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SAINT VINCENT


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE


Itbli.sled bh Suthoritg.


VOL. 87.] S.\INT VINCENT. TUESDAY. 23 NOVEMBER, 1954. [No. 74.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 56t3.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. kIY

There will be a m',eting of lie Loeislative Council at the Co ?iYhaniber,
Kingstown. on Thursday, 2nd December, 1954, ia 10 ;i.m. l. i, .
A cordial invitai ion to attend is extended t( the general put ic. x ,
23r, November, 1951.
(A. 1/1949 II.)

No. 564. LEWTS PITNN'TT as a imn b i
APPOINTMENT. Boardi of Visitors, with effe
October, 1954.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 235rd Novpenber, 1954.

His Excellency the Governor has No. 566.
been pleased to appoint Mr. ARTHUR APPOINTMENT.
VINCENT KING, Actin.r Assistant Ad-
iniiiistrator and Estoblishment Offic-Tr, MrI. T. A. DAVIS, O.B.E]., ;,. a monil-
to be provisionally and temporarily a j h.r th, Board of Visitors, Mental
member of the Ex.cutive Comnlil -with H,,:pi'1;,]. virc Mr. LEWIi PUNNEETT,
effect from 22nd November. 19514 ::~m with Iffct 1rom llth Noveinler, I. 54.
during the period that the Hoinouraile ;aind until [iurtlih'e notice.
O. R. KELSICK. D.F.C.. is Acting Ad- 23rd Novebe 1954.
mi nis rator of the Colony. (M. 1/190).
23rd November, 1954.
(C. 36/1951).
SNo. 56 7.
No. 565. VACATION LEAVE.
BOARD OF VISII'ORS-MENTAL
HOSPITAL. Mr1'. ALBERT EDWARDS, Chiw-s I Clerk,
T reisury Deparlment, has been iranted
RESIGNATION. mine miontls' vacation leave with i-ffect
from 22nd November, 1954.
With reference to Govceirni;nt Notice 23r1I Novmi1ber. 1954.
No. 444 of 9th Septelmbter 1952, Mr. (P. F. .12).




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450 SAINT VINCENT. TUESDAY, 23 NOVEMBER, i.54.-(i'No. 74).


No. 568.
MISCELLAN OUS.

GRAnT FOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OF THE WIST INDIIIS.

The following text of a tliegrnam
received trom the Secretary of State
for the Colonies is published for gen-
eral information :-
"The University College of the West
Indies near Kingston, Jamaica is to
receive a Grant of 50,000 from the
Nutfielt Foundation, it was announced
in London on Wednesday, November
17th 1954 by the Director of the Found-
ation, Mr. L. FARRER-IBROWN. This
Grant is part of a capital sum of
250,000 which the Foundation has
set aside for the benefit of the New
University Colleges in the Colonies.
It is also announced that a Grantt of
50,000 has been made to Ibadan
University College, Nigeria.
The 50,000 Grant to the University
College of the West Indies will be in-
vested in a Fund to be known as the
Nuffield Endowment Fund. The in-
come from this Fund will be used by
the College Council to finance Pilot
Projects, the success or failure of which
might be expected to become apparent
after two or three years. The choice
of projects will rest with the College
Council without emphasis on any par-
ticular subject or type of study. The
progress of any project so assisted will
he reviewed at the end of five years.
The first buildings for the University
College of the West Indies were erected
from Grants under the Colonial Devel-
opment and Welfare Acts. These sums
however are insufficient to allow for
much needed innovations in a new and
growing institution; nor is it in accord
with British Academic Tradition that
Universities should be dependent solely
upon official sources for the whole of
their income.
The progress made by the College
during its early years is impressive and
the Nuffield foundation has offered this
Grant of 50,000 as a measure of help
to the development during the next
critical phase of the life and work of
the University College.
Grants to other Colonial University
Colleges from the Capital sum of
250,000 including a Scheme of
Research into Education in the Colo-
nies are being considered by the
Nuffield Foundation."
23rd November, 1954.
iE. 18/1948).


No. 569.
FACT FINDING MISSION TO INVESTI-
GATE WEST INDIAN CITRUS
INDUSTRY.

The following text of a telegram
received from the Secretary (f State
for the Colonies is published for general
information :-
-ie citrus delegation from the
West Indies Regional Economic Com-
mittee has concluded its visit to the
United Kingdom. The delegation
held discussions with the Secretary
of State for the Colonies and members
of the Colonial Office.
The talks gave Mr. LENNOX BOYD
the opportunity of acquainting him-
self with the latest developments
affecting the citrus industry in the
West Indies. The Secretary of State
reaffirmed the assurances given to the
West Indies in the announcements of
the 5th and 18th June last. In par-
ticular he repeated the assurance that
while it would not be possible to
guarantee a market in the United
Kingdom for the whole of West In-
dian export crops, Her Majesty's
Government, in recognition of their
responsibility for the Development
and Welfare of the Colonial Terri-
tories, were determined to do every-
thing practicable to promote the con-
tinued prosperity of West Indian
Agriculture which looks to the United
Kingdom as its chief market. Fur-
ther, the Secretary of State reaffirmed
the undertakings also made in June
that Her Majesty's Government would
examine, in consultation with the
Colonial Governments concerned, the
nature and extent of the risks facing
the citrus industry of the West Indies,
and would formulate by June, 1955,
any scheme of assistance necessary to
safeguard it.
This undertaking referred to the
longer term, but the Secretary of
State expressed his full understand-
ing of the anxiety in the West Indies
lest the industry run into serious
difficulties in the interim period be-
tween the easing of restrictions on
the import of fruit juices into the
United Kingdom and the completion
of the examination of the industry's
future prospects. As at present ad-
vised Her Majesty's Government do
not believe that serious difficulties
are likely to arise but if they do Her
Majesty's Government will take effec-
tive action to safeguard the position.
That does not mean that Her Majesty's
Government accepts that the main-
tenance of export prices at their pres-














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 NOVEMBER, 1954.-(No. 74). 451


ent level is necessary to meet any No. 570.
difficulties in which the producers
may flid thensel ves.


VACANT POSTS.


Tae undertakiwgs in respect of the VACANCIES FORi TWO TEAM LEADERS
industry, both in the short term and IN INSECT CONTROL CAMnPAIGN.
in longer term, raised problems which
in the view of l-ler Majesty's Govern- Vacancies exist for two team leaders
inent r-quired further investigation in the Insect Control Campaign which
on the spot. It was therefore agreed will commence in January 1955 or as
that fact finding mission should be soon thereafter as practica-lte.
sent to the West Indies to examine Each team leader will be in charge of
the present position and future pros- a unit of the campaign and will carry
pects of the industry. The mission out his duties under the direction of
which will include an Agriculturalist, the Campaign Supervisor. lie will be
a Cost Accountant and experts on required to work in any part of st.
canning and fruit marketing woull Vincent or the St. Vilcent Grenadines.
leave for the West Indlies very shortly Applicant:( should he intherqtsed in
and would be instructed to report !by Ipublic health and sanitation and of
the end of the year. This would good educational standard, (The
provide ample time for the issues to equivalent of the School Leaving Cer-
be examined further in the light of titicate is desiralle).
the missions factual report and, after Salary will be at thterate of $912 per
further consultation, for Her Maj s- annum rising by annual increments of
ty's Government to reach a conclusion $72 to $1,416 per annum. The appoint-
not only on any scheme of long term ment is temporary and may be termin-
assistance necessary to safeguard the ated by one month's notice at any time.
industry well before next June but Consideration will however be given
on any scheme of short term assist- to offering suitable candidates perma-
ance which may be necessary before neti appointments to the post cf San-
the present crop season ends. If any itary Inspector Medical Department to
such short term assistance is shown fill existing vacancies if and when
to be necessary. the scheme will of opportunities for training for the R.S.I.
-course provide that the growers ob- Certificate ;,ccur.
tain their fair share. Applications shoulil te addisresed to
the Senior Medical Officer, Medical
Terms of reference of fact finding Department, to be received not later
mission to the West Indian citrus than 18th December, 1954.


industry will be "to exnm!ne tle
present organisation a(nd future plans
and prospects of the West Indian
citrus industry in the light of the
general economic and agricultural
circumstances of tle West Indian
Colonies and in particular the costs
of the industry in the field factory
and marketing including any likely
change in these costs as a result of
plans for expansion of the industry.
The examination will cover citrus and
citrus products including citrus oils."

Membership will be-
(1) an expert of Colonial Agriculture
with a knowledge of citrus
(2) a Cost Accountant with experi-
ence of Colonial conditions
(3) an expert in the canning of citrus
products and their marketing in
the United Kingdom and other
markets
(4) on expert on the marketing of
fresh citrus.
23rd November, 1954.
(S. T. 13/1946)


23rd November, 1954.
(M. 9/1944).


No. 571.
GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA: APPOINT-
MENT OF HARBOUR MASTER.

Applications are invited for the post
of Harbour Master. The scale attached
to the post is $2,880 per annum risingby
annual increments of $120 to $3,840 per
annum. The officer appointed will re-
ceive such salary within the approved
scale as his experience and qualifica-
tions justify. I-e will be appointed
either on contract or probation, the
decision depending on his age and
qualifications. An officer appointed on
probation will be required to serve a
probationary period of two years before
he can be considered for permanent and
Spensionable status. A contract of em-
ployment will be for a period of three
years. In either case the officer select-
ed will be subject to the Colonial Regu-
lations and General Orders in force
from time to time. A medical certifi-
cate of fitness will be required. Gov-














452 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 NOVEMBER, 1954.-(No. 74).


erinent does not provide free quarters Pullic Service Conimissioln. Govern-
but quarters may be provided, if avail- meant Office by 0S/h Koveniber, 1954.
able, at a rental of 5%Q of their capital 23Ird November, 1,54.
value or 10% o( tcie officer's total eimol-
uments, whichever is the less. The
appointment does not carry a motor No. 572.
transport allowance. A comimuteod -EGIOC CE
overtime lee at the rate of $240 Hper BRIEST INi, BRITISH
annum is payable. THrE RITISH WiST INDIES, BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH HONDURAS.
2. The Harbour Master will Ibe in
control of all shipping operations in
St. George's harbour, and will direct The Regional Economic Committee
the mani.er and times of berthing niid invites applications front, suitably quali-
departure of vessel.s and the allocation field el rsons for the vac;int post of
of berths. He will be responsible for ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
the orderly stowage, safe custody and
removal of cargo on and from lhe at an annual salary in the scale S3.;60 x
wharves; for the exercise of discipline $24t-3.840 ier aiinnum. Psas-ag, s on
over all overn ii ielt olfleere, including assu aiption and t riniiiation of al.i oint-
Customs ollicers, while hev arl em1ploy- nent for the Adminuistrative Asistant
ed oi the wharves in St. George's har- and fIailyll upI to five in all from an1 to
bour; for the iiispeciion and survevinig tle place o engagenwnt will be paid
of all intercolonial vessls and co:tst\\ise by tLe :clnmittee. Tle ost ,nes not
traders. lHe wiil be the senior member at present carry pers ion or superan-
of the I1Bard of Ex:iniiners for the issue ltatitn rights.
of certificates of omlpetency to, masters 2. The appointment will ie for a
andi ma:,es under thle Shippingr Ordi- period 1p to tthe 31,t iDvceMiber, 19155
nance; a Snrveyor under the Merclimn i the first instance.
Shipping Act. 1,94; and thle Shipping 3. Candidates should eossesb atlil:-
Master andi Regiistrar of Shipping. He Istlratie e,.pt li '(ce in lelali i c al;,de
will ensure the proper c.ire and lmainl- lanl comlllll cial mliatters alnd pree I ( ei i,
tenaince of all hariour buoys, marks, will be given to canldilate(s holding
beacons, l. ghthoues. piers, j-tties. sI'eeial qnalificaitions in thoie ields.
wharves, launclies, bo:ats, etc. in Gr;ni- (:nlidatcs should be proficient iin the
ada ant Carriicoi. Applications from asselmly and presentation of st:,ti-tical
canddiates with a knowledge of c(us- material, pu] blicity material. tic. The
tomls inethods andl procedure will be I'''pso selected \vill bIe rlquiied. in/er
given sp"-cial coL-.iderations. a/iba, lto astist in regional Sirve\s :ntl
the collt tion of materi;i or Iul incat ions
3. Applictiorns must be in the alipli- ta, ti Ifoaimatin lri lletii, lia the
cants own Ihand writing and heyv will Secretariat.
be required t give tlie following inor- 4. The Committee reserves the right
main to fill the post by invitation if no suit-
1. Age able appllication is received.
2. School ,or ULniversity at which 5. Auplications furnishing rig fll details


e.lucate i and Certificates or Dip,-
lorns obtained.
3. Nature of present and past cem-
ployment with dates.
4. Amount of mon thly salary or
wages earned in the post inl
which applicant was last em-
ployed.
5. Past experience in work of the
s.new' or similar kilnd to that re-
(quired in the post ai lvi raised.
6. Copies of testinl,:Iials whichh
will not be rlturnmed to the ap-
l)lic;ian) c'tified as ttile copies
1,v a Jistic of the Peace, or a
Minister of Religion or Head of
a Department.
Applications which do not contain
the required information will not be
considered.
4. Applications, accompanied by two
references, must reach the Secretary,


of candidate's education, special quali-
fic;tions and experience, together with
supiportinlltg ilocnmelll s anlii namrs of
two referees shioulr i ble addressed to the
Executive Secretary, Regional Econo-
mic Comnmitiee. Hlastings House, Bar-
hbalido, to reach not l;ier tlin the Isf
Deceiner. 1054.
2,.rd Depember, 1954.
(Q. 311954).


No. 573.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.

The Accounts of the Colony for the
period 1st January to 30th September,
1954, are published with this issue of
the Gazette.
23rd November, 1954.
(F. 20/1952 II).


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SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 NOVEMBER, 1954.-(No. 74). 453


No. 561.
INTRANSIT PASSENGERS TO
TRINIDAD.

The following extract from corres-
pondence received from the Govern-
ment of Trinidad and Tobago is pub-
lished for general information and
guidance:-


required until the said 14th day of
December, 19,54.

Dated this 20th day of November,
1954.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar Supreme Cowu t.


"In view of the heAlth restrictions STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
imposed in various colonies resulting CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
from the recent slight outbreak of TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
jungle Yellow Fever in Trini.lad intran-
sit passengers should l:e in possession ON 1st NOVEMBER, 1954.
of valid (at least 10 dlays old) Yellow
Fever certificates so as to avoid delay Average Circulation during
in their onward passages. Recent arri- September, 1954:-
vals in Trinidad have ileen s'riousl- Br. Carilbbean Cur-
inconvniiienced for i:ck of these cer- rency Notes ...$49,002,014.00
tificates". Gov't Currency Notes... 1,994,778.00
16th November, 1 954. --


No. 546.
REPORT OF BRITISH GUIANA
CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION,
1954.

It is notified for general information
that a copy of the above Report htas
been received and may be seen on
application at government t Office.
9th November, 1954.
(S. 14/1953).
By Command,

A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Government Secretary.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
23rd November, 1954.


iCPARTMEN TAL AND
OTHER NOTICES.

SUPREME COURT NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that the
sitting of the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Islands
in its CIVIL, CRIMINAL and APPEL-
LATE JURISDICTIONS in the Saint
Vincent Circuit which was scheduled to
commence on Tuesday the 30th day of
November, 1954, has been adjourned to
Tuesday the 14thday of December, 1954,
at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
The personal attendance of parties
concerned and of such persons as are
bound over by recognizance to prosecute
or give evidence or summoned as Jurors
or witnesses will not, therefore, be


British Caribbean Cur-
rency Notes:
Trinidadl & Tobago
(including Mont-
serrt) ...
Barbados .
British Guina ...
Grenaia
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
ominica ...
Antigua...
St. Kitts ...


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ...


$50,996,792.00





$24,196,394.00
5,467,900.00
12,4*84,227.50
1,934,100.00
526,400.00
862,000.00
995t,400.00
1,423,300.00
1,519,500.00


$49,409,221.50


Trinidad & Tobago
Government Note
Circulation ... $1,313,725.00
Barbados Government
Note Circulation ... 149,327.00
British Guiana Gov-
ernment Note Cir-
culation ... 478,818.50


Total Government
Note Circulation ...

Total Circulation on
1st November, 1954...


$1,941,870.50


$51,351,092.00


Acting Executive Commnissioner,
British Caribbean Currency
Board.

BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
BOARD,
TREASURY CHAMBERS,
PORT-OF-SPAIN,
TRINIDAD, B.W.I.














454 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY,


TREASURY NOTICES.


PAYMENT OF SALARIES FOR
DECEMBER, 1954.

It is hereby notified that salaries and
other allowances payable to Government
Employees during the month of Decem-
her, 1954. will be paid at the Treasury,
Kingstown, or District Revenue Office,
on Monday, 20th December, 195-1.
18th Noven le", 1954.
(F. 83/1939).


PAYMENT OF PENSIONERS AND
ALLOWANCES FOR DECEMBER. 1954.

It is hereby notified that all allow-
ances payable to Pensioners from the
funds of this Colony in respect of the
month of December, 1954, will be paid
at the Treasury, Kingstown, or District
Revenue Office, on Tuesday 28th Decem-
ber, 1954.
18th November, 1954.
(F. 83/1939).


PAYMENT OF CLAIMS FOR DECEM-
BER, 1954.

C)nir.ictors. Merchants and all other
persons having claims against tlie
Government of St. Vincent, ;re hereby
requested to forward such claims to the
Government D part ni rnts concelrnited on
or blifore the 15th )ecemnber, 19.54. in
order to ensure th1 payment thereof
before the clo-e of thOl current financial
year at 31st Dlcemiter, nc-xt.
2. Similarly, :ll persons iiidebtd to
the Government of St. Vincent for goods
supplied or sir'vices rendered :i e hereby
requested to settle these iecctunts on or
before the 31st Decelber, 19J4.

A. D. \. JOHNISON,
'o' Colonial 7'rea.surr.
ISth Novembr. I195-1.
(F. 8311939).


EXCHANGE CONTROL: BANK OF
ENGLAND NOTES.

It is li'rby notified for 'general infor-
nmation that I rem 30th S 1 teinber, 1954,
Bank of England notes of 10) upwards
and Bank of Englitid notes of 5 dated
prior to the 2nd Siptemlber, 1944 all of)
which have ceased to be legal tender
(hut have remained payable on present-


nation at the Bank of England) may be
sent by post from any terriltory to a
banker in the United Kingd(om for
collection. None of these notes has a
mnitallic thread such as appears in cur-
rent 5 notes.
Notes should be despatched at the
risk of the owner to the usual bank ng
correspondents in the United Kingdom
of the owner or of the owner's local
bank. Authorised B:anks are being
given authority to er dit the proceeds
of not.;s forwn rded from outside the
Scheduled Territories to the type of
account appropriate to the country of
the remitter.
The position of all other Bank of
England notes remains unchanged.
The prohibition on the import of
sterling notes (other than the notes
which are sent nnder this relaxation
and except notes carried by travellers
to the value of 10 per person) remains
in force.
P. R. ELLS,
Controller of Supplies.
11th Novemib-er. 1954.

CUSTOMS NOTICES.

It is herebly notified that hle undlr-
mentioned articles have been forfeited
for a breach of Section 90 Cap. 183 of
the Laws of St. Vincent,and will b- sold
by Public Auction nt the Police Head-
quarters on 1.t Deccmber, 19,54, at
1.30 pF.m.n
N/M Four (4) c;Isks Rum


(Oprox.
One (1) cas;- Brandy
(atppr)ox.
One (1) case Wii:e


104 gals).

3 gals).


(appi ox. 2 rals).
Seven (7) hot:.Is Rumn
One (1) -inmall d lmi-j,.en Rnm.
A. I. W. JOITNSON,
for Collector of Customs.
19th November, 1954.
(A. 24/19.;51 III).


The wreck ilescriled below was
found at Miss I'ene Bay." Union
Island, S, uthlirn Gr(nidines, on 6th
October, 1954, and is now in the
1poiession of the District Officer.
One (1) Row Boat 10 ft. Long.
Colour--IBe! & White
Coniitioi:--Good.
P. R. ELLS,
Chief Receiver of Wrecks.
H. M. CUSTOMS.
ST. VINCENT.
18th October, 3154.


23 NOVE1MBER, 1954---I~o. 74).














SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 NOVEMBER, 1954.-(No. 74).


CONTROL NOTICES.

Discontinuation of Bulk Purchase of
Flour by Government and of price Control
of Flour and Bread.

It is hereby notified for general in
formation that this Government ha
decided to relinquish the policy o
bulk purchase of flour, also the control
of the price of that commodity an(
bread as from 1st January, 1955.
As government does not intend t<
hold stocks of flour beyond the 31s
December, 1954. importers will there.
fore be required to make stocks avail.
able for sale to the public as from thai
date.
It will be necessary for all import.
nations of flour to be covered by import
licences obtainable from the Controllei
of Supplies, and it is further notified
that licences will normally he granted
only in respect of the Enriched Grade
Flour.
10th November, 1954.

RETURN OF STOCKS.

\Vith reference to the Conirol Notice
dated 4th August, 1954. it is hereby
notified that the return of stocks re-
quested to be submitted by all Traders
by 12 o'clock noon on the 17th diay of
each month during the Hurricane Seas-
on is no longer required.
2. The only return now required is
that called for under the Prices Control
Order S.R. & 0. 1947. No 25. and the
Control Noiice (Return of Stocks) dated
the 2n l day of April 1953. for the
Return of Stocks to 1'e samiitted to
the Controller of Supplies by 12 o'clock
noon on the 2nd day of each month, the
Return to contain stocks of the articles
in Part B of the First Schedule as well
as stocks of the other articles as required
bv the said notice, held by Traders on
the first day of each month.
Dated this 12th lay of November,
1954.
C. R. WILLIAMS,
for Con troller of .S'tupdies.

NO TWICE.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

EXPORTATION OF ANIMALS.

Notice is hereby civen that anyone
desirous of exporting an a anv imal or
bird from St. Vincrnt must obtain a
Certificate of Health from the local


Veterinary Officer and should contact
the Department of Agriculture at least
two (2) days before the intended date
of shipment.
J. M. CAVE,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
1st November, 1954.


GOVERNMENT COTTON GINNERY.

NOTICES.

COTTON BONUS.

Persons who disposed of their cotton
on the Co-operative System through the
Government Cotton Ginnery during the
1953/54 crop will be paid a Bonus of
25% on application at the Ginnery on or
after the 7th December 1954.
Bonus payments will be made in
Bequia from Thursday 16th to Friday
17th, in Cannuan on Thursday 16th and
in Union Island from Monday 13th to
Tuesday 14th December, 1954.
G. P. DOUGAN,
Acting Manager.
19th Novembenr. 1954.
(A. 241191 III).
PURCHASE OF GRAIN CORN.

The Government Cotton Ginnery will
be buying Whole Grain Corn, shelled,
at 5 cents per lb., and Corn on the
cob at 3 cents per Ib., as from 15th
November, 1954.
J. L. EUSTACE.
Manager G. C. (innery.
I(thi November, 1954.


POLICE NOTICE.


S t is hereby notified for general in-
formation that persons applyingg for
Trayvl Permits should :-
(a) Obtain and fill up an application
Form.
(h) Pay into H.M. Treasury the sum
of 50c.
(c) Produce receipt to Immigration
OlTice :Id(
(d) Produce :; duly certified copy of
applicant's Birth Certificate.
2. The practice of producing postage
stamps has been discontinued.
S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Col.,
Supnrin tepndent of Police and
Chief I,,,,., :;-i', i Officer.
POLICE HEADQUARTERS,
KINGSTOWN,
4th November. 1954.















456 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 NOVEMBER, 1954.--(No. 74)


NOTICE


UNDER THE LIQUOR LICENCE ORDINANCE, 1948.



IT is hereby notified for general information that the Annual 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 times
and places hereunder.
Holders of certificates which were granted ouri'ig the cutrc- i T-ta are
hereby reminded to apply for renewal of their certificates irior to the holding
of the Sessions fixed for December, 1954, stated below.


Parish.
St. George & St. Andrew


Charlotte


St. David


St. Patrick


Grenadines (Bequia)


Time and Place of Session.
... At the Court Hcuse, Kingstown. on Wed-
nesday, 15th Lecember, 1954, at 9.15
o'clock in the forenoon.
... At the Court House, Georgetown, on
Friday, 17th December, 1954, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
... At the Court House, Chateaubelai4-, on
Thursday 9th December. 1954, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
... At the Court House, Barrouallie, on
Monday, 13th December, 1954, at 11.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
... At the Court House, Port Elizabeth,
Bequia on Wednesday, 1st December,
1954, at 11.00 o'clock in 'the forenoon.


Notices of intention to oppose the grant of any Certificates stating in general
terms the grounds of the opposition, must be served upon the applicant and
upon the Magistrate not later than seven days before the day fixed for the holding
of the Licensing Session.

E. F. GLASGOW,
lMagistrate.


PARTICULARS OF APPLICANTS FOR NEW CERTIFICATES.


Parish. Name of Applicant. Occupation.


St. George & Henry Ollivierre Shopkeeper
St. Andrew
Vincent Alexander ,,

Lennie Slater
*Walter Bacehus
Neville Priam ,,

Charlotte ... Baby Gonsalves ,,


Grenadi n es
(Bequia)


Eric Lewis


Proprietor


Residence.


Stubbs

Richland
Park
Vermount
Yambon
Kingstown

South
Rivers
Kingstown


Situation of
Premises.

Stubbs

Richland Park

Vermonnt
Glenside
Bay Street

South Rivers

Paget Farm
Beqnia


*Applications for Transfer Certificates.
E. F. GLASGOW,
Magistrate.
MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE,
KINGSTOWN,
11th November, 1954.















SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 23 NOVEMBER, 1954.-(No. 74). 451


SAINT VINCENT.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEE-
WARD ISLANDS.


(Original Jurisdiction)
A.D. 1953.

Suit No: 14/1953.
Between
CHARLES STEPHENS
Attorney for CRANMER Plaintif
BELLINGY


HOOPER BELLINGY


Defendant


NOTICE is hereby given that on Sat-
urday the 27th day of November, 1954,


Between the honrs of 12 o'clock noon
and 3 p.m., there will be put up for s;le
at the Court House in Kingstown the
undermentioned goods and chattels the
property of the above named Defendtint
HOOPER BELLINGT levied upon hy vir-
tue of a writ of seizure and sale issued
in the above suit:-
One house, sides boarded and the
roof covered with galvanized iron;
situated at Layou, in St. Andrew's
Parish.

Dated this 11th day of November,
1954.

D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar Supreme Court.

REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
]KINGSTOWN,
ST. VINCENT.


PRInm YT THB SOVRNMEINT PREITU, AT THE OOVERNMIfNT PRITImG OFFICE,
KInrGSOWN, ST. TINCENT.
.EPrice 24 cents.]




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