Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 6 (18 Jan., 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
Roll of Honour Supplement 3
Death of Mrs. Mollie Lett 3
SUDDEN DEATH OF "PAT" SAVAGE 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Progress of Rehabilitation in Papua- New Guinea 5 , 6
CIVIL LAWS BEING RESTORED 6
Anniversary of Fall of Rabaul Territorians Will Meet at Sydney Cenotaph on Jan. 23 7
CEREMONIES IN RABAUL 7
PACIFIC AIRLINES 7
1,200 NAURUANS STILL MISSING Search Being Made by Australia 7
NEW ADMINISTRATOR AT NORFOLK ISLAND 7
ACTING HEADS OF DEPTS. In New Guinea Administration 7
Memorial Service to NG Invasion Victims 7
NEW INCOME TAXES IN FIJI Rates Are Still Low on Incomes Under £1,000 p.a. 8
PENSIONS FOR DEPENDANTS OF CIVILIANS? 8
SIR ALFRED TURNBULL Knighthood for Samoa's Retiring Administrator 8
Administrator Welcomes Home the Fautaua and Their Wives 8
LIFTING CONTROLS FROM SOLOMONS Official Announcement 9
An Australian "Consul" at Noumea 9
NG CASUALTY LIST Includes 28 Members of NGVR 9
REBUILDING OF RABAUL Much Australian Activity 9
NZ-RAROTONGA AIR MAIL RESUMED 9
THE STONY SILENCE OF CANBERRA Demands for Inquiry Into Rabaul Disaster Ignored by Australian Ministers 10
WIFE OF NG ADMINISTRATOR 10
British Grant of £1,800,000 To Fiji and Western Pacific 10
TROPICALITIES 11
RETIREMENT OF COOK IS. MEDICAL CHIEF Dr. E. P. Ellison's 26 Years' Service 11
AROUND NUKUALOFA DURING THE CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS 12
FIJI GOVERNMENT'S SYDNEY OFFICE IS CLOSED 12
PAGEANTRY IN NUKUALOFA Tongans and Distinguished Guests Celebrate a Century of Unity 13 , 14
Advertising 13 , 14
N. GUINEA CATTLE INDUSTRY May be Re-established: Value of Zebu Strain 15
WHY NOT MANGAIA ARROWROOT? 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
KNIGHTHOOD FOR RATU SUKUNA IS GENERALLY ACCLAIMED 16 , 17
Advertising 17
DEATH OF CAPTAIN "JIMMY" SMITH 18
Rev. Charles Vernier Chosen for Paris 18
MH Scholarship 1 946 Selection 18
Adelaide NG Club Entertain Young Territorianc 18
Advertising 18
FIJI PLANS FOR 1946 Increased Taxation But Decreased Expenditure 19
GOVERNOR ORSELLIAN APPRECIATION 19
Advertising 19
Death of Mrs. H. C. Monckton 20
Advertising 20
US-SHIPS SEARCH FOR CASTAWAYS 20
Fiji Air-Mail Exorbitant Rate Now Reduced 20
Trans-Pacific Flights by ANA 20
Advertising 21 , 22
MEN OF AIB Two Omissions from List 23
SAMOA'S MLC Regrettable Incident at a Public Function 23
Advertising 23
FAR-SEEING NG POLICY PAYS DIVIDENDS Tribute to the Memory of Gen. Wisdom 24
Advertising 24
NGG Await Permission to Resume in N. Guinea 24
Advertising 25
DEATH OF OLD FIJI PLANTER 26
Advertising 26
SAMOA LOOKS AHEAD What is Necessary in the Way of Reforms 26
Future Government of Tropical Islands 27
DEATH OF MRS. ELIZABETH WHIPPY 27
Advertising 27
IMPROVISATION 28
PETROL COSTS INCREASE IN Fiji 28
Advertising 28
F. W. VOELCKER Career of New Administrator of Samoa 28 , 29
Military Medal to Rotuman Soldier 29
LIEUT. ANDRESEN 29
W. SAMOA'S REVITALISED BANANA INDUSTRY 29
Advertising 29 , 30
Home Building in the Pacific Islands: Houses of Metal and Asbestos 30
HISTORY OF NEW GUINEA TIMBERS 30
Advertising 31
THE SCOLIA WASP 32
Advertising 32
ALL-TIME HIGH IN SAMOAN EXPORTS 32
RETURNING HOME 32
Papuan-born Officer's Fine War Record 33
W. SAMOA'S INFANT INDUSTRY Desiccated Coconut 33
Missionary Dies in Sydney 33
Advertising 33
“Pim” Short Story : THE STRANGE CASE OF THE MISSING HOO-HAH 34 , 43
Advertising 34 , 35
KILLED IN ACTION 36 , 37 , 38 , 39 , 40 , 41 , 42
Cook Islanders on the Increase Latest Census Figures 43
Advertising 43
OXFORD IN THE PACIFIC 44
Advertising 44
News of Skipper Carlson, of New Ireland 44
Early Missionary Effort in the Pacific 45 , 46
Advertising 45
PIG-HUNT IN FIJI 46
Advertising 46
Typist in the Tropics 47
PATRIOTS TO VISIT CHINA Nine Invitations to Fiji Chinese 47
Advertising 47
Old Conditions and New Theories in N. Guinea 48
Advertising 48
Mangaia Saw Dollars Once 48
How Territorions Are Losing Rehabilitation Chances 49
HISTORIC FLAG PRESENTED TO FIJIANS 49
NEW DOCKS COMPANY BEING RAISED IN FIJI 49
Advertising 49
"What's in a Name?" Plenty! 50
Advertising 50
VALUE OF DAIRY CATTLE IN TROPICAL ISLANDS Experiences in Fiji and Ceylon 50 , 51
RICE STILL INADEQUATE FOR FIJI DEMANDS 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
MORE DETAILS OF BELL'S LAST JOURNEY 52 , 53
WERE THERE CROCODILES IN FIJI? 53
OIL SEARCH, LTD. 53
RABAUL ELECTRICITY CO. 53
Advertising 53
IS FIJIAN EDUCATION UNREALISTIC? Or a Pattern Which Australia Might Follow in New Guinea? 54 , 55 , 56
Advertising 54 , 55 , 56
Good Record of the "Maclaren King" 56
NUFFIELD SCHOLARSHIP TO FIJI RESIDENT 57
DEATH OF R. S. HAYNES Director of Papuan Apinaipi 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
LAST DAYS IN RABAUL 58 , 59 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
Tourism Goes Into Reverse Mo'orea Methods 60 , 61
The Mystery of Isle d'Croix Did the Japanese Find Treasure There? 61
Advertising 61
EFFECT OF WAR UPON PAPUAN NATIVES Valuable Observations by Veteran Anglican Missionary 62
Advertising 62 , 63
Peace, If is Wonderful! 64
Advertising 64
WHEN "MAIWARA" BECAME "VAN REES" An Amusing Story of the Early Days of World War II 64 , 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
TO LIVE AGAIN! Bulolo Bowling Club Trophy 66
Sydney Welfare Bureau Closes 67
NG Branch of RSSAILA To be Transferred North Soon 67
No Fixed Price For Trees War Damage Commission Decisions 67
PAPEETE WATER SUPPLY POLLUTION 67
Advertising 67
SYDNEY LEGAL FIRM TO SPECIALISE IN NEW GUINEA WORK 68
Advertising 68
RABAUL MYSTERY Why Did RAAF Leave on Jan. 21, 1942, While 300 Civilians Were Sacrificed? 68
THURSDAY ISLAND A WRECK Commission Sent to Investigate 68
CONTINUED EXODUS OF YOUNG PEOPLE FROM SAMOA 68
MORE ABOUT THE AIB 69
ORANGE BLOC CALLS FOR UNITY 69
Advertising 69
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 70
Advertising 70
Pacific Travellers 70 , 71
Advertising 70 , 71 , 72
MEN WANTED FOR TERRITORIES Patrol Officers, Medical Assistants, Etc. 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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