Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXIV, No. 5 ( Dec. 1, 1953)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
HIPPING TIME-TABLES 5 , 6
AIRWAYS TIME-TABLES 6 , 7 , 9 , 10 , 11
Advertising 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
Workers Congress Meets in Suva 11
Advertising 11 , 12
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 13
Advertising 13
IN THIS ISSUE; 14
Advertising 14
Pacific Islands Monthly 15
Peace on Earth, Goodwill Towards Men’! 15 , 16
Advertising 16
Pacific Administration Graduates 16
FINANCE FOR P-NG ENTERPRISE New Section of Commonwealth Bank 16
FIJI MAYORAL ELECTIONS 16
NG GROUNDNUT INDUSTRY 16
THE ROYAL VISIT TO THE SOUTH PACIFIC Fiji, Tonga, Australian and NZ Territories Share in Festivities 17 , 18
Some of Papua-N. Guinea Representatives 17 , 18
Suva Wharf Costs Have Risen 10- NZ 18
US Rubber Decision 18
Sandy Creek Gold Sluicing Limited 18
Indian Workmen May Go To N. Caledonia 18 , 19
UVA’S NEW HOTEL WILL BE SMALLER 19
Do You Remember ? 19
COPRA PRICE IN 1954 United Representations To MOF 20
Sale of P-NG Copra To Sweden 20
AUSTRALIAN IMPORTS OF P-NG COPRA 20
Smaller Profit of WRC (Fiji) Ltd. 20
More Buildings for Moresby 20
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 21
Profit and Loss Across the Tasman 21
Threat of Detergents to DISPOSAL OF P-NG COPRA STABILISATION FUND Copra Market Australian Government Submits A Plan 22 , 140 , 141
£500,000 for BSI But Nothing for War-Blitzed Planters 22
The Telefomin Affair Hysterical Newspaper Comment In Australia 23
INDONESIAN CHAOS Threat to West N. Guinea 23
Governor Lowe Arrives At Pago Pago 23
Advertising 24
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 25 , 27 , 28
opters Over Moresby 25
Advertising 25 , 26 , 27 , 28
Coral Blocks Harbour Entrance 28
P-NG Administrator Should Be High Commissioner Present Position Absurd—Could Be Embarrassing 29
Advertising 29 , 30
No Income Tax And £8,000,000 to Spend P-NG Treasurer Presents His Budget 31 , 32
Advertising 31
Fiji's 1954 Expenditure Lower at £4,140,000 32 , 33
Advertising 32
BSIP Finds It Difficult To Spend Its Money £600,000 Budget for 1953 33
Modern Hotel in Dutch New Guinea 33
Advertising 33 , 34
FIJI HAS NEW BEACH HOTEL ON THE HAWAII PLAN 34
NG £1½ Million Plywood Project 34
NG Village Council Has to Pay £430 35
Advertising 35
WIDE ACTIVITIES OF SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION 36 , 37
Advertising 36
Etablissements Donald Increase Capital 37
Two Native Priests Ordained in Rabaul 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
New Zealanders for the Cooks CI Maoris for NZ 39
Advertising 39
NIUE ISLAND MURDER VERDICT CONFIRMED 40
Advertising 40
Members of Papua-N. Guinea's LegCo State Their Views 41 , 42 , 43
Advertising 41 , 42
No Price War 43
Commwlth. Bank Branch for Kavieng 43
Advertising 43
Pilot Walks Out 44
Advertising 44
Fiji Has Rice Surplus And a Bumper Season for Other Crops 45
Promotion for Mr. A. A. Roberts 45
Advertising 45 , 46
P-NG Legislative Cd: "Government-Sponsored Debating Society” Committee to Report on Set-Up for 1954 Elections 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
THE LAND MUST BE USED Governor’s Pointed Remarks to Fijians 49
THE TEMPTATION OF THE PACIFIC’S IDLE LAND 49
Advertising 49 , 50
These Were The Answers: 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
THE ROLE OF THE ROAD IN P-NG- You Wreck Them—Property-Owners Mend Them 53
Advertising 53 , 54
GATT'S 2d-a-Pound Will Not Be Enough 55 , 56 , 57 , 58
Advertising 55 , 56 , 57 , 58
Palmyra Instead of Christmas Is. For Airline Base 59 , 60
Advertising 59
New Roads for Fiji 60
Advertising 60
TOO MANY HOLIDAYS; NOT ENOUGH LAND Laymen Examine the Public Service of P-NG 61
Advertising 61 , 62
In New Zealand from the Polynesian Islands 63
APS GET MORE PHOSPHATE FROM ANGAUR 63
Advertising 63
Rarotonga Wants a Local Broadcasting Station 64
Advertising 64
Cook Is. Visitors to NZ 65
Advertising 65 , 66
To Study in Australia 67
Western Samoans Visit New Zealand 67
Advertising 67
MOROBE’S PROSPECTS FOR PEANUTS AND RICE 68
Advertising 68
Returning Home in November 69
Fiji Society Officers 69 , 71
Advertising 69 , 70 , 71
A Third Ship For Booming Banana Trade 72
Advertising 72
Islanders Now In NZ 73
Advertising 73 , 74
MAGAZINE SECTION The Pacific Now Has Another Nature-Man 75 , 76
J. Arthur Rank Puts Back the Clock 2,000 Years 76
PIM CROSSQUIZ NO. 46 76
Tropicalities 77 , 78
Fiji’s Three-Headed Statue 78
OLD STORY RE-READ: Telefomin Has a Long History—for N. Guinea 79 , 80
THE STORY OF WM. REIHER-II 81 , 82
New Stamps for Nauru 81
RECIPE CORNER 82
SOME PARTY SUGGESTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON 82 , 84
Advertising 83 , 84
Solution to Crossquiz from Page 74 84
BOOK REVIEWS: It Happened in the Deep South of France 85
Advertising 85 , 86
Guides on the Road of the Loving Heart 87
Advertising 87
Hawaii, Too, Has Record Sugar Crop 88
Advertising 88
‘Protected By Kiminel Defended By Short!’ 89 , 91 , 92
Advertising 89 , 90 , 91 , 92
Returning Home on MV "Bulolo” 93
Bishop Elect 93
Advertising 93 , 94
New Land Mark for Samarai 95
Advertising 95
No Shipping, No Cold Store—No Progress NZ Presents Cook Islands Report for 1952 96 , 97
Advertising 96 , 97 , 98
FOR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 99 , 100
Advertising 99 , 100
The Samoans and Democracy Self Government “by the End of 1954” 101
Advertising 101 , 102
NEWS OF THE SMALL-SHIPS 103 , 104 , 105 , 106 , 107 , 109 , 110 , 111
Advertising 103 , 104 , 105 , 106 , 107 , 108 , 109 , 110 , 111 , 112
“Miss Papua” Contest 113
Advertising 113
Christmas Party for NG Children in Sydney 114
Fagan—Orken Wedding 114
Advertising 114
Hobson’s Choice Dept.: HURRICANES PREDICTED; BUT NO EARTHQUAKES 115
Half Island Suffers From Leprosy 115
Jap Boats—But U.S. Capital 115
Advertising 115 , 116
FISHING WITH DYNAMITE: NO HANDS 116
Fourth Archbold Expedition to New Guinea Completed 116
Loloma Profit Slows Up 116
Developing Outports in Fiji 117
Advertising 117
AWARDS TO PILOTS OF CRASHED DROVER 118
New Education Chief for Fiji 118
Advertising 118
Priest From Honduras Tells Fiji About Credit Unions Something New in Cooperative Movements 119
Advertising 119 , 120
Fiji Now Has Plenty Of Whales’ Teeth 120
THE CANNERY THAT HAS NEVER CANNED New Plans for Pago Industry 121
Advertising 121
Norfolk Island Notes 122
Advertising 122
Islands Bound 123
Taveuni Airstrip in Use 123
Advertising 123 , 124
MORE TAHITI ON CELLULOID 125 , 126
Advertising 125
SYDNEY AND SUVA GET TOGETHER OVER MAYORAL CHAIN 126
Advertising 126
DEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 127 , 128 , 129
Advertising 127 , 128
BCD Values Fall 129
Advertising 129
TRANS TASMAN YACHT RACE 130
Advertising 130
News Items From Our Correspondents In Papua-New Guinea 131 , 132
Advertising 131 , 132
French Oceania Inter-Island Air Services 132
WESTERN SAMOA MAY ADJUST EXCHANGE RATE 133
CARNEGIE HRANT FOR SURVEY OF SAMOAS 133
Advertising 133 , 134
More Sheep for Nondugl 134
BEM to Indian Sugar-Worke 134
Cropp-Laide Wedding 134
Advertising 134
SIATAN GOES TO REPROVE SIN IN NEW GUINEA! 135
Advertising 135 , 136
W. SAMOA KICKS BRITAIN Extraordinary Discourtesy 137
Law—Lucas Wedding 137
Why Samoa Wants Freer Trade 137 , 138
Advertising 137 , 138
THE BRITISH CONSULATE IN TAHITI 138
Advertising 138
WAR GRAVES CEREMONIES IN PAPUA-N-GUINEA Composition of Official Party 139
LUCKY ESCAPE FROM FATAL BCPA CRASH 139
Advertising 139 , 140
[?]O FURTHER LOCAL GOVERNMENT [?]OR FIJI AT PRESENT 141
What Happened to the Threatened Raluana Proclamation? 141 , 142
Advertising 141
QANTAS WILL FLY QUEEN IN AUSTRALIA 142
Advertising 142
Bank of NZ Expands in Fiji 142
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS FROM THE COOKS 142
P-NG Education – From the Top, Down 20 Natives for Australian Secondary Schools 143 , 145 , 146
Advertising 143 , 144 , 145 , 146
Book Review: PERIL AT EASTER ISLAND Taylor’s Exciting Story of S. American Flight 147 , 148
Advertising 147 , 148
Happy Thought! 148
The Legislative Council of the Cook Islands 149
Advertising 149 , 150
NATURE NOTES 151
Another Tongan Boxer For NZ 151
NEW DOCK AREA FOR SUVA 151
Breckwoldts in BSIP 151
Advertising 151 , 152
Police Chief on Leave 153
Another Paradise Gone 153
Advertising 153
ISLANDS PRODUCE 154
Advertising 154
EXCHANGE RATES 154
Advertising 155 , 156

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