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287


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 89.] 'S INT V[NC NT. TUESDAY, lS SEPTEMBER, 1956. [No 49.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


N\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:-


KrNGSTOWN


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.
W. 25/1949).


No. 397 'Trinidad, with jurisdiction including
BRAZILIAN CONSUL AT PORT-OF- Trinidad. Bahamas. Jamaica, Windward
SPAIN, TRINIDAD. Islands. Leeward Islands, British Hon-
n dvras. Barbados (excluding Bridgetown)
With reference to Government Notice and British Guiana (excluding George-.
No. 258 of 26th June, 1956, the Exe- town). received Her Majesty's signature
quator empowering SENBOR PEDRO on 30th July, 1956.
FERNANDO MACHADO POLZIN to act as 18th Sepltember, 1956.
Brazilian Consul at Pc r t-o f-S p ai n, (R 1/1948).






63 rp















288 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49,)


No. 398.
ASSUMPTION OF DUTIES

Hon. B. R. THOMAS, Financial Secre-
tary, arrived in the Colony on Septem-
ber 6th and assumed duties with effect
from 8th September, 1956.
18th September, 1956.
(PF. 828).

No. 399.
LEAVE

With reference to Government Notice
No. 273 of 3rd July, 1956, Dr. M. F. X.
SLATTERY, Senior Medical Officer, St.
Vincent, has been granted 56 days'
vacation leave with effect from 20th
September, 1956.
18th September, 1956.
(P. 1'. 786).

No. 400.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 313 of 24th July, 1956. Mr. F.
E. WILLIAMS, Inland Revenue Officer,
Treasury Department. returned to thep
Colony from Jamaica on 7th September,
1956. Mr. WILLIAMS has been granted
seven (7) days' casual leave with effect
from 8th September, 1956.
18th September, 1956.
(P.F. 135).

No. 401.
RESIGNATION

Mr. N. A. ANTOINE, Assistant Master,
Grammar School, has resigned the Ser-
vice with effect from 10th September,
1956.
18th September, 1956.
(P.F. 595).

No. 402.
Mr. R. M. LALL, M.Sc.,(Hons.) Senior
Assistant Master (Science) Grammar
School, has resigned his post with effect
from 10th September, 1956.
18th September, 1956.
(P.F. 800).

No. 392.
VACANT POSS.

VACANT POST OF PHYSICIAN SPECIAL-
IST, GENERAL HOSPITAL, BARBADOS.

Applications are invited for the post
of Physician Specialist, General Hospital,
Barbados.
2. Qualifications: Applicants should
be registered general medical practition-


ers and should possess the M.R.C.P. or an
equivalent qualification. Post-giaduate
hospital experience is essential.
3. Duties: The Physician Specialist
shall be responsible for the public
medical service of the hospital, shall
perform such other duties as may be
required of him from time to time and
shall act under the general superinten-
dence and direction of the Director of
Medical Service.s.
4. Appointment andSalary: Thepost
is full time and pensionable with a salary
in the scale $5,520 x 480-$6,480 per an-
num. A temporaryy cost of living allow-
ance is aiso payable at the rate of $156
per annum. The salary is now under
review. Point of entry into the salary
scale will depend on prof -ssional qualifi-
cations and experience. The Physician
Specialist is eligible for full fees in res-
pect of consultations outside the-hospital
and a non-pensionable allowance equal
to one-half the fees paid into the Pub-
lic Tieasury in respect of specialist
services rendered within the hospital.
Otherwise private practice is not al-
lowed. In case of a pensionable appoint-
ment salary is subject to annual deduc-
tion of 4% under the Widows' and Or-
phans' Pension Act unless wholly or
partially exempt by membership of a
Widows' and Orphans' Pension scheme
of another Government. Appointment
may also be an agreement for a period
of three years.
5. Passages: The successful candi-
date, if appointed on pensionable terms,
will be eligible for the cost of passages
for himself and family from the place of
recruitment up to a limit of $1,440. If
appointed on agreement, he will be eli-
gible for the cost of passages for himself
and his family on appointment and on
satisfactory completion of agreement up
to a limit of $1,440 each way.
6. Leave and Leave Passages: Leave
is granted in accordance with local
regulations. Leave passages for pen-
sionable officer are payable every three
and a half years in accordance with the
Civil Establiahment (Leave Passages)
Order, 1952.
7. Quarters: Free furnished quarters
are provided.
8. Applications giving full particulars,
qualifications and experience and ac-
companied by two testimonials, should
be addressed to the Chief Secretary,
Government Headquarters, Bay Street,
St. Micheal, Barbados, and should reach
him by the 22nd September, 1956.
ll1th September, 1956.
(A 15/50).















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49). 289


No. 394.
POST OF BUILDING INSPECTOR/
CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN, CENTRAL
HOUSING AND PLANNING AUTHORITY,
DOMINICA.



Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for appointment
to the post of Building Inspictor and
Construction Foreman, Central Housing
and Planning Authority, Dominica.
2. The post is non-pensionable and
the appointment will be on contract for
a period of three years under a Colo-
nial Development and Welfare Scheme.
Serving officers may be appointed on
secondment and should submit their
applications through the proper chan-
nel. The salary of the post is in the
scale of $2,040 x $120-$2,640 per
annum. The question of a general
revision of salaries is under active
consideration and the scale of the
salary may be revised in the light of
the report of the Salaries Revision Com-
missioner. No cost of living allowance
is payable.
3. The duties of the post may be
summarised as follows:-
(a) to inspect all house building
jobs, stage by stage, during
the course of construction.
(b) to ensure that the materials
and the construction conform
with the specifications and
the rules and regulations of
the Central Housing and
Planning Authority, scheme
by scheme;
(c) to work as construction fore-
man on housing, road, water
and sewerage projects under-
taken by Central Housing and
Planning Authority.


4. Free passages will be provided for
the officer, his wife and not more than
three children under the age of eighteen
years who are unmarried and are depen-
dent upon him, provided that they
accompany him or join him in the


experience should be submitted to the
Executive Officer and Secretary, Cen-
tral Housing and Planning Authority,
Goodwill, Dominica, not later than the
21st September, 1966. No more than
three recent testimonials need be for-
warded with the application.
llth Septemlb(r, 1956.



No. 9t,5.
POST OF CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN.
CENTRAL HOUSING & PLANNING
AUTHORITY. DOMINICA.

Applications are invited fiom suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Construction Foreman. Central
Housing & Pl1n a ing Authority,
Dominica.
2. The post is non-pensionable and
the appointment will be on contract for
a period of three years under a Colonial
Development and Welfare Scheme.
Serving officers may be appointed on
secondment and should submit their
applications through !he proper channel,
The salary of the post is in the scale
$1680x$120-$2040 per annum. The
question of a general revision of sala-
ries is under active consideration and
the scale of salary -may be revised in
the light of report of the Salaries Revi-
sion Commissioner. No cost of living
allowance is payable.
3. The duties of the post include
work as construction foreman on housing,
road, water and sewer age projects under-
taken by the Central Housing & Planning
Authority.
4. Free passages will be provided for
the officer, his wife and not more than
i three children under the age of eighteen
Years who are un miirri d and are depend-
ent upon him, p o\ ilded that they join
him in the Colony wit lin twelve months
of his appointment. A free passage or
passages back to the place of recruitment
will lie provide d on completion of the
contract.
5. Quarters aie nt provided.


Colony within twelve months of his 6. L-ave will be granted on satis-
appointment. A free passage or p:s- factory complhtioi ofi the contract on
sages back to the place of recruitment the basis of one week for every complet-
will be provided on completion of the ed period of three miinths service.
contract. 7. Applications ft'ting full name,
5. Quarters are not provided. age, eilucation;l quniifications and ex-
6. Leave will be granted on satis- perience should le sul mitt ed to the Exe-
factory completion of the contract on cutive Officer and Scretary, Central
the basis of one week for every com- Housing & Planning Authority, Good-
pleted period of three months service. 1 will, Dominica, not Inter than the 21st
I September, 1956.
7. Applications stating full name,er, 1956.
age, educational qualifications and 11th S ptlilmber. i1956.


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290 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 18 'SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49)
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No. 403.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Hononrable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordinance of this (Go)vernnent:-
No. 25 of 1956.-An Ordinance to
amend the Arrowroot Ordinance,
1954.
18th September, 1956.
(C. 50/1949.)

No. 404.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Report of the D)irector of Audit
with the Abstract of the Accounts of
British Caribbean COrrency Board for
the year 1955 is published with this
issue of the Gazette.
18th September, 1956.
(F. 22/1950 (A.)

No. 405.
The award of the Tribunal appointed
to enquire into a dispute concerning
wages and conditions of employment
between the Management and the em-
ployees of the St. Vincent Hydro-
Electric Service is published with this
issue of the Gazette.
By Command.

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Goverrnieut Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
18th September, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT.
CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING
AUTHORITY.

RESOLUTION givini.j notice of a deci-
sion to pre/;are a Housing Scheme on a
portion of the Grand Sable Estate situa-
ted in the Parish of Charlotte and to
declare t1e area a Housing Area.

SECTION 14 OF THE SLUM CLEARANCE
ANI" HOUSING ORDINANCE NO. 1
OF 1946.

The following Resolution which was
passed at a meeting of the Central Hous-
ing and Planning Authority held on the


28th August, 1956. is published for
general information.
RESOLUTION.
BE IT RICSOLVED AND IT IS HEREBY
RESOLVED that the Central Housing and
Planning Authority have this 28th day
of August, 1956, decided to prepare a
scheme under the provision of Section
14 of the Slum Clearance and Housing
Ordinance, No. 1 of 1946 for:-
All that parcel of land lying in the
Parish of Charlotte and being a portion
of the Grand S:ble Estate measuring
more or less 5 acres and bounded on the
north by a public road, on the west by
thv Windward Highway, on the east by
an Estate road tind on the south by lands
of the Grand Sable Estate. A plan of
the portion of land bearing Survey
Order No. C 78 can be seen at the office
of the Crown Sfirveyor and at the Office
of the Central Housing and Planning
Authority.

B. R, NEEHALL,
Executive Officer & Secretary
Central Housing and Planning
Authority.



PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE.

The public are hereby remiiidcd of
Section 31 (d) and (e) of the Water Dis-
tribution Ordimnnce No. 17 of 1955
which r(ads as follows:--
(d) If any person causes or suffers
water suppliE d by a service to
be wasted, unless such waste is
due to a defective service and
the defect has been reported to
the Superintendent of Woills or
(e) Suffers any service to be out of
repairs, whereby water is wasted
without such fact having been
reported to the Snpeiintendent
of Works,
he and the occupier of the premises (if
he and the occupier are not the same
person) shli;ill be guilty of a continuing
offence in respect of each day or part of
a day during which the contravention
continues ard shall be liable on sum-
mary conviction to a fine of fifty dollars
in respect of the first day or part of a
day and to a fine of one dollar in re-
spect of each succeeding day or part of
a day.

R. G. SMITH,
Superintendent of Works.
18th September, 1956.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49.) 291


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HouSi TAX NOTICE

It is hereby notified that Land ani.
House Tax in respect of the current
year will be received without fine tit
the Treasury and District Oihces at
Georgetown, B rrouallie and Union
Island during tihe period 1st Novembr
to 31st December 1956 and at Colon;ric
Bridgetown, Mesopotamia, Layou and
Chateanbelair nn the dates listed here-
under :-
Oolonarie on Thursday ist, 8th, 15th
22nd and 29th November and
6th, 13th, 20th and 27th Decem-
ber.
Bridgqetown on Tuesday 4th, 11th.
18th, December.


I M(eupoLnmia on Friday 9th ani 23rd
I November and 71h, 21,-t iiind 28th
December.
Laiyou on Monday 12th and Thurs-
S day 15th and 22nd November and
on Monday 10th ind Thursday
20th and 27th Deceminer.
Chateaubelaii on Friday 9th, Tues-
(lay 13th and 23rd November;- nd
on Tuesday llth and Friday 14th
and 28th l)eeemler.

A. D. W. IOHNSON.
Accoun/ant General.

T'J'r'asiur) building,
Kingstown,
St Vincent.
14th September, 1946.


SMALL TOWN RATES.



Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned Houses appearing on the
Rate Roll of the Town of Calliaqua in the ownership or occupation of the persons
named hereunder have been levied upon by virtue of a Warrant issued under the
Local Government Ordinance No. 17 of 1951, and will be offered for sale on the
6th October 1956, at 1 o'clock p.m. at the Treasury, Kingstown.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Accountant General.
(A. 24/1951 V.)


Name of Owner


Situation of Property


Description of Property


Margaret Griffith
Miriam King
Rosamond Nelson


Casllia.ua
Calliaqua
Calliaqua


1 house
1 house
1 house


TREASURY NOTICE.



LAND A'ND HOUSE TAX DEPARTMENT.


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 29th September,
1956, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

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

Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown.
21st August, 1956.














292 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49).


Name of Owner or
Occupier


Situation of
Property


Description of
Property


Alexander, Ethel
Ambris, Alpha
Augustus, Gloviana
Bailey, Ida
Bascombe, Christiana
Bennett, Cecil
Bennett, Georgiana
Bennett, Herbert Hrs ......
Bowman, Westmore
Brown, Cardon
Brown, Charles
Brown, Charles A.
Brown, Dosia and Joyce ......
Brown, Hilton
Brown, Lester
Cain, Rebecca -
Charles, David
Daniel, Walter, Sr.
DaSilva, Benedict
Frederick, Sarah
Grant, Arthur
Griffith, Emily
Guy, James A.
Hackshaw, Thomas
Hector, Edgar
Henry, Martin
Huggins, Richard E.
Jackson, Olive
John, Walton
Joseph, Verdon

Lewis, Ezekiel
Lewis, Florence
MacKenniss, James
MacMillan, Anna
McDonald, Martha
Ollivierre, Agatha
Ollivierre, Maggie
Parsons, Anna Lee
Parsons, E. M., Hrs.
Parsons, Errol
Parsons, Philian
Parsons, Wilfred
Payne, Mabel
Peer, Samuel
Peters, Edith
Primus, Dorothy
Quashie, Miriam
Richards, Arthur
Samuel, Norman
Saunders, Christiana
Shearman, Felix
Simon, Augustus
Simmons, Robertha
Stephensen, Lightburn ......
Thomas, John, Hrs.
Thomas, May
Thompson, Joseph
Warren, Bobby
Williams, Abraham
Williams, Ida
Williams, Minelva
Wynne, Samuel


Richland Park
Frecland
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Mt. Pleasant
Freeland
Carriere
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Carriere
Dumbarton
Mesopotamia
Hopewell
Hopewell
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Hopewell
Cane End
Mt. Pleasant
Richland Park
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Glenside
Richland Park

Hopewell
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Freeland
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Carriere
Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Mt. Pleasant
Freeland
Richland Park
Richland Park
Richland Park
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mt. Pleasant
Cane End
Richland Park
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Richland Park
Montique
Richland Park
Richland Park
Adelphi
Farm
Richland Park
Mt. Pleasant


1 House spot
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
1 Dwelling House
32 poles
2 roods
2 acs. 2rds.
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 acre
4 acres, 3rds.
2 rds., 32 poles
1 acre, 2 rds.
1 House spot
1 House spot
4 acres, 2 rds.
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
1 Dwelling house and
1 spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 acre
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
1 Dwelling House
16 poles
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
1 House spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
32 poles
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 House spot
2 acs., 2rds.
1 rd.
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49). 293


SAINT VINCENT. SAINT VINCENT.
By Authority of the Registration of United BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE
Kingdom Patents Ordinance (Chapter 156 LAND AND HOUSE TAX
of the revised Laws of Saint Vincent, ORDINANCE,
1956). CHAPTER 194 (REVISED EDITION).

(Gazetted-1956). The Magistrates of the First, Second
S. and Third Districts will hold Special
NOTICE is hereby given that an appli- Sessions for the purpose of hearing
cation was on the 10th day of Septerm- objections to and appeals from the as-
ber, 1956, made by the Pfizer Corpora- sessments made by the Tax Officers of
tion, a-Corporation organized under St. George's Parish, District 1; Charlotte
the Laws of the Republic of Panama, of Parish, District 2; St. Andrew's Parish,
Avenida Central 14,132 Colon, Re)ublic District 3; St. Patrick's Parish, District
of Panama, for a patent in respect of an I; St. David's Parish, District 5: and the
invention relating to "a new Antibiotic Grenadines. District 6; as relate to
Tetracycline--and Salts thereof" property in the First. Second and Third
Any person may at any time within Magisterial Districts.
two months from the date of publication The Sessions will be held at the fol-
of this notice in the Gazette, give notice lewing places at 10 o'clock in the
to the Registrar of opposition to the forenoon :-
issue of a certificate of registration upon District 1, at the Police Station at
any of the grounds prescribed by section Calliaqua on Tuesday, the llth
27 of the Patents Ordinance (Cap 155) day of September, 1956; and at
for opposition to the grant of Letters the Court House, Kingstown on
Patent. Tuesday the 11th day of Septem-
C. E. A. RAWLE, her, 1956.
Registrar of Patents. District 2, at the Police Station at
Patent Office, Georgetown on Friday the 21st
Saint Vincent, day of September, 1956.
10th Se,,temiber, 1956. District 3, at the Police Station at
Layou on Thursday, the 20th day
of September, 1956.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF District 4, at the-Police Station at
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND ltirrouallie on Monday the 10th
LEEWARD ISLANDS day of September, 1956.
A.D. 1956 District 5, at the Police Station at
Chateaubelair on Monday the
Suit N o. 12. 24th (lay of September, 1956.
District 6. at the Police Station, a
Between Port Elizabeth, Bequia on Thurs-
(lay the 6th day of September,
CARLISLE ANDERSON Plaintiff 1956; and at the Court House,
and Clifton, Union Island on Tuesday
the 25th day of September, 1956.
EDMUND WILLIAMS Dejendant Notice of intention to object to any
NOTICE is hereby given that on Sat- assessment innst be gi v n not later than
tEof Sepember, 1956, ten days before the lay fixed for the
urday the 2,)h dlay of September, 1956,holding of the Session at which the
between the( ho rs of 12 o'clock noon oljctin o be heard.
and 3.00 p.m. there will be put up for is toe eard.
sale at the Court House in Kingstown E. F. GLASGOW.
the right title iand interest of Edmund Magistrate.
Williams the above-named defendant in MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
and to his on.-t third share of the under- KINGSTOWN.
mentioned goods and chattels levied 11th August. 1956.
upon by virlivc of a writ of seizure and NOTICE TO MARINERS.
sale issnied in t he above suit :-
One I ,, si.l's boarded, roof coy- BASSETERRE HARBOUR.
.cod \\,th -alvanise, situ'tied at
Kiln ,wn till. Port Lights at Basseterre, St. Kitts,
Dated thbi- b'; 'lay of September, B.W.I. restored to original efficiency.
19-56. A. L. WILLIAMS,
('. E. A. RAWLE. At lin/ Port Officer
I ,/.1:,r ~~upreme Court. I ,yt. Vincent.














294 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956-(No. 49).


NOTICE.

? UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948,

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly
Licensing Sessions will be held in theundern:entionel Poinishes for the purpose
of hearing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor Licences
Ordinance, 1948 at thie time and places hereunder.


Parish.
St. George & St. Andrew


Charlotte


St. Patrick


Time and Place of Session.
... At the Court House, Kingstown, on
Thursday the 20th day of September,
1956, at 10 a.m.
... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
]Friday the 14th day of September, 1966,
at 10 a.m.
... At the Court House, Barronallie on Mon-
day the 10th day of September, 1956,
at 10 a.m.


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

N. A. BERRIDGE,
Magistrate.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERI'IFICATES
AND TRANSFERS.


St. George &
St. Andrew ...













Charlctte


Parish. N mes of Applicants. Occupation.


Blue Lagoon Guest
House
James William
Webb)
James McLean
James Dickson
United TradersLtd.


Residence.


Proprietors Ratho Mill

Shopkeeper! Edinboro
,, I Stubbs


Situation of
Premises.


Ratho Mill

Edinboro
Stubbs


,, ,, do.
Merchants Kingslown Lot 109 Middle


Everard M. EI wards Shopkeeper


Isabelle Morris


Fitz-Clarence Joslyn

Ridley Ryan
Harold Pilgrim
Victor H. John
Maurice Young


Ha yn es McDowall

Alb:n Periera

Felton Husbands
Pat ricia Williams


St. Patrick ... Victor Patrick


George Davis


,, Diamnond

,, Colonarie
,, Gorgetown
S Bridgetown
Peasant Caratal
Prop'r i Village
Shopke-per Park Hill
Village
South
Rivers
Park Hill
,. New
Prospect
Spring
Village
Spring
Village


St., Kingstown
Middle Street,
Kingstown
Lower Bay
Street, Kings-
town
Rivulet Road,
Diamond
C lotnarie
4eorgetown
New Prospect
Ca'ntal Village

Park Hill

South Rivers

South Rivers
New Prospect

Spring Village

Spring Village


MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN.
25th August, 1956.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49). 295


POLICE NOTICES. Persons not attaining at least 7th
; standargl in primary school need not
The following articles were picked up apple. S.A. ANDERSON, Lt. Col.
at the Peace Memorial Hall on 2nd Chief of Police.
June, 1956 and are now at Central 13th September, 1956.
Police Station where they inay be 24/1951.)
claimed by the owners:- (A. 4/1951.)
One (1*) gold plated bangle
Three (3) odd earnings. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Col., PLANT PESTS AND DISEASES PROTECTION
Chief of Police. SERVICE.

Office of Ciiief of Police, Owing to innumerable requests for
Police Headquairt rs. advice on and assistance with pest prob-
K i1stoUw1. lems from farmers large and small,
*0th a gust, f1 flower gardeners, vegetable growers and
"30th 1'g'ulst, .195.6. others throughout the island, this De-
partment will put the services of the
Plant Protection Officer Mr. E. G. Horne
SAINT VINCENT at the public's disposal subject to the
POLICE FORCE. following conditions:-
1. Requests for assistance may be
-delivered either verbally or in
writing to the Plant Protection
Wanted-Recruits! Officer, Department of Agriculture.
.. 2. Those requesting assistance must
give their names, addresses and as
JOI1N THE ST. VINCENT POLICE accurately as they can a descrip-
FORCE NOW! tion of the particular pest or pests
bothering them, the crop or crop
products that are attacked, the
What has the St. Vincent Police Force type of damage done and the ex-
to offer? tent of the infestation i.e. for
To suitable men of good physique, arable crops, herbs, shrubs, and
education and unblemished character it lawns, an estimate of the area af-
offers a career which will provide a per- fected would be helpful; or wth
manent occupation of variety and tree crops e.g. citrus, pears, etc. the
interest. What is more, it gives com- number of trees affected. A
radeship and security, and the way to specimen of the insects doing the
the top positions is open to all. damage along with a portion of
the damaged plant and/or plant
QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT. product will be of great assistance
Health Good. in pin-pointing the trouble.
Age 19 to 30 years. 3. Those requesting assistance will
Height At least 5' 8". have to stand the cost of the ne-
Chest At least 34" (deflated). cessary insecticides. They will
Eye-sight Good. also have to pay for the labour em-
Teeth Good. played to do the job under the guid-
Educational Must have attained at ance of the P.P. Officer or they can
least the 7th standard provide the required labour.
in a primary school. 4. Where distances of over 2 miles
Good local knowledge. have got to be covered, a minimum
Good general knowledge. charge of 120 per mile will be made.
Be able to read and
speak fluently. 5. No charge will be made for the
Be able to write good equipment used in the case of
English composition, manually operated sprayers and
Applicants must be recommended by dusters. Where motor-driven ma-
at least two prominent and respectable chines are employed, the cost of
citizens. the fuel will have to be paid also.
Secondary education is an asset, also Note: Motor-driven machines will
previous service in any of H.M. Forces. not be used for small-scale jobs.
Salary commences at $624 per annum Whenever they can be used, costs
(Allowances paid after six months), will be low as they are very econo-
If you are desirous of enlisting in the mical on fuel
St. Vincent Police Force call in at Police 6. Only persons having infrequent
Headquarters EARLY for an enlistment need of sprayers and operating on
Frm a relatively small scale will be


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296 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1956.-(No. 49).


loaned equipment as at (5). Any-
one operating on a fair scale and
who has constant need of such
equipment will be expected to
provide their own machines.
7. Owners of store-rooms, cotton-
houses, and all such buildings as
are used for the storage of agri-
cultural produce feeding stuffs, etc.
are advised to take note of this
notice. They too can derive much
benefit from occasional disinfesta-
tion.
'N.B. It is hoped that good use will
be made of this service. The amounts
of insecticides needed are not large and
hence costs are not likely to be high per
unit area.
The science of crop protection has
made great strides in recent years, but
if we are to derive maximum benefit
from the very effective insecticides
available we must apply them correctly.
This assumes a knowledge of their pro-
perties and the particular pests they are
effective against. It also entails the use
of the right equipment which makes
for efficiency and speedy execution of
the job. Further most of these insecti-
cides are deadly poiso )u.,. In skilled
hands and at the dilutions used they
are relatively safe, but in unskilled un-
enlightened hands, they can be quite
dangerous. For these reasons therefore
we heartily recommend to you this ser-
vice so that you may at last be able to
successfully combat your foes in the
garden.
The Plant Protection Officer has got
to give Cotton Pests Control priority
over all other crop pests. This, along
with the fact that many of your prob-
lems are relatively small and hence can
only keep him busy for a very short
while will necessitate his pooling re-
quests and dealing with several in a
day. This will naturally entail some de-
lay, but we earnestly solicit your pa-
tience and you must remember too that
what you pay is but a small portion of
the true cost of such a service.

J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


NOTICE

KINGSTOWN BOARD.

A competitive examination for the
awari l of Scholai ships for boys and girls
tenable at the Grammnai School and the
Girls' High School will be held at the
Richmond Hill Government School on
Friday, 5ti October, 1956, commencing
at 9.00 a.m.
2. Qualifications for 'Scholarship:
Each candidate for a Scholarship must
be a pupil of a private or public school
in the Colony, must have been resident
in the Town of Kingstown or within
halt a mile of the boundaries thereof
during the three years proceeding the
date of hiis or her selection for the
Scholarship, and mus' pioduec a s;:is-
factory certificate of good behaviour be-
fore being permiti d to enter for the
Scholarship.
3. Age of t candidate : E;ch Candli-
date must have beon less than twelve
years of a:e on 31st Jouly, 1956. Age
must be proved by a birth or bapti.'-nal
certlficat'e or otliel ]I'l( r Iand 1 atis-
factory evidence of his o:- hi r age.
4. tenure of S'oholar ships: The said
Scholarshi p slh:.ll e te1 all]e !or :i p e riod
of five ypars.
5. Requirements as lo mar/cks: No
candidate will be awarded a scholarship
who does not obtain ;it least one-il ird
of the in:mximum numbl)er of niarls in
each subject and ;t least one-halii of the
total marks in the examination.
5. Applic:ations accompanied by pro-
per proof of age must reach the Town
Hall, Panl's Lot, not later than 11.30 a.nm.
on Wednesday, 26th S-pteinber, 1956.

V. G. DaSILVA,
Warden,

Office of the Kingstown Board,
KINGSTOWN,
14th September, 1956.
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AWARD OF THE TRIBUNAL APPOINTED UNDER SECTION 10 (4) OF THE
PUBLIC UTILITY UNDERTAKINGS ORDINANCE, 1955, TO ENQUIRE INTO
A DISPUTE CONCERNING WAGES AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
BETWEEN THE MANAGEMENT AND THE EMPLOYEES OF THE
ST. VINCENT HYDRO-ELECTRIC SERVICES.


Your Honour,
In accordance with the Notice published in the St. Vincent Government
Gazette of 7th August, 1956, we were appointed as a Tribunal under Section 10 (4)
of the Public Utility Undcrtakings and Public Health Service Arbitration Ordin-
ance, 1952, to undertake on enquiry into a dispute concerning wages and condi-
tions of employment tetveen the Management and the Employees of the St.
Vincent Hydro-Electric Cervices.

2. Thirty-six of the employees addressed a communication to us requesting
that the Hon. E. T. Joshua should be allowed to represent their case before the
Tribunal. This was allowed and a subsequent request by the Management for
the Hon. E. A. C. Hughes to represent their case was also allowed. In addition
five workers and the Manager Mr. E. Hargreaves .gave evidence before the Tri-
bunal. The Parties were heard at the appointed place on 13th, 20th and 27th
August and on 3rd September, 1956.

3. The claims made on behalf of the employees by the Hon. E. T. Joshua
were under the following six heads:
(i) "An overall increase of all grade of workers at 30% (thirty per cent)
"increase on the present rates of wages which are abnormally small.
(ii) "Insurance against accidents to be paid to the worker, instead of the
"present system of compensation adopted.
(i-i) "That workers breaking off from work should be determined when the
"truck arrives to the capital with the men and checked out there. That
"the system of cessation of each day's work should be revised.
(iv) "Double pay for Sundays and Public holidays.
(v) "That the dismissal of workers be not done arbitrary but by a system
"of satisfaction to the worker himself, that an offence was committed
"and a system adopted by which the worker could exculpate himself.
(vi) "That overtime when it is given should be calculated on the basis of
"time and a half."

AWARDS.
4. The Tribunal gave careful consideration to the statements and submis-
sions made on behalf of the Parties and make the following awards, Mr. J. Shil-
ingford dissenting.

1. Electricians, Linesmen, Assistant Electricians, Assistant Linesmen,
Ice Harvesters, Labourers and other hourly paid employees of the St. Vincent
Hydro-Electric Service who were in receipt of wages at the daily rates shown
in Column A of the table below on 18th June, 1956, shall be paid at the
rates shown in Coltumn B of the table with effect from 19th June, 1956.








2. Any such employee paid on 18th June, 1956, at a rate interme-:iate
between any two consecutive rates shown in Column A of the table shall
be paid at that rate plus an amount equal to the difference between the
rate i.ext above it in Column A and the corresponding rate in Column B.
For example, if an employee on 18th June 1953 was paid at the rate of $1.56
per day, his new rate would be $1.56 plus the difference between $1.44 and
$-1.3 as from 19th June, 1956.

II. The working time of all employees who are transported from Head-
quaa'ters in Kingstown for work in the field, shall be calculated from the
time of leaving Headquarters to the time of arrival back at Headquarters,
proAided that overtime rates shall not be payable in respect of time spent
in transit unless the employee concerned is actually performing duties
during the time of transit. This award will become effective from 18th
September, 1956.

TABLE.
Daily rates of pay in dollars and cents.
A. 3.
Rates in force on 13. 0. 53. Rates awarded from 19. 6. 55.
1.20 1.53 Industrial Work-
ers Regulation
Order of 19th
June, 1953.
1.23 1.53
1.44 1.68
1.60 1.80
1.84 2.09
2.08 2.29
2.24 2.32
2.48 2.52

2.50 and upwards, no change.

W. LESLIE WEBB.
(Chairman.)
V. D. ARCHER.
EB. DUNCAN.
J. SHILLINGFORD.
GORDON THOMAS.

J. B. CCX.
(Secretary.)
Kingstown.
13th September, 1956.
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Supplement: Award of the tribunal
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concerning wages and conditions of
employment between the management
and the employees of the S. Vincent
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