Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. VIII, No. 8 ( Mar. 24, 1938)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 82
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
WHAT BRITAIN IS FACING ALONE. 5 , 6
AMERICANS ON CANTON IS. 6 , 7
"NUTFALL" Victory Likely For B.S.I. Entomologists. 7
SYDNEY-RABAUL AIR-MAIL. 7
Japan’s Mandated Islands. Some Recent Statistics. 7
LIBEL ACTIONS SETTLED. 7
RABAUL TROOP OF CHINESE BOY SCOUTS. 7
SHORTHORN-CEBU CATTLE IN NEW GUINEA. 8
Mr. E. C. HARRIS Retiring From Treasury of Papua. 8
N.G. CAPITAL. Committee's Search For New Site. 8 , 9
THE SHADOW OF THINGS TO COME. 8
THE CLAIMS OF WAU. 9
A MILLIONAIRE! 9
“IF WAU IS SELECTED” 9
MOROBE POPULATION. 9
SAMOAN ADMINISTRATION. Mau Delegation Back In Apia, 9
Advertising 9
GERMANY'S OLD COLONIES. 10
Progress of Samoan Land Settlement Scheme. 10
IN CENTRAL NEW GUINEA. 10
CENTRAL PACIFIC AVIATION. Early History of Pan-American Airways. 10
FRIENDLY RIVAL CLAIMS FOR CANTON ISLAND. British Official Party Now In Possession There. 11 , 12
WANDERING YACHTSMEN. 12
"JIMMY" SIM. 12
13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14
Advertising 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 15
Advertising 15 , 16
THOUSANDS OF TONGAN TAXPAYERS IN DEFAULT. Urgent Need For Review of Financial System. 16 , 18
Advertising 16 , 17 , 18
Another Demand For Reform. 18
Advertising 18
NORFOLK ISLAND'S TRADE. 18
RUINING NATIVE LABOURERS. Inexperienced Miners In N. Guinea and Papua. 19
SUICIDE IN RABAUL. 19
GUINEA AIRWAYS DARWIN SERVICE. Request For A Subsidy. 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
KUKUKUKUS FIGHT. Oil Searchers In Conflict With Wild Mountain People. 20
HEIGH-HO, SUCH IS LIFE! The Ups and Downs of a New Guinea Carpenter. 21
MISSING COPIES OF THE "P.I.M." 21
Demand For Judicial Reform In New Guinea. 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
NEW RUBBER COMPANIES IN PAPUA. 22
COOK IS. FRUIT. 23
Advertising 23
"MIS-SENT TO SAMARAI." Complaints of a Muddled Mail Service. 23
Advertising 23 , 24
Superannuation and Water Supply in Port Moresby. 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
JAPANESE POACHERS. Another Series of Incidents. 26
SEVEN DEATHS IN FIJI DYSENTERY OUTBREAK. 26
LOADING COPRA AT PUT PUT, NEW GUINEA 27
JAPANESE BUSY IN N. CALEDONIA. Mineral Exploitation On Large Scale. 27
Advertising 27 , 28
LECTURE ON NEW HEBRIDES. 28
Advertising 28
MISSION SPHERES OF INFLUENCE. Papuan System Criticised By Bishop. 28
Advertising 29
CLAY-EATING PAPUANS. 30
Advertising 30
IS HANDSHAKING A FOUL HABIT? 30
"DREAMINGS." 30
LIGHTING UP 31
THAT "WALKINGSTICK" LEGEND. Refuted By Sir H. Murray's Own Report. 31
Advertising 31
ESTABLISHED TAHITI'S AIR SERVICE. 32
Advertising 32
NO AUSTRALIAN RULE! New Hebrides Planters Would Rather Have Condominium Than Commonwealth. 32 , 33
Advertising 32
Serious Crimes in Samoa. 33
Advertising 33
DANGEROUS DRIVERS AT WAU. 34
Advertising 34
OIL SEARCH IN PAPUA. Whole Territory Now Parcelled Among Four Companies. 34
The Pii Mato A Vanished Race of Cliff-Dwellers in Tahiti. 35
SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR YOUNG TONGANS. 35
EXHIBITION OF ISLANDS CURIOS. 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
WHERE MUCH RICH GOLD HAS BEEN WON. 36
Training Nauruan Scouts. 36
Advertising 36
Tonga's Population Is Increasing. 36
SAMOA’S OLDEST RESIJDENT. Death of Manuel Silva, Hero of the 1889 Hurricane. 37
Advertising 37
SEVEN TOURIST BOATS FOR FIJI. 38
Advertising 38
TO LIVE IN THE SOLOMONS. 38
FOUND BY PLANE. Four Tahiti Residents Marooned On Tetiaroa. 39
DEATH OF FORMER TONGAN JUDGE. 39
FIJI'S SHARE IN CARNEGIE FUND FOR 1938. 39
VON LUCKNER REACHES NEW ZEALAND. 39
Advertising 39
Salt Lake City "Plan" For Central Pacific. 40
Advertising 40
TONGA’S FIRST BOOK. On Show at Sydney Exhibition. 40 , 41
GERMAN SCHOOL IN SAMOA. 41
AN HONOUR WELL DESERVED. 41
Advertising 41 , 42
PITCAIRN CALLING! American Plan to Set Up a Broadcasting Station. 42
JAPANESE IN NEW CALEDONIA. 43
TAHITIAN DROWNED IN PIERRE LOTI'S POOL. 43
"TIN-CAN MAILMAN" IN SYDNEY. 43
PROSPECTING IN DUTCH NEW GUINEA. Possibility Of A Dredging Scheme. 43
Advertising 43
CHI VERS’ REPRESENTATIVE IN FIJI. 44
BUSY WAU BAKERY. 44
Advertising 44
PAPUAN BIRDS. Valuable Collection For The London Zoo. 44
RAROTONGA PREPARES FOR HURRICANES. 44
BOUND FOR TAHITI. 44
TONGANS DO HOMAGE TO THEIR CROWN PRINCE Elaborate "Bogibogi" Ceremony Performed at Nukualofa. 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
THE "MYSTERY STONE" OF TAHITI. 46 , 47
PATROL VESSELS IN DUTCH NEW GUINEA. 47
Advertising 47
A Garden Town Again. Survey of Present-day Conditions at Rabaul. 48
Advertising 48
A PAPUAN FOOD HOUSE. 49
Love Laughs at Locksmiths. Escapades of an Australian Sailor in Samoa. 49
RADIO LICENCE FEE IN COOK ISLANDS 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
THE NONO TREE 50 , 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
THE BRAIN OF THE NATIVE. 52
NEW PHOSPHATE VESSELS. 52
NEW BOAT-SLIP. In Operation At Port Moresby, 53
Plane Damaged On N.G. Flight. 53
Advertising 53
NATIVE MINERS. Winning Gold in Papua. 54
Advertising 54
MYSTERY OF LOPE DE VEGA. Was He First European In Sydney Harbour? 54 , 55
JAPAN AND THE PHILIPPINES U.S.A. May Amend Independence Act. 55
Advertising 55
WEDDING AT SAMARA I. 56
Advertising 56
MY BELOVED ISLANDS! 56
Advertising 56
DAMAGES: 20 Rs. Libel Action In Seychelles. 56
Tahiti Prepares A Welcome for French Cadets. 56
CHANCE RESCUE How Girl Flier Was Found Near Madang. 57
MEMORIES OF THE "BEULAH." Tribulations Of A Papeete Ship-Agent. 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
Editorial Note 58
N.l.’s 150th Anniversary Celebrations. 58 , 60
Advertising 59
PLATE FOR HAAS "FIJI" 60
Advertising 60
To Attack White Rule In the Pacific. Plan of Dominant Japanese. 60
"DEAD HOUSE" GOES. Passing of Old Port Moresby Landmark. 61
PACIFIC DEEPS. 61
BUILDING ACTIVITY IN SUVA. 61 , 62
Advertising 61
A RICH PROFIT. 62
Advertising 62
Violent Storm Hits Fiji. Sugar Crop Seriously Damaged. 62
DEATH OF AGED FIJI LALI BEATER. 63
TRANSPACIFIC LINERS. Slow Progress to Agreement. 63
GOVERNOR OF FIJI AND SIR M. HEDSTROM. 63 , 64
Advertising 63
"STELLA POLARIS" AT SUVA. 64
Advertising 64
Cyclonic Weather Disturbs Port Moresby. 64
HEAVY FINES FOR FIJI PUBLICANS. 64
CINCHONA TREES. Success At New Guinea Experimental Station May Affect Dutch Quinine Monopoly. 65
Advertising 65 , 66
THE FUTURE OF NEW GUINEA. 66
Advertising 66
PATTERN SERVICE 66
TULAGI AND ITS CHINATOWN. Plea For More Vigorous Works Policy. 67 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
Staff Movements In N.G. Public Service. 68
SEARCH FOR AN IDEAL ISLAND. 69
CANBERRA AND A COOK. 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
ISLANDS MINING NOTES From Fiji. 70
From New Guinea 70 , 71
From Papua 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
MOROBE NEWS. 72
Quotations for Islands Gold Shares. 72
"OLD TIMERS" MEET AT SOLOMONS PARTY. 72
BOOKS FOR THE ISLANDS Carnegie Library Service. 73
AEROPLANE CRASHES. 73
£100 Stolen From Port Moresby Hotel Guest. 73
Advertising 73 , 74
Australian Short Wave Broadcast April 10 to May 7. 75
BROADCAST OF COPRA PRICES. 75
SERIOUS AFFRAY IN SAMOA. 75
Advertising 75
ARCHBOLD'S AIRBOAT. 76
Advertising 76
COPRA MARKET. Political Confusion And Whale Oil Tend To Depress Rates. 76
PACIFIC RACES7 ORIGIN. 76
ISLANDS PRODUCE Exchange Rates 77
Advertising 77
Market Quotations 78
Advertising 78
Shipping Services in the Pacific 79 , 80 , 81
Advertising 79 , 80
Hong Kong-New Guinea-Solomon Islands 81
Advertising 81
New Caledonian Services 82
SAMOAN BOY KILLED BY FALLING COCONUT. 82
Advertising 82 , 83 , 84

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