Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVII, No. 3 ( Oct. 18, 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
MISERABLE RABAUL Shortage of Food 4
Carpenters' Finance: Directors' Cautious Policy 5
DEATH OF MR. A. E. SPENCE 5
Advertising 5
ADVERTISERS 6
Contents 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
Socialism And Its Planners In the South Pacific Territories 7 , 8
Advertising 8
"VITI" TO BE SOLD 8
Advertising 8
"MASINGA LO" Anti-British Native Movement Is Sweeping Over Solomons 9
Fiji's Indians May Be Repatriated 9
THIS WAS A NEWSPAPER OFFICE 9
NEW PACIFIC AIR SERVICES Qantas Plans Announced 9
Australian Pacific Research Council 9
NEW WRC LINE 10,000-Tons Ships on a Round-the-Pacific Schedule 10
INFORMATION WANTED 10
SUVA PRO-CATHEDRAL 10
MORESBY'S HOUSING SHORTAGE CAUSES TROUBLE 10 , 76
THE NEW NEW GUINEA Its Depressing Present and Its Curiously Uncertain Future A Survey by Judy Tudor 11 , 12
DEATH OF MR. B. MANLY 12
CONTRAST IN CEMETERIES 12
QANTAS PASSENGERS TO NEW GUINEA 12
KING'S MEDAL FOR C. H. MEEN 13
MANUS CIVILIANS PRESUMED DEAD 13
Mr. H. Sabben, OBE, Retires From Fiji Service 13
PASSENGERS FROM SUVA BY SEPTEMBER "MATUA" 13
Effect of War on Pearl Shell Industry 13
High Charges in Noumea 13
Advertising 13
USA CONTROL OF PACIFIC TERRITORIES Unexpected Fierce Challenge by Mr. Ickes 14 , 72
A SEAFARER AT TWO 14
L`AE GOES ON A MEAT BENDER But No Beer Yet! 15
Harold Cooper For Important Nigerian Job 15
Advertising 15
CORRECTION 16
Advertising 16
Suva Bowling Club Celebrates 21st Birthday 16
DEATH OF FORMER SUVA HARBOURMASTER 16
Advertising 17 , 18
RAGTIME STEVEDORING IN MADANG "MONTORO" LEAVES COPRA BEHIND 18 , 71
BAD ERUPTION AT NIUAFO'OU Ninth Since 1853 19
IRON ORE IN FIJI 19
Madang is the End of the Line But There is No Accommodation for Travellers Yet 19
SYDNEY NG WOMEN'S CLUB 19
Advertising 19 , 20
SOUTH SEA REGIONAL COMMISSION Inaugural Meeting Early in 1947 21
NG. Bank Exchange 21
Advertising 21 , 22
STC SHOWS RECORD PROFIT Trade and Politics In Papua 23
Advertising 23
COVETED MANUS How The Mighty Sea and Air Base Was Seized and Built 24 , 25 , 26
Advertising 24 , 25 , 26
CLUBS FOR YOUNG FIJI FARMERS PLANNED 26
W. SAMOA UNDER THE MICROSCOPE Chicago "Tribune's" Attentions Are Not Well Received 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
MILITARY DECORATIONS PRESENTED AT SUVA, FIJI 28
Advertising 29
ACHIEVEMENT BY SAMOAN SOLDIERS' MOTHERS 30
New Education Facilities in Fiji 30
Advertising 30
ABEMAMA New Administrative Centre For G and E Colony 30
THANKS TO REV. A. P. H. FREUND 30
PAPAIN Regular Product of Samoa 31
"Freedom" Under The Condominium 31
NO COAL FOR FIJI 31
Advertising 31 , 32
MISSING MEN OF N. GUINEA Some Further Light on Their Fate 33
SAMOAN CHURCH FUNDS "EVAPORATE" 33
Radio Broadcasts For Western Samoa 33
Advertising 33
COAST WATCHING IN NEW GUINEA How Officials, Missionaries and Traders Carried On In 1942 34 , 35 , 36 , 37 , 38
Advertising 34 , 35 , 36 , 37 , 38
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 39
A Planter’s Return To His Shattered Home 40 , 41
ON THE EDGE OF CIVIL WAR A Hitherto Unpu[?]ed Drama of New Caledonia in 1942, which coused the Americans Embarrossment 42 , 43 , 44 , 57 , 58
DRAMATIS PERSONAE 43
Tropicalities 45
BROADCASTING IN FIJI 46
TRADE WIND How the Life-Giving South-Easter Is Born 46
A MODERN ARK FOR NEW GUINEA 46
COSTLY AND INEFFICIENT SHIPPING IN NEW GUINEA Outstanding Example of Socialist Government Control 47 , 48
Advertising 47
HIGH COLONIAL OFFICIAL ARRIVES IN FIJI 48
Advertising 48
TAHITI HONOURS THREE BROTHERS OF FAMOUS SCHOOL 49
Fiji Ancient History Research by American Professor 49
Advertising 49
G'Air Hope to Fly Again in NG 50
MR. McEWAN BADLY INJURED AT LAE 50
Advertising 50
Trans-Pacific Air Fares Are Oppresively High 51
Academic Survey of Australian Territories 51
Memorial for Late Dr. G. H. Vernon 51
Advertising 51
COCOA TREE DISEASE 52
OUR NATIVE SOLDIERS—A CONTRAST 52
25-YEARS-OLD PHOTOGRAPH CONTAINS SOME HISTORY 52
Advertising 52
BROADCASTING TO THE PACIFIC BBC Asks Residents For Reception Reports 53 , 54
Advertising 53
FOOD SHORTAGE IN SAMOA 54
New Treatment of Malaria But May Create a Racial Menace 54
IMPORT LICENCES NOW NECESSARY IN NEW GUINEA 54
Advertising 54
Machines to Replace Native Labour Apparently The Only Solution to N. Guinea's Labour Problem 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
The Pineapple Cup—Fiji's Famous Bowling Trophy 56
Advertising 57 , 58
PROSPERITY IN W. SAMOA 58
MRS. C. G. CHADDERTON DIES IN SYDNEY 58
Bitter Argument About Cook Is. Politics 59
Fijian Takes Charge of London Traffic 59
Advertising 59
New Governor Receives Coveted Decoration 60
Advertising 60
SHARP CRITICISM OF BRITISH POLICY IN SOLOMONS Anglo-African Officials Ignore Small Planters and Traders 60 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
When The Japs Looked Down On Port Moresby 62
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 63 , 64 , 65
Advertising 63 , 64
CENSUS IN FIJI 65
Advertising 65
New Union Ships For The Pacific Trade 66
Advertising 66
PAPUANS IN BOOTS, or CIVILISING BROWN BROTHER 66
SUPPLIES OF PALUDRINE 66
More Donations To The Scholarship Fund Applications Now Being Received for 1947 Scholarship 67 , 68
Advertising 67
US DEAD IN THE PACIFIC Work of Location and Repatriation 68
Advertising 68
MAYBE LATER—NOT YET! NG Public Service Strength About the Same as Pre-war 69
FONO TACKLES SAMOA'S PROBLEMS WITH VIGOUR 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
DEMOLITION OF HISTORIC BUILDING 70
BURN YOUR BOMBS! No Help From Army Bomb-Disposals 70
NEW GUINEA SHIPPING BOARD APPOINTMENTS 71
IMPROVED FIJI REVENUES 71
Advertising 71 , 72
SIX TONGANS RETURN FROM LONDON 72
SICKNESS—AND EMPTY TANKS 72
BRIDEGROOM IS 4TH GENERATION PAPUAN OFFICER 72
MARSTERS CLAN Palmerston's Romantic History Recalled by Recent Death of William Marsters II. 73 , 74
Advertising 73 , 74
SPOOK EXPLODED Tongan Grave Mystery Explained 74
FREE LABOUR IN N. CALEDONIA War Destroyed Indenture System:: Grave Problem For Mining Companies 75
Advertising 75 , 76
SANTO TO SYDNEY WITH A SICK BOY 76
NG NATIVES FOR SUVA 77
£100,000 BURIED IN THE SOLOMONS 77
BSI LANGUAGES Interesting Remnant In The Russells 77
THURSDAY ISLAND 77
Advertising 77
Anti-Malaria Control Notes On American Experiences In The Solomons 78
Advertising 78
NINE PAPUAN SOLDIERS LOST IN CUTTER'S WRECK 78
UNEVANGELISED MISSION IN PAPUA 78
Advertising 79 , 80
PIONEER MISSIONARY 80
NEW IRISH PROCESS FOR SEASONING TIMBER 80
Advertising 81
ISLANDS PRODUCE 82
Advertising 82
FIJI BUYING PRICES 82
PRICE OF GOLD 82
COPRA 82
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 82
Exchange Rates 82
Advertising 83 , 84

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