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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 91.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY, 1958. [No. 5.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 38.
His Excellency The Governor-Gen-
No. 36. eral, Lord HAILES, will leave Trillidad
PRESS RELEASES. by II.M.S. "Troubridge" on Tuesday,
21st January, on tour of The West
Following medical bulletin signed by Indies. IHe will arrive at Antigua on
three doctors was issued from Governor- 23rd January, and itinerary will be as
General's House:- published in West Indies Gazette on
"It has been established that Her Saturday, 11th January. After return-
Excellency Lhas been ILES is sffthat Hering ing to Trinidad, His Excellency will
Excellence LADY HAILES is sceng complete his tour by visiting Jamaica.
.from jaundice due to infective Dates of visit to Jamaica are as fol-
hepatitis. This will necessitate her lows:-
being confined to bed for some time.
LADY HAI.ES is progressing satisfac- Depart 0900 hours 21st February-
torily. Port-of-Spain
Arrive 0830 hours 24th February-
Signed: Sir HENRY PIERRE, Jamaica
Dr. G. H. WATTLEY, Depart 2400 hours 1st March-
Dr. LEWIs M. REID." Jamaica
Arrive 1600 hours 4th March-
21st January, 1958. Port-of-Spain.
(C. 12/1956 (E).) 21st January, 1958.
(0. 12/1956 (E).)
No. 37.
Joint Commission continuing with -
fact finding investigations. No. 39.


With this in view, on Wednesday
15th January it made thorough inspec-
tion by land of Chaguaramas base and
installations. On Thursday it inspected
Chaguaramas and other areas of inter-
est in Trinidad from air.
This exchange of information and
ideas is taking place in most harmonious
and cooperative spirit.
21st January, 1958.
(0. 12/1956 (E).)


On the afternoon of Friday, 3rd
January, 1958, Sir ERIc HALLINAN was
sworn in as Chief Justice of The West
Indies by His Excellency The Governor-
General, Lord HAILES.
The ceremony took place at Gov-
ernor-General's House. It was attended
by Lady HALLINAN and Senior Federal
Officials-Mr. JOHN MORDECAI, Federal
Secretary; Mr. CAMPBELL WYLIE, Fed-
eral Attorney General; Mr. MARTIN.
STAVELEY, Senior Assistant Secretary,


J)uhtkhed b1i Autharifii.













22 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY. 1]'9-.- -(No. 5.)


and Mr. R. G. W. TURBUTT, Private
Secretary to the Governor-General.
21st January, 1958.
(C. 12/1956 (E).)

No. 40.
The first issue of the West Indies
Gazette was published on Friday the
3rd of January, 1958. It is available
for sale at the Government Printery,
Tragarete Road, Port of Spain. Copies
of the Gazette will also be consigned by
air freight to the Governments of the
various territories of The West Indies
for local distribution.
21st January, 1958.
(C. 12/1956 (E).)

No. 41.
His Excellency Lord HAILES, the
Governor-General of The West Indies,
has received a letter from Dr. N. V.
RAJKUMAR, Commissioner for the Gov-
ernment of India in the British West
Indies and British Guiana, conveying
greetings on behalf of the- Government
and people of India. Below are Dr.
RAJKUMAR's letter and the Governor-
General's reply.

Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad.
3rd January, 1958.

Your Excellency,
On the occasion of the coming ipto
being of The West Indies Federation
and Your Excellency's taking charge
as the first Governor-General of the
Federation, I have the pleasure and
privilege of conveying to Your Excel-
lency and through you, to the people
of The West Indies, the sincere greet-
ings and good wisies of the Govern-
ment and people of India.
This is a historic moment in the
long and chequered history of the
various Caribbean islands which
have now come together to form one
nation. We in India take legitimate
pride in the fact that in the making
of this new nation, the people of
Indian descent in these islands-
whose forefathers came from India
as indentured labourers under very
difficult conditions-have made no
small contribution with their talent,
energy and cooperation in the politi-
cal, economic and cultural fields. I
have no doubt that their presence
here will add further to the rich
variety of the West Indies cultural
pattern and that their contribution
to the new Federation will be no less


than :those of their sister communities
in this country who have decided to
'dwell together in unity'.
It is the earnest desire of the Gov-
ernment and people of India that the
new nation would soon achieve their
Independence and take their rightful
place in the counsels of the world.
Please accept, Your Excellency, the
assurances of my highest considera-
tion.
/S/ N. V. RAJKUMAR.
(Dr. N. V. RAJKUMAR.)
Commissioner for the Govern-
ment of India in the British
West Indies and British
Guiana.
His Excellency
Rt. Hon. Lord HAILES, G.B.E.,
Governor-General of
The West Indies,
Government House,
Port of Spain.


No. 42.
7th January, 1958.
I would be grateful if you will
convey to the Government and people
of India my very warm thanks for
their greetings and message of good
wishes on the occasion of the coming
into being of the Federation of The
West Indies.
I am conscious of the close ties
that have for long existed between
the people of India and of The West
Indies, and especially of the part
played by people of India descent in
the political, economic and cultural
development of the region.
Your message and greetings are a
great encouragement to the new
Federation and to myself, and will
be most warmly appreciated by all
West Indians.
Dr. N. V. RAJKUMAR.
21st January, 1958.

No. 43.
Everyone concerned with the release
of information to the public is re-
quested to note that in the designation
of the Federation, "THE WEST
INDIES", the definite article is spelt
with a capital T.
It should also be noted that the offi-
cial title of the residence of the Gov-
ernor-General is "GOVERNOR-GEN-













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ERAL'S HOUSE", which is not resolution was passed referring not
preceded by the definite article. only to the need for ad hoc research
21st January; 1958. schemes 'into coconut diseases in Area,
but also to necessity for setting up re-
(C. 12/1956 (E).) gional research centre for agronomic
and other forms of research. Recoin-
No. 44. mendations will be made for financing
OILS AND FATS CONFERENCE. of 'scheme, and it was felt that coconut
I ni ,trn" off Aea includimno hnboh rn'n-.


The Eleventh Oils and Fats Confer-
ence was convened at 2.00 p.m. on
Thursday, 9th January, at the Federal
Headquarters, Whitehall, Port-of-Spain.
The Conference was convened by Mr.
E;. A. MAYNIER, Permanent Secretary,
Federal Department of Trade and
Industry, and elected the Honourable
R. L. BRADsHAw as Chairman. .All
territories of The West Indies and
British Guiana were represented. Hon-
ourable. V. C. BIRD was present as
observer.
2. Agenda includes:
Review of area export prices, and
fixing prices for year commencing
first January, 1958;
Proposed establishment of British
Caribbean Oils and Fats Corporation;
Proposed establishment of regional
coconut research Scheme;
Survey of statistical information
relating to oils and fats industry;
Decision ,;of Antigua Government
not to participate in Agreement;
Formation of Regional Coconut
Growers Association.
21st January, 1958.
:(C. 12/1956. (E).)

No. 45.
The Oils and Fats Conference which
first came into being in 1945, held
Eleventh Conference at Whitehall,
Thursday, 9th January.
2. The Conference was convened by
the -Federal Department, Trade and
Industry, and present were representa-
tives of The West Indies and British
Guiana. Honourable R. L. BRADSHAW
was elected Chairman.
3. First item discussed was Area
export price of copra and raw coconut
oil. It was agreed to recommend that
prices fixed for 1957 should remain un-
changed during 1958 viz: $300 per ton
for copra and $2.22 per imperial gallon
of 9.20 1b. for raw coconut oil, both,
F.O.B.
4. The Conference next *proceeded
to discuss the need for research into
problems of coconut industry of Area.
Urgent necessity for such research was
strongly and unanimously felt, and


cessors and manufacturers, should
make some contribution towards its
cost.
5. There followed review of position
of industry as disclosed by statistical
survey, and several important aspects
of industry were considered. It was
agreed that in the light of additional
information to be provided a further
conference should be convened later on
to discuss these and other matters of
importance to the industry.
6. Need for formation of Regional
Growers Association was considered,
and it was agreed that a regional pro-
ducers conference should be convened
later in the year. It was hoped that in
the meantime formation of Local
Growers Association would be encour-
aged by every possible means.
7. The Conference..is empowered to
make recommendations to Unit Govern-
ments, and it is expected that Govern-
ments will, as formerly, accept these
recommendations agreed by their own
representatives. ---
21st January, 1958.
(C. 12/1956 (E).)

No. 46.
APPOINTMENT.
His Honour the Administrator has
approved the appointment of Mr.
C. ARTHUR KING as a Junior Road Over-
seer, Public Works Department, with
effect from 3rd January, 1958.
21st January, 1958j
(P.F. 906.)

No. 47.
VACANT POSTS.
GRADUATE MASTER, ST. GEORGE'S
COLLEGE, BARATARIA.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified graduates of approved
Universities for appointment to the post
of Graduate Master or Mistress, St.
George's College (Co-educational) to
teach Physics.
The post is pensionable a'id carries
salary in the scale $3,600 x $120-
$4,320 x $240-$6,000 per annum.













24 'SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY, 1958.-- (No. 5.)


There is a bar at the point $5,040 per
annum for graduates whose degrees are
not recognized as Honours degrees. A
Cost of Living Allowance is payable on
salaries not exceeding $4,320 per
annum. A commencing salary higher
than the minimum may be paid depend-
ing on the qualifications and experience
of the candidate selected.
The Candidate selected will be re-
quired to teach Physics to at least
School Certificate standard and will be
liable to be transferred to a similar post
in any Government College in the
Colony. Preference will be given to an
applicant who is also qualified to teach
Mathematics. The ability to assist in
Games and Physical Training will be an
additional qualification.
The appointment will be subject to
medical fitness and on probation for a
period of two years.
Applications containing full particu-
lars of the candidates including experi-
ence should be forwarded to the Colonial
Secretary, Colonial Secretariat, Trini-
dad, British West Indies, not later than
31st January, 1958.
21st January, 1958.

No. 48.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS
DEPARTMENT.

SUPERVISOR OF LIBRARY AND RECORDS.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for appointment
as Supervisor of Library and Records,
Geological Surveys Department, British
Guiana.
2. Appointment and Salary: Non-
pensionable and on the salary scale
$3,048-$3,840 per annum: commencing
salary commensurate with qualifica-
tions and/or experience: appointment
on contract for three years renewable by
mutual consent would be allowed on re-
quest.
3. Duties: To compile a card index
with cross references, record the issue
and return of books, supervise the
printing and distribution of depart-
mental publications, classify and index
Geologists: field note-books, reports and
other records, prepare an index of min-
eral localities and of degree sheets, and
perform such other duties as may be
assigned by the Head of the Depart-
ment or other duly authorised officer.
4. Qualifications: A good general
education, with either a School Certifi-
cate with four credits of which one
must be English Language, or the Gen-
eral Certificate of Education with
passes in five subjects, including Eng-


lish Language and ability to typewrite.
Candidates with a diploma in library
studies or a University degree will be
given first preference. Some experience
in library work, and a knowledge of
Geology or a kindred science, and of
languages, particularly Spanish and
Portuguese, would be an advantage.
5. Age: Applicants should not be
under 21 or over 40 years of age on the
31st January, 1958 i.e. the closing date
for the receipt of applications, but the
upper limit does not apply to persons
already employed by Government.
6. Medical Fitness: The successful
candidate, if not already holding a pen-
sionable post in Public Service, will be
required to pass a medical examination
for admission thereto.
7. Leave: General Orders and ex-
isting regulations on the subject pro-
vide five days' leave for each completed
month of resident service up to a maxi-
mum of six months. A minimum tour
of service is two years.
8. General Information: Appoint-
ment will be subject to Colonial Regu-
lations, General Orders, Stores Regula-
tions Financial Regulations, and other
local regulations in force from time to
time in so far as they are applicable. A
candidate in the West Indies, if success-
ful, would be provided with passages to
British Guiana for himself, his wife and
children (if any), not exceeding five
persons in all, provided they either ac-
company him to British Guiana or join
him there within twelve months of his
departure for the Colony: (children to
be under 18 years of age, unmarried
and dependent on the officer). A simi-
lar passage concession will be granted,
at Government expense, for the officer
and his family, back to the country from
which he was recruited, on satisfactory
completion of his contract.
9. Applications stating name in full,
date and year of birth, educational
qualifications and experience, and ac-
companied by at least two recent testi-
monials should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission,
General Post Office Building, George-
town, British Guiana, for delivery not
later than the 31st January, 1958.
21st January, 1958.

No. 586.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES,

ADMISSION OP UNDERGRADUATES IN
OCTOBER, 1958.

Applications are invited for admis-
sion to the University College of the
West Indies in October 1958.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY 1958.-(No. 5.)


A number of Open Scholarships, Gov-
ernment Exhibitions and other awards
will be offered in 1958, as a result of the
University College Scholarship Examin-
ation which will be held in each territory
from 24th February to 28th February.
Some candidates for entrance only may
also be asked to write s;ome papers in
the Scholarship Examination.
Candidates may qualify for normal
minimum entrance requirements with
A. Passes in five subjects at the
G.C.E. of which at least two
must be passed at Advanced
Level.
OR
B. Passes in four subjects at the
G.C.E. of which at least three
must be passed at Advanced
Level.
A credit at the Cambridge School
Certificate is equivalent to an Ordinary
Level pass G.C.E. and a pass at Princi-
pal Standard H.S.C. is equivalent to a
pass at Advanced Level G.C.E.
Students wishing to read for an Arts
Degree will be required to have included
English and at least one foreign lan-
guage at the Ordinary or Advanced
G.C.E. Level, or two foreign languages.
Further details about entry require-
ments, Faculty Requirements, Scholar-
ships available and an outline of
courses, may be found in the appropri-
ate pamphlets, which are available from
the Registrar, 1T.C.W.I., or from the
Resident Tutor, Extra-Mural Studies or
the Education Officer in the territories.
The closing date for applications is
January 31, 195S.
Please note that in the Scholarship
Examination 1958 each candidate will
be required to write an Essay Paper or
General Paper and any two of the fol-
lowing subjects irrespective of the
Faculty for which he is applying:
English Literature
Modern History
Greek
Latin
Spanish
French
Pure Mathematics
Applied Mathematics
Pure and Applied Mathematics
Chemistry
I, Physics
Botany
Zoology
Biology
provided however that
(1) Biology is not taken with Botany
or Zoology;
(2) Pure and Applied Mathematics
is not taken with Pure Mathematics or
Applied Mathematics.
24th December, 1957.


No. 28.
TENDERS FOR AUSTIN MOTOR CAR
P. 702.

Tenders are invited for the purchase
of one Austin A40 Motor Car, P 702,
fQrmerly belonging to Dr. F. M. SLAT-
TERY, Senior Medical Officer.
2. The Vehicle may be inspected at
the P.W.D. Compound, Arnos Vale, on
any working day, except Saturday, be-
tween the hours of 8.00 a.m. and 3.00
p.m.
3. The Upset price of this vehicle is
$2,124.00.
4. Tenders which will be received up
to 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday the
22nd January, 1958 must be sealed and
addressed to the Chairman of the Pub-
lic Tenders Committee, Treasury, and
distinctly marked "TENDERS FOR
AUSTIN MOTOR CAR'P. 702".
14th January, 1958. --

No. 35.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN METEOROLOGICAL
SERVICE.
HURRICANE NOMENCLATURE-
1958.

Information has been received from
the U.S. Weather Bureau that the fol-
lowing names will be used for the de-
signation of hurricanes in the Gulf of
Mexico, Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic
Ocean in 1958:
Alma Janice Sherry
Becky Katy Thora
Cleo Lila Udele
Daisy Milly Virgy
Ella Nola Wilna
Fifi Orchid Xrae
Gerda Portia Yurith
Helene Queeny Zorna
Ilsa Rena
14th January, 1958.

No. 49.
LEGISLATION.
The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 1.-Proclaiming Tues-
day, the 4th day of February, 1958,
to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony.
21st January, 1958.

No. 50.
BANK HOLIDAY.

By virtue of a Proclamation issued
with this Gazette (S.R. & 0. No. 1),
Tuesday, the 4th day of February, 1958,













26 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY, 1958.-- No. 5.)


being a Bank Holiday, all Public Offices
will be closed on that day.
By Command,
G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
21st January, 1958.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

MEDICAL REGISTRATION
NOTICE.

The under-mentioned person has this
day been registered as a Midwife:-

Medical Name Residence
District

II North AKERS, Troumaca
Catherine Rebecca

G- LISLE FRASER.


send a return form to anyone
and that a person is not exonerated
from the statutory liability of making
a return even though a form may not
have been received from the Depart-
ment. Forms may be obtained, on ap-
plication, at the Revenue Offices at
Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia and
Union Island, or in any other district
from the Police Station situate therein,
or from the Income Tax Office, Kings-
town, where any person requiring in-
formation in connection therewith is in-
vited to enquire.
4. Where officers are in receipt of
income other than salaries, the form
should include particulars thereof and
should be accompanied by the necessary
supporting statements.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Inland Revenue Officer.
INLAND REVENUE OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
14th January, 1958.


TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.


Acting Medical Registrar. Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
17th January, 1958. that the latest date for the submission of
(M. 4/1950.) Income Tax Returns for assessment in
the year 1958 is the 31st March, and
S- that failure to give notice of charge-
INCOME TAX NOTICES. ability is an offence against the Income
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
TO GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. concerned liable to a fine not exceeding
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
All Government Officers are hereby DOLLARS.
reminded that the latest date for the 2. Every person whose income accru-
submission of Income Tax Returns for ing in, derived from the Colony or else-
assessment in the year 1958 is the 31st where and whether received in the
January, and that failure to give notice Colony or not for the preceding year,
of chargeability is an offence against exceeded the statutory limit of $480.00
the Income Tax Ordinance, rendering is required to submit a return in the
the person concerned liable on convic- prescribed form notwithstanding that on
tion to a fine not exceeding SEVEN account of approved deductions no tax
HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS. may eventually be chargeable, and
2. EVERY PERSON whose income particular attention is directed to the
accruing in, derived from the Colony or fact that the term "income" is deemed
elsewhere and whether received in the to include not only money but also al-
Colony or not for the preceding year, lowances in kind.
exceeded the statutory limit of $500.00 3. Efforts are being made to send
is required' to submit a return on the blank forms to such persons. It is to be
prescribed form notwithstanding that clearly understood, however, that the
on account of approved deductions no I Income Tax Department is under no
tax may eventually be chargeable, and obligation to send a return form to any-
particular attention is directed to the one and that a person is not exonerated
fact that the term "Income" is deemed from the statutory liability of making a
to include not only money but also al- return even though a form may not have
lowances in kind. been received from the Department.
3. Efforts are being made to send Forms may be obtained, on application,
blank return. forms to such per- at the Revenue Offices at Georgetown,
sons through their Heads of Depart- Barrouallie, Bequia and Union Island,
ments. It is to be clearly understood, or in any other district from the Police
however, that the Income Tax De- Station situate therein or from the In-
partment is under no obligation to come Tax Department, Kingstown,













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY 1958.--(No. 5.)


where any person requiring information
in connection therewith is invited to
enquire.
4. The form correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small
traders and from occupiers or cultiva-
tors of land will be supplied on request.
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Inland Revenue Officer.
INLAND REVENUE OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
14th January, 1958.


POLICE NOTICES.

Notice is hereby given that the Chief
of Police has approved of the under-
mentioned for the storage of petroleum.
This notice is issued in accordance
with section 9 (6) of Cap. 180 of the
Laws of St. Vincent.
PARTICULARS.
The building specially erected for the
storage of petroleum by Mr. REGINALD
ASH of Barrouallie, and situated on
open lands adjacent to the Public Bath
at Barrouallie.


The building specially erected for
the storage of petroleum by Mr. AFLICK
HAYNES of Arnos Vale, and situated on
open lands adjacent to the premises of
Mr. KING of Arnos Vale.

C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.

16th January, 1958.
(A 24/1951 VI.)


Regulations made by the Chief of
Police under Section 79 (1) of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordin-
ance, No. 20 of 1940.
Between the hours of 9.15 a.m. and
11.00 a.m. on Tuesday 4th February,
1958, the following road will be closed
to all Vehicles.
BAY STREET, between BEDFORD
STREET and EGMONT STREET.
Police are under directions to enforce
these Regulations during the time they
apply.

C. M. ROBERTS,
Acting Chief of Police.

14th January, 1958.


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 Saturday 1st of February 1958 between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and
2 p.m. at Troumaca Government School.
KINGSTOWN AND SOUTH LEEWARD DISTRICTS.
On Saturday 1st day of February, 1958 between the hours of 7.30-9.00 a.m.
at Layou Police Station and between the hours of 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon at the
Office of the Agricultural Department, Kingstown.
NORTH WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 31st day of January 1958 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
6.00 p.m. at the Georgetown Government School.
CENTRAL WINDWARD.
On Friday 31st day of January, 1958 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
6.00 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, Chap-
mans, Diamond Village, Lowmans, Bridgetown, Biabou and New Prospect.













28 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY, 1958.-(No. 5.)


SOUTH WINDWARD DISTRICT.
On Friday 31st day of January, 1958 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and
6.00 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 Associa-
tion from Mesopotamia, Yambou, Evesham, Carriere, Hopewell and
Richland Park.
Area "B" includes Stubbs, Mt. Pleasant, Calder, Argyle, Brighton,
Belvidere, Enhams, Victoria Village, Glamorgan, Prospect, Diamond,
Choppins, Carapan, Rathomill, Calliaqua, Glen and Golden Vale.
SAINT GEORGE DISTRICT.
On Friday the 31st day of January, 1958, between the hours of 3.30 p.m.
and 6.00 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.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
14th January, 1958.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that under the Local Government Ordinance, the
undermentioned property which was sold for arrears of rates on the 14th
December, 1957, will vest absolutely in the purchaser's name, unless the owner,
or any other person or persons having interest in the property sold, pay into
the Treasury the said Purchase Price plus Ten Percentum thereof before the
expiration of three (3) months from the date of sale.


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent,
8th January, 1958.


Name of Owner
or Occupier

Sancho, Henrietta


Situation of
Property


A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Accountant General.


Description of Property


Amount sold
for


Layou One house and one house spot $8.50


AMENDMENT TO CONTROL NOTICE.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 31 dated 25th May, 1955, it is
hereby notified for general information
that permits will not be granted for the
importation of any meat and meat pro-
ducts (save corned beef in tins) from
the Low Countries, namely, Holland,
Denmark, Belgium, France and Luxem-
burg.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Controller of Supplies.

13th January, 1958.


ST. VINCENT COTTON GINNERY.

PURCHASE OF SEA ISLAND SEED
COTTON.

The Advance to be paid by the St.
Vincent Cotton Ginnery on Sea Island
Seed Cotton purchased on the Co-opera-
tive System for the Crop 1957/58 has
been fixed as follows:
WHITE .. 24c. per lb.
STAINED .. 4c.
J. L. EUSTACE
Manager.
7th January, 1958.


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KINx TOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDE

1958, No. 1. M,

(Gazetted 21st January, 1958).

BY THE ADMINISTRATOR. '<-"^- -

A PROCLAMATION.

[ L.S. ]

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.

WHEREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is
enacted that it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council from time to time,
by Proclamation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as a Bank '
Holiday throughout the Colony:
Now TH1EREFORE I do, with the advice of the Executive Council, and pursuant
to the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance, hereby appoint Tuesday,
the 4tn day of February, 1958, to be observed as Bank Holiday throughout the
Colony.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent at
the Government Office in the said Island this 21st day of January in
the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-eight and
in the Sixth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty QUEEN ELIZABETH
THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

(Conf. 13/1957).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.

1958. [ Price 4 cents. 1


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