Vol,. S8.] SAINT VINCENT. TUES:MI)AY. 22 MAIiCI. 1:"5.
VISIT OF ACilN(I GOVERNORR TO DOMINICA,
With refi .envc to Govrt nmll Notice No. 106 of ltli M1arci, 1955. His
Excellency the Aciinag G<\3 ornor of tlie Winidwaird Islanm r. WALLACE
MACMILLAN. proceeded to Duminica (i, 2(0th March, 1055. for an official visit
of about ten days.
During His Excellencv*' al)i-eiec fromi Grienatda Mr. LOUIS COOLS-
L\RTIGUE, O. B.., Chief Secretary, Windwaro Islands, will be Governei's
22nrd \ arch, 1955.
(A. 2/1950 III).
MESSAGE FROM GOVERNOR ON
DEPARTURE FROM WINDWARD
''The following text ol' a ;elegrami
received from His Exclleincy the Gov-
erinor of the Windl ward Islnilds, Sir
EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM, K.C.M.G..
C.V.O., O.B.E., is published for general
"On leaving.' the Wind ward I islands
I desire on behalf oi ny wife. and
myself to send to you and all thle
,p-', le of t.hes. islanlds our v-ry ho-st
We shall always lio11 dp;ir Io otmr
hl-rts the loyalty inl \virn tfri. nd-
lineii s which II Ire ,ilwv:iys 1). in .ithowni
to Its d 'ri l," Sn ;tV IIIy i II y Iu lls t.
We shall never forget the hospital-
ity of vyi r pi,-(ple and we -hlall both
follow with intense intire.et tih- cn-
tiinued develOp)mcnt and piog](i-s of
In saying goii(dliye wre wish e;ich
and everyone, hi alth, peace ;uild pro,-
pirity. \Ma. Gid bless ou (i,. ;iiind
22Iiil Al, c 1955.
A PPOINTM ELNTS.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.
Hiis Excellency ihe Actili G(overnor
,ha/ I feen pl<'; d < -0iippint 'Mr. W M.
LoPEY. M.A.. 1l.B.E.. Ilnidn:5s, i.
(rl4 u lllt;lir sclool-1. as a t iilpol y in, ni-
1 l- Iof tihle 'nl I ic Service C(Ion :isi.i n
ablihlled bn Authorit .
88 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1955.-(No. 16).
x\ith effect front 18th .iMarch. 1955 and hers; to confer immunities and
intLiI further notice. privileges on the staffs of such
22nd Marc. 1955. organiisatio ns and represeita! ives
of inieinie r ;_overnninents and in
(A. 40/1949). respect of pi enises and docu-
N. 110. >im-nts ot sich organizations.
No. / i l0.Q>
AMERICAN VICE CONSUL,
It is notified for gl,1eral iniforin, ition
th:t Miss GILDA R. DULY hlsIs been
appointed Vice Consul of the United
Sl;tes of America at Port-of'-Spain,
22nd Mairch. 1954.
HONORARY AUSTi[EAN CONSUL
It is notified for general iniormatioln
that the Austrian Government has ap-
pointed Mr. RICHARD KAHN as Hon-
orary Consul of Austria at Kingston,
Jamaica with jurisdiction extending
over the British West Indies which has
been described as including the Baha-
nmas, Barbtdos. Jamaica, the Leev,;id
Islands, the Wii, ward Islands. Trini-
dad and i' .
22ind March, 19>.
Mrs. F. E. EUSTACE, Jnnior Clerk,
Treasury etc. Department ([nl'ind Rev-
enue Branch). as a Class I (lerki in the
General Clerical Service of the Colony
with effect from 1st Januinary, 1955)
assigned for duty in the Treasury etc.
Department (Inland Revenue Branch).
22nd March, 1955.
(P. F. 173).
The Hight Honourable tHe Secretary
of State for the Colonies lias notified that
Her Majesty the QUr:EN will not be
advised to exercise her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following
Ordinances of this' (iovernient :--
No. 13 of 195-.--An Ordinance to
make provision as to the immuni-
ties, privileges and capacities of
sovereigns. diplomatic agents and
representatives of foreign powers,
international organizations of
which Her Majesty's Govern:,- unt
in the United Kingi-dlo and
Foreign governments are mem-
Ik ..to Iw c
No. 41 of 1954.-An Ordiiance to
amnind the International Organi-
sations (Immunities and Privi-
leges) Oldh in n-c. 1954.
A (A. 46/1948).
22nd Marcl,. 1955.
SUPPLEMENT TO GAZETTE.
The Adiniii>tratiijn Report on the
Freei Public Libiaryi r ti. er 1954
is published .f.or general information
with thib issue of thlie Gazettf.
22nd March, 1955.
HE-.DMASTER, GRAMMAR SCHOOL
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.
Applications :ire invited for thei post
of Hleadilast-.r. the Grammnir School,
St. Vincent. 8.W.I.
Thie schl]oo is a Government Institn-
tion. It h:is at present a roll of 260
oys- anl tal, s pnpils to the Cambridge
School Certifihatt and Higher School
Certificate Stan iard.
App!l!iants should possess a degree of
a University within the British Com-
monwviltli. and should have hadl teach-
ing experience in a Secondary Scliool.
Applicantor should furnish detailed a;c-
counis of their qualifications and expie-
rienc, together with suitable testimo-
nials. when sublmitting their applica-
The sal;ir ol the post is in the scale
$3,840 x $120-$4.560 (800 x 25-
9,r0)1 p1r annnm. The point of entry
to lthe scale will depend on the qualifi-
cations and experience of the successful
candidate. and ihe will be on probation
for one year. The holder of the post
has Civil Service Status and the post is
pensionable. The appointment will be
subject to the passing i of a satisfactory
Income Tax is payable in accordance
with local legislation.
Free passages on first appointment
will be provided for the officer, his wife
and children. Vacation leave and leave
passages are provided in accordance
with local regulations.
SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MACRH, 1955.-(No. ~C 89
A.pllicatifni must be addressed to
the Assistant AinWinisiratorand Estab-
lish ment Officer, Government Office, St.
Vincent, B.W.I., and must reach him
not later than 31st .Juy. 19.55.
15th March. 1,55.
(A. 19/1912 (A).)
POST OF SrNIOR ASSISTANT MISTRESS,
GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, ST. VINCENT.
Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified candidates for appoint-
ment to ai post (of Senior Assistant
Mistress, Girls' High School.
The school is a Government Institu-
tion, the post is p-.isin:ible, the ap-
pointment will be subject to the passing
of a satisfactory medical examination.
and will ble on probation for one year
in the first instance.
Applicants should possess a degree
of :t UniiversiLtv within the British Com-
monwealth, and must be able to teach
one of the subjects History. Geography.
French, Latin, to Hi.hher School Certi-
ficate standard. and one to sn!)sidiary
level. They should also have had
teaching experience in :a S-condary
The salary of the post is in the scale
$2,016 x $96-$2,688 (420 x 20-
560) per annnum. Entry into the salary
scale will be deter nined according to
the qutiific:ttions and experience of the
can i, i te.
Free passage on first appointment
will be provided for the successful
candidate. Government officials are
liable to taxation imposed by local
Applications accompanied by copies
of recent testimonials should be ad-
dressed to the Assistant Administrator
and Establishment Officer, Government
Office. St. Vincent, and must reach him
not later than the 30th April, 1955.
15th March, 1955.
(C. 111955 (A).)
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL
OF ITHE WEST INDIES.
Applications aie invited for two posts
of Registrar or Senior Registrar in the
Division of Obstetrics and Gynacology
at the above-named teaching hospital
which is in special relationship with the
University of London. A higher qual-
ification in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
is desirable but not essential. The suc-
cessful candidates will be required to
assume duties by the end of June and
early in October, 1955, respectively.
The appointments will each he for
one year in lihe first instance, subject to
renewal. Salary is in the scale 800 x
100-l1,000/ 1.100 x 100-1,400 per
annum. depending on experience and
qualification. Single accommodation
and board or a limited number of un-
fo rnished flats for unmarried or married
Officers, are provided at a deduction of
125 per annuml or 5% of salary, res-
pectively. Return first class passage by
sea will be paid for one prison only in
Farther information may be obtained
from the Hospital Manager and Sec-
retary. University College Hospital.
Mona. St. Andrew. Jamaica, B.W.I. to
whom applications stating age, nation-
ality and details of qualifications and
experience, together with three recent
testimonials or the names and addresses
of three referees, should be sent by the
16th April, 1955.
15th Mairch, 1955.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL
OF THE WEST INDIES, CHIEF
Applications are invited for the post.
of Chief Phiarmacist at the above-named
teaching hospital which is in special
relationship with the University of
London. Applicants should possess the
Ph.C. qualification or its equivalent,
and should be experienced in steriliza-
tion and hospital routine.
The successful applicant will be re-
quired to train students to the standard
of the Chemists and Druggists qualifying
examiniiatio!n.and to give instruction in
Pharmacy to Medical students study-
ing for the M.B., B.S. degree of the
University of London.
The salary payable will be in the
scale of 950 x 25-1,050 per annum,
depending on qualifications and ex-
perience. A deduction of 5%o o salary
will be made for superannuation pur-
poses. Return first class pass, ge by
sea will be paid for one person only.
Further information may be obtained
from the Hospital Manager and Sere-
tary. University College Hospital. Mon,.
St. Andrew, Jamaica, B.W.I., to when
applicants stating age, nationality and
details of qualifications and experience,
together with three recent testimonials
or the names and addresses of three
referees, should be sent by the 30th of
15th March, 1955.
90 SAINT VINCENT, TUESDAY, 22 MARCH, 1J355.--No. 15).
PHOI'O(RAPHS FOR PASSPORTS.
The following instructions containedi
in the Gen,-ral instructions for Her
.M ijesty's F1"reign S '.vice, sk.titng O.ti
tie rquairemnents relative to photographs
which must ac company applic itiCns- for
British Passports are pu dished for in-
formation and gii dance.
"Two copies of a recent photograph
of the a)p)liciant(anid also of the photo-
graph of thlie aipplicant's wife where a
joint passport is applied for) must 1be
included with the application. These
photographs must be taken frill
face without hat, and the photographs
must not be mountied. The size of
the photographs must not he more
than 21 i inches by 2 inches or less than
2 inches by 1i incheR. The photo-
-raphs ninst he printed on normal
thin photographic paper anld mnnt not
he glazed on the reverse side.
8th March, 1955.
A. L. SAMUEL.
Atinq! Go'vrnmeut ,Recretaryi.
21nd March. 1955.
REGISTRATION OF MEDICAL PRACTI-
The [ol]lnwinig ,inm has this dany been
addle, to the Meical Register:-
ROBERT ARTHUR JOHN WEBB, M.B.,
B S. (Lonbdon) L.R.C.P., M.R.C.P.
A. L. SAMUEL,
Acting Medical Registrar.
22nd March, 1954.
STATEMENT OF CURRENCY NOTE CIR-
CULATION IN THE BRITISH CARIBBEAN
TERRITORIES (EASTERN GROUP)
ON 1st MARCH, 1955.
Averag 'Circnl tion du ring
J.annniry, 1955 :-
Br. (1Criiblbhan Cur-
rency Notes ...$51;,475,207.00
notes (ontst n.d ing)... 1,756,466.00
British Caribbeain Cur-
rency Notes in circu-
lation on Ist, March,
Trinidad & Tobago
(inciudi nI- Mont-
serr ;I t)
British (uii naz ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
St. Kitts ...
Total Iritish Carilbbean
Currency Notes ...
dad & Tobago Govt.
ish Guiana Go\,t.
l)ados Govt. notes
Total G(overnminpt iaol'S
ont tandingP ...
'T'ot l circlat i(on ...
S27,39 l1, 731.00
Circn]at ion on
1st March. 1955 ... $55.696.092.00
E.recutive Commission er.
Brilish Caribbeain C(urrecy
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
The attention of all drivers of motor
vehicles is drawn to Section 21 sub-
section 19 of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, No. 20 of 1940
which reads as follows:-
The driver of a motor vehicle shall,
on the approach of any engine or other
apparatus of a Fire Brigade proceeding
to or from a fire, or suspected fire.
draw up close to the left hand side of
the road and stop, leaving the centre
of the road cleir for the passage of
such engine or apparatus, and no two
vehicles shall s!:a : d abreast.
S. A. ANDERSON, Lt.-Colonel,
15th March, 1955.
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