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VOL. LXXIII ROSEAU, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1950. No. 14


Government Notices.
Administrator's Office,
2nd March, 1950.
APPLICATIONS are invittd for the Wind-
ward Islands Free Tuition Scholarship,
Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture,
Trinidad, which is tenable for three years
subject to a satisfactory progress report.
This scholarship does not provide for
maintenance and other allowances and
applicants should give evidence of being
in a financial position to meet these de-
mands. Particulars of academic attain-
ments should also be stated.
All applications should be submitted to
the Government Secretary on or before
30th April 1950.
191/50
By Order,
J.N. MCINTYRE,
,Government Secretary
Administrator's Ofice.
10th March, 1950.
NOTICE E.
It is notified for general information
that Monsieur Jacques LeguBbe has been
appointed as French Consul at Port-of.
Spain with jurisdiction including Trinidad
and Tobago, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda,
British Guiana. British Honduras, Jamaica
and Winward Islands
The Exequatur empowering Monsieur
Leguobe to act in the above capacity re-
ceived His Majesty's signature on the 2nd
August, 1949.
348/50.
Administrator's Ofle,
11th March, 1950.
IT is notified, for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Colon-
ies has notified His Excellency the Govern



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or that the King will not be advised to
exercise His Majesty's power of disallow-
ance with respect to the undermentioned
Ordinances passed by the Legislative Coun.
cil of Dominica:-
No 5 of 1948 An Ordinance to provide
for the preparation and publication
,of Labour statistics .
814/47.
No. 14 of ]949 An Ordinance to amend
the Electricity Supply (Local Loan)
Ordinance. 1928.
728/47.

Administrator's Office,
13th March, 1950.
IT is notified, for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Colon.
ies has notified His Excellency the Gove n.
or that the King will not be advised to
exercise His Majesty's power of disallow-
ance with respect to the undermentioned
Ordinances passed by the Legislative
Council- of Dominica:-
No. 7 of 1949 An Ordinance to provide
for the Probation of Ollendeis.
1596/40
No. 16 of 1949 An Ordinance to provide
for the award of the Dominica Agri-
cultural Scholarship.
1039/48.
Adminis.ritt 's O.fice.
13th March, 1950.
THE Acting Administrator directs the
publication for general information of the
following telegrams received from iMr
James Griffith, Secretary of State for h
Colonies
(1)
His Majesty the King 'has thii day
March 2nd entrusted to me the seals of th3
Colonial Department Ja:ies Griffiths








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1950.


His Majesty has also approved appoint
ment of M-r. John Dugdale M. P to be
Minister of State for Colonial Affairs."
(2)
"As you have been informed His Majes.
ty 'he King has today entrusted me with
charge of Colonial Office.
I have received this trust with a deep
sense of heavy responsibility which it in.
volves. I am a newcomer to your affairs
though I have watched with keenest in_
terest work which has been going for.
ward under my predecessor whose devo-
tion to and knowledge of colonies is well
known to yoa all I look forward with en-
thusiasm to carrying on this great work
in co-operation with colonial peoples and
Colonial service."

Administrator's Office.
14th March. 1950.
His Honour the Acting Administrator
directs the publication for general inform-
ation of the following telegram received
by His Excellency the Governer of the
Windward Islands.
"' I regret because of misfortune poll I
preside no longer over Colonial Office. It
has been my previlege to enjoy early 4
intensive years as Secretary of State
during one of the most difficult periods of
British history. I think an important
chapter in Colonial development has been
written. I cannot leave without thanking
you and all your colleagues in administra-
tive, technical and professional service for
your and their splendid loyalty and great
devotion in high tradition of your great
service. I want also to thank you all for
your fine co-operation with me and good-
will you have shown. In your respective
territories all of you are engaged with
heavy responsibility on work vitally imper-
tant to our generation. I thank you most
sincerely for Sour fine contribution.
(Sgd.) ARTHUR CREECH JONES.

Administrator's Ofice,
20th March, 1950.
The following particulars relating to
appointments etc. in the public service are
published for general information:-
COIPEL, WILLIX G., Foreman Botanic
Gardens vacation leave from 13th
March to 28th March, 1950 inclusive.
E. 600.
DORIvAL, MRS. FRANCICA, G. S. 0. Chief
Officer, Medical Department, vacation
leave from 10th March to the 9th May
1950 inclusive.
E. 82.


HILL, I. E., Sergeant Major, Dominic
Police Force, appointed Inspector.
Idt January, 1950
C. 122/18
HILL. JAMES, Malaria Sanitary Inspector
Windward Islands, appointed Malaria
Sanitary Inspector Dominica.
1st January, 1b50
1192/44
LESLIE, N. C-.(, Sergeant Major. Dominica
Police Force, appointed Inspector..
1lt January, 1950
C. 122/48
RoOBERIS, C M., Sergeant Major, Domin-
ica Police Force, appointed Inspector.
1st January, 1950
C. 122/48
RICHARDS, B. A. Messenger, G. S. 0, Class
II, Administrator's Office, retired on
medical grounds.
28th February, 1950,
59/50
By Order,
J N. MCINTYRE,
Government Sect eta ry.


NOTICE.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA, B: W. 1.
20th January 1950.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Agricultural Assistant (Agricultural Edu.
cation) in the Department of Agriculture,
Dominica, Windward Islands. Applicants
should hold a degree or diploma, and have
some experience in teaching agriculture
and related sciences.
Salary scale $1,680 x $96 $2,400 per
annum. If a car is required to be kept,
allowances in accordance with local regu-
lations will be paid. Subsistence allow-
ance will be paid at the rate of $3.60 per
day when away from Headquarters.
The Officer will be responsible for the
training of agricultural pupils in accord.
ance with an approved course of studies.
He- may also be called upon to organise
refresher courses for the Junior Staff of
the Agricultural Department.
Applicants should write to the Superin-
tendent, of Agriculture, Botanic Gardens,
Roseau, Dominica, enclosing details of
qualifications and experience, and two
recent testimonials.
L. L DE VERTEUIL,
Superintendent of Agiculture
38/50.








64 '


OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY MARCH 20; 1950.


DOMINICA.

Comparative Return of Principal Domestic Imports.

1949 1 1950


ARTICLES.


Qua


CLASS 1.

Food, Drink & Tobacco.

Animals:-
Cattle, horned No.
Beer & Ale Stout &
Porter gals.
Biscuits, Bread & Cakes :
Unsweet'ed in bris. lbs.
do. in tins
Other
Butter
Substitutes
Cheese
Cocoa--Prevared
Coffee Prepared
Confectionery
Fish :
Canned lbs.
Dried & Salted ,,
Pickled Herrings ,,
Fruits: Dried
Grain, Flour Pulse &
Preparations thereof:
Rice lbs.
Flour Bags of 98 lbs.
Cornmeal ,
Beans & Peas lbs.
Macaroni & Vermicelli ,,
Jams, Jellies & Preserved
Fruits :
Jams & Jellies lbs.
Canned & Bottled
Lard & Substitutes lbs.
Meats: Beef
Pork
Canned
Smoked
Milk, Condensed lbs.
Oils Edible gals.
Pickles, Condiments &
Sauces val.
Salt: Coarse bris.
Fine lbs.
Spirits & Bitters :
Bitters gals.
Spirits:
Brandy gals.,
Cordials & Liqueurs ,
Gin
Whisky
Sugar: Refined lbs.
Unrefined
Tea lbs.
Tobacco & Snuff:
Manuf.: Cigarettes lbs.
Cigars
Other
Unmanufactured
Vegetables:
Canned lbs.
Onions & Garlic lbs
Potatoes lbs
Vinegar val.
Wines:
Claret gals.
Medicated ,,
Sparkling. ,,
Still
Vermouth

TOTAL CLASS I.


February Jan. to Feb. Febru


ntity Value Quantity Value Quantity
$ $

i --i.. .


645

528



7,041



301

737

6,200
20




65
2,810
1,356




4,174





1,530


29


2

31
4
87
40

170,446
378

587

25



4,313
4,000


175
15
6
430
36


1,357

94



2,803



137

345

662
8




414


401
256




1,651





3,639


35


25

277
24
450
348

10,559
359

1,131

47



547
188


419
82
119
1,322
190

27,892


1

1,415

1,723)
762
639

11,390


20
300

805

1,400
75
14,200
20



1
65
5,647
1,356




6,3-13
3,700

2,343


3,871


485


3

67
4
247
67

370,897
948

791

25
4

2
17,965
12,800


189
17
6
467
71


48)

2,938 i

312
295
391

4,539


10
121

401
741
10
1,673
8



6
414
837
256




2 508
911

1,170


134
908


37

452
24
1 393
579

24,837
881

1.560

47
6

5
1,855
628


454
95
119
1,585
406

62,58 1


ary


Value
$


1,571 .3 792

384 57

865 506
956 899
5,400 i 1,938
120 43
66 34
12 20
2,027 964

94 70

11,800 1,669.






10,143 1,943




433 1)6
2,525 .921

1,400 331
1,037 779
300 207
2,738 719
3,190 6,963

366
526 1,253
60 1

1 12

591 399
11 139
224 1,202
69 618

315 851 21,450


1,190 2,211

69 197




10.770 704


31 43
6 i 31
6 64
84 526
37 168

S52,390


Jan. to Feb.


Quantity Value
$


13
I'
11


3


34
12


,792

384

937
,288
,949
,372
66
11
438

969
7,648

132


458,430
6,529

12,048
1,345



433
3,764
2.000
11,800
5,515
1,400
11,138
5,138


644
60

1

59
.11
365
89

591,877
470

1,254

69
30

771
5,90;3
10,770


31
6
11.
124
37


1


4,274

57


9 775
2.518
5,532
34'
20)6
1,59.6

562
76.074
1,814
7-1


26,370
51,704

2,327
327



156
1,390
701
2.811
3,336
728
3.069
11,233

1,012
1,583
1

12


139
1,986
783

41,198
485

2,-44

197
61

235
807
704
259

43
31
129
619
168

263,624


1








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1950.


1949.


ARTICLES.


CLASS II.
Grease lbs.
Plants, Seeds & Bulbs val.
Resin, Tar & Pitch
Wood :
Pitch Pine ft.
Spruce & White Pine ft.
Shingles M.


CLASS III.
Apparel:
Shirts doz.
Vests & Bloomers
Other val.
Arms, Ammunition &
Explosives val.
Bags & Sacks (empty) ,,
Blacking & Polishes
Books, Printed ,,
Boots,Shoes& Slippers prs.
Candies: Tallow lbs
Other
Carriages, Carts &
Waggons:
Bicycles No.
Motor Cycles No.
Motor Cars No.
Motor Lorries
Motor Parts (Car)val.
Other & Paris
Tyres & Tubes
Cement per 400 lbs
Chemicals& Insecticides v.
Cinematograph Films ft
Cordage & Twine val.
Cotton Manufactures:
,, Piece Goods yds.
Artificial Silk Piece
Goods yds.
Cutlery val.
Electrical Supplies
Enamelware
Glass & Glassware
Hardware
Hats, Caps & Bonnets ,,
Hemp, Tow & Manufs.,
Oakum
Hosiery: Cotton & Art.
Silk
India Rubber & Gutta
Percha Manufactures ,,
Lamps, Lanterns &
Accessories val.
Leather Manufactures ,,
Linen ditto
Machinery :
Agricultural
Other
Manures tons
Matches gross
Medicines & Drugs val.
Metal Manufactures:
Iron & Steel val.
Other ,,
Oils: Fuel & Gas gals.
Gasolene
Kerosene
Lubricating
Paint
Other
Packages, M.T. No.
Paints, Colours &c. lbs
,Turpentine gals.
Varnish

Carried Forward ..


February


Quantity Value
______ $


112
50






4,100

331


15

1






107,493


.36,612

2,767



















35
555




3,301
4,946
5,270
1,028

8.826
10

7


1,767
206
74


6,991
10
149
8,120

87


791

1,344

141

4,664

2,719
1,880
1,284

12.581

1,691
3
1,194
11
23
6,164
294

218

505



2
4



2,157
2,068
631
2,626

1,161
1,750
848
1,151
1,417
1,136

2,462
234

50


70,608


Jan. to Feb.


Quantity














390
262






6,557

331


17

1
1



192

193,442


81,993

20,603



















49
655




4,570
12,272
12,862
1,458
183
8,826
10
270
7
4


Value
$













5,284
1,073
1,182

134
11,350
10
215
12,455

87


856

1,344
320
460
140
5,231
1,438
2,931
3,368
1,301

30,979

13,149
450
2,306
627
296
9,108
1,514

218

541



316
4
377


9,313
3,209
742
5,034

1,724
1,750
1,196
2,832
3,526
1,808
492
2,462
234
75
50
22

143,613


Qua


February. Jan. to Feb.


ntity Value Quantity Value
$ $

336 60 336 60

373 373



5 136 5 136




261 2, 490 261 2,490
20 196
113 114

85


1 221

131


12
5
3






42,733


22,881

999



















42
971




1,110
8,086
9,348
727

736
12
7,168


54
308
852
1,916


54


470
1.230
5,534

256
1,563
1,513

2,625
115
192

14,524

631
105
2,405
1,065
1,291
1,187
741

265

206



59



1,819
4,005
3,982
1,171
1,576

10,980
1,864
285
2,189
2,442
746

351
26
788


74,557


8,300

131


14
5
6
3



1,269

211,343


48,492

2,888



















80
1,271




1,913
14,659
13,636
823

736
25,654
7,682

6


104
308
852
13,133

54


515
1,230
14,399
6,957
2,328
2,367
5,612
6,741
3,746
2,282
235

26,608

2,266
105
2,986
1,328
1,372
5,615
791

265

322



125



1,819
11,294
5,785
1,529
4,264

13,914
2,289
467
3,916
3,598
845

351
296
1,549


49

158,095


1950.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1950 66

194 9 1950.

ARTICLES. February Jan. to Feb. February Jan. to Feb.


Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value- Quantity Value
___ $ $

TOTAL Brought Forward 70,6o8 143,613 74357 158,005
Paper Manufactures val. 684 1,183 208 711
Perfumery &c. ,, 3 183 i 170 380
Silk Manufacture
Soap: Common lbs. 4,300 851 1-2.36 2,761 15,0675 2,614 24,863. 4,18.
Fancy ,, 264 267 1,002 683 787 322 1,259 663
Spirits: Medicinal gals 35 34
Perfumed ,, 130 s8 29o
Stationery, (Go.vt.) val.i 8 10i 173 29(S
Other ,1,378 3,306 728 1,75
ITmhrellas i 1 333 I


Wool & Woollen
Manufactures

CLASS IV.
ANIMALS NOT FOR FOOD
Animals: Asses No.)
Dogs
Horses


2,140



20


CLASS V.
Parcels Post val. 5,441
Specie

TOTAL CLASSES
II, III, IV. & V. 81,450

GRAND TOTAL ... 109,342


4,105 968 1,672:


8
1 1 40


12,709 i 6,415 14,308


169,182 86,193 182,453

231,763 138,583 446,077

A. D. BOYD,--Ag. Financial Secretary.
8/3/30.








97 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1950.


Comparative Return of Domestic Produce Shipped.


ARTICLES.


Class I.
Cocoa, Raw lbs.
Coffee ,, lbs.
Fruits & Nuts: Fresh:
Avocado Pears T/crates
Bananas, bunches
Coconuts No.
Grapefruit C/crates
Lemons,
Limes, Green bris.
Mangoes C/crates
Oranges brls.
Do. C/crates
Others val.
Fruits & Nuts: Preserved:
Pickled Limes brls.
Do. Tamarinds ,,
Fruit Juices:
Lime Juice, Cone. gals.
Do. Cordial ,,
t Do. ,Raw
Honey lbs.
Spices: Ginger lbs.
Nutmegs
Vanilla
Spirits: Rum gals.
Tobacco & Snuff:
Manufactured :
Cigars lbs.
Cigarettes
Unmanufactured:
Black Leaf
Vegetables: Onions val.
Other
Class II.
Copra lbs.
Hides & Skins No.
Leather,Unmanufctd. Ibs.
Oils Essential:
In soln. in L. Juice lbs.
Turtle Shells
Wood & Timber:
Unmanufactured :
Firewood cords
Hardwood ft.
Class IlI.
Baskets No.
Bay Rum gals.
Canoes No.
Canoe Shells No.
Charcoal lbs.
Oils Essential:
Bay Oil Ibs.
Grapefruit Oil
Lime Oil, Distild ,,
Do. Ecuelled ,,
Orange Oil

TOTAL ... $


19


February


Quantity



382


486
597
9 100
658
87
4(;

13
493







48 522

150

6,433
421


280






35,242



848



18
800







9,392

2.854
354
96


FOB
Value
$

95


1,459
507
309
1,971
574
277

91
1,725
116






26,928

12

16,135
653


1 286




595

1,990







90
44

38





8,445

13,217
3,398
164

80.119


41


P.


Total to date.

Quantity FO B
Value
$

63,252 12,840
22 2

1,240 3.721
1,619 1,376
27,761 944
2,394 7,373
87 574
137 823
7 49
280 2,835
2,956 11,712
737 1


79,203

608
50
20,808
1,449


465
3





93,182



1,814



161
800







11,144


45,479

49
6
46,407
2,247


2,027
7



950

7,272







825
44

47





9,815


5,311 24.120
354 3,398
96 164

185,043


1950.


February Total to date.

Quantity F OB Quantity! F 0 l
Value Value
$ $

56,459 22,325 100,959 41,377


23 68 393 1,180
8.850 9,825 33,536 37,101
19,774 71-2 28,799 1,037
8,256 33,024 18,198 72.792


56
27
177
41


26



14,240
20,728
342


225
920


141






144,546



698



79
390







889

1.844


339
123
1,445
167
2

572



10,253
15,198
52
1

788
1.288


463




1,205

14,144







348
50

10





834

10,046

2,952

126,324


10
128
58
549
174


52



46,651
128,711
342


1.368
920


400






254,722
3


4,862



156
390







6,434

2,789

940


40
767
260,
4.47X
711
287


1.092



33,589
82,070
52
1

3,758
1,288


1,118




1,205

25,020
10
28





810
50

12





6,503

18.092

2,952

337,680


t Quantity and value of eil in solution deducted and given separately under "Oils."
A. D. BOYD,-Ag. Financial Secretary.
8 3 .50


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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.

Barometer
THERMOMETER. Corrected.
S Relative Thermometer. Reduced to 32 Fh. Rainfll for the Rainfall for the
Humidity. and Sea Level. Rainfall. Year 1950. Year 1949.
'y. Wet.
9a.m. 3p.m. Max'm. Min'm. 9 a m. 3p.m. Mths. Ins. Pts Mths. Ins. Pts.
3p m. 9a.m. 3p.m.


79 72 77 89 90 83 69 29.98 29 91 .42 I January 9.87 January 2. 06
78 73 7 89 72 3 69 29.97 29 88 .42 February 3. 59 February 6.44
79 71 73 70 72 79 70 29.89 29.85 .04 13 46 8. 0
71 84 -- -- 70 29.96 .01- -

79 71 75 84 80 85 68 29.98 29 0 | .04
82 71 77 79 7; 83 68 29.95 29.8~ .12
83 73 79 89 80 84 67 29.95 2987 .LO
83 74 76 94 67 84 8 29.96 29.&8 9
83 74 76 94 67 84 69 29 93 2985 CO
71 81 I- j9 29.95 .10

82 72 80 84 90 84 70 .9.8 29..0 20
81 72 80 84 95 83 68 29.?8 29.94 .(0
82 70 80 70 90 84 67 30.00 29 0 .N0
85 70 80 74 76 85 67 30.00 29 90 .0
85 73 80 67 77 85 67 29.97 29 90 .O
73 -- 72 67 30 05 -- .1 0
.0
.........(0
-- -- .10
82 72 75 89 67 84 67 30.01 29.95 .01
80 73 75 80 76 84 67 80.02 29 !5 .50
79 74 71 89 65 84 68 20 (:6 3000 .44
69 -- 76 -68 29.99 .10
-- -- .10

81 73 74 85 67 84 68 30.03 29 96 __(0

I 3.59


Feb. 1 Wed
,, 2 Thurs
,, 3 Fri.
S4 Sat.
,, 5 Sun.
,, 6 Mon.
,, 7 Tues.
,, 8 Wed.
,, 9 Thurs.
,, 10 Fri.
,, 11 Sat.
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