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TRIBAL BOUNDARIES OF THE MAORI]

[Illustration: (map of) NEW ZEALAND]

INDEX

Aborigines' Protection Society, 291.
Absentee Tax, 374.
Adoption of children, 381.
Advances to Settlers Act, 376.
Agriculture of the Maori, 42.
Akaroa and the French, 192.
_Alligator_ brig at Taranaki, 160.
Alps of New Zealand, 29.
Annexation, 170, 179, 180.
Annexation proposals, 157, 163-165.
Arawa and Tainui, 37.
Arbitration, Court of, 387, 389.
Architecture of the Maori, 44.
Artistic development, 405, 409.
Athletic development, 402, 408.
Atkinson, Sir Harry, 272, 274, 286, 329, 342-344, 346, 351.
Auckland chosen as capital, 193.

Ballance, John, 341, 345, 361, 369-371, 377, 378.
Barrett the Whaler, 126, 142.
Bird-snaring, 43.
Borrowing, Prevalence of, 331.
Bowen, Charles, 340.
_Boyd_ massacre, 104, 105.
Browne, Governor, 260, 264.
recalled, 275.
Busby as British Resident, 158-162.
Busby's Federation Scheme, 161.

Cameron, General, 278-283, 290, 292.
Cannibalism, 41.
Canterbury settled, 234.
Cargill, Captain, 232, 233.
Cattle introduced, 15.
Canoes of Polynesians, 35.
Characteristics of Maoris, 34, 53-59.
Characteristics of New Zealanders, 399-414.
Chatham Islands Escape, 299.
Cheap Money Scheme, 396.
Chinese element, 398.
Christchurch founded, 235.
Church endowment in the South, 247.
Church Missionary Society, 114, 119, 172.
Church statistics, 400.
Chute, General, 292.
Civilization and the Maori, 55, 59.
Clean Shirt Ministry, 253.
Cliff scenery, 25, 26.
Climate, 11.
Clutha and Prohibition, 365.
Colenso's New Testament, 120.
Colonising companies, 157.
Commissioners and New Zealand Company, 197.
Conciliation Boards, 386, 387-390.
Confiscation of native land, 289.
Continuous ministry, 335, 336.
Contractors, 382.
Contrasts in scenery, 13.
Conveyance of land, 115.
Convicts and Maori, 98.
Coal Mines Act, 391.
Cook, Captain, 79-81.
Co-operative Contract System, 393.
Coromandel goldfields, 318.
Costume of the Maori, 45.
Creation of man, 67.
Crime, Absence of, 241.
Crozet, 87-91.
Cruelty of traders, 102-104.
Customs duties, 208, 343, 352.

Dairy produce exports, 343.
Dark side of Maori life, 52.
Darwin on New Zealand, 118.
Death and future existence, 61.
Death customs and beliefs, 72.
Debts, private, 332.
Defeat at Puke-te-kauere, 273.
Depreciation of land, 375.
Despard repulsed by Heke, 215.
De Surville at the Bay of Islands, 86, 87.
Discovery, 3.
Domett ("Waring"), 47.
Drink, 409.
Dunedin, 232, 311.

Education, 340, 383, 407.
Egmont volcano, 28.
Eloquence of the Maori, 51.
Employers' Liability Act, 382.
_Endeavour_ visited by the Maori, 84.
Episcopal Church in New Zealand, 226.
Escapes of Maori prisoners, 298.
Export development, 335, 343.
statistics, 406.

Factories Act, 382, 383.
Financial changes, 331-334, 351.
Fitzgerald first premier, 253.
Fitzroy, Governor, 204, 206-209.
Floods, 23.
Flood myth, 67.
Flora and fauna, 5, 16.
Forest scenery, 6-9.
Fox, Sir William, 336, 419.
Franchise reforms, 378.
French attempts at colonisation, 163, 192.
French and English in New Zealand, 86.
Frozen meat, 343.

Gambling, 409.
Gaols, primitive, 233.
Garnett, Dr. Richard, 234, 419.
General Assembly founded, 250.
Gisborne's book, 420.
Glaciers and snow, 31.
Gladstone and annexation, 172.
Godley as Administrator, 236.
Gold discovered in Otago, 310.
Gorst, Sir John, 276, 277.
Grazing, 406.
Grey's achievements, 227.
Grey and Atkinson, 341, 345, 346.
Grey, Earl, 231, 245.
Grey, Sir George, 199, 217-230, 291, 339.
attacks Weraroa, 291.
leaves New Zealand, 251.
recalled, 323.
second command, 275.
Gum-digging, 319.
Gun-selling, 264.

Hadfield, the Missionary, 153.
Hall and Atkinson, 337, 342-344, 345.
Half-castes, 398.
Hau-Hau defeat at Moutua, 287.
outrages, 286, 295, 301.
Hau-Haus finally crushed, 303.
Hawaiki, 37.
_Hawes_ outrage, 105, 106.
Head-trading, 97, 98.
Heaven and Earth separated, 65, 66.
Heaven and the Underworld, 62.
Heke craves peace, 219.
Heke's bold acts, 211.
Hobson and Auckland, 193.
and Colonel Wakefield, 189.
and the land-sharks, 181.
character, 194, 195.
Hochstetter Fall, 31.
Hocken, Dr., 419.
Hongi, chief of the Ngapuhi, 130-136.
at Rotorua, 135.
and the missionaries, 153.
in England, 131.
Hongi storms Mataki-taki, 134.
his treachery at Totara, 133.
Hot Springs, 21.
Hokitika founded, 315.
Hospitals and the State, 368.
Houses, 401.
Huka waterfall, 22.

Imperialism, 227.
Imperial troops withdrawn, 292.
Income Tax, 373.
Industrial Schools, 381.
Infants' Life Protection Act, 381.
Insurance Department, 337.
Irish riots in Hokitika, 317.
settlers, 2.

Jade, or greenstone, 36.
Jewish element, 400.
Joint-Stock companies, 375.

Kaiapoi attacked, 149.
falls before Rauparaha, 151.
Kaikouras, 28.
Kauri gum, 319-322.
pines, 320.
Kelly's escape, 108, 109.
Kemp, 292-294.
Kepa, _see_ Kemp.
King-maker, 262.
King movement, 263.
Kingi, _see_ Wiremu, pp. 264, 265, 273.
Kororareka an Alsatia, 154, 155
burnt, 213.

Labour Department, 392.
laws, 381, 382.
Labour members, 347.
party, 369.
problems, 367-372.
Lakes, 21.
Land Commissioners' Strictures, 198.
difficulties, 187, 188.
law reforms and dissensions, 353-360.
laws of Grey, 248.
Minister of, 354.
purchase, 164.
purchase regulations of Fitzroy, 209.
questions, 246.
Tax, 373.
tenure in early Maori days, 39.
Transfer Law, 339.
leasehold question, 357.
Lee, Professor, 119, 131.
Legislative Council, 250, 376.
Literature, 409.
on New Zealand, 415-422.
Liquor questions, 362-366.
Local administration, 330.
Lodging regulations, 384.
Lower House, 347.
Lunatic asylums, 368.
Lynch law at Kororareka, 155.

Macquarie appoints magistrates, 156.
Maning, the Pakeha Maori, 100, 199, 416.
Maori ailments, 54.
before the mast, 111.
bravery, 281.
codes of observances, 69.
Maori, decrease of, 398.
fishing, 40, 43.
language written, 119.
lore and legend, 68.
Members of Parliament, 348.
place names, 51.
trading, 262.
voyages, 35.
Marion du Fresne, 87-91.
Marsden, 129.
as missionary, 111-117.
Martin, Sir William, 224.
Mata-ora, 62.
Maui, 45.
the God-hero, 67.
McDonnell, Colonel, 297, 298.
defeats Te Kooti, 304.
McKenzie, John, 344, 359, 362, 370.
McLean, Sir Donald, 307, 308.
Migration of the Maori, 36.
Mining Acts, 391.
Missionaries, 198, 199, 306.
Missionary efforts, 111-120.
reforms, 97.
Mountains, 27.
Mountain scenery, 10.
Moko, or tattooing, 45-48.
Municipal shortcomings, 329.
Murray at Waireka, 270.
Muri Whenua, the Land's End, 61.
Muru, Law of, 56.
Mythology of the Maori, 60-74.

Native Department, 260.
Nature and the Maori, 50, 51.
Nene, 221.
Nene at Okaihau, 214.
honoured by Grey, 219.
New Plymouth under martial law, 268.
Newspapers, 410.
New Zealand Association, 171.
Company, 231.
Company wound up, 246.
Land Company, 173.
Ngapuhi finally checked, 139.
Ngatapa captured, 303.
Ngutu-o-te-manu retreat, 298.
_Niger_ bluejackets at Waireka, 271, 272.
Notable whalers, 127.

Occupation of New Zealanders, 406.
Ohaeawai attacked by Despard, 215.
Old Identities, 233.
Omaranui victory, 297.
Orakau besieged, 281.
Otago _Daily Times_, 410.
goldfields, 312, 313.
settled, 231.
Otira Gorge, 29.
Overtime, 383.

Pakeha Maori, 100.
Maori, _see_ Maning.
Papa, 25.
Paper money issued by Fitzroy, 209.
Parihaka, 308.
Parliament, account of, 347-350.
established, 250.
Parties in Parliament, 258, 259.
Pa, or fortified village, 48.
Pastoral developments, 242, 243.
restrictions, 356.
Pasture land, 14.
Payment of Members, 347.
Pests, animal and vegetable, 18, 19.
Physical features, 5, 10.
Pohutu-Kawa, 61.
Polynesian origin of Maoris, 33.
Poll-tax on Chinese, 398.
Population, 401, 402.
Postal difficulties, 239.
Poverty Bay massacre, 301.
Pratt, General, 273, 274.
Presbyterians, 231.
Preservation of scenery, 32.
Priests as instructors, 68.
Printing, first attempts, 120.
press established, 119.
Prohibition movement, 363.
Property Tax, 372.
Protectionist policy, 352.
Provincial Councils established, 250.
system, 256, 324.
Provincialism abolished, 328.
Public debt, 406.
Trustee Office, 337, 338.
Works policy, 325, 330.

Quartz mining, 319.

Railways, 326, 367, 406.
Rata, 8.
Rangi, 60, 62, 65.
Rangihaeata, 219.
kills Captain Wakefield, 201.
Rangitiri, fight at, 280.
Rauparaha, 140, 143-151, 187.
and Captain Wakefield, 200.
at Akaroa, 148.
taken by Grey, 220.
Rauparaha's treachery toward the Ngaitahu, 146.
Reeves, Hon. W.P., 395.
Reform, 354.
Rehua, 60.
Rent of Government land, 359.
Revenue, 406.
Rewi, 282.
Rivers and streams, 22-24.
Robe, the Charon of the Maori, 62.
Rolleston, 344.
Rona of the Moon, 64.
Ropata at Ngatapa, 302, 303.
Ropata Te Wahawaha, 294-296.
Ruapehu volcano, 28.
Rua-peka-peka taken, 218.
Ruatara, 112-115.
Rusden's History, 418.

Schools in Otago, 232.
public, 340.
Scots settlers, 232.
Scriptures translated into Maori, 119.
Seddon, Rt. Hon. R.J., 362, 370, 393.
Self-reliance policy, 290.
Selwyn, Bishop, 212, 225, 261.
Sentry Hill repulse, 287.
Servants' registry regulations, 386.
Settlement by Polynesians, 33.
Settlers among the Maori, 99.
difficulties, 238.
sent to Port Nicholson, 177.
Sheep-lifting by Mackenzie, 241.
Shipping and Seamen's Act, 390.
Shop Acts, 384, 385.
Assistants Act, 395, 396.
Shortland as Acting Governor, 196.
Shortland's financial troubles, 202, 203.
Slang, 403, 404.
Smith, Percy, 417.
Social life, 412.
Socialism, 396, 397.
South Island a later settlement, 191.
South Sea tribes, 33.
Speech of New Zealand, 403.
Spelling of Maori words, 121.
Spirits' Leap, 61.
Stafford and Fox, 256.
State institutions, 367.
Land Board, 358.
socialism, 396, 397.
Stewart arrested, 149.
assists Rauparaha, 147.
Stout, Sir Robert, 345, 362, 364.
Strikes, 388.
Sugar-Loaves pa attacked by Te Whero Whero, 141.
Sunday schools, 401.
Swainson as Speaker, 254.
Swainson's book, 418.
ordinances, 224.

Tainui stories, 38.
Tai Porutu killed, 274.
Tane and Tu, 65, 66.
Taniwha's account of Captain Cook, 83.
Tapu, Law of, 46.
(taboo) Customs 70-73.
Taranaki devastated, 143, 267.
crippled by Fitzroy, 208.
settlers' grievances, 261.
Tasman sights New Zealand, 75.
refused a landing, 76.
reaches North Cape, 77.
Tattooed heads, 157.
heads for sale, 97.
Tattooing, 45-48.
Tauranga defeat, 283.
tribe attacked, 282.
Tawhaki, 63.
Tawhiri-Matea, the god of storms, 66.
Taxation difficulties, 342, 343.
Te Heu Heu opposes annexation, 180.
Te Kooti a fugitive, 304.
at Mohaka, 304.
pardoned, 305.
Te Kooti's escape from the Chathams, 300.
revenge, 301.
Te Pihoihoi Mokemoke, 277.
Te Rangi engagement, 283.
Te Waharoa, 136-140.
Te Whero Whero, 140-142, 221, 263.
Te Whiti, 308.
Thames goldfields, 318.
Thierry, Baron de, 162.
Thompson, William, 139, 262, 278, 285.
Titokowaru leads the insurgents, 297.
Torere, or Maori cemeteries, 73.
Trade statistics, 406.
Union disputes, 386.
Unionism, 369, 385, 388, 389.
Trading with the Maori, 96.
Treasury deficits, 203.
Tregear, Edward, 418.
Tribal customs, 41, 42, 57.
Truck Act, 382.
Tuapeka goldfields, 311.
Tutari killed by Hau-Hau, 302.

University, State, 407.
Upper Chamber, 376.

Vancouver, 95.
Victorian assistance, 268.
Vogel, Sir Julius, 325-330.
Vogel's reforms, 337-339.
Volcanoes, 20.
Volckner murdered, 295.

Wages, 382.
Waiapu victory, 296.
Waikato defeated at Koheroa, 278.
land invaded, 278.
river, 22.
troubles, 264.
Wairau fiasco, 200, 201.
Waitangi, Treaty of, 180.
Waitara massacre, 140.
Wakefield, Arthur, 199, 200.
Wakefield, Arthur, surrenders to Rauparaha, 201.
murdered, 201.
Wakefield, Colonel, 172-176.
Wakefield, Gibbon, 166-172.
and Canterbury, 234.
in Parliament, 254.
Wakefield's land schemes, 169.
Wakefield system, 247, 257, 327, 328.
War, a game, 49.
customs, 48, 49.
with Maori, beginning of, 200.
begun by Heke, 211.
outbreak in 1860, 265.
at an end, 305.
statistics, 306.
Weld, Sir Frederick, 289, 290.
Wellington, 127.
as capital, 194.
Duke of, 157, 158.
Weraroa captured, 292.
Wesleyan missionaries, 153.
Westland goldfields, 314.
Whalers approach New Zealand, 122.
and their Maori wives, 125.
at Kororareka, 154.
Whaling stations erected, 123.
Whitaker, Sir Fredk., 337, 343, 344, 345.
Whitmore, Colonel, 297, 298, 300, 301, 305.
Williams, Henry, 116, 193, 212.
Wiremu Tamihana, _see_ Thompson, William.
Wool-growing, 244, 245.
Women and the franchise, 378-381.
Women-fighters, 282.
Work hours, 383.
Wynyard as Viceroy, 252, 253.

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