|Haera ki o koutou tipuna||3|
|The Home Garden||57|
|Sport: Neti Davis, by Garry Foen||55|
|Te Rauparaha, part 3: Wairau, the Porirua Quarrel and imprisonment, by W. Carkeek||6|
|Puhiwahine, Maori Poetess, part 5, by Pei te Hurinui Jones||12|
|Te Rakaunui me te Hoiho, na Richard Kaiawe||15|
|The Future Place of Maori Culture in New Zealand Society: a point of view, by James Ritchie||16|
|Three poems, by Nancy Bruce||20|
|Place of Adorning, by Elsie Locke||22|
|The Maori Grave on Maria Island, by Charles S. Hawkes||24|
|The Women of India, by Naranjan Singh Uppal||25|
|Tiputoa's Taniwha, by H. D. B. Dansey||27|
|Te Ao Tawhito: ka tahuri||30|
|A glimpse of people, places and things, by Arapera Blank||31|
|Maori Land Court Judge visits Aotea, by Noel Merrick||34|
|Field Day at Panguru, by R. J. Franken||42|
|“Good Grief!” said the postmistress, by Marie Dale||43|
|Compromise, by R. B. Wallace||45|
|Karakia, by W. A. Turner||47|
|Afterthoughts on a Hui Topu, by Leo Fowler||48|
|Korari Maori Womens' Welfare League||53|
|Growing up on the Tamaki, by Alan taylor||54|
|By your backyard, by Rora||59|
|Two poems by Rowley Habib||60|
THE MINISTER OF MAORI AFFAIRS: The Rt. Hon. Walter Nash.
THE SECRETARY FOR MAORI AFFAIRS: J. K. Hunn.
Chairman: B. E. Souter, Asst. Secretary.
Members: W. Herewini, M. R. Jones, W. T. Ngata, B. E. G. Mason, G. H. Stanley, M. J. Taylor.
EDITOR: B. E. G. Mason.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR (Maori text): W. T. Ngata, Lic. Int.
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Cover Photo. The child study on the cover is the second of two taken by Miss A. Westra, a young Dutch photographer on a visit to relatives in New Zealand. Both were taken outside the church at Ohinemutu.
Literary Competition. Readers are reminded that entries both for the literary competition and the art competition close on September 30th. Any entry received before that date will be eligible, and the winning entries will be published in Te Ao Hou for March, 1961.
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