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Publication Date: July 5, 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


Qublished b gluthorit.


VoL. 88.] 5AINT VPtIN I. T\IrI'-A. JULY. P.i55. 'NO. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 291.
VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR TO ST. VINCENT.

With reference to Government Notice No. 282 of 25th June, 1955, His Excel-
lency Mr. COLVILLE MONTGOMERY DEVERELL, C.M.G., C.V.O., O.B.E., Governor
and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands, will arrive in the Colony by
the "Grumman" at 5.05 p.m. on the 13th July, 1955. Following is the programme
of arrangements for his welcome and Swearing-in:-
Wednesday, 13th July, 1955. (Arrival).
5.05 p.m. His Excellency and Mrs. Deverell arrive at Villa Airport and are met
by the Acting Administrator, Mrs. Kelsick and the Chief of Police.
They proceed by launch to the Kingstown Jetty.
His Excellency and Party then proceed to the Kingstown Jetty
where His Excellency receives a salute of 17 guns and proceeds to
inspect a Guard of Honour (Police) drawn up in front ot the Police
Barracks. His Excellency and Mrs. Deverell are then introduced
to Members of Executive and Legislative Councils, Ministers of
Religion, Heads of Departments, Members of the Kingstown Board
and other notables, after which His Excellency and Party proceed
to Government House under Police escort.

Thursday, 14th July, 1955 (Swearing-in).
9.50 a.m. His Excellency and Party arrive at the Court House Yard under
Police escort from Government House. His Excellency inspects a
Guard of Honour and then proceeds to the Council Chamber where
the Acting Crown Attorney administers the Oaths of Office to him.
The Senior Elected and Senior Nominated Members of the
Legislative Council deliver addresses of welcome to which His Excel-
lency replies. The function then terminates, and His Excellency
and Party return to Government House under Police escort.
The general public are cordially invited to be present at the Swearing-in
Ceremony.
5th July, 1955.
(A. 62/1948).




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SAINN VINCENT, TUESDAY. 5 JULY, 1955.-(No. 40).


No. 292.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

It is notified for general in forma ion that there will he a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Connuil Chuimber, Kingstown, on Thursday, 7th
July, 1955, at 10.CO0 a.m.
Thli Order of the l)ay of 1his mii -tingi, punllishb d with lhisi! ue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation ti attend is exten-led t( the General Public.
5th July, 1955.
(A. 1/1949 II.)

No. 293.
HURRICANE NOTICES.

It is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurri-
eane threatening or approaching the Island, the following warning will be
given:-


CAUTIONARY
IKINCSTOWM (1) A white flag with a black
centre will be flown on
Police Hearquai ters.
(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements
(31 Three saluting guns will
be fired.
RurAL AREAS (1) A white flag with a black
centre will oe flown from
Police Stations.
(2) Loudspeaker ard Radio
Announcements.
5th July, 1955.
(W. 25/1949).


No. 294.
LAND ARRANGEMENTS.
I.-ANNUAL.
Non-Commissioned Officers in charge
of Police Stations throughout the
parishes outside of Kingstown are Hur-
ricane Relief Officers. They are to be
in constant touch with the District
Committees and must render them
useful service in hurricane condi-
tions. They are to keep a list of local
Justices of the Peace and of persons
who may suitably be enrolled as Special
Constables should the necessity arise.

II.-HURF'ECANE WARNINGS.
The Cable and Wireless Company Ltd.
gives priority to hurricane warnings, and
communicates them at once to the Ad-
ministrator and to the Government Sec-
retary who will then notify the Colonial
Treasurer .and the Chtef of Police.
On receipt of such a warning the


TAKE COVER
(1) Church bells will ring for
5 minutes.
(2.) Cotton Ginnery whistle will
blow for 5 mraities.
(3) The siren will blow for 5
minutes.

Church bells will iing for 5
minutes.


Ing paragraphs; they are to be ready to
organise relief work with the Medical
Department, to disseminate all informa-
tion; to make arrangements for food sup-
plies; to make arrangements for centres
for first aid for the injured, for housing
and feeding the poor and for transport.

III.-ACTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER WARNnta
ISSUED.
The Chief of Police will warn all Non-
Commissioned Officers in charge of Police
Stations, and they in turn warn inhabi-
tarts. ships in the harbr.ior. &c.
All Departments will batten down and
secure loose stores.
The Superintendent of Public Works
.-ill get in touch with Road Overseers
and they and the drivers and gangs will
be on the alert.
The Assistant Superintendent of Tele-
piones will get in touch with all lines-
men, and arrange with all Exchanges
T'o' the dissemination of warnings.


Government Secretary also informs all:
other Heads of Departments, and the IV.-AFTER THE HURRICANE.
Chief of Police immediately relays such After the hurricane is over, the Re-
warning to Non-Commissio-ned Officers ;ief Committees will decide on what
in charge of Police Station.,. buildings can be used as first aid sta-
From the time a hurricane warning tions and for housing and feeding des-
is received, the Hurricane Relief Corn- titute.
mittees are to take charge generally of Relief Committees will arrange in con-
'he Districts. They will at once get in junction with District Medical Officers
touch with the Police in their Districts for transport of injured to first aid sta-
and the officers mentioned in the follow- tions.















s.iNINT VENC'EN 1', IU'IJSLAY. 5 .IULY, 1955.-(No. 4$)).


Relief Committees will arrange to I
shelter the homeless and for their feed-
ing.
Relief Committees will issue food (if
they have taken charge of local supplies).
to first aid stations on demand by Dis-
trict Medical Officers.
V.-ACTION IN KINGSTOWN.
In Kingstown all action, as indicated
above, will be carried on by the
Kingstown District Committee, save
that the Treasurer, the Superintendent
of Agriculture and the Labour Commi;-
sioner will be in charge of food supplies,
and the Chief of Police will be in
charge of the collection and protection
of the homeless.


VI.-ST. VINCENT GRENADINES.
The District Officer, St. Vincent Gren-
adines and/or the individual Reliel
Committees will take any necessary
action in the islands in hurricane con-
ditions.
VII.-RETuRNS.
The Colonial Treasurer, the Senior
Medical Officer, the Chief of Police
and the Superintendent of Public
Works will render a return annually to
the Administrator on the 1st July to the
effect that their preparations with regard
to hurricane arrangements are up to date
and in order.
5th July, 1955.
(W. 25/1949).


No. 295.


ITTTRT'CANE ?E RTEEY (70 J[JMT7TTS.


A. In the event of a hurricane visiting this Island it is essential that the
relief work be inaugurated at once. The Central Hurricane Committee Is
omipoaed of:- -
His Honour the Administrator, Chairman,
Hon'ble Colonial Treasurer,
The Venerable Archdeacon R. S. Maxwell,
Rev. J. B. Broomes,
The Very Rev. Father Placid Ganteaume, O.S.B.,
A. G. Hazell, Esquire,
Hon. A. C. Cyrus,
N. V. Andalcio, Esq.,
The Senior Medical Officer
The Superintendent of Agriculture
The Chief of Police
The Superintendent of Public Works
Public Relations Officer.
Secretary, Mr. 0. E. Leigertwood, Acting Administrative Assist-
ant, Government Office.


B. The Distrial C(ommittees are as follows :-


CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac-
ing Chateaubelair. Rose Bank, Trou-
maca, Westwood, Rose Hal;


BARROUALLIE DISTRICT embracing !
Cumberland, Spring, Wallilabou, Peters I
Hope and Mt. Wynne


LAYOU DISTRICT embracing Layou,
Vermont, Francois, Clare Valley, Du-
bois, Chauncey, Questelles, Lowmans,
Camden Park


KINGSTOWN DISTRICT embracing |
Kingstown Sion Hil, Arnos Vale,
Edinboro. Bowood, &c.


CALLIAQUA DISTRICT embracing Cal-
Ilaqua, Belair, Stubbs, Gomea


James Ferdinand, Esquire,
Chairman
Rev. Ross Fowkes,
B. Marshall, Esquire,
J. A. Tucker, Esquire, J.P.,
Revd. F. Augustine Smartt,
Chairman
Revenue Officer, Barroiniilie,
G. M. Sandy, Esquire,
The District Nurse.
R'evd. F. B. Jones, Chairman,
Charles Walker, Esquire
J. Punnett, Esquire,
Hon'ble Langley Punnett,
Cyril Velox, Esquire.
The Chairman of the Kingstn.';i
Board, Chacirnaan,
0. D. Brisbane, Esquire
S. 0. DeFreitas, Esquire
C. Bute, Esquire,
G. Dougan, Esquire, Chairman,
Errey B. John, Esq., J.P.,
A. G. Nanton, Esquire, J.P.,
John A. Dougan, Esquire.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1955.--No. 40).


MESOPOTAMIA DISTRICT embracing
Mesonotamia, Richland Park, Hope-
well, Enharns. Evesham .



COLONARIE DISTRICT embracing Co-i
lonarie, Friendly Village, Biabou,
Bridgetown, Greggs, Lowmans, New'
Adelphi, Diamond, Lauders, &c.


GEORGETOWN
River going
Boundary)


GEORGETOWN
River going N


DISTRICT (from Dry
rjouth tc Colonarie



DISTRICT from Dry )
orth to Fancy


UNION ISLAND


3EQUIA


(ANOUAN


MAY.-EAU }




OTHER GRENADINES



C. The following is a summary of
the instructions issued to the Commit-
tees.
In the event of a hurricane strik-
ngf this Island the ,Chairman of each
District Committee will act at once with-
out further orders or instructions and


J. D. Punnett, Esquire, Chairman,
W. Davis, Esquire,
A. D. Drayton, Esquire, J.P.,
Mrs. Ursula Warner,
The District Nurse.

Hon. W. A. Hadley, C.B.E.,
Chairman,
The Senior Agricultural Officer of
the District,
Capt. The Hon'ble Alban DaSantos,
J.P.,
E. Ballah, Esquire, J.P
Percy Stephens, Esquire, J.P.,
Chairman,
C. W. Prescod, Esquire, I.S.O., J.P.,
Miss Agnes Cordice,
J. Everard Richards, Esq., J.P.
Rev. Eric S. Clarke.
W. H. Barnard, Esquire, Chairman,
George Glasgow, Esquire,
Basil Bascombe, Esquire
Ernest Punnett, Esq.
The District Officer, St. Vincent
Grenadines, Chairman,
Joseph Alves, Esquire, J.P.
The Revenue Officer, Union Is.
Sydney McIntosh, Esq., J.P.
Chairman,
Cyril McIntosh, Esquire,
Claude Hazell, Esquire,
Dawson Wallace, Esquire.
Emmanuel Adams. Esq., Chairman,
Agricultural Officer,
Mrs. Theresa Antrobus,
Whitfield de Roche, Esq.
The Proprietor of Mayreau (or his
Agent), Chairman,
The Head Teacher, Govt. School,
Mayreau.
TF be dealt with through the Cen-
tral Committee, Kingstown, in
consultation with the District
Officer, St. Vincent Grenadines
if possible by radiophone.

(d) What food is required immedi-
ately.
(e) What clothes are required imme-
diately.
(2) What medical stores are required
immediately.
(g) Condition of Roads.


:n.ugurate such immediate relief work 2. The district Co:mr-ittees will ar-
as he considers t.he exigencies of the r-.nge, in consultation with the District
sit.t-ion demand. inclusive of a tempor- Medic?l Officer for the transportation of
arv hospital and first aid stations. He the injured to first-ai s:Lions; trans-
will immediately summon his Committee, herring the seriously vo'nded to Kings-
collect the following information and town for hospitalisation: detention of
submit to he.d1 quarters as early as pos- the slightly wounded st first-aid stations
sible:- in the districts; establishment of cen-
(a) Numbei of persons killed. tral kitchens to cope with immediate
seriously wounded. demands for relief food rationing and
slightly wounded, requir- distribution of foodstuffs; housing and
ing medical attention. clothing of distressed puesrsns.
(b) ,, of persons destitte. 3. Should the roads be blocked so
S troyed that communication with the District
partially destroyed and Chairman is not possible each member
unfit for habitation. of the"Committee will act on his own














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1i55.-(No. 40).


initiative and organ
clear the roads and
such times as he cai
the Chairman.
In this event each
mittee will send a
to the Central Con
in 1 (a) to (g), train
soon as possible to t
district Committee.
4. The first duty
to see that roads
so that communicate
lished.
5th July, 1955.
(W. 25/1949).

No. 297.
The following
hurricane season:
KINGSTOWN:


















CHATEAUBELAIR:


TROUMACA:
BARROUALLIE:






LAYOU:





VERMONT:
QUESTELLES:



LOWMANS HILL:

CALLIAQUA:


ise relief parties to
give first aid until
n communicate with

member of a Corn-
written statement
imittee as required
nsmitting a copy as
'he Chairman of his

of a Committee is
ire cleared at once
tion can be estab-


No. 296.

RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Daily announcements will be made
over Radio St. Vincent (90 metres) at
7.15 a.m. throughout the hurricane seas-
on. In the event of a storm approach-
ing the island further announcements
vrill be made at 12.15 p.m. and 4.15 p.m.

5th July, 1955.

(W. 5/1949 II).


list of traders hold essential foodstuffs etc.. during the

Corea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd.
United Traders Ltd.
Baynes Bros.
Nanton Layne & Co.
P. H. Veira & Co.
Gerald Providence
Popular Grocery
G. W. Frank & Sons
Dolo Clarke
W. J. Abbott
Gill & Sons
George Forde
J. S. Veira
G. A. Veira & Sons
Fitzroy Roberts & Sons
Edgar Gibson
Edmund Webb
Peter DaSilva.
Olive Morgan
J. A. Tucker
Louis Gellizeau.
Enid Providence
Selwyn Connell
Melville Hamlet
Lily Jackson
E. A. Joachim
Lennard Joachim
Wilmouth Oliver
Reginald Ash
Cyril Velox
George Durham
Benjamin Durham
Edward Fraser
Beryl Hadaway
C. H. Jeffers
Francis DaSilva
T. Collins
Jack Bros.
Esau Williams
Fitz Williams
Rupert Venner
R. A. Gibson
Talbut Isaacs
Simeon Cumberbatch
John Dougan
Edith Dougan
Edith Tony















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1955.-(No. 40).


BRIGHTON & BELVEDERFE


'-OMEA:


MESOPOTAMIA:


RICHLAND PARK:



HOPEWELL:
COLONARIE:

GEORGETOWN:


LANGLEYY PARK:
OWIA:
SANDY BAY:

2EQUIA:
Port Elizabeth

Hamilton
Okar
Low Bay
Paget Farm
Gellizeau
CANOUAN:

UNION ISLAND:
Ashton


Clifton


Maria Fraser
Cecil Charles
A. Joslyn
Edith Phillips
Lawrence Woods
Aflick Haynes
Amos Bacchus
Gerald Miguel
Benedict Da Silva
Helen Da Costa
J. Bacchus
D. Bacchus
Gladys Bacchus
Benedict Da Silva
Benedict Da Silva
Alban Gonsalves
Daisy Agard
Henry Coombs
Mt. Ben1inck Shop
Percy Stephens
Cecil Crichton
Basil Balcombe
T. L. Jackson
A. Baptiste
Cecil Huggins
Howard McIntosh
Cyril McIntosh
Mena Jarvis
Ulric Harris
Nathan Phillips
Leon Ollivierre
Arnie Ollivierre
Conrad Hazell
Eliza De Roche
Annie Snagg
Joseph Alves
Vernal Hutchinson
Ezekiel Jones
Alexander Stewart
Conrad Adams
Prince Allen
John Allen.


5th July, 1955.


No. 298.
APPOINTMENTS.

Miss VICTORIA LEWIS has been ap
pointed a; Junior Assistant Librarian,
Public Librar\ with effect from 1st
January, 1955.
5th .Inly. 1955.
(P. F. 682).

No. 299.
His Flononr the Acting A.duinistra-
tor has been pleased to approve the!
appointment of the undermentioned:
persons in the General Clerical Service


of the Colony with effect from 1st May,
1955:-
Miss ANESTA STEWART, Class III
Clerk. Registry. seconded tempo-
rarily to the Crown Attorney's
Office :
Mis. .JOAN E. COREA, Class III Clerk,
Labour Department, temporarily
seconded to Government Office;
Mr. JOHN W. ITON, Class III Clerk,
T r'(astiry Department, temporari-
I second ed as an Assistant Mas-
ter, Gr; Mnmar School.
5th July, 1955..
(P.F.'s 679. 722, 716.)














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1955.-(No. 40). 213


No. 300.
PROMOTION.

Mr. M. V. WILLIAMS, Senior Clerk,
Audit Department, has been promoted
to the post of Assistant Examiner of
Accounts, Audit Department. with
effect from 1st June, 1955.
5th July, 1955.
(P. F. 180).

No. 301.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. E. 0. ANTROBUS, Assistant Tax
Officer, Inland Revenue Branch, Treas-
ury Department has been granted 6
months'vacation leave with effect from
1st July, 1955.
5th July, 1955.
(P. F. 158).

No. 302.
Mr. ALFRED L. SAMUEL, Acting Gov-
ernment Secretary, etc. 3 months vaca-
tion leave with effect from 4th July.
1955.
5th July, 1955.
(P.F. 60(.)

No. 303.
Ri SUMPTION.

With reference to Governmert Notice
No. 2.50 of 7th June, 1955, Mr. GEORGE
TUCKER, Junior Clerk. Magistrate's
Office, resumed duties with effect from
1st July, 1955.
5th July, 1955.
(P. F. 531),

No. 304.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 440 of 1st September, 1953, Mr.
H. H. WILLIAMS, H.A., Administrative
Assistant, Government Office, resumed
duty with effect from 4th July. 1955.
5th July, 1955.
(P.F. 134).


No. 305.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Withl reference to Government Notice
No. 302 of 5th July, 1955, Mr. H. H.
WILLIAMS, B.A., Administrative Assis-
tant. Government Office. as Govern-
ment Secretary, etc. with effect from
4th July, 195; and until further notice.
5th July, 1955.
(P. F. 134 )


No. 306.
RESIGNATIONS.

Mr. HUBERT SALANDY, Linotype
Operator, Government Printing Office,
has resigned with eff, ct from 1st July,
1955.
5th July. 1955.
(P. F. 413).

No. 307.
I Mrs. VICTORIA ALEXANDER, District
Nurse, Bequia, has resigned with effect
from 1st July, 1955.
5th July, 1955.
(M. 2/1951).

No. 308.
CORRECTIONS.

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
267 of 21st June, 1955 and 28th June,
1955 the name l)apre Ollivierre as
appears in line 10 of the Schedule to
the Declaration is corrected to read
"Daphne Ollivierre."
5th July, 1955.

No. 309.
With reference to Gazette Notice No.
268 of 21st June, 19)55 and 28th June,
1955. tile words water tank" as ap-
pear in line 3 of the first paragraph of
thlie Declaration, are cancel( d andi re-
placed by the word road."
5th July, 1955.

No. 310.
LEGISLATION.

The under-neiitiont d Bill is pub-
lished witli this issue ot the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library. District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue Of-
fices:-
Bill for an Ordinance further to
amend the Pass anger Boats Ordiin-
ance, Cap. 201.
(S. 9/1944).
5th .Inly, 1955.

No. 289.
VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POST OF SANITARY SUPERIN-
TENDENT ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.

Applications a re invited for the nost
of Sanitary Superinitenent in thle Medi-
cal DT)partniint Saint Vincent. British
West Indies.















214 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1955.-(No. 40).


2. Candidates must possess the Sani-
tary Inspectors Certificate of the Royal
Sanitary Institute. They should have a
working knowledge of the construction
and Maintenance of small rural water
supplies, drainage and the construction
of drains. They should also be able to
read building plans and be familiar with
the construction of houses. Candidates
should mention whether they have had
experience in a Government or Munici-
pal Health Department in the West
Indies.
3. The duties ot the post include
general supervision of the various
scavenging services and Sanitary
measures of the Colony: general main-
tenance of small rural water supplies;
and checking building plans for rural
areas not under control of the Central
Housing and Planning Authority.
All duties will be performed under
the direction of the Senior Medical
Officer.
4. The salary of the post. which is
pensionable. is in the scale $2304 x $96-
$2784. Transport allowance for the
maintenance of a motor car for the
performance of official duties will be
paid at approved local rates.
5. Quartersare not provided. Govern-
ment officials are liable to taxation
imposed by local enactments.
6. Applications accompanied by copies
of recent testimonials (preferably from
Public Health Officers)should be address-
ed to the Senior Medical Officer, Saint
Vincent, and should be submitted to
reach him not later .han 31st,Tuly. 1955.
20th .Tune, 1955.

No. 290.
POST OF AGRICULTURAL ASSISTANT
(PLANT PROTECTION) GRENADA,
B. W. I.

Applications are invited for the post
of Agricultural Assistant (Plant P'rotec-
tion) in the Department of Agriculture,
Grenada. B. W. I.
2. The post which carries a salary
scale of $2016 x $96-$2100 x $120-$2880.
is pensionalle. Considleration will be
given to appointmefit of a candidate at
a salary in excess of the minimum if
the qualifications and experience of the
candidate or other circumstances justify
such a course.
3. The successful candidate will be
required to supervis- and direct the
department's program mine for the control
of Plant diseas-s and pests including
Wftches' Broom disease of cocoa and
Leafspot disease of bananas. Consider-
able p.ratical experience in leafspot
disease control is of particular import-


ance and applicants should state in
detail their experience in this direction.
Minimum qualification for the post is
the diploma of the Jamaica Society of
Agriculture or its equivalent. The
appointee may be required to undertake
a short course of training in the control
of Witches' Broom Disease at Govern-
ment expense.
4. The post carries a travelling allow-
ance at present at the rate of $1440 per
annum, and the appointee will be re-
quired to keep a motor car. Government
will be prepared to grant a loan, repay-
able in five (5) years, to enable the
appointee to purchase a car.
5. Quarters are not provided.
6. Free passages for the appointee his
wife and children (up to a maximum of
five (5) persons) will be provided on
appointment.
7. Applications, which should be
addressed to the Secretary of the Public
Service Commission, Government Office,
Grenada, should be forwarded through
the Director of Agriculture of the terri-
tory in which the applicant is domiciled,
and should state age, qualifications and
experience, marital status and number
of children, if any, present and past
employment, present salary and the
minimum salary at which the applicant
would be prepared to accept appoint-
ment. The appointee will be expected
to assume duty immediately upon
appointment.
S. The appointee will be subject to
the Colonial Regulation sand the General
Orders in force in the Colony.
9. Applications should reach the
Secretary of the Public Service Com-
mission. Grenada not later than 15th
.Jily. 1955 and should be accompanied
by two testimonials of recent date.
28th June, 1955.

No. 311.
POST OF SURVEYOR, DOMINICA.

Apipicationsi are in vited from suit ably
qnalisti, d carldi,!ates for appointment,
on contract for a period of on- year to
the non-pensionable post of Surveyor
in connection with the proposed instal-
lation of a new water-supply for
Roseau an:] its environs.
Salary will be at a fixed rate of
$2,880 in the scale $2,400 x $120-$2,880
per annum. Subsistence allowance will
be payable at current rates when work-
int away from assigned headquarters.
Quarters are not provided.
Transport allowance will be paid at
current rates if the officer is required
by Government to maintain a means of
transport.















SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1955.--(No. 40).


A free passage to Dominica will be
provided, on appointment, a11 a free
return passage will be provided on sat-
isfactory completion of contract.
Duties will consist mainly of detailed
surveys of the areas of potential supply.
reconnaissance of suitable sources :and
pipe-line routes, of sites for ;in intake
dam, a reservoir, filter-beds and other
ancillary installations.
Applications with details of qualifica-
tions and past experience, accompanied
by two recent testimonials, should he
addressed to the Administrator, Govern-
ment Office, Dominica, B.W.I., and
should reach him not later than 31st
July. 1955.
5th July. 1955.
(A. 15/50 II).

No. 279.
VACANCIES FOR MISTRESSES, BISHOP'S
HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, BRITISH
GUIANA.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment as
Mistresses, Bishop's High School for
Girls, British Guiana.
2. The duties are to teach two or
more of the subjects English, History,
Latin, French, chiefly in the middle
school though there might be some
opportunity for work at the standard of
the Ordinary Level of the General Cer-
tificate, of Education. The persons ap-
pointed will be expected to take part in
some of the extra curricular activities of
the school in addition to her teaching
duties.
3. Candidates should possess a Bache-
lor of Arts degree either General or
with Honours. A Teacher's Diploma
or an equivalent qualification is desir-
able but not essential.
4. The successful candidate will be
allowed a commencing salary within
the scale 500 x 25-623 per annum
appropriate to her experience and/or
qualifications; at present a temporary
cost of living allowance at the rate of
71. 17. 6. 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 appointment would normally
be pensionable subject to the candidates'
medical fitness and to satisfactory ser-
vice during a probationary period of
one year, but the successful candidate
could if she so preferred, be appointed
on a three-year contract in which case
she would be granted, on the satisfac-
tory conclusion of her period of contract


service, a gratuity calculated at the rate
of 25% of basic salary for each complet-
ed period of three months service in-
cluding approved leave.
6. The successful candidate will be
subject on appointment to the Colonial
Regulations ant to local General Orders
and instructions in force for the time
being in so far as they are applicable.
7. Vacation t ave (for both "pension-
able" and contract" staff) is earn-
ed at the rate of five days for each
completed month of resident service up
to a maxim tuiij of six months. subject
to a minimum tour of two years resi-
dent service.
A pensionable appointee would be
eligible for assistedd passages" when
travelling to andt from leave, subject to
the provision of funds annually by the
Legislative Council and to the require-
mnits of the Public Officers Leave
(Passage) Regulations.
If recruited from overseas, the Mis-
tress would be provided by Government
with a passage to British Guiana in
order to take up hier appointment, and
if the appointment is on contract, with
a passage back to the place from which
she was recruited on the satisfactory
completion of her con tract.
8. Applications should be addressed
to the Headmistress, Bishop's High
School for Girls. British Guiana, in time
to reach her not later than the 31st
August, 1955. (Cop)ies and not origi-
nals of certificates and testimonials
should be submitted).
21st June. 1955.
By Command,
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Arclin Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
5th Jull 1955.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.


THE LAND AND HOUSE TA
ORDINANCE.
(CA P. 1194)

INSPECTION OF TAX ROLL.


It is Iherely notified for general in-
formation tlii:t tlhe Tax Roll fir each
district of the Colon.y will. after the
30th day of June, 1955). he- available for
in specti on by the Public at the
Treasury.
N. A. BERRIDGE,
Magistrate.
5th Jfly, 1955.














216 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1955.--(No. 40).


PO LICE NOTICES.


TO OWNERS OF PUBLIC SERVICE
VEHICLES, GOODS VEHICLES AND
TRAILERS H, H--T AND T PLATES.

Your attention is drawn to the pro-
visions of Regulation 18 of the M.V. &
R.T. Regulations, 1940, whereby no
licence may he issued or renewed for
such vehicles unless an Inspection of
Vehicles certifies that the vehicles com-
ply with all the provisions of the Or-
dinance and Regulations, (that is to say,
that the vehicle must he absolutely
roadworthy, have :ll the necessary fit-
tings, including lamps, efficient brakes,
etc.).
The Inspector of Motor Vehicles (Mr.
Richards) is available at Police Head-
quarters daily from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon
and from 1.00 p in. to 3.00 p.m. on week
days to inspect vehicles, the licences for
which are ;ue for renewal at the .nd of
Junn" and those vehicles already licenced
for the complete year. as Regulation 18
(5) requires that all vehicles as described
must he examined twice annually.
WARN.ING:- Licences may be re-
fused and those already issued may be
cancelled if those regulations are not
complied with.
24th June. 1955.


RADIO LICENCE FEE.

The attention of the general public is
drawn to Section 2 of S.R. & 0. No. 84
of 1949 with respect to the payment of
Radio Licence Fees.
It a',pears that a number of persons]
are of the o!uinion iai;it the licence fee
has )"en wai vod. Th is. however, is in-
correct ani pro-eedings will hbe insti-
tutedi against nersons defaulting.

S. A. ANDERiON. Lt.-Col.,
Licensing Authority.
22nd Jnne. 1955.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

CAMDEN PARK EXPERIMENT
STATION.

MANGO AND CITRUS PLANTS FOR
SALE.

TIe r, ar- av:vilablh for .i le 80 lrongio
plants IJuli C ion :ni Imp.riial
(l;iianeld) ;nd 250 bnhildd citlus pl:atn


-Parson Brown, Lue Gim Gong, Wash-
ington Navel and Valencia oranges and
marsh seedless grapefruit at 60c. each.
Orders should be placed with the
Officer-in-Charge, Camden Park Exper-
iment Station or Agricultural Officer,
Head Office, Kingstown.

,HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Ag. Superintendent of Agriculture.
16th June, 1955.




SAINT VINCENT.

CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNrNO
AUTHORITY.


Jii'SOLUTION giving notice. of a
decision to prepare a Housing Scheme
on a porti( n of Sans Souci Estate sit-
uated in the Parish of Charlotte and to
declare tht' area a Housina area.

SECTION 14 OF THE SLUM CLEARANCE
AND HOUSING ORDINANCE No. 1 OF 1946

The followin't. Resolution which was
p,;ssed at a meeting of the Central
Hotnsing and Planning Authority
held on the 31st May, 1955, is pub-
lished for general information.
RESOLUTION.

BE IT RESOLVED AND IT IS
HEREBY RESOLVED that the Cein-
iral Housing anil Plamning Authority
ihvo this 31st day of May, 1955. de-
cided to prepare a shlieme under the
provision of >,ec ioi 14 of the Slum
clearance ai Hfousi,.g Ordinance. No.
1 of 1946 for-
All that parcel (,f land ling in the
Parish of Charlolte anid being a portion
of SansSoueai Estate k ,own as Mt. Gren-
nan, measuring 8 :ics. 2 rd. 1 pl. and
bounded on the North iy lands of Sans
Sonci Estate o01 th West by lands of
Wilmoth Halda\ar :i(nd Vincent Sam,
and on thi l as: "lv lanils of Austin
Rich:rds and a Road :ind on the South
by lands of Edward Williams. A Plan
of th' portion of lad baring Survey
Order No. 36/54 :;, be seen at the
Office of the Crown Siu veyor and at the
Office of the Central HIcmsing and Plan-
ning Authority.

B. P. NEEHALL,
Secretary,
Central HoFising & Planning
Aut hority.















SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 5 JULY, 1955.-(No. 40).


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that the undernmentioned 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 9th July, 1955,
at the Tro'~sury, Kiingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury Chambers,
Saint Vincent,
17th June, 1955.


Name of Owner.

Adams, Melvins
Billinghurst, Ernest
Carr, John
Charles, Donald
Edwards, Lisle T.
Edwards, McDougal
Fraser, Mazaline
Gordon. Georgina
Grant, Elton
Hamilton, Roy
Haywood, Augustus
Haynes, James A.
John, F. Haz-ll
Howard, Luther
Irish, Mahalin
Jes.op, .Jason
Moses. TIenry
Myers, James
Slater. Lennox.


Situation of?
Property
Buccament Bay
Montrose

Cane Grove
Montrose
do
do
Vermont
Buccaiiient Bay
\C ontro-e
do
Buecament
Montiroso
do
Vermont
QuOensbury
Vermont
)jubois
Vermnt


Description of Property

3 roods
1 House Spot
I House
1 ri,. 5.9 p'o
1 House and 1 rd. 13 po.
1 House & 1 House Spot
1 House ok I House Spot
1 House
1 H house
I House Spot
1 House spot
1 House
1 House & 1 House Spot
1 House
I House
1 House Sp
1 House
1 House Spot
I HTouse.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
I Price 24 cents. ]



















SAINT VINCENT.

No. of 1965.






BILL FOR

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Passenger Boats Ordin-
ance, Cap. 201.


Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Passenger Boats
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1955, and shall be read as one with
the Passenger Boats Ordinance (hereinafter referred to as the
principal Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.

2. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance as amended by the
Passenger Boats (Amendment) Ordinance, 1929, is hereby
amended ag follows:-
(a) by the deletion of the clause therein defining adult
person";
(b) by the deletion of the clause therein defining "Passen-
ger" and the substitution therefore of the following
definition:-
"Passenger" means any person carried in a ship, except-
(a) a person employed or engaged in any capacity
on board the ship on the business of the ship,
(b) a person on board the ship either in pursuance
of the obligation laid upon the master to carry
shipwrecked, distressed or other persons or by
reason of any circumstance that neither the


Short title.

Cap. 201.


Amendment of
section 2 of
principal
Ordinance.
No. 10 of 1929,








No. Passenger Boats (Amendment). 1955.


master nor the owner nor the charterer (if any)
could have prevented or forestalled, and
(c) a child under one year of age."

Amendment of 3. Section 7 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended
section 7 of by the deletion of the word "adult" a,)pearing at the end of the
principal first line of the said section and before the word "persons".
Ordinance

Passed the Legislative Council this day of 1955.


Clerk of Legislative Council.
(S. 6/1952)).

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The object of this Bill is to replace the definition of "passenger" contained
in section 2 of the Passenger Boats Ordinance (Cap. 201) as amended by a
definition which would include persons of one year of age and over; and to
provide that the certificate fixing the number of persons to be carried by
passenger boats should relate to all persons and not merely to adult persons.
2. The definition follows section 26 (1) (c) of the Merchant Shipping
(Safety Convention) Act, 1949, which also appears in the Interpretation
Clause of the draft British Caribbean Merchant Shipping Bill.

KEITH ALLEYNE,
Crown Attorney.
Crown Attorney's Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown,
18th January, 1955.




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