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    Bills: Bill for an Ordinance to confer certain powes upon the Saint Vincent Banana Growers Association Limited and to control the export of bananas. & Bill for an Ordinance to encourage the extension and development of hotels in the Colony by granting relief from certain taxation in certain circumstances
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 53: The Sedition and Undesirable Publications Order, 1954
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    Statement of Securities held by the Crown Agents for the Colonies on behalf of the Currency Fund at 30th June, 1954
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT


GAZETTE


Vo. 87. INT VINCENT TUESDAY. 28 SEPTEMBER 1954. [No. 59.

Voi. 87.] ;-;,.INT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 28 SEPTEMBER. 1954. -No. 59.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 464.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of the Legislative Council at the Council Chanmicr
Kingstown, on Thursday, 7th Oc ober, 1954, at 10 a.m.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
28th September, 1954.
(A. 1/1949 II.)


No. 465.
APPOINTMENTS.

His Honour the Administrator has
been pleased to appoint the following
persons as Class III Clerks in the Gen-
eral Clerical Service of the Colony :-
Mr. THEODORE BALLAH, with effect
from 1st January, 1954, assigned
for duty at the Public Works
Department.


Mr. CLAUDE SAMUEL, with effect of two yea
from 1st January, 1954, assigned member, 19,
for duty at the office of the Pub-
lic Assistance and Probation Offi- R. M.
cer. The H
Mr. CHIEFTAIN GUMBS, with effect Mrs. A
from 1st August, 1954, assigned Mrs. C
for duty at the Treasury etc. Mrs. P
Department (Customs Branch). Mrs. S
Miss LOUIs NEVI1RSON, with effect The In
from 9th August, 1954, assigned The H
for duty at the Treasury etc.
Department, (Inland Revenue
Branch).
28th September. 1954. 28th Sep
(P. F's, 665, 705, 625, 654). (E. 43/1948).


No. 466.
KINGSTOWN PREPARATORY SCHOOL
ADVISORY COMMITTEE.

The Administrator has been pleased
to appoint the following personnel to
the Advisory Committee of the Kings-
town Preparatory School under Regu-
lation 3 of the Education (Kingstown
Preparatory School) Regulations, 1948
(S.R. & O. No. 69 of 1948) forn a,;e\r


rs with effect from 1st S(Sp-
54:-
CATO, Esq., Chairman,
honorable A. C. CYRUS
. C. HADLEY
). R. KELSICK
). T. EDWARDS
. E. McKIE
spector of Schools
eadmistress, Preparatory
Sch ool-Secretary
Member.
member, 1954.


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372 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 59).


No. 467.
ARROWROOT BOARD.
Under the authority of Section 7 of
the Arrowroot Ordinance, No. 15 of
1954, the Acting Administrator has
nominated the undermentioned persons
to serve on the Arrowroot Board for the
Arrowroot crop year 1st October 1954
to 30th September, 1955:-
The Hononrable Colonial Treasurer,
The Superintendent of Agriculture.
28th September. 1954.
(B. 35/1939).

No. 468.
TEMPORARY TRANSFER.
Mr. GEORGE GRANT, Junior Clerk,
Georgetown Revenue Office, to the
Audit Denartment with effect from
20th September, 1954.
28th September, 1954.
(P. F 603)

No. 469.
RESIGNATION.
Miss JOAN BRISBANE, Class III Clark,
Treasury etc. Departinent, (Inland Rev-
enue Branch) with effect from 9th
August, 1954.
28th September, 1954.
(P. F. 648).

No. 470.
DISCUSSION WITH JAMAICA BANANA
DELEGATION AND UNITED KINGDOM
TRADE COMMISSIONER FOR THE
WEST INDIES.


discussed with the Delegation. The
results of the talks which were of
material assistance to Her Majesty's
Government, will now be considered
further by United Kingdom Ministers.
28th September, 1954.
(B. 3211950 III).

No. 471.
LEGISLATION.
The Hight Honourable the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her Mnjesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordinances of thls Government:-
No. 1 of 19A4.-An Ordinance further
to amend the Income Tax Ordi-
nance, 1948.
No. 10 of 1954.-An Ordinance to
provide for the maintenance of
supplies and services essential to
the life of the community and
for regulating the import and
export of such supplies, the
prices at which such supplies
may be sold and for other pur-
poses connected therewith.
(J. 11/1944).
No. 23 of 1954.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Customs Or-
dinance (Cap. 183).
(J. 1111943).
No. 24 of 1954.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Harbour Dues
Ordinance (Cap. 202)
(J. 11/1943).
28th September, 1954.

No. 472.


The Delegation was formed by Mr. The under-mentioned Bills are pub-
GARNET OBDOl&N, Trade Commissioner listed with this issue of the Gazette and
for the West Indier, British Guiana and may b! seen at the Government Office,
British Honduras in the United King- Kingstown Library, District Post Offices,
dom, who represented the Windward Police Stations and at all Revenue
Islands. Offices:-
Islands.
The talks with the Delegation gave Bill for an Ordinance to confer cer-
Mr. LEiNOX BOYkD, on his assumption tain powers upon the Saint Vin-
at office as Secretary of State for the cent Banana Growers Association
Colonies, the opportunity of acquailt- Limited and to control the export
iug himself with the latest developments of bananas.
affecting the Banana Industry in Jamai- (B.32/1950)
ca, and the Windward Islands. Bill for an Ordinance to encourage
The Secretary of State reaffirmed Her the extension and development
Majesty's Government's assurances con- of hotels in the Colony by grant-
tained in the announcements of June ing relief from certain taxation
5th and 18th, following discussions then in certain circumstances.
held with West Indian Delegation. (W. 75/1945).
Further progress was made in explor- 28th September. 1954.
ing questions arising out of these assur-
ances in so far as they affect the Banana .
Industry. In particular, there was a The following Document is pub-
detailed examination of the nature of lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
the extent of risk to which the Banana S.R. & O. No. 40.-The Sedition and
Industry in the West Indies might be Undesirable Publications Order,
liable in longer terms. Various schemes 1954.
of :assistance I y which the InduFstl (Sec. 15/1952).
might as necessary be safeguarded were 28th September. 1954.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 59). 373


No. 474.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Statement of Securities held by
the Crown Agents for the Colonies on
behalf of the Cuirrency Fund :it 30thl
June, 1954, is published with this issue
of the Gazette.
28th September, 1954.

No. 438.
VACANT POST.


Superintendent include supervision ;nd
management of the telephone system
in accordance with the provisions of
the relevant oi finance and regulations.
His duties as Electrical Inspector are
set out in S.R. ;nd 0. No. 10 of 1953
and include the nsua;l duties of such a
post. He will lhe subject to Colonial
Regulations, General Orders and Finan-
cial Rules in forc, in the Col>ony.
Applicants should preferably have at
least five years experience of snch duties
in Government or private enterprise.


-- Free passages on first appointment
POST OF TELEPHONE SUPERINTENDENT will be provided for the officer, his wife
AND ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR, and children not exceeding five persons
DOMINICA. in all. Vacation leave will be granted
at the rate of one and ;. half months'
Application fm s l for each period of twelve consecutive
Applications are invited from suitably months resident service-leave passages
qualified cuididates for appointment to I are provided in accordance with local
the post of Telephoe Superinteenent, regulations.
and Electrical Inspector, in the public
Works Department, Dominica. Applications should state the appli-
The salary of the post, which is cants age, qualifications. present and
pensionable, will be at the rate of past employment. and details of ex-
$2,592x$96-$3,072 plus a non-pension- perience. They should be accompanied
able allowance of $1.200 per annum as by two recent testimonials and a medi-
Electrical Inspector. cal certificate of fitness from a Govern-
Quarters are not provided. ment Medical Practitioner and should
A travelling allowance is payable at he addressed to the Establishment Of-
local rates in respect of a motor car. ficer. Government Office, Dominica to
The duties of the officer will be those reach him not later than 151h October,
assigned to him by the Director of 1954.
Works to whom he will be directly 7th September, 1954.
responsible. His duties as Telephone (A.15/1950II).


No. 325.
HURRICANE NOTICE.
IT is hereby notified for general information that in the event of a hurri-
cane threatening or approaching the Island, the following warnings will be
given:-


Rural Areas
including the
GTenadines


Cautionary Warning
(when news received of
an approaching hurricane)


take cover


Cautionary Warning


Kingstown .


- A white flag with a black
centtre will be flown from
all Police Stations.
Loudspeaker and radio an-
nouncements 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 ce.iments will be made.
Three saluting guns will he
fir*'d front the Police Bar-
racks.


'Warning to take cover The Government Cotton Gin-
nery whistle and a siren
from the Pol'ice Barriacks
will be blown for a period
of five mini utes.
Gth July, 1.95 .
(W. 25/1949).
IBv Command.


A. L. SAMUEL.
Acting Government Secretary.


GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
28th September, 1954.


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374 S.INT VINCIL:NT TUESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 59).


i ,i A RTMENTAL AND
OTHIAR NOTICES.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

NOTICES.

ELECTRIC CURRENT DUES.

Persons indebted to Government for
Electric Current consumed in their
premises are hereby notified that steps
are being taken to recover these debts
in the Magistrate's Court.
2. A Lit of Defaulters will be pub-
lished in the Gazette and local press.
23rd September, 1954.


SALE OF EMPTY CEMENT DRUMS.

A limited number of empty cement
drums is being offered for sale by the
P.W.D. Stores Section. Arnos Vale, at a
reduced price of 48 cents per drunm.
2. Requisition should be made at the
Central Office, Public Works Depart-
ment, Kingstown.
H. D. SYLVESTER,
Superintendent of Works.
22nd September, 1954.
(P. 17/1950 II).


CENTRAL WATER DISTRIBUTION.
AUTHORITY NOTICE.

DISCONNECTION OF SERVICE FOR
NON-PAYMENT OF RATES.

Owners and Tenants of premises
served with a Private Water Service
from the C.W.D.A. MAINS are hereby
notified that at the end of the current
month the water service will be discon-
tinued to all premises in respect of
which the water rates ani charges have
not been paid.
The service will be disconnected on
the 1st October, 1954, and steps taken to
recover the debts in the Magistrate's
Court.
A List of Defaulters will be published
in the Gazette and local press.

H. D. SYLVESTER,
Chairman.
Central Water Distribution
Authority.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,
KINGSTOWN,
23rd September, 1954.
(A. 2411951 II).


EVENING CLASSES IN COOKING AND
SEWING.

The Education Department will ar-
range to conduct Evening Classes in the
above enntioned suibjcts if a sufficient
number of pupils present themselves.
Persons willing to join such classes
are asked to send their names to the
Education Officer stating the class they
wish to join.
The Classes will b, held at the Craft
Centre under the direction -f Miss
ALLEN and Miss ANTROBUS. A small
fee of $1.00 per subject per term will be
charged each pupil.
If a sufficient number of pupils enter
by the end of September, Classe. will
start during the first week in Octol:br.
C. V. D. HADLEY,
Education Officer.
25th September, 1954.
(A. 24/1951).


GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION
EXAMINATION OF THE UNIVERSITY
OF LONDON.

It is hereby notified for the infor-
mation of interested persons that St.
Vincent has been approved as a Centre
for the holding of the generall Certifi-
cate of Education Examination of the
University of London; and this Exam-
ination will be held in St. Vincent in
June, 1955.
Before applicants will be accepted as
candidates for this examination, they
must be certified by the Education Offi-
cer as fit to take it. For such purpose,
the Education Officer will require evi-
dence that the applicant has been pur-
suing a suitable course of study.
A candidate who does not hold a Gen-
eral Certificate of Education of the
University of London. or a Cambridge
School Certificate, will be required to
enter in not less than six subjects at
the Ordinary Level.
A candidate entering in six subjects
as stated above, will not be eligible for
the award of a certificate unless he
reaches the pass standard in at least
four subjects.
The examination fee is ten shillings
per subject for the examination at the
Ordinary Level. In addition, a local
fee of two shillings must be paid by
each candidate.
Candidates should submit to the Local
Correspondent in writing not later than
the 31st January, 1955, their full names,
Birth Certificate, subjects they are offer-
ing. and the Treasury receipt for the
examination and local fees paid.














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 59). 375


Further 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 the following animals etc., will be
put up for sale by Public Auction at
the Camden Park Experiment. Station
on Wednesday, 6th October, 1954 at
1.30 p.m.
(1) 2 cows (1 is the P.B. Jersey from
Dr. Maining)
(2) 2 Mature Jack Donkeys
(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).


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 Master 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 Marine Board ;
(ii) maintenance of beacons, boys
and navigational aids at the har-
bours of the Island ;
(iii) supervision of the berthing of
vessels ; and
(iv) examination of candidates for
the Home Trad:e Certificates of


Coimpet n-ce issued by the Ma-
rine Bo;ird of Jamaica.
3. In T;llition to the salary of 900
Sa year attached to the post, the Deputy
SHarbour Master will receive a housing
Sallowance at the rate of )0 a year, if
Married and over 28 years of age, pils
a temporary addtioinai 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 be fixed from time to time.
Applicants should be British subjects,
not more than 40 years of age and in
possession of a Certificate of Competen-
cy as Master of a foreign-going ship
issued by the British Ministry of Trans-
port.
Applications should be addressed to
the Colonial Secretary, Establishments
Branch, 119 Duke Street, Kingston,
and should be submitted not later than
the 31st October. 1954.
J. W. I. O'REGAN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
12th August, 1954.


CUSTOMS NOTICE.

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,
Receiver of Wrecks.
H.M. CUSTOMS,
ST. VINCENT.
11th September, 1954.
(A. 15/1950 II).


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.














376 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 59).


ST. VINCENT.

VETERINARY SERVICES.

SCHEDULE OF FEES FOR PRIVATE PRACTICE.

1. Castration:
(a) Horses, mules, donkeys $5.00
(b) Bulls over 6 months $2.00 $ 4*00
(c) Bulls under 6 months $1-00 $ 2.00
(d) Boars over 6 months $2.00 $ 3-00
(e) Boars over 3 months $1.00
(f) Boars under 3 months .50
2. Hernias :
(a) Pigs $2.00 $ 4-00
(b) Colts $5.00
(c) Cattle $3-00 $ 5-00
3. Post Mortems:
(a) Horses, mules donkeys, cattle $2-50
(b) Adult pigs, calves, or foals over 6 months but under 1 year $1-50
(c) Small pigs, calves or foals under 6 months; fowls $1.00
In the case of fowls, up to 3 birds may be examined
for the fee of $1.00
In the case of all animals if a scheduled disease has caused death, no
charge to be made.
4. Ringing Bulls $1.00 $ 2-00
5. Drenching by stomach tube-
Horses, mules, donkeys, cattle $1.00
6. Delivering foals and calves (including embryotomles &
caesarians $4-00 $15.00
7. Removing placentas $2-00 $ 5-00
8. Replacing prolapsed uteri-cows $2-00 $ 5.00
9. Replacing prolapsed uteri-sows $2-00 $ 5-00
10. Replacing prolapsed vaginas-cows & sows $2-00
11. Removing immature foeti $2.00 $ 5-00
12. Filing teeth-horses, mules, donkeys $1.00 $ 3-00
43. Tuberculin testing-
1-5 cattle $3-00
each additional animal over 5 50
14. Travelling-per mile each way (return mileage) depending
on condition of roads -- Q .24
Minimum charge $1.00
15. Cost of materials, drugs etc., according to current market
prices

Approved by thA Governor-in-Council on the 20th Auust, 1954.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk, Executive Councl.
(B. 8/1951)


TREASURY NOTICE.

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned chattl] bhaing been
assigned to the Admlinistrator of St. Vincent under a Mortgage Bill of Sale
dated 9th November, 1950. and the grantor having made default in payment
of the sums of money thereby secured at the time therein provided for pay,
ment, the said chattel has been taken into possession by ihe granteeand will
be offered for sale at 1 o'clock p.m. on Satyr!day, 2nd October, 1964, at the
Treasury, Kingstown.

A. D. W. .OHNSGN,
for Colonial treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
KINGSTOWN,
8th September, 1954.

Name qf Owner. Name of Grantee. 'S nation ofo
Property. I)escrinfion of P'roperty.
Francis Seales His Honour Walter Kingstown One (I) Asti Car A40
Fleming Coutts -10 Horse Power-
P415.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 59). 377


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.
Do,
Do.
Do.
Dpo.
Bedford
Morris CommercljL
Bedford
Morris
Morris
Commer
Bedford
Bedford
Bedford
Land Rover
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Standard
Ford V. 8
Commer
Commer
Royal Enfield


Fordson
Fire Armour Ltd.

Bedford
Ford V. 8
Morris Minor
Caterpillar No. 7
Caterpillar No. 12
Aveling Barford
Diesel
Do.
Do.
Do
Barford & Perkins
Do.
Commer


Sype


Trueli


















Van
Jeep





Pick-Up
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Motor Cycle
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Hose Tender
First Aid
Fire Tender
Light Van
Ambulance
Van
Bulldozer
Grader
Roller

Roller
Roller
Roller
Motor Roller
Do.
Ambulance
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"
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IAmbulance


Horse Carrying
Power Capacity


30
26
30
30
27-34
30
30
30
30
30
30
27-34
70
27-84
15
45
27-34
27-34
27-34
12
11-98
11-98
14
14
15-9

14
28
16
16
3/2
21/2
2Y2
90
85

40
30
8
80
75
27

27
18
18
23
23
16


3 tons
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3 "

3
1 ton
12 tons
5 "
3
3
SV2
Seat 8
8
8
8
8

8
14 ton.
% tona
1 ton
1 toa
Seat 2
2
2


9 tons


tons
tons
tons
tons
tons
$1


Year of
Manf.

1942
1944
1945
1943
1949
1943
1945
1945
1943
1945
1945
1947
1953
1950
1953
1950
1954
1954
1954
1954
1949
1949
1951
1951
1954
1949
1949
1949
1954
1954
1946
1950
1950
1952
1954

1953
1946
1954
1947
1947
1947

1947


1924
1924
1954


Value


$ 950
$1,050
$1,800
$ 800
$2,200
$ 975
$1,650
$ 975
$ 960
$1,450
$1,000
$1,000
$3,800
$2,600
$3,000
$1,800
$6,475
$4,340
$3,890
$2,100
$2,150
$2,650
$2,800
$2,800
$2,400
$2,500
$1,850
$ 650
$2,850
$2,850
$ 450
$ 600
$ 600
$3$,00
$5,000

$1,960
$ 850
$2,950
$9,600
$6,000
$5,652

$5,652
$5,330
$5,330
$1,000
$1,000
$4,300


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378 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER, 1]4.--:N(. 59).


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, yard
refuse and garden refuse when contained
in receptacles not exceeding the pre-
scribed capacity.
(2) The expression "Barrack" means
any building or collection of buildings
divided into rooms and occupied singly
or in sets by persons of the poorer classes
(not being members of the same family)
and to which there is a common yard and
common conveniences.
2. The occupier of every dwelling
house in Kingstown, not being a barrack,
and the owner of every barrack shall not
later than 9 o'clock in the morning of
every day (except Sundays and Public
Holidays) deposit in the gateway or im-
mediately outside of such premises in a
conveniently accessible position a move-
able receptable in which shall be placed
all the house refuse of such premises for
the purpose of removal by the Sanitary
Authority.
3. The receptacle to be provided shall
be of metal or metal-lined of a capacity
not exceeding, in the case of dwelling
houses, two and a half cubic feet and in
the case of business premises six cubi:
feet, and such receptacle shall be provide
ed with a suitable cover and shall at all
times be kept in good repair, and covered
while in use.


4. In the case of premises other than
barracks it shall be the duty of the occu-
pier of the premises and in the case of
barracks it shall be the duty of the per-
son using the receptacles to see that they
are at all times kept covered.
5. Where in any business premises the
receptacle provided exceeds two and a
half cubic feet in capacity, the occupier
of the premises shall provide the neces-
sary assistance to the scavengers for
emptying the contents of such recepta-
cles into the scavenging carts.
PENALTY.
6. Every person who shall offend
against any of the provisions of the fore-
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 Public 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.


NOTICE.

It is notified for general information
that the undernientioned articles will
be put up for sale by public auction at
Ashton, Union Ishind. on Saturday, 2nd
October, 1954, at 3 o'clock in the after-
noon :-
One (1) Cow
Three (3) Sheep (Two rains & one
Ewe)
Five (5) cartoons "Anchor Cigar-
ettes.
G. C. H. THOMAS,
District Officer,
St. Vincent Grenadines.
27th September, 1954.
(A. 24/1951).


NOTICE.

It is notified for general information
that there will be a General Meeting of
the St. Vincent Civil Service Associa-















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tion at 8 p.m. on Monday, 4th October,
1954, at the Court House.
All members of the Service are cordi-
ally invited to attend.

A EN1) A.
1. Reading of Minutes of last General
Meeting.
2. Signing of the Minutes.
3. Matters arising out of the Minutes.
4. Election of Officer to represent,
Other Classes of Clerks.
5. Correspondence.
6. Other business.

F. E. WILLIAMS,
Secretary.
21st September, 1954.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE TO SHIPPING.

A new pier for the port of Basseterre,
St. Kitts is in the course of construction.
This new pier runs parallel to, and is
140 ft. east of the exisiini E ast Pier.
IWhen completed the new pier will
extend 420 ft. from the shoreline.
As construction prioceeis, two wvhi:e
lights will be placed at the farthest
point of the oonstructior.
Shipping entering the roadstead at
night are advised to take warning.
H. S. HANLEY,
Harbour Master.
THE TREASURY,
ST. KITTS,
13th August. 1954.
(S. 13/1916).


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1954, No. 53.

SEDITION AND UNDESIRABLE PUBLICATIONS ORDER.

(Gazetted 28th September 1954).

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the Sedition and UndesiraDie
Publications (No. 2) Order, 1954.

2. Importation of certain publication prohibited. From and after
the coming into force of this Order, the importation of the publication hereinafter
described is hereby prohibited :

A publication entitled The Mask is Off by JACK WODDIS published
by "Thames Publications England.


Made by the Governor in Council under section 7 of the Sedition and
Undesirable Publications Ordinance, 1939, (No. 20 of 1939) this 17th day of
September, 1954.

F. GILBERT THOMAS,
Acting Clerk of Executive Council.
(S 15/1952).


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