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Publication Date: February 15, 1955
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 88.] s.\INT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1955.


[No. 9.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 52.
APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNOR, WINDWARD ISLANDS, TO BE GOVERNOR.
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

The following announcement is published for general information :-
It is announced by the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. Alan
Lennox Boyd, that Her Majesty the Queen has been pleased to approve of
the Appointment of Sir EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM, K.C.M.G., C.V.O.,
O.B.E., Governor and Commander in Chief of the Windward Islands, to be
Governor and Commander in Chief of Trinidad and Tobago in succession to
Major General Sir HUBERT RANCE, G.C.M.G., G.B.E., C.B., who is shortly
retiring from that appointment."
15th February, 1955.

No. 53.
WEST INDIAN FEDERATION.

The following announcement made by the Secretary of State for the Colonies
is published for general information:-
"By agreement of West Indian Governments concerned, Her Majesty's
Government have now arranged for Conference mentioned in Secretary of
State's statement of February 2nd on Federation to take place in Trinidad
between 13th and 18th March. The Conference will reconsider the question
of control of movement of persons between one member territory of the pro-
posed Caribbean Federation and another.
The Chairman of the Conference will be Lord Lloyd, Parliamentary Under
Secretary of State for the Colonies, who will be assisted by Sir Stephen Luke
the Commissioner for the preparation of the Federal Organisation. The Con-
ference will be attended by representatives of West Indian Governments
and their legal advisers."
15th February, 1955.


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Sublihed bp authority.















46 SAINT VINCIKNT, TUESDAY. 15 FEiRUARY, 19i".5-(No. 9).


No. 54.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE
(No. 22 of 1940).
AND
IN THE MATTER of the acquisition by the Governor in Council of certain plots
of land situate at Troumaca in the Parish St. David in the Island of St. Vin-
cent containing the areas shown in the Schedule hereto.


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION
(Under section 3 of the Ordinance).
WHEREAS it was decided by the Governor in Council that the plots of land
described in the Schedule hereto should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the execution therein of Anti-erosion measures for the protection of the village
of Troumaca and adjacent lands;
AND WHEREAS the said plots of land have been acquired compulsorily for the
public purpose aforesaid;
AND WHEREAS plans showing the above-mentioned plots of land may be inspect-
ed during working hours at the Survey Office in the town of Kingstown in the
Island of St. Vincent;
Now, THEREFORE, this is to inform all persons interested, that, upon the
SECOND PUBLICATION of this Declaration in the Gazette, the above-mentioned plots
of land shall vest absolutely in the Crown.


SCHEDULE.
Lot No. Lot Owner Area Acquired
6 James Alexander 903 Sq. Ft.
(3) James Alexander 43560 ,,
2 Emeline Prince 1161 ,,
3 Joseph Anthony 2178 ,,
4 Albert Anthony 31 ,,
(45) St. Clair Lewis 5342 ,,
(51) George Sayers 2483 ,,
(51) Albina Byam 2483 ,,
(50) Lucretia Herbert 2483 ,,
(50) Georgina Dennie 2483 ,,
(49) Livingston Cottle 2744 ,,
(49) Edith Francis 3012 ,,
(57) Donald Burke 1756 ,,
(2) Elverton Providence 4620 ,,
(2) Henry Moore 3902 ,,
Note: Unbracketed numbers/ are at German Guttet;
Bracketed numbers are at English Gutter.

15th February, 1955.



No. 55.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.


It is notified for general information that there will be a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 17th
February, 1955 at 10 a.m.
The Order of the 1)ay of this meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
15th February, 1955.
(A. 1/1949 II).














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 9.) 47


No. 56. No. 60.
FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC ADVISER, OFFICIAL ATTESTORS.
WINDWARD ISLANDS.
The following list ,f I officiall Attestors for
It is notified for general information tl, (oloniv f St. Vincent under the
that the Secretary of State for the Colo- Illiterates 1Protectioi (O dlinai.,e is published
nies has selected Mr. D). .1. KIRKNESS, for general information :-
a Principal at the Co(onial Ofiice. t',r am"
two years secontIlnent ti) the Post ofe
Financial aoil E1onomie Adviser, WinI-t Andei son, I. M., 1.B. E. Kingstown
ward Islands. Bors, 1:evd. Fr. Wiliini,
Mr. KIRKNESS is I;) vears of age and O.S.B.
married with one child. He entere.i luried; Onrmod: Agriciul-
the Olfice as an Assistant Principal in tural lnstru,t,,r Glen
1947 after service in the Exchequer aim nnel, I. 1Kin st.w
Audit Department ind Wtir Service in I)a,,el. C. V. 0 ia
the Navy. He wavs made a Principal in l)unn. 1',,vd. James N]. E. Geo.ge:own
1950 and for the last 2 years or so he I)nrrantt, 1. 11. Assitannt
has been in the Production and Mar- Snterintendlent of uads ing-stov'n
keting Department. looking after a I-'oMlkes, Revd. R,. i hateaubelair
schedule which includes general Mar- Ganteaun e, Jievt Fr.
keting qu-stions. Sugar, Cocoa and P'lacid, 0.S.1. V.G., l\ingtstown
Coffee, .,in the Imperial College of i nri ott. PRvd. Peter, Hequia
Tropical Agriculture. itairy, i'lhephiius Troumaca
Mr. KIRKNENS is expected to assnme .T-nes, Levd. Fr. I' l., B..- Layvit
duty in Grenada on or about the 1st Lewis, Jevdw. G. XV. Biabou
Anril next. Lonimx, Revi]. BR. Mt. Coke
15tt MFao l eNd. Desmond G. Kingstwn
15th February. 1955. Mo,,tgmer. Revd. P. J.
-"- ('. 1. H.. Kingstown
No. 57. Maxwell, Archdecwon, ". S.
FISHERIES ADVISORY COMMITTH E. M.A., B.-c., Kingrtown
McConnie, H. S. B.Sc., ,,
The undermentioned persons have McIntosh, G. A. ,,
been appointed to serve on the Fisheries Mural, Hevd. E. C. M. Georgetown
Advisory Committee with effect from I(ghlen, lRe. Francis G. Calliaqua
17th November. 1954. and until further Rolertson, -Arehiiald Troumaca
Shiapley, The lt Rev.
notice :onli Nriimani M.C.,
The 1Honourable R. E. BAYNES A.K.C. Kingstown
chairmanan) Slof. l-evd. Fr. Ephraim,
C. L. TANNIAS, OS.B. ,,
R. ASH, Esq., (lBarrouallie), Smartr., Iem d. F. A. Barr.uallie
C. SIMMONS, Esq., (Bequia), Vaniloo, Robert, Agricul-
G. B. PALMli R, Esq., lural Instructor Kingstown
The Superintendlent of Agriculture. Young, T. V. Probation
.., a, I Offier Kingstown


lath ite,.ruar.\, icno.


No. 58.


RESIGNATION.


Under Section 4 of the Ordinance, Mem-
bers of the Executive Council, Members of
the Legislative Council, Police Magistrates,
Justices of the 1'ea-c, the Registrar of the
Supreme Court and Medical Officers are


With reference to Gazette Notice No. Orticial Attestors ex-officio.
392 of 10th August, 1954, Miss CLARE 15th February, 1955.
FINDLAY, Junior Clerk, Government (A. 5/1948).
Office has resigned with effect from
1st February, 1955. No. 35.
15th February, 1955. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL OF
(P. F. 464). THE WEST INDIES.

No. 59. Applications are invited f or the post
OFFICIAL ATTESTOR. of Senior Registrar in the Department
of Diagnostic Radiology at the above-
The Reverend FRANCIS GABRIEL named teaching hospital which is in
OGDEN, as an Official Attestor with special relationship with the University
effect from 1st February, 1955. of London. Preference will be given to
15th February, 1955. candidates holding a diploma in diag-
(A. 5/1948). nostic radiology.














48 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1055.-(.No. 9).


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
accoumnioda tion and hoard or a limited
number of unfurnished flats tor un-
married or married Officers, ;ire pro-
vided at a de I action of0 125 p'r annum
or 5% of s lary, respectively. Return
first class passage by sea will 1'e paid for
one person only.
Further information inay be obtained
from the H-ospiial Manager ;ind Secre-
tary, University College Hospilal, Mona
P.O. Jamaica, B.W.1., to whom applica-
tions stating age, nationality and details
of qualifications and experience, to-
gether with three recent testinionials or
the unlims and addresses of three ref-
erees and including the approximate
date on which the candidate could be-
come available, should be sent by the
28th of February, 1955.
1st February, 1955.


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


Applications are invited for the post
of Assistant Attorney General, British
Honduras, 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 app-ar for the Govern ment
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 further assistance
to the Attorney General as may
be directed.
E'-3. The qualifications require(i are
those of a larrister-at-Law with at least
four years' lpactical 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 E.B. $4,050 x 150-
4,200. ($14 .H. = 1 Sterling). The
point of entry to the scale will depend
on the qi;dificttions and experience of
the successful c:in didatle.
5. Except in the case of officers con-
firmed in their appointments wit ', other
Government, the appointment will he
on probation for two years in the first
instance. The successful candidate will


be required to produce a medical ceiti-
ficate of fitn i-s. :iid will be sul ject to
Colonial 1?egn'!n rt ns and to local Gen-
eral Orders.
6. Free Pat sages will be provided on
first appointment and on leave fr the
officer and his fmiiiily, not exceeding
four persons in all. Laii\e with full
salary is at ihe iat )lf ive 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 leaiv- are provided for
the officer and his \\ ife, subject to the
provision of funils annually ib3 the Leg-
islntive Assembly. When travelling on
duty a subsistence allowance of $2.50
a day for the first six (days, S2.00 a day
af;er the first six days, and $1.75 a day
after the first thi it' days, is paid.
7. Free quart-is are not provided.
But, if Government qonatersare allocat-
ed to the officer, rental is payable at the
rate of 7% of salary and the basic heavy
furniture is provided at an annual rental
of 6% of its total value.
8. Income Tax is payable in accord-
anc- with local legislation.
9 Applications. ,oniaining full par-
ticiulars. 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 Febrvary, 1955.
let February, 1955.

No. 61.
LEGISLATION.

The following Document is published
with this issue of the Gazette :-
8.11. & O0. No. 8.-Proclaiming Tues-
day the 22nd day of Februaiy,
1955, to be observed as a Bank
Holiday throughout the Colovy.
15th February. 1955.


No. 62.
BANK HOLIDAY.

By xvirtn of a Proclamation issued
with this Gazette (S.P. & 0. No. 8),
Tiesdav. 22nd February. 1955, heing a
Bank Holiday, all 1',hlic Offices will
be closed on that day.

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
15th February, 195V.














SAINT VrNCENT, TUESDAY. 15 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 9). 49



DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS, 1954.


Supernumerary .~ -:d Grade
Name
Alban Qucwv
Leroy Jackson
Treldon England
Annis Anthony
Maureen Cupid
Naomi Carmichael
Constance Johnson
Sylvia King
David Frederick
Jerome Friday
Claude Stowe
Carlisle Wallace
Irma George
Caldric Harry
Orrel John
Newlin Hadaway
Patricia King
Azubah Jackson
Sheila Thomas
Weldon Findlay
McLean Douglas
Clara Bramble
Pearl Gumbs
Thora& S. Francis
Molly Alexander
Joy Small
Rudolph Hadaway
Vibert Child
Viola Daniel
Elsa Lewis
Norma Peters
Eileen Wyllie
Hypatia Williams&
Ruby Dowers
Selwyn John
Lutwina Gibson
Avil Allen
Monica Rose
Garnet Brisbane
Ernestine Boyea
Vincent John
Nona Deane
Evelyn Parsons
Thelma Johnson
Allan Drayton
Joan Crozier
Maxford Spring
Rupert Thomas
Janet Jackson
Marvis Porter
Norris Hadaway
Mabel Cordice
Roy Chance
Leroy C. Rober-tsor t
Rupert Caine
Ezra George
Merle Wilkes
Ruby Rogers
Donaldson Lampkin
Matthew Jocelyn
Tratton Mercury .
Mary Alexander.
Princena Clouden
Osborne Allen


PASS LIST.
I Pupil Teachers :
School
Barroullie Anglican
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
13elair Government
do. do.
do. do.
Bequia Anglican
do. do.
do. do.
dc. do.
2iabou Methodist
do. do.
do. do.
Buccament Government
do, do.
Eyera Anglican
C'alliaqua Anglican
Chateaubelair Methodist
do. do.
do. do.
Colonarie Roman Catholic
do. do. do.
Diamond Government
Dicksons Methodist
Evesham Methodist
Georgetown Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Gomea Methodist
do. do.
do. do.
de. do.
Kingstown Anglican
do. Methodist
Lovwmans (Windward) Angi
Marriaqua Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Pa get Farm Government
Questelles Government
do. do.
Richmond Hill Government
do. do. do.
Spring Methodist
Sandy Bay Anglican
do. do do.
Stubbs Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Troumaca Government
do. do.
Un:on Methodist
Union Island (Ashton) Goo
do. do. do.
Westwood Methodist


icah


government
do.


%















50 SAINT. VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 9).


Grade II Pupil Teachers :
Name
Rhona George
Clair Wallace
Urbane Daniel
Alston Rogers
Sybil Morgan
Theophilus McKenzie
Louisa Peniston
Vincent Dublin
Lincoln Oneale
Clifford Pitt
Ivan Stephens
Cecil John
Robert Young
Hyacinth McDowall
Audrey Browne
Bernard Williams
Dennis Antoine
Evelyn De Nobriga
Beryl Roberts
Velma Jackson
Ishbel Young
Lynoe McBarnett
Theophilus Jackson
Violet Prince
Joan Payne
Innocene Johnnie
Kenneth Jackson
Samuel Ambrose
Leortha Ambrose
Sylvester Raymond
Grade III Pupil Teachers :
John Browne
Peter De Roche
Victor Forbes
Alfred Dublin
Leroly Scrubb
Gwendolyn John
Veda Bascombe
Pamelus Burke
Jerome Yearwood
Student Teachers (Certificate Part I)
Aubrey Bramble
Calder Bailey
Aville Cupid
Kelvin Gibson
Certificate Part II.
Vivienne Mandeville
Charles Beste
Errol Baynes
Elaine Duncan
Norma Ince
Leopold Lewis
Viola Thomas
Ardon Daisley
Reuben Jeffers
Caroline Marshall
Bertram Lewis
Winnifred Parsons
Eastlyn Alexander
Linda Charles
Cynthia Young
Julien Daniel
John Thompson
Kelvin Gibson
Evans Sutherland
5th February, 1955.


School
Belair Government
Bequia Anglican
Biabou Methodist
do. do.
Brighton Methodist
Buccament Government
Dorsetshire Hill Government
Georgetown Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Greggs Government
Layou do.
Lowmans (Leeward) Anglican
Lowmans (Windward) Anglican
do. do. do.
Marriaqua Government
do. do.
do. do.
Richmond Hill Government
do. do. do.
South Rivers Methodist
do do. do.
Stubbs Government
do. do.
Union Methodist
do. do.
Union Isl'nd (Ashton) Government
do. do. (Clifton) do.
d,.- do. do. do.


Buccament Government
Canouan Government
D)icksons Methodist
Georgetown Government
do. do.
Kingstown Anglican
Marriaqua Government
South Rivers Methodist
Stubbs Government

Barrouallie Anglican
Colonarie Roman Catholic
Union Methodist
Tourama Government


Barrouallie Anglican
Colonarie Roman Catholic
Georgetown Government
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
do. do.
Kingstown Methodist
Layou Government
,do. do.
Marriaqua Government
do. do.
Richmond Hill Government
do. do. do.
do. do. do.
,andy Bay Anglican
spring Methodist
Tourama Government
Richmond Hill Woodwork Centre.
















SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 9). 51


GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS TO PRIMARY SCHOOLS.

The following have been awarded Government Scholarships to the Secondary
Schools as from January, 1955:-
To Grammar S-lhool: GEORGE LENNOx CLARKE, Georgetown Government School,
MOULTON KEANE, Kingstown Methodist School,
FREDERICK PROVIDENCE, Westwood Methodist School.
To Girls' High School: MONICA A. BALLANTYNB, Layou Government School.
GRETA BOWMAN, Biabou Methodist School.


C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Officer.


Department of Education,
5th February, 1955.


INTERNAL EXHIBITION, GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

The Internal Exhibition for 1954 has been awarded to JEANNE WILLIAMS.
J. M. BUCHAN,
eadmist rus.
1st February, 1955.


TREASURY NOTICES.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is here~ given. that the undutftantioned persons *aiitg hecotu defa* i-,
ers under the Lawl and House Tax OrdAAite", their propel*ks having been leviel -
upon will be offered fto sale at 1 p.m. ar ,itdfrday, 5th IMarchk, 155, 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 Jeasie
Allic*tte Iosa
Bobh Samuel
Bascomb. Luther
Brown& Alexander
,, Elaine
,, Fanny
Bobb Ernest
Browne Hrs. William
Burgin Catherine
Daco n Eleanor
Daniel Robertha
Daailva Edmund
Davis Eliza
9 John Headley
Edwards Solomon E.
Farrell Anmos N.
George Winifred
Harry Olga
Hayward Cornelius
Hercules Cnroline
,, Newton
Hewitt, Sydney
Huggins Arnold
Hunter Mrs. Samuel
Jack Winifred
Jmes. Ag tilt
,, Richard
.Tohn Adolphius
,, Benjamin


Situation of Property

Carriere
Pilgrim Hill
Fair Hall
,, ,,

Reileys
Brighton
Belvidere
teeks.
Fair Falla

Eveshami
Mt. I'leasant
Dauphine
(one Hall
Rose Cottage
Evesham Vale
Fair Htall

Argyle
Belmont
Fair Hall
Villa
Mt. Pleasant
Carrier
Reileys
air awn1

Fair ITall
Belair


Description of Property

I Rood
2 acres
I house spot
I rood, 17 poles
1 house
I house
1 house spot
1 acre, 19 poles
1 house spot
1 acre, 3 roods
I acre, 1 rood
1 house spot
1 rood
I hs .ee
I acie, 2 roods
1 house spot
I house
19 poles
1 house spot
1 acre
I house
26 pole&
1 house
1 acre
1 acre
I rood
1 rood&, -180 poles
2 acre 37 poles
1 house
I house spot
















58 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 9).


No. Name.
31 John Lincoln
32 ,, Mary
33 Joseph Amelia
34 Knights Priscilla
35 Martin James A.
36 McKienzie Isiah
37 Nicidolus Hamilton
38 Robinson Charles
19 Ro k.s Mavis
40 Scipio Lucy
41 Soleyn Maude
42 Thomas Charles
43 ,, Daisel
44 Warier William
45 Williams Cyril
46 ., ieub'n
47 ,, Wellington
48 ,Wilson Alice .


Situation of Property.
Fair Hall
Gomea
Ashburton
Fair Hall
Eveshaui
Belnir .
(;oldon Grove Mt.
Roilers
Villa
('alder
Belair

Argyl-
Evesham
D'uuphine
Evesham Vale
Fair Ilall
Reileys


Description of Property.
1 house
1 house
I house spot
4 acres, 5 poles
1 house spot
I louse
;3 ncr.,s, 1 rood, 29 poles
I house spot
] house
1 acre, 2 rds. 8 poles
1 house spot

1 acre
1 house spot
1 )
1 rood


1 acre, 1 rd,.
I house spot.


I pole


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

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

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for (Jolonial Treasurer.:
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINOENr, B.W.I.,
3:st January, 1955.


No. Name


Baptiste Joseph
Charles Henrietta
Cato Ellen
Fraun',is Clarice
Harry W. Benjamin
Pompey Adolpnus
Prescott Gladys
Woods Gladsitbine


Situation of Pr.perty

Sandy Bay
Freeland
Mesopotamia
Sandvy ]ay
Camacribou
Hopewell
Richland Park


Detsription of Property

I House
1 ,,
I House Spot
I House Spot
2 Roods
1 House
1 House Spot
1 ,, ,,


AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIETIES ORDINANCE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having be.,ni'e .default.4s
in respect of loans received under the Agricultural Societies Ordinance'No. 1 of 1934,
their properties having been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.00 p.m. on6w8th-
day, 5th March, 1955, at the Treasury, KinTstbwn, for recovery of the amounftsdie.*


A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Coloni'al1 marer.


7th February, 1955.
No. Name of Owner'

1 Billingy. Arthur
2 Charles, Donald
3 Grant, Jamies
4 Hanaaway, Cassedy
6 Martin, Amos
6 Morris, Wilhelmenia
7 Neverson, Roie
8 Young, Elsie


Description of
Property
one house
one house
one house
one house
one house
one house
one house
one house


SituatiOt, of
Property
TLayou
Buccament
Bucamnnie)
Layou

Layou
Layou
Layoun


1















SAINT V CICENT, TItCSDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1955.-(No. 9).


LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.

NoiCir is lhr'obv given t( .t tih undermentioned persons having become defaulters
under tiie Land awl II .oI-e Tax Ordinance," their properties having been levied
up.>n, vill bh offer ed for .-ale at 1.00 p.m. on Saturday, 19th March, 1955, at the
Treasury, lingstown for the recovery of Taxes due.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
'ItEASURY CHAMBERS,
KINGSTOWN,
slt February, 1955.


No. Name of Owners


1 B'hih. E'saw
2 Brome Jli,, inilln
:1 Browni, Alabel
4 Cain Agatha
5 Davis, Gloaiiana
6 )ick, Samuel
7 E'lward, Hrs. 'olihn
8 Haynes, C'hlist h11o
9 John, Glohiimna
10 J.oi,,. RawIc
11 John, Alh rt
12 Johnson, Lmuis
13 London, Elizabeth.
14 Mars, Rose
15 McLean, Anni,
16 Noel, William
17 Samuel, Hrs. Mary
18 Saunders, M. J.
19 Thomas, Jos!)h
20 Willinms, St. Clnir
21 Williams. David
22 Yearwood, Francis'


Address.


I 'veliant Vale

I'eli ont

l!.;air
Eve- Aini
k-i o %
li.,.i e\ s
1;vesi'lham
Bolair

lielinoint
Fair Hall
Evrshain Vale
Carriorn
Dauphinim
Fair Hall
Happy Hill
Pose Cottnge
Blair
Fa'r Hall
Peln out
Carricre


Description of
Property


2 acs. 2 rds.
1 ac. & spot
I house spot
I rood
1 house spot
2 acs. 2 roods
I house spot
3 acs. 1 rd. 38 pis.
2 roods
I house
3 ac. 3 rds.
I ae. 1 rd. 27 pis.
1 house spot
2 rds. 24 pls.
1 house spot
2 acs. 34 pls.
I house spot
1 house
1 ac. 2 rds. 35 pis.
1 ac. 2 rds. 24 pls.
1 house
I roodl


LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become de-
faulters under the Land and House Tax Ordinance", their properties having been
levied upon, will be offered for sale at 1.00 p.m. on Saturday, 19th March, 1955,
at the Treasury, Kingstown for the r-covery of taxes due thereon.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
/or Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SB. VINCENT, B. W.I.,
3rd February, 1955.


No. Name of Owners.

1 Ashton, Simeon
2 Arrindell, Laurel
3 Browne, Etlheline
4 Burnett, Doris
5 Charles, David H.
6 Kxeter. Theodosia
7 Farrell, Clara A.
9 George, Rol;ertha
9 Gonsalves, Emma
10 ,, Hrs. Joseph
11 Gurley, John S.
12 Huskisson, Alice Adin'i
13 John, Alice H.
14 ,, Caroline


Situation (j Property.

*lielimon.l Hill
Arnos Vale
Richmond Hill

Arnos Vale
Richmond Hill
Amos V.alo
Newton
Arnos Vale

lIichmond Hill
N ewton


Descripton of Propirty.

1 house
20 poles
1 house
1 house spot
1 house
1 house
1 house spot
I house
1 rood 24 poles
1 house
1 acre 17 poles
1 house
1 house
I house


T1ax. Fine, Period.


1951 & 53
1952, 53
1951, 5:3
1951, 53
1952, 53
1953
1952, 53
1952
1953
1951, 53
1953
1951
1952
1951, 53
1953
1951
1952
1951, .53
1953
1951, 53
1952
1950, 52/53















54 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 9).


No. 2tne of 0 owners.

15 John, David
16 ,, Osment
17 Lewis, Alphegia
18 ,, Linna
19 Lowman, Sarah
20 Marshall, Rufus
21 ,, Sarah
22 Matthews, Richard
23 Parris, William
24 Peters, Daisy
25 Primus, Sarah
26 Prescott, Joseph
27 Soleyn, Lillian
28 Taylor, James C.
29 Tommny, Caroline
30 Warner, Eileen


Sitqa!ion of Property.

Arnos Vale
Richmnd Hill
North River Road
Paunlover
Newton
Arnos Vale
Richimond Hill
Arnos Vale

Kingstown Pa rk
Newton
Arnos Vale
Richmond Hill


Arnos Vale


Des,'tptein of Pr)iplrvy.

1 acre 3 ro( ds
1 ho us,
I house sp. t
1 house
I house spot
3 acres lb poles
1 house
1 acre 3 roods 20 pohs
I house spot
35 poles
1 house
I house spot
1 house
1 rood
1 house
I acre 29 poles.


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I. I It is hereby nolilied for general infor-
mation that enmnimencing on Monday,
CONTROL NOTICES. the 21st Fcfbruary. 1955, the Control
Department t \VWarehouse will he opened
PURCHASE OF PRIVATE CARSn AND for deliveries to the public on every
COMMERCIAL VEHICLES FROM working ,l;y of the week froni 8.30 a.m.
DOLLAR SOURCES. to 12 noon only, and persons having
bIusiness at thle warehouse are particular-


It is hereby notified for general infor-
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 :-
(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-
lie duties involve long distance
travel over np-country roads;
(iii) the purchasers can establish that
they have a genuine need for this
type of car for 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 Con/lrcller of S6upplies.

26th January, 1955.


, a \e o )e eai r yi as no i e vei t es w l
be made after 12noon on any working
day.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
for Controller of Supplies.
7th February, 1955.


NOTICE.

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 Office.
Kingstown,
4th February, 1955.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDER1 OF

1955, No. 8. 5, I


(Gazetted 15th February, 1955).


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR

'A PROCLAMATION.
[ L.S. ]
0. R. KELSICK,
Acting Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is enacted
that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council, from time to time, by Procla-
mation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony:
Now THEREFORE I do, with the advice of the Executive Council, and pursuant
to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance, hereby appoint Tuesday,
the 22nd day of February, 1955, to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the
Colony.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent at
the Government Office in the said Island this 14th day of February in
the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and-Fifty-five and in
the Fourth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH THE
SECOND.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !
(W. 19/1946).


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
Price 4 centa. I
1955.


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