Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. III, No. 4 (Nov. 23, 1932)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
CONTENTS. 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Gold Search and Discoveries in Pacific Islands 5 , 6
GOLD FIND. Rich Prospects on Guadalcanal, B.S.I. 6 , 37
BANANA FRITTERS. 7
MYSTERIOUS CRAFT. Thought To Be Poaching. 7
FUTURE OF SAMOA. 7
TROPICALITIES 8
COOK IS. HOSPITALITY. 8
Advertising 8
PLEA THAT “PIDGIN” BE MADE OFFICIAL IN NEW GUINEA. 9
MADANG NOTES. 9
MORE ROADS AND WATER. 9
EXPENSIVE “MAUI POMARE. Commission’s Criticism. 9
“Etablissement Donald.” 9
NEW MISSION VESSEL. For Solomon Islands. 9
“UNCLE CORNISH,” OF NORFOLK ISLAND. 10
PRICE OF RUBBER 10
THE ”MANA” OF THE POMARES. How the Spirit of The Ancient Days Smote a Political Egg-Thrower in 1932. 11
TONKINESE LABOURERS. 11
DEATH OF MR. GARDAIN. 11
Advertising 11
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 12
Advertising 12
ANTHROPOLOGISTS. 12
RAMU GOLD. Is a New Field Being Opened Up? 13
Death of Agent at Manihiki. 13
COPRA TAX REDUCED. 13
VILA RACES. 13
Advertising 13
SAMOAN IMPASSE. Administrator Returns. – Conference Plan Rejected. – Expiry of O. F. Nelson’s Banishment. 14
Advertising 14
Administration and Man. 14
Advertising 14 , 15
COPRA. 16
Advertising 16
Copra and Other Production. 16
Home Treatment When You Are Run Down. 16
Advertising 16
FIJI INDIANS SEEK COMMON ROLL BUT ABANDON NON-COOPERATION. 17 , 18 , 35
Advertising 17 , 18
TONGAS FINANCE. Crown Prince As Athlete. 19
Chinese and Phosphate Production. The Massive Mind of the Australian Politician. 19
Advertising 19
TROPICAL SKIN DISEASES. Their Cause and Cure. 20
Advertising 20
SARDINE PACKING. Promising New Industry In Torres Straits. 20 , 21
COCOS TREASURE. Reports of Lecky’s Finds are Exaggerated. 21 , 22
PAPUA’S GOVERNOR ON TOUR. 21
Advertising 21
Advertising 22
NO. 2 BULOLO DREDGE COMPLETED ON NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELD. The New Bulolo Dredge was Christened on October 15, and Commenced Work a Few Days Later. 22 , 23
Advertising 23
BANANA-GROWERS’ HOWLS OF AGONY. Australia’s Beggarly Concession To Fiji Nearly Causes Political Crisis. 24 , 25
Advertising 24
SCIENCE AND FILMS. American Expedition on Papuan Coast. 25
THE MARCH OF CIVILISATION. Papuan Cricket Eleven Goes to Samarai. 25
Advertising 25
TRADERS’ REPUTATIONS ARE DEFENDED AGAINST TACTLESS MISSIONARIES’ REMARKS. 26 , 27
Advertising 26
DETRIBALIZED NATIVES. How Papua Foresaw and Provided For Problem. 27
Advertising 27
HOW CHRISTMAS IS CELEBRATED AT AN ISLANDS MISSION STATION. 28 , 29
Advertising 28
MR. GREEN AND TONGA’S CONDITION. 29
Advertising 29
TAHITI ITEMS. 30
Learning White Man’s Ways. Torres Islands Natives. 30
Advertising 30
DOBU PASSAGE. “Most Beautiful Spot In Pacific.” 31
Phosphate Commission’s Debt to Australia. 31
SEVERE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. 31
Advertising 31
THURSDAY IS. NOTES. The Price of Trocas. 32
Advertising 32
PAINTING MADE EASIER. 32
Advertising 33
Papua’s Potential Value. 34
Advertising 34
PAPUA’S TRADE. Chief Items of Production. 34
FROM THE SOLOMONS. Captain Reardon Brings M.V. Kurimarau to Sydney. 34
NEW GUINEA CADETS. 34
FIJI-AUST. TRADE. Advantage For Sydney Shippers. 35
MR. INCH SAYS WE ARE “RUDE.” 35
Advertising 35 , 36
COOK IS. NOTES 36
Advertising 36 , 37
BILL CREATING COUNCIL FOR NEW GUINEA IS PASSED-AN UPROARIOUS SCENE. 38 , 39 , 40
Advertising 38 , 39 , 40
TEACHER OF CHINESE. 41
SAMOAN NEWS. Legislative Council Election. 41
Advertising 41
CIVILISATION VERSUS SAVAGERY. 42
EDITORIAL NOTE. 42
Advertising 42
A Sand Soap Trial. 42
POSITION WANTED. 42
Correspondent Wanted. 42
Advertising 42
TREATMENT OF HALF-CASTES IN SAMOA. Vigorous Reply on Behalf of Mr. Nelson. 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
WRECK OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS VI. 44
Lost In New Hebrides on Maiden Voyage. 44 , 45
SOLOMON ISLANDS. Imported Labour Question. 45
Advertising 45
FUTURE OF PACIFIC RACES. Probable Asiatic Influence. 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
Value of English Currency. 48
CHINESE VERSUS JAPANESE. “War” In Tahiti. 48
RECORD RAINFALL AT VILA. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49
Honour To Whom Honour is Due. 50
Advertising 50 , 51 , 52

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