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VOL. LXXV ROSEAU, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1952. No. 69.
CHRISTMAS MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR
THE PEOPLE OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
ON the eve of my departure from the Windward Islands, which have
been our home for four and a half years, I take this opportunity
on behalf of my wife and myself to wish you all a very HAPPY CHRISTMAS.
In the years to come your happiness and prosperity will depend on the
sum of the efforts made by individual men and women among you. These
efforts can only be successful in an atmosphere of kindness, tolerance and
Be strong, therefore, in your resolve that not only CHRISTMAS but the
whole NEW YEAR shall be a season of peace and goodwill towards all men
in your country.
THE following CHRIiTMAS messages are published for general informa-
From the Minister of Transport
It is with great pleasure that I send seasonal Greetings to all helpers
in the Merchant +ivy Club and h -stels overseas and my best thanks for
their untiring effort to provide a welcome and recreation for seafar rs.
To all officers and men of the Merchant Navy who are unable to be at
home and will be celebrating CH~ISTMAS with their friends in clubs and
hostels overseas I also send my greetings and best wishes for a successful
I wish you all a M, RRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR. "
From the Secretary of State for the Colonies.
"I wish to associate myself with the message from the Minister
of Transport and to send Greetings and good wishes for CHRISTMAS and the
NEW YEAR to all seamen in the Colenies. I also send greetings to all those
who are associated with the welfare of merchant seamen."
22nd December, 1952.
V. C. JOSSE,
Printed at the BULLmTIN OFFIesr Roseau. -By Authority
OFFICIAL GAZE'TE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1952.
UNDER the provisions of section 5 of the
Shop Hours Ordinance, 1937, (No. 18 of
1937), notwithstanding anything contained
in the Shop Hours Order, 1937. (S.R.O.
No. 14 of 1937) as amended, all shops
within the boundaries of the Town of
Roseau and one mile beyond and within
the boundaries of the Town of Portsmouth,
and one mile beyond, are hereby author-
ised to remain open for serving customers
up to the following hours on the dates
Wednesday, 24th December,1952 to 10 p.m
Wednesday, 31st December, 1952 to 6 p.m
26th December, 1922.