Pacific islands monthly : PIM

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N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. 1 No. 9 (Apr. 21, 1931)
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Contents

THE Pacific lslands Monthly 1
FRUIT FOR N.Z. New Duty on Bananas Proposed PROBLEM FOR FIJI AND TONGA 1
PAPUA’S EXPORTS 1
BIG MOSQUITO TO EAT LITTLE ONES Interesting Experiment in Fiji 1
DEATH OF T.I. LEADER 1
DESICCATED COCONUT Embargo on Foreign Imports HELPING ISLANDS TRADE 1
FIJIAN RICE Industry Makes Little Progress 1
New Fokker Crashes Mishap at Salamoa Pacific Aerial Co.’s Loss 1
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Norfolk Island Bananas Sales Tax Still Operating 1
THE RECENT HURRICANE IN FIJI 1
HUGE FLOOD OF WHALE OIL Now Definitely a Competitor of Most Oil Seeds Effect on Copra Market of Recent Chemical Discoveries 1 , 2
Advertising 2
SOUND TRADING Burns, Philp (S.S.) Company Makes Healthy Profit 2
CHILIAN REBELS Interesting Party in Tahiti ESCAPE FROM EASTER IS. 2
Advertising 2
THE RIVERS’ SOURCE Discoveries In Central New Guinea 3
Advertising 3
ISLANDS SHIPS Sailing Schedules Unfixed and Uncertain Discussion Between B.P. and Federal Government 3
Goldfield News Two Deaths at Wau Difficulties of Aerial Communication 3
The Solomon Islands 3
Advertising 3 , 4
PAPUAN RESIDENTS’ BEREAVEMENT 4
IN EASTERN POLYNESIA A News Summary from Tahiti 4
400 MISSIONARIES PER MILLION Rev. J. W. Burton’s Survey of Pacific 4
EARTH TREMORS AT PORT MORESBY 4
Advertising 4
MURDER OF PAPUAN NATIVESN 5
Advertising 5
THE TONGAN ISLANDS Agenda for Forthcoming Parliamentary Session 5 , 9
Advertising 5
Pacific Islands Monthly 6
The South Seas and the Big Corporations 6
TROPICALITIES 6
Tennis Courts for Suva Young People’s Guild 6
Notable Men of The Pacific 6
Personal Notes 6
"WILD” EXCHANGE IN THE PACIFIC Some of Maddening Problems Faced 7
CANNED PINES Fiji Industry Booming 7
PIONEER MISSIONARY 7
New Hebrides Note Suggested Way to Solve Acute Trade Problem 7
MOTUAN ON THE AIR Papuan Scouts Speak From Sydney 7
Do Not Buy Australian Made! Instruction for Fijian Officials 7
BACK TO NORMAL Fiji Cleans Up After Hurricane 7
STORY OF STORM WHAT HAPPENED TO CIKOBIA 7
HEALTHY PINEAPPLE INDUSTRY 7
NATIVE SECRETS Anthropologist’s Work in Papua 7
NEW TAURI FIELD Disappointed Miners Abandon Operations 7
Advertising 8
CULTIVATION OF TUNG OIL TREES Growing Demand for Paint Ingredient Suggests New Industry for Islands Planters 8
Advertising 8
OIL SEARCH LTD. New Guinea Operations 9
Advertising 9
PAPUAN NEWS Copra and Rubber Position—Provision Orders Ctill Going South Work on Tauri Goldfields 9
"ISLANDS” MINISTER Mr. Chifley’s Interest in N.G. Planters 9
Advertising 9 , 10
MINING IN N. GUINEA 10
Beef Cattle in New Caledonia Export Trade Planned Growth of Pastoral Industry In South Seas 10
THE BREMERHAVEN Disturbing Factor in N.G. Trade 10
Personal Notes From Fiji 10
JAVA PEST Official Reply and Explanation Puzzling Export Figures 10
Advertising 10
PRODUCTS OF THE SOUTH SEAS Copra Market Continues Dull 11
NOTES FROM NEW GUINEA 11
Advertising 11
Market Quotations 11
PEARLING INDUSTRY GOES ON But With Reduced Personnel 11
MORE SHIPPING AT PORT MORESBY 11
Advertising 11
Shipping Services in The Pacific 12
Advertising 12
SURVEY OF ENTON 12
Advertising 12
A TIMELY BOOK 12

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