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Publication Date: May 5, 1953
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Published bp Autharittg.


VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1953. [No. 26.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 210.
CORONATION OF H.M. QUEEN ELIZABETH II.

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS FOR KINGSTOWN.
(Revised as at 4th May, 1953).

Sunday, 31st May, 1958.
8.30 P.M. Open-air Band Concert at Grammar School Playing Field.
Monday, 1st June, 1953.
10.00 A.M. Administrator inspects Guard of Honour at the Court House
Yard, prior to opening of a Public Meeting at the Legislative
Council Chamber for Messages of Loyalty from the Executive and
Legislative Councils and other Public Bodies.
10.30 A.M. Military Parade through streets of Kingstown.
8.30 P.M. Community Singing at the War Memorial.
Tuesday, 2nd June, 1953.
6.00 A.M. Ringing of Joy Bells(from Churches) for 10 Minutes.
8.30 A.M. Community Procession to Churches. After Church Services,
Military Parade to Grammar School Playing Field.
10.30 A.M. Queen's Birthday Parade on Grammar School Playing Field, fol-
lowed by 21 gun salute.
11.00 A.M. Treats for inmates of the Thompson's Home and Government
Institutions and for the Soup Kitchen".
12.00 Noon Ringing of Joy Bells for 10 Minutes.


12.30 P.M.
to
4.30 P.M.
5.00 P.M.
to
6.30 P.M.
8.00 P.M.







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ICycle & Athletic Meeting at Victoria Park.

Garden Party at Government Housp, including the planting of a
Commemorative tree.
Fireworks Display on Kiingstown Harbour.
















154 BAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1953.-(No. 26).


Wednesday, 3rd June, 1953.
9.00 A.M. Judging of Pageant at Grammar School Playing Field followed
by Pageant Procession through streets of Kingstown.
Pageant Prize-giving at Victoria Park after Procession.
10.00 A.x. Feeding of Poor.
Drive through the Town for fit inmates of Institutions.
12 noon
to Carnival celebrations.
7.00 P.M.
12.00 noon Treat for Primary School Children of Kingstown and neighbour-
ing districts at Grammar School Playing Field
[NOTE: Programmes for Small Towns & Country Districts are being prepared and undes-
taken by Elected Members of Legislative Council in collaboration with Small
Town Boards and Village Councils.
Holidays will be granted to all Schools in the Colony for the week commencing
1st June.]

No. 211.
2a jj -.GOVERNOR-DESIGNATE, WINDWARD ISLANDS.
With reference to Government Notice No. 40 of 23rd January. 1953, it is
notified for general information that Mr. EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM,
O.M.G, C.V.O., O.B.E., Governor-designate of the Windward Islands, accom-
panied by his wife and A.D.C., sailed from the United Kingdom by the
S.S. "Cavina" on 28th April, 1953, and is due to arrive in Trinidad and Gren-
ada on 12th May, 1953.
5th-May,1953.
(P. F. 657). .

No. 212.
IMPENDING RETURN OF ADMINISTRATOR.
With reference to Government Notice No. 42 of 23rd January, 1953, His
Excellency Mr. W. F. COUTTS, M.B.E., Acting Governor of the Windward
Islands, is expected to return to St. Vincent by air on Friday, 15th May, 1953,
to resume his substantive duties as Administrator, St. Vincent.
5th May, 1953.
(P. F. 462).

No. 189.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of the Legislative Council in the Council Chamber,
Kingstown, on Thursday, 7th May, 1953, at 10.00 a.m.
An Addendum to 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.
28th April, 1953.
(A. 1/1949).

No. 214.
No. 213. LEAVE.

TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT. With reference to Gazette Notice No.
175 of 21st April, 1953, the leave of
Mr. LANGLEY LEWIS PUNNETT, J.P., absence granted to the Honourable G. H.
has been appointed as a temporary CHARLEShasbeen extended until further
Nominated Member of the Legislative notice.
Council of Saint Vincent, with effect 5th Ma, 1953
from 1st May, 1953, and during the 19
period of absence from the Colony of (A. 31/1948).
the Honourable WILLIAM ALEXANDER "-
HADLEY. No. 215.
EXTENSION OF LEAVE.
5th May, 1953. With reference to Notice No. 84 pub-
(C. 14/1951). listed in the Government Gazette of
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY. 1953.-(No. 26),


24th February, 1953, Mrs. SYBIL MC-
K,.LL, Junior Clerk, Government Office,
has been granted two months' extension
of leave with effect from 3rd May, 1953.
5th May, 1953.
( f~. 402).

No. 216.
APPOINTMENT'S.
It is notified for general information
tlit His Excellency the Acting Governor
has been pleased to approve the selection
of.Mr. F. A. PHILLIPS, District Officer
abd Magistrate, St. Vincent Grenadines,
fBr" appointment to the post of District
Officer, Carriacou, in succession to Fit.
Lieutenant O. R. KELSICK, D.F.C.,
whose appointment as Assistant Adminis-
trator, St. Vincent, has recently been
announced., i;'- !o .. :-. '"(oizTuw
Mr. PHILLIPS has been seconded to
the post since November 5th, 1951.
5th May, 1953.
(P. F. 133).

No. 217.
HOSPITALs' BOARD OF VISITORS.
The following persons have been re-
appointed members of the Hospitals'
Board of Visitors for a period of one
year with effect from 17th May, 1953 :-
LEWIS L. PUNNETT, Esq., J.P.
Mrs. W. L. WEBB.
5th May, 1953.

No. 218.
CONFERENCE ON WEST INDIAN
FEDERATION.
The Conference on West Indian Fed-
eration met in Finance Committee this
morning with Mr. REGINALD MAUDLING
in chair.
In afternoon Conference resumed in
plenary session under chairmanship of
Secretary of State Mr. OLIVER LYTTEL-
TON and reached agreement on out-
standing constitutional points.
Conference will meet to-morrow
afternoon to consider draft of report in
which its conclusions will be embodied.
29th April, 1953.

No. 219.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN FEDERATION
CONFERENCE.
The West Indian Federation met in
London from 13th to 30th April. It was
attended by Delegates from Antigua, Bar-
bados, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica,
Montserrat, St. Kitts-Nevis Anguilla, St.
Lucia, St. Vincent, Trinidad & Tobago


and the United Kingdom. Observers aso
attended from British Guiana and Brit-
ish Honduras, whose Legislatures had al-
ready declared themselves against parti-
cipation in a Federation.
2. The purpose of the Conference was
to try to reach agreement on the main
features of a Federal Scheme taking as a
basis for discussion the proposals in the
Report of the British Caribbean Standing
Closer Association Committee which was
published in March 1950.
3. The Conference discussed the Fed-
eral Scheme set out in the British Carib-
bean Standing Closer Association Com-
mittee's Report and agreed to certain
modifications in it. The main changes
are as follows :-
(a) Certain amendments should be
made to recognize the principle
that there should be the greatest
possible freedom of movement
within the Federation.
(b) The number of seats in the Senate
should be reduced by the number
originally allocated to British Gui-
ana and British Honduras, i.e.
from 23 to 19.
(c) The title of the House of Assembly
should be altered to House of Rep-
resentatives, and that the alloea-
tion of seats should be as follows:-
Barbados 5
Jamaica 17
Antigua 2
St. Kitts-Nevis 2
Montserrat 1
Trinidad 10
Grenada 2
St. Vincent 2
St. Lucia 2
Dominica 2

45

As Montserrat has only 1 seat
there should be provision for an
alternate.
(d) For the first five years of federa-
tion a person should be allowed to
be a Member of both the Legisla-
ture in his unit and of the Federal
Legislature but he should not be a
member of the Executive Body in
both.
(e) Certain changes should be made in
the categories of bills which the
Governor-General should be em-
powered to reserve for the signifi-
cation of Her Majesty's pleasure.
(f) Changes should also be made in
the list of subjects on which Her
Majesty in Council should have
power to legislate for the Federa-
tion, including the deletion of the
power to legislate for securing and
maintaining public safety in an
emergency, this being a matter
for the Unit Governments.


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136 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1953.-(No. 26).


(g) For the first five years the Council 5. The Conference were informed that
of State, under the Chairmanship Her Majesty's Government recognized
of the Governor-General, should that at the outset the proposed Federa-
consist of :- tion would need some financial assistance
(i) The Prime Minister, and was therefore ready to follow up the
(ii) three Officials appointed by recommendations on this matter made in
the Governor-General in his the Standing Closer Association Commit-
discretion, tee's Report.
(iii) seven Members nominated by Firstly, the region would continue to
the Prime Minister, and share in such financial assistance towards
Colonial Development and Welfare as
(iv) three Senators appointed by Her Majesty's Government is able to
t h e Governor General in make available to Colonial territories.
Council.
Cocil. Secondly, subject to the approval of
(h) The Council of State should be the Parliament, Her Majesty's Government
principal instrument of policy in would make available to the Federation
the Federal Government. In the in the first ten years grants intended to
matter of the appointment and cover the budget deficits of those units
dismissal of Members of the Coun- which, in spite of their best efforts, could
cil, the Governor-General should, not pay their way. The annual amount
except as otherwise provided, act to be paid in each of the first five years
in accordance with the constwtu- would be negotiated nearer the time of
tional conventions applicable to Federation but would not be less than
the exercise of a similar function the average of the ordinary deficits .of
in the United Kingdom by Her grant-aided Colonies during the three
Majesty. years previous to Federation. Further
(1) The Conference agreed that the negotiations would take place in respect
25% of Customs revenues recom- of the second five years. Assistance in
mended by the Standing Closer this form did not exclude the possibility
Association Committee's Report as of Her Majesty's Government considering
the maximum amount to be re- special assistance to Unit Governments
trained by the Federal Government in case of natural disasters, e.g. hurri-
for federal purposes should be re- canes, if the need were established.
duced. They decided that on pres- Finally, Her Majesty's Government
ent indications a figure of 15%, would be willing, subject to the submis-
made up approximately of 10% sion of prepared Schemes, to invite Par-
for those federal costs at present lament to make a grant of up to 500,000
envisaged plus one half of this towards the capital cost of establishing
amount for additional federal the Federal Headquarters.
functions and for reserves, would 6. The West Indian Delegations con-
initially be adequate and adopted eluded that the Standing Closer Associa-
this figure as the new maximum, tion Committee's proposals, subject to
The Conference agreed that an in- the modifications agreed at the Confer-
dependent enquiry on the eve of ence, provided an acceptable and work-
the Federation shall establish able plan for a federation and undertook
more firmly the estimates of an- to support the plan as a whole in their
nual federal costs and this might respective territories and when it came
result in the amount retained by before their legislatures. They were as-
the Federation in the first years sured that Her Majesty's Government
being less than 15%. welcomed the agreement reached, and,
(j) Provision should be made in the that if it was accepted by the West In-
federal Constitution for its amend- dian legislatures, Her Majesty's Govern-
ment by Federal Law iubjeca to ment would take those measures which
safeguards protechng the rights had been indicated to the Conference to
of the Units. enable the Federation to be set up.
(k) During the fifth year from the date 7. The above is a summary of the
of the coming into existence of the main recommendation of the Conference.
Federation, there should be a con- The full report will shortly be published
ferenee to review the federal Con- as a White Paper simultaneously in Lon-
stitution. don and the West Indies.
(1) The seat of Government of the! 2nd May, 1953.
Federation should be in Grenada
instead of in Trinidad as recom-!
mended by the Standing Closer' No. 22'.
Association Committee. I LIE(IIS .ATION.
4. The Conference agreed with thel The under-mentioned Ordinance
Standing Closer Association Committee's which has been assented to by the Dep-
reoommendation that the name of the uty to the Acting Governor is published
Federation should be "The British Carib- for general information with this issue
bean Federation ". of the Gazette :-
















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1953.-( No. 26). 1
1 I gil"I "1r


No. 6 of 1953.-An Ordinance further y No. 209.1'.


to amend the Liquor Licence
Ordinance,1948.
(J. 40/1950).
5th May, 1953.

No. 208.
POST OF SUPERINTENDENT OF,;i
PUBLIC WORKS, ST. VINCENT.
Applications are invited for the post
of Superintendent of Public Works
St. Vincent on contract or secondment
for a period of three years in the first
instance.
SALARY : The Salary of the post will
be in the range from 900
to 1,000 per annum, de-
pending on the candidate's
experience and qualifica-
tions. In addition, a trans-
port allowance at the rate
of 212 10s. per annum is
payable. Cost of living
allowance is not payable.
DUTIES: The Officer will be requir-
ed to perform all duties
appertaining to the Office
of Superintendent of
Works as laid down in
Chapter 143 of the Revised
Edition (1926) of the Laws
of St. Vincent, and in other
relevant legislation. In ad-
dition he will be required
to undertake such other
duties as may from time
to time be imposed on him
by the officer administering
the Government.
QUARTERs: Quarters are not provid-
ed.
LEAVE &
PASSAGES: The officer will be eli-
gible to earn leave provid-
ed that his work and con-
duct have been satisfactory,
at the rate of one week for
each completed period of
three months resident
service. Free first class
passages are provided on
first appointment and on
satisfactory termination of
contract, for the officer and
his family. Leave passages
are not provided.
The appointment carries with it the
liability to transfer to any post of equiva-
lent status within the Windward Islands.
roApplications should be addressed to
the Chief Secretary. Windward Islands,
St. Georg-'s. Grenada. and should reach
him not Iter than S1st May, 1953.
25th April, 1953.


S I


ASSISTANT INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS,
OGRENADA.

Applications are invited for filling
two new posts of Assistant Inspector of
Schools. Grenada.
These posts are pensionable and carry
a salary of $1,920-$96-$2,400 plus a
temporary cost of living allowance of
20%. A transport allowance of $696 per
annum is payable, provided the officer
keeps and maintains a motor ear for the
performance of his duties.
The officer will be posted to one of
the two educational districts into which
it is proposed the Colony should be di-
vided. He will be expected to perform
duties under the direct supervision of
the Inspector of Schools in connection
with the annual examinations of prima-
ry schools, the supervision and inspec-
tion of the work of the schools, the
training of teachers, adult education, the
conduct of certain examinations and
also to perform such other duties as the
Education Officer may assign to him
from time to time.
Applications stating age, qualifications
and experience must be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission,
Government Office, Grenada, and must
reach him not later than 15th May,
1963.
27th April, 1953.
(A. 15/1950).


No. 185.
VACANT POST.


POSTS 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 lie re-
quired to serve a proationary period of
1 year in the fist 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
tie Assistant Adi inisltri tor ;and Es:ib-
lishment Officer, Kings' own, St. Vincent,
















138 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1953.-(No. 26).


and should reach him wat-later than
81st May, 195.
1 ps Ajri, 1953.
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
., 5th May, 1953.

DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER" NOTICES .

POST OF SENIOR ASSISTANT MIS-
TRESS, GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL,
ST. KITTS.
Applications are invited for a pen-
sionable post of Senior Assistant Mistress
at the Girls' High School in St. Kitts,
Colony of the Leeward Islands.
.2. The School is a Government Insti-
tution, and the following salary scale is
now applicable to graduate female
Secondary School teachers in the Lee-
ward Islands Colony, as a result of the
recent conversion of salaries:-
$2292 x $108-$2400 x $120-$2880.
3. Applicants should possess a degree
of a University within the British Com-
monwealth, and the successful candidate
will be required to teach French and
Latin to Higher Schodl Certificate
standard.
Teaching experience will be regarded
as an asset, and the appointment will be
made at a point in the salary scale com-
mensurate with the applicant's expeti-
ence and qualifications: The passage
expenses of the success'iil candidate
will ble paid by the governmentt.
4. The appointee will Ie required to
sign a contract' to seir''( in the Prosi-
dency of St. Kit:s Nevi Anguilla for at
least three years. 'lhe appointment will
be on probation for two years, and will
be subject to the passing of a satisfactory
medical examination'.
5. Applications with at least two
testimonials should be submitted to the
Administrator of St. Kitts Nevis Anguil-
la, not later than the 17th May, 1953,
and the following details should be
given:-
Name;
Date and place of birth :
Photograph ;
Educational qualifications ;
Teaching experience :
Interest in games and physical train-
ing ;
Earliest date at which duty could be
assumed.
ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE,
ST. KITTS NEVIS ANGUILLA,
17th April, 1953.


EDUCATION NOTICES.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
TERM II,-1953.
Term II, 1953, will begin on fpndqy,
11th May, 1953 at 10.30 a.m.
W. M. LOPEY,
.- ..... Headmaster.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
24th April, 1953.

GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.
TERM II, 1953.
Term II, 1953, will begin on Monday,
llth May, 1953 at 10.30 a.m.
J. M. BUCHAN,
Headmistress.
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL,
24th April, 1953.

CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS
1953.
The Cambridge Local Higher School
Certificate and School Certifica e Exam-
inations will be held at this Ceiitre in
November-December 1953.
The fees payable at the Treasury are
as follows:-
(a) University Fee:
H.S.C. 4. 0. 0
S.C. 2. 17. 6
(b) Local Fee:
(H.S.C. & S.C.) 2 0
Entry Forms may be obtained from
the Local Secretary to whom the Forms,
duly filled up, should be returned not
later than Saturday, 20th June, 1953.
Information in connection -with "pri-
vate entries" may be obtained from the
Local Secretary.
W. M. LOPEY,
Local Secretary.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
24th April, 1953.


NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Mariners are warned that mooring
buoys, marker buoys and sinkers have-
been established within a radios of 750
feet to the west and north of the new
west beacon in Scarborough harbour,
Tobago. This beacon is in Lat. 110 10' 52"
North, Long. 60" 43' 40" West, and
carries a flashing red light.
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,.
21st April ,1953.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1953.-(No. 26). 139
*


CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION
AUTHORITY.
NOTICE TO INTENDING PURCHASERS
OF PREMISES WITH WATtER-
SERVICE.
All persons intending to purchase
premises'which are served with a Pri-
vate Water Service from the Central
Water Distribution Authority Mains
are asked to note that according to the
Central Water Distribution Authority
Ordinance, 1950 (Section 35 (1) of No.
12 of 1950) all sums of money owing to
the Central Water'Distribution Autho-
rity niay be recovered as a civil debt
from the owner for the time being of
such premfses. "
Intending purchasers are therefore
advised to satisfy themselves that there
are no Water Rates outstanding for
payment in respect of the premises they
propose to purchase.

G. B. W. MORISON,
Chairman,
Central Water Distribution
Authority.
20th April, 1953.


WATER SHORTAGE.
The Public is hereby notified that the
rainfall in the Kingstown Area during
March of this year (2.65 ins.) was about
32 per cent less than the Average Rain-
fall for this month over the last 56 years
(3.89 ins.) and that the average over the
months of January, February and March
of this year was 30 per cent less than
the average for these months over the
last 56 years. On the other hand the
average rainfall during January, Febrn-
ary and March of 1952, when there was
apparent-ly no shortage of wato r. was
about the same as the average fIr theb
same period of this year.
It is therefore apparent that during
this dry spell there has been a tendency
to consume more water than usual from
the mains for domestic, garden. laundry
and commercial purposes.
Consumers are therefore asked to con -
serve the mains water supply as much
as possible and to ascertain that all leaks
are repaired; and that taps are not left
running or dripping. At no time
should personal or clothes washing be
done at public standpipes as this is con-
trary to law.

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


ENTERTAINMENT TAX NOTICE.


To all whom it may concern Notice is
hereby given that applications for re-
mission by the Governor in Couneil of
the whole or any part of any fees and
taxes payable under the Entertainments
Tax Ordinance No. 43 of 1947, as am-
ended by Ordinance No. 51 of 1951,
-MUST BE IN THE HANDS OF THE COL-
ONIAL TREASURER NOT LATER THAN
ONE FORTNIGHT PRIOR TO THE DATE
OF THE ENTERTAINMENTS in respect
of which the applications are made.
2. Failure to comply with this re-
quirement of a fortnight before the date
of each entertainment will forfeit any
claim to submission for consideration
Sby the Governor in Council, and the
fees and taxes will be due and payable
as if the application had not in fact
been made..Y'"

SA. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
28th April, 1953.
(F. 15/1948).


BY AUTHORITY OF THE LOCAL GOV-
ERNMENT ORDINANCE, 1951.
(No. 17 of 1951).


APPEALS AGAINST ASSESSMENT,
1953.

The Magistrate of the Colony will
hold Special Sessions for the purpose of
hearing appeals, of which legal notice
shall have been given, against assess-
ments made by the Clerks of the under-
mentioned urlm;;i districts at the times
and places following:-
LAYOU-On Tuesday the 12th day
of May. 1953.
BARROUALLIE-On Friday the 15th
day of May, 1953.
CHATEAUBELAIR-On Thursday the
14th day of May, 1953.
GEORGETOWN-On Friday the 22nd
day of May, 1953.
CALLIAQUA-On Tuesday the 26th
day of May, 1953.
PORT ELIZABETH-On Wednesday
the 6th day of May, 1953.
All at 11.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
E. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATES' OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
24th April, 1953.














140 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 5 MAY, 1953.-(No. 26).


NOTICE.

AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1952.

In pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2) (a) of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952, it is hereby notified for general information that the
Governor in Council proposes to make the undermentioned Order under section 3
(1) of the said Ordinance.
Any person who objects to the making of such Order shall give notice ai
writing of his objection, and of the grounds on which he relies in support thereof,
to the Clerk of the Executive Council on or before the 25th day of May, 1958.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Councl.



AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (CANNING OF LOCAL
FOOD PRODUCTS) ORDER.

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Canning of Local Food Products) Order, 1953.

2. Declaration. The establishment, maintenance and operation in the
Colony of plant for the canning of locally grown peanuts and other local food
products is hereby declared to be a pioneer Industry for the purposes of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and locally grown peanuts and other food
products so canned are hereby declared to be pioneer products for the said
purposes.

Made by the Governor in Counsil under section 3 (1) of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952 (No. 5 of 1952) this day of .1953.

Clerk of Executive Coumen.


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