Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XIII, No. 8 ( Mar. 17, 1943)
Images
44
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 3
Advertising 4
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
The Axis Will Crack: So What Now in the Pacific ? 5 , 6
RESCUED Score of People in US Submarine 6
How General Bowels May Contribute to the Welfare of General Good 6
NEW GUINEA WOMEN'S CLUB 6
NGG AWAITS END OF THE WAR Long Hard Fight Probable Before Any War Insurance is Paid 7
Unusual Crime in Samoa 7
TAHITI MAKES ITS OWN LEATHER 7
Daily Dogfights Over Mission Remarkable Experiences of Papuan Padre 8
COOK IS. COPRA Group Booms Under High Prices 8
LITTLE FLOUR Fiji on Short Supplies 8
Queensland-New Guinea Association 8
REPAYMENT 8
PAPUA AS IT IS 8
LIGHT ON WAR DAMAGE CLAIMS Commission at Last Acknowledges That Territories Need Special Consideration 9
SCENE OF BATTLE IN AUGUST, 1942 9
MEMORIES OF MR. LANGSTONE Something About the Administratorship and History of Distressful Samoa 10
MOTHER AGNES Recognition of a Lifetime of Spendid Work in Fiji 10
Fiji Council Extended One Year 10
NEW GUINEA IS MORE THAN A BATTLEFIELD 11
COLD BACON Useful Recipe for the Islands 11
Rarotongan Leader in War Work 11
GOLDEN WEDDING 11
Advertising 11
PROBLEMS OF EVACUEES What Association is Doing 12
Return of Norman Neal and "Blue" Allen 12
Death of Engineer Harry Tate 12
A. P. LYONS Retires After 36 Years in Papuan Service 13
TRIBUTE TO AUSTRALIAN "EFFICIENCY" Death of a New Guinea Baby 13
NEW GUINEA RETURNED SOLDIERS 13
AMERICANS AND AUSTRALIANS 13
FIJI MANPOWER Problem is Acute 13
Solomons Miners Defy Japs Attention tor Rubber Plantations 13
Per Ardua Ad Astra 14
HENRY NOTT, PIONEER 14
RECENT ISLANDS CASUALTIES 14
FIJI HURRICANE In South-east of Colony 14
TAHITI PROSPERS Cheering Speech by the Governor 14 , 15
SAMOA ENJOYS HIGH PRICES 15
NOT DEAD 15
SOME MOSQUITO! 15
Advertising 15
HOW JAPS CAME TO TULAGI—AND DEPARTED Fijian Eye-witness's Account of Two Early Solomons Battles 16 , 17
Advertising 16
TONKA BEANS Valuable Islands Product 17
Fiji Blackout Relaxed 17
Advertising 17 , 18
MODERN VERSUS OLD 18
13 NEW NMP's Graduation Ceremony at Suva Medical School 18
Tourism for Tahiti After the War 19
AMERICAN INFLUENCE! 19
Advertising 19 , 20
SAMOA'S HOME-BREW History of a Quaint Problem 21
Her Grateful Thanks 21
Advertising 21
ANTI AEDES War on Aegypti and Vexans 22
Advertising 22
QUEEN POMARE'S DIARY 22
BROWN BROTHER AND THE BRIG 23
SAMOAN RESIDENTS May Return—But Advised to Stay Away 23
Moresby Man's Rare Medal 23
Advertising 23
Time Marches On in Papua Milestones Built by Hubert Murray Are Etched by Lewis Lett 24 , 25
Advertising 24 , 25
THE ORIGIN OF By What Route Did They Come From Indonesia? 26
Advertising 26
Those Who Left and Those Who Stayed 27
Advertising 27
GROW SPICES? Jap War Leaves Some Markets Bare 28
WAR NOT ALL A CURSE What it May Do for Solomons 28
Advertising 28
Plain Story of a Solomons Native 29
MANPOWER PROBLEMS Fiji Planter's Troubles 29
CAPTAIN J. D. S. PHILLIPS RETIRES 29
Advertising 29
Dodging Japs in Solomons Jungles 30
Advertising 30
Forgotten Tragedies of the Pacific 30
N. GUINEA NOW IS NEWS What the Japs Have Done For Us 31 , 32
Advertising 31
CHILLI PEPPERS 32
PILOT R. A. DUNN Now Squadron-Leader, DFC and Benedict 32
Advertising 32
EXTRAORDINARY TREK Across New Guinea With Chinese Refugees 33
BARRIER REEF—ONE OF WORLD'S WONDERS 33
IT WAS CALICO: FINE, £25 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
ROLL OF HONOUR 34 , 35 , 36 , 37
Advertising 35 , 36 , 37
TAUPONGI OF RENNEL Missionary Has Embarrassing Guest 38
Advertising 38
GOOD-BYE, PORK ! Tahiti Bewails the Passing of the Common Village Pig 38
KILLED IN ACTION 39
MOTOR CENSUS Fiji Spare-parts Troubles 39
Advertising 39
IN NEW CALEDONIA 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
Two Tragedies of Papua 40
SOME MORE RECOLLECTIONS 40
PLANTERS TO RETURN TO PAPUA Army-controlled Plan to Stimulate Rubber and Copra Production 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
Why Not a Pawpaw and Kaukau Board ? Bureaucracy Discovers New Guinea 42
Australian Short Wave Broadcast 43
COCONUT FIBRE FROM CEYLON 43
Quotations For Mining Shares 43
FIJI BUYING PRICES 43
ISLANDS PRODUCE 43
Exchange Rates 43
Market Quotations 43
Advertising 44

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