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Dominica.


Official Gazette.

PubliSbeb b p ut o r i t p
VOL. LXXV ROSEAU, MONDAY. JULY 28. 1952. No. 39

Government Notices.

No. 170
REPOSSESSION OF ALIENATED CROWN LANDS
(1st PUTBLICATION)
Is the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands Dominica Circuit.
IN the Matter of the Forest, Soil and Water Conservation
Ordinance, 1946.
And
IN the Matter of the Title to the Stonehill HEstate situate in the
Parish of St, Joseph in the Colony of Dominica.
ELIZABETH II. y the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain,
Northern Ireland, Head of the Commonwealth, Queen, Defender of the Faith.
To all persons claiming an interest in the lands and tenements hereinafter described.
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to Us that the Stonehill Estate situate
in the Parish of St. Joseph in the Island of Dominica, containing 200 acres 1 rood is
unoccupied since 1914, and there is no person having title thereto, whereby the
said parcel of land ought to be vested in Us, that proceedings will be taken to
have the said parcel of land vested in Us at a sitting of the Supreme Court to be
holden at Roseau in the Colony of Dominica in the month cf Apt:l, 1953.
All persons claiming an interest in such land, shall within one week from the
date of the last publication of this summons in the Gazette (such summons shall be
published during a period of six months) file an appearance, either in person, or by
Solicitor in the office of the Registrar, and shall, within one month from the date of
such appearance, lodge in the said office a written claim containing a statement
of the reasons on which the same is founded: and you are hereby further warned
that if you fail to appear at the said Court to be holden as aforesaid the said pro-
ceedings will be heard and taken with -ut you.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of Our said Court to be
hereunto affixed, at Roseau, this'12th day of July, 1952,
A. B. MARIE,
Acting Registrar
LS.
624/50.


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238 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1952.


No. 160
BRITISH NATIONALITY ACT
NOTICE is hereby given that Mr WADDY
ANTHONY ASTAPHAN, of Roseau Dominica,
has applied to His Excellency the Governor
of the Windward Islands for naturalisa-
tion, and that any person who knows of
any reason why naturalisation shbold not
be granted should send a written and
signed statement to that effect 1o the
Administrator of Dominica.
14th July, 1952
682/52


No. 171
JAMAICA HURRICANE 1951:
ENGINEERING REPORT
THE engineering report prepared for
the Government of Jamaica by Mr.
FORREST D. BANNING, Professional En-
gineer, following his visit to Jamaica
after the severe hurricane of August 17th
-18th, 1951, is published with this issue
of the Official Gazette for general inform-
ation.
1077/51


No. 172
NATURALIZATION
LIST of Aliens to whom Certificates of
Naturalisation have been granted by the
Governor of the Windward Islands and
whose Oaths of Allegiance have been
registered during the month of June, 1952.
The date shown is the date an which the
Oath of Allegiance was taken.
AzzOUZ, KHALIL ABRAHAM.
4th June, 1952.
260/51



No, 173
AMATEUR WIRELESS TRANSMISSION
HOLDERS of Amateur licences are
warned that the bands 14350 to 14400
kc/s are closed to amateur transmission
as from 1st August, 1952,
649/52
26th July, 1952.


No. 174
TRAFFIC COMMISSION (ORDINANCE
NO. 21 OF 1949)0
THE Public are notified that the Traffic
Commission have agreed upon a system of
one-way traffic and roundabout routes in
Roseau. Traffic Signs will be erected
shortly, A copy of the plan for traffic
control may be seen in Police Head-
quarters by appointment.
25th July, 1952,


No. 175
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the Fin-
ance Committee held on Tuesday 27th May,
1952, is published with this issue of the
Official Gazette for general information
3:36/47
26th July. 1952.
No 176
PUBLICATION OF BILLS
The undermentioned draft Bill which it
is proposed to introduce in Legislative
Council is published for general informa.
tion with this issue of the Official Gazette:-
An Ordinance to amend the Currency
Ordinance, 1950,
85/51.
2(6th July, 1952.
By Command,
VICTOR C. JOSSE,
Gove. niment Secretary.

Departmental and other
Notices.
CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
AUTiHRI IY Fl RST SU PPLEM ENTARY
GOODWILL SCHEME.
It is notified for general information
that lots will be disposed of at Goodwill as
soon as the legal formalities connected
with the transfer of land to the Central
Housing and Planning Authority are
completed. Prices will be as under: -


Small Lots.
Sale
Hire-Purch',se

Rents
Medium Lots.
Sale
Hire-Parchase

Rents
La', je Lots.
Sale
Hire-Purchase


Rents


40
3 16 0 per year,
for twenty years.
2 0.0. per year.

120
11.70 per year
for twenty years.
7.0.0 per year.

240
22 13 0 per year
for twenty years.
14 per year.


In addition a special rate of 3 per
annum will be levied for connection to
Sewage and Water.
NOTICE TO POULTRY
REARERS.

THE Departmn.t of Agriculture is pre-
pared to undertake orders on deposit for
Baby Chicks bred specifically for Tropical
Climates, From Florida U S.A. Breeds
available immediately are:
New Hampshire Reds, and Barred Rock
Crosses
1 2. Rhode Island Chicks are not yet
available, but the breed has proved itself
to be well adapted to West Indian con-
ditions. The public'-will be informed as
soon as these are available.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, M-DAY,;JfL1, IL52.


3, The chicks are priced at $16 00 per
hundred and sexed pullets at $20 00 per
hundred. Air express changes will be in.
eluded on arrival.
4 .Orders should.,be placed direct with
the Livestock Officer, Botanic Gardens. or
through ;your District Agricultural In-
structor accompanied by a cash deposit of
first cost, thie balance to be paid on arrival
and delivery of:chicks
5. Chicks must be taken on arrival and
the Department will notaccept liability
for loss or death in transport or on arrival
6. Closing date for orders will be
August 15th, 1c52
ST G C COOPER,
Agricultuia'l Supe, i rifen rt.
S. SUB-TREASURY.
S. ORB 'SM.OUrH,
Ttiit-bi will be sold at public auction at'
the :uu'-Treksury,- 1'jftrfi6b(h it2 30 p.,.
on Tuesday 29th July, 1952 the following,
grods forfeited under the Trade & Hevtinue
Ordinance:
12 Pack-ts Matches
4 Packets Arri,wi,..p Flour
1 fin Roiinson 'PatCeni Barlfey
2 Path Towels
1 Pair Pillow Slips
1 Sh et
.1 Iiece (11 yds ) Cotlt.m
1 Piuce (lyd) Cloth
J. BULLY
FinaIncial Sec etxtry

THE ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
MI\ UTILS OF P-.PO OEEIivGS
OffiEe of the Roseau Town Council,
'8th July, 1951.
SAr a meeting of the Roseau Town Cun-
cil I:tld this d; y itlte were pisent : -
tlon CA Hi Dupigiy, Chainrmau
lion. W H Sweeting.
Dr. lI.B. Hetherington.
Mr. J H.C. Grell,
Mr. G.A, James
Mr. Musgrave M. Edwards,
Mr. L F.C. Royer,
Absent:-Lt. Col. E.R. IRowbotham.
Minutes of Meetings held on the 18th
and 23rd April, and 28th and 31st May,
1951 were read and confirmed.
It was decided that a Special Meeting
of the Council be fixed for Tuesday the
24th July, 1951 for the consideration of
the Estimates of Revenue and Expendi- i
ture
Applications for the post of Lady Clerk-
Typist were read.
The Chairmpan appointed a Selection
Committee .consisting of Mr. Sweeting,
Mr..Greid, Mr. James and himself to meet
on Monday the 23rd July, 1951 at 10 a.m.
to interview the, applicants, with a view
to ascertaining what .q.ualfications they
possessed.


Mr. R.,yer asked thediallowing questions:
.1 Whe.-will the repl is to 6'y, qi~s.
tiobs; 6f 28th May, 1951 be givei?.:;
2 When will the, Spfecial Cdornittee
appointed 'to. .investigate into' the
: behaviomir of .Mtr Dorlfial crtmernce
S.oceedings?'
3 When will the adjoiurnid Meeting of
-:' the Sanitary 'oritnit(e'sit?
Mr E'Jarils asked 'fte following ques-
tions:-
11 Does the chieff Sanitary Officerpecr-
form. yard to. ard inspection in the.
'lown?
2 If the answer to 1. is in'the affirma-,
live. ha? hq a district, for regular
inspection?
3 Wat are the boundaries or limits of
that district? ?
4 On how .iany premises in the area,
of the Town between K'ng George
V. Street and the southern embank-
ment of the Roseau River are .pigs.
kept? And can they...ba named ,or.
specified?
5 Are the specified premises the only
ones in the area on which pigs are
kept?
6 When last prior ,the the 5.Juy. in.-
stant, has a Sanittary Inspector i'i-
spected the premises in lIath ,Road.
occupied by .M.usgrave Edwards?
7 Has the Sanitaiy Committee corn,,
.pilted its sitting. apd.,is its Rep-t
available to this Council?
8 If the answer to 7 is in the negative,
will the Chairman request i Corn--
rittee to send ,i'biiediatel y, af f in
teifin reprtl?
Mr. Royer's qaleslions at the Meeting
of the Kth May, 1951 were taken up
They were as fdll.ws:'-
1 Information requested re "*G0verh~
irTnet relinquishing part of Windsor
Park as per Resolution adopted 21st
Februu ry-. 9?.: 1?
2 What action has Government taken'
re,-landing of cement from Ship on
Iay Front?
3 Hlow many dogs have been impound-'
ed ?
4 How many dog catchers' have been
appointed? '
The Chairman gave the following. re-
plies:- "
1 and 2 have not received aniy inforina-
tion from Government.
3 Thirty-two-dog'~! cptured,.n ine es-
caped, five claiiried, niiie sold and
nine shot. :
4 Qne.
'The Chairfman fixed Trfi6rsday. the 19th
July, 1951 at 10 a.m for the'meeting of'
the Comnirittee to :inrire into the'corm-
plaint made by Mr.- Ro)er against Mr.
Doriva. ,.
The Chairman also-informed Mr. Royer
that a date will be fixed later for:holding
a meeting of the Sanitary i oimmittLe. .


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4Q0 OIPtICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY JULY 28, 4 52


A letter dated 5th July, 1951 from.Mr.
Musgrave M. Edwards was read complain.
ing about the attitude of a Sanitary In-
spector towards him.
After some discussion the Chairman de-
cided that Mr. Musgrave's letter and
questions be held over for the next meet-
ing of the Council.
Accounts and' Pay 'Lists passed by the
Finance Committee for payment amount-
ing to $4326.83 were laid on the table.
On motion of Mr. Royer, seconded by
Mr. Edwards, it was resolved that the ex-
penditure of the sum of $4326.83 for the
Services of the Council during the month
of June be sanctioned.
The motion was put to the vote and
carried.
The Statement of the Town Fund for
the month of June was read showing a
credit balance of $2,885.49 on the 30th
June, 1951.
The Town Clerk's, Meat Inspector's and
Chief Sanitary Inspector's Reports for
the month of June were read.
Applications of Lucy Rock, Gussie De
Freitas, H. Lugay, Musgrave M. Edwards,
P.I. Labad and Susan Cuffy to connect
their premises to the Water Service of
the Town were read.
It was resolved that the applications be
granted and the properties assessed for
Water Rate according to their assessed
values.
Mr. Royer moved the following Resolu-
tion:-
Whereas on the 31st day of January,
1961,there occurred at the Roseau Hospital
the death of Mr. S C. Potters Town Over-
seer
And Whereas Mr. Potter was actually
in the employ of the Roseau Town Council
up to the time of his death:
Be It Resolved that this Council grants
the payment of one year's salary to the
next-of-kin of the late Mr. S. Cuthbert
Potter.
Mr. James seconded the Resolution,
The Resolution was put to the Vote and
carried.
Mr. Royer moved as follows:-
Whereas under Section 89 of the Roseau
Town Council Ordinance, 1937 (No. 23 of
1937) it is ordained that the Roseau Town
Council shall twice in each year not later
than the 31st day of January and the 31st
day of July by Resolution, declare that a
rate not exceeding one and one quarter
per cent in the values (as assessed under
the said Ordinance) of all houses and lots
of land in the Town of Roseau shall be
leviable as Land and. House rate for the
current year.
Be It Resolved by the Roseau Town
Council this 23rd day of July, 1951, that a
rate of 1 % shall be levied on the values
(as assessed under the said Ordinance) of
all houses and lots of land in the Town of
Roseau for the current Year.


Mr. Grell seconded the motion.
The motion was put to the Vote arid
carried.
A letter dated 26th June, 1951 from the
President, Thunderstorm Sports Club was
read applying for the use of the Windsol
Park for playing cricket. football, athletic
sports e against the Rialto Spo is Club
if Antigua who intend visiting Dominica
It was resolved that the application be
granted.
A letter dated 6th July, 1951 from Mr.
Charles E. Bully was read applying to
purchase the old Road Roller lying tiff the
road at Hartford Estate.
It was resolved that Tenders be invited
for the purchase of the Road Roller.
A letter dated 2nd July, 1951 from the
Accountant Colonial Development Corp-
oration forwarding a tyre and inner tube
for which compensation is claimed in .e.
spect of the cost of a new tyre and tube.:
It v.as decided trlat Mr. Charles E.Bull/y
be asked to assess the damage if any,.of
the tyre and tube
A lett-r dated 10th July, 1951 fiom the
Town Clerk. Castries. St. Lucia was read
forwarding the Ioard's Hy-j aw dealing
with the remission of Municipal or I and
and House Taxes: and also a copy of the
Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure of
the C(astries l own Board.
It was resolved that the letter be circu-
lated amongst the Members of the Coun-
cil. '
A Memorandum dated the 9th July,
1951, from the Secrctary Central Housing
and Planning Authority was read inform-
ing the Council that the applications of
the undermentioned persons were consi-
dered and approved,viz:--Antoine Karam
(an aerated water factory), Joseph Peter,
Rita A. Isaac. Andrew G Royer, J.Q.
Aird, C.E. Bully, Rosetta Guisre, A.F.
Gabriel, Elizabeth Nelson, V S. Wallace,
V.L. Green, Lorna Green and Williana
Michel
2 Other applications were considered
with the following results:--
Antoine Karam-To erect an enclosed
Shed in Bath Road -Deierred pending site
investigation.
Ruskin John Cuffy-To erecta two-stor-
ied dwelling house in Church StreetrState
what latrine accommodation is proposed.
Dalrymple Moses-To remove a dwell-
ing house from Hillsborough Street to
Goodwill-Deferred until lot in Second
Goodwill Scheme is obtained.
John J. McDowell-To raise a one-stor-
ied dwelling house to two-stories on Good-
will Road-Disapproved (within Goodwill
Scheme.)
Evanda Charles -To extend a one-stori-
ed dwelling house in Steber Street- Dis.
approved (within Goodwill Scheme.)
Etheline Michel -To extend a one-stor-
ied house at Pbttersvilte Disapproved
(within Goodwill Scheme.)
3 It was unanimously decided that a:
a matter of policy permission shdi'd- not











OEFEIAL GAZETTE. MONDAY, -1ULY 28, 1952, a41


be granted for the erection of buildings
in yards
The following applications were recom-
mended to the Central Housing Authority
as complying with the provisions of the,
Buildings By-Law:--
Marion R Thomas-To extend a two-
storied dwelling house in Queen Mary.
Street
Rita A Isaac -To erect a Verandah to a
dwelling house in Queen Mary Street
Sarah Penrice-- 'o extend a dwelling
house in Steber Street, Pottersville
Clement Jno Baptiste-To erect a dwell-
ing house in Steber Street. Pottersville
An application from John E Bernard to
erect a Bakery in Hanover Street was re-
ferred to the Medical Officer of Health
for his recommendationss or otherwise
The following applications were refused
as not complying wiih the provisions of
the Buildings l- Law--
SHayden Casimir To remove a house
f om n'ath Road to-New Town.
Hayden asimir To retrnve a house
from Virgin ILnre 1i Batll Roaid.
B, uno John Lewis--T'o r,-n ,xve a hi use
from one lot to another in V;ct-ria Stieet.
Ayouh Dib--To erect ar out building on
his pr-niises on the (;oodw II Beach.
The following application has been d<-
ferred:
JO Aiid for Cecil I uke To rebuild a
one storied dwelling horse in Great
George street.
Letters from Opportine Martin of New
Street (The Pound) and ina Peter of Vic-
toria Street complaining of a Bieadfruit
tree and a Mango tree respectively were
read
it was resolved that the breadfruit tree
be cut down and the branches of the
mango tree be lopped off
A letter dated 43th Juiy, 1951 from
Messrs H.11. *ihitchurch was read apply.
ing to instal a Petrol Pump Wvith a 500
gallon storage tank on a vacant lot of
land, the property of Miss Dumas situat-
ed at the angle of Church Street ard Cas-
tle Street.
It was decided that a plan of the pro-
posed erection should be submitted to the
Council for consideration.
A letter dated 18th July, 1951 from
Lauretta Jacques was read, asking for an
outlet for the water from her drain
It was resolved that the application be
refused.
The Council rose
Confirmed this 26th day of Sept. 1951.
CLIFTON A.H DUrIGNY
Chairman,
Roseau Town Council.


Office of the Roseau Town Council,
24th July, 1951.
At a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun.
cil held this day, there were present. -


Hon.C.A. H. Dupigny, Chairman,
Hon. W H Sweeting,
Dr. H. B Hetherington,,,
Mr J. H C. Grell,
Mr G. A James.
Mr. Musgrave M. Edwards,
Mr. L F. C. Royer.
Absent:-Lt Col E. R Rowbstham.
The Chairman informed tie council l that
the Meeting had been convened to censid-
er the Draft Estimates of Revenue and
Expenoiture for the financial year 195!..
The Report of the Committee appointed
to consider the re-organisation of the ac-
counts and working of the Roseau Town
Council nas read
The Council resolved itself into a Com.
anittee of the whote Council to consider
the Draft Estimates of Revenue .and Ex-
penditure for year 1951.
The Draft Estimates of Revenue fcr
19.51 amounting to $"570 1.)0 was consid-
ered item by item. amended and passed.
'The total Estimates of Revenue for 15tl
nmounting to $'16520 00 was approved
The Draft Estimates of Expenditure
was then considered,
Head L Pensions.
-It wasresolved that a Gratuity of$816 0
to Mr. S. C. Potter's personal represei. t
tative be included.
The total expenditure-of $5251.64 under
lead 1. Pensions was agreed to.
Head 2. Administration
The Chairman informedthe Council tlat'
the Committee appointed to ie-orgiinise
the working of theOffice had recommend.,
ed the appointment of Mr. W.A. JoEeph,
as Town Clerk.
The Council approved the appointment
subject to the approval of the Governnr
in-CouncId
St wais solved that, on the recommend-
ation of the He-organisation Conmittee.
the salary of the Assistant Town Clerk te
placed in the scale of $1248.00 by $96.00 to'
$1728 00; and that the post of Cashier al d
Lady Clerk Typist be created in t:e
scale of $480.00 by $60.00 to $720.00.
The total expenditure of $:35"6.00 under
IJeul 2. Administration was agreed to
The Council agreed that the difference
of pay due to the Staff and FiremeA
for 1948 and 1949 appearing in the draft
Estimates should be struck out.
Head 3 Sanitation.
It was resolved that, on the recommend-
ation of the Re-organisation Committee,
the salary of Chief Sanitary Inspector be'
up-graded to the salary of $l1)2000 by
$96 00 to $2160 00 as from, the 1st July,
1951.
The total expenditure of $13731 40 ur.
der Head 3 Sanitation was agreed to.
At this stage bf the proceedings the
Committee rose and the Council resumed '
The following application w:s recon -
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JULY 28, 19i2


ritng Authority as complying with the
provisions of the Buildings By-Law: -
Marion Robinson Thomas-To extend a
two-storied building in Queen Mary St.
The meeting was then adjourned to
Wednesday, 1st of August 1951.
Office of the Roseau Town Council,
20th August, 1951.
At an adjourned meeting of the Roseau
Town Council held this day, there were
present:--
Hon. C A H. Dupigny, Chairman
Hon. W. H Sweetit.g
Dr. H.:B. Hetherington.
Mr. J. H. C. Grell
Mr. G. A. James
Mr. Musgrave M. Edwards
Mr. L. F. C. Royer
Absent:--Lt. Col. E. R. Rowbotham
Minutes of meeting held on the 20th
June, 1951 were read, amended and con-
firmed.
The Council resolved itself into a Com-
mittee of the whole Council to continue
the consideration of the Estimates of Ex
penditure.
Head 4. Street Maintenance &c.
The Chairman informed the Council
that the :Re-organisatian Committee had
,recommended that Mr. James G. Henry.
Sanitary Inspector be appointed Town
Overseer in the scale of $624.00 by $48.00
to $864.00 per annum, with effect from
the 1st February, 1951. and that in view
of long service and good work he be
granted two increments and be allowed
to commence at the rate of $720L.0 per
annum.
The Council approved the appointment
subjectt to the *approval of the Governor-
in-Council.
The total expenditure of $4937 20 un.
der head Head4 4. Street Maintenance was
agreed to.
Read. 5. Upkeep of Water & Sewerage
Works, 'amounting to $3136.4( was agreed
to.
Head. 6. Markets amounting to $1189.00
was agreed to
Mr. Sweeting with the Chairman's per-
mission, retired from the meeting.
At this stage of the proceedings the
Committee rose and the Council resumed.
Mr: Edwards asked the following ques.
tions; notice of which had been given at a
previous meeting:-
1. Does the Chief Sanitary Inspector
perform yard to yard inspection in the
Town?
2. If the answer to 1. is in the affirma-
tive, has he a district for regular inspec-
tion?
3. What are the boundaries or limits
of that district?
4. On how many premises in the area
of the Town, between King George V.
Street and the Southern embankment of
the Roseau River are pigs kept? And can
they be named or specified?


45. Are the l pecified premises fe wnly
ones in the area on which pigs are Wipt?
*6. When last 'pfior to the 5th July, In-
stant tiss a Sanitary Inspector inspgoted
tire premr fes in lath Road occupied by
Musgrave Edwards?
7. Has'f he Sanitsry GC&omrittee omin-
pleted its sittings and is its Report avatil-
ble to this Council?
8. If the'mswer to 7 is in the negativP,
will the Chairman request the Commirtte
to send i'mmediiately, an interim report?
The Chairman replied as follows -
1. The Chief Sanitary Officer does niot
perform yard to yard inspections in the
Town.
2 Tne Chief Sanitary Officer has no
district for regular inspection.
3. The Chief Sanitary .Officer super.
vises the work of all the District Officers,
of the Town, and makes test checks in the
various districts, with the Sanitary It-
spectors or Constableb concerned.
4 & 5 Pigs have been found -n various
yards and notices have always been given
for inr-mdiate removal 48 hours after no-
tice the premises are re-inrpecti d to as.
certain whether the notices have been
complied with.
6. Four weeks prior to the 5th July,
last. The Constable for Ihat district was
on leave from the .lith June tl the 4th
July, 1951
7. The Sittings of the Sanitary Corn.
mittee have -not been completed and its
Report is not yet.availaole for submission
to tie Council.
8. This request will receive early at-
tention.
'Accounts and Pay Lists 'passed by the
Finance Committee for payment amount -
ing to $2f18.41 were laid on the table.
On the moticn of Mr. Royer seconded
by Mr. James, it was resolvell that the ex-
penditure of the sum of $2618 41 for the:
services of the Council during the month
of July be sanctioned.
The Statement of the Town Fund for
the month of July mas read Mthowing a
credit balance of $947.50 on the 31st July,
1951
The Town Clerk's report was read.
The Town 'lerk reported" among other
things, that the laying of the .ewerage
Main in Great George street had been
commenced, but due to inadequacy .of
1Roseau Town Funds in the hands of the
Financial Secretary, this work had been
stopped temporarily, and all work reduced
to the minimum
The Town Clerk was severely censured
by His Worship the Mayor for having
stopped the work because there was no
money to pay the labourers, and the
Council decided thlt ftle Sewerage Main
which had been started in Great Georee
Street was to be completed immediately
whether there were funds to the credit of
the Council or not, 'a'nd that the Town
Clerk was to take no notice of the position
of the Roseau Town funds at the Trea-
sury. His duty was to report 'the position
to the Mayor.-


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JULY 28, 192'


The Meat Inspector's and Chief Sani-
tary Inspector's Reports for the month of
July werefeard
The Chairman friformed the council
;that lie thought that telephones should be
installed at the residence of the Foreman,
Water Works and at the Reservoir as a
precautionary measure in case of Fire.
The Council agreed.
Terminal Reports of Town Council
Scholarship Holders at the Convent and
Wesley Hiah Schools for the Midsummer
Term. 1951 were laid on the table.
Applications of Antoine Karam and
Mary A Joseph to connect their premises
in Rath Itoad and Great Marlborough
Street respectively to the Water Systemi
of the Town were read.
It was resolved that the applications be
granted and the properties assessed fcr
Water rate according to their assessed
value
Application of Mrs. Lucy Rock to in-
stal a septic Tank on her premises at Pot-
tersville was lead.
It wa. re-olved that the application be
referred to the Medical Officer of Health
for report.
A Memorandum from the Chairman
central l llousinet Aathority reporting un-
favouiaby oii the sites on which Rosetta
Carn ichael and Roselia Nicholas had ap-
plied to instal Septic Tanks was read.
It was resolved that the application be
refused.
An application from Mr. Antoine Kn-
ram to elect an enclos d shed in .lath
Road which was reconmerded by the
Central Housing and Planning Authcrity
and iorwarled without ary comments
was read.
It was decided that the application lie
referred to the Central flousiig Authori-
ty as complying with the provisions of the
Buildings By-Law:-
Winnifred Alleyne--To erect a dwelling
house in Jewel Street
Lucy Rock-- o extend a one-sloriad
building on the Goodwill R,,ad, Potters-
ville
Lillian Bobb-To remove a dwelling
house from Victoria Street to Ci ioneri.
Bruno Jno. Lewis-'lo remove a dwell-
ing house from Victoria Street to Citro-
nier.
Matilda St. Rose To remove dwelling
house from Bath Road to Goodwill.
The following applications were grant.
ed: -
Joseph S. Faul--To erect a kitchen in
Great Marlborough Street
Leo Lazaar -To remove a dwelling
house from one spot to another in the
same lot at Pottersville.
The following application was refused:-
Eva, Clarende--To erecr a dwelling
honse ii Bath Road Space insufficient.
The meeting was then adjourned *t-a
Wednesday, the 15th August, 1951.
Office of the; Roseau Tqwn Council,
22nd August, 1951.
At an adjourned meeting of the Roseau
Town Council held this day, there were
present:--


Hon. C. A. H. Dupigny, Chairman,
lion W H. Sweeting,
Dr. If. B. Hetherington,
Mr. J. H C. Grell
Mr. G. A. James.
Mr. Mus rave Mi. Edwards,
Mr. L. F. C. Royer.
The Council resolved itself into a Corii
nittee of the vho the consideration of the Estinates of Ex-
penditure.
lead. 7. Fire Brigade.
Mr. Glell suggested the appointment
of an additional Chauffeur Fireman.
This was agreed to and an amount was
placed on the Estimates for the payment
of the services of an additional Chauffeur
Fireman as from the lst October next.
i'he total expenditure of $4882.00 under
Head. 7. Fire Brigtde was agreed.
Head. 8. Miscellaneous amounting ut
$ 1(00.00 was agreed to,
It was decided that the gate on tlhe
southern side of Windsur l'ark be closed
d own.
Head. 9. Grants amounting to$1056,00
was agreed to.
Extra-Ordinary Expendit.ure amounting
tii $3U'2i.6i,; was ag reed to. to ;
The Committee rose and "tfie Co(uucrI'
resuiied and the Clairnmii reported tlilt
ihe Estimates of Revenue amounting to
$36520.00 and E been approved in Committee
The Report was confirmed
The applications for the p0sis of Assis-
tant Town Clerk. Lady ltrk 'ly;ist arid
Cashier at the lown Council Office were
considered
It was resolved that Mr. Alphonso
Royer be appointed Asststant Th n t;%lI k;
Miss Louie Giraud as Lady Clerk Typist
and Miss Solange Ambrose as Cashier on
twelve months probation with effect from
the Ist September, 15)1.
The Town Clerk was instructed to pub-
lish a Notice in the local press inviting
application for the posts'of rWo Sariitary
Inspectors and a Chauffeur F'ireman at
the Fire Itrigade Stat;on,
.The Council rose
Confirmed this 21st day of December,
1951.
(Sgd.)CLIuTON A.H. DUPIGNY
Chairman,
Roseia Town Council



No 17l
RADIO TELEPHONE HURRICANE
WARNINGS IN THE CARIBBEAN
AREA
1THEI following statement of radio
stations issuing hurricane warnings in the
Caribbean Area is published for general
information : -












244 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY JULY. 28,, 1952

Radio Telephonic Hurricane Warnings In the Caribbean Area
PREPARED BY tHE, CENTRAL SECRETARIAT OF THE CARIBBEAN COMMISSION
I


Station

Radio Trinidad


North Post
Radio Station
V.P.L.
Jamaica Broad-
casting Co. Ltd.










Cable & Wireless
Ltd.
Jamaica
Station VQI
Radio Belize
British
Honduras





British Guiana
B.G. United
Broadcasting
Co., Ltd
Station ZFY
Cable & Wire-
less Ltd.
Demerara Radio
Station VRY


- I I I- ---- I


Nassau
Station ZNS


Station VPN2


Government
Radio Station
Curacao Radio



Puerto Rico
San Juan
WAPA


Broadcast Times
Frequency Special
Hurricane Warnings

790 Kcs (379M) GMT LOCAL


9625 Kcs (31.16M)
From 1000 to 2015
GMT

3275 Kcs (90M)
From 2000 to 0300
SGMT
2735 Kcs (109.7M)



4950.Kcs (60.6M).
3360 Kcs (89.3M)
880 Kcs (340 9M)









2590 Kcs (115.8M)




4950 Kcs (60.6M)


5931 Kcs ("0.2M)
1230 Kes (243.9M)


2558 Kes


1200
1800
2400
0300


1250
1850


8.00 a.m
2.00 p.m.
8 00 p m.
11.00 p in.


8.50 ...m.
2.50 p m,


Broadcast, Times
Daily
Weather Reports
GMT LOCAL
1054 6.54 a.m.
1210 8.10 a.m.
1640 12 40 p.m.
2354 7.54 p.m
Broadcasts at end of local
news bulletin, Times ap-
proximate.


None


Monday through
Saturday None
GMT LOCAL
1230 7.30 a.m.
1730 12.30'p.i.
2310 6 10 p.m.
0210 9;!0 p.m.
Sunday only
1300 8.00 a.mi
1725 12.25 p.m.
2310 6 10 p Im.
0210 9.10 p.m.
0300 10 00 p.m.
1315 8.15 a.in.
1800 1.00 p m. None
2400 7 00 p m. __
GMT LOCAL OMT LOCAL
1830 12.30 p.n. 1830 12.30 p.m.
0115 7.15 p L. 0115 7,15 p in.


GMT LOCAL
o050 9 05 p.m.
1140 7.55 a m.
1615 12.30 p m.
2010 4.25 p m.


(117.3M) On receipt and at end
I first silence period.


None




None


1540 Kes (194.8M)


2550 Kcs (117.3M)


8785 Kes (34.1M)


680 Kes (441.8M)


On receipt and at each
hour thereafter

GMT LOCAL
0500 Midnight
1700 12 00 noon
and on request
GMT LOCAL
1300 8.30 a.m.
2200 5.30 p.m.


GMT
1000
1600
2200
0400


LOCAL
6 00 a.m.
12.00 noon
6.00 p.m.
Midnight


GMT
0015
1345
17,15

0500
1700


LOCAL
7.15 a m
8.45 a.n.
12.45 p.m.

Midnight
12.00 noon


None




GMT LOCAL
1430 10.30 a.m.
2030* 4.30 p.m.
2115 5.15 pm.

*(except Saturday :. .:.
and Sunday)


Announcement
if no Hurricane
Warnings


No annonunee
ineat







None



No anllnonce-
mient











No annoince-
Illcn

Hurricane
warning is prt
of daily i oatli-
el 'iei.il't


None




None


None



None



"No hurricane
warning" (3 times
* or "Hurricane
warning may :be
expected in--min-
utes, please stand
by". (3 times)


No announce-
ment


Language
of Broad-
cast


,Remarks


English 790 Kcs-5000 Watts

9625 Kcs)
-3275 Kes) 200 0att


English 400 Watts


.English


English


English


English


.200 Watt


200 Watts
Weather report
broadcast in order:
1. Hurricane warnings
2. 'Storm warnings
3. Forecast for Western
Caribbean
4. Belize weather.


The storm warnings
are given immediate-
ly after news trans-
missions.


English 200 Watts


English



English



English


V500 Watts Daily wea-
th.r Reports are given
after local news ard an-
nouncements.
4dn Watts Information
available on request by
calling VPN2 and asking
to be connected to the
Meteorological Office.

3POI Wdtts. Area cov-
ered will be Caribbean
up to 250 degrees North,
Gulf of Mexico and Flo-
rida


English & 0oi,00 Watts
Tile same weather re-
Spanisll ports and hurricane
5.15 p.m warnings are also car-
ried by ether radio sta-
broadcast tions ii Puerto Rico.
il Eng-, WKAQ-620 Kes 488.87H
AFRS-ACE-1470 Kes
lish only. 204.8M
WIAC-B80 Kes 517.24M
WIBS-740 Kes 406. 4M
WNEL-860 Kes 348.84M
WIPR-940 Kes 319.14M
WITA-1400 Ke 214.29M
I WRIO-1440 Kes 298,33M


' '












OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1952 245


Station


Dominican
Republic
Radio Piloto
La Voz
Dominicana

Radio
Guadeloupe

Radio
Martinique


Frequency


2735 Kcs (109.69M)


5790 Kcs (51.81M)
97.35 Kcs (38.17M)
1040 Kcs (28 85M)

650 Kcs (460M)
7447 Kes (40 29M)

1500 Kes (200M)


Broadcast Times
Special
Hurricane Warnings


GMT'
1700
0300


LOCAL
12 00 noon
10.00 p im.


GMT LOCAL
1800 1 00 p Ilm.
0100 8 00 p mll.
GMT LOCAL
0005 8 05 p.m.*

GMIT LOCAL
2305 7.05 p in


Broadcast Times
Daily
Weather Reports


Announcement Language
if no Hurricane of Broad-
warnings cast


I -


GMT
1700
0300


LOCAL
12 noon
10 p.m.


GMT LOCAL
1800 1 p.m.
0100 8 p n.
UMT LUCA L
1635 12.35 p im.*

GMT LOCAL
1715 1.15 p m.*


Time Spalish &
English


None


None


Remarks


Spanishl
Englisli
During periods of serious
disturbance in the Carib-
French bean, Radio Guadeloupe
and Radio Martii ique
work uninterruptedly &
cive bulletins on the hour
until end of disturbance'
French Bulletins preceded by
station identificaLion and
three minutes of music.


'July 15 to November 15 only.



























































DOMINICA
Frinted at the BULLTTIN OIFICE, Roseau,-ByAuthority


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Publication Not Available

Supplement to
Dominica Official Gazette
v. 75 no. 39

Draft bill "Ordinance to amend the
Currency Ordinance, 1950"




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