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13 SEP1952


IEU PEROMT


Domninica.


Official Gazette.

Sub I i eb bp ut o r i t p.
VOL. LXXV ROSEAU, MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1952. NO. 44

Government Notices.

No. 170
REPOSSESSION OF ALIENATED CROWN LANDS

IN 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 lEstate situate in the
Parish of St. Joseph in the Colony of Dominica.
ELIZABETH II. By the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britaiq,
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 of Apr: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 iWITNESS 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,
. leyar Acting Regist ar

64/ L.8.
624/50.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY AUGUST 18, 1952


No. 188 .
-U (C0Mw L OF TBE

PRlf PAL OF THE DIVERSITYTY
; OF, THE-WE IN9IES
DR.W.. W. GRAVE Registrary of the
Unive'ity of Cambridge, has accepted an
invitation to become fjincdial of the Uni.
versity CGoMIe oa the',est Indies in suc-
cession to"6Sir,. I 'B AS TAYLOR Dr.
GRAVE has a distinguished academic
record. He gained first class honours in
the Modern and Medieval Language
Tripos in 1922 and 192-i, ,wa Fellow of Emmanuel College in 1926. and
was a Tutor of the College from 1936( to
1940. In 1936 he was appointed Universi.
ty Lecturer in Spanish, and dbnring the
war he ~becme an ad inistrative officer
in the Ministry of Labour and National
Service. Dr. GRAVE has been Registra!y
since 1943, and his experience of univer-
sity administration will be of great value
to the University College of the West
Indies. Indeed, the University Colleue
may be considered fortunate in having
secured the services of one who has occu-
pied so important a position in university
life in the United Kingdom.
Dr. GRAVE is expected to take up his
appointment early in the coming year.
Dr. & Mrs GRAVE and their two daugh-
lers look forward to living and working
in the West Indies.
8th August, 1952.
916/51.

NO. 189
REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE.
IT is notified for general infiwrrmtion
that Mr. J. S. MORDECAI, Principal Assis.
tant Secretary Jamaica, has been appointed
Executive Secretary to the Regional
Economic Committee, on secondment from
Jamaica.
Mr. MORDECAI assumed duty in Barbados
on the 7th July, 1952.
437/51 11
11th August, 1952.
No. 190
DELEGATE TO FEDERATION CON-
FERENCE IN LONDON
IT is notified for general information
that ~te Honourable G. AUSTIN WINSTON
has been selected 'by the Leiilative Coxtn-
cil as this Colony's delegate'to the Fedeira-
tion Conference to be held in Ldn'doh, the
date of which is not yet fixed.
C, 110/51
12/8/52

NO. 191
His Honout the Adatiiiattator has been
pleased to appoint. under the provisions-o f
"The Marriage Ordinance 1910'",', Iv.
erend MARION DAVID ROOKixR, tv,, be
a Marriage Officer in and for this Coldoy
with effect from the .lst November, 1952.
437/45
13th August, 1952.


NO. 192
HIS Honour the Administrator hag been
pleased to appoint, under the provisions of
"The Marriage Ordinance, 1910", Rev-
erend Father MARCELLUS AIJBIIKT to be a
Marriage Officer in and for this Colony
with effect from the 9th July, 1952,
437/45
13th August, 1952

NO 19:1
His Hionour the Admini-trator has been
pleased to appoint under the provisions of
"Tne Marriage Ordinance, 1910", Rev-
erend WALTER LLOYI EVANS to be a
Marriage Officer in and .for thM Colony
with:effect from the 5ih August, 1952.
437/45
13th August, 1952

NO. 194
His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint, under the provisions of
*The Marriage Ordinance, i910". Rev-
erend ACCELYNE WILLIAMS to be a Marri-
age Officer in and for this Colony with
effect from the 15th JufneTi951.
A87/45
13th August, 1952

NO. 195
His Hon',ur the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint, under the provisions of
"The Marriage Ord'ihnae. 1910", Elder
S. E. WH:TE, to be a Marriage Officer in
and for this Colony with: effect from the
17th November, 1951.
437/45
13th August, 1952.

No. 196
APPOINTMENTS ETC.
BASTYRA, Doctor BOLESLAW, ovei seas
leave from 2nd June to 12th Novem-
ber, 1952 inclusive.
45/52
BLANCHARD. Mss E. A., Librtat'1n. Public
Library, vacation le*ve from the 1th
August, to' 11th Septetmber, 1952
inclusive.
E. 476
BLANCHARD. Miss N. AoNEA FiPst Class
Cltrk Post Office, vabatten leave from
6th August to 26th August,, 1952 in-
clusive.
E 307
CUFFY, RIUSKIN JohIN, Assistant District
Insttudtor, Agrieiltiral Depjartment.
.iacatibn leave frdm'i i 1h August to
3rd'Septmniber, 1962, itclursive.
E. 596
DEFOE, PEMBERTON L .S.O. Class III,
District Postman, Genral Post Office.
vacation leave frorp'7th August to
30th August, 1952, inclusive.
E. 193








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DEIBONNES, TILBERT, F., Forest Ranger,
Forestry Department, vacation leave
from 6th August to'21st August, 1952
ioelusive.
E. g98
EMANUEL., MILFORD, G.S.O. rlass Ill
District Postman, General Post Office,
vacation leave from 8th August to 1st
September, 1952 inclusive.
E 301
GIRAUD, Mrs. D. A., Third Class Clerk.
General Post Office, vacation leave
from 6th August to 23rd September,
1952 inclusive.
E. 445
JOLLY, PETER. G.S.O. Class III, Messenger,
Education Department, vacation leave
from 5th August to 12Lh August
1962 inclusive.
E. 466
ST BERNARD. ELVIN LLOYD, Magistrate
District 'E' vacation leave from 21st
July to 13tn October, 1952, inclusive.
E. 631
VANTERPOOL, JOHN, Excise Officer, G S O.
Class 11, vacation leave from 5th
August to 28th August, 1952 inclusive.
E. 409

No. 197
BYE-ELECTION. ROSEAU TOWN
COUNCIL,
His Honour the Administrator has been
pleased to appoint Mr. A B. MARIE. Act-
ing' Registrar. to be Presiding Officer at
the forthcoming bye-el action of the Roseau
Town Council under the provisions of
Dominica Ordinance No. 23 of 1:137.
His Honour has further been pleased to
appoint Mr. J'V JEAN PIERRE Second
Class Clerk. Registrar's Office. t., be Assis-
tant to the Presiding Officer under the
provisions of the same Ordinance.
14. 8 52.
633/50

No. 198
THE following Imperial Instrument
is .iroulated with and forms part.of
this Gazete : -
No. 1384 of 1951. The Sweden (Extradi-
tion) (Termination) Order iu Council
1951.
16th August, 1952.

No. 199
THE Minutes of a Meeting of the Fin-
ance Committee held on Wed. 11th June,
1952, is published with this issue of the
Official Gazette for general information.
336/47.
16th August, 1952.

No. 200
DEPARTURE OF HIS
4XCE LL Y .THE GOVERNOR
With referAtece to Gazette Notiee No.
185 of the 8th August, 1952, it is notified
for general information that His Excel


lency Brigadiei SIR ROBERT DUNCAN
HARRIS ARUNDELL. K C, M G., O. B. E.,
Governor and Comnrander-in-Chief of
the Windward Islands. left the Colony on
the 18th August, 19i2, for Grenada.
6815 5
18th August, 1952.

No 201
ASSENT TO ORDINANCES
THE undermentioned Ordinances which
have been assented to by His Excellency
the Governor are published with and form
part of this issue of the Gazette -
No 8 of 1952. An Ordinance to prohibit
the introduction of Exotic Fish into
the Colony of Domioieis
Ref. 9O 50
No 9 of 1952. An Ordinance further to
amend the Supreme Court Act
(Cap. 22)
Ref. 224/52.
ISth August, 1i52.

No. 202
MEETINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL.
IT is notified for general information
that a Meeting of the Legislative Cob:cil
of this ( olony, will. be held at the Court
House, loseau, on Tuesday the 26th
August, J,52. at 2.30 p.m.
The Ortclr is publiishd v~ilih this issue of the Official
Gazette.
18th August, i~J52
879/52

No. 203
ORDER OF THE DAY
For a Meeting of the Legislative
Council to be held at the Court House,
Roseau, on Tuesday the 26th of
August, 1952, at 2.30 p.m, :-
1. Prayer.
2. Confirmation of.Minutes.
3. Papers to be-laid:
(I) S. R. & O 1952, No. 11
(ii) 12
(iii) ,, 13
(iv) 0 ,, 17
(v) ,. ,. ,, 29
(vi) The Report of the Director of
Colonial Auditon the Abcounts
of theC'olony for the year lW50.
4. Notices including.those of questions
to be asked.
5. Questions to be asked.
6. Motions.
OFFICIAL
(i) For the approval of the
revised procedure on Treasury
Control.
(ii) For the adoption of the
recommendations of the Sixth
SOils & Fats Conference.
(iii) For the adoption of the
Report of the Select Committee
on Goodwill.








257 -OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, AUGWST 18, 1952


UNOFFICIAL
SBy.Hen.. R. B. Douglas re-
gairding Food Shortage in
Portsmouth. .
7. BILLS
An Ordinance to amend the
Cur ency Ordinance, l95k.
8. Other Basiness.


18th August,


By Command.
VICTOR C. JOSSE.
Govetifrnenilt Secretary.
1962.


Departmental and other
Notices.

ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
NOTICE
CONSEQUENT en the resignation of Mr-
C. AIH. DUPIGNY, as an Elected Member
of the Roseau Town Council and in con-
formity with the provisions of section 75
of the Roseau Town Council Ordinance
(No. 23 ef 1937), I.hereby fix Thursday
the 4th day of September, 1952, as the
dao on which an election is to be held for
filling the vacancy thus created on the
Council,
Dated this 15th day of August, 1952.
L. F. C. ROYER,

Roseau T2'ea Ciouncil.

CUSTOMS DEPAREMNT.
DOMINICA,
llTB AUGUST, 1952.
NOTICE.
THERE will be sold by Public Auction at
the Customs House, Roseau, Dominica, on
Thursday the 4th of September, 1952, the
following stores:-
One passenger boat, 19ft long, 5ft 6ins
wide (formerly used as Harbour Mas.
ters' boat).
(Sgd) J. BULLY,
Financial Secretary.

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance. 1946
MACKINTOSH'S TOFFEE
DE LUXE
Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. B431800
registered on the 24th day of November,
1922, and for the issue to us of a Certi-
ficate of Registration in the Colony of
Dominica for the said trade mark.
Dated the 1st day of July, 1952
W. F. HARRISON,
Agent for John Mackintosh & Sens
Limited.
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.


APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks, Ordinance, 1946
QUALITY STREET
Application is hereby made for the
Regissration. in the Register of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No 56.327
registered on the 20th day of, August
1935, and the issue to us of a Certifi'
cate of Registration in the Colony of
)Dominica for the said trade mark.
.Datedthe 1st day of July,:1952.- -
W. F. Harrison,
Agent for John Mackintosh & :Sons
Limited
To the Rigistrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.
APPLICATION FOR I 'EGISTRATICN
DO uINICA
The Registraticn of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1!46
DI MPLE
Application is hereby made for the
Registration in the Register of tlhi United
Kingdom Trade Mark No. 475179 re.lri-
tered on the 23rd day of Novembnir 1926.
and for the issut to us af a Certificate :ft
Registration in the Colony of Dotmiiica
for the raid trade tiark.
Dated the 15th day of July. i952.
W. F. IIARRISCN
Agent for John Haig & (o Limi;ed
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA,

APPLICATION 1OR REGISTRATION
DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdon
Trade Maiks Ordinance. 1916.
ROLO
Application is hereby nade for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 676921
registered on the 10th day of February,
1949, and for the issue to us of a Certift.
cate of Registration in the Colony of
Dominica for the said tiade mark
Dated the 1st day of July. 1952.
W F. HARRISON
Agent for John Mackintosh & Sons
Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
DOMINICA
The Registration of Upited Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance 1946.
HAIG'S WHISKY
Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Reister,;of the United
Kingdom Trade Mark No~. N9329 regis-
tered on the 10th day of Mfirch, 1928, and
for the issue to us'of a Certificate of








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1952 258


Registration i the Colony of Dominica
ferthe said'trade mark.
W..F. Harrisson
Agent for Jhn Haig&Sons Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance. 1946
M AX
Application is hereby made for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 658648
registered on the 30th day of April. 1947
in Class 30 (Schedule IV) and for the issue
to us of a Certificate of Registration in the
Colony of Dominica for the said trade
mark.
Dated the let day of July, 1952.
W. F. IIARR-ION
Agent for John Mackintosh and Sons,
Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.

NOTICE
Trade Ma ks Office,
Dominica.
21st July. 1ti52.
WINTHROP PRODUCTS INC., of 1450
Broadway, New York, State of New York,
a corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the State of Delawate, have
applied for the registration of one trade
mark consisting of the following word:-

N EO;PICATYL

in class 3, that is to say, chemical substan.
ces prepared for use in medicine and
pharmacy- preparations far trichomonas
vaginitis; also leukorrhea due to non-spe-
cific infections.
The applicants propose to use the said
trade mark in respect of the said goods.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominiea Officiul
Gazette give notice, in duplicate, at the
Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of opposi.
tion to the registration of the said Trade
Mae:k.
A. B. MARIE.
Acting Registrar of Trade Mar1ks,
De)viniea.
Agent:-
C. A. H. Dupigny, Esq.,
Chambers,
Cork Street, Roseau.


APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
DOMINICA.
The Registration of United Kingdom
Trade Marks Ordinance, 1946


Application is hereby tade for the
Registration, in the Register, of the
United Kingdom Trade Mark No. 702099
registered on the 19th October, 1951, and
for the issue to us of a Certificate of
Registration in the Colony of Dominica
lor the said trade mark
Dated the 14th day of July, 1952.
W. F. HARRISON
Agent for Humphrey Taylor & Ce Limited
To the Registrar of Trade Marks,
DOMINICA.
.i o-c--- --
THE ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
AMI. UNITS OF PROCEEDINGS

Office of the Roseau Town Council,
tith September, 1951.
At a mnetingi of tie Roseau Town Coun-
cil held this day, there were present: -
Hon C. A. II. Dupigny, Chairman,
Hon. VW. 1L !Meeting,
Dr. H. H. litiliwingtonD
Mlr. J. I. C tGrell,
Mr G. A. James,
Mr Musgrave M Edwards,
Mr. L F. C. Royer.
Absent: -Lt. Col, E. R. Rowbotham
Messrs Halascy and fir:lith of the Colo-
nial Development Corporation were also
present
Erection of Tranuv'ormer sub-station in
B'llh Road.
The Chairman stated that the meeting
had been convened to consider the erec.
tion of a transformer sub-station on the
western side of Bath Road at a point ap-
proximately sixty feet north of King
George V Street, and adjoining the prison
wall, and also read a letter from the Coh.
aial Development Corporation Represen.
tative on the subject. -4 ;
Mr. Halascy gave a description of the
way in which the Hydro-Electric Trans-
mission Line would be run, the positions
of the Transformer sub-stations and how
they were to be built.
I'. was decided that the site should be
visited by the whole Council.
The Chairman stated that before visit-
ing the site thero was the question arising
in connection with the removal of the
water pipe or pipes running directly un.
der the soot where the transfo, mer was
to be erected.
It was agreed that the necessary altera.
tions should be done.
Mr. Grell moved that an alternate site











259 ~ OFFCIA GAZTTE MODAY AUGST 8, 95


should be chosen for the transformer sub.
station
The motion was seconded by Mr. James.
The Chairman ruled that the Roseau
Town Council had already accepted the
plan of the proposed transmission line in
and around Roseau.
At this stage the meeting Was adjourned
to allow the members to visit the site
The site for thli t ansfhrmersub- station
and also a pole erected oh tle river bank
at the corner of River Street and Bath
Road were-inspeeted.
The meeting then resumed.
The Council felt that the pole erected
at the corner of River Street and liath
Road should be removed to a -site further
south so that the stays to the pole would
not in any way. project onto the street.
, The matter was fully discussed and Mr.
James inbved the following Resolution.
Be it Resolved that the poles remain a.
they are with the guarantee given by the
Colonial Development Corporation name-
ly.that they will be removed if they be.
come a danger, nuisance or obstruction
to traffic or6 otherwise.
Mr. Sweeting seconded the Resolution
Mr. Royer moved an amendment to Mr.
James' Resolution to the effect that the
poles be shifted fifteen feet further south.
Mr. Edwards seconded the motion.
The amendment was put to the vote
and the voting was as follows:-
Ayis:--'Messrs. Royer and Edwards.
Noes:--Messrs. Jamts, Sweeting. and.
Dr. Hetheringto p.
Mr. Grell abstained from voting.
Mr. James'.Resolution was put to the
vote and the voting was as follows:-
Noes:- Messrs. Royer and Edwards.
Ayes:-Messrs. James, Sweeting and
Dr. Hetherington.
Mr. Grell abstained from voting.
Mr. Grell asked that his motion be put
to the house 'that an alternate site
should be chosen for the Transformer
sub-station."
The Chairman replied that in .view of
the Council having agreed to the plan of
the proposed transmission' line in and
around Roseau presented by the Colonial'
Development Corporation, he therefore
could not allow the matter to be re-
opened.
The Council. rose.
.Conhrmed this21st day of December,
1951.
CLIFTON A. H. DUPIGNY
Chairman,
Roseau Town Council.


Office of the Roseau Town Council,
7th September. 1951.
At a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun.
eil held this dayl, there were present:--
Hon. C.A.-H. Dupigny, Chairman,.
Hon W-H Sweeting,.
Mr. J H C.Grell,
Mr. G.A. James,
Mr. Musgrave M. Edwards,
Mr. L F.C. Royer,
Abent:--Dr. H.B.: lietherington,
Lt. Col E R. Rowbotham.


The Chairman stated that, the meeting
was convened at the request of four elect-
ed-members. .. ;4 ',:
Erectiow:ot Ejeftrie' Lbig t pole. -on tfMe
RiVer B-1 ik
Mr. James stated that in the Resolution
passed at yesterday's meeting the gyqi
Iantee given by the tooliofia-T -Devefoiprnent
Corporation -.was not sufficient: 1 Afti
thinking the rttafte~ over, he thought that
it would be much easier to shift the pole
now than when everythingg was establish-
ed. fHe also said that the Rnseau Oiver in
flood could damage the protection wah
and destroy the pole and. could( male }the
position vei y dangerous ..
- The Chairman stlted that the I-tter
asking that a meeting,..be; held i aise.a
Constitutional issue .
NMr. Edwards moved that the pieced.
rigs of the meeting of th)e roseau Town
Council held *esrrilnv. the 6ill Septeln-
ber, 1951, he cot.eidered null and void.
S''he Chairman said that he not vote 'n
the Resolution and he had no pecuniary
interest in thr pole He ruleil thtil the
dieivion ar!ried at by .theL. Rovraot Towin
Council at the meetilig helhi yesteidiay
stands, and the request for this mneetui g
was out (if ov!vr: :* d', :, .
lie assured, the members that lie w,.uld
see Mr. Halagy agair. and place all the
points raised 'before him andr would. ;,.k
him whether'a. cliC-eJ.le pijl::a could t e
put up instead'. H.ehii, selftl id .i,-i like
the position of.the pole -
Mr. Grell stated-.that he :differed fromi,
the Rulinhg ade by the Char.'man an ad
thought that since the Cololial !)Dvelop-
Corporalion had deviated from their pliat
the latter should bL re opened 'for ,is-
cusion.
hh Chairman declared. the meeting
closed.
Confirmed this 2'st day of Decen her,
1951. .
C:IFTON A H. DUPIGNY
-. Ch., i' mn,
Roseau Town Council.

Office of thi Rloseau Town Cohntil,
25th September, 1951. .
At a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun-
cil held this day, there wee prestchi: -
Hon. C.A.H. Dupigny, Chairman,
Dr. H B. Hetheringtcn,
Mr. J.H C. Grell,
Mr. G.A. James,
Mr. Musgrave M. Edwards,
Mr. L I.C. Royer,
Absent:-Hon. W.H Sweeting,
Lt. Col. ER. Rowbotham.
Messrs Roddam and Halascy 6f the
Colonial Development Corporation were
also present.
The Courlcil brought to the'notice of
Mr Roddam the unsatisfactory position
of the Electric light poles in Bath Road
near the river and also: the Transformer
near the Prison. Mr. Roddam :pronised:
to go into the matt6exando$;Igq.:e. teiam to
another place, if possible.
Mr. Roddam gave in detail the plan for


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1952.


the runningof the Hydro-Eleetric Trans-
mission Line and. the positions of the
Transformer sub-stations. He explained
that the mains were to he run in a circle
around the town and five transformer
sub-stations would be placed at certain
points to connect with the main wires*
The points, mentioned were one in Bath
Road at the back of the Prison Wall, one
at'Goodwill. near the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation Headquarters, one on
the River Bank near the junction of Old
Street, one on the Bay Front. near the
Old Bell Jetty and one on the New Town
Savannah near the Anglican Cemetery
The Council then adjourned to allow
the members to visit the sites.
Confirmed this 21st day of December,
1951.
CLIFTON A. H. DUPiGNY
Ch'tii man.,
Roseau Town Council.

Office of the Roseau Town Council.
26th Septembei. 1951.
At a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun-
cil held this day. there were present:-
on. C A.H. Dupigny, .Chairman,
lion. W.H. Sweeting,
Dr. H.B. Hetheiington.
Mr. J.H.C. Grell.
Mr. G A. James.
Mr. Musgrave .K. Edwards,
Mr. L.lF.G Royer.
Absent:-Lt. Col. E.R. Rowbotham.
Confirmation of Minutes:- The minutes
of the meeting held on the 18th July, 1951
were read and confirmed.
Committee .~jly:-- The Chairman ap-
pointed Fridav. 28th September. 1951 for
a meeting of the Committee to inquire
into the complaints made against Mr.
F.M. Dorival by Mr. L F C. lVoyer and
against a Sanitary Inspector made by Mr.
Musgrave Edwards.
Questions:- Mr. Edwards asked the
following questions, notice of which had
been given at a previous meeting:--
1. Has this Council Standing Rules and
Orders for the conduct of business at its
meetings?
2. Can a member rise to speak on a
"Point of Order?"
3. Can the Chairman rule a member
or any matter introduced by a member
for debate as "Out of Order?"
4. Has any improvement in the water
supply of Pottersville been noted since
the connection of the recently laid main
in Bath Road and River Street to the
Pottersville pipeline?
The Chairman replied as follows:-
1. None.
2. Yes.
3. It depends on what the nature of
the questions are.
4. The pipe line has not been cointct-
ed.
Vote for i pendittare:-- Accounts and
Pay Lists passed by the Finance Commit-
tee for payment amounting to $1801.10
were laid on the table.


On the.motion of Mr. Royer, seconded
by Mr. Edwards. it was resolved that the
expenditure of the sum of .$1801.lf for
the services of the Council during the
month of August be sanctioned
statcment of t.h Twt'H FIuNd: The Stati-
nent of the Town Fund for the month of
August was, read showing a credi-ibalance
of $611.24 to the f3st August, 1951.
Reports:- The Town C(lrk's report'
was read.
The Chairman pointed out that the
drain in How Lane was very dangerous
being too shallow and always choked by
rubbish.
It was decided that the drain should be
deepened and that the Sanitary Engineer.
of the Health I)epartment toe asked it
give an estimate of the cost of the work.
The Meat Inspector's and Chief Sanitary
Inspector's ltepoztsfur the month of Au..
gust were read.
l'cMissioun of TI'ees:-- Applications of'
Francillia Thomas. Vie Vanterpool, Bertha
Lewis. Kenneth L. Joseph and lie\d
W.J. Barret.t, for remission of Municipal
and Land& House Taxes due. by them
for the current year-were read.
It was resolved that the applications be
granted.
A letter dated 10th September, '1951
from M's Margatet,'lurton was redil Irn.
forming the Council that last year she
represented her case to the Council point.
ing out her slend(l r 'esources.aid inability
to pay tt.e half yearly taxes on her pro-
perty in King e(orre V,Street She stat-
ed that her case was synthetically consi-
aered and :he was granted a reduction ef
the tax and since her financial -position
had not improved she asked that she be
granted a similar or more favourabie
concession this year.
It was resolved that a rebate of 25% of
the amount of the tvx be given.
A letter dated 18th September..1 51,
from Miss Hilda De Ravariere was read
applying for remission of Municipal and
Land & House Taxes payable by her for
the rest of her life.
The Chairman appointed a Committee
comprising of Messrs. James and Edwards
to investigate the matter.
Payment of C.O.L.A. to I.TlC. Enmployces:-
The Chairman 'stated that Go\ernment
had increased the 'ost of Living Allow-
ance to the Civil Servants and thought
that the 'rown Council servants should be
treated likewise.
It was agreed that the increase of the
Cost of Living Allowance to the Servants
of the Roseau Town Council be approved
in principle as from.lst January. 1951,
and to be paid when Government pays its'
atrvants. i
Appliritions Yromn' 'Thunderslorm
Spom.s 'lub for site at Wzidsor Parl to
build Club room:-- .etters dated 10th
and 12th September 1951. from the Presi-
dent, Thunderstorm Sports Club was read
applying for a site at Windsor Park to
build a Club Rooim.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, AUGUST 1952.


It was decided that the Thunderstorm
Sports Club be informed that the Council
regrets being unable to grant the applica-
tion, but there was a strip of land at
Goodwill reserved for that purpose and
an application could he sent to the Cen-
tral Housing Authority for- a lot of land
on that strip
Advance to Mr RMl Greet-:i A let.
ter dated 151h September, 1951, from Mr.
R M. Green was read asking to be allowed
to repay the advance made to him by the
Rokenu Town Council by installments of
$10 00 a month without interest.
It was resolved that the request be
granted.
Applications for the losts of S tnilary
Inspectors & Chauffeur:- The applica-
tions for the posts of Sanitary Inspectors
and Chauffenr Fireman were taken up.
The Chairman appointed Dr. Hethering-
ton, Mr. James and himself to form a
Committee to select two Sanitary In-
spectors and a Chauffeur Fireman
Clain for damaged Tyre and Tule by Cuslovwiu
Developmnet Corporatiom:-. A letter dated
2nd July, 1951 from the Accountant, Co-
lonial Development Corporation, was
read relative to a claim for a damaged
Tyre and Tube.
It was decided that an offer of $20.00
for damages done to the Tyre and tube
be made to the Colonial Development
Corpoiatfon.
Applieutions to instal Septic Tanks--
A Memorandum dated the 25th August.
1951, from the Secretary. Central Housing
Authoidtq relative to the application of
Mrs. Lucy Rock to install a Septic Tank
on her premises at Pottersv:Ile was read
It was resolved that Ithe application be
granted.
Building applications:- Letters from
the Medical Officer of Health relative to
applications of Mr. Antoine Karam to
erect an enclosed shed in Bath Road and
Mr. John F. Berna:d to erect a Bakery
in Hanover Street were read.
It was resolved that Mr. Antoine Ka-
ran's application be granted and Mr.
Bernard's be refused.
A letter dated 17th September. 1951
from Mr. E P. dMurr.o for the Chairman
Central Housing Authority was read in-
forming the Council that the applications
of the undermentioned persons had been
approved, vis:-Winifred Alleyne, Lncy
Rock, Lilian Bobb; Bruno John Louis, and
Matilda St. Rose.
The following applications was recom-
mended to the Central Housing Authority
as complying' with the provisions of the
Buildings By-Law.
Laurina Lestrade--To erect a Shop in
Great George Street..
The following applications under the
Buildings By-Law were refused:-
Johny Letang-To remove a dwelling
house from one lot to another in Victoria
Street.
S. M. Peltier--To erect a two-storied
dwelling house in King's Lane.
The Council then rose.


Confirmed this 21st day of December,
1951.
CLITON A.H. DUPIGNY.
Chairmiin,
Roseau Town Coui;cil

Office of the Roseau 'rlwn Cor ncil,
17th Octobbr, 1951.
AT a meeting of the ItRseau Town Coun-
cil held this day, there were present:-
Hon. C A H. Dupigny. CGiairmnan
Hon. W. El Sweetit.g,
Dr. H. B. Hetheringl.on.
Mr. J. H. C. Grell,
Mr. Musgrave M. Edwards
Absmnt:--Lt. Col. E R. Rowbotham,
Mr. G A. Jamey,
Mr. L. F C. oItyer.
Vote lor 4'xpejndittre:-- Accounts and
Pay lists pas-ed by the I' inanice i 'omrit.
tee for payment amlouningl to $6a44.8.
were laid on the table.
On the inution of A\ r. Edwards. second
ed by .vir. Grell. i; was resolved that ltie
expenditure of the sun) of $.3244.81 fur
the serv ce of the Council iuiirng the
month of St pi enber be sanctiiied.
Organiz itton Coittiittce'% iU potl: -
On the suggestion of .ir Sweetiln it was
agreeJ that tile Report of the 0 ganliza-
tion Continittee- f- tof W Roseautr, Town
Council be placed i' the Ageina of tie
next monthly ineeting of the Council:
.t'ateiment of Ihe Town Fuind: The
Statement of the Town Fund for the
inon th of September was read showing a
credit balance of $352 "' on the 30th Srp.
tember. 1951.
Report.: -The Town Clerk's and
Chief Sanitary Inspector's Revorts! fur
the month of Sep'ember, which had been
previously forwarded to inenibe, 8, were
laid on the table.
The Meat Inspector's Report for the
month ot September was read.
Remission cf 7'xtS:-- Appl;cation
of fannie Bernard, Mrs. Johnson Jno
Baptiste, Mary Ann rancis Kenneth I
Joseph and James amith for remission ot
Municipal and Land & House Taxes due
by them for the current year wete lead.
It was resolved that the applications be
granted.
Building Application,: The follow-
ing applications were recommended to the
Central Housing Autherity as complying
with the provisions of the Buildings By-
Law: -
A. C Shillingford & Co.- To erect a
two-storied building on Market Square.
H. E. Letang- d-
It was agreed that it should be recom-
mended to Messrs A.C. Shillingford &Co
and Mr Letang as well as the Central
Housing Authority that the building to
be erected should present a similarity in
outward appearance and.be divided by a
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY AUGUST 18, 1952..


May Butler-To extend a one-steried
dwelling house at Pottersville
Louisa Farrell-To extend a one-storied
dwelling house at Pottersville.
Eldon John--To extend a one-storied
dwelling house in River Street
Stoniel Christopher To eiect a kitchen
on Steber Street. Pottersville.
Mariean Bernard-To extend a one-
storied dwelling house at Pottersville.
Laura Coipel-To raise a one-storied
house to two stories in King George V
Street.
Hayden Casimir-To remove a dwelling
house from Virgin Lane to Bath Road.
Phyllis Laronde--To remove a house-
from Pottereville to Goodwill
The following applications were re-
fused: -
J O Aird (for Cecil Luke)- To erect a
dwelling house in. Great Geoige Street
Alberta Black-ro remove a house from
Fortune Estate to Victo ia St reet.
A R Elwin To remove a house from
Pointe Michel to the angle of Great Marl-
borough St. and King's Lane.
Mr. Elwin was asked to forward an
amended application
S M. Peltier--To erecta dwelling house
in King's Lane.
Henderson Andre--To remove a house
fro'n Queen Mary Street to New Street.
Emanuel Bougtouneau-- To erect a
dwelling house in River Street
The following applications were ap-
proved by the Council:--
W. W. Wyllis--To erect a pent roof in
front of his shop in Cork Street.
George Francis--To remove a house
from Pottersville to Goodwill.
A letter dated 21st September, 1951
from A. J. Gabriel was read calling the
attention of the Council. for necessary
action, to a kitchen and other structures
built on his boundary wall (northaide) on
the premises of Mrs. Jullien in (,reat
George Street, which besides being a tres-
pass on his property wahbgin .infringement
of the Buildings By-Law.
It was resolved that:Mr. Gabriel be in.
formed that this was a matter, in which
the Council could not interfere.
An application from Mr. J. W A. Os-
borne to erect a building in Victoria Street
for Entertainment purposes was read.
It was resolved .that Mr. Osborne should
submit a plan and epecificatidns of the
building for the consideration of the
Council
An application from Mr. Ayoub Dib,
which was addreased to the Central Au-
thority to erec, an outhouse to his Bunga-
low on the Goodwill Beach was read.
It was resolved that the application be
refuted.


. W Water & Sewer'ye Applications:-Ap.
piications of Lillian, Remain and Leonie
Laronde to connect their premises at Pot-
tersville and New Town respectively to
the Water System of the Town were read.
An aBp!ieiiion from C. A. Hellot to con-
nect'his premises at the corner of Cork
Street and Bay Front to the *Sewerage
System of the Town was also read.,
It was resolved that the applications be
granted.
S'ptic Trdu: Application of Mary St.
Ange to instal a Septic Tank on her pre-
mises in Victoria street, New Town, was
read.
It was resolved that the application be
referred to the Medical Officer of Health
for report.
Petitiouf: Petitions from the residents
of Upper Great Marlborough Street and
Cross Street were read asking the'Council
to lay Water and Sewerage Mains in the
above mentioned street in order that they
may be able to connect: their premises to.
the Water and Sewerage. Systems.:
It was resolved that the matter be de.
ferred until the consideration of the Esti-
mates of 1952.
liigeri'bs Tre.s:-- :Letters from Mrs.
Mildred Toulun of Queen Mary, Street
coniplaining of a coc6nut tree in Mis
G. A. Ainton's yard; from Cecil Jones
complaining of a Ireadfruit tree on Miss
'theresa Robinson's premises, in ,UJpper
Lane, frou Az A. Lafond and Ena uotie
complaining of a mango aid Kenfiip tree
on the lot.of Est, G. J. Cillrtian In the
Pound and fruoi label Scutland complain-
ing of twto uIitallgy rices on the property
of Mr. N A lYi:lic.li ili River Street,
which are dangerous to life and property
were read
It was resolved that the coconut tree
in Mrs.' Winton's yaid; the breadfruit
tree on Miss Theresa Robinson's premises
and the mango and kennip trees on the
L ,t of Est, U. J. Christian be cut down.
and thlebranthesot the two hango trees
on the property :b.M:r. N. A. Michael be
lopped off.
On the suggesti~m of Mr. Grell it was
decided that a Census of all the danger-
ous trees in the Town should be made.
A letter dated 13th July, 1951 from Mr
J. O. Aird on behalf of Messrs.. H. H. V.
Whitchurch was read, applying for per-
mission to erect a Petrol Pump with a 500
Gallon Storage I'ank onthe vacant. I t of
land. the property of Miss Dumas, situate
at the angle of Church and Castle-itreets.
The site was inspected, by the whole
Council and it was decided that the appli-
cation be granted, on the condition that
the Pump be placed 27 fuet from the corn-
er of the two streets.
The Council. rose.
Confirmed this 21st day of December
1951. -. .' . '
CLIFTON )' 2 IUPIGNY
Cho~iea nn, l.
Roseau T'owb Council.









23 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY AUGUST 18, 1952

-SALE OF PROPERTIES FOR THE RECOVERY
OF TAXES.

PROYlIST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
DOMINICA,
30th July, 1952.
TAKE NOTICE that the follwing- properties will be sold by Public
Auction on the day and at the place hereinafter mentioned.
I l I :


Propertit s


I house, Egmont Street
1 lot, Halifax Street
I house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse
Harbour Lane
I house. 1 outhouse
Pembroke Street
1 house. Pembroke Street
1 lot, Middle Lane
2 houses, 1 lot, H/boro St.
1 house, 2 outhouses
Hillsborough Street
1 house, 1 lot. Bay Street
2 houses, 1 lot, 1 outhouse
Pembroke Street
1 house, Harbour Lane
1 house 3 outhouses,
Rodney Street
1 house. I lot, Bay Street
1 lot, Hillsborough Street
1 house, Bay Street
1 house, 1 outhouse, Bay St.
1 house, Bedford Street.
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse.
Bay Street
1 house, Bay Street
1 house, 1 outhouse, Bay St.
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Bay Street
1 lot. Harbour Lane
1 lot, Harbour Lane
1 outhouse, Rodney Street,
1 house, Pembroke Street
1 house, Pembroke Street
I house, 1 lot, Rodney St
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse
Rollo Street
1 house, Rollo Street
1 house, 1 lot, Bay Street
1 house, Sandwich Street
1 outhouse, Hillsborough St.
1 lot, Bay Street
1 house, 1 lot, Harbour Lane
1 house, Bay Street
1 house, Bay Street
1 house, 1 lot, 3 outhouses
Harbour Lane
1 house, 1 lot. 1 outhouse,
Harbour Lane
1 lot, Melville Street
1 house 1 lot Scott Street
1 house, Rollo Street
1 lot, Rollo Street
1 house, Rollo St.
1 lot, Scctt Street
1 house, Pembroke Street
I outhouse, Q/boro. Street
1 house, Grandbay Street


PPl2ce ot
Sale

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esday, For default in payment
i Aug. of Land & House Tax,
952, Portsmouth, 1951, by:
0 a.m. Mary Augustine
S Rebecan Anthony

Heirs of Ale,,is


; Eudoxia Andrew
Matilda Anthony
S Nathaniel Anthoi-v
S Nathaniel Anth ny

,, A.L. Andre
C.L Andre

Nathaniel Anthony
Edwin A. Alexis

Anton Andrew
A.L. Andre
,, J. Cecil Andre
,, Germain Augustine
S A L. Andre
,, Emile Azille


Foster A. Benjamin
;F.A. Benjamin
F. A. Benjamin

T. M. Bertrand
Est F.A. Benjamin
Hutson Benjam;n
Margaretta Buntin
Eutina Bannis
Wilsina Bazil
Est. F. A. Benjamin

Sylvanie Bethelmie
Howard Benjamin
L. Bellony
Patrick Bris.
T. M. Bertrand
F.A. Benjamin
J.W. Buntin
Foster Benjamin
Josephine Casey

Gilbert Charles

SJames Cyrille
Mann Charles
Weymouth Celestine
Josiah Charles
Manzelle Charles
Josiah Charles
E.A. Caines
Prince Codrington
Nirus Charbonier
Rosa pejean


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, -AUGUST 18, 1952.1


Properties Pla. o

Sub-
Treasury
P/mth
1 house, Middle Lane.
1 house. Pembroke Street
3 lot, Bay Street
1 house. Harbour Lane
1 lot, Pembroke Street
1 outhouse. Harbour Lane
1 lot, Pembroke Street ,,
1 house, 2 outhouses.
Hillsborough Street ,
1 house Bedford Street
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse
Scott Street ,
1 house, Harbour Lane
1 house, 1 lot, Bay Street
1 house, I lot 1 outhouses,
Bay Street
Mt. Eolus.
1 lot, Pembroke Street
1 lot, Harbour Lane
1 lot, Lagoon.
1 houso, Sandwich Street
1 house, Harbour Lane
1 house, Pembroke Street
1 house, I lot, Bay Street
1 house, 1 lot, outhouse,
Bay Street. ,
1 outhouse. Bay Street
1 house, 1 lot, B-y Street
1 house, 1 lot. Pembroke St.
1 lot. Upper Lane
1 lot Scott Street
1 house, 1 1t Pembroke St.
1 house, Pemb'oke Street
1 house, Bay Street
1 house, 1 lot, Bay Street
2 houses 1 lot, Middle Lane
2 houses 1 lot, Rodney St. }
1 house, 1 lot, I outhouse,
Pembroke Street.
1 house, 1 lot, Melville St.
1 house 1 lot Sandwich St.
1 lot, Bay Street
1 house, Pembroke Street
1 outhouse, Upper Lane
1 lot, Harbour Lane
1 house, Halifax Street
1 house, Lagoon
1 house, Holland Street
1 lot, 2 outhouses, Bay St.
1 outhouse, Holland Street
1 house, Lagoon
1 outhouse, Rodney Street.
1 lot Harbour Lane
i lot. Rodney Street
2 houses, I lot, 1 outhouse
Bay Street
1 lot, Bay Street
1 lot, Harbour Lane
I house, Pembroke Street
2 houses, 1 lot, 2 outhouses,
Rodney Street.
1 lot, Bay Street
1 house, Harbour Lane ,
1 lot, 1 outhouse Bay St.
1 house, 1 lot 1 outhouse
Irbour Lane
1 outhouse, Bay Street
1 house, Bay Street


Sale.

Tuesday,
26th Aug.
1952,
at 10 a.m.

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Reason why Sold

For default in payment
of Land & House Tax
Portsmouth 1951, by---
M.aida Dupuis
Heirs of :.; Dubois
Ayoub Dib
L.L. Douglas
Weymouth Daniel
L.L. Douglas
Ayoub-Dib

Rupert Dinard
Beatrice Edwards
Sinna Fadelle
James Farly
Flora George

Robert Garraway
R.C.F. Garraway
Almai George
R. A. Garraway,
do
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Mrs, E. Green.
Almai George
L. A. Green

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do,
Hatwig Henry .
J. B Heetor
Nathanitl. Hinds
Earl Hector
Enid Hypolit.e.
Josephine Israel
Patrick Jules
Cyriila Joseph
Maline Jean
Musgrave JnoBaptiste

Eugene Johnson
Eugene Johnson
Doris Johnson -
W. Joseph
Mary Joseph
Eugene:Jonhson
Arthur Jones,
Melanie Joseph
Ernestine Joseph
Deeosta Joseph
Doris Johnson
Leon tine.JnoBaptiste.
Lorlin Jervais
Phine Joseph
Lena Joe
Musgrave J. Baptiste
F. A Leslie
Mislyn Lewis
Alexander LaRocquei
John Lawrence

Meta Lafleur
Eva Lafond & others
Mislyn Lewis
do
Evcrlina Leroy
Mathew P. Leblanc
Hudle Lafond










265 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY, AUGUST 48, 1952

Propertiesce o Reason why Sd.
Properties. Sae. Sale, Reaso hy Sold.
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i outhouse, Bedford Street
1 house, Bay Street
1 lot, I outhouse. Bay St.
I house, 1 lot, Bay Street.
House I lot, 1 othouse,
Bay Street
I house 1 outhouse, Bay St.
1 house Egmont Street
I house. I lot, 1 outhouse,
Harbour Lane
1 house, Pembroke Street
I lot, Bay Street
I house, 1 lot. 1 outhouse,
Pembroke Street
1 house, Hillsborough St.
I house, 1 outhouse,
Harbour Lane
I outhouse. Bay Street
2 outhouses,
I house, Holland Street
I house, 1 lot, Rodney St.
I house, 1 outhouse,
Harbour Lane
1 house,1 lot, Bedford St.
I lot, Bedford Street
2 houses, Harbour Lane
1 lot, ditto
I house..1 outhouse,
Rodney Street
I lot, Bay Street
1 house, Lagoon,
1 house, 1 outhouse,
Egmont Street
1 outhouse Pembroke St
1 outhouse, Rodney Street
; houses, 1 lot, I outhouse,
Pembroke Street
1 lot, Bay Street
1 lot. Harbour Lane
1 house, 1 lot, Egmont St
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Harbour Lane
1 lot, L4goon
2 houses, Lagoon
1 lot Lagoon
2 houses 1 lot 1 outhouse
SBay Street
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse
Bay Street
house 1 lot Bay Street
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1 house, 1 lot Harbour Lane
1 house, 1 lot, 1 outhouse,
Melville Street
1 house, 1 lot, Pembroke St.
1 house, Scott Street
1 outhouse, Bedford Street.
1 house, Bay Street
1 house, 1 lot 1 outhouse,
Scott Street
1 house, Lagoon
1 lot, 1 outhouse, Scott St.
1 house, Scott Street
1 lot, 1 outhouse Bay Street
1 house, Douglas Street
1 hosse, 1 outhouse
Egmont Street
1 lot, Egmont Street


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For default in payment
of Land & Honse Tax,
1951. by.--

Clarita Lewis
Emily Moulon
J. P. Montcose
R.S. Mitchell

do
Joseph Magloire
Rhonnie Magloire

Augustine Magloire
Allan Mills
Jeseph Magloire.

Doreass Montrose
John Magloire

Eldic Magloire
Josephine Magluire
Lldica Mag oire
Mrs. K.<. Mitchell.
Woodrow Magloire

Joseph Nelson
J.F. Phif's
Heywood Powell
C A. Paul
E t. J. A Pinard

Philomen Peter
Kmilta Peter
Francis Paul

Stanley Parillon
H.A. Powell
Emma Peter

Lucia Quetelle
Octavia Quetelle
Leonard Quetelle
do

Ann L. R bess
Donald Romiel
Leton Rolle
do

A.C. Shillingford

Howell Shillingford
do
E. M. Steadman
P/mth St -Michael

Mrs Stephenson
Coolie Samuel
Selina Sanford
Simon Simeon
do

Beatrie Steadman
Rosanah St Claire
Simon Simeon
Simeon Simon
J.C. Tavernier
Rebecca Theodote

lonie Toussaint
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, MONDAY AUJGUST 18, 1'9`2 '266


Properties


1 house, I lot. 1 outhouse,
Rollo Street
I house, Pembroke Street
1 outhouse, Q/boro St.
I house 1 lot, Bay St.
1 house 1 lot, Pembroke St.
1 lot, Rollo Street
1 lot. Scott St.
i lot, Bay Street
1 house 1 outhouse,
Rodney Street
1 lot, Upper Lane
1 house, Harbour Lane
1 lot, Harbour Lane
1 house, Rodney Street
I house. 1 lot. M-lville St.


Place of Date of
Sate Sale Reason why Sold.

Sub- Tuesday For default in payme
Treasury 26th Aug. of Land & House Ta
Portsmouth at 10 a.m. Portsmooth I51 by


Sister Vidal
... Ermencia Victor
.. Evelyn Vidal
S Veins Wallace
SVirginia Wayland
I, Jeremiah Wayland
,,, Lodrick Wallace
S Rosabel Wallace
Joseph Williar

Lance Wayland
.. Friendly Wallace


Joseph Wiliam
do
Gerald Wallace


The above Sale will commence at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and will be
subject to the condit ons contained in the "Collection of Taxes Act 1888."
A. B. MARIE,
Actinq Provost Marshal

COLONY OF bOMINICA.
-o -
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY Or TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMIN1 A.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates iof Title and Nttings thereun, and Caveats, for tie
week ending the 9th day of August, 191t.

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

Request dated L. tose and Company lRequest for the issue of one Certificate
8th Au gt, 19Sf. Limited of Title in substitution for six Certificates
Presented by their Solicitor of Title in respect of The Soutriere Estate
8th August, 195, 1 Clifton A. H Dupigny situate in the Parish of St Mark in the
at 1 40 p ma. Colony of Dominica, containing 711 acres,
8 roods and 31 perches and bounded as follows:-Northerly by the South Chiltern Estate, land
of the Heirs of Percy Olivacce, the Heirs of Joseph Bernard Lewis, Eden Bellot, Elestiue
Felix, Church Property, Victor Etienne, Mary Nicholas, Norwills Gachette, Seraphin, Olga
Gachette, Joe Fumier, Clement A. John Lewis, Leontine J, Nicholas and Wingfield Estate;
Easterly by a Cliff. lands of the Heirs of Adnet Tavernier, Joseph Augustin, The Heirs of
Thomas Morris, Madan, Toussaint, Bois Cotelette Estate, Church Property, Victor Etienne,
Mary Nicholas, Seraphin, Olga Gachette, Le.ntine J. Nicholas, Arthur Pemberton. Elestine
Felix, Morne Patate Estate; Westerly by the sea, land of Victor Etienne, Mary Nicholas,
(Pub. Rd.), Virginia Aubrey (Pub. Rd. Norma Delsol Pub ld ), The Heirs of Ange Felix
Olivacce, Wilson Caesar, O'Brien John Lewis, and Elesiue Felix, Marie A Peltier, Morne
Patate Estate; Southerly by land of O'lrien John Lewis, Olga Gachette, Nicholls Nicholas,
Elesine Felix, Wingfield Estase. Hois Cotelette Estate, Morne Patate Estate, Victor Etienne,
Mark Nicholas, Norma Delsol, Seraphin, Arthur Pemberton, Wilson Joseph, Parry W, Bel-
lot, Mrs. Ches. Aubrey, Elesine Felix, save and except a portion of the said Soutriere Estate
containing One acre sold to the Government and now used as a Government School.
Registrar's Office, A B, MARIE,
Roseau. Ag. Registrar of titles.
8th August, 1953.
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 first
appearance of the above Schedule in the Official Gazette and the Domwiica Chronicle
newspaper published in this Island.






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Supplements to
Dominica Official Gazette
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Imperial Instrument no. 1384 of
1951
Minutes of a Meeting
Ordinance no. 8 of 1952
Ordinance no. 9 of 1952




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