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Rules for, and reports on, catechists

  • AU PMB MS 449
  • Coleção
  • 1890 - 1919

See PMB 432

Rules for catechists, 1890; and reports on catechists, 1919

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Notes on the anthropology, myths, legends, ornithology and Catholic Missions of Fiji

  • AU PMB MS 439
  • Coleção
  • c.1891-1925

See PMB 432

The papers are:<BR>1. 'Quelques Notes sur Fiji, les Fijiens et la Religion Catholique a Fiji'<BR>2. 'Conference sur les Meke fidjiens', by Father C.M. Flaus, SM<BR>3. 'La Culte des Morts a Fiji a l'Ouest et a l'Interieur', by Father J. de Marzan, SM<BR>4. Notes on the Roman Catholic Mission in Fiji, 1925, by Father J. Oreve, SM<BR>5. 'Superstitions Rewiennes', 1891, by E.R. (i.e. Father E. Rougier, SM)<BR>6. Notes on 'Le Deluge ... aux Fijis', by Father J. de Marzan, SM<BR>7. 'Noms des Oiseaux ... de Namosi', by Father J.L. Guinard, SM

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Correspondence with government

  • AU PMB MS 436
  • Coleção
  • 1891 - 1898

See PMB 432

Correspondence with government. Includes letters regarding the depopulation of Pacific islands following European colonisation, with particular reference to Fiji (1891-92). Please see also PMB 434/435

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Correspondence with Marist Sisters

  • AU PMB MS 464
  • Coleção
  • 1892 - 1930

The Marist Sisters arrived in Levuka from Lyons, France, on 28 March 1892. See also PMB 432

Correspondence with Marist Sisters.

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Correspondence with the Petites Soeurs

  • AU PMB MS 465
  • Coleção
  • 1893 - 1930

The Petites Soeurs, first known as 'Vukevuke' or 'helpers', are now (1972) known as Sisters of Our Lady of Nazareth (SOLN). See also PMB 432

Correspondence with the Petites Soeurs. Most of the correspondence is in Fijian.

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Miscellaneous unpublished items

  • AU PMB MS 463
  • Coleção
  • c.1894 - 1928

See PMB 432

The items are:<BR>1. Accounts of Fijian secret societies - le 'vaki ou nanaga'; les Kalou Vatu; le keibuca; les kai nakauvadra. (These are contained in a small exercise book and are thought to have been written by Father J. de Marzan, SM.) <BR>2. Brief histories of Fiji mission stations - Tailevu, Tunuloa, Naiserelagi, Suva, Ba and Yasawa, Kadavu, Lomary, Rotuma - and lists of principal dates.<BR><BR>3. A 'sketch' entitled 'Slavery in Fiji'. It is dated Levuka, Fiji, 22 June 1894 and is said to be a translation of a German 'communication' in the Geographische Gesellshaft (sic) of 1895. The author states that he had spent 23 years in the Pacific, 'the last twelve of them in Fiji'.:<BR> 4. Correspondence, 1903, concerning alleged Bible burnings.:<BR>5. Church statistics, 1900-19.:<BR>6. Reports on native clergy, 1921-22.:<BR>7. An abridged Fijian grammar - 'Petit abrege de Grammaire Vitienne'. It bears the name of Father A. Deniau, SM, but does not appear to be in his handwriting.:<BR>8. Letters re medical matters to and from Bishop J. Vidal, 1906-10, and Bishop C.J. Nicolas, 1924-28.:<BR>9. An account of a visit to Lau by Father J.M. Oreve, SM, dated Suva, 30 August 1923.:<BR>10. 'Notes concernant l'Imprimerie', by Father P. Clement, SM, dated 'retraite 1922'.:<BR>11. Papers relating to Father J.V. Pujebet's removal from Nukunau Island, Gilbert Islands, 1917-1919.

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Correspondence and miscellaneous papers on education

  • AU PMB MS 454
  • Coleção
  • 1895 - 1929

See PMB 432

The documents are:<BR>1. Correspondence and miscellaneous papers on education, 1895-98<BR>2. School inspection reports, 1903-08<BR>3. Legislation on schools, 1917-18<BR>4. Correspondence and miscellaneous papers on education, 1910-29

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