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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
HSW 1363
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXV, No. 9 ( Apr. 1, 1955)
Pages
172
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
lirways Time-Tables 7 , 9 , 10 , 11
Advertising 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
Flood of Motors For Crowded Noumea 11
Pagopago Prisoner's Extra Activity 11
Fibre Glass Launch for New Guinea 11
Advertising 11 , 12 , 13
Pacific Islands Monthly Contents: 13
Advertising 14
Editorial. . . ASIANS AND AFRICANS ‘CONFER’, WHILE HELL’S BROTH SIMMERS 15 , 16
PlM’s Quarter-Century Colour Photograph Competition WIDESPREAD INTEREST 16
Dr. Bedell Arrives In S. Paci[?] 16
PIM EDITOR VISITING FAR EAST AND EURO 16
Sir Robert Stanley, KBE 17
[?]uva Calling . . . 17
A CAUTIOUS OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ‘lmportant’ Gold Discovery Could Change Solomons’ Economic Outlook 17 , 18
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 18 , 19
In Memory of Rupert Brooke 19
BULOLO GOLD RETURN 19
Rabaul Nurse Returns 19
CO-OPERATION IN S. PACIFIC URGED, BECAUSE— Copra Planters Could be in Trouble after 1937 20
A TAX IS CANCELLED 20
More Trouble on Coral Route 20
Cold War In Pacific— NEW ANZAC FORCES FOR MALAYA 20
Norster-Hewitt Wedding 20
EXCELLENCY” TABU! USTRALIA AND P-NG ADMINISTRATOR 21
Do You Remember ? 21
Changes in Pacific Air Services 22
Taurama Barracks Church 22
Bank of NSW Expansion in P-NG 22
Samoan Status Question Aga: 22
[?]EW INDUSTRY OR PAPUA [?]ird Hills Cutch Factory in Operation 23
Suva Gets Practical Help From Bayly Clinic 23
SIX INDIANS LOST IN FLOODED VITI LEVU RIVER 23
Advertising 24
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 25 , 26 , 27 , 28
Reception at Port Moresby 25
Advertising 26
Creevey-Lambourne Wedding 27
Advertising 27 , 28
[?]G Legislative Council in Session [?]ecision on Native Liquor Permits Deferred 29 , 31
Lifou Enterprise 29
Advertising 29 , 30
FILM-MAKERS STILL LOOK TO FIJI 31
Leper Scouts Save Man 31
Solomons Veterans Meet 31
Advertising 31 , 32
NORFOLK ISLANDERS MISSED ASSAULT TRIAL 32
[?] zFROM THE EAST [?]NG Could Save [?]00,000 its Rice Bill 33
Australia’s Bid to Retain NG Trade 33
Advertising 33 , 34
PIM IS CHALLENGED ON Value to Australia of New Hebrides 35
Advertising 35
Coconut Fibre to Be Produced Again in N. Guinea 36
Advertising 36
MORE JAPS IN HIDING 36
[?]AP POACHERS IRE A FACTOR: The Future of Fiji’s Pearl-Button Industry 37
GRIM LIQUOR PROBLEM STRESSED IN NC 37
Advertising 37 , 38
LAUTOKA CANNERY WILL CLOSE Fiji Pineapples Are “Uneconomic” 39
Advertising 39
The P-NG Servant Problem SIMOGUN SAYS IT ‘STINKS!' 40 , 41
Advertising 40
C NICKE MINING IS BOOMING 41
MR. ff. J. LAHORE LEAVES SUVA 41
Advertising 41 , 42
THEY LACK BASIC EDUCATION: TNG Students at Suva Medical School Face Formidable Task 43 , 44 , 45
Advertising 43 , 44 , 45 , 46
[?]ONDITIONS IMPROVING FOR TONGAN WOMEN 47
Suva's New Post Office 47
Advertising 47
MORE HIGH OFFICIAL SCOLDING! Those Electorally Indifferent New Guinea Residents 48
WHILE THE WATCHMAN WATCHED BY NIGHT 48
Advertising 48
GRASSLAND SURVEY FEAM ENDS FOUR IN ISLANDS 49
Advertising 49 , 50
Current News Items From Our Correspondents In Papua-New Guinea 51 , 52 , 53
Advertising 51 , 52
SOGERI ROAD SMASH 53 , 119 , 121 , 122 , 123 , 125
Advertising 53 , 54 , 55
SUVA FINDS CITY STATUS IS NOT ALL JOY 56
Advertising 56
PHOSPHATE QUERY French Oceania’s Economic Worry 57
Advertising 57 , 58
MAG AZINE SECTION trapicalities 59 , 60
SW Pacific Navigator 59
MONKEY BUSINESS 60
P1M CROSSQUIZ NO. 62 60 , 68
A Matter of Ballistics 61 , 66 , 68
There and Back In a Dreamship 62 , 63 , 64
SONG OF THE PACIFIC 64
"When it's Springtime in New Guinea . . 64
LOST PASSPORTS 64 , 65
Site of First Church in Polynesia 65
New Guinea Interlude: Forest Dancers in the Firelight 66
Advertising 67
MME. OLLIER FREED 68
A Mission History 68
Advertising 68
CAPTAIN HAUG SUMS UP Keller Mystery is Ended 68 , 69
Popular Promotion for Mr. T. Grahamsiaw 69
Sagging Tendency in New Guinea Goldfields Shares 69
Advertising 69 , 70
NEWS OF THE SMALL-SHIPS 71 , 72 , 73 , 75 , 76 , 77 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82
Advertising 71 , 72 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 76 , 77 , 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82
REDS IN THE SOLOMONS 82
Faipule Ask for Clean Up of Suva’s Increase in Pay Eating Houses 83
Advertising 83
Haul at Noumea 84
Advertising 84
YOUNG OFFICER’S DEATH END OF PROMISING FIJIAN CAREER 85
Advertising 85 , 86 , 87
A Major-General Talks in Fiji BUT IS IT NOT TIME THE FIJIANS RETURNED FROM MALAYA? 88 , 89 , 90 , 91
Advertising 88 , 89 , 90
When Tonga Used Fiji’s Postage Stamps 91
Officer's Widow Goes Home to Fiji 91
Advertising 91 , 92
United Nations Interest in SPC 93
GEIC PRODUCES LOCAL NEWS BULLETIN 93
Advertising 93
Cook Group Has Not Been Forgotten 94
Advertising 94
[?]elf-Help Experiment: Profit and Loss at Mangaia 95 , 97
Advertising 95 , 96
R-FREIGHTED FOOD FOR PORT MORESBY 97
COCONUT MILLS CLOSE DOWN IN TAHITI 97
Coconut Shell Used For Decarbonisation 97
Advertising 97
CHANGES ON FIJI'S FABULOUS GOLDFIELD 1010 MA MINE ALMOST WORKED OUT 98 , 99
Advertising 98
NG Missions’ Work Praised 99
TUPAI ATOLL COMPANY’S VALUABLE PROPERTY 99
Advertising 99 , 100
WESTERN SAMOA NOW UNDER THE MICROSCOPE 101
MORE CATTLE FOR FIJI 101
Advertising 101
Samoan Entertainers 102
Advertising 102
NEWS NOTES FROM THE GILBERTS 103
French Culture In Islands 103
Advertising 103 , 104
Noumea Recalls 1942 Events 105
Inquiry About C. F. Maxwell 105
Advertising 105
Economist for Cook Is. 106
Advertising 106
[?]dem Dress and Outlook larked Change in Fiji's Young Women 107 , 109
Advertising 107 , 108
[?] Iron Ore Prospects 109
Out of Jungle After Ten Years 109
Suva-Tarawa Mercy Flight 109
Advertising 109
TOURISM: Matson's Plans for the South Pacific 110
Advertising 110
Cruising in the Pacific AYLOR PLANS CHILDREN'S SPECIAL FOR FIRST FLIGHT 111
Fijian Headquarters in Central Suva 111
Advertising 111 , 112 , 113
Another Pacific Migration? Gilbertesc May Go To Gizo 114
Advertising 114
[?] PROBLEMS [?] THE COLONY [?]jian Youths [?]efore the Courts 115
Pagopago Fish Cannery Hard at Work 115
Advertising 115 , 116
SUNDERSTANDING INCOME TAX COOK ISLANDS? 117
Jap War Graves Mission Tour Ended at Manus 117
PACIFIC ISLANDS SOCIETY 117
Advertising 117
Mangaia Not Interested In Visitors 118
Advertising 118 , 119 , 120 , 121 , 122 , 123 , 124 , 125
Mormon Church Grows In Islands 126
BSIP’s Chinese Criticised 126
Advertising 126
Fiji Planters Need the Good Years 127 , 129
Another Coconut Hazard 127
Advertising 127 , 128
[?]aked Ladies Were An Obscene Libel 129
ANTI-LEPROSY FIGHT EXTENDED IN NG 129 , 130
Advertising 129 , 130
NZ CEMETERY AT BOURAIL 130
Spowart- Saxton Wedding in Suva 131
It Was a Wet March in Samoa 131
Advertising 131 , 132
PIM Cover-Girl Marries in Nukualofa 133
[?] LINK-UP OVER CHROME [/]W REPORTED 133 , 134
Advertising 133 , 134
FIJIAN DEVELOPMENT FUND AT WORK Copra Money to be Put to Good Use 134
RICES OF MOST ACIFIC RDUCTS ARE EASING 135 , 137
Advertising 135 , 136
lagi is on the Way 137
IS PRIVATE ENTERPRISE ATTRACTED? Unattractive Summary of Conditions in Solomons 137
Advertising 137
SUVA'S OVERCROWDING PRABIPM GROWS 138
COOK IS. SHIPPING QUESTION DISCUSS 138
Advertising 138
CONOMIC CHANGES Picturesque Fijian Houses May Go 139
Advertising 139 , 140
PA NEWS ERVICE Residents Want Quantity As Well as Quality 141
TRI LINGUAL RADIO SERVICE IS COSTLY IN FIJI 141
Fiji s Stray Dog worry 141
Advertising 141 , 142
OUTSTANDING PATROL: New Papuan Tribes Found In Upper Fly River Area 143 , 145 , 146
Advertising 143 , 144 , 145
New Modern Building For Adi Cakobau School 146
Advertising 146
LAUTOKA WOMEN ASSIST IN— Bringing the News to Fiji 146
Seton-Lynch Wedding 146
[?]W SUVA HOTEL PLANNED ACROSS HARBOUR 147
insignia of Fiji Honours Presented 147
Advertising 147 , 148
Suva Has Its Traffic Problems 149
Island Boxers Are Doing Well 149
Advertising 149 , 150
One-Eyed Missions of UNO Trust Cou 150
Suva Cigarette Factor 150
hey Say it Again! level op New Guinea or Someone Else Will! 151
Vapon Industries Extend to the Pacific 151
Findlay-Kennedy Wedding 151
Advertising 151 , 152
TRIPARTITION QUESTION [?].S. DOUBTS ABOUT A UNITED SAMOA 153
Advertising 153
AGITATION IN NORFOLK IS. 154 , 155 , 158
Advertising 154 , 155 , 156
OR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 157
Advertising 157 , 158
NEW ROLE FOR WIFE OF EX-ADMINISTRA. 158
NOUMEA ESCAPED WO[?] OF HURRICANE 158
Deaths of Islands People 159 , 161
Advertising 159 , 160
What N. Guinea Could Mean to Australia 161
Keys-McLaren Wedding 161
Advertising 161
So Big We Can’t See It! CHINA’S ECONOMIC PENETRATION OF INDONESIA AND THE PACIFIC 162 , 163
Advertising 162
RIS URGED TO OID RORS OF PAST 163 , 165
Advertising 163 , 164
Japs in Fishing Industry For New Hebrides 165
Advertising 165 , 166
approval GIVEN nolulu-Papeete Service “About September” 167
Advertising 167 , 168
NZ SPENDS DOLLARS F FOR ORANGES 168
Polynesian Association Concert 168
Plan for Catholic Village Near S 168
index to Advertisers 169
Advertising 169
ISLANDS PRODUCE 170
Advertising 170
ISLANDS MINING SHA[?] 170
EXCHANGE RATES 170
Advertising 171 , 172

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