Volume 40 1931 > Index to volume XL p 257-268
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- 257 INDEX TO VOL. 40
  • Ababou tribe, eclipse-makers, 219.
  • Ababururu, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Abaiang, ritual for eclipse, 220.
  • Aba neneaki, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Aba-n-nati A ba-n-tibu land-bequeathing, 225.
  • Abaotirake, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Abataratara, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Abatebo, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Abatei, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Abatiku, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • adoption in Gilbert Islands, 225.
  • adze-blade, from Dark Point, possible derivation of, 252.
  • affection for adopted children, 231, note.
  • agriculture, Maori, 1; parallels between Maori and other cultivation customs, 21-22.
  • Ahi-a-Tahu-rangi, personification of clouds on Mt. Egmont, 78.
  • ahi torongu, ceremony for destroying caterpillars, 2.
  • Aibwea, a season, 201.
  • Aimaremare, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • aitao, tree unknown in Gilbert Islands, 209.
  • Allen, Sir J., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • Amarake ni Kaniko, adoption-present, 230.
  • America, discovery of from the west, 161.
  • Andersen, J. C., elected to Council, Polynesian Society, 179.
  • animals, adoption of as children, Gilbert Islands, 234.
  • Animwemwe, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Aniwa, possessives of, 141.
  • Antares, in Gilbertese astronomy, 198, 200, 203.
  • anuhe, pest in crops, 1.
  • Aomata, phase of moon, 217.
  • “Aotea,” introduced ti para, 12.
  • aotea, a turnip-like plant, 17.
  • Arabic voyages and New Zealand, 153-54.
  • Arakari, burial of in eruption, 77.
  • archaeological discoveries in Philippines, 166.
  • arched rock in Cook, variants of, 56.
  • architecture of Peru, 162.
  • Arosi numerals, 236.
  • “association” weapons, etc., in Vienna Museum, 97 on.
  • astronomy, Gilbert Islands, 197.
  • Ati-ni-kaibo, a position in sun's course, 212.
  • Ati-ni-kamāka, a position in sun's course, 212.
  • Ati-ni-kanene, a position in sun's course, 212.
  • auti, year-division, 200.
  • awhato or awheto, pest in crops, 1.
  • Awhi-para, burial of house Kaimirumiru, 77.
  • Ayar-Incas, by M. Poindexter, review, 159.
  • Ba n uri, phase of moon, 217.
  • Baillie, H., elected auditor of Polynesian Society, 179.
  • Baingūngū a season, 201.
  • Baldock, E. C., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • baler, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 97, 100.
  • Balneavis, H. R. H., elected to Council, Poylnesian Society 179.
  • Banaba (Ocean Isld.), adoption on, 227.
  • Bā ni karawa, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • Banks, Jos., yam in New Zealand, 15.
  • Ba-n-uri, adoption-present, 229.
  • Baraitoa, ? Corona Australis, 204.
  • Bātano, a season, 201.
  • Baucke, W., obituary, 152.
  • Bauro, classificatory methods of, 243.
  • Bayly, —., cultivation of hue, 9-10.
  • Beamish, G. R., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Beasley, H. G., criticism of Imbelloni's paper on mere family, 173; example of korupe (lintel), 175.
  • Beckworth, Martha W., study of Hawaii chants, 168.
  • beech, not found on Mt. Egmont, 79.
  • beer from roots of Cordyline, 16.
  • Bell, F. L. S., new member Polynesian Society, 177.
  • belts, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • Berry, A. G., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Beru, adoption in, 225.
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  • Best, Maori Agriculture, 1; elected to Council of Polynesian Society, 179; notice of death, 151.
  • Bike managa, a cardinal point, 208.
  • Bike mauna, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • Bike ni baraitoa, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Bike ni bōrā, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • Bike ni kabanei, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • Bike ni kaitara, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • Bike ni Kanenei-ang, a position of the sun, 206; a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Bike ni kariakaio, a cardinal point, 208.
  • Bike ni koroa, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • Bike n rianaua, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • Bike n taeia, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Bike n te aitao, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • Bike n uruaki, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • Bike n wari, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • Bike raroa, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • binary counting, 3, 236 on.
  • bird-perch, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • Biria of Butaritari, Gilbertese astronomy, 200.
  • Bishop Museum, work of ethnologists of, 168.
  • Black, G. J., recent find of moa remains, 157, and illus., 156-57.
  • Blackwood, Miss B., movements of, 167.
  • Bleichsteiner, R. T., Maori material in Vienna Museum, 95.
  • bō, meanings of, 211.
  • bong, year-divisions, 200.
  • Bōrā ruru, a cardinal-point, 208, 209.
  • botanical anomalies on Mt. Egmont, 78.
  • bottles, styled tahā, 11.
  • boundary or division post in Poukawa Lake, 55.
  • break in sound represented by hamzah, 174.
  • Brigham, W. T., Maori burial-chests in Vienna Museum, 95.
  • Brinsden, J. B., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Brown, A. R. Radcliffe-, editor of Oceania, 164.
  • Brown, Mrs. H., death of, 59.
  • Bruce, Robt., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Brunner, T., preparation of Cordyline for food, 16.
  • Buatarawa, point in journey of sun, 205.
  • Buatarawa-meang, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • Bubutei, a season, 201.
  • Buck, P. H., see Rangi Hiroa, Te.
  • Bue, Maui in Gilbert Islands, 219.
  • Buenos Aires, Museo Nacional de Historia Naturel, on Exchange List, 177.
  • Buick, T. L., Mystery of the Moa, review, 153.
  • Bunting, J., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • burial, forms of, and orientation, 81.
  • burial-chests, Vienna Museum, 95; measurements, slip at 251.
  • Burnett, J. H., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Burrell, A. W., ancient Maori oven on Mt. Egmont, 73; resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Burrows, E. G., study of Tuamotu music, 255.
  • buti n ika, phase of moon, 217.
  • calendar, Gilbertese, 200.
  • Candolle, habitat of taro, 6; of hue (gourd), 8.
  • cannibalism, Samoa, 51-52.
  • canoe-carving, from Huahine, 253; Maori canoe-ornaments in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • canoe, double, in N Z. waters, 56.
  • canoe-sail, Maori, in Brit. Museum, 129, 136.
  • canoes of Polynesians really ships, 160-61.
  • Capell, A., Polynesian possessives, 141.
  • carriers, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • Carroll, Dr., translation of Easter Island tablets unreliable, 163.
  • carved stone bowl, 57.
  • carvings, wood:
  • canoe-ornament from Huahine, 253; Maori canoe-ornaments in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • Kaitaia carving from South-east Polynesia, 253.
  • maihi and ridge-pole from Mahia, 254.
  • taurapa from Mahia, 255.
  • caterpillar pest in crops, 1.
  • cats-cradle, Gilbertese, the sun, 214-15.
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  • Chadwick, N. K., Notes on Polynesian Mythology, 250.
  • Chamberlin, T. Chamberlin, carved stone bowl, 57.
  • Chambers, B., death of, 177.
  • Chatham Islands, patu family in, 184.
  • Chatterton, F. W., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Cheeseman, T. F., Yam in New Zealand, 5.
  • Chinese discovery of America, 161.
  • cloaks, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • Codrington, R. H., on use of hamzah, 174.
  • Colenso, W., seagull kept for destroying caterpillars, 1; use of taro, 7; flowering of ti para, 12; cultivation of Cordyline pumilio, 14; moa-bones, 154.
  • Collocott, Rev. E. E. V., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Colocasia antiquorum, see taro.
  • colour-palette of Peru, 163.
  • combs, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • Condliffe, J. B., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Cook, Captain J., and trade at Nootka Sound, 193; yam in New Zealand, 5.
  • Cooke. A. G., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Cordyline, cultivation of, 11; Maori names of various species, 14.
  • Corona Australis, ? Baraitoa, 204.
  • correspondence:
  • Beasley, on Imbelloni's paper on mere family, 173.
  • Ivens, on his use of hamzah, 173-4.
  • Firth, R., acknowledgement regarding canoe-sail, 252.
  • Thorpe, W. W., regarding adze from Dark Point, 252.
  • Corynocarpus laevigatus (karaka), introduction of, 18.
  • counting, binary-, 3; counting in Arosi, 236.
  • Cranston, R. E., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • Crowther, W. L., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Cucurbita (gourd), distribution of, 8.
  • Currie, A. E., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • customary law, exotic, bureau for study of, 176.
  • Dale, W. S., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • dance and song, collection of, 103 on.
  • Davies, V. C., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • dead, orientation of, 81.
  • Deniker, J., ethnic age of Polynesian, 160.
  • Diascorea, see Yam.
  • dictaphone records of songs, 125.
  • digging implements (ko), illustrations of, 8-9.
  • divorce, causes of, Ontong Java, 33.
  • Dixon, R. B., recent archaeological discoveries in Philippines, 165.
  • dolls, adopted as children, Gilbert Islands, 234.
  • dolmen-builders, spread of, 162.
  • Donne, T. E., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • double canoe in de Rienzi's Oceania, 56; note of all observed in New Zealand waters, 56.
  • Downes, T. W., elected to Council of Polynesian Society, 179.
  • dual cultures, Oceania, and sextotems, 250.
  • Duncan, R., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Easter Island, peopled from Rapa, 162; translation of tablets unreliable, 163; the weapon ua, 191.
  • eastward, windward equivalent to, 205.
  • eastward migration in Pacific, 161.
  • eclipses, Gilbert Islands, 219.
  • Edge-Partington, J., obituary, 247.
  • Ediphone records of songs, 125.
  • Egmont, Mt., ancient Maori oven, 73; recent activity of, 75 and on; first ascent of (by Tahu-rangi), 78; botanical peculiarities, 78.
  • Egyptian and Maori grubbers, illustration 9, p. 8.
  • Emerson, Dorothea, on the name ukulele, 175.
  • Emory, K. P., Kaitaia carving from South-east Polynesia, 253; canoe-carving from Huahine, 253; Emory's movements, 167, 169.
  • endearment, no terms of in Ontong Java, 28.
  • Esser, Dr. S. J., life member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • ewe te ka-roro, Gilbertese maxim, 232.
  • excavation of cave near Taieri mouth, 87.
  • exchange-adoption, Gilbert Islands, 233.
  • exotic customary law, bureau for study of, 176.
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  • fabrics of Peru, 163.
  • fatherhood, ideas of in Ontong Java, 32.
  • fertilization of gourd, 10.
  • Fildes, H., details concerning Robley, 43.
  • fire-sticks, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • fires to protect crops, 1.
  • first-fruits of harvest, 4.
  • Firth, R., lecturer in anthropology, Sydney, 167; Maori canoe-sail, 129; Maori material in Vienna Museum, 95; totemism in Polynesia, 251; acknowledgement regarding canoe-sail, 252.
  • Fisher Library, Sydney University, elected member of Polynesian Society, 59; resignation, 177.
  • fish-gorges, Samoa, 51.
  • fish-hooks, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • Fleming, W. F., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • flutes, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • food-plants, European, introduction of, 18.
  • food-prohibitions, Gilbert Islands, 233.
  • Forster, J. R., yam in New Zealand, 5.
  • Fortune, R. F., and Mrs, movements of, 167.
  • Foster, D., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • Fox, C. E., Arosi numerals and numeration, 236.
  • Frisbie, Rev., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • Funafuti borings and subsidence, 162.
  • Futuna, possessives of, 141.
  • gable-ornaments, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • garments, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • Geniostoma ligustrifolium, leaves used in cooking, 15; see also papa.
  • gesture a phase of dancing, 107.
  • Gilbertese astronomy, 197.
  • Gilbert Islands, adoption in, 225; astronomy, 197.
  • Goller, J., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Good, H. M., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • gourd, cultivation of, 8.
  • gourds, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • graphophone, for recording music, 124.
  • Grimble, A., Gilbertese astronomy, 197.
  • growth, vegetable, personified, 2.
  • Gunn, Dr., Melanesian possessives, 142.
  • Haddon, Rev. O. T., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • haehae, a pattern in carving, 254.
  • Haldane, A., ancient Maori oven on Mt. Egmont, 73.
  • Hall, T. A. C., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • Hamilton, A., Arabic voyages and New Zealand, 154.
  • Hamilton, J. W., names Maori who said he saw the moa and Captain Cook, 157.
  • Hammond, T. G., source of taro, 6; flowering of taro, 7; introduction of ti para, 13.
  • hamzah, in Samoan, 52; Ray's remarks on Stimson's paper, 53; Ivens on use of, 173-74.
  • Handy, E. S. Craighill, work of, 168.
  • Handy, Willowdean C., Marquesan art, 168.
  • hangehange leaves used in cooking, 15.
  • harvesting of root-crops, 2.
  • hauhakenga, harvesting of root-crops, 2.
  • Haumatangi, saw moa and Captain Cook (alleged), 157.
  • Hawkes Bay members, year's subscription to be remitted, 179.
  • heads, preserved, Robley collection, 40-41; heads in New Zealand and elsewhere, 41, 93.
  • Hector, J., treatment of ti para, 13.
  • Hefferman, A. H., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • hekerau, small kumara tubers, 4.
  • Henderson, A. G., new members of Polynesian Society, 58.
  • hika, stage in growth of hue, 11.
  • Hine-rau-wharangi, personification of vegetable-growth, 2.
  • Hocken, T. M., secured Robley's material for revised edition of Moko, 41.
  • Hodgkins, W. J. P., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • hoeroa, in Vienna Museum, 98.
  • Hogbin, H. I., Sexual Life of Ontong Java, 23.
  • homo-sexuals, Ontong Java, 26.
  • Honena te Maioha, message-cord, 101; weapons in Vienna Museum, 97.
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  • honeysuckle wood, phosphorescent, 15.
  • Hongi, capture of Matakitaki pa, 35.
  • Hooker, J. D., yam in New Zealand, 5.
  • “Horouta,” brought yam to New Zealand, 5.
  • hotete, pest in crops, 1.
  • houhunga, tubers missed in harvest, 4.
  • house-building amenities, Samoa, 50-51.
  • Huahine, canoe-carving from, 253.
  • hue (Lagenaria vulgaris), cultivation of, 8.
  • hupe, moko-pattern, 44.
  • Hutton, F. W., on species of moa, 155.
  • Ilott, J. M. A., elected to Council, Polynesian Society, 179.
  • Imbelloni, Dr. J., new member of Polynesian Society, 58; criticism of his paper by Beasley, 173; notes on his paper by Skinner, 183.
  • indeterminate article, in Polynesia and Melanesia, 147.
  • Indus Valley, ancient cultures, 166.
  • infanticide, rare on Ontong Java, 34.
  • insect pests in Maori crops, 1.
  • Institute Pacific Relations, on Exchange List, 177.
  • Internal Affairs Dept., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • ipu, ipu hue, gourd-bowl, 11.
  • ipurangi, a taro-pit, 7.
  • Iranui and turnip as korau, 17.
  • irrigation, not practised by Maori, 6.
  • iti-bong namakaina, phase of moon, 217.
  • itingaro, before point of dawn, 205.
  • Ivens, W., on his use of hamzah, 173-74.
  • James, A. M., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • kaheru (spades), illus. of, 8 and on.
  • Kai-mirumiru, burial of in eruption, 77.
  • Kai-ni-katiku, positions in sun's course, 212.
  • Kaitaia carving from South-east Polynesia, 253.
  • Kaitara, a position of the sun, 206.
  • kaiti, phase of moon, 218.
  • Kakai, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • kakoriri (weaning), on Gilbert Islands, 229.
  • Kāma, Southern Cross, 204.
  • Kamākonokonē, name in Gilbertese karakia, 213.
  • kama-po (bastard), term of abuse, 33.
  • Kanangaroi, magic ritual, 235.
  • kao, dried kumara, 4.
  • karaka (Corynocarpus laevigatus), introduction, 18.
  • Karaka-tonga, pa of Awhi-papa, 77.
  • karakia
  • Gilbert Islands:
  • to cause sun to set, 213.
  • to cause an eclipse, 220.
  • at new moon, 222.
  • Maori:
  • on planting hue, 8, 9.
  • karakia first lines—
  • Gilbert Islands:
  • I ti bwerebwere-ia mata. … 220.
  • Namakaina, O! Namakaina, O!. … 222.
  • Maori:
  • Pu-te-hue; kia tuputupu nunui koe, 8.
  • He aha taku kakano? 9.
  • kare-ao, phase of moon, 218.
  • katenua n ta, astronomical point, 198.
  • Katoki n atuna, a season, 201.
  • ka tu te rua ti. …, 17.
  • kauae (kauwae), moko-pattern, 44.
  • kauoua n ta, astronomical point, 198.
  • ka'upu, an unmarried female, 29.
  • kauti, ceremonial, 205.
  • kawai, hue-runners, 11.
  • kawakawa, leaves burnt as insecticide, 1.
  • Ke, on calculating the seasons, 207.
  • Kelly, L. G, details of Matakitaki pa, 35.
  • kelp containers, 9.
  • Kennedy, D. G., Field Notes on the Culture of Vaitupu, Ellice Islds., Supplement each quarter.
  • Kennedy, K., editor of Mankind, 165; on Maori music, 92.
  • ketu, cultivating implement, illus., 8 illus. 6.
  • Kibokibo, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • kiremrem, adoption of, 234.
  • Kirk, T., habits of ti para, 13.
  • ko (digging implement), illustrations of, 8-9; specimens in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • koauau, variation in intervals of, 92; specimens in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • kohiri, moko-pattern, 46.
  • kopana, sorting of kumara, 3.
  • koputu, heaps of dry tubers, 3.
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  • Korān, phase of moon, 217.
  • korau, a food-plant, 17.
  • korowaha, moko-pattern, 46.
  • korupe, example of in Cranmore Museum, 175.
  • kotawa, young gourd, 8.
  • koupiala, an unmarried man, 29.
  • Kourenui, tewhatewha in Vienna Museum, 97.
  • kowenewene, a name of hue, 8.
  • kumara, harvesting of, 2.
  • kumikumi, moko-pattern, 46.
  • kumara-god (so-called), illus., 9.
  • Kunei, a season, 201.
  • Lagenaria vulgaris (hue), cultivation of, 8.
  • law, customary exotic, bureau for study of, 176.
  • Lehmann, Dr. R., new member of Polynesian Society, 58.
  • Lehner, Rev. S., new member of Polynesian Society, 177.
  • letter-changes in Polynesian, 53.
  • linguistics, Polynesian possessives, 141; Ivens on his use of hamzah, 173-4; Fox on Arosi numeration, 236; letter changes in Polynesia, 53.
  • linguistics—
  • original texts:
  • Gilbert Islands; myth of Nei Auti (Pleiades) and Rimwimāta (Antares), 203.
  • lintel (korupe), example of in Cranmore Museum, 175; in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • Loeb, Dr. E., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Macdonald, Rev. D., death of, 177.
  • Maciver, A. H., re-elected treasurer, Polynesian Society, 179.
  • McKay, G. J. Sinclair, new member Polynesian Society, 177.
  • McKay, W., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • McKenzie, A., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • McNab, R. G. C., new member of Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Macropiper excelsum, smoke of leaves as insecticide, 1.
  • Maerua tribe, eclipse-makers, 219.
  • magic and religion, distinction, 223.
  • magico-ritual observances, Gilbert Islands, at new moon, 221; to cause eclipses, 220.
  • mahanga, shaped gourd, 10.
  • Mahia, carvings from, 254.
  • mahonge, narrow-leafed ti para, 13.
  • Maihi, introduction of taro, 6.
  • maihi, carved, from Mahia, 254.
  • maikaika, plant on taro store-pit, 8.
  • maize of Peru indigenous in Asia highlands, 162.
  • Mākaiao, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • makaina, the moon (Gilbert Islds.), 217.
  • Malinowski, B., sexual pastimes of children, 23-24; note on patu, 191.
  • Malay peninsula, archaeological finds in, 166.
  • Maniapoto, taiaha in Vienna Museum, 97.
  • Manimaere, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • Mankind. new periodical, 165.
  • Maunawawa, a season. 201.
  • Mantoa, a season, 201.
  • Maori Ethnological Research, Board of, Hon Member of Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Maori music, Kennedy's note on, 92.
  • map, sketch of Matakitaki pa, 36.
  • Marakei, adoption on, 228.
  • Marattia fraxinea, see para-tawhiti.
  • marena ni bong, astronomical point, 199.
  • marital relationships, Ontong Java, 30-31.
  • marriage-prohibitions, Gilbert Islands, 232.
  • Maru, knowledge of taro, 6.
  • Massim area culture, 190.
  • masturbation, common in Ontong Java, 26.
  • Matakitaki pa, details of, 35.
  • Matamona, mother of Bue (=Maui) 220.
  • Mata-te-ra, habitat of taro, 6.
  • matoa, a state of the sun, 212.
  • Maude (mis-spelt Claude), H. E., new member Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Maude, H. E., work in Gilbert Islands, 255.
  • Maude, H. C. and H. E., Adoption in Gilbert Islands, 225.
  • Mead, Margaret (Mrs. Fortune), movements of, 167.
  • mea parekereke, seed-bed of hue, 11.
  • Melanesian possessives, 142.
  • menstruation, no tapu connected with, on Ontong Java, 29.
  • mere, chance distribution of, 173.
  • mesolithic discoveries, Philippines, 165.
  • message-cord, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • migrant Polynesians, divergent streams near Reef Island, 149.
  • miti, a weapon, shape of, 190.
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  • Mitra, Panchanan, work of, 168.
  • moa, review of Buick's Mystery of the Moa, 153; of Palmer's, 158; number of papers on, 153; supposed Arabic mention of, 153; first bone-finds, 153, 154; first skeletons set up, 154; name Dinornis given, 155; number of species, 155; classification, 155; evolution of, 155; date of extinction, 156; cause of death, 156; eaten by man, 156; extermination by man, 156; recent finds of complete skeletons, 157; Maori and other evidence, 157; proverbs and phrases, 158; not mentioned in Lee's Grammar, 158.
  • moa-bone, in excavations at Taieri mouth, 88.
  • moa-hunters, culture of, 90.
  • moa n ta, astronomical point, 198.
  • moko, Robley's book on, 40.
  • moon, influence on planting taro, 7; hue, 8; phases of, Gilbert Islds., 216.
  • Mota, classificatory methods of, 243.
  • mummification by sun-drying, 96-7.
  • music, on collection of, 103; Samoa, more detail needed, 52; Kennedy's note on Maori music, 92.
  • musical instruments of Pacific, 120; how ukulele was named, 175.
  • myth of Pleiades and Antares, 203.
  • name-giving feast, Gilbert Islands, 229.
  • Nana ni matangi, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • Nangi ni bwebwe, a cardinal point, 208, 209.
  • Nango teaina, a season, 201.
  • Nango tenai, a season, 201.
  • Nango uaai, a season, 201.
  • Nā n uri ni kamaraia, a cardinal point, 208, 211.
  • nati, adoption as, 227.
  • navigators of the Pacific, 161.
  • Nei Auti, Pleiades, 200; myth of, 203.
  • Nelson Institute, resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • neolithic discoveries, Philippines, 165.
  • New Hebrides, possessives of, 141.
  • ng, in Samoan, should not be represented with g, 52.
  • Ngahuru, harvest, 2.
  • Ngata, Sir A. T., elected to Council of Polynesian Society, 179.
  • ngu, moko-pattern, 44.
  • ngurengure, insect pests, 1.
  • ngutu purua, moko-pattern, 44.
  • Nieuwenhuis, A. W., Sexualtotem-ismus als Basis der dualistischen Kulturen, 250.
  • niho, stack of kumara in store-pit, 3.
  • nikaveve, astronomical point, 199.
  • Nikunau, adoption in, 225.
  • Nimaunauna, a season, 201.
  • Ni-ni-marai, adoption-present, 229.
  • Nothofagus, not found on Mt. Egmont, 79.
  • Nukutere, a Cordyline and karaka introduced in, 13.
  • numerals, Arosi, 236.
  • obituaries, Best, 151; Baucke, 152; Robley, 39; Edge-Partington, 59, 247; Tregear, 244.
  • Oceania, new periodical, 164.
  • Ocean Island, see Banaba.
  • Ohaua-te-rangi, ti para at, 12.
  • Oldman, W. O., life member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • Oliver, W. R. B., An Ancient Maori Oven on Mt. Egmont, 73; classification of moa, 155.
  • onewa, from Arkansas River, 192; from California, 192; brass onewa, 193; varieties of, 184.
  • Onotoa, adoption in, 225.
  • Ontong Java, weapons from, 191.
  • orientation of Maori dead, 81.
  • original texts, see linguistics.
  • Orongo-nui, favourable day for planting taro, 7.
  • orphans, care of in Gilbert Islands, 226.
  • Oulds, G. F., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • oven, ancient Maori, on Mt. Egmont, 73.
  • pa, details of Matakitaki pa, 35.
  • Pacific Relations, Institute of, on exchange list, 177.
  • paepae, moko-pattern, 46.
  • pae umu, band of leaves in oven, 4.
  • pakati, part of a pattern in carving, 254.
  • pale-i'a, term of endearment, 28.
  • Palmer, C. O. and E., Mystery of the Moa, review, 158.
  • papa, leaves in preparation of kao, 4.
  • Papanui beach, Otago, burials, 81.
  • papa-raukura, in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • para-tawhiti, as food, 5.
  • Partington, J. Edge-, death of, 59; obituary, 247; Maori canoe-sail, 129.
  • parua, taro-pit; parua koau, a shallow form of pit, 7.
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  • patangaroa, second pair of hue-leaves, 11.
  • Paterson, A. F. M., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • patu family, occurrence in and beyond New Zealand, 183.
  • patu onewa, in Vienna Museum, 98.
  • pendants, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • Penn, W. J., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • perforated rock in Cook, variants of, 56.
  • periodical literature, 164; recent articles, 165, 167; 250.
  • personal notes, 167.
  • Peru, Polynesian contact, 160, 162; architecture of, 162; woven fabrics and colours, 163.
  • Philippines, archaeological discoveries, 165.
  • Phillipps, W. J., carvings from Mahia, 254.
  • phonograph record of songs, 112.
  • Pileni (Reef Island), possessives of, 142; diverging streams of Polynesian migration at, 149.
  • pinaki, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • Platts, F. W., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Pleiades, in Gilbertese astronomy, 200, 203.
  • plumes, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • Poindexter, M., The Ayar-Incas, review, 159.
  • Polynesia an area of subsidence, 162.
  • Polynesian contacts with America, 195.
  • Polynesian dialects in New Hebrides, 148.
  • Polynesian, ethnic age of, 160.
  • Polynesian migrations, diverging stream near Reef Island, 149.
  • Polynesian possessives, peculiarities 141.
  • Polynesian Society—
  • annual meeting, 31st Aug., 1931, 178; annual report, 179; balance sheet, 182.
  • incorporation of Society, 178.
  • life-membership conditions, 178.
  • list of members, 60.
  • list of exchanges, 70.
  • meeting of council, 12th February, 1931, 58; 26th August, 1931, 177.
  • new rules approved, 178.
  • proposed fellowships, 178-79.
  • publications received, 47, 91, 170.
  • transfer of part library, 59, 181.
  • pongiangia, moko-pattern, 44.
  • poria, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • possessives, Polynesian, peculiarities, 141.
  • potato, introduction regarded as a boon, 19; details of introduction, 19 and on.
  • Poukawa lake, totara pole in, 55; meaning of name, 55-56.
  • Pounamu, volume by Robley, 42.
  • pounders, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • preserved heads, specimen in Otago Museum, 93.
  • property, Arosi words for, 243.
  • prostitutes, proportion to number of men, Ontong Java, 25.
  • pukaru, moko-pattern, 44.
  • Puketutu, part of Matakitaki pa, 35.
  • puriri, leaves in preparing kao, 4.
  • Purō, a season, 201.
  • Purvis, E. W., and the instrument ukulele, 176.
  • putaihinu, third pair hue-leaves, 11.
  • putaringa, moko-pattern, 46.
  • Pū-tē-hue, personification of hue, 8.
  • putorino, in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • ra, canoe-sail, 129, 136.
  • rahui, strictness of, 156.
  • Rakau-matohi, Rakau-nui favourable days for planting taro, 7; hue, 8.
  • Rangi Hiroa, Te (P. H. Buck), movements of, 168; Samoan Material Culture, review, 50; appointment to Yale, 57; Maori canoe-sail, 136; life member of Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Rangikirawera, division of Poukawa Lake, 55.
  • Rangikawhiua, division of Poukawa Lake, 55.
  • Ra-paki-marae, plaza of Awhi-papa, 77.
  • Rapa and Rapanui, connection, 162.
  • rapa, strenpiece of canoe, Vienna Museum, 97; carved specimen from Mahia, 255.
  • Rāruru, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • rat, Maori, not a crop pest, but Norway rat was, 1.
  • rau kakano, first pair of hue-leaves, 11; rautara second pair, 11.
  • rauponga, a pattern in carving, 254.
  • Rauru, introduction of taro, 6.
  • religion and magic, distinction, 223.
  • ridge-pole, carved, from Mahia, 254.
  • Rigel in Gilbertese astronomy, 198.
  • Rigel, in myth, 204.
  • Rimwimāta, year-division, 200; star Antares, myth of, 203.
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  • Rube ma te iti, a season, 201.
  • Ray, S. H., remarks on hamzah and Stimson's paper, 53.
  • Reef Island, possessives of, 142; a diverging stream of Polynesians from here, 149.
  • Reinga, Te, direction of, 81.
  • Reischek collection, Vienna, 95.
  • relationship terms, New Hebrides, 145.
  • rerepehi, moko-pattern, 44.
  • reviews—
  • Mystery of the Moa, by T. L. Buick, 153.
  • Mystery of the Moa, by C. O. and E. Palmer, 158.
  • The Ayar-Incas, by M. Poindexter, 159.
  • rewha, moko-pattern, 44.
  • rewarewa (honeysuckle) wood phosphorescent, 15.
  • Rienzi, double-canoe in his Oceania, 56.
  • Roberts, Helen H., how the Hawaiian instrument, the ukulele, received its name, 175; on collecting music, 103.
  • Robley, H. G., obituary, 39; book on moko, 40; dried heads, 40-41; sketches by in New Zealand, 41; his volume Pounamu, 42; names of tattooing patterns, 44.
  • Rongo, in harvest ceremonies, 4.
  • Robins, J. C., ancient Maori oven on Mt. Egmont, 73.
  • Ropata Wahawaha, and turnip as korau, 17.
  • rua kopiha, rua tahuhu, kumara-storepits, 3.
  • Ruhanui, period of harvest, 2.
  • sail, canoe-, Maori, in British Museum, 129, 136.
  • Samoa, two strata of language in, 148; central spot of world, Gilbert Islands, 212.
  • Samoan Material Culture, Te Rangi Hiroa (review), 50.
  • Scott, F., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • seagull, destroying of caterpillars, 1.
  • seasons, in Gilbert Islands, 201.
  • seemoah, a fancied mention of moa, 153.
  • sententious saying, Ka tu te rua ti. …, 17.
  • sex-totem, basis of dual cultures, Oceania, 250.
  • sexual life of Ontong Java, 23.
  • Shapiro, H. L., work of, 168.
  • Sharpe, J. B., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • shell-money, how counted, 240.
  • simurgh, a name of ‘roc,’ 154.
  • Sinclair, A. W., resigned from the Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Skinner, H. D., on the patu family and its occurrence beyond New Zealand, 183; elected to Council of Polynesian Society, 179.
  • Smith, H. Guthrie-, resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Smith, J. D., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Smith, M. Crompton-, re-elected Secretary of Polynesian Society, 179.
  • Smith, S. P., recent activity of Mt. Egmont, 77.
  • Smith, W. O., death of, 59.
  • Smith, W. R., resigned from the Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Smither, P. T., new member Polynesian Society, 58.
  • smoke as insecticide, 1.
  • songs, collecting of, 103.
  • Southern Cross, Kāma, 204.
  • spades (kaheru), forms of, 8 and on.
  • spears, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 97.
  • squatting burial in New Zealand, 83.
  • stars, in myth of Pleiades and Antares, 204.
  • Steele, R. H, orientation of Maori dead, 81; preserved head in Otago Museum, 93; new member of Polynesian Society, 58.
  • stern-piece of canoe, Vienna Museum, 97; carved specimen from Mahia, 255.
  • Stimson, J. Frank, work in Tuamotu, 168-69.
  • stone bowl, carved, 57.
  • stone tools, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • stone-work of Polynesia and the Andes, 161, 162.
  • stone-work technique of high order in moa-hunter times, 194.
  • Stowell, H., recent activity of Mt. Egmont, 77.
  • string-figures, Samoa, 52; the sun, Gilbert Islands, 214-15.
  • successive adoptions, Gilbert Islds, 233.
  • supplejack, as scraper, 4.
  • sun, movements noted in Butaritari, 205; string-figure of, 214-15.
  • Sutherland, I. L. G., elected to Council, Polynesian Society, 179.
  • Swarbrick, G., recent finds of moa bones, 157.
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  • tabo namakaina, phase of moon, 218.
  • tahā huahua, gourd for food, 11.
  • tahā wai, gourd for water, 11.
  • tahanui, broad-leafed ti para, 13.
  • Tahiti settled from Samoa, 162.
  • tahumairangi, a food-plant, 17.
  • Tahurangi, eruption of Egmont in days of, 77; first ascent of mountain, 78.
  • taiaha in Vienna Museum, 97.
  • Taieri mouth, excavation of cave near, 87.
  • tairua, a turnip-like plant, 17.
  • taka, mats used in umu, 4.
  • Tāke, a cardinal point, 208, 210.
  • tales, Gilbert Islands, myth of Pleiades and Antares, 203-04.
  • Tāmoa, a position in sun's course, 212.
  • Tanikera, spear in Vienna Museum, 98.
  • tapu disregarded for money, 96.
  • Tarawa-i-nuku, burial of in eruption, 77.
  • taro, as food-plant, 6; ceremonial use, 6; flowering of, 7; number of names, 8.
  • taro-para, a food-plant, 6.
  • tatanga, astronomical point, 198.
  • tatanga ni maeao, the western horizon, 198.
  • tatanga ni mainiku, the eastern horizon, 197-98.
  • tattooing, Robley's book on, 40; names of patterns, 44.
  • tattooing-instruments, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • Taubuki, the star Rigel, 204.
  • taubuki, astronomical point, 198.
  • taumata atua, on kumara-field, illus., 9.
  • Taurakohia, part of Matakitaki pa, 35.
  • taurapa, from Mahia, 255.
  • tauwhenui, weapons in Vienna Museum, 98.
  • towaha, divisions in store-pit, 3.
  • Tawhiao, hoeroa in Vienna Museum, 98.
  • Tegado, arched rock at, 56.
  • Teviotdale, D., excavation of cave near Taieri mouth, 87.
  • tewhatewha in Vienna Museum, 97.
  • Thorpe, W. W., adze-blade from Dark Point, 252; editor of Mankind, 165.
  • Thomson, A., resigned from Polynesian Society, 59.
  • Thomson, G. C., new member of Polynesian Society, 58.
  • ti (Cordyline), cultivation, etc., 11; Maori names of various species, 14.
  • tiaborau, navigator and astronomer, 197.
  • tibutibu (adoption), in Gilbert Islands, 225.
  • Tikao, Hone, Cordyline in South Island, 16.
  • tiki, in Vienna Museum, 101.
  • ti kowhiti, cultivated Cordyline, 11.
  • ti manu, an unidentified Cordyline, 14.
  • ti mataku tai, an appropriate name, 14.
  • Timms, H. S., new member Polynesian Society, 177.
  • timo, weeding implement, illus. 9, p. 8.
  • ti para, cultivated Cordyline, 11; did not grow wild, 12-13.
  • ti pore, an introduced Cordyline, 11.
  • ti puatea, an unidentified Cordyline, 14.
  • tiraha, kumara-baskets, 3.
  • Tiroron formula to cause sun to set, 213.
  • ti tawhiti, cultivated Cordyline, 11.
  • titi, moko-pattern, 44.
  • tiwhana, moko-pattern, 44.
  • Toatoa, a season, 201.
  • toka namakaina, phase of moon, 218.
  • toki a position of the sun, 205.
  • toki-poutangata, evolution of patu group, 184.
  • Tolaga Bay, yam at, 5; hue, 10.
  • tonokai, moko-pattern, 44.
  • torongu, insect pests, 1.
  • totemism in Polynesia, 251.
  • totems, Gilbert Islands, 233.
  • Tregear, E., obituary, 244.
  • trinket-boxes, Maori, in Vienna Museum, 100.
  • Trobriand weapons, 190.
  • Tuamotu settled from Samoa, 162.
  • Tukabu n Auti, a season, 201.
  • tungoungou, insect pests, 1.
  • tupeke, insect pests, 1.
  • tupere, insect pests, 1.
  • turnip, korau as name of, 17; introduction of, etc., 17.
  • Turu, favourable day for planting hue, 8.
  • Tuta Nihoniho, turnip-like plant tahumairangi, 17.
  • ua of Easter Island like Maori taiaha, 191.
  • ufi, uhi, Polynesian name of yam, 5.
  • ukulele, how the name arose, 175.
  • uma ni borau, navigators' name for the heavens, 197.
  • umu tuapora, oven of first fruits, 4.
  • uwhi kumara, a food-plant, 6.
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  • uwhi parareka, a food-plant, 6.
  • uwhi, uwhikaho, the yam, 5.
  • Vaitupu, Field Notes, supplement each quarter.
  • Vaughan, E. P. C., new member of Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Vega, the star Whanui, 2.
  • vegetable growth personified, 2.
  • Vickers, E. R., resigned from the Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Vienna Museum, Maori material in, 95.
  • Vitex lucens, see puriri.
  • vocal music, collection of, 108.
  • voyages in small craft, 161; of Polynesians, 160-61.
  • volcanity, recent, of Mt. Egmont, 73.
  • Wade, H. C. D., new member of Polynesian Society, 58.
  • wahaika, in Vienna Museum, 99.
  • Waiapu, Bishop of, re-elected President, Polynesian Society, 179.
  • Wai a te Rua-ti, southern limit of kumara, 5.
  • Waiapu Maori, cultivation of taro, 8.
  • Waiaua, landing-place of Nukutere, 13.
  • Wairua, habitat of taro, 6.
  • Wairua-ngangana, source of taro, 6.
  • Walsh, Archd., preparation of Cordyline terminalis, 12.
  • weaning, on Gilbert Islands, 229.
  • weeding of Maori crops, 1.
  • wero, moko-pattern, 46.
  • wenewene, a name of hue, 8.
  • whai, figure of sun, Gilbert Islands, 214-15; whai in Samoa, 52.
  • whakaaiai, artifical fertilization, 10.
  • whakaota, double-cropping of potato, 20.
  • whakapara, double cropping of potato, 20.
  • whakapipi, stacking of kumara, 3.
  • whakarau, hastening germination of hue-seed, 10.
  • whakatara, moko-pattern, 44.
  • Whanui, the star of root-harvest, 2.
  • 'wharauroa, its call the signal to the cultivator, 21.
  • wha taro, used as food, 7.
  • Whitcombe, F. N., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • White, J., source of taro, 6; karakia at planting hue, 8, 9; growth and cooking of ti para, 14-15.
  • Whitiora te Nakau, tewhatewha in Vienna Museum, 97.
  • Whyte, W., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Wickcliffe Bay, orientation of dead at, 81.
  • Williams, F. W., resigned from the Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Williams, H. W., Bishop of Waiapu, re-elected President of Polynesian Society, 179.
  • Williams, W., moa-bones, 154.
  • Wilson, C. A., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • Wilson, W., resigned from Polynesian Society, 177.
  • windward meaning eastward, 205.
  • winter solstice, calculation of, 207.
  • Wira phonograph for recording songs, 126.
  • women, and harvesting, 3.
  • wood-ashes as manure, 11.
  • Woodley, F. T., new member of the Polynesian Society, 177.
  • woven fabrics of Peru, 163.
  • yam, cultivation of, 5.

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