Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 10 (16 May, 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6
RETURNING TO THE TERRITORIES 7
"ORMISTON" PASSENGERS 7
PITCAIRNERS SEEK THE PLEASURES OF CIVILISATION 7
ADVERTISERS 8
Contents 8
Advertising 8
Pacific Islands Monthly 9
The Nations' Overall Pacific Plans—Plus Russia and the Atomic Bomb! 9 , 10
NEW GUINEA CASUALTIES 10
SUMMARY OF NG POLICY Preoccupation With Natives 10
Islands Still Awaiting Ships 10
Norfolk Is. Appointment Questioned 11
FIJI-AUSTRALIA AIR-MAIL "MYSTERY" 11
PANAIR RESUME NZ SERVICE THIS MONTH And the Australian Government (Backed by IATA) Attempts to Raise ANA Fares 11
"BILL" GROVES Probably New Director of Education in Papua-New Guinea 11
NEW GUINEA COPRA, 1939-42 11
LIEUT. R. W. FEETUM 11
CANNOT EMPLOY FUNDS Startling Announcement by South Seas Co. 12
GOVERNOR OF FIJI ON COUNTRY TOUR 12
MORE CIVILIANS RETURN TO NEW GUINEA Enlarged Functions For PC Board are Officially Announced 13 , 64 , 65
NOTED VISITOR TO TONGA 13
HIS PLANTATION WAS A BATTLEGROUND Leslie F. Gill Arrives After Four Years' War Service 14
Advertising 14
Stronger Production Control Board "Blue" Allan and A. J. Gaskin Are New Members 14 , 66
JAPS MASSACRE OCEAN ISLANDERS AFTER SURRENDER Two Officers on Trial in Rabaul For Vile Crime 15
Japs to Hang for Massacre 15
NEW GUINEA'S ONLY REPRESENTATIVE 15
SUVA NOW HAS FISHERMEN —And Will Soon Hove Fish 16
NINE MILLIONS! Estimated War Damage to Australia and Territories 16
PACIFIC PEACE STAMPS 16
TURNING A DEAF EAR Canberra's Attitude to Rabaul Demand 17
FIJIANS AND THE INDIANS Birth and Death Rates Compared 17
SWANSTON DIARIES 17
Advertising 17 , 18
Rehabilitation Fund Distributions NG Club Copes With Complications 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
BRAVERY AWARDS TO WPHC NATIVES 20
These Are "Banana Figs" Description of an Industry of Interest to Pacific Planters 20
PEACE STAMPS FOR BRITISH COLONIAL TERRITORIES 20
NEW COCONUT INDUSTRY IN SAMOA Factory to Can Cream For European Market 21
Advertising 21 , 22
REPUBLIC OF PHILIPPINES Roxas Takes Charge Under Direction and Protection of United States 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
TO MODERNISE SUVA Town Board's Plans 24
THE BLAME FOR RABAUL Another Demand For Inquiry 24
RECORD CALEDONIAN BUDGET FOR 1946 24
Advertising 25
Shipping and Exports Both Increase in Fiji 26
Advertising 26
Reserved For Territorians! 26
Turf For the General's Rabaul Garden 26
NOT BEFORE 1947! Now-famous "Bulolo" Retained 27
Progress Report of Tatura Inquiry 27
Still in Tatura 27
MATSON SHIPS TO BE REBUILT 27
Advertising 27
NH HIGH CHIEF SHOT FROM AMBUSH Murder Starts Trouble Between Big Nambus and Amok Tribes 28 , 29
Advertising 28
LABOUR UNREST CONTINUES IN RAROTONGA 29
£1,000,000 Damage on Ocean and Nauru But Phosphate Exports Expected by July 29
NEW BUILDING SITES FOR HOME-HUNGRY SUVA 29
Advertising 29
"TAHITIENNE'S" THIRD ATTEMPT 30
Advertising 30
N. Pacific Tidal Wave Affects Rarotonga 30
W. SAMOA, TOO! 30
HAVOC AT PITCAIRN 30
"Good-Neighbour" Policy Ends With Lend-Lease 31
ARMIT-CHRISTENSEN WEDDING 31
Advertising 31
W. SAMOA CENSUS FIGURES 32
Advertising 32
MV "LAKATOI" How She Escaped the Fall of Rabaul 32 , 33
Shipping Shortages Are World Wide 33
NO CLOTHING COUPONS NEEDED IN AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC TERRITORIES 33
APPLY TO MR. WARD If You Wish to Lecture Trainee Officers of the New Guinea Administration. 33
Advertising 33 , 34
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 35 , 36
SAILS OFF SUVA 35
The Rev. Rodger Page, Mentor of a Pacific Queen 36
STRONG MEN WEPT (When This Island Girl Was Christened) 37 , 42
TRANS PACIFIC How the Air Sers are to be run 38 , 39 , 40
tropicalities 40
Short Story: FOREIGNERS ARE FUNNY FOLK 41
TROPICAL MOON, ISLAND LAGOON—BUT NO GUITAR 41 , 42
From Buckingham Palace to Pitcairn Island Mrs. Myrtle L. Ward, of the SDA Mission, Tells How She Received Some Unusual Letters 42
WHEN CAKOBAU WAS CROWNED 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
TERRITORIES' LABOUR PROBLEMS 44
RESOURCEFULNESS! Cook Islands Medical Service Calls For More Than Mere Medical Skill. 45
FATHER HARRIS Missionory Hero of 1942 45
Advertising 45
RECORD EXPORT YEAR FOR W. SAMOA 46
Advertising 46
Has Australian Govt. Any Pacific Policy? 46
Who Were the Cannibals of Little Tahiti? Recent Discovery of Gruesome Relics 46
EURONESIAN CHILDREN MUST ATTEND NATIVE SCHOOLS IN COOK IS. 47
Bits of History 47
CUTHBRT'S MISIMA MINE, LTD. 47
Advertising 47
NO NEWS OF THE PROCTERS SINCE 1940 48
Advertising 48
PAPUA'S ONLY WHITE-MAN OUTLAW The Evil Career of Joe O'Brien, 40 Years Ago 48 , 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
UNTIMELY END TO BRILLIANT CAREER Death of Sister M. Cleary, of Fiji 50
WAR DANCE AND UTOI Rotumans Welcome Bishop Foley 50
MUCH "HELP" FOR NEW GUINEA NATIVES Sharp Comparison With Australia's Treatment of Europeans 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
G. HEATON NICHOLLS WAS IN PAPUA 52
TAHITI SENDS OIL TO STARVING FRANCE 52
News From N. Caledonia 52
SARAWAK "White Rajah" Cedes to Britain, But Heir Apparent Fights It 53
METHODIST MISSION EXECUTIVES Changes in Sydney and Tonga 53
FROM GOLD TO SOFT DRINKS 53 , 54
Advertising 53 , 54
PACIFIC ISLANDS REGIMENT Getting Ready For Demobilisation 54
LAST PARADE OF NATIVE TROOPS 54
Errol Flynn's Pranks in New Guinea 55
BA THANKS MR. H. H. RAGG FOR BOWLING GREEN 55
Advertising 55
AITUTAKI PRISONERS ESCAPE 56
Advertising 56
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 56 , 57 , 58 , 59 , 60 , 69
Advertising 57 , 58 , 59 , 60
RECONSTRUCTION OF RC MISSION IN RABAUL 60
BANK DEPOSITS IN TERRITORIES 60
Cook Is. Getting Poorer and Poorer But PM Fraser Thinks Islanders Show Good Taste in Migrating to New Zealand 61
ATOLLS OF THE LINE ISLANDS 61
Advertising 61
MILITARY CROSS TO J. J. SEARSON 62
Advertising 62
TO STUDY IN NOUMEA 62
To George Whittaker 62
Advertising 63 , 64
RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF TORRES STRAIT PEARLING 65
Advertising 65 , 66
Final Contributions N. Guinea Rehabilitation Fund 66
Advertising 67
CRUEL WASTE OF ARMY GOODS IN PAPUA Civilians' Bitter Criticism of Australian Officialdom 68
Advertising 68
The Story of Roboul 69
FRENCH PACIFIC COLONIES HAVE LABOUR PROBLEMS, TOO 69
Advertising 69
ISLANDS PRODUCE 70
Advertising 70
FIJI BUYING PRICES 70
PRICE OF GOLD 70
COPRA 70
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 70
RUBBER Exchange Rates 70
No title 70
Advertising 71 , 72 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 76

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