Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 8 (15 Mar., 1946)
Images
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
The Indians in Fiji—ls Reversal of Government Policy Forecast? 5 , 6
TWO TRANS PACIFIC AIRLINES TO OPERATE SOON British Want Nationalisation and Rates-control 6
RABAUL—1946 6
HON. H. L. MURRAY Unexpired Term as Administrator of Papua 7
TRIBUTE TO MURRAY REGIME 7
US Medical School Established in Guam 7
NEW YEAR HONOURS FOR PACIFIC 7
LATE NEWS 7
SECOND WORLD WAR MEMORIAL FOR FIJI 7
PROGRESS OF REHABILITATION IN N. GUINEA AND PAPUA More Civilians Returning, But All Classes Crippled by Lack of Shipping and Labour 8 , 69
A Hint of a Strange Coincidence 9
"YES—WE HAVE NO COPRA!" Australian Bureaucrats' Indifference to Trade 9
New Governor For Tahiti 9
BURNS PHILP (SS) CO., LTD. LAUNCHES HANDY NEW SHIPS AT SUVA 9
TAHITI CLOSED Significant Act Likely to Protect Peoples of Polynesia 10
NEW GUINEA CASUALTY LIST 10
Elected Town Councils For Fiji Result Largely in Indian Hands 10
Fiji's War Effort In Terms of Men 10
DEATH OF HARRY O'KANE 10
"CONFERENCES" Mr. E. J. Ward's Visit to NZ 11
Advertising 11
Hydro-electric Scheme and Land Subdivision Urged For Fiji 11
Robt. Gillespie, Ltd., to Operate All Over S. Pacific 11
PACIFIC ISLANDS YEAR BOOKNEXT EDITION 11
HOW SOLOMONS PLANTERS RETURNED TO THE SOLOMONS They Loaded "Southern Cross" in Sydney and Then Signed on as Crew 12 , 61 , 62
NATIVE LABOUR LAWS Modification Expected in New Guinea 12
FLEET OF FIVE "SMALL" SHIPS FOR WPHC 12
TROPICALITIES 13
"Eddie" as a War-winner Amusing Statement in Wellington, NZ 13
SHANGRILA 14 , 15
Fiji Copra Price Guaranteed British Ministry of Food Will be in the Market Until the End of 1947 15
Food for Britain Depends on Ocean Is. and Nauru 15
Advertising 15 , 16
WILL DEPORTED ENEMY ALIENS RETURN TO NEW GUINEA? Commonwealth Government Has Not Yet Made Up Its Mind 16 , 57
Fiji Refuses Rule-by-Regulotion Fight Against High-handed Government Action 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
AMERICAN EQUIPMENT IN NEW GUINEA WORTH COUNTLESS MILLIONS Australia Wants "Compensation" For Manus Base 18 , 20
Advertising 18 , 19 , 20
PACIFIC SHIPPING WAR? Interesting Report From Tahiti 20
Advertising 20
Brass-hats Blunder Captain J. J. Murphy Honourably Acquitted of Treason Charge 20
"Blue" Allen Leaves the PIR Australia Wanted His Job For a Staff Man 21
Advertising 21
SPARE COPIES OF "ROLL OF HONOUR" 22
Advertising 22
LESS EXPERIMENTATION WANTED IN FIJI AGRICULTURE Unofficial Members of Council Demand Positive Action 22
BRAIN STORM . . . . 23
Stevenson Relics lost in New-|re|and 23
Advertising 23 , 24
Alarming TB Incidence In P. Moresby Hanuabada Village a Plague Spot 25
WELL-KNOWN LEVUKA HOSTESS 25
Advertising 25
US PLANE CRASHES IN FIJI 26
Advertising 26
Communist Busy in the Solomons Extraordinary Story of Native Unrest 26
Geo. Aumuller Bock in Pt. Moresby E. J. Frame in Bad Accident in Lae 26
Secondary Industries in Netherlands Indies 27
Advertising 27 , 28
UNO Trusteeship for W. Samoa But New Zealand Expects to Continue to Administer the Territory. 29
Trans-Pacific by Skymaster In Thirty-nine Hours 29
Advertising 29
YOU WOULDN'T KNOW THE OLD TOWN NOW! Moresby's War-wonders Have Departed 30
Advertising 30
FOR WHICH THEY FOUGHT 30
Trade's Tale: LOVE IS BLIND 31
Advertising 31
Hurricane: A Near Miss Heavy Rains in NE Districts of Fiji 32
JUBILEE OF POPULAR PRIEST 32
Advertising 32
NZ Benefits From Samoa's War-time Dollars 32
Rarotongan "Nuku" 32
Servicemen—Grow Bananas In Sunny Fiji! New Blood Needed in the Industry 33
HONIARA Absence of Port Resented by BSI People 33
Advertising 33
THE STORY OF RABAUL Thirty-five Years a South Seas Storm Centre 34 , 35
Advertising 34
ANOTHER ANTI-MALARIA DRUG 35
Advertising 35
“PIM” Short Story: OYSTERS AND THE LAW 36 , 37
Advertising 36
FIJI BUILDS MOBILE CLINIC FOR TONGA 37
Advertising 37
Where Australia's Money Went Construction of "Brass-hats' Shangri-La," Behind Pt. Moresby 38
Fijians Growing Individualism A Headache for Rehabilitation Board 38
Advertising 38
Orderly Tahiti Memories of Ships, Honky-tonks and the Yacht Club 38
Do Mosquitoes Bother You? Remedies—Scientific and Otherwise 39
DEATH OF FIJI PIONEER Mrs. F. M. Conrody 39
Advertising 39
JAP CEREMONY TO AUSTRALIAN DEAD Extraordinary Episode Near Rabaul in 1942 40
Advertising 40
Indonesia and New Guinea 41 , 42
Advertising 41
LEVUKA'S WIRELESS SCHOOL 42
Tourist: Stay Away From My Door! Tahiti Correspondent's Warnings Taken to Heart 42
Advertising 42
THE UNLUCKY "GLIDE" Tale of an Early Shipwreck in Fiji 43 , 44 , 45
Advertising 43 , 44
FIJI IRON ORE DEPOSITS TO BE SURVEYED 45
Markham Returns To His Ruined Plantation 45
FIJI WAR LOAN CLOSES 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
Treasure Trove On Mangaia 46
Advertising 46
SAM MILLAR TELLS A STORY 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
"COHABITING" Ridiculous and Archaic Cook Island Law Should be Thrown Out 48
TWO NEW INTER-ISLAND BOATS BUILT IN SUVA 48
Capt. Cambridge Will Bring "Tahitienne" Home 49
The "Dreaded" Duk-Duk 49
Advertising 49 , 50
WORLD COPRA SITUATION REVIEWED London Association Fears Further Period of Government Control 50 , 51
MATSON LINER FOR SUVA Relief for Overseas Travellers 51
STRANGE NATIVE DISEASE 51
Advertising 51
"BULOLO" 52 , 54
Advertising 52 , 53 , 54
NEW CALEDONIA—AERIAL CROSSROADS OF THE PACIFIC 54 , 55
ESCAPE FROM RABAUL AWA Men Who Got Away 55 , 56
Advertising 55
"NEW GUINEA 'CHERRIES' CAUSED BLINDNESS" 56
Advertising 56
Cyclones—Enemy of Pearling Fleets 56
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY No.n 5 of 1945 56
Lutheran Internees Who Wish to Return 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
Indians Demand Nationalisation of Sugar Industry But Hands Off Transportation! 58 , 59
SOLOMONS GOLD? May Affect Future of Honiara 59
Advertising 59 , 60 , 61
Waltzed With the Princess! 62
Advertising 62
How Chinese Fared In Occupied Rabaui Kwong Chong Brothers Murdered by Japs 62
SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. "TOM" TARGETT 62
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
Pacific Travellers 64 , 65 , 66
Advertising 64 , 65
Snapshots of Bulolo Children Available 66
MV "Polynesian" Breaks Down Off NSW Coast 66
Answers to Correspondents 66
Advertising 66 , 67
ISLANDS PRODUCE 68
Advertising 68
FIJI BUYING PRICES 68
PRICE OF GOLD 68
COPRA 68
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 68
RUBBER 68
Exchange Rates 68
School For NG Cadet Patrol Officers 69
Death of Widow of Missing Territorian 69
ROLL OF NGVR WANTED Australian Army Bureaucrats Will Not Help 70
Territories Talk-talk 70
ROAD TO LAPPA-PAI VILLAGE 70
Advertising 71 , 72

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