Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXIII, No. 3 ( Oct. 1, 1952)
Images
140
Notes
Text cut at centre of page due to tight binding.
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
SHIPPING TIME-TABLES 5 , 6 , 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
SPC Tasks as Seen in Village Schools and Rhino Beetles 15 , 16
At The Suva Medical School 16
FIJI’S NEW GOVERNOR 17
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 18 , 122
Papua Rubber Planters In Trouble 19
P-NG ADMINISTRATOR 19
NEW CALEDONIA’S POLITICAL CRISIS 19
Australia’s £ Looks Pitiful In N. Caledonia 20 , 21
Do You Remember? 20
Sanft-Wogram Wedding 21
TERRITORES TALK-TALK 21 , 22
WAKE LEVELLED BY TYPHOON 22
Islands Section of Sydney C of C Reformed 22
Death of A. E. Evenett 22
Bulolo Passengers to P-Mi 22
World Copra Market British Agreement Producers Now Have Advantage 23
Auckland home for Queen Salote 23
Tonga May Go To Par With Stg. 23
ongan Legislative Assembly, 1951-53 23
Advertising 24
AORANGI TO WITHDRAW NEXT YEAR Too Old, Say Owners 25 , 27 , 28
Advertising 25 , 26 , 27
New Commissioner Visits British Western Pacifh 28 , 29 , 30
Advertising 28 , 29 , 30
J. K. MURRAY ROW GOES ON Planners Have Day Out In Newcastle 31 , 33
Advertising 31 , 32 , 33 , 34
LAST ISLANDS FLIGHT] OF NZNAC TEAL Includes Samoa And Takes Over 34 , 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
Insurance Co. Pays On Expired Policy 37
Normoyle-Williamson Wedding 37
Advertising 37 , 38
Iwahou Disappears At Sea Movick'S Strange Premonition 39 , 40
Advertising 39 , 40
Minor Fire in Matua 40
DISMANTLING OF BSI AIRFIELDS And Communications Problems 41 , 43
Advertising 41 , 42 , 43
‘FLYING BUTCHER’S CART’ FOR NORFOLK IS. 44
Advertising 44
Encouraging Results From BSI Cocoa Experiments 45 , 47 , 48
Advertising 45 , 46 , 47 , 48
INDONESIA AND THE PEIPING PEACE FARCE: 48
THE ‘TYRANNY’ OF RICE NG Veteran Urges An Alternative 49
Advertising 49 , 50
Lautoka is One Step Nearer a New Wharf 51
Memorial to Coastwatchers 51
Advertising 51
P-NG IMPORTS KENAF SEED 52
Advertising 52
Rabaul’s Emergency Exits 52
DETERIORATION Dr. Jacomb Does Not Like To-day’s Islands Conditions 53
Advertising 53 , 54
NZ Soccer Players Beat Indians And All Fiji Residents Hold Post-Mortems 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
To Lift Niue Copra 56
CATTLE-RAISING POSSIBILITIES IN NEW GUINEA Interesting Signs of a Developing Industry 57 , 59 , 60
Advertising 57 , 58 , 59
COOK ISLANDS FINANCES AND FIGURES 60 , 61
Advertising 60 , 61
KLM In West N. Guinea 61
Advertising 62
TONGA’S VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN AGAINST BEETLE 63
Maui Pomare Passengers 63
Advertising 63
Possible New Use for NG Timber 64
Advertising 64
COLLECTION OF PACIFIC MATERIAL OFFERED 64
Tait-Keating Wedding 64
Advertising 64
COCOA INDUSTRY FOR CAROLINE ISLANDS 65
Health Services Grow With Rabaul 65
Advertising 65 , 66
MAGAZINE SECTION Tropicalities 67 , 68 , 73 , 74
Digoel River Journey 69
Nothing Ever Happens Here 70 , 71
Red Letter Day 71
Reluctant Voyager 71
BOOK REVIEWS— Of Befores and Behinds 72
The Beachcombers Farewell to His District 72
RECIPE CORNER 72
Pioneer's Tale: He Was a Guest of the Government 73
Advertising 75 , 76
1952 Report Shows That: Papuans Make Keen Scouts 76 , 77
SCHOOL FOR NURSES ESTABLISHED AT NIUE 77
NAC Shows Profit, At Last 77
Advertising 77 , 78
Lack of Progress In Fiii 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
Indians Protest About Increased Rents 81
Fijians and Indians Differ Over What is Sacred 81
Advertising 81 , 82
FOR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 83 , 84 , 85
Advertising 83 , 84
Radio NZ Changes 85
Back to Swan Hill 85
Advertising 85 , 86
Rural Local Government Plan For Fiji 87
TAHITI NOTES 87 , 88
Advertising 87 , 88
A VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY 88
Long-Awaited New Hotel For Suva 89
S. African Tour for Fijians? 89
Advertising 89 , 90
Palmerston Island “Off The Air” 91
COST OF SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION 91
Trees of the Western Pacific 91
Advertising 91
Samoans Play Football In Auckland 92
Advertising 92
Notes from Norfolk Island 92
GIVING A SHIP A NAME Manam Becomes Ai Sokula 93
National Geographic Society Ocean Expedition 93
Advertising 93 , 94
Education Progress in the Cook Is. 95
New Airways Office In Suva 95
Advertising 95
TROCHUS MARKET “COLLAPSED” 96
Advertising 96
NEW ASIATIC COLONY IN NEW HEBRIDES What Followed Breakdown of Tonkinese Indentures 97 , 99 , 100
Advertising 97 , 98 , 99 , 100
Air Tahiti Temporarily Ceases 100
P-NG’s Secondary School Discussed Again 101
Advertising 101 , 102
HIGH-GRADE MANGANESE ON MANGAIA 103
Hennings-Miller Wedding 103
Advertising 103
Jap Labour for N. Caledonia Protests in Australia 104 , 105
Advertising 104
Arrivals in Auckland on Tofua 105
Advertising 105 , 106
September Malaita Travellers 106
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 107 , 108 , 109
Advertising 107 , 108
Cook Islands Soon to Lose Eight Minutes 109
Advertising 109 , 110
RABADI STILL P-NG CINDERELLA TOWN Now Has a Site but No Money 111
Advertising 111
Higher Prices for Imports; Lower Prices for Cocoa 112
Advertising 112
If You Want a Husband—Go North, Young Lady 113
Advertising 113 , 114
145 CO-OPERATIVES More Information Wanted About New Guinea 114
NEWS OF THE SMALL SHIPS 115 , 116 , 117 , 119 , 120 , 121
Advertising 115 , 116 , 117 , 118 , 119 , 120
HEALTH IS NOT RUINING TONGANS” 121 , 123
Advertising 121 , 122 , 123 , 124
Sione, TokeSau Castaway, Is Going Home 124 , 125
Advertising 125
New Projects For S. Pacific Commission 126
Advertising 126
Sir Hubert Murray Me moria Fund 126
Cool-Store for Rarotonga 126
TWO VIEWS ABOUT FIJI TOURISM Conference Held in Suva 127 , 129
Advertising 127 , 128
DREDGE SWALLOWS UP BULOLO AERODROME 129
He Likes Papuan Rubber 129
Advertising 129
Nauru Notes 130
Advertising 130
OLD PLANTER OUTSPOKEN ON P-NG CONDITION Plea That Canberra Leave Top Man Alone 131 , 133
Advertising 131 , 132
Zanzidar Wasps for P-NG 133
Advertising 133
CHINESE IN NEW HEBRIDES Political Affiliations 134
Advertising 134 , 135 , 136
RAIL OF WAR IN NC 137
Banana Prospects in South Pacific 137
Advertising 137
ISLANDS PRODUCE 138
Advertising 138
ISLANDS MINING SHARE 138
EXCHANGE RATES 138
Advertising 139 , 140

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