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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. 7 (Feb. 22, 1932)
Pages
52
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
COPRA PRICES IN THE SOUTH SEAS 5 , 6 , 21
TO MILL COPRA IN SYDNEY W.R.Carpenter Launches New Industry 7
Advertising 7
Rarotonga Pleasantly Shocked Ultra-Modern “Going Ashore” Dresses 7
ISLAND OF PINES Excursions from Noumea 7
Hurricane Season in Cook Is. 7
Where Late Mr. Levien Established His Fortune on New Guinea Goldfield 7
World’s Greatest Aerial Transport Service 8
SAMOA’S FINANCES Retrenchment Campaign Expected 8
A BUSY DAY AT WAU AERODROME, NEW GUINEA 8
A WHITE WOMAN'S VISIT TO ONGTONG JAVA 9
India’s Influence on Pacific Races Scientist’s Jottings on Indian Immigration in Fiji, and Elsewhere 10 , 20 , 21
EDITOR’S NOTE 10
Extracts from the Diary of a White Woman in the Papuan Bush 11
DURIAN TREES THRIVE IN TAHITI 12
TALKIES FOR SUVA New Era of Entertainment 12
PAPUA’S NIPA PALMS Believed to be Source of Enormous Unexploited Wealth 13 , 14 , 15
Advertising 14
New Guinea’s Oil Prospects Result of Matapau Survey 15
1,000 Tonkinese Repatriated 15
Advertising 15
KUMARAS FOR N.Z. Tonga Preparing Shipment 16
Advertising 16
COCOA IN DEMAND Samoan Industry Has Good Prospects 16
Advertising 16
FIJI'S CROPS Sugar and Copra Prospects Bright 16
Rev. Michelsen Retires 54 Years in New Hebrides 17
A “Wonderful Day” at Thursday Island 17
Advertising 17
Samoan Lepers for Makogai 18
LEVUKA’S NEW MAYOR 18
Advertising 18
Spirit of the Old Polynesian Navigators is Not Dead 18
Advertising 18
Meditation Concerning Whale Oil (To the Editor.) 18
TROPICALITIES 19
RUPERT BROOKE IN THE PACIFIC 19
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21
DOGS ARE USEFUL AT RAROTONGA’S RACE MEETING 22
Advertising 22
Morinda’s Schedule Will Auckland be Cut Out? 22
Advertising 22
S.S. TOFUA To be Replaced by Small Cargo Steamer 23
Advertising 23
JUDGE GORE OF PAPUA 23
ISLANDS’ SULPHUR 23
MORINDA’S SCHEDULE ALTERED 23
French Colonial Inspector Visits N. Caledonia 24
Advertising 24
N.G. Goldfields Ltd. New Accounts Show Co.’s Position 24 , 25
Advertising 25 , 26
LOTTERY AT TAHITI PROPOSED 26
Advertising 26
MAURITIUS BEANS Papuan Product May Find Market in Australia 26
AUSTRALIA AND THE PACIFIC What is Her Interest in New Hebrides? 27
Tahiti’s People Oceania Now Has Over 40,000 27
Answer to Correspondent 27
Advertising 27
N.I. HOSPITAL Mr. Love Enters a Hornets’ Nest 28
PEARL CULTURE Experiment at Tahiti 28
Advertising 28
Certificated Nurses and Modern Ambulance Convey Child-Welfare Instruction to Naked Mothers in New Britain Bush. 29
Advertising 29
Oil Producers in Financial Trouble 30
Advertising 30
Pacific Islands’ Association Growth of Membership 30
A NATIVE REGATTA 30
GOLDFIELDS’ NEWS Reduction of Air Transport Rates. 31
Advertising 31
Head Hunter's Own Story of Recent Papuan Massacre 32
Advertising 32
Great-grandson of a Pioneer 32
New Guinea in Talkies 32
TAHITI NEWS Farewell to Popular Naval Commander 33
Advertising 33
“Gavit” Copra for London Exhibition 34
Advertising 34
PAPUAN OUTLOOK IMPROVES 34
Sydney-Suva- Vavau New Steamer Service 34
PACIFIC ISLANDS’ TRAVELLERS 34
Growers Complain New Banana Contract for Samoa 35
Advertising 35
A SUVA POET 36
"Wreck” Season Takes Early Toll In Solomons 36
Advertising 36
N.G. TIMBER Fine Samples From Bulolo 36
Advertising 36
REV. R. BARTLETT What He Did in Samoa 37
AMERICAN SAMOA Polynesian Psychology 37
Advertising 37
New Caledonian Cattle Over-Production Threatens Industry 38
MOTOR CARS IN NEW CALEDONIA 38
Advertising 38
BULOLO GOLD 38
Tamasese’s Death Remembered by Mau 38
Chinese and Samoan Women New Ordinance Passed 39
Cook Islands’ Sports Meeting 39
DOUBLE MOTOR ACCIDENT Mishaps Near Apia 39
Advertising 39
TITIKAVEKA Prize Winning Cook Is. Village 40
“Money-Making” Missions 40
Chichester Honoured Pilot Who Put Norfolk on Aerial Map 40
Advertising 40
METROPOLIS OF THE SOUTH SEAS Suva, Now a Beautiful, Modernly-Equipped City of 15,000, Has Grown From Nothing In Fifty Years. 41
Investigation Into Nut-fall in Solomons 41
BUSY SCENES ON SUVA WATERFRONT 42
Advertising 42
DEATH OF NOTABLE MISSIONARY 42
Liquor in Samoa More Reasonable System Urged 42
N. Caledonia to Honour Flier Roffey 42
CHANGE IN LAPEROUSE SCHEDULE 43
NEWS FROM NEW CALEDONIA 43
Thursday Is. Notes 43
PACIFIC ISLANDS YEAR BOOK 43
Advertising 43
LIQUOR IN TAHITI Law Under Review 44
T.I. ELECTRIC LIGHT 44
Advertising 44
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 44
MISIMA GOLD New Co. Takes Over Mt. Sisa Wreck 44
Advertising 44
Cook Is. Fruit Trade “Kanna” to Replace “Waipahi” 45
Unpleasant Weather Conditions at Rarotonga 45
PALATIAL YACHT VISITS TAHITI 45
T.I. Has Wet January 45
Fancy Dress Ball at Noumea 45
Advertising 45
New Hebrides Invention Electro-Plating of Wood and Glass 46
Advertising 46
COOK ISLANDS NOTES 46
Advertising 46
Exchange Quotations 47
PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH SEAS Definite Improvement In Copra Market 47
Advertising 47
Market Quotations Range of Prices 48
Cook Islands Notes 48
Cook Is. Opens New Club Pavilion 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in The Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
PACIFIC ISLANDS ASSOCIATION. CONSTITUTION. 51 , 52

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