Niuē-fekai (or Savage) Island and its People
90. This is the story of a certain man named Laufoli, who dwelt here until (once) there came some Tongans. When they had landed, they asked, “What has been done to the Pandanus trees?” The people said. “Their tops have been cut off by Laufoli.” He was a warrior, and a great chief in his generation. When they heard this, the Tongan chief commanded that Laufoli should go (back) with them; so they went down to the raka-heketolu (said to be a double canoe), Laufoli took a weapon, wrapped up in te-fiti leaves; and the canoe sailed and reached Tonga.
91. The Tongans sent Laufoli to cut down a banana; so he despatched one of the Tongans to fetch his weapon from the canoe; hepage 125
87. Ko e kautu Mutalau haia, ko e 61. Ne toka a Peniamina, ti hau a Paulo, ti hiki atu a lautolu ke fakatu e Patu-iki ia ma lautolu, ne kolo e tau kau a Niuē ke tamate, ka e nakai maeke. Ati tupu ai e mafola i Niuē mo e kautu ai i a Jesu.
88. Kua hoko mai a Misi Lao 1861. Kua mafola tuai a Niuē-fekai ke hoko he tau 1876. Ti ole Patu-iki a Niuē, ti fakauku ai e Patu-iki a Niuē, ti fakauku ai e Patu-iki ma lautolu i a Mati 2, ko Mataio hana higoa, ti matulei he 1887, Tulai 14. Ne fakatu a Fata-a-iki, Novema 21, 1888, ne matulei a ia Tesemo 15, 1896. Ti fakatu hake a Togia-pule-toaki, Juni 30, 1898. Kua fakatu ai e matini Peritania Aperila 20, 1900, ko Misi Tamisone, he hoko mai a Kavana Lanifale, Oketopa, 1900. Ne hau a Misi Mete, 11th Sepetema, 1901.