Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00077473/00310
 Material Information
Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
Alternate Title: Government gazette
St. Vincent government gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Saint Vincent
Publisher: G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown St. Vincent
Publication Date: May 28, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Gazettes -- Periodicals -- Saint Vincent   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines -- Saint Vincent
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 111, no. 1 (Tues., 3 Jan. 1978); title from caption.
General Note: Supplements which accompany some numbers contain extraordinary issues, ordinances, statutory rules of order, etc.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00077473
Volume ID: VID00310
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 19844741
lccn - sn 89018505
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Government gazette

Full Text























SAINT


GOVERNMENT L


IT GAZENT


IT GAZETTE


u.blimhel be Authoriltn.


VOL. 90.]


SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 2,s MAY, 1957.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 253.


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, 6th June,
1957, at 10.00 a.m.
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.
28th May, 1957.
(A. 1/1949.)




No. 254.
APPOINTMENTS,

AGRICULTURAL WAGES COUNCIL.

The undermentioned persons have been appointed Members of the Agricul-
tural Wages Council for a period of one year with effect from 15th May, 1957:-


1. C. DEB. BARNARD, Esq.
2. LANGLEY PUNNETT, Esq.
3. ARCHIBALD ROBERTSON, Esq.
1. JAMES HENRY, Esq.
2. CHARLES FRANKLIN, Esq.
3. R. I. SAMUEL, Esq.
1. Capt. C. WATERHOUSE (Chairman))
2. Dr. W. L. WEBB
3. G. M. SANDY, Esq., M.B.E. )
28th May, 1957.


Representing Employers.

Representing Employees.

Independent Members.


[No. 25.














182 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 28 ilAY. l'J57.-(N,. 2,5.)


No. 255.
INDUSTRIAL WAGES COUNCIL.

The undermentioned persons have been appointed Members of the Industrial
Wages Council for a period of one year with effect from 15th May, 1957:-


1. J. L. EUSTAcE, Esq.
2. E. HARGREAVE, Esq.
3. BOYSIE LIVERPOOL, Esq.
1. GORDON THOMAS, Esq.
2. STANFORD OSBORNE, Esq.,
3. R. I. SAMUEL, Esq.
1. V. D. ARCHER, Esq. (Chairman)
2. Dr. W. L. WEBB
3. EB. DUNCAN, Esq., O.B.E.
28th May, 1957.

No. 256.
SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER.

His Excellency the Governor of the
Windward Islands (Acting) has been
pleased, with the concurrence of the
Secretary of State for the Colonies, to
approve the appointment of Dr. A. D.
Low, District Medical Officer, St. Lucia,
as Senior Medical Officer, St. Vincent.
Dr. Low is expected to arrive in the
Colony on or about June 3rd.
28th May, 1957.
(P.F. 874.)


No. 257.


Representing Employers.


Representing Employees.


Independent Members.


No. 242.
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY PARADE, 1957.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 239 of 14th May, 1957, the following
is the official Programme relating to the
ceremonial for Her Majesty the Queen's
Birthday Parade to take place at the Vic-
toria Park, Kingstown, on Thursday,
13th June, 1957:
8.15 a.m.:Parade consisting of the fol-
lowing detachments will assemble
at Hillsboro Street and march to
Victoria Park.
St. Vincent Police Force with Band.
1 .l


C O SIuxA.L.i ary .ruPce.
COLLECTING OFFICERS. Fire Brigade Section of Auxiliary
Police.
In accordance with the provisions of Grammar School Cadet Corps.
Section 18 of the Maintenance Ordinance Boy Scouts.
(No. 1 of 1949), the following persons Girl Guides.
have been appointed Collecting Officers British Red Cross.
for the relevant Magistrate's Courts with Members of the St. Vincent regionn
effect from st January, 1957:- region
effect from 1st January, 1957:- of the British Empire Service League
Mrs. ERLA COOMBs-Clerk to the Cha- will be present at Victoria Park and
teaubelair Town Board, for the will stand to the right of Saluting Base.
Magistrate's Court at Chateaubelair. 9.00 a.m
Mr. GERALD DICKSON-Clerk to the 9.00 a.m.:
Barrouallie Town Board, for Barrou- (1) His Honour the Administrator
allie. will arrive.
Mr. EDWARD P. FRASER, J.P.-Member of (2) His Honour, accompanied by the
the Layou Town Board, for Layou. Chief of Police, will inspect the
The Public Assistance Officer, ex officio, Parade.
-for Kingstown. (3) His Honour will take the Salute
Mr. JOHN DOUGAN, J.P.-Clerk to the at the March Past of the Parade.
Calliaqua Town Board, for Calliaqua. (4) The Royal Standard, symbolising
Mr. WILLIAM JACK-Clerk to the Marri- the presence of Her Majesty the
aqua Village Council, for Mesopota- Queen, will be raised, and a
mia. Royal Salute given.
Mr. CLAUDE STAY-Clerk to the George- (5) Feu-de-Joie.
town Town Board, for Georgetown; (6) Royal Salute. Royal Standard
and is lowered.
Mr. S. SimmONs-Clerk to the Bequia (7) Three cheers for Her Majesty
District Council, for Port Elizabeth. the Queen led by His Honour.
And the following persons from 1st (8) His Honour returns to Saluting
June, 1957:- Base and the Union Jack is
Mr. JAMES BRAMBLE, Ex-Sergeant of raised.
Police-for Biabou. (9) Announcements.
Mr. WILLIAM LATCHMAN, Proprietor, (10) His Honour departs.
Park Hill-for Colonarie. Members of Executive and Legislative
28th May, 1957. Councils, Members of the K. ngstwn
(J. 9/1951.) 'Board, Small Town Boards, Village














-XNT VINC:.NT, TUESDAY, 28 MAY, 1957.-(No. 25.)


Councils, Ministers of Religious Denomin- No. 260.
nations and all public officers and their REMC
wives are invited to be present.
A cordial invitation is also extended
to the general public to attend. It is I
21st May, 1957. mation
Electora
No. 248. removed
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES. Co-opere
the cor
The following intimation has been re- Chapel
ceived from Barclays Bank, D.C.O., and 28th I
is published for information:
BARCLAYS BANK, D.C.O. No. 250.
HOURS OF BUSINESS
As from Saturday, 15th June, 1957, P
8 a.m.-12 noon Applic
and on suitably
Wednesday, 8-11 a.m. ment to
21st May, 1957. cent, p"
lows:-
No. 258. Appoi
The
On the 1st June, 1957, the Directorate able,
of Colonial Surveys will be renamed the declar
Directorate of Overseas Surveys; and the be sub
Colonial Geological Surveys will be re- local (
named the Overseas Geological Surveys. Store
Subsic
The Dorectorate of Colonial (Geodetic as thE
and Topographic) Surveys was estab- ment
lished in March, 1946, to supplement, transf
accelerate and co-ordinate the task of status
mapping approximately 11/2 million
square miles of land in overseas terri- Cuanl
stories. know
In particular, it was designed to make duties
use of the technique of aerial surveys so be giv
greatly developed during the war of or Ma
1939-1945.
The Director of Colonial Geological DuThes
Surveys was appointed in January, 1947,
to advise on the need for geological work (a)
in the Colonial Territories and the best
organization to carry it out. This re-
sulted in a great expansion in geological
staffs overseas and the co-ordination of (b)
the work of the Surveys, as well as the
setting up of a central headquarters to
provide specialist services for the inves-
tigation of potential mineral resources
and for the carrying out of geophysical (c)
and photogeological work.
28th May, 1957. (d)

No. 259.- (e)
REMOVAL OF LABOUR ,AND PUBLIC
ASSISTANCE DEPARTMENTS.
(f)
It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the Labour and Public As-
sistance Departments have been tem-
porarily removed to the building formerly
occupied by the Foreman, Botanic Gar-'
dens, situated' obliquely opposite to the (g)
Grammar School at Richmond Hill.


28th May, 1957.


)VAL OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND
EI)ECTORAL OFFICES.

lereby notified for general infor-
that the Public Relations and
1 Offices have been temporarily
I to the second floor of the new
Ltive Bank Building, situated on
ier of Halifax Street and White
Road.
4ay, 1957.



VACANT POSTS.

>ORT OFFICER, ST. VINCENT.

nations are hereby invited from
qualified persons for appoint-
the post of Port Officer, St. Vin-
articulars of which are as fol-

ntment:
post is at present non-pension-
but steps are being taken to
e it pensionable. The officer will
ject to the Colonial Regulations,
General Orders and Financial and
Rules, and to all Ordinances and
liary legislation in force so far
ey are applicable. The appoint-
carries with it the liability to
'er to any post of equivalent
within the Windward Islands.
fcations:
didates must possess an intimate
edge of, and experience in, the
of Port Officer. Preference may
yen to the holder of a Master's
te's Certificate.

officer will be required:-
To be in charge of the Manage-
ment and Navigation of Port,
and to enforce observance of
Port Regulations.
To perform the duties and have
the powers of a Port Officer, and
to be subject to the responsibi-
lities of the post under the
Quarantine Ordinance.
To visit all ships anchoring in
port, from any post or place out-
side the Colony.
To be Admeasurer of ships for
tonnage etc.
To examine boats etc. for sea-
worthiness and issue of passen-
ger licences.
To perform the duties of a
Mercantile Marinze Officer, and
to be Chairman of the Board of
Examiners for the issue of
Masters' Certificates of Cap-
taincy.
To be Supervisor of Certified
Pilots, of,,Wharves and of Navi-
gation Lights.















SAINT VI NCNT, TUESDAY,


Salary:
The salary is in the scale of $2,880 x
$120-$3,480 per annum, plus a pay
addition of 20% of salary.
Allowances:
The following allowances are pay-
able: -
(a) Uniform Allowance-$120 per an-
num.
(b) Personal Fees not exceeding
$720 per annum.
(c) Subsistence Allowance in ac-
cordance with local regulations.
Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.
Passages:
Free first class passages to St. Vin-
cent for the officer, his wife and chil-
dren will be provided; children should
be under 18 years of age, unmarried,
and dependent on the officer.
Leave and Leave Passages:
Vacation leave will be granted at the
rate of 45 days for each completed
period of 12 months resident service;
such leave is accumulable up to 180
days.
Leave passages will be granted in
accordance with local regulations.
Medical Attention:
Free medical attention and medi-
cines are pot provided.
Taxation:
All Government officers are liable to
taxation imposed by local enactments.
Applications giving full particulars of
applicant's qualifications and experience,
and accompanied by two testimonials,
should be addressed to the Chief Secre-
tary, Windward Islands, Grenada, and
should reach him not later than the 30th
June, 1957.
21st May, 1957.

No. 238.
HEADMASTER DOMINICA GRAMMAR
SCHOOL.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to
the post of Headmaster, Dominica
Grammar School, particulars of which
are as follows:-
1. Appointment:
The post is on the permanent and
pensionable establishment and the ap-
pointment carries with it liability to
transfer to any post of equivalent sta-
tus in the Windward Islands.
2. Salary:
The salary is in the scale of $3,840 x
$120-$4,560 per annium, plus a pension-
able pay addition of 20% of salary. The
point of entry into the scale will be
determined according to the candi-
date's qualification and experience.
3. Qualifications Required:
Degree of a recognized University.


4. Duties:
Officer appointed will be required to
supervise a school of 260 boys;
Knowledge of Games and all other
extra--curricular activities associated
with a Secondary School;
He will be required to take part in
out of school activities;
He will also be required to perform
any other duties which may be assigned
to him from time to time.
5. Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.
6. Leave:
The officer will be eligible for vaca-
tion leave at the rate of 45 days for
each completed period of 12 months
residential service, accumulating up
to a maximum of 180 days.
7. Leave Passages:
Leave passages will be provided in
accordance with Local General Orders.
8. General Information:
The officer will be subject to the Colo-
nial Regulations, the Windward Islands
Financial and Store Rules, the local
General Orders and subsidiary legisla-
tion in force from time to time. Gov-
ernment officials are liable to taxation
imposed by local enactments.
Applications containing full particu-
lars, including qualifications and expe-
rience of applicant, should be forwarded
to the Chief Secretary, Windward
Islands, Grenada, to reach him not later
than the 30th May, 1957.
14th May, 1957.

No. 237.
MISTRESS (PHYSICAL EDUCATION),
BISHOPS' HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment, on
contract for 3 years, as Mistress (Physical
Education), Bishops' High School for
Girls, with salary on the scale $3,048-
$5,760 per annum. A gratuity of 221/2%
of salary will be paid, in addition to
salary, in respect of each completed
period of 3 months' satisfactory service.
Initial salary will be commensurate with
experience.
Duties: To teach all branches of
Physical Education in the school to
pupils from nine to nineteen years old.
Games include hockey, net ball and
tennis; gymnastic equipment will be In-
creased and facilities for teaching
swimming are proposed.
Qualifications: The Diploma of a
recognized College of Physical Education
and suitable teaching experience. Can-
didates should not be over 35 years of
age.
General: Leave will be granted in ac-
cordance with the Leave Regulations. On
appointment and on satisfactory com-
pletion of her period of service, passages


28 MAY, lio7.-(N 25.)















S\\ I' VI'CE.\ TjUESDAY, 28 MAY. 1957.-(No. 25). 1lsi


from and to the place of recruitment will
be paid for the officer. Applications ac-
companied by two recent testimonials
should be addressed to the Chief Estab-
lishment Officer, Public Buildings,
Georgetown, British Guiana, for delivery
not later than 31st May, 1957. Applica-
tions received after that date will not be
considered. Applicants already in the
Public Service must submit their appli-
cations through the normal channels.
14th May, 1957.

No. 239.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Thursday, 13th June, 1957 (Queen's
Birthday), being a Bank Holiday, all
Public Offices will be closed on that day.
14th May, 1957.

No. 217.
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday, 10th June, 1957 (Whit Monday),
being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
7th May, 1957.


LIST.
Cement
Cinematograph Films
Colas-crude oil for road making
Cold Storage Goods
Fertilizers in respect of which no
import duty is payable
Fruit, fresh
Herrings in cases
Live Animals
Meats and Fish pickled, salted in
kegs and barrels
Motor Vehicles
Onions
Potatoes
Salt in bulk and in bags
Sugar in bags
Vegetables, fresh
JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs
and Excise.
Collector's Office,
13th May, 1957.


iOTICE.

IMPORTATION OF MEAT AND
ANIMAL PRODUCTS.


NoU. Z10. The attention of all importers and
Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance, commission agents is drawn to the fol-
Thursday, 20th June, 1957 (Corpus lowing section of the Animals (Diseases
Christi) being a Bank Holiday, all Pub- and Importation) Control Regulations,
lic Offices will be closed on that day. S.R. & 0. No. 25 of 1956:-
7th May, 1957. "2. Importation control. (1) No
fresh carcass, whether frozen or
By Command, fresh carcase, whether frozen or
chilled, nor any cured, smoked or
G. LISLE FRASER, pickled carcass, of any cattle, pig,
Acting Government Secretary. sheep or goat, or any portion of any
GOVERNMENT OFFICE, such carcass or any semen shall be
28th May, 1957. imported into the Colony except
such carcass or portion thereof or
such semen is imported-
(a) directly from any of the following
DEPARTMENTAL AND countries, namely Great Britain,
OTHER NOTICES. Northern Ireland, Eire, Canada,
New Zealand, Australia, the
United States of America (with
SAINT VINCENT. the exception of fresh pig car-
CUSTOMS (WAREHOUSE PROHI- cases, whether frozen or chilled,
BITION) NOTICE. or any mild cured hams or bacon)
and other British West Indian
The attention of Shipping Agents and Territories with similar legislation,
Importers is drawn to the list of Articles and
prohibited to be warehoused in Govern- (b) in accordance with the terms of
ment Warehouse and on which duty shall a permit granted by the Agricul-
be paid on first importation (S.R. & 0. tural Superintendent.
1954 No. 17). The list is reproduced at (2) The provisions of paragraph (1)
the foot of- this notice. of this regulation shall not apply to-
Unlqss goods enumerated are claimed (a) any imnportations made by or on
on importation these goods are liable to behalf of the Gove-nment of the
sale a ,unclaimed goods and in case of Colony; or
perishable articles may be sold without (b) any commercially canned meats,
delay. imported in hermetically sealed
The co-operation of those concerned is metal cans and fully processed in
requested to ensure that goods in this a manner approved by the Super-
class are duly cleared within 24 hours of intendent of Agriculture as being
unloading, satisfactory for ensuring that such


"lkT- rt'i n














SAI 'T VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MAY, 1957.-No. 25.)


importation is unlikely to result in asked to obtain the requisite local per-
the introduction or spread of dis- mits as well as the appropriate certifi-
ease in the Colony, and accom- cates from the exporters in strict com-
panied by the official Meat Inspec- pliance with the requirements of the
tion Certificate of the Country of Regulation stated, due observance of
Origin." which shall, be insisted on.
2. In order to avoid disappointment A. L. SAMUEL,
and delay in obtaining any of the arti- for Minister of Trade
cles mentioned which may have been and Production.
imported all persons concerned are 10th May, 1957.


LABOUR DEPARTMENT NOTICE.


WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS,


PROPOSALS ONLY:-To be posted up until 12th June, 1957.
Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving
effect to the proposals set out hereunder.
WAGES COUNCIL ORDINANCE, NO. 1 OF 1953.

THE SHOP ASSISTANTS WAGES COUNCIL.

The Shop Assistants Wages Council hereby gives notice of its intention to
submit to the Governor Proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum remuneration
specified in the Schedule below.
The Wages Council will consider any written representation with respect to
these proposals sent to it within 14 days from the 28th day of May, 1957. Any
such representation should be signed by the person making the same (giving
his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council. Copies of the
proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of the Wages Council.
It is desirable that persons making objection should state the precise grounds
of their objection.
Issued by the Order of the Shop Assistants Wages Council.

J. BYRON COX,
Secretary.
Department of Labour,
Kingstown.
23rd May, 1957.

SCHEDULE.
MINIMUM REMUNERATION OF SHOP ASSISTANTS.
1. The minimum rate of remuneration to be paid to shop assistants in the
Town of Kingstown and within a radius of two miles therefrom shall be as follows:
Sales Clerks:
(a) Males $44.00 per month or $11.00 per week.
(b) Females ..... $38.00 per month or $ 9.50 per week.
2. In all other areas the minimum rate of remuneration shall be as follows:
(a) Males $40.00 per month or $10.00 per week.
(b) Females $34.00 per month or $ 8.50 per week.
Provided that the minimum remuneration to be paid to sales clerks under
the age of 18 years and over the age of 14 years shall be seventy-five per centum
of the above rates.
Provided further that sales clerks 18 years of age and over who have
been employed for the first time as a sales clerk shall be paid for the first six
months seventy-five per centum of the above rates and thereafter the above
minimum rates shall apply.
3. The minimum rate of remuneration to be paid to office clerks shall be
as follows:
Office Clerks:
(a) Males ...... $55.00 per month.
(b) Females ..... $50.00 per month.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MAY, 1957-(No. 25.) 187


Provided that the minimum remuneration to be paid to all office clerks
under the age of 18 years and over the age of 14 years shall be seventy-five per
centum of the above rates.
Provided further that office clerks 18 years of age and over who have
been employed for the first time as an office clerk shall be paid for the first six
months eighty per centum of the above rates and thereafter the above minimum
rates shall apply.
HOLIDAYS WITH PAY.
Every shop assistant shall, in addition to Sundays and Public Holidays, be
entitled to not less than two weeks holiday in every year on full pay.




AGRICULTURE NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of vegetable
seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department of Agriculture
on week days between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12.00 noon and from 1.00 p.m. to
3.00 p.m. at the following prices.
Per Oz. Per Pkt.
Beets Detroit Dark Red $ .19 $ .06
Beans Bountiful .08 -
Beans King of the Garden .08 -
Beans Kentucky Wonder .08 -
Cabbage Early Jersey Wakefield .60 .16
Cabbage Succession .48 .13
Cabbage Flat Dutch .52 .13
Carrots Oxheart .30 .08
Carrots Chantenay .30 .08
Cucumber Early White Spine .30 .08
Eggplant Black Beauty 1.29 .83
Lettuce Imperial .49 .13
Parsley Paramount .31 .08
Pumpkin Mammoth .30 .08
Radish French Breakfast .20 .06
Turnip White Globe .22 .06
Tomato Beefsteak .96 .25
Tomato Stone .64 .17
Tomato Ponderosa 1.02 .26
Tomato Oxheart 1.33 .34
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
Department of Agriculture,
7th May, 1957.



NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE. No. 11 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Licensing
Session will hbe held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purplos( (1 L(ar-
ing applications from applicants in their respective Parit-be., for the granting
of Certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor Licences Ordin-
ance, No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated hereunder :-

Parish. Time and Place of Session.

St. George & St. Andrew ... At the Court Hoase, Kingstown, on
Thursday the 27th day of June, 1957, at
9.15 a.m.
Charlotte ... ... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday the 21st day of June, 1967, at
9.15 a.m.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MAY, 1957.-(No. 25).


St. George &
St. Andrew

























Charlotte


Notices of intention to oppose lihe grant of any Certificate-, st ing in
general terms the grounds of the opposition, must be s rved upon tli apph-
cant and upon ih. Magistrate not later than seven days bhefte the da3 fixed
for the holding of the Licensing Sessions.
C. E. RAWLE,
Magist ate.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES AND
TRANSFERS.


Parish. Names of Applicants


*George Williams
Jerry John
Samuel George
Eden McMaster
Evelyn Bacchus
Maggie Richards(
*Gerald Miguel
*David James
*Drayton Walker
Err,'y Mattis
Edwin Francis

Vincent Prescoid
Pollard Trading
Agencies
G;ladston Henry
Pollard

W J. Abbott &
Sons
Edgar W. Reddock
Agencies
Providence Invest-
ments
Hubert flinds

. Edwin St. Hillaire
Hermon Medica
*Felton Husbands


Occupation


Shopkeeper
do.
110
do
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
10o.
do.

do.
Commission
Agents
Commission
Agent

Merchants

Commission
Agents
Commission
Agents
Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper
do.
do.


Residence Situation of
Premises

Pleasant Hill Pleasant Hill
do. do. do. do.
Stu bls Stubbs
Choppins Choppins
Caller Calder
Calliaqua Calliaqua
N[esopptamia Mesopotamia
Vill;, Villa
G1 n Glen
Verilopt Vermiont
Middle Street Middle Street
Kingstown Kingstown
Camden Paik Camden Park
Kingstown Gren'ille St.,
Kingstown
do. Sea View
Hotel, Edin-
boro


Gre
Mt.
Bia


do. Bay & James
Sts., K/town
do. B:,i Stlee,
Kin gstown
do. Grenville St.,
Kingstown
do. Paul's
Avenue
ggs Greggs
Bentinck Mt. Rentinck
bon Bibonu


Transfers.
C. E. RAWLE,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
25th May, 1957.

INCOME TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having been defaulters
under the Income Tax Ordinance, Cap. 192, their properties having been levied
upon, will be offered for sale at the Treasury, Kingstown, on Saturday 22nd June,
at 1.30 o'clock for recovery of taxes due.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Acting Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent,
28th May, 1957.


Name of Owner
JOHN, Jpunes
CASTELLO, Herman
KING, Roy
COX, Woddley
MITCHELL, Augustus

GURLEY, Claude


Situation of Property
Kingstown
New Prospect
Diamond
Union Island
Union Island


Bequia


Description of Property
1 Motor cycle P. 620
1 House
12 bags brown sugar
1 House and House spot
1 scale and weights
1 Tilley lamp
1 row boat and paddles














SAINT VIN(ENT, TUESDAY, 28 MAY 1957.-(No. 25.) 189


CUSTOMS NOTICES.


By authority of Section 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordinance, the undermentioned goods will be sold by
Public Auction on Wednesday 26th June 1957, .unless duly,cleared or re-warehoQusee.

JAMES H. D. COX,.
Collector of Customs.
H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
21st May, 1957.

ARTICLES IN. CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE OVER ONE (1) YEAR. (Up to 30th April-1957.)
SECTION I.

Date Quantity
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks and Numbers it .. Declared
housed .V Description Contents


8. 12. 55. Daerwood


55. Daerwood
49. Maissoneure


J. H. Hazell

J. H. Hazell

G. A. Forde


Park Co.rea & Co. Ltd.
55. West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd.
55, T.B. Radar J. H. Hazell
55. Daerwood do.
do.
52. Nina do.
55. Factor do.
55. Lady Steadfast E. A. Banfleld
55. Daerwood G. A. Forde
55. Lady Angela Corea,& 'Co. Ltd.
55. West Indian J. H. Hazell
55. Lady Steadfast E. A. Ba9nfield


55. Sudbury Hill
53. -Cloudia 8
55.: West Indian
56. Elin Horn -


J. H. lHazell
do.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazell


27. 1. 56 C'dian
Constructor Corea & Co. Ltd.,


8. 2. 56. Rodenbec
10. 2. 66. West Indian


Daerwood
Planter
,Fernwood
Craftsman
Craftsman


16. 3. 56. Bel-Queen


'*do.
do.
do.

J. K. Hazell
G. A. Ferde
J. R. Hazell
Geo. A. Fornle
J. H..azell
J. H. Hazell

W. J. Abbott


19. 4. 56. Herdsman J. H. Hazell, Sons & Co.
26. :'3. 56. West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd. -

29. 2. 56. Planter J. H. Hazell, Sons & Co.,
23. 4. 56. ,Leeward Islands Rt. Rev. Shapley
r .Bishop of W I.


Govic

Govic

N/M

CHS. B.B.
E.D.
Clara Farrell
C & Co.

N/M
C & Co.
O D & t-4883
J. T.--St. Kits
Corea & Co.,,,
P. -H. V.
Oreaves &
Cumberbatch

Add-J H H-8
T H 0-43
B. B.---6995

O.D.B.-1

P.H.V. & Co,
C & Co.
BATA-29395.
B.B, & ,
B. Isaacs
C ( Co. ,2921
D. L.
Shell x 22-146
J. J. Cu fy
Nassifec Dominica
Reliance-1/2

Add. L. P. Evelyn
Corpa & Co,
E. G.-8315/1
Gellispie- -1 6 5,
Fort fWiam
B. H.


1 case Stone.Breaking
Mac`lIn
1 Parcel Stone'Breakitg

4 loose Steel Bars


2 only
1 case
2 only
7 ctur,
2 ctns.
1 piece
1 qtt,
1 qtn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 roll
1 ctn.

1 case
1 loose
1 bale
1 ctn. or
1 case...
1 case


bons.
box


Anchors
Cheese,
Bath ~'ars
Lub. il
I, ,
Machinery
Rinso,
Inner Tubes
Seer "f-
Merchandise
Roofing
Pens '.'nd, Hair
Nets" -
Cigarettes
Stove
Merchandise

Adyv. atter
Auto Pas

Macaroni
Cannh& 'Goods
Shoes


1 parcel Shoes
1 bdcU, 'HOe4
1 case Mrchfiandise
1 pall Lub. Greese
1 bdl.- Pipes..
1 qrum Snp*w-em
2 ctns. 0 Ch1ldi'i Stats
Camps


1 pkg.
1 case
2 bapts.

10 ctns.


Ca= Parts
Ter ots
- Twill Sugar,,

Stout


1 cpsme Used .Bbles


7. 5.
12. 11.


20. 2.
29. '2.
86.-a.
18. 1.
18. 1.


Add
















190 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 MAY, 1957.-(No. 25).


ARTICLES IN CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE OVER ONE (1) YEAR.
S~rowN II.


Ship


Consignee


Quantity
Marks and Numbers and
Description


Declared
Contents


4. 2. 55. Daerwood

26. 3. 55. Daerwood
6. 4. 55. Belqueen
21. 6. 55. Daerwood



27. 5. 55. Interpreter
-* ...-


J. H. Hazell, Sons & Co.

W. Warren
Corea & Co. Ltd.
George Forde
do.
do.

John H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd.
do.


P. H. V.-N/N

W. Warren-N/N

Gladys Priam-N/N
Pastor F. Samuel
N/N
N/M N/N
S. A. C. N/N
E. D. N/N


18. 6. 55. Cacique del
Caribe W. McDowall ADD
1. 9. 55. Alcoa Partner John H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd. C.T.C.
17. 9. 55. Fernwood George A. Forde 0. D. Brisbane
24. 6. 55. Factor John H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd. P.T.A.
do. N/M
do. N/M
5. 10. 55. West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd. U. P. Ltd.
do. N/M
12. 4. 55. Daerwood Geo. A. Forde Add
5. 5. 55. Sygna John H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd. P. H. P. 26
10. 9. 55. Lady Steadfast E. A. Banfield & Co. C & Co.
14. 9. 55. Ferncape John H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd. U.T.L. 44


N/N 1
1
N/N 1
N/N 2
N/N 1
N/N 6
N/N 1
N/N 1
2
1
.4
1


28. 10. 55. Lady Steadfast E. A. Banfield & Co. M.F.
14. 10. 55. West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd. U.T.Ltd.
do. Bata
do. P. H. V.-148017
9. 11. 55. Novelist John H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd. Bata-89260
30. 11. 55. Bacchus Corea & Co. Ltd. F.J.D. or Markham
8601
5. 12. 55. Daerwood J. H. Hazell, Sons & Co. Glafar. G & C-5808
do. C & Co.
do. Veira
do. M.B.E.L.
14. 9. 55. Craftsman do. Govic co 1/2


15. 12. 55. Fernwood Geo. A. Forde
14. 12. 55. West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd.
do.
do.
20. 12. 55. Mandalay II J. H. Hazell Sons & Co.
20. 12. 55. Lady Angela Corea & Co. Ltd.
24. 12. 55. Dalesman J. H. Hazell, Sons & Co.
> .. do.
do.
17. 1. 56. Tiberius do.
17. 1. 56. Lady Steadfast W. J. Abbott & Sons


28. 1. 56. Ferdia

29. 2. 56. Firhill


Edwin D. Layne BA.
C&C
V M C-A 8707
P. L.-873/1
Ltd.J. H. H.
N/M
G & C-6/10
G A V-6/10
Reqn.-4779/1 4676
B B 1/8
515 (Hadley Bros)


J. H. Hazell, Sons & Co. Ltd. Reliance Pharmacy

J. H. Hazell, Sons & Co. Ltd. Reqn. 4764/1 7584


13. 3. 56. Daerwood Bottlers Ltd.
6. 1. 56. Lady Steadfast W. J. Abbott & Sons


28. 1.
25. 4.
24. 1.


Ferdia
Elin Horn
Daerwood


J. H. Hazell Sons & Co.
J. H. Hazell Sons & Co.
Order


B. S. L
P. H. Veira & Co.

U. T. L.
C & Co. Ltd.
L. P.


1 case or Atlas (Jam)
ctn.


1 bdl.
2 pkgs.
1 pkg.

1 pkg.
1 tin
12 ctns.
7 ctns.


case
ctn.
pkg.
ctns.
bdl.
loose
ctn.
bdl.
bdls.
ctn.
ctns.
ctn.


1 ctn.
1 keg
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
r,


Brooms
Merchandise
Merchandise

Merchandise
Lard
Stout
Stout
Personal
Effects
Ivory Soap
Adv. Matter
Toilet Soap
Buckets
Buckets
Toilet Preps
5 pieces Pipe
Brooms
Glass Tumblers
Beer and Stout
Plastic House-
ware
Malt Liquor
Distemper
Shoes
Canned Goods
Shoes


1 ctn. Glassware
1 case Candles
1 keg Distemper
2 drums Distemper
2 bags Fittings
2 cases Electric Motor
and Starter
1 case Merchandise
2 kegs Gum Arabic
1 case Pumps
1 case Pocket Knives
1 case Almanacs
1 bag Engine Parts
5 cases Cigarettes
5 cases Cigarettes
1 case Filwax and Ink
8 cases Enamelware
1 pcl. Propagande
Material
1 case Med. Preps.
(Almanacs)
1 case Kent Sprayers
and Spares
1 only Cylinder Gas
7 single Tyres and
Flaps
1 ctn. Cake Mix
1 ctn. Merchandise
1 case Pulley


Date
Ware-
housed















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 28 MAY, 1957.-(No. 25). 191


ARTICLES AT CUSTOMS BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE FOR OVER ONE YEAR.

Date Date Convey- Marks & Quantity
Received Ware- ance Address Nos. and Declared
housed Description Contents


24. 6. 55. 4. 6. 55. B.G. Plane Acme Trading Agency


12. 8. 55.
9. 9. 55.
11. 10. 55.
24. 5. 55.


20. 8. 55.
17. 9. 55.
19. 10. 55.
4. 6. 55.


11. 4. 56. 18. 4. 56.

13. 4. 56. 20. 4. 56.
8. 5. 56. 15. 5. 56.


E. D. Layne & Sons
Acme Trading Agency
P. H. Veira
Acme Trading Agency


do. do.

do. J. H. Hazell Sons & Co.
do. A. V. Agard


T 1136 1 pkg. Household
Articles
T 1177 1 pkg. Samples
T 1202 1 pkg. Solid Cardboat:
T 295 1 pkg. Fan belts
T 1116 1 pkg. Salesran'_
Samok.e
T 1096 1 pkg. Aluminium
Ware
T 136 1 pkg. Motor Car Part
T 1120 1 pkg. Auto Parts


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st MAY, 1957.


Average circulation during
March, 1957:
British Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes .... $59,198,450.00


Demonetized Govern-
ment Notes


1,121,868.00

$60,320,318.00


British Caribbean Currency Notes in
circulation on 1st May, 1957:
Trinidad & Tobago .. $29,188,241.00
Barbados 7,158,625.00
British Guiana 16,202,644.00
Grenada 2,670,100.00
St. Vincent 1,034,000.00
St. Lucia -. 509,400.00
Dominica .. 1,465,400.00
Antigua 2,285,300.00
St. Kitts 1,589,500.00
Montserrat 370,505.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ..... $62,473,715.00


Demonetized Trinidad &
Tobago Govt. Notes
outstanding $ 762,181.00

Demonetized British Gui-
ana Govt. Notes out-
standing 280,758.00

Demonetized Barbados
Govt. Notes outstand-
ing 72,438.00


Total demonetized Gov-
ernment Notes out-
standing

Total circulation on 1st
May, 1957


$ 1,115,377.00


$63,589,092.00


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.

Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain.


Statement Showing British Caribbean
Coin Circulation in the British Carib-
bean Territories (Eastern Group)
on Ist May, 1957.

Average circulation during
March, 1957 ...... $3,029,149.00
Trinidad & Tobago .. $1,332,825.00
Barbados 480,025.00
British Guiana ..... 594,225.00
Grenada 137,700.00
St. Vincent 90,500.00
St. Lucia 115,150.00
Dominica 94,050.00
Antigua 114,000.00
St. Kitts .. 104,600.00
Montserrat .... 21,650100
Proof sets ..... 1,870.00

$3,086,595.00


L. SPENCO,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 24 cents. I





Publications Not Available

Saint Vincent government
gazette

v. 90 no. 25

Order of the Day




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs