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VOL. LXXVII. ROSEAU, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1954.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Senior Agricultural Instructor in the
Department of Agriculture, Grenada,
The post which is non pensionable
carries a salary of $1,440 by $72 to $1,944
(300 by 15 to 405) A transport
allowance, at present at the rate of $912
per annum is attached to the post provided
a motor car is kept. No cost of living
allowance is payable and quarters are
Applicants must possess the Diploma of
the Jamaica School of Agriculture or its
The point in the salary grade at which
the successful candidate will be appointed
will depend upon his qualifications and
experience. Free passages on appoint-
ment will be provided for the successful
candidate and his family, not exceeding
four in all, plus normal travelling
Applications, which must be in the
applicant's handwriting should give the
(2) School, Schools or University at
which educated and Certificates or
(3) Nature of present and past em-
ployment with dates.
(4) Amount of monthly salary or
wages earned in the post in which
applicant was last employed.
? )A Past experience in work of the
'i'same or similar kind to that
required in post advertised.
(6) Marital status and number of
children if any
(7) They should also furnish testimon-
ials (wh'ch will not be returned to
the applicant) certified as true
copies by a Justice of the Peace or
Minister of Religion or Head of
Applications which do not contain the
Love information will not be considered.
Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary, the Public Service Commission.
St. George's, Grenada.:B.W.I. and should
reach him not later than 30th May, 1954.
GEORGE, Mrs. ANNA, Nurse, Class III,
Medical Depa tment, vacation leave
from the 8th May to 29th June, 1954,
P.. 3. 88
MAURICE, J H., Education Officer, vaca-
tion leave from the 7th May to the
3rd August, 1954, inclusive.
1', F 510
ROYER, Mrs R., Telephone Operator,
Public Works Department, vacation
leave from the 11th May to the 4th
June. 1954, inclusive,
P. F. 193
ARCHER. V. A. A., Headmaster, Dorinica
Grammar School. to act a Education
Officer in conjunction with the duties
of his subst nativee post.
P. F. 658
8th May, 1954.
125 OFFICIAL GAZETTEP, TIWURSDAY, MAY 20, 1954.
BRUNEY, U.V.. Third Class Clerk, Customs action that as from 30th April, 1954.
Department to act Second Class Clerk, Mr. E.O.D. CHARLES, has been appointed
Magistrate's Court. Authorized Agent, for the purchase, con.
1st May, 1954. trol, movement, sale and distribution of
S. Livestock and frozen meat vice Mr.GERAUA
CONTROL OF LIVESTOCK AND WINSTON.
FROZEN MEAT Ref. No. 381/54
IT is hereby notified for general inform- 18th May, 1951.
ItM_ mP I ; if i -a.
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRtSIDENffT,
The Rt. Hon. THE EARL OF GOWRIE, V.C., P.C., G.C.M.G., C.B., D:S.O.
ON EMPIRE DAY last year I was speaking to you on the eve of the
Coronation of our Queen, your Queen. This year I am speaking to you only
a few days after Her Majesty's return from a great journey, lasting many
months, throughout the lands of the Commonwealth and Empire. This
year's Message has, therefore, an especial imaniing and significanse at I
speak to a Commonwealth where so many people, and I am particularly glad
to say so many thousands of children of all races, have actually seen the
Queen the great-great grand-daughter of Queen Victoria, on the anni-
versary of whose birthday we celebrate Impire Day.
-Many Monarchs have ruled from Windsor Castle since it was biilt by
William the Conqueror, almost nine hundred years ago, and to the old grey
castle famous explorers, such as Cabot, Drake and Cook to name but a fLw,
have returned to tell their Sovereign, at first hand, their tales of discovery.
But this is the first time in our history a crowned Sovereign has gone ont
from these islands to circumnavigate the world -- by sea. land and air -
to talk with her peoples and see for herself something of the achievement
and opportunity which the modern Commonwealth preseenit .
No Sovereign has belonged to our family of nations in the way that
Queen Elizabeth belongs to you. She made her corning-of-age speech
in South Africa. She was in Kenya when she received t' e news of her
father's death and of her own accession. She has opened her Parliament
in New Zealand, as Queen of New Zealand : her Parliaments in Australia,
as Queen of Australia. and her Parliament in Ceylon, as Q een of Ceylon.
She has been to Canada and to so many of the other lands that enjoy the
free benevolent way of life that we have come to call the Briti h way o~f
life. It is not a national nor a territorial way ; it has evolved out of ex.
perience, out of centuries of trial and error ; and now held together arid
inspired by an anointed Sovereign.
On this day which she celebrates in her own home her thoughts will
embrace a great far-flung congregation of nations. This was the
phrase that she used in her first Christmas broadcast as Q ieen. 1 am so
glad to be speaking to that congregation of nati ,ns on this day that is
so valuable to us all because the past unity we have enjoyed as an'E.-
pire, and because the future of that unity, depends on neither the fears e i-
gendered by wars nor the worldly interest in economics but on a onriess'of
aim, and an ideal, of which our Queen is the living symbol.
Once again I send you my friendly greetings ; May GOD 'bless you
and may the friendships you enjoy one with another grow in strength and
bring happiness to you all.
Ref. M. P. 377/53
D. K. BURTON,
Ay. Government Sebret'try.
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1954-
Departmental and other
Trade Marks Office,
22nd February, 19.4
STABILIMENTI DEMANIALI RECO.
ARO SOCIETY PER AZIONI, of Via
Carlo Poerio No 39, Milan, Italy. Manu-
facturers and Merchants have applied for
the registration of one trade mark con-
sisting of the following words
in Class 44, that is to say, non-alcoholie
The applicants claim that they have
used the said trade mark in respect of
the said goods for seven years before the
20th day of October, 19i33.
Any person may within three months
from the date of the first appearance of
this a Ivertisemient in the Dominica
Official Gazette, give notice, in duplicate,
at the Trade Marks Office. Dominica, of
opposition to the registration of the said
A. B. M\RIE,
Acting Regist:, r or' Trade .Iatks
Messrs. James & Rigsby,
Iarristers-at-La v & So:icitors,
CATER PILLAR TRACTOR CO of 8 0
Davis Street, San Leandro, State of
California, United States of America ; a
corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the State of California,
United States of America, have applied
for the registration of one trade mark
consisting of the following wod :-
in Class 6, that is to say, Machinery of all
kinds, and parts of irachirory, except
agricultural and horticultural machines
and their parts included in C(l:s 7, ard in
Class 7, that is to r'y, A i icnitural and
horticultural machinery, and parts of
The app ican,. claim that. the said trade
mark has been uscdi by then in respect
of the said go)ds for live months before
the 10th dily of N',vember, 195r.
Any person may within tlihee monthly
front the Idate of tlie first appearance of
this advertisement in the Dominica
Official Gazette, give notice in dt)plicate,
at the Trade Marks Office, Dominica, of
opposition to the reg,-,tra;ion of the said
A. B. MARIE.
Aeliiug liRistrir of Trade .Majr;,s
Agent : -
WV. F. IHarrison, -q ,
Thie Ge eral publicc are hereby info ned
that the Police Notice in respect to the-
closing of the Imperial Road between
Ponmt Ca-see Junction and Deux l3ranches
13. It. HUMi'REY,
I ,iV'I C'/ 3I.1//l..< l /','
COLONY OF DOMINICA.
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TITLE BY REGISI'it.\f I)N ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES ISLAND) OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title a;d Notings there. and Caveats, fo
the week ending the ist day of May, l.51o .
Date of Reque Pern P t Natire of Request -whether for Certificate
Date of Iteqnet Person I'resenting. I "if oi r N,i iig Lierein, or Caveat.
o Tl;e or -_N'ti. g, Lthereon, or Caveat.
liequest daited J,.. Abp .bi.h:amni f I Rquenet for the issue of a New Certificate
2oth April, 19o4. Personal R1presentative o(f of .i 1: (with Plan attachrcl in respect of
Presented Emclia J(ohn Lewis nee
Presenp e 1mlTavernier a lot. of land situate in the! Uericoa Vil-
97th April, 19i-l by his Solicitor lage in tll Parish of St Patrick in the
at 1.l15 a.m. Clifon A. H. )Dupigny Col :ny of Dominica containing 328i6!
square feet and bounded as follows: -Northerly by the Public I oadl; Easterly by the Public
Path; Westerly by land of Victoria Lockhart and S. u*herly by laud of the Heirs of Louis
RePistrar's Office, T. A. BOYD,
lioseau, Registr r of Titles.
30th Apiil, 1954.
NOTE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on (he
above application may enter a Caveat in the above Office within four weeks from the date
of the first appearance of the above Schedule in the Oin:ial Gazette and the Dominica
Chronicle newspaper published in tlis Island.
127 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1954.
COLONY OF DOMINICA.
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT.
REGISTRY OF TITLES. ISLAND OF DOMINICA.
Schedule of Applications for Certificates of Title and Notings thereon, and Caveats, for the
week ending the 1 th day of 1pril, 195..
Date of Request. Person Presenting. Nature of Request, whether for Certificate
of Title, or Noting thereon, or Caveat-
Request dated Irene Davisa nd John Davis Request for the issue of a New Certificate
Ith April, 1954. as Personal Representatives of Title (with Plan attached; in respect of
Presented of Pauline Davis, deceased a parcel of land known as part of lot No.
17th April, 19 by their Solicitor Ili situate iti the Town of Roseau in the
at 1l-.5-p.m. Clifton A.H Dupigny Colony of Dominicac. ntaining 1220square
feet and bounded as follows: -On the North-East by Great George Street; on the South- East
by Cork Street; on the North-West by land of Dr. Philip i lByd (formerly owned by (Henry
David Watt) and on the South-West by land of Marie A. Peltier (formerly owned by Bea-
Registrar's Office, T A. BOYD,
Roseau, Registrar of titles.
30th April, 1951.
NOTrE.-Any person who desires to object to the issuing of a Certificate of Title on the
above application may enter a Caveat in the above office within four weeks from the date of the
first appearance of the above Schedule ih the Oficial Gazette and the Dominica Chronicle
newspaper published in this Island.
The Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1953.
IN accordance with the provisions of subsection (2) of section 3 of the
Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1933, (No. 21 of 1953), notice is here-
by given that subject to the consideration of any objection which may be
made pursuant to this Notice, the Governor-in-Council proposes by Order
in the Form set out in the Schedule hereto, to declare the Canning and
Preservation of locally grown fruits and fruit juices to be a pioneer indus-
try and all fruit and fruit juices when canned and preserved in the said in-
dustry to be pioneer products of that industry.
2. Any person who wishes to object to the making of an Order in the
form set out out in the Schedule hereto is required to give notice in writing
of his objection and of the grounds on which he relies in support thereof
to the Clerk of the Executive Council, on cr before the 29th day of May,
E. R. RICHARDS.
Clerk of the Executive Council.
Ref. M. P, 347/54
14th May, 1954.
1954 AID TO PIONEER INDUSTIW ES S.RO.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. I OF 1.54.
1. This Order may be cited as the
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (CANNING AND PRESERVE. Short Tite
TION OF LOCAL FRUITS AND FRUIT JUICES) ORDER, 1954.
2. The establishment, maintenance and operation in the Declaration
Colony of plant for the canning and preservation of locally grown
fruits and fruit juices is hereby declared to be a Pioneer Industry
for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance,
1953. and the said articles when so canned and preserved are
hereby declared to be pioneer products of that industry.
Made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) of the
Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1953 (No. 21 of 1953).
Clerk of the Executtive Council.
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1954 128
Sale of Properties for the Recovery of Taxes
PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
26TH APRIL 195
TAKE NOTICE that the following properties which were bought by
the Government for default of Land and House Tax, will be put up for sale
by Public Auction at the 'ub-Treasury, Portsmouth on Tuesdy the Stl~
day of June 1954 at 10 o'clock in the. forenoon and Certificates of Purchase
will be issued immediately.
PROPERTIES NAME OF OWNER
Land & House Tax 1950.
1 lot, Upper Lane Ann Andre
1 Outhouse, Lagoon Eva Carette
1 lot, Harbour Lane Arthur Jones
,, Rodney Street Virginia Magloire
,Harbour Lane Est. J.A. Pinard
1 house, 1 outhouse. hodney St. Philomen Peter
1 house, Lagoon Francis Paul
Land & House Tax 1951
1 house, Egmont Street Mary Augustine
1 house, Pembroke Stre t Matilda Anthony
Bedford Street Leatrice Edwards
1 ot. Harbour Lane Arthur Jones
1 outhouse, Holland Street Leontine J. Baptiste
1 outhouse. Bay Street Josephine Magloire
1 lot, Harbour Lane Est. J.A Pinard
1 house, 1 outhouse, Rodney St. Philomen P, ter
1 house, Lagoon Francis Paul
,, Scott Street Selina Sanford
1 outhouse Q/boro Street Evelyn Vidai
1 house, 1 outhouse, Rodney St. Joseph William
1 lot, Harbour Lane Joseph William
Land & house Tax 1952
1 house, Bay Street Stephanie Alfred
1 house, Egmont Street Mary Augustin
1 house, Grandby Street Augustin Anthony
1 lot, Halifax Street Rebecca Anthony
1 lot, Harbour Lane Evannah Ambrose
1 lot, Hillsborough Street J.C. Andre
I house, Pembroke Street Edoxia Andrew
1 lot, Rodney Street Jno. Eugene Azille
1 house, Rollo Street Zepporah Aaron
1 lot, 1 house, I outhouse, Bay St. Fester A. Benjamin
1 lot, I house, Bay Street F.A. Benjamin
1 house, 1 outhouse, Bay Street L. Beliony
1 lot, Bedford Street Hudson Benjamin
1 lot, Harbour Lane F.A. Benjamin
1 lot, Lagoon Sowray Belenjet
I lot, Rodney Street F. A. Benjamin
I ou house, Rodney Street Margarette Buntin
1 lot, I house,1 outhouse, Rollo St. Sylvanie Bethelmie
3 house, Rollo Street Howaid L'e'jamin
1 lot,l house,1 outhouse,Harbour LaneJames Cyri!le
1 house, Harbour Lane Alexina Clarke
1 lot, Melville Street Mann Charles
1 house, 1 outhouse, Rollo Street Josiah Charles
,, Rollo Street Josiah Charles
S Bay Street L.L. Douglas
1 lot, Bay Street Ayoub Dib
1 lot, Bay Street Ayoub Dib
1 house, Harbour Lane L.L. Douglas
1 outhouse, Harbour Lane do
9 OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1954
1 lot, Pembroke Street Weymouth Daniel
1 house, 2 outhouses, Pembroke St. Rupert Dinard
1 house, Pembroke Street T.F. Desbonnes
1 house, Bedford Street Beatrice Edward
SRodney Street Lewis Francis
1 lot, Scott Street Francillia Francis
do Harold George
Mt. Aeolus Est. R.F. Garraway
1 lot, 1 house, Bay Street Hartwig Henry
I house, Douglas Street Adelaide Hamilton
I lot, 1 house, 1 outhouse,Pembroke St. Est. J.B. Hector
1 house, Pembroke Street Rachel Hendricks
1 lot, 1 house, Pembroke Street Enid Hypolite
Scott Street Earl W. Hector
1 house, Bay Street Est. Buddy Israel
,, Bedford Street Josephine Israel
.1 hou:e, 1 outhouse, Bay Street Rosabe'le Jules
1 lot, Harbour Lane Mrs. Eliza Joseph
do Arthur Jon, s
1 lot, Harbour Lane Est. Lena Jo2
1 outhouse, Holland Street Leontine Jno. Baptiste
1 lot, 1 house, Middle Lane Martine Jean
1 house, Middle Lane Martine Jean
,, Lagoon Lorlin Jervais
1 outhouse, Pembroke Street do
1 house, Rodney Street Phin Joseph
1 lot, Upper Lane Ethelina Joseph
,, 2 houses, i outhouse, Bay St. F.A. Leslie
,, Bay Street Everimna Lewis
,, Bay Street Everlina Leroy
,, Harbour Lane Everlina Leroy
1 house, Pembroke Street John Lawrence
S Bay Street Emily Mul n
1 lot, 1 outhouse, Bay Street Est. J.R. Montrose
1 house, 1 outhouse, Bay Street Joseph Magloi e
1 lot, Bay Street Joseph Magloire
1 outhouse, Bay Street Josephine Magloire
1 house. Egmont Street Rhonie Magloire
1 lot, Harbour Lane Toussaint Matthew
1 house, 1 outhouse, Harbour Lane Eldica Magloire
1 lot, Pembroke Street Evy Montrose
,, 1 house, Rodney Street Woodrow Magloire
,, Bay Street Rose Ann Peter
S Bedford Street J.F. Phipos
,, Bedford Street Heywood Powell
1 house, Lagoon Destin Pierre Louis
1 outhouse, Pembroke Street H. A. Powel
1 house, 1 outhouse, Radney Street Philomen Peter
do Emma Peter
1 lot, 2 houses, outhouse, Pembroke St Lucia Quetelle
1 lot, 1 house, Harbour Lane Ann L. Rabess
1 house, 1 outhouse, Pembroke Street Elaine Rodney
lot,l house,2 outhouses, Bay Street A.C. Shillingford & Co.
Bay Street E.M. Stedman
Grandby Street Sugar Loaf Estate
1 house, 2 outhouses, Grandby St. do
,, Lagoon Jeanne St. Louis
1 lot, 1 house, Scott Street Selina Sanford
,, I, 1 outhouse, Scott St. Beatrice Steadman
,Bay Street Est. J.G. Tavernier
1 house, Douglas Street Rebecca Theodore
,, Harbour Lane Tyrell Tavernier
Upper Lane Joannes Tavernier
1 outhouse, Queensborough Street Evelyn Vidal
1 lot, 1 hous-, 1 outhouse, ,ollo St. Sister Vidal
1 house, Rodney Street Patrick William
".T.A. BOYD-Provost Marshal.
METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER KEPT AT BOTANICAL GARDENS, DOMINICA.
Relative Thermometer. Reduced to 8~2 Fh Rainfall for the Rainfall for the
Date Day. DryHumidity. ad Sea Level. rainfall. Year 1954. Year 1953.
Date Dry. Wet.
1954 9m9 a.m. 3p.m. Max'm. Min'm. 9 a m. p.m. Mths. Ins. Pts. Mths. Ins. Pts.
194 9a.m. 3p m. 9a.m. 3p.m.
-^ i -, ,. .10 January 5.^ January 3. 94
Apl. I Thurs. 0 S3 71 72 63 56 90 68 30 03 9 8 .10 January 6 January 3.94
2 Fri 76 8 71 74 78 (64 90 e 63 9.(. .06 February 2.. 5 February 4.89
3 Sat. 78 82 7274 67 90 30.02 29.97 .17 March 3. 4 March 4.11
4 Sun. 81 83 73 72 66 56 90 68 :40 04 19.. .17 April 4 April 4.55
5 Mon. 76 77 70 72 73 78 90 67 30.05 0.(0 1.25 Total 16. 46 Total 17. 49
6 Tues. 75 73 70 70 77 85 90 68 30.0 '9. 1. 16-
7 Wed. 80 80 72 71 66 G63 3 67 3G.31 29.98 .20
8 Thurs. 78 82 73 75 78 7i 89 (8 3000 .9 970
9 Fri 78 82 70 72 66 6CO 9 69 29.99 9.; .03
,10 Sat. 77 81 72 72 78 63 89 (i7 2o..8 2 i .0
,, 1 Sun. 78i 82 71 73 70 64 88 67 .-.02 2 S .8
,12 Mon. 74 81 71 72 86 63 86 67 29 ) 9 .00
S13 rues. 8; 8S3 71 73 63 60 88 71 :0.01 29 6 .0
,14 i Wed. 80 70 72 5S 60 87 ; 300 29. 7 .00
;15 Tnrs. t7 82 70 73 66 C4 5 .9 :'0.01 9 8 .,
Fri. 7 81 71 72 66 6s 84 67 (.99 29.96 .00
,,17 Sat. 82 8' 75 76 71 71 85 69 0.00 9.97 0
18 Sn. 79 80 75 74 82 7.4 8(; (8 :9.1 29.-2 .00
19 IVlon. 80 82 72 75 66 71 86 C9 29.98 29.95 .E0
,20 i Tues. 80 79 72 71 66 I 66 86 (8 29-9 2 0 ( !0
,21 Wed. I 78 8;3 70 74 6i 64 85 68 (9 95 |5 9 8 *'
22 Thurs. 78 8! 72 75 75 74 86 (1 !9 '5 19.9 ..0
,,23 Fri. 82 85 73 77 64 68 87 (8 .94 29 i .0
24 Sat. 84 84 74 77 61 72 88 (8 29.97 '9 92 ,
,25 Sun. 84 85 75 77 64 Vi 87 (8 29 5 :9.5 .(0
,26i Mon. 8i 86 75 76 71 62 8 (8 19 98 2997 0
27 Tues. 83 86 73 76 60 62 A0 69 -: 8 ',9.95 0
,28i Wed. 85 88 72 76 51 56 91 (9 .9 7 "9.!;0 .C0
29 Thurs. 85 85 74 77 57 68 !0 ( '; 5 9.92 0
30 Fri. 82 85 73 75 64 61 87 (8 '.8 1 9.92 !0
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