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SAINT VINCEN1


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


aJblihed bh iuthoritT.


VOL. 90.] SAINT VINCENT, : TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST, 1957. [No. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 321.
i-.T,: NGTiC. .

It is hereby notified for general information 'tat i'. tihe event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following, w rings will be given:-


CAUTIONARY
(1) .A red iag i:th a black
re: tanular centre will be
,:'i" ', Police Head-
quarters.

(2) Loud Speaker and Raaio
An nomncements.
(3) T..iee saluting guns wit
be : r' 1.

1i) A ed flag with a ;!,ae':
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Sti-
tions.
,2) L;d s-peaker and Radico
Anncncoirnent .
.


TAKE COVER
S-"wuo red flags with black
rectangular centres one
abhcve the other will be
f-::wn on Police Head-
quarters.
t2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.
(3) Cotton Ginnery whistle
will blow for 5 minutes.
(4) Tre Siren will blow for 5

(1' Two reJ flags with black
ec'itngular centres will
be flown from Police Sta-
tions.
(2) Church Bells will ring
for 5 minutes.


No. 381.
The following list of traders hold essential foodstuffs etc. during the
hurricane season:
KINGSTOWN: ... Corea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Haaell Sons & Co. Ltd.
United Trador:. Ltd.
Baynes Brcs.
Nanton Layne & Co.
P. H. Veira & Co.
Ge: .d providencee


x
7.;L.QC

2r. F14


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS




16th July, 1957
(W. 25/1949.)












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 40.)


KINGSTOWN: (Contd.)









CHATEAUBELAIR:





TROUMACA:


BARROUALLIE:






LAYOU:





VERMONT:



QUESTELLES:



LOWMANS HILL:

CALLIAQUA:




BRIGHTON & BELVEDERE:

GOMEA:


MESOPOTAMIA:


BIABOU:


C. K. Greaves
G. W. Frank & Sons
Dolo Clarke
W. J. Abbott
Gill & Sons
George Forde
J. S. Veira
G. A. Veira & Sons
Fitzroy Roberts & Sons
Edmund Webb

Peter DaSilva
Olive Morgan
J. A. Tucker
Louis Gellizeau
Catherine Burke

Enid Walker
George Sayers

Selwyn Connell
Melville Hamlet
Lily Jackson
E. A. Joachim
Wilmouth Oliver
Lennard Joachim
Reginald Ash

...... Cyril Velox
George Durham
Nathaniel Durham
Edward Fraser
Beryl Hadaway
Owen Walker
...... Lennie Slater
Austin Mattis
Erry Mattis
Una Finch
T..... Collins
Jack Brs.
Esau Williams
Fitz Williams
...... Rupert Venner
R. A. Gibson
..... Talbert Isaacs
Simeon Cumberbatch
John Dougan
Edith Dougan
Hubert Tony
...... Wilbert Phillips
Alby Payne
..... Ephraim Adams
Aflick Haynes
..... Gerald Miguel
Benedict DaSilva
Helen T)aCosta
Amos Bacchus
Velma Browne
Hubert DaSilva
Gerald Shortte
Samuel James
Bill Williams
George Goodluck
Cyril Hull
Gracel Minors
Felton Husband
Dalton Garrick
Gerome Shearman












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST. 1957.-(No. 40). 282


RICHLAND PARK:


HOPEWELL:


COLONARIE:


BYERA HILL:


GEORGETOWN:


LANGLEY PARK:


OWIA:


J. Bacchus
D. Bacchus
Gladys Bacchus
Francis DaSilva

Benedict DaSilva
Albert Carr

Alban Gonsalves
Ridley Ryan
Vida McDowall
Alban Pereira

- St. Clair Boyea
Adolphus Showe
Leonora Horne
Elijah James

Owen Lewis
Mt. Bentinck Shop
Percy Stephens
Henry Coombs
Percy Phillips

Basil Balcombe


- T. L. Jackson


SANDY BAY:


BEQUIA:
Port Elisabeth



Hamilton


Okar


Low Bay


Paget Farm



GelUizeas


CANOUAN:



UNION ISLAND:
Asaton


Clifton


_ Ernest Nanton
William Sutherland
Augustus Hoyte

..... Clive Tannis
Cyril McIntosh
Mena Jarvis

- Edric Harris
George Duncan

_ Revena Phillips
Noah Osborne

. Leon Ollivierre
Guilford Stowe

- Arnie Ollivierre
Stephen Derrick
Leopold Stowe

Conrad Hazell
Mercedes De Roache

Gabriel Mitchell
Rebecca Telemacque
Albert Lewis
Simon Pompey

- Joseph Alves
Vernal Hutchinson
Ezekiel Jones
Alexander Stewart
Walter Wilson

_. Conrad Adams
Prince Allen
John Allen


13th August, 1957.












SAINT VINCENS, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 40).


No. 382.
VACANT POSTS.

FEDERAL ESTABLISHMENT OF
WEST INDIES.

Applications are invited
following posts in the Federal
tion Service:-


THE


for the
Informa-


Reference Librarian: I
The duties will entail the i
assembly of a basic collection of I
reference books and papers with
particular regard to Federal aft-
fairs and the general development
of emergent nations within the
British Commonwealth. Profes-
sional qualifications in librarian-
ship, and at least '. years'
experience in a Public Library are
required. Applicants who have a
degree in Arts or the Social
Sciences will receive special con-
sideration.
Salary scale $3,600 x $240-
$4.800 per annum.
Broadcasting Assistant:
Duties will involve the prepara-
tion of news programmes and the
production of talks and discussions
on Federal affairs. Professional
experience in the preparation of
radio programmes and an interest
in, and detailed knowledge of,
current affairs required. Appli-
cants with a degree in Arts or
Social Sciences will receive special
consideration.
Salary scale -,080 x :,24j --5,320
per annum.
Press Officer:
Duties will involve the prepara-
tion of communi'ues f-r release
to the press, t- write feature
stories for the distribution to
newspapers throughout the region
and to edit a monthly magazine
on Federal Affairs for circulation
in the West Indies. Professional
experience as a reporter or editor
on a West Indian paper and a de-
tailed knowledge of current af-
fairs in the West Indies essential.
Salary scale $4,C80 x $240-$5,521
per annum.
Liaison Officer:
Will be required to keep in close
association with Government De-
partments and all Information
Agencies in the area, for the pur-
pose of collecting materials for
broadcasting and publishing. A!so
required to meet visiting jour-
nalists, to arrange interviews for
them and to facilitate their search
for stories, pictures, etc. Profes-
sional experience in journalism or
broadcasting essential.
Salary scale $3,600 x $240-$4.800
per annum.


General Conditions of Service.
Consideration will be given to appoint-
ment above the minimum of the salary
scale to candidates with special qualifi-
cations.
All officers will be required to serve in
Barbados in the first instance and subse-
quently in Trinidad when Federal Head-
quarters move to that Colony. The Liai-
son Officer may be required to serve out-
side Barbados and Trinidad.
Quarters are not provided in Barbados
but officers recruited from outside that
colony who are not normally resident in
Barbados will be eligible for a separation
allowance during the interim period
until Federal Headquarters move to
Trinidad. The exact amount of this
allowance has yet to be determined.
Quarters will be provided in Trinidad at
a rental of 10 per cent of salary. If
heavy, basic, furniture is required, this
will be supplied on payment of a rental
of 5 per cent per annum of the value of
the furniture. No separation allowance
will be payable when the Federal Head-
quarters are established in Trinidad.
Free passages by the cheapest and
most direct route would be provided on
appointment for the officer, his wife and
dependent children, up to a maximum
of five persons in all.
Vacation leave will be granted at the
most favourable rate applied to equiva-
lent grade of officer by any federating
Unit Government. The exact amount
has yet to be determined.
Leave passages will be provided, not
exceeding? the cost of three adult return
passages to the United Kingdom, after
a minimum tour of not less than 4 years.
Free medical attention not provided,
but cost of operative treatment, X-ray
examination and bacteriological ser-
vices for the officer himself would be
met.
Subsistence allowance payable at the
approved rate when travelling on duty.
Applications accompanied by the
names of two referees should be sub-
mitted to Establishment Division, G-)v-
ernment Office, not later than 1st Sep-
tember, 1957.
13th August, 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











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 40.) 285


effect from the date of assumption of Qualifications: A B.Sc. degree in
duty. A commencing salary above the Agriculture, the D.I.C.T.A. or a diploma
minimum of the scale may be paid on in Agriculture acceptable as the equi-
the basis of one increment for each year valent normally obtainable in three
of' approved post graduate experience years or long and meritorious service
with retrospective effect from the date in a comparable capacity in an Agricul-
of assumption of duty after six (6) tural Department. Preference will be
months' satisfactory service, given to candidates possessing both the
3. Hostel accommodation, including stated qualification and suitable expe-
free meals, free uniforms, and free j rience.
laundering of uniforms is provided. | General: Leave and Leave Passages
Vacation leave, sick leave and local are granted in accordance with the
leave will also be granted in accordance Leave and Leave Passages Regulations.
with the provisions of the local Civil *On appointment passages will be paid
Service Leave Regulations.I for the officer, wife and children (under
4. Candidates must be in possession 18 years and unmarried) not exceeding
of a Certificate in General Nursing or an -five passages in all. A candidate who is
equivalent or superior certificate, and i not in the Public Service and who is
should be between 23 and 40 years of over 40 years of age will normally be
age. Preference will be given to candi- appointed on contract. In this event, a
dates with experience in tuberculosis I gratuity of 221/2% of salary will be pay-
work. able in respect of each completed period
5. Passage to Trinidad and return of three months satisfactory service.
passage to place of recruitment for the *(A passage tiack to the place of re-
officer only, will be paid by the Trinidad cruitment will be provided 'n the satis-
Government. factory termination of the period of
6. Applications should be addressed contract). The opportunity to qualify
to the Director of Medical Services and for advancement to the grace of A-ri-
should reach him not later than the cultural Superintendent would be given
31st of August, 1957. Copies and not to those who show satisfactory promise
originals of testimonials or Certificates after a minimum period of not less than
should be submitted. six years' service.
Quarters are not provided but where
30th July, 1957. available, rental at the rate of 10% of
salary is payable in respect of unfur-
No. 377. nished quarters.
ASSISTANT AGRICULTURAL SUPERINTENDENTS. 2. Applications should be addressed
BRITIsH GUIANA. to the Secretary, Public Service Com-
mission, General Post Office Building
Two vacancies exist for Assistant Georgetown, British Guiana, for deliv-
Agricultural Superintendents pension- ery not later than the 3rd September,
able, on the salary scale $3,408 x $144- 1957. Testimonials are rai required
$3,840 x $144-$4,560 per annum: initial from applicants already in the Public
salary commensurate with profession Service. Further particulars which may
qualifications and post-qualification ex be required -.a.y Ie obtain r.n applica-
perience. Appointment is subject to ticn t-t the Cbief Establish:-rent Officer,
Publi Buildies Georget -n, British
medical fitness and to a probationary Public Buildi's Georget'n, Bitish
period of two years. Guiana.
Duties: These relate primarily to the (Applicable to candidates from Oversea
Extension Service of the Department. only.)
Officers will be required to live in rural 30th July, 1957.
districts and will be responsible to an
Agricultural Superintendent or duly No. 383.
authorised senior officer for Departmen- ARCoTIET, CENTRAL SECRETARIAT, CHIEF
tal services to farmers, which include SECRETARY'S OFFICE, BRITISH GUIANA.
supervision of demonstration stations
and nurseries; execution of programmes Applications are invited from suitably
for improving the efficiency of farms; qualified persons for appointment as
general agricultural development includ- Archivist in the Central Secretariat,
ing service on Regional Development Chief Secretary's Office (British Guiana).
Committees; investigation and supervi- y
sion of agricultural loans and grants; 1. Appointment and Salary: The post
Administration of Agricultural legisla- is pensionable and on salary scale A 3:
tion; promotion and co-ordination at $3,696 x $144-$4,5,'0 // x $249--$6,720
district level of specialist services of the per annum. The point of ent y will be
Department e.g. Agricultural Education determined acco-rding t.o qualifications
in primary schools, Rural Youth Clubs, and/or experience.
Artificial Insemination Service, Agricul- 2. Duties: (i) To establish a Gov-
tural Economic Surveys, etc., and such ernment Archives Department
other duties as may from time tb time and to train a local officer in
te assigned, archives administration;










286 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 10 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 40).


(ii) to preserve, catalogue and ar- monials should be addressed to the
range the archives in orderly Chief Establishment Officer, Public
manner, including records to Buildings, Georgetown, for delivery not
historical interest within, and later than 31st August, 1957. Ap-
where so required outside, the 'plications received after that date
Government Departments; Jwill not be considered. Testimo-
(iii) to be responsible for the 'nials are not required from applicants
bibliography of British Guiana; ( already in the Public Service who must,
(iv) to provide information based however, submit their applications
on historical research; through the normal official channels.
(v) to draft regulations to govern 13th August, 1957.
the regular transfer of docu- (A. 15 /1950.)
ments from Government De-
partments to the archives; No. 384.
(vi) to formulate a system of con-
trolled destruction of docu- SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
ments not worthy of perma-
nent preservation; and The St. Vincent Co-operative Bank,
(vii) to perform such other duties Ltd. Balance Sheet for the year ended
relating to archives as the 31st January, 1957, is published with this
Government may deem to be issue of the Gazette.
necessary. 13th August, 1957.
3. Qualifications: The undermen-
tioned minimum qualifications or their
equivalent are required:- No. 361.
A first or second class Honours De- DEVELOPMENT AND WELFARE OR-
gree from an English University or GANISATION -REPORT BY COMP-
from a University in the British Com- TROLLER FOR THE YEARS
monwealth. 1955 AND 1956.
Special consideration will be given
to holders of the Diploma offered by It is notified for general information
the School of Librarianship and that a limited number of copies of the
Archives at the University of London above Report are available for sale to
or any other approved University. the Public at Government Office at a
4. Age: Candidates should not be price of 90 cents per copy.
under 25 years or over 40 years of age 30th July, 1957.
at 31st August, 1957. This qualification (D.W. 7/1943.)
is not applicable to persons already
holding pensionable posts in the Public By Command,
Service. GT. LISLE FRASER,
5. Medical fitness: The successful Acting Government Secretary.
candidate if not already holding a pen-
sionable post in the Public Service, will GOVRNMMWT Ormcz,
be required to pass a medical examina- 13th August, 1957.
tion for admission thereto.
6. Leave and Leave Passages: Will
be granted in accordance with the Gen- DEPARTMENTAL AND
eral Orders and existing Regulations on OTHER NOTICES.
the subject. OTHER NOTICES.
7. Quarters: Quarters are not pro-
vided.
8. General Information: Appoint- SAINT VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE
ment will be subject to the Colonial ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.
Regulations, General Orders and other
local regulations in force from tintw to Notice is hereby given that a General
time. Unless the candidate appointed MeNotice s hereby gSaint Vincent a Coopera-
already holds a post on the permanent ting Arrowroot Association will be held
and pensionable establishment, confir- at the ArrMemorial Hall, at 10.00 a.m. on
mation in the appointment will be sub- Fridat the Memorial Hallugust, 195at for the purpose
ject to satisfactory work and conduct of electing fifteen Delegate1957, fors who will Inpurpose
during a probationary period of two of electing fifteen Delegates who will the
years. The successful candidate may be turn elect six Members to serve on the
years. The successfulrtake a coursandidate ofmay be Arrowroot Board for the Arrowroot Year
required to undertake a course of fur- commencing 1st October, next.
their training in the United Kingdom.
9. Applications stating name in full, C. V. BABER ISAACS,
date and year of birth, educational General Manager/Secretary.
qualifications and experience, and ac-
companied by at least two recent testi- 27th July, 1957.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 40.) 287


THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.
(SactoN 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 Wednesdays 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 Offcer
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:-

SElectoral District Places where Nomination Papers
Name of Officer. Electoral District will be received.


Mr. C. W. PRESCOD North Leeward Police Station, Barrouallie
Mr. H. A. ROBERTSON South Leeward Buccament Government School
Mr. F. E. WILLIAMS Kingstown Inland Revenue Office, Treasury
Building
Mr. GEO. DouGAN St. George Police Station, Calliaqua
Mr. C. F. BROWNE South Windward Police Station, Mesopotamia
Mr. E. W. BALLAH Central Windward Police Station, Biabou
Mr. T. M. VELOX North Windward Revenue Office, Georgetown
Mr. D. A. NILES The Grenadines Revenue Office, Port Elizabeth,
Bequla

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


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1957.

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. Location of Polling Station.
Polling Division No. 1: -Windsor Forest Land Settlement Pay Office-Rich-
-Richmond Vale-Wallibou. mond Vale.
A-J
Polling Division No. 1:-Windsor Forest Land Settlement Ranger's House-
-Richmond Vale-Wallibou. Richmond Vale.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 2:-Town of Cha- Chateaubelair Methodist School.
teaubelalr.











28 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST, 1957.--(No.40.)


Description & Number of Polling DivisiOn.. Location of Polling, Station.
Polling Division No. 3:-Sharpe's-Petit Land Settlement Storehouse Petit
Bordel-Dark View-Rose Bank. Bordel.
Polling Division No. 4:-Rose Hall--Jack Methodist Building-Rose Hall.
Hill.
Polling Division No. 5:-Troumaca. Troumaca Government School.
Polling Division No. 6:-Coull's Hill- Westwood Methodist School.
Westwood.
Polling Division No. 7:-Spring Village- Spring Methodist School.
Coco Mangaroo Cumberland -
Gordon Village.
Polling Division No. 8:-Wallilabou- Barrouallie Police Station.
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.
J-W


Mrs. L. Jackson's Hall-Barrouallie.




Anglican School (Infant Dept.).




Anglican School (Senior Dept.).


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SOUTH LEEWARD.
Description & Number of Polling Division. Location of Polling Station,
Polling Division No. 1:-Rutland Vale- Layou Government School.
Northern portion of Layou.
A-J

Polling Division No. 1:-Rutland Vale- Layou Government Dispensary.
Northern portion of Layou.
K-Y

Polling Division No. 2:-Southern por- Layou Police Station.
tion of Layou-Layou Hill-Acres.
Polling Division No. 3:-Cane Grove- Messrs. J. Punnett's Cotton Bui
Buccament Bay-Pembroke. (Cane Grove).
Polling Division No. 4:-Hope-Penniston Hope Government School.
-Dubois.
Polling Division No. 5:-Table Rock- Government Dispensary-Retrea
Francois Retreat Vermont -
Maloney-Old Mountain-Queensbury.
Polling Division No. 6;-Rilland Hill- Mr. Charles Alexander's former
Clare Valley-Chauncey. -Chauncey.
Polling Division No. 7:-Questelles. Questelles Government School.
Polling Division No. 8:-Camden Park. Government Dispensary Car
Park.

Polling Division No. 9:--Lowmans--Ott- Mr. Hackett's Residence Lowman
ley Hall.
Polling Division No. 10:--Edinboro- Mr. Ebenezer Duncan's Residen
Fort Road-Fort Charlotte. 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 Wall-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 -
Brighton-Prospect-Rathomill.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 5:-Glen--Golden
Vale--Glebeland-Fairhall--Calliaqua.


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.












290 SAINT VINCIONT. TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST. 1957.- (No. 40.)


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 5:-Glen-Golden
Vale-Glebeland-Fairhall--Calliaqua.
K-Y
Polling Division No. 6:-Belair-Foun-
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


Location of Polling Station.
Calliaqua Friendly Society Lodge.


Belair Government School.

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.


Location of Polling Station.


Polling Division No. 1:-Kilburney- Mr. Roy Browne's House (Carriere).
Riley's-Carriere-Collins.
Polling Division No. 2:-Golden Grove- Mrs. Agustus Browne's Shop (Free-
Mt. Pleasant Mountain Freeland land, Mesopotamia).
Carruth-Farm-Montaque.
Polling Division No. 3:-Upper Richland Mr. Edward Lewis' Shop-(Upper
Park-Montreal-Kelly. Richland Park).
Polling Division No. 4:-Lower Richland Richland Park Government School.
Park Hopewell Gaskill Stuart
-Greggs-and Simpsons.
Polling Division No. 5:-Argyle-Cane Public Library-Mesopotamia.
End Escape Glenside Yambou
-Jackson's Pasture-Sayers-Dumbar-
ton and Mesopotamia.
Polling Division No. 6:-Akers Hill-Cal- Mr. Hamilton Henry's House-Calder.
der-Rescue Village.
A-K
Polling Division No. 6:--Akers Hill-Cal- Mr. Aaron Thomas' House Calder.
der-Rescue Village.
L-Y
Polling Division No. 7:-Ponsomby- Methodist School- (Evesham).
Evesham Pilgrim Hall Belvidere -
Mountain-Evesham Vale.
Polling Division No. 8:-Glamorgan- Feton Boyea's House (Enhams).
McCarthy-Joseph's Land-Carapan-
Enhams-Rivulet-Diamond.
Polling Division No. 9:-Upper Stubbs- Stubbs Police Station.
Victoria Village.
Polling Division No. 10:-Lower Stubbs. Stubbs Government School.

ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Description & Number of Polling Division. Location of Polling Station.
Polling Division No. 1:--South Rivers- South Rivers Methodist School.
Three Rivers.
Polling Division No. 2:-Park Hill. Mr. Daniel D'Andrad's Residence
A-I (Park Hill).
Polling Division No. 2:-Park Hill. Mr. Martin Medica's Residence (Park
J-Y Hill).

Polling Division No. 3:-Friendly Village Colonarie Police Station.
Belle Vue Mt. Greenan Sans
Souci.












SAINT VINCiENT, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUSI'. ]1>57.-(No>. 40). 291


Description & Number of Polling Division.
Polling Division No. 4:-Diamond Village
-New Adelphi-Lively Village.
Polling Division No. 5:-Chapmans-
New Grounds-North Union.
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.
Infant School (Diamond Village).

Methodist School-New Grounds.


Lowmans Wd. Anglican School.



Lowmans (Wd). Dispensary.




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




Biabou Methodist School.


ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORTH WINDWARD.

Description & Number of Polling Division. Location of Polling Station.
Polling Division No. 1:-Fancy-Owia. Estate House (Owia).
Polling Division No. 2:-Sandy Bay-Big Government Dispensary-Sandy Bay.
Sands.
A-G
Polling Division No. 2:-Sandy Bay-Big Police Station-Sandy Bay.
Sands.
H-W
Polling Division No. 3:-Overland- Estate House-Orange Hill.
Tourama-Orange Hill-Waterloo-Ra-
bacca.
Polling Division No. 4:-Langley Park- Infant School-Chapman's Village.
Chapman's Village.
Polling Division No. 5:-Mt. Bentinck Mt. Bentinck Estate Main Office.
Bay Road-Mt. Bentinck-Spring Vil-
lage.
Polling Division No. 6:-Caratal-Chill Government School-Georgetown.
Roseneat Cottage.
Polling Division No. 7: O'Brien's Methodist School-Dicksons.
Dicksons.
Polling Division No. 8:-Georgetown- Police Station-Georgetown.
Corbeau Village.
A-K
Polling Division No. 8:-Georgetown- Progress Hall Georgetown.
Corbeau Village.
L-Y
Polling Division No. 9:-Grand Sable- Anglican School-Byera.
Chester Cottage-Byera.
Polling Division No. 10:-Mt. William- Roman Catholic School-Colonarie.
Mangrove-Gorse-Colonarie.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 40).


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
Polling 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.


6th August, 1957.


SAINT VINCENT.
By Authority of the Registration of United
Kingdom Patents Ordinance (Chapter 156
of the Revised Laws of Saint Vincent,
1926).

(Gazetted 13th August 1957).

NOTICE is hereby given that an
application was on the 4th day of May,
1957, made by Chelton (Poppets)
Limited, a British Company of Spittal
Square, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Eng-
land, for a patent in respect of an
invention for improvements in or relat-
ing to ornamental beads and like bodies.
Any person may at any time within
two months from the date of publication
of this notice in the Gazette, give notice
to the Registrar of opposition to the
issue of a certificate of registration upon
any of the grounds prescribed by section
27 of the Patents Ordinance (chapter
155) for opposition to the grant of Let-
ters Patent.
D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar of Patents.
Patent Office,
Saint Vincent,
2nd August, 1957.


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).

Union Island Government School.

J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.



NOTICE.

By the Authority of:'The Land and House
Tax Ordinance, Chapter 194 of the Laws
of St. Vincent.


The Magistrates of the First, Second
and Third Districts will hold special
Sessions for the purpose of hearing
objections to an appeals from the assess-
ments made by the Tax Officers of St.
George's Parish, District 1; Charlotte
Parish, District 2; St. Andrew's Parish,
District 3; St. Patrick's Parish, District
4; St. David's Parish, District 5; and the
Grenadines, District 6; as relate to pro-
perty in the First, Second and Third
Magisterial Districts.
The Sessions will be held at the fol-
lowing places at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon:-
District 1-At the Police Station at
Calliaqua on Tuesday the 10th day
of September, 1957; and at the
Court House, Kingstown, on Tuesday
the 10th day of September, 1957.
District 2-At the Police Station at
Georgetown on Friday the 20th day
of September, 1957.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 1.3 AUGUST, 1957.-(No. 40.)


District 3-At the Police Station at
Layou on Thursday the 19th day of
September, 1957.
District 4-At the Police Station at
Barrouallie on Monday the 9th day
of September, 1957.
District 5-At the Police Station at
Chateaubelair on Monday the 23rd
day of September, 1957.
District 6-At the Police Station at
Port Elizabeth, Bequia, on Wednes-
day the 4th day of September, 1957;
and at the Court House Clifton,
Union Island, on Tuesday the 24th
day of September, 1957.
Notice of intention to object to any
assessment must be given not later than
ten days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Session at which the ob-
jeciion is to be heard.
C. E. A. RAWLE,
Magistrate.
Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
2nd August, 1957.


EDUCATION NOTICE.


ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS EXAM- I
NATIONS, 1957.

Candidates will be submitted for the
Autumn Series of Examinations, 1957
(Tuesday, 20th November to Wednesday,
-th De -- bor) in Typewriting, Short-
ha_:L, 2ook keeping, Arithmetic and
English Language.
The Fees payable at the Treasury are
as follows:-
(a) Society's Fee:
Stage III (Advanced) and
Shorthand at 130 and 140 words
per minute-7s. 6d. ($1.80) per
subject.
Stage II (Intermediate) and
Shorthand at 80 and 100 words
per minute-6s. ($1.44) per sub-
ject.
Stage I (Elementary) and
Shorthand at 50 and 60 words per
.-inute-4s. (96) per subject
(3s. S. for each of three or more
subjects taken at the same series).
(bf Local Fee:
(Ftage III, Stage II, Stage I)
2s. Sd. (600) per subject.
Further particulars may be obtained
at the Education Office.
The closing date for entries will be
Saturday, 24th August, 1957.
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Education Officer (Acting).
Department of Education.
9th August, 1957.


SAINT VINCENT CIVIL SERVICE
ASSOCIATION.

It is hereby notified to all members
that a Scholarship to one of the Secon-
dary Schools will be offered as from the
beginning of the 1958 school year.
The award will be made to the child
of a financial member in accordance
with the rules as approved by the Gov-
erning Body.
The examination for the award will
be held at the same sitting as that ar-
ranged by the Education Department
for award of Government Scholarships.
This is scheduled to take place on Fri-
day, 4th October, 1957, at the Richmond
Hill Government School, at 9.00 a.m.
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.


ST. VINCENT CENTRAL ARROWROOT
FACTORY, BELLE VUE.

NOTICE.

Arrangements for the purchase of
Roots for the 1957/58 season will be made
during the month of SLPTEMBER, 1957.
Suppliers 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 for 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.


CONTROL NOTICE.

RETURN OF STOCKS.

With reference to the Prices Control
Order, S.R. & 0. No. 25, 1947, all traders
are hereby notified that until further












294 SA INT \'\INfN'T. TI'ESDAY, 13 AUGUS I', 1957.-(No. 40.)


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
hi-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.


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










THE ST. VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE BANK, LTD.

BALANCE SHEET.


31ST JANUARY, 1957.


ASSETS


FIXED ASSETS

Furniture and Fixtures


1956









$1,528.00


$2,133.22
583.98

2,717.20
762.20






192,405.42
50,621.77
5,858.13
1,291.76

250,177.08

5,500.00

244,677.08
25,126.76
2,511.86
60.32
64.91


1957


$1,955.00



















272,440.93


$274,395.93


$ 24,195.76


Cost at 31.1.56.......
Additions during year


Less Depreciation W/O to date


Current Assets

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


Less Reserve for Bad and Doubt-
ful Accounts


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


1956




$48,000.00


6,686.00

17,000.00

509.76




221,971.01
336.00
500.00
50.60

222,857.61

2,500.00
406.85

800.00


LIABILITIES, CAPITAL AND
RESERVES
CAPITAL AND RESERVES
Authorised Capital
48,000 Shares of $1 each

Issued Capital
6,790 Shares of $1 each

General Reserve

Profit and Loss Appropriation A/c


Current Liabilities
Sundry Creditors:-
Savings Depositors
Bovell & Skeete
Bonus to Secretary
Unpaid Dividends


Provision for Income Tax 1957
and 1958
Proposed Dividend at 10% (Net)
Proposed Directors' Remunera-
tion


1957




$ 48,000.00


6,790.00

20,500.00

658.72 $ 27,948.72




$239,261.93
336.00
500.00
29.29 240,127.22



5,000.00
419.99

900.00 6,319.99





$274,395.93


0. C. FORDE,
Secretary-Manager.


We hereby certify that we have obtained all information and
and exhibits a true and correct view of the state of the Company's
Books of the Company.


explanations required and that in our opinion the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up
affairs according to our information and the explanations given to us and as shown by the


BOVELL & SKEETE,
ST. VINCENT,

per D. G. MURRAY,
Auditors.


226,564.46





$250,760.22


249,232.22


$250,760.22


$ 1,785.72
347.50

2,133.22
605.22


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

218,747.74

5,500.00

213,247.74
32,942.94
2,777.61
196.46
67.47




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