Volume 51 1942 > Index to volume LI, p 287-292
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  • aborigines, Menehune, 225.
  • Adkin, G. L., Former Food-stores in lake Horowhenua, 181.
  • Aiatoso, legend, 244.
  • Akariki-pangu, Te, Mangareva, 197.
  • Akariki-tea, Te, Mangareva, 197.
  • albinos, fairies fathers of, 226.
  • alphabet, Hawaii, 222.
  • alp-stick, ko (digging-stick), 225.
  • American Indian culture, Oceanic influence on, 126.
  • American Polynesia: Coral islands, by E. H. Bryan, short notice, 149.
  • Amorite inscription, 189.
  • Andersen, J. C., review of Davidson, D.S., Australian Aboroginal art, 136; Clawson, H. Phelps (Buffalo Museum of Science), By their Works, 137; Notes on Glossary of Ethnological terms, 147; Becwkith, M. W., Hawaiian Mythology, 222.
  • Anua-motua, voyage, 193–4.
  • apotheosis of Capt. Cook, 227.
  • article, te (Maori), ka (Hawaii), 222.
  • artifacts, no. 2 camp near Normanby, Timaru, 117; some peculiarly Polynesian, 130; fish-hooks of Murihiku, 208.
  • art in nature, 136.
  • arts, social, decay of, 195.
  • Asiatic and American civilizations, 128.
  • atoua, the dead, Rotuma, 234.
  • atuanasu, a sugar-cane, 250.
  • Australian Aboriginal art, review of book by Davidson, 136.
  • Australian Native Policy . . . by E. J. B. Foxcroft, short notice, 149.
  • Bantu-Sudanese races, movements, 190.
  • barrocouta-hooks, 259.
  • Beechey, Capt., Mangareva rafts, etc., 192–193.
  • Beckwith, M. W., Hawaiian Mythology, 222.
  • betrothal ceremonies, Rotuma, 234–235.
  • Bismarck Archipelago, language of, 88; islands of and locatities thereon, 90–91.
  • Black Bros., food-store in l. Horowhenua, 183.
  • Blaisdell, P., the name 'Io-lani, 203.
  • bone indestructible in dry sand, 208.
  • bone substituted for stone in hooks, 258.
  • bonito-hook, N.Z. version, 257.
  • bronze, Chinese, 140.
  • Bryan, E. H., American Polynesia: Coral islands. . ., 149.
  • Buck, P. H., see Te Rangi Hiroa.
  • Buffalo Museum of Science, By their Works, review, 137.
  • Burchett, W. G., Pacific Treasure island, New Caledonia, 149.
  • Caillot, A. C. E., Mangareva rafts, 193.
  • calabash-plant, distribution, 129.
  • canoes in Pacific, disappearance of, 191; types of c. for various purposes, 191 on.
  • Capell, A., Notes on the Fila language, 153.
  • Chatham island canoes, 191.
  • Choco Indians, bowl, 132.
  • Churchill, W. A., Bismarck Archipelago, 89.
  • Churchward, C. M., A new Fijian Grammar, 141; Rotuma legends, 239.
  • circumcision, materials varied procedure, 198; Rotuma, 234.
  • Clawson, H. Phelps, By their Works, 137.
  • coconut, taro, distribution, 128, 130.
  • complexion of Rotumans, 235.
  • Cook, Capt., apotheosis, 227.
  • Cornwall, megalithic remains, 188.
  • Coulter, J. W., Land Utilization in American Samoa, 149.
  • crafts and religious ritual, 197.
  • cults esoteric in Hawaii, 206.
  • customs varied by materials, 198.
  • Davidson, D. S., Australian aboriginal art, 136.
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  • death-custons, Rotuma, 234.
  • decoration, when art, 136.
  • design in nature, 136.
  • Dillon, at Rotuma, 234.
  • divining-rod of Pele, 225.
  • dogs-hair, substitute, 195.
  • double-canoe, Mangareva, 194.
  • double-perforation of hooks, 257.
  • Duff, ship, Rotuma, 234.
  • Duperry, at Rotuma, 234, 235.
  • Easter island, and Polynesian artifacts, 127; E.i. script, 187.
  • Edwards, Capt., discovered Rotuma, 234.
  • Egypt, culture of, 139, 140.
  • elephantiasis, germ carried by mosquito, 229.
  • Emory, K. P., Oceanic influence on American Indian culture, 126; the Hawaiian god 'Io, 200.
  • eoliths, 137.
  • ethnological terms, glossary, 143.
  • Fagatariroa, in legend, 241.
  • fai-nohonga, chief wife, 243.
  • fairies and albinos, 226.
  • Fakpui, two sharks of, 248.
  • Falla, R. A., moa-egg, Shag river-mouth, 82.
  • Fangatari-roa, Rotuma, 233.
  • Fangroa, burial-place, 242.
  • faufesi, guardian, 254.
  • Feavai, Rotuma, 243.
  • fidelity, Rotuma, 235.
  • Fijian Grammar, C. M. Churchward, review of, 141.
  • Fiji archipelago, languages, 88.
  • Fiji, Handbook of, by L. G. Usher, short notice, 150.
  • Fila language, notes, 153.
  • ‘fireside-versions’ of myths, 224.
  • fish-hooks, Murihiku, classification, 208, 256.
  • flint-daggers, ornamentation, 138.
  • food-stores in l. Horowhenua, 181.
  • fowl, and Pala-moa, 206.
  • Foxcroft, E. J. B., Australian Native Policy, 149.
  • French mission, Rotuma, 235.
  • Gairo, see Ngairo.
  • genealogical lattice, 20.
  • ghosts, Rotuma, 251.
  • Gibson, F., Rotuma legends, 230, 239 on.
  • Gill, W., loss of ceremonial custom, 198.
  • glass, first manufacture, 140.
  • Griffiths, D., moa-egg at Shag river-mouth, after 81; excavation of no. 2 camp, Normanby, 115.
  • Gudger, ruvettus-halibut fish-hook, 220.
  • hahia, malay apple-tree, 243.
  • hai-ne-maka, a Rotuma song, 251.
  • Halafa, in legend, 242.
  • Halasa, spirit-route, 249.
  • halibut-ruvettus hook, 220.
  • Handy, E. S. C., his writing on the subject of 'Io criticized, 200.
  • Hanga village, half-castes, 235.
  • Hanitemaus of Rotuma, 232, 239.
  • Hatana, origin of, 242, 245.
  • Hauora in myth, 224.
  • Hawaii god 'Io, 200.
  • Hawaiian Linguistics, Check-list of material in H. language in Newberry Library, short notice, 150.
  • Hawaiian Mythology, by Beckwith, 222; H. alphabet, 222.
  • hawk in Hawaii folk-tale, 204.
  • hawk-god Io, 200.
  • heiau built by Menehune, 225.
  • Henlepiherua, twin goddesses, 239, 240.
  • henlepi-herua, 232, 240.
  • Hesperidean islands, 223.
  • hippo and rhino, recognised contractions, 139.
  • Hofkamea, a rock, Rotuma, 241.
  • hoisasingi, clan, Rotuma, 237.
  • Horowhenua lake, food-stores in, 181; the name, etc., 186.
  • Howard, C. C., on Rotuma, 235.
  • human-foot fish-hook, 219.
  • Ilio-ehu, Ilio-mea-o-ka-lani, Ilio-uli-o-ka-lani, in invocation, 204.
  • Ili-o-mea-lani, the name, 201.
  • 'Io, Hawaii god, 200.
  • Io-ehu, Io-mea, in incantation, 204.
  • 'Io-lani, name applied to Kame-hameha, 202.
  • ioro, shark, 244.
  • Io-lui, the name, 200 on.
  • Io-uli-o-ka-lani, in invocation, 204.
  • Imbelloni, J., Polynesian influence in America, 133.
  • Iti-mutu and Itu-tiu, 233.
  • itu, Samoa word in Rotuma, 233, 236, 253.
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  • jade, nephrite, the names, 140; Chinese jade, 140.
  • Judd, H. P., hawk in Hawaii folktale, 204.
  • ka and te, article, 222.
  • Kalakaua, list of 83 gods, 206.
  • Kamapua'a, boasting-chant of, 201.
  • Kamu-kahi, should be Kumu-kahi, 206.
  • Kane and Kanaloa (Tane and Tangaroa) as water-finders), 223.
  • Kane-huna-moku, 223.
  • Kane-ku-pahu'a, an owl-god, 203.
  • Kane-pueo, the name, 203.
  • karaka, useless for canoes, 195.
  • karakia and songs: first lines Rotuma:
  • Tupeta ma rani mea e mua, 252.
  • Mafua ia tore ona Rupea, 252.
  • Death has overtaken the line of Rupea, 252.
  • The sun is rising, the day breaks, 252.
  • kau, war-dance, 251.
  • kauanga, Rotuma, 237.
  • kautonga, dance from Tonga, 251.
  • Kawena Puku'i, the name Io-lani, 202, 203.
  • Keahi, grand-aunt of 'Io-lani, 203.
  • Kepelino, Hawaii birds, 205.
  • Keua, song from, 252.
  • Kings-rock, fish-hook, 218–219.
  • kiokio, bird-name, 200.
  • koinanga, distant relatives, Rotuma, 237.
  • Kooti, Te, his religion, 1; his genealogy, 20.
  • koua, Rotuma oven, 242.
  • Ku, girding-chant, 200.
  • Ku'emanu, an owl-god, 204.
  • Kue-manu-ai-lehua, the name, 201.
  • Ku-ke-ao-loa, in invocation, 204.
  • Ku-ke-ao-poko, in invocation, 204.
  • Ku-koa'e, tropic-bird, 206.
  • kumara, distribution, 129.
  • Kumu-kahi, took form of plover, 206.
  • lake-dwellings, relics of, 139.
  • Lama, grandson of Raho, 230.
  • land customs, Rotuma, 236–237.
  • Land Utilization in American Samoa, by J. W. Coulter, short notice, 149.
  • Lanyon-Orgill, P. A., Polynesian sett. in New Britain, 87; Easter island script, 187.
  • Laval, H., Mangareva history, 193, 196.
  • legends, Rotuma, 239.
  • Legoaraut, at Rotuma, 234.
  • Lepi, twins of, 232.
  • lightning-stones, 137.
  • linguistics, vocab. of Nakgatai, Nakanai, Nuguria, 87, 88; languages of Bismarck Archipelago, 88; notes on the Fila language, 153; Hawaii alphabet, 222; Checklist of material in Hawaiian language in Newberry Library, short notes of, 150; Rotuma songs, etc., 252.
  • Little Papanui fish-hook, 218.
  • Losa, raid on, 233.
  • Lu, father of Moeatikitiki, 243.
  • Lulu, Rotuma, 246.
  • Mackaness, G., Correspondence of S. Marsden, 149.
  • Macarsca, inscribed stone, 188.
  • Mafiaatu, wife of Raho, 240.
  • mafua, herald, 254.
  • Magdalenian artist, 138.
  • magic and religion in art, 138.
  • Maiongkongo, tree-carvings, 189.
  • Maiva, grand-daughter of Raho, 230, 239–240.
  • mak-paki, men's dance, 251.
  • Ma-kurotu, Te, canoe-building, 194.
  • malignant spirits, Rotuma, 233.
  • Malo, D., and 'Io, 201; sorcery, 206.
  • malo, chant for girding on, 200.
  • Mamaere, daughter of Raho, 240.
  • Mamafiarere, Rotuma, 240.
  • Mamfiri, Rotuma, origin, 239.
  • Manahune or Menehune people, 225.
  • manaia-motif, a comparison, 140.
  • Mangareva canoes and rafts, 192; voyages, 193.
  • Maori, origin of the name, 226.
  • maps and plans, Shag-river camp, 83, 85; Bismarck Archipelago, 90; Maori no. 2 camp near Normanby, Timaru, 116; lake Horowhenua, 182; Rotuma, 231.
  • Maquary, deserters from at Rotuma, 234.
  • marof, ruler, Rotuma, 253.
  • Marofu, of Rotuma, 236, 249.
  • Marsden, S., Correspondence, by G.
  • Mackaness, short notice, 149.
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  • Mataiera, Mangareva, 197.
  • Ma-tane, use of double-canoe, 194.
  • Matavao, an atua, 249.
  • Ma-teoa, Te, Mangareva, 197.
  • materials influence art, 195.
  • Maui in Rotuma, 232, 240, 241, 243.
  • mayors and dignitaries, Rotuma, 254.
  • Megalithic symbols, 189.
  • Meihara, voyage, 194.
  • Melanesian and American cultures, 126; Melanesian population in Polynesia, 127.
  • Menehune people, 225.
  • Methodism, Rotuma, 235.
  • missions, Rotuma, 235.
  • Mitchell, Rotmua customs, 236.
  • moa-bone shanks in hooks, 259.
  • Moeanita, in legend, 242.
  • Moeatikitiki, Rotuma, 240, 241, 243.
  • Mohenjo-daro script, 187.
  • Monck cave hook, 256.
  • Montano, M. J., and 'Io lore, 202.
  • Monteafa and Monteifi, birds, 242.
  • Montpellier, mission, Rotuma, 235.
  • Moriakevia, Rotuma, 240.
  • Moriori canoes, 191.
  • Mormons in Hawaii, 201.
  • Motusa Catholic mission, 233.
  • Mu and the Menehune, 225.
  • Mua and Sau tradition, 233, 240.
  • Muaariki, in legend, 242.
  • Muameata, Rotuma, 242.
  • Muasiotanganono, in legend, 242.
  • Murihiku fish-hooks, classification, 208, 256.
  • mythology, Hawaiian, by Beckwith, 222.
  • Nahua symbols, 189.
  • Nakanai vocabulary, 87.
  • Nakgatai vocabulary, 87, 88.
  • nature-spirits, Hawaii, 224.
  • Nauahi enchanted, 224.
  • nephrite, jade, the names, 140.
  • New Britain, Polynesian sett. in, 87.
  • New Britannia archipelago, change of name, 89.
  • New Caledonia, by W. G. Burchett, short notice, 149.
  • New Hebrides, notes on Fila language, 153.
  • Ngairo, a double-canoe, 197.
  • Noatau, Rotuma, 242.
  • Noatu, Rotuma district, 253.
  • Nordenskiold, E., oceanic influence on American Indian culture, 126.
  • Normanby, no. 2 camp, excavation, 115.
  • norua, a wife, 243.
  • Nuchukau, Nuchumangi, 232, 240.
  • Nuguria vocabulary, 88.
  • oceanic influence on American Indian culture, 126.
  • Ogam symbols, 188.
  • Ohokehu, voyage, 194.
  • Ohopunga, Rotuma, 249.
  • Olopana, Io-uli a name of, 201.
  • Orevai, in legend, 242.
  • Orion's belt, Rotuma, 244.
  • Oroi, submarine region, 233, 249.
  • Ounga, Rotuma, 246.
  • oversea voyages, Rotuma, 253.
  • Pacific Treasure Island, New Caledonia, by W. C. Burchett, short notice, 149.
  • Pahia, Foveaux, fish-hook, 217.
  • Pala-moa, took form of fowl, 206.
  • Paliuli, location of the mythical isle, 224.
  • paoa, the word, in myth, 225.
  • Parengasau, Rotuma, 233, 241, 242.
  • parimea, a banana, 244.
  • Passmann, S., vocab. of Nakgatai, 87.
  • pataka, in 1. Horowhenua, 181.
  • Patupaiarehe and Menehune people, 225–226.
  • pearl imitated in stone, 257.
  • penu, a Rotuma fish, 240.
  • Pepsei, Rotuma, 249–250.
  • perfume, love of, 224.
  • Phoenician symbols, 188.
  • pig and fowl, distribution, 128.
  • pigs coming to call, 230.
  • plover, and Kumu-kahi, 206.
  • points of hooks, shape, 258.
  • Pokau, canoe-building, 194.
  • Polynesian fish-hooks, 260 on.
  • Polynesian Paradise:. . . . travel-journal, by D. Sloan, short notice, 150.
  • Polynesian sett. in New Britain, 87.
  • population, Rotuma, 235.
  • Poro, voyage, 194.
  • pregnancy ceremonial, 194.
  • Pukeiti, islet in 1. Horowhenua, 182–183.
  • Pu'uheana, on 'Io, 203.
  • pure, Samoa word in Rotuma, 237, 253.
  • pure ngangach, Rotuma, 237, 253.
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  • Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston, Records of, vol. 1, no. 1, short notice, 150.
  • quipu, distribution of, 131.
  • Raho of Rotuma, 230, 239–240.
  • Raho, Samoa invader of Rotuma, 233.
  • rainbow, double, 226.
  • rafts, Chatham island, and Pacific generally, 191 on.
  • Rakitefurisia, legend, 244.
  • rats respected, Rotuma, 234.
  • Ray, S., Melanesian languages, 88.
  • Rehua and the bush, 224.
  • religion and magic in art, 137.
  • reviews: Davidson, D. S., Australian aboriginal art, 136; Clawson, H. Phelps (Buffalo Mus. of Science), By their works, 137–141; Churchward, C. M., A new Fijian grammar, 141; Sieber, S. A., and Mueller, F. H., The Social Life of Primitive Man, 142–143, short notices of new books, 149, 150.
  • Riamkau, Rotuma, 242.
  • rijoujou, dance, Rotuma, 251.
  • Ringatu faith, 1.
  • Rivers, W. H. R., disappearance of an art, 195.
  • Rochester, deserters from, at Rotuma, 234.
  • Romilly, Hugh, Rotuma, 236.
  • Rotuma, cession, 236; history, traditions, etc., 229; planting of, 240.
  • Rotuma man in N.Z. 1840, 236.
  • Russell, W. E., Rotuma, 229.
  • ruvettus-halibut hook, 220.
  • Sabrion, Father, Rotuma history, 233.
  • Samoa, American, Land Utilization, by J. W. Coulter, short notice, 149.
  • Samoa, legendary origin, 239.
  • Samoa Methodists in Rotuma, 235.
  • Samoa soil produced Rotuma, 232.
  • Samoa words in Rotuma, 233.
  • Samoan invasion of Rotuma, 232.
  • sand, dry, preserves bone, 208.
  • Sarafui, origin of name, 247.
  • Savai'i, location, 232.
  • scripts, primitive, 187 on.
  • secular wars, Rotuma, 235.
  • Selkope, Rotuma, 249.
  • Semarefainga, in legend, 242.
  • Shag river-mouth, moa-egg, after 81; fish-hooks, 257.
  • Shand, A., Chatham island canoes, etc., 192.
  • sharks, pets, 248.
  • short notices of new books, 149–150.
  • Sieber and Mueller, Social Life of Primitive Man, review, 142–143.
  • Sinafakatofua, Rotuma, 240.
  • Skinner, H. D., moa-egg, Shag river-mouth, 82; criticism of Imbelloni on patu-influence in America, 133–134; Chatham island rafts, 192; clasification of Murihiku fish-hooks, 208, 256.
  • Sloan, D., Polynesian Paradise:.., 150.
  • sneezing-omen, Rotuma, 251.
  • Social Life of Primitive Man, Sieber and Mueller, review, 142–143.
  • songs and dances, Rotuma, 251.
  • sorcerers' gods, 206.
  • spirit abodes, Oroi, 249.
  • spirit-communion, 251.
  • spirit-possession, 249.
  • stone-shank hooks, 257.
  • Stowell, H., on name Maori, 226.
  • Suakmaasa, Rotuma, 243.
  • succession, Rotuma, 238.
  • suffocation, deity of, 234.
  • Sumera, alias of Tuisamoa, 240.
  • suru-atua, spirit-entry, 249–250.
  • suura, a house, Rotuma, 240.
  • swastika form, 189.
  • symbols, primitive, 187 on.
  • tafi, period of time, 242.
  • Tagaloa series of cryptic names, 227.
  • Tahiti-manahune, the name, 225.
  • Takalholiaki, Rotuma, 242.
  • Takumasui, Rotuma, 242.
  • tales, European, in Hawaii lang., 222.
  • Tangaloa in Rotuma, 230, 232.
  • Tangaroa and Moea (Maui), 243.
  • tapa, special manufacture, 195–196.
  • Tarafini, Rotuma, 241.
  • Taroi, voyage, 193.
  • Taumatef, a tupua, 246.
  • ta'unga (tahunga), expert, 198.
  • taura-rakau, wood-expert, 197.
  • Tavere, voyage, 193.
  • Taylor, C. R. H., reviews: Churchward, C. M., A new Fijian Grammar, 142; Murdock, G. P., Ethnographic Bibliography of North
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  • America, 142; Sieber and Mueller, Social life of primitive man, 142; Glossary of Ethnological terms, 143–147. Short notices of new books: Some private correspondence of the Rev. Samuel Marsden and Family, 1794–1824, by Geo. Mackaness, 1942, 149; American Polynesia: Coral islands of the Central Pacific, by E. H. Bryan, 1941, 149; Australian Native Policy: its History, especially in Victoria, by E. J. B. Foxcroft, 1941, 149; Land Utilization in American Samoa, by J. W. Coulter (Bull. 170 Bernice P. Bishop Museum), 1941, 149; Pacific Treasure Island, New Caledonia, by W. G. Burchett, 1941, 149–150; Polynesian Paradise: an elaborated Travel-Journal, by D. Sloan, 1941, 150; Fiji. Handbook of the Colony . . . by L. G. Usher, 1941, 150; Linguistics: Hawaiian. Check-list of material in the Hawaiian Language in the Newberry Library, Chicago, 1941, 150; Records of the Queen Victoria Museum, Launceston, vol. 1, no. 1, 150.
  • Current Oceanic Anthropological Literature: reference-list, 151.
  • Taylor, E. A., chants received from, 200.
  • Taylor, R., food-stores in l. Horowhenua, 181.
  • te and ka, article, 222.
  • temo, a Rotuma song, 251.
  • Teviotdale, D., Shag-river camp, 82.
  • thunder-stones, 137.
  • Titofona, in legend, 241.
  • toak-aitu, spirit-communion, 251.
  • toetoe flowers as a hair-colour, 226.
  • toke, a general, 254.
  • Tonga under the sea, 243.
  • Tongan invasion, Rotuma, 233.
  • Tonuava, spirit-visits, 249.
  • Toval, in tradition, 241.
  • trepanned skulls, 132.
  • tropic-bird, Ku-koa'e (Maori tawake), 206.
  • Tuanofo, of Rotuma, 242.
  • tufunga (tohunga), a craftsman, 197.
  • Tuipena the Mua, 233, 241.
  • Tuisamoa, birth, Rotuma, 240.
  • Tui-te-rotuma, 233.
  • Tuitoga, planting of Rotuma, 240.
  • Turanian groups, movements, 190.
  • Turehu and Menehune people, 226.
  • Uea, island, 244.
  • Uli, in Hawaii bird- and god-names, 200 on.
  • Upraised hand, The, 1; index to article, 83.
  • Usher, L. G., Fiji, Handbook of, 150.
  • Vaimarasi, daughter of Raho, 240.
  • Vaimoana reef, origin, 241.
  • ve'a (weka), in Rotuma, 243.
  • village-government, Rotuma, 254.
  • Vilo, of Rotuma, 242.
  • Waipata, islet in l. Horowhenua, 182–183.
  • Wakapatu fish-hook, 217.
  • water-finders, Kane and Kanaloa, 223.
  • Webb, L., information by Mrs. Taylor, 202.
  • Werner, A. G., named nephrite, 140–141.
  • yellow the Kane (Tane) colour, 224.
  • youth, perpetual, isles of, 223–224.
  • Zimbabwe inscriptions, 189.
  • Zurich lake-dwellings, artifacts, 139.