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249


SbAiNT VINC(N


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


SN'o 44.


GOVERYM7NT NOTICES,


SUR ?, ANE 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
(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown on Police Head-
quarters.

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
Announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will
be fired.


(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Sta-
tions.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
Announcements.


TAKE COVER
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Head-
quarters.
(2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.
(3) Cotton Ginnery whistle
will blow for 5 minutes.
(4) The Siren will blow for 5
minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will
be flown from Police Sta-
tions.
'(2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.


17th July, 1956.
'W 25/1949).

No. 355. Memorial Hall. Kingst own, on Monday
PUBLIC LECTURE ON FEDERATION 27ih Aunst. 1956. at 8 30 p.n'.
BY MR. HECTOR WYNTER. The stilhjec of Mr. Wynter's lecture
-\-- will ,e "Fcdcrntion "
Mr. HECTOR WYNTER, Senior Assist- Th',e 'npral public is invited.
ant Registrar, University College .f the!
West Indies, will deliver a lecture :i t he Augus", l.5G.


8.T 0 -76


V()T, "9.


No. 294.


S L,[ 'T <" "TI"l S) \Y. 1[ A -.'i T. 1in56


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 AUGUST, 1956.-(No. 44).


No. 356. Duties: These concern primarily the
APPOINTMNTS, tension Service of the Department.
ON--- > '0". U eris will be required to live in rur; I
AP- I Or NT M AT .districts and will &e responsible to an
APPOINTME1T O' MARRIA9 Agricultural Superintendent or duly
OFFICER. authorised' senior officer for Depart-
mental services to'farmers. These ser-
The Reverend ROCIKLIFFE A. JSPHj vices include supervision of demonstra-
has been appointed as a MarriAe Offi.cer tin stations and. nurseries ; execution
of the Colony for a period otl' fve () of programmes for improving the effici-
years with effect from 21st August ency of farms;' general agricultural
21st August, 1956. development,including service on Re-
(J. 22/1951). gional Development Committees; inves-
tigation and supervision of agricultural
No. 357. loans and grants; administration of-
Mr. GERALD LLEWELLYN has been Agricultural Legislaticn; promotion
appointed to the post of Student Techni- and co-ordination at district level of
cian, Laboratory, Colonial Hospital on specialist services of the Department
one (1) year's probation with effect e.g. Agricultural Education in primary
from 15th August, 1956. schools, Rural Youth Clubs. Artificial
21st August, 1956. ... Insemination Service, Agricultural Eco-
F. 838). nomic Surveys, etc., and such other
duties as may from time to time be
assigned.


No. 358.
NUTRITION OFFICER, WINDWARD
ISLANDS.

It is notified for go nera' information
that Miss MIANUELTTA ZEPHIRIN, Nutri-
tion Olfioer. Windward Islands. arrhied
in the Colony on 14th August, 1956, for a
visit of about four weeks.
21st August, 1956.
(A. 39/1950).


No. 359.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE

The Accounts of the Colony for the
month of Janhary 1956 are published
with this issue of the Gazette.
21st August, 1956..

No. 360.
The Administration Report on the
Labour Department for the year 1955 is
published with this issue of the Gazette.
21st August, 1956.


No. 344.
VACANT POSTS.

DEPARTMENT 64 AGRICULTURE,
BRITISH GUIANA.

Three vacancies exist for Assistant
Agricultural Superinte'dents pension-
able, on the salary scale $3048 x $120--
$3408 x $144-$3840 per annum; initial
salary commensurate with appointees'
professional qualifications and post-
qualification experience. Appointment
is subject to medical fitness and to a
probationary period of two year.


Qualifications: A degree or diploma
in Agriculture from a recognized insti-
tution involving at least three years of
approvee,' study. or long and minritorious
service i!l ;t (oimarable capacity in an
Agri,,iltmial D.a, ar miet. Preference
will be given to candidates possessing
both the stated qualification and suit-
able experience.
General: Leave and Leave Passages
are granted in accolrdnce with the Leave
*(applicable and Leave Passages Regula-
to candidates tions*. On appointment,
from Oversea
only) passages will be paid for
the officer, wife and children (under 18
years and unmarried) not exceeding five
passages in all. A candidate who is not
in the Public Service and who is over
40 years of age will normally be ap-
pointed on contract. In this event, a
gratuity of 22%. of salary will be pay-
able in respect of eacl completed period
of three months' satisfatory service.
(applicable to (A passage back to the
candidates place of recruitment will
from Oversea
only). be provided on the satis-
factory termination of the period of
contract).
: Quarters are not provided but where
available, rental.4it the rate of 10% of
salary is payable in respect of, uiRfur-
nished quarters.
2. Applications should be addressed
fo the Secretary, Public Service Com,-
mission, General Post Office Building.
British Gui ni i, for deliver'i ,of.'later'
than the 25th of' August, 1956. Appli-
cations received affeir his date will not
be considered: Applican,ts in the Public
Service should submijit their applica-
tions through the normal official chan-
nels. Any further particulars which













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21, AUGUST, 1956.-(No. 44.) 251


may be required may be obtained on
application to the Chief Establishment
Officer, Public Buildings, Georgetown,
British .Guiana.
7th August. 1956.

No. 345.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.


Vacancies exist for two Education
Officers on the scale $3,696 x $144-$4,560
per annum, and four Assistant Education
Officers on the scale $3,048 x $120-
$3,408 x $144-$3,840 per annum. It is
proposed to appoint women (Unmarried)
to one of the vacancies for Education
Officers and to two for Assistant Educa-
tion Officers. Appointments are pen-
sionable and are si.bject to medical fit-
ness and to a probationary period of
twelve months. Consideration is now
being given to regrading upwards thl
salary scales of the posts.
2. Dtties. Assisti'c in ihe promotion
and execution of iucit:otnal policy
including advisory and administrative
work thereon and in the c.so o! women
officers particular ly. ;sonisoiiiig and
supervising activity s ;ital le for
women, girls and y.vo ncer children, and
giving professional a I vice and guidance
to teachers, includiing organising andI
conducting "in service" training pro-
grammes.
Officers are field staff and lia le to
posting to any of the three county s of
the Colony: male officers will each be
in charge of an area. They should be
sufficiently well, qualified and ,xpri-
enced to advise on clucitional ma:ters
at all levels, including the training of
teachers, and should he of a high in-
tellectual and professional stindai d
3. Qualifications: Caiinlidat'sorthe
post of Education Officer should p),ssess
a University degree (,r should have
undertaken advanced studies of! qual
status, with suitable t.achingi an;d/or
administrative exprie,.ice In r-spect
of the post of Educati-m Otlicei (Wo-
man), special credit will he given for
qualifications in Home Eon:onics, Cliild
Development or Infant Training. For
the posts oft Assistant Ed ucat.i on OIticers,
preference will be given to applicants
who have had (for the male candidates)
advanced academic or p r o fessi o nal
courses at Institutions of higher learn-
inp, or (for ,the.female candidates) who
have taken advanced courses at Univers-
ity level in Home Economics, Child
Development or Infant Training. The
ability to establish and maintain good.
human relations is essential.


4. Age Range: 25 to 40 years, ]lut
the upper age limit does not apply to
teachers or to persons who already hold
pensionable posts in the Public Service.
Other persons over 40 years and up to
45 years may apply, but if successful,
appointment would le on contract for
three years in the first instance.
In such a case, a gratuity of 221% of
the salary would be payable in respect
of each' completed period of 3 months
satisfactory s,.rvice.
5. General: L.ave is granted in
accordance with the regulations.
A.* On appointment.passages will be
paid for the officer, wife and children
(under 18 years and unmarried) not
exceeding five persons, from the place
of recruitment, and if recruited (on con-
tract. return passages to the place of
reci nitment on the satisfactory termina-
tionu ol1 r .f ntract.
G. Applications should be address d
to the Secretary. Public Service Com-
mission, General Post Office Building,
Georgetown, British Guiana for d1 liv ry
not later t,.an the 25th of Aigust, 1956.
Applications received after tl is date
will not be considered. Api lic n: in
Public Service should sul.niit Intir
applications through the normal oll.cil
channels.
5A." is applicable only to candidates recruit-
ed from the West Indies.
7th August. 1956.
(A. 15/1950).

No. 354.
CARIBBEAN FEDERATION.

Applications are invited-for the post-
of Federal Information Officer.- The,
appointment which-will be made as soon,,
as possible by the Secretary of State for
the Colonies, will carry a salary of
$ -(BWI), 9,600. It is proposed that, on
the establishment of the Federation, the
post should be made pensionable on a
non-contributory basis. If the selected
candidate is a Public, Officer he will be
seconded in the first instance. The
selected candidate will be required to
work at pre-federal headquarters-, ini-
tially in Barbados and to serve wherever
the Federal capital-is--sited. Particulars
of leave and passage facilities, and
arrangements for.., the.. secondment of
officers already in Government Service,
may be obtained from the address given
below.
2. The Federal Information Officer
will be responsible for the planning and
the building up-of the Information Ser-
vice ofthe Federal Government and will
be executive head of the Service. Can-
didaties should be.,not less than thirty.













252 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 AUGUST. 1956.-(iNo. 44).


years of age on the 1st September, 1956. Should a Poll be required, it will he
and should have had considerable expe- taken at the Police Station on Wedr '-
rience of all aspects of information ser- day 5th September, 1956 from 9.00 a.ii.
vice work and of the Caribbean area. to 12 noon and from 1.00 p.m. to
3. Applications giving age, particu- 5.30 p.m.
lars of education, qualifications and
experience, with dates, together with ERLA COOMBS,
the names of two persons to act as per- Clerk and Returninql 0, cer.
sonal referees and two other persons
(one of whom should preferably be the
candidate's employer) to act as profes- BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL-
sional referees, should be submitted be- BYE-ELECTION.
fore 3rd September, 1956, to The Admin-
istrator, St. Vincent, British West Indies.
N ic i I i


0 1'.
A ''tim,; "'*'' n : rf`ll ,'.lrl/i l

21st August. 195;.I

DEPARTMENT TAL AND
OTHER _NOTICES.

LIVESTOCK FIELD DAYS.

A corittal invitati-,n is hereby extend-
ed to the general public tL attend three
Livestock Fil id Days which will be
hli uinier tl e auspices of the Depart-
ni'-:it ol' Agricuhlur: on thi following
day.- at the an Ikerme]tioned pl:,ces:
lielinont Stud Co enitr on 22. 56.
Itivulnt on 29. 8. 56.
B.qnuia Stud ,I ,ltre on 5. 9. 56.
Thi' shows will IW. ip r Llc.e e:(eral
public f'om 1.00 p.m. 0o:w:rd :-. III
keeping wilth otur polio), only animiials
directly sire:! by Stn 1is of the D) ;' t-
tnli- t ol A,' ri itltuir,' will be ;:o,"peld.
Animals to lo uxhilhiteil include
cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, donkeys, mules
and poultry. Keen competition is ex-
pected in the various classes and the
public can be assured of witnessing a
very keen display.
Refreshments will bi on sale through-
out the afternoon.
J M. CAVE,
S iperintendent nf A,,'ricflture,
15th Augut, 1956.

NOTICE

CHATEAUBELAIE TlOwN BOARD.

Notice is her..liy give that aiccoi ling
to Section 25 tf the Local Govriinment
Ordinance' No. 17 oI 1971, the (Clrk
will 1)e in att"ndaince at their Chatean-
belair Police Station on Wednesday 29th
Au.'nst. 1.956 from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00
p.m. to receive nominations to fill the
seat of an Elected Member of the
Chateaubelair Town Board vacated by
Miss Isola Marshall.


ance with Section 25 oi te(. Local Gov-
ernn ent Ordina nce. No. 17 of 17151, ,he
Clerk \ill be in a ten( anice :t the
O Council Office on Setenrrbi r 3' d 19.56,
from 10.00 ;,.ni. to 2 p.m. to r ceive
nominations to fill thl s"(at of an t Ifcted
r embn r of the Beqnia District (JCo,'n-
cil caused by thle r' signation of Mr.
DUDLEY BROWNE.
Should a poll be r quired,. it will );e
taken on September 10th. 1956, from
9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon. and from 1.00
p.m. to 5.30 p.m. :nd for the con-
venience of electors. votes may 1 e cast
at the following polling Statiois :-
No. 1. The Court Room (Police Sta-
tion)
No. 2. Mr. Jacob Leach' s Shop
(Hamilton)
No, 3. Sunny Caribbee Hotel (Bel-
mont)
No. 4. Bequia Government School
(P;,get Farm)

S. SIMMONS,
Clerk J Returniny Oficer.
16th August, 1956.


NOTICE TO MARINERS


BASSTERRE HARBOUR.

As a result of a breakdown of Electri-
city it'is hereby notified that thi' Port-
lights at Bassterre. St. Kitts. B.W.I.
have been temporarily replaced by Oil
IT,mps visible to an extent of half mile
from shore.
All necessary precautions should be
taken on entering the Harbour.

A. L. WILLIAMS,
Acting Port Oficer,
St. Vincent.
H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
7th August. 1956.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 AUGUST, 1956.-(No. 44). 252


SAINT VINCENT.
By Authority of the Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Ordinance (Chapter
156 of the Revised Laws of Saint
Vincent, 1926).

(Gazetted-1956).


The Sessions will be held at the fol-
lowing places at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon :-
District 1, at the Police Station at
Calliaqua on Tuesday, the llth
day of September, 1956; and at
the Court House, Kingstown on
Tuesday the 11th day-of Septem-
ber, 1956.
District 2, at the Police Station at


NOTICE is h,-reby given that an apipli- Georgetown on Friday the 21st
cation was oni the 25il day of July, day of September, 1956.
1956, made by Biochemie Gesellschaft District 3, at the Police Station at
mit beschran kter Haltiu g. formerly of Layou on Thursday, the 20th day
11, Ing. Etzelstrasse, Innsbruck, Tyrol, of September, 1956.
Austria, and now of Kund]l, Tyrol, Aus-
tria, a body Corporate or-anised under District 4. at the Police -Station at
the laws of Austria, with a claim to Hlarrouallip on Mondlay the 10th
priorities of d.te bas(d oin apldlieatio,'s day of September, 1956.
made in a Conventioii Country on the District 5, at the Police Station at
22nd day of April, 1952. for a patent in Chateanbelair on Monday the
respect of an invention relating to new 24th day of September, 1956.
penicillin compound and its pIroduc- District 6. at the Police Station, at
tion. Port Elizabeth, Bequin on Thurs-
Any person may at any time within day the 6th day of September,
two months from the (late of puillic;- 1956; and at the Court House,
tion of this notice in the Gizette, give Clifton, Union Island on Tuesday
notice to the Regii-trai of opipoitiou to the 25th day of September, 1956.
the issue of a certificate of reista i ,n Notice of intention to object to any
upon any of the grounds prdsrined by assessment must be given not later than
section 27 of the Pat-nts Ordinance ten days before the day fix(d for the
(Cap. 155) for opposition to the grant of holding of the Session at which the
Letters Patent. olj,,ction is to be heard.


C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar of Patents.
PATENT OFFICE,
SAINT VINCENT,
9th August, 1956.


SAINT VINCENT.

BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE
LAND AND HOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE,
CHAPTER 194 (REVISED EDITION).



The Magistrates of the First, Second
and Third Districts will hold Special
Sessions for the purpose of hearing
objections to and appeals from the as-
sessments made by the Tax Officers of
St. George's Parish, District I; Charlotte
Parish, District 2; St. Andrew's Parish,
District 3; St. Patrick's Parish, District
4; St. David's Parish, District 5: and the
Grenadines, District 6; as relate to
property in the First, Second and Third
Magisterial Districts.


E. F. GLASGOW,
Mag istrate.


MAGTSTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
11th August, 1956.


SAINT VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE
ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.


NOTICE is hereby given that a General
Meeting of the Saint Vincent Co-opera-
tive Arrowroot Association will he held
at the Memorial Hall, Richmond Hill,
at 10.00 a.m. on Friday, 31st Avugust,
1956 for the purpose of electing fifteen
Delegates who will in turn elect six
Members to serve on the Arrowroot
Board for the Arrowroot Year com-
mencing 1st October, next.

C. V. BABER ISAACS,
Secretary.
21st July, 1956.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT TIE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINDSTOWN ST. VINCENT
[ Price: 24 cents. ]






















FINANCIAL
STATEMENTS.









THE TOTAL RECEIPTS AND


Estimated Aetwal Receipts
RECRIPTS. Receipts to 31. 1. 66
1956.


1. Import Duties
2. Export Duties
3. Excise Duties ...
4. Other Duties ...
5. Licences
6. Taxes ...
,7. Harbour Dues
8. Other Fees of Court, ete....
9. Post Office
10. Electricity, Telephone, etc.
11. Rental and Interest ...
12. Sale of Crown Lands ...

Total Ordinary Revenue

EXTRAORDINARY.

liB. Loans and Advances, Repayments
13. Colonial Development & Welfare Schemes
14. Deferred Maintenance
15. Grant in Aid-Normal ...














Total Revenue ...

Authorised Advances:-

Personal 4,692
Other 2,519


Deposits, Special Funds

Deposits, Other than Special Funda

Imprest

Joint Colonial Fund

General Revenue Balance


Balance as at 1st Jaunary, 1956 bt. forward


$
834,500
300,000
254,520
92,000
38,214
368,000
18,760
178,738
93,654
10,750
13.748
12,125

2,215,009


185,225
,514,895
22,834
683,226














S ~,U21,189

I -


$
71,123
15,687
9,727
39,109
13,409
15,661
1,086
11,708
8,876
1,214
449
897

189,546



133
133
















189,812




7,211


81,036

98,720

5,854

14,400

24.775

421,808



160,455


582,268










PAYMENTS DURING


Estimated Actual
PAYMENTs. Payments Payments
1966. to 31.1.56


1. Governor
S2. Legislature
.3. Administration
'4. Agriculture
5. Audit
,6. Central Housing Authority
7. Charitable
-8A. Customs and Excise
9. Education
11. Ju dicial '
12. Labour
13. Lands and Suryey
14. Legal
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 Annually Recurrent
28. Subventiojn
30. Telephones
31. Treasury

Total Ordinary Expenditure



EXTRAORDINARY.

14A. Loans and Advances ,
8. Colonial Development and Welfare
26. Public Works Extraordinary
26A. Deferred Maintenance

Total Expenditure


Authorised Advances;-


Personal
Other


32,432
7,781


Deposits, Special Funds

Deposits, Other than Special Funds

Imprest

Investment-Special



Balance as at 31st January, 1956 cf


15,090
53;932
150,702
117,708
17,197
6,400
37,674
37,616
393,543
47,853
16,066
19,590
8,421
492;709
134;870
66&300
201E863
7=220
62,030
65,256
37,511
10,366
87,021
260;175
108,653
33,202
86,491


2,574,519 162,937




220,252
514,895 11(599
288,689 5,274
22,834


3.621,189


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
4th July, 1956.


C. R. I. ROBINSON,
Ag. Accountant General.


54
480
8.861
6,49&
1,484


1,679
3,812
28,415
2,291
824
1,023
569
31,430
8,621
5,666
13,098
48
2,425
5,237
15,972
490
6,919
6,973
2,168
1,739
6,159


179,808




40,213


135,825

45,010

14,522

1,739

417,117

165,146




582,263


JANUARY 1956.






Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of St. Vincent as at 31st January, 1956.


1955
$


147,270 00



123,385 00


253,278 % 00















523,933 00
.* I


Deposits:-

Special Funds

Overdrafts:--
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund

Colony Reserve Fund


General Revenue Balance:-

Net R-venue as at 31. 1. 56
Net Expenditure as at 31. 1. 56

Colony Surplus
Deduct C. D. & W.


189,679 00
168,209 00

21,470 00U
11,465 00


Balance as at 1st January, 1956 (adjusted) ...


$ c.


$ .



506,734 00


883,200 00

35,321 00


1955
$

523,933


i I


10,005 00


323,076 00 333,081 00




1,758,336 00 523,933 00


Advances :


Pe rsonal


$ c.


157,767 00

911,540 00 1,069,307 00


Other


Less Deposits-other

Cash :-

Treasury and Sub-Treasuries
Barclays Bank
Crown Agents
Drafts and Remittances
Imprests

Investments


$ e.


145,499 00 923,808 00



21,740 00
134,293 00
2,341 00
3,771 00
8,669 00 173,814 00

660,714 00






1,758,336 00


Notes:-


1. At 31st January, 1956, the Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities) amounted to $679,443.00 and the accumulated Funds for its redemption to $203,211.00.
2. "Other Advuoes includes an amount of $738,290.00 advanced in anticipation of loans.


TREASURY CHAMBaRS,
SAINT VINCENT, B.W.I.
4th July, 1956.


C. R. I. ROBINSON,
Ag. Accountant General.





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