Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVIII, No. 5 ( Dec. 16, 1947)
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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
'FIJIANISATION' NOW WOULD BE ONLY 'INDIANISATION' 7 , 8
HULL ADRIFT Strange Incident South of Hawaii 8
APC BORE REACHES 10,000 FT. 8
BLUE LAGOON PARTY ON WAY TO FIJI 8
BERGADA-BAMBRIDGE WEDDING IN TAHITI 8
NEW GUINEA WOMEN'S CLUB 8
"MONTORO" PASSENGERS TO PAPUA-NG 8
DEATH OF THOMAS GRIFFITHS N. Guinea's Best Administrator Remained Shortest Time There 9
SAMOA'S NEW STATUS Provided In New Legislation 9
America Perpetuates Political Division of Archipelago 9
"Matua" Flies Tongan Standard And Fiji's Methodist Head Sails For Home 9
IN MEMORY OF RABAUL TRAGEDY 9
TRAVELLERS TO NEW GUINEA 9
How NG Women Were Robbed 10
"MATUA" PASSENGERS 10
Still No Liquor For Fiji Indians 10
THE O'BRIENS GO HOME 10
FOOD SHIP FOR RABAUL 10
NEW BISHOP OF MELANESIA Appointment of Very Rev. S. G. Caulton Who Already Knows BSI Well 11
ROYAL VISIT TO PITCAIRN 11
CSR Co. Helps Fijian Child Welfare 11
War Damage In Solomons Were Americans Asked To Fay Compensation? 11
N. GUINEA SCHOLARSHIP FUND 11
ANA TOURS FROM NADI AIRPORT 11
WARD ON DEFENSIVE Australian MP's and Press Support Colonel Allan In Giving Effective Publicity to New Guinea Grievances 12 , 13
THIS STARTED IT: 12
Invitation for PM to “Try Rabaul Food" 13
TO PAPUA-NG BY QANTAS 13
Advertising 14
GLAMOROUS FILM ACTRESS EN ROUTE TO FIJI 15
Central Pacific Service for Qantas Proposed Nauru and BSI Will Benefit 15
The Biters, Bit! N. Guinea Natives Learn that There is a Difference between Chinese and Yankee Dollars 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
TONGAN QUEEN IN NZ 16
FIJI BUSINESS MAN VISITS N. GUINEA 16
WASTE AND COMMUNISM IN THE AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIES The Scandal of Native War Damage Compensation Payments 17
REFERENCE IN PARLIAMENT 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
ON EMIRAU ISLAND 18
ANOTHER N. GUINEA RESIDENT LEAVES THE TERRITORY 18
GOVERNMENTS PLANS IN NEW GUINEA Basis of Copra Price-Kokopo to be Built—The Rice Market Explained 19 , 21
Advertising 19 , 20
BSI COAT OF ARMS A "Chief Pally Pilly Argent and Sable" 21
RABAUL OBSERVES REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 21
HAGEN FAMILY AS SHIPBUILDERS 21
Advertising 21
SECRET BASE FOR TESTS US Body Takes Over Eniwetok Atoll 22
NZ SOCIALISTS WANT NEW WORKING CONDITIONS IN COOKS 22
COPRA PRODUCTION IN THE SOLOMONS 22
NZ MEDICAL RESEARCH IN PACIFIC IS. 22
Advertising 22
TERRITORIES' UNION Australian Socialists' Plan For Papua And New Guinea 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
NON-BRITISH NATIONS SHY OVER S.P. COMMISSION Unpublicised Conference Held in Sydney 24
Advertising 25 , 26
MAROONED IN BSI Plight of Residents Who Still Hove No Adequate Shipping Service 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
PLANTERS RETURN TO BSI BY AIR 28
Nelson Memorial Hall Opened in Apia 28 , 30
Advertising 30
Timber Leases In New Guinea Statement Soon, Says Minister 30
Investigation Into Public Service Conditions 30
TORRES ISLANDERS AS PEARL DIVERS 30
Advertising 29
Spectacular Whaleboat Accident At Mangaia 31
Cold-Blooded Murder of N. Ireland Internees War Trial In Hongkong Reveals Fate of 23 Men 31
Advertising 31 , 32
Levuka As A Tourist Centre Labour Shortage A Great Handicap 32
Mangaian Chief Dies On Phosphate Island 32
FIRST SESSION OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL IN RAROTONGA Elected Members Would Like Fewer Official Members 33
European Electors' Meeting in Rarotonga 33 , 34 , 36
Advertising 33 , 34 , 35 , 36
NEW BUILDING COMPANY FOR APIA 36
DEATH OF MR. S. S. BOYE 36
NEW GUINEA-A COCOA PRODUCING COUNTRY Eyes Turn Northwards As Native Independence Moves Threaten African Shipments 37
Cacao Bean Supplies Deputation Met Ministers On November 26 37 , 38
Advertising 37
COCOA BOOM CONTINUES 38
NEI TIMBER PRODUCTION 38
HOTEL FOR WAU 38
For Apia's New Broadcasting Station 38
Advertising 38 , 39
New Control of Islands Air Services NZ National Airways Takes Over from RNZAF 40
SAMOA RESIDENTS CANNOT GET BERTHS ON "MATUA" 40
BGD Production 40
AMBITIOUS HEALTH CHECK PLAN FOR US TRUST TERRITORIES 40
LAWRENCE—MUSSARED WEDDING 40
Advertising 40 , 41 , 42
RATTAN CANE FROM PAPUA Infant Industry Needs Some Official Help 42
Outstanding Service of Samoan Official Retirement of I'iga Pisa 43
Port Moresby's £30,000 War Memorial 43
Suggested Court of Appeal for Fiji 43
Advertising 43
No Coconut Cream from W. Samoa! 44
Advertising 44
USA As Pacific Power 44
SANDY CREEK BEGINS IN A SMALL WAY 44
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories' Talk-Talk 45
THE CRAIG TWINS 46 , 47
STATE OF THE NATION 47
It’s Flame-Tree Time in Merauke 47
FIJIAN LULLABY 47
MAKOGAI-Pacific Paradise for the Afflicted 48
Where Cheerfulness is the Keynote 49 , 60
ROUGIER: Missiona Became King of the Atolls 50 , 59 , 60
Tropicalities 51
Arise Balol! 52
This Made Me Laugh . . . South Seas Wit and Humour Collected By "Pedele" 52 , 60
Advertising 53
QUININE PRODUCTION IN INDONESIA 54
Advertising 54
DODGING NIPS BEHIND BOGIA Grim Days In the Mountains In 1943 54 , 55 , 56 , 57
Advertising 55 , 56
OIL PRODUCTION IN NEI Slow Rehabilitation Due to Political Upheaval 57
THE BACKWARD MARCH OF TIME 57
COINCIDENCE! 57
Advertising 57 , 58 , 59 , 60
ON WAKAYA 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
LESS FREQUENT AIR SERVICE TO SAMOA Na National Airways Takes Over 62
FIJI'S BANANA IS FROM CHINA interesting Origin of Pacific Foodstuff 62 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
EASY MONEY FOR NATIVES War Damage Distribution in New Guinea 64
University Degrees for Patrol Officers? Raising the Academic Status of the Mosman School 64
REPORT TO THE COUNCIL N. Caledonia's Representative in Paris Tells of French Attitude to Colony's Problems 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
RAROTONGA "TERE" VISITS MANGAIA 66
CHINESE FOR THE SOLOMONS? Whole Question of Labour for Pacific Territories is Receiving Serious Consideration 66 , 67
MANGAIAN TEACHERS HOLD 2nd "STRIKE" MEETING 67
GIVING THE BIBLE TO THE SOUTH PACIFIC 67
"OCEANIA" 67
Advertising 67 , 68
BOMB-HAPPY YANKS How Apia Officials Fell Victim To Irresoonsible Airmen In 1942 68 , 69
Advertising 69
NEWS ITEMS FROM FINSCHHAFEN 70
Advertising 70
OFFICIAL VISIT TO MARE ISLAND 71
TAHITI UNREST Governor Reproaches Residents 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
REMEMBRANCE DAY IN FIJI 72
'WE FIJIANS FEAR INDIANISATION' Indians Rebuffed After Frank Speech By Famous Fijian Leader 73 , 75
Advertising 73 , 74 , 75
BSI ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETS 76
Advertising 76
FILARIASIS New Hope For S. Pacific Sufferers 76
THE MONTH IN MORESBY 77
Advertising 77
FOOT RACING IN SUVA 78
Advertising 78
THE PACIFIC ISLANDS SOCIETY 78
TWO FIRES IN W. SAMOA 78
How Hokitika's Rainfall Weighs Upon Fijian Youth Absurdities of System Under Which N. Zealand Supervises Colony's Exams 79 , 80
Advertising 79
ONE PLEASANT EVENING IN FINSCHHAFEN 80
RARE LIZARD CAUGHT IN FIJI 80
Advertising 80
Short Story: THE DREAM 81 , 82
Advertising 81
BEEFLESS DAYS FOR FIJI 82
FOUR NATIONS MEET AT NOUMEA WEDDING 82
Advertising 82 , 83
Tasman Islander For PM Medical Instruction 84
REBURIAL OF SERVICEMEN AT HONIARA, BSI 84
FOR USE IN ANY PACIFIC COMMUNITY 84
MORE "MONTORO" PASSENGERS 84
Advertising 84 , 85
MAHOGANY GROWS WELL IN FIJI 86
Advertising 86
NG AIR TRAVELLERS 86
HOMBU HOMBU Reason Why BSI Port Was Chosen 86
Fijians' Success With Western Music 86
Advertising 87
AMENDMENTS TO FIJI TARIFF SCHEDULES 88
Advertising 88
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 88 , 90 , 91 , 92 , 93
Advertising 89 , 90 , 91 , 92
TIMBER FOR TNG MISSION 93
Advertising 93
ISLANDS PRODUCE 94
Advertising 94
BUYING PRICES AT SUVA, FIJI, PRODUCE REPORT 94
PRICE OF GOLD 94
COPRA 94
RUBBER 94
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 94
Exchange Rates 94
Advertising 95 , 96

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