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VOL. 95.] SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY 7 MARCH, 1962. [No. 15.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. No. 62.
DOMESTICS FOR CANADA.
WHITLEY COUNCIL. St. Vincent has received a quota of 16
domestics for Canada for 1962.
The undermentioned personnel have Persons who are interested must send
been appointed to serve on the Whitley in their applications along with two
Council for the Civil Service of St. testimonials to the Department of La-
Vincent for the year commencing 21st bour, Kingstown, not later than Satur-
January, 1962:- day, 10th March, 1962. Applications
OFFICIAL SIDE: must be in candidates' own handwrit-
ing. Persons who have already sent in
The Honourable Attorney General typewritten applications are asked to
(Chairman), send in another application in their own
The Financial Secretary (Member). handwriting.
The Labour Commissioner (Member). Applicants must be between 21 and
C. C. SAMUEL, Esq. (Secretary). 35 years of age, must be single and
STAFF SIDE: without children and must be able to
pay their passage to Canada. Appli-
Dr. I. E. KIBY, cants must state their standard of edu-
G. V. DOUGLAS, Esq., cation and any training and experience
S. E. McKIE, Esq., 'they have had in domestic service. Spe-
Miss EMMA CHARLES (Secretary). cial consideration will be given to candi-
7th March, 1962. dates with a Secondary School educa-
(669.) tion as requested by the Canadian Au-
thorities this year.
No. 69 All applicants will be interviewed by
N. 6. a Committee at the Labour Department
PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE.I on Tuesday, 13th March at 9 a.m.
Mr. A. D. DUNCAN, Principal Secre-' 27th February, 1962.
tary, Ministry for Communications,
Works and Labour, has been granted By Command,
180 days vacation leave with effect from
1st March, 1962, prior to retirement E. A. BRATHWAITE,
from the Service. Chief Secretary.
7th March, 1962. GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
(P.F. 64 II.) 7th March, 1962.
82 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH, 1962.-(No. 15.)
INCOME TAX NOTICE.
To The General Public.
Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby remind-
ed that the latest date for the submis-
sion of Income Tax Returns for assess-
ment in the year 1962 is the 31st March,
and that failure to give notice of
chargeability is an offence against the
Income Tax Ordinance, rendering the
person concerned liable to a fine not
exceeding SEVEN HUNDRED AND
2. EVERY PERSON whose income
accruing in, derived from the Colony
or elsewhere and whether received in
the Colony or not for the preceding
year, exceeded the statutory limit of
$480.00 is required to submit a return
in the prescribed form notwithstand-
ing that on account of approved de-
ductions no tax may eventually be
chargeable, and particular attention is
directed to the fact that the term
"income" is deemed to include not only
money but also allowances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
forms to such persons. It is to be
clearly understood, however, that the
Income Tax Department is under no
obligation to send a return form to
anyone and that a person is not exon-
erated from the statutory liability of
making a return even though a form
may not have been received from the
Department. Forms may be obtained,
on application at the Revenue Offices
at Georgetown, Barrouallie, Bequia
and Union Island, or in any other dis-
trict from the Police Station situate
therein or from the Income Tax De-
partment, Kingstown, where any per-
son requiring information in connec-
tion therewith is invited to enquire.
4. The form correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all neces-
sary supporting statements. Specimens
of the form of account required from
small traders and from occupiers or
cultivators of land will be supplied on
N. R. CUMMINGS,
Acting Inland Revenue Officer.
Inland Revenue Office,
4th January, 1962.
AND FELLOWSHIP PLAN.
AUSTRALIAN AWARDS, 1963/64.
The Federal Government of The
West Indies has been informed that the
Government of Australia is offering
Scholarships under the Commonwealth
Scholarship and Fellowship Plan ten-
able at Australian Universities from
March, 1963. These Scholarships are
mainly for postgraduate study or re-
search normally extending over a period
of two academic years, but a small
number of scholarships may also be
awarded at the undergraduate level, in-
cluding courses in teacher-training in-
stitutions and technical colleges. The
duration of undergraduate awards will
depend on the length of the course un-
The following benefits apply to both
types of Scholarship:
(a) Travel to and from Australia
generally by tourist air;
(b) all compulsory fees;
(c) living allowances of A800 per
annum for post graduate scholars
and A640 per annum for under-
graduates. A special supplemen-
tary allowance may be paid when
a scholar is travelling to Austra-
lia in connection with his course.
(d) clothing allowance up to a maxi-
mum of A50;
(e) a marriage allowance of A200
for postgraduate scholars ac-
companied by their wives; their
allowance will not be payable in
respect of a wife who holds a
scholarship herself, or who is in
paid employment; nor will it be
payable during the first year, un-
less the scholar was married at
the time of his application for
Applicants should be less than 28
years of age on 1st March, 1963, but in
special circumstances this age limit may
be raised. Medical Certificates are not
required at this stage, but successful
applicants will in due course be re-
quired to comply with the medical pro-
visions of the immigration requirements
for entry of students to Australia. The
wife of a married scholar must also
satisfy these requirements. Further in-
formation may be obtained from the
SAINT VINCENT. WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH, 1962.-(No. 15.) 83
Method of Application: These articles will be returned to any
Application must be made in sextu- person who can prove ownership to the
plicate on the prescribed application satisfaction of the Port Officer.
form, and must be accompanied by Eix G. LISLE FRASER,
copies of all supporting documents, ex- Port Officer.
cept the birth certificate where only one Port and Marine Department,
is required. Photostatic or certified co- Bay Street,
pies of University or College records, Kingstown.
(including details of the subjects stu-;
died and results), birth certificates. r.d - -.-.--
comments of referees, must be submit- SAINT VINCENT.
tedl at the same time with applications, I
and should reach the Education Officer, I SUPREME COURT OF THE
Department of Education, not laterN TE SE C T OF
than .0th April, 1932. Applications' WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
that are not fully completed or sup- LEEWARD ISLANDS.
ported will rot be entertained. A.D. 1961.
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Edu cation Oficer. Suit No. 60
I: nartminnt of Education, BETWEEN
:t. incent, EREl R. HUSSAIN & CO. LTD.
i4th February, 1962. P7)'7
PUBLIC HEALTH .NOTICE.
It has become necessary to carry
out again a detailed inspection of
premises in certain sections of the island
to ascertain whether there has been any
re-infestation of a certain spee.ie; u'
This inspection would involve the en-
try of certain Inspectors, who would be
authorised to do so, into any house or
building; but in any cases of doubt,
householders would be free to call upon
officers for their identity.
The Department has in the past had
the willing co-operation of householders,
and now look forward to similar co-
operation when the Inspectors make
15th February, 1962.
MINISTRY FOR COMMUNICA-
TIONS, WORKS AND LABOUR.
The following articles, which may be
seen at the Harbour Master's Office,
were found on the premises of the Sig-
nal Station, Fort Charlotte:-
(1) one pair of Binoculars
(2) one pair of Dark Glasses in ease
(3) one small Prayer Book
(4) one only Red Ear-ring
(5) one only White Ear-ring
(6) one only Brooch (Diamond and
CLAUDIUS 0. WILLIAMS
NOTICE is hereby given that on Sat-
urday, the 24th March, 1962, between
the hours of 12 o'clock noon and 3 p.m.
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, Claudius
O. Williams, levied upon by virtue of a
writ of seizure and sale issued in the
4 Single Seater Morris Chairs
1 Double Seated Morris Chair
1 Centre Table
1 China Closet
1 Dining Table
4 Sitting Chairs
1 Dressing Table
1 Basin Stand
1 3-burner kerosene stove
1 Kitchen safe
5 Rolls Linoleum
2 Suit cases
12 Ladies' Shirts
8 Gents' Terylene Shirts
30 Boys' Merinos
4 Babies Blankets
4 Sport Shirts Jerseys
63 Wash Rags
19 Men's Underwear
2 Pairs Gents pants
10 School bags
3 Shopping Bags
12 Boys Short Pants
4 Slim Jims Ladies' Pants
4 Pairs Ladies Shortie Pyjamas
S16 Pairs Ladies' Brassieres
84 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY. 7 MARCH, 1962.-(No. 15.)
10 Kitchen Spoons
12 Small bolts cloth cotton material
13 Ladies Combs
7 Doz. Ponds Tan Cream (Small)
3/4 Doz. Mum (medium size)
4 Babies' Nursing Bottles
6 doz. Men's Hair Cream
6 Soap dishes
10 Table knives
5 Tins body powder (Beach Blos-
36 Wind Balls
13 Colgate Tooth Paste (Large)
6 Colgate Tooth Paste (Standard)
12 Cakes Life Buoy Soap
2 Cakes Palm Olive Soap
17 Tins Lilacs Rose Powder
5 Harmonica (Koh-I-Noor)
6 Harmonica (Hero)
5 Doz. Tooth Brushes (Good Morn-
1 Bird Ornament.
Dated this 22nd day of February,
D. A. NILES,
Acting Deputy Registrar
THE ST. VINC-0n -T B1lAi'ANA
DIAMOND DISTRICT BRANCH.
NOTICE F01 MEETING.
All registered growers of the Dia-
mond District Branch rco invited to
attend a meeting of the Branch to be
held at the Diamond Buying Station
on Thursday, 15th March, 1962, at
2. Election of Delegates.
3. Discussion with growers re selling
bananas at different Buying Sta-
4. Other business.
Secretary, District Branch.
7th March, 1962.
PARK HILL DISTRICT BRANCH.
All registered growers of the Park
Hill District Branch are invited to at-
tend a meeting of the Branch to be held
at the Park Hill Government School
on Sunday, llth March, 1962, at 3.30
1. Minutes of the Annual District
2. Matters arising out of the Min-
3. Report of the Annual General
4. Discussion on the difficulty of con-
veying bananas to the South
Rivers Buying Station owing to
poor conditions of the Jarvis
5. Other Business of which notice
must be given.
Park Hill District Branch.
5th March, 196'.
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION
(ROUMANIA) ORDER, 19?1.
The above Order in Council, obtain-
able from IHer Majesty's Stationery
Offiic, (S.I. 1961, No. 1832, price 6d.),
provides for the distribution of com-
pensation payable by the Roumanian
Government under the Anglo-Rouma-
ia'-1 Agreement of the 10th of Novem-
ber, 1960 (Cmud. 1232).
The Agreement provided for the
payment to Her Majesty's Government
in the United Kingdom by the Rou-
manlian Government Of the sum of
1,250.(i00 in full and final settlement
of the following:
(a) All obligations of the Roumanian
(Govermnent to the United King-
dom Government and British
nationals in respect of claims,
'jther than those referred to in
the Schedule to the Agreement,
arising out of or presented under
Article 24 of the Treaty of Peace
(b) All claims, other than those re-
ferred to in the said Schedule, in
respect of British property
affected prior to the 10th of No-
vember, 1960, by any measure
of nationalisation, expropriation,
State administration, liquidation,
or other similar measure taken
by the Roumanian Government.
The claims referred to in the Schedule
are those of the British nationals there
named and are in respect of property,
rights and interests, including debts,
connected with direct ownership of or
participation in oil companies in Rou-
SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH, 1962.-(No. 15.) 85
The compensation is payable by the tions and to determine claims in accord-
Roumanian Government in six annual ance with the Order.
instalments beginning on the 31st of Prospective applicants should write
January, 1962, and these will be distri- to the Commission as soon as possible.
buted at suitable intervals. Applications under the Order must
The Order in Council empowers the reach the Commission on or before the
Foreign Compensation Commission, 1 1st of October, 1962.
Princes Gate, London, S.W. 7., to re- Dated this 14th day of February,
ceive applications to participate in the 1962.
distribution of compensation, from indi- L. 3T. r.QUIRES,
viduals, corporations, firms or associa- Custodian of Enemy Property.
THE FOREIGN COMPENSATION (EGYPT) (INTERIM
DISTRIBUTION) (AMENDMENT) ORDER, 1961.
With reference to Government Gazette Notice of the 10th October, 1961
Vol. 94 No. 50 it is hereby notified for information that:
A further Order in Council, the Foreign Compensation (Egypt) (Interim
Distribution) (Amendment) Order, 1961 (S.I. No. 2276), was made on the 27th
of November, 1961, to provide for increased interim payments of compensation
with respect to claims established under the Foreign Compensation (Egypt)
(Determination and Registration of Claims) Order, 1959. The interim pay-
ments now authorised are shown in the Schedule to the Amending Order, which
is detailed hereunder. This Schedule is substituted for the Schedule to the 1960
The payments authorised in the revised Schedule are interim payments
from the Egyptian Compensation Fund. No decision can yet be taken as to any
further payments in the future.
Where the amount of the loss assessed
by the Commission under the
(1) does not exceed 5,000
(2) exceeds 5,000 but does not ex-
(3) exceeds 50,000 but does not
(4) exceeds 500,000
The sum calculated shall be:
90 per cent of the amount assessed.
4,500 and 60 per cent of the balance
of the amount assessed over 5,000.
31,500 and 35 per cent of the balance
of the amount assessed over 50,000.
189,000 and 20 per cent cf the
balance of the amount assessed
H. M. SQUIRES,
Custodian Enemy Property
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP PLAN.
SCHOLARSHIPS TENABLE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG.
The Hong Kong Government proposes to award two two-year scholarships
each for post-graduate study or research. These scholarships will be tenable
at the University of Hong Kong. Applications are now invited for two
scholarships to be awarded for 1962-1964.
Fields of Study
Applications for post- graduate study leading, where appropriate, to a
higher degree, in any of the following general fields will be entertained.
86 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH, 1962.-(No. 15.)
Chinese Language and Literature
Geography and Geology
Obtetric-s and Gynaecology
Application forms may be obtained from the Director of Education
(Overseas Students & Scholarships Section) Fung House, 7th floor, 20,
Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong. They should be returned in the first
instance to the Education Officer, Department of Education not later than
28th February, 1962, for transmission to the Director of Education, Hong
Kong, for final selection, not later than 15th March, 1962.
Return passages (at tourist rates, normally by air)
Maintenance Allowance 51. 10. 0 p.m.
Books and Apparatus Allowance 25. 0. 0 p.a.
Additional Travel Allowance 25. 0. 0 p.a.
Clothing Allowance 40. 0. 0 (if necessary.)
Single scholars will be accommodated in University Halls of Residence
and will pay the usual charges, which the maintenance allowance will cover.
An additional maintenance allowance of 80 per month will be paid to a
married scholar (who will have to find his own accommodation) provided that
he is married at the time of submitting his application. His wife's passage
also will be paid for only on the same condition.
Candidates must be Commonwealth citizens, and possess a University
degree. They must be under 35 on 1st October, 1962.
Candidates whose native language is not English will be required to
produce satisfactory evidence that they have sufficient competence in English.
Scholars will be expected to reside in Hong Kong throughout the period of
tenure of the scholarship, though they may leave for short periods with the
permission of the University authorities. They may not undertake paid
employment without consent of the Hong Kong Government.
Scholars must comply with the normal requirements.
Academic enquiries should be addressed to the Registrar, University of
Hong Kong, Bonham Road, Hong Kong; all other enquiries to the Director
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Acting Education Officer.
Department of Education,
St. Vincent, W.I.
8th February, 1962.
SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH, 1962.-(No. 15.) 87
UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCES ORDINANCE, NO. 11 OF 1948.
It is notified for general information that the quarterly Liquor Licensing
Session will be held in the undermentioned parishes for the purpose of hearing
applications from new applicants in their respective parishes, for the granting
of certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor Licences Ordin-
ance, No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated hereunder:-
Parish Time and Place of Session.
St. George & St. Andrew .. At the Court House, Kingstown, on
Wednesday, 21st March, 1962, at
Charlotte .. At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Monday, 19th March, 1962, at 9.30
Grenadines .. At the Court House, Clifton, on Friday,
(Union Island) 30th March, 1962, at 2.00 p.m.
Notices of intention to oppose the grant of any certificate, stating in
general terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant
and upon the Magistrate, not later than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES
Parish Names of Applicants Occupation Residence SPrmi
------ ^ ........ -. -'7----- -
St. George &*Bertram DeRoche Shopkeeper Frenches Frenches
Arthur Samuel Stubbs Stubbs
*Berkeley King ,, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia
Margaret Deare ,, Calliaqua Calliaqua
*Percival Robertson ,, Camden Park Camden Park
*Beulah Browne ,, Questelles Questelles
Lorna Jackson ,, Vermont Vermont
James Kirton Bentinck Bentinck
*Inez Wilson Proprietress Kingstown White Chapel
*Hubert DaSilva Businessman Mesopotamia Mesopotamia
Hughrias Home Shopkeeper Kingstown Upper Long
Eric Richards ,, Richmond Hill Richmond Hill
Calvert Phillips ,, Questelles Questelles
88 SAINT VINCENT, WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH, 1962.-(No, 15.)
Parish Name of Applicant
Charlotte .. Westmore Bute
;*George Rex Fraser
Grenadines Alvin Allen
Diamond Mt. Greenan
Mt. Bentinck Mt. Bentinck
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
28th February, 1962.
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