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Publication Date: July 14, 1953
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    Bill: Bill for an Ordinance Futher to amend the Police Ordinance, 1947
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 29: The Income Tax (Amendment) Rules, 1953
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    Supplements to Gazette: The Accounts of the Colony for the period 1st January to 28th February, 1953
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    Supplements to Gazette: The Radio Telephonic Hurricane Warnings in the Caribbean Area perepared by the Eastern Carrbbean Hurricane Committee and issued by the Central Secretariat of the Carribbean Commission 1953
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    Supplements to Gazette: The Election Lists of District Delegates to represent Small Growers on the Arrowroot Association
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


VOL. 86.] SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JULY, 1953. [No. 43.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 344.
GENERAL ORDERS.

The following, Orders regarding the employment- of
Female Officers in the Public Service are effective in St. tVin-
cent from 1st July, 1953:-

CHAPTER XVII-FEMALE OFFICERS.


422. On or after the 1st day of July, 1953, no married
woman shall be appointed to the Service except on a tempor-
ary non-pensionable basis.
423. When female officers already in the Service become
expectant mothers they shall be called upon to retire as soon
as they are unable efficiently to perform their duties, except
that in a case where a married woman had been called upon to
retire and had retired in pursuance of this rule, she should bd
eligible for re-employment on a permanent pensionable basis
if her husband died subsequent to this retirement.
424. No sick leave on account of pregnancy or maternity
leave" shall be granted to female officers in the Service.
Subject to the above, nothing in this Order shall be deemed
to deprive any female officer of any leave earned under any
-other General Order.


Appointment of
married women.

Retirement of
female officers
when they become
expectant mothers.



Conditions of
grant of leave.


14th July, 1953.
(826/1937).

No. 330.


HURRICANE NOTICE.


IT is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurri-
cane threatening or approaching the Island. the following warnings will be
given:-


puwblishtA bj, 'utharitgo







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY 14 JULY, 1953.-(No. 43).


Cautionary Warning
l A s (when news received of
icludn the an approaching hurricane)
including the
Grenadines Warning to take cover -


Cautionary Warning -



Kingstown ..." Warning to take cover -




7th July, 1953.
(W. 25/1949).


No. 345.
CORRECTION NOTICE.


The following Notice supersedes Gov-
ernment Notice No. 334 of 7th July,
1953:-
COMMISSIONERS OF INCOME TAX.

TERMINATION OF APPOINTMENTS.

Mr. C. B. GIBBS, as a Commissioner
of Income Tax, as at 30th June, 1953,
consequent on his departure from the
Colony to take up his new appointment
in Grenada.
tMr. A. L. SAMUEL, Principal Clerk,
Government Office, as a Commissioner
of Income Tax, as at 30th June, 1953.
14th!July,11953.
(A 3711944).

No. 346.
APPOINTMENTS.

ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR AND
ESTABLISHMENT OFFICER.t

With reference to Government Noti e
No. 20 of 15th January, 1953, the
appointment of Mr. O. R. KELSICK,
D.F.C., as Assistant Administrator and
establishment Officer, St. Vincent, be-
came effective from 1st July, 1953.
14th July, 1953.
(P. F. 608).

No. 347.
It is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the Col-
onies has selected Mr. PETER RONALD
ELLS for appointment as Colonial Treas-
urer, St. Vincent.
Mr. ELLS is expected to arrive in the
Colony towards the end of August, 1953.
14th July, 1953.
(C. 12/1944).


- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
all Police Stations.

- Church bells will ring for a.
period of five minutes.
- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown frtan
the Police Barracks.

- The Government Cotton Ciin-
nery whistle and a siCre
from the Police B orraci
will le blown for a period
of five minutes.


No. 348.
Miss ELAINE GATHERER, as an Ass s-
tant Mistress, Girl's High School, with
effect from 15th September, 1952.
14th July, 1953.
(P. F. 617).

.No. 349.
Mr. RAWLE MARSHALL, as a Junior
Clerk in the General Clerical Service of
the Colony with effect from 1st Jan-
nary, 1953.
14th July, 1953.
(P. F. 614).-

No. 350.
ABOLITION OF POST.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 346 of 13th May, 1947, the Post of
Forest Ranger in the Department of
Agriculture has been abolished as at
30th June, 1953.
14th July, 1953.
(A580/1937).

No. 342.
GOVERNMENT PROPERTY FOR SALE

The following Government Property
is offered for sale:-
That Government owned property
known as" Sunnyside" situate in Vic-
toria Park, Kingstown, a two-storey
structure comprising four (4) bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kitchen, ser-
vants' quarters, and garage, with ,-ni-
tary accommodation and having 8.76 ,
square feet of land. Upset price $9.00 '.
Offers will be received up to 3:.00
o'clock on the 31st day of July, 19.53.
must be sealed, and addressed to the
Assistant Administrator, Government-
Office, and clearly marked on the out-
side '" Purchase of GovernI:ent Proper-
t ." ,
7th July, 1953.







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JULY, 1953.-(No. 43). 221


No. 351.
LEGISLATION.

The under-mentioned Bill is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette and
may be seen at the Government Office,
Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
Police Stations. and at all Revenue
Offices :-
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend
the Police Ordinance, 1947.
(Sec 14/1950).
14th July, 1953.
No. 352,
The following Document is pub-
lished with this issue of the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 28.-The Income Tax
(Amendment) Rules, 1953.
(C. 38/1950).
14th July, 1953.

No. 353.
SUPPLEMENTS jTO GAZETTE.
The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 28th February,
1953, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
14th July, 1953.

No. 354.
The Radio Telephonic Hurricane
Warnings in the Caribbean Area pre-
pared by the Eastern Caribbean Hurri-
cane Committee and issued by the Cen-
tral Secretariat of the Caribbean Com-
mission 1953 is published Iwith this
issue of the Gazette.
14th July, 1953.

No.I355.
The Election Lists of District Dele-
gates to represent Small Growers on
the Arrowroot Association are published
herewith for general information.
14th July, 1953.

No. 323.
ST. VINCENT REPORT 1950-51.
Copies of the Colonial Report of the
Colony for 1950-51 are available at
Government Office, Kingstown, at 72
cents per copy.
30th June, 1953.
(A. 25/1951).
By Command,
A. V. KING,


DEPARTMENTAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st JUNE, 1953.

Average Circulation during
April, 1953:-
Br. Caribbean Currency
Notes ... $42,255,298
Gov't Currency Notes... 3,026,661

$45,281,959
British Caribbean Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago ... $21,185,792
Barbados ... 5,715,200
British Guiana ... 10,637,007
Leeward and Windward
Islands ... 6,237,600


Total British Caribbean
Notes ...

Trinidad & Tobago
Government Note
Circulation ...
Barbados Government
Note Circulation...
British Guiana Gov-
ernment Note Cir-
culation ...

Total Government
Note Circulation

Total Circulation on
1st June, 1953. u ...


$43,775,599



1,939,465

.221,073


730,155


$2,890,693


$46,666,292


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency
Board.
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I.


POST OF CANE-FARMING OFFICER
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
GRENADA, B.W.I.

Applications are invited for the post
of Cane-Farming Officer, in the Depart-
ment of Agriculture. Grenada.
2. The post is non-pensionable and
will be for a period of three years in tthe
first instance.


Government Secretary. 3. The post is in the Salary Scale
GOVERNMENT OFFICE, $4080 x $120-$4320 per annum, but the
GOVERNMENT OIE, point in the Salary Scale at which the
14th July, 1953. successful applicant will be appointed








222 SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 14 JULY, 1953.-(No. 43)


will depend on his qualifications and
experience. In addition a transport
allowance ,f $1080 per annum is pay-
.able, providing the officer keeps and
maintains a motor car for the perform-
ance of his duties.
4. Applicants must possess the
D.I.C.T.A. or a University degree in
agriculture plus previous experience in
-a Department of Agriculure de..ling
with peasant agriculture and in parti-
cular cane-farming.
5. The duties of the post will entail
the organisation and supervision of the
cane-farming industry; the laying
d!)wn, reaping and recording of field
extierimnents with sugar cane; instruct-
ing peasants iii the proper methods of
cultivation of sugar cane, etc. etc.
6. Free passages on ap4)ointment and
termination of appointment of the offi-
cer and his family will be provided, in
-addition to I lie c',t of transportation of
his personal and household effects to
and from Grenada.
7. Applications shonll be addressed
to the Secreiary Public Service Com-
mission, Government Office, Grenada,
and should reach him not later than
31st July. 1953.
'GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
GRENADA,
26th June, 1953.

POST OF ECONOMIST, CENTRAL
SECRETARIAT. CARIBBEAN
COMMISSION, TRINIDAD.

Applications are invited to fill a post
-of Economist on the staff of the Central
Secretariat, Caribbean Commission, Port
of Spain, Tjinidad.
Men and women are equally eligible
for the post.
Applicants should have a University
degree and should have some practical
experience.
Job Description.
To serve in the Research Branch of
the Central Secretariat of the Caribbean
Commission. To arrange for the col-
lection, collation, co-ordination. inter-
pretation and dissemination of data
relating to economic subjects, within
the fields of interest of the Caribbean
Commission; and to collect and main-
tain accurate and current records of
statistics and information in these fields.
To undertake original research projects
as directed by the Commission ; to assist
in the preparation for and the holding
of technical conferences: to perform
all other duties in the field of economics
that mnay be required to carry out
studies or research projects approved by
the Coinnrissionl.


The salary for this post is US $3,600
per annum, rising by increments of
US $240 to a maximum of US $6,000
per annum. Salary is expressed in
US dollars but will be payable in the
currency of the country in which the
employee is stationed.
Applications should reach the office
of the Secretary General of the Carib-
bean Commission not later than 31st
.Tuly, 1953, and should indicate whether
applicant, if appointed, will he able to
assume duty at.short notice and should
be accompanied by the applicant's cur-
riculum vitse, references, testimonials
and one photograph.
Further particulars may be obtained,
if required, from :
The Secretary General,
Caribbean Commission,
Kent House,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.
to whom all communications should be
addressed.
PORT OF SPAIN,
TRINIDAD.
2(;th lunee, 1953.


POLICE NOTICE.

WARNING.


The Police are charged with the re-
sponsibility of collecting fees for many
different licences. These fees provide an
important item in the General Revenue
of the Colony and the non-payment of
such fees not only embarrasses Govern-
ment in balancing its Budget, but
renders those persons who fail to pay, at
the time such licences are due, liable to
prosecution and pu n ishmen t by the
Courts.
This Notice is therefore to give
WARNING
that SEVEN DAYS after the publica-
tion of this Notice. all members of the
Force will be charged with special
instructions to trace, report and where
necessary prosecute all persons who have
evaded or are attempting to evade the
various laws regarding licensing of
Motor Vehicles,
Drivers,
Radios (including Radio in motor
cars).
Bicycles,
Boats (Passenger and otherwise),
Animals (Dogs, Asses, Etc.),
Firearms, Etc., Etc.
In the past, some latitude has been
given in the tim, during which pay-
ments have had to be made but now that







SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, '14 JULY, 1953.-(No. 53). 223


a special appeal is being made by Gov-
ernment, this Department will have no
option but to enforce the law and prose-
cute in all cases where payment is not'
made at the statutory time. Further-
more, those persons who do not comply
with the law will render themselves
liable to heavy penalties and in some
cases the Police Prosecuting Officers
may even ask the Courts to impose the
maximum penalties. The Police have
no wish to take drastic action, but the
obligation to take out licences at the
correct times is solely YOURS and you
will only have yourself to blame if yon
find yourself before the Court. You
will be well advised, therefore, to check
at once as to the licences which should
be in your possession, and if you have
not yet taken out the licence or licences
you should have done, do so immediate-
ly. Ignorance of the law is no excuse.
A. H. JENKIN S,
Superintendent of Police.


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS
A.D. 1953.

Suit No. 1.


Between
Saint Vincent Co-operative
Bank, Limited
and
ELAINE GLASGOW


Plaintiffs,

Defendant.


By order dated the 25th day of
April, 1953.
PURSUANT to an Order made by the
Honourable Mr. Justice ALEXANDER
RAPHAL COOLS-LARTIGUE, Q.C., in
this Suit on the 25th day of April, 1953,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN N that on
Saturday the 25th day of July, 1958,
between the hours of 12 o'clock noon
and 3 p.m. at the Court House in Kings-
town there will be put up for Sale by the
Registrar of the Supreme Court the
messages, lands and tenements specified
in the schedule hereunder written at the
reserve price therein set out.

THIS IS THE SOBEDULE ABOVE
REFERRED TO
ALL THAT Lot piece or parcel of land
a part of Adelphi Estate (or Biabou) in
the Parish of Charlotte in the Island of
Saint Vincent being part of Lot No. 1B
in a Plan of the said Allotments pre-
pared by A; B. A. SPENCE Land Sur-


Sveyor and which portion of the said Lot
of land contains ONE ACRE TWO
ROODS AN D SIXTEEN POLES and is
bounded Northerly by Fairbairns or
Hopewell Byeway Southerl y y Henry's
Vale Estate Easterly by the other por-
tion of the said Lot No. IB and Westerly
by New Prospect. RESERVED PRICE
$310.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar Supreme Court.
9th July, 1953.


SUPREME COURT NOTICES.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CRIMINAL causes on
Tuesday the 28th day of July, 1953,
commencing at 11.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
All parties concerned, also such per-
sons as are bound over by recognizance
to prosecute or give evidence, or sum-
moned as jurors or witnesses are com-
manded to give their personal attendance.
4th July, 1953.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the trial of CIVIL causes in the
Summary and Original Jurisdictions of
the Court on Tuesday, the 28th day of
July, 1953, commencing at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
4th July, 1953.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Sitting
of the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands will be
held at the Court House in Kingstown,
for the hearing of APPEALS FROM
MAGISTRATES on Tuesday, the 28th
day of July, 1953, commencing at
11.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar, Supreme Court.
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
4th July, 1953.


OUTBREAK OF NEWCASTLE DISEASE
IN BARBADOS, B.W.I.

It is notified for general information
that a report has been received of an
outbreak of Newcastle Disease among





22A SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 14 JULY, 1953.-(No 43).


poultry in the Parish of St. Michael,
Barbados.
Until further notice the importation
into St. Vincent and its dependencies of
birds including fowls, ducks, geese,
turkeys, guinea fowls, pea fowls,
pigeons; eggs, carcasses, viscera, or any
bye products of these; crates, dung,
litter or anything which has been or is
suspected to have been in contact with
birds, is strictly prohibited from Barba-
dos, B.W.I.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
3rd July, 1953.


CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION.

This is to certify that in accordance
with Ordinance No. 1 of 1934, the Re-
demption-Sharpes Agricultural Credit
Society has on this 27th day of June,
1953, been registered at the office of the
Registrar of Agricultural Credit Socie-
ties as a Society operating under the
Agricultural Credit Societies laws of the
Colony.
J. M. CAVE,
Registrar,
Agric. Credit Societies.
27th June, 1953.
(B. 10!1953).


NOTICE.

The following items will be Pold by
Public Auction at the Colonial Hospital
on Wednesday 22nd July at 2 p.m.
3 Iron Bedsteads
5 Nickel handled knives
27 Table Forks
34 Dessert Forks
4 Teacups
28 Fish Knives
336 lbs Alum chrystals.
H. B. HETHERINGTON,
Senior Medical 0 (/icer.
6th July, 1953.

NOTICE.

ELECTRICAL WIRING OF GOVERN.
MENT-OWNED BUILDINGS.

The attention of Licensed Elecirical
Wiremen is drawn to the fact that it is
proposed to install Electricity in certain
Government Buildings. Person s in tr -
ested in accepting contracts for the
wiring of these buildings are asked to
request the Superintendent of Public
Works for a List of the Bnildings and
submit an Estimate of the cost for wir-
ing each building.
G. B. W. MORISON,
Acting Superintendent of Works.


PRZNTD BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THB GaOVERlWMT PRIOIFm Q OmTB,
KImGSTOWN, ST. TVnNmST.
[ Prites MW et



















SAINT VINCENT.

No. of 1953.





BILL FOR

AN ORDINANCE further to amend the Police Ordinance, 1947.

1

Enacted by the Legislature of Saint Vincent.

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Police (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1953, and shall be read as one with the Police
Ordinance, 1947, (hereinafter referred to as the principal
Ordinance) and all amendments thereto.

2. Section 2 of the principal Ordinance is hereby amended
by inserting the word "Inspector" in the definition of "Non-
commissioned officer between the word any" and the word
"Sub-Inspector appearing in the first line thereof.

3. Part X of the principal Ordinance as substituted by section
12 of the Police (Amendment) Ordinance, 1951, is hereby repealed
and replaced as follows :-


Establishment
of St. Vincent
Auxiliary
Force.


Short titlb.

No. 48 of 1947.


Section 2 of
principal
Ordinance
amended.

Part X of
principal
Ordinance
repealed and
replaced.
No. 32 of 1951.


PART X.

AUXILIARY POLICE FORCE.
52. There shall be established in the Colony
a supplemental body of Police styled "Saint
Vincent Auxiliary Police Force" (hereinafter
referred to as the "Auxiliary Police ") which
may be called out for service by the Superin-
tendent-







Police (Amendment).


Command and
composition.
















Qualifications
for
Appointment.




Precept of
Appointment
. nd Oath of
Office.


(a) in any case when additional police are
required for the preservation of good
order, and
(b) for purposes of drill and training.
53 (1) Subject to the directions of the Gov-
ernor, the Superintendent shall have the gen-
eral command of the Auxiliary Poliee.
(2) The Auxiliary Police shall consist of such
officers non-commissioned officers and consta-
bles as the Superintendent with the approval
of the Governor may direct.
(3) The officers of the Auxiliary Police shall
be appointed by the Governor.
(4) The officer appointed to the direct com-
mand of the Auxiliary Police shall be styled
" Comnmndant and his rank for the purposes
of section 56D(2) shall be equivalent to Super-
intendent.
(5) The Superintendent may appoint fit and
proper persons to pe non-commissioned officers
and constables of the Auxiliary Police.
54. Every person who-
(a) is not less than eighteen years of age;
(b) is able bodied; and
(c) is of good character,
may on the recommendations of the Command-
ant, be appointed a constable in the Auxiliary
Police.
55 (1) On the appointment of any person
to be a non-commissioned officer or constable
of the Auxiliary Police, the Superintendent
shall cause to be delivered to him a precept
authorising him to act as such.
(2) The precept shall be in the following
form :-
St. Vincent.
To
of
I,
Superintendent of Police, under and by vir-
tue of the power and authority in me vested,
hereby appoint you to be a
of the St. Vincent Auxiliary Police Force, and
I do issue to you this precept authorising you
to act as such.
Dated this day of

Superintendent of Police.


1953.







Police (Amendment).


(3) Every person appointed to be an officer,
non-commissioned officer or constable of the
Auxiliary Police shall take and subscribe before
an officer of the Police Force the following oath
of office :-
I, of
do swear that I will well and truly serve Our
Sovereign Lady the Queen.as member of
the Auxiliary Police Force for the Colony of
Saint VinCent. So help me God.

56. Every member of the Auxiliary Police
Force shall be provided with a short manual
describing the powers and duties of the Auxil-
iary Police, a badge, a baton and such clothing
and 'other equipment as may be approved by
the Superintendent. (Such badge shall be
prima facie evidence that the officer, non-com-
missioned officer or constable is a member of
the Auxiliary Police) The cost of these arti-
cles of clothing and equipment shall be de-
frayed from such funds as may be provided by
the Legislative Council.

56A. The appointment of any member of
the Auxiliary Police may be revoked at any
time-
(a) by the Governor in the case of officers;
(b) by the Superintendent in other cases.

56B Any member of the Auxiliary Police
may, except when called out for service, resign
from the Auxiliary Police by giving to the Gov-
ernor in the case of officers, r to the Super-
intendent in other cases, one month's notice in
writing :
Provided that the Superintendent may, in.
such other cases dispense with such notice and
that a'member may be allowed to resign even
though he has been called out for service if a
recommendation in that behalf has been made
by the Superintendent and has been approved
by the Governor.

560. (1) The Superintendent, or any offi-
cer of the Auxiliary Police Force deputed by
him for the purpose shall, subject as is herein-
after provided, have and possess power and
juriddietion to hear and determine all charges


Equipment.


Revocation of
Appointment.




Resignation.













Jurisdiction
of Officers.


No. .


1953.







1953.


6ap. 24.



authority
'nd Pay.

















Surrender of
precept and
equipment.


agci.st any non-commissioned officer or con-
stable of the Auxiliary Police for the offences
mentioned in section 24 of this Ordinance and
to inflict on any such non-commissioned officer
or constable who is found guilty of any of the
said offences, one of the following punish-
ments, namely :-
(a) Admonishment;
(b) Reprimand;
(c) Fine not exceeding five dollars;
(d) Reduction in rank;
(e) Fine exceeding five dollars but not ex-
ceeding twenty-four dollars:
Provided that the punishments mentioned in
paragraphs (d) and (e) of this subsection
shall only be inflicted subject to the approval
of the Governor, who may confirm the same or
remit the whole or any part thereof.
(2) For this purpose the Supezintendent and
every officer so deputed by him shall have the
same powers as are possessed by them under
subsection (2) of section 23 of this Ordinance.
(3) The provisions of section 287 of the In-
dictable Otences Ordinance shall apply to any
such proceedings.

58D. (1) Every member of the Auxiliary
Police shall have, exercise and enjoy the same
powers, authorities advantages and immuni-
a-s as a member of the Police Force and,
when, called out for service, be liable to the
same duties and responsibilities: Provided
that when he is exercising the powers and au-
thorities conferred by this Ordinance every
such member shall declare himself to be a
member of the Auxiliary Police, unless at such
time he is wearing Auxiliary Police Uniform.
(2) Every member of the Auxiliary Police
when called out for service by the Superinten-
dent under the provisions of section 52 of this
Ordinance shall be paid for his services from
such monies as may be provided by the Legis-
lative Council, at the same rate as a member of
the Police Force of equivalent rank.

5B, Every member of the Auxiliary Polce
who resigns, or otherwise ceases to be a mem-
ber of the Auxiliary Police, shall within one


Police (Amendment),







No. .Police (Amendment). 1951

week of his ceasing to be a member, return to
the Superintendent his precept, baton, badge
and other equipment issued to him, or pay the
value thereof.

56F. (11 Every member of the Auxiliary Penalties.
Police who, when called out for service, ne-
glects or refuses to serve or neglects or refuses
to obey any lawful command, shall be liable, on
summary conviction, to a fine not-exceeding
forty-eight dollars.
(2) Every member of the Auxiliary Police
who-
(a.) improperly lends, sells, pledges or other-
wise disposes of or damages or spoils
any equipment issued to him at public
expense while a member of the Auxili-
ary Police; or
(b) fails without lawful excuse to return any
such equipment or to pay the value
thereof as required by the provisions of
section 56E of this Ordinance;
shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine
not exceeding twenty-four dollars and in addi-
tion may be ordered to pay the value of such
equipment.
(3) Every person who impersonates or in any
way pretends to be a member of the Auxiliary
Police Force shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and shall be liable on conviction on indict-
ment, to imprisonment with or without hard
labour, for a term not exceeding two years, or
on summary conviction to imprisonment with
or without hard labour, for a term not exceed-
ing six months, or to a fine not exceeding two
hundred and forty dollars, or to both such im-
prisonment and fine.
(4) Every person who is found in possession
of any badge, baton, equipment or clothing pro-
vided for the use of a member of the Auxiliary
Police, shall, in the absence of a reasonable
excuse, be liable, on summary conviction, to a
fine not exceeding forty-eight dollars.

57 (1). Where any member of the Auxiliary lness bo
Police through no fault of his own contracts llnes bodily
any illness, or sustains any bodily injury while inj and
in the actual discharge of his duties as such,
although he has not been called out under sec-









tion 52 or detailed for duty by a superior offi-
cer, he shall be provided with medicines, medi-
cal comforts and medical attendance at the
public expense on the written authority of the
Superintendent.
(2) Where any member of the Auxiliary Po-
lice sustains bodily injury in the circumstances
specified in the preceding subsection and is
permanently disabled (either totally or par-
tially) as a result thereof, the Governor in
Council may grant him a pension or gratuity,
the amount of which shall be subject to the
approval of. the Legislative Council.
(3) Where the aforesaid bodily injury re-
sults in death, the Governor in Council may
award to the dependants (including any illegit-
imate children to whose support the deceased
was contributing) a pension or gratuity, the
amount of which shall be subject to the ap-
proval of the Legislative Council.
(4) Members of the Auxiliary Police Force
while serving as such shall not be regarded as
workmen for the purposes of the Workmen's
Compensation Ordinance or any Ordinance
amending or replacing the same.

57A. Every person who, at the date of the
coming into operation of this section was ei-
ther a member of the Special Reserve Police or
a member of the St. Vincent Auxiliary Police
shall be deemed to have been appointed, and
to be, a member of the Saint Vincent Auxiliary
Police Force and to have taken the oath of of-
fice prescribed for a member of the Saint Vin-
cent Auxiliary Police Force under this Ordin-
ance.

58. The provisions of sections 60 and 61 of
this Ordinance shall not apply to members of
the Auxiliary Police Force.


No. 21 of 1939.


Saving present
Members.








Application
of sections
60 and 61.

Passed the Legislative Comm


cil this


day of


1953.


Clerk of Legislative Council.


(Sec 14/1950).


Police (Amendment).


1953.







No. Police (Amendment). 1953.

OBJECTS AND REASONS.

The objects of this Bill are-
(a) to include Inspector in the definition of non-commissioned officer;
(b) to repeal the provisions dealing with the Special Reserve Police Force
and to replace same by provision dealing with an Auxiliary Police Force.
2. The Bill is based on similar provision recently introduced in Grenada.

KEITH ALLEYNE,
Crown Attorney.
Crown Attorney's Chambers,
Court House,
Kingstown;
19th December, 1952.







69

SAINT VINGENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1953, No. 29.


INCOME TAX (AMFNIDMENT) RULES.


(Gazetted 14th July, 1953).


1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the Income Tax
(Amendments) Roles, 1953.

2. Form of Assessment List. The Forms contained in the Schedule
hereto shall be the forms of the assessment lists to be prepared by the
Commissioner in respect of the assessments of Government Officers and other
persons.

3. Revocation. Paragraph 6 of the Rules made by the Governor in
Council on the 16th day of February, 1924 under the Income Tax Ordinance, 1924 is
hereby revoked.

SCHEDULE.

FORM 5 (.a)


FORM 5 (b)








FORi No. 5 (a). ASSESSMENT ROLL. GENERAL..........................

SAs- Gross Charge-
A A ss- a Amount able
an ess-
Name o Address e Ie Assess- Income
Smment
SNo $ N $ I


Fee
Tax and
Fine I Remarks

i
*


.. ...................... ..... 9..,.


.... .....







FoR~ No. 5 (b).


ASSESSMENT ROLL. GOVT. OFFICERS..................................... ........... .........................


STax
'Deductable
pr Month

$ 0


0I~







72

Made by the Governor in Council under section 75 (1) ta) of the Income Tax
Ordinance, 1948 (No. 23 of 19480 this 3rd day of July, 1953.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Execftive Council.
(J.38/1950.)


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFCE,
INGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
[ Price 16 cents I
1963.







SAINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for ite period 1st January-28th lFebuary, 1953.


Heads of Revenue.


Ss ten i Actual Revenue Revenue for
for the fcr the period of same period of Increase. I Decrease
Syea;r the return. preceding year.
2951./


1. Import Duties-- $
S600,00i! 110,221
Import Duty .' 5,000 92
Warehouse lent ... 2,93( 836
2. Expokt Duty ... 265.0;0 30,122
3, Excise Dutt on Rum ... 160,750 26,627
Trsle Duty on locally distilled Liquor ... 22,320 ;.,,99
4. Other Duties ... 26,500 2,157
5. Licences-Liquor ... 12,110i 3,399
Motor Vehicles, &c. ... 19,0001 6.900
Other ... 12,112 4,134
6. Taxes-
Income Tax .. 24,000 5, 997
Land and House Tax 3 .00 2,411
Other Taxes .. 17,200 2,888,
7. Port and Harbour Dues-
Tonnage ... 12,100 1,011
Port ...i 3,000 429
Landing Dues, Aircraft ... 10
8. Other Fees of Court, &c. ... 138.764 15,71 i
9. Post Office ... 74,630 7,076
10. Electricity, Telephone, Refrigeration ...52,217 13.323
11. Rent of Government Property 4,300 703
Interest ... 1,55( 39:
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands 7.503 632
1,57,9961 238,80,S 1
lIB. Loans and Advances-Repayments ... 1,20 ...

1ItB.2 Transfer of Special Funds ... ...
1,759,22, 238,809
13. Colonial Development & W/fare Schemes ... 214,085 1,734
Total Revenue $ 1,973,287 240,543


c.
05
28
25
09
12
14
65
80
72
08

34
47
73


90
975
90

s9;
20
37
63


$ c.
92,510 23
11,390 90
412 07
24,004 12
22,870 31
3,130 25
1,441 35
2,983 10
5,989 24
4.860 22

10,408 54
1,361 02
2,960 62

1,662 35
483 00

19,692 82
1.401 76
12,906 84
601 09
270 84
177 33
221,538 00


.. 15,952 72
63 i 237,490 72
15 695 06
78 238,185 78


$ c.
17,711 42

424 18
6,117 97
3,756 81
548 89
716 30
416 70
911 48



--1,050 45






5,675 20
416 45
102 80
125 36(
455 04


$ c.

11,298 62







726 14

4,411 20

71 89


650
53

3,945


38,429 05 21,157 42
... ... ... ...

... ... 15,952 72
38,429 05 37,11 1
1,089 09
39,468 14- 3110 14


Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the period 1st January-28th February, 1953.


Estimate Actual Expen- expenditure for
for the diture for the Expenditure for
Heads of Expenditure. ear period of same period of
1953. the return. preceding year.
1 $ $ c. $ a.
1. Governor ... 10,100 1,661 28 29 16
2. Legislature ... 16,620 1,530 00 900 00
3. Administration ... 106,947 18,248 26 12,757 49
4. Agriculture ... 96,090 13,269 74 8.168 08
5. Audit ... 13,955 1,237 38 1,875 28
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000 ...
6A. Central Road Authority 1..41038 7,962 56 13,S81 90
6B. Central Water Authority -. 37,952 921 20 997 74
7. Charitable .. 23,766 2,345 64 2,626 07
9. Education 307,740 46,249 27 4:',605 81
10. Electricity 35,413 12,26 00 !',205 09
11. Judicial 31,239 5,290 92 4,319 85
12. Labour .. 8,760 2,604 94 1,359 0O
13. Lands and Survey ... 21,911 1.636 6 ',278 05
14. Legal ... 7,070 1,148 92 1,162 7
15. Medical ... 416,989 4'7,170 61 00,863 1,
16. Miscellaneous ... 101,373 1.:.4 03 .38'2 5;
17. Pensions ... 56,365 ,08 2 51 7,98S 69
18. lice ... 174,656 19,845 706 3,872 52
19. Port and Marine ... 30,57T 4,550 74 4,790 34
20. Post Office ... 51,048 4,860 (8 4,453 81
21. Prisons ... 61,871 9,458 42 8,910 54
22. Public Debt ... 38,915 13,941 5S' 19,6(;8 3]
23. Public Library ... 8,025 766 39 630 8S
24. Public Workf'Department ... 73,927 8,556 55 9,861 8]
25. Public Works Recurrent ... 55,790 4,87 32 13,533 1(
28. Subentions ... 87,960 3,453 27 11,269 31
29. Supply Control ... 16,800 1.316 50 2,308 01
239. Splyphone 26,224! 2,580 26 3.97 8'
31. Treasury l 73,06-1 10,174 30 10.237 04
31. Treasury
-,138,20 282,052 48 5,25 3
26. Public Works Extraordinary ... 117,091 13,728 75 11,099 1
2,255.299 -29I81 23 306,i 4
8. Colonial Development and Welfare Schemes 214,085 12,215 87 19,186 5

Total Expenditnre $ 2,469,384 307,997 10 325,540 0
. . 1 1 H


4
7
9

6


Increase.


Decrease.


$ c. $ c.
1,632 12 ... ...
630 00
5,490 77 ...
5,081 66
... ... 637 90

... ... 5.919 34
... ... 76 54
... ... 280 43
2,643 46 ...
1,056 91 ... ...
971 07 ... ...
1,245 88 ... ...
... ... 2,641 39
... ... 13 80
... ... 13,692 53
7,441 50
... ... 1,906 18
... ... 4,026 77
... ... 239 60
406 27 ... ...
547 88
... ... 5,726 73
135 57
1,305 26
18,430 42
16,183 88
... ... 991 56
... ... 717 61
... ... 62 76
43,466 97 56,668 82
2,6.29 61 ...
46,096 58 56,668 82
... ... 6,970 72

46,096 58 63,639 54


27th May, 1958.
(PF, $/19M).


A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Treasurer.


t


I







Statement of the Assets and LiabiHtis of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 28th February, 1953.


1952
$


GENERAL RBVENUB BALANCE.


Balance as at 1st January, 1953


923,932 12


216,000 00


9821, 89
















1,149,754 01
i ;


$
240,5413

307,997


LESS Deficit at 28th February, 1953 ...

Balance as at 28th February, 1953 ...


$ c.
105,555 08


c.
78

10)


67,453 32

38,101 76


$ c.


698,404 80


... 279,775 31


LIABILITIES.


DEPOSITS :
Special Funds

Other than Special Funds

OVIRDRA.TS:
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund

SURPLUS:
General Revenue Balance


1952
$





25,972

421,958


701,823


ASSETS.


CASH :
Treasury and Sub-Treasuries
Barclays Bank-Current A/c
Crown Agents do.
Imprests
Drafts & Remittances'intransit

Advances

INVESTMENTS:
Special Funds


9.78,180 11


403,200 00


38,101 76
















1,419,481 87


$ c.


... 13,593 48
.. 113,084 74
51 70
.15,066 36
790 44


NOTIS:-
1. At 28th February, 1953, the Public Debt (not recorded in the above Liabilities) amounted to $554,288.78.
2. The Accumulated Funds for the redemption of the Debt amounted at 28th February, 1953, to $159,489.42.


TREASURY CHAMB ERS,
ST. VINCENT, U.W.I.
27th May, 1953.


A. L. DOPWELL.
Acting Colonial Treaaurer.


1,149,754 01


Revenue to 28th
February. 1953 ...
Expenditure to 28th
February, 1953 ...


$ c.





142,586 72

594,063 11


682,812 04


I.







8AINT VINCENT.
Comparative Statement of Revenue for the period 1st January-28th lieb:uary, 1953,


Heads of Revenue.

1. Import Duties-
Import Duty


Warehouse Rent
2. Expoit Duty
3, Excise Duty on Rum
Trade Drit.y on locally distilled Liquor
4. ,th'er Duties
5. 1idences-Liqur ...
Motor Vehicles, &c....
Other
6. Taxes-
Income Tax
Land and House Tax
Other Taxes..
7. Port and Harbour Dues-
Tonnage ...
Port
Landing Dues, Aircraft ...
8. Other Fees of Court, &c....
9. Post Office ...
10. Electricity, Telephone, Refrigeration ...
11. Rent of Governmnt Property ...
Interest
12. Sales and Leases of Crown Lands ..

H1B. Loans aind Advances-Repayments ...

M B.2 Transfer of Special Funds

13. Colonial Development & W/fare Schemes ...
Total Revenue $


Eui m 1 Actual Revenue Revenue for
eor e for the period of same period of Increase.
i 9.5. the return. preceding year.





- $ $
31).00,00; 110,221
1 50,000 92
2.93(, 836
265,0o 0 30,122t
S110,75.0 26,627
22,320 ',699
26,500Y 2,157
12,110 3,399
1,9,0001 6,900
12,112i 4,134

240,000 5,997
3 '.000 2,411
17,200 2,888

12,100 1,011
3,000 429
10
138.764 15,716
74,630 7,076
52,217 13,323
4,300 703
1,550 393'
7.503 632
1,757,096 238,809(
1,206


.'.--' 238,809
214,085 1,731
1,973,287 240,543


C. $ C.
65 92,510 23
28 11,390 90
25 412 07
09 24,004 12
12 22,870 31
14 3,130 25
65 1,441 35
80 2,983 10
72 5,989 24
08 4,860 22

34 10,408 54
47 1,361 02
73 2,960 62

75 1,662 35
90 483 00

9.5 19,692 82
9i 1.401 76
2.) 12,906 84
s9 601 09
20 270 84
37, 177 33
63 221,538 00


15,952 72
63 237,490 72


Ia 1 o3 Ub L,1Y39 09
78 238,185 78 39,468 14


Decrease

$

11,298






726

4,411

71


$ c.
17,711 42

424 18
6,117 97
3,756 81
548 89
716 30
416 70
911 48
... ... ,


1,050 45






5,675 20
416 45
102 80
125 36
455 04
38,429 05



38,429 05


Comparative Statement of Eapenditure for the period 1st January-28th February, 1953,


Estimate Actual Expen-
for the diture for the Expenditure for
year period of same period of
1953. the return. preceding year.


i I $661 c.
1. Governor ... 10,100 t1 28
2. Iegislature- ... 16,620 1,530 00
3. Administration ... 106,947 18,248 26
4. Agriculture ... 96,090 13,269 71
5. Audit ... 13,955 1,237 38
6. Central Housing Authority ... 6,000
6A. Central Road Authority ... 141,038 7,962 56
6B. Central Water Authority ...37,952 921 20
7. Charitable -.. 23,766 2,345 64
9. Education 307,740 46,249 27
10. Electricity .. 35,413 12,26 00
11. Judicial .. 31,239 5,290 92
12. Labour ... 8,760 2,604 94
13. Lands and Survey ... 21,911 1].'6 66
14. Legal ... 7,070i 1,148 92
15. Medical ... 416,989 4'T,170 GL
16. Miscellaneous ... 101,373 1 :'.- 03
17. Pensions ... 56,365 '116 51
18. Police ... 174,656 19.845 76
19. Port and Marine ... 30,57b 4,550 74
20. Post Office ... 51,048 4.860 o8
21. Prisons ... 61,871 9,458 42
22. Public Debt ... 38,915 13,941 58
23. Public Library ... 8,025 766 39
24. Public WorkffDepartment ... 73,927 8,355 :.55
25. Public Works Recurrent ... 55,790 4,897 32
28. Subveptions .. 87,960 "A,453 27
29. Supply Control ... 16,800 1.316 50
3). Telephone .. 26,224 2,580 26
31. Treasury .. 73,(061 10,174 30
'- Tr21 38,2J8 282,052 48
26. Public Works Extraordinary ... 117,091 13,728 75
2,255,299| 295,781 23
8. Colonial,Development and Welfare Schemes 214,0851 12,215 87

Total Expenditure $ 2,469,384; 307,997 10
____ ___ ____


$ c.
29 16
900 00
12,757 49
8.168 08
1,875 28

13,881 90
997 74
2,626 07
4:',605 81
i',205 09
4.34 9 85
1,35") 06
',278 05
1,162 72
60),863 17
,i,38'2 53
7,98S 69
23,872 53
4,790 34
4,453 81
8,910 54
19,6;8 31
630 82
9,861 81
S13.:,::, 10
11,269 39
2,308 06
3,297 87
10.237 06
29'5,25 1 33
11.099 14
306,:):' 47
19,186 59

325,540 06


Increase. Decrease.

$ c. $ c.
1,632 12
630 00
5,490 77
5,081 66
... ... 637 0O

... 5.919 34
... ... 76 54
... ... 280 43
2,643 46
1,056 91
971 07
1,245 88
... ... 2,641 39
... ... 13 80
13,692 53
7,441 50
... ... 1,906 18
... ... 4,026 77
239 60
406 27
547 88
... ... 5,726 73
135 57
... ... 1,305 26
18,430 42
16,183 88
... ... 991 56
... ... 717 61
62 76
43,466 97 56,668 82
2,6.29 61 ...
46,096 58 56,66 82
... 6,970 72

46,096 58 63,639 54


27th May, 1953.
(F, 20/1959).


A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Treasurer.


Heads of Expenditure.


I - -I


--9


I


- ---~ --


650 60
53 10

3,945 87





21,157 42


15,952 72
37,110 14

,1i10 14







Statement of the Assets and Liabilities of the Colony of Saint Vincent as at 28th February, 1953.


LIABILITIES.


1952
$



923,932


216,000


9821,


Balance as at 1st January, 1953


$ c.
... 1051555 08


Revenue to 28th $ c.
February. 1953 ... 240,543 78
Expenditure to 28th
February, 1953 ... 307,997 10

LESS Deficit at 28th February, 1953 ... 67,453 32

Balance as at 28th February, 1953 ... 38,101 76


A


$ c.


698,404 80

279,775 31


$




978,180


403,200


38,101


1952
$


25,972 17

421,958 68


701,823 16


~


1,419,481 87 1,149,754 011


NoTz :-
1. At 28th February, 1953, the Public Debt (not recorded in the abdve Liabilities) amounted to $554,288.78.
2. The Accumulated Funds for the redemption of the Debt amounted at 28th February, 1953, to $199.489.42.


TREASURY CHAMB ERS,
ST. VI CENT, I.W.I.
27th M:tv. 1953.


$ c.


13,593 48
113,084 74
51 70
15,06B 36
790 44


ASSETS.


CASH :
Treasury and Sub-Treasuries
Barclays Bank-Current Aic
Crown Agents do.
Imprests
Drafts & Remittances intransit

Advances

INVESTMENTS:
Special Funds


DEPOSITS:
Special Funds

Other than Special Funds

OVYRDRAJTS:
Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund

SURPLUS:
General Revenue Balance


GENERAL REVENUE BALANCE.


1,419,481 87




A. L. DOPWELL.
Acting Colonial Treasurer.


1,149,754 01


I--- . --


- --


$ c.





142,586 72

594,083 11


682.812 04







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La Voz Dominicana


Frequency


2735 Kcs (109-69M)


620
1380
5970
9735
100


Kcs
Kcs
Kcs
Kcs
Mcs*


(483-9M)
(217-4M)
( 50-3M)
( 30-8M)
( 30 am)


Broadcast Times
Special
Hurricane Warnings


GMT

1700
8300


1800
0100


Local

12.00 noon
10.00 p.m.


1.00 p.m.
8.00 p.m.


Broadcast Times
Daily
Weather Reports


GMT

1700
0300


1800
0100


Local

12.00 noon
10.00 p.m.


1.00 p.m.
8.00 p.m.


Announcement
if no
Hurricanie Warninhi:s


None



None


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FRI-TCH ANTILLES

Ra-dio Guadeloupe


Radio Martinique







Foi't-de-France. Radio


JAMAICA

Radio Jamaica


650 Kcs (460M)
7447 Kcs ( 40-29M)

1500 Kcs (200M)







2185 Kcs (137-29M)
2545 Kcs (117-87M)


4950 Kcs
3305 Kcs
720 Kcs


( 60-6M)
( 90-6M)
(416M)


0005*


2305







1235
1530
1830
2030


8.05 p.m.


7.05 p.m.







8.35 a.m.
.11.30 a.m.
2.30 p.m.
4.30 p.m.


SMoilday to Saturday


1234 7.34 a.m.
1734 12.34 p.m.
2313 6.13 p.m.
0214 9.14 p.m.

S Sunday

1304 8.04 a.m.
1729 12.29 p.m.
2313 6.13 p.m.
0214 9.14 p.m.


1635* 12.35 p.m.


1.15 p.m.


1235 8.35 a.m.
1530 11.30 a.m.
1830 2.30 p.m.
2030 4.30 p.m.


Jnio. to Saturday


1234
1734'
-.2313
0244


7.34 a.m.
12.34 p.m.
6.15 p.m.
9.14 p.m.


Sunday


1304
1729
2313
0214


8.04
12.29
6.13
9.14


None


None







None


None


Language of
Broadcast


English
and
Spanish

Spanish


French


French







French







English


Remarks


* Frequency modulat-ed


July 15 to November 15 only. Dur-
ing periods of serious disturbance
in the Caribbean, Radio Guade-
loupe and Radio Martinique work
uninterruptedly and give bu!lctinf
on the hour until end of disturt-
ance.
Bulletins preceded by station identi-
fication and tin'e minutes of mu-
sic


On short wave : 5000 watts
On medium wave: 500 watts
In the event of a hurricane warning,
regular programmes will be inter-
rupted to give the latest bulletins
as received from the Meteorological
Office in addition to the reports at
the stated times. In the event of a
hurricane threat to Jamaica, Radio
Jamaica will remain on the air to
give reports and bulletins until the
danger is over


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RADIO TELEPHONIC HURRICANE WARNINGS IN THE CARIBBEAN AREA.

Broadcast Times Broadcast Times Announcement Language of
Station Frequency Special Daily if no Broadcast Remarks
Hurricane Warnings Weather Reports Hurricane Warnings

JAMAICA (cont'd) GMT Leoal GMT Local

Station VQI 2590 Kcs (115.8M) 1315 8.15 a.m. None None English 200 Watts
I 1800 1.00 p.m.
S 2400 7.00 p.m.
0300 10.00 p.m.


PUERTO RICO ,

San Juan WIPR 940 Kcs (119-14M) 1000 6.00 a.m. 1500 11.00 a.m. None English 10,000 Watts
1600 12.00 noon 2030* 430 p.m. and The same weather reports and hurri-
Spanish cane warnings are also carried by
WKAQ 620 Kc (483-87M) 2200 6.00 p.m. 2115 5.15 pmj. 5.15 broadcast other radio stations in Puerto Rico
KAQ in Spanish AFRS-ACE 1470 Kcs (204-08M)
except Saturday and only WIAC 580 Kcs (517-24M)
Sunday WIBS 740 Kcs (405-4M)
WNEL 860 Kcs (348-84M)
WITA 1400 Kcs (*21429M)
WRIO- 1440 Kcs (208-33M)
WAPA 680 Kcs (441-18M)


TRINIDAD

Radio Trinidad 790 Kcs (379-7M) 1200 8.00 a.m. 1054 6.54 a.m. None English 790 Kcs: 5000 Watts
3275 Kes ( 916M) 1800 2.00 p.m. 1210 8.10 am. 3275 Kcs : 500 Watts
6085 Kcs* ( 49-M) 2400 8.00 p.m. 1640 12.40 p.m. 6085 .Kcs
0300 11.00 p.m. 2354 7.54 pm. The weather reports are broadcast at
6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. end of local news bulletins: times
only are approximate

North Post 2735 Kcs (109-7M) 1250 8.50 a.m. None None English 400 Watts.' Information is also avail-
VPL 1850 2.50 p.m. able on request

Piarco Tower 3166 Kcs ( 96-6M) On receipt and at 1200 8.00 a.m. None English 3105 Kcs: 250 Watts
118-1 Mcs (2-54M) HH + 30 thereafter 118-1 Mcs: 12 Watts
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ARROWROOT NOTICES.

ELECTION OF DISTRICT DELEGATE TO REPRESENT SMALL GROWERS IN
THE THREE RIVERS DISTRICT ON THE ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
given that a ballot-to elect the district delegate for Three Rivers will be taken on
Thursday 30th July, 1953 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 5.30'p.m.
2. For purpose of polling, the district will be divided into 2 areas. Area A"
to include all small growers delivering starch to the Association from Three Rivers,
South Rivers, Park Hill, Colonarie and Friendly Village. Area B" will include
North Union, New Adelphi, New Grounds, Chapmans, Diamond Village and
Lowmans.
3. Votes should be cast in Area A" at the Revenue Office, Colonarie and in
Area D B at the Union Methodist Sch6ol.
P:erons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
T'hri-:D Rivers District, and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.
List of Small Growers who delivered Starch from Three Rivers District to the
Arrcwruot Association during Crop 1952-53.


Name

Allen, Pauline
Agard, Ivy
Andrews, Robert
Andrews, Doris
Bacchus, Clara
Butler, Emeshiel
Browne, Eric
Bowman, Wilberforce
Browne, James
Babb, Winifred
Cabral, Vincent
Cupid, Samuel
Castello, Maude
Cupid, Eldica
Cottoy, Carinus
Cottoy, Ruth
Cottoy Hamilton
Clarke, James
Cabral, Agnes
Cuffy, Ellen
Castello, Fred
Cottoy, Henry
de Freitas, Bruce
de Freitas, Valentine
da Silva, Dora
Dasent, Norman
de Freitas, Olive
de Freitas, Imelda
D'Andrade, Daniel
Dabreo, Lucy
de Freitas, Patrick
Dabreo, Lillian
de Freitas, Maude
da Santos, Leon
de Freitas, Hermie
de Freitas, Martin
de Freitas, Nicholas
de Freitas, J. V.
de Freitas, Denis
Deane, Ellen
Dabreo, Alfred
da Santos, Dora
de Nobriga, Agnes
Ells, Bunyan
Fereira, Jerome
Fiddler, Maude
Francis,, Edwin
Francis, Joseph
Francis, Theresa
Gumbs, Nicholas
Games, Alfred


Address

Friendly Village
Park Hill
Diamond
New Adelphi
New Grounds
Lively Village
Chapmans
Park Hill
Chapmans
",
Park Hill
Chapmans
Park Hill
New Adelphi
Colonarie
Park Hill
'
New Adelphi
Park Hill






Chapmans
Colonarie
Park Hill

South Rivers
Park Hill
If

Colonarie
31
Park Hill

South Rivers
Park Hill



New Adelphi
Park Hill
99


Weight
delivered
in Ibs.
8,596
3,711
707
552
2,105
1,432
908
4,068
721
532
10,574
1,696
10,151
282
1,108
3,221
761
1,039
3,817
771
3,846
1,015
2,593
2,872
4,856
600
2,144
5,075
5,298
1,954
3,144
1,175
1,940
1,187
1,823
1,753
1,069
2,797.
1,352
1,035
965
3,267
9,858
470
1,160
1,669
2,811
3,250
10,965
4,669
2,371

















Name

Glasgow, Sylvanus
George, Eugena
Harry, Hubert
Harry, Eugina
Harry, Beatrice
Husbands, Mildred
Harry, William
Johnson, Joseph
Jacobs, Austin
Johnny, Geraldine
Jackson, Veria
Joseph, Ivy
Jackson, Esau
James, Priscilla
John, Edson
King, Cecil
King, Inez
Latchman, W. A.
Latchman, Dorothy
Leigertwood, Sarah
Marks, Dorothy
Mercury, Lesline
Medica, Cairon
Medica, Rescilla
Mc Kie, William
Mc Dowall, Gertrude
Me Dowall, Clara
Mc Dowall, Benford
Me Dowall, George
Me Dowall, Reginals
Mc Dowall, William R.
Me Dowall, Eardley
Mc Dowall, Martina
Mc Dowall, Effie
Mc Dowall, Shedrach
Me Dowall, Randolph
Mc Dowall, Joshua
Mc Millan, Claudal
Me Millan, Cyril
Mc Millan, Geraldine
Me Kie, Peter
Ollivierre, Darwin
Ollivierre, Cornelius
Pereira, John
Pereira, Augustus
Pereira, Emeline
Payne, Ambrozine
Parsons, Matilda
Pitt, C0'cil
Rodgers, Eli
Rodgers, Mack
Rodgers, William
Rodg-rs, Zenna
Rodg rs, Hugh
Ro'dgers, Dorcas
Rodgers,, Elijah
Rodgers, Carmi
'Rodgers, Alvin
Roberts, Wm. Wilberforce
Ryan, Louise
Ryan, Winifred
Rose, George
Rose, Charles T.
Stephen, Charles
Sampson, Elisha
Sampson, Manoah
Sampson, Edward
Smart, Keziah
Simmons, Elisha
Spencer, Martha
Stocdard, Alexander
Stoddard, Miriam
Samuel, Martha


Address

Diamond
New Adelphi
Park Hill
")
New Adelphi
Park Hill
New Adelphi
Park Hill
New Grounds
Chapmans

Park Hill
New Grounds
Park Hill
Diamonds
Park Hill
New Adelphi
Park Hill

South Rivers
Park Hill
South Rivers
Park Hill
"


New Adelphi
Colonarie
Park Hill
New Adelphi
Colonarie
Park Hill




Diamonds
Park Hill



'New Adelphli
1" >


Park Hill




Chapmans
New Adelphi
Park Hill
New Adelphi
"F




North Union
Park Hill
Colonariq
New Grounds
Diamond
Park Hill
New Adelphi

Park Hill
I"
Diamonds
Park Hill
South Rivers
New Grounds
Park Hill


Weight
delivered
in lbs.
4,784
382
5,032
2,479
820
700
1,878'
3,906
2,573
2,156
1,202
804
1,087
816
699
1,608
957
1,038
3,078
1,891
2,558
1,359
9,605
4,576
Si : : 1,525
1,062
200
3,450
2,859
446
/6,893
1,288
400
2,538
452
1,051
1,039
3,472
1,946
1,951
995
309
267
4,481
3,291
1,899
1,106
S1,576
2,788
2,685
168
3,079
567
573
1,680
511
480
i? 496
1,305
3,499
1,614
1,208
824
5,973
-2,362
2,147
319
1,428
1,108
784
745
523
1,179

















address s


Samuel, Leila
Sergeant, Virginia
Seaton, Mary
Thomas, Vivian
Theohalds, Joseph
Theobalds, Raphael
Thomas, Julia
SThomas, Joseph Augustus
Williams, Lucinda
Williams, Viola Christiana


Three Rivers
New Grounds
Belle Vue
Park Hill
/

Diamond
New Adelphi
Park Hill
Diamond


S Weight
deli-. erre
in ib.
1,940
228
2,257
1,52.7
521
4,128
263
649
855
1,791


C. De FREITAS,
for Superintendent Department of Agriculture-.












ELECTION OF DISTRICT DELEGATE TO REPRESENT SMALL GROWERS IN-
THE KINGSTOWN-LEEWARD DISTRICT ON THE ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.


Under the Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Kingstown-Leeward will be
taken on Saturday 25th July, 1953 between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and 2.00 p.m.
2. Votes should be cast at the offices of the Agricultural Department,.
Kingstown.
3. Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
Kingstown-Leeward District, and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.
List of Small Growers who delivered Starch from. Kingstown-Leeward to the(
Arrowroot Association during Crop 1952-53.


SName

Allen, A. C.
Anthony, Clairmonte
Audain, Rhoda
Ashtcn, Glaudine
An,]cino:, Matilda
Byron, Tracy
Ballantyne, Ada
COh: 7.' N i,!l/ni
Collis, Elizabeth
Charles, Wilfred
Cummings, Ercelle
Crichton, Marguerite
Cambridge, Alphaeus
Daize, Lionel
Daize, Alfred
Daize, Mary
Dyer, George
Dodd, David
de Riggs, Ernest
Daisley, Violet
Daniel, Winifred
Fraser, Edward
Francis,. James
Games, Albert
Gabriel, Selina
Hazlewood, Randolph
Hannaway, Olive
Harry, John
Iton, Phillip
Jack, Cornelius
John, Rawle E.
Jeffrey, Maude
Joachim, Edmond
Keane, Walter
Lee, Gertrude
Morris, Jane
Millington, Esther
Noel, Adolphus
Ophelia, Ursula
Porter, Marcus
Patterson, James
Paynter, Nesta
Parsons, Miriam
Brince, Percival
Porter, Mary
Porter, Ezekiel
Patrick, Lillian
Robertson, Uranus
Samuel, Abraham
Simon, Clifford
Sa;unCdrs, Picton


Address

Kingstown
Troumaca
Buccamr-nt
Gordoni Yafrd
Layou
GaDler

Sprin- Vilge
Layou
Cumberland
Kingstown
Kingstown
Layou
Gordon Yard
Gordon Yard
Gordon Yard
Cumberland
S Cumberland
Spring Village
Kingstown
Layou
Layou
Layou
Layou
Layou
Layou
Layou
Coull's Hill
Coull's Hill
Layou
Wallilabou
Spring Village
Barrouallie
Layou
Layou
Layou
Layou
Spring Village
Layou
Cumberland
Layou
Kingstown
Layou
Layou
Spring Village
Spring Village
SLayou
Spring Village
Layou
Layou
Layou


Weight
delivered
in Ib.
5,490
3.072
1,212
203

10,477
510
105
1.388
408
216
6,092
343
103
904
659
1,150
232
207
816
509
3,437
370
2,207
'503
304
1,012
480
858
1,525
5,637
96
2,415
1,615
416
336
197
209
601
460
653
2,816
3,181
1,455
200
309
405
404
1,613
303
295























Name


Samuel, Milton
Sampson, Belle
Smith, Belle
Spence, Robert
Taylor, Veronica
Walker, Charles
Williams C. R. for Alice Wilams
Williams, Luther
T-oung, Herman


Address


Spring Village
Layou
Layou
SiJring Village
Layou
Layou
Kingstown
Spring Village
Layou


C. De FREITAS,
for Superintendent
Department of Agriculture.


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' Weight
delivered
in lb.
355
202
291
201
600
1,314
295
99
1,313
















ELECTION OF DISTRICT DELEGATE TO REPRESENT SMALL GROWERS IN
THE GEORGETOWN DISTRICT ON THE ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.


Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950-notice is hreby
.given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Georgetown will be taken on
Friday 31Lt July 1953 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 5.30 p.m.
2. Votes should be cast at the Georgetown Government School.
3. Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
Georgetown District, and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.
List of small Growers who delivered Starch from Georgetown to the Arrowroot
.Association during crop 1952-53.


Name


.Aams, Henry
Abbott, Benjamin
Agard, Walter
Adams, Cornelius
Balcombe, Jerome
Blake, Lessline
Brackin, Lea
Bailey, Alfred
Browne, Brinsley
Balcombe, Clement
Bailey, Ernestine
Burke, James
Baptiste, Ursula
Browne, Viola
Burke, Audalne
Cuffy, M. E.
Crichton, Estelle
Clarke, Albert
Crichton, Henry
Clarke, Robert
Clouden, Ethel
Corke, Elwin
Corke, Ernest
Cole, Arthur
Crichton, Hubert
Clarke, Doris
Crichton, Alban
Comma, Rosalind
C'ato, Claudius
Charles, Marion
Corke, Christobel
Crichton, Victor
Crichton, Kelvin
Corke, Owen
Crichton, Egerton
Crichton, Cecil
Cropper, Anitha
Child, Frederick
Cuffy, Pearl
Delves, James
Drrick, Duncan
deNobrigo, John
daSilva, Vincent
Dellimore, Philly
Dublin, Doris
Dickson, Willie
Dabrell, Joseph
Dublin, Edward
Emmanuel, Vera
Emmanuel, Calvil
Fraser, Harry
Forbes, Alicene
Gatherer, Edward
Gatherer, Mildred
Glasgow, Luther


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Byera
Georgetown


O'Briens

Sandy Bay
Chili
Georgetown

Caratal

Sandy Bay
Dicksons
Byera
Georgetown
O'Briens
Chili
Georgetown

Caratal
Georgetown


Dicksons
O'Briens
Dicksons-
O'Briens
Dicksons
Georgetown
,,
O'Briens
Georgetown
do.
O'Briens
Dicksons
Sandy Bay
Georgetown
Sandy Bay
Georgetown


Dicksons
Georgetown
O'Briens
Byera Hill
Dicksons
Byera
do.
Orange Hill
O'Briens
Georgetown
do.
do.


Weight
delivered
in Ibs.


1,952
3,159
4,613
2,134
7,603
1,747
2,604
896
810
7,739
2,107
6,553
6,026
1,576
1,419
2,413
4,082
4,282
5,452
4,820
2,887
11,115
2,464
3,248
1,425
5,925
7,116
6,207
521
2,434
1,570
4,591
2,006
2,911
5,890
2,035
903
3,410
4,849
3,410
2,484
9,112 '
3,395
1,335
2,317
5,520
710
2,213
1,887
1,594
1,112
2,836
10,247
3,454
1,314
















Name


Griffith, Rufuel
Grant, Charles
Henry, Mary
Huggins, RhodWe
Hoyte, Augustus
Henry, Oleanor
James, Joseph
Jacobs, Adriana
John, Clara
Jones, Ermes
James, Hadasseh
James, Wilberforce
Kelly, Maude
Kelly, David
Liverpool, Samuel
Lobban, Martha
Lewis, Mabel
Lewis, Percy
Lewis, Bessie
Lindsay, Walker
Liverpool, Ertrice
Marksman, Ezekiel
Mercury, Claude
Mercury, David
Mercury, McKensie
Mercury, Dorothy
McBavnett, Henrietta
McLean, Alfred
Neptune, Priscilla
Neptune, Louise
Nanton, Rosena
Prescod, C. W.
Peters, Gladys
Prince, Leonard
Richards, William
Rouban, William
Ross, Clement
Richards, Claribelle
Roderiques, Joseph
Stephens, Percy
Sutton, Thomas
Stephens, Randolph
Sutherland, Johnathan
Sween, Samuel
Stay, Robert
Sutherland, Charles
Sutherland, James
Simmons, Rebecca
Sutherland, Leonora
Samuel, Francisca
Small, Henry
Small, Lucille
Sutherland, David A.
Thorne, Leonora
Toney, Jestina
Tixeira, Emanuel
Toppin, Percy
Toppin, Veronica
Woods, Ruth
Williams, Claude
Woods, Wilmoth
Walker, Theophilus
Williams, Hilda
Williams, Albert
Williams, Wilfred
Young, Morris


Address


Georgetown
Mt. Bentinck
O'Briens
Dicksons
Sandy Bay
Georgetown
Dicksons

Georgetown

Dicksons

Byera
do.
Georgetown
O'Briens
Georgetown


Mt. Bentinck
Georgetown

Dicksons
do,
do.
do.
do.
Byera


Sandy Bay
Georgetown
O'Briens
Byera
Georgetown
Byera
Caratal
O'Briens
. I do.
Georgetown


"


Sandy Bay
Chili
Georgetown
Chester Cottage
Georgetown
O'Briens
Georgetown
Dicksons
Georgetown
do.
Sandy Bay

SO'Briens
Georgetown
Dicksons
Byera
Chili
Georgetown
Chili
Caratal


Weight
delivered
in lbs.
1,437
7,430
4,640
6,464
6,889
2,439
3,857
8,604
8,806
2,121
712
1,517
1,013
3,561.
3,907
3,618
5,924
2,839
8,590
6,737
8,708
3,409
5,144
3,025
1,794
1,915
4,236
2,241
3,995
5,225
2,627
700
1,556
880
5,308
1.233
3,284
635
9,538
9,875
4,135
2,925
10,391
3,479
3,635
7,169
2,883
2,326
7,481
1,023
4,821
3,105
4,658
4,080
1,998
2,438
S 6,118
1,596
4,713
3,674
3,238
3,085
1,330
9,672
1,932
10,382

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for Superintendent
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ELECTION OF DISTRICT DELEGATE TO REPRESENT SMALL GROWERS IN
THE MESOPOTAMIA DISTRICT ON THE ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.


Under Arrowroot (Amendment) Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Mesopotamia will be taken on
Sunday 2Gth July, 1953 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. and 6.30 p.m.
2. For purposes of polling, the district will be divided into areas. Area "A "
to incl.do all small growers delivering starch to the Association from Mesopotamia,
Yambau, Evesham Carriere, Hopewell, Richland Park, Belmont, Fountain, Belair,
Gomc-a and Akers; Area "B" will include Stubbs, Mt. Pleasant, Calder, Argyle,
Brighton, Belvidere, Enhams, Victoria Village, Glamorgan, Prospect, Diamond,
Choppins, Carapan, Rathomill, Calliaqua, Glen and Golden Vale.
3. Votes should be cast in "Area "A" at the Mesopotamia Gov-rnment
School and in Area "B at the Stubbs Government School.
4: Persons whose names appear in the list below are entitled to vote in the
Mesopotamia District and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.
LisI of Small Growers who delivered Starch from Mesopotamia District to the
Arrowrozot Association during Crop 1952--53.


Name

AmtrL;, Ruth
Brc~ .o., C. F.
Bailey, Owen
Bullock, Edward
Bucchan, Bertie
Bradshaw, Leonard V.
Bullcck, Robert
Bullock, Gertrude
Bacchus, Vernon
BracThaw, Gladys"
Brereton, Percival.
Bullock, Walter
Bacchus, Alphaeus
Byron, Tracy
Bradshaw, Allan
Bradshaw, Hilaria
Cato, Meta
Charles, George
Castevo, Lloyd
Cxiek, Joseph
Constantine, Hilton
Constance, George
Crichton, Verold
Charles, Edmond
Conliffe, Clementina
Caesar, Conrad
Charles, Ruth
Collymore, Gwendolyn
Desne, Vincent
Davis, Beatrice
da Costa, Helen
Davis, Florence
Drayton, A. D.
Drayton, Lucy
Durrant, Var
Davis, Elliot
Davis, J. W.
David, Henry
Davis, Albertha
Davis, Cynthia
Falby, William A.
Frank, Prunella
Greaves. James
Govia, Ruby
Govia, John
Govia, Jerome
George, Findlay
Hutchinson, James


Address

E3lair
Akera
Ai' burton
Fountain
Evesham Vale
Belmont
Fountain
Argyle
..iscpotamia
Joseph Land
Prospect
Mt. Pleasant
Mesopotamia
Calder
Belmont
Joseph Land
Belmont
,Hopewell
Hopewell
Evesham
Evesham
Belair
Arnos Vale
Brighton
Belair
Calder
Evesham
Evesham
Akers
Richland Park
Mesopotamia
Evesham
Carriere
Mesopotamia
Yambou
Ratho Mill
Evesham Vale
Glamorgan
Hopewell
Evesham
Stubbs
Mesopotamia
Belair
Belmont
Belmont
E-lmont
Glamorgan
Calder


Weie'gh
deliveitr
in Ib.
597
9-706
1,041
1,958
832
2.054
1.394
7,196
2,885
5,313
6.631.
6,464
1,595
2,397
100
5,282
581
1,653
3,007
1,678
645
1,125
1,714
1,068
216
1,198
2,230
1,021
1,629
492
1,034
10,945
9,645
2,162
1,548
2,604
10,965
533
1,979
7,703
3,038
2,628
2,113
11,132
10,914
10,104
1,022
6,027



















Name

Hadaway, Wilmoth H.
Joseph, Henrietta
John, Charles
Joseph, Q'Neil
Jack, Clarissa
Joslyn, Alfred
Jennings, Emily
Jackson, Letha
John, Luenda
John, Frances
King, Chfistopher 'L.
King, Reuben
Lewis, Valgina
Latham, Levi
Leigertwood, Leslins
Matthews, William
Minors, Rupert
Matthews, Menia
Martin, Rachael
Minors, Maggie
Marks, Catherine
Mc Kie, Irena
Me Lean, Ivy
Nelson, James
Nichols, Beresford
Nelson, Samuel
Neverson, Ernest
'iichols, Esther
Nichols, Collen
Payne, Alby
Payne, Henry
Prince John
Quammie, Desmond
Quammi'e, Irena
-Rose, Newton
Rodgers, Sylvanus
Ecache, Miriam
Samuel, Nathaniel
Samuel Nathan
Samuel, Joshua
Searles, Susannah
Cam-yson, Inez
Slehr e-;A:?N, Norman
S... Neliie
Samu.'~i, Hagar
Tim, Amos
Thozmas, Reynold
Tim, James
Thorne, Rupert
Williams, Riny
Walkins, Lyn
Williams, George
Williams, Donelly
Webb, Cyril
Wright, Monica.
Yammie, Jestina


Weight
Address delivered
in lb.
Harmony Hall 2,479
Vict:ria Village 623
Mesopotamia 4,287
Glamorgan 9,383
Calder 1,160
Rivulte 4,310
Argyle 5,633
Mesopotamia 666
Calder 5,487
Calder 313
Prospect 5,578
Calder 1,784
Calder 3,901
Mesopotamia 5,802.
Stubbs 591
Belair 1,523
Dumbarton 7,323
Belair 402
Fairbairn Pasture 748
Dumbarton 4,132
Mesopotamia 5,443
Ratho Mill 858
Evesham 4,890
Victoria Village 3,720
Carapan 10,672
Victoria Village 1,750
Mesopotamia 1,016
Carapan 6,148
Belmont 5,876
Calder 310
Calder 9,395
Calliaqua 1,932
Glamorgan 990
Belair 351
Carriere 1,015
Stubbs 3,553
Stubbs 1,400
Belair 1,847
Evesham Vale 479
Evesham Vale 527
Dauphine 300
Mesopotamia 191
Mesopotamia 9,044
Mesopotamia 3,246
Mesopotamia 5,082
Evesham 737
Calder 8,598
Evesham 1,2.26
Fair Hall '2,135
Hopewell 2,086
Stubbs 758
Glamorgan 608
Evesham 1,391
Collins 927
Evesham 832
Enhams -1,302

C. De FREITAS,
for Superintendent Department of Agriculture.





















ELECTION OF DISTRICT DELEGATE TO REPRESENT SMALL ROWERS IN
THE BIABOU )DISTRICT ON THE ARROWROOT ASSOCIATION.

Under Arrewroot (Amendment). Ordinance No. 25 of 1950 notice is hereby
given that a ballot to elect the district delegate for Biabou will be taken on Sunday
26th July, 1953 between the hours of 3.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
2. Votes should be cast at the Biabou Association Hall.
S. Persons whose names appear on the list below are entitled to vote in the
Biabou District and each person is entitled to one (1) vote only.
SList of Small Growers who delivered Starch from Piabou District to the
Arrowroot Association during rop 152s-5-.


Nam
Name
-<.* "


Ambris, Richard
-Andrews, Loriana
Ambris, Catherine
Brown, Charles
Gato, Iris
Castello, Herman
Drayton, A. C.
Daniel, Millicent
Daniel, Rupert
Daniel, Benjamin
Gonsalves, Agatha
Mull, Esau
Husbands, Matilda
Job, Candace
Jacobs, Henry
Jacobs, Wilbert
Jacobs, Etheline
Jackson, Mildred
Jackson, Anitha
James, Samuel
SJohnson, George
Lewis, Pearl
Ollivierre, Esmie
Feters, Etta
Rodgers, Caesar
.Richards, Christopher
Sutherland, Hilary
,Smart, Huldah
Sharpe, Maurice
Shortt, Margaret
ZSharpe, Zelin
Thompson, William H.
Thompson, Maude
Williams, Stephen
Yorke, Adina


Biabo
"


Lii


Lowmans
Biabou
New Prospect
Biabou
Biabou
Bridgetown
; I9

Biabou
Lowmans
; *
Biabou
Biabou

New Prospect

Lowmans
Biabou

Bridgetown
New Prospect

Lowmans
Biabou
Lowmans

Bridgetown
Lowmans
Bridgetown

New Prospect
Biabou


;~


W : eight
delivered
in lb.
S,916
995
1,466
509
3,293
3,651
7,580
2,689
1,849
4,045
4,205
5,875
698
685
898
2,474
856
2,926
1,706
3,358
7,799
2,831
2,374
1,407
3,530
2,552
3,671
1,576
3,424
1,695
3,657
6,634
1,814
1,393
1,542


C. De FREITAS,
for Superintendent
Department of Agricultury.


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