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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXII, No. 6 (Jan., 1952)
Pages
132
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
SHIPPING TIME-TABLES 5
IRWAYS TIME-TABLES 5 , 7 , 9 , 10 , 11
Advertising 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 13
Advertising 13
IN THIS ISSUE 14
Advertising 14
Pacific Islands Monthly 15
Why South Pacific Commission Should Be Given a New Status 15 , 16
ANNEXATION? 16
The MBE for M. J. Leahy! 16
ALL NORFOLK IS. MAIL BY AIR 16
STABILISATION’S £3,000,001 Some Interesting Possibilitie 16
Fall of Rabaui Anniversary 16
SIR RONALD GARVEY New Governor of Fiji 17
NEW YEAR HONOURS 17
KEEP OUT! Australia and the Trustee Planners 17
New Suva Medical School 17
ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES Next Moves In W. Pacific Awaited 18
COPRA RATES 18
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 19
BURNS PHILP SHIPPING RESHUFFLE 20
Do You Remember? 20
MV MALEKULA To Enter New Guinea Servi Shortly 20
NEGRO PRIEST FOR NEW GUINE 20
HURRICANE IN N. HEBRIDES KILLS OVER 100 21
Tofua Enters Islands Service 21
MOF Sugar Price Now Close To World Parity £38/10/-Stg Per Ton In 1952 22
TO TAHITI TEAL’s New Service Is Commenced 22
1,400 Miles With Peanut In Lung 22
First Indian Deputy Mayor of Suv 22
RAIN WASHES OUT WAU-LABU ROAD 22
FIJI BATTALION Memorable Scenes on Departure for Malaya 23
Methodist Church And The Malaya Battalion 23
FOR COOK IS. Resident Commisioner Appointed 23
ITALIANS TO SOLVE HEBRIDES LABOUR TROUBLES 23
Advertising 24
WILKINSON RELEASED He Has No Remedy at Law 25
NEW COCONUT MILL IN RABAUL 25
Advertising 25 , 26
WV POLURRIAN OEPARTED FOR RABAUL, NG 27
Suva’s New Mayor 27
Advertising 27 , 28
Rabaul Weddings 28
THE MONTH IN PAPUA-N. GUINEA 29 , 30 , 31 , 32 , 33 , 34
Advertising 29 , 30 , 31 , 32 , 33 , 34
The Rev. John Goldie in h 34
SPATC Recommends Tbird Runway for Nadi 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE SIR PETER BUCK 36
REAL TAHITI Two Writers in Defence of French Colony 37 , 39
Advertising 37 , 38
£lO,OOO CARGO OF KUMERAS DESTROYED 39
Advertising 39
Vernon Memorial Hospital —No Theatre 40
Advertising 40
Cerebral Malaria Victims 40
Travellers 41
Advertising 41 , 42
RAWHITI JOINS THE NAVI IN PERU 42
‘BOONG-BASHING’ Silly Talk by Tasmanian Socialist 43
Advertising 43 , 44
Mt. Lamington Evacuees Need More than Houses 44
Hoodoo Name For A Ship 45
Advertising 45 , 46
Scouting in Western Samoa 47
Fiji Sisters 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
PRE-EUROPEAN HISTORY OF NEW CALEDONIA 48
WORLD FULL OF PEN FRIEND 48
INEPTITUDE AND WASTE Attacks on W & H Department 49
TOKELAU ISLANDS 49
BIG YACHT FOR LUXURY PACIFIC TOURS 49
New Bridge for Apia 49
Advertising 49 , 50
CRITICISM OF G. AND E. COLONY 51
Sandy Creek Returns 51
Advertising 51
MADANG NOTES 52
Advertising 52
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 53 , 56 , 57
Advertising 53 , 54 , 55 , 56 , 57
SOAP FACTORY FOR APIA 57
Advertising 58
Agricultural Experts ii New Guinea Grass As Substitute for Jut[?] 58
NORFOLK ISLAND NOTES 59
BUTTER ON NG TREES 59 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
FIJI RESIDENTS’ GENEROSITY TO LEPROSY PATIENTS 60
Beauty Treatment Urged For Suva Town 61
ANOTHER SHIP FOR CALEDONIAHEBRIDES TRADE 61
Advertising 61 , 62
MAGAZINE SECTION 63
THE HEBRIDES IN PICTURES 63
TUSI COOKA (Cookery Book, to You) IN ELLICE LANGUAGE 64
Crossquiz—No. 25 64 , 68
Tropicalities 65 , 66
ALCOHOLIC MEMORIES Old Timer Bemoans the Fact That Drinking Has Become Faddenised 66
MAKATEA—The Third Phosphate Island 67 , 68
Reminiscences of A Match- Maker 69
“WHY DOESN’T SOMEONE TELL ME THESE THINGS . . .” 69 , 72
Advertising 70 , 71 , 72
ISLANDS PRAYERS FOI PEACE Mystic Statue Arouses Religious Fervour 72 , 73
Memory of 35 Years Ago 73
Advertising 73 , 74
RABAUL SOCIAL LIFE 75
Advertising 75
Weary, Dreary People Put Some GO Into Your Lite 75 , 76
Advertising 76
IHE STORY OF T. E. BINKLEY 77 , 79 , 80
Advertising 77 , 78 , 79 , 80
NEWS NOTES FROM THI NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS 80 , 81
New Tongan Church 81
Advertising 81
Prizes Announced islands Script Competition 82
Advertising 82
NG WOMEN HOLD XMAS PARTY IN BRISBANE 82
COCOA PLANTING IN P-NG Official Enthusiasm : But Where is Land and Labour ? 83 , 85 , 86
Advertising 83 , 84 , 85 , 86
MACGREGOR CLUB 86
Canton Island Plants 86
ehind the Scenes In the Solomons 87
FAMOUS MUSEUM 87
Advertising 87 , 88
NEW FUELLING ORGANISATION IN TAHITI 89
Advertising 89
DR. THIEME APPOINTED 90
DOLLARS FOR W. SAMO 90
Advertising 90
Vhence the Polynesians ? ew Survey of A Fascinating Subject 91 , 93 , 94 , 95 , 97
Advertising 91 , 92 , 93 , 94 , 95 , 96
RECORDS OF OLD HAWAII 97
How to Save Your Drowned Camera 97 , 98
Advertising 97 , 98
Long Drought Ends In Suva Dry Conditions Continue In Lau 98
NG CLUB’S SYDNEY PARTY VOTED “BEST EVER” 99 , 100
Advertising 99 , 100
PACIFIC TRAVELLERS 100 , 101
Strange Visitors 101
HERE’S HOPE For A Persistent Worry 101
Advertising 101
FOR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 102
Advertising 102
lap Shipping Cos. Co Enter Australasian Trade 103
Advertising 103
Increase of Petty Crime In Samoa 104
Advertising 104
Jevelopments It The lura Medical School 105
Advertising 105 , 106
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 107 , 108 , 109 , 110
Advertising 107 , 108 , 109 , 110
W. SAMOAN TRADE IN 195 110
AIRFIELD FOR OCEAN IS.? 111
ANOTHER DISPOSALS FORTUNE FROM P-N. GUINEA 111
Advertising 111 , 112
Sport in Rabaul 112
MULIAMA SAILS—AND SAILS AGAIN 113
Advertising 113 , 114
OUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION What Was Done in 1951 115
Sudden death of Mr. W. H. Carpenter 115 , 116
Advertising 115 , 116
THE HOUSE THAT WAHLEN BUILT 116
SUCCESS OF P-NG’s NEW COUNCIL Encouraging Signs As Seen in Retrospect 117 , 118 , 119
Advertising 117 , 118 , 119
BP’s EXPAND STORE HOLDINGS IN E. AUSTRALIA 120
Advertising 120
TO GUARD THE VALUE OF PACIFIC FRANC 120
MELBOURNE WOMEN’S PARTY 120
ANOTHER “OPERATION” 121
Advertising 121 , 122
CHRISTMAS PARTY! 6¼ Tough Days on the Kokoda Trail 123
SHIPPING FACILITIES IN THE SOLOMONS 123
Advertising 123
PITCAIRN FATALITY 124
Advertising 124
ILLEGAL LINE-UPS IN NEW GUINEA 124
Yacht Represents Port Moresby 124
MW PHASE IN OIL SEARCH pua’s Peculiar Formation Has Been Beaten 125
STUDENTS FROM NAURU 125
Advertising 125 , 126
SMALL SHIP NEWS 126
ORNANT BECOMES IE ARO BUT JINX REMAINS 126
Advertising 127 , 128
THREE ATTACKS BY NG NATIVES 129
Advertising 129
ISLANDS PRODUCE 130
Advertising 130
LONDON PRICES 130
ISLANDS MINING SHARE 130
EXCHANGE RATES 130
Advertising 131 , 132

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