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Dpminica.


Official


Gazette.


Subli s i Eb b t b o r i t y

VOL. LXXVI ROSEAU, THURSDAY. MARCH 26. 1953. No. 23

Government Notices.


No. 82
FOR SALE

OFFERS are invited for the purchase of
the following Motion Picture production
Apparatus:-
One 35 mm Simplex Acme sound pro-
jector complete with speaker and amplifier.
For operation on 110-125 volt, 60 cycles
-alternating current: together with one
generator (110 volts) and gasolene motor
(4 cylinder Ford 1941 engine) for use
where there is no power supply.
This generator has an output capacity
of nine kilowatts and is capable in itself,
apart from supplying the projector, of
carrying a fairly large extra load such as
cinema or theatre lighting : in fact it
would supply all the amenities for a small
cinema or theatre.
The entire machine is of such size and
so mounted that it is mobile, i.e., it can
be transported by truck.
The equipment which is stored at
Belair Health Centre has been very little
used, and was recently overhauled and is
believed to be in perfect working order.
It may be viewed by arrangement.
Persons interested are requested to com-
municate with the Senior Medical Officer,
-Kingstown, St. Vincent, for further infor-
mation.
Ref. 320/53
March 12th, 1953.


No. 90
NON-DISALLOWANCE OF
ORDINANCES
IT is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Col-
onies has notified His Excellency the
Governor thar the Queen will not be
advised to exercise Her Majesty's power
of disallowance wth respect to tne
undermuntioned Ordinances passed by the
Legislative Council of Dominica : -
No. 22 ol' 1952. Thi Romaii Twnil Coumlil
(Aimni .IIiIIL,) Or'iiiaiL'e, 19.52
Ref. Ii 72/52
March 20th, 1953.
No. 12 of 1952. The Dominica Trade
Union and Trade Disputes Ordinance,
1.52
C 61/41
March 10th, 1953.
No. 91
MOTOR VEHICLES (THIRD
PARrY RISKS) REGULATIONS
IT is nDtified fir general information
that Regulations have been made by the
Minister of Transport in Great Britain to
make provisions for an international
scheme for the insurance against third
party risks of visitors to countries where
such insurance is compulsory.
2. Undei the scheme a standard form of
Internaiion;l Motorlnsurance card will be
1 provided hy a Bureau set up by Ilotor In-
surers in eaci participating country. In.
surers in these countries will issue cards
to any of their policy holders intending to
visit countries in which motor insurance is


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1953


compulsory and such evidence of insurance
is required Arriigements have been
made for the corresponding Bureau in
any country visited t) hand e and settle
on behalf of the issuing Bureau and the
authorised insur, r, any third party claims
against the visitor which may arise in that
country. Foreign branches of British
Authorised Insurers will be in a position
to issue the caids of the British Bureau,
Other insurers of countries in which no
Bureau has been set up will, if they
desire, be able to enter into arrangements
with members of the British or some
other Bureau to enable them to issue the
cards of that Bureau.
3 From March ist, 1953, motoring
visitors to the United Kingdom not hold-
ing an International Motor Insurance
Card expressed to have validity in Great
Britain and Northern Ireland will be
required to take a British policy of insur-
ance.
4. The Motor Insurers Bureau intend
to give world-wide publicity to the scheme
to enable insurers of all countries wh6
wish to do so, to make arrangement for
the provision of the International Cards
for any policy holders proposing to visit
countries where these are required.
5. Prospective rrotoring visitors to the
United Kingdom are therefore advised to
obtain the necessary International card
from their insurers.
Ref. 229/53
March 17th, 1953.

No. 92
BRAZILIAN CONSULAR
REPRESENTATION

WITH reference to Gazette Notice dated
November 17th, 1950, it is notified for
general information that Sefior Jose
Gomide Junior, Brazilian Consul de
carri6re" in Port of Spain. has been
transferred to the Brazilian Consulate in
Cadiz.
Ref. 1293/49
March 20th, 1953.

No. 93
ARGENTINE CONSULAR
REPRESENTATION
IT is notified for general information
that Senor Don [Iernando Taurel has been
appointed as Consul-General of the Argen-
tine Republic in London in place of
Sefier Lawson, with jurisdiction in-
cluding the United Kingdom Over-
seas Territories not already within the
district of an Argentine consular officer"
and with general jurisdiction over the
district of the Argentine consular officer
at Hong Kong.
Ref. 1008/50
March 20th, 1953.


No. 94
VISIT OF HER ROYAL
HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS
ROYAL TO THE WEST INDIES

THE following telegrams are pub-
lished for general information :-
1. Telegram sent to the Governor
of Trinidad.
P1lase pass following message to
Her Royal Highness the Princess
Royal :
On behalf of the people of the
Windward Islands I send you greet-
ings and good wishes for a pleasant
and successful tour cf the British
Caribbean. It is very much regretted
that circumstances do noc permit your
including these Islands in your
itinerary on the occasion ".
2. Telegram received from the
Governor of Trinidad.
Her Royal Highness the Princess
Royal has seen your telegram and will
be grateful if you will convey her Royal
Highness' thanks for the greetings
and good wishes of the people of the
Windward Islands. She shares their
regrets that her obligations in this
coronation year entail her itinerary
being shorter than she could have
wished.
Ref. 259/53
March 23rd, 1953.

No. 95
ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINT-
MENT

IT is notified for general information
that His Honour HENRY LAURENCE LINDO,
Administrator, will be proceeding to
Jamaica on short leave from April 13th to
April 27th, 1953.
2. His Excellency the Acting Governor
has been pleased to appoint the Honour
able L. ACHILLE PINARD, Assistan
Administrator, to act as Administrator
during the absence from the Colony of
Mr. LINDO.
Ref. C 44/53
March 24th, 1953.

No. 96
APPOINTMENTS
Low, S., appointed Surveyor, Agricultura
Department, (Forest Service) on 3
years probation.
26th February, 1953.
458/52










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1953


GUISTE, L., Nurse. G.S.O. Class III, Nurse
Midwife, St. Joseph, appointed G.S.O
Class Il, Nurse. Roseau Hospital.
Ist February. 1953.
WIILIAMS, C., Nurse, G.SO. Class ill,
Roseau Hospital, appointed Nurse-
Midwife, G.S 0. Class III, St Joseph
1st February, 1953.
24th March, 1953


No. 97
DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCE
THIE ACTING GOVERNOR


WITH reference to Gazette Notice No.
69 of March Ilth, it is notified for gene-
ral information that His Excell ncy
WALTERt FLEMING COUTTS, M BE Acting
Governor and I'ommander-in-Chief of the
Windward I-lands. and Mrs CouTIs, left
the Colony today, Wenesday, March 2;ith.
1953
681 51
March 25th, 1953.


No 98
ELECTION OF THE HONOURABLE
N. IJEFFERS AS MAYOR OF' ROSEAU

IT is notified for general information
that at a meeting of the R.seau Town
Council held on March ISth,1953. the Hon-
ou able N.A. JIbFFERS, was duiy elected
Chairman of the Roseau Town Iouncil &
Mayor of Roseau vice the Honourable J
BULLY who has resigned as Chairman.
633/50
March 25th, 1953.


No. 99
TRANSFERS
BELI.OT, P., Nurse. G.S.O. Class III,
Roseau Hospital. transferred to
Grand Bay Hosp tai,
1st, February, 1953
LARONDE, M.. Nurse, G S.O. Class II
Grand Bay Hospital transferred to
Portsmouth Hospital.
1st February, 1953.
SKERRET, M., Nurse, G.S.O. Class IV.
Portsmouth Hospital, transferred to
Roseau Hospital.
1st. February, 19,3.


No. 100
RESIGNATION
CASIMIR, A., Nurse, G.S.O. Class IV,
Roseau Hospital, resigned appoint-
ment.
31st December, 1952.
Ref. 246/52


No. 101
LEAVE
FRANCIS Mrs. EDITH, (.S.O. Class III,
Medical De')partment, leave without
pay from Mai ch 4th to May 4th, i953,
inclusive.
E. 471.
ROBEIlrs, Mrs. MYRLE, Third Class Clerk,
Agricultural Department, vacat'i r
leave from March 2n:i to April 4th,
1953. inclusive, and leave without pay
from 5th to 30th April, 1li53. inclu-ive.
E. 713.
Py Command
VICTOR C. Jossi
(oULcrnItmelit Secretary

Departmental and other
Notices

PUBLIC WORKS DEPART-
ME IE T
NOTI CE

CONSUME.S of electric current are heie-
by notified that in accordance wih WRule
No. 2 of 8. IL & 0 No. 19 of 1944 the
Director of Works may wtho..t further
notice discontinue the supply of elect icily
to any consumer whose account is in
arrears and for re-cornecting a service
which has been so discontinued a charge
of two shillings shall be made. "

TENDERS are invited for the pur-
chase of an Old Chevolet Truck in the
Public Works Department yard at
Portsmouth.
Bids m ist be enclosed in sealed en-
velopes marked '-Tender for P.W.D.
Truck and addressed to the directorr
of Works, Public Works Department,
Roseau. Dominica.
Bids will be received up to 3 p.m.
on Monday thte 13th April, 1953.
G A GRANT,
J ir,.lur of ll",,ri:'.
17th March, 19533

TREASURY L'EPARTIviENT
N 0 T I C F:
IMPORTATION OF COI'.,NATION
SOUVENIRS EI'C.

IT is hereby notified that the Governor.
in-Council by virtue of powers vested in
him by Section 17A of the Customs Import
and Export Tariff Consoiidation Ordi.
nance, 1930 has decided to aive Import
Duty on the importation of all articles
suitable for use or in connection with tlle
celebration or commemoration of the
Coronation of Her Majesty the Queen or
as souvenirs of the occasion.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY MARCH 26, 1953


The above concession will apply only to
articles consisting of or bearing a repre-
sentation of Her Majesty, any member of
the Royal Fa'iily, the Royal Cypher, the
Royal Arms, any Royal emblem, escut-
cheon, badge, crest, armorial bearings or
insignia, articles otherwise associated with
the coronation such as flags and bunting
and will be subject to the following
conditions :-
(a) That the Collector of Customs is
satisfied thatthe goods are imported in
connection with the Coronation celebra-
tions and qualify for exemption of
Import Duty.
(b) That the goods are imported from
a country whcse goods qualify for pre.
ferential treatment.
(c) That where such goods are offered
for sale to the Public, invoices and
other documents in support of the sale
price shall be submitted to the Con-
troller of Supplies prior to the sale being
effected to ensure that the concession
is passed to the consumer.
(d) The concession will apply up to
and including 1st June, 1953.,
]7th March, 1952.
J. BULLY,
Financial Secretary,



INCOME TAX

ALL persons (not being Public
Officers), and all bodies Politic,
Corporate or Collegiate, Frater-
nities, Fellowships or Societies
residing or carrying on business
in this Colony, whose income
derived from all sources during
the year 1952 amounted to the
sum of Four hundred and Eighty
Dollars and upwards, are hereby
reminded that under the Income
Tax Ordinance 1925, a true and
correct return of the said income
is to be submitted to the Comp-
troller of income Tax, Income
Tax Office, Roseau, on or before
the 31st day of March, 1953.
2. Failure to comply will lead
to action being taken in accord-
ance with the provisions of the
Income Tax Ordinance, 1925.
J. BULLY,
Chairman,
Income lax Commissioners.
18th March, 1953.


FOUND

A 10ft. boat, (dingy) apparently
the tender to a sailing vessel found in
the vicinity of the Pointe Michel Cliffs
on the night of 9th January, 1953,
has been delivered into the custody of
the Receiver of Wrecks. Any person
laying claim to the above described
boat is requested to communicate with
me not later than the 30th April 1953,
after which date the, boat will be of-
fered for sale by public auction.
The boat may be inspected by ar-
rangement with the Senior Customs
Officer, Roseau.
J. BULLY,
Receiver of Wrecks

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT

NOTICE
APPLICATIONS are invited to fill five
vacant posts of Conservation Instructor
witv the Departmeitr of Agriculture
Monthly salary at a flat rate of $60.00 per
month Conservation Instructions wi 1 be
required to live in any Village in Dominica
The work involves long hours carrying out
inspections in the heights and liaison with
those I'easants squatting on (rown Lands
or desirous of buying Crown Lands
Appointment for the first Six month's, one
week's notice on either side. Thereafter
one month's notice. The post Is not
pensionable.
Applicants should write to the Chief
Forest Officer, Forestry Office, Roseau by
April 15th giving details of age, Educa-
tional qualification and experience. No
person without some agricultural experi-
ence, or under the age of 21 can be consi.
dered. Persons who have already applied
but who have not been refused a post
should apply again.
J A N. BURRA
Assistant Conservator of Forests
for Chief Forest Oflicer.


ROSEAU TOWN COUNCIL
Minutes of Meeting held on
December 22nd, 1952
AT a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun.
cil held this day, there were present:-
Mr. L.F.C. Royer Chairman
Hon. John Bully,
Mr. G.A. Grant,
Mr. J.H C. Grell
Mr. G.A. James,
Mr. Musgrave M. Edwards
Absent:-Dr. W. Steiger,
Mr. John Laronde











OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

Minutes: Minutes of the meetings of the
Roseau Town Council held on the 12th
and 17th December. 1952 were read,
amended and confirmed.
rh'olr..4shi: Arising out of the minutes
Mr Grell stated that at a meeting of the
Council held on the 20th August, 1952 it
was decided that the Principal of the Con-
vent High School be written to informing
her that the Scholarship of Corinthia Eugi
would be held in abeyance until such time
as she could continue her studies. That
was done but'apparently Corinthia Eugi's
parents were not informed accordingly
it was decided that a copy of the letter
s nt to the Principal, Convent High School
be forwarded to the parents for their in-
formation.
1'olut, rcr lFire J 'ri, tide: I better frc;o
Messrs J A.M. Trotter and Ashley Martin.
employees of the Roseau Town C(uncil,
were read asking for permission to join
the Volunteer Fire -Brigade.
It was resolved that, the applications be
granted subject to review.
IV'io.r Prlk: A letter dated 19th De-
cember, l9S2 from the ecri-tary Don.ini-
ca Trade Union asking permission for the
use of the Windsor Park on Sunday. 11th
January. 1953, for tile purpose of celebia-
ting the 8th Anniversary of the Dominica
Trade Union was read.
It was resolved that the application be
granted.
Fhe K'ltraie &mol.ars'.ip E.,miauatlon 1952:
A letter dated 19th December. 1952
from the Education Officer was read tor-
warding the paas iisr of pupils who wrote
the Sncharship Examination for free en-
trance to Secondary schools in R',seau.
The Education Officer, who was invited,
was present and gave the Council certain
required information.
It was decided that the Town Clerk
should investigate the financial circum-
stances of the parents of the scholarship
winners and report to the Council
The Council lose
Confirmed this 21st day of January, 1.53
J. BULLY,
(Chirm ni i,
Roseau Town Council.


Minutes of Meeting held on
December 29th, 1952
AT a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun-
cil held this day, there were present:--
Hon. John Bully,
Dr. W Steiger,
Mr. G A. (rant.
Mr. G A. James.
Mr. Bully, seconded by Mr. Grant,
moved that Mr. James do act as Chairman
for the meeting.
The motion was put to the vote and
carried.
Mr James took the Chair.
The Chairman stated that the meeting
had been convened to elect a Chairman in
place of Mr. L. F. C. Royer who had ie.


THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1953.


82


signed as a Member of the Roseau Town
Council.
Mr Grant moved that Mr. Bully be
elected Chairman.
Dr Steiger sreonnded the motion
The motion was put to time vote and
cr led
Mr. Bully thereupon took the Chair and
thanked the members for the confidence
placed in him
A meeting for the consideration of the
Estimates of Revenue nnd Expenditure
for the year 195' was fixed to be held 1n
Wednesday, tihe 7ih Janutary, 195.1 at
4 p in.
The ('onncil rose.
Confirmed this 21st (lay of Jannary,

J. BULLY.

Roseau Town councill

Minutes of Meeting lhe!ld
.laluary 7th. 1952
AT a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun-
cil held this day there were present: -
Hon John iull y, (hairmn
Dr. W Steiger.
Mr. (;. A. Grant.
The Chairman stated that the meeting
hai been convened for tlie consideratim
of the Draft Estimates of jR-venue nrld
Expeniiiture for the financial year 195:.
He also mentioned tl.at the Estimate?,
after being pepared and passed by the
Itoseau Town 4 council were to be utl:-
mit ted too the (oveinor-in-Council f')r at:-
pr-val in the month of January, 1953 as
provided for in the Roseau T iown Council
(Amendment) Ordinance 1952.
Drift EI iotl e.: The Council resolve P
its-lf into a Commnittee of the whole
councill to consider the Drafr Estinates
of Revenue and expenditure for tne year
195"3.
The Draft Estimates of fRevenue
amrountiri to $"8.899 00 was considered,
item by item, airendeid and passed.
Head I. 'ensior.s anuntirg to $2,315
was agreed to
Head. 2 Administration.
It was decided that the subhead "Office
Expenses' which included an amount fr
Ollic Externion be reduceil from $300 0(
to $100.00 and provision for ()Ofice Extei-
sion be made under Head "Extraordinary
Expenditure "
The total expenditure of ,;$.420) under
Head 2. Administration was agreed to
Head :3. Sar:tation.
Thesubhead "Upkeep Carts, Harness
and Motor Cails" was reduced froill
$700.00 to $2(00 0:).
The total expenditure r of $20,573 00
under Head 3. Sanitation was agreed to.
She following expenditures were agreed
to: -
Head 4. Streets $6,656
Head 5. Water & Sewerage 2,os
I-eadi 6. Markets- 43
Heal 7. Public Cemetary.
The subhead "Upkeep -'ubtic Cemeta-y'
under Head 9 Miscellaneous was made a
separate head.
The total expenditure of $8) 00 under
Head 7. Public ( emetary was agreed to,.
Head 8 W'incdsor P-ark.
The subhead "Upkeep Windsor Pa k"
under l-lean 9. MiscellaneoLus was malde
a separate head.











83 OFFICIAL GAZETTE,

The total expenditure of $900.00 under
Iead S. Windsor l'ark was agreed to.
Head 9. Miscellaneous, amounting t-
$3,140.00 was agreed to.
Head 10. Grants, amounting to$276.00
was agreed to
Heal 11. 'xtrrordinary Expenditure.
It was decided that the extension of the
Town Council Office was necessary and
a subhead "Office Furniture and Conver-
sion" was included.
The total expenditure of $1,526 under
Head 11 Extraordinary Expenditute was
agreed to.
The Committee rose and the Council re-
sumed and the Chairman reported that
the Estimates of Revenue amounting to
$38,999 and Expenditure $45,880 had been
passed in Committee
The report was confirmed.
The Council then rose.
Confirmed this 21st day of January,
1953.
J. BULLY
Chairman.
Roseau Town Council

Minutes of Meeting held on
21st January 21st, 1953.
AT a meeting of the Roseau Town Coun-
cil held this day, there were present: -
Hon. John Bully, Chairman,
Dr W. Steiger.
Mr. G. A James,
Absent:-Mr. (. A. Grant.
A letter No. 633,50 of the 20th January,
1953 from His Honour the Administrator
was read declaring Mr. George Alphonsus
James to have been duly elected as a Mem-
ber of the Council.
Mr. James presented his qualification to
be a Member, took the Oath of Member.
ship and his seat.
Miniutes:-- Minutes of the Meetings of
the Roseau Town Council held on the 22nd
December, 29th December, 1952 and 7th
January, 1953, copies of which had been
previously forwarded to Members were
confirmed.
Vote for :,rpnl,'t ,: Accounts and Pay
Lists for payment amounting to $4,298.76
were laid on the table.
It was resolved that the vote for Ex-
penditure be allowed to lie on the table
until the Accounts and Pay Lists are ex-
amined by the Accounts Committee.
Messrs. James and Bully were appoint.
ed members of the Accounts Committee
Statement of the Town Fund: Statement of
the Town Fund for the month of Decem-
ber was read showing a credit balance of
$2,048.58 on the 31st December, 1952.
Reports: The Town Clerk's Report,
which had been previously forwarded to
Members. was laid on the table.
The Meat Inspector's Report for the
month of December was read.
The Chief Sanitary Inspector's Report
for the month of December, which had
been previously forwarded to members,
was laid on the table.


THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1953

Terminal Report of the Scholarship
Holder for the Michaelmas Term at the
Wesley High School was taken up
Letter from the Manager of the Wesley
High School, recommending the extension
of the Scholarship to Janet James for a
further year was read.
It was resolved that the recommenda-
tion be approved.
IV',t,, bS(.rcv: Applications of Irene
Etienne, Gertrude Cadeau and Rosetta
Bell to connect their premises to the Wa-
ter System of the Town were read.
It was resolved that the applications be
granted on the condition that adequate
provision was made for the escape of
waste water
Goo,, ill Bwch.: A letter dated 13th De.
cember, 1952 from Mr. Ayoub Dib asking
to rent the passage between his lot and
the lot formerly rented by Mr. Samuel on
the Goodwill Beach was read.
It was resolved that the application be
refused.
i of S'reo.s: The Town Cleck point-
ed out that, in accordance with section 7
of By-Law No. I of 19 17, it aIs utmto'nary
on Carnival days to close cerLain Streets
in the Town of Roseau to wheeled trallic,
between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p m.
for the protection and convenience of the
public.
It was resolved t'at the fo lowing
streets oe closed to wheeled traffic from
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Mlond 'y and Tuesday
the 16th aid 17th Februa'y, 933, name.
ly:- King George V. Street fromn the
angle with Old Street to Queen Mary
Street; Queen Mary Street from angle
with King George V Str-et to New St;
New Street from angle with Queen Mary
Street to Old Street; Old ;treet from an-
gle with New Street to King George V
Street; Cork Street from angle with Old
St eet to Queen Mary Street; and Great
George Street from angle of.King George
V. -treet to New Street.
Itrsoli tion: Mr James, seconded by Dr
Steiger, moved the following Resolution:
Whereas under Section 89 of the Roseau
Town Council Ordinance (No. 23 of '9;7)
it is ordained that the Roseau Town
Council shall twice in eact year not later
than the 31st day of January and the 3 st
day of July, by Resolution, declare that a
rate not exceeding one and one quarter
per cent on 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 21st day of January, 1953,
that a rate of one per cent 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,












OFFICIAL GAZETTE,


The Resolution was put to the vote and
carried.
[ncreirts; of Salary: A letter dated 8th
January, 1951 from rolomon Scotland,
Foreman Scavenging Gang was read. ask-
ing that his salary be paid monthly in-
stead of weekly and that his salary be in.
creased.
It was resolved that the application be
referred to the F'nance Committee for
consideration and report.
The following applications were recom.
mended to the Central Housiny Authority
as complying with the provisions of the
Buildings Hy-Law: -
Gwendolyn Robin To extend a one-
storied dwelling house in Queen Mary St.
Farrell Richards:- To raise a one
storied dwelling house to two stories in
Upper Lane.
Marie A. 'eltier- To extend a two
storied dwelling house in Ship streett
A. A. Baron & Co.-- To remove a
house from Old Street to Goodwill Beach.
Application of Mrs Clarence Et:enne to
erect an Aerated Water Factory in Castle
Street was read.


THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1953. 84

It was resolved that the application be
referred to the Medical Officer of Health.
The following applications under the
Buildings By-law were approved by the
Council:
c, A. lellot To erect a Garage in
Hillshorough Street.
Anianda Popo- To erect a Kitchen on
Goodwlill Road, Pottersville.
The following applications were disap-
proved: -
Marie (Coriette- To erect a dwelling
h use in King's Iane.
Gertrude Roberts- To extend a zwo-
storied dwelling house in King's Lane.
Ralph ( ockrane To erect a dwelling
house in a yard in River Street.
'il l.iu 't :ir Pl'rpr'ties.: The list of
new Properties and additions to proper-
ties built during the year 1952 was laid
before thJ Meeting, and the properties
were valued for taxation.
The Council rose.
Confirmed this 18th day of February,

J. BULLY,
( hnirljnl,
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ETEOROLOGIAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANICAL GARDENS, DOINICA.
METEOROLOGI(AL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANICAL GARDENS, DOMINICA.


Date
1953.


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THERMOMETER.


Dry. Wet.

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


79 75 73
79 75 73
85 73 74
85 73 76
86 74 76
86 75 75
80 73 75
81 74 75
81 75 70
82 75 71
78 72 71
18 72 70


Barometer
Corrected.
Relative Thermometer. 'Reduced to 32 Fh Rainfall for the
Humidity. and Sea Level. aifa. Year 1953.
I I *


9a.m. 3p.m. Max'm. Min'm. 9 a m. 3 pm.



85 72 85 73 01 2993
85 72 85 73 30.02 29 9
84 53 85 73 29.98 29 93
84 60 85 73 '9.99 ,9.93
76 59 86 73 3000 29.93
80 56 86 73 30 00 2993
39 76 85 73 3001 2993
89 76 86 73 i 30.01 29.93
85 60 85 73 3000 2997
89 53 84 72 30.01 29.96
85 67 82 73 3001.. 9 995
89 64 83 73 1 30 12 2991
74 67 84 73 i 3002 29.96
67 57 85 70 30.02 9 96
67 57 85 70 3( 02 29.96
64 57 85 73 30.02 29 98
64 57 84 74 30.02 2999
100 64 83 73 30 (2 9 99
94 76 83 74 30 02 29.9
74 76 82 3 2999 0 02
89 72 83 73 30.01 29.98
89 F5 19 73 30.21 30.16
70 60 83 75 : 0 (6 30.08
70 57 83 73 20.11 20.04
89 64 80 73 3;, ( 6 30 00
94 67 83 73 ,0.07 3.0.04
84 64 83 7i 10 30.(CO
70 64 85 73 30 (0 29 96


.00 J
(:0 F
.02
.1 0
.07
.28
.22
.00
.00
.00
.00
.15
.00
.00
.00
.20
.00
.15
1.16
1 16
1.02
.13
.00
.06
.12
.00
.11
.04

4.89


M. P. 224/50


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Feb. 1 Sun. 78
,, 2j Von. 78
3 Tues. 76
4 Ned. 76
,, 5 Thurs. 79
,, 6 Fri. 79
7 Sat. 75
,,8 Sun. 76
,, 9 Mon. 78
,, 10 Tues, 77
,, 11 Wed. 75
12 Thurs. 75
13' ri. 75
14 Sat. 78
15 Sun. 78
16 Mon. 78
,, 17 Tues. 78
,, 18 "' 72
19 Thurs. 76
20 Fri. 75
21 Sat. 77
22 Sun. 73
23 Mon. 75
24 I'es. 76
25 Ved. 71
26 Ph'irs. 7'
,, 27 Fri. 76
,,28 Sat. 76


Rainfall for the
Year 1952.


t.s. Ins. Pts Mths. Ins. I ts.


anuary 3.94 January 1.85
'ebruary 4. 891 February 1 59
Total 8. 3i Total 3 44


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