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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


(EXTRAORDINARY.)


Sublisml he g 3uthoritg.


VO,. 87.] SAINT VINCENT. SATURDAY. 31 JULY. 1..54. [\o. 46.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE,


No. 373.


ACTING APPOINTMENT.


His Excellency the Governor has been plhieed to appoint 31r. N. B.
STALKER, Assistant Auditor, to act au Princitial Auditor, Windward Islands.
with effect from 13th Jauni, 1954.
By Comnm:nd,
A. V. KING,
Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
31st July, 1954.
(A 25/1945).


GENERAL ELECTIONS 1954.

Set out below are the names of iresidli.ig olicers and poll clerks showing
the respect ive polling stations to wlhilh tlhe hiave been appointeded to officiate
on polling day for the forticomiing Elections.
NORTH LEEWARD FLECTUR AL DISTRICT.


Polling Station Number and Location.
Name.

1. L'nd Settlement Pay Richmond
Office Vale, Chat-
e;inl)eair
2. Method list School ... Cliateaube-

3. Land Settlement Pay
Office ... Pe tit iln del
4. MeiLh (list Building ... Rosr Hall[
5. Government School ... Troiim;ica
6. Methodist School ... Westwood
7. Methodist School ... Spring
8. Police SIation ... Barrou:illie
9. Anglican School ... Barronallin


Presiding Officer.

Mir. S. Conning--

Revd. R. Fowkes

Mr. A.. la.: rence
Mr. G. Vanloo
Mr. B. M;'rsh1:ll
MIr. C. L. Join
Mr. .. Providlncee
Nurse Aileen Fox
Mr. Norris Quow


Poll Clerk.


Mr. H. Morris

Mr. C. Cha les

Mr. .. Thomnilon
Mr. M. Ferdinand
Miss V. nurke
Mr. A. A )ennie
Mr. E. De Riggs
Miss E. Findlay
Mr. k. M;andeville


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SAINT VINCINT SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(No. 46).


SOUTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showingg
the respective Polling Stations to which they have been appointed to officiate
on polling day for the forthcoming Elections.


Polling Station Number and
Name.


Location. Presiding Officer.


1. Government School...
2. Police Station ...
3. Messrs. Punnptt's
Cotton Building ...
4. Govt. Dispensary ...

5. Miss Nina Galley's
Grocery ...
6. Government School ...


Layou
Layou


Cane Grove
Retreat


Miss F. Wallace
Mr. J. L. Isaacs

Mr. R. M. Brereton
Mr. H. A. Robert-
son


,lare Valley Miss Inola Cupid
Qnestelles Mr. C. Straker


7. Govt. Dispensary ... Camden
Park


8. Mr. Hackett's
Residence ...
9. Mr. Ebenezer Dun-
can's Residence ...


Lowmans

Edinboro


Mr. Arnold Jack

Mr. J. D. Wood

Mr. Eb. Duncan


Mr. G. Isaacs
Mr. C. Marshall

Mr. R. Bowen
Mr. L. Slater


Mr. H. Roberts
Miss Roeannah
Maule

Miss Rhoda Hunte

Mr. R. H. Hackett

Mr. C. W. Iton


KINGSTOWN ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1. Nurses' Quarters ...
2. Seventh Day Adven-
tist School ...
3. Mr. McOlean's
House ...

4. Richmond Hill Gov-
ernment School ...
5. Public Library (up-
stairs) ...

6. Court Honse ...

7. Labour Department ...

8. Anglican School ...
9. Sanitary Depart-
ment


Montrose

Montrose

Richmond
Hill

Frenches

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown

Kingstown


Mr. S. A. Norris

Mr. S. F. Peters


Mr. C. C. Samuel

Mr. Olsen Peters


Mr. JamesFindlay Mr. George Tucker


Mr. J. B. Cox


Mr. Francis Bute


Mr. M. V. Williams Mr. V. G. Douglas


Mr. H. H. Hamlet

Mr. S. B. Cox

Miss N. M. John

Miss L. Hendrick-
son


Mr. Albert
Edwards
Mr. Bertram Arthur

Mr. N. E. Venner

Mr. F. A Cuffy


ST. GEORGE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1. The Government
School


Dorsetshi re
Hill


2. MIethodist School ... Gomea
3. Mr. John Govia's
Dance Hall ... Gomea
4. Mr. Cristopher King's
housee ... Belvedere
5. The Police Station ... Calliaqua
6. The Government
School .. Belair
7. Mr. Bertram King's
Dance Hall ... Arnos V;ile
8. Mr. Edmund Webb's
House ... Sion Hill


9. Mr. Dollis Forbes'
House


Kingstown
... ll


Mr. S. Morris


Mr. F. John

Mr. Marcus
Greaves
Mr. G. H. Jack
Mr. J. Donigan

Mr. C. V. Lewis


Mr. A. K. Jolhn

Mr. D. Forbes

Mr E. Antrobus


Mr. David A.
Sales

iMr. Bertram Com-
mnissiong
Mr. W. Henldren
Huggins
Mr. Victor Adams
Mr. IRobert
Clouden
Mr. Darrell Walker


Mr. V. B. Crichto

Mrs. Alfred Sam-
nel
Mr. Lorenzo
Alexander


NOTE: There will be tw polling stations in polling division No. 8. One will be at
Mr. Webb's house at Sion Hill, and the other will be at Mr. Forbes' house at Kingstown
Hill. Persons registered in this polling division whose surnames begin with the letters A
to J must vote at Mr. Webb's house at Sion Hill which is polling station No. 8, and those
persons whose surnames beain with the letters K to W must vote at Mr. Forbes' house at
Kingstow n Hill, which is polling station No. 9.


Poll Clerk.


1


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SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(No 46.) 26!


SOUTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT


Set out below are the names of Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks showing
the respective Polling Stations to which they have been appointed to officiate
on polling day for the forthcoming Elections.

Polling Station Number and Location. Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk.
Name._

1. Mr. Roy Browne's
House ... Carrier Mr. A. Drayton Mr. R. Bascombe
2. Mr. Augustus
Browne's Shop ... Fretland Mr. G. Bailey Mr. J. Cato
3. Mr. Edward Lewis' Upper Rich- Mr. A. Lewis Mr. E. Clarke
Shop land Park
4. Mr. Edward Richard-
son's Shop ... Hopewell Mr. E. Richardson Mr, Edison Paul
5. Public Library ... Mesopotamia Mr. C. Browne Mr. Winston
Bacchus
6. Mr. Hamilton Henry's
House ... Calder Mr. H. Browne Mr. H. Henry
7. The Methodist School Evesham Mrs. G. Collymore Mr. Errol Mounsey
8. Mr. Robert Quam- Enham's Mr. A. Jocelyn Mr. Eddie Richards
mie's House Village
9. The Police Station Stubbs Mr. J. C. Charles Miss Geraldine
Adams
10. The Government
School ... Stubbs Mr. Daniel John Mr. Isaac Lewis
______________________________________I


CENTRAL WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1. Methodist School ... South Rivers

2. Mr. Daniel Park Hill
D'Andrade's Office
3. Police Station ... Colonarie
4. Infant School ... Diamond
5. Methodist School ... Union
6. Anglican School ... Lowmans
(Wd.)
7. Government School Greggs
8. Dispensary ... Cedars

9. Police Station ... Biabon.


Mr. H. M. Horne

,, Hubert James


G. Stephens
R. King
A. Capid
C. King


.. L. Brereton
,, O. Christopher

,, E. Bowman


Mr. Ormond Wil-
liams
Mr. Walden Ryan

Mr. Alban Pereira
Mrs. Thelma Steele
Mr. Alston Roberts
Miss Isabelle Mor-
ris
Mr. Rertie Smart
Mrs. Emily Wil-
liams
Mr. James Bram-
ble


NORTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1. Owia Estate House ... Owia Mr. R. Durrant Mr. W. Charles
2. Govt. Dispensary ... Sandy Bay Mr. G. Glasgow Mr. R. S. John
3. Estate House ... Orange Hill Mr. C. Williams Mr. J. W. Harry
4. Estate House ... Mt. Bentinck Mr. Allan King Mr. George Grant
5. Government School... Georgetown Miss A. Cordice Miss R. Liverpool
6. Methodist School ... Dicksons Mr. R. Robertson Mr. Errol Baynes
7. Police Station ... Georgetown Mr. M. E. Cuffy Mr. E. Richards
8. Anglican School ... Bycra Mrs. E. Huggins Mr. Festus Toney
9. Roman Catholic
School ... Colonarie Mr. ElmonCoombs Mr. P. Sutton















SAINT VINCENT. SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(No. 46).


THE GRENADINES ELECTORAL DISTRICT.
Set out below are the names of presiding officers and poll clerks showing
the respective polliin staiiiois to which h tli 1; lj. 1 n appointed to officiate
on polling day for the forthcoming Elections.

Polling Station Number and Location. Presiding Officer. Poll Clerk.
Name.

1. The Court Room ... Port Mr. J. R. Hill Miss Althea
Elizabeth Osborne
2. Mr. Jacob Leach's
Shop ... Hamilton Mr. K. D. Bonadie Miss Revena Peters
3. Sunny Caribba-c Hotel Belmont Mr. Sydney Mr. Lloyd Garra-
McIntosh way
4. The Government
School ... Paget Farm 'Mr, Claude Haztll Mr. Silvanus Burke
5. The Government
School ... -Mustique Mr. Sigbei t
Ollivierre Mrs. E. Maingot
6. The Government
School ... Canouan Mr. Emanuel
Adams Mr. P. DeRoche
7. The Government
School ... Mayreau Mr. George Morris Mr. Z. Lewis
8. The Court Room ... Union Island Mr. Daniel
(Clifton) Williams Miss Celina Clouden
9. The Government Unlion Islndl Mr. Lisle Browne Mr. Joseph Glea;ves
School ... (Aslton)


ELECTION CLERKS.


The undermentioned persons live been appointed as Election Clerks for
the purpose of the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance. No. 13 of 1951.

Name of Officer Electoral District Address


Mr. G. M. Sandy .,. North Leeward Barroiiallie
Mr. Edmund Israel ... South Leeward Edinboro
Mr. J. V. Alves ... Kingstown Income Tax Office
Mr. E. B. John ... St. George Belair
Mr. T. A. Browne ... South \'indward Freeland
Mr. W. Lacliman ,,. Central Windward Park Hill
Mr. Leon Huggins ... North Windward U(eorgetown
Mr. J. Connell ... Greiadlines Beqnia


FINAL COUNTING OF VOTES.


The final counting of votes will take place on the day following polling day
at the undermientionmsi buildings, be-innitng at 8.00 a;.m.

.Name of Officer Electoral District Place for Final Co ntiiig of Votes


Mr. .. Ferdinand ... North Leeward Chateabelai r Police Station
Mr. C. D. Hercules ... South Leeward Layoi Police Station
Mr. G. F. JiJck ... Kingstown Couincil Cli;iimber
Mr. George l)ougan ... St. George Calliaqua Police Station
Mr. C. F. BIrowne ... South Windiward Mesonoiamia Police station
Mr. W. Ballali ... Central Windw:ird Bialino Police Station
1ri. (. L. Fraser ... Norti Wi idw:ird (-eorg.town Police Station
FMr. KEhlit Suiinel ... Grenadines Conrt Houlse, Port Elizabeth,
SBeqia.

E. F. GLASGOW.
Supervisor of Elections.
29th July, 1954,














SAINT VINCENT. SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1.)54.-(No. 46).


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1954.

FORM NO. 28.

(Section 26,

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of NORTH LEEWARD
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District aforesaid that a
Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 16th day of August, 1954 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions comprised
in the said Electoral District.
Polling Stations : 1. Land Settlement Pay Office-Richmond Vale
2. Methodist School-Chateaubelair
3. Land Settlement Pay Office-Petit Bordel
4. Methodist Building-Rose Hall
5. Government School-Troumaca
6. Methodist School-Westwood
7. Methodist School-Spring
8. Police Station-Barrouallie
9. Anglican School-Barrouallie
And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows:

Candidates: JOACHIM, Edmund Arnold, Barrouallie-Shopkeeper
SLATER, Samuel Eric, Chateaubelair-Proprietor

of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 17th day of August, 1954,
at the Police Station, Chateaubelair at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Chateaubelair this 29th day of July, 1954.

J. FERDINAND,
Returning Officer.


FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26)

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of SOUTH LEEWARD.

Notice is hereby given to th. :lte::_ of ice :1cto', 9_ Distric, afo:'-said that a
Fo! has been granted, frr the '_ i n:. -,-o .' D~:--.r-n -he said Elect',ral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 'S h dc:; o, Augu;. 134 at tie h',ur. ci
seven in the forenoon and k'-pt open till .he hour of fiv? in th~ afie'.ronn iin' ihe
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions comprised
in the said Electoral District.

Polling Stations : 1. Government School-Layou
2. Police Station-Layou
3. Messrs. Punnett's Cotton Building-Cane Grove
4. Government Dispensary-Retreat
5. Miss 'Nina Galley's Grocery-Clare Valley
6. Government School-Questelles
7. Government Dispensary-Camden Park
8. Mr. Hackett's Re>sidence-Lowmans
9. Mr. Ebenezer Duncan's Residence-Edinbovo
















SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(No. 46).


And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows :
Candidates: BONADIE, St. Clair Fitz-Allan, Kingstown-Printer
YOUNG, Herman Fraser, Layou-Peasant Proprietor
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
.accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place cn the 17th day of August, 1954,
at the Police Station, Layou at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Qpestelles this 29th day of July, 1954.

C. D. HERCULES,
Returning Officer.


FORM NO. 28.
CSection 26)

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of KINGSTOWN.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District aforesaid that a
.oll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened cn the 16th day of August, 1954 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions comprised
in the said Electoral District.
Polling Stations : 1. Nurses' Quarters-Montrose
2. Seventh Day Adventist School-Montrose
3. Mr. Mc Clean's House-Richmond Hill
4. Richmond Hill Government School-Frenches
5. Public Library (upstairs) -Kingstown
6. Court House-Kingstown
7. Labour Department-Kingstown
8. Anglican School-Kingstown
9. Sanitary Department-Kingstewn
And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows :

Candidates: BAYNES, Rudolph Elliott, Kingstown-Merchant
JOSHUA, Joseph Conrad, Kingstown-Accountant
McINTOSH, George Augustus, Kingstown-Druggist
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 17th day of August, 1954,
at the Council Chamber at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.
Given under my hand at Kingstown this 29th day of July, 1954.

G. F. JACK,
Returning Officer.


FORM NO. 28.

(Section 26)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of ST. GEORGE.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District aforesaid that a
Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 16th day of August, 1954 at the hour of















SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(No. 46).


seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions compria d
in the said Electoral District.

Polling Stations : 1. Government School-Dorsetshire Hill
2. Methodist School-Gomea
3. Mr. John Govia's Dance Hall-Belmont
4. Mr. Christopher King's House-Belvedere
5. Police Station-Calliaqua
6. Government School-Belair
7. Mr. Bertram King's Dance Hall-Arnes Vale
8. Mr. Edmund Webb's House-Sion Hill
9. Mr. Dollis Forbes' House-Kingstown Hill
And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows.:

Candidates: BAYNES, Julian Augustus, Sion Hill-Businessman
FORBES, Conrad David, Arnos Vale-Peasant Proprietor
HAYNES, Henry Afflick, Dauphine-Planter
PHILLIPS, Wilbert Augustus, Brighton-Peasant Proprietor
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.

The final counting of the votes will take place on the 17th day of August, 1954,
at the Calliaqua Police Station at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Calliaqua this 29th day of July, 1954.

G. P. DOUGAN,
Returning Oficer.




FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26)

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of SOUTH WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District aforesaid that a
Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 16th day of August, 1954 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions comprised
in the said Electoral District.
Polling Stations : 1. Mr. Roy Browne's House-Carriere
2. Mrs. Augustus Browne's Shop-Freeland
3. Mr. Edward Lewis' Shop-Upper Richland Park
4. Mr. Edward Richardson's Shop-Hopewell
5. Public Library-Mesopotamia
6. Mr. Hamilton Henry's House-Calder
7. Methodist School-Evesham
8. Mr. Robert Quammie's House-Enham's Village
9. Police Station-Stubbs
10. Government School-Stubbs
And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows :
Candidates : FALBY, William Adolphus, Stubbs-Shopkeeper
LATHAM, Levi Calvert, Mesopetamia-Planter
LEWIS, Hubert Conrad, Kingstown-Shoemaker
McDOWALL, Chieftain Walter, Richland Park-Teacher
RADIX, Alban, Ratho Mill-Lawyer
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.


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SAINT VINCENT. SATIJlDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(No. 46).


The final counting of the votes w.11 take place on the 17th day of August, 1954,.
at the Police Station, Mesopotamia at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.
Given under my hand at Mesopotamia this 29th day of July, 1954.
C. F. BROWNE,
Returning Officer.


FORM NO. 23.
(Section 26,
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of CENTRAL WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District aforesaid that a
Poll has been granted, for the election no.v pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 19t" di.y of August, 1954 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and :-2ept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling D'visions comprised
in the said Electoral District.
Polling Stations : 1. Methodist School-Sotth Rivers
2. Mr. Daniel D'Andrade's Office-Park Hill
3. Police Station-Colonarie
4. Infant School-Diamond
5. Methodist School-Union
6. Anglican School-Lowmans (Wd.)
7. Government School-Greggs
8. Dispensary-Cedars
9. Police Station-Biabou
And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows:
Candidates: BROWNE, Maurice Bartholomew, Kingstown-Peasant
Proprietor
CATO, St. Aubyn Haye, Kingstown-Proprietor
CHARLES, George Hamilton, Brighton-Proprietor and Trade
Union Leader
GRIFFITH, Charles Ebenezer, Chester Village-Peasant
Proprietor
MARTIN, Leopold Cuthoert, Biabou-Clerk
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 17th day of August, 1964,
at the Police Station, Biabou at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.
Given under my hand at Biabou this 29th day of July, 1954.
E. W. BALLAH,
Returning Officer.


FORM NO. 28.
(Section 26)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electoral District of NORTH WINDWARD.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District aforesaid that a
Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 16th day of Augurt, 1954 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions comprised
in the said Electoral District.
Polling Station : 1. Owia Estate House-Owia
2. Governn:ent Dispensary-Sandy Bay
3. Estate House--Orange Hill
4. Estate House-Mt. Bentinck
5. Government Schoccl-Georgetown
6. Methodist School-Dicksons
7. Police Station-Georgetown
8. Anglican School-Byera
9. Roman Catholic School-Colonarie
















SAINT VINCENT, SAT'I'U.1)AY, :1I JULY, 1954.-(No. 46).


And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows :
Candidates: BAYNES, Noel Oswald Durrant, Kingstown-Merchant
JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore, Mt. Bentinck-Teacher and
Accountant
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 17th day of August, 1954,
at the Police Station, Georgetown at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.
Given under my hand at Georgetown this 29th day of July, 1954.
G. LISLE FRASER,
Returning Officer.







FORM NO. 28.

(Section 26)
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (ELECTIONS) ORDINANCE, 1951.

NOTICE OF GRANT OF A POLL.

The Electeral District of THE GRENADINES.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Electoral District aforesaid that a
Poll has been granted, for the election now pending for the said Electoral District
and that such Poll will be opened on the 16th day of August, 1954 at the hour of
seven in the forenoon and kept open till the hour of five in the afternoon in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Divisions comprised
in the said Electoral District.
Polling Stations : 1. Court Room-Port Elizabeth
2. Mr. Jacob Leach's Shop-Hamilton
3. Sunny Caribbee Hotel-Belmont
4. Government School-Paget Farm
5. Government School-Mustique
6. Government School-Canouan
7. Government School-Mayreau
8. Court Room-Union Island, (Clifton).
9. Government School-Union Island, (Ashton).
And that the prospective candidates in the above Electoral District are as follows :
Candidates : FORDE, Gabriel Wentworth, Lower Bay, Bequia-Massage
Specialist
MITCHELL, Cyril McSmith, Port Elizabeth, Eequia-Sea
Captain
SIMMONS, Floris Albert, Port Elizabeth, Bequia-Retired Civil
Servant
TANNIS, Clive Leonard, Port Elizabeth, Bequia--Sea Captain.
of which all persons are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The final counting of the votes will take place on the 17th day of August, 1954,
at the Court House, Port Elizabeth at the hour of eight o'clock in the forenoon.

Given under my hand at Bequia this 29th day of July, 1954.

EGBERT SAMUEL,
Returning Officer.













SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 19)4.-(No. 46).


CANDIDATES' SYMBOLS.

The symbol allocated to each candidate in accordance with th provisions of
Rule 13 of the Legislative Council (Elections) Amendment Rules 1951 (S.R. & O.
1951, No. 91) is shown her2under opposite his name.
NORTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1 JOACHIM, Edmund Arnold




2 SLATER, Samuel Eric


Symbol No. 1




S2


SOUTH LEEWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1 BONADIE, St. Clair Fitz-Allan Symbol No. 3


2 YOUNG, Herman Fraser 4


KINGSTOWN ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1 BAYNES, Rudolph Elliott




2 JOSHUA. Joseph Conrad




3 McTNTOSH, George Augustus


Symbol No. 5




9" 6


." 7


ST. GEORGE ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1 BAYNES, Julian Augustus


Symbol No. 3


2 FORBES, Conrad David




3 HAYNES. Henry Afflick


, 9


4 PHILLIPS, Wilbert Augustus


JL-V.t


Ir,




VI


" 11


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SAINT VINCENT, SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(No. 4;). 273


SOUTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1 FALBY, William Adolphus Symbol No. 12


2 LATHAM, Levi Calvert




3 LEWIS, Hubert Conrad




4 McDOWALL, Chieftain Walter



5 RADIX, Alban


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CENTRAL WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.

1 BROWN, Maurice Bartholomew Symbol No. :7


2 CATO, St. Aubyn Haye






3 CHARLES, George Hamilton






4 GRIFFITH, Charles Ebenezer





5 MARTIN, Leopold Cuthbert


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AINT VINCENT. SATURDAY, 31 JULY, 1954.-(Nc. 46).


NORTH WINDWARD ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1 BAYNES, Noel Oswald Durrant






2 JOSHUA, Ebenezer Theodore


Symbol No. 22






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THE GRENADINES ELECTORAL DISTRICT.


1 FORDE, Gabriel Wentworth





2 MITCHELL, Cyril McSmith




3 SIMMONS, Floris Albert




4 TANNIS, Clive Leonard


Symbol No. :4





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Dated this 29th day of July, 1954.

E. F. GLASGOW,
Supervisor of Elections.

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