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Ofrfiial


NO. 13










(terite


PUBLISHED BY


AUTHORITY


BRIDGETOWN,


BARBADOS,


14TH FEBRUARY,


NOTICE NO. 101

MEETING OF LEGISLATURE
The Legislative Council will meet on Tuesday
19th February, 1957 at 2 o'clock p.m.
The House of Assembly will meet on Tuesday
19th February, 1957 at 3 o'clock p.m.

NOTICE No. 102
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Leave
A. E. Douglas-Smith. member, Public Service
Commission, one month's sick leave with effect from
12th February, 1957.
Temporary Appointment
S. A. Hammond, C.M.G., to be a temporary
member, Public Service Commission, with effect from
12th February, 1957.
(M.P. 6605/S.3 Vol. II)
Transfer
C. McL. Best, Senior Laboratory Assistant,
Government Bacteriological and Pathological De-
partment, to the post of Senior Laboratory Assis-
tant, Health Centre, St. Michael, with effect from
15th February, 1957.


Appointment
H. E. Haedley, Laboratory Assistant, Govern-
ment Bacteriological and Pathological Department,
to be Senior Laboratory Assistant, Government Bac-
teriological and Pathological Department, with
effect from 15th February, 1957.
(M.P. 5968/S.1/T.1)
NOTICE No. 103
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES
The application of Philip Best and Lilian Best
of Charnocks, Christ Church for permission to sell
Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a board and shingle
shop at Marley Vale, St. Philip.
Dated this 11th day of February 1957.
To:-D. A. WILLIAMS Esq.
Ag. Police Magistrate, District "C".
GORDON BROWNE
For Applicant.
N.B.-This application will be considered at a
Licensing Court to be held at Police Court, District
"C" on Friday the 22nd day of February 1957 at
11 o'clock, a.m.
D. A. WILLIAMS,
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. "C'"

The application of Perkins & Co. Ltd., Mer-
chants of Roebuck Street, City for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a wall building
known as "Golden Grocery & Bar" at Baxters
Road, City.
Dated this 12th day of February 1957.
To:-C. A. ROCHEFORD, Esq..
Ag. Police Magistrate, District "A".
OLYNTHIA CODRINGTON,
for Applicant.
N.B.-This application will be considered at a
Licensing Court to be held at Police Court, Dis-
trict "A," on Tuesday the 26th day of Februanry
1957 at 11 o'clock, a.m.
C. A. ROCHEFORD,
Ag. Police Magistrate, District "A."


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100 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES-Cont'd
(Transfer)
The application of Woodroofe McDonald Pinder
shopkeeper of Garden Land, Country Road pur-
chaser of Liquor Licence No. 517 granted to Harold
Proverbs & Co. Ltd., in respect of board and shingled
shop attached to residence at Hindsbury Road, St.
Michael for permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&c. with said liquor licence at board and shingled
shop with residence attached at ,Garden Land, Coun-
try Road, St. Michael.
Dated this 11th day of February, 1957.
To:-Miss M. E. BOURNE,
Police Magistrate, Dist "A,"
WOODROFFE McDONALD PINDER,
Applicant.
N.B.-This application will be considered at a
Licensing Court to be held at Police Court, District
'A," on Friday the 22nd day of February 1957
at 11 o'clock, a.m.

M. E. BOURNE
Police Magistrate, Dist. "A".


The application of Austin Brathwaite, Shop-
keeper of Luke's Avenue Bay Land, St. Michael
for permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
a wall shop attached to residence at Nelson Street,
City.
Dated this llth day of February 1957.
To --C. A. ROCHEFORD, Esq..
Ag. Police Magistrate, District "A."

AUSTIN BRATHWAITE,
Applicant.
N.B.-This application will be considered at
a Licensing Court to be held at Police Court, Dis-
trict "A," on Friday the 22nd day of February
1957 at 11 o'clock, am.

C. A. ROCHEFORD,
Ag. Police Magistrate, District "A."

The application of Albertha Thompson of Gall
Hill, St. John for permission to sell Spirits, Malt
Liquors, &e., at a board and galvanised shop with
shed attached at St. Jude's Village St. George.
Dated this 8th day of February 1957.
To:- C. L. WALWYN, Esq.
Police Magistrate, District "B."
CLAUDE THOMPSON,
For Applicant.
N.B.-This application will be considered at a
Licensing Court to be held at Police Court, Dis-
trict "B" on Wednesday the 20th day of February
1957 at 11 o'clock, a.m.
C. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, District "B."

(Transfer)
The application of Coleridge Burrowes, of
Roach Village, St .George holder of liquor license
No. 828 of 1957 granted to Lilian Burrowes, in
respect of a board and galvanized shop at Roach
Village, St George for permission to use the said
license at such last described prennses.
Dated this 8th day of Febriuary 1957.
To:- C. L. WALWYN, Esq.
Police Magistrate, District "B."


VINCENT WELCH,
for Applicant.


N.B.-This application will be considered at the
Licensing Court to be held at Police Court, Dis-
trict "B" on Wednesday the 20th day of February
1957 at 11 o'clock, a.m.

C. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, District "B."


(Transfer)

No. of License-296
Name of person from whom license was pur-
chased-Godfrey Beckles, Endeavour, St. James
(deceased).
Situation of premises for which license was
originally granted-a board and galvanize shop at-
tached to residence at Endeavour, St. James.
Name of Transferee-Frederica Beckles
Occupation of Transferee-Shopkeeper,
Residence of Transferee-Baywood, St. James.
Dated this 12.th day of February 1957.
To:-G. E. WELLINGTON, Esq.
Ag. Police Magistrate Dist. "E". Holetown.

FREDERICA BECKLES,
Applicant.
N.B.-This application will be considered
on the 26th day of February 1957 at 11 o'clock a.m.
at Police Court District "E" Holetown.

G. E. WELLINGTON,
Ag. Police Magistrate "E", Holetown.


NOTICE No. 104

NOTICE

The Estate of
ERNESTINE MABEL EDGECUMBE

deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons
having any debt or claim against the Estate of
Ernestine Mabel Edgecumbe who died in England
on the 23rd day of March 1956 are hereby required
to send particulars of their claims duly attested to
Lloyds Bank Limited the qualified Executor of the
Will of the deceased, in care of Messrs. Cottle,
Catford & Co., No. 17, High Street, Bridgetown,
Solicitors on or before the 25th day of May 1957,
after which date the said Executor shall proceed
to distribute the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto having regard only to such
claims as the said Executor shall then have had notice
of, and the said Executor will not be liable for
the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any
person of whose debt or claim we shall not have
had notice. And all persons indebted to the said
Estate are requested to settle their indebtedness
without delay.

Dated this 4th day of December, 1956.


LLOYDS BANK LIMITED,
Per. J. C. Armstrong, Atty.


FEBRUARY 14, 1957








FERUR 14,---- 1957 OF1C& GAZETTE.-


NOTICE NO. 70 -(third publication)
BARBADOS.
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
In pursuance of the Chancery Act 1906, I do
hereby give notice to all persons having or claiming
any estate, right or interest or any lien or incum-
brance in or affecting the property of the defendant
to bring before me an account of their claims with
their witnesses documents and Vouchers to be
examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between
the hours of 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon
at the Registration Office, Town Hall, Bridgetown
before the 10th day of April 1957 in order that such
claims may be reported on and ranked according to
the nature and priority thereof respectively other-
wise such persons will be precluded from the benefits
of any decree and be deprived of all claims on or
against the said property.

Plaintiff: CYRIL BRUCE BROOKS
Defendants: RUSSELL SIMPSON
ETHEL CLEMESHA
LORRAINE STADLE
J. LISLE MARSHALL
By their Attorney
CASPER CARLTON GALE

Property: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel o".
land situate in the parish of Saint Joseph and Island
aforesaid containing by admeasurement, Two acres
thirty seven and one half perches be the same more
or less butting and bounding on the lands of Spring
field Plantation, on lands of one Roach, on lands
of one Gill and on the Public Road or however else
the same may butt and bound.
BILL FILED: 18 January, 1957
DATED: 1st. February, 1957.

V. I. DeL. CARRINGTON,
Registrar-in-Chancery (Ag.)

NOTICE No. 71 -(third publication)
BARBADOS.
IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

In pursuance of the Chancery Act 1906, I do
hereby give notice to all persons having or claiming
any estate, right or interest or any lien or incum-
brance in or affecting the property of the defendant
to bring before me an account of their claims with
their witnesses documents and Vouchers to be
examined by me any Tuesday or Friday between
the hours of 12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon
at the Registration Office, Town Hall, Bridgetown
before the 10th day of April 1957 in order that such
claims may be reported on and ranked according to
the nature and priority therefore respectively other-
wise such persons will be precluded from the benefits
of any decree and be deprived of all claims on or
against the said property.
Plaintiff: ERNEST LISLE WARD Executor
and Trustee and Personal Represen-
tative.
Defendant: EDWARD DANIEL CUTHBERT
ROGERS
Property: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of
land situate in a district called Headings in the par-
ish of Saint Philip in this island containing by
admeasurement one acre three roods two and one-
half perches or thereabouts (inclusive of three perches
in the Public Road) Butting and bounding on the


East on lands of Carol Fields, on the South on
lands of Mr. Lyte on the West on lands of Mary E.
Williams and on the North on the Public Road or
however else the same may butt and bound together
with the message or dwellinghouse thereon.
BILL FILED: 16th January, 1957
DATED: 1st. February, 1957.

V. I. DeL. CARRINGTON,
Registrar-in-Chancery (Ag.j



NOTICE No. 72 -(third publication)

NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ethel Glencora Blackett
of Around-the-Town, Speightstown in the parish of
Saint Peter, in this Island, is petitioning the Hon-
ourable Court of Ordinary of this Island for a grant
of Letters of Administration to the estate of hlr
deceased son Ernest Nathaniel Blackett, who died in
this Island on the 16th day of January 1957.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that an ex part
application for such Letters of Administration will
be made at the sitting of the said Court on Friday
the 22nd day of February 1957 at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon.

Dated this 6th day of February 1957.

F. StC. HUTCHINSON,
Petitioner's Proctor.


NOTICE No. 73 -(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


COROCRAFT

That CORO, INC., a corporation organized under
the laws of the State of New York, United States of
America, whose trade or business address is 47 West
34th Street, in the City, County and State of New
York, United States of America, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part "A" of Register
in respect of Jewelry, precious and semi-precious;
costume jewelry, and cultured and artificial pearls,
and will be entitled to register the same after one
month from the 7th day of February, 1957 unless
some person shall in the meantime give notice in
duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen on: appli-
cation at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTCON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


FEBRuAR~Y 14. 1957


OFFICIAL GAZETTE.








102 Oir' CIAL GAZETTE FEBauARY 14, 1957
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NOTICE NO. 89 -(third publication)


TAKE NOTICE


That J. & P. COATS LIMITED, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or business address is
Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley, Scotland, has
applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part
"A" of Register in respect of Threads and yarns
of all kinds and will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th day of February.
1957 unless some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.


Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,

Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE No. 90 -(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


That J. & P. COATS LIMITED, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or business address is
Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley, Scotland, has


applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part
"A" of Register in respect of Threads and yarns
of all kinds and will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th day of February,
1957 unless some person shall in the meantime give
i,otice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.


Dated this 6th day of February, 1957


V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,

Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.



NOTICE No. 91 -(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE



CIBA



That CIBA LIMITED, a Joint Stock Company
organised under the laws of Switzerland, Manufac-
turers and Merchants, whose trade or business
address is 141, Klybeckstrasse, Basle, Switzerland,
has applied for the registration of a trade mark in
Part "A" of Register in respect of Pharmaceutical
.preparations and substances for human use and for
veterinary use; sanitary preparations and sub-
stances; infants' and invalids' foods; medical and
surgical plasters, surgical dressings; material pre-
pared for bandaging; material for stopping teeth;
dental wajx; antiseptic and disinfectant preparations,
insecticides; and preparations for killing weeds and
destroying vermin and will be entitled to register the
same after one month from the 7th day of February
1957 unless some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.







FEBRUARY 14, 1957 OFFICIAL GAZETTE 103


NOTICE NO. 74 -(third publication)
TAKE NOTICE


ROBINADE

That KEEN ROBINSON & COMPANY LI-\.
ITED, a British Company, Manufacturers, whose
trade orn business address is Carrow Works, Norwich,
England, has applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part "A" of Register in respect of fruit
juices and syrups; non-alcoholic, .non,-a,erated
beverages and preparations for making such
beverages, and will be entitled to register the same
after one month fro:-- the 7th day of Febriary 1957
unless some person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen on appli-
cation at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON.
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE NO. 75 -(third publication)
TAKE NOTICE



Mobil!




That SOCONY MOBIL OIL COMPANY, INC.,
a corporation organized and existing under the laws
of the State of New York, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is 150 East 42nd
Street, New York, State of New York, United States
of America, has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part "A" of Register in respect of
petroleum and products of petroleum, with or with-
out admixtures of other materials for illuminating,
heating power, burning, lubricating, cutting greasing
tempering, quenching, slushing and flushing, and
will be entitled to register the same after one month
from the 7th day of February 1957 unless som-
person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mark can be seen on application at my
,office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE NO. 76 -(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


PETER STUYVESANT

That AMERICAN CIGARETTE COMPANY
S.A. LIMITED, a company incorporated under the
laws of the Union of South Africa, whose trade or
business address is 43, Juta Street, Braamfontein,
Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of South Africa,
Manufacturers and MVerchants, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part "A" of Register
in respect of Cigarettes, tobacco and cigars, anl
will be entitled to register the same after one month
from the 7th day of February 1957 unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mark can be seen on application at my
office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE No. 77 (third publication)

TAKE NOTICE



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.ANC HOR





That J. & P. COATS LIMITED, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or business address is
Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley, Scotland, has
applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part
"A" of Register in respect of Threads and yarns
of all kinds and will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th day of February,
1957 unless some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.








OFPICIAL:G[AZETTE FBUR 4 ~5


NOTICE NO. 78 -(third publication)
TAKE NOTICE


LEDERKYN

That AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY, a
*corporation organized and existing under the laws
of the State of Maine, United States of America,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business address is 30
Rockefeller Plaza, City of New York, State of New
York, U.SA., hap applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part "A" of Register in respect of
Chemical substances used in medicine and pharmacy,
.and will be entitled to register the same after one
month from the 7th day of February 1957 unless
some person shall in the meantime give notice in
duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen on appli-
.cation at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE No. 79 -(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


That J. & P. COATS:LIMIT'ED, Maniufacturcrs
.and Merchants, whose trade or business address is
Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley, -Scotland, has
applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part
"A" of Register in respect of Threads and yarns
,of all kinds afd will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th -day of February,
1957 unless some.person shill in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such.registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. ,I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE No. 80 -(third publication)
TAKE NOTICE


SERPASIL

That CIBA LIMITED, a Joint Stock Company
organised under the laws of Switzerland, Manufac-
turers and Merchants, whose trade or business
address is 141, Klybeckstrasse, Basle, Switzerland,
has applied for the registration of a trade mark in
Part "A" of Register in respect of Pharmaceutical
preparations and substances for human use and for
veterinary use, and will be entitled to register the
same after one month from the 7th day of February
1957 unless some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.


V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE NO. 81 -(third publication)

TAKE rNOTIGCE


That J. & P. COATS LIMITEiD, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose .trade or business address is
Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley, Scotland, has
applied for the registration of .a trade mark in Part
"A" of Register in.respect of Threads.and yarns
of all kinds and will be. entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th day of February,
1957 unless some person shtll in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,


, Acting Rpgistrar of Trade Marks.


OFBICLBL :;EBZETTE


FEBRuARY 14. 1957








1FRRuRY 14 195i7 F


.NOTICE NO. 82 --(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


That J. & P. COATS LIMITED, Manufacturers
-and Merchants, whose trade or business address i,
Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley, Scotland, has
.applied for the registration of a trade mark in Pa.:t
"A" of Register in respect,of Threads and yarns
of all kinds and will be entitled to register the sana
.after one month -from -the 7th day of -February..
1957 unless some .person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on,
.application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE NO. 83 -(third publication

TAKE NOTICE


That J. & P. COATS LIMITE;D. Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or business address is
Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley, Scotland, has
:applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part
""A" .of Register in respect of Threads and yarns
of all kinds and will.be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th day of February,
1957 unless some person shall in the meantime give
notice in. duplicate to me at:my.office of opposition
-of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application..at *ny ofice.

'Dated this 6th day of'February, 1957.


V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


' NOTICE NO. 84 -(-third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


That J. & P. COATS LIMITED, Manufacturers
and Mercnants, whose trade or business address is
Ferguslie Thread Wqrks, Paisley, Scotland, has
applied for the registration of a trade mark in Part
"A" of Register in respect of Threads and yarns
of all kinds and will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th day of February,
1957 unless some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.


Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.


V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,

,Ac.ting .Registrar. of .Trade Marks.


NOTICE NO. 85 -(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


GOSSIP

That DERMACULT. (S.A.) (PI~QRIETARY)
LIMITED, a company organised and existing under
the limited liability laws of the .Union of South
Africa, whose trade or business address is 211,
Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, Union of South
Africa, has applied for the registration,of a trade
mark in Part "A" of Register in respect of
Deodorants, depilatories, toilet preparqtiqns, creams,
cosmetics, perfumery, soap, nail polish and beauty
kits, and will be entitled,to register tte ,~ame after
one month from the 7th day of February 1957 unless
some person shall in the,mIeantiipe give ,notice in
duplicate to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen on appli-
cation at my office.


:Dated this ,6th day ,of Febi yary, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,


Acting Registrar of Trade Marke.


OFFICIAL GAZFTTE


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NOTICE No. 86 -(third publication)
TAKE NOTICE



CUTEX


That NORTHAM WARREN CORPORATION,
a corporation organized and existing under the laws
of the State of New York, United States of America,
whose trade or business address is Barry Place and
Fairchild Avenue, Stamford, Connecticut, United
States of America, has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part "A" of Register in respect
of Hand preparations, manicure preparations and
lipsticks, and will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 7th day of February 1957,
unless some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE NO. 87 -(third publication)
TAKE NOTICE


ARPEGE

SCANDAL

PRETEXTE

RUMEUR

MY SIN

EAU DE LANVIN

PRODIGE

CRESCENDO

That LANVIN-PARFUMS Societe Anonyme, of
French Nationality and incorporation, whose trade or
business address is 3, Rue de Tilsitt, Paris, Fraace,
has applied for the registration of a trade mark in


AZETTE FEBRUARY 14, 1957

Part "A" of Register in respect of all perfumery
products, powders, facial beauty and make-up-
products, essential oils, cosmetics and.toilet acces-
sories, articles and utensils, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from the 7th day
of February 1957 unless some person shall in the-
meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The trade mark
can be seen on application at my office.
The applicants disclaim the exclusive right to-
the use of the word "MY" as part of the above trade
mark "MY SIN."
Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks-


NOTICE N*. 88


-(third publication)

TAKE NOTICE


LANVIN
Parfums


That LANVIN-PARFUMS Societe Anonyme, of
French Nationality and incorporation, whose trade-
or business address is 3, Rue de Tilsitt, Paris,
France, has applied for the registration of a trade-
mark in Part "A" of Register in respect of all
perfumery products, powders, facial beauty and
ma-ke-up products, essential oils, cosmetics, and toilet
accessories, articles and utensils, and will be entitled
to register the same after one month from the 7th
day of February 1957 unless some person shall in
the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my office.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.

V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,


Acting Registrar of Trade Mark.s.








OFFICIAL GAZFTTE


NOTICE No. 92 -(third publication)


TAKE NOTICE



TIMKEN



That the TIMKEN ROLLER BEARING COM
PANY, a corporation organised and existing under
the laws of the State of Ohio, United States o
America, Manufacturers, whose trade or business
address is 1835 Dueber Avenue, Canton, Ohio, United
States of America, has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part "A" of Register in respect
of Bearings and parts thereof for all purposes, rock
bits (that is, a cutting tool used in connection witj>
the drilling of rock or similar formations), steel and
alloy steel, including steel tubing, ingots, billets
blooms, bars and other forms, lubricant testers an(
parts, washers, collars, closures, sealing rings; con
veying tubes, journal boxes, lock nuts, lock washers
nuts, combination nut and dust collars, cotter pins
parts for steam locomotives and crank pin install
tions, and will be entitled to register the same afte
one month from the 7th day of February 1957 unless
some person shall in the meantime give notice ii
duplicate to me at my office of opposition of s;acl
registration. The trade mark can be seen on appli
cation at my office.


Dated this 6th day of February, 1957.


V. I. deL. CARRINGTON,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.


NOTICE NO. 100


(second publication)


BARBADOS.

CHANCERY SALE.

The undermentioned property will be set up for
sale at the Registration Office, Town Hall, Bridge-
town, between the hours of 12 noon and 2 p.m. for the
sum on the date specified below. If not sold it will
be set up on each succeeding Friday at the same place
and during the same hours until sold. Full particu-
lars on application to me.

Plaintiff: LOLETTA GILL

Defendant: EDWARD KENNETH KITCHENER
CORBIN, Per Attorney.
Property: ALT, THAT certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Church Street in the parish of Saint
Peter in this Island containing by admeasurement
Five Acres, one rood, twenty-four and one-fourth
perches be the same more or less butting and bounding


on lands of one Walker, on lands of one Jordan of
Joshua Maloney, of Blackett, of Harris, of H. F. Ram,
say, of D. Osborne, of W,. Richards, of C. Alleyne on
a road four feet wide which leads to the public road,
on lands of Cardinal Urbane King, on lands of one
iGodding, on the Salt Pond, on lands of C. Rollock, on
lands of Clairmonte Farnum, of one Roach, of Oscar
Cadogan, of L. Rollock, of estate of W. F. Rollock,
deceased, of K. N. R. Husbands, of H. Sobers, of L.
Rollock, of one Scantlebury on a road known as the
New Road, on lands of the Salvation Army, of E'.
Kellman, of one Wiggins and on the Public Road
known as Church Street or however else the same
may butt and bound Together with the message or
dwelling house and all other erections and buildings
thereon both freehold and chattel thereon erected
and belonging to the defendant.

Upset Price: 4,075 0. 0.
Date of Sale: 1st March, 1957.

V. I. DeL. CARRINGTON,
Registrar-in-Chancery (ag.).


NOTICE No. 96 -(second publication)

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL

Re estate of
SUNNY AUSTIN BURKE,
deceased.

I hereby give notice that VIOLET AUGUSTA
BURKE of Clapham in the parish of Saint Michael
has lodged in this Court a petition for grant of Letters
of Administration of the personal estate of the above-
named Sunny Austin Burke alleging the intestacy of
the said Sunny Austin Burke and that his personality
is under the value of 50.
Any person desirous of opposing the grant of let-
ters as prayed for must appear at the above Court on
:.e 6th day of March 1957 at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon, the time appointed for hearing the said applica-
tion.
OWEN S. SMITH,
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal.



NOTICE No. 97 -(second publication)

NOTICE

IS HEREBY GIVEN that Winston Clyde
Stewart of Deacons Road in the parish of Saint
Mlichael in this Island, School-teacher, has petitioned
His Lordship the acting Chief Judge of the Court of
Ordinary of this Island for a grant of Letters of
Administration of the estate of his late wife Desmond
Rita Stewart who died in this Island on the 9th day of
1;anuary 1956, intestate.

AND NOTICE is further given that an ex part
application for such letters will be made to the Court
of Ordinary on Friday the 1st day of March 1957 at
11 o'clock in the forenoon.

Dated this 11th day of February 1957.

HAYNES & GRIFFITH,
Petitioner's Proctors.


FEBRUARY 14, 1957








108 OFFICE

NOTICE No 26 -(second publication)

NOTICE

Resolution made by the Governor-in-Executive
Committee under Section 2 of the Sale of Poisons
Act, 1885.
The article known as amphetamines (beta-amino-
propylbenzene and beta-aminoisopropylbenzene) is
hereby declared to be an article deemed to be a
poison within the meaning of the Sale of Poisons
Act, 1885.
Resolved by the Governor-in-Executive Commit-
tee this tenth day of January, 1957.

By Command,

K. A. HALL,
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.
(M.P. 2016/S.3/T. 2)


NOTICE NO. 10 -(twelvth publication,

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Government Exhibitions tenable at Governmen
Aided Secondary Schools-Boys and Girls

Forms of application for First Grade Exhibitions,
Primary to First Grade Exhibitions and Second
Grade Exhibitions are available at the Department
of Education, Public Buildings, Bridgetown.

Senior First Grade Exhibitions
Candidates must be under 16 years of age on
June 30th, 1957.

Junior First Grade Exhibitions
Candidates must be under 13 years of age rin
June 30th, 1957.

Primary to First Grade Exhibitions
Candidates must be under 13 years of age on
June 30th, 1957, and must be a pupil in attendance at
a Public Elementary School.

Second Grade Exhibitions
Candidates must be under 12 years of age rn
June 30th, 1957.

Renewal Second Grade Exhibitions
Candidates must be holders of Second Grade Ex-
hibitions which are about to expire.

Application forms, accompanied by Birth/Bap-
tismal Certificates must be forwarded to the Depart-
ment of Education not later than Saturday, C1th
February, 1957.

9th January, 1957.


IAL GAZETTE


FEBRUARY 14, 1957


NOTICE No. 65 -(second publication)
NOTICE

re the Estate of
LILIAN IRENE PHILLIPS
Deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY 'GIVEN that all persons
having any debt or claim against the Estate of
Lilian Irene Phillips, deceased late of Wellington
Street in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island
whno died on the 15th day of March 1956 are
requested to send in particulars of their claims duly
attested to the undersigned Samuel Evan Shepherd
C/o E. D. Rogers Solicitor, James Street, Bridge-
town on or before the 31st day of March, 1957,
after which day I shall proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to such claims of which
1 shall then have had notice and I will not be
liable for the assets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed any person of whose debt or claim I shall
shall not then have had notice.
And all persons indebted to the said estate
are requested to settle their said indebtedness with
out delay.
Dated this 31st day of January 1957.

SAMUEL EVAN SHEPHERD,
Qualified Executor of the Will of
Lilian Irene Phillips deceased.

NOTICE No. 66 -(second publication)
NOTICE

Re The Estate of
JAMES NATHANIEL SOBERS,'
deceased.

NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any debt or claim against or affecting the Estate
of James Nathaniel Sobers late of Brittons Hill
in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island, who
died in this island on the 4th day of January 1955
are requested to send in particulars of their claims
,duly attested to the. undersigned C/o Messrs.
Hutchinson & Banfield, James Street, Bridgetown,
Solicitors, on or before the 6th day of April 1957
after which date I shall proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased, among the parties entitled
therpto having regard only to such claims of which
I shall then have had notice and I will not be
liable for the assets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed to any person of whose debt or claim I
shall not then have had notice.
And all persons indebted to the estate are
reallested to settle their indebtedness without delay.
nated this 4th day of February 1957.

OSCAR DaCOSTA SOBERS
Qualified Executor of the Will of
James Nathaniel Sobers, deceased.








Subsidiary Legislation Supplement No. 8.


Supplement to Official Gazette No. 13 dated 14th Feb., 1957.

L.N. 15
The Police Act, 1908.

THE TRAFFIC (TROOPING OF THE COLOUR
BY THE BARBADOS REGIMENT)
RULES, 1957.

The Governor-in-Executive Committee in exercise of
the powers conferred on him under Section 37 (2) of the
Police Act, 1908-2, hereby makes the following Rules:-
1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic (Troop-
ing of the Colour by the Barbados Regiment) Rules, 1957.
2. The Garrison Road (that is the road around the
Garrison Savannah) shall be one-way to all vehicular
traffic between the hours of 4.15 p.m. and 6.15 p.m. on the
14th of February, 1957.
3. The driver or rider of any vehicle entering the
Garrison Road from the North Gate, Dayrells Road,
Hastings Road or Bush Hill shall keep the Savannah on
his right.
4. The driver or rider of any vehicle leaving the
Savannah shall keep it on his left.
5. Parking arrangements will be provided as
follows:-

For Invited Guests.
(a) Area outside the rails opposite the Drill Hall -
Entrance:- opposite the Drill Hall;
(b) Parade Square, to the west of Hastings Police
Station.

For Onlookers Without Tickets.
(a) Area between the rails Entrances:- Through
openings in the rails opposite -
(i) the Chief Secretary's Residence,
(ii) Savannah Club;
(b) Polo Grounds-Entrances:-Through openings
in the rails opposite -
(i) The Royal Bank of Canada House.
(ii) The entrance to Dayrells Road.

Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this
seventh day of February, one thousand nine hundred and
fifty-seven.
By Command,

K. A. HALL,
Acting Clerk, Executive Committee.

(M.P. 4016/S. 7 Vol. III)

L.N. 16

POWER OF DISALLOWANCE


His Excellency the Governor has been notified that the
Power of Disallowance will not be exercised in respect of
the undermentioned Act:-


No. Year Short Title

9 1956 An Act to amend the Old Age
Pension Aet, 1937.
22 1956 The Income Tax (Amendment)
___Act, 1956
(M.P. 2045/S.2/T.1)
(M.P. 5004/S.22 T.1)














VOL. XCII.


lje


SUPPLEMENT TO


Bftriali


Cauette


PUBLISHED BY


BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, 14TH


AUTHORITY


FEBRUARY,


1957


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL


Tuesday, February 7, 1956
The HIoiourable the Legislative Council met in
the Council Chamber, Public Buildings, at 2
o'clock p.m. today.
Present:
The Hon'ble II. G. MASSIAH, M.D., C.M.
(Senior ilei.bcr Presiding),
SG(. D. L. PILE, O.B.E.,
Dr. C. HI. ST. JOITN, M.B., B.S.
.F. C. IH TSON, M.1. Meeh.E.,
V C. GAtLE,
J. A. AAiHON,
S R. N. TURNER, C.M.G., (Chief
Secretary,)
S E. S. ROBINSON,
Mrs. N. G. DAYS,
D. 11. L. WARD.
Absent:
The Hon'ble SR ARCHIBALD CUKE, C.B.E.
(President),
)Dr. A. S. CATO, M.B., Ch.B.
S K. R. HUNTE, O.B.E., A.C.I.S.
S F. E. FiErD.
Prayers were read.
MINUTES
The Hononrable RI. N. Turner moved that the
Minutes of the Meeting of the 31st January, as
printed and circulated, be taken as read and be
coniirmed.
The Ilonourable J. A. Mahon seconded the
motion.
The question was put to the Council and agreed


EXCUSE FOR ABSENT MEMBER
The Acting Clerk offered an excuse for the
absence of the Honourable K. 1. Hunte.
MESSAGE
The Honourable R. N. Turner presented the
following message by command of His Excellency
the Governor.
MESSAGE No. 2/1956.
His Excc.llcn /cy c (Governor
To
The Hoiwiwrable the Legislative Council
His Excellency the Governor has the honour to
inform the Honourable the Legislative Council that
plans exist for th'e recruitment of Barbadians on a
considerable scale by the road and rail transport
undertakings in the United Kingdom. In some
cases, however, the employing undertaking is un-
willing to proceed with recruitment unless satis-
factory arrangements are made for the accommodat-
tion of the workers.
'. There are individuals in the United King.-
dom who would be able and willing to make accom-
irodation available for Barbadian workers, provided
that they receive (certail assistance from this Gov-
ernment.
3. In view of the potential importance of this
recruitment, the Liaison Officer, Barbadian Inrni-
grants' Welfare and Liaison Service, has been au-
thorised to enter into agreements with such persons
on the basis either of loans by this Govermnent to be
utilised for the provision and equipment ol' accom-
modation, or of guarantees by this Government of a
certain minimum gross income from charges for
board and lodging. In every ease the interests of
Baribaldi;a emigrants ;and of this Government will
be fully safeguarded by provisions in the agreements
relating to wi'h matters as the availability, stan-
dard and cost of the accommodation, the repayment
of and seCuritv for loans and so on. TPhe cost wiIl


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be charged to Head XXXI, Labour Department,
Item 18, Emigration.
R. D. H. ARUNDELL,
Governor.
Government House,
Barbados.
2nd February, 1956.

His Honour the Senior Member Presiding
directed that copies of the Message be printed and
circulated to Members.
DOCUMENTS

The Honourable R. N. Turner laid the follow-
ing documents by command of His Excellency the
Governor:-
The Civil Establishment (Leave Passages)
(Amendment) Order, 1956.
Draft Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure
for the financial year 1956-57.

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES
(CURRENT) No. 58

His Honour the Senior Member Presiding
called the first Order-A Resolution to. place tihe
sum of $21,683 at the disposal of the Governor-in-
Executive Comamittee to supplement the Estimate.i
1955,56, Part I, Current, as shown in the Supple-
mentary Estimates 1955-56, No. 58, which form the
Schedule to the Resolution.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Sir,-Note 2 to
these supplementary Estimates relates to Statistical
Service, for which $7,000 is requested. Mr. Dudley
Seers, the Statistical Adviser, arrived here on the
23rd of November last year and spent his first month
reviewing departmental statistics and meeting people
engaged in statistical work. A clerk from the Secre-
-Jai-iat was seconded to him and four other clerks
were provided for him from the 1st of January this
vear for a period of three months. This staff is
preparing, under his direction, a statistical digest
which will contain the main social and economic
statistics of the island. The idea is not to collect.
new information, but to make available in tidy form
the statistics at present scattered throughout the
various departmental reports.
: : Mr., Seers is also providing a class in Statistics:
under the Training Scheme, and I understand that
there are about 50 officers attending the class.
As regards the purpose of this vote, Mr. Seers
has recommended that machinery should be ordered
for the computing of vital statistics, economic statis-
tics and emigration etc. He has set out that by
rental of the machinery, together with the wages of
the mechanical staff employed will make for a saving
in the salaries of the clerks who at present do this
job by hand. In addition, machinery would allow
the work to be done much faster, and it would be
possible to use the machinery for other purposes
such as a census tabulation, in due course.
I understand that the machinery which it is
desired to get is not sold, only rented; but service is
provided by a qualified engineer who will visit the
island from time to time for the purpose. The non-
recurrent cost of the proposal was estimated to be
in the region of $8,500; but I understand that since
these Supplementary Estimates have been framed
the machinery can be g;ot for less. It will take some
time for the machinery to arrive in the island, but
no firm order can be placed until this Resolution
is passed, and I think it is almost inevitable that the
Government will have to come down to the Legisla


lure during the financial year for a re-vote of the
money not spent.
if hon'ble members should wish further
information about the requirements of the Statistical
Office I have some information which I can give.
With regard to Item 3, hon'ble members may
be surprised at the explanation given for the in-
creased number of burials. It also caused surprise
at Executive Committee level, and the Ministry of
Social Services is taking up with the various Poor
Law Guardians concerned in the matter the lia-
bility for burials which take place from the Hospital
and which would be the liability of the Guardians
if they had taken place in the several parishes.
With regard to Notes 4 and 5, I am afraid that
owing to the hurricane there was a marked increase
in the number of telegrams. It was necessary to,
make urgent reports on the situation from time to
time, and there was a vast number of telegraphic
requests and messages of sympathy and the rest
ot it which came in, and which had to be answered
by the same means. Since this supplement went
forward I think it has become necessary to request
a further supplement because the monthly expen-
diture on telegrams has been unusually heavy, be-
cause of the hurricane, as I have said, and with regard
t, such matters as Federation.
With respect to acting allowances, again this
has been an extraordinary year. The main cause
has been the absence on leave of a large number of
persons, from His Excellency the Governor, which
led to a number of acting appointments all the way
down. The Hon'ble Chief Justice was also absent
which led to acting appointments in the Judiciary.
Then there was the absence of the Director of
Education which led to acting appointments in the
Department of Education. Since the hurricane
there have been acting appointments of a rather
extraordinary nature. Mr. Barton, who returned
to the island a day or two after the hurricane, and
who would normally have gone back to his ordinary
post, had to be employed for some months in con-
nection with the Central Hurricane Relief Fund
Committee; and some other officer has had to be
appointed to act in his place in the Secretariat.
Moreover, there is the Federation Conference
wnich is due to start today in London, and which,
incidentally, is being held at a most inconvenient
time. It is an inconvenient time for Barbados, be-
cause this island's financial year ends on the 31st
of March, unlike the other islands whose financial
year ends on the 31st of December. This Conference
has led to a great amount of inconvenience. The
Financial Secretary who was nominated as an ad-
viser to the delegation had to get his Budget pre-
pared before he left. He had to concentrate on that
to such an extent that he had no time left for th e
day-to-day affairs of his office. That means that
the Accountant General had to be brought up from
his post, which in turn led to special acting arrange'-
ments in the Treasury.
Finally, in connection with the Statistical De-
partment to which I have already referred, there
have been appointments leading to, acting allowances
in connection with the officers loaned to Mr. Seers.
I have no other comments at this stage on the
items in this Supplementary Resolution, and I move,
Sir, that the Council concur in the Resolution.
Hon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded the motion.
HON'BLE Dr. C. H. St. JOHN: Sir,-As I
understand it, this machinery is to be rented at
$5,000 a year, and that it might perhaps be also used
for census purposes. We will not hold a census
very often during the years. If we have to rent this
machinery for five years it will come to a. consider.-


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able amount. Why is the machinery to be rented l
Is it something that is not sold
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: I think I did say
in my opening remarks that the machinery is not
available for sale. It is only rented. I have some
other information on the matter which I can read
if 1 may.
HON'BLE Dr. C. H. ST. JOUBN: I only wanted
tc know if the machinery was not sold; I do not
want the details. Could we not get the same kind
of machinery from another firm who would be will-
ing to sell it?
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: I tried to verify
that point with the Statistical Adviser. I under-
stand that there are two possible firms. They only
have the machinery for rent; they do not, for rea-
sons best known to themselves, sell it. On the other
hand, if we did buy the machinery, we would have
to pay for the servicing but under the renting
.arrangement we will get the free monthly servicing
by a qualified engineer.
HON'BLE Mrs. N. G. DAYSH: Sir-The
Hon'ble Chief Secretary referred to the cost of tele-
grams in connection with the Federation Conference.
Does he expect a daily communique from London,
or will a general release be made at the end of the
conference? Naturally we will want to know what
is happening. It may be feminine curiosity; but I
think we would like to know.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: I am not sure that
I can answer that point with any certainty. I be-
lieve that a communique will be issued after the
opening session. As I understand the position, it is
the intention thereafter to issue commuiques from
time to time. I cannot say whether they will be daily
communiques or not. The proceedings of the con-
ference will presumably be confidential, and at the
end of the conference a communique will certainly
be issued. I am happy to say that the cost of sending
such communiques will not fall on this Government.
HON'BLE V. C. GALE: Sir,-The Hon'ble
Chief Secretary said that there would be a saving
as regards the Statistical Officer. Can he give any
information as to what the saving, is likely to be?
HON' R. N. TURNER: The latest figures that
I have are that the cost of the equipment is computed
at the $7,000 that is requested now. When the
equipment arrives, it is estimated that the service of
Aix junior girls will be required, and a supervisor
the cost being about $13,500. These should be a
saving of five clerks on vital statistics, two clerks on
emigration, one from the Publicity Committee and
one from the Department of Agriculture and a
saving on typing.
HON'BLE F. C. HUTSON: Sir,-Note 7 speaks
about a surveyor coming to examine the airplane
of the Barbados Light Airplane Club. Is it con.
sidered a duty of the Government to supply a sur-
veyor for a private club?
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: The information
that I have is in various capacities. This certificate
is provided by the Air Registration Board of the
U.K. which has officers based in various countries.
In former days when there was a Director Gen.
eral of Civil Aviation in Barbados, the subsistence
allowance and transportation costs of the officer now
visiting the various British territories were met from
the Civil Aviation Director's Fund to which all th_
governments concerned pay a contribution. With
the termination of the agreement with the Director
General of Civil Aviation this Advisory Board was
set up, and it was decided that the governments
concerned would supply the funds for the service
rendered.


I must admit that the Hon'ble Mr. Hutson
raised a pertinent question. But the governments in
the first instance used to pay the expenses of the
surveyor. The point raised by Mr. Hutson seems very
sensible, however, and I will draw' it to the attention
of the Executive Committee.
On the motion of Hon'ble Dr. C. H. St. John
seconded by Hon'ble Mr. Robinson, the schedule was
taken as read.
'The Resolution was concurred in.

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE
(CURRENT) No. 60
'His Honour the Senior Member Presiding called
the second Order-A Resolution to place the sum
of $5,760 at the disposal of the Governor-in-Excutive
Committee to supplement the Estimates 1955-56, Part
I-Current as shown in the Supplementary Estimate,
1955-56, No. 60, which forms the Schedule to the
Resolution.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Sir-This Resolu-
tion has been sent down to the Legislature at the
request of the Other Place. It follows precedents
in similar circumstances. I move, Sir, that the Coun-
cil concur in the Resolution.
Hon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded the motion.
The Resolution was concurred in.

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE
(CURRENT) No. 60
His Honour the Senior Member Presiding
called the third Order-A Resolution to place the
sum of $10,890 at the disposal of the Governor-in-
Executive Committee to supplement the Estimatt
1955-56, Part I-Current, as shown in the Supple
mentary Estimate 1955-56, No. 61, which forms t.e
Schedule to the Resolution.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Sir, I am afraid
that I have very little to add to the notes to this
Supplementary Estimate. We know that it has been
a very difficult year for the Post Office, partly on
the grounds of congestion of space, and partly due
to shortage of staff. The Postmaster General has
repeatedly asked for an increase in staff, and a Civil
Establishment Order has recently been passed by
Executive Committee, and is, I believe, in the Other
Place at the moment.
Because of the shortage of staff, the overtime
vote has been used more frequently than would other-
wise have been the case.
With regard to the sale of stamps, the Post-
master General has set out that there has been con-
siderable embarrassment through the failure to arrive
of orders placed a long time ago. I believe that in
some cases stocks became very low, and extra sup-
plies had to be put out at extra cost. I am glad to
say that at long last from Her Majesty's Govern-
ment' end denominations of 48 cents at least will be
available on the 1st of March.
Again, there has been considerable delay in
effecting the change-over because the printers of the
Crown Agents have such a vast amount of jobs from
various parts of the Commonwealth to deal with.
There are some territories still using King George
VI stamps.
I move, Sir, that the Council concur in the Reso-
lution.
Hon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded the motion.
The Resolution was concurred in.

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE
(CURRENT) No. 62
His Honour the Senior Member Presiding called
the fourth Order-A Resolution to place the sum of


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$230 at the disposal of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee to supplement the Estimates 1955-56, Part
I-Current, as shown in the Supplementary Esti-
mate 1955-56, No. 62 which forms the Schedule to
the Resolution.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Si-Th-fe Adden-
dum to this Resolution is full, and I hope, sufficient-
ly explanatory. If hon'ble members should wish me
to comment in greater detail I will do my best to
oblige. At this stage the only comment I will make
is with reference to the engagement of additional
staff and the increase in the number of students.
When the Institute started it was restricted to 40
students, although the original plan had been based
on a figure of 60 students. British Guiana dropped
out. That colony wanted to see how it would work,
and then requested to come in. Trinidad where the
Institute is based has come forward with a request
to send more students, and there have been many
requests from outside places like Surinam.
The Principal then made representations that
there would be need for a Vice-Principal; that ii
this Vice-Principal were appointed, the Institute
would be able to take 60 students instead of 40; and
that by increasing the number of students to 60 the
cost per student place would vary little from what
it is at the moment. Requests were c.lnsidered
for increasing the C.D. & W. grant t'.i viichi tn'.
participating governments would not have t, con-
tribute. So the participating governmeAts age' r i
that the number of student places should be in-
creased to 40 to 60, and subject to the provision o;
funds, agreed with the request of the Principal ,\Ac
set out in Paragraph 3 of the Addendu'm.
It will be seen that the amount required is not
appreciably greater per student for the next finar-
cial year than in the present financial year; but it
is desired to have a reserve of 10 per cent for con-
tingencies which does not exist at the moment. This
additional amount will not be disbursed without th,-
agreement of the governments concerned. As the cost
per student has increased slightly-from $1,860.25
to $1,900-from the 1st of January, the supplement
Pry provision is required for the period January to
March this year.
I move, sir, that the Council concur in the
Resolution.
Hon'ble Ji. A. Mahon seconded the motion.

SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE NO'. 66

The Resolution was concurred in.
His Honour the Senior Member Presiding called
the fifth Order-A Resolution to place the sum of
,20,000 at the disposal of the Governor-in-Executive
Committee to supplement the Estimates 1955-56,
No. 6,6 which forms the Schedule to the Resolution.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Sir,-I do not
know if hon'ble members have had the opportunity
of looking at the Government Headquarters in Bay
Street. If they have, I think they will agree that
the Director of Public Works has done an exceeding
ly fine job.
The original amount for thiu project was
$340,000. After that sum had been voted, the Direc-
tor was asked in finalising the detailed plans, to
provide a waiting room of some size on the ground
floor, one of the ideas being that visitors to the
headquarters could wait there rather than being
allowed to wander all over the place, and it was
also felt that a waiting room would be in keeping
with the dignity of the rest of the builhinr. Over
that waiting room is a Correspondence Despatch
room, and on the second floor is the Executive Corn


mittee meeting room. The Director of Public
Works tells me that he was hoping that this could
be kept within the original vote; but in fact he has
found at this late stage that it cannot be. He repre-
,sents that in dealing with a building of this magni-
tude one cannot keep to the exact dollar and cent
of the cost. For example it was not until the work
had been actually carried out that he had found that
far more earth to be dug up for the entrance roads
than was at first envisaged.
Items (d) and (e) relate to work by the Electric
Company, and there again the written estimate pro-
vided by the company seems to be too low. Fire
hydrants and extinguishers spring from a request
of the Fire Officer. Paragraph 4 of the Addendum
shows that it is proposed to have an opening cere-
ncny as regards the headquarters. It is, I suppose,
the most outstanding building put up in Barbados
for many a long year. This building is put up on
the assumption that it will be used by the Govern-
ment of Barbados and it is felt that there should
be an opening ceremony. I am not quite sure of
what the position will be if it is not used, as a result
of what is happening on the far side of the Atlantic.
It is designed for the use of the Government of
Bflrba!os -,. 1ar iis desired to have an opening cere
money worthy of the occasion.
I move, sir, that the Council concur in the
Resolution.
ilon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded the motion.
HON'BLE G. D. L. PILE: Sir,-It would seem
that a part of this money will be voted for the work
after the work has been done. There seems to be
rather a tendency towards that sort of thing today.
I do not. say that is is always possible to avoid it
but in the old days, estimates were -lade so full as
a rule that there was nearly always something over.
IION'BLE R. N. TURNER: I did check with
the Director of Public Works, and I am sure that
there has been no spending of funds before they were
voted. Work on the headquarters is still going on.
If this Resolution is not concurred in the head-
quarters will not be built in the way it is desired to
build it. I am, however, very sensible of the point
made by the Hon'ble Mr. Pile, and I will bring it t..
the attention of the Executive Committee. It is
obviously right that the approval of the Legislature
should be sought before it is too late to turn back,
a. it were. I understand, sir, that these funds are
requested urgently in order to complete the work.
The sum already voted has not been exceeded up to
now, I understand.
HON'BLE V. C. GALE: Sir,-I notice that the
land belonging to the headquarters is being raised.
Next door is the land oi which the old Bay Street
School building stands. Whenever there is heavy
rain that whole area of land is flooded, and it would
seem to me that if we raise one part of the land the
water will pour down on the other. It seems to me
that something should be done about it.
The Resolution was concurred in.

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT (GENERAL)
(AMENDMENT) ORDER

His Honour the Senior Member Presiding called
the sixth Order A Resolution to approve the Ordei
entitled "The Civil Establishment (General)
(Amendment) Order, 1956."
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Sir,-As long ag,
as last April the Labour Commissioner submitted
two requests for increased staff-one in respect of
the Labour Department proper, and the other in re-
spect of the Employment Bureau. He pointed out


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that the Labour Commissioner and his senior officers
are supposed to spend a good deal of their time out-
side the office, but in effect they are not doing so
because of the very great pressure of work inside the
office- I understand that the Labour Department is
not pretending at the moment to carry out many of
the duties imposed on it by law.
As an example, I will quote some figures which
were good at last April. There were then 353 fac-
tories on the register, each of which should be visited
at least once in every 12 months; but durijig tho,
year 1954-55 266 visits were paid, some of them to
the same factories on more than one occasion, while
no visits were paid to 189. Similarly there we',.
274 quarries in respect of which licences to operate
were granted. Each should be visited once every
Aix months. During the 12 months to the 2nd of
April, 1955, a total of 208 visits, including repeat
visits to the same quarry were made, and no visits
were made to 127. There were an estimated 1.700
shops to which visits must be paid under various
Acts; but only 215 visits were paid, most of them as
a result of complaints by shop assistants.
Since that time, the work of the Labour Depart-
ment has increased tremendously as the result ol
various schemes. I refer to such schemes as the pro.
cessing and placing of Student Nurses and Assistant
Nurses for training in U.K. hospitals; placing of
male nurses in mental hospitals in the U.K.; the
placing of domestic workers in U.K. hospitals and
private houses; the placing of workers in hotels and
building trades in the U.K.; the placing of domestic
workers in Canada; the granting of loans to people
taking up work in various parts of the world.
During 1953 there were a large number of cases
of disputes regarding wages and conciliation be-
tween the Barbados Workers' Union on the one hand
and various employing organizations on the other.
I understand that there have been complaints made
about delays in preparing minutes of the meetings
and that sort of thing; but the Labour Commissioner
has pointed out that with the typing andl senior office
personnel available it is not possible to do better.
I did a spot look at the Department myself to
see what was happening at both points and was
horrifiedd at the crowd waiting to be dealt with, and
no one willing to take "no" for an answer. I can
sympathise with the Labour Officers in their pre-
dicament. I have concluded that where complaints
made against the Labour Officers for not being polite
and co-operative are concerned the real trouble is
that they are swept off their feet.
This Civil Establishment Order has been intr)-
(du-ed, '.ir, in so for an- tih LTabour Department itself
is concerned, and it is desired to have two m1ore
Labour Offiers and an additional stenographer-typist
Where the Labour Exchange is concerned, this at tbh
moment is rnn by a Clerk iindor generall supervision
of the Labour Commissioner. The', is a temporary
male employee, a temporary female employee and a
Youth Employnmnt Officer: but it is not really ade-
quately equipped to deal with all the demands thrown
upon it in these days when literally thousands of
people are trying to get some form of a job. or a
loan or other lind of assistance to ;ot to the U.K
and elsewhere.
It is proposed that the Labour Exchange should
be increased by one Manager, two Long Grade Clerks
one lady Clerk and one Stenotypist, resulting in a
saving in respect of the two present temporary em-
ployees. It is hoped that with this increase in staff
the Exchange will be able to play the role it was
intended to play and which it has not up to now
played-being a real employment exchange bureau
in a satisfactory manner. It is hoped that Govern-


ment Departments which have already been instructed
to make use of the exchange will make more use of it,
and that private firms will do the same when they
require labour for one purpose or another.
The cost, I am afraid, is heavy. The net cost
in the first year will be $8,600; but it is considered
that without these extra persons the schemes of the
Government, particularly those for helping members
of the population to secure employment, will tend to
break down, and the Department will not be able to
carry out its statutory duties. I will remind hon'ble
members that as far as the employment situation is
concerned, by providing work for the unemployed ot
this island the Government is doing a very wise thing
apart from the duty which it has of trying to gel
work for its citizens. People who go abroad to work
will send back money to their relatives. As we
diLeovered in dealing with the Resolution with re-
speet to the issuing of orders by the Postmaster,
quite a large sum is coming to the island by way
of remittances. In addition, it is to be expected that
the Labour Department should be able to carry out
the duties imposed on it.
I move, sir, that the Council approve the
Resolution.
HON'BLE G. D. L. PILE: Sir,- I beg to see
ond that. It used to be said that quite a few people
who were actually in jobs made use of the Employ-
mient Exchange, probably looking forward to the
day when they might not be employed. Does that
still happen?
IION'BLE R. N. TURNER: That is a matter
which I will have to take up with the Ministry con-
cerned to get authority to answer. I know of cases
that came to my attention of people who were
actually employed, and who slipped through the
meshes and got away on jobs, and who, I thought,
should have been subjected to more searching scruti-
ny by the department. For example, a lady teacher
from one of the schools has gone as a domestic worker
to Canada. I cannot say whether she was actually
registered as unemployed. She did not tell the Gov-
ernment that she had another job. With the proposed
increase in staff the department should be in a much
better position to deal with the cases that come be-
fore it.
HON'BLE Dr. C. H. St. JOHN: Sir, I
notice that the Employment Exchange will be under
the supervision of the Labour Commissioner. I think
that some notice should be taken of rumours that
one hears from time to time about this department.
There are cases of people who get away on jobs out-
side the island several weeks before others who in
fact made application before those got away. When
you ask the successful ones the reason, they tell you
that you must "know the ropes."
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: I am always very
keen to clear up, any allegations of misconduct on
!L' part of the Service if I am given evidence on
which can work. The trouble is that one cannot
do very much without having specific details as to
what happened. It is practically impossible on the
strength of a general accusation to do anything. If
someone would come forward and say that at such
and such a time such and such a thing happened to
me, then it could be properly investigated. That
is the only efficient way to get to the root of these
things.
HON'BLE Dr. C. H. St. JOHN: In a small
community like this people are not going to come
forward.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: If people have not
got the moral courage to come forward it is difficult
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taken. The fault is theirs. If the evidence is forth-
coming we will work on it.
HON'BLE Dr. C. H. St. JOHN: But if the mat-
ter is brought to the attention of the Head of a
Department he can exercise more care and
see if he can discover what is happening
People will not come forward with specific
accusations in a small community. You will se(
that people are even unwilling to sign their names
to letters to the Press. I agree with what the IHon'ble
Chief Secretary has said, but he has been here long
enough to know the point I have made about people
not being willing to come forward.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: I sympathise with
much of what the hon'ble member has said; but
basically speaking it denotes a lack of moral courage
on the part of the person who alleges that he has
suffered an injustice. It is up to him to come for-
ward and say what the trouble is. It is not right to
make general innuendoes, and then be unwilling to
give the figures and facts. If figures and facts are
given it is comparatively easy to get to the root of
the trouble and take preventive action.
The Resolution was approved.

BILL TO AMEND IMMIGRATION ACT

His Honour the Senior Member Presiding called
the seventh Order Bill to amend the Immigration
Act, 1952.
On the motion of Hon'ble R. N. Turner second-
ed by Hon'ble J. A. Mahon the Bill was read a first
time.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Sir, Hon'ble
members will remember that a Resolution passed at
the Freedom of Movement Conference in Trinidad
said that the preamble to the Federal Constitution
should recite that one of the objects and reasons of
Federation was that there should be the greatest
possible freedom of movement of persons and goods
within the Federation. In the Freedom of Move-
ment Conference held in Trinidad certain resolutions
were passed urging freedom of movement. It is
felt that Section 4 (1) (f) of the Immigration Art,
1952, is not within the spirit of the desire for free-
dom of movement. That section includes "any per-
son deemed by the Governor-in-Executive Committee
on economic grounds to be an undesirable immigrant
and as declared by order published in the Official
Gazette."
This amending Bill seeks to delete that para-
graph so that it would no longer be possible to keep
immigrants out on the grounds set out in the section.
However, in Section 6 of the 1952 Act there is a
general prohibition. It says:-
"Not withstanding anything contained in this
Act, the Governor-in-Executive Committee, may, in
his absolute discretion, prohibit the entry into the
Island of any person who is not a native of
Barbados."
This amending legislation does not affect that
section, nor is there any question of interfering with
the requirements laid down relating to passports and
visas. It is considered that at this time, with Fed-
eration very much in the air, this Section 4 (1) (f)
should not remain any longer.
I move, sir, that the Bill be read a second time.
Hon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded the motion.
HON'BLE G. D. L. PILE: Sir-Does this mean
that you can no longer stop anyone from coming int-'
the island even though the person may be a pauper
and likely to become a charge on the island?
HON'BLE V. C. GALE: Sir,-In other words
we are doing away with the prohibition on economic
grounds ?


HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: I have alve.ys in-
terpreted "economic grounds" to refer to immigrant!
who may engage in trade which the people of the
island are already carrying out in sufficient number
To take what is possibly a very extreme case-sup-
pose a swarm of sugar cane planters descended nn
Barbados. One would say that we have enough
sugar cane planters here already and such undesix-
able competition should be prohibited. Other mort
practical examples will suggest themselves. That is
how I interpret this matter of economic grounds.
People may come to the island who are not likely to
become a charge on the island. Indeed, they may
have every appearance of prosperity; but they may
engage in trading or commercial activities which
constitute undesirable competition with the people of
the island.
Section 4 (1) (a) is not affected. That prohibits
Sany person who is without visible means of support
or is likely to become a pauper or public charge."
As I have said, it is desired in view of Federa-
tion that Section 4 (1) (f) should no longer exist
Hon'ble Mr. Pile would like to know to what does
Clause 3 of the Bill refer. This clause refers to
Section 4 (4) of the Act which says that "no appeal
shall lie against the decision of the Governor-in-
Executive Committee in regard to any person men-
tioned in paragraph (f) of sub-section (1) of this
section." It is purely consequential. The deletion of
that sub-section follows on the deletion of Section
(1) (f). In Clause 2 (2) there is a reference to the
deletion of sub-section 4 of Section 4. That again is
a consequential amendment.
HON'BLE G. D. L. PILE: Does the Govern-
ment consider that the abolition of these clauses will
be of benefit to the island or is one of the sacrifices
that we are called upon to make in order that we may
have Federation?
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: The only answer 1
can give is to repeat that the Freedom of Movement
Conference in Trinidad did pass a Resolution that
the preamble to the Federal Constitution should
recite that one of the objects of Federation is that
there should be the greatest possible freedom of
movement of persons and goods within the Federa-
tion. The deletion of Section 4 (1) (f) is regarded as
being in conformity with the spirit of that resolu-
tion.
HON'BLE 1G. D. L. PILE: The words "greatest
possible freedom of movement" would seem to imply
ihat there should be no limitation. How do we inter-
pret those words? Are they in the interest of this
island?
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: If this Bill is passed
there are still (a) (b) (c) (d) and (e) of Section 4
that are not affected, and these set out categories of
immigrants who will not be admitted. There are also
provisions relating to visas as regards certain foreign
nationals. I think that "greatest possible" means
just what it says that subject to absolutely necess
ary restrictions there should be the greatest possible
freedom of movement.
HON'BLE' D. H. L. WARD: Sir, As I see it
no great harm is being done, because if I understand
the Hon'ble Chief Secretary correctly Section 6 (21
will give the Governor-in-Executive Committee the
right to prohibit any one from coming in. If that is
so, the deletion of a, clause dealing with prohibition
on economic grounds does not mean anything.
HON'BLE G. D. L. PILE: I hope that that i.
right. I think it is a matter of interpretation.
The Bill was read a second time.


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The clauses of the Bill were read and agreed to
On the motion of Hon'ble R. N. Turner second-
ed by Hon'ble J. A. Mahon the Bill was read a third
time, and on like motion was passed.

BILL TO AMEND SHOPS ACT, 1945

His Honour the Senior Member Presiding called
the eighth Order-Bill to amend the Shops Act.
1945.
On the motion of Hon'ble R. N. Turner second-
ed by Hon'ble J. A. Mahon the Bill wa4 read a first
time.
HON'BLE R. N. TURNER: Sir,-In introduce.
ing this Bill I will start by stating two propositions
which, I am sure, are readily acceptable to all right-
minded members of the community. The first is thar,
no person should be deprived, on the grounds of his
race, colour or creed, of his right to avail himself
of services that are offered to the public. The second
is that no race possesses a monopoly of the human
virtues.
The bravest man I met during the war was an
Indian military doctor, who steadfastly refused, ih
spite of blandishments and, later, prolonged torture,
to turn his coat because of the oath of allegiance that
he had sworn to King tGeorge. Among the most loyal
was a Chinese, who was beheaded by the Japanese
for his faithfulness to the Allied cause. For gener
osity I could name a Jew, for polished manners a
Malay, for culture and taste a Eurasian. A man
should be judged according to his qualities, regard-
less of the accident of his birth of racial origin.
With the approach of the Final Federation Con-
ference there has been lively speculation regarding
the site of the Federal capital. In the course of
this much has been said and written about the prac-
tice of racial discrimination in Barbados. There is
however, another side of the picture which, I feel,
deserves to be given prominence.
I for my part, since I came to Barbados over
five years ago, have been greatly impressed by the
homogeneousness which this Island possesses in a
degree not to be found easily in other parts of th'3
world. There is a remarkable sameness of outlook-a
sturdy individualism, a pride in being a Barbadian,
a deep-rooted respect for tradition, order and sta-
bility, a healthy determination not to be imposed
upon by officials, imported or otherwise-which runs
through all sections of the community and manifest.
itself in a wide variety of ways.
Nowhere is this essential unity of outlook more
apparent than on the cricket field. The name of
George Challenor is revered throughout the length
and breadth of the Island and in every walk of life.
Who was the commonly accepted hero of the Island
in the second innings of the Island match against the
M.C.C. in 1954? John Goddard. Who was the com
only accepted hero in the first innings of the Island
match against the Australians in 1955? Everton
Weekes. Who were the two heroes with haloes of
equal radiance in the Test Match here against the
Australians? Atkinson and DePeiza. Where is the
Barbadian, whatever his complexion, whose heart
has not been gladdened by the news that Clyde Wal-
cott will be available to play for Barbados against
E. W. Swanton's XI?
I often wish that critics from outside would
pay less attention to the motes in the eye of Bar-
bados and more to the beams in the eyes of their
own territories. Nevertheless, the fact does remain


that this Island is criticised, both from without and
from within, for allowing the practice of discrimin-
ation on account of race and colour. With Fed.eration
in the air attention has been focused more sharp
on the question than ever before.
To what extent are these criticisms justified, so
far as public places are concerned? I am only con-
cerned with public places in this speech. As I see it,
the position is that while discrimination on the
grounds complained of is not practised in the great
majority of shops, or in many of the hotels, or at all
in the pubic transportation of this Island, or at
public gatherings and sports meetings, there are
regrettably a few spots where the cap fits. This
discrimination is fundamentally unjust in itself, and
can only lead to humiliation, wounding of feelings
and resentment and so to a hydraheaded bitterness
gnawing away at the basic and very precious -
goodwill which exists between the different sections
of the community in the Island.
It is because the places which have been prac-
tising discrimination have shown no signs of dis-
continuing it of their own volition that the Govern-
ment decided to introduce the legislation which is
before the Honourable Council today. Its purpose
is to enable the Government to ensure that discrimi-
nation on account of race, colour or creed shall not
be practised in premises to which the Act applies.
Under section 2 of the Shop Act, 1945, 'shop
is defined as meaning "any premises or place where
retail trade or business is carried on (including the
business of a pawnbroker, barber or hairdresser) any
premises licensed for the sale of intoxicating liquor
any wholesale provision shops, refreshment house,
restaurant, dairy shop, parlour or cool shop.... "
Clause 2 of the amending Bill which is before
the Honourable Council today prescribes that no
person, otherwise lawfully entitled, shall be refused
access to any shop or opportunity to avail himself
of any facility, service or amenity offered to the
public by any shop, on account of his race, colour
or creed, and that the proprietor of any shop who
does refuse access or deny opportunity on these
grounds shall be guilty of an offence, punishable by
a fine not exceeding $500 or a term of imprisonment
not exceeding six months.
Honourable Members will see that the clause
contains a proviso to the effect that if the pro-
prietor can show that the discrimination was, in fact,
practised by someone else-whether his agent or
servant or not-without his knowledge or consent ex-
pressed or implied, and that he himself had used all
reasonable care to comply with the provisions of the
clause, the person who actually practised the dis-
(rimination and not the proprietor, will be liable
to be convicted and the proprietor himself will be
absolved from blame.
The definition of a shop is wide. It does not
include members' clubs but does not apply to propri-
etary clubs which are licensed for the sale of in-
toxicating liquor. At present there is no legisla-
tion dealing with the registration and licensing of
clubs, but provision has been included in a compre-
hensive Liquor Licensing Bill, which is intended to
replace the existing defective Act of 1909, and is at
present, I understand, before a Select Committee of
the Other Place.
I beg to move, sir, that the Bill be read a second
time.
Hon'ble J. A. Mahon seconded the motion.
The Bill was read a second time.
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FEBRUARY 14, 195T


On the motion of Hon'ble R. N. Turner second
ed by Hon'ble J. A. Mahon the Bill was read a third
time, and on like motion was passed.

RESOLUTION AND BILL FURTHER
POSTPONED

9. A Resolution to place the sum of $7,050 R..
the disposal of the Governor-in-Executive Committee
to supplement the Estimates 1955-56, Part II,
Capital, as shown in the Supplementary Estimate
1955-56, No. 27, which forms the Schedule to the
Resolution.

On the motion of the Honourable R. N. Turner,
seconded by the Honourable J. A. Mahon, considera-
tion of the item was further postponed.


BILL

10. A Bill to amend and consolidate the law%,
relating to weights and measures. (On 13th December
the Bill was read a first time. The second reading
was agreed to and the Bill referred to a Select Com-
mittee. Select Committee reported on 31st January,.
1956.)
The Honourable R. N. Turner asked for leave
to postpone further consideration of the item.
There being no objection, leave was granted.
ADJOTTRNMENT
On the motion of the Honourable R. N.
Turner, seconded by the Honourable J. A. Mahon,
the Council adjourned until Tuesday, the 14th Feb-
ruary, 1956, at 2 o'clock p.m.




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