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Dominica


Official


Gazette.


pubI i ijb th by v 1 ut bor t p .


VOL. LXXVI


ROSEAU, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953.


No. 39


Government Notices.

No. 169
CORONATION CELEBRATIONS
DOMINICA 1953
THE following Programmes in respect of local Coronation Celebrations
are published for general information :-
ROSEAU


THURSDAY, MAY, 28TH-
10.00a.m. -


MONDAY. JUNE 1ST--
9.00 a.m. --
2.00 p.m. --
TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND-
7.00 a.m. -
8.00 a m. -
10.00 a.m. -

11.00a.m. -
12.00 noon -
3.00 p.m. -
6.30 p.m. -
9.0 p.m. -


10.00 p.m.


Administrator inspects Guard of Honour at
Court House prior to opening of Public Meeting
of Legislative Council for Address of Loyalty to
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
BANK HOLIDAY
March Past of School Children, Girl Guides and
Boy Scouts
Children's Sports
BANK HOLIDAY
Joy Bells, all Churches
Services in all Churches
Ceremonial Parade at Botanic Gardens -
Police Force, Grammar School Cadets,
. ominica Legion
Special Meeting of The Roseau Town Council to
pass an Address of Loyalty,
Dinner for the Poor
Pageant arranged by Dominica Arts Society
" At Home Government House.
Illuminations at night (including Fireworks
Display at Windsor Park)
Bonfire


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3RD- BANK HOLIDAY
8.00 a.m.
6.00 p.m. Carnival
Illuminations at night.
Bonfire
3.f.? 7) P4








OFFICIAL. GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953


MONDAY, JUNE 1ST-
9.00 a.m. -


2.00 ptm. -
TUESDAY,. JUNE 2ND--
7.00 a.m. -
8.00 a.m. -
10.00 a.m. -


12.00 noon -
8.30 p.m. -


PORTSMOUTH
BANK HOLD Y
Assembly of School Children at Park
Address by District Officer Northern District
March around Town, Refreshments at schools.
Sports for School Children
BANK HOLIDAY
Joy Bells
Services in all Churches
Parade at Park
Meeting of T'own Board to pass Address of
Loyalty
Dinner for the Poer
Torchlight procession, Fireworks at Park


WEDNESDAY JUNE 3RD- BANK HOLIDAY
8 00 a.m.
8 00 a. in. Carni'vat
6.00 p.m. Carnival

THURSDAY, JUNE 4TH-
2.00 p.m. -- Regatta and Aquatic Sports for Adults


MARIGOT DISTRICT


MONDAY, JUNE 1sT-
9.00 am. -


BANK HOLIDAY
Assembly of School Children in all ?eho,-)l'oonis
for Patriotic Sartgs, Recitations and Speeci:es


12 00 noon R2areshments
1.00 p.m. Athletic Sports
TUESDAY. JUNE 2ND- BANK HOLIDAY
7.00 a.m. Joy Bells
8.00 a.m. Sevices in all Churches
10.00 am.. March Pastof Boy Scouts, Boys' 1Irig:cle ;ir (.i-c;t-.
11.30 a m. Meeting of Viiiage Board to pass, Al,-ire.s (fl L,,vilty
12 00 noon Dinner for the Poor
8.00 p.m Bonfire
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3RD BANK HOLI)A Y
8. 00 a.m. Carnival
6.00 p.rn Car



GRAND BAY DISTRICT


MONDAY, JUNE 1ST -
b.00 a.m. -

TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND-
7.00 a.m -
9.00 a.m. -
10.00 a.m. -

11.30 a.m. -
8.00 p.m.-


BANK HOLIDAY
Service in Church for School Children
Sports in the afternoon for Scho.1 Children.
B-\NK HOLIDAY
Joy Bells
Service in Church
Procession to Grandbay Police Station yard
March Past--Address of Loyalty
Dinner for the Poor
Torchlight procession in Village (Berricoa).


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3RD-- BANK HOLIDAY
8.00 a.m.
6.00 p.m. t Carnival
THURSDAY, JUNE 4TH--
10.00 a m. -- Sperts for Adults.
2. Programmes for other Villages have been prepared and will be-
undertaken by elected members of Legislative Council in collaboration with
Village Boards and prominent persons of the Districts
Holidays will be granted to all Schools for the week commencing-
June 1st.
3, The above Programmes supersede those appearing in the Official
Gazette No. 18 of March 7th.
M. P. 527/ 52.
May 22nd, 1953








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953 149

No, 170
LEGISLATION
The following Statutory Rules & Orders are published in this
issue of the Official Gazette for general information:
No. 13 of 1953. A Proclamation.
No. 14 of 1953. An order in Council.
1953 BANK HOLIDAY S.R.O. 13




DOMINICA
STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 13 OF 1953.
BANK HOLIDAY
PROCLAMATION APPOINTING MONDAY, IST JUNE, 1953, TUESDAY, 2ND
JUNE, 1953 AND WEDNESDAY, 3RD JUNE, 1953, TO BE B\NK HOLIDAYS.
(Gazptted 22nd May, 1953.)
BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS
PROCLAMATION
H. LINDO,
Admninistratur.
I, considering that it is desirable that Monday, the 1st day of June,
Tuesday, the 2nd diy of June, and Wednesday, the 3rd day of June,
1953, should be observed as Bank Holidays in the Colony of Dominica
and in pursuance of the provisionsof the Bank Holidays Act (Cap. 114)
do hereby, by and with the advice of the Executive Council of the said
Colony, and in exercise of the powers conferred by the Act aforesaid
appoint Monday, the 1st day of June, 1953, Tuesday, the 2nd day
of June, 1953 and Wednesday, the 3rd day of June, 1953, as
special days to be reserved as Bank Holidays in the said Colony,
under and in accordance with the said Act, and I do by this my
proclamation command the said days to be so reserved and kept, and
all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said Colony to order themselves
accordingly.
GIVEN at Government House, Dominica, this 19th day of May,
1953, and in the Second year of Her Majesty's Reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

1953 CARNIVAL ORDER IN COUNCIL, No. 2. S.R.O. 14




DOMINICA

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS NO. 14 OF 1953.
AN ORDER IN COUNCIL
DATED THE 19TH DAY OF MAY, 1953, UNDER THE PEACE
PRESERVATION ACT, 1895, (DOMINICA No. 1 OF 1895) AS
AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME.
(Gazetted 22nd May, 1953)
WHEREAS it is desirable to make provision in accord- I)', Ords.
ance with the terms of the Peace Preservation Act, 1895 (No 12/1 q w
14,1.27
1 of 1895) as amended from time to time for the temporary :/1i8.
suspension on the 3rd day of June, 1953, of certain prohibi-
tions contained in the said Act:-








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953

NOW THEREFORE, the Governor in Council in the
exercise of the powers vested in him in the above recited Act
and by and with the advice of the Executive Council of Dom-
inica doth hereby Order as follows :-
1. This order may be cited as the
Shlrt Title. CARNIVAL ORDER IN COUNCIL, No. 2, 1953.
Masking in 2. That on Wednesday, the 3rd day of June, 1953 per-
public place.
sons decently clothed and conducting themselves in an order-
ly manner may be permitted to wear masks between the
hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. subject to the strict obedience
of the following PROVISO :-
PROVIDED that if any Officer or Non-Commis-
sioned Officer of Her Majesty's Forces or of the Dominica
Police Force shall consider any person so masked to be
behaving in a suspicious, disorderly or improper manner he
may call upon such masked person to remove his mask ac-
cordingly and shall also furnish his name and address if called
upon to do so.
Carrying 3. During the aforesaid permitted hours of the said
Weapons
prohibited. day herein described, NO PERSON SHALL CARRY ANY
LIGHTED TORCH OR BE ARMED WITH ANY WEA-
PON OF ANY DESCRIPTION. The term "Weapon" in
this Order means any article or thing suitable of being used
for offensive purposes, and besides firearms and other wea-
pons ordinarily regarded as lethal or dangerous shall include
such things as clubs, stones and bottles.
Smearing the 4. No person shall smear himself with any paint or col-
Body. during matter whatsoever.

Noisy Instru- 5. No person shall make use of any noisy instruments,
ments. such as a drum or horn before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m. on the
said Carnival day.
6. No person shall discharge, let off, or assist in the
Fireworks.
discharging of, or letting off of, any fireworks (which expres-
sion shall include fireworks locally known as Bombs ") or
anything of a like kind or nature.
7. The wearing of masks shall not be resumed after 6
p.m. on Wednesday, the 3rd day of June, 1953. The Carni-
val of 3rd June, 1953, shall then be deemed to be over and
thereafter all acts, matters and things which the Governor in
Council is empowered by the 4th section of the above Act to
prohibit shall stand and be prohibited until further ORDER
IN COUNCIL.
Extent of Or- 8. This Order extends to the whole of the Colony.
der. Made by the Governor in Council this 19th day of
May, 1953.
E. R. RICHARDS.
Clerk of the Council.
157/53








OFFICIAL GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953 151

No. 152
CORONATION CELEBRATIONS
IT is the earnest desire of the Central Committee and the various Sub
Committees organising the Coronation Celebrations that the Towns and
Villages of this Island should be adequately and suitably decorated for the
occasion.
All citizens of the Towns and Villages are therefore asked to do their
Utmost in decorating and illuminating their houses during the period of
Coronation Ce ebralions.
Ref. M. P. 572/52

No: 171
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
With reference to Gazette Notice No. 161 of May 12th, it is notified for
general information that His Honour the Administrator will inspect a Guard
of Honour at the Court House prior to the special meeting of the Legisla-
tive Council to be held on May 28th at 10 00 a. m. at which an Address of
Loyalty to Her Majesty the Queen will be moved.
2. Heads of Departments and their Officials, Heads of Relig'ous De-
nominations, Consular Officers, Members of Roseau Town Council, Managers
of the ianks, and the general public are invited to attend.
Ref. M. P. 508/5:
May 22nd, 1953.

No 172
CORONATION PARADE-TUESDAY, JU 4E 2nd 1953
DIETAILS of procedure to be followed on the occasion of the Parade
in the Botanic Gardens to celebrate the Coronation of Her Majesty
Queen Elizabeth II :-
1. The Parade will assemb'e at Police Headquarters at 9.15 a.m.
and march to the Botanical Gardens headed by the Music Lovers'
Band,
2. The Parade will be composed of the following units :-
(a) Detachment of the Dominica Police Force--1 Inspector and 38
other ranks.
(b) De'achment of Cadets--Dominica Grammar School-1 Officer
and 38 other ranks.
(c) Detachment of Lominica Legion
(d) Music Lovers' Band.
3. The Parade will be under the command of Officer Commanding
Dominica Police Force. Captain C.M Roberts
4. At 10 a m. His Honour the Administrator will arriveat the Saluting
Base. Union Jack is broken and General Salute is given.
5. His Honour inspecco the Parade and returns to the Saluting Base.
6. Troops March Past in col mn and reform line. Open Order. Right
Dress. Order Arms. Stand at ease.
7. His Honour moves four paces to the left and turns facing the
Saluting Base. (Union Jack is lowered).
8. Royal Standard is broken and Troops give Royal Salute simultane.
ously. (W.iale v-rse of National Anthen is played). Troops
Slope Arms.
9. Troops Advance in Review Order. Royal Salute. Present Arms.
(Whole verse of Notional Anthem is played). Slope Arms. Close
Order. Right dress. Order Arms. Remove headdress.
10 His Honour calls three cheers for Her Majesty The Queen. (Troops
replace headdress).
11 Troops Slope Arms and give Royal Salute as the Royal Standard is
being lowered (Whole verse of National Anthem is played).
12, Union Jack is raised- Hs Honour returns to the Saluting Base.
13. Troops give General Salute and then Order Arms.
14. His Honour leaves.
15. Parade moves off headed by Music Lovers' Band.








]52 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953.

No. 173
PROPOSED ROUTE OF CORON TION PAGEANT.
All Floats to assemble in Victoria Street (outside Library) at 2 p.m.
and Procession to start off at 3 p.m. pre.-isely: win ing its way through
High Street. Bath Road, entering the Botanic Gardens through Western
Gate, proceeding to cricket grounds where His Ho our the Administrator
will review the Parade from the Saluting Base. Cricket grounds will re-
present stage. Floats will be seen one at a time by spectators. All Floats
will be lined up on cricket ground for a short while before proceeding to
Roseau. The Procession will leave the Gardens through the Eastern Gate
down King George V. Street,
Queen Mary Street
Cork Street
Hanover Street
Bay Front (i.e. near Post Office)
To War Memorial
By Command
VICTOR C. JOSSE
Government Secretary.

Departmental and other Notices

POST OFFIcE NOTICE
DOMINICA CORONATION COMMEMORATIVE STAMP 1953.
With reference to Gazette Notice No. 246 of 2nd October, 19'52, it is
notified for general information that the postage stamp to be issued on 2nd
June, 1953 in commemoration of the coronation of Her Majesty Queen
Elizabeth II will be the 2c. denomination, colour green.
As stated in the notice under reference this stamp will remain on sale
until the end of 1953 unless stocks have previously been exhausted. The
2c. stamp of the regular series will be on sale concurrently with tCe Corona-
tion issue.
The General Post Office, Roseau and Portsmouth Branch Office will be
opened from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the 2nd June, 1953 for the sale of the
Coronation issue.

A. D. BOYD
Colonial Postmaster.
GENERAL POST OFFICE,
DOMINICA.
20th May, 1953.
















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