Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XI, No. 7 ( Feb. 14, 1941)
Images
68
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3 , 4
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 5
Advertising 5
ADVERTISERS 6
Contents 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
THE REAL WAR IS ABOUT TO BEGIN 7 , 8
ROLL OF HONOUR 8
NOT FOR JAPAN Valuable Metals From New Caledonia 8
SHOULD SAVE PLANTERS Plan For Copra Industry :: Support by Britain 8 , 9
Shipping Line For French Colonies 9
Survivor of "Wing On" Yacht Tragedy 9
TAHITI QUIET Britain's Loyal Allies 9
SUVA MEDICAL SCHOOL 9
NEW BASE USA Spending Two Million Dollars At Pago Pago 9
Minister on Rabaul's Future 9
JAPAN JAMS OUR NEWS BROADCASTS 9
CASSAVA Arguments for Introduction in N. Guinea 10
DEATH OF BRILLIANT SAMOAN TEACHER 10
POWER ALCOHOL May be Industry for Islands 10
A MESSAGE FOR ADOLF 10
NEW GUINEA AIRLINERS 10
Advertising 10
THE RAIDERS Well Hidden While Huns Boast in Japan 11
MORMONS GO Strange Development in Pacific Missions 11
NEW TAXES IN FIJI 11
"STOLEN" PUP Extraordinary Case of C. S. Ramsay, of Tonga 11
Advertising 11
Gilbert Islands Divided Into Two Districts 12
Advertising 12
RAIDERS IN PACIFIC Japanese Reports on Pending Activities 12
MAUPITI SEES ITS FIRST 'PLANE 12
NEW YEAR HONOURS 12
TROPICALITIES 13 , 14
Advertising 13 , 14
BUOY LOST IN STORM 14
SUSPICION IN RABAUL Plan For Capital's Removal? 14
Advertising 14
AMERICAN SAMOA'S NATIVES 15
FIJI GOLD, £8,000,000 15
CANTON ISLAND Now Under PAA Administration 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
MODERN MALARIA REMEDIES 16 , 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
STRANGE CREATURES OF PAPUAN WILDS 18
PORT MORESBY WATER SUPPLY IN JUNE 18
Sir C. Rosenthal Reappointed to Norfolk Is. 18
Advertising 19
NATIVE HEAD OF RAROTONGA Mrs. Love Awaits Hearing of Appeal 20
Advertising 20
TRANS-PACIFIC AIRMAILS New Australian Line Suggested 20
MATSON SERVICE INTERRUPTED 20
JUDGE STUART DEPARTS Experiences on Raiders 21
CONCERNING POLYNESIAN "NOBILITY" 21
Advertising 21 , 22
New Administrator and Native People How Appointment Was Received in Papua 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
NEW CALEDONIA System of Government Under Free France 24
IS THERE A WEATHER CYCLE? 24
Advertising 25 , 26
AN ANTI-DISRESPECT LEAGUE "Rabaul Times" Launches Campaign 26
A Memory of a Papuan Tragedy 27
Advertising 27
Stevenson's Grave at Voilima Cared For by Samoan Administration 28
NEW GUINEA PLANE SERVICE Booked Out For Months Ahead 28
Advertising 28
A HAIR-DO IN FIJI 29
MOROBE GOLD 29
Advertising 29
TIME MARCHES ON! What it Does to Papuan Primitives 30
Advertising 30
THE CURSE! Last, Final Insult From the Tuamotus 30 , 31
SAMOANS ANXIOUS TO ENLIST 31
New Guinea's New Rubber How Ficus Was Introduced 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
IN PURSUIT OF "GEORGE" Entomologist's Fascinating Story of His Study of "Nutfall" in Solomon Islands. 32 , 33
TONGAN SCHOLARS 33
Advertising 33
HOW KAVIENG HELPED RAIDER VICTIMS 34
Advertising 34
Tropical Cinderellas How Australia's Pacific Territories Are Governed 34
Colonial Office Man on Long Pacific Tour 34
A LAND OF NO PESTS 35
ICE-CREAM FROM COCONUT 35
"Papuan Chief" Arrives in Boneyard 35
Advertising 35
TANGATA DIES The Colourful Career of a Polynesian 36
Advertising 36
How Nauru Took the Shelling 37
Advertising 37
TUBOUTOA Heir to Tongan Throne is Distinguished Scholar 38
Advertising 38
EATING A CHINAMAN A DAY More Light on the Rossel Island Horror 39
Advertising 39
Advertising 40
RABAUL'S WORST EARTHQUAKE Exaggerated Radio Reports Cause Irritation in New Guinea 40 , 41
TENSE WAITING Rarotonga and Cyclone 41
PAPUAN IN ABYSSINIA 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
WHERE AUSTRALIA FAILS TO HELP NEW GUINEA 42
MR. J. C. BARLEY'S LUCKY ESCAPE 42
Chinese Leader's Scorn For Australia Sidelight on the Sino-Japanese Struggle 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
DEATH OF "ALF" BELFIELD 44
NG PUBLIC SERVICE 44
Japan Will Strike Southward Statement by an Admiral 44 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
NEW ZEALAND TROOPS IN FIJI 46
SAMOAN MISSIONARIES 46 , 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
WHEN NOUMEA WAS IN A FEVER How the Loss of on Admiralty Message Brought in Sir Harry Luke as Peacemaker 48 , 50 , 51 , 53
Advertising 49 , 50 , 51 , 52
Enemy Spies and Pacific Shipping 53
COST OF NATIVE LABOUR 53
Advertising 53 , 54
A SECTION FOR WOMEN 54 , 55
Advertising 55 , 56
Drilling in Papuan jungle About to Commence 56
The Men Who Saved Civilisation How "Cobber" Kain Died :: And Other Stories 56 , 57
New Caledonia Solving Its Troubles 57
Is There Too Much of "Dictatorship" in New Guinea? 57
Advertising 57
PRICE OF GOLD 58
Advertising 58
MINING NEWS 58 , 59
ISLANDS MINING SHARES 59
GOLD IS AT THE CROSSROADS One Reason Why USA Will Not Have a Nazi Victory 59
Advertising 59 , 60
Australian Short Wave Broadcast 61
Advertising 61
BROADCAST TO FRENCH PACIFIC COLONIES 61
GENEROUS RABAUL 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
Market Quotations 62
ISLANDS PRODUCE 63
Advertising 63
Exchange Rates 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
"Bernice" Delivers Mormons and Returns to Tahiti 64
DEMAND FOR PACIFIC TIMBER 64
New Officials in New Hebrides 64
DEATH OF MR. S. G. C. KNIBBS 65
AUSTRALIAN WINE FOR FRENCH COLONIES? 65 , 66
SHIPPING SERVICES IN THE PACIFIC 65
Advertising 65 , 66
NEW GUINEA 'PLANE LOST 66
PORT MORESBY'S BUSINESS BOOM 66
Solomon Is. Residents Help Red Cross 66
Advertising 67 , 68

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