Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IV, No. 9 (Apr. 20, 1934)
Images
52
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 4
Advertising 3
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
“PAY-BACK” IN NEW GUINEA 5 , 6
INTEREST REDUCED New Guinea Mortgages 6
A TREACHEROUS DINGHY 7
HOW BOUNTY’S RUDDER WAS FOUND 7
"COHABITING” 7
LIGHTING PLANT FOR MOAFAGA MISSION, TONGA 8
FORTY YEARS IN NEW GUINEA 8
DREDGING IN PAPUA 8
"BANANA COFFEE"! 8
COPRA PROSPECTS More Optimistic Summary from London 9
STOLE HIS PARTNER’S MONEY 9
“Jock of the Islands” 9
TULAGI BACHELORS How They Cooked Mr. Sherwin’s Fish! 9
INFANT ’GATORS Unusual Photograph 9
TROPICALITIES 10
Advertising 10
OIL VALUES OYER 20 YEARS 11
ATTACKS ON ISLANDS MISSIONS 11
NUKUALOFA EN FETE 218 American Tourists 11
Advertising 11
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 12
Advertising 12
AEROPLANE SENT TO RABAUL 12
PLANTERS GO GOLD SEEKING Experienced Men from Ramu and Sepik, N.G. 13
NATIVE CRIME IN SOLOMONS 13
Advertising 13
Fashion Notes for Islands Women 14
Advertising 14
FLIGHT FROM NEW GUINEA TO SYDNEY 14
SAMOANS TAKE READILY TO BOXING. 15
IMPROVED PORT Wharf and Sheds at Nukualofa 15
Advertising 15
PLANTATIONS FOR SALE 15
Advertising 15
AEROPLANES OR ROAD TRANSPORT? Thorny Problem for N. Guinea Administration 16 , 39
Advertising 16
NEW SLIPWAY AT RABAUL, N.G. 17
NOUMEA-BRISBANE SERVICE 17
FIJI’S TRADE Further Increase in Imports 17
“MIRANI” LEAVES N.G. 17
Advertising 17
MISSION ACTIVITIES IN NEW BRITAIN 18
Advertising 18
PAPUAN NOTES 18
DISAPPEARED! Pukpuk Shooter in New Britain 18
MR. E. F. POWELL End of Adventurous Life 19
Advertising 19
MISSION PRINTERS Good Work by Lutherans in New Guinea 20
Seventh Day Adventists and Native Customs 20
Advertising 20
REV. A. J. SMALL’S WORK IN FIJI 20
PATTESON GETS THERE AT LAST 21
Rearrangement of New Guinea District Services 21
PEANUTS 21
Advertising 21
A CHANCE FOR THE SOUTH SEAS Publicity at the Melbourne Centenary 22
MODERN SAMOA 22
Advertising 22
INGENIOUS FISHERMEN How Papuans Make Catches 22
PURCHASES BY NEW GUINEA AND PAPUA 22
TRAGI-COMEDY OF GOVERNMENT IN TONGA 23
Advertising 23
HULK’S CREW LOST NEAR NOUMEA 23
Advertising 23
FIJIAN MISSIONARIES FOR PAPUA 24
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE 24
Advertising 24
BEFORE 24 , 25
Advertising 25
A DESPISED DIET Argument In the Solomon Islands 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
THE FARCE OF THE “COUNCIL” IN THE SOLOMONS 26 , 27
Advertising 27
MR. E. G. BAKER Farewell to Papua 28
PEARLSHELL AND TROCHUS 28
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE STAFF, PORT MORESBY, PAPUA 28
Advertising 28
How Portuguese Found New Route into Pacific 29
Advertising 29 , 30
IENA SINANA 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
ISLAND GOLD-MINING NOTES 32
The Amorous Project of a Big Nambus How It Made the Fortune of a Cinema Man 33
Advertising 33 , 34
How They Amuse Themselves on the New Guinea Goldfields 34
MISSIONARIES AND TRADERS 34
DISCOVERIES IN CENTRAL NEW GUINEA Detzner, in 1914-18, Penetrated Region Traversed by Taylor and Leahy in 1933 35 , 36
Advertising 35
TERRITORY OF NEW GUINEA Seaplane Transport for the Administration 35
Advertising 35 , 36
A SANCTUARY FOR PRIMITIVE MAN Recent Discoveries in Central New Guinea 37
Advertising 37
A FIJI-BORN INDIAN DEFENDS HIS PEOPLE 38
Advertising 38
RECIPES FOR ISLANDS BACHELORS 38
Advertising 38
BULLION PRODUCTION OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA 39
Advertising 39
ISLANDS RADIO Special Broadcast From Townsville 40
BEER—NO CHEMICALS 40
MT. SISA RECONSTRUCTION 40
BULOLO DREDGE PRODUCTION 40
Advertising 40
PIRACY ADDED TO POACHING Report From New Guinea 41
NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS 41
AN ISLANDS BAPTISM 41
AUSTRALIAN-GROWN RICE 41
GERMANY'S COLONIES 41
Advertising 41
O. F. NELSON TO APPEAL His Treatment in N.Z. Arouses Protest 42
Position Sought 42
Advertising 42
BLOW AT COPRA New American Tax 42
Advertising 42
NOTES FROM NEW GUINEA 43
Advertising 43
BURIED TREASURE Reported Discovery in French Oceania 44
TREASURE-SEEKERS HAPPY But Tahiti Is Left Guessing 44
PAPUA’S EXPORTS 44
Advertising 44
NEW INTER-ISLAND SERVICE From Tahiti Through French Oceania 45
TAHITIAN PRINCE Important Change in the Famous Pomare Family 45
Advertising 45
Cook Islanders in N.Z. 45
Advertising 45
“YANKEE” REPATRIATES PITCAIRNERS Unique Wedding at Sea 46
NATIVE’S SUICIDE Unusual Incident in Rarotonga 46
Advertising 46
N.G. GOLD SHARES 46
Advertising 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Rates 48
ISLANDS PRODUCE 48
Value of English Currency 48
PAPUAN COMMEMORATIVE STAMPS 48
Pacific Island Oranges 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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