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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVII, No. 1 ( Aug. 19, 1946)
Pages
80
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
BOGESE, NMP Sent to Gaol For Four Yea 4
Launch Tragedy in Fiji Death of Young Missionary 5
OFFENSIVE ANTI-DUTCH FILM Produced in Australia 5
Advertising 5 , 6
AIR TRAVELLERS TO NEW GUINEA 7
DEATH OF MR. N. H. MACDONALD 7
INSTALLATION OF ROKO TUI NAMATA 7
Paul Mason, Double DSC Investiture in Sydney 7
NEW TERRITORIES TRADING COMPANY 7
ADVERTISERS 8
Contents 8
Advertising 8
Pacific Islands Monthly 9
What Australia Proposes To Do With New Guineaand a Question About Samoa 9 , 10
NGVR Effort to Compile and Publish Complete Roll 10
Territories' Radiophone : Useful and Cheap, But No Privacy 10
EARLY "WINTER" IN TAHITI 10
NO "COMMON ROLL" FOR FIJI TOWNSHIP BOARDS 10
RISING PRICE OF COPRA 10
ANGER AND DISAPPOINTMENT IN THE AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIES Servicemen's Protests in Lae and Rabaul 11 , 76 , 77
FUTURE OF CERTAIN PACIFIC TERRITORIES 11
ANSWER TO A CORRESPONDENT 11
Prosphate for Japan 11
NOTABLE HERO OF PACIFIC WAR 12 , 71
NG WOMEN'S CLUB 12
"PIM" WRITER To Visit Papua and New Guinea in September 12
THE FATE OF THE FIJIAN RACE Long Discussion by Legislative Council But No Solution 13
CLIVE BREWSTER MARRIED IN SUVA 13
FUTURE OF THE SOLOMONS Some Official Statement Awaited 13
"VOICE OF NEW GUINEA" Australia Announces Radio Coverage of Her Territories 14
NZ Instals Short-Wave Radio for Islands 14
FIJI'S EXPORTS "Curios" Now in Fourth Place 14
THE TEETHING-TROUBLES OF TRANSPACIFIC AIR TRANSPORTATION Governments Still Fret Over Reciprocal Privileges 15
NADZAB AS BIG AIRFIELD Stage on Sydney-Manila Service 15
MID-1947 BEFORE PACIFIC TRAVEL EASES 15
No Private Banking In New Guinea One Angle of Australian Socialist Policy 15
WELCOME HOME! 16
COOK ISLANDERS FORM GOVERNMENTSPONSORED WORKERS' UNION But Only After Intense Campaign by NZ Trade Union Representatives 16 , 69 , 70
Group.-Copt. W. J. Duncan Now With UNRRA 17
LOAN BILL PASSED 17
Advertising 17 , 18
TERRITORIES COST AUSTRALIA £282,000 FOR PART OF YEAR Questions in the Australian Parliament 18 , 19
"HIFOFUA" BACK IN SERVICE 19
INFORMATION SOUGHT 19
Advertising 19 , 20
AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIES HANDICAPPED By Insufficient and Increasingly Expensive Native Labour 21 , 23
STRANGE NATIVE LABOUR CONDITIONS 23
TONGAN PUBLIC SERVICE CHANGES 23
Advertising 21 , 22 , 23
First NG Scholarship in 1947 Further Contributions to Fund Needed 24
NEW TB HOSPITAL FOR FIJI 24
Advertising 24
DEATH OF PETER KYLLERT Tragedy of the Jap Invasion of TNG 25
FRENCH SHIPS RESTORED 25
Advertising 25 , 26
Philippines Now Becomes Inedependent State But Still Has Protection and Financial Support of United States 26 , 27
STRANGE CASE OF THE MISSING BICYCLES 27
NG COPRA EXPORTS 27
ISLAND FRUIT SHIPMENTS 27
Advertising 27
HOW AUSTRALIA IS PENALISING NEW GUINEA Spoiled Natives And Harassed Planters Letter to the Editor 28
Advertising 28
British and Australian Methods of Ruling Territories Compared 29 , 30
Advertising 29
STAMPS 30
Advertising 30
PAPUAN STORY 30 , 31
DEATH OF MISS A. GIBSON 31 , 32
Advertising 31
Advertising 32
Complete Census Figures Issued In Western Samoa 32
FIJI COPRA BOARD NOW REDUCING 1945 DEFICIT 32
Advertising 33 , 34
NEW LABOUR SET-UP ON NAURU Slow Rehabilitation of Phosphate Industry 34 , 35
SPIRITS NOW COST MORE IN FIJI 35
No Landing Bond Needed For NG—Papua Residents 35
GIFT FOR MISSION SCHOOL MADE BY MR. H. H. RAGG 35
Advertising 35
Another New Industry For Fiji 36
PEARLING INDUSTRY IS REVIVING 36
TO HELP GROW POTATOES IN THE TROPICS 36
COST OF LIVING IN NOUMEA 36
Advertising 36
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories' Talk-Talk 37
From Clerk, to Millionaire Knight 38 , 39
POLYNESIAN PLAYTIME 39
Tropicalities 40
ASSIGNMENT In MID-PACIFIC Sir Albert Ellis Has a Story to Tell 41 , 42 , 43
NEW BOOKS FOLK TALES FROM PAPUA 43
Short Story: Concerning the Inhibitions of Miss Blair 43 , 44
Advertising 45
How 250 Rabaul Refugees Were Rescued in New Britain in March, 1942 46 , 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 52
Advertising 46 , 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52
LANGUAGES OF POLYNESIA 53
ANNUAL MEETING OF PI SOCIETY Major C. A. Swinbourne Elected President 53 , 54
Advertising 53 , 54
LABOUR TRAGEDY IN PAPUANEW GUINEA Experienced Official Suggests a Remedy 54 , 55
ELECTION IN OCEANIA 55
PUBLICATIONS ABOUT THE PACIFIC 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
RETURN TO THE OLD WAYS Motive Social Life in Modern Tahiti 56
ATTEMPTED RESCUE OFF AITUTAKI 56
MERITORIOUS WAR RECORD OF THE PIB Warm Praise for Native Troops by Well-Known Territorian 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
JIMURU What One Mission Native Did in the Solomons 58
Secondary School For Nuku'alofa 59
Honolulu, Too, Has Its Problems 59
FIJIAN CHIEFS TO STUDY IN ENGLAND 59
Advertising 59 , 60
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 60 , 61 , 62 , 63 , 73
Advertising 61 , 62
PAPUA 63
Advertising 63
PIRATES IN NEI 64
Advertising 64
YANKS WANT OUR TUNA 64
NEWS NOTES FROM N. GUINEA Visit by Reconstruction Official 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
SLOW RECOVERY IN PAPUA Problems of Houses and Labour 66 , 67
THE INDIANS OF FIJI 67
Major Grahamslaw, OBE Honour Was Won in Difficult Buna Campaign 67
TRANSFER OF USA WAR DEAD 67 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
TROCHUS SHELL Chance for Factory in the Southwest Pacific 68
"SKIPPER" CARLSON 68
Advertising 69
LABASA CHILDREN CONSUME 2,400 BUNS, 800 BOTTLES POP 70
NEW APPOINTMENTS TO VACUUM OIL DIRECTORATE 70
MAMARA PLANTATIONS, BSI 70
Advertising 70
ARMY OF GIANT SNAILS Advancing in New Ireland 70
Advertising 70 , 71
Difficult Case of John McDonald Post-War Verdict That Caused Indignation in Solomons 72
Advertising 72
Samarai Area Struggling Towards Recovery 73
Advertising 73
ISLANDS PRODUCE 74
Advertising 74
FIJI BUYING PRICES 74
PRICE OF GOLD 74
COPRA 74
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 74
Exchange Rates 74
Advertising 75 , 76
TIMBER CONCESSION IN NG BY TENDER ONLY 77
AUSTRALIAN MP's MAY VISIT PAPUA-NG 77
Advertising 77 , 78 , 79 , 80

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