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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. VIII, No. 4 ( Nov. 25, 1937)
Images
88
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 86
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Quick International Changes Affect Pacific Territories 5 , 6
RABAUL AIR-MAIL PLANS 6
FOR RAROTONGA Refrigeration and Electric Light 6
MR. JACK HIDES 6
ERRORS IN GILBERT ISLANDS CHART 6
DEATH OF LADY MARKS 6
NEW LIGHT ON HOWLAND ISLAND 6
PLANTATIONS FOR SAMOAN LOCAL-BORN COMMUUNITY 6
DWIGHT LONG IN THE THAMES 7
CHINESE COOLIES Being Sent Out of Samoa 7
British Naval Strength In the Pacific 7
NATIVES DRYING COPRA Interesting Development In N.G. 7
NO NEW LINERS FOR TRANS-PACIFIC May Be Factor in Anglo-American Co-operation 7
FLOOD OF WHALE OIL Huge Fleet Gone To Antarctic 7
DUKE OF WINDSOR MAY VISIT PACIFIC 8
18 MONTHS’ GAOL FOR PAPUAN POISONER 8
AFTERMATH OF RABAUL ERUPTIONS 8
GUINEA AIRWAYS 3-Engined Ford Returns To N.G. 8
New Minister For the Territories 8
Pays Dividend At Last! 8
Advertising 8
ENTRY FORBIDDEN Final Reply From N.G. Administration To Enterprise N.L. 9
PACIFIC AIR-MAIL SERVICES Series of Exasperating Delays 9
Destruction of Burns, Philp Store in Rabaul, N.G. 9
SEARCH FOR AMELIA EARHART GOES ON 9
COPRA PRICE Review of World-wide Conditions 10
Ffrost Not Guilty of Manslaughter Sentenced to Six Months’ Gaol for Assault 10
TIMBER FROM NEW GUINEA 10
JUDGE WANLISS 10
AS DECK CARGO FROM HOLLAND New 200-Tons Coastal Vessel for New Caledonia 10
A MONEY-SPINNER Activities of Bulolo Co., T.N.G. 11
NATIVE POLITICS IN SAMOA Old Mau Influence Apparently Waning Grievances and Requests By New Mau 11
STATUS OF AMERICAN SAMOA 11
Time For a Siesta in Fiji 12
MISSION CENTENARY IN WALLIS ISLAND 12
NEW GUINEA ADMINISTRATOR IN SYDNEY 12
CRUISE BY “ BREMEN ” CANCELLED 12
RABAUL'S FUTURE CANNOT BE HASTILY DECIDED Australian Press Ignores Important Factors 12
TROPICALITIES 13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14 , 15
Advertising 15 , 16
STEVENSON’S TOMB IN SAMOA Report of Neglect By the New Zealand Authorities 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
Editorial Note 18 , 19
NEW TONG AN GOVERNMENT STORES 19
N.G. PLANE WRECKED 19
Advertising 19
FRANK PRYKE'S ASHES Buried at Samarai 19
A FAMILY CRUISE 19
Advertising 19
GROWTH OF WAU BAKERY 20
Advertising 20
WRITER – YACHTSMANWITH ACCENT ON WRITER! 20
U.S. Scientists’ Pacific Flight Delayed Mr. Archbold to Fly to Papua In New Airboat 20
Hawaii Governor To Visit Samoa 20
B.S.I. COUNCIL Non-Official Protest at £2,762 Item For Unexplained Scheme 21
Papuan Rubber-Growers May Lose Bounty 21
Advertising 21
COTTON-GROWING BY JAPANESE IN DUTCH NEW GUINEA Small Group Have Proved Possibilities of Industry 22 , 23 , 24 , 25
Advertising 22 , 23 , 24
MARRIED IN TONGA 25
RIDDLE OF EASTER IS. 25
Advertising 25
WHEN AN AERODROME IS NOT AN AERODROME 26
Advertising 26
70,000 CASES OF ORANGES Progress of "Control" Plan In Cook Islands 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
WATER RATIONED Pt. Moresby Gets 4 Gallons Per Day Per Person 28
WATER RATION DOUBLED 28
RECORD RAINS ON N.G. GOLDFIELDS 28
Advertising 29
THE FUTURE OF THE PHILIPPINES "Nation Which Controls This Group, Controls Asia" 30
Advertising 30
Ancient Artifacts Curious Stone Objects Found on Morobe Goldfield, T.N.G. 30
PAGE OF TONGAN HISTORY Decision In Lengthy Land Litigation 31
New B.P. Inter-Island Vessel 31
Advertising 31
INLAND TAHITI Wild Cattle Now Roam Fertile Uninhabited Papenoo Valley 32
Advertising 32
NEW CONDITIONS FOR FIJI SERVICE Division Between Overseas and Local Men Causes Active Discussion 33
Advertising 33 , 34
RECORDS OF VOLCANOES IN NEW GUINEA 34
"INSULT" TO FIJI INDIANS Community Protests Against P. & O. Circular 34 , 35
NEW VESSEL FOR SAMOA 35
LEPROSY INTRODUCED TO COOK IS. FROM HAWAII 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
ROTUMA 36
ALLEGED MURDER IN FIJI 36
ISLANDS "LITERATURE" Its Disturbing Effect Upon Tahiti 37
MADANG CITIZENS' ASSOC. 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
MISIMA GOLD Progress of Companies On Rich Little Island In South Eastern Papua 38 , 39
Advertising 39
NEW CALEDONIA’S PRODUCE ON SHOW 40
Advertising 40
LESE – MAJESTY ! Papeete and the Honour of an Actor 40
MAULED BY SHARK Aitutaki Diver’s Narrow Escape 41
PACIFIC ISLANDS CLUB 41
FOUR MILLION DOLLARS RISE IN HAWAII REVENUE 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
ABOUT THIS MINING BUSINESS ! 42
HIS HEAD IN SHARK’S MOUTH! 42
New Stamps for N.H. Condominium 43
WAU PERSONAL NOTES 43
FIJI GOVERNOR ATTENDS BA RACE MEETING 43
Advertising 43
A DANISH CARTOONIST LOOKS OVER THE NEW HEBRIDES 44
TIURAI'S MANA A Tahitian Who Worked Miracles 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
DEATH OF FORMER GOVERNOR OF FR. OCEANIA 46
TARO RECIPES 46
A HAVEN NO LONGER MRS. GRUNDY MOVES IN AT TAHITI 47
DOCTOR FOR SAVU SAVU 47
Advertising 47 , 48
PEARL-DIVING A Vanished Industry In French Oceania 48
KAMEHAMEHA’S STATUE ON NEW HAWAIIAN STAMPS 48
AN ANCIENT TRIBAL DRUM How It Passed Into The Possession Of a B.S.I. Missionary 49
CLOUD-BURST HITS TAHITI 49
Advertising 49
POWER OF NEW GUINEA JUDGES 50
Advertising 50
B.S.I. Natives Adrift 50
TUSITALA'S FRIEND MEMORIES OF DONAT, STORYTELLER OF THE TUAMOTUS 50
TYPICAL MINER'S SHACK IN NEW GUINEA 51
WAU DROME BUSY 51
MORE MONEY FOR MISSION WORK 51
Suva Becomes a Builder's Paradise 51
Advertising 51
New Baths Opened At Bulolo 52
Advertising 52
RAY PARER 52
WHO “DISCOVERED” THE UKULELE 52
HAWAII IS PIVOT OF AMERICAN-PACIFIC DEFENCE PLAN Explanation of Enormous Fortification Expenditure In North East Pacific 53 , 54 , 55 , 56
Advertising 53 , 54 , 55 , 56
BASTILLE DAY IN TAHITI Old-time Native Songs and Dances Revived For Colourful July 14 Celebrations 56 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
NORFOLK ISLAND 58
DRIVING ON RABAUL HARBOUR 59
NEW BOOK ON N.G. 59
Advertising 59
TONGAN MISSIONARIES 60
Advertising 60
Fiji Indians Are Keen Footballers 60
LAZY CRUISE THROUGH SOUTH SEAS 60
ESTABLISHING NEW CAMP IN UNKNOWN PAPUA Mr. Ivan Champion Flies To Lake Kutubu 61
“NGATAKI” RETURNS TO TONGA 61
A PERFECT ONE-MAN CANOE 61
VON LUCKNER EXPECTED AT TAHITI 61
Advertising 61
FIJI’S NEW ROAD Sigatoka Link Has Scenic Attractions 62
Advertising 62
FIJI'S EDUCATION PROBLEMS Now Before a Special Committee 62
FIJIAN NAMES Simpler Government Spelling Creates New Difficulties 62 , 63
Advertising 63
TAVUA’S TWO RICH MINES 63
NEW R.A. AT ATIU, COOK IS. 63 , 64
Advertising 64
LAST LINK WITH OLD SAMOA Death of 90-years-old High Chief Tuimalealiifano 64 , 65
OLD FIJI RESIDENTS DEATH OF MR. JOHN LINN HUNT 65
Advertising 65
WANDERING JAPANESE 66
Advertising 66
CENTRAL N. GUINEA 66
PATTERN SERVICE 66
FEAST OF WHALE MEAT 66
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 67 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
THE MAGISTRATE'S "IF" 68
GOVERNMENT. L.M.S. MISSION AND NATIVES CO-OPERATE IN PAPUA Important New Tubercular and Leprosy Hospital Opened by Sir Hubert Murray at Gemo Is. 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
USE FOR COCOA SHELL 70
A PAPUAN FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE 71
“DISTURBED THE PEACE” 71
ALLEGED THEFT AND ARSON 71
Advertising 71
TORRES STRAIT NOTES 72
Advertising 72
Samoan Cocoa-beans Drop £20 Per Ton 72
ISLANDS FREIGHTERS CHANGE HANDS 72
Young Tongans Vie For Athletic Honours 72
FIRE AT RABAUL, T.N.G. 73
NEW ORIENT LINER “ORCADES” 73
FIRE ON JAPANESE TRAINING SHIP 73
TAHITI AND RAROTONGA 73
Advertising 73 , 74
CUNNING NATIVES Rob Solomon Is. Recruiters of £3 per Head 74
SAMOAN BANANA QUOTAS INCREASED 74
New Coastal Vessel For Papua 75
RADIO IN THE SOUTH SEAS Growth of A.W.A.'s New Guinea Service 75
Advertising 75 , 76
Australian Short Wave Broadcast December 5 to January 1 77 , 78
Advertising 77 , 78
ISLANDS MINING NOTES 78
From New Guinea 78 , 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
ISLANDS SHARE PRICES 80
Islands Produce 81
Exchange Rates 81
Advertising 81
Market Quotations Range of Prices 82
Advertising 82
Shipping Services in the Pacific 83 , 84 , 85
Advertising 83 , 84 , 85
TRAGEDY IN FIJI 86
Advertising 86
SYDNEY’S 150th ANNIVERSARY 86
Advertising 87 , 88

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