The haka, a traditional Maori dance, is best known as the pregame ritual of the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team.
A proclamation in similar terms was sent to the haka and Yokwa Chins.
Then they cut the hose up—and the Maoris went on with their "haka."
The chief item on the programme was the "haka," or ancient Maori war dance, which was performed by four half-caste Maori youths.
Men only take part in the haka, which is a war dance, and a good one, too.
A great Maori haka was held, to which not only the natives themselves, but the whole of the English inhabitants, were invited.
The hakas, lying south of the Tashon country and round about haka.
After a time haka Lasi fell in love with her brother Hitchinna.
“You see that my arrow-head is good; it will kill any one,” said the haka.
Hwipajusi knew that haka Kaina would try to get the girls back again.