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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


p ublished b AY uthorit,.


VOL. 93.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY 19 JULY, 1960. [No. 34.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 278.
HURRICANE NOTICES.
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 rec- (1)
tangular centre will be flown
on Police Headquarters.

(2) Loud Spaaker and Radio (2)
announcements.


TAKE COVER
Two red flags with black
rectangular cent es one-
above the other will be
flown on Police IZeadquar-
ters.
Church Bells will ring for 5
minutes.


(3) Three saluting gunn will be (3) The Siren will b3ow for 5
fiued. minutes.


RURAL AREAS (1)


A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
from Police Stations.


(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.


(2) Loud Speaker and Radio (2) Church Bells will ring for 5
announcements. minutes.
19th July, 1960.
(W. 15/1958 (B).)


No. 279.
LAND ARRANGEMENTS.
I.-ANNUAL.


useful service in hurricane condi-
tions. They are to keep a list of local
Justices of the Peace and of persons
who may suitably be enrolled as Special
Con.nhle sp.hnnld tshe npn.rssit.v nrisp


Non-Commissioned Officers in charge
of Police Stations throughout the II.-HURRICANE WARNINGS.
parishes outside of Kingstown are Hur-
ricane Relief Officers. They are to be The Cable and Wireless Company Ltd.
in constant touch with the District gives priority to hurricane warnings, and
Committees and must render them -ommunicates them at once to the Ad-


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KINGSTOWN














190 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 JULY, 1960.-(No. 34.)


ministrator and to the Secretary, Central
Hurricane Committee who, will then
notify the Financial Secretary and the
Chief of Police.
On receipt of such a warning the
Secretary, Central Hurricane also in-
forms all other Heads of Departments,
and the Chief of Police immediately re.-
lays such warning to Non-Commissionec
Officers in charge of Police Stations.
From the time a hurricane warning
is received, the Hurricane Relief Cpm-:
mittees are to take charge generally of
the Districts. They will at once get in
touch with the Police in their Districts
and the officers mentioned in the follow-
ing paragraphs; they are to be ready to
organise relief work with the Medical
Department, to disseminate all informa-
tion; to make arrangements for food sup-
plies; to make arrangements for centres
for first aid for the injured, for housing
and feeding the poor and for transport.
III.-ACTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER WARNING
ISSUED.
The Chief of Police will warn all Non-
Commissioned Officers in charge of Police
Stations. and they in turn warn inhabi-
tants, ships in the harbour &c.
All Departments will batten down and
secure loose stores.
The Superintendent of Public Works
will get in touch with Road Overseers
and they and the drivers and gangs will
be on the alert.
The Assistant Superintendent of Tele-
phones will get in touch with all lines-
men, and arrange with all Exchanges
for the dissemination of warnings.
IV.-AFTER THE HURRICANE.
After the hurricane is over, the Re-
lief Committees will decide on what


No. 280.


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the
effect
to hi
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ings can be used as first aid sta-
and for housing and feeding the
;ute.
.ef Committees will arrange in con-
ion, with District Medical Officers
ansport of injured to first aid sta-

ief Committees will arrange to
sr the homeless and for their feed-

ief Committees will issue food (if
have taken charge of local supplies),
st aid stations on demand by Dis-
Medical Officers.
V.-ACTION IN KINGSTOWN.
Kingstown all action, as indicated
will be carried on by the
town District Committee save that
financial Secretary, the Superinten-
f Agriculture and the Labour Com-
ner will be in charge of food sup-
and the Chief of Police will be in
e of the collection and protection
homeless.
VI.-ST. VINCENT GRENADINES.
District Officer, St. Vincent Gren-
s and/or the individual Relief
ittees will take any necessary
in the islands in hurricane con-
s.
VII.-RETURNS.


ki

t
1:
i:


* Financial Secretary, the Senior
lal Officer, the Chief of Police
the Superintendent of Public
will render a return annually to
Administrator on the 1st July to the
that their preparations with regard
'ricane arrangements are up to date
order.


19t4 July, 1960.


CENTRAL HURRICANE COMMITTEE.


1t is notified for general information that
is composed of:-
His Honour the Administrat
''he Honourable Financial S
The Minister for Communic
Reverend Father Michael
The Very Rev. Father M. Le
Methodist Minister in Char
Honourable A. C. Cyrus,
A. G. Hazell, Esq.,
'The Education Officer,
The Chairman of the Kings
The Senior Medical Officer,
The Superintendent of Agric
'ine Chief of Police,
The Superintendent of Work
The Public Relations Officer,
J. Y. S. Westwood, Esq., Rep
Honourable A. C. Hadley, D:
St. Vincent Branch,
Secretary: O. S. Barrow,
19th July, 1960.
(W. 15/1958.)


ie Central Hurricane Com:nittee

r, Chairman,
.cretary,
tions and Works,
dlum, D.F.C.
Curtin, S.F.M.,
e of the Kingstown Circuit,




town Town Board,

lt' re,


esentative of C.D.C.
rector British Red Cross Society,

sq., Government Office.
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 JULY, 1960.-(No. 34.)


No. 281.
The District Hurricane Committees for

CHATEAUBELAIR DISTRICT embrac-(
ing Chateaubelair, Rose Bank, Trou-
maca, Westwood, Rose Hall

nARROUALLIE DISTRICT embracing
Cumberland, Spring, Wallilabou, Peters
Ilope and Mt Wynne




LAYOU DISTRICT embracing Layou,
Vermont, Francois, Clare Valley, Du-
bois, Chauncey, Questelles, Lowmans,
Camden Park



KINGSTOWN DISTRICT embracing
Kingstown, Sion Hill, Arnos Vale,
Edinboro, Boiswood, &c.



CALLIAQUA DISTRICT embracing Cal- 1
liaqua, Belair, Gomea, Villa, Brighton, .
Prospect


STUBBS DISTRICT embracing Diamond,
Rivulet, Glamorgan, Victoria Village,
Stubbs, Calder, Argyle



MESOPOTAMIA D1SThiCi'T embracing)
Mesoootamia, Richland Park Hope-
well, Enhams, Evesham, Belmont.



BIABOU DISTRICT embracing Biabou,
Bridgetown, Greggs, Lowmans (Wind-
ward), Lauders, Union, Cedars


COLONARIE DISTRICT embracing Co-
lonarie, Sans Souci, Diamonds, New
Adelphi, Park Hill, Mt. William, Gorse,
Etc.


GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from
River going North to Fancy)


Dryl

f.


GEORGETOWN DISTRICT (from Dry
River going South 'to Colonarie
Boundary)


1960 are as follows:
Hon. S. E. Slater, Chairman,
James Ferdinand, Esq.,
Deputy Chairman,
Leopold Anthony, Esq.,
James Isaacs, Esq. (Westwood).
Hon. S. E. Slater, Chairman,
Reginald Ash, Esq., Dep. Chairman,
The Revenue Officer,
R. I. Morris, Esq.,
The District Nurse.
Hon. H. F. Young, Chairman,
Milton Findlay, Deputy Chairman,
Arnold Jack, Esq.,
Stanley Morris, Esq.,
L. L. Punne.t, Esq.
Lawrence Brereton
Owen Walker,

Hon. E. S. Campbell, Chairman,
The Chairman, Kingstown Board,
Deputy Chairman,
D. Punnett, Esq.,
R. Roach, Esq.,
F. H. Scott, Esq.
Hon. H. A. Haynes, Chairman,
G. Dougan, Esq., Deputy Chairman,
Ormond Williams, Esq.,
John A. Dougan, Esq.,
W. A. Phillips, Esq. (Brighton).
Hon. L. C. Latham, Chairman,
W. Alexander, Esq., Dep. Chairman.
W. A. Falby, Esq., J.P.
C. Joslyn, Esq.,
V. Theobalds, Esq.
Hon. L. C. Latham, Chairman,
A. D. Drayton, Esq., J.P.,
Dep. Chairman,
Mrs. Ursula Warner,
The District Nurse,
W. Davis, Esq.
Hon. E. T. Joshua;, Chairman,
Denis Hadley, Esq.,
Deputy Chazrman.
E. Ballah, Esq.,
J. Sherman, Esq. (Lowmans.
E. St. Hilaire Esq. (Greggs).
Hon. E. T. Joshua, Chairman,
Capt. The Hon. A. B. dosSantos,
J.P., Deputy Chairman,
C. Stephens, Esq.,
R. Gonsalves, Esq.,
E. Richardson, Esq.,
Hon. Mrs. E. 1. Joshua, Chairman,
George Stephens, Esq.,
Dep. Chairman,
W. H. Barnard, Esq.,
Basil Balcombe, Esq.,
R. John, Esq.
Hon. Mrs. E. T. Joshua, Chairman,
Percy Stephens, Esq., J.P.,
Deputy Chairman,
C. W. Prescod, Esq., I.S.O., J.P.,
J. E. Richards, Esq., J.P.,
Rev. M. A. E. Thomas,















192 SAIP T VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 JULY, 1960.-(Nb;.34.)


UNION ISLAND


BEQUIA




CANOUAN




MAYREAU


MUSTIQUE


The following is a summary of the
instructions issued to the Committees.
1. In the event of a hurricane strik-
ing this Island the Chairman of each
District Committee will act at once with-
out further orders or instructions and
inaugurate such immediate relief work
as he considers the exigencies of the
situation demand, inclusive of a tempor-
ary hospital and first aid stations. He
will immediately summon his Committce.
collect the following information and
submit to head quarters as early as pos
sible:-
(a) Number of persons killed-
,, seriously wounded.
,, slightly wounded, require
ing medical attention.
(b) ,, of persons destitute.
(c) ,, of houses totally des-
troyed.
,, partially destroyed and
unfit for habitation.
(d) What food is required immediately.
(e) What clothes are required imme-
diately.
(f) What medical stores are required
immediately.
(g) Condition of Roads.
2. The District Committees will ar-
range, in consultation with the District


Hon. C. L. Tannis, Chairman,
The District Officer, Southern
Grenadines, Dep. Chairman,
The Revenue Officer, Union Island,
Lisle Browne, Esq., J.P.
Hon. C. L. Tannis, Chairman.
Dawson WI!lace, Esq.
Dep. Chairman.
Sydney McIntosh, Esq., J.P.,
Cyril McIntosh, Esq.,
Clarude Hazell, Esq.,
Hon. C. L. Tannis, Chairman.
Silvanus Burke, Esq.,
Dep. Chairman.
The Agricultural Officer,
Mrs. Theresa Antrobus,
Thornhill Sandy, Esq.
The Proprietor of Mayreau (or his
agent), Chairman,
The Headteacher, Mayreau.
The Proprietor of Mustique (or his
agent), Chairman,
iLue -ieauteacher, Mvustique

Medical Officer for the transportation of
the injured to first-aid stations; trans-
ferring the seriously wounded to Kings-
town for hospitalisation; detention of
the slightly wounded at first-aid stations
in the districts; establishment of central
kitchens to cope with immediate de-
mands for relief food; rationing and
distribution of foodstuffs; housing and
clothing cf distressed persons.
3. Should the roads be blocked so
that communication with the District
Chairman is not possible each member
of the Committee will act on his own
initiative and organise relief parties to
clear the roads and give first aid until
such time as he can communicate with
the Chairman.
In this event each member of a Coin
mittee will send a written statement to
the Central Committee as required in
1 (a) to (g), transmitting a copy as soon
as possible to the Chairman of his dis-
trict committee.
4. The first duty of a Committee is
to see that roads are cleared at once
so that communication can be estab
lished.
19th July, 1960.
(W. 15/1958 (B).)


No. 282.
The following list of traders hold essential foodstuffs etc. during the
hurricane season:


KINGSTOWN:


Corea & Co. Ltd.
J. H. Hazell Sons & Co. Ltd.
United Traders Ltd.
Baynes Bros.
Nanton Layne & Cc.
P. H. Veira & Co.
Gerald Providence
C. K. Greaves
G. W. Frank & Sons
Dnlo Clarke


f


1
I


i-
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 JULY, 1960.-(No. 34.)


KINGSTOWN.-Contd.






CHATEAUBELAIR:



TROUMACA:

BARROUALLIE:





LAYOU:





VERMONT:



QUESTELLES:



LOWMANS HILL:


CALLIAQUA:


BRIGHTON & BELVEDERE:


GOMEA:


-.1ESOPOTAMIA:





BIABOU:







RICHLAND PARK:



HOPEWELL:

COLONARIE:


W. J. Abbott
George Forde
J. S. Veira
G. A. Veira & Sons
Fitzroy Roberts & Sons
Edmund Webb
Peter DaSilva
Olive Morgan
J. A. Tucker
Louis Gellizeau
Catherine Burke
...... Enid Walker
George Sayers
..... Selwyn Connell
Melville Hamlet
Lily Jackson
Wilmouth Oliver
Lennard Joachim
Reginald Ash
...... Cyril Velox
George Durham
Nathaniel Durham
Edward Fraser
Beryl Hadaway
Owen Walker
...... Lennie Slater
Austin Mattis
Erry Mattis
Una Finch
...... T. Collins
Jack Brs.
Esau Williams
Fitz Williams
.... Rupert Venner
R. A. Gibson
...... Talbert Isaacs
Simeon Cumberbatch
John Dougan
Hubert Tony
...... Wilbert Phillips
Alby Payne
...... Ephraim Adams
Aflick Haynes
..Gerald Miguel
Benedict DaSilva
Helen DaCosta
Amos Bacchus
Velma Browne
Hubert DaSilva
...... Gerald Shortte
Samuel James
Bill Williams
George Goodluck
Cyril Hull
Gracel Minors
Dalton Garrick
Gerome Shearman
..... J. Bacchus
D. Bacchus
Gladys Bacchus
Francis DaSilva
._ Benedict DaSilva
Albert Carr
SAlban Gonsalves
Ridley Ryan
Vida McDowall
Alban Pereira















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 JULY, 1960.-(No. 34.)


BYERA HILL:



GEORGETOWN:




LANGLEY PARK:
SANDY BAY:


BEQUIA:
Port Elizabeth


Hamilton

Okar

Low Bay

Paget Farm


Gellizeauz
CANOUAN:




UNION ISLAND:
Ashton


Clifton


- St. Clair Boyea
Adolphus Showe
Leonora Home
Elijah James
...... Owen Lewis
Mt. Bentinck Shop
Percy Stephens
Henry Coombs
Percy Phillips
..... Basil Balcombe
...... Ernest Nanton
William Sutherland
Augustus Hoyte

...... Clive Tannis
Cyril McIntosh
Mena Jarvis
...... Edric Harris
George Duncan
...... Revena Phillips
Noah Osborne
...... Leon Ollivierre
Guilford Stowe
...... Arnie Ollivierre
Stephen Derrick
Leopold Stowe
...... Conrad Hazell
...... Gabriel Mitchell
Rebecca Telemacque
Albert Lewis
Simon Pompey
Mercedes De Roache

...... Joseph Alves
Vernal Hutchinson
Ezekiel Jones
Alexander Stewart
Walter Wilson
...... Conrad Adams
L. Fraser
John Allen


19th July, 1960.


No. 283.
APPOINTMENT.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to approve the appointment
of Mr. JJIAN FRANCIS, Senior Building
Construction Foreman, Public Works De-
partment, to the post of Assistant
Superintendent of Works, Public Works
Department, St. Vincent with effect
from 13th June, 1960.
19th July, 1960.
(P.F. 370.)

No. 284.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. J. H. D. Cox, Collector of Customs
and Excise, has been granted 161 days
vacation leave with effect from l1th July,
1960.
19th July, 1960.
(P.F. 54.)


No. 285.
RESIGNATION,

Mr. P. M. GREAVES, Assistant Master,
(Graduate), St. Vincent Grammar
School, with effect from 19th July, 1960.
19th July, 1960.
(P.F. 686.)

No. 286.
Mr. JOSEPH B. CONNELL, Class I Clerk,
Government Office, with effect from 18th
August, 1960.
19th July, 1960.
(P.F. 370.)

No. 287.
LEGISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary of
State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be














19 JULY, 1960.-(No. 34.) 195


advised to exercise her power of disal-
lowance in respect of the following Ordi-
nances of this Government:-
No. 7 of 1959.-An Ordinance to repeal
and replace the Adoption of Child-
ren Ordinance, 1942.
(J. 3/1950.)

No. 3 of 1960.-An Ordinance to sanc-
tion certain payments from the
Public Treasury in excess of the
sums granted by the Appropriation
(1957) Ordinance, 1957, (No. 10 of
1957) for the year ended the
thirty-first day of December One
Thousand Nine Hundred and
Fifty-seven.

No. 8 of 1960.-An Ordinance to amend
the Travelling and Subsistence
Allowances Ordinance, 1946.
(F. 5/1945 (A)).
1lth July, 1H63.

No. 288.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Legislative Council Pro-
ceedings and Debates (Hansard) in the
First Session (1957-1958) held on 3rd
October, 1957, which may be seen at Gov-
ernment Office, the Kingstown Library,
and at all Revenue Offices, are published
with this issue of the Gazette.
19th July, 1960.

No. 289.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Monday 1st August, 1960, being a Bank
Holiday, all Public Offices will be closed
on that day.
19th July, 1960.

No. 273.
VACANT POST.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.


and supervision of all Crown Land
renters.
Applications stating educational and
other qualifications should be addressed
to the Superintendent of Agriculture,
Kingstown, and should reach him not
later than 30th July, 1960.
12th July, 1960.

By Command,
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
19th July, 1960.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

MEDICAL REGISTRATION
NOTICE.
T"he rndermentioned persons have this
day been registered as Midwives:-

Medical Name Residence
District I

mI Pemberton, Ratho Mill
Mildred
Sheila
II North Tucker, Chateau-
Carmel belair
Elester
O. L. GARRAWAY,
Medical Registrar.
Medical Department,
6th July, 1960.


AGRIC;ULUIURAL UEPAH
MENT.

ARROWROOT NOTICE.

Election of District Delegate
Represent Small Growers c


s to
n


POST OF FOREST GUARD. the Arrowroot Association.
Applications are invited for the vacant Under the Arrowroot (Amendment)
post of Forest Guard in the Forestry Ordinance No. 15 of 1954, notice is hereby
Division of the Department of Agricul- given that the election of a district dele-
ture. gate for each of the districts enumerated
The salary of the post is in the scale hereunder will take place at the time
$748.80 x $43.20-$1008 per annum. and place stated:-
The post is non-pensionable and ap-
pointment thereto is liable to termina- North Leeward District
tion by one month's notice in writing On Saturday 23rd day of July, 1960
on either side. between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and
The successful candidate will be res- 2 p.m. at Troumaca Government School.
ponsible to the Superintendent of Agri-
culture, in his capacity as Chief Forest Kingstown and South Leeward Districts.
Officer, for the performance of his duties. On Saturday 23rd day of July, 1960
The duties of the post entail the pa- between the hburs of 7.30-9.00 a.m. at
trolling and policing of all Crown Lands Layou Police Station and between the
in an assigned area, assisting in the hours of 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon at the
sale of forest produce, supervision of Office of the Agricultural Department,
silvicultural work and for the control Kingstown.


SAINT VIN'CENT, TUESDAY


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196 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 JULY, 1960.-(No. 34)


North Windward District
On Friday 22nd day of July, 1960 be-
tween the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. at the Georgetown Government
School.
Central Windward District
On Friday 22nd day of July, 1980 be-
tween the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. in Area "A" at the Park Hill Arrow-
root Factory and in Area "B" at the
Biabou Association Hall.
Area "A" includes Three Rivers, South
Rivers, Park Hill, Colonarie and Friendly
Village.
Area "B" includes North Union, New
Adelphi, New Gr o u n ds, Chapmans,
Diamond Village, Lowmans, Bridgetown,
Biabou and New Prospect.
South Windward District
On Friday 22nd day of July, 1950 be-
tween the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. in Area "A" at the Mesopotamia
Government School and in Area "B" at
the Stubbs Government School.
Area "A" includes all small growers
delivering starch to the Association
from Mesopotamia, Yambou, Evesham,
Carriere, Hopewell and Richland Park.
Area "B" includes Stubbs, Mt. Pleas-
ant, Calder, Argyle, Brighton, Belvidere,
Enhams, Victoria Village, Glamorgan,
Prospect, Diamond, Choppins, Carapan,
Ratho Mill, Calliaqua, Glen and Golden
Vale.
Saint George District
On Friday 22nd day of July, 1960 be-
tween the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.00
p.m. at the Belair Government School.
All persons whose names appear on
the list of small growers who deliver
starch from the above districts to the
Arrowroot Association during Crop 1956-
57 are entitled to vote and each person
is entitled to one vote only.

C. DEFREITAS,
Acting Superintendent of
Agriculture.
5th July, 1960.


NOTICE TO TOMATO
GROWERS.

Persons desirous of growing tomatoes
for export are advised that large irregu-
lar shaped fruits-for example those of
the "Ponderosa" variety or spongy,
light fruits with large hollow spaces-e.g.
those of the "Oxheart" variety-are not
favoured by overseas buyers. The ex-
port market prefers a firm tomato of
uniform shape and size, as for example,
those of the "Marglobe" and "Beefsteak"
varieties.
A. V. SPROTT,
Marketing Officer.

St. Vincent Marketing Board.
5th July, 1960.


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE KINGSTOWN MAGISTRATE'S
COURT-FIRST DISTRICT.
CIVIL JURISDICTION.
A.D. 1958.

Suit No. 341 of 1958.
Between:


GEORGE A. VEIRA


ORNIE OLLIVIERRE of Bequia


Plaintiff.


Defendant.


The under-mentioned goods and chat-
tels, property of the above-named De-
fendant, levied upon by a Writ of
Seizure and Sale issued in the above Suit,
will be put up for sale by Public Auction
at the Police Station at Paget Farm,
Bequia, on Friday 29th day of July, 1960,
between the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 3.00
p.m. in the afternoon.

That is to say:

One (1) "Youth" Sewing Machine.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Magistrate.
Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
llth July, 1960.


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE KINGSTOWN MAGISTRATE'S
COURT-FIRST DISTRICT.
CIVIL JURISDICTION.
A.D. 1960.

Suit No. 208 of 1960.

Between:


GARNET BRISBANE

VINCENT HEWITT


and


Plaintiff.

Defendant.


The under-mentioned goods and chat-
tels, property of the above-named De-
fendant, levied upon by a Writ of
Seizure and Sale issued in the above Suit,
will be put up for sale by Public Auction
at the Court House, Kingstown, on
Saturday the 30th day of July, 1960,
between the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 3.00
p.m. in the afternoon.

That is to say:

One (1) 5-Tube Mullard Radio.

CHARLES BAILEY,
Baliff.
Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
11th July, 1960.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 JULY, 19C0.-(No. 34.)


ST. VINCENT BANANA GROWERS' ASSOCIATION.

BANANA PRICE INCREASE

In accordance with Section 3(2) of the Banana Growers Association (Ar"end-
ment) Ordinance No. 10 of 1959, it is hereby notified that after consultation with
the Minister for Trade and Production, the Board of Management of the Associa-
tion have decided to increase the price paid to growers to 5.25 cents per lb. as
from the shipment scheduled for the 26th July, 1960.
Hereunder is the formula for arriving at the above price:-
Price obtainable from Geest Industries (B.W.I.) Ltd. 7.0375 cents per
lb.


Less:
Leaf Spot Control
Price Assistance Scheme
Hurricane and Windstorm Ins. Fund
Buying Operations
Administration Expenses
Loan Repayment


...... .25 cents
...... .31
...... .125
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BALANCE TO GROWERS

By Order of the Board of Management


1.7875

5.25 cents


F. E. WILLIAMS,
Secretary/Manager.


15th July, 1960.


ST. VINCENT BANANA GROWERS WARNING TO SHIPPING.


ASSOCIATION.

NOTICE OF MEETING.

All registered growers of the Troumaca
District Branch are invited to attend a
Branch meeting at the Rose Hall Gov-
ermnent School, on Thursday the 21st
July, 190S, at 5.03 p.m.
AGENDA.
1. Prayers.
2. Reading and Confirmation of
Minutes of 17th March, 19JO.
3. Matters arising out of the Minute_
of 17th March, 1960.
4. Unfinished Business.
5. New Business.

MAUXFORD M. PROVIDENCE,
Secretary, District Branch.
19th July, 1960.


MARINE NOTICE.

A floating wreck bearing an identifi-
cation plate 2.48 metres long, 1.27
metres broad, .44 metres deep and car-
rying the inscription "Marlin-T.Y.C."
has been discovered in the Port of Fort
de France, Martinique.
Any person laying claim to this
wreck may communicate with the Mer-
cantile Marine Authority at that Port.

J. H. D. COX,
Chief Receiver of Wreck.
H.M. Customs,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent, W.I.
23rd June, 1960.


SIn view of works in progress in the
approaches to the Deep Water Harbour
Involving Diving Operations and the use
of Taut Wire Measuring Gear, the area
extending for a Half A Mile in all direc-
tions from the Northern End of the
SBreakwater is declare-I a PROHIBITED
AREA until further notice.
2. All vessels are warned to keep
clear of the above defined area.
Admiralty Chart affected, No. 502.
Approximately position of End of
breakwater is:-
13 degrees 6.2' North
59 degrees 38.1' West.
N. C. EASEY,
Harbour and Shipping
Master.
Parbouir and Shipping Master,
5ridgetoxN n,
Barbados.
3rd July, 1960.

NOTICE.

UNDER THE LAND AND IIOUSE TAX
ORDINANCE, CHAPTER, 194.

In accordance with the provisions of
Section 21, Chapter 194 of the Revised
Laws of Saint Vincent, as amended by
Section 3 of Ordinance No. 18 of 1937, it
is hereby notified for general informa-
tion that the Tax Rolls for each District
of the Colony will, after the 30th l!ay of
June, 1960, be available for inspection by
the public at the Treasury.
KYRAN LEWIS.


Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
24th June. 1960.


Magistrate.


[ Price 30 cents. J


1960.


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