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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IX, No. 2 ( Sep. 15, 1938)
Pages
88
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 85 , 86
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Concerning The Rt. Hon. W. M. Hughes, P.C., M.P. 5 , 6
TO COMBAT A COCONUT PEST 6
Cagoulards Murder An Echo in New Caledonia 6
Advertising 6
HAWAII'S RACIAL MIXTURE Remarkable Economic and Social Conditions 7
NEW GOVERNOR OF FIJI 7
OIL SEARCH IN PAPUA 7
NEW GOLD IN NEW GUINEA Reported Find at Head of Sepik 7
N. Guinea Roads and Gold A Word From a Man on the Spot 7
Freezing Works for New Caledonia Progress in Pastoral and Mining Industries 8
TROPICAL MEDICAL TRAINING 8
ISLANDS BOUND 8
Native Servant Kills Five With Tomahawk Horrible Crime in New Caledonia 8
COPRA Prices Sag Under World-Wide "Jitters" 8
Samoan Washerwoman Steals Traveller's Cheques 8
Advertising 8
IN SEARCH OF A CAPITAL N.G. Officials on a Cruise 9
TWO GOLDEN JUBILEES Marist Teachers in Samoa and Fiji 9
GDOWTH OF AVIATION IN PACIFIC Suva Likely To Become An Important Airport 9
P.A.A. AT NOUMEA? An Interesting Report 9 , 10
BRITAIN AND U.S.A. 10
AIR FORCE BASES IN PACIFIC Pt. Moresby-Suva-Norfolk Is.- Rarotonga 10
FIJIAN RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL TEAM 10
LOWER RATES DEMANDED Food and Transport in N. Guinea 10
SAMOAN INTRIGUE Advertisement for Police Inspector 10
One Capital for Papua and New Guinea Some Interesting History 11
NEW MANAGER FOR N.G.G. 11
HONOURS FOR QUEEN SALOTE 11
PACIFIC TIMBER New Industries at Various Points 11
"HOME-BREW" IN SAMOA Fantastic System Under Review 11 , 12
A PORT MORESBY WEDDING 11
FELLED A NATIVE A Charge of Manslaughter 12
NEW BOOKS 12
B.S.I. TRAVELLERS 12
OFFICIALS ON A TOUR 12
TROPICALITIES 13
NEW GUINEA FINANCE 13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14 , 15
Advertising 15 , 16
NEW RICH LAND FOR COLONISTS New Guinea's Central Tablelands 16
HIGHEST CROSS IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE Placed By Catholic Missionaries On Top Of Mt. Albert Edward, in Papua, 13,213 Feet 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
Annual Report Of W. R. Carpenter & Co., Ltd. 18
MORE NEW GUINEA POPULATION Archbold Expedition Reports Thickly-Settled Area in Dutch Hinterland 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
SAMOAN BANANA INQUIRY RE-OPENED 20
"LUXURY LINERS" More Reports of Trans-Pacific Developments 20
Advertising 20
ADAM AND EVE 21
THE LATE JACK HIDES 21
SAMOAN BANANA INDUSTRY Credit to Lote Sir G. Richordson 21
Advertising 21
NORFOLK ISLAND FRUIT "Tasman" Takes Oranges to New Zealand 22
Advertising 22
"MACDHUI" PASSENGERS 22
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE 22
Advertising 23
TWO PATROL VESSELS FOR NORTH 24
Advertising 24
Outlook For Tropical Commodities Summary By Sir W. Carpenter 24 , 25
DEATH OF MR. W. H. GRUBE 25
COOK IS. SHIPPING 25
WHAT, NO RADIO? 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
GOLD! Industry Saves Fiji From Embarrassment 26
LUTHERAN MISSIONARIES IN A MINOR AFFRAY 26
INTERNATIONAL COURTESIES AT FT. MORESBY 26
Advertising 26 , 27
RAIATEA FIRE-WALKERS 28
Advertising 28
3/9 PER CASE For Cook Is. Banana-Growers 28
"CURSE OF THE PASS" 28
Advertising 28
ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 29
Advertising 29
THE WAR OF THE CAPITAL SITE Salomaua Selection Under Review—Some Unusual and Remarkable Circumstances 30 , 31 , 59 , 60
Advertising 30 , 31 , 32
SOLOMON IS. FUTURE Pro and Anti-Australia 32
AN ISLANDS IDENTITY 120 Trips to Tahiti in 50 Years 32
NEW SLIPWAY AT PT. MORESBY 33
N. GUINEA SULPHUR Is An Industry Possible? 33
Advertising 33
N.Z.'s DECLINING TRADE WITH FIJI 34
Advertising 34
THE OLD ORDER CHANGES Tahiti's Chinese Neglect Their Temple 34
OIL BILL BEFORE PAPUAN COUNCIL 34
NATIVE'S COURAGE How He Saved Companion From Alligator 35
CAR PLUNGES 100ft. OFF EDIE CK. ROAD 35
Neglected British in New Hebrides 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
Is There Gold In "Them Thar Hills"? Seven Years' Search in the Salomons 36
Control of P.O.D. Co. in Papua 36
THE TRILITHON, OR HAAMOGA- A-MAUI, OF TONGA 37
NEW GUINEA CLUB 37
PITCAIRN ISLAND A "CLOSED DISTRICT" 37
Advertising 37
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY 50 YEARS AGO Hoisting of the British Flog in Popua on Sept. 4, 1888 38 , 39
Advertising 38
AIRMAILS ACROSS N. PACIFIC Mystery of "Hawaii Clipper's" Disappearance 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
PAPUA'S FINANCE Influence of Oil Companies 40
EXPLORATION IN CENTRAL NEW GUINEA 40
THE OLD “MARIPOSA” Memories of Tahiti of 30 Years Ago 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
NO VICE-REGAL TOUR THIS YEAR 42
Advertising 42
HUMOUR OF A BISHOP Dr. Boddeley's Report of a Visit to New Britain 42 , 43
Advertising 43 , 44
ON "GOING FINISH" 44
WORLD’S RICHEST NATIVE COMMUNITY Curious Educational Problem In Central Pacific 45
What Is The Future Of Young Nauruans? 45 , 46 , 47
Advertising 45 , 46
'ORDER OF THE CROWN OF TONGA" 47
AMERICAN YACHTS AT PAPEETE 47
COOL HILL STATION For New Caledonian Residents 47
Advertising 47
LAND "TITLES” An Incident in Samoa 48
GRAVE OF TONGA'S FIRST MONARCH 48
Advertising 48
Turtle Led Adventurer to Cook Is. Treasure 48
Advertising 48
FIJI BROADCAST Interest of Native Children 49
BLOWN OFF COURSE: TWO DAYS WITHOUT FOOD 49
MISSION SHIP "DUFF" 49
Advertising 49
"MAUNGANUI" TOURISTS MISS SAMOA 50
Advertising 50
MEDICAL CARE OF N.H. NATIVES Credit to Administration or Missions? 50
YEARS OF PLENTY Before Twilight Engulfed the Tuamotus 51
A Valuable Anthropological Record 51
Advertising 51
KAURI FROM NEW CALEDONIA 52
Advertising 52
FUZZY-HEADED! 52
Malaria As Aid To The Insane 52
Advertising 53
COPRA TAX SUSPENDED 54
Advertising 54
THE THRIFTLESS POLYNESIAN A Problem in Tahiti 54
PAPUAN EXECUTED 54
WHAT IS WRONG ON NAURU? Morale of Native Constabulary 55
CRUISING YACHTS 55
Advertising 55
ROYAL POMARE FAMILY, OF TAHITI 56
Advertising 56
NOTES ON THE PORTRAITS 56 , 57
Market Reports by Teleradio Wireless Aids Torres Strait Beche-de-Mer Fishers 57
Advertising 57 , 58 , 59 , 60
EXPERT REPORTS ON PORT MORESBY WATER SUPPLY 60 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
Pearling Threatened With Extinction 62
Advertising 62
A THIRD "SUVA" Name for New Carpenter Vessel 62
SUCCESS OF SAMOAN BANANA INSPECTION 62
EDUCATION FACILITIES IN AUSTRALIA 62
Life Saving Society in Fiji Good Progress Since Inception in 1936 63
PACIFIC BOY SCOUTS 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
“MONOPOLIES” IN NEW GUINEA Some Considerations Which Apparently are Overlooked 64 , 65
Another Japanese Line in Western Pacific 65
TAHITIAN PRINCESS RETURNS FROM FRANCE 65
Advertising 65
NEW HEAD FOR THE KING’S SCHOOL 66
Advertising 66
DO GUMTREES KILL MALARIA? Interesting Theory tor Melanesia 66
Advertising 66 , 67 , 68
TAHITI WEDDING 68
Advertising 68
PATTERN SERVICE 68
Seeking Route Through Mountains Four Parties Surveying for Salamaua-Wau Road 69 , 70
Advertising 69
Advertising 70
MARRIED AT KAVIENG, NEW GUINEA 70
New Caledonia's Home Representative 70
Native-Grown Coffee and Rice Papuans Work Out Their Taxesand Show a Profit 71
A MILLION FRANCS! Reorganisation of the "Chagrin" Mine, New Caledonia 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
PACIFIC MINING NEWS From Fiji 72
From New Guinea 72 , 73
Quotations For Islands Mining Shares 73
From Papua 73
Advertising 73 , 74
Australian Short Wave Broadcast Oct. 2 to Oct 29 75 , 76
Advertising 75 , 76
ERUPTION COST New Guinea Finds £40,000 76
“A PAIN IN THE NECK” "Moko's" Adventures While En Route to New Guinea 76
ADMINISTRATOR OF NAURU Lieut-Colonel Chalmers 77
NEW CHIEF JUDGE IN SAMOA 77
Advertising 77
Exchange Pates 78
Advertising 78
ISLANDS PRODUCE [Copyright by “Pacific Islands Monthly”.] Coffee 78
Market Quotations 79
Advertising 79
PREMATURE ADVT.? Tenders for Cutting N. Guinea Timber 80
Advertising 80
PACIFIC PEOPLE 80
Shipping Services in the Pacific 81 , 82 , 83 , 84 , 85
Advertising 81 , 82 , 83 , 84 , 85 , 86
ATTACK ON H.G. PATROL Native Constable Killed: 'Plane Brings Reinforcements 86
Advertising 86 , 87 , 88

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