Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XV, No. 2 (18 Sept., 1944)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
ROLL OF HONOUR—Section II. 2 , 51
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
ONE MONTH OF ALLIED VICTORIES 3
Cook Is. Handicrafts New Volume by Peter Buck 3
Advertising 4
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Confusion and Lack of Planning in Australia's Pacific Territories 5 , 6
SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR FIJIANS £25,000 Donated by Morris Hedstrom Ltd. 6
CORNERED! 6
Civil Administration in Papua Restoration Early in 1945 7
RUBBER PRODUCTION IN PAPUA 7
DEATH IN NEW GUINEA 7
CHRISTMAS APPEAL FOR MAKOGAI 7
NEW GUINEA CASUALTY 7
US PAYING FOR COCONUT TREES Some Further Light on Vexatious Question 7
CIVILIANS ARE NOT WANTED Bureaucracy and Brasshattery Control Papua 8
NEW AERIAL MAPS OF SUVALAUTOKA DISTRICTS 8
PHILLIP WOODHILL "Mystery" Death Now Explained 8
HOME ON LEAVE 8
FREEDOM! Pacific Frenchmen Celebrate Liberation of Homeland 9
S-W PACIFIC MARKET REPORT 9
NGVR AND THE RETURNED SOLDIERS' LEAGUE 9
THE FILM-STAR AND THE FUZZY-WUZZY 9
HOW TO REWARD FUZZIES Simple Plan by an Experienced Man 9
Exhibition of Native Handicrafts 9
NEW HOPES FOR FRENCH OCEANIA Governor Returns From Algiers With Promises of Improvement 10
ANGAU HEAD IN PLANE CRASH Saved by Native Chauffeur 10
NEW AIRMAIL SERVICE FOR FIJI 10
INTERESTING WEDDING IN SUVA 10
"MONTY"-FATHER OF THE TAHITIAN CONTINGENT 11
ADOPT A WAR ORPHAN 11
No "Dollar Prosperity" in Pukapuka And Definitely No Foxtrot 11
FIJI ELECTION Constitution of New Council 11
Advertising 11
New Guinea's Timber Resources Surrey by Experts 12
COCO-COLA IS WAR DAMAGE —BUT NOT LOOTING 12
LATE-BUT IN COMPANY Arrival of New Resident Commissioner in Tarawa 12
DECORATION FOR FIJIAN 12
TROPICLITIES 13
POLYNESIAN CLUB FAREWELLS MISS IVY BUFFETT 14
Advertising 14
FOR NEW SETTLERS IN PAPUA Possibilities of Various Tropical Crops 14 , 15 , 16
Advertising 14 , 15 , 16
From Cannibal to Commando 16 , 17
CHIEFLY WELCOME 17
COOK IS. SANATORIUM TO BE BUILT SOON 17
REVIVAL OF THE "NUKU" 17
Advertising 17
New Guinea's Primitive Natives Facts Drought Out by Invasion 18
1944 IS A LEAN YEAR IN MANGAIA 18
Advertising 18
Further Recollections of a Decade in Fiji 19 , 21 , 22
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21 , 22
POST-WAR PLANS FOR NOUMEA Good Feeling Between French and "Kiwis" 23
LAST WORD ON THE USE OF "KANAKA" 23
GOLDFIELDS ENCOUNTER 23
Advertising 23
TERRITORIANS WITH THE AMERICAN RED CROSS 24
A SCHOOL FOR CASTAWAYS Condensed from on Article in the Bishop Museum Report for 1943 24 , 25
Advertising 24
Liberated France Will Purchase Caledonian "Robusta" Coffee 25
FIJIAN WINS US SILVER STAR 25
INFORMATION ABOUT REV. D. C. ALLEY WANTED 25
THE BASTILE DAY FETE DISAPPOINTING 25
Advertising 25
THIS IS THE SOLOMON ISLANDER IN PEACE 26 , 27 , 29
Advertising 26 , 27 , 28
NEW CALEDONIAN SOLDIERS RETURN 29
Advertising 29
NAUTICAL INTERLUDES II.: MEANDERING WITH THE "THREESIS" 30
Advertising 30
Facts About Filariasis Are Well Known 30
THE PACIFIC ISLANDS AS THEY WILL BE IN 1950 31 , 32 , 33 , 34
Advertising 31 , 32 , 33 , 34
PROFESSOR ELKIN'S CRITICISM OF INDENTURED LABOUR 34
Advertising 34
"Dollar Prosperity" Now—Headaches for the Future Report of the Methodist Mission for 1943-44 35 , 36
15 FIJIANS LOST AT SEA 36
Advertising 35 , 36
TRADER’S TALE: Portrait of a Gentleman 36
Advertising 36 , 37 , 38
POST-WAR MALAYA 38 , 39
THE COOK ISLANDS—AND THE AMERICAN OCCUPATION 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
Death of Gerbault Famous Yachtsman and Writer 41
DEATH OF OLD FIJI RESIDENT 41
Information Wanted Incidence of S. Pacific Hurricanes to be Studied 41
TRADERS HAVE THEIR TROUBLES 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
FF CONTINGENT IN MELBOURNE Reading Matter Wanted for Sick Tahitian 42
The Pacific's Fighting Sons Win Glory in Italy 42
IMPORT CONTROL RELAXED IN FIJI 42
"JESUITS' BARK" The History of Quinine 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
PAN IN PAPUA 44
US CONSUL LEAVES NOUMEA 44
Advertising 44
MADANG IS CLEAN AGAIN 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
AMERICA-AUSTRALIA "Good Fences Moke Good Neighbours" 46
Advertising 46
"EXPLOITED" NATIVES Old Resident is Emphatic on Indentured Labour System 47 , 48 , 49
Advertising 47 , 48 , 49
ISLANDS PRODUCE 50
FIJI BUYING PRICES 50
PRICE OF GOLD 50
Quotations For Mining Shares 50
All Amenities of Civilisation Available to Islanders 50
With the Bearing of Guardsmen Fijians Under Fire 51
MANGAIA TRADER KILLED IN ITALY 51
Advertising 52

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