Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXVI, No.12 ( Jul. 1, 1956)
Images
180
Notes
Text cut at centre of page due to tight binding.
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8
Sipping Time-Tables 9 , 10 , 11
Australia – New Zealand – Canada – USA 9
AIRWAYS TIME-TABLES 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15
Advertising 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14
[?]VA BUILDING [?]OM Letter Outlook On The Housing Front 15
Advertising 15 , 16 , 17
Pacific islands Monthly Contents 17
Advertising 18
Editorial... RACIAL PROBLEMS AND SOCIO-POLITICAL DANGERS IN SOUTH PACIFIC 19 , 20
Tourism ... 19
It Mightn't Do For The Duke, Si 20
Maurice Scott New Chairma of Burns Philp (SS) Ltd. 20
THE VISIT Duke’s 2½ Full Days In Papua-New Guinea 21
Oil Search Shares Boom Again 21
Fiji Legco Elections in Mid-August 21
Building Boom in Lautoka, Fiji 21
Fiji’s Battalion Returns Home From Fighting Malaya Terrorist 22
inviting Mission Sports OUTSIDE AID TO SWEETEN THE NG NATIVE IN TRANSITION 23
[?]e Pay-Off ... 23
Arakarimoa Disaster TARAWA TO TARAWA IN 7 MONTHS 23
Larsen Tragedy Recalled RC OF NIUE FOR NZ APPOINTMENT 24
BATTLE FOR W. NEW GUINEA BEGINS – IN SYDNEY 24
MORE TROUBLE FOR SAVOIE 24
FF LEADER TO VISIT FRENCH PACIFIC 24
Do You Remember 24
[?]ILL VERY CRET H-Bomb Preparations 25
W. SAMOA HAS PWD TROUBLES HC Has Busy Time With Petitions 25
[?]itione Lave Loses [?] Jamaican ... 25
"Tui" Johnson Attacks Fijian Land Impasse BOLD PLAN TO MEET FIJI'S UGLIEST DOMESTIC PROBLEM 26 , 155
Last Month This Policeman Made Australian News... 26
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 27 , 28
SUVA HAS AN OFFICIAL DROUGHT 28
HELPING OUT AT GOLD RIDGE NG Labour at Work in BSIP 28
LIQUOR PLEBISCITE Norfolk Is. Retai[?] Old System 28
Lae's New European Hospital is All Ready to Function – Almost 28
[?]ted A griculturist [?]d Citizen Retires om W. Samoa 29
Radio T ahiti 29
TWO PARTIES INTERESTED IN RABAUL WATERFRONT SITE 29 , 31
Advertising 30
[?]ALAITAMAN ASSAULTS MISSIONARY 31
important Chinese Families United 31
High Cost of Taxi Riding in P-NG 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 32 , 33
Advertising 33
SEASIDE HOME FOR SALE ON THE CENTRAL N.S.W. COAST 34 , 35 , 36 , 37
Advertising 35 , 36 , 37
YOURS ON FREE APPROVAL 38
Advertising 39 , 40
Norfolk Celebrates Centenary of Pitcairner Occupation 40 , 41 , 42
Rich Mines Lie Idle in New Caledonia 41
Advertising 41 , 42
FEELING THE BIKINI PULSE Japs Tell What USA Will Not 42
FIJI PIONEER DIES Active and Useful Life of Sir Alport Barker 43 , 44
Advertising 43 , 44
Growth of Lae 45
Advertising 45 , 46
Port Moresby's Spectacular Waterfront Fire 47
Advertising 47
BUSINESSMAN MAKES SURVEY Australia and Her Islands Markets 48
Advertising 48
CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS Pukapuka Spends Annual Income In 3 Days 49
Advertising 49 , 50
This Month's News of— PACIFIC SHIPPING AND CRUISING YACHTS 51 , 52 , 53 , 55 , 56 , 57 , 123 , 124 , 125 , 127
Advertising 51 , 52 , 53 , 54 , 55 , 56 , 57 , 58
Current News Items From Our Correspondents In Papua-New Guinea 59 , 60 , 61 , 63 , 64 , 65 , 115 , 116 , 117 , 119 , 120 , 121
Advertising 59 , 60 , 61 , 62 , 63 , 64 , 65 , 66
Lae Claims Best Golf Club House in P-NG 67
G. & E. COLONY HAS NEW STAMP ISSUE 67
Advertising 67
INTEREST IN FIJI'S SWORDFISH 68
Advertising 68
ICE CREAM FOREBODINGS Foreign Companies in West Samoa 69
Winning Owner and Jockey 69
Advertising 69 , 70
Ladies Try Their Skill in Apia 71
Advertising 71
Suva Indian Couple Married 72
Grog at the Week-End 72
Advertising 72
RESULT OF TOO MUCH, TOO SOON Apia’s Expensive Electricity Blackout 73
Advertising 73 , 74
Cook Is. Shell Industry INTEREST CENTRES ON LONG-UNFISHED SUWARROW 75 , 76 , 77 , 79
Advertising 75 , 76 , 77 , 78
A White Horse Inn in Tropical Zone 79
Advertising 79
Fighting Yaws in Fiji 80
Advertising 80
TURNING BACK THE CLOCK The Fead Islands Massacre 81
Advertising 81 , 82
A Tribute to the Bamu River Mission TWENTY YEARS AT THE MISSION IN THE MUD 83 , 84
Advertising 83
£5,000 of Pioneer Money For NG Education 84
Advertising 84
GOVT. ASKED FOR HELP Role of the Bar In Hotel Business 85
Half-Century of Condominium Rule Coming Up 85
Advertising 85 , 86
MAGAZINE SECTION tropicalities 87 , 88
THE BLESSINGS OF EDUCATION 88
PIM CROSSQUIZ NO. 76 88 , 94
TAKIBAINA—OTHERWISE KNOWN AS FOX 89 , 99
GOLD, AND TEA AND BIRD OF PARADISE FEATHERS— When the Eastern Highlands Put on a Show 90 , 91 , 92
SOUTHERN SEAS 92
The Battle Was Won On “Wine, and Wine Alone” TAIPII RESURGENT 92 , 93 , 101 , 103
This Month’s New Reading 93 , 94 , 96 , 97
Advertising 95 , 96 , 97 , 98 , 99
A Chieftain Comes Home 100
Advertising 100 , 101 , 102
Tourism in Noumea 103
Advertising 103
NEW CALEDONIAN STORY That Was the End of a Witch Doctor 104
Advertising 104
Letters to the Editor HARDSHIPS AT PENANG 105
school Broadcasts for Cook Islands 105
Advertising 105 , 106
MOVIE AND TV MOGULS DESCEND ON TAHITI 107
Advertising 107
NO ADVERTISEMENT FOR UK Sewing-Machines That Won’t Sew 108
Advertising 108
ETTER TO THE EDITOR Native Labour Exchanges Would Assist In P-NG 109 , 111
Advertising 109 , 110
BEAVERS DO FULL-SIZED JOB IN P-NG 111
P-NG’s TITLES PROBLEM Not Nearly Enough Surveyors 111 , 112
Advertising 111
N. CALEDONIA SELLS MINES Jap Concessions Find Few Buyers 112
Advertising 112
mitigation Markham V. May Be P-NG’s Rice Bowl 113
Polio Scare in New Cal. 113
Crazy Youth Steals Bus, Kills Man 113
Advertising 113 , 114 , 115 , 116 , 117 , 118 , 119 , 120
Mr. Bateson Has A Date With the Sun 121
AN AGRICULTURIST BECOMES RA AT MANGAIA 121 , 128 , 129 , 131 , 132
Advertising 121 , 122 , 123 , 124 , 125 , 126 , 127 , 128 , 129 , 130 , 131 , 132
M.V. Malaita Travellers 133
Suva's New Secondary School 133
Advertising 133 , 134
KING RAW MATERIAL [?] THE WORKMEN [?]aua Shell Industry [?]r Rarotonga 135
Travellers Return Home in June 135
Advertising 135 , 136
IF AND WHEN— Fiji Cigarettes May Be Even Cheaper 136 , 137
Advertising 137 , 138
Weddings in Rarotonga and Port Moresby 139
Advertising 139 , 140
CIPA RESURGENT? Albert Henry Ends 8 Years Exile 140 , 141
Team that Beat the Fijians at Rugby 141
Advertising 141 , 142
Nursing Home for Native Mothers 143
No Pineapple Cannery for Lae 143
Advertising 143 , 144
TRIBUTE TO LILIAN OVERELL She Wrote About NG Before the Mandate 144 , 145
SUVA OVERCOMES ITS DIAL-PHONE NERVES 145
Advertising 145 , 146
Fiji Suffers Some Chock-Eyed Journalism WHAT A 2-DAYS TOURIST CAN DO WITH HALF-TRUTHS AND EXAGGERATION 147 , 148 , 149
Advertising 147 , 148
TOURISTS TAKE OVER IN MORESBY 149
Advertising 149 , 150
[?]k Islands Before Asia INISTERIAL SENSITIVITY TO ADVERSE NEWSPAPER PUBLICITY 151 , 152 , 153
Advertising 151 , 152
Well-Known Police Inspector Marries 153
Advertising 153 , 154
CA OFFICER FOR FIJIBUT TEMPORARY 155
Advertising 155
Rarotonga Engagement 156
NEW GUINEA WOMEN'S CLUB OF SYDNEY 156
Advertising 156
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 157 , 158
Advertising 157 , 158
Shansi Tows 600-Tonner 1,500 Miles 158
The Changing Face of Apia 159
IS IT WORTHWHILE? Fiji’s Record Haul of Rhino Beetles 159
Advertising 159
Bigger Education Grants Wanted NG High School Could Be More Economic 160 , 161
Advertising 160
"Black Bokis" on the Menu 161
Record Numbers Engaged in N. Cal.'s Trochus Fishing 161
Travellers to SW Pacific in June 161
Advertising 161 , 162
Royal Humane Society Awa[?] 162
Not Concerned with Tear-Gas Incident 162 , 163
ETHERLANDS NEW GUINEA BUDGET, 1957 163
NG CIVILIANS LISTED IN BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE 163
Advertising 163 , 164
[?]enders for Service RFIELDS v. PLANES 165
BSIP Now Has a Port Authority 165
WEDDING IN FIJI Elizabeth Hennings to Mac Miller 165
Advertising 165 , 166
FIJIAN VC'S BROTHER IN LONDON 166
Samoan Nurse Returns Hom[?] To Give Her Services 166
LAE-GOROKA BY ROAD NOW COMMONPLACE 167
Loyal Service Medals 167
Advertising 167
More Plans CI AS THE GARDEN OF NZ 168 , 169
Advertising 168
[?]ailima Party for Commerce Queen 169
[?]UB HOTEL LOSES IN SUVA 169
Advertising 169
The Best Band in W. Samoa 170
Advertising 170
Rabaul’s High School Produces Successful Citizens 170 , 171
[?]AC'S “WASTING MEMBERS' TIME"—E. A. JAMES 171
LDS Add To Their W. Samoa Establishment 171
Advertising 171 , 172
Index to Advertisers 173
Advertising 173
ISLANDS PRODUCE 174
Advertising 174
ISLANDS MINING SHARES 174
EXCHANGE RATES 174
Index to Vol. XXVI 175 , 176 , 177 , 178
Advertising 179 , 180

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