Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. III, No. 1 (Aug. 26, 1932)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 4
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
CONTENTS. 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
“TROPICAUA” AND OTHER THINGS IN NEW GUINEA AND PAPUA. 5 , 6 , 7
The Surprising Claims of Tropicane Ltd. 7
COPRA PRICES IN TONGA. 7
UNEASY SAMOA. 7
BURNS, PHILP EXTEND. New Branch In American Samoa. 7
Airways’ Manager Visits Tahiti. 7
TANGLED EXCHANGE. Tonga Tackles Complicated Position by Charging 15% for Transfers to N.Z. 8
GOLDFIELDS PIONEERS. 8
Norfolk Island Customs. 8
BOUGAINVILLE GOLD. Kieta Lode Now Being Developed. 8
Acting Administrator. General Griffiths Welcomed. 8
NOT DEAD! “Alf.” Belfield Reappears In Madang. 8
Retired R.N. Officer Seeks Gold Behind Madang. 9
“HURRICANE MONEY.” French Compensated-But Nothing for British. 9
Bulk Benzine Stores For Fiji. 9
N.G. PLANTATIONS. Scheme To Adjust Purchase Price to Changed Economic Conditions. 9
"LONE TIGER.” A Gilbertian Situation in Tonga. 9
WELL-KNOWN BOUGAINVILLE RESIDENTS. 9
TROPICALITIES 10
Tonga to Close State Schools. Missions Undertake Education. 10
Advertising 10
ATHLETIC SPORT IN TONGA. 11
FIJI GOLD. First Shipment from Mt. Kasi. 11
TONGAN PARLIAMENT. Estimates Drastically Pruned. 11
Advertising 11
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 12
Early History of New Guinea. 12
Advertising 12
"NOW ALL YOLYE.” The Quaint Speech of Norfolk Is. 13
NEWSPAPER FOR NORFOLK ISLAND. 13
NEWS ITEMS IN BRIEF. 13
Advertising 13
WHY RABAUL'S NEAT LITTLE NICKEL PENNIES WERE NEVER ISSUED TO NATIVES. 14
Advertising 14
EARLY PAPUA. 14
Advertising 15
BETTER ROADS. New Policy In Mandated Territory. 16
Advertising 16
COPRA TAX. New Basis Causes Confusion In New Guinea. 16
Anglicans Withdraw from Trading. 16
Samoan Official In Limelight. 16
KARETU AND WAIPAHI. 16
Advertising 16
TONGA’S BANANA TRAGEDY. Contract Collapses and Growers Withhold Supplies. 17
Fiji Banana Quotas. 17
NEW INDUSTRY FOR TAHITI? 17
Advertising 17 , 18
BULOIWINSKI’S GRAVE. 19
Advertising 19
Improved Facilities for Loading Phosphates at Makatea Is. 19
Advertising 19 , 20
FIJI, SAMOA AND TONGA MAY ARRANGE QUOTA SYSTEM FOR SUPPLYING BANANAS TO N.Z. 20
B.P.’s To Erect New Store at Apia. 20
FIJI S “CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS.” Public Service Salaries Under Fierce Review. 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
Position As Seen By Elected Members. 22 , 23
HISTORIC FIJI WAR CLUB. 23
Fiji Indians Renew Agitation for Equal Franchise. 23 , 24
Advertising 23
FIJI’S PINEAPPLE INDUSTRY Future At Present Clouded. 24
Advertising 24
N.G. PLANTATIONS. Mr. Murray Gains Useful Information in Other Countries. 25
Advertising 25
PAPUAN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MAKES NEW LAWS Relief For Native Labour Employers. – Superannuation Fund and P.S. Privileges Cause Brisk Discussion. 26 , 27
Advertising 26
WEAK FRUIT MARKET AFFECTS COOK IS. 27
Rarotonga Entertains N.Z. Naval Units. 27
Advertising 27
SAMOAN MAU IS STILL SULLEN. Administrator Coldly Received During Malaga on Savaii. 28
Young Samoans Refusing to Accept Chief’s Authority. 28
Advertising 28
MR. NELSON RE-STATES ATTITUDE OF MAU. 28 , 29
Advertising 28 , 29
TRADE AND MISSIONS. Samarai Man Asks “Why?” 30
Advertising 30
SAMOAN RESIDENTS HONOUR GERMAN DEAD. Impressive Ceremony at Mulinu’u Monument. 31
USEFUL AIR MAIL. Port Moresby Goldfields 31
COVER CROPS. Growing Use In Coconut Plantations. 31
Advertising 31
NATIONAL ECONOMICS IN TONGA. 32
MR. COWLEY IS BRIEF. 32
SAMOAN NEWS BUDGET. 32
Advertising 32
MASSOI OIL. New Industry In The Territory. 33
A TONGAN LAMENT. 33
Advertising 33 , 34
Barstow Foundation Committee Visits Samoa. 34
PORT ROMILLY LEGAL TANGLE. 34
N.G. TOBACCO. High Prices Encouraging Local Manufacture. 35
THOSE VARYING REPORTS. 35
50 Years’ Mission Work. Vunapope’s Jubilee. 35
BULOLO GOES GAY. 35
Advertising 35
WORKERS AND NONWORKERS IN N.I. 36
National Celebrations at Tahiti. 36
Advertising 36
RABAUL NEWS. 37
Advertising 37
PLANTERS WANT LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Future Government of N.G. 38
Sir Hubert Murray n Value of Missions. 38
Advertising 38
NOT WANTED. Depreciated Australian Coins in Fiji. 38
Articles to Appear in September Issue. 38
MILLION A YEAR. N.G. Gold in 1933. 39
FRESH FOOD IN THE TROPICS. Chain of Cold Stores in New Guinea. 39
LIMIT OF £100. Companies’ Stamp Duty In Papua. 39
Advertising 39
Shipping Difficulties in Cook Islands. 40
Advertising 40
Suva’s Varied and Cosmopolitan Sport. 40
FRANCE’S NATIONAL HOLIDAY IN NEW HEBRIDES. 40
THURSDAY IS. NOTES. 41
LILY’S END. Wreck of Famous Old B.S.I. Schooner. 41 , 42
Advertising 41
Hon. A. V. Johnston Dead. Samoa Loses Popular Citizen. 42
Advertising 42
ISLANDS’ PROPERTIES FOR SALE. 42
Advertising 42
PAPUAN RUBBER GROWERS APPREHENSIVE. 43
DEATH NOTICE. 43
Further Retrenchments in Samoa. 43
Advertising 43
PAPUAN GOLD. Dredging’ Plan for Gira Field. 44
Advertising 44
ISLANDS OFFICERS. Prominent At Science Congress. 44
Advertising 44
MALARIA PROBLEM. “The Bionomics of The Megarhines.” 45
Asiatic Labour and Solomon Islands. 45
PAPUAN SUGAR. 45
Advertising 45
EXCHANGE PROBLEM. Suggestions That £ Sterling Be Legal Tender in Australia. 46
Advertising 46
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 46
Coffee and Kapok. 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Quotations 48
B.S.I. Resident Commissioner Honoured. 48
OLD ISLAND RESIDENT'S DEATH. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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