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Publication Date: May 29, 1951
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SAINT VINCENT'


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINC NT', TUESDAY, 29 MAY, 1951. [No. 28.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 251.
MEETING OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
A meeting of the Legislative Council will be held at the Council Chamber,
in Kingstown, on Friday, 8th June, 1951, at 10 a.m.
2. The Orders of the Day" of this meeting are published as a Supple-
ment to this issue of the Gazette.
3. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
29th May, 1951.
(A. 1/1949).


No. 252.
KING'S BIRTHDAY, 1951.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 234 of 22nd May, 1951, the following
is the Official Programme relating to the
Ceremonial for the King's Birthday Pa-
rade to take place at the Market Square,
Kingstown, on Thursday, 7th June, 1951.
[The Units to take part in the Parade
will be :-
Detachment of St. Vincent Police Force.
Detachment of St. Vincent Grammar
School Cadets.
The St. Vincent Volunteer Fire Brigade.
The St. Vincent Legion of the British
Empire Service League, the Boy Scouts
and the Girl Guides have been invited tc
attend.]
9.30 a.m.-Parade will march from Po-
lice Headquarters to the Mar-
ket Square.


(ii) Inspection of Parade.
(iii) March Past of Parade-
Administrator takes the
Salute.
(iv) Royal Standard broken
accompanied by Royal
Salute.
(v) Feu de jole
(vi) Three Cheers for His
Majesty the King.
(vii) Closing stages of Cere-
monial.


Members of the Executive and Legisla-
Stive Councils, Members of the Kings-
town Board, Ministers of Religion and all
public officers and their wives are invited
to be present.
A cordial invitation is also extended to
the general public to be present.


10.00 a.m.- (i) His Honour the Admin-
istrator arrives at the 2uth May, 1951.
Market Square. (A. 10/1942).


58.756
S1t56s


~ablished b~ ~etirorily.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MAY, 1951.-(No. 28).


No. 253.
PROPOSED U.K.-CUBA SUGAR PACT.

Mr. A. G. BoTTOMLEY, M.P., Secretary for Overseas Trade, and Head of
the United Kingdom Mission now in the West Indies, addressed a joint Meeting
of the Regional Economic Committee and the British West Indies Sugar Asso-
ciation at the Headquarters of Development and Welfare, Barbados, on May
20th. He gave an account of the situation which has been reached with regard
to the proposed pact with Cuba and, in the course of his speech, gave the
.following assurances:-
(i) If an agreement with Cuba is made it would run only to the end of 1953.
(ii) If the agreement is concludedthe United Kingdom Government will
extend to the end of 1953 its undertaking to find a market for the
whole exportable surplus of the Commonwealth up to the limits laid
down in the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement-that is, in the case of
the West Indies, 900,000 tons of sugar a year. Unless producers
choose to sell that part of their exports not subject to guarantee at the
world price plus preference, all this sugar will be bought at the nego-
tiated price as it is today. Producers will be asked to choose between
these alternatives as soon as it is known whether an agreement has
been concluded with Cuba.
(iii) The Government's undertaking to review the operation of the Com-
monwealth Sugar Agreement in 1953, in consultation with the pro-
ducers, stands. This undertaking provides that if sugar is unrationed
in the United Kingdom in 1953, and if consumption proves higher
than has been estimated, at least a proportionate increase will be made
in the quantities to be purchased at a guaranteed price.
(iv) Apart from these specific assurances, the United Kingdom Govern-
ment remain fully committed to the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement,
already extended by one year up to the end of 1958, and have given
an assurance that they will do nothing whatever to vitiate its effec-
tiveness or to prejudice the interests of Commonwealth producers.
2. At the end of his speech the meeting adjourned until the following
day, when Mr. BOTTOMLEY heard the views of the West Indian Representatives
present.
29th May, 1951.
(B. 47/1948).

No. 254.
COMMANDER, CARIBBEAN AREA.

It is notified for information that on completion of his three years tenure as
.Commander, Caribbean Area, Brigadier E. K. Page, D.S.O., O.B.E., M.C., will be
relieved by Brigadier A. C. F. Jackson, O.B.E., on or about 19th June, 1951.
A note on Brigadier Jackson's career is given below.
On relief, Brigadier Page is returning to England.
NOTE.
T/Brigadier Alexander Cosby Fishburn Jackson.
Born : 3rd December, 1903.
Educated : Hailebury and Royal Military College.
Gazetted : Royal Hampshire Regiment, 1923.
Service to 1939:
Egypt 1923-251 Regimental duty.
India 1925-27 J
West Africa 1927-33-With R.W.A.F.F. in Gold Coast.
U.K. 1933-35 Regt. duty.
Palestine 1937 -Medal and bar.
U.K. 1937-39-Staff College, Camberly.
Service in War 1939-45 :
1939--40 GSO.II Int.
1939-40 GSO.II Trg. H.G. Eastern Command.
GSO.II Trg.
1941 AQMG.Cairo Area.
1941 AQMG. 13 Corps & H.Q. Western Desert Force.
1942 GSO.I Staff College, Haifa.
1943 Commander 40 Ind. Inf. Bde.
1944/5 Brigadier i/c Adm.
Persia & Iraq Command.
1945/8 Deputy Director of Quartering in War Office.
1948/51 Commander Northern AreaE.A. Command.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MAY, 1951.-(No. 28). 143


Comes from an Army family with at least half a dozen consecutive
generations in the services. Ahcestor (great-great-Uncle) General S -fr
Alexander Cosby Jaqksqp .o~ handedd in Ws sT,dies t wa, yea7 ,- ;=
28th. 4y, 1951.


1,9. 255.
WEST' INDXIAN GOODWIhLL TIRADE
M~lSSION, 'O ~IANADA. ,

The. 4.gional EqoQ9nnip, Otmm:ittee,
inp., in, pp'i.aqe,: yestr-day, aftejnQono to,
discuss the question of the West, -4d i n
Goodwill Trade Mission t~ Caada,, 4pd
after an adjournment continued their
meeting until a late hour last nigh.te
They reaffirmed their previous views
-of the importance of sending the Mis-
sion to Caada at an early date, and at'
the same time accepted the suggestion,
-made by" His Majesty's Government in
Qprat Britain that the Mission should
first pay a visit to London before-pro-
.ceadifig to Canada. They recommended
that the Mission-should arjri-ve in-London,
for this purpose about the middle of
June.
29th May, 1951.
(C. 1811951).


p,. 256.
REAUPLPTION.

With reference, to Governrpe ,t Notice.
No. 223 of 15thMay, 1951, tie Honour-.
-able V. D. ARCHER, Colonial Treasurer,
&c. returned to the Colony- on 28th
May, 1951 and resumed duty.
29th May, 1951.


No. 257.
APPOINTMENT;

Mr. C.V.D. HADLEY, B.Sc., as Educa-
tion.Officer, St. Vincent, under Colonial
Development, and Welfare Scheme \).
720, with retroactive, effect, from 9th
Jan na:y, 1950.
29th May, 1951.
,(P. F. 219).

No. 258.
ARRIVAL OF HEADMISTRESS, GIRLS'
HIGH SCHOOL,

With reference to Government Notice
No. 158 of 10th April, 1951, Miss J. M.
BUCHAN, M.A., Dip.EL, arrived in the
Colony on "ird May, 1951. and assumed
duty as Headmistress, Gills' High
School.
29th May, 1951.
(P.F. 559).


N:o. 259.
RESIQNATI'ONt

Miss JOYCE ANDERSON, Assistant.
Mistress, Girls' High SchQol, wit.ei ffct
from 31st March, 1951.
29th May, 1951.
(P. F. 113).
No. 260.
MrX. M1AJARIQIMA ATTEBWA, DipeDnwA,
wi ,effct.from,7.th April, .1 5L.
329h p Ma7y 1951.
(F. ^.33.,
No. 261.
EXTENSION- OF L.BAYI,

With reference to Government Notice
No. 595 of 12th December, 1950,, MIss,
FLORENCE LAKE, Senior Clerk (Agri-
cultural- Department), five (5) weeks'
extension of leave without' pay with
effect from-28th May, 1951.
29th May,,19,51.
(P.F. 476).
No. 262.
BANKc HOLIDAY.

Under the. Bank Holidays. Q.rdinance(,
Thursday, the. 7th. June (King.', Birth-.
day) being. a.,Bank. Holiday, all Public'
Offices.will.,be closedd onthat day.
29th May, 1951.


No. 263.


LEGISLATION.


The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State, forthe Colonies has notified that
His: Majesty the KING will not be,advised
to exercise hispower of disallowance in
respect of the following Ordinances of
this Government.:-
No. 1 of 1951.-An Ordinance to pro-
vide for the Licensing of Burial
Grounds and for purposes con-
nected therewith.
(P. 17/1949).
No. 7 of 1951.--An Ordinance to
amend the Sugar Export, Cess-
Ordinance, 1948.-
(F. 16/1949).
29th May, 1951.

No. 264.
The following Documents are,publish-
ed with this issue of the Gazette :--
R.R. & 0. No. 45.-The St;tmp Ven-
dors (Amnend ment) Regulations,
1951.
(F. 25111!47).














144 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MAY, 1951.--.No. 28).
+ ro r


S.R. & 0. No. 46.--The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 19) Notice, 1951.
(T. 20/1949). -

S.R. & O. No. 47.-The British Judg-
ments (Enforcement) (Singapore)
Order, 1951.-
(J. 14/i951).
29th May, 1951.


No. 265.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the minutes of meeting of
the Board of Education held on 20th
October, 1950, may be. seen at Govern-
ment Office, the Kingstown Library and
at all Revenue Offices and District Post
Offices.
29th May, 1951.


No. 228.
ST. VINCENT AGRICULTURAL
SCHOLARSHIP, 1951.

Applications are invited for the St.
Vincent Agricultural Scholarship ten-
able at the Imperial College of Tropical
Agriculture, Trinidad, for a period of
three years commencing October, 1951.
Applicants should be holders of the
Cambridge Local (a) Higher School Cer-
tificate with passes, at ordinary standard,
in Chemistry and Botany, or (b) School
Certificate, Grade I or II with credit
passes in Chemistry and Biology.
Every aplicant is required to supply
the followmng:-
(a) A Birth Certificate
(b) A Certificate of Good Character
(c) The names of schools attended
and details of examinations pass-
ed.
Applications should be addressed to
the Government Secretary, Government
Office, and should reach him not later
than 31st May, 1951.
15th May, 1951
(B. 411950).


No. 247.


TEN DERS.


Tenders are invited for installing the
electric wii-ing system in the New
Nurses Home gronp of buildings at
Montrose.
Prints oi' the construction drawings
of the project can be obtained (on writ-
ten application) from the Superinten-
dent of Works. Public Works Depart-
ment, St. Vincent.


Tenders must be addressed to :-
The Superintendent' of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
and should be contained in sealed-
envelopes marked TENDER POR
ELECTRIC WIRING ST. VINCENT NEW
NURSES HOME,"-and should reach the
Public Works Department office not
later than 8.00 p.m. on Saturday, 30th-
June, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.

No. 248.
Tenders are invited for the supplying
and laying of tiles (asphalt or composi-
tion) over a concrete base in the New
Nurses Home project at Montrose.
Prints of the construction drawings.
can be obtained (on written application)
from the Superintendent of Works,.
Public Works Department, St. Vincent-
Tenders must be addressed to :-
The Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
and should be contained in sealed
envelopes marked TENDER FOR.
SUPPLYING AND LAYING TILES ST.
VINCENT NEW NURSES HOME"--and
should reach the Public Works Depart-
ment office not later than 3.00 p.m. on.
Saturday, 80th June, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(P. 2/1943)..

No. 249.
Tenders are invited for installing the-
entire plumbing system (water service
and sanitary arrangements) in the New
Nurses Home group of buildings at
Montrose.
Prints of the construction drawings.
can be obtained (on written application)
from the Superintendent of Works,.
Public Works Department, St. Vincent..
Tenders must be addressed to :-
The Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vincent 1.W.I.,
and should be contained in sealed enve-
lopes marked-" TENDER FOR INSTALL-
ING PLUMBING ST. VINCENT NEW NUR-
SES HOME-and should reach the Public
Works Department office not later than
3.00 p.m. on Saturday 30th June 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
(P. 2/1943).

No. 250.
1'enders are invited for the work of
painting the entire group of buildings.










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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29: MAY, :1951.-(No. 28). -. _..145


"in the New Nurses Home project at
Montrose.
Prints of the construction drawings
.can be obtained (on written application)
from the Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department, St. Vincent.
Tenders must be addressed to :-
The Superintendent of Works,
Public Works Department,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
.and should be contained in sealed enve-
lopes marked "TENDER FOR PAINTING
ST. VINCENT NEW NURSES HOMB"--
..and should reach the Public Works De-
partment office not later than 3.00 p.m.
on Saturday 30th June, 1951.
22nd May, 1951.
,(P. 2/1943).
SBy Uommand,
BERNARD GIBBS,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
29th May, 1951.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION.
NOTICE OF MEETING.

Notice is hereby given that a Special
-General Meeting of the St. Vincent Civil
Service Association will be held at the
-Court House Wednesday, 6th June, 1951,
:.at 3.00.p.m.
AGENDA.
1. Reading and confirmation of the
Minutes of last meeting. -
2. -Questions arising out of the
Minutes.
3. Bye-election for office of Presi-
dent-vacant as from 1/6/51.
4. Correspondence.
5. Other Btsiness.
By order of the Committee,
EARNEST LABORDE,
Secretary.
KINGSTOWN,
18th May. 1951.

-GERMANY: DISPERSION OF ASSETS OF
I.G. FARBENINOUSTRIE.

Any persons having claims against
the above Company are requested to
-contact the COnstodian of Enemy Pro-
perty at the Registrar's Office not later
: than Saturday, 30th of June, 1951.
DESMOND A. McNAMARA,
Custodian of Enemy Property.
26th May, 1951.
-(G. 4/1946).


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME .COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.

(Summary Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1948

Suit No. 10
Between


ARTHUR BELLINGY
and
HERBERT DARE


Plaintiff

Defendant.


NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday,, the 9th day of June, 1951,
between the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3 p.m., there will be put up for
sale at the Court House in Kingstown
the undermentioned goods and chattels
the property of the abovenamed defen-
dant HERBERT DEARE levied upon by
virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued in the above suit:-
One house sides boarded and the roof
covered with galvanize iron.

Dated this 16th day of May, 1951.

DESMOND A. McNAMARA,
Registrar Supreme Court.
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINCENT.


GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.

PRIME COTTON SEED MEAL.

Owing to increased cost of produciton
the selling price of Prime Cotton Seed
Meal will be increased to 2J cents per
lb. as from 26th May, 1951.

V. G. DASILVA,
Manager.
21st May, 1951.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The following goods have been seized
for a breach of Section 90 Cap. 183 of
the Laws of Saint Vincent:-
1 sack rice (52 lbs)
1 pair ladies shoes
2 pieces cloth (1' yds)

McD. SMITH,
Acting Collector of Customs.
22nd May, 1951.


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146 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MAY, 1951.-(No. 28).


-- NOTICE.


'UNDER ITHE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.


It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Liquor
Licensing Sessions.will.b.e heldin the under-mentioned Parishes for the purpose
of considering: applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948,.
at the time and places following :-


Parish,

St. George & St


Charlotte


. St. David


St. Patrick


Grenadines


Time and Place of Session.

.Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown, on
Wednesday, 20th June, 1951, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon.
... ... ... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 22nd June, 1951, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
... ... ... At the Court House, Chateaubelair,
on Tuesday, 19th June, 1951,.
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.
... ... At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
Friday, 15th June, 1951, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
At the Court House, at Port Eliza-
beth, Bequia, on Wednesday, 4th
July, 1951, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon.


Notice of invention to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant and
upon the. Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of this Licensing Session.
D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrate.



PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish.


St. George &
St. Andrew








Charlotte


Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Situation of
Premises.

Leonard V. Shopkeeper Belmont Belmont
Bradshaw

Fitzroy Roberts do. Kingstown Kingstown

St. Vincent Work- Limit- 1 do. d o.
in-gmen Co-oper- Liability
ative Association, Coinpany
Lim ite d

Charles Mapp Sho)pkeeirpe Langley Langley Park
SPa rk
i Ages Abbott do. Park Hill Park Hill

Conrad Matthews do. George- Georgetown
town\


D. K. MclNTYRE,
Jd'glistrate.


MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGS1TOWN,
28th May, 1951.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MI.-Y, 1951.--(No. 28).


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.

TREASURY NOTICES.

STATEMENT by the Treasurer in the form prescribed by the Governor under
the authority of Section 48 of the Land and House Tax Ordinance Chapter
194 and sent to the Registrar for registration.

WHEREAS Wilhelmina Kirby of Vermont Valley in the Island of St. Vincent is
indebted to the Government of the Colony in the sum of four dollars and fourteen
cents ($4.14) she being a defaulter in the payment of land taxes (including fines
and fees) for the years 1941 to 1949 inclusive in respect of one house spot situate
at Cocoa Village in the Parish of St. David in. the Colony of St. Vincent.
AND WHEREAS the said house spot was on the 16th day of December, 1950 put
up for sale by auction in accordance with the provisions of the Land and House
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 194.
AND WHEREAS no bid was offered for the said house spot.
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid sum of four dollars and fourteen cents ($4.14)
cannot be raised by sale of Wilhelmina Kirby's goods, chattels or other property.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by Section 48 of the Land and House Tax
Ordinance Chapter 194 that on the occurrence of the circumstances mentioned in
the preceding recital the property which was offered for sale should vest in His
Majesty for the use of the Government of the Colony.
AND WHEREAS it is provided by the aforementioned Section that the Treasurer
shall forward to the Registrar of the Court for the purposes of due registration a
statement in form to be prescribed by the Governor giving the particulars of the
land and house, the name of the person in default, the amount due and the date
of the abortive sale.
AND WHEREAS it is further provided by the aforementioned section that the
said house and land shall not vest as aforesaid until such statement has been
recorded by the Registrar and published in the Gazette, and thereupon such
record shall constitute an indefeasible title in His Majesty, His heirs and
successors.
IT Is HEREBY DECLARED that by virtue of the provisions of the aforementioned
section the land described in the Schedule hereto is vested in His Majesty for the
use of the Government of the Colony.

SCHEDULE.

Date of
Name of defaulter Situation of Acreage abortive Amount
property sale due


Wilhelmina Kirby Cocoa 1 house spot 16th $4-14
Village December,
in the 1950.
Parish of
St. David

V. D. ARCHER,
Treasurer.
Dated this sixth day of April 1951.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby giveii that lie ut lermentioiied persons ihavirg Ib come
delfailters under tie Land and iFouse Tax Or1.i lin nce"' their propirli es ha' ing
been levied upon will be offered for s;l ;iat 12 o'clock nooni on Sai iiurl;, 16th
Junea, 1951, at tle Treasury for their reco\vry of Taxes die thlereoin.

McD. SM[ IITH,
Colonial TI'ras uer (Acting).
Treasury,
St. Vincent,
21st M;iy, 195].














148 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MAY, 1951.-(No. 28).


DISTRICT III.
Names. Locality. Property.
Concannon, Edith A. The Heath 3 acres 18 poles
Sheppard, Matilda Camden Park .. 1 acre 2 roods 4 poles
Thomas, David Clare Valley 1 acre
Cruickshank, Alexander Camnden Park 1 acre 0 rood 9 poles
DISTRICT IV.
Deane, Caroline Preddies Park 5 acres
Samuel, Ernest Grove 2 roods 27 poles
Shallow, Eliza' Cocoa 1 house spot
Anderson, John Mahautay 4 acres 1 rood 9 poles
Stewart, Samuel Spring 1 house
DISTRICT V.
Benn, Charles Palmyra 2 acres 3 roods 31 poles
Williams, Carlton Rose Hall 5 acres 2 roods 5 poles.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

-It is hereby notified for general information that the following hours have
been fixed for the receipt at the Customs of all monies payable threat :
From To
-On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
On Wednesday 8 a.m. 11 a.m.
The co-operation of Merchants and other interested members of the public is
earnestly requested in order that these new arrangements may function, as
desired, smoothly and to general advantage.
V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer and Collector of Customs.
Tho Treasury,
Treasury Chambers,
1st May, 1951.

CONTROL NOTICE. EDUCATION NOTICE.

IMPORTATION OF GIFT PARCELS. CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS,
1951.
With reference to Control Notice dat-
ed 22nd November, 1949, attention is The Cambridge Local Higher School
drawn to the fact that bonafide nnsolic- Certificate and School Certificate Exam-
ited gifts only not exceeding .i.1 nations will be held at this Centre in
(B.W.I. Currency) in value are permit- December, 1951.
ted to be imported without an import The fees payable at the Treasury are
licence provided that such gifts are not as follows:-
intended for sale or exchange or for (a) University Fee:
use in any commercial undertaking. H. S. C. 4. 0. 0.
2. Gifts arriving in the Colony with- S. C 9 5.0.
ont an import licence having first been .
obtained, in excess of a value of $18.00 (b) Local Fee :
(B.W.I. Currency). are liable to confis- (H. S. C. & S. C.) 2.0.
cation.
3. Licences will not ordinarily be Entry Fomms may be obtained from
granted for the importalion of gifts in the Local Secretary, to whom the Forms,
excess of a value of $48 00 (B.W.l. Cur- duly filled up, should be returned not
rency) : the only exception that may be later than Saturday 9th June, 1951.
made is in the case of gifts sent to char- Information in connexion with pri-
itable or educational institutions. vate entries" may be obtained from the
Local Secretary.
A. V, SPROTT,
Controller of Sapplics. W. W M LOPEY.
Kingstown, Local Secretary.
21st May, 1951. GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
(C. 3/1950).. 28th April,1.951.


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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS-- -

1951, No. 45.


STAMP VENDORS (AMENDMVIENT) REGULATIONS.


(Gazetted 29th May, 1951).


1h. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the Stamp Vendors
(Amendment) Regulations, 1951, and shall be read as one with the Stamp Vendors
Regulations, 1949 (S.R. & 0. 1949, No. 8) (hereinafter referred to as the principal
Regulations).

2. Regulation 2 of principal Regulations amended. Regulation 2
of the principal Regulations is hereby amended by the addition thereto-of the
following paragraph :
(d) Any public officer appointed by the Governor by notice published in the
Government Gazette : Provided that such public officer shall only sell
such denominations of stamps as are necessary for the conduct of, and
for use in, the business of his department.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 22 of the Post Office Ordinance
(Cap. 134) and section 10 df the Stamp Ordinance (Cap: 195) this 12th day of May
1951.

HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Ag. Clerk of Executive Council.
(F 25/1947).

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PRICES CONTROL (AMEMEDMENT NO. 19) NOTICE.


(Gazetted 29th May, 1951).



1. Short title. This Notice may be cited s the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 19) Notice.

2. Amendment. The First Schedule Part A to the Prices Control Order
(S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby further amended by deleting all the words,-Figures
Sand symbols occurring in the columns opposite the article, "Bread, Shop orHops
-Loaf of 2 ozs and substituting therefore the following:

FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.

\Article. ,Maximium Wholesale Price Mxcim am Retail Price.

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SArea "A" Area "B" Area A" Area i'B'
Bread, Shop or Hops--
Loaf of 11 ozs. 14 for 24c. 14 for 24c. 2c. p)r loaf 2c. per loaf

'Area A means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
-Area-" B means all other places throughout the Colony.

3.- Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum
prices for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First
Schedule Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby
amended by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurringg in the columns
opposite the articles: Flour-E Grade," Lard-Barbados," "Tea-Red Rose,"
Butter Table," "Butter-Cooking," and substituting therefore the following:

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FTRST,SC'HEDULE--PART B


Article.



Flour
Lard-Barbados
Tea-Red Rose in 2
oz. skillets
In 4 oz. skillets

In 8 oz. skillets

Butter Table-Austra-
lian Maxam Brand
Butter Cooking-Austra-
lian Q.B.B' Brand


Maximum- Wholesale Price.
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$LO.88 per'sack of 100 lb.
$12.62 per 30 lb. pail
$1.54 per lb.

$1.54 per lb.

$1.43 per lb.

$44.98 per cs. of 48-16
oz. tins
$42.69 pet- cs. of 48-16
oz. tins
$20.81 per tin of 25 lbs.


Area "A"
11 c. per lb.
47c. per lb.
20c. per
skillet
44c. per
skillet
82c. per -
skillet

$1.08 per tin

$1.00 per tin
94c. per lb.


Area B"
-2c. per lb.
48c. per lb.
21c. pes
skillet
45c. per
skillet
83c. per
skillet

-$1.09 per tin


SArea "C."
12c. per lb.
_49c. per lb.
22c. per
skillet
46c. per
skillet
84c. per
skill'te

$1.10 per tin


$1.01 per tin $1,02 per tin
95c. per lb. 96c. per lb.


Area "A" means the tqwn of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area B" means all other places throughout the Colony other than those
mentioned in Areas A and "C "
Area "C" means all the villages of Overland, Saney Bay, Owia, Faney
Windsor Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.

Mfada by the ComrDetent Authority under seatten 30 of the Prtesa Centrol
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 26th day of May, 1951.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplie%
(T'20/1949).

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1951, No. 47.

BRITISH JUDGMENTS (ENFORCEMENT) (SINGAPORE)
ORDER.

(Gazetted 29th May, 1951).

WHEREAS by the gritish Judgments (Enforcement) Ordinance, Chapter 4,
/ provision has been made. for the reciprocal enforcement-of judgments in this
Colony and in the United Kingdom :
AND WHEREAS by the said Ordinbnce it is amongst other things provided that
where the Governor is satisfied that reciprocal provisions have been made by the
Legislature of any part of His Majesty's Dominions outside the United Kingdom
for the enforcement within that part of His Dominions of judgments obtained in
the Supreme Court in this Colony, the Governor may by Order in Council declare
that the said Ordinance shall extend to judgments obtained in a Superior Court in
that. part of His Majesty's Dominions in like manner as it extends to judgments
obtained in a Supreme Court in the United Kingdom and 'that on any such order
-being made the said Ordinance, shall extend according :
AND WHEREAS the Governor is satisfied that the Legislature of the Colony of
Singapore has made reciprocal provisions for enforcement within the said Colony
of judgments obtained in the Supreme Court in this Colony :
Now THEREFORE the Governor, by virtue and in, exercise of the powers by the
above-recited Ordinance in the Governor vested, is pleased, by and with the advice
of the Executive Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered as follows :-

1. Short title. This Order may, 6e cited as the British Judgments
(Enforcement) (Singapore) Order, 1951.

2. Extension of Ordinance to Singapore. The British Judgments
(Enfortement) Ordinance, Chapter 4 shall extend to judgments obtained in a
Superior Court in the Colony of Singapore.

Made by the Governor in Council under section 6 of the British Judgements
(Enforcement) Ordinance, Chapter 4 this.28th day of May, 1951.
A. V. KING,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(J 14/1951,).

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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE.BOARD OF EDUCATION HELD AT
THE EDUCATION OFFICE, ON FRIDAY, 20TH OCTOBER, 1950, AT 2.30 r.M.

SPREIANT :
The Acting Education Officer, Chairman,
,, Inspector of Schools,
,; Headmaster, Grammar School,
,, Acting Headmistress, Girls' High School,
,Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of the Windward Islands,
,, Reverend E. HIOMAN,
Dr. F C. ALEXIS. ,
The Offiier-in-Obarge, Camden Park Experiment Station,
T. M. SAUNDERS, Esq.,
Mrs. E. D.'B. CHARLES.

ABSENT :
The Hon'ble G. A. McINTosH (Out of the Colony)
., Rev. Dr. GUALBERT VAN DEB PLAS, O.S.B. (Excuse tendered),
O. W. FORDE. Esq., (Excuse tendered)
Mrs. J. H. D. Cox (Excuse tendered).

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES.
The minutes of the meeting held on 17th July, 1950, which had been previously
circulated to members, were confirmed.

2. BUSINESS ARISING OUT OF THE MINUTES.
The Chairman informed the Board that the Ramjphn Football Cup had been won
by the Kingstown Methodist School. The Anderson Cups Competition had also taken
place but results had not yet been published.
The C;.airman said he had held two meetings with masters of the Grammar
School in connection with the establishment of Evening Classes and they were all in
favour of the proposal. According to new Regulations made by the-University of
Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate special arrangements had to be made for
the acceptance of private candidates and it had not yet been ascertained whether the
stu lents or an Evaning Institute recognized by the Education Department would be
allowed to sit the School Certificate Examination. The Educational Adviser, Mr.
Nicol's advice had not yet been received therefore no further action had been taken.

3. PROPOSALS FOR THE TRAINING OF TRAOHERB.
Previous to the meeting, members had been supplied with copies of a Memoran-
dum prpsared by the Acting Education Officer on Teacher iTraining. In the proposed
S system provision was made for a first grade or supernumerary pupil teacher who
would study on Mondays and teach on Tuesdays and Wednesdays when the Second
Grade, and on Thursdays and Fridays when the Third Grade Pupil Teachers, attended
the Pupil Teachers' Training Centres for instruction. There would be two examina-
tions for Pupil Teachers and it was envisaged that the Second; Pupil Teachers'
Examination would be at the level of the Junior School Certificate. A successful
candidate at that Examination would become a Student Teacher and would begin his








preparation fir the Certificate Examination whih would consist of -Part I, an exam-
ilation in academic subjects. of tire standard of the Cambridge School Certificate and
'Part II, an examination in professional subjets--Teaching Methods and School
Managenmet--and in certain additional subjects such as Art; Handcrafts, Domestic
Science, et'.
Under the ne proposals Probatiohary Assistant Teachers would be persons who
held the School Certifiate or London Matriculation and they would be exempted from
Part I of the Teachers' Certificate Examination if they had passed.in all the subjects
required by. that extimination.
The Memorandum was fully discussed. The Reverend Mr. Higman thought it
an admirable scheme and beautifully set out especially the attached diagram which
summarised the proposals. The Reverend Dr. Gualbert van der Plas had written to
say that -after careful examination he thought it an excellent scheme which was
worthy of trial. HIlis Lordship expressed agreement with his colleagues. On behalf
of the St. Vincent Teachers' Association the President, Mr. Saunders'agreed with the
s henie which he considered was very sympathetic with the teaching profession. He
ma le enquiries regarding the academic subjects to be studied in the Pupil Teacher
Course and tisked whether the Pupil Teachers wbuld be assisted with their transporta-
tion to and from the'Centres and suggested that the First Grade or Supernumerary
Pupil Te:;chers be paid at $96.00 per anuum instead of at $72.00 per annum. He
also mentioned that the Teachers' Confereuce had recommended that a Secondary
School Course should be given to all prospective teachers. The Chairman replied
that there would be fourteen study periods per week during which most time would
he sp-nt in doing English. Other subjects would be Arithmetic, History, Geography,
Elementary Science, Teaching Methods and Civics. Nothing had been done in con-
nection with the rates of pay. He said that for two terms pupil teachers had travelled
weekly, without complaint, to various centres and it did not seem unreasonable to
expect them to make some sacrifice in view of the assistance they would be receiving;
the suggestion made by the Acting Headmistress of the Girls' High School that a
Milk Schem3 he operated for these Pupil Tcachers was a good idea and could be
introduced. Consideration coult be given to the award of scholarships to the Second-
ary Schools for persons who had passed the Second Grade Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tion. The Headmaster of the Grammiar School said that any such scholarship holders
should have to take an examination.
Finally, a recommendation-" That the Board of Education give cordial approval
in principle of the proposed scheme for the Training of Teachers and recommend its
adoption to Government," made by the Reverend Mr. Higman and seconded by Mrs.
Charles was carried unanimously.

4. ADJOURNMENmT.
As there was no other business the Chairman thanked the members and the
meeting was adjourned, sine die.

K. JACOBS,
Secretary.


Confirmed this 16th day of March, 1951.


W. M. LOPEY,
Chairman.
















LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF SAINT VINCENT.

ORDER PAPER.


Meeting of the Council to be held at -the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on
Friday, 8th June, 1951, at 10 a.m.
AGENDA.
1. Prayers
2. Confirmation of Minutes
3. Announcements
4. Notices of Motions
5. Petitions
6. Papers (See Schedule)
7. Questions

The Honourable E. A. Joachim, Member for 'Leeward, to ask the following
questions :-
1. Will Government please state what is the present position relative to the
erection of a school at Rose Hall?
2. Will Government please say how soon it is intended to start the
reconstruction of the Leeward Highway?
3. Will Government please state how soon the Public Works Department
intendss to do the proposed improvements to the dangerous corners at
"Jameson's Hole on the Leeward Highway?
4. In view of the fact that the people of Spring Village, Coulls Hill and
Troumaca are experiencing great difficulties in finding somewhere to put
their houses, will Government please take steps to provide house spots for
the people in these areas; and will Government please state what is the
present position relative to the removal of the Caribs from Rose Bank?
5. 'Will Government please take steps to control the erosion which is taking
place at the Glebe, Barrouallie, on the Leeward Highway?



THE ORDER OF THE DAY.

MOTIONS.
The Honourable Crown Attbrney to move :-
That this Council approves the Rules cited as the Saint Vincent Scholarship
(Amendment) Rules, 1951, made by the Governor in, Council under section 29 of
the Education Ordinance, 1937 on the 30th day of March, 1951.


BILLS.

FOR FIRT READING :
Exchange Control Bill
Registration of Documents (Amendment) Bill
Registration of Births and Deaths (Amendment) Bill
Summary Conviction Offences (Amendment) Bill
Deportation (British Subjects) Bill

IN COMMITTEE :-
The Agriculture Bill
The Hydro-electric Bill (recommitted)

FOR SECOND READING :-
Entertainments (Amendment) Bill
Pensions (Amendment) Bill "
Mid-Missions Incorporation Bill



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SCHEDULE.
Council Paper No. 15 of 1951-Finance Committee Minutes of 16th, 17th, 18th, 21st
& 24th November, 1950
Council Paper No. 16 of 1951-Report of the Registrar General on the Vital
Statistics for the year 1949 1
Council Paper No. 17 of 1951-Annial Report of the Central Housing & Planning
Authority for the year 1949
Council Paper 'No. 18 of 1951-Cotton Protection (Close Season) Order 1951
Council Paper No. 19 of 1951-Travelling & Subsistence Allowances (Amendment)
Regulations, 1951
Council Paper No. 20 of 1951-Post Office '(Amendment) Regulations, 1951
Council Paper No. 21 of 1951-Post Office (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, 1951
Council Paper No. 22 of 1951-Burial Grounds Regulations, 1951
Council P'aper No. 23 of 1951-Stamp Vendors (Amendment) Regulations, 1951
Council Paper No. 24 of .1951-British Judgments- (Enforcement) (Singapore)
Order, .1951
In Typescript: Report of the Registrar of the Supreme Court for the year 1950
S Report of the Select Committee on the Agriculture Bill


































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