3ublis fbe b p 9utboritp:
ROSEAU, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953.
GOVERNOR'S APPEAL FOR FUNDS
FOR WESTMINSTER ABBEY
THE Prime Minister has launched an
appeal for one million pounds for the
repair, preservation and upkeep of West-
minster Abbey. The Abbey is one of the
world's great churches. In it our Queen
was crowned on June 2nd as Kings and
Queens have been crowned there for centu-
ries. It is a shrine where generations of
famous men are buried or commemorated.
It stands near the Houses of Parliament
at the centre of the Commonwealth, and
long ago the House of Commons used to
meet in the Abbey Chapter House.
In this Coronation Year, when we here
are also looking forward to a British
Caribbean Federation as an increasingly
important part of the Commonwealth, the
appeal has been launched to ensure that
the Abbey, which has fostered much that
is best in western civilisation, should be
passed on worthily to the future. I ask all
of you who can help with some gift, how.
ever small it may be, to make your contri-
Subscriptions should be lodged at
Barclays Bank and marked Westminster
Abbey Appeal Fund.
June 22nd, 1953
THE attention of the General Public
is invited to the scheme for organisa-
tion of relief in the event of a hur-
ricane, which is re-published in this
issue of the Oficial Gazette.
ORGANISATION AND PROCEDURE FOR
REPORTING ON DISTRESS AND
ORGANISING RELIEF IN THE
EVENT OF A HURRICANE
1. For the purpose of hurricane
report and relief, the Colony shall
be divided into the following four
(a) THE ROSEAU DISTRICT, as
bounded by the jurisdiction of
the Roseau Town Council.
(b) THE WESTERN DISTRICT, being
Magisterial District "E" ex-
(c) THE SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT,
being Magisterial District "F".
(d) THE NORTHERN DISTRICT, be-
ing Magisterial District "G.".
2. There shall be a District Hurri-
cane Authority for each District as
(a) For THE ROSEAU DISTRICT, the
Rosean Town Council.
(b) For THE WESTERN DISTRICT,
the Magistrate, District "E."
(c) For THE EASTERN DISTRICT,
the Magistrate, District "F".
(d) For THE NORTHERN DISTRICT,
the District Officer.
3. Each District Hurricane Authori-
ty will submit urgently to the Adminis-
trator his first rough Report as soon
as possible after the disaster. The
Report should give such information
* ,' T>
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953
as may be considered fairly accurate
and also an opinion as to the extent
oi' the disaster in those parts of the
district from which there are only
rumours, with an estimate of the pos-
sible requirements in the way of relief.
This report should also give a rough
estimate of loss of life. serious per-
sonal injury, damage to houses and
destruction of food crops and food sup-
plies, and number of individuals ren-
4. Each District Hurricane Authori-
ty will send in further reports correct-
ing and amplifying the first report and
giving such details as are possible, as
soon as receipt of information justifies
his doing so; and he will continue to
send in daily or periodical reports, as
may be necessary, acting on his own
5. The Officials of each District will
afford the District Hurricane Authority
all the information in their power,
with the least possible deiay, in order
that the report may be full and com-
6. In addition to the Eistrict Hur-
ricane Authorities, Loca. Hurricane
Authorities have been appointed as
Canefield, Morne Prosper, Loubiere,
Everton, Trafalgar, etc., Laudat and
Bellevue: The Dean of Roseau and
Priests, The Honourable Austin Win-
Pointe Michel: The Parish Priest,
The Sanitary Inspector, Pointe Michel.
Soufrere and Scott's Head: The
Parish Priest, Arthur Pemberton.
Esquire, Terrence Etienne, Esquire.
Mahaut and Massacre: The Parish
Priest, The Head teacher, Mahaut.
St. Joseph, Layou and Salisbury:
The Parish Priests, The Head Teacher,
St. Joseph, and W.F. Harrison, Esq,
Coulibistrie, Batalie, Morne Rach-
ette, Colihaut and Dublanc : The Par-
ish Priest, The Honourable H. D.
Grand Bay: The Government Offi-
cer, the Parish Priest, H. Bellot, Es-
quire, and L.A. Casimir, Esquire.
Petite Savanne and Bagatelle: The
Head Teacher, Petite Savanne.
Delices: The Head Teacher.
Laplaine: The Parish Priest, the
Rosalie: The Head Teacher.
San Sauveur, etc.: The P a r i s h
Priest, the Head Teacher.
Castle Bruce: The Head Teacher.
Portsmouth and surrounding Dis-
trict: TheDstrict Officer.
Vieille Case etc. : The Parish Priest,
B. A. Royer, Esquire.
Wesley: The Parish Priest, James
Marigot: Reverend A. Williams, the
Hampstead and Calibishie: The
Head Teacher and The "anitary In-
sp coor, Calibishie.
7. These Local Hurricane Authori-
ties will take emergency measures for
affording relief and will report as soon
as possible to the District Hurricane
8. In the event of communication
with the District Hurricane Authority
being difficult or impracticable, the
Local Hurricane Authority will report
direct to the Administrator.
9. Eu h District Authority will en-
deavour to keep in close touch with
the Lo(al Hur icane Anthorities in
the various are;.s in his District and,
in spite of their, being ) such vote,
will be justiki 1 in expending the
money urgent y needed, whether for
special messenger or for food, without
awaiting the Administrator's authori-
ty, up to a limit of !(0 for each Dii:-
trict. Just as the Administrator will
authorise urgent expenditure in anti-
cipation of beir.g abie to justify it :o
the Council anri Secretary of State, so
the District Authorities may rely on
the refund of the sums tney expend
without authority, provided that they
can show that the expenditure was
reasonable and the need for it urgent.
10. The Public who have suffered
loss or damage should apply to the
Local Hurricane Authorities in each
area and not come or send to the
Officials at Roseau.
11. For the further and better or-
ganizing of these measures the fol-
lowing CENTRAL HURRICANE RELIEF
COMMITTEE has been appointed: -
His Honour the ADMINISTRATOR
The HON. FINANCIAL SECRETARY
The Hon. J.O. AIRD
The DIRECTOR OF WORKS
The SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER
The Very Revd. the Dean of Roseau
The Rector, St. Georges Church
The Methodist Superintendent
1. At the beginning of the hurricane
season and generally in the month of
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953
July, all shutters and fastenings should
be thoroughly overhauled and renewed
where necessary. In the case of de-
tached shutters identification marks
should be clearly painted on each, cor-
responding with the number and loca-
tion of each window.
2. When barring up a house on
indications of bad weather or the ap-
proach of a hurricane-begin with the
side facing the direction of the pre-
vailing wind, which varies as a rule
from the North-West to North-East.
Should the centre happen to pass over
the island during the period of calm
the north side should be opened up
and the southern or westerly sides
closed. Very often, however, the
hurricane shifts directly from North-
East to South East with little or no
interval of relative calm, and under
such circumstances it is wise to have
every window securely fastened.
3. For the information of the public
generally it may be stated that a
special hurricane code is in use and
on the indication of a falling barometer
and prevailing hurricane symptoms,
mutual telegrams are interchanged.
The following signal will be made
from Fort Young, Roseau, as a warn-
ing in event of probable approach of a
hurricane or severe gales
One gun or rocket will be fired at
any time of the day or night, and a
red flag having a black centre will be
hoisted on the signal staff by day, and
a red lantern by night.
Two guns or rockets will be fired in
succession, and two red flags with
black centres will be hoisted by day
and two red lanterns by night.
When the signal is given, steps
should at once be taken to secure pre-
mises on shore and vessels in port
against impending danger.
On improvement of weather condi-
tions after either the Cautionary or
Danger Signals have been made, and
it is considered that the hurricane has
passed Dominica, a blue flag will be
With regard to Portsmouth, the
same signals will apply, the necessary
flags and red lanterns being hoisted
at the Police Station, Portsmouth.
THE attention of Heads of Depart-
ments is called to the notice published
in this Gazette regarding Hurricane
Warnings, as they will be he'd respon-
sible for seeing that the buildings of
their Departments are made as secure
as possible after firing of signals.
24th June, 1953.
MClNTYrE, Dr. D. 0 N.. Medical Officer,
confirmed in appointment.
April 1st, 1952.
SiM.EON, E. J., G. S. 0 Class llt. Messen-
ger, Income Tax Office, confirmed in
August 1st. 1952.
JOHN BAPTrISTE, Lorna, G S. O. Class IV,
Nurse, Roseau Hospital, appointed
G S O. Class III, Nurse.midwife,
March Ist, 1953.
P. F, 813.
BURTON, D K, Special Grade Clerk,
Administrator's Office, to act Govern-
July 1st, 1953.
DAVIS, Miss G.. First Class Clerk, to act
Special Grade Clerk, Administrator's
July 1st, 1953.
No. 2 '4
IT is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the 'ol-
onies has notified His Excellency the
Governor thar. the Queen will not be
advised to exercise Her Majesty's power
of disallowance with respect to the
undermentioned Ordinance passed by the
Legislative Council of Dominica: -
No. 31 of i95. "The fown and Coun-
try Planning" (Amendment) Urdinance,
July 10th, 1953.
VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY
IT is notified for general information
that His Excellency EDWARD BETHAM
BEETHAM, C M. G C. V 0.. O.B. E.,
Governor and Commander in ( hief of the
Windward Islands, is expected to pay an
official visit to Dominica on July 26th or
27th and to remain for about a fortnigh..
Precise date and time of His Excellen-
cy's arrival and details of arrangements
consequent on his visit will be published
as early as possible.
July 13th, 1953
223 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 16 1953.
No. 236 '
HIs Excellency the Governor has been
pleased to approve the appointment of
Air Commodore F. L. Pearce, C. B. E.,
D. S ., D F. C. as Aide-de-Camp and
Private Secretary. Windward Islands with
effect from May 12th, 1953.
July 13th, 1953.
DEPARTURE OF MR. L. ACHILLE
WITH reference to Gazette Notice No
213 of June 30th. it is notified for general
information that Mr. L. Achille rinard
will leave Dominica or. August 1st 1953,
to take up his new appointment as Assis-
tant Administrator of St. Lucia.
Ref. C. 75/53
July 13th. 1953.
BANANA LEAF SPOT CONTROL
WITH reference to Gazette Notice No
206 of June 24th, Mr. A. M. Griffith has
been appointed by His Honour the Admin-
istrator tobe an acting member of the ban-
ana Leaf Spot Control IHoard, established
under Section 4 of the Banana (Leaf Spot
Control) Ordinance, 1951, (No 13 of
1951), during the absence from the Colony
of Mr. O. Flynn.
Ref. M. P. 96/53
July 13th, 1953.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. BOMINIGA
CONSEQUENT upon the resignation of
Mr. Lionel Achille Pinard (whose transfer
to St. Lucia has been previously an.
nounced), His Excellency the Governor
has been pleased to appoint Mr. Victor
ClementJosse to be temporarily the offi-
cial member of the Execetive Council of
Dominica with effect from July 14th,
1953, and nntil further notice.
Ref. C. 116/51
July 14th, 1963.
NICROLLS, Miss E., First Class Clerk,
Medical Department, transferred to
July 1st, 1953
Ref. C. 18/52
July 14th, 1953.
ALLPORr, Miss R. E., First Class Clerk,
Medical Department, vacation leave
from July 6th to August 6th, 1953
P. F. 427
IMPORT AND EXPORT STATISTICS
OF DOMINICA, 1951
WITH reference to Gazette Notice No.
292 of November 10th, 1951, the following
corrigendum is published for general in-
On page 43 the figures in respect of
Raw Lime Juice should be changed as
Total 421,635 gals. instead of
Australia 30, 393 gals. instead ef
The value against rTnited Kingdom-
$2:17,355.65 instead of $235.355.65
(Sgd.) J. BULLY,
Ref. M. P 5-8/52
July 15th. 1953
r1E following Statutory I'ul-s and
Orders is c reultbr.ed wiih and for ,s part
of this Gez'it':
No. 19 of .95:3. A lProclanmation.
iy Ct' i.mc niri
D K. BUR'irN,
A g. Gover mente Secreta*
Departmental and other
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AN D FO. ESTRY
SOIL LON: RVAIT N
GOVERNMENT has made funds avail-
able to assist farmers to carry out soil
conservation works on their holdings.
The scheme will be restricted to small
farmers only, ani by way of defini-
tion, the term "Soil Conservation"
shall include the following works:-
Run off drains
Assistance to farmers will be govern-
ed by the following conditions:-
(a) The farmer must exercise a
fair measure of self help and must in-
itiate conservation works within the
limits of his own resources before
payment of any grant can be made.
(b) Only farmers having farms
able to support a family, or those hav-
ing farms capable of being rendered
able to do so will be eligible for assist-
ance. In this connection, preference
will be given to farmers in an area
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953.
who group themselves together so
that the area can be treated as a whole
and as an economic unit
(c) Farmers must apply for assis-
tance to their District Agricultural In-
structors and will be required to pre-
pare in consultation with the Instruct-
or aroughplan of their holding, show-
ing the intended cropping plan and
the proposed rehabilitating soil con-
servation measures, all jointly aimed
at providing for the best use of the
(d) The plan must receive the ap-
proval of the Agricultural Superinten-
dent before the work is started.
(e) Money will only be paid to
farmers whose plans have been ap.
proved by the Agricultural Superin-
tendent and where the work done has
been inspected and certified by the
(f) The maximum limit of assist-
ance will be up to $20.00 and the
amount payable will depend on how
the work is done.
(g) Assistance may also be given
in kind, e.g. tools, forks, spades, etc.
or in cash and kind, but in every case
not exceeding the value of $20.00.
Applications for assistance must be
made before the 31st July, 1953.
ST. G.C. COOPER,
ADMISSION TO LONDON SCHOOL
IT is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that local candidates seeking ad-
mission to first degree courses at the Lon-
don School of Economics must first take
the full entrance qualifying examination
not later than June of the year preceding
the October in which they desire admis.
(Sgd ) J HAMILTON MAURICE
POST OF CANE-FARMING OFFICER'
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
APPLICATIONS are invited for post of
Cane-Farming Officer, in the Department
of Agriculture, Grenada,
2, The post is non-pensionable and will
be for a period of three years in the first
3. The post is in the Salary Scale
$4080 x 120 -- $4320 per annum, but the
point in the Salary Scale at which the
successful applicant will be appointed will
depend on his qualifications and expe-
rience. In addition a transport allowance
of $ 0SO per annum is payable, providing
the officer keeps and maintains a motor
car for the performance of his duties.
4. Applicants must possess the .). I (.
T A. or a University degree in agriculture
plus previous experience in a Department
of Agriculture dealing with peasmnt agri-
cultuie and in pa ticular cane-farming.
5 The duties of the post wii entail the
organisation and supervision of the cane-
farming industry ; the laying down, reup-
ing and recording of lield experiments
with sugar cane ; instructing peasants in
the proper methods of cultivation of
sugar cane, etc., etc
6. Free passages on appointment and
termination of appointment for the officer
and his family will be provided, in addi-
tion to the cost of transportation of his
personal and household effects to and
7. Applications should be addressed
to the Secretary Public service e Commis.
sion, Government Office, Grenada. and
should reach him not later than 31st July,
June 26th, 1953.
STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE
('ICULATION IN THE BKITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EAS ERN
GROUP) ON 1st JUNE, 1953.
Average Circulation during April, 1953.
British Caribbean Currency NotPs
Government Currency Notes $ 3,06.661
British Caribbean Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago ...$21.185,792
Barbados ... 5,715,2n0
British Guiana ... 10.637,007
Leeward& Windward Is. 6 237.600
Total British Caribbean Notes $43.775,59
Trinidad & Tobago Government Note
Circulation ... $1,939,465
Barbados Government Note
Circulation ... 221.073
British Guiana Government Note
Circulation ... 730.155
Total Government Notes Circulation
Total Circulation on 1st June, 1953
$46 66 29-
(Sgd) L SPENCE
British Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Poit of Spain,
Trinidad, B W.I.
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY JULY 16, 1953
Trade Marks Office,
7th July 1953.
CLINTON FOODS INC. of 415 Park
Avenue, New York. State of New York
United States of America, have applied
for the registration of one trade mark
consisting of the following words:-
in Class 42, that is to say, frozen, canned.
packaged, fresh and dried fruits, vegeta-
bles, meats, fruit and vegetable juices,
poultry, dairy products, spaghetti and
alimentary pastes, cereals, desserts, and
The applicants claim that they have
been using the said trade mark in respect
of the said goods for seven years before
the 14th day of April, 1953.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica Offi-
cial Gazette, give notice in duplicate, at
the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of
opposition to the registration of the said
A. B. MARIE
Ag.!Registrar of Trade Marks,
C. A. H. DUPIGNY. Esq.,
POST OF ECONOMIST, ON THE STAFF
OF THE CENTRAL SECRETARIAT,
CARIBBEAN COMMISSION, TRINIDAD
APPLICATIONS are invited to fill a post
of Economist on the staff of the Central
Secretariat, Caribbean Commission, Port
of Spain, Trinidad.
Men and Women are equally eligible
for the post.
Applicants should have a University
degree and should have some practical
To serve in the Research Branch of the
Central Secretariat of the Caribbean
Commission, To arrange for the collec-
tion, collation co-ordination, interpreta-
tion and dissemination of data relating to
economic subjects, within the fields of
interest of the Caribbean Commission;
and to collect and maintain accurate and
current records of statistics and informa-
tion in these fields. To undertake origi-
nal research projects as directed by the
Commission; to assist in the preparation
for and the holding of technical confer-
ences; to perform all other duties in the
field of economics that may be required
to carry out studies or research projects
approved by the Commission
The salary for this post is U. S. $3,600
per annum, rising by increments of U. S.
$240 to a maximum of U. S. $6 090 per
annum Salary is expressed in U S. dollars
but will be payable in the currency of
the country in which the employee is sta-
Applications should reach the office of
the Secretary General of the Caribbean
Commission not later than July 31st
1953, and should indicate whether appli-
cant, if appointed, will be able to assume
duty at short notice and should be accom-
panied by the applicant's curriculum
vitae, references, testimorials and one
Further particulars may be obtained, if
required, from :
The Secretary General,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad. B. W. I.
to whom all communications should be
July 11th, 1953.
OE ICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 19532
In the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islands,
In the matter of the Forest, Soil and Water Conservation Ordinance, ]946.
In the matter of the Titl" to the Stone' ill Estate situate in the Parish
of at. Joseph in the Colony of Dominica
ELIZABETH II. By the Grace of GOD of the United Kingdom of
'Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms .and Territories
Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, 'Defender of the Faith,
To a'l persons claiming an interest in the lands and tenements herein-
after des. ribed.
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 r ,od is unoccupied since 1914, and there is no person having title
thereto, 'vhereb,, the said parce" of land ought to be vested in Us, that
proce, din .s will be taken to have the said parcel of land vested in Us at a
.sitting of the S preme Court to be hollen at Roseau in the Colony of
Dominica in the month of April, 1954.
All persons claiming an interest in 3uch land, shall within one week
'from tht date of the last publication of this sum ncns in the Gazette (sach
summons' shall be published duri ig a period of six months) file on alpear-
ance, ei' her in person or by So;icitor ii the office of the Registrar, .nd
.shall, within one m nth from tae date of appear nco, lodge in the said
office a vritten claim containing a state; ient of thj reasons on whica che
same is founded; and you are hereby f ir:her warned that if you fail to
appear at the said Court to be hoiden as aforesaid the said proceedings will
be heard and taken without you.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of Our said Court
*to be hereunto affixed at Roseau this 5th day of June, 1953.
T. A. BOYD,
KADiIO TELEPHONIC HURRIC INE WARNINGS IN THE CARIBBEAN AREA
THE following chart of the hurricane warning broadcast schedule for 1953 is
published for general information :
24th June, 1953.
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953
Radio Telephonic Hurricane Warnings in The Caribbean Area
IPRE'PAED BY TFE E4STERNA CARIBBIEAN THURRIPAN COMMITTEE AND ISSUED BY
THE CENTRAL SE(RETARIATL' OF THE C'ARhIBIEAN COMMLWION.
1540 Kes (194.81M)
Station VPN 2 2558 Kes (117.3M)
REP UBLI C
2558 Kes (117.3M)
2735 Kes (109.69M)
La Voz 620 Kes
Dominicana 1380 Kcs
Broadcast Times Broadcas
Hurricane W\arnings Weather
GMT LOCAL GMi '
On receipt and at each 1415*
hour thereafter 1815
0500 Midnight 0500
1700 12.00 noon i1700
and on request
7 35 a.m.
1615 12 30 p.m
2010 -1.25 p.m.
0050 9 05 p lm.
(On receipt and t end
of first silence period
2185 Kcs (137.29M) 1235
2545 Kes (117,87M) 1530
8 30 a im.
12.00 noon 1700
10.00 p.m1. I0300
1.00 p,mi. 1800
8.00 p.m. 0100
8.05 p m.
7,05 i mi.
11 30 a.m.
4 30 p im.
6.13 p in.
10.00 p Im.
1.00 p m.
8 00 p.m.
Times Aimnouncllenlt I Language
y if no Hurricanie of Broad-f Remarke
Reports Warnings cast.
9 15 a.m. None EnglishI 6o00 Watts. Forecasts are
given after local news
1,15 p.m. & announcements broad-
7.15 p, l. east at times stated
includes summary of
Out-Island weather re-
ports for 7.30 a m
Midnight None English ,450 Watts. Information
available on request by
12 00 1oon calling VPN2 and asking
for Meteorological Office.
Information not yet
received for 1953
None English Storm warnings are
after news tranls-
English 500 Watts
The station is nor-
Srally closed fnrom
0345 to 0945 (;MT
3110n Watts. Area cover-
"No hirricaile Englislh ed is Caribbean up t, 250
varning-' 3 times N Gulf of Mexico and
or "Illrrical Warnings can be re-
warning may be peated on frequencies
expected in .,min- 4413 8 Kcs, 13172 9 Kcs or
utes please stand 17332 9 Kcson special re-
by" (3 timeal quest from ships.
None Spanish 'Frequency modul-
12 35 p.m None
1.15 p.m. None
7 34 am.
*July 15 to Nov. 15
only. During periods
of serious disturbance
in the Caribbean,
Radio Guadeloupe &
ly and give bulletins
on the hour until end of
Bulletins preceded b
station identification and
three minutes of music
On short wave: 5000 watts
On medium wave: 500
watts. In the event of a
hurricane warning, reg-
ular programmes will be
interrupted to give the
latest bulletins as receiv-
ed from the Meteorologi-
cal Office in addition to
BA lHAMA S
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1953
GMT L UCAL
1 7-2 12 29 p im.
2313 6.13 p.m.
0214 9.14p m.,
2590 Kcs (115 8MI 1315 8.15 a.m.
1800 1.00 p.m.
2 100 7 00 p m
03U0 1O.00 p m.
940 Kcs (319.14M) 1000 6.00 a.m.
1600 12.00 noon
San Juan WIPR
6 00 p.m.
8 00 a.m.
2 00 p.m.
8 00 p m.
11.00 p in
On receipt and at
12 29 p.m
i 13 p.m.
11 00 a m.
4 30 p.m.
5 15 p.m.
6.54 a m.
12.40 p m
1200 800 a.m.
if no Hurricane of Broad- Remarks
the reports at the stated
times In the event of a
None hurricane threat to Jam-
aica, Radio Jamaica will
remain on the air to give
reports and bulletins un-
None English til the danger is over
None English 1".000 watts
The same weather re-
and ports and hurricane
Spanish warnings are also carried
by other radio stations in
5.15 Puerto Rico.
broadcast AFRS-ACE 1470 Kes
,1i Span- WIAC 580 Kes (517.24M)
ish only WIB8 740 Kes (405.4M )
WNEL 860 Kcs 1848 84M)
WITA 1400 Kca (214.20M)
WRIO 1440 Kcs (298.83M)
WAPA a80 Kcs [441 18M]
None E Eng sh
S U I
790 Kes: 50CO Watts
8271 Kca). 500 Watts
6085 Kcs: Watts
The weather reports are
broadcast at end of local
news bulletins: times
400 Watts. Infer-
mation is also avail-
able on request.
3105 Kcs: 250 Watts
118.lMcs: 12 Watts
Printed at the BULLETIN OFFIcs Roseau,--By Authority
620 Kes (483 87M)
7.i0 Kcs (379 711)
3275 Kcs ( 91 6Mi
6083 Kcs' 49.3M)
*6 (10 a.m. to
l.0O p.m. only
2733 Kes (109.7M)
3105 Kcs ( 96.6M1)
118.1 Mcs ( 2.54M)
1953. AGRICULTURAL SMALL S.R. & 0. 19 A 48
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. 19 OF 1953.
BY THE GOVERNOR
[Gazetted 16th July, 1953]
WHEREAS by Ordinance No, 9 of 1953, intituled
an Ordinance relating to Agricultural Small Tenancies
and for purposes connected therewith, it is enacted that
the said Ordinance shall come into operation on such
day as the Governor may appoint by Proclamation :
I DO, Therefore, proclaim and notify that the said
Ordinance shall commence and come into operation on
the 20th day of July, one thousand nine hundred and
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the
Colony of Dominica, at Government House in
the said Colony this 14th day of July, one
thousand nine hundred and fifty-three, in the
second year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen
Elizabeth the Second.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
Printed at the Bulletin Office, Roseau, by Authority.