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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVIII, No. 1 ( Aug. 18, 1947)
Pages
84
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
ADVERTISERS 5
Advertising 5
IN THIS ISSUE: 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
New Order Planners Bring Chaos to an Exhausted World 7 , 8
FIJI TRAVELLERS 8
SIR LESLIE FREESTON New Governor of Fiji 8
WESTERN SAMOAN GOVERNMENT Inquiry Mission Receives Chiefs' Plans 9
FIJI ELECTIONS Sir Hugh Ragg, Retires 9
PACIFIC ISLANDS SOCIETY 9
AIR TRAVELLERS TO NEW GUINEA 9
ANTI-DUTCH! 10
A NEW PACIFIC AIRWAY Hawaii to Samoa 10
ANA WILL BE OUT OF TRANS PACIFIC SERVICE NEXT APRIL UK and Dominion Governments Will Then Run Own Organisation 11
NORTH PACIFIC POLICIES 11
PACIFIC AIR COUNCIL 11
NATIVES' WAGES Attempt at Classification In Papua-N. Guinea 11
US PACIFIC COMMISSIONER 11
Death of Mrs. C. Williams 11
Australia's "Pacific Minister" On World Tour 11
Kon-Tiki Raft Reaches French Oceania Drift Voyage Proves Possibility of Peruvian Influence on Early Polynesia 12
Candlenut Oil Process Now Protected 12
DEATH OF DR. A. J. BORG 12
COOK IS. REDS Challenge by Government-Sponsored Union 12
DR. F. L. PINCHING DEAD 12
PACIFIC SHIPPING POSITION SHOWS NO -IMPROVEMENT Industrial Disputes, Rising Costs and Shorter Hours Put Companies on the Spot 13
NEW SHIPPING SERVICE Auckland-Norfolk Is.-N. Caledonia 13
POWER FOR VITI LEVU Fiji Inquiring Into Hydro-Electric Plans 13
Advertising 14
SOUTH PACIFIC REGIONAL COMMISSION No Indication of When Organisation Will Function 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
DEATH OF J. TARIPO 16
"FIJI GUARDIAN" A New Weekly Newspaper 16
It's An Old Tongan Custom 16
£10 HIGHER Consumer Price of N. Guinea Copra 17
Fiji Copra Value Doubled In 18 Months 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
Copra Price Rises in NZ Territories 18
Another Dragon Crashes in New Guinea 18
NEW PACIFIC AIR SERVICE 19
Advertising 19 , 20
THIRD FLAG IN N. HEBRIDES Problem of Shipless Tonkinese 20
Future of Norfolk Is. Suggestion of Transfer to NZ Is Unknown Officially 21
PAPUAN MEDICAL STUDENTS FAIL AT CMS From a Special Correspondent 21
BGD PRODUCTION FIGURES 21
Advertising 21
OVERSEAS YACHTS IN SUVA 22
Advertising 22
Blasting Coral From Apia Harbour Dangerous Job Performed 22
LAUNCH OF REVOLUTIONARY CHARACTER 22
NATIVES' STRANGE BELIEF 22 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
BRISBANE NG ASSOCIATION 24
PAPER MAKERS AND KURUKURU Indications of Keen Interest In Papua Material 24
IN MICRONESIA Four Governorships Under USA Admiral 25
Reported Death in N. Guinea 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
INTER-ISLAND RUGBY 26 , 28
Twenty Millions for West African Cocoa-Growers 26
Advertising 26 , 27 , 28
COUNT VAN ASTEN Old Tongan Resdent Inherits A Dutch Title 28
More Japs Discovered in New Guinea Presence Revealed by Inter-Village Feud 28
Advertising 29 , 30
Deed of Cession Monument 30
One Happy Night in New Guinea 30
WAU-LABU ROAD 30
CZAR OF THE OILS INDUSTRIES UNILEVER, Unchallenged International Cartel, is Prominent Again 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
KOKOPO SMILES AGAIN Only Place in NG Which Really Enjoys Rehabilitation 32
Americans on Nauru 33
SMALL INCREASE IN NAURUAN POPULATION 33
DEATH OF MRS. JESSIE ANDERSON 33
Advertising 33
BSI PORT OF ENTRY 34
Advertising 34
NG NATIVES AS EMPLOYERS And Some Reflections! 34
CONFUSED AND UNCONVINCING COMPILATION New Scheme of Salaries for Papua-New Guinea Officials 35 , 36 , 37
Advertising 35 , 36
SAMOANS GIVE LAVISHLY TO CHURCH FUNDS 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
OCEAN IS. GIRL SERVES IN RED CROSS 38
GOLD AND OIL Search in North New Guinea 38
Australian Ship Board May be Liable For Cargo Pillage 38
Advertising 39
SEVERE SICKNESS IN RAROTONGA 40
Advertising 40
LUTHERAN MISSIONARY DOCTOR RETURNS TO NG 40
AUSTRALIA, IN PACIFIC AFFAIRS, IS SNAPPING AND SNARLING AT AMERICA How Canberra Politicians "Missed the Bus" In Manus Negotiations 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
NEW CALEDONIA'S MINERALS 42
PLEA FOR LEONARD MURRAY Ex-Official's Frank Speaking 42
Advertising 43
"TIRPITZ" KNOWS NOW! N. Guinea Economics In Simple Pidgin 44 , 45
Advertising 44 , 45
Only Poverty for Cook Is. Maoris "Social Security" for NZ Cousins 46
Advertising 46
Canberra Killing Australia's Islands Trade 46
TONGA, 50 YEARS AGO 47
BIG PROFITS IN LEATHERCRAFT 47
Advertising 47 , 48
When "Boys" Are Not to be "Boys" A New Edict by Moresby's Planners 49
JAPS FOR NEW CALEDONIA? 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
N. GUINEA RATS Tree-Climbing and Kunai Species 50
THE BEAUTY OF LEISUREAND TAHITI 50
Advertising 50 , 51
DUTCH JUNGLE-WATCHER 52 , 53
Advertising 52
NEW CALEDONIAN BUSHRANGER SENTENCED 53
MORE COCONUTS FOR BOUGAINVILLE! 53
Advertising 53 , 54
Only Trouble Is Permanent In New Guinea 55
NO TAKERS FOR LAE TERRACE 55
Advertising 55
HOW NGVR HUNG ON NEAR MUBO, IN 1942 Story of Raids and Alarums in New Guinea Jungles 56 , 57 , 58 , 60
Advertising 56 , 57 , 58 , 59 , 60
Fiji Indians' Appeal To India A Strange Development That Is Loaded—Against Indians 60
NAVAL MEDICOS SAVE ISLANDERS' LIVES 60
"MASINGA RULE" 60
FIJI TEACHERS' TRAINING COLLEGE STAFF 61
N. HEBRIDES HAS NO MATCHES NOW 61
Advertising 61
NO TROPIC NYMPH, NO PEARLS, NO OIL! "Gippsland" Founders Off Papuan Coast 62
Advertising 62
"OISEAU DES ISLES" SAVED FROM REEF 62
Rabaul's Fine Effort For Scholarship Fund 63
Australian Minister to Visit Manus 63
New Guinea is Still a "Mandate" 63
Advertising 63
Another Successful Year New Guinea Women's Club of Sydney Carries on Vigorously 64
Advertising 64
IN PRE-WAR N. GUINEA (See Article on page 62) 65
Advertising 65
News and Notes From Buka-Bougainville 66 , 67
Advertising 66
SHIP "VITI" MAY BE LAID UP 67
Advertising 67
THE MONTH IN MORESBY 68
Advertising 68
Fiji Indians and Diseased Cattle 68
SHARP DISORDER IN TAHITI Returned Servicemen Lead Demonstration Against New Officials 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
TROUBLE IN WALLIS ISLAND French Imprison 11 Natives 70 , 71
Official Tour of Buka and Bougainville 71
Advertising 71
OMINOUS NOISES Hawaii's Giant Volcano May Erupt Again Soon 72
High Cost of Former indentured Labour 72
Mamara Plantations Get Going Again 72
Advertising 72
REMNANTS OF WAR 73
NATIVE MUSEUM FOR COOK ISLANDS 73
Advertising 73
DEATH OF MR. HAROLD E. NICHOLLS 74
Advertising 74
PAGEANT OF 50 YEARS OF MISSION WORK 74
Deserted Niuafo'ou Now Blackened Waste in Many Areas 74
RAROTONGA BUSY New Radio and Electricity Stations 74
Advertising 75
BATCHELOR-JARRETT WEDDING 76
ENGAGEMENT 76
Advertising 76
RECENT SUVA WEDDINGS 76 , 77
ANGEMUNDE-McMILES WEDDING 77
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 77 , 78
Death of Mrs. Madeleine Hayward 77
Advertising 77 , 78
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 78 , 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
Hired Murderer or Black Magic? Native Cult in NW New Guinea 80 , 81
CHINESE GO HOME 81
NEWSPAPER MEN VISIT HAWAII 81
ROTUMA BOMB TRAGEDY 81
Advertising 81
ISLANDS PRODUCE 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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