Volume 56 1947 > Index to volume LVI p 421-428
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  • aborigine of Australia and Maori compared, 163-72.
  • accounts, annual, 230-2.
  • adoption of children in Rarotonga, 198.
  • adze blades from stone, 243.
  • adzes, types, 55.
  • Albrecht, F. W., quoted, 117.
  • Allen, Major, air photography, 233.
  • Ambryn island (notice), 225.
  • Anaa atoll myths from, 52.
  • Andersen, J. C., tribute to service to Society, 1; Polynesian literature (notice), 318.
  • Anderson, John, trustee of Oruarangi Wahitapu, 344.
  • Angatau island, notes on, 282.
  • Annual Report, 1946-47, 226.
  • anthropology, New Zealanders and, 320-1.
  • Araha, see Atawa.
  • Arawa canoe, kumara brought by. 325.
  • Te Arawa, carved houses of (notice), 225.
  • Arawa district carving, 176.
  • archaeology, N.Z. and air photography, 233-41.
  • Areare language examples, 62 ff.
  • Arosi language examples, 62 ff.
  • Arts of the South Pacific, Wingert (notice), 122.by
  • Arts of the South Seas, by Linton and Wingert (notice), 122.
  • artifacts, wooden, preservation of, 264.
  • Ataza migration into Melanesia, 58.
  • Austronesian language, 58.
  • Bailey, B. A. de vere, notes on Oceanian war clubs, 3.
  • Barclay, de tolly, see Raroia.
  • Batley, R. A. L., note on Poutama, 321.
  • Beaglehole, Ernest, Trusteeship and New Zealand's Pacific dependencies, 128.
  • “Bellingshausen's Voyage,” by Debenham (notice), 119.
  • Bernatzik names islands of Owa Raha, 283.
  • Best E., Forest Lore, quoted, 333.
  • betel nut compared with kava, 377,
  • Batterbee, R., quoted, 167.
  • bird names, Tuamotuan, 188-96.
  • bitumen used as masticatory. 260.
  • bone artifacts, human, 261.
  • book notices, 120-2, 224-5, 318-9.
  • botany, Tuamotuan place names, by K. P. Emory, 266-77.
  • bowls, carved for trade. 243; kava, number of legs, 373.
  • Brandstetter, criticised, 61.
  • Brazilian gourd patern, 322.
  • Buck, P. H., Introduction Polynesian Anthropology (notice), 120; Vikings of the Sunrise, -re pits at Karapiro, 2.
  • Busama tribe of Huon gulf, 244.
  • canals, Maori in Marlborough, 238.
  • Canberra proposals for South Pacific Commission, 158.
  • cannibalism in Rarotonga, 206.
  • canoe structure, 248; voyages, 248.
  • Capell, Dr. A., differs from, 71-2.
  • Carribean, similar advisory body, 160.
  • Carrington, A. H., obituary notice, 317.
  • carving, schools of, 174-5; of bowls for trade, 243; present practice, 174-83.
  • cent reboards, use of in drift voyages, 280.
  • chisel, double ended, 256.
  • Christian, F. W., quoted, 373.
  • Churchward, C. M., Tongan dictionary, 123.
  • circular huts, evidence of, 239.
  • clay deposits, Fly islands, 249.
  • clubs, war, notes on Oceanian. 3.
  • Codrington, quoted, 74-5, 287.
  • Colenso's printing of early Maori scriptures, 291.
  • Collins, Leo., owner of part of Ouarangi pa site, 342.
  • Collocott, E. V., quoted, 361 et seq.
  • communal life in Rarotonga, 107.
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  • Cook and the Opening of the Pacific, by Williamson (notice), 121.
  • Cook islands, 129.
  • Crazford, O. G. S., air photography for archaeology, 233.
  • crop sites revealed by air photography, 234.
  • dancing, 185-6.
  • Davis, T. R. A., “Rarotonga Today,” 197-218.
  • Deck, Norman, starts Christian mission schools at San Cristoval, 284.
  • defence and strategy in Pacific dependencies, 148.
  • dependencies, New Zealand's Pacific, 128.
  • Devonshire, C. W., Maori riddle, 321.
  • digging-stick club, 10.
  • dog, native, jaw-bone found, 256.
  • duck, grey, Maori methods of taking, 333-5.
  • Duff, Roger, “History of Polynesian Culture,” 348; report on quarries at Wangamoa, 55.
  • Earle's visit, 1827, 175.
  • Economy island, 133.
  • education in Pacific dependencies, 137; of aborigines urged, 171-2.
  • Elbert, S. H., Trukese-English Dictionary (notice), 224.
  • Ellesmere, bird hunting on Lake, 333.
  • Ellice Islands, Handbook of language of (notice), 120.
  • Emory, K. P., doctoral degree, 123; “Hawaiian Tattooing,” 318-9; “Tuamotuan Bird Names,” 188-96; “Tuamotuan Plant Names,” 266-77; Tuamotuan Legend of Rongo,” 52-4.
  • Fangatau, see also Angatau.
  • Fangatau atoll, myths from, 52.
  • fau fibres used to strain kava, 371.
  • Fata, leader of Samoans, 296.
  • field systems, revealed from air, 234.
  • filariasis in Rarotonga, 211.
  • finance, public, 131.
  • Firth, Prof. Raymond, “New Zealanders and Anthropology,” 320-1.
  • fish-catching, central Australia, 167-8.
  • Fisher, V. F., at Oruarangi pa, 340.
  • Fly islands clay deposits. 249.
  • fono, ceremonial food, 268.
  • Fox, C. E., “Phonetic Laws in Melanesian Languages.” 58-118; errata, 322-3; quoted, 285-6, 374.
  • Freeman, J. D., “Tradition of Sanalālā, 295-317.
  • Freeston, Sir Brian, Governor of Fiji, 420.
  • Fulljames fishing camp, Rua Hoata shelter near, 336.
  • Gatoaitele, marriage to Sanalālā, 296.
  • Gawa', language used by Tami islanders, 247.
  • Gela language examples, 62 ff.
  • genealogies conflicting, 27; of Fangatau and Rurutu, 52.
  • Gifford, E. W., “Tongan Society,” 367.
  • gift exchange and barter, 244.
  • Gisborne district carving best, 180.
  • Gonds, compared with Kui, 19.
  • gourd, pattern on Brazilian, 322.
  • Grange, L. I., “Pits at Karapiro,” 2.
  • grasses for baskets, etc., 242.
  • greenstone and steel tools compared in carving, 174.
  • grindstones, Maori, 256.
  • Gujerat, significance of “i” in, 22.
  • Guppy, H. B., quoted, 379.
  • Hambly, W. D., Craniometry of Ambrym Island (notice), 225.
  • Hakluyt Society, 119.
  • Hamaria canoe, 256.
  • hamzah, uses of q for, 75.
  • Hardie, Chas., diary on Samoa, 295, 306.
  • Hawkes Bay, air photography in, 238-9.
  • health services in Pacific dependencies, 141.
  • Heyerdahl, Thor., leader of Kon- Tiki raft expedition, 219, 278.
  • hibiscus tree, source of fan fibres, 371.
  • Hill, H., first explorer of Rua Hoata shelter. 336.
  • Hobbs, J., work in Maori scripture translation, 282.
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  • Hogbin, H. Ian, “Native Trade around the Huon Gulf,” 242-55.
  • Hornell's “Canoes of Oceania,” quoted, 365.
  • Hornell, J., reference to origins of sweet potato, 325.
  • Horowhenua, Lake excavations and pa site, 256-65.
  • houses in Rarotonga, 204-5.
  • Houston, R., author of MS. of Santa Anna language, 284.
  • Hovell, H. S., owner of Oruarangi pa site, 340.
  • chisels of human bones, 348.
  • spear points of human bone, 349.
  • Hubert, H. & Mauss M., “Melanges d'histoire des religions,” quoted, 366.
  • “Huon Gulf, Native Trade around,” by H. I. Hogbin, 242-55.
  • incest in Rarotonga, 198.
  • India, by Sir Thomas Hungerford-Holdich, 19.
  • Indian and Polynesian points of similarity, 29; words compared, 31-2.
  • Ivens, quoted, 79.
  • Jones, Pei Te H., Mahinarangi (notice), 120.
  • Kahungunu area carving, 180-1.
  • Kaidemoe tribe, Huon Gulf, 254.
  • Kaingaroa Plains rock shelter, 338.
  • Kaiataia, evidence of drains at, 239.
  • “Karapiro, Pits at,” by L. I. Grange, 2.
  • “Kava ceremony in Tonga,” by W. H. Newell, 364-417.
  • kava, effects of, 412.
  • Keiller, Alex., air photography for archaeology worked out by, 233.
  • Keesing, F. M., in Micronesia, 123; Native Peoples of the Pacific World (notice), 121.
  • Kendall, work on Maori language, 290.
  • Kennedy, D. G., Handbook of the Languages of the Ellice Islands (notice), 120.
  • Kennedy, R., Islands and Peoples of the South Seas (notice), 224.
  • Khonds, non-Aryan language of India, 23-4.
  • Koi, self named by Gonds, 19.
  • kokowai pigment, 261.
  • “Kon-Tiki Raft Voyage,” by G. S.
  • Roydhouse, 219-22, 278-82.
  • Kowhaiwhai, 183.
  • Krämer, Augustin, quoted, 296, 402.
  • Kui, the identity of the, 19.
  • Kumara, original by Enid Tapsell, 325-32.
  • Kuper, H., quoted, 28 ff.
  • Lae, increasing industrialization, 255.
  • Lambert, S. M., obituary, 124.
  • land system in Rarotonga, 202.
  • Lands & Survey Dept, air mapping records, 233.
  • language, Rarotongan, little known by officials, 212.
  • languages, the impact of, and the coalescence of the fragments; affinities of the Maori language, by A. A. Lind, 18-40.
  • languages, Melanesian phonetic laws, 58-118.
  • Lanyon-Orgill, P. A., three languages of S.E. Solomon islands, 283-9.
  • Lau language, examples, 62 ff.
  • Laughton, J. G., Maori Bible revision, 290-4.
  • Leatiogie, Samoan ancestor, 296.
  • Lee, S., work on Maori language, 291.
  • Leper, Tongan, kava from grave of, 377.
  • Lind, A. A., “Impact of Languages and the Coalescence of the Fragments,” Part 4, 18.
  • Linton, R. & Wingert, P. S., Arts of the South Seas (notice), 122.
  • Lobkowicki, Dr. Jan, quoted, 284.
  • Luke, Sir Harry, From, a South Seas Diary (notice), 419.
  • Luomala, K., appointment, 123.
  • McCully, H. S., 'Stone Tools Made from Quarried Material,” 55.
  • McEwen, J. M., “Development of Maori Culture since the Advent of the pakeha,” 173-87.
  • McKay, C. G. R., “Canberra Proposals for a South Pacific Commission,” 158.
  • Mahinarangi House (notice), 120.
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  • maize-steeping pit, 345.
  • Maketu, kumara growing at, 325.
  • Malaita, language of, 63 ff.
  • Malinowski, quoted, 364.
  • Malu'u language examples, 63 ff.
  • Mangaroa stream, 256.
  • Maniapoto, Tupara informant on cluck catching, 334.
  • Mao language examples, 64 ff.
  • Maori, aborigine and, by R. M..S. Taylor, 163-72.
  • Maori amulets of bone and shell, 357-363.
  • Maori Bible, translation revision, 290-4.
  • Maori culture, development of, since advent of the pakeha, 173-87.
  • Maori language examples, 62 ff.
  • Maori riddle, 321.
  • Marau Wawa, language of, 285.
  • Maria, people of India, 24-5.
  • Mariner's account of kava ceremony, 367.
  • Marlborough, Maori canals in, 240-1.
  • marriage, kava, 408.
  • masticatory, used by Maori, 260.
  • Matatoki river, near Oruarangi pa, 341.
  • Matatua area carving, 178.
  • mats made for trade, Huon Gulf, 242.
  • Maude, H. C., Resident Commissioner of Gilbert and Ellice islands, 123.
  • Maui, fish of, invasions, 18.
  • Maunsell, work in Maori scripture translation, 292.
  • medicines, native, 203.
  • Melanesian languages, area of, 86.
  • Melanesian languages, phonetic laws in, 55-118,
  • Metraux, A., appointment, 123.
  • Michigan, University of, museum collection of Oceanian war clubs, 3.
  • Micronesia, survey of projected, 123.
  • Mimi river, pa sites near, 237.
  • missions, bad effects of in Rarotonga, 202.
  • Mitchell Library, Samoan MSS. at, 295.
  • Mota language examples. 62 ff.
  • Mulga seed as food, 67.
  • music, 186-7.
  • Nafanua, assistance, 298.
  • Namatjira, Albert, artist, 170.
  • names, Maori fish, 41.
  • names, the meaning and power of, by A. A. Lind, 18.
  • names for birds, local difference in the Tuamotus, 193-4.
  • net-floats of pumice, 263.
  • Newell, J. E., on lament of Fiti- maupaloga, 310.
  • Newell, W. H., “Kava Ceremony in Tonga,” 361-414.
  • New Guinea-Indonesia origin of kava plant, 374.
  • news and notes, 123.
  • Ngarumaova village, Raroia island, 282.
  • Ngarue pass, entrance to lagoon, Raroia island, 282.
  • Ngata, Sir A. T., public address in Wellington, 223.
  • Ngati-Mamoe, canals in Wairau constructed by, 238.
  • Ngati-Manawa tribe, rock shelter, 338.
  • Ngatimaru, conquer Oruarangi, 340.
  • Ngati Porou tribe carving, 179.
  • obsidian for knives, 243.
  • Orgill, P. A. Lanyon, see under Lanyon-Orgill.
  • “Oruarangi Pa,” by D. Teviotdale and H. D. Skinner, 340-56.
  • Owa Paha and Owa Ritri, see Santa Anna and Santa Catalina.
  • Pacific, Cook and the Opening of (notice), 121.
  • Pacific Islands Monthly, 158.
  • Pacific Science, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Notice), 122.
  • Pacific Science Conference, 124-5.
  • Pacific World, native peoples of the (notice), 121.
  • Palmer, G. Blake, “N.Z. Archaeology and Air Photography,” 233-41.
  • Papamoa, earth works shown by air photography, 237.
  • Papaterangi temple on Angatau, 282.
  • Pare Mita, informant on kumara, 325.
  • parent or grey duck, 333.
  • Parham, Mrs. H. B. Richenda, obituary, 418.
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  • Patu-pai-arehe applied to Turehu people, 36.
  • pehu, name of kumara, 329.
  • Peru-Tahiti raft voyage, 219-22.
  • Phillipps, W. J., Carved Houses of Te Arawa (notice), 225; “A List of Maori Fish Names,” 41-51; “Maori Method of Taking Grey Duck and Black Teal near Taupo,” 333-5; Rua Hoata Shelter, Waikato River,” 336.
  • “Phonetic Laws in Melanesian Languages,” by C. E. Fox, 58-118.
  • photography, air, N.Z. archaeology and, by G. Blake Palmer, 233-41.
  • Piddington, R. W., “Essays in Polynesian Ethnology,” quoted, 367.
  • Pidgin-English used in New Guinea, 247.
  • piper methisticnm, 368.
  • Pitt-Rivers museum bowl, 372.
  • plant names, Tuamotuan, 266-77.
  • Platt, George, missionary with S. Wilson, 299.
  • polyandry in Rarotonga occasionally practised, 198.
  • Polynesian Anthropology, introduction to (notice), 120.
  • potato, sweet, origins of, 325.
  • pots, cooking, made from clay in Huon Gulf. 212.
  • pottery trade and manufacture, 249.
  • pounders, 262.
  • Poutama, note, 321.
  • preserving wooden artifacts, 264.
  • pumice net-floats, 263.
  • putiputi, name of kumara, 328, 331.
  • Radcliffe-Brown, A. R., quoted, 366, 389.
  • rafter painting, 183.
  • raft voyage from S. America to Tahiti, 219-22, 278-82.
  • rank in Tonga, 365.
  • Raroia island, notes on, 282.
  • “Rarotonga Today,” 197218.
  • Ray, quoted, 81 etc., 283-7.
  • recreations in Rarotonga, 200.
  • reed panelling, 183.
  • rekamaroa, name of kumara, 328, 332.
  • religion, ancient in Rarotonga, 199.
  • R.N.Z.A.F. air surveys by officers of, 233.
  • roads, ancient revealed from air, 234.
  • Robson, R. W., 158.
  • rock shelters, 338.
  • Rolston, R., “Further Excavations at Pa-site Lake Horowhenua,” 256-65.
  • Rongo, the Tuamotu legend of, 52.
  • Rossell, Leopold on language of Ugi, 287.
  • Rotokaua, lake ducks near, 334.
  • Roydhouse, G. S., “Peru-Tahiti Raft Voyage,” 219-22.
  • Rua Hoata shelter, Waikato river, 336-40.
  • Rubens Spur, Hawkes Bay, 240-1.
  • Sa'a language examples, 63 ff.
  • Samoa compared with Tonga in kava ceremony, 371, etc.
  • Samoa. Western, 130.
  • Samoan folk-lore, 295-317.
  • Sa Maliétoa, lineage of Samoa, 296.
  • Sanalālā, transition of, 295-317.
  • Sanskrit language, words and forms assimilated from, 22, 31-2.
  • Santa Anna, language of, 283.
  • Santa Catalina, language of, 283.
  • Savea, given name of Sa Maliétoa, 296.
  • scale of air photos for archaeology, 235.
  • school of Maori Arts, Rotorua, 179.
  • Science Congress, 127.
  • Science Congress papers, 158, 163, 173, 197.
  • Semitic origin, Maori words of, 36-7.
  • Sesake language examples, 63 ff.
  • sex perversions unknown, 198.
  • shoehorn amulet, 357.
  • Skinner, H. D., “Maori Amulets in Stone, Bone and Shell,” 357-63; “Oruarangi Pa,” 340-56; “Pits at Karapiro,” 2.
  • Skinner, W. H., Reminiscences of a Taranaki Surveyor (notice), 121.
  • Smith, W. Robertson, “Religion of the Semites,” quoted, 386.
  • Smithsonian Institution (notice), 224.
  • snakes, edible, 168.
  • Société des Océanistes, note 123; Journal (notice), 225.
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  • Solomon island languages, 73 ff.
  • Solomon islands, three languages of S.E., 283-9.
  • South Pacific Commission, 150, 158.
  • steel tools in carving, 174.
  • stereoscopic view important in air photography for archaeology, 236.
  • Stevenson, G. B., Maori and Pakeha in North, Otago (notice), 419.
  • stock, raised by aborigines 166.
  • Stone, William S., The Ship of Flame (notice), 419.
  • Tainui carving, 181.
  • Tamara, French naval vessel, picks
  • up Kon-Tiki raft crew, 278.
  • Tamati Ranapiri, quoted, 333.
  • Tami Islanders, makers of bowls, 244.
  • Tapsell, Enid, original kumara, 325-32.
  • Taranaki carving, 181.
  • taramahoe, name of kumara, 328.
  • tauhuhu cord for catching ducks, 334.
  • Taukuira Mita, informant on kumara, 325.
  • Tavaliere, discovery of crop-sites at, 235.
  • Taylor, R. M. S., “Aborigine and Maori,” 163-72.
  • teal, black, Maori method of taking, 333-5.
  • Teana, village on Angatau, 282.
  • teeth, decay among aborigines and Maori, 170-1.
  • tengawai, pendant, 260.
  • Teviotdale, D., Oruarangi, 340-50.
  • Thames Valley, site of Oruarangi pa, 341.
  • Thomson, B., “Diversions of a Prime Minister,” quoted, 392.
  • Tikao Talks, quoted, 333.
  • time factor for air photography for archaeology, 235.
  • Toi, identified with Indian Toial, 27.
  • Tokelau or Union group, 128.
  • Tonga, Kingdom of, 158; kava ceremony in, 361-414; reference to description by Bellingshausen, 119.
  • tools, stone, made from quarried material, 55.
  • Torero, kumara grown at, 329.
  • trade, native around Huon Gulf, by H. I. Hogbin, 242-55.
  • traditions, contradictory, 28.
  • True, W. P., First 100 years of the Smithsonian Institution (notice), 224.
  • Trukese-English Dictionary (notice), 224.
  • Tuamotuan bird names, 188-96.
  • Tuamotuan plant names, 260-77.
  • Tuamotu archipelago, reference to description by Bellingshausen, 119.
  • Tuamotu Legend of Rongo,” 52.
  • Tuberculosis in Rarotonga, 211-2.
  • Tu'i Kanokupolu, 365.
  • Tu'i Tonga, 365.
  • Tukutuku, 183.
  • Tuna, leader of Samoa, 296.
  • Turehu, treatment of by Maori, 27, 30; people, 35.
  • Turner, George, quoted, 407.
  • Tutu-mai-oa, name for Kui, 21, 30, 33.
  • Ugi, language of, 287.
  • United Nations Trusteeship, 145.,
  • U.S. Commercial Company, 123.
  • Urenui district, air map shows 17 pa-sites, 236.
  • Vaio, Rongo, son of, 52.
  • Vaiola fountain, 369.
  • Vincent, owner of pa-site at Horo- whenua, 205.
  • voyages, canoe, 248; English collection of, Hakluyt Societv, 119.
  • Waha-ika from Oruarangi, 354.
  • Waihou river, near Oruarangi pa, 341.
  • Waikato river, shelter near, 336-40.
  • Wangamoa, Nelson, quarries, 55.
  • war clubs, Oceanian, by Bailey, 1.
  • weaving, 184-5.
  • Wessex, central, archaeology in, 233.
  • West, Thos., “Ten Years in South-Central Polynesia,” quoted, 392.
  • We Tawa in San Cristoval, 58.
  • Whaka-o-te-Rangi brought kumara in Arawa canoe, 325.
  • Whanau Apanui tribe carving, 179.
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  • Whangaparoa, kumara grown at, 332.
  • White, John, Oruarangi pa mentioned, 340.
  • Wilkes, Charles, contact with S. Wilson, 301.
  • Williams', Maori Dictionary, 124.
  • Williams, Wm., work in Maori scripture translation, 291.
  • Williamson, J. A., Cook and the Opening of the Pacific (notice), 121.
  • Wilson, Joan, drawings by, 355.
  • Wilson, Samuel and Samoa, bio-graphical note, 298-302; papers on Samoa, 295.
  • Wingert, P. S., Arts of the South Pacific (notice), 122; and Linton, R., Arts of the South Seas (notice), 122.
  • Wina, name of island kumara, 328.
  • word bases, 60; decay of, 62.
  • Yabim language used in Huon Gulf, 247.
  • yam. as food, 167.
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36 1927 1-98 1s 6d 99-206 1s 6d 207-302 1s 6d 303-420 1s 6d
37 1928 1-112 1s 6d 113-256 1s 6d 257-358 1s 6d 359-481 1s 6d
38 1929 1-104 1s 6d 105-82, M9.1-38 1s 6d 183-240, M9.39-70 1s 6d 241-308, M9.71-99 1s 6d
39 1930 1-88, M9.101-24 1s 6d 89-200, M9.125-72 1s 6d 201-98, M9.153-82 1s 6d 299-412, M.183-216 1s 6d
40 1931 1-72, M9.217-46 1s 6d 73-94, M9.247-64 1s 6d 95-182, M9.265-84 1s 6d 183-267, M9.287-319 1s 6d
41 1932 1-80, M9.321-6, M10.1-30 2s 6d 81-180, M10.31-78 2s 6d 181-252, M10.79-108 2s 6d 253-387, M10.109-40 2s 6d
42 1933 1-32, M10.141-88, M11.21-44, M12.1-50 2s 6d 33-132, M10.189-204 2s 6d 133-210, M10.205-236 2s 6d 241-346, M10.237-62, M11.45-60, M12.51-84 2s 6d
43 1934 1-40, MM.253-68, M11.61-76, M12.85-108 2s 6d 41-142, M10.269-84, M11.77-92 2s 6d 143-228, M11.93-108 2s 6d 229-300, M10.285-304, M11.109-20 2s fid
44 1935 1-68 2s 6d 69-136 2s 6d 137-92 2s 6d 193-277 2s 6d
45 1936 1-48 2s 6d 49-82, M13.1-16 2s 6d 83-118, M13.17-32 2s 6d 119-68, M13.33-48, M14.11 15 2s 6d
46 1937 1-40, M13.41-8, M14.17-27 2s 6d 41-98, M13.49-56, M14.29-36 2s 6d 99-174 2s 6d 175-248 2s 6d
47 1938 1-44, M14.37-45, M15.1-6 2s 6d 45-96, M13.57-64, M15.7-9 2s 6d 97-144, M15.10-16 2s 6d 145-216, M13.65-72, M15.17-23 2s 6d
48 1939 1-70, M15.24-31 2s 6d 71-128, M15.32-40 2s 6d 129-66, M15.41-6, M16.1-16 2s 6d 167-224, M15.47-50 2s 6d
49 1940 1-174, M15.51-4, M16.17-32 5s 175-308, M15.55-61, M16.33-48 5s 309-482, M15.62-5, M16.49-64 5s 483-633, M15.66-77, M16.65-80 5s
50 1941 1-52, M15.78-81 5s 53-106, M16.97-112 5s 107-72, M16.113-28 5s 173-244, M16.129-43 5s
51 1942 1-85 5s 87-152 5s 153-227 5s 228-92 5s
52 1943 1-24 M16.1-xii., 145-46, M15.i-ii, 83-90, M15 part 2 1-2 5s 25-90, M16.157-9 5S 91-156 5s 157-222 5s
53 1944 1-42, M15 part 2 3-4, Nga Mot. 1-16 5s 43-74 M15 part 2 5-6, Nga Mot. 17-32 5s 75-120, Nga Mot. 33-48 5s 121-219, Nga Mot. 49-64 5s
54 1945 1-90, Nga Mot. 67-72 6s 6d 91-146 6s 6d 147-166, M22.1-52 6s 6d 167-250, M22.53-72 6s 6d
55 1946 1-84 6s 6d 85-174 6s 6d 175-242 6s 6d 243-94 6s 6d

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