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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

(EXTRAORDINARY.)


Inblisheb hn nuthbritu.


VOL. 102.] SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 1969.--(No. 76).


GOVERNMENT


NOTICES.


No. 400.
THE


HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS)
REGULATIONS, 19C9.


As provided by Regulation 6 of the Ilous Assembly (Registration of
Electors) Regulations No. 45 of 1969, the undernientioned persons have been
appointed as Registration Officers and Assistant Registration Officers:-

REGISTRATION OFFICERS.


Name of Officer


Constituency


Mr. Lawrence Broreton
Mr. Alban He'1ry
Mr. A. L. Mandeville
Mr. Egbert Samuel
Mr. E. Richardson
Mr. G. P Dougan,
Mr. R. Bascombe
Mr. Adeline John
Mrs. Lucille Eustace
Mrs. Alice Sutherland
Mr. G. V Douglis
Mr. Henry Moir
Mr. A. V. LIewi'


North Wirldward
North Central Windward
South Central Wi'ndward
South Windward
Marriaqua
East St. Georige
West St. 'George
East Kingstow'i'
West Kingstown
South Ireew ': rd
Central LIeer-;'rd
North Leeward
Grenadine.


Georgetown
Georgetown
howilmans Wd.
Biabou
Mesopotamia
Calliaqua
Sion Hill
Kinglw! 'ib Park
Edinboro
Ij(owmans

Chateaubelair
IUniio't Island


Address


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432 SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76).


ASSISTANT REGISTRATION OFFICERS.

Name of Officer Constituency Address


Mr. Pame4us Burke
Mr. Charles Beste
Mr. Errol Baynes
Mr. J. Graves
Mr. Alphonso Lewis
Mr. (. II. Jack
Mr. Ausiirn Nur.-e
Mr. F A. Cuffy
Mrs. Gwendolyn Lewis
Miss O. Stephe'rs
Mr. Conrad Francis
Mr. J. Daniel
Mr. Co.snmis Cozier


North Wt'award
North Central Windward
South Central Wi'ndward
South Windward
Marriaqua
East St. George
West St George
East Kingstow'n
We' t Kingstown
South Leewai d
Cerrtral Leeward
North Leeward
G renadines


Owia
Colonarie
Diamond
Stubbs
Richla'nd Park
Ratho Mill
Belair
Richmond Hill
Montrose
Chauncy
Barrouallie
Troumaca
Bequia


G F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.
2i'd December, 1969.

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.

1. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH WINDWARD:

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polli'g Division No. 1. (Fancy-Owia).


Coastline from West Point to Acayu River forming the south-
ern boundary of Owia Estate.

Along this River (Acayu River just behind the Sandy Bay
School) to source, then to central ridge.
Central ridge to West Point.
Polling Division No. 2. (Sandy Bay) North.
Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 1.
The Cayo River.
1)y the sea.
Central Ridge to starting point.
Polling Division No. 3. (South Sandy Bay).
The Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 2.
The Noel River to the Central Ridge.
By the sea.
...... The Central Ridge to starting point.


North
&
East
South

West


North
South
East
West

North
South
East
West








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Polli'ng Division No. 4. (Overland-Tourama-
Orange Hill-Waterloo).
North Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 3.
East Coastline to Rabacca River.
South Rabacca River to Central Ridge.
West Central Ridge to starting point.

Polling Division No. 5. (Langley Park-Chapmans Village
-Basin Hole).
North By the Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 4.
East Along coastline from Rabacca River to Langley Park River
thence southward along Windward Highway to first estate
road.
South Along estate road to Langley Park River, thence along river
to Central Ridge.
West Central Ridge.

Polling Division No. 6. (Mt. Bentinck Bay Road-
Mt. Bentinck).
North Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 5.
East Along coastline from Langley Park River to boundary of Mr.
Reginald Bailey's property.
South Southern boundary of Bay Road Village, thence along the
& Mt. Bentinck Road to the northwestern boundary of Caratal,
West thence to the Georgetown River, thence along the Georgetown
River and the Southern boundaries of Mt. Bentinck Estate to
the Central Ridge.

Polling Division No. 7. (Obriens-Dicksons).
North Southern Boundary of Mt. Bentinck Estate to junction with
Georgetown River, thence along the Georgetown River to
Bridge.
East From bridge along Roseneat boundary to Grand Sable estate,
& thence along the Northern boundary of Grand Sable estate to
South Central Ridge.
West Central Ridge to starting point.

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.

2. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH CENTRAL WINDWARD.
POLLING DIVISIONS.
Polling Division No. 1. (Caratal-Chili-Roseneat Cottage-Spring Vil-
lage (including Montague House))








434 SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76).


North By portion of Southern boundary of North Windward.
&
West
East By coastline from iron B1421 to Georgetown River.
South Georgetown River to Chili boundary thence South along the
eastern boundary to Chili to Grand Sable Estate.

Polling Division No. 2. (Georgetown) North.
North Portion of the Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 1.
(Georgetown River to Back Street)
West Alo'ng Back Street to junction with Market Street.
South Along Market Street to the Sea.
East By the sea to starting point.

Polling Division No. 3. (South Georgetown-
Corbeau-town-Grand Sable)
North .. The Southern boundaries of Polling Division Nos. 1 and 2.
East By coastline from Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 2
to mouth of Grand Sable River.
South Along the Grand Sable River to Central Ridge.
West Central Ridge.

Polling Division No. 4. (Grand Sable (South)--
Chester Cottage-Byrea)
North The Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 3.
South The Byrea River.
East The sea from mouth of Grand Sable River to mouth of Byrea
River.
West The Central Ridge.

Polling Division No. 5. (Mt. William-Mangrove-
Gorse-Colonarie).
North The Southern boundary of Polltng Division No. 4.
East Sea Coast to Colonarie River.
South ... Colonarie River to Three Rivers Estate boundary.
West The Eastern boundary of Three Rivers Estate to Byera River.
Polling Division No. 6. (Three Rivers-South Rivers)
North The Byera River.
East Western boundary of Polling Division No. 5.
South Park Hill to Colonarie River thence along the river to Central
Ridge.
West Central Ridge to Grand Bonhomme.

Polling Division No. 7. (Park Hill) East

North From the point where the Colonarie Road divides into Park
Hill Road and South Rivers Road thence along the Park Hill
Road westward to its junction with the road leading to the
Park Hill tunnel.
East Western boundary of Belle Vue.
South From a point due north on the Northern boundary of South
& C&ttral Windward and in a straight line to the Western
West boundary of Belle Vue, thence along the Belle Vue/Park Hill








SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76). I5


Road north westward and continuing to where the road from
MEMBER juiois the Park Hill Road thence in a 'northerly
direction along the Park Hill Road to its junction with the
road leading to the. tunnel.

Polling Division No. 8. (Park Hill) West
'North Colonarie River and South Rivers Allotments.
East Western boundary of Polli'ng Division No. 7.
South The ridge forming the northern boundary of Diamond and
Lively.
West The Colonarie River.

Polling Divisio'de No. 9. (Friendly Village-Belle Vue).
North Colonarie River to Belle Vue Estate boundary.
East Sea coast from mouth of Colonarie River to Mt. Grennanh
River.
South Mt. Grennan River to Belle Vue Estate boundary.
West Western boundary of Belle Vue Estate to Colonarie River.


THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the IIouse of A :scmbly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F JACK,
Sutpcrvis:,r of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.


3. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH CENTRAL WINDWARD

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Mt. Grennan-Diamond (east)-Sans Souci).
North The southern boundary of North Central Windward from the
mouth of the Mt. Grennan River to the point where the Diamond
branch Road joins the Mt. Grennan Road.
East From mouth of AMt. Grennan River along the sea coast to Sans
Souci Estate boundary.
South Sans Souci Estate boundary to ridge between Sans Souci and
New Grounds.
West From a point where the Sans Souci Estate boundary crosses the
Windward Highway and northwards along the highway to where
the Diamonds Road branches off thence easterly along the Dia-
mond Road and northerly along its branch to its junction with
Mt.,Grennnan Road.
Polling Division No. 2 (Diamond (west) and Lively).
North Portion of southern boundary of North Central Windward.
East ...... By the Western boundary of Polling Division No. 1.





436 SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76).


South The Camacribou River.
West By part of Colonarie River.
Polling Division No. 3. (New Adelphi-New Grounds-Chapmans (north).
North The southern boundaries of Polling Divisions Nos 1 and 2.
East From Sans Souci Estate boundary along the sea coast to a point
due west and in a straight line to where the New Grounds Road
meets the Windward Highway, thence along the middle of the
New Grounids Road to the Chapmans Road thence along the
,,iitre of tihe Chapmans Road to a point due west on the Colon
arie River.
West By part of the Colonarie River.
Polling Division No. 4. (Chapmans (south)-North Union).
North The Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 3.
East From a point on the sea coast where the Eastern boundary of
Polling Division No. 3 ends and along the coast to the mouth
of the North Union River.
South Along the North Union River from its mouth up the Chapmans
River in a straight line to Colonarie River.
West By part of the Colonarie River.
Polling Division No. 5. (Higher Lowmans-Lauders).
North The Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 4.
South From Chapmans River to the river between Greggs and Lauders.
and
East
West The River between: Greggs and Lauders, a straight line to
Colonarie River.
Polling Division No. 6. (South Union-Hadley's).
North By North Union River.
East Along the sea coast from mouth of North Union River to mouth
ol South (Union River.
South By Northern boundary of South Windward.
West By Eastern boundary of Polling Division No. 8.
Polling Division No.7. (Lowmans).
North The North Union River.
East From a point on the southern bank of the North Union River
and in a straight line southwards to a gap on the Lowmans Road
separating Hadley's from Lowmans and then south westerly in
a straight line to the Northern Boundary of South Windward.
South By the Northern boundary of South Windward.
West By river between Greggs and Lauders.
Polling Division No. 8. (Greggs).
North Colonarie River and a straight line to Grand Bonhomme.
and
West
East The Western boundary of Polling Division No. 5.
South The Northern boundaries of Marriaqua and South Windward.

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.
Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,
21st November, 1969.








SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76). 437

4. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH WINDWARD

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Cedars-Massey-Bridgetown).
North Part of the southern boundary of South Central Windward.
East The sea coast from mouth of South Union River to point of
ridge separating Bridgetown from Biabou.
West Portion of eastern boundary of Marriaqua.
South The ridge separating Biabou from Bridgetown on to the southern
boundary of Massey to the Simons/Greggs Byeway.

Polling Division No. 2. (Biabou-Adelphi).
North Part of the southern boundary of Polling Division No. 1.
East The, sea.
South The ridge between Biabou and Spring.
West The western boundary of Biabou and Adelphi.

Polling Division No. 3. (Simons-New Prospect).
North Part of the southern boundary of Polling Division No. 1.
East The western boundary of Polling Division No 2.
South The watershed between Galway and Spring Rivers from the
boundary with Biabou to New Prospect Road.
West Part of the eastern boundary of Marriaqua.

Polling Division No. 4. (Spring-Peruvia'n Vale-
Escape-Yambou).
North The southern boundaries of Polling Divisions Nos. 2 and 3.
East The sea from Adelphi to Yambou River mouth.
South The Yambou River.
West Part of the eastern boundary of Marriaqua.

Polling Division No. 5. (Argyle-Mt. Pleasant-
Rescue-Bonhomme).
North Yambou River.
East Sea from mouth of Yambou River to boundary of Mt. Pleasant
and Stubbs.
South From Ben Bridge along the Windward Highway to boundary
of Stubbs and Mt. Pleasant thence along this boundary to the
sea.
West From Ben Bridge along boundary between Calder and Akers
on one hand and Bonhomme, Rescue, and Mt. Pleasant and
Argyle on the other hand and on to the Yambou River.

Polling Division No. 6. (Calder-Akers).
North By portion of the Yambou River and portion of the eastern
and boundary of Marriaqua.
West
South By boundary between Calder and Belmont to stream a'nd along
stream to Ben Bridge.
East The western boundary of Polling Division No 5.

Polliig Division No. 7. (Upper Stubbs-Victoria Village).
North Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 6 from boundary
and between Calder and Belmont to Ben Bridge thence alone the
East Windward Highway to boundary between Stubbs and King's
Hill.







438 SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76).


South From this point around King's Hill thence along Windward
Highway of junction with Carapan Byeway thence northwards
along the eastern boundary of East St. George to starting
point.

Polling Division No. 8. (Lower Stubbs-Diamond).
North Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 5 and the Wind-
ward Highway.
East By the sea from the boundary of Stubbs and Mt. Pleasant to
and the mouth of the Ribishi River then west northwest along the
South eastern boundary of East St. George to Windward Highway.
West Portion of the eastern boundary of East St. George along
Windward Highway.


THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.

5. CONSTITUENCY OF MARRIAQUA.

POLLING DIVISIONS.
Polling Division No. 1. (Mesopotamia- Cane End -Sayers
-Jackson Pasture-Dumbarton,).
North From Trig. point 350 vs on the Sayers Hill Ridge west in a
and straight line across the Lenga River to a point where the road
West to Richland Park b inches from the New Prospect/Hopewell
Road and along the latter road to the Methodist Church thence
to the Caruth Bridge along the Cane End Road to the Carriere
River.
South Carriere River to DaCosta's Bridge down the Yambou River
to a point where part of the western boundary of South Wind-
ward crosses the river along the C.D.C. power line.
East Part of the western boundary of South Windward from Trig.
point 350vs southwards to the junction of the Yambon Bye-
pass and the road to Pasture.

Polling Division No. 2. (Lower Richland Park-Hopewell-
Gaskill-Simpsons).
North Part of the southern boundary of South Central Wi'ndward
from GrandBonhomme to Trig. Point 5vs due east.
East Portion of the western boundary of South Windward from
Trig. point 5vs on Moroon Hill southwards to Trig. point
350vs on Sayers Ridge.
South From Trig. point 350vs in a straight line west to junction of
,and :Richland 'Perk iRoad -and ,Hopewell/New Prospect Road up
West Richland Park to DaSilva's shop along the byeway to the Zenga
River up the river to starting point.







SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76). 439


Polling Division No. 3. (Central Richland Park).
North The southern and western boundaries of Polling Divisio'n No. 2.
and
East
South Along the Richland Park Road from DaSilva's shop northwest-
and wards to junction of byeway to Monkey Hill and the, Richland
West Park Road in from Lewis's house and along this byeway to
Zenga River.

Polling Division No. 4. (Upper Richland Park-
Montreal-Kelly).
North The western and southern boundaries of Polling Divisions Nos.
and 3 and 2 to Methodist Church.
East
South From Methodist Church to Caruth Bridge up the Teviot River
and to Grand Bonhomme.
West

Polling Division No. 5. (Freeland-Farm-Caruth).
North The western boundaries of Polling Division Nos. 3 and 4.
and
East
South The northern boundary of Polling Division No. 1 thence up the
and Carriere River to the western boundary of Farm thence north
West to southern tributary of Teviot River.

Polling Division No. 6. (Golden Grove-Forty Acres-
Mt. Pleasant Mountain).
North The western and southern, boundaries of Polling Divisions Nos.
and i and 5.
East
South The Carriere River to Central Ridge.
West Central Ridge.

Polling Division No. 7. (Carriere-Collins-Carapan-
Mt. Rileys).
North The southern boundaries of Polling Divisions Nos. 5 and 6 to
junction of Carriere and Collins Rivers.
East
South Up Collins River to Northern boundary of West St. George.
West Eastern boundary of West St. George.

Polli'n'g Division No. 8. (Evesham-Eyry Hill).
North Part of the southern boundary of Polling Division No. 7 from
a point on the eastern boundary of West St. George opposite
Pilgrim Hill to bridge over Collins River.
East From Collins Bridge along byeway to Evesham Road along short
piece of Evesham Road thence along track on eastern bound-
ary of Anglican Cemetary up the ridge to New Wall at John's
land at Belmo'nt.
South The northern boundary of Polling Division No. 9.
West Part of the eastern boundary of West St. George.

Polling Division No. 9. (Evesham Vale-La Croix).
North The southern boundaries of Polling Divisions Nos. 7 and 1 from
Collins Bridge to DaCosta's Bridge.
South Part of northern boundary of East St. George and part of the
and western boundary of South Windward.
East
West ...... Parts of eastern boundaries of West St. George and Polling
Division No. 8.







440 SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76).


THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.

6. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST ST. GEORGE

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Glamorgan-McCarty, Joseph's
Land, Carapan-Enhams-Rivulet, Southwood).
North Along the southern boundaries of Whim, Belmont and Calder.
East By portion of the western boundary of South Windward Con-
stituency.
South The northern boundaries of Brighton, Belvedere and Harmony
and Hall and the eastern boundaries of Glen and Fairhall.
West

Polling Division No 2. (Belmont-Upper Fairhall, Whim).
North Partly by portion of the eastern boundary of West St. George
and partly by portion of the southern boundary of Marriaqua.
East By the western boundaries of Calder, Glamorgan and South-
wood.
South By crossroad forming the northern boundary of Fountain.
West By the eastern boundary of Lower Fair Hall from Crossroad
to boundary with West St. George and along this boundary
back to starting point.

Polling Division No. 3. (Brighton-Belvedere-Ribishi-
Harmony Hall-Choppins).
North By the southern boundaries of Rivulet and Diamond Estates
and by the Ribishi River.
South By the sea.
and
East
West By the eastern boundaries of Prospect and Glen.

Polling Division No. 4. (Prospect-Ratho Mill).
North By Calliaqua-Golden Vale-Harmony Hall-Belvedere.
and
West
East By Brighton Estate.
South By the sea.

Polling Division No. 5. (Calliaqua).
North ......By the boundaries of the Town of Calliaqua.
and
East





SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76). 441


South By the .sef.
West By the Calliaqua River.

Polling Division No. 6 (Golden Vale, Glen, Lower Fairhall).
North By Fountain and Upper Fairhall.
East Ribishi, Harmony IHall and Rathomill.
South By the northern boundary of Polling Division No. 5 and by the
sea.
West By Villa.

Polling Division No. 7. (Villa including Indian Bay
and Rose Cottage).
North By Greathead and Glen.
and
West
East By Glen and Calliaqua.
South By the sea.

Polling Division No. 8. (Fountain, Greathoad-Belair East).
North By the southern boundary of Polling Division No. 2.
East By Fairhall and Villa.
South Partly by the sea and partly by the northern boundary of
Polling Division No. 7.
West By eastern bahundary of West St. George.



THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provision's of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.
G. F JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.


7. CONSTITUENCY OF WEST ST. GEORGE

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Fairbairn Pasture, Ashburton, Gomea),
North Portion of the south western boundary of Marriaqua and part
and of the Western boundary of East St. George.
East
South Portion of the Western boundary of East St. George.
West Along the Warrawarrou River to the Conliffe Bridge, thence
along the road to Pilgrim Hill.

Polling Division No. 2. (Kilburney, Welcome, Dauphine, Meek).
North Portion of the Western boundary of Marriaqua and the Western
and boundary of Polling Division No. 1 from Conliffe Bridge to Pil-
East grim Hill.
South From Conliffe Bridge along the Warrawarrou River to source
and thence to Mt. St. Andrew.
West







442 SAINT VINCENT. SATURDAY. 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76).


Polling Division No 3. (Belair).
North Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 2.
East Western boundary of Polling Division No. 1 from Conliffe Bridge
to Cane Hall.
South Eastern boundary of Cane Hall.

Polling Division No. 4. (Cane Hall-Arnos Vale).
North Western boundary of Polling Division No. 3 and boundary be-
and twcen East and West St. George.
East
South By the sea.
West lBoundary between Arnos Vale and Cane Hall on one hand and
Sion Hill and Dorsetshire Hill on the other.

Polling Division No. 5. (Dorsetshire Hill, Orange Grove, Clayton).
North Western boundary of Polling Division No. 2 from Mt. St. An-
drtw to Belair.
East We.,stern boundaries of Polling Divisions Nos. 3 and 4 from the
Warrawarrou River to boundary with Arnos Vale Estate.
South Ridge forming the northern boundary of Sion Hill Estate.
West Portion of the eastern boundary of East Kingstown along the
Dorsetshire Hill Byeway from school to Millars Ridge, thence
in a straight line to Mt. St. Andrew.

Polling Division No. (Upper Sion Hill Estate and Richmond Hill).
North The southern boundary of Polling Division No. 5.
East Western boundary of Arnos Vale, Windward Highway and
and along the Windward Highway to Sion Hill Market.
South
West Portion of the Eastern boundary of East Kingstown.

Polling Division No. (Sion Hill (north)-Kingstown Hill & Quarry).
North From Ash's Corner along Kingstown Hill Road to Sion Hill at
corner opposite Clarke's shop.
East From Clarke's Corner along the Sion Hill Byeway, thence along
and paved track to byeroad opposite Mr. McRichard's house, thence
South along ridge to Cane Garden Road near the cliff thence over the
cliff to the sea.
West Along sea coast under the cliff to large drain at Rum Band thence
along the East Kingstown boundary to Ash's Corner.

Polling Division No. 8 (Sion Hill (south).
North From C!arke's Corner along the Sion Hill Byeway, thence along
paved track to Byeroad opposite Mr. Mac Richard's house to
the Cane Garden Road.
West The Byeway next to Mr. John Laborde's residence to the sea.
South The sea.
East The boundary between Sion Hill and Arnos Vale Estate from
Windward Highway to the Sea.

Polling Division No. 9 (Cane Garden).
North From Cane Garden Road near its junction with McRichards
By':way along the ridge next to Barclays Bank House, along this
ridge to the sea near to Dr. Gunn Munroe's house.
South The sea coast around Cane Garden Point.
and
West
East ...... The western boundary of Polling Division No. 8.







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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,

21st November, 1969.

8. CONSTITUENCY OF EAST KINGSTOWN.
POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Granby-Long Wall).
North From New Customs Wharf along Sharpe Street thence along
Granby Street, thence along Windward Highway to Hopley's
Corner.
East Western boundary of West St. George from Ash's Corner thence
and along road to Long Wall where London Road meets Upper Long
South Lane Road down gulley to the sea behind rum bond.

West By the sea coast to starting point.
Polling Division No. 2. (Frenches).
North From Hopley's Corner along circular road to Kirby's Corner
thence along road to Bute's Corner and along road to Sally
Spring Road, thence along the road to Murray Road.
East From junction of Sally Spring Road along Murray Road to
junction with Kingstown Hill Road.
South Along Kingstown Hill Road from Sion Hill to Ash's Corner.
West From Ash's Corner along Kingstown Hill Road to starting
point at Hopley's Corner.
Polling Division No. 3. (French's and Murray Roads).
North From Hopley's Corner along Murray Road to junction with
Sally Spring Road.
South Northern boundary of Polling Division No. 2.

Polling Division No. 4. (Murray Village-Paul Over-Rockies).
North Western boundary of West St. George from Murray Road to
and Millars Ridge.
East
South Murray Road from Sally Spring to entrance to Murray Village
Road.
West Murray Village Road to Millars Ridge.

Polling Division No. 5. (McKie's Hill-Buckhorn-Richmond Hill).
North From Forrester's Corner along Murray Road thence along the
and Murray Village Road to Millars Ridge thence in a straight line
East with Mt. St. Andrew to ridge overlooking Kingstown Park.

South A line following the old Kingstown boundary opposite French's
Gate to the Grammar School Byeway, thence along the Grammar
School Byeway following the footpath below Mrs. Gunn's pro-
perty to McKies Hill Road.







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West From Junction of footpath and McKie's Hill Road along McKie's
Hill Road to top of McKies Hill thence along byeway up the
ridge overlooking Kingstown Park (including all houses on the
ridge) up this ridge to starting point.
Polling Division No. 6. (Halifax and Grenville Streets-Melville Street (East)
-Bay Street-Granby St. (South)-Sharpe St. (West).

North From Joseph's Corner to Seventh Day Adventist Church.
East By Sharpe Street.
South The sea from New Warehouse to Hazell's Wharf.
West Melville Street.

Polling Division No. 7. (Paul's Lot-St. James-White Chapel).
North From junction of Park Villa and Kingstown Park roads along
the southern boundary of Kingstown Park, along the northern
boundary of Power Station Compound to McKie's Hill Road,
thence along McKie's Hill Road to Murray Road, thence along
Murray Road to Grammar School Byeway.
East Along Grammar School Byeway to Egmont Street thence to
Halifax Street.
South Along Halifax street to Melville Street.
West In a northerly direction along Paul's Avenue and Kingstown
Park Road to starting point.

Polling Divii'on NM. 8. (Upper Kingstown Park-Green Hill-Redemption).
North Partly by portion of the western boundary of West St. George
and and partly by Polling Division No. 5.
East
South From the junction near Leon Clarke's residence at Upper
Kingstown Park along the road leading westwards to the eastern
boundary of West Kingstown and eastward along the road and
thence in a straight line to tie western boundary of Polling
Division No. 5.
West By eastern boundary of West Kingstown.
Polling Division No. 9. Kingstown Park (Southeast).
North Part ot the southern boundary of Polling Division No. 8.
East Part of Western boundary of Polling Division No. 5.
South Nortnern boundary or polling Division No. 7.
West K ingstown Parlk loaui rom Uis junlcton witn Paul's Avenue
and Newtown Village Roads to southern boundary of Poling
ulvision Ao. d.

rolling Division No. 10. Kingstown Park (southwest).
North Part of the southern boundary of foling Division No. 8.
East The Western boundary of Polling Division No. 9.
South .., Northern boundary of oillng Division Nio.
West Part of the eastern boundary of West Kingstown.

Polling Division No. 11. (North River Road-St. George's Place-Park Villa).
North From bridge over right tributary of Kingstown North River on
the Newtown k village Road and along the Newtown Village
Road in a southerly direction and then easterly and southerly
to its junction with the Paul's Avenue/Kingstown Park Road.
East From this point southwards along the latter road to its junction
with Grenville Street.
South Along Grenville Street to a point in the centre of the bridge
over kingstown North River at S.P.C.K. Bookshop.
West .... Along river northwards to starting point.






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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.

21st November, 1969.


9. CONSTITUENCY OF WEST KINGSTOWN

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Road to Leeward-Bentinck Square-Higginson
Street-Melville Street (north).
North By Cemetery Road from Cemetery Gate on road to Edinboro to
its junction with Chapman Street.
East Along Chapman Street eastward to its junction with road to
and Leeward thence along a straight line passing north of the
South Rectory and leading to road immediately east of Victoria Park
thence along this road eastward to centre of Peebles Bridge
over the Kingstown North River thence south and east along
East Kingstown western boundary to the sea.

West Sea coast from Hazell's Wharf to mouth of North River, up
river to bridge at Tyrell Street and along Tyrell Street west
to starting point.

Polling Division No. 2. (Rose Place).
North Road to Edinboro, terminating at Battery Hill.
East Portion of western boundary of Polling Division No. 1 along
Tyrell Street and Road to Edinboro.
South Kingstown North River.
West Sea Coast.
Polling Division No. 3. (Stoney Ground including Nurses' Hostel-Botanical
Gardens-Lower Old Motrose, Lago Heights).
North By Central Ridge.
East By Kingstown North River to its source.
South By northern boundary of Polling Division No. 1.
West Leeward Highway from Chapman Street to Gibson Corner.

Polling Division No. 4 (New Montrose (South)-Monkey Hill-Cemetery Hill
-Battery Hill.)
North From Battery Hill along ridge overlooking Montrose to join
straight line running from top of Webb Street.
East From junction of Webb Street and Road to Leeward along
Webb Street continuing in a straight line to ridge.
South By Leeward Highway.
West Partly by Polling Division No. 1 and Polling Division No. 8.

Polling Division No. 5 (New Montrose (North)-Gibson-Walker Piece-
Gun Hill.)
North Portion of the southern boundary of South Leeward Constituency
easterly to track above Lago Heights.





446 SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1369.-(No. 76).


East From this point along a track to Lago Heights Road thence in
and a straight line north of Government House to Leeward Highway
South thence along Highwayto junction with Webb Street.

West By eastern boundary of Polling Division No. 4.

Polling Division No. 6. (Liberty Lodge (Lower)-Newtown Village).
North From a point at the deep bend of the Kingstown North River
at JLago Heights due east in a straight line to junction of Lodge
Village/Redemption Sharpes Roads and continuing eastward to
tl western boundary of East Kingstown.
East By portion of the Western boundary of East Kingstown.
South b.y ('ld Montrose/Newtown Village Road from centre of bridge
over Kingstown North River east of Montrose Old Works to
western boundary of East Kingstown on the Newtown Village
Bridge.
West Dy Kingstown North River from bridge near to Montrose Old
Works to starting point.

Polling Division No. (Liberty Lodge and Old Montrose Upper-Bow Wood).
North By portion of the Western boundaries of West St. George and
and East Xingstown.
East
South Partly by the northern boundary of Polling Division No. 3 and
Polling Division No. 6.
West Portion of the southern boundary of South Leeward Constitu-
ency.

Polling Division No. 8. (Edinboro-Fort Charlotte-Cox Heath-Ottlel Hall).
North By portion of the southern boundary of South Leeward Con-
stituency.
East We\'stern boundary of Polling Division No. 3.
South By the sea from Battery Hill point to Ottley Hall headland.
and
West



THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provision's of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.
G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.

10. CONSTITUENCY OF SOUTH LEEWARD.

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Pembroke)
North By the Buccament River and the sea.
and
West
East .... By a southern tributary of the Buccament River running be-
tween Hog Hole and New Penniston.








SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76). 447


South TRilan Hill Ridge.

Polling Division No. 2. (Dubois-New Penniston).
North By the Buccamnet River.
East By a southern tributary of the Buccament River running be-
tween Dubois and Retreat.
South Ridge from Rilland Hill leading to Mt. St. Andrew.
West By eartern boundary of Polling Division No. 1.

Polling Division No. 3. (Table Rock-Francois-Retieat
-Vermont (East).
North By portion of the southern boundary of Central Leeward.
and
West
East By Central 'Ridge.
South By line from Mt. St. Andrew along watershed to line forming
Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 2.

Polling Division No. 4. (iillan Hill-Clare Valler).
North Fiom Rillaihd Hill albng ridge to the sea.
South By Clare Valley Stream to junction with Polling Division
and No. 2.
East
West By the sea.

Polling Divisioia No. 5. (Questelles).
North By Clare Valley to Questelles Byeway alidfl byeway to Lee-
ward Highway, along Leeward Highway to boundary with
Camden Park.
East By boundary with Camden Park to the sea.
and
'South
West 'y tlie sea.

Po!lin Di '.ion No. 6. (Chauncey)
northh By Polling Division Nio. 4.
and
VWest
East Br honnrlary with Camden Park froh Leeward Highwty to
watershed.
South By northern bound lir ot 'PtoHing dTiMilidh .No. 5.

Polling Division No. 7. (Camden Park).
North By watershed from southern boundary of Polling Division
No. 3.
South .. By oi-k River.
and
East
West By the sea and Polling Divisioh No. 5.

Polling Division No. 8. (Lowmans).
North By York River.
East The western boundary of West Kingstown.
and
South
West ...... By the sea.







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THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provision's of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F. JACK,

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.

11. CONSTITUENCY OF CENTRAL LEEWARD.

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Barrouallie (East)-Keartons-Wallilabou-Grove).
North Southern boundary of North Leeward Constituency from Petite
Anse Bay to Central Ridge.
East Central Ridge.
South From source of Barrouallie River to centre of bridge on the
Leeward Highway near to gasolene station at Barrouallie.
West Leeward Highway from centre of bridge near to gasolene station
in a northerly direction then westerly at boundary between
Gabriel and Kearton's to southern point at Kearton's Bay
thence along sea coast to starting point.

Polling Division No. 2. (Barrouallie (West)-Gabriel.)
North By western boundary of Polling Divisions No. 1 and No. 3.
South By northern boundary of Polling Division No. 3 from Leeward
Highway along street leading to Ash's business place and the sea.
West By the sea.

Polling Division No. 3. (Barrouallie (South)-Glebe-Reversion-Three Akers.
-Peters Hope.
North By southern boundaries of Polling Divisions No. 1 and No. 2.
East By Central Ridge.
South By a straight line east from Gurley's Point to trig. point on
height 2694 to Central Ridge.
West By sea from Gurley's Point to where the southern boundary of
Polling Division No. 2 meets the sea coast.

Polling Division No. 4. (Mt. Wayne-Ruthland Vale-Portion of Layou (north).
North By southern boundary of Polling Division No. 3.
East By Central Ridge.
South By Texier Ridge west along Texier Road to its junction with
the Leeward Highway thence south and westwards along the
Leeward Highway to Post Office Street and along street west-
ward to the sea.
West By sea irom this point to Gurley's Point.

Polling Division No. 5. (Layou (Central).
North By southern boundary of Polling Division No. 4.
East By spur of central Ridge.
South By northern boundary of Polling Division No. 6.
West ..... By sea.







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Polling Division No. 6. (Layou (South)-Layou Hill-Akcrs).
North Spur of Central Ridge overlooking the Methodist Church in a
straight line to the sca and north of the Methodist Church.
East By spur of Central Ridge.
South Ridge between Layou Hill and Buccament Valley to the sea.
West Sea coast to starting point.

Polling Division No. 7. (Buccament Bay-Cane Grove-Hope-Penniston-
Vermont (West)--Queensbury-Old Mountain-Maloney.)
North By southern boundary of Polling Division No. 6.
East By northern boundary of South Leeward.
and
South
West By sea.



THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descriptions of Polling Divisions prepared in accord-
ance with the provisions of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F. JACK,
Supervisor of Elections.

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.

12. CONSTITUENCY OF NORTH LEEWARD.

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. (Windsor Forest-Baleine-
Richmond Vale-Wallibou-Fitz-Hughes).
North By the sea.
and
West
East By Central Ridge to West Point.
South From the bridge over Sharpe's River along the river in an
approximately southeast line to source, thence in a straight
line in the same direction to Central Ridge.

Polling Division No. 2. (Tow'n of Chateaubelair including
Corner Bay & Barracks).
North Sea Coast.
East Eastern Boundary of town from incinerator to Sharpe's bridge.
South Southern and Western Boundaries of Chateaubelair.
and
West
Polling Division No. 3. (Town Extension-Sharpe's,
Petit Bordel).
North Southern Boundary of Polling Divisiot, No. 2.
West By the Petit Bordel Bay to Dark View Bay.
South ......From Dark View Bay along a straight southeast line to Central
Ridge.















'490 SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 6 DECEMBER, 1969.-(No. 76).


East By Central Ridge.
Polling Division No. 4. (Rosebank).
North By the sea from Dark Head Point to Dark View Bay.
South From Dark Head Point along track leading to Leeward High-
and way thence upper section of Rosebank River.
West
East By part of Southern Boundary of Polli'g Division No. 3.

Polling Division No. 5. (Troumaca and Belmont).
North Southern Boundary of Polling Division No. 4 from coastline
to Miss Parson's House at Belmont.
East Line along the road from Miss Parson's House to unnamed
stream.
South Along unnamed stream to the Troumaca Bay.
West By the sea.

Polling Division No. 6. (Rose Hall-Jack Hill)

North By Polling Division No. 2.
West By 'Po]li;g Division No. 5.
East By Central Ridge.
South From intersection of Belmont Road and unnamed stream in a
straight line to Jack Hill a'nd on to Southern Bdundary of
North Leeward Constituency.

Polling Division No. 7. (Westwood-Coull's Hill).
North By the Southern Bou'r'dary of Polling Division No. 5.
West From Troumaca Bay along sea coast to Cumberland Jetty.
South From Cumberland Jetty along path to Leeward Highway
East Along straight line to intersection of unnamed river and Bel-
mont Road.

Polling Division No. 8. (Spring-Cumberland-Coco-Village
-Mangaroo-Gordon Village-Gordon Yard).
North By Southern and Eastern boundaries of Polling Division No. 7
and the Southern boundary of Polling Division No. 6.
South rr6th a point at the base f tihe clifr overlooking the centre of
and Petit Anse Bay along the northern boduiftady of Central Lee-
East ward to a point where the southern boundary of Polling Divi-
sion No. 6 joins the Central Leeward northern boundary.
West ...... Along the sea coast frtm Cilinberland Jetty to -point at the
base of the cliff overlooking the -centre of Petit Anse Bay.






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THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (ELECTIONS) REGULATIONS, 1969.

DESCRIPTIONS OF POLLING DIVISIONS.

The following list of Descrintons of Polling Divisiots prepared in accord-
ance with the provisio'.s of Regulation 5 of the House of Assembly (Elections)
Regulations, 1969, is published for general information.

G. F. JACK,

Electoral Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent,

21st November, 1969.


13. CONSTITUENCY OF THE GRENADINES

POLLING DIVISIONS.

Polling Division No. 1. Bequia (Industry-Cinamon Garden-Spring-Hope,
Port Elizabeth-Pretoria-Union Estate).
North From the western point of Admiralty Bay around northern and
and eastern coastline of the Island of Bequia to L'Anse Fauvelle
East Bay and along public road from L'Anse Fauvelle Bay to junc-
tion of road leading to Cinnamon Garden and east along the
Union Estate and Spring/Paradise Hope ridge to Cable and
Wireless Station on the Mt. Pleasant/Union ridge.
South Along trace from Cable and Wireless Station south easterly to
and top of reservoir catchment and along ridge from this point
West southeasterly and back to Estella Fredrick's house to the sea
coast thence along coastline to point between Ocar and Port
Elizabeth and along the Pretoria Ocar road up ravine to Cin-
namon Garden and thence to starting point.

Polling Division No. 2. Bequia: (Hamilton-Ocar).
North From its point along the northern boundary of Port Elizabeth
to road between Pretoria and Ocar (including houses at Cin-
namon Garden.
East Along road between Pretoria and Ocar to sea coast.
South Along coastline to southwestern point of Port Elizabeth.
West By the sea to starting point.

Polling Division No. 3. Bequia: (Belmont-Mt. Pleasant-Ambois-,Friendship
-Tony Gibbons-Lower Bay).
North Southern and eastern boundaries of Polling Division No. 1.
and Coastline from L'Anse Fauvelle Bay to Gulley at Friendship
East Bay.

South Along Gulley to ridge thence along Central Ridge of Island in
a westerley direction to coastline at Western Cay.
West Coastline to starting point.
Polling Division No. 4. Bequia: (La Pompe-Derrick-Paget Farm (east).

North From Trig. point 881G/BE14 on the Central Ridge and along
Central Ridge in an easterly direction to a point on the southern
boundary of Polling Division No. 3.
East Portion of the southern boundary of Polling Division No. 3.
South Along sea coast from Gulley at Friendship Bay to a point where
a concrete drain enters the sea at Paget Farm west of Leopold
Stowe's premises.
West ......Along concrete drain from sea coast and west of new Clinic site
to starting point on Central Ridge.




















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Polling Division No. 5. Bequia: (Paget Farm (West)-Isle De Quarte).
North From western Cay eastward along Central Ridge to trig. point
881G/BE 14.
East By Western boundary of Polling Division No. 4.
South Coastline to starting point.
and
West

Polling Division No. G. Mustique (The island of Mustique-including Balliceaux
and Battowia).

Polling Division No. 7. Canuan (The island of Canauan).

Polling Division No. 8. Mayreau (The island of Mayreau).

Polling Division No. 9. Union Island (Clifton) including Prune Island, Petit
St. Vincent.
North From Promontory between Richmond and Belmont Bays along
coastline to Point Look Out.
East Coastline to southwestern point of allotment E. 93.


and
South
West




North


East
South


Line running along the western boundary of allotment E93 and
continuing in a northerly direction to starting point.


Polling Division No. 10 Union Island (Ashton).
Northern coastline of Union Island to promontory between Rich-
mond and Belmont Bays.
Western boundary of Clifton.
Coastline to starting point.


and
West


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