Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
HSW 1363
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XX, No. 2 (Sept., 1949)
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108
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
Index to Advertisers 5
Advertising 5
IN THIS ISSUE: 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
Future of Dutch N. Guinea, Solomons, New Hebrides—and Pacific Security 7 , 8
No Friendly Hand Yet For The Inhuman Japs 8
Copra Price in Papua-New Guinea 8
NZ Frigates Conclude Successful Cruise 8
New Peak Appears in Pacific 8
Effect of New Exchange in Pacific 8
UNHAPPY PLANTERS IN SOLOMONS Resentful of British Administration and Policy 9
LAST TWO JAPS Give Themselves Up At Saidor, NG 9
SEARCH FOR OIL Progress At Five Bores 9
TONGA'S PREMIER RETIRES Prince Tugi To Act As Head of Cabinet 9
REPRESENTING SPC AT UN CONFERENCE 9
First Trans-Pacific Flight Was Made 21 Years Ago 10
MR. WARD UNDER FIRE Papua-N. Guinea Administration 10
ISLAND CHIEFTAIN 10
Rabaul Echo of Jap Brutality Reburial of Chinese Officials 10
ASIATIC LABOUR CONTRACTS AN EMBARRASSMENT 10
AIR SERVICES 10
Chinese Returned To NG 11
Chinese Needed in NG 11
NIGHT AIR SERVICE FROM NZ TO FIJI 11
Military Training for Fiji 11
Trobriands Photos 11
OIL FROM DUTCH NEW GUINEA 4,000 Barrels per Day 11
Fiji Taro Disease Under Control 11
AUSTRALIAN GOVERNOR-GENERAL VISITS RABAUL 11
This, too, is Suva 12
NO DANGER FROM RABBITS IN FIJI Opinion of an Expert 12
MANUS BASE UNDER INSPECTION Australian Works Minister Is Told Something 12
IN DEFENCE OF MANUS 12
Third BP Ship For P-NG Run 12
THE ISLANDERS’ MEDICAL SERVICE Training At The Suva School 12
FIJI HYDRO-ELECTRIC SCHEME 12
UK WAR DAMAGE DECISION HITS MISSIONS 12
THE MONTH IN MORESBY 13
SUDDEN DEATH OF WELL-KNOWN TAHITI GIRL 13
Advertising 14
AN ‘ANNEXATION’ THAT BRITAIN REPUDIATED Chester Incident in Port Moresby in 1883 15
Advertising 16
TEAL LOSES £A4,000 PER WEEK Mounting Losses of Governmentowned Airlines Need Investigation 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
DEATH OF MADAME BAAS BECKING 18
Queer Fishing in Papeete 19
Advertising 19 , 20
Question of Sugar, Copra Export Tax Comes Up Again 21
New Hebrides Presbyterian Church 21
Advertising 21 , 22
NO COMPENSATION One Planter’s Comments 23
Adi Rewa To Be Retired 23 , 24
Advertising 23 , 24
GIANT SAIL-FISH 24
Advertising 24
Indians Hanker to be Called “Mr.” 25
Advertising 25 , 26
POLICE TRAVEL OVER 10,000 MILES Curious Sequel To Ocean Island Murder 27
UNEXPECTED INCIDENT 27
AUSTRALIAN RICE FOR SOUTH PACIFIC 27
A WREATH FROM KENTUCKY 27
Advertising 27
WELL-KNOWN SUVA PEOPLE MARRIED 28
Advertising 28
“PIM" Goes Into Prince Bismarck’s Museum 28
MELANESIAN MISSION CENTENARY 28
Advertising 28
Moderate Fiji-lndians Criticise Independence Day Extravagances 29
MALARIA AND THE WEST PACIFIC 29
Advertising 29 , 30
THE MISSING 5,000 Latest Development of a Press-Made Mystery 31
MEMORY OF THE CARNEGIE Blown Up In Apia 20 Years Ago 31
FOUR VETERANS MEET Memories of Rabaul and The Coast Watchers 31
Advertising 31
Tourists Not Impressed With P-NG 32
Editorial Note: 32
ANOTHER ELLISON IN CI MEDICAL SERVICE 32 , 34
Advertising 32 , 33
Papain, a Valuable African Product 34
Advertising 34
DO YOU WISH TO ENTER PAPUA-N. GUINEA? 35
New Amateur Sports Centre Near Suva 35
Advertising 35 , 36
SEARCH FOR OIL IN PAPUA Reports of ‘Strike’ Denied 37
DEATH OF M. GEORGES AHNE 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
PITCAIRN’S HECTIC MORN The Rush For a New Stamp Issue 38
Advertising 38
PAPUAN PLANTERS AGAIN SELLING RUBBER 39
Making Life Difficult for Shipowners Stowaways Become Public Nuisance in Fiji 39
AIRPORT FACILITIES IN SAMOA AND COOKS 39
Advertising 39 , 40
NEWS ITEMS FROM W. SAMOA 41
NEW HEAD FOR PACIFIC ISLANDS TRADING CO. 41
RADIO STATIONS FOR TORRES ISLANDS 41
Advertising 41
GLOOMY VIEW OF WESTERN SAMOA’S FUTURE 42
DWIGHT LONG RETURNS TO TAHITI 42
DEATH OF G. F. HARRISON OF PAPUA 42
LEPER HOSPITAL FOR PAPUA 42
Advertising 42
W. SAMOA NEEDS MORE DOCTORS 43
Less Aid for BSI from UK 43
STILL UNKNOWN Inquiry Into Cause of Fire in BP Store at Ba 43
Advertising 43 , 44
Honiara Is Growing—But Slowly! 45
HONIARA TO HAVE A GOLF CLUB 45
NEW STAMP ISSUE FOR W. SAMOA 45
SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION 45
ARCHBISHOP OF SYDNEY VISITS NORFOLK 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
Fiji Launches All-Out War Against Tuberculosis 46
Planters' Association a New Guinea Delegates from Branches Meet it Rabaul 46
The Administrator, According To Osmar White 47 , 48 , 49
Advertising 47 , 48
INDIAN TRADING CO’S NEW SUVA BUILDING 49
Martin-Ombler Wedding 49
Advertising 49
Fiji Mails Jettisoned At Sea 50
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES BOOM IN FIJI 50
Advertising 50
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 51
JUST THAT MUCH, PLEASE! 51
The Navy Shows The Flag 52 , 53 , 58
OCTOPUS-FISHING IS WOMEN’S WORK 53
Is much-praised Tahiti a disappointment? 54 , 55 , 56
Tropicilities 56 , 57
Advertising 57
Dominie in Difficulties 57
Beloved Isles of Viti 57
MR. BLONK 58
MODERN TRANSPORT FOR MORESBY 58 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
NORFOLK IS. NOTES 60
Soil Erosion in Fiji Hard Task Set Agricultural Dep[?] 60
GROWING HOLD OF INDIANS ON FIJI’S ECONOMIC LIFE 61
Advertising 61
W. Samoan Finances Still Sound Despite Sliding Cocoa Prices 62
Advertising 62
CONDITIONS IN MICRONESIA Americans Tackling Administration Problems 63
SDA Mission Party Making Long Tour 63
Advertising 63
MORE ROUND-WORLD YACHTS CALL AT FIJI 64
Advertising 64
STORIES IN PLANTS Hawaiian Botanist’s Book 64
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FIJI’S DAIRY INDUSTRY 65
WESTERN SAMOA TRADE IN 1948 65
DRIFT TO SUVA AGAIN CONDEMNED 65
Advertising 65 , 66
A BANK SLIP AND A SEQUEL IN COURT 66
Suva's Electricity Absorbed in General Scheme Town Council Sells Undertaking 66
INDIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY IN FIJI 66
PMG MEN’S NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS IN PAPUA N. GUINEA 67
Advertising 67
NO PREFERENCE FOR PART-EUROPEANS IN FIJIAN LAND LEASES 68
LACK OF AMENITIES IN PAPUA-NEW GUINEA Canberra Blamed For Waste and Muddle and Bad Condition of Ports 68 , 69 , 70
Advertising 68 , 69 , 70
THREE KILLED ON A ‘JOYOUS’ RIDE 70
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA AND GROUND NUTS 71
Advertising 71
MIXED BLOOD IN POLYNESIA Examination of Some Unusual Social Problems 72 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 76
Advertising 72 , 73 , 74 , 75
Western Papua Notes 76
TARAWA MEMORIAL 22 Victims of Atrocity Commemorated 76
Advertising 76 , 77
GODEFFROY His Influence on Early Events In S. Pacific 78
Fiji Does Not Want A Change Reports on Liquor Bill, Constitution Inconclusive 78
Advertising 79 , 80
SHOWING THE FLAG IN THE ATOLLS The Navy's Miscellaneous Jobs 81 , 82
Advertising 81 , 82
Dollars Are Troubling W. Samoa Now 82
Mr. Ward Is Politically Unhappy 83
Advertising 83 , 84
United States Tackles Health Problems With Realism 85
SAMOAN BOXERS IN AUSTRALIA 85
BOXING MUDDLE IN FIJI 85
Advertising 86
'ORDER OF THE CROWN OF TONGA’ [?]tory of a Now Defunct Decoration 87
Advertising 87
HEIRS OF JONAS M. COE Memories of Queen Emma 88 , 90
Advertising 88 , 89 , 90
MANY YACHTS AT PAPEETE 90
YACHTS FROM AFRICA, PANAMA 90
"Smithy" Memorial for Suva 91
THE PACIFIC ISLANDS SOCIETY 91
THAT BRACING SEA AIR! 91
Advertising 91
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES SHIP SERVICES 92
AIR SERVICES 92 , 93 , 95 , 98
Advertising 93 , 94 , 95 , 96 , 97
FUSS ON MAKATEA Alleged Overcharge and a Burned Store 98
Rabaul Couple's Fire Loss 98
Advertising 98 , 99 , 100
RABAUL ROUNDABOUT 101 , 102
Advertising 101
NEW GUINEA WOMEN’S ASSN., MELBOURNE 102
Rabaul Residents Say Good-bye to Popular Official 102
Advertising 102
FIJI’S PINEAPPLE CUP FOR BOWLS CHAMPION 102
RATIONS FOR P-NG NATIVE EMPLOYEES 102
Advertising 103
GROWTH OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC INSURANCE CO. 104
Rehabilitation in NG of Carpenter Interests Social Function Marks End of Difficult Stage 104
Advertising 104
FIJI’S NEW CHIEF JUSTICE 105
STORIES OF THE ISLANDS 105
Hail-stones in the T ropics! 105
FIJI GETS A GOOD PRESS IN CANADA 105
LSI CATTLE TRANSPORT A SUCCESS 105
NEW GUINEA CLUB, RABAUL REOPENS 105
Advertising 105
ISLANDS PRODUCE 106
Advertising 106
PRICE OF GOLD 106
COPRA 106
RUBBER 106
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 106
Exchange Rates 106
Advertising 107 , 108

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