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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
HSW 1363
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXV, No. 8 ( Mar. 1, 1955)
Pages
164
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
Australia – New Zealand – Canada – USA 5
Advertising 5 , 6
Airways Time-Tables 7 , 9 , 10 , 11
SHIPPING 7
Advertising 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13
Pacific Islands Monthly Contents 13
Advertising 14
Editorial. . . HERE ARE RECENT EVENTS: ASSESS THEM FOR YOURSELF! 15
New Link on New Guinea's Biggest Road 15
LENGTHY PREPARATIONS FOR: New Air-Lines for Polynesian Pacific 16
Sharp Fall in Vanilla Price 16
TUGI GATHERS HEADLINES IN AUSTRALIAN CITI 16
Tonga’s Leader Entertained in Api[?] 16
[?]espite Rejection of His Waria Claim [?]einrich Rudolph Wahlen (75) May Keep on Fighting 17
Huge Area Provisionally Goes to Syndicate 17
Hurricane in N. Hebrides 17
P-NG LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL IN IMPORTANT SITTINGS 17
NEW PACIFIC TRADING CO. 17
Why Do NZ and Australia Discriminate Against Islands Dares? 18 , 151
New Eastern Samoa Political Leader 18
Disruption of Services As ALL MARK IV SOLENTS GROUNDED 19
EARCH FOR PREDATOR 19
Monsoonal Bad Temper in Lae RSL Gets a Scolding After Jap Wreath Incident 19 , 20
New Sport Comes to Samoa 19
Four Jap Soldiers Come Out of NG Jungle 20
OIL BOREHOLE NEARLY THREE MILES DEEP IN PAPUA 20
IMPORTANT STEP IN NATIVE EDUCATION Official Move to[?] ‘Pidgin’ 20
OF HOTELS AND TOURISTS ANS SUVA'S BOTTLE-NECK 21
Historic Monument Preserved by Co-operation 21
PACIFIC VOLCANOES ACTIVE ALONG FAULT-LINE 21
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 22 , 125 , 126 , 127
[?]aiting for Depressions That Never Fill In 23
[?]ew District Boundaries in Papua-New Guinea 23
DEFENCE OF NEW POLICIES ON NORFOLK IS. 23
ALL GOURMETS, ACHTUNG! 23
NZ’s COOK IS. HEADACHE What To Do With Maui Pomare 23
Advertising 24
Finance Position Not Clear When TEAL CLAIMS BIG PROFIT THIS YEAR 25
ECIAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR P-NG NATIVES 25
RLS MEMORIAL New Move in W. Samoa 25
RAFT FINDS A HOME 25
New Caledonian Children in Sydney 25
Advertising 25
COPRA IS KING IN PAPUA-N. GUINEA 26
Advertising 26
COPRA PRODUCTION IN EAST SAM[?] 26
FIJI’S ASSURANCES T0 THE ILLUSIVE CAPITALIST 27 , 28
Advertising 27
A POLITICAL PRISONER WHO HELPED N. CALEDONIA 28
Economic Survey of Cot[?] 28
Advertising 28
Plea for Pacific’s lost infamous Buccaneer 29
RAY PARER AS COASTAL ENGINEER 29
New Use for Citrus 29
Advertising 29
Late News and Items from P-NG 30
Advertising 30
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 31 , 32 , 33
Advertising 31 , 32 , 33
Pan American Strip In East Samoa? 33
Advertising 34
WHAT TOURIST TRAFFIC DOES Compare Honolulu w[?] Suva 34
SAMOAN RESIDENTS ARE CRITICAL SOME ASPECTS OF NZ MINISTER’S FIRST VISIT TO TERRITORY 35 , 36
Advertising 35
SCIENCE STUDIES THE ANTS IN THE SOLOMONS 36
Second Oldest Islands Traders 36
Advertising 36
HOW PRIVATE ENTERPRISE CAN HELP Prospects of Cattle Industry in N. Guinea 37
Advertising 37 , 38
NOTABLE WEDDING IN EASTERN SAMOA 39
More Trade Freedom in Fiji 39
Advertising 39
PRIVATE ENTERPRISE TAKES OVER FROM NZ No More Mutton At the Mocambo 40
Advertising 40
[?]W GUINEA BASIC ECONOMY ALTERS AS SEDATIVES ARE ENCOURAGED TO DEVELOP COCONUT PLANTING 41 , 42
[?]oan Youth Chooses Medical Career 41
Advertising 41 , 42
IS REPLACEMENT OF KAURI POSSIBLE IN ISLANDS? 42
HOW SHOULD YOU SPELL “MIFELA”? PROBLEM OF PIDGIN ENGLISH IN ITS PRESENT WRITTEN FORM 43 , 44 , 45
Advertising 43 , 44 , 45 , 46
[?]ABAUL’S NATIVE SHERLOCK HOLMES How a Criminal Was Trapped 47
Advertising 47
WELL-PRINTED BOOK IS MORE INDIAN THAN FIJIAN 48
Advertising 48
NEW DISCOVERIES IN PACIFIC FISHING 49
Chinese Minister's Arrival 49
Advertising 49 , 50
New Year Engagement 51
Cinderella Territory Seeks A Way Out BRITISH SOLOMONS PLAN TO WOO PRIVATE ENTERPRISE 51 , 52 , 53
Advertising 51 , 52
[?]ITORIAL NOTE Britain’s SW Pacific Headache 53
Advertising 53 , 54
Suva Point Church to Have a Tower 55
Advertising 55
HISTORIC MISSION ISLAND IN THE SOLOMONS 56
Advertising 56
WAR DAMAGE 57
Australian Writer on Safari 57
Exit the Cockroach? 57
Advertising 57 , 58
WHAT IS CANBERRA PLANNING NOW? LAND REFORMS LINKED WITH SLOW ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS IN NEW GUINEA 59 , 60 , 61
Advertising 59 , 60
Rea-Winsbury Wedding 61
Advertising 61 , 62
SDA MISSIONARIES MEET IN SUVA 63
Advertising 63
A LIMITED FIELD The Wax That Comes From Sugar Cane ‘Mud’ 64 , 65
Advertising 64
A Link With Old Tahiti 65
Advertising 65 , 66
OTHER SIDE OF THE PICTURE History of Italian Copra-Cutters Of N. Hebrides 67
Advertising 67
Attention Spear-fishermen! 68
Christmas Morning Chore 68
Advertising 68
AUSTRALASIA MAY GET LESS NAURU AND OCEAN ISLAND PHOSPHATE 69 , 71
Advertising 69 , 70
Christmas Is. Phosphate Not Popular 71
SOME OF THE JOYS OF TROPICAL AGRICULTURE 71
Advertising 71
THE FIJIAN MUST LEARN TO WORK Demands of The Modern World 72 , 73
Advertising 72
Rare Samoan Stamp 73
Advertising 73 , 74
G & E EDUCATION Problems Arising From Lack of English 75 , 76
Advertising 75
No More Life-Time Officials in E. Samoa 76
Advertising 76
Jeffs-Sorensen Wedding 77
favorable Balance for [?]N.Caledonia— But Only Just 77
Advertising 77 , 78
MAGAZINE SECTION Troicalities 79 , 80 , 81
Artifacts of Tahiti... 79
Well-Known Trader of BSI 81
A True Tale of an Adventurous Duck 81
The Japs Came Back 82 , 83 , 84
What Tonga Thinks Of Fiji! 84
No Bargain Houses for Samoa’s PS 84
PIM CROSSQUIZ NO. 61 84 , 115
BE-MEDALLED LEGIONAIRE NOW TEACHES APIA CHILDREN 85
Old Book Wanted 85
Warning About Sun Stroke 85
Some Pre-1914 History 85
THIS MONTH’S NEW READING 86
WANT ANY TROCHUS 86
Advertising 87 , 88
NATIVE TONGAN’S ANALYSIS: Why Tonga Hold To Old System 88 , 89
Advertising 89 , 90
CHARITY-BEGINS-AT-HOME[?]WSPARTMENT 31 MILLIONS FOR ASIANS—BUT THE COLD CHISEL FOR P NG PUBLIC SERVANTS 91
Advertising 91
SUVA WILL KEEP ITS POLES. The Words Must Go On 92
Advertising 92
Exporting Fruit Juices- First Grow Your Citrus Then Can It 93
Advertising 93 , 94
[?]allant Tahiti Serviceman 95
Advertising 95
MASKED ROBBERS ATTACK MERCHANT IN TONGA 96 , 97
Advertising 96
Conditions on Lonely Easter Island 97
Fiji’s Anti-TB Campaign Awaits London Decision 97
Advertising 97 , 98
Current News Items From Our Correspondents In Papua-New Guinea 99 , 100 , 101
Advertising 99 , 100 , 101
Campbell-Beaden Wedding 101
Advertising 102
NEWS OF THE SMALL-SHIPS 103 , 104 , 105 , 107 , 108 , 109 , 111 , 112
Advertising 103 , 104 , 105 , 106 , 107 , 108 , 109 , 110 , 111 , 112
Well Known to Pacific Islands Yachtsmen 113
ANOTHER US PLAN FOR TUNA May Be Based on Noumea 113
Advertising 113 , 114
New Guinea Items— 115
Advertising 115
WHAT A CREDIT UNION DOES—AND HOW 116
Advertising 116
TONGAN BOXERS IN THE NEWS 117
fixing Boom in W. Samoa 117
Advertising 117 , 118
RABAUL AS CINDERELLA Town Council Asks Questions 119 , 120
Methodist Missionary Leaves Samoa 119
Advertising 119
MAORIS’ STARTLING CLATM. OWNERSHIP OF HUGE SLICE OF PACIFIC 120
JUSTICE FOR THE NORTH-WES[?] 120
Advertising 120
A leaf from NT’s Book? Claim that P-NG Mining Needs Stimulation 121
Advertising 121 , 122
From 4-gal Tins to Huge Storage Tanks 123
[?]RANGE ASPECT OF [?]lAN [?]SSES IN MALAYA 123
Advertising 123 , 124 , 125 , 126
New Bishop for Hebrides 127
FIJI RICE PRODUCTION 127
Advertising 127 , 128
[?]ed in Moresby 129
DEFENCE OF THE CORAL MARINERS SOMETHING ABOUT G. and E. SHIP CERTIFICATES 129 , 130
Advertising 129 , 130
SIDELIGHT ON AN ISLAND DYNASTY 130
French High Commissioner in New Hebrides 130
birthright Criticism by Administrator ACIDULOUS EXCHANGES AT CONGRESS OF P-NG RSL 131 , 133
Advertising 131 , 132
[?]OR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 133
Advertising 133
New Guinea Catholic Missionary’s Impression: Primitive Men in Little – known Country 134
Advertising 134
examination of Pacific Islands Economy [?]THERE ANY SUBSTITUTE FOR THE COCONUT? 135 , 137
Advertising 135 , 136 , 137
Apparent Decline in Planting Efficiency 138
Japanese Around Solomons 138
Advertising 138
Rapid Education Progre[?] In W. Samoa 138
After Many a Coner 138
RITAIN’S NOW DIFFICULT ROLE IN THE S. PACIFIC 139 , 140
Advertising 139 , 140
JAP-AMERICANS REPOR[?] RICH TUNA HARV[?] 140
That Does 'Advisory' Man? foresby Council in Argument with Administrator 141
Advertising 141
News Items from Lautoka 142
Advertising 142
TONGA IS QUIET AND PEACEFUL, BUT— Young Tongans Agitate For Political Reforms 142
Another Oil Co. for N. Gu[?] 142
[?]RMAN ACE-REPORTER VISITS SOUTH PACIFIC 143 , 144
Advertising 143 , 144
Three Communities-One Clergyman 145
FIJI NOW HAS 333,000 PEOPLE 145
Advertising 145
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 146 , 147
Advertising 146 , 147 , 148
JAPANESE MISSION IN GUADALCANAL 149
NEW INDUSTRIES FOR NORFOLK IS. 149
Fiji’s Amateur Anglers 149
Advertising 149 , 150
Rapid Mission Expansion! 150
No Bulk Fuel at Papeeted 150
NOTES FROM THE GEU[?] 150
FOLK WITH A CHIP ON THEIR SHOULDERS FIJI’S ‘KAI LOMO’ 151 , 152
Advertising 151 , 152
Northbound by February “Bulolo” 152
PLEA FOR SMALL TURTLES 153
Northbound per February “Bulolo” 153
Advertising 153 , 154
Sydney’s Polynesians Are Merrymakers 155
SOPHISTICATION 155
Advertising 155
IN AIR-MINDED FIJI: YOU FAN AS YOU FLY 155 , 156
MACROBERTSONS NOW IN N. GUINEA 156
Advertising 156
‘HE GRIMBLE’S FRIEND’ A TRIBUTE TO MAUTAKE 156 , 157 , 158 , 159
Advertising 156 , 157
Wedding of N. Ireland Interest... 158
Advertising 158 , 159 , 160
Index to Advertisers 161
Advertising 161
ISLANDS PRODUCE 162
Advertising 162
ISLANDS MINING SHA[?] 162
EXCHANGE RATES 162
Advertising 163 , 164

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