Volume 31 1922 > Index to Vol. XXXI, p 209-214
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- 209 INDEX TO VOL. XXXI.
  • Albino. Maori name for such, “Korakorako,” 40, 194, 196
  • Ancient drains (Maori) North Auckland. By D. M. Wilson. 130
  • Aniwaru, name of Rata's (The Polynesian Ancestor) canoe, 10
  • Annual Meeting of the Society, i.
  • Annual Report of the Council, i.
  • Balance Sheet of Society for 1921, iii.
  • BEATTIE, H. Traditions and legends collected from the Natives of Murihiku (Southland, N.Z.), 134, 193
  • BEST, ELSDON. Wahieroa and Rata, 1
  • BEST, ELSDON. Our late President. An appreciation, 75
  • BEST, ELSDON. A legend of Whiro, 111
  • Bowl, Maori wooden (carved). A type of, illustrated, 182
  • BUCK, DR. P. H. Maori Somatology—Racial Averages, 37, 145, 159
  • BUCK, DR. P. H. A lament for the late S. Percy Smith, 82
  • BUZACOTT, REV. A. Notes on the Tokelau or Union Group—north-east of Samoa, 91
  • Canals and drains. Ancient Maori, 57, 130
  • Chant to start top (spinning). By Geo. Graham, 202
  • CHRISTIAN, F. W. Note on Japanese influence in Micronesia, 154
  • COLLOCOTT, REV. E. E. V. Sending Messages in Santo Island, New Hebrides (Note 316), 64
  • COLLOCOTT, REV. E. E. V. The Speech of Niua Fo'ou, or Hope Island (Tongan Group), 185
  • Creation of Man. Maori Philosophy of, 45
  • Divorce. A reason for in ancient Maoridom, 31
  • Dogs (Maori), description of, 61
  • Dog-skin Cloak. Description of and reference to by early navigators, 59
  • Drains, Ancient Maori. By D. M. Wilson, 130
  • Drains, Ancient Maori, used as eel preserves, 57
  • Exchanges. List of and publications received, X.
  • Eye (human) Comparisons in Colour (Maori Somatology), 41
  • Facial Index (Maori Somatology), 159
  • Fairies (Patupaiarehe). Allusion to their activities and ways, 8, 39, 126, 196
  • Female. Search for by the gods (Maori Myth), 46
  • FLETCHER, REV. H. J. Maori Wise Sayings from Lake Taupo, 29
  • FLETCHER, REV. H. J. The Kaitaia Carving (Note 319), 154
  • FLETCHER, REV. H. J. Ngati-Hotu people (Note 323), 205
  • Frigate-bird. Motive in Massim-Maori Art, 127
  • Genealogical Table (South Island, N.Z.), 193
  • GODING, F. W. Brief notes on some ruins at Guam, Mariana Islands, 50
  • Gods, physical peculiarities of, etc. (Maori), 45
  • Goodenough Island. Information on, 125
  • GRAHAM, GEORGE. Te Ngutu-au, 53
  • GRAHAM, GEORGE. Rua-kopiha, a peculiar type of kumara store-pit, 122
  • GRAHAM, GEORGE. Te Heke-o-nga-toko-toru (The Migration of the three), 190
  • GRAHAM, GEORGE. A chant to start a top (spinning), 202
  • Greenstone (pounamu). A Myth concerning, 196
  • Guam (Mariana or Ladrone Islands). Notes on some ruins at. By F. W. Goding, 50
  • Hair, Maori, various colours of and remarks on, 40, 194
  • HARE HONGI. Words of farewell, lament and tribute to the late Mr. S. Percy Smith, 76
  • Hawaiki. The original home of the Maori, etc.—4th Edition. By S. Percy Smith. A Review of, 85, 203
  • Hawea people, early inhabitants of South Island, N.Z. Information on, 194
  • Heads (human). Maori method of smoking for preserving, 124
  • He Waiata Whaka-tu Potaka (a chant to start a top). By. Geo Graham, 202
  • Hine-hau-one. The first woman, how created. Maori Myth, 46
  • Hope Island (Tongan Group). Speech of, 185
  • Human bones. Origin of their use as spear points and fish hooks (Myth), 13
  • Japanese influence in Micronesia (Note 318). By F. W. Christian, 154
  • JENNESS, D., M.A. “The Northern D'Entrecasteaux.” Review of, 125
  • Kahui-Tipua. An ancient people of the South Island, N.Z. 195
  • Kahui-Rongo. An ancient people of the South Island, N.Z., probably mythical, 195
  • Kaitaia Carving, The. By H. D. Skinner, 57
  • Kaitaia Carving. By Rev. H. J. Fletcher (Note 319), 154
  • Kai-Tahu (Ngai-Tahu) tribe of South Island, N.Z. Information on, 193
  • Kati-Mamoe (Ngati-Mamoe) tribe of South Island, N.Z. Information on, 193
  • Kauiki and Hana traditions—Hawaiian Islands. By H. G. Thrum, 104
  • Kava drinking in South America (Note 315), 64
  • Kava Ceremony in Tonga, A. By Rev. M. A. Rugby Pratt, 198
  • Keppels Island (Niua Tobutabu). Speech of, 185
  • Kiripango, dark skin and straight haired type of Maori, 194
  • Kiritea, brown or coppery skin and dark hair type of Maori, 39, 194
  • Kohirangi, name of a valuable plumage bird of old time, 5
  • Korakorako, light skin, light eyes and whitey hair type of Maori (Albino), 39, 194
  • Kui. A mythical folk (Maori), 196
  • Kumara store-pit. A peculiar type called “Rua-kopiha,” 122
  • Kumara, The. Brought to New Zealand by the Kahui-Rongo people, 195
  • Kumete-Maori bowls, carved, with illustrations, 182
  • LARGE, MAJOR, J. T. Note on Whiro (325), 205
  • LEVERD, A. Polynesian Linguistics, Loyalty Islands, 95
  • LEVERD, A. Polynesian Linguistics, New Hebrides, 171
  • Lonomuku. She leaps to the moon and remains hung up there (Hawaiian Myth), 105
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  • Maeroero. An ancient people of the South Island, N.Z. Probably mythical, 195
  • Manu-korihi. Name of old-time Polynesian leader, 2
  • Manu-Korihi. Journeys to Pariroa on a great adventure, 3
  • Maori Somatology—racial averages. By Dr. P. H. Buck, D.S.O., 37, 145, 159
  • Maori Philosophy of Life and Matter, The. Translated by S. Percy Smith, 45
  • Maori dog-skin cloakes, A summary of early voyagers' remarks on such. By G. J. Black, 59
  • Maori carved wooden bowl. A type of. By H. D. Skinner, 182
  • Maori spirals in carving, 127
  • Maori wise sayings (proverbs) from Lake Taupo, N.Z. By Rev. H. J. Fletcher, 29
  • Maui, the Polynesian hero, or demi-god. Reference to, 93
  • Members of the Society. List of, iv.
  • Messages in Santo Island, New Hebrides (sending). Note 316. By Rev. E. E. V. Collocott, 64
  • Mutilation of fingers. Note 320. By H. D. Skinner, 154
  • Nasal index. Maori Somatology, 168
  • Nepia Pohuhu. His teaching of the Maori philosophy of life and matter, 45
  • New Hebrides. Some account of its people and language, 171
  • Ngati-Hotu people. Note 323. By Rev. H. J. Fletcher, 205
  • Nga-Puhi tribe of North Auckland, N.Z. South Island tradition of, 196
  • Ngati-Mamoe (Kati-Mamoe) tribe of South Island, N.Z. Information on, 193
  • Ngai-Tahu (Kai-Tahu) tribe of South Island, N.Z. Information on, 193
  • Ngati-Tokorakau. Name of old-time Polynesian tribe, 7
  • Niua Fo'ou, or Hope Island, Tongan Group. The speech of. By Rev. E. E. V. Collocott, 185
  • Nose-pin among the Maoris. Note 324. By H. D. Skinner, 205
  • Notes and Queries, 64, 154, 205
  • Obituary. Dr. W. H. R. Rivers, 87
  • Obituary. Frank Stephenson Smith, 204
  • Occupation of South Island, N.Z. Order of, 194
  • Origin of using human bones for fish hooks and bird spear points, 13
  • Pa-hiri He waiata whaka-tu-Potaka. A chant to start a top, 202
  • Pariroa. A place name of ancient Polynesia, 2
  • Patupaiarehe (Fairies). Reference to in Maori myths, 8, 38, 126, 196
  • Philosophy (Maori) of Life and Matter, 45
  • Pohatuparimurimu. Name of great battle fought in distant Polynesian times, 195
  • Polynesian Linguistics, Loyalty Islands. By A. Leverd, 95
  • Polynesian Linguistics, New Hebrides. By A. Leverd, 171
  • Polynesian Migrations. Reference to, 103, 177, 178
  • PRATT, REV. M. A. RUGBY. A Kava Ceremony in Tonga, 198
  • Proceedings of the Society, 65, 90, 157, 207
  • Proverbs and wise sayings from Lake Taupo, N.Z. By Rev. H. J. Fletcher, 29
  • Pyramids, on Tinian, Mariana or Ladrone Islands, 51
  • Racial averages, Maori Somatology. By Dr. P. H. Buck, 37, 145, 159
  • Rakaihautu. A celebrated ancestor of the southern tribes of New Zealand. Extended genealogical tables decending from. Collected by Herries Beattie, 193
  • Rapuwai people, early inhabitants of South Island, N.Z. Traditions of, 194
  • Rarotonga. Continued communication with New Zealand in early times, 56
  • Rata (Rata-ware) and Wahieroa. A Polynesian tradition, 1
  • Rivers, Dr. W. H. R. Obituary notice of, 87
  • Rock shelter painting, Goodenough Island, 128
  • ROGERS, L. S. Note 322. On the occurrence of Maori ovens (umus) inland Otago, 155
  • Rua-kopiha, or kumara store-pit. By George Graham, 122
  • Ruatamore, a division of the original inhabitants of the North Island, N.Z., 112
  • San Cristoval (Melanesia). Carved wooden bowl (illustrated), 183
  • Skin colour, human, variations in (Maori Somatology), 38
  • SKINNER, H. D. The Kaitaia Carving, 57
  • SKINNER, H. D. An appreciation of the late S. Percy Smith, 84
  • SKINNER, H. D. “The Northern D'Entrescasteaux.” A Review, 125
  • SKINNER. H. D. Mutilation of fingers. (Note 320), 154
  • SKINNER, H. D. Method of flaking stone (Note 321), 155
  • SKINNER, H. D. A type of Maori carved wooden bowl. Illustrated, 182
  • SKINNER, H. D. Nose-pin among the Maoris (Note 324), 205
  • SKINNER, W. H. Memoir of the late S. Percy Smith, 67
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. Maori Philosophy of Life and Matter. Tranlation, 45
  • Smith, S. Percy, The late. Appreciation of his life and work, 67 to 86
  • SMITH, S. PERCY. A note on the Tokelau or Union Group, 91
  • Smith, S. Percy, The late. Appreciation of his work and administration on Niue Island by the Niue Council, 203
  • Smith, Frank Stephenson. Obituary notice of, 204
  • Somatology—Maori. By Dr. P. H. Buck. D.S.O., 37, 145, 159
  • South Island of N.Z. Races inhabiting and order of occupation, 194
  • Spirals. Carving in Maori decorative art, probable origin, 127
  • Stone-flaking. Method of. Note 321. By H. D. Skinner, 155
  • Tauwhanga, or Tahumaero. Name of battle field of ancient Polynesia, 6
  • Tawhiti-roa. A place name of ancient Polynesia, 2
  • Tawhiti, name of canoe in which Whiro-te-tipua voyaged to N.Z. from the Central Pacific, 116
  • Tawirimatea, personified form of winds, 13
  • Te Awa-taranga, name of large river and district of early Polynesia, 4
  • Te Heke-o-Nga-toko-toru. The migration of the three. By Geo. Graham, 190
  • Te Ngutu-au. By Geo. Graham, 53
  • Te Rangi Hiroa. He tangi mo te Mete, 80
  • “The Home of the Maori, Hawaiki,” 4th Edition. By S. Percy Smith. Review of, 203
  • “The Northern D'Entrecasteaux.” By D. Jenness, M.A., and the late Rev. A. Ballantyne. A Review of by H. D. Skinner, 125
  • THRUM, T. G. Kauiki and Hana Traditions, Hawaiian Islands, 104
  • Tinian. Marian or Ladrone Islands. Ancient ruins, 50
  • Toi voyages in the ‘Oumatini’ canoe to Rarotonga from New Zealand, 56
  • Tokelau or Union Group. A note on the. By S. Percy Smith, 91
  • Top (spinning). Maori Waiata or Chant to start game with, 202
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  • Traditions and Legends of the Natives of Murihiku, Southland, N.Z. By. H. Beattie, 134, 193
  • TREGEAR, EDWARD. Memoir of the late S. Percy Smith, 71
  • Tura. A contemporary of Whiro-te-tupua. Circe 1270 A.D.? 111
  • Tutumaiao. A mythical folk, Maori, 196
  • Umus, ovens. Notes on the occurence of in inland Otago, N.Z. Note 322. By L. S. Rogers, 155
  • Union, or Tokelau Group. Note on bv S. Percy Smith, 91
  • Uruao. Name of canoe to bring the first Maoris to N.Z. Southern tradition, 195
  • Urukehu—ginger hair type of Maori, 40, 194
  • Urumawhatu—dark skin and curly hair type of Maori, 194
  • Uvea Island—Loyalty Islands. Polynesian language of. By A. Leverd, 95
  • Volcanic fire, Mahuika, father of Maui connected with, Polynesian Myth, 93
  • Voyages. Early Polynesian, reference to, 14, 55, 103, 177
  • Wahieroa and Rata. A tradition of early Polynesia. By Elsdon Best, 1
  • Wahieroa and Rata. Reference to, 196
  • Waitaha people. Early inhabitants of the South Island, N.Z., 194
  • Warahoe. A red-haired ancestor of the Ure-wera tribe of New Zealand, 40
  • Whakapapa—Genealogical tables, 116, 193
  • Whakarau. A chief of Te Pariroa. An old time Polynesian story, 2
  • Whiro-te-tipua. A legend of. By Elsdon Best, 111
  • Whiro-te-tipua. He flees from the revenge of his brother Hourangi at Tahiti and voyages to New Zealand, 115
  • Whiro. Hiro or Iro of central Polynesia. Note 325. By Major J. T. Large, 205
  • Whiti-anaunau. A place name of ancient Polynesia, possibly in Fiji? 2
  • Whitikau. A place name of ancient Polynesia in Fiji? 1
  • WILSON, D. M. Ancient Maori drains, North Auckland, 130
  • Wise sayings—proverbs—of the Maoris of Lake Taupo. By Rev. H. J. Fletcher, 29
ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOL. XXXI.
  • The late S. Percy Smith, Founder and President of the Polynesian Society, 67, 75
  • Ueva Island and neighbouring Islets of the Loyalty Group. Map of, 94
  • Rua-Kopiha. A peculiar type of Kumara Store-pit, 123
  • A type of Maori and Solomon Islands (San Cristoval) large carved wooden bowl, 182, 183

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