Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XV, No. 7 (17 Feb., 1945)
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Contents

PACIFIic ISLANDS Monthly 1
ROLL OF HONOUR—Section I. 2 , 44 , 51
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
BEM WINNER IN SYDNEY ON LEAVE 3
Advertising 4
Contents 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Long Wait Before Normal Conditions Return 5 , 6
Advertising 6
"SEE YOU IN TOKIO" 6
"Master Blue " 7
HEDSTROM SCHOLARSHIP WINNER CHOSEN 7
PAPUANS SPEAK PLAINLY TO MR. WARD And Mr. Ward Does Not Like it Much 7 , 8
Advertising 7
War Damage—As if Affects Expropriated Property 8
Bronze Stars for Pacific Navy Men 8
FUTURE ROLE OF FIJIAN TROOPS 8
How Western Samoa Begins 1945 9
DENGUE EPIDEMIC IS OVER 9
FIFTY YEARS OLD Nelson & Robertson, Ltd. 9
COUPLE FINED £100 Smuggling Charge in Suva 9
Advertising 9
FALL OF RABAUL Defenders Honoured in Three States 10
MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATES FOR 1944 10
Some Women May Return to Papua Certain Mandated Territory Planters, Too 10
FIJI SUGAR 10
BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR PIONEER TERRITORIAN 10
TROPICALITIES 11
Those Who Went “South!” in Ships 12 , 13
QUEEN SALOTE IN NEW ZEALAND 13
Advertising 13 , 14
N. GUINEA GOLD Prospects of Reopening Industry at Wau 14
To Restore Murray Administration 15
ORIGIN OF PACIFIC MOUNTAINS AND ISLANDS 15
Sign of the Times in Suva Shortened Shopping Hours 15
Advertising 15
SCHOOL FOR NEW GUINEA ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 16
Advertising 16
South Seas Regional Commission Now Being Urged Upon United Nations by NZ and Australia 16 , 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
FIJI NATIVE AFFAIRS ORDINANCE NOW LAW 18
No Action Yet Will N. Zealand's Promises Be Honoured? 18
WHAT THE SAMOANS WANT Fono Tells Mr. Fraser 19 , 20
WHO PLANNED THE SUVA MEDICAL SCHOOL? 19
Advertising 19 , 20
WAR CAME TO GUADALCANAL The Part Played by District Officer Clemens in Embarrassing the Japs 20 , 21 , 23
Advertising 21 , 22
Travel Restrictions in Fiji 23
Advertising 23
Missionaries and Contract Labour Bishop Henry Newton Outspoken 24 , 25
Advertising 24
TRIBUTE TO MR. ERNEST WOLFGRAM OF MOKOGAI 25
DEPOSIT TO ENTER NZ NOW UNNECESSARY 25
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 25
Advertising 25
FIJI COPRA COMMITTEE 26
Advertising 26 , 27 , 28
THE LOSS OF THE COOLIE SHIP "SYRIA" Story Out of Fiji's Past 26 , 27 , 34
The Mysteries of Army Administration 29
RETALIATION Fishermen and Tahiti "Blacketeers" 29
Advertising 29
Election Skirmishes in New Caledonia 30
Advertising 30
Apology to Lutheran Missionaries Australian Publishers Correct an Injustice 30
Advertising 31
The End of Chandra Bose—Japanese Puppet 32
Advertising 32
Anti-Filariasis Drive Gets Under Way in Fiji 33
Landing-craft, Groceries 33
Fiji's New Governor "Drunk In" Native Kava Ceremony 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
AMENDMENT TO REGULATIONS COVERING NEW GUINEA 34
Advertising 34
NEW GUINEA JOURNEY 35
MOUNT KASI MINES 35
Advertising 35 , 36
WHY NO RETURN TO BSI? Probably Due to Lack of Both Ships and War Damage Compensation 37
WORLD-WIDE PUBLICITY FOR FIJI'S SOLDIERS 37
THE MYSTERY MINERAL 37
Advertising 37 , 38
Vale, Johnny Gooding! A Tribute by J. D. McComish 38
DOLLAR-PROSPERITY NOW OVER 38
MAGIC BOTTLE 39
Advertising 39 , 40
Stilwell's Road Feeds the China That Rejected Stilwell 41 , 42 , 43
Advertising 41 , 42
Island Fruit Production Supplies to NZ Should Now Improve 43
WHY NOT GROW DERRIS ROOT IN TERRITORIES? 43
Advertising 43
TAHITI'S MYSTERIOUS MOTOR LORRIES 44
Advertising 44 , 45
WHY? 46
Advertising 46
THE DECLINE OF ANGAU 46
CONTRACT LABOUR IN BS) In Defence of System 47
Advertising 47
Tribute to Hitchcock, of NGVR and AIF But Army Now Has No Use For This Soldier 48
A TERRITORIAN'S THANKS 48
CHINA IN POST-WAR WORLD 48
Advertising 48
LATE FIJI NEWS 49
BSI Woman Writes First-class Thriller 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 , 51
Advertising 52

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