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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


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VOL. 87.] SAINT VINCENT. TUESI)AY, 21 SEPTEMBER. 1954. [No. 57.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 452.
YELLOW FEVER.
Owing to widespread enquiries concerning the outbreak of Yellow Fever in
Trinidad, the Government of that Colony desires that a true statement of the
position is made known. The facts are as follows :-
There is no Yellow Fever epidemic in Trinidad, and one is not expected. There
have been six cases confirmed, two strongly presumptive and four suspected.
There has been only one death, and while some more cases may be expected, they
are likely to be of a mild type.
The precautions which have been taken include vaccination of the whole.
population, and an energetic campaign against fever carrying mosquito Aedes
Aegypti is being carried out. Urban centres of population are being sprayed with
D.D.T., and the anti-larval destruction programme has been vigorously pressed.
Assistance with vaccines and technical advice is being generously rendered by
Pan-American Sanitary Bureau. The steps which are being taken are designed to
protect the people of Trinidad and their neighbours internationally.
Ports and air ports are free from Aedes Aegypti.
No restrictions need be applied other than those laid down in International
Sanitary Regulations, 1951. These are of two kinds :-
(a) requiring everyone leaving Trinidad to have a valid International Yellow
Fever certificate, and
(b) suggesting disinsectization of ships.
(a) is in force and (b) is available to all ships on request. Dr. Soper of Pan-
American Sanitary Bureau has advised the Trinidad Government that any other
restrictions at this stage are unnecessary and would be contrary to Article 23 of
International Sanitary Regulations.
15th September, 1954.
No. 453.
APPOINTMENTS.
SUGAR INDUSTRY REHABILITATION AND PRICE STABILISATION
COMMITTEE.
Under the provisions of Regulation 3 of the Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation
and Price Stabilisation) Regulations, 1950 (S.R. & 0. No. 41 of 1950) the
Governor in Council has appointed the following personnel to the Sugar





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356 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 57).


Industry Rehabilitation and Price Stabilisation Committee for a period of two
years with effect from 21st July, 1954:-
The Honourable Colonial Treasurer, (Chairman),
E. A. C. HUGHES, r
SLANGLEY L. PUNNETT. to represent Sugar Producers.
Public Relations Officer, Public Officers.
Labour Commissioner
Secretary :- Mr. G. F. JACK.
21st September, 1954.
(B. 26/1950).


No. 454.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.

With reference to Government Notice
No. 361 of 21st July, 1953, His Excel-
lency the Governor has been pleased to
re-appoint the following persons to
serve on the St. Vincent Public Service
Commission for a further period of six
months with effect from 1st July,
1954 :-
Dr. W. L. WEBB, (Chairman),
E. DUNCAN, Esq., O.B.E.,
R. M. CATO, Esq., B rrister-at-Law,
Secretary : The Assistant Adminis-
trator and Establish-
muent Officer.


as the Nominated Member of the Exe-
cutive Council.
21st September, 1954.
(0. 36/1951).

No. 457.
ACTING APPOINTMENT.

Mr. F. G. THOMAS, Senior Clerk,
Government Office, as Principal Clerk,
with effect from 7th September, 1954
and until further notice.
21st September, 1954.
(P. F. 335).


No. 458.


VACATION LEAVE.


2. With reference to Government Sister EVELYN DERRICK, Colonial
Notice No. 574 of 24th November, 1953, Hospital, has been granted four
W. M. LOPEY, Esquire, M.A., M.B.E., Imonths' vacation leave with effect
was re-appointed to serve as a member from 5th September, 1954.
from 1st July, 1954 to 31st August, 21st September, 1954.
1954, and C. V. D. HADLEY, Esquire, (P. F. 505)
B.Sc., Education Officer, has been ap-
pointed to serve as a member for a No. 459.
period of four months, from 1st Sep- LEGISLATION.
member, 1954.
21st September, 1954. The Right Honourable the Secretary
(A. 40/1949). of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Majesty the QUEEN will not be
No. 455. advised to exercise her power of dis-
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. allowance in respect of the following
Ordinance of this Government:-


It is notified for general information
that the following Elected Members of
the Legislative Council have been elect-
ed to serve on the Executive Council
with effect front: the 9th September,
1954:-
The Honourable RUDOLPH ELLIOT
BAYNES
The Honourable GEORGE HAMIL-
TON CHARLES
The Honourable CLIVE LEONARD
TENNIS.
21st September, 1954.
(C. 36/1951).

No. 456.
In pursuance of Clause 15 of the
Royal Instructions bearing date the
Tenth day of August, 1951, His Excel-
lency the Acting Governor has been
pleased to re-appoint the Honourable
EDWARD ALEXANDER CLAVIER HUGHES
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No. 27 of 1954.-An Ordinance to
control the importation of birds,
reptiles and insects, and to regu-
late the treatment and disposal of
animals which are suffering or
are suspected to be suffering
from any disease, and for other
matters related thereto or con-
nected therewith.
21st September, 1954.
(M. 2/1942).

No. 460.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

A copy of the minutes of a meeting of
the Legislative Council held on the 15th
July, 1954. which may be seen at the
Government Office, Kingstown Library
and at all Revenue Offices and District
Post Offices, is published with this issue
of the Gazette.
21st September, 1954.
















SAINT VINCENT TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 57). 357


No. 325.
HURRICANE NOTICE.

IT is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurri-


cane threatening or approaching the Island,
given :-
Cautionary Warning
(when news received of
an approaching hurricane)
Rural Areas
including the
Grenadines
Warning to take cover -

Cautionary Warning -






Kingstown ...


Warning to take cover -




6th July, 1954.
(W. 25/1949).


No. 433.
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF
UNIFORMS FOR GOVERNMENT
MESSENGERS.

Tenders are invited for supplying
and making khaki uniforms for Gov-
ernment Messengers for the period 1st
January to 31st December, 1955.
2. The khaki used must be of the
same shade and texture for each uni-
form. Samples should be submitted
with the tender.
3. The number of messengers is 18
and two uniforms consisting of long
trousers and short sleeved shirt with
two flap pockets and shoulder straps
will be required in each case.
4. Tenders which will be received at
Government Office, up to 3.00 p.m. on
Tuesday, 28th september, 1954, must be
sealed and addressed to the Chairman of
the Tenders Boord, Treasury Depart-
mnent, Kingstown, and distinctly mark-
ed on the envelope "Tender for the
supply of Uniforms for Government
Messengers."
5. The Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
7th September, 1954.
(A. 7/1951 II) A.


the following warnings will be

- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
all Police Stations.
Loudspeaker and radio an-
nouncemnents will be made.

- Church bells will ring for a
period of five minutes.
- A white flag with a black
centre will be flown from
the Police Barracks.
Loudspeaker and radio an-
noun cements will be made.
Three saluting guns will be
fired front tlie Police Bar-
racks.

- The Government Cotton Gin-
nery whistle and a siren
from the Police Barracks
will be blown for a period
of five minutes.


No. 438.
VACANT POSTS.

POST OF TELEPHONE SUPERINTENDENT
AND ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR,
DoMINICA.

Applications are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to
the post of Telephone Superintendent
and Electrical Inspector, in the public
Works Department, Dominica.
The salary of the post, which is
pensionable, will be at the rate of
$2,592x$96-$3,072 plus a non-pension-
able allowance of S1200 per annum as
Electrical Inspector.
Quarters are not provided.
A travelling allowance is payable at
local rates in respect of a motor car.
The duties of the officer will be those
assigned to him by the Director of
Works to whom he will be directly
Responsible. His duties as Telephone
Superintendent include supervision and
management of the telephone system
in accordance with the provisions of
the relevant ordinance and regulations.
His duties as Electrical Inspector ;re
s-t out in S.I?. and O. No. 10 of 1953
and include the usual duties of such a
post. He will be subject to Colonial
Regulations, Genera] Orders and Finan-
cial Rules in force in the Colony.














358 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21


Applicants should preferably have at
least five years experience of such duties
in Government or private enterprise.
Free passages on first appointment
will be provided for the oilicer, his wife
and children not exceeding five persons
in all. Vacation leave will be granted
at the rate of one and a half months'
for each period of twelve consecutive
months resident service--leave passages
are provided in accordance with local
regulations.
Applications should state the appli-
cants age, qualifications, present and
past employmiients, and details of ex-
perience. They should be accompanied
by two recent testimonials and a medi-
cal certificate of fitness from a Govern-
ment Medical Practitioner and should
be addressed to the Establishment Of-
ficer, Government Office, Dominica to
reach him not later than 15lh October,
1954.
7th September, 1954.
(A. 15/1950 II).

No. 439.
POST OF CLASS II CLERK, GOVERNOR'S
OFFICE, GRENADA.

Applications are invited for appoint-
ment to the post of Class II Clerk,
Governor's Ofice, Grenada.
Salary: The salary of the post is in
the scale $1,128 x $72-$1,308 x
$96--$1,596 and the successful
applicant will be considered for
entry into this scale at any ap-
propriate point having regard to
qualifications and experience.
Leave and passages: Free Passages to
Grenada will be provided for the
officer, his wife and children.
Vacation leave will be granted at
the rate of one and a half months
for each period of twelve consec-
tive months resident service.
Qualification: Candidates should be
in possession of at least the Cam-n
bridge School Certificate which
is the minimum qualification
necessary for entry into the Civil
Service. Preference will he given
to candidate with some know-
ledge and experience of secreta-
riat work.
Appointment: The post is pension-
able, and the officer appointed
will be a member of the Grenada
Civil Service. The appointment
will be on probation for one year
in the first instance. The officer
will be subject to Colonial Reg-
ulations, Financial Rules,Generli
Orders, and such other orders as
may from time to time apply.
General: Applications must be in
candidate'sown handwriting and
sholud state:


(1) Age;
(2) School or Schools or University
at which educated and Certifi-
cates or Diplomas obtained ;
(3) Nature of present anii past em-
ployment with dates ;
(4) Amount of monthly salary or
wages earned in the post in
which applicant was last em-
ployed ;
(5) Past experience in work of the
same or similar kind to that
required in this post.
Applications should lbe addressed to
the Chief Secretary. Windward Islands,
Grenada. to re:ich hin not later than
I/i 30th September, 1954.
7th September, 1954

SNo. 461.
FULBRIGHT AGREEMENT-BRITISH
TRAVEL GRANT.5 1955/56.

1. The United States Educational
Commission in the United Kingdom
announces that, under the provisions of
the Fulbright Programme, travel grants
are available to citizens of the United
Kingdom and Colonies to go to America
for an academic or educational purpose,
such as study, research, lecturing or the
pursuance of other educational acti i-
ties. The procedure for the submission
of applications ly persons in Colonial
territories is as follows :-
2. Awardsare divided into two catego-
ries, "Senior" and "Student". The for-
mer is open to lecturers, teachers and
research workers ; the ]atler is also nor-
nially open ioly to graduates, although,
exceptionally, awards may be made to
undergraduates who wish to pursue in
the United States courses of study for
which facilities do not exist in their
own countries. Following the United
States practice, the Student category
includes candidates with first degrees
who are seeking post-grad nate qualifi-
cations such as an M.A. or Ph.D.
Though the borderline between the
" Senior and Student categories is
not always clear, it is determined large-
ly by the personal status of the appli-
cant : candidates holding professorial
or other senior University posts, senior
research workers, and the more senior
members of thel Colonial Service natu-
rally fall into the Senior category.
3. The terms of awards are sunstan-
tially the same for both categories. The
United States Educational Commission
defrays only the costs of travel which
are incurred in sterling or in sterling-
based currencies.
METHODS OF APPLICATION.
"Senior" Category.
4. Applications should be made in
quintnplicate on the prescribed (blue)
form and should be submitted to the


SEPTEMBER, 1954.--(No. 57),













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 57). 359


Administrator, with the supporting courses are available locally. In general,
documents mentioned, for onward applications for first degree courses
transmission, in quadruplicate, to the should be discouraged, awards being
Secretary of State. It is desirable that reserved for more mature candidates.
local United States Government repre- Admiistrative Arrangements.
sentatives should be given opportunities I
of commenting on applications. 10. It is important that, before they
5. Since, :s stated above,awards cover leave their territories successful candi-
only travel costs, applicants must make platess should make certain that their
provisional arrangements for affiliation passports are in order and that they
to the institutions in the United States have visas for the United States of
at which they propose to work, and for America. Some have arrived in London
dollar support to cover their expenses without valid passports or visas and
while there. The United States Educa- their departures for America have been
tional Commission in the United King- consequently delayed. It would be
dom cannot recommend any application appreciated, therefore, if special facili-
without firm evidence of such arrange- ties for obtaining documents could be
ments.t e e afforded where necessary, so that they
Smay arrive not later than the beginning
"Student Category. of the academic year.
6. There are two kinds of awards (E.1/1949).
made to the Student Ca'egory :-
(a) those which include financial By Command,
assistance through the Institute
of International Education or A. L. SAMUEL,
under the Smith Mundt pro- Acting Government Secretary.
gramme, in addition to the GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
cost of travel to and from the 2 ,
United States. 21st Sptember, 1954.
(b) Those consisting of travel costs
only(i.e. where candidates have
arranged dollar support and DEPARTMENTAL AND
affiliation to institutions in the OTHER NOTICES.
United States).
7. Different forms are provided for
applications under paragraphs 6 (a) and GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION
(b) respectively. Applicants should ob- EXAMINATION OF THE UNIVERSITY
tain the appropriate forms from local OF LONDON.
U.S. Government representatives to
whom they should forward their appli- It is hereby notified for the infor-
cations in sextuplicate. mation of interested persons that St.
In territories where the U.S. Govern- Vincent has been approved as a Centre
ment is not represented, applications for the holding of the General Certifi-
should be made in sextuplicate and cate of Education Examination of the
forwarded to His Honour the Adminis- Univeisity of London; and this Exam-
trator for onward transmission in quin- nation will be held in St. Vincent in
tuplicate to the Secretary of State. June, 1955.
8. Latest Dates for Receipt of Appli- Before applicants will be accepted as
cations at Colonial Office. "Senior" candidates for this examination, they
Category-15th April, 1955. must be certified by the Education Offi-
At United States Educational Corn- cer as fit to take it. For such purpose,
mission, London. "Student" Category the Education Officer will require evi-
applications under Smith-Mundt pro- gramme 15th December, 1954. suing a suitable course of study.
t U d S s E C A candidate who does not hold a Gen-
Am Unted States Edcational Catorn- eral Certificate of Education of the
mission. Tondon. "Student" Category University of London. or a Cambridge
applications for travel costs only,-15th School Certificate, will be required to
April, 1955. enter in not less than six subjects at
Recommendations. the Ordinary Level.
9. As in previous years, all recom- A candidate entering in six subjects
mended applicants must be of a really as stated above, will not be eligible for
high standard; any candidates who are the award of a certificate unless he
put forward for first degrees should reaches the pass standard in at least
have at least First or Second Class Over- four subjects.
seas School C0rtific'tes, but no such The examination fee is ten shillings
candidates should be nut forward if per subject for the examination at the














360 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


Ordinary Level. In addition, a local
fee of two shillings must be paid by
each candidate.
Candidates should submit to theLocal
Correspondent in writing not later than
the 31st January, 19.5, their full names,
Birth Certificate, subjects they are offer-
ing, and the Treasury receipt for the
examination and local fees paid.
Fnrth-r particulars can be obtained
from the Local Correspondent.

S. C. CONNELL,
Local Correspondent.
16th September, 1954.



AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT NOTICE

SALE OF ANIMALS ETC., AT CAMDEN
PARK EXPERIMENT STATION.

It is notified for general information
that tile following animals etc., will be
put up for sale by Public Auction at
the (amden Park Experiment Station
on 11(ednesday, 6th October, 1954 at
1.30 p.m.
(1) 2 cows (1 is the P.B. Jersey from
Dr. Manning)
(2) 2 Mature Jack l)onkeys
(3) 1 year-old Jenny Foal
(4) 1 mature Nanny goat
(5) 2 mature buck goats
(6) 1 7-months-old buck goat
(7) 50 hens
(8) 8 Roosters
(9) 3 7-months-old Wiltshire Horn
West African Woolless Rams)
(10) 2 7-months-old Wiltshire Horn
West African Woolless Ewes)
(11) 1 Donkey Cart with pneumatic
tyres along with harness)
(12) 1 young Jack Donkey.
(13) 15 geese
The above-mentioned animals can be
seen at the Station on week days during
the hours 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1.00
p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
(A. 24/1951).


POST OFFICE NOTICE.

REMOVALS OF 2 DISTRICT OFFICES.

As from 1st September the District
Offices at Questelles and Bridgetown
have been removed to the Sun Ray
Club, Questelles and the Police Station,
Biabou respectively.


The latter removal has been necessi-
tated by considerations of security.

P. D. O'N. CRICHTON,
Ag. Colonial Postmaster.
7th September, 1954.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE TO SHIPPING.

A new pier for the port of Basseterre,
St. Kitis is in the course of construction.
This n iw pier runs parallel to, and is
140 ft. east of hle existing East Pier.
When completed the new pier will
extend 420 ft. from the shoreline.
As construction proceeds, two white
lights will be placed at the farthest
point of the construction.
Shipping entering the roadstead at
night are advised to take warning.
H. S. HANLEY.
Harbour Master.
THE TREASURY,
ST. KITTS,
13th August, 1954.
(S. 13/1946).


CUSTOMS NOTICES.

In accordance with the provisions of
Section 12 of the Imports and exports
Control Regulations, 1939, it is hereby
notified that the undermentioned arti-
cles have been seized for a breach of
Section 4 (1) thereof.
N/M. Three (3) Fowl Cocks
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
for Collector of Customs.
TREASURY ETC. DEPARTMENT,
ST. VINCENT,
9th September, 1954.
(A. 24/1951 III).

Found drifting on East Coast of St.
Vincent, and now lying on Beach
opposite H.M. Customs in Kingstown
Harbour-
One (1) Flat bottomed Canoe.
Dimensions:- 16 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft 6 in.
x 1 ft. 6 in.
Colour: Unpainted.
Build : Wood: Bow & stern
(latter square).
No sail, no spars, no
oars.
PETER R. ELLS,
Rece ver of Wrecks.
H.M. CUSTOMS,
ST. VINCENT.
11th September, 1954.
(A. 15/1950 II).


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SAIN l' VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 1954-(No. 57). 363


Name of Owners

Herbert, Rosamond
Hopley, Harriet
Hoyte, Catherine
Hoyte, James
Huggins, George
Husband, George
Jackson, Nola
Jacobs, Maud
James, Dillon
James John
James, Joseph
Job, Leman
John, Ada
John, Ezekiel
John, Henry
Johnson, Jeshuran
Kevi, Ida
King, Arthur W.
Kidd, Freling
Lavia, Adolphus
Lavia, Augustus
Lavia, Jacob
Lewis, Alexander
Lougheed, Amy Valarie
Lougheed, George
May, Luvinia
McDowall, Amabella
McDowall, Walter C.
Moore, Nathaniel
Morgan, Catherine
Morgan, Elsie
Morgan, Eness
Morgan, Eucina
Morgan, Evans
Morgan, John
Morgan, LeRoy
Morgan, O'Neal
Morgan, Reuben
Morgan, Samuel
Morgan, Stella
Myall, Emeline
Nanton, Ernest
Nanton, George
Nero, Evans
Parsons, Philian
Phills, Abraham
Pompey, Adolphus
Pope, Joseph
Roberts, Ainsley
Rodgers, James
Rodney, Charles
Sampson, Beatrice
Samuel, Vinie
Shortt, Alexander
Stephenson, Arthur
Sutherland, Jack
Sutherland, Prudence
Sutherland, William
Thomas, Victor
Wilkes, Cecil
Wilkinson, Jacob
Williams, Adolphus
Williams, Esther
Williams, Robertha
Woods, Horace
Woods, Maxime
Wright, Estelle
York, William V.


Situation of
Property
Dicksons
do
Sandy Bay
do
Mt. Bentinck
High Lowmans
Mt. Bentinck
Adelphi
Cocoa Crown Land
Union Village
Dicksons
Grants Village
Montigue
Richland Park
Caratal
Adelphi
New Prospect
Adelphi
Gaskill
Sandy Bay
do
do
South Rivers
Dicksons
Caratal
Sandy Bay
Park Hill
Richland Park
do
Gaskill
do
do
do
do
Sandy Bay
Gaskill
Richland Park
Gaskill
do
do
Chester Cottage
Sandy Bay
do
do
Richland Park
do
Hopewell
Farm
Sandy Bay
Adelphi
Grants Village
Cane End
Biabou
Freeland
Mesopotamia
Sandy Bay
Richland Park
Dicksons
Richland Park
New Prospect
Three Rivers
do
Richland Park
Grants Village
Richland Park
do
Three Rivers
New Grounds


Description of
Property
1 House
1 ac. 1 rd
1 House
1 House
13 ac. 2 rd. 3 po.
1 House Spot
33 poles
1 House
1 ac. 2 rd. 12 po.
2 ac. 2 rds.
1 House
1 House
2 rds. 29 po.
1 House
1 House, 1 Spot
1 House
1 ac. 1 rd. 31 po.
1 House
4 acres
1 House
1 House
1 House
1 House Spot
2 ac. 18 po.
1 House, 1 Spot
1 House Spot
1 House
1 House
1 House
5 acres
5 acres
5 acres
5 acres
5 acres
1 House Spot
5 acres
6 ac. 1 rd. 3 po.
5 acres
5 acres
5 acres
1 House Spot
1 House
4 ac. 1 rd. 11 po.
1 House
1 House
1 House Spot
1 House
3 ac. 0 rd. 0 po.
1 House
2 ro. 0 po.
1 House
1 House Spot
1 House
1 House
1 House
1 House
1 House Spot
1 House
1 acre
1 ac. 1 rd. 23 po.
1 House Spot
6 ac. 3 rd. 3 po.
2 ro.
1 House Spot
1 House
2 acres
6 ac. 2 rds. 14 po.
1 House.
















364 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 19)54.--No. 57).


NOTICE.

THIRD PARTY INSURANCE OF GOVERNMENT VEHICLES.

The Government of St. Vincent intends to take out a block Third Party
Insurance Policy covering all vehicles which it operates. A list of these vehicles
appears on the attached showing the make of vehicle, the type of body, the horse
power, the carrying capacity, the year of manufacture, and the approximate value.
2. Quotations for this block policy should be made both on the bases of Third
Party and of Third Party, fire and theft.
3. Tenders should be addressed to the Chairman of the Tenders Board and
should reach the Treasury Chambers, Kingstown, not later than 9th October, 1954.

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury Chambers,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.
10th September, 1954.

LIST OF GOVT. VEHICLES.


Make


Ford V 8
Dodge-Ex C'dian
Ford V 8 Tipper
Do.
Bedford
Ford V. 8 Tipper
Do.
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Bedford
Morris
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Bedford
Bedford
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Do.
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Standard
Ford V. 8
Commer
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Royal Enfield


Fordson
Fire Armour Ltd.

Bedford
Ford V. 8
Morris Minor
Caterpillar No. 7
Caterpillar No. 12
Aveling Barford
Diesel
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First Aid
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Ambulance
Ambulance


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city Manf.

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1944 $1,050
1945 $1,800
1943 $ 800
1949 $2,200
1943 $ 975
1945 $1,650
1945 $ 975
1943 $ 960
1945 $1,450
1945 $1,000
1947 $1,000
1953 $3,800
1950 $2,600
ton 1953 $3,000
tons 1950 $1,800
1954 $4,475
1954 $4,340
1954 $3,890
1954 $2,100
.t 8 1949 $2,150
8 1949 $2,650
8 1951 $2,800
8 1951 $2,800
8 1954 $2,400
8 1949 $2,500
ton 1949 $1,850
ton 1949 $ 650
ton 1954 $2,850
ton 1954 $2,850
t 2 1946 $ 450
2 1950 $ 600
2 1950 $ 600
1952 $3,000
1954 $5,000

ton 1953 $1,960
ton 1946 $ 850
ton 1954 $2,950
1947 $9,600
1947 $6,000
tons 1947 $5,652

tons 1947 $5,652
tons $5,330
tons $5,330
tons 1924 $1,000
tons 1924 $1,000
S 1954 $4,300


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 57). 365


EDUCATION NOTICE.

A Competitive examination for the
award of scholarships for boys and girls
tenable at the Grammar School and the
Girls' High School will be held at the
Richmond Hill Government School on
Friday, 1st October, 1954, beginning at
9.00 a.m.
2. The Scholarships are open to pupils
attending Government or Assisted Pri-
mary Schools or Private Schools which
satisfy the requirements of the Board
of Education, and entitle the holders to
free tuition, games and library fees and
the necessary school books and station-
ery. A maintenance grant at the rate
of ninety-six dollars per annum is pay-
able to scholarship holders whose nor-
mal place of residence is at least two
miles from the limits of Kingstown
measured by the shortest public high-
way and who have to live away from
home for the purpose of taking advant
age of the scholarship.
3. Candidates must (a) have been less
than 12 years of age on the 15th Sep-
tember, 1954. Age must be proved by
a birth or baptismal certificate ;
(b) have attended a Government or
Assisted Primary School or Pri-
vate School which satisfies the
requirements of the Board of
Education, during the twelve
months preceding the 15th Sep-
tember, 1954, for not less than
75% of the maximum attend-
ances possible during such
period, as shown in the Attend-
ance Register kept in the
school;
(c) furnish certificates of good con-
duct from the Head Teacher or
Head Teachers of such school
or schools;
(d) he natives of the Colony, or
children of natives or have been
resident in the Colony for at
least two years.
4. The Education Officer is empow-
ered to accept for examination any
candidate who, through illness has
failed to comply with the requirements
of paragraph 3 (b) above, with respect
to the number of attendances.
5. No Scholarship shall be awarded
to any candidate who obtains less than
one-third of the possible marks in each
subject and' less than one-half of the
total possible marks in the examination.
6. Scholarships are awarded for a
period of not more than six years pro-
vided the scholar's attendance, conduct
and progress as shown by the term
reports are considered satisfactory.


7. Candidates will be examined in
English, including Reading, Arithmetic
and General Knowledge.
8. Applications accompanied by pro-
per proof of age must reach the Educa-
tion Office not later than Saturdcay,
18th September, 1954.
W. M. LOPEY,
Acting Education 0','l* r,
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION,
ST. VINCENT,
28th August, 1954.
(E. 6/1941).


VACANCY FOR DEPUTY HARBOUR
MASTER, JAMAICA.

Applications are invited from quali-
fied persons for appointment to the post
of Deputy Harbour Master in the
Jamaica Government Service at a salary
of 900 a year.
2. The Deputy Harbour Mister will
be required to give general assistance to
the Harbour Master in the performance
of his duties, particularly in connection
with:-
(i) supervision of the several har-
bours of the Island under the
direction of the Maiine Board ;
(ii) maintenance of beacons, buoys
and navigational aids at the bar-
bours of the Island ;
(iii) supervision of the berthing of
vessels; and
(iv) examination of candidates for
the Home Trade Certificates of
Competence issued by the Ma-
rine Board of Jamaica.
3. In addition to the salary of 900
a year attached to the post, the Deputy
Harbour Master will receive a housing
allowance at the rate of 90 a year, if
married and over 28 years of age, plus
temporary additional allowance of
41 a year. He will be required to
operate a motor car in the performance
of his duties for the upkeep of which
he will receive an allowance at such
rates as may he fixed from time to time.
Applicants should be British subjects.
not more than 40 yeers of age and in
possession of a Certificate of Competen-
cy as Master of a foreign-pioing ship
issued by the British Ministry of Trans-
port.
Applications should be addressed to
the Colonial Secretary, Establishments
Branch, 119 Dnke Street, Kingston,
and should he snumitted not later than
the 81st October, 1954.
J. W. H. O'REGAN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
12th August, 1954.















366 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, I'14.-(No. 57).


POLICE NOTICES.

Notice is hereby given that the Chief
of Police has approved of the under-
mentioned imildings for tlih storage of
petroleum.
This Notice i; issued in accordance
with Section 9 ((;) of Cap. ISO of the
Laws of St. Vincent.
Partici lars :
The building specially erected for
the storage of petroleum by Messrs.
P. H. Veira & Co. of Kingstown andt
situate on the parking giroa at Upper
Bay Street, Kingstown.
The building specially erected for tihe
storage of petroleum by r. Simeon
Cumberbatcli of Calliaqua and situate
on open lands adjacent to his business
premises, Calliaqua.
Date :
6th September, 1954.
(A 25/1951 III).


FOR SALE

It is hereby notified for general infor-
mation that there will be put up for
sale by public auction on Wednesday
29th September, 1954 at 11 a.m. the
undermentioned items at Central Police
Station :-
4 cartoons matches
1 doz. large drinking glasses
1 tin powder
1 small hurricane lantern w/out shade
2 augers
1 pair pipe wrenches
1 bicycle pump
1 safety razor
1 pair spectacles
1--"l bit
1 jackplane
1-tin limacol brillantine
3 flour bags
4 caps
1 pc. flowered print
1} yards dungaree
1, yards khaki
1 p,. ladies dress material
2 pes. coarse material
1 girl's pantie
8 pairs long khaki pants
1 pair blue jean pants
1 pair sharkskin pants
1 khaki shirt
1 white shirt
1 coarse shirt
2 lumber jackets
1 doz. breakfast plates
.2 small ware bowls
2J pairs teacups & saucers
7 breakfast forks


4 spoons
:' shoemaker kniv es
1 'grass knife
2 airs pliers
2 scrrw drivers
1 spirit level
1 slemnakel pliers
1 snip
3 small bottles essence of almond
1 bottle Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
1 pint black wine
2 small packets arr Iowroot starch
1 small tin therllnorene
2 tins pipe tobacco
1 box fishing hooks
1 marble link chaiin
78 Irry coconuts
3 felt hats
2 pairs gents shoes
2 pairs children shloes
A. G. COUSINS, (Caitaii).
Acting Suupprrinltendent of Police.
10th September, 1954.
(A. 2411951III).


PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE.

The attention of residents is drawn to
the Regulations relating to the disposal
of house refuse in Kingstown. For some-
time now, unfortunately, the practice of
dumping refuse in the streets or placing
refuse in old broken boxes and buckets
has been indulged in too freely. This
practice, apart from being an offence
against existing Regulation, creates un-
sightly rubbish heaps and can be danger-
ous to health.
The Public Health Department Is
therefore soliciting the co-operation of all
residents in Kingstown in order to bring
about some amelioration of this undesir-
able condition.
For the guidance of the Public we pub-
lish below the Regulation controlling the
disposal of refuse in Kingstown :-

HOUSE REFUSE IN KINGSTOWN.
Regulations made by the Sanitary Au-
thority under section 3 (i) (ii) of the Pub-
lic Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 1929,
with respect to the scavenging and clean-
ing of Towns and the removal of house
refuse.

(Gazetted 30th October, 1930.)

1. In the construction of these Regu-
lations the expression House Refuse "
means dust and sweepings of rooms and
business premises, waste paper, broken
glass and crockery, kitchen refuse, yad
refuse and garden refuse when contained
in receptacles not exceeding the pre-
scribed capacity.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 57). (i7


(2) The expression "Barrack" means the St. Vincent Civil Service A&ss,,ia-
any building or collection of buildings tion at 8 p.m. on Monday, 4th October,
divided into rooms and occupied singly 1954, at tjhe Court House.
or in sets by persons of the poorer classes All members of the Service are cordi-
(not being members of the same family) ally invited to attend.
and to which there is a common yard and
common conveniences. A ( E N 1) A
2. The occupier of every dwelling 1. Reading of Minutes of last Genecal
house in Kingstown, not being a barrack, Meeting.
and the owner of every barrack shall not 2. Signing of the Minutes.
later than 9 o'clock in the morning of 3. Matters arising ont ofl the Mlinutes-
every day (except Sundays and Public 4. Election of Ollicer to rEpres.lnt
Holidays) eleposit in the gateway or im- Other Classes of Clegks.
mediately outside of such premises in a 5. Coriespondence.
conveniently accessible position a move- (. Other business.
able receptable in which shall be placed
all the house refuse of such premises for F. E. WILLIAMS,
the purpose of removal by the Sanitary Sec'etary.
Authority. 21st September, 1954.
3. The receptacle to be provided shall
be of metal or metal-lined of a capacity
not exceeding, in the case of dwelling BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE LAND
houses, two and a half cubic feet and in AND HOUSE TAX ORDINANCE, CAP.
the case of business premises six cubic 194 (Rev. Edn.).
feet, and such receptacle shall be provide
ed with a suitable cover and shall at all The Magistrate will hold Special
times be kept in good repair, and covered Sessions for the purpose of hearing
while in use. objections to and appeals from the
4. In the case of premises other than assessments made by the Tax Officers
barracks it shall be the duty of the occu- of St. George's Parish, District 1 ; Chr-
pier of the premises and in the case of lotte Parish, District 2; St. Andrew's
barracks it shall be the duty of the per- Parish, District 3; St. Patrick's Parish,
son using the receptacles to see that they District 4; St. David's Parish, District
are at all times kept covered. 5 ; and the Grenadines (Bequia), Dis-
5. Where in any business premises the trict 6 ; as relate to property in tile
receptacie provided exceeds two and a First. Second and Third l Magisterial
half cubic feet in capacity, the occupier Districts.
of the premises shall provide the nece3- The Sessions will be held at tie fil-
sary assistance to the scavengers for lowi', places at 12 o'clock noon-
emptying the contents of such recepL,:- hDstrict 1, at the Police Station at
cles into the scavenging carts. r. ....... ... ^ i


PENALTY.
6. Every person who shall otfend
against any of the provisions of the fere-
going regulations shall be liable for every
such offence to a penalty not exceeding
FIVE POUNDS.

Made by the Sanitary Authority this
8th September, 1930.

Further to the above Publie Health
Regulations section 120 (16) of the Re-
vised Laws of St. Vincent reads as under :
Every person who "throws or lays any
dirt, litter, ashes, nightsoil, carrion, fish,
offal, or rubbish in any place or causes or
permits any offensive matter to run from
any slaughterhouse, butcher's shop or
stall, or any kitchen or dunghill, into any
place; or in any town or village deposits
in any place whatsoever any offensive
matter to injury or annoyance of any
person in such town or village ", on being
convicted thereof shall be liable to a pen-
alty of THREE POUNDS.

NO TIC E.

It is notified for general in formation
that there will be a General Meeting of


Ca lliaquai t ol l I Illi(Ies y e 4ll 2
day of Septeniblr and at thil
Co urt Honse, Kingstown, on
Tnesdav the S21t day of Septem-
ber, 1954.
District 2, at the Police Station at
Georgetown on Friday the 17th
day of September, 1954.
District 3, at the Police Station at
Layou on Tuesday the 7th day of
September, 1954.
District 4. at the Police Station at
Barrouallie on Monday v thle 13th
day of Sleptemlber. ]4154.
District 5. at the Police Statioln at
Chateanl)blair on Mlond;iv t1h
27th day of' Sepieti ]ber, 1954.
District 6. at tlie Police Station at
Port Elizabeth. Be qn ia on
Wednesday th- 1st d:,y of S1p-
teinmbr, 1954.
Notice of intention to ol ject to any
assessment nnst be given not less than
ten days before the day fixed for the
holding of the Session at which the
objection is to be heard.
E. F. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATES' OFFICE.
KINGSTOWN,
23rd August, 1954.














368 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER, 1954.--(No. 57).


NOTICt

UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.

IT is hereby notified for general information that the Quarterly Licensing
Sessions will be held in the undermentioned Parishes for the purpose of hear-
ing applications from applicants in their respective Parishes for the granting of
certificates in accordance with the Liquor Licence Ordinance, 1948, at the time
and places hereunder.
Parish. Time and Place of Session.
St. George & St. Andrew ... At the Court House, Kingstown. on Wed-
nesday, 29th September, 1954, at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
Charlotte ... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 24th September, 1954, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
St. David ... At the Court House, Chateaubelair. on
Monday 27th September. 1954, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
St. Patrick ... r At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
Mondayl 3th September, 1954, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
Grenadines (Bequia) ... At the Court House, Port Elizabeth,
on Wednesday, 1st September, 1954, at
11.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
Notices of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificate stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant and
iuon tlih Miagistrate not less than se'en days before the day fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Session.
E. F. GLASGOW.
Magistrate.

PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish.


Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence.


Situation of
Premises.


St. George &
St. Andrt














Charlotte




At. David


St. Patrick


Daniel S:irgeant

Thelma John
Uriah Edwards
Cardan Buchan
Elizabeth Grant
Conrad Alexander
Dudley Clarke
Charles Moses

Ananiles Greaves
Rawl Wyllie

Venus Crichton
Geo. A. McIntosh


Leon Da Santos .
Elliot Linton ,,
Charles Jones ,,
Dennis Hoyte ,,


... Doreen King

Enus Stapleton
... Nathaniel Blugh


ShopkeeperA Fairbonurne
Pasture
,, Channcey
,, Buiccament
,, Kingstown
Calliaqua
Questelles
Sion Hill
,, Kingstown

,, Belmont
., Pleasant
Hill
Housewife Arnos Vale
Druggist Kingstown


SPark Hill

Georgetown
Sandy Bay


'Chateau-
belair
Rose Hall
,, Barrouallie
I


Fairbourne
Pasture
Channcey
Buccament
Tyrell Street
Calliaqua
Questelles
Sion Hill
Long Lane
Lower
Belmont
Pleasant Hill

Arnos Vale
Kingstown
Park Hill

Chili
Sandy Bay
Chateaubelair

Rose Hall
Barrouallie


E. F. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.


MA :[STRATB'S OFFICE,
I ENGSTOWN,
*24th August, 1954.


PRDFL'ED BY TUN 0OVZRNIk= PF3 W, AT TBE GOVERNlMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
Z1MaGTOwm1, ST. flKCXN'Z.
IPrimc 24 Conte.]


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