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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. II, No. 5 (Dec. 18, 1931)
Pages
52
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
PACIFIC ISLANDS ASSOCIATION. CONSTITUTION. 2
Advertising 3 , 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
WHY NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS ARE PRODUCING NO GOLD 5 , 6 , 21
THE "DOG” INCIDENT Why Sir Hubert Murray Attended Papuan Sorcery Demonstration 7
LEVERS WANT INDIAN LABOUR IN THE SOLOMONS Official Opposition: Question Postponed 8
BEANS! N.I.’s Valuable Crop 8
THURSDAY ISLAND IS INDIGNANT 8
Possible New Use for Coconut Oil Fuel for Diesel Engines 8
"You Fightim Egg” Where "Pidgin” Has Its Social Uses 8
CIGAR-MAKING IN SOLOMONS 8
Entomoligcal Triumph How Malayan Fly Destroyed Fijian Pest and Restored Coconut Industry 9
FRANCE PLANS TAX ON COPRA Bonus for French Planters 9
TROPICALITIES 10
Advertising 10
"DADDAS” WHO SEEK ELUSIVE ROMANCE IN CORAL ISLANDS 11 , 12
PUT THEM ON THE LAND! Islands’ Unemployed SUGGESTION FROM SAMOA 12
TOO COSTLY Chinese Labour in Samoa PROPOSAL TO IMPORT GILBERTESE 12
International Courtesies American Governor Calls at Apia 12
HOW FIJI IS RULED Evolution of Constitutional System, from being Wholly Nominative to Partly Elective 13
STORY OF "TABU” How a Film Was Made on Borabora 13
Advertising 13
MISSIONS—GOOD AND BAD Interesting Comments on Missionary Activity and Influence in the South Seas 14 , 15
A MINOR PANIC IN SUVA 15
Advertising 15
FIJI COPRA ANALYSIS 15
The Lali of Ancient Fiji 16
Advertising 16
PACIFIC MISSIONS Traveller’s Observations 16
Special Burial for 37-Stone Woman Officialdom’s Pounce on Erring Husband 17
CHINESE PROBLEM IN SAMOA Position Improved 17
IDLE MINERS On New Guinea Field Serious Condition of Stalemate Alleged 17
Advertising 17
Nukualofa to Vavau Interesting Sidelights 18 , 19
Advertising 18
NEW ZEALAND IN SAMOA Sir Maynard Hedstrom Is Critical 19
Advertising 19
NEW GUINEA PATROL ATTACKED In Kukukuku Country 20
Chinese Official Visits 8.5.1. 20
Advertising 20
MINING PROGRESS ON MISIMA ISLAND 20
N. I. Passionfmit New Zealand Gets the Trade 20
PAPUA CAN GROW FIRST-CLASS SUGAR Experts Report Favourably on Project for Establishing Large-scale New Industry in Territory 21
Advertising 21
BURNS, PHILP AND CARPENTER’S AND THE PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY 22
PAPUAN PIONEEER PASSES Death of Miss A. H. Gors 22
Goldfields’ Planes Visit Pt. Moresby 22
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE 22
Brig-General Wisdom Returns to Rabaul on Jan. 12 23
W. R. Carpenter, Sol. Islands Net Profit of £15,335 23
Advertising 23
FLYING SQUIRRELS’ QUEER HOME 24
Advertising 24
GOLDFIELDS ROAD QUESTION Guinea Airways Not Hostile—Says Road Be Complementary to Air Service 24
VIGOROUS PAPUAN COMPANY 24
IS TONGA GROWING COLDER? Curious Weather Phenomenon 25
Missionary Transferred from B.S.I. 25
Advertising 25
50 FATALITIES ON SAN CHRISTOVAL 26
Advertising 26
REJECTED WOOERS’ REVENGE Five Murders In Papua 26
Advertising 26
VERY SLY GROG! Old Norfolk Custom to Cease Government Proclamation 26
NOTABLE PROSPECTOR Accidentally Shot in Papuan Wilds DICK ROCHE’S PARTNER 27
PLANE’S BIG LIFT Dredge Part Weighing Three Tons 27
Advertising 27 , 28
CARE OF THE AGED How Natives Are Being Contaminated by Whites 28
Advertising 28
Death of F. A. Rochfort Well-Known Papuan Miner 28
COCONUT ESTATE’S BYPRODUCT Profit From Cattle-Raising 28
TROCHUS MARKET DISORGANISED. 28
PLEA FOR BREMERHAVEN Planter’s Point of View 29
Advertising 29 , 30
THE WHITE FLY Reassuring Statements From Java LITTLE DANGER OF PEST 30
Armistice Dance at Tulagi 30
NATIVE TRADERS AS DUMMIES Solomon Is. Development CAN WHITE TRADERS SURVIVE? 31
Advertising 31
Spend a Vacation In An Islands Paradise 32
SOLOMON ISLANDS FINANCE How to Meet £8,000 Deficit 32
Advertising 32
Those Undisciplined Natives A Word on Behalf of the Officials 33 , 34
Advertising 33
PACIFIC ISLANDS YEAR BOOK 34
’FLU REACHES PAPUA In Virulent Form 34
Advertising 34
SAMOAN NOTES PRICE OF COPRA 35
Advertising 35 , 36
How Fiji Dealt with Financial Crisis Civil Service Escapes Cuts—Deficit Charged Against Accumulated Surplus 36 , 37
FIJIAN BANANAS How Trade is Regulated EXPORT TO N. ZEALAND From Our Own Correspondent 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
SAMOAN FINANCE Search for Economy Administrator Reviews Situation From Our Own Correspondent 38
THE CASE FOR CHINA 38
Advertising 38
Vanikoro Timber Discussion at Canberra Unfair Treatment Alleged 39
Advertising 39 , 40
PAPUAN GOLD Spasmodic Prospecting N.Z. CO. ACQUIRES LEASE 40
THE FLATTENED CAN Innovation to Save Freight 40
PAPUAN NOTES Pt. Moresby Visited by Mololo—Governor Inspects Outstations 40
Goldfields Progress Bulolo Dredging Commendes in March 41
PARABLE OF THE PACIFIC 41
Advertising 41 , 42
TONGA’S ECONOMIC CONDITION Nukualofa Resident Insists that Affairs in Little Kingdom are Not as stated. 42 , 43
COOK ISLANDS N.Z. Fruit Prices Improve 43
BROADCASTING IN WESTERN SAMOA 43
Advertising 43
NOTES FROM THURSDAY ISLAND Brighter Prospects for 1932—Market for Marine Products Firms 44
Advertising 44
NORFOLK ISLAND Success of Annual Show—Tourist Boom 44
TRIBUTE TO BULOLO COMPANY 45
T.I.’S MANY VISITORS 45
Advertising 45 , 46
NO RESTRICTIONS FOR BREMERHAVEN 46
SEA-DROMES New Idea for Sea Travel 46
PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH SEAS Copra Holds To Fair Price Level 47
Exchange Quotations 47
Advertising 47
Market Quotations Range of Prices 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in The Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49
GOLD CO. CHANGES NAME 49
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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