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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


jublihcrd by uithorilt .


VOL. 91.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 OCTOBER, 1958. [No. 57.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 530.
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 Friday 7th
November, 1958, at 10.30 a.m.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
28th October, 1958.

No. 324.
Hurricane Notice.
It is hereby notified for general information that In the event of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be given:-


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

(2) L.ud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will
be fired.

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


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


8th July, 1958.
(W. 15/1958 (B).)





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No. 531.
APPOINTMENT.

His Excellency the Governor of the
Windward Islands has been pleased to
approve the appointment of Mr. A. D.
DUNCAN, Office Superintendent, Public
Works Department (at present acting
Colonial Postmaster) as a Principal
Assistant Secretary, with effect from
16th October, 1958. He will be posted
to the Ministry for Communications
and Works.
Mr. Duncan will continue to adminis-
ter the General Post Office during the
absence of Mr. P. D. CRICHTON on vaca-
tion leave, and will assume the duties
of the post of Principal Assistant Sec-
retary, Ministry for Communications
and Works on the return of the latter
to duty.
28th October, 1958.
(P.F. 64.)

No. 532.
PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE.

Mr. R. A. CLOUDEN, Senior Dispenser,
Mental Hospital, has been granted 169
days vacation leave prior to his retire-
ment from the Service.
28th October, 1958.
(P.F. 130.)


No. 533.
RESIGNATION .

Miss HINEST CAMPBELL, Class III
Clerk, General Post Office, with effect
from 15th October, 1958.
28th October, 1958.
(P.F. 863.)


No. 534.
BANK HOLIDAY.

By virtue of a Proclamation issued
with Gazette No. 56 of 21st October,
1958, Monday 17th November, 1958
being a Bank Holiday all public offices
will be closed on. that day.
28th October, 1958.
(W. 20/1939.)

No. 535.
LEGISLATION.

The undermentioned Bill is published
with this issue of the Gazette and may
be seen at the Government Office, Kings-
town Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations, and at all Revenue
Offices:-


Bill for an Ordinance to repeal the
Nurses Retiring Allowance Ordin-
ance.
(M. 7/1955.)
28th October, 1958.

No. 504.
VACANT POSTS.

Applications are invited for the post
of Agricultural Superintendent, St.
Lucia.
Salary:
The salary of the post, which is pen-
sionable is in the scale $4,320 x $120-
$5,280 per annum plus a pensionable
pay addition of 20% of salary. The
appointment carries with it liability to
transfer to any post of equivalent status
in the Windward Islands.
Duties:
The successful candidate will be ex-
pected to administer the Agricultural
Department of the Colony, (which in-
cludes Forestry and Fisheries), and to
carry out the approved policies with re-
gard to agricultural planning and de-
velopment.
Qualifications:
The officer should be a graduate of an
approved Agricultural Institution, with
at least five (5) years practical experi-
ence in Tropical Agriculture. Prefer-
ence will be given to candidates with
additional qualifications in Agricultural
Economics.
Further particulars regarding the ap-
pointment may be obtained from the
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands,
Grenada, to whom applications should be
addressed to reach him not later than
the 31st October, 1958.
7th October, 1958.

No. 536.
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, BRITISH GUIANA-
VACANCY FOR DEPUTY PRINCIPAL.

As a previous notice in the Press of
this vacancy apparently caused some
misunderstanding, and since it is not
intended that the field of candidates
should be restricted to persons educated
at a "Public School", within the mean-
ing of that term in the United Kingdom,
it has been decided to readvertise the
vacancy as hereunder. Applications
already made in response to the notice
will be considered and the applicants in
question need not re-apply.
2. Applications are invited for ap-
pointment as Deputy Principal, Queen's
College, British Guiana, which is a Gov-
ernment Secondary School preparing















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 OCTOBER, 1958.-(No. 57.)


pupils up to the General Certificate of
Education (Advanced Level) standard.
3. Appointment is pensionable with
salary of $6,960 per annum, but candi-
dates over 40 years of age not already
in Public Service may be appointed on
contract for three years with gratuity
at the rate of 221/2% of salary. Quar-
ters at a rental of 10% and 121/2% of
salary to a miximum of $50.00 and
$60.00 unfurnished and furnished re-
spectively may be provided as available.
4. Qualifications. A good Honours
degree or a Master's degree from a Uni-
versity in the British Commonwealth
and considerable experience of teaching
in a Government or other Secondary
School. The Diploma in Education
would be an advantage.
5. Applications stating name, date
of birth, educational qualifications and
experience and accompanied by at least
two recent testimonials (not applicable
to Public Officers) should be addressed
to the Secretary, Public Service Com-
mission, General Post Office Building,
Georgetown, for delivery not later than
15th November. Candidates in Public
Service should forward a copy of their
applications to the Heads of their De-
partments.
28th October, 1958.

By Order,

F. G. THOMAS,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
28th October, 1958.


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
(APPELLATE JURISDICTION)
A.D. 1958.

Appeal No. 7.
CARLISLE B. ADAMS
Appellant.
v
THE CHIEF OF POLICE
Respondent.

JUDGMENT.
In this case the Crown Attorney who
appeared for the respondent took the
preliminary objection under Section 10
of Cap. 17, the Magistrates' Decision
(Appeals) Ordinance that No. (2) of


the appellant's reasons for appeal viz.,
"That the decision is erroneous in point
of law", could not be entertained as the
appellant had not stated the nature of
the error. The Court upheld this sub-
mission and indeed it was conceded by
appellant.
The appellant had been convicted and
fined and his licence ordered to be en-
dorsed for driving without due care and
attention.
The facts briefly are that the appel-
lant who is a policeman was on 13th
December 1957 riding a motor cycle at
Villa in the direction of Kingstown. His
cycle and a bus travelling in the oppo-
site direction came into collision.
According to appellant's evidence the
point of impact was 4 feet from the
grass verge on the bus driver's off side.
According to the evidence of P.C. Bobb
for the prosecution this distance was
7 feet 3 inches. As the learned police
magistrate said in the reasons for his
decision appellant did not cross examine
P.C. Bobb and Bobb's evidence was
obviously accepted.
But even assuming that appellant's
evidence of 4 feet be correct that leaves
ample room for appellant to have passed
on his motor cycle especially when it is
remembered there was a grass verge to
appellant's left or near side 4 feet 3
inches wide. It is clear from appellant's
own evidence that travelling at a speed
of 15 miles per hour which he maintains
was his speed he was driving without
due care and attention. He says "The
driver (i.e. the bus driver) swing away
over to his left. This put the bus in a
crosswise position. My front wheel
struck his rear wheel." In other words
according to appellant the bus was mov-
ing away from appellant and appellant
runs into the bus. The point of contact
was with the rear wheel of the bus-not
with the front of the bus. The bus
therefore was moving away from appel-
lant and yet appellant who has ample
room whether the bus was in a "cross-
wise position" or upside down collides
with the bus. The conviction is con-
firmed.
I have been asked by the learned
Crown Attorney to reduce the fine im-
posed because the bus driver has not
been prosecuted. I am however only
concerned with the punishment in rela-
tion to the appellant and I cannot say
that the fine imposed was excessive.
Now while the Police authorities are
to be commended for prosecuting a fel-
low policeman when they consider a
prosecution is warranted-and the result
of this case shows that a prosecution was
warranted-I cannot begin to under-















404 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 OCTOBER, 1958.-(No. 57.)


stand why a bus driver who was nego-
tiating a corner with the right rear
wheel at any rate 1 foot 8 inches over on
the wrong side of the centre line was not
also prosecuted.

G. L. TAYLOR,
Puisne Judge.

26th August, 1958.


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS

(APPELLATE JURISDICTION)

A.D. 1958.



Appeal No. 11.

VINCENT BOYEA
Appellant.

v

EZEKIEL POPE et al
Respondent.


JUDGMENT.
In this case the claim against the 2
defendants-respondents is in detinue in
respect of a donkey. The learned
Magistrate gave judgment in favour of
the defendant Jacobs and ordered the
defendant Pope to deliver the donkey
to plaintiff-appellant or pay its value
$50.00. Defendant Pope was ordered
to pay costs amounting to $8.60. The
plaintiff has appealed and is seeking
judgment also against the defendant
Jacobs.
I must however confirm the decision
as there is no evidence on which the
learned Magistrate could have held the
defendant Jacobs liable. The respon-
dents do not ask for costs as apparently
they incurred none.
At the hearing of this appeal I came
to the conclusion that the real reason
for the appeal is that the defendant
Jacobs is a person of substance whereas
the defendant Pope is not.

G. L. TAYLOR,
Puisne Judge.


13th October, 1958.


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
(APPELLATE JURISDICTION)
A.D. 1958.

Appeal No. 12
EDWIN YOUNG
Appellant.
v
GRAFTON FORBES
Respondent.

JUDGMENT.
In this case the defendant-respondent
was convicted reprimanded and dis-
charged by the learned Police Magis-
trate on the following charge brought
by the complainant-appellant:-
"that the said Grafton Forbes on the
5th day of April 1958, at Kingstown
the Defendant did unlawfully use the
following insulting words to the Com-
plainant "You is a darm thief and a
scamp and a Vagabond, I ask you to
buy leatherette for me and you said
that it is ($3.00) and you did not
know I would of know that it is
($2.10) and other words. Contrary
to Section 89 (1) Cap. 14".
Section 89 (1) Cap. 14 is as follows:-
"Every person who-
(1) Makes use of any threatening,
abusive, insulting, or obscene lan-
guage, gesture, or behaviour, or says
or sings any insulting or offensive
song or ballad, with intent to provoke
any other person to commit a breach
of the peace or whereby a breach of
the peace is occasioned."
Now the charge as laid does not state
that the respondent used the language
complained of with intent to provoke a
breach of the peace. That the language
was used with intent to provoke a
breach of the peace must in my opinion
be proved before there can be a convic-
tion under the subsection. It is note-
worthy that the last offence mentioned
in the subsection is where a breach of
the peace is actually occasioned. In
other words before there can be a con-
viction there must be intent to provoke
a breach of the peace or a breach of the
peace must have occurred. The charge
therefore must declare that the language
was used with intent to provoke a breach
of the peace or that it did occasion a
breach of the peace. One or the other
is an essential ingredient of a charge
under the subsection., The charge does











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 OCTOBER, 1958.-(No.: 57.)


inot do (so and therefore does not allege
. breach of the subsection.
Under subsection (1) (c) of section
28 of the Magistrates' Decision (Ap-
peals) Ordinance, Cap. 17, the appeal
is dismissed, the' decision is revised, and
The case struck out, no offence being dis-
ilosed. The respondent did not claim.
any cost.

G. L. TAYLOR,
Puisne Judge.
13th October, 1958.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EXAMINATIONS OF TIHE
UNIVERSITY .OF LONDON.

It is hereby notified for the info-rna-
tion of interested persons that the B.SD.
(Economics) Examination ol the 1U-i-
versity of London will be held ini Ut.
Vincent in the month of June, 1959.
In addition to the examination fee, a
local fee of forty-eight cents mu't be
paid by each candidate.
Candidates should submit to the LoC-a
Correspondent in writing, not late than
25th January 1959, their Entiy ..
duly completed, together with the Trea-
sury receipt for the examination aud
local fees paid.
Further particulars can be obtained
from the Local Correspondent.

S. C. CONNELL,
Local Correspondent.
Kingstown,
24th October, 1958.


GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF
EDUCATION EXAMINATION.

It is hereby notified for the informa-
tion of interested persons that the
General Certificate of Education Exam-
ination will be held in St. Vincent in
June, 1959.
Before applicants will be accepted as
candidates for this examination, they
must be certified by the Education Offi-
cer as fit to take it. For such purpose,
the Education Officer will require evi-
dence that the applicant has been pur-
suing a suitable course of study.
Candidates may offer from one to ten
subjects at the Ordinary Level, and/or
from one to five subjects at the Ad-
vanced Level. They will be eligible for
a Certificate in respect of the subjects
in which they pass. -


The following are the fees payable-
.(i).An initial entry fee !of two
dollars and forty cents.
(ii) The examination fee of two
dollars and forty cents per sub-
ject at Ordinary Level, and four
dollars and eighty cents per
subject at Advanced Level.
(iii) A local fee of forty-eight cents
payable by each candidate.
Candidates should submit to the Local
Correspondent in writing not later than
the 31st January 1959, their full names,
Birth Certificate, subjects offered for the
examination, and the Treasury receipt
for the fees stated above.
Further particulars can be obtained
from the Local Correspondent.

S. C. CONNELL,
Local Correspondent.
Kingstown,
24th October, 1958.


BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD.

RATES 0i CO)MiISSIC'N FOs ISSUE AND
REDEMPTION OF CRaRREN NCY OTES
AND Co195.

(Currency Ordinance, 1950. Section 7.)


Issue:


three eighths per cen-
tum


Redemption: seven sixteenths per
centum
and in addition to the above rates the
cost of any telegrams sent by the Board
or by the Crown Agents in connection
therewith.
L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Trinidad, W.I.
28th January, 1958.


POLICE NOTICES.

TENDERS FOR CARTER FIRE ENGINE AND
PUMP AND HATFIELD TRAILER PUMP.

Tenders are invited for the purchase
of one Carter Fire Engine and Pump
and one Hatfield Trailer Pump.
2. -The .pumps may be inspected at
P.W.D. compound, Arnos Vale on any
working day except Saturday between
the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.














406 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 OCTOBER, 1958.-(N;. $7.Y


3., The upset priep of the pumps is

4. 'Teiders which will be rbeeived up
to 12 o'clock ndon on WTidAeday 5th
November, 195$ must be sealed and
addressed to the Chairmani of the Pub-
lic Tenders Committee, Treasury, and
distinctly marked "Tenders fbo Carter
and Hatfield Pumps."
B. R. THOMAS,
Chairman,
Public Tenders Committee.
Treasury,
Kingstown.
28th October, 1958.


The following articles were found at
the places on the dates mentioned below
and are now at Layou Police Station
where they may be claimed by the
owners:-
One pair new brown Bata soft
shoe named Bumper. (Found on the
Pembroke Public Road on 23. 8. 58.)
One two-blade pen knife. (Found
at Jackson Bay on 15. 6. 58.)
One new brown plastic wallet with
10c. British Caribbean Currency.
(Found on the public Road at Layou
on 10. 9. 58.)
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
21st October, 1958.


The attention of all drivers of Motor
Vehicles is drawn to Section 19 Subsec-
tion 12 (b) of the Motor Vehicle and
Road Traffic Regulations, 1940 which
reads as follows:-
Every Motor Vehicle when station-
ary on a road at night and every
Trailer not attached to a Motor Ve-
hicle shall show two lights in front
one on each side of sufficient intensity
to indicate the presence of the Motor
Vehicle or Trailer from a reasonable
distance to approaching Traffic. Pro-
vided that a Motor Cycle not attached
to a side car shall show one such light
as aforesaid.
Section 20 of the said Regulations
also reads:-
No lighted lamps shall be required
to be carried by Motor Vehicles while
stationary within 30 feet of a lighted
street lamp or at public stands or
parking places.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
14th October, 1958.


It is hqreby notified for general.infor-
mation that. fhe inspection of Weighty
and Measures for the year 1958, will
commence 1on Monday 3rd November;
1958. -
Persons concerned are asked to pre.
sent their Weights and Measures for
inspection at the Police Station in their
District on the date scheduled.
CHATEAUBELAIR-
On Monday 3rd November, and
Tuesday 4th November, 1958.
SPRING VILLAGE-
On Wednesday 5th November, 1958.
BARROULLIE-
On Thursday 6th and Friday 7th
November, 1958.
LAYOU-
On Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th
November, 1958.
QUESTELLES-
On Wednesday 12th and Thursday
13th November, 1958.
KINGSTOWN-
On Tuesday 18th to Saturday 29th
November, 1958.
CALLIAQUA-
On Friday 14th and Saturday 15th
November, 1958.
STUBBS-
On Friday 14th and Saturday 15th
November, 1958.
MESOPOTAMIA-
On Tuesday 18th and Wednesday
19th November, 1958.
BIABOU-
On Wednesday 12th and Thursday
13th November, 1958.
COLONARIE-
On Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th
November, 1958.
GEORGETOWN-
On Tuesday 4th to Saturday 8th
November, 1958.
SANDY BAY-
On Monday 3rd November, 1958.
GRENADINES-
On Monday 24th November to Fri-
day 5th Dec., 1958.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Licensing Authority.
14th October, 1958.


GRAMMAR SCHOOL NOTICE.

The Public is hereby 'warned that
anyone who drives a motor vehicle on
the Grammar School Playing Field Will
be liable to Prosecution.
G. C. MILLER,
headmaster.
18th October, 1958.

















WATER NOTICE.

The Publie is fiei4 y advised tiathi w
Wedniisday 26li Octb&r, 1L58, it i ipro-
posed to carry out certain repairs to
thli Watbr ainfi liding from Majorca.
The water to Kiiigstbwu will therefore
be locked off from 12 noon to 6 p.m.
R. G. SMITH,
Superintendent of Works.
24th October, 1958.

flOOiE TAX NOTICE.

To GOVERNMENT OFFICERS AND THE
GiEERAL PiUBmC.

A large nhnber of persons have
failed ,id ub~iit their Income Tax Re-
trns' for the assessment year 1958. All
such offenders are hereby notified and
warned that prosecutions will ensue if
their returns are not delivered to the
Inland Revenue Department by the
31st October, 1958.
The penalty for failure to furnish a
Retuin on or before the prescribed date,
31st January and 31st March for Gov-
ernment Officers and the General Pub-
lic respectively, renders the person con-
cerned liable on conviction to a fine up
to seven hundred and fifty dollars
($750.00).
F. E. WILLIAMS,
Inland Revenue Officer:
10th October, 1958.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

GINGER ISLAND BEACON LIGHT.
Information has been received that a
beacon light has recently been erected
at the North-Eastern point of Ginger
Island in the Colony of the British
Virgin Islahinds.
..The light is situated at 18' 23" 42"
North Latitude and 64* 28' 0" West
Lo6ftii d: it gives a single white flash
every five seconds with ai effective
rang, in f~i weather of lp'roximately
fife mij~d a~id has been in operation
since t4 e'e of 17th S&emniber, 1958.
Tlhe eight above sea level is approxi-
mately 50 feet.

J. H. p.) COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise:
13th ftUo'e&Ur, 1958.
(S. 13/1946.)


IF O6 ICE NOTICE.

It is i&reby,inQte for geerai id;ir-
ination thati,a letters, pareels; ate.,, for
the Uniled Kingdom posted in St. Vin-
cent between 18th and 24th September,
1958, have been lost at sea.

A. D. DUNCAN,
Acting Colonial Postmastei.
SGefiebrl Pot Office,
Rinigsto'w'n,
.St, Vincent.
7th October, 1958.



TREASURt DbEPARTTMENT
NOTICdi.

LAND AND HOUSE TAx NOTICE.

It is hereby iftified that Land and
House Tax in respect. of the cu it
year will be received withoiit flii at the
Treasury and District Offices at George-
town, Barrouallie, and Union Island
during the period 1st November to 31st
December, 1958, and at Sandy Bay,
Colonarie, Biabou, Mesopotamia, Layou
and Chateaubelair On the dates listed
hereunder:-
Sandy Bay on Monday 17th Novem-
ber and 22nd December.
C6lonarie on Thursday 6th, 18th, 2Oth,
27th November, and 4th, llth, and
18th December.
Biabou on Tuesday 2nd, 16th, 23rd
and 30th December.
Mesopotamia on Friday 14th and
28th November, and 5th and 19th
December.
Layou on Monday 10th, Thursday
20th and 27thi Nove6imber, and on
Monday 8th and Thursday 18th
December, also 22nd and 29th.
Ch'ateaubelair oif Friday 7th, Tues-
day 1lth arid Fridat 14thi Novin-'
byr, ad on T'es'dy 9th, 12th, and
23r Decemfbr.
I. h. C ES, S

Treasury Chambers,
Kinrtstbwn,
ht. ticent,
20th September, 1958.


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408 .,SAINT VJW.CENT,- TUESDAY,- 28 OCTOBER, 1958.--4No. 5.7:;)


.CUSTOMS NOTICES.

By Authority of Section 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordinance, the undermeii tl ned goods which have
been in the Customs Warehouse for over one (1) year as at 17th October 1958, will be sold by Public Auctiom
en Wednesday 10th December 1958 at 1.00 o'clock p.m., unless duly cleared or re-warehoused.
JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise

H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
17th October, 1958.
CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION 1.


Date
Ware-
housed

18/2/57
12/3/57

7/3/57
20/4/57
30/4/57


3/6/57

8/6/57


Ship


Pensacola Bay
Lady Angela
Lady Angela
Fernwood
Lady Steadfast
Sygna


Canadian:
Challenger
Lady Jean


23/3/57 Selector

22/7/57 Lady Jean

29/7/57 Lady Jean
19/7/57 Mary Maude
*jMary Maude
13/8/57 Lady Jean

8/8/57 West Indian
12/8/57 Pygmalion
14/9/57 West Indian
1/10/57 Artisan

%I
4/10/57 Windward
Islands
17/10/57 Zinnia


Consignee


J. H. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.
-Corea & Co. Ltd.
G. A. Forde
W. J. Abbott & Sons
J. H. Hazell

J. H. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.

John H. Hazell

J. H. Hazell
Sons & Co.
J. H. Hazell
Sons & Co.
Frank Rojas
George A. Forde
George A. Forde
John H. Hazell


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

F. J. De.Nobrigo


Marks & Nos.


C & Co.
Orange Hill Est. Ltd.
Orange Hill Est. Ltd.
A. B.
C. K. G.
Jean Boscre Aniy
Providence No. 1
Hazell
E. W.

J. A. B. (C & Co.)
6778
A.B.A.L. Cassablanca

J. H. H. S. Co.

Frank Rojas
N/M

Retinax G Shell Lub.
B.
C &. Co. Ltd.
A. K. G.-2145 2758
C. & Co.
L 1 & C-5578 1/15
M. I. P.
M. I. P.
Add.

F. J. De.Nobrigo


Quantity &
Description


1 c/s or
2 loose
1 ctn..
2 ctns.
1 c/s

1 box
1 ctn.
2 bags

1 c/s

1 ctn.

1 crate

2 pkgs.
1 bag
1 drum
1 c/s

1 ctn.
1 c/s
2 ctns.
15 ctns.
50 bags
20 ctns.
1 ctn.

92 bdls.


Declared Contents


ctn. Butter
Tyres
Tubes
Margarine
Advertising Material

2 Cyls. Freon Gas
Sanitary Belt
Salt

Confectionery

Merchandise

Sample Tiles

Adv. Material
Merchandise
Merchandise
Lub. Grease

Stout
Iron Holloware
Stout
Vermouth
Llustor Vaccum Salt
Ink
Tickobats

Second Hand Wire


ARTICLES IN SECTION 2 OF CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE OVER ONE
AS AT 19TH OCTOBER 1958


Ship


Consignee


Craftsman John H. Hazell
John H. Hazell
West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd.
iCorea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd,
E. Russ Corea & Co. Ltd.
Daerwood John H. Hazell
Lady Angela Corea & Co. Ltd.
Sycamore Hill John H. Hazell
C.LM. Tannis Order
Maracas Bay John H. Hazell

Canadian Corea & Co. Ltd.
Cruiser
Daerwood Education Officer
S.S. Adviser John H. Hazell
West Indian Corea & Co. Ltd.


Marks & Nos.


Govic 1
2
N/M
P. H. V.-148017
F. J. D.-8601
LAL

JHH&S
C & Co.
N/M-N/N
Barclays Bank
a/c Fred J. Dare
N/M-N/N !

E. O.
E. D. L.
J. A. B.


Quantity &
Description


1 c/s
1 case
1 bdl.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 c/s
6 ctns.
1 ctn.
3 loose
1 pkg.

1 ctn.
1 bag

1 c/s
16 loose
1 ctn.


Declared Contents


Electric Motor
Electric Starter
5 pieces Pipe
Canned Goods
Glassware
Confectionery
Beer & Stout
Printing Accessories
Soil Pipes
20 yds. Khaki

Men's Underwear
Wico Bran

Thread
C. I. Dutch Stoves
Stout


(1) YEAR


Date
Ware-
housed


14/9/55

26/6/57


19/2/57
2/3/57
4/3/57
23/3/57
23/4/57
26/4/57

27/4/57

1/6/57
13/5/57
5/6/57
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 OCTOBER, 1958.-(No. 57.) 409


Marks & Nos.


Quantity &
Description


Declared Contents


5/6/58 West Indian

15/6/57 Maracas Bay
3/6/57 Dalesman


5/7/57 West Indian
19/7/57 Mandalay
24/7/57 Fernwood
3/7/57 Dalesman

12/8/57 Maracas Bay


14/8/57 Sunhlll

14/8/58 Sunhill
21/8/58 Flensau

2/9/57 Lady Jean
21/9/57 Maracas Bay
28/9/57 Fernwood
5/6/57 Maracas Bay
2/10/57 Pyssel
.9/10/57 West Indian


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

John H. Hazell
John H. Hazell
John H. Hazell
W. J. Abbott & Sons

W. J. Abbott & Sons
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
John H. Hazell
John H. Hazell
John H. Hazell
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Corea & Co. Ltd.


U. T. Ltd.
Hazell
H. C.
F. B.
HAC
Reqn. 4973 9758
HH
P H.
JHH
P. H. V.

PTA
BAH
Frederick Charles
D-32194
(H. C. Hadaway)
P. H. V.
EN K S.
P. H. V. & Co.
J. H. H.
J H H 8140, 799
P. H. V.
J W T
J. H. H.
C. H. 7779/81
A. J. Gaudi-PHV
E. D. L. & Sons


1 ctn.
4 ctns.
1 ctn.
3 c/s
10 ctns.
1 c/s
1 c/s
3 bdls.
1 bdl.
4 loose


c/s
c/s
crate
bale

ctn.
c/s
ctn.
etn.
box
ctns.
rolls
ctn.
ctn.
c/s
pkgs.


Merchandise
Jam in Jars.
Patents.
Salami
Ice Cream Cones
Stationery
Corned Beef
Empty Bags
C. I. Pots.
C. I. Dutch Stoves &
Grates
Women's Shoes
Champale Malt Liq.
Civilian Clothing
Cotton Piece Goods

B. B. Beans
Leather Footwear
Loaples Detergeant
Canned Goods
Auto Parts
Beer & Stout
Roofing Felt
Lux Soap
Shoes
Brass Locks
Piece Goods.


ARTICLES IN CUSTOMS BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE OVER ONE (1) YEAR


Date
Date Ware- Aircraft or Ship Consignee Marks & Nos. Declared Contents
Received housed


23/5/57 1/6/57 S. V. G. A. S. John H. Hazell Acme Trading 1 pkg. Aluminium
Sons & Co. Agency B-2432 Vessels
14/6/57 24/6/57 do. do: H.H.W. Christchurch 1 pkg. Merchandise
D/ca.-20
21/7/57 28/7/57 do. do. Orange Hill Estate 2 pkgs. Spare Parts
0085
15/7/57 23/7/57 do. do. John H. Hazell Sons 1 pkg. Adv. Matter
& Co.-219-263478
27/8/57 4/9/57 do. do. O. D. Brisbane-026 1 pkg. Pullovers
-15-531520
22/7/57 29/7/57 do. do. Acme Trading 1 pkg. Merchandise
Agencies 106638
7/10/57 15/10/57 do. do. Corea & Co. Ltd.- 1 pkg. Adv. Matter
061-562181


ARTICLE IN OIL BOND OVER ONE (1) YEAR


1 pall Kerosine Oil


Date
Ware-
housed


Ship


Consignee


1


Miss Joyce Jack






























410 S .INT VINCENT, TUESDAY, '28 OCTOBER, 1958.-(Nb. 57.)


TREASURY NOTICE., -

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 49 of the "Land
and House Tax Ordinance", Chapter 194 as Amended by Ordinance No. 12
of 1954 the following properties which were 961d for arrears of Taxes on 11th
October, 1958, respectively will VEST absolutely in th'e purchaser's names,
unless the 'Oner or any person or persons haviagan interest in the properties
sold, pay into the Treasury the said PUR:CHASE PRICE PLUS TEN
PERCENTUM thereof before the expiration of three (3) months from the
'date of sale.


I. D. B. CHARLES,
Accountant General:


Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent,
21st 'October, 1958.


Name of Owner or
Occupier.


Cummings, 'Cyril
Williams, Omega


'Situation of
Property.


Description of
Property.


DISTRICT I.


Kingstown Park
Cane Garden


Ballantyne, Nathaniel Sandy Bay


1 Dwelling House
1 House Spot


DISTRICT II.
1 Dwelling Hduse


Amount
Sold for.


$ 12.00
715.00


$ 51.00


Date.


11.10.58,
11.10.58.


11.10.58.


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
I Price 24 cents.




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