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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. 9 (Apr. 23, 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
SHOULD WE CONTROL FURTHER ASIATIC IMMIGRATION IN SOUTH PACIFIC? 5 , 6
“OLD BILL” OF PAPUA. A Goldfields Memory. 7
AN AVIATOR IN NEW GUINEA. 7
POLYNESIA. 7
NEW ADMINISTRATOR FOR ROMANTIC NORFOLK ISLAND. 8 , 9
WAU TO SYDNEY IN SEVEN DAYS. 9
“FIJI BANANAS!” A Pitt Street Incident 9
TROPICALITIES 10 , 11
Advertising 10
RESULTS AT BULOLO. 11
Goldfields Executives. 11
INTER-ISLAND SHIPS. Services Re-arranged. 11
KNOWN FOR 60 YEARS. 11
GOLD PROSPECTING. lon Idriess’s New Book. 11
CAMPAIGN AGAINST YAWS. Generous Assistance of Rockefeller Foundation. 11
Advertising 11
CAPTAIN MOODY FLIES 20,000 MILESAERIAL TOUR IN NEW GUINEA. 12
DEATH OF D. M. FORSYTH Well-known New Guinea Planter. 13
CRICKET BALL THROWING Where Natives Excel. 13
Advertising 13
PRICE OF COPRA AND EXCHANGE. 14
COPRA PRICES IN NEW GUINEA. 14
Advertising 14
AUTHOR OF “WHITE SHADOWS” IS DEAD. Picturesque Career of Frederick O’Brien. 15
Advertising 15
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 16
A ROMANCE THAT FELL FLAT! 16
Advertising 16
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN TAHITI. Making a South Seas Film. 17
NEW CALEDONIA. Appointment of New Governor. 17
WHAT A THIRST! 17
COPRA PRICES IN N.G. 17
Advertising 17
THURSDAY IS. NOTES. 18
Advertising 18
NEW ERA IS OPENED IN NEW GUINEA. 19 , 20 , 21
Advertising 19 , 20
Further Testing of Bulolo Flats. 21
FIRST YIELD HIGHLY SATISFACTORY. 21
Advertising 21
ELEPHANTIASIS 22 , 23
Advertising 22
WHEN BEANS ARE PLENTIFUL. Hint for Islands Housekeepers. 23
SAMOAN REPARATION ESTATES Dissolution Anticipated. 23
ISLANDS NEWSPAPERS. 23
Advertising 23
RABAUL’S SPECIAL APPEAL TO TOURING AUSTRALIANS. 24
Advertising 24
PAPUAN SUGAR. Progress of Sangara Scheme. 25
Advertising 25
OBSCENE BOOKS. Religious Argument Led to Public Prosecution in Fiji. 26
PACIFIC RECIPES—No. 3. Bridge Party Cup. 26
Copra Prices Rise 40 per cent, at Apia. 26
“MENDANA” WRECKED IN SOLOMONS. 26
Advertising 26
REMARKABLE CONTROVERSY ABOUT MISSIONS AND TRADE. 27 , 28
Missionaries and Traders. Is Jealousy Root Cause of Antagonism? 28 , 29
Advertising 28 , 29
THE PROBLEM OF THE NATIVE DEBTOR. 29
Advertising 29
NOT HELD UP! Reply from N.I. 30
N.G. GOLDFIELDS Progress at Golden Ridges. 30
SMALL SETTLERS IN DIFFICULTIES IN SAMOA 30
Advertising 30
AERIAL FREIGHT WAR. Developments on New Guinea Goldfields. 31
Advertising 31
SOLOMON ISLANDS. 31
Advertising 31
NORFOLK ISLAND. Plea for Second Medical Man—Lack of Tourist Publicity. 32
New Gold Company for New Guinea. 32
Advertising 32
SAMOAN NEWS BUDGET. 33
Advertising 33
IS THERE GOLD IN THE SOLOMONS? 34
SAMOAN TRADE. Figures Show Big Fall SMALL COCOA EXPORTS. 34
Norfolk Island Trade. 34
“TINEA.” Common Disease in Tropics 34
ANTHROPOLOGY Mr. W. C. Groves to Do Research Work in N.G. 35
COOK IS. NOTES NO HURRICANE THIS YEAR. 35
Advertising 35
P.I. ASSOCIATION MEETS AT DINNER. 36
Advertising 36
HOW ECONOMIC DEPRESSION AFFECTS SELF-CONTAINED PACIFIC TERRITORY. 37 , 38
Advertising 37
CONSTRUCTIVE POLICY SUGGESTED. 38
TONGA’S ECONOMIC CONDITION. 38 , 39 , 40
Advertising 38 , 39
Savaii Government Centre Changed to Tuasivi. 40
Earthquake in Fiji. 40
PRESENT and PRE-WAR EXPENDITURE in SAMOA Interesting Comparison Emphasises Economic Difficulties. 40
Advertising 40
ROAD OR AEROPLANES FOR MOROBE? Wau Resident also Discusses Potential Value of the Sepik Area. 41 , 42
Advertising 41
NEW CALEDONIAN TOURIST TRAFFIC. 42
AUCKLAND PROTESTS STRONGLY AGAINST PLAN TO ELIMINATE ISLANDS STEAMER. 42 , 43
Advertising 42
TAHITI NOTES. 43
PHENOMENAL RAIN IN RAROTONGA. 43
Advertising 43
AN ISLAND PRINCESS. The Tragedy of Bleak Campbell Island. 44
Advertising 44
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 45
Advertising 45
AUSTRALIAN-SAMOANS CELEBRATE BRIDGE OPENING. 45
Advertising 45
SAMOAN BANANA SHIPMENT Heavy Losses Incurred. 46
Advertising 46
Ice – Chests for the islands. New Self-contained Units. 46
Advertising 46
Exchange Quotations 47
PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH SEAS. EXCHANGE FLUCTUATIONS UPSET COPRA MARKET. 47
Advertising 47
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 48
SAMOAN ECONOMY CAMPAIGN. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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