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Publication Date: April 14, 1959
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 92.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959. [No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 142.
IN THE


MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE 1946
(No. 22 of 1946)


AND
IN THE MATTER OF THE ACQUISITION by the Governor in Council
of a certain parcel of land at Richmond Hill in the Parish of St. George
for a public purpose.
DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.
(FIRST PUBLICATION.)
WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
1946 (No. 22 of 1946) that if the Governor in Council considers that any land
should be acquired for a public purpose he may cause a declaration to that
effect to be made:
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor in Council that the under-
mentioned parcels of land should be acquired for a public purpose, to wit,
the excavation of terrass for the repair of Public Roads:
Now IT Is HEREBY DECLARED by His Excellency the Governor acting in
accordance with the advice of the Executive Council of the Colony of Saint
Vincent that upon the Second Publication of this Declaration in the Gazette
all those parcels of land at Richmond Hill adjacent to the Murray Road in
the Parish of St. George as described in the Schedules hereunder shall vest
absolutely in the Crown:
AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND NOTIFIED that a plan bearing
41 Number G2/161 showing the above mentioned parcels of land has beer
prepared by Henry Neblett, Licensed Land Surveyor and lodged on the 28th
day of March, 1957 at the Lands and Surveys Department of Kingstown in
the said Colony, and can be inspected at all reasonable hours at the said
Department.


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130 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


SCHEDULES.
These are the Schedules referred to above:
Schedule A.
All that parcel or portion of land belonging to Josephine Rogers measuring
2,251 square feet in area and bounded on the North by the remaining lands
of the said Josephine Rogers on the South and West by the Government
Terrass pit and on the East by the lands of Amelia Jack.
Schedule B.
All that parcel or portion of land belonging to Amelia Jack measuring
4,273 square feet in area and bounded on the North by the remaining lands
of the said Amelia Jack on the South by the Government Terrass pit on the
East by lands of Eric Browne and on the West by lands of Josephine Rogers.
Dated at Kingstown this 8th day of April, 1959.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Clerk of Executive Council.


No. 143.
APPOINTMENTS.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 95 of 10th March, 1959, Mrs. EFFIE
DALZELL of South Rivers has been ap-
pointed as Collecting Officer for the
Magistrate's Court at Colonarie with
effect from 10th April, 1959, vice Mr.
H. C. JAMES, who has resigned.
14th April, 1959.
(J. 9/1951.)

No. 144.
SANITARY AUTHORITY.

The following persons have been
appointed under the provisions of sec-
tion 3 of the Public Health Ordinance,
1927, to be members of the Sanitary
Authority for a period of two years
with effect from 1st January, 1959:-
The Senior Medical Officer (Chair-
man),
The Superintendent of Public Works,
Dr. S. D. GUNN-MUNRO, Resident
Surgeon, Colonial Hospital,
Dr. H. A. MUNRO, Physician, Colo-
nial Hospital,
B. R. NEEHALL, Esq., Exec. Secretary,
CiH. & P.A.
R. N. EUSTACE, Esq., (Representing
Kingstown Town Board),
G. A. MCINTOSH, Esq.
14th April, 1959.


No. 146.
VACANT POSTS.

VACANT POSTS OF STENOTYPIST.

Applications are invited for two
vacant posts of Stenotypist which carry
salary in the scale $1,680 x $96-$2,256,
plus a pay addition of 20%. The point
Iof entry into the scale will depend on
qualifications and experience.
Candidates should have obtained a
pass with Jredit in English in the Cam-
bridge School Certificate Examination
or its equivalent, and Proficiency Certi-
ficates in Shorthand (at least 100 words
per minute) and Typewriting (50
words per minute.
Applications stating qualifications
and accompanied by Certificates and
three testimonials should reach the
Assistant Administrator and Establish-
ment Officer, Government Office, Kings-
town, St. Vincent, not later than 22nd
April, 1959.
14th April, 1959.

No. 147.
DOMINICA BANANA GROWERS'
ASSOCIATION :

APPOINTMENT OF GENERAL MANAGER.

Applications for appointment to the
new post of General Manager of the
Dominica Banana Growers' Association


are invited from suitably qualified per-
No. 145. sons who should be of proved man-
VACATION LEAVE. aerial ability. The applicant appointed
will be responsible to the Association's
MR. VINCENT YORKE, Senior Clerk, Board of Management for the effective
Magistrate's Office, has been granted discharge of all aspects of the Board's
339 days vacation leave with effect from duties, including Banana Disease Con-
Ist February, 1959. trol.
14th April, 1959. The appointment will be on contract
(P.F. 382.) for three years in the first instance, sub-












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


ject to a probationary period of three 4. Discipline.
months and to termination by either Officers will be subject to The WEST
party at three months' notice. The INDIES DEFENCE ACT 1958.
salary offered is in the range $7,200- 5. Pay.
$12,000 per annum, depending on quali- Basic pay ranges from $4.74 (19/9d.)
fications and experience; travelling ex- a day on gazettement as a Second Lieu-
penses are reimbursable. The appoint- tenant to $10.86 (45/3d.) per day as a
meant of a General Manager and its ter- ta t $ ( pe d a
meat of a General Manager and its ter- Major after 13 years service and up to
mination are subject to the approval of $14.43 (59/9d.) per day as a Lieutenant
the Governor-in-Council. Colonel with intermediary increments
If an applicant resident elsewhere w-ithin ranks.
than in Dominica is appointed passage 6. Allowances.
and removal expenses of himself, his
wife and dependent children below the There is a comprehensive scale of
age of 18, not exceeding five persons in allowances which incde te following
I examples:-
all, will be met. examples-
Applications, giving full details of (a) Marriage Allowance at $1.85
qualifications and experience, and ac- (7/812d.) per day for officers be-
companied by copies of two testimonials, teen the ages of 21-25;
should reach the Secretary, Dominica at $3.96 (16/6.) per day for
Banana Growers' Association, Roseau, officers of 25 years and over.
Dominica, W.I., not later than 7th May, (b) Clothing Allowance at $155
1959. (32. 5. 10) as a once-for-all
g rant on joining.
14th April, 1959. (,) Travel and Detention Allow-
(A. 15/1950 IV.) I ances.


No. 148.
MISCELLANEOUS.

THE WEST INDIA REGIMENT.

OFFICER RECRUITMENT.

Introduction.


7. Leave.
Annual leave is allowed up to 42 days
per year initially, rising by rank and
service to 56 days. Free travel to his
territory of domicile for the officer and
family is allowed once in three years.
8. Medical and Dental.
Free treatment is provided for officers
and their families when resident in the


1. There is an immediate require- officer's duty station.
ment for three officer cadets in the 1st 9. Promotion.
Bn. The West India Recgiment and a Subject to the passing of simple pro-
further three will be required within motion examinations, promotion is given
the next year. This affords an oppor- as follows:--
tunity for young men of good back- 2/Lt. to Lieutenant after 2 years.
ground, education and physique to Lieutenant to Captain after an addi-
enter a career which offers generous tional 4 years.
terms of service and advancement in a Captain to Major after an additional
young and growing organisation. 7 years.
Outline Terms of Service. 10. Retirement and Pensions.
2. Eligibility. (a) The normal age for retirement
(a) Age Limits-Between 18 and 23 will be 48 years for a Lieutenant
years. Colonel and 45 for all ranks be-
(b) Education Possession of the low.
General Certificate (or its equi- (b) The retired pay at full rate will
valent) in the English language be calculated on the basis of seven
and three other subjects, days pay at the average rate in
(c) Nationality-British subjects. issue over the three years prior
(d) Residential Candidates must to retirement for each year of
belong to one of the territories of reckonable service. In addition a
The West Indies and have re- generous terminal grant is given.
sided in one of those territories Training.
for a period of three years. 11. The following training will be
(e Candidates must be single carried out by officer cadets prior to the
3. Liability of Service. granting of a Queen's Commission:-
Officers will not normally be required (a) Approximately fourteen weeks
to serve outside the Caribbean Area basic training as an other rank
except for attendance at courses in with The 1st Battalion The
U.K. They can however be ordered to WEST INDIA REGIMENT in
do so by the Governor-General. JAMAICA.












132 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


(b) Two years training as an officer
cadet at The Royal Military
Academy, SANDHURST, ENG-
LAND. During this period of
training adequate extra pay and
allowances are provided to cover
expenses.
Applications.
12. If you are interested, applica-
tions should be made to your Chief
Secretary /Administrator for the appli-
cation ioriim which when completed,
should be forwarded to the Federal De-
fence Officer, Federal Secretariat, Port
of Spain, Trinidad, in this instance by
27th April 1959 at the latest.
Further applications will be asked
for in early 1960.
14th April, 1959.

No. 149.
SUkrLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

The Annual Report of the St. Vincent
Public Library for the year 1958 is
published with this issue of the Gazette.
14th April, 1959.

No. 150.
The Statement of Securities held by
the Crown Agents for Oversea Govern-
ments and Administrations on behalf of
the British Caribbean Currency Fund
at 31st December, 1958, is published
with this issue of the Gazette.

By Order,

F. G. THOMAS,
Acting Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
14th April, 1959.


DEPARTMENTAL AN )
OTHER NOTICES.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT NOTICES.

STUDENT TECHNICIAN, LABORATORY,
COLONIAL HOSPITAL.

Applications are invited for the post
of Student Technician, Laboratory,
Colonial Hospital.
Applications, stating age and qualifi-
cations, and accompanied by at least
two recent testimonials, should be ad-
dressed to the Senior Medical Officer
and should reach his Office not later
than 30th April, 1959.
Preference will be given to candidates
who hold the Cambridge School Certifi-
cate or its equivalent.


Previous training in chemistry or
General Science will be taken into ac-
count.
The salary attached to the post, which
is non-pensionable, is in the scale $528 x
$84-$696 per annum.
A. D. LOW,
Senior Medical Officer.
Medical Department,
Kingstown.
2 th March, 1959.


PENICILLIN AND SULPHA DRUGS.

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that, by virtue of Section 75 (1),
Chapter 183 of the Revised Laws of
Saint Vincent, the importation of peni-
cillin and penicillin preparations (the
acquisition and disposal of which are
controlled by S.R. & 0. 1947, No. 48)
and Sulpha Drugs (the disposal of
which is controlled by S.R. & 0. 1949
No. 75) are prohibited, except under
licence issued by the Senior Medical Offi-
cer.
Dated this 3rd day of April, 1959.
A. D. LOW,
Senior Medical Officer.


Residents in the suburban areas of
Kingstown are hereby notified that a
weekly scavenging service is in opera-
tion and will be in the area on certain
specified days as follows:-
Mondays: Lower Edinboro and a part
of New Montrose.
Tuesday: The remainder of New
Montrose, then Kingstown Park
via the Old Works, Mr. J. L.
Eustace's residence up to Mr. Ivan
Richards' residence.
Wednesday: From the residence of
the Deputy Chief of Police in a
southerly direction then through
Kingstown Park as far as Mr. Ivan
Richards' residence.
Fernside along the upper part of
North River Road to the bridge.
Thursday: The Aided Self Help
Scheme, McKie's Hill in a south-
erly direction to the Cotton Gin-
nery up through Frenches.
Friday: Upper Frenches to the be-
ginning of Sion Hill.
Saturday: The remainder of Sion
Hill and Cane Garden Road in a
southerly direction to Huskinsons
Corner.
2. Householders will place their
refuse in an approved metal or metal-
lined container at the entrance to their
premises in order that the contents may












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


be removed by the Refuse Collector. It PUBLIC WORKS DEPARIMENT.
will therefore be necessary to store
refuse on premises until the appointed AUCTION SALES.
time for removal.
I An Auction Sale will be held at the
3. There will be no collection on Public Works Department Compound
Sunday or on Public Holidays. In the tPubc ors epar Wednesday 15th
latter case there will occasionally be a a r V o Wed y15th
latter case there will occasionally be a April, 1959, at 1.30 p.m., when the fol-
slight departure from the prescribed lowing items will be offered:-
times, but every effort will be made to
cover the entire area once per week des- 1. One 3-ton Truck Canadian Army
pite holidays. Dodge not in working order.
S2. One 5-H.P. Motor Cycle Sec-
4. This service has been a long felt ond Hand Triumph in working
need and the co-operation and support order. Reserve price $500.00.
of residents are solicited so that the de- 3. One old X-Ray Machine-Not in
sired effect will be achieved, working order.
4. Two old Kerosene Stoves.
A. D. LOW, The goods may be inspected at Arnos
Senior Medical Officer. Vale on any working day between the
hours of 9.00 a.m. and 12.00 noon and
Medical Department, 1.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m. except on Satur-
St Vincent. days.


7th April, 1959.


A considerable amount of hospital
dues in respect of the period 1954 to
1958 is still outstanding, and vigorous
efforts are now being made to collect
them.
In the interest of the efficient service
expected of our Colonial Hospital in St.
Vincent all concerned are asked to make
a genuine effort to settle their account
now. It is hoped that by a more re-
sponsible approach on the part of de-
faulters the necessity for taking them
(and their guarantors) before the Mag-
istrate will be avoided; and to this end
a team of authorised collectors has been
appointed, namely:
Mr. Samuel Cunningham, Public
Health Inspector, Bequia.
Mr. James Findlay, Head Teacher,
Government School, Georgetown.
Mr. Eustace A. Commission, retired
Sergeant of Police, Kingstown.
Mr. James Ferdinand, retired Head
Teacher, Rose Hall.
Each collector is equipped with
printed, numbered official receipts
which will be issued on behalf of the
Accountant General for money paid
towards or in full settlement of an ac-
count; and persons making payment are
advised to retain receipts thus obtained
as proof of payment.
A. D. LOW,
Senior Medical Officer.

Medical Department,
Saint Vincent,
10th April, 1959.


T. BRERETON,
Acting Superintendent of Works.
3rd April, 1959.


For sale at auction, on Wednesday
29th April, 1959, at the Public Works
Department Compound, Arnos Vale,
old electricity Stores including Atom-
isers, Brushes, bolts, bearings, joints,
governors, rings, rollers, springs, valves
and many other items. Complete list
may be perused on application to the
Office Superintendent, Public Works
Department, or the Storekeeper, Arnos
Vale.
T. BRERETON,
Acting Superintendent of Works.
14th April, 1959.


VACANT POST.

CLERK, LAYOU TOWN BOARD.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for appointment
to the vacant post of Clerk-Layou
Town Board.
The Clerk as chief executive officer
of the Board will perform such duties
as may be conferred and imposed upon
him by the local authority in accordance
with the Local Government Ordinance.
The salary of the post is $44.00 per
month and is non-pensionable. Appli-
cations should be addressed to the
Chairman, Layou Town Board and
must reach him not later than the 30th
April, 1959.
RALPH WALKER,
Chairman, Layou Town Board.
6th April, 1959.














134 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND COINS IN CIRCULATION
IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON MARCH 1ST, 1959.


Notes


Average circulation during January, 1959


Coins
$


British Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Government Notes


..... 75,457,444.00
...... 1,029,615.00


Total average ...... ...... ...... ......$ 76,487,059.00


British Caribbean Notes and Coins in
ci-culation on March 1st, 1959.
Triniaad and Tobago ...... ..... ......
B arbados ...... ............ ......
British Guiana ...... .. ...... ......
G renada ........... ......
St. Vincent ...... ........ ......
St. Lucia ...... ....... ......
Dom inica ...... ...... ......
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat ......
"Po'cf Set" Coins ...... ......

Total British Caribbean Notes and Coins
in circulation March 1st, 1959.
Demonetized Government notes outstan-
ding on March 1st, 1959.
TrinidaJ and Tobago ...... ...... ......
Eritish Guiana ............
Barbados ...... .........

Total Demonetized Government Notes
outstanding on March 1st, 1959.

Total circulation at March 1st, 1959.


33,525,965.03
6,954,225.00
18,838,696.50
3,580,100.03
829,400.00
1,034,000.00
1,934,400.00
2,814,300.00
1,589,600.00
315,230.00


$3,696,376.00


3,696,376.00


$
1,570,571.00
543,350.00
792,585.00
179,325.00
103,750.0,
128,725.00
104,550.00
124,600.00
122,900.00
24,150.00
1,870.00


$71,415,916.50 $ 3,696,376.00




707,860.30
250,970.50
67,345.00


1,026,175.50

$ 72,442,092.00 $ 3,696,376.00


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


British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.


POST OFFICE NOTICE. The Trinidad mail was retained by
the Trinidad Post Office; but the Tran-
As a result of the accident to the sit mail has been returned to St. Vin-
M.V. 'Blue Star' which sprang a leak cent.
in Port-of-Spain harbour on March Senders are requested to apply at the
16th, mails carried by the vessel were G.P.O. for return of the Parcels posted,
badly damaged by oil and water. some of which may contain items that
have escaped damage.
Mails affected include letters and par-ave d da
cels posted in St. Vincent between P ON. CR T
March 9th and 14th as follows: P. D. ON. CRICHTON,
Colomal Postmaster.
Parcels for Trinidad, U.S.A., and
British Guiana; General Post Office,
Surface letters for Trinidad, U.S.A., Kingstown,
B.G., Aruba and Curacao; 24th March, 1959.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


ST VINCENT COTTON GINNERY.
NOTICE.

The Public is hereby notified that consequent upon a rise in prices of prime
products and materials, and an increase in wages the Executive Board has
decided to make a corresponding increase in the prices of the Ginnery's pro-
ducts and services. The following prices shall come into effect as from 1st
April, 1959.


Cooking Oil: Deodorised Coconut &
Refined Cotton Seed
Crude Coconut Oil
Ginning & Baling
Chicken Feed
Pig Feed
Cow Feed
Coconut Meal
Cotton Seed Meal
Corn Grinding
Soap
In lots of 5 boxes
10
,, ,, ,, 20 ,,
,, ,, ,, 5 ,,




26th March, 1959.


.$ 2.90 per gallon
S. 2.46 ,,
18.00 per bale
7c. per lb.
7c.
6c. ,,
4c. ,,
4c. ,, ,,
./ e. ,, ,,

11.00 per box of 50 lb.
10.45
9.75
9.65
9.35

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Chairimain, Exccutive Board,
St. Vincent Cotton Ginnery.


CROWN BOUNDARY SURVEYS.

In accordance with Crown Lands Ordinance Chapter 77 Section 8 and
the amending Ordinance No. 22 of 1945, the following plans of surveys of
Crown Boundaries have been approved by the Governor and deposited in the
Lands and Surveys Department.

Plan No. Description Parish Surveyor Date
Lodged

C248 Crown boundary between Teviot Charlotte H. Neblett 24/3/59
River and FortyAcres Estate.

C249 Crown lands and Crown boundaries Charlotte H. Neblett 1/4/59
at Montreal and Gaskills.

C251 Crown Reserve-Lots 103 and 112 Charlotte H. Neblett 3/4/59
at Three Rivers.

Dated at Kingstown this 14th day of April, 1959.


H. R. WASON,
Crown Surveyor.


SPECIAL NOTICE.

To ALL BANANA GROWERS.

It is anticipated that "HURRICANE
AND WINDSTORM" Insurance will
becorie effective as from the 1st July,
1959.
Growers are advised carefully to keep
all duplicates of "Banana Pay Slips"
and all other records in connection with


their production and have them avail-
able for inspection when asked; this will
enable them to substantiate any claim
in case of disaster.
Compensation for the purpose of re-
habilitation will only be paid to regis-
tered Growers, according to previous
sales made in their own names, of
bananas produced on lands owned or oc-
cupied by them, solely according to the
Association's records.











136 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


The substance of the above provisions
will be embodied in the necessary
"HURRICANE AND WINDSTORM
INSURANCE ORDINANCE" if and
when it comes into force.
HILARY DaSILVA,
Chairman of Interim Board.
4th April, 1959.


POLICE NOTICES.

AUCTION SALE.

The following articles will be put up
for sale by Public Auction at Police
Headquarters on Wednesday 22nd
April, 1959, at 11 a.m.
5 Copio Baskets
1 Thermos Flask
1 Saucer
1 Enamel dish cover
2 Tins cooked shoulder hams
1 Spoon
1 Enamel pail
2 Pairs ladies' white shoes
2 Jeeps (Toys)
1 Bottle Golden Glow Rum
1 Blue Cap
20 Dry Coconuts
3 Esterbrook Fountain pens
1 Bicycle handle
1 Marble link chain
1 penknife
1 Parcel with starch
1 Basket with Starch
1 Enamel plate
3 Large bottles Kupper beer
2 Tins spray whole milk powder
1 Aluminium pot
1 Pair gent's black shoes
1 Tin Cashew Nuts
8 Pounds whole grain coffee
41 Cartoons Anchor Special
Cigarettes
1 Pair black shoes
8 Crocus Bags
1 Cutlass
2 Bicycle wheels (complete)
1 Table knife
1 Ice-pick
1 Snip
1 Black key purse with 7 keys
1 Black lady's purse containing 70
cents
1 Brown key purse with 2 keys
1 Gent's Wrist Watch
1 Lady's red purse
1 Brown purse with photograph
and 5 cents
1 Brown 2 ft. rule
1 Shirt
1 Cardboard suitcase with male
clothes and Flask
2 Ladies' wrist watches
1 Pack Anchor cigarettes
1 Small key purse marked "Car
Keys''.


1 Tie retainer
1 Auto-cycle pump
1 Tin pet milk
1 Motor vehicle head lamp
1 Wrist watch
1 Umbrella
1 Pair Brown shoes
1 Two blade penknife
1 Plastic Wallet
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
14th April, 1959.

ST. VINCENT POLICE FORCE.

JOIN THE ST. VINCENT POLICE
FORCE.

What has the Force to Offer?

To suitable men of good physique,
education and unblemished character?
It offers a career which will provide a
permanent occupation of variety and
interest. What is more, it gives com-
radeship and security, and if you are
prepared to work hard and obey the
rules of the game you can one day be
the Chief of Police.
You have an opportunity to travel to
Barbados for your Training Course.
You take part in well organized
sports and games.
Qualifications for Appointment.
Age -19 to 30 years.
Height -At least 5' 8".
Chest -At least 34" (deflated)
Eye Sight -Good.
Teeth -Good.
Health -Good.
Educational -Must have attained at
least the Primary School
Leaving Certificate.
Applicants must be recommended by
at least two prominent and respectable
citizens.
Secondary education is an asset, also
previous service in any of H.M. Forces.
Salary commences at $672 p.a. plus
20%.
The following allowances are paid if
you qualify for them.
1. House.
2. Good Conduct.
3. Laundry.
4. C.I.D.
If you are desirous of enlisting in the
St. Vincent Police Force, call in at
Police Headquarters Office EARLY for
an enlistment form and bring along
your Birth Certificate, School Leaving
Certificate and two Recommendations.
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Kingstown,
10th April, 1959.


























SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 APRIL, 1959.-(No. 21.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICE.


It is hereby notified that the undermentioned articles which have been in the Customs Warehouse
mi.':eared for over one (1) year, and are not worth tHe duty, shall be forfeited under Section 28
Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent.
J. H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excisc.
TI' M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
int April, 1959.


Date
Ware-
housed


Ship


30/ 4 57 Sygna


5/ 4/57

22/ 6/57
3/ (i,,."5


Trader

Yssel
(Can. Chal-
lenger


30/ 3/57 Fernwood
r/ 6/57
Lady Jean
13 8/57 Lady Jean
8/ 8/57 West India
14/ 9/57 West India
9/10.'57 I Daerwood

:t.)/,1/57 Helvig Tor
11/12"'57 Fernwood


Consignee


J.. II. Hazell &
& Sons
ditto

Corei; & Co., Ltd.
ditto

G. A. Forde
John II. Hazell


ditto
n Corea & Co., Ltd.
nI ditto
SJ. II. IIazell Sons
S& Co.
mn Corea & Co., Ltd.
George A. Forde
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto


Marks & Nos.


IIazell

J. H. Ilazell

RIBAS
IIazell

Various Marks
J. A. B. (& Co.)
6778
Corea
C. & Co., Ltd
C & Co.
A. P.

Blue Car. Hotel
C. K. G.
P. I. C. O.
C. & Co.,

II. it.


Quantity
& Descrip
tion

1 ctn.

1 pkg.

1 ctn.
1 ctn.

2 ctns.
1 c/s

1 tin
1 etn.
2 etns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
2 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
3 ctns.


Declared


Declared
Contents

Sanitary Belts

Scribbling Pads

Toilet Preps.
Canned Goods

1 Stout
Confectionery

Crix Biscuits
Stout
Stout
Herrings in
Tomato Sauce
Beer
Stout
do.
do.
Beer
Stout


Remarks


Empty

Damaged-
no good
Empty
do.

do.
Decayed

Empty
do.
do.
do.

do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[Price 30 cts. 1


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