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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XV, No. 4 (17 Nov., 1944)
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52
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
ROLL OF HONOUR-Section II. 2 , 51
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 3
Advertising 3 , 4
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
What Mr. Ward Is Doing With Australian Territories Problems 5 , 6
JAPANANIAS! 6
DR. V. W. T. MCGUSTY RETIRES But Will Carry On in Temporary Capacity 7
PACIFIC ISLANDS STAMPS ARE VALUABLE 7
SANDY CREEK CO. 7
HONOUR FOR L. W. G. BELL, OF KAVIENG 7
APPOINTMENTS TO THE FIJI GOVERNMENT 7
THE COMING PACIFIC AIR-AGE Empire and US Plans Already Being Made 7
NEW GUINEA CASUALTY LIST Wounded in Action 7
FIRMS AMALGAMATE 7
WHEN JAPS WERE POISED AGAINST AUSTRALIA 300,000 Men and Thousands of Horses at Rabaul 8
FIJIAN SOLDIER WINS VICTORIA CROSS Posthumous Award for Sacrifice on Bougainville 8
W.R.C. Head of Big Pacific Trading Co. Back in Sydney After Successful Establishment of Canadian Co. 9
New Chief Justice For Fiji Successor to Sir Owen Corrie 9
Lieut. "Snowy" Rhodes Twice Decorated 9
LOOTING IS WAR DAMAGE! PTA Has Some Measure of Success After 2½ Years of Hard Work 9
DEATH OF SUB-LIEUT. OLANDER 9
Harold Gafty's "Raft Book" is a Remarkable Achievement 10
PIDGIN WAR-SONG OF BSI NATIVES 10
COPRA BOARD'S SURPLUS Fiji Position Explained 10
TOPICALITIES 11
LET'S BLAME THE GERMANS FOR INDENTURED LABOUR! 11
Advertising 11
JAP ‘COLONISTS’ Big Mopping-up Job in New Guinea 12
WEWAK HINTERLAND WHERE JAP REFUGEES MAY GO 12
Recognition of Gallant Service Empire Medal for Mrs. Ruby Boye, of Vanikoro 13
DEATH OF FIJIAN AIRMAN IN ENGLAND 13
Advertising 13 , 14
IN DEFENCE OF CONTRACT LABOUR 14 , 15
DECORATIONS FOR TERRITORIANS 15
Advertising 15
HULA-SKIRT TRADE BOOMS From Our Own Correspondent 16
Advertising 16
Influenza Now : Tourists in the Future Grim Prospects in Tahiti From Our Own Correspondent 16
’FLU WORSE THAN BUBONIC PLAGUE 17
N. CALEDONIAN ASSEMBLY LINE From Our Own Correspondent 17
COPRA RISE Fiji Planters Benefit 17
PROMOTION FOR COL. E. T. PLEASANTS, OF APIA 17
Advertising 17
Fiji Commanders Decorated US Bronze Stars for Duty Well Done 18
Advertising 18
LABOURERS AND COCONUTS 18
Advertising 18
DEADLOCK IN FRUIT TRADE Administration and Planters Differ From Our Own Correspondent 19
BETTER PLANTING PROSPECTS IN SAMOA From Our Own Correspondent 19
Advertising 19 , 20
SAMOAN ELECTION Several New Nominations 21
DIED IN N. GUINEA 21
MILITARY CROSS FOR TWO MEMBERS OF THE FMF 21
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 21
Advertising 21
TRIBUTE TO FATHER HOLLAND 22
NO LONGER POW 22
Advertising 22
Sweeping Educational Reforms 23
Advertising 23
Ariki Nui Returns 24
Advertising 24
Why He Was Called "Shark-Eye" 24
G. AND E. MEN AWARDED DECORATIONS 24
YOUNG CHIEFTAINESS RETURNS HOME 25
SUVA MEMORIES 25
APIA'S "CRIME WAVE" 25
Advertising 25
US MISSIONARIES FOR NEW GUINEA 26
"LAND SETTLERS IN PAPUA" An Answer to PXYZ 26
Advertising 26
Rarotongan Social Whirl Jitterbug Comes to the Islands 26
INDIAN PROBLEM What Has Happened in East Africa 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
Tributes From Fiji Legislative Council Says Good-bye to Sir Philip Mitchell 28
Advertising 28
Rorotongon Soldier Returns Home Free Beer and Jungle Adventures 29
EFFECT OF DDT ON MOSQUITO CONTROL 29
Advertising 29 , 30
AWAY FROM IT ALL WITH FRISBIE The Wartime Angle on a South Seas Story as Seen by Judy Tudor 31 , 32 , 34
Advertising 31 , 32 , 33 , 34
WOMEN PIONEERS IN N. GUINEA 34
EFFECT OF WAR ON FIJIAN SOCIETY Something About That Mysterious Immigration A Condensation of an Address, by R. H. LESTER, to the Suva Rotary Club. 35 , 37 , 38 , 39
Advertising 35 , 36 , 37 , 38
The Promise and the People New Reference Book on Papua by Lett 39
Advertising 39 , 40
A LINK WITH THE "BOUNTY" 40 , 41
Colourful Life Ends Death of T. C. Kerry in NZ 41
Advertising 41
A FANTASY OF 1949 42
Advertising 42
THE NEW GUINEA SET-UP Future Policy Discussed at a Sydney Forum 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
REV. W. J. CHAMBERS Death in 80th Year 44
ALICE IN CANBERRA (With the thanks of a Territorian to Lewis Carroll for the inspiration of his “Wonderland” child) 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
Tonga Goes Formal! Letter to the Editor 46
THE GALUP TREE 46
SOUTH SEA AUTHORS 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
THE GENTLE METHODS OF THE JAP 48
NATIVE MEDICAL SCHOOLS ANGAU Has Two in New Guinea 49
Advertising 49
ISLANDS PRODUCE 50
FIJI BUYING PRICES 50
PRICE OF GOLD 50
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 50
Exchange Rates 50
Australian Short Wave Broadcast 50
DIFFICULTIES OF RESUMING TNG PLANTING Destruction, Jungle Growth and Lack of Shipping 51
Advertising 52

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