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SAIN'' VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZEI TE


Tl!blished bl 2uthoritP.


VOL. 85.] SAINT VINOENT, TUESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY, 1952. [No. 7.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 44.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETING.

A meeting of the Legislative Council will be held at the Council Chamber
in Kingstown on Thursday, 7th February, 1952. commencing at 10 a.m.
The Order of the Day of this meeting is pIli1E]iFbd with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
5ith February, 1952.
(A. 1/1949).


No. 45.
APPOINTMENTS.

ROAD )WARDENS.

The Administrator has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned persons
to be Road Wardens under the Roads Ordinance (No. 11 of 1949), with effect from
1st January, 1952 to 31st December, 1S52. and to assign to them charge of the
sections of the Public Roads set opposite their names :-
COLONY OF ST. VINCENT AND ITS DEPENDENCIES.
G. M. ROBERTS, Esq., Ag. Assistant Superintendent of Roads-all the public roads in
the Colony of St. Vincent and its Dependencies.
-IENRY BROWNE, Esq., Roads Warden-all the public roads in the Colony of St.
Vincent and its Dependencies.
-C. H. PROVIDENCE, Esq., Roads Warden,-all the public roads in the Colony of'St.
Vincent and its Dependencies.
C. L. MARTIN, Esq., Roads Warden-all the public roads in the Colony of St.
Vincent and its Dependencies.
W. A. BROWN, Esq., Rdads Warden,- all the public roads in the Colony of St.
Vincent and its Dependencies.





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34 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,5 FEBRUARY, 1952.-(No. 7).


8. A. KIRB, Esq., Roads Warden,--ll the public roads in the Colony of St. Vincent
and its Dependencies.
H M. HoaME, Esq., Roads Warden-all the public roads in the Colony of St. Vincert
and its Dependencies.

CHARLOTTE PARISH.

C. DB. BaBnaR, Esq., Carib Coast, 2nd Class Road (from the Langley Park Bridge
to the Overland Bridge) and the Lot 14 4th Class Road.
L. T. JACKSON, Esq., Carib Coast 4th Class Road (from the Overland Bridge to the
Owla River) and the Sandy Bay Land Settlement Roads.
GWoaRE FRASER, Esq., New Adelphi 2nd Class Road and the Diamond Village 3rd
Class Road.
V. A. THEOBALDs, Esq., Carib Coast, 4th Class Road (from the Owia River to the
Fancy Road).
TeH HONOURALEI W. A. HADLEY, J.P., Lowmans 3rd Class Road, from the Windward
Highway at Union Estate through Lowmans Village to the Greggs River.
IAzEANDmE NANTON, Esq., J.P., Biabou-Fairbairn 3rd Class Road and the Biabou
Village 3rd Class Roads.
AhzICuLTURAL ASSIsTANT (Windward) Park Hill--South Rivers 2nd Class Road, the
Park Hill-Mt. Greenan 3rd Class Road, the Park Hill Land Settlement 3rd
Class Roads and the Three Rivers Land Settlement Roads.
LEONARD HADLEY, Esq., The Mt. William 2nd Class Road and the Byera Valley 4th
Class Crown Lands Road.
FRANK CHILD, Esq., J.P., Section 12 of the Windward 1st Class Road from the Byera
Bridge to the Town of Georgetown.
HENRY CooMBS, Esq., Mt. Bentinck 2nd Class Road and its branches.

ST. GEORGE'S PARISH.

CORNELIUS FRASER, Esq., Belvidere-Brighton, 3rd Class Road, the Belvidere-
Glamorgan 3rd Class Road and the Brighton Village 4th Class Road.
Iawis rPNNETT, Ecq., J.P., Glen-Fair Hall, 2nd Class Road.
F. H. BUTE, Esq., Richmond Hill, 3rd Class Land Settlement Roads.
DAVID KING, Esq., The Kingstown Park 1st Class Roads.
C. E. DAISEY, Esq., Fort Charlotte 1st Class Road, the Edinboro 1st Class Road and
the Edinboro Village 3rd Class Road.
A. H. HAYNES, Esq., Gomea Valley 3rd Class Road, Welcome 4th Class Byeway
Fenton Mountain 4th Class Crown Lands Road.
WILLIAM DAVIS, Esq., Evesham Vale, 3rd Class Road, and the Collins-Little London
4th Class Road.
WILMOT HADAWAY, Esq., Harmony Hall 3rd Class Road.

ST. ANDREW'S PARISH.

CHRISTOPHER PUNNETT, Esq., Hope, 3rd Class Road, the Buceament 2nd Class Road,
the Maloney, Retreat and Vermont 4th Class Roads.

ST. PATRICK'S PARISH.

E. A. JOACHIM, Esq., The Reversion and Lammies 4th Class Roads.
HON. H. F. YOUNG, The Bellewood 3rd Class Road and the Boisdennes and Clapham-
Rutland Vale 4th Class Roads, and the Texier 3rd Class Road.

ST. DAVID'S PARISH.

THE MANAGER OF THE LEEWARD LAND SETTLEMENT ESTATES-Sections 10, 11, and 12 of
the Leeward 1st Class Road, the Letts Wood-King's' Pleasure, La Bale,
Tuscany and Arsenoe Farm 4th Class Roads.

GRENADINES.

MEENAN JARVIS, ESC.. Roads in Bequia-Belmont, Road to Friendship Gate, Lower
Bay, the Mt. Pleasant Road, and the Hope Road.
CECIL MCINTOSH, Esq., Roads in Bequia-Spring Road.
CLAUDE HAZELL, Esq., Roads in Bequia-Friendship, La Pompe and Paget Farm
Roads.
ISAAC TANNIS, Esq., Roads in Bequia-Cinnamon Garden Road.
31st Jan. 1952
(P. 2/1948).





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY, 1952 -(No. 7). 35


No. 46.
ROAD AUTHORITY.


The following persons have been
appointed under the provisions of
Section 3 of the Roads Ordinance, 1949,
No. 11 of 1949, to constitute the Road
Authority for the year 1952 :-
The Superintendent of Works,
The Assistant Superintendent of
Roads,
The Honourable E. A. C. HUGHES,
The Honourable A. C. CYRUS,
The Honourable H. F. YOUNG,
The Honourable S. E. SLATER,
The Honourable J. A. BAYNES,
The Honourable W. A. HADLEY,
C. deB. BARNARD, Esq.
5th February, 1952.
(P. 111948).



No. 47.


No. 49.
LIBRARY COMMITTEE.

Wilh reference to Government Notice
No. 23 of 15th January, Mr P. M. CATO
has been appoint ,d D:punf C(bairman of
the Committee.
5th February, 1952.
(E. 1/1950).

No. 50.
LEAVE NOTICE.

VACATION LEAVE.

Mr. P. D. CRICHTON, Principal Clerk,
has been granted eight months' full-pay
leave from 1st October, 1951, to be fol-
lowed by one year's leave without pay.
5th February. 1952.
(P. F. 91).


JUNIOR CLERKS, GENERAL CLERICAL I 51.
No. 51.


SERVICE.


The following persons have been ap-
pointed as Junior Clerks in the General
Clerical Service of the Colony with
effect from -st January, 1952 :-
Miss JOYCE DUNCAN
Mr. ESAU GLASGOW
Mr. EDGAR ADAMS
Mr. VICTOR CUFFY
Mr. CLIFFORD DAISEY
Miss AUGUSTA COOLS-LARTIGUE
Miss ESTHER TENNIS
Miss VENICE HAYNES
Miss LORNA FINDLAY.
5th February, 1952.



No. 48.
LAW LIBRARY COMMITTEE.

The undermentioned persons have
been appointed members of the Law
Library Comnmittee, under the provisions
of section 4 of the Law Library Ordin-
ance, 1946, for a period of two years,
with effect from the 1st February,
1952 :-
O. W. FORDE, Esq Barrister-at-Law,
Hon. E. A. C. HUGHES, Barrister-at-
Law.

5th February, 1952.
(J. 4/1950).


GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.

Mr. V. G. I. daSILVA, former Man-
ager of the Government Cotton Ginnery,
took up duties as Warden of the Kings-
town Board with effect from the 9th
November, 1951.
5th February, 1952.
(P. F. 52).

No. 52.
Mr. J. L. EUSTACE, Assistant Master,
Grammar School, was seconded to the
post of Manager, Government Cotton
Ginnery, with effect from 14th January,
1952, and on probation for one year in
the first instance.
5th February, 1952.
(P. F. 157).



No. 53.
USE OF COUNCIL CHAMBER.
COURT HOUSE.

It is notified for general information
that, with effect from the date of this
Notice, the Legislative Council Chamber
in the upper storey of the Court House
building in Kingstown will not be
available as heretofore for the purpose
of holding concerts, public meetings,
lectures, and similar functions. The
Chamber will in future be used exclu-
sively for the holding of Court and
Legislative Council meetings.





36 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY, 1952.-(No. 7).


The use of the grounds of the Court
House for fetes etc. will however, con-
tinue to be permitted. Applications for
such use must be made to the Registrar
of the Supreme Court at least one week
before the date on which the grounds
are required.
1st February, 1952.
(P. 17/1951).

No. 54.
APPRENTICESHIP COURSE, CAMDEN
PARK EXPERIMENT STATION.

Applications are invited for candidates
for the 1952-54 Apprenticeship Course
at the Camden Park Experiment Station,
St. Vincent.
2. The object of this course is to pro-
duce good peasant farmers through a
two-year course of training.
3. The first year will be spent in
receiving practical instruction on the
station, and apprentices will be expect-
ed to perform the manual tasks assigned
to them in demonstration of farming
,methods. A test will be set students
at the end of the first year, and only
successful candidates will be permitted
to continue the course.
4. The second year's training will in-
clude the operation of A Model Holding
under the supervision of the Officer-in-
Charge.
5. Accommodation will be provided
at Camden Park and Apprentices will
receive a maintenance allowance of $312
per annum, and an additional personal
allowance of $144 per annum.
6. No obligation on the part of the
Department of Agriculture to provide
employment or to establish apprentices
on holdings on the completion of the
course is implied.
7. Applications should be addressed
to the Superintendent of Agriculture,
Kingstown and should reach this office
not later than 29th February, 195?.
8. Applicants should state their edu-
cational qualifications and agricultural
experience, and the facilities for estab-
lishing themselves as farmers when the
period of training ends.
5th February, 1952.
(B. 35/1945 (A)).


No. 55.
LE(iISLATION.

The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies lias notified that
His Majesty the KING will not be advised
to exercise his power of disallowance in


respect of the following Ordinance of
this Government :-
No. 27 of 1951.-An Ordinance to
prohibit the wearing of uniforms
in connection with political ob-
jects and the maintenance by
private persons of associations of
military or similar character ;and
to make further provision for the
preservation of public order on
the occasion of public processions
and meetings and in public pla-
ces.
(. 5/1950).
5th February, 1952.

No. 56;.
The under-mentioned Ordinances
which have been assented to by His
Excellency the Governor are published
for general information with this issue
of the Gazette :-
No. 3 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Compensation for In-
juries Ordinance.
No. 4 of 1952.-An Ordinance to pro-
vide an arbitration tribunal for
the settlement of disputes in
Public Utility Undertakings and
in Public Health, Hospital and
Sanitary Services.
No. 5 of 1952.-An Ordinance to en-
courage the establishment and
development of new industries
in the Colony and to make pro-
vision for the granting of certain
relief from customs duty and
income tix to persons establish-
ing factories in connection with
such industries and for purposes
incidental to or connected with
any of the foregoing purposes.
(F. 25/1950).
No. 6 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Stamp Ordinance,
Chapter 195.
(F. 41/1945).
5th February, 1952.


No. 57.
The under-mentioned Bills are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations and at all Revenue Offi-
ces :-
Bill for an Ordinance to confer cer-
tain powers and privileges upon
the consular officers of Foreign
States with which consular con-
ventions are concluded by His
Majesty and certain privileges





SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY, 19'52.-(No. 7).


upon the consular emplo yees of
such States and for other pur-
poses in connection therewith.
(R. 17/1948).

Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
Sugar Export Cess Ordinance,
No. 32 of 1948.
(F. 16/1949).


Bill for an Ordiinance to
Customs Ordinance.
(T. 29/1947).


amend the


Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
Teachers Pensions Ordinance.
(E. 9/1943).

Bill for an Ordinance to amend the
I)eportation (British Subjects)
Ordinance.
(C. 21/1941).
5th February, 1952.


No. 58.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The following document is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
Relations between the Civil Service
and the Legislative Council.

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Giovern meant Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
5th February, 1952.




DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

ELECTRICITY AND TELEPHONE
DEPARTMENT NOTICES.

Consumers and wireinii are advised
that it is an offence to install ;any appli-
ance having a power f;ictor less than
()8%. it has ol)eei observed that Fluores-
cent, lights h:ave been installed without
Power Factor correction equipment i e.
Condensors.
It is well known that F']uorescent
lighting his a very low power facor that
is to say: that a colsiierabile amnllllt of
current used, is known as Wattless and
does not register on the ,rdiinary meter.
It is my intention to ins:ecntall I -lno-
recsent lightin, irnstallatlions, and dis-


connect those without power factor
correction.
25th January. 1],952.


No. 4 engine at the Power Station will
be clo-il i own for overhaul :a'out the
2nl week i, February. LJd shedding
will 1be inevitable from 6.15 p.m. to
9 p.m. and all consumers are asked to
minimise this by usingI as little as
possible. Every effort will lie made to
avoid inconvenience.
J. MALONEY.
Ag. SNuperintendeit,
A /'ctricif\ d: Telephone
Department.
25th January, 1952.
(Q. 9/1946).


STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE
CIRCULATION IN THE BRITISH
CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN
GROUP) ON 1ST JANUARY, 1952.

Average Ciicilation
during Novembler, 1951- Br. Carib-
bean Notes ... $27,420,633
Gov't Currency Notes Not available
British Caribbeani Notes :-
Trinidad ... $15,875,000
Barlados ... 3.949,000
British Gui;a ... 8.676,000
Leeward antl Windwaord
Islands. ... 4,743,000


Total British Ca ritbean
Curren.iy Note Circeu-
lation ...
Trinidad Government
Note (irculation
Barlbads Government
Note Circulatin
British Gniana Gov-
ei n111nt Note Circn-
latii n ...

Tot;il G( vetnnint
Note Circulationi

Tot;1l circnlation oni
1. 1. 52. ...


$33.24;i,000

6,064,852

768,840


2,665,600


$9.499.292


$42,742.292


L. P. SPEN CE,
lxectelive C(ommunissionler,
J?,'ilish Cm'(ibhbean
(to-2-ency B3oard.


British C.iribii an C(urrency
Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.


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38 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY, 1952.-(No. 7).


IN THE WINDWARD ISLANDS
AND LEEWARD ISLANDS COURT
OF APPEAL.

(SAINT VINCENT CIRCUIT).

(Civil Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1952.

NOTICE is hereby given that The
Honourable the Chief Justice has
arranged for a sitting of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands Court of
Appeal at the Court House in Kings-
town, on Thursday the 3rd day of April,
1952, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon,
for hearing of the undermentioned
Appeal:-
No. 1/1952
In the matter of the Estate of
HENRY LANGLIE WILMOT
HAYWARD, deceased
AND
In the matter of the trusts of the
Will of the said HENRY LANGLIE
WILMOT HAYWARD, deceased,


Between
The Attorney-General of
the Windward Islands


Appellant


WILLIAM HORATIO
BOARDMAN and WILMOT
HENRY HADAWAY Respondents.

D. ELSON WEEKS,
Acting Registrar Supreme
Court.

Registrar's Office,
Kingstown
19th Jannary. 1952.



CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION
AUTHORITY.

NOTICE TO CONSUMERS.

Belair, Arnos Tale. I'illa, Callinquea,
lItrtho Mill and Prospect Areas.

Consumers in t lh above areas are
asked to reduce Ih ir water consumlp-
tion to an absolute illillnumi until the
supply pipeline for this section is conm-
pleted. Water tanks must not be filled
from the main as this causes a serious
drop in pressure. The branch pipeline
to the Golden Vale tank will lie com-
pleted before thl endi of February when


adequate water for normal requirements
will be available.

G. B. W. MORISON,
Acting Chairman,
Central Water Authority.


KINGSTOWN BOARD ASSESSMENT
ROLL, 1952.

Under the provisions of Section 61 of
the Kingtown Board Ordinance 1897,
notice is hereby given that the original
assessment list of the Kingstown Board
for the current year may be seen at the
Treasury, Kingstown, between the 1st
day of March and 31st day of May next
and attendance will be given during
that period for receiving the rates and
taxes fixed by the Board.

V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
25th January, 1952.


BY AUTHORITY OF THE KINGSTOWN
BOARD ORDINANCE, CHAPTER 209
(REV. EDN.).

ASSESSMENT LIST, 1952.

The Magistrate of the First District
will hold a Special Session at the Court
House, Kingstown, on Thursday. the
141h day of February, 1952, at 10.00
a.m. for the purpose of hearing any
appeals of which due notice shall have
been given against any assessment pub-
lished in the Assessment List for 1952.

S. O. DASENT,
Acting Additional Magistrate.
MIAGISTRATE'S OFFICE.
K IN STOWN,
23rd January, 1952.


GOVERNMENT COTTON GiNNERY
NOTICE.

All Businessmene, Traders. Dea lersand
the general public are hereyi notified
that SIX (':HEQI(UES issued between
the 21st and 2Sth January, 1952 by Hon.
WILLIAM A. HADLEY for $435.00,
MARTIN FRANCIS for $93.(0, SYDNEY
MclN'lsi (Boquia) for $4.25, ROSS
LULLEY (Bequia) for $3.00. Dr. H. A.
MUTNRO for $3.00. and Messrs. United
Tr',iers Ltd. for$S9J.60 were stolen from.





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY, 1952.-(No. 7)


the Government Cotton Ginnery on the TO TRADERS, BUSINESSMEN AND
28th January, 1952. PROFESSIONAL MEN.
Should any of these cheques be pre- Atttio is directed to te provision
sented we would greatly appreciate it if of SAttetions 73 arecd 68 of the Income Tax
immediate notification be given to the Stions73 and 68 of 1 he Income Tax
Police, Barclay's Bank, and the Govern- ce o.23 of 1948 which read as
ment Cotton Ginnerv.


J. L. EUSTACE,
Manager,
Gout. Cotton Ginnery.


INCOME TAX NOTICES.

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

Every person concerned, not being a
Government Officer, is hereby reminded
that the latest date for the submission of
income tax returns for assessment in the
year 1952 is the 31st 1March, and that
failure to give notice of chargeability is
an offence against the Income Tax Or-
dinance, rendering the person concerned
liable on conviction to a fine not exceed-
ing FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY
DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding year,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to submit a return in the pre-
-scribed form, notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and par-
ticular attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to
include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such persons. It
is to be clearly understood, however,
that a person is not exonerated from the
statutory liability to make a return even
though that person may not have re-
ceived a blank form, which may be ob-
tained, on application, at the Revenue
Offices at Georgetown, Barronallie, Be-
quia and Union Island, or, in the other
districts from the Police Station situate
therein. These Forms may also be ob-
tained from the Income Tax Office,
Kingstown, where any person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
4. The form, correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small
traders and from occupiers or cultivators
,of land will be supplied on request.
28th December, 1951.


"73. Any person engaged Traders,
in any trade, business or etc., tO
keep
profession shall keep in acoun
the English language pro- in Eng-
per books of account suf- lish.
ficient to record all trans-
actions necessary in order
to ascertain the gains and
profits made or the loss
incurred in each such
trade, business or profes-
sion, and any such person
who fails to comply with
this provision shall be
guilty of an offence, and
in addition to any penalty
incurred he shall be liable
to pay any tax to which
he may be assessed under
the provisions of this Or-
dinance."
68. Any person guilty of Penal-
an offence against this Or- ties for
dinance shall be liable on offences.
summary conviction be-
fore a Magistrate, to a fine
not exceeding four hun-
dred and eighty dollars,
and in default of payment
to imprisonment, with or
without hard labour, for
any term not exceeding
six months."
2. The Commissioners of Income Tax
intend to enforce the provisions of the
sections referred to above.


J. V. ALVES,
Acting Income Tax Officer.
INCOME TAX OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN.
28th December, 1951.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The co-operation of Masters and
Owners of passenger boats is kindly
asked in observing the requirements of
Section 6 (1) of Ordinance No. 25/1946
with respect to the granting of Passenger
Boat Certificates.
The Board of Examiners \vill be avail-
able for snch duties on Wednesdays and
Friday between the hours of 9 and 12
o'clock in the forenoon, or at such other
times as by special arrangements may be
fixed.
V. D. ARCHER,
Collector of Customs.
H. M. CUSTOMS,
ST. VINCENT,
14th January, 1952.





40 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 FEBRUARY, 1952.-,(No. 7).
C,

AGRICULTURAL NOTICE.

VEGETABLE SEEDS.

It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of
vegetable seeds has arrived and will be on sale at the office of the Department
of Agriculture on week days between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon and from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the following prices :-
Pole Lima Bean-King of the Garden ... ... ... 5c. per oz.
Pole Beans-Kentucky Wonder Wax ... ... ... 5c. ,.
Cabbage-Succession ... ... 37c. per oz. or 10c. per pkt.
Copenhagen Market ... ... 37c. ,, ,, ,,1. .
All Season ... ... 37c. ,, , 10c.
Stein Flat Dutch ... ... 37c. ,,,, ,, 10c.
Carrot-Burpee's Oxheart ... ... .,. ... 7c. ,,
Cucumber-Arlington White Spine ... .. ... 8c. ,.
Lettuce-Imperial 44 ... ... 35c. por oz. or 9c. ,,
New York Improved ... ... 35c. ,, ,, 9,c. ,,
Okra-White Velvet ... ... ... ... 5c. ,.
Tomato-Marglobe ... ... 85c. per oz. or 22c. ,,
Giant Ponderosa ... ... 85c. ,, ,, ,, 22c. ,
Beefsteak ... .. 85c. ,, ,, ,, 22c. ,
Turnip-Early White Flat Dutch ... ... ... 5c.

J. M. CAVE,
Sup'orintendent of Agriculture.

16th January, 1952.


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