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SA IN1


GOVERNMENT


ViNCENT


IT GAZETTE


VOL. 90.] SAINT VIN'.:,NT, TUESDAY, *23 APRIL 19.7.


GOVERNMENT ?OTIGES.

No. 181.
VACANT POSTS.

SHORTHAND WRITER, L.GIS1,A'I IVE
COUNCIL, GREADIA .

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to
the vacant post of Shorthand Writer,
Legislative Council, Grenada. The post,
which is that of an Administrative As-
sistant in the General Civil Service, is
pensionable. The successful candidate
will, however, be on probation for one
year in the first instance. On the satis-
factory conclusion of the probationary
appointment, the appointee will be con-
firmed. The appointee will be subject
to Colonial Regulations, General Orders,
Financial Rules and such other Orders
as may from time to time be in force.
2. The salary attached to the post is
in the scale $2,592 x $96-$2,880 together
with a pensionable pay addition of 20
per cent of salary. A point of entry in
the scale may be fixed in accordance
with the candidate's qualifications and
experience.
3. The duties of the Shorthand
Writer are as follows:-
(I) attending meetings of the Legis-
lative Council and recording the
proceedings accurately in short-
hand;
(ii) transcribing the notes taken and
making typewritten copies there
of;


(iii) undertaking any other duties
that may be assigned by the Ad-
ministrator.
4. Candidates should be in possession
of at least the Cambridge School Certi-
ficate or its equivalent, and must be
capable of writing accurate shorthand
at a speed of not less than 150 words per
minute and of typewriting at a speed of
not less than 60 words per minute. Pre-
vious experience in legislature and court
reporting will be an advantage.
5. Vacation leave is earned at the
rate of 45 days for each completed
year of resident service up to a maxi-
mum of 180 days, subject to the comple-
tion of a minimum tour of service of
two years.
0. A candidate, if selected from over-
seas, wvuld 1;e provided with passages
to Grenada for himself, his wife and
children (if any) not exceeding five
persons in all, provided they either ac-
company him to Grenada or join him
here within twelve months of his depar-
ture for the Colony: (children to be
under 18 years of age, unmarried and
dependent on the officer).
7. Applications should be in the can-
didate's own handwriting and should
state:-
(i) age;
(ii) school or schools or University
at which education and certifi-
cates or diplomas chtained;
(iii) nature of present and past em-
ployment with dates;
(iv) amount of monthly salary or
wages earned in the post in
which applicant was last em-
ployed;


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL, 1i. :.- c. X0).


(v) past experience in work of the 7 P.ascaes.
same or similar kind to that re- On first appointment free passages
quired for this poet; will be provided for the officer, his wife
(vi) certified copies of at least two and children, not exceeding five persons
testimonials should be for- 11 all. On leave free passages will be
warded. provided for the officer, his wife and two
S. ,, children. Children should be under 18


8. Applcat Uons s would be address to U
the Secretary of the Public Service Com-
mission, Government Office, to reach him
not later than 30th April, 1957.
9. Applicants already in the Public
Service must submit their applications
through the normal official channels.
16th April, 1957.


No. 182.
ANIMAL i U-SBANDRY OF'I(ER.
DEPARTMENTT' OF AGRICULTURE.
BRITTSH HONDURAk.

1. Appointment.
The appointment, which is non-pen-
sionable, will be for a period of 3 years,
including leave, in the first instance. It
will be subject to a satisfactory medical
examination as well as to. the Colonial
Regulations and to the General Orders
of British Honduras in force for the
time being.
2. Salary.
The salary scale is $3,120 x $120-
$3,240 x $150-$4,740 E.B. $4,920 x $180-
$5,460 with entry at a point determinedI
by any special qualifications and experi-
ence. The current rate of exchange of
the BH dollar is $4 equals 1 sterling.
Half salary will be paid from the date of
embarkation, and full salary from the
date of arrival in British Honduras.
3. Allowances.
Travelling and subsistence allowances
are payable at local rates for approved
travel on duty. Under the present Regu-
lations actual transport expenses are
paid and subsistence is at the rate of
$2.50 a day for the first 6 days and $2
thereafter.
4. Gratuity.
On satisfactory completion of the ap-
pointment the officer will be entitled to
a gratuity equal to 10% of the total
salary drawn during the period of en-
gagement.
5. Quarters.
A Government quarter will be pro-
vided at Central Farm the Headquarters
of the Agricultural Department. Rent is
charged at the rate of 71/2% of salary,
subject toc a maximum rate of $480 a
year. Heavy furniture is provided at a
rent of 6% a year of its total value.
6. Leave.
Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted at the rate of 5 days for each
completed month of resident service,
such leave to be taken on the satisfac-
tory completion of the period of engage-
ment.


years, unmarried and dependent on the
officer.
8. Medical Attendance.
YFree rnedical treatment at Government
Hospitals will be provided for the officer.
On admission to Hospital the mainten-
ance charge is at the rate of $2 a day.
9. Income Tax.
The officer will be liable to income tax
in accordance with local rates.
10. Duties.
The officer will be responsible to the
Director of Agriculture for livestock
policy. His duties will entail extensive
travelling amongst cattle producers. He
may be called upon to act for the Veter-
inary Officer when the latter is on leave.
11. Qualifications.
Practical experience of tropical live-
stock improvement programmes, espe-
cially in cattle and pasture work. A de-
gree in Agriculture will be an added ad-
vantage.
12. Method of application.
Applications should reach the Colonial
Secretary, Belize by the 15th of May,
1957.
16th April. 1957.


No. 187.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary of
State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the Q'EEN will not be advised
to exercise her power of disallowance In
respect of the following Ordinances of
this Government:-
No. 1 (f 1957.-An Ordinance further
to amend the Immigration (Restric-
tion) Ordinance, 1939.
(C. 21/1941.)

No. 3 of 1957.-An Ordinance to enable
Jan Van't Riet to be registered as
Medical Practitioner under the
Medical Registration Ordinance, Cap.
113, during such time as he may
hold an appointment in the colony
under the Medical Officers Ordinance,
1956.
(P.F. 846.)
23rd April, 1957.


No. 188.
The undermentioned Bill is published
with this issue of the Gazette and may
be seen at the Government Office, Kings-
town Library, District Post Offices, Police
Stations and at all Revenue Offices:-













SXI T 'IVt (EN;, T[JiiSXAY, 2,3 APUiL, 1.137.-No. 20).


Bill for an Ordinance to enable Claude
Kirlon Biddy to be granted a pension
in respect of the full period of his
service in the Colony as a Sergeant
of Police.
(P.F. 605.)

By Command,

G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Government Secretary,
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
23rd April, 1957.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the privilege of allowing
imported goods to be delivered without
the prior payment of customs duty in
cases where the invoices and other docu-
ments are not available will cease forth-
with. The only exceptions to this rule
will be goods being warehoused in ac-
cordance with Section 24 (1) of the Cus-
toms Revised Ordinance 1926 (Cap. 183
of the Laws.)
In all future cases in which invoices
and other relevant documents are not
available at the time of importation a.
deposit based on the estimated amount
of customs duty payable wil be re-
quired to be made before the goods are
released.
In coming to this decision it is con-
sidered that the special circumstances
which influenced Government in grant-
ing the above-mentioned concession no
longer obtain.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Acting Collector of Customs
and Excise.
H. M. Customs,
18th April 1957.
(F. 61/1947.)



CUSTOMS NOTICE.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

Concrete pillar surmounted by block
rectangle marked "10 ft." in Castries
harbour marking southern edge of
Vieille Ville Shoal now missing. Position
temporarily marked by black barrel
buoy.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Port Officer.
H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
29th March, 1957.


E,)RbE TOWN rOWN BOARD.

TOWN CONSTABLE.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to, the
post of Town Constable in accordance
with Section 21 (1) of the Local Govern-
ment Ordinance No. 17 of 1951.
2. The post carries a salary of $144
per annum. The Offier appointed there-
to shall be subject to the Regulations
governing Local Authorities.
3. The appointee will be required to
overlook the work of scavengers; to see
that streets and drains are properly
kept; to collect the fees for fish and
meat in the outlying districts; to see
that the cemetery is properly kept; and
to perform such other duties that this
Local Authority may, from time to
time, assign to him.
i 4. Applications should be addressed
to the Chairman, Georgetown Town
Board, and should reach him not later
than 6th May, 1957.
LEON A. HUGGINS,
Chairman.
19th April, 1957.

HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE AND
SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINA-
TIONS, 1957.

The Oversea School Certificate and
Higher School Certificate Examinations
of the University of Cambridge Local
Examinations Syndicate will be held
at this Centre in November and Decem-
ber 1957 commencing on Wednesday
20th November.
The Syndicate has announced that
recent increases in costs have made ne-
cessary an increase in the University
Fees. The fees, which should be paid
into the Treasury, are as follows:-
School Certificate:
Full Certificate .... 3 7s. 6d.
Partial Entries (3 subjects
or less) ...... 1 10s. Od.
Higher School Certificate:
Entry Fee payable by all
candidates ...... 15s. Od.
For each Principal Subject 1 Os. Od.
For each Subsidiary Sub-
ject ...... 10s. Od.
For the General Paper ...... 10s. Od.
Local Fee-H.S.C. & S.
Certificate ...... 5s. Od.
Entry Forms may be obtained from
the Local Secretary. They should be
filled in and returned to him, together
with the Treasury receipts not later than
Saturday, June 15th, 1957.
Private Candidates, other than Even-
ing Class Students and Student Teachers,
should enquire at the Education Office
for further particulars before May 20th.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
Local Secretary.
11th April, 1957.














SAtNI' VINUENT. TL ,ESDA Y, 2: APRI'L. 1.5 --.o N 0).


GENERAL ELECTIOTNS-1957.

The places at which copies of the preliminary lists of electors and revision
notices for the Electoral Districts of Kingstown, St. George, North Leeward,
South Leeward, South Windward, Central Windward, North Windward and the-
Grenadines may be seen as are shown hereunder.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN.


Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 1


POLLING DIVISION No. 2

POLLING DIVISION No. 3

POLLING DIVISION No. 4


POLLING DIVISION No. 5

POLLING DIVISION No. 6

POLLING DIVISION No. 7

POLLING DIVISION No. 8



POLLING DIVISION No. 9


Names Addre
(a) Augustine DaBreo's shop Montrose
(b) Samuel Browne's Dwell- Green Hill
ing House
(a) Felix John's shop Lodge Villa
(b) Donald Ferdinand's shop Kingstown
(a) Harold DaSilva's shop Paul Over
(b) Fitzroy Hinds' House Richmond
(a) Government Cotton Gin- Kingstown
nery
(b> Edmund Williams' shop Sion Hill
(a) General Post Office Kingstown
(b) baggage Warehouse Kingstown
(a) Court House Kingstown
(b) George Alexander's shop Paul's Avei
(a) Central Police Station Kingstown
(b) Gaston CulZhc's shop Grenville E
(a) Walter Lewis' shop Middle Str
Kingstow
(b) James Thomas' shop Hospital R
Kingstow
(a) Medical Department Kingstown
(b) Mr. Hamilton Palmer's Rose Place
shop town


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Park

Hill






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street
eet
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oad
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, Kings-


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ST. GEORGE.


Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 1

POLLING DIVISION No. 2


POLLING DIVISION No. 3

POLLING DIVISION No. 4


POLLING DIVISION No. 5


POLLING DIVISION No. 6

POLLING DIVISION No. 7


POLLING DIVISION No. 8


Names
Sion Hill Estate Building
Edgar Gibson's shop
Mr. Berisford Craigg's
shop
School Building
Mr. John Govia's shop
Mrs. Williams' shop
Miss Clement Veira's
shop
Mr. David James' shop
Post Office
Mr. Donald Simmons'
shop
Mr. Wilson Gibson's shop
School Building
Mr. Bertram King's resi-
dence
Mr. J. A. Tyrrell's shop
Post Office
Mr. George Hutchinson's
shop


Addresses
Sion Hill
Dorsetshire Hill
Upper Gbmea

Gomea
Belmont
Fairbairn
Prospect

Choppins
Calliaqua
Fair Hall

Belair Village
Belair
Arnos Vale

Cane Hall Gate
Sion Hill
Lower entrance to
Cane Garden


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD.


Polling Division
PO~IING DIVISION No. 1



POLLING DIVISION No. 2


POLLING DIVISION No. 3


Names
(a) Land Settlement Pay
Office
(b) Mr. Osborne McKenzie's
Parlour
(a) Chateaubelair Police Sta-
tion
(b) Post Office
(a) Mr. C. Williams' shop
(b) Mr. Lee Roberts' shop


Addresses
Richmond Vale

h,

Chateaubelair

Chateaubelair
Sharpes
Rose Bank














-AINT VINCKiNT, TUESDAY, 23 APRIL. 19.57.-(No. 20). 141


Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 4


POLLING

POLLING

POLLING


POLLING

POLLING


DIVISION No.

DIVISION No.

DIVISION No.


DIVISION

DIVISION


ELECTORAL
Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 1


POLLING

POLLING


DIVISION

DIVISION


POLLING DIVISION No. 4


POLLING

POLLING

POLLING


DIVISION

DIVISION

DIVISION


POLLING DIVISION

POLLING DIVISION

POLLING DIVISION


No. 8

No. 9

No. 10


ELECTORAL
Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 1


POLLING

POLLING


DIVISION No.

DIVISION No.


POLLING DIVISION No. 4


POLLING DIVISION No. 5


POLLING DIVISION No. 6



POLLING DIVISION No. 7


Names
(a) Mr. Neville Samuel's shop Rose
(b) Mr. Abraham Stapleton's Rose
shop
(a) Post Office Trou:
(b) PubIic Library Trou
(a) Mr. Cecil Charles' shop Coull
(b) Post Office Coull
(a) The Dispensary Sprin
(b) Mr. William De Rigg's' Sprin
shop
(a) Pu-: c Statimo Barr
(b) Ie.c.,ue Office Barr
(a) Town Board Office Barr
(b) 12:. Wilmoth Oliver's Barr
shop

DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD.
Names
(a) Mr. George Durham's Ruth
shop
(b) Post Office Layom
(a) Mrs. Pearl Grant's Lodge Layc
(b) Put lic Library Layoi
(a) Mrs. A!ice Griffith's house Eucc
(b) Mr. Nathaniel Peters' r.emb
house
(a) Mr. James Galley's shop Hope
(b) Mr. Sylvian Neverson's Dubo
shop
(a) Mr. Terry Mathias' shop Retre
(b) Mr. Samuel Moses shop Verm
(a) Mrs. Nena Galley's shop Clare
(b) Mr. Cleve Thomas' shop Chau
(a) Mr. Fitzroy Williams' Quest
shop
(b) Mr. Conrad Alexander's Quesi
shop
(a) Mrs. Sardine's shop Came
(b) Government Dispensary CamC
(a) District Post Office Lown
(b) Mr. Rupert Venner's shop Lown
(a) Mrs. Emily Duncan's Edini
shop
(b) District Post Office Edini

DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD.
Names
(a) Mr. Benjamin Mapp's Carri
shop
(b) Mr. Esau Dominique's Riley
shop
(a) Mr. Willie Webb's House Mt. I
(b) Mrs. A. Browne's shop Freel
(a) Mr. Norman Bacchus' Rich:
shop
(b) Mr. Benedict DaSilva's Rich:
shop
(a) Mr. George Charles' shop Hope
(b) Mr. Gladstone Woods' Rich]
shop
(a) Police Station Meso
(b) Mr. Hubert Archibald's Yam]
shop
(a) Mr. James Hutchinson's Resc
shop
(b) Mr. Conrad Thomas' Caldi
shop
(a) Post Office Eves
(b) Mrs. George DaSilva's Eves]
i shop


Addresses
Hall
Hall

maca
maca
s Hill
s Hill
ig Village
.g Village

ouallie
)uallie
)uallie
)uallle




Addresses
land Vale


1i
ament Bay
roke


is

*at
ont
Valley
ncey
telles

telles

len Park
len Park
ians Leeward
nans Leeward
boro

boro


Addresses
ere
's

pleasant
and
land Park

land Park

well
land Park

potamia
bou

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ham
ham Vale













142 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 ARPIL, 1957.-(No. 20).


Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 8

POLLING DIVISION No. 9

POLLING DIVISION No. 10



ELECTORAL
Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 1

POLLING DIVISION No. 2


POLLING DIVISION No. 3


POLLING

POLLING


DIVISION

DIVISION


POLLING DIVISION No. 6



POLLING DIVISION No. 7



POLLING DIVISION No. 8


POLLING DIVISION No. 9



ELECTORAL
Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 1


POLLING DIVISION No. 2


POLLING DIVISION No. 3


POLLING

POLLING


DIVISION

DIVISION


POLLING DIVISION No. 6



POLLING DIVISION No. 7


POLLING

POLLING


DIVISION NO.

DIVISION' NO.


POLLING DIVISION No. 10


Names


(a) Mr. Albert Jocelyn's shop Rivulet
(b) Mr. Albey Payne's shop McCart
(a) Police Station Stubbs
(b) Mr. James Nelson's shop Victoria
(a) Post Office Stubbs
(b) Mrs. Gladys Hutchinson's Stubbs
shop

DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Names A
(a) Mr.. Allan Pe:iera's shop South I
(b) Mr. Joseph Periera's shop South I
(a) Mrs. Agnes Abbott's shop Park H:
(b) Mr. Patrick Defreitas' Park H
shop
(a) Mr. St. Clair Boyea's Sans S,
shop
(b) Police Station Colonar
(a) Mr. Roy King's shop Diamon
(b). Mr. Elias King's shop New Ad
(a) Mr. Albert Neverson's New Gi
shop
(b) Mr. Albert Richard's Chapma
shop
(a) Mr. Jerome Sherman's Lower I
shop
(b) Mr. Lawrence- Lampkin's Upper I
shop
(a) Mr. Theophillus. Homer's Greggs.
shop
(b) Mr. Edmond Baptiste's Greggs
shop
(a) Mr. Gerald Shortte's Cedars
shop
(b) Mr. Victor John's shop Bridgeto
(a) Mr. George Goodluck's Biabou
shop
(b) Mr. Edward John's shop Simon

DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD.
Names Ad
(a) Mr. Basil Balcombe's shop Fancy
(b) Mr. Lawrence Jackson's Owia
shop
(a) Mr. Augustus Hoyte's Sandy I
shop
(b) Mr. James Daniel's shop Sandy I
(a) Orange Hill Estate Shop Orange
(b) Mr. Claude William's Overlani
shop
(a) Mr. Walton John's shop Chapma
(b) Mr. Charles Mapp's shop Langley
(a) Watchman's House Mt. Ben
(b) Mr. Leon O'Garro's shop Mt. Ben
Road
(a) Mrs. Virginia Sandy's Caratal
shop
(b) Mr. Wilfred Johnson's Chili
shop
(a) Mrs. Ruth Woods' shop Obriens
(b) Mr. George Huggins' Dickson,
shop
(a) Revenue Office Georgetx
(b) Police Station Georget(
(a) St. Clair Boyea's shop Byrea Ii
(b) Mrs. Melvina Jackson's Chester
shop
(a) Mr. Isaac ElliV shop Gorse
(b) Mr. Edmund William's MrTngr
shop,


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Addresses













SAINT VINCENI'. TUESDAY. 23 APRIL, 1957.-(No. 20). 143


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES.


Polling Division
POLLING DIVISION No. 1

POLLING DIVISION No. 2

POLLING DIVISION No. 3

POLLING DIVISION No. 4

POLLING DIVISION No. 5

POLLING DIVISION No,. 6

POLLING DIVISION No. 7

POLLING DIVISION No. 8

POLLING DIVISION No. 9


Names
Police Station
C. L. Tannis' shop
Nathan Phillips' shop
Daniel Harris' shop
Edmund Phillips shop
Guildford Stowe's shop
Louis Olliviarre's shop
Con Hazell's shop
School Building
Estate Store House
Government School
Manager's house
Government School
Manager's shop
Revenue Office
Mrs. Annie Adams' sho
Police Station
Claude Scrubb's shop


Addresses
Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth
Ocar
Hamilton
Belmont
Lower Bay
La Pompe
Paget Farm
Mustique
Mustique
Canouan
Carenage, Canouan
Mayreau
Mayreau
Clifton
p Clifton
Ashton
Ashton


J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.
23rd April, 1957.


NOTICE.

SEA ISLAND COTTON CLOSE
SEASON.

Notice is hereby given that an Order
in Council gazetted on 26th March 1957
declares the Close Season for Cotton to
be as follows:-
Saint Vincent from 1st May, 1957 to
15th August, 1957.
St. Vincent Grenadines from 1st April
1957-30th June, 1957.
All Cotton and Ochro plants must be
destroyed before the Close Season
commences. Owing to the prevalence of
Pink Boll Worms, growers are asked to
pay particular attention to the cleaning
up of their Cotton Houses and Fields.
Any person not complying with the
Close Season Regulations will be liable
to prosecution.

HUGH S. McCONNIE
Superintendent of Agriculture.

Agricultural Department,
20th April, 1957.


NOTICE.


Notice is hereby given that the Chief
of Police has approved of the undermen-
tioned building for the storage of petro-
leum.
This notice is issued in accordance
with Section 9 Subsection (6) of Cap.
180 of the Laws of St. Vincent as
amended by Ordinance No. 17 of 1945.


PARTICULARS.

The building specially erected for the
storage of petroleum by Messrs. John H.
Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd., of Kingstown,
and situated on open lands of the North
Union Estate and adjacent to the Public
Road.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.

Police Headquarters,
Kinstown,
St. Vincent.
27th March, 1957.


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