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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
HSW 1363
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXV, No. 10 ( May 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
Advertising 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13
Pacific Islands Monthly Contents: 13
Advertising 14
Editorial... isands Development and Visionary Ministers—Especially Australian 15 , 16
Bandoeng Banquet... 15
P-NG Council to Meet On June 27 16
Fijians Out of Malaya Early Next Year 16
Further TEAL Modificatio[?] —and Profits 16
[?]A WAR [?]H MINISTER P-NG Wages Claims For Arbilration 17
WPHC Appointment— Sir R. Stanley's Successor Announced 17
New Pacific Service 17
City Interest In BP’s New 1-for-3 Share Issue 18
WESTERN SAMOAN MLA’S TO VISIT NEW ZEALAND 18
C-Gull’s Owner Comes to Anchor 18
Sir G. Taylor Prepare: For First Air Cruise 18
INCOME TAX PLAN DEBATED I[?] WESTERN SAMOA’S ASSEMBLY 18
G OIL SEARCH [?]ati No. 1 Abandoned 19
Suva Junior Boxer’s Trophy 19
Gold Ridge Discoveries BSI Govt’s Practical Steps to Encourage New Mining Enterprise 19 , 140 , 141
THE EDITORS MAILBAG 20 , 21
Port Moresby Residents at Dawn Servi[?] 20
[?]nk Interest in Suva Hotel Site? 21
Fiji is Losing Fight Against Oryctes Rhinoceros 21
FOUR SKYMASTERS ON P-NG SERVICE 21
PRODUCTION MUST KEEP PACE Extraordinary Population Growth in W. Samoa 22
Do You Remember? 22
Government and the Rice Millers— NG Consumers IT ill Benefit As Australia “Comes Into Line" 23
[?]ERNOR SUED [?]ased Out of [?]go Pago, [?]uple Allege 23
Bastille (2 weeks) Day As Usual in Papeete 23
Samoan Church Delegates 23
Advertising 24
LAND APPLICATIONS [?]o Priority For Chinese 25
Whiffle Travel Service Opens New Offices 25
Calling Dr. Lambert . . . 25
LEAVE GRANTS FOR FIJI’S CIVIL SERVANTS DEBATED 26
Advertising 26
False Phone Call To PIM Editor Incorrect Statement About A Trading Company 26
[?]UMEA SURPRISE [?]ickel Workers On Strike 27
FIJI'S IMPORTS UP, EXPORTS DOWN 27
Advertising 27
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 28 , 29 , 30 , 31
Advertising 28 , 29 , 30
RAROTONGA’S FIELD DAY CREATED WIDE INTEREST 31
IMPROVING CONNECTIONS Another Ship for Trans-Pacific Trade 31
Advertising 31
Banana Black Market In New Zealand 32
Advertising 32
CITRUS ON TOP Question of CI Priorities 32
MONEY TROUBLE HOLDS UP New Caledonia Oil Sea[?] 32
Sydney Strike Disappoint[?] New Caledonia 32
Mr. R. Fearless is New Tokelau Officer 32
[?]VISORY COUNCILS [?]ARD ELECTIONS [?]SSIBLE AT [?]RT MORESBY 33
Advertising 33 , 34
[?]rrent News Items From Our Correspondents In Papua-New Guinea 35 , 36 , 37 , 39 , 40 , 41 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 47 , 48 , 49
Advertising 35 , 36 , 37 , 38 , 39 , 40
Malaita Travellers Leaving Sydney 41
Advertising 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46 , 47 , 48
EY INDUSTRY Fewer Asiatic Miners in NC 49
Provisional Promotion of Patrol Otticers 49
Advertising 49 , 50
[?]aria Syndicate Claim— H. R. Wahlen and UNO 51
Baha’i Religious Group in CI 51
Advertising 51
NO ITINERANT BARBERS IN SUVA CITY AREA 52
P-NG Europeans Asked To Face Facts 52
Advertising 52
Hurricane-Busters” Fail to Get Results 53
Fiii-InHian Education 53
Advertising 53 , 54
[?]RS. STEVENSON'S DIARY [?]US RESEARCH [?]ROBES [?]AILIMA LIFE 55 , 56 , 57
Stevenson Group at Vailima 55
Advertising 55 , 56
Citizen Prominent In e-Told Story of First Round-the-World Flight 57
Advertising 57 , 58
[?]econdary Education in Fiji May Involve Big Questions 59 , 60 , 61
Advertising 59 , 60
Fijian Actors Praised 61
Advertising 61 , 62
Brillant Family 63
[?]OOK ISLANDS APPOINTMENTS 63
Advertising 63
Northbound by "Malaita” 64
Advertising 64
Modern Planning at Nurses’ School 65
[?]OSS OF A BRITISH MEMORIAL IN NUKUALOFA 65
Advertising 65 , 66
'Chow-Seeto Wedding 67
Athletics in N. Caledonia 67
Advertising 67
NATIVE COMMUNAL PROGRESS NEAR RABAUL 68
Advertising 68
Japanese Will Catch Fish for New Hebrides Cannery 69 , 71 , 72 , 73
Advertising 69 , 70 , 71 , 72
Young Samoan Gaoled For Manslaughter 73
Harbour Investigation in Western Samoa 73
Advertising 73 , 74
Commission in Fiji [?]NVESTIGATION INTO POLICE [?]ETHODS IN COLONY 75
Advertising 75
Those “Mystery Ships” are Just Fishing 76
Advertising 76
RAROTONGA CYCLE RACE 2O MILES IN UNDER AN HOUR 77
almost a Tragedy 77
Advertising 77 , 78
MAGAZINE SEC TION Tropicalities 79 , 80
Well-Known Noumea Resident and Friend 79
Charles Buffett of NI 80
Memories of Rupert Brooke WHEN ENGLAND'S YOUNG APOLLO WROTE LYRICS IN SOUTH SEAS 81 , 82 , 86
PIM CROSSQUIZ NO. 63 82 , 86
Charlie and the Tourist 83 , 84
Scooter Problem Developsa at Noumea 84
This Month’s New Reading 85 , 86
HOW TO KNOW WHERE TO LOOK 86
SPRING IN THE JUNGLE 86
Advertising 87 , 88
NEW FREEZER And Adequate Sausage[?] For Rarolon 88
Yate River Dam 88
INTER-SAMOA GROUP’S FIRST MEETING 89
Anti-Malaria War in Dutch New Guinea 89
Advertising 89 , 90
First Chinese Woman in Fiji And Her Descendants 91
Advertising 91
Belt-Tightening In Samoa 92
Advertising 92
[?]herlands New Guinea [?]DONESIAN CLAIM [?]LLED [?]TILE, EMOTIONAL 93
Advertising 93 , 94
US Samoan Marines Fly Home on Leave 95
Advertising 95
FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF INDONESIA 96
Advertising 96
[?]NA WAGE SCALES [?]MPLICATE [?]USING PROBLEM 97
METAL MARKETS MOVING IN N. CALEDONIA 97
Advertising 97 , 98
LAST! econdary School for Rarotonga 99
“Malaita” Travellers in April 99
Advertising 99
Canadian Cobalt Move in NC 100
Advertising 100
et Season Cut Samoan Exports 101
Moresby Residents on World Tour 101
Advertising 101 , 102
NEWS OF THE SMALL-SHIPS 103 , 104 , 105 , 107 , 108 , 109 , 111 , 112 , 113 , 115 , 116
Advertising 103 , 104 , 105 , 106 , 107 , 108 , 109 , 110 , 111 , 112 , 113 , 114 , 115 , 116
[?]AREFULLY-VETTED PLANTS ENRICH P-NG AGRICULTURE 117 , 119 , 120
Advertising 117 , 118 , 119 , 120
SAMOAN FILM STAR ENTERTAINED IN SYDNEY 120
[?]habilitation Question. [?]lANS FOR FIJIANS [?]OME AFTER ALAYA SERVICE 121
Advertising 121 , 122
The Fat Ladies Go Duva Fishing 123 , 124
Basketbal Winners 124
Advertising 123 , 124
[?]IJI'S CIGARETIE [?]DUSTRY [?]AISES QUESTIONS 125
Advertising 125 , 126
[?]rewell Party for Popular Banker 127
[?]s Cigarette Factory 127
Advertising 127
WHARF CONGESTION AT SUVA NOT YET SOLVED 128
Advertising 128
EW CALEDONIA’S ECONOMY IS SOUND, SAYS GOVERNOR 129 , 131
Advertising 129 , 130
NI SA MOCE Gustav Mara Hennings 131 , 132 , 133
Advertising 131 , 132 , 133
Caledonian Iron Ore for Australia Soon 133
High Cost of Working Walpole 133
Big Sums Spent On Fiji Leprosy Hospital 134
Advertising 134
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 135 , 136 , 137
Advertising 135 , 136
High Costs in N.C. 137
Advertising 137 , 138
stable Tongan Catch 139
CHNICALITY RULES OUT FISHING RECORD 139
NZNAC EXPECTS PROFIT ON YEAR’S WORKING 139
And One From Fiji 139
Fijian Seamen Have Suva Social Centre 139
Advertising 139 , 140
Cricket Trophy for Moresby Team 141 , 142
Advertising 141
Big-Scale Thefts From Apia PWD 142
New Hospitals at Tonga 142
Advertising 142
ARCHBISHOP CARBONI VISITS SOLOMON 142
Versace-Frith Wedding 142
Nickel Industry. MODERNISATION IS COSTLY 143
Advertising 143
District Dispensary 144
Advertising 144
VON LUCKNER SEEKING HELP FROM FIJI 144
SUVA WHARF LABOR MUDDLE NOT YET SETTLED 144
Continental Holiday 145
Papuan Apinaipi Permit 145
Fairymead Sugar Co. Profit 145
JAPS SEEKING NICKEL FROM NEW CALEDONIA 145
Advertising 145 , 146
[?]er to the Editor: The Place of Pidgin in NG Education 147
Advertising 147 , 148
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN SMALL COOK ISLAND 148
Inter-Samoa Sports Tournament at Pago Pago 149
LA SPORTS TEAMS PLAY AT PAGO PAGO 149
Owner’s Ashes Scattered Over Property 149
Advertising 149 , 150
FOR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 151 , 152
Advertising 151 , 152
P.S. Salaries Rise in Tong[?] 152
On Overseas Leave 152
cigarettes SMUGGLED INTO NOUMEA 153
[?]avidson-Amey Wedding 153
Another Ironical Note For Paul Gauguin 153
Africa Visits Samoa 153
Advertising 153
ISLAND BOXERS ARE STILL MOVING TO FRESH FIELDS 154
TONKINESE EXODUS COMES TO END 154
Ryan-Molloney Wedding 154
Advertising 154
OCOA-COPRA ECONOMY Boom Period in Western Samoa 155
Few Amendments to W. Samoa Estimates 155
Advertising 155
PROPOSED NEW CUSTOMS LIST AT APIA 156
FREEHOLD ESTATE OFFER[?] IN BOUGAINVILLE 156
Advertising 156
GO CANNERY OUTPUT S[?] Meets Competition [?]om Jap. Tuna Packers 157
VILA RSL PROTESTS AGAINST JAPS 157
£loo-per-Head Cattle For Native Rations 157
PACIFIC ISLANDS SOCIETY 157
BGD Production 157
NGG PRODUCTION 157
Advertising 157 , 158
NEWS FROM THE COOKS 158
[?]ALES, GANNETS D AURORAS Du Can Help Science 159
BISCUIT FACTORY IS PUNNED FOR BSIP 159
FIJI WOMEN’S HOCKEY TEAM FOR NZ 159
First Fijian Secretary Of Legislative Council 159
Big Aircraft Using Tafuna Airport 159
Advertising 159 , 160
ndex to Advertisers 161
Advertising 161
ISLANDS PRODUCE 162
Advertising 162
ISLANDS MINING SHAI 162
EXCHANGE RATES 162
Advertising 163 , 164

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