Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XIV, No. 9 (17 Apr., 1944)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
ROLL OF HONOUR—Section I. 2 , 47 , 41
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
CENTENARY OF PIONEER IMS MISSIONARY 3
PACIFIC ISLANDS YEAR BOOK, 1944 3
Information Wanted 3
Advertising 4
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
THE DEFEAT OF JAPAN IN THE SOUTHWEST PACIFIC 5
Hunters of 1942 Are the Hunted of 1944 6
STOP PRESS! 6
LEE VIAL, A.D.O. Story of a Remarkable Achievement 7
BEWARE OF PACIFIC ISLANDS FEDERATION! 7
BATTERED AGAIN Cook Islands in Series of Bad Hurricanes 7
AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIES AND MILITARY ADMINISTRATION What Mr. Ward May Find, And What He May Do 8
MR. R. H. GARVEY Administrator of St. Vincent, West Indies 8
M. I. HARPER, OF MANDOLIANA, BSI 8
£600,000 FOR CENTRAL PACIFIC MEDICAL SERVICES Great Plan of Public Health and Native Training Based on Suva 9
NEW CALEDONIA'S NEW GOVERNOR 9
TRANS-NEW GUINEA Pygmies and Moss Forests on Incredible New Road 10
BISHOP TERRIENNE IS SAFE 10
Caledonian Secretary-General Visits Australia 10
FIJI SUGAR Britain Sending Expert to Inquire Concerning Dispute 11
RADIO NEWS IN MOTUAN 11
PACIFIC PHOSPHATE—AUSTRALASIA'S VITAL NEED How Soon Will Nauru and Ocean Island be Restored? 11
LANDING ON RENDOVA The American Armada's Attack 12
NGATANGIIA Some Old Glory is Restored 12
THE CHANGING FACE OF THE SOLOMONS 12
AFTER FOUR TOUGH YEARS Corporal Webb is Back in Rarotonga 13
MISIMA GOLD Mine Being Prepared For Resumption 13
N. GUINEA RSSAILA PLANS FOR THE RETURN HOME 13
TERRITORIES' CASUALTIES 13
YOUNG TAHITI RESIDENT DIES OF WOUNDS 13
UNSUSPECTED RICHES In Old Robin-Rougier House 13
FIJI GENERAL ELECTION 13
THE SEPIK TRAGEDY What Really Happened at Angoram in March, 1942 14 , 34
Solomons Methodist Missions No Return of Personnel 14
THE "WINSTON CHURCHILL" HOSPITAL 14
TIOPICALITIES 15 , 16
THE REY FAMILY OF TAHITI 15
Advertising 16
"NATIVE LIFE IN FIJI AND ROTUMA" Interesting Address to PI Society 16
NEW GUINEA PUBLIC SERVICE ASSOCIATION 16
WILL THERE BE A “PEACE CONFERENCE”? Interesting Possibilities Affecting Japan 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
HASTY REGULATION—AND HASTIER REPENTANCE 18
TERRITORIANS INTO BATTLE Post-war Visions in New Guinea 19
SALE OF FIJI WAR BONDS Large Sums Loaned to United Kingdom 19
Advertising 19 , 20
GERMAN RAIDER'S EXPLOITS RECALLED Chance Meeting in Algiers Brings News of "Notou's" Crew 21
Advertising 21
SAMOA'S BUOYANT FINANCES Administrator's Wartime Survey 22
Advertising 22
A Tribute to the Native Canoe Western Solomons Craftsmanship 23
"TOBY" OBRIEN Killed in Action at Lae 23
Advertising 23
TOBACCO AS A TROPICAL CROP Sumatran Lesson Might be Applied to New Guinea 24 , 25
Advertising 24
N. CALEDONIANS ESCAPE 25
WHO INVENTED THE "BOONG"? 25
Advertising 25 , 26
The Work of Nicolai Mordvinoff The Young Artist Who Interprets Tahitian Life 27
Patriot Makes Gift to New Caledonia 27
A JOURNAL WORTH SUBSCRIBING TO: CURRENT PROBLEMS’ 27
Advertising 28
FIJIANS ON PATROL Much Feared by the Japs in Bougainville 28 , 29
Advertising 28
New Guinea of the Future War Opens Vast Areas 29
Names of Rooks-An Answer to Inquiries 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
OLD WIVES' SONG 30
COST OF LIVING INCREASES FOR FIJI INDIANS 31
SAMOAN PLANTATIONS—A WAR CASUALTY 31
ANOTHER CALEDONIAN ESCAPES 31
Advertising 31 , 32
THE GILBERTESE HAD ENOUGH OF JAP CO-PROSPERITY 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
ANOTHER NG NATIVE WINS GEORGE MEDAL 34
Advertising 34
With the American Red Cross Morobe Resident-in N. Caledonia 35
M. Laigret Leaves New Caledonia 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
HYBRID BEAUTY NEW GUINEA OF THE FUTURE 36 , 37
YOUNG CALEDONIANS TO TRAIN IN ALGIERS 37
Advertising 37
FIJI NATIVE AFFAIRS Administrative Reorganisation 38
Advertising 38
TERRITORIAN APPOINTED TO WAR DAMAGE COMMISSION 38
Advertising 38
WHY NOT SUVA? Medical School Advocated For Papua 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
WAR DAMAGE COMMISSION MOVES PONDEROUSLY Administrative Organisation is Costing £80,000 Per Annum 40 , 41
POLYNESIAN CLUB 41
BOOK BY SOLOMON ISLANDS RESIDENT 41
Advertising 41
NEED FOR COLONIAL REFORM Plan For French Post-war Federation 42 , 43
Advertising 42
Plan For Pacific Islands Dominion 43
RAFFLE WINNER 43
ROBBERY IN NOUMEA 43
FIJI MILITARY OFFICERS 43
Advertising 43
Do Not Post Mail For US Servicemen 44
Advertising 44
Fiji Prepares For Rehabilitation 44
Polynesia and N. Guinea Have Happy Meeting 44
NEW GUINEA WOMEN'S CLUB OF ADELAIDE 44
LATE O. F. NELSON He Created the Mau and the Mau Made Samoa a Nation 45
Advertising 45
BACK IN GILBERTS Official Appointments 45
Advertising 45
ISLANDS PRODUCE 46
FIJI BUYING PRICES 46
PRICE OF GOLD 46
COPRA 46
Quotations For Mining Shares 46
RUBBER 46
Advertising 46 , 48

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