Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 1 (17 Aug., 1945)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
HIGHLIGHTS IN THE PACIFIC WAR 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
SAFE AND WELL IN JAPAN 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Private Enterprise—Flourishing in Central Pacific But Murdered in the West 5 , 6
BIG FIRMS NEXT? Mr. Ward Still Out After "Exploiters" 6
PEACE CELEBRATION FOR TERRITORIAL 6
GREAT WHITE CHIEF 6
AIRWAYS IN PACIFIC Big Developments Afoot 7
New Chief Justice Arrives in Suva Sir Claude Seton 7
WAR GRATUITIES FOR FUZZY-WUZZIES 7
DEATH OF CI RESIDENT AGENT 7
Awards to Territorians Lieuts. Stokie and Gilmour 7
NEW CHURCH FOR NUKUALOFA 7
LATEST CABINET DECISIONS ON N. GUINEA SET-UP Control Board to Continue Stranglehold 8
TONGA HONOURS SIR MAYNARD AND LADY HEDSTROM 8
COPRA MILL Being Erected by Carpenters in Suva 8
Sudden Death of R. H. Brown W. Samoa Loses Leading Citizen 9
Four Times "Mentioned" 9
High British Official On Central Pacific Inspection 9
PACIFIC SHIPPING LINES Plan for New Services by a NZ Company 9
NATURAL CEMENT? Rock Being Investigated in Fiji 9
PARTY FOR HEAD OF TAHITI FAMILY 9
NEW DEAL OR MIS-DEAL? Papua-N. Guinea Provisional Administration Bill Passed by Both Houses 10 , 48 , 49 , 50
PASSED IN SENATE 10
TROPICALITIES 11
Advertising 11 , 12
PAPUA-N. GUINEA BILL PUTS TERRITORIAL ON THE SPOT But Debate Provides Parliamentarians With An Opportunity for Slander 12 , 13 , 14
N. GUINEA CWA DANCE 12
Advertising 13 , 14
Vigorous Protest by N. Guinea RSSAILA Demands Apology for Bryson's Slander of NG Men 14 , 15
AUSTRALIAN APPOINTED HEAD OF VACUUM OIL 15
FIJI MEN IN THE RAN 15
Advertising 15
CSR CO. NOT A ROBBER IN FIJI Shephard Report Clarifies 1943 Trouble With Indians 16
Advertising 16
BSI Resident Mentioned in Despatches 16
Advertising 16
CAT'S-EYE GOLD FOR FIJI Indian Traders Clean Up Many Fortunes 17
Now in Business in Sydney Mr. W. Keith, Former Executive of BP's, Robaul 17
SIR ROBERT GILLESPIE, DEAD IN SYDNEY 17
Advertising 17 , 18
POLYNESIAN NMP's Quotas Nearly Filled by the Suva School 18
Advertising 18
Fiji Indians' Staple Foods in Short Supply Drastic Order to Conserve Rice 19
CENSUS TO BE TAKEN IN W. SAMOA 19
Advertising 19 , 20
ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SERVICE W. Samoa Celebrates Centenary of Catholic Mission and Bishop Demand's Jubilee 20 , 21
AWARDED DSC OF TWO NATIONS 21
Advertising 21 , 22
BROADCASTS FOR PAPUANS Good Work Through 9PA 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
SCHOLARSHIP FOR YOUNG TERRITORIAN 24
RECRUITS FOR COLONIAL SERVICE New Conditions Issued 24
DEATH OF SUVA'S OLDEST INHABITANT 24
Advertising 24
"ORANGE ISLAND" BLOC URGED Makea and Other Rarotongan Leaders Visit Mangaia 25
WORLDS BIGGEST ISLANDS 25
Advertising 25
A DUTCHMAN'S ONE-MAN WAR ON GUADALCANAL 26
Advertising 26
New Members Needed For PI Society President Reports at Annual Meeting 27
Advertising 27
IN DEFENCE OF PIDGIN-ENGLISH History of its Adoption by the N. Guinea Catholic Mission 28 , 29
Advertising 28
MISSION'S ACUTE TRANSPORT PROBLEM 29
TWO YOUNG MEN CONVICTED OF MURDER 29
Advertising 29
“Pim” Short Story: THE SHOOT LAMP 30 , 32 , 34
Advertising 30 , 31 , 32 , 33 , 34
FATAL ACCIDENT AT CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS 34
Advertising 34
In the Tradition of Hollywood "Armed" Hold-up in Apia 35
Advertising 35
FIJI RESIDENT KILLED AT BALIKPAPAN 36
Advertising 36
DESECRATION OF PAPEETE BEAUTY SPOT 36
Advertising 36
FOUR YEARS AS A ROW Experiences of a Former Fiji Resident 37 , 39
Advertising 37 , 38
"TAGUA" BRINGS NEWS OF SUNDAY IS. 39
STUDENTSHIPS FOR WOULD-BE ANTHROPOLOGISTS 39
A Tropical Moon And a Juke-box 39
Advertising 39
FRANCIS DRAKE OF BOUGAINVILLE STRAITS King Goroi and the First Invasion of Shortlands 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44
Advertising 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44
ENTERING THE FOURTH (PERHAPS LAST) EVACUEE YEAR New Guinea Women's Club Annual Meeting 44 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
NEW GENERAL SECRETARY FOR METHODIST MISSION 46
NZ GOVT. ARRANGES TASMAN PASSAGES FOR FIJI RESIDENTS 47
CANDLE-NUT OIL Interesting Enterprise in Fiji 47
SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. TOM MORRISON 47
Advertising 47 , 48 , 49 , 50
New Policy for French Colonies Announced by Governor of N. Caledonia 50
SERIOUS FLOOD-DAMAGE TO CROPS 50
New Land Regulation For N. Guinea Soldier Settlement Scheme 51
New Australasian Secretary of LMS Arrives 51
Brigadier Cleland Awarded CBE And Liberal Ticket for Fremantle By-election 51
LOCAL BOYS CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING A SMALL GIRL 51
Advertising 51
DAUGHTER OF WELL-KNOWN FIJI FAMILY IS MARRIED 52
Advertising 52
"Colonial Office" Needed Senator's Plan to Cope With Australia's Responsibilities 52
MISS PEGGY GILMOUR MARRIES IN SYDNEY Member of Well-known N. Britain Family 52
REHABILITATION FUND Latest Contributions 53
BSI Native Welfare Discussed Colonial Office Representative at New Capital 53
Advertising 53
NEW TRADING COMPANY IN COOK ISLANDS 54
Advertising 54
FIJI PINEAPPLES CSR Getting Ready to Restore Good Pre-war Industry 54
BIG FIRMS' CHANGES IN SAMOA 54
Plea for New Guinea's Half-castes 55
Advertising 55
FIJI GOVT. WILL STAFF OWN T.B. HOSPITAL 55
DEATH OF PIONEER MISSIONARY Miss Kathleen Deck 55
SOUTH PACIFIC MEDICAL CONFERENCE IN SUVA 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
TAHITI FAMILY GIVES SECOND SON FOR FRANCE 56
Advertising 56
Death of Jean Peyroux One of Rarotonga's Most Picturesque Characters 56
Timber Concessions in Papua and N. Guinea Government Considers Development 57
SOUTH PACIFIC INSURANCE CO., LTD. 57
Mrs. Aileen Taylor Death of Popular N. Guinea Woman in Sydney 57
Advertising 57
ISLANDS PRODUCE 58
FIJI BUYING PRICES 58
PRICE OF GOLD 58
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 58
Exchange Rates 58
Australian Short Wave Broadcast 58
COOK ISLANDS HAVE A HOUSING PROBLEM Health Commission Makes Survey in Rarotonga 59
CEREMONY OFF LEVUKA Friends Scatter Ashes of Late Mark Roebuck 59
US and Island Bases New (Labour) View of Our Allies 59
HOT FROM THE FIGHTING FRONT 59
NEWS OF EX-FIJI FAMILY 59
Advertising 60

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