Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
HSW 1363
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XX, No. 5 (Dec., 1949)
Images
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 The Newspaper-Magazine of the South Seas 7
Goodbye to Socialism—and All That! 7 , 8
SEARCH FOR OIL IN PAPUA 8
Mr. E. J. Thomsett For Rabaul 8
We Try Again! 8
COPRA OUTLOOK General Fall of Ten Per Cent Likely in Coming Year 9
UK OFFER FOR 1950 COPRA Fiji and Ceylon Negotiations 9
CARS FROM CHINA Some Late Models Arrive in Rabaul 9
‘PAY BACK’ Mr. Fadden Has Not Forgotten Mr. Wilson 9
EFFECT OF NZ ELECTION ON W. SAMOA 9
NG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 9
SAMOA’S COCOA CROP 9
MIGRANT DOCTORS FOR PAPUA-NEW GUINEA 10
NEW GUINEA WOMEN’S CLUB SYDNEY 10
FIJI’S GOLD MINES Big Profits—And Very Big Taxes 10
TROUT FOR N. GUINEA “Operation Flying Fish” 11
QANTAS EXTEND NG SERVICE 11
NO JAPS ARE WANTED HERE Impertinent Flan for Mass Migration to South Pacific Lands 11
Promotion for P. D. Macdonald of Fiji 11
SAMOA AGAINST BRITISH PREFERENTIAL TARIFF Desire To Revert to Pre-1914 System 12
C. SULLIVAN LTD. EXTENDS TO AMERICA 12
FIJIAN POLICE ARREST INDIAN SPEEDSTERS 12
FIJI LAND-AGITATION FIRMLY DISCREDITED BY GOVERNOR 13
'RINE'! Snarling Generals And The New Guinea War 13
LOATHSOME! Jap-Snail Invasion of New Ireland 13
MORE DELAY IK ROSE BAY FLYING-BOAT CASE 13
Advertising 14
SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION Substantial Progress In One Year 15 , 17
FIJI POLICE OFFICERS 45 YEARS AGO 15
Advertising 15 , 16 , 17
Copra Sacks May Be Scarcer and Dearer Next Year 18
Advertising 18
UNKNOWN N. GUINEA Patrol Now Examining Central-Western Region 18
PACIFIC FRANC Devaluation Causes Irritation In French Colonies 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
HV Royal Flight Now Fiji Governor’s Yacht 20
Islanders Do Well From Pearling Activities 20
Advertising 20
Overwhelming Result of Fijis Anti-TBAppeal 21
2,000 MILES IN 26 FT. LAUNCH 21
Advertising 21 , 22
DEATH OF FARRELL Arch-Villain of New Guinea Timber Case 23
BSI Plantation Co. Shows Profit 23
NZ AND FRANCE HAVE AIR AGREEMENT 23 , 24
Advertising 23
RABAUL ROUNDABOUT 24 , 25
Advertising 24
NAURU’S SULKY COMMUNITIES Time Has Come for a New Outlook 25
Advertising 25 , 26
Difficulties of Small Gold Cos. In Papua-New Guinea 26
Tai Shek's Appeal Case on December 15 First of its Kind in Fiji 26
AUTOMATIC TELEPHONES PROPOSED FOR SUVA 26
RED TAPE IN FRENCH OCEANIA Discouragement of Casual Travellers 27 , 28
Advertising 27
The Other Side of the Picture 28 , 29
Advertising 28
A Plea For The ‘Little People’ 29
MIRANDA BATTERED TO DEATH IN SUVA SQUALL 29
Advertising 29 , 30
FIJI DOES NOT NOW NEED MORE EXPORT TAX 31
The Twinkle in Your Eye COMES FROM ACTIVE DIGESTION 31
Advertising 31
AUSTRALIAN-SAMOAN TRADE A Good Chance Is Being Missed 32
Advertising 32
MILLIONS FOR FIJI Plans For Development and Social Services 33
Advertising 33 , 34
All Quiet on Fiji’s Industrial Front Governor Reviews Position 35
Advertising 35
FIJI REPRESENTATIVES AT EMPIRE GAMES 36
Advertising 36
SOUTH AFRICAN YACHT ON WORLD CRUISE 36
DUTCH LEAVING INDONESIA 40,000 For Western New Guinea 37
PAY RISE FOR FIJI CIVIL SERVANTS MOOTED 37
Advertising 37 , 38
MACLAREN-KING II 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
DEATH OF CAPTAIN W. H. LUFF 40
MORRIS HEDSTROM SCHOLARSHIP AWARD FOR 1950 40
TAHITI WANTS TOURIST TRAFFIC Travellers Are Eager But There Is No Transport 41
SDA Takes Natives to Youth Congress in Australia 41
Advertising 41 , 42
Tongan Traditions Observed Important Nukualofa Wedding 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
Newsletter from the N.G. Highl'ds 44
WESTERN PAPUA NOTES 45
Advertising 45 , 46
PUBLIC WORKS AT SAMARAI What W and H Team Has Done 47
LONDON LINGUIST VISITS BSI 47
Advertising 47 , 48
Devaluation Means Dear Flour for Fiji And Dearer Petroleum Products 48
Last Americans Leaving Guadalcanal Seven Years After Marines First Landed 48
Are Pacific Candlenuts Unsaleable? 49
RADIO-TELEPHONE BETWEEN NOUMEA-VILA 49
Advertising 49 , 50
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories' Talk-Talk 51 , 52
Still on Deck After 176 Years! 51
Skyway to the Highlands 52
Highland Skyways and Highland Lassies 52
Pago Pago Disillusioned These Hopeful Pilgrims 53 , 67
Come in to Kutubu 54 , 55
Trapicalities 55 , 56
LET’S GO EXPLORE NEW HOLLAND 56
Of Falling Leaves, Trees and Other Things 57
WHERE DEAD SHIPS LIE 58
Advertising 59 , 60
MODERN FIJIAN EXAMINED BY OLD RESIDENT 60 , 61
OPENING NEW SOUTH COAST ROAD, W. SAMOA 61
Advertising 61 , 62
Population of Moturiki, Fiji, Will Be “Mass Educated” Next Year 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
BAPTISTS ENTER MISSION FIELD New Station In New Guinea Highlands 65
Christening at Vanikoro 65
Advertising 65 , 66
DEATH OF MR. D. H. WARD 67 , 68
Advertising 67
W. Samoa Legislative Assembly Keenly Debates Territory Affairs 68 , 69 , 71 , 72
Advertising 68 , 69 , 70 , 71 , 72
SAMOAN EAGERNESS FOR EDUCATION 72 , 73
TONGA'S FINANCE MINISTER DIES IN SUVA 73
Advertising 73 , 74
The Gentle Art of Dentistry—New Guinea Highlands Style 75
Advertising 75
Rising Cost of Fiji Health Service 76
MORMON MISSIONARIES IN W. SAMOA 76
Advertising 76
LIQUOR LAW EQUALITY STRUGGLE Fiji Government Abandons Its Thorny Bill 77
DEATH OF H. B. HARRICKS 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
Popua-NG Local Services 85
PROMINENT SUVA CHINESE MERCHANT DIES 85
NEW SET-UP FOR W. SAMOA PUBLIC SERVICE 85
Six Yards of Rain! 85
Advertising 85 , 86
WILLIAM J. HETTIG, PIONEER, DIES IN TONGA 87
ONE NAUGHTY NINETIES’ DAY IN SUVA 87 , 88
Advertising 87
THE REV. MO PUI SAM RETIRES FROM RABAUL 88
Advertising 88
FIJI BOWLERS FOR EMPIRE GAMES 88
BIG DREDGE SINKS Unfortunate Accident In New Guinea 89
WEDDING IN W. SAMOA 89
OLD-TIMERS RETIRE FROM NEW GUINEA 89
Advertising 89 , 90
THE MONTH IN MORESBY 91 , 92 , 93 , 95
Advertising 91 , 92 , 93 , 94
TAKING MOVIES TO DREKETI 95 , 96
Advertising 95 , 96
POPULAR DO AND WIFE LEAVE KAVIENG 96
NEW IRELAND NOTES 97
Advertising 97 , 98
Rabaul—Weddings and Travellers From Our Own Correspondent 99 , 100
Advertising 99
Cutter Lost on Reef in Fiji 100
Advertising 100
New Cabaret-Restaurant In Rahaul 101
Advertising 101 , 102
SULLEN NATIVES Missionary’s Report From Solomon Islands 103
Advertising 103 , 104
Norfolk Island Notes 104 , 105
Advertising 105
ISLANDS PRODUCE 106
Advertising 106
PRICE OF GOLD 106
Exchange Rates 106
Advertising 107 , 108

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