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Publication Date: February 24, 1953
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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SAINT' VINC( NT


GOVERN MENT


GAZE LTE


VOL. 86.] sAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 11.),3. [No. 12.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 78.
CORONATION OF HER MAJESTY
THE QUEEN.

It is notified for general information
that two free seats on the pavements
outside Buckingham Palace fogr Lh'pur-
pose of viewing the Coronation Proces-
sion are to be offered to each holder of
the Victoria Cross, George Cross, Albert
Medal in Gold or Edward Medal in
Silver, who cares to apply for them.
Holders of the Victoria Cross should
apply direct to the War Office (M.S. 3),
Stanmore, Middlesex, and others to the
Central Chancery of the Orders of
Knighthood, 8 Buckingham Gate, Lon-
don, S.W.1., and applications must be
received by March 14th, 1953.
Any person wishing to take advantage
of this arrangement would, of course, be
responsible for making his own arrange-
ments to go to London at the time of the
Coronation and to reserve hotel accom-
modation should this be necessary.
24th February, 1953.
(C. 14/1952).

No. 79.
VISIT OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL TO
THE WEST INDIES.

The following exchange of telegrams
is published for general information :-


From the Acting Governor of the IVind-
ward Islands to the Governor of
Trinidad & Tobago:-
Please passthe following message to
Her Royal Highness the Princess
Royal :-
"On behalf of the people of the
Windward Islands I send you
greetings and good wishes for a
pleasant and successful tour of
the British Caribbean. It is very
much regretted that circum-
stances do not permit your in-
cluding these Islands in your
itinerary on this occasion."
ACTING GOVERNOR.

From the Governor of Trinidad &
Tobago to the Acting Govermno
of the Windward Islands:-
Her Royal Highness the Princess
Royal has seen your telegraun
and will be grateful if you
will convey her Royal Highness'
thanks for the greetings and (cood
wishes of the people of the Wind-
ward Islands. She shares i:eiri
regrets that her obligations inr
this Coronation year en;til her
itinerary being shorter thlm i he
could have wished.
GOVERNOR.
24th February, 1953.
(A. 11/1950).


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58 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY 24 FEBRUARY, 1953.-(No. 12).


No. 80.
AMERICAN CONSULATE-
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD.

With reference to Gazette Notice No.
422 of 26th August, 1952, it is notified
for general information that the Exe-
quatur empowering Mr. WILLIAM P.
MADDOX to act as United States Consul-
General at Port of Spain, Trinidad,
received Her Majesty's signature on the
5th January, 1953.
24th February, 1953.
(R. 3/1949).


No. 81.
POST OF FINANCIAL & ECONOMIC
ADVISER, WINDWARD ISLANDS.

With referenceto Notice No. 631 of
16th December, 1952, Mr. W. G. Boss
arrived in Grenada on 14th February,
1953, and assumed duty as Financial
and Economic Adviser, Windward
Islands.
24th February, 1953.
(A. 89/1948).


No. 82.
LEAVE NOTICES.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

The Honourable E. B. MORGAN has
been granted six months' leave of ab-
sence from the Legislative Council with
effect from 23rd February, 1953. Mr.
MORGAN intends to spend the greater
part of this leave in the United Kingdom.
24th February, 1953.
(A. 31/1948).


No. 83.


VACATION LEAVE.


Mr. LOUIS DUNCAN, Junior Clerk,
Public Works Department, has been
granted six weeks' vacation leave with
effect from 1st February, 1953.
24th February, 1953.
(P F. 535).

No. 84.
Mrs. SYBIL McKELL, Junior Clerk,
Government Office, has been granted
twelve weeks' vacation leave with effect
from 2nd February, 1953.
24th February, 1953.
(P. F. 402).


No. 85.
APPOINTMENTS.

Dr. A. E. WARD, B.Sc. (McGill)
M.B., Ch.B. (Edin.), has been appointed
as a District Medical Officer, St. Vincent,
with effect from 18th February, 1953.
24th February. 1953.
(P.F. 655).


No. 86..
CONTROLLING OFFICER, VILLA
AIRPORT, ST. VINCENT.

His Honour the Acting Administrator
has appointed Capt. J. P. KIRTON to be
the Controlling Officer for the Villa
Airport under Section 3 of Statutory
Rules and Orders 1951, No. 56, in place
of the Superintendent of Police, with
effect from 10th February, 1953.
24th February, 1953.
(Q. 15/1952 (D)).



No. 87.
PRISON VISITING COMMITTEE.

The following persons have been
appointed members of the above Com-
mittee for the year 1953 under the
provisions of Rule 3 of the St. Vincent
Prison Rules, 1945 (S.R. & O. No. 39
of 1945):-
E. GLASGOW, Esq., (Visiting
Justice)
G. A. MCINTOSH, Esq.,
H. A. DAVIs. Esq., O.B.E.,
R. T. SAMUEL, Esq.,
T. V. YOUNG, Esq.,
D. F. JOHNSON, Esq.,
Mrs. STELLA DARE,
Revd. J. B. BROOMES,
Supt. of Prisons, Secretary.
24th February, 1953.
(J. 19/1943).


No. 88.
RESUMPTION.


With reference to Notice No. 561 pub-
lished in the Government Gazette of
2nd November, 1952, Mr. GEORGE
MARSHALL, Dispenser, Medical De-
partment, resumed duties with effect
from 2nd February, 1953.
24th February. 1953.
(P. F. 161).












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1953.-(No. 12). S9


No. 89.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

There will be a meeting of the Legislative Council in the Council Chamber,
Kingstown, on Thursday 5th March, 1953, at 10 a.m.
The Order of the Day of this meeting is published with this issue of the
Gazette.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
24th February, 1953.
(A 1/1949)


No. 90.
LEGISLATION.

The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 8.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 3) Notice, 1953.
(J. 5/1951).
24th February, 1953.

No. 91.
The Right Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be ad-
vised to exercise her power of disallow-
ance in respect of the following Ordin-
ance of this Government :-
No. 25 of 1952.-An Ordinance to
amend the Hydro-Electric Ordi-
nance,1951.
(P. 2/1951).
24th February, 1953.

No. 92.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Supplies and Services (Continu-
ance) Order, 1952. is published
with this issun of the Gazette.
(J. 11/1944).
24th February, 1953.


No. 93.


VACANT POSTS.


MANAGER AND PROGRAMME
DIRECTOR.
Applications are invited for the post
of Manager and Programme Director,
Windward Islands Broadcasting Station,
Grenada, on Contract for three years in
the first instance.
Salary: The salary of the post is
800 per annum. A trans-
port allowance of 100 per
annum and a cost of living
allowance of 100 per an-
num is also payable.
Duties: The station will be operated
as a sub-department of Gov-
ernment and the officer will


be responsible for its finan-
cial and general manager
ment in accordance with
Colonial Regulations and
the General Orders and Fi-
nancial Rules of the Wind-
ward Islands. He will be
required to supervise pro-
grammes and will be ex-
pected to undertake such
duties in connection with
broadcasting as may be re-
quired of him by Govern-
ment.
Qualifi- Applicants should have
cations: broadcasting ex p e r i ence
particularly in script writ-
ing and production of radio
programmes. Experience
in commercial broadcasting
will be of assistance al-
though not necessary. Ap-
plicants should also have
good administrative expe-
rience and business ability.
They should also possess a
sound knowledge of condi-
tions in the Caribbean Area
and should be familiar with
current w r 1d events.
'l'echnical knowledge of
wireless transmission is not
required. Knowledge of
copyrigh:ht laws land the laws
of lib,1l and slander is de-
sirable, thl ,11h, not essen-
tial.
Quiarters: Quartoers are not provided.
Leave & The ollicer will be eligible
Passages: to earn leave at the rate of
one'week for each complet-
ed period of three months
resident service. Free first
class passages are provided
on appointment and on
satisfactory termination of
contract for the officer and
his family between Grenada
and the place of recruit-
inent. Leave passages are
not provided.
Further particulars are obtainable
from the Chief Secrelary, Windward
Islands, Grena'da, to whom applications,
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60 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1953.-(No. 12).


with three testimonials and a recent
photograph should be addressed to
reach him not later than 30th April,
1956.
24th February, 1953.
(Q. 1154/1936 II).

No, 94.
ASSISTANT INFORMATION OFFICER.

Applications are invited from persons
of British, French, Netherlands or
United States nationality to fill the post
of Assistant Information Officer on the
staff of the Central Secretariat of the
Caribbean Commission in Port of Spain,
Trinidad.
Men and women are equally eligible
for the post.
Applicants should have had previous
journalistic or public relations experi-
ence. The Assistant Information Offi-
cer is required to develop and maintain
sources of information, to collect and
prepare material for publication in the
Commission's Monthly Information
Bulletin, and for use in its weekly radio
programme; to prepare press releases
and arrange interviews, and to perform
other duties in connection with the
printing and dissemination of publica-
tions handled by the Information Sec-
tion.
Candidates are required to be fluent
in English, but preference will be given
to persons who also have a knowledge
of French, Dutch or Spanish.
The salary for this post is U.S. $3,600
per annum, rising by increments of U.S.
$240 to a maximum of U.S. $4,800 per
annum. Salary is expressed in U.S.
dollars, but will be payable in the cur-
rency of the country in which the em-
ployee is stationed.
Applications should reach the office of
the Secretary General of the Caribbean
Commission not later than 31st March,
1953, and should be accompanied by the
applicant's curriculum vite, references
and one recent pliotograph.
Furtlher particulars nmay be obtained,
if required, from The Secretary General,
Caribbean Commission, Kent House,
Port of Spain, Trinidad; to whom all
communications should be addressed.
24th February, 1953.
(A. 15/1950).

No. 95.
ARMY OFFICERS' EMERGENCY
SrsMERVE.

Applications are invited from persons I
who would be prepared to take up corn-


missions, in the event of mobilisation,
in certain military establishments.
2. It is intended to compile a role of
suitable civilians to be known as The
Army Officers' Emergency Reserve who
could be commissioned quickly should
the necessity arise.
3. The Reserve is open to the follow-
ing categories of civilians :-
(a) those with previous full-time
commissioned service in the
Army who have no other reserve
liability ;
(b) those with NO previous com-
missioned service whose quali-
fications, and civilian experience
are such that other rank and
officer cadet school training are
unnecessary.
4. Full particulars of qualifications
necessary for commissioning in the
various Branches of the Army are avail-
able at Government Office and all appli-
cations, in the first instance, should be
made to the Administrator.
24th February, 1953.
(Sec. 3/1950).



No. 96.
TEMPORARY POST OF SURVEYOR,
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
DOMINICA.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment on contract to the temporary post
of Surveyor, Public Works Department,
for work on road and other construction
projects in the Colony of Dominica,
B.W.I.
Applicants should be licensed survey-
ors preferably with experience in the
interpretation of aerial photographs, in
topographic and cadastral mapping, and
in route surveying. Previous experi-
ence of work in mountainous country
would be an advantage. The success-
ful applicant will be required to under-
go medical examination for physical
fitness
TheFsalary of the temporary post will
be at the rate of $3600 per annum plus
a temporary Cost of Living Allowance
of 162% of salary. Field subsistence
allowance will be paid at current rates
in accordance with local regulations.
The Public Works Department will
furnish transport. Housing is not pro-
vided
Appointments will be on contract for
threee (3) years in the first instance.
Applications stating qualifications and
particulars of experience should be
addressed to the Establishment Officer,













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1953.-(No. 12). K1


Government Office, Roseau, Dominica,
B.W.I., and should reach that address
not later than March 27th, 1953.
Applications from members of the
Government Service of any Colony
should be transmitted through the Offi-
cer Administering the Government of
that Colony.
24th February, 1953.
(A. 15/1950).


No. 97.
TUTOR (CROP HUSBANDRY) AND TUTOR
(ANIMAL HUSBANDRY).

Applications are invited for the two
posts of TUTOR (Crop Husbandry) and
TUTOR (Animal Husbandry) for ap-
pointment about August 1953, by the
Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute, which
is to be opened in Trinidad later in the
year by seven British West Indian Gov-
ernments, as a residential institution
for 40 students, to train Staff of Depart-
ments of Agriculture and others in the
practice and theory of agriculture at
sub-university level. The TUTORS
will be required to co-operate with the
Principal in responsibility for practical
and theoretical tuition, farm manage-
ment, supervision and extra-curricula
activities.
Candidates should have a Degree or
Diploma in Agriculture, with, if possi-
ble, post-graduate training and/or ex-
perience in tropical agriculture, espe-
cially in the case of tropical crops and/
or experience in agricultural education.
Appointments will initially be on
contract at a salary, according to qualifi-
cations, within the scale $3,120-$120-
$3,840- $240-$5,280 per annum. Ar-
rangements will be made to maintain
any existing pension rights or a gratuity
will be paid in lieu thereof. Self-con-
tained quarters provided at 10% of salary
to maximum of $50 a month, pils 5%
per annum of the value of furniture
supplied. Free passages for TUTOR,
his wife and maximum of two children,
on appointment and termination of con-
tract. Liberal leave on full salary.
Applications, giving full information
of qualifications anld experience, with
the names and addresses of three res-
ponsible persons who may be approach-
ed for references, should .e addressed
to THE PRINCIPAL, EASTERN
CARIBBEAN FARM INSTITUTE.
ARTMA P.O.. TRINIDAD. R.W.T. to
reach him not later thrn Ist April. 1953.
24th February, 1953.
(E. 1/1952).


SALE OF LAUNCH.


It is notified for general information
that a sanitary launch, the principal
characteristics of which are outlined be-
low, will be sold by public auction.,at
Point-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, on 2th
February, 1958.
1-Built in 1951 at Martigues (Bouch-
es-du-Rh6ne) France and commis-
sioned in November 1952 after
certification by the Bureau Veri
tas ".
2-Length overall ...' 50 ft. 23 f1"
3-Beam ... ... 13 ft. 9 in.
4-Depth ... ... 5 ft. 11 in.
5-Draft ... .. 2 ft. 11 in.
6-Displacement ... 10 tons
7-Motors: (Two Chrysler Marine)
8-Each engine ... 145 H.P.
9-Regime ... 3.200 R.P.M.
10-Maximum speed ... 20/21 knots
11-Cruising speed ... 15116 knots
12-The boat is equipped with wash-
room and W.C.-It has 2 cabins,
one for the crew and one for pass-
engers, each with 4 bunks.
The price asked is Fcs: 5,000,000.
The sale is open to all prospective
buyers-French or Foreign-for cash,
and the price must be paid immediately
upon sale. To such price shall be added
the following rates to cover various
costs incidental to the auction :
10% on that portion up to Fes: 500.000.
7% ,, ,, from Fcs: 500.000.
to Fes: 2.000.000.
51% . above Fcs: 2.000.060.
The buyer shall take possession of the
launch in the condition in which it shall
be found at time of sale ; no claims will
be admitted after the sale.
18th February, 1953.

By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
24th February, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

B.W.I. TRADE LIBERALISATION
PLAN.

The B.W.I. Trade Liberalisation Plan
will continue e in operation in the colony
(1,,rin. 1953 1,n the same basis as hereto-
fore.
3rd February, 1953.












'6 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 193.--(No. 12-.


FERTILIZER REQUIREMENT S C-lori,!] Treasurer, and if unknown,
1958/54. CL. shall be published in the Gazette."


It is hereby notified that Nitrogenous
'Fertilizers (including Sulphate of Am-
monia) will continue to be subject to
allocation and programming, and in the
circumstances applications for require-
ments in long tons in respect of fertilizer
year July 1953 to June 1954 must be
submitted to the Controller of Supplies
not later than Monday 16th March, 1953.
2. When submitting figure of require-
ments the following information must
be given:-
(a) Minimum requirementsof Nitro-
genous Fertilizers.
(b) Preferred Country of Origin.
(c) Importers or Agents. J
(d) Preferred times of delivery.
G. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
(th February, 1953.


KINGSTOWN BOARD ASSESSMENT
ROLL 1953.

Under the provisions of Section 61 of
the Kingstown Btard Ordinance 1897,
notice is hereby given l that the original
assessment list of th-. Kingstown Board
for the current year: may be seecn at
the Treasury, Kingstown, between the
1st day of.l Ma'ch and the ,l.st day of
Maly next and at t inda ice will oe given
during that. 'riod for receiving the rates
and taxes fixed by the Bioard.
A. L. DOPW\;LL,
Uolo'Jnia! Tremu'irer'.
rdl Febri;::iy, 195;'.


GOVER AT S.'-V.IS Gr K. -

The attention of Goverinol'llii n:\ s
Bank Depositors is drawn to iIi, 12 I)2
the Government Savings Bank Ordin-
ance of 1st May, 1936:- -
"12. Every depositor shall once in each
year in the month of February forward
his Pass Book to the Manager for exam-
ination and comparison with the Books
of the office, and for the entry of any
interest due on the 31st December previ-
ous. If any depositor fails to send in his
Pass Book as herein directed the Co-
lonial Treasurer rmy without further
formality forthwith direct that except
the withdrawal of the whole amnont
standing to the credit of the depositor
no further transa tions shall be allowed
in respect of the :!: imir. Notic, of
such directions halll he 1iven to tlih
(leptsitor if his aill' ross is known to th11


A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
Manager, -io
Government Savings Bank.
3rd February, 1953.

CUSTOMS NOTICE.

The co-operation of Masters and Own-
ers of passenger boats is kindly asked in
observing the requirements of Section
6 (1) of Ordinance 25/46 with reference te
the granting of Passenger Boat Certifi-
cates.
The Board of Examiners will be avail-
able for such 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.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS,
ST. VINCENT,
26th January, 1953,

TREASURY NOTICE.

To All Whom It May CONCERN notice
is hereby ivm n that applireatinins from
licensed liquor dealers for Occasional
Liceinces, in accordance with. Section 17
of Ordinance No. 11 of 1948, must be in
the hands of the "-:, ial 'Treasurer at
least tvwo (2) clear (lays I 0ef'ore t h period
for which such Oceasio req :ir d, inllirveiii;, L~;!)nl.: 1 liidays
:Ind Sundays nit l eit ; i1:ch1'(:(- in the
aforesaid tvwo (2) 'i,.as.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting c'oloi ia Tri easturer.



EDUCATION NOTICE.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE
WEST INDIES SCHOLARSHIP
EXAMINATION.

Information has been received from
the Assistant Registrar, University
College of the West Indies that appli-
cants for Scholarshirs in Arts in 1953
can offer Greek as a subject for the
scholarship examniiitiofn. TJ:ose who
wish to do so must notify the Education
Officer as soon as possible.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
PEdniwction Officer.
EDUCATION OFFICE,
ST. VINCENT,
7th Fe1 ruarv. 1953.












SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY, 1953.-(No. 12). 6S


SCHOLARSHIPS AT METROPOLITAN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, PUERTO RICO.

It is notified for general information that under an Agreement signed
between the Governments of the United States and the United Kingdom, the
United States Government, through its Mutual Security Agency has made funds
available for 45 scholarships for candidates from the British Caribbean terri-
tories to be trained for one year at the Metropolitan Vocational School in Puerto
Rico.
A list of the courses which are available and their duration, is given below.
It will be noted that in almost all cases the courses are for a period in excess of
one year. Although the present scholarships are for one year only, the Carib-
bean Commission proposes to request the United States Government to provide
funds in 1954 to allow scholarship holders to complete their courses.
Each scholarship will pay for the student's tuition for the year ($400) and
will enable him to defray the cost of board and lodging and small incidental ex-
penses, for which purpose a sum of $1,000 is paid to the students by the Metro-
politan Vocational School in twelve monthly instalments. The Director of the
Vocational School will make arrangements for students to be accommodated in
suitable boarding houses near the School. No assistance is given by the Mutual
Security Agency or the Caribbean Commission towards the cost of travel to or
from Puerto Rico.
Although the language normally used at the school is Spanish, arrange-
ments have been made for Caribbean students to receive instruction in English.
Applicants must be over the age of sixteen years, have attended Secondary
School and should have had some initial training in the Course for which they
apply.
Application forms, which may be obtained from the Education Office,
Kingstown, must be filled up and returned to that office not later than 6th
March, 1953.
Further information can be obtained from the Education Office.
The following are the Courses offered :-
Name of Course. Duration of Course.
1. Automobile Mechanics 2 years
2. Electricity -2 ,,
3. Furniture Making -2
4. General Mechanics ,,
5. Printing g '
6. Radio I1l*" ; 2
7. Autobudy Repair & Painting 1 ,,
8. Refrigeration 18 months
9. Plumbing & Pipe Fitting 2 years
10. C;arpentry & Woodwork 2
11. W.dtcn Riopairing 2 years
12. IPower Sewing Machine Operiiion 2
13. Dressmaking 2 ,,
14. Diesel lechanics 2 ,,
15. Ornanmntal Iron Works 1 year
16(. Cont'riction Drafting 2 ye(':rs
17. Fi'.nitiire Uplhodliry 1 year
1 laiomry an li rieklayini in '
19. Bakery and Pastry 2 year.
EDUCATION OFFICE, C. V. D. HADLEY,
ST. VINCENT, Education Oficer.
19th February, 1953.
(E. 10/1949).
NOTICE.

PROVISIONAL RC-IEDULE OF ROUTINE VISITS BY THE VETERINARY
OFFICER, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

1st Monday in every month Georgetown and Colonarie.
2Sd ,, Mesopotamia and Belair.
3rd ,, ,, ,, ,, Lavon and Bnccament.
4th ,, ,, Belmont and Troumaca.
In ,r's of emergencies preventing the Veterinary Offi~cvr from making his
visii he will Ireturn on the next day (Tnesdlay). Visits to other centres will be
made when necessary.













64 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY, 1953.-(No. 12).


NOTICE.

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.


It is hereby notified for ,genriral information th;t the Quarterly Licensing
Sessions.will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for thi purpose of bear-
hi.g applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the granting of
certificates in accordance with tlhe Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948, at the times
and places hereunder.


Parish.

St. Ge org"e & St. Andrew


Charlotte


St. David


St. Patrick


Gren r. ines '(Bquia)


Time and Place of Session.
At the Court House, Kingstown, on Wed-
nesday, 18th larch, 1953, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
... At the Court House. Georgetown, on
Friday, 20th March, 1953, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon.
... At tho Court Houso. Clhateanbelair, on
7Thrsday, 12th IlMarch, 1913, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
... At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
r'.'dI'., 13th March, 1958, at 11 o'clock
illn ii ;'or noon.
At the Court House, at Port Elizabeth,
Bequin, on Wednesday. 1st April, 1953,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.


Notice of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must he served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not less than seven days before the day fixed for tl holding
of the Licensing Session.
E. GLA;,GOW,
lMagistrate.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation.


St. George &
St. Andre


Charlotte










Grenadines
(Bequia)


w Olive Samuel


... Grace Hull

Herman
Williams

Leonora Taylor

Albert Williams

Edward Grant

... Louisa Medford


Shop keeper


Residence.



Eveshamn
Vale

Biabon


,1

Byera Hill

George-
town
South
Rivers
Port
Elizabeth


Situation of
Premises.



Evesham Vale


Biaben


,,

Byera Hill

Georgetown

South Rivers

Port Elizabeth


E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
23rd February, 1953.

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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 8.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 3) NOTICE.



(Gazetted 24th February 1953).



1. Short title. This Notice may be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 3) Notice.
2. Amendment. The prices set out hereunder are the Maximum p'ice.
for which the articles enumerated may be sold in the colony and the First Src.eduier
Part B to the Prices Control Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby ame :
deleting all the words, figures and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the
articles: "Tea-Red Rose," "Margarine," "Lard," "Biscuits Unsweetened-
Sunrise & Cleese Cracklets," and substituting therefore the following :
FIRST BSC DTUJE-PART B.


Maximum Wholesale


Price


Maximum Retail Price.


Tea-Red Ros--
2 oz. pkis.


rarsa'-ite-B ,rbait s ...
Margarine-B/dos-
Mello Kreen


Glowspraad


Mello Krecn

L-Rrd-Barbados ...
Biscuits Un sweetened-
Sunrise Crackers ...


$1.37 per 1b.
$1.33 ,,,
$1.31 ,,
$19.03 per tin

$16.02 per ctn. of
6-5 lb. tins
$2.67 per 5 lb. tin
$16.19 per ctn. of
6-5 lb. tins
$2.69 per 5 lb. tin
$13.29 pir etn. of
24-1 lb. tins
$16.88 per 35 1b). pail

$3.14 per 9 lb. tin


Area. A"'

20c. per pkt.
38c. per pkt.
75c. per pkt.
53c. per lb.

GOc. per lb.


60c. per lb.


62c. per lb.

54c. per lb.

41c. per lb.


Area B" | Area "' 0."


21c. per pkt.
39c. per pkt.
76c. per pkt.
54c. per lb.

61c. per lb.


Glc. per lb.


63c. per lb.

55c. per Ib.

42c. per lb.


22c. per pkt.
40c. per pkt.
77c,. per p kt.
55c, per lb).

62c. per 11).


62c. per lb.


64c. per lb.

56c. per lb.

43c. per lb.


[ P.T.O.]


Article.








Article. Maximum Wholesale Prtce. Maximum Retail Price.
~ --- -- --- -- ^ ,^ ^ ^ .^ ^,,
Area "A." Area "B." "Area C."
Stinrise Cheese-
Cracklets ... $6.17 per tin of 29c.perpkt. 30c.perpkt. 31c. per pkt.
25-2 oz. pkts.

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" and C ".
Area C means all the villages of Overland, Sandy Bay, Owla, Fancy, Windsor
Forest and the St. Vincent Grenadines.


Made by the Competent Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order, 1947 (S.R. & O No. 25) this 24th February, 1953.
0. C. H. THOMAS,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
(J. 5/1951).

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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 8 cents. 1
1953.





STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


1952 No. 209.

SUPPLIES AND SERVICES.

The Supplies and Services (Continuance) Order, 1952.

Made 4th December, 1952
Laid before Parliament 5th December, 1952
Coming into Operation 7th December, 1952

At the Court at Buclingham Palace, the 4th day of December, 1952
Present
The Queen's Most E-cllknt Majesty in Council.

Whereas by section eight of the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) Act,
3f,45(c), the said Act was limi!td to expire on the tenth day of Decem12r, nineteen
hundred and fifty, five years after the passing thereof, unless continued in force
under that section :
And Whereas by Orders in Council(b) made under that section the said Act
was continued in force until the tenth day of December, nineteen hundred and
fifty-two :
And Whereas it is provic:.d by that section that if an Address is presented to
Her Majesty by each House of Parliament praying that the said Act should be
continued in force for a further period of one year from the time at which it would
otherwise expire, Her Malesty may by Order in Council direct that it shall continue
in force for that further period :
And Whereas such an Address has been presented to Her Majesty by each
House of Parliament as aforesaid :
Now, therefo:,;, Hor Majesty, in pursuance of the said section eight and of all
other powers enabling Her in that behalf, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her
Privy Courcil, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows :-
1. The Supplies and Fervices (Transitional Powers) Act, 1945, which would
otherwise expire on the tenth day of December, nineteen hundred and fifty-two,
,hall continue in force for a further period of one year until the tenth day of
December, nineteen hundred and fifty-three.
2. This Orrler may be cited as the Supplis and Services (Cont.ir-ance) Order,
1952, and .1,;l come into operation on the seventh day of December, nineteen
hundred and fifty-two.
F. J. Fernau.
(a) 9 & 10 Geo. 6. c. 10.
(b) S.I. 1950/17G9; 1950 III, p. 51 and S.I. 1951/2116; 1951 III p. 27.

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