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Title: Saint Vincent government gazette
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Physical Description: v. : ; 35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Saint Vincent
Publisher: G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Kingstown, St. Vincent
Kingstown St. Vincent
Publication Date: October 26, 1954
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1, no. 1 (1868)-v. 112, no. 48 (Tues., 23 Oct. 1979)
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 55: Proclaiming Monday the 8th day of November, 1954 to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony
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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

tublishe by authority.


VoL. 87.] SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 26 OCTOBER. 1954. [No. 66.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 517.
RETURN OF GOVERNOR TO GRENADA.
With reference to Government Notice No. 506 of 19th October, 1954,
His Excellency the Governor, Mr. EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM, O.M.G.,
C.V.O., O.B.E., returned to Grenada on 23rd October, 1954.
26th October, 1954.
(A. 2/1950 II).
No. 518.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
There,-will be a meeting of the Legislative Council at the Council'Chimnber,
Kingstown, on Thursday, 4th November, 1954. at 10 a.m.
A cordial invitation to attend is extended to the general public.
26th October, 1954.
(A. 1/1949 II.)
No. 519. N0. 520.
APPOINTMENT. VACATION t-iAVE.
I Mrs. J. PRIDDIE. Superintendent
ST. VINCBNT AUXILARY POLICE. Health Nurse, Medical' Department, has
been granted 10 -weeks vacation leave
with effect from 16th August, 1954.
The Administrator hiis been pleased 26th October, 1954.
to appoint Inspector AULDRIC BETHEL .
ELLIS as Assistant Superintendent of (P. F.44).
the St. Vincent Auxiliary Police. with .
the rank of Lieutenant. No. 521.
,. REMEMBRANCE DAY, 1954.
Inspector ELLIS will be officer in REMEMBRANCE DAY, 1954.
charge of the Auxiliiry Section of the Remembrance Day will be .observed
amalgamated St. Vincent Aixiliary on Sunday, 7th November, this year.
Police and Volunteer Fire Brigade. Octob, 1954.
2Gth October, 1954.
26th, 9~tr er, 1954. (A. 56/1947.)







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408 SAINT VINCiNT, TUESDAY, 26 OCTOBER, 1lt54.-(No. 66).


No. 522.


BANK HOLIDAY.


By virtue of a Procl;mmn:tion issued
with this Gazette (S.R. & 0. No. 55)
Monday 8th November, 1954. being a
Bank Holiday, all public offices will
be closed on that day.
26th October, 1954.

No. 523.
LEGISLATION.

Thle Right Hloonourable tile Secretary
of State for the Colonies has notified that
Her M:ajesty the QUEEN will not be
advised to exercise her power of' dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordinance of this Government :-
No. 29 of 1954.-Ani Ordanance to
amend the Supreme Court Ordi-
nance, 1941.
(J. 4/1944).
No. 32 of 1954.-An Ordinance fur-
ther to amend the Jury Ordi-
nance, 1938.
(J. 4/1944).
26th October. 1954.

No. 524.
The following Documents are pulb-
lished with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 54.-The St. Vincent
Memorial Hall (Management and
Control) Regulations, 1954.
S.R. & 0. No. 55.-Proclaiming Mon-
day the 8th day of November.
1954 to be observed as a Bank
Holiday throughout the Colony.
(W. 20/1939).
26th October, 1954.

No. 514.
VACANT POST.

POST OF ASSISTANT MISTRESS. GIRLS'
HIGH SCHOOL, SAINT VINCENT, B. W. I.

Applications are iin vited from suitably
qualified persons for the post of Assis-
tant Mistress, Girls' High School.
St. Vincent, B. W. I.
2. The salary of the post, which is
pensionable, is in the scale $768 x $60-
$1128 x $72-$1704, and appointment
may hie male at any point in the sc:Ale
according to qualifications and ex-
perience.
3. The successful candidates will be
expected to teach Slhortland. Typimng
and Book-keepiing, to pupils of tihe
Grammar School anti the Girls' High
School up to the standard of the


Canm!ridge School Certificate ;nd the
Royal Society of Arts Examinations.
4. Fre. passage to St. Vincent to take
iuip appointment is provided.
5. Applications, with details of edu-
cation. qualifications,age :Ind experience
anl copies of not more than three testi-
monials sholnl be sent to the Assistant
Administrator and Establi slim ent
Officer, Government Office, St. Vincent,
and must reach him ,not later than 30th
November, 1954.
12th October, 1954.
By Command,
A. V. KING,
Gover nment Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
26th October, 1954.


DEPARTMENTAL AN I)
OTHER NOTICES.

NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE.

It is notified for general information
that there wili bli put up for public
auction at 2.00 p.m. on Wednesday, 3rd
November, 1954, at the Public Works
Department, Arnos V;le the follow-
ing:-
(i) 1 Ford V 8 truck 85 H.P., 1944
model with a 3 ton capacity, in
working order.
Truck 'Tyr es (Second Hand)
48 only-7.00 x 20
9 onl--7.50 x 20
14 onlv-6.00 x 16
3 only-5.50 x 16
Tubes (Second Hand)
106 only-7.00-7.50
4 only--6.00--5.50
2. These articles may be inspected at
the Arnos Vale Compound upon appli-
cation to the Storekeeps r. Public \\ o kse.
H. D. SYLVESTER,
Superintender:/ of Works.
19th October, 1954.


NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX, 1954.

It is here notified ihat Land and
House Tax in respect of the current
..-r will be received wiihoot file at
the 'l're::snry and District Olbicfs at
Georgectown. Barronallie Union hlmlnd
and Bequia during tlie period 1st No-
vemnbrr to 31St Decemberr 1954. and at
Colon:!ri,,, Bridg town, Mesopotamia,















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 OCTOBiER, 1954.-(No. 66). 409


Layou and Chateanbelair on the dates TELEPHONE DEPARTMENT NOTICE.
listed hereundhr :-
Colonarie:- On Thursdays-Novem- It will not be possible to add iany
ber -th, 11th, 18tl, 25th and De- more subscribers i, the telephone sys-
cernber 2nd, 9th. 16th, and 23rd. tem, either direct or by party line. The
1954. system is already very heavily overlo;ad-
Biabou:- On Tuisdays-)Dcemnber ed and it is extremely difficult to main-
7tlh, 14th, 2,th. 1954. tain operating efficiency.
Mesopotamia:- On Fridays-Novem- The condition of the plant, too. does
ber 5th, 19th, and December 3rd, not justify any further additions to the
and 17th. 1954. list of subllscribers and only very urgent
Layfou :- 0:1 M'indays-Noveinber applications, such as from doctors will
8th and December 13th. 1954. be considered.
On Thursday November 18th, H. D. SYLVEz'TER.
25th, and Decemlier 16'h and Suprintendent of Worhs.
23rd1. 1954.
Chafea'belair:-- On Tuesda si 2njd October, 1954.
November 9th and Decoml:er 7th (F. 29/1952).
1954.
On Fridays-November 12th, 26th,
anl December 10th, and 17th. EDUCATION NOTICES.
1954.


PETER. R. ELLS.
Colonial Treasurer.
THE TREASURY.
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.,
15th October, 1954.


NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.


Th- attention of Taxpayers is
to Section 12 of the Land and
Tax Ordinance No. 16 of 1922,
reads as follows :-
Any person who shall


drawn
House
which


(a) become the owner ol any land,
or house, or both whether by
purchase, gift, deed, parol, or in
any other manner whatsoever;
(b) dispose of any land, or house,
or both, whether by sale, gift,
deed, parol, or in any other
manner whatsoever;
shall within 30 days after he has be-
come the owner or dispdser of the
same, as aforesaid. make a return in
writing thereof to the Tax Officer.
Such return shall contain a true and
correct statement of the description,
situation, extent and nature of the
said land, or house, or both,;ind also,
in the case of a house its annual value
for rental.
2. Printed copies of the required
forms of the : bovemnentioned return
are available for distribution and niay
be obtained from the Treasury at Kings-
town or District Revenue Offices.

P. R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
18th October, 1954.


ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

An entrance Examination will be
held at the Gramiiiar School on Satur-
day 6th November, 1954 at 9.30 a.m.
Candidates are asked to have their
Birth Certificates with them.
W. M. LOPEY,
Headmaster.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
21st October, 1954.



GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL.

Tlie Examination for entrance to the
Girls' High School in January 1955 will
be held on Saturday 6th November at
the School.
Candidates are asked to arrive in
school for enrolment between 8.30 and
9.00 a.m.. and to bring with them p.-n
and ruler. They should bring also
a copy of their birth certificate.
J. M. BUCHAN,
Head mistress.
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL,
21st October, 1594.



POST OFFICE NOTICE.

Complaints have been received re-
cently from the Canadlian Post Office
regarding the onclosnre ol liquor in
parcels from St. Vincent.
Thli public is hereby notifi d th;:t the
forwarding of liquor through the Inmils















410 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 OCTOBER, 1954.-(No. 66).


to C;trada is forbidden aud-that it is
subject to confiscation )b the' Postal
Authorities in that Country.
P. I). O'N. CRICHTON.
Acting Colonial Postmaster.
5th October, 1954.
(A 24/1951 II).


NOTICE



SDistribution of the Proceeds of Japanese
Assets in the United Kingdom under Article
14 of the Peace Treaty.


TREASURY NOTICE. On 30th July 1954 it was announced in
SParliament that the Minister of Pensions
Third Party Insurance of Government expects to be able to make a second and
Vehicles. final distribution of the remaining Japan-
ese assets. It was also stated that the
With reference tt GoveirnntLntGazete original scheme, announced in October
No.5 )7 o 2lst September, 1954, a number 1952, would be extended to cover mem-
of ripure-sentatious have been received bers of the United Kingdom Forces who
from iniere -;ed Insurance Companies had emigrated or who were living over-
stating tl;i the date on which t h! ten- seas:
der was scheduled to close, 9th Octo-
ber, 1954,'does noi ailo-w sufficient time
to examine the proposal in detail. It Applications under the extended
has therefore been decided that 1!1 clos- scheme will now be considered from:-


ing date of the tender should
tenIded to 30h October, 1954.


be ex-


PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
ST. VINCENT,
7th October, 1954.
(F: 29/1952.)


ARROWROOT BO'A D NOTICE.

The values of the respective Grades
of Arrowroot and the proportions of
such values to be adva;iced'by the Saint
Vincent Co-opeiltive Arrowroot Asso-
ciation hive been fixed by the Arrow-
root Toar~l' aS'nder:-


.5 I? 1 ^ 8 g18 .:
0. C0 0S

1 10.00 5.00 8.00
2 9.00 4.50 7.20
3 8.00 4.00 6.40
4 7.00 3.50 5.60
0. V. BABER ISAACS,
Seci'etary.
9th October, 1954.


(a) All service and ex-service person-
nel who became prisoners of War
of the Japanese while serving in
British Units in the United King-
dom or as members of the Royal
Navy.

(b) Members and ex-members of the
Merchant Navy who were cap-
tured while serving in British
Ships registered in the United
Kingdom.

(c) Ex-civilian internees, or Prisoners
of War who served in Forces other
than those based in the United
Kingdom;

and intending claimants should write for
application forms as quickly as possible
to the Ministry of Pensions and National
Insurance, Thames House 8buth, Mill-
bank, London, S.W.1.


Dated the 25th day of September; 1954.


D. F. JOHNSON,
Custodian of Enemy Property.


(Sec. 16/1950)














SAINT VINC(NT, TUESDAY, 26 OCTOBER, 1954.-(No. 66).


TREASURY NOTICE.

LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned persons having become defaulters under the
*'Land and House Tax Ordinance ", their properties having been levied upon will be offered for
sale at 1.00 p.m on Saturday. 6th November, 1954, at the Treasury for the recovery of taxes due.

PETER R. ELLS,
Colonial Treasurer.
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
St. Vincent, B.W.I.,
7th October, 1954.


Service Description of
No. Property


Period
Tax Fine


Agrilla, Ethel
,, James
,, Jessie
Phillis
Allen, James
Ambris, Edgar
Theruas
Bacchus, Abraham
S Joseph A.
Bailey, Henry
Ballantyne, Marshall
Baptiste, Bennie
B irtholomew, Eris
Ballantyne, Edwin

,, Hubert
Jacob

Lolelin
Patric
B.Lrtholemew, Jonathan

Billengy. Odessa
Black, Thomas
Blake, Henry
Blusher, Herman
Boatswain, lChristiana
Bobby, Beatrice
Bowen, Arthur
Bristol, Moses
Browne, Caroline
,, Catherine
Charles
Claude
,, Ellen (heirs)
ertie
John C.
Rebecca
Bucchan, Pricilla
Burke, Herbert
S Herman
Wilhelmina
Carter. Minetta
Cato, David
Charles, David
S Irene
., Tsoline
S Lilian
Clarke, Albert
SRobert


Richland Park
Fairbairn
Riclland Park
New Adelphi
New Grounds
Mt. Bentinck

Richland Park
Yaml noo
Mt. Bentinck
Park Hill
Sandy Bay
Tnin l
Sandy Bay






Dn iil arton

Chester Cottage
Farm
Mt. Bentinck

Chester Cottage
Overland
Chili
Lively

Caratal
Mesopotamia
Sandly Bay
Cane End
Mt. Bentinck
Dnubarton
Lowmans
Gr ggs
Union
Sandy Bay
Mt. William
Carrier
Sandy Bay
Richland Park
Lowmans
Adlelphi
Hopewell
Mt. Bentinck
,, ,,


1320
1321
1322
1204
1433


1 House Spot
1 ,
1 House
1 Acre 3 rds.
L5 Poles


251 18
252 1 House Spot
1491 1 1 ac. 2 rds.
173 3 ac. 23 pls.
571 11 ac. 17 pls.
617 1 House
57% 1 ,, 1 Spot
838 1 Hoiisi
578 12 ac. 1 rd. 6 pIs.
1 ac. 1 Spot
572 1 House 1 Spot
574 2 ac. 3 rds.
2 Houses 1 Spot
946 1 Honme I Spot
947 1 1
1497 1 House Sot


368
412

531
553
369
716
510
1064
961
442
1502
987
1503
287
1507
239
1067
205
988
555
185
993
1344
206
1346
1347
718
283


1
1
1
2
1
1
1
16
1
8

12
12
1


1
1.
1
1
1
1.
1
1

1
1

1
1
1


24
24
60
48
24
48
24
.i6
96
3.36
48
1.04
1.44
4.20
2.08
i 4.72
2.08
3.12
24


72
48
72
House Spots 1.20
House Spot 48
House Spot 24
It .. 72
Acres 5.76
House 1 Spot 3.12
Poles 24
Acre 24
ac. 2 rdls. 26 ,p. 3..S4
House 1 Spot 72
House Spot 24
House 1 -c. 1 rd. 5.28
House Spot 24
2 rds. 48
Spot 24
House 1.20
48
,, 96
Spots 24
Spot 24
House Spot 24
House 35 pis. 1.44
,, Spot 24
ac. 1 rd. 48
ac. 37 rds. 48


Names


Address


- 1952
- 1952
- 1952
18 1952
18 1951
- '4i/50
- 1950
- 1953
- 1950
- 1953
18 1953
- 1953
18 '50/53
- 1952
- '52/53
- '52/53
- '51/53
- '51/53
- 1953

'51/53
- .49/52
- '51/53
- '51/53
- '51/52
- 1953
- '51/53
70 19152
- '51/53
- 1953
- 1949
- 1953
- 1953
- 1953
- 1953
18 1950
18 1 152
.8 1949
- '52/53
- 1953
- '50153
- 1950
- 1952
18 1949
- '52/53
- 1952
- 1952
- 1953


1


1


I.













SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 OCTOBER, 1954.-(No. 66).


Service Description of
No. Property


Period
Tax Fine


Cobbles, Rosa
Costello, Henessey
Cuase, Agatha
Victor (heirs)
Cupid, Jonathan

Dalz 11, Joseph
Dniel, Horville
,, Maude
Davis, Faith
Diamond, Ernest
Durrant, Irvin
Drirant, Minelva
Edwairds, Lisle
Phillys
Francois, Jinmaggie
Franklyn, Daisy
France, Rebecca
Friday, Hilena
Gairrick, Conrad
George, Christopher
Leonard
Glasgow Emeline
Graham, Alice
Hall, Joseph
Harry, Mathias
Haywood, Ch arles
Henry, Christopher
Hepburn, Alfred
Hercules, Caroline
Home, Princis
Hull, William J.
Humphrey, Elden
Jemima
Jack, Elias
,, Georgie
John
,, Methuselah
Jackson, Arthur
,, Benjamin
,, Catherine
,, Edmond
,, John C.
,, Sarah
,, William
Jacob, Chapman
Jacobs, Samuel
James, Adolphus
,, Elija
,, John
Jardine, Evrad
Job, Daniel
John, Ainsley
,, Catherine
,, Elizabeth (heirs)
,, Elvia
,, James
,, Jonathan
,, Robertha
,, Samuel
,, Ubray
Veronica
Johnny, Edward


Mesopotamia
Montreal
Farm
Mt. Pleasant
Lowmans

Mr. William
Musarica
Kichland Park
Ropes Mt.
Fat m
San Souci
Chapman
South Rivers
Sanidy Bay

Freeland
Sandy Bay
Chili
Three Rivers
Biabou
Escape
Sandy Bay
Chapmans
Park Hill
Mt. Pleasant
Chapmans
Biabou
Montague
Farm
Chapmans
Grants
Greggs
San Souci
Mt. Bentinck
Chester Cottage
Car th
Richland Park
Jackson Pasture
Yaml)on
New Adelphi
Biabou
Caruth
Mt. Pleasant
Park Hill
New Adelphi
Biabou
Glenside
O'Briers
Grand Sable
Greggs
Lowmans
Hopewell
Montreal
Perseverance
Tonrama
Massarica
Lowmans
Carnth
Three Rivers
New Grounds
Montagu e
Chapmans


1520
1515
117b
118
1207

557
899
1350
1532
1541
209
866
1081
903
974
1361
587
513
1447
1251
1252
914
686
690
103
675
1562
1369
1370
699
1259
699
215
308
400
1261
1262
1566
1376
1567
200
1263
1151
859
216
1152
1382
589
565
846
S48
1571
1156
590
591
814
219
1573
1030
868
1155
815


1 House 1 Spot
1 Rood
2 Acres
4 ac. 16 pls.
1 ac. 16 pls.
1 House Spot
1 House Spot
3 Acres
1 House Spot
1 Acre
2 ac. 2 rds.
1 House Spot
1 House Spot
1 ,,
2 ,, Spots
1 House Spot
1 ,
16 Acres
1 House Spot
1 House
1 ,, Spot
1 ac. 1 rd. 25 pls.
1 House
32 pls.
1 House
2 Roods
1 Acre
1 House
1 ,, Spot
2 Roods
1 House Spot
1 ,,
1
1 Rood
2 ac. 3 rds. 13 pls.
1 House Spot
1 ,
1 ,,
1 ,,
1. Acre
4 Ac. 3 rds.
1 House
1 ,, Spot
16 pls.
2 ac. 2 rds. 2 pis.
15 poles
1 House Spot
1 ,
1 ,,
3 ac. 3rd. 31 pis.
1 House Spot
15 pls.
1 rd. 15 pls.
I House
3 ac. 1 Spot
4 Acres
2 rds. I House
1 House
1 ,. Spot
1 House
1 ,,
1
1 Acre


Names


Address


84
24
48
1.20
} 72
48
72
48
24
72
72
24
24
1.44
2.16
24
S5.28
1.20
1.44
72
48
9(;
24
48
1.44
24
7.20
24
48
24
48
24
72
72
24
72
24
48
48
1.20
1.92
24
96
1.44
24
96
24
24
2.88
24
24
24
48
96
96
96
1.92
24
60
48
60
96


- 1953
- 1953
- 1949
- 1949
18 1952
- '49/53
18 1950
- '52/53
- 1.53
- 1953
18 '49/53
18 1953
16 1952
- '51/53
- '51/53
- 1952
- 1953
- '49/53
54 '51/53


- '52/53
is 1951
- '52/53

18 1953
18 1953
- '48/53

1 1953
- 1953
- 1952
- '52
18 1953
- '51/53
18 1953
18 '49/53
- 1953
- 1951
- '51/53
- 1951
- 1953
- '52/53
- 1953
- '50/53
- 1951
- '50/53
18 '52/53
18 1949
- '50/53
- 1952
- 1952
-- '51/53
18 1953
18 1953

- 1950
- 1952
- 1952
18 '50/53
72 '49/53
- 1953
18 1952
18 1953
- 1950
72 '50/53















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 26 OCTOBER, 1954.-(No. 66).


Service Description of
No. Property


Period
Tax Fine


110
111
112
113
11.4
115
116
117
Li8
119
120
121.
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147

148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173


Johnny, Robert
Johnson, Adriana
S Robert
Jones, Lillian
Joseph, Alvira
,, Agatha
,, Amlanda
Catherine
Francis
Josiah, Graham
King, Duncan
,, Jonathan
Joseph
Kyld, Godwin
Lavia, Henry
Lavia, St. Claire
Lewis, Allan
S John W.
,, Rondolph
Lowmian, David
Maloney, Ulrica
Mathew. Lucy
Maxwell, Pearl
Mc. Dowald, Alfred
,, Dowall, Hilda
SHenry
SJames
Mc. Kenzie, John
., Leon, Sydney
Morris, Constance
S Lister
Lyn
Nanton, Agatha
,, Albert
,, larice
,, Henrietta
Norman
Olliver, James

Others & Banfield
Ottley, Elizabeth
Parris, Amos
Parsons, Theodore E.
Patterson, Edith
Peters, Henry
SIsadore
Pierre. Peter
Pompey, Israel
Rajluma, Dorothy
Rebairo, Nob
Richards, F.
,, Samuel
Roberts, D. E.
,, Mary
Robinson. Matilda
Rodgers. James
Ross, Elizabeth
Ryan, Matilda
W Waldron
Sam, Augustus
Samuel, Norman
Sayers, Clandine
Shearnan. Norman
Skiner. John
Smart, Thomas


New Adelphi
Freeland
Chester Cottage
Massarica
Chester Cottage
Montreal
Chester Cottage
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Adelphi
Diaimondl

New Adelphii
Hopewell
Mespotamia
Sandy Pay
Langley Park
Mt. l1et inclk
Richland Park
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Mi. Bentinck
Cane End
Union
Chester Cottage
Dumbarton
Chester Cottage
Mc. Millan Mt.
South Rivers
Adelphi
Francois
Sandy Bay
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Overland
Adelphi
Sandy Bay

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South Rivers

Chapnmans
Mesopotomia
Glenside
Carrier
Mesopotamia
Massarica
Golden Grove
Sandy Bay
Lowm;ins
Richland Park
Three Rivers
Mt. Bentinck
New Adelphi
Adelphi
Richland Park
Lowmans
New Prospect
Yamlbon
Cane End
Union
Massarica
Richland Park
Meiopotamia
Farm
Mesopotamia
Lowmans


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341
1401
342
1578
405
1268
1269
687
1403
1408
1273
1394
923
591
2G1
1161
102
264
1593
1419
388
137
390
133
818
1279
138
771
772
773
595
1168
929
931
967
1111

865
1453
1288
1616
1770
1455
146
934
1037
1459
1036
.29
1131
1626
1462
827
1629
149
1632
230
864
16:34
151
1641
1469
879


Names


Address


15 pls.
1 House Spot 1 ac.
1 House Spot
2 rds.
1 House Spot
2 Acres
1 Ho!',e Spot.
1 House
3 I oodls
1 Hoise Spot
1 ,.
1 House
1
1 ,, Splt
1 House
1 House Spot
1 ,
3 ac. 3i ds.
1 House Spot
1
1 House
1 House Spot
1 ,
1 ac. 16 pls.
1 House spot
2 Aci es
1 rd. 2 pls.
4 ac. 2 rd. 8 pls.
1 Acre
1 House Spot
1
1
1 ,
1 ac. 1rd. 4 pis.
1 House 1 Spot
1 House Spot
1 ,, 1
4 ac. 22 pls. 1
1 House Spot J
1 House Spot
32 pls.
1 Acre
5 Acres
1 House
1 Acre
3 ac. 29 pis.
1 House Spot
20 pis.
16
1 House Spot
3 ac. 3 rd. 3 pls.
1 House 1 ac. 3rd.
1 rd. 2 pls.
1 House Spot
1 House
2 ac. 18 p1s.
3 ac. 29 pls.
1 House Spot
1 ,
1 House
16 pls.
1 House Spot
1 Acre
1 House
1 ,


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48
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72
1.44
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2.88
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66
1.92
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48
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Service Description of
No. i'roperty


Period
Tax Iine


174 Sitherland, Dorothy
175 ,, Ellen

176 Theob.lds, Lilian
177 Theodore, Paul S.
178 T'honaas, Donald
179 .. Florence
180 ,, Haz'akah
181 .. Lori ta A.
182 ,, M lelinio Y.
183 ,, Me I:tosh
184 ,. U1ria
185 Thompson, F. A.

186 ,, Patience
187 Tilfer. Alexander
188 Titnothy, Colonel
189 Toney, Lewis
190 Walker, Caroline
191 Warren, L nra


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193
194
195
196
197
198
199
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202
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W illiams,.

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Amy
Aumnistus
Beatrice
Claude
Ephraine
Eric
Joseph
Lucreta
Robert
Rosonna
Rosetta
Selder
Wilfred


Dicksons
Three Rivers

Moontague
Adlelphi
Escape
Three Rivers
ChapntLms
Biabo;i
Hop-ewell
Escape
Richland Park
Three Riv( rs

Lownia ns
Mt. Williamn
Fairbairn
Union
Lowmanus
Hol)ewell
Hopewell
Dicksons
[,ownlans
Grand Sable
Sandy Bay
Massarica
Lovwin;ins
Richland Park
Hopewell
Farm
Richland Park
Mt. William
Mt. Pleasant


473 1 House
1046 1 ac. 2 rd. 26 pis.
2 House Spo!s
1471 2 Roods
1651 3 ac. 2 ird. 11 pls.
1654 1 ac. 33 pls.
1047 1 House
834 ,, Spot
1303 1 ,.
13:04 1 House, 2ac.
1305 1 ac. 2 rd. 27 p Is.
i57 1 House Spot.
895 3 airres
1 House Spot
1021 1 House, 2 rds.
544 2 Roods
1309 2 ac. 2 rds.
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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

1954, No. 54.

THE ST. VINCENT MEMORIAL HALL (MANAGEMENT
AND CONTROL) REGULATIONS,/

(Gazetted 26th October, 1954.)

1. Short titl,. These Regulations may be cited as the St. Vincent
Memorial Hall (Management and Control) Regulations, 1954.

2. Interpretation. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise
requires-
"Friend of the Hall" has the meaning assigned to it by regulation 6 of these
Regulations;
"Hall" means the St. Vincent Memorial Hall;
"Secretary" means the person so appointed by the Committee of
Management under the provisions of regulation 3 of these Regulations;
"the old Committee" means the Committee of Management having the
general management and control of the Hall at the date of appointment
S of a new Committee of Management.

3. Committee of Management. (1) The general management and
control of the Hall shall be vested in a Committee, to be known as the Committee
of Management.
(2) The Committee of Management shall consist of fourteen members.
(3) Six members of the Committee of Management shall be nominated by the
old Committee and five members shall be elected by Friends of the Hall. Five of
the six members nominated by the old Committee shall be members of the old
Committee, and the other member shall be, a Friend of the Hall. The fiv
members of the Committee of Management elected by Friends of the Hall shall
themselves be Friends of the Hall.
(4) Every member of the Committee of Management nominated or elected as
aforesaid shall, subject as hereinafter provided, hold office for a period of one y'ar
but shall be eligible for re-nomination or re-election, as the case may be, at the
end of his term of office.
(5) The Committee of Management shall elect from among its nominated and
elected members a Chairman and a Deputy Chairman, and may appoint such
other officers or employees as the Committee of Management may consider
necessary.
(6) There shall be three honorary members of the Committee of Management,
namely-
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(a) Walter Fleming Coutts, C'.M.G, M.B.E., M.A.;
(b) George J. Muller, Esquire, of New York, U.S.A.; and
(c) Jo.e'ph Morningstar, Esquire, of 'New York, U.S.A.
(7) The 'aid honorary members of the Committee of Management shall hold
cice for life and shall be entitled to vote at any meeting of the said Committee of
Management t it which they may be present.
(8) Five memLbrs of the Committee of Management shall form a quorum.

4. Meetings of Committee of Management. The Committee of
-Management shall meet at the Hall not less than once every three months.

5. Executive Committee. (1) The day to day management and control
of the Hall, including; the granting of applications for its use, shall be conducted
by a Committee, to be known as the Nxecutive Committee.
(2) The Executive Conmmittee shall consist of five members, of whom one
shall be the Chairman of the Committee of Mana.gement. The other members
shall be elected by the Committee of Management from among the nominated and
elected.members of the Committee of Management.

G. Friends of the Hall. (1) Any member of the public of the age ot
twenty-one years or upwards may become a Friend of the Hall upon completing an
application in the form in the First Schedule hereto, and forwarding the same to
the Secretary together with an annual subscription of three dollars.
(2) The Committee of Management shall convene .as soon as may be after the
first day of April in each year an. Annual General Meeting of friends of the Hall
for receiving the annual report and for the transaction of other business.
(3) The Management Committee may at other times and shall at the request
of at least twelve Friends of the Hall giving reasons for the request, convene a
General Meeting not more than fifteen days alter a request made therefore where
a request has been made in accordance with this rule. Every friend of the Hall
shall be entitled to attend all General Meetings.

7. Occurrence of vacancy in Committee of Management.
(1) Whenever a vacancy occurs in the nominated members of the Committee of
Management by reason of the death or resignation of one of such members, a
person shall forthwith be nominated to the said Committee by the nominated
members of that Committee.
(2) Whenever a vacancy occurs in the elected members of the Committee of
Management by reason of the death or resignation of one of such members, a
person shall forthwith be elected to the said Committee by Friends of the Hall
from among Friends of the Hall.
(3) Any person filling a vacancy as aforesaid shall hold office only for the
unexpired term for which his predecessor would normally have held office had the
latter not died or resigned.

8. Use of Hall. The Hall and its facilities may be used for cultural, social,
commercial, educational and welfare activities but more particularly for the giving
or holding of-





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(a) public entertainments including concerts, bazaars and fairs,
(,b) lectures,
(c) debates, including political discussions but not meetings for election
campaigns,
(d) dances,
(e) conferences and conventions,
(f) meetings of business and industrial organizations, of voluntary social
welfare workers, recognized sports clubs and like organizations,
(g) classes organised by the Extra-Mural Department of the University
College of the West Indies,
(h) courses of instruction conducted by or under the auspices of the
Education Department, and
(i) such other purposes as may be approved by the Committee ef
Management provided that they are not inconsistent with the general
purposes stated above.

9. Applications for use of Hall. All applications for the use of the
Hall shall be addressed in writing to the Secretary who shall forthwith refer them
to the Executive Committee, which shall have the absolute right to accept or
reject such applications without any reason given.

10. Funds for Maintenance of the Hall. (1) Funds for the
maintenance of the Hall and its services shall be derived from-
(a) fees for its hire,
(b) fund-raising efforts of the Committee of Management,
(c) annual subscriptions,
(d) donations from individuals, business firms, and organizations, who are
in sympathy with the objects of the Memorial and the purpose for
which the Hall is used,
(e) annual subvention from Government, and
(f) endowments and legacies.
(2) The financial year shall begin on the 1st day of January and end on the
31st day of December in each year. An annual report together with a financial
statement audited by a fit and proper person to..be approved by the Executive
Committee shall be prepared by the Secretary andipresented at the first statutory
meeting of the Committee of Management in each year and to the Annual General
Meeting next convened. A copy, of the report and statement shall be forwarded
to the Governor in Council.

11. Fees payable for use of Hall. For the exclusive use of the Hall
by any person, there shall be paid to the SeeretE~y. in advance the fees prescribed
in the Second Schedule hereto :
Provided that the Executive Committee shall have power to fix fees in respect
of matters not included in the said Schedule;
And provided further that the Executive Committee may in its discretion
grant to any person applying for use of the Hall, a remission in while or in part
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12. Remuneration to Secretary. The Executive Committee shall pay
to the Secretary for his services such remuneration as the said Committee may
decide.

13. Preservation of order. (1) Every person using the Hall ,or
attending any function therein must be tidily clad and must conduct himself in
an or ecrly and becoming manner.
(2 Every person to whom the Hall is hired shall be held personally responsible
for any damage to the Hall, its furniture and fixtures, and for the loss or breakage
of any article of furniture.
(3) A deposit of twcnty-five dollars shall be required of any person to whom
the Hall is hired for holding a dance.


FIRST SCHEDULE.


(Reg. 8).


To the Secretary-Treasurer,
Committee of Management, St. Vincent Memorial Hall,
Kingstown.

Sir/Madam,
I desire to become a Friend of the Hall. I am not less than 21 years of age.
I enclose th. :-: _-ribed annual prescription of three dollars ($3.00).
Yours faithfully,


(Signatwe of applicant).


SECOND SCHEDULE.
F'?ES PAYABLE FOR USE OF THE HALL.
D a a e ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......


(Reg. 11).


$35-00 (includes insur-
ance & lights)
plus a de-
posit of
$25-00


C on cert ...... .. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $15 00
Conference and Convention ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $ 5-00 per day
Reception- civic or social ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... $10-00
Political discussion (in the night) ..... ..... ...... ...... $ 5.00
Political discussion (in the afternoon ...... ..... ...... $ 3.00
Meeting of Company or other business association ...... $ 5.00
Other meetings (in the afternoon) ... .... .... ...... $ 1-00
do. do. (in the night) ...... .... ...... ...... $ 2.00
'Debates and lectures when no admission fee is charged
(by day) ...... ........ ...... ...... ...... $ 1.00
Debates and lectured when no admission fee is charged
(by night) ... ... .... ...... .... ...... $ 2.00







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Other approved purpose ...... ... .. .... ...... ...... ...... Amount to be fined by
the Executive
Committee.



Made by the Goveenor in Council under Section 8 of the St. Vincent Memorial
Hall (Trustees) Ordinaxce, 195.4 (No. 21 of 1954) this 22nd day of October, 1954.

A. L. SAMUEL,
Clerk of Executive Coeumil.


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SAINT VINCENT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

.. 1954, No. 55.


(Gazett t deth October, 1954.)

;! I,
BY THE'iDMINISTRATOR

A .IOCLAMATION.
[L.S.3
W. F. COUTTS,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 7 of the Bank Holidays Ordinance, Cap. 161, it is enacted
that it shall be lawful foAtkhe 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 it is meet that a day should be set apart at the close of the
Hurricane Season for General Thanksgiving for our preservation from the elements
and for other blessings vouchsafed to us to be duly observed in all Churches,
Chapels and other places of worship :
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 Monday, the
8th day of November, 1954, to be observed as a Bank Holiday throughout the Colony,
so that it may be set apart for General Thanksgiving as aforesaid.
GIVEN under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony of Saint Vincent at
the Government Office in the'said Colony this 20th day of October 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 20/1939).


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