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SA INT VIN( 1;NTI


GOVERNMENT GAZEITE


Jiubi!;hed ht iihoriln.


Voi,. 87.] SA.\INT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY. 1.4. [No. 9.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 101.
E. B. BEETHAM,
Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND BY THE GRACE OF GOD of Great Britain,
Ireland, and the British Dominions beyond the Seas, QUEEN, Defender of the
Faith.
To all to whom these presents shall come GREETING :
KNOW YE that We reposing especial trust and confidence in the loyalty,
integrity and ability of Our Trusty and Well-Beloved Charles Francis Henville,
Barrister-at-Law, Attorney-General of the Windward Islands, and Member of the
Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, resident of Saint Paul's in the Colony of
Grenada in the Windward Islands, of Our especial grace, certain knowledge and
mere motion have thought fit to constitute and appoint and by these Presents do
constitute and appoint the said Charles Francis Henville to be One of Our Counsel
for Our Windward Islands comprising the Colonies of Grenada, Saint Vincent,
Saint Lucia and Dominica and the Dependencies thereof to hold and enjoy within
Our said Colonies all and singular the RIGHTS, ALLOWANCES, PRIVILEGES and
PRE-EMINENCES to the said appointment belonging or appertaining in as full
and ample a manner as any other Our Counsel learned in the Law in any of Our
Colonies doth hold or enjoy or of right ought to have held or enjoyed the same,
and also the liberty of sitting and practising within the Bars of Our said Colonies
as any of our Coonsel learned in the Law do ought or may.
AND WE Do HEREBY DIRECT AND ENJOIN that these Our Letters Patent be
published within Our Windward Islands and be duly recorded in the Offices of the
respective Administrators of Our said Colonies.
AND to the said ends aforesaid, We have caused these Our Letters Patent to be
sealed with the Public Seal of Our Colony of GRENADA.
WITNESS Our Trusty and Well-Beloved His Excellency Edward Betham
Beetham, Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael
and Saint George, Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, Officer of
the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands at Government House,
Grenada, this twenty-second day of January in the year of Our Lord One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-four and in the Second Year of Our
Reign.
By Command,
L. COOLS-LARTIGUE,
Chief Secretary.
(J 9/1945)




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52 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 9).


No. 102.
ENQUIRY RELATING TO WATER RESERVE LANDS AT MAMOON.

The following Commission appointing ROBERT MILTON CATO, Esquire,
Barrister-at-Law, JOHN MANNING CAVE, Esquire, Superintendent of Agriculture
and THOMAS BRERETON, Esquire, Sanitary Superintendent, to be the Commission
to enquire into, and report upon, all facts relating to the encroachment on the
Water Reserve Lands of the Mamoon Water Supply by unauthorised persons, and
all matters appertaining thereto, is published for general information.
2. Any Members of the public desiring to give evidence before the aforesaid
Commission are requested to send their names and addresses to the Secretary of
the Commission at Government Office not later than Wednesday, the 3rd day of
March, 1954.
16th February, 1954.
(P 1/1954)

BY HIS HONOUR WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, Companion of the
Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George.
[L.S.1 Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire,
Administrator of the Colony of Saint Vincent, etc., etc.
W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.
To : ROBERT MILTON CATO, Esquire,
Barrister-at-Law,
JOHN MANNING CAVE, Esquire,
Superintendent of Agriculture,
THOMAS BRERETON, Esquire,
Sanitary Superintendent.
WHEREAS it is expedient to enquire into and report upon, the encroachment on
the Water Reserve Lands of the Mamoon Water Supply by unauthorised persons,
and all matters appertaining thereto;
AND WHEREAS it is desirable for those purposes that a Commission should be
issued under the provisions-of the Commissions of Enquiry Ordinance (Cap. 160) :
Now KNow YE THAT I, WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, Administrator as
aforesaid, reposing full confidence in your zeal, discretion and ability do appoint
you the said Robert Milton Cato, John Manning Cave and Thomas Brereton to be
the Commission under the said Ordinance to make diligent enquiries into, and
report upon, all facts relating to the encroachment on the Water Reserve Lands of
the Mamoon Water Supply by unauthorised persons, and all matters appertaining
thereto, and in particular-
(a) to ascertain what person or persons, if any,.gave permission to clear the
said lands or any part thereof and if the authority Igiven by such person
or persons was valid;
(b) to ascertain what payments, if any, were made in respect of the said
lands or any part thereof and by Whom, to whom, and for what purposes,
such payments were made;
(c) to consider the possible effect of such encroachment on the health of
the commliffity a'hKfd ake refo~nrienldations.
AND I FURiHER DIRECT that the said enquiry shall be made at the Legislative
Council Chamber at the Court House ii Kingstown at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon
on Friday the 5th day of March, 1954, and on such other days and at such other
places as you the Commissioners aforesaid shall deem proper and necessary and
that you shall make such report and recommnehdatiohs in the premises as may to
you seem fit, with all convenient speed :
AND I Do HEREEY APPOINT you the said ROBERT MILTON CATO to be
Chairman of the Commission and AGNES ELEANOR CATO to be the Secretary of
the said Commission to attend the meetings and generally to perform such duties
as Secretary as are prescribed by law.
-AND I CHARGE AND COMMAND all officers, and all other Her Majesty's loyal
subjects in the Colony that in their several places and according to their several
powers and abilities they be aiding and assisting you in the execution of this your
Commission.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent, at
Government House in the said Colony this 16th day of February One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-four and in the Third Year of the Reign
of Her Majesty Queen ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

By Command,
A. V. KING,
Government Office, Government Secretary.
16th FGovernment Office,uary,1954.
16th February, 1954.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 9). 5:3


No. 103.
APPOINTMENTS.

COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX.
The Honourable P. R. ELLS, Colonial
Treasurer, has been appointed a Com-
missioner of Income Tax under the
provisions of Section 3 of the Income
Tax Ordinance, 1948 with retrospective
effect from 28th August, 1953.
16th February, 1954
(A. 37/1944).

No. 104.
TRUSTEES OF GLEN FAIRHALL
PROPERTIES.
By. virtue of Section 6 of the Lewis
Punnie:t Endowmnent Ordinance, 1953,
the (Governor-i:-Council h:u appointed
the following persons to be Trustees of
the Glen-Fairhall properties for a period
of 3 years, with the exception of Mr.
LEWIs PUNNETT whose appointment is
for life :-
The Honourable Colonial Treasurer,
The Senior Medical Officer,
Mr. LEWIS PUNNITT,
His Lordship the Bishop of the Wind-
ward Islands,
ThI Methodist Minister-in-Charg of
the Kingstown Circuit.
The Priest-in-Charge of the Roman
Catholic Church.
2. The abovl appointments are effect-
iie from 16th February, 1954.
16t0l Ivebrualy, 1954.
(D, 2/1954).

No. 105.
APPOINTMENT OF, AUTHORIZED
OFFICER.
In exercise of the powers vested in
him by Section 2 of the Land Acquisi-
tion Ordinance, 1946 (No. 22 of 1946)
the Alininistrator has appointed Mr.
LANCELOT PI&ERRE, Assistant Surveyor,
St. Vincent to till the office of autho-
rised officer in connection with the:
survey of the lands which are likely to
be rreqired for the construction of a
public nm-rkett 'atBarrouallie.
16ih February, 1954.
(P. 50/1944).


NM, 10A


No. 107.
CORRECTION.

CHATEAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD.
Mr. ARNOLD LAWRENCE us a Nom-
inated Member wilh effect from 1st
March, 1954 vice Mr. JAMES FERDINAND
who has resigned.
[This Notice supersedes Government Notice
No. 91 of 9th February, 1954.]
16th February, 1954.
(A. 9/1949).

No. 108.
PROMOTION.
Mr. V. H. DURRANT, Road Overseer,
Public Works Department has Iteen pro-
moted to tlih post of Assistant Sopeiin-
tendeit of Roads. Public Works Depart-
ment, with effect from 19th December,
1953.
16th February, 1954.
(P. F. 183).


No. 109.
ASSUMPTION OF DUTY.

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENhDENT OF
POLICE, ST. VINCEIT.
With reference to Notice No. 617 pub-
lished in the Gazette of 22nd December,
1953, Mr. A. G. W. COUsiNS arrived in
the Colony on 31st January, 1954, and
assumed duties as Assistant Superinten-
dent of Police, St. Vincent, on that date.
16th February, 1954.
(P. F. 689).


No. 110.
LEAVE NOTICE.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
The lIonourable G. H. CHARLES,
Member of 'tlie Executive and Legis-
lative Councils, has been grant< d 15
days' leave of absence with effect from
16th February, 1954.
16th February, 1954.
(A. 31/1948).


No. 111.


BANK HOLIDAYS.


.P V R. By virtue of a Proclanmation issued
STAMP VNDO. with this Gazette (S.R. & 0. No. 8),
Mr, CONRAD ADAMS of Union Island Tuesday, 2nd March, 1954, being a
has been appointed a licensed stamp Bank Holiday, all Public Offices will
vendor for the year 1954. be closed on that day.
16th February, 1954. 16th February, 1954.
(Q. 1511948). (W. 19/1946).














54 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1954.-(No. 9).

1


No. 112.
By virtue of a Proclamation issued
with this Gazette (S.R. & O. No. 9),
Monday, 8th March, 1954, being a
Bank Holiday, all Public Offices will
be closed on that day.
16th February, 1954.

No. 113.
ANNOUNCEMENT.

BRITISH GUIANA.
Following is the text of Secretary of
State's announcement in the House of
Commons on 8th February, 1954:-
"I want to tell the House some-
thing of our plans for further econo-
mic development in British Guiana.
We have been preparing such plans
for some time but could make no real
progress under the former Buiiish
Guiana Government. Now, however,
we are getting to grips with the mat-
ter. The Governor has set up the
Economic Council recommended by
the Waddington Commission a n d
while I have been in Nigeria he has
been over here explaining his pro-
posals for immediate development
and discussing how they are to be
financed.
We cannot yet estimate exactly
what the development plans of the
Colony for the next five years will
involve but the cost is likely to be
not less than 15,000.000. The de-
tails are being worked out in British
Guiana and in this work the report
of the International Bank Mission is
proving a gzeat help. We and the
British Guiana Govern ment are deep-
ly grateful to the Bink for this help.
The Governor and I want to get
ahead as fast as is practicable and he
has produced detailed proposals for
the next two years costing some
9,000,000. This includes:-
(1) rather more than 3,000.000
for transport,communications
and other public works to re-
construct and expand roads,
railways, ports, and tele-
phones ;
(2) over 2, million pounds for
agriculture and forestry to
carry out research major
drainage and irrigation
schemes which were recently
reviewed on the spot by Mr.
LACEY my adviser on the
subject and land settlement
for small farmers on lines
recommendeii Iy Mr. FRANK
BROWN after his recent visit ;


(3) 2J million pounds for social
development in clI ud ing a
housing programme of
2,000,000 in addition to ex-
penditure of over million
pounds from sugar funds to
speed up the replacement of
antiquated accommodation on
the sugar estates known as
ranges; and lastly about
1,000,000 for agricultural
and industrial credits to be
administered by a credit cor-
poration, the Chairman De-
signate of which has already
arrived in British Guiana.
This is an ambitious progrnime
and there will he shortages to be
faced-of materials, skilled staff and
artisans and Fo on-which may slow
down the rate at which the pro-
gramme can be carried out.
But Her Majesty's Government are
determined that's much as is practica-
ble should be done as soon as practi-
cable and that worth-while develop-
ment shall not be h(ld up for lack of
money. As a first step, therefore,
Her Majesty's Government h;iie de-
cided to make available a further
grant of 3,125,000 from Colonial
Development and Welfare funds and
to provide facilities for up, to
3,417,000 extra loans to be raised as
required in London. With the money
already available for development
this will make up the estimated
9,000,000 required. We shall watch
the position carefully and will decide
later how exactly to provide further
finance for the plan when we see how
the schemes progress and what the
Colony needs."
16th February, 1954.

No. 114.
LEGISLATION.
The following Documents are pub-
lished with this issue of'the Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 7.-The Chateaubelair
Town Board (Cemetery) By-Laws,
1954.
(D. 6/1949 F).
S.R. & 0. No. 8.-Proclaimino Tues-
day the 2nd day of March 1954,
to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony.
(W. 19/1946).
S.R. & 0. No. 9.-Proclaiming Mon-
day the 8th day of March 1954,
to be observed as a Bank Holiday
throughout the Colony.
(W. 47/1950).
16th February, 1954.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 9). 55


No. 115.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.

B.W.I. TRADE COMMISSIONER IN
THE UNITED KINGDOM.

DATE OF VISIT ALTERED.
With reference to Government Notice
No. 69 dated 2tth January 1954 con-
cerning the official Br;tish Cariblean
tour of Mr. GARNET H. GORDON, J.B.E.,
recently appointed B.W.I. Trade Com-
missioner in the Uni ted Kingdom, tie
public are hereby notified that Mr.
GORDON has founnl it necessary to chlinge
his itin. rary, and lie will now bearriv-
ing in St. Vincent by plane on Moniday
the 22nd February inse:id of Thursday
18th, and will leave for St. Lucia by
plane on Thur.sda morning 25th Febrn-
ary, instead of Monday 22 nd.
Arrangeimeints to miett Mr. GORDON
already made for the Chamber of Com-
merce, Planters Association and the
Arrowroot Board will a'-cordingly be
altered. Members of the mercantile
community who will like to interview
Mr. GORDON are asked to get in touch
with Mr. A. V. SPROTT, Controller of
Supplies, who will make th2 appoint-
ments for them.
16th Febrn;ry, 1954.

No. 83.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS COURSE.
It is hereby notified fr general infor-
mnation that a Telephone Operators
Training Conrse will be held at the
Kingstown Telephone Exchange com-
mencing on 1st March, 1954.
2. Applications for places on this
Course should be addressed to the As-
sistant Superintendent of Telephones,
Kingstown Tel-phone Exchange, and
should reach him not later than .3.00
p.m. on 20th February, 1954.
3. Future 'leleplhone Operators will
be racruit-d from ;ninong those persons
who have successfully completed the
Course.
4. Further particulars may be obtain-
ed, on application from tlie Office of
the Assistant Superintendent of Tele-
phones, Kingstown.
2nd February, 1954.
(A. 25/1953).

No. 100.
IMPORTATION OF ANIMALS INTO
BARBADOS.
The following notices issued by the
Government of Barbados are published
for general information:-


The owner, captain, or person in
charge, of any vessel or ship arriving in
Carlisle Bay from a port in another
territory who desires that his ship shall
enter the Bridgetown careenage is here-
by warned that as from 1st January,
1954, no such vessel or ship will be per-
Initted to enter the said careenage if
there is on board sIch ship any animal
in ri.-spect of which an import permit
has not been obtained from tlie Director
of Agriculture.
No animal may he import d into the
Island unless a permit has been obtained
from thf Director of Agriculture to
import such animal. Any person desir-
ing to import an animn] should accord-
ingly apply to the Director of Agricul-
nure for an import permit before init;at-
ing import arrangements. No import
permit is valid unless signed I)y the
Director of Agriculture or the Veterin-
ary Officer. The conditions under
which ant animal may be imported will
he stated on th- import permit issnud in
respect of such aniiail, and permission
to land the animal will not Le granted if
the importer has failed to comply with
the specified conditions.
9th February, 1954.
(J. 23/1945).

By Cotinmn:ind,

A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
16th February, 1954.




i!'I'AI?TM :NTAL AN, )
O'lII ER NOTICES.


MEDICAL REGISTRATION NOTICE.

The undermentioned person has this
day Ibeen registered as a Midwife:--

Me ica Name. Residence.
District.

2. North ST. HILAIRE, Rose Bank.
CLARICE
(n6e Delpeche)


A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Medical Registrar.

9th February, 1954.
(M. 4/195l ).















56 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY, 154.--(No. 9).


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
CONTROL NOTICES.


TENDER FOR FLOUR.


Commission Agents are requested to submit to the Controller of Supplies, St.
Vincent, B.W.I., not later than 12 noon on Saturday, 20th February, 1954, quotations
c.i.f. St. Vincent, B.W.I., including Agents' Commission, for :
3,000 cotton bags of 100 lb. each "E" Grade Flour, and
3,000 cotton bags of 100 lb. each Enriched "E Grade Flour.
The E Grade Flour must be milled solely from Canadian Hard Spring Wheat
not lower in grade than No. 3 Northern and must be of the following minimum
standard :


Maximum Moisture
Maximum Ash
Minimum Protein


14-00%
-52%
12-00%


The Enriched E Grade Flour is to be enriched in accordance with the
following :
Minimum Maximum
Thiamine 2.0 2.5 Milligrams for ea. lb. Flour
Riboflavine 1-2 1-5 "
Niacine 16.0 20-0 "
Iron 13.0 16-5 "
With Calcium Carbonate 500 600 "
The name of the miller, analysis of the flour, the enrichment standard and
the brand name should be stated in the tender. Chemist's certificate showing
analysis of the flour, and enrichment standard, and duly notarised must
accompany documents. The Controller, however, exercises the right to arrange
for samples to be drawn and analysed on his behalf.
Shipping documents must include date of shipment of all flour and in the case
of the "Enriched Flour must also indicate that it is enriched, and "Vitamin
Enriched Flour must be stencilled on each bag.
Shipment must be made during the second half of March, 1954.
The Controller of Supplies does not bind himself to purchase flour at the
lowest or any offer.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
10th February, 1954.
(T 24/1950)


IMPORT CONTROL NOTICE (No. 1/1954).1

TRADE WITH JAPAN.

With reference to Control Notice
dated 23rd May 1953, Irmporters and
Agents are hereby notified that in a ldi-
tion to imports of Japanese cotton and
rayon textiles licences may now be
granted for imports froni Japan of any
type of goods which may be permitted
from olter iion-sterling area territories.
2. In.portation from Japan must be
covered by specific Import Licence.
Importers are also romi n ded that import
of Japan goods via other scheduled
territories (including Hong Kong, Singa-
pore, Aden) require specific import
licences. i

Dated this 3rd day of February, 1954.

A. V. SPROTT.
Controller oj Suppiies.


IMPORT CONTROL NOTICE
(No. 2 of 1954)

WORLD OPEN GENERAL LICENCE
IN CERTAIN COMMODITIES.

With reference to the World Open Gen-
eral Licence issued pursuant to Sec-
tion 5 of the Imports and Exports Con-
trol Regulations, 1939, dated the 29th day
of February 1952, the Schedule is hereby
amended by deleting all the items therein
and substituting therefore the following:
1. Newsprint
2. Kraft paper
3. Fish (dried, smoked, pickled, salt-
ed and canned)
4. Onions
5. Potatoes
6. Animal Feeding Stuffs
7. Cheese
8. Milk, powdered and canned
9. Split Peas
10. Meat













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY, 1954.-(No. 9). 57


2. The first 6 items which have hi-
therto been included in the Canadian
Token Import Scheme-will now be deleted
from the list of items covered by the
Scheme.
Dated this 9th day of February 1954.
A. V. SPROTT,
Controller of Supplies.
(N.B. The effect of this Notice is that
the above listed items are permitted to
be imported under World Open General
Licence, and no specific licence is now
necessary for the importation into the,
Colony of these commodities from any
source).



IMPORT CONTROL NOTICE
(NO. 3 OF 1954).

TOKEN IMPORT SCHEME.

With reference to Control Notice
dated 24th D.-cember 1951, it is herebyc
notified that the undermentioned itemi
has been added to the list of items un-
der Group I which may be imported
from dollar sources under the Token
Import Scheme:-
Cigarettes.
Dated this 10th day of February 1954.

A. V. SPRO IT,
Controller of Supplies.



INCOME TAX NOTICE.

TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.

Every person concerned, not I.eiing a
Government Oiffcer, is hereby reminded
that the latest dtte for the submission
of Income Tax Returns for assessment
in the year 1954 is the 31st March, and
that failure to give notice of charge-
ability is an offence against the Income
Tax Ordinance, rendering tile person
concerned liable on conviction to a fine
not exceeding FOUR HUNDRED AND
EIGHTY DOLLARS.
2. EVERY PERSON whose income,
accruing in, derived from the Colony or
elsewhere and whether received in the
Colony or not for the preceding yar,,
exceeded the statutory limit of $480 is
required to siibmit a return in the pre-
scribed form, notwithstanding that on
account of approved deductions no tax
may eventually be chargeable, and parti-
cnlar attention is directed to the fact
that the term "income" is deemed to


include not only money but also allow-
ances in kind.
3. Efforts are being made to send
blank return forms to such persons. It
is to be clearly understood, however,
that a p-rson is not exonerated jrom the
statutory liability to n:ake a return even
though tlat person maiy not have re-
crived a blaiik form, which may be
obtained, on application, at the Revenue
Offices at Georgetow n, Barrouallie,
Bequia and Union Island, or, in the
other districts from the Police Station
situate therein. Thlse Forms may also
be obtained from thie Income Tax Office,
Kingstown, where 'iny person requiring
information in connection therewith is
invited to enquire.
4. The form, correctly completed,
should be accompanied by all necessary
supporting statements. Specimens of
the form of account required from small
traders and froin occupiers or cultivators
of land will be supplied on request.

F. E. WILLIAMS,
Income Tax Officer.

INCOME TAX OFFICE,
1KINGSTOWN,
6th January, 1954.




BANANA PLANTS.

Persons who desire to purchase plants
from sources other than through the
Banana Growers Association of St. Vin-
cent should be on their guard against
fraudulent substittiioin of planting ma-
teriail of the Laeatan variety. It is
known that plants simihlrin appearance
to Lacatan exist but which do not bear
fruitt;;cceptable to the trade. Plants
imported from sources other than
through the Association should be in-
spected and certified by the Agricul:ural
I)epartment in the island from which
importation is made.
Plants imported into St. Viiient by
the Association for distribution ;re in-
spected and certified by the Agricultural
Department of Dominica before being
exported.

HUGH S. McCONN[E,
Acting Su]jerint, edeti o/
Agriciltvre.

KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINCENT, B.W.T.,
I t February, 1954.













58 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY. 1954.-(No. 9).


NOTICE.


GOVERNMENT PROPERTY IN ST.
VINCENT, B.W.I. FOR SALE.


Offers are agaiii invited for the pur-
chase of the premises now occupied by
the Customs Departmientt in the Bay
Street ;ldj:tcent to the Police Barracks
and comprising 2,520 square feet floor
space of warehouse aceommiod;ition, and
1,390 square feet of open yard space on
he ground floor.;ind 1.218 Fquarefeet
of office floor space on the first floor.

Upset price $17,000.00.


SAINT VINCENT.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEE-
WARI) ISLANDS-A.D. 1952.

Suit No. G.


IBeiween
DAVID PEMBERTON Ad-
ministra or of the Es-
tate of CHARLES PEM-
BERTON, ilec(ased
and
CECIL PEMBERTON


I


D)(fendmni.


NOTICE is hereby given that on S't-
urdaqy, the 27th d1ay of February, 1954,
between the hours of 12 o'clock ioon
and 3.00 p.m., there will be put up for
s:ile at the Court Ilonse in KingstoNn
the undermpitioned i'oonds anil chattels


Offers should he submitted to the leviid upon li virtue of a writ of
Assistant. Aldminist!ator & Establish- seizure and sale issued in the above
meant Officer, Government Office, St. snit:-
Vincent, British West Indies, not later Iron bedstead I Hat R;cl
than 28th February, 1954. 1 Rocking Chair 1 Table
2 Chairs 1 Bucket
if. D. SYLVESTER, 1 Iron Pot 5 Records
Superintendent of Works. 1 Coal Pot 1 (ranmophone
1 Stove


ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.,
9th January, 1:-54.
(P. 24/1951).


Dated this 5th day of December, 1953.
D. H. SALES.
Senior Bailiff.


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KINGS')DWN, ST. VINCENT.
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SAINT VINCENT.
r 1 TUTOR RULES AND ORDERS,


S*: 1954, No. 7.

N_'"CAUBELAIR TOWN BOARD (CEMETERY)
BY-LAWS.

(Gazetted 16th February, 1954.)

1. Short title. These By-Laws may be cited as the Chateaubelair Town
Board (Cemetery) By-Laws, 1954.

2. Schedule of fees for interments, allotments, memorials, etc.
The following sums shall be paid to the Chateaubelair Town Board prior to any
interment, allottnent of ground, or erection of any memorial, enclosure or cross :-
For the-
(a) burial of the body of a person whose age at the time of death
exceeds 10 years ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... -48
(b) burial of the body of a person whose age at the time of death
is 10 years or under ...... ...... ... ...... ...... ...... .... 30
(c) allotment of ground (4 ft X 6 ft) for the exclusive right of
burial therein ...... ...... ....... ............ $7..0
S (d) right to erect a memorial of material other than wood on
land not acquired ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 7 0
(e) right to erect a wooden cross on land not acquired .... ...... $1-00

3. Commencement. These By-Laws shall come into operation on the
1st day of March, 1954.

Made by the Chateaubelair Town Board under section 56 (1) (q) of the Local
Government Ordinance, 1951 (No. 17 of 1951) this 15th day of January, 1954.

JAMES FERDINAND,
Chairman.
Confirmed by the Governor under section 56 (4) of the aforesaid Ordinance
this 5th day of February, 1954.
O. R. KELSICK,
Acting Administrator.
OD. 6/1949).
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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
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S\, SAINT VINCENT.

$STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

i 1954, No. 8.


(Gazetted 16th February, 1954.)


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.
[L.S.1
W. F. COUTTS,
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, Dy
Proclamation in the Gazette, to appoint a special day to be observed as a Bank
Holiday throughout the Colony:
Now THEREFORE I do, with the advice of the Executive Council, and pursuant to
the authority in me vested by the said Ordinance, hereby appoint Tuesday, the
2nd day of March 1954, 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 12th day of February in
the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-four and in
the Third Year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !
(W 19/1946).

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45
SSAINT VINCENT.

STIYTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

S '" 1954, No. 9.


(Gazetted 16th February, 1954.)


BY THE ADMINISTRATOR.

A PROCLAMATION.

[L.S.]

W. F. COUTTS,
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 Monday, the 8th day of March, 1954, should be observed as a. Bank
Holiday throughout the Colony:
Now, I, by and with the advice aforesaid, do hereby appoint Monday the 8th
day of March, 1954, 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
Government Office this 13th day of February, one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-four and in the Third Year of the Reign of Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !
(W 47/1950).

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KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT.
S[Price 4 cents.]
1954.

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