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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
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Publication Date: August 6, 1957
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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GOVERNMENT


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Vo'. 90.] SAINT VINJCNT. i Ul DAY. 6 AUGUT. 1957.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 367.
ANNOUNCEMENT,

The West Indies (Federation) Order
in Council, 1957, which was laid before
Parliament in accordance with the pro-
visions of the British Caribbean Federa-
tion Act, 1956, and has been approved
by resolution of both Houses, has now
been made by Her Majesty in Council.
It is announced by the Secretary cf
State for the Colonies that arrange-
ments are being made for the Right
Honourable Lord Hailes, Governor-Gen-
eral designate of the West Indies, to
arrive in Trinidad, the seat of the Fed-
eral Government, early in January,
1958. In accordance with provisions of
the Order in Council on Lord Hailes'
arrival and assumption of Office, the
Federation will be formally established,
and interim provisions of Federal Con-
stitution contained in the Order in
Council will be brought into operation.
Lord Hailes proposes, on the recommen-
dation of the Standing Federation Com-
mittee in the West Indies, to fix the date
for the Federal election in all territories
comprising the Federation, as Tuesday.
25th March, 1958.
An announcement concerning the
date of the inauguration of the Federal
Legislature will be made as soon as
possible.
6th August, 1957.


No. 368.


APPOINTMENTS.


It is notified for general information
that Her Majesty the QUEEN has been
pleased to appoint Mr. G. L. TAYLOR,
Acting Puisne Judge, as a Puisne Judge
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
and Leeward Islands.
6th August, 1957.
(J. 3/1951 (A).)
No. 369.
His Honour the Administrator has
approved the appointment, on second-
ment, of Mr. NORMAN PETERS as a Land
and House Tax Bailiff, with effect from
1st January, 1957, and until March, 1958,
in the first instance.
Gth August, 1957.
(P.F. 889.)

No. 370.
SECONDMENT.

Mr. K. 0. RATTRAY, Clerical Officer
Grade 1, Jamaica, has been seconded to
the Federal Establishment of the West
Indies as an Administrative Assistant.
Mr. RATTRAY is expected to assume
duty in Barbados on 6th August. He will
be assigned in the first instance to duties
under the direction of the Labour
Adviser to the Comptroller for Develop-
ment and Welfare in the compilation


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of information concerning the general
labour position and legislation and
international labour organisation con-
ventions.
6th August, 1957.


No. 371.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT.

With reference to Government Noti_.;
No. 337 of 7th August, 1956, the under-
mentioned persons have been confirmed
in the post of Assistant Draughtsman,
Lands and Survey Department, Public
Works Department, with effect from 1st
August, 1956.
Mr. GEORGE WALCOTT,
Mr. ERLING HARRY.
6th August, 1957.
(P.Fs. 831. 832, A. 6/1955.)


No. 372.
RESUMPTION.

Mr. C. R. I. ROBINSON, A.A.C.C.A.,
Chief Accountant, Treasury, who had
been pursuing a Course of Training
under the Overseas training Course at
London University, resumed duty with
effect from 15th July, 1957.
6th August, 1957.
(P.F. 179.)

No. 373
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 154 of 2nd April, 1957, His Honour
the Administrator has approved the
following acting appointment with
effect from 15th July, and until further
notice:
Mr. C. R. I. ROBINSON, A.A.C.C.A.,
Chief Accountant Treasury, as Ac-
countant General.
6th August, 1957.
(P.F. 179.)

No. 374.
INTERNAL EXHIBITION, GRAM-
MAR SCHOOL.

The t 'vo Senicr Exhibitions at the
Grammar Scho.l, St. Vincent, have been
awarded to CASTINE ISAIAH QUASHIE and
CYRIL THEODORE LEWIS.
6th August, 1957.
(E. 12/1951.)

No. 361.
DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE OR-
GANISATION -REPORT BY COMP-
TROLLER FOR THE YEARS
1955 AND 1956.

It is notified for general information
that a limited number of copies of the
above Report are available for sale to


the Public at Government Office at a
price of 90 cents per copy.
30th July, 1957.
(D.W. 7/1943.)


No. 375.


CORRECTIONS.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1957.

With reference to the Notices appear-
ing in the Gazette on the 16th and 23rd
July respectively, the office of the
Returning Officer for St. George is the
Police Station-Calliaqua and not the
Government Cotton Ginnery Kings-
town.
6th August, 1957.


No. 362.
VACANT POSTS.

AGRICULTURAL OFFICER (ExTENSION)
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
ST. VINCENT.


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to
the post of Agricultural Officer (Exten-
sion), Department of Agriculture, St.
Vincent, particulars of which are as fol-
lows:-
Appointment:
The post is pensionable, but the
appointment will be on a contractual
basis or on secondment, for a period
of 2 years in the first instance. The
pension rights of any pensionable
seconded officer will be preserved,
Duties:
The duties of the officer will be those
assigned to him by the Superintendent
of Agriculture to whom he will be
directly responsible. Such duties will
include the direction of Agricultural
Extension and Soil Conservation pro-
grammes, as well as general work of
an administrative nature.
Qualifications:
The minimum qualification required
is the Diploma of the Imperial College
of Ti epical Agriculture or an equiva-
lent degree, with experience in Tropi-
cal Agriculture, General Administra-
tive experience and knowledge of ex-
tension work would be advantageous.
Salary:
The salary is in the scale $3,360
x $120-$4,320, :-lus a pay addition of
20% of salary.
Allowances:
Travelling and Subsistence Allow-
ances are payable in accordance with
local regulations, in respect of ap-
proved travel on duty.














SA.\I!' VINCE\ !, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 28).


Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.
Passages:
Free passages to St. Vincent will be
provided on first appointment for the
officer, his wife and children, not ex-
ceeding five persons in all: children
to be under 18 years of age. unmarried
and dependent on the officer. In the
case of a contract appointment or ap-
pointment on secondment free pas-
sages will be provided on the satisfac-
tory termination of the contract or
secondment.

Leave and Leave Passages:
Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted in accordance with local leave
regulations. In the case of a contract
appointment, vacation leave will be
granted at the rate of one week for
each completed period of three months
resident service. Such leave to be
taken on the satisfactory termination
of the contract.
Leave passages are provided in
accordance with the Windward Islands
Leave Passage Regulations.
Medical Attention:
Free medical attention and medi-
cines are not provided.


Taxation:
All Government officials are
to taxation imposed by local
ment.s.


liable
enact-


General:
The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General
Orders, and Financial and Store Rules


The duties of the post entail the
patrolling and policing of all Crown
Lands in Bequia, assistance in the sale
of forest produce, supervision of silvi-
cultural work and most important of all
the control and close supervision of all
Crown Land renters.
Applications stating educational and
other qualifications should be addressed
to the Superintendent of Agriculture,
Kingstown, and should reach him not
later than 10th August, 1957.
30th July, 1957.

No. 364.
ENGINEERING ASSISTANT, PUBLIC WORKS
DEPARTIVMENT, GRENADA, B.W.I.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
nost of Engineering Assistant. Public
Works T)enartment, Grenada, B W.T.
Appointment: The nost, which is
permanent and Pensionable. carries a
salary scqie of $2,880 x $120-S3 840 ner
annrn,., together with a pensionable Pay
-addition of 20 npr cent at all stages of
salryv. The noint of entry into the scale
will be determined according to the
candidate's Qualification and experience.
Qualifications: Applications from qual-
ified civil or structural engineers will be
given priority, but other applicants
must produce evidence to show that
thev have the basic knowledge and ex-
perience to carrv out satisfactorily the
duties which they may be called upon
to perform.


and Subsidiary legislation in force for Dutipe: The successful applicant will
the time being. be expected to design structures in steel,
Applications giving full particulars of reinforced concrete and timber, and
applicant, and accompanied by two tes- prepare working drawings of such struc-
timonials should be addressed to the tures. His duties will include the Pre-
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands, paration of all kinds of civil engineering
Grenada, and should reach him not later works being carried out by contract or
than 15th August, 1957. by direct labour. He will be expected to
exercise rigid financial control over
30th July, 1957. such projects. He wili also be required
to perform such other duties as may be
assigned to him by the Superintendent
No. 363. of Public Works.


CROWN RANGER, BEQUIA.


Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passages: Free first class passages to


Applications are invited for the vacant Grenada will be provided for the Officer,
post of Crown Ranger, Bequia. his wife and children not exceeding five
The salary of the post is $480 x $24- persons in all: children should be under
$576 per annum plus a 20% cost of living 18 years of age, unmarried and depen-
allowance. dent on the officer.
The post is non pensionable and the Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation
appointment is liable to termination by geave on full salary will be granted at
one month's notice in writing on either the rate of 45 days per annum, and may
side. be accumulated up to a maximum period
The successful candidate will be of 180 days.
attached to the Forestry Division of the
Department of Agriculture and will be Leave passages will be provided in
responsible to the Superintendent of accordance with local regulations.
Agriculture, in his capacity as Chief Medical Attention: Free medical at-
Forest Officer, for the performance of his tention and medicines are not provided.
duties.













R-AINT VINCE.'1. TULSDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 38.)


Taxation: All Government Officers are
liable to taxation imposed by local legis-
* nation.
Aplications giving full particulars of
name, age qualifications and experience
accompanied by at least two testimonials
and a Certificate of Medical fitness
should be submitted to the Secretary,
Public Service Commission, Government
Office. St. George's Grenada, B.W.I., not
later than 31st August, 1957.
30th July, 1957.

No. 365
STAFF NURSES, HEALTH DEPARTMENT
(TUBERCULOSIS DIVISION), TRINIDAD
AND TOBAGO.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment as Staff Nurses in the Tuberculosis
Division of the Health Department,
Trinidad and Tobago.
2. Appointment is subject to medical
fitness, on agreement for two years in the
first instance with salary in the scale
$900 x $60-$1,200 x $120-$1,560 per an-
num, plus cost of living allowance, with
effect from the date of assumption of
duty. A commencing salary above the
minimum of the scale may be paid on
the basis of one increment for each year
of approved post graduate experience
with retrospective effect from the date
of assumption of duty after six (6)
months' satisfactory service.
3. Hostel accommodation, including
free meals, free uniforms, and free
laundering of uniforms is provided.
Vacation leave, sick leave and local
leave will also be granted in accordance
with the provisions of the local Civil
Service Leave Regulations.
4. Candidates must be in possession
of a Certificate in General Nursing or an
equivalent or superior certificate, and
should be between 23 and 40 years of
age. Preference will be given to candi-
dates with experience in tuberculosis
work.
5. Passage to Trinidad and return
passage to place of recruitment for the
officer only, will be paid by the Trinidad
Government.
6. Applications should be addressed
to the Director of Medical Services and
should -reach him not later than the
31st of August,. 1957. Copies and not
originals of testimonials or Certificates
should be submitted.
30th July, 1957.

No. 376.
ASSISTANT GOVERNMENT CHEMIST,
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to a
post of Assistant Government Chemist
in the Government Chemists Depart-
merit, Trinidad and Tobago.


Salary: $3,600 x $120-$4,320 x $240-
$6,000 per annum.
Duties: Mainly analytical and super-
visory. The work is varied and interest-
ing and consists of the analysis of food
and drugs and commercial samples,
forensic and toxicological analysis,
training of junior personnel, and such
other duties as directed by the Govern-
ment Chemist.
Qualifications: Applicants should
possess an honours degree in Chemistry
or the Fellowship or Associateship of
the Royal Institute of Chemistry or
other equivalent qualifications.
i Applications should be submitted to
the Colonial Secretary, Red House, Port
of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I., not later than
13th of August, 1957.
6th August, 1957.


No. 377.
ASSISTANT AGRICULTURAL SUPERINTENDENTS.
BRITISH GUIANA.


Two vacancies exist for Assistant
Agricultural Superintendents pension-
able, on the salary scale $3,408 x $144-
$3,840 x $144-$4,560 per annum: initial
salary commensurate with profession
qualifications and post-qualification ex-
perience. Appointment is subject to
medical fitness and to a probationary
period of two years.
Duties: These relate primarily to the
Extension Service of the Department.
Officers will be required to live in rural
districts and will be responsible to an
Agricultural Superintendent or duly
authorised senior officer for Departmen-
tal services to farmers, which include
supervision of demonstration stations
and nurseries; execution of programmes
for improving the efficiency of farms;
general agricultural development includ-
ing service on Regional Development
Committees; investigation and supervi-
sion of agricultural loans and grants;
Administration of Agricultural legisla-
tion; promotion and co-ordination at
district level of specialist services of the
Department e.g. Agricultural Education
in primary schools, Rural Youth Clubs,
Artificial Insemination Service, Agricul-
tural Economic Surveys, etc., and such
other duties as may from time to time
be assigned.
Qualifications: A B.Sc. degree in
Agriculture, the D.I.C.T.A. or a diploma
in Agriculture acceptable as the equi-
valent normally obtainable in three
years or long and meritorious service
in a comparable capacity in an Agricul-
tural Department. Preference will be
given to candidates possessing both the
stated qualification and suitable expe-
rience.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1957.-(Nc 38.) 26,


General: Leave and Leave Passages No. 351.
are granted in accordance with the
Leave and Leave Passages Regulations.
*On appointment passages will be paid GE
for the officer, wife and children (under
18 years and unmarried) not exceeding
five passages in all. A candidate who is
not in the Public Service and who is
over 40 years of age will normally be N(
appointed on contract. In this event, a
gratuity of 221/2% of salary will be pay-
able in respect of each completed period
of three months satisfactory service.
* (A passage back to the place of re- The n
cruitment will be provided on the satis- is draw
factory termination of the period of the St.
contract). The opportunity to qualify Order in
for advancement to the grade of Agri-
cultural Superintendent would be given Sectio:
to those who show satisfactory promise provides
after a minimum period of not less than to be ap
six years' service, or elected
Quarters are not provided but where Council
available, rental at the rate of 10% of elected,
salary is payable in respect of unfur- who at
nished quarters. tion-
2. Applications should be addressed (b) (i
to the Secretary, Public Service Com-
mission, General Post Office Building
Georgetown, British Guiana, for deliv-
ery not later than the 3rd September,
1957. Testimonials are not required (ii
from applicants already in the Public
Service. Further particulars which may
be required may be obtained on applica-
tion to the Chief Establishment Officer, Sectio:
Public Buildings, Georgetown, British defines
Guiana.
* (Applicable to candidates from Oversea publici
only.) prove
30th July, 1957. sect
emo
No. 378. any
LEGISLATION. Mur
Vinc
,The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified Any p
that Her Majesty the QUEEN will not seat at
be advised to exercise her Power of dis- tions an
allowance in respect of the following within
Ordinance of this Government:- defined
No. 38 of 1956.-An Ordinance to before n
sanction certain payments from the
Public Treasury in excese in excess It wa,
of the sums granted by the Appro- (Legisla
priation (1955) Ordinance, 1954 Ordinan
(No. 43. of 1954), for the year ended in pursi
31st December, 1955. section
6th August, 1957. Council-
and Me
No. 379. shall n
The undermentioned Ordinance which of the p
has been assented to by the. Acting Memb
Governor is published with this issue Memn
of the; Gazette. tons we
,No. 19 of 1957.-An Ordinance further whatevw
to amend the Police Ordinance, poraby the io
1947. y t
(J. 33/1945.) 30th
6th August, 1957.


1ERAL ELECTIONS, 1957.




NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE
CANDIDATES.



notice of prospective candidates
a to the following provisions of
Vincent (Legislative Council)
Council, 1951.

n 10 of the Order in Council
that no person shall be qualified
pointed as a Nominated Member
ed as an Elected Member of the
or, having been so appointed or
shall sit or vote in the Council,
the time of appointment or elec-


) in the case of
Member, holds
office; or


a Nominated
any public


i) in the case of an elected
Member, holds, or is acting in,
any such office.

n (1) of the Order in Council
"public office" as follows:-

c office" means, subject to the
visions of subsection (3) of this
ion, (i.e. section 1) any office of
lument in the public service or
office of emolument under a
icipal Corporation within Saint
cent.

person who intends to contest a
the forthcoming general elec-
Ld who holds any "public office"
the meaning of this term' as
above should vacate such office
Nomination day.

s declared by the Saint Vincent
tive Council) (Public Offices)
ce, 1952 (No. 14 of 1952), made
uance of the provisions of sub-
(3) of section 1 of the Order in
-that the Offices of Chairman
mber of the Kingstown Board
ot be public offices for all or any
purposes of the Order in Council.

ers of other Municipal Corpora-
1o are in receipt of payments (by
r name called) from such Cor-
is would appear to be affected
Lbove provisions.
July, 1957.














270 S \[NT VINCUENT, T'UESI)AY, 6 AUGUST, !957.-( '0. 38.)


No. 321.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

It is 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) Loud Speaker and Radio
Announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will
be fired.


(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Sta-
tions.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
Announcements.


TAKE COVER
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Head
quarters.
(2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.
(3) Cotton Ginnery whistle
will blow for 5 minutes.
(4) The Siren will blow for 5
minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will
be flown from Police Sta-
tions.
(2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.


16th July, 1957.
(W. 25/1949.)
By Command,
G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
6th August, 1957.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
-APPOINTMENT OF
COMMISSIONERS.

The Secretary of State for the Colonies
on the nomination of His Excellency the
Governor of the Leeward Islands, ap-
pointed Mr. 0. R. KELSICK, D.F.C., Chief
Secretary of the Leeward Islands, to be
a Commissioner in place of the Hon. C. S.
ROBERTS from 20th May, 1957, to 8th
June, 1957, and the Hon. 0. L. WILLIAMS,
A mu I I Ad I Ti


.UIcono
ward
place
effect


Headq
Boa
Ci



22n


REGISTRATION OF MEDICAL
PRACTITIONER.

The following name has this day been
added to the Medical Register:
ROBERT GEORGE MCCOBMICK, M.B.,
Ch.B. (Bristol).
G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Medical Registrar.
29th July, 1957.
(M. 30/1939.)


SAINT VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION.


,IILU T .Ii iuaIia UvL e- It is hereby notified to all members
Islands, to be a Commissioner in that a Scholarship to one of the Secon-
of Mr. R. K ..., ith dary Schools will be offered as from the
from 9th June, 1957. beginning of the 1958 school year.

L. SPENCE, The award will be made to the child
Executive Commissioner of a financial member in accordance
British Caribbean Currency Board. with the rules as approved by the Gov-
erning Body.
quarters, The examination for the award will
rd of Commisioners of be held at the same sitting as that ar-
urrency ranged by the Education Department
British Territories for award of Government Scholarships.
(Eastern Group), This is scheduled to take place on Fri-
Trinidad. day, 4th October, 1957, at the Richmond
d July, 1957. Hill Government School, at 9.00 a.m.


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS













SAINT VI>\JUJL'T, ( I' 'Y ; AUGI',S1 I9. ]7.-(No. -.,8. 271


Application for entry to the examina-
tion must be submitted not later than
the 31st August, 1957, to the Assitant
Secretary, Miss Pearlina Guy, c/o The
Ministry Building, Kingstown.
The prescribed forms along with
copies of the relevant rules may be ob-
tained from the Assistant Secretary.

C. W. ITON,
Hon. Secretary.
27th July, 1957.


CONTROL liOTiC.,

RETURN OF STOCKS.

With reference to the Prices controll
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.

Dated this 1st day of July, 1957.

F. E. WILLIAMS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.


SALE OF CITRUS PLANTS-CAMDEN
PARK EXPERIMENT STATION
AND BOTANIC GARDENS.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that citrus plants of the follow-
ing varieties are available for sale from
the Camden Park and Botanic Gardens
Nurseries at a price of 400 per plant.


ORANGES:
Valencia
Parson Brown
Lue Gim Gong
Jaff a
Washington Navel
Pineapple
Mixed
TANGERINES
GRAPEFRUIT


...... 235 plants.
.... 134 plants,
.... 63 plants.
...... 58 plants.
..... 30 plants.
.... 39 plants.
...... 26 plants
..... 41 pL'.ants.
...... 39 p.ants.


Orders should be made direct to the
Superintendent of Agriculture. Trans.
portation of plants is not provided.
Payment for plants must be made
prior to delivery.

C. L. DeFREITAS,.
Acting Superintendent
of Agriculture.

12th July, 1957.


CHATEAUlSELAIR TO ;[ BOARD.

BYE-ELECTION.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with Section 25 of the Local Gov-
ernment Ordinance, No. 17 of 1951 the
erk wil- be in attendance at the
Chateaubeiair Police station on Tues-
&lay the 13th August, 1957 from 10.00
a.m. to 2.00 p.m. to -eceive nominations
to fill the seat of an elected member of
the Chateaubelair Town Board, vacated
by Mr. HUGH DEBIQUE. Should a Poll be
required it will be taken at the Police
Station on Wednesday the 21st August,
1957 from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon and from
1.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
ERLA COOMBS,
Clerk and Returning Officer.
6th August, 1957.

SAINT V.NCE T CO-OPERATIVE
A DOWROT ,SOCIAATiKf .

Notice is hereby given that a General
Meeting of the Saint Vincent Co-opera-
tive Arrowroot Association will be held
at the Memorial Hall, at 10.00 a.m. on
Friday, 30th August. 1957, for the purpose
of electing fifteen Delegates who will in
turn elect six Members to serve on the
Arrowroot Board for the Arrowroot Year
commencing 1st October, next.
C. V. BABER ISAACS,
General Manager/Secretary.
27th July, 1957.

ST. V ', ; ; RK .L .: : ; 'U)T
FACT ;Y. 3'Lle :.

NOTICE.

Arrangements for the p chasee of
Roots for the 1957/58 season brill be made
during the month of SZPTEIMBER, 1957.
Supplies who have sold roots to the
Factory in the past are advised to con-
firm their bookings at the Office of the
Central Factory, Belle Vue.
Growers who wish to sell their roots
to the Factory ior the first time should
also arrange for bookings.
In all cases the following information
will be required.
Name and Address of Supplier-
Location of Field or Fields.
Acreage of each Field under Arrow-
root Cultivation.
Quantity dug last crop.
Date of digging last crop.

R. M. CONNELL,
Manager.

Central Arrowroot Factory,
Belle Vue.
6th August, 1957.














SAINT VIN E\'i. TU ESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 38)


THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951
(SECTION 21.)

NOTICE OF NOMINATION.

His Honour the Administrator having issued his writs for the Election of
members of the Legislative Council for the Electoral Districts of the Colony the
Returning Officers of the said Districts will on the 27th day of August, 1957 now
next ensuing between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon at the places hereinafter
mentioned proceed to the nomination, and if there is no opposition, to the election
of members for the said Electoral Districts.
Forms of Nomination Papers may be obtained at the Offices of the Returning
Officers between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily except on Wecdnesdays when
the Offices will be closed at 12 noon (Sundays also excepted).
Every Nomination Paper must be signed by any six or more electors qualified
to vote in the Electoral District for which a candidate is seeking election, and
be handed to the Returning Officer between the said hours of 9 a.m. and noon.
No Nomination Papers shall be valid or acted upon by the Returning Officer
unless it is accompanied by-
(a) the consent in writing of the person therein nominated,
(b) a deposit of one hundred and twenty dollars in cash, and
(c) the required statutory declaration, Form 26 or 26A.
In the event of the election being contested the Poll will take place between
the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Thursday the 12th day of September, 1957.
The names of the Returning Officers and the places where they will receive
nomination papers for the Electoral Districts of the Colony are as follows:-


Name of Officer.


Mr. C. W. PRESCOD
Mr. H. A. ROBERTSON
Mr. F. E. WILLIAMS

Mr. GEO. DOUGAN
Mr. C. F. BROWNS
Mr. E. W. BALLAH
Mr. T. M. VELOX
Mr. D. A. NILES


Electoral District


North Leeward
South Leeward
Kingstown

St. George
South Windward
Central Windward
North Windward
The Grenadines


* Places where Nomination Papers
will be received.

Police Station, Barrouallie
Buccament Government School
Inland Revenue Office, Treasury
Building
Police Station, Calliaqua
Police Station, Mesopotamia
Police Station, Biabou
Revenue Office, Georgetown
Revenue Office, Port Elizabeth,
Bequia


Dated this 6th day of August, 1957.
J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1951.

DESCRIPTION OF POLLING DIVISIONS AND POLLING STATIONS.

A voter who is registered in any polling division described hereunder can
only vote in such division and only at the polling station relating thereto.
Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks who have obtained the necessary transfer
certificates are not affected by this notice.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH LEEWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Windsor Forest
-Richmond Vale-Wallibou.
A-J
Polling Division No. 1:-Windsor Forest
-Richmond Vale-Wallibou.
K-Y


Location of Polling Station.
Land Settlement Pay Office-Rich-
mond Vale.

Land Settlement Ranger's House-
Richmond Vale.


Polling Division No. 2:-Town of Cha- Chateaubelair Methodist School.
teaubelair.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 38.) 272


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 3:--Sharpe's-Petit
Bordel-Dark View-Rose Bank.
Polling Division No. 4:-Rose Hall-Jack
Hill.
Polling Division No. 5:-Troumaca.
Polling Division No. 6:-Coull's Hill-
Westwood.
Polling Division No. 7:-Spring Village-
Coco Mangaroo Cumberland -
Gordon Village.
Polling Division No. 8:-Wallilabou-
Kearton's-Gabriel-Bottle & Glass-
Northern Portion of town of Barrou-
allie.
A-I
Polling Division No. 8:-Wallilabou-
Kearton's-Gabriel-Bottle & Glass-
Northern Portion of town of Barrou-
allie.
J-W
Polling Division No. 9:-Southern por-
tion of town of Barrouallie-Three
Acres-Reversion-Glebe-Peters Hope
-Mt. Wynne.
A-I
Polling Division No. 9:-Southern por-
tion of town of Barrouallie-Three
Acres-Reversion-Glebe-Peters Hope
-Mt. Wynne.


Location of Polling Station.
Land Settlement Storehouse Petit
Bordel.
Methodist Building-Rose Hall.

Troumaca Government School.
Westwood Methodist School.

Spring Methodist School.


Barrouallie Police Station.




Mrs. L. Jackson's Hall-Barrouallie.




Anglican School (Infant Dept.).




Anglican School (Senior Dept).


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Rutland Vale-
Northern portion of Layou.
A--J
Polling Division No. 1:-Rutland Vale-
Northern portion of Layou.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 2:-Southern por-
tion of Layou-Layou Hill-Acres.
Polling Division No. 3:-Cane Grove-
Buccament Bay-Pembroke.
Polling Division No. 4:-Hope-Penniston
-Dubois.
Polling Division No. 5:-Table Rock-
Francois Retreat Vermont -
Maloney-Old Mountain-Queensbury.
Polling Division No. 6:-Rilland Hill-
Clare Valley-Chauncey.
Polling Division No. 7:-Questelles.
Polling Division No. 8:-Camden Park.

Polling Division No. 9:-Lowmans-Ott-
ley Hall.
Polling Division No. 10:-Edinboro-
Fort Road-Fort Charlotte.


Location of Polling Station.
Layou Government School.


Layou Government Dispensary.


Layou Police Station.

Messrs. J. Punnett's Cotton Building
(Cane Grove).
Hope Government School.

Government Dispensary-Retreat.


Mr. Charles Alexander's former Shop
-Chauncey.
Questelles Government School.
Government Dispensary Camden
Park.
Mr. Hackett's Residence Lowmans.

Mr. Ebenezer Duncan's Residence-
Edinboro.














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ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KINGSTOWN.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1: -Montrose-Re-
demption Sharpe's Green Hill-
Bowood.
A-I
Polling Division No. 1: -Montrose-Re-
demption Sharpe's Green Hill-
Bowood.
J-Y
Polling Division No. 2: -Kingstown Park
Newtown-Lodge Village
A-I
Polling Division No. 2:-Kingstown Park
Newtown-Lodge Village
J-Y
Polling Division No. 3:-Buckhorn-Paul
Over-Richmond Hill.
A-I
Polling Division No. 3 :-Buckhorn-Paul
Over-Richmond Hill.
J-Y
Polling Division No. 4:-Frenches-Mur-
ray Road-Richmond Hill Village.
Polling Division No. 5:-Egmont Street
-James Street-Long Wail-Sharpes
Street.
Polling Division No. 6:-Paul's Avenue-
White Chapel-Mackie's Hill-Gram-
mar School Byeway.
Polling Division No. 7:-Higginson Street
Melville Street Bedford Street -
Hillsboro Street-Egmont Street.
Polling Division No. 8:-Road to Leeward
-Bentinck Square-North River Road
-Higginson Street.
Polling Division No. 9:-Rose Place in-
cluding Road to Edinboro terminating
at Battery Hill.


Location of Polling Station.
Nurses' Home-Montrose.



Nurses' Home-Montrose.



Girl Guide Hut-Kingstown Park.


Mrs. Amy Corea's Residence-Mont-
rose.

Mrs. Iona Soleyn's Residence-Paul
Over.

Mrs. T. M. Saunders' Residence-Mur-
ray Road.

Richmond Hill Government School.

Public Library (Upstairs).


Court House.


Youth Centre Hut.


Anglican School.


Sanitary Department.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ST. GEORGE.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:--Dorsetshire Hill
-Orange Grove.
Polling Division No. 2:-Meek-Welcome
Dauphine-Ashburton-Gomea.
Polling Division No. 3:-Fairburn Pas-
ture-Whim-Belmont-Southwood.
Polling Division No. 4:-Choppins-Har-
mony Hall Ribishi Belvidere -
Brighton-Prospect-Rathomill.
A-J
Polling Division No. 4:-Choppins-Har-
mony Hall Ribishi Belvidere -
13righton-Prospect-Rathomill.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 5:-Glen-Golden
Vale-Glebeland-Fairhall--CUlliaqua.
A-J

Polling Division No. 5;-Glen-Golden
Vale-Glebeland-Fairhall-Calliaqua.
K-Y


Location of Polling Station.
Dorsetshire Hill Government School.

Gomea Government School.

Mr. John Govia's Dance Hall-(Bel-
mont).
Mr. Christopher King's House-(Bel-
videre).


Mr. Vernon Cyrus' House (Belivdere).



Calliaqua Police Station.


Calliaqua Friendly Society Lodge.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 38).


Description & Number of Polling Division.


Location of Polling Station.


Polling Division No. 6:-Belair-Foun- Belair Government School.
tain.


Polling Division No. 7:-Arnos Vale-
Cane Hall.
Polling Division No. 8:-Quarry-Cane
Garden-Sion Hill.
A-J
Polling Division No. 8:-Quarry-Cane
Garden-Sion Hill.
K-W


Mr. Bertram King's Dance Hall-
(Arnos Vale).
Mr. McDonald Williams' "Christian
Pilgrim Building-Sion Hill."

Mrs. Ash's House (Kingstown Hill).


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH WINDWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Kilburney--
Riley's-Carriere-Collins.
Polling Division No. 2:-Golden Grove-
Mt. Pleasant Mountain Freeland -
Carruth-Farm-Montaque.
Polling Division No. 3:-Upper Richland
Park-Montreal-Kelly.
Polling Division No. 4:-Lower Richland
Park Hopewell Gaskill Stuart
-Greggs-and Simpsons.
Polling Division No. 5:-Argyle-Cane
End Escape Glenside Yambou
-Jackson's Pasture-Sayers-Dumbar-
ton and Mesopotamia.
Polling Division No. 6:-Akers Hill-Cal-
der-Rescue Village.
A-K
Polling Division No. 6:-Akers Hill-Cal-
der-Rescue Village.
L-Y
Polling Division No. 7:-Ponsomby-
Evesham Pilgrim Hall Belvidere -
Mountain-Evesham Vale.
Polling Division No. 8:-Glamorgan-
McCarthy-Joseph's Land-Carapan-
Enhams-Rivulet-Diamond.
Polling Division No. 9:-Upper Stubbs-
Victoria Village.
Polling Division No. 10:-Lower Stubbs.


Location of Polling Station.
Mr. Roy Browne's House (Carriere).

Mrs. Agustus Browne's Shop (Free-
land, Mesopotamia).

Mr. Edward Lewis' Shop-(Upper
Richland Park).
Richland Park Government School.


Public Library-Mesopotamia.



Mr. Hamilton Henry's House-Calder.


Mr. Aaron Thomas' House Calder.


Methodist School-(Evesham).


Feton Boyea's House (Enhams).


Stubbs Police Station.

Stubbs Government School.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:--South Rivers-
Three Rivers.
Polling Division No. 2:-Park Hill.
A-I

Polling Division No. 2:--Park Hill.
J-Y

Polling Division No. 3:-Friendly Village
Belle Vue Mt. Greenan Sans
Souci.
Polling Division No. 4:-Diamond Village
-New Adelphi-Lively Village.
Polling Division No. 5:-Chapmans-
New Grounds-North Union.


Location of Polling Station.
South Rivers Methodist School.

Mr. Daniel D'Andrad's Residence
(Park Hill).
Mr. Martin Medica's Eesidence (Park
Hill).
Colonarie Police Station.


Infant School (Diamond Village).

Methodist School-New Grounds.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST. 1957.-(No. 38).


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 6:-Higher Lowmans
-Lower Lowmans-Lauders-Hadley's
Village.
A-I
Polling Division No. 6:-Higher Lowmans
-Lower Lowmans-Lauders-Hadley's
Village.
J-Y
Polling Division No. 7:-Greggs.
Polling Division No. 8:-Bridgetown-
Massey-Cedars-South Union.
Polling Division No. 9:-Peruvian Vale-
Spring Biabou Simonds New
Prospect.
A-H.
Polling Division No. 9:-Peruvian Vale-
Spring Biabou Simonds New
Prospect.
J-Y


Location of Polling Station.
Lowmans Wd. Anglican School.



Lowmans (Wd). Dispensary.



Greggs Government School.
Mr. Joseph Gilchrist's Residence
(Bridgetown).
Biabou Police Station.



Blabou Methodist School.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD.


Description & Number of Polling Division.

Polling Division No. 1:-Fancy-Owla.
Polling Division No. 2:-Sandy Bay-Big
Sands.
A-G
Polling Division No. 2:-Sandy Bay-Big
Sands.
H-W
Polling Division No. 3:-Overland-
Tourama-Orange Hill-Waterloo-Ra-
bacca.
Polling Division No. 4:-Langley Park-
Chapman's Village.
Polling Division No. 5:-Mt. Bentinck
Bay Road-Mt. Bentinck-Spring Vil-
lage.
Polling Division No. 6:-Caratal-Chll
Roseneat Cottage.
Polling Division No. 7: O'Brien's -
Dicksons.
Polling Division No. 8:-Georgetown-
Corbeau Village.
A-K

Polling Division No. 8:-Georgetown-
Corbeau Village.
L--Y

Polling Division No. 9:-Grand Sable-
Chester Cottage-Byera.

Polling Division No. 10:-Mt. William-
Mangrove-Gorse-Colonarie.


Location of Polling Station.

Estate House (Owia).
Government Dispensary-Sandy Bay.


Police Station-Sandy Bay.


Estate House-Orange Hill.


Infant School-Chapman's Village.

Mt. Bentinck Estate Main Office.


Government School-Georgetown.

Methodist School-Dicksons.

Police Station-Georgetown.



Progress Hall Georgetown.



Anglican School-Byera.


Roman Catholic School-Colonarle.













S \INT VINCENT, TUESDAY. 6 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 38.) 277


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE GRENADINES.


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 1:-Bequia (Indus-
try-Spring-Hope-Port Elizabeth-
Pretoria).
Polling Division No. 2:-Bequia (Hamil-
ton-Ocar).
Polling Division No. 3:-Bequia (Union
Estate Belmont Mt. Pleasant -
Friendship Tony Gibbons Lower
Bay).
Polling Division No. 4:-Bequia (La
Pompe-Paget Farm-Isle de Quatre).
A-K
Pohing Division No. 4:-Bequia (La
Pompe-Paget Farm-Isle de Quatre).
L-W
Polling Division No. 5:-Mustique-(The
Island of Mustique).
Polling Division No. 6:-Canouan (The
Island of Canouan).
Polling Division No. 7:-Mayreau (The
Island of Mayreau)
Polling Division No. 8:-Union Island-
Clifton.
Polling Division No. 9:-Union Island-
Ashton.


Location of Polling Station.
The Court Room (Police Station).


Mr. Percy Sargeant's Shop-(Ocar).

Mr. Edmund Phillips' New House-
(Belmont).


Government School-Paget Farm.


The Police Station-Paget Farm.


Mustique Government School.

Canouan Government School.

Mayreau Government School.

The Court Room (Revenue Office).

inion Island Government School.


J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.
6th August, 1957.


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