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129


GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


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VOL. 71.1 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1953. [No. 22.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 127.
T is hereby announced for general information
that Mr. E. B. BEETHAM, C.M.G., C.V.O.,
O B.E., -Governor-designate of the Windward
Islands Mrs. BEETHAM and Aide-de-Camp sailed
by S. S. "Cavina" from the United Kingdom on
28th April and are expected to arrive in Trinidad
and Grenada en 12th May 1953.
It is unlikely that the new Governor will visit
the other Windward Islands before the Coronation
of Her Majesty the Queen.
1st May, 1953.

ACTING ARRANGEMENTS.
No. 128.
!ONSEQUENT on the grant of nine months'
y action leave to Miss F. A. I. RAPIER,
Class II Clerk, Governor's Office, the following
temporary clerical staff changes are approved with
effect from 27th April, 1953.
Mr. A. BAIN, Class III Clerk, Attcrney General's
Office, to be transferred for duty in the Governor's
Office.
Mr. W, BAIN, an approved candidate to be
appointed to act as Class III Clerk, Attorney
General's Office rice Mr. A. BAIN, until further
notice.
1st May, 1953.

APPOINTMENTS.
N(. 129,
R A. BIERZYNSKI has bee appointed a District
Medical Officer in the Windward Islands
w;th effect from 3rd August, 1950.
1st May 1953.
P.r. 491.


No. 130.
DR. R. P. COURTENAY has been appointed
l District Medical Officer in the Windward
Islands, with effect from 1st January, 19E2.
1st May. 1953,
P. F 45;
No. 131.
1R C. L. FERGUSON has been appointed a
) Medical Oflicer in the Windward Islands,
with effect from 8th September, 1950.
1st May, 1953.
P.F. 1t1.

PROMOTION.
No. 132.
MR. G. LOWHAR, Class I Clerk, Public Works
1. Department, has been promoted to the new
Special Grade post in the Department with effect
from st January, 19.3.
1st May, 1953.
P. F. M3I.

VACATION LEAVE.
Nc 133.
R. L. J. CLARA, Special Grade Clerk, Treasury
& Customs Deparment, on 21 weeks' vacation
leave with effect from 22nd April, 1953.
1st May, 1953.
P. F. 86.
No. 134.
R, G. REDHEAD, Class II Clerk, Government
-. GStationery Department on 6 months' vacation
leave with effect from 27th April. 1953.
By Command,
BE. A. BRATHWAITE
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
1st May, 1953.
P.F. 403.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22.)


NOTICE.

Assistant Inspector of Schools, Grenada.



APPLICATIONS are invited for filling two new
posts of Assistant Inspector of Schools,
Grenada,
These posts are pensionable and carry a salary of
$-1,920 x96--$2,400 plus a temporary cost of liv-
ing allowance of 20%. A transport allowance of
$696 per annum is payable, ,provided the officer
keeps and maintains a motor car for the perform-*
ance of his duties.
The officer will be posted to one of the two
educational districts into which it is proposed the
Colony should be divided. He will be expected to
perform duties under the direct supervision of the
Inspector of Schools in connection with the annual
examinations of primary schools, the supervision
and inspection of the work of the schools, the
training of teachers, adult education, the conduct
of certain examinations and also to perform such
other duties as the Education Officer may assign to
'him from time to time.
Applications stating age. qualifications and ex-
perience must be addressed to the Secretary, Public
Service Commission, Government Office, Grenada,
and must reach him not later than 15th May, 1953.

'Government Office,
Grenada,
21st April, 1953.



NOTICE.

T ENDERS are invited for the lease of Morne
1. Rouge House formerly known as "Sea Side
Inn" for a period of three years.
It comprises nine bedrooms with running water
in each room, a large living room, kitchen, pantry,
two bath rooms and four toilets.
Building specially suited for a small hotel.
Tenders should be addressed to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, and should be marked on the
envelope "Tender: for rental of Morne Rouge
House".
Government does not bind itself to accept the
highest or any tender.
Tenders close at 4 p.m. on Friday 15th May,
1953.
Government Office,
Grenada.
22nd April, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL


NOTICES.


CUSTOMS.



I is hereby notified for general information th't
if any goods enumerated as described in the
following table are imported or brought into this
Colony contrary to the restrictions contained in


the table in respect thereof, the goods and the ship
in which they are imported shall be liable to
forfeiture:
Rum-Unless in ships of thirty tons burden at
least, and in packages capable of containing
forty gallons at the least, or unless in
packages of not less than twelve stone or
glass bottles, capable cf containing together
not less than one gallon and a half on the
whole, or in demijohn% capable of contain-
ing each not less than two gallons, and
forming part of the cargo of the importing
ship, and duly reported.
All other spirits (not being perfumed or medici-
nal spirits)-Unless in ships of thirty tons
burden at least, and in packages capable of
,containing twenty gallons at the least, and
duly reported, or in boxes of not less than
twelve glass or 'stqne, bottles', capable of
containing together-not less.than one gallon
and a half in the whole, or in demijohns
capable of containing each not less than two
gallons, and forming part of the cargo of the
importing ship, and duly reported.
Tobacco.-Except, if unmanufactured in pack-
ages each containing not less than fifty
pounds of net weight, and, if manufactured,
in packages each containing not. less than.
ten pounds of net weight, and in ships of
not less than ten tons burden. ,
Cigars and Cigarettes.-Except in packages
each containing not less than ten pounds of
net weight, and in ships of not less than ten
pounds burden.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Acting Collector of Customs.
18th April, 1953.


NOTICE.

Income Tax.

T is hereby notified for general information that
the 31st May, 1953, is the latest date for
rendering Income Tax Returns in respect of the
Assessment year, 1953.
F. M. COARD,
Acting Comptroller, Income Tax.
Income Tax Office,
Grenada,
1st May, 1953.


AGRICULTURE.

rTHE undermentioned Pig and Poultry feeds can
I be obtained from the Food Storage Centres at
St. George's and Grenville. and at the Tivoli
Agricultural Station at the following prices:-
All Purpose Poultry mash @ 10 cents pe ll:.
Baby Chick mash ,, 12
Pig Balancer mash ,, 12 ,, ,

M. A. G. HANSCHELL,
Director of Agricult'ure.


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G VERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22).


POST OFFICE.

Air Mail Services.
-jFFECTIVE May 2, 1953, AIR MAILS will
JU be closed as hereunder:-(Cancelling all pre-
_vious Schedules).
(A) AT GENERAL POST OFFICE,
(By B.W.I.A. and B.G. Airways).

Monday.
11.00 a.m. Registration 10.00 a.m.
Bermuda; British Guiana; Europe; Great
Britain ; Jamaica; Netherland West Indies;
UT. A. and Possessions; Venezuela and
other South American Countries; Trinidad
and Intransits.
3..00 p.m. Registration 2.00 p.m.
Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique, Guade-
loupe, Antigua and St. Kitts.

Wednesday.
:6.30 a,m. Registration 3 p.m. on Tuesday.,
St. Vincent and Dominica.
1L00 a.m. Registration 10.00 a m.
Br. Guiana, Europe, Great Britain, Jamaica,
Netherland West Indies, U. S. A. and
Possessions; Venezuela and other South
American Countries; Trinidad and In-
transits.

Thursday.
S.00 p.m. Registration 2 p.m.
Trinidad and British Honduras.

Friday.
2.00 p.m. Registration 2 p.m.
Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique, Guade-
loupe, Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Vincent and
Dominica via Bar bados,

Saturday.
11.00 a.m. Registration 10.00 a.m.
British Guiana and Tiinidad.

(B) AT GRENVILLE POST OFFICE.

IMonday: 1.30 p.m. Registration 1.00 p.m.
Trinidad.
Monday: 3.00 p.m. Registration 2.30 p.m.
Barbados and St. Lucia.
Wednesday: 1.30 p.m. Registration 1,00 p.n.
Trinidad.
Thursday: 3.00 p.m. Registration 2.30 p.m.
Trinidad.
Friday: 3.00 p.m. Reg'strat:on 2.30 p.m.
St. Lucia and Barbados.
Saturday: 11.00 a.m. r,:..' ,-; 10.30a.m.
Trinidad.

M. M. PIERRE,
for Colonial Postmaster.


'General Post Office,
Grenada,
April 22, 1'-53.


ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme



Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected
Strains of Grenada Cocoa for planting in
1954.


IT is estimated that there will be rooted cocoa
cuttings at the cocoa propagation stations
available to plant 300 acres in 1954.
2. Persons desirous of obtaining rooted cocoa
cuttings from the cocoa stations, should apply oni
the forms provided for that purpose, entitled:
"Application Form for Rooted Cocoa Cuttings
Propagatedfor Distribution by. the Cocoa Industry
Improvement Scheme of Grenada".
3. Application forms should be forwarded to the
Agricultural Officer (Cocoa), Boulogne Cocoa
Nurseries, St. Andrew's on or before the 30th June,,
1953.
4. Applications for rooted cocoa cuttings received
after the 30th June, 1953 will neither be acknow-
ledged nor considered.
5. Application forms are available at the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, all Agricultural and Cocoa
Stations and District Revenue Offices. Application
forms can also be obtained from all members of
the extension staff of the Department of Agricul-
ture.
6. Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered free of
charge to the applicants at a point, as near as
possible to the site at which they are to be planted,
accessible at the time to the motor vehicle con-
veying the plants.
7. The conditions under which rooted cocoa cut-
tings will be issued are as follows:--
(i) The area selected by an applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as soon
as possible after the receipt of the applica-
tion, for the purpose of determining the
suitability of the site in regard to altitude,
soil type, wind protection and other ecologi-
cal and environmental conditions. The
applicant will then be notified whether or
not the area is approved for planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no
allocation of plants will be made to the
applicant.
(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an authoris-
ed officer will inform the applicant what
minimum action is required of him by the
Department of Agriculture, in regard to
provision of ground shade, windbreaks, soil
conservation measures, soil preparation etc.
The Agricultural Department will render all
assistance, guidance and advice in this
connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which plants will be
issued will be that which will contain fifty
(50) rooted cuttings planted at a spacing
of 10 ft. by 10 ft. in a single block, the
equivalent of one-eighth (-) of an acre.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22).


(v) The area to be planted will be re-inspected
by an authorised officer immediately before
the proposed date of delivery of the plants,
for the purpose of ascertaining whether all
conditions have been satisfactorily fulfilled,
and whether the area is in a suitable state
of preparation for planting.
(vi) Authorised officers of the Department of
Agriculture, will make periodic inspections
of the replanted areas, as often as may be
considered necessary, for the purpose of
observing field conditions, the development
of the young plants and advising the grower
on the care and management of the young
plants.
8. Applicants are advised to take advantage of
the experience already gained in replanting methods
at the Cocoa Stations and other plots, where re-
planting with rooted cocoa cuttings have already
been undertaken during the last 4 to 6 years.
Applicants are accordingly invited to visit the
Cocoa Stations and to make the fullest possible use
of all information that is available.

M. A. G. HANSCHELL,
Director of Agriculture
and Chairman Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.


Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st April, 1953.


Average circulation
during February, 1953:-British
Caribbean Currency Notes ...
Government Currency Notes


British Caribbean Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago ... $
Barbados ...
British Guiana ...
Leeward & Windward
Islands
Total British Caribbean
Notes
Trinidad & Tobago
Government Note
Circulation ...
Barbados Government
Note Circulation ...
British Guiana Govern-
ment Note Circulation
Total Government Note
Circulation ...


Total Circalation on
1st April


$42,687,784
3,300,330
$45,988,114


20,677,856
5,342,200
10,007,007

6,139,600


$42.166,663


i2,056,401

228,873

769,355


3,054,629


$45,221,292


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.

.Bitish Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.


Grenada Agricultural Scholarship.


A PPLICATIONS are invited for the award of
L_ an Agricultural Scholarship tenable at, the-
Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture for a period
of three years beginning about October, 1953.
Applicants should submit the following:-
(a) Birth Certificate;
(b) Evidence of attendance at a school in this-
colony for NOT LESS THAN THREE
YEARS preceding the application;
(c) Testimonials from two persons other than
school teachers under whom education
was received;
(d) Testimonials from Head Teachers of the-
schools in the Colony which they have
attended giving all significant details of
school career;
(e) School leaving certificate of the University
of Cambridge Examinations Syndicate, or
an equivalent examining body showing
that the applicant has passed in one or
more subjects of the Science Group;
(f) A Certificate of fitness from a Medical
Officer;
(g) Evidence of British Nationality.
Applications must be submitted to the Adminis-
trator, Grenada, not later than 31st May, 1958.

Government Office,
Grenada,
6th rch, 1953.



NOTICE.

T ENDERS are invited for the construction of
the undermentioned Schools:-
1. At Beaulieu R.C. School Site:
(1) Main School building and latrine accom-
modation for the whole school.
(2) Second School building.
2. At Vendome R.C. School Site:
School building and latrine accommodation.
1. (1) Beaulieu R.C. Main School and
Latrines.
A two storeyed Building measuring 74' 4" x 32'
constructed of re-inforced concrete foundations,
columns and beams. Exterior walls of 4" concrete
blocks, ground floor of concrete granolithic finish.
The first floor of P.P. lumber and covered with
Asbestos Roofing.
(2) Beaulieu R.C. Second School Building.
This is to be a conversion of the existing Beau-
lieu R.C. Church.

2. Vendome R.C. School Building and
Latrines.
This Building is similar to Beaulieu R.C. Main
School, but measuring 66' 4" x 32'. Levelling and
draining of the Vendome site will be done by the
Public Works Departments.
Applications are required to supply all labour,
materials and Transport


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.GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22.)


Tenders should be submitted for each of the three
projects separately. If a tender is awarded the
person to whom it is awarded may he called upon
to give adequate security for the satisfactory
performance of the contract.
Government does not bind itself' to accept the
lowest or any tender.
Plans and specifications can be obtained from
the Public Works Department on payment of a
deposit of $20 into the Treasury. After a contract
has been entered into those persons who have
submitted bona fide tenders will have their deposits
refunded on return of the Plans and specifications.
Tenders must reach this Department not later
than the 15th of May, 1953.

C. RENWICK,
Supdt. of Public Works.




Post of Superintendent of Public
Works, St. Vincent.


APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Superintendent of Public Works, St. Vincent,
on contract or secondment for a period of three
years in the first instance.

Salary: The Salary of the post will be in the
range from ['900 to f 1,000 per annum,
depending on the candidates expe-
rience and qualifications. In addition,
a transport allowance at the rate of
[;212. 10s. per annum is payable.
Cost of living allowance is not pay-
able.
Duties: The officer will be required to perform
all duties appertaining to the office
of Superintendent of Public Works as
laid down in Chapter 143 of the
Revised Edition (1926) of the Laws
of St. Vincent, and in other relevant
legislation. In addition he will be
required to undertake such other duties
as may from time to time be imposed
on him by the officer administering the
Government.
Quarters : Quarters are not provided.
Leave and passages: The officer will be
eligible to earn leave provided that
his work and conduct have been
satisfactory, at the rate of one week
for each completed period of three
months resident service. Free first
class passages are provided on first
appointment and on satisfactory
termination of contract, for the officer
and his family. Leave passages are
not provided.
The appointment carries with it the liability to
transfer to any post of equivalent status within the
Windward Islands.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, St. George's, Gren-
ada, and should reach him not later than 31st May,
19-58:


Supreme Court Notice.
THE following cases have been fixed for hearing
S by His Lordship the Chief Justice at York
House, St. George's, on the dates hereunder at,
9 30 a.m. daily:-

19th May, 1953.
Grenada Co-operative Bank vs. Javan
Marshall.
E. Gittens Knight vs. C. A. Camp!:ell &
Bridget Noel.
E. Gittens Knight vs. L. S. Blache.
Moses Harroo vs Eric Henry & Evelyn Wise.
James La Qua vs. Gerald Sandiford, Robert
Stewart & Johnson Stewart.
Grenada Trading Co. vs. J. W. Nicholson.
James Langdon'vs. Creton George.
Evelyn Hastic vs. Charles Hastic.

20th May, 1953.
Louis Strauss vs. Eric M. Gairy.
Elvica Elaine Gilbert vs. Simon Edward
Gilbert & Rosalind Sanderson.
Bertie Hosten vs. Ango!i:a HIcsten & Peter
Bolah.

21st May, 1953.
Beresford John vs. Charles Langaigne & Cyrus.
Langaine.
J. L. Me Intosh vs. Charles Cayenne.

22nd May, 1953.
Elizabeth Hankey vs. Elnathan Pierre.
Clarissa Richards vs. Milton Mitchell & Miriam
Mitchell.


27th April, 1953.


J. H. V. REDHEAD,
'Registrar, Supreme Court.


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.

TAKE notice that the Grenada $100 Film
Company Limited at its last Extraordinary
General Meeting by special RESOLUTION decided
to be voluntarily wound up and that Mr.
F. L. GRESHAM has been appointed liquidator for
the purpose.

E. T. FENTY,
Secretary.
St. George's, Grenadla,
2-7th April, 1953.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

PURSUANT to section 4 of sub-section 13 (1) cf
the Nutmeg Industry (Amendment) Ordi-
nance 1949, a General Meeting of the Association
will be held at the office of the Chamber of
Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday,
28th May, 1953, at 2 p.m. at which six members of
the Association are to be elected to the Board for
the ensuing Nutmeg Year.
F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
14th April, 1953.


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134 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22).

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


OTICE is given that Area Meetings of the above Association will be held on the following dates and
places for the purpose of discussing the undermentioned Agenda and electing Delegates to attend
the next General Meeting of the Association.

Area Date Place Time


St. George ... lth May, 1953 Beaulieu R. C. School 6.00 p.m.
St. Mark ... 11th May, 1953 Anglican School 7 00 p m.
St. Andrew ... 11th May, 1953 Anglican Church Hall 4 30 p.m.
St. John ... 12th May, 1953 Grand Roy Government School 5.(0 p.m.
St. Patrick ... 12th May, 1953 Anglican School 5.00 p m.
St. David ... 12th May, 1953 Thebaide R. C. School 5.00 p.m.


Agenda for General Meeting of Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at the-
Chamber of Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday, 28th May 1953 at 2 p.m.
1. Minutes of the last two General Meetings.
2. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
3. Financial Statement for the half year ended 31st Deceinber, 1952.
4. Election of six members to the Nutmeg Board for the ensuing Nutmeg Year.
5. Discussion on present position of Nutmeg Industry.
6. General Business.
F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
14th April, 1953.


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


NTOTICE is given that Area Meetings of the above Association will be held on the following dates
IT and places for the purpose of discussing the subjoined resolution and electing delegates to attend a
General Meeting of the Association requested by certain members in connection therewith.

Area Date Place Time


St. George ... 27th April, 1953 Beaulieu R.C. School 6.00 p.m.
St. Mark ... 27tb April, 1953 Anglican School 7.00 p.m.
St. Andrew ... 27th April, 1953 Anglican Church Hall 4.30 p.m.
St. John ... 28th April, 1953 Grand Roy Govt. School 5.00 p.m.
St. Patrick ... 28th April, 1953 Anglican School 5.00 p.m.
St. David ... 28th April, 1953 Thebaide R.C. School 5.00 p.m.


Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at the
Office of the Chamber of Commerce, Carenage, St. George's on Thursday 14th May 1953 at 10 a.m.


PROPOSED RESOLUTION TO BE SUBMITTED.

That the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association request the Governor to introduce legisla-
tion:-(1) To repeal the provisions of the Nutmeg Industry Ordinance which require all Nutmegs pro-
duced in the Colony to be delivered to the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association : (2) To make
such amendments to the relevant Ordinance or Ordinances as might be necessary to legalize : ( ) The
purchase of Nutmegs by persons and Corporations with licence granted under provisions of the Sale of
Produce Ordinance and subject to the provisions of that Ordinance. (b) The exportation of Nutmegs
by persons and Corporations in addition to the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association. (3) Generally
for legalizing the trading in Nutmegs by the purchase and exportation thereof by persons and Corpora-
tions."
F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
14th April, 1953.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22.) 135


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg
Association.

PURSUANT to Section 27 of the Nutmeg Indus-
try Ordinance No. 8 of 1946 a General
Meeting of the Associaticn requested by certain
members will be held at the Office of the Chamber
of Commerce, Carenage, St George's on Thursday
14th May, 1953 at 10 a.m. to discuss the adoption
or otherwise of the subjoined proposed resolution
-to be submitted :
That the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg
Association request the Government to
introduce Legislation:-
1. "To repeal the provisions of the Nutmeg
Industry Ordinance which require all
Nutmegs produced in the Colony to be
delivered to the Grenada Co-operative
JNutmeg Association,"


2. "'To make such amendments to the rele-
vant Ordinance or Ordinances ae might
be necessary to legalise:--
(a) The purchase of nutmegs by pers,"S d
Corporations with licence granted umbar
provisions of the Sale of Produce Ordi-
nance and subject to the provisions of
that Ordinance.
(b) The exportation of Nutmegs by per-
sons and Corporations in addition to
the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg
Association.
3. Generally for legalising the trading in
Nutmegs by the purchase and exportation
thereof by persons -and Corporations."
F, C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
14th April, 1953,


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.




i1 HE values of the respective grades of Nutmegs and Mace and the proportions of such values to be
advanced and the prices for outright purchases by the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association
have been fixed by the Nutmeg Board as under, until further notice:--

Effective 16th February, 1953.


SNominal Value Advance to Growers
GIADES per lb. per lb.


Uncired Nutmegs (in shell) ... 6 Cents 5 Cents

Cured Nutmegs (in shell) .. 10 do. 9 do.

Dried Cracked Grinders ... 2 do. 1 do.

D-ied Whole Mace ... 36 do. 34 do.

Dried Broken Mace .. 12 do. 8 do.

Mace Pickings ... 3 do, 2 'do


OLutrigli t Purchas',.!.
per ib,


6 C-nt

10 dj

2 1.



12 J.


Growers are reminded that the above rates are based on the devaluated rate of sterling and that
any material rise in the value of the R will adversely affect them.
F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed. 13th April, 19.3.











136 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2. 1953.-(No. 22).

British Caribbean Currency Board Abstract.


(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance 1950).


Notes in circulation at 31st December, 1952
Currency Fund:
Securities held by Crown Agents (Market value
at 31st December, 1952
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund
On deposit with Accountant General, Trinidad
and Tobago
Excess of Note Circulation over Currency Fund


.$ 46,433,292.00-


... $36,78.1,423 00
6,454,281 94

452 387.C4 $45,691,091.98
... 742,200.02
$46,433,292,00


Securities held by the Crown Agents for the Colonies on Behalf of the British
Caribbean Currency Fund at 31st December, 1952.


DESCRIPTION OF S i OCK


Australia 31% 1951/4 ...
do 34% 1954/9 ...
do 3 %1955/8
do 4 % 1955/70 ...
do 34% 1956/61
do 3 % 1958/60 ...
do 4 % 1961/64 ...
do 34% 1961/66 ...
do 3 % 1963/5 ...
do 34% 1965/60 ...
do 3 % 1964/66
do 3 % 1965/67
do 2T% 1967/71 ...
do 3 % 1975/77 ...
Barking 3&% 1954/9
Blackburn 24% 1960/5
Blackpool 3 % 1957
Belfast 2T% 1963/6
Bootle 31% 1958/62
Bradford 31% 1972/82
Burton-on-Trent 3% 1953 ...
Ceylon 34% 1954/9
do 31% 1959
dc 3 % 1959/64 ...
do 5 % 1960/70 ...
do 44% 1965
Consols 4 % 1957 or after ...
Cyprus 4 % 1956/66
do 34% 1969/71
East Africa High Commission 3'% 1966/8
do do 3j% 1968/70
do do 41% 1964/69
Exchequer 21% 1955
Federated Malay States 3% 1960/70
Funding 21% 1952/7 ...
do 22% 1956/61 ...
do 3 % 1959/69 ...
do 3 % 1966/8 ...
Gold Goast 3% 1954/9
do 42% 1956
o 41% 1960/70
do 3 % 1963 ...
Huddersfield 3i% 1958/63 ...
Hull 3 % 1958/63
do 3i% 1960/70 ...


Can ied forward


NOMINAL PICE V' LUE AT
VALUE PAID 31. 12. 52.


s. d. s. d s. d.
... 41,487 4 4 42,005 16 11 41,694 13 1
... 11,947 10 4; 12,081 18 6 11,469 12 4
... 47,365 4 10j 47.365 4 10 45.470 12 8
.. 45,000 0 0i 45,562 10 0 43,425 0 0
... 12,394 0 5, 12,394 0 5 11,526 8 9
... 15,339 5 10 15,147 11 01 14.265 10 10
... 31,000 0 0 32,046 5 06 30,535 0 0
... 97,719 2 2 96,497 12 4 90,390 3 6
... 16,124 18 8 15,298 10 7 14,109 6 4
... 37,385 5 21 35,235 12 1 31,964 7 11
3,195 17 2! 2,080 2 9 2,764 8 4
33,278 10 0' 30,990 12 1 2S,453 2 4
3,396 17 11 2,989 5 4 2,717 10 4
... 42,217 15 7: 37,521 1 0! 33,563 2 8
13,000 0 0 13,162 10 01 12,740 0 0
7,700 0 0 7,170 12 6 6,660 10 0
... 712 1 10 712 1 10 704 19 5
3,770 7 11 3,454 12 6 3,228 13 9
6,228 16 2 6,150 19 0 5'886 4 6
5,996 4 51 5,718 17 11 5,1 6 14 7
... 21,092 1 11 21,408 9 7 21,092 1 11
... 17,168 16 11' 17,383 9 1 16,567 19 9
... 7,472 3 8 7,500 4 1 7,135 18 8
... 16,731 18 0i 1l,250 17 2 15,142 7 5
... 13,200 0 0! 14,503 10 0| 13,662 0 0
... 18.047 17 2i 20,033 2 56 18,499 1 1
... 17,397 5 1 17,038 8 8 15.135 12 3
4,724 5 3i 4,848 5 5 4,606 3 0
... 107,344 12 8| 95,000 0 0 95,000 0 0
.144,820 14 0' 143,372 9 10 131,062 14 8
... 53,831 2 1i 48,038 0 11 48,178 16 9
.. 100,000 0 0! 99.500 0 0i 101000 0 0
... 50,000 0 0: 50,613 2 0 49,375 0 0
15,391 8 111 13,852 6 0 12,236 4 0
... 70,000 0 0 71,181 5 0 -9,-25 0 0
...1,968,918 7 10:1,867,588 16 11,840.938 13 11
... 0,000 0 0 47.00 0 0 4500 0
... 233,869 5 8 220,275 12 8 204 635 12 K"
2,004 10 6C 1,989 9 10 1,891 5 6
... 34,729 18 31 36,900 10 8 35,598 3 2
1,879 10 5 2,015 15 9 1,926 10 2
.. 2,188 16 6, 2,134 2 1 1,980 17 9
... 10,000 0 0 10,137 10 0 9,550 0 0
6,459 13 4; 6,483 17 10 6,168 19 8
9,162 15 4; 8,910 15 1Ci L,92 6 1


...3,451,694 6 3 3,308445 15 13,209,850 8 6


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.--(No. 22).


DESCRIPTION OF STOCK.



Brought forward

Ilkeston 31% 1959/64
Kenya 41% 1961/71
do 21% 1965/70 ...
do 21% 1971/76 ..
do 31% 1973/78
do 41% 1971/78 (Issued at 991 30 paid)
Leads 3% 1955/58
London Elec. Trans. Finance Corp. 2j% 1950/3
Malaya 3% 1974/76
Mauritus 31% 1957/62 ...
do 31% 1963/68
National Defence Loan 3% 1954/58
National War Bonds 21% 1952/54
do do 21% 1954/56
Newport (Mon) 3% 1952/5 ...
New Zealand 3% 1952/3
do 31% 1955/60 ...
do 5% 1956/71
do 31% 1960/4 ...
do 31% 1962/5
do 31% 1963/6 ...
do 3% 1966/8
do 3% 1973/77
Nigeria 3% stock 195 ...
do 4% do 1963 ...
do 31% do 1964/6
do 3% do 1975/7
Northern Rhodesia 3% stock 1963/5
do do 31% do 1955/65
do do 31% do 1970/72
do do 41% do 1965/75
Northern Ireland 32% 1968/70 ...
Palestine Gtd. 3% 1962/7 ...
Portsmouth 31 1972/82 ...
Savings Bonds 21% 1964/7
do do 3% 1955/65
do do 3% 1960/70 ...
do do 3% 1965/75 ...
Sheffield 31% 1953 ...
Sierra Leone 31% 1958/63 ...
South Africa 31% 1953/73 ...
do 31% 1954/59 ...
do 3% 1954/64 ...
Southampton 3% 1959/64
South Shields 3% 1956/8 ...
Southern Rhodesia 3-% 1961/6 ...
Swanesa 3% 1955/65
Uganda 3- 1966/9
War Loan 3% 1955/9




On Deposit in Joint Colonial Fund


N')MINAL
VALUE


PR[CIE VALUE AT
PAID 31. 12. 52.


s. d. s.
3,451,694 6 33,308,445 15

4,993 10 8 5,030 19
10,264 17 11 11,034 15
135,382 9 2 115,582 15
2,429 10 9 2,150 2
170,488 0 1 166,225 16
175,184 4 7 174,308 6
5,389 11 10 5,376 2
17,009 7 3 16,541 12
74,292 10 8 65,656 0
5,000 0 0 4950 0
70,049 15 4 68,955 4
73,156 4 8 74,802 5
988,929 6 9 999.809 5
745,067 12 1 758,804 15
14,924 2 1 15,054 13
24,617 17 6 24,879 8
20,828 4 11 21,140 13
16,000 0 0 17,320 0
30,843 1 7 31,170 1
17,265 15. 9 17,006 16
735 12 11 715 8
17,485 6 9 16479 18
24,471 13 10 21,840 19
25,152 8 5 25,781 4
40,331 19 9 43,003 19
50,000 0 0 48,625 6
31,348 3 7 27,821 10
6,813 12 5 6,541 1
12,670 7 11 12,607 0
338,238 0 10 333,587 5
200,000 0 0 121,000 0
4,925 13 1 4,771 14
6,253 2 10 5,831 1
1,624 14 8 1,539 8
2,202 15 7 1,997 12
1,056,182 11 101,027,137 11
104,477 2 6 96,314 17
33,303 18 3 29,890 5
5,000 0 0 5,175 0
816 7 10 '809 5
9,000 0 0 8,685 0
1,916 9 8 1,930 17
6,000 0 0 5,670 0
12,306 14 2 11,660 12
4,072 17 2 4,098 6
6,740 0 0 6731 11
3,957 17 0 3,715 8
327,122 10 1 291,249 0
288,302 4 7 295,518 11


8,675,262 15 68.364,976 2

1,344,642 1 51,344,642 1


d.
10


10
9
5'
(0I
f
0
4
7
9
81
8
2
2
6
11
5
0
7
1
8
1]
5
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
1
3
6
*8
7
0


s. d.
3,209,855 8 6

4,718 17 9
10,213 11 5
104,921 8 1
1,919 6 8
150,881 17 8
175,184 4 7
5,227 18 1
16.158 17 11
57,205 5 0
4,750 0 0
63,395 0 9
73,339 2 6
986,457 0 3
735,754 5 2
14,700 4 10
24,494 15 9
20,307 10 10
16,480 0 0
9,146 14 2
15,884 10 6
662 1 7
15,124 16 4
19,822 1 5
25,026 13 2
39,727 0 2
46,250 0 0
24,608 6 5
5,961 18 4
11,973 10 6
302,723 0 11
122,000 0 0
4,457 14 4
5,596 11 3
1,405 7 11
1,861 7 0
982,249 16 2
89,850 6 7
27,975 5 9
5,075 0 0
771 9 10
7,605 0 0
1,791 18 3
5,130 0 0
11,137 11 5
3,991 8 0
6.167 2 0
3,542 5 6
297,681 9 7
289,022 19 8


98,080,088

51,344.642


2 6

1 5


On deposit with Accountant General, Trinidad &
Tobago ... ... 94,247 6 0 94:247 6 0 94,247 6 0


TOTAL


Conversion at rate of 4/2 to $1-00


10,114,152 2 1119,803,865 10


219,518,977


9 11


$ 48,547,930-30 47,058,554*44 45,691,091-98


Headquarters
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad.
11th March, 1953.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.


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'138 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22.)

TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1953.




Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.
A.-IMPORTS.

March, 1953. Jan-March, 1953.
ARTICLE
Quantity Value Quantity Value


$ $
Beer, Ale and Stout (gals)..... 3,567 10,190 5,857 16,744
Bread, Biscuits and Cakes (lb) ... 18,836 5,7P6 48,334 15,187
Butter and Butter Substitutes (lb)... 22,438 11,426 65,452 33,114
Fish (dried, salted, picked,
noked) (lb) ... 94,522 28,360 279,581 77,665
Flour and grain-
Flour Wheaten (lb) ... 539,565 48,192 1,926,414 180,553
Cornmeal ... 7,500 769 7,615 792
Oats ... 4,800 363 26,000 1,991
Rice ... .256,000 28,778 '497,009 51,452
Meat-Salt and Pickled (lb) ... 25,272 13,513 71,128 23,770
Smoked or Cured (lb) .. 1.953 1,968 3,466 3,606
Milk, Condensed (lb) .. 7,062 3,711 41,320 14,736
Spirits and Wines (gals) ... 1,955 8,641 6,517 22,181
Sugar-refined (lb.) ... 11,468 1,554 67,818 9,551
unrefined ... 107,630 11,448 623,014 58,965
Tobacco-unmanufactured (lb) ... 11,648 12,148 24,959 26,932
cigarettes ... 756 2,419 1,355 4,284
Iron and Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ... .....
Wood and Timber Unmanufactured
lumber (ft) ... 25,742 7,374 66.498 20,157
Shingles 1,600 40 9,900 221
Apparel (value)... ... 7,397 ... 20,611
Binas and Sacks (value) ... ... ... ... 6,104
Boots, Shoes and Slippers (doz. prs,) 1,145 22,395 2,201 53,079
Carts, Carriages, etc.-
Motor Oars (No.) ... 21 36,856 24 39,690
Other Commercial Vehicles (No) .. 1 2,526 2 5,656
Road Motor Parts (value) ... ... 9,250 ... 11,640
Tyres and Tubes (value) ... ... 12,749 ... 18,202
Cement (tons) ... 360 20,554 446 25,F80
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards) 19,458 9,170 100,808 45,002
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ... 45,489 22,224 80,750 42,450
Other (value)... ... 60 .... .769
Electrical Supplies (value) ... ... 17,162 ... 25,863
Fertilisers and Manures (value) ... ... 12,748 ... 26,255
Hardware (value) ... ... 13,738 ... 33,617
Iron and Steel Manufactures (tons) 30 26,284 65 73:507
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons) ... 127 ... 218
Air conditioning and refrigera-
ting (tons)... ...
Conveying, hoisting, excavating,
road construction and mining
(tons) ... ............
Electrical (tons) ... .....
Engines not for vehicles (tons) ... ...
Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ... ... ... ***
Oils-Illuminating and burin-
ing (al) ... 1,430 661 23,788 6,493
Fuel (gais) .. 6,413 3,283 25,691 5,143
Motor spirit gals) ... 1,977 805 55,842 14,043
Painters' colours at. (bs) ... 12,354 4,745 40,878 23,503
Soap (lbs)... 31,666 7,419 64,988 14,395
Paper (all kinds) (value) ... .. 2,248 ... 15,156
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
(sq. yds.)... 1,194 3,085 1,506 3,477
Twine (Ibs)... 2,499 2,.25 :2,961 3,304












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1953.-(No. 22.)

B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


ARTICLE


March, 1953 Jan.-March, 1953.

Quantity Value Quantity Value


Ani:mals:-
Goats
Pigs
Sheep


Cocoa (raw)
Fruit and Nuts (fresh) a
Bananas (
Coconuts
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Juice (raw)
Spices :
Nutmegs
Mace
Other
Cotton Raw
Copra
Oils, essential-Lime
Nutmeg


(No.) ...
(No.) ...
(No.) ...
(cwts) ...
Ind
bunches)...
(No.) ...

(gals) ...

(cwt) ...
(cwt) ...
(owt) ...
(cwt) ...
(cwt) ...
(lb) ...
(lb) ...


$ $


...


10,482

1,159
7,100



3,050
846
168

697
1,305
1,620


640.827

2,253
271


124,732
110,803
28,699

10,442
11,745
7,728


,8,411

1,591
15,000

4,080

9,074
1,409
196

1,598
2,160
2,340


1,777,764

3,111
670

1,341

352,748
.196,847
33,423

23,946
18,953
10,239


A. D. W.- JOHNSON,
Acting Colonial Treasurer
4th April, 1963.


GRENADA.


PRINTED BY THE GOTBFMENT I WINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTINO OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE' S
1953


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