Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXII, No. 9 (Apr., 1952)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANADS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
SHIPPING TIME-TABLES 5
AIRWAYS TIME-TABLES 5 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
Advertising 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
COOK ISLANDS SUNDAY Mission Bodies in Lively Discussion 11
Advertising 11 , 12
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 13
Advertising 13
IN THIS ISSUE: 14
Advertising 14
Pacific Islands Monthly The Newspaper-Magazine of the South Seas 15
S. Pacific’s Number One Problem—Native Education System 15 , 16
New Guinea, Samoa, In Annual Farce At Lake Success 16 , 17
The Hasluck-Cleland Driving Force in Papua-New Guinea 17
SIR RONALD GARVEY Due in Suva in August 17
TOA Withdraws NG Service 17
POLITICAL CRISIS IN NEW CALEDONIA 18
EXON-COTTEE WEDDING 18
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 19
Severe Fall in Copra Prices 20
STARTLING TAXATION DEMANDS High Court Cases Affect P-NG 20
BSI AWAITS US NEW HEAD Future of New Hebrides Connection Still Unknown 20
HOTELS ON THE ‘CORAL ROUTE’ 20
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY IN ‘PIDGIN’ 20
WATCH GUAM ! Strong Challenge to Hongkong 21
Who’s The Champion ? 21
Servicemen’s Parliament P-NG 21
SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION 22
GALATHEA REPORTS PROLIFIC FISH-LIFE 22
PROSPERITY IN SAMOA 22
INQUIRY ABOUT NEW GUINEA TAXES 22
This England 22
FRANCE-FIJI Shipping Connection Restored 23
CURIOUS ANGLE ON N. GUINEA ‘STATUS’ 23
G Factories Cannot Compete Against Ceylon 23
Do You Remember? 23
Advertising 24
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 25 , 27 , 28
Advertising 25 , 26 , 27 , 28
MORE JUTE NOW AVAILABLE Future of Kenaf Industry 28 , 29
Advertising 29
Development Afoot In P-N. Guinea 30
Advertising 30
BOG-HOLES AND RED CARPETS FOR NG’S POLITICAL GUESTS 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
YOUR FUNGUS, SHARK-FINS ETC. ARE VALUABLE 33
Advertising 33 , 34
NEW IRELAND METALS 35
Memorial Service to King George VI 35
ADO SMITH NOT GUILTY 35
Advertising 35
TOURIST HOTEL FOR RAROTONGA 36
Advertising 36
[?]ively Developments [?]n The [?]OP Industry 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
Moresby Has Cars— Also Export Restrictions 38
[?]IJIAN PRODUCER IS NOT FREE [?] orthright Charges By An Old Resident 39 , 40 , 41
Advertising 39 , 40
Rhinoceros Beetle New Precautions in Fiji 41
Advertising 41 , 42
W. & H. FRUSTRATION CAUSED A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN 43
THANKS FOR DONATIONS 43
Advertising 43
Sir Alport Barker Resigns From Council 44
£5,000 CLAIM FOR ALLEGED WRONGFUL DISMISSAL 44
Advertising 44
fforts to Boost Samoan banana Production 45
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FOR WESTERN SAMOA 45
FIJI’S BANANA EXPORTS DOWN TO 1,095 GASES 45 , 47 , 48
Advertising 45 , 46 , 47 , 48
FIJI INCREASES POSTAL RATES 48
THE GENEROSITY OF BANABANS OF RABI 49 , 51
Advertising 49 , 50
Inquiry Into Death of Roger Cornillac 51
Advertising 51
FIJI’S NEW MANGANESE INDUSTRY 52
Advertising 52
Maui Pomare Resumes Service 52
END OF PROMISING NEW BRITAIN INDUSTRY 53
Advertising 53 , 54
THE HEBRIDES, TOO, HAD A HURRICANE RC’s Report Shows Great Loss of Life, Plantation Damage 55 , 56 , 57
Advertising 55 , 56
Italian Copra-Cutters Walk Off Report on Hebrides Labour Experiment 57
Advertising 57 , 58
Fiji Needs More Taxation Inspectors Comment on Indian Tax Returns 59
w. SAMOA’S NEW STAMPS 59 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
POLIO OUTBREAK IN CENTRAL PACIFIC 60
COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 61
US Decoration for J. K. McCarthy 61
Advertising 61 , 62
DR. DAVIS EXCHANGES SCALPEL FOR SEXTANT 62
SMALL TUNA SHIPS ARE WIDELY SCATTERED 63
NG AIR-CROSSROADS’ POOR AIRMAIL SERVICE 63
Advertising 63
PRIVATE BILLETING FOR SUVA’S YACHTING GUESTS 64
Advertising 64
BCD's No. 5 Dredge In Operation Again 64
Advertising 64
Financing Fiji’s Australian Football Tour 65
Advertising 65 , 66
MAGAZINE SECTION 67
tropicalities 68 , 69 , 74
Crossquiz—No. 28 ACROSS 68 , 76
Advertising 69
OVER THE REEF 70 , 71
Dismissed For A Duck 71
IN RETROSPECT 71
School Journals For Polynesia 72 , 73
TO KETA 73
Advertising 75
SAMOAN COCOA UP AGAIN 76
Advertising 76
No One Knows Real Cost Of Suva Hurricane 77 , 78
Advertising 77 , 78
Ill-Behaved Hurricane May Have Been a Tornado 78 , 79
No Racial Barriers In Adversity 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
Hurricane Shows Up Shoddy Building 80
World Laughs at Samoa’s Liquor System 81
Advertising 81 , 82
[?]INISTER INDICATES UTURE [?]F NORFOLK IS. 83
NO RETURN TO NORFOLK IS. 83
Vunapope Small-Ships’ Wharf 83
Advertising 83 , 84
BSI MINERALS interesting Inquiry in Progress 84
PAPUAN APINAIPI NOT TO WIND-UP 85
FIJIANS SAVE £83,428 85
Advertising 85 , 86
Much Rice Can Be Grown In N. Guinea 86
Advertising 86
Copra Production Up in P-NG 87
Advertising 87 , 88
Innes-Barnard Wedding 89 , 90
Advertising 89 , 90
BSI’S LITTLE NEST-EGG 90
HAT IS TO BE FUTURE OF PACIFIC COPRA INDUSTRY? 91 , 93 , 94
Advertising 91 , 92 , 93 , 94
RABAUL TAG MEETS 94
Advertising 94
QUININE FROM N. GUINEA New Step In A Notable Story 95
Advertising 95 , 96
MOVIE TO BE MADE IN W. SAMOA 97
PNGPCB REPLACES COPRA MARKETING BOARD Members Appointed 97
Air France Plane at Santo 97
Advertising 97
FROM RUM-RUNNER TO MISSION SHIP 98 , 99
Advertising 98
AN THE WEEVILS BE KEPT OUT OF FLOUR? 99
expansion of J. L. Chipper Ltd. of Rabaul 99
Advertising 99 , 100
SANTO, TOO, HAS WHARF TROUBLES 101
OLD MISSIONARY’S BLACKBOARD MESSAGES 101
Advertising 101
WAU PASSIONFRUIT NOT FOR EXPORT 102
Advertising 102
C. R. TURRET RETURNS TO PACIFIC 102
Advertising 102
FIJI NOW HAS [?]00,000 POPULATION Startling Growth of Asiatic Communities 103
Overseas Telecommunications Transfers 103
BCD'S OFFER TO SUNSHINE 103
Advertising 103 , 104
Work To Begin On Moresby’s Hydro-Electric Scheme 104
PHRASE ANNOYS SAMOAN 104
Western Samoan Travellers 105
Advertising 105
Moresby Building And Works Boom 106
Advertising 106
FOR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 107
Advertising 107 , 108
22 YEARS ON ISLANDS RUN 109
Tofua Passengers 109
Advertising 109
MR. R. G. PATTRICK RETIRES 110
Advertising 110
M. J. LEAHY ON MOROBE COUNCIL 110
Advertising 110
NEED FOR LINGUA FRANCA OF THE PACIFIC Practical Suggestion Based on 'Pidgin’ 111 , 112
Advertising 111 , 112
Brilliant NG Girl 112 , 113
Advertising 113
NG Club’s Tribute to the Late R. L. Clark 114
Advertising 114
ORTH PACIFIC ISLANDS joined With South Pacific Commission 115
Advertising 115
Tenders for Lae School 115
Advertising 115 , 116
HE OLD AND HE EW MALEKULA 117 , 118
Advertising 117 , 118
KIETA, DEEP-SEA PORT 118
Advertising 118
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 119 , 121
Advertising 119 , 120
tack on NG Administration Vessel 121
Nightclub Man In Santo 121
Advertising 121
PROFESSOR'S VIEWS ON INTER-MARRIAGE 122
Advertising 122
NATIVE CRIME IN RABAUI 122
MORE BSI TIMBER EXPORTED 122
[?] RACIAL PROBLEMS AT THIS SCHOOL 123
Advertising 123 , 124
News of Small Ships 125 , 126 , 127 , 129
Advertising 125 , 126 , 127 , 128
[?]e Kurimarau’s “Dash for Food” 129
TONKINESE TAXI MEN DEFY NH GOVERNMENT 129
Advertising 129
EARLY GOLD FROM PAPUA’S RIVERS 130 , 131 , 132 , 133 , 134
Advertising 130 , 131 , 132 , 133 , 134
TAHITI NEWS CLEAN-UP OF POLICE DEPARTMENT 134
SAMOA’S RICHES apid Growth in Population 135
IL EXPLORATION IN PAPUA 135
Advertising 135 , 136
Island Travellers 137
lans for Islands Cruise Ships 137
P-NG Police Force 50 Per Cent. Below Strength 137
Advertising 137
ISLANDS PRODUCE 138
Advertising 138
LONDON PRICES 138
ISLANDS MINING SHARES 138
EXCHANGE RATES 138
Advertising 139 , 140

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