Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. II, No. 12 (Jul. 19, 1932)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 40
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
CONTENTS. 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
TOBACCO-GROWING IN THE TERRITORY OF NEW GUINEA. 5 , 6 , 43 , 44
SUBJECTS FOR NEW PAPUAN STAMPS. 7
Morinda Itinerary Altered. 7
WOMAN’S BRAVE ACTION. 7
Gold Find on Upper Wau. 7
BISHOPRIC OF MELANESIA. 7
GOVERNOR JORE Appointment to New Caledonia. 7
THE TOWN BARBER OF APIA. 8
End of Freight War on N, G. Goldfields. 8
WINTER ON NORFOLK ISLAND. 8
Dysentery at Edie Creek. 8
AUSTRALIAN-FIJI COMBINED CRICKET TEAMS. 8
REG. HOCKINGS, O.B.E. Passing of Fine Type of Inlands Merchant. 9
TROPICALTIES 10
Good Gold Returns from Koranga-Bulolo Junction. 10
IN PRAISE OF CAPT. PINNEY. 10
Advertising 10
SALAMAUA DOOMED. New Port Sought For Morobe Goldfield. 11
OUR SECOND BIRTHDAY. 11
Movie-Man on Pitcairn. Filming “Bounty” Scenes. 11
WHALING INDUSTRY. Control Advocated by Zoologist. 11
TONGA EXPECTS GOOD COPEA SEASON. 11
Advertising 11
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 12
EN ROUTE TO PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. 12
JUDGE R. T. GORE. 12
Prospects of Revival in Pearling Industry. 12
Promotion of B. P.’s Norfolk Island Manager, 12
"SICK PAPUA.” N. G. Officials Do Not Like Idea of Amalgamation. 13
MORE PUBLICITY FOR T. I. 13
THE OLD GERMAN TRADING FIRM OF WESTERN SAMOA. 13
The Charm of Port Moresby 14
Advertising 14 , 15
HOW HARTMANN CLIMBED OWEN STANLEY RANGE IN PAPUA. 16 , 17
Activities of N. G. Gold Companies. Bulolo’s Operations. 17
RABAUL’S ELECTRIC LIGHT. 17
“Triona” Strands But Is Refloated. 17
Advertising 17
'THE N. G. LOTTERY.” 18
PROGRESS OF WARIA SYNDICATE. 18
N. G. GOLDFIELDS NEWS. 18
New Australian Freight Service. 18
Advertising 18
ANOTHER WHITE WOMAN IN THE PAPUAN BUSH. 19
Advertising 19
SEARCH FOR EL DORADO IN PAPUA GOES ON. Hundred Years of Successes and Disappointments. 20
Death of Apia Business Man. 20
Advertising 20
AMAZING RELIGIOUS DISTURBANCE IN SOUTHERN GILBERTS. 21
Advertising 21
THE TROCHUS. A Peep Into Its Private Life. 22
Advertising 22
Proposed Anglo-Indian Migration Papua Suggested as Country Ideal for Settlement. 23 , 24
Advertising 23
King’s Birthday Sports at APia. 24
FIJIAN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 24
Advertising 24
EARLY PAPUA. 25
LITTLE ENQUIRY FOR TONGAN BANANAS. 25
Fire Destroys Store at Rarotonga. 25
ORANGE PRICES IN COOK ISLANDS. 25
Advertising 25
WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. Government interested in T. I. Scheme. 26
RACE OF PYGMIES. Papuans with Queer Language. 26
"White Shadow” at Tahiti. 26
Advertising 26
THE LAW IN TONGA. Need for Complete Enforcement. 27
"THE MEN ON THE HILL.” T.I. to Retain its Garrison. 27
Bulolo’s Gold Yield. 27
Advertising 27
THE “BELLATRIX” SAILS FROM PAPEETE. 28
GUINEA GOLD N.L. 28
Tongan Royal Commissions Conclude. 28
Advertising 28
Attracting Tourists to Tahiti. 29
TONGAN PARLIAMENT TO MEET. 29
SAMOA’S BANANA SHIPMENTS. 29
Mr. Alex, Barron. Death at Rarotonga. 29
Advertising 29
A DAY ON THE FULAKORA RIVER, B.S.I. 30
Advertising 30
Japanese and French Warships Visit Suva. 31
MAKING A PLANTATION PAY. 31
SAMOAN NEWS. Further Slump in Copra and Cocoa Prices. 31
Advertising 31
WHY GOARIBARI IS NO LONGER A CANNIBAL. 32
PAPUAN ADMINISTRATOR. 32
N.Z. Olympic Team at Rarotonga. 32
MORRIS HEDSTROM LTD. Annual Meeting at Suva. 32
FIJI FOR THE WINTER. 32
Advertising 32
SUVA WELCOMES AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. 33
COPRA FALL WORRIES SOLOMON ISLANDS PLANTERS. 33
Death of Well-known Rarotonga Resident. 33
Advertising 33
HOW THE WHITE MAN “GOES NATIVE ” 34
Three Acres of Condiment Factory. 34
Koitaki Rubber Ltd. Makes New Preference Issue. 34
O.F. NELSON TO RETURN TO SAMOA. 34
Advertising 34
W. R. CARPENTER & CO. Dividend of 8 PerCent. Maintained. 35
Norfolk Island Trade. 35
Advertising 35
Papuan Exploration 36
New Guinea Notes 36
Advertising 36
NORFOLK IS. EAGERLY AWAITS CAPT. PINNEY. 37
Advertising 37 , 38
Leasing of Samoan Reparation Estates Sir George Richardson Favours Proposal. 38
FIJI LEGISLATIVE WAR. Secretary of State’s Reply to Elected Members. 39
Advertising 39
PACIFIC ISLANDS ASSOCIATION. 40
Advertising 40
Social Notes from Pt. Moresby. 41
British Phosphate Commission. 41
CONDITIONS IN YASAWA GROUP. 41
Advertising 41 , 42
MARINE INDUSTRIES IN TORRES STRAITS. Science to Assist Development. 42
Advertising 43 , 44
PROFIT FROM SHARKS. New Papuan Enterprise. 45
Advertising 45
STEEL MADE INTO WOOL. 45
Advertising 45
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 46
N. I. Stages Pantomime. 46
Sir Murchison Fletcher to Visit Tonga. 46
Thefts from Luggers. T. I. Seamen Victimised. 46
Advertising 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 47
NEW “SOUTHERN CROSS’’ LAUNCHED. 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Quotations 48
THURSDAY IS. NOTES. Trochus in Good Demand. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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