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203


SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


ublti. h b gAulhorit .


VOL. 93.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1960. [No. 36.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 278.
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:-


KINGSTOWN


RURAL AREAS (1)


CAUTIONARY
(1) A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
on Police Headquarters.

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


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


(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 Headquar-
ters.
(2) Church Bells will ring for 5
minutes.
(3) The Siren will blow for 5
minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.
(2) Church Bells will ring for 5
minutes.


19th July, 1960.
(W. 15/1958 (B).)

No. 301. 1 No. 302.
APPOINTMENTS. FRENCH CONSULAR REPRESENTATION.

His Honour the Administrator has It is notified for general information
been pleased to approve the appoint- that Monsieur ANDRE JOUBERT has been
ment of Mr. EUSTACE HANNAWAY, appointed as Consul-General of France
Class I Clerk, Customs and Excise De- at Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, in place of
apartment, to the post of Revenue Offi- Monsieur BOIZET. Monsieur JOUBERT'S
cer, Georgetown, with effect from 1st jurisdiction includes The West Indies,
August, 1960. British Guiana, British Honduras, Ba-
hamas and the Virgin Islands.
2nd August, 1960. 2nd August, 1960.
(P.F. 359). (8. 174.)


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204 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1960.-(No. 36.)


No. 303. and Biology, or the General Certificate
PRISON VISITING COMMITTEE. of Education with passes in these sub-
jects at Advanced or Ordinary level
With reference to Gazette Notice will be preferred.
No. 231 of 7th June, 1960, Mr. EB. 5. Applications should be in appli-
DUNCAN, O.B.E., has been appointed as cant's own handwriting and should be
a member of the Prison Visiting Com- addressed to the Chief Secretary, Gov-
mittee for the year 1960. ernment Office, to reach him not later
than 8th August, 1960.
2nd August, 1960. t 8th ugut, 1960.
(s.s.107.) 26th July, 1960.

No. 304. No. 306.
APPOINTMENT ON TRANSFER. SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

Mr. R. G. HUGHES, Headmaster, Estimates of Revenue and Expendi-
Grammar School, St. Vincent, has been ture of the Small Towns and the Mar-
offered, and has accepted, appointment riaqua, Troumaca Village Councils and
on transfer to the Federal Public Ser- Bequia District Council for the year
vice as an Assistant Secretary in the 1960, are published with this issue of
Diplomatic Service. the Gazette.
Mr. HUGHES left the Colony on 29th (F. 16/1956.)
July, 1960, for Trinidad to take up his
new post on 1st August, 1960. By Command,
2nd August, 1960.
(P..91.) E. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.


No. 305. GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
COMMISSIONER FOR CANADA. 2nd August, 1960.

It is notified for general information
that from 17th July, 1960, Mr. R. G. C. DEPARTMENTAL AND
SMITH, Canadian Trade Commissioner OTHER
for The West Indies has been absent OTHER NOTICES.
from office on vacation. He will be
away until early September, 1960. MEDICAL REGISTRATION
During Mr. SMITH'S absence from of- NOTICE.
fice, the duties of Acting Commissioner
for Canada in The West Indies will be The undermentioned person has
performed by Mr. ROBERT RENWICK. this day been registered as a Qualified
2nd Au 1 Medical Practitioner:-
2nd August, 1960. -
Nlaiao


No. 300. William Hugh
VACANT POST. Holmes Taylor

VACANT POST OF ASSISTANT TO THE
PLANT PROTECTION OFFICER-DEPART-
MENT OF AGRICULTURE. O. ]


Vualfcation
Bachelor of Medi-
cine and Bachelor
of Surgery
(London).

L. GARRAWAY,
-I7.Jl ^


I lue ca, Raegistrar.
Applications are invited for the non- Medical Department,
pensionable post of Assistant to the r
Plant Protection Officer under Colonial 27th July, 1960.
Development and Welfare Scheme
D. 4254 in the Department of Agricul-
ture for a period of 8 months in the MEDICAL NOTICE.
first instance.
2. The salary of the post is at the FOOD SANITATION.
rate of $1,200.00 in the grade $1,200.00
x $72-$1,392.00. A 20% cost of living The Health Department is proposing
allowance is also payable. to launch a "Clean Food" Campaign
3. Duties will entail work mainly on beginning in Kingstown. This has as
insecticides, herbicides, fungicides and its objectives:
generally assisting the Plant Protection (i) An awakening of consciousness in
Officer and the farming community with all those concerned that there is
pest and disease problems. a need for improvement.
4. Candidates in possession of the (ii) Consideration of the ways and
Cambridge School Certificate and cred- means by which this goal could
its in Chemistry and Botany, Zoology be achieved.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1960.-(No. 36.) 205


2. With the trend of increasing (b) have attended a Government
population and the rate at which per- or Assisted Primary School or Private
sons move from place to place, there School which satisfies the requirements
appears to be a pressing, need for more of the Board of Education, during the
vigilance in that aspect of Public twelve months preceding the 15th Sep-
Health, and the Department is there- tember, 1960, for not less than 75% of
fore extending an invitation to the pro- the maximum attendances possible dur-
prietor or person immediately respon- ing such period, as shown in the attend-
sible for the control and management of ance Register kept in the school.
Food Vending Establishments to attend (c) furnish certificates of good
a short Course on Food Handling- a conduct from the Head Teacher or
series of five to six lectures of approxi- Head Teachers of such School or
mately one hour. Schools.
3. In order to plan adequately for (d) be natives of the Colony, or
this Course it would be appreciated if children of natives or have been resident
interested persons would signify their in the Colony for at least two years.
willingness to attend, by informing
Public Health Inspectors within the 4. The Education Officer is empow-
Kingstown District or getting in touch ered to accept for examination any can-
with the Department. didate who, through illness has failed
to comply with the requirements of
A. D. LOW, paragraph 3 (b) above, with respect to
Senior Medical Officer. the number of attendances.
5. No Scholarship shall be awarded
Medical Department, to any candidate who obtains less than
Kingstown, one-third of the possible marks in each
St. Vincent. subject and less than one-half of the
total possible marks in the examination.
21st July, 1960. 6. Scholarships are awarded for a
-period of not more than six years pro-
vided the scholar's attendance, conduct
EDUCATION NOTICE. and progress as shown by the term re-
ports are considered satisfactory.
A competitive examination for the 7. Candidates will be examined in
award of scholarships for boys and girls English, including Reading and Arith-
tenable at the Grammar School and the metic, and shall be given an Intelligence
Girls' High School will be held at the Test.
Richmond Iill Government School on 8. Applications accompanied by pro-
Friday, 7th October, 1960, beginning at per proof of age must reach the Educa-
9.00 a.m. tion Office not later than Saturday, 10th
2. The Scholarships are open to pu- September, 1960.
pils attending Government or Assisted JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Primary Schools or Private Schools Acting Education Oficer.
which satisfy the requirements of the
Board of Education, and entitle the Department of Education,
holders to free tuition, games and libra- Kingstown.
ry fees and the necessary school books 4th July, 1960.
and stationery. All scholarship holders,
who during the tenure of a scholarship
normally reside not less than two miles SAINT VINCENT.
from the limits of Kingstown measured IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
by the shortest public highway, shall be WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
entitled to receive a maintenance grant LEEWARD ISLANDS.
at the rate of one hundred and ninety- A.D. 1960.
two dollars per annum: Provided that
should a scholarship holder cease so to Suit No. 57.
reside, for any period during the tenure BET N
of the scholarship, no maintenance WEEN
grant shall be paid in respect of such Messrs P. H. VEIRA & CO., LTD.
period, unless such scholarship holder -Plaintiff,
is living away from home for the pur-i AND
pose of taking advantage of the scholar- JOHN L. BACCHUS
ship. -Defendant.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age on the 15th Notice is hereby given that on Satur-
September, 1960. Age must be proved day, 13th August, 1960, between the
by a birth or baptismal certificate. hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3.00 p.m.




































206 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 2 AUGUST, 1960.-(No. 36.)


there will be put up for sale at the Court
House in Kingstown the undermen-
tioned goods and chattels the property
of the above named defendant John L.
Bacchus levied upon by virtue of a writ
of seizure and sale issued in the above
suit:

One Chevrolet Bus HT. 1265 named
Baby Shirley.

One Fridge "General Electric."

Dated this 20th day of July, 1960.


D. A. NILES,
Acting Deputy Registrar
Supreme Court.


ST. VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE
ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

ARROWROOT BOARD NOTICE.

Notice is given of a general meeting
of the St. Vincent Co-operative Arrow-
root Association to be held at the Peace
Memorial Hall at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon on Saturday, 27th August, 1960,
for the purpose of electing fifteen dele-
gates who will, in turn, elect six mem-
bers to serve on the Arrowroot Board
for the arrowroot year commencing 1st
October next.
R. L. G. ROACH,
General Manager.
Kingstown.
19th July, 1960.


[ Price 30 cents. I


1960.


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










Estimate of Revenue of the Georgetown Town Board for the year 1960.


-Details of Revenue.


1. Rates on Town Property ...
2. afterr Rates (including Private Water
Service)
3. Fees and Licences
4. Miscellaneous
5. Government Grant


Estimate Approved
1960. Estimate Increase. Decrease.
19 1959.


$
1,830

400
500
40
:3,750


$
1,830

400
500
40
3,000


6,520 00 5,770 00


$ C.


$ c.


750 00


Actual
Revenue
1958.


$
1,924

292
304
35
2,590


5,146 98


Details of Expenditure. Estimate Approved
1960. Estimate Increase. Decrease.
1959.


$ c. $ $ $ c. $ c.

1. Personal Emoluments ... 1,572 00 1,572 00
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets, and other
Property .. 2,732 00 2,158 00 574 00
3. Sanitation ... 2,056 00 1,880 00 176 00 ...
4. Rents and Leases .. .
5. Loan, Instalment and Interest ...
6. Miscellaneous ... 160 00 160 00 ...






6,520 00 5,770 00 750 00


Net-Increase ... $ 750.00


(F. 16/1956)


ActualEx-
penditure
1958.


$ c.

1,565 00

1,647 28 Incr
1,774 94


159 99






6,147 21


Remarks.


eased wages.


Remarks.


Employees classified as Industrial
Workers.


Net Increase ... $ 750.00
Estimate of Expenditure of the Georgetown Town Board for the year 1960.


CONRAD MATTHEWS, Chairman,
Georgetown Town Board.


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Estimate of Revenue ot the Callaqua Town Board tot the year 1960.

estimate Approved Actual
Details of avenue. stmae Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks
1959. 1958.


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c.

i. Rates on Town Property 650 00 650 00 ... .. 655 05
2. Water Rates (including Private Water 20 0
Service) 160 00 00 .. 20 00 114 00
3. jees and Licences .. 660 00 600 00 60 00 ... 634 19
4.M1iscellaneous .. 100 00 100 00 ... .. 73 27
5. Government Grant .. 3,042 00 2.830 00 212 00 2,430 00 Employees classified as Industrial
I workers.

4,612 00 4,360 00 272 00 20 00 3,906 51

Nett Increase $252.00


Estimate of Expenditure of the Calliaqua Town Board for the year 1960.


Details of Expenditure.




1. Personal Emoluments
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets, and
othlir Property
2. Sanitatinr.
4. uli ns and Leases
Fi. Loan. Instalmients and Interest
6. Misce!l;ineous


Approved
Estimate R timate
1960. 199.

S$ $ c.

.. 1,2C0 00 1,200 00

.. 1,450 00 1,200 00
1.800 00 11,290 00
54 00 54 00
48 00 50 00
.. 6CO 00 506 00








S.612 00 4,360 00


Nett Incruase $25".00


Actual
Increase. Decrease. Expendi- Remarks
ture
1958.
$ c. $ c. $ c'.

S1,118 0

250 00 .. 46 90
10 00 .. 532 01
54 00
2 00 53 76
6 00 827 02








2l0 00 1 CO 2,731 69


G. P. DOUGAN, Chairman.
Calliaqua Town Board.


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Estimate of Revenue of the Layou Town Board for the year 1960.

Etimate Approved Actual
i Estimate Increase. Decrease.
Details of Revenue. 1960. Estimate Increase. Derease. Revenue Remarks.
1959. 1958


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c.

1 Rates on Town Property .. 793 00 960 00 .. 167 00 455 57

2. Water Rates, (including Private Water 568 00 355 00 213 00 ... 303 38
Service)
3. Fees and Liences 600 00 460 00 140 00 ... 620 30
0. Miscellaneous 20 00 26 00 .. 6 00 270 48
5. Government Grant .. 3,258 00 2,990 00 268 00 ... 2,590 00 Employees clasfied as Industrial
workers.

5,239 00 4,791 .00 621 00 173 00 4,239 73
Nett Inorease $448.00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Layou Town Board for the year 1960.

Estimate Approvd I Actual
Details of Expenditure. Estimate. Increase. Decrease. Expendi- Remarks
1960. ture 'Remarks
1959. 1958.


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ o.

1. Personal Emoluments .. 1,080 00 984 00 96 00 954 00 Increase in warden & Market Clerk's
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other wages.
property ... 1,784 00( 1,700 00 84 00 ... 1,532 04 Streets out of order.
3. Sanitation .. 2,118 00 1,850 00 268 00 ... 1,649 66 Increased wages.
4. Rents and Leases .. 5 00 5 00 .. ....
5. Loan Instalment and Interest .. 100 00 ... 100 00
6. Miscellaneous, .. 152 00 252 00 ... 100 00 .153 14







5,239 00 4,791 00 548 00 1000 004,288 84


RALPH WALKER, Chairman,
Layou Town Beed.


Nett Increase $448.00


(F. 16/1956).









Estimate of Revenue of hee Barmroallie Town Board for the year 1960.


Details of Revenue.


1. Rates on. Town Property

2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service) .
3. Fees ahd Licences
4. Miscellaneous
5. Government Grant


Estimate
1960.


$ c.

820 00


72 00
700 00
60 00
3,290 00


4,942 00


Approved
Estimate
1959.


$ c.

718 00


57 00
790 00'
60 00
2,890 00


4,425 00


Decrease.


Actual
Revenue
1958.


Increase.



$ c.

102 00


15 00O


400 00


517 00


Remarks.


Increase on rates.





Employees classified as Industrial
Workers.


Nett Increase $ 517.00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Barrouallie Town Board for the year 1960.


Details of Expenditure.


1. Personal Emoluments

2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets & other
Property

3. Sanitation
4. Rents and Leases
5. Loan, Instalment and Interest
6. Miscellaneous


Estimate
1960.


$ c.
1,074 00


2,104 00

1,600 00


120 00


Approved
Estimate
1959.


$ c.
926 00


2,000 00

1,200 00

150 00
100 00


4,898 00 4,376 00


Neett Increas $ 522.00


I Actual
Increase. Decrease. Expendi-
ture
1958.

$ c. $ c. $ c,
148 0,0 .. 799 47


104 00 ... 1,004 13

400 00 .. 1,079 63

150 00
20 00 .. 26 97



672 00 150 00 2,910 20


Remarks.


Increase of salaries.




Increased wages.


CONRAD FRANCIS, Chairman,
Barrouallie Town Board.


(F. 1611 ?56).


$ c. $ C.

832 00


126 00
738 42
59 00
... 2,890 00


4,645 42


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Estimate of Revenue of the Chateaubelair Town Board for the year 1960.


Details of Revenue.




1. Rates on Town Property

2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service)
3. Fees and Licences
4. Miscellaneous
5. Government Grant


Estimate
1960.


$ c.
650 00


140 00
478 00
37 00
3.660 00


Approved
Estimate
1959.


$ c.
650 00


140 00
478 00
37 00
3,290 00


4,966 00 4,595 .00


Increase. Decrease.


$ c.






370 00


370 00


$ c


Nett Increase $ 370.00


Actual
Revenue
1958.


$ c.
643 17


104 28
454 83
( 25
2,890 00




4,098 53


SRemarks.










Employees classified as Industrial
workers.


Estimate of Expenditure of the Chateaubelair Town Board for the year 1960. .


Details of Expenditure.





1. Personal Emoluments

2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets, & other
Property

3. Sanitation
4. Rents and Leases
5. Loan Instalment and Interest
6. Miscellaneous


Actual
Estimate Approved Ete
1 Estimate Increase. Deorease. Ependi-
1959 1958.


S c. $ c. $ c. $ e. $ c.

... 1,193 00 1306 00 87 00 .. 1,046 00


... 969 CO 969 00 .. .. 695 37

... 2,160 17 1,937 17 223 00 ... 1,587 80
... 72 00 72 00 .72 00
... 220 83 100 8:3 60 00 ... 234 98 B
... 350 00 350 00 291 89




4,965 00 4,595 00 370 00 .. 3,928 04

Nett Increase $ 370.00


(F. 16/1956).


Remarks.


paymentt Adams Bequest and
Central Government,


S. E. SLATER, Chairman,
Chateaubelair Town Board.


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Estimate of Revenue of the Bequia District Council for the year 1960.


Details of Revenue. s e Estimate Increase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
196C 1959. 1958.


$ c. $ c. $ c. $ c. $ c
1. Rates on Town Property .. 2,150 00 i2,050 00 100 00 .. 2,262 89
2. Water Rates (including Private Water i
Service) .. 20 00 30 00 .. 10 00 11 Wl
3. Fees and Licences .. i70 00 770 00 ... 200 00 211 74
4. Miscellaneous .. 124 00 124 00 .. .. 121 30
5. Government Grant .. 12,000 00 13,000 00 .. 1,000 00 8,600 00 Increase wages for scavengers.


14,864 00 15.974 00 100 00 1,230 00 111207 00
Nett Decrease $1,110.00

Estimate of Expenditure of the Bequia District Council for the year 1960.

Actu l
E.timat Appro ed Actu'l
Details of Expenditure. IEs a Estimate Increase. Decrease. Expendi- Remarks.
i uU. -1959. ture
191958.

$ I $ c. $ c. $ $
1. Personal Emoluments, .2,38 00 00 00 ... 1,628 CO Wages for Market Clerk and normal
2. Upkeep of Buildings, .Streets and other increment.
Property .. 5.000 00 4,762 00 238 00 .. 5,751 23 Roads improvement.
3. Sanitation .. 1,500 00 ,500 00 ... .. 1,452 33 Increase wages for Scavengers.
4. Rents-and Leases ..... ...
5. Loans, Instalment and Interest
6. Miscellaneous ... 1,400 00 1,CCO 00 400 00 1',353 41 For more lighting.
[Market] .. 300 00 .. 300 00 985 96
7. Library .. 5 00 0 2,000 00 1,500 00 ... For completion of Library.
8. Upkeep & Maintenance of Truck ... 550 00 212 00 338 00 ...
[Replacement of Truckj ... .. 14,000 00 4.,000 CO00
9. Extension of Council Office ... 3,34 00 3,534 00 .. For Extension and Renovation of
----- 1,4 District Office.
14,864 00 15,974 00 4,690 00 5,800 00 11,170 93

Nett Decrease $1,110.00


CLIVE L. TANNIS, Chairman,
Bequia District Council.


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(F. 16/1966).









Estimate of Revenue of the Marriaqua Village Council for the year 1960.

estimate Approved A,.tual
Details of Revenue. Estimate Ftimiat Icrase. Decrease. Revenue Remarks.
190' 1959. 1958.


Sc. $ $ $ c. $ c
1. Rates on Town Property ... ..
2. Water Rates (Including Private Water
Service;
3. Fees and Licences .. 260 00 220 00 40 00 .. 230 00
4. Miscellaneous .. 80 00 40 00 40 00 .. 185 15
5. Government Grant .. 1,400 00 1,200 00 200 00 ... 950 CO
6. Income from Crops .. 900 00 70J 00 200 00 .. 145 82


2,640 UO 2.160 00 480 00 ... 1,510 97

Nett Increase 480.00



Estimate of Expenditure of the Marriaqua Village Council for the year 1960.

A. Approved Actual Ex-
Details of Expenditure. Estimate Estimate Inorease. Decrease. penditure Remarks
1959. 1958.


$ c. $ c $ c. $ c. S r.
1. Personal Emoluments .. 600 00 600 b0 ... ... 431 20
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other
Property .. 960 00 680 00 280 00 ... 196 00
3. Sanitation .. 100 00 80 00 20 00
4. Rents and Leases .. ...
5. Loan Instalment and Interest ..
6. Miscellaneous .. 400 00 300 00 I 1C0 00 ... 29 64
7. Expenses on Crops .. 580 00 500 00 80 00

2,640 00 2,160 00 480 00 .. 656 84


Nett Increase$480.00


L. C. LATHAM, Chairman.


(F. 16/1956).







Estimate ot Revenue of the Troumaca Village Council for the year 1960.

Estimate Approved Actual
Details of Revenue. I Estimate Increase Decreasc Revenue Remarks
1959 195S


$ c $ c $ c S $ c,
1. Rates on Town Property .. .. ...
2. Water Rates (including Private Water
Service.) .. .. "0
3. Fees and Licences .. 12 00 12 00 .. 50 60
4. Miscellaneous ... ....
5. Government Grant ...2,C00 0 0 ,300 00 700 00


2,012 00 1,312 00 700 00 ... 50 6O

Nett Increase $700.0C

Estimate of Expenditure of the Troumaca Village Council for the year 1960.

Estimate Pprovd actual Ex-
Details of Expenditure. 19- e Estimale Incresse Decrease penditure Remarks
.1959 i 1958.


Sc $ c S c $ S
1. Personal Emoluments ... 384 00 384 00 314 00
2. Upkeep of Buildings, Streets and other I
Property ... 1,20' 00 728 00 472 0O 608 00 Increase due for the development of
3. Sanitation .. 78 00 ... 78 00 .roads in the different villages
4. Rents and Leases ... 120 00 120 00 60 00 Bath on stream again and is being
5- Loan Instalment and Interest .. ...cleaned regularly.
6. TMiscellaneous ... 80 00 80 CO 78 59
7. Cemeteries .. 150 00 150 00 Funds for cemeteries is estimated
to pay for the caring and over-
SI looking of the cemetery in the
I 2,01' 00 1,"2 00 700 00 .. 1,060 59 different villages.
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Nett Increase IVu700.


(F. 16/1956).


MAUXFORD PROVIDENCE,
Chairman.




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