Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. VI, No. 1 ( Aug. 22, 1935)
Images
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3
TIVERI GOLD CO. DECLARES 20% DIVIDEND 3
TULAGI NOTES 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
The Pacific Islands Monthly 5
MISSIONARIES, ETC. 5 , 6
General Hart Leaves Samoa 6
FIJI RADIO New Arrangements with A.W.A. 6
MONTORO HELD UP Coastal Shipping Strike Disorganises Islands Steamer Services 6
W. R. Carpenter & Co.’s Profit for Year 6
Development of British and Dutch New Guinea 6
QUEEN SALOTE IN SYDNEY Tonga’s Ruler is Cordially Received 7
AUSTRALIAN MINISTER IN TERRITORIES Brief Visit to Rabaul 7
DR. REO FORTUNE 7
NEW STORE FOR NUKUALOFA 8
Australia-Papua Mail Contract Direct Steamer Service Mooted 8
PACIFIC’S MEDICAL PROBLEMS Conference in Sydney 8
AGRICULTURAL EXPERT FOR PAPUA 8
COPRA Market Affected by Gold Currency Uncertainty 8
Advertising 8
CENTRAL NEW GUINEA GIVES UP ITS SECRETS Hides Proves Existence of Vast Fertile Tableland, Densely Inhabited by Skilled Agriculturists of Peculiar Racial Type 9 , 76 , 77
CENTRAL MEDICAL SCHOOL, SUVA. FIJI 10
YOUNG SAMOAN OFFENDERS 10
No Primage on Territories Copra Why Officialdom Acted 11
WEDDING AT PORT MORESBY 11
FIJI FRANCHISE British Colonial Office is Hesitant in Making Far-Reaching Changes 11
“LOCH NESS MONSTER” ARRIVES IN SOLOMONS 12
FIRST MISSIONARY IN WESTERN SAMOA Landing of Rev. Peter Turner Commemorated at Manono By Methodists 12
WALLIS ISLAND Progress of Small French Colony in Central Pacific 12
HOODOO ON BOUNTY FILM Ship Sunk with Serious Loss Off California 12
FIJI’S NEW GOLD Value of Emperor Mine 13
FIJI NOW CONFIDENT OF INDUSTRY’S FUTURE 13
BALANCING THE BUDGET IN SAMOA Administration Expects Small Surplus for 1933-36 13
Advertising 13 , 14
[ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14 , 15
Advertising 14 , 15
YOUNG EXPLORERS DIFFER Hides and Leahy 16
THE GOVERNOR’S OPINION 16
Advertising 16
A FEAST AND A FAMINE Fiji’s Protest Against Shipping Schedules 17
Advertising 17
AUSTRALIA'S STAKE IN NEW GUINEA Amazing Development-Need for Preferential Tariff 18
Advertising 18
Producing Books in Heart of Melanesia Interesting History of The Mission Press 19 , 20 , 21
Advertising 19 , 20
RABAUL RETURNED SOLDIERS 21
DAY DAWN IS IDLE Finance Problem Insoluble 21
Advertising 21 , 22
RESTLESS NORFOLK ISLAND New Laws and Regulations Arouse Pleas and Protests 22 , 24
Advertising 22 , 23 , 24
YACHT HO HO ASHORE 24
Advertising 24
New Guinea Planters’ Debts Suggestions for Readjustment 25
Advertising 25
FIJI LIBEL ACTION SETTLED 25
Advertising 25 , 26
New Radio Station For Gilbert Islands 27
SEPIK RIVER GOLD Ray Parer’s Expedition 27
COOK ISLAND NOTES 27
Advertising 27 , 28
POLYNESIA IN AUSTRALIA The Brown-skinned Children of Oceania are Attracted, Moth-like, by the Lights of Sydney 28 , 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE 30
The Blathering of Politicians New Caledonia’s Condition 31
FEWER PEARLS Mysterious Marine Influence 31
Advertising 31 , 32
MELANESIAN CURIOS IN SYDNEY 32
The Navy’s Visits to Tropic Isles Social Value of Such Events 32
Foreign Goods in New Guinea 33
To Seek Auckland Islands Treasure 33
AEROPLANE CRASH IN NEW GUINEA 33
Advertising 33 , 34
AVIATION EQUIPMENT IN NEW GUINEA 34
Advertising 34
CORAL ISLANDS AS AERODROMES What America Is Doing In Central Pacific 35
Advertising 35 , 36
Tooya’s Mishap in Tuamotus 36
NATIVE LABOUR IN NEW GUINEA Should Talasea Be Reopened? 36
FIRE AT PAPEETE 36
TRAGIC MUDDLING Blunders of Big Trading Co. In Early Papua 37
Answer to Correspondent 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
Black Versus White The Results of a Mutual Misunderstanding 38
NEW TRIBES IN N. GUINEA Administration’s “Tenderness” 39
Advertising 39 , 40
New Guinea Collection At Australian Museum 40
HOME FOR ISLANDS CHILDREN 40
A PURSER’S “IF” 40
Faster Service Union Co. Asked to Speed Up Tahiti-’Frisco Run 41
NEW GUINEA CROPS 41
SUGAR-CANE CULTIVATION 41
PHOTOGRAPHY’S LATEST THRILL 41
Advertising 41 , 42
“TAHITI CONSCIOUS” New Films and Books Create Interest in America 42
FLY RIVER SEAPLANE Missing for Two Days 42
TAHITI PREPARES FOR JULY 14 FESTIVAL 42
Advertising 42
END OF EUROPEAN FRANCHISE IN FIJI One Way of Solving Indian Political Problem 43
Europeans’ Protest Against Council Plan 43
Advertising 43 , 44
N.G. Mummies Some Interesting Theories 44
Tahiti Radio Club 44
PEACEFUL LIFE IN THE SOUTH SEAS I A Question of Individual Responsibility 45
Fiji’s Domestic Rice Production 45
Advertising 45
PERFUME FROM OLD-WORLD COLOGNE 46
Advertising 46
TORRES STRAIT NEWS 46
LEARNING ANCIENT MAORI CRAFT Two Rarotongans Train as Carvers at Rotorua, N.Z. 46
Advertising 46
A QUEER FELLOW 47
Advertising 47 , 48
RESCUED BY “BULLY” HAYES A Long-forgotten Story of Suwarrow Island 48 , 49 , 51 , 52
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52
“BAG-SNATCHER” AT APIA 52
Busy Apia Harbour 52
HOUSE OF THE HOLY QUIET How Australian Padres Founded New Missionary Order at Goulburn, N.S.W. 53
Three Norwegians in a Boat 53
Advertising 53 , 54
New Prospecting Co. For Papua 54
UNIQUE VESSEL Chien She is World's Largest Suction Dredger 54 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
TO PURCHASE RICH EMPEROR MINE £1,000,000 Co. Formed In Melbourne 56
New Vessel for Dutch South Sea Islands Service 56
motor ship refloated 56
SIR MURCHISON FLETCHER Departure from Fiji Expected 57
TERM MAY BE EXTENDED 57
Marist Missions of the Pacific 57
Advertising 57
Palish Yacht at Suva 58
Advertising 58
HOW TO BUILD A DINGHY 58 , 59 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
BIG FIJIAN FISH Ray That Weighs a Ton 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 62 , 63
Advertising 62 , 63 , 64
Housekeeping in the Tropics 64 , 65 , 66
Advertising 64 , 65 , 66
NOTES FROM SAMARAI 66
TO PROSPECT IN NEW GUINEA Well-known Men in New Co. 66
GROWTH OF EDIE CREEK 67 , 68
Advertising 67
NEW SAMARAI HOSPITAL 68
MAPS OF NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS 68
N.G. GOLD SHARES 68
CHINESE ARTISANS Not Enough for New Guinea’s Needs 68
Advertising 68
NEW GUINEA’S TRADE The Change from Copra to Gold 69
Advertising 69
PACIFIC MINING NOTES From FIJI 70 , 71 , 72
Advertising 70 , 71 , 72
From New Guinea 72 , 73 , 74
Advertising 73 , 74
From Papua YODDA GOLDFIELDS LTD. 74
Advertising 74
THE SPIRIT OF REVOLT PASSES Jottings on the July Session of Papua’s Legislative Council 75
Advertising 75 , 76
THE EXPEDITION 77
Advertising 77
Islands Produce 78
Advertising 78
Exchange Rates 78
market Quotations Range of Prices 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
Shipping Services in the Pacific 80 , 81 , 82
Advertising 81 , 82
Powerful Australian Mining Co. To Investigate Edie Ck. Property 82
Advertising 83 , 84

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