Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IV, No. 8 (Mar. 16, 1934)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 4
Advertising 3 , 4
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
CONCERNING MONOPOLIES 5 , 6
CO. TO INVESTIGATE BANKS IS. SULPHUR 6
MEMORIAL NOTICE 6
PAPUAN PLANTATION SOLD 6
MIDNIGHT POUNCE ON VILLAGE How Papuan Official Took 15 Murderers and Marched Them 250 Miles 7 , 8
Death of Mr. E. H. Pybus of B.S.I. 8
AUTOMOBILE CLUB IN RABAUL 8
RELIEF FOR COPRA PRODUCERS 8
“THE LONGING” Sea-wanderers Seek a Care-free Land 8
AMALGAMATION 8
TAHITIAN STOWAWAYS ON ANTARCTIC SHIP 8
AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC ADMINISTRATORS CONFER AT CANBERRA 9
TONGA'S FINANCE Improvement on 1932 10
HER THIRD ATTEMPT 10
Fashion Notes for Island Women 10
Advertising 10
CLASHES WITH NEW GUINEA NATIVES Official Police Kill 19 When Seeking Murderers in “Uncontrolled” Areas 11 , 12 , 13
Advertising 11 , 12
How McGrath was Killed 13
A Profitable Industry Ended Tahiti Mourns Last Load of Bootleg Whisky 13
Advertising 13
TROPICALITIES 14
Advertising 14
HOLDEN’S AIR TRANSPORT 14
Advertising 14
ON SUNNY NORFOLK ISLAND Macdhui Shows Them How-Some Distinguished Visitors – and a Perfect Yacht 15
Advertising 15 , 16
PAPUAN NEWS 16
WHITTEN BROS., LTD. Port Moresby Store Sold 16
M.V. MALAITA ON SYDNEY-SOLOMONS-RABAUL RUN 17
Religious Difficulties in Solomons 17
DEVELOPMENTS IN PAPUA 17
Advertising 17
COOL HILL STATION FOR TAHITI Tourist Association Has Energy and Initiative 18
Advertising 18
“CO-HABITING” 18
REV. M. K. GILMOUR Respected Missionary Retires 19
AFFRAY ON “NAURU CHIEF” 19
Advertising 19
JAPANESE SHELL POACHERS How Evil Has Grown In and Around Torres Straits 20
Northern Shell Beds Ruined 20
Advertising 20
ZANE GREY IN TAHITI SEEKING A RECORD 20
Australian Prospectors to Search Dutch N.G. 20
STRAIN OF GOVERNMENT IN TONGA 21
AN ISLANDS ROMANCE New Novel Has Papuan Setting 21
SEAPLANE SERVICE FOR RABAUL 21
Advertising 21
WHAT NATIVE CADDIES CAN DO 22
Advertising 22
A RECENT WEDDING IN NEW GUINEA 22
BUYERS VERSUS GROWERS New Phase of Old War in Cook Is. 22
Hon. H. Champion, C.B.E. Fine Record of Senior Papuan Official 23
COMBATING CRUEL RITES Missionary’s Work In New Britain 23
Advertising 23
THEIR AMAZING LUCK! How Four Women Were Rescued 24
Advertising 24
FINANCIAL CRISIS IN NEW HEBRIDES French Government Anxious About Commitments 24
“TAGUA” IN TAHITI 24
Advertising 24
WEDDING AT LAE 25
PAPUAN PLANTERS A Plea for Some Relief Measures 25
NEW BRITAIN PLANTERS ORGANISE 25
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE APPOINTMENTS—PERM. STAFF. 25
Advertising 25
TUNG OIL Cultivation In America 26
Advertising 26
HURRICANE IN N. HEBRIDES 26
FIJI BANANA TRADE Australian Attitude More Reasonable 26
COCOA GROWERS’ CONFERENCE 26
PT. MORESBY INVADED BY AIR Cricketers and Tennisers From Wau, T.N.G. 27
Scientific Study in New Hebrides 27
Advertising 27 , 28
OTHER CROPS Copra-growers Seeking an Alternative 28
NAVIGATION DEVICES 28
Advertising 28
ECONOMIES! 29
PORTABLE TRANSMITTER Operates Successfully in N.G. 29
“SUNSHINE’S” SUCCESSES. 29
Advertising 29
NEW PATROL OFFICER 30
Advertising 30
GOOD AND BAD COFFEE Chance to Assist Planters 30
High Commissioner for West Pacific Deals in Sydney with Solomons' Affairs 31
Advertising 31
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 32 , 33
Advertising 32 , 33
TREASURE SEEKERS Well-Equipped Expedition Leaves Tahiti 33
NEW GUINEA PERSONAL NOTES 34
Advertising 34
GOLD IN E. PAPUA 34
Advertising 34
N. GUINEA LAWS Some Important Changes 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
FOR SALE 36
SOUTH SEAS FICTION 36
MOSQUITOES CHECKED 36
Papuan Medical Students Return 36
DREDGE PLANS IN PAPUA 37
BANISHED FOR TEN YEARS Mr. O. F. Nelson, of Samoa, Guilty of Sedition 37
Advertising 37
ANTI-UNILEVER The New Guinea Campaign 38
Advertising 38
Notes from New Guinea 38
B.P. Magazine for March 38
Advertising 38
Market Quotations Range of Prices 39
Advertising 39
Exchange Rates 40
ISLANDS PRODUCE 40
Value of English Currency 40
FIJI PINEAPPLES 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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