Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 4 (19 Nov., 1945)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
M. I. Harper Receives a Second US Decoration 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Territorians Give Welcome to "The Future Prime Minister of Australia"! 5 , 6
J. J. MURPHY CHARGED WITH TREACHERY 6
NEW HOME FOR OCEAN ISLANDERS Transfer to Rabi, in Fiji 6
DEATH OF MR GEORGE WATKINS 6
ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW 6
RABAUL—1945 6
Pacific Islands Roll of Honour Lists in a Special Supplement in December 6
To Resume Private Practice 6
TONGANS WILL CELEBRATE Centenary of George Tupou I 7
Qantas Runs Survey Flights to Noumea-Fiji 7
Memorial Service in Sydney 7
SAMOAN CHIEFS Official Visit to NZ 7
COPRA Possibility of a New Industry 7
FATE OF OCEAN ISLANDERS 100 Reported Murdered 8
COME THE REVOLUTION! Indians Arm—For What? 8
BOWLING AT BA 8
Ward: "Future Prime Minister of Australia" New Administrator Startles Port Moresby 9
Chaos in Territories Effect of October 15 9
NEW ADMINISTRATION IN TERRITORIES Ward's Labour Laws Create Industrial Chaos 9
The State of the Territories at Present 9 , 10
Chaos and Confusion in Industry 10
GOVERNOR OF FIJI VISITS AUSTRALIA 10
Where the Blame Really Lies "Look Among the Brass-hats" 10
NEW GUINEA’S 250 MISSING CIVILIANS 175 Women Widowed by Rabaul Disaster 11
Further Information Brought From Rabaul 11 , 12 , 13
Advertising 11 , 13 , 14
TROPICALITIES 14 , 15
Carolines May be Next "Utopia" Will Tahiti be Supplanted? 15
Advertising 15 , 16
HOW RABAUL'S CIVILIANS MET THEIR FATE 17 , 18 , 19 , 21
Advertising 17 , 18 , 19 , 20
MAGNETIC RE-SURVEY IN SAMOA 21
FIJI'S MAIL AND PASSENGER SERVICES 21
AS IT WAS 21
Advertising 21 , 22
SOMETHING BREWING IN THE CANEFIELDS Fiji Indians Still Dissatisfied 23
Advertising 23
NOTES FROM NEW GUINEA 24
Advertising 24
Effort to Restore Discipline to PI Regiment Colonel "Blue" Allen Sent to Take Charge 24
MALARIAL MEANDERINGS 25 , 26
Advertising 25 , 26
NOTES FROM ROTUMA 26
W. SAMOA AND SELF-GOVERNMENT Plan For the Education of Youth 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
LABOUR PROBLEM IN SAMOA Chinese Go—But Samoans Become Good Cocoa- Planters 28 , 29
NOTABLE NMP'S Award of "PIM" Annual Prize 29
Koitaki Rubber Closes Down Effect of Ward's Decree 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
NEED FOR WISE LEADERS French Oceania and Rev. Charles Vernier 30
The New Administrator of Western Samoa 30
OBE FOR QUEEN SALOTE 30
PERMITS GO Fiji Travel Restrictions 31
SERVICE PLANE AT AITUTAKI 31
Advertising 31
Sawmilling Industry in New Guinea 32
Advertising 32
ROBERT GIBBINGS Famous Illustrator-Author Goes to Samoa 32
RECOGNITION OF BRAVERY OF FIJI GIRL 32
NZ AFTER PACIFIC TRADE New Shipping and Air Lines Planned 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
NEWS SOUGHT OF F/O MASON 34
WANTED: A DENTIST 34
PRAYER IN 33 LANGUAGES 34
HERE AND THERE IN VITI LEVU 35 , 36 , 37 , 38
Advertising 35 , 36 , 37 , 38
N. GUINEA TIMBER Scientific Gathering of Data 38
Experiment in Administration 38
TERRITORIES MEN Distinguished Service in Famous "Hush-Hush" Unit 38
Advertising 39
PACIFIC WIRELESS SERVICES RESTORED 40
Advertising 40
Rev. James Benson’s Experiences as Prisoner of Japs in Rabaul 40 , 41
BA, BOWLING – AND BEER! A Day Out With the Lads from Vatukoula 41 , 42
Advertising 41
CLEM KIRKE GOES TO MALAYA 42
Advertising 42
Remarkable Record of Secret Service Unit in South Pacific War 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
WORLD-TRAVELLING WASPS 44
HAS THE ROT SET IN? May be Lean Months Ahead for Fiji Indians 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
REEF TRAGEDY What Happened to a Fijian Turtle- Hunter 46
YOUNG COCOA PLANTATIONS Survive Three Years' Invasion in New Guinea 46
Advertising 47
ESCAPE FROM RABAUL Jim Peterson's Account of Tol Massacre 48 , 50
Advertising 48 , 49 , 50
CROWDED TAHITI Increased Population Brings New Problems of Housing and Water 50
A ROUGH ROAD TO OLD LEVUKA Some New Angles on Old Problems 51 , 52 , 53 , 54
Advertising 51 , 52 , 53 , 54
Warm Praise For PTA 54
Death of Mr. V. B. Rippingale 54
Mr. Ward’s “Socialistic Toy” 55
Advertising 55
NAURU UNDER THE JAPANESE 56
Advertising 56
ON NAURU 56
Future Policy in French Colonies 56
M. O. F. But "Matua" Does a Good Job 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
MELB. NG ASSOCIATION ENTERS FOURTH YEAR 58
MISSIONARIES RETURN TO THE SOLOMONS 58
BUILD ROADS! Sound Advice From New Guinea 59
Price of Seychelles Copra 59
Polynesian club of Sydney 59
Advertising 59
SYDNEY NG WOMEN'S CLUB REHABILITATION FUND 60
COST OF AUSTRALIA'S TERRITORIES 60
Advertising 60
COHEN'S WALKING STICK Sad Sequel to Amusing Incident of Ward's Territories Tour 60 , 61
Islands Church Criticised 61
Advertising 61
Servicemen Seek a Refuge in the Islands 62
SIDELIGHTS ON PACIFIC WAR 62
Advertising 62
Opportunities in the Pacific Islands 63
Advertising 63
NEW PUBLIC SERVICE IN N. GUINEA Many "Old Hands" in the New Set-up 64
Advertising 64
Discontent in Territories' New Service 64
BETTER PRICES FOR COOK ISLANDS 64
FUTURE OF THE SOLOMONS New Roads and Ports 65
NEWS OF CHARLES MUNSTER WANTED 65
DELAYED PAY-OUT 65
Advertising 65
How Evacuees Are Treated by Australia's Officials 66
Advertising 66
"BULAMAKAU" A Tongan Origin Claimed 66
FILE OF “PIM" AVAILABLE 66
DEATH OF LOUIS ROGERS, OF LAMI, FIJI 66
HODGESS, LM Planter's Good Work in the Solomons 67
"Shangri-La" is Archbold's "Grand Valley" 67
Advertising 67
"Civilians Could Have Been Saved" Rabaul Survivor Tells of Appeal to Canberra 68
Advertising 68
DEATH OF MRS. PARKINSON AND MRS. SCHULTZE Memories of “Queen Emma" 68
NEW SUVA FACTORY NEARLY COMPLETED 68
RAROTONGA'S WAR SERVICE 68
British Warship in Central Pacific 68 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
Radio Men's Part in the Pacific War 70
CAPT. J. H. EDWARDS, MC, DCM, MM 70
SOLOMON ISLANDS ESTATE 70
Is There Danger of a Post-war Flare-up Among New Guinea Natives? 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
TOPSOIL THEORY Methods of Retaining Fertility 72
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 73
PACIFIC travellers 73
Advertising 73
ISLANDS PRODUCE 74
FIJI BUYING PRICES 74
PRICE OF GOLD 74
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 74
Exchange Rates 74
Australian Short Wave Broadcast 74
Advertising 75 , 76

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