Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IV, No. 7 (Feb. 20, 1934)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3
Advertising 3
FIJI’S NEW COINS Sir. M. Hedstrom Arrives With Full Set 4
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Copra Production and Unilever Combine 5 , 6
NEW GUINEA GOLD £840,000 Produced In Morobe By Two Companies In 1933 6
450 MILES OF SEASICKNESS! Rabaul Lads’ Love of Cricket 6
ADMINISTRATION Important Conference in Canberra 7
DEAD AT 92 Cornelius Quintal, Pitcairner 7
N.G. and Papua Must Pay Primage 7
UNLAWFUL KILLING N.G. Miner Gets Two Years' Gaol 7
BULOLO DREDGES 7
NEW SLIPWAY OPENED Important Event in N.G. 8
GOVERNOR OF FIJI IN AUSTRALIA 8
CHEAP BEEF! New Calendonia’s Trouble 8
MISSION KETCH DELAYED BY BAD WEATHER 8
Affray in Central Papua 8
NEW GUINEA NOTES 8
15 NATIVES ARRESTED Papuan Officer’s Feat 8
SOLOMON ISLANDS GRIEVANCES 9
GENERAL GRIFFITHS 9
RECIPROCITY WITH TONGA 9
LIGHT DREDGE IN PAPUA 9
CONDUCT OF PAPUAN STUDENTS 9
FIJI AIRWAYS Doubt About Future of Service 9
A CHALLENGE TO UNILEVER N.G. Planters’ Appeal to Australia 9
FIJI COPRA EXPORTS 9
CHARMING COUPLE 10
HONOUR FOR MR. CHINNERY 10
NEW TOBACCO COMPANY IN N.G. 10
Advertising 10
LONDON MARKETS The Copra Position 10
Advertising 10
THE LARKIN CASE 11
NATIVE EXECUTED Sequel to Assault in Port Moresby 11
TOUR OF PACIFIC Liner with 235 Travellers in E. Polynesia 11
AT RAROTONGA 11
Advertising 11
HURRICANE IN COOK ISLANDS 11
Advertising 11
TEOPICALITIES 12
Advertising 12
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE 12
Advertising 12
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 13 , 14
Advertising 13 , 14
END OF MANDATE SYSTEM Japan Clears the Air 14
EUROPEANS LET IN ASIATICS Invasion of Pacific Islands 14
JAPAN IN THE MARSHALLS Truth About “Fortifications” Story 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
SPELLING REFORM FOR FIJIAN LANGUAGE 16
GOLD IN EASTERN PAPUA Move to Develop Misima and Woodlark 16
Advertising 16
U.S.A. IN THE PACIFIC Is Uncle Sam Seeking New Naval Stations? 17
Editorial Note 17
Advertising 17
BRITISH WARSHIP IN PACIFIC 18
Advertising 18
AUSTRALIA’S MAD-HEADED FISCAL POLICY Extraordinary Story of Fiji Bananas 18
FOR THOSE WHO “KILL A TIN” Some Useful Recipes for Islands Residents 19
FIJI’S GOLD Development at Tavua 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
POLICE CARRIERS ATTACKED Affray in Central Papua. 20
PESTS IN B.S.I. Same Remedial Measures 20
Concessions to N.G. Returned-soldier Planters 20
GERMANY AND THE MAU How Shrewd Dr. Solf Avoided Samoan Rising in 1908 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
GERMAN CRUISER IN SAMOA 22
MURDER ALLEGED IN SAMOA 22
MR. 0. F. NELSON IN REPLY 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
Silly Stories About the Islands Old-time Trader Speaks His Mind 24
Advertising 24
LOOKING AFTER OURSELVES IN THE TROPICS Some Hints on Health Matters by a Tropical Medico 25
Advertising 25
DEATH OF MRS. S. R. YOUNG 26
Advertising 26
FIJI INDIANS “A Problem and a Curse” 26
INSOLENT NATIVES N.G. Goldfields Cases 26
"TREAT NATIVES RIGHT” "Charlie" Ward's Experience 27
ISOLATED POWER PLANT IN NEW CALEDONIA 27
Advertising 27 , 28
PERSONAL NOTES FROM NEW GUINEA 28
Advertising 28
BETTER ORANGES New Laws Cause Stir In Cook Is. 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
PROGRESS ON NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELD 30
SAMOAN PRODUCERS Facing a Lean Season 30
SAMOAN COCOA Question of World Parity 30
THE MAU CASES IN SAMOA 31 , 33
Advertising 31 , 32
ISLANDS PRODUCE 33
Advertising 33
CONDITIONS IN FRENCH OCEANIA New Governor Gives Inspiring Lead 34
Advertising 34
Fashion Notes for Island Women 35
Advertising 35
NEW GUINEA CRICKET Wau Defeats Rabaul 36
FROM DUBBO TO RABAUL 36
Advertising 36
5000 N.G. NATIVES AT MALAGENE 36
Trading Hours in Cook Is. 36
Administrator of Western Samoa 36
DAVUILEVU TRAINING COLLEGE. 37
VANIKORO TIMBER South African Ships Provide Australian Connection 37
TWO ISLANDERS MISSING 37
GERMAN JOURNALIST IN RABAUL Arrives from Japanese Islands 37
Advertising 37
NEW GOLDFIELD IN NEW GUINEA Between Wau and Edie Creek 38
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHARE MARKET 38
AROUND MILNE BAY. 38
Advertising 38
Market Quotations Range of Prices 39
ALL QUIET IN TAHITI 39
Advertising 39
Exchange Rates 40
Value of English Currency 40
“MALAITA” MAKES GOOD IMPRESSION 40
Advertising 40
Shipping Services in the Pacific Sydney—Papua—New Guinea Sydney—Norfolk Island—New 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42 , 43 , 44

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