. Borge, B. Glanvill Corney, and S. Percy Smith

From W. L. Newman and S. Percy Smith—Admiralty and other Charts.