Edwin Wilson, Cambridge.Luh.
Figure 1.-- Pearl shell breastplate, or tiaf papa
Figs. 2, 3, 4 , 5.--Whale's-tooth beads, or lei
Figure 6.-- Whale's-tooth charm
Figure 7.-- Muleli
Typical tatoo marking of the drawers, or fuol
Tatoo markings on the shoulders, the sas
On the left shoulder is seen the perero
Tatoo mark of the women, or suum
Diagram to illustrate the commencement of a mat, showing the several strands marked by lines, dots, dashes, &c.
1. Ground plan of house
3. Corner of the central structure from inside.
Fig.1.--Side view of the tafaga, showing planks let in at the side, also bow and stern
Fig.2.--Section of the tafaga through one of the supporting beams of the sama, or outrigger.
Fig. 3.--Side view of the sama to show method of fixing.
Fig. 4.--Top view of the tavane. The thin lines at the side show the bulge of the canoe.
Fig. 5.--Longitudinal section through the oie, or drum.
Fig. 6.--Transverse section of the oie.
Fig.1.--Largest stone axe, seen slightly from the side.
Fig.1A.--Transverse section of same.
Fig. 2.--Intermediate shaped stone axe to Fig. 3.
Figs. 4 and 5.--Side views of two shell axes.
Fig. 6.--Top view of thinnest shell axe.
Figs. 7,8 and 9.--Implements for scraping clean the leaves for mats. Figs. 7 and 8 are of shell, and Fig. 9 of stone.
Fig. 10.--Side view of the voironu, a stone axe peculiar to the mua.
(The flat stone in the centre shows the depression, into which the kava is poured.)