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Publication Date: July 16, 1957
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SAINT V!NCENT


GOVERNMENT


N1b. 321.


ItiS- hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings, will be- given;-


CAUTIONARY
(1) A red flag with a black-
rectangular 'centre will' be
flown on Police Head-
quarters.

(2) i 'oUt Speaker and Radio
Announcements.
(B) Thre' saluting- guns, will
be fired.

(1) A. red flag with- a black,
rectangular centre will be
flown' from Police' Sia-

(2) Loud Speaker and Radid
Announcements.
.


TAKE COVER
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular- centres onew
above the- other will: bep
flown on Police Head-
quarters.
(2. CliUrth Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.
(3) Cotton Giinnery. whistle
will blow for'5 r lhAttes
(4) ThK Siren will blow for 5
minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will
be flown from Police Sta-
tions:
(2) Cliurch Bells will ring
for 56 minutes.


No. 322. useful. service in. hurricane condi-
LAND ARRANGEMFN(&S. tions;. They. are- to- keep a list of local
Justices of the Peace and of persona
I.-ANNUAL. wlrcr may suitiably',e enrolled as Special
Non-Commissioned Officers in charge 'CGnsth tils i'shiold the necessity arise.
of Police Stations throughout tlie- WARNG.
parishes outside of.' VEhgsltown ar' HItr: II-H :CANE WARNINGS.
ricane Relief Ofeerw. They are to; bh Tihe Cable asidWliteless Company Ltd.
In constant touch with the Distric- gives priorityytoh1urricane warnings, and
Committee and. must- render. them. communicates- them' at once to the Ad-
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GAZETTE


[No. 35.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


HURRICANE NOTICES.


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS




18th July, 1957
(W. 25/1949.)


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238 SAINT VI\TCEN1, TUESDAY, 16 JULY. 1957.-(No. 35).


ministrator and to the Government Sec-
retary who will then notify the Financial
Secretary and the Chief of Police.
On receipt of such a warning the
Government Secretary also informs all
other Heads of Departments, and the
Chief of Police immediately relays such
warning to Non-Commissioned Officers
In charge of Police Stations.
From the time a hurricane warning
is received, the Hurricane Relief Com-
mittees are to take charge generally c
the Districts. They will at once get in
touch with the Police in their Districts
and the officers mentioned in the follow-
ing paragraphs; they are to be ready to
organise relief work with the Medical
Department, to disseminate all informa-
tion; to make arrangements for food sup-
plies; to make arrangements for centre
for first aid for the injured, for housing
and feeding the poor and for transport.
III.-ACTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER WARNING
ISSUED.
The Chief of Police will vwarn all Non-
Commissioned Officers in charge of Police
Stations, and they in turn warn inhabi-
tapts, ships in the harbpcr &c.
All Departments will batten down and
secure loose stores.
The Superintendent of Public Wori:3
will get in touch with Road Overseers
and they and the drivers and gangs will
be on the alert.
The Assistant Superintendent of Tele-
phones will get in touch with all lines-
men, and arrange with all Exchanges
for the dissemination of warnings.
IV.-AFTER THE HURRICANE.
After the hurricane is over, the Re-
lief Committees will decide on what
buildings can be used as first aid sta-


tions and for housing and feeding des-
titute.
Relief Committees will arrange in con-
junction with District Medical Officers
for transport of injured to first aid sta-
tions.
Relief Committees will arrange to
shelter the homeless and for their feed-
ing.
Relief Committees will issue food (It
they have taken charge of local supplies),
to first aid stations on demand by Dis-
trict Medical Officers.
V.-AcTION IN KINGSTOWN.
In Kingstown all action, as indicated
above, will be carried on by the
Kingstown District Committee save that
the Financial Secretary, the Superinten-
dent of Agriculture and the Labour Com-
missioner will be in charge of food sup-
plies, and the Chief of Police will be in
charge of the collection and protection
of the homeless.
VI.-ST. VINCENT GRENADINES.
The District Officer, St. Vincent Gren-
adines and/or the individual Relief
Committees will take any necessary
action in the islands in hurricane con-
ditions.
VII.-RETURNS.
The Financial Secretary, the Senior
Medical Officer, the Chief of Police
and the Superintendent of Public
Works will render a return annually to
the Administrator on the 1st July to the
effect that their preparations with regard
to hurricane arrangements are up to date
and in order.
16th July, 1957.
(W. 25/1949).


No. 323.
CENTRAL HURRICANE COMMITTEE.

It is notified for general information that the Central Hurricane Committee
is composed of:
His Honour the Administrator, Chairman,
The Honourable Financial Secretary,
The Minister for Communications and Works,
The Venerable Archdeacon R. S. Maxwell, M.A., B.Sc.,
The Very Rev. Father Placid Ganteaume, O.S.B.,
Rev. J. B. Broomes,
Honourable A. C. Cyrus,
A. G. Hazell, Esq.,
The Education Officer,
The Chairman of the Kingstown Town Board,
The Senior Medical Officer,
The Superintendent of Agriculture,
The Chief of Police,
The Superintendent of Works,
The Public Relations Officer,
N. V. Andalcio, Esq., Representative of C.D.C.,
Mr. A. J. DaSilva, British Red. Cross Society, St. Vincent
Branch,
Secretary: Mr. G. Lisle Fraser, Clerk of the Legislative
Council, Government Office.
16th July, 1957.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY. 1957.-(No. 35).


No. 324.
The District Hurricane Committees for 1957 are as follows:


CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac-
ing Chatpaubelair, Rose Bank, Trou-
maca, Westwood, Rose Hall



BARROUALLIE DISTRICT embracing
Cumberland, Spring, Wallilabou, Peters
Hope and Mt. Wynne




LAYOU DISTRICT embracing Layou,
Vermont, Francois, Clare Valley, Du-
bois, Chauncey, Questelles, Lowmans,
Camden Park



KINGSTOWN DISTRICT embracing
Kingstown Sion HiL, Arnos Vale,
Edinboro, Boiswood, &c.


CALLIAQUA DISTRICT
liaqua, Belair, Gomea,
Prospect


embracing Cal-)
Villa, Brighton, -


STUBBS DISTRICT embracing Diamond,)
Rivulet, Glamorgan, Victoria Village,
Stubbs, Calder, Argyle



MESOPOTAMIA DISTRICT embracing
Mesonotamia, Richland Park, Hope-
well, Enhams, Evesham, Belmont.



BIABOU DISTRICT embracing Biabou,
Bridgetown, Greggs, Lowmans (Wind-
ward, Lauders, Union, Cedars



COLONARIE DISTRICT embracing Co-)
lonarie, Sans Souci, Diamonds, New[
Adelphi, Park Hill, Mt. William, Gorse,
Etc.



GEORGETOWN DISTRICT from Dry
River going North to Fancy




GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry
River going South tr Colonarie '
Boundary)


Hon. S. E. Slater, Chairman,
James Ferdinand, Esq.,
Deputy Chairman,
B. Marshall, Esq.,
J. A. Tucker, Esq.,
James Isaacs, Esq. (Westwood).

Hon. S. E. Slater, Chairman,
Rev. Fr. L. A. Todd, Dep. Chairman,
The Revenue Officer,
E. A. Joachim, Esq.,
The District Nurse.

Hon. H. F. Young, Chairman,
Everard Home, Esq.,
Deputy Chairman.
Revd. F. B, Jones,
Arnold Jack, Esq.,
H. Robertson, Esq.,.
L. L. Punnett, Esq.

Hon. R. E. Baynes, Chairman,
The Chairman, Kingstown Board,
Deputy Chairman,
0. D. Brisbane, Esq.,
J. L. Eustace, Esq.,
F. H. Scott, Esq.

Hon. J. A. Baynes, Chairman,
G. Dougan, Esq., Deputy Chairman,
Errey B. John, Esq.,
John A. Dougan, Esq.,
W. A. Phillips, Esq. (Brighton).

Hon. L. C. Latham, Chairman,
W. Alexander, Esq., Dep. Chairman.
W. A. Falby, Esq., J.P.
C. Joslyn, Esq.,
V. Theobalds, Esq.

Hon. L. C. Latham, Chairman,
A. D. Drayton, Deputy Chairman,
Mrs. Ursula Warner,
The District Nurse,
W. Davis, Esq.

Hon. G. H. Charles, Chairman,
W. A. Hadley, Esq., C.B.E.,
Dep. Chairman,
E. Ballah, Esq.,
J. Sherman, Esq. (Lowmans),
E. St. Hilaire Esq. (Greggs).

Hon. G. H. Charles, Chairman,
Capt. The Hon. A. B. dosSantos,
J.P., Deputy Chairman,
C. Stephens Esq.,
George Stephens, Esq.,
E. Richardson, Esq.,

Hon. E. T. Joshua, Chairman,
J. D. Woods, J.P., Dep. Chairman,
W. H. Barnard, Esq.,
Basil Balcombe, Esq.,
R. John, Esq.

Hon. E. T. Joshua, Esq., Chairman,
Percy Stephens, Esq., J.P.,
Dep. Chairman,
C. W. Prescod, I.S.O. J.P.,
J. E. Richards, Esq., J.P.,
Rev. Eric S. Clarke.














s.[.f VN' j, 1 TUiSDAY, 16 JULY, 1957.-(No. 35.)


UNION ISLAND


BEQUIA





CANOUAN




MAYREAU


MUSTIQUE


The following is a summary of the
instructions issued to the Committees.
1. In. the event of a hurricane strik-
ing this Island the Chairman of each
District Committee will act at once-with-
out further orders or instructions and
inaugurate such immediate relief work
as he considers the exigencies of the
situation demand, inclusive- of a- tempor-
ary- hospital and first aid stations. He
will immediately summon his Committee,
collect the following information and
submit to head quarters as- early as pos-
sible:-
(a) N1umber of, persons killed.
seriously- wounded.
slightly wounded, requir-
ing medical attention.
(b) ,, of persons destitute.
(c) ,, of houses totally- des-
troyed!
,, partially destroyed and
unfit for habitation.
(d) What-food 'is required'immediately.
(e) What clothes are required imme-
diately.
(f0 What, medical. stores are required
immediately.
(g) Condition of Roads.


Hon. C. L. Tannis, Chairman,
The District Officer, Southern
Grenadines, Dep. Chairman,
The Revenue Officer, Union Island,
Lisle Browne, Esq.

Hon. C. L. Tannis, Chairman,
Dawson Wallace, Esq.
Dep. Chairman,
Sydney McIntosh, Esq., J.P.,
Cyril McIntosh, Esq.,
Claude Hazell, Esq.,

Hon. C. L. Tannis, Chairman.
Stanley Morris, Esq.,
Dep. Chairman,
The Agricultural Officer,
Mrs. Theresa Antrobus,
Whitfield De Roche, Esq.

The' Proprietor of Mhyreau (or, his
agent), Chairman,
The Headmaster, Mayreau.

The Proprietor of Mustique (or his
agent), Chairman,
The Headteacher,. Mustique.


mands for relief food; rationing and
distribution of foodstuffs; housing and
clothing of distressed persons.

3, Should, the roads be blocked sor
that communication with the District
Chairman is not possible each member
of the Committee will act on his own
initiative and organise relief parties to
clear the roads: and] give- first aid- untll
such times: as hie cant communicate with
the Chairman.

In this event each member of a Com-
mittee will send a written statement to
the Central Committee as required' in:
1 (a) to (g), transmitting. a copy as soon
as possible: to- the GChalinman: of: his dis-
trict committee.

4. The first duty of a Committee is
to see that. roads are- cleared at once-
so that communication can be estk'l
lished.
16th July, 1957.
(W. 25/1949 II.).


No..325,


Ramo. ANNOTUNmMurrE.


2. The District Committees will ar- Daily announcements will be made
range, in consultation with the District over Radio St. Vincent (90 metres) at
MedicallOffiber for the transportation of '7.30 a.m. throughout the hurricane seas-
the- injured toi firstraid stations- trans- on In, tht event of a- stbrtn- appracrti4
ferring the seriously wounded to Kings- mg the island. further announcements
town for hospitalisatibnT detention of ,vill be made at 12.15 p m. and 4.15 p.m.
the slightly wounded at:first-aid stations
in the districts; establishment of central 16th July, 1957.
kitottenss tb cope. wtt iiunmedlkt- de- (W. 25/1949).















SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1957.-(No. 35). 241


No. 326. No. 331.
HURRICANE NOMENCLATURE, Arrangements have been made for Mr.
1957. BYRNE, who will be stationed in Domin-
ica, to leave the United Kingdom for the
It is notified for general information Windward Islands, on or about 20th
that the following names will be used August, 1957.
for the designation of hurricanes in the 16th July, 1957.
Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea and (A. 25/1945.)
Atlantic Ocean in 1957:-
Audrey Jessie Roxie No. 332.
Bertha Kathie Sandra JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Carrie Lisa Then --


Margo
Netty
Odelle
Patty
Quinta


Undine
Venus
Wenda
Xmay
Yasmin
Zita


16th July, 1957.


No. 327.
CELEBRATION OF THE QUEEN'S
BIRTHDAY.

It is notified for general information
that the date appointed for the observ-
ance of Her Majesty the QUEEN'S
Birthday in 1958, is Thursday, the 12th
June.
16th July, 1957.
(A. 11/1952.)

No. 328.
FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE.

The discussions between Her Majesty's
Government and the Government of the
United States of America in which Stand-
ing Federation Committee Delegates will
take part, are due to open in London at
3 p.m. local time Tuesday, 16th July,
1957.
16th July, 1957.

No. 329.
APPOINTMENTS.

ADDITIONAL AUDITORS.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that Mr. C. D. W. MARTIN, Auditor,
Tanganyika, has been selected for ap-
pointment on transfer to the post of
Auditor, Windward Islands.
The effective date of Mr. MARTIN'S
transfer is expected to be 20th July, 1957,
and it is proposed to station him in St.
Vincent.
16th July, 1957.
(A. 25/1945.)

No. 330.
It is also notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. T. BYRNE, Auditor, Federal
Audit Department, has been selected for
appointment on transfer to the post of
Auditor, Windward Islands.


Debbie
Esther
Frieda
Gracie
Hannah
Inga


The following person has been ap-
pointed a Justice of the Peace of the
Colony: -
JAMES HAMILTON DUDLEY Cox, Esq.
16th July, 1957.
(J. 8/1948.)

No. 333.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 65 of 5th February, 1957, Mr. A. L.
WILLIAMS, Senior Customs Officer, St.
Vincent, resumed duty with effect from
1st July, 1957.
16th July, 1957.
(P.F. 76.)

No. 334.
Mr. VINCENT YORKE, Senior Clerk,
Customs and Excise Department, who
had been on two (2) months' vacation
leave with effect from 1st May, 1957, re-
sumed duty on 1st July, 1957.
Mr. Yorke has been seconded to the
Public Works Department with effect
from 4th July, 1957, and until further
notice.
16th July, 1957.
(P.F. 382.)

No. 335.
VACATION LEAVE.

Miss CLARA PRESCOD, Junior Clerk,
Agricultural Department, has been
granted 210 days' vacation leave with
effect from 2nd July, 1957.
16th July, 1957.
(P.F. 223.)

No. 336.
SCHOLARSHIPS.

The Government of India have in-
vited applications for the award of seven
scholarships to deserving students from
the British West Indies and British
Guiana under their Cultural Scholar-
ships Scheme 1958-59. Five of these will
be distributed among students of Indian
origin as follows:-Two from Trinidad,
two from British Guiana and one from
the other Colonies. The remaining two
are reserved for students of African ori-
gin from the Caribbean region.














SAI 'T \IN\CENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1957.-(No. 35.)


Applicants should have passed at least No. 283.
the Cambridge School Certificate Exam- TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
nation with Grade I or its equivalent. CYLINDER PRESS AND BREMNER
Preference, however, will be given to PLATEN PRESS.
candidates with higher qualifications
and those who wish to pursue post- Sealed Tenders will be received at
graduate courses of study in India. Government Office until 11 o'clock a.m,
These scholarships are awarded for on Wednesday, 17th July, 1957, for the
studies in Arts, Humanities, Science, purchase of one (1) Miller and Richard
Agriculture, Medicine, Technology, Edu- Double Crown Cylinder Press, and one
cation, Forestry, Veterinary Science and (1) Bremner Platen Press at the Gov-
Engineering. Candidates for admission nm rm ntPlan Press at the Gov-
to medical colleges should have passed enent Printing Office.
the Higher School Certificate Examina- Prospective purchasers can inspect
tion or its equivalent with Physics, Chem- Presses between the hours of 8 a.m.-1
1stry and Biology; those for Engineering, noon, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. daIly.
with Mathematics, Physics and Chemis- Tenders are to be addressed to the
with Mathematics, Physics and Chemis- Government Secretary and distinctl%
try. The value of each scholarship ten- Government Secretary and distinctthe
able for the duration of the selected marked on envelope, "Tender for the
course of study is Rs. 200/- ($72.00) p.m. purchase of Cylinder Press or Bremner
excluding tuition, examination and Platen Press."
capitation fees which are paid by the The Government does not bind itself
Government of India separately. The to accept the highest or any Tender.
cost of passages to India and back will, 18th June, 1957.
however, have to be defrayed by the
candidates themselves. By Command,
Candidates wishing to be considered G. LISLE FRASER,
for the award of scholarships may write Acting Government Secretary.
to the India Commission, 78 Marine
Square, Port of Spain, Trinidad, for the GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
prescribed application blanks stating 1lth July, 1957.
their present educational qualifications
and the courses they would like to take
up in India. Applications complete in DEPARTMENTAL AND
all respects should be sent before 15th
July, the names of candidates selected OTHER NOTICES.
by the Government of India for the
award of scholarships will be announced CONTROL NOTICE.
in due course.
16th July, 1957. RETURN OF STOCKS.


No. 337.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Ordinance which
has been assented to by the Governor's
Deputy is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
No. 16 of 1957.-An Ordinance relating
to Agricultural Small Tenancies and
for purposes connected therewith.
(B. 28/1953.)
16th July, 1957.

No. 338.


With reference to the Prices Control
Order, S.R. & 0. No. 25, 1947, all traders
are hereby notified that until further
notice, the return of stocks usually sub-
mitted monthly to the Controller of Sup-
plies by 12 o'clock noon on the 2nd day
of each month must now be submitted
bi-monthly, namely by 12 o'clock noon on
the 2nd and on the 17th day of each
month, the return to contain stocks of
the articles in Part B of the First Sche-
dule held by them on the 1st day and
on the 15th day of each month respec-
tively.
This measure is being taken as an
emergency during the Hurricane Season.


The undermentioned Ordinances which Datea tis 1si aay of Juiy, .o'i.
have been assented to by the Acting F. E. WILLIAMS,
Governor are published with this issue Acting Controller of Supplies.
of the Gazette.
No. 17 of 1957.-An Ordinance to con-
trol experiments on living animals. UNDER THE LAND AND HOUSE TAX
(J. 1/1957.) ORDINANCE, CHAPTER 194.

No. 18 of 1957.-An Ordinance further In accordance with the provisions of
to amend the Local Government section 21, Chapter 194 of the Revised
Ordinance, 1951. Laws of Saint Vincent, as amended by
Ordinance, section 3 of Ordinance No. 18 of 1937, it
(D. 2/1949.) is hereby notified that the Tax Rolls for
16th July, 1957. each District of the Colony will, after














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1957.-(, o. 35).


the 30th day of June, 1957, be available
for inspection by the public at the
Treasury.
C. E. RAWLE,
Magistrate.
Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown.
29th June, 1957.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

REMOVAL OF DISTRICT POST OFFICE.

The District Post Office at Edinboro
has been removed to the home of Mr.
EBENEZER DUNCAN, on the upper Edinboro
Road, as from Monday, 15th July, 1957,
and until further notice.
P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Colonial Postmaster.
12th July, 1957.


CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT.

SHIPPING NOTICE.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the Winker buoy in Clifton
Harbour, Union Island, has been tempor-
arily removed, on 10th July, 1957, for
servicing. It is calculated that this would
be for a duration of six days from above
date.
Great caution is therefore necessary
to be taken by vessels entering the har-
bour.
JAMES H. D. COX,
Registrar of Shipping.
ll1th July, 1957.


EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.

CARIBBEAN TRAINING PROGRAMME
IN PUERTO RICO 1957-1958.

Applications are invited for the follow-.
ing Courses offered by the International
Co-operation Administration in associa-
tion with the Government of the Com-
monwealth of Puerto Rico, to be held in
Puerto Rico commencing in October,
1957.
Applications are to be sent to the Edu-
cation Officer, Department of Education,
and must reach him on or before Wed-
nesday, 31st July, 1957.
Applicants must state age, education,
experience, if any in the trade in which
training is required, and present occu-
pation. Applicants should not be below
the age of 17 years.
Courses are offered in:-
(1) Automechanics.
(2) Construction Drafting.
(3) Electricity.
(4) Printing and Linotype.
(5) General Woodwork.
(6) Home Economics.
(7) Co-operatives.

Further information can be obtained
from the Education Department.

J. J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.

Department of Education,
St. Vincent,
15th July, 1957.


GENERAL ELECTIONS. 1957.

APPOINTMENT OF RETURNING OFFICERS.

The following Returning Officers have been appointed by His Honour the
Administrator under section 14 of the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance,
1951 (No. 13 of 1951).-


Name of Officer

Mr. C. W. PRESCOD ......


Electoral District

North Leeward


Mr. H. A. ROBERTSON South Leeward

Mr. F. E. WILLIAMS ...... Kingstown


Mr. GEO. DOUGAN

Mr. C. F. BROWNE

Mr. E. W. BALLAH

Mr. T. McC. VELOX

Mr. D. A. NILES


..... St. George

...... South Windward

...... Central Windward

..... North Windward

..... The Grenadines


Location of Office.


Barrouallie Anglican School.

Buccament Government School.

Treasury Building, Inland Rev-
enue Office.
Government Cotton Ginnery-
Kingstown.
Marriaqua Government School.

Blabou Methodist School.

Revenue Office-Georgetown.

Revenue Office-Port Elizabeth,
Bequia.


Dated this 16th day of July, 1957.
J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.















SAINT VINCENMT, TUESDAY, 16 JULY, 1957.-(No 35.)


AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

ARROWROOT NOTICE.

ELECTION OF DISTRICT DELEGATES TO REPRESENT SMALL GROWERS
ON THE ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

Under the Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 15 of 1954, notice is hereby
given that the election of a district delegate for each of the districts enumerated
hereunder will take place at the time and place stated:-

NORTH LEEWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday the 9th day of August, 1957, between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and
2.00 p.m. at Troumaca Governrment School.

KINGSTOWN AND SOUTH LEEWARD DISTRICTS.
On Saturday the 10th day of August, 1957, between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 12.00 noon at the Office of the Agricultural Department, Kingstown.

NORTH WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday the 9th day of August, 1957, between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
5.30 p.m. at the Georgetown Government School.

CENTRAL WINDWARD.
On Friday the 9th day of August, 1957, between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
5.30 p.m. in Area "A" at the Park Hill Arrowroot Factory and in Area "B" at
the Biabou Association Hall.
Area "A" includes Three Rivers, South Rivers, Park Hill, Colonarie and
Friendly Village.
Area "B" includes North Union, New Adelphi, New Grounds, Chapmans,
Diamond Village, Lowmans, Bridgetown, Biabou and New Prospect.

SOUTH WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday the 9th day of August, 1957, between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
5.30 p.m. in Area "A" at the Mesopotamia Government School and in Area "B"
at the Stubbs Government School.
Area "A" includes all Small Growers delivering starch to the Association
from Mesopotamia, Yambou, Evesham, Carriere, Hopewell and Richland Park.
Area "B" includes Stubbs, Mt. Pleasant, Calder, Argyle, Brighton, Belvi-
dere, Enhams, Victoria Village, Glamorgan, Prospect, Diamond, Choppins,
Carapan, Rathomill, Calliaqua, Glen and Golden Vale.

SAINT GEORGE DISTRICT.
On Friday the 9th day ',f August, 1957, between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
5.30 p.m. at the Belair Government School.
All persons whose names appear on the list of small growers who delivered
starch from the above districts to the Arrowroot Association during Crop 1956-57
are entitled to vote and each person is entitled to one vote only.
C. L. DeFREITAS,
Acting Superintendent of Agriculture.
9th July, 1957.

SALE OF CITRUS PLANTS-CAMDEN Pineapple ...... 39 plants.
PARK EXPERIMENT STATION Mixed ...... 26 plants.
AND BOTANIC GARDENS. TANGERINES ...... 41 plants.

It is hereby notified for general infor- GRAPEFRUIT 39 plants.
mation that citrus plants of the follow- Orders should be made direct to the
ing varieties are available for sale from Superintendent of Agriculture. Trans-
the Camden Park and Botanic Gardens portation of plants is not provided.
Nurseries at a price of 404 per plant.
Payment for plants must be made
ORANGES prior to delivery.
Valencia ...... 235 plants.
Parson Brown ...... 134 plants. C. L. DeFREITAS,
Lue Gim Gong 6..... 3 plants. Acting Superintendent
Jaffa ...... 58 plants. of Agriculture.
Washington Navel ..... 30 plants. 12th July, 1957.

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