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SAINT' VINClENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Sub ii hedt by githorit .


VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1953. [No. 24.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 168.
VISIT OF ACTING GOVERNOR TO ST. LUCIA.
His Excellency Mr. W. F. COUTTS, M.B.E., Acting Governor of the
Windward Islands, left Grenada for St. Lucia on 18th April, for a visit of
about eight days.
Mr. L. COOLS-LARTIGUE, Chief Secretary, Windward Islands, has been
appointed Governor's Deputy during His Excellency's absence from Grenada.
21st April, 1953.
(A. 2/1950).

No. 169. the general discussion was continued.
WEST INDIAN FEDERATION It was agreed that when this had been
CONFERENCE, LONDON. concluded probably tomorrow-the
SConference would divide into two Com-
The West Indian Federation Confer- mittees. The first-on Constitutional
ence opened in Public Session at 10, matters-would be presided over by
Carlton House Terrace, London, this Lord Munster and the other on
morning, 13th April. Financial Questions-under the Chair-
The Secretary of State for the Colon- manship of Mr. MAUDLING. o M
ies (Mr. LYTTELTON), who presided, in Plen-
was accompanied by the Earl of Mun- The Conference will resume in Plen-
ster, Parliamentary Under Secretary of ary Session tomorrow morning. EcaIro
State for the Colonies; Mr. REGINALD 13th April, 1953.
MAUDLING, Economic Secretary to the
Treasury; and Sir THOMAS LLOYD, per- No. 170.
manent Under Secretary of State, Col-
onial Office. The West Indian Federation C.nfer-
A speech of welcome was made by ence resumed in plenary session this
Mr. LYTTELTON and replies were given morning at 10 Carlton House Terrace.e
by Members of all the visiting Dele- Lord Munster, Parliamentary Under
gations. / Secretary of State, presided. The Con-
The Conference then went into Pri- ference concluded its general discussion
vate Session to discuss the broad ap- on the broad issues raised and went on
proach to the problems of Federation. to consider in Committee under Mr. R.
During the afternoon session, under MAUDLING'S chairmanship some of the
the Chairmanship of Mr. LYTTELTON, financial aspects of Federation.






SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1953.-(No. 24).


It was agreed that the Conference MUNSTER (Parlimentary Under-Secre-
should meet in Finance Committee tary of State) in the chair and resumed
tomorrow morning and in Constitu- its consideration of the Standing Closer
tional Committee in the afternoon. Association Committee's constitutional
15th April, 1953. proposals.
The Conference will resume in Finance
1. Committee tomorrow morning and in
Constitutional Committee in the after-
The Conference on West Indian noon.
Federation met in Constitutional Com- 20th April. 1953.


mittee at 10, Carlton House Terrace. on
the morning and afternoon of April
16th, under the Chairmanship of Lord
MUNSTBR.
The Committee resumed its review of
the Constitutional Proposals made in
the Report of the Standing Closer
Association Committtee.
The Committee met again on the
morning of April 17th.
17th April, 1953.

No. 172.
The Conference on West Indian Fed-
eration resumed in Constitutional
'Committee under the Chairmanship of
Lord Munster.
Agreement was reached on a number
-of points discussed. The Conference
will resume on Monday morning 20th
April.
18th April, 1953.

No. 173.
The Conference on West Indian
Federation resumed in Finance Com-
mittee this morning under the Chairman-
ship of Mr. R. NMAUDLING (Economic
Secretary to the Treasury), and con-
tinued the discussion of the financial
relationship between the U. K. and the
Federation.
In the afternoon the Conference met
in Constitutional Committee with Lord


No. 177.


1(C.33/1951).
I-
No. 174.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
The Honourable W. A. HADLIY has
been granted leave of absence from the
Legislative Council from the 15th Apiril
to the end of October, 1953.
During the course of his leave, which
he is spending in the United Kingdom,
Mr. HADLEY will attend Her Majesty's
Coronation as the Colony's Official Rep-
resentative.
21st April, 19133.
(A. 31/1948).

No. 175.
The Honourable G. H. CHARLES has
been granted one week's leave of ab-
sence from the Executive and Legisla-
tive Councils with effect from 19th
April.
21st April, 1953.
(A. 31/1948).

No. 176.
VACATION LEAVE.
Miss KATHLEEN JACOBS, Clerk to
Education Officer, has been granted six
months' vacation leave with effect from
15th April, 1953.
21st April, 1953.
(P F. 101).


APPOINTMENTS.


COTTON CLOSE SEASON, 1953.

Under the provision of Section 8 (1) of the Cotton Protection Ordinance
Cap. 37, the nnderiupntioned persons have bheen appointed Inspectors for the
purpose of the Close Season Regulations :-


C. J. Williams
R. E. Lockbart
G. R. Vanloo
B. A. Reddock
J. H. Crozier
0) J. Olli\i,.rre
\V. A. Phillip.
AI. S. Morris


Agricultural Assistant (North Windward)
(South Windward)
Senior Instructor
Ag'ricilttr al I n.itrnctor





SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1953.-(No. 24). 117


J. A. De Freitas
J. C. Dublin
Cornelius Williams
C.,B. Mathews
A. E. Lawrence
K, D. Bonadie
L. C. Thomas
O. F. Gould
H. V. D. Shortte
Robert Lougheed
David McTair
Clive Charles
L. Gooding
Henry Hackshaw
E. F. Caesar
James Roberts
Theophilus Harry
James Creese
Alex Parsons
Jonathan Babb
Charles Bartholomew
Jack Robertsoni
Christian Adams
21st April, 1953.


No. 178.
Mr. H. M. CHRISTOPHER has been
confirmed in the post of Assistant Sec-
retary (Administrative), W i n d w a r
Islands, with effect from 19th March,
1952.
21st April, 1953.
(A. 29/1948).


No. 179.
Mr. A. E. LAWRENCE, as a Junior
Agricultural Instructor, Department of
Agriculture, with effect from 1st August,
1952.
21st April, 1953.
(P. F. 663).


No. 180.
ACTING APPOINTMENTS. '
Miss KATHLEEN MARSHALL, Junior
Clerk, has been appointed to act as
Clerk to Education Officer, with effect
from 15th Aplil, 1953:
21st April, 1953.
(P.F. 406).


No. 181.
AMERICAN CONSULATE, PORT OF
SPAIN, TRINIDAD.
With reference to Gazette Notice No.
502 of 7th October, 1952, the Exequatur
empowering Mr. GEORGE E. MILLER to
act as United States Consul at Port-of-
Spain, Trinidad, received Her Majesty's
signature on the 2nd March, 1953.
21st April, 1953.
(R. 3/1949).


Junior Agricultural Instructor
,, ,, ,,--- ----
( '




Field Assistant, C.P.E.S.
Forest Guard (North Leeward)
Ranger, Union Island
Fishery Instructor, Canouan
Land Settlement Watcher, Bequia
Land Settlement Overseesr, Canouan
.,, (Leeward)
Rosebank
Troumaca
Diamond
Mesopotainia
Kingstown
Lowmans Hill (Leeward)
Layou
Barrouallie


No. 182.
LEGISLATION.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 14.-The Cotton Pro-
tection (Close Season) Order, 1953.
(B. 14/1951).
S.R. & O. No. 15.-The Prices Control
(Amendment No. 6) Notice, 1953.
(J. 6/1951).
S.R. & O. No. 16.-Proclaiming Fri-
day the 1st day of May, 1953, to
be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony.
21st April, 1953.

No. 183.
VACANT POSTS.

SENIOR DISTRICT OVERSEERS OF
ROADS, PUBLIC WORKS DEPART-
MENT, ST. VINCENT B.W.I.
Applications are invited for two posts
of Senior District Overseers of Roads,
Public Works Department, St. Vincent,
B.W.I.
The salary of each post is $960 per
annum rising by annual increments of
$60 to $1,440 per annum. A transport
allowance of $876 per annum is payable
if a Motor Car is maintained and $210
per annum in the case of a motor Cycle.
The Cost of Living Allowance obtaining
is also payable.
Applicants should have had experience
in road construction work, road construc-
tion plant, road drainage, and retaining
walls and culverts. Some experience In
reinforced concrete work, bridges and
river control will be an advantage. The
ability to control labour is essential.
The application should be on the offi-
cial Application Form which can he







118 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1953.-(No. 24).


obtained at Government Office and
should be in the applicant's own hand-
writing accompanied by any credentials
and testimonials he may have and
should be addressed to the Assistant
Administrator, Government Office, St.
Vincent, B.W.I.
Applications should be submitted not
later than 30th April, 1953.
21st April, 1953.

No. 184.
JUNIOR OVERSEERS OF ROADS,
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
Applications are in vited forfive posts
of Junior Overseers of Roads, Public
Works Department, St. Vincent, B.W.I.
The salary of each post is $720 per
annum rising by annual increments of
$60 to $960 per annum. A transport
allowance of $210 per annum is payable
in respect of a motor cycle which must
be maintained as a means of transport.
The Cost of Living Allowance obtaining
is also payable.
Applicants should have .had expe-
rience in road surface maintenance and
the maintenance of road drainage, retain-
ing walls and culverts. Experience in
reinforced concrete work and a knowl-
edge of road construction plant will be
an advantage. The ability to control
labour with experience in timekeeping
is essential.
The application should be on the offi-
cial Application Form which can be
obtained at G o v e r n men t Office and
should be in the applicant's own hand-
writing accompanied by any credentials
nd testimonials he may have and should
e addressed to the Assistant Adminis-
trator, Government Office, St. Vincent,
B.W.1.
Applications should be submitted not
later than 30th April, 1953.
21st April, I 953.

No. 185.
POST OF SENIOR STAFF OFFICER,
PRISONS DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
Applications are invited for the post
of Senior Staff Officer in the Prisons
Department, Saint Vincent.
The post is in the salary scale of
$1,200 x $60-$1,440. A temporary cost
of living allowance commencing @
$317.44 p.a., house allowance of $288 p.a.
and uniform allowance of $58 p.a. will
also be paid.
The post is non-pensionable.
The successful candidate will be re-
quir,-I to serve a probationary period of


1 year in the first instance. He should
have some experience in book-keeping,
and some knowledge of Modern Methods
of Social Reform and Prison Adminis-
tration.
Applications should be addressed to
the Assistant Administrator and Estab-
lishment Officer, Kingstown, St. Vincent,
and should reach him not later than
31st May, 1953.
21st April, 1953.

No. 186.
MISCELLANEOUS.

SUGAR.
The Minister of Food announces that
in accordance with the Chancellor's
budget statement, sugar is to be de-
rationed later in the year, and that as
an interim step the domestic sugar ration
is to be increased to 12 ozs. per week on
17th May. The allowance of sugar for
manufacturers and caterers will ;e in-
creased in the same proportion i.e. about
20 per cent on the same day.
In accordance with the Common-
wealth Sugar Agreement, the Ministry
of Food is buying all the sugar available
from Commonwealth countries. Al-
though supplies from this source are
continuing to increase, they are not yet
sufficient to enable sugar rationing lo be
brought to an end this year. This
could only be done by the purchase of
supplies from other sources. The Min-
istry of Food has therefore made a
special purchase from Cunba ion tons. This is purely a commercial
transaction to enable sugar to be de-
rationed this year. The purchase pro-
vides for the delivery of the sugar over
the next two years. It has been pur-
chased at a price which is likely to work
out on an average at rather under 3
cents per pound.
21st April, 1953.
(B. 47,1948).

No. 165.
APPLICATIONS FROM COLONIAL
CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION TO
MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED
KINGDOM IN OCTOBER, 1954
The following extract from corres-
pondence received from the Director of
Colonial Scholars is published for gen-
eral information:-
"Competition for entry to medi-
cal schools continues to be very
keen and almost all schools receive
far more applications than they can
accept. Tn half the schools in






SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1953.-(No. 24). 119


which candidates are placed by the
Director of Colonial Scholars, en-
tries now close in the Autumn pre-
vious to admission.
"In order that Colonial candi-
dates may have the maximum
opportunity of succeeding in the
competition for medical entry, it is
necessary that the papers of all
medical candidates desiring admis-
sion in 1954 should be in the hands
of the Director of Colonial Scholars
by the 1st July, 1953. Applications
for all the London schools, in par-
ticular, must ba received by the 1st
July, to enable them to be con-
sidered, and effective entries sub-
mitted by the due date. This ap-
plies also to an increasing number
of the provincial schools."
In order to avoid delay and disap-
pointment, prospective candidates must
make application as early as possible.
21st April, 1953.

No. 187.
BANK HOLIDAY.
By virtue of a Proclamation issued
with this Gazette (S.t. & O. No. 16),
Friday 1st May. 1953. being: a Bank
Holiday, all Public Offices will be closed
on that day.
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
21st April, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

POST OF PRICE INSPECTOR,
GRENADA.
Applications are invited for the post
of Price Inspector, Grenada. at a salary
of $1,920 per annum together with a
temporary cost of living allowance of
$384 per annum and a transport allow-
ance at the rate of $900 per annum.
The appointment will be on probation
for a period of one year, and the suc-
cessful applicant will be required to
furnish a medical certificate of fitness.
2. The duties of the Price Inspector,
which are to cover the whole Colony of
Grenada (including Carriacou) are:-
Periodical inspection of all shops
and stores to see that the Prices
Control Regulations regarding the
marking of prices of goods and the
percentages allowed on landed cost
are observed; i I_ i


Inspection of fish, meat and vege-
table markets to see that the Price
Control Orders and other Regula-
tions regarding the sale of these
articles are observed;
Prosecution of cases of breaches of
the Price Control Regulations in
the Courts;
Fixing prices of imported goods on
the directions of the Competent
Authority.
The Headquarters will be St.
George's where this Officer will be re-
quired to reside.
3. Applicants should not be more than
40 years of age, and experience in a
commercial house is desirable.
4. Applications should be addressed
to the Administrator and should reach
that Officer not later than Thursday,
30th April, 1953. The following infor-
mation should be given:-
(a) Date of birth;
(b) Where educated and examin-
ations passed;
(c) Employment since leaving
school;
(d) Two references.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
GRENADA,
27th March, 1953.
(A. 15/1950).

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE NOTICE.
Friday, the 1st May, being a Bank
Holiday, the Public Assistance recipi-
ents in the Calliaqua, Stubbs, Biabou
and Mesopotamia Districts will be paid
their allowances on Thursday April
30th, instead.'
VIVIAN TH. YOUNG,
Public Assistance Oficer.
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OFFICE,
20th April, 1953.

NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the Chief
of Police has approved of the under-
mentioned building for the storage of
petroleum.
This notice is issued in accordance
with Section 9 (6) of Cap. 180 of the
Laws of St. Vincent.
Particulars.
The building specially erected for the
storage of petroleum by Mr. HENRY A.
COOMBS of Georgetown and situate be-
tween the house occupied by him on
7th April, 1953, and the River.
A. L. JENKINS, Lt.-Col.,
Chief of Police.
7th April, 1953.







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1953.-(No. 24).


NOTICE. Government has inspectors to assist
you in making certain that a thorough
CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION clean up is effected, one or two who do
AUTHORITY. not comply will cause ruin to their own
and others cotton next year. Cleaning
WATER SHORTAGE. up therefore is not a matter of the In-
The Public is hereby notified that the spector wishing to prosecute, it is a
rainfall in the Kingstown Area during matter of helping yourselves to protect
March of this year (2.65 ins.) was about this important crop,
.32 per cent less than the Average Rain- If Cotton il grow agaidown, and provide
fall for this month over the last 56 years dug out it will grow again, and provide



the average for these months over the fr nighr two or three okra plants
.last 56 years. On the other hand the in your or t inhe bosh you
average rainfall during January, Febru- nar y house, or far i the bsh you
ary and March o 2, when there was Imay cause thotlsands o dollars damage
ary and March o 952, when there was to St. Vincent.
.apparently no shortage of water, was When you market okras in the Close
about the same as the average for the Season you are opening yourself to
same period of this year. prosecution, as you are committing a
It is therefore apparent that during flarantbreach of the Close Season regu-
this dry spell there has been a tendency lations Please, therefore, show that
to consume more water than usual from yon are more intelligent and respon-
the mains for domestic, gardenlaundry sible member of the community by not
and commercial purposes, doing so in future.
Consumers are therefore asked to con- Please help yourselves, help your
serve the mains water supply as much neighbours, and help your Inspectors to
as possible and to ascertain that all leaks have a thorough clean up during the
are repaired; and that taps are not left otton Closeg Season for 1953.
running or dripping. At no time
should personal or clothes washing be
done at public standpipes as this is con- ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
trary to law.


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


COTTON AND OKRA CLOSE SEASON.
Why is it necessary to have a Close
Season for Cotton and Okras ?
Every year our cotton is destroyed or
stained by attacks from Pink Boll
Worm and Cotton Stainers. These
pests can only live a short time without
food. They require cotton leaves,
shoots and seeds to thrive on, but they
can also live on okras and some types of
trees which are closely related to the
cotton plant. Therefore, if we destroy
all the cotton and okra plants, and clean
up and destroy all seed cotton in our
fields, cotton houses, and our homes,
there is every chance that we will kill
off these pests and next year not suffer
serious losses.
These insects multiply very rapidly,
so that if only a few survive, along with
the few plants you fail to destroy or dig
up thoroughly, or in the handful of seed
you leave lying about in or around your
house, this may be sufficient to cause
serious damage to your next crop.


CONTROL NOTICE.
RETURN OF STOCKS.
With reference to Section 28 of the
Prices Control Order (S.R. & 0), 1947,
No. 25, in addition to the articles con-
tained in Part B of the First Schedule
as amended in Prices Control (Amend-
ment No. 5) Notice S.R. & 0. 1953, No.
10 gazetted 12th March, 1953, namely
Flour, Kerosene Oil, Rice and Sugar, all
traders who sell or offer for sale any of
the undermentioned articles shall sub-
mit to the Competent Authority by 12
o'clock noon on the 2nd day of each
month, monthly returns of their stocks
of such articles held at the 1st day of
each month :-
Beef-Corned, pickled, salted or
canned.
Biscuits-Unsweetened.
Bloaters-Smoked.
Butter-Cooking and table.
Cornmeal.
Fish-Salted and pickled.
Lard.
Margarine.
Matches.
Milk-Condensed, evaporated or
powdered.
Oil-Cooking.
Pork-Pickled or salted.
Salt-Coarse and fine in bulk.






SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1953.-(No. 24).


Sardines.
Soap.
Sugar-Local.
Tobacco--Black leaf.
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1953.
A. V. SPROTT,
Comnpelent Authority and
Control, ler of Supplies.


Treasury Department,
St. Vincent,
March 31st, 1953.
TREASURY NOTICE.
Business Houses and other persons
are hereby informed that a new Local
Purchase Order form has been intro-
ducel fo: (Government requisitions of
supplies atd purchases with effect from
April 1st, 1953. All concerned are
therefoie pIAticnuiarly requested not to
fill ;yiv or iers \" atsoever received on
the old Order form, because difficulty
may be experienced in settlement of
claim.
2. The new Order form is in tripli-
cate, anil the Supplier will be served
with Original and Duplicate. The goods
or articles supplied as per Order should
be accompanied niot only by the suppli-
er's bill ; i ivoice ihI a-lo by the
Duplicate of the Ord.rj, after rnat es and
value of the articles have been inserted
in the spaces provided for the purpose.
3. It will not be necessary for the
Supplier to prepare or to submit the
usual Payment Voucher as heretofore,
which will be the responsibility of an
officer of the Department from which
the Order issued. In this connection,
if settlement is not made by the end of
the month succeeding that in which the
transaction took place (goods supplied
on Order) all concerned are invited to
send a prompt reminder to the default-
ing Head of Department and a copy to
the Colonial Treasurer. In the month
of December in any year, however, all
monies due by Government are to be
settled before 31st December.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.


NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Mariners are warned that mooring
buoys, marker buoys and sinkers have
been established within a radius of 750
feet to the west and north of the new
west beacon in Scarborough harbour,
Tobago. This beacon is in Lat. 11 10' 52"
North, Long. 600 43' 40" West, and
carries a flashing red light B:pu 10


The area under reference is to be re-
garded as dangerous to navigation and
mariners are warned accordingly.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer,
and Registrar of Shipping.
14th April, 1953.


SUPREME COURT NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the sitt-
ing of the Supieme Court of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands in its
CIVIL. CRIMINAL AND APPELLATE
JURISDICTIONS in the Saint Vincent
Circuit which was scheduled to com-
mence on Tuesday the 21st day of April,
1953, has been adjourned to Monday the
27th day of April. 1953. at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon.
The personal attendance of parties
concerned and of such persons as are
bound over by recognizance to prosecute
or give evidence or summoned as Jurors
or witnesses will not, therefore, be re-
quired until the said 27/h day of April,
1953.
Dated this 17th day of April, 1953.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar Supreme Court.


SAINT VINCENT.
BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE
SMALL DEBTS ORDINANCE.
IN THE SMALL DEBT COURT,
(Kingstown) District II.
Between


EVERARD HORNE for
Chief Forest Officer
and
AMOS ROBINSON


Plaintiff

Defendant.


NOTICE is hereby given that on Sat-
urday, the 25th day of April, 1953, be-
tween the hours of 7 o'clock in the fore-
noon and 3 p.m. at the Police Station,
Layou, there will be put up for sale the
undermentioned Goods and Chattels be-
longing to the above-mentioned Defend-
ant, levied by virtue of a warrant to levy
on Goods and Chattels issued in the
above suit:-
One (1) Board house 17' x 10' x 18'
-two storeys with galvanised
iron roof situate at Vermont.

REGINALD SAMUEL, L/cpl.
Process Server,
District II.


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122 SAINT VINCINT, TUESDAY, 21 APRIL, 1!-3.--(No. 24).


CLOSING OF PUBLIC LIBRARY. Town Board (Election of Members)
The Public is hereby notified that the Bye-Laws, the Warden of Georgetown
Free Public Library will be closed for will be in attendance at the Police Sta-
Stock-Taking from the 7th-25th April, tion Georgetown, on Monday, 27th
1958, instead of the 7th-13th April, as April, 1953, between the hours of 10
previously stated. a.m. and 2 p.m. for the purpose of re-
Books will be received from borrowers ceiving nominations for one candidate
during the hours of 10.00 a.m.-12.00 to fill the seat of Mr. St. Aubyn H. Cato,
noon, and 1.30 p.m.-5.00 p.m. daily, who has resigned.
Wednesday 3.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m. The Should a poll be required, it will be
Reading Room will remain open as taken at the Police Station on Monday,
usual. 4th May, 1953, between the hours of
NORMA A. PRESCOD, 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and from 1 p.m. to
Librarian. 5.30 p.m.
14th April, 1953. ;" A..S .
C. A. STAY,


GEORGETOWN TOWN BOARD
BYE-ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that in accord-
ance with Section 63 of the Georgetown


Warden and
Presiding Oficer.


10th April, 1953.


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.


NOTICE.


It is hereby notified for general information that a new shipment of
vegetable seeded ht- arrived and will be on sale at the Office of the Department
ef Agriculture on week days between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon and
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the following prices :-


Succession". ir
Early Jersey Wakefield
Stein's Flat Dutch
White Spine
Oxheart
Chartenay
White Icicle
French Breakfast
Marglobe
Beef Steak
Giant Ponderosa
Imperial No. 44
Paramount
Plain or Single
White Velvet
Black Beauty
Early Patna
Detroit Dark Red'


36c. per oz. or 10c. per pkt.
36c. per oz. or 10c. per pkt.
36c. per oz. or 10c. per pkt.
25c. per oz. or 7c. per pkt.
25c. per oz. or 7c. per pkt.
27c. per oz. or 7c. per pkt.
16c. per oz. or 5c. per pkt.
16c. per oz. or 5c. per pkt.
70c. per oz. or 18c. per pkt.
93c. per oz. or 24c. per pkt.
96c. per oz. or 25c. per pkt.
40c. per oz. or llc. per pkt.
25c. per oz. or 7c. per pkt.
25c. per oz. or 7c. per pkt.
13c. per oz. or 4c. per pkt.
83c. per oz. or 21c. per pkt.
$1.22c. per oz. or 32c. per pkt.
17c. per oz. or 5c. per pkt.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


26th March, 1953.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT TEE GOVERNMaE PRnT T OFFTCo ,
KINSQTOWN, 8T. TeaOsT
[ Price 24 cents. 1


Cabbage


Cucumber
Carrots

Radish

Tomato


Lettuce
Parsley

Okra
Egg Plant
Cauliflower
Beets







SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 14.



COTTON PROTECTION (CLOSE SEASON) ORDER.


(Gazetted 21st April, 1953).



1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Cotton Protection (Close
Season) Order, 1953.

2. Close Season. The period beginning on the 1st day of May, 1953, and
ending on the 15th day of August, 1953, for the Island of St. Vincent; the period
beginning on the 15th day of April, 1953, and ending on the 31st day of July, 1953,
for the Islands of Bequia and Mustique and the period beginning on the 1st day of
May, 1953, and ending on the 15th day of July, 1953, for the Saint Vincent
Grenadines (except the Islands of Bequia and Mustique) shall be close seasons
within the meaning of the Cotton Protection Ordinance, (Cap. 37).


Made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the Cotton Protection
Ordinance (Cap. 37) this 13th day of March, 1953.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Council.
(B 14/1951)


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


I Price 4 cts. 3


1953.





SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 15.


PRICES CONTROL (AMENDMENT NO. 6) NOTICE.


(Gazetted 21st April, 1953).


1. Short title. This Notice may .be cited as the Prices Control
(Amendment No. 6) Notice.

2. Amendment. The First Schedule Part A to the Prices Control Order
1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) is hereby further amended by deleting all the words, figures
and symbols occurring in the columns opposite the article: "Rum : White-
Unflavoumed," and substituting therefore the following :

FIRST SCHEDULE-PART A.


Article. Maximum Wholesale Prtce. Maximum Retail Price.

RumArea "A" Area B" Area C."
Rum: White- _______________________
Unflavoured ... Decontrolled Decontrolled

Area "A means the town of Kingsaown and with 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, Owia, Fancy, Windsor
Forest and the St Vincent Grenadines.


Made by the Compel nt Authority under section 30 of the Prices Control
Order 1947 (S.R. & O. No. 25) this 14th day of April, 1953.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(J. 5/1951).

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 4 cents. 1


1953.





37


SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1953, No. 16.



(Gazetted 21st April, 1953).



BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

['.S. ]

BERNARD GIBBS,
Acting Administrator.

WHEREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is enacted
that .it shall be lawful for the Governor in Council from time to time, by
Proclamation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as a Bank
Holiday throughout the Colony;
AND WHEREAS I, by and with the advice of the Executive Council, deem it fit
and proper that Friday the 1st day of May, 1953, known as May-day or Labour Day,
should be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony :
Now THEREPORE I, by and with the advice aforesaid, do hereby appoint Friday
the 1st day of May, 1953, to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Island of Saint Vincent at
the Government Office in the said Island, this 16th day of April, One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-three and in the Second Year of the
Reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.


[ Price 4 cents. ]


1953.




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