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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Pthlishtd bp luthorift.


Vol. 88.] SAINT VINCENT. THURSDAY, 10 FEBHRUALRY. 1955. [No. 8.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 39.
VISIT OF HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS MARGARET.

The following text of a telegiam which hi:s been received by His Excel-
lency the Governor of the Windwai d Islands it on Her Royal highnesss Tihe
Princess MARGARET through His Exc(llency ilhe Gover-nor of Trinidad is pI)b)-
lished for general information :-
"Deeply touched by your kind mess-age and greatly look forw\;ard to my
forthcoming visit to you."
4th February, 1955.
(A. 11/1950 II)

No. 40.
Her Royal Highness Tke Princess MARGARET. accompanied by His Excel-
lency the Governor of the Windward Islands. Sir EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM,
K.C.M.G., C.V.O., O.B.E., and Lady BEETHAM, visited the Colony on Tuesday,
8th February, 1955, arriving by H.M.Y. Brittinnia" at 3.45 p.m.
Her Royal Highness departed the same evening at 7 o'clock for Barbados.
10th February, 1955.

No. 41.
GOVERNOR'S DEPUTY.

With reference to Government Notice No. 40 of 10th February, 1955, Mr.
L. COOLS-LARTIGUE, O.B.E., Chief Secretary. Windward Islands. acted as
Governor's Deputy during His Excellency's absence from Grenada.
10th February, 1955.

No. 42.
DEPARTURE OF GOVERNOR.

With reference to Government Notice No. 40 of 10th February, 1955. His
Excellency Sir EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM, K.C.M.G., C.V.O., O.B.E.. acco m-
panied by Lady BEETHAM and his A.D.C., left the Colony, by air, for Grenada
on Wednesday 9th February, at 11 a.m.
10th February, 1955.
(A. 2/1950 II).


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36 SAINT VINCENT, THUIhSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8).


No. 43.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

It is notified for general information that thrre will be a mcet-in of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chbimber. Kingstown, on ThutrsdWt, 17th
February, 1955 at 10 a.m.
A cordi(tl invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
10th February, 1955.
(A. 1/1949 II).



No. 44.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

The following list of Justices of the Peace for the Colony is published for
general information :-


Name.
Alves, Joseph
Archer, V. D.

Balfour, Ralph
Ballah, Esau ......
Brereton, R. M.
Browne, C. F.
Browne, L. W.

Child, Frank
Connell, S. C., M.B
Coombs, Henry A.
Daisley, H. E. A. (J
DaSantos, A. B. C.
Davis, H. A., O.B.]
Dougan, John A.
Drayton, Alonzo D
Dunn, Rev. J. R. A.
Fraser, Edward P.
A .!. d'


Profession, occupation or
calling.


..... Proprietor
I... ... Retired Civil Servant

...... ...... Planter
...... ...... Head Teacher
...... ...... Retired School Teacher
...... ...... Head Teacher
...... ...... Retired Agricultural
Officer
..... Planter
.E. Retired Civil Servant
...... ...... Merchant
nr.) .... School Teacher
...... ...... Planter
E. ...... Merchant
...... ...... Proprietor
. ..... Proprietor
...... ...... Minister of Religion
..... Proprietor


Hadley, Hon. W. A., C.B.E ...... Planter


Hazell, Claude
Hobson, Major F. M. C.,
M.B.E., E.D.
Jackson, Lawrence ......
Joachim, E. A.
John, Errey B.
Jones, Rev. F. Bertram
Maingot, Everard L.
McIntosh, Cyril
McIntosh, Sydney V.
McMillan, Kenneth J. E
Minors, Rupert
Nanton, W. A. G. ......
Prescod, C. W.
Providence, L. A ......
Punnett, Hon. Arnold
gan, C.B.E.
Punnett, Duncan ......
Punnett, Langley ......
Punnett, Lewis L. ......
Richards, J. E ......
Sandy, G. M ...... ......
Saunders, T. M .......
Stephens, George ......
Stephens, P. S ......
Theobalds, V. P. ......
Tucker, J ...... ......
We'ekes, D. Elson ......
Woods, J. D.
10th February, 1955.
(J. 8/1948).


...... Proprietor


...... Estate Manager
...... Estate Manager
_.. Merchant
...... School Teacher
...... Minister of Religion
...... Proprietor
...... Planter
...... Proprietor
. ...... Medical Practitioner
...... Estate Manager
...... Planter
...... Retired Civil Servant
...... School Teacher
lor-
...... Planter
...... Planter
...... Planter
...... Proprietor
...... Merchant
...... School Teacher
... School Teacher
...... School Teacher
...... Merchant
...... Retired Civil Servant
...... Merchant
..... Civil Servant
..... School Teacher


Place of residence.
Union Island
Cane Garden

Canouan
Biabou
Layou
Marriaqua

Union Island
Grand Sable Estate
Kingstown
Georgetown
Stubbs
Colonarie
Sion Hill
Calliaqua
Mesopotamia
Georgetown
Layou

Union Estate
Bequia

Georgetown
Owia
Barrouallie
Belair
Layou
Mustique
Bequia
Bequia
Kingstown
Chateaubelair
Biabou
Kingstown
Troumaca

Diamond Estate
Pembroke
Peniston
Villa
Georgetown
Barroualli.
Murray Road
Colonarie
Georgetown
Kingstown
Chateaubelair
Kingstown
Lowmans (Ld.)















SAINT VINCENT. THURSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8.) 37


No. 45.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES OF PRE-
PARED COCOA TO GOVERNMENT
INSTITUTIONS ETC., FOR THE
YEAR 1955.

Sealed Tenders will be received at
the Treasury until 3 o'clock ..mn. on
tuesday 15th day or February. 1955, for
the supply to Governmeni for the period
1st Marcih. to .1ist December, 1955. of
such quantities of the abovementioned
articles as may he daily or otherwise
required for the use of any Government
Department.
Tenders are to b) addressed to the
Colonial Treasurer, Treasury Chambers.
and distinctly marked on the envTlope
"Tender for Sunplies to Government
Institutions, etc."
10th February, 1955.


No. 46.


STAMP VENDORS.


The undernmentioned persons have
been appointed Licensed Stamp Vendors
for the year 1955:-
Kingstown.
H. GWENDOLYN CROPPER.
IRA YOUNG.
REGINALD COX.
F. H. So'rT.
VtLNA COX.
G. A. ROBERTSON.
FRED J. DARE.
ROBERT T. SAMUEL.
Georgietou'n.
J. E. RICHARDS.
La elou.
CYRIL VELOX.
Bequia.
CYRIL E. MclNTOSH.
thateaubelair.
FLORENCE .1. JAMES.
TUnion Tsland.
CONRAD ADAMS.
10th Febrnary. 1955.

No. 47.
UNION ISLAND LIBRARY
COMMITTEE.

The following persons have been ap-
pointed Members of the Union Island
Library Committee for 1955 :-
The Distri t Officer. Southern
Grenadines,-Chairman,
LISLE BROWN, Esq., J.P..
AUGUSTUS MITCHELL, Esq..
The Headteacher. Ashton Govern-
ment School.
10th February. 1955.


No. 48.
S ECONDMENT.

Mr. GEORGE MARSHALL, Dispenser.
Medical Department second d to the
post of Storekeeper, Colony Drug Store,
Grenada, with effPe.t from 1st February,
1955. for a period of three months in
the first instance.
10ih Fehruary. 1955.
(P.F. 161).

No. 49.
ARGENTINE CONSUL-GENERAL IN
LONDON.

With reference toGovernment Notice
No. 601 of 21st December, 1954, it is
notified for general information that
the Exequatur empowering Senor Don
JORGE IGNACIO NICOLINI to act as
Argentine Consul-General in London,
received Her Majesty's signature on the
30th J)ecember. 1954.
10th February. 19`5.
(R. 1/1948).


No. 35.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAl. OF
THE WEST INDIES.

Applications are invited for the post
of Senior Registrar in the Depalrtment
of Diagnostic Radiology at the above-
named teaching hospital which is in
special relationship wil l the University
of London. Preference will be ,iven to
candidates holding a diploma in diag-
nostic radioloh,.
The appointment -will be for one year
in the first instance, subject to renewal.
Salary will be in the scale 1,000 x 100
-.1.400 per annum, depending on
experience and qualifications. Single
acconinmodationl and board or a limited
number ,of unfurnished flats lor un-
married or ilarried Officers, :',e pro-
vided ata de'llicti on of 125 per annnm
or 5% of salary, respectively. Return
first class passage Iy sea will I'e 1p id for
one person only.
Further infornlwioi wnay be oblained
from the Hospital Mana.ger and Secre-
tary. University Coll.ge Hospital. Mona
P.O. Jamaica, B.W.1.. to whom applica-
tions stating age, nationality and details
of qnalific:itions and experience. to-
gether with three recent testimoninils or
the names and addresses of three ref-
erees and including the approximate
date on which the candidates could- be-
come availalhi. should be s, nt by the
28th of February, 1955.
1st February, 1955.












38 SAINT VINCENT. THURSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8).


No. 36.
VACANCY FOR ASSISTANT ATTORNEY
GENERAL, BRITISH HONDURAS.

Applications are invited for the post
of Assistant Attorney General, British
Hond uras, which will fall vacant about
the middle of 1955.
2. The duties of the post are:-
(1) To prosecute for the Crown in
the Courts of the Colony and
to appear for the Government
in civil proceedings;
(2) To act as legal adviser to Gov-
ernment, as directed by the
Attorney General ;
(3) To draft or assist in drafting
the laws of the Colony ;
(4) To perform any other duty and
render any f1'irther assistance
to the Attorney General as may
be directed.
3. The qualifications requireci are
those of a liarrister-:it-Law with at least
four years' practical experience.
4. The post is on the permanent and
pensionable establishment and carries a
salary in the scale of $3,120 x 120-
3,600 x 150-3.900 1E.B. $4,050 x 150-
4,200. ($1 B.H. = 1 Sterling). The
point of entry to the scale will depend
on the qualific itions and experience of
the successful candidate.
5. Except in the case of officers con-
firmned in their appointments with other
Government, the appointment will be
on prob-ttion for two years in the first
instance. The successful candidate will
be required to produce a medical certi-
ficate of fitness, and will be subject to
Colonial Regulations and to local Gen-
eral Orders.
6. Free Passages will be provided on
first appointment andi on leave for the
officer and his family, not exceeding
four persons in all. Leave with full
salary is at the rate of live days for each
completed month of resident service,
with a maximum of 180 days. The
length of a tour is 2 to 3 years.
Free passages of leave are provided for
the officer and his wife, subject to the
provision of funds annually by the Leg-
islative Assembly. When travelling on
duty a subsistence allowance of $2.50
a day for the first six (lays, $2.00 a day
after the first six days, and $1.75 a day
after the first thirty days, is paid.
7. Free quarters are not provided.
But, if Government quarters are allocat-
ed to the officer, rental is payable at the
rate of 71% of salary and the basic heavy
furniture is provided atan annual rental
of 6% of its total value.
8. Income Tax is payable in accord-
ance with local legislation.


9. Applications, containin-g full par-
ticulars, should be addressed to the
Colonial Secretary, Belize. British Hon-
duras, to reach him as soon as possible
and in any event not later than the
28th February, 1955.
1st February, 1955.



No. 29.
CLAIMS ON PROPERTY IN ENEMY
TERRITORY.

The following Orders in Council have
been received in the Colony and are
available for inspection at the Govern-
ment Office by persons interested :-
T'HB FOREIGN COMPENSATION (HUN-
GARY) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
1954 (S.I. 1954 No. 219)
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (RouM-
ANIA) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
1954 (S.I. 1954 No. 221.
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (BUL-
GARIA) (REGISTRATION) ORDER,
1954 (8.1. 1964 No. 220).
The purpose of these Orders in Conn-
cil is to enable the Foreign Compensa-
tion Commission to receive applications
to register details concerning claims
relating to nationalization or expropria-
tion of British property. or interests in
property, in Hungary, Rouimania, or
Bulgaria.
The l'oreign Compensation Conm-
mission already have the names and
addresses of a number of persons who
have written to the Foreign Office, and
application forms will be sent to them
at those addresses. If, owing to changes
of address, the application forms are not
received within a short time, those
applicants should write to the Secretary,
Foreign Compensation Com mission, 1,
Princes Gate, London, S.W.7, giving
their names and addresses and stating
under which Order in Council they
wish to apply for registration. Other
persons who wish to apply should write
direct to the Secretary. Foreign Com-
pensation Commission.
It is emphasized that no assurance
can be given that an application, or the
registration of a claim under the above-
mentioned Orders, will necessarily be
followed by negotiation by Her Majest) 's
Government in respect of that claim
with any foreign Government, or that
any compensation will be obtained. If,
in due course, negotiations are under-
taken concerning these or any other
categories of claims with a foreign
Government information contained in
claims registered under these Orders
may be of assistance to Her Majesty's
Government t.














SAINT VINCENT, THURSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8). 39


No application to register other cate-
gories of claims in respect of these
countries should be sent to the Foreign
Compensation Commission. Arrange-
ments for obtaining information about
claims against the countries concerned,
which arp not within the scope of the
present Orders, will be announced later
by the appropriate Department of Her
Majesty's Government.
25th January, 1955.



No. 50.
LEGISLATION.

The andier-mentioned Ordinances
which have been assented to by His Ex-
cellency the Governor are published for
general information with this issue
of the Gazette :-
No. 1 of 1955.-An Ordinance to
amend the Boy Scouts Associa-
tion Ordinance. 1950.

No. 2 of 1955.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Pension Or-
dinance, 1948.
10th February, 1955.



No. 51.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 31st October,
1954, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
10th February, 1955.



DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

INTERNAL EXHIBITION, 1954.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

The Internal Exhibition for 1954 has
been awarded to DENNIS P. AMBRIS.

W. M. LOPEY,
Headmaster.
10th February. 1955.


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Monday the 14th day of February, 1955,
commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
moned as Jurors or witnesses are com-
manded to give their personal atten-
(I ance.
10th February. 1955.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Court on Monday the 14th day of
February. 1955, commencing at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
10th February, 1955.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Monday the 14th
day of February, 1955, commencing at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar. 6Supreme Court.


REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
10th February, 1955.


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.

CONTROL NOTICES.

PURCHASE OF PRIVATE CARS
COMMERCIAL VEHICLES FROM


AND


DOLLAR SOURCES.

It is hereby notified for general infnr-
mation that there exists an allocation
of dollars for the purchase of private
cars and commercial vehicles from dol-
lar sources.
It is to be clearly understood that the
allocation has been allowed in order to
meet cases where essential need can be
proved and the following conditions
will be taken into account in assessing
the eligibility of applicants for licences
to import these vehicles :-














40 SAINT VINCENT. THURSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8).


(i) the purchase of a United State.
North American Vehicle is essen-
tial and no reasonable substitute
can be found in the non dollar
world ;
(ii) the cars are made available only
to users whose business or pub-
lic duties involve long distance
travel over up-country roads ;
(iii) the purchasers can establish that
they have a genuine need for ihis
type of car tor purpose of impor-
tance to the territory ;
(iv) no resale is allowed except to a
user who would qualify under
the same conditions as the origi-
nal sale.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
for Controller of Supplies.
26th January, 1955.

IMPORT CONTROL NOTICE (No. 1
of 1955)

WORLD OPEN GENERAL LICENCE
IN RESPECT OF CERTAIN
COMMODITIES.

With reference to the World Open
General Licence issued pursuani to
Section 5 of the Imports and Exports
Control Regulations, 1939, dated the
9th day of February 1954, the Schedule
is hereby amended by deleting all the
items therein and Substituting therefore
the following :-
1. Newsprint
2. Kraft Paper
3. Fish (Dried, smoked, pickled,
salted and canned)
4. Onions
5. Potatoes
6. Animal Feeding Stuffs
7. Cheese
8. Milk, powdered and canned
9. Split Peas
10. Meat
11. Sulphate of Amnqnia
12. Lumber and Wood Products.
2. The following items will be ac-
cepted as coming under the classification
of "Wood Products", and consequently
will need no licences for their import-
Shingles; Laths; Box Shooks; Staves;
Headings and barrel shook; Soft-
wood and Hardwood Plywood ;
Mouldings and trimmings of wood.
Dated this 15th day of January, 1955
C. R. WILLIAMS,
for Controller of Supplies.
(N.B. The effect of the above Notice is
that the above listed items are permitted to be
imported under World Open General Licence
and no specific licence is now necessary for the
importation into this Colony of these commo-
dities from a-y source)


It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that commencing on Monday,
the 21st February, 1955, the Control
Department Warehouse will be opened
for deliveries to the public on every
working day of the week from 8.30 a.m.
to 12 noon only, and persons having
business at the warehouse are particular-
ly asked to be early as no deliveries will
be made after 12 noon on any working
day.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
fbr Controller of Supplies.
7th February, 1955.


N- T.I.C E.

BY AUTHORITY OF THE KINGSTOWN
BOARD ORDINANCE.
Chapter 209 (Revised Edition).

ASSESSMENT LIST, 1955.

The Magistrate of the First District
will hold a Special Session AT THE
COURT HOUSE, KINGSTOWN, on
WEDNESDAY, the 23rd day of Febru-
ary, 1955 at 10.00 a.m. for the purpose
of hearing any appeals of which due
notice shall have been given against
assessment published in the Assessment
List for 1955.
E. F. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
Magistrate's Offipe.
Kingstown,
4th February, 1955.


DISTRIBUTION OF ROUMANIAN.
BULGARIAN AND HUNGARIAN ASSETS.

NOTICE is hereby given that Direc-
tions have been issued by Her Majesty's
Treasury in the United Kingdom for
the distribution of Roumanian, Bul-
garian and Hungarian assets among
citizens of the United Kingdom and
Colonies and British Protected Persons
who have certain claims against the
Governments or Nationals of those
three coqlntries.
2. For this purpose, Roumanian assets
held in the United Kingdom an,d, in the
Colonial territories will be dealt with
as a single fund as also will the Bulga-
rian and Hungarian assets. Eligible
claims will be met from each of the
three funds at dividends which will be
the same in. the Colonial territories, as
in the United Kingdom.
3. Persons who are citizens of the
United Kingdom and Colonies or Brit-
ish Protected Persons, now residing in















SAINT VINCENT, THURSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8). 41


this Colony. who may have any claims now residing in this Colony but who
similar to those which may be accepted was a resident of the United Kingdom
under the above Treasury Directions, on the 28th July 1952. such person will
are required to forward such claims to be able to make a claim to the United
me not later than the 31st January Kingdom Administrator under Section
1955 under the Roumanian Directions 5 (2) of the United Kingdom Directions
and the 28th February 1955 under the and should apply direct to the United
Bulgarian and Hungarian Directions. If Kingdom Administrator for the appro-
any such claims are received,Directions private form. This applies to the Bulga-
similar to those issued in the United rian and Hungarian Directions as well
Kingdom will be issued for the purpose as to the Roumanian Directions.
of dealing with such claims.
4. Where Bonds of the types specified DUDLEY F. JOHNSON,
in Part I of the First Schedule to the Custodian of Enemy Property.
United Kingdom Directions are held by
a citizen of the United Kingdom and 25th January, 1955.
Colonies or a British Protected Person (W. 55/1946).


TREASURY NOTICES.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become default-
ers under the Land and House Tax Ordinance", their properties having been levied
upon will be offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday, 5th March, 1955, at the Treasury,
Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
31st January, 1955.


No. Name


Adams Jessie
Allicotte Rosa
Bobb Samuel
Bascombe Luther
Browne Alexander
,, Elaine
Fanny
Bobb Ernest
Browne Ilrs. William
Burgin Catherine
D)acon Eleanor
Daniel Rlobertha
DaSilva Edmund
Davis Eliza
,, John Headley
Edwards Solomon E.
Farrell Amos N.
George Winifred
Harry Olga
Hayward Cornelius
Hercules Caroline
,, Newton
Hewitt, Sydney
Huggins Arnold
Hunte Mrs. Samuel
Jack Winifred
James Agatha
,, Richard
John Adolphus
,, Benjamin
,, Lincoln
,, Mary
Joseph Amelia
Knights Priscilla


Situation of Property

Carrier
Pilgrim Hill
Fair Hall
,, ,,

Reileys
Brighton
Belvidere
Meeks;
Fair Hall
,, ,,
Eveshamn
Mt. Pleasant
Dauphine
Cane Hall
Rose Cottage
Evesham Vale
Fair Hall
,, ,,
Argyle
Belmont
Fair Hall
Villa
Mt. Pleasant
Carrier
Reileys
Fair Hall
Calder
Fair Hall
Belair
Fair Hall
Gomea
Ashburton
Fair Hall


Description of Property

1 Rood
2 acres
I house spot
1 rood, 17 poles
1 house
I house
1 house spot
1 acre, 19 poles
I house spot
I acre, 3 roods
1 aere, 1 rood
I 1iouse spot
1 rood
I house
1 acre, 2 roods
1 house spot
I house
19 poles
I house spot
1 acre
I house
26 poles
1 house
1 acre
1 acre
1 rood
1 rood, 36 poles
2 acres 37 poles
1 house
I house spot
1 house
I house
I house spot
4 acres, 5 poles















42 SAINT. VINCENT, THURSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8).


Namre.
Martin James A.
McKenzie Isiah
Nicholas Hamilton
Robinson Charles
Rooks Mavis
Scipio Lucy
Soleyn Maude
Thomas Charles
,, Dansel
Warner William
Williams Cyril
,, Reuben
,, Wellington
Wilson Alice


Situation, of Property.
Evesham
Belair
Golden Grove Mt.
Reileys
Villa
<'alder
I elair

Argyle
Eveshamr
Duphine
Evesham Vale
Fair T-Iall
Reileys


Description of Property.
1 house spot
1 house
3 acres, 1 rood, 29 poles
I house spot
I house
1 acre, 2 rds. 8 poles
1 house spot


1 t ,,I
1 acre
1 house spot
I ,,
1 rood
1 acre, 1 rd.,
I house spot.


I pole


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentiened persons having become defaulters
underthe "Land and House Tax Ordinance", their properties having been levied
upon will be offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturuay 5th March, 1955, at the Treasury,
Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.,
31st January, 1955,


No. 2Nanem


Baptiste Joseph
Charles Henrietta'
Cato Ellen
Francois Clarice
Harry W. Benjamin
Pompey Adolphus
Prescott Gladys
Woods GIladsione


Situation of PrJperty

Sandy Bay
Freelaud
Mes-potamia
Sandy Bay
Camacribou
Hopewell
Richland Park


.Description of Property

1 House
1 ,
1 House Spot
1 House Spot
2 Roods
1 House
1 House Spot
1 7 ,,*


LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.

NoT'IcE is hereby given that the undermentioned persons have become defaulters
under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance ". Their properties having been levied
upon, will be offered for sale at 1.00 o'clock noon, on Saturday, 26th February, 1955,
at the Treasury, Kiugstown for the recovery of Taxes due.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY,
KINGSTOWN
26th January, 1955.

I ThRICT I.


No. Name of Owners.


Adams. Violet
Agard, ames
Alexander, Urias Albertine
Basconmhe, Loretta
Benjamin, Margaret
Bradshaw, Vernon
Charles, Abraham
,, Hamilton
Clarke, Charles


Situation of
Properties.

Victoria Village
Mt. Pleasant
Rivulet
Upper Stubbs
Coranms
Glamorgan
Brighton
Brighton
Mt. Pleasant


Description of
Properties.

1 House
2 ac. 0 rds. 24 ps.
1 rd. 29 ps.
I hcuse spot
5 cr'-s
1 house
1 l.oise spot.
1 house spot
5 ace. 2 rds. 30 ps.
















SAINT VINCENT, THURSDAY, 10 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 8). 4:!


Dick, Cephas
Daniel, Robertha
George, Allan
Huggins, Hrs. Foster D.
Lockhart, Rupert
McDonald, Veronica
Matthias, Harry J.
McDowall, John
McHardy, l>obert
Mayers, Charles
,, I live
Morgan, James
Paul, Ezekiel
Power, James
Reece, Albert
Richards, James A.
Ross, Thaddeus
Scipio, James
Simons, Amos
,, Horatio
Trotman, Lilian
Williams, Dulcina
Wright, Mary
Wyllie, Elmore


Calder
Enhams
Cartes
Golden Vale
Eivulet
('alder
Cartes
Calliaqua Glele
Golden Vale
Belvedere
Belvedere
Brighton
Calder
Lower Stubbs
Calder
UTiper Stubhb
Upper Stubbs
Ratho Mills
Brighton
Brighton
Prospect
Cartes
South Wood
Rivulet


3 acres
I house spot
2 rds. 21 ps.
92 acs. 0 rds. 29 ps.
4 acs. 3 rds. 37 ps.
3 aces. 1 rds. 20 ps.
1 house spot
I house spot
1 house, I spot
1 acre I rd. 8 ps.
I house spot
I house spot
2 acres 0 rds. 17 }i.
I house
70 ace. 3 rds. 37 ps.
3 roods
I house spot
1 house
1 house
I house spot
1 acre I rd. 16 ps.
I house
2 rds. 15 ps.
3 acs. 3 rds. 24 ps.


LAND AND


HOUSE TAX NOTICE.


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become d .-
faulters under the Land and House Tax Ordinance, their properties having t)eon
levied upon, will be offered for sale at 1.00 p.m. on Saturday, 19th Fdbruary, 1955,
at the Treasury, Kingstown for the recovery of taxes due.


TRnasURY CaAMBERS,
KINweTOWN,
24th January, 1956.

No. Name of Owner

1 Barker, Edmund
2 Bradshaw, James
3 Chandler, John
4 Boatswain, Evada
5 Clarke, Reuben
6 DeFreitas, Imelda
7 Guiley, Frederick
8 Hewitt, Sydney
9 Jack, Wallace
10 Lewis, Montgomery
11 Lockhart, Rupert
12 Marshall, Milton
13 Mcoowan, Henry
14 Medford, Frederick
15 Millington, Beatrice
16 Oilivierre, Emanuel
17 Ottley, Charles
18 Richards, George
19 Richardson, Estella
20 Robertson, George A.
21 Sales, Albertha
22 ,, Alvin
2s ,, David Alvin
24 ,, ,, Arthur
25 ,, Ivan
26 Steele, Clarence
27 Williams, Cyril Allan
28 Woodley, McUrias


A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Oslonial Treasurtr.


DISTRICT I


Situation


Beli
Rio]





Kin

Rich

Qua
Rich
Sion
Rich
Qua
'Kin
Lod1
Ric.
Sion
,|
,


Arno
Sion


on of Property Description of
Property
air I House Spot
hmond Hill 1 House
.. .. I ,, 1 spot
,, ,, 24 poles
,, ,, 1 House
,, ,, 1 House
,, ,
,, ,, 1 ,, I pot
gstown Park 3 acres, 1 pole
i, I 1P
ihmond Hill I ,, I spot

rry 29 poles
Almond Hill 1 House
Hill 1 House spot
hmond Hill 4 acres, 38 poles
rry 6 poles
gstown Park I acre, 3 rds. 38 poles
ge 1 House
miond Hill I ,
Hill 1 I
,, 6 acres
,, 1 House


1 House, 1 spot
is Vale 1 House
Hill 1 House


UW=STD "Y GU OYIWII? IMhIU, AT T= coYRITa P3.U!UI 013C,
KinasTOWN, NT. IWOcEfT.
[Price 24 cents.]





SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January-31st October, 1954.


Heads of Revenue.


1. Import Duties-
Import Duty
Trade Duty on Imported Liquor
Warehouse Rent ...
2. Export Duty ...
3, Excise Duty on Rum
Trade Duty
Cess on Sugar ....
4. Other Duties ...
5. Licences-Liquor
Motor Vehicles, &c....
Other ...
6. Taxes-income Tax
Land and House Tax
Other Taxes
7. Port and Harbour Dues-Toionage .i
Port
Landing Dues, Aircraft
8. Other Fees of Court, &c.
9. Post Office
10. Telephone
11. Rent of Government Property
Interest
11A. Sale of Government Property
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lanlds

liB. Loans and Advances-Repayments

13. Colonial Development & W/fare Schemes
14. Grant-in-Aid-Normal
15. Deferred Maintenance
Total Revenue S


for Estimate Actual Rvcnue Revenue for
for t for the period of same period of Increase Decrease
1954. the return, preceding year.
19o4._
$ c c. i $ c. $ c.
695,000 580,095 94 551,486 90 28,610 04
405 80 ... ... 405 80
4,500 2,538 77 3,362 09 ... ... 823 32
290,000 216,495 68 203,162 44 13,333 24 ......
188,200 156,102 50 129,323 50 26,779 CO ... ...
18,118 81 .. ... 18,118 81
500 2,821 00 ... 2,821 00...
65,500 97,970 30 39,725 78 58,244 52 ... ...
11,000 11,467 25 11.,132 80 334 45 ... ...
17,500 16,657 88 15,929 86 728 02
8,079 7,698 80 7,632 78 66 02
"., ',. ,,iu 279,825 77 252,116 45 27,709 32 ...
36,000 5,776 13 7,004 40 ... ... 1,228 21
18,200 14,563 06 15,701 63 ... 1,138 51
11,500 11,250 89 8,937 34 2,313 55 ... ..
.3,000; 2,913 07 2,559 91 353 16 ...
10 ... .. ... ...
. 156,074 143,214 73' 107,096 72 36,118 01 '.. ..
77,268 51,200 45 60,880 35 ... ... 9.679 9
17,900( 12,693 98 44,998 59 .. ... 32,304 6
4,600 3,728 04 4,993 50 1,26e5 41
3.335 10,076 78 7.286 61 2,790 17
... 110 00 24,586 36 ... ... 24,476 3
10.353 32,189 99 7,694 72 24,495 27 ...
1,876,519 1,659,391 01 1,524,136 34 224,695 77 89,441 1-
85,245 135,341 04 5,380- 23 129.960 81 .... ..
1,961.764 1,794,732 05 1,529,156 57 354,856 58 89,441 1
184.719 241,917 39 152,874 25 89,043 14.
415,000 244,032 00 490,580 70 ... ... 246,548 7
50,000 19,988 50 ... ... 19,988 50 ,
2,611-,4832.,300.669 94 2,172,971 52 463,688 22 335,989 8


Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January-31st October, 1954.


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
I
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3

2
2


estimate
for fthe


Aol
,id


Heads of Expenditure. year
1954. t]

. Governor ... 11,6411
2. Legislature ...' 27,920 2
3. Administration ... 117,066 9
4. Agriculture ... 97,549 6
5. Audit ... 11,661 1
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000
6A. Central Road Authority ... 118,520 11
6B. Central Water Authority ... 31,330 1
7. Charitable ... 24,152; 1
9. Education ,.. 343,002 27
0. Electricity .. 68,2141
1. Judicial ... 41,867, 3
2. Labour ... 11,515
3. Lands and Survey ... 20,145 1
4. Legal .. 8,2841
4A. Loans ... 84,000 7
5. Medical ... 443,599 3'
6. Miscellaneous ... 100,751 l(
7. Pensions ... 56,365 43
8. Police ... 193,605 1
9. Port and Marine ... 32,866
0. Post Office ... 55,807
1. Prisons ... 59,433
2.. Public Debt ... 37,858
3. Public Library ... 8,702
4. Public Works Department ... 68,211
5. Public Works Recurrent ... 76,860
!8. Subventions 92,704
9. Supply Control ..."
.0. 'Telephone ..24,950
'1. Treasury ...I 92,059
2,301,422 1,8
6- Public Works Extraordinary ... 75,342
6A D erred Maintenance ... 50,000
2,426,764 1,9
8. C lonial Develoinntian l Welfare Schemes 1.84,719 3;
ToTi1 Ex)enditure 2,611,483 2,2


tual Expen.
ure for the
period of
he return.


$
5,388
3,799
2,965
17,752
1,523
6,000
1,356
6,092
.9,775
.3,999

1,3705
7,939
5,765,
6.712
78,148
26,511
00,938
8,653
47,714

37.502

42,026C
4,739
51,086
79,759
27,864


C.
81
39
99
57
88
00
81
01
25
97

79
08
80
71
80
03
79
40
19
59
88
59
75
09
71
59
73


20,696 93
75,285 64.
12,673 77
69,244 49
77,493 43
59,411 69
31,901 93
91,313 62


Expenditure for
same period of I n crcp-e. Decrease.
preceding year.
$ c. $ c. $ c.
6,300 64 911 83
12,600 76 11,198 63
101,092 75 ...8,106 76
67,889 38 ... ... 136 81
9,630 28 1,893 50 ... ...
6,000 00 ... ... ... ...
90,287 72 21,069 09 ... ..
29,248 19 ... ... 13,156 18
12,989 86 6,785 39
259,437 36 14,562 61 ... ...
23,37A8 2( ... ... 23,373 26
28,454 65 5,251 14 ...
7,852 42 86 66
1 ,058 37 ... .. 292 57
7.530 3"- 817 64
9,621 00 68,527 80 ...
307,893 42 18,617 61
123,056 05 ... ... 22,117 26
59,061 78 ... ... 10,408 38
130,807 41 16,906 78
23,049 (-4 5.331 95
41,818 33 ... ... 4.315 45
52,480 25 1,914 66
31,225 53 10,801 22
5),16; 3 ... ... 427 27
53,160 37 ... ... 2,073 66
Cr 26,481 21 106,240 80
48.530 07 ... .. 20.665 34
11,714 69 .., 11,714 69
21,818 63 ... 1,121 70
58,474 25 16,811 39 ....
1,630,142 61; 304,084 57 121,553 146
34,052 27 35,192 22
93,023 <. ... 15,529 82
1,757,218 1 8339.276 79 137,083 28
166,871 87 165,030 06 ...
1,924,090 05 504, 06 85 137,083 28


TREASURY, A
14th December, 1954.
(IF. 20/11521)


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer


TREAI;URY, A
14th December, 1954.
(F. 20/[ )52 II)





Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st October, 1954.
i :H


1953


307,539 001 DEPOSITS :-
Special Funds
Less Investments thereon

OVERDRAFTS:-


$ c.

... 993,865 00
715,739 00


16 C.


278,126 00


1953

$ c.0
413,769 00


Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund ...1 374,400 00 00


Less Cash :- 186,322 00
$ .c.
At Treasury & Sub-Treasuries 8,067.00
With Crown Agents 1,040,00
Imprests 11,741.00
At Barcltays Bank 252,159.00 273,007 00 101,393 00


292,552 001 GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:-
$ c.
Revenue as at 31st October. 1954 2,300,670.00
Expenditure as at 31st October. 1954 2,291,313.00 9,357 00


Add Adjusted Balance as at 1st January, 1954 ... 171,051 00 180,408 00

0().091 00 559,927 00 .600,091 00,


ADVANCES:-
Authorised Specifically
Less Sundry Deposits


Add Other Advances


$ c.

... 805,121 00
... 450,440 00

.354,681 00
... 205,246 00
1-


CASH:


2 c.





559,927 00


















559,927 00


NOTEs :-
1. The Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities) stood at $638,001.00 as at 31st October. 1954, and the Accumnrulated Funds for its redemption at$180,422.
2. The General Revenue Balance is further explained as under:-


Revenue as at 31st October, 1954
Less C.D.W. Revenue

Expenditure as at 31st October. 1954
Less C.D.W. Expenditure

Surplus as at 31st October, 1954
Add Adjusted Balance as at 1st January 1954


Surplus to date
Less C.D.W. Deficit

Balance as at 31st October, 1954


0 , 't,


g (C.
2,300,670 00
... 241,917 00

.. 2,291.313 00
... 331,902 00


$ c.

2,058,753 00


1,959,411 n)

99,342 00
171,051 00

270.393 00
89,985 00

180,408.00


TREASURY" CIAMB.BRS,
SAINT VINCENT,
14th December, 1964.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.




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