Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XIX, No. 2 ( Sep. 1, 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
The Tragedy of the Fixed-Income Man in the Tropical Islands 7 , 8
Fixed Copra Price Proposed British Offer To Fiji 8
LABOUR RELATIONS OFFICERS 8
PRE-SCHOOL PLAY CENTRE 8
NG Women’s Club of Sydney 8
NOTES FROM DARU 8
APIA RADIO NOW PART OF SAMOAN LIFE 8
W. SAMOA’S PREMIER FOOTBALLERS 8
No Word Recently of Timber Case Hearing 9
Aorangi Fares Are Raised 25 Per Cent 9
SUVA WELCOMES AORANGI 9
MELANESIAN MISSION OFFICE MAY LEAVE SYDNEY 9
REPORT OF A VIOLENT EARTHQUAKE 9
Ragnar Hyne Now a Supreme Court Judge 9
"BULOLO" PASSENGERS 9
From Notes Made In Fiji and Norfolk Is. 10 , 83 , 85 , 86 , 88 , 89
KPM Ship to Call at Moresby Welcome Return of Dutch Line To Island Trade 11
Waste of Funds Alleged Size of SPG Party in Suva and Noumea 11
BULOLO DELAYED Bad Conditions In New Guinea Ports 11
DEATH OF MRS. MARIA WHIPPY 11
UN Children’s Appeal 11
BGD Production 11
TRAVELLED BY "BULOLO" 11
NEW ZEALAND’S NEW EXCHANGE CAUSES STIR IN S. PACIFIC Variations In £’s and Francs Provide Plenty of Headaches 12
Emergency Bill To Stop Speculation In Fiji 12
Plane Fares Rise Sharply 12
Fiji Traders Urge Sterling Parity But Gov’t. Refuses 12 , 13
HONGKONG MAY LEAVE STERLING AREA 13
‘JOHN WILLIAMS VI’ DUE IN NOVEMBER 13
Advertising 14
WHO WILL DIRECT THE SPC? Speculation About Pending Appointments 15
PAPUA-N. GUINEA DEBATE AWAITED 15
FIJI AIRPORT Decision Likely This Month 15
MORE "BULOLO" PASSENGERS 15
Advertising 16
CORRECTION An Incident In Samoa 17
Australasian Petroleum Company Pty. Ltd. 17
NOUMEA-N. HEBRIDES SERVICE RESUMED 17
Advertising 17
Papua-New Guinea Has a Holiday on September 13 18
Advertising 18
Air Services For New Hebrides—Solomons 18
NEW GUINEA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 18
Advertising 19
NG COPRA Australian Racket Against Planters 20
Advertising 20
SAMOANS URGED TO PRODUCE MORE 20
Advertising 21 , 22
PAPUA N. GUINEA UNION Bill Before Australian Parliament This Month 23
NEW GUINEA PLANTATION FOR SALE 23
Winners of Competition For New Fiji Stamps 23
Advertising 23
DEATHS IN WESTERN SAMOA 24
Advertising 24
Goodbye, Montoro! Old Steamer Sold To Asiatic Interests 24
BULOLO WELCOMED IN THE TERRITORIES Dismal Greeting In Port Moresby 25
Advertising 25
PINEAPPLE GUP 26
Advertising 26
High US Official Tours South Pacific 26
Presbyterian Mission of New Hebrides Independent Church Formed 26 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
FROM PRIEST TO BISHOP IN FIVE YEARS 28
New Mining Operations In Morobe 28
WHY PACIFIC ISLANDERS ARE BARRED FROM AUSTRALIA Immigration Minister Presents Some Forgotten History 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
IMPASSE! Labour Delegation Fails To Settle Cook Is. Dispute 31
Advertising 31 , 32
DEATH OF MR. L. L. F. REX 33
NEW GUINEA CONDITIONS CRITICISED 33
MAJOR ROBERT DUNCAN PASSES 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
Sandy Creek In Production 34
A NEW CONSTITUTION FOR FIJI Questions In The Commons 34
SMALL KORO SETTLES IN N. HEBRIDES 34
Advertising 35
Awahou Offered For Sale 36
Advertising 36
DEATH OF MR. SYDNEY YOUNG 36
Third Judge For Papua-New Guinea 36
Resignation of Mr. F. V. Miller 36
AORANGI AND BULOLO Resume Pacific Schedules After Seven Years 37
SUVA’S TRIAL BUS SERVICE IMPROVED 37
Advertising 37 , 38
HQrs For S. Pacific Commission Committee’s Inquiries In Suva And Noumea 38
LEVUKA MAKES TWO REQUESTS 38
RAMIE PROCESS MAY BE LOST TO N. GUINEA 38
Woven Wire Price In New Guinea 38
POLIO FARCE IN SAMOA What Travellers Have To Endure 39 , 41
Advertising 39 , 40
Daughter of Samoan Leader Marries 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
MILLIONS ‘METED’ American Installations At Manus 42
HOW JAPS CULTIVATED THE PAW-PAW 42
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 43
PACIFIG TRAVELLERS 43
Fiji's first Governor dealt with Fiji's last cannibal 44
Manawai Lagoon 44
Tropicalities 45
WHEN KING MET KING 46
Alcoholic Pranks In New Guinea Some Anecdotes by D. R. Weir 46 , 47
PACIFIC NATURE NOTES Written for "PIM" by Charles Barrett, FRZS 47
“BULLY” PROCTOR Blackbirder Who Tried to Be King of Futuna 48
Short Story A Nunu-Penni And A Tralala 48 , 49
DAMAGED IN TRANSIT 49
SERVICE SECTION DO YOU WANT A FLAT IN SYDNEY? 50
Advertising 50
DOLLARS FOR TORRES ISLAND PEARL SHELL Trochus Still Far Below Pre-War Value 50
Plans For Lae’s New Wharf Approved 50
AORANGI TAKES FIJI BANANAS TO CANADA 50
SUVA YACHT CLUB’S NEW HEADQUARTERS 50
Advertising 51 , 52
PHOSPHATE Little-Known Deposits on N.G. Islands 52 , 53
Advertising 53 , 54
QUARTER MILLION INDIANS BY 1967 Population Trends in Fiji 54
NEW HEBRIDES FOOD FOR BRITAIN DRIVE 54
SOME NOW UNCENSORED HISTORY How Australia Helped De Gaullists To Hold New caledonia 55 , 57
Advertising 55 , 56
KAVA CEREMONY IN POLYNESIA 57
Advertising 57 , 58
AMERICANS IN THE HEBRIDES 59
SCIENTISTS FOR NEW GUINEA 59
SAVING FIJIAN BABIES 59
Sidelight on Fiji’s Liquor Problem 59
Advertising 59 , 60
WHEN CAKOBAU WAS KING OF FIJI Told By THOMAS HORNE, Who, as a Child Knew Many of The Famous Native Characters He Describes 60 , 62 , 63
Advertising 61 , 62 , 63 , 64
Big Day For Mangaia Vice-Regal Visit To Outpost 65
DEATH OF MR. L. S. LAZARUS, OF SUVA 65
Fiji Indians Celebrate National Day 65
EMERGENCY LANDING ON ATOLL 65
Advertising 65 , 66
Shortage of Mission Staff Hampers Methodist Effort in BSI 66
Death of Miss Ruby Sturt 66
Memorial Service For Papuan Missionaries 66
Advertising 67 , 68
CAN A SEA CAPTAIN PERFORM MARRIAGES Early Lord Howe Marriages Suggest That He Can 68
Film-Makers Need Patience in Fiji 69
DEATH OF W, SAMOAN RESIDENT 69
Advertising 69 , 70
New Guinea Timber The Headache In Another Form 70
REV. FR. DEIHL RETIRES Esteemed Missionary Leaves Samoa 70
AIR SERVICE FOR CENTRAL N. GUINEA 70
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
Sydney-NZ-Piji-Hawaii-Nth. America 72
AIR SERVICES 72 , 73 , 75 , 76 , 77
Advertising 73 , 74 , 75 , 76 , 77
STEPHENS-AXAM WEDDING IN SANTO 77
Advertising 78
THE PACIFIC ISLANDS SOCIETY 78
Morobe Citizens’ Associations Meet 78
MADANG NEWSLETTER 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80 , 81 , 82
NEW GUINEA WOMEN’S ASSN. OF MELBOURNE 82
NEW GUINEA SCHOLARSHIP FUND 82
Advertising 83 , 84 , 85 , 86 , 87 , 88
NEW GOVERNMENT STATION IN N. GUINEA 89
MARKHAM BRIDGE Plans for Quarter Million Structure 89
Advertising 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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