Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. X, No. 6 ( Jan. 15, 1940)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC NEWS'REVIEW 3 , 4
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 5 , 74
Advertising 5
ADVERTISERS 6
Contents 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
THE CURTAIN IS RISING ON 1940 7 , 8
PETROL PRICE Lively Protest in Fiji 8
GALE IN FIJI 8
BOGGED IN CHINA! 8
ALL READY! New Trans-Pacific Air-Mail 9
SAMOA STARTLED Nazi Broadcast via America 9
SIDE BY SIDE 9
Advertising 9
Curse of Mandate System New Guinea Newspaper is Outspoken 9
N.H. Commissioner on Special Work Abroad 9
WORLD’S COPRA Normal Exports Average About 1,400,000 Tons p.a. 9
TWO YOUNG SAMOANS ORDAINED AS PRIESTS 9
"NOSING AROUND" Japanese Ship in Tongan Waters 10
Administrators' Visit to Canberra 10
Advertising 10
WAU-SALAMAUA ROAD 10
NEW HEBRIDES HURRICANE 10
TREASURE! Cocos Is. Makes Headlines in Sensational Press Again 10 , 11
IN A NEW HOME 160 Refugees from Eruption 11
SUVA'S FAMOUS MEDICAL SCHOOL 11
Graduation Ceremony Held in December 11 , 12
A New Excitement for Philatelists 12
COPRA The London Price 12
Solomon Islands Finance 12
Red Cross in B.S.I. 12
QUEEN REVIEWS TONGAN DEFENCE FORCE 12
TROPICALITIES 13 , 14
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 15
Advertising 15
HOW SGT. BAGITA CAUGHT HITLER 16
COMPLIMENT TO MEDICO 16
DEEP DRILLING FOR OIL Important Activity in Papua 16
Advertising 16
MOONLIGHT IN TAHITI 17
Advertising 17 , 18
PLANS FOR NEW GUINEA Mostly Held Up By the War 18
"Moui Pomare" Still Out of Luck 18
AMERICA'S WATCH ON THE NORTHERN PACIFIC Sharp Check to Inquisitive Sampans 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21
Java-Dutch New Guinea Air Service 20
AMERICAN SAMOA 22
Advertising 22
FIJI TIMBER Important Concession on Vanua Levu 22
A WAR FUGITIVE 22
CAPTAIN H. T. ALLAN LEAVES NEW GUINEA 23
NEW BIRD OF PARADISE First Reported by Jock Hides 23 , 24
Advertising 23
WHY “McNICOLL”? 24
Hung by the Wrist Tahiti Man's Painful Accident 24
CASUAL LABOUR A Problem in Rabaul 24
Advertising 24
PAPUA'S NEW LANDS Ivan Champion's Work at Lake Kutubu 25
N.G.G. Pays Another 5 Per Cent. Prospects of the Company 25
HOLLAND'S NAVY IN EAST INDIES 25
PUNISHED FOR MANSLAUGHTER 25
Advertising 25 , 26
AMERICAN SUBMARINE AT PAPEETE 26
GAOL GARDENS AND TROPICAL AGRICULTURE 26
Advertising 26
CONSECRATION OF BISHOP Impressive Ceremony in Vila 27
MR. FRED REBELL 27
Advertising 27
NAZI CLUB IN AUCKLAND Some Connections With Samoa 28
A Ship That Would Not Launch And a Bottle That Wouldn't Break 28
Advertising 28
PAPUA AND GOLD TAX Why Money Should Remain There 29
POPULATION OF ONTONG JAVA 29
another embezzlement IN TONGA 29
Advertising 29
VOLUNTEERS IN NEW GUINEA 30
Advertising 30
“VAITE” LOST Wrecked in French Oceania After 41 Years' Service 30
MIXED DKIINKING Where the Colour Line Must be Drown 31
HOW TO MAKE GOOD COCONUT SOAP 31
Advertising 31 , 32
TAUPOU'S GRAVE A Strange incident of the Samoan Eruption of 1905 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
Double Murder in New Caledonia 34
RISING OF THE PALOLO 34
PARASITES FOR PESTS War on Rhinoceros Beetle 35
WELDER SPARKS Cause of P. Moresby Copra Fire 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
HUE FAFARU! The Dreadful Experience of a Sensitive Man in Tahiti 36
THE USEFUL TELERADIO 36
FIJI GOVERNOR'S NEW SHIP "Viti" Launched in Hong Kong 37
More Teeth For Uncle Sam Big Guns at Pago Pago 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
LAY OF THE LAZY LABOURER 38
NEW JAPANESE BASE 38
Trials of Military Instructors in South Seas 39
SALALAS Merry Moments on a Fijian Isle 39 , 40
Advertising 39
GIFT TO FIJI DEFENCE 40
Advertising 40
FATAL ROCKET Cook Is. Tragedy of 40 Years Ago 41
Mission-Built Ketch in Papua 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
“FIGHTING WORDS” FROM JAPAN What is Going on in and Around The Philippines 42 , 43
Advertising 43
No "Workers' Compensation" in New Guinea 44
Advertising 44
"NORMIE" NEAL Leading New Guinea Figure Leaves "For the Duration" 44
PROGRESS OF GUAM 44
ONE COOL PLACE IN THE TROPICS 45
"Bath-Tub Gardens" Development of Lite on Pacific Island Airports 45
Advertising 45
ATTACKED BY OGO Fijian Girl Loses Her Foot 46
Advertising 46
Early Asiatic Navigators Few Traces in the South Seas 46 , 47
TEN DAYS ON WILD SEA Tongon Judge Has Unpleasant Experience 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
Kieta Raises £148 for Red Cross 48
CORRESPONDENCE CLUB'S SHIP RETURNS 48
DALO Valuable Food Crop 49
IDEAL CRUISE Fine New Zealand Yacht 49
A NEW BOOK 49
Advertising 49
Death of Mile. L. A. E. Adams 50
Advertising 50
BUG QUARANTINE STATION What Are South British Nations Doing? 50
Development of Dutch New Guinea 50
WATER-CARRIER, MODERN STYLE 51
"Funk-Hole of the Pacific" Tahiti Fears for Her Good Reputation 51
Advertising 51
"Subversive Nazi Propaganda" N.G. Missionary's Protest Against Silly Reports 52
SAMOAN MURDERER'S ORATION 52
Advertising 52
MAORI TABU! in Cook Islands Schools 53
"Papuan Chief" Inaccurate Reports Regarding Salvage and Insurance 53
PORT MORESBY'S NEW POPULATION 53
Advertising 53 , 54
RICE-GROWING IN FIJI 54
PRICE OF COPRA Proportion Token by Middlemen 54
FIJI PRICES COMPARED 54
WATER Port Moresby to Get Supply at Last 55
POLYNESIAN CLUB 55
WAU RACE MEETING 55
Japanese Consul for N. Caledonia 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
Did Judge Murray Know? Interesting Story of a French Escapee in Papua 56 , 57
LORD IRWIN ON MISSIONS 57
Advertising 57
MAKOGAI LEPERS AID RED CROSS 58
Advertising 58
PAPUA'S CHANCE Develop the Rubber Industry 58
Trans-Pacific Freighting Services 58
Leaders for N.G. Miners 58
MILITARY FUNERAL IN NEW GUINEA 59
MORE ASIATIC LABOURERS In New Caledonia 59
GOOD-BYE TO G.M.O.P.! 59 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
BORA BORA Interesting Place in History 60
A TRIP TO SUVA 61
Advertising 61
Raise Pigs Instead of Copra 62
Advertising 62
PATTERN SERVICE 62
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
HE PRACTISED! A Minor Tragedy in Tahiti 64
ISLANDS MINING NEWS 65 , 66 , 67
Advertising 65 , 66
Quotations For Islands Mining Shares 67
PRICE OF GOLD 67 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
"UNFORGETTABLE!" Tahiti Considers The Durian 68
Sugar-Growing in N. Guinea? 68
Australian Short Wave Broadcast 69
Advertising 69
Market Quotations 70
Advertising 70
ISLANDS PRODOCE Exchange Rates 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
SHIPPING SERVICES IN THE PACIFIC 72 , 73
Advertising 73 , 74
ANCIENT POLYNESIA'S KNOWLEDGE OF THE STARS 74
Advertising 75 , 76

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