Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 7 (15 Feb., 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC NEWS-REVIEW 3
Fijian Villages Washed Away 3
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
Territorial and Political Changes Coming in Indonesian and Pacific Territories 5 , 6
TRAGEDY OF OCEAN ISLAND Six Europeans, With Hundreds of Natives, Killed by Japs 7
Raboul Honours Its Dead 8
Civil Government Extended in NG 8
VICTIMS OF JAP INVASION 9
TO INQUIRE INTO FIJI TAXATION Committee Set Up 9
TRANS-PACIFIC AIRWAYS Americans Moving: But British Still Dithering 9
MR. WARD APPEARS IN HIS TRUE COLOURS Effect of Remarkable Demonstration by Territories Public Servants 10
SHIP WITH MEASLES BANNED 10
Advertising 10
Phosphate From Nauru by July 500 Nauruans Still Missing 11
SYDNEY HARBOUR CRUISE FOR TERRITORIAL 11
Advertising 11
TROPICALITIES 12 , 13
Advertising 12
MISSING TERRITORIAN 13
Advertising 13
Polynesian Workers Make Big Demands Repercussions From Labourites' Howling About Makatca 14
Advertising 14
We Wonder Why . . . 14
DEATH OF WELL-KNOWN MOROBE WOMAN 14
Advertising 15
MAKEA ARIKI-NUI MARRIED 16
Advertising 16
BLASTS BY ATOMIC BOMBS May Do Damage Among the Atolls 16
Advertising 16
FIJI COPRA GOES UP —And Down! 17
AUSTRALASIAN PETROLEUM TO RESUME IN PAPUA 17
Advertising 17
RABAUL TRAGEDY 18
Advertising 18
DECORATIONS 19
Carpenters' Suva Factory Is Australian News 19
DEATH CERTIFICATES FOR NG INVASION VICTIMS 19
ANOTHER EVACUEE DIES IN AUSTRALIA F. O. Moody of Roboul 19
FISH GIANT FROM FIJI 19
AGITATORS THREATEN AUSTRALIA’S EXPORT TRADE 19
Advertising 20
"BILL" KORN Disappeared in Rabaul in 1944 21
NEW ARCHITECTURAL HORROR IN OCEANIA 21
Advertising 21
TULAGI WEIGHED IN BALANCE AND FOUND WANTING But Bishop Baddeley Sharply Criticises Selection of Honiara as "Capital" of Solomon Islands 22
Advertising 22 , 23
BEER'S ON! Twelve-hours Day Restored in Suva Hotels 24
Advertising 24
TERRITORIANS MARRIED 24
CHINESE PROBLEM IN OCEANIA Could Chinese be Returned to Chino? 24
HOW CAPTAIN JIMMY SMITH KEPT HIS WATCH 24
MOROBE ROAD NG Government Demands Toll, Although It Has Taken Nearly One Million Pounds in Road Tax. 25
ANGLICAN SYNOD MEETS IN SUVA 25
Advertising 25
THE FIJIAN BECOMES A MINER And a Member of a New Community in the Vatukoulan Valleys 26 , 27
Advertising 26
RABAUL HOLOCAUST Mr. Ward "Has No Objection" to Inquiry 27
RAROTONGA'S NEW HOSPITAL 28
Advertising 28
Dr. Ellison's Work For Islanders Retirement After 20 Years' Service 28
ENGAGED 29
TAHITI LOOKS FORWARD On a Slight Note of Pessimism! 29
WHERE MANGOES ARE STREET REFUSE! 29
Advertising 29 , 30
“PIM” Short Story AN OLD FOOL A Story of Old Samoa told by A.M.G. 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
FIJI'S LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AT WORK FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
Vegetable Production in New Guinea What Was Done by the Australian Army 34
THE ATOMIC BOMB DID IT Sudden Collapse of Japan 35
FUTURE OF TRUK "Bermuda of Pacific"? 35
Advertising 35
"PIM" Editor Not Allowed to Visit Australian Territories 36
CLUB FILLS LONG FELT WANT IN RAROTONGA 36
SOLOMON ISLAND PASTOR IN AUSTRALIA 36
Advertising 36
N. Caledonia Returning to Peacetime Lethargy Departure of the Troops 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
Education Among The Fiji Indians 38
DEATH OF FORMER N. GUINEA CUSTOMS CHIEF 38
PHANTASY AND FARCE 39
Bureaucratic System in Cook Islands 39
Advertising 39
CINCHONA PLANTATION IN NEW GUINEA 40
Advertising 40
Trader’s Tale: Drinks on the House 40 , 41
Future of Papuo-New Guinea 41
HOUSE SHORTAGE IN TAHITI 41
Advertising 41 , 42
FORETELLERS OF SHIPS 42
SLOW PROGRESS IN N. GUINEA GOLDFIELD Effect of Eddie Ward on Territory's Rehabilitation 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
BISHOP WADE REBUILDS HIS MISSION 44
TWENTY-ONE 44
THE STORY OF RABAUL Thirty-five Years a South Seas Storm Centre 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
Disillusioned Tourists Depart on An Unsavoury Ship 47
AMERICA, INDIA AND THE PHILIPPINES 47
Advertising 47
GOVERNOR'S ABSENCE FROM FRENCH OCEANIA 48
RESUMING PRACTICE IN P. MORESBY 48
Advertising 48
INSIDE STORY OF AIB Functions and Exploits of the Famous "Hush-Hush" Unit 48 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
NEW PUBLIC BUILDING ON TAHITI 50
NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS 51
DEATH OF JOHN LARSEN, OF PAPEETE 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
IRONY: A True Story of Old Fiji 52 , 53 , 54
Advertising 53
TORRES STRAIT PEARLS Memories of James Clark 54
Advertising 54
FIJI WRITER-PLANTER 54
Restocking New Guinea Hints to Would-be Cattlemen 55
Omar Awakes 55
SYDNEY WEDDING FOR MADANG RESIDENT 55
Advertising 55
SOME ADVICE TO TOURISTS To Avoid Vulgarity in the South Seas 56
Advertising 56
Blackbirding Story of Old Tonga 56
FUTURE OF MANUS BASE An Australian General Speaks His Piece 57
SUGAR PLANTATION ON TAHITI SOLD 57
Advertising 57 , 58
AMBON'S PLACE IN WESTERN PACIFIC HISTORY Link Between Dutch and British Extends Over Four Centuries 59
Advertising 59
MORE SHIPS FOR TAHITI But European Visitors Not Wanted 60
Advertising 60
The Bonins Jop Base That May Now be American 60
HEAVY RAINS IN FRENCH OCEANIA 60
Advertising 61
VALUE OF THE FRANC Effect of New Exchange on Colonial Pacific Trade 62
Advertising 62
1,000 AUSTRALIANS SACRIFICED Unnecessary Jungle Campaigns in NG 62
STORM DAMAGE IN COOK IS. Orange Crop Severely Damaged 63
CIVIL AFFAIRS SCHOOL TO CLOSE 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
Territories May Seek "Ward Damage" Compensation 64
Court-martial of AIB Officer 64
Advertising 64
STRONG CRITICISM OF SOLOMONS ADMINISTRATION Indifference Towards Plight of the Displaced Planters 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
MOROBE WARRIORS 66
Laws of New Guinea and Papua An Invaluable Consolidation 66
PENSIONS FOR CIVILIANS Dependants of Men Lost in Aust. Territories 67
CLIMBING MT. BALBI Not Accomplished by Australian Sergeant 67
The Simple Life on Tahiti 67
Advertising 67
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 68
Advertising 68
Pacific Travellers 68 , 69
Advertising 69
ISLANDS PRODUCE 70
Advertising 70
FIJI BUYING PRICES 70
PRICE OF GOLD 70
COPRA 70
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 70
RUBBER 70
Exchange Rates 70
Advertising 71 , 72

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