Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVII, No. 2 ( Sep. 19, 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
ABOUT PACIFIC PEOPLE 4
J. O. MOUTON Dead in Sydney at Age of 78 4
Advertising 5 , 6
CAPTAIN FITCH GETS HIS SLIP BACK AGAIN 6
CIVILISATION RETURNS TO TNG 6
EN ROUTE FOR OLD INDIA 6
Tribute to Terrifrorians 7
"WINTER" IS EARLY IN TAHITI 7
Advertising 7 , 8
Late News From Australian Territories New Guinea Natives For Suva Medical School 9
FOOD SHORT IN N. GUINEA 9
AUSTRALIANS REMAIN IN TERRITORY 9
Plantation Manager's Strange Accident 9
Advertising 9
ADVERTISERS 10
Contents 10
Advertising 10
Pacific Islands Monthly 11
Socialist-Controlled Sea and Air Transport In the Pacific 11 , 12
BANK OF NSW RETURNS TO PAPUA 12
NZ Air Services In South Central Pacific 12
Indignant Public Servants In Port Moresby 12
"Much Better Treatment for Territories" 13
Where Are The Polynesians of Hawaii? 13
"WINTRY" WEATHER IN WESTERN SAMOA 13
CONFUSION, UNHAPPINESS IN PAPUA-N. GUINEA Industry Paralysed By Lack of Labour and Transport 13 , 14 , 72
THE CHINESE IN the SOLOMONS SOME OUTSPOKEN COMMENT 14
TWO TRANS-PACIFIC AIR SERVICES NOW RUNNING BCP Cannot Get Agreement With America 15 , 16
Glossary for Persons Interested In South Pacific Aviation. 15
Post-War Fervour In Old Tahiti 16
TWO NEW INDUSTRIES FOR TONGA 16
Ocean Is. Phosphate Arrives In Australia 16
TWO NEW TONGAN MAGISTRATES 16
Mr. W. W. Bolton Passes On, At Great Age of 88 16
Air Service Restored To NG Goldfield 16
SPLENDID CHORAL MUSIC July 14 In Tahiti 17
MORE FISH FOR FIJI 17
Dodging The Japs Around Vitiaz Straits In 1942 17 , 18
British Officials In The British Solomons 18
NO LABOUR IN THE SOLOMONS 18
THE PACIFIC FRANC 18
Rice is Being Grown in the Solomons 19
FIRE DESTROYS POLYNESIAN CLUB PROPERTY IN SYDNEY 19
Advertising 19 , 20
TROPICAL ULCERS Result of Tests With Penicillin 20
TONGAN HOME GUARD 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
Native Labour Muddle in New Guinea is a Vicious Circle of Ignorance 22
An Appreciation of R.L.S. 22
NG SCHOLARSHIP First Award Will Be For 1947 23
Advertising 23 , 24
AT RABAUL AND KAVIENG Post-War Impressions of NG Centres 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
Extraordinary Plague of Big Snails 26
Escaped Prisoners Recaptured 26
SMALL SHIPS GET RICH REWARD Urgently Wanted in the Islands 27
BELL OF HMS "FIJI" 27
DDT AND MALARIA 27
Advertising 27
WORLD PRICES OF COPRA US—Philippines Agreement Stabilises the Market For Year or Two 28 , 29
Advertising 28
W. SAMOA SHIPS COPRA TO ENGLAND 29
INDIA NOW WANTS COPRA 29
Advertising 29
Territories' Future Awaits Australian Poll 30
DEATH OF PIONEER MISSIONARY 30
Too Many Trades Stores Now 30
Advertising 30 , 31
Political Factions in New Zealand Still Squabble Over Cook Is. Affairs 32
Advertising 32
Success of French Inoculation Against Malaria 32
CORRECTION 32
How to Finance Better Medical Services Reader Suggests Fijian Lottery 33
5,000 Persons of European Status Final Details of W. Samoa Census 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
Grow Your Salad Vegetables in Crushed Coral! British Scientists7 Aid To Atoll Dwellers 34
VIVE LA CONDOMINIUM ! 35 , 36 , 37
Advertising 35 , 36
AUSTRALIA'S INTEREST IN PORTUGUESE TIMOR 37
Advertising 37
The Rev. Warren— Engineer-Optician 38
Ocean Is. Residents May Order Australian Rationed Goods 38
Advertising 38
NEW COMMUNITY AT RABI Details of Banaban-Gilbertese Settlement in Fiji Group 38
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories' Talk-Talk 39
THE PROBLEMS OF INDIAN INDEPENDENCE 39
WHEN THE JAP WAS THE VICTOR OF RABAUL Copies of The Proclamations of 1942 40 , 41 , 46
To Sea in a Chinese Junk 41
FORBIDDING PARADISE The Kerm decs Have a Checker History 42 , 43 , 44
NEW BOOKS Changes in Trobriands 44
PORTRAITS OF PRIMITIVES 44
The Spiritual Life in the South Pacific 44
THE HURRICANE 44
TropicaLities 45 , 46
THE FESTIVE PLUM-PUDDING 45
CASH ON DELIVERY 46
Candlenut Oil Industry Prospers in Fiji 47
OF INTEREST TO STAMP COLLECTORS 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
Tonga Greets the "Meline" 48 , 49
50 MILLION FRANC LOAN To Boost and Modernise New Caledonian Nickel Industry 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
Rotuma Alligator An Undesirable Immigrant of 33 Years Ago 50
TONGAN ASSEMBLY PASSES NEW LAWS 51
Census in Fiji in October 51
SAMOAN COCOABEANS 51
Advertising 51 , 52
Colonial Service and Old School Tie 53 , 54
Advertising 53 , 54
TAHITI GETTING READY TO WELCOME OVERSEAS VISITORS 54 , 55
No Australian Tax on Servicemen's Dollars 55
Petition for the Release of Convicted Official 55
NEW SET UP IN MALAYA 55
Advertising 55
TAHITIAN MOTOR HOGS 56
Advertising 56
OLD NEW GUINEA CLUB Has Anyone a Copy of the Rules? 56
Fiji and the West Indies Some Sriking Comparisons 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
DDT AND MALARIA 58
Islanders' Demand For Improvement In Pearling Industry 58
Rice in Relation To Rehabilitation 58
FINE RECORD OF NEW GUINEA NATIVE SOLDIERS 59 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
Tongan Premier Remarries 60
YOU CAN’T HAVE MANUS! Australia to America 60 , 61
Not a "Millionaire" Knight A Gentle Denial From Sir Maynard Hedstrom 61
Advertising 61
CHINESE IN TAHITI 62
Advertising 62
SUKUNA RETURNS FROM LONDON 62
US FORCES LEAVE N. CALEDONIA End of Historical Occupation 62
AMERICAN DEAD 12,000 Now in Large Temporary War Cemetery in Finschhaven, NG 63
FIRST WAR WIDOW AT LAE CEMETERY 63
Advertising 63
VISITORS TO FIJI 64
NON TAXABLE 64
Heavy Maintenance Needed on Lae-Wau Road 64
Advertising 64
Apia's "Black-Gang" Now in Gaol 65
FRENCH GOVERNOR AND US FORCES 65
Advertising 65
SLOW PROGRESS OF DUTCH IN RESTORING NEI Handicapped by Lack of Goods and Apathy of Allies 66
Advertising 66
MID For Felo Officer 66
Take the Native Into Your House! 66
Advertising 67 , 68
Seven Lucky Men Picked Up From Stormy Seas 68
MORE "INVESTIGATION" OF NG NATIVE LABOUR 68
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
Pacific Travellers 70 , 71
INTER-ISLAND RUGBY 71
Advertising 71 , 72
ADMINISTRATION AND THE PAPUANS 72
Australian Labourites and New Guinea Servicemen Some Phrases That Should Not Be Forgotten 73 , 74
Advertising 73 , 74
£6 Million War Damage Surplus Who Will Benefit? 74
Trans-Pacific Airways Some Day! 75
RISING OF THE PALOLO 75
Advertising 75
"FORGOTTEN" GARRISON ON WALLIS ISLAND 76
Advertising 76
MIXING THE NEW YEAR COCKTAIL 76 , 77
Advertising 77
ISLANDS PRODUCE 78
Advertising 78
FIJI BUYING PRICES 78
PRICE OF GOLD 78
COPRA 78
RUBBER 78
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 78
Exchange Rates 78
Advertising 79 , 80
JAP SNAIL MENACE IN N. GUINEA Planter Urges Action in N. Ireland 80
FIJIAN NMP'S IN DEMAND 80
NAURU TRAGEDY How Colonel Chalmers and His Companions Were Murdered 81
NEW ASSEMBLY IN TAHITI 81
DEATH OF MR. ALAN CAMPBELL 81
Advertising 81 , 82 , 83 , 84

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