Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVII, No. 6 ( Jan. 20, 1947)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
ADVERTISERS 5
Advertising 5 , 6
IN THIS ISSUE: 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
Let the World now Hear the Voice of Polynesia! 7 , 8
FINANCE REGULATIONS FOR TRAVELLERS FROM FIJI 8
OIL EXPLORATION IN PAPUA Australasian Petroleum Company Pty. Ltd. 8
Advertising 8
SOUTH PACIFIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE Six Countries Meet in Canberra to Establish Advisory Commission 9
F. J. MACKENZIE LEAVES NEW GUINEA 9
New Post for G. and E. Resident Commissioner H. E. Maude Takes Over G. and E. Colony 9
H. H. VASKESS Retirement After 36 Years of Hard Service 10
Senior N.G. Officer Resigns K. C. McMullen Transfers to Carpenters' Staff 10
PACIFIC GOLD INDUSTRIES THREATENED British Policy Could Kill Fiji and N. Guinea Enterprises 10 , 75 , 77
BSI Gold Search Abandoned Effect of Colonial Office's New Law 10
NEW YEAR HONOURS IN SOUTH PACIFIC H. H. Ragg of Fiji Knighted 11
FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF FALL OF RABAUL Sydney Ceremony at Martin Place 11
SIR A. GRANTHAM IN S. PACIFIC TERRITORIES 11
TERRITORIAN AIR TRAVELLERS 11
BISHOP BADDELEY Transfer to English See After 15 Years' Hard Service 12
N. Guinea Natives for Suva Medical School 12
ANYONE IN N. BRITAIN 63 YEARS AGO? 12
"MATUA" PASSENGERS 12
LANDS OFFICIALS FOR G. AND E. COLONY 12
SYDNEY-SAN FRANCISCO AIR SERVICES STILL UNKNOWN QUANTITY But Qantas Extend to Rabaul 13
FIJI'S PHILATELIC SOCIETY IS GROWING 13
Trans-Pacific Ships New Freighter Service 13
VERNON MEMORIAL 13
WHY YOU DO NOT GET THE GOODS YOU ORDER 13 , 14
Council of Chiefs Twenty-Fifth Meeting 14
PLANT FOR OCEAN IS. AND NAURU 14
Noumea is to Have A Casino And Will (Perhaps) Become the "Monte Carlo of the South Seas" 14
Lost "Tin Con" Moil Niuato'ou Evacuated by "Matua" in December 14
HOW BRITAIN PLANS TO COMPENSATE JAP-INVADED TERRITORIES Minister's Statement of Feb., 1946, Covers the South Pacific 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
MECHANISING PAPEETE'S WATERFRONT 16
LMS Missionary's Son Is Rhodes Scholar 16
End of "Desikoko" Ship Now Joins Other Pondo Ghosts 17
NADI AIRPORT NOW CONTROLLED BY CIVIL AUTHORITIES 17
RAROTONGA HAS A SPORTING BOXING DAY 17
Advertising 17 , 18
BOOM-TIME FOR W. SAMOA Cocoabeans Hit an All-time High —And are Still Rising 19 , 21
Advertising 19 , 20
YOUNG N.G. AIRMAN NOW PRESUMED DEAD 21
Small Drop in Fiji Copra Price 21 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
HENRI SAUTOT RECEIVES OVATION IN NOUMEA "Deported" Former Governor Refers Scathingly to D'Argenlieu 22
Rehabilitation of Rabaul 23
Advertising 23
GLADYS BAKER, M.B.E. Unexpected Death at Witu, TNG 24
Advertising 24
'Sinabada' Returned to Langu Tribute to a Brave Woman of the Islands 24 , 25 , 26
Advertising 24 , 25 , 26
R.N.Z.A.F, PACIFIC SERVICES Changes Announced 26
DR. D. W. HOODLESS Widespread Effect of His Work at Suva Medical School 27 , 29
Advertising 27 , 28
DEATH OF SUVA RADIO ANNOUNCER Mr. J. L. Brennan 29
CARGO PILLAGING BY SEA-GOING GANGS 29
Advertising 29
BETTER THAN SYDNEY, ANYWAY 30
Advertising 30
Fiji Public Relations Office to Stay 30
TIME WAS A CHEAP COMMODITY IN THE OLD PACIFIC 30
FORGOTTEN TRAGEDY OF 1942 How "Momutu" and 80 Men Were Lost off S. Papua Coast 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
Minister Defends Qld. Policy In Torres Islands 32
14 NEW NMP's IN SUVA GRADUATION Students From New Guinea Will Attend Central Medical School Next Year 33
TONGA HAS TRADING TROUBLES, TOO 33
Advertising 33
DEATH OF MR. A. E. ALLMAN, OF SIGATOKA, FIJI 34
Advertising 34
New Statutory Rules Now Cover Australian War Damage Some Interesting Amendments to Old Regulations 34
500 BUSHELS OF RICE TO THE ACRE! 35
Advertising 35
ANTI-FILARIA CAMPAIGN IN RAROTONGA The Work of Mr. D. W. Amos Gets Results 36 , 37
Advertising 36 , 37
"WINDOW DRESSING" IN PORT MORESBY Former ANGAU Chief Severely Critical of Australia's New Guinea Policy 38
Advertising 38
DEATH OF MR. LLOYD COX 38
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 39 , 40
VIC. PENNEFATHER 39
"That Wild Australian" 40
Patience On The High Seas Being the Chronicles of a Frustrated Voyager to a Polynesian Outpost 41 , 46
Polynesia Takes to the Air 42 , 43
Short Story: THE HIGHEST COURT A Tale of Indian Fiji, by I. B. Chalmers 43 , 44
MEMORIES OF 'IDLE HOUR' Dwight Long Now Interested in Filming Polynesia 44
Tropicalities 45
"Archipelago of Contented Men" Appreciation of Frank Greenop's Book, by a New Guinea Missionary 46
THE CHINESE IN INDONESIA Based on an article by George McT. Kahin, in “Far Eastern Survey.” 47
Advertising 47
Government Taking Staff From Private Firms 48
NEWS SOUGHT OF MR. E. R. MILLER, OF KAVIENG 48
State-Owned Ships For The South Pacific 48
Advertising 48 , 49
POST-WAR CONDITION OF SAMARAI 50
YOU CAN'T PUSH A PAPUAN 50
Advertising 50
Fakatonga News Flashes (Fakatonga means: Tongan ways, or doing anything Tongan fashion.) 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
COPRA TAX IN TONGA How Funds are to be Used 52
DEATH OF WELL KNOWN MORESBY RESIDENT 52
Advertising 52
"Stella Maris II" Leaves For N. Guinea 52
AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FIJI STUDENTS 52
VANIKORO TIMBER-GETTERS 53
SOLE SURVIVOR OF THE "NOVA" RETURNS TO BRISBANE 53
EDUCATIONAL STANDARD OF FIJI STUDENTS 53
TONGAN GAOL BREAKERS ESCAPE TO SEA 53
Advertising 53
Concerning Mr. Bryson 54
STAMPS 54
LESS CRIME IN TONGA 54
Advertising 54
Friendly Gesture From Hawaii 55
Advertising 55
CSR Paid £900,000 For 1945 Cane 100 per cent. Increase on 1939 Costs 56
Fiji Legislative Council Approves Development, Education Plans 56
Advertising 56
SPONGES IN PAPUAN WATERS 56
HOW 240 MEN WERE SAVED Magnificent Achievement on New Britain Coast After Rabaul Fell 57 , 58 , 59 , 60 , 62 , 63
Advertising 57 , 58 , 59 , 60 , 61 , 62
FAMILY "NURSING" TO END IN TONGAN HOSPITALS 63
Advertising 63
N.G. SCHOLARSHIP FUND Further Welcome Donations 64
Advertising 64
AGRICULTURAL POLICY IN N. GUINEA What New Administration is Doing 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
INTOLERABLE TAX ON TONGANS' BREAD Official Apathy Results in Natives Being Charged 6d per lb. 66
BOAT WANTED FOR THE "MISSION IN THE MUD" 66
ADVENTURERS! Mixed Party of Young Islanders Run off with Lugger, and End in Gaol 67
Advertising 67 , 68
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 68 , 69 , 70 , 71
Advertising 69 , 70
SHORTAGE OF SUPPLIES IN RABAUL 71
END-OF-YEAR FUNCTIONS 71
Advertising 71
"Captain Indomitable" An Appreciation of the Work of Capt. Jock Laird—by “Pat.” 72
Advertising 72
Slow Rehabilitation in BSI News From Mrs. Georgina Seton of Choiseul 72
C.W.D. Sales In Rabaul Were "Plain Frustration" 73
GIANT SNAILS DISAPPEAR Remarkable Phenomenon in New Guinea 73
Intense Search for Oil in N. Guinea 73
Advertising 73
DEATH OF HENRY DEXTER 74
Advertising 74
Another Cure For Malaria Claimed 74
No Changes in Fiji Constitution Secretary of State tor the Colonies Answers the Fiji Electors' Association 74
Advertising 74
Advertising 75 , 76
Advertising 77
FLOURISHING NEW SCHOOL IN WESTERN SAMOA 78
DIABETES AMONG POLYNESIANS 78
"POI" FOR THE MAKEA NUI 78 , 80
Advertising 78 , 79 , 80
Capt. Grey's "Siren" Now in Full Commission 80
FIERCE STORM IN NORTH PACIFIC 81
Poliomyelitis at Mangaia 81
Advertising 81
AUSTRALIA HAS A NATIVE PROBLEM—AT HOME 81
Advertising 81
ISLANDS PRODUCE (Quotations in Australian Currency) 82
Advertising 82
BUYING PRICES AT SUVA, FIJI, PRODUCE REPORT 82
PRICE OF GOLD 82
COPRA 82
RUBBER 82
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 82
Exchange Rates 82
Advertising 83 , 84

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