Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IV, No. 3 (Oct. 24, 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 HEBRIDES AND AUSTRALIA’S DEFENCE 5 , 6 , 16
PLANTER MENACED BY ALLIGATORS And Administration Seizes Only Gun. 7
PAPUAN SUGAR. Various “Inspections.” 7
N.G. REMEMBERS. September 12 Commemorated. 7
ISOLATED SAMOA. Now No Regular Service With Australia or U.S.A. 7
MODERN MUNCHAUSEN GETS LOOSE IN NEW GUINEA. Lies of Yellow Canadian Journalist Are Amazing and Amusing. 8 , 44
Advertising 8
FRENCH TAX ON COPRA How New System May Be Operated. 9
RAN AWAY WITH PINNACE. N.G. Plantation Labourers. 9
NEW SHIP FOR NEW GUINEA. 9
TROPICAUTIES 10
SWIFT TRANSPORT. But a Long Way Round From Sydney to Suva. 10
Advertising 10
THE TRAGEDY OF AN ISLANDS PRINCESS 11 , 12
EDITORIAL NOTE: 11
Advertising 11
TORRES STRAIT SARDINES Reorganisation of Industry. 12
Advertising 12
SEA TRANSPORT IN SAMOA. Charge That Inter-Island Voyagers Take Undue Risks. 13
Advertising 13
WHERE BRITAIN IS LOSING PRESTIGE France Taking Possession of New Hebrides, at Australia’s Front Door. 14
Advertising 14
NATIVE COPRA. New System In N. Ireland. 14
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE. 14
PACIFIC CURIOS. WANTED TO PURCHASE. 14
FIGHTING SPIRIT IN SAMOA. Too Many Fouls Spoil International Boxing Match. 15
Advertising 15 , 16
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 16
GILBERT AND ELLICE COLONY Mr. J. C. Barley Is New Resident Commissioner. 17
FATAL ACCIDENT IN SAMOA. 17
RIVAL CREEDS. 17
Advertising 17
DRUMS OF MER. Idriess’s New Book About Torres Islands. 18
Advertising 18
STAYED HALF AN HOUR! How Tourist Ship Visited Tanna. 18
HOW COOK ISLANDS BECAME BRITISH Memorable Incident of a Home-made Flag. 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
N.G. PLANTERS’ GRIEVANCES. 20
PROBLEM OF SAVING PRIMITIVE RACES Lessons Derived From Study of Culture-Contact In New Ireland. 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22 , 23 , 24
INDIAN AGITATORS. Demand For Common Roll in Fiji. 24
NEW GUINEA MISSIONS. Property To Be Restored. 24
OLD-TIME CANNIBAL TELLS HIS STORY How Mugarra and his Father Killed and Ate a German. 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
SEPIK GOLD. New Prospectors Extend the Search. 26
MAU DEFIES GENERAL HART STALEMATE CONTINUES IN SAMOA. 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
SHEEP AND CATTLE IN FIJI. 28
PASSION FRUIT FOR LONDON MARKET. 28
SCOPE FOR DEVELOPMENT IN FIJI Are Primary Industries Receiving Due Help From Government? 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
MARCH PAST ON YSABEL B.S.I. Plea for “Strong” Men. 31
PRACTICAL ECONOMICS. 31
THE WHITE MAN’S “CASTES.” 31
Advertising 31
PARIS DELEGATE VISITS FRENCH OCEANIA Thorough Examination of Local Conditions. 32 , 33
Advertising 32
NO LAND FOR N.G. CHINESE. An Official Denial. 33
Advertising 33
DEATHS OF WHITE MISSIONARIES. 34
NORFOLK ISLAND NOTES. 34
Advertising 34
RUBBER-GROWERS ARE RELIEVED. Tobacco Prospects In Papua. 35
FLOOD OF JAPANESE GOODS IN B.S.I. 35
Advertising 35
“TONGANS AND EUROPEANS”-AN IMPLICATION UNWARRANTED 36
Advertising 36
PAPUAN MEDICAL TRAINEES. At Sydney University. 36
FASHION HINTS FOR ISLANDS’ WOMEN. 37 , 38
Advertising 37
NEW GUINEA NOTES 38 , 39
Advertising 38 , 39
Amazing Woman Wins Fortunes in Big Lottery Mme. Zella's Clients have shared £5000’s, £1000’s,£100’s, £50’s, £30’s, £20’s, £5’s 39
NEW GUINEA CUP. Rabaul In Festive Mood. 40
Advertising 40 , 41
VALUE OF RADIO IN PACIFIC. 42
Advertising 42
“BLACK” BOYS LEAVE SAMOA. Plantations Now Worked by Polynesians. 42
SAMOAN PLANTERS’ TROUBLES. 42
N.G. PERSONAL NOTES. 43
NATIVE RUNS AMOK. 43
BOYS’ COLLEGE INSTALS TALKIE INSTALLATION. 43
Advertising 43 , 44
FATAL CRASH NEAR RABAUL. Aviation Co.’s Bad Start. 44
Electrical Outfit for Plantations 44
LARKIN CASE: PLEA FOR REVIEW. 45
NEW GUINEA GOLD. 45
Advertising 45
MYSTERIOUS SHIPS. In the Solomon Islands. 46
ANOTHER MYSTERY SHIP. 46
Advertising 46
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 46
BULOLO DEPOSITS, LTD. Adelaide Directors Resign. 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 47
KAVIENG NOTES. 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Quotations 48
PERSONAL NOTES FROM SAMOA 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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