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Title: Trinidad and Tobago revised ordinances, 1950
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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO


REVISED ORDINANCES, 1950

PREPARED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF
THE LAW REVISION ORDINANCE
Ch. 1. No. 1.

BY
ELLIOT FRANCIS MAINGOT
CROWN SOLICITOR OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO




THIS VOLUME CONTAINS THE ORDINANCES RESERVED
BY CH. 1. NO. 1. AND BY SUBSEQUENT PROCLAMATIONS



VOL. X.



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1951.
[Appointed by he Government of the Colony of Trinidad and Tobago the Government Printers
of this Edition within the meaning of the Evidence (Colonial Statutes) Act, 1907.]
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CONTENTS


Reference number of Subject matter and Remarks. Page.
Ordinance.


1905 REVISION
No. 139 (Ord. 29-1898)


No. 277 (Ord. 6-1863)


No. 292 (Ord. 7-1862)


No. 45-1908 ... ...


No. 26-1909 ... ...


No. 31-1912 ...


1925 REVISION
Cap. 117 ...


Cap. 300 ...


No. 23-1926 ...


No. 15-1936 ...


No. 12-1947 (except


No. 10-1863


No. 23-1915

No. 45-1921

No. 31-1926


GROUP I.-ORDINANCES RELATING TO
CERTAIN PROPERTY RIGHTS.
Extinguishing certain right of way through
Government buildings, Port-of-Spain.

Vesting of Admiralty property in the Lord
High Admiral or the Admiralty
Commissioners.

Vesting of securities taken by the Registrar,
Supreme Court or his predecessors in
office.

Extinguishing c rtain rights of way in
Port-of-Spain over lands used by the
Government Railway.

Appropriating certain lands in Port-of-
Spain to the purposes of the Government
Railway.

Incorporating the Cipero Tramroad in the
Government Railway.


The Caroni and Laventille reclamation
scheme.

Vesting in the Crown certain properties in
Tobago.

Vesting in the Crown the property known
as the Drill Hall, Port-of-Spain.

Vesting of La Coulee Land in the San
Fernando Corporation.

Trinidad Consolidated Telephones Limited
(Sale of Tobago Telephone System).


GROUP II.--ORDINANCES RELATING TO
CERTAIN MARRIAGES.
Confirming certain marriages (re-enacted
by Ordinance 9-1908).

Validating certain marriages.

Validating certain marriages.

Authorising the registration of certain
marriages.










Contents.


Reference number of
Ordinance.

1925 REVISION--continued.
No. 4-1928 ...


No. 7-1930 ...


No. 31-1930 ...

No. 2-1947



Cap. 219


Cap. 220 ...

Cap. 221 ...

Cap. 222 ...

Cap. 234 ...


No. 16-1930


No. 41-1931 ...


No. 38-1932 ...


No. 3-1934 ...


No. 3-1935 ...


No. 8-1935


No. 9-1935


No. 38-1935


No. 34-1939


No. 3-1941 ... .

No. 27-1941 ... .


No. 23-1942 ...


Subject matter and Remarks.


GROUP I 1.-continued.
Validating certain marriages between
Indian Immigrants.

Authorising the registration of certain
marriages.

Validating certain marriages.

Marriage (validation).


Gorur III.-LOAN ORDINANCES.
Public Works Loan Ordinance, 1912-
L551,042.

Local I.oan Ordinance, 1915--100,000.

Local Loan Ordinance, 1918--100,000.

Local Loan Ordinance, 1920---1000,000,000.

San Fernando Improvement Loan Ordi-
nance, 1921-- 550,000.

Port of Spain Improvement (Eastern
Market) l.oan Ordinance, 1930- -24,000.

Waterworks and Agricultural Bank Loan
Ordinance, 1931- :1,100,000.

Imperial Treasury War Loan (Repayment)
Ordinance, 1932-- 422,892.

Deep Water Harbour Loan Ordinance,
1934- /1,000,000.

Public Works and Housing Commission
Loan Ordinance, 1935-$1,440,000.

Port-of-Spain Improvement Loan Ordi-
nance, 1935-$446,400.

Electric Lighting and Tramway Works
Loan Ordinance, 1935-$1,760,000.

Cocoa Subsidy Loan Ordinance, 1935-
$2,500,000.

Port-of-Spain Improvement Loan Ordi-
nance, 1939- $682,877.

War Loan Ordinance, 1941-87,000,000.

Trinidad Electricity Board (Loan) Ordi-
nance, 1941-$3,000,000.

Trinidad Electricity Board (Loan) (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1942 (Supplement to
No. 27 of 1941).


Page.









Contents.


Reference number of
Ordinance.


- -I -


1025 REVISION-continued.
No. 2-1943 ... ...


No. 4-1944 ... .



No. 30-1944 ...


No. 33-1944 ... ...



No. 46-1945


No. 41-1946 .


No. 3-1948





Cap. 301 ...

Cap. 304 ...

Cap. 305 ...

Cap. 306 ... ...

Cap. 307 ...


Cap. 308 ...

Cap. 309 ...


Cap. 315 ...



No. 46-1925 ... .


No. 21-1927 and No. 18-
1949 ......

No. 7-1929 ... .


No. 14-1930 ... .

No. 39-1931 ... .


Subject matter and Remarks.


GROUP Ill.-continued.
War Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1943
(Supplement to No. 3 of 1941).

War Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1944
(Supplement to Nos. 3 of 1941 and 2 of
1943).

Slum Clearance and Housing (Loan)
Ordinance, 1944--$5,000,000.

San Fernando (Redemption of Loans and
Improvement) Loan Ordinance, 1944-
$500,000.

Public Works Loan Ordinance, 1945-
$15,000,000.

Electricity Loan Ordinance, 1946-
$4,000,000.

Public Works Loan (Amendment) Ordi-
nance, 1948 (Supplement to No. 46 of
1945).


GRouP IV.-PRIVATE ORDINANCES.
Roman Catholic Archbishop Incorporation.

Presbyterian Church Incorporation.

Baptist Church Incorporation.

Salvation Army Incorporation.

Young Men's Christian Association
Incorporation.

St. Mary's College Trustees Incorporation.

Royal Prince of Wales Lodge of
Freemasons Incorporation.

British Guiana and Trinidad Mutual Fire
Insurance Company Limited (Trinidad
Branch).

Seventh-day Adventist Church Incorpora-
tion.

Mount St. Benedict Monastery Incorpora-
tion.

St. Andrew Lodge of Freemasons
Incorporation.

Church of England Incorporation.

Tackveeyatul Islamic Association of
Trinidad Incorporation.


Page.










Contents.


Reference number of Subject matter and Remarks. Page.
Ordinance.


1925 IREVISION-continued.
No. 15-1932 ... .


No. 19-1932 ... .


No. 36-1932 ... .

No. 24-1935 ... .


No. 25-1935 ... .


No. 36-1941 ... .


No. 43-1943 ... .


No. 37-1944 ... .

No. 29-1946 ...


No. 30-1946 ...


No. 39-1946 ...


No. 11-1947 ... .

No. 14-1947 ...


No. 15-1947 ... .

No. 9-1949 ... ...

No. 11-1949 ...


No. 12-1949 ... ...


No. 24-1949 ... .


No. 35-1950 ... .



No. 2-1916 ...

No. 38-1933 ...


--


GROUP IV.-continued.
Hindu Sanatam Dharam Association of
Trinidad Incorporation.

Sanatan Dharma Board of Control Incor-
poration.

Kabir Association of Trinidad Incorpora-
tion.
Anjuman Sunnat-ul-Jammat Association
of Trinidad Incorporation.

Royal Philanthropic Lodge of Freemasons
Incorporation.

Coterie of Social Workers of Trinidad and
Tobago (Incorporation).

Arya Pratinidhi Sabha of Trinidad
(Incorporation).

Lodge Alexandra of Freemasons
(Incorporated).
Young Women's Christian Association of
Trinidad (Incorporation).

Trinidad Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals (Incorporation).

Seunarine Dharam Sabha of Trinidad
(Incorporation).

St. Joseph's Convent (Incorporation).

Trinidad and Tobago Blind Welfare
Association (Incorporation).

Royal Victoria Institute.

Holy Name Convent (Incorporation).

Child Welfare League of Trinidad and
Tobago Incorporation.

Trinidad and Tobago Nursery Association
Incorporation.

West Indian United Baptist Sacred Order
(Incorporation).

Society of St. de Pa:!l of Trinidad and
Tobago In orpo ation.

GROUP V.-MISCELLANEOUS.
Preserving certain pension rights.

Preserving certain pension rights (and see
Proclamations No. 58 of 1934, 42 of 1935,
15, 50 and 58 of 1938).










Contents.


Reference number of Subject matter and Remarks. Page
Ordinance.


1925 REISIoN--continued.
No. 24-1939 ... .

No. 28-1941 ... .

No. 13-1942 ... .


No. 8-1943 ...


No. 34-1943 ...


No. 16-1946 ...


No. 22-1946 ...


No. 47-1946


No. 60-1946 ...

No. 8-1947 ... ...


No. 9-1947 ...


No. 46-1947


No. 22-1948 ... .

No. 35-1948 ... .

No. 29-1949 ... .

No. 30-1949


No. 31-1949


No- 36-1949 ... .

No. 11-1950 ... .

No. 29-1950 ...

No. 2-1950 ... .

No. 26-1950 ... .

No. 45-1950 ...


GRouP V.-continued.
R. A. Valentine, Pension. 230

Herbert Stephen, Pension. 231

Port-of-Spain Corporation House Rate
(Validation) Ordinance, 1942. 232

Schlumburger Organisations (Taxation
Exemptions) Ordinance, 1943. 235

Dudley Ernest Best (Gratuity and Annual
Allowance) Ordinance, 1943. 239

Port-of-Spain Corporation House Rate
(Fixation) Ordinance, 1946. 240

Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance,
1946. 242

Rebecca Halkhoree (Gratuity and Reduced
Pension) Ordinance, 1946. 243

Public Officers Guarantee Fund (Repeal). 244

Nomination and Election (Validation and
Indemnity) Ordinance, 1947. 247

Henry Bernard Kangaloo (Gratuity and
Reduced Pension) Ordinance, 1947. 248

Alexander Ewart Lakhan (Pensions) Ordi-
nance, 1947. 249

Gilbert Roberts (Pension) Ordinance, 1948. 250

San Fernando Corporation (Amendment). 251

Catherine Reid Ross (Widow's Pension). 256

Mary Antoinette Pierre (Gratuity and
Pension). 257

San Fernando Slaughter-Houses Bye-
Laws (Validation). 258

Appropriation. 259

Rent Restriction (Continuance). 263

1948 Supplementary Appropriation. 264

Provident Fund (Amendment). 266

Trinidad Muslim League (Incorporation.) 267

Legislative and Executive Council Members
(Clarification of Status). 269


T.-X.







Right of Way (Prince Street). [No. 139 of 1905. 1


No. 139.-1905 REVISED EDITION.

AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXTINGUISHMENT OF Ordinance
A CERTAIN RIGHT OF WAY. No. 29-189

WHEREAS it is expedient to provide in the interests of the
public for the extinguishment of the right of way heretofore
existing along that part of the street heretofore known as
Prince Street and now covered by the improvements and
extensions of the Government Buildings facing Brunswick
Square :*

1. The right of the public to pass and repass through and
along the ground formerly part of Prince Street in the
Borough of Port-of-Spain between Brunswick Square and
St. Vincent Street shall be and the same is hereby
extinguished.

2. The Governor may by order authorise the closing of
the gates to the centre of the said Government Buildings
between Brunswick Square and St. Vincent Street aforesaid
on such days and at such hours as he shall from time to
time deem expedient.

3. This Ordinance commenced on the 11th day of
October, 1898.










Now known as Woodford Square.
T.-X. 1









No. 277 of 1905.] Admiralty Property..


No. 277.-1905 REVISED EDITION.

Ordinance AN ORDINANCE FOR VESTING ALL ESTATES AND PROPERTY
No. 6-1863. OCCUPIED BY OR FOR THE NAVAL SERVICE OF THE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND IN
THE LORD HIGH ADMIRAL, OR THE COMMISSIONERS FOR
EXECUTING THE OFFICE OF LORD HIGH ADMIRAL OF
THE SAID UNITED KINGDOM FOR THE TIME BEING.

WHEREAS it is expedient that all messuages, lands,
tenements and hereditaments that may be purchased or in
any manner used and occupied by or for the Naval Service
o'f the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland should
be vested in the Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom
or the Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High
Admiral aforesaid for the time being:

vesting of 1. From and after the purchase and conveyance, grant
property
purchased. or demise thereof, all messuages, lands, tenements and
hereditaments which shall at any time or times be purchased,
taken, held or occupied by the Lord High Admiral, or the
Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High
Admiral aforesaid for the time being, or by any person or
persons by his or their order for the Naval Service of the
said United Kingdom, or of any of the departments of or
belofiging to the said Naval Service, and all erections and
buildings which shall then or may thereafter be erected or
built thereon, with the rights, members, easements and
appurtenances to the same respectively belonging, shall in
like manner be and become and remain and continue
vested in the Lord High Admiral of the said United
Kingdom, or the Commissioners for executing the Office of
Lord High Admiral aforesaid for the time being, and his or
their successors in the said Office, according to the
respective nature and quality of the said messuages, lands,
tenements and hereditaments, and the several estates and
interests of and in the same respectively in trust as
aforesaid.


Admiralty Property.


No. 277 of 1905.]







Admiralty Property. [No. 277 of 1905. 3

2. Upon the death, resignation or removal of the present Property
Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High perpetual
Admiral of the said United Kingdom or of any of them, succession.
or of any future such Commissioners, or of any Lord High
Admiral of the said United Kingdom, all such messuages,
lands, tenements and hereditaments respectively shall
become vested in -and be held by the succeeding
Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord High
Admiral aforesaid, or the Lord High Admiral aforesaid, as
the case may be, and so in perpetual succession, according
to the respective nature and quality of the said messuages,
lands, tenements and hereditaments and the several estates
and interests of and in the same respectively in trust as
aforesaid.
3. In all deeds, conveyances, leases, contracts and other Description
instruments touching any estate, property, matter or thing o comm-
relating to the Naval Service of the said United Kingdom or deeds.
to any department under the control of the Commissioners
for executing the Office of Lord High Admiral aforesaid, or
whereto they or any of them shall be parties, it shall be
sufficient to describe them generally by the style and title
of The Commissioners for executing the Office of Lord
High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland", without expressing their names, and all such
deeds, conveyances, leases, contracts and other instruments
wherein the said Commissioners shall be so described, and
the execution or signature thereof by any two of them, shall
be as valid and effectual to all intents and purposes as if
they or any of them had been expressly named therein and
had executed or signed the same.
4. It shall and may be lawful for the Commissioners for Property
executing the Office of Lord High Admiral aforesaid for the posed of.
time being or any two or more of them or the Lord High
Admiral aforesaid, to sell, exchange, or in any manner
dispose of or let or demise any of the messuages, lands,
tenements and hereditaments respectively which shall be
vested in them under or by virtue of this Ordinance with
their respective appurtenances, either by public auction or
private contract, and in due form of law to convey,
surrender, assign, or make over, or to grant or demise the
same respectively as the case may require to any person or
1 (2)







No. 277 of 1905.] Admiralty Property.


persons who shall be willing to purchase or take the same
respectively, and also to do any other act matter or thing
in relation to any such messuages, lands, tenements, and
hereditaments which they or he shall deem beneficial for
the public service in relation thereto or for the better
management thereof, which might be done by any person
or persons having a like interest in any such messuages,
lands, tenements or hereditaments.
Actions by 5. It shall be lawful for the said Commissioners for
Comdins executing the Office of Lord High Admiral aforesaid for the
sioners. time being, and they are hereby authorised and empowered
to bring, prosecute and maintain any action, suit, or other
proceeding at law or in equity, for recovering possession of
any messuages, lands, tenements or hereditaments by this
Ordinance vested in them or him as aforesaid, and to
distrain or sue for any arrears of rent which shall have or
shall become due for or in respect thereof, under any
demise from the said Commissioners or Lord High Admiral
or any person or persons on their or his behalf, or on behalf
of His Majesty, and also to bring, prosecute, or maintain or
to defend any action or suit in respect or in relation to the
said messuages, lands, tenements or hereditaments, or any
trespass or encroachment committed thereon, or damage or
injury done thereto; and in every such action or suit the
said Commissioners shall be called The Commissioners for
executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain
and Ireland," without naming them; and no such action
or suit shall abate by the death, resignation or removal of
such Commissioners or any of them or of such Lord High
Admiral, any law, custom, or usage to the contrary notwith-
standing; and the said Commissioners or Lord High
Admiral shall be entitled to recover costs for and on behalf
of His Majesty, where judgment shall be given for the
Crown, and shall be liable to pay costs where judgment shall
be given against the Crown in any such action, suit, or other
proceeding, in like manner, and subject to the same rules
and .provisions as though such action, suit, or other
proceeding had been had between subject and subject.
Short title. 6. This Ordinance may be cited as the Admiralty Property
Ordinance.







Registrar's Securities. [No. 292 of 1905. 5


No. 292.-1905 REVISED EDITION.

AN ORDINANCE TO VEST THE SECURITIES TAKEN BY AN Ordinance
ESCRIBANO OR REGISTRAR IN HIS SUCCESSORS IN No. 7-1862.
OFFICE.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Registrar's short title.
Securities Ordinance.

2. All mortgages, 'covenants, judgments, recognisances, Deed made
bonds, and other securities whatsoever, which at any time by ogimsr
heretofore have been granted unto or made with, or to, may be
or recovered by or otherwise made, taken, entered up or forced by
acknowledged in the name of any former Escribano or
Registrar, for the time being, of any of the Courts of Justice
in this Colony, and which may be still subsisting and in
force, or not satisfied, or otherwise vacated or discharged,
shall be, and the same are hereby declared to be vested in
the present Escribano or Registrar, for the time being, of
every or any such Court respectively, and it shall be lawful
and competent for the present Escribano or Registrar of any
and every such Court respectively to enforce, sue for,
prosecute and recover upon every or any such mortgage,
covenant, judgment, recognisance, bond, or other security,
both at law and in equity, by all lawful means and remedies
whatsoever, as fully and effectually as if such mortgage,
covenant, judgment, recognisance, bond, or other security
had been granted unto or made with, or to, or recovered by,
or otherwise made, taken, entered up or acknowledged in
the name of such present Escribano or Registrar, any rule
of law to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

3. Whenever, upon any vacancy hereafter occurring in upon
the office of Escribano or Registrar of any Court of Justice vny I
in this Colony, any person shall be duly appointed to such Registrar all
office, thereupon all mortgages, covenants, judgments, etc., toe
recognisances, bonds, and other securities whatsoever, vested in his
which at any time theretofore may have been granted unto successor.







6 No. 292 of 1905.] Registrar's Securities.

or made with, or to, or recovered by or otherwise made,
taken, entered up, or acknowledged in the name of any
former Escribano or Registrar of the same Court, and which
shall be still subsisting and in force, not satisfied or otherwise
vacated or discharged, and all rights, actions, and remedies
whatsoever, both at law and in equity, for upon or in respect
of or in relation to the same respectively, shall forthwith,
by virtue of this Ordinance, be vested in the person so
appointed, as fully and effectually to all intents and purposes
as if such mortgages, covenants, judgments, recognisances,
bonds and other securities had been granted unto or made
with, or to, or recovered by or otherwise made, taken,
entered up, or acknowledged in the name of such person so
appointed, any rule of law to the contrary in any wise
notwithstanding.







Rights of Way (South Quay). [No. 45 of 1908.


Rights of Way (South Quay).

AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE EXTINGUISHMENT OF
CERTAIN RIGHTS OF WAY AND OF USER.

[26th December, 1908.] commence-
ment.

WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for the extinguishment
of the rights of way and of user heretofore existing'on over
and along that plot of land in the Town of Port-of-Spain
described in the Schedule hereto: Be it therefore enacted
by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago with the advice
and consent of the Legislative Council thereof as follows:-

1. The right of the public to pass and repass on over and
along-
(a) the ground formerly part of Charlotte Street
lying between the Southern line of South Quay and the
sea, and
(b) any other part, track, street, roadway, footway
or path of or on the plot of land described in the
Schedule hereto
shall be and the same is hereby extinguished.

2. All right of user and occupation heretofore exercised
by the public, whether created by grant, licence or how-
soever otherwise in over and upon the said plot of land,
shall be and the same is hereby extinguished.

3. Provided that the Governor may from time to time
by Proclamation authorise the use and occupation by the
public of such portion of the said plot of land as shall not
be required for the purposes of the Trinidad Government
Railway, and the making opening and maintaining for the
use of the public upon such terms and conditions respectively
as he may think fit of streets and roadways or other








8 No. 45 of 1908.] Rights of Way (South Quay).

thoroughfares on the plot of land described in the said
Schedule.
Passed in Council this Twenty-first day of December,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eight.




SCHEDULE.
All that plot of land in the Town of Port-of-Spain abutting on the
North upon the Southern line of the thoroughfare known as South Quay,
on the South upon the sea, on the East upon the Dry River and on the
West on the prolongation of the Eastern side of Broadway to the sea.








Railway Lands. [No. 26 of 1909.


Railway Lands.

AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE APPROPRIATION OF
CERTAIN LANDS TO THE PURPOSES OF THE TRINIDAD
GOVERNMENT RAILWAY.

[17th December, 1909.] ommence-
ment.

WHEREAS in pursuance of the authority given by the
Ordinance No. 22-1858, certain lands to the eastward of
the river St. Ann were reclaimed from the sea, and the
lands so reclaimed were vested in the Crown;
AND WHEREAS by section 4 of the said Ordinance it is
provided that the lands so reclaimed and not required for
certain specified purposes might be sold or appropriated to
such purposes as by any Ordinance might be directed;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient to appropriate so much
of the said lands as is hereinafter described to the purposes
of the Trinidad Government Railway, and that all public
rights of user in and over the said land should be
extinguished;
BE it enacted by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof'as follows:-
The lands described in the Schedule hereto shall be
and the same are hereby appropriated to the use and for
the purposes of the Trinidad Government Railway, and
all rights of user heretofore exercised by the public in over
and upon the said lands shall be and the same are hereby
extinguished.
Passed in Council this sixth day of December, in the
year of Our Lord One thousand nine hundred and nine.


Railway Lands.


[No. 26 of 1909.









10 No. 26 of 1909.] Railway Lands.

SCHEDULE.

All that parcel of land containing one acre, two roods and twenty-
four perches situate within the Town of Port-of-Spain, and bounded on
the North by the South Quay Road, on the South by the Trinidad
Government Railway, on the East by a road, and on the West by lands
of the Trinidad Government Railway.







Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 11





Cipero Tramroad.

AN ORDINANCE TO CARRY INTO EFFECT AN AGREEMENT
RELATING TO THE CIPERO TRAMROAD AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES INCIDENTAL THERETO.

[1st July, 1912.] Commence-
ment.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Cipero Tramroad short title.
Ordinance, 1912.

2. From and after the commencement of this Ordinance Dissolution
the corporate body known as the Board of Comrrissioners of io"mm"i-
the Cipero Tramroad appointed under Ordinances Nos. 4 of
1856 and 20 of 1869 and the Tramroad Commissioners
Ordinance No. 227 shall be dissolved and all rights powers
and authority conferred upon them by the said Ordinances
or any other Ordinance shall absolutely cease and determine.

3. The agreement set, forth in the First Schedule hereto confirmation
shall as from the date thereof be valid and effectual, of areeen
according to the tenor thereof, to effect the surrender of all
the right, title and interest in the Cipero Tramroad of the
Board of Commissioners of the Cipero Tramroad and the
said agreement is hereby confirmed and declared to be valid
and effectual for all the purposes aforesaid.

4. It is declared that the Cipero Tramroad and the Property in
branches thereof, and all the lands used or occupied for the tranroad.
purposes thereof with their appurtenances, as the same are
particularly described in the Second Schedule hereto, are
and shall remain vested in His Majesty the King His Heirs
and Successors in absolute dominion, and free from all







12 No. 31 of 1912.]


claims, rights, estates, interests, charges or incumbrances
whatsoever.
Tramroad to 5. The Cipero Tramroad as hereinbefore described, shall
poratein be incorporated in the Government Railways of this Colony
Government and shall form portion thereof, and the provisions of the
Railway. Railways Ordinance, No. 145 shall apply to such portion as
if the same had been constructed by the Government under
the provisions of such last mentioned Ordinance.
Agreements 6. The agreements contained in the Third Schedule to
in Third
Schedule, this Ordinance shall as from the date of the commencement
of this Ordinance be valid and effectual for all purposes,
and shall in accordance with the terms thereof be binding
upon His Majesty the King His Heirs and Successors, and
upon the Government of this Colony, the New Colonial
Company Limited and the Tennants Estates Limited therein
mentioned, and all persons or corporations claiming through
under or in succession to them. And no claim shall arise
and no action or other proceeding shall be brought or
commenced by any third party against any party to any
of the said agreements on the ground or in respect of any
such agreements having been entered into or otherwise on
the ground or in respect thereof, or on the ground or in
respect of the dissolution of the said Board of Commissioners
or of the cesser and determination of their powers and
functions.
Books, etc., 7. All books, documents and papers whatsoever relating
of Commis-
sionersto be to the management upkeep and control of the Cipero
handed over. Tramroad which at or immediately before the commence-
ment of this Ordinance were in the possession or control of
the Board of Commissioners of the Cipero Tramroad shall
be handed over by the Secretary of the Commissioners or
other person having them in his possession to the Chief
Resident Engineer of the Trinidad Government Railways.
Repeal. 8. The Tramroad Commissioners Ordinance, No. 227, in
so far as the same refers to the Board of Commissioners of
the Cipero Tramroad, and the Cipero Tramway (Crossings)
Ordinance, No. 228 are hereby repealed.
Passed in Council this Seventeenth day of June, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twelve.


Cipeyo Tramroad








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 13

FIRST SCHEDULE.
A."
This is the Deed marked A referred to in the
prefixed affidavit of Patrick Corbie sworn to
this 8th day of May, 1912.
Before me,
B. MONTSERIN,
Acting Deputy. Registrar-General.
Prepared by me.
A. D. O'CONNOR,
Conveyancer.
TRINIDAD.
THIS AGREEMENT made and entered into this first day of May in
the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twelve Between
THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS of the CIPERO TRAMROAD
hereinafter called the Board of the one part and HORACE RICHARD
MARWOOD Chief Resident Engineer of the Trinidad Government
Railway Extensions of the other part WHEREAS it is proposed to extend
the Railway System of the Colony and the Cipero Tramroad is required
for the purposes of such extension AND WHEREAS the Board is satisfied
that it is to the public interest to surrender the said Tramroad to the
Government for the purposes aforesaid and has by Resolution dated the
first day of May 1912 ordered and directed that this agreement be entered
into for the purpose of effecting such surrender NOW THIS AGREEMENT
WITNESSETH that in consideration of the premises The Board hereby
surrenders to the Government the said Tramroad and all its right title
and interest therein IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said parties hereto
have hereunto set their hands the day and year first herein written.
Signed and delivered by Harris Harragin,
Henry Earle Murray, and John Lang HARRIS HARRAGIN,
Moodie, three of the members of the Chairman.
Board of Commissioners of the Cipero
Tramroad in pursuance of a Resolu- H. E. MURRAY.
tion of the Board dated the first day
of May 1912 in the presence of John J. L. MOODIE.
Melhuish, Accountant, San Fernando.
Before me,
L. A. VILAIN,
Justice of the Peace.
Signed and delivered by the within named'
Horace Richard Marwood in the
presence of Patrick Corbie of No, 55, -H. R. MARWOOD.
Abercrombie Street, Port-of-Spain,
Solicitor's Clerk.
And of me,
A. D. O'CONNOR,
Conveyancer.








14 No. 31 of 1912.] Cipero Tramroad.

I, JOHN MELHUISH of the Town of San Fernando in the Island of
Trinidad Accountant make oath and say that I was personally present
on the first day of May one thousand nine. hundred and twelve at San
Fernando aforesaid and did then and there see Harris Harragin, Henry
Earle Murray and John Lang Moodie three of the members of the Board of
Commissioners of the Cipero Tramroad sign and deliver the within written
deed as and for the act and deed of the said Board in pursuance of a Reso-
lution of the said Board which deed purports to be a deed of two parts and
made between the Board of Commissioners of the Cipero Tramroad of
the one part and Horace Richard Marwood of the other part and that the
signatures Harris Harragin ", H. E. Murray ", and J. L. Moodie to
the said deed subscribed are of the proper handwriting of the said
Harris Harragin, Henry Earle Murray, and John Lang Moodie respectively
and that the signatures John Melhuish and L. A. Vilain to the
said deed subscribed as those of the witnesses to the execution of the same
by the said Board are of the proper handwriting of me this deponent
and of the said L. A. Vilain.
Sworn to at 2/4 King Street in the Town)
of San Fernando this Sixth day of JOHN MELHUISH.
May, 1912. J
Before me.
L. A. VILAIN,
Justice of the Peace.


I, PATRICK CORBIE of number 55 Abercromby Street in the Town
of Port-of-Spain in the Island of Trinidad Solicitor's Clerk make oath and
say that I was personally present on the eighth day of May one thousand
nine hundred and twelve at Port-of-Spain aforesaid and did then and there
see Horace Richard Marwood one of the parties to the deed hereto prefixed
marked A purporting to be a deed of two parts and made between the
Board of Commissioners of the Cipero Tramroad of the one part and the
said Horace Richard Marwood of the other part sign and deliver the same
as and for his act and deed and that the signature H. R. Marwood to
the said deed subscribed is of the proper handwriting of the said Horace
Richard Marwood and that the signatures Patrick Corbie and A. D.
O'Connor to the said deed subscribed as those of the witnesses attesting
the due execution of the same by the said Horace Richard Marwood are of
the proper handwriting of me this deponent and of the said A. D.
O'Connor.
Sworn to at the Registrar-General's Ofice
in the Town of Port-of-Spain this 8th PATRICK CORBIE.
day of May one thousand nine hun-
dred and twelve.
Before me,
B. MONTSERIN,
Acting Deputy Registrar-General.








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 15

SECOND SCHEDULE.

THE CIPERO TRAMROAD.
(A) The Tramroad called the Cipero Tramroad described in the
Final order of the Central Road Board dated 1st April, 1858
and signed by Sylvester Devenish the Secretary to the Board
published in the Royal Gazette Vol. 24 No. 14 dated April 7, 1858
commencing at a point called the old shipping place at the Cipero
River on the plantation Les Efforts and running thence in an
easterly direction to its terminus at the Mission Village now called
Princes Town-together with the authorised extension thereof
to a point on the high road near the entrance to the plantation
Broomage."
(B) A branch line known as the Mon Repos or Ballast Pit"
branch commencing by a junction with the Cipero Tramroad
first described, at a point thereon 390 feet or thereabout measured
along the said tramroad in an easterly direction from the centre
of the level crossing carrying the southern main road across it
at the point known as the Cross" and extending in a north-
easterly direction through the Les Efforts, Felicite, and Mon
Repos Estates crossing the Naparima-Mayaro Main Road and
thence to its terminus at the gravel pit on the eastern side of the
Naparima Hill.
(C) A branch known as the "Jordan Hill" branch commencing
by a junction with the Cipero Tramroad first described, at a
point approximately 3,762 feet measured along that tramroad
in an easterly direction from the centre of the level crossing of
the Manahambre Road over the said Cipero Tramroad, south of
Ste. Madeleine Village, and extending in a southerly direction
through the Ste. Madeleine, St. Charles, and Cupar Grange Estates
crossing the Manahambre Road near Cherco Village, and crossing
the Inverness Public Road to its termination on the lands of the
plantation Jordan Hill.
(D) A branch known as the Cedar Hill" branch commencing by
a junction with the Cipero Tramroad first described, at a point
thereon approximately 4,520 feet measured in an easterly direction
along the said tramroad, from the junction of the Jordan Hill
branch last described, and extending in a south-westerly direction
through the Belvedere and Cedar Hill Estates to its termination.









16 No. 31 of 1912.] Cipero Tramroad.

THIRD SCHEDULE.

TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, I Joseph
Phillips Crawley of the City of London Notary Public duly admitted and
sworn do hereby certify that on the day of the date hereof personally came
and appeared before me George Morris Ohlson the Declarant named in the
Declaration hereto annexed marked "A and by solemn declaration
which the said Declarant then made before me in the due form of Law
did solemnly and sincerely declare to be true the several matters and
things mentioned and contained in the said annexed declaration.
IN FAITH AND TESTIMONY WHEREOF I,
the said Joseph Phillips Crawley have here-
unto signed my name and affixed my Seal of
Office and have caused the said declaration
and also the agreement marked B"
mentioned and referred to in and by the said
declaration to be hereunto also annexed.
Dated at London, England, the twenty-second day of February in
the year one thousand nine hundred and twelve.
In Testimonium Veritatis.

[LS] J. PHILLIPS CRAWLEY,
Notary Public.




A."
This is the declaration marked A referred to in
my certificate hereto prefixed, dated the
twenty-second day of February, 1912.

J. PHILLIPS CRAWLEY,
Notary Public.
I, GEORGE MORRIS OHLSON of 20, Eastcheap, London, E.C.,
Mercantile Clerk, do solemnly and sincerely declare that I was personally
present on the 22nd day of February one thousand nine hundred and
twelve at 20, Eastcheap, London, E.C., and did then and there see Frank
Preston the Secretary of the New Colonial Company Limited affix the
Common Seal of the said Company to the agreement hereto annexed
marked B in pursuance of a Resolution of the Directors of the said
Company and in the presence of Frederick Lubbock and Edward Packard
two of the said Directors which agreement purports to be an agreement of
two parts and made between Horace Richard Marwood of the one part and
the said Company of the other part and did then and there also see the
said Frederick Lubbock and Edward Packard sign and deliver the said
agreement as and for the act and deed of the said Company and that
the Seal to the said agreement set and affixed is the Common Seal of








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 17

the said Company and that the signatures and words "F, Lubbock,
Director", "E. Packard, Director ", and "Frank Preston, Secretary to
the said agreement subscribed are of the proper handwriting of the said
Frederick Lubbock, Edward Packard and Frank Preston respectively and
that the -signature Geo. M. Ohlson to the said agreement subscribed as
that of the witness attesting the due execution of the same by the said
Company is of the proper handwriting of me this declarant and I make this
declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue
of the said Statute in such case made and provided.
Declared at London, England, this 22ndl
day of February one thousand nine GEO. M. OHLSON.
hundred and twelve. J
Before me,
J. PHILLIPS CRAWLEY,
Notary Public.



B."
This is the Agreement marked "B" referred to
in the prefixed declaration of George Morris
Ohlson made this 22nd day of February,
1912.
Before me,
J. PHILLIPS CRAWLEY,
Notary Public.
THIS AGREEMENT made and entered into this 22nd day of
February, in the year One thousand nine hundred and twelve BETWEEN
HORACE RICHARD MARWOOD of the Ward of St. Joseph in the
Island of Trinidad General Manager and Chief Resident Engineer of
Railways acting herein for and on behalf of the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago and hereinafter called the Engineer (which term includes
the person for the time being performing the duties of Head of the
Railway Department) of the one part and THE NEW COLONIAL
COMPANY LIMITED being a Company incorporated under the Com-
panies Acts of the United Kingdom and carrying on business in the City
of London and certain British Possessions including the Island of Trinidad
and hereinafter called "The Company" of the other part WHEREAS
under and by virtue of Ordinance No. 4 of 1856 as amended by Ordinance
No. 20 of 1869 there was established a tramroad for the transport of the
staple products and general traffic of the Island known as the Cipero
Tramroad" AND WHEREAS the same is under the said Ordinances
vested in the Crown but the control and management thereof is vested in a
Board of Commissioners nominated by the owners of certain plantations
situate in the Wards of Naparima and Savana Grande AND WHEREAS
the Colonial Government is desirous of extending the Railway system of
the Colony partly along and over the said tramroad and for this purpose
to assume the control and management of the same AND WHEREAS
The Company as owners of several of the said plantations are in the
T.-X. 2









18 No. 31 of 1912.] Cipero Tramroad.

enjoyment of certain privileges and facilities from the Board of Cipero
Commissioners which it is expedient to continue under the future working
of the tramroad NOW THEREFORE THIS AGREEMENT WITNES-
SETH as follows:-
1. The Company hereby surrender and abandon all rights at law and
in equity which they at any time claimed or now claim to have on or in
respect of the said tramroad.
2. The Government hereby assumes all and every the obligations of
the Board of Cipero Commissioners to carry public traffic and to maintain
for that purpose the lines and works in good working order as and from
the date of the coming into operation of the Ordinance hereinafter referred
to.
3. The Company shall be at liberty on and for the furtherance of the
business of their own plantations and factories to pass and repass with
their engines, waggons and trucks over such portions of the tramroad as
run within the limits of such plantations or in the event of any lines being
substituted for such portions or any of them then over such substituted
lines subject however to such right being exercised only in accordance
with the Regulations of the Trinidad Government Railway for the time
being in force, and subject to the officers and servants of the Company
following and obeying the directions of the Officers of the Railway in
the working of the trains and concerning the safety of all persons, of the
line and works, and of the trains, minerals, goods, animals, commodities
or things being in or upon any part of the tramroad or works. Provided
always that the Company shall be entitled to use their existing rolling
stock and any part thereof, so long as in the opinion of the Manager of
the Trinidad Government Railways the safe working of the line is not
endangered by such user.
4. In the event of the Company exercising the right given to them by
clause 3 hereof, they shall for the period of five years computed from the
date of the assumption of the tramroad by the Government pay to the
Government at the end of every fortnight a toll, at the rate of two cents
per ton per mile in respect of goods and produce carried by them over such
portion of the said tramroad during such fortnight, and from and after
the expiration of the said period of five years they shall pay to
the Government in respect of goods and produce carried by them over such
portion of the said tramroad a toll of such sum being less than eight cents
per ton per mile as may from time to time be fixed by Regulation. If
however the Company elect that the Government shall cause the haulage
to be done on their behalf then instead of the road toll hereinbefore
provided for they shall pay an inclusive charge to be arranged at the time
so only that the said inclusive charge shall be less than the charges
authorised by the Board of Cipero Commissioners and in force on the
18th of October, 1910. Provided alwaysthat in no case shall the Company
be called on or required to pay a higher toll or rate per mile than is for
the time being charged to or payable by any third party for the carriage
of goods or produce over the said tramroad or any part thereof but shall
be entitled at all times to be treated on the most favoured basis.
5. The Company shall keep a proper book to the satisfaction of the
Engineer who shall either by himself or by any other officer deputed by








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 19

him at all times have free access thereto showing the tonnage and descrip-
tion of the goods and produce carried over the said tramroad and the
distance over which the same is so carried; and the Company shall once
in every week supply to the Engineer a full and accurate return certified
as correct by the principal officer of the Company in charge of the
Company's plantations giving the particulars hereby required to be
kept in the said book, such return to be supplied within seven days of the
last day to which it refers.
6. The Company shall at their own proper cost upkeep and maintain
such portions of the tramroad as shall be used by them and not be
required by the Government for public traffic and in addition thereto
shall pay to the Government by way of rent a sum at the rate of two
shillings per annum per mile.
7. The Government shall as soon as conveniently may be after the
passing of the Ordinance hereinafter referred to construct at its own
expense a duplicate line commencing at the end of the San Fernando
tramroad passing along the Southern side of the existing tramroad
(except where it shall follow the line thereof) to a point near the western
end of the Victoria Village lots where it shall cross the existing line on
the level and proceed along the northern side thereof (except where it
shall follow the existing line) to the point where the Ste. Madeleine
siding of the Company joins the Cipero tramroad near the bridge carrying
it across the Cipero River south of the Ste. Madeleine Village.
8. The Government shall in connection with the construction of such
duplicate line make at its own expense all necessary junctions to com-
municate with:-
(a) the Mon Repos branch (b) the Union Hall branch (c) the
Felicity branch (d) the Corinth branch (e) the Tarouba branch.
9. The siding known as Retrench Fork the property of the Company
and being on the southern side of the existing line shall be abandoned
and a similar siding shall at the expense of the Government be substituted
for it near the eastern end of the Victoria Village on the side of the-Corinth
Road connecting with the duplicate line in paragraph 6 hereof mentioned.
10. The siding known as the Belmont Fork on the southern side of
the existing line shall remain in its present position and be connected
to the said duplicate line or any equally convenient siding shall be
substituted therefore at the cost of the Government.
11. Sidings or crossing loops shall at the expense of the Government
be laid so as to connect with the said duplicate line near the site of the
existing sidings known respectively as Corinth No. 1 Loop, Corinth No. 2
Loop, Corinth Fork, Union Hall Fork, Guinness' Loop and Embarcadere
Fork.
12. In case the Engineer shall find it fiecessary in making the junctions
provided for in clause 8 hereof to remove the Company's weighbridge at
Mon Repos siding the same shall be so removed and re-erected at a
convenient spot near by at the expense of the Government.
13. If it shall be found necessary the Government shall at its own
expense construct a short length duplicate line above the Usine Ste.
Madeleine, that is to say between the Company's private line known as
2 (2)









20 No. 31 of 1912.] Cipero Tramroad.

the Daisy line and that portion of the Company's private line extending
from the Usine Ste. Madeleine yard eastward towards the Company's
Belvedere line with the necessary crossing over the Cipero tramroad on
the level.
14. The Government shall at its own expense construct an additional
line commencing at the termination of the San Fernando tramroad and
running in a westerly direction on the southern side of the existing line
and in continuation of the said duplicate line to the Company's Embarca-
dere siding. Provided always and it is hereby agreed that during the
construction of the duplicate lines hereinbefore firstly and thirdly men-
tioned the Company shall be at liberty to use the existing line without
any other payment than would be required for the use of such duplicate:
lines after the construction thereof.
15. The Company shall be permitted to work their own estate traffic
between Ste. Madeleine and San Fernando over the Government line on
paying the Government for the use of the road a toll at a rate to be less.
than eight cents per ton per mile. Provided always that in no case
shall the Company be called on or required to pay a higher toll or rate per
mile than is for the time being charged to or payable by any third party
for the carriage of goods or produce over the said tramroad or any part
thereof but shall be entitled to be treated on the most favoured basis.
16. Arrangements shall be made with the Engineer to allow the estates.
abutting on the tramroad to load canes into trucks on the line during the
night and at other times but not so as to interfere with or obstruct the
Railway traffic.
17. Where extension works shall cause any damage to existing roads,
sidings, crossing or drains belonging to the Company the same shall at
the expense of the Government be restored to the like good condition
as to levels and otherwise in which they were before;
Provided however these matters shall not already have been taken
into consideration in any compensation paid to the Company.
18. If it becomes necessary at any time to appoint additional watchmen
at road crossings by reason of the altered conditions of railway working
the costs thereof shall be borne by the Government.
19. The Company shall be at liberty to have their canes carried by
manual labour over the Government lines provided that a competent
person is placed in charge of every gang of carriers who shall be responsible
for the safety of such carriers and that no obstruction of any kind is
placed on the line or in proximity to it.
20. The Company will hold the Government and every officer thereof
harmless and indemnified against any claim or action for damage or
otherwise arising in connection with the carrying of canes across the lines
as provided in clause 19 hereof.
21. The Government shall pay to the Company reasonable compensation
for crops destroyed or damaged by reason of the making of the said
line or lines.
22. No compensation shall at any time be payable to the Company for
or in respect of any land taken for the duplication of the line or for the
alteration or restoration of the existing works as provided for in this
agreement and the Company agree to execute at the cost and charges of










the Colonial Government all such conveyances as may be necessary for
vesting such land in His Majesty.
23. The Company shall keep the Government and every officer thereof
harmless and indemnified against all claims or actions for damage or other-
wise for or by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by the
Board of Cipero Commissioners or by the Company in the operation
and working of the said tramroad prior to the passing of the Ordinance
hereinafter referred to.
24. An Ordinance shall as soon as conveniently may be after the execution
of these presents be introduced into the Legislative Council of the Colony
of Trinidad and Tobago for the following purposes:-
(1) To relieve the Cipero Commissioners of their duties and to
terminate their functions.
(2) To pass the control and management of the Cipero tramroad
to the Government Railway Department.
(3) To embody and adopt this agreement as and from the time at
which the functions of the Cipero Commissioners shall cease.
25. This agreement shall only come into operation on the date of the
coming into force of the Ordinance hereinbefore referred to and should
such Ordinance not come into force within one year from the date hereof
shall be null and void.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto
have hereunto set their hands the day and
year first hereinabove written.
The above was prepared by me.
A. D. O'CONNOR,
Conveyancer.


The Common Seal of the New Colonial'
Company, Limited, was hereunto
affixed by the authority of the
Directors of the said Company
in conformity with the Articles
of Association of the said Com-
pany and in the presence of
Frederick Lubbock and Edward
Packard two of the Directors of
the said Company and in the
presence of and countersigned by
Frank Preston as the Secretary
of the said Company in the
presence of Geo. M; Ohlson,
20, Eastcheap, London, E.C.,
Mercantile Clerk.
Signed and delivered by the within
named Horace Richard Marwood
in the presence of Jos. A. H.
Dowdy of No. 30, Siparia Hill,
Port-of-Spain, Solicitor's Clerk
And of me


[L.S.]
F. LUBBOCK, Director.

'E. PACKARD, Director.

FRANK PRESTON,
Secretary.




H. R. MARWOOD.

10/4/1912.

A. D. O'CONNOR,
Conveyancer.


Cibero Tramroad.


[No. 31 of 1912.









22 No. 31 of 1912.] Cipero Tramroad.

I, JOSEPH ANTHONY HUBERT DOWDY of No. 30, Siparia Hill
in the town of Port-of-Spain in the Island of Trinidad Solicitor's Clerk
make oath and say that I was personally present on the 10th day of
April 1912 at Port-of-Spain aforesaid and did then and there see Horace
Richard Marwood one of the parties to the within written deed purporting
to be a deed of two parts made between the said Horace Richard Marwood
of the one part and the New Colonial Company, Limited of the other part
sign and deliver the same as and for his act and deed and that the
signature H. R. Marwood" thereto subscribed is of the proper hand-
writing of the said Horace Richard Marwood and that the signature
Jos. A. H. Dowdy thereto also subscribed as of that of the witness to
the execution of the same by the said Horace Richard Marwood is of the
proper handwriting of me this deponent.
Sworn to at the Registrar-General's)
Office, Port-of-Spain, this 8th day- JOS. A. H. DOWDY.
of May, 1912. J
Before me,
B. MONTSERIN,
Acting Deputy Registrar-General.


TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, I,
JOHN EDWARD NEWTON, Notary Public of the City of London by
Royal Authority duly admitted and sworn, practising in said City do
hereby certify that on the day of the date hereof personally came and
appeared before me CHARLES GARDNER ROUGHT the Declarant
named in the declaration hereto annexed marked "A" and by solemn
declaration which the said Declarant then made before me in the due form
of Law did solemnly and sincerely declare to be true the several matters
and things mentioned and contained in the said annexed declaration.
IN FAITH AND TESTIMONY WHEREOF I
the said Notary have hereunto signed my
name and affixed my Seal of Office and have
[L.S.] caused the said declaration and also the
agreement marked "B mentioned and
referred to in and by the said declaration to
be hereunto also annexed.
Dated at London the twenty-third day of February, in the year one
thousand nine hundred and twelve.
JOHN E. NEWTON,
Notary Public, London.

"A"
This is the Declaration marked "A" referred to
in my certificate hereto prefixed and dated.
the twenty-third day of February, 1912.
Before me,
JOHN E. NEWTON,
Notary Public, London.








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 23

I, CHARLES GARDNER BROUGHT of No. 9, Mincing Lane, in the
City of London, England, Mechanical Engineer, do solemnly and sincerely
declare that I was personally present on the twenty-third day of February,
one thousand nine hundred and twelve at No. 9, Mincing Lane, aforesaid
and did then and there see Alfred Samuel Pearce, the Secretary pro ten of
the Tennant's Estates, Limited, affix the Common Seal of the said
Company to the agreement hereto annexed marked B in pursuance of
a Resolution of the Directors of the said Company and in the presence of
William Augustus Tennant and Edgar Bee Beck two of the said Directors
which agreement purports to be an agreement of two parts and made
between Horace Richard Marwood of the one part and the said Company
of the other part and did then and there also see the said William
Augustus Tennant, Edgar Bee Beck and Alfred Samuel Pearce sign and
deliver the said agreement as and for the act and deed of the said Company
and that the Seal to the said agreement set and affixed is the Common
Seal of the said Company and that the signatures and words
"W. A. Tennant, Director "; "E. B. Beck, Director and "A. S. Pearce,
Secretary, pro ter ", to the said agreement subscribed are of the proper
handwriting of the said William Augustus Tennant, Edgar Bee Beck and
Alfred Samuel Pearce respectively, and that the signature Charles G.
Rought to the said agreement subscribed as that of the witness attesting
the due execution of the same by the said Company is of the proper
handwriting of me this Declarant and I make this declaration
conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of the Statute
in such case made and provided.
Declared at No. 9, Mincing Lane, in
the City of London, this twenty- CHARLES G. ROUGH T
third day of February, one
thousand nine hundred and twelveJ
Before me,
JOHN E. NEWTON,
Notary Public, London.


B."
This is the Agreement marked B referred to
in the prefixed declaration of Charles
Gardner Rought made this twenty-third
day of February, 1912.
Before me,
JOHN E. NEWTON,
Notary Public, London.


THIS AGREEMENT made and entered into this 23rd day of
February one thousand nine hundred and twelve Between HORACE
RICHARD MARWOOD of the Ward of St. Joseph in the Island of
Trinidad General Manager and Chief Resident Engineer of Railways
acting herein for and on behalf of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago
and hereinafter called The Engineer (which term includes the person









24 No. 31 of 1912.] Cipero Tramroad.

for the time being performing the duties of the Head of the Railway
Department) of the one part and TENNANTS ESTATES LIMITED
being a Company incorporated under the Companies Act of the United
Kingdom and carrying on business in the City of London and in the
Island of Trinidad and hereinafter called the Company of the other
part. WHEREAS under and by virtue of Ordinance No. 4 of 1856 as
amended by Ordinance No. 20 of 1869 there was established a tramroad
for the transport of the staple products and general traffic of the Island
known as the Cipero Tramroad AND WHEREAS the same is under
the said Ordinances vested in the Crown but the control and management
thereof are vested in a Board of Commissioners nominated by the owners
of certain plantations situate in the Wards of Naparima and Savana
Grande and WHEREAS the Colonial Government is desirous of extending
the Railway System of the Colony partly along and over the said
tramroad and for this purpose to assume the control and management of
the same AND WHEREAS the Company as owners of several of the said
plantations are in enjoyment of certain privileges and facilities from the
Board of Cipero Commissioners which it is expedient to continue under
the future working of the tramroad NOW THEREFORE THIS
AGREEMENT WITNESSETH AS FOLLOWS:-
1. The Company hereby surrender and abandon all rights at Law and
in Equity which they at any time claimed or now claim to have on or in
respect of the said tramroad.
2. The Government hereby assume all and every the obligations of the
Board of Cipero Commissioners to carry public traffic and to maintain for
that purpose the lines and works in good working order as and from the date
of the coming into operation of the Ordinance hereinafter referred to.
3. The Company shall be at liberty on and for the furtherance of the
business of their own plantations and factories to pass and repass with
their engines waggons and trucks over such portions of the tramroad as
run within the limits of such plantations or in the event of any lines being
substituted for such portions or any of them then over such substituted
lines subject however to such right being exercised only in accordance
with the Regulations of the Trinidad Government Railway for the time
being in force and subject to the officers and servants of the Company
following and obeying the direction of the officers of the Railway in the
working of the trains and concerning the safety of all persons of the line
and works and of the trains, minerals, goods, animals commodities or
things being in or upon any part of the tramroad or works. Provided
always that the Company shall be entitled to use their existing rolling
stock and any part thereof so long as in the opinion of the Manager of the
Trinidad Government Railways the safe working of the line is not
endangered by such user.
4. In the event of the Company exercising the right given to them by
clause 3 hereof they shall for the period of five years computed from the
date of the assumption of the tramroad by the Government pay to the
Government at the end of every fortnight a toll at the rate of two cents
per ton per mile in respect of goods and produce carried by them over such
portion of the said tramroad during such fortnight and from and after the
expiration of the said period of five years they shall pay to the Government








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 25

in respect of goods and produce carried by them over such portion of the
said tramroad a toll of such sum being less than eight cents per ton per
mile as may from time to time be fixed by Regulations. If however the
Company elect that the Government shall cause the haulage to be done on
their behalf then instead of the road toll hereinbefore provided for they
shall pay an inclusive charge to be arranged at the time, so only that the
said inclusive charge shall be less than the charges authorised by the
Board of Cipero Commissioners and in force on the 18th of October, 1910.
Provided always that in no case shall the Company be called on or required
to pay a higher toll or rate per mile than is for the time being charged to or
payable by any third party for the carriage of goods or produce over the
said tramroad or any part thereof, but shall be entitled at all times to be
treated on the most favoured basis.
5. The Company shall keep a proper book to the satisfaction of the
Engineer who shall either by himself or by an officer deputed by him at all
times have free access thereto showing the tonnage and description of the
goods and produce carried over the said tramroad and the distance over
which the same is so carried and the Company shall once in every week
supply to the Engineer a full and accurate return certified as correct by
the principal officer of the Company in charge of the Company's
plantations giving the particulars hereby required to be kept in the said
book such return to be supplied within seven days of the last day to which
it refers.
6. The Company shall at their own proper cost upkeep and maintain
such portions of the tramroad as shall be used by them and not be required
by the Government for public traffic and in addition thereto shall pay to
the Government by way of rent a sum at the rate of two shillings per
annum per mile.
7. The Government shall as soon as conveniently may be after the
passing of the Ordinance hereinafter referred to construct at its own
expense a line between the "Princes Town" or "Guaracara" branch
commencing near the mile mark denoting 42) miles from Port-of-Spain
on that branch and joining with the Cipero tramroad near the Malgretoute
factory.. It is agreed that this line may be constructed by the
Government through the Malgretoute factory yard over the site of the
existing Malgretoute Buen Intento Road eastward of the yard pond or
reservoir and the Engineer may divert the said road at the expense of the
Government in accordance with the plan attached in a manner to avoid
its crossing the said Railway on the level provided that in such case the
Engineer shall extend as necessary the existing conduit or waterway under
the said road for the supply of water to the pond.
8. The Company undertake provided their estates shall so long continue
at work to cause to be handed to the Government for carriage the
Company's traffic both produce and supplies except as provided for in
clauses 3 and 4 for a period of five years from the date of the assumption
of the tramroad by the Government at the rates following that is to say
(a) for sugar from Malgretoute factory to the Wharf at San Fernando
loaded and discharged by the Government at the rate of three shillings
per ton (b) for sugar from Malgretoute factory to Port-of-Spain including
storage for a period not exceeding twenty-one days and delivery free in









No. 31 of 1912.]


Cipero Tramroad.


lighters alongside ship in the harbour at the rate of six shillings and nine
pence per ton (c) Cane, if worked by the Government's trains in owners'
trucks loaded and discharged by the Company, including empties outward,
at the rate of three cents per ton per mile. The Company shall cover by
Marine Insurance the value of its goods while awaiting shipment in
wharf sheds and lighters and during shipment without cost to the
Government. The foregoing rates shall not apply to any consignment of
less than six tons or to any consignment not exceeding six tons unless
such last mentioned consignment is carried in one truck.
9. It is further agreed that the Company shall be entitled to call upon
the Government to lay a duplicate line between the junction of the
Company's Friendship siding with the Cipero tramroad and the Company's
Manahambre siding near the Malgretoute Factory in case it shall be
found impossible to arrange reasonable terms with the Government for
the carriage of the Company's canes. Such duplication may be laid on
the northern or eastern side of the existing tramroad from the Friendship
siding to the western junction of the Malgretoute Factory sidings and
from the Malgretoute siding shall continue partly along the northern side
of the Cipero Tramroad then crossing over it on the level at some point
convenient to the Railway shall continue along the southern or western
side of tramroad until it joins the Company's Manahambre siding near the
eastern end of the Malgretoute factory yard. In case the duplicate line
hereinbefore named shall be constructed between Friendship and
Malgretoute then the necessary junctions shall be made for communication
between the said line and existing sidings where necessary at the cost of
the Government that is to say-
(1) New sidings at Cedar Hill Friendship West boundary on the
North side of the main line.
(2) The existing fork siding to the West of the curve, West of the
Friendship main branch junction, known as the Friendship Sugar
House siding to be removed to the North side of the main line.
The Company agree to raise no objection to a diversion of the main
line which the Government may make between the Friendship Sugar
House Siding and a point near the junction of the New Colonial
Company's Cedar Hill-Manahambre Branch with the main line and
to give free of cost the land required for the same in exchange for the
existing main line formation between the said points, which the
Company may use for their own purposes.
(3) Existing Friendship main branch.
(4) Existing Cedar Hill-Manahambre Branch.
(5) New Siding Friendship, No. 3, at a trace crossing between
Friendship main branch junction and Friendship No. 2 Siding.
(6) Friendship No. 2. Existing fork siding to be removed and
relaid with points facing East instead of West.
(7) Friendship No. 1. Existing fork siding to be removed and
relaid with points reversed. This is to be a long siding.
(8) Friendship-Malgretoute Branch Existing siding.
(9) Existing Malgretoute Sugar House Loop to be converted into
a fork siding on the North side of the main line.








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 27

(10) The existing catch siding near Malgretoute reservoir East of
the Works to be removed and a siding substituted on the North side
of the main line near the Naparima-Mayaro main road crossing.
Subject as aforesaid adequate communication between the main
line and the sidings will be maintained by the Government.
10. Arrangements may be made with the Engineer to allow the estates
abutting on the tramroad to load canes into trucks on the line during the
night and at other times but not so as to interfere with or obstruct the
Railway traffic.
11. Where the railway works shall cause any damage to existing roads
sidings crossings or drains belonging to the Company the same shall at the
expense of the Government be restored to the like good condition as to
levels and otherwise in which they were before provided however that
these matters shall not already have been taken into consideration in any
compensation paid to the Company.
12. If it becomes necessary at any time to appoint additional watchmen
at road crossings by reason of the altered conditions of Railway working
the costs thereof shall be borne by the Government.
13. The Company shall be at liberty to have their canes carried by
manual labour over the Government lines provided that a competent
person is placed in charge of every gang of carriers who shall be responsible
for the safety of such carriers and that no obstruction of any kind is
placed on the line or in proximity to it.
14. The Company will hold the Government and every officer thereof
harmless and indemnified against any claim or action for damage or
otherwise arising in connection with the carrying of canes across the
line as provided in clause 13 hereof.
15. The Government shall pay to the Company reasonable compensation
for crops destroyed or damaged by reason of the making of the said line
or lines.
16. No compensation shall at any time be payable to the Company for
or in respect of any land taken for the duplication of the line or for the
alteration or restoration of the existing works as provided for in this
agreement and the Company agree to execute all such conveyances as
may be necessary for vesting such land in His Majesty at the expense of
the Government.
17. The Company shall keep the Government and every Officer thereof
harmless and indemnified against all claims or actions for damage or
otherwise for or by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by the
Board of Cipero Commissioners or by the Company, in the operation and
working of the said tramroad prior to the passing of the Ordinance
hereinafter referred to.
18. If the Company shall construct and maintain its private waggons
to the satisfaction of the Engineer to the standard required by the Railway
Regulations as approved by the Governor from time to time such waggons
shall, if required, be permitted to work in trains of the Railway worked by









No. 31 of 1912.]


Cipero Tramroad


the department during the subsistence of any working arrangements
between the Company and the Railway but they shall be removed from
Railway sidings when not so in use.
19. An Ordinance shall as soon as conveniently may be after the
execution of these presents be introduced into the Legislative Council of
the Colony of Trinidad and Tobago for the following purposes:-
1. To relieve the Cipero Commissioners of their duties and to
terminate their functions.
2. To pass the control and management of the Cipero Tramroad to
the Government Railway Department.
3. To embody and adopt this agreement as and from the time at
which the functions of the Cipero Commissioners shall cease.
20. This agreement shall only come into operation on the date of the
coming into force of the Ordinance hereinbefore referred to and should
such Ordinance not come into force within one year from this date shall be
null and void for all purposes.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto
have hereunto set their hands the day and
year first hereinabove written.
The above was prepared by me,
A. D. O'CONNOR,
Conveyancer.


The Common Seal of Tennants'
Estates, Limited, was hereunto
affixed by the authority of the
Directors of the said Company
and in conformity with the
Articles of Association of the said
Company and in the presence of
William Augustus Tennant, and
Edgar Bee Beck, two of the
Directors of the said Company and
in the presence of and counter-
signed by Alfred Samuel Pearce,
as the Secretary pro tem, of the
said Company in the presence of
Charles G. Rought, 9, Mincing
Lane, London, Mechanical
Engineer.
Signed and delivered by the within
named Horace Richard Marwood
in the presence of Jos. A. H.
Dowdy, of No. 30, Siparia Hill,
Port-of-Spain, Solicitor's Clerk.
And of me,


[L.S.]


W. A. TENNANT, Director.

E. B. BECK, Director.

A. S. PEARCE,
Secretary pro tem.


H. R. MARWOOD.

10/4/1912.


A. D. O'CONNOR,
Conveyancer.








Cipero Tramroad. [No. 31 of 1912. 29

I, JOSEPH ANTHONY HUBERT DOWDY, of No. 30, Siparia
Hill, in the town of Port-of-Spain, in the Island of Trinidad, Solicitor's
Clerk, make oath and say that I was personally present on the 10th day of
April, 1912, at Port-of-Spain, aforesaid and did then and there see Horace
Richard Marwood one of the parties to the within written deed purporting
to be a deed of two parts made between the said Horace Richard Marwood
of the one part and Tennant's Estates, Limited, of the other part sign
and deliver the same as his act and deed and that the signature
" H. R. Marwood thereto subscribed is of the proper handwriting of the
said Horace Richard Marwood and that the signature Jos. A. H. Dowdy "
thereto also subscribed as of that of the witness to the execution of the
same by the said Horace Richard Marwood is of the proper handwriting
of me this deponent.
Sworn at the Registrar-General's)
Office, Port-of-Spain, this 8th JOS. A. H. DOWDY.
day of May, 1912.
Before me,
B. MONTSERIN,
Acting Deputy Registrar-General.








30 No. 117 of 1925.]


CAP. 117.-1925 REVISED EDITION.

Caroni Reclamation.

Ordinance AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE CARONI AND LAVENTILLE
No. 48-1921. RECLAMATION SCHEME.

Commence- [6th November, 1920.]
ment.

WHEREAS by contract in writing (in this Ordinance referred
to as the contract ") dated the sixth day of November,
1920, and made between the Government of the Colony of
Trinidad and Tobago acting by Thomas Alexander Vans
Best, C.M.G., C.B.E., Colonial Secretary (hereinafter called
the Government) of the one part and the Honourable
Albert Henry Cipriani, M.B.E., of the City of Port-of-Spain,
member of the Legislative Council of the Colony (in this
Ordinance referred to as "the Contractor ") of the other
part, and published as Council Paper No. 152 of 1920, the
Contractor has agreed to execute the drainage works
therein specified (in this Ordinance referred to as the
drainage works ") for the reclamation of the Caroni and
Laventille Swamps in the Counties of St. George and
Caroni upon the terms and conditions therein expressed;
AND WHEREAS the drainage works will be executed
partly on Crown land and partly on land belonging to
private owners;
AND WHEREAS the execution of the drainage works
will benefit the said private owners;
BE it enacted as follows:-

Short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Caroni Reclamation
Ordinance.
Authority to
enter and 2. (1) The Contractor, and also the Government in the
execute and
maintain event of the Government taking possession of the works
the works.


Caroni Reclamation.







S Caroni Reclamation. [No. 117 of 1925. 31

of the Contractor under the power contained in the contract,
and their respective servants, workmen, agents, and sub-
contractors are hereby authorised to enter upon the land
delineated on the plans annexed to the contract, whether
Crown land or belonging to private owners, and execute
thereon the drainage works in the manner provided by the
contract, and also, in addition to the drainage works, to
bring upon, make, and maintain on the said land such
dams, trenches, drains, outfalls, sluices, pipes, banks, walls,
bridges, buildings, erections, engines, machinery, appliances,
tools, and things as may be necessary or convenient in
connection with or subsidiary to or for rendering effective
the drainage works.
(2) The Contractor (but only during the period for
which he is, under the contract, liable to keep the drainage
works in repair) and the Government and their respective
servants, workmen, agents, and sub-contractors are hereby
authorised from time to time to enter upon the said land
and do all things thereon necessary or convenient for the
purpose of inspecting, repairing, maintaining, rendering
and keeping effective, and operating the drainage works.

3. No injunction or order restraining the execution or Injunctions.
maintenance of the drainage works or other things
authorised by this Ordinance shall be granted by any
Court of Justice.

4. (1) No person shall be entitled to compensation for Regulation
damage resulting from the execution or maintenance of oightto
ompensa-
the drainage works or other things authorised by this tion.
Ordinance, or from anything lawfully dorie in the course of
the execution or maintenance of such works or things, or
from any failure of the drainage works, except to the extent
mentioned in this section.
(2) A person sustaining damage on account of the
negligent act or omission of any person may recover
compensation from that person and every other person by
law responsible for such act or omission, but not from the
Government.
(3) A person sustaining damage on account of an
injury done to any building, valuable tree, or growing crop
by the executing, repairing, maintaining, or rendering or








No. 117 of 1925.] Caroni Reclamatson.


keeping effective the drainage works, or on account of the
permanent occupation of land by any building, dam, or
trench constructed for any of the purposes aforesaid, shall
be entitled to receive from the Government compensation
for the actual damage sustained by him, the amount of
such compensation, in default of agreement, to be assessed
by the Magistrate of St. George West.
(4) In assessing compensation for damage sustained
by any person on account of the permanent occupation of
land, the Magistrate shall deduct from the value of the
damage such sum, if any, as, in his opinion, represents the
value of any benefit which will accrue to that person from
the execution of the drainage works.

Damage to 5. (1) Any person who wilfully and unlawfully damages
or in any manner interferes with the drainage works
authorised by this Ordinance, or the dams, trenches, drains,
outfalls, sluices, pipes, banks, walls, bridges, buildings,
erections, engines, machinery, appliances, tools, and things
connected with the execution or maintenance of such works,
shall be liable, on summary conviction before a Magistrate,
to a penalty not exceeding twenty pounds.
(2) The Contractor (but only during the period for
which he is, under the contract, liable to keep the drainage
works in repair) and the Government and their respective
servants, workmen, agents, and sub-contractors may seize
any animal found on any land occupied for the purpose of
the execution or maintenance of such drainage works or
other things authorised by this Ordinance, and may send
or take every such animal to the nearest pound.
(3) The provisions of the Pounds Ordinance shall
apply to animals seized under this section.







Tobago Ordnance Lands. [No. 300 of 1925.


CAP. 300.-1925 REVISED EDITION.

Tobago Ordnance Lands.

AN ORDINANCE TO VEST IN HIS MAJESTY THE KING CERTAIN Ordinance
LANDS AND BUILDINGS IN THE ISLAND OF TOBAGO. No. 8-1910.

[1st January, 1911.] Commence-
ment.

WHEREAS by an Act passed in the Island of Tobago in the Preamble.
year 1854 intituled An Act to vest in Her Majesty the
Ordnance lands and buildings in Tobago ", it was provided
that certain lands and buildings therein particularly
described should vest in and be annexed to the Imperial
Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
for the public uses of the Colony and should be and remain
for ever unalienable from the same, and that Her Majesty,
Her Heirs and Successors should for ever have and hold the
same for the public uses of the Colony against the Board of
Ordnance and all and every person and persons claiming or
to claim from or under or in right of such Board, freed and
discharged and absolutely acquitted, exempted, and indem-
nified of, from, and against all payments and sums of money
whatsoever and of, from, and against all former grants,
charters, titles, estates, leases, or other encumbrances
whatsoever made or granted of the said lands and buildings
or any part thereof;
AND WHEREAS by another Act passed in the said
Island in the year 1856 intituled An Act to amend an Act
intituled 'An Act to vest in Her Majesty the Ordnance
lands and buildings in Tobago'," it was provided that for
and notwithstanding any matter or thing in the. first recited
Act contained to the contrary, it should be lawful for Her
Majesty Her Heirs and Successors to re-apply to military
purposes the said lands and buildings respectively or any
part thereof whenever the same might be required for the
purposes aforesaid, and that the said lands and buildings
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34 No. 300 of 1925.] Tobago Ordnance Lands.

respectively should while vested in Her Majesty Her Heirs
and Successors for the public uses of the Island be and
remain under the direction and control of the Executive
Committee for the time being for the uses aforesaid and
none other;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the said recited
Acts should be repealed and that the said lands and buildings
should be vested absolutely in His Majesty the King His
Heirs and Successors, and that the Government of the
Colony should undertake to provide suitable lands and
buildings in the said Island of Tobago equal in value to the
lands and buildings so vested, that is to say, to the value of
1,377, should such be at any time required for military or
naval purposes;
BE it enacted as follows:-

short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Tobago Ordnance
Lands Ordinance.


Obligation to
provide lands
for military
or naval
purposes.


2. The Acts recited in the preamble to this Ordinance are
hereby repealed, and the lands and buildings specified in the
said Acts are absolutely vested in His Majesty, and the
Government of the Colony undertakes to provide suitable
lands and buildings in the said Island of Tobago to the
value of 1,377, should any such lands and buildings be at
any time required for military or naval purposes by His
Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for War.








Drill Hall, Port-of-Spain. [No. 23 of 1926. 35


Drill Hall, Port-of-Spain.

AN ORDINANCE TO VEST IN THE CROWN THE PROPERTY
KNOWN AS THE DRILL HALL IN PORT-OF-SPAIN.

[9th December, 1926.] Commence-
ment.

WHEREAS by a certain deed of lease dated the 28th day of
April, 1885, made between Her late Majesty Queen Victoria
of the one part and George Grant, James Henry Collens,
Alexander McGruer, James Elderfield McCracken, Charles
Joseph Thavenot and Charles John Rooks (therein and
hereinafter referred to as the Lessees ") of the other part,
all that parcel of land formerly part of the Tranquillity
Lands situate at Port-of-Spain and bounded on the North
by Crown land occupied by the Model School, on the South
by the Tragarete Road, on the East partly by Crown land
and partly by the Wesleyan Church and on the West by a
street was demised unto the Lessees for the term of one
hundred and ninety-nine years from the said 28th day of
April, 1885;
AND WHEREAS by a certain deed poll dated the 30th
day of October, 1885, the Lessees declared that the said
parcel of land was in fact demised unto them with the intent
that the same should be held upon trust for the Trinidad
Volunteer Corps established under Ordinance No. 6 of 1879;
AND WHEREAS by section 49 of the Local Forces
Ordinance it is inter alia enacted that all lands belonging
to a Volunteer Corps shall vest in the Commanding Officer
of the Corps for the time being and his successors in office;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the unexpired
residue of the term created by the said lease should be
extinguished and merged in the reversion and inheritance
of the said parcel of land;
3 (2)


Drill Hall, Port-of-Spain.


[No. 23 of 1926. 35








36 No. 23 of 1926.] Drill Hall, Port-of-Spain.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof as follows:
short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Drill Hall,
Port-of-Spain, Ordinance, 1926.

Merger of 2. The residue of the term of one hundred and ninety-nine
residue of
term. years created by the above recited deed of lease and all
other the estate and interest of the Lessees and of any
Officer of the Local Forces in the said parcel of land shall
and the same is hereby declared to be extinguished and
merged in the reversion and inheritance of the same.
Passed in Council this twenty-sixth day of November,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
twenty-six.








San Fernando (La Coulee Land). [No. 15 of 1936.


San Fernando Corporation (Vesting of La Coulee Land).

AN ORDINANCE TO VEST IN THE MAYOR, ALDERMEN AND
BURGESSES OF THE BOROUGH OF SAN FERNANDO
CERTAIN PROPERTY KNOWN AS "LA COULEE ", AND TO
LEGALIZE THE TITLE OF THE CORPORATION TO THE SAID
PROPERTY.
[10th December, 1936.] Commence-
ment.
WHEREAS under and by virtue of a certain Provisional Preamble.
Order made the 28th day of December, 1899 under the
authority of the District Waterworks Ordinance (Cap. 114,
1925 Revised Edition), the property described in the
Schedule hereto was alienated from the Crown and vested in
the San Fernando Water Authority duly constituted for the
purpose by the said Provisional Order;
AND WHEREAS the said San Fernando Water Authority
was subsequently dissolved and the Crown took possession
of the said property without any Deed of Conveyance or
other document of title relating thereto;
AND WHEREAS the said property was in the month of
December, 1930, acquired from the Crown by the Mayor
and Burgesses of San Fernando for the sum of two thousand
four hundred dollars duly paid, and possession of the said
property was given the Mayor and Burgesses of San
Fernando, but on account of the defect of title hereinbefore
mentioned the usual Crown Grant had not been executed so
as effectively to convey the said property in fee simple:
Now, therefore, be it enacted by the Governor of
Trinidad and Tobago, with the advice and consent of the
.Legislative Council thereof as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the San Fernando short title.
Corporation (Vesting of La Coulee Land) Ordinance, 1936. Vesting of
certain
property in
2. The property described in the Schedule hereto is the San
hereby declared to be held by and vested in the Mayor, Fermado
Corporation.








38 No. 15 of 1936.] San Fernando (La Coulee Land).

Aldermen and Burgesses of San Fernando, a Corporation
constituted by Ordinance No. 40 of 1935, their successors
and assigns in fee simple.




SCHEDULE.
All and Singular that lot of land and message, commonly known as
La Coulee ", comprising 2 roods and 36 perches more or less, situate at
Carib Street in the Borough of San Fernando in the Island of Trinidad and
bounded on the North and East by lands of the San Fernando Corporation,
on the South by Carib Street, and on the West by lands of the Roman
Catholic Archbishop of Port-of-Spain or howsoever otherwise the said
premises may be bounded, known, or described with its appurtenances
and as more particularly shewn on the plan signed by George FitzGerald,
Land Surveyor, dated the 15th day of August, 1936, and deposited in the
office of the Sub-Intendant of Crown Lands.

Passed in Council this fourth day of December, in the
year of Our Lord One thousand nine hundred and
thirty-six.








Consolidated Telephones Limited.


No. 12-1947.

Trinidad Consolidated Telephones Limited (Sale of
Tobago Telephone System).

AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORISE THE SALE TO THE TRINIDAD
CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONES LIMITED OF THE TOBAGO
TELEPHONE SYSTEM, THE PROPERTY OF THE GOVERN-
MENT, AND TO EMPOWER THE SAID COMPANY TO
OPERATE THE SAID SYSTEM AS PART OF ITS UNDERTAKING
UNDER THE TRINIDAD CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONES
LIMITED, ORDINANCE.

[29th May, 1947.] Commence-
ment.

ENACTED by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago with the Enactment.
advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Trinidad Consoli- short title.
dated Telephones Limited (Sale of Tobago Telephone
System) Ordinance, 1947.

2. On payment to the Accountant General of the sum of sale of
Tobago
thirty-eight thousand eight hundred and four dollars and Telephone
seventy-four cents by the Trinidad Consolidated Telephones System to
Limited, a company incorporated under the Companies Consolidated
Ordinance with limited liability and having a registered Telephones
Limited
office in the City of Port-of-Spain, (hereinafter referred to as ch. 31. No. 1.
" the Company "), there shall vest in the Company in
absolute ownership the equipment, apparatus, poles, lines,
switch boards, batteries, tools, spare parts, and other
materials, the property of the Government, in use by the
Company at the commencement of this Ordinance in
connection with the operation by the Company on behalf
of the Government of the Government telephone system in
Tobago.
Tobago. operation of
Tobago
3. The said system shall, on payment by the Company to Telephone
the Accountant General of the sum specified in the last system as
preceding section, be operated as part of the Company's Company's-
undertaking.


[No. 12 of 1947. 39








40 No. 12 of 1947.] Consolidated Telephones Limited.

Ch. 36. No. 4. undertaking under the Trinidad Consolidated Telephones
Limited Ordinance, and shall be subject to the restrictions
and provisions of the said Ordinance as amended by this
Ordinance so far as the same are applicable thereto.

Use of 4. The Company may continue to use and occupy such
Gouenment Government buildings or parts thereof as are at the
commencement of this Ordinance being used and occupied
by the Company for the purposes of the operation of the
.telephone system in Tobago but subject to the payment of
such rentals and to such terms and conditions as may be
agreed upon between the Company and the Governor in
Council.








Marae(ofrmto f. [o.1 f16.4


Marriage (Confirmation of).

AN ORDINANCE TO CONFIRM CERTAIN MARRIAGES.

WHEREAS since this Island became a possession of the
British Crown divers marriages have been celebrated
between persons within the prohibited degrees of con-
sanguinity or affinity, according to the computation of
such degrees adopted by the law of Spain, but not within
the prohibited degrees according to the computation of
such degrees by the law of England, and between persons
related by spiritual affinity, and also between persons
belonging to different religious communions, and divers
marriages have also been celebrated without due publication
of banns: And whereas it is expedient that such marriages
should be confirmed:--Be it enacted, etc.


1. No marriage celebrated in this Island since the same Marriages
became a possession of the British Crown between persons Tceebrad in
not being within the prohibited degrees according to the void by
law of England, or between persons related by spiritual reasofno
affinity, or between persons belonging to different religious defaults.
communions, or without due publication of banns, shall be
or be deemed or taken to be void or voidable by reason
of consanguinity or affinity or spiritual affinity, or by
reason of any difference of communion, or by reason of the
want of due publication of banns; and every such marriage
shall be and be held to be good and valid in the law to all
intents and purposes whatsoever, and the issue of such
marriage to have ever been and to be legitimate, notwith-
standing that the persons contracting such marriage may
have stood within any degree of consanguinity or affinity, not
being a prohibited degree according to the law of England,
or been related by spiritual affinity, or notwithstanding
that such persons may have belonged to different religious
communions, or notwithstanding the want of due
publication of banns.


Marriage (Confirzntation of).


[No. 10 of 1863. 41







42 No. 10 of 1863.] Marriage (Confirmation of).

Marriages 2. Provided always that this Ordinance shall not extend
declared in-
valid by to render valid any marriage which before the passing of
competent this Ordinance may have been declared invalid by any
authority
not to be Court of competent jurisdiction in any proceeding
revived, touching such marriage, or touching any right dependent
on the validity or invalidity thereof, or any marriage
either of the parties to which has afterwards during the life
of the other lawfully intermarried with any other person.

Repeal. 3. All Laws, Orders in Council and Ordinances whatsoever
prohibiting or affecting marriages on the ground of
consanguinity or affinity so far as regards persons not
being within the- prohibited degrees according to the law
of England, or on the ground of spiritual affinity, or on the
ground of the parties belonging to different religious
communions, shall be and the same are hereby repealed.
Passed in Council this first day of August 1863.









Marriage (Validation). [No. 23 of 1915. 43


Marriage (Validation).

AN ORDINANCE TO VALIDATE CERTAIN MARRIAGES.

[23rd October, 1915.] Commence-
ment.

WHEREAS the marriages in the schedule to this Ordinance
are invalid by reason of the same having been celebrated,
through inadvertence, in a church or chapel not regis-
tered in conformity with the provisions of the Marriage
Ordinance, No. 59;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient to declare all such
marriages to be valid;
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of Trinidad and
Tobago with the advice and consent of the Legislative
Council thereof as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage (Validity) Short title.
Ordinance, 1915.

2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained Validation
in the Marriage Ordinance, No. 59, the marriages, the .ag
particulars whereof are set forth in the Schedule hereto,
shall be and be held to be good and valid in law to all
intents and purposes whatsoever, and the issue of such
marriages to have ever been and to be legitimate.
Passed in Council this Fifteenth day of October, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifteen.


Marriage (Validation).


[No. 23 of 1915. 43








SCHEDULE.


When Married.



16 Aug., 1902 ...


13 Sept., 1902...


16 Sept., 1902...


20 Sept., 1902...


9 Oct., 1902...



8 Nov., 1902...


9 Nov., 1902...


13 Dec., 1902...


13 Dec., 1902...


22 Dec., 1902...


27 Dec., 1902...


20 Dec., 1902...


20 Dec., 1902...


Ages. Condition.


Thos. Hamlet Seon ... 48

Camilla Baldwin ... 36

Emanuel Alvez ... 24

Christiana Maxwell ... 22

Wm. Kenny ... ... 24

L. Jennings ... ... 17
Jas. Pollard ... ... Ful

Mary Smart ... ... Full

Fras. Gomez ... ... Full

Mary Brown ... ...Full
Edward William ... Full

Melvina Cox ... .. Ful

John Cousan ... ... Full

Mary Samuel... ... Minor

Louis Coleman .. Full

Rosanna Solomon ... Full


Names and Surnames
of Parties.


Louis Gormez ... .

Irma Jobity ... .

Jean Baptiste... .

Josephine Marshall ...

Joseph Lambie
Marie Alice Durity ...

Daniel Raymond ...

Jane Antoni ... .

Manuel Rodrigues ...

Rosa Nunez ... .


Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor
Spinster
Bachelor

Widow...

Bachelor

Spinster


Widower

Widow...

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Widower

Widow...
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Profession.



Clerk ...


Carter ...

Servant ...

Proprietor ...
None ...

Labourer ...

Laundress ...

Shopkeeper...

Seamstress ...

Sail-maker ...

None ...

Porter ...

Washer ...

Clerk, Civil
Service

Labourer ...



Proprietor ...

Carter ...

Domestic ...

Labourer ...

Nil ...

Mason ...

Seamstress ...


Signature of Officiating
Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister, or District
of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


Belmont ... ... St. Francis Church, Louis Gomez ... J. J. McGovern, o.1.;
Belmont Jos. A. Fleming,
Oxford Street, Irma Jobity ... Annella Gomez.

x mark Thomas Watts,
do. ... Josephine Marshall, Mary Smart, her x
her x mark mark.
North Napariima do. ... Joseph Lambie ... Joseph Rojas, Olive
Belmont, Darwent, Jno. J.
Port-of-Spain Mary Alice Durity... McGovern, o.p.;
Marley Street, Officiating Minister.
New Town do. ... Daniel Raymond, his J. J. McGovern, o.p.;
Belmont ... ... x mark, Jane Joseph Waith, Cecilia
Antoni, her x mark Waith.
Port-of-Spain ... do. ... Manuel Rodrigues... J. J. McGovern, o.p.;
Francois Gomes
do. ... Rosa Nunez Quintal, his x mark,
Mrs. Ferreira, her x
mark.
Belle Eau Road, do. ... Thomas H. Seon ... J. J. McGovern, o.r.;
Port-of-Spain Amelia A. Seon,
Marine Square, Euphemia Camilla James Edwin Vire.
Port-of-Spain Baldwin
Port-of-Spain ... do. ... Emanuel Alvez, his x J. J. McGovern, o..;
mark George Maxwell.
do. ... Christiana Maxwell Elica Williams, her x
mark.
Port-of-Spain ... St. Francis Church, Wm. Kenny ... J. J. McGovern, o.p.;
Belmont Paul Vincent, Michael
do L. Jennings ... Rock, his x mark.
do. ... do. ... James Pollard, his x J. J. McGovern, o.P.;
mark Augustus Roberts,
.. Mary Smart, her x Martha Lloyd.
mark
Belmont ... ... do. F. Gomez ... ... J. J. McGovern, o.p.;
Manoel Gonsalves,
Port-of-Spain ... Mary Brown Bella Gonsalves.
Belmont ... ... do. ... Edward William, his G. V. Sutherland, J. F.
x mark, Waithe, MaryMurrell,
Port-of-Spain ... Melvina Cox, her x her x mark.
mark
Maraval ... ... do. ... John Cousan, his x J. J. McGovern, o.p.;
mark, M. Pritchard, Jane
Belmont, Mary Samuel, her x Ramey, her x mark.
Port-of-Spain mark
Port-of-Spain ... St. Francis Church, Louis Coleman ... J. J. McGovern, o.p.;
Belmont Carlin Durand,
do. ... Rosanna Solomon ... Augusta Ward,








SCHEDULE-continued.


Signature of Officiating
When Married Names and Surnames Ages. Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister, or District
of Parties. of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


Wm. Ferguson Stodart
Carmilina Vezarrona
Guerra
George Seaton ...
Angelina Dias ...

Celestin Charles ...

Catherine Ann Marshall


John Gouide ... .
Blanche Moncanoor

George Duncan ...


Elizabeth Freeman ...
5 Aug., 1903... Alexander ...


Marie Henrietta
Mullea
Elias Flores... .

Virginia Legendre ...
John Ceryaco de Sylva

Caroline Maria Lopez

George Ewing
Washington
Charlotte Rodriguez
Marquez
Geo. Washington Byer

Charlotte Matilda
Joseph


8 Jan., 1903...


18 Feb., 1903...


18 June, 1903...




5 July, 1903...


25 July, 1903...


Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster


Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor


Clerk ...


Machinist ...
Seamstress ...
Clerk ...

Laundress ...


Labourer ...

do. ...

Teacher ...



Newspaper
Agent



Clerk ...

Seamstress ...
Clerk ...

Seamstress ...

Clerk

Seamstress ...
Clerk ...

Seamstress...


Frederick Street,
Port-of-Spain
Belmont ...

7, Erthig Road,
Belmont
St. Francis Valley,
Belmont
Port-of-Spain ..
do. ...


Boissiere Village
Debe

81, Gloster Lodge
Road
31, Henry Street,
Port-of-Spain
12, Abercrombie
Street, Port-of-
Spain
Belmont
Orphanage
Port-of-Spain ..

do. ...

85, Duke Street,
Port-of-Spain
46, St. Vincent
Street, Port-of-
Spain
Port-of-Spain ..

do. ...

Belmont,
Port-of-Spain
do. ...


St. Francis Church,
Belmont

St. Francis Church,
Belmont

do.




do.


Church of St. Francis,
Belmont


do.




do.



do.



do. .


do. .


William Ferguson
Stodart
Carmilina Vizcar-
rondo Guerra
G. Seaton ...

A. Dias

Celestin Charles ...

Catherine Ann Mar-
shall, her x mark,
witness G. V.
Sutherland, o.p.
John Gouide, his x
mark, Blanche
Moncanoor, her x
mark
George Duncan ..

Elizabeth Freeman

Alexander, his x
mark

Marie Henrietta
Mullia
Elias Flores

Virginia Legendre

John Ceryaco de
Sylva
Caroline Maria Lopez

George Irving
Washington
Charlotte R.
Marquez
George Washington
Byer

Charlotte Matilda
Joseph


J. J. McGovern. o.r.;
T. Viacarrondo,
Rojas, P. Ezequil
Rojas.
G. V. Sutherland, o.r.;
Louise Dias,
Emmanuel Dias.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Richard Gordon,
Casimera Adolphe.


G.V. Sutherland, James
Harris, Anastasia
Behamie, her x mark.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.,
Geo. Thomas Regis,
Edith Phipps.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
M. Aldwin Maillard,
Christiana Bresto,
Gaston Johnston.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Simon Morris, Mrs.
Matilda Soyer.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.,
A. V. Montrichard,
Miss Josephine Edwards

W. F. Smyth, o.p.;
F. B. Gomes, Marie
R. Marquei.
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
Frederick Simmons,
Susan Nicholas.


15 Aug., 1903...



23 Sept., 1903...



3 Oct., 1903...


24 Oct., 1903...


21 Spinster
22 Bachelor


Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor


Full Spinster








SCHEDULE-continued.


signature of Officiating
When Married. Names and Surnames Ages. Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister, or District
of Parties. of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


7 Nov., 1903...


25 Nov., 1903...






10 Dec., 1903...



21 Dec., 1903...

2 Jan., 1904...



2 Jan., 1904...


9 Jan., 1904...


4 Jan., 1904...


12 Feb., 1904...


19 Mar., 1904...


2 April, 1904...


Bachelor I Cooper


Brighton, La Brea

Port-of-Spain ...

St. Paul's Street,
Port-of-Spain

Frederick Street,
Port-of-Spain


St. Francis Church,
lBelmont

do.


Port-of-Spain ... Church of St. Francis,
Beliont


John Patrick Greene...

Eliza Theodilla
Francis
James Bruce ...

Mary Ann Adelphine
Fergus


Philip Danvill Rogers

Isabella Matilda Chase

Frederick Williams ...

Christiana Jordan
Edward Thompson
Osborne

Arthurmise Rosalie
Nestor
Reginald Pooley ...

Susannah Roberts ...

Eugenio Rafael
Charfardet
Cruz Anna Aracha ...

Ernest Victor... .

Philomene Crosbie ...
Solomon Fernandez ...

Emelia de Freitas ...

Francisco Belmonte ...

Rosa Tranquillo
Navarro
James Conrad Boissiere

Blanche Amelia
Mahond


do. ...


do. ..



St. Francis Church,
Belmont


St. Francis Church,
Belmont


do. ...

St. Francis Church,
Belmont

do.


do. .


Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor


Spinster


Clerk

N il ... ...

Carpenter ...

Laundress ...


Jno. P. Greene ...

Eliza Theodilla
Francis
James Bruce

Mary Ann Adelphine
Fergus, her x
mark;
G. V. Sutherland,
witness
Philip D. Rogers ...

Isabella Chase

Frederick Williams,
his x mark
Christiana Jordan ...
E. T. Osborne ...


A. R. Nestor

Reginald Pooley ...

Susannah Roberts...

E. R. Chaffardet ...

Cruz Ana Aracha ...

Ernest Victor, his x
mark
Philomene Crosby
Solomon Fernandez

Emelia de Freitas ...

Francisco Belmonte

Rosa T. Navarro ...

James Conrad
Boissiere
Amelia Blanche
Mahond


G. V. Sutherland, o.p.
A. Bovell, H. Louvin,
W. E. Clement.

G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
Henry Richards,
Louisa Thomas.




G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
J. C. de Silva, Jane
Sealy.


G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
William Flatts,
Josephine Horsford.
James Modeste,
Amanda Rabone,
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.

G. V. Sutherland, .P ;
F. D. Ro erts,
Philippa de Gannes.

Pedro H. Arocha, Ine
Pile, Enrique Y.
Permuy, G. V.
Sutherland, o.p.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
E. Cazabon, Eugene
Cameron.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
A. DaCosta, J. V.
Rodriguez, Gertrude
D'Andrade.
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
F. M. Penaloga,
Luisa Eugenia Capet.

Auguste Boisson,
Marie A. Escallier,
M. A. Murray, o.p.


do. ...

Belmont Circular
Road
do. ...
130, Charlotte
Street, Port-of-
Spain
do. ...

Belmont Circular
Road
do. ...

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
do.

do. ...


Belmont ... .

do. ...

Belmont Circular
Road
do. ...

do. ...

East Dry River,
Port-of-Spain


Widow...

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor


Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Licensed Mid-
wife
Labourer ...

Washer ...
Jeweller ...

Seamstress ...

Painter ...

Seamstress ...

Merchant ...


Cab Proprietoi

Seamstress ...
Clerk ...

None ...

Merchant ...

None ...

Clerk ...







SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married.


2 April, 1904...


5 April, 1904...


16 April, 1904...



17 April, 1904...


30 April, 1904...


7 May, 1904.,.


7 May, 1904...


12 May, 1904...


4 June, 1904...


18 June, 1904...

26 June, 1904...


4 July, 1904...


Names and Surnames
of Parties.

Joseph Frances ...
Letitia Willis ... .

Arthur Bovell

Alesia Julian ... ...
Henry Dick

Jacinta Cornelio .

Verapatrin ...
Anna Carawai ..

George Richmond ...

Marie Josephine
Cazabon
Alfred Sams ... .

Florence Antoine ...

Joseph Alsooran ...
Rosa Pedro... ...

Gilbert Thomas ...
Mary Madeleine
Felcien
James Philip Paul ...

Elaine Weekes ...

John Richardson ...
Josephine Bowen

Henry Bernard ...
Ethel Joseph ... .

Charles Ewart McLeod

Hypolite Carmelita
= rnhjAC


Condition. Profession.


Bachelor Mason ...


Ages.


41
26

28

21
Full

Full

Full

Full

Full
Full

26

23
22

18

20
19

Full

Full
21
22
Full

Full
19

18


Spinster
Widower

Spinster '
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Widower

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor
Spinster
Bachelor
Spinster

Single ...

Spinster


Seamstress ...
Tailor ...

Nil ... .
Clerk ...



Labourer ...


Wheelwright
Seamstress ...

Labourer ...

Domestic ..
Labourer ...


Presser ...

Seamstress ...
Clerk

Teacher ...

Shipwright ...
None
Porter ...

Domestic ...
None ...

None ...


Residence at time
of Marriage.

Cumberland Street,
Port-of-Spain
Circular Road,
Belmont
27, George Street

13, George Street,
Port-of-Spain
East Dry River,
Port-of-Spain
48, Jerningham
Avenue, Port-
of-Spain
Boissiere Village,
St. Ann's
do.

Frederick Street,
Port-of-Spain
12, Darceuil Lane,
Belmont
Siparia Hill, 41,
Port-of-Spain
do. .

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
do. ...

36, Duke Street,
Port-of-Spain
123, Belmont Cir-
cular Road
59, Oxford Street,
Port-of-Spain.
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
31, Quarry Street

1, Norfolk Street,
Dry River
Escalier Land,
Belmont
13, Jerningham
Avenue
84, Charlotte Street


Signature in Hindustani characters,


Place of
Marriage.

St. Francis Church,
Belmont

do.


do. ...



do.


do.


do.


The Church of St.
Francis, Belmont

do. ..


do. ..


St. Francis Church

St. Francis, Belmont


St. Francis Church,
Belmont


Signature of
Parties.

Joseph Frances .
Letitia Willis ...

Arthur Bovell ...

Alesia Julian ..

Henry Dick ...

Jacinta Cornelio



Anna Carrawai .

George Richmond
Marie Josephin
Casabon
Alfred Sams
Florence Antoine ...

Joseph Alsooran ...
Rosa Pedro...
Gilbert Thomas ...

Mary Magdalene
Felexcine
James P. Paul ...
Elaine Weekes ...

John Richardson ...
Josephine Bowen
Henry Bernard, his x
mark
Ethel Joseph
Charles Ewart
McLeod
Hippolyte Cornilliac


Signature of Officiating
Minister, or District
Regtrar and of
Witnesses.
Alex. Ferdinande,
Catherine Paul, her x
mark, M. A. Murray,
o.p.
Henry Bovell, Eliza
Smith,
M. A. Murray, o.P.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Jas. Dumas,
L. Weeks.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Joseph Raymond, his
x mark, Anastasia
Behamie, her x mark.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Louis Catabon,
Leonard Hospedales,
Charlotte Elcock.
G. V .Sutherland, o.P.;
Sydney Inniss,
Amelie Toussaint.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Fitz Gilkes, Mary
Jones Pile, her x
mark.
G. V. Sutherland, o.r.;
Reneau Parfan.
Octavia Zanno.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
F. A. Singuineau,
L. Anisette Weekes,
A. W. Luke.
A. Hamilton,
Rosa O'Brien,
M. A. Murray, o.p.
James De Gannes,
Felicia Rambert,
M. A. Murray, o.p.

George Peter Peyran,
Hercilia Marcano,
M. A. Murray, o.p.







SCHEDULE-continued.


4o





00


Names and Surnames
of Parties.


10 Oct., 1904...



15 Oct., 1904...



22 Oct., 1904...



15 Nov., 1904...


22 Dec., 1904...



29 Dec., 1904...


31 Dec., 1904...




25 Feb., 1905...


26 Feb., 1905...



4 Mar., 1905...



26 April, 1905...


SConditoof Marriage.

I I


When Married.


Phelogene Daniel ...

Poppo ...

Joseph Anthony
Flemming

Nellie Marsden ...

Anisette Reye

Lillian Caballero ...


James Horatio
Courrand
Leonide RosalieCowett
Edward Francois ...

Clementina Walcott ...

Charles Semper

Marie Ramnbert .
William Peters ...

Ann Brathwaith ...



Thomas Fleming de
Fague
Emily Elegra Marshall

Josiah Adolphus
Johnson
Elmina Maxime

James Etienne

Agnes Charles ...

Manuel Gomez de ...
Freitas

Maria Gomez Serrao ...


Widow... Seamstress ...


Place of
Marriage.


Warner's Land, St. Fran is Church,
Belnont Belmont
do. ...

Port-of-Spain ... Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont, Port-
of-Spain
do.

7, Queen Street ... St. Francis Church,
Belmont
19, George Street


-----: --:


--


Bachelor

Widow...

Bachelor


Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Widower

Widow...
Bachelor

Widow...

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster



Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Spinster


Carter ...

None ...

Clerk in the
Civil Service



Carpenter ...

Seamstress ...


Writing Clerk

Seamstress ...
Mason ...



Commercial
Clerk

Labourer

Nil ... .


Clerk ...

Seamstress ...

Cooper ...

None ...

Planter ...

None .

Shoemaker ...


Signature of Officiating
Signature of Minister, or District
Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


Philogene Daniel ... Joseph Raymond, his x
mark, Catherine
Poppo, her x mark Joseph, her x mark,
M. A. Murray, o.p.
Jos. A. Fleming .. Irwin Walker, W. A.
Guy, M. Marsden,
G. V. Sutherland.
Nellie Marsden ... Adm.

Anisette Reve ... Francis Brownl Wit-
i Gregoria nesses
Lillian Caballero ... Garcia,
M. A. Murray, o.P.

James Horatio ... James Kerr, Mary H.
Courrand Alcazar, M. A.
Leon. Cowett Murray, o.p.
Edward Francois ... Joseph. Dickson,
Elizabeth Bartlett,
Clementina Walcott Fr. Patrick Smyth,
o.r., Clergyman.
Chs. Semper ... Jno. J. Regis, Mary
Jane Thomas, Fr.
Marie Rambert Patrick Smyth, o.p.
William Peters, his x Berma Baptiste, his x
mark mark,
Ann Brathwaite ... Charlotte Bruce, her x
mark,
Fr. Patrick Smyth,
o.P.
Thomas de Fague ... Felix Gomez, Cealie de
Fague, C. Duruty,
Emily Elegra Fr. Patrick Smyth,
Marshall o.p.
Josiah Johnson ... Francis Maxin, Moses
Delsina, Fr. Patrick
Elmna Maxin Smyth, o.p.

James Etienne ... Remie Jean Charles,
Mary Richard, her x
Agnes Charles mark, Fr. Patrick
Smyth, o.P.
Manuel Gomez de G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Freitas, his x mark S. Figuyle, Marria
Quintal.
Maria Gomez Serrao,
her x mark


Y
a
;o~s
ct
i,

a
N^
A;
a

o
a


Belmont ... ...

do. ...
Escallier Land ...

do.

Observatory Street,
Port-of-Spain
do.
Laventille ...

do. ...



Port-of-Spain ...

do. ...

St. Francis Valley

do. ...

Belle Eau Road,
Port-of-Spain
do. ...

Caddock Road
14, Belmont

124, Corner of Ox-
ford and Perm-
broke Streets,
Port-of-Spain


do.


do.



Catholic Church,
Belmont

do.




St. Francis Church,
Belmont


do. ...


St. Francis Catholic
Church, Belmont


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont













@ When Married.


4 May, 1905...



6 May, 1905...


14 June, 1905...



17 June, 1905...



2 July, 1905...



8 July, 1905...



29 July, 1905...


5 Aug., 1905...



5. Aug., 1905...


9 Sept., 1905...


16 Sept., 1905...


Names and Surnames Ages.
of Parties.


John Edward Leonard
Rambert

Alrica Wineford
Leotaud
Hipolyte Martin Borde

Evelyn Selina Sladden

Christopher George
Kenny
Anne Marie de la
Bastide

David Augustine ...

Elizabeth Walker ...

Matthew Oliver .

Elizabeth Seize ...

Joseph Anontelle
Montserrin
Marie Edmina
Boissiere

Percival Henry
Parillon
Augusta Dunlop ...

Joseph Bell... ..
Odrelia Debois ...

Lucius Nicholas ...

Mary Angelique
Plowden
Charles Lionel Lynch

Louisa Theoda Hoyes

Louis Pierre Charles

Eva Marcellino Correa


Condition.


Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor


Full Spinster
43 Widower


Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Widower

Spinster
Bachelor


Full I Spinster


SCHEDULE--continued.


Signature of Officiating
Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister, or District
of Marriage. Marriage. parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.

Clerk 8, Codrington St., The Church of St. John E. Leonard G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
Dry River, Port- Francis, Belmont Rambert P. Leotaud, Rose
of- pain Bicaise,
fSain Alrica Winifred R. A. Mackintosh.
Leotaud
Proprietor ... Port-of-Spain ... Church of St. Fran- Hypolite Martin G.V. Sutherland, o.p.,
cis, Belmont Borde, Jno. H. Date, Maria
do. ... Evelyn Selina Dolores Winzey.
Sladden
Accountant... San Fernando ... The Church of St. Christopher George G. V. Sutherland, o..;
Francis, Belmont, Kenny, Thomas B. Kenny,
None ... Belmont, Port-of- Port-of-Spain Anne Marie de la F. de la Bastide,
Spain Bastide H. R. McLean, E. de
pan la Bastide.

Mason ... 17, DewsburyLane, Church of St. Fran- David Augustine ... G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Belmont cis, Belmont Peter Lockhart,
Dolly Augustine, her
Washer ... do. ... Elizabeth Walker x mark, witness,
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.

Carpenter ... Belmont Valle do. ... Matthew Oliver, his G. V. Sutherland, o..;
Road, Port-of- x mark Thomas Aaron,
Spain Louise King.
Washer ... Woodbrook, Port- Elizabeth Seize, her
of-Spain mark
Cocoa Planter Port-ofSpain ... Church of St. Fran- Joseph Anontolly G. V. Sutherland, o..;
cis, Belmont Montserin Charles F. Labastide,
Milliner ... do. .. Marie Edmina Marie A. Escallier,


Jeweller .
Seamstress ...

Carpenter ...
Seamstress ...

Clerk .


Musician ...

Milliner ...

School
Teacher

Seamstress ...


64, Duncan Street,
Port-of-Spain
Oxford Street,
Port-of-Spain
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
do. ..

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
do. ...

Port-of-Spain ...
do.

Icacos ...

Port-of-Spain ...


do. ...


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont, Port
of-Spain

do. ...


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont

St. Francis Church,
Belmont


olssiere

Percival Henry
Parillon
Augusta Dunlop
Joseph Belle

Odvilia Debois ...

Lucius Nicholas ...
Mary Angelique
Powden
Charles Lionel Lynch
Louisa Theodora
Hoyes
Louis Pierre Charles

Eva Marceline Correa


erge -um
Escallier.
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
Geo. R. Dunlop,
Marie A. Escallier.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
George H. Bell,
Carmellia Marcellin,
Smith, William
Smith.
G.'V. Sutherland, o.p.;
J. G. Plowden, Jno.
A. Plowden, Mary
D. Langton.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Terence L. Alien,
Maria da Costa, her x
mark.
Hyacinth Jones, o.p.;
Percy C. C. Kydd,
Emily Contastia.







SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married.



28 Sept., 1905...




21 Nov., 1905...



25 Nov., 1905...



9 Dec., 1905...


16 Dec., 1905...



30 Dec., 1905...



3 Jan., 1906...


7 Jan., 1906...



2 June, 1906...



30 June, 1906...



15 July, 1906...


Ages. Condition. Profession.


Names and Surnames
of Parties.



Pierre Dial ...

Mary John ... ...



James William ...

Mary Remy ... .


Edward Pierre ...

Josephine Telford ...

Thomas Holder ...

Bertha Hanson ...
Francis Joseph ...

Josephine Mootoo ...

Joachim Machado ...

Maria Hortensia
Salazar

John Baptist Pierre ...

Mary Joseph ...

Hubert Maxwell ...


Theresa Pierre ...
Victor Pierre ... ...


Margaret Blondell ...
Manuel Gomes ...

Virginia Gomes ...


Albert (Coolie) ..

Amara (Coolie) ...


Bachelor

Spinster


Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Widower

Spinster

Bachelor


Spinster
Widower


Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster


Bachelor

Spinster


Labourer ...

Domestic Ser-
vant


Planter .

Laundress ...


Blacksmith...

Seamstress ...

Gardener ...


Labourer ...

N il. ...

Cocoa Planter




Carpenter ...

N il ... .

Gardener ...


Washer ...
Gardener ...


Seamstress ...
Prorprietor

Seamstress ...


Laourer ...

do. ...


Residence at time
of Marriage.



Belmont Road,
Port-of-Spain
do. ...


Todd's Road,
Chaguanas
do.


Minchey Alley,
Port-of-Spain
Codrington Street,
Port-of-Spain
Belle Eau Road,
Port-of-Spain
do. ...
Port-of-Spain ...

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Port-of-Spain ...

Darceuil Lane,
Belmont, Port-
of-Spain
2, Belle Eau Road,
Belmont
4, Lockhart Lane,
Belmont
1, Perseverance
Land, Belmont
Port-of-Spain
do. .
Erthig Road, Bel-
mont, Port-of-
Spain
do.
Belmont Circular
Road
do. ...


Boiiciere Village St. Francis
Belmnont
do.


Church,


Place of
Marriage.


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont



do.



do. ...


do. ..


do. .



do. ...



do ..



do. ..



do. .



do. .


Signature of
Parties.


Pierre Dial, his x
mark, Mary John,
her x mark



James William, his x
mark,
Mary Remy, her x
mark

Edward Pierre ...

Josephine Telford ...

Thomas Holder ...

Albertha Hanson ...
Francis Joseph ...

Josephine Mootoo ...

Joaquirn Machado...

Maria Hortensia
Salazar

John Baptist Pierre,
his x mark
Mary Joseph

Hubert Maxwell ...


Teresa Pierre
Victor Pierre, his x
mark

Margaret Blondel
Manuel Gomes ...

Virginia Gomes


Albert, his x mark

Anmara, her x mark


Signature of Officiating
Minister, or District
Registrar and of
Witnesses.


G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
Alexander Paul, his x
mark, Elizabeth
Sample, her x mark,
witness to marks,
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
John Francis,
Matilda Alexander,
witness to marks,
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
C. A. Nimblett,
Josephine Batson.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Joseph Jones,
Adriana Peters.
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
S. E. Revell, Walter
Solomon.

G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
J. C. Salazar.
Florencia Salazar.


G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Alexander Paul, his
x mark, Julien
Alcazar.
G. V. Sutherland, o.p.
E. Mannee, Adel Elie.


G. V. Sutherland, o.P.;
G. Bonnett, Adela
Mason.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Manoel Fernandez, x
Livinea Fernandez, x
witness to marks
G. V. Sutherland.
G. V. Sutherland, o.r.;
Joseph Raymond, his
x mark, Jane Ramie,
her x mark.









SCHEDULE-continued.


Signature of Officiating
When Married. Names and Surnames Ages. Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister, or District
of Parties. of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


18 Aug., 1906...


15 Sept., 1906...




21 Oct., 1906...


22 Nov., 1906...


S4 Dec., 1906...




7 Jan., 1907...




6 Feb., 1907...



7 Feb., 1907...


6 Mar., 1907...

7 Mar., 1907...


Victor Balgovine ...

Alice Rosary ... .

Shadrack, Paul ..

Mary Julien ... .

Hubert Geo. Duncan

Amelia Mendoza ...

Antonio Fernandez ...

Henrietta Louisa Marks

Boidan ...

Lichmie ... ...


Patrick Joseph
Greenan

Marina Vizcarrondo
Guerra

John Dos Santos ...

Leonora Mendoza ...

Joao Joaquim Camacho

Emily de Castro ...
Melville Herisson .
Isabella Tronchin
John de Freitas
Martins
Palmira Baptista
Barretto


Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster


Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor
Spinster


Labourer ...

Nil ... .

Shipwright ...

Domestic ...

Planter ...

Seamstress ...

Clerk .

Seamstress ...
Labourer ...

Nil ... .


Sergt. Supt.,
Trinidad
Constably.
Nil ... ...

Clerk ...

Seamstress ...

Clerk ...
Seamstress ...

Clerk ...
Dressmaker
Clerk ...

None ...


Jerningham Ave.,
Port-of-Spain
do. ...

4, Sealy Land, Bel-
mont, Port-of-
Spain
Belle Eau Road,
Belmont, Port-
of-Spain
San Carlos Estate,
Guanapo
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Port-of-Spain ..

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Boissiere Village
do. ...


St. James

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain

33, Jerningham
Ave., Belmont,
Port-of-Spain
29, Dundonald St.,
Port-of-Spain
57, Queen Street

1, Belmont Cir-
cular Road
5, Pelham Lane,
Port-of-Spain
Port-of-Spain ..
do.

do.


St. Francis Church,
Belmont

do.




The R.C. Church of
St. Francis, Bel-
mont
Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont

do. ...




Church of St. Fran.
cis, Belmont



St. Francis Church,
Belmont


do. .


do. ...

The Church of St.
Francis, Belmont


Victor Balgobin .

Alice Rosary, her x
mark
Shadrack, Paul ...

Mary Julien

H. G. Duncan ...

Amelia Mendoza

Antonio Fernandez,
his x mark
Henrietta Louisa
Marks
Boidan, his x mark

Lichmie, her x mark
witness
M. McAlinney

Patrick J. Greenan

Marina Vizcarrondo
Guerra

J. Dos Santos ...

Leonora Mendoza

J. J. Camacho ...
Emily de Castro
H. Herisson
I. Tronchin
John de Freitas
Martins, his x mark,
Palmira Baptista
Barretto, her x
mark, witness to
marks, Pius M.
McAlinney


G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
Aug. Asbert, Maria
Pampellenne.

G. V. Sutherland, o..;
Julia Alcazar,
Charles A. Crichlow.


G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
F. Lockhart,
S. E. Revell.

G. V. Sutherland, o.p.;
William Edwards,
Rosa Angelina Reid.
Pius M. McAlinney,
Abraham Paul, his
x mark, Mary Ann
Paul, her x mark,
witness Plus M.
McAlinney.
Pius M. McAlinney,
Adam Paxtoodart,
Carmelina Stodart.


Pius M. McAlinney,
Paul J. Castro
Carmelita de Castro.

Pius M. McAlinney,
Francisco D'Ornellas,
Agnes D'Ornellas.

Pius M. McAlinney,
Ultima Tronchin,
Vivian Smith.
Pius M. McAlinney,
Ireneo de Freitas,
Martins, his x mark,
Maria Merces Silva,
her x mark; witness
to marks, P. M.
McAlinney.









SCHEDULE-continued.


Signature of Officiating
When Married. Names and Surnames Ages. Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister, or District
of Parties, of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


John Charles ... ... 23

Jane Remy ... ... 25


15 April, 1907...



27 April, 1907...


15 May, 1907...


18 May, 1907...


29 June, 1907...



7 Sept., 1907...


16 Sept., 1907...



17 Sept., 1907...




6 Oct., 1907...



19 Oct., 1907...

26 Oct., 1907...


Bachelor Labourer ...
Widow... Servant ...


Belmont ... .

Cazabon Lane 19,
Belmont

6, Suffolk Road,
Belmont
33, Erthig Road,
Belmont
Manzanilla ...

St. Francis Valley
Road, Belmont
2, Belle Eau Road
do. ...

Sangre Grande ...
Port-of-Spain ...

59, Nelson Street

5, Queen Street ...
18, Cipriani Boule-
vard, Port-of-
52, Sorfolk Street,
Belmont
Henry Street,
Port-of-Spain

Laventille Ward

25, St. Francis Val-
ley, Port-of-
Spain
do.

Port-of-Spain ...

do.
do.

do.


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont


St. Francis Church,
Belmont

do. ...


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont

St. Francis Church,
Belmont


do.


do.



St. Francis Church,
Belmont



do.



do. ...

do. ...
do. .


John Charles, his x
mark, Jane Remy,
mer x mark, wit-
ness to marks, Pius
M. McAlinney
W. E. Batson
E. Stanislaus

James Matthews
Virginia Isaac
Robert Theodgilus
Arneaud
Dorothy Alberta
Davis
S. A. Luces ...

Louise Eloi

William Albert
Murray,
Elvira Mary
Seaton
Charles Dugal Daly

Hortensia M. Galy
Daniel Bartholomew,
his x mark, witness
to mark, Pius M.
McAlinney,
Marie Angel Joseph

Robert Greer ...

Alice Pierre

Alfred Ernest
Murray
Ada Virginia Jones
Geo. Hernandez ...

Emily E. A. Clarke


Pius M. McAlinney
Joseph Raymond,
his x mark,
Catherine Joseph,
her x mark.
Pius M. McAlinney,
Joseph Watley, Mrs.
Henry Montserrin.
Pius M. McAlinney,
J. T. Gittens, J E.
Gittens

P. M. McAlinney, o.p ;
Joseph Noel, Marie A.
Maillard.

Pius M. McAlinney,
P. A. Lezama,
Celestina Luces, her x
mark, witness to mark
P. M. McAlinney.
Pius M. McAlinney, op.;
Francis Farrell,
Eulalie Sylvain.
Pius M. McAlinney,
C. A. Meltz, Marie P.
Meltz, Juanita
Cedeno.
Pius M. McAlinney,
George Bruce, Mary
Dubois.


Pius M. McAlinney,
M. Rawlins,
A. Byron.

Pius M. McAlinney,
W. A. Murray,
Sandreire Burgess.
T. D. Muckian, Louis
Hernandez, Emma
Hernandez.


Wm. Erastus Batson

Evelina Stanislaus ...

James Matthews

Virginia Isaac
Robert Theodgilus
Arneaud
Dorothy Alberta Davis

Saba Abad Luces ...
Louise Catherine Eloi

William Albert Murray
Elvira Mary Seaton ...

Charles Dugal Daly ...

Hortensia Maria Galy
Daniel Bartholomew...


Marie Angel Joseph ...

Robert Henry Greer

Alice Louisa Pierre ...

Alfred Ernest Murray

Ada Virginia Jones ...
George Hernandez ...
Emily Elizabeth Agnes
Clarke


Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Widower

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor


23 Spinster
Full Bachelor


Full Spinster

42 Bachelor


Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster


Wheelwright
School
Teacher
Labourer ...
Seamstress ...

Clerk

Seamstress ...

Planter ...



Clerk ...

Seamstress ...
Clerk ...



Labourer ...


Seamstress ...

Shoemaker...

Domestic Ser-
vant
Printer ...
Seamstress ...
Accobntant...








SCHEDULE-continued.


Signature of Officiating
When Married. Names and Surnames Ages. Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister or District
of Parties. of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


Manoel Fernandes Full
Camacho
Merces Amelia Dos 16
Santos
Robert de Bourg ... 23
Sophia Dyer ... ... 18
Louis Edward ... Full

Rachel Augustine Full
Davis
Alexander Callender ... 29

Omenia Gervais ... 30

Benjamin Hazel ... Full

Margaret Fraser ... Full
Joseph Paul ... ... Full

Josephine Raymond Full


26 Oct., 1907...


9 Nov., 1907...


30 Nov., 1907...



5 Dec., 1907...


25 Dec., 1907...



6 June, 1908...




20 June, 1908...


15 July, 1908...


25 July, 1908...

8 Aug., 1908...



29 Aug., 1908...


Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Widower

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Clerk ...

Nil ... .

Clerk

Seamstress ...
Planter ...

Seamstress ...

Jeweller ...
None ...

Gardener ...

Nil ... .

Warder,
Colonial
Hospital
None

Clerk ...

None .
Watch
repairer
Seamstress ...
Tailor .

Laundress ...
Interpreter



Labourer ...

Washer


Port-of-Spain ...
do.

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Barton Lane, Bel-
mont, Port-of-
Spain
Belmont Valley
Road
Port-of-Spain ...
Erin ...

Laventille ...

do. ...

54, Duke Street,
Port-of-Spain
Erthig Road, Bel-
mont, Port-of-

55, Nelson Street,
Port-of-Spain
3, Calvary Hill,
Port-of-Spain
191, Belmont Cir-
cular Road
Industry Lane,
Port-of-Spain
Port-of-Spain ..

do.
Woodbrook, Port-
of-Spain
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
do.


St. Francis Church,
Belmont

do. ...


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont


St. Francis Church,
Belmont

do.



do. ...




do.


do. ...


do. ...

do. .



The Church of St.
Francis, Belmont


George Raymond
Fereira
Secionde Bennett ...

George Edward
McClean
Julia Brooks ... .

Norman Clifford
Haynes
Mary Noel ... .
James Cassiram ...
Amora Thomasine
Miles

Elias Frances ...

Alberta Taylor ...


Manuel F. Camacho

Merces A. Dos
Santos
Robert De Bourg ...

Sophia Dyer

Louis Edwards

Rachel Augustine
Davis
Alexander Callender,
Omenia Gervais,
her x mark, wit-
T. D. Muckian
Benjamin Hazel, his
x mark, witness,
T. D. Muckian
Margaret Fraser

Joseph Paul

Josephine Raymond

George R. Ferreira
Seciona Bennett ...
George Edward
McClean
Julia Brooks
Norman Clifford
Haynes
Mary Noel
James Cassiram ...
Amora Thomasine
Miles

Elias Francis ...

Alberta Taylor, her x
mark, witness
T. D. Muckian


P. M. McAlinney, o.p.;
John Dos Santos.
Leonora Dos Santos.

T. D. Mackian, o.p.;
J. Sydney de Bourg,
Mary Ann de Bourg.

T. D. Muckian, Francis
Roberts, Cecilia
Jerome.

T. D. Muckian, o.P.;
J. M. Alexander,
James Thompson,
Ana Vilanueva.
T. D. Muckian, o.p.;
Agatha Sample,
James E. Clarke.

T. D. Muckian, o.p.;
W. Aid. Mallard,
Louise Henrietta
Pollard.

T. D. Muckian, o.p.;
R. Burke, Rebecca
Blanc.

T. D. Muckian, o.p.;
Albert Rodriguez,
Mary McClean.
T. D. Muckian, o.p.;
Benjamin Springer,
Eugenia Noel.
T. D. Muckian, o..;
J. A. Sasa, Louisa
Medina.

T. D. Muckian, o.P.;
Hellen James, Mary
Haze..








SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married.



3 Sept., 1908...


24 Oct., 1908...



31 Oct., 1908...


17 April, 1909...


19 June, 1909...



27 June, 1909...



3 July, 1909...


21 July, 1909...



7 Aug., 1909...


Thomas Wade

Miriam Edwards

Claudio Perez...

Millicent Ellison

Joseph Dickson

Elvira Thorne

Lewis de Costa


... 49

... Full


I Mary Cumberbatch ... Full
19 Aug., 1909... Edward Elder Holder 29


Millicent Marcelina 21
Trotman
George Ludwig ... Full


Nicholasa Caballero ...


Names and Surnames
of Parties.


Jules Francis ...

Theresa Lewis ...

Eugene Felix
Cornilliac
Marie Sophie Paul ...

Duncan Dairy

Louisa Rostant ...

George Innocent
Contastia
Anna Aspasia Abbott

John Andrew

Soukey Samuel


Condition.



Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Widower

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Carpenter ...

Seamstress ...

Draughtsman

Nil ...

Police
Constable
Nil ... .

Tailor ...

Seamstress ...

Labourer ...

None ...

Labourer ...

Huckster ...

Labourer ...

Seamstress ...

Mason ...



Labourer ...


Bootmaker

Seamstress ...

Merchant ...


Residence at time
of Marriage.


Chaguanas ...

Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
81, Charlotte St.,
Port-of-Spain
33, Observatory
Street, Port-of-
Spain
St. James

St. Barb's Road,
Laventille West
Duncan Street,
Port-of-Spain
Charles Street,
Port-of-Spain
St. Joseph Road,
Laventille Ward
19, Cazabon Lane,
Belmont

Clifton Street,
Port-of-Spain
St. Barb's Road,
Laventille, Bel-
mont
Tamana, Upper
Caroni Ward
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
9, Pelham Lane,
Belmont

do. ...

No. 118, Belmont
Circular Road

do.
Belmont Circular
Road

Belmont

Port-of-Spain ..


Seamstress ... I Maracas ... ...


Place of
Marriage.


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont

St. Francis Church,
Belmont


do.


do.


do.



do. .



The Church of St.
Francis, Belmont

do. ...



do. ...


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont


do. ...


Signature of
Parties.


Jules Frances ...

Theresa Lewis

Eugene F. Cornilliac

Sophie Paul

Duncan Dairy ...

Louisa Rostant ...

George Innocent
Contastia
Anna Aspasia Abbott

John Andrew, his x
mark
Soukey Samuel, her x
mark, witness,
C.A. Dempsey,o.P.
Thomas Wade ...

Mariam Edwards ...

Claudio Perez ...

Millicent Ellison ...

Joseph Dickson ...

Elvira Jane Thorne

Lewis da Costa, his x
mark, witness,
C. A. Dempsey
Mary Cumberbatch
Edward Elder Holder

Millicent Trotman

George Ludwig, his x
mark, witness,
C. A. Dempsey
Nicholasa Caballero


Signature of Officiating
Minister, or District
Registrar and of
Witnesses.

T. D. Muckian, o.p.;
Shadrack Paul,
Joseph Williams.

J. O'Reilly, Charles
Fernandez, Eliza
Fernandez.

T. D. Muckian, o.p.;
O. Davis, Mrs. C.
Lourd.

C. A. Dempsey, o.i.;
V. Contaste,
Anastasia Abbott.

C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Christophe Thomas
his x mark, witness
C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Margaret Joseph.
John Alick, Frances
Sunley, her x mark,
witness, C. A. Demp-
sey, o.p.

James Cassiram,
Gregorio Hill,
C. A. Dempsey, o.p.

Francis Seraneau, Mary
Robert, her x mark,
witness, C. A.
Dempsey, o.p.,
E. Joseph Noel.
C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
E. Joseph Noel,
Christiana St. Lewis.

W. E. Lloyd, Martha
Lloyd,
C. A. Dempsey, o.P.

C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Francis Brown,
Irene Lezama.


30 Aug.. 909...


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SCHEDULE-continued.


Names and Surnanmes
of Parties.


Philip George...

Clementina Joseph ...


21 Sept., 1909... William Walker


Helena Elcock ...
James Christopher
Greaves
Theresa Fernandez
Henry Pierre ...

Jannie Severin ...


29 Dec., 1909... John Joseph ...


Angelina George ...


Clifford Brathwaite ...

Ceiilia Jones ... .

Simeon Francois ...

Princess Mills... .

Joseph Edward
Montealgre
Matilda Palmier ...
Lynal Beckles ...

Amelia Bruster ...

Eugene Decuerew ...

Madeleine Grant ...


Ages. Condition.


... Fuf


When Married.



1 Sept., 1909...


Profession..



Provision
Merchant



Servant ...

Servant ...
Carpenter ...

Laundress ...
Labourer ...


Widower Huckster ..

Widow... Huckster ...


Bachelor

Spinster

Widower

Widow...

Bachelor

Widow...
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Tailor ...

Seamstress ...

Porter ...

Domestic Ser-
vant

Planter ...

Seamstress ...
Domestic Ser-
vant
Seamstress ...

Labourer ...

Huckster ...


Residence at time
of Marriage.


Piccadilly Street,
Port-of-Spain
Duncan Street,
Port-of-Spain


Escalier Land, Bel-
mont, Port-of-
Spain
do.
1, Figaro Place,
Port-of-Spain
do.
Belmont Valley
Road
Port-of-Spain


Belmont
Road,
Spain
do.


Circular
Port-of-


3, Rosslyn Lane,
Belmont
27, Charlotte St.,
Port-of-Spain
102, Laventille
Road, Port-of-
Spain
153, Belmont Cir-
cular Road,
Port-of-Spain
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Belmont ...
Warner's Land,
Port-of-Spain
Regent Lane,
Port-of-Spain
Ward Lane, Bel-
mont
Port-of-Spain ...


Bachelor

Spinster


Bachelor


Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Widow...


Place of
Marriage.


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont



do.


do. ...

do. ...




do. ...





do. ...


do. ...




do. ...

do. ...


do. ...


Signature of
Parties.


Philip George

Clementina Joseph


William Walker ...

Helena Elcock
James Greaves

Theresa Fernandez
Henry Pierre, his x
mark, witness,
C. A. Dempsey;
Jannie, her x mark,
witness, C. A.
Dempsey
John Joseph, his x
mark,

Angelina George, her
x mark, witness to
marks, C. A.
Dempsey, o.P.
Clifford Brathwaite

Cecilia Jones

Simeon Francois ...

Princess Mills


Jos. E. Montealegre

Matilda Palmer
Lynal Beckles ...

Amelia Bruster

Eugene Decuerew...

Madeleine Grant, her
x mark, witness to
mark, C. A.
Dempsey


Signature of Officiating
Minister, or District
Registrar and of
Witnesses.


C. A. Dempsey, o.r.;
Elias Michel, his x
mark, witness, C. A.
Dempsey;
Julia Joseph,
Joseph Noel.
C. A. Dempsey, o.P.;
Thomas Aaron,
Mary McLean.

C. A. Dempsey, o.P.;
Henry Mondesir,
Julien St. Tour.
C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
A. M. Camps, Maud
Camps, Joseph Noel.


C. A. Dempsey, O.P.;
George Antoni, his x
mark
Sarah Abraham, her x
mark.

C. A. Dempsey, o.P.;
A. E. Murray,
Ada Murray.

C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
L. A. O'Daniel,
V. L. Walcott.


C. A. Dempsey, o.P.;
Joseph Noel, Juliana
Warner.
C. A. Dempsey, o.P.;
A. Hamilton, Isabella
Rogers.

C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
James Modeste, Mary
Baron, her x mark.


21 Oct., 1909...

15 Nov., 1909...


8 Jan., 1910...


3 Feb., 1910...




27 April, 1910...

16 July, 1910...


6 Aug., 1910...








SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married.




20 Aug., 1910...



28 Aug., 1910...


24 Sept., 1910...



5 Oct., 1910...


6 Oct., 1910...



17 Oct., 1910...



29 Oct., 1910...


17 Nov., 1910... Albert Adams


Rosalie Reid ... ...

George Garcien ...

Isabella Sheafe ...


Demetrio Coleman ...

Rafaela Merlo .
Louis Philip Andrew ...

Frances Cesar... ...


Names and Surnames
of Parties.


Mona ...... .

Rosa Charles ... .


Manuel de Freitas

Edith Seymour
Albert A gustus Collet


Helena Rosetta Palmer

Proto Jacinto Barradas

Madelaine Suers ...

John Joseph ...

Jane Philip ... .


Louis Philip Denehy...

Adeline Fitzwilliami ...

Thomas Henry
Williams

Eliza Frances Boissiere


Widower

Spinster

Bachelor


Spinster


Bachelor



Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster


Clerk ...

Seamstress ...

Clerk ...


None ...


Servant ...


Nurse

Fitter ...

Seamstress ...


Commercial
Clerk
None ...
Labourer

Labourer ...


Residence at time
of Marriage.


Place of
Marriage.


Condition. Profession.



Bachelor Labourer

Spinster None


Bachelor Shopkeeper..

Spinster Clerkess
Bachelor Clerk


Spinster Seamstress..

Bachelor Mercantile
Clerl
Spinster Clerk

Bachelor Surveyor's
Assistan
Spinster Seamstress ..


Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Ariapita, St. Ann's do. ...

7, Hinkson Lane,
Belmont, Port-
of-Spain
Belmont Circular The Church of St.
Road Francis, Illmont
do.
Belmont Valley do. ...
Road
do. ... I


Signature of
Parties.


.

1


Signature of Officiating
Minister, or District
Registrar and of
Witnesses.


Moca Estate,
Maraval
19, Cazabon Lane,
Port-of-Spain

Woodbrook, Port-
of-Spain
Belmont
56, Queen Street,
Port-of-Spain

6, Charles Street,
Port-of-Spain
16, Nelson Street,
Port-of-Spain
8, Belle Eau Road,
Port-of-Spain
Belmont Valley
Road
do. ...


76, Nelson Street,
Port-of-Spain
Gloster Lodge,
Port-of-Spain
15, Edward Street,
Port-of-Spain

16, Dundonald
Street, Port-of-
Spain
12, McShine Lane


26 Nov., 1910...



28 Nov., 1910...


30 Nov., 1910...


Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont


do. ...


The Church of St.
Francis, Belmont

do. .

do.



do.



do.



Church of St. Fran-
cis, Belmont



do. ...


:----------'


I


Mona, his x mark ...
Rosa Charles, her x
mark, witness to
marks, C. A.
Dempsey, o.P.
Manoel de Freitas ...

Edith Seymour
Albert Augustus
Collet

Helena Rosetta
Palmer
Porto Jacinto
Barradas
Madelaine Sumers

John Joseph ...

Jane Philip...


L. P. Denehy ...

A. Fitzwilliam ...

T. H. Williams ...


Eliza Frances
Boissiere

Albert Adams, his x
mark, witness to
mark, C. A.
Dempsey.
Rosalie Reid

George Garcien ...

Isabella Sheafe ...


D. Calnen Nijo

Rafaela Merlo
Louis Andrew ...

Frances Cesar ...


C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Joseph Raymond, his
x mark, Joseph Noel.


C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
R. F. Moniz, Ursula
Branche.
C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Henry Seon,
Anastasia Abbott.


C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
J. S. Salazar Sucre,
Mary Cleghorn.

C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Matthew Alexander,
Catherine Leslie, her
x mark, witness to
mark, Noel Joseph.
C. A. Dempsey, o.P.;
George Fitzwilliam,
Alice Fitzwilliam.

C. A. Dempsey, o.P.;
John Francis Weekes,
Carmen Elma
Petersen.


C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Wm. George Cecilia
Jerome.



C. A. Dempsey, o.,.;
George Sheafe, Mrs.
E. Donawa.


C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
L. Planchart, Eliza
Scott.
SC. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Oscar Boland, Mrs. L.
Maloney.


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SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married.



9 Dec., 1910...



12 Jan., 1911...

15 April, 1911...


22 April, 1911...


10 June, 1911...




24 June, 1911...



26 June, 1911...



26 Oct., 1911...



28 Oct., 1911...


19 Nov., 1911...



16 Dec., 1911...


Names and Surnames
of Parties.


Ramasal Moore
(East Indian)
Rosalie Perreira

Bernard Gonzales ...

Josephine Baptiste ...
George Fifi
Louise Victoria Swain

Albert Nathaniel Cox

Esmah Majorel
Dickson
Peter Leon ... .

Mary Joseph ... .

John Donald Corrie ...


Full Bachelor


Profession.


____________________ 1~:


Residence at time
of Marriage.


Cabman ... Belmont Valley
Road
Seamstress ... do.


Condition.



Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Widower

Widow...


Eva Roselin Powell ... Full Spinster Teacher

Julian Felix ... ... 25 Bachelor Blacksmith...


Fortuna Pontel ...

George Henry
Thornhill

Leonora Roach

Joseph Howill ...

Beatrice Alexander ...

Joseph Corria

Rosa Olivierre ...

John Gardien
SNewbold
SJuliana Ribeiro ...


Spinster Seamstress ...
Bachelor Shoemaker...


Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Laundress ...

Surveyor's
Assitant
Seamstress ...

Shopclerk ...

Seamstress ...

Clerk ...

None ...


Shop Clerk ...
Seamstress ...
Civil Service
Clerk
None

Sailmaker ...

Dressmaker

Shopkeeper...

Shopkeeper...

Clerk


Place of
Marriage.


Signature of
Parties.


The Church of St. Iamasal Moore
Francis, Belmont
Rosalie Pereira


do.

St. Francis Chur
Belmont

Church of St. Fra
cis, Belmont

The Church of
Francis, Belmor



Church of St. Fr.
cis, Belmont


do.



do.



do.


do.



do.


ch


an-


St.
nt



an-



...


Bernard Gonzales ...

Josephine Baptiste
George Fifi .
Louise Victoria
Swain
Albert N. Cox ...

Esmah Majorel
Dickson
Peter Leon ...

Mary Joseph, her x
mark, witness to
mark, Joseph Noel
J. Donald Corrie ...

Eva Powell

Julian Felix


Signature of Officiating
Minister, or District
.Registrar and of
Witnesses.


C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
Francis Da Costa,
Mary Da Costa, her x
mark, witness to
mark, Joseph Noel.
M. S. Conlon, o.p.;
John Charles, Julia
Baptiste.
M. S. Conlon, o.P.;
Rupert Fifi, Cecilia
Teixeira.

M. S. Conlon, o.p.;
James E. Dickson,
Eugenia Honore.

C. A. Dempsey, o.p.;
O. Spooner,
C. Spooner.


M. S. Conlon, o.p.;
H. Baipin, P. Powell.


M. S. Conlon, o.p.;


116, Henry Street,
Port-of-Spain
do.
76, Picton Street,
Port-of-Spain
70, Erthig Road,
Port-of-Spain
3, St. Francis Val-
ley Road
118, Belmont Cir-
cular Road
26, Pelham Street,
Belmont, Port-
of-Spain


39, Observatory
Street, Port-of-
Spain
15, Industry Lane,
Port-of-Spain
41, St. Vincent
Street, Port-of-
Spain
Roget Place,
Port-of-Spain
5, Arrowsmith
Lane, Port-of-
Spain
6, Calvary Hill,
Port-of-Spain
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Laventille Ward

Roseway Court,
Belmont, Port-
of-Spain
Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
60, Norfolk Street,
Belmont
do. .


Patrick San Vicente
Mrs. Margaret Syac.
Fortune Pontel

George Henry Leo Molloy, o.P.;
Thornhill E. Joseph Noel,
Mary Pierre.
Leonora Roach, her x
mark
... Joseph Howell ... Leo Molloy, o.P.;
William Beckles,
Beatrice Alexander Ethel Howell.

... Joseph Corria ... Leo Molloy, o.P.;
Francis Debrew, his x
mark,
Rosa Ollivierre Inez McLean.

.. J. G. Newbold ... Leo Molloy, o.p. Paul
IMouttet, Maria Rita
J. Ribeiro ... ... Lovera.








SCHEDULE-continued.


When Mairried. Names and Surna.imes Age Condition.
of Parties.



21 Dec., 1911... Miguel Lopez .. bachelor
Leontina Richard ... 19 Spinster

21 Dec., 1911... Charles Sanchez ... 31 Widower
Eloise Matamorre ... 26 Spinster


23 Dec., 1911... James Vall ... ... 32 Bachelor
Malvina Mondezi ... 24 Spinster

17 Jan., 1912... Aubry Malcolm Taylor 22 Bachelor
May Olympia Bornn... 20 Spinster

3 Feb., 1912... Edwin Cornelius Full Bachelor
Frontin
Imelda Wilhelmina Full Spinster
Richardson
10 Feb., 1912... Bristol Wright ... Full Bachelor
Agatha Beatty Full Spinster
22 Feb., 1912... John Patrick ... .. 19 Bachelor
I East Indian)
Pauline Daniel ... 17 Spinster
(East Indian)
25 May, 1912... Hector Stephen ... 22 Bachelor
Cecilia George ... 22 Spinster

I June, 1912... Alexander Patrick ... 39 Widower
Lucille Alexander ... 38 Spinster

26 June, 1912... Jeremiah Samuel ... 2- Bachelor
Mary Alexander ... 27 Spinster

27 June. 1912... Samuel Burrowes ... Full Bachelor

Veronica Williams ... Full Spinster

29 June, 1912... Luches Philbert Belfon 29 Bachelor
Gladys Turton ... I Maid ..


Pilfe.cssion. Residence .at tim! Place of
of Mamrriag. Ml.irril.ge.


Planter ... St. Raphael,
Guanapo
None ... 1, St. George Hill,
Escallier Land
Mercantile 4. Ward Lane,
Clerk Port-of-Spain
Seamstress ... 96, Belmont Cir-
cular Road,
Port-of-Spain
Engineer ... 62, Pelham Street,
Port-of-Spain
Seamstress ... 12, Altorf Lane,
Port-of-Spain
Druggist's 7, George Street,
Assistant Port-of-Spain
None ... 50, George Street.
Port-of-Spain
Planter ... Grand Lagoon,
Mavaro
Seamstress ... 54, Erthig Road.
I Port-of-Spain
Huckster ... 46, Belmont Cir-
cular Road
Seamstress ... Port-of-Spain
Labourer ... St. James,
Mucurapo'
Nil ... ... Warner's Land,
Port-of-Spain
Machinit ... 1, Prince Street.
Port-of-Spain
Seamstress ... 31, Piccadilly St.,
Port-of-Spain
Carpenter ... Layan Hill, Port-
of-Spain
Seamstress ... do.

Carpenter ... No. 1. Herrni'age
Road
Domestic Ser- Port-of-Spain ...
vant
Porter ... 6, Dewsbury Lane.
Belmont. Port-
of-Spain
Domestic Ser- do. ...
vant
Carpenter ... No.9, Duke Street.
Port-of-Spain
SSeamstress... 160, Charlotte St.,
Port-of-Spain


Church of St. Fran- M
cis. Belmont I
L


Signature of Oltfcihit
Sihnaiture of Minister, or Distri, t
Parties. ROeistrr and of
\Witnrses.

ichael Lopez ... Leo Molloy, o.P.; Rafael
Sucre, Mrs. Raphael
eontine Rochard Sucre.


do. ... Chas. Sanchcz

SEloisa Matamorre


do. ... James Vall

SMalvia Mondezi ...

do. ... Aubry Malcolm
Taylor
May Olympia Bornn

do ... Edwin C. Frontin ...

SEmelda W.
Richardson
do. ... Bristol Wright ...

Agatha Beatty
d. ... John Patrick, his x
mark
i Pauline Daniel

do. ... Hector Stephen ...

Cecelia George ...

do. ... Alexander Patrick...

Lucille Alexander ...

... Jeremiah Samuel ...

Mary Alexander ...

do. ... I Samuel Burrowes ...


Veronica Williams

do. ... Luches Philbert
Belfon
Glady Turton ...


Leo Molloy, o.p.: Jamres
Fraser, Mine Perkins.


Leo Molloy, o.p.; Arthur
Harding, Elizabeth
Mondezi.

Leo Molloy, o.p.;
Monroe Bornn, Maria
A. T. Bornn.

Leo Molloy, o.P.;
SW. B. H. Laurence,
Charles Richardson.

Fr. Mariano Troncoso,
O.P.; Paul Balfour,
Augusta Forde.
Leo Molloy, o.p.:
Polycarpe Timothy,
Marie Timothy.

Leo Molloy, o.p.:
Manuel Dias, Julia
Joseph.

T. L. O'Kelly, o.p.;
Henry Mondesir,
Julia Alcazar.

Leo Molloy, o.p.; Joseph
Noel, Florence
Adamson.

Leo Molloy, o.p.; Jacob
Walcott, Mrs. Lillian
Worrell.


Leo Molloy, o.p.; Jos.
Alexander.
Paulina Herwood.








SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married. Names and Surnames
of Parties.

___________________I


29 June, 1912...

31 Aug., 1912...


12 Oct., 1912...


19 Oct., 1912...


26 Oct., 1912...


James Monsegue ...
Victoria David ...
Robert Emmanuel
Lennard
Jane Asihe

Anthony Jule
Seebaram

Virginia Daniel ...
Claude Paterson
Donawa
Louisa Dumaine ...

James Roberts ...


Matilda George ...

23 Nov., 1912... James Alexander
Collins
SMary Baptiste .
23 Nov., 1912... Charles Walton ...

Mary Fernandez ...

26 Nov., 1912... Charles Bertrand
Cumberbatch

Minnie Magdalene
Logan

30 Nov., 1912... Albert Martin... ...
Catherine Roach

30 Nov., 1912... Ivan Anisette... ...

Mary Edmond ...
21 Dec., 1912... Lionel Betancourt ...

Marie Joseph... ...

21 Dec., 1912... John Dia ... ...

Agatha Gonalves ...


Aget. Conditi-.rj. i .fI'v--ir.


39 Bachelor Labourer ...

31 Spinster Huckster ...
31 Widower Teacher ...
2' Spinster Seamstres ...

25 Bachelor Gardener ...

20 Spinster None ...
Full Bachelor Crk ...

Full Spinster
35 Bache!or ComnrnisPion
Age n
30 Spinstler Seamnstress ...


Wi dower
Widow..
Bachelor

Spinter

Bachelor


Labourer ...

Lat-eurer ...
Carpenter ...

Domestic Ser-
vant
Writing Cerk


22 Spinster None


Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster
Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor

Spinster


Carpenter ...
I Washer

Carpenter

Seamstress ...
Laourer ...

Laundress ...

Domestic Ser-

SSeamstress ...


I


SbSignature of Officialinr
Re=ldence at unj' PLace oI Signature if Minister, or District
of Marriar. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


20, Belmont Valley Church of St. Frae- James Monsegue ... Leo Molloy, o..; Jos.
Road ci-, Belmont Noel, Georgiana
Port-of-Spam ... Victoria David ... Barron.
17, Regent Lane, do. ... Robert Emmanuel Le Molloy, o.p.; D.
Port-of-Spain Lennard Syrister, Albert
Belmorit, Port-'.f- Jane Ashe Wilson.
Spain
26, Sandhurst do ... thony Jule Leo Molloy, o.P.; Peter
Lane, Port-of- Seebaram Ramtahal, Margaret
Spain Ramtahal.
do. Virginia Daniel
90. Qzarry Street, do. ... Claude P. Donawa r. Marie Joseph, E. T.
SPort-of-Spain Mitchell, Julia E.
92, Quarry Street. Louisa Duiaaine Mitchell.
Port-of-Spain
Belmont Valley do. ... James Robert- .. Leo Molloy, o.-.; Paul
SRoad, Port-of- McCarth, Mr. E.
Spain Adrie.
No. 11, Belle Eau Matilda Gcoerge
Road, Port-of-
Spain
62. Pelham Street, do. ...: James Col/ir ... Ln MoloyL o.P; St.
Port-of-Spai' Hilaire Wiliams,
do. .. Mary Baptiste i Cilia Philip.
Reid Lane. Port- do. -. Charles Walton Leo MoLoy, o.P.; Jos.A.
of-Spain Samuel. Mildred
Flan.gin Plac, Mary Fernandez Yates.
Port-of-Spain
I!. Charlotte C. B. Cumltberbath Leo Molloy, o.p.; Cht.
Port-of-Spain Augustus Petioni

1-6. Belmont Cir- Minnie M. Logan ... Mary Logan
c'lar Road.
Port-of-Spain
Belmont Valley. do Albe r Marlin Leo Molloy, oP..: Y.
Laventille We~I Nisbett, Alioe Marlin.
do. -.. Catherine Roath, her
x mark
12, Lodge Plaoe. do. ... Ivan Anisette .. Leo Moloy, 0..P; Water
Port-of-Span Warni, Mar.- Haynes.
do. M1 ary Edund ...
14. ~Lontine Lane. d. Lionel x Leo Molloy. o..; L ien
Port-of-Spain Betanoarurt Hernander, Lemaline
17, Laontine Lane. Mary Joseph ... Heraandr.
Port-of-Spain
i No. 1. Rigault St., do. ... John Diaz ... Leo Mo3n, o.r.: John
Port-of-Spair Diaz. Mary de Sava.
SRiault Sire-, AEr- C-
Port-of-Spain


1I-
U'







SCHEDULE-continued.

S it tueo fiitn


When Married. Name- and Surnames Ages. Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of
of Parties. of Marriage. Marriage.



4 Jan., 1913... Manuel Louis ... 28 Bachelor Shop Clerk ... No. 14. Jerning- Church of St. I ran-
ham Avenue, ci-, Belmont
Port-of-Spain
Emily de Souza ... 24 Spinster Seiamstress No. 6, Norfolk St.,
Port-of-Spain
15 Jan., 1913... Edmund Huslev 40 Bachelor Mercantile 15. Pelham Lane, do. ...
Mlaillard Clerk Port-of-Spain
Hilda Marshall ... W idoow... Lady Clerk 1, Belle Eau Road,
Port-of-Spain
Mar., 1913.. Archibald Harris ... Full Bachelor Goldsmith 24. Duncan Street, The Church .i St.
Port-of-Spain Francis, Belmont


Louisa Francis ...


9 April, 1913... Louis Felix Strasser ...
Mary Teresa Tardleu
13 April, 1913... Daniel Roque... ...
Louise Diaz ... .

19 April, 1913... Howley Lashley ...
Maud Lopez ... ...

15 May, 1913... Francis Gomes ...

Clara Roque ... ...

24 May, 1913... Thomas Aaron ...

Beatrice Walcott

30 July, 1913... John Lyon Ludovic
Smith
Marie Josephine Eligon

13 Sept., 1913... Hypolit Mercano ...


Alexandrine Rhotne ...

Jos. Rafael Vasquez
Rivera j

Rafaela Carmen
X alquez


Full Spinster Pastry Maker do. ...

51 Bachelor Cocoa Dealer Belmont. Port-of-
Spain
3 Spinster Seamstress ... do.
Full Bachelor Shop Clerk ... 19, Belmont Cir-
cular Road
Full Spinster Seamstress ... Belmont Circular
B r Road
25 Bachelor Planter Cnaripo, Turure
Ward
23 Spinster None ... Escallier Land,
Port-of-Spain
35 Bachelor Grocer ... 19. Belmont Cir-
cular Road,
Port-of-Spain
32 Spinster Seamstress ... Belmont, Port-of-
Spain
Full Widower Carpenter ... 3, Leontine Lane,
Escallier Land,
Port-of-Spain
Full Spinster Washer ... do. .

Full Bachelor Civil Servant 3o. Marine Square,
Port-of-Spain
Full Spinster None ... 7. Samuel Lane,
Port-of-Spain
Full Widower Labourer ... 6, Reid Lane, Bel-
mont, Port-of-
Spain
Full Widow... Nil .. do. ...

Full W\idower Planter 103, Norfolk St.,
Belmont, Port-
I of-Spain
Full Spinster Seamstress ... do. ...


Mai
n


Signature of Officiating
Stinature of Minister, or District
Panrtie. Registrar and of
Witnesses.


vnll Loui-. hi- x Leo Mollov. P.p.:
lark Hubert P. Vieira, Mrs.
Jardine.


Enuly de Souza

E. H. Mallard

Hilda Marshall
Archibald Harris


... Leo Molloy, o.p.; J. 1T.
Gittens, Marie A.
. Maillard, William
Gitten-.
.. P. MacQuillan, o.P.;
H. G. Adolphe,
Charlotte Gonzales


Louisa Francis

Louis Felix Strass r Leo Molloy, o.p.; V.
Emmanuel Tardieu,
Mary Teresa Tardieu Mrs. P. O'Brien.
nD iel R.o Leo Mollov n PL ; u \V.


Louise Dias

Church of St. ran- Howley Lashlcy .
cis, Belmont L
Maud Lopez

do. ... Francis Go es ...

Clara Roque

do. ... Thomas Aaron ...

Beatrice Walcott

du. ... iJ. Lyon Smith
Marie Josephine
Eligon
do. ... Hypolit Mercano, his
x mark

Alexandrine Rhome.
her x mark
... ... J. R. Vasquez,
Rivera

Rafaela Carmen
Vasq'iez


Seaton, Louise Dias.

Leo Molloy, o.P.;
Michael Lopez,
Paulina Riley.

Leo Molloy, o.P.;
Manoel D'Andrade,
Josephine D'Andrade.

Leo MoUlloy, o.p.; J.
Pollonais, J. Pollonais


Leo Molloy, o.P.; Alice
Milne, J. Sydney
Smith.

Leo Molloy, o.P.; Charles
McCarthy, Cecelia
Philip, her x mark

Leo Molloy, o.. ; Pedro
A. Villaruel, Ana N.
de Garcia.


S Oct., 1913...


-- ---








SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married. Names and Surnames Ages.
of Parties.


7 Nov.. 1913...


24 Nov., 1913...

29 Nov., 1913...



27 Dec., 1913...



28 Jan., 1914...


29 Jan., 1914...

9 Feb., 1914...


21 Feb., 1914...

2 April, 1914...


25 April, 1914... Anthony Hart


Victoria Procope ...
Leon Franqois Court...
Lillian Gertrude
Woodroffe

Michael Beard ...

Estella Forde ...


Full

50

30

Full
Full


Augusto de Conceicao
de Jesus
Rosalina Pereira
George Duncan Lewis
Burnette
Beatrice Pascal ...
Julian Severe ...
Frances Bailey ...

Samuel Edmund Des
Sources

Matilda Philip ...

Frank Spooner ...
Mercedes Salazar ...

John D'Andrade ...
Ethel Perreira ...

Paul Eugene
Flandinette
Anella Joseph ...

Jules Luke Rochard

Emma Virginia Lestage
Charles Valentine
Gibbon
Audrey Alberta Gomez
I


Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of
of Marriage. i Marriage. Parties.


Bachelor Shop Clerk ... 37, Erthig Road, Church of St. Fran- Augusto Da
Port-of-Spain cis, Belmont Conceicao de Jesus
Spinster Seamstress ... do. ... Rosaline Perreira
Bachelor Surveyor's Laventille ... do. .. George Duncan Lewis
Poleman Burnette
Spinster Laundress ... do. ... Beatrice Pascal
Bachelor Labourer ... Icacos, Cedros do. ... Julian Severe
Ward
Spinster Seamstress ... No. 1, Lockhart Frances Bailey
Lane, Port-of-
Spain
Bachelor Printer ... 24, erningham do. ... Samuel Edmund Des
Avenue, Port- Sources
of-Spain
Widow... None ... 4, Altorf Street, Matilda Philip
Port-of-Spain
Bachelor Clerk ... Augustine Land, do. ... Frank Spooner ...
Port-of-Spain
Spinster None ... Mon Ret-of-pn Mercedes Salazar
i Laventille
Bachelor Clerk ... St. Joseph .. do. ... John D'Andrade ...
Spinster Seamstress ... 17, Norfolk Street, Ethel Perreira
Port-of-Spain
Bachelor Clerk .. 9, Cadiz Road, do. ... Paul E. Flandinette
Port-of-Spain
Spinster Nil ... ... 10, Roseway Court, Anella Joseph ...
Port-of-Spain
Widower Planter ... 16, Oxford Street, do. ... Jules L. Rochard ...
Port-of-Spain
Spinster Seamstress ... do. Emma V. Lestage
Bachelor Clerk ... 1 .4, Woodford St., do. ... Charles V. Gibbon...
Port-of-Spain
Spinster None 109, Belmont Cir- Audrey A. Gomez
cular Road,
Port-of-Spain
Bachelor Clerk ... 3, Jackson Hill, do. ... A. Hart ... ...
Port-of-Spain
Spinster Seamstress ... 13. Robinsonville, 1 Victoria Procope
Port-of-Spain t
Widower Carriage 27, Archer Street, The Church of St. Leon F. Court .
Builder Port-of-Spain Franci., Belmont
Spinster Dressmaker do. ... Lillian G. Woodroffe

Bachelor Clerk ... Escallier Land, do. ... Michael Beard ...
Port-of-Spain
Spinster Seamstress... Alfredo Street, Hesteer Forde
Woodbrook 1


Signature of Officiating
Minister, or District
Registrar and of
Witnesses.

Leo Molloy, o.p.; C.
Englehart Latour,
Josephine Perreira.

Leo Molloy, Isaure Rat,
Mrs. Virginia
Johnson.
Leo Molloy, o.r.;
Edward La Cross,
Carmella David.

Leo Molloy, o.P.; Leon
F. Court, Louisa
Glanville.

Leo Molloy, o.p.; Henry
Hartley, Eliza Cleary.

Leo Molloy, O.P.; Austin
Neives, Henrietta
Neives.
Leo Molloy, o.P.; Henry
Ernest Giroux,
Petronilla St. Clair.

Leo Molloy, o.p.;
Alexander F. Lestage,
Leontine Langford.
Leo Molloy, o.p.; A. E.
Gomez, Gerald
Gomez.

P. C. Gallagher, Louis
John, Matilda John.

Francis C. Gallagher,
o.p.; George E.
McClean,
Marie Philomena
Ledee.
Aaron Daniel Monica
Cragwe 01,
F. C. Gallagher, o.p.


9 May, 1914...



S1 June, 1914...







SCi-EADULE- continued.


When Married.



27 June, 1914...


Signature of Officiating
Names and Surname i Ages. Condition. Profession. Residence at time Place of Signature of Minister, or District
of Parties. I of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Registrar and of
SWitnesses.


Lionel Workman ... 25 Bachelor Teacher ... 16, Archer Street, The Church of St. Lionel Workman ... C. Gallagher, o.e.;
Belnont, Port- Francis, Belmont J. Donaldson, Jane
of-Spain Roberts.
Caroline Donaldson ... 22 Spinster Milliner ... 6, Hermitage Rd., Caroline Doualdwun
Port-of-Spain
Wallace Chandler .. Full Widower Carpenter ... 66, Erthig Road, do. ... Wallace Chandler Matthew Alexander,
Port-of-Spain Estelle Arthur,
Cecilia Morris... ... 25 Spinster Seamstress ... 65, Erthig Road, Cecilia Morris F. C. Gallagher, o.P.
SP Port-of-Spain
Randolph Phipps ... 20 Bachelor Seaman .. 14, Leontine Lane, do. .. Randolph I'hipps ... Thomas Wade, Ellen
I Port-of-Spain I .... Francis C.
Adella Hunt ... ... Full Spinster Seamstress ... 21, St. Barb's Hill, Adela Beatrice Hunt G.(lla.r, r, O.P.
Port-of-Spain
Willie Tannis ... 26 Bachelor Blacksmith 23, Bullet Street, do. ... William Tannis ... Francis C. Gallagher,
Port-of-Spain o.P.; Francis Brown,
Sylvanie Mougere ... 21 Spinster I Laundress ... 11, Lokhart Lane, Sylvania Mougere... Matilda Brown.
Port-of-Spain
Martin O'Brien ... Full Bachelor Draughtsman 33, Belmont Cir- do. ... Martin 'Brien ... F. C. Gallagher, o..;
Sular Road, George Beaconsfield
Port-of-Spain Geoffroy, Charles
Mary Bertha Geoffroy Full Spinster None ... 2A, Hermitage Mary Bertha Geoffroy.
Road, Port-of- Geoffrny
Spain


4 July, 1914...


13 Aug., 1914...


23 Sept., 1914...


26 Sept., 1914...








Marriage (Validity). [No. 45 of 1921. 63





Marriage (Validity).
AN ORDINANCE TO VALIDATE CERTAIN MARRIAGES.

[8th November, 1921.] Commence-
ment.
WHEREAS doubts have arisen concerning the validity
of the marriages in the schedule to this Ordinance by
reason of the same having been contracted before Assistant
Wardens;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient to declare all such
marriages to be valid;
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of Trinidad and
Tobago with the advice and consent of the Legislative
Council thereof as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage (Validity) Short title.
Ordinance, 1921.
2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained Validationof
in the Marriage Ordinance, No. 59, the marriages the manages in
particulars whereof are set forth in the schedule hereto
shall be and be held to be good and valid in law to all
intents and purposes whatsoever and the issue of such
marriages to have ever been and to be legitimate.

SCHEDULE.
The marriage contracted between Adjoodeah Maraj, aged 30, widower,
huckster, and Sumintra, aged 13, spinster, before Frank Norris
Brierly, Esquire, at the Warden's Office in San Fernando on
26th October, 1919.
The marriage contracted between Asgar Ali, aged 28, bachelor, tailor, and
Saheedan, aged 24, spinster, before Frank Norris Brierly, Esquire,
at the Warden's Office in San Fernando, on 3rd January, 1920.
The marriage contracted between Sheikh Mohamed Jaleel, aged 24,
bachelor, clerk, and Amina, aged 21, spinster, before Louis
Alexander Vilain, Esquire, at the Warden's Office in San Fernando
on 15th January, 1921.
Passed in Council this-twenty-eighth day of October,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
twenty-one.







No. 31 of 1926. Marriages (Registration).


Marriages (Registration).

AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORISE THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL
TO REGISTER CERTAIN MARRIAGES.

Commnce- [20th December, 1926.]


BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof as follows:-
It shall be lawful for the Registrar-General as
Registrar of Marriages to file and preserve in his office
duplicate statements of the marriages the particulars
whereof are set forth in the Schedule hereto, notwith-
standing that such duplicate statements were not prepared
in accordance with and transmitted at the time prescribed
by section 33 of the Marriage Ordinance, and such duplicate
statements shall be deemed and taken to be good and
valid to all intents and purposes as if they had been
prepared in manner and form and transmitted to the
Registrar of Marriages at the time prescribed by the
said section.













SWhen Married.



17 May, 1894...




23 June, 1894...


5 July, 1894...




13 July, 1894...


27 July, 1894...







15 Aug., 1894...


16 Nov., 1894...


24 Nov., 1894...


29 Nov., 1894...


Cn


SCHEDULE.


Names and Surnair
of Parties.


Archibald Reiley

Louisa Valdez


Eldrick Christopher
Rog
Eleanor Cecilia Day
Francis F. Montaigr


Elizabeth Mark


Paulina L'Avocade

Evelina Edward

Philip Santiago Soy


Mary Valentine



Ousto Zacharias
Branch
Anastasia Gabriel
Alexander David a

Charlotte Louii a
Bont,
Felix Valentine Pol(

Catherine Albertha
Evw
Thomas Terrell

Eleanor Jacob


Ages. Condition.



Full Bachelor

Minor Spinster


Full Bachelor

Full Spinster
Full Bachelor


Full Spinster


Bachelor

Spinster

Bachelor


... Full Spinster



21 yrs. Bachelor
ion
.. 9 yrs. Spinster
ind Full Bachelor

our
o... Full Bachelor

Full Spinster
ins
Full Widower

... Full Widow...



j|


Calling.



Contractor ...

Seamstress ...


Blacksmith...

Sealmstress ...
Labourer ...


Labourer ...

Peasant Pro-
prietor
None

Planter ...


Seamstress ...



Labourer ...

None
Blacksmith...

Teacher

Watchmaker

Seamstress ...

Labourer ...

Spinster ...


Residence at time
of Marriage.


Louis Trace ...

Louis Trace ...


Princes Town ...

Princes Town ...
Hardbargain Rd.


Piparo Road ...

Moruga ...

Moruga ... .

L'Attawall ...


L'Attawall



Moruga

Moruga ...
Princes Town

Princes Town, St.
Croix Village
Princes Town ...

Princes Town ...

Manahambre ...

Manahambre,
Princes Town


Place of
Marriage.


Signature of
Parties.


Catholic Church, Archibald Riley ...
Princes Town
Leonice Valdez ...


R.C. Church, Princes
Town

Princes Town
R.C. Church



St. James R.C.
Church, Moruga


R.C. Church,
Princes Town






R.C. Church,
Princes Town

Holy Cross R.C.
Church


Church of the Holy
Cross

Church of the Holy
Cross, Princes
Town


Eldrick Christopher
Rogers
Eleanor David
Francis his
Montaigne x
mark
Elizabeth her
Mark x
mark
Paulina Lafoucade

Everlina Edward

Philip Santiago
Suvero

her
Mary Valentine x
mark


Ousto Zacharias
Brandon
Anastasie Gabriel
Alexander David ...

Charlotte C. Bontour

Felix Valentine Polo

Catherine Albertha
Evans
Thomas Tyrrell ...
her
Eleanor Jacob x
mark
W. Doyle, Witness


Signature of District
Registrar or Marriage
Officer and of
Witnesses.


W. Doyle, P.P.,

Ophelia Bruce her x
mark
Joseph A. Skeete,
W. Doyle, Witness.
W. Doyle, p.p., Leo D.
Fitzwilliar, Mary
Celestine.
W. Doyle, P.P.; T. B. V.
Mafana,
Bernardin her
Sylvest x
mark

W. Doyle, P.P.; Gus D.
Nelson,
Paulina Layette.

W. Doyle, p.P.;
his
Estute Dilion x
mark
her
Anastasia x
Fiero mark
Witness to mark,
W. Doyle, p.p.
W. Doyle, p.P.;
Antoine R. Granger,
Augustina Granger.
W. Doyle, p.p., Horace
Boaddry. Elvina
Thompson.

William Doyle, P.p.,
Edgar Carton,
Elizabeth David.

William Doyle, P.P.;

his
Paul Fabem x
mark
Witness: W. Doyle.
her
Mary Edward x
mark
W. Doyle, Witness.








SCHEDULE-continued.


When Married. Names and Surnames i Ages. Condition. Calling. Residence at time
of Parties. of Marriage.



13 Dec., 1894... James Alphonsus Full Bachelor Tailor ... Moruga ... .
Gould
Emelda Elizabeth Full Spinster Seamstress ... NMoruga ... .
Lvatte
5 Jan., 1895... Felix Gaston de Gannes i Full Bachelor Clerk ... Princes Town ...
Mary Clementina Gould Full Spinster None ... Princes Town ...


James Ado.phus Jon

Virginia Alexander .
Robert F. Nathaniel.

Lerline Beddoe

Louis Anthony
Gelline

Evylyn Bernard

Migucl Conrado
Gonzal

Celestine Assim Acco

Austin Bramble

Regatha Andrew


Full

20 vrs.
25

20

30 yrs.

31 yrs.

24

25

30


.. 21


Bahelor Carpenter ... Princes Town ...

Spinster I Seamstress ... Princes Town ...
Bachelor Clerk ... 96, Quarry Street

Spinster None ... 12, Cipriani
Boulevard
Bachelor Mason ... Boissiere Village,
Diego Martin
Ward
Spinster N:1 ... ... Boissiere Village,
Diego Martin
Ward
Bachelor Planter ... 42, Frederick St.,
Port-of-Spain

Spinster Seam-tress ... 73, George Street,
Port-of-Spain
Bachelor Baker ... 88, Picton Street,
Port-of-Spain

Spinster Domestic Ser- 9, Gatacre Street,
vant Port-of-Spain


Signature of District
Place of Signature of Registrar or Marriage
Marriage. Parties. Officer and of
Witnesses.

The Church of the J. A. Gould ... William Doyle, P.P.,
Holy Cross, J. E. Hutchings,
Princes Town Imelda E. Layette Alphonsine Layette.

Church of the Holy F. G. de Gannes ... W. Doyle, P.P., L. H. de
Cross, Princes Mary Clementina Gannes, J. H.
Town Gould Maillard.

The Church of the James Adolphus William Doyle, P.P.
Holy Cross, Jones J. A. Vidal, Eugenia
Princes Town Virginia Alexander Donoghue.
St. Patrick's Church, Robert F. Nathaniel T. D. Muckian, Jas. C
New Town Beddoe.


St. Patrick's Church,
New Town



St.Patrick's Church,
New Town, Port-
of-Spain

St. Patrick's Church,
New Town


Lurline Beddoe ...

Louis Anthony his
Gillineau x
mark
Eveliyn Bernard

Miguel C. Gonzales

Celestine Assim Acco

Austin Bramble ...

Regatha Andrew
1


Iris Nathaniel

J. A. Dowling, o.p.,
Joseph Dickson, Jane
Gellineau.


Chas. Newallo Josephin
Albert.
S. Bryan, c.s.s.P.

S. Brayn, c.s.s.P., Alfred
Andrew Emily Ethel
Holder.


17 Jan., 1.95...

3 June, 1919...


23 Aug., 1919...




12 Aug., 1920...



12 Aug., 1920...


Passed in Council this tenth day of December in the year of Our Lord one thousand

nine hundred and twenty-six.


...







Indian Marriages Validation. [No. 4 of 1928. 67


Indian Marriages Validation.
AN ORDINANCE TO VALIDATE CERTAIN ENTRIES OF
MARRIAGES IN THE REGISTERS KEPT BY THE
PROTECTOR OF IMMIGRANTS.

[26th March, 1928.] Commence-
ment.
BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Indian Marriages Short title.
Validation Ordinance, 1928.
2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained Validation of
in the Immigration Ordinance (Cap. 245) or in any of the marriage
Ordinances mentioned in the Schedule hereto, an entry registers.
of marriage made in the Register of Indian Immigrants'
Marriages kept by the Protector of Immigrants shall be
deemed to be and to have been at all times valid and
conclusive evidence of the marriage of the parties to whom
the entry relates, if a date of marriage shall be specified in
the Register and at such date the man shall have been at
least sixteen years of age and the woman at least twelve
years of age, as from such date, and in all other cases
as from the date of registration.

SCHEDULE.
The Immigrants' Marriage and Divorce Ordinance, 1881.
The Immigrants' Marriage and Divorce Ordinance, 1891.
The Immigration Ordinance, 1896 (No. 12 of 1897).
The Immigration (Amendment) Ordinance, 1897.
The Immigration Ordinance, 1899.
The Immigration Ordinance (No. 161 of the 1905 Revised Edition of
Ordinances).
The Immigration Ordinance, 1916.
Passed in Council this sixteenth day of March, in
the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
twenty-eight.
5 (2)







58 No. 7 of 1930.] Registration of certain marriages.


Registration of certain marriages.

AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE REGISTRAR-GENERAL
TO REGISTER CERTAIN MARRIAGES.

Commence- [1st April, 1930.]
ment.

BE IT ENACTED by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof as follows:-
Short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Registration of
certain marriages Ordinance, 1930.

Registrar to 2. It shall be lawful for the Registrar-General as
duplicate Registrar of Marriages to file and preserve in his office
statements, duplicate statements of the marriages the particulars
whereof are set forth in the Schedule hereto, notwithstand-
ing that such duplicate statements were not prepared in
accordance with and transmitted at the time prescribed by
section 33 of the Marriage Ordinance, and such duplicate
statements shall be deemed and taken to be good and valid
to all intents and purposes as if they had been prepared in
manner and form and transmitted to the Registrar of
Marriages at the time prescribed by the said section.








SCHEDULE.


Signature of District
5 When Married. Names and Surnames Ages. Condition. Calling. Residence at time Place of Signature of Registrar or Marriage
of Parties. of Marriage. Marriage. Parties. Officer and of
Witnesses.

26 Aug., 1899 Geo. Augustus Overall Full Bachelor Jeweller ... Hermitage Lands, St. Francis Church, George A. Soverall F. B. Mason, Caroline A.
Ernestine Masson Spinster Belmont Belmont Ernestine Masson Hazell,
G. V. Sutherland, o.P.






22 29 Feb., 1908 Charles H. Joseph ... ... ... St. Francis, Belmont C.H. Joseph ... J. D. Muckian, o.P.,
Nora Longchallon ... ... ... Nora Longchallon ... E. Bernard Acham,
C. F. Agostini.





13 22 Dec., 1909 Joseph Felix Robert... Full Bachelor Carpenter ... 6, Belle Eau Rd., Church of St. Fran- Joseph Robert C. F. Dempsey, o.P.,
A.D. Belmont, Port- cis ,Belmont Thomas Holder,
of-Spain Alberth Holder.
Mary Frances O'Garro Full Spinster Laundress ... 8, Chinette Alley, Mary Frances
East Dry River, O'Garro
Port-of-Spain





Passed in Council this twenty-first day of March, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine

hundred and thirty.








70 No. 31 of 1930.1 Marriages (Validation).


Marriages (Validation).

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO CERTAIN MARRIAGES.

Commence- [20th December, 1930.]
ment.
WHEREAS the marriages hereinafter referred to were
solemnized by a minister who was not at the time a marriage
officer under the Marriage Ordinance, Cap. 177;
AND WHEREAS doubts have arisen as to the validity of
marriages so solemnized;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient to settle such doubts;
BE it enacted by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-
Short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriages
(Validation) Ordinance, 1930.
Marriages 2. The marriages, the particulars whereof are set out in
Schedule not the Schedule hereto, shall not be deemed to be invalid by
to be deemed reason only of the fact that they were solemnized by a
invalid on
certain minister who was not at the time of such solemnization a
grounds marriage officer under the Marriage Ordinance, Cap. 177.


Marriages (Validation).


70 No. 31 of 1930.]










Marriages (Validation). [No. 31 of 1930.


SCHEDULE.


When
Married.


April 19,
1930






April 19,
1930






April 26,
1930






June 7,
1930



June 8,
1930



June 24,
1930






June 29,
1930





June 29,
1930


Ages.


Names and
Surnames
of Parties.

William
Patrick



Agnes Richards


Charles
Whittakcr



Josephine
Clark

Lionel Pinheiro




Enist Hinds


Samuel Andrew


Anestatia
Lewis
Samuel Inniss


Madaline
Pageias
Abraham
Weston



Etheline
Albertha
Holder
Andrew
Whitehall



Hettie Johnson

Edwin John
Leach



Gertrude
Jupiter


Condition.


Bachelor




Spinster


Bachelor




Spinster


Bachelor




Spinster


Bachelor


Widow

Widower


Spinster

Bachelor




Spinster


Bachelor




Spinster

Bachelor




Spinster


Calling.


34


30




31


21




20


30


35

71


40

29




32


21




18

27




28


Residence at Place of
time Marriage.
of Marriage.


Mason




Laundress


Joiner




Seamstress


Painter




Seamstress


Sailor


Domestic

Shoemaker




Tailor




Seamstress


Mechanic






Operator




Seamstress


El Socorro Road,
San Juan, Ward
of St. Ann's


El Socorro Road,
San Juan, Ward
of St. Ann's
No. 6, McShine
Lane, Belmont,
Port-of-Spain


No. 6, McShine
Lane, Belmont,
Port-of-Spain
No. 6, Roberts St.,
Port-of-Spain



No. 20, Wrightson
Road, Port-of-
Spain
68, Duke Street,
Port-of-Spain

68. Duke Street,
Port-of-Spain
68, Richmond St.,
Port-of-Spain

10, Rigault Street,
Port-of-Spain
5, Brathwaite St.,
Belmont, Port-
of-Spain


5, Brathwaite St.,
Belmont, Port-
of-Spain
124, Laventille
Rd., Port-of-
Spain


9, Carr Place,
Port-of-Spain
9, St. Thomas St.,
Port-of-Spain



57, Quarry Street,
Port-of-Spain


Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church


Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church


Belmont
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain


Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain


~_










No. 31 of 1930.] Marriages (Validation).


SCHEDULE-continued.


Names and
Surnames
of Parties.


July 17,
1930






July 26,
1930






Aug. 31,
1930






Oct. 4,
1930






Oct. 5,
1930







Oct. 11,
1930


Ages.


Condition.


Calling.


Residence at
time
of Marriage.


- -I -j


Isaac Christian
Martin



Frances Arthur


Joseph Bonnet




Naomi Scott


Robert Gosein




Elestina
Ragoonath

Edwin George
Wilson



Edith Gertrude
Harrison

Alder Nicholas




Zena Cyrus



Carlos Augusto
Vasquez





Blanche Ann
Gordon


Caretaker







Carpenter




Domestic


Labourer




Domestic


Mechanic




Seamstress


Shoemaker


Widower




Widow


Bachelor




Spinster


Bachelor




Spinster


Bachelor




Spinster


Bachelor




Spinster



Bachelor






Spinster


2A, South Quay,
Port-of-Spain



2A, South Quay,
Port-of-Spain

Chaguanas




Quarry Street,
Port-of-Spain

Brunton Street,
St. James


Lucknow Street,
St. James

136, Roberts St.,
Port-of-Spain



136, Roberts St.,
Port-of-Spain

5, St. James Main
Road, Ward of
Diego Martin


Kandahar Street,
St. James, Ward
of Diego Martin

10, Abercromby
St., Port-of-
Spain




10, Abercromby
St., Port-of-
Spain


When
Married.


Seamstress



Spanish
Interpreter


Place of
Marriage.


Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Hanover
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain



Tranquillity
Wesleyan
Church,
Port-of-
Spain




Wesleyan
Mission
House,
3, Victoria
Avenue,
Port-of-
Spain


the year


Passed in Council this twelfth day of December, in
of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thirty.


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Marriage (Validation). [No. 2 of 1947. 73






Marriage (Validation).

AN ORDINANCE TO VALIDATE CERTAIN LICENCES ISSUED BY
THE COLONIAL SECRETARY FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE
SOLEMNIZATION OR CONTRACTION OF MARRIAGES, AND
CERTAIN MARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED OR CONTRACTED
IN RELIANCE UPON, AND UNDER THE COLOURABLE
AUTHORITY OF, THE SAID LICENCES.

[18th January, 1947.] Comence-

WHEREAS the Governor in purported exercise of his powers Preamble.
under section 18 of the Interpretation Ordinance, 1933
(now section 18 of the Interpretation Ordinance, Ch. 1.
No. 2), and of all other powers thereunto him enabling,
delegated to the Colonial Secretary authority to grant and
sign on his behalf licences inter alia under sections 6 and 19
of the Marriage Ordinance, Cap. 177 of the 1925 Revised
Edition of the Laws of the Colony (now sections 6 and 19)
of the Marriage Ordinance, Ch. 29. No. 2:
AND WHEREAS certain licences were issued by the
Colonial Secretary in pursuance of the said delegated
authority:
AND WHEREAS doubt has arisen as to the validity of
the said licences and of-marriages solemnized or contracted
in reliance thereupon and under colour of the authority
thereof:
ENACTED by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago Enactment.
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Marriage Short title.
(Validation) Ordinance, 1947.

2. Every licence signed and issued by the Colonial validation of
Secretary before the commencement of this Ordinance licences.







74 No. 2 of 1947.1


under section 6 or section 19 of the Marriage Ordinance,
Cap. 177 of the 1925 Revised Edition of the Laws of the
Colony, or under section 6 or section 19 of the Marriage
Ordinance, Ch. 29. No. 2, in purported exercise of authority
derived from the Governor which would have been lawfully
granted or issued if it had been signified by writing under
the hand of the Governor shall be deemed to be and always
to have been valid in law.
Validation of 3. No marriage solemnized or contracted before the
marriages, commencement of this Ordinance under the Marriage
Ordinance, Cap. 177 of the 1925 Revised Edition of the
Laws of the Colony, or under the Marriage Ordinance,
Ch. 29. No. 2, other than a marriage heretofore adjudged to
be void by a court of competent jurisdiction, shall be or be
deemed to have been invalid by reason only that a licence
was issued under section 6 or section 19 of either of the
aforesaid Ordinances under the hand of the Colonial
Secretary instead of having been signified by writing under
the hand of the Governor.
Passed in Council this third day of January, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-
seven.


May-yriage (Va/lidationt).







Public Works Loan. [Cap. 219 of 1925. 75





CAP. 219.-1925 REVISED EDITION.

Public Works Loan, 1912.

AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE PROVISION FOR RAISING A LOAN Ordiannce
FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF CERTAIN PUBLIC WORKS. No. 20 -lO2.

[23rd May, 1912.] (omnncJ.-
t JInent.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Public Works shiori title.
Loan Ordinance, 1912.

2. (1) The Governor is hereby authorised to issue stock Loan of
or debentures or both under the provisions of the General f;,n'y ,
Loan and Inscribed Stock Ordinance, 1912, to an amount raisd.
sufficient to produce, as nearly as may be, the sum of
551,042, to be appropriated and applied to the purposes
specified in the Schedule hereto, and such further sum as
may be necessary to defray the expenses of issue.
(2) It shall be lawful for the Governor, with the
previous approval of the Secretary of State, to direct that
any sums which may not be required for a purpose specified
in such Schedule may be appropriated and applied to any
other purpose therein specified.

3. The contribution to the sinking fund as contemplated Sinking fund.
by the provisions of sections 13 and 27 of the General Loan
and Inscribed Stock Ordinance, 1912, shall commence from
the date of the first issue respectively of debentures or stock
under this Ordinance.

4. The Port-of-Spain City Council shall, on such dates Payments by
as may be fixed by the Governor, from the water rates City Council
on account
collected under the authority of the Port-of-Spain Corpora- of interest
tion Ordinance, pay annually to the Treasurer, to be carried and sinking
to the credit of the general revenue of the Colony, such fund.
amounts as may be fixed by the Governor to meet the







76 Cap. 219 of 1925.] Public Works Loan.

charges for interest and sinking fund in respect of items
Nos. 2 (a), 2 (b) and 2 (c) in the Schedule hereto.
Payments by 5. The Port-of-Spain City Council shall, on such dates
City Council
on account as may be fixed by the Governor, from the sewerage
,f interest rates collected under the authority of the Port-of-Spain
fund. Corporation Ordinance, pay annually to the Treasurer, to be
carried to the credit of the general revenue of the Colony,
such amounts as may be fixed by the Governor to meet
the charges for interest and sinking fund in respect of
item No. 3 in the Schedule hereto.

Idem. 6. The Port-of-Spain City Council shall, on such dates
as may be fixed by the Governor, from the general revenue
of the City, pay annually to the Treasurer, to be carried to
the credit of the general revenue of the Colony, such
amounts as may be fixed by the Governor to meet the
charges for interest and sinking fund in respect of items
Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 12, and in respect of one quarter of each of
the items Nos. 9 and 10 in the Schedule hereto.

Idem. 7. The Port-of-Spain City Council shall, on such dates
as may be fixed by the Governor, from rates to be collected
under the Belmont Improvement Rate Ordinance, pay
annually to the Treasurer, to be carried to the credit of the
general revenue of the Colony, such amounts as may be
fixed by the Governor to meet the charges for interest and
sinking fund in respect of the sum of 7,575, being one
quarter of item No. 9 in the Schedule hereto.
/an. 8. The Port-of-Spain City Council shall, on such dates
as may be fixed by the Governor, from the rates which may
be hereafter collected in respect of improvement works
relating to the Dry River and to that part of the City of
Port-of-Spain lying to the East of the Dry River, pay
annually to the Treasurer, to be carried to the credit of the
general revenue of the Colony, such amounts as may be
fixed by the Governor to meet the charges for interest
and sinking fund in respect of the sum of 5,000, being one
quarter of item No. 10 in the Schedule hereto.
Charge on 9. (1) The lands and hereditaments known as Wood-
Woodbrook
Estate. brook situate partly in the City of Port-of-Spain and







Public Works Loan. [Cap. 219 of 1925. 7

partly in the Ward of Mucurapo in the Island of Trinidad,
comprising 348 acres more or less, and abutting on the
north upon Tragarete Road, on lands of the Corporation,
on the Maraval River, and on lands of Henderson and
Home, on the south upon Wrightson Road, on land
acquired by the Government for the main sewer and
pumping station and on the sea, on the east partly upon the
Public Cemetery and partly upon land of the Trinidad
Electric Company, Limited, and on the west upon lands of
Horne and on the sea (which said lands are delineated in the
plan marked B annexed to the Deed dated the first day
of November, 1911, and registered as Number 3254 of the
protocol of deeds for the year 1911) shall stand charged with
the repayment to the Colonial Government of the sum of
95,000 mentioned in item No. 12 of the Schedule hereto;
and, until the repayment of the said sum, no portion of the
said lands and hereditaments shall be disposed of by the
City Council for an estate of freehold or for any lease for a
period exceeding three years without the consent in writing
of the Governor first had and obtained.
(2) It shall be a condition of any such consent that
any sum received by the City Council by way of purchase
money, premium, or fine shall forthwith be paid over by
the Council to the Governor for the purpose of increasing
the sinking fund in respect of item No. 12 in the Schedule
hereto.


[SCHEDULE.








78 Cap. 219 of 1925.] Public Works Loan.


SCHEDULE.
1. Harbour Improvements:
(a) Reclamation of the Harbour within a line
drawn from the root of the St. Vincent Jetty to
the Stores of the Trinidad Shipping and Trading
Company ... ... ... ... ... ... 26,000
(b) Dredging ... ... ... ... ... 37,560
(c) Inspection and survey of Harbour... ... 3,440
67,000
2. Waterworks Port-of-Spain:
(a) Diego Martin and St. Clair Works, etc. ... 42,000'
(b) Additional supply from Cascade Valley ... 2,500
(c) Improvement of Maraval Waterworks ... 20,000
64,500.
3. Port-of-Spain Sewerage Works ... ... ... 3,000
4. Port-of-Spain Abattoir ... ... ... ... 12,000
5. Western Cemetery for Port-of-Spain ... ... 8,000
6. Port-of-Spain storm water drains:
(a) Duke Street ... ... ... ... ... 2,579
(b) Additional ... ... ... ... ... 3,421
6,000
7. Main Road Scheme ... .. ... ... ... ... 100,000
8. Cost of re-building the Red House ... ... 37,000
9. Belmont Improvement Scheme ... ... ... 30,300
10. Dry River Improvement Scheme and improvement
of drainage system of the district to the East
of the Dry River ... .. ... ... 20,000
11. Purchase, etc., of Floating Dock ... ... ... 80,000
12. Purchase and Improvement of the Woodbrook
Estate ... ... .. ... ... ... 95,000
13. Cost of raising the previous loans amounting to
600,000 ... ... ... ... ... ... 28,242

f551,042







Local Loan. [Cap. 220 of 1925. 79






CAP. 220.-1925 REVISED EDITION.

Local Loan, 1915.

AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORISE THE RAISING OF MONEY FOR Ordinance
RAILWAYS, ROADS, AND OTHER PUBLIC SERVICES BY No. 2-1915.
THE ISSUE OF GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES.

[27th February, 1915.] Commence-
ment.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Local Loan Short title.
Ordinance, 1915.

2. In this Ordinance, the term Government means Interpreta-
His Majesty's Government for the time being in the Colony.on.

3. It shall be lawful for the Government, from time to 1oo,ooo
time, to take up by way of loan on debentures such sums sed by
of money as they may require, not exceeding in the whole debentures.
one hundred thousand pounds sterling, to be expended on
railways, roads, and other public services.

4. All moneys which may be so taken up on loan, with Money so
interest on the same at such rate as may be fixed by the nred be
Governor in Executive Council, shall be a charge on the a charge on
general revenues and assets of the Government. genee.

5. Every debenture issued under the provisions of this Amount of
Ordinance shall be for a sum either of twenty pounds or tureh dan-
of one hundred pounds, and shall bear interest from the interest
day on which the same shall be dated to the day on which thereon.
the same shall be redeemable.

6. There shall be attached to every debenture coupons Interest
for the payment of the interest to become due in each half coupons.
year upon the principal represented by the debenture. The
coupons shall be sufficient in number to provide for the







80 Cap. 220 of 1925.] Local Loan.

payment of the interest during the whole period for which
the debenture has to run.

Form of 7. The debentures and the coupons thereto shall be in
debentures j .
and coupes. such form as the Governor may direct.
Debentures 8. Every debenture and coupon, and the right to receive
transferab the principal and interest represented thereby, shall be
by delivery. transferable by delivery.

Register of 9. Every debenture shall, before being issued, be registered
debenture. in a register book to be kept for that purpose at the office
of the Treasurer.

Payment of 10. The interest upon the principal represented by each
interest, debenture shall run from the day named in that behalf in
the debenture, and shall be paid half-yearly, on the
fifteenth day of June and the fifteenth day of December, at
the office of the Treasurer.
Redemption 11. (1) Of the debentures that may be issued under the
of debiin-
tures. authority of this Ordinance at any time, one-twentieth part
thereof shall be redeemable by annual drawings as herein-
after provided on the fifteenth day of June of the tenth year
following that in which the debentures are issued, and a
further twentieth part thereof on the fifteenth day of June
in each succeeding year until the debentures have been
fully redeemed.
(2) The numbers of the debentures to be redeemed
from year to year shall be ascertained by annual drawings
commencing in the year 1925 to be held by the Treasurer
at his office not later than the first day of May in each year,
in the presence of a Notary Public to be appointed by the
Governor each year for the purpose; and the numbers of
the debentures to be so redeemed shall be advertised in the
Royal Gazette and one of the local newspapers circulating in
the Colony.







Local Loan. [Cap. 221 of 1925. 81






CAP. 221.-1925 REVISED EDITION.

Local Loan, 1918.

AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORISE THE RAISING OF MONEY AS A Ordinances
CONTRIBUTION TO HIS MAJESTY TOWARDS THE EXPENSES No. -191.
OF THE WAR.
[9th fJuy, 1918.] Commence-
ment.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Local Loan Short title.
Ordinance, 1918.

2. In this Ordinance, the term Government means Interpreta-
His Majesty's Government for the time being in the Colony. tion.

3. It shall be lawful for the Government to take up by 100,000
way of loan on debentures or scrip certificates sums of maybe
raised by
money not exceeding in the whole one hundred thousand debentures
pounds sterling, to be presented to His Majesty as a and scrip
contribution towards the expenses of the war.

4. All moneys which may be so taken up on loan, with Money so
raised and
interest on the same at the rate of six per centum per annum interest to be
or such other rate as may be hereinafter provided, shall be a charge on
a charge on the general revenues and assets of the genae.
Government.

5. Every debenture issued under the provisions of this Amount of
Ordinance shall be for a sum either of twenty pounds or of ach deben-
one hundred pounds, and shall bear interest from the day interest
on which the same shall be dated to the day on which the thereon.
same shall be redeemable.

6. There shall be attached to every debenture coupons Interest
for the payment of the interest to become due in each half- c-oupons.
year upon the principal represented by the debenture. The
coupons shall be sufficient in number to provide for the
T.-x. 6







82 Cap. 221 of 1925.] Local Loan.

payment of the interest during the whole period for which
the debenture has to run.
Form of 7. The debentures and the coupons attached thereto shall
debentures
and coupons. be in such form as the Governor may direct.

Debentures 8. Every debenture and coupon, and the right to receive
and couponsll
tran osferab the principal and interest represented thereby, shall be
by delivery. transferable by delivery.

Register of 9. Even debenture shall, before being issued, be registered
debentures.
in a register book to be kept for that purpose at the office
of the Treasurer.

Payment ol 10. The interest upon the principal represented by each
interest. debenture shall run from the day named in that behalf in
the debenture, and shall be paid half-yearly, on the
lifteenth day of March and the fifteenth day of September,
at the office of the Treasurer.

Re demtin 11. (1) Of the debentures that may be issued under the
tures.1 authority of this Ordinance at any time, one-twentieth part
thereof shall be redeemable by annual drawings as herein-
after provided on the fifteenth day of September of the
tenth year following that in which the debentures are issued,
and a further twentieth part thereof on the fifteenth day of
September in each succeeding year until the debentures
have been fully redeemed.
(2) The numbers of the debentures to be redeemed
from year to year shall be ascertained by annual drawings
commencing in the year 1928 to be held by the Treasurer
at his office not later than the first day of August in each
year, in the presence of a Notary Public to be appointed by
the Governor each year for the purpose; and the numbers
of the debentures to be so redeemed shall be advertised
in the Royal Gazette and one of the local newspapers
circulating in the Colony.

Amount of 12. Every scrip certificate issued under the provisions of
certate. this Ordinance shall be for the sum of fifteen shillings or
some multiple of fifteen shillings not exceeding fifteen
pounds, and shall bear the name of the person to whom it







Local Loan. [Cap. 221 of 1925. 83

is issued, and shall, before being issued, be registered in a
Register Book to be kept for that purpose at the office of
the Treasurer. No more than one certificate shall be issued
to any one applicant.

13. Subject as hereinafter provided, there shall be paid Redemption
on the fifteenth day of September, 1923. by the Treasurer certifiates.
to the registered holder of every scrip certificate, or, if he
be an infant, to his parent or guardian, the sum of one
pound sterling for each fifteen shillings contained in the
value of the scrip certificate. (As amended by 7 of 1919.)

14. Any registered holder of a scrip certificate may Redemption
obtain payment from the Treasurer, on surrender of the certificates.
certificate, of the following sums and no others, viz.:--
On or after the 15th September, 1919, the sum of
15/0 for each fifteen shillings of value;
On or after the 15th September, 1920, the sum of
16/6 for each fifteen shillings of value;
On or after the 15th September, 1921, the sum of
17/6 for each fifteen shillings of value;
On or after the 15th September, 1922, the sum of
18/6 for each fifteen shillings of value.

15. The scrip certificates shall be in such form as the Form of scrip
Governor may direct. certificates.

16. It shall be lawful for the Administrator-General, in Investment
any cases in which moneys have been deposited by him in ttor-minis
the Post Office Savings Bank under the provisions of the General.
Estate Duty Ordinance, to apply such moneys to the
purchase of debentures or scrip certificates as the Governor
in Executive Council may direct.

17. All securities issued or transferred, or other instru- Exemption
ments made, under this Ordinance shall be exempt from dumstamp
stamp duty.


6 (2)








84 Cap. 222 of 1925.] Local Loan.






CAP. 222.-1925 REVISED EDITION.

Local Loan, 1920.

Ordinance AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORISE THE RAISING OF MONEY FOR
No.15- '190. RAILWAYS AND OTHER PUBLIC WORKS BY THE ISSUE
OF GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES.

Commence- [20th May, 1920.]
ment.

Short title. 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Local Loan
Ordinance, 1920.

Interpreta- 2. In this Ordinance, the term Government means
tion. His Majesty's Government for the time being in the Colony.

l1,000,000 3. It shall be lawful for the Government from time to
Iiav be rai 'i .1
byv eben- time to take up by way of loan on debentures such sums
tures. of money as they may require, not exceeding in the whole
one million pounds sterling, to be appropriated and applied
to the construction of railways and to such other public
works as the Legislative Council may from time to time by
resolution decide.

Mlone so 4. All moneys which may be so taken up on loan, with
interest t, be interest on the same at the rate of six per centum per
a charge o annum, shall be a charge on the general revenues and assets
renerl. of the Government.
revenue.

Amount of 5. Every debenture issued under the provisions of this
each aiend- Ordinance shall be for a sum either of ten pounds, twenty
interest pounds, fifty pounds, one hundred pounds, or five hundred
thereon. pounds, and shall bear interest from the day on which the
same shall be dated to the day on which the same shall be
redeemable.







Local Loan. [Cap. 222 of 1925. 85

6. There shall be attached to every debenture coupons Interest
for the payment of the interest to become due in each half cop
year upon the principal represented by the debenture. The
coupons shall be sufficient in number to provide for the
payment of the interest during the whole period for which
the debenture has to run.

7. The debentures and the coupons attached thereto shall "orm of
l)e in such form as the Governor may direct. and coupons.

8. Every debenture and coupon, and the right to receive Debentures
the principal and interest represented thereby, shall be tansebl
transferable by delivery: by delivery
or holder
Provided that the holder for the time being of any may be
inscribed as
debenture may, if he thinks fit, require his debenture to be owner.
inscribed, and in that case the Treasurer shall, on surrender
to him of the debenture and the unpaid interest coupons,
inscribe the holder as the owner of the debenture in a book
to be provided for the purpose, and thereafter that
debenture shall be transferable only in such manner as the
Governor may from time to time, by order published in the
Royal Gazette, direct, and the principal and interest secured
by such debenture as each accrues due shall be payable to
the inscribed holder for the time being of the debenture:
Provided also, that a debenture inscribed under the
provisions of this section may, on such formalities being
complied with as the Governor may from time to time, by
order published in the Royal Gazette, direct, be again
converted into a debenture transferable by delivery, and
thereupon the original debenture with the coupons for the
unpaid interest shall be delivered to the inscribed holder
thereof.

9. Every debenture shall, before being issued, be registered Register of
in a register book to be kept for that purpose at the office debentures.
of the Treasurer.

10. The interest upon the principal represented by each Payment of
debenture shall run from the day named in that behalf in interest.
the debenture, and shall be paid half-yearly, on the fifteenth
day of February and the fifteenth day of August, at the
office of the Treasurer.







86 Cap. 222 of 1925.] Local Loan.

Redemption 11 (1) Of the debentures that may be issued under the
of deben-
tures. authority of this Ordinance at any time, one twentieth part
thereof shall Ie redeemable by annual drawings as herein-
after provided on the fifteenth day of August of the tenth
vear following that in which the debentures are issued, and
a further twentieth part thereof on the fifteenth day of
August in each succeeding year until the debentures have
been fully redeemed.
(2) The numbers of the debentures to I e redeeiled
from \yar to vear shall be ascertained bv annual drawings
collmencing in the year 1930 to be held by the Treasurer
at his office not later than the first day of J uly in ach year,
in the presence of a Notary Public to be appointed by the
(;Govertor each year for the purpose; and the numbers of
the ldbetnltures to be so redeemed shall be advertised in
the Ro\'al (;GazUtt' and one of thle local newspapers circulating
in the Colony.

Exemtption 12. All securities issued or transferred, or other
from stamip
o ty1'""1 instruments made, under -this Ordinance shall be exempt
from stamp duty.







San Fernando Improvement Loan. [Cap. 234 of 1925. 87






CAP. 234.-1925 REVISED EI)iTION.

San Fernando Improvement Loan, 1921.

AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORISE THE MAYOR AND I)BURGESSES Ordinances
OF SAN FERNANDO TO RAISE CERTAIN MONEYS TO BE No. 29-921.
,, 70-1921.
EXPIEN)ED IN TIHE IMPROVEMENT OF THE SAN 1ERNANDO ," 5-1922.
WATERWORKS AND THE BOROiUGH1 OF SAN 'ERNANDO. 10-1922.

S1 9th May, 1921. I Commence-
moent.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the San Flernando Short title.
Improvement Loan Ordinance, 1921.

2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor and Burgesses of Power to
San Lernando from time to time to take up by way of loan I,~, 1oa1 of
on debentures such sums of money as they may require,
not exceeding in the whole fifty thousand pounds, to be
applied in defraying the expenses of establishing a system
of electric lighting, of rebuilding the Town Hall, of paving,
repaving, and repairing drains, watercourses, streets, and
open spaces in the Borough of San Fernando, of increasing
the water storage at San Fernando and Plaisance, in the
purchase and erection of machinery, in the extension of
the mains, in obtaining additional supplies of water, and
generally in making improvements in the said Borough,
and the water supply thereof.

3. All moneys which may be so taken up on loan, with Moneys so
interest on the same at a rate not exceeding six pounds for rased adbe
every one hundred pounds by the year, shall be a charge a charge on
on the assets and the general revenues of the said Borough, soroegh
subject to the payment of any moneys due to the Govern- revenues.
ment under the San Fernando Market Loan Ordinance,
1912, and the Provisional Order of the twenty-first day of
February, 1919, made under the District Waterworks
Ordinance.







88 Cap. 234 of 1925.1 San Fernando Improvement Loan.

Amount o0 4. Every debenture issued under the provisions of this
debentures
and interest Ordinance shall be for any sum not less than twenty pounds,
thereon, and not exceeding one hundred pounds, and shall bear
interest from the day on which the same shall be dated to
the day on which the same shall be redeemable.

Coupons 5. There shall be attached to every debenture coupons
attached to for the payment of interest to become due in each half year
debentures. upon the principal represented by the debenture. The
coupons shall be sufficient in number to provide for the
payment of interest during the whole period for which the
debenture has to run. (Added by 70 of 1021, s. 2.)

",or,, o 6. The debentures and the coupons attached thereto shall
and cuplons be in tll( Form given in tlhe Schedule to this Ordinance, and
shall be under the seal of the Mayor and B1urgesses of San
Fernando, and shall be signed by the Mayor and counter-
signed by the Town Clerk and Treasurer of the said
Borough. (Substiltted by No. 70 of 1021, s. 3.)

i"Lse O 7. All such debentures shall be offered to the public for
deentr. public tender and shall be issued on the resolution of the
Council of the said Borough on payment to the Town Clerk
and Treasurer for the use of the Mayor and Burgesses of
San Fernando of the sum of money specified therein, to the
persons who shall have tendered and become the purchasers
of the same; and the numbers of the debentures to be
redeemed from year to year shall be ascertained by annual
drawings commencing in March of the tenth year (not
including the year of issue) after the year in which such
debenture shall have been issued, to be held by the Town
Clerk at the Town Hall in San Fernando not later than
the fifteenth day of March in each year, in the presence of
the Mayor and two Councillors to be appointed by the
Borough Council each year for the purpose; and the
numbers of the debentures to be so redeemed shall be
advertised in the Royal Gazette and one of the public
newspapers.

tnrsfer of 8. Every debenture and coupon, and the right to receive
debentures
ani coupons, the principal and interest represented thereby, shall be
transferable by delivery. (Substituted by 70 of 1921, s. 4.)







San Fernando Improvement Loan. [Cap. 234 of 1925.


9. The interest on each debenture shall be payable by a.ymenft of
the Mayor and Burgesses of San Fernando at the office of
the Town Clerk and Treasurer of the said Borough half-
yearly, on the thirtieth day of June and the thirty-first day
of December in each year.

10. Of the debentures that may be issued on or before the HRtemption
thirtieth day of June in any year, debentures of the value ,tres.
of one-thirtieth part of the total amount issued shall be
redeemablle by drawings as aforesaid on the thirtieth day
of June in the tenth year (not including the year of issue)
after the same shall have been issued, and a further one-
thirtieth part on the thirtieth day of June in each succeeding
year, until the whole of such debentures shall have been
redeemed. (Subs/iliu'd by 5 of 1922, s. 2.)

11. All debentures issued or transferred, or other instru- Ex,.mption
ments made, under this Ordinance shall be exempt from duty. s
stamp duty. (Added byv 1 of 1)22, s. 2.)


iSCHE ULI .








90 Cap. 234 of 1925.1 San Fernando Improvement Loan.

SCHEDULE (a).

San Fernando Improvement Debenture.
No.
This debenture issued this day of in tile year of
Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and under the authority
of the Ordinance intituled The San Fernando Improvement Loan
Ordinance, 1021," entitles the holder to be paid by the Mayor and
lurgesses of San Fernando at the office in San Fernando of the Town
Clerk and Treasurer of the said Borough, tlie principal sum of
oni tle thirtieth day of Ju1ne, in tlie year in which it may be redeemed in
(the manner provided by tlie said Ordinance and interest for the same at
the rate of pounds per centum per anntun from tlie date hereof
half-vearly on the thirtieth day of June 1and tlie thirty-first day of
I cem ber in each year. In payment of the said principal and interest
the assets and general Ievenues of the Borough of San Ferniando stand
charged by, the said Ordlinl;ince.
(l-.S.)
Witness my hand
A. 1. Mlavor.
C. I). T'o0w CIlrk anid 'YTrasur,'r.
,ia- Tlie niioniiial value of all coupons for undue interest not delivered up
with t li Bonds will be deducted from the namiount of the principal at the
time of payment.
( SAN l'ERNAN1DO
SIM lPROVEM EN'T I
N,. LOAN
(Ord. 20 of 1021.) J
Six months' interest on Deben-
ture for I
payable at the Town l all in
San Fei;ando ll
(a) Substituted by 70 of 1921, s. 5.







Port-of-Spain Improvement Loan. [No. 16 of 1930. 91






Port-of-Spain Imiprovemcent (Eiastcrn .tiark/'t) Loa n.

AN ORDINANCE TO) Al' HIORISE TFIE MAV)R, ALD.ERMEN, AND
CITIZENS OF i IE I CITY OF PORT-OF)-SPAIN ITO RAISE
CERTAIN MONEYS TO BE EXPENDEI) IN Hile IMPRIOVE-
MENT IO)F THE CITV O POI))RT-)F-SiI'AIN.

|I st .-I ttyi'sli. 1 30.| I t,, c ,-
I 1114,1 t.

BE IT ENACTEDI) l)y t he (overnorr of T"rini(ldal and Tobago
with tihe advice aund cos('( ) t of tlhe legislative Co(uncil
thereof as follows:

1. This Ordinance may l)e cited as the Port-of-Spain sh"I" title.
Improvement (Eastern Market) Loan Ordinance, 1930.

2. It shall b)e lawful for the Mayor, Aldermen and Authority to
Citizens of Port-of-Spain (hereinafter called the Corporation) .aie loan.
from time to time to take up by way of loan on debentures
such sums of money as they may require, not exceeding in
the whole the sum of twenty-four thousand pounds, to be
applied in defraying the expenses of rebuilding and
extending the public market in the City of lort-of-Spain
known as the Eastern Market.

3. All moneys which may be so taken up on loan, with L,,an a
charge on
interest on the same at a rate not exceeding six per centum revenues
per annum, shall be a charge upon the general revenues of of City.
the City of Port-of-Spain.

4. Every debenture issued under the provisions of this Denomi-
Ordinance shall be for a sum either of ten pounds, or of doentuors.
fifty pounds, or of one hundred pounds, and shall bear
interest from the day on which the same shall be dated
to the day on which the same shall be redeemable.

5. Every debenture shall be in the Form given in the Form of
Schedule to this Ordinance, and shall be numbered in







92 No. 16 of 1930.] Port-of-Spain Improvement Loan.

regular numerical progression, beginning with the number
one, and shall be under the seal of the Corporation, and
shall be signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the
Town Clerk and Treasurer.

Issue of 6. All such debentures shall be offered to the public for
dentures. public tender, and shall be issued, on the resolution of the
Council of the Corporation, to the persons who shall have
tendered for and become the purchasers of the same, on
payment to the Town Clerk and Treasurer for the use of
the Corporation of the sum of money specified therein.

lei'emptioll 7. (1) Of the debentures issued under this Ordinance,
of deben-
tores. one thousand pounds worth thereof shall be redeemable on
the thirtieth day of June, 1940, and one thousand pounds
worth on the thirtieth day of June in each succeeding year
until the debentures have been fully redeemed.
(2) The numbers of the debentures to be redeemed
from year to year shall be ascertained by annual drawings,
commencing in 1940, to be held not later than the thirty-
first dav of March in each year, at a meeting of the Council
of the Corporation; and the numbers of the debentures to
be so redeemed shall be advertised in the Royal Gazette and
one local newspaper circulating in the Colony.

Power to 8. Every debenture, and the right to receive the principal
transfer. and interest represented thereby, shall be transferable by
delivery.

Payment ,, 9. The interest on each debenture shall be payable by
interest. the Corporation in Port-of-Spain at the office of the Town
Clerk, half-yearly, on the thirtieth day of June and the
thirty-first day of December in each year.
Exemption 10. All securities issued or transferred or other instru-
from stamp
d stay. ments made under this Ordinance shall be exempt from
stamp duty.

Repeal. 11. The Port-of-Spain Improvement (Eastern Market)
Loan Ordinance, Cap. 229 is hereby repealed.




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