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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Publication Date: March 4, 1958
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

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VoL. 91.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958. [No. 14.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 110.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.
It is notified for general information that there will be a meeting of the
Legislative Council at the Council Chamber, Kingstown, on Thursday,
6th March, 1958, at 10.00 a.m.
The Order of the Day of this meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
25th February, 1958.
No. 118. No. 120.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT. SUGAR INDUSTRY LABOUR WELFARE
COMMITTEE.
His Excellency the Governor has COMMITTEE.
been pleased to approve the confirma- With reference to Gazette Notice
tion of Mr. C. A. ELLIs in the post of No. 327 of 31st July, 1956, Mr. LEROY
Superintendent of Prisons, St. Vincent, COMMISSIONG has been appointed a
with effect from 1st February, 1957. Member of the Sugar Industry Labour
4th March, 1958. Welfare Committee as a representative
(P.F. 375.) of workers for the period 1st February,
1958, to 20th July, 1958, vice the Hon-
No. 119. ourable E. T. JOSHUA.
APPOINTMENTS.
APPOINTMENTS. 4th March, 1938.
MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE, LEWIS (B. 25/1950.)
PUNNETT HOME FOR THE
AGED POOR.
In accordance with clause 4 of the No. 121.
Third Schedule to the Lewis Punnett: VACATION LEAVE.
Endowment Ordinance (No. 5 of 1954)
the following person has been appointed Dr. H. A. MUNRO, Physician, Colonial
to serve as a member of the Manage- Hospital, has been granted 217 days
ment Committee of the Lewis Punnett vacation leave with effect from 1st
Home for the Aged Poor: February, 1958.
Mrs. G. H. EDMUNDS. 4th March, 53.
4th4th Marcharch, 1958..
4th March, 1958.
(D. 3/1954.) (P.F. 249.)


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No. 122. ree 'passges by the cheapest and
Mr. MILTON MORGAN,: Junior 1Cerk, m'it direct. route would be provided on
Public Works Department, has -been appomtumeut for the officer, his wife and
granted 6 months 24 days vacation .dependent children, up to a maximum
leave with effect from 20th February, of five persons in all.
1958. Vheation leave will be granted at the
4th March, 1958. rate; of 45 days per annum.
4th March, 1958. Leave passages will be provided, not
(P.F. 473.) exceeding the cost of three adult return
passages to the United Kingdom after
No. 123 a minimum tour of not less than four
WEST INDIAN PUBLICATIONS. years.
Free medical attention will not be
The West Indian Publications Regu- provided, but cost of operative treat-
lations, 1958, were made on 13th ment, X-ray examination and bacterio-
January, 1958, and have been published logical services for the officer himself
in the Legal supplement of The West would be met, .
Indies Gazette Vol. 1, No. 7, dated 31st Subsistence allowance payable 'at the
January, 1958. These Regulations re- approved rate when travelling on duty.
quire inter alia that, within one month Applicants should submit one up-to-
after publication, one copy of each date testimonial and furnish the names
West Indian publication be supplied of two referees including if possible
for the purpose of establishing and one resident in the Caribbean to whom
maintaining a Federal Library of all they have been known for- at least -hree
West Indian publications and one copy years.
to the Library of the University College Candidates should -address their ap-
of The West Indies. plications to the Federal Secretary, 29
The public, and especially printers, Maratal Road, Whitehall, Port of
are hereby requested to carefully note Spain, Trinidad, not later than Slst
these Regulations, and to co-operate by March, 1958.
submitting to the above mentioned Applications from persons already in
Libraries the required copies of all Government Service should be sub-
publications made by them, excluding mitted through and with the approval
Trade Advertisements, tickets, time- of their respective Governments.


tables, tracts and calendars.
4th March, 1958.
(W. 23/1956.)

No. 124.
VACANT POST.

LIBRARIAN-FEDERAL SUPREME COURT.

Applications are invited for the post
of Librarian at the Central Registry of
the Federal Supreme Court with salary
in the scale $3,600 x $120-$4,080 x
$240-$4,800.
Candidates are required to hold a
professional qualification in librarian-
ship with special training and experi-
ence in law libraries.
Candidates having a degree in Arts
or Law or other special qualifications or
experience will be given special consid-
eration for appointment above the
minimum of the salary scale.
The duties will entail the assembling
of a basic collection of the leading legal
text books and law reports and the car-
ing for, cataloguing and indexing of all
the books and, of his own initiative, im-
proving and keeping the law library up-
to-date.
General Conditions of Service.
In the case of persons recruited from
outside Trinidad, quarters will be pro-
vided at a rental of 10% of salary; if
heavy basic furniture is required this
will be at 5% per annum of the value
of the furniture.


4th March, 1958.


No. 125.
ADVERTISEMENT.

TEMPORARY SHORTHAND WRITERS FOR
FEDERAL LEGISLATURE.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for temporary
posts of shorthand writers for the Fed-
eral Houses of Legislature for a period
of from 4 to 8 weeks beginning 15th
April, 1958 on the following terms:
(a) Qualifications. Candidates must
be able to take verbatim notes
accurately at a rate of not less
than 160 words per minute and
will be expected to produce proof
of such ability. They should
preferably .be practising high
speed shorthand writers.
(b) Hours of work. These will de-
pend largely on the hours of
sitting of- -the Legislature. The
House of Representatives is ex-
pected to sit from 2.30 p.m. to
10.30 p.m. daily from Monday to
Thursday. Normal hours of
work may therefore be expected
to be from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. (i.e.
half-hour after the Legislature
adjourns) from Monday to
Thursday weekly, 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. on Fridays and 9 a.m. to
12 noon on Saturdays with ap-
propriate breaks for meals.












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(c) Remuneration. $400.00 for the
first month and $100.00 per week
for every week thereafter. Only,
in respect of persons recruited.
from outside of Trinidad and
who are not normally resident iri
Trinidad, a special living allonwi.
ance of $40.00 per week will b
paid. The Federal authorities
will assist such. persons to find
-accommodation in Port-of-Spain;
(d) Termination of employment. On4
week's notice by either side at
any time after the expiration of
the first 3 weeks.
(e) Duties. Under the general super-
vision of the Clerk of the Legisi
lature or his authorised repreL
sentative, successful candidates,
will be required to take full
verbatim notes of the entire pro-
ceedings of the Legislature fot
15 successive minutes in each
hour and to dictate such notes at
typing speed directly to a typist
They will also be required to
take such other shorthand notes
as the clerk may from time to
time direct. (All notes of pro-
ceedings of the Legislature must
be typed, edited by appropriate'
officers of the legislature, printed4
and laid within 72-and' occa-
sionally 24-hours of the end of
that day's sittings).
(f) Bond. Successful candidates will
be required to enter into a bond
in the sum of $100.00 for the
satisfactory performance of theit
duties.
2. Applications stating age and ex.-
perience and accompanied by not more
than one testimonial from a recent em-
ployer along with the names of two
referees should be addressed to the
Federal Secretary, Federal Headquar-
ters, Whitehall, Maraval Road, Port-
of-Spain, Trinidad, so as to reach
him not later than 10th March, 1958.
4th March, 1958.

No. 126.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
(BRITISH GUIANA).

VACANCY FOR SCHOOL MEDICAL OFFICER

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for appointment
as School Medical Officer, Medical De-
partment (British Guiana).
2. Appointment and Salary: The
post is pensionable but appointment
under contract for three years in thb
first instance can be arranged. Salary
is at the fixed rate of $7,200 peti


annum. The appointment will be sub-
ject to medical fitness for service,
and the officer will be subject to
the rules and the General Orders of the
Government, and to Colonial Regula-
tions.
For pensionable appointment the
officer will be required to serve a pro-
bationary period of two years, and on
the satisfactory completion of probation-
ary service the officer will be eligible
for confirmation in his appointment.
If appointment is on contract, a
gratuity is payable at six monthly
periods or in a single lump sum at the
end of contract, calculated at the rate of
221/2% of salary for each completed
period of three months' service. If the
gratuity is paid in a single lump sum,
leave would earn gratuity.
3. Duties:
(i) To conduct surveys and rou-
tine medical inspections of
elementary school children
with a view to the detection of
defects and the correction of
those that are remediable.
(ii) To educate teachers, parents,
and children in matters per-
taining to health, with special
emphasis on child health.
(iii) To give lectures and demon-
strations on health matters to
the general public.
(iv) To inspect school buildings
and the school environment
generally.
(v) To take effective measures to
prevent the spread of com-
municable diseases at school.
(vi) To give instruction to student
nurses in health visiting and
school nursing.
(vii) To perform such other duties
which the Director of Medical
Services may from time to
time prescribe.
4. Qualifications:
(i) Degrees or Diplomas in Medi-
cine and Surgery registrable
in the United Kingdom.
(ii) At least 3 years' experience as
a medical practitioner.
The Diploma in Public Health is
desirable, but not essential.
5. Age: Candidates should not 'be
over 40 years old on the 15th March,
1958, for pensionable appointments, but
this age-limit is not applicable to Public
Officers.
6. Leave and Leave Passages will be
granted in accordance with General
Orders.
7. Applications stating name, date
of birth, qualifications and experience
and accompanied by two recent testimo-












82 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


nials (not applicable to Public Officers)
should be addressed to the Chief Estab-
lishment Officer, Public Buildings,
Georgetown, British Guiana, to reach
him not later than the 15th March, 1958.
Public Officers should submit their ap-
plications not later than 8th March
1958 to the Heads of Departments for
transmission to the Chief Establish-
ment Officer. Applications received
after these dates will not be considered.
4th March, 1958.


No. 114.
It is notified for general information
that a limited number of copies of The
West Indies (Federation) Order-in-
Council are obtainable at Government
Office, Kingstown, at 48 cents per copy.
25th February, 1958.

No. 127.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Budget Addresses delivered by
His Honour the Administrator and
the Hlonourable Financial Secretary to
the Legislative Council St. Vincent,
on the 10th February, 1958, are
published with this issue of the
Gazette.
By Command,
G. LISLE FRASER,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
4th March, 1958.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

WATER NOTICE.

The Public is hereby reminded that
within recent months there has been a
shortage of water which has been
intensified by drought.
2. All persons are therefore re-
quested to exercise the greatest caution
in the use of water so as to conserve
whatever is available.
3. It has come to the notice of the
Public Works Department that persons
are using water from the Distribution
System for commercial irrigation pur-
poses. This is a contravention of the
\Water Ordinance and legal action will
be taken against offenders.
4. The use of garden hoses is pro-
hibited until further notice.
5. At standpipes, the practices of
watering animals, washing clothes, bath-
ing and allowing the standpipes to run
after receptacles for collection of water


are full, are all offences punishable un-
der the Water Ordinance.
6. The public is therefore requested
to cooperate with the Department in its
efforts to minimise the waste of water
during this period of shortage.
R. G. SMITH,
Superintendent of Works.
1st March, 1958.

INCOME TAX NOTICE.
TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.


Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission of
Income Tax Returns for assessment in
the year 1958 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an offence against the Income
Tax Ordinance, rendering the person
concerned liable to a fine not exceeding
SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS.
2. Every person whose income accru-
ing in, derived from the Colony or else-
where and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480.00
is required to submit a return in the
prescribed form notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and
particular attention is directed to the
fact that the term "income" is deemed
to include not only money but also al-
lowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Income Tax Department is under no
obligation to send a return form to any-
one 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 Department.
Forms may be obtained, on application,
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 In-
come Tax Department, Kingstown,
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 Rcvcnue Officer.
INLAND REVENUE OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
14th January, 1958.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


FEDERAL ELECTIONS, 1958.



CHANGE OF POLLING STATIONS.

SOUTH WINDWARD.


Polling Division No. 6-Akers Hill-Calder-Rescue Village. The Polling
Station No. 6 originally located at Mr. HAMILTON HENRY'S HOUSE at
Calder has now been changed to the CALDER GOVERNMENT SCHOOL. The
Polling Station No. 6a originally located at Mr. AARON THOMAS' HOUSE
at Calder has now been changed to the CALDER GOVERNMENT SCHOOL
also.
4th March, 1958.


Set out below are names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing the
respective Polling Stations to which they have been appointed to officiate on
Polling Day for the forthcoming Elections.

NORTH LEEWARD.


Polling Station Number I Location. Presiding Officer.
and Name.


Poll Clerk.


1. Land Settlement Pay
Office
la. Land Settlement
Ranger's House
2. Methodist Schcol ......
3. .Land Settlement Store
House
4. Methodist Building ......
5. Troumaca Gov. School
6. Westwood Methodist
School
7. Methodist School
8. Police Station
8a. Mrs. L. Jackson's Hall
9. Anglican School (In-
fant Department)
9a. Anglican School
(Senior Dept.)


Richmond Vale Mr. H. Morris Mrs. A. Edwards

Richmond Vale | Mr. A. Dennie Miss S. Samuel
Chateaubelair | Mr. C. L. John Miss H. Hadaway

Petit Bordel Mr. A. Lawrence Mrs. E. Coombs
Rose Hall :Mr. R. Bascombe Mr. M. Ferdinan
Troumaca Mr. B. Marshall Mr. E. Sutherlan


Westwood
Spring
Barrouallie
Barrouallie


Mr. E. Scott
Mr. L. Anthony
Mr. M. Scott
I Mr. J. Anthony


Barrouallie Mr. J. Isaacs

Barrouallie Mr. C. T. King


d
d


Miss E. Iton
Mr. E. DeRiggs
Miss E. Findlay
Mr. C. Francis

Mr. 0. Peters

Mrs. E. Fox


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 1. One will
be at the Land Settlement Pay Office and the other at the Land Settlement
Ranger's House. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames
begin with the letters A to J must vote at the Land Settlement Pay Office which
is polling station No. I and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters
K to Y must vote at the Land Settlement Ranger's House which is polling station
No. 1 A.

2. Th:ei w-ill be tv.-o polling stations in polling division No. 8. One will be at
the Barrouallie Police Station and the other at Mrs. L. Jackson's Hall. Persons
registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A to I
must vote at the Barrouallie Police Station which is polling station No. 8, and
those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to W must vote at Mrs.
L. Jackson's Hall which is polling station No. 8 A.

3. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 9. One will be
at the Barrouallie Anglican School (Infant Department) and the other at the
Barrouallie Anglican School (Senior Department). Persons registered in this
polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A to I must vote at
Barrouallie Anglican School (Infant Department) which is polling station No. 9
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to W must vote at
the Barrouallie Anglican School (Senior Department) which is polling station
No. 9 A.













84 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


SOUTH LEEWARD.


Polling Station Number
and Name.


Location.


Presiding Officer.


1. Government School ......

la. Govt. Dispensary .

2. Police Station
3. Messrs. J. Punnett's
Cotton Building ......
4. Government School ......

5. Govt. Dispensary
6. Mr. Charles Alexan-
der's former shop......
7. Government School ......
8. Govt. Dispensary ......
9. Mr. Hackett's
Residence
10. Mr. Gerald Pollard's
Residence


Layou

Layou

Layou


Cane
Hope


Grove


Retreat

Chauncey
Questelles
Camden Park

Lowmans


Edinboro


Mr. Reuben Jef-
fers
Mr. L. Mason

Mr. G. Isaacs

Mr. E. Gamble
Mrs. M. DeCor-
teau
Mr. J. Browne

Miss Rosa Maule
Miss G. Stephen
Mr. A. Jack

Mr. C. Lewis

Mrs. M. Dublin


Miss V. Lewis

Mrs. V. Douglas

Miss E. Patrick

Mr. A. Griffith
Mrs. D. Robertson

Miss D. Grant

Miss C. Marshall
Mrs. V. John
Miss R. Hunt

Mrs. I. Gerrick

Mr. C. Debique


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 1. One will
be at Layou Government School and the other will be at Layou Dispensary.
Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters
A to J must vote at the Layou Government School which is polling station No. 1,
and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must vote at the
Layou Government Dispensary which is polling station No. 1 A.


KINGSTOWN.


Polling Station Number
and Name.

1. Nurses' Home
la. Nurses' Home
2. Girl Guide Hut

2a. Mrs. Amy Corea's
Residence
3. Mrs. Iona Soleyn's
Residence

3a. Mrs. T. M. Saunder's
Residence
4. Government School ......
5. Public Library (Up-
Stairs)
6. Court House

7. Youth Centre Hut
8. Anglican School
9. Sanitary Department


Location. Presiding Officer.


Montrose
Montrose
Kingstown
Park

Montrose

Paul Over

Murray Road

Richmond Hill


Kingstown
Kingstown

Kingstown
Kingstown
Kingstown


Mr. G. V. Bonadie
Mr. L. E. Anderson
Mr. S. F. Peters


Poll Clerk.


Mr. A. Morgan
Mr. G. Roberts
Mrs. C. Venner


Mr. G. V. Douglas Miss J. Corea


Mr. C. Adams

Mr. N. R. Cum-
mings
Mr. R. Jarvis

Mr. S. E. McKie
Miss B. Richards

Mr. A. E. Edwards
Mr. T. P. Ballah
Miss L. Hendrick-
son


Mr. L. Collymore

Mr. H. De Roch6

Miss P. Guy

Mr. T. A. Paynter
Mr. K. Cunning-
ham
Mr. R. Ferdinand
Mr. J. Williams
Mr. 0. T. Ashton


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 1. One will
be at the Nurses' Home-Montrose-Kitchen section and the other will be at the
Nurses' Home-Montrose-Dormitory section. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to I must vote at the Kitchen
section which is polling station No. 1, and those persons whose surnames begin
with the letters J to Y must vote at the Dormitory section which is polling station
No. 1 A.


Poll Clerk.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


2. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 2. One will be
at the Girl Guide Hut-Kingstown Park and the other will be at Mrs. Amy Corea's
Residence-Montrose. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames
begin with the letters A to I must vote at the Girl Guide Hut which is polling
station No. 2, and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to Y
must vote at Mrs. Amy Corea's residence which is polling station No. 2 A.

3. There will 7-c two Polling Stations in Polling Division No. 3. One will be
at Mrs. Iona Soleyn's Residence-Paul Over and the other will be at Mrs. T. M.
Saunder's residence-Murray Road. Persons registered in this polling division
whose surnames begin with the letters A to I must vote at Mrs. Iona Soleyn's
residence which is polling station No. 3, and those persons whose surnames begin
with the letters J to Y must vote at Mrs. T. M. Saunder's Residence which is
polling station No. 3 A.


ST. GEORGE.


Polling Station Number I
and Name.


Location. Presiding Officer.


1. Dorsetshire Hill Gov-
ernment School
2. Government School ......
3. Mr. John Govia's
Dance Hall
4. Mr. Christopher King's
House
4a. Mr. Vernon Cyrus'
House
5. Police Station
5a. Friendly Society
6. Government School ......
7. Bertram King's
Dance Hall
8. Mr. McDonald Wil-
liams' Christian
Pilgrim Building ......


Dorsetshire
Hill
Gomea

Belmont

Belvidere

Belvidere
Calliaqua
Calliaqua
Belair

Arnos Vale


Sion Hill


8a. Mrs. Ash's House ...... Kingstown


Mr. L. Brereton

Mrs. V. John

Mr. G. Edwards

Mr. W. Phillips


--.
1Lr
I r.
Mr.


G. H. Jack
J. Dougan
C. Noel
E. Israel


Miss A. Millington

Mr. A. Allen

Mr. P. Scott

Mr. N. Marksman

Mr. V. Adams
Mr. D. Williams
Mr. E. Alexander
Mr. D. Walker


Mr. V. Crichton IMr. A. Lewis


Mr. A. Sales Mr. C. Sales

Hill Mr. Kevin De- Mr. Percy Sealey
Freitas


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 4. One will
be at Mr. Christopher King's House-Belvidere and the other will be at Mr. Vernon
Cyrus' House-Belvidere. Persons registered in this polling division whose sur-
names begin with the letters A to J must vote at Mr. Christopher King's House
which is polling station No. 4, and those persons whose surnames begin with the
letters K to Y must vote at Mr. Vernon Cyrus' House which is polling station
No. 4 A.

2. There will be two polling stations at polling division No. 5. One will be
at the Calliaqua Police Station and the other will be at the Calliaqua Friendly
Society Lodge. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin
with the letters A to J must vote at the Calliaqua Police Station which is Polling
Station No. 5, and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to Y must
vote at the Calliaqua Friendly Society Lodge which is polling station No. 5 A.

3. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 8. One will be
at Mr. McDonald Williams' Christian Pilgrim Building-Sion Hill and the other
will be at Mrs. Ash's House-Kingstown Hill. Persons registered in this polling
division whose surnames begin with the letters A to J must vote at Mr. McDonald
Williams' Christian Pilgrim Building which is polling station No. 8, and those
persons whose surnames begin with the letters K to W must vote at Mrs. Ash's
House which is polling station No. 8 A.


Poll Clerk.













86 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


SOUTH WINDWARD.


Polling Station Number
and Name.


Location. Presiding Officer.


1. Mr. Roy Browne's
House ...... Carriere
2. Mrs. Augustus
Browne's Shop ...... Freeland
3. Mrs. Edward Lewis'
Shop ...... Upper Rich-
land Park
4. Government School ...... Richland Park

5. Public Library ...... Mesopotamia
6. Government School ...... Calder
6a. Government School ...... Calder
7. Methodist School ...... Evesham
8. Mr. Fenton Boyea's
House ...... Enhams
9. Police Station ...... Stubbs
10. Government School ...... Stubbs


Mr. A. Drayton

Mr. T. A. Browne

Mr. W. Bacchus

Mr. Egbert
Samuel
Mr. C. Browne
Mr. J. Greaves
Mr. B. Lewis
Mr. A. Drayton

Mr. A. Jocelyn
Mr. W. Alexander
Mr. D. John


Poll Clerk.



Mr. E. Clarke

Mr. G. Bailey

Mr. W. Bennett

Mr. E. Baynes

Mr. E. Paul
Mr. H. Henry
Mr. E. Grant
Mr. D. Gaynes

Miss H. Jack
Miss H. Guy
Miss G. Adams


NOTE: There will be two polling stations in Folling Division No. 6 both of
which will be situate at the Government School-Calder. Persons registered in
this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A to K must vote at
Polling Station No. 6 and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters
L to Y must vote at Polling Station No. 6 A at the said Government School.







CENTRAL WINDWARD.


Polling Station Number Location. Presiding Officer.
and Name.

1. Methodist School ...... South Rivers Mr. H. C. James


Poll Clerk.


Mr. E. Richardson


2. Mr. Daniel D'Andrad's
Residence ...... Park Hill

2a. Mr. Martin Medica's
Residence ...... Park Hill

3. Police Station ...... Colonarie

4. Infant School ...... Diamond

5. Methodist School ...... New Grounds

6. Anglican School ...... Lowmans Wd.

6a. Dispensary ...... Lowmans Wd.

7. Government School ...... Greggs

8. Joseph Gilchrist's
Residence ...... Bridgetown

9. Police Station ...... Biabou

9a. Methodist School ...... Biabou


Mr. W. Ryan


Mr. G. Glasgow


IMr. H. Dai

Mr. Roy Ki

Mr. L. Dick

Mr. J. Woo

Mr. W. Chi

Mr. G. Mor


Mr. 0. Chr

Mr. H. Sho

Mr. Kelvin
S


sley

ng

sons

ds

arles

ris


ist'j-
pher
rtte


.hortte


Mrs. D. Ryan


Mrs. V. Crighton

Mr. C. Bailey

Mr. C. Gittens

Mr. A. Roberts

Miss I. Morris

Mr. D. Boyea

Mr. B. Smart


Mrs. E. Williams

Miss F. Harry

Mr. C. Daniel


NOTE: There will be two Polling Stations in polling division No. 2. One will
be at Mr. Daniel D'Andrad's Residence at Park Hill and the other will be at Mr.
Martin Medica's Residence at Park Hill. Persons registered in this polling












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


division whose surnames begin with the letters A to I, must vote at Mr. Daniel
D'Andrad's Residence which is polling station No. 2, and those persons whose
surnames begin with the letters J to Y must vote at Mr. Martin Medica's Residence
which is polling station No. 2 A.

2. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 6. One will be
at Lowmans 'Windward Anglican School and the other will be at the Lowmans
Windward Dispensary. Persons registered in this polling division whose sur-
names begin with the letters A to I must vote at the Lowmans Windward Anglican
School which is polling station No. 6, and those persons whose surnames begin
with the letters J to Y must vote at Lowmans Windward Dispensary which is
polling station No. 6 A.

3. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 9. One will be
at the Biabou Police Station and the other will be at the Biabou Methodist School.
Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters
A to H must vote at the Biabou Police Station which is polling station No. 9, and
those persons whose surnames begin with the letters J to Y must vote at the
Biabou Methodist School which, is polling station No. 9 A.










NORTH WINDWARD.


Polling Station Number Location.
and Name.


Presiding Officer. i


1. Estate House

2. Government Dispen
sary
2a. Police Station

3. Estate House

4. Infant School

5. Estate Plantation
Office
6. Government School

7. Methodist School

8. Police Station

8a. Progress Hall


...... Owia

1-
...... Sandy Bay
...... Sandy Bay

...... Orange Hill

...... Chapmans Vil-
lage

...... Mt. Bentinck
...... Georgetown

...... Dicksons

...... Georgetown

...... Georgetown


C. Anglican School ...... Byera


19. Roman Catholic
School


...... Colonarie


Mrs. Augusta
Beach


Mr.
Mr.

Mr.

Mr.


Mr. C. Daniel


Richard John Mr. J. Daniel
G. Stephens Mrs. S. Daniel

J. Harry Mr. E. Morris

Alfred Dublin Miss A. Phillip


Miss C. Campbell Miss H. Duncan
Mr. P. Sutton Mr. L. Scrubb

Mr. Alban Henry Miss V. James

Mr. M. E. Cuffy Mr. T. Sutherland

Miss V. Gatherer Miss L. Thomas

Mr. Kernel Warri- Mr. P. Burke
can

Mr. Charles Best Miss T. Cuffy


NoiT: There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 2. One will
be at the Government Dispensary-Sandy Bay-and the other will be at the Police
Station, Sandy Bay. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames
begin with the letters A to G must vote at the Government Dipoznsary which is
polling station No. 2, and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters
H to W must vote at the Police Etaticn which is polling station No. 2 A.

2. There will be two polling stations in polling division No. 8. One '-i.] be
at the Police Station at Georgetown and the other will be at the Progress Hall at
Georgetown. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin
with the letters A to K must vote at the Georgetown Police Station which is polling
station No. 8 and those persons whose surnames begin with the letters L to Y must
vote at the Progress Hall which is polling station No. 8 A.


Poll Clerk.












88 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


'THE GREkADINE8.


Polling Station Numbe~


Polling Station Numbe
and Name.

1. The Couit Rodom


Location. Presiding Oficer.


...... Prt Elizabeth Mr.


2. Mr. Edric Harris'
Residence ...... Ocir

3. Mr. Edmund Phillips'
New House ...... Belmont

4. Govertinmrit SchoOl .... Paget Farm

4a. Police Statioh ...... Paget Farm

5. Government School ...... Mustique

6. Government School ...... Canouan

7. Government School ...... Mayreau

8. Court Room, Revenue
Office .... Union Island

9. Government School ...... Union Island


Mr.


Mr.

Mr.

Mr.

Mr.

Mr.
Mr.


C. Simmons


Poll Clerk.


Miss A. Jarvis


M. Mckerizie Mr. St. E. Nailtori


H. Robertson

C. fazell

S. Burke

C. Eute

C. Charles

K. Gibson


Mr. C. Blugh

Mr. L. Browne


Miss M. James

Miss it. Cozier

Mr. t. Providence

Mr. J. Thompson

Mr. A. Cupid

Mrs. E. Gibson


Mr. D. McTair

Mr. F. Cottle


NOTE: There will bie two Pll]irig Stations in polling division No. 4. One will
be at the Government School Paget Farm and the other will be at the Police
Station at Paget Farm. Persons registered in this polling divisoiri whose surnames
begin with the letters A to K must vote at the Government School at Paget Farm
which is polling station No. 4, and those persons whose surnames begin with the
letters L t6 W must vote at the Police Station at Paget Farm, which is polling
station No. 4 A.








Election letks.

The undermentioned persons have been appointed as Election. Clerks for the
purpose of the Legislative Cduficil (Elections) Ordinance No. 13 of 1951.


Name of Officer.


Mr. J. A. Ferdinahd

Mr. C. H. Ctraker

Mt. C. C. Samuel

Mr. George Dougan

Mr. C. F. Browne

Mr. E. W. Ballah

Mr. T. M. Velox

Mr. D. A. Niles

Mr. E. H. Laborde


District.


North Leeward

South Leeward

...... Kingstown

...... St. George

Sduth Windward

...... Central Windward

North Windward

...... The Grenadiries

The Grenadines


Address.


Rose Hall

Questelles

Kingstown

Rathb Mill

Stubbs

Biabou

Georgetown

Bequia

Union Island


r











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No: 14.)


Final Cduniting of Votes.
The final counting of votes will take place dh the day following polling day at
the undertlentibned building, beginning at 8.00 a.im.


Narhe of Officer. District. Address


Mr. F. E. Williams ...... Colony of Saint Vincent Court House-Kingstown

J. V. ALVES,
Supervisor of Elections.
3rd March, 1958.


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

FEDERAL COMMEMORATIVE STAMPS

A new issue of stamps to commemo-
rate the inauguration of the Federal
Legislature in Triniidad will be re-
leased for sale at the General Post
Office, Kingstown, and at all District
Post Offices on Tuesday 22nd April,
1958. The issue will comprise 3 values
only: 3 cents, 6 ceilts, and 12 cents.

P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Colonial Postmaster.
25th February, 1958.


NOTICE.


By Authority of the Local Govcrnment
Ordinance, No. 17 of 1951.

APPEALS AGAINST ASSESSME3'T.

The Mdgistrate of the undermen-
tioned Districts will hold Special
Sessions for the purpose of, hearing
appeals, bf which h legal notice shall have
been given, against assessments made by
the Clerks of the linderineilioned urbah
districts at the times and places follow-
iiig :--

FIRST DISTRICT.
LAYOU: On Thursday the 20th day
of March, 1958, at 11 a.m.

DARROUALLIE: On Monday the
10tih day of March, 1958, at 11 a.m.

CIIATEAU3ELAIR: On Monday
the 24th day of March, 1958 at
11 a.m.

SECOND DISTRICT.
CALLIAQUA: On Tuesday the 25th
day of March, 1958 at 11 a.m.

GEORGETOWN: On Friday the
28th day of March, 1958 at 11 a.m.


THIRD DISTRICT.
PORT ELIZABETH: On Wednes-
day the 5th day of March, 1958 at
11 a.m.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Magistrate.
Magistrate 's Office.
Kingstown,
8th February, 1958.


CUSTOMS iTIcE.

It is hereby notified that the under-
mentioned articles which have been for-
feited for a breach of Section 90,
Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent will
be sold by Public Auction at H.M. Cus-
toms, Kingstown, at 10.00 a.m. on Fri-
day 28th March, 1958.
W.B.- 2 Tins Unsweetened
Biscuits
1 Tin Sweet Biscuits
1 Gasket
1 Pail containing:
8 lb. Currants &
Raisins
3 pkgs. Confectionery
3 cartons Anchor
Special Cigarettes
1 pair Child's Shoes.
1 boat 13' x 4' 5" x 1' 10"
C.Y.- 1 pkg. containing:
12 cartons Anchor
Special Cigarettes.
1 Box containing:
Old Clothing
18 cakes & 2 bars
Common Soap
4 yards Flannel &
11/2 yards Twieed
Cloth
1 bottle kola Tohic
2 Boys' Jerseys.
1 boat 13'3" x 4'5" x 1'10"

JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise.
H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
21st February, 1958.












90 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, NO. 11 OF 1948.

It is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Liquor
Licensing Session will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose
of hearing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the
granting of Certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor Licences
Ordinance, No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated hereunder:-


Parish.
St. George & St. Andrew



Charlotte



St. Patrick



St. David


Time and Place of Session.
At the Court House, Kingstown on
Thursday the 13th day of March, 1958
at 9.15 a.m.

At the Court House, Georgetown on
Friday the 14th day of March, 1958
at 9.15 a.m.

At the Court House, Barrouallie on
Monday the 10th day of March, 1958
at 9.15 a.m.

At the Court House, Chateaubelair on
Monday the 24th day of March, 1958
at 9.15 a.m.


Notices of intention w oppose the grant of any Certificates, stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not later than seven days before the day fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Sessions.
C. E. RAWLE,
Magistrate.


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES AND TRANSFERS.


Parish Names of Applicants Occupation


St. George & Owen Adams Shopkeeper
St. Andrew -scar Barnwell do.
Gabriel W. Forde do.

Club De Vincent Membership
Club
Adeline McLean Shopkeeper
(Mrs.)
Aibertina Matthews do.
Leon O'Garro do.
Richard do.
Trimmingham
Rupert Jack do.


Charlotte .....


St. Patrick

St. David .....


Tcnathan Nichols
,uby Paynter
Lawrence Lampkin
?eter N. Daniel
Toy Liverpool
Joseph Anderson

May Dublin


do.
Proprietress
Shopkeeper
do.
do.
do.

do.


Residence


Belair
New Montrose
Bay Street
Kingstown
do.

Upper Stubbs

Victoria Village
Prospect
Richmond Hill

Chauncey
Village
Kingstown Park
do.
Lowmans Wd.
Yiew Grounds
3-eorgetown
3arrouallie

'hateaubelair


Situation of
Premises

Belair
New Montrose
Bay Street
Kingstown
do.

Upper Stubbs

Victoria Village
Prospect
Richmond Hill

Chauncey
Village
Kingstown Park
do.
Lowmans Wd.
New Grounds
Georgetown
Barrouallie

Chateaubelair


C. E. RAWLE,
Magistrate.


Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown.
22nd February, 1958.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.- (No. 14.)


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX DEFAULTERS.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance", their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for'sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 15th March,
1958, at the Treasury, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes due.

A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown.
21st February, 1958.


Name of Owner or
Occupier

Alexander, Mary
Augustus, Gloriana-
Bacchus, Phillip
Ballantyne, Agatha
Ballantyne, McConnie..
Ballantyne, Naboth
Baptiste, Alfred
Baptiste, Charles
Baptiste, Hamilton
Baptiste, Hubert H.
Baptiste, Iyy
Baptiste, Mildred
Benn, Eleazor
Benn, Ezekiel
Bramble, George
Browne, Alexander
Cato, Phillip
Cato, Royal
Davis, Alma T.
Frank, O'Neal
Glasgow, Thomas
Green, Martha
Harry, Mabel
John, Norval
King, Joseph
Lewis, Maude
Maloney, Janie
MacKenzie, John
Mills, George
Morgan, George
Morgan, Henry
Morgan, John
Morgan, May
Nanton, Alfred
Nanton, George
Nanton, Lucretia
Nanton, Luthel
Nanton, Miriam
Nero, Claude
Nero, Beatrice
Nero, John George
Nero, Julian
Ottley, Elizabeth
Pope, Ishmael
Roberts, Joseph Jnr.
Roberts, Laura
Roberts, Spencer
Rodgers, James
Samuel, Ebenezer R.
Sween, Alexander
Williams, John
Williams, Margaret
Williams, Robert ..


Situation of
Property

Glenside
Richland Park
Richland Park
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Grants
Adelphi
Ropes Mt.
Grants
Biabou
Hopewell
Hopewell
Hopewell
Adelphi
Biabou
Adelphi
Freeland
Hopewell
Richland Park
Richland Park
Adelphi
Richland Park
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Day
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Caruth
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay
New Prospect
Adelphi
Richland Park
New Prospect
Richland Park
Adelphi


Description of
Property

1 Dwelling House
.1 Spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Spot
1 ac. 3 rds.
2 acres
1 Spot
1 Dwelling House
9 poles
1 House & Spot
3 ac. 0 rd. 32 poles
27 poles
2 roods
20 poles,
1 Spot
1 Spot
16 poles
1 Dwelling House
4 ae. 2 rd. 8 p1s.
1 Dwelling House
1 ac. 2 rd. 24 p1s.
1 Dwelling House
3 ac. 0 rd. 36 pls.
1 Spot
1 Dwelling House
I Spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Spot
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
1 Dwelling House
2 ac. 0 rd. 18 p1s.
1 Spot
2 rds.
2 ac. 0 rd. 11 pls.
1 Dwelling House
1 acre


Amount of
Taxes Owing
$ c.
1.14
.78
1.34
1.74
1.92
1.68
2.16
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
.78
1.02
1.02
.78
1.02
.78
2.38
1.50
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
.78
1.02
1.74
1.34
1.68
1.68
1.68
1.26
2.16
1.98
1.68
.78
1.68
1.02
1.56
3.54
1.68
.78
1.02
1.58
1.02
1.68
1.26
.78
.78
1.26
1.02
.78












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

By Authority of Section 27 'Cap 183 of the Customs -Ordinance, the undermentioned goods which h
been in the Customs Warehouse for over one year as at 31st January 1958, will be sold by Public Auct
on Wednesday 26th MVIarch 19'58 at 1.00 o'clock p.m.,*-nless duly cleared or re-warehoused.


H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
12th February, 1958.


JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Exc


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE-SECTION 1.


Date Quanti &
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents
housed Description
housed

12. 8.55. 10aerwood John H. Hazell C & Co. 1 ctn. Rinso
25.10.55. Lady Angela Corea & Co. Ltd. Corea &Co. 1 ctn. Merchandise
27. 1.56. Canadian Corea & Co. Ltd. C & Co. 2 ctns. Canned Goods
Constructor
1. 5.56. Turtle Dove Orange Hill Est. J. S. 6 only or Paddles
1 bdl.
2. 6.56. Fernwood G. A. Forde B.H.S.-4368 1 case Merchandise
4. 6.56. Water Lily P. H. Veira P. H. V. I pkg. Labels
1. 8.56. Mulberry Hill John H. Hazell J. F. 1 ctn. Rinso
10. 8.56. Hendrick Fisser Corea & Co. Ltd. C & Co.-5 1 case Adverts
8.10.56. Pensacola Bay John H. Hazell C. P. 3 bdls. C.1. Coal Pots
do. do. J. H. H. 1 ctn. Canned Goods
do. do. U. T. L. I ctn. Canned Goods
do. do. C & Co. or Corea 1 ctn. Tomato Sauce
24.10.56. West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd. W.B. )1319 1 bale Merchandise

30.11.56. Pygmalion Corea & Co. Ltd. M.S.-4/5 *2 cases Rayon Goods
1.12.56. Lady Angela do. Evans King 2 ctns. Hats
10.12.56. do. do. C & Co. Ltd. 1 pel. Motor Car Parts
28.12.56. Castor do. Messrs. Baynes Bros.-52 1 pel. Calenders
16. 1.57. Trader John H. Hazell 0. D. B.-1 1 case Advertising Materia
do. do. J.P.-P.S/10373-1 1 case Advertising Materia
30. 1.57. Maracas Bay do. P.H.V.-I 1 ctn. Merchandise
30.11.56. Pygmalion Corea & Co. Ltd. M.B.-3 1 case Merchandise
28.12.56. Castor do. M.D.B.-1221/5 3 pkgs. Cotton & Rayon Goo
11. 1.56 Elin Horn John H. Hazell B.B.-5595-4/5 3 ctns. Cigarettes

ARTICLES IN SECTION 2 OF CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE OVER ONE YEAR
AS AT 31ST JANUARY 1958.

Date Quantity &
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. Descriptity &on Declared Contents
housedescipio
housed


14. 9.55. Craftsman

14.12.55. West Indian
25. 4.55. Elin Horn
2. 5.56. West Indian

8. 6.56. do.
23. 7.56. Lady Steadfast
11. 7.56. Castor
11. 7.56. Sculptor

27. 8.56. West Indian
1. 9.56. Pygmalion
29. 9.56. Fernwood


John H. Hazell

Corea & Co. Ltd.
John H. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.

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


Govic Co.-1
2
C&Co.
C&Co.
A. J.Gandie
P.H.V. & Co.
K. Me.Intosh
G. A. V.
Frigos 5856-RPK JHS
Ellist-118
G.C.
F. H
G.A.V
J. H. HI.


1 case
1 case
2 kegs
1 ctn.
2 cases

1 pkg.
2 etns.
15 reels
1 case
4 ctns.
I ctn.
. 2 bdls.
.1 bdl.


Electric Motor
Electric Starter
0 un Arabic
Merchandise
Locks

Merchandise
Beer
Counter Cells (Pape
Sample Wines
Bottled Beer & Stoul
Stout
Smoked Herrings
Mc. Leans









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 MARCH, 1958.-(No. 14.)


Date Desripio
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. nsrption Declared Contents
housed Quantity &

11. 7.56. Sculptor John H. Hazell 0. H. 2 bdls. Buckets
6.10.56. Herdsman do. W. J. Abbott-26756 I bdl. Tractor Tubes
27.11.56. Blue Star Barclays Bank Cotton Ginnery 5 bdls. Corrugated Cartons
11.12.56. Daerwood George A. Forde N/M-N/N 3 lengths Galvd. Pipes
11.12.56. S.S. Planter John H. Hazell Reqn. 4918/1-1258 1 case Biological Equipment
do. do. C & Co.-7 1 case Advertising Matter
do. do. E 1 case Refrigerator Machin-
Bacon -2 of H 6426 ery
11.12.56. Pensacola Bay do. N/M 1 ase Oak Milk Powder
3. 1.57. Mandalay II Hadley Bros. F. R. 1 case Almanacs
4. 1.57. Lady Angela Corea & Co. Ltd. J. H. H. 1 only Empty Cylinder
20. 1.57. Mandalay II do. P. H. C. 2 bales Empty Copra Bags
27. 1.57. West Indian dp. E. D. L.-31 A 5070, 30 1 bale Cotton piece Goods
29. 1.57. Sygna John H. Hazell Great Star 1 bag Bran

ARTICLES IN CUSTOMS BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE OVER ONE YEAR
AS AT 31ST JANUARY 1958.

Date Quantity &
Ware- Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared Contents
housed Description

11. 9.56,. B.G. Plane J. H. Hazell T-1230 1 pkg. Periodicals
14.11.56. B.G. Plane do. T-354 1 pkg. Medical & Phar. Pro-
ducts
Geo. Williams 2 pkgs. Rubber Boots
1 pkg. Child's Shoes
1 pkg. Ladies' Shoes
1 pkg. Gents Shoes
2 pkgs. Seine Twine
Cloudia S. St. Vi ce 1r. c Bacon Factory 1 pkg. Sealing Tape
2 loose Motor Vehicle Fans
Cornwvall King 1 ctn. Enamelware & Glass-
ware
-- 2 loose Motor Car Springs
12 loose Floor Tiles
4 M.T. Oil Tins
1 bdl. Bed Spring & Mat-
tress
Grenada 3 only Bath Pans
1 pkg. (13 Printed Cloth
Yds.)
1 pkg. (18) Shirts
2 packs Candles
H. B. Crichton 1 pkg. Turtle Shell
-1 ctn. Worn Clothing
1 pkg. Shaft Kit

ARTICLES IN SPIRIT WAREHOUSE OVER ONE YEAR
AS AT 31ST JANUARY 1958.


Marks & Nos.


Qumltity & Declared Contents
Description


20. 7.56. Mandalay II

23.10.56. Mandalay II


Progressive
Trading Agency
Hadley Bros.


P. T. A.

0. S. Brisbane


2 etns. Rum

1 case Matches


ARTICLES IN PETROLEUM WAREHOUSE OVER ONE YEAR
AS AT 31ST JANUARY 1958.


James E. Kirton


1 drum Kerosene Oil


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


[ Price 24 cents. 1


Date
Ware-
housed


Ship


Consignee


17. 8.56





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