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21 NOV i960


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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

uitblis hed bp Authoritg.


VOL. 93.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 OCTOBER, 1960. [No. 47


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 396.
APPOINTMENT OF ACTING CHIEF JUSTICE, WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.

The Instrument appointing Mr. Justice FABIAN J. CAMACHO to act as Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of the Windward and Leeward Islands with
effect from the 20th September, 1960, is published for general information.
THE WEST INDIES.
By His Excellency the Right Honourable the Lord
HAILES, Member of Her Majesty's Most Honour-
able Privy Council, Knight Grand Cross of the
L.S. Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Gov-
ernor-General and Commander-in-Chief of The
West Indies,
etc., etc., etc.
HAILES,
Governor-General
To: FABIAN JOSEPH CAMACHO
Whereas by section 5 (1) of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order in Council 1959 provision is made for the appointment, in
the event of the Governor-General being satisfied that the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands is unable to
perform the functions of his office, of a person qualified for appointment as a
judge of the Supreme Court to perform the functions of that office:
And whereas I am satisfied that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
is unable to perform his functions by reason of his absence from duty consequent
on the grant of vacation leave:
Now therefore, I the said PATRICK GEORGE THOMAS, LORD
HAILES, in pursuance of the power conferred on me by the said section and
of all other powers me thereunto enabling, do appoint you the said FABIAN
JOSEPH CAMACHO as from the twentieth day of September, one thousand
nine hundred and sixty to perform the functions of the office of Chief Justice





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294 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 OCTOBER, 1960.-(No. 47.)


of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands and to
have and exercise all the powers, functions, jurisdiction and authority apper-
taining to that office.
Given under my Hand and the Public
Seal of The West Indies this six-
teenth day of September, 1960 in
the Ninth Year of Her Majesty's
Reign.

By His Excellency's Command

O. E. HENRY,
Acting Secretary to the Governor-General.
11th October, 1960.

No. 397.
HURRICANE "DONNA" RELIEF FUND.

The following is a list of donations received on behalf of the Hurricane
Donna Relief Fund:-
British Red Cross Society, Kingstown .. $ 69.50
Basil Balcombe .. 50.00
Anonymous .. 25.00
British Red Cross Society, New Ground Jnr. Link .. 25.81
Mrs. A. D. Low .. 10.00
B. Mulzac .. 1.00
British Red Cross Society, South Rivers Members Group .. 7.00
do. ,, Appeals Officer .. 11.50
Lt. Col. S. A. Anderson .. 10.00
Francis DaSilva .. 5.00
Sympathathizer .. 2.50
R. M. Barnard .. 23.50
Kingstown Preparatory School .. 40.54
Staff & Pupils Canouan School .. 7.65
British Red Cross Society, Troumaca .. 17.45
do. do. South Rivers .. 3.00
Hon. A. M Punnett, C.B.E. .. 15.00
Dr. & Mrs. II. B. Hetherington .. 20.00
S. Ferdinand .. 5.00
I. D. B. Charles .. 10.00
A Well Wisher .. 2.00
$361.45

11th October, 1960.

No. 398.
APPOINTMENTS.

SUGAR INDUSTRY LABOUR WELFARE COMMITTEE.

Under the provisions of Regulation 3 of the Sugar Industry (Labour
Welfare) Regulations, 1950, (S.R. & O. No. 42 of 1950), the Administrator-in-
Council has appointed the undermentioned persons to the Sugar Industry
Labour Welfare Committee for a period of (2) years with retrospective effect
from 21st July, 1960 :-
Labour Commissioner-Chairman
The Honourable Financial Secretary ) -Pubc Offlcers.
Senator E. A. C. HUGHES 1 -To represent interests of Sugar
LANGLEY L. PUNNETT, Esq. ) Exporters.


R. T. SAMUEL, Esq. -To represent interests of work-
LEOPOLD MARTIN, Esq. ers in the Sugar Industry.
The Inspector of Labour -Secretary to the Committee.
11th October, 1960.
(C.M. 185.)















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 OCTOBER, 1960.-(No. 47.)


No. 399.
ADOPTION BOARD.

By virtue of the provisions of Section 3 of Ordinance No. 7 of 1959, the
following persons were appointed to serve as members of the Adoption Board
for a period of two years with effect from 1st October, 1960:-
The Magistrate District I (Ex-officio)
The Magistrate District II (Ex-officio)
Mrs. LINDA SELLING )
Mrs. N. S. NANTON Appointed by Administrator-in-Council.
Mr. EDGAR REDDOCK
The Magistrate District I is Ex-officio Chairman.
11th October, 1960.
(SS 30.)

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:-


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


t2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.


(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.

RURAL AREAS (1) A red flag with a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
from Police. Stations.

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
19th July, 1960.
(W. 15/1958 (B).)


No. 400.
GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1961.

POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of descriptions of
Polling divisions for the undermen-
tioned Electoral Districts prepared in
accordance with the provisions of sec-
tion 7 of the Legislative Council (Elec-
tions) Ordinance, 1951 are published
for general information with this issue
of the Gazette:-
(1) Electoral District of North Lee-
ward.
(2) Electoral District of South Lee-
ward.
(3) Electoral District of Kingstown.
(4) Electoral District of West St.
George.
(5) Electoral District of East St.
George.
(6) Electoral District of South
Windward.


TAKE COVER
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Headquar-
ters.
t2) 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.


(7) Electoral District of Central
Windward.
(8) Electoral District of North
Windward.
(9) Electoral District of the Grena-
dines.
11th October, 1960.

No. 401.
LABOUR INSPECTOR.

Mr. S. B. Cox, Inspector of Accounts,
Treasury, who was transferred to the
post of Labour Inspector, Labour De-
partment, with effect from 5th August,
1960, assumed duty at the Labour De-
partment on 1st October, 1960.
11th October, 1960.
(P.F. 300.)

No. 402.
LAYOU TOWN BOARD.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 256 of 21st June, 1960, Mr. MILTON
E. FINDLAY has been elected Chairman


KINGSTOWN


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of the Layou Town Board with effect
from 26th May, 1960.
11th October, 1960.
(SS 257.)


No. 403.
RESIGNATION.

INtE'LCTOR OF MOTOiV CLES.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 579 of 20th October, 1953. Mr. C. M.
RICHARDS has resigned as Inspector of
Motor Vehicles withl effect from 9th
September, 1960.
11th October, 1960.
(417.)


No. 404.
APPOINTMENT.

INSPECTOR OF MOTOR VEHICLES.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 403 of 11th October, 1960, Corporal
C. A. BOWEN has been appointed an
Inspector of Motor Vehicles with effect
from 29th September, 1960..
11th October, 1960.
(417.)


No. 394.
VACANT POSTS.

PROPAGATOR ATTENDANT, WALLILABOU
PROPAGATION STATION, ST. VINCENT.


No. 405.
POST OF BAILIFF, SUPREME COURT.

Applications are invited for the post
of Senior Bailiff, Supreme Court, St.
Vincent. The post is pensionable, with
salary in the scale $748.80 x $43.20-
$921.60 x $86.40-$1,699.20. Travel-
ling allowance is payable in accordance
with local regulations.
Further particulars of the post can
be obtained from the Registrar, Su-
preme Court, St. Vincent.
Applications, supported by t wo testi-
monials, should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, Government Office, St.
iT nrnt, and should reach him not later
than Monday, 24th October, 1960.
11th October, 1960.


No. 406.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Minutes of the Meeting
of the Legislative Council held on the
8th September, 1960, which may be
seen at Government Office, the Kings-
town Library and at all Revenue Of-
fices, are published with this issue of the
Gazette.
11th October, 1960.

No. 407.
The Report of the Accountant Gen-
eral on the Colony's Accounts for the
year 1958 is published with this issue
rf +ia rG 'r ii.4..


0 LLt e lazetteLL .
Applications are invited for the post
of Propagator Attendant, Wallilabou llth October, 1960.
Propagation Station, St. Vincent, un-
der the Cocoa Propagation Scheme No. 408.
D 4296. The appointment will be for The Report on the
six months in the first instance but toms and Excise D(
there is every possibility that the year 1958 is published
Scheme will be continued after 31st the CazettO.
March, 1961, as a charge on the local 11th October, 1960.
budget.
The salary of the post is in the scale No. 409.
$768 x $GO-$1,O8l per c..nnm plus
$7" U .... The Notice Fixing
20% salary addition. The Notice Fixing
ries of Kingstown
Quarters are not provided. Boundaries Ordinanc
The duties of the post will include published with this is:
all aspects of nursery management and
Cocoa propagation and such other du-
ties as the Cocoa Officer may prescribe. By Comi
Applications giving full particulars
of the applicant should be addressed to E. A. B
the Chief Secretary, Government Office,
St. Vincent, and should reach him not
later than Monday, 17th October, 1960. GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
4th October, 1960. 11th October, 1960.


working of the Cus-
epartment for the
I with this issue of




the New Bounda-
under the Towns
ce (Cap. 212) is
sue of the Gazette.


nand,

RATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 OCTOBER, 1960.-(No. 47.)


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER NOTICES.

WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS.

PROPOSALS ONLY-To be posted up until 24th October, 1960.

Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving
effect to the proposals set out hereunder.

WAGES COUNCILS ORDINANCE, NO. 1 OF 1953.

The Agricultural Wages Council.

The Agricultural Wages Council hereby gives notice of its intention to
submit to the Governor proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum remun-
eration and holidays with pay specified in the Schedule below.
The Wages Council will consider any written representation with respect
to these proposals sent to it within 14 days from the 11th day of October,
1960. Any such reprise station shul be signed by the person making the
same (giving his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages
Council. Copies of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of
the Wages Council.
It is desirable that persons making objections should state the precise
grounds of their objections.
Dated this 8th day of September, 1960. Issued by the Order of the
Agricultural Wages Council.
S. B. COX,
Secretary.
Department of Labour,
Kingstown.

SCHEDULE.
MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR TIME WORK.
1. The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers to whom this Order
applies, employed on time-work, shall be as follows:-
Men .. $1.35 per day for a day of 8 hours
Women .. $1.08 per day for a day of 8 hours.

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR OVERTIME.
2. Whenever a worker, to whom this Order applies, employed on Time-
work, works with the consent of his employer for more than 8 hours on any
ordinary day he shall be paid (except as is hereinafter provided) for every
hour or part thereof time and a half and for all work done on Sundays and
Public Holidays double time provided that this does not apply to watchmen,
stockmen, grooms and workers employed on the shift system but whose total
earnings must not be less than the daily minimum wage when such earnings
are divided by the number of days worked in the period whether paid on a
weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis.

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR PIECE WORK AND TASK WORK.
3. The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers, to whom this Order
applies, when employed on piece work or task work shall be as follows:-
Digging Arrowroot: 35 cts. per basket measuring 28" in diameter and
filled to a height of 14".
Digging Peanuts: 26 cts. per kerosene tin filled to the height of the tin.
Picking Cotton: 4 cts. per lb. (No deduction for moisture).


Provided that where a worker is employed on any piece work or task
work the employer shall be deemed to pay wages at less than the minimum wage
unless he shows that the rate for a period of 8 hours was not less than the
minimum wage for a day.


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HOLIDAYS WITH PAY.
4. Every worker to whom this Order applies shall be entitled to holidays
with pay as follows:-
(1) 7 days holiday with pay for 201 days and over worked.
(2) 6 ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 176-200 days worked.
(3) 5 ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 151- 175 ,, ,,
(4) 4 ,, ,, ,, ,, 126-150
(5) 3 ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 100-125


WATER NOTICE.
It is hereby notified for general i]n-
formation that it is proposed to clean
certain water tanks on Thursday 13th
October, 1960, and that water to Kings-
town, and to other districts connected
to the Majorca Source, will be locked off
from 9.00 a.m. t6 4.00 p.m. on that day.
W. C. RAILTON,
Acting Superintendent of Works.
Public Works Department,
6th October, 1960.


TREASURY NOTICE.
LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

It is hereby notified that Land and
House Tax in respect of the- current
year will be received without: fine at the
Inland Revenue Department, Kihig-
town, and at District Revenue Offiees
at Georgetown, Barrouallie and Union
Island during thiie eriod lst No mnib t
to 31st December, 1960, and at'" tidy
Bay, Colonarie, Biabou, Mesopotamia,
Layou and Chateaubelair on the dates
listed hereunder:-
Sandy Bay-On Monday 21st Nov-
ember and 121h December.
Colonarie-On Thursday 3rd, 10th,
17th, 24th' November and 1st, 8th,
15th and 22nd December.
Biabou-On Tuesday 6th, 13th; 20th
and' 27th December.
Mbsopotamia-On Friday 4th, 18th,
and- 25th November and 2nd, 9th
16th December.
Layou-On Monday 7th, Thursday
17th and 24th November and Mon-
day 5th and Thursday 15th and
29th December.
Chateaubelair-Ofi Friday 4th, Tues-
day 15th and Friday 25th Novem-
ber and Tuesday 6th, 13th and 20th
December.
MOULTON V. WILLIAMSg
Acting Accountant General.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vinceent,
16th September, 1960.


EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL NOTICE.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.

An examination for entrance to the
Grammar School next year will be held
at the school on Saturday, 29th Octo-
ber, 1960.
Candidates should arrive for regis-
tration at 8.30' a'.m. and should each pre-
sent a birth certificate and a testimo-
niial I'tro hls present Headteacher.
Writing paper will be provided for
the examination but pupils must bring
their own pens, pencils, and rulers.

T. C. WORRELL,
Acting Headmaster.
G(arimniar School,
30th September, 1960.


GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL NOTICE.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION.

An examination for entrance to the
Girls' High School next year will be
held at the School on Saturday, 29th
October, 1960.
Candidates should arrive for regis-
tration' at 8.30 a.m. on that day, and
should each present a testimonial from
her present Itead Teacher.
Teachers and parents are requested
to submit names and birth certificates
not later than Friday, 21st October.
Parents are not advised to send girls
under 10 years of age.
Writing and scrap paper, blotting
paper' and ink will be provided for the
examination, pupils are asked to bring
their own pens, pencils and rulers.,

JENNIE G. JACOBS,
Acting Headmistress.


Girls' High' Shool,
30th September, 1460.





























SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 OCTOBER, 1960.-(No. 47.)


CUSTOMS NOTICE. CUSTOMS NOTICE.

It is hereby notified that the under- Mariners are advised that the Winker
mentioned articles which have been Buoy at entrance of the Clifton Har-
forfeited for a breach of Section 90 bour, Union Island, St. Vincent Gren-
Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent, adines is out of order and will be re-
will be sold by Public Auction at H.M. moved for repairs.
Customs, Kingstown, at 1.30 p.m. on
19th October, 1960. S. E. JOSHUA,
m Acting Collector of Customs
One Sailing Schooner "Triumphant and Excise.
Native" 41 Tons Nett. H.M. Customs,
40 Bdls. Galvanised Iron Sheets 29th September, 1960.
111 Cartons Wine
1 Case Motion Picture Film POLICE NOTICE.
10 Motor Vehicle Tyres
29 Coilo TElect(rip. Cabhl Wia


19 Cases Apparel
2 Cases Merchandise
28 Cartons Angostura Bitters
49 Cylinders Co2 Gas
65 Bags Poultry Feed
100 Bags Compound Fertilizer
4 Tins Ground Coffee
1 Drum Methylated Spirits
1 Carton Fibre Glass.
S. E. JOSHUA.
Acting CoRector of Customs
and Excise.
H.M. Customs,
29th September, 1960.


iAALE OF RUBBER HEELS AND
KHAKI BLANCO.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that there will be put up for
sale by public auction on Wednesday
19th October, 1960 at 11.00 a.m. at
Police Headquarters, the undermen-
tioned articles:-
501 Rubber Heels
297 Cakes Khaki Blanco
S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
S27th September, 1960.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 30 cents. 1
1960.


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MINTJTES OF THE MEETING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL HELD AT THE K
COUNCIL CHAMBER, KINGSTOWN, ON THURSDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER,
1960, AT 10.00; A.M.

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PRESENT:
His Honour A. F. GILES, Administrator, President /
The Honourable B. F. DIAS, Attorney General,
I. D. B. CHARLES, Acting Financial Secretary,
S A. CYRUS, First Nominated Member,
,, .E. T. JOSHUA, Member for Central Windward, Chief Minister,
,, Mrs. I. I. JOSHUA, Member for North Windward, Minister for
Social Services,
,, S. E. SLATER, Member for North Leeward, Minister for Com-
munications and Works,
,, C. L. TANNIS, Member for the Grenadines,
,, H. F. YOUNG, Member for South Leeward,
L. C. LATHAM, Member for South Windward,
,, A. B. DOSSANTOS, Second Nominated Member,
,, ,, E. S. CAMPBELL, Member for Kingstown

ABSENT:
The Honourable H. A. HAYNES, Member for St. George, Minister for Trade and
Production, (On leave)
,, A. C. HAIDLEY, Third Nominated Member (Sick).

1. PRAYERS
The President opened the Meeting with the reading of prayers.

2. MINUTES
Minutes of the Meeting held on 4th August, 1960 copies of which had been
previously circulated were taken as read and were confirmed.

3. ANNOUNCEMENTS
The President made the following announcements:
1. That he proposed to progrouge Legislative Council during this morith
and that the House would meet again on the First Thursday in October
to begin a new Session.
2. That he had signed a Certificate of Urgency which would be presented
at the appropriate stage to permit the Legislative Council (Electoral
Districts) Order, 1960 Validation Bill to be introduced read, and taken
through all its stages at this Meeting in order to correct a technical
error in the date of the Order in Council.
3. That a message thanking the House for its condolences had been received
from Mrs. Bevan.

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4. NOTICES OF MOTIONS.
There were no Notices of Motions.

5. NOTICES OF QUESTIONS.
The Honourable Member for Kingstown gave Notice of the following Ques-
tions:
1. Will the Honourable Minister for Social Services please state why there
was no official opening of the Lodge Village School? Will she also state
why dances are held at the said school by the People's Political Party
in contravention of the declared policy of the Government and the Edu-
cation Department that schools should not be hired for political activity
nor for the holding of dances?
2. Will the Honourable Chief Minister state what is the proposal of the
St. Vincent Government concerning Customs Union of the Federation?
3. Will the Honourable Minister for Communications and Works please
make a statement to the House concerning the Deep Water Quay based
on answer to the following questions-.
i. How soon is the project likely to commence?
ii. What is the source of the funds?
iii. How and by what concern is the construction to be handled.

6. PETITIONS.
No Petitions were presented.

7. PAPERS.
The Honourable Attorney General laid the following Council Papers on the
Table:

Council Paper No. 34 of 1960: Minutes of Finance Committee Meeting of
18th September, 1959.
Council Paper No. 35 of 1960: Minutes of Finance Committee Meeting of
11th December, 1959.
Council Paper No. 36 of 1960: Minutes of Finance Committee Meeting of
31st December, 1959.
Council Paper No. 37 of 1950: Lowmans Windward District (Establishment
and Membership of Council) Order, 1950.
Council Paper No. 38 of 1960: Official Designations Order, 1960.
Council Paper No. 39 of 1960: Travelling and Subsistence Allowance
(Amendment) Regulations, 19C0.
Council Paper No. 40 of 1960: Report of the Registrar of Co-operative Soci-
eties for the period 1st June, 1958 to 31st December, 1959.

7. QUESTIONS.
The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the first Question stand-
ing in his name.
1. Will the Minister for Communications and Works inform this Honourable
House of the Roads to be reconstructed under the new Road Programme
commenced in April, 1960, indicating the amounts provided for each rooad?








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The Honourable Minister for Communications and Works replied as follows:
1. The roads to be constructed under the '.D. & W. 1959 Act are:-
1. Clare Valley, Questelles 12,000
2. Diamond
Chapmans
Mt. Greenan 30,000
Higher Lowmans
Belle Vue
3. Sandy Bay, Fancy 6,000
4. Hopewell, Richland Park 15,000
5. Richmond Labbay 20,000
6. Evesham
Reilly
Carriere 18,000
Cane End
7. Calder 15,000
8. Gomea, Evesham 15,000
9. Grenadines 12,000
10. Three Akers 15,000
11. Westwood, Rose Hall, Palmyra 24,000

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the second Question
standing in his name:
2. Will the Minister for Communications and Works kindly state whether
the road leading from the Dauphnie Junction to the Meek Estate has been
classified as first, second, third or fourth class Road under the Roads
Ordinance No. 15 of 1955 and whether provision was made in the
C.D. & W. programme for the reconstruction of this road; and will the
Minister for Communications and Works further state why priority
attention has been granted to the reconstruction of the Meek Road,
which primarily serves a private estate, in preference to the completion of
the Gomea Evesham Road as recommended by the Team of Experts in
their Report of November, 1957.

The Minister for Communications and Works replied as follows:
2. The road leading from the Dauphnie Works terminating at Welcome
Village is classified in Ordinance 15/55 as a fourth class road.
This road is in the Gomea/Evesham area and the team of experts
recommended that 5 miles of roads in all should be oiled and about 3
miles of new roads constructed to facilitate access in the area. Pro-
vision for this area has accordingly been made in the new C.D. & W.
scheme.

The Honourable Member for South Windward asked the third Question
standing in his name:
3. Will the Minister for Communications and Works please state for the
information of this Honourable House the terms and conditions under








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which Government equipment and labour is being used on lands belong-
ing to one Mr. Hilary DaSilva at Arnos Vale?

The Minister for Communication and Works replied as follows:-
3. The bulldozer was hired to Mr. Hiary DaSilva in the usual way and at
the usual rates to carry out levelling work on his land. P.W.D. was in
need of fill for the parking apron and Mr. DaSilva very readily agreed
to the removal by P.W.D. of the earth.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the first Question stand-
ing in his name:
1. Will the Minister for Trade and Production state: In what capacity
Mr. Hilary DaSilva attended the Banana Conference in St. Lucia and
whether any Minister of Government attended the conference?

In the absence of the Minister for Trade and Production, the Chief Minister
replied as follows:
1. Mr. Hilary DaSilva attended the Banana Conference which commenced
in St. Lucia on the 13th June, 1960 in an advisory capacity.
The Honourable H. A. Haynes, Minister for Trade and Production
was this territory's representative. He had, however, at the invitation
of the Governor of the Virgin Islands of the United States proceeded
to St. Thomas to be present at the opening of the Ninth Annual meeting
of the Caribbean Tourist Association held in the capital on the 13th
June.
The Minister left St. Thomas the following day and arrived in St.
Lucia on the 15th June. The Banana Conference had in the meantime
concluded sooner than was expected, as the Federal Deputy Prime Min-
ister had to return hurriedly to Trinidad.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the second Question stand-
ing in his name:
2. Will the Minister of Labour state what steps, if any, are being taken to
revise the wages paid to chauffeurs footmen and daily paid workers in the
employment of Government?

The Honourable Chief Minister replied as follows:
2. Wages Councils for Industrial Workers and Agricultural workers ale at
present sitting, and the wages of the categories of workers mentioned in
the question will be considered in the light of their recommendations.
Wages of daily paid road workers in country districts have already been
adjusted.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the third Question standing
in his name:
3. Will the Government state what steps if any are being taken to carry out
enumeration and to prepare an Electors roll for the General Elections
and whether Government has appointed any Officers in connection with
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Mr. President replied as follows:
3. Honourable Members, I am replying to this question in my capacity aS
Administrator. The Supervisor of Elections will be appointed early this
month and will be instructed to initiate immediate action in accordance
with the Legislative Council (Elections) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1960
which came into effect on the 1st September, and of the Legislative
Council (Elections) (Amendmont No. 2) Ordinance which came into
effect on 15th August. His first task will be to divide the new constituen-
cies into polling divisions, in accordance with the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance 1951, and as an essential preliminary to the start
of the new enumeration. All arrangements will proceed with the greatest
possible speed compatible with efficiency.

The Honourable Member for South Leeward asked the fourth Question stand-
ing in his name:
4. Will the Minister for Social Services please state whether any recommen-
dations have been submitted by the Boundaries Commission for Kings-
town and how soon it is proposed to hold the Kingstown Board Elections?

The Minister for Social Services replied as follows:
4. Specific recommendations as to boundaries have been made by the Com-
mission, have been accepted by Government and have been conveyed to
the Kingstown Town Board. It is hoped with the cooperation of the
Board to hold an election in the near future as soon as the remaining
preliminary administrative work has been completed. The Board has
agreed to set up a multi party committee to divide the new town area into
wards.

[Mr. President having left the Meeting at 10.30 a.m. the Deputy President
took the Chair.]

9. BILLS.
FoR FIRST READING:
The following Bills were introduced and read a first time:
Legislative Council (Contracts with Government) (Disqualification) Bill.
Legislative Council (Electoral Districts) Order, 1960, Validation Bill.
FOR SECOND READING:
The Cane Farmers Association (Amendment) Bill was read a second time.
There was a short debate on the Bill after which the Honourable Member for
Kingstown seconded by the Honourable Member for South Windward moved that
the Bill be referred to a Select Committee. The Motion was put to the vote with
the following result:
Lost 4-6.
For Against
Hon. H. F. Young Hon. B. F. Dias
,, L. C. Latham ,, I. D. B. Charles
,, A. B. dosSantos ,, E. T. Joshua
,, E. S. Campbell ,, Mrs. I. I. Joshua
S. E. Slater
C. L. Tannis
The Bill then passed the Committee stage without amendment.










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The Honourable Member for Kingstown seconded by the Honourable Member
for South Leeward moved that the Bill be deferred and brought back to Council
six months later. The Motion was put to the vote with the following result:

Lost 4-6.
For Against
Hon. H. F. Young Hon. B. F. Dias
,, L. C. Latham ,, I. D. B. Charles
,, A. B. dosSantos E. T. Joshua
,, E.S. Campbell ,, Mrs. I. I. Joshua
S. E. Slater
C. L. Tannis

The Bill was then read a third time and passed.

The Legislative Council (Electoral Districts) Order, 1960, Validation Bill was
read a second and third. time and passed without amendment after the Attorney
General had laid the, President's Certificate of Urgency on the Table.

10. ADJOURNMENT.
On the Motion for adjournment the following Members spoke on the subjects
as indicated hereunder:

Honourable Member for South Windward:
Constitutional talks in Trinidad.

Honourable Member for Kingstown:
Cane Farmers Association (Amendment) Bill.
Elections.

Honourable Member for the Grenadines:
Subsistence Rates payable to Members of Council.
Cane Farmers Association (Amendment) Bill.
Constitutional talks in Trinidad.

The Meeting adjourned sine die at 12.15 p.m.

A. F. GILES,
President.



Confirmed this 6th day of October, 1960.


A. F. GILES,
President.








NOTICE OF FIXING OF NEW BOUNDARIES OF KINGSTOWN UNDER
THE TOWNS BOUNDARIES ORDINANCE (CAP. 212).

(Gazetted 11th October, 1960.)

WHEREAS it is provided by section 2 of the Towns Boundaries Ordinance
(Cap 212) that it shall be lawful for the Governor to appoint in writing three
or more Commissioners for the town of Kingstown, among others, for the pur-
pose of ascertaining and fixing the boundaries thereof:
AND WHEREAS on the 14th day of June, 1960, I did by virtue of the afore-
said provision appoint in writing three Commissioners for the aforesaid pur-
poses:
AND WHEREAS by virtue of section 9 of the aforesaid Ordinance, the afore-
said Commissioners did, with my consent, prepare a written specification
of the boundaries of the aforesaid town of Kingstown containing such particu-
lars as were prescribed in lieu of a plan of such aforesaid boundaries.
AND WHEREAS I have approved such written specification and caused
such specification as aforesaid to be laid before the Legislative Council of the
Colony of Saint Vincent:
AND WHEREAS the aforesaid Legislative Council did, on the 6th day of
October, 1960, approve the aforesaid written specification.
Now THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY I\NOii ED that the aforesaid written specifi-
eaition con~ ill, d in the Schedule hereto has been lodged in the Surveys Office
in the Town of Kingstown aforesaid, there to be preserved on record.

SCHEDULE.
The boundaries of the Town of Kingstown shall be as follows:-
Commencing from the point where the Sion Iill/Arnos Vale
Crown lands' boundary meets the sea, along this boundary to the
Windward Highway; thence northerly along the Windward Highway
to a point on Ronald Llewellyn's boundary and along a straight line
to the junction to Hunte/David Seales boundary with the Dorsetshire
Hill road, following the Dorsetshire Hill road to where it meets the
Leonard Phillips/Thomas Mascoll boundary; thence in a straight line
to Gibson Corner, along the Leeward Highway to its intersection
with the St George/St. Andrew Parish boundary and along this
boundary to the sea

Dated this seventh day of October, 1960.
A. F. GILES,
Administrator.
(S.S. 215.)


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING 01 FILE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


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