Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IX, No. 3 ( Oct. 15, 1938)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 90
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Effect on Pacific of Agreement in Europe 5 , 6
New pacific Shipping Service 6
New lands and People Archbold Exploration In Dutch New Guinea 7
Chrome and Nickel Oust Copra Protest From Tahiti Shippers 7
M.V. "BULOLO" New Vessel to Replace "Montoro" on N.G. Run 7
ISLANDS BOUND 7
Salvaging Wrecked Cargoes in N. Caledonia 7
MAKING WEATHER MAPS FOR AIRMEN Important New Organisation in South Pacific 8
Advertising 8
FIJI'S NEW ROAD Toll-Gate Causes Annoyance 9
NIUE HAS £13,132 Made Out of Stamps 9
WILD PIG MENACE IN VANUA LEVU 9
WEDDING IN WESTERN SAMOA 9
WHY NOT ONE SERVICE? Australian Tropical Territories' Administration 9
"S.J.S." RETIRES 10
THE TWO SAMOAS 10
OPIUM RAIDS IN FIJI 10
BEER BOYCOTT N.G. Miners on Warpath 10
"Determined To Have Our Road" Morobe Goldfields Interests are Emphatic 10
NO DECISION IN NEW GUINEA Capital Site Still Unknown—Wall Interests Fight for Retention of Road Plan 11 , 81 , 82
Advertising 11
W.R.C. LINE "S.S. Suva" Leaves for Pacific Ports in November 12
FIJIAN CHIEF Character of Late Ratu Veli 12
SIR HARRY LUKE Cordial Welcome for New Governor in Fiji 12
TROPICALITIES 13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 15
Advertising 15
New Guinea Air Services 16
Advertising 16
COPRA FREIGHTS Co-operative Action Urged to Secure Relief 16
Coffee "Dumped" In Australia Protests From (stands Growers 16
STILL "A PAIN IN THE NECK" 17
OVERLOOKED! Men Who Helped During The Rabaul Eruption 17
AND THE CATS "TOOK IT"! Story of U.S. Big Guns at Honolulu 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
ON GUARD! Quick Action Throughout Pacific Territories on September 28 18
To Found A Model Colony Mr. Briggs Leaves for the Marquesas 18
NEW GUINEA'S HIGHEST MOUNTAIN 18
Advertising 18
DEERSTALKING IN NEW CALEDONIA 19
RABAUL IS NOT WORRYING! 19
"A Great, Wild Laboratory" Zoologist in Dutch New Guinea 19
Advertising 19
FISHERMEN OF JAPAN Significant Facts from Hawaii 20
Advertising 20
A RICH NEW COUNTRY Tablelands of Central New Guinea 20
Advertising 20
OLD-TIME TAHITI 21
LITTLE HELP FOR N. GUINEA MINERS How Australia Rewards the Prospectors 21 , 22
Advertising 21
TONGAN REFORMS An Election Next Month 22
Advertising 22
WAR ON COCONUT PEST 22
SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. G. M. TURNBULL Papuan Architect and Author 23
N.G.G. Ltd. Buy Out Bulolo Gold Deposits 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
DWIGHT LONG’S ADVENTURES Under Arrest in Spain—Meets Tahitian in Madeira 24 , 26 , 27
Advertising 25 , 26
"GERMAN HARRY" 27
Advertising 27 , 28
LIFE OF ADVENTURE Author-Skipper May Settle Down in Cook Is. 29
PAPUA'S GOLD Activity on Various Fields 29 , 30
Advertising 29
Marriage Unites Well-known Levuka Families 30
Advertising 30
NIUE LABOURERS FOR SAMOA How N.Z. Government is Replacing Chinese 31
MISSION CONFERENCE IN INDIA 31
U.S. DESTROYER ON A SECRET MISSION 31
Advertising 31
Physical Decline of Pitcairn Islanders 32
Earthquake in Samoa 32
WAS THERE CRUELTY IN GERMAN COLONIES? A Handbook of 1919, and Something About One-Eyed Propaganda 32 , 33 , 34
Advertising 32 , 33
SAMOAN BANANA INQUIRY 34
Advertising 34
A FAMOUS LIGHT 34
JAPAN'S MANDATED ISLANDS Denial of Fortifications and Hostile Bases 35
Advertising 35
Small Generators for Isolated Homes 36
Advertising 36
PAPUA’S TRADE Over the Million Mark Last Year 36
NEW B.P. TRADING STATION IN THE SOLOMONS 36
WHALE BLUBBER AS A FOOD Is it Not Time to Protect the Public? 37
Advertising 37
TAHITI REBELS AGAINST JAZZ 38
Advertising 38
INDEPENDENCE OF PHILIPPINES Planned for 1946, Despite Japanese Interest 38
MALARIA AND GUM TRIES 38
CO-OPERATION Britain And America On Canton Island 39
U.S. YACHT AT SAMOA 39
AN ILLUSIVE GOD 39
Advertising 39 , 40
How to Administer Papua and New Guinea Why Not One Capitol for Both? 40 , 41
INFLUENZA IN THE ISLANDS Memories of Pneumonic Plague 41
NEW STEAMER FOR C.S.R. CO. 41
N.Z. SLOOP VISITS G. & E. GROUP 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
GOVERNOR TO VISIT UNKNOWN PAPUA 42
Advertising 42
EARLY TAHITI AND SPAIN Some History of 150 Years Ago 42 , 43
Advertising 43 , 44
QUACKLESS DUCKS And a Desperate Plea for Crowless Roosters 44
LEPROSY SCOURGE iN B.S.I. 44 , 45
New Guinea Sulphur 45
GOOD PRICES FOR RAROTONGAN TOMATOES 45
Cook Islands Dictionary 45
Advertising 45 , 46
MOUNT KASI And Some Impressions of Fiji 46 , 47
WHERE TONGAN LAWS ARE MADE 47
Advertising 47
New Cathedral Towers Mark Fiji Bishop's Jubilee 48
Advertising 48
RADIOS PART In Development of Papua and New Guinea 48
SAMARA I—"GEM OF THE PACIFIC” 49
Japanese Penetration Concern in Gilbert and Ellice Group 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
MARTIAL LAW IN SAMARAI! Citizens Flee To Arms 50
Government Patrol Explores Central New Guinea 51
Advertising 51
TO CLASSIFY SHELLFISH 52
Administrative Power on Nauru Island 52 , 53
Advertising 52
CL and Tahiti Families United 53
"DESTINY" REACHES RABAUL 53
NO NEW TRANSPACIFIC LINERS 53
Advertising 53 , 54
P.I. CLUB ENTERTAINS MAORI CHIEFTAINESS 55
NOTABLE ISSUE OF KODAK JOURNAL Death of Mr. J. J. Rouse 55
B.P.'s NEW STORE AT BULOLO 55
Advertising 55
PRETTY WEDDING IN WAU 56
FIGHT AGAINST MALARIA Use of Plasmoquine and Atabrine in Southern States of America 56 , 57
Advertising 56 , 57
ANOTHER WANDERING YACHTSMAN 58
Advertising 58
THE POLYNESIAN ORIGIN Discussion of the South American Theory 58
PACIFIC TRAVELLERS 59
Pawpaw Freaks 59
MEASLES—QUARANTINE 59 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
NEW BIRDS FOR TAHITI Interesting and Valuable Experiment in Aviculture 60
Advertising 61
KWATO MISSION AND TRADE Hope of the Oxford Group Movement 62
Advertising 62
SAMOAN PIONEER PASSES ON 63
67 Years Since Bishop Patteson's Murder 63
Advertising 63
POLYNESIA AT NEW YORK WORLD FAIR 64
Advertising 64
HEALTHY FINANCE Samoan Report for 1937-38 64
61 NATIVES FINED 64
UAWANA, BEWARE! 65
BRITISH WARSHIP AT TAHITI 65
Advertising 65
PITCAIRN LAWS 66
FRIESIAN CATTLE FOR NEW GUINEA 66
Advertising 66
SNAKES IN FIJI 66
PAPUANS' FEAR OF SORCERY A Murder Report—and Its Sequel 66 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
“LIKE AN ISLAND OF SICK DOGS" 68
Advertising 68
PATTERN SERVICE 68
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
"DARK RIVER" A New Islands Story By Nordhoff and Hall 70
Girl Solicitor Settles In the Solomons 71
NEW AIR-COOLED AND ELECTRIC OUTBOARD MOTORS 71
Advertising 71
VOLCANIC ACTIVITY IN NEW GUINEA 72
Advertising 72
NEW BOOKS 72
Ten Years' Timber Lease Warning in Australian Parliament 72
TONGA'S QUEEN Twenty Years on Throne 73
BRITISH JUSTICE? A Bitter Cry From New Guinea 73 , 74
Advertising 73 , 74
AUSTRALIA IN N. GUINEA Character of The Record 74
MOROBE WARDEN'S REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER 74
OIL-SEEKERS IN PAPUA 20 YEARS AGO 75
PACIFIC MINING NOTES From Fiji 75 , 76
Advertising 75 , 76
From New Guinea 76 , 77
From Papua PAPUAN APINAIPI PETROLEUM CO. 77
Advertising 77 , 78
Quotations For Islands Mining Shares 79
BROADCAST OF COPRA PRICES. 79
Australian Short Wave Broadcast Oct. 30 to Nov. 19 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
MELVILLE ISLAND Short-Lived Plan to Place Jews There 80
WHERE SOCIALISM OPERATES Strength and Weakness of Tonga 80
Advertising 80 , 81 , 82
Resolutions By Public Meeting In Wau, New Guinea 82
NEW AIR SERVICES IN WESTERN PACIFIC 82
Market Quotations 83
USEFUL MEDICAL BOOK 83
Advertising 83
ISLANDS PRODUCE 84
Advertising 84
Exchange Rates 84
Shipping Services in the Pacific 85 , 86 , 87 , 88 , 89 , 90
Advertising 85 , 86 , 87 , 88 , 89 , 90 , 91 , 92

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