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Publication Date: February 19, 1952
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SA INT VINCEN'I'


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VoL. 85.] SAINT VINCIENT, TUESDAY, 19 FEBRUARY, 1952.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 80.


RETURN OF ADMINISTRATOR.


With reference to Government Notices Nos. 68 and 69 of 12th February,
1952, His Honour WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, M.B.E., returned to the Colony
on the 15th February, 1952, and resumed the Administration of the Govern-
ment. . ,.. ~-i ro.
19th February, 1952. I'2B
(P.F. 462). S 1c i


No. 81.
OBITUARY.

It is with deep regret that His
Honour the Administrator has learnt
of the death, on the 10th February,
1952, of Mr. CLAIRMONTE HORATIO
PROVIDENCE, Road Overseer in the
Public Works Department of this
Colony.
19th February, 1952.
(P. F. 26).


No. 82.
TRANSFER.

Mr. H. A. L. FRANCIS, D.I.C.T.A.,
Agricultural Assistant and latterly Act-
ing Officer-in-Charge, Camden Park Ex-
periment Station, to the post of Assistant
Superintendent of Agriculture, Domin-
ica.


Mr. FRANCIS left the Colony for Dom-
inica by C.N.S. "Lady Nelson" on 5th
February, 1952.
19th February, 1952.
(P.F. 190).

No. 83.
SECONDMENT.

Mr. H. S. McCONNIE, D.I.C.T.A., B.Sc.,
Agricultural Officer, to post of Officer-
in-Charge, Camden Park Experiment
Station, with effect from 15th February,
1952, and until further notice.
19th February, 1952.
(P.F. 354).

No. 84.
APPOINTMENT.

Mr. J. G. HUMFREY, as Aide-de-
Camp and Private Secretary to His
Excellency the Governor of the Wind-


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No. 86.


LAYOU TOWN BOARD.


Mr. EDWARD P. FRASER, has been
re-elected Chairman of the Board for the
year 1952.
19th February, 1952.
(A. 6/1949).


No. 87.
BARROUALLIE TOWN BOARD.

Mr. G. M. SANDY, has been elected
Chairman of the Board for the year 1952.
19th February, 1952.
(A. 8/1949).



No. 88.
CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD.

Mrs. ROSALIND CUNNINGHAM, has been
elected Chairman of the Chateaubelair
Town Board for the year 1952.
19th February, 1952.
(A. 9/1949).


No. 89.
PORT ELIZABETH TOWN BOARD.

Mr. DAWSON WALLACE, has been re-
elected Chairman of the Port Elizabeth
Town Board for the year 1952.
Mrs. ANTOINETTE has been appointed
as a nominated member for the un-
expired period of the life of the present
Board vice Mr. GABRIEL BONADIE who
has resigned.
19th February, 1952.
(A. 10/1949).


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ward Islands with effect from 2)t
December, 1951.
!9th Fobrnary, 1952.
(A. 9/1942).



No. 95.
CALLIAQUA TOWN BOARD.

Mr. SIMEON CUMBERBATCH has been
re-elected Chairman of the Board for the
year 1952.
19th February, 1952.
(A. 7/1949).


The following Document is publish-
d with this issue of the Gazette :-
8.R. & O. No. 9.--The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 5) Notice, 1952.
J. 5/t951).
19th February, 1952.



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

Applications are invited for candidates
lor 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
;wo-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, 1952.
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)).

By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Actiing Government Secretary.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
19th February, 1952.


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DEPARTMENT
OTHER NO


STATEMENT OF CURRE
CULATION IN THE BRIT
TERRITORIES (EASTEI
S 1ST FEBRUARY

Average Circulation
during December, 19
bean Notes ...
Gov't Currency Notes
British Caribbean Not
Trinidad
Barbados
British Guiana
Leeward and Wind'
Islands

Total British Caribb
Currency Note Ci
nation
Trinidad Governme
Note Circulation
Barbados Governme
Note Circulation
British Guiana Gov
ernment Note Cir
lation

Total Government
Note Circulation

Total circulation on
1. 2. 52.

L. P.
Executive
Britis

BiITISH CARIBBEAN CI
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I.,
14th February, 1



GOVERNMENT COTT

The quality of the se
delivered to the Ginnei
the Estates leaves muc
Planters should realise
interest, and in the inte
name of ST. VINCEN
COTTON", it is important
ton delivered to the
clean anl free from for
broken seed. It has be
mentally that the extra
good handling and clei


!AL AND is more than compensated for by the
TIC the high grade of lint and the price
TIOCES. such lint can command.
It is quite obvious that a very small
NCY NOTE CIR- percentage of badly cleaned cotton is
ISH CARIBBEAN Isufficient to spoil a whole bale of lint.
RN GROUP) ON The Ginnery cannot be held responsible
S1952 for any markdown especially in the case
of persons ginning their own cotton for
shipment if the seed cotton is not of the
best quality. A last minute cleaning of
151- Br. Carib- the cotton just before going to the
$30,935,581 chutes cannot be expected to give the
10,021,583 best results.
es:- The following extract from an old
... $16,577,000 Bulletin issued by the U.S. Department
... 4,153,000 of Agriculture on "Sea Island Cotton
8,901,000 Quality and Ginning" should be of in-
ward terest to all growers of Sea island Cot-
743000 ton. Speaking of a Plantation that
exercised special care in cleaning seed
ean cotton it says:-
ean
rcu- "This plantation produced 34 bales
... $34,374,000 of cotton, averaging 370 pounds of
nt lint. The cotton was treated for
5,335,652 weevils and picked with special care.
nt Ginned as picked it would have been
635,140 classed as No. 1 grade, valued at ap-
proximately 25 cents per pound for
cun- the 12,000 pounds of lint. The owner,
2,397,500 however, in an endeavor to produce
super-quality cotton had this seed Cot-
ton carefully hand-sorted and all trash
$8,368,292 and weevilly locks removed. The
selected cotton ginned 32 bales and
the trash cotton ginned separately,
... $42,742,292 gave 2 bales. The hand-selected cot-
S ton was graded as fancy No. 1, for
which 30 cents a pond was offered,
SPENCE, while the two bales of trashy cotton
Commissioner, graded a poor No. 3 or a fair No. 4,
h Caribbean worth approximately 15 cents per
currency Board. pound. The total lint income from
URRENCY the 12,600 pounds of lint without
hand-picking would have amounted to
$3,150. The same cotton hand picked
was valnedat$3,658. The costof pick-
ing was 1.5 cents per pound of lint, or
$189. leaving a profit of $319, due
952. solely to betterment of grade".
J. L. EUSTACE,
Manager.
ON GINNERY. 18th Februar., 1952.

eed cotton being
y from some of CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION
h to he desired. AUTHORITY.
that in their own
rest of the good
T SEA ISLAND NOTICE TO CONSUMERS.
it to see that cot-
Ginnery is dry Belair, Arnos Vale. Villa, Calliaqua,
reign matter andi Ratho Mill and Prospect Areas.
en founi experi--
cost entailed in Consumers in the above arras are
waning the cotton asked to reduce their water consnmp-


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 19 FEBRUARY, 1952.-,No. 12).


tion to an absolute minimum untii the notice is hereby given that the original
supply pipeline for this section is corn- assessment list of the Kingstown Board
pleted. Water tanks must not be filled for the current year n;ay be seen at the
from the main as this causes a serious Treasury, Kingstown, between the 1st
drop in pressure. The branch pipeline day of March and 31st day of May next
to the Golden Vale tank will be com- and attendance will be given during
pleted before th- end of February when that period for receiving the rates add
adequate water for normal requirements taxes fixed by the Board.
will be availal,le.


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.


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCBNT,
25th January, 1952.


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

Notice is h:eeby given that the undermentioned persons having become
defaulters under the "Land and House Tax Ordinance" their properties having
been levied upon will be offered for Sale at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, 1st
Mareh, 1952, at the Treasury for the recovery of Taxes due thereon.


V. D. ARCHER,
Colonial Treasurer.


TREASURY,
ST. VINCENT.
5th February, 1952.


Names


Situation of Property Description of Property.


Davis, Amos
Forde, Estella
Henry, Maude
James, David
Joshua, Ormond
Laidlow, Agatha
McAllister, Randolph
Myers, Israel
Cobbler, Brownie
Robertson. Rosa


An toine, Matilda
Spence, Horatio
Spence, Jonathan


Buccament
,, Bay
Retreat
Buccament Bay
Campden Park
do.
Lowmans ,
Debois
Questelles
Buccament)


DISTRICT IV


Rutland Vale
Mahantay
Spring


1 House
1 House
131 Poles
1 House Spot
1 House
1 House
1 House
1 House Spot
1 House Spot
1 House


2 acres
4 acres 4 Poles
1 acre


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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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SAINT VINCEN s u

STATUTORY RULES ANDR RS

1952, No. 9.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 5) NOTICE.

(Gazetted 19th February 1952).

1. Short title. This Notice should be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 5) Notice.

2. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum prices
for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the Colony and the First
Schedule Part R to the Prices Control Order (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby amended
by deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
articles : Table Butter-' Blue Peter' (Australia)," "' Tobacco-Continental Leaf
-Canadian," "Table Butter-Maxam Brand," "Cooking Butter--Q.B.B. Brand,"
"Cheese--heddar (Australian)," "Table Butter-' Swift '," "Cheese-Kraft,"
"Tea-Red Rose," and substituting therefore the following :

FIRST SCHEDULE--PAR r .


Airtlt. Maxiftum Wholesale Prife


.BLE BUTTER-
Blue Peter ... $55.72 per case of
48-l1 oz. tins
Maxam Brand ... $58.12 per case of
4R-1 o' r> tini!


Swift Brand

TOBAcCO-(Canadian)
Continental Leaf
COOKING BUTTER-
Q.BB Brand


$56.94 per case of
48-16 oz. tins


$1.63 per single pound
-1- -
$29.14 per case of
6-5 lb. tins
$4.86 per .5 hb. tin
$22.84 per 25 lb. tin


Maximum Retail Price.


" Area A"

$1.34 per tin

$1.39 per tin

$1.36 per tin


12c. per oz,

$1.07 per lb.


Area "B"

$1.35 per tin

$1.40 per tin

$1.37 per tin


13c. per oz.

$1.08 per lb.


Area C."

$1.36 per tin

S$1.41 per tin

$1.38 per tin


14c. per oz.

$1.09 per lb.


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...' 72c.pr lb. in lots of 80c. per lb.
10 lbs. or more

... $4.70 per 5 lb. tin $1.07 perlb.
$31 50 per case of 75c. per tin
48-12 oz. tins

$1.48 per lb. 85c. per
skillet
... $1.50 per 1i. 44c. per
skillet
... $1.54 per lb. 22c. per
skillet
... $1.65 per lb. 12c. per
skillet


81c. per lb.


$1.08 per lb.
76c. per tin


86c. per
skillet
45c. per
skillet
23c. per
skillet
13c. per
skillet


Area "*

82c. per lb.


$1.09 per lb.
77c. per tin


87c. per
skillet
46c. per
skillet
24c. per
skillet
14c. per
skillet


Area "A means the town of Kingstown and within one mile thereof.
Area B means all other places throughout the Colony other than those.
mentioned in Areas A" :d C ".
Area "C" means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owla, Fancy,
Windsor Forest and the S;. Vincent Grenadines.

Made by the Compe ent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 16th day of February, 1952.

A. V. SPROTT,
(J. 5/1951). Controller of Supplies.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 8 cents.
S1952.


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