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389


SAINT VINCENT-'


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE



VoL. 106.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973. [No. 52.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 156.
TREASURY BILLS
ISSUE NO. 4.
Tenders are invited for the issue of St. Vincent Government Treasury
Bills which will be made to the amount of one million, seven hundred thousand
dollars ($1,700,000).
These Bills will be in denominations of $500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000, $50,000,
$100,000 and will be payable at par ninety one days after the date of issue.
'They will be issued on Tuesday 18th September, and will be payable on Tuesday
18th December, 1973.
Each tender must be for an amount of not less than $1,000, and must specify
the amount which will be given for every one hundred dollars of the amount
tendered.
Applications forms are available at the Treasury and the Commereial
Banks, and when completed should be forwarded to the Financial Secretary,
Ministry of Finance in sealed envelopes addressed:
Treasury Bill Tender
The Financial Secretary,
Ministry of Finance,
Ministry Building.
Applications must reach the Ministry of Finance not later than 3 p.m. on
Friday 14th September, 1973.
Successful applicants will be notified not later than Monday 17th Septem-
ber, 1973.
The Government of St. Vincent reserves the right to accept or reject any
tender in whole or in part.
Ministry of Finance,
.Ministry Building,
10th September, 1973.


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390 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


No. 157.

PROSPECTUS

FOR

A LOAN OF $4 MILLION

Part of a loan of $6 Millin

Authorised under Act No. 21 1973

BY ISSUE OF

8% Development Bonds 1987/88

PRICE OF ISSUE 98 per cent


The Government of St. Vincent invites applications for St. Vincent 8 % Development Bonds as stated above.
The Bonds will be issued under the General Local Loan Ordinance 1962 (No. 11 of 1962). The list of applications.
will be open at 10 a.m. on Friday 31st August and will remain open until the full amount of the issue is sub-
scribed or until further notice.


PURPOSES

The proceeds of the issue will be applied to such Development projects as may be approved by the Govern-
ment.


REDEMPTION OF BONDS -SINKING FUND AND SECURITY

The Bonds will be repayable at par not later than 1st September 1988, but the Government of St. Vincent will
have the option of redeeming the bonds in whole or in part, by drawings or otherwise, at par on or at any time
after 1st September 1987 on giving six months' notice by advertisement in the "Gazette" and one local newspaper
circulating in St. Vincent.

A Sinking Fund will be formed for the redemption of the Bonds, and half yearly contributions to the Fund,will
be at the rate of not less than one per cent per annum; the fund contributions will be taken on or before the
1st September, 1974. These contributions may be increased and will only be discontinued, if and when the value of
the Fund is sufficient with further accumulations of interest to ensure the repayment of the Bonds at the final date.

The Bonds are secured on the general revenues and assets of St. Vincent.


DENOMINATIONS

The Bonds will be of the denominations of $100, $500, $2,500 and $5,000 East Caribbean Currency.

Every Bond and coupon and the right to receive the principal and interest represented thereby will be trans-
ferable by delivery.

INTEREST

Interest will be payable half yearly by bearer coupons (attached to the Bonds) on 1st September and 1st
March of each year. Coupons will be negotiable on demand at the Treasury, St. Vincent or at other Revenue
Offices in the territory.

The principal and interest thereon will not be subjected to any taxes, duties or levies of the Government of
St. Vincent.

PUBLIC DEBT

The Public Debt of St. Vincent as at 31st December 1971 was $6,105,077.


The nominal value of Sinking Funds at the same date was $687.268.










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 391



APPLICATIONS AND GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS

Applicationis o- tx~ attache for n will b- received at the offic of. th Financial Secretary, Ministry of Finance
and must b, accompanied by the full amount of the purchase price of the Bonds for which application is made.
Cheques should be made payable to the Accountant General of St. Vincent.

A separate cheque mu3t accompany each application. In the case of partial allotment the surplus will be
refunded.

Prospectus and Application Forms may be obtained at the offices of the Financial Secretary, Ministry of
Finance, the Treasury, Kingstown, and at the following Banks:-

Barclays Bank International, St. Vincent

The Royal Bank of Canada, St. Vincent

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, St. Vincent

The St. Vincent Co-Operative Bank Ltd.

The Agricultural and Co-operative Bank of St. Vincent


Ministry of Finance
10th August, 1973.


No. 130.
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:-


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


(2) Loudspeaker and
Announcements.


Radio


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.


Three saluting guns will (3) The siren will blow for
be fired. (3) The siren will blow for
5 minutes.


RURAL AREAS:


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

(2) Loudspeaker and Radio
Announcements.


(1) Two red flags with black
rectangular centres will be
flown from Police Stations.
(2) Church Bells will ring for
5 minutes.


31st July, 973.


KINGSTOWN:









SAINT VINCENT,. TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


No. 153.
TENDERS FOR THE OPERATION
OF A CAFETERIA IN THE
TERMINAL BUILDING
ARNOS VALE AIRPORT-ST. VINCENT-.

Tenders are invited and will be re-
ceived for the operation of a Cafeteria
in the Terminal Building, Arnos Vale,
St. Vincent, for a period of two (2)
years.
2. The successful tenderer will be
required to serve liquor, refreshments
and light hot meals on the premises,
equip the premises with:
(a) at least one refrigerator or
deep freeze unit;


(b)
S (c)


one cooking range; and
must hold a liquor licence, and
pay rental for the premises as
may be fixed from time to time
by the Government.


3. The successful tenderer will be
Required to sign a written agreement
of terms and conditions. The business
must be opened at least one hour before
the arrival of any scheduled aircraft,
and at least one hour after the
-depnrture of such scheduled aircraft,
and not later than 7.30 p.m. daily.
4. Government does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
5. Tenders marked "Tender for
Cafeteria, Arnos Vale Airport,' should
be submitted to the Chairman, Tenders
Board, c/o Ministry of Finance, Minis-
terial Building, Kingstown, to reach
'fm not later than 12th September,
1973.
28th August, 1973.



No. 158.
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND
FELLOWSHIP PLAN:
POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP IN
TROPICAL AGRICULTURE; 1974:
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO.

The Government of Trinidad and
'Tobago has invited St. Vincent to nomi-
nate a suitably qualified graduate for
the award of a Commonwealth Scholar-
ship in Tropical Agriculture.
2. The Scholarship is tenable from
O-tober 1974, at the University of the
West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad.
The award will be for two years in the
first instance.
3. The scholarship covers expenses
for travel, living and study. Family
allowances are payable, provided that
the scholar's family accompany him to


Trinidad and that his wife is not em-
ployed. No passages are provided for
dependents, however.
4. Applicants should not have
reached their 35th birthday by 1st
October, 1974. Preference will be
given to candidates between 22 and 28
years of age.
5. The successful candidate will be
required to sign a Bond, with sureties,
to return to St. Vincent for a specified
period, on completion of his studies.
6. Applications, on Form T1, should
be submitted to the Chief Personnel
Officer for attention of Training Offi-
cer by 31st October 1973. The names
and addresses of three referees, two of
them persons under whom the candi-
date has worked or studied, should be
submitted with the application forms.
Copies or certificates and/or diplomas
should also be attached.
7. Applications which are incom-
plete or not supported by the required
documents will not be entertained.
11th September, 1973.



No. 159.
COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP AND
FELLOWSHIP PLAN AWARDS TO THE
UNITED KINGDOM AND CANADA
1973/74.

The Governments of the United
and Canada have invited nominations
from St. Vincent of suitably qualified
men and women, for the award of
Commonwealth Scholarships tenable at
Universities in the United Kingdom and
Canada. Awards will be available in
the academic year commencing Septem-
ber 1974.
2. Commonwealth Scholarships are
available primarily for advanced study
or research and are open to graduates
of recognized universities.
3. Post graduate awards in medicine
are available under the United King-
dom Commonwealth Medical Award
Scheme.
4. Under special circumstances, and
where a particular undergraduate pro-
gramme is not available in the area,
applications for undergraduate award
may be considered. Vincentians may
therefore apply for undergraduate
courses in the following fields:
Agricultural Engineering
Drama
Food Chemistry








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


The minimum requirement is three
'A' Levels, preferably with A-C
grades. No E grades will be accepted.
5. Applicants should not have
reached their 35th birthday by 1st
October, 1974 although in special cir-
cumstances this age limit may be
raised. Preference will in any case be
given to candidates between 22 and 28
years of age.
6. Awards will normally be made
for a period of two academic years, un-
less the course requirement demands
less. Medical awards are made for one
year in the first instance but may be
extended up to a maximum of three
years where the United Kingdom Com-
mission considers it appropriate.
7. Each scholarship covers expenses
for travel, living and study. A mar-
riage allowance is payable in the
United Kingdom and Canada, provided
the Scholar's spouse has accompanied
him/her and is not on scholarship or in
paid employment. Two-thirds of the
spouse's return fare is payable to
Canadian Commonwealth Scholars.
No provision is made for any depend-
ants' passages to the United Kingdom.
8. Successful candidates will be re-
quired to sign a Bond, with sureties to
return to St. Vincent on completion of
their studies for a specific period.
Applications, on Form T1 should be
submitted to the Chief Personnel Offi-
cer for attention of Training Officer,
by 31st October, 1973. The names and
addresses of three referees, two of
whom should be persons under whom
the candidate has studied or worked,
should be submitted with the applica-
tion forms. Copies of certificates or
diplomas should also be attached.
Applications which are incomplete or
not supported by the required docu-
ments will not be entertained.
11th September, 1973.


No. 160.
TRAINING COURSE IN PRINCIPLES
AND PRACTICE OF SOCIAL WORK-
U.W:I. MONA.

The Extra-Mural Department of the
University of the West Indies has an-
nounced its (Twelfth) four-month
course in the Principles and Practice
of Social Work, to be held at the Social
*Welfare Training Centre, U. W. I:,
Mona, Jamaica from January 7th tc
April 26th 1974.


2. The course is designed to meet
the needs of persons working in the
broad field of social welfare-either as
professional or voluntary workers in
recognized agencies-who have had at
least three years' experience but no.
professional training.
3. The University, through the
assistance of UNICEF, will be offering
n number of scholarships for the course.
These awards cover return passages,
subsistence allowance, course fees and
other related expenses.
4. Applications, on Form T1, should
be submitted to the Chief Personnel
Officer for attention of Training Off-
cer, by September 22nd, 1973.
11th September, 1973.
By Command,
0. E. LETGERTWOOD,
Permanent Secretary,
Premier's Ofice.
PREMIER'S OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT.
11th September, 1973.


DEPARIMFNTAL AI]D C1EIR
NOTICES.


TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE

Adult Evening Classes for the cur-
rent school year, September 1973 to July
1974, would be offered at the Technical
Centre, Kingstown, in the following
subjects:
1. BASIC ELECTRICITY
Friday 6.00-8.00 p.m.
2. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
Monday 6.00-8.00 p.m.
3. HOME MECHANICS
Wednesday 6.00-8.00 p.m.
4. WELDING
Thursday 6.00-8.00 p.m.
5. WOOD WORK
Tuesday 4.30-6.30 p.m.
Application forms are obtainable at
the Technical Centre.
Completed forms and a Treasury re-
ceipt for $2.00 registration fee should
be submitted to the Centre on or before
Monday 17th September.
K. A. BOWMAN,
Acting Permanent Secretary,
, Education and Youth Affiairs.
11th September, 1973.


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SAINT ViNCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


ST. VINCENT:

IN THE COURT OF APPEAL
NOTICE

TAKE NOTICE that the Court of
Appeal will sit in the State of St. Vin-
cent, commencing on Monday the 24th
d,.y of September, 1973 at 9 o'clock in
the forenoon.

Dated this 9th day of September,
1973.

S. J. BERTRAND,
Deputy Registrar,
Court of Appeal,
St. Vincent.

Registrar's Office,
Kingstown,
St. Vincent.



PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING
SERVICES PREQUALIFICATION FOR
ADDITIONS TO A DEEP WATER
PORT IN KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


The Government of St. Vincent in-
vites the submission of pre-qualification
data from interested consulting engin-
eering firms in connection with the
proposed construction of additions to
the existing deep water port facility
located in Kingstown harbour St. Vin-
-cent.
Scope of engineering work includes
the design of the additional structures
and preparation of appropriate engin-
eering drawings and specifications, as
wcll as all other contract drawings re-
quired for construction tender of the
project, and also supervision and in-
spection of construction.

The project calls for the construction
of a 90-foot long by 40-foot wide exten-
sion of the existing 900-foot long off-
shore marginal concrete wharf at its
eastern end; the construction of a
detached mooring dolphin off the west-
ern end of the wharf; re-fendering of
the schooner wharf on the inside of the
extension arm of the existing wharf;
the construction of a transit shed exten-
sion 220 feet by 50 feet wide along the
seaward side of the existing transit shed
so as to double its width; the con-
strwtion of an equipment service garage
50 feet by 40 feet wide; and minor
ancillarv works. Total estimated cost
is about US$400,000 including engineer-
ing and supervision.


Consideration will be limited to firms
or joint-ventures of firms whose regular
place of business is in:
(a) the United States
(b) Regional member countries of
the Caribbean Development Bank
(CDB) i.e. Jamaica, Trinidad &
Tobago, Bahamas, Guyana, Bar-
bados, Antigua, British Hon-
duras, Dominica, Grenada, St.
Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla. St. Lucia,
St. Vincent, Montserrat, British
Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands,
Turks & Caicos Islands.
(c) Non-Regional member countries
of CDB i.e. Canada and the
United Kingdom.
Financing of the project is expected
to be made by the Government of St.
Vincent and by the Caribbean Develop-
ment Bank.
Qualification information submitted
for consideration should stress similar
types of work performed and location
thereof. Consulting firms, whether act-
ing singly or in joint-ventures should
each submit an executed copy of a form
which may be obtained from the Office
of the Chief Technical Officer, Ministry
of Communications and Works, Kings-
town, St. Vincent, West Indies, or from
the Caribbean Development Bank Treas-
ury Building, Bridgetown, Barbados,
W.I.
Prequalification information must be
received not later than 28th September,
1973, in the Office of the Minister of
Communications and Works, Kingstown,
St. Vincent, with a copy being sent to
the Caribbean Development Bank in
Barbados W.I.
In evaluating the data presented, an
important consideration will be the
firms' or joint-ventures first hand know-
ledge of the site and working conditions
in the region.
ARTHUR W. DALRYMPLE,
Chief Technical Officer,
Ministry of Communications and Works
Kingstown, St. Vincent.
Date: 18th July, 1973.

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING
SERVICES FOR FFEEDER ROADS
PROJECT-ST. VINCENT

The Government of St. Vincent
through the Ministry of Communica-
tions and Works, invites the submission
of pre-qualification data from in-
terested consulting engineering firms
in connection with the proposed con-
struction of Feeder Roads in St.
Vincent.









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


The scope of engineering work in-
cludes engineering surveys, the pre-
paration of the appropriate drawings
and specifications, as well as all con-
tract documents required for con-
struction tender of the project,
supervision and inspection of con-
struction, and issuance of payment
certificates.
The proposed calls for the con-
struction and improvement of 261/4
miles of Feeder Roads. Approximately
14 miles involve the cutting of new
roads. It is intended that the roads
follow the existing tracks in order that
deviation and land acquisition be kept
to the minimum.


The preliminary design
roads are as follows:-
Excavated Width 24
Base material 15
Paving 12
Shoulders 2
Drains 2
Horizontal Curvature 50
Gradients-Maximum 1


data for the

ft.
"t

X 3"
X 3"
in min:
in 7


Bridges to be single lane with deck
width of 11 ft. Passing places for
trucks to be provided at every 500 ft.
Bridges are to be left unreconstructed
wherever it is possible to do so. The
total cost of the project including
engineering design and supervision of
construction is expected to be of the
order of EC$2 million plus.
Consideration will be limited to
-firms or Joint Ventures of firms whose
regular place of business is in:-
(a) The United States of America..
(b) Regional member countries
of the Caribbean Development
Bank (CDB) i.e. Jamaica,
Trinidad and Tobago, Baha-
mas, Guyana, Barbados,


Antigua, British Honduras,
Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts-
Nevis-Anguilla, St. Lucia, St:
Vincen t, Cayman Islands,
Turks and Caicos Islands, and
Montserrat.
(c) Non-regional member countries
of CDB, i.e. Canada and the
United Kingdom; and Vene-
zuela.
Financing of the project is expected
to be made by the Government of St.
Vincent and the Caribbean Develop-
ment Bank.
Qualification information submitted
for consideration should stress similar
types of work performed, and the
location thereof. Consulting firms,
whether acting singly or in Joint Ven-
tures should submit an executed copy
of a form which may be obtained from
the office of the Chief Technical Officer,
Ministry of Communications and
Works, Kingstown, St. Vincent, West
Indies, or from the Caribbean Develon-
ment Bank, Treasury Building, Bridge-
town, Barbados, West Indies:
Pre-qualification information must
be received not later than 15th October
1973 in the office of the Ministry of
Communication and Works, Kingstown,
St. Vincent, W.I.
In evaluating the data presented a
short list shall be prepared of three or
four firms or Joint Ventures who will
be requested to submit non-priced
technical proposals for the project.
An important consideration will be the
firms' or the Joint Ventures' who have
first hand knowledge of the sites and
working conditions in the region.

ARTHUR W. DALRYMPLE,
Chief Technical Officer.


SAINT VINCENT.

NOTICE

BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE "LAND AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE
CAP. 194", AS AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NO. 12/54.



Notice is hereby given that the following properties which were sold at
Public Auction for arrears of taxes on 10th August, 1973, will Vest absolutely
in the purchasers' names unless the Owners or any other person or persons


395










396 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


having an interest in the properties sold, pay into the Treasury the said
Purchase Price Plus Ten Per Centum thereof before the expiration of three
(3) months from the date of sale.
M. M. SCOTT,
Accountant General.
Treasury Chambers,
Kingstown,
Saint Vincent,
27th August, 1973.


Name of Owner, Situation of Description Purchase Date of
Attorney or Occupier. Property of Property Price Sale


Adolus Garraway Rose Iall 32 poles
of land $40.00 10.8.73

Edwin E. King Questelles Two (2)
acres of
land $55.00 10.8.73

Edward Williams Richmond One Dwell-
Vale ing House $12.00 10.8 73


NOTICE
UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE NO. 11 OF 1948


It is notified for general information that the Quarterly LIQUOR LICEN-
SING SESSION will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose
of hearing applications from the applicants in their respective parishes, for
the granting of Certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Liquor
Licences Ordinance No. 11 of 1948, at the times and places stated herewith.


Parish


Time and Place of Session


St. George & St. Andrew


Charlotte


St. Patrick


Grenadines: (Bequia)


...... At the Court House, Kingstown on
Wednesday, 26th September, 1973 at
9.00 a.m.
...... At the Court House, Georgetown on
Monday, 17th September, 1973 at
10.00 a.m.
...... At the Court House, Barrouallie on
Thursday, 13th September, 1973 at
9.30 a.m.
At the Court House, Port Elizabeth
on Friday, 28th September, 1973 at
10.00 a.m.


Notice of the intention to oppose the grant of any certificate stating in
general terms the grounds of opposition must be served upon the applicant
and upon the Magistrates, not later than seven (7) days before the date fixed
for the holding of the Licensing Session.

C. L. COLLYMORE,
A. E. CATO,
D. K. MC INTYRE,
Magistrates.









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 397


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES


Names of
Applicants


Eamelyn Richardson
Sonny Revierre
Lesline Priscod


Occupation


Shopkeeper
Mechanic
Housewife


Ida Caesar Domestic
Granville Cruickshank Mason
Celia Cupid Housewife
Kerwyn Culzac Foreiman
Ruby Hazell Housewife
*Erlene Abraham Shopkeeper


Adams Bros.
Carsyl Agency
Vincent Beache
for
Aquatic Club
Timmins Trust Co.
Ltd. (Le Gourmet)


Proprietor
Manager
Electronic
Technician


Residence Situation of
Premises

CarrierE Carriere
New Montrose Cane Grove
Redemption Redemption
Sharpes Sharpes
Daphne Daphne
Rillan Hill Rillan Hill
Dauphine Dauphine
Clare Valley Claie Valley
Rose Plutce Rose Place
Upper Middle Upper Middle
Street Street
Arnos Vale Arnos Vale
Kingstown Kingstown
Kingstown Villa


Trading Co. James St.
Kingstown


James St.
Kingstown


Charlotte *Leonard John
Henry St. Hillaire
Kate Simmons
Cornelius Ollivierre
Venita Humphrey
Yvonne Barnwell


St. Patrick


Grenadines
(Bequia)


Rocena Alexander
Elsie Charles

Simeon Simmons


Proprietor
Proprietor
Domestic
Shopkeeper
Domestic
Housewife


Georgetown
Greggs
Diamonds
Cedars
Georgetown
Lowmans Wd.


Georgetown
Greggs
Colonarie
Cedars
Georgetown
Lowmans Wd.


Housewife Barrouallie Barrouallie
Housewife Spring Village Spring Village


Contractor Lower Bay


Lower Bay


*Change of Holder.





WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS


PROPOSALS ONLY-To be posted up until 24th September, 1973.

Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving
effect to the proposals set out hereunder.

WAGES COUNCIL ORDER NO. 1 OF 1973.

The Agricultural Workers Wages Council



The Agricultural Workers Wages Council hereby gives notice of its in-
tention to submit to Cabinet proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum
remuneration and holidays with pay specified in the Schedule below.

The Wages Council will consider any WRITTEN representation with
respect to these proposals sent to it within 14 days from 11th September,
1973. Any such representation should be SIGNED by the persons making


Parish


St. Andrew
&
St. George


Class


3
6 & 8

3
a
3
3
3
3

6 & 8
6 & 8
1
6 & 8


6 & 8
3

6 & 8










398 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


the same (giving his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages
Council.

Copies of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of the
Wages Council.

It is desirable that persons making objections should state the precise
grounds for their objections.

Dated this 7th day of September, 1973. Issued by the Order of the
Agricultural Workers Wages Council.

V. A. BRERETON,
Secretary Wages Council.

Department of Labour,
Upper Bay Street,
Kingstown.
'7th September, 1973.

AGRICULTURAL WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL
DRAFT PROPOSALS
SCHEDULE



1. The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers to whom this
Order applies, employed on time work, shall be as follows:-
MEN -$3.50 per day for a day of 8 hours
WOMEN -2.80 per day for a day of 8 hours

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR OVERTIME
2. Whenever a worker to whom this Order applies, employed on time
work, works with the consent of his employer for more than eight hours on
any ordinary day he shall be paid (except as is hereinafter provided) for
every hour or part thereof time and a half, and for all work done on Sundays
and Public Holidays, double time: Provided that this does not apply to stock-
men, grooms, and workers employed on the shift system but whose total earn-
ings must not be less than the daily minimum wage when such earnings are
divided by the number of days worked in the period whether paid on a weekly,
forthnightly or monthly basis.

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR WATCHMEN
3. Watchmen employed under this Order shall not receive less than the
daily minimum wage when such earnings are divided by the number of hours
actually worked in the period whether paid on a weekly, forthnightly of
monthly basis.

MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR PIECE WORK AND TASK WORK.
4. The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers to whom this Order
applies, when employed on piece work, or task work, shall be as follows:
Digging Arrowroot: 65 per basket measuring 28" in diameter and filled
Digging Peanuts: to a height of 14";
40 per kerosene tin filled to the height of the tin;
Picking Cotton: 4 per lb. (No deduction for moisture).

Provided that where a worker is employedon any piece work or task
work the employer shall be deemed to pay wages at less than the minimum
wage unless he shows that the rate for a period of 8 hours was not less than
the minimum wage for a day:









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 399


HOLIDAYS WITH PAY
5. Every worker to whom this Order applies shall be entitled to holidays
with pay as follows:-
1. 8 days holiday with pay for 176 days and over worked
2. 7 days holiday with pay for 151-175 days worked
3. 6 days holiday with pay for 126-150 days worked
4. 5 days holiday with pay for 100-125 days worked.


WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS

PROPOSALS ONLY-To be posted up until 24th September, 1973.

Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving
effect to the proposals set out hereunder.


Wages Council Order No. 2 of 1973

THE DOMESTIC SERVANTS WAGES COUNCIL

The Domestic Servants Wages Council hereby gives notice of its intention
to submit to Cabinet proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum remuneration
and holidays with pay specified in the Schedule below.

The Wages Council will consider any WRITTEN representation with res-
pect to these proposals sent to it within 14 days from 11th September, 1973.
Any such representation should be SIGNED by the persons making the same
(giving his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council.

Copies of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of the
Wages Council.

It is desirable that persons making objections should state the precise
grounds for their objections.

Dated this 7th day of September, 1973. Issued by the Order of the
Domestic Servants Wages Council.

V. A. BRERETON,
Secretary Wages Council.
Department of Labour,
TTuper Bay Street,
Kingstown.
7th September, 1973.

DOMESTIC SERVANTS WAGES COUNCIL

DRAFT PROPOSALS

SCHEDULE

WAGE RATES:
1. (a) The minimum rate of wages to be paid to domestic workers shall
be as follows:-
With Meals Without Meals
$45.00 per month $70.00 per month

Provided that persons working for the first time as domestics or persons
without adequate references shall be paid on probation for a period of 6 months
and shall be paid the minimum rate as follows:-
With Meals Without Meals
$35.00 per month $55.00 per month









400 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


(b) Any domestic servant employed on a day to day basis shall be paid at
the minimum rate of $3.00 for an eight-hour day or part thereof, without meals.
HOURS OF WORK
2. (a) The week shall be considered as beginning on Monday morning
and ending on Sunday evening.
(b) Hours of work shall not exced ten in the dpy:
Provided that for persons supplied with living quarters the hours of work shall
not exceed eleven in any day.
(c) During the hours of work, breaks of two hours shall be allowed which
shall include one hour for meals.
(d) Whenever it is necessary to keep a domestic worker at work on special
occasions for any period in excess of the stipulated number of hours, the
employer shall be required to give this extra time off to her on another day of
the week.
WEEKLY REST PERIOD
3. Every domestic worker shall be granted one free afternoon in each
week, and in addition two free Sundays in each month.
HOLIDAYS WITH PAY:
4. (a) Every domestic worker shall be entitled to one week's Holiday
with full pay after 12 months continuous service with one employer and two
weeks holiday with full pay for every subsequent period of 12 months. This
holiday shall be given within one month of its becoming due, but at the request
of either party it may be deferred to a later date.
(b) Every domestic worker shall, in addition to the above, be entitled to
one week's sick leave with full pay on production of a medical certificate before
the third day of absence from work through illness should she become ill after
the completion of 6 months continuous service with one employer.



WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS

PROPOSALS ONLY-To be posted up until 24th September, 1973.
Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving
effect to the proposals set out hereunder.

Wages Council Order No. 3 of 1973

THE INDUSTRIAL WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL

The Industrial Workers Wages Council hereby gives notice of its intention
to submit to Cabinet proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum remuneration
and holidays with pay specified in the Schedule below.
The Wages Council will consider any WRITTEN representation with res-
pect to these proposals sent to it within 14 days from 11th September, 1973.
Any such representation should be SIGNED by the persons making the same
(giving his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council.
Copies of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of the
Wages Council.
It is desirable that persons making objections should state the precise
grounds for their objections.

Dated this 7th day of September, 1973. Issued by the Order of the
Industrial Workers Wages Council.
V. A. BRERETON,
Secretary Wages Council.
Department of Labour,
TT)per Bay Street,
Kingstown.
7th September, 1973. ...











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 401


INDUSTRIAL WORKERS WAGES COUNCIL

DRAFT PROPOSALS

SCHEDULE

1. MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR TIME WORK.
The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers to whom this Order
applies, employed on time work, shall be as follows:
Workers in Industrial Undertakings set out in paragraphs (a), (b), (c)
and (d) of the Schedule to the Wages Council (Industrial Undertakings) Order,
1958 (S.R. & 0. 1958, No. 25) :-
MEN -$5.25 per day for a day of 8 hours
WOMEN -$3.90 per day for a day of 8 hours

Provided that persons sDecified in paragraph (c) of the Schedule to the
Wages Council (Industrial Undertakings) Order, 1958, who are employed in
-cleaning and clearing road side drains and trimming grass verges and roadside
embankments and removing litter caused by such clearing operations and any
other unskilled workers specified in that paragraph shall be paid a minimum
of:-
MEN -$4.00 per day for a day of 8 hours
WOMEN -$3.00 per day for a day of 8 hours

2. MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR OVERTIME
Whenever a worker to whom this Order applies, employed on time work,
works with the consent of his employer, for more than 8 hours on an ordinary
day or on a Public Holiday, he shall be paid (except as hereinafter provided)
for every hour or part thereof, time and a half, and for all work done on any
PUBLIC HOLIDAY or Sunday double time.

Provided that this does not apply to workers employed on the shift system
but whose earnings shall not be less than the daily minimum wage when such
,earnings are divided by the number of days worked in the period, whether paid
,on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis.

3. MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR WATCHMEN
Any watchmen employed in Industrial Undertakings set out in paragraphs
(a), (b), (c) and (d) of the Wages Council (Industrial Undertakings) Order,
1958, shall be paid $5.25 per shift of 12 hours.

Provided that this schedule shall not be construed as entitling watchmen
to be paid overtime rates for watching on Sundays or Public Holidays.

4. REST PERIOD
Every watchman to whom this Order applies, shall be granted one free
night with full pay per fortnight.

5. MINIMUM REMUNERATION FOR PIECE WORK AND TASK
WORK
The minimum remuneration to be paid to workers to whom this Order
,applies, when employed on piece work for a period of 8 hours shall not be less
than the daily minimum wage.

HOLIDAYS WITH PAY
Ev'ry worker to whom this Order applies shall be entitled to holidays with
-pay as follows:-
(a) 14 working days holiday with pay for 201 days and over worked;
(b) 12 working days holiday with pay for 176-200 days worked;
(c) 10 working days holiday with pay for 151-175 days worked;
(d) 8 working days holiday with pay for 126-150 days worked;
(e) 6 working days holiday with pay for 100-125 days worked.









402 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


7. SICK LEAVE
A worker shall, in addition to the above, be entitled to 7 days sick leave
with full pay on the production of a Medical Certificate, should he become ill
at any time after the completion of 166 days.

NOTE
WORKERS TO WHOM THIS ORDER APPLIES AS PROVIDED BY
THE WAGES COUNCIL (INDUSTRIAL UNDERTAKINGS)
ORDER, 1958.

Any worker employed by any person, firm, association, company, corporation
or undertaking (not including workers to whom the Wages Council (Agricul-
tural) Order 1956 and the Wages Council (Port Workers) Order, 1957) apply)
engaged in connection with the following industrial undertakings:-
(a) Mines, quarries and other works for the extraction of mineral from
the earth.
(b) Industries in which articles are manufactured, altered, cleaned, re-
paired, ornamented, finished, adapted for sale, broken up, demolished or in
which materials are transformed, including ship-building and the generation,
transformation and transmission of electricity and motive power of any kind.
(c) Construction, reconstruction, maintenance, repair, alteration or de-
molition of any building, harbour dock, pier, canal, inland waterway, road,
tunnel, bridge, viaduct, sewer, drain, well, telegraphic or telephonic installation,
electrical undertaking, waterwork or other work of construction as well as the
preparation for or laying of the formation of any such work or structure.
(d) Transport of passengers or goods (including agricultural produce and
fertilizers) by road or waterway, (but excluding transport by hand and inter-
island transport).
N.B. This NOTE does not form part of this Order, but is merely added
for convenience.



WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS
PROPOSALS ONLY-To be posted up until 24th September, 1973.
Further notice will be given if a Wages Regulation Order is made giving
effect to the proposals set out hereunder.

Wages Council Order No. 4 of 1973

THE SHOP ASSISTANTS WAGES COUNCIL

The Shop Assistants Wages Council hereby gives notice of its intention to
submit to Cabinet proposals for fixing the Statutory minimum remuneration
and holidays with pay specified in the Schedule below:
The Wages Council will consider any WRITTEN representation with
respect to these proposals sent to it within 14 days from 11th September, 1973:
Any such representation should be SIGNED by the persons making the same
(giving his or her address) and sent to the Secretary of the Wages Council.
Copies of the proposals can also be obtained from the Secretary of the
Wages Council.
It is desirable that persons making objections should state the precise
grounds for their objections.
Dated this 7th day of September, 1973. Issued by the Order of the
Shop Assistants. Wages Council.
V. A. BRERETON,
Secretary Wages Council
Department of Labour,
Upper Bay Street,
Kingstown.
7th September, 1973.











SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 403


SHOP ASSISTANTS WAGES COUNCIL

WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS

SCHEDULE

MINIMUM REMUNERATION OF SHOP ASSISTANTS



1. The minimum rate of remuneration to be paid to the assistant shall
be as follows;:
A. Sales Clerks
(a) Males $115.00 per month or $26.50 per week
(b) Females $100.00 per month or $23.00 per week

Provided that the minimum remuneration to be paid to the sales clerks
under 18 years and over the age of 14 years shall be seventy-five per centum
of the above.

Provided further that sales clerks of 18 years of age and over who have
been employed for the first time as a clerk shall be paid for the first six months
seventy-five per centum of the above rate and thereafter the above minimum
rates shall be paid.

B. Other Categories
(a) Cash Boys and Checker-Out Boys $18.06 per week
(b) Office Boys $16.00 .
(c) Office messenger $20.00 ,
(d) Packers preparing goods for sale and in the $20.00 ,, ,,
(e) store room, and Cleaners
Porters $25.00 .
(f) Watchmen $25.00 .

"Sales Clerk" means any person engaged in selling any goods or articles
to members of the public and includes cashiers and persons employed at Gas
Stations.

"Cash Boy" means any person under 18 years of age taking goods and
cash to the cashier from the sales clerks to be paid for by the customer.

"Checker-out Boy" means any person under 18 years of age engaged in
packaging goods at a counter for customers.

"Office Boy" means any person under 18 years of age performing the
duties of messenger in the office of a shop.

"Office Messenger" means any person over 18 years of age performing the
duties of messenger in the office of a shop.

"Packer" means any person working in the store weighing and parcelling
goods and packing goods in the display shelves in a sales room and persons
engaged in assorting and packing goods in the store room and delivering goods
to the sales clerks.

"Cleaner" means any person working on the premises of a shop and per-
forming the duties of a cleaner.

"Porter" means any person transporting goods to or from a shop or place
of business or on the premises of a business.

"Watchmen" means persons employed to watch shops or offices during
holidays or at nights.










404 "JA-TT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


C. Office clerks
(a) Male $135.00 per month
(b) Female $110.00 per month

Provided that the minimum remuneration to be paid to all office clerks
under the age of 18 years and over the age of 14 years shall be seventy-five
per centum of the above rates.
9
Provided further that office clerks 18 years and over who have been em-
ployed for the first time as an office clerk sha!l be paid for the first six months
not less than eighty per centum of the above rate and thereafter the above
minimum rate shall apply.

"Office Clerk" means a book-keeper, a typist or any person employed in a
shipping, commission, estate or insurance office.

2. OVERTIME WAGES
(1) Every person employed:-
(a) in or about the business of any shop-
(i) on a Public Holiday; or
(ii) during any period in excess of eight hours including one
hour for meals on any day; or
(iii) during a period of natural disaster

(b) in or about the business of an Airport Shop-
(i) on Sundays; or
(ii) ea1rier than eight o'clock in the morning or later than four
o'clock in the evening of any day.

(e) in or about the business of any shop other than an Airport Shop
or Pharmacy-
(i) during any period in excess of forty-four hours in any week;
or
(ii) later than four o'clock in the afternoon on any day during
the Christmas shopping season
,shall be entitled to be paid overtime for the period during which he is employed.
(2) The hourly rates of overtime shall be:-
(a) in respect of employment-
(i) in any shop outside the prescribed hours of business during
the period of a natural disaster; or
(ii) in any shop other than an Airport Shop or Pharmacy during
the period in excess of eight hours in any day, or later than
four o'clock in the afternoon on any day during the Christ-
mas Shopping season; or
(iii) in an Airport Shop earlier than eight o'clock in the morning
or later than four o'c'ock in the afternoon on any day;
one and one-half times the hourly eqivahnt of the normal wages payable to
the person so employed during the week in which he was so employed;

(b) in respect of employment in any shop on a Public Holiday,
twice the hourly equivalent of the normal wages payable to the
person so employed.

(c) in respect of employment-
(i) in an Airport Shop during any period in excess of eight
hours in any day; or
(ii) in any shop in any circumstanees specified !n sub-paragraph
(1) of this paragraph other than circumstances in respect
of which overtime rates are specified in (a) and (b) of this
sub-paragraph (2)
twice the hourly equivalent of the normal wages payable to the person, so
employed during the week in which he was so employed.










SAINT. VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 973.-(No. 52). 405


(3) Where normal.wages are not payable to any person during any
week in which he is so entitled to be paid overtime wages under
this Order, the-,-fer-the- purpose of calculating such overtime
wages:-
(a) The last normal wages payable to him before he became' entitled
. to such overtime wages;,or
(b) if normal wages were never payable to him, or if it is impracti-
cable to use the normal wages prescribed in (a) of this sub-
paragraph (3) as a basis for calculating such overtime wages
the normal wages payable during that week to any person
working in the same category as himself either in the same shop
or in any other shop in the district, village or town;
shall be deemed to be the normal wages payable to him during that week.

HOLIDAYS WITH PAY
3. (a) Every Shop Assistant shall, in addition to Public' Holidays; be'
entitled to not less than fourteen working days holiday in every year, with
full pay, after the completion of one year's service. If during the course of
.-the-second year er.any. subsequent year. of employment, the services of a shop
assistant should be terminated, he shall be paid for the proportional part of
the holiday due at the time of the termination.
-(-- b(-)---Eveiy--Shop -Asistant wiho has completed six months continuous
service shall, in addition to the above, be entitled to seven days sickTleaei-
with full pay on production of a medical certificate before the third.day of
absence fro~n work through illness.

Provided that this schedule shall not be construed as entitling any Shop
Assistant -to more than seven days sick leave in any one year.











71









SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 50).


CUSTOMS NOTICE


By Authority of Sections 27 and 28 of Cap. 183 of the Laws of Saint Vincent, the undermentioned
goods which have been in the Queen's Warehouse Nos. I and 2 and the Baggage Warehouse for more
than three months shall be sold at Public Auction on Saturday 29th September, 1973 unless they are
duly cleared within one month of the first publication of this notice.


S. E. JOSHUA,
Comptroller of Customs and
Evcise.


Kingstown.
9th August, 1973.


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 1


Marks & Nos.


Quantity & Declared
Description Contents


Trader
Trader
Altantic
-Merchant
Novelist


21. 5.73 Ares


Hazell's Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited


Mc C.Y.
Gonsalves
R.I.S.

H.T.


Corea & Company G.W.F.


1 case
15 ctns.
10 ctns.


Advertisements
DeTerry Sherry
Cigarettes


10 ctns. Courvoisier
Cognac
10 ctns, Cointreau
Liqueur


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2
Date
Ware- Ship's Name Consignee Marks & Numbers Quantity & Declared
housed Description Contents


17.10.72 Sea View
4. 1.73 Sea View
4. 1.73 Virginia S. A.
4. 1.73 Sea View
24. 1.73 Gibmac
24. 1.73 Gibmac
24. 1.73 Sargeant
Triumph
31. 1.73 Irma Marie
15. 2.73 Sea View
21. 2.73 Belqueen

21. 2.73 Belqueen
21. 2.73 Nomad
21. 2.73 Arlingham


A. C. Hillocks Ag. Capt. Ramage
A. C. Hillocks Ag. S.G.
George A. Forde Waldron
A. C. Hillocks Ag. Trotmans
George A. Forde M. Dougan
George A. Forde C. Oliver
W. J. Abbott S Sons Esso Std. Oil


A. C. Hillocks Ag.
George A. Forde
A. C. Hillocks Ag.

A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.


E.R.C.
R. Alves
Sunset Shores

H. V. Richardson
G.W.F.
G. Ferrari


1 pkg.
5 bdls.
1 case
1 case
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
2 crates

1 case
1 Drum
6 ctns.

1 Drum
24 ctns.
50 Loose


Window Frames
Paper Bags
Glass
Fasteners
Personal Effects
Personal Effects
Calendars

Shackles
T.L.A.C.
Aluminium
Furniture
Grease
Alcolado
Car Tyres


Date '
Ware-
housed


Ship's Name


Consignee


30. 1.73
30. 1.73
3..3.73

28. 3.73


4o0 ,.







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 407


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-Contd.


Date
Ware- Ship's Name
housed


28. 2.73 Nomad
8. 3.73 Nomad
8. 3.73 Nomad
7. 3.73 Sargeant
Triumph
11. 3.73 Virginia S.A.
11. 3.73 Virginia S.A.
14. 3.73 Irma Marie

14. 3.73 Nomad
16. 3.73 Viva G.
26. 3.73 Nomad
4. 4.73 Alva
31. 3.73 Virginia S.A.
31. 3.73 Virginia S.A.
31. 3.73 Virginia S.A.
26. 4.73 Nomad
27. 3.73 Adonis S.

2. 5.73 Nomad
2. 5.73 Nomad
8. 5.73 Alva

8. 5.73 Alva
8. 5.73 Alva

9. 1.73 G. Port
17. 1.73 Atlantic Sun

18. 1 73 Geest Haven
25. 1.73 Barrister
25. 1.73 Barister
25. 1 73 Barister
26. 1.73 Vlist
29. 1.73 Algean
Dolphin
30. 173 Federal Maple
1. 2.73 Atlantic
Merchant
1. 2.73 Atlantic
Merchant
1. 2.73 Atlantic
Merchant
31. 7.73 Booker Trojan

2. 2.73 Hercules
2. 2.73 Hercules
2. 2.73 Hercules
2. 2.73 Hercules
8. 2.73 Trader
8. 2.73 Trader
8. 2.73 Trader
8. 2.73 Trader

8. 2.73 Trader
14. 2.73 Atahualpa

14. 2.73 Atlantic Sky
15. 2.73 Inga Skou
16. 2.73 Federal Maple
17. 2.73 Vlist


Consignee


Marks & Nos.


A. C. Hillocks Ag. D. Gill
A. C. Hillocks Ag. C.M.L.
A. C. Hillocks Ag. C.M.L.
W. J. Abbott & Sons C.T.L.


George A. Forde
George A. Forde
A. C. Hillocks Ag.

A. C. Hillocks
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
George A. Forde
George A. Forde
George A. Forde
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.

A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.
A. C. Hillocks Ag.

A. C. Hillocks
A. C. Hillocks

Geest Industries
Hazells Limited

Geest Industries
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Corea and Co.

Corea and Co.
Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited

Hazells Ltd.

Corea and Co.

Corea and Co.
Corea and Co.
Corea and Co.
Corea and Co.
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited
Corea and Co.

Hazells Limited
Hazells Ltd.
Corea and Co.
Hazells Limited


G. Ferrari
G. Ferrari
A.V.O.I.L.

D. Gill
L. T. Co.
Singer
A.V.O.I.L.
Biscuit Mclntosh
Biscuit Mclntosh
Biscuit Mclntosh
S.S. Services
St. Vincent Motors
Ltd.
M. Richards
No Marks
Eagle Pharmacy

Royal Pharmacy
Gittus Pharmacy

H.T.
DeFreitas Ent.

Mitchell # 4
McC Y & Co.
H. T. Co. 840
W.B.H. 60922 1-25
Hinds Trading Co.
Benlo

S. G. St. Vincent
McConnie Yammie

McConnie Yammie

R. Brisbane No. 1

Floretta Garrick

C.S.S.L. G.W.F.
C.S.S.L. G.W.F.
V.T.
V.T.
Crowns DR/581
Cape Verde Island
Address St. Vincent
R. A. St.Vincent
W.J. 1172
St. Vincent Motors
Grenadine View SRA
-15621
KGF 525 SVD #75
Nolly Waitt
W.B.H.
N/M


Quantity & Declared
Description Contents


3 Pcs.
1 case
1 case
4 cases

12 loose
1 ctn.
3 drums

1 only
34 pcs.
6 ctns.
7 ctns.
6 pieces
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.


Cushions
Vee Belt
Engine Parts
Gents and child-
ren shoes
Car Tyres
Car Tubes
Water treating
chemicals
Fibre Glass boat
Pitch pine
Stoves
Paints
Steel Rods
Washers
Read lead
Paints
Stationery


1 case Merchandise
M.T. Bags
11 ctns Toilet Prepara-
tions
2 ctns. Medicines
1 ctn. Medicinal
preparations
100 bags Skim Milk
49 ctns. Compound
Putty filler
1 case Merchandise
28 ctns. Sausages
91 ctns. Malta
25 ctns. Paper Napkins
100 ctns. Smoked Herring
33 ctns. Salami Sausages


I case
33 ctns.

33 ctns

1 crt.


Merchandise
Luncheon Loaf

Luncheon Loaf

Refrigerator


2 cases House'hold
Effects
72 only Tyres
1 case Tubes
10 ctns. Salami Sausages
20 ctns. Salami Sausages
13 ctns. Glass Tumblers,
1 case Desk Diaries
1 ctn. Radio Deck
1 case Marine Hard--
ware
1 case Spare Parts
2 ctns. Ice cube
machines
1 ctn. Electric Tools,
1 ctn. Speakers
1 ctn. Lotions
26 ctns. Salted Nuts










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-Contd.

Date
Ware- Ship's Name Consignee Marks & Nos. Quantity & Declared
housed Description Contents


15. 2.73 Federal Maple Corea and Company Bequia Inn


Federal Maple
Geest Land
Geest Land
Geest Haven
Geest Haven
Geest Haven


Corea & Company
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Geest industries
Geest 1-idusLries
Geest Industries


19. 2.73 Geest Crest Geest Industries


20. 2.73
20. 2.73
20. 2.73


Unknown
Geest Tide
Geest Tide


21. 2.73 Geest Land
22. 2.73 Merchant


Federal Maple
Geest Crest
Scholar
Atahualpa

Geest Crest
Geest Crest
Geest Crest
Geest Tide
Geest Tide


Bequia Inn
E.W.R.A.
E.W.R.A.
Lyric Trading Co.
Lyric Trading Co.
Lyric Trading Co.

V.B. & S. 9728


-- Yammie
Geest Industries Penniston Estates
Geest Industries T.E.S.E. 225-
14258/9
Geest Industries B.B. 005417/4122-24
W. J. Abbott & Sons Hinds Trading Co.


Corea & Company S.N. SV684 4431/4
Geest Industries Dyer
Hazells Limited H.T. Co.
Corea & Company Mrs. Bertram
Yearwood
Geest Industries M.C.Y. 1637/1654
Geest Industries M.C.Y. 1637/1654
Geest Industries R.M.S. B4993-4
Geest Indust ies John Punnett
Geest Industries G.W.F. S S.


15. 3.73 Federal Maple Corea & Company N/M


Federal Maple
Atlantic Sky
Un known
Barrister
Federal Maple
Federal Maple


Corea & Co.
Hazells Ltd.
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Corea & Company
Corea & Compa.ny


Essoo
Jolousies
N/M
Telc'- one C S W
McD. B. :
B.O.B. BB 703


3.73 Geest Land Geest Industries L.W.R.A.
3.73 Algeon Dolphin Corea & Comnpany Les Bouca les
3.73 Novelist Hazells Limited Stetchers Ltd. Lot 19


23. 3.73
15. 3.73
23. 3.73
30. 3.73


Novelist
Geest Crest
Geest Star
Geest Crest


30. 3.73 Geest Crest


Hazells Limited
Geest industries
Geest Industries
Geest Industries


Corea S Co.
B.S.S.
H.J.
C.S.S.L. #4859627/1


Geest Industries H.B. #1


30. 3.73 Geest Crest Geest Industries Club S.S. Ltd


11. 4.73
11. 4 73
11. 4 73
12. 4.73


Geest Tide
Geest Tide
Geest Port
Breda


12. 4.73 Breda
12. 4.73 Breda


Geest Indlustries
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Corea & Company


St. Vin. Motors
St. Vin. Motors
J.H.H. S S.
H.T. Co. (002155/1)


Corea & Company H. St. V 002206/1
Corea & Company R.I.S.


3 ctns Stainless steel
servers
1 ctn. Vacuum Jugs
295 only Tyres
9 only Tyres
10 ctns. Tomato Ketchup
5 ctns. Baked Beans
14 ctns. Worcesters-hire
Sauces
1 Bale Dyed Rayon
PC Goods
50 ctns Food products
2 loose Tyres
2 ctns. Air conditioners

3 bales Printing paper
97 ctns. Libbys canned
goods
1 case Merchandise
1 used Coach'
147 ctns. Meat preserves
18 pcs. House.'lold Lffects


16 ctns. Tea
2 bdls. Tea
1 case Merchandise
1 unit Used Land Rover
5 ctns. Advertising
Material
1 pkg. Containing 1
bicycle and I
ironing board
1 Drum Oil
I ctn. Merchandise
50 ctns. Tiles
1 case Merchandise
1 case Merchandise
3 ctns Electric goods
(Batteries)
I only Tyres
I crt. Merc'ar.dise
1 ctn. PFtrfumes and
alvwerts
10 bales Oakum
I only L..:; J Truck
12 ctns. Carbonated water
i only Marina 1300
Saloon
1 case Trendh.,ome
shelving
3 cases Motor Vehicle
parts
5 cases Spare parts
3 bdls. Tool piper
1 case Spare parts
29 ctns. Complan and
Oster Milk
2 cases Adverts
52 ctns. Sweets and
Chewin-Gum


2

1


{.








SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 409'


QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-Contd.


Ship's Name Cons' gnee


Marks & Nos.


Quantity & Declared
Description Contents


Breda
Geest Land
Geest Land
Geest Land
Federal Maple
Brigette Skou
Brigette Skou
Brigette Skou


Corea & Company
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Geest Industries
Corea & Company
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited


Brigette Skou Hazells Limited


Brigette Skou
Brigette Skou
Brigette Skou
Brigette Skou
Brigette Slou


Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited


19. 4.73 Brigette Skou Hazells Limited
19. 4.73 Brigette Skou Hazells Limited


Brigette Skou

Brigette Skou
Brigette Skou
Brigette Skou
Federal Maple
Federal Maple
Federal Maple
Federal Maple

Geest Crest

Geest Crest


Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited
Corea & Company
Corea & Company
Cnrea & Company
Corea & Company

Geest Industries

Geest Industries


12. 4.73
12. 4.73
12. 4.73
12. 4.73
16. 4.73
19. 4.73
19. 4.73
19. 4.73

19. 4.73

19. 4.73
19. 4.73
19. 4.73
19. 4.73
19. 4.73


2. 5.73 Geest Crest Geest Industries U.T.L. V3/69/73


Geest Crest
Aiden
Merchant

Atlantic Sky
Booker Trojan
Sea Saga


10. 5.73 Ares
10. 5.73 Ares


Geest Land
Explorer
Explorer
Unknown


Geest Industries
Corea & Company
Hazells Limited

Hazells Limited
Corea & Company
Lyric Trading Co.

Corea & Company
Corea & Company

Geest Industries
Hazells Limited
Hazells Limited


H.B. #1
H.S. St. Vincent
Teachers College

S.B. K/town
Hinds Trading Co.
HE 3874198 D/R
2495
S.P.N. 28 29
S.P./N 28 29

U.S.C.L. Tws
H.T. Co. 1-25
41667/11F
N.W.


Volkswagon 611-698
G/9/S

E.D.L. S S 154/73
S.V. Motors
Hazells 1-155
Hazells 1-155
Hazells 1-155

Hazells 1-155

Hazelle 1-155
Hazells 1-155
Hazells 1-155
T.E.S. 66493
Adams Bros.

Adams Bros.
R.T. Co. 18-25

Adams Bros.

Adams Bros.
V.W.K. 66/73
J.H.H. & S. 4103
P. H. Veira
E.D.L. & S. 83/72
53767 K/town 1/6
Hazells 1-64 1 of

U.T.L. V3/69/73
L 239/1-4
U.T.L. V3/69/73


1 case Phioto roll films
1 case Photo paper and
flot film
1 case Stationery
25 bdls. C -'ocolate milk
11 bales Cotton
1 Pallet Amstel Malta


AIR CARGO AT QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2


Date
Ware- Flane
housed


Airway Bill No.


Marks


Quantity & Declared
Description Contents


18. 9.72 Carib West
18. 9.72 Carib West


EWRA 29913004
EWRA 25146903


Eastern Canb. Ag.
l.D.L. & S.


6 pkgs. Phono Records
1 pkg. Adding Machine
Parts


Date
Ware-
housed


4 cases Spare parts
3 cases Motor parts
1 Bale Accessories
2 ctns Adhesive tape
10 pails Grease
50 ctns Canned Goods
2 bdls. Canned Goods
30 ctns Squash and
minerals
30 blds Squash and
minerals
33 ctns Groceries
2 bdls. Groceries
5 ctns Horlicks
139 ctns Lighting fittings
2 pallets S.T.C. 144 ctns.
Beer
1 case Adverts
2 cases Alcolado
Bitter Yarns
2 pallets S.T.C. 144 c:ns.
Beer
1 case Adverts.
1 ctn. Brochures
3 ctns. Grinding paper
12 ctns. Juice
1 bale Cotton Sheets
1 case Pencils
2 ctns. Good Year Tyre
and Tubes
1 case Toilet prepara-
tions
2 cases Toilet prepara-
tions
1 case Advertising
Material
1 case Gas Cookers
2 ctns. Cotton pc. goods
18 ctns. Mixed Merchan-
dise
1 pkg. Baking pans
47 ctns. Candles
3 of 8 ctns. Corned Beef


19. 4.73

19. 4.73
19. 4.73
19. 4.73
25. 4.73
24. 4.73
24. 4.73
24. 4.73

2. 5.73

2. 5.73


2. 5.73
2. 5.73
9. 5.73

10. 5.73
4. 5.73
16. 8.72


10. 5.73
11. 5.73
11. 5.73
31. 7.73








410 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


AIR CARGO AT QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE NO. 2-Contd.

Date Quantity & Declared
Ware- Plane Airway Bill No. Marks Description Contents
housed


18. 9.72 Carib West EWRA 156672716 DeFreitas Enter. 1 pkg. Catalogues
14.11.72 Carib West EWRA 32576810 R. Sutherland 3 pkgs. Plastic Sets
17.11.72 Carib West EWRA 27368843 Lyric Trading 1 pkg. Advertising
Material
17.11.72 Carib West EWRA 1506954 Devoux and Roberts 1 pkg. Advertising
Material
22.11.72 Carib West EWRA 31797312 Star Garage 1 pkg. Advertising
Material
28.11.72 Carib West EWRA 29959263 Tally Ho Apts. 2 pkgs. Post Cards
12.12.72 Carib West EWRA 02435 Ursual Warner 1 pkg. Worked Marble
stone
9. 1.73 Carib West EWRA 2482513 Progressive Trading 2 pkgs. P',ono Records
9. 1.73 Carib West EWRA 2482594 Connells Ltd. 1 pkg. Phono records
9. 1.73 Carib West EWRA 44463215 Mary Kingstown 2 pkgs. Linen
16. 1.73 Carib West EWRA 31837245 Star Garage 1 pkg. Advertising
material
16. 1.73 Carib West EWRA 34630514 Mrs. A. DeFreitas 1 pkg. Toys and clot!- es
20. 1.73 Carib West EWRA 53358281 Mr. D. Carrigan 1 pkg. Place mats
10. 2.73 Carib West EWRA 107881 Cable and Wireless 1 pkg. Blcck Teiminal
14. 3.73 Carib West EWRA 33503901 Star Garage 4 pkgs. Spare parts
28. 3.73 Carib West EWRA 0698555 Kirpsons 3 pkgs. Wearing apparel
28. 3.73 Carib West EWRA 2645414 N/M 1 pkg. G.M.U.
28. 3 73 Carib West EWRA 90316365 Sunset S!'ores 1 pkg. G.M.U.
14. 4.73 Carib West EWRA 07139392 E.D. Layne & Sons 1 pkg. Piece Goods


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE

Date Airway Bill Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks No. Description Contents,
housed


3. 1.73 L.I.A.T. L.I.A.T. Royal Bank of Canada 2703470


S vd. Motors Ltd.
Star Garage
Royal Bank of Can.
Unknown
Bill Kellan-Bequia
Karen Prescott
Mary Caldwell
Sunny Caribbee
Top Fashion
Cobble Stone Inn
British Fidelity
Fred DeNobriga

Carib West Carib West Royal Bank
United Traders Ltd.
L.I.A.T. L.I.A.T. R. Gunn


2700375
10519526
10607136264
1288586
15027260
1400010724
02629623801
2507326
0086745
1400008245

24580975

48082451
32896165
6203468


1 pkg. Manufacturing
articles
1 pkg. Printed matter
1 pkg. M.V. Parts
1 of 2 G.M.U.
1 pkg. G.M.U.
1 pkg. Unknown
3 pkgs. G.M.U.
1 pkg. G.M.U.
2 pkgs. Printed matter
2 pkgs. Wearing apparel
2 of 4 Oil
1 pkg. G.M.U.
1 pkg. Bottling machin-
ery
1 pkg. Bank Stationery
1 pkg. Auto parts
1 ctn G.M.U.


6. 1.73
11. 1.73
11. 1.73
11. 1.73
11. 1.73
11. 1.73
11. 1.73
17. 1.73
17. 1.73
20. 1.73
23. 1.73
23. 1.73

23. 1.73
23. 1.73
24. 1.73










SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 411


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE-Contd.

Date Airway Bill Quantity & Declared
Ware- Conveyance Consignee Marks No. Description Contents
housed


25. 1.73
26. 1.73
27. 1.73


L.I.A.T. L.I.A.T. United Traders Ltd.
Cobble Stone Inn
Carib West Carib West Cable and Wireless


27. 1.73
27. 1.73

27. 1.73
30. 1.73
Unmanifested
1. 2.73 L.I.A.T.


2546000
0008245
14265554


,, DeFreitas Enterprises 2635091
,, Esso 2330753


L.I.A.T.


1. 2.73
2. 2.73
2. 2.73
11. 1.73
7. 2.73
9. 2.73
9. 2.73
10. 2.73

10 2. 73
14. 2.73
14. 2.73

21. 2.73
21. 2.73
23. 3.73
23. 2.73
24. 2.73

24. 2.73


24. 2.73
1. 2.73
3. 2.73
24. 1.73

28. 2.73
28. 2.73
28. 2.73


E. Dougles
E.D. Laynes & Sons
B.W.I.A.
Trotmans Electronic
Service
Morris S. Miller
A. S. Bryden & Sons
British Fidelity
Vide John
Moses
Shipwreck Shop
Y. DeLima
Add. Svd.


Add. Svd.
,, Esso Ltd.
,, Dem. Mutual Life
Insurance
Add. Svd.
,, Can. Imperial Bank
,, Louis Bennett
., Henry Williams
,, Louis Bennett Ag.

,, L. Adams


Add. Svd.
Unmanifested Moussa
Unmanifested Moussa
Unmanifested N/M
Unmanifested L.I.A.T.
L.I.A.T. L.I.A.T. Pharmco
L.I.A.T. L.I.A.T. Add. Svd.
L.I.A.T. L.I.A.T. Add. St. Vincent


28. 2.73 Carib West Carib West Mr. D. N. Punnett


2.73
2.73
2.73
3.73
3.73
3.73
3.73
3.73
3.73


)?

L.I.A.T.
=?
75

5?
))
;,
,,;


?)

L.I.A.T.
99
?
79
?"
,,
,,


16. 3.73
21. 3.73
31. 3.73
31. 3.73
3. 4.73
3. 4.73
11. 4.73


Halbich
Lyric Trading Co.
Sunny Caribbee
Mariners Inn
E. D. Layne & Sons
Star Garage
E. D. Layne & Sons
Mr. Robert Tucker
Svd. Manufacturing
Co.
Hadley Bros.
Can. Imperial Bank
R. Duncan
Carrigan
Star Garage
G. Ferrari
Trotmans Electronic
Service


300096080
471495351

0867501

212434
0208973
0076072
7707767
14239014
2503060
07136813
2369721

05787821
2464210
2432640

00012143
43787041
35062871
85183781
3817274

2815035

11831330
00026165
00026165
39064
N/N/
2761371
0699323
0699312
68418302
2645661
05485885
2672725
2763095
53754573
1771760
2894312
45967213
03467914

276556
6841660
0188132
0110003
32483754
10361134
2691161


2 pkgs.
2 of 4
1 pkg.

3 pkgs.
1 pkg.

1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.

1 pkg.
1 of 3
2 pkgs.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 of 2

2 pkgs.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.

1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
2 ctns.
1 pkg.

2 pkgs.

1 of 7
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn
1 ctn.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.
2 ctns.
1 pkg.
1 ctn
2 pkgs.
1 pkg.
2 pkgs.
2 pkgs.
6 ctns.
1 or 3
1 pkg.
1 pkg.

1 ctn.
3 pkgs.
2 pkgs.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 of 2
1 of 2


G.M.U.
P.V.C. Fittings
Communication
equipment
Toilet preparations
Advertising
material
Personal effects
Gents s'-.irts
Calenders
Gen. Merchan-
dise
Personal effects
G.M.U.
Documents
G.M.U.
Meat samples
Books
Photo Goods
General
Merchandise
G.M.U.
G.M.U.
G.M.U.

G.M.U.
Report Books
Calendars
Alhombras
Calendar
samples
Personal
effects
G.M.U.
Jean pants
Jean Pants
Unknown
Unknown
Pharmaceuticals
G.M.U.
G.M.U.
Auto Parts
Shoes
Auto Parts
Post Cards
Vegetable Oil
Documents
Filters
Shirts
Window Display-
Machine Parts

Cash Register
Radios
G.M.U.
Canvas Screea
Catalouges
G.M.U.
Parts











SAINT VINC ::N, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


BAGGAGE WAREHOUSE-Contd.


Date
Ware- Conveyance Consignce
housed


Marks


Airway Bill Quantity &
No. Description


4.73 L.I.A.T.
4.73
4.73


13. 4.73

14. 4.73
14. 4.73
14. 4.73
27. 4.73
27. 4.73
18. 4.73


17. 8.72
29. 5.72
29. 5.72
17.11.72


L.I.A.T.
,,
5,


Mr. Clive Alexander
Wayfare Bookstore
Svd. Marine Yac-kt


Caribbean Sailing
Yac' t
,, Ri:clard Jones
,, SY' imwreck S'. op
D. Layne & Sons
Hazells Ltd.
S W. J. Abbott
Carib Overseas
Cop.
,, J. Abbott & Sons
Add. St. Vincent
Bottlers Svd. Ltd.
,, Can. Imperial Ba.nk
,, Barclays Bank
,, E. D. Layne & Sons
,, Lyric Trading Co.
,, Wayfare Book Store
,, Reynold Hadaway


Ivan Haynes
Dennis D'Abrew
Dennis D'Abrew
Alban Wood
(Grenada)


0147546
2649651
2768426


1 pkg.
1 pkg.
I pkg.


0941196 1 of 2


2782021
2768706
24031045
2870884
2629815
261161

08582917590
51041524
7899713
2854515
2899901
0011493
13234856
2649430
68135233

2525703
106-0195850
0194513
2496270


2 pkg.
2 pkgs.
1 of 28
1 of 2
20 ctns.
1 of 2

1 pkg.
1 of 2
2 of 3
1 of 5
2 pkgs.
2 ctns.
1 pkg.
1 pkg.
1 ctn.

1 pkg.
6 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.


Stud Spray
Magazines
Water Sports
Equipment
G.M.U.

Tractor Parts
Bocks
S'-oes
G.M.U.
G.M.U.
G.M.U.

Catalogues
G.M.U.
G.M.U.
G.M.U.
Records
G.M.U.
Catalogues
G.M.U.
General Merchan-
dise
Developer fixer
WVearing Apparel
Wearing Apparel
Wearing Apparel


GOODS FOUND IN TRANSIT SHED AND WAREHOUSED 21-3-73


Marks and Numbers


Quantity & Description


Declared Contents


DEW Antigua H.D. 1007
R. Karawaia St. Kitts
P.H.V. 3045
H. Jason Jones Bar"b.idos
Odalbert Point-a-Pitre
K. S. Antigua
C. A. Dupigry
E. W. Reddock
N\o Marks
S. G. & Co.
Orkel, Miontserrat
D. H. Higj1 Sireet Trinidad
H.S.M. Antigua
G.W,'.F. rNS 12164
D & P 69/95
C & Co.
C & Co.
WV'J Grenada
P.H.V.
Gilcodan
C & Co.
B.B.
BB.
W. J. Abbott


3 bales
I ctn.
1 ctn.
I ctn.
1 only
1 only
1 ctn.
3 ctns.
4 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ct.
1 ctn.
1 crate
1 ctn.
1 case
2 ctns.
1 c. i
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
4 c.-s.
8 ct.-s.
1 cin.
1 ctn.


Ironing Boards
Stove Parts
Glass
Louvre Parts
Tyre
Tyre
Glass ashtrays
Icecream cones
Stuffed Heinz Oiives
Macaroni
Saxa Salt
Glassware
Merc-handise
Adverts.
Merchandise
Cream of Wheat
Plastic Jugs
Heinz Mayonaise
Heinz Sandwich Spread
Tide
BH Paints
Libby's Prod
Whole corn
Ovaltine


Declared
Contents












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52). 413


GOODS FOUND IN TRANSIT SHED AND WAREHOUSED 21-3-73-Contd.

Marks and Numbers Quantity & Description Declared Contents


Minville and Chastnet
S.L. Horsford and Co. Ltd.-St. Kitts
Corea
No Marks
Dalboa Edwards, Castries
Esso Dom/St. Lucia/Trinidad
Hadley W 2
No Marks
No Marks
No Marks
J. Q. Charles St. Lucia
L.B.S.
B.M.V.
E.B.
B.S.M.
Hazells
E. Bonadie
Benlo 55
H.T. Co.
GV 24 R & Co.
Fort de France M'nique
No Marks
CKG
CKG 16756
Hadaway Stores
Hadley
DAS
J.H.H.S. & Co.
No Marks
Bottlers
P.H.V.
J.H.H.
C. & Co.
MCCY
No Marks 3710
No Marks 3710
R/PC 649 Port of Spain
No Marks 762571
St. Vinceat Prints
H.L.
E.W.R.A.
H.T.C.
Low Budget 5729
E.B.
H.T.C.
L.G.B.A. 300/72
Pointe-a-Pitre 971
Selveg Dominica
Hadley Bros.
N.W.
E.N.E.S.E 330
Delimas
Hadley Bros. 5/076
C.T. Ltd.
H.M. Co.
No Marks


1 ctn.
7 ctns.
1 ctn.
4 ctns.
1 ctn.
4 ct.is.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
4 ctns.
1 ctn.
4 ctn-s
2 ctns.
I ctn.
2 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
3 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
2 ct-as.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ct".
2 ctns.
2 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ct-..
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
1 ctn.
3 ctns.
1 ctn.
1 case
4 bales
1 case
1 ctn.
1 Pallet
1 ctn.

1 ctn.
9 ctns.
52 ctns.
7 Kegs


Ovaltine
Sherwin Williams Paints
Ostermilk
Floor Tiles (Marley)
Candles
Esso Extra Motor Oil
Balls
Serviette
Moke Cover
Confectionery
Candles
Heinz Products
Heinz Products
Plastic Bags
Wh-eat Germ
Malt Vinegar
Baked Beans
Lime Juice Cordial
Yeast
Tacks
Greenland Milk
Tom Piper Halves Pears
Luncheon Meat
Brillo Pads
Glassware
Glassware
Heinz Prod. Tomato Paste
Marine Paint
Ideal Evaporated Milk
Crown Corks
Tom Piper Meat Loaf
Automotive (ICI) Paints
Imperial Corned Mutton
Biscuits
Fleet Enema
Megacilin
Eartkenware
Stove Parts
Paper
Confectionery
Adverts.
Lita Milk
Elastoplast
Confectionerty
Adverts.
Merchandise
Paper
Glassware
VW Adverts
Amstel Malta
Mirrors

Tools
Cream of Wheat
Cream of Wheat
Salted Pork












414 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER, 1973.-(No. 52).


CARGO FROM AIRPORT-29-9-72


1 ctn. Metal Covers
1 pair Boats
1 pair White Shoes
I ctn. Oil Filters
1 only Green Sweater
1 only Sport Shirt
1 pkg. Penicilin ointment
1 pkg. Electrical Fittings
1 only Rain Coat
1 pkg. Plastic Bucket
1 pkg. Stationery (M.V.B. 09437503.55)
1 only Hose
1 pkg. Plastic Travel Bags (LIAT)
1 only L.P. Record (Legend of Johnny Brown)
1 pkg. Misc. articles (Gregory Spann)
1 only Table
1 only Paper Bag containing one hat
1 only Hat
1 pkg. Capsules (Grafton Gaskin)
1 pkg. Merchandise (K. Elwrick-Bequia)
1 only Record Player (Garrard) with records
1 only Glass for motor vehicle
1 only Map
1 only Surf Board
1 ctn. Pencils, books etc. (D. G. Gill c/o Luther Stowe)
1 ctn. 7 Ship Spares
1 ctn. I Draughtsmen supplies
1 pkg. Manifests and Bill of Lading (Corea and Co.)
1 ctn. Printed Matter (Shell Aviation)
1 pkg. G.M.U. (A.W.B. No. 0062773) Cape Verde Is.
1 pkg. Merchandise (G. F. Huggins St. George's)


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




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