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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VoL. 89.] SAINT VINCENT TITISDAY. 2 OCTOBER. 1.56.


[No. 52.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 416.
ARRIVAL OF (OVi-RNOR.
His Excellency, Mr. COLVILLE MONTGOMERY DEVERELL, C.M.G., C.V.O.,
O.B.E., Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Windward Islands, accompanied
by Mrs. Deverell, arrived in the Colony by the Grumman Goose, to-day at 1.20 p.m.
His Excellency is expected to remain in the Colony for approximately one
month.
2nd October, 1956.
(A. 62/1955.) -
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




17th July, 1956.
tW. 25/1949).


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) Ohurch 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) Churh Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.


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308 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 2 OCTOBER, 1956.-(No. 52).


No. 417.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

It is notified for general information, that there will be a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chamber, Kingstown on Thursday 4th October,
1956. at 10.00 a.n.
The Order of the Day of this meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A Cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
2nd October, 1956.
(A. 1/1949 II.)

No. 418.
IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946.
(No. 22 of 1946).

AND

IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Governor-in-Council of a certain
parcel of land at Richmond Hill in the Parish of St. George for a public
purpose.


DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.

(FIRST PUBLICATION.)

WHEREAS it is enacidd by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance (No. 22
of 1946) that if the Governor-in-Council considers that any land should be
acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect to be
made:
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor-in-Conncil that the under-
mentioned parcel of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit, the
provision of a right of way to Lot 17 of the Richmond Hill Reserve Allotments;
Now IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by .His Excellency the Governor acting by and
with the advice and consent of the Executive Council of the Colony of St. Vincent
that upon the 2nd Publication of this Notice in the Gazette all that parcel of
land at Richmond Hill in the Parish of Saint George belonging to James Trent,
containing 339 sq. ft. and bounded on the 'North by Lot 17 belonging to Dorcas
Edwards, on the South by the Public Road, on the East by Lot 16 belonging to
James Trent and on the West by Lot 18 belonging to Belle Craigg, shall vest
absolutely in the Crown;
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan bearing
the number St. George 2 Folio 114 has been prepared by Mr. E. Stinson Campbell,
licensed Land SurTveyor, and can be inspected at all reasonable hours at the
Survey Office in the town of -Kingstown in the said Colony.
2nd October, 1956.
(P. 43/1947.A


No. 419.
ST. VINw;ENT'CENI'RAL ARROWROOT FACTORY.

ADVICE TO GROWERS-1956/57.

1. The Central Arrowroot Factory at Belle Vue will start buying roots from
Growers during November.
2. It is hoped that roots sold to the Factory will contain not less tQan 16% .
extractable. starch; this is a comparatively low standard as any arrowroot
dug at its proper stage of maturity yields at least 16% starch.
3. Roots will be weighed and bought at the Factory at the prices shown below.
Full payment for roots will be made every second Thursday for roots pur-
chased during the previous fortnight. A receipt must be obtained from the
Office showing the weight of roots and percentage of starch they contain.















SA INT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 2 OCTOBER, 1956.-(No. 52). 3(


4. Prices will be as follows:-
Roots yielding 18% and over


,, 17%
16%
,, 15%
,, 14%
,, 13%
,, 12%
,, 11%
10%


,, up to but not including 18%
. . . 17%
. ,, ,, 16%
. . . 15%
. . . .. 14%
,, . .. ,. 13%
, . .. ,. .. 12%
. . . 11%


$1.80
1.70
1.00
1.50
1.40
1.30
1.20
1.10
1.00


5. Not less than 1,000 pounds of roots will be accepted at the Factory from any
grower for any one delivery.
6. The Factory reserves the right to make a reduction in the effective weight
of any roots that are old and decaying, or that have an excessive amount of
mud, earth, stones, sticks, or any foreign matter.
'7. All Growers who intend to sell roots to the Central Factory and who have
given their names to the Manager, Mr. R. CONNELL, are asked to keep in
touch with him and he will arrange with them when roots are to be dug
and delivered. This is essential for the efficient running of the Factory.;
there can be no guarantee that roots will be accepted from any Grower
who has not communicated with the Manager or who does not deliver at
the time arranged.
8. The Factory reserves the right in case of mechanical breakdown or other
unavoidable cause to give notice to stop deliveries where necessary. Every
effort will be made to give such notice in good time and to re-start at the
earliest opportunity, but the Factory cannot accept responsibility for loss
or damage in such cases.
9. The Central Factory is not a profit .making concern. The loan from which
it was built has to be repaid; but after interest and principal have been fully
repaid and a proper amount allowed for the efficient running and mainten-
ance of the Factory, any excess funds will be distributed at some future date
to Growers in accordance with their deliveries. Such excesses are not likely
to arise until after the first three or four years of operation.
2nd October, 1956.


No. 420.
OBITUARY.

The Administrator has learnt will
deep regret of tho death h of Mi. T. B.
GOMISsIONG, 0.13.E.. Aide-de-Canmp ad
Private Secretaryv io His Excellency(
the Governor, w .ic(h occurred on the
24th Septemb(r, 1 956.
Mr. CoMI1ssIONn was Assistanit Ad-
ministrator, Greniada. prior to his re-
tirement in April, 1953.
2nd Oc'.ohor, 1956.
(A 911942).



No. 421.
ESrABLISHMENT OF BRITISH
CARIBBEAN FEDERATION OFFICES.

It is notifi -d for general information
that te:mp-rary offic!,s of the British
Caribbean Federati-on. will open at Bay
OGardens, Bridgetown, Barbados, on 2nd
October.
2nd October, 195;G.


No. 422.
VACATION LEAVE.



IMr. H. M. CHWHSTOPHER, Assistant
Secretary (Admi,,istrative) Windward
IslaiMlsh:sh be e grainte~L t wo (2) maenths'
vicition le:iv" with effect from 24th
September. 1956.

2nd October. 1966.
(A. 29/1948).


No. 423.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.



Consequent on ith srant of two (2)
months' vacatA4( lh:ive to( Mr. H. M.
CHRISTOPHER, MISS FLORHNCE RAPIBR
Class I Clerk, Governor's Office, has
beeti appointed to act as Assist ,li S(ci e-
lary (Administi ati ve) Winiward Island-s,
with effect from 24th September, 1956.

2nd October, 1956.
(A. 2911948)














310 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 OCTOBER. 1956.-(No. 52.)


No. 424.
ANNOUNCEMENT.

MEETING OF STANDING FEDERATION
COMMITTEE.

At their recent meeting in Barbados
the Standing Federation Committee de-
cided to meet again in the second half
of January next. No decision was taken
about place for this meeting, but it was
thought that this ought not to be one
of the three territories which the Fact-
Finding Commission would recommend
as suitable for the site for the Federal
Capital. For practical reasons, however,
it has not been possible to take this fac-
tor into account. If suitable hotel ac-
commodation was to be obtained during
the tourist season for large numbierof
Members, Observers and Officials who
will attend the Meeting, it was necessary
to make arrangements well ahead of
publication, and indeed completion of
Commission Meeting. A choice had
therefore to be made between territories
able to provide hotel accommodation on
a large scale without detriment to the
normal tourist arrangements, and as
major conferences on Federation have
been held in Trinidad and Barbados
within the last two years, it has been
decided that the next meeting of the
Standing Federation Committee should
be held in Jamaica. This will open on
Tuesday, 22nd January.
2nd October, 1956.
(C. 12/1956).

No. 425,
SUPPLE-MENT TO GAZETTE.

The Balance Sheet for the St. Vincent
Co-operative Bank Ltd., for the year
1954-55 is published with this.issue of
the Gazette.

By Command,

0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
Acting Governnieut Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
2nd October, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

PUBLIC WORKS NOTICES.

FOR SALE


ment. Offers should be made in writing
to the Superintendent of Works not later
than 15th October, 1956.
The vehicles may be inspected at
Arnos Vale on any working day between
the hours of 8,30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
except on Saturdays.,
R. G. SMITH
Superintendent of Works.
27th September, 1956.

Offers are invited for the purchase of
61 pieces of Old Water Tubing of
various sizes niiw lying at the P.W.D.
Store Room at Arnos Vale.
The Piping maiy be inspected .at the
Public Works yard at Arnos Vale on
any day between the hours of 7 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Offers in writing must reach the
Superintendent of Works not later than
Wednesday 10th October, 1966.
R. G. SMITH,
Superintendent oJ Works.
2nd October. 1956.

The public are hereby reminded of
Section 31 (d) and (e) of the Water Dis-
tribution Ordinance No. 17 of 1955
which reads as follows:-
(d) If any person causes or suffers
water supplied by a sei vice to
be wasted, unless such waste is
due to a defective service and
the defect has been reported to
the Superintendent of Works or
(e) Suffers any service to be out of
repairs, whereby water is wasted
without such fact having been
reported to the Superintendent
of Works,
he and the occupier of the premises (if
he and the occupier Are not the same
person) shall be guilty of a continuing
offence in respect of each day or part of
a day during which the contravention
continues and shall be liable on sum-
mary conviction to a fine of fifty dollarss
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.


NOTICE.

TROUMACA VILLAGE COUNCIL-
BY-ELECTION.


Four Ford Trucks, T. 61, 181, 217 and Notice is e given that i ccr-
225 and one Standard Pickup T. 510 daice with Section 16 (b) of the local
owned by the Public Works Depart- government Ordinance No. 17 of 1951














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 OCTOBER, 1l)56.-(N3. 52). 311


as amended by Oriin ice No. 38 of
1954. tlie seat of Mr. Archibald Robert-
son has become vacant, lie having been
absent from more than three consecu-
tive meetings of the Council without
leave of the Council. Consequently,
the Cl.erk will 1), in attendance, at the
Office, of the Village Council, Tronimaca,
on Thursiliay 4th October, 19534 lhetween
the hours of 10.00 a.m. and 2 p.m. for
the purpose of receiving nominations
to fill th vacancy.
Should a Poll be required, it will be
taken at tie office of thle Villa-ee Council
on Thursday 11th O-tober, 19.5; from.
9.00 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1.00 p.m.
to 5.30 p.m.
MORE JACK.
(lerk and Returning Oficer
21it September, 1956.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT NOTICES.

LAND AND HousE TAX NOTICE

It is herelby notified that Land and
House Tax in respect of the current
year will be received without fine at
the Treasury and District Ollices at
Georgetown, B:Lrrouallie andI Union
Island during the period 1st November
to 31st December 1956 and at Colona;rie
Bridgetown, Mesopotamia, Layou and
Chateanbelair on the dates listed hlere-
under :-
Colonarie on Thursday 1st, 8th, 15th
22nd and 29th November and
6th. 13th, 20th and 27th Decenm-
ber.
Bridqetown on Tuesday 4th, 11th,
18th, December.
jMesopotanmia on Friday 9th and 23rd
November and 7th, 21st and 28th
December.
Layou on Monday 12th and Thurs-
dav 15th and 22nd November and
on Monday 10th and Thursday
20th andl 27th December.
Ch!ateaubelajir on Friday 9th, Toes-
day 13th anl Friday 23rd Nov-
ember and on Tuesday 11th and
Friday 14th and 28th December.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Accountant General.


Treasury Building.
Kingst own.
St. Vincent.


Department Workshop. Ainos Vale, on
any working day, except Saturdays,
between ihe hI u i s of 8.30 a.mi. and 4.00

Offers shotili li) n1id(le in writing to
the Aceonntalt Genern], Tr.:, 'ny Di-
ptirtnleii;, not later titan Satuiid ? 14th
October, 1956.

A. D. W. JOHNSON
Accountant Generul.
27th Stei) mhl.r, 1956.


SAINT VINCENT.
By Authority of the Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Ordinance (Chapter 156
of the revised Laws of Saint Vincent,
1956).

(Gazetted-1956).

NorTIC is hereby given that an :ppli-
cation was on tlhe 10th niay of Septem-
ber, 1956, made by the Pfizer Corpora-
tion., a-Corporation organised under
the Laws of the Republic of Panama, of
Avenida Central 14,132 Colon. Re1 public
of Panama, for n p(niit in res] ect of anl
invention relatin.e, to "a iew Antil:iotic
Tetracyclinii--and Salts iheref".'
Any person may at any time within
two months from the (late of publication
of this notice in ithe Gazette, give notice
to tlie 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 ,rant of Letters
Patent.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Registrar if Patents.
Patent Office,
Saint Vincei.t,
10th September, 1956.


POLICE NOTICE.

SAINT VINCENT
POLICE FORCE.

Wanted-Recruits! !

JOIN THE ST. VINCENT POLICE
FORCE NOW!


14th September, 1956.
What has the St. Vincent Police Force
to offer?
Offers are invited for the purchase of To suitable men of good physique,
one (1) 5 h.p. Ariel Motor Cycle which education aad unblemished character it
may be inspected at the Public Works offers a career which will provide a per-















312 SAINT VINUEN I', TUESDAY


manent occupation of variety and
interest. What is more, it gives com-
radeship and security, and the way to
the top positions is open to all.
QUALIFICAtIONS FOR APPOINTMElN.
Health Good.
Age 19 to 30 years.
Height At least 5' 8".
Chest At least 34" (deflated).
Eye-sight Good.
Teeth Good.
Educational Must have attained at
least the 6th Standard
and passed the exam-
ination in a primary
school.
Good local knowledge.
Good general knowledge.
Be able to read and
speak fluently.
Be able to write good
English composition.
Applicants must be recommended by
at least two prominent and respectable
citizens.
Secondary education is an asset, also
previous service in any of H.M. Forces.
Salary commences at $624 per annum
(Allowances paid after six months).
If you are desirous of enlisting in the
St. Vincent Police Force call in at Police
Headquarters EARLY for an enlistment
form.
Persons not attaining at least 6th
Standard and passed the examination
in primary school need not apply.

S. A. ANDERSON, Lt. Col.
Chief of Police.
13th September, 1956.
(A. 24/1951.)


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

PLANT PESTS AND DISEASES PROTECTION
SERVICE.

Owing to innumerable requests for
advice on and assistance with pest prob-
lems from farmers large and small,
flower gardeners, vegetable growers and
others throughout the island, this De-
partment will put the services of the
Plant Protection Officer Mr. E. G. Horne
at the public's disposal subject to the
following conditions:-


tent of the infestation i.e. for
arable crops, herbs, shrubs, and
lawns, an estimate of the area af-
fected would be helpful; or with
tree crops e.g. citr-us, pears, etc. the
number of trees affected. A
specimen of the insects doing the
damage along with a portion of
the damaged plant and/or plant
product will be of great assistance
in pin-pointing the trouble.
3. Those requesting assistance will
have to stand the cost of the ne-
cessary insecticides. They will
also have to pay for the labour em-
ployed to do the job under the guid-
ance of the P.P. Officer or they can
provide the required labour.
4. Where distances oi over 2 miles
have got to be covered, a minimum
charge of 120 per mile will be made.
5. No charge will be made for the
equipment used in the case of
manually operated sprayers and
dusters. Where motor-driven ma-
chines are employed, the cost of
the fuel will have to be paid also.
Note: Motor-driven machines Will
not he used for small-scale jobs.
Whenever they can be used, costs
will be low as they are very econo-
mical on fuel.
6. Only persons having infrequent
need of sprayers and operating on
a relatively small scale will be
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 disintesta-
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
I 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
Requests for assistance may be available we must apply them correctly.
delivered either verbally or in This assumes a knowledge of their pro-
writing to the Plant Protection perties and the particular pests they are
Officer, Department of Agriculture. effective against. It also entails the use
Those requesting assistance must of the right equipment which makes
give their names, addresses and as for efficiency and speedy execution of
accurately as they can a descrip- the job. Further most of these insecti-
tion of the particular pest or pests cides are deadly poisonous. In skilled
bothering them, the crop or crop hands and at the dilutions used they
products that are attacked, the are relatively safe, but in unskilled un-
type of damage done and the ex- enlightened hands, they can be quite


2 0C'rOBt'.I. i'56 --(No. .52.















,SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 OCTOBER. 1956-(No. 52). 31


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.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned person s having b -coin e
defaulters under the Land and House Tax Ordinance, their propfries havin g
been levied upon will be offir, d for sale at 1 o'clock p.m. on Saturday 20th
October, 1956 at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recov j.v of taxes dne.


18th September, 1956.

Va,,e of Owner.

Browne, Jonathan Hrs.
Browne, M. B.
Cottle, Winifred
Crosby, Albert
Cruickshank, Alexander
Fraser, George L.
George, Gertrude
George, Matthias
Grant, EIton
Grant, Elton
Mayers, Albertina
Myers, Robert
Prescod, Clara
Slater, Agnes


Huggins, Thomas
Lewis, Amb4ozine firs.
McKenzie, Thomas
Robertson, George
Samuel, Marlin
Samuel, Remesis
WilliamS, Daniel


DISTRICT III.
Situation of
Property.
Caniden Park
Ross Castle
Questelles
Montrose
Camden Park
Montrose
Montrose
Lowiimans
Buccai ont
Buccainent
Ottley Hall
Montrose
Montrose
Vermont
DIsTRICT V.
Belmont
Troumaca
Coull's Hill
Rose Hall
Trouinaca
Rose Hall
Troumnaca


A. D. W JOHNSON,
Accountant General,

Description of
'Property.
1 spot
1 rd. 6 poles
1 house
1 spot
I house
1 SlOt
I sp)t
1 spot
1 jenny donkey
1 house
1 spot
1 house
I spot
I house


I house
I spot
1 spot
1 house
1 hons,'
1 house spot
spot


PURTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, !LT I=E COVERNMENI FRPITING c-FFIC:,
ILINWNW3, ST. VENC3UN
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Order of the Day










THE ST. VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE BANK, LTD.


BALANCE SHEET.


31ST JANUARY, 1956.


As~rs


AssTrs
Fixed Assets

Furniture and Fixtures

Cost to 31. 1. 55.
Additions during year


Less Depreciation W/O to date....


1955








$ 1,315.00



















197,912.86




$199,227.86


871.15
914.57

1,785.72
470.72






115,253.61
60,603.59
11,002.20
1,756.00

188,615.40

5,000.00

183,615.40
12,248. 83
1,728.76
319.84


$ 1,785.72
347.50

2,133.22
605.22






149,192.72
64,677.22
1,257.11
3,620.69

218,747.74

5,500.00

213,247.74
32,942.94
2,777.61
193.46
67.47


1956







$ 1,528.00



















249,232.22




$250,760.22


$ 21,090.88













178,133.98




$199,227.83


1955 LIABILITIES, CAPITAL

Capital and Reserves

Authorised Capital
$ 48,000.00 h 48,000 Shares of $]


6,218.00

14,500.00

372.88




176,371.54
216.00
300.00
10.80
24.62

176,922.96


539.02
675.00


AND RESERVES




1 each


Issued Capital
6,686 Shares of $1 each

General Reserve

Profit and Loss Appropriation A/c


Current Liabilities
Sundry Creditors:-
Savings Depositors
Bovell and Skeete
Bonus to Secretary
Unpaid Dividends
Suspense A/c



Provision for Income Tax, 1957 ......
Proposed Dividend at 10% (Net)......
Proposed Directors' Remuneration


$ 48,000.00



6,686.00

17,000.00

509.76




221,971.01
336.00
500.00
50.60


222,857.61

2,500.00
406.85
800 .00


0. C. FORDE,
Secretary-Manager.
We hereby certify that we have obtained all information aad explanations required and that in our opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up and exhibits a true and
correct view of the state of .he Company's affairs according to our information and the explanations given to us and as shown by the Books of the Company.

BOVELL & SKEETE,
ST. VINCENT,


per D. G. MURRAY,
Auditors.


Current Assets


Loans as valued by Directors:-
Mortgages, Equitable Charges,
Deposits. of Deeds etc.
Promissory Notes-Endorsed
Bills of Sale
Orders against Crops


Less Reserve for Bad and Doubt-
ful Accounts


Barclays Bank (D.C.O.)
Cash on Hand
Stock on Hand-Pass Books
Suspense Account ......


1956











$ 24;195.76














226,564.46





$250,760.22


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