Volume 44 1935 > Index to volume XLIV, p 250 - 257
                                                                                             Previous | Next   

- 250 INDEX TO VOLUME 44.
  • abortion, in Wogeo, 211.
  • Acheson, F. O. V., resigned from Polynesian Society, 249.
  • adoption, in Wogeo, 208.
  • afatengteng, shell-ring, 111.
  • ahu, significance of term, 49.
  • Aitutaki, traditions, 26; image from, 155.
  • Akiaki-whenua, anchor of Aotea, 36.
  • Allen island, watercraft at, 144.
  • America, reached by Polynesians? 56.
  • amfat, social significance, 97.
  • amfatmil, a shell-ring, 105, 110.
  • amulets, Maori, 17; various types, 19; distribution of motives, 20.
  • an, connected with amfat; for an simpendalu, etc., see under simpendalu, etc.
  • Andersen, H., resigned from Polynesian Society, 130.
  • Andersen, J. C., obituary of J. Macmillan Brown, 54; review of Dixon's Contacts with America across the Southern Pacific, 56; of Dixon's The Long Voyages of the Polynesians, 58; of Stokes' Japanese Cultural Influences in Hawaii, 62; King's birthday honour, 130; re-elected editor of journal, 131.
  • Anewa-o-te-rangi, Te, Turi's spear, 43.
  • angfat (=amfat), 97.
  • animals, as representatives of gods in Polynesia, 52-3.
  • animate representatives of gods, how evolved, 51.
  • Anthropological and Ethnological Research, Congress of, record received, 130.
  • Aotea chants, 36.
  • Aputu, brother of Aravakatoa, 29.
  • Araroa, Te, a toa of Ngatipaaki, 30.
  • Aravakatoa, Te, assailant of Ope, 29.
  • Arnhem land, canoes of, 76, 139.
  • art, primitive and other, 114.
  • artifacts, Hawaii, kahili, 62-3;
  • Japan, keyari, 62-3;
  • Maori, amulets, 17;
  • bowl (ipu) of steatite, 34;
  • feather-boxes (waka-huia), 189;
  • pot, for war-paint, 191, fig. 11; for tattooing-pigment, 191, fig. 12;
  • weaving-peg (turuturu), 65;
  • wahaika, 65;
  • and see under Oldman collection
  • New Ireland, shell-rings (amfat), 97;
  • Santa Cruz, feather-money, 173.
  • Asia and Australia connected, 126.
  • Atlantis, location of, 129.
  • Atrina, for shell-money, 182.
  • Auckland University College, new member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • Aukele-nui-a-Iku, story of, 63.
  • Australian watercraft, 1, 69, 137, 193.
  • Australians, migrations of, 127.
  • Austral islands, images from, 157.
  • Australoids, in India, 126.
  • Autruan,—,Sumerian language, 126.
  • Avery & Sons Ltd., T., work and consideration appreciated, 132.
  • Awhio-rangi, Te, a toki, 37; in karakia, 38.
  • Aztec culture, 128.
  • bailer, of Aotea, chant for making of, 40, 41.
  • Baillie, H., re-elected auditor Polynesian Society, 131.
  • Balneavis, H. R. H., re-elected to council Polynesian Society, 131.
  • bark-canoe, Aust., 79, 137, 200.
  • Batavia river, outriggers at, 13, 15.
  • Bathurst island, bark-canoe, 139; raft at, 150.
  • Beaglehole, J. C., movements of, 64.
  • Beasley, H. G., a weaving-peg (turuturu), 65, illus. 64; a carved wahaika, 65; feather-boxes (wakahuia), 189.
  • Beattie, J. W., photo of coils of feather-money, 182.
  • Bell, F. L. S., social significance of amfat, 97.
  • Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Mangareva expedition, 64.
  • Best, E., on Maori cremation, 35.
  • Bett, F. A., resigned from Polynesian Society, 249.
  • bird-grappling-snake motive in amulets, 23.
  • Bird islands, outrigger at, 14.
  • Birdlings flat, amulet from, 17.
  • Blomfield rivulet, outrigger canoes at, 12.
  • Blue Mud bay, canoe of, 82.
- 251
  • Bodin, H., migrations of mankind, 124.
  • boer, shell-money, 182.
  • boiam, a red dye, 108.
  • Boieng, amfat at, 104.
  • Borraloola, canoe from, 83.
  • bowl (ipu), found at Kahaunui, 34.
  • Brown, J. Macmillan, obituary, 54.
  • Brown, J. Spring-, resigned from Polynesian Society, 130.
  • Bruce, Wm., death of noted, 67.
  • Buddle, Mrs. T., cap worn by, 161.
  • Bullaria, for decoration, 174.
  • Burgess, Capt., feather-money as betrothal-price, 182.
  • burial-cave, 190.
  • bush-license for spirits, abuse of, 220.
  • canoe-prows, design in carving, 119-20.
  • canoes, sizes of voyaging canoes, 58; c. of Santa Cruz, 179-80; see also watercraft.
  • Canterbury Public Library, new member Polynesian Society, 68.
  • Capell, A., Sikayana grammar, etc., 163.
  • Cape York peninsula, double-outrigger in, 12.
  • caps, worn by women in early eighteen hundreds, 161.
  • cave, for burial, 190.
  • central Polynesia, area defined, 96.
  • Chambers, Frederick., death of noted, 67.
  • chants of Aotea canoe, 36.
  • charms, for feather-money, 176-7.
  • children, desire for, 209.
  • Chinnery, E. W. P., amfat, 97-8.
  • civilization, reaction of Maori to impact of, 216.
  • clam, in making amfat, 99.
  • Claremont islands, and outrigger, 13.
  • Clarence strait, watercraft at, 140.
  • cleanliness, Maori, 242.
  • clothing, European and Maori, 221.
  • coconut-money, in Santa Cruz, 182.
  • Cole, W. A., new member Polynesian Society, 68.
  • Coix lachryma, seeds for decoration, 174.
  • Collier, F. J., new member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • Colenso, W., polygamy of Maori, 227-28.
  • confiscation of Maori land, a blunder, 232.
  • contraceptives, native use of, 210.
  • Cook islands, images from, 155; pearl-shell pendants, 187.
  • Corney, G., resigned from Polynesian Society, 130.
  • Correa, M., Antarctic migration, 128.
  • Creed, Mrs. C., cap worn by, 161.
  • cremation, by Maori, 32.
  • Cruyl, P., new member Polynesian Society, 249.
  • Cult of Kiho Tumu, J. F. Stimson, review, 184.
  • cultures, similar, reasons for, 56-7.
  • cutting-grass, toetoe, 224.
  • dance-master, owns his own compositions, 108.
  • Dap, adoption in, 208.
  • Darwin, port, raft at, 150, 194.
  • Davidson, D. S., Chronology of Australian Watercraft, 1, 69, 137, 193.
  • decimal counting of Maori, 241.
  • Delambre island, log watercraft, 196.
  • deluge, cosmic cataclysm, 128.
  • design and pattern, 115.
  • deterioration in Maori art, reason for, 117.
  • Devereux, G., resigned from Polynesian Society, 130.
  • diffusion or independent evolution of traits, 56.
  • Dixon, R. B., Contacts with America across the Southern Pacific, review of, 56; The Long Voyages of the Polynesians, review of, 58; occurrence of outrigger, 10.
  • Dixon, R. B., death of, 249.
  • dog-skin cloak, given for Aotea canoe, 36.
  • Downes, T. W., re-elected to council Polynesian Society, 131.
  • Drapkin, I., Franco-Belgian ethnological expedition to Easter isld., 66.
  • Drexel,—, Sumerian language, 126.
  • drift-voyages discussed, 59, 62.
  • drink, and the Maori, 220.
  • Drysdale river dugout, 71.
  • dugout, Australia, 71; d. versus bark-canoe, 139; popularity and diffusion, 140.
  • Easter island, in Pacific voyages, 60; ahu of, 49; Franco-Belgian ethnological expedition to, 66; no mystery in the great ahu, 67; affinities of script, 128; script in amulet motives, 25.
  • Eastman, G. H., new member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • education, of Maori, 233.
  • Elkington, A. C., new member Polynesian Society, 130.
- 252
  • Emory, K. P., visit in Honolulu of Franco-Belgium ethnological expedition to Easter island, 66.
  • Endeavour river, outrigger canoes of, 12, 14.
  • Essington, port, bark-canoe, 139.
  • exchange, by amfat, 105.
  • fat, solid, 97.
  • fata, raised wooden platform, 50.
  • feather-boxes, Cranmore collection, 189.
  • feather-money, Santa Cruz, 173.
  • feeding-funnels, from Oldman collection, 247.
  • Feni, red dye from, 109.
  • Fernault, J., Franco-Belgian ethnological expedition to Easter isld., 66.
  • fetishes of gods, 85.
  • fishing, Maori expertness, 223.
  • flea, introduced by Pakeha, 242.
  • Flinders, M., bark-canoes, 82.
  • Flinders, cape, outrigger at, 14.
  • food, of Maori in pre-Pakeha times and after, 217.
  • Forrest, —, missionary, shell-money, 182.
  • Foster, D. W., re-elected Treasurer of Polynesian Society, 131.
  • Franco-Belgium ethnological expeditio n to Easter island, 66.
  • Franklin, Lady, tiki collected by, 244.
  • Fuller, A. W. F., Tonga images, 89.
  • games, of the Maori, 224.
  • Gascoyne river, Australia, log-raft, 4; other watercraft, 151.
  • Gaskell, Lt.-Col. J. B., tiki collected by, 244; toki, 246.
  • Gau, W., resigned from Polynesian Society, 249.
  • Gerbault, A., origin of Tierra del Fuegians, 128.
  • Glauert, —, aboriginal occupation of Rottnest island, 4.
  • gods, material representatives, Tonga and Samoa, 48, 93, 153.
  • Goold island, bark-canoes at, 14, 84.
  • Graciosa bay, feather-money, 173.
  • Grafton, cape, outrigger at, 13.
  • Graham, G., mummification, 189.
  • grammar, see linguistics.
  • Greenwell, C., new member Polynesian Society, 249.
  • Gregory, A. C. & F. T., log watercraft, 196.
  • Groote island, bark-canoe, 139.
  • gum, inferior amfat, 100.
  • Haapai, images of, 86.
  • Haddon, A. C., occurrence of outrigger, 10.
  • Hanover bay, triangular raft, 144-5.
  • Hassell, Mrs. A. Y., Australian watercraft, 3.
  • hauhau religion, 241.
  • Hawaii, Japanese Cultural Influences in, 62; in Pacific voyages, 60.
  • heads, Maori, preserved, 190.
  • health of Maori, 237-38.
  • Hector, J., bowl found at Kahaunui, 34.
  • Hetaraka Tautahi, Aotea chants, 36.
  • High island, images from, 157-8.
  • Hinchinbrook island, outrigger at, 13.
  • Hobbs, Mrs. J., cap worn by, 161.
  • Hogbin, H. Ian, adoption in Wogeo, New Guinea, 208.
  • honey-eater, red feathers, 174, 178.
  • Hornsey, A. G., new member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • Hornshaw, B. L., charms for feather-money, 174.
  • Houston, J., Aotea chants, 36.
  • human-figure motive, on weapons, 95.
  • Ilott, J. M. A., increase of membership of Polynesian Society, 131.
  • immortality and adoption, 212.
  • Indian Research Institute, exchange list Polynesian Society, 68.
  • infanticide, reasons for, 214-15.
  • interpretation of phenomena, 51.
  • ipu (bowl), found at Kahaunui, 34.
  • iron, Maori desire for, 216.
  • Jamieson, W. J., new member Polynesian Society, 68, 130.
  • Japanese Cultural Influences in Hawaii, 62.
  • Johnson, S. V., greenstone adze at Long beach, 33.
  • Jones, F. L., obtaining of feathers for feather-money, 174.
  • kaanga kopiro, steeped maize, 218.
  • kahili and keyari, 62-3.
  • kahltu dok, important men, 104.
  • kahltu wut, outcast, 105.
  • Kakariki-tawhiti, dog furnishing skin for topuni, 36.
  • Kanakaokai, story of, 63.
  • karakia—
  • pee sung over body of Ope, 31.
  • chants of Aotea canoe, 36.
  • for cutting tree and building canoe, 37.
  • time-song for hauling canoe, 40.
  • chant for making bailer, 40, 41.
- 253
  • chant for Turi's paddle, 42.
  • chant for Turi's spear, 43.
  • withdrawing Aotea from the depths, 44.
  • chant to hasten progress, 44.
  • chant to protect voyagers, 45.
  • matuku-hurepo, a karakia to strengthen bittern in defence of pa, 47.
  • tapuae, a karakia to hasten progress, 44.
  • whaka-awhiawhi, a karakia of protection, 45.
  • first lines—
  • E pou te tangata, 31.
  • Whakataka mai i runga nei, 36.
  • Keuea mai te pu, 37.
  • Kimai nei nga atua o te po, 40.
  • Te takotoranga o te rango o taku tata nei, 40.
  • Aotea te waka, 43.
  • Tenei hoki taku taketake, 44.
  • Huaina te tapuae o taku waka nei, 44.
  • Hikihikitia, 44.
  • Ka u, ka u, ka uta, 45.
  • karakia-makutu of Te Tini-o-Ue-nuku, 36.
  • Kemball, W. R., resigned from Polynesian Society, 68.
  • Keppel islands, bark-canoe, 138; other watercraft, 193.
  • keremrem, an implement, 103, 111.
  • keyari and kahili, 62-3.
  • Kiho or Kio, identity of, 184.
  • Kimberley district, triangular raft, 142; map of district, 146.
  • King,—, outrigger canoes, 12, 14; log craft, 195.
  • kinship-bonds, in Wogeo, 208.
  • kisina witi, shell-ring, 108, 109.
  • Korokoro-o-te-Parata, Aotea engulfed in, 44.
  • kumara, in Peru, 60-61; wheat and maize rivals of, 219.
  • lace-caps of missionaries' wives, 161.
  • land, affection for, in Wogeo, 213; land and the Maori, 231.
  • Lavachery, H., Franco-Belgian ethnological expedition to Easter island, 66.
  • law, Maori and Pakeha, 224-25, 229-31.
  • Leichardt,—, Aust. canoes, 74.
  • Lemuria legend, 129.
  • lendu, row of reathers, 173, 178.
  • Leys Institute Public Library, new member Polynesian Society, 68.
  • linguistics—
  • Sikayana grammar, 163.
  • Maori language as influenced by the Pakeha; transliterations of Maori; 234-35.
  • Little Papanui, amulet from, 17; Maori cremation at, 34.
  • Lockerbie, L., new member Polynesian Society, 249.
  • log, for swimming, 152, 192 on.
  • log-raft, Australia, 3-4.
  • loklokas, basalt rod, 102, 111.
  • Low, D., Traditions of Aitutaki, 26.
  • McDonald, J. B., new member Polynesian Society, 249.
  • Macdonald, P. A., life-member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • Macgillivray, J., occurrence of outrigger, 13.
  • Maciver, A. H., re-elected Hon. Secretary of Poly. Soc., 131.
  • Mackie, L. S., new member Polynesian Society, 249.
  • Madagascar, Polynesians in, 127.
  • Maevakura, taunga of Ngatipaaki, 29.
  • Mafuta-ae-tau, of Tonga, 86.
  • magic, causing sterility, 209.
  • maize, as used by Maori, 218-19.
  • malae, see marae.
  • Malietoa, Samoa image, 95.
  • malmal, a shell-ring, 110.
  • manaia, in spiral-design, 119.
  • Mangareva expedition of Bernice P. Bishop Museum, 64.
  • Man in India, added to exchange list, 130.
  • Mann, S. F., resigned from Polynesian Society, 249.
  • Mantell, W. B. D., finding of ipu at Kahaunui, 34.
  • Mantell, Mrs. W., steatite bowl in Auckland museum, 34, note.
  • Manuherekia plain, bowl found at, 34.
  • Maori amulets, 17.
  • Maori heads, preserved, 190.
  • mapek, a social restriction, 106.
  • maps—
  • Cape York peninsula, Aust., 11.
  • Australia, showing distribution of outrigger and dugout-canoes, 73; of bark-canoes, 80; of rafts, 144.
  • Kimberley district, 146.
  • marae or malae, significance of term, 49.
  • marakihau, distribution of, 21, 23.
  • marejama, feather-money, 179.
  • Margetts, J. H., death of, 249.
  • marialune, feather-money, 179.
  • marli, feather-money, 179.
  • martu, feather-money, 179.
- 254
  • marwe, feather-money, 179.
  • mask of wood, Maori, 191 (fig. 10).
  • mast and sail, Malay origin, 76.
  • Matampaiu, amfat-manufacture, 104.
  • Mata-whare-te-uia, dog furnishing skin for topuni, 36.
  • material representatives of gods, 48.
  • mathematics, and Maori, 233-34.
  • matuku-hurepo, a karakia, 47.
  • Maude, Sir W., new member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • Maui and Tahaki, Legends of, J. F. Stimson, review, 184.
  • Maui-tikitiki-a-Ataranga variant, 185.
  • Mauri-moana, a Ureia warrior, 27.
  • Maya culture, 128.
  • meaning in art-patterns, 119.
  • Melville island, bark-canoe, 82.
  • Métraux, A., Franco-Belgian ethnological expedition to Easter isld., 66.
  • migrations of mankind, 124.
  • missionaries' wives, caps worn by, 161.
  • Missionary Research Library, resignation from Polynesian Soc., 68.
  • Mitchell river, log as watercraft, 193.
  • Mitimai-te-paru, dog furnishing skin for topuni, 36.
  • mogo, stone hatchet, 74.
  • Moko-hikuwaru, a taniwha, 44.
  • molo, syn. of amfat, 100; molo na kasup and m. na mok, 101.
  • money, native, 98; money and the Maori, 236-37.
  • Morhardt, J. E., resigned from Polynesian Society, 130.
  • mummification among Maori, 189.
  • mungau, the scarlet honey-eater, 174, 176, 179.
  • Murdering beach, tiki from, 244.
  • Myzomela rubrata, red feathers of, 174, 178.
  • names, Maori personal, 242.
  • n'animan meriwen, a shell-ring, 110.
  • natural phenomena, as representatives of gods, 53.
  • nau-a-da, a coil of feather-money, 179.
  • Nebo, amfat-maker, 111, fig. 15, p. 101.
  • Nelson Institute, new member Polynesian Society, 249.
  • neolithic man, migrations, 126.
  • New Ireland, amfat, 97.
  • newspapers, Maori, 239.
  • Nga-Rauru, Aotea chants, 36.
  • Ngata, Sir A. T., Native land development scheme, 233.
  • Ngatipaaki, wars with Ureia, 26.
  • Ngati-Rongotea, of Aotea, 36.
  • Ngatua, a toa of Ureia, 26.
  • nguru, in New Zealand and Peru, 61.
  • ni-a-we, shell-money, 182.
  • n'mula, clam-shell, 104.
  • nopamur, feather-money, 179.
  • nopi, an implement, 179, 180.
  • notare, an implement, 178.
  • notes and queries—
  • 497, pearl shell-pendants, Cook islands, 187.
  • 498, two well-worked waka-huia, 189.
  • 499, mummification among the Maori, 189.
  • 500, preserved Maori heads, 190.
  • 501, hei-tiki, etc., from Oldman collection, 244.
  • Nuku-te-apiapi, dog furnishing skin for topuni, 36.
  • obituary, J. Macmillan Brown, 54.
  • Oldman, W. O., examples of preserved Maori heads, 190; Tonga images, 90; examples of hei-tiki, 244; of hei-matua, 246; of toki-blades, 246; of toki, 246-47; of feeding-funnels, 247; of weavers' pegs, 247-48; of putorino, 248.
  • Oliver, W. R. B., re-elected to council Polynesian Society, 131.
  • Ope, story of, 26, 27.
  • originality in art, and training, 117.
  • Otago heads, evidences of cremation by Maori, 32.
  • oton sisik, shell-ring, 104, 111.
  • outrigger, in Australia, 9; various types, 69.
  • outrigger-boom, method of attachment, 16.
  • Pacific, crossing of by Polynesians, 56-63.
  • paddle, Turi's, chant for, 42.
  • Pahia, amulet from, 17.
  • palaeolithic migrations, 128.
  • Palm isles, outrigger at, 13.
  • pamful, a two-grooved amfat, 103.
  • Pamir plateau, a centre of dispersion, 127.
  • Parata, Aotea engulfed in, 44.
  • Parkinson, R., amfat, 97.
  • pattern and design, 115.
  • pee, sung over body of Ope, 31.
  • pendants, pearl-shell, Cook islands, 187.
  • Pennypacker, S. W., new member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • pepeha, motto, 190.
- 255
  • Peron, M. F., aboriginal occupation of Rottnest island, 4.
  • personal notes—
  • J. C. Beaglehole, 64.
  • Franco-Belgian Ethnological Expedition, 66.
  • Peru, home of sweet potato, 61.
  • petroglyphs, Pitcairn island, 66-7.
  • phenomena, interpretation of, 51.
  • pi'a atua, receptacle of a god, 48.
  • Pitcairn island, Franco-Belgian ethnological expedition at, 66.
  • Poindexter, M., Polynesians in Peru, 61.
  • polygamy, Maori reasons for, 227.
  • Polynesia, central, defined, 96.
  • Polynesian migrations, a summary, 125.
  • Polynesian Society—
  • council meetings, 11th Dec., 1934, 67; 19th March, 1935, 68; 12th June, 1935, 130; 18th Sept., 1935, 249.
  • annual meeting, 22nd May, 1935, 131.
  • annual report, 132.
  • balance-sheet, 135.
  • exchange list, revision, 130.
  • subscribers in arrear, action against, 130, 249.
  • pot, wooden, for war-paint and tattooing pigment, Maori, 191.
  • Potaka-tawhiti, dog furnishing skin for a topuni, 36.
  • potato, name taewa, and early Maori trade in, 217-18.
  • primitive cultures, areas of, 126.
  • Prince Regent river, watercraft at, 148.
  • proverb, curious origin of, 219.
  • puka, a tree of Aitutaki, 31.
  • puk boiam, bag of dye, 108.
  • Puke-ko-whatawhata-a-rangi, the cloak given for Aotea, 36.
  • Pulleine, R. H., death of, 249.
  • pumanawa, a wrapping, 190.
  • putorino, from Oldman collection, 248.
  • Pycroft, A. T., Santa Cruz red feather-money, 173.
  • puckay, feather-money, 179.
  • Queensland, outrigger canoe, 138.
  • raft, reed-, Lake Alexandrina, 150.
  • raft, simple, distribution in Australia, 149 on.
  • raft, triangular, 141; diffusion of, 149.
  • rafter-patterns, variety of design, 118.
  • Raivavae, images from, 157-8.
  • rangatira, change of status, 226.
  • Rangi Hiroa, Te, Material Representatives of Tongan and Samoan Gods, 48, 85, 153.
  • Rangi-tawhi, a pa of Turi, 47.
  • Rangitihi, and mummification, 189.
  • Rarotonga, images from, 155-6.
  • raupo whare, persistence of, 222.
  • red dye from Feni, 108.
  • reed-raft, Lake Alexandrina, 150.
  • Reef islands, shell-money as attire, 182.
  • rei-puta, distribution of, 21, 24.
  • religion, and Maori, 240-41.
  • reviews—
  • Dixon, Roland B., Contacts with America across the Southern Pacific, 56; The Long Voyages of the Polynesians, 58.
  • Stokes, J. F. G., Japanese Cultural Influences in Hawaii, 62.
  • Stimson, J. F., Tuamotuan Religion, 184; The Cult of Kiho Tumu, 184; Legends of Maui and Tahaki, 184.
  • Rima Wakarua, Aotea chants, 36.
  • ringatu cult, 241.
  • Ririno-o-te-rangi, Te, bailer of the Aotea, 40, 41.
  • Rivet, P., Australoid peoples, 127.
  • Robertson, W. J. Hope-, new member Polynesian Society, 130.
  • Robson, R. W., new member, Polynesian Society, 249.
  • Roebuck bay, triangular raft, 147.
  • Roku-o-whiti, Te, Turi's paddle, 42.
  • Rongorongo, karakia-makutu heard by, 36.
  • Roth, W. E., occurrence of outriggers, 13, 15; attachment of boom, 16; bark-canoe, 137; triangular raft, 144; log as craft, 193.
  • Rottnest island, aboriginal occupation of, 4.
  • Rowe, W. P., spiral in Maori ornament, 112.
  • Royal Society of New Zealand, Science Congress, 186.
  • Sadd, A. L., life-member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • Samoa, gods of, material representatives, 48, 93, 153.
  • Samuela Ariki, pearl-shell pendant, 187.
  • seamanship of Maori, 222.
  • shell-money, in Santa Cruz, 182.
  • shell-tokens, 98.
  • Sikayana, grammar and language, 163.
  • simpendalu, shell-ring, 104.
  • sitting, Maori idea of, 241-42.
  • Skinner, H. D., Maori Amulets, 17; shell-pendants, Cook islands, 187.
- 256
  • Society group, the radiating centre of voyages, 59; amulet motives, 25.
  • sohs amfat, basalt implement, 102, 111.
  • spear, Turi's, chant for, 43.
  • spells, of the Maori, 226.
  • Spencer, Miss D., new member Polynesian Society, 130.
  • spiral, in Maori ornament, 112.
  • spondylus-shell discs, 108.
  • steatite ipu, found at Kahaunui, 34.
  • sterility, not a native desire, 209.
  • Stewart, port, outriggers at, 13.
  • Stimson, J. F., Tuamotuan Religion, The Cult of Kiho Tumu, Legends of Maui and Tahaki, reviews of, 184.
  • Stivers, gave name taewa to potato, 216.
  • Stokes, J. F. G., Japanese Cultural Influences in Hawaii, review of, 62.
  • Stokes, J. L., Australian canoes, 77.
  • submerged civilizations, 129.
  • Sumerian vocabulary, Polynesian affinity, 126.
  • Sunday island, triangular raft, 143.
  • sun kutkute, stone knife, 103, 111.
  • Szekely, Ed., Australoid peoples, 127; Lemuria, 129.
  • Tabar, spondylus-shell from, 108.
  • taewa, or taiwa (potato), origin of name, 217.
  • Tahiti, images from, 96, 153-4.
  • Tamatoa, ariki of Ngatipaaki, 26.
  • Tanga, amfat, 97.
  • taniwha, encountered by Aotea, 44.
  • tapu and makutu, among the Maori, 224-25, 229.
  • tapuae, karakia to hasten progress, 44.
  • tara, bush-spirits, 104.
  • Taria, the haunt of Ope, 29, 30.
  • Tasmania, rafts, 150.
  • tau, feather-money, 179.
  • Taufaahau, of Haapai, 87.
  • taunga, the Maori tohunga in Aitutaki, 29.
  • Tawhiti-nui, waves encountered by Aotea, 44.
  • Te Anewa-o-te-rangi, Turi's spear, 43.
  • Te Araroa, a toa of Ngatipaaki, 30.
  • Te Aravakatoa, assailant of Ope, 29.
  • Te Awhio-rangi, a toki, 37, 44.
  • technique-patterns, importance of, 159.
  • tepuki, ocean-going canoe, 179.
  • Te Rangi Hiroa, Material Representatives of Tongan and Samoan Gods, 48.
  • Te Ririno-o-te-rangi, bailer of the Aotea, 40, 41.
  • Te Roku-o-whiti, Turi's paddle on the Aotea, 42.
  • Teviotdale, D., Cremation by the Otago Maori, 32.
  • Thomas, N. W., Australian water-craft, 3-4, 75; occurrence of out-rigger, 13.
  • tiale, coil of feather-money, 179.
  • ti'i, image, 96.
  • tiki, specimens in Oldman collection, 244.
  • time-song for hauling Aotea, 40.
  • Tindale, N. B., occurrence of out-riggers, 13.
  • tintol, shell-ring, 108, 109.
  • toa, ironwood tree, for spears, 26.
  • tohunga, as medium, 48; arbitrariness of behaviour, 225.
  • tokere, beaten to assemble people, Aitutaki, 31.
  • toki, in Oldman collection, 246.
  • Toltec culture, 128.
  • Tonga, gods of, material representatives, 48, 88-9, 153.
  • to'o, image, 96.
  • topuni (cloak), given for Aotea, 36.
  • Toto, giver of Aotea, 36.
  • trades and professions adopted by Maori, 235-36.
  • travel, Maori liking for, 222.
  • tree, felling of for Aotea canoe, 37.
  • Tridacna gigas, in making amfat, 99.
  • Trombetti, A., Australoid peoples, 127.
  • tuahu, significance of term, 50.
  • Tuamotuan Religion, J. F. Stimson, review, 184.
  • Tuhina-po, dog furnishing skin for topuni, 36.
  • Tuhina-te-ao, dog furnishing skin for topuni, 36.
  • Tuhuatahi, a taniwha, 44.
  • Tully river, bark-canoe, 137.
  • tung, amfat-basket, 101.
  • Turi, chants of the Aotea, 36.
  • Turner, J. C. E., new member Polynesian Society, 67.
  • Turner, Mrs. N., cap worn by, 161.
  • turuturu, carved, 65, illus. 64.
  • Tutangata-kino, a taniwha, 44.
  • Tutauri, name of toki, 247.
  • tut burungis, shell-ring, 104.
  • Uenuku, karakia-makutu against Ngati-Rongotea, 36.
  • Ureia, wars with Ngatipaaki, 26.
- 257
  • urupa, burial-place, 179.
  • utu, among Maori, 229.
  • Vaipeka, a Ngatipaaki settlement, 28.
  • Vairuarangi, ariki of Ureia, 26.
  • Vaitupa, a Ngatipaaki settlement, 28.
  • voyages, of Polynesians, 56-63, 179-80.
  • wahaika, a carved, 65.
  • Waikaremoana, tiki from, 244.
  • waina, a large-tubered kumara, 219.
  • Waipapa landing, Kaikoura, Maori cremation at, 34-5.
  • waipiro, name, and Maori dislike for it, 220.
  • waka, a receptacle, 48.
  • waka-huia, from Cranmore collection, 189.
  • Wallace, D. B., resignation from Polynesian Society, 68.
  • war, among the Maori, 228-29.
  • waran tung, a shell-disc, 105.
  • Watelin, L. C., Franco-Belgium expedition, death of, 66.
  • watercraft, Australian, 1, 69, 137, 193.
  • Waverley, amulet from, 19.
  • weapons, carved, western Polynesia, 95.
  • weaving-peg, carved, 65, illus. 64; from Oldman collection, 247.
  • Wellesly islands, watercraft, 139, 143, 144.
  • whaka-awhiawhi, a karakia of protection, 45.
  • Whakapapa-tua-kura, dog furnishing skin for topuni, 36.
  • Wharona-o-te-rangi, anchor-rope of Aotea, 36.
  • wheat, early industry of Maori, 219.
  • White, Mrs. W., cap worn, 161.
  • Whitsunday island, bark-canoe, 137.
  • Williams, H. W. (Bishop of Waiapu), re-elected President of Polynesian Society, 131; Reaction of Maori to Impact of Civilization, 216.
  • Williams, J., idol-breaking in Haapai, 87.
  • Wills, W. H., resignation from Polynesian Society, 68.
  • Wissler, C., occurrence of outrigger, 10.
  • Wogeo, adoption in, 208.
  • yard, on triangular raft, 145; in illus., 143.
  • York, see Cape York peninsula.