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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. 11 (Jun. 23, 1932)
Pages
52
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
CONTENTS. 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
THE FUTURE OF THE NEW HEBRIDES. 5 , 6
FRENCH TERRITORIES IN PACIFIC. 5
GENERAL WISDOM RETIRES. General Griffith goes to Rabaul. 7
MALINOA FINISHED. To Become Hulk In Port Vila. 7
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE. 7
FUTURE OF COPRA IS "OBSCURE.” 8
MR. REG. HOCKINGS. Death at Makassar. 8
“PAT,” OF THE TROBRIANDS. 8
ALSATIAN DOGS NOW PROHIBITED IN PAPUA. 8
MORE CHINESE LEAVE APIA. 9
PHOSPHATE FROM CENTRAL PACIFIC. 9
KUKU 9
U S.A. Sloop Visits Nukualofa. 9
TROPICALITIES 10
Advertising 10
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 11
Fire Destroys Apia Home. 11
TONGAN EXCHANGE POSITION IS PUZZLING. 11
Advertising 11
FIJI’S STRONG TRADE POSITION. 12
PACIFIC ISLANDS ASSOCIATION. 12
Advertising 12
EARLY PAPUA. An Old Newspaper and a Remarkable Coincidence. 13
Solomon Islands Treasurer Honoured by King. 13
Advertising 13
THE HURRICANE IN THE NEW HEBRIDES. 14
Anzac Day on Nauru 14
Legal Commissioner for New Hebrides. 14
WAR ON PENTECOST. Fighting Between Mission Boys and “Bushies.” 14
“LA VICTOIRE.” Wrecked at Mallicolo. 14
WEDDING AT MISIMA. 14
Advertising 14 , 15
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUA DISPLAY PANIC AT THE THOUGHT OF BECOMING BEDFELLOWS. 16
Advertising 16
ADVISORY COUNCIL. Early Constitution Likely in New Guinea. 16
LEGISLATIVE WAR. Is Fiji Council “Picking a Fight with the Governor.” 17
Eingt Natives Killed in Papuan Massacre. 17
Advertising 17
Ships of New Design for Territory Trade. Coal-Burners to be Laid Up. 18
Advertising 18
SUGARGROWING. N.Z. Syndicate in Papua 18
Advertising 18
CROCODILE SKINS. Auctioned in Melbourne. 18
COOK IS. WATER SERVICE. 18
REV. F. J. BATON. Devoted Missionary Returns to New Hebrides. 19
TAHITI MAIL SUBSIDY. Withdrawal from Union Co. Rumoured. 19
Advertising 19
COST OF RUNNING A N. GUINEA PLANTATION. 20
Advertising 20
SWEDISH SHIPS CALL AT PAPEETE. 20
Advertising 20
Phosphate Commissioner Inspects Nauru Workings. 21
Annual Meeting of L.M.S. in Samoa. 21
WHITES AND NATIVES. Records of Crime for New Guinea. 21
Death of Samoan Native Official. 21
Advertising 21 , 22
Tahiti Becomes “Movie-Minded” Amusing Sidelights of Fairbanks’ Visit. 22
SAMOAN PRODUCTS. Prices Weaken for Copra, Bananas and Cocoa. 22
COLONEL BENNETTS DEPARTURE ENDS DISTURBED SITUATION ON NORFOLK IS 23
Advertising 23
O. F. NELSON AND NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT. 24 , 25
Advertising 24
PAPUA’S FINANCES. REVIEW FOR 1930-31. 25
Copra Prospects in Tonga. 25
PEARLING INDUSTRY. Signs of Revival in Tahiti. 25
Advertising 25
NORFOLK ISLAND HAS ITS TROUBLES. Captain Finney’s Big Task. 26
Advertising 26
PAPUAN SUGAR AND WILD CATS. 27
ISLAND STAMPS. New Papuan Series. 27
Advertising 27
WAU TO PT. MORESBY. Permanent ’Plane Service. 28
Advertising 28
HOW FORTUNES WERE MADE AND LOST IN AND ABOUT NEW GUINEA. 28 , 29
TE ARIKI TAVARE. Old Chief’s Death. 29
Advertising 29
The New Papuan Modern Example of Evolution. 30
Advertising 30
SAMOA AND “POLARITY” 31
NAURU’S ADMINISTRATOR. 31
PAPUAN COFFEE YIELD. 31
Advertising 31
SHALL MR. COWLEY, OF TONGA, BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY? 32
Advertising 32
Energetic Cook Islanders. 32
SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS IN COOK ISLANDS 32
SAMOAN SETTLERS’ PETITION FOR LEASING OF REPARATION ESTATES. 33
New Guinea Cricket. Rabaul Dfeats Kavieng. 33
FRENCH STEAMERS FOR APIA. Possible Extension by Messageries. 33
Advertising 33
BLIGH AND THE DARNLEY ISLANDERS. Peep Into History of Well-known Torres Strait Island 34
Advertising 34
VALUE OF NEW GUINEA. Gold Production and Total Administration Cost. 35
Petrol Bowsers Appear in Papeete. 35
Record Copra Shipment. 35
SOLOMONS’ COPRA. Reduction in Output. 35
Advertising 35
NORFOLK ISLAND WANTS TWO MARKETS. Morinda’s Itinerary. 36
Advertising 36
International Courtesies in Samoa. 36
Another Sugar Plan. For the Solomons. 36
Solomon Islands Attractive to American Millionaires. 36
Advertising 36
ASIATICS FOR SOLOMONS. 37
Bulolo’s Gold Yield. 37
Advertising 37
SAMOAN PLANTERS MEET. 38
Advertising 38
THE BANANA. Its Behaviour and Diseases in Storage and Transport. 38 , 39
Samoan Administrator and Man Members Meet at Social. 39
BAD STATE OF TONG AN ROADS. 39
Advertising 39
GUINEA AIRWAYS REDUCE RATES AND ANNOUNCE LARGER PROFITS. 40
Advertising 40
SIR HUBERT MURRAY, 40
A LITIGIOUS TANGLE. 40
Banana Prospects in Tonga, 40
ONE WAY OUT. Mr. W. R. Carpenter Discusses a World Problem. 41
Fiji Seeks Lower Freights said Fares. 41
Advertising 41
POWER FUEL DISTRIBUTION IN PACIFIC. 42
News from Tahiti. 42
Cook Islands Have Many Sportsmen 43
Fire Destroys Tahiti Residence. 43
Some Pertinent Questions from Tonga 43
Advertising 43
NOTES FROM THE SOLOMONS. 44
Advertising 44
PACIFIC RECIPES. 44
Advertising 44
N.G. Director of Agriculture Returns from Profitable Tour. 44
PROPERTY IN SAMOA. Big Depreciation in Value. 44
BURNS, PHILP, LTD. Year’s Profit Falls Only Slightly Despite Economic Depression. 45
NEW GUINEA EXPORTS. 45
Advertising 45
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 46
TONGAN RESIDENT MISSING. 46
Popular Cook Islands Wedding. 46
JAVA BEANS. Growth of Trade Between Papua and Australia. 46
Sports in Western Samoa. 46
Advertising 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 47
Thefts in Samoa. Two Arrests Made. 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Quotations 48
PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH SEAS. Further Fall in Copra Prices. 48
C.W.A. Activities on Thursday Island. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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