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VOL. LXXVI ROSEAU, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1953. No. 26
Low, Mr. S appointed Surveyor. Agri.
cultural Department Forest Service)
on contract for 3 years.
26th February, 1953.
(To be substituted for Gazette Notice
No. 96 of March 26th, 1953.
24th March, 1953
CARBON, F. P., District Instructor. Agri.
cultural Department, vacation leave
from March 16th to April 20th, 1953,
JOSEPH, H C., Forest Guard, Forest Ser-
vice, vacation leave from April 7th to
April 22nd, 1953, inclusive.
LUNDELL. MARIE, Senior Health Visitor,
Public Health Department, vacation
leave from April, 2nd to May 6th,
PHILLIP, DAVID, Third Class Clerk, Ad,
ministrator's Office, vacation leave
from April 1st to May 21st, 1953,
PETERS, Miss URSULA. Telephone Opera-
tor, G.S O. Class II, Public Works
Department, vacation leave from
April 8th to April 23rd, 1953, inclusi% e.
R RBNSON. Mrs. EULA. Telephone Op)'ra-
tor, G.S.O. (lass 11., Public W',rks
Department, vacation leave fiem
April I th to May 30th, 1953. inclusive.
BOYER, Mrs IltUI, Tel-phone Operator,
G.S O. Class J,Public Works I[eiant.
ment, vacation leave from March
25th to April 20th, 1953, inclusive.
SHAW. V L, Second ('lass (lerk, l'ost
Office, vacation leave from April Ist
to July 3rd, 1953, inclusive.
PRICE CONTROL BOARD
IN accordance with the provisions of
section 33 of the. Prices Control Order
1917 (Section 3 of the Prices Cor rol
(Amendment No. 1 Order, 197--S.R. & 0
1947, No. 54), His Honour the Adminis-
trator has been pleased to constitute the
Prices Control Board for a period of one
year as from February 1st, 1~53, as'
The Competent Authority (Chairiman)
,, Labour Officer, (Ex-Offieer)
, The Controller of Supplies
Hon R. Auztin Winston Represietiug
Mrs. P. K. Agar 'the interests of
Hon. J. O. Airdl
Ref. 868 47
March 31st, 195
) Representing 'nii.
Esq. ) mercial inter sts
-: GF. WiA4 -GAZP WE. THUR3,*Y- A?, RIL 2, 1953
LABOUR STATISTICS-COST OF LIVING
THE Administrator directs the public'
tion for general information of the
following Cost of Living Index. igurje.a
compared with September, 1939, taken as
All Items 399
Food only 389
Ref No. 125/53
March 31st, 1953
ST. VINCENT GOVERNMENT AIR
IT is announced for general information
that Messrs. H H.V. WHITCHURCH, Ltd.,
have given notice of their intention to
cease acting as local agents for the St.
Vincent Government Air Service ("The
Goose") with effect from May- 1st, 1953,
and that Picard Estates. Ltd., have been
appointed to undertake these duties as
from that date.
March 25th, 1953.
VICTOR C. Josse
Departmental and other
There will be sold by Public Auction at
the Customs House, Roseau on the 23rd
April, 1953 the following goods seized by
Dominica Trade and Revenue Ord.
No. 5 of 1949 Sections 68 and 69:
32 bottles Brandy
3 Cases black leaf tobacco
1 M.T. Cask.
March 5th, 1953.
IMPORTATION OF CORONATION
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 Consolidation Ordi'
nance, 1930 has decided to waive Import
Duty on the importation of all articles
suitable for use or in connection with the
celebration or commemoration of the
Coronation of Her Majesty the Queen or
as souvenirs of the occasion.
The above concession will apply only to
articles consisting of or bearing a repre-
sentation of Her Majesty, any member of
the Royal Family, 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
(a) 'That the Collector of Customs is
satisfied that the goods are imported in
connection with the Coronation celebra-
tions and qualify fur exemption of
(b) That the goods are imported from
a country whose goods qualify for pre.
(c) That where such goods are offered
fur 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.
17th March, 1952.
F QO. ND .
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
Receiver of Wrecks
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Tenders are invited for the purchase of
the following horsekind:-
(a) One Thoroughbred Stallion
(b) One half bred Colt
(c) One She Mule
(d) One Jack Donkey.
(a) The Thoroughbred Stallion. "Rose
Garland," is of Irish thoroughbred Blood
Line out of Roselake sired by Feliqitation.
The Stallion is 14 years old and rising 16
hands. He was trained.jn Ireland by H
Wellesly and was owned by Lord Glento:
ran. He won the Shandon Plate at Mal.
low and the Anglesey Stakes at the
Cudragh Ireland at two years. At three
years he won the match race in Hi
. .v -"t~rr 4.**
OFFICIAL, 'GAZTW5 THITRIbDAY,- APRIL 2, 195g. 96
Maiesty's~Plate at Galway over a distance
of two miles.
Imported to the West Indies in 1942,
He roaedlithreetimes in Trinidad. Pur.
chased by Doit$ilte Ine 1944 for Stud
servifas he has several ol~tandiw -ptv6.&
genies to his credit. Hissire Felicitation
won 8 races including the Ascot Gold Cup,
Churehill Stakes, Jockey Club Cup,
valued at 14. 67s. He is vigorous as a
Sire and4is being offered for sale only to
avoid uncontrolled Imbreeding.
,Brown chestnut in colourr
two years old and standing over 13 hands.
He is out of an imported half bred Mare
Goldflake, by Rose Garland.
(b) The Jack Donkey
A half bred Ken-
tucky Jack, age 7 years, Mouse colour
standing 13 hands.
(d) The Mwe'
Dark brown, 14 hands,
useful for pack purposes,
(e) Applications should he marked "Ten-
der for Horsekind'' ani -ddressed to the
Agricultural Superintendent, Roseau,
Dominica, to rsach 'him not later thaf ;
June 30tn, 1953, who does not bind him'
self to accept the highest or any tender.
TENDERS are invited for the purchase
of tne following: items at the Goodwill..
(1) 1 Fletcher Water Mill
(2) 1 Water Wheel
(3) 1 Mislies Steamiill with S/Engine
(4) 1 Ram Stiila a Coils (Steam jacket-
<5) 8 WallabaVats &.2 native wood vats
(6) 2 Oak Vats. (unassembled).
(7) 2 Steam Pumps. .
2. Applications marked "Goodwill
Tender" should be addressed to-the Agri_
cultural Superintendent, Department f
Agriculture, Roseau not later than the
20th April, 1953.
3. The Government does not bind itself
to accep heth4bighbsfor any tetaer.
March 23rd 1953
L LIVESTOCK NOTICE.
Sales of Animals by Public Auction
The following animals will be offered
for sale by Public Auction to beheld at
the Goodwill Estate at 11 a.m. in the fore.
noon on Thursday 9th April:-
3 Holstein Cows
3 Bull Calves
1 Berkshire Sow.
2. The animals ray be inspected at the
Goodwill Estate between the hours of
7 a. m. and 5 p.m. daily and details con-
cerning ,them may be had'fromt the Lve.
stock Officer or the Farin Manager 'hida-
3. Terms of sale'wili be cash oh deli, .
and animals must be removed direetTy"
after the sale
BMSWil rilrlathM..'iaM""'-"?"'"-' "-- *
ST. G.C-'COO ER '
APPLICATIONS1T.e invited to fill five
vacant posts of Conservati6n Ipstruct.r
wit'i the Department of Agriculture
Monthly salary at a flat rate of $60.00 per
month. Conservation Instructions wi'l be
required to live in.aiiy Village in Dominica.
The work involves longhours carrying out
inspections in t h heights and lias&n with
those Peasants sqiuatting op'Crown La.nls
or desirous of buying Crown 'Liids
Appointment for the first Six mon't'isone
week'sn,,tice on either ;'sld3. T 'ereaftet
one month's notice. The post Is nqo,
Applicants should write to the Chi~f
Forest Officer, Forestry OMfice, Roseau by
April 15th giving details of age, Educa-
tional qualification ani experience. No
Versea without sp ne agricultural experi-
ence. or under the age of 21 can be consi.
*dered. Per~eies who bave already applied
but who have not bee& refused a post
: hould-apply again. -.::; .. '.:
J.A -N. BURAiA."
Assistant Coasrivaioi. of Porests
fur Chief Forest Officer.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPART-
CONSUMefr of electrti~~cuent are here
by notified that in accordance with l:ule
No. 12of S. R. & O. No. 19 of 1944 the
SDirector of Works may without further
notice discontinue the supply of elect icily
to any consumer whose account is in
arrears and for re-connecting a service
which has been so discontinued a charge
of two shillig-saha m-ranade. "
TENDERS are invited for the pur-
chase of an Old Chevolet Truck in thd
Public Works Department yard at
Bids must be enclosed in sealed en-
velopes marked 'Tender for P.W.D.
Truck and addressed to the tiirector
of Works, Public Works Department,
Bids will be received up to 3 p.m.
on Monday the 13th April, 1953.
G A. GRANT,.
S h M, -1l 'rector of 11 urk.i.
17th March, 1953,
STHE SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY
LIMITED, of Welwyn Garden City, Hert-
fordshire, England. has applied for the
a'istration of one trade mark consistinq
of ihe following word :-
in Class 42, that is to say, substances used
as food or as ingredients in food.
The applicant claims that it has been
using the said trade mark in respect of
the said goods for ten years before the
22nd day of December 1952.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica
OAcial Gazette, give notice in duplicate.
at the Trade Marks Office. Dominica, of
THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1953.
opposition to the registration of the said
T. A. BOYD,
Registrar of T',ade Marks
DOM IN ICA
Agent :- -.
C A. H. )upigny, Esq.,
It is hereby notified for general inform-
ation that Bay Street, between Drury
Lane and Hillsbo-ough Street. will be
closed to traffic (vehicle and pedestrian)
from 30th March to 31st Dece:nher, 1953,
during the period of construction of the
2. Traffic may also be occasionally
disturbed in Bay Street, between Snip
Street and New Street.
N -O- ICE
THE Inspector of Weights and Measures will attend at the Police Stations men-
tioned below on the dates and at the time stated for the purpose of veryfying all
weights, measures and weighing machines used in trade in the various districts
stated hereunder :-
POLICE HEADQUARTERS-Monday, 20th April, 1953, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday, 21st ,, ,, and
Wednesday, 22nd ,, ,
Thursday, 23rd ,, .. .. 2 p m. to 4 nm
24th April, 1953, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
2' ,, 11 a.m. ,, 3p m.
27th ,, 8 a.m. ,, 11 a m.
28th ,, ,, ., 9 a.m ,, noon.
1st May ,, ,, 8 a.m. ,, noon
C. M. ROBERTS.
Ag. Superintendent of Polioe
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFICBI Roseau,-By Authority