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Publication Date: August 30, 1955
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275


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Sublished bh SAuthoritn.


VoL. 88.] SAINT V[NCENI'. T[ESI)AY, 30 AUGUST. 1955. [No. 51.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Beef, fresh with and
___ without bone ..... per pound
No. 374. Firewood ..... per cord
TENDERS FOR (JOVERNMENT Gasolene and kerosene per gallon
SERVICES. Mutton ..... per pound
MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES. CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT.
1. The Contract to be from 1st Jan-
Sealed Tenders will be received until 'i. ry. to 31st December, 195e.
3 o'clock p.m. on Friday the 2nd Septen- 2. The Contractor undertakes to de-
oer, 1955, for the supply to Government 1jiv r at his own expense into the Stores
for the period 1st January to 31st Decem of Institutions the articles placed oppo-
ber, 1956 of such quantities of the under- sie his name at the price stated, on
mentioned articles as may l e daily or s.b1 days. at such times, and in such
otherwise required for the use of any quantities as may be stated on the
Government Department. req:.isitions of ,the Head of Department
Tenders are to be addressed to the or Officer in charge.
Chairman, Tenders Board, Treasury
Building, and distinctly marked on the Firewood for the Extension Hospital,
envelope Tender for Supplies to Gov- Montrose, Leper ASylum, Fort Char-
ernment Institutions etc." Printed lotte, Mental Hospital, Vill2 and Pauper
foims will be issued on application at Gov- Asylum, Glen, to be delivered stacked at
ernment Office. the respective places named.
Tenders over the prices fixed by the 3. Every article supplied must be of
Board of Control will not be considered. a 2ound, good quality, and i;o article is
Any delivery charge should be stated to be substituted for the one requisi-
on the Tender separate from the actual tioned for without the :-onsent of the
price of the commodity. requisitioning officer first obtained.
The Government does not bind itself 4. Any articles considered by the
to accept the lowest or any tender, and Head of Department or Offic'er in charge
reserves the power of accepting any part to be of inferior quality may be rejected
of a tender. by him, and shall be immediately re-
Nothing in any contract which may be :ioved and replaced by the Contractor
entered into will be considered as affect- at his own expense, without any allow-
ing the right of the Government to ance being made to him far such arti-
import at any time any articles it may cles
require notwithstanding such supply is 5. If the rejected article- are not re-
contracted for locally. moved within 9 hours from the time
The attention of parties tendering is notice shall have been given to the Con-
particularly directed to the "conditions tractor, they will be returned to, and at
of contract" inserted .at the end of this th-, expense of the Contractor; pro-
notice which will be binding on them. vided that if the Contractor gives such


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276 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 51).


explanation as may be satisfactory to
the Administrator, the ex".nse :)f such
return shall not be charged
9. Should the Contractor neglect or
refuse to replace rejected articles or to
supply any of the articles contracted
for at the times stated in the requisi-
tions,, the Head of Department or Offi-
cer in charge, shall be at, liberty to
purchase the said articles from other
persons; and the difference between
the price paid for such articles and the
contract price shall be deducted from
the next payment made to the Con-
tractor.
7. The Head of Department ot Offi-
cer in charge may, if he should deem it
necessary, purchase articles of perish-
able food such as bread, meat, etc., at
once to replace rejected articles.
8. All fresh meat contracted for
must be slaughtered in the Slaughter-
house in Kingstown.
9. If the Contractor should persist
in such irregularities as stated in para-
graph 6, the Administrator shall have
tie power to terminate the contract
immediately or at such time as may
appear to him proper and convenient.
10. The contract may be terminated
at any time by one month's notice being
given either by the Contractor to the
Administrator or by the Administrator
to the Contractor.
16th August, 1955.


No. 373.
Tenders are hereby invited, and will
be received up to 3.00 p.m. on Friday
2nd S'eptember, 1955, for the supply
of fresh whole milk to the following
Government Institutions for the vear
1956 :-
Colonial Hospital. Kingstown(includ-
ing Extension Hospital)
Nurses Hostel, Montrose
Lewis Pinnett Home for the Aged
Poor, Glen
Leper Asylum, Fort Charlotte
Mental Hospital, Calliaqua.


4. Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Treasury.
'n1l the onvolopes are to be marked
"Tender for Milk".
Any delivery charge should be stated
on the Tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity.
16th August, 1955.

No. 382.
PTenders aro invited and will be
received up to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, 6th
September, 1955, for the supply of fresh
boneless beef to the following Govern-
meni Institutions for the period Octo-
her 1st to December 31st. 1955:-
Colonial Hospital, Kingstown-inclu-
ding the Extension Hosoital and
the Nurses Hostel, Montrose.
Lewis Punnett Home for the aged
Poor, Glen, Leper Asylum, Fort
Charlotte.
Mental Hospital, Calliaqua.
2. The beef supplied must be without
hones. of a sound, good quality and
must be slaughtered in the slaughter-
house in Kingstown.
3. This item must be supplied at such
times and in such quantities as may be
stated on the requisitions of the Head
of Department or Officer in Charge of
the Institutions.
4. Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman of the Tenders Board, The
Treasury, and envelopes are to be mark-
ed "Tender for Beef".
5, The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
23rd Angust, 1955.


No. 391.
REMEMBRANCE DAY.

It is notified for general information
that Remembrance Day will be observed
on Sunday, the 6th November this
year.


2. The average i1iily requirements 30th August, 1955.
will be :- (.A. 55/1947).


Colonial Hospital 294 Imperial pints
Nurses Hostel 25 ,, ,,
Lewis Punnett
Home 32 ,, ,,
Leper Asylum 8 ,, ,,
Mental Hospital 46 ,..
3. The milk must. contain not less
than 3 per cent of fats and 81 per cent
of non-fatty solids and is to be deliv-
ered in good condition at the Institu-
tion concerned. The contract will be
terminable by three months' notice on
either side.


No. 392.
APPOINTMENTS.

HURRICANE RELIEF COMMITTEE.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 295 of 5th July, 1955, the following
appointments have been made :-
A. D. DRAYTON, Esq., J.P., Chairman
of the Mesopotamia District Relief
Committee (vice J. D. PUNNETT,
Esq., deceased).














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 51).


J. D. WOODS, Esq., J.P., a Mmbher IA hy-election becomes necessary to
of the Georgetown District (from fill the vacancy created by Mr. GRANT'S
Dry River going North to Fancy) resignation.
Relief Committee (vice GEORGE Nomination Day will he on Monday,
GLASGOW, Esq.) 5th September, 1955. ard should a poll
30th August. 1955. be required, it will be taken on Monday,
(W. 25/1949 II). 19th September.
30th August, 1955.
No. 393. (A. 83/1948).
LIQUOR LICENSING BOARD. j

With reference to Government Notice No,. 396.
No. 604 of 21st December, 1954, J. LEGISLATION.
DODDRIDGE WOODS, Esq., has been
appointed a member of the Liquor Th following Document is pub-
Licensing Board for the Charlotte listed with this issue of the Gazette:-
Parish for the remainder of the cur-
rent year, vice Mr. Allan King, deceased. The Central Housing and Planning
Authority (Sans Souci Housing


30th August, 1955.
(J. 10/1948).


Scheme) 1955.
30th August, 1955.


No. 394. ___
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT. No. 397.

Mr. ALVIN DERIGGS in his post of SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.
Bailiff, Treasury Department, (Inland
Revenue Branch), with effect from 20th The Accounts of the Colony for the
July, 1954. period 1st January to 31st May,
11955, are published with this issue of
30th Angust, 1955. the Gazette.
(P. F. 749). 30th August, 1955.

No. 395. No. 398.
MARRIAQUA VILLAGE COUNCIL. The Estimates of Revenue and Ex-

Mr. ARTHUR W. GRANT, Elected penditure of the Kingstown Board for
Member of the Marriaqua Village Coun- the year 1955 are published with this
cil, has resigned with effect from 10th issue of the Gazette.
August, 1955. 30th August, 1955.


No. 293.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

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


CAUTIONARY
KINGSTOWN (1) A white flag with a black
centre will be flown on
Police Headquarters.
(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements
(3) Three saluting guns will
be fired.
RurAL AREAS (1) A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
Police Stations.
(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements.
5th July, 1955.
(W. 25/1949).
By Command,


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

Church bells will ling for 5
minutes.


A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.


GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
30th August, 1955.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 AUGUST, L955.-(No. 51).


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.

TREASURY NOTICES.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE.

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, 10th
September 1955, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

P. R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
13th August, 1955.
Name of Owner
or Occupier


Vauloo, Robert


Andrews, Charles
Baxter, Eugena
Boucher, Wilfred
Davis, Amos
Davis, Clement
Gumbs, H-rry
Job, Ellen
John, Cornelius
Job, Alexander
Martin. Henry
Pope, Jonathan
Roache, Marrie
Richards, Millicent
Simon, Alfred
Sutherland, G.or.ge
Sutherland. Peter
Thomas, David
Williams, Ernest
Williams, Gladys


Browne, Thomas
Edwards, Lisle
James, Elise
McKenzie, William
Samuel, Robert T.


Nanton. Augustus
Williams, Princess


Situation of
Property
DISTRICT I.
Kingstown Park

DISTRICT III.
Vermont
Campden Park

Vermont

Castle Grant

Francois
Malony
Montrose

Edinboro
Montrose
Retreat
Montrose
Lo wiani
Montrose
Care Wood
Montrose

DISTRICT IV.
Rutland Vale
Lammies
Rutland Vale
Spring Village


DISTRICT V.
Rose Hall
Sbarpes


Description of
Property


1 Eight-Day Clock and
1 Brazen Flower Pot.

1 House
3 Roods
1 House
1 House, 1 Spot
2 Acres, 9 poles
1 House
1 House, 1 spot
I House, 1 spot
1 House
i House spot
1 House spot
I House
1 House, 1 spot
23 Poles
1 House
2 Acs., 1 rd. 14 pls.
1 House spot
1 Ac. 1 rd. 26 pls.
1 House spot


3 Acs. 2 rds. 18 ple.
2 Acs. 12 poles
13 Poles
1 House spot
1 House


1 House spot
1 House


SMALL TOWN RATES.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons, having become
defaulters under the Local Governmeni Ordinance. th(-ir prpi cities having been
levied upon will be offered for sale at 1 p.m. on Saturday 3rd September 1955,
at the Treasury Kingstown for the recovery of rates due.

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
23rd August, 1955.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 51). 279


Name of Owner
or Occupier


Situation of
Property


Description of
Property


Cornmissiong, Gertrude
Creese, Claudius
James, Eliza
Quammie, Mabel
Nicholls, Ivy
Griffeth, Margarett


British Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes in circu-
lation on 1st August,
1955 :-
Trinidad & Tobago
(including Mont-
serrat) ...
Barbados ...
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica
Antigua ...
St. Kitts ...


Calliaqua


$56,027,758.00






$27,566,844.00
5,327,625.00
13,867,302.50
1,939,100.00
504,400.00
934,000.00
1,094,400.00
1,495,300.00
1,519,500.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $54,218,471.50


Demonetized Trini-
dad & Tobago Govt.
notes outstand-
ing ...
Demonetized Brit-
ish Guiana Govt.
notes outstand-
ing ...
Demonetized Bar-
bados Govt. notes
outstanding ...

Total Government notes
outstanding ...


$ 933,367.00



327,531.50


89,732.00


$1,350,620.50


Total circulation
on 1st August, 1955 ... $55,599,092.00

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency
Board.

BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I..


1 waggon, 1 table, 1 settle
1 house
1 lot of land
1 house
1 house
1 house


EDUCATION NOTICES.


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st AUGUST, 1955.

Average Circulation during
June, 1955:-
Br. Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes ...$54,626,732.00
Demonetized Govt.
notes (outstanding)... 1,401,026.00


GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

TERM III 1955 will begin on Monday
12th September, 1955, at 10.30 a.m.
J. F. GORDON,
Acting Headmaster.
24th Au2ust, 1955.

GIRLS' HIGH sCHOOL.

TERM IlI, 1955 will begin on Monday
12th September, 1955, at 10.30 a.m.
J. M. BUCHAN,
Headmistress.
24th August, 1955.

EXAMINATION FOR THE AWARD OF
SCHOLARSHIPS.

A Competitive examination for the
award of Scholarships for boys and
girls tenable at the Grammar School
and the Girls' High School will be held
at the Richmond Hill Government
School on Friday. 7th October, 1955,
beginning at 9.00 a.m.
2. The Scholarships are open to
pupils attending Government or Assist-
ed Primary Schools or Private Schools
which satisfy the requirUmenta of the
Board of Education, and entitle the
holders to free tuition, games and
library fees and the necessary school
books and stationery. A maintenance
grant at the rate of ninety-six dollars
per annum is payable to scholarships
holderswhose normal place of residence
is at least two miles from the limits of
Kingstown measured by the shortest
public highway and who have to live
away from home for the purpose of
taking advantage of the scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age o- the 15th
September, 1955. Age must be proved
by a birth or baptismal certificate.
(b) have attended a Government
or Assisted Primary School or
Private School which satisfies
the requirements of the Board
of Education, during the twelve
months preceding the 15th Sep-
tember. 1955. for not less than
75%o of the maximum attend-
ances possible during g such
period, as shown in the Atten-
(lance Register kept in the
school.














280 SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 30 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 51).


(c) furnish ct rLific:t-s of good con-I POLICE NOTICE.
duct t'rom the Head Teacher or'
lIead Teachers of such school RADIO LICENCE FEES.
or schools.
( -) he natives of the Colony, or The public is hereby notified that the
children of na ves o! have Pol ice are instituting proceedings
be,'n resident in the Colony for against all owners of Madieos who have
at east two ve rs. deliberately refuse, d or neplected to
pay Licence Fees in respect (4 tfie
4. The Education Officer is e- pay Licence es i s t
powered to accept ir examination any
candidate who, t h ;o u g b illness has S. A. ANDERSON, Lt-Col.,
failed to comply with the requirements Chief of Police & Licensing Authority.
of paragraph l (b) a]love. with respect 30t h August, 1955.
to the numbl r ol ;ttetidances.
5. No Scaholar,-;hip shall be awarded NOTICE
to any anti lid(ate who obtains 1-ss tiian
one-third of' th< possible mairksin t-ich BY AUTHORITY OF THE LAND AND
subject alnd less than one-half of the HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE CAP. 194
total possible, marks in the examination. (Rev. Edn.)
6. Scholarships are award',d for a
period of not more than six years pro- The Magistrate will hold special ses-
vided the scholar's nil tendance. conduct sions for the purpose of hearing objec-
and progress as shown by the term re- tions to and appeals from the assess-
ports ale considered satisfactory. ments made by the Tax Officers of St.
7. Can lidates will be examined in George's Parish. District 1 ; Charlotte
English, incl] ding Reading. Arithmetic Parish, District 2 ; St. Andrew's Parish,
and General Knowledge. District 3 : St. Patrick's Parish, District
8. Applications aecoinpaniedl by 4; St. David's Parish. District 5 ; and
proper proof of ag- must reach the the Grenadines, District 6; as relate
Education Office not laterthan Saturday to property in the First, Second and
17th september. 1955. Third Maigisteri'l Districts.


W. M. LOPEY.
Aq. TFucation Oficer.
Department of El nation,
St. Vincent.
26th .' ugust. 1955.

Re THE ST. ViNCENT GOLFING &
HOLIDAY RESORTS LTD.

(In Voluntary Liquidation).

NOTICE is he. ',\ givte n (pursuant to
Section-114 & 128 of Chapter 219 of
Revised Laws (.f S. in,nij) That a
General Me, .ing of The mem bers of the
above-nani d Company will be held at
the Office of Messrs. Bovell & Skeete
Egmont St, Kingst,wn St. Vincent on
Thursday the 13th day o0 October 1955
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, for the
purpose of having *,n account laid be-
fore them showing ihe manner in which
the winding up has been conducted and
the property of the Company disposed
of, -ind of hel;ri;ig ,ny explanation that
may be given by -he Liquidator, and
also of determining by extraordinary
resolution the manner in which the
books, accounts, and documents of the
Company and of the Liquidator thereof
shall be disposed of.
D.ated this 25th da;y of August, 1955.

D. G. MURRAY,
Liquidator.


The Sessions ,will I, heldhi at the fol-
fow ing places ait 10 o'clock in the
forenoon :-
District 1 At the Police Station,
Mesopotamia, on Thursday, the
`?, : day of September, 1955 and
the Court House, Kingstown, on
Wednesday, the 28th day of Sep-
tember, 1955.
District 2- At the Police Station,
Georgetown, on Friday, the 16th
day of September, 1955 and at
the Police Station, Colonarie. on
Tuesday the 6th Septembher, 1955.
District 3 -At the Police Station,
Layou, on Thursday the 1st day
of September, 1955.
District 4-At the Police Station, Bar-
ronallie, on Monday the 12th day
of September, 1955.
District 5-At the Police Station,
Chateaubeolir, (in Monday the
26th day of September, 1955.
District 6-At the Police Station,
Port Elizabeth. Bequia. on Wed-
nesday, the 7th day of September
1955.
Notice of intention to object to any
assessment must lie given not less
than ten days before the day fixed for
the holding of the Session at xhich the
objection is to be heard.
N. A. BERRIDGE,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATES' OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
3rd August, 1955.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 AUGUST, 1955.-(No. 51). 281


NOTICE

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

IT is hereby notified Lor general information that the Quarterly Liquor
Licensing Sessions will be held in the undermentioned Pari'he,- for the purpose
of hearing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948,
at the times and places hereunder:-


Parish


Time and Place of Session.


St. George & St. Andrew


Charlotte



St. Patrick



St. David


Grenadines (Bequia)


St. George &
St. Andrew
















Charlotte ...


... At the Court Hcuse, Kingstown. on Wed-
nesday, 21st September, 1955, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday. 30th September, 1965, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

... At the Court House, Barronallie, on
Monday, 12th .eptember, 1955, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

... At the Court House, Chateaubelair, on
Monday, 26th September, 1955, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.

... At the Court House, Port Elizabeth, on
Wednesday, 7Ph Sep/leber, 1955, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.


Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served rion the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Session.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish.


Name of Applicant.


Augustus Thomas
Maggie Richards
Ruby Paynter
Neil Wallace *
George Sutton
Peter DuPont

Cyril Williams
Cornelius Williams
James Williams

Leatha Black
Sydney McLean
Beresford Craigg
ilarold DaSilva

Neita Olliviorre
Edmund Williams
Benjamin Browne
Cyril Hull
Dillon Griffith
Theophilus Homer
Felton Husbands
Albert Williams
Basil Balcombe

Albert Richards


Occupation.


Shopkeeper

Housewife
Shopkeeper





Commission
Agent
Housewife
Shopkeeper



,.







Proprietor

Shopkeeper


Residence.


Kingstown
Calliaqua
Kingstown
1,
Stubbs
Lodge
Village
Carapan
Stubbs
Kingstown


Junction
Gomiea
Richmond
Hill
Calliaqua
Sion Hill
Mt. Grennan
Biabou
Byera Hill
Greggs
Park Hill
Georgetown
Langley
Park
Chapmans


Situation of
Premises.


Kingstown
Calliaqua
K/town Park
Kingstown
Stubbs
Lodge Village

Carapan
Stubbs
Kingstown


Junction
Gomea
Richmond Hill

Calliaqua
Sion Hill
Mt. Grpnnan
Biabou
Byera Hill
Greggs
Park Hill
Sandy Bay
Fancy


Chapman













282 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 30 AUGUST, 1955.--(No. 51).



Situation of
Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Premises.


St. David ... Florence James Shopkeeper Chateau- Chateanbelair
belair
Norma Layne ,, Troumaca Troumaca

Application for transfer Certificates.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KI'NGSTOWN,
22nd August. 1955.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the current King George
VI issue of stamps, in fourteen denomi-
nations from 1 cent to .,3.80, will be
withdrawn at the close of business on
15th September, 1955 and will be re-
placed as from September 16th by the
new Queen Elizabeth II issue which
will be in 12 denominations, as fol-
lows:- 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 10. 15, 20, 25 and
50 cents, $1.00 and $2.50.
McD. SMITH,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office
St. Vincent. B.W.I.
22nd August, 1955.


NOTICES.

KINGSTOWN BOARD.


has been published, and all objections
thereto will be heard at the Board's
Office at Paul's Lot between the hours
of 2.00 p.m., and 4.30 p.m., on Thurs-
day, 25th August, 1955.
19th August, 1955.




WARNING: There are rumors that
there have been cases of rabies in the
other Islands and owners of dogs in
Kingstown and its environs are asked
to keep their dogs from wandering over
the streets of the Town unattended.
All stray dogs found on the streets or
in public places in Kingstown will be
seized and detained, and if not claimed
"at the expiration of seven clear days
after seizure" will be sold or destroyed.


V.(


The Electors of Kingstown are hereby
notified that the Revised Electors' Roll j 19th August, 1955.


G. da SILVA,
Warden.


PnrrIND BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
xINGSrOWN, ST. TINCWT.
[Price 24 cenmt.]







CENTRAL HOUSING AND .PLANNING AUTHORITY.


SANS SOUCI HOUSING SCHEME.

(Gazetted 30th August, 1955).

1. Designation of scheme. The scheme set out hereunder gives
effect to resolution passed by the Central Housing and Planning Authority on
31st May 1955, and shall be designated the Sans Souci Housing Scheme.

2. Area of scheme. All that area of land formerly a portion of Sans
Souci Estate in the parish of Charlotte, and defined on a plan prepared by E. S.
Campbell, land Surveyor, dated 25th April, 1955.

3. Object of scheme. The objects of the scheme are to-
(a) enable the resettlement of the inhabitants of Mt. Grennan and Sans
Souci by making freehold building lots available to them at a cost of
two cents per square foot, payable by monthly or weekly instalments
or otherwise.
(b) provide at the expense of Government and without cost to the inhab-
itants a public water supply.
(cY make advances of building materials to the settlers to facilitate the
removal and re-erection of their houses, such advances being recover-
able under the provisions of the Slum Clearance Ordinance, 1946.

4. Disposition of Buildi.ng Lots. No person shall bpe allowed to
purchase more than one lot.
(2) No lot shall be sub-divided.
(3) No lot shall contain more than one dwelling house with kitchen, bath
and latrine or outhouses. No other outhouses will be allowed with-
out the permission of the executive Officer of the Authority.
(4) Business or refreshment houses will be permitted only on the written
approval of the Authority and where the building consists of two
storeys, the top storey of which is to be used for residential purposes.
(5) Providing the lot owner is still indebted to the Central Lousing and
Planning Authority, no lot or building shall be disposed of, rented or
leased without the written permission of the Authority.

5. Advances.
(1) Advances, except as provided for hereinafter, shall be In kind and -
materials shall be sold or advanced to applicants at a cost prices
(2) Every lot holder shall purchase from the Authority one concrete
latrine plate and box seat at a cost of six dollars. The Authority shall
provide a borehole and install the latrine unit but the lot holder shall
be responsible for the superstructure.








(3) Recovery of advances of materials, latrine units and cash ,ha~- be made
by monthly instalments extending over a period of not n.c.r than four
years.

6. Building Regulations. The Public Health (Buildings) Reaulations,
1946, shall apply but shall be revised in the following respects-
(a) No building lot shall be less than 2000, square feet with f frpntage of
not less than 30 feet.
(b) Every lot shall have access to a public road.
(c) No outhouses of any description including kitchens, stables, pens etc.,
. shall be erected or re-erected in advance of the erecuwan of the
dwelling house without, the approval of the Executive Officer of the
Authority.
(d) No outhouses shall be occupied for sleeping or living purposes.
(e) No building or structure of any kind shall be constructed of Wattle
and Daub or covered with trash, grass or other material rot approv-
ed by the Central Authority.

4: Reads. No main road shall be less than 20 feet in width and no access
road shall be less than 12 feet in width.

8. Overgrowth of bush and trees,. With a view of preventing the
overgrowth of bush and trees and as a means of promoting the amenities of' the
area, no person shall be allowed to plant Cabbage-palm, breadfruit. coconut,
banana, fruit, ornamental or flowering trees, without the written permission
of the Authority.

9. Persons to rectify departure from scheme.
(1) Any person who executes work to which any section of the scheme
applies and who receives notice from the Secretary in wri ing, at any
reasonable time during the progress or after& the coaplk'tioh of the
7". work, specifying any matters in respect of which the erection or exe-
cution may be in contravention of this scheme, and re-quiring such
person within a time specified, to cause anything cortra .ry to this
-" scheme to be amended or to do anything which by any such scheme
may be required to be done, shall within the time specified comply
with the several requirements and shall deliver to the Secretary
within a reasonable time a notice of the completion of such work.
(2) In the case of non-compliance with the requirements of the aforesaid
notice, it shall be lawful of the Central Authority to execute the work
required and to recover the cost as a, civil debt.

10. Building construction. Building construction shall be commenced
within six months from the date of purchase of the- lot and, shall he completed
within six months .from the date of commencement. The Central Housing and
Planning Authority may in its discretion grant an extension of the above-men-
tioned periods.








In case of default the Central Authority, may re-purchase the lot at the
price for which it was sold together with a reasonable sum for any building or
part' of a building existing- thereon.

11.' Financial considerations. The scheme shall be financed by Local
Funds and from such sums as may become available to the Authority.

Made by the Central Housing and Planning Authority under the provis-
ions of the Town and Country Planning Ordinance, 1946, on the 24th June,
1955.

B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary,
Central Housing and Planning Authority.

M. F. SLATTERY,
Chairman,
Central Housing and Planning Authority.


PRIN=T BY TBX GOVEBR1XENT PRINTER, AT THE QOVEmNDMWT PUN1TING OFFCE,
ZITNGSTOWN, ST. ViNCENT.


1955.


[ Price 12 cents. I


I ....l





SAINT VINCENT.

Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January-31st May, 1955.


Heads of Revenue.


EstAimate
for the Actual Revenue Revenue for
year for the period ot same period of Increase.
a the return. preceding year.
1?55.


1. Import Duties- $ [ $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c
import Duty ... 710,000i 334,677 86 i 283,776 77 50,901 09 ... ...
Warehouse Rent ... 3,500 1,628 62 1,205 55 423 07 ......
J2. Export Duty ... 322,700, 107,967 74 115,214 64 ... ... 7,245 90
3, Excise Duty on Rum ... 225,000 95,614 40 84,707 99 10,906 41 ... ...
Cess on Sugar ... 3,300 1,634 411 .15,733 54 ... ... 14,099 13
4. Other Duties ... 167,000 22,974 57 33,395 63 ... ... 10,421 06
5. Licences-Liquor ... 11,500 6,206 54 5,744 55 461 99 ... ...
Motor Vehicles, &c. ... 17,500 14,940 61 11,182 48 3,758 13 .....,
Other ...i 8,260 7,220 41 6,906 56 313 85 ...
6. Taxes-Income Tax ...' 262,000 15,654 87 47,783 99 ...... 32,129 12
Land and House Tax ... 39,000 3,962 21 3,672 44 289 77 ...
Other Taxes ... 19,000 7,965 89 8,260 31 ... ... 294 42
7. Port and Harbour Dues-Tonnage ... 12,200 6,757 86 5,996 53 761 33 ... ...
Port ... 3,500 1,413 90 1,277 76 136 14 ......
Landing Dues, Aircraft ... 10 ... ...... ... .. ... ...
S. Other Fees of Court, &c. ... 154,551 66,044 76 55,253 11 10,791 65 .. ...
9. Post Office ... 183,400 34,915 19 21,674 27 13,240 92 ..
10. Telephone ... 10,400 4,261 01 4,116 13 144 88 ...
11. Rent of Government Property ... ... 1,901 65 5,327 77 ...... 3,426 12
Interest ... 13,025 3,600 52 ... ... 3,600 52 ... ...

12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ... 10.12/5 2.232 89 935 72 1,347 17 ... ...
741,625 91 712,165 74 97,076 92 67,616 75
11A Sale of Government Property ... ... ... ... ... 110 00 ... ... 110 00
lB. Loans and Advances-Repayments ... 149,283 28,617 52 67,579 73 .. ... 38,962 21
770,243 43 779,855 47 97,076 92 106,688 96
13. Colonial Development & W/fare Schemes ... 278,989: 60,947 96 62,723 74 ... .. 1,775 78
14. I)oferred Maintenance ... 32,500i ... ... ... .
15. Grant-in-Aid-Normal ... 329,7801 347.504 00 03,752 00 243,752 00 ... ...

Total Revenue $ ,2,966,5231.178,695 39 946,331 21 340,828 92 108,464 74

Comparatwe Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January-31st May 1955.


Heads of Expenditure.


1. Governor
2. Legislature
3. Administration ...
4. Agriculture ""
5. Audit' ...
6. Central Housing Authority ...
6A. Central Road Authority ...
6B. Central Water Authority ...
7. Charitable ...
9. Education .
11 Judicial .
12. Labour ..
13. Lands and Survey
14. Legal
14A. Loans
15. Medical ...
16. Miscellaneous ...
17. Pensions ...
18. Police
19. Port and Marine
20. Post Office ...
21. Prisons ""
22. Public Debt ...
23. Public Library ...
24. Public Works Department ...
25. Public Works Recurrent ...
28. Sulbventions
30. Telephone
31. Treasury -.


26. Public Works Extraordinary ...
26A Deferred Maintenanca ...


8. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes
Total Expenditure $



28th July, 1955.
(F. 20/1962 II).


Estimate Aotual Expen- Ependiu for
for the diture for the same penditofre for
year period of same perod of Increase.
1955. the return. precedmg year.
$ $ c. 6 c. $ c.f
I 14,208) 4,224 27 2.772 40 1,451 87
19,9201 6,942 40 7,446 74 ... ...
124,615; 51,563 40 47,227 28 4,336 12
110,251 33,052 07 32,416, 65 635 42
17,005 5,916 07 5,567 03 349 04
8,000. ... ... 3,000 00 ... ...
205,125 129,035 49 62,265 92 66,769 57
27,594 7,468 79 5,692 66 1,776 13
31,508 10,561 91 9.849 24 712 67
365,348 148,683 49 137,194 11 11,489 38'
46,210 15,221 65 15,724 97
11,170 4,356 18 4,065 85 290 33
19,425 3,999 94 9,402 66 ... ...
7,673 2,967 81 3,714 06
148,000 15,599 42 61,179 04
464,928 167,040 31 152,257 54 14,782 77
117,199 49,212 72 40,485 10 8,777 62
58,130 38,007 41 24,891 70 13,115 71
189,948 72,382 64 68,615 15 3,767 49
45,484 23,8C0 72 12,812 07 11,048 65
56,550 15,033 37 21,494 04 ... ...
60,409 24,774 98 25,762 55
37,551 16,898 50 16,021 51 876 99
10,0301 3,132 93 1,752 80 1,380 13
78,3031 28,372 99 I 25,041 43 3,331 56
100,045i 40,630 61 45,987 58 ... ...
82,084 77,396 71 6,821 71 70,575 00
27,716 10,086 41 1'0,765 38 ... ...
79,795 36,745 73 39,314 23 ... ..
1,043,168 92 899,491 40 215,466 5-

90,210 72,493 74 24,626 08 47,867 66
32,500 1,951 69 18,480 77
1,117,614 35 942,598 25 263,334 11

278,989 200,682 07 73,800 70 1126,881 37
2,966,5231,318,296 42 11,016.398 95 390,215 48


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


USogeaise.


Deorease.

-----c.


... .,





503 32

5,402 72
746 25
45,579 62
... ...



6,460 67
987 57


5,356 97

678 97
2,568 50
71,788 93

16,529 08
88,318 01


88,318 io1







Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the. Colony of Saint Vincent as at 31st May, 1955.


DEPOSITS:-
Special Funds
Less Investments thereon


$ c. $

.. ,! .276 C0
. 735.290 00 448,98S6


1954


001 OVERDRAFT:-


Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund
Barclays Bank-Current


Le s Cash:-
Treasury and Sib-Treasuries
Crown Agents-Current
do Remittances
Drafts and Remittances
Imprests *


GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE:-


245,710



165,613


166,796 00


Revenue (net) as at 31st May, 1955 1,117,747.00
Expenditure (net) asat 31st May, '55 1,117,614.00


Surplus as at 31st May, 1955
Balance as at 1st January 1955


133.00
928 591 l0 I


LEss C.D.W. Deficit as at 31st May, 1955


558,628 00'


139,734 00 158,920 00 '

774,702 00 558,628 00


1954

c. $ c.
558,628 00 A

00 1|i


DVANCES:-
Aiihorised Specifically
Other A dances


Less Other Deposits


NoTEs:--
1. The Public Debt as at 31st May, 1955 stood at $637.875.00
2. The Accummulated Fund for its redemption stood at $194,140.00


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
SAINT VINCENT, B.W.I.
28th July, 1955.


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.


I *~ ~,


$ C.

890,156 00
350,227 00

1,240,383 00
465,681 00


$ C.
43t;,800.00 I
1 9,519.00

456,319.00(
12.681 ( c
655.CO
262,400.00
3,022.00
10,86.00' 289,523 00


147,305 001


|


7 C.





774,702 00
























774,702 O0


, .





1955 ESTIMATES, KINGSTOWN BOARD.


Details of Revenue.


Revenue Head 1. Contribution
from Colonial Revenue.
Contribution-by Govt. in lieu of
1 House and Land Rates
2 Licences and Fees

Total Revenue Head 1

Revenue Head 2. Cemetery.

1 Cemetery Fees
Sale of Land for Burials

Total Revenue Head 2

Revenue Head 3. General Licenoes.

1 Aerated Water Factories
2 Bakeries'
3 Billiard Saloons
4 Cinema
6 Commission Agents
6 Soap Factories
7 Travelling Agents etc.

Total Revenue Head 3


Revenue Head 4. Lands.
Fees for use of Victoria Park
Leases and P]ents of Lands
Sale of Lands

Total Revenue Head 4


528 00 571 20
36 00 28 80
36 00 12 00
48 00 48 00
,339 60 342 40
48 00 24 00
600 00 600 00

1,635 60J 1,626 00


30 00 30 00
460 00 400 00
.10 00 10 00

600 00 440 00


7 20
24 00


24 00


1 55 20


60 00


60 00


Decrease


43 20



2 40



45 60


Actual
1953


Estimate Aljproved
1953 iEstimate Increase
1954





1,460 00 1,460 00
1,656 00 1,656 00

3,116 00 3,116 00



280 00 280 00
420 00 420 00

70i, 00 700 00


1.220 40


34 08
502 96
6,583 64

7,120 68


Explanations and Notes.


1955 ESTIMATES, KINGSTOWN BOARD.
i u


1,460 00
1,656 00

3,116 00



583 00,
478 08

1,061 08


.

. .











Z


2 Labour on Private Work .. 250 00i
3 Sale of Water Works Stores .. 300 00o
A s : on i200


250 001
300 *00i
o2 00


un r-es.00

Total Revenue Head 6 .. 620 00' 620 00(

Revenue Head 7. Refunds of Loans.!
1 Refunds of Loans 672 00' 672 00

Total Revenue Head 7 .. 672 00- 672 00


Revenue Head 8. Town Rates.
1 Banks .. 588 00 588 00
2 House ;nd Lsnd .. 14,633 52 13,944 88 688 64
3 Stocks of Traders . 23,798 88 23,778 90 19 98
Total Revenue Head 8 .. 39,020 40 38,311 78 708 62


a Details of Revenue. 5 Estimate I Increase Decrease
S91954


Revenue Head 5 : Market. i
1 Dues Vegtable etc. 3,000 00 2,300 00' 700 00
2 Fees (a) Animals 1,300 00 900 001 400 00
(b) Fish .I 3,60o 00] 3,600 00
(c) Slaiightermen's 1,200 001 1,200 00

3 Licences (a) Butchers and i
Slaughtermen . 120 00 79 20. 40 80
(b) Fish Vendors .. 57 60 67 20 9 60
(c) Other 50 00 80 00 30 00
4 Rents: Stalls and Shops 2,50 00 900 00 1,600 00
(1 Dues (a) Fish) .. 100 00 100 00
Total Revenue Head 5 ..11,827 60 8,026. 4-0 3,940 80 139 60
Revenue Head 6. Miscellan-
eous Receipts.
1 Import Duty on Water Works
Stores 50 oli 50 00i


1 185 141
341 78
I 468 84

1,036 741


406 67


406% 67


168 00
10,387 86
26,546 98
37,102 84


o
0


I


[


1953 Explanations and Notes.



1,721 41 Based on actual receipts.
1,138 13
3,44i 50 -Paid by Butchers for slaugh-
ter of animals and paid to
slaughtermen-vide Expen-
diture Head 6-9.
93 05
62 40
214 35,
640 o00 New Market shops built.
72 84 Now under sub-head 4.
7,390 681


40 98






6 .
Details of Revenue.


Revenue Head 9. Water Rates.
IN TOWN:
1 Private Houses-General Rates
2 Private Houses-3Sp)cial Rates
3 G< vernment Biuildings-Gener-
al Hates
4 Government Bui!dings--Sp(cial
Kates
5 Water Supplied Siips
Our or TowN :
6 Private Houses-Special latest
7 Government Buildings-Sl|et.ial
Rates

Total Revenue Head IX : ..


1,383 67 1,359 73
5,936 80 5,615 20]

166 80. 136 801

1,04(1 80 934 40'
300 00' 300 001


2,418

557

11,803


23 94
321 60

30 00

106 40


Estimate Approved
1955 Estimate Increase
195 1954


8,


815 59
293 08

361 83

010 40
403 61


2,
! "


00 2,212 001 206 00 140 83

20 581 20 ___ 24 00 956 80

27 11,139 3:3 687 941 24 00 12,982 14
i i i


SUMMARY OF REVENUE
Head 1: Contribution from on olonial Revenue
II: Oemitery
III: General Licences
IV: Lands
V: Market
VI: Miscellaneous
VII: Refunds of Loans
VTII: Town Rates
IX: Water Rates


$3,116 00
700 00
1,635 60
500 00
11,827 80
620 00
672 00
39.020 40
.. 11,R03 27

$69,894 87


Decrease Explanations and Notes.tual
Decrease 953 Explanations and Notes.









1955 ESTIMATES KINGSTOWN BOARD.


Details ,,if Expndituro.


Expenditure Head 1. Admin!s-
tration.
PERSONAL S'MOLUMENTS:
1 WVarden an(1 Suporvisor, of Water
Works ($2,81'0 x $120-$3,600)

2 Chief Clerk ;ind Storekee: cr
($1,680 x $96-V2,256) ..

3 Accountant $l,200 x $84 -
$1,536 x $96-$1,728)

4 Clerk ($744 x $72-$960 x $96-
$1,632) ...
5 Messenger ($528 x $24-$768)
6 Acting Appoiitinnts .
Total Pcrs>nal Emolumieits ..

OTHER CHARGESS:
7 Office Fittinsii ..

8 Printing and -itationery
9 Telephone Reutal
10 Travelling Ailowance, Warden

Total Other Charges ..
Total Expenditure HWad 1: $9,809.60
Expenditure Head 2 Buildings.
1 Insurance of Library
2 UTpkepp and Lighting of iuild-
ings. -
Total Expenditure Head 2 .


Estimate Approved
Est t Estimate Increase
1954


3,00 00


2,064 00


1,284 00


792
768
3o00
8,808


240 (CO0

200 00
129 60
432 00

1,001 60


16t 70

2,500 00
2,661 70


3,600 00


1,968 00


96 00


1,200 00 84 00


744 00! 48 00
768. 00
0a0 001
8,580 O0 228 00


240 00,

So1 00 50 00
- 97 92 31 68
432 00

919 92 81 68


161 70'

2,400 00 100 00
2,561 70 100 00


Actual
Decrease 1953


6,564 04


134 23

130 00
104 40
'432 00

800 63


161 70

3,851 56
4,013 25


Explanations and Notes.


I


~zr~









Ftirnate ApprovedActua
Details /of Expenditi.re. 19 Estimate Increase Dereae 19 Expantion and Notes.
S1964


Expenditure Head 3. Cemetery.

PERSONAL EMOLUM~NT:

1 Gravedigger

T-tal Personal Eimlumenws ..I

OTHER ('HARrXES:

3 Maintenance

Total Other Charges

Total Expd. Head 3. $1,i'38.00

Expenditure Head 4. Duty
Allowance to Members of the
Board.

1 Chairman .

2 Other Mezmbers
Total Expenditure Head 4 .

Expenditure Head 5. Fire
Brigade.

1 Policeman
2 Maintenance


Total Expenditure Head 5 ..


638 00

b38 00



1,300 00

1,300 00







1,080 00

3,360 00
4,440 00


768 00

768 00



1,300 00

1,.300 00


720 O0

1,680 00
2,400 00


192 .0( 192 00
400 00 400 OC


592 00 592 .00


360 00

1,680 00
2,040 00


130 00

130 00


698 40

698 40



1,102 64

1,102 64






720 OC

1,519 33
2,239 33





192 00
182 40

374 40


Change of holder.















New rates resolved at meet-
ing of 12/10/64.
7 at $480 each p.a.


I


o








SEstimate Approved
SDetails of Expenditure. 1956 Estimate Inicrease
1954
t-


Expenditure Head 6. Market.
PERSONAL EMOLuM ESrs
1 Market Clerk ($1,440 x $96-
$2,016) .. 1,824 00
2 Town Constable ($1,044 x $72-
$1,380) .. 1,1i1 00
3 Town ('onstable ($744 x $48-
$888) 888 00
4 Town Constable ($744 x $18-
$888) 816 001
5 Town Constable ($744 x $48-
$888) .. 744 00
Total Personal Emoli1nwnts .. 5,433 00
OTHER CHARGES:
6 Market Supervisioi .. 15C 00
7. Meat Inspection. . 640 00
8 Shooting of Animals . 240 00
9 Slaughtering of Animals .. 1,200 00
Total Other Charges 2 ,2-0 00
Total Expenditure Head C: $7,663.00 -
Expenditure Head 7.
Miscellaneous.
1 Contingencies 500 00
2 Contribution to Baby Creche . 72 00
3 ,, to King George
V Playing Field I 20 00
4 Contribution to Librar'y 600 00

Carried forward 1,292 00


1,728 00 96 00

1,089 00 72 00
888 00
768 001 48 00
744 00
4,473 00 960 00


600 00
360 00 280 00
150 00 90 00
1,200 00

1,)10 00 '1,570 00


Decrease A1953


350 00




350 OC


480 00 20 00
72 00
120 00
6o0 00 __

1,272 00 20 001


3.242 88

517 70
281 97
122 70


922 37


120 00
600 00

1,3T7 29


Explanations and Notes.


New Appointment.



Decreased as a result of
item 5.
Vide Rev. Head 6-9.


!


I







Estimate Approved Actual
g Details of Expenditure. 1955 i t iato Increase Decrease 1953 Explanations and Notes.
S 954 _________________________________________


Expenditure Head 7.
Miscellaneous-(Contd.)


Brought forward

5 Education

6 Legal Advice

7 Loans to Enployees

8 Refunds of Revenue

9 Storm Damages

1(& Truck Maintenance

11 Uniforms

12 Upkeep of Victoria Park

13 Maintenance of Cathedral Clock

14 Payment for Collection of
Arrears of Rates

15 Vacation Leave fcr Daily Paid
Employees .


1,292

800

350

240

150

240

550

360

1,000

312


400 00


160 00


1,272

725

350

240

150

240

550

300

800

312


20 00

75 00











60 00

200 00




400 00


160 00


1,337

.517

254

185

43



398

252

966

296


5,854 O0 4,939 01 915 00


Necessary.




Beard now employs its own
Bailiff.

To regularise previous pro-
oedure.


4,251 85


Total Expenditure Head 7 ..









Estimate
Details of Expenditure. 1955
195


Expenditure Head 8. Pensions.

1 Pensions

2 New Pensions Fund ..


Total Expenditure Head 8 ..

Expenditure Head 9.
Public Debt.
i Annuity-Loan for Recon-
struction of Streets

2 Interest on New Market Loan

3 Sinking Fund, New Market .


Total Expenditure Bead 9 .

Expenditure Head 10.
Sanitation.
1 Contribution to Government
for Sanitation

2 Upkeep of Public Latrines


1,622 16

480 00


2,102 16




1,164 82

3,840 00

3,572 70


8,567 02


2,348

1,500


Approved
Estimate
1954


1,274 16

480 00


1,754 16



1,154 32

3,840 00

3,572 70


8,567 02




2,348 40

1,500 09


Increase


348 00




348 OC


2,348

1,653


Total Ezpd. Head 10 3,848 401 3,848 40 4,001 9~


4,001 92


Decrease Actual
1953




1,3828 76

480 00


_1,808 76




1,154 32

3,840 00

8,572 70


8,567 02


Explanation* and Notes.




Provision for another Pen-
sioner.












p


3,848 40 3,848 40


Total Expd. Head 10








Details of Expenditure.


Expenditure Head 11. Streets
and Drains.
1 Lighting of Streets

2 Reconstruction of Streets

3 Repairs of Streets

4 Improvements and Repairs to
Drains

Total Expenditure Head 11 .

Expenditure Head 12.
Water Works.

PERSONAL EMOLUMENTS :
1-1 Mechanic ($888 x $72-$1,212)

2-1 Watchman and Tarncock .


Total Personal Emoluments

OTHER CHARGES:
3 Contribution to Government
for Water Supplied
.4 Maintenance
5 Purchase of Materials
6 Sterilisation of Water

Total Other ChIrges

Total Expd. Head 12


1,000 00

9,688 00





1,032 00

660 00


1,692 00



5,000 00
3,000 00
1,500 00
400 001

9,900 00(

$11,592.00


1,000 00

8,900 00




970 00

660 O0


1,630 00



I 5,000 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
400 0')

9,400 00


788 00





62 00




62 00





500 00


500 00


1,087 42

8,335 00










1,468 80



5,000 0i1
2,192 93
185 70
407 671 Water tubing

7,786 30


Estimates Approved Actual Eplanations and Notes.
1955. Estimate Increase, Decrease. -1953 Explanations and Notes,
1954.



2,688 00 2,400 00 288 00 2,163 68 rights from St. Vincent
Electricity Services.
2,000 00 2,000 00 1,594 47

4,000 00 3,500 00 500 00 3,489 43 Necessary.
















Details of Expenditure.


Estinma
1955


Expenditure Head 13. Special
Expenditure.
1 Collstruition of ]1.ridge It
Middle Street 3,000O

2 Exploratory Survey for
Sewerage 'eheni .' 4,320

3 Purchase of Pipes for Water
Maii . 2,000O

4 Purchase of Pistol Bolt 120

5 Decoration for Visit H. .T. II
Princess Mai garet . 4'

Ti oI Expenditure Hliead 13. 9,840


A pprov(,ed
Estimate Increa
1954





00 3,000


001 4,320 00


00' 2,000

00i 120


00 400

001 4,320 00 6,520


,se IJecrease Actual


se Decrease Actual
1966


00i

00]


Explanations and Notes.


Bridge needs repairs.





For replacements.

New Pistol Bolt.









SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE.


Administration
Buildings
Cemetery
Duty Allowance to
Fire Brigade
Market
Miscellaneous
Pensions
Public Debt
Sanitation
Streets and Drains
Water Works


Members of the Board


Total Ordinary Expenditure
Special Expenditure ,.

Total Expenditure


Head 1
4 2
,, 3
,, 4
4 4

,, 6
7
,, 8
9
,, 10
,, 11
,, 12


FINANCIAL SUMMARY


Estimated Ordinary Revenue, 1955

F estimated Ordinary 1 xpenditure, 1955 .

Estimated Surplus, on Year's Working


$69,894.87 Special ExI.nditure in 1955-
$9,840.00
$. $68,755.88 Deficit to be met from Surplus
Funds $8,70] .01.
$ 1,138.99


$ 9,809 60
2,661 70
1,988 00
4,440 00
.. 592 00
7,663 00
5,854 00
2,102 16
8,567 02
3,848 40
9,688 00
11,592 00

.. $ 68,755 88
9,840 00

$. $ 78,595 88




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