Mau ki te hoe, Tutaki e! Thus he acted in a perfectly fair manner to his relatives, and obtained his name as Kai-taha-rua eater of both sides. Te Ao Hou 2 Such a booth has already been described; it is often termed a whare rau ponga tree-fern frond hutif made of that material.
The next morning they went to take the rats from the traps. One fair morn, somewhere about the time of the Thirty Years' War, or when Richelieu was schooling the Huguenots, one Hakua-rangi, and her sister Mamae-rangi, daughters of Hahore, went forth from the sheltering walls of Hui-tieke and fared onward through the forest of Tane, in search of the picturesque.
The kurupae, a short stick, is slipped under the whiti cord and through the Rat-Trap, Pokipoki. On misty nights, when fog lay close on the waters, the rats, frightened by the cries of the ruru owl, would swim out into the lake until they were drowned.
Other such descendants are the ro and puwerewere and other such insects. These canoes were manned with armed fighting men, and taken down the Whirinaki river into the Rangi-taiki, thence down to Te Houhi, where they fired on some of Ngati-Haka whom they found there, and chased Kai-kino, father of Te Waka-unua, who escaped.
They appear to have been clean-eating creatures, avoiding foul matter, and resembling a squirrel so far as their food was-concerned. We hear strange tales of the powers of some of these speech-gifted tui of former times, of how they were taught to recite formulae, charms, even tapu diet patahi, and so were employed to recite such at ceremonial functions.
Patu-heuheu and Ngati-Haka may now be said to be one and the same people, and both these hapu are descendants of the Rakei family. Any bird that had acquired a knowledge of such cries would certainly repeat them now and again, and to this fact was probably due the statement made by some natives that these captive birds were gifted with a kind of second sight; that they could foretell the Coming of visitors.
Painting red ochre along the way, Parewhete, ran from her home in Kawhia to Te Aea where she married Tupeteka. A third school was opened on the 17th of January, at Madhuban, which had among its teachers, Mahadeva Desai. Should a tui so far forget himself as to get caught at a pigeon-snaring trough, or on a parrot-snaring perch, then assuredly he died the death.
The white-backed leaves of the rangiora, and the long fronds of the kaponga tree-fern Cyathea dealbata that are white underneath, were used to mark the way; these laid on the earth with white sides uppermost were easily picked up by torchlight.
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In this paper, read before the Auckland Institute, on 25th November,Hiroa begins by giving an introduction to the importance of fish in the Māori diet.
He notes that Māori caught fish through hook and line, seine-nets and other smaller nets and traps. East Champaran (Motihari) Motihari is the headquarters of Poorvi Champaran (East Champaran) district in the state of Bihar, in India. Cultural heritage Bakuntha Nath Temple: Bakuntha Nath Temple is located at 21 km.
north of Motihari. This temple is the religious centre for the Hindus.