Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVIII, No. 4 ( Nov. 18, 1947)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
ADVERTISERS 4
Advertising 5
IN THIS ISSUE: 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
MR. WARD WILL VIEW HIS KINGDOM 7 , 8
AIR TRAVELLERS TO NG 8
SWEEPING THE SEAS Nearly 200 Vessels Damaged, in Vast Mine Cleaning-up Job 9
Shall We Coo To The Socialistic Tiger? 9
PLENTY OF FRESH MEAT SOON! A New Enterprise Will Give New Guinea Fresh Meat and Australia Tropical Fish 9
POLYNESIAN JOURNAL 9
Fiji Airport Decision Still Awaited 10
AIRFIELD FOR NIUE 10
MANGAIA'S SHARE IN GOOD COPRA PRICES 10
THE POLICY OF NEGATIVENESS 10
BIG PROFIT For Papuan Trading Company 11
Papuan Rubber Industry In Jeopardy Negotiations Being Made For A Stabilised Price 11
GUINEA AIRWAYS Driven Out of Darwin Service 11
FROM APIA TO VANIKORO Tale of a Stolen Launch 11
QANTAS TRAVELLERS 11
THE BOOK-WRITING FRISBIES 11
ANOTHER PLAN FOR SAMOA Mission's Recommendations Similar To NZ Proposals 12 , 13
N. GUINEA WOMEN'S CLUB OF SYDNEY 13
BRILLIANT FIJI GIRL'S SUCCESS IN USA 13
RISING OF THE PALOLO 13
'MARCHING RULE' First-Hand Notes On Strange Social Phenomenon In Solomons 13
"MONSTER" SEEN IN N. CALEDONIAN BUSH 13
Advertising 14
No Help For NG Copra-Growers Only One Bank in Rabaul 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
PRICE OF COPRA—AND OF OTHER COMMODITIES 16
CYCLING MISSIONARY 16
Advertising 17
HOW JOSEPH WULF MISSED THE 'ALONE' An Appeal For An Address 18
Advertising 18
NEW FRENCH AIR SERVICE Between Noumea and Tahiti 18
NZ Airways Corporation Takes Over in Pacific 18
MR. ALDERMAN, KC Memories of Territorians' Claims Against the Australian Army, 1942-3 19
Alderman Incident of 1943 19 , 20
Advertising 19
Advertising 20
NAURU PHOSPHATE Gradual Recovery of Production 20
FIJI CRICKETERS FOR NEW ZEALAND 20 , 22
Advertising 21 , 22
"AN INVESTIGATION WILL BE MADE" Colonel Allan Brings N. Guinea Grievances Before Australian Prime Minister 22 , 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
Accident to Bristol Freighter At Wau 24
Quarter Century of Airline Operation 24
MR. WARD WILL VISIT NEW GUINEA And Choose Site For Permanent Capital 25
STRIKE IN FIJI Nadi Airport Workers Have A Week Off 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
SWIFT MOVES FOR REFORM IN WESTERN SAMOA Samoans Inclined To Seek Union With Eastern Samoa 26 , 27
NAURU IS NOW IN TRUST' Development Directs Attention To Difficult Problem of TNG 27 , 28
Advertising 27
Advertising 28
Legislative Council Appointments In Fiji 28
WATERSIDE SPIRIT IS AGGRESSIVE Modern Ideas In Cook Islands 28
ROLL OF NGVR 28
PROGRESS OF OIL DRILLING. IN PAPUA 28
Advertising 29 , 30
DEATH OF 'TIBBY' HAGEN Notable Citizen of Western Pacific 30
FIJI'S WEDDING GIFT FOR PRINCESS ELIZABETH 30
Donors Predominantly Fijian 30
PLENTY OF MONEY IN FIJI High Imports are Reflected In Colony's Revenues 31
PAPUA AND NG CUSTOMS TARIFFS 31
USEFUL COMPILATION 31
PEN FRIENDS WANTED 31
Advertising 31 , 32
EAST INDIES TIMBER Sources of Enormous Supplies Shut Off By Disturbed Conditions 33
SOLOMON ISLANDERS 33
Advertising 33 , 34
INDIAN TAX DODGERS Cost Fiji Treasury £13,000 35
Is USA Buying Trochus? Need of a South Pacific Button Industry 35
TOKELAU POSTAGE STAMPS 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
REMOVAL OF 4,000 BODIES From US Battlefields On Guadalcanal 36
Attempt To Overcome N. Caledonia's Currency Difficulties 36
LAST JAP CAPTURED ON GUADALCANAL 36
MR. HENRY DECANTS SOOTHING PHRASES IN RAROTONGA Interesting Example of Political Trends in Pacific Islands 37 , 38 , 40
Advertising 37 , 38 , 39 , 40 , 41
NO NEW HOTEL FOR SUVA 42
Advertising 42
ANOTHER £3,000,000 FOR HER TERRITORIES Australian Bureaucrats Continue Their Fantastic Spending In the Islands 42
FIJI ESCAPES DRASTIC IMPORT CUTS 42
TWO YEARS AGO ON NAURU Few Remembered the Anniversary of the Reoccupation on September 14 43
Advertising 43
COMMONWEALTH DEPT. TAKES OVER N. GUINEA PWD 44
SUVA RESIDENTS WANT TO BUILD 44
Advertising 44
ENEMY ALIENS' PROPERTY Australian Laws Liberal 44
DEATH OF MR. MILTON CRAIG Last of Three Brothers Who Brought London To Fiji 44
FIJI BOY SCOUTS' RALLY 44
N. GUINEA VOLUNTEER RIFLES Men Who Served with Courage and Distinction In World War II 45 , 46 , 48 , 58 , 59 , 61
Advertising 45 , 46 , 47 , 48
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 49 , 50
He Tamed A Papuan Tribe 50 , 51
TONGA’S LONELY OUTPOSTS A Mission Party Visits The Volcanic Islands 51
THE SAMOANS went UNDERGROUND 52 , 53
Tropicalities 54
THE LIGHTER SIDE OF A POLICEMAN'S LIFE 54 , 55
Tropical Cat In A Tropical Garden 55
CONCERNING THE MAGAZINE SECTION 55
This Made Me Laugh ... South Seas Wit and Humour Collected By "Pedele" 56 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58 , 59 , 60
Fiji Indians' "Hardship" CSR Chief Sees No Evidence of It 61
NOTED DIVER VISITS NEW GUINEA 61
Advertising 61
LIVELY TRADE IN TAHITI 62
Advertising 62
EARLY DAYS IN PAPUA Monckton's Two Patrols 62
JOHN HUNT CENTENARY IN FIJI 62
Boys In Boots N. Guinea Natives Now May "Wear Anything”-and They Do? 63
LAST RESTING PLACE OF LONE YACHTSMAN Alain Gerbault's Remains Taken From Timor To Bora Bora 63
Advertising 63
'NIUSPEPA BIONG YUPELA' Welcome To The Lae 'Garamut' 64
Advertising 64
Shortage of Sacks Hits Copra Producers 64
Rougier Died A Priest Correction of a Report 65
FATHER ROUGIER—AND AN APOLOGY 65 , 66
Advertising 65
TAHITI'S POPULATION 66
Advertising 66
BUTTER OR GHEE? Dilemma For Fiji Dairy Industry 66
OSCAR RUNDNAGEL FREE AGAIN AFTER 8 YEARS 66
Cession Day Ceremony At New Memorial 67
Advertising 67
When Errol Flynn Was A NG Gold-Miner 68
Advertising 68
MARCHING RULE LEADERS On Trial In BSI 68
MANGAIAN LABOURERS SAIL FOR PHOSPHATE ISLE 68
CENTENARIAN DEAD IN N. CALEDONIA 68
UNDER THE UNION JACK The Kuper Family An Influence For Good in BSI 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
Re-Export Racket Is To Stop Imported Goods Were Going From Fiji to New Zealand 70
NORFOLK IS. HAS A NEW PICTURE SHOW 70
Mystery of South Pacific Commission 71
TO REPRESENT N. CALEDONIA IN PARIS 71
Advertising 71
RECIPES FOR ISLANDS COOKS 72
Advertising 72
DEMORALISATION OF NG NATIVES What The Wardist Regime Has Accomplished 72 , 74
Advertising 73 , 74
MISSIONARY ATTACKED Unpleasant Incident In NG Highlands 74
COOK ISLANDS COUNCIL Inaugural Meeting 74
N. CALEDONIA WILL GET MORE AUSTRALIAN COAL 74
THEY EAT MOSQUITO LARVAE Value of the Gambusia Fish 75
What the Little Fish Did In Nauru 75
Advertising 75 , 76
'MYSTERY' LIQUOR BILL All Fiji Churches Join In Strong Protest 77 , 78
Advertising 77 , 78
Back-to-School Movement In Papua-NG Australian Taxpayers Foot The Bill 78
HE HAS "HAD" LAE 78
SOLOMON ISLANDS CONDITIONS Natives Much Healthier But Sullen Towards Europeans 79
Advertising 79
HAVE FIJI INDIANS CHANGED THEIR TUNE? 80
Advertising 80
SURVEY OF NEW GUINEA Apart From Acute Shortage of Shipping and Fresh Food Conditions Are Improved 80 , 81
ANGLICAN MISSIONARIES IN PAPUA 81
NG's 10-Years' Plan What Has Happened To It ? 81
COPRA IN CEYLON 81
Advertising 81
THE ROCK CARVINGS OF NEW CALEDONIA Evidence of a Pre-Melanesian Colonisation 82 , 84
Advertising 82 , 83 , 84
ANXIOUS DAYS FOR THE YULI ISLAND MISSION Funds Run Out – "Gemma" Is Wrecked —35 New Missionaries Arrive And There Is No War. Damage Compensation 84 , 85
DEATH OF FR. I. SCHWAB OF SEPIK RIVER 85
BSIP GOVERNMENT USES RADIO 85
COPRA GROWERS' UNION OF FIJI 85 , 86
Advertising 85 , 86
DODGING 'NIPS' BEHIND BOGIA Black Days In New Guinea In 1942-3 86 , 87 , 88 , 89
Advertising 87 , 88
FISHING FIJI FASHION 89
Advertising 89
MISSIONARIES FOR THE GILBERTS 90
Advertising 90
WORLD-WANDERER'S EARLY MEMORIES OF PACIFIC 90
WHERE THE NMP'S COME FROM Dr. Hoodless Tells Fascinating Story of Central Medical School 91
Advertising 91
THE "ARONGA MANA" GO INTO BUSINESS 92
Advertising 92
MEN OF SCIENCE ARE INDISPENSABLE IN THE WORLD OF TO-DAY 92
Advertising 93 , 94
Scientist's Seek Smoother Flying Passengers Cannot Yet Travel At High Speeds in New Jet-Propelled Aircraft 95
NOTHING WRONG WITH FIJI FACTORIES NZ Official Concludes Survey 95
Advertising 95
100,000 Tons of New Shipping Launched in October 96
Advertising 96
N. GUINEA FOOD FOR BRITAIN 96
Netherlands Indies Settling Down Dutch Continue Quietly To Take Control 97
BRITISH NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS AIR MAILED TO AUSTRALIA 97
Advertising 97
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 98 , 99 , 100 , 101
Advertising 98 , 99 , 100 , 101
HULA DANCERS, AS TAKEN SERIOUSLY 101
ISLANDS PRODUCE 102
Advertising 102
BUYING PRICES AT SUVA, FIJI, PRODUCE REPORT (Fiji Currency) 102
PRICE OF GOLD 102
COPRA 102
RUBBER 102
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 102
Exchange Rates 102
Advertising 103 , 104

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