Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 9 (16 Apr., 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7
ADVERTISERS 8
Contents 8
Advertising 8
Pacific Islands Monthly 9
Events in Micronesia: Pacific Ocean Now a Vast Anglo-American Lake 9 , 10
£1,500,000! Estimated Damage at Thursday Island 10
SURPLUS GOODS Plan to Give Territorians Priority in Buying 11
2,000 MORE INDIANS NOW! Fijians Have Come a Bad Second in Birth-rate Race in Last Decade. 11
Samoa Welcomes New Administrator 11
Gloucester Visit Norfolk Island 11
CONDITIONS IMPROVING IN N. GUINEA AND PAPUA Absence of Shipping and Labour Are Main Problems of Returning Europeans 12 , 60 , 61
To See How Fiji Indians Live Visit by High Commissioner for India 12
RE-ESTABLISHING FUZZYWUZZY 12
SOUVENIR 12
Mekeo Boys at Luncheon! Official Incident Which Startled Old Hands of Two Territories 13
Pan-Air's Plans Almost Complete 13
PAPUAN RESIDENT MARRIES IN SYDNEY 13
Extraordinary Run of Bad Luck "Southern Cross" on Queensland Coast 13
NEW OFFICERS FOR MELBOURNE NG ASSOCIATION 13 , 14
Advertising 14
TERRITORIANS RETURNING "Ormiston" Carries Large Number to Papua and New Guinea 14 , 55 , 57
New Guinea Under Trusteeship Explanation by Australian Minister Evatt 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
TOURIST HOUSE FOR NUKUALOFA 16
SCRUB TYPHUS Doctor's Grove Warning to Returning Territorians 16
PACIFIC STUDENTS 'PREJUDICE' NZ-ERS CHANCES 16
Advertising 17
WEDDING OF RABAUL INTEREST 18
When Worried Tired,Sleepless AND YOU FEEL RUN-DOWN 18
Advertising 18
MRS. BAKER OF WITU Why is She Not Allowed to Return? 18
AN MP's APPOINTMENT TO NORFOLK ISLAND 18
PTA CAN DO NO MORE IN AUSTRALIA Executive Will Move North in May 19 , 20 , 21 , 47
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21 , 22
TARAWA FLAG FOR US NAVAL ACADEMY Presentation of Union Jack by Col, Fox-Strangways 23
SEAMEN'S INSTITUTE FOR PORT OF SUVA 23
Advertising 23
VITI LEVU'S WET “WET” 24
Advertising 24
NEW GUINEA BALANCE SHEET London Colonial Expert Endorses Mr. Ward's Policy for the Territories 24 , 25
N. GUINEA GERMAN RESIDENTS Released From Tatura 25
Advertising 25 , 26
To Help Savages Become Surgeons Add a MacGregor Memorial Wing to Suva Medical School for New Guinea Natives. 27
THE "NUKINEO"- AN INCIDENT OF 1942 27
Advertising 27
CENSORED! "PIM" Editor Tells Funny Story of March, 1942 28 , 29
Advertising 28
Morris Hedstrom Preferences To Get Full 6 Per Cent. 29
ABNORMAL WET SEASON IN W. SAMOA 29
Advertising 29
SUBDIVISION OF REPARATION ESTATES URGED 30
Advertising 30
22% INCREASE Preliminary Census Figures Recently Issued in W. Samoa Show Upward Trend Over 10- Year Period. 30
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories' Talk-talk 31
DIGGER FROM POLYNESIA 31
MONEY-MAKING ISLETS OF MALAITA 32
TROPICALITIES 33
THE STORY OF RABAUL Thirty-five Years a South Seas Storm Centre 34 , 35
THE THREE STAGES OF SOPHISTICATION 35
“GAPPY” How Captain Fitch Fought Looters, Bureaucrats and Disruption and Saved Steamships Trading Co., Ltd. 36 , 37
BY ROYAL PLANE 37
JOHNNY FRISBIE ENTERS THE WRITING BUSINESS 37
Easter Story: THE CHARACTER OF A HOT CROSS BUN 38
COOK ISLAND MEDICINE-MAN 38
THE MAN WHO GAVE HIS NAME TO TOWNSVILLE And Introduced Native Labour to Australia 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
GOOD PRICES FOR SAMOAN PRODUCE 40
NEW BRITAIN 60 YEARS AGO 40
Mr. Ward and Press Criticism 41
WAR AGAINST MOSQUITOES 41
Advertising 41
Young Australia Returns to the Sepik 42
Advertising 42
CORRECTIONS TO HONOUR ROLL 42
HISTORY OF FIXED COPRA PRICES IN FIJI Average Since 1941 is Over £20 Per Ton in Australian Currency 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
W. SAMOA MANUFACTURES "BANANA-FIGS" 44
OLD FIJI RESIDENTS PASS ON 44
The Scolia Wasp How It Helps to Control the Rhinoceros Beetle 45
KEEPING THE RHINOCEROS BEETLE OUT OF FIJI 45
NORTH BORNEO Some Changes Suggested 45
Advertising 45
RADIO-OPERATOR HEROINE OF THE S-W PACIFIC 46
Advertising 46
BIRDLESS MANGAIA 46
INTERESTING VISITORS TO RAROTONGA'S CLUB 46
MR. P. COSTELLO GUEST AT PTA MEETING 47
UNLAWFUL! 47
Advertising 47
PROPOSED NEW CALENDAR World Move to Get Rid of Absurdities in Present Arrangement of Year 48 , 49
Advertising 48 , 49
DEATH OF SAMOA'S OLDEST GERMAN RESIDENT 50
NEW SHIPS FOR VACUUM OIL 50
Advertising 50
"LUCKY" JOE SLOANE He "Struck It Rich" From the Giro to Edie 50 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
"ENEMY ALIEN" MISSIONARIES 52
In Defence of Levuka An Open Letter to Judy Tudor 53
Advertising 53 , 54
INTRODUCING POLYNESIA An Excellent New Reference Book by Peter H. Buck 54
Advertising 55
Workers Sacrificed When Overseas Trade Destroyed 56
YOUNG TERRITORIAN MARRIED 56
Advertising 56
FIJI TAX CLEARANCES 57
Matson Ships on "civilian Basis" 57
Advertising 57 , 58
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 58 , 59
Advertising 58 , 59
UNION CO. PURCHASES SHIPS Four Cargo Vessels For Sydney- Vancouver Run 59
Advertising 59 , 60
SUCCESSFUL NG CLUB BALL 61
Advertising 61
ISLANDS PRODUCE 62
Advertising 62
FIJI BUYING PRICES Suva, March 21 62
PRICE OF GOLD 62
COPRA 62
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 62
RUBBER 62
Exchange Rates 62
Advertising 63 , 64 , 65 , 66 , 67 , 68

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