Consideration must now be given to the way in which married men organize their various tasks. Apart from the erection of the fence to keep the pigs out, the work from now on is done chiefly by the different family groups. The householder first lays a row of saplings cross wise, cutting the allotment into rectangles varying in size from two to three hundred square yards. These he names in order for his dependants and such persons, including possibly his nephews, for whom he feels responsible. Canoes, like houses, last only for a few years, and new ones are fashioned continually. The usual feasts have to be held, this time when the log has been brought to the workshop, and, as ordinarily pork must be included, a young married man is forced to wait for a craft till his herds have multiplied.