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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. 6 (Jan. 26, 1932)
Pages
52
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3
GOLDFIELDS ROAD AND PORT Problems for Administration and Gold Companies 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
New Hebrides Should Be Part of Australia’s Pacific Administration 5 , 6 , 19 , 20
TROPICALITIES 7
Tropical Photography Some Useful Hints 8
COUNCIL FOR NEW GUINEA RENEWED AGITATION 8
GENERAL E. A. WISDOM Return to Rabaul 8
Rich Bougainville Ore Near Kieta Carries Payable Gold 8
MEET TONGAN ROYALTY! 9
Land Settlement Scheme in New Caledonia 9
Quaint Tally-Board 9
TULAGI’S SENSE OF HUMOUR 9
NEW "MINISTER FOR ISLANDS” Major C. W. C.Marr 10
SIR HUBERT MURRAY Visit to Canberra 10
TAHITI COPRA Reduced Freight to ’Frisco Move for French Preference Still Being Discussed 10
Advertising 10
NEW USES FOR COCONUT OIL Is It Suitable as a Motor Fuel? 11 , 12
RETALIATION! 12
OPPORTUNITIES IN NEW GUINEA Rich Land on Temperate Plateaus Around Head-Waters of Ramu River 13 , 14 , 15
Advertising 13 , 15
FLYING FISH COME SOUTH Good Hauls at Rarotonga 16
Sir Hubert Murray’s Tour of Inspection 16
Advertising 16
No Tourists for Noumea Exchange Rates Kill Traffic 16
N. Caledonia—Queensland Successful Fight Pleases French 16
Cook Islands’ Hard-Worked Doctor 16
A SUNDAY IN NOUMEA 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF NATIVE LABOR Sir Hubert Murray Explains Why Indenture System Is Still Necessary in Papua 18
£50,000 to Sell Hawaiian Pineapples 18
Advertising 19 , 20
"Drier” Conditions in the Solomons 20
Norfolk Island Trade 20
Mr. C. J. LEVIEN Death In Melbourne DISCOVERER OF RICH BULOLO GOLDFIELD 21
Advertising 21
Asiatic Labour for the Solomons A Resident’s Protest 22
Missions and Trade Reply to Mr. Vogan 22
"SEEING RED” 22
"WHAT BIRD IS THAT?” 22
THOSE UNDISCIPLINED NATIVES 22
BULOLO DREDGE To Start In March Epoch-Marking Event for N. Guinea 23
“W. R. C.” An Authority On Exchange 23
Advertising 23
RAID BY KIETA NATIVES 11 Killed at Kekesup 24
Advertising 24
Unlucky Weriadai Village 24
Advertising 24
N.I.’s QUEER SPORT How New Year’s Eve Was Spent 24
Death of Rev. H. M. Dauncey 25
THE BAND OF HOPE? 25
Mission Wedding in the Solomons 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 26
Advertising 26
SAMOAN BANANAS Competition Affects Price 27
Wedding on "Mataram” 27
ARMISTICE DAY IN TAHITI 27
Tonga’s Surplus Funds 27
Advertising 27
LOAN FOR SAMOA? 28
Advertising 28
TONGAN BANANAS New Export Activity Commenced 28
Cook Island Oranges 28
Advertising 28
LOUISIADE GOLD Progress at Misima and Mt. Sisa 29
N G. PILOT Disappears In Europe 29
Advertising 29
MAJOR H. O. NEWPORT Death in New Guinea 30
Advertising 30
UNEXPLOITED MINERAL WEALTH IN NEW HEBRIDES AND SOLOMON ISLANDS 30
Quaint Life and Beautiful Scenery Among Islands of Torres Straits 30
£3,000 FOR N.I. Christmas, Rains and Beans 31
Advertising 31
HOW SHOULD WE TREAT THE NEW GUINEA NATIVES? 32
TAHITI NAVAL STATION Addition of Oil Depot and Training Ship 32
TONGA’S DESPATCH VESSELS Hifofua Again In Service 32
That Quarter Million Limit Amendment of N. G. Law Expected 33
PAPUAN RUBBER Lt.-Governor Pleads for Retention of Australian Preference Duty. 33
Advertising 33
GOLDFIELD PROGRESS Sale of Watut Leases—The Upper Ramu Field—Developments on the Lower Watut 34
Nukualofa Club Ball 34
Advertising 34
TONGAN NOTES Much Social Activity 34
DEATH OF SAMOAN PIONEER 34
HURRICANE SEASON IN COOK ISLANDS 35
BIG FRENCH LOAN New Caledonia Benefits 35
Advertising 35
Advertising 36
"MERAKON!” Cannibal and Bird Shooter 36
Fisherman Took His Chance 36
Papuan Trader’s Life has no Silver Lining 37
Cook Islands’ Busy Schooners 37
COCONUTS How Good Copra Is Made In Eastern Polynesia 37
Advertising 37
MAU STILL ALOOF Stalemate Continues In Samoa 38
Advertising 38
BOUNTIFUL RAINS Tahiti Plantations Benefit 38
CASTAWAYS ON COCOS Rescued By American Cruiser 38
Polynesian Cattle Wild Herds Roam Far Eastern Islands 38
FURTHER TAXATION IN N. CALEDONIA 38
RADIO BOOM LIKELY In French Oceania 39
MASSACRES ON THE FLY RIVER 28 Arrests In Papua 39
Advertising 39
TONKINESE LABOUR Big Exodus From N. Caledonia 40
SCIENTISTS FOR TAHITI 40
Advertising 40
Shooting Affray in Cook Islands 40
New Machinery For Pt. Moresby Power House 40
COOK ISLANDS NOTES Many Residents Leave for N.Z. 40
Port Moresby’s New Hospital Historic Landmark Passes 41
NOUMEA’S ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEME 41
Tahiti Yacht Club’s New Premises 41
Newton Elm’s Stranding Causes Copra Congestion at Port Moresby 41
Advertising 41
RAROTONGAN PRODUCTS Some Fine Pineapples 42
South Seas Wanderers 42
Samoan Cocoa Industry Good Prices But Small Crops 42
Advertising 42
PRIMAGE EXEMPTIONS Helping Papua Producers 42
New Caledonian Notes 42
PAPUAN NEWS Dull Christmas Holidays 43
TWO WHALES CAPTURED 43
SOLOMON ISLANDS Recruiters Have Lean Days 43
Bowls Popular at Rarotonga 43
BULOLO GOLD CO. Increase in Capital 43
Advertising 43 , 44
HELD UP! A "Good Old Custom” On Norfolk Island 44
PAPUAN MAILS Steamship Trading Co.’s New Contract 44
Lazy Natives of Thursday Island What’s Bred In the Bone Will Not Be Cured by Free Fishing Boats 45
Advertising 45
"Camargo” at Solomons 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
Pt. Moresby Delights Malolo Tourists 46
Fancy Dress Functions in the Solomons 46
Advertising 46
Exchange Quotations 47
PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH SEAS Copra Price Holds, But Market Is Dull 47
Advertising 47
Market Quotations Range of Prices 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in The Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
PACIFIC ISLANDS ASSOCIATION. CONSTITUTION. 51
Advertising 52

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