Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVIII, No. 6 ( Jan. 19, 1948)
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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
How Socialist Weakness Threatens Disaster In The Islands 7 , 8
THE "TIN CAN" MAILMAN 8
NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS LTD. 8
Administration Officials' School Resignation of Colonel Kerr 8
CREW WANTED FOR KETCH FOR BSI 8
Advertising 8
MR. WARD'S VISIT TO TERRITORIES Postponed For Present 9
Territorians Await Mr. Ward—Hopefully 9
CANON BENSON 9
Quarantine-Conscious Samoans In Paralysis Panic 9
Progress at BGD, New Guinea 9
Dutch Plan White Colony In N. Guinea 9
Dear Paper-Appeal To Our Subscribers 9
Young German-Samoans Lost In Germany In 1939-1945 9
JAVANESE NOW ISOLATED 10
"Foreigners" Are Not Wanted Samoans' Petition Against Establishment of Building Co. 10
RETIREMENT OF W. SAMOA EDUCATIONALIST 10
AMATEUR NAVIGATOR 10
USS MANAGER LEAVES FIJI 10
NEW SHIPPING SERVICES In Eastern Pacific 11
Fiji Copra Price Rises 26/6 a Ton 11
FIJI'S NEW YEAR'S HONOURS 11
PLANE TO NAURU Survey Flight Expected To Inaugurate New Service 11
10 DEAD AND 20 BLIND Result of New Guinea Orgy On Jap "Jungle Juice" 11
TANNA SHAKEN Earth Tremors In New Hebrides 11
ANA May Fight BCPA For Pacific Run 11
"MATUA" PASSENGERS FOR NEW ZEALAND 11
SENSATIONAL £50,000 N.G. TIMBER DEAL ALLEGED 'Jock' Garden Before Federal Court On Charge of Forgery 12
Administration Changes In New Hebrides 12
FAREWELL TO SUVA'S POLO ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT 12
SEEKING OIL Extent of Papua Operations 13
NEW GUINEA SCHOLARSHIP FUND 13
CACAO BEAN PRODUCTION IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW GUINEA Manufacturers and Union Put Case to Minister 13
"Blue Lagoon" Soon Under Way 13
Advertising 14
SIR W. McNICOLL Death in Sydney: Aged 70 15
NO COPRA SACKS Industry Paralysed in New Britain and New Ireland 15
CLUB FOR KAVIENG 15
RAROTONGAN "TERE" LEAVES MANGAIA 15
Advertising 15
Polio Epidemic Feared In Solomons Severe Restrictions on Travel 16
Advertising 16
NEW GOVERNOR OF FIJI Arrival From London 16
FIJI'S COST OF LIVING Startling Increase 17
PLAN TO QUICK-FREEZE FISH 17
US BOTANIST IN FIJI 17
Advertising 17
INEFFICIENT RADIO 18
Advertising 18
MORE STRIKES IN FIJI Result of Rising Costs 18
NEW RESIDENT AGENT FOR MANGAIA 18
Advertising 19
NATIVE SHIP-WORKERS SQUABBLE IN COOK ISLANDS While Labour Politicians Slangwhang Each Other In New Zealand 20 , 22 , 23
Advertising 20 , 21 , 22
NZ Reds Howl At NZ Government Over Cook Is. Events 23 , 24 , 26
Advertising 23 , 24 , 25 , 26
NG Women's Club Celebrate Xmas 26
CRIME IN TONGA 26
MR. WARD AND THE FIJIAN SEAMEN 27
Advertising 27
NEW BISHOP WILL ARRIVE IN BSI IN FEBRUARY 28
Advertising 28
WEATHER STATION AT VILA New Australian Installtion 28
Nauru's Administrator Returns 28
FIJI PIONEERS PASS ON 28
Advertising 29 , 30
Islands Penalised Over Wheat Prices 30
900 Fijian Miners Go On Strike Hold-up Ends When Demands Are Met 30
BISHOP DARNAND Awarded Legion of Honour 30
NEW MILITARY CEMETERY FOR HONIARA 30
Advertising 31
C.S.R. CO'S PAYMENTS TO FIJI SUGAR GROWERS 32
American War Dead Taken Home 32
Advertising 32
FACING THE NEW YEAR IN MORESBY 32 , 33
Advertising 33
Suva's Christmas Heat, Mosquitoes and Colds 33
Death of Fiji Naturalist Mrs. H. B. R. Parham 33
GILBERTESE CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER 33
Strict Quarantine For Young Fiji Travellers 34
"MATUA" STRIKES STORMAND QUARANTINE 34
Advertising 34
PROBLEM OF THE INDIAN IN FIJI 35
Advertising 35
Cocoa Price is All-Time High Good Crop Harvested in W. Samoa 36
Advertising 36
RECOVERY IN THE SOLOMONS Slow and Wearisome Process 36 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATES Value of "Social Medicine" Stressed 38
Advertising 39
VEGETABLE OILS MARKET Review From London 40
FIJI'S GIFT TO THE PRINCESS 40
BOUGAINVILLE AND BUKA NATIVES RAISE £365 FOR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 40
Advertising 40
CASUALTIES AMONG TERRITORIANS Their Contribution To AIF 41
"MATUA'S" RECORD VOYAGE 41
LETTER FROM FIJI INDIAN 41
Fiji Pineapples Unsalable 41
Advertising 41
Future Status Of American Samoa 42
Advertising 42
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 43 , 44
Catching A Swordfish 44 , 45
Tropicalities 45
LADIES DON’T LIKE IT! 46 , 47
This Made Me Laugh 47 , 48
CRABS 48
LAMENT FROM LEVUKA 48
"BULLY PROCTOR" The Story of the Notorious American Blackbirder Told by H. E. L. Friday 49 , 50
QEA's "Old Lady" Retires 50
Short Story: THE FACTUAL FUDDLE 50
NEW BUNGALOW 50 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
HOW SUVA WAS BURNED IN 1843 Tragic Events in Pre-European Fiji 52 , 53 , 54 , 56
Advertising 53 , 54 , 55
QUESTIONS AT TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL 56
THE MONTH IN MORESBY 56 , 57 , 58
Advertising 56 , 57 , 58
DEATH OF MISSIONARY BUILDER IN BUKA 58
Progress of APC Bore 58
FUNCTION TO END APIA GOLFING SEASON 58 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
FIJIAN STUDENTS' SUCCESFUL YEAR 60
"CONTROLLED" LIVING COSTS STILL RISING IN FIJI 60
ST. JOHN AMBULANCE WORK IN FIJI 60
NUTMEGS FROM PAPUA 60
Hallucinations Plus 61
JUDD – COMPTON WEDDING 61
Advertising 61
MAN OVERBOARD! 62
Advertising 62
STORY OF THE "TAGUA" Forgotten Incident of World War I 63
THE ECONOMY OF AN ATOLL 63
Advertising 63
FIJIAN STUDENT'S SUCCESS 64
Advertising 64
ANTONIO THE ROTUMAN MURDERED 64
"PIM" Treads on Indian Toes 64
WILL LIVE IN RABAUL 64
WAGES OF FIJIAN SEAMEN Why and How A Union Was Formed 65
Advertising 65
CUTTER "PAGAN" REACHES AUCKLAND FROM TAHITI 66
MORRIS HEDSTROM 1948 SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 66
Advertising 66
FRENCH SCHOONER IN AUCKLAND FOR REPAIRS 66
PACIFIC CRUISES FOR BUSINESS MEN 66
FIRST ISSUE TOKELAU IS. STAMPS More Revenue for NZ 66
THEY CANT KEEP THEM IN! Too Many Prison Breaks In Tonga 67
NZ'S PACIFIC WARTIME AIR FLEET IS NOW SCRAP 67
Advertising 67
HOTEL LICENSE FOR WAU 68
Advertising 68
Christmas Festivities In Madang 68
NAURU MEMORIAL TO BRAVE PRIEST 68
SOLOMONS AND NEW HEBRIDES Series of Questions in House of Commons Produces on Outline of British Administrative Policy 69 , 70 , 71
Advertising 69 , 70
ERADICATION OF MOSQUITOES 71
AN UNPOPULAR "FEE" 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
NO DIVS. FROM FIJI MINES Two Commonwealth Treasurers Play A Waiting Game 72
DEATH OF MRS. B. PHIBBS 72
GIANT SNAILS Scientists at Work on Most Difficult Problem in New Guinea 73
PRESENTING SVC TROPHIES 73
Advertising 73
BUTTERFLIES WANTED 74
Advertising 74
PUZZLED TONGANS Even There They Are Sick Of Controls 74
On Again – Off Again! Comedy of the New Guinea Meat Embargo 74
FIJI AND AUSTRALIAN BANANAS 74
Advertising 75
N. IRELAND ROAD IN BAD SHAPE 76
Advertising 76
"Incident" In New Guinea Dangers of a Hush-Hush Attitude 76
AUSTRALIA’S UNSUSPECTED ISLANDS EMPIRE 100,000 Acres Available in the New Hebrides 77 , 78
Advertising 77 , 78
REHABILITATION IS DIFFICULT 78 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
MARRIAGE OF WELL-KNOWN SUVA COUPLE 80
Advertising 80 , 81
NZ CHIEFTAINESS'S DAUGHTER AT MAUKE 82
FINSCHHAFEN'S CHRISTMAS 82
Advertising 82
NORFOLK ISLAND NEWS 83
Tahiti "Rebels" Found Not Guilty 83 , 84
Advertising 83 , 84
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 84 , 85 , 86 , 88 , 89
Advertising 85
POPULAR MISSIONARY SAYS GOODBYE TO FIJI 86
Advertising 86 , 87
AIR TRAVELLERS TO NEW GUINEA 88
Advertising 88
SHIP-STEALING ADVENTURERS CONTRACT MALARIA 89
Natives Do Not Like Canberra Rules 89
Americans Out After Pacific Tuna 89
PAPEETE'S MAYOR RE-ELECTED 89
"BOYS IN BOOTS" 89
PROSPEROUS CHRISTMAS FOR W. SAMOANS 89
SAMOAN MURDERER SENTENCED 89
ISLANDS PRODUCE 90
Advertising 90
BUYING PRICES AT SUVA, FIJI, PRODUCE REPORT 90
PRICE OF GOLD 90
COPRA 90
RUBBER 90
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 90
Exchange Rates 90
Advertising 91 , 92

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