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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 1051 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4TH JULY, 1972.


[1


No. 35.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 111.


APPOINTMENTS

0CNTRAL SUPPLIES TENDERS BOARD

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the Honourable Minister
for Finance, acting in accordance with
the provisions of Rule 7 of the Pur-
chases and Tenders Procedure has ap-
pointed the following persons to serve
in the Tenders Board with effect from
15th June, 1972.
GRAFTON FRANCIS, Esq.,
DAVID JACK, Esq.,
GEORGE STEPHENS, Esq.
The other members of the Board
are:-
The Financial Secretary (Chair-
man)
The P S / Agriculture, Trade &
Grenadine Affairs
The Accountant General
The Director of the Planning
Unit.


Ministry of Finance and
Information
4th July, 1972.


TERMINATION OF APPOINTMENTS

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that the appointment of the fol-
lowing persons to the Central Supplies
Tenders Board has been terminated with
effect from 15th June, 1972:
S. N. BALLANTYNE, Esq.,
J. H. D. Cox, Esq.,
F. H. SCOTT, Esq.
Ministry of Finance and
Information.
4th July, 1972.
No. 112.
ITALIAN CONSULAR REPRESENTATION

It is notified for general information
that Signor GINo COCCON has been ap-
pointed Consul-General of Italy for the
West Indies Associated States, Montser-
rat and the British Virgin Islands, with
residence in Caracas, Venezuela.
Pending the issue of Her Majesty's
Exequatur, the Government of St. Vin-
cent has accorded Signor COCCON provi-
sional recognition in his consular capa-
city.
Premier's Office
4th July, 1972.
(E.A. 214)


3; 7:


No. 110.


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-


No. 113.

PROGRAMME FOR THE ERADICATION
OF THE MOSQUITO WHICH CARRIES
YELLOW FEVER AND DENGUE

The Government of St. Vincent, with
the assistance of the World Health
Organisation recently embarked on a
campaign to eradicate from the entire
State the mosquito which carries yellow
fever, and dengue commonly known as
breakbone fever.

Similar campaigns are now in pro-
gress in all the other Islands of the
Eastern Caribbean. Work on this pro-
ject which began in St. Vincent earlier
in the year is shortly to be extended to
the Grenadines. As this mosquito breeds
in water containers of all sorts e.g.,
tanks, cisterns, drums, barrels, disused
tyres, vases etc., it is necessary to treat
water containers with an insecticide.
The insecticide recommended by the
World Health Organisation for this pur-
pose "Abate", is known to be safe when
applied to drinking water and is effec-
tive against the larval stages of the
mosquito, commonly known as "wrig-
glers" or "rain-worm". I have been in-
formed by the World Health Organisa-
tion Adviser that water treated with this
insecticide is not only safe for drinking
but also that there is no alteration in
either taste or colour of the water.

Inspectors from the Ministry of
Health will be visiting the Grenadines
in the near future at regular intervals
of about eight (8) weeks to inspect
water containers for these mosquitoes
and to treat as necessary.
It may be of interest to point out that
a similar campaign has been in progress
in Grenada and the Grenada Grena-
dines over the past year. In order to get
rid of this mosquito your co-operation
in this regional project which affects
the entire Eastern Caribbean, will be
deeply appreciated.
Since most of the homes on the Gren-
adines have stored water, I wish to make
a special appeal to all house holders on
these Islands to co-operate fully with
the inspectors from the Ministry of
Health when their houses are visited.
Thanking you.
This release has been issued from the
Ministry for Health, Housing and Local
Government.


No. 109.

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND
FELLOWSHIP PLAN:
AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND, 1973


Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for the award of schol-
arships to Australia and New Zealand
under the Commonwealth Scholarship &
Fellowship Plan, for the academic year
beginning March 1973.
2. New Zealand is offering only post-
graduate awards, but Australia is also
willing to consider undergraduate ap-
plications in fields not available in the
West Indies.
3. Graduate applications are invited
for research in any field. Undergraduate
applications for Australia are invited in
the following fields:-
Agricultural Engineering
Drama
Computer Science
Geography
Veterinary Science
The qualifications for undergradu-
ate award are two good 'A' Levels
gained at one sitting, and at least three
'0' Levels including English Language.
The Advanced Level subjects must bear
some relation to the academic specialis-
ation sought.

4. Awards are normally for two aca-
demic years, to persons under 35 years
of age. Preference will be given to can-
didates between 22 and 28 years. No
provision is included for the travel ex-
penses of any dependants, but a mar-
riage allowance is payable under certain
conditions.
5. Successful candidates will be re-
quired to sign a Bond with Sureties.
6. Copies of certificates and the
names and addresses of three referees
should accompany the applications. Two
referees must be persons under whom
the applicant has studied and/or work-
ed.
7. Closing date for the receipt of ap-
plications, on Form T1, at the Service
Commissions Department, is July 8th,
1972.

MARY E. MORGAN,
for Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.).


27th June, 1972.


(No. 35.)


4th July, 1972.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.) 293


No. 92.
HURRICANE NOTICES



It is hereby notified for general information that in the 1.vent of a hurricane
threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be given:-


CAUTIONARY HURRICANE
WARNING.
(1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Head-
quarters. --- - - -

(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements.
(3) Three saluting guns will
be fired.


RUitib'ARiEA: (1) A red flag with a black
rectangular centre will be
flown from Police Stations.

(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements.


FINAL HURRICANE
WARNING
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres one
above the other will be
flown on Police Head-
quarters.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.
(3) The siren will blow for
5 minutes.
(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.


6th June, 1972.


No. 93.
CENTRAL HURRICANE COMMITTEE



It is notified for general information that the Central Hurricane Committee
is comprised of:-

The Premier (Chairman)
The Minister of Home Affairs (Deputy Chairman)
The Financial Secretary
The Commissioner of Police
Establishment & Personnel Officer
Permanent Secretaries
The Manager Central Water Authority
The Chief Technical Officer
The Senior Medical Officer
Executive Secretary, C.H. & P.A.
The Public Relations Officer
, .. . The Chairman, Kingstown Town Board
A Representative of the BRCS
A Representative of the Chamber of Commerce
A Representative of each of the three leading Churches
A Representative of the C.D.C.
A Representative of Cable & Wireless
A Representative of the Jaycees
A Representative of HAMS
A Representative of the Lions Club
Permanent Secretaryi Mifiistrj. of Home Affairs (Secretary).

,Headquarters at Office of Ministry of Home Affairs.

S6th June. 1972.


KINGSTOWN :













294 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.)


No. 108.

IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE, 1946.

(No. 22 of 1946).


PRELIMINARY NOTIFICATION.


(Under Section 4 of the Ordinance)



(SECOND PUBLICATION.)



WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 4 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(No. 22 of 1946) that if the Goivernor considers that any land may .he required
for a public purpose and it is necessary to make a preliminary survey or other
investigation of the land, he may cause a notification to that effect to be pub-
lished in the Gazette:

AND WHEREAS the Governor considers that a portion of land approximately
half an acre in the Parish of Charlotte the property said to belong to Mr.
Norton Bess is likely to be acquired for a public purpose, to wit, the laying
out of a public road:

AND WHEREAS it is necessary to make a preliminary survey of the said
portion of land;

Now THEREFORE this is to require all persons interested to allow the
Authorised Officer (and his agents, assistants and workmen):
(a) to enter upon and survey and take levels of any land in any locality to
which notification relates;
(b) to dig or bore into the subsoil of such land;
(c) to do all other acts necessary to ascertain whether the land is adapted
to such purpose;
(d) to set out the boundaries of the land intended to be taken, and the
intended line of the work, if any, proposed to be done thereon;
(e) to mark levels and lines by placing marks and cutting trenches;
(f) where otherwise the survey cannot be completed, the levels taken or
the boundaries or line of work set out, to cut down and clear away
any standing crop, fence, tree or bush;
(g) to do all such other acts as may be incidental to, or necessary for, any
of the purposes aforesaid.

Dated this 21st day of June, 1972.
F. G. THOMAS,
Secretary to the Cabinet.
27th June, 1972.

By Command,

F. G. THOMAS,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Ofice.
4th July, 1972.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.)


DEPARTMENTAL AND OTHER
NOTICES.

EDUCATION NOTICE

MINISTRY FOR EDUCATION,
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
AND YOUTH AFFAIRS

SAINT VINCENT TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

Applications are invited for courses
of study at the St. Vincent Technical
College, for the 1972-73 session com-
mencing on September 11, 1972.

FULL TIME COURSES

Departments of Engineering and
B building
Gone- al Tech,',ical Courses.

These courses are designed for the
training of Junior Supervisors or Fore-
men in the various trades in industry.
The training will consist of full-time
courses of two years duration.

The courses will be of a general na-
ture covering the fields of:-
(a) General Engineering
(b) General Building
Entry Qualifications
Applicants for the GENERAL TECHNI-
CAL COURSEs should have:

Completed a full secondary education
course and have s t least three G.C.E.
'0' Level passes or equivalent, includ-
ing English, Mathematics and one Sci-
ence subject. Applicants who have
completed a full secondary education to
'0' Level standard, but who do not have
the above academic qualifications will be
required to pass an entrance examina-
tion.

The fee for each course is $90 per
term payable in advance.

Department of Commerce
(a) Secretarial Course

This is a full time course of one year's
duration provided for the training of
Shorthand Typists.

Entry Qualifications
Applicants for the Secretarial Course
must have completed a full secondary
school education and possess at least a
G.C.E. '0' Level certificate in English
Language or its equivalent.


Applicants who have completed a full
secondary education course to '0' Level
standard, but who do not have the above
academic qualifications will be required
to write an entrance examination.

Fees.
The fee for the course is $90 per
term, payable in advance.
(b) Clerical Course
This is a full-time course of one year's
duration, provided for the training of
Clerk/Typists.
Entry Qualifications
Applicants for the Clerical Course
must be at least fifteen years of age and
possess a Primary School Leaving Cer-
tificate. Applicants who have completed
a full primary education course, but who
do not have a Primary School Leaving
Certificate will be required to write an
entrance examination.

Fees
The fee for the course is $60 per term,,
payable in advance.

DEPARTMENT OF HOTEL TRADES
Hotel Receptionists/Clerks Course.
This is a full-time course of one year's
duration provided for the training of
Hotel Receptionists or Clerks. Included
in the course will be such subjects as
Hotel Organisation, Type-writing, Book-
keeping and Office Practice.

Entry Qualifications
Applicants for the Hotel Reception-
ists/Clerks course must be at least fif-
teen years of age and possess a Primary
School Leaving Certificate. Applicants
who have completed a full Primary
Education Course, but do not have a
Primary School Leaving Certificate will
be required to write an entrance exam-
ination.

Fees.
The fee for the course is $60 per term,
payable in advance.
Waiters, Bartenders, Bell-boys and
Room-maids Course.
These are-Block Release courses each
of three months duration offered to
school-leavers and other young persons
wishing to enter the hotel industry as
waiters, bartenders, bell-boys and room-
maids. The courses will provide a prac-
tical introduction to the trade as well
as offer instruction in related vocational
studies.














296 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.),


Entry Qualifications


No special entry qualifications are re-
qui'red for these courses, but applicants
must be at least fifteen years of age and
have completed a Primary School Edu-
cation.

Fees.
The fees for each course is $15.



EVENING COURSES.


(a) Commercial Courses

Commercial courses requiring atten-
dance at the College for two evenings
each week, will be offered to persons em-
ployed in commercial and 'business or-
ganisations, who wish to increase their
proficielicy in the office skills. Individual
courses will be provided in the special-
ised subjects of Book-keeping, Short-
hand, Typewriting and Commercial
Arithmetic.

Fees.

.The fee for each course is $15 per
term, payable in advance.

(b) Engineering, Building and
Hotel Trades Courses.

Courses requiring attendance for
two evenings each week' will. be offered
to persons already employed in the fol-
lowing fields, and who wish to upgrade
their proficiency:
(a) Machine Shop practice, Welding
F6rging and sheet metal work.
(b) Motor Vehicle, Mechanics' work,.
repair .and maintenance of En-
gines.
(c) Electrical Installation work, Elec-
trical ;wiring, basic servicing of
electrical equipment.
(d) Repair, maintenance and servic-,
ing of air-conditioning and re-
frigeration equipment. Installa-
tion of Plant.
(e) Carpentry and Joinery,. Masonry
arid Concrete Practice, Plumbing
and Pipe-fitting.
(f) Drawing
(g) Hbtel Trades.

The scope arid content of the courses
will be decided on after discussions with
applicants. .., .


The fee for each course is $15.

ENTRY FORMS AND FUTHIER
PARTICULARS.B

These may be obtained from the Prin-
cipal of the Saint Vincent Technical
College or the Ministry of, Education,
Community Development and Youth
Affairs, and must be returned duly com-
pleted to the Ministry of Education,
Community Development & Youth Af-
fairs, not later than July 31, 1972.


NOTICE

BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that in accordance with sec-
tion 14 sub-section (2) .of Ordinance
No. 17/1951, Mr. Evan Hazell has been
appointed to serve as a Nominated Mem-
ber of the Bequia District Council vice
Mr. Auckland Wallace who forfeited his
seat.

Ministry of Health, Housing
and Local Government,
28th June, 1972.
(LG 03/65)


NOTICE


BEQUIA DISTRICT COUNCIL


Notice is hereby, given that under the
provisions of section 10A of the: Local
Government Ordinance 1951 (as: in-
serted by section 2 of- the Local Gov-!
ernment (Amendment)' Ordinance,
1967,) Cabinet advised approval for the
revocation of the appointment of Mrs.
Evelyn Joshua as a Nominated member
of. the, Bequia District. Council with ef-
feet from 6th June~,.1972, Cabinet, also
advised approval of the appointment of
Mr. Dillon Quashie, as a Nominated
Member of the Bequia District Council
to fill the vacancy created'by the revoca-
tion with effect from 6th June, 197,2,
and for the remainder of the life of the
Council i.e. 31st December, .1972.

Ministry of Health, Housing
& Local Government

6th June, 1972.
(LG 03/65) ,














SAINT. VINCENT,,TUESDAY, 4/JULY, 1972.-(,No. 3,5.)!


NOTICE :Hl ;.' J.:. je iof tlh Kmingstown 13. ard, Paul's
Lot not later than Friday, 23rd June,
KINGSTOWN BOARD


A competitive examination foqr,; th(
award of four scholarships, for twi
girls and tyro.boys, tenable at a recog
nised Secondary school, will be held a
the St. Vincent Grammar S.-hool on
Wednesday July 5, beginning at 9.0(


2. Each Candidate mst ; I ; .

(a) have been less than twelve and
half years of age on, Septwiube
31Q,;1972. ,; .. ;.
(b) be a native of the State or chili
of a native.


S -; ,E ; LEWIS,
Ag. Warden.


t

It


POLIO CE' iSOTIOE


THE OWNERS OF PVMIP"' '
S0 1YICE VEHICLES; GOODS
VEHICLES AND TRAILERS
(H.T., R. & T. PLATES)

a The attention of'persons Who' 6wn thld
r type of vehicles mentioned above is
drawn to the provisions" con taine, in '
Regulations 20 and, 21 and all amend-
d ments thereto of the Motor Vehicld-a4id'
Road Traffic Regulations 1959, whereby


(c) have been resid ng in KNiig,-;twu J' no licence may be issued or renewed for
or,withi .half a mile of the buiin- such vehicles unless the Inspector certi-
dasi'theeof- ditrig'i there 'yearA fies that the vehicle complies witfi'all
previous to September 30, 1972. the' provisions ofl the Ordinance'and'
(d) be a pupil of a private, orpubli these Regulations.
sc,:iool in the. State. 1',,0 :. ;: ,J The TLntsector of Motor Vehicle, will
(e) produce a certificate of good be- be available at Police" Headquarters
haviour from the Head Teacher' daily from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. except
..i:; f ::. ofsubh 'school. ,: '. on Sundays and Public Holidays.to en-
sure that all the abovementioned vehicles
3. No Candidate shall be awarded a a~ 'mnpe.ted and are r:aiw-. worthy bae
scholarship who obtains deSsrthasn,~ne&1 fore 31st July, 1972.


Sthi o2 the maximum of matkwi' ea-.h
subject and less than orne half"'of the.
1 tal marks in the.Examination.. ,,i

4. Candidates will be examined in
-English, ) (including Comprehension)
i i l i, I iT


Regulations 20 (6) requires that these
vehicle! -are examined 'twice annually.
that is before 30th June and 31st De-
cember each year.
WrlARNING


.rIN! .rL., tr:_ andu wI be gveiwl an in bull- Vehicles-which have not been pre-
..gence.-Test. sented or if presented have not passed
... the examination by 31st July, 1972 will
5. The mh'olai-ships aire ,[1rddl,: ' be taken off the road.
a period of six years, provided tfle(schol.i1a
ars' attendance, conduct and progress R. M. THOMAS,
abl h ~i .Wy.the term reports are con-
\,idred.saisfhtory -. Commissioner of Police


6. Application, accompanied by Birth
or Baptismal Certificate must reach the


Licensing Authority.
14th June, 1972.


- 297















298 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.) ;.


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY



STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
AS AT 31ST MAY, 1972


Assets


DEMAND LIABILITIES:

EC $ EC $


NOTES IN CIRCULATION ...... 63,658,544

COIN IN CIRCULATION ..... 5,712,621


MONEY AT CALL



INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS


BANKERS' DEPOSITS


EXTERNAL ASSETS:


EC $ EC $
CURRENT ACCOUNTS
AND MONEY AT CALL
IN LONDON .... 18,656,660


UNITED KINGDOM
TREASURY BILLS


-- 386,135


12,301 69,769,601


14,015,367.


OTHER UNITED
KINGDOM GOVERN-
MENT SECURITIES ......

FOREIGN NOTES AND
COIN IN PROCESS OF
REDEMPTION


..... 29,827,691


33,761,125



133,715


.... 1,260,494 83,639,685


GENERAL RESERVE


UTHER LIABILITIES


7,202,072
GOVERNMENT LOCAL
DEBENTURES
3,401,512 LOCAL TREASURY
BILLS
OTHER ASSETS

EC$94,388,552


7,053,050

196,880
3,498,937


EC$94,388,552


[Proportion of external
assets to demand liabili-
ties 119.9%]

N. L. SMITH,
Acting Managing Director.


BANKERS'
BALANCES


Liabilities














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.) 299


CUSTOMS NOTICE



By Authority of Sections 27 and 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of St. Vincent, the undermentioned
goods which have been in the Queen's Warehouse Nos. 1 and 2, and the Baggage Warehouse for mere
than three months shall be sold at Public Auction on Saturday 29th July, 1972 at 1.30 p.m. unless
they are duly cleared within one month of the first publication of this notice.


S. E. JOSHUA,
Comptroller of Customs and Excise.
Custom House,
Kingstown.
26th June, 1972.


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 1


Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


26.5.70 Uranus Corea & Co. M.S.M. 1 Ctn. Martini (Dry)
Vermouth
1. 2.71 Federal Maple ,, Me. Y.S. 1 Ctn. Bols Liqueur
17. 4.71 Virginia S.A. George Forde L.B.S. 1 Ctr. Cld Cak Rum
12.11.71 Steintor Corea & Co. S. C. St. Lucia 1 Ctn. Martini Vermouth
10.12.71 Linguist Hazell's Ltd. H.T. Co. 73 Ctns. Britwin Wines
31.12.71 Geest Cape Geest Ind. N.W. 10 Ctns. Peter Dawson Whisky
31.12.71 Geest Cape Geest Ind. C.K.G. 1 Case Advertising Materials
1. 1.72 Merchant Hazell's Ltd. B.B. 30 Ctns. Cutty Sark Whisky
1. 1.72 Merchant Hazells Ltd. N/M 1 Ctn. Cointresu
Liqueur
22. 3.72 Booker Trojan Corea and Co. H.H. 11 Ctns. Richemond Brandy
22. 3.72 Booker Trojan Corea and Co. G.W.F. & S. 21 Ctns. Richemond Brandy
10.12.71 Linguist Hazells Ltd. H.T. Co. 6 Ctns. Cutty Sark Whisky



QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


Date Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared
Ware- Description Contents
housed


8. 3.71 Federal Palm

15. 3.71 Aloma II
22. 3.71 Federal Maple
23. 3.71 Federal Palm




25. 3.71 Geest Port


8. 4.71 Matilde


Corea & Co.

Hazells Ltd.
Corea & Co.
Corea & Co.




Geest Ind.

Corea & Co.


John H. Hazells &
Sons
J.H.H. Sons Ltd.
E.D.L. & S. 59/70
E.D.L. & S.-
91022/2990
E.D.L. & S.-
#46559
Corea & Co.-#6493
No marks
Trotman's Electronic
Service
L.T. Co.


1 Case Merchandise


1 Case
1 Case
1 Case


Merchandise
Cotton goods
Shoes


1 Ctn. Batteries


1 Ctn.
2 Ctns.
6 Ctns.


Bolts
Baygon
Batteries


9 Ctns. Pear Nectar














300 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.)


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-(Contd.)

Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


6. 7.71 Gardenia W.


4.11 71



3.11.71
10.11.71

7.12.71
13.12.71
16.12.71
22.12.71

16.12.71

17.11.71
22.12.71
8.11.71




18.11.71


Anna Maria



Gardenia W.
Baltic Proctor


Virginia S.A.
Sea View
People's Choice
Irma Marie

Gardenia W.


People's Choict
Irma Marie
Federal Maple


Atlantic Mer-
chant
Venimos


A.C.H.

A. C. Hillocks


G. A. Forde

A. C. Hillocks


Corea & Co.


Hazells Ltd.

Corea & Co.


8.11.71 Altantic Mer- Hazells Ltd.
chant
25. 1.72 Virginia S.A. G. A. Forde
19.'.5.71 Federal Maple Corea and Co.
oic
,, ,,


3. 2.72 People's C
9. 2.72 Virginia S
9. 2.72 Nomad
9. 2.72 Nomad
22. 2.72 People's C


8. 3.72 People'sCl


16. 3.72 Nomad
18. 3.72 People'sCI


21. 3.72 Virginia S.


25. 1.72 Virginia S.
4. 2.72 Booker Tr

,, Nina

8 272 Linguist

9 2.72 Geestport
9 2.72 ,,


choice
.A.


choice


choice]



choice


A.


A.
ojan


A. C. Hillocks
G. A. Forde
A. C. Hillocks

A. C. Hillocks


G. A. Forde


G. A. Forde
Corea and Co.



Hazells Ltd

Geest Ind


Mustique Construc-
tion Co.
H.T.C.


Adams
A. C. Hillocks
St. Vincent Manu-
facturing Co.
SNO 5285
N. Browne
F.J. DeN.
Hadaway Store

N.W.
E.B.
Otto's
P.H.V.
Y. DeLima
C.C.J.
B.B. 2
D. Williams

E.D.L. & S.

B.B. 8451
Jane B. Lewis

D.A.S.
J 6/71 #1
No marks
E.D.L. & S. 621/69
R-65 EASTERN
S-5501 (1) B
Hazells Ltd.
N.W.
B. Co.
N.W.
N.W.
G.T.
C.M.S.
H.T. Co.
Joachim Eng.
E. D. Layne
H.B. & Sons
G.W.F.
H.B.C.
H.B.C.
E.D.L.
Lyric
Lyric
D.A.S.
St. Vincent Motors

EDL & S 470/71

H-H'/WBH 605878
BCH/WBH 60588
SB 9450/1-2
9450/C


1 Ctn.
110 Ctns.
100 Ctns.
15 Ctns.
6 Bdls.
1 Ctn.
4 Ctns.


Berger Paint
Pear Nectar
Pineapple Juice
Apricot Nectar
Plastic Buckets
Color Cards
Lime Products


1 Case Mats
5 Ctns. Shoes
53 Pcs. Machinery Parts
18 Pkgs. Springs
36 Pkgs. Beds
8 Ctns. Soap
6 Pails Lard
1 Cylinder Gas
29 Ctns. Paints
1 Case Cutlery
1 Case Batteries
167 Ctns. Canned meat
12 Ctns. Cleaning Compound

1 Case Rubber Shoes and
sandals
2 Ctns. Canned Goods
3 Cases Household effects


15 Ctns.
1 Case
1 Bale
1 Bale


16 cyls.
25 Ctns.
50 Ctns.
13 Ctns.
10 Ctns.
40 Ctns.
1 Case
50 Ctn.
3 drums
1 Case
14 Bales
25 Ctns.
2 Bags
1 Bag
8 Ctns.
10 Ctns.
5 ctns.
15 Ctns.
5 Ctns.
8 Ctns.
4 Ctns.
6 Ctns.
2 Ctns.
2 Ctns
2 Ctns
1 Ctn


Soap
Shoes
Straw
Merchandise


Beer
Soap
Soap
Soap
Alcolado
Alcolado
Medical preparation
Alcolado
Marmaran
Spoons
Paper Bags
Chlorax
Epsom salt
Glauber salt
P.V.C. Sheeting
Sunlight Soap
Brown Soap
Soap
Lube Oil
Water for Grease
Vacuum flasks
Vacuum flasks
Dripmats
Dripmats
Plastic sheeting
Cotton fents














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.) 301


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-(contd.)

Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos Description Contents
housed


10 .2.72 Santiago






24. 2.72 Federal M


25. 2.72 Geesttide



25. 2.72 Booker Tr

,, Atlantic T


,, Atahualpa
,, Atahaulpa
,, Atahualpa
Geest Haven
26. 2.72 Hasselburg

28. 2.72 Geestbay
6. 3.72 Ares
,, ,,
,, 55
55 55


10. 3.72 Nina
7. 3.72 Archilles

7. 3.72 Archilles


Corea and Co.


[aple Corea and Co.


Geest Indus.



*ojan Corea and Co.

raderHazells Ltd.


Corea & Co.


Geest Indus.
Corea and Co.

Geest Indus.
Corea and Co.






Corea and Co.


Webb
L.G. 0869711


L.T.C.
LMB/LWI 27
E.D.L. & S.
1129 #60
TRS 1291
THS 1244
Trotmans

Hazells Ltd.
HJazells


St. Vincent Concrete


F.J.D.

F.J.D. #2321
H.S.
St. Vincent Motors

G.W.F.
R.W.G.
FJ.D. 1487/8
1493
GRD 66 & Co.
3762
F.J.D. 5833
E.W.R.A. 02025/1
C.T, St. Vincent
S.M.E. 1945/6
--1/4
H.S.


80 Cases Saltfish
3 Ctns. Polycarbonate
feeders
2 Ctns. Capdisc and tents
1 Ctn. Nurser tearts
1 Ctn. Bathing Caps
9 Ctns. Salami
1 Case Stationery
1 Case P.V.C. goods and
cotton goods
6 Bdls. Coir mats
13 Bdls. Coir mats
7 Bales P.V.C. Conduit
2 Cases Fitting
25 Ctns. Sterilized Milk
1 Bdle. Plywood sheets
1 Crate Block machine parts
7 Ctns. Textile piece Goods
2 Ctns. Cotton piece Goods
I Ctn Rayon piece goods
1 Tinwalled Footwear
I Case Agriculture Mac-
hinery
6 Bales Coir brooms
55 Bags Pigeon Peas
2 Bales Blue Denim
1 Bale Bedticking
I Bale Bedticking


1 Bale
1 Case
5 Cases
4 Ctns.


Bedticking
Hot snack Cabinet
Batteries
Glassware


3 Ctns. Suitcases


GOODS FOUND IN TRANSIT SHED AND TRANSFERRED
TO QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2

Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


John H. Hazell
John H. Hazell
John H. Hazell
Hutch #10 Bar-
bados
John H. Hazell
Corea and Co.
P1/71


2 Cases M.V. Parts_
10 Ctns. Milo
8 Ctns. Pure thick Cream
1 Ctn. Johnson's Baby
Powder
1 Case Merchandise
10 Ctns. Atlas Paint


Corea and Co. #83 1 Case
No marks 1 Grey
S/case
No marks 1 Blue
S/case
Corea and Co. I Case
35/69 #2572


Adverts

Personal effects

Personal effects
Mers:h.n dise s


19.11.71
99
99
,,















302 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.)


GOODS FOUND IN TRANSIT SHED AND TRANSFERRED
TO QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-(contd.)


Date
Ware- Conveyance
housed


Consignee


Quantity &
Marks & Nos. Description


E.B.
H.B. #1-3
H.B. #1-2
No marks
P.T. 5000
G.A.F.
St. Vincent #25
No marks
L.B. & Co.
Low Budget & Co.
L.B. & S.
P.H.V.
P.H.V.


3 Cases
3 Cases
2 Cases
1 loose
1 Drum
2 Bales
1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.
1 Case
1 Case
3 Ctns.
2 Bags
1 Case


19.11.71
,,;
99


Alt. Patric Punette
No marks
No marks
C & W 1689-
Bequia
No marks #1


Batteries
Screws
Parts
Michelin tyre
Vaseline
Wrapping paper
Wooden Clothes Pins
Dutch Baby Milk
Whiteways Adverts.
Merchandise
Raisins
Weights
Plastic goods
P.V.C. goods


Sherwin Williams
Paint


Paint
B-H Paints
Machinery parts
Wire
Merchandise
Cable
Shoes
Merchandise

Paints
Plastic Bags
Solvents
Khaki pants
Rubber Boots
Mops
Salt
Merchandise
Spares


1 Bag Clamps
4 Drums MerchaLdise
3 Ctns. Adhesive

1 Ctn. Wire


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE

Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


18. 8.69 L.I.A.T.
2.10.69


L.I.A.T.


12.11.71



19.11.71


Chief Engineer 1038
Geest Industries
10257
Mathnew Davis
-18997812
Barclays Bank
-0179315
Reliance Pharmacy
-1429355874


1 Pkg. Parts
1 Pkg. Spare Parts

1 Pkg. Personal effects

1 Pkg. Tractor parts

1 Pkg. Pharmataecuticals


Declared
Contents


Pete St. Vincent Ltd. 1 Ctn.
c/o -Corea & Co.
A.R.C. 1 Ctn.

Connells #1390 1 Case
P.H.V. 1 Ctn.
No marks 1 Case
No marks 2 Rolls
No marks 1 Case
H.B. 1 Case
E.D.L. & S. #34 1 Case
E.D.L. & S. 1 Case
205/70 #23
E.D.L. &S. 350/70 1 Case
E.D.L. & S. 350/70 1 Case
Layne A. 4 x 5384 1 Case
E.D.L. & S. #6 1 Case
E.D.L. & S. 4 Ctns.
L.T. & Co. V7 1 Bale
L.T. & Co. 37 Bags
JKB Trinidad I Case
St. Vincent Motors 1 Case


30.11.71














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.) 303


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE-(contd.)


Consignee


Quantity &
Marks & Nos. Description


Declared
Contents


24.11.71 L.I.A.T.


L.I.A.T.


29.11.71
1.12.71

1.12.71
16.12.71

16.12.71





20.12.71

20.12.71

22.12.71

23.12.71

24.12.71

30.12.71

5. 1.72

24.12.71

10. 1.72

13. 1.72

17. 1.72
19. 1.72

19. 1.72

20. 1.72

26. 1.72

26. 1.72

29. 1.72

24. 1.72
29. 1.72

1. 2.72

3. 2.72

4. 2.72

9. 2.72


St. Vincent Motors 1 Pkg.
-9200018
Royal Bank 3 Pkgs.
-0159693
N. Tannis-0179603 1 Pkg.
E. D. Layne 2 Pkgs.
-0179624
Unknown-37447491 1 Pkg.
Gordon Jeavons 5 of 6
-37447491 Pkgs.
W. B. Hutchinson 1 Pkg.
-0100178
Unknown 1 Pkg.
-02614368244
F. Alexander 1 Pkg.
-35584
Reliance Pharmacy 1 Pkg.
-32774
Lois Michael 1 Pkg.
0167863
B. Charlcroft 1 Pkg
-43141475
Mr. Newington 1 Pkg.
-4467912
Corea and Co. 1 Pkg.
-88347466
Royal Bank 1 Pkg.
-18519266
Norma's Boutique 1 Pkg.
-04958030
Barclay's Bank 1 Pkg.
-37807925
Hazells Ltd. 1 Pkg.
-04474061
Mr. W. Weir 1 Pkg.
-40123521
Esso-0169992 1 Pkg.
Robin Newington 2 Pkgs.
-4467912
Sumbeam Intl 3 Pkgs.
-0058056
R. N. Eustace 3 Pkgs.
-60801448
DeFreitas Enterprises
-05392811 1 Pkg.
Lulleys Store 1 Pkg.
-0168751
Barclays Bank 2 Pkgs.
-0171318
J.H.H.-781213 1 Pkg.
Star Garage 1 Pkg.
-42041716
St. Vincent Motors 1 Pkg.
-0125321
Caribbean Sailing 1 Pkg.
Yachts-23568311
S. G. DeFreitas 2 Pkgs.
-7425623
Hazells Limited 1 Pkg.
-11757266


Printed matter

Menthol

Advertising material
Advertising material

Unknown
Personal effects

Unknown

Personal effects

Personal effects

Medical supplies

G.M.U.

Stationery

G.M.U.

Pens

Engine Parts

G.M.U.

Cosmetic

Service Literature

G.M.U.

Nozzles
G.M.U.

Auto parts

Wearing Apparel


Auto parts
Engine parts

Textiles

G.M.U.
Business forms

Dry Battery

Ship Docs.

Catalogues


Display cards


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance















304 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.)

BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE-(contd.)

Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


11. 2.72 L.I.A.T.
16. 2.72 ,,


17. 2.72
8. 2.72

18. 2.72

23. 2.72



24. 2.72

28. 2.72

1. 3.72

11. 3.72

17. 3.72

27.11.71

3. 1.71

5. 1.72

5. 1.72
14. 1.72

17.11.71
8.12.71
13. 2.72

11. 2.72

11. 2.72



29.12.71


20.11.72



4. 3.72

7. 3.72

8. 3.72

8. 3.72

8. 3.72

8. 3.72


L.I.A.T.
,;


Singer-077102
Canadian Imperial
-23682471
Unknown-0159890
E. Alexandre
-328302
Howard Winn
-0180419
Royal Bank of
Canada-T'dad
Dredging Co.
-22591730
Caribbean Sailing
Yacht-14692506
Mr. Arallance
-24057762
Barclays Bank
-05207204
St. Vincent Motors
-0215404
St. Vincent Marine
-159324
Cobblestone
-709604
D. Timmins
-01132
V. Browne
-035333
Connells-13370
St. Vincent Motors
-207761
E.D.L.-02327
T.M.M.-6406
Trinidad Dredging
-30767
Star Garage
-61730
Star Garage-

Mr. Hercules
N/M
Trinidad Dredging


-18519196
Shipwreck Shop 7 Pkgs.
Trinidad Dredging 1 Pkg.
St. Vincent Cape
Verde Island 1 Pkg.
472
St. Vincent Marine 2 Pkgs.
Yacht 0213568
Corea and Co. 1 Pkg.
-82277292
Star Garage 1 Pkg.
-45754273
Data Processing 1 Pkg.
-0213850
A. H. D. Providence 3 Pkgs.
-0213850
Canadian Imperial 1 Pkg.
Bank of Commerce
-0186505


2 Pkgs. G.M.U.
2 Pkgs. Brass Ware

1 Pkg. G.M.U.
1 Pkg. Personal effects

1 Pkg. G.M.U.

1 Pkg. Engine Parts



1 Pkg. G.M.U.

1 Pkg. Personal effects

1 Pkg. Bulletins

1 Pkg. Printed matter

1 Pkg. Marine equipment

1 Pkg. G.M.U.

2 Pkgs. Merchandise

1 Pkg. Clothing

1 Pkg. G.M.U.
1 Pkg. Auto Parts

1 Pkg. G.M.U.
1 Pkg. Merchandise
2 Pkgs. Engine Parts

1 Pkg. M.V. Parts

1 only Duffy-Personal
effects
1 Pkg. G.M.U.
I Pkg. Panties
1 Pkg. Merchandise


Merchandise
Merchandise


Clutch Plate

Sports equipment

Tomato Sauce

G.M.U.

G.M.U.

Fire extinguishers

Diesel engine














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 JULY, 1972.-(No. 35.) 305


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE-(contd.)

Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks & Nos. Description Contents
housed


21. 3.72 L.I.A.T.


L.I.A.T.


22. 3.72

24. 3.72
28. 3.72
29. 3.72


DeFreitas Enter- 1 Pkg.
prises--018/
0214194
Mr. Frank Williams 1 Pkg.
-0219785
U.T.L.-0214265 1 Pkg.
R. M. Charles-N/M 1 Pkg.
Royal Bank of 3 Pkgs.
Canadsa-0214356


Fiat parts


Printed matter

Car parts
G.M.U.
Display stands


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




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