Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVI, No. 12 (19 July, 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
RETURNED ON "MONTORO" 4
"MONTORO" PASSENGERS 5
DOES ANYONE KNOW PATSY LEE? 5
Advertising 5 , 6
MORE "MONTORO" PASSENGERS 7
BURNS PHILP Parent Co. Makes Usual Profit—But is Moving from Islands to Mainland 7
ANOTHER FIJIAN ISLAND FOR G & E ISLANDERS 7
Torres Natives To Own Pearling Luggers 7
DISBANDMENT OF NATIVE REGIMENT IN NEW GUINEA 7
NEW GUINEA CASUALTIES 7
FLYING HOME 7
ADVERTISERS 8
Contents 8
Advertising 8
Pacific Islands Monthly 9
The Economic Sun is Shining in SOME Parts of the Pacific 9 , 10
SIR MAYNARD HEDSTROM 10
TRAPPING JAPS IN BOUGAINVILLE Planter R. Stuart Gets Military Cross 10
MR. WARD'S MODEL VILLAGE Denial of P. Moresby Report' 11
MORE PROSPERITY FOR W. SAMOA Territory Free of Debt and Has Quarter Million Reserve 11
FIJI COPRA UP AGAIN! 11
NEW GUINEA-PAPUA NOW ALL CIVIL GOVERNMENT Military Rule in Eastern New Britain and New Ireland Ended on June 24 12
NEW GUINEA'S "FOREIGNERS" TO BE GIVEN LIMITED NATURALISATION 13
TAHITI COPRA Large Cargoes Now Go to France 13
BEST VIEW OF SYDNEY! 13
SHOWING THE FLAG British Submarine Flotilla in Central Pacific 13
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS JOIN NG ADMINISTRATION 13
NAUSORI OR NADI ? Fiji Residents Sharply Divided on Proposed Aerodrome Site 14
HITCH IN AUSTRALIAN—U.S. AIR AGREEMENT 14 , 15
RNZAF to Run Pacific Air Services At Reasonable Fares 15
£8 Million From Theodore's Mines 15
GOLDMINING IN THE SOLOMON ISLANDS 15
NG NATIVE LABOUR POLICY Will Not Be Abandoned 15
Gifts for Britain Appeal Launched in Fiji 16
PTA HOLDS ITS LAST MEETING IN AUSTRALIA Review of Conditions in Australian Territories 16 , 65
VOLUNTEERS RETURN TO N. CALEDONIA 16
LAE IS BUSY! Preparations for a New Town on the Hill :: Lorry Transport For the Goldfields 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
BRIDE FROM NEW GUINEA 18
Pensions for Dependants of Lost Rabaul Civilians 19
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRADE WITH NZ 19
Another Ship Under BP Management 19
Advertising 19 , 20
TROPICAL PLANTING EXPERTS Ambitious Plans in NG 20
"BANANA FIGS" 20
PLANTERS' GRIEVANCES IN FRENCH OCEANIA Who is Getting the Margin on Copra Prices? 21
Indians in Suva Residential Areas 21
Advertising 21 , 22
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT WILL NOT INQUIRE INTO RABAUL Sacrifice of 300 Civilians by Officialdom fo be Ignored 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
SURVEY OF NG TIMBER RESOURCES 24
"Pounders"— Not "Powders"! (A Letter of Correction to the Editor) 24
Advertising 25
ACCIDENT NEAR W. SAMOAN AIRPORT 26
Advertising 26
POLITICAL JOTTINGS FROM FIJI 26
AUSTRALIA'S PACIFIC DEFENCE PLAN STILL SECRET Co-operation With United Kingdom and New Zealand First Consideration 27
Advertising 27
NZ Magistrate Investigates Cook Is. Conditions of Employment 28
THURSDAY ISLAND'S WRECKAGE Contrast With Papua Plan 28
Advertising 28
BIRTHDAY HONOURS 29
PLANS FOR NEW GUINEA HEALTH AND EDUCATION 29
Advertising 29
NEW GUINEA GRIEVANCES AIRED IN AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT The Demand For Rabaul Inquiry 30 , 31
Advertising 30
Collaborators Deprived of Rights Former French Pacific Governors 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
Mr. Osborne Discusses Fruit-Growing (And Other) Problems Visit of New Zealand Officials to Cook Is. 32
MORRIS HEDSTROM'S FINANCIAL YEAR Shareholders Get Special Bonus—Interesting Review of Colony's Prospects 33
Vagaries of the Trocas Market 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
Valuable Kauri Timber In Pacific Islands 34
Possible New Drug For Malaria 34
Advertising 34
Warm Praise For Mr. J. K. McCarthy 35
"MATUA" FOR SURVEY 35
Advertising 35
VISITORS TO TAHITI NOT WELCOME JUST NOW 36
Peace on the Canefields? Union's New Agreement With CSR 36
Advertising 36
NEW HANDBOOKS ABOUT N. PACIFIC ISLANDS 36
Unionism in Fiji 36
MAGAZINE SECTION Territorio TaIK- TalK 37 , 38
PAA BACK AGAIN 37
TE RANGI HIROA —MAORI KNIGHT 38
Tropicalities 39
AS HIMSELF 39
RADIO and PAPER BOMBERS The Story of FELO, Told by "Kosso" 40 , 41
Short Story: Lease-Lend Lochinvar 42
Pioneering: WHEN FIJI SUGAR WAS POURED FROM A JUG 43
Varied Verses: RETROSPECT 43
IN REVERSE 43
JAIL IS OUT AT 4 P.M. ! 44
MEMORIES OF THE BLACK DAYS OF 1942 How the First Japs Came to N. Guinea WRITTEN FOR “PIM” BY A. H. FREUND 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
PICTURE THEATRE FOR MAKOGAI 46
The "Cargo-Cult" 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
COCONUT CREAM INDUSTRY 48
DEATH OF N. B. GRIEVES, OF HADI 48
ABC RADIO STATION FOR NEW GUINEA 48
Advertising 48
SOIL PROBLEMS IN FIJI There's Plenty of Limestone—Why Not Use It? 49 , 50 , 51
Advertising 49 , 50
No Fire-Fighting Plant in Western Samoa 51
Advertising 51 , 52
Tongan Nobles Go To Court 52 , 54
Advertising 53 , 54
LABOUR UNREST CONTINUES IN COOK IS. Auckland "Progressive Assn." Plays Off Native Waterside Workers Against Native Fruit Growers 54 , 55
New Price Control Bill Before Legislative Council in July 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
NG SCHOLARSHIP FUND Territorians Support Needed 56
Tahiti's Servicemen Return 56
BANANA FLOUR 56 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 58 , 59 , 61 , 62 , 63 , 64
Advertising 59 , 60 , 61 , 62 , 63 , 64
More "Investigators" For a Cook Islands Tour NZ Trade-Union Preoccupation With the Group 64
WEDDING OF RABAUL RESIDENT 64
Advertising 65
TRIBUTE TO LATE DR. VERNON 66
Advertising 66
FAIR PLAY FOR COCOA GROWERS Interesting Review of an Important Industry 66 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
Newspaper Pictures of Tahiti Life 68
Australian Workers Sacrificed 69
Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna at Palace Investiture 69
MONSIGNOR HANNAN FOR MISSION FIELD 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
MEETING DECIDES TO CARRY ON NG CLUB IN SYDNEY Officers Retire After Generous Service to Territorions 70 , 71
DONALD STORES WIPED OUT BY TIDAL WAVE 71
TAHITI'S CHOICE Migration to China Forecast 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
NEW GUINEA'S FIRST POSTWAR WEDDING 72
BARK FOR PAPER 72
Advertising 72
ABOUT ISLAND PEOPLE 72
UNEASY NATIVES IN TERRITORIES 73
WHAT IS AN "INDENTURED" LABOURER 73
NEW HEALTH STATION IN TAHITIAN HILLS 73
GOVERNMENT HOUSE RECEPTION TO RETURNED VOLUNTEERS 73
MISSIONARY'S TRIBUTE TO NG OFFICIALS 73
Advertising 73
ISLANDS PRODUCE 74
Advertising 74
FIJI BUYING PRICES 74
PRICE OF GOLD 74
COPRA 74
RUBBER 74
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 74
Exchange Rates 74
Advertising 75 , 76
AUSTRALIA'S TREATMENT OF THE DUTCH 76
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF ENTERTAINS IN LAE 76
GEORGE MEDAL FOR NG NATIVE SOLDIER 76
THE ISLANDS CLUB 76
Index to Volume XVI. 77 , 78
Advertising 78 , 79 , 80

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