Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. VII, No. 6 ( Jan. 22, 1937)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3
Stone Age Relics from New Guinea 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Ilands monthly 5
THE THRUSTING POWER OF JAPAN 5 , 6
HAWAII-SAMOA Pan-American Airways Inspection Proceeding 6
UNKNOWN PAPUA Embargo Remains on Uncontrolled Areas 6
THIS TOURIST TRAFFIC 6
N.G. AFFAIRS Administrator’s Rush Visit To Canberra 7
CAPTAIN “BUNNY” HAMMOND LEAVES NEW GUINEA 7
SALAMAUA-SYDNEY Notable Trip in Small Plane 7
B. P. Mail Contract 7
G.O.M. of the PacifiC 7
THE TALKIES COME TO TONGA 7
L.M.S. PIONEERS Their Work at the Octagonal Church in Tahiti 8
Advertising 8
NO ONIONS! Tahiti Suffers From Strike 8
NO AIR MAIL FOR N.G. 8
Advertising 8
SYDNEY-SALAMAUA AIR SERVICE Tenders for Contract Invited 9
Yacht for French Commissioner in New Hebrides 9
“CLEAR OUT!” How Samoa, In Panic Over Epidemic, Treated Five Apia Residents 9 , 10
EDITORIAL NOTE 10
FOR GALLANTRY Fiji Resident Awarded R.H.S. Silver Medal 10
Mr. TURNBULL’S VISIT TO N.Z. 10
PACIFIC MISSIONS’ CONFERENCE In Sydney Next April 10
N.G. OVERSEER ARRESTED IN SYDNEY 10
CHAMPION PATROL SUCCESSFULLY CROSSES UNKNOWN PAPUA Paddles in from Wilds as Extensive Search in Progress 11 , 12
NEW BISHOP OF NEW GUINEA 11
GOLD FEVER 12
CHRISTMAS IS. A Claim by U.S.A. 12
A NON-PAYING ENTERPRISE Seychelles Vessel in the Solomons 12
Mining Engineer Reports on N. Caledonian Chrome 12
TROPICAUTITIES 13
THE PREHISTORIC PACIFIC 13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14
Advertising 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 15
Advertising 15
WAU ROADS IMPROVED 16
Advertising 16
SEARCH FOR OIL IN PAPUA Activities of Three Large Companies 16
New Pearling Co. for Thursday Island 16
Advertising 17
FAREWELL TO THE SEA Viggo Rasmussen Retires 18
Advertising 18
N.G. GOLDFIELD ROAD Would It Reduce Transport Costs? 18
IN THE GOOD OLD BAD DAYS A Wanderer in Fiji a Hundred Years Ago 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
TAHITI’S ISOLATION Vain Plea to Matson Line 21
N.G. AIRMAN FORCED DOWN ON BEACH 21
DUTCH MOUNTAINEERS’ FEAT IN NEW GUINEA 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
Advertising 22
Islands Agriculture Up-to-date 22
POSTMASTER FOR 23 YEARS Mr. E. E. Dunwoodie Leaves Apia 23
CHALLENGE TO CLIMBERS Mountains of Tahiti 23
Advertising 23
FIJI FINANCES HEALTHY 24
OFF TOEASTER Scientists Visit Island Which Has Lost Its Mysteries 24
Advertising 24
GROWTH OF FAMOUS ENGLISH JAM FIRM 24 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
A Glad Good-bye to Undesirable Tourists Tahiti’s Future Based on Agriculture 26
TAXES ABOLISHED Important Ordinances Passed in Samoa 26
OVER UNKNOWN PAPUA Two Notable Aeroplane Journeys Provide Valuable Geographical Information 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
SECOND FLIGHT 28
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE 28
HOW SHALL NEW GUINEA NATIVES MAKE AND SELL COPRA? Outspoken Statement by Rabaul Resident 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
Editorial Note. 30 , 31
NOTES FROM THE COOK ISLANDS 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
GOLD IN THE SOLOMONS New Mining Laws Open Way For New Industry 32
DEATH OF N.G. PATROL OFFICER Result of Arrow Wound in Lung 33
VALE, “TOMMY” HOUGH! 33
Advertising 33 , 34
“CLOSED DISTRICTS” IN G. AND E. 34
REARRANGEMENT OF N.D.L. SHIPPING New Guinea and Solomons 34
THE MISSIONS IN PAPUA 34
MONUMENT TO A FRENCH SOLDIER 35
N.G. NATIVE PASSES FORGED CHEQUES 35
Advertising 35
RABAUL’S NEW CLUB BUILDING 36
Advertising 36
TRADE 36 , 37
THE MOTE IN N.Z.’S EYE! Asiatic Labour in Samoa and New Zealand 37
ROYAL FAMILIES OF POLYNESIA Interesting Marriage Next May 37
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE 37
Advertising 37 , 38
RAROTONGA’S HOWL Few Berths and High Fares 38
RELIC OF MARQUIS DE RAYS EXPEDITION 38
CANNED BEER 39
NEW OIL STATION IN TAHITI 39
TAHITIAN PINEAPPLES 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
REEF FISHING 40
NO MORE TAHITIAN LABOUR Reform Affects Three Mid-Pacific Islands 40
IMPRESSIONS OF THE TROBRIANDS Hospitable People, With Many Strange Customs 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46 , 47
Advertising 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46 , 47
SAMOAN JAIL-BREAKERS 48
Advertising 48
Attack on “Local-born” Problem Samoan Land for 10 Young Men 48
Quick Detective Work in Rarotonga 48
GHASTLY MURDER IN TAHITI Prominent Resident Under Arrest 49
DROUGHT IN THE MARQUESAS 49
SAMOAN PERSONAL NOTES 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
53,000 SAMOANS 45 Per Cent. Increase In Ten Years 50
Native Crime in New Guinea 50
Advertising 50
VALUABLE PLANTS OF FIJI There Is Wealth Waiting in Perfumed Trees and Flowers 51 , 52 , 53
Advertising 51 , 52
N. HEBRIDES RESIDENT COMMISSIONER IN AUSTRALIA 53
Advertising 53
Huge Seaplanes for Central Pacific Pan-American Airways Plan Service to Australia in 1938 54
COULD NOT LAND AT APIA Passengers and Infantile Paralysis Panic 54
LOSS TO NEW GUINEA . SERVICE 54
Advertising 54
PAGES FROM THE PAST 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
“TIMI” IS DEAD Dwight Long’s Companion on World Voyage 56
THE FATE OF NEW GUINEA Is it to be a “Returned German Colony”? 57
“PIERRE LOTI” TAKES UP RUNNING 57
TO REPLACE “VAN REES” 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
PROBLEM OF EDUCATING NATIVES Value of Anthropology 58
RAT-CATCHING AS AN INDUSTRY 58
Future of Primitive Men in New Guinea An Appeal by a Wise Old Missionary 59
New Protestant Church in Tahiti 59
BREWERY FOR WAU 59
Advertising 59 , 60
NEW JUDGE FOR SAMOA 60
PATTERN SERVICE 60
Advertising 60
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
POPULAR WAU GIRL 62
DEATH OF MR. E. L. WALTER 62
COOK ISLAND NOTES 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
FIJI'S MAIL SERVICE DISLOCATED 64
25 YEARS Makogai Leper Station’s Anniversary 64
SUVA YACHT STOLEN “Seafarer” and Four Indians Disappear 65
Advertising 65
FIJI CUTTER WRECKED 66
TAHITI LOSES ITS “BOAT-DAY” 66
Advertising 66
FIJI’S REPRESENTATIVES AT CORONATION 66 , 68
Advertising 66 , 67 , 68
THE “HAWEIS” First Tahitian Trading Schooner 68
Advertising 68
A NEW CHURCH IN SAMOA How It Was Built 69
Advertising 69 , 70
Pacific Islands Mining Notes From Fiji 70
From Papua 70
From New Guinea 70 , 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
Quotations for Islands Gold Shares 72
SAMOAN-EUROPEANS Interesting Facts Disclosed by Census 73 , 74
Advertising 73 , 74
Bitter Thoughts of a White Solomon Islands Planter and Trader 74
NEW GOLDFIELD IN NEW GUINEA 74
SYDNEY TO THURSDAY IS. IN THE “PUP” Fine Achievement of 2½ h.p. Launch 75
JUSTICE IN NEW GUINEA 75
NOT WELCOME Lord Moyne’s Visit to Palau, in Western Carolines 75
A LIGHTING PLANT FOR YOUR BUNGALOW 75
Advertising 75
SOLOMON ISLANDS Native Wages and Recruiting 76
Advertising 76
M.V. “MALAITA” AT TULAGI 77
A BATTERYLESS RADIO SET FOR THE ISLANDS 77
TORRES STRAITS NEWS 77
Norfolk Island Trade 77
Advertising 77
Islands Produce Coffee 78
Advertising 78
Exchange Rates 78
Market1 Quotations Range of Prices 79
Advertising 79
Shipping Services in the Pacific 80 , 81 , 82
Advertising 80 , 81 , 82 , 83 , 84

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