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220 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
221. .t.,4 f i,1 My ornamental greenstone pendant! Alas,. I but saw thee as a bud awakening My treasured eardro-_p of translucent jade! Cruelly torn from off my ear My grove of shady sheltering trees Death hath ruthlessly trampled underfoot, Slee',? on, 0 Son, on Aotea Prom hence ye will be borne On the forlorn and drifting canoe. Red thy blood, like the waters of the titoki In those healing waters your kinsmen oft will bathe O 'KU' Comrade of mine, Look: forth, and see if there comes My cherished ones Brir,, forth a little laden basket A basket of good -Food from the streams. Would that I could find The pathway that leads to the Realms of Night And there be devoured by Hine-nui-te-po! Or let me consume the spark of Mahuika's fire; The fire that die sear thy naked thighs And swept aloft thy locks in flames of fire , Alas, 0 Son of mine - Ah me. (Tranplation by Pei Te Hurinui Jones.) NAiata Na Tame Re -Vhotnoko ki to Mira Venenga o Hangatiki, Mei,1950 Re tepuhu ha riakina mai, I ko2cura ko to a hUri atu ki a keutou No ua wehea a to tans. kura re. Nana i wha.:kahru mai to wairua Ho area i warewarc i tehu ngakau. E noho nei. am. homai ano koe Kia ringia ki to wairoimata E hei aku knee nge rare tangi mei Te wairore he race ko tu teta tonu Mal nga tinana aol. . He l7aiata Whaialao Mo Retireti Tagihana. Re te marama ka riakina mai. Pukekura, ko te ma huri atu ki e Ngairo, Koua wehea e te tahakura ra; -Nana i whakabou mai to wairua, He mahi ka wareware i taku tinana E noho nei au, homai ano hoe Kia ringia ki te wai roimata E, hei aku knee nga rare tangi mai Te Wairere, e wham nunumi ana Pua-reinga ki taku ngakau, e. 'Nei ha noho nga roro ,thare kura I a Hope, whakamau te titiro Puia tu mai hi Whakaari; paneneke ana motu-tipua. No Paeoacaotea me tauawhi kau Ko Retirei, e kora pea hoe E tine tukue mai e Perepe, mahara iho ana, taihuia - Tia te tinana, he rake nakaru kino, Ka rube noa au hi te aau,:e. -3-
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367AMULT EDUCATION CENTRE (AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY DISTRICT) PLEASE ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO rns DIRECTOR, ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE, SYMONDS STREET, AUCKLAND, DIRECTOR: MOREISON,PA-A. TELEPHONES: 48-094. 466 Friday, Clack Street, Mangere East. Ri a Te Eurinui, Tens ano koutou. Rua tuknaa atu age kepc o nga ,aiata he' a Rapata Seeps, i tau ano i mac. mai ra. Ea tee atu a Morrison a tore Parrire to So a Mci. I have mentioned to Mr Morrison about getting your translations of ahateppeme published through the University. Re shall discuss the matte, :ith. I :7ould also like to 30?, your address to the Rotary Club" noughts about the Maori" published perhaps in s magazine and also included. in : series of talks over the air on Maori Poetry. Mr Morrison is rather :cen about your book on Pbtatate being published by the University in preference to the translations. I think your Potatau have a ready sale appealing as it -mould to e bigger public. The translations of Shakespeare will 11 -Te an attraction to Scholars and students of the language and it :7111 be harder to sell. I think these can well be used as Tezts for Maori. If we can qet the Universit ;Gem it iaibht't-S-17-good 1a ,z-lang-us--ym--s=171,s to tho royalty are safeguarded. I fonder if you hed ever considered a lectureship in Maori at the Auckland University College, perhaps later. le arc still negotiating for such a lactureship ,it some varying responses from the College. The troub le today is, the arrival of a no-, authority, English, but ;re Tlay convert him soon. Xis ore,
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412ADULT EDUCATION DISCUSSION COURSES. (Auckland University District) NB WHAKAMARAMA. Ma koutou e tone mai ko tchaa o cnai kaupapa korero kei roto i to pukapuka nei hei tutu atu ki to koutou roopu. Etahi whakmnarama mo te hanga Roopu, Maori Adult Education Classes. Me karanga he hui e to Tribal Committeo, to Komiti marae, Komiti Kauhanganui, Komiti Kura, e tetahi atu huihuinge tangata rani. 2. Mehomea ki te psi to nuinga of nga tangata me whin to mama o tonei mahi, Adult Education, ki to Tribal Committee. Kua toe atu nga whakahau ki nga Welfare Officers, kia awhinatia to mahi, Adult Education. Tirahia hoki te Telciona 12 o tc Tura, 1946 - ka kitea, koianei to tahi a nga mahi, a nga Tribal Committee. Engari kat, to hui to tine korero MD to penes, mo to tore rani, 3. Ko tc mea is kia tika ko to Whakaurunmi i etahi mangai o to Women's Health League, Mutual Improvement Association, me era atu Roopu hei arahi tahi i to mahi Adult Education. 4. Tohungia to Tiamana, me to Hekerctari - Kai-tiaki moni, me etahi mema mo te Komiti, Adult Education. Knua e tokomaha rams nga moms o to Komiti engari me tango mai otahi mangai o nga roopu a whakahuatia i runga ake mi. Kia 9 pea nga mema kaati. Hoot kci a koutou tons. 5. Ka tu te kcmiti, tuhia nga ingoa o to hunga katoa c hiahia ana kia tomo ki to roopu, Me utu ki to Hekeretari, Ica hoatu ai he rihiti, ko to rihiti tonu tc tikiti aematanga. Net roto ano i to pukapuka te utu mo is Kaupapa korero, mo is memo noki. 6, HJ= :ga;r o =ttfIttnut'; to 1CReL2g. Me 2e tae mai. 7. Whakahaere o to Hui - a To Roopu. (a) Ma to Tiamana to mihi ki nga mama, tc whakaatu hoki i tc Kaupapa korero mo to hui. (o) He mea pas, to whakeauwhcra i te hui i roto i to Mc hoatu Nacre ki nga tai-karakia tens mahi, kia rate katoa ai. (c) lie panui to Pukapuka Korero mo to po e tetahi, e etahi rani o nga mama. Ka toe ki nga Patai - ka riro ma to katoa c wananga. (d) Ko tc whai kia korero katoa nga mama ki to take. Ma to Tiamana e karanga nga mea o hiahia ana ki to whaikupu. 8. Mehemca ha whore kura a tata ana, pas tonu me tu nga hui ki reira. Engari ra ko te whai ki to waahi e tata ana ki to rahinga o to tat. 9. Kaore e katia tetahi ki to haere mai ki nga hui. Otira ko to mea tika ano me rehita hei mama. 10. Km era Roopu kci rare i to Whakahaerc a to Wharewananga o Akarana (Auck/ani Univorsity College). Ko to manawa o tenet mahi he toha haere i nga mateuranga Thanui tenu o to Maori, o Pakcha tahi ki a tatou ki te sat Maori. 11. Kaua 0 wareware, whakahokia mai mai nga pukapuka rihiti me to pukepuke rarangi ingoa ins tee ki to mutunga o nga hui. 12. Me tuhi c to Hekeretari, o tetahi atu mema rani he ripoata o nga hui, mai i to timatanga, toe noa ki to mutunga. Ka tutu mai ai ki to. He rarangi mahi ano ones Kahore i tuhla atu ki rote ki to pukcpukc. Auckland Country Courses. 1. Maori Language classes. Ki to whakaako i to tatou rec. 10 nga hui. Ma tenet roopu 0 kimi atu hoki i te tai whakaako. 7/6 tc utu. 2, :arm Accounts. He whakaako tens i nga tact ahu-whenua me etahi atu ki to whakahaere i a ratou
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4441 - 2 kaute MA is tau. 6 nga hui. 6/- to utu mo is mama. Ma tenet roopu arD c Kimi atu tc kai-whakaako. 3. Farm Schools. Ka taea roopu to whakahaere nga whakarete katoa mo tetahi kura wananga e pa ana ki a tatou mahi ahu-whenua. Nga kai-korcro o is hui ka tikina atu i rote i to Department of Agriculture me etahi atu wahi kei reira nga tohunga mo tenei mahi. I etahi o o tatou merae kua whaka haeretia nga. Ko nga Kaupapa korcro Animal Husbandry, stook diseases and their prevention and cure, The Farm Orchard, Grassland Management, etc. 4. Maori Arts and Crafts, ' He tukutuku, he whakairo, he kowhaiwhai- to hanga-whare eraatu wee. Fe., Ka hichia ki tetahi atu me, mo tuhi mai ki te Director of Adult Education, Adult Education Centre, Symonds St., Auckland, Director of Adult Education, Adult Education Centre, Symonds St., AUCKLAND,
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487DfileNIOND F. LAGAN " Bo. soo March 15th, 1954. P. Te h. Jones, ;sq. Secretary, Tainui :iaori Trust Board, Pox 78, Dear ;Y. Jones, I an sorry that work arising out of the recent tinker conference at Rotorua has p,ecluded soy acknowledging your letter of ;larch 5th before this. I am especially appreciative of your action in forward- tic the copy of King Koroki's address when I find that there wore only a limited nmiber printed. however tho copy is in good hands and was not just requested as a curio. I an glad to be able to include it in ay collection of books and papers relating to the ;.;aori people. Pind regards. / Young-lei/Iserely, 14" ? 4
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6319th '.otober, ,r ,orrleon, nreotor cr Ault Education, Auokland rniversit . Dear 'r orrison, !hunk you for the invitation to the ,:onferenoe in huc,lan. on the 7th. November, 153, eltieh I am pleated to aept ettvpow, e hue provided fando for travel acoordation 01400A repreeentutives ut_erding cc Terence. If 30, I aould be to have vq,eneee paid. (let olase :.,.il fare Tuumar,lui-huoklund retain, it Ile, of oar miles,,e as 1 /rill oo,e oar. Nitro dotel sood0tion ni;ht.) If yo, are ucin 'u,az oonbuted fJ nectars of , :o ncil, i 4111 meet a.;, oar. travel uh, udoo.aJAtion expensca. ujtin tdorKInF, yc, ror-Th. invitation. I retain, foure fui Puny, 4 r'
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676ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE REGIONAL COUNCIL OP ADULT EDUCATION AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE PLEASE ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO THE DIRECTOR, ADULTEDUCATIONCENTRE, SYMONDS STREET, AUCKLAND, DIRECTOR: S. R. MORRISON, TELEPHONES: CENTRE 48-094 LIBRARY AND TUTORS: 48-166 Mr, Pei Jones, TAUYARUITI 5th October, 1953, pearl's. Jones, The Auckland Regional Council of Adult Education has decided that the expansion of adult education services in both Auckland City and the Auckland University District has been such that the time is appropriate to invite representatives of organisations interested in adult education to meet in a conference, discuss the problems and offer such advice as may seem proper. The Conference has been set down for Saturday, 7th November, and will be held in Room 19 at the Auckland University College. The Conference_bours will_bc from 10 10 pre., and froM-2pja."te -- 0 . .?7?...:41=a1 Council invites youhyeap-Oaaisi as the Council feels not only that you are interested, but that your views would be of value to the conference. For those who have to travel to Auckland to attend the Conference, the Council offers to pay travel and accommodation expenses. In the case cf organisations invited to send representatives, would the organisation send forward as soon as is practicable the name and address of the representative or representatives attending, and whether travel expenses will be required. Individuals invited arc also requested to indicate whether they arc able to attend, and whether expenses are required. I remain, Yours sincerely, (. Morrison) Director of Adult Education.
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708- PRCGRUDE - ADULT EDUCATION CallinENCE - AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. SATURDAY. 7th NOVEMBER. 1953 - ROOM 19. 10 - Assembly: Welcome to representatives, and address by Cocker, G., Chairman of the Regional Council of Adult Education. - Morning Tos.: 11 " Discussion on Tutorial Classes and Box and Discussion Groups. - Luncheon. Services for Country Organisations Community Arts Service and Specialist Tutors. 0 " Maori Adult Education. 0 " Conclusion of Conference.
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7519th Ootober 3 Wr Robert iharstor Kerr, Rom 49, huatoris, ,.AST ,.CAST. Tana Yoe, I wee verlOnterested it what you had to say in your letter of the 1WSnotant, sad an very pleseed to lees that you have taken 141), Varsity course in the subjeota mentioned in your letter. Cur isiikatvgeople oould do with a lift along in the Academic field o this modern e6e, and you will have ay support and beet wishes. It will give me the greatest of pleasure to put your ease beffre the 'hoard, when our buigget for next fear 19 under consideration. The board's funds for the current year (ending 31/3/1954) have been fully omitted, but if you put in your applieation se early as possible it will ensure proper coneiierstion of it before we deal witn the nud,pet for the year ending 31/3/1455. Yore of Aplloation is enclosed. Yours faithfully, 3'1SCT,.a.
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839Address by: MAORITAROA The Very itev..Leogeton. O. The keynote to Meoritange is the feet that the Maori rase has distinct racial personality end what we hove cone to term Meoritanga Is the expression of that distinctive racial personality in language, poetry mine art,?.! custom end usage, rite and ceremony, work end play. Mseritanga. emelt, is the recognition of that distinctive racial personality ene the secomoserint Pride of race and the eorresponding demand that the sacred rights of that racial personality shall be recognised end safeguarded. In the third plans, Meoritange is the action token to secure provision end satiattetion for that racial personality. There le of course, nothing singular in the nationalism of the Mori which is the expression of this entity shish we have come to call Iteorliange. Indeed, the 104neesti= of the pressures on life of modern elremmetences seems to have deepened this nett epirit everywhere. It le eertainly not oonfined, as is sometimes seaweed, to the coloured people of the world. A visitor to Scotland or Wales today will fled this spirit se =live and vocal as we have it here today in the demo= for the resolegtion end 9rtin cor our lisoritengs. Let us look at some of these components of the Maori heritage which are the substages of Meoritausge. First of all Language eon never to a ooincidenee. Rash roes has developed an express on Ai= is beau, gel in adequacy to frame its thought Promisees is the expression of its out very being. The form of a language le one of the indicationce of the resist spirit which gave it birth, and the limitation or the adequacy of a longest m e full vehicle of thought is an immediate indication of the vestal sigesity of the people whose utteranse it is. The Maori language es it woo before the advent of the white men was a very full and adequate expression of thought the world in which it was situated. The Maori language is widely stereelelmod bemuse of its beauty of expression, flowing so naturally as it does In similes end metaphoree figures of speech, but not only is it beautiful La thought plotures but it is beautiful in euphony. Ue wars partieelarly impressed in our sort on the revision of the Maori Bible with the fast that wherever a transliterated personal or place nose had =tab sound, Maori people had uniformly repeated that form and adopted =a that was ousical cud pleasant to the ear. Literary appreciation Is a widespread Maori endowment and even older Maori people who have had very little Parop en education have a keen sense of quality in the use of their own language. Literary taste in the keen appreciation of beautiful words is common to a high pommies, of the Maori people. The Maori is famed as an orator. That accomplishment lemons from the feet that the met of speech and the adequate mastery of epee= is recognised and valued attainment of the Maori people. An =cleat literary practice which telt we fear, fallen into disuse, was the gams of finding her mar sywnynec dhe stated for o given word. All these things denote She fast that longest in its comprehensiveness and fullness mad beauty la one of the treasured posseastome of the Maori rase mad the oorneeliteme of lisoritsage. A decadent people are likely to have decadent language. A people who see vital end full of progress are sure to esteem and develop the language ie supplies the tool-kit of thought, which conveys what is their indl vandal personality in the words end empressions which have been evolved to give utterance to their p rt/inlet thought and aspiration as ne other woods can do. vs) are well aware of She feet that there are some things Mash we ashy in Maori much acre effectively than they can be said in Knglish. These, of course, are esori matters end require Snort language for their 6eseription.It has been well said that the language La gar Maggot pempU'a-aoegy aad however mush need there may be, as is tree of the gramme ottemstam4 that a people should have a ocopetest knowledge of another language, should they lose their own tongue they have lost the most sacred immerd shrine of their being. Maoritange is the realisation of these things and the valuing of the most sacred heritage of the Memel person and rase, his lengeste. and the Maori certainly has in his language tresses of which he may well be,prood. I recall the present Bishop of Miasma testing so= lines from a MOOOMPONI in welcoming the Rev. Niles et easelin = Ps, Rgare rehle, last year, and then stating: "that is as fine poetry as Anything la rbskespears if it could be adequately translated", and there is no doubt whatever that both in its prose and in its poetry the Maori language has attained expression of very high and beautiful order. Part of the action of Meoritange undoubtedly is the' realisation end revaluation of the things that are distinctively MODPip, and outstanding in that category is the language which Is the very breath of . the Maori soul. v ii
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8714, _q- Allied to logaage as an aloontery fast of the racial Mil), designated Maoritangs lb the Art gr the roe, evid need generally in serving, weaving and reed work. gout like lemma, this is en ensestio of the mind, an expression of the inner pelf. It is surely notable that the Maori people, who had never bad the fortune to doll la oountry where metal maid Vs developed and who wore therefore limited to stone tools wherewith tree tallier ono fashioning and house building bed to be carried out with great labour, were not content to erote things of mere utility but in those untoward circumetesses lavished art on carved prow sod stern pests of the ?seam moo and on the door poets of the tribal houses, sad developed the arts of weaving and beautiful rood work. This art mad the appreciation of it is surely inherently en ertiele of noritenge. These are the moomnliehmants which ape indigenous to the roe and which are the utterance of its very self. And if 'amebas?e we encounter at floe same asebees of the roes living in very unosthetis elreemetasesee it should to manifest that this is not feature of the true-ter-type gear/ life that sponteneoualy gave birth to carving and art in spits of great handlospe, but that it is the degeneration consequent on the impsol of Petah civilisation am the life of the Mori. And because Maori hoe innate within him an appreciation of art and beauty, true naoriden met always resent any members of the rear being oompelled to live in alma conditions, end be deeply regretful if any voluntarily choose such habitat, sad the spirit of ',earldom should load every Wormed member of the roe to labour with devotion for the fall recovery of the artistic topero at heriditary to the roe. The third feature of Maoriterga which recut-es aphasia is the fast that the Maori is a social being, that his life is aomwamity life, that he is gregarious, that grouping is to him the very blodd of life. Because the ASOri is a community being, isolation is to him moot forlorn and totally frustrating.' Yor the same resson he is a team worker. All the work and undertakings of a Maori oommuniti were dons by the too effort waled "oho". Realising that Maori life is ooamunity life it should be "say to understand the epotansmas end abundant nature of Maori hospitality. True-to-type Maoris do not live entirely for themselves, nor yet even in a orimary way to promote the advantage of their individual family, but to seek for the welfare of the whole tribe, end because a communal peren loves to have others about him and heoelee re true community people Maoris delight in giving service to the aommultY, hospitality is to the sort an exaltation and delight. no has no regrets if he spends on his guests the sbundeno which se would think Mould be retain. ad for the more soured sustenanee of his immediate dependents. All those who become intimately esquainted with Maori life are impressed with the delicate etiquette of true Maori deportment. That, of course. is a sharesterlotto of people whose values and outlook are those of asodgity. The untutored zakeha is apt to transom's. mach Maori etiquette slyly bemuse he is en individualist end is not trained as the Maori to think La term of the community rather than of self. But the Maori sense of community is more then the enbreoing of the living and immediate community. It is comanity with the long end storied past as well as with the present and ineediate envirmontl At every greet gathering of the Maori people the songs of the long past ere sung and genealogies that relate to far away generations and into..relate living people with m tors or the dim end distant past ewe rotted. It is. not merely that the Maori has a better historic sense than the average Paishae hie omonalty life atretehea bask over the centuries and unite" him with the whole oavaloade of time of his rwee. Try to mike him a ieKeha and a asps individualist and you have stripped his like some plant of every leaf ant flower-bed and left him with loma sae asked stem. Memo Aaciel life is (modality life the village courtyard, the Maori mares. is the true eentre of 'Maori life. Because auropeen life is based on the fluidly unit the hearth is the centre of life. Reesuse Maori life and ell its outlook and values is a community entity the mares is its centre. There tie people moot end find that do,nst satisfaotion la being together, es the,' say, "go to kite stn, to to kite mai", just to see one another, just to be together, just to have the jay of propinquity. Of 'Douro, in pre-turopean times, before the pressures 9s, Or ionisation dispersed the Maori people from thole eommonel basis of life JO the extent that they have been dispersed. the whole life of the people wee centred on the mares, and the ors, and its tribal house were the parliament of the people as well se the vessels of their manumit, life. Phr the most part the Maori today son oaly resort am oaession to the gathering on the SIPCO and find there the satisfaction of his essentially communal being, and ens the =IPSO still the Maori people take cannel together to grapple with the pr bleg Which beset them and to legislate for homely's. There are still awry Maoris more reedy to ontribute liberally to the o,natruotioa of the tribal house than to spend money oa improving their individual living conditions. The . ?
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903oratory of the Maori stems from the feet that he in a man of comemoity, and the man whose setting Is community and who wishes to went in mey wear in the life of a community suet he vocal and develop the powers of impressive speech. The Maori memo, the Maori language and howl rotary ere MO inseparable trinity and lie very close to the heart of 'O/oridos. As long es the true community spirit and life of the Maori is retadeed. the Maori more, will have its plsee and the only language passible to the sense is the ?'Mori speech, became the merae is the central setting of true Maori life and the `Maori language is the utterance of that life, and the Mewl hug on the Maori Agree is the asvionr of the Maori language bedews it is unthinkable to run true Maori meeting otherwise than in the Maori setting end in the Maori tonne. Seeing that the earopmat le so largely SO individualist and the Maori so essentially a person of coemunity it should be axiometi, that the Maori has different ranee of values from the Patella. het the' Pakehe impetlealy calls the Maori's emote of time and money le to the oe,ri satiefeotiou type yahoo boculse through it he has satisfied himself with the pleasures of commit, delighting himself in the abuse. once 0; eosiohor and the multitude of guests, having gotten therefrom what to him is the best return for the exoenditur of his ties and money. (erhsps the totally different rhythm-of /Mori life from that of the hak ba arlimis in its essence from the emote easlai difference of emphasis in the two ramps. It is not only that the Maori has a different time 'muse from the hskahs, 'at the whole rhythm of chereeteristieally Maori life is different from that of characteristically hakeha life. You can arrange function to he Just right from the Poksho standpoint, but if the arrangements are to be operated in a Maori continuity they ere likehy to be quite out of tune end unsuitable. The way of going about things, the order Le which they are dons, the etiquette that is attendant thereupin, the =nom that is fitting, all these are oar' of Mnoridoso as mush part of the Maori es the hue of his skin. and the raven black looks of his hair and the brown of his eyes, and to rope the Osori into a pattern which sheerly disregards Vow, fuctore of his being is to bind frustration upon him like bawls of iron. The foorth an' very central feeture of mairitmags which should be recorded la the religious n,tare of the Ichri. The whole of ancient huori life turned upon the Males of religion. Nothing was undertaken without resort to approorlote horshia and religious observances. The crops were mown adal planted with due regard to the dicties; they were gat'ered again with the same religious ot,ression. Uot/Ang wee undertaken without resort to the "loshu", the shrine of the tribe. The sense of the divine remains inatinotive to the Maori mind. ttubjected as he is to the competition of mete and creeds. it Is not to be wondered at that the sort people have an Infinite nunter of religious affiliation., bu: tore are certainly few w u /alive no religious; affiliation. Just se surely es the gnori needs bright hues for the satisfaction of his sense oI colour does he need not only the aid of Omi but the constant reoliention of the underlying presence of God as primary foot of life. he is destroyed with loneliness if he has to live in isolation fr,m men, and he le likewise lonely if he le cut off from the fellows'-ip of the Supreme Being. Thr community life of the tort is built round the coneept of the divine. It can truly be said of the ancient Maori thst he lived end moved and had his being in his gods. All his mootivity was god orientated, and that rehnins his hereditary psychology. The strongest force in Maori life was the law of tape. The sanctions end regulations of society were built upon it and tepu,.of course, was the elflosnoe or the) goose I is em impeveriehlee fa, seeks to he without hod, it is a devestatinv thing for a Maori. The retanghsa of vital religion is es necessary to the sarvival of -aoritangs os le the maori lonousge, the Maori arts and crafts and the Maori sense of community. The fifth and lest element of hsoritanga that we would dwell upon is the soil. The soil le the true basic of all life, but the landed heritage of the Maori people in New Zealand is the vested inheritance of the rime from the ancestral discovery and occupntion of the land. and without .oropesn interference the haunt communal title o/ land is not merely the source of subsistsnoe hut it is the codas of his tribal and connunal life. lonh as s Maori has eve, en infinitesimal el. in the tribal lends, hie tribal rights are secure, he may go :,rt as many ere forced to do to the adventure of competitive individn liotio life in the ha city, but so long as he has eve, an undefined interest in the tribal land ho has slimy home and the shelter of the trite to go to. That hit of land - it mny be on, ly a Qoarter of an acre in area - is a greater moaned/ policy to the Pearl than s cover of thousands of gourds is to the h,ehe. lie can fare him forth wit, a light heart for there is always the tribe to go hack to mighthe - thrrh
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935n -4- assoros that no one would dare to refuse him a hospice and welcome within the tri al domain, for are hip rights not written in hie share in the community title of the tribal lands? There are some today who fee/ that the wiping. out of this slender interest in the tribal /ands veld be selutorn thing in that it would burn the bridges ,f many sorts and compel thee to be Labelle. The preservation of coanunel being is the very genius of laoritanga nod the material corpus of commonity life le the communal ownership of the basis of lire, the tribal lard. That is why the Maori revels as he does in the Maori Land Court Immune it is the sanctuary ant protector of the writ of his community life w Loh 1s inseribed on his tribal landed heritage, and because his outlook Is communal the criterion is not Vn, else of hie share but the feet of his interest. It is for this reason that e me of us feel that the only right solution to the problem of the fragmentary title to meek Maori land is to restore all shah tussoottasio individual shores to the orfelmel 10014 eoassanal title to be farmed for the berafit of the tribe and not for any imidual told to retain tor ell the members of the tribe their "turangsweevae", their community right within the tribe. If the cohesive tribal titles to ',sort leads are esstrored. She inosol citadel of aoritanga, the eomanmity life of the Maori people, will be besieged and eventually broken enn Nothing can for the Maori take the phase of his Loneritance in the lend trodden by ',111 forefaterS mid handed down as tribal domain from generation to generation over husdres of years. That la home to him and the family circle is the whole of the tribe. nipunge hie little title in that land and whatever you may d, for hie you have made him a homeless wanderer from the tribal life vnico. in his being. Let hie feel th t he has no longer any right in the tribal lands and he will never again be other than an alien haunted with the fear that those who have bosoms the owners may maks 'Re aha to take i konsin" "Whet right here you here?" These things are inherent in naoritangs rand utterly essential to its survival - the neori language, the neort arts and crafts, the Maori community life with its outlook and values, the inherent Maori plass for religion, and the Maori's retaining his inheritance in his tribal lend. Finally. it is fitting that we should say a weed regarding the preservation of ,nioritaaa lc,ic!, is num. other than the life of tie :.horn. And, of course, the first means of preserving Maoritansa la to manes whet it contains end how utterly essential it is to the laori, being the very roof. and life-blood of his being. :hen we know whet our heritage le and hew priceless it is, then surely we are the more moved to take measures for Its protection end preservation. The language, the arts, the social commanit: 11 e, the religiose experience, the preservation of s place la the tAbel orbit through a continuance of inheritance in the ancestral lands, these are ell integral and indispensIble elements in the nature and being of Iaoritangs Thine are the "poutokomsnewa" of the house of Weeritenge, and not one of them' central pillars can be rem red without threatening the whole str,cture of Meorldost. Regarding the language, its inclusion in the university slender le some advance, and the feet that it is now taught, where possible, in high schools is another matter for gratlflostion, but there is little doubt that the dictum of time AAVans :gate is substantiated, that the preservation of the language rests with She young mothers who either croon to their little ones in the euphonious tonic of the ancestral language oV, es in many oases, the latest akeha jest hit. If the Maori language le to Us preserved it Meant be spoken in neori homes, and however essential it is for yourig Mori people t- have a competent knowledge of English, if their escritange is to be really preserved Sher MO hem ISO 44W The meseeedtetlan en the arts and crafts, and now the recording by the nepartswee of Maori Affairs of the tunes of Ng. Motestea so that this generation may not merely read the immortal words es they were colleted by fir Apirans oget but sing them to the tunes th,A have dome echoing down the corridors of Sloe, these are the operations of pioneer battalion throwing up the fresh ramparts and defeating' of our aoritanga. that has been said will have emphasised suffiolemtle that the preservation of the Maori mere is imperative for the defence of that essentially eememaity life which is the naming of Mearldom. There oa hie con atoms the Maori orator, so often inflicted with interioritles his contact with the nakeha, stands with the proud tradition of a greet pest et hie back, with his own unohallenged right on his own eourtyard, sure of himself, no menial but a primes. That outlet, that opportunity of the realisation of Itself mast be preserved as a corrective against ell the suppressions and impacts of akeha life upon the otherwise minded ,nori. If Meoritangs is to persist it must hare the venue of the mares. Regarding worship, we have stated our conviction that religion is peychologies/nr neoessary to the mead, but bow else can he meet the af?2113r bow else sermount ite seduosments and temptation,nut in living
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967- 5 - with the Living God C".rough Iii non. Jesus Christ. ho people can ;reserve the tninge thnt ere fine end excellent and of giod report without the fellowship of God In Jesus Uhrisi. And if the nobility of Neoritengs is to r,rvive it will survive by a real epproprintion of the Christian faith. Gut alongside the realisation of these peculiarly Maori wages end the determination to retain them. the young Wort of todwrs needs oduostiod nod worthwhile work and decent housing choditions to make him immure in cultural equality with the P kehe. Perhaps the greatest denpe of all to gitengs in this modern age is that our young people accept inferiority and so abandon their pride of rape end their e,procistion of thooplebdid things or their own inherituneo. georitange is like a pa defended by proud warriors and has its aeo,rity as much la the price of its defenders es in tbe strength of its pnlisedee. let the defenders but feel they ere defeated end the feet u; c,nyvarorm will edam be treueice, tic d,ait of their own fortreue. It le here that fir Apirereg great slviae to the young folk of the rime home a, truly - to plant their fest firmly in their Ueoritengs. to reach oat to lay hold of the advantages in the culture of the Mkehe. and to look up in faith in God. the ther of us r- 11,0"
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1043VICTORIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ADVISORY COMMITIEE ON Amu, EDUCATION. Vcia College, Prof. F. F. Miles (Chaoman). Prol I. A. Gordon. Mr. I. F. Mame,. , ons. A.: Messer. John Gibson. P. hlaraskill, Dip. Ed. and MI. Rae, , Dip. Ed. Sarah Anne Rhodes Fellowship: Mrs. A. H. Johnson,. ESo. Women, Org-nionsi Mrs. W Bennett. INntstor: ). O. Shearer, M A. Tutorsorganisera: hfr. A. S. tithy, . B Com , S. R. Morrison, , Mr. W. J. Mounrjoy Iinr.), ISA., Dip. Soo. Sri. . Sarah Anne Rho. Fellowship: Miss A. H. Johnson, BEI Sc., Fallow. Mi. 13. Iiitchon, B Assistant Two, Atha and Crafts Tutor: Miss Clauthne Hawkins Drama 'Tutor: INfise Kate Seocker. Where to Apply , _A. DISCUSSION COURSES-- WELLINGTON--HUTT VALLEY?NELSON?N1A 111 BOROUGH: Telephone 588, Residence 25417. MANAWATU?NIAIN TRUNK AR TO 011AKUNE--WA/RARAPA: Mr. A. S. HELY, 26g 1,mb..tone St., Palmerston North. Te,phano 1151. TARA?WANGANTEM Mr. S. R. MORRISON, 17 Cameron Sims New Plymouth, Telephone 2322. HAWKE'S BAY AND POVERTY BA, Mr W. MOUNTJOY (En, Box 259, Napier. Telephone 4705. For HOME SCEENCE COURSES: See page IL Poe ARTS ANI3 CRAFTS: See page II. For DRAMA: See page H. If in doubt. apply tor SECRETARY. WJEA. TRADES HALL, VIVIAN STREET, WELLINGTON, Telephones: ?foe, 5,18, R.:deuce, 217. What Adult Education Offers You Disoussion Con. (Ss, pages 1 to 10) Tutorial Classes in larger towns. Itor soot., in Hootortafts. Class. in Arts and Crafts. Drama C/asses. orrasonaliy, Winter hoots. Library.?.TIL ditecr poo d us. of the A. Lb., in Wellin,ton, txr 7prdp'Sr"roitg7reon;Jor'pehfraigisi',; 't'.f.::'nert!'alLsCgit;11"1'177t'elt r1-27."S'et:"'"' fc'r b't"'ng .A. Discussion Courses and ohms. a pro tem leader and a stercaty. 1 he secretary w kr, m to, th member. gee,' a roll, and briefs, report the course of earl dorm. to toe qUC1. saggett Foal, and volt your group. The leader ?Linformally g?P doon reasonably to eh. point. Be 'ore you get a good Discussion Courses Available ECONOMICS I. NEW ZEALAND'S ECONOMY AND WORLD ORDER. (8 Lectures.) Examines dm pret,eau that fare us in bri,pas our economy adjustment trends, concluding with an estimate of ono future ',coition in the scold order. (Written by a panel of 0,1/.,
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1075::n analysed. There is a of 11 omY ore arrierd a. T"12""nrb'ec717/t; nd ' non of Ranking. (Dro4nor 17.:sha 5/ 2. ECONOMIC PROBLEMS IN A CHANGING WORLD. (12 Lectures.) Commences with the fun, t71, onhodox 3. MONEY, MEANS AND MEN. (12 Lutures.) Drah wath the fascinating proSlians corm?, with mon valise and purpose of eronormr organimrion, Money and econo a: Mori, goods and pci creation of credit: . 7ahnd; The Debt Swear World Affairs 3. WORLD AFFAIRS: A PERIODICAL DISCUSSION COURSE. (6 Fortnightly Lectures, with probable extension to 12.) wand n Iffier 4. WHERE ARE WE GOIN ??Problems of an cunt., in trarmition. (10 Lectures.) 0,i ?, (. 5. CONSUMER ECONOMICS. (6 Lectures.) .41 of helping consumers with their buying probhn, /Miss H. Meson, iSc 3/. per musk.. in South hast Aria , the pan played by ,ucation, health services, and serial IV naiicro7=1."?'r" tyrt= mhs 1 rs Arty inter., 3/. pee member. 9. DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED STATES. (10 Lectures.) Pacific. What kind of democrem do the Ameumns Ire at the present tin, :et ; 'Ordo?IITZrVls'ahre'eUditltal.; herWh"rh'rl'ArrwrZtPIT many quenionr Mat are being aired and Mir course guide you in an an to aiuwer them (Proles, tee, Lapson ) 10. THE CASE roR COLOURED FREEDOM. (6 Lectures.) The cory of Western lamelum and how the coloured man hos char. Social and Political Problems 12, UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY. (12 Lectures.) rst. ift,12:');:rat7ncinirfri,Tele7nndti nandincg present-oar socrim; problems and projimaE tor ma,. imommement.
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1107t;1 ,;,1417.,:r4L:.c II. YOU AND GOVERNMENT. (6 Lectures.) and the electone e. proV ems of pour sor7El.. eomPe,ce1 .?.hr of "zr,rf II. DESIGN AND LIVING. (6 Lectures.) This coune .Sleek by courtesy of the Army Educesias Welfere,Seewic, ten7n7isd':en't arh, von eM Rome Prise 1rt es7or;61iseT4l:rin;':7?nEtos. drew an enro,nent of ZEI 3/. pee member 15. TILE FAMILY CYCLE. (12 Lectures.) of sop. ronnenned with the fan ly eLa.?1d=ttodt e;hz,. the vder remmenny noel :h human ,mviiutionr of soci4 end econonnic"oon, 16. BIOLOGY. (6 Lectures.) This tour. deals wish sbe Scimee of Life. Th. Iwo. and fore uand;u5 bi.,SW2Ihas realed a newoeDVr fle to cEseuseed ere, (11 The Heei: (21 The Knowledge of liere/yr applied to Anonal and Man lands a tynd Hormone.: Tt. Evolution of Man end Animal:/51 Man Raletioe, (6 (Alit,. of Manson Rents (E. K. W. Was', BSc.) V. In, ember. IS. DEMOCRATS AND BUREAUCRATS. (6 Lectures.) ?c,"; 7,L,Trfr. Ions) Ana Barnharn (The Mane 19. MODERN MAORI SOCIETY. (6 Lectures.) 20. OUR NATIONAL BACKGROUND. (10 Lectures.) Out ID o. w ) 21. THE FILM. (9 Lectures.) Literature and Art 22. TIIE DANGER OF WORDS. (II IggEsTgaI I ANGUAGE end SOCIETY. Th They MROornes They h.:wird 23. PHYSICAL SCIENCE AS IT AFFECTS OUR (.IVES. 17 Lectures.) Then is to orptsin MtAIl of physical science: Nev
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113928. DRAMA ? DISCUSSION AND PLAY READING. (6 Lectures.) 26. BOOKS AND STORIES FOR CHILDREN ? A Coupe for Parents on Children, Reading. (10 Lectures.) and sowot hood to ode, character build of letting orth. Lists of books ate A boat boo' they should eh r 7". 'llet nh of course baby. h Ilse, inR hSdnet: to e used Psychology 30. PSYCHOLOGY?The S,stetatic Study a man. Nature. (12 Lectures.) h oy :,','tz,.. vz17,t1:?:-,77:,;:d`Zzt2'=?7",n'. men1 something of themselves and of their 1,11..1:( do 31. THE HEALTH OF THE MINI). (10 Lectures.) childhood,L n anEnnwr of menu ties and of various types of mental tllness are char ens (Professor I. L G. Sarherlandd Per me 32. UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN. (IS Lectures.) been ritten to help those handling preschool children in !heir W,I difficul6tios, n7obil7, :hiCh psychology deates; the cOune oundmions of human lving. Intelligence the part it piasend the problem,
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1171funaanunm: needs of seconty and kncdge Ourmions from merhen are included wuri choir an. 1RepImam former co. .Child Prycho ES'. 0 Don. 5/. per member. Oa and 336 are in boo, form and am recommended for supp1e. 33. ADVANCES IN UNDERSTANDING THE CHILD. un17rer'rs'stern'torby';=.tcaCtr's's, ttt:);.ndS1Ssbt'S 37. FAMOUS NEW ZEALANDERS. .?For all the foregoing A. Courses (Nos. 1 to 37) apply as directed on page 2. Arts, Crafts and Drama 33a. ADVANCES IN UNDERSTANDING THE ADOLESCENT. 4 c.-11 Arts and Crafts f 33b. YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN. of the child: Training for parembood: /rabic.: a mhmanon: Ow: talat)ons 4,1) Sydney Onivemity.) 3/6 per mcnixr. Of Special Interest to Women 34. THE PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE OF WOMEN. (6 Lectures ) Single Lectures . o a tafa by a speaker. Ehey cake from monrY 07 103 35. WOMEN IN THE COMMUNITY. w liesta.,FerdiTne theopleidThe Faring Birratei Equal Pay for Equal prot;Z:hunior IThis aeries could also be ta. as ditaussion coarse 36. FAMOUS WOMEN. her /'3..?;.RCa':Itint Tetr's'Z'"j14z. Qu"n " '"4 IS'XneRtre'Zie 10 Maeine Chiang Kahrk Match 7'.U17,111,7."Y', Wellington. October -NovnberY. to M. Cdine ins, Box 5075. Drama Home Science SARAH ANNE RHODES FIcLLOV.
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1203Women's Division of the Farmers' Union, Townswomen's Guilds, etc., offers a varied service of public lectures and demonstrations, dress-snaking, home-making, nutrition and handcraft classes for women. The usual procedure is for the Federation or Provincial secretary to ask for their district to be included in the-programme for the year, first snaking reasonably sure of a response sufficient to justify allocation of time. Programmes are usually organised in conjunction with the Country Women's Co-ordinating Committee and in co-operation with local organisations. In addition, the services described in the Correspondence Section following are available to all women. CORRESPONDENCE WORK. From the Sarah Anne Rhodes Office, Massey College, Palmerston North, the following Correspondence Courses are sent out. A. Box Lecture Scheme. Each box contains a type-written lecture illustrated by. samples, pamphlets, charts, and books. The box is sent to a group, usually by rail, about a week before the meeting and must be returned as soon as possible after the meeting. The leader of the group is responsible for receiving the box, conducting the. meeting, checking the contents of the box and returning it to Massey College. Groups select from the list the boxes required for their year's programme. usually one a month, though some groups prefer two, and any desired number may be taken. Alternatively a group may use only an occasional box. Fe ,s for Boxes: Members pay 1/- each per year, that is if a group has 10 members the fees amount to 10/- per year. The group also pays return railage. For a sample or occasional box the charge is 1/6. (Railage is at quarter rates?about 6d. a box?if A. Library Exchange is mentioned.) Groups may secure particulars of the Box Scheme by writing direct to the Sarah Anne Rhodes Office for information and list of boxes available. The boxes available cover Homemaking, Crafts, Dressmaking and Miscellaneous subjects. B. Ten Minute Short Talks. We can send one or a series of short talks on subjects such as the following: War-time Food and Balanced Meals. The Minerals and Their Place in Nutrition. Vitamins and the Result of Vitamin Underfeeding. The Prevention of Goitre. Iron and Anaemia. Milk in Adult Nutrition. The Bread Question. Cookery Methods. Large-quantity Cooking (recipes included). Drying Fruits and Vegetable for War-time Use. Keeping Household Accounts. (Talks together with illustrative material must be returned.) The fee for each talk is 8d. f stamps can be sent). For groups belonging to a box group no charge is made for the talk when it is sent in place of a box. C. Correspondence Course in Pattern-cutting. This consists of eight lessons. Fee 5/- per member. Pattern-cutting schedules available at 1/6 per copy. Printed by Talon Printing Company, Wellington
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1248Taitua Taumarunui. ----_--- 11th. May, 1950. Competitiona aeoretary, . Women Writers t Artists Scty., 27 Jessie Ett., F T 0 3 5. Dear Mrs Mantell, I have made a brave attempt to judge fairly ell the entries received for your Cottrell Trophy Competition. I have entered my plaoings on the farm sent by y,u, and all entries, together with my comnenta in each oase, are forwarded herewith. This is tLe first time I have done this kind filf work and I an asaure you I found it not only interesting but most enjoyable. Yours faithfully, V
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1281 <Metadata mode="accumulate" name="pj.Description">Details around judging requests for NZ Women's Writers and Artists Society Cottrell Trophy Competition for poem using a Māori motif </Metadata>
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1292 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1293(new ealand Women Writers' 89 efociely s., 2? Jessie St., PETONE, 2nd April, 1950 Mr. Pei Te Hurinui, P. O. Box 7A, zgyaTcAlqui Dear Mr. Te Hurinui, Further to your letter of ad March kindly consenting to judge our COTTRELL Trophy Competition, Poem with a Maori motif, I enclose with this the entries received; also stamped self addressed envelope for return of same. Sore of these look all right to non?Maori eyes, but whether they will stand up to your scrutiny remains to be seen, and I look forward to receivirg your placinge in the near future. Please remember the little individual comments, won't you. These have proved very helpful to our eorpetitore in the past. Trusting you will find your task intensting at least, I am, You re COITETITIONSAICRETARY
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1326 <Metadata mode="accumulate" name="pj.Description">Pei sends thorough critique on every entry for the competition including helpful references and editing suggestions</Metadata>
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1337 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1338"OM pith a Maori Motif plsoings. 1st. Storm Ghosts by Rongo 2nd. A Maori Legend by Kura, 3ra. The Legend of Mgahruhos by Penny Wise. Highly Commended: The zurli of Twinut7 -JUdge's Memarket Most of the entries diAelose the,vert of the competitors to give a Maori atmosphere to their compositions. Intrefew.,cases, however, the writers have not taken enough pains `to mater the historical baokground of the eubt matter. of their writing. Proper are should also be taken to make pertain that the net of Maori words is done correctly having In mind their meanleiwand the oontaxt in whioh they are usmi..magine that one-most-live with the theme of one's writing 1 order. to paint a wordIdetnre that would capture the imagination.-- A first. consideration should be to natedabre that the spelling 'is right,' The frequent lapses bietaUnd..writere in' this respect is too often a lamentable faaturc,cf-our literature. Mistakes in spelling is generally an indicatiotha. pronoun-elation is also being mutilated - a great pity,.40orl la a melo- dious and expressive language and deserves betiaAiiirAment by all New Zealanders. In this regard I would reoommanP,all literary aspirants the reading of Sir Peter BuckA"The. Coming of ' the Maori" (The Polynesian Society 1949) and the Onaptertherel- 4, entitled Maori Speech.
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1369 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1370112lstS4 Thitrigme end the them of it -.1141111r1Pilot storyof' WO and, Asa - , a fine Woos of -work. fb4411414,,04., avo. -- : aliAlfact mayor edo1etioo1o."eieloiesol..O 104141welism saortsras 4101411".111,011VINNItainiti, a llitnr Ma" melt leifVe le the agar Ilea a, Irboo10pmwatrol. wt with. Tertesaki (Ow st, isvawet). tottswrirtisq",.if".. r 41i4 '111OdOOO of th,lpoela Owilt-clad Pilasaga: 0 ?Ars! SOPA -P19P.# , ' - ; : -
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1401 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1402The Or Ibinui. . , , , '11gra erections are neoeasary end thoMmg e meted _ at he. ofVeligowha I 101 contributi the ugg4i6g. the Kurt (rod 'pinime)t the 1binuili;41iiioriebtly given, but the po sot might hays 6ontinued on to. liiii1opo' envie: ?tor the lose of Itiodupwimi tursha gtiosr?k 4t 11,0,44, to Ole cover 165471t bed been foub6Dy 00ib: ;blizhint60,6tuamd to glygikep. Prom Vale miroulasteb. 66 bail perpetast4 the-Maori diyitiOrtiaterming tale disooyerY 1ost4SiliCtoontl by anothee,441aneweile e toe to (tom.amy indeed vi?""/4"ged red P1414 6060t0),:14ks; WO; bin0ez lent of 'tinder itibliieZ
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1434"Proxy" has exoeeded poetic license in the account of Te Rauparaha'is migration withlis people to the "'shores of Otaki, snugly resting on tkie sea coast in the lee of Kapiti," from their ancestral. home inllawhia. not. Otaki and the seaboard to the lie of Kapiti was the ?igito4pAwons laughter, pious young torP and ears". old No took r_ up was the At "wi cry" tuch before they Shouting left snob a. The Journey from Kawhia wee reall flight. This is a ,. ;i'lcong story and is told in full in ay book "Potatau ? The lirat PROCX4745q King" which is being publiehid by The Polynesian Society. (It is sow in the Printers' hands).:7":77!!!!! There ars other mistakes and unwarranted distortigui history in this poem and I would suggest the author should dd' .vasearoa work and then revise Shia, work. , r
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1465 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1466The loaaead of gasprahoe Mlle is a good pies, of work, but there arniwo small oorrestione insane. nula the first line shoulgAnnel SA and the spelling 'et Tinipiiire in the fifth line needs to be put right. The letter mistake is probably n A/die-the way, the freeeponniespellinwof that pgmk1in- . excusable-, Inilldwillgilenderhe bilOgrUterary aspira400 Venn), . M hen deem eameadable aeliereaes to the gaorialeggif ggetoroirsail, and hie (meant of the Tongeriro gountnina. In this rasp of ~3RtiIiegero-of ggsurahoe37140iiiiViarireappagaraiog.: pines this entry in thirA-plgee:'s
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1497 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
149804 the. White Men Gape. I rather like the theme or this work, but oonsiderAbetiLt oould - be re-arrangid ie advantage. 21, last VT versos 00100 rather ea too moot, in the nature of an patiolimax (onion, of Ooorne, mar have been ihtengesiJamthe.-enthor). In agt opinion the poesOladAllpelinerovedigt,.,plaeing verse four at.:the'.top.
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1529 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1530je Rarae's Rainbow. I am afraid that the stacoatc method used in this case reads too much like newspaper headlines for my liking. The disjointed lines (I suppose intended to assure the slow beat of the funeral march) was overdone. I knew To Arse and can claim a relationship on several genealogical lines. She was indeed an aristocrat in the finest einimk.,., of the term and I man quite understand "Pakeha" being moved to compose a poetical tribute to her memory. The author could do better than this.
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1561 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1562r (white Heron) ii a bird 41 seen. aerieij'iftOrtiiii proverbia Wag kotOhu, rerenga?.gfhhi, tou ;. Irear)i, tn Hs tiotS tri14.ithfhtiOriof i!. who Goose rarely., .r 10 eli Oolate the white heronwiththintiriti4 lonely flight: eunrwiteal 0214ing forth into thiigght.:.: tiirwinga . Oh: spirit Wor10.). would beieritio wrong to theeAsonAlaind, If emit "Ankeheeeothilloth.ot ideas safe, ad it 111101114.#441, our Maori` oratciri-eitsto.C4he Imsateiioogimenti'theY o4,0gg to dieting- ii44Y104-4,404( uioolatia eitliiee44404inily avoided when en1,3giaing the itding and aithievolmii0004 vlsiting notstiiltLlasa1eM0. SL would hi-N44014a 441g4t"g--- ,1 faux 'pea waontkilAted.,. eve ,,E01Militlit-ehtliVi
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1594OTORM 650835. This le on. appropriate title for a poem on the island of Mines; and that tsmgegtuous eharaoter, Te Rangihaeata the warlike nephew of the famous Raupareha. For its ales Mansilaland has a fame in Maori history second to none. In its eventful hiatory it has been the soene of many romantic and warlike episodes. It bred and,ourtared men of independent oharacter, andlheaauss of this it gave rise to the oft - quoted proverbial saying.-. 711i,ke Eapiti ke Mena". (Eapiti rises yonder and quite apart, lies. Mena). This Was laid when men. and tnibea found themselves at variance on matters ,ok great moment. The 11ft-story of Tecialgibslata'liairdaf4high adventure and, generally, he belonged terthot breed of eau whave a romantic) appeal to poetical young women of lousy lends. 11;he high-born women of the tribes, and of the tiess In lea be liteere Often moved to ooepoie gangs of precise as 6 tribute to Ais-dering. These ouourings of emotion couched in Abe oloqueet andealodious language Of the Maori, are enshrined to whet is now roca-teed as among the aussfiel songs and poetry of the roes., ;' 811ormAkteats., written -law, Orr nima ar..tollows in the -wake Of-the poems-At 'the Maori on 441-Mangibiseeia the Mawr. It is an excellent pleas ofwork. For this work "Rengo Pai" has earned my highest' commendation, and without, equiv000tio. award first place for tWeitottrall Trophy to "atone Shosts.4 T41 44,-.-
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1626r. . 4, very goad pleas of work. It ha40 4r. theme: whiniutne,me-soma doubt :011;to whether it cOneaninithis a Poem with a sari motif. I an hesitant in scoepting-thaloisa that the intraspentlas atmosphere whioh'perwadaa this woak..aoald be accepts4 sa,inntingok distinct. element or any outstanding nSurs of 'the, ilaori In. it. Parts. of the,sigkilocinp,4o nonfoina Maori motif,bst- tite poem an a whole clovers too w1414tur to oome Within fseepase of a.:rown thin aditrt a tlap a, the P 34 8 Ang this missp011ing of -Saari again Comm ner.40'.7 Ran' 81' friar alums tor,' nano) snon24 11?1 utangl. .(In Maori the ormuw?oos00ar ziagleFs weds NailJig /a pronounced as tbs. I VaI7r . ; ;2,
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1658. ilialgugoiLisaujeLtiviumgksoNEUIMIR. BY 'Rani"' Itiiiirtype of composition, asong the Maori, when accompanied ley puiverti?ingers Lid wovemSate mapressiva 114: dee Was 1." "weed tangA an3SZUr!-/sJ4.4 a ic k. Apekura was , an tie warrior' to eftAdie murder of he iseestress Skirl; bi"ksi ' Pitigilind death tong or Is . I :ould, thei4fOret,s-ithe wasil Aug substituted fo ' T ia aingibangsliV if hi term applied to lie whole pii' bit end the 10P44rValt 4"4 Pee?12makinir?.1r: ?b?- ,.ii141. te A revilitirrats luitAd4sbar,:d., r,L4 Is to be mooned thatrAits4s3A-4-sob-talla..iS the 6th. ;! line free'-the end LLAIL41,.wAimmo4 WeBlis-saimist4A4 1?0,000Stet on his flesaA?.04-40011PM shout to rsid-thidliai-iiands.:54400,dead husband. othei'miss _if _the han is that of her himdif#411,, the rauru, or seisms of Share sts. must mean that thpS110/10. An the case oust havir"ereasefumled fat wee She cause -of her imisiissd seeking death is battle; ant It this is. the-eeming meanded them. the us of -.- the term 419ft4lain by the woman could ilea justifieoVes acit admission that' Age was en expeotant mother of the child: gome-ohe other than her husband; and for her moral lapse her husband's. /alas (sub-tribe) 4 were about p mna (plunder eta.), her of her wor dloods. Gibe only in such cases was the custom of gar3 enforced by one's own halm, OI p the husband. the 'comments node in Vile ease might very taken maws warning to all authors?to take every care in the use GA. /sort words and expressions. Ab tri_SPAsaattit 4,14110Pos 4t Died)eightNftsubereithted.' Fits of the word at Should be lasiesSed cord tanaltiensv Yi above for meshIngda ig last mi taks is pitia-tly a olsrinal error., bat ths4werd stra,shamIta.-spelt smi (to plttlaar, or to seise the ase4 elp SOMS./Croog. - A for some-goi6 "iilt punishment). tMr ttr'irr0411 et504s. 4" 4ine4iwaiiaa (s perma0401tidle ,amd. aloe Sid Veen the il,set female is: whoM ktuk ftd1411aim-te tate bi ? reoLtati.) la hot thISImielary being fois-.-.404 at -4- , MO Non
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169002 Poa" glvait, briar - Isaiah toy brief iiitiount of the Ilataatvre Winos The author Eight have-40afgedjilk fait: adventurous voyage of the,#rew 'of tile famous mules to eabell,l Bilas stow of PIO: Piano. VI
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172261,11,1 3rd. The Maori astir in this al0 Is other ophe would suppose that sarong aany other races NO ate those. with tzti thiibteste lore of the asOniggestion t!, , Ipat ikkosdalwivers ;seeded no to the ReSreafter.-111,World .H.-,r.,.k4Ierearthur),Iusow,"awthing of what bas transpived sineoir depar,- " tlde110114,-.ot Life. at' tae 4. oar ij1,; :-Aausases 4e WA hilkiellploat and t"' that liriiiiorniolitTiAwiltsellintimi tat o 1es by the' sew arrival. ' 1,.e' ' ,.. , feet of olaerwid who 'walked with base, woo lqw. him .. , .. ? ., , : agstin!. ,4416, 00,ti,.,...,:.:- w.w.,f,,;.- -' i. ...,, ,. -. `,.' .zattr4;7,.!
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1754Of the seen et anger/Po ky the Arita tisk 7riist litthaies, I think, 'been" Peefliteilifhy "kiln' it of his tourney to the mountain. last infaidianiiiimat frIteo no fstrtts. ni.mam." to be. too igirepe to 141001.; 4444414:?., t444diiT.. , 4'
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1798 <Content>&lt;pre&gt;
1799AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLIEGE DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY ANNUAL REPORT, 1953 (1) Staff; Professor: Dr. Ralph Piddington Lecturer in Social Anthropology: Dr. Geddes Lecturer (Part-time) in Primitive Economics and Technology: Mr. Scobie, Lecturer (Part-tine in Physical Anthropology: Dr. S. Taylor. Junior Lecturer in Maori Language: Mr. Biggs, (2) Appointments and Awards: Dr. Geddes has been promoted to the status of Senior Lecturer as from 1st February 1954. Mr. Jack Golsen, of Cambridge, England, has been appointed Lecturer in Prehistory. He expects to take up his duties in February. Mr. Nayacakalou has been awarded a Pre-doctoral Fellowship by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Now York. Miss Metge has been awarded a Science Research Fellowship of the University of New Zealand. The undergraduate College Prize in Anthropology for 1952 was awarded to Miss Phyllis Scott. (3) Staff and Graduate Research: (a) During the year Dr. Geddes has been engaged on subsidiary studies arising out of his field-work in Sarawak; on the revision of unpublished work on culture change in Fiji; and in the collection of material on Maori social structure. In February he made a survey tour of Maori communities in Taranaki. He plans a trip to Fiji and the New Zealand dependencies early in 1954. (b) Mr. Biggs, having used cyclostyled copies of the text of his Maori Reader with a class of students this year, is completing preparations for its publication in 1954. The collection of tape recordings has been enlarged by recordings from Tuhoe, Arawa, and Wanganui dialect areas. Recordings from other Pacific areas, including Tikopia, Tonga and Fiji, have also been made. Miss Metge is continuing her research on the Urban Maori living in Auckland. In addition to compiling and analysing statistics and carrying out a survey of the main centres of Maori population in Auckland, she has concentrated for purposes of intensive field work on two areas. Her object has been to collect information concerning (1) the reasons for, and methods of, the migration of Maoris to the city; (2) the size of families, the number and occupation of wage-earners, and the living conditions of Maori families; (3) the type and frequency of contact with Maori relatives in the country, with other Maoris in the city and with the urban pakeha population. Miss Helene Newbrand has completed her preliminary study of the Maori language, and now holds a temporary teaching appointment in the Department of Speech, University of Hawaii. She intends to return to New Zealand about the middle of 1954. The cork done by Miss Newbrand during her tenure of a Fulbright award is sunmerised as follows: 1. Preliminary phonemic analysis of Maori based on notarial gathered during six months of field work among Maori oommunities in the Auckland Province. Data include son. notes on dialect differences. (c) (a)
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18312. 2. Collection of tape recordings of Maori chants and legends from the Aupouri, Arawa and Tuhoe tribes. Also recorded samples of contemporary singing and extensive conversational material. 3. Compiling a personal journal of observations and experiences while living among the Maori people. Mr. William Cottrell concluded his survey of a Maori community in the vicinity of Auckland and returned to the A. in November. Mr. Arlo Giles of the University of Oregon arrived in Auckland in July for a period of study under a Fulbright award. He is accompanied by Mrs. Giles. They are at the moment studying a Maori community in the Bey of Plenty area. Yr. Edward I. Fry (University of Harvard) and Mrs. Peggy C. Fry (University of Texas) are also holders of Fulbright awards. They spent a short period of study in New Zealand before leaving to carry out research in Anthropology and Nutrition in the Cook Islands. (h) Mr. Nayacakalou is at the moment studying at Auckland University College in preparation for his research on the impact of economic change on Fijian culture under the terms of his award from the WennerGren Foundation. He will commence his field work in Fiji early in 1954. (4. ) Maori Research Conference A conference of anthropological research corkers on Maori problems was held in the Department of Anthropology from 11th to 15th May 1953. The reasons for holding the conference were as follows: During the past tae years a considerable amount of attention has been devoted by staff and associates of this Department and by others to Maori problems. Much of the work done has been of an uncoordinated kind or has consisted of superficial surveys and discussions with various persons who are well informed on Maori topias. It was felt that the time had come for a systematic review of research work already done and the consideration of possible research projects for the future. Problems of methodology and organization also demanded attention. It was thought that the sort of review which was necessary could best be carried out by a small group, the members of which were actively engaged on scientific research on Maori problems in anthropology or closely related social sciences. The membership of the conference was as follows: Staff of the Department: Professor Piddington, (Chairman), Dr. Geddes, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Scobie. Associates of the Department: Kiss Metge, Miss Helene Neabrand and Mr. W. Cottrell. Other Research Workers: Mr. Booth, Research Officer, Department of Maori Affairs; Mr. K. Sinclair, Senior Lecturer in History, Auckland University College; Mr. Walters, Lecturer in Philosophy, Auckland University College; Mr. Watson, Lecturer in Education, Auckland University College. Note: Mr. Haight, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics, Auckland University College, though he did not attend the conference, kindly consented to act as consultant on statistical questions. The conference consisted of a series of discussions each of which was initiated by one or too members, as follows: 1. Introductory Discussion (Professor Piddington) 2. Maori Historiography (Mr. Sinclair) 3. Introduction to Maori Demography (Miss Metge and Mr. Watson) 4. Review Discussion: Beaglehole and Peaglehole, Some Modern Maoris (Miss Metge) 5. Segmentation in a Maori Community (Mr. Booth) 6. A Contemporary Bast Coast Farming Community (Mr. Higgs) (e) (f) (g)
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18633. (5) Preliminary Observations on a Market Gardening Community (Mr Cottrell) Research among the Maoris living under Urban Conditions in the City of Auckland (Miss Metge) Present-day Implications of Maori Technology (Mr. Scobie) Areas for Research in Maori Education (Mr. Watson) Maori Education - An Historical Outline (Mr. Biggs) Some Psychological Problems in Maori Studies (Mr. Walters) Some Possibilities of Interdisciplinary Research (Mr. Cottrell) The Bearing of Maori Research on Contemporary Social Problems (Dr. Geddes) Note: Roneo summaries of some of the discussions are or will shortly be available from the Department (see Section 10 below). Teaching: There has been no significant change from last year in regard to numbers and quality of students, except for the inauguration of the Stage III course, which was taken by ten students. The course for and Honours in Anthropology will be given for the first time in 1954. A second year course in Maori Studies has been instituted and will be given for the first time in 1954. The course covers (a) Maori Language and Culture: Comparison with other Polynesian areas, (b) More advanced study of Maori language, literature and traditional lore and (c) Further study of Maori history, poetry, art and technology. (6) Standard of students: As this subject is a perennial topic of discussion, it may be appropriate to offer some comparison between teaching experience here and in Scotland. In attempting to give my impressions of the broad differences between students at Auckland and in Edinburgh, I am not concerned with the very best or the very worst who behave after the manner of their kind everywhere. I am concerned with the "average" students, though I am aware of the pitfalls involved in thus hypostatizing a "modal academic personality". As regards academic proficiency, Edinburgh students are definitely superior though not overwhelmingly so. They have a greater capacity for organizing their knowledge arts expressing it clearly and systematically in essays and examination scripts. This is in part due to a better mastery of English, but perhaps even more to their concentration on passing examinations. Tell them that they must read up to page 276 of a certain book for an examination and they will do so thoroughly and systematically. But the mediocre Edinburgh student who will so much U3 g/ance at page 277 is a rarity. On the other hand the reading of Auckland students tends to be wider, if more diffuse and unsystematic. They are more ready to depart from the path prescribed for them, to essay original criticisms, and to introduce material not obviously relevant to the course as laid down in lectures and text books. Such digressions meet with varying degrees of success, but they do at least show that the students are thinking for themselves and not subscribing to an academic authoritarianism. Auckland students have also a wider if vaguer conception of their academic studies in Anthropology. They tend to view them as one of the ways in which wider human problems may be approached. I have always made it a point, so far as present teaching conditions permit, to encourage students to come voluntarily to informal tutorials and discussions with my colleagues and myself. The object of these meetings is emphatically not to give students more of what they get from lee lures and text books ? they are rather the starting points for discussions on wider social issues from the specifically anthropological point of view or for a simple treatment of more advanced material not to be covered in the forthcoming examinations. In fact the students themselves largely guide the discussions, provided that they are not obviously fishing for examination "tips". In regard to these tutorial meetings I find students in Auckland considerably more responsive than those in Edinburgh, where I occasionally had to remind tutorial groups that me were in a University and not a Trappist cone,.
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1895There are various factors which may be operative here. Firstly, the egalitarian tradition of New Zealand makes students more ready to voice their opinions in the face of possible professorial disapproval. Secondly, the frequent contacts :of "European" students with Polynesian and Melanesian students and fellow-citizens makes the teaching of Anthropology much easier in Auckland, because students ;come to their studies with a spontaneous interest, based on personal experience, in non-European peoples. Thirdly, the large proportion of part-time students at Auckland means that there is a greater leavening of minds with experience outside school and University, even though the difficulties under which they labour affects adversely their purely academic work. But I believe that the main factor determining the differences scribed is the lack, in New Zealand, of emphasis on mere academic proficiency. While this has its unfortunate side, it does allow for spontaneous development of wider interests. Certainly there is, in my view, no foundation whatever for the oft-repeated charge of "immaturity" against students at Auckland University College. What has been said does not, of course, imply that we should not aim at improving the standards of purely academic cork in New Zealand. The aim should be to have the best of both worlds. As regards the present position, the balancing of the respective merits and demerits of Scottish as against New Zealand students is largely a matter of personal evaluation. To one who prefers to teach students rather than people who only want to pass examinations, the balance is slightly but definitely in favour of New Zealanders. (7) :Some Lighter Moments: From examination scripts: "Sex totemism is found in parts of Eastern Australia. The men have the bat as their totem and the women have the wood. pecker. Each sex respects not only its own totem, but also that of the other. A quarrel breaks out if a man kills a woodpecker or vice versa." "In evolution, the ability to talk must have been a great advantage to a Homo sapien." "Tane, god of forests, used his supernatural power to produce all the verbiage which now covers New Zealand." (8) Applied Anthropology: Negotiations with Government Departments on the scheme for training and research in applied anthropology have for the moment broken down. The difficulty has been the financial provision necessary to allow for additional 'staff and facilities. The Departments concerned were interested in a much mere modest scheme than that proposed, involving very little in the way of additions to the existing staff and facilities of the Department of Anthropology. The view of this Department is that the sort of intensive and "tailor made" courses, with a specific orientation toward strictly practical problems, could not satisfactorily be given as a by-product of routine academic teaching in which practical issues are merely one facet (though an important one) of anthropology as a general cultural discipline. It is hoped that negotiations may be resumed at some date in the future. (9) Auckland University College Maori Club, Students at Auckland University College have recently formed a Maori Club. The term "Maori" is used in its more general sense as applying to all indigenous inhabitants of the Pacific, though the main focus of interest will for obvious reasons be on the New Zealand Maori. Membership of the club is :open to all members of the College who are interested in the indigenous cultures of the Pacific, and includes several Pakehas and Melanesians. The activities of the club so far have included a welcome with action songs and hakes to visitors from the southern colleges attending the annual athletic tournament, and the entertainment of members of the crew of the mission ship "Southern Cross". The latter was a multi-lingual event and included speeches and songs in Maori, Tikopian, Tongan, and Fijian.
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1927ti 5. (10) Reprints and Roneo Material: The following reprints and reneo material are or will shortly be available on request from the Department. (Note: The letters ".C." indicate that the entry refers to a summary of one of the discussions at the Maori Research Conference). Biggs, "The Translation and Publishing of Maori Material in If the Auckland Public Library". Reprint from the Journal of the Polynesian Society, Vol. 61, Nos. 3 and a, December, 1952, pp. 177-191. "Maori Education: An Historical Outline" (.C.) Geddes, "The Bearing of Maori Research on Contemporary Social Problems" (.C.) Marshall, "Suggested Research Problems in Polynesia, Particularly New Zealand Island Territories" Metge, "Review Discussion of Beaglehole and Beaglehole, Some Modern Maoris" (.C.) "The Urban Maori"; An address delivered to the Anthropology and Maori Race Section of the Auckland Institute and Museum" Piddington, R. "An Anthropologist's Viewpoint", being Chapter 11 of The Year Book of Education, 1951. "Synchronic and Diachronic Dimensions in the Study of Polynesian Cultures", Journal of the Polynesian Society, Vol. 60, Nos. 2/3, pp. 105-121, June and September, 1951. "Maori Child Welfare - The Cultural Background" (Repro duced from the New Zealand Child Welfare Workerk Bulletin, November 1952.) "Maori and Fhkeha - The Future". (Article contributed to The Student, magazine of the Student Christian Movement) "The Social Implications of Maori Population Trends" (Summary of an address delivered to the Auckland Branch 11 of the New Zealand Geographical Society) Scobie, "Present-day Implications of Maori Technology" (.C.) Sinclair, K. "Maori Historiography" (.C.) (11) Visiting Lecturers and Extra-mural Activities: (a) Professor Ruth Underhill paid a short visit to Auckland and gave lectures and seminars on the Papago, on Amerindian race relations and on American Social Anthropology. (b) Papers read at the Anthropology Seminar included the following: Mr. C. McLaren: "The Impact of Eoonomic and Political Change on the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast." Mr. Bolt: "Political Change in the Southern Gold Coast" Mr. Roberts: "Administration in the Ellice Islands" Mr. J. Spillius: "Famine in Tikopia" Professor Hawthorn: "Cultural and Linguistic Contrasts between Maori and Kwakiutl"
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19596. (c) Lectures delivered by visiting lecturers to the Anthropology and Maori Race Section of the Auckland Institute and Museum included the following: Miss Helene Newbrand: The Ancient Hula in Hawaii (Lecture demonstration) Mr. Pei Te Hurunui Jones; "The Maori as a Poet". Mr. Cottrell: "The Negro Child - Social Status and Learning". (d) Professor Piddington addressed the February meeting of the Executive of the Maori Section of the National Council of Churches at Tikitiki. (e) Dr. Geddes has been appointed a member of the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. (12) Personaotes and Acknowledgements: Colleagues in the Department extend their warmest congratulations to Mr. Scobie on his marriage to Miss Yvonne Trehearn, and to Hiss Newbrand on her engagement to Mr. Jack Woolston, of Auckland. We also congratulate Mr. McEwen on his appointment as Resident Commissioner, Niue Island, and Mr. Watson, on his appointment as Research Officer, New Zealand Council for Educational Research. To those whose co-operation has been acknowledged in previous reports one renewed thanks are due, particularly to Mr. W. Parsonage, Mr. Norman Perry and Mr. Matiu Te Hau. For help in recording Maori speech of Tuhoe district thanks are due to Rev. Wharetini Rangi, Takurua Tamarau, and Tui Tawera of Ruatoki; also to the children of Tawera School, Rnatoki; to Mr. and Mrs. Ngaronga of Tawata for Upper Wanganui dialect; to Mr. Pei Jones for permission to copy recordings of Maori waiata; to Mr. Ruhi of Tarewa, Rotorua, for songs of the Arawa district; and to Hunuhunu Hakapa Pehi To, and Davis for assistance in compiling genealogies. Members and associates of the Department wish to express their thanks to Mr. Booth, Mr. Sinclair, Mr. Walters, Mr. Watson and Mr. Haight for their valuable co-operation in the Maori Research Conference and also to Miss ulham for her efficient handling of the heavy secretarial work involved. Ralph Piddington December, 1953-
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