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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Sublished bn gathoritg.


VOL. No. 94.]


No. 230.


SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 AUGUST, 1961. [No. 41.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


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

(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will be
fired.
RURAL AIEASB (1) A red flag with.a black rec-
tangular centre will be flown
from Police Stations.
(2) Loud Speaker and Radio
announcements.
18th July, 1961.
(421.)


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.


No. 274.


RETURN: OF.~ ADMINISTRATOR FROM BEQUIA.


With reference to Gazette Notice No.,260 ,of 8th August, 1961, His Honour
ALEXANDER FALCONER ,OGsB, C.M;Gi M:B.E., Administrator of St. Vincent,
returned to tho mainland,on 14th August, 1961.
15th August, 1961.
(347.)


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252 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


No. 275.
NORWEGIAN CONSULAR REPRE-
SENTATION, ST. VINCENT.

It is notified for general information
that Mr. EINAR ODLAND has been ap-
pointed as Honorary Vice-Consul for
Norway at Kingstown, St. Vincent.
15th August, 1961.
(834.)



No. 276.
REGIONAL SURVEY OF WEST INDIES
PUBLIC SERVICES.

The Commission appointed by His
Excellency the Acting Governor-Gen-
eral, under the Chairmanship of Sir
Richard Manktelow, K.B.E., C.B., to
survey the staffing problems of the Fed-
eral and Territorial Public Services is
expected to arrive in St. Vincent on the
3rd September, 1961. Members of the
public or interested organizations are
invited to submit memoranda to the
Commission on any matter falling within
the Commission's terms of reference.
Such memoranda should be addressed, in
quintuplicate, to the Secretary of the
Commission and should be forwarded
to the office of the Chief Secretary,
Kingstown, not later than the 2nd Sep-
tember, 1961, for delivery to the Com-
mission on arrival. The full text of
the Commission's terms of reference was
published in the "Challenge" on 1st
August, 1961; the Government Gazette
on 8th August, 1961, and the "Vincen-
tian" on 12th August, 1961.
15th August, 1961.
(C. 597.)



No. 277.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
202 of 27th June, 1961, Mr. DAVID KING,
Chief Mechanic, Public Works Depart-
ment, resumed duty on 1st August, 1961.
15th August, 1961.
(P.F. 535.)


No. 278.
With reference to Gazette Notice No.
183 of 6th June, 1961, Mr. SAM[UEL
LAYNE, Press Minder, Government
Printing Office, resumed duty on 12th
August, 1961.
15th August, 1961.
(P.F. 930.)


No. 279.
VACATION LEAVE.

Miss JOAN A. JACK, Class III Clerk,
Education Department, has been granted
72 days vacation leave with effect from
8th August, 1961.
15th August, 1961.
(P.F. 890.)

No. 280.
RESIGNATION.

Miss SHIRLEY DAISLEY, Class III
Clerk, General Post Office, has resigned
the Service with effect from 12th Aug-
ust, 1961.
15th August, 1961.
(P.F. 871.)

No. 281.
CORRECTION NOTICE.

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
267 of 1st August, 1961, Mr. CHARLES
BAILEY, Bailiff, Supreme Court, has
been granted 144 days vacation leave
with effect from 10th August, 1961 and
not from 8th August 1961, as was
stated in error.
15th August, 1961.
(P.P. 790.)

No. 282.
SUPPLEMENTS TO GAZETTE.

Copies of the Legislative Council
Proceedings '-*ud Dlohutes (Hansard) in
the First Session (1957-1958) held on
3rd July, 1958 which may be seen at
Government Office, the Kingstown
Library, and at all Revenue Offices, are
published with this issue of the Gazette.
15th August, 1961.

No. 283.
The Report on the Lands and Surveys
Department for the year 1959 is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette.
15th August, 1961.

No. 284.
VACANT POST.

VACANT POST OF ASSISTANT
DRAUGHTSMAN, LANDS AND
SURVEYS DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons possessing the Cam-
bridge School Certificate, preferably
with a credit in mathematics, or its


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15 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 41.)













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 41.)


equivalent, for the above mentioned
pensionable post which carries a salary
in the scale $1,032X84-$1,284X96-
$1579.
Further particulars may be obtained
from the Crown Surveyor.
Applications in the applicants' own
handwriting, accompanied by two testi-
monials, should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, Government Office, to
reach him not later than 23rd August,
1961.


By Command,


GOVERNMENT
15th Augur


E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.
OFFICE,
st, 1961.
r, -i.-.-T m A T A [TV'T


Lu


DEARMJlrNT-l Aln A-
OTHER NOTICES.


THE ST. VINCENT BANANA
GROWERS ASSOCIATION.

PARK HILL DISTRICT BRANCH

NOTICE OF MEETING

All registered growers of thr Parki
Hill District Branch are invited to at-
tend a meeting of the Park Hill District
Branch to be held at the Park Hill Gov-
ernment School on Sunday, 20th August,
1961 at 3.30 p.m.
AGENDA.
1. Reading and Confirmation of
Minutes of last meeting.
2. Matters arising out of the Minutes.
3. Election of one member to serve
on the Management Committee.
4. Other Business.
5. A Film Show.

DUNCAN PROVIDENCE,
Secretary,
Park Hill District Branch.
10th August, 1961.

POLICE NOTICE.

All persons resident in St. Vincent
who have complaints respecting a
E. LILLY who obtained from them sub-
scriptions for a well known Magazine
should attend Police Headquarters
bringing with them Receipt or Order
given to them by the said E. LILLY.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
4th August, 1961.


EDUCATION NOTICE.

- A competitive examination for the
award of scholarships lor noys anit girls
tenable at the (Grammar School and
Girls' High School will be held at the
Richmond Hill Government School on
Friday, 6th October, 1961 beginning at
9.00 a.m.
2. The Scholarships are open to
pupils attending Government or Assis-
ted Primary Schools or Private Schools
which satisfy the requirements of the
Board of Education, and entitle the
holders to free tuition, games and
Library fees and the necessary school
books and stationery. All Scholarship
holders, who during the tenure of a
scholarship normally reside not less
than two miles from the limits of Kings-
town measured by the shortest public
highway, shall he entitled to receive a
maintenance grant at the rate of one
hundred and ninety-two dollars per
annum: Provided that should a scholar-
ship holder cease so to reside, for any
period during the tenure of the scholar-
ship, no maintenance grant shall be paid
in respect of such period, unless such
scholarship holder is living away from
ilomue for the purpose of taking advan-
tage of the scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been
less than 12 years of age on the 15th
September, 1961. Age must be proved
by a birth or baptismal certificate; (b)
have attended a Government or Assis-
ted Primary School or Private School
which satisfies the requirements of the
Board of Education, during the twelve
months proceeding the 15th September,
1961, for not less than 75%/ of the maxi-
mniu attendances possible during such
period, as shown in the Attendance
Register kept in the school; (c) furnish
certificates of good conduct from the
Headteacher or Headteachers of such
School or Schools; (d) be natives of the
Colony, or children of natives or have
been resident in the Territory for at
least two years.
4. The Education Officer is em-
powered to accept for examination any
candidate who, through illness has failed
to comply with the requirements of
paragraph 3 (b) above, with respect to
the iuniiiher of attendances.
5. No Scholarship shall be awarded
to any candidate who obtains less than
one-third of the possible marks in each
subject and less than one-half of the
total possible marks in the examination.
6. Scholarships are awarded for a
period of not more than six years pro-
vided the scholar's attendance, conduct
and progress as shown by the term re-
ports are considered satisfactory.


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254 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 41.)


7. Candidates will be examined in
English, including Reading and Arith-
metic, and shall be given an Intelligence
Test.
8. Applications accompanied by
proper proof of age must realh the
Education ()iice not later than Satur-
day, 9th September, 1961.

JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.

Department of Education,
Kingstown.
8th August, 1961.


PRESS RELEASE.

RECRUITMENT OF OFFICERS FOR
FEDERAL DEFENCE FORCE.

With the commencement of the De-
fence Expansion Programme, it has
become necessary to apply for addi-
tional vacancies at United Kingdom
Training Establishments for training
Officer candidates for regular commis-
sions in the Federal Defence Force.
Applicants must be British subjects
resident in the Federation and must
be between the ages of 18 and 24 and
their applications must be received by
31st August, 1961. Basic pay ranges
from $5.85 (1.4.41/3) a day gazetting
as a Second Lieutenant to $13.04
(2.14.4) per day as a Major after 13
year,; service and up to $17.39
(3.12.512) per day as a Lieutenant
Colonel with intermediary increments
within ranks.
The following particulars are to be
submitted with applications:-
(a) Full name and address
(b) Occupation
(c) Age at last birthday
(d) Place and date of birth and
nationality
(e) Education (certificates must
be forwarded)
(f) If not born in the West Indies
length of residence in the
West Indies-giving precise
dates.
(g) Full particulars of any previ-
ous service with H.M. Forces.
Applications should be forwarded to
the Federal Defence Officer, Governor
General's Office, Port of Spain,
Trinidad.

S. A. ANDERSON,
Chief of Police.
4th August, 1961.


ARROWROOT BOARD NOTICE.

Notice is given of a General Meeting
of the St. Vincent Co-operative Arrow-
root Association to be held at the Office
of the Arrowroot Association at 10.0')
o'clock in the forenoon on Saturday.
26th August 1961, for the purpose of
electing fifteen delegates who will, in
turn elect six members to serve on the
Arrowroot Board for the Arrowroot
year commencing 1st October next.

C. A. HAROLD,
Acting General Manager
25th July, 1961.


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1961.

SUIT No. 47
BETWEEN:
THE ACCOUNTANT GENERAL
Plaintiff
and
GLADSTONE POLLARD Defendant

Notice is hereby given that on Sat-
urday, 2nd September, 1961, between
the hours of 12 o'clock noon ond 3.00
p.m. there will be put for sale at
the Court House in Kingstown, the
undermentioned goods and chattels the
property of the above named defendant
Gladstone Pollard levied upon by virtue
of a writ of seizure and sale issued in
the above suit:
1 Liebherr Fridge
1 Dining-room set, (1 table and
4 chairs)
2 Morris sitting chairs
1 Kaiser Radiogram
3 wooden side tables
1 table glass top
1 pressure cooker
2 garden chairs
1 car, P. 832 (Hilman)
1 kitchen safe
2 sitting chairs.

Dated this 3rd day of August, 1961.

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












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 AUGUST, 196-1.-(No.. 41.) 255


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.
A.D. 1959.


SUIT No. 45
BETWEEN:
THE BARRIE FLOUR MILLS by its Duly
Constituted Attorney on Record
RANDOLPH BYNOE Plaintiff
and


B. R. JAMES & Co.


Defendant


Notice is hereby given that on Sat-
urday, 2nd September, 1961, between
the hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3.00


,).in. there will be put for sale at the
:Court House in Kingstown the under-
mentioned goods and chattels, the
property of the above named defendant
B. R. James & Co. levied upon by
virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued in the above suit:


1 Dining Table
3 Sitting Chairs
1 Book Case
1 Centre Table
1 Dressing Table
1 Wardrobe
1 Press
2 Safes.

Dated this 3rd day of August, 1961.

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


Treasury Notice.



LAND AND HOUSE TAX OFFICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become de-
faulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance," their properties, having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday 19th August,
1961, at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of Taxes
due.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Ag. Accountant Gcneral.


Treasury Chambers,
Kingstowa.
25th July, 1961.


Name of Owner or Situation of Property. Description of
Occupier. Property.


Alexander, Ethel
Audain, Benjamin
Babb, Samuel
Browne, Nathaniel
Bute. Moses
Butler, Joseph Jrn.
Daniel, Ephraim A.
Duncan, Kenneth
Gumbs, Veronica
Jackson, Charles
Jackson, Frank
John, Hilton A.
Marks, Nancy
Thompson, Maude G.


DISTRICT II.
Cane End
Montique
Diamonds
Lower Lowmans
Lower Lowmans
New Adelphi
Greggs
North Union
Park Hill
New Adelphi
New Adelphi
Adelphi
Mesopotamia
Adelphi


1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
5ac. Ird. Opls.
2ac. Ird. 21pls.
31 Poles
1 Spot
1 Spot
1 Spot
3 acres
1 Spot
3ac. 3rds. 8pls.













256 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 15 AUGUST, 1961.-(No. 41.)


Name of Owner or Situation, of Property. Description of
Occupier. Property.

DISTRICT III.
Alexander, Matilda Chauncey 1 Dwelling House
Alexander, George Questelles 1 Dwelling House
Beach, Luther Montrose 1 Spot
Brazil, Moses Dasent Cottage 1 Dwelling House
Collins, Alexander Buccament Bay 1 Spot
Gill, Gertrude Calvaries 12ac. Ird. Opls.
Lewis, Weston H. Montrose 1 Spot
Lorant, Augustus Campden Park 1 Spot
Pipe, Phillipa Biwcamnent Bay 1 Dwelling House
Robinson, Anna DuBois 1 Dwelling House


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



























LANDS AND SURVEYS DEPARTMENT, ST.
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1959.


VINCENT,


Page


General

Financial

Surveys

Drawing Office

Staff

Conclusion

Appendix I

Appendix II

Appendix III

Appendix IV

Appendix V

Appendix VI


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LANDS AND SURVEYS DEPARTMENT, ST. VINCENT,
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1959.

A. GENERALL

1. The Lands and Surveys Department falls under the subject "land" in
the Portfolio of the Minister of Trade and Production.

2. The Survey Staff consists of the Crown Surveyor as head of Depart-
ment, four surveyors, four Surveying-Draughtsmen, two Assistant Draughitsniii
and a Typist-Clerk.

3. The Department continued to execute the (adastral Survey Scheme
until 30th June when the scheme expired. In addition to this, surveys were
undertaken for various Government Departments viz. Public Works, Central
Housing and Planning, Agricultural. Sanitary Departments and also for private
individuals.
4. We received 1.500 copies of th 1:25,n000 coloured topographical Map
of St. Vincent which was prepared by the Directorate of Overseas Surveys in
north and south sheets, and the Public showed much interest in this map because
of its detailed nature.

5. The photographic printing machine produced photostats of special
maps for this Department and also for other Government Departments and the
public.
6. Mr. H. R. Wason, Crown Surveyor, was granted 2 years vacation and
study-leave and went to pursue courses of study at the South-West Essex
Technical College and University College of London. lie was the Island's
delegate at the Conference of Heads of Overseas Departments and the Confer-
ence of Commonwealth Survey Officers.
7. Mr. K. E. V. John was awarded a 3 year scholarship to attend a course
of training at the Trinidad Departmental Survey School.

8. Mr. Rufus Jarvis, Senior Surveying-Draughtsman, was selected for a
one year Scholarship to the Vocational Training School in Puerto Rico.

B. FINANCIAL

9. This Department contributed $438.69 to the general revenue through
the sale of plans, maps, prints and photostats and fees for private surveys.
10. The total expenditure for the year was $46,419.

C. SURVEYS

(a) Triangulation
11. In order to facilitate the tying of surveys to the triangulation net work
a number of new control points were established (see table below).

To 31st
Type December, 1958 1959 Total
1957

M ajor ...... ...... ...... 24 -- 24
Minor ......... 194 24 20 238
Intersected ...... 12 4 16
Rejected ...... ...... ...... 83 64 32 179
Traverse ...... .... ...... 23 40 3 66

523

(b) Cadastral Survey

12. Work on this Scheme lasted for six months of the year.
During this time one block already started was finished, five new ones com-
pleted and in one the surround only was done. Thus since the inception of the
Scheme thirteen Cadastral Blocks were completely surveyed and one surrounded.













2

(c) Routine Surveys
13. The department carried out surveys in connection with layout of
Housing Schemes for rural rehabilitation, Crown Grants and leases and demar-
cation of private boundaries.

(d) Acquisitions
14. During the year thc Suivnr Sta ff .ij. IIIL u uf U aLiitioI
surveys mainly for road improvement (the road building programme) and
school sites. These acquisitions were conducted voluntarily with the exception
of two instances when it was necessary to institute compulsory acquisition pro-
ceedings.

(e) Disputes
15. The department provided help in the settlement of private boundary
disputes. These are usually caused by the misinterpretation of plans and the
displacement or removal of boundary marks.

(f) Complaints
16. No serious complaints were lodged.

D. DRAWING OFFICE

17. The drawing office is responsible for the checking of survey computa-
tions and plans, the drawing, printing, lodging and filing of plans and maps,
and the preparation of Crown Grants.

18. The Surveyors executed 75 survey orders for which plans were pre-
pared and lodged.

19. Private surveyors continued to submit plans for checking, approval and
lodging.

S20. CruiI Ciuni were prepared details of which are given in the table
below.


Acquired Estate 1957 1958 1959


Union Island ...... ...... ...... ...... 1 25 3
Bequia ....... ..... . ...... ...... 8 -- 37
liLat W.UiL'WaI ...... ....... .... ...... -- 1
Dorsetshire H ill ...... ...... ..... ....... 5 4 5
Clare Valley '...... ...... .... ...... 2 2 4
Three Rivers ...... ...... ...... ...... 1 -
M iscellaneous ...... ...... ...... ...... 3 8 7

Total ...... 19 41 59


E. STAFF

21. Appointments and Secondments.
(a) Mr. Harold Cockburn was appointed Assistant Draughtsman with
effect from 1st May, 1959.
(b) Mr. 0. Paynter was appointed to this department as Class III
Clerk from 1st .June 1959 but was seconded to the Audit Depart-
ment.
(c) On the expiration of the Cadastral Survey Scheme the staff of the
scheme was transferred to the establishment.
(d) Mr. C. E. R. Williams, surveyor on the scheme, was confirmed
as a surveyor on the establishment from 1st September 1959.
(e) Mr. L. W. Sandy, surveyor on the scheme, was appointed surveyor
on the establishment from 1st July 1959.















(f) Mr. K. Cunningham was appointed Assistant Draughtsman from
1st July, 1959.

22. Acting Appointments
(a) Mr. H. Neblett was appointed to act Crown Surveyor from 16th
April during the absence on leave of Mr. H. R. Wason.
(b) Mrs. E. DeSouza was appointed temporary Clerk on the establish-
ment.
(c) During the .absence on leave of Mr. Rufus Jarvis, Surveying-
Draughtsman, Mrs. E. VelQx acted in his place.

23. Vacation
Vacation leave Mr. G. E. Daisley, surveyor, and Mrs. E. DeSouza were
given 1 month's while Mrs. M. Jackson, Draughtsman, was given 48 days.

24. Resignation
Mr. W. E. Falby, surveyor, resigned from the Service from 21st January
1959.

F. CONCLUSION

25. On behalf of this department I wish to express appreciation of co-
operation and assistance received from other Government Departments and the
General Public. I must also record my thanks to all members of the Survey
Staff for their support offered during the current year.


H. NEBLETT,
Ag. Crown Surveyor.




















Item


Prints, Maps, Plans
Deed
Private Survey
Plan forms, drawing paper


Total ......$191.27

EXPENDITURE.


CoLONY FUNDS.


Item


Total Personal Emoluments


Other Charges
Transport
Survey Expenses & Maintenance
Holidays with Pay, Daily Paid Labourers
Maintenance & Running of Vehicles
Expenses, Private Surveys
Electricity
Reference Library
Incidentals
Total Other Charges

Special Expenditure

Grand Total


1958


1959


.... $22,946 $25,141



.. 560
5,289
553
3,393
-- 73
3
S91
_- 106
.... 9,190 10,068

642 -

$32,788 $35,209


C.D. & W. EXPENDITURE.
SCHEME D3189 SURVEYING & MAPPING.


Details


Capital
Purchase- of Land Rovers
Equipment

Personal Emoluments
Surveyors
Surveying-Draughtsman
Clerical Assistant

Other Charges
Labour
Transport
Compensation for crop damages
Survey Monuments
Contingencies


S 11210


APPENDIX I


REVENUE.


1958


$163.47
19.20

8.60


1959


$300.59
25.20
77.70
35.20


$438.69


1958



S $ 87i
3,68:


6,91"
42i
.- 1,20(


8
3



8
0


1959
(6 months)




$ 323


3,456
965
600


3,799
1,361

706


9,424
4,554
12
866
669


- ------- '- --------


Total


$28.626


$11.210













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APP.1NDIX II.

CADASTRAL SURVEY SCHEME.

Survey Blok Chainage Acreage
Order No. in feet

1/59 Liberty Lodge No. 4 Completed 57367 106.340
2/59 Arnos Vale "A" No. 14 63061 253.680
6/59 Arnos Vale 'B", No. 13 26242 201.760
9/59 Kingstown Park No. 2 ,, 46477 88.460
30/59 Cane Hall '"A" No. 24 ,, / 49111 271.900
32/59 Glen No. 37 Surround 21749 196.000
Sion Hill "B"- Remainder 14796
Completed
















APPENDIX III.

ROUTINE SURVEYS.
HortSINO ALLOTMENTS.


L calIity


Redemption Sharpe

>-'ailL- ..i,
Rilland Hill
PI'ut :L;;abecth
Barrouallie
Rutland Vale
Peniston


Project


Basin Hole Housing


Scheme

C.H.P.A. Housing
District Council
C.H.P.A. Housing
C.II.P.A. Housing
C.H.P.A. Housing


Crown Grants and Leases


Crown lease for light industries
Crown lease for light industries
Youth Centre Grounds
To be exchanged by Crown
Grant to C.H.P.A
Crown lease


Miscellaneous (Private)


23/59 Mt. Will

29/59 Belmont
TT


iiam


11


41/9 1rose a
70/59 Kingstown

75/59 Belmont, Bequia


Gift to Anglican Church
Authority
Private purchase by
Cable & Wireless Ltd.
Trounmac Village Counc.il
Anglican Church
Anithority
Private Survey


Survey
Order No.

10/59

dd/ th)
54/59
56/59
69/59
72/59
74/59


Acreage


10.937


Scheme

Scheme
Scheme
Scheme


5.812
3.886
0.830
4.356
11.762


28/59
42/59
44/59
45/59
59/59
73/59


Arnos Vale
Arnos Vale
Kingstown
Kiing.town
Troumaea
Clifton


0.187
0.609
0.293
0.123
0.161
0.847


0.529

0.373

2.256
0.026


4.606













7

APPENDIX IV.


ACQUISITION FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES.
ROAD IMPROVEMENT.


Survey
Order Locality
No.

5/59 Lodge Villa]e
12/59 Montrose

15/59 Cane Hall



16/59 Villa

17/59 Coulls Hill
18/59 Hermitage

19/59 Lowmans

21/59 Villa

22/59 Campden Park

24/59 Coulls Hill

26/59 Retreat
34/59 Cane Hall

40/59 Kingstown


43/59 Grove
46/59 Troumaca

50/59 Rose Hall

52/59 Westwood

57/59 Point, Bequia
60/59 Richmond Hill

61/59 Dauphine

64/59 Rose Hall

65/59 Arnos Vale

68/59 Richmond Hill


Project


Pronnnsd rnad
Widening corner along
Fory Charlotte road
Widening Junction of
Arnos Vale Feeder
road and Vigie High-
way
Widening Airdrome
access road
For retaining wall
Widening Spring Vil-
lage/Hermitage road
Improving Leeward
Highway
Improving Windward
Highway
Improving Leeward
Highway
Improving Leeward
Highway
Widening road
Arnos Vale Feeder
road
Widening corner of
road to Kingstown
Park
Right of way
Improving Leeward
Highway
Widening Rose Hall
road
Widening Westwood
bye-road
Widening road
Building retaining
walls
Widening Dauphine
SJunction
Improving Rose Hall/
Palmyra road
Arnos Vale Feeder
road
Widening corner along
road to Dorsetshire
Hill


Acreage Cost


0.058 116.00
0.040 34.98

0.024


0.089

0.008
0.050

0.193

0.024

0.165

0.017

0.137
0.412

0.014


0.021
0.021

0.047

0.078

0.025
0.018

0.005

0.013

1.247

0.004


10.77
65.88

481.80

155.00

450.00

25.78

299.60


84.00


27.09
36.60

18.72.

135.40


32.08


61.41



7.48














APPENDIX IV (Cont'd)
DRAINS
Survey
Order Locality Project Acreage Cost
No._ _

4/59 Hopewell Drainage of Hopewell 0.077 $ 67.56
/New Prospect road
1:1/59 Perseverance Drainage of bye-road 0.157 136.76
27/59 Montrose Drainage for Housing 0.059
Scheme
31/59 Hermitage Drainage of Spring 0.189 247.68
Village/Hermitage
road
67/59 O'brien Village Drainage of bye-road 0.036


WATER SUPPLY

25/59 Richland Park Spring site 0.025 -
55/59 Vermont/Kingstowr 4.925 -
pipe line


SCHOOLS

73/59 Rose Hall Government School 0.563 675.23
37/59 Higher Lowmans ,, 0.289 817.57
38/59 Dicksons ,, 1.001 -
63/59, Sans Souci 0.529


OTHERS


Belle Vue
Perseverance
Perseverance
Sion Hill

Rose Hall
Colonarie
Hadley's Village


Crusher Site
Crusher Site
Bridge Site
Communal Bath and
Latrine
Clinic Site
Rural Housing Scheme
Rural Housing Scheme


3/59
7/59
8/59
33/59

51/59
66/59'
71/59


.7

0


0.97
0.18
0.01


0.037

0.037
2.972
2.418


159.70
















APPENDIX V.


FORMAL ACQUISITION PUBLISHED.


From Whom Acquired


David Jackson
Ceonlt q smnsnmi
Heirs of G. N. Allen
JosephineRogers and
Amelia Jack
Ormond Cupid
Catherine Jackson
Various Owners
Mt. Bentinck Estates
Ltd.
Heirs of A. N. Iraser
Bertram DeShong
Ernest DeRiggs
Wilhelmina Peters and
R. Samuel
King Richards,
Evangeline Herbert
and Henry Moe
Robert Frederick and
Heirs of James Bruce
Alban Gonsalves
Owners of Cane Hall
Estate
A. B. C. DosSantos


Date of
1st prel.
Notification


15th Sept.


22nd Sept.


Date of Date of
2nd pub of 1st pub. of
Decl. of Notice of
Acquisition Acquisition

6th Jan.
6th Jan.
10th March
21st April

5th May
12th May
1st Sept.
1st Sept.

8th Sept.
,,


24th Nov.
22nd Sept.


Plan No.


C3/14
P /1A
C;3/10
C2/161

C3/48
C2/117
C250
C3/28

G3/63
C3/73
P1/54
D2/60

D89


C3/27

C3/45
G451

C3/53


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10

APPENDIX VI.

SUMMARY OF ALL SURVEYS.

No. of
Surveys


Cadastra Survey 8oheme

Total


Routine Surveys
Housing Allotments
Crown Grants and Leases
Miscellaneous

Total


Acquisitions
Roads
Drainage
Water Supply
Schools
Others


Total

GRAND TOTAL


6..



- 7
S 6
I '




123

S23


..... 4


4.
7 5


Chainage Acreage
in feet A


278,756 1,118.140


38,903
5,246
10,870

55,019


18,931
16,407
31,315
4,501
156726

,9401

4 20715


40.915
2.220
7.790

50.925


2.710
0,518
4.950
2.382
6.623

17.183

1,1"6.248


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