Volume 55 1946 > Index to volume 55 p 295-298
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- 295 INDEX TO VOLUME 55.
  • Abhijnana Shakuntalum, 93.
  • adzes, adze-hafts and culture movements, 136.
  • afterbirth, buried, 269.
  • Ahuahu, now Mangaia, 215.
  • Amokura, new word, 151.
  • Andersen, J. C., last word as editor, 281.
  • Maori words in English language, 141.
  • Note re Lore of the Wharewananga, 79.
  • Review of Linguistic position of South-eastern Papua, by A. Capell, 168.
  • — — Native culture of the Marianas Is., by Laura Thompson, 170.
  • Aohikuraki, Te and Rakaitekura, 221.
  • artifacts, Mangaian, 315.
  • Aryan words, 176.
  • Atimaono and W. Stewart, 187.
  • Atwater, D., 211, 212.
  • Ava-ra'a, Te, reef passage, 188.
  • Balneavis, H. Te R., death and genealogy of, 162.
  • baraka of North Africa, 269.
  • Baudin, Tahiti and death of Stewart, 212.
  • Bennett, S. on W. Stewart, 214.
  • Bible, J., Tahiti, 202, 203.
  • Biltcliff, G. S. A., Ngati Pariri, 40.
  • black-birding for cotton-growing, 190.
  • Blackett and black-birding, 207.
  • Bolton, W. W., Pacific research, 190.
  • book reviews:
  • Buck, P. H., Arts and crafts of the Cook Is. Reviewed by R. S. Duff, 124.
  • Capell, A., Linguistic position of South-eastern Papua. Reviewed by J. C. Anderson, 168.
  • McQueen, H. C., Vocations for Maori youth. Review by W. Greenwood, 236.
  • Thompson, L., Native culture of the Marianas Is. Reviewed by J. C. Anderson, 170.
  • bowling discs from N.Z. and Polynesia, 243.
  • Brander, J., black-birding, 200.
  • Brown, J. E. & Stewart, atrocities, 207, 211.
  • Brown, J. M., Aryans in India, 179.
  • Buck, Sir Peter, K.C.M.G., conferred, 276.
  • burial places, sanctity of, 271.
  • Campbell, J. Logan, working of mana, 264.
  • carving-tools, experiment with primitive, 111.
  • Chinese, disillusioned reactions of, 197.
  • in French Oceania, 188.
  • labour, Tahiti, 187.
  • choking, invocation to remove, 116.
  • Clark, Thos. and Poole, W., 205.
  • Contemporary Maori death customs; correspondence, 82.
  • Cook Is., bowling discs, 245.
  • coolie executed by Stewart, 198.
  • Cotton and coffe plantation co., Tahiti, 191, 209.
  • Creighton, W., cotton trouble, Tahiti, 195.
  • Dannevirke, 15.
  • diffusion and fission, 132.
  • Duff, R. S., review of Arts and crafts of the Cook Is., by P. H. Buck, 124.
  • Duntroon rock-paintings, 218.
  • Ellice Is. bowling discs, 245.
  • Eugenie (Imperatrice), a black-birder, 208.
  • Fare-pu'a, marae in Tahiti, 188.
  • Fick and Proto-Aryan, 181.
  • fish-hooks in material culture, 138.
  • Forlong and date of migrations, 180.
  • fright and mana, 264.
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  • genealogies of:
  • H. Te R. Balneavis, 162.
  • Te Kooti, 2.
  • Ngaitahu, 233.
  • Ngati Pariri, 40.
  • Rangitane, 17, 22. 23.
  • Gilbert and Ellice Is., black-bird-birding in, 206.
  • Gold, Edwin, two unique Mangaian artifacts, 215.
  • Gonds (Koi) of India, 179.
  • Graham, George, Some taniwha and tupua, 26.
  • — — Poroporoaki, he, mo Mokoia, 166.
  • — — Tango-Raoa, he, 116.
  • Greenstone door, Maori words in, 161.
  • greenstone tools, 113.
  • Greenwood, Wm., Iconography of Te Kooti Rikirangi, 1.
  • — — Review of Vocations for Maori youth, by H. C. McQueen, 236.
  • Gudgeon, T. W., portrait of Te Kooti, 5.
  • Hakeke, escaped at Kaikoura, 227.
  • Hall, J. N., Chinese culture in Tahiti, 189.
  • Hall, T. A. C., bowling discs, 244.
  • Hamilton-Browne, G., portrait of Te Kooti, 6.
  • Hauraki, taniwha legends of, 26.
  • Hawaii, bowling discs, 244.
  • Heather, A., and Stewart's activities, 211.
  • Heke and breach of mana, 265.
  • herbal remedies, 116, 117.
  • Hikutawatawa, Ngaitahu, story of, 222.
  • Hill, T. H., sketch of Te Kooti, 6.
  • Hira'a-rupo, Te, arioi house, 188.
  • Horomaka, Banks peninsula, origin of name, 223.
  • Hort, Dora and William Stewart, 190-1, 194.
  • Impact of languages, A. A. Lind, 85.
  • India, languages of, 85.
  • Io-matakore, in song, 166.
  • Itupaoa, violation of tapu, 166.
  • Ivirua, mausoleum at, 215.
  • Janus of Mangaia, 216.
  • Kahukuratepaku, 223.
  • kai-whanaunga, a dishonouring act, 122.
  • kairere, to eat voraciously, 120.
  • kaitu, to eat eagerly, 120
  • Kanune, giant spear of, 215.
  • karakia, kaikai a waro, 224.
  • Kaweka-taramea, assembly house, 166.
  • kohutuhutu or kotukutuku, 152.
  • Kokoamo rock-paintings, 218.
  • korare, a spear, 215, 217.
  • Kerry-Nicholls, J. H., portrait of Te Kooti, 3.
  • Knapp, F. V., obituary, 81.
  • Kooti, Te, iconography of, 1.
  • Koukourarata stream, 221.
  • Kui and Koi, 104-5.
  • kumara and kumera, 144, 148.
  • Kupe, 40.
  • labour, prolonged, karakia for, 222.
  • Ladrones, native culture of, 170.
  • Lamphear, J., and Poole, W., 205.
  • Languages:
  • impact of, 85.
  • Maori words in English language, 141.
  • Marianas, 171.
  • Papua, S.-E., 168.
  • latrine, tapu of, 268.
  • Lattin and black-birding, 207.
  • Lind, A. A., impact of languages ... 85, 175.
  • Little Papanui bowling disc, 246.
  • McEwen, J. M., Experiment with primitive Maori carving tools, 111.
  • — — Historical notes from Tamaki-nui-a-Rua, 15.
  • — — Ngaitahu notes, 221.
  • Mahood, J. and Stewart, Wm., 196, 201.
  • Maiharanui, Te, Ngaitahu, 227.
  • Maka, captain of Makawhiua, 223.
  • Makawhiua, canoe, 223.
  • Mana—some Christian and Moslem parallels, 263.
  • Mangaia, artifacts from, 215.
  • Manu, laws of and writing, 181.
  • manuka and tea-tree, 144.
  • Maori carving, 111.
  • Maori words incorporated into English language, 141.
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  • Marukore, husband of Tuhaitara, 221.
  • Matahorua canoe, 40.
  • Mo'a-roa, in Tahiti, 187.
  • Mohammed Buks, the name, 101.
  • Mokoia pa, 121; song concerning, 166.
  • Montcalm, Wm. Stewart's residence, 187.
  • Moriori, the name, 172.
  • Moto-lava, natives from kidnapped, 209.
  • Muaupoko, see Ngati Pariri.
  • Muruika, marae at Ohinemutu, 166.
  • Nana, and He tangoraoa, 120.
  • ngai-paepae rite, 268.
  • Ngaitahu, genealogical and other notes, 221.
  • Ngai-Tuahuriri, 227.
  • Ngai-Tuhaitara, 227.
  • Ngati-Hinekura, 227.
  • Ngati-Irakehu, 227.
  • Ngati-Kahukura, 227.
  • Ngati-Urihia, 227.
  • Ngati-Wheke, 227.
  • Ngati-Parakiore, 23.
  • Ngawhakaarawaru, 223.
  • Nini, and He Tangoraoa, 120.
  • niu and coconut, 155.
  • Oates and Stewart atrocities, 206.
  • Ohinemutu, 166.
  • Otutohio, Port Levy, 224.
  • Oxford English Dictionary and Maori words included, 141.
  • Pacific culture, diffusion of, 126.
  • Paepae-teitei assembly ground, 187.
  • pakeha, word, 145.
  • Palmer, G. Blake, Mana—some Christian and Moselm parallels, 263.
  • Papareva, Tahiti, 187.
  • Papua, S.E., language of, 168.
  • Patahi-o-Wahieroa and He tango raoa, 120.
  • Patteson, Bp., martyrdom due to black-birding, 190.
  • Peruvian slavers and Wm. Stewart, 194.
  • pestle-form of pounder in Pacific, 126.
  • Pezzi, D., 181.
  • Pirika-te-miroi, proverbial song, 166.
  • Piri-te-umeume mausoleum, 215.
  • Polynesian cotton co., 191.
  • Polynesian languages, origin, 85.
  • Polynesian Society, Treasurer's report, 1946, 239.
  • List of members, 282.
  • Pomare, Queen and Wm. Stewart, 192.
  • Poole, W. and Stewart, Wm., 204.
  • poroporoaki mo Mokoia, 166.
  • prepuce venerated, 271.
  • Proto-Aryan language, 181.
  • Rahera te Hua, wife of Tamati Tikao, 225, 227.
  • Rakaitekura, wife of Tumaro, 221.
  • Rakitamau, Te, son of Tutekawa, 223.
  • Rangihakeke, Te, notes on karakia, 120.
  • Rangitane tribe, 15.
  • Ratana movement, dwindling of, 268.
  • Richerie, M. de la and Stewart, Wm., 191, 199.
  • Robarts, Lubbock & Co., Tahiti, 210.
  • rock-paintings, Kokoamo, 218.
  • Ronciere, Comtesse de la and Stewart, Wm., 192, 203.
  • Rongokako, 227.
  • Ryan, Thos., portrait of Te Kooti, 3.
  • Sanscrit language, 93, 99, 177.
  • Santa Claus, reputed remains, 273.
  • Satchell, Wm., The greenstone door, Maori words in, 161.
  • Semitic words in Maori, 183.
  • Shepherd, George, obituary, 280.
  • Shepherds creek rock paintings, 218.
  • Skinner, H. D., Bowling discs from N.Z. and Polynesia, 243.
  • — — Note on F. V. Knapp, 81.
  • — — Note on name Moriori, 172.
  • Skinner, W. H., obituary, 277.
  • Smith, S. Percy, Lore of the Wharewananga, note, 79.
  • Soares plantation, Tahiti, 191, 210.
  • Society Is., Chinese and other population, 189.
  • Spiller, Capt., portrait of Te Kooti, 7.
  • Steenalt and black-birding, 207.
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  • Stevenson, G. B., rock-paintings at Kokoamo, 218.
  • Stewart, Wm., and the introduction of Chinese labour in Tahiti, 1864–74, 187.
  • stone bowl, unique, Mangaia, 217.
  • tapu, 158, 268.
  • Tauranga disc artifact, 246.
  • Taylor, W. J., rock-paintings, Kokoamo, 218.
  • taepa, mis-spelling of taipo, 150.
  • Tahiti, Chinese labour in, 187.
  • Tangi-toru, carving, Rarotonga, 217.
  • tango-raoa invocation, 116.
  • taniwha and tupua, 26.
  • Taumutu, home of Te Rakitamau, 223.
  • Taupiri-o-te-rewarewa, pa on summit of, 166.
  • Tauponui tribe, 227.
  • Te'avaro river, Tahiti, 187.
  • Tehira'a-rupo, arioi house, 188.
  • Temuera, P., letter re Contemporary Maori death customs, 82.
  • Terre Eugene, Tahiti, 188.
  • Thorne, A. R., tower adze, 217.
  • Tikao, Hone Tare, 227.
  • Tikao, John, 228.
  • Tikao, Tamati, 224, 229, 231.
  • toa used for weapons, 215.
  • Toko-o-te-Rangi, honorific name of Te Kaweka, 167.
  • Tregear and linguistics, 97.
  • Tuahiriri, 223.
  • Tuhaitara, story of, 221.
  • Tura, sub-tribe, 227.
  • Turehu and others, 105.
  • Uenuku, sub-tribe, 227.
  • Waikakahi, 224.
  • Waitaki valley rock-paintings, 218.
  • Wedde, H. E., and rock-paintings, 218.
  • whenua of child buried, 269.
  • Whakawhiti-o-te-ra, honorific name of Te Kaweka, 167.
  • Whaka-aio-whenua, honorific name of Te Kaweka, 167.
  • whaka-whetetaitia, rite, 120, 122.
  • Whitmee, S. J., black-birding, 208.
  • wood-carving, decorative, 134.
  • word-forms, primary, 184.
  • word-similarity, 96.