Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. III, No. 11 (Jun. 24, 1933)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 46
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
CONTENTS. 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
How Economic Conference Affects Pacific Territories. 5 , 6
OPIUM-SMOKING IN APIA. Police Raid. Chinese Fined £50. 6
YAMS FLOURISH IN N.S.W. 6
FIRST REUNION. Inaugural Dinner of N.G. Expedition. 6
LUCKY FIJI. Trade Figures Still Growing. 7
Death of Mr. C. Theodore Nibel. 7
PAPEETE HARBOUR. To be Made Accessible to Large Vessels. 7
STEAMER “DALCROY.” T.S. Divers’ Good Repair Work. 7
“GENERAL GORDON” REAPPEARS. Freak of Fiji Flood. 7
N.G. WEDDING. 7
CHALLENGING QUESTIONS. 7 , 8
ROYAL BURIAL IN TONGA. Picturesque Ceremonies at Interment of Late Princess Fusibala. 9
Pt. Moresby Trade. 9
LIGHTSHIP THAT WON’T STAY PUT. “Carpentaria's” Frequent Jaunts. 9
MISSING CUTTER. Wreckage Found by “Pioneer.” 9
Advertising 9
PUT SAMOA UNDER FIJI! Interesting Notes From Suva. 10
T.I. GARRISON. Barracks Removal Recalls Wager. 10
MOSQUITO CONTROL. Scientist Says Megarhinus Is of No Value. 10
“KOLN” IN SUVA. German Cruisers Pacific Voyage. 10
Advertising 10
PLANE CAPSIZES. Fiji Airway’s First Mishap. 11
A TALE OF LONG AGO. 11
RUMOUR DENIED. K.P.M.Papuan Service. 11
Advertising 11
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE. 12
Advertising 12
INTERNATIONAL COURTESIES IN RABAUL. Good Feeling Between German Naval Men and Australians. 13
Mr. GORDON THOMAS AND SAMOA. 13
Advertising 13
RECENT FIJI FLOOD. Damage at Sigatoka. 14
Sydney Chemist’s Success. AMAZING CURES OF SKIN COMPLAINTS. RAPID CURE OF WOMAN WHO HAD SPENT £200 WITHOUT RELIEF! 14
POLYNESIANS AND EUROPEANS. Many Unions are Quite Happy. 15
New U.S. Consul for Tahiti. 15
FERTILISERS FOR COCONUT PLANTATIONS. 15
Advertising 15
TROPICALITIES 16
Advertising 16
“FOLLOWING THE FLAG.” Hockey Team Causes Mild Controversy. 17
Samoan Planters’ Annual Meeting. 17
LATE NEWS FROM NEW GUINEA. 17
L.M.S. IN SAMOA Decreased Income. 17
LEVUKA NEWS. Air Service Appreciated. 17
MANY ANTHROPOLOGISTS. Work Extending In New Guinea, and Solomons. 18
Advertising 18
NORFOLK IS. NOTES. “Karoola’s” Tourists Welcomed. 19
BULOLO GOLD YIELDS. 19
AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST. To Study Torres Straits Natives. 19
Advertising 19 , 20
POPULAR FIGURE. Lord Bledisloe in Samoa. 20 , 21
COMPLETE “P.I.M.” FILES. 21
N.G. COMPANIES’ ORDINANCE. 21
MOROBE MURDERS. McCarthy’s Attackers Hide in Bush. 21
Advertising 21
THE COCONUT GRASSHOPPER. Advice on Its Control. 22 , 23 , 24
Advertising 22 , 23 , 24
FOR PARIS MUSEUM. Mons. Dobo’s Collection of Papuan Curios. 24
COMMISSIONER’S VISIT. 24
PAPUAN PATROLS. Splendid Work of Loyal Men Gets Scant Praise. 25
T.I. PRODUCE PRICES. 25
Advertising 25
UNRULY MALAITAMEN. Sorry Results of “Turning the Other Cheek” in B.S.I. 26
Advertising 26
MINISTER’S ADVICE. To New Guinea Cadets. 26
WINDJAMMERS IN THE STRAIT. T.I. Shellback’s Hope. 26
B.P. EXPANDS. E. Samoa Business Revived. 27
THURSDAY IS. NEWS. Lightships Change. 27
Advertising 27
GOVERNOR BOUCHET’S MANY REFORMS. Far-sighted Administrator of French Oceania. 28
Advertising 28
FLAG DAY. Celebrations in Eastern Samoa. 29
MR. NELSON’S RETURN. Pago Pago Natives Prepare. 29
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE. 29
GRIM REMINDERS. WRECKAGE IN TORRES STRAIT. 29
Advertising 29
PEARL JETTONS. Manufacture in Australia. 30
Advertising 30
YAMS AGAIN. More Tales of Shipwreck. 30
SAMOAN PRODUCE. 30
NEW GUINEA NOTES. 31 , 32
AN ISLAND GOLF CLUB. 31
Advertising 31 , 32
BULOLO GOLD DREDGING Shares Listed in London. 32
PAPUAN INDUSTRIES. Rubber Improves; Copra in Difficult Position. 33
“MONTORO’S” CARGO. 33
FRENCH INTER-ISLAND SHIPPING. “Ville de Papeete’s” New Service. 33
“MAIWARA’S” ROUGH PASSAGE. 33
Advertising 33
SEAPLANE PATROL NEEDED. TROCHUS POACHERS GROW MORE DARING. 34
Advertising 34
RIVAL SUGAR PLANS IN PAPUA. 35
“TEST" CRICKET AT TULAGI. 35
Advertising 35
HOSTILITY OVERCOME. Mr. Robinson’s Splendid Patrol In Sepik District, N.G. 36
Advertising 36
Rarotonga Dramatic Society’s Success. 36
COPRA SUBSTITUTES. Fiji Planters’ Request. 37
TAHITI EXCHANGE. 37
Advertising 37
IMPRESSIVE TOUR. Minister Returns from N.G. and Papua. 38
Advertising 38
PACIFIC SEABIRDS. 38
TANNA NOTES. The French Traders. 39
INABUI CEMETERY. Some Notable Pioneers. 39
Advertising 39
TANNA VOLCANO. Something for Tourists To See. 40
PAPUAN SHIPPING. 40
Advertising 40
BURNS, PHILP AND CO. Business Rigidly Controlled. 40
CHAMPION DIVER’S END. “King’s” Death in Harness. 41
GILBERT WHITE MEMORIAL. Fund to be Launched. 41
SEASON OPENS. Murray Is. Activities. 41
TAVUA POSTMASTER. Death of Mr. George High in Fiji. 41
Advertising 41
PAPUAN’S ENDURANCE. 21 Hours in Sea. 42
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE. 42
Advertising 42
EXILE’S RETURN. O. F. Nelson’s Enthusiastic Reception in Samoa. 42
UNUSUAL ORDER. Import of Live Rabbits Into Tahiti. 42
MYSTERY SHIPS. Japanese Appear At and Near New Ireland. 43
Frequent Raids in N.G. 43
“DRINA’S” MISHAP. Cable Parted in Storm. 43
Advertising 43
Death of British Consul at Noumea. 44
BIRTH NOTICE. 44
Advertising 44
A NEW BOAT FOR PAPUA. 44
GALLANT OFFICER. Mr.Ian Mack Killed by Kukukukus. 44
GOLD IN NEW GUINEA. Morobe Warden's Report. 45
Sluicing Gear for Wau. 45
LATE MR, HUGO GEBAUER. Thirty-six Years in Samoa. 45
THE REAL AVIATION PIONEER. 45
R.C. RETURNS. New Government House in Tulagi. 45
CUTTER’S ESCAPE. Waterspout’s Power Vividly Demonstrated. 45
MISSION REUNION. Friends of the A.B.M. Meet in Sydney. 45
Advertising 45
T.I. MUSEUM. Memorial to Reginald Hockings. 46
NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS. 46
NEW GUINEA AND PAPUAN GOLD SHAREMARKET 46
Advertising 46
Market Quotations Range of Prices. 47
Coffee and Kapok. 47
OTHER ISLANDS PRODUCE. 47
THE B.P. MAGAZINE. 47
Advertising 47
Exchange Quotations 48
Value of English Currency. 48
JAPANESE BASE IN MORTLOCKS. 48
SHIPPING. 48
Advertising 48
Shipping Services in the Pacific 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52

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