Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IV, No. 4 (Nov. 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
COPRA AND WORLD EXCHANGE 5 , 6
CO-ORDINATION. Four Australian Tropical Administrators To Confer In Canberra. 6
SEAPLANE CRASH NEAR RABAUL. Mrs. Graham Mirfield Killed. 7
EDUCATED NAURUANS. Interesting Community. 7
PRIMAGE ANOMALY Papuan and N. Guinea Produce Taxed. 7
NEW GOLD DREDGE FOR PAPUA. May Solve Problems of Transport and Motive Power. 8
SIR HUBERT MURRAY. 8
MINISTER FOR THE TERRITORIES. 8
FRENCH COPRA TAX Action In Australia. 9
DIED ON THE JOB. Sudden Death of a Well-known A.R.M. 9
10 PER CENT. “CUT.” 9
THE “LEPER STONES” OF FIJI. 9
FIJI SEAPLANES Promoters of New Service Reported to be Disappointed. 9
EXAGGERATED REPORTS. 9
TROPICAUTIES 10
Advertising 10
ORANGE BLOSSOMS IN NEW HEBRIDES. 11
SOUTH SEAS FICTION. What the Public Buy. 11
ODE TO A “STRAWBERRY BOX.” (Written at sea, aboard s.s. M-) 11
Advertising 11
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 12 , 13
Advertising 12
BULOLO’S FIRST DIVIDEND. 13
YAMS FLOURISH IN AUSTRALIA. 13
Advertising 13
BAD RESULTS OF PAMPERING SOLOMONS NATIVES Four Serious Assaults. Labourers Insolent. Punishment Is Not Adequate. 14 , 15
Advertising 14
NEW MELANESIAN MISSION SHIP. Arrives in Solomons. 15
MARRIAGE. 15
Advertising 15
SHARKS AND CHEESE. N.I. Plans.-Two New Industries. 16
Advertising 16
OPERATED WITHOUT MISHAP. Lae-Pt. Moresby Regular Air Service. 16
OLD FRENCH CRUISER GOES HOME. 16
Advertising 16
MR. E. PURCELL COHEN Death of Highly Esteemed Commercial Man. 17
Advertising 17
FASHION HINTS FOR ISLANDS’ WOMEN. 18
Advertising 18
KNUCKLE-DUSTERS TABU. 18
BACK TO HIS OLD CUSTOMS! Samoan Natives’ Answer to Depression. 19
B.N.G. CO.’S ACCOUNTS. 19
N.G. PATROL OFFICERS. 19
Advertising 19
HOW GAMBUSIA WERE INTRODUCED INTO SOUTH SEAS Larva e-Eating Fish Check Mosquito Breeding. 20
Advertising 20
EARLY NUMBERS OF P.I.M. 20
ENGAGEMENT. Tongan Girl and Swedish Officer. 21
ROMANTIC TAHITI Interesting Scraps of History. 21
Advertising 21
MURDER OF CLARIES AND NAYLOR Vigorous Defence of T.N.G. Officials Concerned. 22
Advertising 22
CRUISE OF DOVE Tragic Expedition Which Found Madang. 23
FIJI’S TRADE. Australia s Favoured Position. 23
Advertising 23
GERMANY’S DEMAND FOR RETURN OF HER COLONIES 24 , 25
Advertising 24
LITTLE CRIME IN TAHITI Exaggerated Reports Resented. 25
Advertising 25
THIRD DREDGE NOW OPERATING IN NEW GUINEA 26
Advertising 26
BULOLO DREDGE PRODUCTION. 26
“MERRY CHRISTMAS, SALAMAUA!” 27
OCEAN CRUISES. A Plea for Samarai. 27
MOTORS IN THE SOUTH SEAS Remarkable Transformation In Last Twenty Years. 27
Advertising 27
THE BANANA Interesting History of Staple Pacific Food. 28
Advertising 28
GRANTS FOR PAPUA. Request to Australia. 28
JAPAN IN THE PACIFIC. A Little Sane Reasoning to Offset Sensation-mongers. 29
“PHENOMENAL!” Efficiency of N.G. Aerial Services. 29
Advertising 29
CHARGE OF LIBEL. Tahiti Resident and Islands Book. 30
Advertising 30
PSYCHOLOGY IN RELATION TO NATIVE ADMINISTRATION. 30
PACIFIC CURIOS. WANTED TO PURCHASE. 30 , 31
N.G. Public Service. 31
REVIEW OF N. GUINEA GOLD INDUSTRY. A Valuable Book. 31
Advertising 31
OFFICIALS ON LEAVE. What Steamers May They Travel By? 32
Advertising 32
MISIMA’S GOLD. Pratten Interests Enter Promising Field. 32
POPULATION PROBLEMS. Useful Book By Official Anthropologist. 33
THE WHITE MAN’S “PAPER.” And the Village Constable. 33
N.I. FOR TOURISTS AND INVALIDS. 33
Advertising 33
HOW BUSH KANAKAS BECOME RADIO-STATION SERVANTS 34
Advertising 34
NATIVE TRADING IN N.G. 34
AUSTRALIA ASKED TO HELP BRITISH IN NEW HEBRIDES. 35
Advertising 35
NEW GUINEA NOTES. 36 , 37
Advertising 36
CHILD WELFARE IN RAROTONGA. 37
AERIAL TRANSPORT COSTS FOR N.G. GOVERNMENT, 37
Advertising 37
SEEKING GOLD IN NEW GUINEA. Mining Experts In Unmapped Country. 38
Advertising 38
FOREIGNERS UNWELCOME. In Japan’s Mandated Islands. 38
QUEUED UP FOR LIQUOR! Ridiculous System In Norfolk Island. 38
Advertising 38
PAPUA ANSWERED. (Being a reply to “Unconquered Papua,’’ August, 1933.) 39
GOLD IN FIJI. Production on Viti and Vanua Levu. 39
BANKING IN NEW GUINEA. 39
Advertising 39
PAPUAN TOBACCO Growers of Good Leaf Looking Towards Australian Market. 40
Advertising 40
SYDNEY HOME FOR SCHOOLBOYS. 40
POLICE ACT. Arrests and Raids in Western Samoa. 40
AN ACRIMONIOUS EXCHANGE Mau Leader and American Journalist. 41
MR. NELSON, MR. GREENE AND N.Z. GOVERNMENT. 41
Advertising 41
FAREWELL AND WELCOME PARTY. 42
Advertising 42
ECONOMIC BLIZZARD STRIKES WESTERN SAMOA Cocoa Price Falls From £5O to £7/10/- Per Ton. 42
INDIAN PROBLEM IN FIJI. Commercial Man’s Pessimistic Summary. 43
RARE N.G. BIRDS. For Sydney Zoo. 43
Advertising 43
NEW TARIFF FOR FIJI. How Deficit Was Caused and How Provided For. 44
Advertising 44
FIJI’S NEW COINS. Canoe and Turtle In Designs. 44
FREE AIR-MAIL TO N.G. GOLDFIELDS. 44
SYDNEY-FIJI-TONGAAUCKLAND. S.S. “Waipahi” Replaces the “Karetu.” 44
Advertising 44
LIGHTING PLANT PRICES. 44
Advertising 44
N. GUINEA GOLD! Forecast of Important Developments. 45
PAPUA’S £6,000 Relief In The Territory. 45
Rubber-growers Lose Half Bonus. 45
Advertising 45
A FAMOUS CLERIC AND SCIENTIST. REV. W. H. MACFARLANE. 46
Advertising 46
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 46
PAPUAN PROSPECTING. 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Quotations 48
Value of English Currency. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49
OTHER ISLANDS PRODUCE. 50
Advertising 50 , 51 , 52

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