Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. VI, No. 10 ( May. 22, 1936)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3
S.S. “LAPEROUSE” TO BE REPLACED 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
The Bedevilment of Pacific Trade 5 , 6
DEATH OF TONGAN PRINCE 6
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 6
P.I.M. Editor's Visit to Samoa and Fiji 6
A CASINO FOR NOUMEA With Aerial Service to Brisbane 7
LEVER BROS. RECORD PROFIT 7
S.I. CURRENCY MYSTERY 7
25 DEAD! Influenza’s Toll on Manihiki, Cook Group 7
Native Medical Practitioners Splendid Service in Islands 8
New British Consul at Tahiti 8
UNEASY SAMOA Politics and Epidemics 8
Advertising 8
B.S.I. SEAPLANE GOES DOWN 9
B.P. STEAMERS No Building Order Yet Placed 9
FIRST’PLANE ON NEW MADANG AERODROME 9
Young Priest Gets Five Years’ Gaol Unfortunate Victim of Uncontrolled Sectarianism 9
Editorial Note 9
Bulolo G.D. Takes Over Upper Watut 10
COPRA MARKET 10
Surveys In Torres Strait Waters 10
A WEDDING IN POLYNESIA 10
NEW CALEDONIA Big Increase in Export Trade 10
Australian Firms Fight to Hold Islands’ Trade Hampered by Restrictions and Traded Apathy 11
ODD CORNERS OF THE PACIFIC Written for the Pacific Islands Monthly by Dwight Long, an American University man who is circumnavigating the globe in his ketch “Idle Hour." 11 , 12
Advertising 11
ISLANDS SERVICES Shipping Tenders Invited 12
IROPICAITIES 13
Jack Hides’s Book Welcomed in London 13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14 , 15 , 16
Advertising 14 , 15 , 16
AIR TRANSPORT IN NEW GUINEA 16
Air Merger—Pro and Con 17
Advertising 17
BURNS, PHILP AND CO. Net Profit Again Higher 18
Advertising 18
NO “BEACH-COMBING” IN THE SOLOMONS 18
Advertising 18
CONFESSIONS OF A CANNIBAL Fiji's Oldest Inhabitant Is Wistfully Reminiscent 19 , 20 , 22
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21 , 22
THAT MALAYAN CANAL What It May Mean To North-West Pacific 22
NEW GUINEA’S WASTEFUL, FEEBLE RECORD IN NATIVE EDUCATION Scandalous Treatment of Asiatics and Half-castes 23 , 24 , 25
Advertising 23 , 24
NOVELIST HALL TO TOUR SCANDINAVIA 25
MOVE TO CHECK SMALL TRADERS IN SAMOA 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
COOK IS. IS WITHOUT A.M.O. UNTIL NEXT YEAR 26
Through Unexplored Western Papua Route of Mr. Ivan Champion’s New Expedition 26
Advertising 26
AMERICA BRIDGES NORTH PACIFIC Inauguration of 'Frisco-China Air Mail Is Most Marvellous Development of 1936 27 , 28 , 29
Advertising 27 , 28
“CHINA CLIPPER” SPEAKS WITH AUSTRALIA 29
Advertising 29
FRENCH PLANTER’S DEATH AT EPI, N. HEBRIDES 29
Advertising 29 , 30
FRUIT BUYERS REBUFFED C.I. Growers’ Association Refuses to Pick Orange Crop 30
Entomological Research In the Marquesas 31
“Morinda’s” Dash to Save Islander’s Life 31
N.G. AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE 31
Advertising 31
LIVESTOCK FOR NEW CALEDONIA 32
Advertising 32
How Low-Class Whites Contribute to New Guinea’s Native Problem 32 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
WAU MINERS OFF TO BERLIN 34
Concern Among Solomon Is. Planters Administration May Increase Minimum Native Wages Rate 34
RENEWED INTEREST IN ASTROLABE FIELD, PAPUA 34
TAHITI’S WATERLOO How Pomare II. Discarded Paganism to Battle for a Kingship 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
HAWAIIAN TOADS Experiment in Fiji 36
"Puritans in the South Seas" American Writers Indict Early Missionaries 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
“Jim” O’Malley-An Appreciation 38
N.G.’s NEW COINAGE 38
PAGES FROM THE PAST 39 , 40 , 41
Advertising 39 , 40
SAMPAN WRECKED 31 Japanese Reach Thursday Is. 41
KINGMAN REEF Base for Trans-Pacific Air Service 41
Advertising 41 , 42
FROM SPANISH WRECK? Very Old Coins at Wau, New Guinea 42 , 43
Did Spanish Adventurers Penetrate “Isla del Oro”? 43
Advertising 43
SUDDEN DEATH OF SAMOAN MEDICAL PRACTITIONER 44
Advertising 44
FOR A CHANGE! Praise for a Department 44
The Mysterious Fish of the Vari-Vari Islands 45
Strange Cargo From Papua 45
Advertising 45 , 46
“Lawrence of Manchuria” H. W. Kinney to Settle in Tahiti 47
P.M. Congratulates Brave Papuan Women 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
N.G. COCOA-BEANS IN EUROPE 48
OIL IN PAPUA AND N. GUINEA 48
GARDNER-DENVER DRILLS 48
HOW CHINESE WERE KILLED AND EATEN Horrible Story of Papuan Cannibalism in the ’Fifties 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
BUS CRASHES INTO RIVER Samoan Youth Killed 50
British Shipping in the Pacific 50
To Manufacture Paper Pulp in Papua £3,000,000 Project for Kurukuru Grass 51
Advertising 51
CAPT. STEPHENS’ BIG ’PLANE DELAYED IN PAPUA 52
Advertising 52
CRUSOE OF THE NORTH Billy Turnbull of Hicks Island 52
ISOLATION FOR PUKA PUKA 52
TIDAL WAVES HIT NAURU 52
WESTERN SAMOA’S TRADE RECOVERY Report of Chamber of Commerce Indicates Improved Conditions in N.Z.’s Mandated Territory. 53 , 54
Advertising 53 , 54
JAPANESE POACHERS Little Chance of Prevention, Says N.G. Official 54
SCIENCE CONGRESS IN 1937 54
Food Shortage In American Samoa 54
LAKEKAMU FIELD Guinea Gold, N.L. Withdraws From Papua 55
No Tenders For Apia-Pago Pago Mail Contract 55
NEW PLAN OF PAYMENT New Guinea Planters Express Satisfaction 55
Advertising 55
NATIVE KILLED IN WAU MOTOR ACCIDENT 56
Advertising 56
TROPICAL MEDICINE New English Research Body 56
RESULT OF "TIAFAU" INQUIRY IN SAMOA 56
Tahiti’s Trade in 1935 Heavy Deficit Turned Into Good Surplus 57
Anglo-Papuan Plantations Ltd. 57
Advertising 57 , 58
Population Underestimated Govt. Anthropologist Treks Through Central N. Guinea 58
£600 for Dead Papuan’s Relatives 58
LEVERS’ A.V. “MIRO” WRECKED AT MALAITA 58
Salamaua and Wau Battle For Levien Trophy 58
TAVUA FIELD Dr. Hills’ Continued Confidence in Fiji Gold 59
Advertising 59
SUNKEN CUTTER RAISED AT KOMO, FIJI 59
Advertising 59
Free Birthday Charms for Islanders 60
Advertising 60
Picturesque Native Ceremonies Mark Installation of Fijian Official High Chief George Tuisawau Is New Roko Tui Rewa 60 , 61
FIJI—INDIAN PROBLEMS Dr. C. F. Andrews to Investigate 61
Carpenter Vessels to Call at Suva 61
Advertising 61
Farmer Fiji Resident Murdered In Queensland 62
Advertising 62
RISKY VOYAGE From Borabora to New Zealand In Motorless Ketch 62
New Vessel for Lau Islands 62
“No Hint of Handing Samoa Back,” Says N.Z. Prime Minister 62
FIVE DAYS ON REEF Elderly Fijian Woman’s Endurance 63
Season’s First Shipment of Fiji Citrus Fruit 63
TOURIST SHIP AT SUVA 63
Advertising 63 , 64
“TIARE TAPORO” VISITS PAPEETE 64
PATTERN SERVICE 64
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
ROMANTIC WEDDING AT RABAUL 66
PEACE COMES TO THE PRIMITIVES OF THE RAMU Impressive Ceremony by Administration Welds Tribes of New Guinea’s Hinterland 67
W. R. CARPENTER & CO. New Shares Issued at 41/6. 67
Advertising 67
PURDY ISLANDS 68
Advertising 68
GUSTAV KLINKMUELLER Death at Apia of Respected German Solicitor 68
Tobacco Industry for Rabaul 68
Advertising 69
PACIFIC ISLANDS MINING REPORTS From Fiji 70
Advertising 70
From Papua CUTHBERTS MISIMA G.M. LTD. 70 , 71
From New Giunea UPPER SEPIK GOLD SYNDICATE N.L. 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
Morobe Gold Production Increased 72
ISLANDS GOLD SHARES Monthly Fluctuations 73
MINISTER’S DENIAL 73
Advertising 73
SPANISH SEARCH FOR SAN CRIS TOVAL Mendana’s Voyages in the Solomon Islands 73
New Guinea Public Service 73
Advertising 73
HOTEL WANTED IN TULAGI 74
Advertising 74
MR. O. F. NELSON Pending Return to Samoa 74
CHIEF JUDGE OF SAMOA 74
NEW CALEDONIA Mineral Industries Busy 75
Death of C. H. Hughes 75
FIJI BANANAS IN CANADA 75
NO GOLD! Oceanic Co. Abandons Expedition 75
PROGRESS OF AVIATION IN NEW GUINEA 75 , 76
Advertising 75 , 76
“TIED CLIENTS” 76
ANZAC DAY IN TONGA 76
BLOWN TO SEA Papuans Drift Across to Solomons 77
Tropical Health Lectures In Sydney 77
GUINEA GOLD’S FUTURE 77
Advertising 77
Islands Produce 78
Advertising 78
Exchange Rates 78
Market Quotations Range of Prices 79
Advertising 79
Shipping Services in the Pacific 80 , 81 , 82
Advertising 80 , 81 , 82
NEW SHIPPING OFFICES IN PAPEETE 82
Advertising 83 , 84

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