Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. 2 No. 4 (Nov. 23, 1931)
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18
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Contents

THE Pacific Islands Monthly 1
SOLOMONS’ OLDEST INHABITANTS 1
Advertising 1
ALTERNATIVE ISLANDS CROPS Some Further Information WORLD MARKETS FOR VARIOUS OIL-SEEDS 1 , 4
" MASSACRE!” Newspaper Shrieks Over Papuan Raid THE SUKIS AGAIN 1
PRINCE THAKOMBAU Sydney Student is the Direct Descendant of Famous Fijian King 1
Advertising 2
LESS UNREST In Western Samoa LEAGUE OF NATIONS’ REPORT 2
Advertising 2
INCORRECT CHART NIUA-FOOU ISLAND 2
Cook Islands Trade 2
Tongan Bananas Big Contract With New Zealand ANOTHER LOSS TO AUSTRALIA 2
Planting in Cook Islands Big Domestic Crops 2
FIVE MONTHS’ DROUGHT Rabaul Suffers NEED FOR PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY 2
Advertising 2
TAHITI’S CHINESE Manchurian Trouble Upsets Plan for Exodus 3
Advertising 3
NEW GUINEA NEWS More Confident Feeling Club’s Enterprise 3
UNIQUE AERIAL TRANSPORT SERVICE 3
ERADICATING PESTS Solomons Problem NUTFALL REDUCES COPRA OUTPUT 3
Advertising 3 , 4
HIGHER TAXES Planters' and Traders' Sacrifices 4
ECONOMY DEMANDED Is There Over-staffing in N.G.? 4
PACIFIC ISLANDS ASSN. Support From Cook Islands 4
Constitution Adopted 4
Advertising 4
GOLDFIELDS LABOUR Generally Satisfactory PROBLEM OF DISCIPLINE 5
Advertising 5
THE BELL APPLE Luscious Fiji Fruit SHOULD COMMAND WIDE SALE 5
BANZAI! Plan to Penetrate South Seas ON JAPAN’S BEHALF 5
Advertising 5 , 6
The Word of a White Man Importance In Pacific Traveller Urges Value of "Good Faith” 6
SOLOMONS’ LABOUR SUPPLY Problem That Will Become Acute 6
Advertising 6
A Woman’s Experiences in the Solomon Islands Earthquakes 7
COOK ISLANDS Conditions in Group 7
Advertising 7
Pacific Islands Monthly 8
HOW AUSTRALIA " ADVANCES ”! 8
TROPICALITIES 8
N. Caledonia’s Population Census Shows 5,000 Increase Many Europeans in Noumea 8
MRS. E. A. WISDOM Death in Sydney POPULAR N. GUINEA FIGURE 8
PAPUAN SORCERY Sir Hubert Murray at a Demonstration 8
Drought Breaks in Tahiti 9
New Caledonian Sport Enormous Herds of Deer Chance for Riflemen 9
Robbery at Mauke Cook Is. Trading Co.’s Loss 9
A TERRIFYING EARTHQUAKE Solomon Islands Visitation 9
Rabaul’s Electric Light Ready Early in 1932 9
WHERE PEARLS ARE CHEAP 9
NEW GOLD COMPANY N.Z. Capital Interested Sluicing in Upper Waria, N.G. 9
WHALE OIL May Be Controlled by New Convention 9
PACIFIC SHIPPING WAR Governments Take a Hand Political Considerations 9
Killing Koster’s Curse Thrips Aid Fiji Settlers 9
Advertising 10
NORFOLK ISLAND TRADE 10
THE SOLOMONS Plea for Reduced Administrative Costs 10
New Broadcast At Townsville With Pacific Radius 10
News From Norfolk Island Glut of Strange Eggs—H.M.A.S. Canberra Strikes Bad Weather —Big Fruit Shipment for Auckland 10
Advertising 10
THURSDAY ISLAND PRAYS TO FASHION GODS 11
Advertising 11
FIJI PLANTERS The Problem of Carrying On PLEA FOR MORATORIUM 11
DICK ROCHE IS LOST Famous N.G. Pioneer HERO OF MANY EXPLOITS 11
Advertising 11
NEWS FROM NEW CALEDONIA 12
Advertising 12
NEW CALEDONIAN RICE France’s Retaliation MINISTERS’ FATUOUS STATEMENTS 12
WAGES IN FIJI How They Vary THREE CLASSES OF LABOUR 12
Advertising 12
[?]USTRALIAN NAVY MEN Praise From Fiji 13
NEWS FROM MAUKE 13
Advertising 13
NEWINGTON COLLEGE New Headmaster 13
Fancy Dress Ball On Thursday Island 13
Advertising 13
NATIVE DEBTORS In New Guinea FURTHER ASPECTS OF GROWING DIFFICULTY 13
Advertising 13 , 14
Electric Light For T.I. 14
A COUNCIL FOR NEW GUINEA Why Is Nothing Done? PROVISION NEEDED FOR FUTURE 14
'Flu in Solomons Deaths Among Natives 14
Tourists for Torres Straits Fascinating Islands Practically Unknown Queensland Minister Is Enthusiastic 14
TAHITI YACHT CLUB Determined Effort to Keep Afloat 14
Advertising 14
Plantation Discipline How to Treat Natives Experienced Official’s Observations 15
Advertising 15
Planter Convicted of Theft Sabine’s Sentence Remarkable Case in New Guinea 15
DISTURBANCES IN THE FAR WEST 15
HINDU TEACHER IN FIJI 15
Advertising 15 , 16
Asiatics in Fiji Interesting Experiment INDIANS’ ECONOMIC VALUE 16
THE HIGH HAND IN NORFOLK ISLAND That Dictation Test To the Editor. 16
Attracting Tourists Tahiti’s Bold Bid Abolition of Tax on Foreigners 16
Advertising 16
COPRA RECOVERS 17
BULOLO’S PROGRESS 17
EXCHANGE RATES Currency Gambles in Tahiti Trade With Four Countries 17
Exchange Quotations 17
Market Quotations Range of Prices 17
New Guinea Goldfields Tributes Produce £36,000 in 8 Months 17
Advertising 17
Shipping Services in The Pacific 18
Advertising 18

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