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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

published b) l authority.


VoL. 95.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962. [No. 28.


COMMONWEALTH DAY MESSAGE.
24Tn MAY, 1962.
From THE RT. HON. EARL DE LA WARR, G.B.E.,
Chairman of the Joint Commoniwcath 8,jcictirs' Council.
IT is just sixty years since a great company of people, representing every
part of the Commonwealth and Empir?, met in London for the Coronation
of King Edward VII. The idea took root among them to dedicate May 24th
every year to the celebration and strength-ning of our unity as a partnership
of peoples, irrespective of race, colour or creed, acros- the world.
Since then great changes have taken place; the world has been convulsed
by two major wars, and on both occasions the one shining light lay in the way
the Commonwealth stood fast together.
But the greatest change has been in the last fifteen years, and now we are
reaching the real testing point of our Commonwealth. The newly won inde-
pendence of so many different races and countries; the strongly felt emotions
of racialism, anti-colonialism and neutrality; in a different way, the fear of
the European Common Market; these things although understandable are, alas,
forces potentially dangerous to our unity. Can we grow through them and
survive?
We can, but if, and only if, we recognize that periods of transition are
always difficult, and that troubles which today seem overwhelming may, in fact,
be only growing pains, such as all of us have experienced at some time in our
history. These troublous years are the true test of our belief in the importance
and worthwhileness of a great empire, that has transformed itself into a com-
munity of free nations; important and worthwhile, not only to ourselves and
to each other, but to the maintenance of freedom and of the values for which
the Commonwealth stands throughout the world.
The Commonwealth twice saved the world by its 'togetherness' in war.
Let us, on this Commonwealth Day, in 1962, pledge ourselves to set the world
a sensible and adult example of 'togetherness' for peace, based on true under-
standing of each other's problems and aspirations. If we cannot do this with
all our experience of multi-racial co-operation, who can?
DE LA WARR.

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160 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.)


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 140.
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY PARADE,
1962.

The following is the official Pro-
gramme relating to the ceremonial for
Her Majesty the Queen's Birthday
Parade to take place at the Victoria
Park, Kingstown, on Saturday, 2nd
June, 1962.
On Parade:-
St. Vincent Police Force with Band.
Auxiliary Police Force.
Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Grammar School Cadet Corps.
Boy Scouts.
Girl Guides.
Members of the St. Vincent Legion
of the British Commonwealth Ex-
Service League will stand to the right
of Saluting Base.
9.00 a.m.
(1) F is Ionour the Acting Ad-


No. 141.
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS

Iis Honour the Acting Administra-
tor will make the following presenta-
tion of awards at the Queen's Birthday
Parade to be held at Victoria Park,
Kingstown, on Saturday, 2nd June,
1962 at 9.00 a.m.:-
A. C. CYrus, Esq.,
-O.B.E.
A. M. ANDERSON, Esq.,
-Imperial Service Medal.
S. A. ANDERSON, Esq., M.B.E., Chief
of Police
-Insignia of a Serving Brother of
the Most Venerable Order of the
Hospital of St. John of Jerusa-
lem.
22nd May, 1962.
(7.52.)

No. 142.
INTERIM COMMISSIONER FOR
WEST INDIES.


ministrator will arrive. On the invitation of the Secretary of
(2) His Honour, accompanied by State for the Colonies made with the
the Chief of Police, will in- agreement of the Governments of the
ect the Paradeterritories in the Federation of The
sect the Parade. West Indies Sir STEPHEN LUKE,
(3) Iis Honour will take the K.C.M.G., has agreed to accept the offer
Salute at the March Past of to be Interim Commissioner for The
the Parade. West Indies. It is proposed that the
(4) The Royal Standard, symbol- post should be created under provisions
ising the presence of Her to be made for the dissolution of the
Majesty the Queen, will be Federation of The West Indies. It is
raised, and a Royal Salute expected that Sir Stephen Luke will
given, assume office in Port of Spain on May
(5) Three cheers for Her Majesty 29th, 1962, and that the Federation will
the Queen led by His Honour. be dissolved at midnight on May 31st,
(6) Royal Salute, Royal Standard 1982.
is lowered. Sir Stephen Luke is Senior Crown
(7) His Honour returns to Salut- Agent for Oversea Governments and
in Base and the Administra- Administrations and was formerly
toi 's Flag is raised. m Comptroller for Development and Wel-
fare in the West Indies. During his ab-
(8) Announcements. sence, which is expected to be of a few
(9) Presentation of Awards. months duration, Sir Alfred Savage,
(10) His Honour departs. K.C.M.G., will act as Senior Crown
SAg"?nt and Sir James Farquharson,
Members of Executive and Legisla- nt and Sir James Farquharson,
tive Councils, Members of the ngs- K.B.E., Engineer-in-Charge, will act as
tive Councils, Members of the Kings- Seond Crown Agent.
0 1 S-;-ond Crown Agent.
town Board, Small Town Boards, Dis-
trict and Village Councils, Ministers of 22nd May, 1962.
Religious Denominations and all pub-
lic officers and their wives are invited No. 143.
to be present. APPOINTMENTS.
A cordial invitation is also extended
to the general public to attend. Under the provisions of Section 51 of
Sthe Mental Health Ordinance 1959
nd May, 19 | (No. 3 of 1959) the Administrator in
(364.) Council has approved the appointment











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.)


of the undermentioned persons as mem-
bers of a Visiting Committee for the
Mental Hospital for a period of two (2)
years with effect from 1st September,
1961:-


A. C. CYRUS, Esq.,
man
Mrs. C. MCCALL
Dr. K. J. McMILLAN.
22nd May, 1962.
(S.S. 531.)


O.B.E.-Chair-


No. 144.
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE DISTRICT
COMMITTEE, MAYREAU.

In accordance with the provisions of
Section 7 (2) (c) of the Public Assist-
ance Ordinance 1957 (No. 20 of 1957)
the following persons have been ap-
pointed to serve on the District Com-
mittee for Mavreau for a period of one
year with effect from 1st May, 1962.
Mr. EGErTON SCOTT,
Mrs. ANESTA SCOTT,
Miss JESTINA ALEXANDER,
Mr. CHARLES WALTERS.
22nd May, 1962.
(S.S. 181.)

No. 145.
VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. O. J. )LLIVIERRE, Field Assistant
to the Arrowroot Research Officer, has
been granted 90 days vacation leave
with effect from 14th May, 1962.
22nd May, 1962.
(P.r. 445.)

No. 146.
Mr. IIUGH A. McKIE, Radiographer,
Colonial Hospital, has been granted 149
days vacation leave with effect from
16th May, 1962.
22nd May, 1962.
(P.F. 168.)

No. 147.
Mr. RONALD CHAMBERS, Draughts-
man, Public Works Department, has
been granted 40 days vacation leave
with effect from 23rd May, 1962.
22nd May, 1962.
(P.F. 775.)


No. 148.


No. 149.
RESUMPTION.

With reference to Gazette Notice
No. 396 of 21st November, 1961, Mr.
A. J. DASILVA, Inland Revenue Officer,
resumed duty on 21st May, 1962.
22nd May, 1962.
(P.F. 79.)


No. 150.
VACANT POST.

POST OF BAILIFF, MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE.

Applications are invited for the post
of Bailiff, Magistrate's Office, St. Vin-
cent. The post is pensionable, with
salary in the scale $990 X $48-$1,086
X $60-$1,626 X $72-$1,842. Travel-
ling allowance is payable in accord-
nuce with local regulations.
Further particulars of the post can
i)e obtained from the Magistrate, Dis-
trict I, Magi-trate's Office, St. Vincent.
Applications, supported by two re-
cent testimonials, should be addressed
10 the Chief Secretary, Government
Office, St. Vincent and should reach
him not later than Thursday, 31st May,
1962.
22nd May, 1962.


No. 151.
BANK HOLIDAY.

Under the Bank Holidays Ordinance,
Saturday, 2nd Jun-. 1962 (Queen's
'"tirh;'ay), being a Bank Holiday, all
lPbl'1i Offices will be closed on that day.
22nd May, 1962.


No. 152.
ANNUAL TRADE REPORT 1960.

Thl Annual Trade Report for the
y-ar 1)60 is now comn'let-d and may be
purchased at the Government Printing
Office at a price of two dollars ($2.00)
per copy.
22nd May, 1962.

No. 153.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.


Mr. ROBERT PROVIDENCE, Assistant The Statements of Assets and Liabili-
Mechanic, Public Works Department, ties of the Colony of St. Vincent as at
has been granted 144 days vacation 30th September, 1961 and 31st October,
leave with effect from 1st June, 1962. 1961, are published with this issue of
22nd May, 1962. the Gazette.
(P.F. 789.) 22nd May, 1962.










162 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.--(No. 28.)


No. 131.
EXPORTATION OF BAM300.

The Commissioner for the West Indies
in Canada has informed the Ministry
of Trade and Production that there has
been an urgent enquiry from a Cana-
dian Firm regarding the purchase in
St. Vincent of as much as seventy thou-
cand (70,000) feet of bamboo with a
minimum diameter of two inches.
Persons and firms interested in this
query should consult with the Principal
Secretary, Ministry of Trade and Pro-
duction, Ministerial Building, Kings-
town, as early as possible.
8th May, 1962.
(t.P. 432.)

By Command,


For each Subsidiary Subject-10/-
per subject.
For the General Paper-10/- per
subject
Local fee-H.S.C. & Joint Examina-
tion-5/-
Entry Form; may be obtained from
the Local Secretary. They should be
completed and returned to him not
later than Saturday, 16th June, 1962.
Private Candidates, other than Even-
ing Class Students and Student
Teachers should enquire at the Educa-
tion Office for further particulars
before 28th May, 1982.
JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Local Secretary.
9th May, 1962.


E. A. BRATIIWAITE. COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP
Chief Secretary. AND FELLOWSHIP PLAN


GOVERNiENT OFFICE,
22nd May, 1962.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICES.

Higher School CftiMdate and Joint
Examination for the School Ceirtfl-
cate and General Cartificate of
Education, 1962.


COMMONWEALTII SCHOLARSHIPS IN THE
FEDERATION OF RHODESIA AND
NYABAL&ND.

Under the Commonwealth Scholar-
ship and Fellowship Plan, the Federal
Government is offering scholarships to
men and women students from other
parts of the Commonwealth. These
scholarships will be for post-graduate
study and will be tenable at the Uni-
ver-ity College of Rhodesia and Nyasa-
Iland (which is in special relationship
with the University of London) from


the beginning of the academic year m
The Joint Examination for the March, 1963.
School Certificate and General Certifi- Scholarships will in general be ten-
cate of Education and Higher School able for a programme of study or re-
Certificate Examination of the Uni- search normally extending over a
varsity of Cambridge Local Examina-period of two academic years and
tion Syndicate will be held at this leading to a university degree or
Centre in November and December, similar qualification. In exceptional
1962, commencing on Monday 19th cases an extension may be granted for
November. a third year.
The fees, which should be paid into The information given refers to
the Treasury, are a, follows:- scholarships only and does not c-oncern
Joint Examination for the School fellowships which will form the sub-
Certificate and General Certificate of ject of a separate publication.
Education: :m
Full School Certificate--4.0.0d per Emoluments.
candidate The emoluments are intended to
Other entries-(a) Basic fee-15/- cover expenses of travel, living and
per candidate study during tenure of the sch6harship,
Subjeet fee-10/- and will conAist of:
per subject. (a) Fares normallyy at tourist-class
Higher School Certificate.- rates, by sea or air) to the Fed-
eration and return on expiry of
Entry fee payable by all candidates the scholarship;
--15/- per candidate <(t) Fees-an amount sufficient to
For each principal subject-- cover approved tuition and ex-
1.5s. per subject amination fees;












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.)


(c) Personal maintenance allowance
at the rate of 780 per annum;
(d) A grant of 25 for books and
apparatus;
(e) A grant of up to 100 for ap-
proved travel within the Federa-
tion;
(f) An allowance of 25 for excess
baggage if travelling by air, the
excess baggage to be restricted
to specialist equipment;
(g) An allowance to cover approved
medical and hospital insurance
payments.
These emoluments are not taxable
in the Federation.

Eligibility.
Candidates must normally be Com-
monwealth citizens or British pro-
tected persons resident in countries of
the Commonwealth other than the
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland,
who are or, by the time of taking up
an award in 1963 will be, graduates of
a university or college in their country,
or holders of an equivalent qualifica-
tion. Applications will not be con-
sidered unless they are made through
the appropriate agency in the country
of a candidate's normal residence.

Age Limits.
Candidates should, in general, be less
than 28 years of age on 1st March,
1963 but in special circumstances this
age limit may be raised.
General Conditions of Award.
(a) The scholar will be expected to
return to his own country at th,
end of the scholarship.
(b) The scholar may not, without
receiving special permission,
take paid employment during
the tenure of his scholarship or
serve on the staff of his country's
official representative in the.
Federation.
(c) The scholar must follow the ap-
proved course of study and
abide by the rules of the Uni-
versity College of Rhodesia and
Nyasaland.
(d) Candidates for scholarships
must have a good knowledge of
written and spoken English.
(e) An award may be terminated at
any time for reasons of unsatis-
factory conduct, for breaches of
the conditions of award, or for
failure to make satisfactory pro-
gress.
(f) Candidates are required to sub-
mit on a special form with their
application a medical certificate
regarding their state of health.


General Information.
Further information about the Uni-
versity College of Rhodesia and Nyasa-
land and the courses available may be
obtained either from the Principal,
P.B. 16711, Salisbury, Rhodesia and
Nyasaland, or from the Commonwealth
Universities Year Book (A.U.B.C., ed.
J. F. Foster, published annually).

Applications.
Candidates must submit six copies
of the prescribed application form for
a Rhodesia and Nyasaland awvard to-
gether with six copies of all supporting
documents except the birth certificate,
where one only is required, to the Edu-
cation Officer, Department of Educa-
tion, St. Vincent, not later than 30th
June, 1962.

JEMMOTT J. ANTROBUS,
Education Officcr.
14th May, 1962.


PRESS RELEASE.

ADMISSION TO UNIVERSITY COURSES
1962/1963 SESSION.

The attention of candidates who plan
to iliake application for admission to
Universities in the United Kingdom for
the 1962/1963 Session is drawn to the
following information received from
the Commissioner in the United King-
domr for the West Indies, British Gui-
_.:a and British Honduras.
1. .Eany Universities have stated
that they are NOT prepared to receive
applications from candidates aiming to
complete their qualifications for admis-
sion by sitting an Overseas G.C.E. ex-
amination in the summer of 1962. Gen-
erally the reason for this is that the re-
sults of examinations are not available
until mid-September by which time most
vacancies have been filled by candidates
who have already completed their quali-
fications. Even those Universities that
have stated their willingness to consider
such applications have at the same time
given a warning that it is quite possible
that no places will be left by the time
the Overseas G.C.E. results are pub-
lished. Other Universities have stated
that despite the general rule NOT to
consider applications from candidates
not yet qualified for admission, they
would be prepared to consider applica-
tions from outstanding candidates. An
outstanding candidate may be defined
as one who is likely to obtain 65% or
over in three subjects at one sitting.












164 SAi-T VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.)

2. Thel Registrars of the Universi- 6. Persons continue to arrive in this
ties have again emphasised that they country who claim to be unaware of the
regard the normal channel of approach present procedure for applying for ad-
for applicants whose normal home is mission to Universities and of the diffi-
overseas as being through the local cult conditions of entry to certain
Students Advisory Committee, Minis- Faculties. Every effort will be made to
try of Education or Director of Educa- preserve good relations with the Uni-
tion as the case may be, and from that versities and help already well-qualified
point through ihis commission. The candidates to secure entry to the Uni-
Registrars will welcome any steps that versity of their first choice.
can be taken to deter candidates from
making direct applications, and it will 22nd May, 1962.
be greatly appreciated if the widest
possible publicity could be given to
closing dates, as well as to the normal NOTICE.
channel of approach.

3. Procedure for submitting appli-
3. Pro re for sbmittig a li- NOTICE is hereby published for gen-
cat ions. eral information that INEZ THOMPSON


It is of the utmost importance that
applications for admission to Universi-
ties in 1962 should come forward on the
prescribed form. All applications
should also be supported by original
educational certificates, a medical cer-
tificate of fitness, passport size photo-
graphs, and the usual procedure should
be followed.

4. It is becoming increasingly im-
portant that applications should in-.
clude mark sheets of G.C.E. Advanced
Level Subjects or Higher School Certi-
ficate Principal Level Subjects in which
the candidate has already passed at the
time of application. If these are not
immediately available locally the appli-
cation need not be delayed but the ap-
plicant should be asked to provide de-
tails of the marks he received or the
grade he obtained and confirmation
may be forwarded later. Universities
cannot be expected to give proper con-
sideration to incomplete or insufficiently
supported applications when they re-
ceive so many more applications than
there are places available.

5. This year has tended to show
that the extremely competitive condi-
tions for entry to Medical and Dental
Schools in the United Kingdom and the
Republic of Ireland have intensified.
Entry to Veterinary Science Courses
is also still difficult due to the com-
paratively small number of Veterinary
Science departments existing in the
United Kingdom Universities. Unless,
therefore Medical, Veterinary, and
Dental candidates are already reason-
ably well-qualified in the appropriate
science subjects, they will be unable to
compete successfully for places. The
chances of well qualified candidates
are naturally enhanced if they apply
as far as possible in advance of the date
they are hoping to gain admission.


of Bridgetown in the Parish of Char-
lotte of the Territory Saint Vincent,
intends to apply to the judge of the
Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands, in Cham-
bers, (St. Vineent Circuit) for an order
to have the Marriage of the said Inez
Thompson and Hirbin Thompson cor-
rectly recorded in the Marriage Regis-
tefr of the Registry of ihe Supreme
Couri. The Marriage of Inez Thomp-
son and Harbin Thompson was Solemn-
ized on the 12th day of August, 1959,
at Kingstown in the Parish of Saint
George of the Territory Saint Vincent.

Dated this 16th day of May, 1962.

EMMANUEL F. ADAMS,
Solicilor for Inez Thompson.



NOTICE


NOTICE is hereby published for gen-
eral information that MELDON JOHN, of
Union Island, Grenadines, St. Vincent,
intends to apply to the judge of the
Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands in Cham-
ber., (St. Vincent Circuit), for an
order that the Marriage of the said
Meldon John and Emelda Harvey
which was duly Solemnized at the
Seventh Day Adventist Church, Union
Island aforesaid, on the 18th day of
November, 1960; but which was not
Registered within the Statutory period,
be now Registered to satisfy the
Marriage Ordinance Chapter 151 of
1926.

Dated the 16th day of May, 1962.

EMMANUEL F. ADAMS,
Solicitor for Meldon John.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.) 16i


SAINT VINCENT
IN TIE KINGSTOWN MAGIS-
TRATE'S COURT:
FIRST DISTRICT
CIVIL JURISDICTION
A.D. 1962

SUIT No. 253/61
Between


MARJORIE CYRUS


LEAH CORKE


Plaintiff

Defendant


The undermentioned goods and chat-
tel, property of the abovenamed defen-
dant levied upon by virtue of a Writ of
Seizure and Sale issued in the above
suit, will be put up for sale by Public
Auction, at the Court House, Kings-
town, on Saturday 9th June 1962, at
1 p.m.
That is
2 Sitting Chairs
1 Wooden Table
1 Wooden Centre Table
1 Piece of Linoleum
1 Dressing Table
2 Enamel Bowls
1 Wooden Bed
1 Wooden Bench
Dated this 16th day of May 1962.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrulae.
Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown.

SAINT VINCENT
IN THE KINGSTOWN MAGIS-
TRATE'S COURT:
FIRST DISTRICT
CIVIL JURISDICTION
A.D. 1962

Suit No. 336/62
Between
McDONALD BELINGY of Kingstown
Plaintiff


That is
One Transistor Radio Set
Two Morris Chairs
One Centre Table.
Dated this 16th day of May 1962.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.
Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown.

SAINT VINCENT
IN THE KINGSTOWN MAGIS-
TRATE'S COURT:
FIRST DISTRICT
CIVIL JURISDICTION
A.D. 1962

SUIT No. 332/61
Between
VINCENT LEWIS of Kingstown
Complainant
and
V'ERNON WILS-,N of Kingstown
Defendant
The undermenitioni-d goods and chat-
tel, property of the aboveilamed defen-
dant levied upon by virtue of a Writ of
Sei:ure and Sale issued in the above
suit. will be put up for sale by Public
Auction, at the Court House, Kings-
town, on Saturday 9th June 1962, at
1 p.m.
That is
One Centre Table


Dated this 16th d
L.

Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown.

SAINT VINCENT
IN THE KING
TRATE'S
FIRST I
CIVILL JU
A.D.


lay of May 1962.
G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.


TOWN MAGIS-
COURT:
DISTRICTT
RISDICTION
1962


and I
I SUIT No. 544/60
STEDMAN ADAMS of Camden Park I B
Defendant Between
Defendant ELINA HUNTE of Kingstown
The undermentioned goods and chat- Plaintiff
tel, property of the abovenamed defen-, and
dant levied upon by virtue of a Writ of VERNON WILSON of Kingstown
Seizure and Sale issued in the above Defendant
suit, will be put up for sale by Public -
Auction, at the Court House, Kings- The undermentioned goods and chat-
town, on Saturday 9th June 1962, at tel, property of the abovenamed defen-
1 p.m. dant levied upon by virtue of a Writ of











166 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.)


Seizure and Sale issued in the above
suit, will be put up for sale by Public
Auction, at the Court House, Kings-
town, on Saturday 9th June 1962, at
1 p.m. *-
That is
Four Morris Chairs
One Extension Speaker
S0 r 1Ar l


Dated this Lc



Chambers,
Crnml TTormuse


itn day oU. ~y .iu.
L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.


Kingstown.

NOTICE.

The Public is hereby reminded that
in accordance with the Birds and Fish


Protection Ordinance Cap. 44 as amend-
ed by Ordinance No. 18 of 1954, it is
prohibited to kill or take:-

Turtles.
(a) Turtles or turtle eggs on land;
(b) Turtles under 20 lbs in weight;
(c) Turtles between 1st May and
31st July.

Lobsters.
(a) Lobsters carrying eggs;
(b) Lobsters of less thar. 1 lb. in
weight;
(c) Lobsters cf less than nine inches
in length;
(d) Lobsters between 1st May and
30th September.

HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
24th April, 1962.


DEPARTMENT OF


AGRICULTURE.


NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of
vegetable seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the Office of the Department
of Agriculture on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between the
hours of 9.00 a.m. and 12.00 noon and from 1.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. and on
Wednesday and Saturdays between the hours of 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.


The prices are as follows:-


CABBAGE, Early Jersey Wakefield
S,, Succession
SFlat Dutch (Steins)
SCharleston or Large Wake-
field
AllI Seasons
, P-rfe:tion Drumhead
SI I:.mn:th Red Rock
ToMATOES, Marglobe
SStone
Oxheart
ii analucie
Manapal
San Marzano
Rutges
CARROTS, Oxheart
Goldinhart
Chantenay
CuCUMBEB, Burpee's Hybrid
White Spine
Black Diamond
LETTUCE, Mignonette
Salad Bowl
PEPPER, California Wonder
CELERY, Golden Blanching
Giant Pascal
PUMPKIN, Big Tom
Genuine Mammoth
ONION, Yellow Bermuda
BEET, Detroit Dark Red
PARSLEy, Plain or Single
RADISH, (Variety)
WATEBMELLON, Dixie Queen
EGGPLANT, Black Beauty


1 oz.
60
60
60
65

65
65
80
1.10
1.00
1.70
1.30
1.85
1.75
65
45
45
50
4.10
45
45
35
1.00
3.30
1.90
1.90
40
40
75
30
30
15
2.27
1.12


%2 oz.
35
35
35
40

- 40
40
42
60
55
90
70
95
95
33
25
25
27
2.10
25
25
18
55
70-
1.00
1.00
22
22
40
16
18
08
1.15
58


HUGH S.


/4 oz.
20
20
20
25


25
25
22
35
30
50
40
50
55
17 ,
15
15
15
1.05
13
13
10
30
40
55
55
13
1,3
25
10
12

58
30
McCONNIE.


1 pk.
12
12
12
15


15
15
14
20
18
30
25
28
30
09
8
8
8
55
8
8

16
25
30
30
8
8
14



30
16


SSuperintendent of Agriculture.


15th May, 1962.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.)


THE WINDWARD ISLANDS BANANA GROWERS ASSOCIATION.


NOTICE.


Thue iillwaid Umuo i lslIII (;ia rnwerm' Association ilvitem runalrdr1 tritdrrx
I'm- the folliuwilug qminitili -it' fertilixc'vr to lie delivered to tlhe ihnthuk of St.
lifntin. 't. V'illfet miiid (4Friul-mn during thr' liriod Julyj to I1.v'nlhryr. 1P62. HS
-weeified beluow-:


Speri:fi unl inirats


',,. N : %P:
12
13 13
13 13


16 8


Sulphate of







.St. Lu'ia


'A, K:


924 6i0-70',' Amimmimiiu 1irugen, 30J----40'71' Mnitv r' itruegtuil.

20 ioluI1h. 112 I 15 Prilasli ill tlhr formuf mInuriate of P'otash.


16 Nuot ,,uiii. thani 41; nitrate nitrogen, not more than 8%
,vii t.u. ,mltime r2 05. Potash ill the form of nuriate of
put~sl1.


F


, i; I, ..


f .iie'li ltid J'articevlarl.r of 1)aliveriett


12 1 Z4 V k! ILtmi ty 13.00() to 1.600) tronts; to be dc,-
!iv i ill nii.'nrhly quantities of 200 to 3001
(,!-) I'lli 111111 cing ill .July, 1962.

13 1.11, 11 Twat o vimanil 60( ti Si) tonu, to he delivered
1111iei ig ;ii .Tifly, 196i2.


sI. Vincent 1.i S 1 13


TIIIaI 'jUfltity i`11iiti t'ia.s: to be delivered in
h n:tillm* (I :100 to 400. tons comn-
...... 31 ; epLII1JLmr, 196(2.


12 8 24 I'i tu litI'livtqi as
fl 501 tvu, ii Aug 50 to ; iu Ou-m-
(ri'ux~~~!' Ptiiiat oIf


U'rouads, S illljllilte of
Aummnnia


I'rms.:i.rJ Spceificotions:

Termas:


Cloning Date:


I;. i ,!I 0_ y :A)J 1.111.4 Lit I62.fit-liveri, -it it;
in 1~1!~ :I1 liaRlsl .1 1:5 torll'; ill


.r. vnii. 1wii. Iill.ko ill new
:'.thm'u-ito riiu bagus.


Or ;i.'~ !,. l t mimflP.

Tvjider*,i will bU rtied up eem.ttu 3 pI.mI. onl the
23r (.I;3.1w% 19(1i2, mitt m..iuilI l e c'li..rly

i- ,ill III . l -ii2 (lo'iw;aI Miu1m gcvr,


Please note that the Associatioii do not bind itself to accept the ]ow..st
or any tender.

D. A. PERRYMAN,
General Manager.
26th April, 1962.


Frtrtiliji r


7;


(Irrilada












168 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.)


NOTICE.

Rules made by the Governor-in-Council pursuant to section of the Patents
Ordinance 1898. (Gazetted 20th April, 1899).

SECOND SCHEDULE.

LIST OF FEES PAYABLE ON AND IN CONNEXION WITH LETTERS PATENT.
Up to Sealing.


1. On application ...... ............ ......
2. On appeal from Registrar to Attorney General. By
appellant...... ...... .........
3. On notice of opposition to granj of patent. By opponent
4. On hearing by Itrgis ,rarl. I .' application and by oppo-
nent respectively. On application to amend specification
5. Up to sealing. By applicant ...... ...... ......
6. After sealing. By patentee ...... ...... ......
7. On notice of opposition to amendment. By opponent .....
8. On hearing by Registrar. By applicant and by oppo-
nent respectively ......
9. On application to amend specification during action or
proceeding. By atentee ............
10. Sealing patent ...... ......... ...... ......
11. Before the expiration of the 4th year from the date of
the patent and in respect of the 5th year ...... ......
12. Be fore the expiration of the 5th year from the date of
the patent and in respect of the 6th year
13. Before the expiration of the 6th year from the date of
the patent and in respect of the 7th year ...... ......
14. Before the expiration of the 7th year from the date of
the patent and in respect of the 8th year
15. Before the expiration of the 8th year from the date of
the patent and in respect of the 9th year ...... ......
16. Before the expiration of the 11th year from the date of
the patent ............ ......

On enlargement of time for payment of renewal fees:-


17. Not exceeding one month ...... ...... ....
18. ,, ,, two months ......
19. ,, ,, three months......
20. For every entry of an assignment, transmission, agree-
ment, licence or extension of patent ...... ...... ......
21. For duplicate of letters patent ...... ...... each
22. Search on inspection fee ...... ...... ...... each
23. For office copies ...... ...... every 100 words
(but never less than one shilling)
24. For of-fico enpiep of drAwings. cost according to agree-
m ent...... ....
25. For certifying office copies, MSS., or printed, each
26. On request of Registrar to correct clerical error up to
sealing
after sealing
27. For altering address in register ...... .. ......
29. Fo t pa vn frt nt i O tto ...... ...... ......
(In other papers the cost)


3. 0. 0

3. 0. o
10. 0


1. 0. 0
2. 0. 0
10. 0

10. 0

1. 0. 0
2. 0. 0

3. 0. 0

4. 0. 0

5. 0. 0


12 0. 0


1. 0.
3. 0.
5. 0.

10.
2. 0.
1.


1. 0


5.
1. 1.
5.
2.


Made by the Governor-in-Council this 27th day of March, 1899.
CECIL N. RICE,
Acting Clerk of Councils.

It is hereby notified for General Information that the above-mentioned
Rules made under the Patents Ordinance 1898 are still in force and all
fees required by the Ordinance are payable by persons in receipt of service
as provided for by this Ordinance and set out in the above schedule.
H. M. SQUIRES,
Registrar Supreme Court.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MAY, 1962.-(No. 28.) 169


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTES AND COINS IN CIRCULATION IN THE
BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1ST APRIL, 1962.

Notes Coins
$ $
Average Circulation during February,
1962
British Caribbean Currency ...... 90, ,i72 4,779,101
Demonetized Government Notes ...... 981,774

Total Average ...... $9,912,j $4,779,101

British Caribbean notes an: coins in
circulation on 1st April, 1962
Trinidad and Tobago ...... ...... ...... 43: 2,,16 121
B arbados ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 7, 679.450
British Guiana ...... ...... ..... ...... 2 1,017.786
Grenada ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... 4,9A2, 31t 213,800
St. Vincent ...... ...... ...... ...... 738,3 114,325
St. Lucia ...... .... ..... .... ...... 1,349,003 141,825
Dom inica ...... ...... ......... ...... 2, 122725
Antigua ...... ... .... 4,32._,300 160,175
St. Kitts ...... ...... ...... 839,600 139,575
Montserrat ...... ...... ....... 257,300 26.100
"Proof Set" of Coins .... .......... .. 1,870

Total British Caribbean circulation on
1st April, 1962 $94,074,957 $4,779,752
Demonetized Government notes out-
standing on 1st April, 1962
Trinid. .. an,. Toha-o ...... ..... ...... 675,085
British Guiana ................. ...... 241,275
Barbados ...... ...... ...... ...... .. 64,736

Total Government notes outstanding 981,093

Total circula-:,in on 1st April, 1932 $95,056,053 $4,779,752


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spain,
TRINIDAD.


PORT AND MARINE Port Officer. The anchor is 8 feet, 9
DEPARTI'2 ENT. inches long.
2. Any person claiming the said an-
PUBLIC NOTICE. chor should give notice as soon as possi-
ble to the Port Officer, with satisfactory
Sectc! 1, i F p,...n f;or P~, of .n. ,. +, -Ownprship. The Port Officer
Entry made under the authority of will deliver the anchor and chain to the
"The Port Officer's Ordinance person, in his opinion, entitled thereto
1906". upon payment of salvage and other ex-
penses.
It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that a stock anchor with chain G. LISLE FRASER,
has been found in the Harbour of Kings- Port Officer.
town and is now in the custody of the 21st May, 1962.


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KUIGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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