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FEBRUARY 12, 1951.
Administrator 's Office.
8th February, i951.
,His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint L. OLIVER GREEN,
Esquire, to be a Justice of the Feace in
and for the Colony of Dominica,
8th February, 1951.
His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint L. OLIVER GREEN.
Esquire, to be a Visiting Justice of the
Prison for the Colony of Dominica.
9th February, 1951,
GOOSE FLIGHT 14TH FEBRUARY
THERE will be a flight on the 14th Feb-
ruary from Dominica direct to St. Lucia
and St. Vincent.
Any intending passengers should con-
tact Messrs. H.H.V. Whitchurch.
WITH effect from Thursday 1st March
the Grumman Goose service will be oper-
ated in conjunction with B.W.I.A. flights
335 and 336.
Passengers for Dominica will board
B.W.I A flight 335 at the following times
Trinidad 8 00 a.m.
Grenada 9. 10 a.m.
Barbados 10. 15 a m.
Flight 335 arrives in St. Lucia at 11. 20
a.m The Goose having arrived earlier
from St. Vincent will be waiting in St.
Lucia to pick up passengers for Dominica.
and they will arrive in Dominica between
12.30 and 1 p.m.
The Goose will return to St. Lucia with
passengers from Dominica to connect with
the return flight of B.W.I.A which in the
meantime has gone on to Martinique.
B.W.I.A. have agreed to delay their flight
336 in St. Lucia to await the return of
the Goose. It is not yet certain how
long the Goose will take to fly to D)ominica
disembark and embark. passengers, and
return to St. Lucia and the following
times are therefore approximate: -
Leave Dominica 1.20 p.m.
Arrive St Lucia 2.20 p m.
B.W.I.A. Flight 336
Leave St. Lucia 2.30 p.m.
Arrive Barbados 3.20 p m.
,, Grenada 4.40 p.m.
Trinidad 5.50 p.m.
The Goose will return to St. Vincent
from St. Lucia, and passengers from
Dominica will be able to book direct to
The fare to St. Lucia by the Goose will
be $22.00 single,: $41.80 return, children
under 12 half fare. 44 lbs. of baggage
will e!alldwed: tach passengerr. Excess
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baggage for whidoa'acharge of 12 cents
when the capacity of the SetaF t*t'pV6'ftsa
Passengers wishing to take exeese baggage
should always enquire from the agent'
Messrs. H. H. V. Whitchurch whether
excess baggage will be allowed
B.W I.A. fares from St. Lucia are as
Public Works Department
o..,-P_, J:.B.6. Roseau.
23rd January, 1951.
BLASrING OF DANGEROUS CLIFFS.
NOTICE is hereby given that on Thursday
the 15th of February 1951. blasting is to
take place at the Canefield Cliffs. This
work will make it necessary to close the
road from Roseau to Rockaway and be-
yond. Every effort will be made to have
the work completed the same day but the
nature of the work precludes any guar-
antee to-this effect.
Telephone subscribers should note that
telephone communications will be discon-
tinued while blasting is in progress.
E. R. ROWBOTHAM.
Director of Works.
Printed at the BULtLTIN OFFICI, Roseau, by.G. A, JAMES -By Authority
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