National Geographic : 1937 Aug
Photograph from London News Agency HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS DIVES IN TO HELP FIJIANS ROUND UP FISH The Duke of Gloucester (right), now third in line of succession to the British Throne, joins native fishermenatthe island ofMbengga, near Suva. Throwing stones and beating the water with sticks and canoe paddles, the Fijians drive fish into their net, held in place by floats (foreground). Added excitement issometimes provided when a shark turns up inside the ring of men as they close in on their prey. The Pilgrim's visit to Suva was marked by ahumorous encounter with a Government inspector who searched the yacht for stowaways in the form of Samoan beetles (page 243).