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The Solomons News Drum (Honiara)

  • AU PMB DOC 415
  • Coleção
  • October 1974, February 1975-April 1982

'The Solomons News Drum' was a weekly newspaper published by the Solomon Islands Government. A trial edition was published on 25 Oct 1974 followed by a further 366 issues published from 7 Feb 1975 until 7 May 1982. The name of the newspaper changed to the 'News Drum' in July 1979. Its predecessor was the 'BSI News Sheet'; it was succeeded by 'Solomon Islands News'.

Reel 1 'The Solomon News Drum' trial edition 25 Oct 1974; Nos.1-46, 7 Feb-19 Dec 1975;
Reel 2 Nos.47-96, 9 Jan-17 Dec 1976;
Reel 3 Nos.97-147, 7 Jan-23 Dec 1977;
Reel 4 Nos.148-195, 13 Jan-22 Dec 1977; Nos.196-220, 12 Jan-29 Jun 1979; 'News Drum' Nos.221-245, 6 Jul-21 Dec 1979;
Reel 5 Nos.246-295, 11 Jan-19 Dec 1980;
Reel 6 Nos.296-348, 9 Jan-25 Dec 1981; Nos. 349-360, 362, 8 Jan-9 Apr 1982.

The Solomons News Drum (Honiara)

Worin village, Dopet and Nakom hamlets, register of the Uruwa native district of the Huon Peninsular, Morobe District.

These Patrol Officer field notebooks are about the Worin village of the Huon Peninsular in the Morobe District of New Guinea. Edwin Ernst Styants primarily kept the first register, but during the period 1944-1946, Patrol Officers L. Williams, Stuart Rylands and A.J. Leyden also recorded their observations and findings. The register includes clear instructions and orders on how to compile or record the names of village men and women and their dates of birth if known. Patrol officers recorded the names of all the village and hamlets inhabitants including those who were absent on indentured labour recruitments. The details recorded provided valuable and useful census data for the colonial authorities. This data formed the basis of the inspecting officer of the Department of District Services to crosscheck all births, deaths, migrations or relocations.

This register also lists the names of village or group, hamlets, native district, Luluai, Tultul, Medical Tultul by the Patrol Officer. There are blank pages for patrolling officers to enter their notes and instructions for the inspecting officers of the Department of District Services. The first register lists Uron as the Luluai of the Dopet hamlet and Dingson of the Nakom hamlet. Tultul MUSU of Mumbok served for 24 years and was presented a signed certificate of his services at Mumeng on 22nd October 1962. The Medical Tutul was SIWI of Dopet hamlet.

Of note in the first register is an entry stating that Tultul Dunjiyong wielded considerable power and was instrumental in giving full assistance to Peter Ryan during the Second World War. Ryan was the author of ‘Fear Drive My Feet’, a classic memoir of his time patrolling isolated regions of New Guinea during World War 2/World War II.

Soukup, Martin

Worin village, combined villages of Mup and Mamit hamlets, register of the Uruwa native district of the Huon Peninsular, Morobe District.

The second Village Register is divided into the following columns:

Males, Females, Estimated or known Year of birth. The entries in these columns have their original native names and often lists husband and wife but also whether the adult member of the village lives on his or her own.

General information on condition of roads, tracks, water supplies, gardens, distances between the villages as well as sanitation and latrines. All are hand written by the visiting Patrol Officers.

Soukup, Martin

Worin village registers

  • AU PMB MS 1434
  • Coleção
  • 4 March 1940 - 17 July 1972

These Patrol Officer field notebooks are about the Worin village of the Huon Peninsular in the Morobe District of New Guinea. Edwin Ernst Styants primarily kept the first register, but during the period 1944-1946, Patrol Officers L. Williams, Stuart Rylands and A.J. Leyden also recorded their observations and findings. The register includes clear instructions and orders on how to compile or record the names of village men and women and their dates of birth if known. Patrol officers recorded the names of all the village and hamlets inhabitants including those who were absent on indentured labour recruitments. The details recorded provided valuable and useful census data for the colonial authorities. This data formed the basis of the inspecting officer of the Department of District Services to crosscheck all births, deaths, migrations or relocations.

This register also lists the names of village or group, hamlets, native district, Luluai, Tultul, Medical Tultul by the Patrol Officer. There are blank pages for patrolling officers to enter their notes and instructions for the inspecting officers of the Department of District Services. The first register lists Uron as the Luluai of the Dopet hamlet and Dingson of the Nakom hamlet. Tultul MUSU of Mumbok served for 24 years and was presented a signed certificate of his services at Mumeng on 22nd October 1962. The Medical Tutul was SIWI of Dopet hamlet.

Of note in the first register is an entry stating that Tultul Dunjiyong wielded considerable power and was instrumental in giving full assistance to Peter Ryan during the Second World War. Ryan was the author of ‘Fear Drive My Feet’, a classic memoir of his time patrolling isolated regions of New Guinea during World War 2/World War II.

The second Village Register is divided into the following columns:
Males, Females, Estimated or known Year of birth. The entries in these columns have their original native names and often lists husband and wife but also whether the adult member of the village lives on his or her own.

General information on condition of roads, tracks, water supplies, gardens, distances between the villages as well as sanitation and latrines. All are hand written by the visiting Patrol Officers.

Soukup, Martin

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 766
  • Coleção
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 765 - correspondence etc. 1903-09.

  • Micronesian Mission Women's Board - correspondence, 1909-27, from Kusaie, Ocean Island, Truk and Jaluit. The correspondents are Elizabeth Baldwin, Jane Baldwin, Mrs Irving Channon, Jessie Hoppin, Mathilda Maas, Jennie Olin, Thomas Pratt, Louise Wilson and Marion Woodward (continued on PMB 767).

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 764
  • Coleção
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 763 - Micronesian Mission Women's Board - correspondence 1870-1904.

  • Micronesian Mission Women's Board - correspondence, 1870-1904 (letters P-Z), mainly from Kusaie. The correspondents are Annette Palmer, Harriet Pease, Dr Edmund Pease, Francis Price, Sarah Price, Carrie Rand, Frank Rand, Sarah Smith, Lydia Snow, M.L. Stimson, Mrs Whitney and Louise Wilson (continued on PMB 765).

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 761
  • Coleção
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 760 - Volume 19: correspondence etc. 1920-29.
Log of the Morning Star (Capt. George Garland), 1 November 1882 - 1 March 1884 of missionary voyages to the Caroline, Gilbert and Marshall Islands. The vessel was wrecked at Kusaie and sold at auction.
Newspaper clippings, chiefly from the Missionary Herald, January 1870 - April 1884, concerning the mission to Micronesia (continued on PMB 762).

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 758
  • Coleção
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 757 - Volume 17: correspondence 1900-09.
Volume 18: Reports, estimates, financial statements and correspondence, 1910-19, from mission stations on Abaiang, Kusaie, Guam, Ocean Island, Nauru, Majuro and Jaluit. The correspondents are Elizabeth Baldwin, Jane Baldwin, Herbert E.B. Case, Irving Channon, Salome and Philip Delaporte, Richard Grenfell, Carl Heine, Jessie R. Hoppin, Effa Lanbach, Charles Maas, M.S. Maas, Alya Meitzner, C. Rife, Marion P. Wells, Louise Wilson, T.J. Woodward, and Marion Woodward (continued on PMB 759 and 760).

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

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