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Publication Date: September 4, 1956
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265


SAIT j\r V XINC'INT.r


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


published by Authori1,.



Voi'. 89. S ',INT V[NCENT. TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956. No3 47.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 294.
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:-


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS


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.
fW. 25/1949).
No. 372.,. No. 373.
APPOINTMENTS.
CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
FEDERAL FINANCIAL SECRETARY AUTH
BRITISH CARIBBEAN FEDERATION
The Secretary of State for the Colonies
has selected Mr.L.N. BLACHE-FRASER, Under Section (6) of the Slum
for appointment as Federal Financial Under Section 5 () of the Slum
Officer in the forthcoming British Carib- I Clearance and Housing Ordinance, 1946
bean Federation. (No. 1 of 1946), the Administrator has
Mr. BLACHE-FRASER, was born in appointed the under-mentioned persons
1904 and educated at Queen's College, I to sit in the place of the Senior Medical
Trinidad. After a Career in Public Ser-I Officer and of the Superintendent of
vice of Trinidad he is now Financial I Works only in their absence or inability
Secretary of that Colony. to attend Meetings, with effect from
4th September, 1956. 28th August and for the life of the
C;02














266 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 47).


present Authority which will expire on
24th March, 1957:-
The Sanitary Superintendent,
The Assistunt 'Superintendent of
Works.
4th September, 1956.
(P. 611949),

No. 374.
FISHERY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
348 of llth August, 1956, Mr. VICTOR
FREDERICK has been appointed to serve
on the new Fishery AI visory Committee
for a period of one year from 14th
August, 1956.
4th September, 1956
(B2111948)



No. 375.
VACATION LEAVE. m

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 339 of 7th August, 1956, Mr. GEORGE
TUCKER, Junior Clerk, Magistrate's
Office, proceeded on six (6) months'
vacation leave on 20th August, 1956
and not with effect from 1st August,
1956.
4th September. 1956.
(P.F. 531).


No. 376.


LEGISLATION.


The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & 0. No. 33.-The Income Tax
(Deductions) Rules, 1956.
(J. 20/1951).

S.R. & 0. No. 34.-The Income Tax
(Double Taxation Relief) (Den-
mark) Order, 1956.
4th September, 1956.



No. 377.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 29th February,
1956, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
4th September, 1956.


No. 362.
TENDERS FOR GOVERNMENT
SERVICES.

MISCK.LANEOUS SUPPLIB.

Sealed Tenders will be received until
3 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, the 18th Sep-
tember, 1956, for the supply to Govern-
ment for the period 1st January to 31st
December, 1957, of such quantities of the
undermentioned articles as may be
daily or otherwise required for the use
of the Prisons Department:-
Breadfruit ...... per lb.
Plantains ..... 100 lb.
Potatoes (sweet) ......,, 100 lb.
Tannias ..... 100 lb.
Yams ...... 100 lb.
Processed lozal Cocoa...... ,, lb.
Kallaloo ,, lb.
Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Treasury
Building, and distinctly marked on the
envelope "Tender for Supplies to Pris-
ons". Printed forms will be issued on
application at Government Office.
Any delivery charge should be stated
on the Tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender, and
reserves the power of accepting any part
of a tender.
Nothing in any contract which may be
entered into will be considered as affect-
ing the right of the Government to
import at any time any articles it may
require notwithstanding such supply is
contracted for locally.
The attention of parties tendering Is
particularly directed to the "conditions
of contract" inserted at the end of this
notice which will be binding on them.
CoinMnoNs OF CONTRACT.
1. The Contract to be from 1st Jan-
uary, to 31st December, 1957.
2. The Contractor undertakes to de-
liver at his own expense into the Stores
of the Institution the articles placed oppo-
site his name at the price stated, on
such days, at such times, and in such
quantities as may be stated on the
requisitions of .the Head of Department
or Officer in charge.
3. Every article supplied must be of
a sound, good quality, and no article is
to be substituted for the one requisi-
tioned for without the consent of the
requisitioning officer first obtained.
4. Any articles considered by the
Head of Department or Officer in charge
to he of inferior quality may be rejected
by him, and shall be immediately re-
moved and replaced by the Contractor
at his own expense, without any allow-
ance being made to him f3r such arti-
cles














SAINT VINC,'T. TUESDAY, 4 SEPT!', 1 l'R. 195,;--(No. 47.) 267


5 If the rejected articles are not re-
moved within 9 hours from the time
notice shall have been given to the Con-
tractor, they will be returned to, and at
th" expense of the Cont:-.,ctor; pro
vided that if the Contractor gives such
explanation as may be satisfactory to
the Administrator, the excn.'e :f such
return shall not be charged
5. 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 or 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. If the Contractor should persist
in. such irregularities as stated in para-
graph 6, the Administrator shall have
ti-e power to terminate the contract
immediately or at such time as may
appear to him proper and convenient.
9. The contract may be terminated
at any time by one month's notice being
giv-en either by the Contractor to the
Administrator or by the Administrator
to the Contractor.
28th August, 1956.
fW. 58/1950).


No. 363.
Sealed Tenders will be received until
3 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, 18th Septem-
ber, 1956, for the supply to Government
for the period 1st January to 31st
December, 1957, of such quantities of
the undermentioned articles as may be
daily or otherwise required for the use
of any Government Department.
Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Treasury
Building, and distinctly marked on the
envelope "Tender for Supplies to Gov-
ernment Institutions etc." Printed
Forms will be issued on application at
Government Office.
Any delivery charge should be stated
on the tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender, and
reserves the power of accepting any
part of a tender.
Nothing in any contract which may
be entered into will be considered as
affecting the right of the Government
to import at any time any articles it


may require notwithstanding such sup-
ply is contracted for locally.
The attention of parties tendering is
particularly directed to the "conditions
of contract" inserted at the end of this
notice which will be binding on them.
Beef, fresh with and
without bone ..... per pound
Firewood ..... per cord
Gasolene and kerosene per gallon
Mutton ..... per pound
Conditions of Contract.
1. The contract to be from 1st January
to 31st December, 1957.
2. The Contractor undertakes to de-
liver at his own expense into the Stores
of Institutions the articles placed oppo-
site his name at the prices stated, on such
days, at such times, and in such quanti-
ties as may be stated on the requisitions
of the Head of the Department or Officer
in charge.
3. Firewood for the Extension Hospital,
Montrose, Leper Asylum, Fort Char-
lotte, Mental Hospital, Villa and Pauper
Asylum, Glen, to be delivered stacked at
the respective places named.
4. Every article supplied must be of a
sound, good quality, and no article is to
be substituted for the one requisitioned
for without the consent of the requisi-
tioning officer first obtained.
5. Any articles considered by the Head
of Department or Officer in charge to be
of inferior quality may be rejected by
him, and shall be immediately removed
and replaced by the Contractor at his
own expense, without any allowance be-
ing made to him for such articles.
6. If the rejected articles are not re-
moved within 9 hours from the time no-
tice shall have been given to the Con-
tractor, they will be returned to, and at
the expense of the Contractor; provided
that if the Contractor gives such explana-
tion as may be satisfactory to the Admin-
istrator, the expenses of such return shall
not be charged.
7. 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 requisitions,
the Head of Department or Officer 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 Contractor.
8. The Head of Department or
Officer 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.
9. All fresh meat contracted for must
be slaughtered in the Slaughter-house in
Kingstown.














268 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956.--(\o 47).


10. If the Contractor should persist In
such irregularities as stated in para-
graph 6, the Administrator shall have
power to terminate the contract imme-
diately or at such time as may appear to
him proper and convenient.
11. 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.
28th Augu t, 1056.


No. 364.
Tenders are hereby invited, and will
be received up to 3.00 p.m. on Tuesday,
18th September, 1956, for the supply of
fresh whole milk to the following Gov-
erment Institutions for the year 1957 :-
Colonial Hospital, Kingstown (includ-
ing Extension Hospital),
Nurses' Hostel, Montrose,
Lewis Punnett Home for the Aged
Poor, Glen,
Leper Asylum, Fort Charlotte,
Mental Hospital, Calliaqua.


2. The average daily
will be :-
Colonial Ilospital 294
Nurses' Hostel 30
Lewis Punnett
Home 32
Leper Asylum 8
Mental Hospital 46


requirements

Imperial pint


3. The milk must contain not less
than 3 per cent of fats and 82 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.
4. Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Treasury,
and the envelopes are to be marked
"Tender for Milk."
5. Any delivery charge should be
stated on the Tender separate from the
actual price of the commodity,
28th August, 1956.


No. 365.
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS, PARCELS,
PASSENGERS AND CARGO (LEEWARD).

Tenders will be received up to 3 p.m..
on Tuesday, 18th September, 1956, for
the conveyance daily of mails, including
Parcel Post mails from, to, and between
each and all the Post Offices of Kings-
town, Layou. Barronallie, Cumberland,
Troumaca, Chateaubelair and Questelles


on the Leeward coast of the IsL]a of
St. Vincent by Motor Launch frit.. 1st
January to 31st December, 1957.
2. The Motor Launch will be re-
quired to leave Chateaubelair at ;b< ut
7 a.m. daily except on the Thu~n-day
following the first Wednesday of each
month, and to return to Chateaubelair
leaving Kingstown about 3.00 p.m.
daily except on the first Wednesday
only of each month. On the first Wed-
nesday of each month the Launch will
be required to leave Kingstown for
Chateaubelair at about 1.30 p.m. and
return to Kingstown the same evening
leaving Chateaubelair at 7.00 p.m. The
hours of leaving Chateaubelair and
Kingstown may be modified by the
Colonial Postmaster.
3. The Motor Launch will be re-
quired to provide a service for the
carriage of passengers and cargo at the
present fixed rates which will be sup-
plied to intended Tenders, if required,
on application at Government Office and
to call on the itinerary in each direction
.at Clare Valley for this purpose and for
the purpose of collecting the mails
from and delivering the mails to the
Questelles Post Office.
4. All mails will be delivered at and
collected from the General Post Office,
and District Post Offices except that
where such provision is made mails
may be delivered to and collected from
the mail carriers of the District Post
Offices.
5. The contract will be for a period of
one year to 31st December, 1957.
6. Tenders should state the amount
of subsidy required and should be
addressed to the Chairman, Tenders
Board, Treasury, and distinctly marked
"Tenders for conveyance of Mails,
Passengers and Cargo (Leeward)."
7. The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
28th August, 1956.
(Q. 5/1948).


No. 366.
TENDERS FOR MOTOR CAR SERVICE.

Sealed Tenders are invited for the
provision of motor cars for the convey-
ance of public officers during 1957,
The Tenders submitted should con-
tain particulars of the charges proposed
to be made for waiting. Rates submitted
should not exceed those contained in
Statutory Rules and Orders, No. 15 of
1947.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 47). 269


The contract will be terminable by
one month's notice on either side, and
the person to whom the contract is
awarded will be required to enter into
a bond with Government for the satis-
factory performance of the contract.
Tenders close at 3 p.m. on Tuesday,
18th September, 1956, and should be
addressed to the Chairman, Tenders
Board, Treasury, Kingstown, and dis-
tinctly marked on the envelope "Tenders
for Motor Car Service."
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
28th August, 1956.
(P. 2111944).


No. 378.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF UNIFORMS
FOR GOVERNMENT MESSENGERS.

Tenders are invited for supplying and
making khaki uniforms for Government
male messengers for the period 1st
January to 31st December, 1957.
2. The khaki must be of the same
shade and texture for each uniform, and
samples should be submitted with the
tender.
3. The number of messengers is 24
and two uniforms consisting of long
Trousers and short sleeved shirts with
.two flap pockets and shoulder straps will
be required in each case.
4. Tenders, which will be received
up to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, 18th Septem-
ber, 1956, must be sealed and addressed
to the Chairman of the Tenders Board,
Treasury Dep irtment, Kingstown, ;ind
distinctly marked on the envelope"T'n-
der for the supply of Uniforms for
Government Messengers".
5. The Government does not bind
itself to accept t.he lowest or any tender.
4th September, 1956



No. 379.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.

REDUCTION OF EXPORT DUTY
ON ARROWROOT IN ST. VINCENT.

It is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies has approved the reduction of the
Export Duty on Arrowroot in St. Vincent
from 71% to 3/ alt valorem with effi'ct
from 1st September. 1956.
4th September, 1950.
(B 16/1948 (A)).


No. 380.
TWELFTH REGIONAL ECONOMIC COM-
MITTEE MEETING-DISCUSSIOlNS AT


The Twelfth R.E.C. Meeting at its
second Session on Tuesday, discussed
proposals relating to Intra-Regional
Shipping and set out in detail some of
the general questions and matters affect-
ing the operation of the S.S. "West
Indian" to which it would require its
Shipping Consultant, Mr. MCLELLAN,
to direct specialattention. Mr.Mclellan
has been specifically engaged by the
British Caribbean Governments for this
purpose.
Members of the Committee acting on
behalf of their Governments agreed to
the final form of Agreement to imple-
ment the proposals of the Rice Con-
ference which met in Barbados in June
1956.
Other matters discussed at the Session
included the Administration of the
B.W.1. Trade Liberalisation Plan with
Canada and matters affecting the Trade
Commissioner Services in Canada and
the United Kingdom.
4th September, 1956.

No. 381.
The R.E.C. concluded its Twelfth
Meeting on Thursday at Castries, St.
Lucia. It considered problems related to
the Marketing of Citrus in the United
Kingdom and decided that the advice
of the British Caribbean Ciiuus Grow-
ers' Association be sought on some
aspects of these problems before rep-
resentations are made to the S(crttaiy
of State in regard to further protection
for the Industry in the United King-
dom Market.
The Committee also decided that the
Oils and Fats Conference be con\I Nied
during i this year, under the auspices of
the R.1E.C. io resolve outstanding issues
in regard to the terns of the new agree-
nment.
Matters relating to the Marketing of
Bananas and Cotton were also discussed.
It was d,,cidbd that the British Carib-
liean Territories siouldi not apply for
Associate Membership of the F.A.O.,
but that the present arrangement for
representation a- a part of the United
Kingdom Dependent Territory Delega-
tion should continue. The Meeting
conclunied its dtlil erations with the
ex pressions of appr',ciatioi of the pen-
erons a sist:ince ind hospitality of the
Governinett and people of St. Lucia.
4th September, 1956.














270 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 47).


No. 367.
LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND
POLITICAL SCIENCE.

It is notified for general information,
that the next School En trance Examina-
tion for the London School of Economics
and Political Science will be held on
Wednesday, 27th February, 1957. and
will consist of one or two papers of a
general nature.
2. Candidates desirous of taking this
examination are advised that formal
application must first be made to the
Overseas Student Committee of the
Academic Board. The applications must
be submitted in the first instance to
the Local Education Officer, who will
cause them to be forwarded to the
Colonial Office for onward transmission
to the L.S.E.
3. The last date for the receipt of
applications at the L.S.E. will be 1st
January, 1957, and candidates taking the
Entrance Examination will be required
to pay an entry fee of 1 ($4.80), and
be responsible for any local charges (as
for example, for invigilation), which
may arise.
4. It is stressed that applications
should be received as early as possible
before 1st January, 1957, as reasonable
time should be allowed for postal
transmission.
28th August, 1956.
(E. 16/1947).


No. 368.
Compensation for British Property Nation-
alised under Polish Law and certain Debts
due by Polish Debtors

THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION ( POLAND)
(DEBTS) ORDER 1956
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (POLAND)
NATIONALISATIONN CLAIMS)
ORDER 1956.

The above Order-in-Council (S.I. 1956
Nos. 617 and 618) have been received in
the Colony and are available for inspec-
tion at the Government Otlice by per-
sons interested.
The Orders-in-C ulncil relate to the
distribution of compensation to be paid
by the Polish Government under the
terms of th. Anglo-P)olish A-reemnem of
November 11, 1951 ret mint niie settle-
mpnt. of Financial at:t.-rs (Command
9343).
The Agreement provided that t l e
Polish Government would pay to the


United Kingdom Government the sum
of 5,465,000 of which (a) the sum of
2,665,000 would be in full and final
settlement of claims in respect of cer-
tain British property, rights and in-
terests affected before November 11,
1954 by certain Polish measures of
naticnalisation and expropriation, and
(b) the sum of 2,800,000 would be in
full and tinal settlement of debts due to
the United Kingdom Government or to
certain British nationals,the payment of
which had been guaranteed by the Polish
Government. and of other pre-war bank-
ing and commercial debts. The com-
pensation is pa able by the Polish
Government in instalments spread over
a number of years and will be distribu-
ted at suitable intervals.
The Orders-in-Council empower the
Foreign Compensation Commission 1,
Princess Gate, London, S. W. 7, to
receive applications from and to deter-
mine the claims of individuals, corpora-
tions, firms or associations who fulfil the
requirements of the Orders. Attention
is invited to Articles 7 and 11 of each
Order and to Article 12 of the Foreign
Compensation (Poland) (Nationalisation
Claims) Order or Article 13 of the
Foreign Compensation (Poland) (Debts)
Order. A schedule of the relevant
Polish measures of nationalisation or
expropriation is attached to the former
Order.
Prospective applicants under either
Order are advise d to send their names
and addresses to the Foreign Compen-
sation Cominmission ;s soon as possible
to ensure that they receive the appro-
priate application forms. Applications
under the Orders miust be mnde to the
Commission on or before April 24, 1957.
28th August, 1956,
By Command,
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Government ,Secretary.
GOVEl,,IIMENT OFFICE.
4th September, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

T',rm III will begin on Monday, 10th
'Setemaber, 1956 at 10.30 a.m.

JT. F. GORDON,
Acling Headmaster.
17th August, 1956.














SAINT V[NCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 47). 271


GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

Term III will begin on Monday/ 10thl
September, 1956 at 10.30 a.m.i

J. M. HEt-CHAN,
Headmistress.
17th August, 1956.


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, 5thl October, 1956, beginning at
9.00 a.m.
2. The Scholarships are open to pupils
attending Government or Assisted Pri-
mary Schools or Private Schools which
satisfy the requirements 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 scholarship holders whose
normal place of residence is at least
two miles from the limits of Kings-
town 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 on the 15th Sep-
ternber, 1956. Age must be proved by
a birth or oaptisnal certificate.
(b) have attended a Governimnnt
or Assisted Primary School or
Private School which satisfies
the requirenients of thl Board
of Educ ition. during thle twelve
months preceding thlie 15 h Sep-
tember, 19')5 for not less t, i1n
75/o of thle maximum attend-
ances possible during such
period, as shown in the Attend-
ance Register kept in the
School.
(c) furnish certificates of good con-
duct from the Head Teacher or
Head Teacheis of such school
or schools,
(d) be natives of the Colony, or
children of natives or have be-en
res dent in the Colony for at
lest two years.
4. Thie E location Officer is em-
powered l to accept for exillmination a ny
can lilae r wh ,h rough illness has failed
to comply with tli requirements of
paragrapli 3 (b) above, with respect to
the nll mbi r of attend dances.
5. No S hlola-ship shall be nawrded
to any candid ite who obt:alnsu less than
one-third of the possible iinrks in each
snbj -ct and less than one-ha:lf of the
total possible marks in the ex inination.


6. Scholarships are awarded for a
period of not mipre than six years
provided the scholar's attendance, con-
dnct and progress as shown 1) the term
repo ts are considered satisfactory.
7. Candidates will be examined in
English, including Reading, Arithmetic
and General Knowledge.
8. Applicationsaccompanied by prop-
er proof of age must reach thle 1 education
Officer not later than Saturday, 15th
September, 1956.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Oficer.
Department of Education,
St. Vincent.
28th August, 1956.

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st AUGUST, 1956.

Average Circulation during
June, 1956:-
Br. Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes ...$58,334,519.00
Demonetized Govt.
notes (outstanding)... 1,185,540.00

S59,520,059.00


British Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes in circu-
lation on let August,
1956:-
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados ...
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Donmiiiia ...
Antigua ...
St. Kitts ...
Montserrat


$27,753,524.00
i 5,834.625.00
14.696,181.00
2.568.100.00
504.4000.00
i34.000.00
1.343,400.00
2,025,300.00
1,519,500.00
324,905.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $57,503.935.00


Demone'ized Trin
dad &. Tobago G(
notes ouisiand-
ing
Demone:ized Brit-
ish Guiana Govt.
notes onistand-
ing
Den,ionetized Bar-
badlos Govt. note
outstanding


... $ 804,524.00'



293,724.00


... 74.909.00


Total demonetizd Govt.
notes outstanding ... $1.173.157.00

Tot i ceirculation
on 1st Augnus, 1356 ... $58,!;77.092.00














272 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY


Statement Showing British Caribbean
Coin Circulation in the British Carib-
bean Territories (Eastern Group)
on IstAugust. 1956.

Average circi lotion dur-
ing June. 195) $2,070,872.(


Triinidad & Tobago
Bariaulos
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
Proof Sets


S ..:', ..00.00
. 430,825.00
. 4(; 1,050.00
. 104,000.00
73,025.00
* 108,500.00
82,950.00
112,850.00
84,450.00
10,800.00
1,776.50

$2,402,776 50


L. SPENCE.
Executive Comnmissioner,
British Caribbean Ourrency
Board.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I.



NOTICE TO MARINERS.

BASSETERRE HARBOUR.

Port Lights at Basseterre, St. Kitts,
B.W.I. restored to original efficiency.

A. L. WILLIAMS,
A: ting Port O(/.cer
S't. Vincent.



SAINT VINCENT.

By Authority of the Registration of United
Kingdon Patents Ordinance (Chapter
156 of the Revised Laws cf Saint
Vincent, 1926).

(Gazetted 1956).

NOTICE is hereby given thatan appli-
cation was on the 25th day of July,
1956, made by Biochemic G sellschaft
mit beschrankter Haftung. formerly of
11, Ing, E z lstrasse. Innshruck. Tyrol,
Austria, and now of Konil], Tyrol, Aus-
tria, a body Corporate organised under
the laws of Austria, with a claim to
priorities of date based on applications


0


4 SEPTFMBEE, P.156.-(ND. 47).


made in a Convention Country on the
22nd day of April, 1952, for a patent in
respect of an invention rel-iting t-o new
penicillin compound and its produc-
tion.
Any person may at any time within
two months from the date of publica-
tion of this notice in the Gazette, give
notice to the Registrar of opposition to
the issue of a certificate of registration
upon any of the grounds prescribed by
section 27 of the Patents Ordinance
(Cap. 155) for opposition to the grant of
Letters Patent.

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



NOTICE.


Exporters of produce are hereby noti-
fied that this Department will refuse to
issue Certificates of Fitness for Export
for any produce which is not free of
unnecessary foliage, trash and soil or
in any other way unfit for export.
2. Exporters must pay particular
attention to having their produce clean
and in good condition before presenting
it for inspection, This applies particu-
larly to sweet Potatoes which are far too
frequently cover d with soil. broken
and of poor quality.

J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent I of Agriculture.
25th August, 1956.


Offers are invited in writing for the
purchase of one (1) Lund Rover-- T 490,
the property of the Agricultural Depart-
ment.
2. The vehicle cian be inspected at
the Ford Service Station Garage.
3. Offeirs should be addressed to:-
The Suaerintendeit of Agriculture,
The Department of Agriculture,
KINGSTOWN.
and should reach himi. not later than
15/h i 'eptembtr, 1956.

JEAN WALL,
for Suive inteident of Agriculture.
25th August, 1956.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956-(No. 47). 273


NOTICE.

UNDER: THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the .Quarterly
Licensing Sessions will be held in the underimenticned iirishlsF for the pin: ec(
of hearing, applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the provi-sion- of tthe Liquor Licences
Ordinance, 1948 at the time and places hereunder.


Parish.


Time and Place of Session.


St. George & SL. Andrew ... At the Court ILmase, Kingstown, on
Thursday the 20th day of September,
1956, at 10 a.m.
Charlotte ... At the Court Louse, Georgetown. on
Friday the 14th uay of September, 1966,
at 10 a.m.
St. Patrick ... At the Court Honse, Barrouallie on Mon-
day the lo0th day of September, 1956,
at 10 a.m.
Notices of intention to oppose iiegrantof any Certifieates, stating in general
t.rms the grounds of the opposition, must be served 11,on the applicant al d
upon the Ma;,istrate not less than seven days of'r,' the daNy fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Sessions.

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Magistrate.

PARi IC'TLARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CEll 'IFICATES
AND TRANSFERS.


St. Georgr &
St. Andrew ...













C harlctte


parish. Nimes of Applicants. Occupation.


Blue Lagoon Guest
House Proprietors
James William
Webb Shopkelpc'r
.James MILe.n ,,
James Dickson
United TradersLtd. Merclhnt s

Everard M. Edwards Shopkeepei


Isabelle Morris


Fitz-Clarence Joslyn

Ridley Ryan
Harold Pilgrim
Victor H. John
Maurice Young

Haynes McDowall

Alban Periera

Felton Husbands
Patricia Williams


St. Patrick ... Victor Patrick


George Davis


Peasant
Prop'r
Shopkeepei


Residence.



Ratho Mill

Eilinhoro


Kirngs'own


,1


Diamond

Colonarie
Georgetown
Bridgetown
Caratal
Village
Park Hill
Village
South
Rivers
Park Hill
New
Prospect
Spring
Village
Spring
Village


Situation of
Premises.


Ratheo Mill

Edinboro
Stiubbs
do.
Lot 109 MidhIle
St., Kiniistown
Middle Street,
Kin 1stown
Lo)wer Bay
Street, Kings-
town
Rivulet Road,
Diamond
Colonarie
Georgetown
New Prospect
Caratal Village

Park Hill

South Rivers

South Rivers
New Prospect

Spring Village

Spring Village


MAGISTRATES OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
25'th August, 1956.













274 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 47).


POLICE NOTICES. District 3; St. Patrick's Parish, District
-; St. David's Parish, District 5: and the
It is hereby notified for general in- Grenadines. District 6; as relate to
formation that there will be put up forI property in the First, Second and Third
sale by public auction on Wednesday Magisterial Districts.
12th September, 1956 at 1 p.m. at Police The Sessions will be held at the fol-
Headquarters, the undermentioned :- lowing places at 10 o'clock in the
2 Royal Enfield motor cycles forenoon :-
1 ., ,, cycle as District 1, at the Police Station at
spare parts. Calliaqua on Tuesday, the 11th
4 old Humber bicycles, day of September, 1956; and at
the Court House, Kingstown on
Tuesday the 11th day of Septem-
The following articles were picked up lher, 1956.
at the Peace Memorial Hall on 2nl. District 2, At the Police Station at
June, 1956 and are now at Central Georgetown on Fridhy the 21st
Police Station where they may be day of September, 1956.
claimed by the owners:-
District 3, at the Police Station at
One (1) gold plated bangle Layou on Thursday, the 20th day
Three (3) odd hearings. of September, 1956.
S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Col.. District 4. at the Police Station at
Chief of Police. Barro allie on Moiindy the 10th
(lay of September, 1956.
Office of Chief of Police, District 5. at the Police Station at
Police Headquarters, Chateaubelair on Monday the
Kingstown, 24th day of September, 1956.
30th August, 1956. District 6. at the Police Station, at
I Pwort lizabeth te uia r,- .


SAINT VINCENT.

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

The Magistrates of the First, Secofhd
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 1; Charlotte
Parish, District 2; St. Andrew's Parish,


f, q on ur s-
day the 6th day of September,
]956; and at the Court House,
Clifton, Union Island on Tuesday
the 25th day of September, 1956.
Notice of intention to object to any
assessment must be given not later than
ten days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Session at which the
objection is to be heard.
E. F. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTowN.
llth August, 1956.


PRNTD= BY THlE GOVERNMENT PRIN~TER, It! =1~ GO-VERNI'MENT PRINTING~ OFrICE,
RMOqSTOWNq ST. VINCENT
[(Price: 24 cents. I





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Supplement: Accounts of the colony
for the period 1st January to 29th
February 1956.




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