Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
HSW 1363
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XXV, No. 4 (Nov. 1, 1954)
Images
172
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
Shipping Time-Tables 5 , 6
Advertising 5 , 6
Airways Time-Tables 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11
Advertising 7 , 8 , 9 , 10
Simogun Wants More Land for More Australians 11
£25 for a Colour Photograph 11
Advertising 11 , 12
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 13
Advertising 13
IN THIS ISSUE: 14
Advertising 14
Pacific Islands Monthly 15
AN APPRAISEMENT OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION 15 , 16
Aus. Minister Defends Lands Policy Reply to PIM Criticism 16
END OF FLYINGBOAT SERVICES Sky masters for Noumea, N. Hebrides, Fiji 16
MacRobertsons Buy NG Cocoa Plantation 16
P-NG LegCo Discusses: How to Spend the £10.5 Millions Record Budget 17
Fiji Population. London Moves—After Two Years! 17
500 Students Going Home By Air for Xmas 17
BSI Residents Try Again to Oust Income-Tax 18
Aid to Papua's Rubber Industry: Pool Gives Only Sydney Evidence 18
J. P. Bayly Clinic Opens 18
BSIP’S 5-YEARS PLAN BEGINS IN 1955 19
New Landmark on Apia Waterfront 19
P.NG Public Service Inquiry: High Resignation Rate Due to Poor Service Conditions 19
THE EDITORS' MAILBAG 20 , 21
Sukuna’s Call for Equality Of Sacrifice 21
NO THEORIES—IT WAS JUST A CASE OF Man and Cat Against the Sea! 22 , 23 , 148 , 149
... The Cat 23
MANY ISLANDS SHIPS TIED-UP BY AUSTRALIAN STRIKE 23
If BP’s Application is Granted:— Unionists Threaten Another Australian Waterfront War 23
Unilever in Cocoa-Growing Partnership with BSIP Government? 24
New Mayor of Suva 24
Do You Remember? 24
TONGA’S ROYAL COMM’C’L TRAVELLER Tugi Returns from USA With Varied Ideas 25
The Third Adam is Out 25
BSIP Plans Its 1955 Budget 25
Governors Meet in Noumea 25
An American at the Head of the South Pacific Commission 26
MATSO MAKES PACIFIC PLANS 27
Christmas Parties in Sydney 27
PNG LAND-SETTLEMENT POLICY IS INADEQUATE Described as Narrow, Rigid and Unrealistic 27 , 29 , 135 , 136 , 137 , 139
Advertising 28 , 29
Mr. E. V. Crisp Planning Retirement 30
Letter to the Editor: Jack Hides and the Hidden Valley 30 , 31
Advertising 30
Port Moresby Weddings 31
Advertising 31
Improving BSI Copra: £10 Between First and 3rd Grades 32
Advertising 32
Fixing the 1955 Price: Free Market Copra Shows Small Improvement 32
Cocoa Position: Planting Boom and Fluctuating Prices 32 , 33
Commonwealth Aid to Goldmining Industry 33
Of New Guinea Interest 33
Advertising 33
TERRITORIES TALK-TALK 34 , 35 , 37 , 38
Advertising 34
Christening in Papua 35
Advertising 35 , 36 , 37
P-NG Medical Cadetships: £1,000 a Year While Training 38
Advertising 38
Current News Items From Our Correspondents In Papua-New Guinea 39 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 45
Advertising 39 , 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44
Rise in pensions for NG war widows 45
Fiji Development Fund Close to ½ Million 45
Advertising 45
Hostel for Fijian Girls in Suva 46
Advertising 46
Harold Gatty on Future Of Pacific Tuna 47
Correction—No Vegetables 47
Advertising 47 , 48
Ex-Police Commissioner Leaves Papua-N. Guinea 48
Well-Known Folk in Papeete 49
Advertising 49 , 50
Clearing the Decks for— Disposal of BSI's Trade Scheme 51
New Consul in Tonga 51
Advertising 51
CORRECTION—Mr. Gold Did NOT Write It 52
No Uplift 52
Advertising 52
Fiji Airways Believe In— SUITABILITY OF DROVER AIRCRAFT FOR FIJI 53
Advertising 53
WHAT THE ATOMIC AGE MEANS TO MARSHALLESE 54
Advertising 54
W. Samoan Wedding 55
Advertising 55
MV Bulolo Goes to The Cup! 56
Advertising 56
Know-how v. Know-all The Great Mangaian Experiment 57 , 59
Advertising 57 , 58
Papeete “Move on Please!” 59
Advertising 59
INDUCEMENTS FOR CI BANANA GROWERS 60 , 61
Advertising 60
Tilapia and Trout for NG Highlands 61
TRAGIC STORY OF MANUS 61
Advertising 61 , 62
What Western Samoa is Doing in House-building 63
Advertising 63
Report to NZ: Mr. Webb’s Last Word on Cook Is. 64 , 65
Advertising 64
Shark—at Luxury Prices! 65
Fijian Minister for Honiara 65
Advertising 65 , 66 , 67
Apia Wedding of Political Note 67
In the NG Highlands— They Turn Grasslands into Forests 68 , 69
Advertising 68
MORE SHOCKS ON THE FIJI RHINO FRONT 69
Post Office Weddings in Apia 69
Advertising 69 , 70
Late in the Field, but now— Australians Have Unique Collection Of NG Mammals and Birds 71 , 72
Advertising 71 , 72
Education Headaches In N. Guinea Promising Experiments Among Tolais 73 , 75
Advertising 73 , 74 , 75
NG LIQUOR LAWS NEED ATTENTION 76
Advertising 76
JAP HORSE-SHOES FOR LUCK! J. L. Chipper’s Warangoi Enterprise 77 , 79
Advertising 77 , 78 , 79
HE SHOWED OYSTERS HOW TO PRODUCE PEARLS 80 , 81
Advertising 80
It's Becoming Safer By Air 81
Royal Visit to Tonga 81
Advertising 81 , 82
MAGAZINE SECTION Tropicalities 83 , 84
This Happened in Port Moresby 70 Years Ago 83
A Tragedy of Rarotonga 84
Capt. Carl Oscar Anderson: Fifty Years of Sea, Sail and Reef 84 , 85 , 96 , 97
OLD BOOKS RE-READ 19 Years On—And Only Europeans Change at Tari 85 , 97 , 99
ALL AT SEA 86 , 87 , 99 , 100 , 101 , 103
The Experienced Flan from Port Moresby 88 , 89
PIM CROSSQUIZ NO. 57 89
THIS MONTH’S NEW READING 89 , 92 , 93 , 95
Poultry Keeping in the Tropics. Building an Economical Fowl-House 90 , 95
Advertising 91 , 92 , 93 , 94
Solution from Page 83 95
Advertising 95 , 96 , 97 , 98 , 99 , 100 , 101 , 102
Mayne-Dodge Wedding 103
Advertising 103
Apia LDS Ball 104
Advertising 104
Shansi October Passengers 105
WIDE INTEREST IN BETTER COPRA DRIERS 105
Fiji Could Become Big Rice Producer 105
Advertising 105 , 106
News of the Small-Ships 107 , 108 , 109 , 111 , 112 , 113 , 114 , 115 , 116 , 117 , 119
Advertising 107 , 108 , 109 , 110 , 111 , 112 , 113 , 114 , 115 , 116 , 117 , 118
Fiji Royal Visit Book and Films 119
Advertising 119
Harris Must Serve Full Sentence 120
Advertising 120
Polynesian Boxers Now in Big Money 121
Scouting Movement Grows in P-NG 121
Advertising 121 , 122
Incredible Mass of Iron Ore Interesting Moves in New Caledonia 123 , 124 , 125
Advertising 123 , 124
To Study Native Gardening 125
Not Enough Women on Kioa Island 125
Advertising 125 , 126
FOR PACIFIC RADIO AMATEURS 127 , 128
Advertising 127
Jubilee of Levuka’s Anglican Church 128
Advertising 128
Two Other Cakobau Clubs Back in Fiji 129
More Radio-Active Fish 129
Advertising 129 , 130
Passion-Fruit’s Long Journey Romantic Setting for P-NG’s New Industry 131 , 132 , 133
Advertising 131 , 132
Ladd-Swinburne Wedding 133
Advertising 133 , 134 , 135 , 136 , 137 , 138
New Stores in Madang 139
Advertising 139 , 140
Interesting Tonga Weddings 140
Recent Coral Route Travellers ... 141
Pacific Ialands Society 141
Advertising 141 , 142
Our Enthusiastic Lae Correspondent Tells Us— How Lae Has Risen From the 1946 Shambles-and Why 143 , 144 , 145 , 147
Advertising 143 , 144 , 145 , 146
Cook Islands Residents in Auckland 147
Qantas Passengers for P-NG 147
MR. WEBB TAKES A GAMBLE 147
Advertising 147 , 148
Bound for Papua-New Guinea per Sinkiang in October 149
ANOTHER BUMPER YEAR FOR “STEAMIES” 149
UNDERSIZE TROCHUS FROM BSIP AND NEW GUINEA 149
Advertising 149 , 150
FIJI'S NEW BUTTON INDUSTRY BOOMS 151
Bean-Mills Wedding 151
Advertising 151 , 152
Married in Suva 152
NZ War Cemetery in N. Caledonia 152
Bogg-Graham Wedding at Mt. Hagen 153
Advertising 153 , 154
Progress and Plenty in N. Caledonia 154 , 155
Further Progress in Leprosy Control 155
HEATHS OF ISLANDS PEOPLE 155 , 156
Advertising 155 , 156
STAMPING OUT LEPROSY FROM NG HIGHLANDS 157
‘EUROPEANISATION’ IN THE NG HIGHLANDS 157
Advertising 157 , 158
News from Lautoka 158
Tahiti Has a Mail Grievance 158
Sea Travellers to Papua and New Guinea 159
THE DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF BRITAIN AND FRANCE 159
Stephenson-Yelland Wedding 159
Business Expansion in Fiji 159
Advertising 160
Chinese Tax-Evaders' Colony is Off 160
Fr. Oceania Air Service 160
Aerial Survey Companies Amalgamate 160
CREDIT UNIONS ARE POPULAR WITH FIJIANS 161
AN APPRECIATION OF DR. TOM BRENNAN’S LIFE AND ACHIEVEMENTS 161
Advertising 161 , 162
New Hebrides Labour: Another Attempt to Solve Vital Problem 163
ASIAN LABOUR IN FRENCH ISLANDS Fiji Indians May be Interested FROM R. W. ROBSON 163 , 164
Round the World and Home Again 163
Advertising 163 , 164
Aniseed Liquors Out, But You Can Have Beer 164
Australian Pipe-dream— CHEAP TEA FROM NEW GUINEA 165
Advertising 165
NZ Gifts to Pacific’s Lepers 165
Advertising 166
NORFOLK IS. NOTES 166
Late Mining Reports 166
Samoan Residence in New Zealand 167
Many Visitors to Sydney Polynesian Association 167
MORE TABULATED FACTS ABOUT NEW GUINEA 167
Story of a ‘Community Development’ Project 167
Julian Hillas Builds a House 167
Advertising 168
Some Memories of the Late Eric Weine 169
New Cook Islands Newspaper 169
News from the Coffee Front 169
Scouting in Fiji ... 169
ISLANDS PRODUCE 170
ISLANDS MINING SHARES 170
EXCHANGE RATES 170
Advertising 170 , 171 , 172

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