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OAMARU:  Diary of a Voyage From Greenock to Auckland per Oamaru to Port Chalmers
                     Thence per SS Wairarapa to Auckland 1882-1883.  21/1:3-17;  21/2:108-112.

OBITUARIES:           ADAMS, E. Lionel.  34/2:131

                                    ARMSTRONG, Mrs C.S.  12/2:xix.

                                    BALLANTRAE, Rt. Hon. Lord Bernard.  29/1:60.

                                    BALLANTRAE, Rt. Hon. Lady Laura.  28/1:60.

                                    BAXTER, Noble.  7/3:xvi.

                                    BEEVER, Fred.  23/2:112.

                                    BERG, Leslie Samuel.  28/2:127.

                                    BLACK, John.  29/2:123.

                                    BLUETT, John Webster (Wepiha).  12/3:xxxiv.

                                    BOON, Alice.  27/2:115.

                                    BOON, William Richard.  11/1:41.

                                    BOURKE, J.M.  13/3:xxxvi.

                                    BRABANT, Herbert Wedgwood.  26/1:56.

                                    BRIFFAULT, Harold Lister.  27/2:115.

                                    BRIFFAULT, Violet Ada.  34/2:130-131.

                                    BROWN, Alice.  9/3:xvi.

                                    BROWN, L.H.  6/3:xiii.

                                    BROWN, N. Akuhata.  13/3:xxxvi.

                                    BUNYAN, William G.  7/1:vi.

                                    BURGESS, Horace Alfred.  13/2:xii.

                                    BURT, F.A. (Fred).  29/1:59.

                                    CAISLEY, Christopher George.  8/1:vi.

                                    CANNING, Alexander J.  5:Newsletter 45.

                                    CLARK, James David.  7/2:xi.

                                    CLARK, Lindsay.  30/2:127.

                                    COLLIER, Nellie.  14/2:xiv.

                                    COTTRELL, Bernard Victor.  14/3:xix.

                                    CRAIG, Elsdon Walter Grant.  28/2:126.

                                    CUMING, C.J.  12/1:v.

                                    CUTLER, Frederick Bertram.  13/3:xxxviii.

                                    DANSEY, Harry Delamare.  28/1:59.

                                    DAWSON, Dr Eric Tewsley.  28/2:127.

                                    DELAMARE, Paora Kingi (Paul).  30/2:127.

                                    DU PONTET, Eleanor Dorothy.  27/1:60.

                                    DU PONTET, Raymond Jules Eugene.  12/4:xlviii.

                                    DUTHIE, James Harland.  35/1:61.

                                    EIVERS, Herbert J.  28/1:58.

                                    EIVERS, James.  13/1:xxii.

                                    ELLIS, Dr Leonard Gordon.  7/2:xi.

                                    ERNEST, Brian.  39/1:61.

                                    ERWIN, Helen Rosa.  29/1:60.

                                    FAULKNER, Agnes Emily.  35/1:61-62.

                                    FLEMING, Thomas James.  9/2:63.

                                    FLOOD, Mark J.  11/4:xxxv-xxxvi.

                                    FRANCIS, William John.  12/2:xxi.

                                    FRASER, Constance.  12/2:xx-xxi.

                                    FURNISS, Cliff.  29/1:59.

                                    GAITT, Amy J.  5:Newsletter 46.

                                    GIBB, Alan D.  9/1:26.

                                    GOW, Ian Burman.  30/1:65.

                                    GOW, Maidie.  24/1:52.

                                    GOW, Walter G.  24/1:52.

                                    GOW, William Burman.  28/1:59.

                                    GUTHRIE, Ashley Conrad.  23/2:112.

                                    HALBERT, Rongo W.  21/2:138.

                                    HAMILL, Miles.  5:Newsletter 44.

                                    HANDRICKS, Douglas Hubert Nelson.  29/2:124.

                                    HARRISON, Henry.  9/4:xxii.

                                    HASTIE, A.J.  11/3:xxii.

                                    HAUA, Charles.  32/2:131.

                                    HAULTAIN, Eric Campbell.  9/1:26.

                                    HENDERSON, William Simmons (Bill).  28/1:59.

                                    HENRY, Sister Annie.  19/2:140-142.

                                    HILL, John G.  21/2:138-139.

                                    HILL, M.H.E.  11/3:xxi.

                                    HILL, W. Howard.  5:Newsletter 44.

                                    HOHAPATA, James P. (Jimmy).  13/3:xxxvii.

                                    HORRIGAN, Father Dennis.  39/2:120.

                                    HOUSTON, John.  10/2:xx.

                                    HUNIA, Maraea.  28/1:60.

                                    JAMEISON, Andrew Harper.  13/3:xxxvii.

                                    JARRETT, Emelie Florice.  28/2:126.

                                    KEEPA, Hoani Tuhimota (Johnny).  5:Newsletter 48.

                                    LAUGHTON, Rev. John George.  13/3:159-164, xxxvi.

                                    LENNARD, Leslie Maurice.  36/2:131.

                                    LITTLE, Elsie E.  30/1:66.

                                    LUKE, Alfred L.  13/1:xxii.

                                    McFARLAND, Lotte.  28/2:126.

                                    McGOUGAN, Alexander Francis.  14/3:xx.

                                    McGOUGAN, Emily.  10/2:xx.

                                    McHARG, Irvine Stephens.  5:Newsletter 50.

                                    McLEAN, Alexander.  12/4:xlviii.

                                    MACMILLAN, Ethel Urania.  33/1:62.

                                    MAHY, Frank.  6/2:vi.

                                    MAIR, Gilbert Henry.  14/1:ix.

                                    MANUERA, Te Pareake Eruera.  28/2:127.

                                    MELVIN, Leslie W.  31/2:125-126.

                                    MERRITT, James.  7/1:vi.

                                    MILROY, Frederick.  9/2:63.

                                    MOULDEN, Jack & Amiria (Milly).  40/1:61.

                                    MURRAY, George J.  10/2:xx.

                                    NORTH, Dr Allan.  30/2:126.

                                    NORTON, Robert Roy.  29/1:59.

                                    ORR, William James.  14/3:xx.

                                    OTLEY, George.  11/3:xxii.

                                    PATTERSON, John.  12/2:xxi.

                                    POTTER, Harold David.  12/1:xi.

                                    PRIDEAUX, Francis.  27/1:60-61.

                                    PROWSE, Ngaire.  40/1:61.

                                    PULLAR, Dr William Alexander (Alan).  31/1:63-64.

                                    RADCLIFFE, David S.  23/2:112.

                                    RANGI, Ematina Poutaiaha Ngarawake Pipiana.  12/2:xix.

                                    RANGI, Rotu Numia.  11/3:xxi.

                                    RAE, Duncan McFaddyen.  12/1:x.

                                    RICHARDSON, Arthur Laurence.  20/1:68.

                                    ROGERS, Rev. Lawrence Moter.  32/1:61-62.

                                    RUFF, Annie.  24/1:53.

                                    RURU, Hoera Whakamiha (Digger).  37/1:62.

                                    SANTON, Eva.  12/3:xxxiii.

                                    SAVAGE, Arihia.  2:Newsletter 10.

                                    SHAPLEY, Sidney Samuel.  9/1:25.

                                    SHAW, Albert E.  7/3:xvi.

                                    SIMPSON, Mary.  8/1:vi.

                                    SISAM, L.E. (Pete).  30/2:126.

                                    SISAM, Len.  9/3:xvi.

                                    SLADDEN, Bernard.  9/2:61-62.

                                    SLOANE, F.R. (Toddy).  9/2:63.

                                    STARNES, Rev. John Horace.  24/1:53-54.

                                    STEWART, A.O.  5:Newsletter 49; 6/2:v.

                                    STONEHAM, Roy C.  31/2:127.

                                    SUCKLING, C.A.  11/3:xxi.

                                    TAKURUA, Joe.  13/3:xxxvii.

                                    TAMARAU, Takarua.  6/4:xx.

                                    TAPSELL, Kouma.  12/2:xx.

                                    TEAGUE, Bernard.  30/2:125.

                                    TERANGI, Te Pairi Tu.  2:Newsletter 10;  3:Newsletter 23.

                                    THOMPSON, Sister Nancy.  36/2:131.

                                    TURNBULL, David Scott.  14/4:xxiv.

                                    TURUWHENUA, Dave.  21/1:x.

                                    UPTON, William Westwood.  13/3:xxxvi-xxxvii.

                                    van der WOUDEN, Cornelius Adrianus (Cees).  29/2:123.

                                    VOLMULLER, Leonard Hendrik Gysbert.  30/1:65.

                                    WARREN, H.G. (Harry).  31/2:125.

                                    WASHER, George L.  24/1:53.

                                    WATT, Cecil.  19/2:139-140.

                                    WHARFE, F.A.  9/4:xxii.

                                    WHARFE, Kate Lottie.  9/1:26.

                                    WHITE, Charles G.  14/3:xix.

                                    WINIATA, Maharaia.  8/1:vi.

                                    WITHY, Ruth.  11/4:xxxvi.

                                    WOODBERRY, May.  29/2:124.

OHIWA:          Albert John Nicholas, Early N.Z. Settler and Trader - Richard L.H. Waugh.  15/1:60-73.

                        The Development of Ohiwa - Dorothy Du Pontet.  11/3:121-133.

                        The Development of Ohiwa - Enid M. Peace [Correspondence].  11/4:215.

                        The Life and Adventures of Kahuki - Robert M. Smith.  10/4:115-119.

                        A Massacre Averted - "Kotare".  12/1:19-21.

                        Ohiwa Ferry - R.M. Green [Correspondence].  11/3:172.

                        The Ohiwa Ferry - A. van der Wouden.  34/1:11-20.

                        Ohiwa Pa Sites Presented to the Nation - H.D. London.  18/1:53.

                        Ohiwa Township.  10/1:22-23.

                        Ohiwa Township - H.D. London.  4.

                        Old Ohiwa Hotel.  5.

                        Paparoa Pa, Ohiwa Harbour - W.A. Pullar.  10/4:150.

                        Thomas Black: Early Trader and Settler in the Bay of Plenty - L.W. Melvin.  12/3:105-111.

                        Whakatane's New Wharf - Ohiwa Harbour.  5.

                        Wharves on the Ohiwa Harbour - A. van der Wouden.  40/2:102-107.

OHOPE:         Archaeological Survey, Ohope, Whakatane, New Zealand - K.W. Moore.  24/1:34-44.

                        Fossils at Taneatua and Ohope Beach.  5.

                        Salvage Excavation at Port Ohope (N69/87) Whakatane, New Zealand - K.W. Moore. 20/1:46-49.

                        Te Paripari Pa - A Gunfighters, Ohope - C. Kingsley-Smith.  19/2:135-136.

                        Whakatane to Ohope.  1.

OKAREKA, LAKE: Herbert Robert Benn (1869-1911).  Appendix to "Some European History of Lake

                                  Okareka District" - H.D. London.  28/1:30-32.

                                  The House of H.R. Benn, Lake Okareka.  Appendix to "Some European History of

                                  Lake Okareka District" - R.L. Bourne.  28/1:28-29.

                                 Some European History of Lake Okareka District - John E.L. Evans.  28/1:17-27.

OKATAINA, LAKE:  Te Koutu Pa - N76/66 - Lake Okataina - Kenneth W. Moore.  26/2:104-112.

The Old Gisborne-Ruatahuna Stock Route - R. Andrew Fuller.  14/4:164-169.

An Old Lady Passes.  22/2:123-125.

Old Mission House Burnt - C.R. Coates.  5.

Old Ohiwa Hotel.  5.

OMAIO:   The Whatu Kura a Tangaroa (A Legend of Omaio).  4.

                 Te Whatu Kura-a-Tangaroa.  A Legend of Omaio - J.S.W. Neilson.  10/1:10.

On Board the Lutterworth - E.J. Westgate.  27/2:101-106.

On the Road to Galatea - W.T. Parham.  27/2:91-96.

On Robert Maunsell, and "Te Manihera" - Clem Earp.  40/1:11-16.

ONEHUNGA:  Our Trip From New Plymouth to Whakatane, Via Onehunga - Nell Ramson.  27/1:8-15.

ONEPU:         Onepu Hot Springs.  Appendix to "The Onepu Hot Springs in 1928" - K.W. Moore. 28/2:122.

                        The Onepu Hot Springs in 1928 - H.G. Rand.  28/2:119-121.

                        Pits, Terraces at King's Farm, Onepu - K.W. Moore.  13/2:90-95.

                        Suspect Food Pits - King's Farm, Onepu - K.W. Moore.  14/1:43.

                        Tamurenui Site, Onepu - K.W. Moore & W.A. Pullar.  11/4:205-207.

ONSLOW, EARL OF:  Up Country With the Governor.  13/2:45-67.

Opening of the Judea Meeting House, Tauranga.  3:Newsletter 28; 4:Newsletter 37.

Opening of the Rotoiti Steam Sawmill.  31/1:61-62.

OPEPE:         Conditions at Opepe Military Post.  Visits of a Missionary.  5.

                        The Opepe Engagement, 1869.  5.

                        Social Life at Opepe - Now a Ghost Town.  5.

                        Te Teko to Opepe in 1891 - Robert Price.  5.

 

OPOTIKI:   Centenary of a Small Town Clan.  23/2:86.

                   A Chapter Ends in Opotiki - G.W. Gray.  22/2:74-76.

                   A Contemporary Account of the Volkner and Fulloon Murders.  5.

                   Copy of a Letter From Lieut. G.H. Stoate, R.N.  20/2:111-113.

                   Describing a Trip From Maketu to Opotiki in the Early 1870s.  5.

                   The Diary of Alfred Parkinson - H.G.D. White.  20/1:28-35.

                   The Diary of Francis Jorton Foster.  36/2:63-72.

                   Gisborne to Opotiki in 1890.  36/1:53-56.

                   In the Days of Yore. 22/2:113-114.

                  John Alexander Wilson:  First Resident Missionary in Opotiki-Whakatane 1840-1851.  15/3:160-166.

                  Memories of an Early Carrier - Allan Abbott.  14/1:22-24.

                  Military Activities in the Opotiki District, 1870 - H.G.D. White.  20/1:41-45.

                  The Military Landing at Opotiki, 1865 - W.T. Parham [Correspondence].  15/3:190.

                  Military Settlement at Opotiki.  5.

                  Miss Alice [Parkinson] - A Memoir - J.C.M. Cresswell.  9/4:180-182.

                  Notes on the Diary of Alfred Parkinson - J.C.M. Cresswell.  20/2:114-115.

                  Notes from a Surveyor's Field Book.  11/4:185-188.

                  An Old Lady Passes.  22/2:123-125.

                  Opotiki.  13/1:27-28.

                  Opotiki - Disaster Area - March 1964 - H.D. London.  12/2:77-78.

                  Opotiki Expeditionary Force, 1865 - W.T. Parham  [Correspondence].  17/1:78-79.

                  Opotiki Group Visit Whakatane, 1891.  18/1:44-46.

                  Opotiki History.  18/1:41-50.

                  Opotiki History - Agnes J. McCallion.  16/1:46-51.

                  Opotiki Settlers, 1865-1879.  [List of]  4; 5.

                  Opotiki Street Directory, 1880.  [List of Residents]  22/2:77-80.

                  Opotiki Town and District, 1884.  22/2:110-112.

                  Opotiki as a Young Girl First Saw It - Dorothy Du Pontet.  22/2:01-030.

                  Opotiki's Gala Week - 60 Years Ago.  5.

                  Our Opotiki Letter - Bay of Plenty Times.  33/2:118-121.

                  Overland From Dannevirke to Opotiki in 1910 - David H. Graham.  38/2:104-109.

                  Paki Withers Still Going Strong. 12/4:172-173.

                  Records of Earlier Days - H.D. London.  25/1:37-42.

                  Rescue Excavation of a Pa Site Near Opotiki in the Eastern Bay of Plenty
                             - B.G. McFadgen & A.J. Walton.  31/2:113-119.

                  The Rev. Carl Sylvius Volkner - Rev. James H. Parkinson.  37/1:56-57.

                  Rev. C.S. Volkner and the Tai-Rawhiti Expedition, 1864.  7/2:24-36.

                  Rev. T.S. Grace's Account of the Volkner Murder.  4.

                  Ron Smith and Direct Transport - Jenny Lambert.  37/2:76-93; 38/1:7-15.

                  St. Stephen the Martyr Church, Opotiki.  22/2:115-121.

                  A Short History of Opotiki to 1918.  15/2:127-139.

                  Site Recording and Surveying in the Opotiki District - H.G.D. White.  19/2:133-134.

                  A Story of the Good Old Days.  26/1:28.

                  The Story and Origins of Te Whakatohea - A.C. Lyall.  19/1:35-43;  20/1:36-40, 60-67; 20/2:116-118.

                  A Sugar Industry for Opotiki, 1882 - H.D. London.  22/2:81-109.

                  The Tarawera Eruption, As Observed From Opotiki.  18/1:54-56.

                  Temperance, or Lack of it, at Opotiki, 1889-1891 - A. van der Wouden.  38/1:32-38.

                  A Trip From Opotiki to Taupo in 1896.  5.

                  The Unfloatable Opotiki Steam Shipping Co.  Ltd. - Anton van der Wouden.  37/1:50-54.

                  A Visit to Opotiki in 1873.  38/2:114-116.

                  A Visit to Opotiki in 1887.  40/2:109-111.

                  Volkner's letters to Governor Grey.  7/2:24-28;  22/2:122.

OPOTIKI, Cutter:  Launch of Mr William Kelly's New Cutter.  33/2:120-121.

OPOURIAO:   Early Settlement Days in the Opouriao Valley, Bay of Plenty - Gilbert Yeoman.  25/2:94-96.

                        Farming at Rewarau, Opouriao District - T. Thorne Seccombe.  12/1:3-18.

                        The Opouriao Estate - H.D. London.  13/2:82-83.

                        Opouriao Station Homestead.  12/2:92.

                        The Settlement of Opouriao - H.D. London.  4.

                        Whakatane, Opouriao and Waimana Visited 1880-1882.  22/1:1-13.

ORAKAU:  The Battle of Orakau, 1864, as Told by Hitiri Te Paerata.  21/2:100-107.

                    The Historic Tree of Orakau - Frank Glen.  32/1:59-60.

ORETE POINT:  Pioneering Days at Orete Point, Better Known as Waihau Bay, East Cape
                             - T. Thorne Seccombe.  11/1:3-19;  11/2:87-112.

Origin of Maori Spelling A. Morris Jones.  4.

Origin of the Name Kawerau.  5.

ORNITHOLOGY:    Avifauna at Maungapohatu [Correspondence].  11/3:175-176.

                                 The Gannets of White Island - W.T. Parham.  18/2:104-108, 110.

                                 The Last Moa.  5.

                                 Rare Birds at Matata.  5.

OTAGO:  The Discovery and Early Settlement of Otago and Southland - Bruce C. Adam.  5;  20/1:1-18, 55.

OTAKIRI:   Developing a Farm at Otakiri, on the Rangitaiki Plains - E.F. Whitthaus.  25/1:78-90, 93.

                   Early Memories of Otakiri, 1918-1925 - Stephanie E. Cullen.  40/1:40-45.

                   Early Otakiri Farming - From a Woman's Point of View - Mrs May Woodberry Sen.  25/2:91-93.

                   Hallett's Flaxmill - A. van der Wouden.  25/2:68-77.

Otipa Flour Mill - H.D. London.  9/1:17-18.

Our Debt to the Pioneers - Sir Walter Nash.  13/3:179-185.

Our First Doctors - L.K. Gluckman.  14/4:157-163.

Our Opotiki Letter - Bay of Plenty Times.  33/2:120-121.

Our Trip From New Plymouth to Whakatane, Via Onehunga - Nell Ramson.  27/1:8-15.

An Outline History of the Establishment of Churches in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.  6/2:35-55.

Outline History of the Whangaparaoa District, Cape Runaway.  14/4:139-143.

An Outline of Local Possibilities for Field Archaeology - A.D. Mabon.  6/1:2-6.

Overland From Gisborne to Tauranga, 1903.  27/2:63-70.

Overland From Dannevirke to Opotiki in 1910 - David H. Graham.  38/2:104-109.

Overland Journey From Auckland to Port Nicholson, 1843 - Errol Westgate.  38/1:16-20.

OWHAKATORO:            Fratricide at Owhakatoro R.M. Smith.  11/1:23-27.

                                         Kaka-Tarahae Pa Site Owhakatoro Valley K.W. Moore.  14/1:38-39.

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Pacific Backgrounds - A.M. Isdale.  16/2:92-108.

Pack Trip Down the Whakatane River - Ruatahuna to Ruatoki North, 1962 - A.L. Richardson.  10/3:82.

PAENGAROA:  The Excavations at Paengaroa, 1959 - J. Golson.  7/4:82-86.

Pahou Church.  9/4:165.

Painting the Pink and White Terraces - Experiences at Rotomahana - Charles Blomfield.  18/1:38-40.

Paki Withers Still Going Strong.  12/4:172-173.

PAKOTORE:  A Brief Traditional History of Pakotore.  Appendix to "The Excavations at  Paengaroa, 1959"
                     - D.M. Stafford.  7/4:84-85.

PALMER, William P. - The Bay of Plenty Timber Company Limited.  39/2:74-83.

The Pakeha Missionary, the Maori Prophet and Maungapohatu - Terry Simpson.  35/2:106-111.

HMS Pandora in the Bay of Plenty, 1852 - A.H. Matheson.  18/1:1-14;  18/2:62-79.

Paparoa Pa, Ohiwa Harbour - W.A. Pullar.  10/4:150.

PARHAM, W.T.   - A Banks Treasury.  25/2:114-115.

                              - Confessions of a "Digger" [Editorial].  28/1:1.

                              - A Contested New Zealand Cross.  34/1:42-44.

                              - Cross of Contention.  40/1:8-10.

                              - [Editorial].  26/2:57.

                              - The Enigma of Major Brassey.  14/2:77-78.

                              - The Files of the Times [Editorial].  30/1:2.

                              - The Gannets of White Island.  18/2:104-108, 110.

                              - Helping With the Dictionary.  38/2:117-118.

                              - In Quest of Spanish Gold.  26/2:90-91.

                              - In the Track of Vancouver.  15/3:166-171.

                              - Island Volcano by W.T. Parham - E.E. Bush [Book Review] 22/1:68-69.

                              - John Barr Clarke Hoyte (1835-1913): A Portrait.  20/2:99-102.

                              - Living on a Volcano.  23/1:43-47.

                              - Man Against the Mountain.  The Story of White Island Products Ltd.  17/1:56-66.

                              - Maori Wheat Growing and Flour Milling, 1845-1880.  9/2:42-44.

                              - The Military Landing at Opotiki, 1865 [Correspondence].  15/3:190.

                              - Mutiny at Fort Galatea.  27/2:97-98.

                              - New Zealand - The Shaky Isles [Editorial].  26/1:1.

                              - On the Road to Galatea.  27/2:91-96.

                              - Rewi Maniopoto Comes to Whakatane.  29/2:109-114.

                              - Riding the Taupo Desert.  35/2:103-105.

                              - Some Notes of the Investigation of the Flour Mill at Umuhika.  7/1:21-22.

                              - Tuatara - The Classic Survivor.  30/1:62-63.

                              - Two Prominent Figures in Early Whakatane History.  15/1:87-96.

                              - A Vice-Regal Legacy.  26/1:29-31.

                              - The Von Tempsky Exhibition, Hamilton.  26/2:87-89.

                              - Von Tempsky as a Writer.  10/4:142-144.

                              - A Wartime Visit to the Bay of Plenty.  37/2:71-75;  38/1:42-45.

                              - Will White Island Explode?  22/1:48-49.

PARKINSON, ALFRED:      The Diary of Alfred Parkinson - H.G.D. White.  20/1:28-35.

                                                Notes on the Diary of Alfred Parkinson - J.C.M. Cresswell.  20/2:114-115.

PARKINSON, ALICE MARY:  Miss Alice - A Memoir - J.C.M. Creswell.  9/4:180-182.

PARKINSON, Rev. James H. - The Rev. Karl Sylvius Volkner.  37/1:56-57.

Parkinson's Island - Neil C. Begg.  14/4:148-149.

PAROA:  The History of Paroa School.  12/3:131-136.

The Passing of an Era.  8/3:85-95.

Pataka Kuwaha From Whakatane.  2:Newsletter 17.

PATTESON, BISHOP JOHN COLERIDGE:  Bishop John Coleridge Patteson - Rev. N. Te  Hau. 10/2:54-56.

Patuone's Armour - H.D. London.  15/3:184-185.

PEACE, Enid - Mr and Mrs Joseph Chappell.  10/2:57.

                         - The Development of Ohiwa [Correspondence].  11/4:215.

PEARCE, G.L. - How the Maoris Used to Count.  9/2:45-46.

PEARSON, MAGGIE:  A Chat With an Old Identity - Mrs Maggie Pearson, nee Creeke.  6/4:137-141.

PEARSON, Maggie - As I Remember Whakatane.  14/1:11-14.

PEDERSEN, E.O. & ROCHE, E.B. -  End of a Rabbit Infestation.  23/1:53-55.

PEDOLOGY:  Agricultural Soil Scientists and the Pumice Lands - W.A. Pullar.  23/1:18-23.

                        More About the Kohika Site, Bay of Plenty: Soil Stratigraphy and Pollen  Analysis - W.A.

                        Pullar & M.S. McGlone.  24/2:110-113.

                        Soils of the Te Teko Locality - W.A. Pullar.  29/1:12-18.

                        The Working Life of a Field Scientist - W.A. Pullar.  31/1:35-42.

PEKATAHI:  Early Days of the East Coast Railway: Pekatahi - E. Murray.  23/2:87-88, 93.

PERRETT, CAROLINE:  The Case of Mrs Ngoungou, nee Caroline Perrett - J.R. Sheehan.  14/1:28-29.

                                           My Life Among the Maoris - Caroline Ngoungou.  14/1:30-37.

Petrified Springs at the Horomanga Gorge, Galatea District.  12/1:28.

Petroglyphs in the Kaingaroa Block - F.W. Davis.  6/1:17-29.

PETTIT, Harry T. - My Days in the Rangitaiki District.  14/4:133-138.

A Pioneer Looks Back - Mary Ann Ensor.  27/2:79-87.

A Pioneer Missionary to the Urewera - Sister Annie Henry, M.B.E. - J.H. Starnes.  6/3:84-93.

A Pioneer Remembers [Mr C. Garlick, Taneatua].  29/1:39-43.

Pioneering Days at Orete Point, Better Known as Waihau Bay, East Cape - T. Thorne Seccombe. 11/1:3-19;  11/2:87-112.

Pioneering Days of the Waioeka - Andrew McLean.  12/4:174-180.

Pit Terrace Site, Kawerau - K.W. Moore.  12/1:34-35.

Pits, Terraces at King's Farm, Onepu - K.W. Moore.  13/2:90-95.

Place Names in the Te Teko District - K.W. Moore.  28/2:68-73.

POETRY:  "A Bush Ballad".  9/1:21.

                   "Kohi Point" - C. Kingsley-Smith.  24/2:102.

                   "Mauri" - Hone Tuwhare.  10/4:141.

                   "Not By the Wind Ravaged" - Hone Tuwhare.  10/3:94.

                   "The Town of the Talking Stones" - C. Kingsley-Smith.  24/1:28.

POHATUROA ROCK: Memorial Shelter at Pohaturoa.  1.

                                       Early Attempts to Demolish Pohaturoa Rock.  5.

                                       Pohaturoa Rock, Whakatane - H.D. London.  11/2:28-32.

                                       Pohaturoa, the Sacred Rock of Whakatane - Te Tawhero Tuati.  1.

                                      Squabbles About Pohaturoa.  The Rock.  29/2:115-120.

Points of Interest Along the Road - John Redpath.  12/4:180-181, 187.

POMPALLIER, JEAN BAPTISTE FRANCOIS:  Jean Baptiste Francois Pompallier and the Bay of Plenty - J.H. Starnes.  11/3:134-142.

PONGAKAWA:  The Bay of Plenty Timber Company Limited - William P. Palmer.  39/2:74-83.

POOLE, Rev. Wynnton H.    - Canon W. Goodyear, 1850-1914.  32/1:24-27.

                                                - Miss Marion Watson Stewart, M.B.E., J.P.  35/1:38-41.

                                                - Mrs Katherine McAlister Bell, M.B.E., J.P.  35/2:79-84.

                                                - Poverty Bay.  31/2:94-100.

                                                - Some Recollections of the Poole Family.  34/1:32-41.

Poroporo School's Eightieth Birthday.  11/4:208-210.

PORT NICHOLSON:  Overland Journey From Auckland to Port Nicholson, 1843 - Errol Westgate.  38/1:16-20.

PORTER, J.P.            - Ngaiterangi Chronology.  19/2:143-146.

                                    - "Te Arawa": A Commentary on Don Stafford's History.  19/1:44-55.

A Possible Key to the Mystery of Maori Dialects.  13/2:98-99.

The Possibilities of Early Polynesian Occupation at Thornton - W.A. Pullar.  9/3:129-130.

POST & TELEGRAPH:  Early Post Offices in the Bay of Plenty.  4.

                                          Historical Background of Waiotahi Exchange.  22/2:129.

                                          The Story of Mails and Communications in and Around Whakatane
                                               During the Past Hundred Years - V.A. Rucroft.  6/4:125-130.

                                          The Te Teko Post Office 1879-1980 - E.J. Westgate.  28/2:94-99.

                                          Whakatane's First Post Office.  3:Newsletter 30.

Poverty Bay - Rev. W.H. Poole.  31/2:94-100.

POWERS, ANDREW:  Andrew Powers.  Appendix to "Building a Mission Station" - C.R. Coates.  6/3:79.

PREECE, JAMES:  Mr James Preece, C.M.S. Missionary - Rev. J.H. Starnes.  15/1:31-39.

Preece's Road - James Cowan.  10/3:79-81.

Prehistoric Research Today.  2.

The Prehistoric Stone Quarries and Workshops of Tahanga, Coromandel Peninsula - P.R. Moore.   30/1:32-42.

Presbyterian Church.  6/2:38-45.

PRICE, Robert - Te Teko to Opepe in 1891.  5.

The Preistley Flaxmill - H.D. London.  9/1:21.

Primary Volcanic Ash Deposits of the Rotorua, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne Districts - W.A. Pullar. 10/4:120-128.

A Princess and the Fairies - Links With Mt. Albert and Whakatane - G.M. Fowlds.  5.

Puketapu Look-Out - Symbol of Peace.  13/1:12-14.

Puketapu Pa, Whakatane.  1.

Pukeroa Hill and the Hospital - Kate Shaw.  34/1:21-23.

PULLAR, W.A.          - Age of Buried Trees in Whakatane Borough.  11/3:164;  11.4:211.

                                    - Age of the Kaharoa Ash.  10/1:13-14.

                                    - Agricultural Soil Scientists and the Pumice Lands.  23/1:18-23.

                                    - Ana-o-Muriwai (Princess Muriwai Cave).  9/4:192-194.

                                    - Archaeological Nomenclature in New Zealand.  9/1:13-14, 16.

                                    - Buried Stumps in situ - Te Mahoe Dam Site, Rangitaiki River.  11/4:211.

                                    - The Classic Maori: Prehistoric or Protohistoric by L.M. Groube.  13/2:96-97.

                                    - Fish Weir Discovery, Rotorua.  23/2:98.

                                    - Impact of the Maori on Soils in the Bay of Plenty - A Preliminary Report  10/1:13.

                                    - Karearea Pa.  9/2:50-54.

                                    - The Land Utilisation Survey of Gisborne-East Coast Region.  13/2:107-109.

                                    - Maori Carvings Recovered at Thornton.  10/1:15.

                                    - Muriwai Cave: Cobbles and Shoreline.  10/1:14.

                                    - The 1968 Storm and its Effect on the Bay of Plenty Shoreline.  26/2:72-75.

                                    - Notes on the Geology of Maungapohatu.  11/2:85-86.

                                    - Paparoa Pa, Ohiwa Harbour.  10/4:150.

                                    - The Possibilities of Early Polynesian Occupation at Thornton.  9/3:129-130.

                                    - Primary Volcanic Ash Deposits of the Rotorua, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne  Districts. 10/4:120-128.

                                    - Recent Investigations at Whakatane.  10/4:147-149.

                                    - River Courses and Shorelines at Whakatane.  11/4:199-202.

                                    - The Royal Society of London.  28/1:53-54.

                                    - Soils of the Te Teko Locality.  29/1:12-18.

                                    - The Tasman Tree Nursery.  28/2:114.

                                    - The Waikare River, Urewera.  11/3:163.

                                    - The Working Life of a Field Scientist.  31/1:35-42.

PULLAR, W.A. & HEWITT, S.R. - Flooding of Rangitaiki Plains, 1962.  11/2:113-115.

PULLAR, W.A. & KENNEDY, N.M. - History as an Aid to Earth Sciences.  23/2:94-96.

PULLAR, W.A. & MABON, A.D.

                                                - Kapu-te-Rangi (Toi's Pa).  9/3:117-128.

                                                - Tauanui Pa, Taneatua.  11/3:157-161.

PULLAR, W.A., MABON, A.D. & MOORE, K.W. - Site Recording in the Whakatane District. 12/2:72-75.

PULLAR, W.A. & McGLONE, M.S. - More About the Kohika Site, Bay of Plenty: Soil Stratigraphy and Pollen Analysis.  24/2:110-113.

PULLAR, W.A. & MOORE, K.W. - Tamurenui Site, Onepu.  11/4:205-207.

PULLAR, W.A., MOORE, K.W. & SCOTT, A.S. - Field Archaeology in the Bay of Plenty.15/1:105-114.

The Purpose of an Historical Society - Lawrence M. Rogers.  6/2:31-34.

PUTAUAKI:  The Last Moa.  A Legend of Putauaki - H.D.B. Dansey.,  10/1:8-9.

                        The Naming of Mt. Edgecumbe.  13/2:101-103.

                        Putauaki (Mt. Edgecumbe) - H.D. London.  11/1:33-40.

                        The Two Mount Edgeumbes - C. Kingsley-Smith.  23/2:68-74.

                        A Walk From Whakatane to Rotorua and an Ascent of Mt. Edgeumbe in 1899. 25/2:97-100.

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