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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


jublijshb by Authority

VoL. 105] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972. [No. 36.


GOVERNMENT


No. 114.


APPOINTMENTS

It is notified for general information
that the St. Vincent Government has
approved the appointment of Mr.
DAVID CHALMER REECE as Canadian
Commissioner to the West Indies Asso-
ciated States, with residence at Trinidad
where he has been appointed High Com-
missioner. .
Premier's Office
Kingstown.
llth July, 1972.
(Prem: E.A. 32)


No. 115.
DEVELOPMENT CONTROL AUTHORITY

In accordance with Section 3 of the
Land Development Control Ordinance
1968, No. 37 of 1968, the following per-
sons have been appointed. to be mem-
bers of the Development Control
Authority for a period of one (1) year
with effect from 9th June, 1972:-


NOTICES


Honourable J. L. EUSTACE, Chairman,
CYPRIAN HYPOLITE, Esq.
B. A. NEEHALL, Esq.
THEOPHILUS COLLINS, Esq.
The Chief Agricultural Officer
The Chief Technical Officer, M.C. & W..
The Public Health Superintendent
The Executive Secretary, C.H. & P.A..
The Chief Surveyor, Secretary
Premier's Office
Kingstown
11th July, 1972.


No. 116. -
LEGISLATION
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 21.-Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Verold Crichton) (Pro-
cessing of Local Food and of Local
Food Products) Order, 1972.
R. & 0. No. 1.-Colonial Fire Bri-
gade Long Service Medal Regula-
tions, 1972.


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308 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36).


R. & 0. No. 2. Colonial Police
Long Service Medal Regulations,
1972.

11th July, 1972.



No. 117.


VACANT POST


ADVERTISEMENT FOR VACANT POST OF
TRAINEE SYSTEMS ANALYST / PROGRAM-
MER DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT
MINISTRY OF FINANCE



Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons male or female within
and outside the St. Vincent Civil Ser-
-vice for appointment to the above post.

2. The duties of the post include:
a) Preparation, documentation and
implementation of Systems and
procedures which will be used
throughout Government and
which utilise directly or indi-
rectly computer time. The offi-
cer may also be required to
operate the computer equipment
when considered necessary.
b) Prepare, test and document
computer programmes from
written specifications and amend
and rewrite programmes to
meet new specifications.

3. Qualifications: T h e applicant
should be conversant with Government
accounting system, and with the organ-
isation of the Government service.

4. The qualities sought for in the
systems analyst/programmer are:-
a) Maturity, imagination, creative-
ness and receptiveness to new
ideas.
b) The ability to communicate with
other people in the presentation
of new systems.
c) Methodical working and precision.

d) The ability to work with a dis-
ciplined adherence to prescribed
standards.


e) The ability to work in a team.

It would be an advantage if
applicants have a knowledge of
the work of Government and Gen-
eral Data Processing duties.

5. Educational Standards: The ap-
plicant should be in possession of at
least three (3) '0' Level subjects in-
cluding Mathematics and English, or
the equivalent.

6. Training: Applicants on a short
list will be given a logic aptitude test,
and only those who attain the required
standard will be considered further.
The successful applicant will be ap-
pointed System Analyst/Programmer,
on probation and will receive practical
training in St. Vincent for approxi-
mately six to seven months.

On the satisfactory completion of
this period of practical training the offi-
cer will be sent to the I.C.I. training
school in Trinidad for a further residen-
tial course.

7. Salary Scale: V26-21-$3-,600 x
$240-$4,800, on satisfactory completion
of the probationary period the success-
ful candidate will be promoted to scale
V20-15-$5,100 x $300-$6,600.

8. Equipment and Scope of Data
Processing Department: the Depart-
ment is equipped with an ICL 1901
A. Computer Configuration, 16K. Core
Storage, Double Twin Discs.

9. The following are the routines
which are on the computer at present:-

a) Financial Accounting

b) Monthly Payroll of Civil Servants

c) Trade Statistics

d) P.W.D. Unallocated Sotres

e) Income Tax Assessments.

10. Applications accompanied by two
recent testimonials should be for-
warded to the Chief Personnel Officer,
Service Commissions Department, mark-
ed "EDP/STAFF" and should be re-
ceived not later than 26th July, 1972.


11th July, 1972.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36). 309


No. 92.
HURRICANE NOTICES

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


RURAL AREAS: (1)


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.


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 Secretary Ministry of Home Affairs (Secretary).
Headquarters at Office of Ministry of Home Affairs.
6th June, 1972.
By Command,

F. G. THOMAS,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Office.
PREMIER's OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
11th July, 1972.


KINGSTOWN :













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36).


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
Building
Gene 'al Technical 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 a 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
'O0' 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.
Entry Qualifications
No special entry qualifications are re-
quired 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.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36).


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
proficiency 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
Forging 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
and Concrete Practice, Plumbing
and Pipe-fitting.
(f) Drawing
(g) Hotel Trades.

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

The fee for each course is $15.

ENTRY FORMS AND FURTHER
PARTICULARS.

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.


SAINT VINCENT.


IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
(ORIGINAL)

A.D. 1972.

SUIT No. 4/1968

BETWEEN:-

THE ROYAL BANK OF
CANADA
of Kingstown
-Plaintiff
AND
ALBERT MAY
of Cane End, Mesopotamia
-Defendant

PURSUANT to an Order made on the
7th day of June, 1969 THERE WILL
BE OFFERED FOR SALE by the
Registrar of the High Court of Justice
at the Court House, Kingstown, Saint
Vincent, between the hours of 9:30 a.m.
and 12:00 noon on the 12th day of
August, 1972 all the right title interest
messuages lands tenements as specified
in the Schedule hereto.

THIS IS THE SCHEDULE HEREIN-
BEFORE REFERRED TO:

ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of
land situate at Bank of Marriaqua in
the State of Saint Vincent being in ex-
tent Five (5) Lots more or less which
is abutted and bounded on or towards
the North by lands of Hollington Find-
lay on or towards the South by lands of
Charles Robinson on or towards the
East partly by lands of Joseph Daniel
and partly by lands of Leonard Webb
on or towards the West by lands of the
said Charles Robinson or howsoever
otherwise the same may be abutted
bounded known distinguished or des-
cribed Together with all ways waters
watercourses rights lights liberties pri-
vileges and all other easements and
appurtenances to the said piece or par-
cel of land belonging or usually held
used occupied and enjoyed therewith or
reputed to belong or be appurtenant
thereto.

Reserved price $3,500.00

Dated the 4th day of July, 1972.

LEONARD J. RIVIERE,
Acting Registrar of the High Court













312 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36).


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 Fxcise.

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 ,, Mc. Y.S. 1 Ctn. Bols Liqueur
17. 4.71 Virginia S.A. George Forde L.B.S. 1 Cin. Old Oak 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 I Ctn. Cointreau
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 Cons(inee 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. Bolts
2 Ctns. Baygon
6 Ctns. Batteries

9 Ctns. Pear Nectar












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36). 313


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


Date
Ware- Conveyance
housed


Consignee


Quantity & Declared
Marks & Nos. Description Contents


6. 7.71 Gardenia W.

4.11 71 Anna Maria


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


Gardenia W.
Baltic Proctor

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

Gardenia W.

People's Choice


A.C.H.

A. C. Hillocks


G. A. Forde

A. C. Hillocks


Irma Marie
Federal Maple Corea & Co.


Atlantic Mer-
chant
Venimos


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.
., ,1 ,,>
,, ,, ,,


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'sCl


21. 3.72 Virginia S


25. 1.72 Virginia S
4. 2.72 Booker Tr

,, Nina

8 2'72 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

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. DeLirma
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
:67 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
I 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, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36).


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

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


Santiago Corea and Co.






Federal Maple Corea and Co.


Geesttide
99


Geest Indus.


Booker Trojan Corea and Co.

Atlantic Trader Hazells Ltd.
Atahualpa Corea & Co.
Atahaulpa ,,
Atahualpa ,,
Geest Haven Geest Indus.
Hasselburg Corea and Co.

Geestbay Geest Indus.
Ares Corea and Co.






Nina Corea and Co.


Archilles


7. 3.72 Archilles


Webb
L.G. 0869711




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


St. Vincent Concrete
F.J.D.


F.J.D. #2321
H.S.
St. Vincent Moiuia,

G.W.F.
R.W.G.
F.J.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
1 Cttn Rayon piece goods
1 Tinw called Footwear
I Cibc Agriculture Mac-
hinery
6 Bales Coir brooms
55 Bags Pigeon Peas
2 Bales Blue Denim
1 Bale Bedticking
1 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 2 Cases
John H. Hazell 10 Ctns.
John H. Hazell 8 Ctns.
Hutch #10 Bar- 1 Ctn.
bados
John H. Hazell 1 Case
Corea and Co. 10 Ctns.
Pl/71
Corea and Co. #83 1 Case
No marks 1 Grey
S/case
No marks 1 Blue
S/case
Corea and Co. 1 Case
35/69 #2572


M.V. Parts
Milo
Pure thick Cream
Johnson's Baby
Powder
Merchandise
Atlas Paint

Adverts

Personal effects

Personal effects
Metch:,r.ndis


10 .2.72
9,


24. 2.72
99

25. 2.72



25. 2.72






26. 2.72

28. 2.72
6. 3.72
99
,,9
99


19.11.71
'9

,,


114 1














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(NQ. 36). 315


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


Date
Ware- Conveyance
housed


Consignee


19.11.71
99
,99
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5,
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,,
9,
,99




30.11.71


Quantity &
Marks & Nos. Description



E.B. 3 Cases
H.B. #1-3 3 Cases
H.B. #1-2 2 Cases
No marks 1 loose
P.T. 5000 1 Drum
G.A.F. 2 Bales
St. Vincent #25 1 Ctn.
No marks 1 Ctn.
L.B. & Co. 1 Case
Low Budget & Co. 1 Case
L.B. & S. 3 Ctns.
P.H.V. 2 Bags
P.H.V. 1 Case
Pete St. Vincent Ltd. 1 Ctn.


c/o -Corea & Co.
A.R.C.

Connells -1390
P.H.V.
No marks
No marks
No marks
H.B.
E.D.L. & S. #34
E.D.L. & S.
205/70 #23
E.D.L. &S. 350/70
E.D.L. & S. 350/70
Layne A. 4 x 5384
E.D.L. & S. #6
E.D.L. & S.
L.T. & Co. V7
L.T. & Co. 3
JKB Trinidad
St. Vincent Motors
Alt. Patric Punette
No marks
No marks
C & W 1689-
Bequia
No marks # 1


Declared
Contents


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


1 Ctn. Sherwin Williams
Paint


1 Case
1 Ctn.
1 Case
2 Rolls
1 Case
1 Case
1 Case
1 Case

1 Case
1 Case
1 Case
1 Case
4 Ctns.
1 Bale
7 Bags
1 Case
1 Case

1 Bag
4 Drums
3 Ctns.


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

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

Clamps
Merchandise
Adhesive


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 1 Pkg.
Geest Industries 1 Pkg.
10257
Mathnew Davis 1 Pkg.
-18997812
Barclays Bank 1 Pkg.
--0179315
Reliance Pharmacy 1 Pkg.
-1429355874


Parts
Spare Parts

Personal effects

Tractor parts

Pharmataecuticals


1 Ctn. Wire













316 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36).


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE-(contd.)


Date
Ware-
housed


Conveyance


24.11.71 L.I.A.T.


29.11.71
1.12.71

1.12.71
16.12.71

16.12.71


Consignee



L.I.A.T.


99


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


1. 2.72

3. 2.72

4. 2.72

9. 2.72


Quantity &
Marks & Nos. Description


St. Vincent Motors 1 Pkg.
-0200018
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.
-32614368244
E. Alexander 1 PkE.
-85584
Reliance Pharmacy 1 Pkeg.
-32774
Lois Michael 1 Pkg.
0167863
B. Charklroft 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
Barclav's Bark 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
Lulleys Store
-0168751
Barclays Bank
-0171318
J.H.H.-781213
Star Garage
-42041716
St. Vincent Motors
-0125321
Caribbean Sailing
Yachts-23568311
S. G. DeFreitas
-7425623
Hazells Limited
-11757266


Declared
Contents


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.

Cosmretic

Service Literature

G.M.U.

Nozzles
G.M.U.

Auto r arts

Wearing Apparel


1 Pkg. Auto parts
1 Pkg. Engine parts ]

2 Pkgs. Textiles

1 Pkg. G.M.U.
1 Pkg. Business forms


1 Pkg.


Dry Battery


1 Pkg. Ship Docs.

2 Pkgs. Catalogues

1 Pkg. Display cards













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36). 317


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.
9)


Singer-077102 2 Pkgs.
Canadian Imperial 2 Pkgs.
-23682471
Unknown-0159890 1 Pkg.
E. Alexandre 1 Pkg.
-328302
Howard Winn 1 Pkg.
-0180419
Royal Bank of 1 Pkg.
Canada-T'dad
Dredging Co.
-22591730
Caribbean Sailing 1 Pkg.
Yacht-14692506
Mr. Arallance 1 Pkg.
-24057762
Barclays Bank 1 Pkg.
-05207204
St. Vincent Motors 1 Pkg.
-0215404
St. Vincent Marine 1 Pkg.
-159324
Cobblestone 1 Pkg.
-709604
D. Timmins 2 Pkgs.
-01132
V. Browne 1 Pkg.
-035333
Connells-13370 1 Pkg.
St. Vincent Motors 1 Pkg.
-207761
E.D.L.-02327 1 Pkg.
T.M.M.-6406 1 Pkg.
Trinidad Dredging 2 Pkgs.
-30767
Star Garage 1 Pkg.
-61730
Star Garage- 1 only


Mr. Hercules 1 Pkg.
N/M 1 Pkg.
Trinidad Dredging 1 Pkg.
-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


G.M.U.
Brass Ware

G.M.U.
Personal effects

G.M.U.

Engine Farts



G.M.U.

Personal effects

Bulletins

Printed matter

Marine equipment

G.M.U.


Merchandise

Clothing


G.M.U.
Auto Parts

G.M.U.
Merchandise
Engine Parts

M.V. Parts

Duffy-Personat
effects
G.M.U.
Panties
Merchandise

Merchandise
Merchandise

Clutch Plate

Sports equipment

Tomato Sauce

G.M.U.

G.M.U.

Fire extinguishers.

Diesel engine













318 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 JULY, 1972.-(No. 36).


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 I Pkg.
Royal Bank of 3 Pkgs.
Canadsa-0214356 -


Fiat parts


Printed matter

Car parts
G.M.U.
Display stands


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 30 cents. ]




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