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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: May 9, 1953
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GRENADA.



Government Gazette.


Vl. is, S, M Y 9 thorit .. .


VOL. 71.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1953. [No. 23.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 135.
CONSEQUENT on the grant of sick leave to
SMr. E. A. BRATHWAITE, Mr. G. F. HOSTEN,
Clerk of the Legislative Council, will act as
Government Secretary, Manager of the Government
Printing Office and Medical Registrar in conjunc-
tion with his substantive duties with effect from
11th May, 1953, until further notice.
9th May, 1953.
P.F. 170.
P.F. 232.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 136.
3R. F. B. PATERSON, J.P., has been appointed
Sto be an Auditor for the District of Carriacu
under the Friendly Societies Ordinance (Cap, 93).
4th May, 1953.
M.P. 1852.

No. 137.
T is hereby notified for General information that
the Exequatur empowering Mr. GEORGE E.
MILLER to act as United States Consul at Port of
Spain, Trinidad, with jursidiction including the
Windward Islands, received Her Majesty's signa-
ture on the 22nd March, 1953.
6th May, 1953.

No. 138.
T is hereby notified for General information that
Monsieur HASAN NURELGIN has been accorded
provisional recognition as Turkish Consul-General
in London vice Monsieur MENNAN TEBELEN
pending the issue of Her Majesty's Exequatur.


His jurisdiction includes the British Colonial
territories (with the exception of Cyprus) British
Protectorates and Territories administered under
trust by the Government of the United Kingdom.
6th May, 1953.
M.P. 115 (II)

RESUMPTION.
No. 139.
BR. M. W. HAYLING, Special Grade Clerk,
Public Works Dapartment, resumed duties
with effect from 1st May, 1953.
8th May 1953.
P.F. 85

No. 140.
T HE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
for the Colonies has notified the Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to the
following Ordinance of the Grenada Legislature:-
No. 2 of 1953.-An Ordinance further to
amend the Magistrates Judgments (Appeals)
Ordinance 1936.
9th May, i953.

No. 141.
HE following documents are circulated with and
- form part of this Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 13.-The Probation of Offenders
(Amendment) Rules 1953.
S.R. & O. No. 14.-The Bank Holiday Pro-
clamation, 1953.
By Command,

E, A. BRATHWAITE,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
9th May, 1953.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1953.--(No. 23.)


POLICE.

Arrival in the Colony of His Excellency
E. B. Beetham, Esq., C.M.G., C.V.O.,
O.B.E., Governor-Designate of the
Windward Islands.

REGULATION OF TRAFFIC.

BY virtue of the power vested in me under sec-
tion 79 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1938, I hereby order that
between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m on
Tuesday May 12th, 1953:--
(1) That portion of the Carenage between its
junction with Young Street and the Post
Office Buildings be closed to Vehicular
Traffic.
(2) Young and Monckton Streets will be used for
Two-way traffic.

P. J. T. PICKTHALL,
Superintendent of Police (Grenada).
Police Headquarters,
St. George's
Grenada B.W.I.
8th May, 1953.


Post of Proof Reader, Government
Printing Office, Grenada,

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Proof Reader, Government Printing Office,
Grenada.
The post, which is not pensionable, is in the
salary scale of $792 x $72-$1,152 per annum, and
a temporary cost of living allowance is also payable
at an approved rate. The existing rate varies
between 30% of actual salary up to $960 and 25%
thereafter.
Evidence of educational background and previous
experience in employment should accompany
application. Two testimonials of recent date
should also be submitted.
The officer will be responsible to the Government
Secretary for the satisfactory performance of his
duties.
Applications must be addressed to the Secretary,
Public Service Commission, Government Office,
St. George's, and must reach him on or before 31st
May, 1953.
Government Office,
Grenada.
7th May, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL


NOTICES.


CUSTOMS.

II is hereby notified for general information tlhat
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 of containing together
not less than one gallon and a half on the
whole, or in demijohns 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 stone 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
tons burden.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Acting Collector of Customs.
18th April, 1953.


TREASURY.

Issue of Warrants under the Towns
Administration Ordinance Cap. 225.

NOTICE is hereby given that under the authority
of Section 33 of the Towns Administration
Ordinance, Warrants will be issued from this office
for the recovery of General Bates for the year
1953 which remain unpaid after the 31st May,
1953.
A. D. W. JOHNSON,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury,
5th May, 1953.


Under the Water Supply
Ordinance, Cap. 240,

OTICE is hereby given that the assessment
Lists for Water Rates for the year 1953, as
finally determined, may be seen at the Treasury,
St. George's, and at the respective District Revenue
Offices, between the 1st day-of May and the 31st
day of July, 1953 and that attendance will be
given during that period for the purpose of receiv-
ing the rates fixed by the several District Boards.

A. D W. JOHNSON,
Acting Cotonial Treasurer.
Treasury,
5th May, 1953.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1953.-(No. 23).


POST OFFICE.

Air Mail Services.
EFFECTIVE May 2, 1953, AIR MAILS will
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;
U. S.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.
11.00 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.
3,00 p.m. Registration 2 p.m.
Trinidad and British Honduras,

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

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

(B) AT GRENVILLE POST OFFICE.

Monday: 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: 1.30p.m, Registration 1,00 p.m.
Trinidad.
Thursday: 3.00 p.m. Registration F2.30 p.m.
Trinidad.
Friday: 3.00 p.m. Registration 2.30 p.m.
St. Lucia and Barbados.
Saturday: 11.00 a.m. Regisration 10.30 a.m.
Trinidad.

M. M1. PIERRE,
for Colon.iL Po.sImavler.


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


POST OFFICE.

Postage Stamps and Stationery.

IT is notified for general information that Air
Mail Letter Forms bearing facsimile of Grenada
7 cents Stamp and 25 cents Stamp, respectively,
will be placed on sale at Post Office counters on
Tuesday May, 12, 1953.

By Command,

JOHN KNIGHT,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Grenada,
5th May, 1953.


ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme


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

T 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 on
the forms provided for that purpose, entitled:
" Application Form for Rooted Cocoa Cuttings
Propagated for 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 cuttinigs 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 art applicant will to
inspected by an authorised officer, as soon
as possible after the receipt of the applica-
tion, for the purpose cf detel mining 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.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1953.-(No. 23).


(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.
(v) The area to be planted will be re-inspected
by an authorized 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 Chairian Cocoa Behabilitation Board.


Board of commissionerss of Currency
British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group)

THE Secretary of State for the Colonies has, on
the nomination of the Governor of Barbados,
appointed the Financial Secretary of that Colony
or the officer for the time being performing the
duties of that Office, to be ex officio the Commis-
sioner representing Barbados on the Board of
Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group).
The appointment takes effect from 26th March,
1953.
L. SPENCE,
SExecutive Commissioner,
British Carribbean Currency Board.
Headquarters,
Board of Commissioners of Currency,
British Caribbean Territories,
(Eastern Group)
Trinidad.
1st May, 1953.


Grenada Agricultural Scholarship.


PPLICATIONS are invited for the award of
S 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 recei ved;
(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 cf 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, 1953.

Government Office,
Grenada,
6th March, 1953.



NOTICE.

TENDERS 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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-'O VERNMENT GAZETTE,


MAY 9, 1953.-(No. 23.)


Tenders should be submitted for each of the three
projects separately. If a tender is awarded the
person to whom it is awarded may b1 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.




Award of Tenders for the Supply of
Building Material to the P.W.D.


T ENDERS for the supply of Building Material
for the month of May, 1953, have been
accepted by Government as follows:

Messrs. Geo. F. Huggins & Co. Ltd.
Pitch Pine Boards -Rough
,- -Dressed
.Floor Boards 11"
-1
S Ceiling ., -
Setg. all sizes
White Pine Boards -Rough
-Dressed

SPlank 2
S-- 1"
Cement-Drums
S -Sacks

Messrs. Thomson Hankey, Ltd,


Pitch Pine Plank

Shingles
Asbestos Sheets


- 2"
- 1al
-Wallaba


Messrs. General Traders, Ltd.
Canadian Cedar Boards
Shingles

Messrs. Jonas Browne d Hubbard Ltd.
G. I. Sheets in guage 26"
S- 28"

Messrs. IW. E. Julien & Co. Ltd.
Ridging 6" lengths
Galvanised nails 2", 21"
3", 4"

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Government Secretary.
4th May, 193.


NOTICE.


Assistant Inspector of -Schools,


Grenada.


SPPLICATIONS are invited for filling two new
posts of Assistant Inspector of Schools,
Grenada,
These posts are pensionable and carry a salary of
$1,920 x 96--$2,4,0 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 tlhar 15th May. 1953.

Government Office,
Grenada,
21st April, 1953.



Post of Superintendent of Public
Works, St. Vincent.

PPLICATIONS 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


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148


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 9, 1953.-(No. 23).


In the course of the trial to show cause two the learned Magistrate in the circumstances of this
witnesses were called, C. J. L. Pitt, a clerk of the particular case because of the nature of the
,Magistrate's Court, St. David's, and Herbert M. regulations, and of the Imperial Emergency
Squires, a clerk of the Magistrate's Court Powers (Defence) Act 1939, Emergency Powers
St. George's. The former proved the conviction (Colonial Defence) order in Council 1939 which
of the appellant on the 16th October 1952; the gave them birth. It is sufficiently indicated therein
latter was called to prove the conviction on the that they were framed for the public safety, and
27th November 1952 on which the breach of theI for the maintenance of public order.
recognizance was founded. After giving evidence Appellant was charged with a violation of the
of identification and of what took place in Court terms of his bond and the recognisance was for-
on that date he produced in evidence the Charge feited in accordance with Section 21 (3), now
Sheet, No. 1658/52". The prosecution was there- section 21 (4), of the Criminal procedure Code and
after closed. This Charge Sheet was uncertified; Section 49 (1) of the same Code". These sections
it did not bear, though there is a place for it, a deal with the sanction and are set out above.
minute of the Magistrate's decision, conviction or Counsel for respondent conceded that section 49
order initialled by him or any authorized person (1) has no application to the case under review.
or at all. In short, there was then no satisfactory Section 21 (3) states that the Magistrate may
proof in law that the appellaht was ever convicted order the defendant, in default of compliance with
of the offence of holding a meeting without giving the order, to be imprisoned for three months. To.
the required notice. The Magistrate should have what order does this sub-section refer? It clearly
either adjourned the case for proper proof or should refers to what is stated in section 21 (1), and
have dismissed the complaint. The appellant respondent's Counsel so concurs, that is, to order
however elected to give evidence on his own behalf, the defendant (appellant) to enter into a recognis-
admitted the conviction thereby curing what might ance to keep the peace and be of good behavior for
have been a fatal defect in the prosecution's case. a period not exceeding six months. But the
It is essential in an endeavour to prove a previous appellant did so comply and therefore there was no
conviction that there must be produced an extract breach of the order as alleged in the summons.
or a copy of such conviction or charge sheet con- The breach of the wrong order was alleged and the
training an endorsement of such conviction purport- forfeiture and penalty imposed under a section
ing to be signed by any Magistrate having juris- which was not applicable. The appropriate section
diction over the offence in respect of which such which a minimum of industry and care would have
conviction was made or to be signed by the clerk revealed is to be found in the same civil procedure
or proper officer of the Court by which such con- code.
viction was made, or by the clerk or other officer Counsel for respondent invoked the aid of section
of any Court to which such conviction was returned. 23 of the Magistrates Judgments (Appeals) Ordi-
There must be of necessity in addition to the nance 1936 which states:
documentary evidence some proof establishing the If on the hearing, any objection is made
identity of the person referred to in the conviction, on account of any defect in a complaint or
It has been submitted by the appellant that he information, or on account of any omission or
was not on the 27th November 1952, convicted for mistake in the drawing up of a conviction or
using language similar to that for which he was order, and if it is shown, to the satisfatcion of
previously convicted in the Strauss' case; that the Court, that sufficient grounds were in proof
failure to give notice before holding a meeting could before the Magistrate who made the conviction
not constitute a breach of a recognisance to keep or order to have authorised the drawing up
the peace and to be of good behaviour. Appellant thereof free from that emission or mistake, the
did hold a meeting contrary to the regulations. Court shall amend the complaint or imforma-
Assuming, without deciding, that the holding of the tion or the conviction or order,and proceed-
meeting in itself did not constitute a breach of the thereafter as if the defect, omission, or mistake
recognisance, I am satisfied that were the act even had not existed ".
lawful, if it is reasonably probable that the natural He submitted that there was a mistake in the
consequences of the appellant's acts at the meeting drawing up of the summons requiring the appellant
were to provoke a breach of the peace, then to show cause under the wrong sections and that
appellant would not have discharged his obligation the Magistrate had made a similar mistake in
under the recognisance. The learned Magistrate convicting under those sections and awarding
in his reasons for judgment said appellant's action penalty thereunder; he urged that the appellant
in holding a meeting tended to create public disorder was not prejudiced and the complaint and conviction
and endanger the peace, he was of the view that it should accordingly be amended. This contention
was a'deliberate attempt to set the law at defiance is unsound; the provision.section 23 is the same
and a breach of the peace might be apprehended as The Quarter Sessions Act, 1849, Section 7
more serious than on the occasion when the (12 & 13 Victoria, chapter 45, section 7); the
appellant used threatening languageto an individual, section has time and again come under judicial
The evidence led was very scanty; no serious notice and it has been errphasised that it only
attempt was made to prove the case; reliance applies to error or omission in the drawing up of
seemed to be placed merely on the conviction for the order and not to a mistake in point of substance
an offence; it is not easy to understand this (R. v. Bradlaugh 1878, 43 J. P. 125; R. v. Padbury
approach for while in some cases the nature of the 1879, 5 Q. B, D. 126); nor is it applicable to a
offence committed -may imply a breach .or wrong penalty due to mistake in law and where a
apprehended breach of the peace or lack of good conviction is clearly wrong (R, V. Slade 1895
behaviour there are many others which would not 2 Q. B. 247). Here the learned Magistrate mis
constitute such a breach e.g. if A was convicted of conceived the position; he convicted the appellant
the offence of riding a bicycle without a light or B under the wrong section and imposed the wrong
of the offence of failing to take out a licence for his penalty. This cannot be cured by amendment.
car. It should have Leen easy to lead evidence of the The appeal is therefore allowed, the judgment of
nature of the meeting, its purport and any circum- the learned Magistrate reversed and the order and
stances connected with the regulations which sentence set aside.
might throw some light on the conduct of the JAC ON
appellant or induce a reasonable appreciation of D.. JAC
the likely effect of his actions. I am however not Chief Justice.
-J. Pi 1J L1 i ._fj l__ ._ -.- f..A -i i- 1.- fl..- ~f 1n


psid osed to interfere with the y


t s1 day of May, 1953.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY, 9, 1953.-(No. 23).


149


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


NOTICE 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 ... 11th 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 Sohool 5.00 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 December, 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.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


TrHE values of tle 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 Associatior
have been fixed by the Nutmeg Board as under, until further notice:-

Effective 10th February, 1953.
Nominal Value Advance to Growers Outright Purchases
GRADES per lb. per lb. per Ib,


Uncured Nutmegs (in shell) ... 6 Cents 5 Centi 6 Cents

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

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

Dried Whole Mace .. 36 do. 34 do.- 36 do.

Dried Broken Mace .-- 12 do. 8 do. 12 d.,

Mace Pickings ... 3 do, 2 do 3 do.


Growers are reminded that the above rates are based on the devaluated
any material rise in the value of the & will adversely affect them.


Date fixed : 13th April, 1953.


rate of sterling and that

F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.


GRENADA.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMEIbT PI:INTINS'/ OFFI"F
ST. GEORGE'S.
1953




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