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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. 8 (Mar. 15, 1932)
Pages
52
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3
CONTENTS. 3
Advertising 3 , 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
COPRA MARKETING AND EXCHANGE. 5 , 6
A NEW ’DROME. To Assist N.G. Patrols. 6
MERAUKE OF TO-DAY An Isolated Corner of Dutch New Guinea 7
SLIP FOR RABAUL. Messrs. Carpenter Tackle an Old Problem. 7
NEW BAKERY FOR RABAUL. 8
ACCIDENT AT BULOLO. 8
DEATH OF BISHOP HERMEL AT PAPEETE. 8
SAMOAN PLANTER’S ENTERPRISE 8
TERRIFIC HURRICANE Deimages Central New Caledonia and New Hebrides. 9
CYCLONE NEAR TONGA. 9
MY CANNIBAL COOK. 9
“HAURAKI’S” SERVICE. Sailing About End Of April. 9
TROPICALITIES 10
TAHITI NEWS. Douglas Fairbanks Making a Film. 10
Advertising 10
SALAMAUA: Rapid Growth of the Goldfields Port. 11 , 12
Ice and Aeroplanes Give Fresh Meat Thrice Daily to Morobe Goldfields. 12
DICK ROCHE. 12
Efforts to Make Samoa Self – Contained 12
MARINE INDUSTRIES PROSPECTS IN TORRES STRAITS 13
Aviator Bond Found in Monte Carlo. 13
New Mission Body for Western Papua? 13
Advertising 13
“MONEY-MAKING” MISSIONS. TO THE EDITOR. 14
Another Opinion. 14
RUMOUR OF GOLD Solomons are Ready to Rush 14
B.-P. EXTEND. Small Steamer for Apia-Suva Run. 14
Advertising 14
NEW GUINEA AVIATION. Freight War Continues. 15
PAPUAN MURDER. Two Natives Sentenced. 15
Advertising 15
NEW GUINEA FIELD’S RICH PROSPECTS. All Companies Hurrying on to Stage of Big Production. 16
Open Season for Paradise Birds. 16
AUSTRALIAN RICE. Fighting for Pacific Market. 16
SOUTH SEA PERFUMES. Promising Tahiti Industry. 17
MISIMA GOLD. £1 Recovery Per Ton in December. 17
Advertising 17
METHODIST FINANCE. Missions Board Shows Good Figures. 18
Advertising 18
NEW GUINEA LAWS. Three Ordinances Under Review. 18
TAUROI GOLD. Prospectors Still at Work. 18
“Stella Polaris” to Visit Apia. 18
Review of Conditions in Tonga 19
GOVERNMENT COMPETITION IN PAPUA. 19
Advertising 19
N.G. GOLDFIELDS DEVELOPMENTS First Dredge is Ready. Second Building.-Third on Order. 20
Advertising 20
FIJI RICE MILL To Operate on New Basis. 21
News from Solomons 21
GIZO TRAGEDY Popular Resident Disappears When Launch Catches Fire. 21
Advertising 21
DO WE WANT A CHINESEPOLYNESIAN POPULATION? Pan Pacific Union Secretary Defends Hawaiian Half-castes. 22
Samoan Retrenchments Staffs Being Further Reduced. 22
SOLOMONS COPRA. Large Export Causes Surprise. 22
BRITISH SILVER Banks Allow Only Small Premium in Sydney. 23
APIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Again Functioning. 23
Advertising 23
FORGOTTEN MISSIONARIES OF 1847 French and Germans Who Worked Heroically in New Guinea Seventy Years Ago. 24
Popular Official Leaves Apia Round of Farewell Functions. 24
Advertising 24
DEPRESSION CAUSES SAMOANS TO RETURN TO PRIMITIVE LIFE. 25
New Engines for “Tulagi” and “Gizo.” 25
Late Mr. F. A. Rochfort. Of Woodlark Island, Papua. 25
Advertising 25
COPRA PROFIT. 26
Lively New Year’s Eve at Apia. 26
Advertising 26
MAU MOVEMENT. Seven Years Old and Still Going Strong. 26
Samoans Find £5,000 for L.M.S. 26
FIJI’S FINANCES Deficit is Not Depressing. A Very Cheery Outlook. 27
New Chinese Consul for Western Samoa. 27
SOLOMONS' IMPORTS DECREASE. Natives Disinclined to Spend. 27
Advertising 27
HUGE BANANA PRODUCTION SWAMPS NEW ZEALAND MARKETS 28
HARRIED RABAUL Officials Impose New Liquor Restrictions. 28
SAMOAN DUTIES Drastic Increase in Attempt to Balance Budget. 28
Advertising 28
PAPUA BALANCES BUDGET. 29
Hurricane Damage in Samoa 29
TIMELY RESCUE From Deck of “Camaergo." 29
Advertising 29
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 30
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 30
Advertising 30
PACIFIC RECIPES—No. 2. SOursop Jelly—A Delicious Luncheon Sweet. 30
Exchange Quotations 31
PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH SEAS. Copra Market in Encouraging Condition. 31
THE PRICE IN MANUS. 31
Advertising 31
Market Quotations 32
HAPPY TONGA! Why Depression is Not Seriously Felt. 32
Advertising 32
Shipping Services in the Pacific 33 , 34
Advertising 33
MISSIONARY WORKER’S LONG SERVICE. 34
Advertising 34
RABAUL’S ELECTRIC LIGHT Prospectus Criticised. 35
PAPUAN CUSTOMS RETURNS. 35
Advertising 35
Papua Honours Memory of late F. J Berge. 36
THE PAWPAW. Commercial Possibilities. 36
Advertising 36
A USEFUL PUMP. 36
PAPUAN RUBBER Plea That Permanent Preference Will Establish Flourishing-Industry. 37
Wireless for Torres Straits. 37
Advertising 37
PACIFIC ISLANDS MONTHLY. How to Order Your Copy 38
Advertising 38
MOTUAN TRADERS GO WEST IN THEIR LAKATOI 38 , 39
The Lakatoi Return. 39
A RARE TURTLE. Curious Incident in Dutch New Guinea. 39
EARTHQUAKES SHAKE KIETA 39
Advertising 39
New Guinea Oil Prospecting. Scientific Party for Matapau. 40
Advertising 40
HOW RADIO CAME TO THE MOROBE GOLDFIELDS 40
New Matson Liners will give Faster Service 41
Advertising 41
LITIGATION PENDING. Over Papuan Sawmill Company. 41
SUGGESTION THAT MADANG SHOULD BE PERMANENT GOLDFIELDS PORT. 42
Advertising 42
PORT MORESBY BUSY. Visits of “Mariposa” and “Stella Polaris.” 42
TRAGEDY AT KIRIWINA. 42
NAURU AND OCEAN ISLAND. 43 , 44 , 45
Advertising 43 , 44 , 45
Visitors to the Solomon Islands 45
SIDELIGHTS ON FINANCE. 46 , 47
Advertising 46
FIJI FOR THE WINTER 46
Test Cricket at Rarotonga. 47
THURSDAY IS. NOTES. 47
Advertising 47
CHINESE LABOUR IN FIJI IS CALLED UNECONOMIC 48
Advertising 48
PROSPECTING ON SEPIK CONTINUES. 48
NEW BOOKS 49
Rarctongans Commence to Plant Tomato Crops. 49
COOK IS. NOTES War and Copra. 49
“FRANCE” AT RABAUL. 49
Advertising 49 , 50
DRYING FRUIT. Tahiti Invention Promises Great Success. 50
PACIFIC ISLANDS ASSOCIATION. 50
Advertising 50
FRUIT FOR N.Z. Over-crowded Market will Affect Cook Island. 50
INFANTILE PARALYSIS IN E. SAMOA. 50
FIJI OFFICIAL TO INVESTIGATE N.Z. MARKETS. 50
YAWS CAMPAIGN IN SAMOA. 50
Advertising 51 , 52

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