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- 389 INDEX TO VOL. 34.
  • A'alua, in Samoan legend of creation, 127.
  • Aana, Upolu, origin of name, 129.
  • Acheson, F. O. V., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Admiralty Islands, fixing feathers on apron, 244.
  • Afa'ese. See Saumani Afa'ese.
  • after-life, beliefs regarding, 365.
  • Ahaali, Maui, sacred birth-place, 33.
  • aho, Maori term for weft, 69.
  • aho patahi, Maori clothing technique, 61.
  • aho poka, in shaping garment, 100.
  • aho ponapona, knotted cord for sending messages, 306 note.
  • aho rua, Maori term for two-pair weft, 68.
  • aho tami, Maori term for covering weft, 104.
  • aitua. See omens.
  • Akaaka-nui, a Maori season, 305.
  • Akea. See Wakea.
  • Amphibola crenata, at Korekore pa, N.Z., 3.
  • Ana, in name Aana, Upolu, 129.
  • Anaha, Arawa carver, 281, 289.
  • Ana-whakairo, Te, a cave where carving was preserved, 257.
  • Andersen, J. C., on Polynesian Society, Council, 1925, i; joint editor, 96.
  • Angas, G. F., Maori carving, 281.
  • annihilation after death, 374.
  • anthropology, study of, Smith, G. Elliot, 185.
  • Ao-matangi, descendant of Tahuhu, 177.
  • Apia, origin of name, 131.
  • Apolima, origin of name, 130.
  • apron. See maro.
  • ara whanui a Tane (the broad path of Tane), 368, 370.
  • Arai, Te, landing place of Moe-kakara canoe, 177.
  • Arawa, burning of, 292, 307.
  • Arawa, name given to Ngati-Ohomai-rangi tribe, 295.
  • Arinane, cannibal brother of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 37.
  • Arismai, carried off wives of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 57.
  • Arohana, Te, carved figure, 278.
  • Arosi dictionary, printing of, 96.
  • artifacts of unknown use, 273, 385.
  • aruhe, varieties of, 303.
  • assent betokened by clutch, 301.
  • astronomy and astrology, Malay, 383.
  • Asuisui, rock on which Sina sang, 132.
  • atamiro, in Melbourne Museum, 363.
  • Ate-a-kura, conquest of Kawerau, 22.
  • Atea. See Wakea.
  • Atua, of Upolu, origin of name, 129.
  • atua. See Oro.
  • Aumonier, W., wood-carving, 288.
  • Austral Islands, head-dress, 29.
  • Awa. See Ngati-Awa.
  • Awakino, residence of Uru-te-kakara, 295.
  • awe, essence of spirit, 374, 376. See also hamano, kehua, wairua.
  • axe, in proverb, Tonga, 212.
  • Badagas, fire-walking, 222.
  • Balneavis, H. R. H., on Polynesian Society Council, 1925, i.
  • Barwell, J. L., elected to Polynesian Society, 191.
  • basketry, affinity of technique to clothing, 61.
  • Beasley, H. G. life member Polynesian Society, 191.
  • beauty, Maori appreciation, 296.
  • bed screened off in Maori house, 376.
  • Bell, N. M., elected to Polynesian Society, 95.
  • Beltane fire, 221.
  • Bernice P. Bishop Museum, co-operation with, ii.. iii.
  • Best, E., character of Kaingaroa country, 361; dressing of wood in carving, 288; Maori technique of maro, 62; on Polynesian Society Council, 1925, i.; proverb relating to carving, 281.
  • Betinaoa, wife of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • “bias,” objection to term in Maori technique, 100.
  • Binsted, H., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Bird, W., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • bird-totemism, Polynesia, 25.
  • birds. See cuckoo, kakapo, kiwi, moa, owl, rail.
  • birth, superstitions, 52; tapu of, 297, 298, 312, 313.
  • Blackley, S., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • boundaries, definition of, Samoa, 125.
  • bow and arrow in New Zealand, 267.
  • Brigham, W. T., fixing feathers to Hawaiian cloaks, 240.
  • British Guiana, fixing feathers to garments, 245.
  • British Museum, free copies of Journal, Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Brown, A. R.. Sydney Chair of Anthropology, 387.
  • Brown, J. M., The riddle of the Pacific, 260.
  • Buchanan, Sir W., death, iv.
  • Buck, P. H. See Rangi Hiroa, Te.
  • Buddle, H. D., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Bukotala, pool in, 212.
  • Buller, W., Maori carving, 285.
  • Bulokonari, brother of wives of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • Bulotu displaced Vanua Alewa, 272.
  • Bulow, von, origin of name Apia, 131.
  • burial. See burial-chest, burial-place, canoe-coffin, cave-burial, dead, and sea-burial.
  • burial-chest, Melbourne Museum, 363; Moriori, 180.
  • burial-places at Korekore pa, 17.
  • Calvaria at Boskop, 382.
  • Campbell, J., te toka-tu-whenua in Cornwall Park, 176.
  • Campbell, T. D. See Jones, F. W.
  • cannibalism, Raumati eaten, 295, 309.
  • canoe, at Kaingaroa, 357; types of prow with figures, 359. See also Arawa, Kurahaupo, Moe-kakara, Te Rona-waiwai.
  • canoe-coffin of Oceania, 371.
  • cape. See rain-cape.
  • cardinal points. See Tahu-makakanui.
  • cartridge-former, Maori name, 282.
  • carving: fire used, 289; grotesque figures, 289; human form badly represented, 289, 290; origin of carving, 283, 284; pierced carving, 287; tools used, 285. See also burial-chest, house, rock-shelter, whakairo.
  • carving, Maori, main features, Firth, 277.
  • carvings: concealed from enemies, 281; lizard only animal depicted, 289; at Kaingaroa, 356; at Korekore, 14; at Waverley, 252.
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  • cave-burial, in Oceania, 371, 372, 374.
  • cave carvings, near Waverley, 252.
  • cave paintings, South Canterbury and Chatham Islands, preservation, 96.
  • caves as entrance to netherworld, 371-72.
  • Chapman, M., death, 388.
  • charms, Maori: averting evil, 303; general, 298, 312; repeated over dart, 297, 299, 311, 313. See also karakia. Solomon Islands, sleep-charm, 58.
  • Chatham Island, burial-chest, 180.
  • chipped tools, 381.
  • chisels, in carving, 287.
  • Christian, F. W., donation of Guam grammar, 190; on karaka of Mangaia, 94.
  • circle and oval ornamentation in cloaks, 326.
  • cloak, Maori. See tag-cloak, war-cloak, dogskin cloak, mahiti cloak, huaki cloak, paepaeroa cloak.
  • cloth measure, Tongan, 209.
  • clothing, Maori. See Maori clothing.
  • coconut, origin (mythical), 259; in Samoa, 132, 142, 146.
  • coconut-leaf, in proverb, Tonga, 212.
  • coffin. See burial-chest.
  • coffin, Maori, modern, found near Tawata, 254.
  • Collet, W., elected member Polynesian Society, 388.
  • Collins, R. J. G., elected member Polynesian Society, 388.
  • Collocott, E. E. V., Tongan vocabulary, 146, 193.
  • colours, in taniko borders, 70, 78.
  • Coming of the Maori, The (review), 379.
  • conch, in Peru, 270.
  • Cook Islands, ethnological survey, 387.
  • Corney, B. G., discoveries in Pacific, 261.
  • counting. See numeration.
  • courage, in proverb, Tonga, 213.
  • creation, Samoan legend of, 126.
  • cuckoo, myths concerning, 170.
  • Dalrymple, A., discovery of southern continent by Fernandez, 261-62.
  • Dampier, W., discoveries in Pacific, 261.
  • dance. See haka.
  • dart, magic, 299.
  • dart-throwing, contest of Whare-matangi, 299.
  • Davis, E., voyage in Pacific, 261.
  • dead: images of, 377; sent adrift, 371.
  • death: and setting sun, 368, 369; beliefs and customs in Oceania, 365.
  • degeneracy in Maori, cause, 178.
  • degradation of enemy, Maori, 295.
  • Dieffenbach, E., erred in describing making of garment, 113.
  • dog's-hair tassels, fixation, 247.
  • dogskin cloak, Maori, technique, with illustrations, 111, 121, Plate 29 (p. 64), Plate 33 (p. 88).
  • dogskin strips in cloaks, 248.
  • donations. See Polynesian Society: donations.
  • Donnelly, I., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Downes, T. W., incised designs in cave near Waverley, 252; triangular teeth among Maori, 182.
  • dress-cape, with tags (with illustrations), 223.
  • Dunn, E. J., ethnological collection, 272.
  • East Cape Maori and carving, 281.
  • Easter Island: head-dress, 29; review of books by J. M. Brown and Mrs. Routledge, 260; script, ignorance regarding, 265; statues, conflicting statements, 263-64; vocabulary, few records of, 267.
  • Eastwood, R. J., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • eating carefully, in proverb, Tonga, 212. edging of cloaks, 327.
  • eel and Sina, Samoa, 132, 142; New Guinea, 259.
  • Ellison, E. P., elected to Polynesian Society, 191.
  • Eru Maihi, Ngati-Whatua history, 177.
  • Entelea arborescens, dart made from, 299.
  • eoliths, Central Australia, 381.
  • Eua, hole in, caused by Maui, 211; pool stolen from, 212.
  • exchanges. See Polynesian Society: exchanges.
  • Faasaleleaga, origin of name, 131.
  • Fairbrother, —., Fambumu and his wives, 36.
  • Falelima, in story of Saumani turtle, 135.
  • Fale-o-le-fe'e, modern nature of, 267.
  • Falepuga, origin of name, 140.
  • Faleula, in story of Pule, 138.
  • Fambumu, noted warrior, etc., Solomon Island, 36.
  • Fare-ti, fire-walking at, 219.
  • fat of moa, exudation from koromiko, 172.
  • Fatuosofia, another name of Mulifanua, 139.
  • feathers: attachment to garments, Maori, 223, 236; Hawaiian, 240; Samoan, 242-43; other places, 244-45; attached in threes, 237.
  • featherwork, Polynesian, Stokes, 24.
  • Feeata, wife of Vaasilifiti, 130.
  • Feenaga, wife of Vaasilifiti, 130.
  • Felemea, pool in, 212.
  • female element, employment of, 301.
  • Fernandez, Juan, reported discovery of southern continent, 261.
  • Fetoloai, Samoa, origin of name, 136.
  • Field, A. C., carvings in cave near Waverley, 254.
  • Fiji: early history in Hakluyt Society publication, 259; in Samoan legend of Laufafa, 130; in Samoan story of Sina and eel, 132.
  • fire-walking: connected with sun, 219, 221; in Eastern Pacific, 214; object of, 222; references to in Journal, Polynesian Society, 216.
  • Firth, R. W., Korekore pa, 1.
  • Firth, R. G., stone artifact of unknown use, 273.
  • Fisher, V. F., elected to Polynesian Society, 96.
  • fish-traps, Maori, technique, 62, Pl. 27.
  • Fitimaupologa, lover of Samoanagalo, 140.
  • flaked tools, 381.
  • floor-mats, Maori technique, 92.
  • flute, in Peru, 270.
  • fly-catcher (bird), assists Fambulu Solomon Islands, 54-5.
  • Foilai (Sail Rock), Fambumu confined on, Solomon Islands, 53.
  • folk-tales, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • Fornander, A., dates of settlement of Hawaii, etc., 31.
  • Fotu, abbrev. of Samoa-ua-fotu, 130.
  • Fox, C. E., Arosi dictionary, printing, 96.
  • friendship in proverb, Tonga, 213.
  • fringes, ornamental, in cloaks, 332.
  • Fuata, chiefs of Matafagatele district, 143.
  • Fuga, a chief of Safata, Samoa, 142.
  • Fune, son of Feenaga, 130.
  • Futi, ancestor of Samoanagalo, 139.
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  • Gaegaemalae, Samoa. See Puna.
  • game lafo, in proverb, Tonga, 211.
  • games, dart-throwing, 299.
  • gannet rookery, Oaia, 3.
  • ghosts, beliefs regarding, 365.
  • gifts, camouflaged barter, 231.
  • girdles of royalty, 25.
  • Graham, Geo., Kawerau tribe history, 19.
  • Graham, G., Te toka-tu-whenua, 175.
  • greeting, a maori form of, 304, 318.
  • Grey, Sir G., proverbs relating to carving, 281.
  • Gudgeon, W. E., Tonga-whiti folk, 386.
  • Guginangibulu, should be Guguinaquibulu.
  • Guguinaquibulu, mother of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36, 42, 50.
  • gum of bread-fruit used in Marquesas, 242.
  • gum of flax used by Maori, 237.
  • Gunginangibulu, should be Guguinaquibulu.
  • Gwaibumu, brother of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • Ha'aho the pool, in proverb, 212.
  • Haho established sacred birth-place on Maui, 33.
  • hair-cutting, Solomon Islands, 37.
  • haka, danced by Hineruhi, 295.
  • Hakia, grandson of Tangi-manu-rau, 183.
  • Hakuturi. See Tini-o-te-Hakuturi.
  • half-hitch weft, 85; distribution, 87-8.
  • Hall, H. N., taiaha and oratory, 271.
  • hamano, essence of spirit, 374, 376.
  • Hamburg University added to list of exchanges, 276.
  • Hamilton, A.: design in Maori art, 290; nature of rock-carvings, 361-62; unusual Maori weft technique, 85-86.
  • Hamilton. H.: Kaingaroa carvings, 356; remarks on White's MS. regarding moa, 173.
  • Hari Wahanui, killed at Te Maire, 183.
  • Hatauira, in genealogy, 307.
  • Hatupatu (Ha-tupatu), form of name 306, note 1.
  • Hau. See Ngati-Hau.
  • hau of a tuahu, 178.
  • Haumoe-wharangi, attacked Kawerau, 22.
  • Hauparoa, brother of Kura-tapiri-rangi, 297.
  • Hau-tupatu, caused cliff to fall, 295.
  • Hawaiian Islands: feather helmets, 30; girdles, 25.
  • Hawaiki as spiritland, 367.
  • Havdon, E., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • head used as tekoteko at latrine, 295.
  • head-dress, feather: North and South Polynesia, 28; two types, 241.
  • hell, mis-use of term, 373.
  • helmets, feather, North and South Polynesia, 28.
  • Hema, and feather-girdle of Kahiki, 27.
  • Hemoata. See Ngati-Te-Hemoata.
  • Here-pipiri o Mawhera, a season, 303, 317.
  • Herring, W. T., elected to Polynesian Society, 191.
  • hieke, rain cloak, 227.
  • Hika-ororoa, in genealogy of Rakaihaitu, 386 note.
  • Hikurangi pa, Kawerau, 21.
  • Hina-te-A'apu, priestess of Huahine, 221.
  • Hine-matakawe, in genealogy, 307.
  • Hine-matangi, possible daughter of Ngarue, 297.
  • Hineruhi, sister of Ngarue, 295, 307 note.
  • Hine-titama, referred to by Ngarue, 298, 307 note.
  • Hiro, and fire-walking, 219.
  • Hodgkins, W. J. P., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Holdsworth, J., resignation from Polynesian Society, 276.
  • homeland of Polynesian, 369.
  • Horonuku-atea, weapon of Hiniruhi, 295.
  • Hos characteristics (note), 384.
  • Hotorangi, a singer in the dance of Uru-te-kakara, 296.
  • Hotumamoe, in genealogy of Rakaihaitu (note), 386.
  • Hotunui, carved house, 280, 283.
  • Hoturoa, in carved house, 278.
  • houama, dart made of, 299.
  • house: general details of carved house, 277; mauri of house as a stone, 293, 307.
  • houses: named, 278, 279, 280; sleeping place of chief screened off, 376.
  • Hovell, S. M., elected to Polynesian Society, 388.
  • Huahine, fire-walking at, 219.
  • huaki cloak, insert in with illustrations, 110, 111.
  • Huatau, disposal of Te toka-tu-whenua 178.
  • Huggins, H. A., treasurer, Polynesian Society, 1925, i.
  • Huikai, Te, relative of Raumati, 296.
  • Huirua, house of Ngarue, 303.
  • Huka-moana, house of Hau-tupatu, 300.
  • human sacrifice, at royal investiture, Tahiti, 26.
  • Hutchins, S. J., elected to Polynesian Society, 388.
  • Huxley Memorial Medal, 1924, 273.
  • Ila in name Tutuila, 129.
  • immaculate conception, 376.
  • implements: adorned with carving, 282, 283; used by wood-carvers, 285. See also mata kautete.
  • incantation. See karakia. “insert,” objection to term, 101.
  • inserts in shaping garments, 100; wedge shaped, 112, 118.
  • Jack, G., on wood-carving. 279-80.
  • Johnson, H. D., death, iv.
  • Jones, F. W., stone circles, Australia, 382.
  • Jones, F. W., and T. D. Campbell, eoliths of Central Australia, 381.
  • Jones, W. W., resignation from Polynesian Society, 95.
  • Kahu (Kahu-rerewau), of Taumarunui, 183.
  • kahu waero, cloak ornamented with dog's hair, 247.
  • kahuki, wefts in taniko work, 74.
  • Kahungunu, in carved house, 278.
  • Kaingaroa carvings, Hamilton, 356.
  • kaitaka. See paepaeroa cloak.
  • Kaituna, a stream where the Arawa lay, 294.
  • kakapo, as a food-storer, 170.
  • Kamilaroi and white (note), 384.
  • karaka: as name of nut-bearing trees, 94; tree of Mangaia, 94.
  • karakia (first lines), Maori: E rere te hau whenua, 312.
  • Homai taku teka ko Tiritiri o Matangi, 313.
  • Manawa mai ai te putanga a te ariki, 178.
  • karakia (first lines), Ra iatea:
  • E te mau tino e tei faaauahi i'te, 215.
  • karakia (first lines), Tahiti:
  • E tapea na te rima i te rau-ti a parau ai, 216.
  • See also songs.
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  • Karangahape, owner of Te Ronawaiwai, 294.
  • kau, form of numeration, 210.
  • Kauae-o-rangi, fight at Te Maire, 183
  • Kauea, Te, invasion of Kaipara, 20.
  • Kauwhangaroa, wife of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • Kawerau tribe, history, 19.
  • Kawerau-moko-torea, history, 20.
  • Kawharu, raids by, 21.
  • kehua and wairua, difference in meaning, 376.
  • Kennedy, D. G., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Kete-ana-taua, Te, quarrels with Ngai-Tahuhu, 177.
  • kilt, Maori: technique of weft, etc., Plate 30 (p. 65), Plate 33 (p. 88); goring in, illus., 99, 107; insert in, illus., 99, 107; waist bands, Plate 42 (p. 329).
  • kiwi, feather cloak, 236.
  • Knapp, F. V., classification of artifacts, 285-86.
  • Kohi River, old pa at mouth of, 256.
  • kohiku, a garment whilst being made, 339.
  • koimutu, cloak ornamentation, 324-25.
  • Korekore pa, 1.
  • korirangi, tag-cloak, 235.
  • korowai, tag-cloak, 232.
  • Kotahitanga, Te, names of parts in carving, 289.
  • Kraemer, A., Malanggane von Tombara, notice, 93.
  • kuira, not genuine Maori, 325.
  • Kuiti, Te, carved house at, 278.
  • Kukaniloko, sacred birth-place, Oahu, 33.
  • kumara-god, te toka-tu-whenua, 175.
  • Kura a Tangaroa, stone marking sacred spot of house, 293, 307.
  • kura hau awatea, solar halo, 307 note.
  • Kurahaupo, canoe of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • Kura-tapiri-rangi, Te, wife of Raumati, 295; genealogy and Maori version, 307.
  • Kura-i-monoa, Te, visited by heavenly being, 376.
  • kurupatu ornament on Maori cloak, 65.
  • kurupatu, neck fringe on cape, 335.
  • kutakuta. See Scirpus lacustris.
  • Lafai, son of Feeata, 130.
  • Lagan, P. J., elected to Polynesian Society, 191.
  • lalago, poisonous leaves, 143.
  • Laloata, origin of name, 143.
  • land, boundaries of, Samoan, 125.
  • language, figurative, Maori, 297, 298, 301, 311, 312, 315. See also linguistics, whakatauki.
  • lark's head opening in weft, Maori cloaks, 67.
  • Latuivai, son of Tuitoga, 141.
  • Laufafa-e-toga, came to Samoa from Tonga, 130.
  • laughing-teeth taniko pattern, Fig. 33 (p. 83).
  • Lauifia, ancestor of Samoanagalo, 139.
  • Lautala, named districts in Savai'i, 131.
  • Leafgau, pursued wives of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 43.
  • Leafmai, cousin of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 41.
  • Leafmana, brother of Leafmai, Solomon Islands, 50.
  • legs, thin, in proverb, 213.
  • Le-itu-o-fafine, a district of Savai'i, 131.
  • Le-itu-o-tane, a district of Savai'i, 131.
  • Lemuria, existence of, 260.
  • lengthening of wefts and warps, 339.
  • Leonard, H. T., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Lesa (Lesa-nanala), companion of Samoanagalo, 140.
  • “Life After Death in Oceania,” review, 365.
  • Ling Roth H. See Roth, H. Ling.
  • Linguistic Society of America added to list of exchanges, 276.
  • linguistics—
  • Arosi, publication of dictionary, 96.
  • Maori, original Maori of the burning of the Arawa, 307.
  • Ra'iatea, karakia used during fire-walking, 215.
  • Samoa, original Samoan of Sina and the eel; Stuebel's version, 143; Nelson's revision, 144.
  • Tonga, karakia used during fire-walking, 216; vocabulary, 146.
  • Linton, R., pa'eku'a head-dress, 242; pavahina, making of, 248.
  • Lintott, F., elected to Polynesian Society, 388.
  • lizard, in carving, 289.
  • loop ornament in cloaks, with plates and figures, 322.
  • luagalau, origin of titular name, 137.
  • Lupe, in Samoan creation of man, 127.
  • McKenzie, A., elected to Polynesian Society, 95.
  • McKenzie, S., elected to Polynesian Society, 191.
  • Magiagi, in story of Sina and eel, 143.
  • magic, causing fall of cliff, 292, 295, 309.
  • magic dart of Whare-matangi, 297.
  • mahiti cloak, Maori technique, 65.
  • Mahurangi, Kawerau at 23.
  • Mair, G., building of Hotunui, 280-81.
  • Maire, Te, old fight at, 183.
  • Makau-rau, carved house, 279.
  • Maketu, burning of Arawa, 294.
  • Maki, invasion of Kaipara, 21.
  • Malaga-ma-alii, a Samoan chief, in proverbial saying, 136.
  • Malamagaga'e, in Samoan creation of man, 127.
  • Malamagagaifo, in Samoan creation of man, 127.
  • “Malanggane von Tombara,” Kraemer, notice, 93.
  • Malietoa, a title in Samoa, 130.
  • Malietoa and the turtle-shell rainbow, 136-7.
  • Mamanetaba, leader of eight ogres, Solomon Islands, 52.
  • man, creation of, Samoa, 127.
  • Manawa. See Ngati-Manawa.
  • Mangaia, elevation and depression, 260.
  • Manga-rewarewa, old pa at, 256.
  • mangemange, rods in Maori fish-traps, 62, Plate 27.
  • Manono, origin of name, 130.
  • mantel-drapes with Maori technique, 68.
  • Manu'a: first war in, 128; legend of creation, 127; meaning of name, 129; Tuitoga landed in 124.
  • manuka rods in Maori fish-traps, 62, Plate 27.
  • Maori carver, the, R.W. Firth, 277-91.
  • Maori clothing, evolution of, Pt. 5, 61; Pt. 6, 99; Pt. 7, 223; Pt. 8, 321.
  • Maori Ethnological Research, Board of, activities, iii.
  • Maori fish-traps, technique, 62, Pl. 27.
  • Maps, Korekore pa, 1, 2.
  • marae toro teka, dart-throwing ground, 299.
  • Marangaranga tribe, Kaingaroa, 361.
  • Marind-anim, Dutch S. New Guinea, 259.
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  • Mariner's “Tonga,” reliability of, 365-66.
  • maro: method of twining, 62; ornamented with feathers, 241.
  • Marquesas, head-dress pa'eku'a, 241-42.
  • Marsden, E., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Maruiwi. See Ngati-Maruiwi.
  • Mason, Otis, term plain twined weaving, 68.
  • mastication, in proverb, Tonga, 212.
  • mata, meaning of word, 286 note.
  • mata kautete, a hafted tool, 286.
  • Mata, Te, ceremonial stone at, 179.
  • Matafagatele, home of Sina, 142.
  • matai, head of family, Samoa, 125.
  • Mata-ora, introduced carving, 284.
  • Matatua, carved house at, 278, 279.
  • Matautu, origin of name, 131.
  • Matega, Samoa, origin of name, 136.
  • Matekino of Opahi, history of Kawerau, 23.
  • Matila, son of Saumani, 136.
  • mauava, use of term in Samoa, 142.
  • Maui: as sun-myth, 369; Maui-tikitiki (Maui-kisikisi) at Tonga, 211.
  • Maui-kisikisi, at Tonga, 211.
  • Maungaroa, in genealogy, 307.
  • mauri, of house. See Kura a Tangaroa.
  • Mausautele, ancestor of Samoanagalo, 139.
  • mawhiti, cloak ornamented with dog's hair, 247.
  • Mead, C. W., musical instruments of Peru, 270.
  • measurements—
  • linear, Maori, 299, 314; Tonga, 209.
  • time, Maori, 298, 303.
  • meremere, carried in haka, 295.
  • messages sent by magic, 293, 301, 307, 308, 315.
  • Miru, of the underworld, Mangaia, 372.
  • Moa, family name of Tui Manu'a, 129.
  • moa: habits, 171; in Maori tradition, 170; known in Cook Islands and Tonga, 170; list of references in J.P.S., 170-71; name in Samoa, 129.
  • moa kai hau, moa feeding on air, 170.
  • Moata'a, in story of Sina and eel, 133.
  • Moe-kakara, ancestral canoe of Ngati-Whatua, 177.
  • Moikeha, king of Kauai, 33.
  • Momo, chief of Loau, in proverb, 211.
  • momotu, a variety of garment, 325.
  • moon: in proverb, Tonga, 212; phases of, Tonga, 213.
  • Moriori culture, affinity with Southern South Island, 88.
  • Moriori hakana, 180.
  • Morrison, —., resignation from Polynesian Society, 96.
  • mortuary cloaks, Rapa, 87.
  • Moss, Rosalind, review of “Life After Death in Oceania,” 365.
  • Motu-o-ruhi, variety of flax, 231.
  • Motu o Salaia, a name of Tutuila, 129.
  • mouse and lion, parallel, Solomon Islands, 54-56.
  • Mulifanua, Samoanagalo deserted at, 139.
  • Muolepuso, ancestress of Samoanagalo, 139.
  • musical instruments. See conch, flute, nguru.
  • mystery of Easter Island, 260.
  • myth in the making, 373-74.
  • myths. See ara, awe, coconut, cuckoo, death, eel, folk-tales, kura, magic, Mata-ora, Maui, Miru, Oho-mairangi, omens, Rua, Sina, soul, spirit, sun, Tane, Tangaroa, taniwha, Tiki, Tini, Tuna, tupua.
  • mythopoetical faculty, of Maori, 297, 298, 301, 311, 312, 315.
  • Nanakaoko, established sacred birth-place Kukaniloko, Oahu, 33.
  • Nanamaoa, father of Nanakaoko, 33.
  • nape, the working weft element, 339.
  • Natoaitele, a title, Samoa, 129.
  • natural phenomena as tokens: redness of dawn, 294, 307 note; cloud-rack over mountain, 297; red gleam of Venus, 301.
  • neck-border of cloaks, with figures and plates, 329, 335-38, 348. Plates 43, 44.
  • necklace of tawapou seeds, Maori adornment, 3.
  • Neke Kapua, Arawa carver, 281.
  • Nelson, O. F., elected to Polynesian Society, 96; legends of Samoa, 124.
  • New Guinea, fixing of feathers on garments, 244.
  • new members. See Polynesian Society: new members.
  • new publications. See Polynesian Society: publications received.
  • N.Z. Science Congress, 1926, arrangements for, 274.
  • Newman, E. K., motive for carving, 279.
  • Nga Tau e waru, carved house, 279.
  • Ngai-Tahuhu, origin of, 177.
  • Ngarue: adventures, 295; genealogy and Maori version, 307.
  • Ngati-Awa, tribe of wife of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • Ngati-Hau, fight with Ngati-Mania-poto, 183.
  • Ngati-Manawa, and Kaingaroa carvings, 361.
  • Ngati-Maruiwi, tribe of wives of Tama-ahua, 294.
  • Ngati-Ohomairangi (now called Nga-oho), owners of Arawa, 294.
  • Ngati-Pirirakau, tribe of Raumati, 295.
  • Ngati-Rua-ngaio, conflict with the Wai-o-hua, 177, 178.
  • Ngati-Ruatamore, tribe of wives of Tama-ahua, 294.
  • Ngati-Te Hemoata, tribe of Raumati, 295.
  • Ngati-Whatua history, 177.
  • Ngati-Whatua, raided Kawerau, 21.
  • ngore, cloak with pompoms, 235.
  • nguru, form found in Peru, 270.
  • Nono, in name Manono, Samoa, 130.
  • Nosonaoa, wife of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • numeration, 209, 210.
  • Nunauli, home of Rebusekwa, Solomon Islands, 44.
  • Nu'utolola, stopped sun, Samoa, 127-8.
  • Oaia, gannet rookery, 3.
  • Oakura, home of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • obituary, Henry Ling Roth, 386.
  • obsidian flakes, in carving, 286.
  • Ofu, origin of name, 129.
  • ogres, Solomon Islands, 52.
  • Ohaua-te-rangi, carved house at, 279.
  • Oho-mairangi, conception of, 376.
  • Ohomairangi. See Ngati-Ohomairangi.
  • Okaihau Lake, near Korekore pa, 3.
  • Oliver, W. R. B., elected to Polynesian Society, 388.
  • Olo in name Olosega, 129.
  • Olo, shot wives of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 58.
  • Olosega, origin of name, 129.
  • Olulanakirio, home of the wives of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • Omaha, Kawerau at, 23.
  • Omaku, killed at Te Maire, 183.
  • omens: Maori, connected with carving, 283; weaving, 84-85. Solomon Islands, 37-38, 50.
  • Onaeroa, range in story of Whare-ma-tangi, 302.
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  • Onehunga Public Library, elected to Polynesian Society, 95.
  • One-kiri, Te, Te toka-tu-whenua set up at, 178.
  • Opoa, sacred place at Raiatea, 34.
  • Opua, place fire was lit that burnt Arawa, 294.
  • oratory: proverbs used, Samoa, 141; use of taiaha or like weapon in, 271.
  • Oriori, Te, carved house at, 279.
  • Orongonui season, 298.
  • orientation in burial, 369.
  • Oro, atua of Society Islands, 26.
  • Otahuhu, named after Tahuhu, 177.
  • Otara, in story of Whare-matangi, 302.
  • owl in proverb, Tonga, 211.
  • pa Maori: forest growth on, 2; fosse 30ft. deep, 5; near Whenua-kura, 256; Korekore, 1; store-pits, 5; tunnel from, 256, 258; miscellaneous, 1, 266, 380.
  • Paao, priest who built temples, Hawaii, 33.
  • Pacific, depths of, 262.
  • Pacific, rise and fall of islands, 260.
  • Paekawau Lake, near Korekore pa, 3.
  • pa'eku'a head-dress, 241-2.
  • paepaeroa cloak, insert in, with illustrations, 110, 112.
  • Pa-harakeke, killed at Te Maire, 183.
  • paheke, zig-zag pattern on clothing, 91, 321.
  • Pai, parents of Sina, 142.
  • Paia, inland village of Fiji, 139.
  • paiaka, carried in haka, 296.
  • Paikea, in carved house, 278.
  • pandanus fruit, in proverb, Tonga, 212.
  • Pani-tinaku, mother of kumara, 146.
  • Paoa, in carved house, 278.
  • paopao. See Scirpus lacustris.
  • Papaele, in Samoan legend of creation, 127.
  • papa pere, dart-throwing ground, 299.
  • Papasosolo, in Samoan legend of creation, 127.
  • Papatu, in Samoan legend of creation, 127.
  • para, attaching rain-tags, 223.
  • parahuhu, in ornamental fringe, 333.
  • parakiri cloak, 231.
  • paranui, variety of fern-root, 303.
  • Pari-ninihi, visited by Ngarue, 295.
  • Parinui, Maori carver, 282.
  • pata, term in wood carving, 289.
  • pataka, carving of, 278.
  • Patunga, Te, killed at Te Maire, 183.
  • Patunga-o-hari, a rock in the Whanga-nui, 183.
  • Patunui-o-waio, land of Rakaihaitu (note), 386.
  • pauku, Maori clothing technique, 64.
  • Paumakua, father of Haho, Maui (Hawaii), 33.
  • pavahina ornament, made of grey hair, 248.
  • pawhati, variety of fern-root, 303.
  • Percy Smith prize award, 1925, 386.
  • Peru: fixing feathers on garments, 245; musical instruments, 270.
  • phallic stones, 175, 273.
  • phases of moon, Tonga, 213.
  • Phillipps, W. J.: Maori burial-chest, Melbourne, 363; Moriori burial-chest, 180.
  • phonology, importance in word comparisons, 267-68.
  • Phormium Cookianum, blades used for rain-tags, 227.
  • Phormium tenax (N.Z. flax) gum in butt-end of blade used by Maori, 237.
  • pictographs recorded in Transactions New Zealand Institute, list, 257.
  • pig introduced to Samoa by Samoanagalo, 141-2.
  • pigeon-flying, Samoan sport, 138.
  • Pili, descendants of, in names, Upolu, 129.
  • Pili-kaaiea, king of Hawaii about 1200, 33.
  • Pirirakau. See Ngati-Pirirakau.
  • Pirongi (Pirongia), home of Tupea, 293.
  • pit-dwellings, Korekore pa, 6.
  • pit-stores, Korekore pa, 8.
  • Po as spirit-world, 368.
  • Pohatu-roa, ceremonial stone, 178.
  • Poheuea, in genealogy, 307.
  • Poho-o-Potiki, Te, carved house, 279.
  • pointing bone (note), 381.
  • poisonous leaves in kava, 143.
  • poka, an insert in shaped garment, 100.
  • poka o te ua, second insert in shaped garment, 104.
  • poka whawhati, first insert in shaped garment, 102.
  • Pokopoko, S. Kaipara, cursed Kawharau, 22.
  • Polu in name Upolu, 128.
  • Polynesian feather-work, Stokes, 24.
  • Polynesian homeland, 369.
  • Polynesian Society—
  • annual meeting, 1924, i.
  • annual report of Council, 1924, ii.
  • balance-sheet, 1924, v.
  • capital and memoir account disposal, 95.
  • Council meeting, 19th January, 1925, 95; 19th February, 1925, 95; 6th May, 1925, 191; 9th September, 1925, 276; 10th December, 1925, 388.
  • Council, constitution, i.
  • donations, 190, 272.
  • exchanges, list, xiii.; additions, 276; 388.
  • joint editor appointed, 96.
  • library, housing, ii., 96, 388.
  • membership, 1924, ii., vi.
  • new members, 95, 190, 276, 388.
  • new publications, reviews and notices:
  • Brown, J. M., “The Riddle of the Pacific,” 260.
  • Hakluyt Society Publication, No. 52, second series, 1925, 258.
  • Kraemer, A., “Malanggane von Tombara,” 97.
  • Moss, R., “Life After Death in Oceania,” 365.
  • Rangi Hiroa, Te, “The Coming of the Maori,” 379.
  • Williamson, R. W., “Social and Political Systems of Central Polynesia,” 188.
  • Wirtz, P., “Die Marind-anim von Hollaendisch-Sued-Neu-Guinea,” 259.
  • presidents, xii.
  • publications out of print, 276.
  • publications received, lists and notices, 93, 189, 270, 381.
  • removal of head-quarters to Wellington, i., iii.
  • rules, re-casting, 96.
  • Polynesian voyages: Hawaiian, 30, 33; Maori, 293; Samoan, 128.
  • Pomare, Sir M., on Council Polynesian Society, 1925, i.
  • pompom cloak technique, Pl. 41, 328.
  • pompom attachment to cloak, 335.
  • pona, meaning in Ngarue story, 298, 306 note 2.
  • Porourangi, in carved house, 278.
  • pota, rain-cloak, 225.
  • Potau, in story of Whare-matangi, 300.
  • pregnant dead woman, babe killed, Solomon Islands, 52.
  • priest. See taula.
  • proverbial expressions. See whakatauki.
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  • puahou, variety of fern-root, 303.
  • publications received. See Polynesian Society: publications received.
  • puihiihi, rain-cloak, 225.
  • Pukaki, carved house at, 279.
  • pukupuku, a pompom ornamentation on cloaks, 325.
  • Puna, home of Sa Saumani, 134.
  • Pule, clever son of Matila, 137.
  • Pule-le-iite, later name of Pule, 138.
  • Punin calvarium, 270.
  • pure ritual performed, 303-304, 317.
  • pure and tohi synonymous, 293.
  • pureke, rain-cloak, 225.
  • Putahi pa, tunnel from toward river, 255-56.
  • Pycroft, W. P., calvaria at Boskop, 382.
  • quipu. See aho ponapona.
  • Rahotu, stockade at Waitara, 305.
  • ra'i, word in umu-ti ritual, 214.
  • Ra'iatea: fire-walking, 215; girdle from, 25, 34.
  • rail, in proverb, Tonga, 211.
  • rainbow: as a sign of dart of Whare-matanga, 302; in proverb, Tonga, 211; may not be pointed at, 211.
  • rain-cape, Maori, technique—insert with illustrations, 99, 108, 110; method of twining, 62, 63, Plate 28; tags, with illustrations, 223, 231.
  • Rakaihaitu, genealogy of (note), 386.
  • Rakainui-te-kapua, child of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • Rake-pohutukawa, Te, referred to by Ngarue, 298.
  • Rangitahua (Sunday Is., Kermadec) 179 notes.
  • Rangatira, Kawerau, battle, 22.
  • Rangi Hiroa, Te: ethnological survey of Cook Islands. 387; evolution of Maori clothing, Pt. 5, 61; Pt. 6, 99; Pt. 7, 223; Pt. 8, 321; Kaingaroa carvings, 361; “The Coming of the Maori,” review, 379.
  • Rangitopuni, origin of name, 21.
  • Rapa, mortuary cloaks, 87.
  • Rarotonga, and Tama-ahua, 293.
  • Raumati, and burning of Arawa, 292; genealogy and Maori version, 307.
  • Rau-o-te-huia. See Ruatahi-o-te-huia, Te.
  • Rau-patu-tihore, Te, warfare, 21.
  • raupo. See Typha angustifolia.
  • Rauru, in Maori carving, 278, 284.
  • Rawharu, Te, Kawerau chief, 22.
  • Reardon, W. J., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Rebusekwa, cousin of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 44.
  • Redmond, J. C., elected to Polynesian Society, 191.
  • reed thrown before haka, 296.
  • Reinga, Te, name and significance, 369.
  • Resu, brother of Rebusekwa, Solomon Islands, 47.
  • reversals in spirit-world. 374-75.
  • reviews. See Polynesian Society: new publications, reviews and notices.
  • “Riddle of the Pacific,” review, 260.
  • ridicule dreaded by Maori, 297, 311.
  • Robley, H. G.: elected hon. member, Polvnesian Society, 388; Maori carvers, 281-82.
  • rock-carvings: Kaingaroa, 356; Waverley, 252.
  • rock-shelters, carvings in, 252, 356.
  • Rockefeller Foundation, delegation to Australia, 1925, 387.
  • Rockell, R. H., death, iv.
  • Rofuniala, father of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • Roheim, G., the pointing bone, 381.
  • ro'i, word in umu-ti ritual, 214.
  • Ronawaiwai, Te, canoe of Tama-ahua, 294.
  • Rongorupe, a halting place in Pacific 179 notes.
  • Roth, H. Ling: cloak from Captain Cook collection, 65-6; on the terms “bias,” 100; “single-pair twining,” 68; “counter-pairing,” 69; woven borders in Maori garments, 88; obituary, 386.
  • Routledge, Mrs., the mystery of Easter Island, 260.
  • royal investiture, Tahiti, Stokes, 26-7.
  • Rua, introduced wood-carving, 284.
  • Rua-i-te-kuka-kore (Rua) introduced wood-carving, 284.
  • Rua-i-te-para-kore (Rua) introduced wood-carving, 284.
  • Rua-i-te-pukenga, introduced wood-carving, 283.
  • rua kumara at Korekore pa, 11.
  • Ruatahi-o-te-huia, Te, an early name of Pari-ninihi, 302.
  • Ruatamore. See Ngati-Ruatamore.
  • Rua-te-pupuke, introduced carving, 284.
  • rushes in Maori fish-traps, 62, Pl. 27.
  • Rutledge, J. H. D., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Sa and Vaii gave name Savai'i, 128.
  • Sa Saumani, Samoan tribe, 134.
  • Safata, near landing of Samoanagalo, 141.
  • Safotu: in story of Samoanagalo, 139; origin of name, 130.
  • Safune villages, Samoa: founded by Fune, 130; formerly called Taoa, 130.
  • Saga, in name Tuamasaga, Upolu, 129.
  • Sagone, Samoa, origin of name, 136.
  • Sagone reef, story of Saumani turtle, 135.
  • Sail Rock, Maramasiki, Solomon Islands, Fambumu confined on, 53.
  • St. Gabriels Island. See Admiralty Islands.
  • Salafai (Savai'i), origin of name, 130-31.
  • Salaia, in alternative name for Tutuila, 129.
  • Salailua, in story of Saumani turtle, 136.
  • Samauga, Fiji, home of Sooalo, 139.
  • Samoa: fixing of feathers to garments, 242-43; head-dress, 29; legends, Nelson, 124; origin of name, 129.
  • Samoan originals, Sina and the eel, 143, 144.
  • Samoan voyagers, Nelson, 128.
  • Samoanagalo, legend of, 139.
  • Samoans once lived inland, 131.
  • Samoa-ua-fotu, daughter of Laufafa, 130.
  • Santa Cruz, attaching feathers to belt, 241-42.
  • Sao, ancestress of Samoanagalo, 139.
  • Sataua, origin of name, 131.
  • Sauma, official name of Apolima, 130.
  • Saumani, Samoa, turtle of, 134.
  • Saumani Afa'ese and giant turtle, 135.
  • Savai'i: origin of, 127; origin of name, 128.
  • School of Oriental Studies, new exchange, 95.
  • Science Congress. See New Zealand Science Congress.
  • Scirpus, lacustris (kutakuta or paopao) used in Maori fish-traps and clothing, 62. Plate 27.
  • Scott, W., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • sea-burial, in Oceania, 370, 371.
  • Sega, first chief of Olosega, 129.
  • self-sacrifice, in proverb, Tonga, 213.
  • setting sun and death, 368.
  • sharpening of tools, 286.
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  • Sideroxylon costata, Maori used seeds for necklace, 3.
  • signs. See natural phenomena as tokens.
  • Sili, home of Muolepuso, 139.
  • Sina and the eel, Samoa, 132, 142.
  • Sina of Fiji, ancestress of Samoanagalo, 139.
  • Sina-alalotava, ancestress of Samoanagalo, 139.
  • Sinaletava'e, descendants of, in names, Upolu, 129.
  • Sinarango, home of Leafmai, Solomon Islands, 41.
  • Sinaulakwaikwai, home of Fambumu, Solomon Islands, 36.
  • single-pair twining: spaced, 61; open, 64.
  • Skinner, H. D.: affinity of Moriori culture with that of Southern South Island, N.Z., 88: carvings in cave near Waverley, 255; ethnological survey of Upolu, 387; memorial for S. Percy Smith, ii.; Percy Smith Award, 1925, 386; review of “The Coming of the Maori,” 379.
  • Skinner, W. H. President of Polynesian Society for 1925, i.
  • sleep-charm, Solomon Islands, 58.
  • Smith, G. Elliott, letter on advantages of study of anthropology, 185.
  • Smith, M. Crompton, secretary Polynesian Society, 1925, i.
  • Smith, S. Percy: date of Polynesians in Pacific. Stokes, 31; memorial for suggested, ii. See also Percy Smith prize.
  • Society Islands: head-dress, 29; red feather cult, 24. See also Ra'iatea, Tahiti.
  • solar halo, produced at will, 307 note.
  • Solomon Islands, Fambumu and his wives, 36.
  • Solosolo, connected with the name Apia, 131.
  • songs (first lines), Maori—
  • E! He tamatane ranei, 309.
  • He matua i te whare e mahuru te aroha, 312.
  • Ko wai, ko wai te tangata, 310.
  • songs (first lines), Samoa—
  • Sau funa Sina le tama a Pai', 145.
  • Sina e, ai ni ou alofa, 133.
  • Soufuna Sina le tama a Pai', 144.
  • songs (first lines) translations from Samoan—
  • Girl Sina, daughter of Pai', 143.
  • Sina, let us part in love, 133.
  • songs. See also karakia.
  • Sooalo, father of Sina-alalotava, 139.
  • soul, beliefs regarding, 365.
  • soul-substance, 375.
  • southern continent, reported discovery by Fernandez, 261.
  • spiral ornamentation in cloaks, with figures and plates, 325.
  • spirit, beliefs regarding, 365.
  • spout of si leaves, in proverb, Tonga, 212.
  • Stack, J. W., Maori carving, 285.
  • Staines, J. H., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Stokes, J. F. G.: attachment of feathers to Hawaiian garments, 240-41; Polynesian featherwork, 24; Rapa, mortuary cloaks, 87.
  • stone artifact of unknown use, with plate, 273, 385.
  • stone circles, Australia, 382.
  • stone pillar, Korekore pa, with illustrations, 12.
  • Strong, E. H., elected to Polynesian Society, 95.
  • struggling on, in proverb, Tonga, 213.
  • sucker-fish, in proverb, Tonga, 212.
  • Sulebala, home of Arismai, Solomon Islands, 57.
  • sun: personified in Tahiti, 221; myths. See ara whanui, Maui, sunset, Tane, Wahine-nui-tahu-rangi. sunset and death, 368, 369.
  • supernatural in Maori stories, 292.
  • Sutherland, I. L. P., elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • Sydney University, Chair of Anthropology created, 387.
  • table-centres with Maori technique, 68.
  • Taero, last fire-walker, 215.
  • tag-cloak, Maori, 63, 65 (Plates 28, 30), 89 (Plate 33), 110 (Plate 36), 231 (Plate 41).
  • tag ornaments in cloaks, 223, 321.
  • Tagamamueda, one of eight ogres, Solomon Islands, 52.
  • Tagaloa (Tagaloa-Lagi), creation, in Samoa, 126.
  • Tahiti, girdle from, 25.
  • Tahuhu, chief of Moe-kakara canoe, 177
  • Tahu-makakanui, a name of the west, 300.
  • taiaha and oratory, 271.
  • Taimaio, chief of Wai-o-hua people, 177.
  • Taipari, carved house built for, 280.
  • takapau, charm averting evil, 303.
  • takoto, unit of measurement, 299, 314.
  • Tama-ahua: story of, 293, 306 note, genealogy and Maori version, 307.
  • Tama-i-waho, visited Te Kura-i-monoa, 376.
  • Tamaki Isthmus, conquest, 22.
  • Tamasoalii, a title, Samoa, 129.
  • Tane: as fertilizer, 175; as life-giver, 369.
  • Tane-nui-a-rangi, referred to by Ngarue, 298.
  • Tangaroa, at Samoa, 126.
  • Tangiia, defeat and flight from Tahiti, 127.
  • Tangi-manu-rau, fight at Te Maire, 183.
  • taniko, Maori technique, with figures and plates, 69, 122.
  • taniwha, as crocodile, 255.
  • Tanuga-le-ia, Sina buried head of eel here, 133.
  • Tanugamanono, origin of name, 131.
  • Taoa, home of Vaasilifiti, 130.
  • tapa varnished to turn rain, 223.
  • tapuai, origin of titular name, 137.
  • Taramai-nuku, destroyed Three Kings villages, 178.
  • Taranaki, Mount, in story of Ngarue, 297.
  • Tatau-uruora, a season, 298.
  • tattooing, not done on immature skin, 304.
  • Tatua, Te, Te toka-tu-whenua at, 178.
  • Ta'u, origin of name, 129.
  • Taua, in name Sataua, 131.
  • Taufau, first queen of Samoa, 130.
  • taula-aitu, high priest, Samoa, 127.
  • Taumatamu, ancestor of Samoanagalo, 139.
  • Tauoma, Te, home of Te Kete-ana-taua, 177.
  • taupa, charm averting evil, 303.
  • Tau-poki, boundary of Ngati-Whatua and Kawerau, 22.
  • Tauranga, in genealogy, 307.
  • Tauranga, home of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • tawapou. See Sideroxylon costata.
  • Tawhiau, son of Tangi-manu-rau, 183.
  • Taylor, Griffith, Kamilaroi and white, 384.
  • tea-cosies with Maori technique, 68.
  • technical terms in clothing, wrong use, 101.
  • teeth, triangular, Maori, 182.
  • Tefua, in story of Saumani turtle, 135.
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  • tekau (teau), a form of numeration, 210.
  • teki, cartridge-former, 282.
  • Telima, in story of Saumani turtle, 135.
  • Temoe, discovery of, 261.
  • temples, Samoa and Society Islands, 32.
  • theosophists, Easter Island and Lemuria, 260.
  • thickening of warps, 342.
  • Thomson, J. A., on Council, Polynesian Society, 1925, i.
  • Three Kings villages destroyed, 178.
  • ti leaves in fire-walking ceremony, 215.
  • tihetihe, yellow tags, 231.
  • tihoi, in shaping garment, 100.
  • Tiki-toro (Tiki-tolo) in Tonga, 146.
  • Tikitu, introduction of carving, 284.
  • time, how denoted, 298, 303.
  • Tini-o-te-Hakuturi and carving, 284.
  • tipi, an act in magic, 295, 307 note.
  • Tipi a Houmea, magic rite, 295, 309.
  • Tirarau, Te, grand-daughter of Te Toka-i-tawhio, 178.
  • Tirau, in story of Whare-matangi, 301.
  • Tiritiri-o-Matangi, the dart of Whare-matangi, 299, 313.
  • titi, term in wood-carving, 289.
  • Tiurau. See Tirau.
  • to'e uri me te to'e tea, words in umu-ti ritual, 214.
  • tohi and pure synonymous, 293.
  • Toi, husband of Te Kura-i-monoa, 376.
  • toi-cape, Maori, technique, 63, 229, Plates 28, 30.
  • Toi-Kai-rakau: date of arrival in New Zealand, 19; in ancestry of Raumati, 295.
  • Toi-te-huatahi, in ancestry of Raumati, 294, 295.
  • Toka-i-tawhio, Te, another name of Te toka-tu-whenua, 178.
  • Tokanga-nui-a-Noho, carved house, 278.
  • Toka-tu-whenua, Graham, 175.
  • tokens. See natural henomena as tokens.
  • Tonga: conquest of Samoa, 124; headdresses, 29; linguistics and vocabulary, 146, 193; measuring and counting, methods, 209.
  • Tongahiti people (note), 386.
  • Tonga-Whiti people (note), 386.
  • tools, used in carving, 286.
  • Topeuru, name in story of Whare-matangi, 305.
  • toro, as meaning to generate, 146.
  • Toroa, in carving, 278.
  • Torohanga, in genealogy, 307.
  • Tosoga I'a, landing place of Saumani turtle, 135.
  • triangular teeth, Maori, 182.
  • Tua, in name Atua, Upolo, 129.
  • tuahu: importance of erecting, 178; at Korekore pa, 13.
  • Tuamasaga, Upolu, origin of name, 129.
  • Tuhoe-potiki, carved figure, 278.
  • tui, a title, Samoa, 129.
  • Tui Manu'a, Samoa, descent of, 129.
  • Tuiaana, a title, Samoa, 129.
  • Tuiatua, a title, Samoa, 129.
  • Tuifiti and shell of Saumani turtle, 136.
  • Tuitoga: chief with whom Samoanagalo lived, 140; his landing place, 124.
  • Tuitonga, father of Laufafa, 130.
  • tulafale (ariki), 124.
  • Tuli, in Samoan legend of creation, 127.
  • Tumatilotilo, story of Saumani turtle, 135.
  • tumu rua, method of wearing cloak, both arms free, Buck, 118.
  • tumu tahi, method of wearing cloak, one arm free, 118.
  • Tuna, and origin of coconut, 146. See also eel, Sina.
  • tunnelling by Maori, 255-56, 258 note.
  • Tupa, family name, Samoa, 128.
  • Tupailelei, of Samoa, 130.
  • Tupainatuna, husband of Laufafa, 130.
  • Tupea, sister of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • Tupua, last fire-walker, 215.
  • tupua, the Tongan tubua, 146.
  • Tupuivao, named Manono and Apolima, 130.
  • turtle of Saumani, 134.
  • Tutawhana, history of Kawerau, 23.
  • Tutu and Ila gave name Tutuila, 129.
  • tutu poisoning, 266.
  • Tutuila: origin of, 127; origin of name,etc., 129.
  • twilled weaving, technique, 88.
  • twining, in Maori clothing, 61.
  • twist ornamentation in cloaks, 327.
  • two-pair interlocking weft, 66, 69.
  • Typha angustifolia, used in thatching house-walls, 87.
  • U and Polu gave name Upolu, 128.
  • Ua and oratory, 271.
  • Umi, Hawaii, period of investiture, 26.
  • umu-ti ceremony, 214.
  • unborn babe, in pregnant dead woman killed, Solomon Islands, 52.
  • unsuccessful effort, in proverb, Tonga, 213.
  • Upolu: ancient name of Tahaa, 34; ethnological survey, 387; influence over Tutuila, 129; names of districts, 129; origin of name, 128.
  • Urenui-rahotu, range in story of Whare-matangi, 302.
  • Uri-o-Hau, assisted Ngati-Whatua, 178.
  • Uru. See Uru-te-kakara.
  • Uruao, canoe of Rakaihaitu (note), 386.
  • Uru-te-kakara: adventures, 292, 295; genealogy and Maori version, 307.
  • uruuru-whenua, incantation used at, 178.
  • Utu, in name Matautu, 131.
  • Vaasilifiti, son of Laufafa, 130.
  • Vahine-nui-tahu-ra'i. See Wahine-nui-tahu-rangi.
  • Vaii in name Savai'i, 128.
  • Vaivase, stone wall where Sina buried head of eel, 133.
  • Vanua Alewa, tale in Transactions, Fiji Society, 272.
  • Vavau, former name of Polapola, 34.
  • Verneau, Rene, Huxley memorial medal, 1924, 223.
  • vocabulary, Tongan, 146.
  • von Bulow. See Bulow, von.
  • voyages. See Polynesian voyages.
  • Wafer, —., discoveries in Pacific, 261.
  • Wahine-nui-tahu-rangi (Vahine-nui-tahu-ra'i), the sun personified, 221.
  • Waiherunga, home of Te Rawharu, 22.
  • Waiohua, conquest of, 22.
  • Waimimi, visited by Ngarue, 295.
  • Waiohua tribe, kumara-god, 175, 177.
  • Wairoa, now Waverley, 253.
  • wairua and kehua, difference in meaning, 376.
  • waist-band of kilt, 343, PI. 42 (p. 329).
  • Waitakere district, history, 19.
  • Waitara, home of Ngarue, 297.
  • Waitemata (Wai-te-Mata), origin of name, 179.
  • Wakea, in Hawaiian tradition, 31.
  • Wanganui Museum, elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • war, party to be attacked warned, 305-306.
  • war-cloaks, Maori, technique, 64, Pl. 29.
  • Waverley, incised designs in cave near, 252.
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  • weapons carried in dance: meremere, 295; paiaka, 296.
  • weft in cloaks, etc., Maori technique, 61.
  • well, in proverb, Tonga, 211.
  • Whai-a-te-motu, Te, meeting house, 278.
  • whakaahua kariri, cartridge-former, 282.
  • whakairo, use of term, 284.
  • Whakamoe-ariki, house of Tama-ahua, 293.
  • Whakatane, ceremonial stone at, 178-9.
  • whakatauki, Maori:
  • Ahaha! Me te potaka tera e horu ana i te marae to wahine, 311.
  • Ko Hineruhi koe, ko te wahine nana i tu te ata hapara, 310.
  • Koia, koia. Ko Kawerau nga tanga-ta, ko Kawe-ke nga ngakau, 21.
  • Nga mahi a Rauru, 281.
  • Nga uri o Rongomai toki kino, 281.
  • whakatauki, Maori, translated:
  • Ah! your woman is like unto a humming top on the plaza, 296.
  • Descendants of Rongo the poor craftsman, The, 281.
  • Indeed, indeed. Kawerau are the people, but their hearts are turned away, 21.
  • Marks of a chief are his dogskin cape, his greenstone mere and his carved house, The, 281.
  • You are even as Hineruhi, the woman who originated the glories of the dawn, 295-96.
  • whakatauki, Samoa:
  • Malaga ma alii lua te aai ai, 136.
  • Natia i fatualavai ae lafoia i fogavaa lelei, 141.
  • Tasi ae talatala, 135.
  • Tula o si a'u lupe, 138.
  • Ua uli to le vaa o Latuivai, 141.
  • Uli ma sao le va'a o Lesanalala, 141.
  • whakatauki, Samoa, translated:
  • A stand for my dove, 138.
  • Latuivai steered straight and came to grief, 141.
  • Lesanalala hove to in deference to the wind, 141.
  • One word worries the mind, 135.
  • That which was hidden under lavai leaves is now allowed to run free on open deck, 141.
  • Travelling with a chief produces plenty of food, 136.
  • whakatauki, Tonga:
  • Be kuo lulu mai mai he kuo kalae mai, 211.
  • E taha ha lau, tagi ki he ba'a, tagi ki he fanua, 211.
  • Fakalogo ki kafa, 211.
  • Futa kaunahu, 211.
  • Hage ha foi fa-hina, 212.
  • Hage ha fuhi fa hobo, 212.
  • Hage ha kai ha toki motu'a, 212.
  • Hage ha mahina hobo, 212.
  • Hage ha tau-si, 212.
  • Hage ha teletele-uli, 212.
  • Hage koe hobo 'ae mahina 'i Muaba, 212.
  • Hua 'o Momo, Loau, 212.
  • Ka 'ikai magugu'e he nifo 'ikai ke ma'u hono ifo, 212.
  • Kai mo tokaga, 212.
  • Kei mata ae tu'a niu, 212.
  • Keu inu mai ha hu'a Ha'aho, 212.
  • Kuo vala 'ae fonua, 213.
  • Lelei 'ae fale kae kovi 'ae bou, 213.
  • 'Oku 'ikai ke tuhu'i e ha taha 'ae umata, 211.
  • 'Oku lava 'ae Tu'i Toga, 211.
  • Tau fegogo fai fua ki 'ulu, 213.
  • Tau'i tu'a faga, 213.
  • To'a-ki-kaume'a, 213.
  • whakatauki, Tonga, translated:
  • Brave for friend, 213.
  • Does he come an owl or a rail? 211.
  • Eat and be careful, 212.
  • If the teeth do not crunch, its flavour is not got, 212.
  • Kingship of Momo, Loau, 212.
  • Land is clad, The, 213.
  • Like a bunch of mature pandanus, 212.
  • Like a light pandanus fruit, 212.
  • Like a rising moon, 212.
  • Like a teletele-uli, 212.
  • Like a tau-si, 212.
  • Like an eating by an old axe, 212.
  • Like the moon-rise in Muaba, 212.
  • Mid-rib of the coconut is still green, fresh, The, 212.
  • Obeying, judging by, cord, 211.
  • One does not point at the rainbow, 211.
  • Pride (through the) mat-edge, 211.
  • Reached land outside the anchorage, 213.
  • Struggle leaning on, helping each other, direct the course ahead, 213.
  • That I might drink a draught of Ha'ahao, 212.
  • What a lot of talk, cry to be barren, cry to have children, 211.
  • whakatipu, rain-cloak, 227.
  • wharariki. See Phormium Cookianum.
  • Whare. See Whare-matangi.
  • Wharekura district, Korekore pa, 2.
  • Whare-matangi: adventures, 292, 297; genealogy and Maori version, 307.
  • Whareparoa Rewharewha, Te, elected to Polynesian Society, 276.
  • whare-runanga, carving of, 278.
  • whatu, mauri of house, 293, 307.
  • Whatu, Te, introduction of carving, 284.
  • Wheke, a spring of cleansing, 297.
  • whenu, term for warp, Maori technique, 69, 74.
  • Whenuatere, death of Kahu at, 183.
  • White, J., Maori knowledge of moa, 171.
  • Whitianaunau, referred to by Ngarue, 298.
  • Whymant, A. N. J., elected to Polynesian Society, 96.
  • Williamson, R. W., “Social and Political Systems of Central Polynesia,” 188.
  • Wilson, —., Korekore pa 1.
  • Wirz, P.: “Die Marind-anim von Hol-laendisch-Sued-Neu-Guinea,” 259.
  • Wissler, C.: Chair of Anthropology, Yale, 273; visiting New Zealand, 273.
  • wooden artifact of unknown use, with plate, 385.
  • wrapped twined weaving, 69.
  • Yale, Institute of Psychology established, 274.
  • year, division, 298, 303.
  • Young, J. L., Umu-ti, fire-walking, 214.
  • youth, renewal of, 374.
  • zig-zag pattern paheke, 91.'