Pacific islands monthly : PIM

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HSW 1363
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XX, No. 4 (Nov., 1949)
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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 The Newspaper-Magazine of the Sonth Seas 7
Dutch or Asiatics in Western New Guinea? 7 , 8
Reserve Police Force Planned For Fiji 8
DRILLING IN PAPUA Conclusions of Oil Experts 8
Late News: Anti-TB Fund Oversubscribed 8
VALUABLE WARTIME MACHINES Taken To Aust. From Islands 8
Abandoned War Supplies Help Industry 8
COPRA INSPECTION AGAIN IN PAPUA-N. GUINEA 9
Arrival of Fiji's New Chief Justice 9
Rare Photograph of RLS 9
BSI—58 Years A British Protectorate 9
PAPUA’S FIVE GENERATIONS OF CHESTERS 9
THE OCEAN ISLAND MURDER Appeal Has Been Lodged 9
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER FOR PAPUA-NG? Hint Of An Ambitious Project 9
Well-known Flying Man Faces Surprising Charge 9
BSI Headmen Meet Their Government 10
In a Six Days Tow Degei Brings Awahou to Port 10
W. SAMOA TO ABOLISH EMPIRE PREFERENCE 11
Students To Examine Mission Work In Melanesia 11
“PAY BACK” Remarkable Case of Fabricated Charge Against New Guinea Patrol Officer 11
Pupils at Port Moresby Public School, 1949 11
‘REPUBLIC OF U.S. OF INDONESIA’ New Status For East Indies—But Western New Guinea Temporarily Exempt 12 , 95 , 96
A FETE IN SUNNY FIJI 12
PEARLSHELL PRICE Efforts To Stabilise Industry 13
PEARLSHELL PRICE RISES 13
RABAUL ROUNDABOUT 13
Advertising 14
FIJI’S MODEL MINE TOWN Tributes to Mr. and Mrs. Nilsen 15
UK Sugar Conference Important to Fiji 15
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK IN PAPUA The Steamships’ Balance Sheet 15
NOTED PACIFIC MISSIONARIES 15
Advertising 15 , 16
EXPLOITATION OF NEW GUINEA TIMBER Government and Bulolo Gold Dredging, Ltd., Propose A Joint Company 17
Editorial Note: The Back-Load Factor in New Guinea Transport 17 , 18
Advertising 17 , 18
AROUND THE WORLD Murnan’s Stainless Steel Yacht At Moresby 18
NEW SCHOOL FOR BSI CHINESE 18
Advertising 18
SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION 19 , 21 , 22
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21 , 22
BACHELORS ENTERTAIN APPRECIATIVE WAU 22
VALUE OF THE PACIFIC FRANC 22
Advertising 22
LUCKY LANDING ON A SANDBANK “Flying Doctor's” Escape In New Guinea 23
ANGLICAN CHURCH AT LAE, NG 23
COMBATING TROPICAL DISEASES 23
Advertising 23 , 24
DEATH OF MAJOR E. B. AYR IS A Veteran of Three Wars 25
NEW SHIP FOR COOK ISLANDS 25
Advertising 25
NOW CLOSE TO £4,000,000 PER ANNUM Australia's Administrative Expenditure on Papua-New Guinea 26
BULOLO GOLD DREDGING 26
Advertising 26
THE MONTH IN MORESBY 27 , 29
Advertising 27 , 28 , 29
Mr. Alport Barker Again Mayor of Suva 30
NEW CALEDONIAN EXCHANGE Australian Says He Was Well Treated 30
Advertising 30
NO COMPENSATION FOR WAR DAMAGE One BSI Planter Speaks His Mind 31
FIJI CAN GROW POTATOES 31
PLANTING CO. ALMOST KILLED BY THE WAR 31
Advertising 31 , 32
FIJI MUST HAVE MORE TOURISTS “The Accommodation Bottleneck" 33
WAR GRAVES TOURISTS FOR P-NG? 33
Advertising 33
SCRUB TYPHUS 34
Advertising 34
NEW NIMANOA FOR G & E SERVICE 34
Advertising 34
Gazelle Peninsula Shaken By Earthquakes 35
Advertising 35 , 36
Western Samoa Reviews a Year’s Activities 37
Advertising 37
NEW MAP OF SUVA AVAILABLE 38
Advertising 38
Mariposa May Come Back to Pacific 38
Advertising 38
Suva's Price Spiral Worries Permanent Hotel Guests 39 , 41
Advertising 39 , 40
DEATH OF MR. FRANK TATE 41
PACIFIC YACHTSMEN IN TROUBLE IN BSI 41
Pay Rise For Fijian Stevedores 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
BENEFITS TO NEW GUINEA WIDOWS 42
NEWS FROM PITCAIRN Island Has Its First Appendix Operation 43 , 45
Advertising 43 , 44
FIJI’S SPECIAL STAMPS SOLD OUT 45
DEATH OF W. M. BURNETT OF APIA 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
Fiji’s Anti-TB Appeal Now Close To £25,000 46
MORE ABOUT MISS BAKSH 46
SAMOA SHIPS COCOA AND COPRA 46
Here is a Medical Book For All Dwellers in Isolated Islands 47 , 49
Advertising 47 , 48
TENDERS SOUGHT FOR BATTERED SHIP 49
Advertising 49 , 50
MORE MEAT FOR PORT MORESBY 50
‘LANDING SHIP TANK’ A Useful Craft In The Islands 50
USS COY’S BRONZE-GREEN SHIPS 50
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 51 , 52
BIRTH OF A PACIFIC ISLAND 51
REMNANTS OF RABAUL'S SHADY AVENUES 52
Tropiealities 52
Operation Drum follows Operation Cow 53
Nauru Builds Empire Farms and Gardens 54 , 55
A TRADER'S TALE 55 , 56
GROWING RICE IN NEW GUINEA 55
Giants of Aneityum 56 , 57
COLOUR 57 , 58
PORT MORESBY, GATEWAY TO PAPUA NEW GUINEA 58
BRIDES JOIN THE PRICE SPIRAL 58
Advertising 59 , 60
Notes From a Medical Missionary 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
SEVEN RECORDS AT FIJI’S FIRST AMATEUR SPORTS 62
Mangaia Loses Its Lone Shop Window 62
W. Samoa is Still Short of Medical Officers 63
Advertising 63 , 64
Fiji’s Annual Report In Attractive Booklet Showing Colony’s Wealth 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
ANOTHER SHIP BREAKS DOWN OFF FIJI 66
COCONUT PLANTER HITS HARD AT SUVA Case For Primary Producer In Relation To Taxation 67 , 69
Advertising 67 , 68
SEYCHELLES What Has Happened to a Little Known ‘Paradise’ 69
Advertising 69 , 70
Notorious Nakanai Natives Make Their Own Peace Pact 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
CHARGE THAT FIJI NATIVE POLICY IS LEADING TO CORRUPTION Is The Government Being Misdirected? BY “VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS” 73 , 75
Advertising 73 , 74
SURVEY SHIP FOR THE CENTRAL PACIFIC 75
£23 MILLION GONE DOWN THE DRAIN British Socialists’ Peanut Plan 75
Advertising 75 , 76
WARS AMONG ANTS AND BSI NUTFALL 76
MORE PEOPLE-LESS FOOD 77
Advertising 77 , 78
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES SHIP SERVICES 79
AIR SERVICES 79 , 80 , 81 , 83 , 84
Advertising 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 83 , 84
In the Port of Avarua 85
NG EDUCATION EXPERT GOES TO INDIA 85
Advertising 85 , 86
BOURAIL NC Town With A Shocking History 87 , 88
Advertising 87 , 88
IN NEW CALEDONIA 88
A 600-MILES DRIFT Santa Cruz Canoe Reaches East Papua 88
MONEY FOR DISTRESSED CHILDREN Papua-N. Guinea’s Generous Response 89
Advertising 89 , 90
400 YEARS LATER New BSI Church Where Spanish Cross Stood 91
FIJI HOTEL CHARGES 91
Garret—Moore Wedding 91
Advertising 91
LAWS OF PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA 92
Advertising 92
A HAPPY WEDDING IN SUVA 92
PITCAIRN ISLANDERS Mrs. H. E. Maude’s Interesting Address to PI Society 93 , 95
Advertising 93 , 94 , 95
The Twinkle in Your Eye COMES FROM ACTIVE DIGESTION 96
Wedding At Kokopo, TNG 96
Advertising 96
TAHITI NOTES 97 , 98
Advertising 97 , 98
WHY BOATS ARE NOT BUILT IN SOME ISLANDS 98
NOT ENOUGH SHIPS Planters' Disabilities In Buka and Bougainville 99 , 100
Advertising 99 , 100
Fiji’s Cost of Living Continues to Soar 100
NUTRITION RESEARCH IN POLYNESIA 100
NOTES FROM MANGAIA, COOK ISLANDS 101
Advertising 101 , 102
NG Women's Club Against Scholarship Fund 103
CRAMER-SWANSTON WEDDING 103
CHRISTMAS FUNCTIONS 103 , 104
Advertising 103 , 104
A MELBOURNE CUP FANTASY 104
FIJIANS AND INDIANS Nature of the Problem 104 , 105
Advertising 105
ISLANDS PRODUCE 106
Advertising 106
PRICE OF GOLD 106
COPRA 106
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 106
Exchange Rates 106
Advertising 107 , 108

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