Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. V, No. 2 ( Sep. 21, 1934)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3
GUINEA AIRWAYS’ NEW AEROPLANE 3
FARES TO NOUMEA REDUCED 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
UNCOORDINATED MISSION EFFORT 5 , 6
LARKIN CASE The Review Fund 6
Australia’s First Military Prisoners of War 7
GERMAN LINE Re-enters Australia—N. Guinea -Hongkong Service 7
50 YEARS OLD The Jubilee of Papua 7
NEW ADMINISTRATOR General McNicoll Takes Office in New Guinea 7
MYSTERY DISEASE Alarm on New Guinea Goldfields 7
CATAPULTING THE GOVERNOR French-American Courtesies in New Caledonia 8
COPRA & RUBBER How Papua is Seeking an Extended Market 8
AIR CRASH IN NEW GUINEA 8
Advertising 8
RETURNED SOLDIERS’ REUNION AT KOPOPO, N. GUINEA 9
GOLD IN EASTERN PAPUA Activity on Misima and Woodlark 9
FOUR YEARS FOR DEATH OF NATIVE 9
KING ALBERT MEMORIAL PARK New Reserve Officially Opened at Papeete 10
N.G. FINANCES SHOW SURPLUS 10
25 YEARS IN SAMOA Rev. Meyer Honoured 10
LEVERS’ B.S.I. STAFF CHANGES 10
THE MONSUNEN 11
Would Take Administration From Rabaul 11
TIMBER EXPERT TO VISIT N. GUINEA 11
IN NEXT ISSUE SPECIAL ARTICLES 11
B.S.I. CONSTABULARY’S GOOD WORK 11
Advertising 11
GOLD-STEALERS SENTENCED AT SALAMAUA 12
Advertising 12
PHILIPPINES COPRA 12
Use of Morse and Telephone Radio Sets in N.G. 12
PAPUAN MEDICAL STUDENTS Further Party to Study in Sydney 12
DR. LAWES Arrival of Famous Missionary to be Commemorated 12
EXTRAORDINARY RADIO TAX IN SOLOMONS 12
British Copra in New Hebrides Removal of French Duty Sought 13
THE MONTORO 13
CARPENTER SHIPS First Due in October 13
“APBLIN ALPS” Nason Jones’ Exploratory Work in New Guinea and Papua 13
Advertising 13
TROPICALITIES 14 , 15
Advertising 14
WAU HOTEL REPORTED SOLD 15
Advertising 15
NEW GUINEA DROMES Who Is Responsible for Salamaua? 15
PAPUAN REVENUE 15
Advertising 15
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 16
Advertising 16
Gold in N.-West New Guinea Dredging Leases Pegged in Aitape District 17
TULAGI EAGERLY AWAITED ORONSAY TOURISTS 17
ISLANDS PIONEER RETURNS TO TULAGI 17
Advertising 17 , 18
Fiji Natives’ Share in Government Colony’s Diamond Jubilee—Splendid Record of Administrative Achievements 18
TOURISTS AT VILA 18
“PANDEMONIUM” FARCE Day’s Amusing Experiences In Vila – Interesting Theory To Explain Britain’s Position In New Hebrides. 19 , 20 , 21 , 22
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21 , 22
BEATRICE GRIMSHAW’S TOBACCO PLANTATION SOLD 22
FOR PLANTATION WORK 275 Chinese Coolies Arrive in Samoa 23
THOSE SUNNY SOUTH SEA ISLES 23
Solomons Development Co. 23
Advertising 23 , 24
MR. R. M. BUNTING Death of Well-known Papuan Planter 24
SAMOA IS BECOMING SELF-CONTAINED Local Coffee, Soap and Tobacco in Demand 24
Pacific Islands Curios 24 , 25
Advertising 24
Death of Samoan High Chief 25
Advertising 25 , 26
“Completely Spoiled” Natives of New Guinea 26
Advertising 26
BURNS, PHILP AND THE UNIONS 27
Coffee-growing in Papua 27
C. VOGEL LIGHTHOUSE Legend of Dog's Hill 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
LIFE ON NANOMAGA How the “Jeanette” Was Wrecked 28
U.S.S. ASTORIA AT SUVA 29
DARNLEY IS. TEACHER DEAD 29
T.I. LUGGER FATALITY 29
Islands Correspondents Wanted 29
Advertising 29 , 30
Pat O’Hara’s Secret Gold Mine A Memory of Early Papua 30
New Crops for Samoa 30
FIJIAN FOOTBALLERS DEFEAT TONGANS 30
Advertising 30
IVORY NUTS IN SOLOMON ISLANDS 31
FIJI INDIAN J.P. Allowed to Share Magisterial Bench 31
POPE’S MEDAL FOR BRAVE FIJIAN 31
Advertising 31 , 32
TO COLONISE LONELY SUNDAY IS. New Zealand Group’s Ambitious Plans 32
TRADING CONDITIONS IN FIJI 32
IN EXTREMIS Plantation Owners in the Solomons 33
Advertising 33
Gundoa Reaches Suva 33
Advertising 33 , 34
KARKAR, N.G. Why Should Rich Island be Kept as Close Preserve? 34 , 35
Advertising 34
N.G. Air Tender Rejected 35
Advertising 35
IN GAY MOOD Papeete Celebrates July 14 35
T.I. Teachers’ Conference 35
Advertising 36
HYMEN AT WESTERN SAMOA 36
FROM AITAPE TO THE SEPIK A.D.O. Robinson’s Patrol 36
“CARRIE FINN” RETURNS TO TAHITI 36
ORGANISED CRIME IN FIJI Indian and Five Natives Convicted 37
CARE-FREE PEOPLE Samoa Escapes Many Troubles 37
Samoan Mau Still Active 37
Advertising 37 , 38
GENTLEMEN OF PAPUA 38
A TEAPOT TALE When “Mick” Leahy Bought a Pewter 39
HONOUR FOR PAPUAN ANTHROPOLOGIST Mr. F. E. Williams Awarded Wellcome Medal 39
Advertising 39
T.I. Sardine Industry Suspended 39
Advertising 39 , 40
WEWAK GOLDFIELD Glimpses of the Gold-Seekers 40
BOXING IN FIJI Local Champion Defeated 40
PAPUAN SMOKED RUBBER Experiments in Queensland 41
INVERBANK STRANDED. 41
SOYA BEANS IN THE EAST 41
Advertising 41
LEYUKA May be Closed as Port of Entry 42
BECKMAN PROCESS TRIAL IN THE SOLOMONS 42
Advertising 42
N.I. AGITATION Silly Criticism of Sound Administrator 43
Guinea Gold Registered in Papua 43
THE MARQUESANS-A DYING RACE 43
Advertising 43 , 44
“COHABITING” Problem in Cook Islands 45
Advertising 45 , 46
PLEA FOR PRIMITIVE MAN 47
The Polynesian Maid 47
Judge Luxford to Leave Samoa 47
Advertising 47
COOK ISLAND NOTES 48
Advertising 48
PUBLIC SERVICE OF NEW GUINEA 48
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 49 , 50
Advertising 49
AMERICANS EXPLORE SAMOA 50
Advertising 50
Samoan News Bad Weather Mars Visit of Marama 51
Advertising 51
Poachers and ’Planes in Torres Strait 51
Advertising 51 , 52
QUARREL OVER LAND OWNERSHIP Leads to Samoan Native’s Death 52
NEW B.P. STORE FOR TULAGI 52
THURSDAY IS. NOTES Chinese Junk Fou Po Wrecked 52 , 53
Advertising 52
When You Visit Sydney 53
REAL GOLD MINE! Phenomenal Profits of New Misima G.M. Ltd. 53
Advertising 53 , 54
NEWS FROM NEW CALEDONIA Revival of Mining and Timber Industries 54 , 55
Samoan Finances 55
Advertising 55
SAMOAN MAU Attempts to Boycott Government’s Banana Shipments 56
Advertising 56
MINING WARDENS REPORT Progress on Morobe Goldfields 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
N.G. Electric Power Bulolo Supply More Than Doubled 58
GENERAL McNICOLL’S HOME ROBBED 58
VALUE £A1,365,225 New Guinea’s Gold Production Last Year 59
ALAIN GERBAULT 59
Memorial On 20-years,-old Battleground 59
Advertising 59
New Guinea Population 60
Advertising 60
TAHITIAN CHIEF’S BRAVERY When “Ville de Papeete” Was Wrecked in Tuamotu Archipelago 60 , 61
Advertising 61 , 62
Messrs. Carpenter Report an Increased Profit 62
Market Quotations Range of Prices 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
Exchange Rates 64
ISLANDS PRODUCE 64
COPRA EXPORTS FROM N.G. 64
Shipping Services in the Pacific 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66 , 67 , 68

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