Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IV, No. 11 (Jun. 22, 1934)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC TRAVELLERS 3 , 55
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
THE FUTURE OF ISLANDS PLANTING 5 , 6
MISSIONARIES IN COMPETITION Deplorable Race for Interior of New Guinea 7
BULOMINSKI’S FRIEND IS DEAD 7
FIJI’S TRADE Slight Decline in Imports and Exports 7
MR. O. F. NELSON 7
PUBLICITY FOR NEW CALEDONIA 7
PAPUAN PLANTER ATTACKED R. M. Bunting Injured in Serious Affray 8
TAHITI’S TREASURESEEKERS 8
RECENT FIRE AT KAVIENG, NEW GUINEA 8
ORANGE TRADE Proposed State Market Board Creates Stir in N.Z. 8
SMALL STEAMERS LAID UP 8
COPRA SLUMP F.M.S. Committee to Study Malayan Position 9
U.S.A. COPRA TAX Latest Development in Washington 9
Two Cents Philippines Preference an “Empty Gesture” 9 , 10
“TIARE TAPORO” AT SEA AGAIN 10
HISTORIC GUILLOTINE 10
STORY OF THE BOUNTY Three Books and a Film 10
PAPEETE'S GROWTH A New Suburb 10
GUEST HOUSE AT EDIE CREEK 10
YODDA GOLDFIELD New Company Active in Papua 11
FRENCH TARIFF ON SOAPS 11
SIX DAYS ADRIFT Fijians Without Food or Water 11
WIRELESS LICENSE FEES “Papuan Courier’ Makes Strong Protest 11
TROPICALITIES 12 , 13
Advertising 12
WOOING TOURISTS Hotels for Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands 13
Advertising 13
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14 , 15 , 16
Advertising 14 , 15 , 16
Education of Pacific Islands Children 16
A WEDDING AT PORT MORESBY. 17
OSMIRIDIUM IN PAPUA 17
AIR MAIL 17
Advertising 17
MR. ZANE GREY’S NEW SWORD FISH 18
Advertising 18
DUTCH NEW GUINEA Exploration and Development Being Urged by Influential Group 18
FATAL LANDSLIDE IN FIJI 18
EXPLORATION IN NEW GUINEA 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
INDIGNANT MURDERERS Social Standards In a Papuan Gaol 20
PLANTERS’ TROUBLES 20
B.N.G. CO. Half-Million Papuan Co. In Stormy Waters 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
“No. 4, BULOLO” 22
GOLD MINES OF PAPUA LTD. 22
NEW GUINEA TRADE German Shipping Question 22
GOLD SEARCH IN NORTH-WEST NEW GUINEA Several Parties Out on Ramu and Sepik 23 , 25
Advertising 23 , 24 , 25
SCIENTISTS IN NEW GUINEA Education of the Natives 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
PAINT FOR ISLANDS BOATS 26
LEVER BROS. PROFIT: £6,200,000 Head of the Unilever Group Pays 15% 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
NEW GUINEA’S NEXT ADMINISTRATOR AND CHIEF JUDGE 28 , 29
Editorial Note 29
Secret Expedition to New Guinea 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
RELIGIOUS STIR IN NAURU When High Chief Detudamo Founded New Denomination 30 , 31
COCOS ISLE On the Track of the Pirates’ Treasure 31
Advertising 31 , 32
THE ORIGIN OF PACIFIC RACES. Significance of Rock Carvings Found in Fiji by Mr. Vogan. 33 , 34
Advertising 33
L.M.S. AND MISSION TRADING 34
Advertising 34
NICOLAS MINSTER 35
VEGETABLE OILS 35
NEW GUINEA PEANUTS 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
BURNS, PHILP ISLANDS BAROMETER Annual Summary of Accounts—Outlook for Copra—Significant Warning to Maritime Unions. 36 , 37
Fiji Indian Sentenced to Five Years 37
Advertising 37 , 38
GUINEA AIRWAYS AND GUINEA GOLD Well-Managed Companies Pay Good Dividends 38
GUINEA GOLD N.L. Huge Increase in Value of Holdings 38 , 39
GOAT BREEDING Possibilities in Pacific Islands 39
Advertising 39
N. GUINEA GOLDFIELDS LTD. 39
THE PROBLEM OF THE NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS ROAD 40 , 41 , 42
Advertising 40 , 41 , 42
LOVELY WOMAN. 42
N. GUINEA NOTES Flag Saluted Daily in Rabaul 43
Advertising 43
Central Pacific Cruise 44
Advertising 44
HOW KALEKONA GOT HIS HEAD Bluejackets’ Lonely Graves on Mandoliana Is., B.S.I. 44
Advertising 45
THE LONG DESIGNS OF JAPAN IN THE SOUTH SEAS Fortifications in the Marshall Group 46
Advertising 46
EDITORIAL NOTE 46
Advertising 46
NICOLAS HAGEN Noumean Citizen Honored 47
HYDROGRAPHIC WORK NEEDED IN N.G. AND PAPUA 47
Advertising 47
INDIAN PROBLEM IN FIJI Abuse and Epithets Will Not Provide Solution 48
NEW GUINEA PUBLIC SERVICE 48
PAPUAN EXPORTS 48
Advertising 48
LAST OF THE PITCAIRNERS 49
WAR MEMORIAL FOR RABAUL 49
Advertising 49
N.G. AUTO CLUB MEET ON HISTORIC SPOT 49
Advertising 49
PATROL BOATS AND SEAPLANES To Guard Northern and N. Guinea Waters 50
“AMALGAMATION” 50
FIJIAN FOOTBALLERS FOR TONGA 50
Danish Research Yacht in Fiji 50
Advertising 50
CHINESE SOON WILL BE MASTERS IN TAHITI Bitter Summary of Position by French Writer 51
Advertising 51 , 52
GROWING VEGETABLES IN THE TROPICS How to Operate a “Raised Garden” 53
N.G. GOLDFIELDS NOTES 53
Advertising 53
TEA-PLANTING IN PAPUA 54
Advertising 54
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 54 , 55
Some Pacific Observations: Mainly Money and Exchange 55
Advertising 55 , 56
NEW GUINEA VESSEL “Desikoko" is Launched 56
FIJI COPRA TAX REMOVED 56
TONGAN NOTES 56
MOTOR CARS IN PAPUA 56
COOK IS. NOTES 56
Advertising 56
SCIENTISTS Large Expedition for East Polynesia 57
Expedition in Tuamotus 57
PAPUAN REVENUE Receipts Decrease by £6000 57
FOR PACIFIC IS. SPORTSMEN 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
“INDIAN HEMP” Hindu Smuggler in Fiji Gets Five Years 58
Advertising 58
PAPUA’S GOVERNOR ON TOUR 58
8 Bottles of Cough Remedy for Cost of One 58
BOOKS WORTH READING 59
Advertising 59 , 60
EXPEDITION TO NEW GUINEA Premature Publicity 60
Advertising 60
ISLANDS GOLD-MINGING NOTES 61 , 62
Advertising 61
EDIE CREEK GOLD CO. 62
Advertising 62
ULM’S FLIGHT TO N. GUINEA 62
Advertising 62
FIJI DICTIONARY Valuable Manuscript in Cold Storage. 62
Advertising 62
Market Quotations Range of Prices 63
Advertising 63
Exchange Rates 64
Advertising 64
Value of English Currency 64
ISLANDS PRODUCE Coffee 64
Shipping Services in the Pacific 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66 , 67 , 68

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