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VOL. LXXIII


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Gazette.


Sub lii tj eb b fp luthorit '.

ROSEAU, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1950. No. 21


Government Notices.
ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE.
17th MAY. 1950.
AIR SERVICE TO BARBADOS
Service. As from Tuesday the 23rd
May there will be a weekly air ser-
vice to Barbados by British Guiana
Airways Grumman Goose.. The Goose
will leave Barbados on Tuesday morn-
ings and return to Barbados the same
day. The service has been approved
for a period of nine weeks in the first
instance It may be possible for the
Goose to use Goodwill Bay, but the first
flight will be from Portsmouth. The
expected time of arrival of the Goose
at Portsmouth is 11.40 a.m. The
launch will leave Roseau at 30 a.m.
Fares. The single fare to Barbados
will be $35.00. The return fare will
be $66 50. Children under 12 half
fares. Passengers may book through
to St. Vincent. The fare to St. Vin-
cent will be $65.00. Passengers for
other islands will be able to go on by
British West Indian Airways schedul-
ed flights from Barbados.
Baggage. Each passenger will be
allowed 45t1s. of baggage free. No
excess over this weight will be allow-
ed if the Goose is fully booked. But if
some seats are empty passengers will
be notified on Mondays of the extra
weight of baggage they may carry.
Since the overall weight of passengers,
luggage and mails is limited to 1100ftb..
it is most important that passengers do


not arrive, unless specially notified,
with baggage weighing more than 45
lbs. If they do they may have to leave
some behind. When excess baggage
is allowed it will be charged for at
the rate of 16 cents a lb for every
ft. over 45tbs.
Bookings. All bookings will be
made a he Treasury. In order to
make sure of return seats passengers
returning to Dominica are advised to
book return flights. If for any rea-
son a. booking has to be cancelled
passengers a'e requested to notify
She Treasury, or in Barbados, British
West Indian Airways, as early as
possible.
Admin it ritlor',. 01'ir(e
2lth May, 150.
CRASH LAUNCH H.
This launch was bought from ihe funrlk
allotted to Dominica for airfield develop.
ment Its purpose is to stand by at land.
ings and take-off of aircraft, in case of
accident, and to be available fur r ,cue
work at sea if necessary.
It was originally intended that if the-
regular air service operated from Ports-
mouth passengers would be taken there
in the old Government launch. This
launch has been lost, and as an interim
measure, passengers are being taken to
and from Portsmouth in the crash launch.
The accommodation is limited, and it is
regretted that it will not be i, -i.i to
give members of the public passages to
and from Portsmouth. Only Heads of
Government Departments on urgent duty
and members of Legislative Council will
be given passages in addition to passengers
ti'i -iln l by the air service.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1950.


Admi'ni:strafor'8 0 iree,
2fith May, 1950.
SELECTION OF DELEGATES TO THE
WESI INDIAN CONFERENCE..'
In consultation with the Governors of
the British West Indian Colonies, it' has
been decided to modify the method of
selection of delegates to the West Indian
Conference.
The Caribbean Commission Agreement
lays it down that delegates to the Confer.
ence shall be appointed in accordance with
its constitutional procedure Hitherto
the arrangement has been that, of the
two delegates from each of the British
Colonies concerned, one is an unofficial
chosen by the local Legislature and the
other an unofficial nominated by the
Governor.
It has now been agreed that the selec-
tion of delegates should be made by the
local Legislatures. In the case of the
Windward Islands, the LOgislative Coun-
cils of Grenada, St Vincent, St. Lucia
and Dominica will be invited to select two
persons each; and from the names sub-
mitted, the Governor will make the final
-election of two delegates to represent the
Windward Islands.
709/50
Administrator's Office,
26th May, 1950
THE following particulars relating to
appointments, etc,, in the .public service,
are published for general information:-
DANE Miss D. M., Sister in-charge Roseau
Hospital, Overseas leave from 16th
May to 1st September, 1950 inclusive
650/50
ELWIN, Miss OPHELIA, 3rd Class Clerk,
Crown Law Office, Overseas leave
from 26th May to 9th August, 1950
inclusive,
652/50


WINSTON. VINCENT A. A., 3rd Class Clerk,
Audit Department. vacation leave
from 251h May to 28th June, 1950
inclusive.
E.637
IIy Order,
J N MclN''YLRE.
Goverun lt int Secrear y.

Ad milistrntoi's Office,
30Lh May, 1950.
TuE following Statutory Rules and
Orders is circulated with and forms part
of this Gazette:-
No 9 of 1950. The Shop lHours (Amend-
ment) Order, i950.
-854/4.,
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,
DOMI-NICA,
19th May, 1950.
CAOIBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS, 1950
CLOSING OF ENTRII --JUE 10J 7 l/.
EXAMINATION FEES.

School Certifleate.Ex4Mnination.
Full Certificate $10.80
Supp. Certificate $ 6.00
Local Fee $ 1.20
Junior Certificate Examination.
Full Certificate $ 7.80
Supp Certificate $ 4.80
Local Fee $ 1.00
Entry forms may be obtained from
the Education Office and entries should
be forwarded together with fees to
this office not later than the 10th of
June, next.
(Sgd.) J, HAMILTON MAURICE,
Education Ojffier.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1950.' 108


DOMINICA.

Comparative Return of Principal Domestic Imports.


1949


1950


ARTICLES.


CLASS 1.

Food, Drink & Tobacco. I

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--Pre:ared ,,
Coffee Prepared
Confectionery ,
Fish :
Canned Ibs
Dried & Salted
Pickled Herrings ,,
Fruits: Dried
Grain, Flour Pulse &
Preparations thereof:
Rice lbs.
Flour Bags of ;8 lbs
Cornmeal ,,
Beans & Peas Ibs,
Macaroni & Vermicelli ,,
Jams, Jellies & Preserved
Fruits:
Jams & Jellies lbs.
Canned & Bottled
Lard & Substitutes lbs.
Meats: Beef
Pork
Canned
Smoked
Milk, Condensed Ils.
Oils Edible gals.
Pickles, Condiments &
Sauces val.
Salt: Coarse bris.
Fine lbs.
Spirits & Bitters :
Hitters gals.
Spirits:
Brandy gals.
Cordials & Liqueurs ,,
Gin ,,
Whisky
Sugar: Refined lbs.
Unrefined
Tea lbs.
Tobacco & Snuff:
Manuf.: Cigarettes Ibs.
Cigars
Other
Unmanufactured
Vegetables:
Canned lbs.
Onions & Gar lic lbs
Potatoes lbs
Vinegar val.
Wines:
Claret gals.
Medicated
Sparkling
Still
Vermouth

TOTAL CLASS I.


April Jar, to April


Quantity Value Quantity Value
S$ $


April Jan. to April


SQuantity Value Quantity V:lue
$ I


180I


935


1,320
"50

3,610
2.1
992


590
179

1,442
25
510


1,640

3,.:33

5,000


15
457
1,5593




3,165
5,100
3,000
9,750
2,082












91




50


4,552

133
848
960


1 1
10

38
6


93
98
298




1,263
1,186
522
4,467
1,200

3,719

338
129


13

35
32
918
753

17,514
49

1,481

103
2,4069

27
74
189
55

26


100
32.


44,759


2,(05,

1,77:3
5,2166
:1,3 4


-4
1. :92
fcO
2,736(

9,401
75')

IOU




147
11,454
4,513




13,233
8,800
3,100
13,564
4,441

8,056


854-


5

7S
8
497
194

859.705
1,458

2,286

75
4 552

16(1
22,508
29,989


5,451

318
2,152
b79

9,450
35
63]1
108 ;j
1.407
IUS



It
4 25 )
123



6 '
033
2,155
855




5 241
2,097
554
C315
3,076

17,044


1,747


50


5 19
84
2.795



1 ,396

4.313

150
2,169

90
2,295
1,649
55


517
Il
171

I .9.33
-160

.148,570


218


707
557




91;
1,371



7,000





145
6,221
00



72
3,123

8,000
1,440
420
2,117 7
22.912


1.
:I,


47d 3,7'9

1 2o) 7,1 :16
,18 1 ,07t
.: 1. 2 707
2 *9 1 1.612
507 17,301(
208 13.1(;0
( n


98)ti


1,017





1,158
1,277
143



26
1,047

1,853
654
389
58. 5
6,50:3


42(i 947


8 87.


I1 ;


19!)


:32 171
93 o801

3306,T525 9,912
320 391

3101 798

25 60



10,830 1,37 I
19,100 1,231

4 1 1013
I 83

3' 270
2i 167 i
36,83 (

------ i
:36,0~:1


5 63;


437,2.18
28,5410
2;12


546,930
11,822
202
21,809
2,045



01.3
9,3s4
2.000(
22,200)
8,o2o
2,0f;5
20,52i;
10,787


1,532






677
210 ;


1140,722
79i;
7 9,3


2,2163

)94
30

l9o
19,233
37,622


119
13

632
75


5;2
S(;74

6,.:3:


.J4
3,1 '2



4,104
S18


'3:1,451
11 00,280
1 (082
-1(,304
470



217

701

:3 87"
i.co l'





3.3(i7
1,

99



1,49











2,401
9110



213


720
2,493

457

7351
2,



135,2.!3









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1950.'

1919. 1950.


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, Uarts &
Waggons:
Bicycles No.
Motor Cycles No
Motor Cars No
Motor Lorries
Motor Parts (Car)val.
Other & Parts
Tyres & Tubes
Cement per 400 lbs
Chemicals& Insecticides v.
Cinematograph Films ft
Cordage & Twine val.
Cotton Manufactures:
SPiece 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 i
India Rubber & Gutta
Percha Manufactures ,,i
Lamps, Lanterns &
Accessories val.
Leather Manufactures ,,
Linen ditto
Machinery :
Agricultural
Other
Manures tons
Matches grossly
Medicines & Drugs val.
Metal Manufactures:
Iron & Steel val..
Other
Oils: Fuel & Gas gals.
Gasoline
Kerosene
Lubricating
Paint
Other
Packages, M.T. No.
Paints, Colours &c. Ibs
Turpentine gals.j
Varnish

Carried Forward


April


quantity


1.,232



-14017






50
-- I


2,651

125


3
5
.1
2




128

133,243


24,412

4,265


27
500




406
7,497
5,225
C48
600
16
150
6,834

80


Jan. to April April


Value Quantity Value Quantity Value
$ $ $

213 1,257 218
100 110
.20

10,534 44,017 10,534 4
S9,18 4,450


5440

53


1,2 8
204
122


4,416

54


100
3.192
3,506
:3,574
707
83
2,242
948
2541
2,241
S280

10.612

3,378

2,161

45
3,80(
354





-4


586 7,5.19
312 1,:356
1,190


15,309
270
17)94


20
5
8
4



321 |

461,098


153,040

31,003


831
1,520 194
564 1,165
1,608

1,5 3
2:37
97 5,408
1,664 28,182
1,269 25,129
1,125 2,348
1,587 783
144 8,875
733 258
2,525 11.626
17
2.99 318

30., /I


340
16,156
5:3
868
26,336;
S0b
685


957
3,192
13,417
5,026
1.207
223
9,477
2,386
3,591
7.701
2.903

58,612

21,153
463
5,269
1,152
1,137
14.571
2,389

584

655

4

4(il
461
4
377

2,307
17,087
12,705
1,307
8,690

4,537
1,987
1,390
6,550
(,456
3,21 1
2,079
2,871
4,838
3,877
70
1,083

973,384


1B2







6,841




3
2
2



3


22,330


:5,,70

3,326


2,209

i4 f

40
5,478
I I ) I







1, 14


448
1,5o40

37
2-16
32-3


12,85 3

3,14 (

3,(i08
1,07
117
2,700
030

I
116



13

1,168


Jan. to April


Quantity Valu
$

342




1 3:399 4,2


e


61

26


14


40 1,021




640 7 ,765
120 0N4
1,491


15,500

2,225


17
8
17
9



2,223

399,896


136,63 1

7,638


211
11,350
1,628
917
25,653

862


72.7
2.853
32,940
1-),75')
4. 450
4 50 i
10,593
13,415
5,462
5,357
235

66,007

6.107
105
8,753
5,320
i 1,536
i3,3fi0
2,i52

410

5G3

47

1 330
15


I I 1,819
27,627 53.752
57 4,645 217 16,721
370 442 1,943 2,333
2,927 .5684

2,118 30,099
10,480
15,429 1,739 22,213 3,864
8,959 2,509 33,392 9,210
8,805 2,568 28,940 8,227
292 420 2,354 2,734
92 307
27,100 7,584 27,866 5,119
25,654 296
3,137 1,644 14,531 4,309
10 29
11 _64 17 113


1/ 234


51


]


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY MAY 20, 1950.


ARTICLES.


Quant


TOTAL Brought Forwardl

Paper Manufactures val.


Perfumery &c.
Silk Manufacture
Soap: Common
Fancy
Spirits: Medicinal
Perfumed
Stationery, (Govt.)
Other
Umbrellas
Wool & Woollen
Manufactures

CLASS IV.
ANIMALS NOT FOR F
Animals: Asses
Dogs
Horses

CLASS V.
Parcels Post
Specie


,,

Ibs.



val.
1 ,*
,, >


11,9
1 1^1)
1 ,;;


1949

April Jan. to


ity Value Quantity








78
38 1
I00 "),37 I 1 3( 339


1,57(i
1,222

1,002


30D
No.'




val.:


TOTAL CLASSES
II, III, IV. & V.


90D,8:


GRAND TOTAL ... 135,342


April


Value


)73,3 1|

5,:. I
9018

2,'1i08
I13

1 850


1,,331
*7, 3. |


April


Qun.tity







J7,2i08
,0)93


1950.

il Jan. to Aniil


V; lu Quantity: Val :e
C', *' c.


)7.23,

3,727


3,0.1 7
840


25
850
830 I
171


1,375


37,76i5


3 I

2. -11I
.3*I8I


. ; '7


3 30 1 ] 2
I 13 0




--- --- i '------;----- i ------_
28,179 i ,181 3, 04



372,105 i o29,O3i i -1-4,779

520,685 165,718 )0,J32

A. D. BOYD,-Aq. Financial S'cretary.
8 :)'0,


TREASURY & CUSTOMS,
DOMINICA.
17th May, 1950.
NOTICE.

THERE will be sold by public auction at the Customs House, Roseau, at 2.30 P.M.
on Thursday, the 15th day of June, 1950, the following unclaimed goods:-
Treasurer Chronicle". 1 Pel. Electros
E. A. L. G. 2 Cases Sperm Candles
C. C. E. 1 Ctn. Advertising Matter
J. R. H. B, 1 Case Cigarettes
R. D. 1 Bale M.T. Bags
E. N. & Co. 1 Bale Cotton Piece Goods
J. R. H. Bridgewater 1 Pcl. Motor Car Parts
Bridgewater 1 Case Medicine
H. H. V. Whitchurch 3 Ctns. Macaroni
U2 B C(120) 1 Ctn. Glassware
(C N TTU.(2053) 1 Case Glass Valves


|f539]
T. D. S.
Unique
H. H. V. W.
J. B.
C. C.
PPT


2 Loose C.I, Dutch Stoves
1 Ctn. 14.M..T. Beer Bottles
1 Ctn. Glassware
2 Ctns. Oats
3 Cases Merchandise
.1 Chest Labels


E. A. L. G. 60 Cases Wire Nails
j J. R. H. B. 2 Cases Cigarettes
Dominica Trade ard Reveuue Consolidation Ord. No. 5 of 1949 Section 27 (4).
A. D. BOYD,
Acting Financial Secretary.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 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 brls.
Mangoes C/crates
Oranges brls.
Do. C/crates
Others val.
lFruits & Nuts: Preserved:
Pickled Limes brls.
Do. Tamarinds,
Fruit Juices:
Lime Juice, Cone. gals.
Do. Cordial
i Do. Raw
Iloney 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,Unmanufetd. lbs.
Oils Essential:
In soln. in L. Juice lbs.
Turtle Shells
Wood & Timber:
Unmanufactured :
Firewood cords
Hardwood ft.
Class III.
Baskets No.
Bay Rum gals.
Canoes No.
Sanoe Shells No.
Charcoal lbs.
Oils Essential:
Bay Oil lbs.
Grapefruit Oil
Lime Oil, Distilled
Do. Ecuelled ,
Orange Oil

TOTAL ... $


19d


April

Quantity FOB
Value
$

302 7:3
33 8

38 114
4,089 3,966


13 650
2,800

205
862
10


16



31,637

275

127
657


67






106,846
266


464
8,401

1238
6,009
90

20


100)



17,886

21

87
816


272




1,753

9,053:
16


421



55
994


8,465

1,001

490


7,346

4,759



64,237


19. 1950.


Total to date. April Total to date.

Quantity F 0 B Quantity F. B Quantity F 0Oi
Value i Value Value
$

97,709 18,060 202 81 15.,584 61,037
s5 11 1

1,278 3,835 9 27 437 1,312
7.451 6,824 18,074 22,726 53,059 61,151
69,096 2,349 43,35 -SO0 60.231 2,168
10,337 31,227 1,349 5,390 20,220 80.820
99 653 11 44
419 2,509 254 1,818 487 3 $17
1,009 7,032 215 725 413 1.565
303 2,143 54. 4.597
2,956 11,712 181 738
796 317

52 1.092
10 100 ll 6 80 1,2;0


119,119

1,008
50
25,549
3,500


730






344,172
266


2,236


26 5
1 7f i


68 209

'70


6
56,335
5,162


3,183
7



4,343

93f0 o


16


2,073


2 869
30,737


161




57






34,030



1,451


118


i, i 35 255

80



175 5

19,659 17,206 646

6,502 29,858 1,225
354 3,398
585 1036

307,832


2,0036
23,375


3,339






396
68


63,8753
180,623
357
13
161
1,695
920


657






503,824
3


6,734



343
1,206


45,990
116,098

51
5.5
4.903
1,288


2,20 t

48,944.
10
28




1,.157
128


41 82




673 10,035 10,395

7,070 5,479 34,610

940 2,952

72,203 1493,H4


t Quantity and value of oil in solution deducted arid given separately under Oils."

A. D. BOYD,-Ag. Financial Secretary.
9 5..50

DOMINICA.
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICS, Roseau, by G. A. JAMES -By Authority


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DOMINICA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1950, No. 9

SHOP HOURS.

ORDER MADE BY THE GOVERNOR-IN-COUNCIL UNDER AUTHORITY
OF SECTION 3 OF THE SHOP HOURS ORDINANCE, 1937, (NO. 18
OF 1937).
(Gazetted 30th May, 1950.]
1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Shop Hours
(Amendment) Order, 1950, and shall be read as one with the Shop
Hours Order, 1937, as amended (hereinafter referred to as- the
principal Order).
2. Amendment, In order 2 of the principal Order the
following amendments shall have effect-
(a) the deletion of the words "and Saturdays" in the
second line of sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a);
and
(b) the deletion therein of sub-paragraph (iii) of para-
graph (a).
Made by the Governor in Council this 25th day of January,
1950.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk 9f Council.
Laid before the Legislative Council this 25th day of May, 1950.
D. K. BURTON,
Clerk of Council,
854/44.










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