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275


SAINT VINCENT'


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 84.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951. [No. 49.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 420.

The following
Notices :-


HURRICANE AMENDED NOTICE.
Warning Signals will replace those published in previous.


Hurricane approaching the island-
Cautionary Warning
Rural areas (when news received of
-tural Areas / ... .
including the an approaching hurricane)
Grenadines .....
Grenadines Warning to take Cover


Cautionary Warning


Kingstown Warning to take Cover




4th September, 1951.


No. 449.
POLISH CONSUL-GENERAL IN
LONDON.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 423 of the 4th September, 1951, the
King's Exequatur empowering Madam
SABINA CYWIAK (or Guz-CYWIAK) to
act as Polish Consul-General in London
with jurisdiction including British Co-
lonial territories, British Protectorates
and territories under trust by the Gov-




S1.~~


- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
all Police Stations.
- Church bells will ring for a
period of five minutes.

- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
the Police Barracks.

- The Government Cotton Gin-
nery whistle and a siren
from the Police Barracks
will be blown for a period
of 5 minutes.


ernment of the United Kingdom receiv-
ed His Majesty's signature on the 27th
July, 1951.
18th September, 1951.
(R. 1/1948).

No. 450.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT.

The appointment of Mr. J. J. ANTRO-
BUS has been confirmed in the post of


Published bn 1,uthorit .
















'276 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 49).


Inspector of Schools with effect from
the 2nd June, 1945.
18th September, 1951.
(P. F. 250).

No. 451.
SECONDMENT.

Mr. T. BRERETON, Sanitary Super-
intendent, has been seconded to the
post of Warden, Kingstown Town
Board, with effect from 16th July, 1951,
and until further notice.
18th September, 1951.
(A. 9/1950).

No. 452.
LEAVE NOTICES.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

The Honourable W. A. HADLEY has
been granted three weeks' leave of
absence from the Executive Council
with effect from 15th September, 1951.
18th September, 1951.
(A. 31/1948).

No. 453.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

The Honourable O. D. BRISBANE has
been granted two weeks' leave of ab-
sence from the Executive Council with
effect from 15th September, 1951.
18th September, 1951.
{A. 31/1948).

No. 454.
ASSISTANT INSPECTOR OF
QUARRIES.

Under the provisions of Section 16 of
the Quarries Ordinance (No. 12 of 1949),
Mr. G. ROBERTS, Acting Assistant Super-
intendent of Roads, has been appointed
as an Assistant Inspector of Quarries,
vice Mr. M. B. BROWNE.
18th September, 1951.
(P. 21/1949).

No. 455.
ARROWROOT BOARD.

Under the authority of Section 7 of
the Arrowroot Ordina:nc, 1 930, the
Administrator hIis ominaet el the un der-
mentioned persons to serve on the
Arrowroot Boardl for the Arrowroot
Year 1st October, 1951 to 30th Septem-
ber, 1952 :-
The Hononrable Colonial Treasurer,
The Snperintendent of Agricultu re.
18th September, 1951.
(B. 35/1939).


No. 456.
LEGISLATION.

The following document is publish-
ed with this issne of the Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 90.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 32) Notioe,
1951.
(T. 20/1949).
18th September, 1951.

No. 457.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.

THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE BRITISH
WEST INDIES, BRITISH GUIANA AND
BRITISH HONDURAS.

The Governments of the above-named
Colonies have recently established a
Regional Economic Committee with
headquarters in the office of the Comp-
troller for Development and Welfare
in the West Indies.
The primary functions of the Com-
mittee are to act as an advisory and
consultative body to the participating
governments in economic matters, and
to assume executive and financial con-
trol of a British Caribbean Trade Com-
missioner Service in the United King-
dom and Canada.
The Committee now invites applica-
tions from suitably qualified persons
for the following posts:-
1. Executive Secretary to the Regional
Economic Corinittee
-at an annual salary of about 2,500.
Candidates for this post should have
;j wide interest in and sound know-
ledge of West Indian affairs. They
should possess high qualifications and
experience in posts of comparable
character, adequate academic qualifi-
cations in economics or commerce,
;ind ihave held appointments demand-
ing personal responsibility and initia-
tive in business and/or government
service.
2. Assi.stant S'ecreta.'ry (Statistician)
-at an annual salary of about 1,500().
Candidates for this post should pos-
sess a. r-cognisetd qualification in sta-
tistics and administrative experience
in dealing with economic and com-
nmrcial matters. The Assistant Secre-
tary will be responsible for present-
ing statistical material relating to
trade and commerce for the work of
the Committee and its m' nmhers.
3. Trade Comimissioner in the United
Kinoadom
-at a salary ol about ;2,500 per
ann iii plus a re presentation allowance
of .!,500 per annum.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 49). 277


Candidates should have wide experi-
ence of the West Indies and should
have held positions of high responsi-
bility in the field of trade and com-
merce either in business or govern-
ment. They should preferably have
experience of dealing with matters of
commercial policy, e.g. trade negotia-
tions, etc. Preference will be given
to candidates having wide contacts
with trade and government organisa-
tions in the United Kingdom.
4. Assistant Trade Cominmisioner in
.the United Kingdom
-at an annual salary of about 1,320
in the first place plus a representation
allowance of 500.
The main burden of the day-to-day
work of the London office will fall
on this officer. Candidates should
therefore possess a sound knowledge
of office organisation and administra-
tive experience in dealing with mat-
ters of trade and commerce.
General
The Committee reserves the right to
fill any post by invitation if no suitable
.applications are received, salaries of the
posts will be in the region of the figures
stated but other terms of service (e.g.
leave, passages and pension entitlement)
have yet to be determined. The Com-
mittee would be prepared to give special
consideration in these matters to ap-
pointees with exceptional qualifications.
The Committee proposes to make
these appointments in November, 1951,
and applications, containing full details
of candidates education, qualifications
and experience, together with support-
ing documents an.I names of two
referees, should !b-. addressed to reach
the Chairman, Reg-ional Economic Coni-
mitice, Hastings House, Barbadot be-
fore the 31st October, 1951.
18th September, 1951.
(F1. 24,11951).


No. 458.
'The fol lowing text of a message which
h;s ,been r-lc' ived from the Cololi;il
'Secretary of Trinid;id aind Tolago is
puiblishe"i for general information :-
REPATRIATION OF IMMIGRANTS
FROM TRINIDAD.
Government action to repatriate inm-
migrants is lirectel against prohibited
or illegal i nnigrantsonly. 'The law has
not hleen altered, lnt an ;atell'1i is bl inL"
mnil t i)!tp"s it m'e, e''ci iv.'ly.


some 6,000 other persons have entered
Trinidad unknown to the immigration
authorities and are at large. Govern-
ment has no wish to set West Indians
against West Indians or to break up re-
spectable homes and families or to
repatriate useful citizens. As a con-
sequence those persons who have landed
in the Colony illegally or who have
overstayed the time allowed them on
their landing permits are being allowed
to apply for exemption from repatriation.
Such persons must be British subjects
without any major criminal record who
if they have overstayed, their permit
have resided in the Colony for over two
years beyond the expiry date or who
if they landed illegally have been in the
Colony for over three years. They
must also satisfy this Governmnent
that they can support themselves and
family if aiy by being in regular em-
ployment or by being owners or tenants
of property from which they derive an
income. Exemption is also extended to
persons married to Trinidadians with a
family born of that marriage. If ex-
emption is not claimed by the 15th
November. 1951, action in accordance
with the law will be resumed.
18th September, 1951.
(R. 3/1951.)

No. 459.
GENERAL -ELECTIONS, 1951.

The under-mentioned changes should
be made in the Departmental Notice
published in the issue of the Gazette
dat'ed 10th September, 19.51 (No. 46)
under the heading General Elections
1951" :-
Under the heading location" in re-
gard to tle rolling stations in the Souih
Win iwaird Electornl District i ead Car-
riere'" instead of Mesopoltamnia'" vNith
respect to Polling Station No. 1, and
road "Stubbs" instead of "Mesopotamia"
with respect to Polliin Station No. 9.
For the he'adingi "Registration Ofli-
cns" in the ,ail11 notice (ad "lieturniing
Ollicers."
18th H8pttiitebr. 1951.


No. 433.
STUDENTS PROCEEDING TO THE
UNITED KINODOM FUR HIGHER
EDUCATION 1952--53 SESSION.

Tip" 1tr(s'5t1e u1po Uniiversities "idi


O v e r tIlI e p a s f ,'w yl o l W is T ; il ls II;i t e C Si ; 0 II . .. I ... . .. .
beel i.sun a.ainsl s .i e 3,5(0 p.sons w i I s Na "t od 1 el xI' ' nd iln tle
'know:V to : 1 ,' ohiiitd inoi truants t Fa ultieso l diciie, D)entisi ry-.Hcielce
w,'ho have not e,.n tracI'd an 1 pos sily nli Eng seeing the dilliculi y cin f oL-













278 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 49).


training places is still acute. Universi-
ties are, however, in general disposed
to look with a kindly eye on Colonial
candidates, provided that they can give
evidence of a high standard of potential
ability. The matriculation requirements
are considerably stiffer under the new
regulations.
2. Both Government scholars and
private students should show that they
have attempted to take advantage of
such local University facilities for
higher education as now exist, before
submitting applications for admission
to Universities in the United Kingdom.
3. Every effort will be made to secure
vacancies for properly sponsored and
really well qualified Colonial students.
Though in some cases, particularly in
Scotland, it may be possible to place
Students up to the end of March, 1952,
the main body of applications should be
in the hands of the Director of Colonial
Scholars not later than 31st January,
1952, if the fullest advantage is to be
taken of the places available.
In the following categories, however,
an earlier approach is essential and ap-
plications should reach the Director of
Colonial Scholars by 30th November,
1951, at the latest:-
(a) Courses in Medicine, Dentistry,
Engineering and pure Science.
(b) Teachers' training courses (includ-
ing Physical Training, Domestic
Science and Frobel or other
kindergarten training for which
the sponsorship of the Ministry
of Education is required.
(c) Applications for admission to Ox-
ford or Cambri, i e Colleges.
(d) Recommendations for awards un-
ler the 1,000,000 Colonial De-
veloplnmnt and Welfare Scholar-
ship Scheme.
4. It is most undesirable that would-
be candidates for admission should
proceed to the United Kingdom unan-
nounced and unsponsored in the hope
of obtaining admission to Universities
and Colleges. Tutorial Colleges and
Polytechnies, as well as Universities,
are overbu rdened wiiit long waiting
lists of nol-priority candidates a nl it
is almino.t impossible to gain admission
to such institutions without due notice
in the proper form. Students are,
therefore, strongly warned against pro-
ceeding to the United Kingdom for
higher education until they are assured
that a place has been made available
for them.
5. It is particularly important that
students should complete their pre-
matriculation studies in their own coun-
try, unless for any reason this should
prove to be quite impossible, in which


case application should be made in the
normal way, and they should not arrive
without sponsorship and the guarantee
of a place in a suitable institution.
6. Full details of financial and other
arrangements are obtainable on applica-
tion at Government Office and all stu-
dents who intend to proceed to the
United Kingdom are strongly urged to
consult the Administration for advice
before making their arrangements.
4th September, 1951.
(E. 16/1947).

By Command,

F. A. PHILLIPS,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
18th September, 1951.


MEDICAL REGISTRATION NOTICE.

The under-mentioned person has
this day been registered as a Midwife :-

Medical Name. Residence.


No. 2 Jessop, Mary Vermont
South

F. A. PHILLIPS,
Acting Medical Registrar.
11th September, 1951.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

GERMAN ISSUED SECURITIES EX-
PRESSED IN GERMAN CURRENCY.

The Board of Trade announces that
H.M. Government in the United King-
dom have decided to waive certain of
their rights in respect of such German-
owned securities as are expressed in
German currency and issued by the
German St;ite or by a body of persons
constituted or incorporated in or under
the laws of Germany.
Accordingly, the Board of Trade is
prepared to receive applications from
their former German owners for the
release from control under Trading
with the Enemy legislation of securities
of German issue expressed in German
currency, whether issued in registered
or beirer form, and also of certain do-
cuments evidencing ownership in iuch
securities. These documents may be-














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.--No. 49). 279


for example certificates of interest
issued by persons other than the issuers
of the securities, where either the cer-
tificate of interest or the register in
respect thereof is in the United King-
dom.
Applications for release should be
made on a form to be obtained from
The Custodian of Enemy Property, c/o
The Registrar's Office, Kingstown.
D. ELSON WEEKS,
Custodian of Enemy Property.
13th September, 1951.
(G. 4/1946).


KINGSTOWN BOARD SCHOLARSHIP
NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that a compe-
titive examination for the award of the
annual Kingstown Board Scholarship
will be held at the Richmond Hill
School on Friday, 5th October, 1951,
beginning at 9.00 a.m.
Candidates must have been less than
12 years of age on the 31st July, 1951,
and must have attended a Government
or Assisted School within Kingstown
or within one mile from the Boundaries
of the Town during the 12 months pre-
ceding the 31st July, 1951, for not less
than 75% of the maximum attendances
possible during such period.
Applications accompanied by proper
proof of age must reach the Kingstown
Board Office not later than Saturday,
22nd September, 1951.

T. BRERETON,
Acting Warden.
"WARDEN'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
6th September, 1951.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

It is notified for general information
that the current issue stamps in .03, .04,
.05 and 12 cents denominations will be
withdrawn from issue at the close of
20th September, 1951 and will be
replaced on 21st September by a tempo-
rary issue of New Constitution 1951
(Commemorative stamps in those same
denominations which will remain on
sale for three months or until stocks are
exhausted which ever occurs sooner.
G. ELFORD WILLIAMS,
Colonial Poslmaster.
General Post Office,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
4th September, 1951.


SAINT VINCENT
BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE LAND AND
HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE,
CAP. 194 (REV. EDN.)

The Magistrate of the Colony will
hold Special Sessions for the purpose of
hearing objections to and appeals from
the assessments made by the Tax
Officers of St. Ge,-rge's Parish, District
1; Charlotte Parish, District 2; St.
Andrew's Parish, District 3 ; St. Patrick's
Parish, District 4; St. David's Parish,
District 5 ; and the Grenadines. District
6; as relate to property in the First,
Second and Third Magisterial Districts.
Tho Sessions will be held at the fol-
lowing places at 12 o'clock noon :-
District 1, at the Police Station at
Calliaqna on Tuesday the 23rd
day of October and at the Court
House. Kingstown, on Tuesday
the 30th day of October, 1951.
District 2, at the Police Station at
Georgetown on Friday the 19th
day of October, 1951.
District 3, at the Police Station at
Layou on 2 tuesday the 9th day of
October, 1951.
District 4, at the Police Station at
Barrouallie, on Friday the 12th
day of October, 1951.
District 5, at the Police Station at
Chateaubelair, on Tuesday, the
16th day of October, 1951.
District 6, at the Police Station at
Port Elizabeth, Bequia on
Wednesday the 3rd day of October,
1951.
Notice of intention to object to any
assessment must ble given not less than
ten days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Session at which the
objection is to be heard.
D. K. McINTRYE,
.1 ,'**.it, .
Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
28th August, 1951.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The undermentioned livestock have
been seized for a breach of Section 4 (1)
of the Import and Export (Control) Re-
gnlations 1939, as amended by Section
2 of thli Import an:l Export (Control)
Regulations 1940:-
3 Fowls.
V. D. ARCHER,
Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS,
17th September, 1941.














'280 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.--(No. 49).


CUSTOMS NOTICE.


Under Section 28 Cap. 183 (Customs Ordinance) the undermentioned goods
will be sold by public auction on Wednesday, 3rd October, 1951, unless they are
duly cleared or re-warehoused.

Goods Bonded in No. 1 Warehouse.
Date


Name of Ship.


Indore


2. 50 Lady Nelson
2. 50 Manto


Interpreter
C.L.M. Tannis
Megna
Alcoa Pegasns

Lady Nelson
Manto


Daerwood
Plato
Cuidad Bolivar
Alcoa Pegasus
Plato
Eugenia A.
Senator
Maissoneuve
Park
C.L.M. Tannis


Maissoneuve
Park


Consignees.


J. H. Hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazell
Sons & Co. Ltd.
do.
O. D. Brisbane
J. H. Hazell
.do.


Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazell

do.
do.
Barclays Bank
J. H. Hazell
do.
Corea & Co.
J. H. Hazell
do.
Corea & Co.

J. H. Hazell


Corea & Co.


Marks,



EGE

LJW
PHVC


Quantity and Description
of Goods.


1 case Cigarettes

3 cases Sliced Beet Root
1 case Cigarettes


MBEL 2 bags Fireclay
1 carton of Ladies hats
EG 4 boxes Dutch stoves
BB/AC 1 bale Unproof Flax
SCanvas
N/M 1 single Oval Pot
EG 10 cartons Palm Olive
Soap
11 1 case Dental Cream
JTS 1 case Cocoa
HH 25 cartons Rolled Oats
JTS 1 loose Dutch Stove
LJW 3 cases Vegetable juices
RSB 1 crate Earthenware
RSB 4 cartons Sandals
RDC 1 loose Cistern
CMSBB
944 2 Brls. Anchor Chains
Capt. Moses
Mitchell 1 Suitcase Personal
Effects


CMSBB
944


2 only Anchors


In Warehouse for over a year and unaccounted for

Rev. F. Wain ... 1 case Old Christmtas Cards
RJS St. Vincent ... 1 case cooking f;at
LJW/SP ... 1 bag split peas
A St. Vincent ... 1 case GMU
CF Ltd. Barbados ... 1 case GMU
N/M ... 2 Iron bars

Goods Bonded in Warehouse No. 2.


Date Name of Ship. Consignees. Marks. Quantity and Description
Warehoused. of Goods.


18. 2. 50 Rainbow M Barclnys Bank HI) 1 case Flavouring Ex-
tract samples
14. 3. 50 Lidy Rodney Corea & Co. PHV 1 case Tinned better
25. 3. 50 Queen J. H. Hazeli HFF 1 hag Sling chain
Adelaide
2. 5. 50 Lady Nelson Coren & Co. 1'HV 1 carton Ovaltine
25. 3. 50 Queen J. H. Hazell PHV 10 cases Cigarettes
Adelaide


Date
Warehoused.


1. 2. 50


1. 4. 50
19. 6. 50

19. 6. 50
18. 7. 50
1.9. 7. 50
19. 8. 50
12. 2. 49
14. 4. 50
11. 11. 49
9. 12. 49
12. 11. 49

18. 4. 50


12. 11. 49


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1'8 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(N6. 49). A


Gooils ondid in Spirit Wareho0use.

1.945 Endeavour W i 20 ) 5 cartons Sunshine hum
- 3. 12. 46 Gardenia W SGdeF 1 carton Robinson Crusoe
Rum
3. 2. 47 Endeavour W A 47 AA 10 cartons Alarco Rum
11. 12. 48 Clio VEPE 20 cartons Gents Whiskey
13. 1. 49 Governeur C & Co. 2 cases Charles Driom Cham-
Mouttet pagne
21. 7. 49 Belle Queen GAV 6 cartons Scotts' Liquer Rum

The undermentioned packages also unclaimed for over one year will be sold
on abovementioned date.


Marks.
N/M












Mrs. K. Webb
Mrs. A. D. W. Johnson


Description and Contents.
11 buckets
2 bath pans
3 baby rocking chairs
1 baby sitting chair
'2 toy wheelbarrows
1 tricycle
1 engine part
1 small bamboo basket
3 tins paint
1 case Fluffo Oil &c.
1 piece canvas
2 pieces earthenware
1 Dutch stove
11 bag bolts, screws &c.
1 package chocolates
1 box merchandise.

V. D. ARCHER,
Collector of Customs.


H.M. CUSTOMS,
15th September, 1951.

NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Liquor
Licensing Sessions will be held in the undermentioned 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. Time and Place of Session.
St. George and St. Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown, on
Wednesday, 19th September, 1951, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Charlotte ... ... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 21st ,eptenmber, 1951, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon.
St. David ... ... At the Court House, Chateanbelair, on
Tuesday, 18th September, 1951, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
St. Patrick ... ... At the Court House; Barrouallie, on
Friday?, 14th ,eptember, 1951, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon.
Grenadines ... .. At the Court House. at Port Elizaleth,
B3eq(ui. on Wr]edisday, :rd October,
1951. at 11 o'clock in tlie forenoon.
Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate statilng in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must h)l served( upon tle ;alplicanti and
upon the Magistrate nolt less lhaa seven / days before the day fixed for lte hold-
ing of this Licensing Session.
D. K. MclNTYRE.
Magistrate.














282 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 49).


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.

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


St. George and Gladstone King Shopkeeper Kingstown Calliaqua
St. Andrew Park
Peter DaSilva do. do. Kingstown

Owen Jack Parlour- Kingstown do.
keeper
Mrs. Melvina Shopkeeper Ohauncey Chauncey
King
Lincoln Slater do, Vermont Vermont

Newton Samuel do. do. do.

Owen Forde Parlour- Evesham Kingstown
keeper Vale
Alphaeus Bacchus Shopkeeper Mesopo- Glenside
tamia
Charlotte ... Bentley Chewitt do. South South Rivers
Rivers
Charles Cassing- do. George- Georgetown
ton Jones town
Edmund Crozier do. do. do.

Henry Young do. do. do.


D. K. McINTYRE,
Magistrate.
Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
31st August, 1951.


GENERAL ELECTIONS 1951.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.

A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can only
vote in such division and only at the polling station relating thereto.
Presiding officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD.
Description & Number of Polling Division. Location of Polling Station.

Polling Division No. 1 :-Windsor Forest -i
Richmond Vale Wallibou. Land Settlement Pay Office-Rich-
mond Vale.
Polling Division No. 2 :-Town of Cha-
teaubelair. Chateaubelair Methodist School..
Polling Division No. 3 :-Sharpe's Pe-
tit Bordel Dark View Rose Bank. Land Settlement Pay Office-Petit
Bordel.
Polling Division No. 4 :-Rose Hall Jack
Hill. Methodist Building at Rose Hall.
Polling Division No. 5 :-Troumaca. Troumaca Government School.
Polling Division No. 6 :-Coull's Hill -
Westwood. Westwood Methodist School.
Polling Division No. 7 :-Spring Village -
Coco Mangaroo Cumberland -
Gordon Village. Spring Methodist School.















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Description & Number of Polling Division.
Palling Division No. 8 :-Wallilabou -
Kearton's Gabriel Bottle & Glass
Northern Portion of Town of Bar-
rouallie.
Polling Division No. 9 :-Southern portion
of Town of Barrouallie Three Acres
Reversion Glebe Peter'S Hope
Mt. Wynne.


Location of Polling Station.



Barrouallie Police Station.



Barrouallie Anglican School.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1 :-Rutland Vale -
Northern Portion of Layou.
Polling Division No. 2 :-Southern portion
of Layou Layou Hill Akers.
Polling Division No. 3 :-Penniston -
Hope Cane Grove Buccament Bay
Pembroke.

Polling Division 'No. 4 :-Table Rock -
Francois Dubois Retreat Ver-
mont Maloney Old Mountain -
Queensbury.
Polling Division No. 5 :-Rilland Hill -
Clare Valley Chauncey.

Polling Division No. 6 :-Questelles.
Polling Division No. 7 :-Camden Park.

Palling Division No. 8 :-Lowmans Ot-
tley Hall.

Polling Division No. 9 :-Edinboro Fort
Road Fort Charlotte.


Location of Polling Station.

Layou Government School.

Layou Police Station.


Messrs. J. Punnett's Cotton Building
(Cane Grove).



Buccament Government School.

Miss Nina Galley's Grocery-Clare
Valley.
Questelles Government School.
Government Dispensary Camden
Park.

Mr. Da Silva's Shop (Chesterfield
Cottage).

Edinboro Cottage (Govt. Building).


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1 :-Mcntrose Re-
demption Sharpe's Green I ill -
Bowood.
Polling Division No. 2 :-Kingslowii Park
Newtown Lodge Village.
Polling Division No. 3 :--Buckhorn -
Paul Over Richmond Hill

Polling Division No. 4 :-Frenches Mur-
ray Road Richmond Hill Village.
Polling Division No. 5 :-Egmont Street -
James Street Sharpe's Street Long
Wall.
.Polling Division No. 6 :-Paul's Avenue -
White Chapel Mackie's Hill Gram-
mar School Byeway.
Polling Division No. 7 :-Higginson Street
Melville Street Bedford St. Hills-
boro St. Egmont St.
Polling Division No. 8 :-Road to Leeward
Bentinck Square North River Road
Higginson Street.
Polling Division No. 9 :-Rose Place in-
cluding Road to Edinboro terminating
at Battery Hill.


Location of Polling Station.


The Nurse's Home (Montrose).

Girl Guide Hut-Kingstown Park.

Mr. Mc Lean's House-Richmond
Hill.

Richmond Hill Government School.


Public Library (upstairs).


Court House.


Labour Deportment.


Anglican School.


Sanitary Department.














,284 .SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 49).


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ST. GEORGE.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1 :-Dorsetshire Hill
Orange Grove.
Polling Division No. 2 :-Meek Welcome
Dauphine Ashburton Gomea.
Polling Division No. 3 :-Fairburn Pasture
Whim Belmont Southwood.
Polling Division No. 4 :-Choppins Har-
mony Hall Ribishi Belvidere -
Brighton Prospect Rathomill.
Polling Division No. 5 :-Glen Golden
Vale Glebeland Fairhall Calli-
aqua.
Polling Division No. 6 :-Belair Foun-
tain.
Polling Division No. 7:-Arnos Vale -
Cane Hall.
Polling Division No. 8 :-Quarry Cane
Garden Sion Hill (A-J).
Polling Division No. 9 :-Quarry, Cane
Garden, Sion Hill (K-W).

ELECTORAL DISTRICT 0
Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1 :-Kilburney -
Riley's Carriere Collins.

Polling Division No. 2 :-Golden Grove -
Mt. Pleasant Mountain Freeland -
Carruth Farm Montague.

Polling Division No. 3 :-Upper Richland
Park Montreal Kelly.

Polling Division No. 4 :-Lower Richland
Park Hopewell Gaskill Stuart
Greggs and Simpsons.

Polling Division No. 5 :-Argyle Cane
End -- Escape Glenside Yambou
Jackson's Pasture Sayers Dum-
barton and Mesopotamia.
Polling Division No. 6 :-Akers Hill Cal-
der Rescue Village.
Polling Division No. 7 :-Ponsomby -
Evesham Pilgrim Hill Belvidere -
Mountain Evesham Vale.
Polling Division No. 8 :-Glamorgan -
Mc Carthy Joseph's Land Carapan
Enhams Rivulet Diamond.
Polling Division No. 9 :-Upper Stubbs -
Victoria Village.
Polling Division No. 10 :-Lower Stubbs.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF
Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1 :-South Rivers -
Three Rivers.
Polling Division No. 2 :-Park Hill.

Polling Division No. 3 :-Friendly Village
Belle Vue Mt. Greenan Sans
Souci.


Location of Polling Station.

Dorsetshire Hill Government School.

Gomea Methodist School.

Mr. Govia's Dance Hall (Belmont).


Mr. Gibson's Shop (Prospect).


Calliaqua Police Statio-a.

.Belair Health Centre.

Mrs. King's Dance Hall- arnos Vale.

Mr. Webb's House (Sion Hill).

Mrs. Ash's House (Kingstown Hill).

F SOUTH WINDWARD.
Location of Polling Station.

The Carriere House (Mrs. F. Child's
Residence).


Mrs. Agustus Browne's Shop (Free-
land, Mesopotamia).

Mr. Edward Lewis' Shop (Upper
Richland Park).


Mr. Edward Richardson's Shop
(Hopewell).



Mesopotamia Police Station.

Mr. Griffith Thomas' Shop (Calder).


Evesham Methodist School.


Diamond Airport Building.

Stubbs Police Station.
Stubbs Government School.

CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Location of Polling Station.

South Rivers Methodist School.
Mr. Daniel D'Andrad's Residence
(Park Hill).


Colonarie Police Station.
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, LU51.-(No. 49). 285


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 4 :-Diamond Village
New Adelphi Lively Village.

Polling Division No. 5 :-Chapmans -
New Grounds North Union.

Polling Division No. 6 :-Higher Lowmans
Lower Lowmans Lauders and
Hadley's Village.
Polling Division No. 7 :-Greggs.
Polling Division No. 8 :-Bridgetown -
Massey Cedars South Union.
Polling Division No. 9 :-Peruvian Vale -
Spring Biabou Simonds New
Prospect.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF

Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1 :-Fancy-Owia.
Polling Division No. 2 :-Sandy Bay -
Big Sands.

Polling Division No. 3 :-Overland Tou-
rama Orange Hill Waterloo Ra-
bacca.
Polling Division No. 4 :-Langley Park -
Mt. Bentinck.
Polling Division No. 5 :-Caratal Chili
Roseneat Cottage.
Polling Division No. 6 :-O'Brien's -
Dickson's.
Polling Division No. 7 :-Georgetown -
Corbeau Village.
Polling Division No. 8 :-Grand Sable -
Chester Cottage Byera.
Polling Division No. 9 :-Mt. William -
Mangrove Gorse Colonarie.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 01

Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1 :-Bequia (Indus-
try Spring Hope Port Elizabeth
Pretoria).
Polling Division No. 2 :-Bequia (Hamil-
ton Ocar).

Polling Division No. 3 :-Bequia (Union
Estate Belmont Mt. Pleasant -
Friendship Tony Gibbons Lower
Bay.

Polling Division No. 4 :-Bequia (La Pom-
pe Paget Farm Isle de Quatre).

Polling Division No. 5 :-Mustique (The
island of Mustique).
Polling Division No. 6 :-Canouan (The
island of Canouan)
Polling Division No. 7 :-Mayreau (The
island of Mayrcau).


Location of Polling Station.

Mr. Robert Andrews' Residence
(downstairs) Diamond Village.

New Grounds Methodist Church
Hall.


Lowmans Anglican School.
Greggs Government School.

Cedars Dispensary.


Biabou Police Station.


NORTH WINDWARD.

Location of Polling Station.
Estate House (Owia).

Government Dispensary (Sandy
Bay.


Estate House (Orange Hill).

Estate House (Mt. Bentinck).

Georgetown Government School.

Dicksons Methodist School.

Georgetown Police Station.

Byera Anglican'School.

Colonarie Roman Catholic School.


i THE GRENADINES.

Location of Polling Station.


The Court Room (Police Station).

Miss Genevieve Newton's Shop-
(Ocar, Reform, Bequia).



Sunny Caribbee Hotel (Belmont, Be-
quia).

Bequia Government School (Paget
Farm).

Mystique Government School.

Canouan Government School.

Mayreau Government School.














:286 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1951.-(No. 49).


Description & Number of Polling Division. Location of Polling Station.
Polling Division No. 8 :-Union Island
(Clifton). The Court Room (Revenue Office).
Polling Division No. 9 :-Union Island
(Ashton). Union Island Government School.


P. CECIL LEWIS,
Supervisor of Elections.

15th September, 1951


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S/Vv C TATIUTORY RULES AND ORDER&,

S1951, No. 90.


CES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 32) NOTICE.


(Gazetted 18th September, 1951).


1. Short title. This Notice should be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 32) TNotice.

2. Amendment. The First Schedule Part A to the Prices Control Order
1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is further amended by deleting all the words, figures and
symbols occurring in the columns opposite the articles, "Peanuts," "Cassava
Starch," "Poultry-Chicken (for table)," and substituting therefore the following:
FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.

Article. Maximum Wholesale Price Maximum Retail Price.
Area -A" Areas '"B & C."
Peanuts $12.00 per 100 Ibs. 16c. per lb. 15c. per lb.
Cassava Starch $8.00 pwr 100 ]lbs. l0c. per lb. 9c. per lb.
Poultry-Chicken for
table 36c. per lb. 34c. per lb.

FIRST SCHEDULE-PART B.

2. Amendment I. 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 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended
by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite
the articles : Golden Shell Motor Oils," Golden Shell Gear Oil," "Shell Spirax,"
Shell Talpa," Shell X 100 Motor Oils," Esso Extra Motor Oil," Essolube Motor
Oil (All Grades)," "Essolube Gear Oil (All Grades)," "Esso Cup Grease," "Esso
Gear' Grease," Shell Motor Grease," Shell Tracol No. 2 Gear-In Bulk (Loose),"
Domestic Gasolene," "Corned Beef-' Swift '," Onions-Madeira," "Potatoes-
Dutch," Coffee-Ground," and substituting therefore the following:

3/0V 7-273










Maximum Wholesale Pricae


Golden Shell Motor.
Oils-In Drums

Ex-Cabinet






5 A.G.G1 Pail

1 A.G.G1. Tin
5 Qrt. GL, Tin
I GIn. Tin
Golden Shell Gear Oil-
In drums (All Grades)
Golden Shell Gear Oil-
In 6 A.G. Pails
Shell Spirax-SAE-90
In drums
Shell-Spirax-S AE-140
In drums
Shell Spirax-SAE-90
& 140-5 A.G. Pails
Shell Talpa-30 & 40
In Drums

In 5 Gln. Pails
Shell X 100 Motor
Oils-In Drums

In Pails-5 Imp. Gls.

In 1 A.G. Tins
In 5 Qrt. Tins
In j gal. Tin
Esso Extra Motor Oil
No. 1 to 3-1 qrt. tins
No. 3 to 5-5 qrt. tins
Essoluihe Moto. Oil
(All Grades) In Drums
Ex Cabinet


$2.60 per Imp. Gal.

$2.64 per Imp. Gal.

$1.32 per 1 Imp. Gal.

66c. per f Imp. Gal.

33c. per Imp. Gal.

$12.00 per pail

$2.80 per tin
$3.12 per tin
60c. per tin

$2.60 per Imp, Gal.

$12.80 per pail

$3.50 per Imp. Gal.

$3.50 per Imp. Gal.

$16.50 per pail

$2.60 per Imp. Gal.

$14.25 per pail

$2.80 per Imp. Gal.

$15.70 per pail

$2.84 per tin
$3.46 per tin
64c. per tin

70c. per tin
$3.54 per tin

$2.60 per Imp. Gal.

$2.64 per Imp. Gal.

$1.32 per I Imp. Gal.


Area 'A" Area B" Area "C."

$2.60 per $2.60 per $2.60 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$2.64 per $2.64 per $2.64 per
SImp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$1.32 per j $1.32 per.' $1.32 per -
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
66c. per 1 66c. per / 66c. per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
33c. per 33c.per 33c. per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$12.00 per $12.00 per $12.00 per
pail pail pail
$2.80 per tin $2.80 per tin $2.80 per tin
$3.12 per tin $3.12 per tin $3.12 per tin
60c. per tin 60c. per tin 60c. per tin

$2.60 per $2.60 per $2.60 per
Imp, Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$12.80 per $12.80 per $12.80 per
pail pail pail
$3.50 per $3.50 per $3.50 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$3.50 per $3.50 per $3.50 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$16.50 per $16.50 per $16.50 per
pail pail pail
$2.60 (per $2.60 per $2.60 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$14.25 per $14.25 per $14.25 per
pail pail pail
$2.80 per $2.80 per $2.80 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$15.70 per $15.70 per $15.70 per
pail pail pail
$2.84 per tin $2.84 per tin $2.84 per tin
$3.46 per tin $3.46 per tin $3.46 per tin
64c. 4c. per ti c. per tin 64c. per tin

70c. per tin 70c. per tin 70c. per tin
$3.54 per tin $3.54 per tin $3.54 per tin

$2.60 per $2.60 per $2.60 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$2.64 per $2.64 per $2.64 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$1.32 per $1.32 per $1.32 per
SImp. Gal.i Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.


i


Maximum Retail Price.


Article.*







2471


Article.

Essolube Motor Oil
(All Grades) in Drums
Ex Cabinet


Essolube Gear Oil (All
Grades) In Drums

In 6 A.G. Pails
Esso Cup Grease (In
Bulk) Loose
Esso Cup Grease-
In 1 lb. tins
Esso Gear Grease
(In Bulk) Loose
Shell Motor Grease-
Retinax "C" (in bulk)
Loose
In 5 lb tins
In 1 lb. tins
Shell Tracol No. 2-Gear
In Bulk (Loose)
Domestic Gasolene-
In cases
Corned Beef-'Swift'

Onions--Madeira
Potatoes-Dutch
Coffee-Ground


Maximum Wholesale Price.


66c. per | Imp. Gal.

33c. per k Imp. Gal.

$2.68 per Imp. Gal.

$13.00 per pail

34c. per lb.

50c. per tin

38c. per lb.


34c. per lb.
$2.34 per tin
50c. per tin

42c. per lb.

$9.10 per case
$31.16 per cs. of 48-12 oz.
tins
$12.68 per crate of 110 lb.
$6.54 per crate of 661bs.
$1.32 per lb. in lots of 20
lb. or more


Maximum Retail Price.


Area "A" Area "B" Area C."

66c. per j 66c. per j 66c. per -
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
33c. per 33c. per 1 33c. per -
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$2.68 per $2.68 per $2.68 per
Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal. Imp. Gal.
$13.00 per $13.00 per $13.00 per
pail pail pail
34c. per lb. 34c. per lb. 34c. perlb.

50c. per tin 50c. per tin 50c. per tin

38c. per lb. 38c. per lb. 38c. per lb.


34c. per lb. .34c. per lb. 34c. per lb.
$2.34 per tin $2.34 pertin $2.34 per tin
50c. per tin W0c. per tin 50c. per tin

42c. per Ib. 42c. per lb. 42c. per lb.

$9.10 per case $9.10 per es. $9.10 per cs.

74c. per tin 75c. per tin 76c. per tin
14c. perl b. 15c. per lb. 16c. per lb.
12c. perlb. 13c. perlb. 14c. per lb.

.].:..2 per lb. $1.53 per lb. $1.54 per lb.


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

Made by the Competent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 15th day of September, 1951.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(T 20/1949).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


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