Volume 30 1921 > Index to Vol. XXX, p 265-268
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INDEX TO VOL. XXX.
  • A new theory of Polynesian origins. By Roland P. Dixon, Ph. D. (a Review), 79
  • Ancient drains, Kaitaia Swamp, N.Z. By D. M. Wilson, 185
  • Annual Meeting of the Society, i.
  • Annual Report of the Council, i.
  • Aotea harbour, N.Z. Old Maori excavations. Note (No. 309) by A. W. Shield, 262
  • Apakura (of Rarotonga). Story of, 53
  • Arawa Notes. By Geo. Graham, 256
  • Awanui lintel, The. By F. Waite and H. D. Skinner, 246
  • Balance Sheet of the Society for 1920, iv.
  • Banks Peninsula, N.Z. Traditions as to Fairy inhabitants, 150
  • Bayard Dominic Expedition. Note (No. 312) by Editor, 263
  • BEATTIE, H. Mana, as described to him by Mr. Tikao (Ngai-Tahu tribe of N.Z.), 16
  • BLACK, G. T. Maori visitors to Norfolk Island in 1793, 121
  • Borneo. The Tawhiti-nui of Polynesian tradition, 23
  • Canals, or eel cuts. Ancient Maori, 248
  • Clairvoyance among the Polynesians, 119
  • COLLOCOTT, REV. E. E. V. Notes on Tongan religion, 152, 227
  • COWAN, JAMES. The Patu-Paiarehe (New Zealand fairies), 96, 142
  • COWAN, JAMES. Maori tattooing survivals (illus.), 241
  • Culture areas in New Zealand (Maori). By H. D. Skinner, 71
  • DIXON, ROLAND P., Ph. D., etc. “A new theory of Polynesian origins.” Review of, 79
  • Egyptian and Polynesian Customs. Note (308) by J. T. Large, 127
  • Ema restored to life by her son Taaki (or Taw-haki). Rarotonga, 6
  • Ethnology and Archaeology, dealing with Hawaii. Note (313) by H. D. Skinner, 263
  • Exchanges. List of, and publications received, for 1920, xi., xii.
  • Fairies of New Zealand. The Patu-Paiarehe Stories of, 96, 142
  • Fairy tribes of New Zealand. Wars between (Myths), 144
  • Fairy people of New Zealand. Physical description of, and their food and clothing (Myths), 148
  • Fijian Society. Transactions of for 1919. Note (306) on, 126
  • Gods. Individual of the Tongans, 162, 227
  • GRAHAM, GEO. Arawa Notes (N.Z.), 256
  • GRAHAM, GEO. Kava drinking in South America, 254
  • GRAHAM, GEO. The legend of Te Tatua pa. Three Kings, Auckland, N.Z., 164
  • GRAHAM, GEO. Te-Tuhi-a-Manawatere, 252
  • Hawaiian Physical Anthropology and Psychology. Note (314) by H. D. Skinner, 263
  • Hina. A goddess of Polynesia. Myth of, 237
  • Hine-Rangi and Miru the fairy man. Their love story, 97
  • History and Traditions of Rarotonga. By Te Ariki-tara-are, 1, 53, 129, 201
  • Hoa. The power of killing at a distance by sorcery, 182
  • Hongi's armour. Maori account of. Note by the Editor (304), 49
  • Hui-te-Rangiora. Name of a great Whare-kura, or house of learning in Hawaiki, 101
  • Human sacrifice in Tonga, 158
  • Iti, a very ancient name pertaining to the Fatherland of the Polynesians, 4
  • Kaitaia carving, The. Notes on by H. D. Skinner and D. M. Wilson, 91
  • Kaitaia swamp. Ancient drains of. By D. M. Wilson, 185
  • Karakias or incantations for warding off of evil—witchcraft, 183
  • Kava. Its ceremonial presentation at a shrine, and drinking at religious festivals, 156
  • Kava drinking in South America. By Geo. Graham, 254
  • Kumara, procured from Hawaiki by Pou, 40
  • Legend of Te Tatua pa—Three Kings, Auckland, N.Z. By Geo. Graham, 164
  • Lightning. Maori names of three kinds, 16
  • Makutu or witchcraft. The evils of. By S. Percy Smith, 172
  • Man, his first appearance—Creation—at the Tongan group, 154
  • Mana. As described by Tikao of Ngai-Tahu to Mr. H. Beattie, 16
  • Manahune people. The. Note (311) by the Editor, 262
  • Maori visitors to the Norfolk Island in 1793. By G. T. Black, 121
  • Maori tattooing survivals. By James Cowan, 241
  • Maori population of New Zealand. Note (310) by the Editor, 262
  • Marquesan Islands. Legends, 35, 189
  • Maruiwi. A branch of the original people of New Zealand, 251
  • Megalithic monuments in Polynesia, 21
  • Members of the Society. List of, v.
  • Menehune. The original people of the Hawaiian and Society Groups, 81
  • Miru, the fairy man and Hine-Rangi. Story of, 97
  • Miru. One of the presiding goddess' of Hades, and the patron of witchcraft, 173
  • Moriori of the Chatham Islands. Their occupation of, 86
  • Mummified body of Rangi-Tihi of Arawa tribe (N.Z.) tradition of, 256
  • New Caledonia. Sculptured stones of. Note (307) on, 126
  • NEWMAN, WM. L. Late Hon. Secretary and Treasurer of the Society. Obituary notice, 124.
  • New Zealand. Original inhabitants, description of, 85
  • Norfolk Island. Account of Maoris taken there in 1793 to instruct in the preparation of native flax, 121
  • Notes and Queries, 48, 126, 262
  • Nu-roa-ki-Iti. “The tall coconut at Iti.” The way or ladder connecting the earth with heaven, 4
  • Obituary. Hon. Te Heuheu Tukino, M.L.C., and Wm. L. Newman, Hon. Secretary and Treasurer to Society, 124
  • Ohinemutu. Rotorua. Origin of name, 257
  • Patu-Paiarehe (the fairies of N.Z.). By James Cowan, 96, 142
  • Pileni, Santa Cruz Archipelago. Vocabulary of, 103
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  • Pirongia and other mountains and ranges, N.Z., traditional homes of the fairies, 142
  • “Polynesian Origins.” A new theory of. By Roland P. Dixon, Ph. D., etc. Review of, 79
  • Polynesian Linguistics. By Sidney H. Ray, M.A., 28, 103
  • Polynesians, The. Synopsis of their origin, journeying, etc., 21
  • Proceedings of the Society, 51, 128, 199, 264
  • Proverbs, ancient, of the Maori people of Waitemata, Auckland, 164
  • Rangitoto and Te Aroha ranges, N.Z. Traditional home of the fairies, 144
  • Rangitoto Island, Auckland, N.Z. Myths of, 253
  • Rarotonga. History and traditions of. By Te-Ariki-Tara-Ari, 1, 53, 129, 201
  • RAY, SIDNEY H. Polynesian Linguistics, 28, 103
  • Ruaimoko. God of earthquakes, 16
  • Rua-kapanga. Name of bird that carried Pou with the kumara from Hawaiki to New Zealand, 41
  • SKINNER, H. D. Culture areas in New Zealand, 71
  • SKINNER, H. D. Notes on the Kaitaia (N.Z.) carving, 92
  • SKINNER, H. D. The Awanui lintel, 246
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. The Polynesians in Indonesia, 19
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. Review of Prof. Dixon's book, “A new theory of Polynesian origins,” 79
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. The evils of Makutu or witchcraft, 172
  • Sorcery or witchcraft. Power of amongst the Polynesians, 172
  • Stars. The origin of. Maori myth. Editor, 259
  • Stone graves and seats of Polynesia, 22
  • Stone walls or parapets used by Maoris in fortifying their strongholds, 164, 167
  • SULLIVAN, L. R. Measurements made on Natives of Samoa, 263
  • Sumatra. The Tawhiti-roa of Polynesian tradition, 21
  • Sun-worship amongst the Maoris of New Zealand, 24
  • Surf-board. Its use amongst the Maoris. Note by S. Percy Smith, 50
  • Taaki (or Tawhaki). The Rarotongan story of, 1.
  • Taepo, or Taipo. Is it a Maori word? Note on by Edward Tregear, 48
  • Tane. Ancient Rarotongan tradition of his adventures, 201
  • Tangata-Whenua. Original people of New Zealand, 86
  • Tangiia. Ceremonies and festivals, etc., brought by him to Rarotonga from Avaiki, 129
  • Tarapikau. A warrior chief of the Patu-paiarehe, or fairies, of N.Z., 144
  • Tatau-o-te-po. Ancient house for the teaching of witchcraft (Maori), 173
  • Tattooing. An ancient custom among the Tongans, 161
  • Tattooing. Maori Survivals. Notes on by James Cowan, 241
  • Taumako. Santa Cruz Archipelago. A story connected with, 30
  • Tawhirimatea. God of the wind, 16
  • TE ARIKI-TARA-ARE. History and traditions of Rarotonga, 1, 53, 129, 201
  • TE HEUHEU TUKINO. THE HON. Obituary notice, 124
  • Te Memeru. High chief of Upolu, Samoa, 1
  • Temples, ancient, of Tonga. Its priestly ritual. Description of, 155
  • Te Tuhi-a-Manawatere. By Geo. Graham, 252
  • The Polynesians in Indonesia. By S. Percy Smith, 19
  • Tikao (Mr.) of the Ngai-Tahu tribe, N Z., on the ancient Mana of the Maori, 16
  • Tofua, or tuhua, original meaning, a volcano. Note on by F. W. Christian, 49
  • Tongan Religion. Notes on by Rev. E. E. V. Collocott, 152, 227
  • Turanga-Taua of Rarotonga. The story of, 53
  • Ua-uri-raka-moana imparts Mana to her son Taaki (or Tawhaki), 2
  • Visit of Pou to Hawaiki to procure the kumara, 40
  • WAITE, MAJOR F. The Awanui lintel, 246
  • Wai-tokorau. A ceremony for counteracting the effects of witchcraft, 179
  • Whakapapa (Genealogical table). Ngati-Hua-rere tribe, N.Z., 171
  • Whanawhana, a chief of the fairies of N.Z. Story of, 142
  • WILSON, D. M. Ancient drains Kaitaia swamp, 185
  • WILSON, D. M. Notes on the Kaitaia carving, 91
  • Wind. Tawhirimatea, name of the god of, 16
  • Witchcraft, or Makutu. The evils of. By S. Percy Smith, 172
ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOL. XXX.
  • Map of New Zealand, demarking Maori “Culture Areas,” 71
  • Kaitaia Carving found in draining Kaitaia swamp, 91
  • Wm. Litchfield Newman. Late Treasurer and Member of Council of the Polynesian Society, 124
  • Maori Tattooing Survivals. Sketches of Netana Whakaari and Te Karu Moko of the Urewera and Ngai-Tama 241

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