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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


nubliNhed bI Nnthority.


VOL. 96.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1933. [No. 62.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 341.
TENDERS FOR GOVERNMENT
SERVICES

Sealed Tenders will be received until
2.00 p.m. on Saturday 30th Novem-
ber, 1963, for the supply to Government
for the period 1st January to 31st Dec-
ember, 1964 of such quantities of the
undermentioned articles as may daily
or otherwise be required:
(a) For the use of the PRISON DE-
PARTMENT-
Breadfruit per lb.
Plantains ,, 100 lb.
Potatoes (sweet) ,, 101) lb
Tannias ,, 100 lb.
Yams 100 lb.
Processed local
Cocoa ,, b.
Kallaloo l ,, Ib.
(b) For the use of any GOVERN-
MENT DEPARTMENT-


Beef, fresh without
bone
Beef, fresh with
bone
Soup bone .
Processed local
Cocoa .
Ga6olene .
Kerosene .
Diesel Oil -.


per pound

per pound
per pound


per
per
per
per


pound
gallon
gallon
gallon


Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Ministry of
Finance, and distinctly marked .on the
envelope (a) "Tenders for Supplies to
Prisons" or (b) "Tenders for Supplies
to Government Departments". Printed
forms will be issued on application at
the Ministry of Finance.
Any delivery charge should be
stated on the Tender separate from the
actual price of the commodity.
The Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender, and
reserves the power of accepting any
part of a tender.
Nothing in any contract which may
be entered into will, be considered as
affecting the right of the Government
to import at any time any articles it
may require notwithstanding such sup-
ply is contracted for locally.
The attention of parties tendering is
particularly directed to the "conditions
of contract" inserted at the end of this
notice which will be binding on them.

CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT.
1. Thp contract to be from 1st Janu-
ary, to 31st December, 1964.
2. The Contractor undertakes t-o de-
liver at his own expense into the Storcs
of Institutions the articles placed oppo-
site his name at tle price stated, ,n
such days, at such times, and in suph


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344 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


quantities as may be stated on the re-
quisitions of the Head of the Depart-
ment or Officer in Charge.

3. Every article supplied must be of
a sound, good quality, and no article
is to be substituted for the one requisi-
tioned for without the consent of the
requisitioning officer first being obtained.

4. Any articles considered by the
Head of Department or Officer in
Charge to be of inferior quality may be
rejected by him, and shall be immedi.
ately removed and replaced by the Con-
tractor at his own expense without any
allowance being made to him for such
articles.

5. If the rejected articles are not
removed within 9 hours from the time
notice shall have been given to the
Contractor, they will be returned to,
and at the expense of the Contractor;
provided that if the Contractor gives
such explanations as may be satisfac-
tory to the Administrator, the expense
of such return shall not be charged.

6. Should the Contractor neglect or
refuse to replace rejected articles con-
tracted for at the time stated in the
requisition, the Head of Department
or officer in Charge, shall be at liberty
to purchase the said articles from other
persons; and the difference between the
price paid for such articles and the
contract price shall be deducted from
the next payment made to the Contrac-
tor.

7. The Head of Department or Offi-
cer in Charge may, if he should deem
it necessary, purchase articles of perish-
able food such as bread, meat, etc. at
once to replace rejected articles.

8. All fresh meat contracted for
must be slaughtered in the Slaughter-
house, in Kingstown.

9. If the Contractor should persist
in such irregularities as stated in para-
graph 6, the Administrator shall have
the power to terminate the contract im-
mediately or at such time as may ap-
pear to him proper and convenient,.

10. The Contract may be termin-
ated at any time by one month's notice
being given either by the Contractor to
the Administrator or by the Adminis-
trator to the Contractor.
Ministry of Finance,
5th November, 1963.
(C.M.F. 252.)
(C.M.P. 19).


No. 342.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF MILK.

Tenders are hereby invited, and will
be received up to 3.00 p.m. on Saturday
30th November, 1963, for the supply of
fresh whole milk to the following Gov-
ernment Institutions for the year
1964:-
Colonial Hospital, Kingstown (in-
eluding Extension Hospital).
Nurses' Hostel, Montrose.
Lewis Punnett Home for the Aged
Poor, Glen.
Leper Asylum, Fort Charlotte.
Mental Hospital, Calliaqua.
2. The average daily requirements
will be:-
Colonial Hospital and
Nurses Hostel -412 Imperial Pints
Lewis Punnett
Home 35
Leper Asylum 3
Mental Hospital 84
3. The milk must contain not less
than 3 percent of fat and 81/ percent
of non-fatty solids and is to be delivered
in good condition at the institution
concerned. The contract will be ter-
minable by three months' notice on
either side.
4. Tenders are to be addressed to
the Chairman, Tenders Board, Ministry
of Finance, and the envelopes are to be
marked "Tenders for the Supply of
Milk."
5. Any delivery charge should be
stated on the Tender separate from the
actual price of the commodity.
Ministry of Finance,
5th November, 1963.
(C.M.F. 112).

No. 343.


TENDERS FOR SUPPLY OF
.BIsITrs.


FOOD YEAST


Tenders are hereby invited and will
be received until 3.00 p.m. on Saturday
30th November, 1963 for the supply of
Food Yeast Biscuits to the Education
Department during the year 1964.
The estimated requirements have
been placed at 1,350 tins per annum
and the supplier must guarantee to
supply 450 tins at the beginning of
each term and to deliver same in good
condition at Primary Schools on the
mainland and Grenadines as directed
by the Education Officer.
Any delivery charge should be stated
in the Tender separate from the actual
price of the commodity.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


Tenders are to be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders Board, Ministry of
Finance and the envelopes sealed and
marked "Tenders for the supply of
Food Yeast Biscuits".
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Ministry of Finance,
5th November, 1963.
(C.M.F. 332.)



No. 344.
MOTOR CAR SERVICE.

Sealed Tenders are invited for the
provision of motor cars for the convey-
ance of public officers during 1964.
The Tenders submitted should con-
tain particulars of the charges proposed
to be made for waiting. Rates sub-
mitted should not exceed those con-
Sained in Statutory Rules and Orders
No. 35 of 1959.
The contract will be terminable by
one month's notice on either side, and
the person to whom the contract is
awarded will be required to enter into
a bond with Government for the satis-
factory performance of the contract.
Tenders close at 3 p.m. on Saturday
30th November, 1963 and should be
addressed to the Chairman, Tenders
Board, Ministry of Finance, Kingstown,
and distinctly marked on the envelope
"Tenders for Motor Car Service".
Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Ministry of Finance,
5th November, 1963.
(C.M.F. 260.)



No. 345.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF UNIFORMS
FOR GOVERNMENT MESSENGERS.

Tenders are invited for supplying
and making khaki uniforms for Gov-
ernment male Messengers for the period
1st January to 31st December, 1964.
2. The khaki used must be of the
same shade and texture for each uni-
form, and samples should be submitted
with the tender.
3. The number of messengers is 28
and two uniforms consisting of long
trousers and short sleeved shirts with
two flap pockets and shoulder straps
will be required in each case.


4. Tenders, which will be received
up to 3 p.m. on Saturday 30th Novem-
ber, 1963, must be sealed and addressed
to the Chairman of the Tenders Board,
Ministry of Finance, Kingstown, and
distinctly marked on the envelope,
"Tenders for the Supply of Uniforms
for Government Messengers".
5. Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowe-t or any tender.
Ministry of Finance,
5th November, 1963.
(C.M.F. 14.)



No. 364.
CORRECTION NOTICE.

Please substitute the figure "1963"
for the figure "1961" appearing in the
Heading on page 325 of the Govern-
ment Gazette of 12th November, 1963.
19th November, 1963.


No. 365.
PRESS RELEASE.

PENSIONS INCREASE.

Proposals for increasing the Cost of
Living Allowance to Pensioners in this
territory were first submitted to the now
defunct Federal Government of the
West Indies on 9th January, 1962, and
subsequently to the Department of
Technical Co-operation on 5th October
1962, after responsibility for the finan-
cial administration of the Grant-aided
territories reverted to the Secretary of
State for the Colonies.
Approval has now been received for
payment of Revised Pensions Increases
with effect from 1st January, 1963 to
Pensioners who retired before 1st April,
1960, subject to the following terms:
The revised rates are payable only in
the case of pensioners who have attain-
ed age 55 or who satisfy the fol-
lowing conditions:
(a) have retired on account of
physical or mental infirmity; or
(b) is permanently incapacitated
from engaging in full time em-
ployment; or
(c) is a woman with at least one de-
pendent; or
(d) is a woman whose pension is
payable in respect of her de-
ceased husband and who has
attained age 40; or
(e) is a child under age 16.











346 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


Arrangements are being made for the
arrears of the Pensions Increase from
1st January to 31st October, 1963 to be
paid to all pensioners resident in St.
Vincent at the Treasury Buildings,
Kingstown, on Thursday 28th Novem-
ber, 1963.
Details of the increased rates will be
published in the Official Gazette and in
the Local Press within the next few
days.
Ministry of Finance,
Ministry Buildings,
19th November, 1963.




No. 366.
LEaMtLATIet.

The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified
that Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordinances of this Government:-

No. 15 of 1963.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Kingstown
Board Ordinance, Cap. 209.
<. 1103.)


No. 17 of 1963.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Magistrates'
Decisions (Appeals) Ordinance,
Cap 17.
(262.)
19th November, 1963.



No. 367.

The undermentioned Bills are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at Government .Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post ,Of-
fices, Police Stations and at all Revenue
Offices:-


Bill for an Ordinance to
replace the Coroners
Chapter 21.
(1213.)


repeal and
Ordinance,
i


Bill for an Ordinance to amend thej
Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordin-|
ance, 1952.


Bill for an Ordinance to prohibit the
removal of sand, stones, shingles
or gravel from certain beaches in
the Colony.


(T.P. 430.)


By Command,

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Chief Secretary.


GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
29th November, 1963.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY

SALE OF HOUSE BUILDING LOTS
AT ARNOS VALE.

Applications are invited for a limited
number of Building Lots for Low and
Middle Income Group Housing, being
a portion of the approved Arnos Vale
Housing and Industrial Scheme.
A plan of the proposed layout of
these lots can be seen at the office of the
Authority and the site viewed by ar-
rangement.
All lots will be sold subject to the
conditions of the approved Scheme.
The price will be 30 cents per square
foot for Low Income and 40 cents per
square foot for Middle Income Group
Lots and the terms CASH.
Applications will be received up to
30th November, 1963. Persons who have
previously applied must re-apply in
accordance with this notice.

B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary & Technical Officer,
Central Housing and
Planning Authority.


:SALE OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDING
LOTS AT ARNOS VALE.

Sealed tenders are invited for twelve
(12) Industrial Building Lots, being a
portion of the approved Amos Vale
Housing and Industrial Scheme.
A plan of the layout of these lots can
be seen at the Office of the Authority
and can be viewed by arrangement. -











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


The price shall be not less than. Fifty
(50) Cents per square foot and the
terms CASH.
All lots shall be sold subject to the
conditions of the approved Scheme.
SEALED TENDERS will be received up
to 30th November, 1963, and must be.
addressed to the CENTRAL HOUSING AND
PLANNING AUTHORITY. Envelopes must
be clearly marked on the outside
"TENDER FOR INDUSTRIAL LOT-ARNOS
VALE."
B. R. NEEHALL,
Secretary & Technical Officer,
Central Housing amnd
Planning Authority.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

COCOA DEVELOPMENT
INDUSTRY.

Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of
Selected Strains of Trinidad and
Grenada Cacao for Planting
in 1964

1. Persons desirous of obtaining
rooted cacao cuttings from the cacao
stations for planting in 1964 should
apply on the forms provided for that
purpose entitled:
"Application Form for Rooted Cacao
Cuttings progagated for Distribution
by the Cacao Industry Development
St. Vincent".
2. Application forms are obtainable
at the Head Office, Department of
Agriculture, Kingstown, or from any
of the District Agricultural Officers.
3. Application forms should be for-
warded to the Superintendent of Agri-
culture, Department of Agriculture,
Kingstown, on or before 16th December,
1963.
4. Applications for Rooted Cacao
Cuttings received after 16th December,.
1963 will neither be acknowledged nor
considered.
5. A charge of ten (10) cents per
plant will be made plus transportation
at fifty (50) cents per mile for a truck
load of plants delivered to a point as
near as possible to the site at which they
are to be planted. This refers to total
mileage to and from the site. Payment
must be made at Head Office, Agricul-
tural Department before the cuttings
will be supplied. Estates will be ex-,
pected to arrange their own transport.
Replacement of dead plants up to 10%
of the original given out will be supplied
at the rate of ten cents (10) per.. plant.


Any supplies required above this per-
centage will be charged for at the rate
of 20 per plant.- -.
6. N.B. The conditions under which
rooted cuttings will be issued are as
follows:-
(i) The area selected by an appli-
cant will be inspected by an authorised
officer as soon as possible after the re-
ceipt of the application for the purpose
of determining the suitability of the site
in regard to altitude, soil type, wind
protection and other ecological and en-
vironmental conditions. The applicant
will then be notified whether or not the
area is approved for planting cacao.
(ii) If for stated good reasons the
area is declared to be unsuitable for
planting cacao, no allocation of plants
will be made to the applicant.
(iii) If the area is declared suit-
able, an authorised officer will inform
the applicant what minimum action is
required of him by the Department of
Agriculture in regard to provision of
overhead shade, ground shade, wind-
breaks, soil conservation measures, soil
preparation, etc. The Agricultural
Department will render all necessary
advice and guidance in this connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which
plants will be issued will be that which
will contain one hundred and fifty
(150) rooted cuttings planted at a
spacing of 12 ft. x 12 ft. in a single
block, the equivalent of one-half (1/)
of an acre.
(v) The area to be planted will be
re-inspected by an authorised officer
immediately before the proposed date of
delivery of the plants in order to ascer-
tain whether all conditions have been
satisfactorily fulfilled, and whether the
area is in a suitable state of preparation
for planting.
(vi) Authorised officers of the De-
partment of Agriculture will make
periodical inspections of the planted
areas as often as may be considered
necessary for the purpose of observing
field conditions, the development of the
young plants and advising growers on
the care and management of the young
plants.
7. Applicants are advised to take
advantage of the information and guid-
ance freely offered by the Agricultural
Officers, thereby ensuring that they start
off correctly on the road to revival of
our Cocoa Industry.
HUGH S. MeCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
25th October, 1963.










348 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


NUTMEG AND COFFEE PLANTS

There will be a limited number of
nutmeg and coffee seedlings for distri-
bution during 1964.
Anyone wishing to obtain plants for
1964 should apply on the same applica-
tion form for rooted cocoa euttinss
deleting the words "rooted cocoa cut-
tings for planting" and substituting
instead "nutmeg plants" or "coffee
plants".
Application forms are obtainable at
the Head Office, Department of AgriewnI-
ture, Kingstown or from any district
Agricultural officer. Completed forms
should be forwarded to the Super-
intendent of Agriculture, on or before
31st December, 1963.
As guide to the number of plants
which should be used per acre, recom-
mended spacings are as follows:-
Nutmeg-15' X 15' at planting.
(These are later thinned out to 30' X
30' apart).
Coffee-9' apart X 3'-4' in the row
or 6' X 6' on the square pattern.
A charge of 8# per plant will be made
for the nutmeg and 50 per plant for the
coffee.
Nutmeg cultivation is recommended
for areas where profits from bananas
is marginal either through difficulty in
extracting fruit, or where destructive
annual windstorms cause repeated
damage to bananas.
The cultivation of coffee on a large
scale for export is not recommended
due to large surpluses in the world
market. However, there is much room
for expansion to meet local require-
ments for coffee beans at prices which
are profitable.
HUGH S. McCONNIE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
26th October, 1963.


ELECTION NOTICES.

THE KINGSTOWN BOARD.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with Sections 3 and 6 of the
Kingstown Board (Election of Mem-
bers) By-Laws, the Warden of Kings-
town will be in attendance at the
Public Library, Kingstown, on Monday
2nd December, 1963, to receive nomina-
tions for the election of a member for
each of the three wards, namely Eastern,
Central and Western, to serve on the
Kingstown Board for the term com-


menacing 10th December, 1963, and end-
ing 9th December, 1966.
Should a Poll be required it will be
taken on Monday, 9th December, 1963,
from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon and from
1.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. in the Eastern,
Central and Western Wards, at Polling
Stations to be published later.

V. G. daSILVA,
Warden.
Office of the Kingstown Board,
Paul's Lot,
Kingstown.


BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with S.R. & 0. No. 48 of 1957 of
the Bequia District Council (Election of
Members) By-Laws, the four Presiding
Officers will be in attendance at their
respective Polling Stations in the four
Wards of the Island of Bequia on Mon-
day 25th November, 1963, from 10.00
a.m. to 2.00 p.m. to receive Nominations
for the Election of Four Members to
serve on the Bequia District Council for
the term commencing 1st January, 1964
and ending 31st December, 1965.

(2) The retiring Members Messrs.
Cyprian John, Ward 1, Claude Peters,
Ward 2, and Cyril Mitchell, Ward 4
are eligible for re-election.
(3) Should a Poll be required it will
be taken at the four Polling Stations in
the Wards on Monday 2nd December,
1963, from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon and
from 1.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.

(4) The location of Polling Stations
in the various Wards and the Presiding
Officers are as follows:-

Ward 1. Town Hall, Port Elizabeth,
Mr. Floris Simmons.

Ward 2. Mr. Edrick Harris' Resi-
dence, Hamilton, Mr. Sylvester
Sargeant.

Ward 3. Mr. Rudolph Phillips'
Residence, Belmont, Mr. Conrad
Francis.

Ward 4, Post Office Building, Paget
Farm, Mr. Claude Hazell, J.P.

W. N. TENNIS,
Clerk and Returning Officer.

2nd November, 1963.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.--(No. 62.)


IN THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS
COURT OF APPEAL

ST. VINCENT.

IN THE MATTER of the acquisition of the
Biabou Arrowroot Factory and
lands and

IN THE MATTER of the Land Acquisition
Ordinance.


Mr. Justice F. E. FIELD
Acting Chief Justice

Mr. Justice P. C. LEWIS

Mr. Justice E. St. BERNARDI


President


Justices


cordance with the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands
Court of Appeal Rules.
The respondent's arguments of the
preliminary objections were mainly
confirmed to objections (1) and (2) Mr.
Hudson-Phillips pointed out that under
the provisions of section 17 (3) of the
Ordinance an appeal against a decision
of a Board of Assessment originally lay
to the West Indian Court of Appeal.
The Sub-section in question reads:
"(3) An appeal shall lie against
the decision of the Board and for the
purposes of such appeal the decision
of the Board shall be deemed to be a
final judgment or decision of a Judge
of the Supreme Court sitting as a
Court of first instance within the
meaning of section 4 of the West
Indian Court of Appeal (Local Pro-
visions) Ordinance."


It was contended that an appeal from
LEWIS (J) the decision of a Board continued to lie
to the West Indian Court of Appeal
This is an appeal from a decision of until the jurisdiction of the Federal
a Board of Assessment constituted un- Supreme Court was substituted for
der the Land Acquisition Ordinance that of the West Indian Court of Ap-
22/1946 (hereinafter called "the Or- peal pursuant to the enabling powers
dinance") to assess the compensation contained in section 2 (d) of the British
payable to the respondent-claimant for Caribbean Federation Act, 1956, which
three parcels of land and an arrowroot authorised Her Majesty by Order in
factory thereon, the property of the Council to substitute the jurisdiction of
respondent, compulsorily acquired from the Federal Supreme Court for that of
the claimant by the Government of' the West Indian Court of Appeal in all
Saint Vincent on the 12th day of Feb- cases where the latter Court had hither-
ruary, 1957, under the Ordinance. to exercised jurisdiction to hear appeals
The Board delivered its award on the from the courts of the colonies specified
9th day of April, 1962, under the hand in the Schedule to the British Federa-
of its chairman who duly caused the tion Act, 1956. St. Vincent is one of
same to be filed in the Supreme Court: such colonies.
in accordance with the provisions of Her Majesty duly issued an Order,
section 17 (1) of the Ordinance. viz., the West Indies (Federation) Or-


The authorised Officer, by a notice of
appeal dated May 18, and filed May 19,
1962 appealed to this Court against the
decision of the Board. Owing to the
course which this appeal has taken the
grounds on which the authorised Officer
challenged the Board's decision are not
material and need not be stated.
Mr. Hudson Phillips, for the respon-
dent took certain objections in limine
at the hearing of the appeal. They were.
as follows-
(1) That this Court has no jurisdic-
tion to entertain the appeal
(2) Assuming, but not admitting,
that the Court has Jvisdiction,
the appeal has been filed out of
time
(3) No proper notice of appeal was
served on the respondent
(4) The grounds of appeal have nt
been formulated and filed in ac-


der in Council 1957, sections 80 et seq
of which dealt with the jurisdiction of
the Federal Supreme Court. In section
2 of the same Order power was con-
ferred on the Governor-General of the
Federation to exercise by regulations
certain legislative powers during the
period specified in the section, and by
virtue of this power the Governor-Gen-
eral made the Federal Supreme Court
Regulations, 1958, which came into force
on the 17th February, 1958.
Regulation 15 of the Federal Supreme
Court Regulations, 1958, dealt with
eivil appeals to the Federal Supreme
Court, and, so far as it is material
reads as follows-
"(2) Subject as otherwise provided
in this Regulation, an appeal
shall lie to the Federal Supreme
Court in any cause or matter
from any order of a Full Court
or of a judge of a superior Court











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


(whether made before or after Windward Islands and Leeward
the date on which these Regula- Islands"
tions come into force) where The Legislature went further and gave
such order is- this provision retrospective effect by
final and is not such an order enacting section 3 in the following lan-
as is referred to in subparagraph guage:-


(f)1 or sub-paragraph (g1 (i


(g) (ii) or (g) (iii) of this
paragraph
(f) an order upon appeal from any
other court, tribunal, body or
person;

(g) (i) a final order of a judge of a
superior court made in
chambers or in a summary
proceeding;
(ii)an order made with the con-
sent of the parties;
(iii) an order as to costs;
(iv) an order not referred to
elsewhere in this paragraph.
It should at this stage be stated that
the award from which this appeal is
brought is the second award in this
matter, the first award dated 19th
February, 1958, having been set aside
by this Court on July, 25, 1959, but at
that hearing the question of this Court's
jurisdiction to entertain the appeal was
not raised. It was therefore contended
by Mr. Hudson-Phillips that even as
far back as 19th February, 1958, when
the original award was made the Fed-
eral Supreme Court alone had juris-
diction to entertain an appeal from the
decision of the Board of Assessment by
virtue of the fact that at that date the
Federal Supreme Court Regulations
had already come into force, and the
first appeal in this matter should pro-
perly have been to the Federal Supreme
Court. He further contended that this
continued to be the position until the
jurisdiction of the Federal Supreme
Court was in turn substituted by that of
British Caribbean Court of Appeal.
By the Land Acquisition (Amend-
ment) Ordinance No. 12/1958 which
came into effect on 17th June, 1958, the
Legislature of St. Vincent purported to'
confer jurisdiction on this Court to
entertain an appeal from a decision of
a Board of Assessment under the Ordin-
ance by repealing section 17 (3) and'
replacing it as follows-
"(3) Subject to the provisions of the
Leeward Islands and Windward
Islands (Courts) Order in Coun-
cil, 1939, (Imperial) and any
Order made under the authority.
of the same an appeal shall lie
against a decision of the Board
to the Court of Appeal for the


(a)


"3 The right conferred by subsec-
tion (3) of section 17 of princi-
pal Ordinance as replaced by this
Ordinance shall apply to all
matters arising whether before
or after the commencement of
this Ordinance".
There can be no doubt that the inten-
tion of the above provisions was to con-
fer (as it was hoped) jurisdiction on
the Court of Appeal for the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands to enter-
tain the first appeal in this matter when
it came before this Court in 1959; but
Mr. Hudson-Phillips has submitted, and
we agree with him, that the action of
the St. Vincent Legislature was, in this
respect a nullity. The jurisdiction of
the Court of Appeal for the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands under the
Leeward Islands and Windward Is-
lands (Courts) Order in Council, 1939,
in relation to appeals other than crim-
inal appeals (and this is such an ap-
peal) is to be found in section 14 of the
Order in Council. By sub-section (2)
of this section, power is given to con-
fer "jurisdiction upon the Court of
Appeal in any matter not specified by
subsection (1) of this section (i.e.
section 14) and not falling within
section 13 of this Order (which deals
with criminal appeals), and to amend,
revoke, or add to any of the pro-
visions of that subsection." Sub-
section (2) of section 14 provided how-
ever that this power had to be exercised
in a certain way, viz. by an order made
by the Governors of the Windward and
Leeward Islands, a draft of which had
first to be approved by resolution the
Legislative Councils of the Colonies to
which the Leeward Islands and Wind-
ward Islands (Courts) Order in Coun-
cil 1939 applied. It was accordingly
submitted that when the St. Vincent
Legislature in 1958 failed to follow this
procedure its attempt to confer juris-
diction on the Court of Appeal was of
no effect when it enacted Ordinance
12/1958, and to this extent its action
was ultra vires the 1939 Order in Coun-
cil.
The Attorney General on the other
hand contended that by virtue of sec-
tion 19 of the 1939 Order in Council,
as amended by the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islands (Courts) (Amend-
ment) Order in Council No. 600/1949,
the St. Vincent Legislature had power










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


to renact Ordinance 12/1958, and there-
by confer jurisdiction on the Court of
Appeal.
Section 19 of the 1939 Order in Coun-
cil, as amended, reads:
"Nothing in this Order shall af-
feet the powers of the Legislature of
any Colony to make laws, not repug-
nant to the provisions of this Order,
amending, adding to, repealing, re-
voking, or otherwise affecting any
law in force on the appointed day or
conferring jurisdiction or powers or
imposing duties on the Supreme
Court or the Court of Appeal or any
Judge or officer thereof in matters
within the jurisdiction of the Colo-
ny".
In our opinion all that this section did
was to take cognizance of the existing
powers of a legislature and to preserve
the status quo. The section states that
the powers of a legislature of a colony
to make laws shall not be affected, but
in exercising such powers the legisla-
ture could not make any laws which
were repugnant to the provisions of the
Order in Council. Further, the laws so
made may have the effect of amending,
adding to, repealing, revoking, or other-
wise affecting other laws falling into
two categories-(a) laws in force on the
appointed day, and (b) laws conferring
jurisdiction or powers or imposing du-
ties on the Supreme Court or the Court
of Appeal or any Judge or officer there-
of in matters within the jurisdiction of
the Colony.
The words used in reference to the
laws specified in category (b) above are
words of qualifying, and not of en-
abling, import. They indicate a class
of law in regard to which the Legisla-
ture of a Colony could exercise its
powers, but the exercise of these pow-
ers is always subject to the restriction
that it must not be repugnant to the
provisions of the Order. We do not
therefore think it correct to construe
the words referring to the laws in cate-
gory (b) above as though they enabled
a legislature to confer jurisdiction on
the Court of Appeal.
Section 14 (2) of the 1939 Order in
Council laid down a specific form of
procedure whereby jurisdiction could
be conferred on the Court of Appeal,
and any other method employed for
this purpose which did not follow the
prescribed procedure would be wrong
and the resulting law would accordingly
be invalid as being repugnant to the
provisions of the Order in Council.
It may not be amiss to mention at
this juncture that as .far .as 1941, when


additional jurisdiction was conferred
on the Court of Appeal by the then
Colony of the Leeward Islands, that
this was done in the manner prescribed
by Section 14 (2) of the 1939 Order in
Council. (See Leeward Islands Gen-
eral Government S.R.O. 1941 No. 7).
It was further submitted by Mr. Hud-
son-Phillips that although it was within
the competence of the St. Vincent
Legislature to repeal section 17 (3) of
the Ordinance, it was not competent to
replace this subsection in the terms in
which it did for the reason stated im-
mediately above, and the only effect the
amendment had was to deprive the ap-
pellant of a right of appeal, so that as
from the 17th day of June, 1958, when
Ordinance 12/1958 came into effect, the
appellant's right of appeal had com-
pletely disappeared. We are of opin-
ion that this contention is sound.
The St. Vincent Legislature must
have realized after it had passed Or-
dinance 12/1958 that it did not have
the result which it had hoped to
achieve and that its action was ultra
vires the 1939 Order in Council, for on
the 2nd day of October, 1958, an order
intituled the Leeward Islands and
Windward Islands (Courts) Order,
1958, (S.R.O. 1958 No. 44) was ga-
zetted which, following the procedure
prescribed in the 1939 Order in Coun-
cil, conferred additional jurisdiction
on the Court of Appeal and made an
attempt to bring this appeal within the
ambit of this Court. Paragraph 2 of
this Order reads as follows:-
"2. Additional jurisdiction. The
Court of Appeal :shall, in addition
to the jurisdiction conferred by
Subsection (1) of section 14 of the
Leeward Islands and Windward Is-
lands (Courts) Order in Council, 1939
(Imperial) have jurisdiction and pow-
er to hear and determine appeals from
the decisions of any court, tribunal,
body or person within the meaning of
sub-paragraph (f) of paragraph (2)
of regulation 15 of the Federal Su-
preme Court Regulations, 1958."
This belated action cannot however as-
sist the appellant, for it will be noticed
that the additional jurisdiction con-
ferred on the Court of Appeal was in
respect of decisions "within the mean-
ing of" regulation 15 (2) (f) of the
Federal Supreme Court Regulations
which only allows an appeal to be
brought where the order appealed from
is "an order upon appeal from any
other court, tribunal, .body or person".
It was submitted that the effect of re-
gulation 15 (2) (f.) .was to make ap-
pealable to the Federal :Supreme Court










52 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


an order which had been in itself the
subject matter of appeal to some "other
court, tribunal, body or person", in
other words the subparagraph contem-
plated a "a double appeal"- an ap-
peal from an order which had already
been on appeal. Mr. Hudson-Phillips
contended that this appeal fell under
regulation 15 (2) (a) of the Federal
Supreme Court Regulations, and not
under 15 (2) (f) so that the additional
jurisdiction conferred by the Leeward
Islands and Windward Islands (Courts)
Order 44/1958 did not apply in this
case. This was conceded by the Attor-
ney General for the appellant.
Another submission was made by the
Attorney General in this connection,
but it was only faintly argued. It was
concerned with section 16 (1) of the
Windward Islands & Leeward Islands
(Courts) Order in Council, 1959, which
reads as follows-
"16 (1). In addition to the juris-
diction conferred on it by the three
last foregoing sections, the Court of
Appeal shall have such jurisdiction to
hear and determine appeals from
decisions of the Supreme Court in
exercise of its jurisdiction in a Colo-
ny to which this Order applies or from
a decision of any other court or au-
thority of such a Colony as may be
conferred upon it by any law enacted
by the legislature of the Colony."
It was submitted firstly that the words
"as may be conferred upon it by any
law enacted by the legislature of the
Colony" should be given retrospective
effect, and secondly that a Board of ass-
essment constituted under the Ordin-
ance was an "authority" of the Colony
within the meaning of section 16 (1)
of the 1959 Order in Council. We ex-
press no opinion as to whether or not
a Board of assessment is an "authority"
of the Colony within the meaning of
this section, but the implication in the
submission that the words quoted im-
mediately above should be given retro-
spective effect is clear. What is being
done is to ask this Court to say that
Ordinance 12/1958 was made pursuant
to the provisions of section 16 (1) of
the 1959 Order in Council, but in our
opinion this is an impossible conten-
tion. The 1959 Order in Council came
into force on January 1st, 1960, and
there is nothing in the language of Sec-
tion 16 (1) of this Order or indeed in
any other part thereof which would
justify an interpretation being given to
the Order to displace the ordinary rule
of construction that a law speaks as
from the date of its commencement un-
less a contrary intention is expressed
therein.


The final submission made by the
Attorney General on this point was
that Ordinance 12/1958 was a law to
which section 29 (1) of the 1959 Order
in Council applied and that consequent-
ly it was preserved by this Order.
Section 29 (1) of the 1959 Order so
far as it is material reads-
"29 (1). All laws, rules of court or
other instruments having the force
of law which relates to the Supreme
Court or the Court of Appeal estab-
lished by the existing Orders or the
judges or officers thereof or to magis-
trates courts or the members thereof
and in force in the Colonies to which
this .Order applies or any of them,
immediately before the commence-
meit of this Order shall (subject to
amendment or repeal by the com-
petent authority) continue to have
effect for the purposes of this
Order. . .. ."
In our view this subsection envisages
the saving only of such laws as are "in
force" at the relevant time, and a law
can only be regarded as being "ii
force" if it is a valid law. We have
already held that Ordinance 12/1958
was not valid as it was repugnant to the
provisions of the 1939 Order in Council
and consequently it could not be saved
by section 29 (1) of the 1959 Order in
Council.
Now as to the second objection, viz.,
that the appeal was out of time, it was
submitted by counsel for the respondent
that the award was delivered on 9th
April, 1962 and duly filed as required
by section 17 (1) of the Ordinance
when the Chairman handed it to the
Registrar for this purpose on that date.
Mr. Hudson-Phillips referred to the
case of R. v. Wade (1831) 1 B & A 861
as to the meaning of the word "filed"
which is "deposited for the purposes of
being filed". He therefore contended
that if a right of appeal existed it
would arise under rule 8 of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands
Court of Appeal Rules, 1940 (S.R.O. of
1940 No. 22). This rule reads as
follows:
"Limitation of time for appeals. (1)
Subject to any provisions which may
be made by the Legislature of any
Colony no appeal shall be brought
under section 14 (1) (a) of the Order
in Council, after the expiration of 14
days and no appeal shall be brought
under section 14 (1) (b) (c) and (d)
of the Order in Council after the ex-
piration of 28 days unless the judge
at the time of giving judgment or
making the Order or at any time
subsequently not .exceeding 30 days
shall extend the time. The said pe-
riods of 14 days and 28 days respec-










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.) 353


tively shall be calculated from the
time at which the judgment or order
is signed, entered or otherwise per-
fected, or in the case of a refusal of
an application from the date of such
refusal.
(2) An appeal shall be deemed to
have been brought when the notice
of motion has been filed in the office
of the Registrar.
(3) Notice of appeal from any
judgment or order shall be a twenty-
eight day notice".
This rule contains an omission in that
it only makes provision for appeals
which might be brought under section
14 (1) of the 1939 order in CounciL
It makes no provision for an appealI
which may be brought under subsection
(2) of the section in a matter which
may have arisen by virtue of additional
jurisdiction conferred by the Court of
Appeal pursuant to this subsection.
This appeal, if it were properly before
this Court, would be one which would
have had' its origin in section 14 (2) of
the 1939 Order in Council.
It was conceded by counsel for the
respondent that the omission in rule 8
would not, by itself, deprive the appel-
lant of his right of appeal, that the
Court would be bound in the interests
of justice so to construe the rule as not
to defeat appellant's right of appeal if
he had one; and that it would be fair
and just to construe the rule as
though the limitation of time for ap-
pealing in this case was governed by
those provisions relating to appeals
brought under, section 14 (1) (b) (c)
and (d) where the 28 day period ap-
plied, and the Court should not apply
the shorter period of 14 days which ap-
plies to appeals brought under section
14 (1) (a) of the Order in Council. The
Court accordingly construed the rule
so as to give the appellant the benefit of
the longer period mentioned in rule 8.
The respondent's counsel contended
that even with the advantage of the ex-
tended period of 28 days, the appeal
was nevertheless still out of time, for,
said he, the decision of the Board was
perfected within the meaning of para-
graph (2) of rule 8 on the 9th day of
April 1962, ,when the Chairman of the
Board caused the award to be filed in
the Supreme Court, and the appellant
had 28 days from that date within
which to bring his appeal, "unless" in.
the words of the rule, "the Judge at
the time of giving the Juudgment or
making the Order at any time subse-
quently not exceeding 30 days shall ex-
*-nd the time". The latest date there-
fore for bringing the appeal was May
7th if no extension of time had been
sought.


It was admitted by the Attorney
General that no extension of time was
sought. The appeal was filed on May
19th and consequently the respondent
contended that it was out of time.
The Attorney General on the other
hand argued that the award of the
Board was only filed on May 4th 1962,
when it was properly typed and copies
distributed to interested parties by the
Registrar, as the Chairman could not
have intended the award to be filed in
-the form in which he handed it to the
Registrar. The Court did not find it-
self able to accept this submission, for
it was of the opinion that when once
the Chairman had read the award,
siglfed it and handed it to the Registrar
for filing, he was functus and there was
nothing left to be done in the matter.
However, the Court required the award
which was filed to be produced for its in-
spection, and it found that it was a pro-
perly and legibly typed award .bearing
the Chairman's signature and there was
nothing in the appearance of the award
which, could- 'possibly support the At-
torney Generaerl's contention that it
could not have been intended to be filed
in the form in which it was handed to
the Registrar. Moreover, if the Attor-
ney General's contention were correct
one would have expected to have found
that the copies, of.the award made by
the Registrar on 4th May 1962, bore the
Chairman's signature, if it were the
Chairman's intention that the copy
which he handed to the Registrar
should not have been filed', but this is
not so. The only copy of -the award
bearing the Chairman's signature is the
one which he caused to be filed in the
Supreme Court and which was inspect-
ed by this Court. This was the award
handed to the Registrar on April 9,
1962, to be filed in the Supreme Court
and this fact is clearly stated in para-
graph 2 of an affidavit by the Regis-
trar sworn on July 20th, 1963.
We are therefore of the opinion that
the respondent's submissions on the
first and second objections succeed. In
the result we are of the opinion that
this Court has no jurisdiction to
entertain this appeal, and that if it did
have jurisdiction, the appeal has been
filed out of time.
The respondent must have the costs
of the hearings before the Board' and
of this appeal.

J. E. FIELD,
President.
P. C. LEWIS.
Iildge.
E. ST. BERNARD.
Judge.










354 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCES ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1948.

It is notified for general information that the Annual 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
Ordinance, No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated hereunder:-


Parish
St. Andrew & St. George

Charlotte

St. David

St. Patrick

The Grenadines (Union Island)

The Grenadines (Bequia)


Time and Place of Session
At the Court House, Kingstown, on
Saturday 7th December, 1963.
At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Monday 16th December, 1963.
At the Court House, Chateaubelair, on
Thursday 19th December, 1963.
At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
Thursday 12th December, 1963.
At the Court House, Clifton, on
Friday 27th December, 1963.
At the Court House, Port Elizabeth, on
Friday 6th December, 1963.


Notices of intention to oppose the grant of any certificate, stating in
general terms the grounds of opposition, must be served upon the applicant
and upon the'Ta, kit rate not later than seven days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Licensing Session.

L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES


Parish


St. Andrew &
St. George












Charlotte




St. Patrick


Names of Applicantsl Occupation


Gideon Knights

W. A. Gibbins

Herman Browne
Bruce Browne
Conrad Hinds

Wilfred Lewis

Conrad Soleyn

Exalie Charles
Ezekiel Glasgow

Wilfred Lavia

Ivan Jacobs


Paul Ballantyne


STailor

Proprietor

Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper

Shopkeeper


Shopkeeper


Residence


Paul's Avenue

Villa

Murray Village
Richmond Hill
Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown
Park
Evesham
Stubbs

Greggs

Lowmans
(Wd.)

Layou


Situation of
Premises

Paul's Avenue,
Kingstown
Halifax Str.,
Kingstown
Murray Village
Richmond Hill
Middle Str.,
Kingstown
Rose Place
Kingstown
Kingstown
Park
Pilgrim Hill
Stubbs

Greggs

Lowmans
(Wd.)

Layou


,L. G. E. K.


Magistrate's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
12th November, 1963.


LEWIS,
Magistrate.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.) 355


POST OFFICE NOTICE,


POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS.

The latest times for closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before
Christmas Day are as follows:-

BY SURFACE MAIL BY AIR MAIL


DESTINATION


GREAT BRITAIN AND
EUROPE
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA

CANADA

BRITISH GUIANA

GRENADA

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ..

WEST INDIES (Other)

INLAND (including
GRENADINES)


Letters and
Prints


November

November

December

December

December

December


26th

16th

6th

7th

14th

14th


December 7th


SLetters and
Parcels Prints


November

November

December

December

December

December

December


25th

15th

5th

7th

14th

14th

6th


December 20th December 20th


December 14th

December 16th

December 10th


December

December

December

December


14th

19th

18th

18th


If suitable opportunities offer, supplementary Christmas mails will be
despatched.

MOULTON V. WILLIAMS,
Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.
1st November, 1963.


ST. VINCENT CO-OPERATIVE
ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

ARROWROOT BOARD NOTICE.

Prices for the 1963/4 Crop have been
fixed as follows:-
Grade 1 .. $17.00 per 100 lbs.
2 $15.50 .. . ,
3 .. $13.75 ,,
Ungraded .. $ 7.50
(of marketable quality)
If it is found possible later a further
payment will be made.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD.

R. L. G. ROACH,
General Manager,
9th November, 1963.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.


It is notified for general information
that, in accordance with Section 22
Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent,
and at the request of Mr. C. H. Layne,
the appointment has been rescinded of
the private bond at the Blue Caribbean
Hotel.


JAMES, H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise.

H.M. Customs,
St. Vincent.
13th November, 1963.










356 SAINT VINCENT, TUE'SDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


TREASUiRY NOTICE.

INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Income Tax Ordinance No. 1/1956", their chattels having
been levied upon will be offered for sale at 11 a.m. on Saturday 30th November,
1963 at the Inland Revenue Department, Kingstown, for the recovery of taxes
due.

P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent;
29th October, 1963.


Name of Owner
or Occupier


Situation of
Property


Description of Property


Six Chairs and one Table.


Kingstown One Blaupunkt Radio.


Sion Hill

Edinboro


SAINT VINCENT

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
A.D. 1962


SUIT No. 67/62
COREA & Co. LTD.
and
ELIJAH JAMES


-Plaintiff

-Defendant


NOTICE is hereby given that on
Saturday the 30th November, 1963
between the hours of 12.00 o'clock noon
and 3.00 p.m. there will be put up for
sale at the Court House in Kingstown
the undermentioned goods and chattels,
the property of the above-named de-
fendant, Elijah James, levied upon by
virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued in the above suit:-
One wooden house with one bedroom,
roof covered with shingles, situated
at Byera Hill.
Dated this 9th day of November,
1963.

I). A. NILES,
Acting Deputy Registrar
Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


One Ford-Squire Van P.1087.

Five Chairs and one Mullard Radio.


SAINT VINCENT

IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT
SECOND DISTRICT

(CivIL JURISDICTION)

SUIT No. 217/63

BETWEEN


ALFRED MCLEAN


ANTHONY ST. JOHN


-Plaintiff


-Defendant


It is notified for general information
that the undermentioned chattel, the
property of the above named defendant,
and 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 30th November, 1963
at 1.30 in the afternoon.

SThat is to say:-

1 Erres Radio

Dated this 28th day of October, 1963.

C. E. A. RAWLE,
Magistrate.

Magistrate's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


Arnos Vale


Hewitt, Sydney

Lee, Percy

Millington, Sydney

Rawlins, Frank














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.) 357


SAINT VINCENT

IN 'THE FIRST DISTRICT
MAGISTRATE'S COURT
KINGSTOWN

(CIVIL JqRISDICTION)

SUIT No. 220/63 (Civil Case Records)
BETWEEN


OSBORNE SPENCE
RO S Do
ROSA DOWNS


-Plaintiff

-Defendant


and 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, Kingstown
6n Saturday 30th November, 1963 at
1.30 in the afternoon.

That is to say:-

1 Singer Sewing Machine

Dated this 28th day of October, 1963.

L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.


It is notified for general information Magistrate's Chambers,
that the undermentioned chattels, the Kingstown,
property of the above named defendant, St. Vincent.
and levied upon by virtue of a Writ of
Seizure and Sale issued in the above
suit, will be put up for sale by Public SAINT VINCENT
Auction at the Court House, Kings-
town on Saturday 30th November, 1963 IN THE SECONI
at 1.30 in the afternoon. i A -ITcrn A mi,


That is to say:-
1 Wega Radio
1 Rocking Chair
1 Morris Chair
1 Centre Table


JVL-AGl J


-T IrAT 1 -J
COLONA]


) DISTRICT
S COURT
RIE


(CIVIL JURISDICTION)

SUIT No. 218/63 (Civil Case Records)


Dated this 28th day of

L. G. E.


October, 1963.
BETWEEN
K. LEWIS,
.AhNIT


Magistrate.


Magistrate's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


SAINT VINCENT

IN THE SECOND DISTRICT
MAGISTRATE'S COURT
MESOPOTAMIA

(CIVIL JURISDICTION)

SUIT No. 221/63 (Civil Case Records)

BETWEEN


PHILBERT THOMAS
vs
ELIJAH JAMES


-Plaintiff

-Defendant


It is notified for general information
that the undermentioned chattel, the
property of the above named defendant,


EL DANDRADE


ELIJAH JAMES


-Plaintiff

-Defendant


It is notified for general information
that the undermentioned chattel, the
property of the above named defendant,
and 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, Kingstown
on Saturday 30th November, 1963 at
1.30 in the afternoon.

That is to say:-

1 Nora Radio

Dated this 28th day of October, 1963.

L. G. E. K. LEWIS,
Magistrate.

Magistrate's Chambers,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE NOTICES.

By Authority of Section 27 Cap. 183 of the Customs Ordinance, 1he undermentioned goods which
have been in the Customs Warehouse for over one (1) year as at 31st October, 1963 will be sold by
Public Auction on Wednesday 18th December, at 1.30 p.m. unless duly cleared or re-warehoused.

JAMES H. D. COX,
Collector of Customs & Excise.


H. M. Customs,
St. Vincent,
1st November, 1963.


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION I.


Date
Ship's Name Ware-
housed


Consignee


Marks


No. and
Numbers Description
of Package


Sunflower 12. 5. 62. W. J. Abbott


Carib Clipper 14. 5. 62. Geo. A. Forde


d 15.
14.
Maple 19.
13.


5.62.
5.62.
5.62.
6.62.


Geest Industries
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.


Carib Clipper 7. 7.62. Geo. A. Forde
Valiente 14. 7. 62. Corea & Co.


Helena
Helicon


Carib Clipper 21.


7.62.
8.62.

8.62.


Carib Clipper 15. 9.62.


K. C. Rogeanes 21.
Federal Palm 29.
Parthenon 1.
Carib Clipper 3.


9.62.
9. 62.
10. 62.
4.62.


Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.
Geo. A. Forde
do.
Geo. A. Forde
do.

W. J. Abbott
Corea & Co. Ltd.
do.
Geo. A. Forde


B.B. 400/1 1 Case Ironware
B.B. 400/49-54 6 Crates Sanitary
Earthenware
George Veira 2 Cases Shoes OR
Clocks
B.B. GD/V29 2 Ctns. Stationery
V.M. 9273/1-3 3 Bales Paper Bags
S A B 2 Ctns. Canned Goods
E W R A 50217 1 Pkg. Air Compressor
Table
C L A 312/5 1 Case Cotton Goods
B. Bank for Reddock 12 Ctns. Kitchen
Utensils etc.
F. B. & Sons 6 Ctns. Milex Milk
B.B. 9566 30 Bales Paper Bags
C & Co. 1 Ctn. Rosing
S. MONICO GAVS 1 Case Spun Rayon
DOMATOUK (EM) 107/61:3 1 Case Cotton Goods
S W C 1 Ctn. Pineapple Juice
L H 1 Case Cotton Piece
Goods
P H V 1 Ctn. Canned Goods
C P 444/111 1 Ctn. Enamel Ware
B B 9698:1-10 10 Bales Paper Bags
N M N N 2 Drums T N K


SECTION II.


Unity 0

Sunvictor
Student
Student
Carib Clipper
Federal Palm
Federal Palm
Ice Pearl

E. M. Tannis
Carib Clipper
Telamon
Brunsbuttel
Federal Palm


18. 5. 62. Royal Bank of
Canada
5. 6.62. Baynes Bros.
13. 6.62. Order
26. 6.62. P. H. Veira
8. 5.62. E. W. Reddock
2. 7.62. Corea & Co. Ltd.

7. 7.62.


7.62.
7.62.
8.62.
8. 62.
9. 62.


Geo. A Forde
Order

Order
John H. Hazell


CPIL


BB
W J A 9361
PH V 100.1
EWR
P Huggins
N/M
R.W.RiS.M.
(St. Georges)
Eveready Diug Store
L. Hewitt
R.P.P. J.H.S. 336
N/M
J.H.H.S. & Co.
C.S.


1 Case Medicines


Ctn.
Ctn.
Case
Ctns.
Loose
Case-
Ctn.

Ctn.
Ctn.
Ctn.
Loose
Ctn.
Case


Matches (Adv.)
Adv. Material
Adv. Matter
Pineapple Juice
Suitcase
Paints
Baby Food

Medical Preps
Apparel
Toilet Paper
Tyres (Used)
Pineapple Juice
Firing Tape
Caps


Geestlan
Doris
Federal
Charis


Contents


















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE SECTION I.-(Contd.)


Date
Ship's Name Ware- Consignee
housed

Prospector 16. 5.62.


Caracas 19.10.62. Lyric Trading Co.
Carib Clipper 23.10. 62. Order

Craftsman 23. 9. 61. John H. Hazell


Federal Maple 30. 9.61.
Carib Clipper 13.10.61.
Federal Maple 27. 11. 61.


Caracas

Caracas
Carib Clipper
Flanders

Carib Clipper
E. M. Tannis
Hcstia
Carib Clipper
Mandalay
St. Michel
Unity O
Elizabeth H.
Schutte


do.
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Order


9. 9.62. O. D. Brisbane


9.62.
9.62.
7. 62.


28.10. 62.
14. 1.61.
16. 5.62.
26. 8.61.
26.10. 61.
31.10.61.
1. 11.61.
18.11.61.


Order
W. J. Abbott

Hadley Bros.
Order
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Orange Hill Est.
Order
Corea & Co. Ltd.
Order


Federal Maple 27. 11. 61. Corea
Geestland 8.12.61. Bayne
F. S. Elizabeth 4.12.61. Order
Caracas 9.12.61. E. D.
Biographer 9.12.61. John
Carib Clipper 5. 1.62. Georg
Carib Clipper 5. 1.62.
Carib Clipper 5. 1.62.
Karl Christian 3. 2. 62. Order
Carib Clipper 7. 2.62. Order
Carib Clipper 7. 2.62.
Federal Maple 9. 2.62.
Richwill 3. 3.62.
Successor 23. 3.62.
Successor 23. 3.62.
Valiente 24. 3.62. Order
Federal Maple 2. 4.62.
Caracas 2. 5. 62. Order


& Co. Ltd.
s Bros.

Layne
H. Hazell
e Forde


No. and
Numbers Description
of Package


C.L.A.
C.L.A.

Lyric
G.A.V. (S.A.
MONICO)
B.B.


B.B.
G.A.V.
Marion Conliffe


O.D.B.

B.B.
W.J.A.
W.J.A.


Hadley Bros.
N. Adams
H.S.
N.M.
C.A.F.
S & Co.
S. G. Co.
J.C.I.B.

J.C.I.B.
E.W.R.A.
B.B.
R. G. Smith
E.D.L.
E.D.L.
J.L.
Standard Grocery
E.D.L. & Co.
R. St.
F.D.
E.D.L. & S
A.C.C.
Crichton
E.W.R.A.
E.W.
F.J.D.
C & Co.
Samco


Contents


6 Rolls Paper
1 Ctn. Paper
Dispenser
1 Case Crackers
34, 35 2 Cases Rayon Goods

21 Loose Pitch Feline
Pipes
2 Bdls. Soil Pipes
4 Ctns. Stoves
2 Cases Personal
Effects
14 1 Ctn. Gas Range
Repairs
1 Ctn. Juice
1 Ctn. Labels
3 Ctns. Grapefruit
Juice
1 Pkg. Paints
1 Ctn. Used Clothing
171 10 Ctns. Glassware
1 Piece Machinery
1 Case Machinery
1961 1 Ctn. Adv. Material
1 Ctn. Soap
10 Ctns. Beer

1 Ctn. Adv. Matter
1 Ctn. Milk
1 Ctn. Adv. Matter
1 Ctn. Tiles
3 Ctns. Glass
1 Ctn. Confectionery
1 Ctn. Pears
1 Ctn. Toilet Paper
1 Ctn. Shoes
292 1 Case Adv. Material
36862 1 Bale Merchandise
1 Ctn. Shoes
1 Bag Fittings
1 Ctn. Merchandise
1 Case Adv. Matter
1 Case Adv. Matter
1 Ctn. Adv. Material
1 Bag Milk
1 Ctn. Adv. Material


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360 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER, 1963.-(No. 62.)


BAGGAGE ROOM.


Consignee


Marks


No. &
Nos. Description
of Package


Declared
COntents


J. H. Hazell & Sons


Hadley Bros.
Cave Shepherd
E. W. Reddock
F. J. DeNobriga
L. C. Johnson
Reliance Pharmacy

Arnold Gagadhar
C. G. O. King
C.P.I.L. Pharmacy
J. H. Hazell

Mable Roberts
Lyric Theatre
Lyric Theatre
Lyric Theatre
Lyric Trading Co.
Adams Bros.
E. W. Reddock


124565
321877
582417
87922
2135065
2930375

329986
333537
330177
333752

2253895
333887
333886
333885
2274161
9437024
1777423


2 Pkgs.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
2 Pkgs.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.

1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.

1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.
1 Pkg.


Merchandise
Shirts
Samples
Samples
Samples
Pharmaceuti-
cals
Samples
Auto Parts
Medicines
Metal Manu-
facture
Merchandise
Films
Films
Films
Piston & Rings
Auto Spares
Samples


LIST OF ARTICLES IN SECTION ONE OF THE CUSTOMS (UNCLAIMED


& UNRECORDED) WAREHOUSE FOR OVER ONE
AS AT 31ST OCTOBER, 1963.


(1) YEAR


Quantity
Marks Numbers and Declared Contents
Description


1 Ctn.
1 Crate
3 Bags
4 Ctns.
20 Loose
1 only
21 Loose
6 Btls.
1 Ctn.
32 Ctns.


Glassware
Sanitary Earthenware
Laundry Soap
Laundry Soap
Waiter Trays
Bed Spring
Mirrors
Vinegar
C C Mel Chocolate Drink
Orange & Grapefruit Juice


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance


4. 62. Plane
6.62.
6.62.
7.62.
8.62.
8. 62.


8.62.
9.62.
9.62.
9.62.


14. 8.62.
17. 9.62.
17. 9.62.
17. 9.62.
27.10 62.
11.11.62.
20.11. 61.


B (6) B
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM


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