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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


VOL. S8.


GAZETTE


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\AIN'T [ \N ',Y I '. TI'UIS)AY. 17 MAY. 1955.


[No. 29.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 187.
TENDERS FOR THE CONV-YANCI GCF MAILS 10 THE ST. VINCENT
ORENADINES AND CARRIACOU.

Tenders will be received at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the conveyance
of mails, parcels, passengers and cargo, by motor vessel between St. Vincent
and St. Vincent Gre-'dcincs .'th .. p-'jcc. d trip to Carriac:-u as contained
in the Schedule shoe: 1- !-r.under:-
SCHEDULE.
FIRST, THIRD AND FIFTH wesks of each month-


MONDAYS.
Kingstown to Carr-acou.
Leave Kingstown 8.00
Arrive Bequia 9.30
Arrive Canouan 1.00
Arrive Mayreau 2.00
Arrive Union Island 3.30
Arrive Carriacou 5.30


a.m.
a.mn.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


TUESDAYS.
Carriaccu to Kingstown.
Leave Carriacou 7.30 a.m.
arrive e Union Island 8.30 a.m.
Arrive Mayreau 10.00 a.m.
Arrive Canouan 11.15 a.m.
Arrive Bequia 2.30. p.m.
Arrive Kingstown 4.00 p.m.


FIRST WEDNESDAYS ONLY.
Leave Kingstown at '.C0 :. ;;,ith Ccv:r'-mcnt Officials engaged on Gc7-
ernm'ent business, arrive Bequia 9.03 a.m. ard return same day.


THURSDAYS.
Kingstown to Union
LDeave Kingstown
Arrive Bequia
Arrive Canouanu
Arrive Mayreau
Arrive Union Island
SECOND and FOURTH
MONDAYS.
Kingstown to Union
Leave Kingstown
Arrive Bequia
Arrive Canouan
Arrive Mayreau
Arrive Union Island


FRIDAYS.


,sland.
8.00 a.m.
9.30 a.m.
1.00 p.m.
2.00 p.m.
3.30 p.m.


Union Island to
1 eave Union Island
Arrive Mayreau
Arrive Canouan
Arrive Bequia
Arrive Kingstown


Kingstown.
8.00 a.m.
8.30 a.m.
10.00 a.m.
1.00 p.m.
3.00 p.m.


Weeks of each Month-


TUESDAYS.


Island
8.00
9.30
1.00
2.00
3.30


a.m.
a.m.
p -.
p.m.
p.m.


Union Island to
Ieave Union Island
Arrive Mayreau
Arrive Canouan
Arrive Bequla
Arrive Kingstown


Kingstown.
8.00
8.30
10.00
1.00
3.00













142 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 17 MAY, 1955.-(No. 29).


WEDNESDAYS
Kingstown to Union Island
Leave Kingstown 7.00 a.m.
Arrive Bequia 8.00 a.m.
Arrive Canouan 11.30 a.m.
Arrive Mayreau 12.30 p.m.
Arrive Union Island i.30 p.im.


SATURDAYS.
Union Island to Kingstozon.
Arrive Union Island 8.00 a.m.
Arrive Mayreau 10.30 a.m.
Arrive Canouan Noon
Arrive Bequia 3.30 p.m.
Arrive Kingstown 5.00 p.m.


2. The Contract will be for a period of six (6) months from 1st July,
1955. The several trips :r-!ust te cc': in c'ay:ih'. with 2 reasonable stay at
each Island of the Grenadines.
3. Tenders which should be sealed, must statr the amount of the subsidy
required, be addressed to the Colonial Treasurer, The Treasury, Kingstown,
and distinctly marked "Tenders for Conveyance of Mails, Passen.ers and
Cargo-(St. Vincent-Grenadines)."
4. Tenders will close at 3.00 p.m. on Tuesday, the 31st day of May, 1955.
5. Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender.
25th April, 1955.
(Q.17/1949).


No. 2 13.
CELEBRATION OF THE QUEEN'S
BI RTH DAY.

It is notified for general information
that the date appointi'(dI or tlhe oblserv-


vrith the provisions of Section 28 (2) of
the Local Government Or'inance, 1951
(No. 17 of 1951).
17th May, 1955.

No. 217.


anceof Her Majest. the Qu ^ i ,, u -s 1.irtl.-
anceinf Her Ma-J95iesty thFd y, tuhe Jn- It is notified for general information
day in 1955, is Friday, the 10th Jne. tht te Chateaubelair Town Board
17th May, 1955. ElecLions heli on the 6th day of De-
(A. 11-/1952). member, 1954, for the Election of Mem-
ors to serve on that Board for the
No. 214. period, 1955 to 1956 have been declared
VACATION LEAVE. lalii by the Acting Magistrare, Dis-
trict I, as a result of aln enquiry held
Mr. IOBERT E. PAYNTER, Disp)-iser, hiun at Chiatpaubelair on the 28th
(Bi'rrouallie), has been grn to' l folro day o,. March, 1955.
mon t hs' vacation l ax e with fleet trom In consequ ice thereof. IT IS HERE-
2nd May, 1955. B' oDERED that a new Election shall
d M7 1take phliee for the Election of Members
17th May, 1955. to .rve oil the Ch'iteaubelair Town
(P. F. 508). H.-1r1d for tbl uimexpiied period of 1955
to 1956.
No. 215. 17th May, 1955.
EXTENSION OF VACATION LEAVE. _
No. 218.
With reference to Govrnment Not ice 21
No. 532 of 2nl November, 1954, Miss QUESTION IN THE HOUSE OF COM.
CYNTHIA PRESCOD, Junior Clerk, Medi- MONS ON THE FEDERATION
cal Department, has been granted 3 PROGRAMME.
weeks' extension with effect from 10th
May, 1955. On 27th. April Mr. BRAINE asked the
17th May, 1955. Secretary of State when the reports of
(P F. 455). the Fiscal Civil Service and Judicial
Commissions preparatory to the British
No. 216. Caribbean Federation might be expected;
and what farther steps would have to
CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD be taken thereafter before the Federa-
tion could b established.
APPOINTMENT OF RETURNING The Right Honourable ALAN LENNOX
OFFICER. BOYD, Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies replied :-
For the purpose of electing members "In view of the extent and com plexi-
to serve on the Chateaubelair Town ty of the issues the three Commissions
Board for the remainder of the 1955/56 are required to consider it is elear that
term, the Rev. Ross Fowkes Methodist they could not all be expected to pre-
Minister, Chateaubelair, has been ap- sent their reports before the Autumn of
pointed Returning Officer in accordance this year.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 MAY, 1955.-(No. 29). 143


After those reports have been consi- dom. There were in March nearly 500
dered by the West Indian Governments of them already in the United Kingdom
concerned and by Her Majesty's Gov- who had applied to the Director of
ernment a revised federal plan will be Colonial Scholars for placing in Medical
drawn up in London taking into account Schools in 1955.
the conimments of Governments and also Competition for entry to medical
tlie results of last month'! con ferencein schools continues to be very keen and
Trinidad on the Moveni-nit of Persons almost all schools receive far more
which is now before thie West Indian applications than they can accept. In
Legislatures for their confirmation. order that Colonial Candidates may
This plan will be considered by a Con- have the nmiximum opportunity of sue-
ference of Representatives of West In- ceeding in the competition for medical
dian Colonies who will, I hope, have entry, it is necessary that the papers of
power to act on behalf of their Govern- all medical candidates desiring admis-
ments so that the plhm can be finally sion in 1956 should be in the hands of
settled by the Confereiice. I doubt if the Director of Colonial Scholars by
it would be practicable to hold the Con- the 1st July, 1955. Applications for all
ference before the tirn of this year. the London Schools inl particiilnr must
Provided the Conference agrees and be received by 1st July. to e(able them
authorises the fintl plan the drafting of' to be considered and flffective entries
the necessary Constitutional Instru- sumiinitted by the die iate. This applies
mnents will have then to be completed also to an increasing nuitmt r of tlhe pro-
whicli will be a complex process and a vincial Schools.
Bill introduced into Parliament. Aftir C('ani idat s a re also warned of the
the Act of Parliament has been passed necessity of tmaiitanirirg n :allequate
it will be necessary to makepreliminary financial reserve to tide th(.e over nn-
arrangements for the establishment of expected emergencies which may arise
pre-federal machinery for the lemnarca- dnrinu; the lone medical course. Some
tion of constituencies (itself a lnrithyi medical schools are beginning to de-
task) and finally for the holding of mand. as a condition of admission. that
elections. privately financed overseas stildents
In view of th- complexity of the re-. should make an initial depoict with the
maining issues. I doubt if it would hIe Treasury of their own territory of at
possible for there to be a Caribbean last 100 (one school insists on 350),
Federal Government actually in being this deposit not to be drawn upon except
before 1957. H.M.G. will. however, with the approval of the medical
carry ont all tho stages within their RSchool authorities untii the conclusion
own control with the utmost expedition of the students course. While this is
in accordance with the wish expressed not a general condition of acceptance,
at the Trinidad Conference. With the it may become so in the near future.
co-operation of West Indian Govern- 17th May, 1955.
ments in carrying out all the stages (E. 16/1947).


with which they are concerned with
similar expedition, I think we should
all aim at trying to improve on that
date and see if we can achieve the crea-
tion of a Federal Government by the
end of 1956.
I take this opportunity to announce
that in the place of Sir JAMES ROBERT-
SON as stated in my reply to the Hon-
ourable Member for Billeric-ay on the
9th March last. Sir HTILARY BLOOD,
G.B.E.. K.C.M.G.. will now he Chair-
man of the Pre-Fpdoration Civil Service
Prenaratory Commission.
17th May, 1955.

No. 219.
TO COLONIAL CANDIDATES FOR
MEDICAL TRAINING IN U.K.

A despatch from the Secretary of
States for the Colonies discusses the
problem of Colonial Cindidate.- for
medical training in the Uniited King-


No. 220.
VACANT POSTS.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION,
hA RBADOS.

Applications are invited for the H( ad-
ships of the foil owing Secon dary Modern
Schools-
The Pri ncess .Margaret School-Grade
VI-525 pupils
Thie West St. Joseph Secondary Modern
School--Graie Y-315 pupils.
2. Teaching experience, ood organ-
ising ability and an interest in igricnl-
Lure and animal husbandry are essential
requirements. A University degree (Or
its equivalent) preferably in Science or
Agriculture is desi able though not
essential.
3. ThIe Salaries attached to the posts


are in accordance with ihe following
scales:-














SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY 17 MAY, l).5.-(No. 29).


Gra ie V -52.760 \
3,360 x
3,792 x
Grade Vl-$2.880 x
3.504 x
;, 936 x


120-3.2410 (Q.B.)
l-14-3,648 (Q.B.)
144- 3,93,6.
120-3.360 (Q.13.)
144-3,792 (Q.B.)
t14-4.0,S().


WIonmeI
Grade V -S2,208 x 96-2,592 (Q.B.)
2.;,688 x 120-2,928 (Q.B.)
2.l)8t x 120-3.168.
Grade V [I-...'.i- x 96- 2.88 'Q.BH.
2,80S x 120-3.048 ,Q B.)
3,168 x 120-3,288.
All Graduates may proceed beyond
the first Qualification Bar, but only First
and Second Class Honours Graduates
m.ay proceed heyon d the second Qualifi-
cation Bar.
4. An allowance of $210 pr :nnnin
is also payable where a Eradiate Head
Teacher in Grade V or VI holds a Certi-
fic:tte of training recognized by the
Department t.
5. Quarters are provided for which a
rent of 57, of salary is charged.
6. Appliceations. ,n forms obtainable
from the Departm'ent of Education,
should ro :ilh the Director nol later than
Sat rd'iy. the 28th May, 1955.
17th May. 1955.


No. 198.
SA :LE O i VP\ W ''!I-:TR.

T e lli. s ai r. i' I'I t l r th l' p r l:-s
,f' "' ll'r-L- ,ck p3 ;1p4\4'riter. 1iui prl, p r-
tv o rf ti (ti \ 1 ll iin ( l S1 V 'ilo lit.
Pois ,:. il][41 ',.S (4i l11 l'y exam ine ll ll'
Ty\']4w ri:,1)' ;It ,. n4 ', 1) n ,,lt O licet', 4 1ring
the 14), oii 114 'Ss.
T :itl's r4 ]!4i44 :h'l l). dressedsd to the
Assist iit Ad inis.traior ainl Establish-
nient Oilie(r'. (rivernment Office, and(
should reach 4i,) by 3.00 p.m. on Satur-
d:y 21t M.\:N. 1955.
Gov-rninwnt does not hind itself to
accept the hiih"-t or any tender.
3 : d l ny. 1 5.


No. 208.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under lihe Bank llili(ii;a s (Or.iiii:1nc(..
Tuesday, the 24th May (Empire Day),
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
10th May, 1955.


leinli a Halk lili.! i .all Public Ol fiies
will be clos- i1 I i i (l: day.
10th May. 1955.

]By Comn.aiat.

A. L. SAMUEL.
Ac/fi'q (lo0'irn miet ecrelrtar.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
17th Ma\, 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POLICE NOTICES.

R. A. F. CADETSHIP AND
APPRENTICESHIP.

The following is pullishled for gener-
al information:-
The Air Council have recently de-
cided to make provisions for the n1omi-
rnti-., ech year of a liniteid nmler of
candil :ti4 s '-(flom the Colo' i(es Ii r C4 ii!(t-
ships at the R.A.F. Coll(-eg. Cianw-ell,
and for R.A.F. apprenticeships, with
the object if eniilring o141 a regular
career' in the R.A.'F.
CONDITION OF ADMISSION
A. Cadeishlips.
Camiidates f or a cadetship mnu't :-
(, ( ,, mll)ly w ith th ll l. n ic ,] st;li-
14ds l 1) la ( l ow '\ l f -r :;Illnjls ioil to
the i.A. .
i l j 1 )ni. !, n ,, ( f fl ili s es al)-
liml' e I aIll I rr.si' icnt in 1ile( olony

,c) 11, 1. l itish suilj ct. and lu n ar-
ried.
( I) ]-e within h11e ;it, li/it ilts (f 17-
and 1'9 years on the 1st Jannary
of the year of entry into cadet
training .
(e) Have reached a standard of gen-
eral educaiion which normally r1 quired J(ir ad-
mission t4 a degree course at a
University )of' a Commonweiith

Ilil ;1l1, h 1,, 1 |li re; 1 ., (ho1 l( .i s
v.'ill ie r 1i[!il'r i 1 I nl'(id li i( 1 -!.- 1

for Cencr;i ] ) ulies ('fl]i V ( I r: (hI),
l s,.lecti n, test-s Instin : (l t 1 lI e
days to assess pers oial qiailities.
B. Apprenticeships.
Candidates for an apprentices.,ip


In list :-
No. 209. (a) Comply with the medical I;.,-
Under the eanik IIdi.it'ays Oir,1in)ce, dads laid down for enlist zi.nt
Monday the 30th May (Whit Monday), in the R.A.F.














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


(b) Be members of families estab- The attention of the general public is
lished and resident in the Colony drawn to the fact that it is a breach of
concerned. the relative Ordinances if licences are
(c) Be British subjects or British not paid, persons defaulting are liable to
protected persons. be prosecuted.
(d) Be within the age limits of 15_ The Police Department is at present
and 17 years on the first day of carrying out a check on the following
the month of entry into appren- licences:-
tice training.
(e) Have reached a standard of edn- 1 Bicycles.
cation that -will en;iblethem to 2 Boatmen.
profit by the course of training. 3 Boats.
Interested persons should consult the 4 Carts.
Chief of Police foI further particulars. 5 Dogs.
6 Drivers' Permit.
S. A. ANDERSON, Lieut. Col. 7 Firearms.
Chief of Police. 8 Horses.
11th May, 1955. 9 Motor Vehicles.
10 Mules.


Applicants for Police Certificates should
in future bring along to Police Head-
quarters the following:-
(1) Passport or Travel document.
(2) Two copies passport size pho-
tographs.
S. A. ANDERSON, Ll.-Col.
C/die oJ Police.
6th May, 1955.


11 Porters.
12 Radios.
13 Weights & Measures.


S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Col2
Chief of Police.

Police Headquarters,
ST. VINCENT,
6th May, 1955.


The attention of the public, shopkeepers, and shop-owners is drawn to the
-following Ordinance respecting the opening and closing hours of groceries, dry
goods shops, liquor license premises, restaurants and refreshments houses.
"SHOPS"-(Hours of Opening and Employment)
Kingstown and within a radius of 2 Miles thereof.
GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS.


Monday, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays ...... ......
Wednesday .............
Saturday ...... ...... ..... ...... ......
From 20th to 31st December every year, from Monday to
F ridays ...... ...... ..... ...... ......
2 working days immediately preceding Christmas
LIQUOR LICENSED PREMISES.


CLASS 1 (Wholesale)
,, 2 (Retail)
,, 5 (Hotel) ...... .
,, 6 & 8 Refreshment Houses
On Sunday and Holidays ...... ......


8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
8 a.m.-- 1 p.m.
8 a.m.- 7 p.m.

8 .a.m.- 6 p.m.
8 a.m.- 8 p.m.


...... ...... 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
...... ...... 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
...... ...... 6 a.m.- 10.30 p.m.
...... ...... 6 a.m.- 10.30 p.m.
...... ...... 8 a.m.-10 a.m.
4 p.m.- 6 p.m.


PARLOUR, REFRESHMENT, AND UN-LICENSED REFRESHMENT
HOUSES.


'On each day
ORDINANCE No. 1/1942.


5 a.m.--11.30 p.m.


Sec. 6. This Order shall not apply to Barber's shops, Chemist,' and drug-
gists' shops, public and private dispensaries, newspaper and newsagents' shops,
bookshops, undertakers' shops or premises used solely for the sale of meat,
bread, milk, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, or ice, or the sale of gasoline deliv-
ered directly from a pump into motor vehicles.
Sec. 7. Where more trades or businesses than one are carried on in the
same shop and i.t is intended to take advantage of section 8 of the Ordinance,
structural arrangements by means of partitions or otherwise shall be made to
the satisfaction of the Chief of Police to ensure the complete separation into
the respective ccmpartments in which is carried on each of such trades or
businesses.
S. A. ANDERSO'N, Lieut.-Col.
Chief of Police.
6th May, 1955.














146 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 17 MAY, 1955.-(No. 29).


EDUCATION NOTICES. CUSTOMS NOTICES.

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATION, In accordance with the piovisiors of
1955. Section 102 of Cap. 183 (o tlie Laws of
St. Vincent. it is hereby notified that the
PRIVATE CANDIDATEF,. following article has been seized for a
breach of the Customs Ordinance.
All persons other than Evening Class IciMarks
Students and Student Teachers who J.M. 1 bag Cass;va Starch.
desire to sit the Oversea School Certifi-
cate Examination as Private Candidates 13th May, 1955.
should enquire at the Education Office
before May 21st, for further particulars. It is hereby notified that the under-
mentioned articles have lwren forfeited
W. M. LOPEY, for a breach of Section 90 Cap. 183 of
Acting Education Officer. the Laws of St. Vincent, and will be sold
29th April, 1955. by Public Anction at H. M. Customns on
Tuesday, 31st Jlay, at 10.00 o'clock in
SI the forenoon.


CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS,
1955.

The Cambridge Local Higher School
Certificate and School Certificate Ex-
auninations will be held at this Centre
in November and December, 1.955.
The fees, which should be paid at the
Treasury, are as follows:-
University Fee:-
H. S.C. ... 4. 0. 0
S. C. ... 2. 17. 6
,, ,, (not more
than 3
subjects) 1. 10. 0
Local Fee :-H.S.C. & S.C. 5. 0
Entry Forms may be obtained from
the Local Secretary. They should be
filled up and returned to him, together
with the Treasury receipts, not later
than Saturday, 18th June, 1955.
Information in connection with "pri-
vate entries" may be obtained f1l'n i Lhu
Local Sec retary.
W. M. LOPEY,
Local Secretary.
EDUCATION OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
29th April, 1q ,5.


INCOME TAX NOTICE.

All persons liable to Income Tax who
have not yet sul)mitte d their retut us for
the ycar of ais-essiin lit 19 .' are hereby
advised to do so s before Saturd(ay, 2lst
May, 1955, after which dale lep.ul pro-
ceedings u ill be instituted against all
defaulters.
By Ord1. r of'
THE COMMISIONE'S OF
IN(U:OE TAX.
INCOMi T.'.X OFFICE,
6th Mh 13, 195I5.


5 ctns. Anchdor Cigarettes
A. 1). W. JOHNSON,
foi' Collector of Customs.
H. M. CusTOMs,
ST. VINCENT.
13th May. 1955.

CONTROL NOTICES.

It is hereby notified for genial in-
formation that the importation of all;
meat aird meat product- fi om Dnenmark
and Holland is prohibited unless such
products are sterilized in hermetically
sealed containers.
2. Proof of such sterilisali( n will be
accepted on production of a certificate
from a Government Vetei irari;ni of the
country of origin to the effect that the
consignment has been sturili-td.
3. The requisite certificate should ac-
cooptianly each diiipln'tlit.

C. R. WILLIAMS.
for Controller of Supplies.
12th May, 1955.

With the exception of the items
mentioned in the schedule hereunder,
no licence will le necessary for the ex-
port of a ny ctnmoiolity produced in St.
Vincent.
Schedule
Arrowroot Farine
Cattle Fowls
(Charcoal Go t s
Coco t Pis
Coconuts Rumn
(Jip,: ad Copra Sleep)
p o'd Iuts S lg. I'r
D.ited this 25th dany of Api)i:, 1955.
C. 1l. WII,LIAMS,
for Controller of Supplies.
25th April, 19, 5.














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


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the Land and House Tax Ordinance," their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday 281h May, 1955,
at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.


Treasury Chambers,
Saint Vincent,
3rd May, 1955.

Name of Owners

1. Antoine Ivan
2. Boob Obadiah
3. Collins Maude
4. Christopher Victoria
5. Dodds Robertha
6. Farrell Albertha
7. Hepburn John Hrs.
8. Jeffrey Isaacs
9. Labby Dora
10. Nash Charles
11. Patrick John
12. Porter Christopher
13. Samuel Beatrice
14. Sayers Alexander
15. Stapleton Alder
16. Stewart Etheline
17. Trumpet Amos
18. Wilhams Daniel
19. Williams Luther


Situation of
Property
Rutland Vale
Rutland Vale
Rutland Vale
Spring
Convent
Spring
Cumberland
Spring
Cumberland
Hermitage
Spring
Spring
Spring
Grove
Spring
Spring
Grove
Grove
Spring


Description of Property

2 acres, 2 rds.
2 acres.
1 house
1 house spot
6 acres 2 poles
1 house
3 acres land
I acre land
1 house spot
2 acres
1 house spot
1 house spot
2 rds. 30 poles
1 acre, 2 rds 3 pIs.
5 acres 30 poles
1 house
4 acres land
4 acres, 1 rd. 3 pls.
1 house spot.


AGRICULTURAL NOTICE.

COLLECTION OF CR"WN LANDS REYWT AND ARREARS.

The Crown Lands Bailiff will be at the various places for the purpose of
collecting all Crown land Rent and Arrears.


June, 1955.


Colonarin- Police Station
Gecrgetown Police Station
Sandy Bay
Barrouallie
Layou
Vermont, Mr. Mattis Shop
Lauders, Mr. Hadley's Copra House
Bequia Pclice Station
Chat',aubelair Police Station
Cumberland Dispensary


6th & 7th, June, 1955
8th & 9th June, 1955
..... 10th June, 1955
..... 13th, 14th & 15th June, 1955
...... 16th June, 1955
...... 17th June, 1955
...... 20th June, 1955
...... 22nd, 23rd & 24th June, 1955
...... 27th, 28th & 29,th June, 1955
...... 30th Jur., 1955


July, 1955.


Lauders, Mr. Hadl.y's Copra House
Colonarie Police Station
Georgetown Police Station
Sandy Bay Polic'a Station
Mesopotamia Police Station
Lauders, Mr. Hadley's Copra House
Barrouallie Police Station
Layou Police Station
Vermont, Mr. Mattis Shop
Chateaub-alair Police Station
Cumberland Dispensary


4th July, 1955
5th July, 1955
6th & 7th July, 1955
8th July, 1955
...... 12th July, 1955
...... 14th July, 1955
...... 19th & 20th July, 1955
...... 21st July, 1955
...... 22nd July, 1955
...... 25th, 26th & 27th July, 1955
...... 28th July, 1955














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


and thereafter:-


Georgetown Police
Colonarie ,,
Chateaubelair ,,
Earrouallie ,,
Layou ,,
Mesopotamia ,,
Sandy Bay ,,
Bequia


Station


1st Friday in
3..... 3d Tuesday ,,
...... 4th Monday ,,
...... 2nd Monday ,,
...... 3rd Tuesday ,,
...... 2nd Tuesday ,,
4th Friday ,,
1s Wednesday


every month
,, ,,


J. M. CAVE,
Agricultural Superintendent.


10th May, 1955.


CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD.

In consequence of the MAagistrate's
finding that the Chateaulbehiir Town
Board Elections of 6th December, 1954,
were null and void notice is hereby
given that Rev. Ross Fowkes of Chat-
-eanbelair will be in attendance at the
Police Station in Chlteaiilielair on Mon-u
day 6th June, 1955, f rom S a.m. to 9
a.m. to receive nomin ationis for the
election of FOUR MAembers to serve on
the Chateaubo]hiir Town Board for the
remaining 1955/56 Term ending U3st
December, 1956.


2. Should a Poll be required it will
be taken at the P]olice Station at Chat-
eanbelair on lh'rday 1/3Ih June. 1955,
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 p.m.
to 5.30 p.m.
3. The Poll of Electorsto le used
is the Chaitcaul)lair T(vwn Board 1954
Electors List :and can he seen at the
Chateaubelair Police Station.

ERLA COOMBS.
Clerk,
Chiath'a .blair Town Board.
14th May, 1955.


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