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Title: The West Indies gazette
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Language: English
Creator: West Indies (Federation)
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Place of Publication: Port of Spain Trinidad
Publication Date: August 21, 1959
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Subject: Politics and government -- Periodicals -- West Indies (Federation)   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: Trinidad and Tobago -- Trinidad
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v.1- Jan. 3, 1958-
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The West Indies Gazette



VOL. 2 FRIDAY, 21sT AUGUST, 1959 'Noa. 4


TABLE OF CONTENTS

GAZETTE NOTICES

No. SUBJECT MATTER PAGE NO. SUBJECT MATTER PAG
93 Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the West 95 Appointment of Deputy to the Acting
Indies Federation as at 30th April, 1959 ... 87 Governor-General ... ... ... ... 88
94 Acting Governor-Gethral's Visit to Tobago ... 88


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT

PART II-STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS
No. PAGE
19 of 1959 The Defence (Certificate of
Discharge) Regulations, 1959 ... 669


93
STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF THE WEST INDIES FEDERATION
AS AT 30TH APRIL, 1969

LIABILITIES ASSETS

$ c. $ c. 0 $ c
Special Aoodnt :-ash :-
]te-Federal Organisation ... 264 71 Treasury ... ... 53 21
Capital Expenditure Bank ... 2,697,765 18
G~verAment of Trinidad ... 614,933 31 Orown Age~ ts ... ... 3,827 10 2,701,(45 49
Grant on behalf of aided units 400
O.D. & W. Schemes .. 213,360 00 828,562 02 Imprest ... ... ... 45 -
Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund .. 1,257,600 00
Deposit Accounts ... ... 842,799 70
Advances :-
General Revenue Balance on Housing for Federal Ministers
1st January, 1959 ... ,340,064 54 and Ofdeisa ... ... 326,214 81
Surplus January to April, 1959 3,387,130 56 5,627,185 10 Household furniture for
Federal Ministers and
Officials ... .. 8,567 01
Furnishing Governor.
General's House ... 3,422 34
Office Furniture ... ... 6,919 60
Air-Oadltiaoing Federal
House ... ... ... 102,764 07
Other Goverpments and
Miscellaneous ... ... 2,867,845 60 3,315,723 43
Remittances ... ... ... 23,532 90
$7,298,546 82 $7,298,546 82


J. BULLY
The West Indies, Federal Accountant Gemmral
Federal House,
Trinidad.
15th August, 1909.




THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE


[Aug. 21, 1959J


93-Continued

ABSTRACT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE WEST INDIES FEDERATION FOR
THE PERIOD 4ST JANUARY TO 30TH APRIL, 1959


Estimate Actual Estimate Actual
Revenue 1959 Revenue Expenditure 1959 Payments


HBADs or REVBNUB

1. Currency Profits
2. Taxes ... ...
3. Contributions towards cost ol
Federal Services
4. Repayment of Advances
5. Miscellaneous Receipts
6. Mandatory Levy ...

TOTAL ORDInABY REVENUE

7. Colonial Development and
Welfare ...


TOTAL REVExNUE

OTHEn RounIPTs

Advances ...
Special Accounts ...
Deposits ... .
Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund

General Revenue Balqnces,
1st January, 1959
Remittances ...


TOTAL ... ...


$ c.


1,100,000 00
100,000 00

920,434 00
10,000 00
51,400 00
9,120,000 00

11,301,834 00


499,032 00


$ c.


208,416 92
56,957 17

6,569 22
7,750 72
59,189 15
5,436,721 00

5,775,604 18


Nil


111,800,866 00 $5,775,604


1,006,447
3,428,755
1,215,024

4,344,000


2,240,054 54
129,109 95


$18,138,996 55


HEADs or EXPnNDrruaB

1. Governor General ...
2. Supreme Court ...
3. Legislature
4. Audit
5. Secretariat ..
6. Law Officers ...
7. Prime Minister ...
8. Finance ... ...
9. Trade and Industry
10. Communications and Works
11. Natural Resources and
Agriculture ...
12. Labour and Social Affairs
13. Miscellaneous Services
Overseas Commissions-
14. United Kingdom
15. Canada ...
16. Venezuela
17. Student Services-United
States of America
18. Meteorological Services
19. Regional Contributions and
Services
20. Trade and Tariffs Commission
21. Expenses Federal Capital ...
22. Special Contingencies

TOTAL ORDINARY
EXPDTRURE ...

23. Colonial Development and
Welfare ...

TOTAL EXPENDITr ...


OTHER PAYMENTS

Advances ...
Special Accounts ... .
Deposits ......
Crown Agents, Joint
Consolidated Fund

Remittances
Cash Balance as at
30th April, 1959 ...
Imprest ... ...

TOTAL ...


$ c.


259,442 00
158,194 00
604,776 00
9,600 00
161,318 00
71,572 00
309,453 00
145,483 00
92,232 00
129,955 00

89,138 00
90,251 00
778,791 00

576,310 00
225,780 00
30,000 00

34,373 00
418,092 00

6,191,504 00
5,500 00
358,668 00
Nil


$ e.


52,627 22
36,354 40
126,947 39
1,200 00
42,834 63
20,673 55
62,513 49
42,080 03
26,670 65
36,028 84

20,758 44
29,656 88
122,410 91

239,709 24
46,716 28
Nil

7,388 16
73,740 44

1,334,663 38
2,909 25
4,655 97
Nil


10,740,432 00 2,330,539 15

545,132 00 57,934 47

S11,285,564 00 $2,388,473 62


4,322,170 79
2,600,193 72
372,225 08

5,601,600 00

152,642 85

2,701,645 49
45 00

$18,138,996 55


ACTING GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S VISIT TO TOBAGO

HIs EXCELLENCY THE ACTING GOVERNOR-GENERAL left Trinidad on the 20th August, 1959, on a visit to
Tobago.

His Excellency is expected to return to the Federal Capital, Trinidad, on the 23rd August, 1959.


APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY TO THE ACTING GOVERNOR-GENERAL

TiE Instrument appointing Mr. J. S. MORDECAI, C.M.G., Federal Secretary to act as Deputy to the Acting

Governor-General, during the latter's absence on a visit to Tobago, is published for general information.




[Aug. 21, 1959] THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE 8

95-Continued

THE WEST INDIES

By His Excellency Brigadier Sir ROBERT DUNCAN HARRIS
ARUNDELL, Knight Commander of the Most Dis-
tinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George,
[L.S.] Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British
Empire, Acting Governor-General and Commander-in-
Chief of the West Indies, &c., &c., &c.

R. D. H. ARUNDELL
Acting Governor-General

To: JOHN STANLEY MORDECAI, C.M.G.,
Federal Secretary

WHEREAS by article 4 of the Constitution of The West Indies it is provided that, whenever the Governor-General
(which expression by virtue of paragraph (3) of article 116 of the said Constitution, includes the Acting
Governor-General) -
(a) has occasion to be absent from the seat of the Federal Government but not from the Federation,
or
(b) has occasion to be absent from the Federation for a period that he has reason to believe will be of
short duration,
he may, by instrument under the Public Seal, appoint any person in the Federation to be his Deputy during
such absence and in that capacity to perform on behalf of the Governor-General such of the functions of the
office of Governor-General as may be specified in that instrument :
And whereas I, ROBERT DUNCAN HARRIS ARUNDELL, Acting Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief
of the West Indies, have occasion to be
(a) absent from the seat of the Federal Government, but not from the Federation, during the course
of a visit to Tobago, and
(b) for the purpose of that visit, absent from the Federation for periods that will be of short duration :
Now therefore, I the said ROBERT DUNCAN HARRIS ARUNDELL, in pursuance of the powers conferred upon
me in that behalf by the said article and of all other powers me thereunto enabling, do appoint you the said
JOHN STANLEY MORDECAI to be my Deputy during such absences and in that capacity to perform on my
behalf all the functions of the office of Governor-General vested in me, subject, however, to such instructions as
I may from time to time address to you.


Given under my Hand and the Public Seal of the West
Indies this 20th day of August, 1959, in the Eighth
Year of Her Majesty's Reign.


By His Excellency's Command


M. S. STAVELEY
Secretary to the Governor-General


GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, TRINIDAD, W.I.-1959





























THE WEST INDIES GAZETTE


Vol. 2 FRIDAY, 21st AUGUST, 1959 No. 43


LEGAL SUPPLEMENT

PART II-STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
No. Page
19 of 1959 The Defence (Certificate of Discharge)
Regulations, 1959 669








669 The Defence (Certificate of Discharge) Regulations, 1959.



THE WEST INDIES

STATUTORY INSTRUMENT NO. 19 of 1959.

THE DEFENCE (CERTIFICATE OF DISCHARGE)
REGULATIONS, 1959.


Made by the Governor-General under sections 16(4) and 221
of the Defence Act.

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

Regulation
1. Citation.
2. Certificate of discharge.

SCHEDULE.



His Excellency the Governor-General in exercise of the powers
conferred upon him by sections 16(4) and 221 of the Defence Act, 1958,
and of all other powers thereunto enabling him, hereby makes the
following Regulations:-

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Defence (Certificate
of Discharge) Regulations, 1959.

2. The certificate required by subsection (4) of section, 16 of the
Defence Act, 1958, to be given to a soldier on his discharge shall contain
the particulars set out in the Schedule to these Regulations.


Made this 25th day of July, 1959.


By Command,




M. S. STAVELEY,


Secretary to the Governor-General.


Citation.


Certificate
of dis-
charge.









The Defence (Certificate of Discharge) Regulations, 1959.


SCHEDULE


Regulation 2


CERTIFICATE ISSUED ON DISCHARGE


Serial N o.................


WIR/2


CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

ISSUED ON DISCHARGE


(if this Certificate is lost no duplicate can be obtained)


WARNING

Soldiers on leaving The West 'India. Regiment are hereby reminded that
the unauthorised communication by them to another person AT ANY
TIME of any information they may have acquired which might be useful
to an enemy in War renders them liable to prosecution.


The person to whom this Certificate is issued should on no account part
with it or forward it by post when applying for a situation but should
use a copy certified by a responsible person for the purpose. Any
alteration of the particulars given on this Certificate may render the
holder liable to prosecution.


ANY PERSON finding this Certificate is requested to forward it in an
unstamped envelope to :-

OC DEPOT West India Regiment,

Up Park Camp,

Kingston,


Jamaica.









671 The Defence (Certificate of Discharge) Regulations, 1959.


This page must be entirely free from erasure.

No ............................. Surnam e ....................

Christian or
Fore Name(s)............... ................................

Date and Place of Enlistment .....................................

Effective date
of Discharge.................. ............................. ...

Corps from
which discharged....... ....................................

Service with Service on Class
the Colours......yrs.......days. "W" (T) Reserve ......yrs......days.

Total
Service ................. yrs............... days.

Rank on
Discharge..................................................
Cause of
Discharge ............ ....... ........ ...... ...................





Medals, Clasps, Decorations, Mentions in Despatches; any special acts
of gallantry or distinguished conduct brought to notice in Brigade or
Superior Orders:

. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . ..





Previous Service Period
Navy Army or Airforce From To Rank on Discharge






Place ..............................
(Signature)
Officer
Date........................... in charge .................. Records









The Defence (Certificate of Discharge) Regulations, 1959. 672


This page must be entirely free from erasure.


Description of soldier on discharge


Year of birth ................ Height ............. ft.............. ins..

Eyes .............. ............... H air ..........................

Marks and scars (visible) ...........................................





FINAL ASSESSMENT OF CONDUCT AND CHARACTER

Military Conduct ..................................................

Testimonial......................... .........................






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The above assessments
have been read by me.
Signature of Soldier . ...... .......................................

Place......................... ........................
(Signature of C.O.)

D ate...................... .............................. (Unit).








RECORD OF EDUCATION ARMY


Highest Army Certificate of Education awarded Reasons for exemption from Certificate of Education lst/2nd Class
Class Date Authority
I 1 1


INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION (a) Voluntary courses of study-including those arranged by civilian education authorities.
Establishment and place Date Titles of subjects) & results
Fstablish t ad p e rom To (where appropriate)



(b) Other Examinations passed during Military service.
Date Examination Name of examining body Any distinctions gained
...........s.ablshmen at......... which... trained............. .nitia..lassifiction.an.reclass..catio


TRADE QUALIFICATIONS. Trade on enlistment


Establishment at which trained Initial classification and reclassification
Trade in which trained E h mt Cl
Establish ment From To Class Date.... .


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