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[From the col'ection of Sergt. C. B. Gibbs, N.Z.A.O.D. Badges of Infantry Regiments That Served at Samoa and Gallipoli. — 1st Canterbury Regiment. — 6th Hauraki Regiment. — 11th Taranaki Riffes Regiment. — 16the Waikato Regiment.2nd South Canterbury Regiment. — 7th Wellington West Coast Regiment — 12th Nelson Regiment. — 17th Ruahine Regiment.3rd Auckland Regiment. — 8th Southland Regiment. — 13th North Canterbury and Westland Regiment. — N.Z. Maori Contingent.4th Otago Regiment. — 9th Hawkes B… [From the collection of Sergt. C. B. Gibbs, N.Z.A.O.D. — Badges of New Zealand Mounted Rifles and Divisional Units That Served at Samoa and Gallipoli. — 1st Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry M.R. — 6th Manawatu M.R. — 11th North Auckland M.R. — Railway Battalions, N.Z.E.2nd Wellington West Coast M.R. — 7th Southland M.R. — 12th Otago M.R. — Post and Telegraph Corps, N.Z.E.3rd Auckland M.R. — N.Z. Army Nursing Service. — 8th South Canterbury M.R. — N.Z. Field Artillery — N.Z. Staff Corps. — N.Z. Perma… ALBERT WENDT — Figure 261.—Types of house ridgepole support, a, median ridgepost, Cook Islands. b, kingpost with tie beams supported by two lateral posts, Samoa. c, kingpost with tie beam supported by wall plate, post-missionary. 1, median ridgepost; 2, ridgepole; 3, wall posts; 4, wall plate; 5, principal rafters; 6, lateral supporting posts; 7, plate supporting tie beam; 8, tie beam; 9, kingpost; 10, plates resting on ends of tie beam and supporting rafters; 11, median plate supporting kingpost. — Note: the… Figure 264.—Polynesian fan outlines. a, Aitutaki. b, Rarotonga. c, Mangaia. d, Tahiti (British Mus., Tah. 69), same technique as a and b. e, Marquesas, curved sides and twilled plaiting. f, Hawaii (Bishop Mus., C9232), found in burial cave, closed leaflets in check, triangular shape conforming to central Polynesian type. g, Hawaii (Bishop Mus., 7965), specialized form of fine fan peculiar to Hawaii. h, Samoa, reversed triangle with straight base on handle and curved sides; twilled plaiting. i, … Figure 269.—Distribution of haft types, with literature citations. References for Polynesia are as: 1, toe haft: New Zealand (6, pp. 383, 393); Hawaii (11, pl. 60); Marquesas (47, pl. 48, A); Tuamotu (Emory ms.); Easter Island (Bishop Mus. Hafts); Manihiki-Rakahanga (75, pp. 144, 145); Tongareva (74, p. 180) Niue (48, pl. 8, A); Samoa alternate form (73, p. 362); Austral Islands alternate form (1, pp. 158, 159). 2, medium haft: Samoa (73, pp. 360, 361); Tonga (Bishop Mus. Coll.); Pukapuka (3, p… Figure 272.—Polynesian bailers. a, common form with median free handle, used in Tuamotu, Marquesas, Samoa. b, handle end attached to bottom, Niue, Ellice Islands. c, unilateral attachment of handle, sporadic in New Zealand and other regions. d, bilateral connection of handle to sides, Tahiti (British Mus., Tah. 6): length, 435 mm.; outside width, 135 mm.; depth, 110 mm.; width of cross connection, 40 mm. e, Cook Islands form, Mauke (fig. 135, d-f). f, specialized New Zealand form of a PACIFIC WRITERS SERIES


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