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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


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VOL. 92.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959. [No. 18.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 120.


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, 2nd
April, 1959, at 10.00 a.m.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the General Public.
24th March, 1959.


No. 121.


COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY.


It is announced for the information of the public that the Commission
of Enquiry appointed to enquire into the Banana Growers Association
will sit at the Peace Memorial Hall each day at 9.00 a.m. commencing
on Wednesday, 25th March, 1959.
Evidence is invited from persons having an interest in the cultivation,
purchase, sale, etc of bananas.
Evidence is receivable either orally or in the form of written sub-
missions. Those wishing to give evidence should inform the Secretary
of the Commission, Mr. Julian Byron Cox, at the Labour Office not later
than 12 noon on Wednesday, 25th March.
Written submissions should be in the hands of the Secretary not
later than 12 noon on Saturday, 28th March, 1959.
24th March, 1959.


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112 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959.-(No. 18.)


SAINT VINCENT.

By LOUIS COOLS-LARTIGUE, ESQUIRE, Officer of the Most
Excellent Order of the British Empire, Deputy to the
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Windward
[L.S.] Islands, comprising the Islands of GRENADA, SAINT
VINCENT, SAINT LUCIA and DOMINICA and their
Dependencies.

L. COOLS-LARTIGUE,
Governor's Deputy.

To: ARTHUR ASHER SHENFIELD, ESQUIRE,
HARRY VIVIAN ATKINSON, ESQUIRE.

GREETINGS:
WHEREAS it is provided by Section 2 of the Commissions of Enquiry
Ordinance, Chapter 160 of the Revised Laws of Saint Vincent, that whenever
the Governor shall deem it advisable it shall be lawful for him to issue a
Commission appointing one or more Commissioners to enquire into any matter
in which an enquiry would in the opinion of the Governor be for the public
welfare:
AND WHEREAS in the opinion of the Governor it would be for the public
welfare to enquire into and report upon-
(a) the general working and management of the Saint Vincent Banana
Growers Association from its inception until the present time;
(b) the adequacy of the marketing arrangements of the Association
and the methods of buying and selling bananas on behalf of the
growers and the paying therefore;
(c) the adequacy of the provisions made to meet commitments under
the Price Assistance Scheme and for the repayment of loans;
(d) the adequacy of past and present methods of obtaining fertilizers
by the Association and of allocating and distributing the same
to members and of collecting the cost thereof from members;
(e) the adequacy of the past and present systems of accounting of
the Association generally and in particular the methods adopted
for the protection of the Association's Assets;
(f) the adequacy of the arrangements made for the control of leaf
spot disease.
(g) the adequacy of the methods of recruitment of staff and the dele-
gation of responsibility;
(h) the question generally whether there has been full compliance
with the provisions of the laws governing the operation of the
Saint Vincent Banana Growers Association;
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that for the abovementioned purposes a
Commission should be issued under the provision of the Commissions of Enquiry
Ordinance (Chapter 160) :
Now KNOW YE THAT I LOUIS COOLS-LARTIGUE, Deputy to the
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Windward Islands as
aforesaid, reposing full confidence in your zeal, discretion and ability, do
appoint you the said ARTHUR ASHER SHENFIELD and HARRY VIVIAN
ATKINSON to be the Commissioners under the said Ordinance to make
diligent enquiries into and report upon all the facts relating to the matters
set out above.
AND I DIRECT THAT you the said ARTHUR ASHER SHENFIELD shall
be Chairman of the Commission.
AND I FURTHER DIRECT THAT you the said Commissioners in your report
make recommendations for the improvement or remedying of such situations
in regard to the subjects of the enquiry as in your opinion are in need of im-
provement.
AND I FURTHER DIRECT THAT the said enquiry shall be made on such days
and at such places as you the Commissioners shall deem proper and necessary
and that you shall make such report and recommendations in the premises
as may to you seem fit with all convenient speed.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959.-(No. 18.)


AND I FURTHER DIRECT THAT the first meeting of the Commission be held
in public and the other meetings in public or in private as you the Commis-
sioners in your discretion shall think fit.

AND I Do HEREBY APPOINT JULIAN BYRON COX to be the Secretary
of the Commission to attend the meetings and generally to perform such duties
as Secretary as are prescribed by law.

AND I CHARGE AND COMMAND all officers and all others Her Majesty's loyal
subjects in the Colony that in their several places and according to their several
powers and abilities they may be aiding and assisting you in the execution of
this your Commission.

GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint
Vincent at Government House in the said Colony this 24th
day of March One thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine in
the eighth year of the reign of Her Majesty QUEEN
ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

A. F. GILES,
Administrator.




No. 122. i be able to teach at least one of the fol-
TRANSFERS. lowing subjects, or group of subjects
to Higher School Certificate level:
Physics and Chemistry, Botany and
His Excellency the Governor of the Biology, Mathematics, Geography, Eng-
Windward Islands has approved the lish.
following transfers with effect from
31st January, 1959:-- Further particulars regarding the ap-
31st J 19 pointment may be obtained from the
Dr. J. VAN'T RIET, District Medi- Assistant Administrator and Establish-
cal Officer, St. Vincent, to post of ment Officer, Government Office, St.
House Physician, Colonial Hospital, Vincent, to whom applications giving
St. Vincent. full particulars, qualifications and ex-
Dr. R. G. McCORMICK, House Phy- perience, and accompanied by three tes-
sician, Colonial Hospital, St. Vincent, timonials (which will not be returned)
to post of a District Me:lical Officer, should be addressed to reach him not
St. Vincent. later than 16th April, 1959.


24th March, 1959.
(P.Fs. 846, 881.)


No. 123.


VACANT POSTS.


24th March, 1959


No. 124.
VACANT POST OF ASSISTANT DRAUGHTS-
MAN, LANDS AND SURVEY DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT.


VACANT POSTS OF ASSISTANT MASTERS
(GRADUATES), GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to four (4) vacant posts of Assist-
ant Masters (Graduates), Grammar
School, St. Vincent.
Salary: The School is a Government
Institution. The salary of the posts
which are pensionable is in the scale
$2,016 x $96-$2,880 x $120--$3,600
(420 x 20--600 x 25-750) plus a
20% pensionable addition per annum.
Qualifications: Applicants should
possess a degree of a University within
the British Commonwealth, and must


Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons, with a minimum
educational qualification of a Cam-
bridge School Certificate or its equiva-
lent, for the above-mentioned vacant
pensionable post which carries salary in
the scale $768 x $60-$1,068.
Further information can be obtained
from tlie Crown Surveyor.
Applications, accompanied by two tes-
timonials, should reach the Assistant
Admninistrator and Establishment Offi-
cer, Government Office, Kingstown, St.
Vincent, not later than 10th April, 1959.
24th March, 1959.
(A. 6/1955.)













114 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959.-(No. 18.)


No. 102.
HEADMISTRESS, GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Headmistress, Girls' High
School, St. Vincent, particulars of
which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is pension-
able but the appointment may be on
contract if desired. The appointment
carries with it the liability to transfer
to any post of equivalent status within
the Windward Islands. The Officer will
be subject to the Colonial Regulations
and local General Orders for the time
being in force in so far as they are ap-
plicable.
Salary: The salary of the post is in
the scale $3,840 x $120-$4,560 (800
x 25-950) plus a 20% pensionable
addition per annum. The point of entry
into the salary scale will be determined
according to the qualifications and ex-
perience of the candidate.
Qualifications: Applicants should
possess a Degree of a University within
the British Commonwealth, and must
have had experience of teaching in a
Secondary School.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passage: Free first class passage to
St. Vincent will be provided for the offi-
cer on first appointment.
Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation
leave on full pay will be granted in
accordance with local General Orders.
Leave passage will be provided in ac-
cordance with local regulations
Medical Attention: Free Medical at-
tention and medicines are not provided.
Taxation: All Government Officers
are liable to taxation imposed by local
legislation.
Applications giving full particulars,
qualifications and experience and ar(-
companied by two testimonials (wwin i
will not be returned) should be ad-
dressed to the Chief Secretary, Wind-i
ward Islands, Governor's Office, Gren-
ada, and must reach him not later than
31st March, 1959.
10th March, 1959.

No. 103.
ASSISTANT MISTRESS (GRADUATE),
GIRL'S HIGH SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to two vacant posts of Assistant
Mistress (Graduate), Girls' High
School, St. Vincent.
Salary: The School is a Government
Institution. The salary of the posts


which are pensionable is in the scale
$2,016 x $96-$2,880 x $120-$3,600
(420 x 20-600 x 25-750) plus a
20% pensionable addition per annum.
Qualifications: Candidates should
possess a Degree of a University within
the British Commonwealth, and must be
able to teach at least one of the follow-
ing subjects: English, Mathematics or
History to Higher School Certficate
standard, or Commercial Subjects to
School Certificate level.
Further particulars regarding the
appointment may be obtained from the
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands,
Grenada, to whom applications giving
full particulars, qualifications and ex-
perience, and accompanied by three
testimonials (which will not be re-
turned) should be addressed to reach
him not later than 31st March, 1959.
10th March, 1959.

No. 119.
POST OF LIBRARIAN, PUBLIC LIBRARY,
GRENADA.

Applications are invited for the pen-
sionable post of Librarian, Public Lib-
rary.
1. Salary is in the scale of $2,592 x
$96-$2,880, plus 20 per cent.
*' 2. Candidates should have had pre-
vious Library experience and should
possess the Cambridge School Certificate
or its equivalent as a minimum educa-
tional qualification. Preference will be
given to candidates possessing definite
qualifications in Librarianship or a Uni-
versity degree.
3. Further details may be obtained
at Government Office, Kingstown, St.
Vincent.
4. Applications should be addressed
to the Secretary, Public Service Com-
imission, Grenada, to reach him not later
than the 1st April, 1959.
17th March, 1959.

No. 125.
VACANCY IN JAMAICA.

Post: Deputy Chief Probation Officer.
Salary Scale: 1,200-50-1,400 a
year.
Duties: Supervision of field work and
case records and training of staff.
Any other duties that may be pre-
scribed.
Qualifications: A Diploma in Social
Sciences (or equivalent) plus adminis-
trative experience in probation work.
Other Conditions of Service:













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959.-(No. 18.)


Pcnsionability: The post is on the
pensionable establishment.
Quarters: Quarters are not normally
provided but it is very likely that a
Government house will be available.
Rental would be at the rate of 10% of
salary and 3V/ on the value of the fur-
niture.
1', 11n111 and Subsistence: Travel-
ling and Subsistence allowances are pay-
able in accordance with local regula-
tions.
Passages: Free passages to Jamaica
will be provided for the officer, his wife
and children, not exceeding five persons
in all; children to be under 18 years of
age, unmarried and dependent on the
officer. Free leave passages will be
granted after each period of three
years resident service.
Applications stating age, marital
status, nationality and details of quali-
fications and experience, together with
three copies of testimonials, should be
sent to the Secretary, Island Probation
Committee, P.O. Box 488, Kingston,
Jamaica, W.I., to reach him not later
than the 31st March, 1959.
24th March, 1959.

No. 126
INCREASES TO GOVERNMENT
GAZETTE, ETC.

It is notified for general information
that due to the increased cost of paper
etc., the charges for the Government
Gazette and for advertisement therein
will be as follows:-
Annual Subscription to Gazette $8.00
Copy of Gazette .. .30
Advertisement in Gazette per
inch .. .70
The above increase will take effect as
from 1st April, 1959.
24th March, 1959.

No. 117.
BANK HOLIDAYS.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Friday the 27th March (Good Friday),
and Monday, 30th March, (Easter
Monday), being Bank Holidays, all Pub-
lic Offices will be closed on those days.
17th March, 1959.

By Order,
n rp MTCir A


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
CURRENCY, BRITISH CARRIB-
BEAN TERRITORIES (EAST-
ERN GROUP).

API'OINTMENT OF COMMISSIONERS.

The Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies has, on the nomination of His
Excellency the Governor of Trinidad &
Tobago, appointed the Financial Ad-
viser of Trinidad & Tobago or the offi-
cer for the time being performing the
duties of that office to be "ex officio"
Ihe Commissioner representing Trini-
dad & Tobago on the Board of Commis-
sioners of Currency, British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group). The ap-
pointment to be effective from 15th
January, 1959. The term of appoint-
ment of the Financial Secretary of
Trinidad & Tobago as Commissioner
expired on 14th January, 1959.

L. P. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.

Headquarters,
Board of Commissioners of Currency,
Board of Commissioners of
Currency, British Territories
(Eastern Group),
Trinidad.
19th February, 1959.


SUPREME COURT NOTICE.


NOTICE is hereby given that a sit-
ting of the Supreme Court of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands in its
CRIMINAL JURISDICTION will be
held at Court House in Kingstown
on Monday the 6th April, 1959, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon. All parties
concerned, also such persons as are
bound over by recognizance to prosecute
or give evidence, or summoned as
Jurors or witnesses are commanded to
give their personal attendance.

D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar, Supreme Court.


1? \r. I. V I
Acting Government Secretary. Registrar's Office,

GOVERNMENT OFFICE, Kingstown,
24th March, 1959. 19th March, 1959.













116 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959.-(No. 18.)


NOTICE TO MARINERS.

The following correction is hereby
published in connection with Govern-
ment Notice dated 27th January, 1958
concerning a red flashing light exhibited
from the South Western point of
Jack-A-Dan Island in the Hillsborough
Harbour, Carriacou.
Substitute "latitude 12 30' N,
longitude 61" 28' W approx." for
"latitude 61" 28' W., approx."

J. H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs.
21st March, 1959.


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 1959 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 $500.00
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 informa-
tion 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 Department,
Kingstown,
3rd February, 1959.

SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
ORIGINAL JURISDICTION
A.D. 1958
Suit No. 40
Between
ALEXANDRINA MURPHY
Plaintiff
and
CORNELIUS ARTHUR
Defendant.
NOTICE is hereby given that on
.aturday, the 4th day of April, 1959,
betweenn the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3 p.m., there will be put up for sale
at the Court House in Kingstown the
undermentioned goods and chattels the
property of the above-named defendant,
CORNELIUS ARTHUR, levied upon
by virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued in the above suit:-
One (1) Cubic feet "Kelvinator"
Refrigerator
One (1) Five burner Stove
One "Webster" Radio Pick-up
(Record changer)
Dated this 9th day of March, 1959.
D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.

NOTICE.

INCREASED PRICE OF COPRA.

As a result of the increase in the re-
gional price of Copra, the local price,
after making allowances for export
duty and other shipping charges, will
be increased to 12 cents per lb. This
increase will be effective as from the
1st February, 1959, and will be paid
only for good quality Copra.
J. L. EUSTACE,
Manager.
10th March, 1959.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959.-(No. 18.) 117


TENDERS FOR FERTILIZER.

Tenders are invited for fertilizer supplies for Agricultural Credit Societies
and Cane Farmers as follows:-
Two hundred (200) tons mixed fertilizer containing 10% Nitrogen, 5%
P2 05 and 10%/ K2 0. The Nitrogen should all be supplied in the
Ammonium form.
120 Tons Sulphate of Ammonia.
50 ,, Superphosphate.
50 ,, Muriate of Potash.
Delivery of fertilizer to be made as follows:-
100 Tons 10 : 5 : 10 by end of April, 1959.
100 ,, Sulphate of Ammonia by end of April, 1959.
50 ,, Single Superphosphate ,, ,, ,, 1959.
50 ,, Muriate of Potash ,, ,,,, 1959.
100 ,, 10 : 5 : 10 during July, 1959.
20 ,, Sulphate of Ammonia in July, 1959.
Tenders should be addressed to the Chairman, Tenders Board, Treasury
Chambers, and will close on 13th April, 1959.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
17th March, 1959.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
ST. VINCENT.

COCOA INDUSTRY DEVELOP-
MENT SCHEME.

DiSTRILUTION OF ROOTED CUTTINGS OF
SELECTED STRAINS OF TRINIDAD AND
GRENADA CACAO FOR PLANTING
IN 1959.

It is estimated that there will be about
40,000 rooted cacao cuttings available
to plant about 80-100 acres in 1959.
2. Persons desirous of obtaining
rooted cacao cuttings from the cacao
stations, should apply on the forms pro-
vided for that purpose entitled:
"Application Form for Rooted
Cacao Cuttings Propagated for Dis-
tribution by the Cocoa Industry De-
velopment Scheme of St. Vincent."
3. Application forms are obtainable
at the Head Office, Department of Agri-
culture, Kingstown, or from any of the
District Agricultural Officers.
4. Application forms should be for-
warded to the Superintendent of Agri-
culture, Department of Agriculture,
Kingstown, on or before 16th April,
1959.
5. Applications for Rooted Cacao
Cuttings received after the 16th April
will neither be acknowledged nor con-
sidered.
6. A charge of five (5) cents per
plant will be made plus transportation


load of plants delivered to a point as
near as possible to the site at which
they are to be planted. Payment must
be made at Head Office, Agricultural
Department, before the cuttings will be
supplied. Estates will be expected to
arrange their own transport.
7. N.B. The conditions under which
rooted cacao cuttings will be issued are
as follows:-
(i) The area selected by an appli-
cant will be inspected by an authorised
officer, as soon as possible after the re-
ceipt of the application for the purpose
of determining the suitability of the
site in regard to altitude, soil type, wind
protection and other ecological and
environmental conditions. The appli-
cant will then be notified whether or not
the area is approved for planting cocoa.
(ii) If for stated good reasons the
area is declared to be unsuitable for
planting cacao clones, no allocation of
plants will be made to the applicant.
at fifty (50) cents per mile for a truck
(iii) If the area is declared suit-
able, an authorised officer will inform
the applicant what minimum action is
required of him by the Department of
Agriculture in regard to provision of
overhead shade, ground shade, wind-
breaks, soil conservation measures, soil
preparation etc. The Agricultural De-
partment will render all necessary ad-
vice and guidance in this connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which
plants will be issued will be that which





























118 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1959.-(No. 18.)


will contain fifty (50) rooted cuttings
planted at a spacing of 12 ft. x 12 ft.
in a single block, the equivalent of one-
sixth (1/6) of an acre.
(v) The area to be planted will be
re-inspected by an authorised officer im-
mediately before the proposed date of
delivery of the plants in order to ascer-
tain whether all conditions have been
satisfactorily fulfilled, and whether the
area is in a suitable state of preparation
for planting.
(vi) Authorised officers of the De-
partment of Agriculture will make pe-
riodical inspections of the planted areas
as often as may be considered necessary
for the purpose of observing field con-
ditions, the development of the young
plants, and advising growers on the care
and management of the young plants.
8. Applicants are advised to take ad-
vantage of the information and guidance
freely offered by their Agricultural
Officers, thereby ensuring that they start
off correctly on the road to revival of our
Cocoa Industry.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
19th February, 1959.


NOTICE.


The attention of the general public is
drawn to the fact that it is a breach of
the relative Ordinances if licences are
not paid. Persons defaulting are liable
to be prosecuted.
The Police Department is at present
carrying out a check on the following
licences:-


Bicycles.
Boatmen.
Boats.
Carts.
Dogs.
Drivers' Permit
Firearms
Horses.
Motor Vehicles.
Mules.
Porters.
Radios.
Weights & Measures.


A. J. DaSILVA,
Acting Inland Revenue Officer.

28th February, 1959.


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