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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 19: Industrial incentives (approved products) (umbrellas) order, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 20: The traffic control (attendance of the Governnor-General of Canada at the Maple Leaf Ball, Marine Hotel) rules, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 21: The Traffic Control (Departure of the Governor-General of Canada) rules, 1969.
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 22: The traffic control (Governor-General's state dinner and reception at government house) rules, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 23: The traffic control (arrival of the Governor-General of Canada) rules, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 24: The traffic control (visit to Parliament by the Governor-General of Canada) rules, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 25: The traffic control (attendance of the Governor-General of Canada at dinner at the Hilton Hotel) rules 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 26: The traffic control (visit of the Governor-General of Canada to thinking day celebrations) rules, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 27: The rraffic control ( visit to U.W.I (Cave Hill) urban development corporation, caribbean meteorological institute by the Governor-General of Canada) rules, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 28: The traffic control (visit to Farley Hill, Greenland, and Warrens Factory by the Governor-General of Canada) rules 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 29: The traffic control (Reception at Hilton Hotel) rules, 1969
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    Statutory Instruments Supplement No. 11; S.I. 30: The traffic control (visit to Newton industrial park, International Scientific Limited, H.A.R.P Gunsite and Paragon House, by the Governor-General of Canada) rules, 1969
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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS, 20TH FEBRUARY, 1969


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Gazette Notices
Acting Appointments: A. A. Brathwaite, Assistant
Secretary, as Permanent Secretary Ministry of
External Affairs.................................... 175
Peter Laurie, Administrative Assistant, as Senior
Assistant Secretary Ministry of External Affairs 175
Appointments: Senior Assistant Teachers.............. 184
Application for Liquor Licence Dist. "D". ............. 185
Income Tax Notice re Return Forms for Companies etc. 184
In the Supreme Court:
Beckles vs.Westerman, Cumberbatch vs. Howardl77,181
Cumberbatch vs. Lynch, ..............................* 179
Cumberbatch vs. Moseley............................ 182
Douglas vs.King, Edwards vs. Howard......... 183, 181
Evelyn vs. Lewis, Goodridge vs. Yarde.......... 178, 180
Hunte vs. Parris, Medford vs. Harper............ 176, 183
Skinner vs. Baird, Skinner vs. Layne.............. 182, 179
Walkes vs. Dottin, Watson vs. Vaughan........ 178, 180
Notice of Sitting of Licensing Authority Dist. "D"... 185
Patent: Compositions and Methods, useful for increasing
the sugar context of crops etc....................... 177
Post Office Notice:
Siting of Posting Box at Small Town, St. John.... 175
Probate Advertisements dated 14th February, 1969...... 186
Resignations: Walter C. Trotman, Tutor, John F. White,
Carson T. Farley and Miss Waple C. Belgrave,
Clerical Officers..................................... 176

Legal Supplement
S.I. 1969 No. 19: Industrial Incentives (Approved Products)
(Umbrellas) Order, 1969.
S.I. 1969 Nos. 20 30:
Traffic Control re Attendance of Governor-General of
Canada at Maple Leaf Ball; Departure of Governor-
General of Canada; Governor-General's State Dinner and
Reception at Gov't House; Arrival of Governor-General of
Canada; Visit to Parliament by Governor-General of
Canada; Attendance of the Governor-General of Canada at
Dinner at Hilton Hotel; Visit of Governor-General of
Canada to Thinking Day Celebrations; Visit to U.W.I.
(Cave Hill) Urban Development Corporation, Caribbean
Meteorological Institute, and Bellairs Fisheries Research
Institute by Governor-General of Canada; Visit to Farley
Hill, Greenland and Warrens Factory; Reception at Hilton;
Visit to Newton Industrial Park, International Scientific
Ltd. H.A.R.P. Gunsite and Paragon House.


7V 9


NOTICE NO. 158

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Acting Appointments


A. A. Brathwaite, Assistant Secretary,
Ministry'of External Affairs, has been ap-
pointed to act as Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of External Affairs, with effect from
16th June to 30th September, 1968.



Peter Laurie, Administrative Assistant,
Ministry of External Affairs, has been ap-
pointed to act as Senior Assistant Secretary,
Ministry of External Affairs, with effect from
15th July to 29th November, 1968.

(M.P. C. 1515/39/22/6)


Post Office Notice

A Posting Box has been made available
for public use at Small Town, St. John.

The Box will be cleared as follows:-

Monday to Saturday (Holidays excepted)

7.45 a.m.


O. K. HUSBANDS
Postmaster General.


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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Resignations


Walter C. Trotman, Tutor, Erdiston
College, has resigned from the Public Ser-
vice, with effect from 5th January, 1969.

(M. P. P. 4083)




John F. White, Clerical Officer, Cus-
toms Department, to resign from the Public
Service, with effect from 4th March, 1969.

(M.P. P. 8890)





Miss Waple C. Belgrave Clerical Officer,
Savings Bank, has resigned from Public Ser-
vice with effect from 15th January, 1969.

(M. P. P. 9098)





Carson T. Farley, Clerical Officer,
Auditor General's Department, has resigned
from the Public Service with effect from 10th
February, 1969.

(M. P. P. 7423)


NOTICE NO. 159

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

Hgh Court

No. 552 of 1969

PATRICIA JEANNE HUNTE: Plaintiff

WILLIAM WINFIELD PARRIS: Defendant

The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
14th day of March 1969 at 2 p.m. and if not
then sold it will be set up for sale on each
succeeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Hotersal Turning,
in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island
containing by admeasurement nine thousand
six hundred and four square feet or there-
abouts abutting and bounding towards the
North on lands of John Carrington on lands of
one Maxwell on lands of one Marshall to-
wards the East on lands of Peter Roach
towards the South on other lands of Peter
Roach and on lands of Frank King and towards
the West on a public Road which leads from
Jackmans to Waterford or however else the
same may abut and bound.
UPSET PRICE: $7,500.00
Dated this llth day of February 1969.
E. G. HUSBANDS
Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court.


- February 20, 1969


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NOTICE NO. 160

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE


No. 539 of 1968


JOHN ARTHUR BECKLES:

CLARITA WESTERMAN et al:


Plaintiff

Defendants


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
14th day of March 1969 at 2 p.m. and if not
then sold it will be set up for sale on each
succeeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.


PROPERTY: FIRST ALL THAT certain
piece or parcel of land (formerly part of a
larger area of two acres and three roods)
situate at Road View in the parish of Saint
Peter in this Island containing by estimation
one acre one rood and twenty perches be the
same more or less (inclusive of a portion
thereof contained in the public road herein-
after mentioned) abutting and bounding to-
wards the North on lands now or late of Mrs.
L. Archer and on lands now or late of T. H.
Corbin towards the West on the sea towards
the South on lands now or late of the said Mrs.
Elsie Jackman et al being the remainder of
the said larger area and towards the East on
other portions of the said public road leading
from Bridgetown to Speightstown and called
or known as Highway No.1 or however else
the same may abut and bound together with
the message or dwellinghouse thereon and
all and singular other the freehold buildings
and erections on the said land erected and
built standing and being with the appurtanances
AND SECONDLY ALL THAT certainpiece or
parcel of land (also formerly part of the said
larger area of two acres and three roods)
also situate at Road View in the parish of
Saint Peter in this Island containing by es-


High C ort


NOTICE NO. 161
PUBLIC NOTICE
(Patents Act, 1903-7, Sec. 10)

NOTICE is hereby given that E.I. DU
POINT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY, a cor-
poration orgainsed and existing under the
laws of the State of Delaware, United States
of America of Wilmington 98, United States
of America, lodged in this Office an applica-
tion and complete specification for a patent
under the Patent Act 1903 (1903-7), for an
invention for 'COMPOSITIONS AND METH-
ODS, USEFUL FOR INCREASING THE SUGAR
CONTEXT OF CROPS UTILIZING aT
UREIDOOXYCARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND
THEIR DERIVATIVES"

The said Specification has been accepted
and is open to public inspection at this Office.

W. A. DAVIS.
Registrar. (Ag.)


timation one acre one rood and twenty per-
ches be the same more or less (inclusive
of a portion thereof contained in the public
road hereinafter mentioned) abutting and
bounding towards the South on lands now or
late of May Gill and on lands now or late of
Mrs. Olive A. Parris towards the West on
the sea towards the North on lands now or
late of the said Miss Clarita Westerman et al
being the remainder of the said larger area
and towards the East on other portions of the
said public road leading from Bridgetown to

Speightstown and called or known as High -
way No. 1 or however else the same may
abut and bound.

UPSET PRICES: $70,000.00 (each)

Dated this 11th day of February 1969.

E. G. HUSBANDS
Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court.


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February 20, 1969


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE February 20, 1969


NOTICE NO. 163


IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE, IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE


High Court

No. 547 of 1968

PETER RICHARD PACKER EVELYN:
Plaintiff

SYLVIA ELECTRA LEWIS et al: Defendants


The undermentioned property will be set
up for sale at the Regsitration Office on the
14th day of March 1969 at 2 p.m. and if not
then sold it will be set up for sale on each
succeeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Edgecliff in the
parish of Saint John in this Island containing
by admeasurement nine acres two roods and
twenty thirty three hundredth perches (9 A.
2R. 33P.) or thereabouts abutting and bound-
ing towards the North on a public road which
leads from Malvern Plantation to St. John's
Parish Church on lands of Hugh Leon Gibson,
W. Kellman, Cordia Shepherd and on the con-
tinuation of the said public road towards the
East on lands now or late of Ernest C. Croney
deceased on lands of A. Small on lands of A.
Arthur on lands of C.Bates deceased towards
the South on lands of Hothersal PlantationL
towards the Weston lands of the said Malvern
Plantation or however else the same may
abut and bound.

UPSET PRICE : $15,000.00
Dated this 11th day of February 1969.

E. G. HUSBANDS
Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court.


High Coart

No. 28 of 1969
HUGH CLARENCE WALKES: Plaintiff
ANTILLINE CLARADINE DOTTIN: Defendant

Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authen-
ticated on oath to me on or before the 17tl.
day of April 1969.

PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT cer-
tain piece or parcel of land situate at St.
Simons in the Parish of Saint Andrew in this
Island containing by admeasurement one acre
one rood or thereabouts abutting and bounding
on lands of Joseph Collymore and separated
therefrom by a Road on lands of Winston
Sandiford on lands of Haggatts Plantation on
lands of Haggatts Plantation and separated
therefrom by a road or however else the same
may abutt and bound. AND SECONDLY ALL
THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate
at St. Simons in the Parish of Saint Andrew
and Island aforesaid containing by admeasure-
ment three roods three perches or thereabouts
abutting and bounding on lands now or late of
Sarah Springer, Mrs. Rosalin Catlin, Joseph
Hall, Ellen Lewis, EdwardWalkes, and Albert
Licorish and on the Public Road or however
else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTIES: $1,500.00
$1,000.00

Dated this 10th day of February 1969.

G. A. A. MAYNARD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 162


February 20, 1969


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NOTICE NO. 164

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court


No. 18 of 1969
ST. ALBAN O' BRIAN SKINNER: Plaintiff
JOSEPH EMMANUEL LAYNE: Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authen-
ticated on oath to me on or before the 17th
day of April 1969.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate in the district known
as Saint Matthias in the parish of Christ
Church and Island aforesaid containing by
admeasurement 65,052 square feet(in which
area is included 4,445 square feet which form
a portion of a road formerly a private road
but now a public road hereinafter mentioned
forming one of the boundaries thereof)Butting
and Bounding on lands now or late of the Es-
tate of C. S. Pitcher deceased, on lands now
or late of Dr. Teetzel on lands now or late of
the estate ofT. Williams deceased and on the
other portion of the said Public Road here-
inbefore mentioned or however else the same
may abutt and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $10,600.00

Dated this 10th day of February 1969.

G. A. A. MAYNARD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 165

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE


High Court


No. 543 of 1968


HUGH OWEN SAINT-CLAIR
CUMBERBATCH:


Plaintiff


MYRTILLA GWENDOLYN LYNCH:
Defendant
The undermentioned propertywill be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
14th day of March 1969 at 2 p.m. and if not
then sold it will be set up for sale on each:
succeeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain. piece
or parcel of land situate at Watts Village in
the said parish of Saint George and Island
aforesaid containing by admeasurement four
thousand five hundred and seven square feet
or thereabouts abutting and bounding on the
West on lands of Euretta Bannister on the
North on lands of Stepney Plantation on the
east on lands of Geraldine Howard and on the'
South on the Public Road leading to Boarded
Hall or however else the same may abut and
bound.


UPSET PRICE: $500.00


Dated this 11th day of February 1969,


E. G. HUSBANDS
Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court.


February 20, 1969


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NOTICE NO. 166

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court


No. 30 of 1969
ALLAN ST. CLAIR WATSON:
ALBERTHA VAUGHAN:


Plaintiff
Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authen-
ticated on oath the to me on or before the
17th day of April 1969.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Blades Hill in the
parish of Saint Philip in this Island contain-
ing by admeasurement five thousand seven
hundred and thirty-eight square feet or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands of
Joseph Jordan on Lands of Ivy King on lands
of one Rouse on lands of one Hinkson on lands
of one Miss Reid and on a road leading to an-
other road which leads to the Public Road or
however else the same may abut and bound.



VALUE OF PROPERTY: $250.00
Dated this 10th day of February 1969


G. A. A. MAYNARD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 167

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court

No. 32 of 1969
GRETA PALMYRA GOODRIDGE: Plaintiff
THELMA ELAINE YARDE: Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authen -
ticated on oath to me on or before the 17th
day of April 1969.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Upper Collymore
Rock in the Parish of Saint Michael in the Is-
land of Barbados aforesaid containing by ad-
measurement fifteen thousand three hundred
and ninety three square feet or thereabouts
abutting and bounding towards the East on
lands of one Miss Riley towards the South on
lands of a place called Hazelwood towards the
West on lands of one Mr. Whitehall and to-
wards the North on the Public Road called
Collymore Rock Road or however else the
same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $5,000.00

Dated this loth day of February 1969.


G. A. A. MAYNARD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


February 20, 1969


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NOTICE NO. 168

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Caurt


No. 22 of 1969

LORTON EGBERT EDWARDS: Plaintiff

EDWIN EDGAR HOWARD: Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authen-
ticated on oath to me on or before the 17th
day of April 1969.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Sealy Hall in the
parish of Saint John and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement one acre or
thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands
late of R. Harewood but now of James Jones
on lands now or late of Sealy Hall Plantation
on lands late of Joseph C. Gittens but now of
Irvine Davis and on a road formerly a Road
in common but now a Public Road which separ-
ates the land hereinbefore, described from
lands of R. H. Smith or however else the same
may abut and bound.


VALUE OF PROPERTY: $1,000,00
Dated this 10th day of February 1969.


G. A. A. MAYNARD
Registrar of the Supreme Court. (Ag.)


NOTICE NO. 169

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court


No. 542 of 1968


HUGH OWEN SAINT-CLAIR
CUMBERBATCH:


Plaintiff


GERALDINE GLENDORA HOWARD:
Defendant

The undermentioned propertywill be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
14th day of March 1969 at 2 p.m. and if not
then sold it will be set up for sale on each
succeeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Watts Village in
the said parish of Saint George and Island
aforesaid containing by admeasurement four
thousand five hundred and seven square feet
or thereabouts abutting and bounding on the
West on lands of Myrtilla Lynch on the North
on lands of Stepney Plantation on the East on
lands of the Estate of one King deceased and
of one Jones and on the South on the Public
Road leading to Boarded Hall or however
else the same may abut and bound.


UPSET PRICE: $500.00

Dated this 11th day of February 1969.


E. G. HUSBANDS
Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court.


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NOTICE NO. 170

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
High Court

No. 544 of 1968


HUGH OWEN SAINT-CLAIR
CUMBERBATCH:


Plaintiff


MABEL MURIEL MOSELEY: Defendant

The undermentionedproperty will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
14th day of March 1969 at 2 p.m. and if not
then sold it will be set up for sale on each
succeeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.

PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT cer-
tain piece or parcel of land (part of a larger
area of land containing one acre two roods
six perches) situate at Charnocks in the par-
ish of Christ Church and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement one acre four
perches or thereabouts (of which area four
perches form part of the area of the public
road hereinafter mentioned) abutting and
bounding on the North on lands now or late of
one Farrell on the East on lands now or late
of Spencers Plantation on the South on land
now or late of E. L. Lucas and of Mucy E.
Lucas and on the West on the Public Road
hereinbefore mentioned or howeverelse the
same may abut and bound AND SECONDLY
ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land
situate at St. Patricks in the said parish of
Christ Church and Islandlaforesaid formerly
known as Brooklyn containing by estimation
one acre two roods thirty nine and four-
fifths perches abutting and bounding on lands
now or late of Christina Chellenham on lands
now or late of Joseph Harris on lands now or
late of Dudley Jones et al on lands now or late
of Jestina Callender on lands now or late of
J. E. Callender et al on a Public Road on lands


now or late of the estate of R. Moseley de-
ceased and on a private road eight feet wide
or however else the same may abut and bound
together with the message or dewllinghouse
thereon and all other the buildings and erec-
tion thereon erected and built standing and
being with the appurtenances.

UPSET PRICES: $2,000.00 ; $10,000.00
Dated this llth day of February 1969.
E. G. HUSBANDS
Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court.


NOTICE NO. 171

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court

No. 550 of 1968

ST. ALBAN O'BRIAN SKINNER: Plaintiff


EARL BYRON BAIRD:


Defendant


The undermentionedproperty will be set
up for sale at the Registration Office on the
14th day of March 1969 at 2 p.m. and if not
then sold it will be set up for sale on each
succeeding Friday at 2 p.m. until sold.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Lower Carlton
in the parish of Saint James and Island afore-
said containing by admeasurement 11,385
square feet or thereabouts abutting and bound-
ing on lands of Charles E. DaCosta Welch, on
lands of one Rogers, on a Road and on the
public road known as Highway No. 1 or however
else the same may abut and bound.

UPSET PRICE: $1,500.00

Dated this 11th day of February 1969.

E. G. HUSBANDS
Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court.


February 20, 1969


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NOTICE NO. 172

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court

No. 137 of 1968

KATHERINE LOUISE DOUGLAS (since
deceased) and WILLIAM RANDOLPH
DOUGLAS, Administrator of the Estate of
KATHERINE LOUISE DOUGLAS, deceased:
Plaintiff
&


IRVING JEROME KING:


Defendant


Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authen-
ticated on oath to me on or before the 17th
day of April 1969.

PROPERTY: FIRST ALL THAT certain
piece or parcel of land situate at Gibbons in
the parish of Christ Church in this Island con-
taining by admeasurement six thousand seven
hundred and forty-five square feet or there-
abouts (of which area 718 square feet are
conatined in the public road leading to
Pegwell) Butting and Bounding towards the
East on lands of G. Seale towards the South
and the West on lands of Edna Ward and to-
wards the North on other portions of the said
public road or however else the same may
abut and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT
certain piece or pareel of land likewise
situate at Gibbons in the said parish of Christ
Church in this Island containing by admeasure-
ment ninety-three thousand three hundred and
twenty-six square feet or thereabouts (of
which area 990 square feet are contained in
the said public road which leads to Pegwell)
butting and bounding on lands of L. C. Best,
of Gibbons Plantation of one Nurse, of one
Lovell, of one Millington, of one Grant of


F. Ward and of E. C. Douglas and on other
portions of the said public road or however
else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTIES: $3,814.00

Dated this 10th day of February 1969.


G. A. A. MAYNARD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)



NOTICE NO. 173

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE

High Court

No. 34 of 1969
IDA LEILE MEDFORD Administratrix:
Plaintiff
HAMILTON ETHELBERT HARPER:
Defendant
Any person having any claim, lien or
charge against the property described here-
under shall submit such claim duly authen-
ticated on oath to me on or before the 17th
day of April 1969.


PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece
or parcel of land situate at Roaches in the
Parish of Saint Lucy and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement twenty thousand
four hundred and seventy square feet or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands of
Elizabeth Ann Bowen on lands of the estate
of Milton Gibbons deceased on lands of
Lucretia Johnson and on the Public Road or
however else the same may abut and bound.

VALUE OF PROPERTY: $700.00

Dated this 10th day of February 1969.


G. A. A. MAYNARD
Registrar of the Supreme Court (Ag.)


February 20, 1969


OFFICIAL GAZETTE








OFFICIAL GAZETTE February 20, 1969


GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Appointments

The following persons have been appointed Senior Assistant
Teacher, with effect from 1st December, 1968:


Mrs. U. Gollop
Mrs. M. Griffith
Mr. H. Goring
Mr. R. L. Mottley
Mr. R. Greaves
Miss V. Hewitt
Mrs. C. Waldron
Miss M. O. Roach
Mr. G. Husbands
Miss R. E. Brathwaite
Mr. J. W. Lovell
Mrs. G. Nurse


(M. P. 2540/10 Vol. III)


Mr. L. S. Payne
Mrs. M. L. Robinson
Miss L. Jemmott
Mrs. M. Pile

Mrs. Q. Thompson
Mr. W. Isaac
Mrs. D. Millington
Mr. I. Harris
Miss E. Holmes
Mr. E. Straughan
Mrs. E. M. Belle
Mrs. E. Murray


INCOME TAX NOTICE


RETURN FORMS-YEAR OF INCOME 1968

Notice is hereby given that Income Tax Return forms for the year
of income 1968 to be filed by:-

(a) Companies,
(b) Partnerships, jointventures, trusts, and estates of deceased per-
sons

are now available at the Inland Revenue Department, Treasury Building,
Bridge Street.

2. A further notice will be placed in the daily newspaper when re-
turn forms to be filed by individuals are ready for distribution.

3. Old type return forms (with figures for Year of Assessment
amended to 1969) are not suitable for the 1968 year of income and taxpayers
are specifically requested not to use them.

4. Income tax returns must be delivered to me on or before 30th
April, 1969.


W. A. GITTENS
Commissioner of Inland Revenue


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


February 20, 1969








Febuay 0 169OFIIAIGZET


NOTICE NO. 156

LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICES

(Act 1957 40)


API
OCC
ADE


PRE


'LICANT: WINIFRED GOODRIDGE
UPATION: Shop-keeper
)RESS: Mansion Road
Lower Bank Hall
IMISES: Board & shingle shop
situate at Mansion Rd.
St. Michael.
Dated this 3rd day of February 1969.


Signed: W. GOODRIDGE
Applicant.
This application for a Retail Licence
will be considered at a Licensing Court to be
held at Magistrates' Courts Dist "A" on
Thursday the 27th day of March 1969 at
9 o'clock a.m.

GEORGE COLLYMORE
Clerk to Licensing Authority.


APPLICANT: DANIEL FRERE
OCCUPATION: Shop-keeper
ADDRESS: Tweedside Road,
St. Michael.
PREMISES: Wooden galvanise build-
ing situate at
Tweedside Road,
St. Michael.
Dated this 4th day of February 1969.
Signed: D. FRERE
Applicant.
This Application for a Restaurant Li-
cence willbe considered at a Licensing Court
to beheld at Magistrates' Courts Dist. "A" on
Thursday the 27th day of March 1969 at
9 o'clock a.m.

GEORGE COLLYMORE
Clerk to Licensing Authority.


Form R Regulation 9

Notice of Sitting of Licensing Authority
(The Liquor Licence Act 1957 Section 16)
Notice is hereby given that there will be
a sitting of the Licensing Authority for Dis-
trict "D", St. Thomas, at the Magistrate's
Court, District "D", on Tuesday, 11thMarch,
1969 at 10.00 o'clock a.m. for the purpose of
GRANTING LICENCES, TRANSFERS OF LI-
CENCES, and ORDERS FOR THE REGIS-
TRATION OF CLUBS under the above Act.

Datedthis 17th day of February, 1969 at
the Magistrate's Court, District "D",
St. Thomas.

JOAN GLASGOW,
Clerk to Licensing Authority.
District "D".
N.B. All Applications MUST reach the Mag-
istrate's Court, District "D" not later than
the 25th day of February 1969.


NOTICE NO. 174
LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE

(Act 1957-40)
APPLICANT: ADELLE WATSON
OCCUPATION: Shop-keeper
ADDRESS: Airy Cot, St. Thomas
PREMISES: A wall and galvanized
shop atWelchman Hall
St. Thomas.
Dated this 15th day of February 1969.
Signed: ADELLE A. WATSON
Applicant.
This Application for the grant of a Re-
tail Liquor Licence will be considered at a
Licensing Court to be held at Magistrate's
Court District "D" on Tuesday the llth day
of March 1969 at 10.00 o'clock a.m.

JOAN GLASGOW
Clerk to the Licensing Authority.


February 20, 1969


OFFICIAL GAZETTE










PROBATE ADVERTISEMENTS

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications have been made
for the following Grants of Probate and Administration namely :-
PROBATE of the Will dated the 12th day of December, 1967 of JOHN HAMILTON late of
Pine Gardens in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island who died on the 21st day
of April, 1968, by ROSARIO GLORIA HAMILTON, the sole Executrix named in the
Will of the said deceased.

PROBATE of the Will dated the 8th day of November, 1956 of VICTOR KING late of 9th
Avenue Belleville in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island who died on the 21st
day of August, 1967, by MARJORIE LOUISE KING and BETTY JEAN KING, the
Executrices named in the Will of the said deceased.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of LAUGHTON ADONALD ALLEYNE late
of Parris Gap, Westbury Road in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island who died
on the 12th day of January, 1969, by DAPHNE IONE CUMBERBATCH, mother of the
said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of LILLIAN BOYCE late of Porey Spring
in the parish of Saint Thomas in this Island who died on the 15th day of March, 1965,
by FITZGERALD BOYCE, only son of the said deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of GWENDOLYN BISPHAM late of Marley
Vale in the parish of Saint Philip in this Island who died on the 14th day of August,
1968, by MURIEL ISABEL BLADES lawful sister and only next of kin of the said
deceased.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of JOYCE MURIEL LEWIS late of Rogers
Road, Government Hill in the parish of Saint Michael in this Island who died on or
about the 9th day of October, 1967, by ARTHUR O'NEAL LEWIS, husband of the said
deceased.

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION to the Estate of EDGAR HORACE FORDE late of Two
Mile Hill in the parish of SaintMichael in this Island who died on the 8th day of May,
1953, by MILLICENT FORDE, widow of the said deceased.

UNLESS CAVEAT is lodged withinfourteendays from the date of this Advertisement
with the Registrar of the Supreme Court through whom the abovenamed applications have
been made Probate and Administration will be granted accordingly.

Dated this 14th day of February, 1969.

C. A. ROCHEFORD
Registrar.


Government Printing Office


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


February 20, 1969





Statutory. Instrument Supplement :No. ,11
Supplement to Official Gazette No. ]15 dated 20th February, 1969.

S.I. 1969 No. 19
The Industrial Incentives Act, 1963
THE INDUSTRIAL INCENTIVES (APPROVED
PRODUCTS) (UMBRELLAS) ORDER, 1969.
The Minister in exercise of the powers conferred
on him by section 3 of the Industrial Incentives Act,
1963, hereby makes the following Order:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Industrial In-
centives (Approved Products) (Umbrellas) Order, 1969.
2. Umbrellas are hereby declared to be approved
products for the purposes of the Industrial Incentives
Act, 1963.
Made by the Minister this 13th day of February,
1969.


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S.I. 1969 No. 20
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)

THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATTENDANCE OF THE
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA AT THE
MAPLE LEAF BALL, MARINE HOTEL)
RULES, 1969
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Commission-
er of Police with the approval of the Minister of Home
Affairs, hereby makes the following Rules:-
1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic Con-
trol (Attendance of the Governor-General of Canada at
the Maple Leaf Ball, Marine Hotel) Rules, 1969.
2. These Rules are made for the control of
traffic on the occasion of the attendance of the
Governor-General of Canada at the Maple Leaf Ball,
Marine Hotel -on- the 22nd day of February, 1969 or
any date to which the said function might be changed.
3 ,.n these Rules "the route" means the follow-
ing route, namely, Pine Road, Culloden Road, Dal-
keith Road, Garrison Road, Hastings Road, Balmoral
Gap.
4.. Between the hours of 9.30 p.m. and 11.30
p.m. on the 22nd day of February, 1969 or any date
to which the said function might be changed, the
driver or rider of any vehicle on the route which is
stopped by any member of the Royal Barbados Police
Force in uniform, shall cause it to remain stationary
until the Governor-General's Procession has passed
such vehicle, or until otherwise directed by a mem-
ber of the Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform.







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5. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall at
once comply with any order given by a member of the
Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform.
Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.

W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.
Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.
P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







4 STATUTORY INSTRUMENT


S.I. 1969 No. 21
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)
THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (DEPARTURE OF THE
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA)
RULES, 1969.
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Commis-
sioner of Police with the approval of the Minister of
Home Affairs, hereby makes the following Rules:-
1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic Con-
trol (Departure of the Governor-General of Canada)
Rules, 1969.

2. These Rules are made for the control of traffic
on the occasion of the departure of the Governor-
General of Canada on the 26th day of February, 1969
or any date to which the said departure might be
changed.

3. In these Rules "the route" means the following
route, namely, Pine Hill Road from Government House
to Pine Road, Pine Road, Uppe rCollymore Rock Road,
Upton Road, Kent Road, St. Davids Road, Cox Road,
Ridge Road, Searles Road, Lowland Road, Pilgrim
Place Road, Fairy Valley Road, Coverly Road,
Charnocks Road, Seawell Airport Road.

4. Between the hours of 12.25 p.m. and 1.30 p.m.
on the 26th day of February, 1969 or any date to which
the departure of the Governor-General of Canada might
be changed, the driver or rider of any vehicle on the
route which is stopped by any member of the Royal
Barbados Police Force in uniform, shall cause it to
remain stationary until the Governor-General's Pro-
cession has passed such vehicle, or until otherwise
directed by a member of the Royal Barbados Police
Force in uniform.







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5. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall at
once comply with any order given by a member of the
Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform.
Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th day
of February, 1969.


W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.
Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.


P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







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S.. 1969 No. 22
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)
THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S
STATE DINNER AND RECEPTION AT
GOVERNMENT HOUSE) RULES, 1969.
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by sec-
tion 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Commissioner
of Police with the approval of the Minister of Home
Affairs, hereby makes the following Rules:-
1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic Con-
trol (Governor-General's State Dinner and Reception
at Government House) Rules, 1969.
2. These Rules are made for the control of traffic
on the occasion of the State Dinner and Re ception at
Government House on the 21st day of February, 1969
or any date to which the said function might be changed.
3. In these Rules "the State Dinner" or "the
Reception" means, the Governor-General's State
Dinner and Reception at Government House on the
21st day of February, 1969 or any date to which the
said function might be changed.

4. Vehicles conveying persons to the State Dinner
and bearing the sticker "GD" will enter Government
House South Gate and park as directed by the Police.
5. Vehicles conveying persons to the Reception
and bearing the sticker "GR" will enter Government
House North Gate and park as directed by the Police.
6. Vehicles conveying persons to the Reception
and bearing the sticker "G" will approach the entrance
to Government House on Government Hill Road, set.
down their occupants at this entrance and park as di-
rected by the Police.







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7. Between the hours of 8.00 p.m. and 11.30 p.m.
on the 21st day of February, 1969 or any date to which
the said function might be changed only vehicles bear-
ing the sticker "G" will be allowed to park on the
following roads:- Government Hill Road, Pine Road,
Belmont Road, Welches Road and Welches Terrace
Road.
8. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall
comply with these Rules and any order given by a mem-
ber of the Royal Barbados police Force in uniform
and where there is inconsistency between any rule
and any such order, the latter shall prevail.
9. These Rules shall not apply to vehicles used
by members of the Royal Barbados Police Force.

Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th day
of February, 1969.


W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.

Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this 20th
day of February, 1969.

P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







8 STATUTORY INSTRUMENT

S.I. 1969 No. 23

Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)
THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (ARRIVAL OF THE
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA)
RULES, 1969
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Commission-
er of Police with the approval of the Minister of Home
Affairs, hereby makes the following Rules:-
1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic
Control (Arrival of the Governor-General of Canada)
Rules, 1969.
2. These Rules are made for the control of
traffic along the route on which the Governor-General
of Canada will be travelling from Seawell Airport to
Government House on the 21st day of February, 1969
or any date to which the arrival of the Governor-
General of Canada might be changed.
3. In these Rules "route" means the following
route, namely Charnocks Road, Fair Valley Road,
Pilgrim Road, Callenders Road, Thornbury Hill Road,
Oistins Road, Welches Road, Maxwell Road, Top
Rock Road, Stream Road, Worthings Road, Hastings
Road, Garrison Hill Road, Bay Street, Chamberlain
Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Trafalgar Street, St.
Michael's Row, Constitution Road, Belmont Road,
Pine Hill Road from Pine Road to Government House.
4. Between the hours of 1.45 p.m. and 4.00 p.m.
on the 21st day of February, 1969 or any date to
which the arrival of the Governor-General of Canada
might be changed, no driver or person in charge of
any vehicle shall park such vehicle on the route.






STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 9


5. Between the hours of 2.30 p.m. and 4.00 p.m.
on the 21st day of February, 1969 or any date to which
the arrival of the Governor-General of Canada might
be changed, no vehicle shall travel on the route in a
general direction from Government House towards
Seawell Airport.

6. Vehicles conveying persons to the official
welcome of the Governor-General of Canada will park
on the area south of the new arrival building at the
Airport. All other vehicles shall park as directed by
the Police.
7. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall
comply with these Rules and any order given by a
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform, and where there is inconsistency between
any rule and such order, the latter shall prevail.
8. These Rules shall not apply to vehicles used
by members of the Royal Barbados Police Force.

Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.

W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.
Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.

P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







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S.I. 1969 No. 24
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)

THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (VISIT TO PARLIAMENT
BY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA)
RULES, 1969
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Commission-
er of Police with the approval of the Minister of Home
Affairs, hereby makes the following Rules:-
1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic Con-
trol (Visit to Parliament by the Governor-General of
Canada) Rules, 1969.
2. These Rules are made for the control of traffic
on the occasion of the visit of the Governor-General
of Canada to Parliament on the 24th day of February,
1969, or any date to which the said visit might be
changed.
3. In these Rules "the route" means the follow-
ing route, namely, Pine Hill Road, from Government
House to Pine Road, Belmont Road, Constitution
Road, St. Michael's Row and Trafalgar Square.
4. Between the hours of 6.00 a.m. and 12.00
noon on the 24th day of February, 1969 or any date to
which the said visit might be changed, no driver or
person in charge of any vehicle shall park such
vehicle in the Public Buildings Yard, Trafalgar
Square, Trafalgar Street, Rickett Street, Marhill
Street, Blidge Street, High Street, Palmetto Street,
Roebuck Street from its junction with Palmetto Street,
to its junction with Swan Street, Palmetto Square and
the Upper Wharf Road, except the vehicles mentioned.
in Rules 9 and 10.







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5. Between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 12 noon
on the 24th day of February, 1969 or any date to which
the said visit might be changed, no vehicle shall
travel on Broad Street from its junction with Prince
William Henry Street to its junction with High Street,
Trafalgar Square, Trafalgar Street from its junction
with Rickett Street to its junction with Marhill Street,
except vehicles conveying persons to the Public
Buildings and bearing the stickers marked "P" and
,,pp,.

6. Between the hours of 10.35 a.m. and 10.50
a.m. on the 24th day of February, 1969 or any date to
which the said visit might be changed, no vehicle
shall travel on the route in a general direction from
the Public Buildings towards Government House.
7. Between the hours of 11.20 a.m. and 12.00
noon on the 24th day of February, 1969 or any date
to which the said visit might be changed, no vehicle
shall travel on the route in a general direction from
Government House towards the Public Buildings.
8. Between the Hours of 9.30 a.m. and 12.00
noon on the 24th day of February, 1969 or any date
to which the said visit might be changed, traffic will
travel on the following streets in one direction only,
namely,

(a) High Street from its junction with Swan
Street to its junction with Broad Street
in a general southerly direction only.
(b) Marhill Street from its junction with
Trafalgar Square to its junction with
Palmetto Square in a general northerly
direction only.







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(c) Roebuck Street from its junction with
Magazine Lane to its junction with Crump-
ton Street in a general easterly direction
only.

9. Only vehicles bearing the sticker "PP" may
park in the Public Buildings Yard.
10. Only vehicles bearing the sticker "P" may
park on Palmetto Square, Rickett Street or Marhill
Street.
11. The drivers of all other vehicles conveying
persons to the Public Buildings shall park as directed
by the Police.

12. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall
comply with these Rules and any order given by a
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform and where there is inconsistency between
any rule and such order, the latter shall prevail.
13. These Rules shall not apply to vehicles used
by the Royal Barbados Police Force.
Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th day
of February, 1969.

W. A. FARMER,
Commissioner of Police.
Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.

P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.






STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 13


S.I. 1969 No. 25

Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)
THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATTENDANCE OF THE
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA AT DINNER
AT THE HILTON HOTEL) RULES, 1969

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Com-
missioner of Police with the approval of the Min-
ister of Home Affairs, hereby makes the following
Rules: -

1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic
Control (Attendance of the Governor-General of
Canada at Dinner at The Hilton Hotel) Rules, 1969.

2. These Rules are made for the control of
traffic on the occasion of the attendance of the
Governor General of Canada at a Dinner at the
Hilton Hotel on the 24th day of February, 1969 or
any date to which the said function might be
changed.

3. In these Rules "the route" means the fol-
lowing route, namely, Pine Road, Culloden Road,
Beckles Road, Bay Street, Engineers Pier Road.

4. Between the hours of 7.00 p.m. and 11.00
p.m. on the 24th day of February, 1969 or any date
to which the said function might be changed, the
driver or rider of any vehicle on the route which
is stopped by any member of the Royal Barbados







14 STATHIO)RY INJSTR[IMENT


Police Force in uniform, shall cause it to remain
stationary until the Governor-General's Proces-
sion has passed such vehicle, or until otherwise
directed by a memberof the Royal Barbados Police
Force in uniform.

5. The drivers andriders of all vehicles shall
at once comply with any order given by a member
of the Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform.

Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.

W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.

Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.


P.M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 15


S.I. 1969 No. 26
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)

THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (VISIT OF THE
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA
TO THINKING DAY CELEBRATIONS)
RULES, 1969

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961,the Com-
missioner of Police with the approval of the Min-
ister of Home Affairs, hereby makes the following
Rules:-

1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic
Control (Visit of the Governor-General of Canada
to Thinking Day Celebrations) Rules, 1969.

2. These Rules are made for the control of
traffic on the occasion of the visit of the Governor-
General of Canada to Thinking Day Celebrations
on the 23rd day of February, 1969 or any date to
which such visit might be changed.

3. In these Rules "the route" means the fol-
lowing route, namely, Belmont Road, Constitution
Road, to Queens Park.

4. Between the hours of 3.45 p.m. and 5.20
p.m. on the 23rd day of February, 1969 or any
date to which such visit by the Governor-General
of Canada might be changed, the driver or rider
of any vehicle on the route which is stopped by any







16 STATUTORY INSTRUMENT


member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform, shall cause it to remain stationary until
the Governor-General's Procession has passed
such vehicle, or until otherwise directed by a
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform.

5. The drivers and riders of all vehicles
shall at once comply with any order given by a
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform.

Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.


W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.


Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.


P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.






STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 17


S.I. 1969 No. 27

Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)
THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (VISIT TO U.W.I. (CAVE
HILL) URBAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION,
CARIBBEAN METEOROLOGICAL INSTITUTE
AND BELLAIRS FISHERIES RESEARCH IN-
STITUTE BY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL
OF CANADA) RULES, 1969
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Commission-
er of Police with the approval of the Minister of Home
Affairs, hereby makes the following Rules:-

1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic
Control (Visit to U.W.I. (Cave Hill) Urban Develop-
ment Corporation, Caribbean Meteorological Institute
and Bellairs Fisheries Research Institute by the
Governor-General of Canada) Rules, 1969.
2. These Rules are made for the control of traffic
on the occasion of the visit of the Governor-General
of Canada, to U.W.I. (Cave Hill), Urban Development
Corporation, Caribbean Meteorological Institute and
Bellairs Fisheries Research Institute on the 25th day
of February, 1969 or on any date to which the said
visit might be changed.
3. In these Rules "the route" means the follow-
ing route, namely, Welches Road, Bridge Road,
Bank Hall Cross Road, Black Rock Road, University
Cresent Road, Cave Hill Road, Husbands Road,
Thorpes Road, Holders Hill Road, Paynes Bay Road,
Sandy Lane Road, Holetown Road, Porters Road,
Westmoreland Road, Lancaster Road, Bennetts Road,
Redman Village Road, Welches Road, Warrens Road,








18 STATUTORY INSTRUMENT


Green Hill Road, Codrington Road, Waterford Road,
Station Hill Road, Bridge Road, Welches Road.

4. Between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m.
on the 25th day of February, 1969 or any date to
which the said visit by the Governor-General of
Canada might be changed, the driver or rider of any
vehicle on the route which is stopped by any member
of the Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform, shall
cause it to remain stationary until the Governor-
General's procession has passed such vehicle, or
until otherwise directed by a member of the Royal
Barbados Police Force in uniform.
5. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall at
once comply with any order given by a member of the
Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform.
Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.

W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.
Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.

P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







STATUTORY INSTRUMENT 19


S.I. 1969 No. 28
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)
THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (VISIT TO FARLEY HILL,
GREENLANDg AND _ARRENS FACTORY BY
THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF CANADA)
RULES 1969
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Commission-
er of Police, with the approval of the Minister of Home
Affairs, hereby makes the following Rules:-
1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic Con-
trol (Visit to Farley Hill, Greenland and Warrens
Factory by the Governor-General of Canada) Rules,
1969.
2. These Rules are made for the control of traffic
on the occasion of the visit of the Governor-General
of Canada to Farley Hill, Greenland and Warrens
Factory on the 22nd day of February, 1969 or any
date to which such visit might be changed.

3. I n these Rules "the route" means the follow-
ing route namely Welches Road, Bridge Road, Bank
Hall Cross Road, Black Rock Road, Paynes Bay
Road, Holetown Road, Lower Carlton Road, Gibbs
Road, Road View Road, Queen Street, Church Street,
Station Hill Road, Mile and Quarter Road, Pleasant
Hall Road, Ebworth Road, Portland Road, Welch
Town Road, Farley Hill Cleland Road, Burnt House
Road, Greenland Road, Walkers Road, Belleplaine
Road, East Coast Road, Gaggs Hill Road, Joe's
River Road, Horse Hill Road, Blackmans Road,
Andrews Road, Groves Road, Market Hill Road,
Applewhaites Road, Exchange Road, Canewood Road,








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Jackson Road, Warrens Road, Green Hill Road,
Codrington Road, Waterford Road, Station Hill Road,
Bridge Road, Welches Road.

4. Between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 12.30
p.m. on the 22nd of February, 1969 or any date to
which such visit might be changed, the driver or rider
of any vehicle on the route which is stopped by any
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform, shall cause it to remain stationary until
the Governor-General's procession has passed such
vehicle, or until otherwise directed by a member of
the Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform.

5. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall
at once comply with any order given by a member of
the Royal Barbados Police Force in uniform.
Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.

W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.

Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.

P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







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S.I. 1969 No. 29
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)

THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (RECEPTION AT HILTON
HOTEL) RULES, 1969



In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24 (2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Com-
missioner of Police with the approval of the Min-
ister of Home Affairs, hereby makes the following
Rules:-

1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic
Control (Reception at Hilton Hotel) Rules, 1969.

2. These Rules are made for the control of
traffic on the occasion of the Reception by the
Governor-General of Canada at the Hilton Hotel on
the 25th day of February, 1969 or on any date to
which the Reception may be changed.

3. In these Rules "the route" means the fol-
lowing route, namely Pine Hill Road from Govern-
ment House to Pine Road, Pine Road, Culloden
Road, Dalkeith Road, Garrison Road, Garrison Hill
Road, Barbados Union Oil Company Road, Hilton
Hotel Road.

4. Between the hours of 5.45 p.m. and 8.30
p.m. on the 25th day of February, 1969 or on any
date to which the said Reception may be changed,







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the driver or rider of any vehicle on the route
which is stopped by any member of the Royal Bar-
bados Police Force in uniform, shall cause it to
remain stationary until the Governor-General's
Procession has passed such vehicle, or until
otherwise directed by a member of the Royal Bar-
bados Police Force in uniform.

5. Vehicles conveying persons to the Recep-
tion at the Hilton Hotel and bearing the sticker
marked "HH" will park on the parking area of the
Hilton Hotel.

6. Vehicles conveying persons to the Recep-
tion at the Hilton Hotel and bearing the sticker
marked "H" will park on the Parking area of the
Barbados Union Oil Company Grounds and the area
west of the Barbados Union Oil Company.

7. The drivers and riders of all vehicles shall
comply with these Rules and any order given by a
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform, and where there is inconsistency between
any rule and any such order the latter shall
prevail.

Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.


W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.






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Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.


P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.







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S.I. 1969 No. 30
Police Act, 1961 (1961-50)

THE TRAFFIC CONTROL (VISIT TO NEWTON IN-
DUSTRIAL PARK, INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC
LIMITED, H.A.R.P. GUNSITE AND PARAGON
HOUSE, BY THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL
OF CANADA) RULES, 1969

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
section 24(2) of the Police Act, 1961, the Com-
missioner of Police with the approval of the Min-
ister of Home Affairs, hereby makes the following
Rules:-

1. These Rules may be cited as the Traffic
Control (Visit to Newton Industrial Park, Inter-
national Scientific Limited, H.A.R.P.,Gunsite and
Paragon House, by the Governor-General of
Canada) Rules, 1969.

2. These Rules are made for the control of
traffic on the occasion of the visit of the
Governor-General of Canada to Newton Industrial
Park, International Scientific Limited, H.A.R.P.,
Gunsite, and Paragon House on the 24th day of
February, 1969 or any date to which the said visit
might be changed.

3. In these Rules "the route" means the fol-
lowing route namely Pine Road, Bishop's Court
Hill Road, Upper Collymore Rock Road, Wildey
Road, Sargeant Village Road, Vauxhall Road,






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Kingsland Road, Silver Hill Road, Water Street,
Lodge Road, Balls Road, Pilgrim Road, Pilgrim
Place Road, Coverly Road, Charnocks Road,
Seawell Airport Road, Seawell Runway, Paragon
Road, Fairy Valley Rocks Road, Thyme Bottom
Road, Pilgrim Road, Balls Road, Newton Road,
Bannatyne Road, St. Davids Road, Kent Road, Up-
ton Road, St. Barnabas Road, Pine East and West
Road, Pine Plantation Road, Government Hill Road
and Welches Road.

4. Between the hours of 3.15 p.m. and 5.30
p.m. on the 24th day of February, 1969 or any date
to which the said visit by the Governor-General
of Canada might be changed, the driver or rider
of any vehicle on the route which is stopped by any
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform, shall cause it to remain stationary until
the Governor-General's Procession has passed
such vehicle, or until otherwise directed by a
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform.

5. The drivers and riders of all vehicles
shall at once comply with any order given by a
member of the Royal Barbados Police Force in
uniform.







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Made by the Commissioner of Police this 19th
day of February, 1969.


W. A. FARMER
Commissioner of Police.


.i, Approved by the Minister of Home Affairs this
20th day of February, 1969.


P. M. GREAVES
Minister of Home Affairs.




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