Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. IX, No. 6 ( Jan. 16, 1939)
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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
Japan Faces A Year of Crises 5 , 6
DROUGHT IN MANY ISLANDS 6
N. GUINEA ADMINISTRATOR RETURNS 6
JAPAN MAY BE "FOR IT" Visitor's Impression of Position In Chino 6
OFF BEATEN TRACKS IN THE PACIFIC—V. 6
BULOLO CO.'S MANAGER RETURNS FROM U.S.A. 7
"LEANDER'S" MISSION Left Officials in Central Pacific Islands 7
Meta! Production in N. Caledonia Effect of Japanese Activity 7
FIJI’S DEFENCE 7
CARPENTER AND CO. Extension to Papua Hinted At 7
"TIME AND MONEY WASTED” 7
NEW GOVERNOR Visit to Tonga and Samoa 7
NAZI ACTIVITY IN WESTERN SAMOA Small Organisation Creates an Embarrassing Situation 8
TONGAN CELEBRATES HIS 100th BIRTHDAY 8
Copra Prices and Whale Oil 8 , 9
Advertising 8
PHOENIX ISLANDS New Imperial Outpost in the Pacific 9
PUNS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF NEW GUINEA AND PAPUA Expert Committee To Be Set Up—Goldfields Rood Plan Meets Difficulties 9 , 10
YOUNG COOK ISLANDERS BUILD OWN SCHOOL HOUSE 9
SHREWD COMMENTS ON N. GUINEA 10
MAY BE BIG NAVAL BASE Future of Port Moresby 11
EDUCATION OF YOUNG NAURUANS 11
W.R.C. ABROAD Head of Carpenter Organisation Visits U.S.A. and Britain 11 , 12
STILL MORE ROADS Position on Morobe Tableland, N.G. 12
NOUMEA PREPARES FOR P.A.A. SEAPLANES 12
MAN WITH SIX TOES 12
A HOME FOR JEWS Interest in New Guinea Plan 12
FIJI KAURI GUM New Industry In Suva 12
TROPICALITIFS 13
FINANCES OF NEW GUINEA Quarter's Figures Show an Unusual Position 13
Advertising 13 , 14
CHURCH CENTENARY In The Marquesas Islands 14
NOT ENOUGH SEATS New Guinea Airmail Overtaxed 14
PORT MORESBY'S NEW SUBURB 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
FIJI INDIANS Discussion on Their Economic Condition 16
EARL AND COUNTESS BEATTY IN SAMOA 17
ATTACK ON COCONUT PEST Entomological Enterprise in T.N.G. 17
NEED FOR PRACTICAL PLAN TO AID COPRA Discussion By Fiji Council 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
NOTABLE N. GUINEA PATROL From Purari to Headwaters of Sepik 18
P.O. SERVICE AT WAU 18
Advertising 19
BISHOP AT 35 YEARS OF AGE 20
Advertising 20
MEN WHO KNEW YESTERDAY R. W. Gosset's Memories of Rarotonga 20 , 21 , 23
Advertising 20 , 21 , 22
G. H. MASSY-BAKER DEAD IN PAPUA From Our Own Correspondent 23
Advertising 23
MYSTERIOUS RUINS On island of Suwarrow 24
Advertising 24
LAUNCH THE COPRA BOATS! 24
’FLU KILLS NATIVES Epidemic In Duke of York Group 24
SAMOAN FAIPULE FINED FOR CREATING SCENE From Our Own Correspondent. 24
TRANS-PACIFIC AIRMAILS No Sign of Early Start on Hawaii-Auckland 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
From "Bone Nothing" to Fatness Employment Conditions in New Guinea 26
Advertising 27
For TROPICAL FEVERS 28
Advertising 28
NORFOLK IS. REVIVES WHALING INDUSTRY 28
Advertising 28
DWINDLING LABOUR SUPPLY IN NEW GUINEA Is Introduction of Coolie Labour the Solution? 29 , 30 , 31
Advertising 29 , 30
N. Hebrides Old identity Passes Death of "Dick" Collins 31
AUTHOR FRISBIE RETURNS TO PUKA PUKA Prom Our Own Correspondent 31
Educating Your Children 31
Advertising 31 , 32
FAREWELL TO DR. HARPER FIJI 32
BAD DROUGHT IN MARQUESAS GROUP From Our Own Correspondent 32
Are There Nazis In New Guinea? Letter to the Editor 33
HAPPY SOCIAL FUNCTION IN RABAUL 33
GILBERT AND ELLICE NOTES Prom Our Own Correspondent 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
Married On Cruising Yacht 34
A CORRECTION 34
CHINESE GIRL'S SHORTHAND SUCCESS 34
NEW BISHOP OF TAHITI 35
JAPANESE LUGGER CONFISCATED 35
"MAUI POMARE" SPRINGS A LEAK 35
37 Years as Papuan Missionary Rev. R. L. Turner Retires 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
TAHITI'S ANCIENT HOSPITALITY Dies Under a Heterogeneous Civilisation 36
New Capital For Papuan Co. 36
PIDGIN IN THE MISSION PRESS 37
LAND OF NO LOCKS OR CLOCKS 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
PENETRATION OF UNKNOWN PAPUA 38
POSTAGE STAMP ERROR 38
HEROIC RESCUE Very Quick Work Saves Lives in Papeete 39
JAVANESE BURGLARS 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
HOW NEW GUINEA GOVERNMENT TREATS GOLD PROSPECTORS 40 , 41
FAR EASTERN WAR AFFECTS PHILIPPINES 41
"GERMAN HARRY" 41
new official handbook OF PAPUA 41
Advertising 41
“GUBA” MAKES A RECORD Adventures in Unexplored Mew Guinea 42 , 43
Advertising 42
ACTIVE OIL SEARCH IN PAPUA Prom Our Own Correspondent. 43
Pacific Japanese Celebrate "Victories" in China 43
Advertising 43
SOCIAL INEQUALITIES AND THE PAPUAN NATIVES From Our Own Correspondent. 44
Advertising 44
Chinese Stores As Social Centres Reflection Upon Pacific Missionaries 44 , 45 , 46
LUXURIOUS STATEROOMS ON NEW M.V. "BULOLO" 45
Advertising 45 , 46
HE MADE A BOLT FOR IT! Memories of Jock London and Other Polynesian Authors 46 , 47
DUTCH ACTIVITY IN NEW GUINEA 47
INTERESTING FIJIAN WEDDING 47
PT. MORESBY GOLF CLUB 47
Advertising 47 , 48
NEW SAMOAN COUNCILLORS Status in the Government 49
SALAMAUA TO LAE Air-Line, 20 Miles; Road Route, 45 Miles 49
TAXES FOR NATIVE BENEFITS From Our Own Correspondent 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
STREET SCENE, NOUMEA 50
MEMORIAL FOR POMARE V. 50
WRECKED BY OLD "PRUTH" Two Americans' Adventures in Western Pacific 51
SAMOAN POLICEMAN AS "CATTLE RUSTLER" 51
Advertising 51
Lae's Bid for Levien Trophy From a Special Correspondent 52
Advertising 52
AITA! The Vicissitudes of Housekeeping in Fr. Oceania 52
SUBSIDISE THE COPRA INDUSTRY Interesting Plan Urged By Resident of Fiji 53 , 54
Advertising 53 , 54
A LUCKY THOUGHT Philatelic Covers Worth 100 Dollars Each 54
W. M. REID BECOMES EXPORTERS LTD. 54
Fiji Pineapples Good Prospects for New Industry 55
LIFE OF ADVENTURE ENDS Death of Jens A. Fabricius 55
Advertising 55 , 56
DECORATION FOR FRENCH WAR VETERANS 56
PRACTICAL TROPICAL AGRICULTURE 56
New Hebrides Planter’s Outcry Why Are Surplus Funds Being Spent in Vila? 57
Advertising 57
£32 STOLEN FROM APIA GERMAN SCHOOL 58
Advertising 58
Vigorous Development Policy of Government of French Oceania 58
FIJI ADMINISTRATION Two Out of Five Districts Defined 58
ISLANDS SCOUTS AT SYDNEY JAMBOREE 58
FIJI COMPLAINS Service By Shipping Line 59
FIJI GOVERNOR VISITS SAMOA 59
HUGE EXPENDITURE Proposed by Fiji 59
Advertising 59
MAN DISAPPEARS IN FIJI RIVER 60
Advertising 60
Five Generations of Fijians 60
NEW HEBRIDES WEDDING 60
Escape to the South Sea Islands How to Live Happily in a Tropical Paradise on $50 a Month, for Two 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
2,000 MILES BY OUTRIGGER Adventurers Leave Honolulu For Pago Pago 62
OPENING OF NEW L.M.S. CHURCH ON NAURU 63
WEDDING IN RABAUL 63 , 64
Advertising 63
Advertising 64
PRETTY WEDDING IN SAMOA 64
TENI HURT IS DELAYED Prom Our Own Correspondent 64
Advertising 64
SHIPWRECKED American Yacht "Malabar" 65
FOUR DEATHS IN FIVE DAYS Well-known Morobe Mining Men 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
Rich American’s Care of Tahitian Lepers 66
Advertising 66
PATTERN SERVICE 66
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 67 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
RETURNED TO N. GUINEA 68
Advertising 68
PRO-JAPAN Former Union Leader Pleads Case for Invader of China 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
ARMISTICE DAY IN TAHITI 70
PT. MORESBY "MARYS" TRY SHOP-LIFTING 70
GERMANS IN NEW GUINEA 70
MINING NEWS From Fiji 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
Quotations For Islands Mining Shares 72
THIS NEEDED PATIENCE! 73
GERMAN AND AUSTRALIAN GOODWILL 73
Advertising 73
BROADCAST OF COPRA PRICES 73
EQUIPPING YOUR DAUGHTER FOR THE FUTURE 73
Advertising 73 , 74
Australian Short Wave Broadcast 75
Advertising 75
ISLANDS PRODUCE 76
Advertising 76
Exchange Rates 76
Market Quotations 77
Advertising 77
Shipping Services in the Pacific 78 , 79 , 80 , 81
Advertising 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 83 , 84

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