TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
AN ORDINANCE to amend the Pbrt-of-Spain Ordinance,
GEORGE R. LE HUNTE,
19t0 December, 1912.
B E it enacted by the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council
thereof, as follows:-
1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Port-of-Spain Short Ttl.
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1912.
2. The Schedule to the Port-of-Spain Ordinance, No. 211, A~t of
is hereby amended by substituting for the Eastern andbounarios.
Northern boundaries there set out the following:-
On the East.-A straight line drawn due North
from the Sea through the South-eastern corner
of the Powder Magazine to a point 100 yards
due North of the Belmont Valley road.
No. 55. Port-of-Spain. 1912.
On the North.-A line drawn in a Westerly direction
from the Northern terminus of the Eastern
boundary, parallel to and at a distance of 100
yards to the North of the Belmont Valley road
and the Belmont Circular road till it meets the
Circular road, thence along the Northern side of
the Circular road till it meets the turn to
Passed in Council this Eleventh day of December,
in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
HARRY L. KNAGGS,
Clerk of the Council.