Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. III, No. 5 (Dec. 20, 1932)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 9
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
CONTENTS. 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Chinese Problem in the South Seas 5 , 6
TWO AEROPLANES FOR W. R. CARPENTER. For Salamaua Goldfields’ Service. 7
CHINESE SHERLOCK HOLMES. How He Got His Man. 7
LAKE—OR AERODROME? 7
GRIFFITHS WANTED. N.G. Seeks Popular Administrator for a Further Term. 7
A BALLAD OF EMILY BAY (NORFOLK ISLAND). 7
TROPICALITIES 8
RUBBER INDUSTRY MENACED. Papuan Growers Alarmed. 8
Apia’s Harbour Dues Keep Matson Liners Away. 8
Advertising 8
FIJI AIRWAYS. Two Genairco Seaplanes To Go To Suva. 9
SIMPLE RACKET REPAIRING. 9
PAPUAN GOLD SEARCH. Good Prospects on Gira and Yodda. 9
N.G. RECRUITER KILLED. Patrol Meets Violent Resistance. 9
HALF-CASTE PROBLEM IN SAMOA. 9
93,415 NATIVES. Census Shows Reduced Numbers In B.S.I. 10
JUBILEE OF TONGA COLLEGE. Queen Salote Unveils Memorial to King Georgs Tubou I. 10 , 11
MALARIA PEST. 11
Advertising 11
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 12
Advertising 12
FIJI BANANAS, Melbourne Threatens Boycott of First Shipment. 13
PROSPECTS OF SAMOAN PRODUCTS 13
WEDDING IN PAPUA. From Our Own Correspondent. 13
Advertising 13
FIJI JIM. Adventurous Life of a Samoan Among the Esquimaux. 14
Advertising 14
FIJI’S TRADE. Remarkable Increase In Exports. 14
Advertising 15
BOURKE VERDICT AND SENTENCE IN STRIKING CONTRAST WITH LARKIN CASE. 16
Advertising 16
BREMERHAVEN AGAIN! Points For and Against Germans Vigorously Stated by N.G. Interests. 17
GROWTH OF WAU-PAPUA AERIAL SERVICE. 17
PRAISE FOR P.I.M. 17
Advertising 17
NEW GUINEA LAWS. Urgent Need for Revision. 18
Advertising 18
FIJI AIRWAYS. Local Committee Approves of Proposed Regular Seaplane Service. 18
Advertising 18
MISSIONS AND TRADE-SPIRITED ANSWER BY CATHOLIC MISSIONARY. 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
MEMORIAL URGED FOR SIR RONALD ROSS, WHO FOUND CAUSE OF MALARIA. 21
MORE LIGHT FOR APIA. 21
Advertising 21
“He Who Opened the Pacific Door!” 22
PAPUAN RUBBER. 22
MOSO’OI’S VALUE. 22
Advertising 22
PAPUAN RUBBER PREFERENCE. Application for Removal. 23
MISSING! Two Young Adventurers from “South." 23
Advertising 23 , 24
THE YAM Food Value, and Some History. 25
NO MORE HEADS. Trading Changes In Torres Straits. 25
Advertising 25
GIZO’S “GANGSTERS.” How They Raided B.P. Liquor Store. 26
RAINFALL IN VILA. 26
EDUCATION TAX FOR GENERAL PURPOSES. 26
Advertising 26
EXPERIMENTS WITH NEW CROPS AND FRUITS IN PAPUA. 27
“BIG” FISHERMAN. Zane Grey Prepares for Northern Hunt. 27
Advertising 27
THE GURIA. No Scientific Records Kept of Rabaul’s Quakes. 28
ROMAN WORDS IN GILBERTESE. An Ingenious Theory. 28
Advertising 28
THE SEPIK. Details of An Untamed Part of New Guinea. 29 , 30
Advertising 29
CRIME IN SAMOA. Some Impudent Thefts. 30
Advertising 30
FERTILE NORFOLK ISLAND. How Inspection and Grading Would Assist Selling 31
Advertising 31 , 32
NEW PAPUAN STAMPS. Striking Designs Replace The Famous Lakatoi Issue. 32
40 YEARS IN PAPUA. Alf. Greenaway Dead. 32
“Printed and Published In B.S.I.” 32
THURSDAY IS. NOTES. Bligh and Torres Straits. 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
MYSTERIOUS WANDERER 34
THE NIPA PALM. Another Attempt to Use Papuan Product. 34
COPRA IN 1885. When B.P. Entered Papuan Trade. 34
EXPLORING THE FLY. Expeditions Listed In Chronological Order. 35
“Good Morning, Sir!” Teaching Young Natives to Trade. 35
Advertising 35
ALL QUIET IN SAMOA. Mr. Nelson Sees P.M. — Postpones Return. 36 , 37
Advertising 36
Nature of Interview. 37
No Increase in Papuan Stamp Duties. 37
SAMOANS PURSUE PALOLO. But Flee From Mal-de-Mer. 37
Durable Building Material. 37
Advertising 37
TAHITI NOTES. New Book on “The Bounty.” 38
COFFEE-GROWING. Progress In New Britain. 38
New Administrator for Nauru. 38
Advertising 38
VALUE OF TUNG OIL. 39
A Narrow Escape from The “Tree of Skulls.” 39
NEW GUINEA LAND LAWS TO BE TESTED. 39
Advertising 39 , 40
SAMOAN ELECTIONS. Messrs. T. H. Carruthers and A. R. Cobcroft Elected with Small Majority. 40 , 41
Advertising 41
“PAPUA” OR "NEW GUINEA?” 41
PAPUAN PRODUCTS. 41
Advertising 41
NEW HEBRIDES NOTES. 42
VILA IENNIS. 42
ARMISTICE DAY AT TANNA. 42
Advertising 42
THE TROPICAL CORPS. Still Under Consideration. 42
REDUCED PRICE OF ENGINES. 42
RACE DAY ON NORFOLK ISLAND. 43
WHALE OIL. Season’s Output Purchased. 43
Advertising 43
NEW GUINEA NOTES, 44
RABAUL SLIPWAY. For Inter-Island Ships. 44
Advertising 44
PAPUAN SUGAR. Sangara Output Described as “Phenomenal.” 45
PAPUAN RADIO. Inland Station Connects with Canberra. 45
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE. 45
W. R. Carpenter & Co. (Solomon Islands), Ltd. 45
NEW GUINEA GOLD. Edie No. 2 Vein Struck. 45
Advertising 45
Cultured Boys From Tongan College Tour Australia In Choir. 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
FANATICISM. Outbreak of Religious Mania in New Guinea. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49
GERMAN TRAINING SHIP’S CRUISE. 50
Advertising 50 , 51 , 52

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