Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IV, No. 1 (Aug. 22, 1933)
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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
NEW WORLD POLICY AFFECTS THE PACIFIC TERRITORIES 5 , 6 , 7
FIJI AIRWAYS. Freight and Passengers. 7
AN AERIAL PIONEER. 7
DREDGING SCHEME. English Capital for N. Guinea. 7
GOLD-MINING PROGRESS IN NEW GUINEA. 7
“The Pacific Islands Monthly” Thanks Its Readers 7
FRENCH WARSHIP “ALDEBARAN.” 7
IS IT STALEMATE IN SAMOA? 8
THE CONSTABULARY OF FIJI. 9
TUBA WITH A “KICK.” Torres Strait Problem. 9
JAPANESE DIVERS RESUME. 9
ECONOMY IN SAMOA. Much Retrenchment. 9
RABAUL AIRWAYS. New Service for New Guinea. 9
FRED. DECKERT’S “BITZA.” 10
Advertising 10
COCONUT CRABS. “Latro Birgas” Is an Interesting Gentleman. 10
HON. G. W. GUTTRIDGE. Departure for London. 10
NEW GOVERNOR AT TAHITI. 10
AIAGAIRI. 11
Advertising 11
TROPICALITIES 12
LATE NEWS FROM SAMOA 12
Advertising 12
ANOTHER PITCAIRNER PASSES. 13
DEATH OF HIGH CHIEF AFAMASAGA. Picturesque Career Ends. 13
H.M.S. DUNEDIN ON ISLANDS CRUISE 13
“JOHN WILLIAMS V.” 13
Advertising 13
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 14
Advertising 14
ORANGE PARADOX. Big Fruit Not Wanted. 14
MINISTER’S TOUR IN NEW GUINEA. 15
PAPUAN COUNCIL. Ceaseless Search for Revenue. 15
Advertising 15
ERRATIC LIGHTS. 16
Advertising 16
SOLOMON ISLANDS DEVELOPMENT CO. 16
A POPULAR MATRON. 17
HOW WAR STARTED AN INDUSTRY. 17
Advertising 17
TUNG OIL TREE. Result of Tests in New South Wales. 18
Advertising 18
FIJI CONDITIONS. 18
TRAGIC DEATH. W. A. Wilson Shot at Penrhyn Island. 19
ROUGH AND READY JUSTICE. 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE. 20
UNCCNQUERED PAPUA. 20
HELPING OUT THE ISLANDS’ PLANTER, 21
NEW GUINEA TRADE AGENCY. Federal Government Department. 21
Advertising 21
W. R. CARPENTER & CO. Dividend Rate Unaltered. 22
“BULLETIN’S” COMMENT. 22
Advertising 22
CHARGE THAT NEW GUINEA NATIVES ARE RESTLESS AND DANGEROUS. Details Placed Before Adminstrator. 23
Advertising 23
FIFTY YEARS IN PAPUA. MR. A. C.ENGLISH 24
Advertising 24
CHINAMAN STABS HALFCASTE WIFE. 24
PRAISE FOR N.G. SERVICE. 24
ANCIENT STONE. Archaeological Theories. 25
COST OF RUBBER RESTRICTION. 25
KING HONOURS NATIVE CHIEF. 25
Advertising 25
PAPUA, PUBLICITY AND PATROLS 26
Advertising 26
TAHITIAN ROBBERS. Escaped Prisoners Cause Alarm. 27
ANOTHER WORD FROM PAPUA. 27
A FREAK. 27
FIJI-AUSTRALIAN TRADE. 27
Advertising 27 , 28
NEW GUINEA PIONEER PASSES. Death of W. R. Louri. 28
MANGAIANS INVADE RAROTONGA. Islands Cricket Interlude. 28
ROMANTIC HISTORY OF E. W. GURR. Man Who Fought for Samoan Freedom. 29 , 30
Advertising 29
Samoan Trade Figures for 1932. 30
Advertising 30
SWEDISH WRITER’S VISIT TO SAMOA. Praise for the Germans. 30 , 31
FRENCH WARSHIP’S VISIT. 31
ECHO OF 1880. Survivor of De Rays’ Expedition Dead. 31
SULPHUR DEPOSITS. Investigation In Vanua Lava, New Hebrides. 31
Advertising 31 , 32
MOSQUITO CONTROL. “Megarhinus” Is Proved To Be Useless. 32
THIEVING PROBLEM SOLVED. 32 , 33
Advertising 32
TAHITI NOTES. 33
EARL OF BEAUCHAMP AT TAHITI. 33
Advertising 33
RABAUL SOLICITOR CONVICTED. Caught After “Going Bush” for Week. 34
Advertising 34
THE WATER UNDER YOUR KEEL. Useful Device for Mariners. 34
“TIN CANOE’’ AT COOK ISLANDS. 34
NEW GUINEA NOTES. 35
Advertising 35
MEDAL FOE GALLANTRY. 35
Advertising 35
TELEPATHY—OR WHAT? 35
CINEMA ON “MACDHUI.” 35
NORFOLK ISLAND EAGER FOR TOURISTS. 36
Advertising 36
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE. 36
TWELVE OFFICIALS IN ONE. Busy Teachers of Torres Straits, 37
PERSONAL NOTES FROM SAMOA. 37
Advertising 37
SAMOA NOTES. 38
Advertising 38
Federal Government in Pursuit of Canadian Lie. 38
Advertising 38
TAHITI EN FETE. Celebration of France’s National Day. 39
THE CHURCH IN TORRES STRAITS. 39
PAPUAN EXPORTS. 39
Advertising 39
DENTISTRY IN SAMOA. 40
GOLDFIELDS PROGRESS. 40
Advertising 40
COPRA. A Very Dead Market. 41
IMPROVING THURSDAY ISLAND. 41
Advertising 41
PEARLSHELL AND TROCHUS SHELL. 42
Advertising 42
INDIAN PROBLEM IN FIJI. Logic of the Continued Demand for Common Roll. 42 , 43
Advertising 42
COOK ISLANDS. 43
Advertising 43
SAVING COOK IS. BABIES. 43
Sydney—as Seen by an Incoming Islander. 44
Advertising 44
NEW GUINEA AERIAL SERVICES. The Government Contract. 45
MILLION A YEAR! Mandated Territory Gold. 45
THE WHITE MAN’S “CASTES.” Pertinent Comment from Polynesia. 45
Advertising 45
ROTTEN ORANGES! Pacific Fruit Trade Is a Gamble. 46
Advertising 46
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 47
Coffee and Kapok. 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Quotations 48
Value of English Currency. 48
OTHER ISLANDS PRODUCE. 48
FOODSTUFFS FOR TAHITI. Is Australasian Trade Likely to Suffer. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49
FENCED OFF! 50
Advertising 50 , 51 , 52

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