Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXIV, No. 4 ( Nov. 1, 1953)
Images
162
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
SHIPPING TIME-TABLES 5 , 7
Advertising 5 , 6
AIRWAYS TIME-TABLES 7 , 9 , 11
Advertising 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 13
Advertising 13
IN THIS ISSUE: 14
Advertising 14
Pacific Islands Monthly 15
THE MISSION OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II 15 , 16
Advertising 16
NG Natives Murder Patrol Officers 16
Queen Elizabeth’s Fine Gesture To Salote of Tonga 16
NG WOMEN’S CLUB OF SYDNEY Christmas Festivities 16
Another Indian Commissioner tor Fiji 16
BRITISH MONARCH IN SOUTH PACIFIC Formal Visits to Fiji and Tonga 17 , 148 , 149
TEAL May Use land- Planes to Nadi Re organisation of Pacific Airservices Forecast 18
Do You Remember ? 18
[?]OPRA PRICE NEXT YEAR [?]tes Should be Maintained 19
Spacious New Building for Administrator and Staff 19
Appointment of Niue Is. Commissioner 19
BANABANS IN FIJI 19
Australia’s Dead in New Guinea Some Aspects of G-G’s Visit to War Cemeteries 20 , 21
GREAT EARTHQUAKE : NO DAMAGE 21
SAMOA TO REMAIN ‘DRY’ Special Visitors May Drink 21
No Penal Sanctions, Says Minister But Native Labour Desertions Go On 22
Britishers Sustain Their Interest in Queen of Tonga 22
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 23 , 24
Advertising 24
DEBATE ABOUT THE PRODUCTIVITY OF PAPUA-N. GUINEA 24
BSI Tax Challenge Appeal Dropped 25
Noumea Would Like to Trade with NZ 25
Advertising 25 , 26
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 27 , 29 , 30
Advertising 27 , 28 , 29 , 30
TAKING THE TEMPERATURE OF TRAVELLING BANANAS 30
TWO MARINE DISASTERSTONGA AND FIJI 31
New Guinea—Anglers' Mecca of the Future? 31
Bank of NSW Now at Madang, NG 31
Advertising 31 , 32
They Climbed Tahiti’s Highest Peak 33
FIJI’S 79 YEARS OF PROGRESS 33
Advertising 33
SUVA CAN EXPECT NEXT EARTHQUAKE 200 YEARS FROM NOW 34
Advertising 34
They Travelled by Air 35
Oscar Goes into Hotel Business 35
Advertising 35 , 36
SIGNS OF TRADE WAR IN NEW HEBRIDES 37
Fiji Prepares for Worst 37
Advertising 37
PAPUAN MAN AS MADANG DC 38
Advertising 38
FIJI PRIVATES CANNOT SUPPORT THEIR WIVES 39
Advertising 39 , 40
Matheson-Lamerton Wedding 41
Advertising 41
LESS WHALE OIL IN 1953 SEASON 42
Advertising 42
To NZ By Air 43
The Last of Solomons Scrap Offered 43
Population of Cooks 43
Advertising 43 , 44
Bishop Revisits Rabaul 44
Island Travellers 45
NEW GUINEA BEER SELLING IN QUEENSLAND 45
Advertising 45
EMERGENCY PROCEDURE FOR DAMAGED SANDRINGHAM 46
Advertising 46
US, AUSTRALIA, NZ CO-OPERATION AID SERIOUSLY ILL MAN 47
Protection for N. Zealand Growers Even When Not Growing 47
First Manager of Fiji Broadcasting Commission 47
Advertising 47 , 48
EASING MADANG’S DRY SEASON TROUBLES 49
LANDING BOND WANTED 49
STAMP MEN’S COMPLAINT 49
Advertising 49
COASTWATCHERS’ MEMORIAL Probably be a Navigation Light 50
Advertising 50
£10½ MILLIONS P-NG Exports in 1952-53 51
Cargo Levy to Pay for Suva's Earthquake-Damaged Wharf 51
Advertising 51 , 52
JAPANESE AROUND N. SOLOMONS Fishing Fleets Contact Natives 53 , 54
Advertising 53
Tyres Retreaded in Apia, Now 54
Advertising 54
‘BLACK MAGIC' How Do Islanders Communicate? 55
Advertising 55 , 56
‘SCREECHING UNLIMITED’ 56
SUVA PROCLAIMED A CITY Area’s Population 40,000 57 , 58
Advertising 57
The World Needs More Cocoa 58
Advertising 58
FISHING BY ELECTRICITY Remarkable New Method of Food-gathering 59 , 61
Advertising 59 , 60
Radio NZ Daytime Service 61
Advertising 61
HONIARA RADIO 62
Catching Sharks—Taveuni Style 62
Advertising 62
FIJI’S RELUCTANT REHABILITATION OF EXSERVICEMEN 63
Advertising 63 , 64
ASIATICS IN THE NEW HEBRIDES 64 , 65
Advertising 65
FAREWELL TO A FRIENDLY PUB 66
Advertising 66
SWAINS’ HEADACHE Labour Problem for an old Family 67
NEW MOVES IN WESTERN SAMOA 67
Advertising 67 , 68
PAPUAN RUBBER-GROWERS’ BURDEN 69
Advertising 69
HILL RESORT FOR SAMOA 70
NEW PASSENGERS ONLY VESSEL WILL CALL AT SUVA 70
Advertising 70
THE OLD AND THE NEW 71
FIJI CLOSES UP HER CURRENCY 71
Advertising 71 , 72
NG STONE-AGE MEN SAMPLE OUTSIDE WORLD 73
Advertising 73
TRANS-BUSU LET AGAIN New Timber Area in NG 74
Paul Has Medal Here for Thee! 74
Advertising 74
MORE EDUCATION FOR SAMOANS Idealist’s Programme 75
Advertising 75 , 76
MAGAZINE SECTION Tropicalities 77 , 78
Suva Knew Darling, Tahiti s Nature Man 78
SANTO, THE TOWN THE YANKS LEFT 79 , 80
FIJI, 1953 80
THE STORY OF WM. REIHER—I 81 , 89 , 90 , 91 , 93
Book Reviews This Adam is a kukukuku 82 , 83 , 84
ISLANDS 84
THE COCONUT—THE PACIFIC’S MOST VERSATILE PLANT 84 , 86
PIM CROSSQUIZ NO. 45 84
Advertising 85 , 86
RECIPE CORNER 87
GIBBINGS EXPLORES ANOTHER RIVER 87
Advertising 87 , 88
Solution to Crossquiz from Page 84 89
Advertising 89 , 90 , 91 , 92
Another Archbold Expedition for NG 93
Advertising 93
SAMOA ABANDONS BRITISH PREFERENCE TARIFF 94
Advertising 94
Canberra Asked to Back Talk with Hard Cash Visit of Bank Chief Has Had No Visible Result 95 , 97
Advertising 95 , 96
DANGEROUS ATOLLS Nassau’s New Settlers Do Well 97
WAU DISTRICT NEWS 97
Advertising 97
BREAD UP, BUT SAME COST OF LIVING! 98
Advertising 98
UNDER MICROSCOPE Distinguished Scholars Survey W. Samoa 99
Noted Journalist in Polynesia 99
Advertising 99 , 100
LATE—BUT STILL BETTER THAN NEVER 100 , 101
FACE LIFT FOR APIA DOCK AREA 101
GOLD FROM TONGA’S SEA 101
Advertising 101
WAR ON THE BEETLE Predator Established in Micronesia 102
Advertising 102
SNOW ON THE EQUATOR What Three Climbers Found 14,000-ft Up In NG 103 , 105
Advertising 103 , 104 , 105
SMALL NG SHIPS WHICH DON’T CARE! 106 , 107
Advertising 106
ME BASIC PROBLEM IN STACKING MALARIA 107
Advertising 107 , 108
More Money For P-NG Works-More Works Expected 109
LOOKING TO ISLANDS FOR MUTTON BIRDS 109
SIR HENRY SCOTT AT THE BAMBOO CURTAIN 109
Advertising 109
NG’s 280 Students Cost Admin. £45,000 110
Advertising 110
Island Travellers 111
Advertising 111 , 112
Islands Visitors to NZ 112
Plans for the Islanders 12th Session of South Pacific Commission 113 , 114 , 115
Advertising 113 , 114
LET’S ALL BE VERY REFINED, PLEASE 115
Advertising 115 , 116
FOR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 117 , 118
Advertising 117
SAMOANS TO TAKE ANOTHER STEP IN LOCAL GOV’T 118
Advertising 118
[?]ONGAN BOXER HAS BOUT OF TEMPERAMENT 119
High Infant Mortality in Cooks 119
NORFOLK IS. NEWS 119
Advertising 119 , 120
NEWS OF THE SMALL-SHIPS 121 , 122 , 123 , 125 , 126 , 127 , 129 , 131
Advertising 121 , 122 , 123 , 124 , 125 , 126 , 127 , 128 , 129 , 130
TRIPLE TRAGEDY AT VAVAU 131
Advertising 131 , 132
Niueans Appeal Against Conviction for Murder Evidence Given by M. G. Check 132 , 133
ONE CROOK MADE A CRIME WAVE FOR TAHITI TOURIST 133
Advertising 133 , 134
POINTED-STICKS IN PLACE OF BULLDOZERS How Hagen-Gusap Road is Built 135
Advertising 135
Canna—New Rival to Kenaf and Jute 136
Influenza in New Guinea 136
Advertising 136
[?]ABAUL building [?]ITES: [?]OME CORRECTIONS 137 , 139
Advertising 137 , 138
TONGA UP TO-DATE New Residence for Queen 139
PRAYER AS A WEAPON AGAINST RHINO BEETLES But it May Have Serious Repercussions in Tonga 139
Advertising 139 , 140
Flight-Goodman Wedding 141
Curious Ethnological Link Discovered 141
PRICES FOR MICRONESIAN COPRA, SHELL 141
Advertising 141
AUSTRALIA GOES INTO PEARL BUTTON BUSINESS 142
Advertising 142
SHEEP POSSIBILITIES IN NEW GUINEA 143
Advertising 143 , 144
New Church for Ela Beach 145
[?]LE HAS PROBABLY [?] IN [?]AREA FOR 2 YEARS 145
th of Fijian Centenarian 145
Advertising 145 , 146
Queer Effect of Earthquake 147
CITY COUNCIL POLL IN SUVA 147
Advertising 147 , 148
THE CITY OF SUVA 149
Advertising 149 , 150
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 151
Advertising 151 , 152
WEST N.G. AFFECTED BY INDO. CHAOS 153
Advertising 153
PAPUA-NEW GUINEA ROUND-UP 154 , 155 , 157
Advertising 154 , 155
SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION : TECHNICAL PAPERS 156
Advertising 157 , 158
STRANGE VOTE IN TAHITI moderates Regain Control 159
Advertising 159
ISLANDS PRODUCE 160
Advertising 160
EXCHANGE RATES 160
Advertising 161 , 162

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