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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: March 29, 1955
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

published bh gluthorit .


VoL. S8.] SAINT V\INCENT. TUI SI)AY. 29 -\[VA!CH. l..,5. [No. 17.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 115.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.
It is notified for f en.tral in lirmain i tlat tlin, r i \\ill Ie a mreetii.,: of the
Legislative Council at the (ouncii (.'li iiuilIr. Kinugsown, on 7 ,uqii day, 7ih
April, 1955, at 10.C0 n.m.
A cordial iavitaiion to attend is exteni ied Io the General Public.
29th March, 1955.
(A. 1/1949 II).

No. 116.
IN. THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)
AND
IN THE MATTER of a Declaration by the Governor in Council that a certain
portion of land at Hamilton in the Island of Bequia, St. Vincent Grenadines
is to be acquired for a public purpose:

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND
(FIRST PUBLICATION).
WHEREAS,-it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance 1946
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Governor in Council considers that any land should
be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect to
be made.
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor in Council that the under-
mentioned land should be acquired for a public purpose, that is to say the
construction thereon of a drain:
Now IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by His Excellency the Governor acting by and
with the consent of the. Executive Council of the Colony of Saint Vincent, that
upon the second publication of the Declaration in the Gazette, all that piece
and parcel of land containing 446 square f3et a strip 6 fe't wide along the east-




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92 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MARUH, 1955.-(No. 17).


ern boundary of and at present in the ownership of Evelyn Osborne, and
bounded on the North by lands of Alfred Tannis, on the East by lands of
Margaret Quashie, on the South by the public road and on the West by the
remaining lands of Evelyn Osborne, shall be acquired for the above mentioned
purpose and shall vest absolutely in the Crown:

AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that the plan showing
the above mentioned land has been drawn and prepared by Mr. E. Stinson
Campbell, licensed Land Surveyor, and may be inspected at all reasonable
hours at the Surveys Office in the town of Kingstown in the said Colony.
25th March, 1955.

No. 117. Board until 24th October, 1955, the
BRAZILIAN VICE=GONSUL date of expirationi of the life of the
AT PORT-OF=SPAIN, TRINIDAD. present Board

Withi referenceto Governmeit Notic ,. 29th March, 1955.
No. 307 of 15th June, 1954. it is notified (B. :;3/1941i).
for general infoi nation that the Exe-
quatur empowering Senhor ROBERTO No. 121.
CHALU PACHEC-O o b) '.*i'azili.n Vije- BOAnn OF EDUCATION.
Consul at Port-oC-Spain. Trinidad, re-
ceived Her Majesty's signature on the The undermentioned persons have
7th Feb nary, 1955. been appointed as Members of the
Senhor PACHECO'S jurisdiction ex- Board of Education under the Educa-
tends over Trinidad and Tobago, Baha- tion Ordi, :nce 1937, for a period of one
mas, Jamaica, the L'-oward Islands, the ye; wi il i ft-ct from 5th February,
Windward Islands. British Honduras, 1955:-
Barbados (excludin i idgetown) and W. \i. LOPEY, Esq., Vr.A., M.B.E.,
British Gn iana (excld, Georgetown). (C/airm' ).,
29th March. 1955. The l4"ducAtion Oflicer,
(R. 1/1948). The Head mistress. Girls' High School,
The InfTiector of Schools.
No. 118. 'I'lTe Ho IonOllrl' H. CHARLES,
APPOINTMENTS. The Venerabl). Archdeacon R. S.
MAXWELL, M.A., B.Sc.,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. The Very Reverend Father PLACID
GANTEAUME, O.S.B., V.(G.,
The Reverend J. B. BROOMES,
The following person has been ap- T. MR
oi Jsic of he Peace of the T M. AUNDE, Esq., Representing
t~i~ aJ1stice, of he' pence of tho, ,I I.. .,


Colony.
ROBERT STAY, Esq.
29th March, 1955.
(J. 8/1948).


th en chrs Association,
H. S. McCoNNIE. Esq., B.Sc..
Dr. K. J. E. McMTLLAN,
Miss NELCIA JOHN.
"29th iMarch, 1955.


No. 119. No. 122.
The ,-ndermentioned *>ersons have PROBATIONARY APPOINTMENT.
been appointed Class III Clerks in the
General Clerical Service of the Colony Mr. -MARK C. MAPP, has been ap-
with effect from lst. Janniry, 1955 :- noinoed Assistant Master. Grammar
Miss JOYCE COR ESE-A*ssiEned for School, St. Vincent, on probation for
duty at the General Post Office : ne oar witi efiec friim 1st March,
Mr. WILFRED WILSON-Assigned for
duty at the Customs Department. 29th MarWb, 1955.
29th March, 1955. P 769).
(P.Fs. 681, 704.) No. 123.
No. 120 'TERMINATION OF ACTING
No. 120. APPOINTMENT.
LAND SETTLEMENT AND DEVELOP-
MENT BOARD. With reference to Gazette Notice No.
-- 76 of 1st March, 1955 Mr. A. D. W.
With reference to Government Notice JOHNSON, Deputy Treasurer, as Colonial
No. 554 of 16th No.-er br,. 1954. the treasurerer with eff, ct fro(, 21st March,
Honourable S. E. SLATER laes been 1955.
appointed to serve as a member of the 29th March, 1955.
Land Settlement and Development (P.F. 666).














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MARCH, 1955.-(No. 17). 93


No. 124.
PROMOTION.

Mrs. SYDNEY MORRIS, Junior Clerk,
Treasury Department, as a Class I
Clerk in the G-neral Clerical Service
with effect from 1st January, 1955, as-
signed for duty at the Treasury Depart-
ment. (Head Office).
29th March, 1955.
(P.F. 202).

No. 125.
VACATION LEAVE.

Miss MABLE ROBERTS, Ward Sister,
Extension Hispital. six months vaca-
tion leave with effect from 3rd Jan-
uary. 1955.
29th March. 1955.
(P. F. 311).

No. 126.
Dr. K. J. E'. McMILLAN. Medical
Officer, District No. 1, three nonnths
va- ation leivo with effect from 16th
March, 1955.
29th March, 1955.
(P.F. 61).

No. 127.
RESIGNATION.

Reverend E. C. MACLAREN MURAL,
from the following with effect from
26th March, 1955:-
1. Marriage Officer of the Colony.
2. Official Attestor under the Illiter-
ates Protection Ordinance.
3. Visitor of the Georgetown and
Toi'ramna Government Schools.
.4. Chairman, Georgetown Hurricane
Relief Committee.
29th March, 1955.


No. 128.
Conference on Control of Movement of
Persons and Goods within the British
Caribbean Federation.

The following text of a Resolution
passed by the Conference on the free-
don of movement for persons and
Goods within the British Caribbean
Federation, h-ld in Trinidad in March,
1955, is, published for general Infor-
mation :-
(1) The preamble to Federal Con-
stitution should recite as one of ob-
jects of Federation that there should
be the greatest possible freedom of


movement for persons and goods
within federation.
(2) Sub paragraph (b) of Exclusive
Legislative List in para. 6 of Plan f or
a British Caribbean Federation as
agreed by London Conference should
be deleted.
(3) Control of mnovementof persons
between Units of Federation on
grounds other than health or security
should be placed on Concurrent Leg-
islative List in para 7 of that Plan,
with a provision that any Unit Legis-
lation on this matter in force at ex-
piry of 5 years from the date of corn-
ing into force of Federal Constitution
should cease to have effect at the end
of a further period of 3 months unless
before the end of such furtherr period
a resolution is passed by both Houses
of Federal Legislature approving such
legislation. In calculating period of
3 months, no account should be taken
of any time during which House
of Representatives is dissolved. All
such Unit Le-islation should forth-
with upon expiry of 5 year period be
laid upon the table of both Houses
and should be considered by both
Houses before the end of period of 3
months. Any Unit Legislation on
this matter enacted after expiry of 5
yea: period. should have effectt only
if it is approved by resolution of both
Houses of Federal Legislature. Such
legislation should forthwith upon
enactment be laid on table of both
Houses and be considered within 2
months of being laid, no account
being taken of any time during which
House of Representatives is dissolved
or prorogued.
(4) Control of Movement of Per-
sons between Units on the grounds of
health and security should remain, is
already agreed, as a separate item on
Concurrent Legislative List.
(5) That this Conference express
the wish that. in the interest of early
;.]iievemenI of Federation, its reconm-
mendatious should be considered ;i d
determined by various Legislature:: at
the earliest possible opportunity.
(G) That consideration of recom-
miendations of Conference should in
no way delay any of the work prepr-
atory to establishment of Federation
including that of Fiscal, Judical and
Public Service Commissions; and that
the British Government should be re-
quested to proceed with the greatest
possible speed with the completion of
preliminary measures to enable the
Federation to be established.
29th March, 1955.















94 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MARCH, 1955.-(No. 17).


No. 97.
VACANT POSTS.

HEADMASTER, GRAMMAR SCHOOL
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.

Applications are invited for the post
of Hea, master, the Grammar School,
St. Vincent. B.W.I.
Thi school is a Governni(n, Institu-
tion. It his at |,resent a roll of 260
Iooys and takes pupil.- to the Cambridge
School Certificate ;mnd Higher School
Certificate Standard.
Applicants should possess a degree of
a University within the British Com-
monwealth, and should have had teach-
ing experience in a Secondary School.
Applicants should furnish detailed ac-
counts of their qualifications and expe-
rience together with suitable testimo-
nials, when submitting their applica-
tions.
The salary of the post is in the scale
$3,840 x $120-$4,560 (800 x 25-
950) per annum. The poim of' entry
to the scale will depend on the ,inalifi-
c:itions and experience of the sn'ccessfnl
candidate, and he will he on probation
for one year. Tlie holler of the post
has Civil Service Status ;and the post is
pensionable. The appointment will he
subject to the passing of :a satisfactory
medical examination.
Income Tax is payable in accordance
with local legislation.
Free p:issages on first an pointment
will be provideel for the officer, his wife
andl children. Vacation leave and leave
passages are provided in accordance
with local regulation s.
Application" mnst be addressed to
the Assistant A'lministrattorand Estab-
lishm int Officer. Government Office, St.
Vinent.. 1.W.I ,nd must reach himn
not later han im .1st Jly. 1955.
1 5th March. 1 955.
(A. 19/11. 2 (A).)

No. 98.
POST OF SifNIOR ASSISTANT MISTRESS,
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified candidates for appoint-
ment to a post of Senior Assistant
Mistress, Girls' High School.
The school is a Government Institu-
tion, the post is pensionahle, the ap-
pointment will be subject to the passing
of a satisfactory medical examination.
and will I)e on probation for one year
in the first instance.
Aiplic;ants should possess a degree
of a University v within the British Com-
mnowealth, and must be able to teach


one of the subjects History, Geography,
French, Latin, to Higher School Certi-
ficate standard, and one to subsidiary
level. They should also have lad
teaching experience in a Secondavy
School.
The salary of the post is in the scale
$2,016 x $96-$2,688 (420 x 20-
560) per annum. Entry into the salary
scale will he determined according to
the ui li ticalions tani experience of the
cantlihite.
Free passage oni first appointment
will be provided for the successful
candidate. Government officials are
liable to taxation impo ed by local
enactments.
Applications accompanied by copies
of recent testimonials should Le ad-
dressed to the Assistant Administrator
and Establishment Officer, Government
Office. St. Vincent, and must reach him
not later than the 30th April, 1955.
15th March, 1955.
(C. 1(1955 (A).)

No. 129.
VACANT POST OF SCIENCE MISTRESS,
B3ISHOPS' HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
BRITISH GUIANA.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to tihe
post of Science Mistress, B3ishopb' High
School lor Girl.-, British Guiana.
2. The duties are to teach mainly
Science (either Phi sics or Chemistry
or both) including sixth form work to
the standard of the Ad vancee, Level of
the (len eral Certificate of Education of
thIl Lonjon University. The person
appoint id will be expected to take part
in some of the extra curricular activ-
ities of the -chool in addition to her
teaching duties.
3. Candidates should possess either
an honouis degree in Chemistry or
Physics or a Ge neral honours degree
with Clihenisty or Phisics as one sub-
ject. Preference will ibe given to a
candidate who has some teaching ex-
perience.
4. The successful candidate will he
allowed a commencing salary within
the Scale 500 x 25-625 per annum
appropriate to her experience and/or
qualifications; at present a temporary
cost of living allowance at the raic of
71 17s. 6d. per annum is also payable.
Some improvement in the emoluments
may however be expected when Gov-
ernment takes a decision on the Report
of the Salaries Commissioner 1954.
5. The tpppointment wold normally
b e pensionable. subject to the candi-
date's medical fitness and to satisfactory














nAINT VINUENT, TUESDAY, 29 MARCH, 1955.-(No. 17). 95


service during a probationary period of
three years, but the successful candi-
date could, if she so preferred, be ap-
pointed on a three-year contract, in
which case, she would be granted on
the satisfactory conclusion of her period
of contract service a gratuity calculated
at the rate of 224% of basic salary for
each completed period of three months'
service, including approved leave.
6. The successful candidate will be
subject on appointment to the Colonial
Regulations and to Local General Or-
ders and instructions in force for the
time being in so far as th,-y are appli-
cable.
7. Vacation leave (for both "pension-
able and contract" staff) is earned at
the rate of fivw days for ea-h com-
pleted month of resident service up to
a rnaximum of six months, subject to a
minimum tour of two years resident
service.
A. peisio, 'able ap toiitee would be
eligible for --assisted passa,'s" when
travlluing to and fromin leave, subji-ct to
the provi-ioin of fun Is annually oy the
Le,.ishltive council l :ind to the require-
ments of the Piublic Ofticers Leave
(Passage) leg-ulations.
If recruited from overseas for service
on contract, th Mistre4ss would be pro-
vided by Government with a passage to
British Guiana in order to take up her
appointmin t and with a massage back to


3. Candidates should possess an hon-
ours degree in History, or a good Gen-
eral Arts degree with History as one
subject. Preference will be given to a
candidate who has either some teaching
experience or a Teacher's diploma.
4. The successful candidate will be
allowed a commencing salary within
the scale 500 x 25-625 per annum
appropriate to her experience and/or
qualifications; at present a temporary
cost of living allowance at the rate of
71. 17s. 6d. per annum is also payable.
Some improvement in the emoluments
may however be expected when Gov-
eminent takes a decision on the Report
of the Salaries Commissioner 1954.
5. The appointment would normally
be pensionable, subject to the candi-
date's medical fitness and to satisfactory
service during a probationary period of
three years, but the successful candi-
date could, if she so preferred, be ap-
pointed on a three-year contract, in
which case, she would be granted on
the satisfactory conclusion of her
period of contract service a gratuity
calculated at the rate of 22o/% of basic
salary for each completed period of
three months' service, including ap-
proved leave.
6. The successful candidate will be
subject on appointment to the Colonial
Regulations and to local General Orders
and instructions in force for the time


the place from which she wa, recruited being in so far as they're applicable.
on the satisfactory completion of her 7. Vacation leave (for both "pension-
contract. able" and "contract staff) is earned
8. Applications should be add dressed at the rate of five day s for each com-
to the He-Fidmistress Bishops' High pleted month of resident service pl) to
School for Girls. British Guiana, in a maximum of six months, subject to a
time to reach her not later than 30th minimum tour of two years resident
April. 1955. (Copies and not originals service.
of certificates and testimonials should A pensionable appointee would be
be submitted), eligible for "assisted passages" when
29th March, 1955. travelling to and from leave, subject to
the provision of funds annually by the
Legislative Council and to the require-
No. 130. ments of the Public Officers L( ve (Pas-
VACANT POST OF HISTORY MISTRESS, sage) Regulations.
BISHOPS' HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. If recruited from overseas f',r service
BRITISH GUIANA. on contract, the Mistress would be pro-
vided by Government with a pas,;g Applicationsareinvited from suitably British Guiana in order to take up her
qualified persons for appointment to appointment and with a p!asn ge b.ck
the post of History Mistress, Bishops' to the place from which she was recr,it-
High School for Girls, British Guiana. ed on the satisfactory completion of her
2. The duties are to teach mainly His- contract.
tory, including sixth form work to the 8. Applications should be addressed
standard of! the Advanced Level of the to the Fleadmistress, Bishops' High
General Certificate of Education of School for Girls, British Guiana. in
London University. The person ap- time to reach her not later than the
pointed will be expected to take part in 30th April, 1955. (Copies and not orin-
some of the extra curricular activities ginals of certificates and testimonials
o" the school in addition to her teach- should be submitted).
ing duties. 29th March, 1955.















96 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 29 MARCH, 19)55.-(No. 17).


No. 131. DEPARTMENTAL AND
LEGISLATION. OTHER NOTICES.

The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:- SUPREME COURT NOTICES,
S.R. & 0. No. 13.-The Georgetown
Town Board (Cemetery) By-Laws, NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
1955. of the Supreme Court of the Windward
2'),h March. 1 955. Islands and Leewarid Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
No. 132. for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
BANK HOLIDAYS. Tuesday the 19th da/ o/ April, 1955,
Commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the
Friday, the 8th April, (Good Friday), forenoon.
and Monday, the 11th April, (Easter All parties concerned, also such per-
Monday) being Bank Holidays, all Pub- sons as are bound over by recognizance
lie Offices will be closed on those days. to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
29th March, 1955. moned as Jurors or witnesses are com-
manded to give their personal atten-
dance.


REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE ON
MOVEMENT OF PERSONS.

It is hereby notitied for general in-
formation that Copies of the Report of
the Con ference on Movenment of Persons
within the British ('aribbe;m Federa-
tion, held in Trinidad during March
1955. are available for sale to the
Pn blic.
2. Copies may be obtained on appli-
cation to the Govrnmint Secretary,
Government Office. Kingstown, at a
pric- of ten (10) cents each.
29th March. 1955.
(C. 33/1951 (A)).

No. 134.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Legislative Council Pro-
ceedings and Debates (Hansard) in the
third session (19)53-1954) hell on the
4th February, 1954, which may be seen
at the Government Office. Kingstown
Library and all Revenue Offices and
District Post Offices are published with
this issue of the Gazette.
29th March, 1955.

No. 135.
Report of the Principal Auditor
Windward Islands on the Statements of
Revenue and Expenditure of the Kings-
town Board for the year 1952 ; and the
Statements of Revenue and Expendi-
ture for 1953 are published with this
issue of the Gazette.
By Command,
A. L. SAMUEL.
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
29th March, 1955.


23rd March. 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 Tuesday the 19th day
of April. 1955. commencing at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
23rd March, 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 Ttuesday the 19th
day of April, 1955, commencing at
10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar. Supreme Court.

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE.
KINGSTOWN,
23rd March, 1955.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the new arcon building
adjacent to the Mt. Bentinck distillery,
Georgetown, is an approved distillers
warehouse for warehousing spirits with-
out prepayment of duty thereon.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Chief of Excise,
St. Vincent.
H.M. CUSTOMS,
ST. VINCENT,
4th March. 1955.


No. '3d.


PUBLICATION.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 29 MARCH, 1955.-(Ne. 17). 97


NOTICE TO TAX DEFAULTERS. The driver of a motor vehicle shall,
-- on the approach of any engine or other
It is hereby notified that Warrants apparatus of a Fire Brigade proceeding
will be issued for the recovery of all to or from a fire, or suspected fire,
taxes in respect of "Land and Houses" draw up close to the left hand side of
together with the fines thereon which the road and stop, leaving the centre
have become due as at 31st January, of the road clear for the passage of
1955, and still remain unpaid. such engine or apparatus, and no two
vehicles shall stand abreast.
A. D. W. JOHNSON, S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Colonel,
for Colonial Treasurer. Liensing Authority.
25th March, 1955. 15th March, 1955.
_(J. 15/1943).

PUBLIC NOTICE.
PUBLIC NOTICE.


The undermentioned articles which,
are at present held in stock at Public
Works Storeroom, Arnos Vale. are be- It is hereby notified for general in-
ing offered for sale :- formation that there will be put up for
sale on Friday, 1st April. 1955, at
Augers; Galvanize Iron Bends rang- Police Headquarters the underniention-
ing from 3" to 1" ; Bread Boards ;
Galvanize Iron Bends ""-45 ed artices-
18" Door Bolts ; 12" Door Bolts; 41 cartons Camel Cigarettes
21"-111 Bends, and other sizes; 1 Enamnel cup
Ferro Gallic Cloth ; Cruet Sets; 1 Ware dish
Diminishing Pieces 4" x 2"; 3" I tin C.C. Mel
W.T. Elbows; small Gimlets I fluite (toy)
Gauge Glasses; Ghuss Blocks; 2 comb and brush sets
Keys for 1" L.P. Stipods; Mor- 1-6 volt battery
tice Latches: Split pins for 2 table knives
Qitdrople Pnmp ; SolidI Pins; 6 coarse bmgs
Flat Asbestos sheets: Curved 1 brown suit case
Asbestos Sheets. 1 pair biown and white mocassim
shoes (gents)
2. Offers are invited for the purchase pair lack shoes (gents)
..C 11 ^..- .-,4 i r- T l, > l > h t -n n -iii h( b t- '


0of tUhese art ci Wesw el can t e seen al
the Arnos Vale Storeroom, any working
day, between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
3.00 p.m. except Wednesdays when the
hours will be from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.

R. G. SMITH,
Acting Superintendent of Works.
24th March, 1955.


POLICE NOTICE.

The attention of all drivers of motor!
vehicles is drawn to Section 21 sub-
section 19 of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, No. 20 of 1940
which reads as follows:-


1 2-cell flashlight (complete)
1 piece linen (cream )23 yards
1 merino
1 nylon shirt (white)
1 brown sport shirt
1 black gents wallet with zip
1 pair socks
1 small bottle perfume (Lilac)
6 pieces boards
1 fowl cock
I g oat.

S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Col.,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
15th March, 1955.


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