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Dominica.


Official


Gazette.


VubiIiebeb bp .utbori v.


ROSEAU, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1952.


Government Notices.


No. 149
BANANA LEAF SPOT CuNTROL
BOARD
The following persons have been
appointed members of the Ban ina Leaf
Spot Control Board established under
Section 4 of the Banana (Leaf Spot Con-
trol) Ordinance, 1951, (No 13 of 1951),
for a period of one year from the 27th of
June, 1951:-
The Agricultural Stiperinteiident (Cliairna n)
A. D. Boyd, Esquire.
F. Laville. Esquire.
O. Flynn, Esquire
B. J. Cools-Lartigue, Esquire
Lt. Col. C.C Strong.
Hon. H. D. Shillingford, C.B.E
1220/50
26th June, 1952.

No. 150
ARRIVAL OF NEWLY APPOINTED
ADMINISTRATOR OF. DOMINICA.
WITH reference to Gazette Notice of
the 21st May, itis notified, for general
information, that His Honour HENRY
LAURENCE LINDO, Administrator of
Dominica, is expected to arrive on
Monday the 14th July by the S/S Colomnbie.
Arrangements have been made for His
Honour to take the prescribed oaths on
Tuesday the 15th July at 10 00 a m.
2. Members of the Executive and
Legislative Councils, Heads of Depart.
ments, and their Officials, Heads of Reli-
gious Denominations, Consular Officers,
Members of Roseau Town Council, Mana-
gers of the Banks, Members of all Public



D6 71


Bodies, and the general public are invited
to boepresent in the Council Chamber at-
the Court House when His Honour is
sworn in on Tuesday the 15th July at
10.00a.m.
By Command,
VICTOR C. JOSSE,
Gorvenient Secrtta'y.
2nd July, 1952.
C 56,52
No. 151
THE Mirnutes of a Meeting of the Fin.
ance Committee held on Friday 25th April,
1952, is published with this issue of the
Offici'il Gazette for general information.
336/47
2nd July. 1952.
No. 152
APFOIN rfENT OF TEMPORARY
MEMBER TO THE LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL
Under the provisions of the Dominica
(Legislative council) Order-in-Council
1951, His Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to appoint Miss MARY EUGENIA
CHARLES to be a temporary Member
of. the Legisl~ivoe Council of Dominic i
during the absence from the Colony of
Mrs ELMA NAPIER, with effect from the
30th June, 195?.
2nd July; 1952.
No. 153
ASSENT TO ORDINANCES
-ThE undermentioned Ordinance which
ihas been assented to by His Excellency the
Governor is published with and forms
part of this issue of the Gazette: -


f1" 199


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VOL. LXXV


No. 35









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY JULY 7, 1952


No 34 of 1951. An Ordinance further to
amend the Stamp Act.
Ref. 986/47
2nd July, 1952.

No. 154
VACANCY FOR CROWN COUNSEL
BRIISH HONDURAS
Applications are invited for the post of
Crown Counsel, British Honduras.
The post is pensionable and carries a
salary in the scale of $3,120 x 120-3,600
x 150-3,900 E.B. $4,050 x 150-4,200.
The point of entry to the scale will de-
pend on the qualifications and experience
of the successful candidate.
When travelling on duty a subsistence
allowance of $3.00 for the first six days
and $2 00 a day after the first six days, is
paid.
The appointment will be on probation
for two years in the first instance. If the
officer is confirmed in the appointment,
he will be eligible for admission to the
permanent and pensionable establishment.
In other respects the appointment will be
subject to Colonial Regulations and
local General Orders. Free passages will
be provided on first appointment and on
termination of appointment for the officer
and family not exceeding four persons
in all. Leave with full salary is granted
at the rate of 5 days for each month
of resident service, with maximum
of 180 days. The length of tour is 2-3
years. Free passages on leave are pro-
vided for the officer and his wife, subject
to the provision of funds annually by the
Legislative Council.
Candidates should be a Barrister at
Law with at least four years practical
experience.
The successful candidate will be requir-
ed to pass a medical examination. He
will be subject to taxation in accordance
with local legislation.
Applications should be addressed to the
Colonial Secretary, British Honduras, to
reach him as soon as possible and in any
event not later than the 30th July, 1952.
4th July, 1952
193/50

No. 155
GENERAL ORDER NO. 346 (AMEND-
MENT SLIP 48) FEES FOR SPECIAL
DUTY FOR POLICE.
IT is notified for general information
that the provisions of the following Wind-
ward Islands General Order No. 346 (as
amended by Amendment slip 48) will be
introduced and brought into force in
Dominica forthwith:-
"Fees for Special Duty for Police at
dances, race meeting, games, etc, or
on a ship at the request of the captain


or agent, will be paid to the Constable
performing such duty and shall be at the
rate of 48cts for the first hour and 24cts
for eac. succeeding hour or part there-
of in cases where the entertainment
takes place between the hours of 6 a m-
and 6 p.m. If the entertainment should
take place between the hours of 6 p m.
and 6 a.m. the fees will be 72 cts for
the first hour and 48cts for each suc-
ceeding hour or part thereof."
Applications for the services of the
Police for Special duties should be
addressed to the Superintendent of l'olice
at Police Headquarters, Roseau. to whom
the prescribed fees should be paid.
5th July, 1952
347/52
No. 156
APPOINTMENTS ETC.

BoYD, DoCIOR P.R.W., Medical Officer.
Marigot District, vacation leave from
30th June to 14th July, 1952, inclusive.
E 748
BROWNE, Mrs. RUTH J., G.S.O. Class IV.
Nurse Roseau Hospital, vacation
leave from 1st to 24th July. 1952
inclusive.
E. 450
CONNR, Miss VEDA G.SO Class IV,
Nurse Roseau Hospital, vacation
leave from 21st June to 15th July,
1952 inclusive
E. 424
ELWIN, JOSEPH E. P., Chief Sanitary
Inspector, Medical Department, vaca-
tion leave from 25th June to 10th
July, 1952 inclusive
E. 76
FRAMPTON, Miss ALEX, G S O. C"lss IV,
Nurse Reseau Hospital, vacation
leave fiom 25th June to 10th July,
1952 inclusive.
E. 721
HARRIS, AUSTIN. G.S.O. Class II, Boat-
man, Treasury and Customs Depart-
ment, vacation leave from 28th June
to 14th July, 1952 inclusive.
E. 630
MELLOW, PETER J., Forest Ranger,
Forestry Department, vacation leave
from 23rd June to 18th July, 1952
inclusive.
E. 685
PELTIER. SCHELFUT, Sanitary Inspector,
Medical Department, vacation leave
from 1st to 16th July 1952 inclusive.
E. 617
ROBERTS, WELLINGTON, Sanitary Inspec-
tor, Medical Department vacation
leave from 1st to 24th July, 1952
inclusive.
E. 613
By Command,
VICTOR C. JOSSE,
Government Secretary









OFFICIAL GAZE

Departmental and other
Notices.

AGRICULTURAL LOANS BOARD

THE general public is hereby notified
that an Interim Agricultural Loans Board
has been appointed to administer agrcul-
tural loans financed from public funds
with the primary object of rehabilitating
and or extending the cultivation or ban-
anas.
Forms of Applications for loans may be
obtained from the Secretary Agricultural
Lonns Board, Banana Assoc;ation Office,
Roseau or from District Police Stations
and Agricultural Centres
For further particulars application
should be made to the Secretary Atricul-
tural Loans Board, Banana Association
Office, Roseau or any District Agricultural
Officer.
J BUI LY,
Chai.rm.an Aqricultual Loans Board.
POST OFI'I'E NOTriC'E
INLAND MAl S--'OASI'AL SERVICE
IT is notified for general info-mation
that the Mail Launch A ill leave Portsmouth
for Roseau at 7 a m. on Fridays instead of
Thursday at 1 p in. during the period 10th
July to 16th October, 1952.
A 1) BOYD.
C lj ,,ral I'ostnmuster,
(General Post Office,
Doninica.
2"th June, 1952.

NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
Dominica
19th June, 1952.
LIPTON LIMIrFD. of 179 to 189. City
Road. I ondoo, E C England. ivierchants,
have applied for the registration, of one
trade mark consisting of the following
words and device: -


LIPTOir n




in Class XLII, that is to say, substances
used as food or as ingredients in food-tea
The applicants claim that they are law.
fully entitled to the use of the said trade
mark.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance
of this advertisement in the Dominica
Official Gazette give notice, in duplicate.
at the Trade Marks Office, Dominica of
opposition to the registration of the said
Trade Mark.
A. B. MARIE
Ag. Registrar of 7rade Marks
Agent:-G. A. James, Esq.,
Chambers, Roseau.


AY, JULY 7, 1952


T'TE, MONDI


NOTICE
Trade Marks Office,
DOMINICA.
13th June, 1952
PE'PODENT LIMITED. of St. Brid-
get' House, Bridewell P1alace, London,
E.C.4. England, have applied for tl e
registration of one trade mra'k consisting
of the following word: -

MENTASOL
in Class 48, that is to say, perfumery
(including toilet articles, preparations
for the teeth and hair and perfumed snap).
The' applicants claim that they are law-
fully entitled to the use of the said trade
mark, but have notyet used the said trade
mark
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
thisadvertisement in the Dominica Official
Garette give notice, in duplicate, at tire
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of oppoi-
tion to the registration of the saiti Trade
Mark
A. I. MARIE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade M',ks
IOMINICA.
Agent: W. F. Harrison,
Rseata Dominica.



.NOTICE
Trade M a ks Office.
D3MINICA.
llth June, 1252
CHESEIROUGH MANUI'ACrUiIN3
COMPANY CONSOLIDATED, of 17
State Street, City, County, and Staie of
New York United States of America
have applied for the registration of one
trade mark consisting following wor:-






in Class 48, that is to say. perfumed
petroleum jelly, camphor ice, hair tonic,
hair dressing, pomade, preparations fo,
the hair, shampoo, lipstick and lip pomad
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said class of goods for more than
70 years before the 6th day of May, 1952.
Any person may within three montris
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Official
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Otice. Dominica, of opposi-
tion of the said Trade Mark.
A. B. MARIE
Ag. Registrar of 7rade illarks,
Agen: W F. Harrison,
Roseau Dominica.


;201t











202 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1952.

COLONY OF DOMINICA.
0--
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES., ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats. for the
week ending the ilst day of June, 1952.

Nature of Request whether for Certificate
Date of Request Person Presenting. of Title or Noting thereon, or Caveat.


Request dated Elias Nassief Re quest for the issue of a New Certificate
21st Juue, 1952. by his Solicitor of Titlt (with plan attached) in respect of
Presented Clifton A. H. Dupigny that piece or parcel of land known as
21st June, 1952. Geneva and Nelson's Rest Estates situate
at 12 30 p.m. in the Parish of St. Patrick in the Colony
of Dominica, containing 1-21 .23 acres and bounded as follows:-On the North by laud of
Freeman Morson, Son Lafleur, Edmond Lavinier, Dupiguy Dosobeye, Stella Jean Julles,
Cina Raphael,. Edney Henderson, Coolie Homo, George Pinard, Charles Desobeye, Davis
Baron, H. St Hilaire. William Joseph, J P. Henderson, Johnny Fcvrier, A.C. Shillin.ford:
East by land of Hamilton Daniel and others (Book L fol 35), Hylton Defoe and others (Book
K folio 114), Margaritta Leger, The Sea, The Roman Catholic Church, The Dominica Church
Council 1 Book L fol 6) ; West by land of R. S. Bellot, Crown land, John Baptiste Jarvis,
A!cendor Alexander Joseph, George Brown, Octave Henderson, ioyd Cisimir, Eliontine
Thomas. Leslie Warrington, Emrod Athanaze, Luke St. Luce, John i.aptiste Jarvis, Lucy
Thomas, Howard St. Luce, George Andrew, P. E John Lewis Camilia John Lewis, Crown
land, N. C. 1. D. Cookman and Liberty Estate: South by Berricoa Ravine separating it from
land of Berricoa Village, namely from land of J.P. HendersDn, Pemberton Henders:n, Beni,
John Rose, Rayland St. Luce, Simon Cuffy, Donald Fregist, Reachal Bellot, Letham Casimir,
Charles Warrington, Belthanie Marryfield, Diety Pierre, Clarita Cnarles, Charles Dangleben.
Wolly Denis, Angeline John Lewis, Julia Bedminister. Ray Fountain, Agatha Ale anderl
Adoptin Mark A. Laurent and by land of Emrod Leatham, Marie St Thomnas, J.,seph Pierre,
Letham Casimir, Wally Elize, Heirs of Charles Eugene, and Heirs of Thomas Lobla ck
Registrar's Office, A. B. MARIE.
Roseau, Ag. Regzstrar of Titles.
23rd June, 1952.
NOTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the
above application may enter a Caveat in the above Office within fjur weeks from the date
of the first appearance of the above Schedule in the Official Gazette and the Dominica
Chronicle newspaper published in this Island.


COLONY OF DOMINICA.

TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings therein, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 28th day of June, 1952.

Date of Request. Person Presenting. Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
of Title or Noting thereon, or Caveat.

Request dated L, Rose and Company Request for the issue of a New Certifi-
25th June, 1952. Limited cate of Title (with plan attached) in re-
Presented by their Solicitor spect of the Soufriere Estate situate in
25th June, 1952, Clifton A. H Dupigny the Parish of St Mark, in the Colony of
at 3 30 p m. Dominica, containing 477 acres, I rood and
9 perches and bounded as follows:-Northerly by Bete Rouge Estate, Tho lands of The Heirs
of Percy Olivacce, The Heirs of Joseph Bernard Lewis, Church property and Dwelling Site;
Easterly by a cliff, lands of The Heirs of Adnet Tavernier, Joseph Augustine, The Heirs of
Thomas Morris, Madam Toussaint, Bois Cotelette Estate, Church property, land of Heirs of
Percy Olivacce, Dwelling Site. Arthur plemberton, Leontine J. Nicholas, Wilson Joseph, Olga
Gachette; Westerly by the Three Chains, land of Victor Etienne, Arthur Pemberton, Leon-
tine J. Nicholas, Wilson Joseph,.Olga Gachette, Dwelling Site; Southerly by lands of O'Hrien
John Lewis, Olga Gachette, Nicholas Nicholls, Elesine Felix, Wingfield Estase, Bois Cotelette
Estate and Morne Patate Estate.
Registrar's Office, A. MARIE-
26th June, 19. Ag. Registrar of Titles.
NoTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the above
application may enter a Caveat in the above office within four weeks from the date of the fire
appearance of the above Schedule in the Oficial Gazette and the Dominica Chronicle
newspaper published in this Island.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1952. 203

TREASURY & CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT,
DOMINICA.
23rd June, 1952.
NOTICE

THERE will be sold by Public Auction at the Customs House, Roseau, at 2 30
p m. on Thursday, the 24th July, 1952, the following unclaimed goods as follows:
Dominica Trade & Revenue Act 1919 Section 27 (4)


Date


May 16








W-ay 13


Package


Marks & Nos.


E. Co.
NASSIEF
HC
B TCHER
E.N.
E E. G & Co.

H. W. L.
J. G.
.1. A.
J G. &Co. 328
A A. Haron & Co.
E Meade
t'.;.P.
CGP.

C G P.

V.I..D.
G.P.
F.A
.J ..PR. &Co 20887
J.R H.B./125
li.J W
J.R.H. B. & Co.
J R.H.
J. (.H
V,L D
1..R.H.R. 1/12
J R.H.B &Co.


H.C. 5
P 15829143
A,I(. & ':~. 2162
A K, & Co 2162
A K & Co. 494
..G. &Co 7149
Barclays Bank
,Ias Garraway & Co.
J 1,. 29
J.L B & Co.
J.1,.B.
Iridgewater
Phillip
J.L.I. & Co.
J.R,H.B & C'o.
J.R.H B &Co.
H.-- 1730
H.C 6.
1534 (in a diamond)


J BULLY,
Financial Secretary.


By Whonim ouded



Financial Secy.



,, ,
ec,

9. 9,
..


11 9,


1 case Umbrellas

4 Cases Confectionery
5 Ctns. Holloware
2 Cases Hardware
1 (rate
2 Cases Crown Corks
24 Ctns Sardines
50 Ctns Skimmed Milk
1 Hale Cotton Piece Goods
5 Ctns: Cigarettes
I Box Personal Effects
32 Loose lyres
3 Bales M: tor Cycle
Tyres and Tubes
6 Rdles. Motor Covers
& Tubes
12 Cases C(igarettes
10 Ctns. Gin

1 Crate Galvanised Bssins
25 Ctrs Canned Fish
19 (as,-s Dried Fruit
25 Cases Butter
A Cases
8 Ctns.
25 Ctns Sardines
12 Bales Stationery
2 Crates Mowers
1 bundle
3 Ctns Ic6 cream Freezers
1 Chest Confectionery
5 Cases Glassware
1 Case Wire nails
4 Cases ,,
7 Cases ..
1 (tn. Cotton P. Goods

1 Ctn Girdles
I Case Footwear
2 Crates Enamelware
1 Crate Frying Pans
2 Cases Writing Ink
I Cass
2 (rates Enamelware
4 C/s. Biscuits

1 Crate Dunlopilo
1 Chest Sugar Confectionery
1 Rdl. Galvanised Baths


April


April 3
April 1



bMarch' 29
28




26

25





24

1950
Nov. 27








METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANIC GARDENS, DOMINICA.


Date
1952.


THERMOME'TER.


Day.


May 1 Thurs.
2 F i.
3 Sat.
4 Sun.
5 Mon.
S6 T'ues
7 Wed.
,8 Thurs.
9 Fri.
,10 Sat.
11 Smun.
,, 12 Mon.
131 Tues.
S14 Wed.
S15 Thurs.
16 Fri.
,17 Sat.
,,18 Sun.
,19 Mon.
S20 Tues
21 Wed.
S22 Thurs.
23 Fri.
24 Sat.
25 Sun.
26 Mon.
S27 Tues.
28 Wed
S29 Thurs.
S30 Fri.
31 Sat.


9 a


83
85

83

84
82
82
86

84
78
84
78
85
86

85
83
81
80
78
78

82
85
84
85
87
87


Dry.

. 8p nm.


88
83


87
86
88
88
88


88
85
82

8i


83
87
S 87
87
87


87
87
87
87
88


Wet.

9 a.m 3











z
0
cir






&


N
<1
0

0
3
63
E
F-


I lative
1- humidity.

9a.m. 3p.m.
p m.


----


M. P. 224/50


77
77
77

78
76
77
76
77
76

77
77
77
76
78
77


7
77
78
78
76
76
76

77
76
76
77
77
77


Fa meter
Corrected.
Thermometer. Reduced to s" Fh Rainfall for the Rainfall for the
and Sca Level. Rainfall. Year 1952. Year 1951.

Maxm. Min'm. 9 a m. 3 p m. Mths. Ins. Pts Mths. Ins. Pts.



88 72 29.89 29.F8 00 January 1.85 January 5.96
88 74 29,91 29 .9 50 February 1 59 February 2. 9
74 29.99 .50 March 1. ?8 March 1.88
.57 April 4 25 April 3. 84
F9 73 29.96 29. 5 .02 May 4. 31 May 13. 20
90 73 29.88 29 5 .CO 13.42 27.80
i0 72 29.96 29.86 .07 14 2
88 72 29.98 29.93 .CO
88 73 1 998 29 53 .C
73 2998 .00
.00
.00
(90 73 29).96 '993 .31
85 74 3000 29.93 .49
F9 73 29 97 29.F5 .62
87 73 30 00 29.93 .23
89 74 29.98 29.92 .00
75 30.00 .00
S .00
90 7 2998 29.93 .00
88 72 29 98 29 93 .00O
88 73 29.98 2995 .00
87 74 30.00 29.96 .30
87 74 2999 29.93 .10
73 29.98 .12
.05
88 73 29.93 29.91 .00
89 73 29.96 29.93 .07
89 72 2998 29.93 .16
89 72 2994 2992 .05
89 73 29.98 2993 .00
S- 78 29.98 .12


3

t
1


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1952 20i

PRICE LIST OF PLANTS
ON SALE AT THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
BOTANIC GARDEN> AND DISTRICT OtFICES.

Avocado Pears 24c. per plant
Black Pepper 6c. per plant
Banana Suckers 6c. per sucker
Cacao 10c. per plant
Cloves $2 per 100
Coffee $2 per I00 (Estates) $1 per 100 Peasants
Coconuts Dwarf 24c. per plant
Sugar Cane cuttings 72c. per 100
Limes & Citrus 20c. per plant (Estates) 6c. Peasants
Mangoes (all varieties) 48c. per plant
Nutmegs $2 per 100
Yams 4c. per lb.
Calopogoniumr 6c per lb.
Horse Beans 3c. per lb
Kudzu 6c. per ib'
Tephrosia seed 24c. per Ih'
Tonka Beans $2 per 100
Vita peas 12c. per lb.
Fodder Grasses Free
ST. G. C. COOPER,
Agricultural Superintendent.
Depar ment of ? agriculture,
Dominica.
17th June, 19E2.
N. B --These prices are effective as from 11th June. 1952.


DOMINICA
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