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GRENADA.



Government Gazette.


Snubiid b bG SA nthoritY .


VOL. 71.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 105. No. 40


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


APPOINTMENTS.
No. 210.
W F. HUMPHREY Esq. has been nominated by
the St. Andrew s District Board to be a
member of the Central Water Authority for the
period ending 30th September, 1954, vice W.
McNeilly Esq., deceased.
22nd July, 1953.
M.P. A. 87/39.

No. 211.
rTHE nomination by the Governor-in-Council of
S Mr. DAVID BUXO to receive the Grenada
Agricultural Scholarship, 1953, at the Imperial
College of Tropical Agriculture, Trinidad. is hereby
Announced.


Mr, BUxo will be required to pursue
year course of training leading up to the
of the Imperial College.


a three
Diploma


17th July, 1953,
M.P. 351 II.

No. 212.
MIR. A. D. W. JOHNSON, Special Grade Clerk,
-,1 Treasury Department, has been appointed
to the post of Deputy Treasurer, St. Vincent.
24th July, 1953.
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VACATION LEAVR.
No. 213.
MR. E. GITTENS KNIGHT, Competent Authority,
on 3- months pre-retirement vacation leave
with effect from 18th July, 1953.
24th July, 153.
P. F. 17.
P. F. 25 II.


No. 214.
R. ERIC GLEAN, Engineer-in-Charge, Electri-
city Department, on 18 weeks 6 days
vacation leave with effect from 8th July, 1953.
24th July, 1953.
F.F. 137.

No. 215.
ISS I. MOE, Class 1 Clerk, Government Office,
on one month vacation leave with effect
from 22nd July, 1953.
24th July, 1953.
P:F. 270

ACTING APPOINTMENTS.
No. 216.
ONSSEQUENT on the grant of leave to Misses
J F. A. i. RAPIER and M. E. BYER, Class I
Clerks, Governor's Office, His Excellency the
Governor has approved the following acting
appointments with effect from 20th April, 1253:--
Mr. M. A. MCINTYRE, Class II Clerk, to act as
Class I Clerk.
Mrs. E. THORNE, Class III Clerk, to act as
Class II Clerk with effect from 1st May, 1953.
Mr. R. A. BAIN, Class III Clerk on secondment
to the Governor's Office, to act as lass II Clerk.
21st July, 1953.
M P. 331 II

No. 217.
ONSEQUENT upon the grant of 31 inonths
C pre-retirement vacation leave to Mr. E.
GITTENS KNIGHT, Competent Authority, Mr.
W. G. DONELAN, Accountant, Control Office, has
been appointed to act Competent Authority, with
effect from 18th July, 1953.
24th July, 1953.
P.F 17.
P. ]. 25 11












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1953.-(No. 40.)


No. 218.
CONSEQUENT upon the grant of 18 weeks. 6
days vacation leave to Mr. ERIC GLEAN.'
Engineer-in-Charge, Electricity Department, Mr.
H. W. D. SCOTT, Assistant Engineer, has been
appointed to act as Engineer in Charge, with effect
from 8th July, 1953.
24th July, 1993.
P.F. 187.
P.F 706

RESUMPTION.
No. 219.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 197 of
11th July 1953, His Honour W. MACMILLAN
resumed duties on 24th July, 1963,
24th July 1953.
?,F. 5/5

No 220.
M RR. A. L. DOPWELL. Deputy Treasurer, Gren-
ada, returned from St. Vincent, on 21st
.July, 1953, after his acting appointment as Colonial
Treasurer, St. Vincent, and assumed the duties of
his substantive office.
24th July, 1953.
P.F. 377.

No. 221.
Tf HE following documents are circulated with and
Sform part of this Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 19.-The Hospitals Ordinance,
Proclamation, 1953.
S.R. & 0. No. 20.-The Animals (Diseases anpd
Importation) Ordinance, Proclamation, 1953.
By Command,

EMERSON S. GITTENS,
Government Secretary.
Government Office,
25th July, 1953.


NOTICE.

COPIES of the Wells Report on Friendly
Societies in the West Indies" are available for
sale to the public at a cost of 7/6 ($1.8.0) per copy
at the Government Office.
Government Office,
Grenada,
23rd July, 1953.


TEND ERS.

1. Sealed tenders will be invited for the supply
of cement, lumber, and roofing material to Govern-
ment Departments, month by month, during the
remainder of the year, 1953, in (a) the town of St.
Georges and (b) in each of the districts.
2, Goods supplied on contract by a successful
tenderer must be clearly stencilled "P. W. D." (or
such other department as is concerned) on or before
delivery of the goods.


3. Tenders for the month' of August should be
'submitted to the t chairman, Tenders Board by the
20,t day of July and those for the ensuing months
of the year should be submit d by the 2bth day
of the month next preceding the month to which
the tender refers.
CHAIRMAN TENDERS BOARD.


I~'ybel Courses.

THHIS Government has been informed by the
Froebel Educational Institute Training College
for Teachers, Roehampton, that it is proposed to
run a one year course from September. 1954, for
qualified teachers wishing to obtain a Froebel
qualification.
The phrase qualified teacher" should be inter-
preted as meaning a teacher who holds a teaching
qnalifpa4iin repogispd by the .Ministry of Educa-
tion as giving the holder qualified teacher status
in the United Kingdom. In addition, persons who
hold a degree of a recognized University with a
local teaching qualification, or who have in addition
to the degree some years teaching experience, will
be eligible for consideration. I understand, how-
ever, that no applications are likely to be accepted
unless the applicant has had at least three years
local teaching experience.
Candidates who wish to apply for nominations
for places qo these Courses should submit their
names and full particulars in writing to the
Administrator, no later than 10th September, 1953,
for transmission to the Director of Colonial
Scholars.
Government Office,
Grenada,
23rd July, 1253.
MP. 838.


NOTICE.

THIS Government has been informed by the
Registrar of the London School of Ecopomics
that the next entrance examinication for candidates
seeking admission to first degree courses will be
held on Tuesday the 16th February, 1954, and
will consist of one three hour paper of a general
nature. Candidates taking the entry examination
will be required to pay an entrance fee of C1. and
to be responsible for any local charges (as for
example for invigilation) which may arise. The
last date for the receipt of applications will be the
1st January, 1954. Such applications must be
approved by the Overseas Students Committee of
the Academic Board of the School before permission
to sit is granted, but must be accompanied by the
entry fee.
Students wishing to read for the L.L B. degree
are unlikely to be accepted unless they have already
entered for or completed the intermediate L.L.B.
examination. The entrance examination in no way
gives qualifications for ad4ni~ion, which must he
obtained separately, but that it is a semi-com-
petitive examination designed to aid the school in
assessing the potential ability of th3 candidates.
Government :Office,
Grenada,
23rd July, 1953.
M.P. 838.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1973.-(No. 40).


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.

The Motor Vehicles and Roaq Traffic
Orf(inn.cq, 1953.

Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the
half-year perig,#, st July to 31st
December, 1958.


Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles
Traffic Regulations, 1938.


and Road


SWNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-ye~rly inspection of these vehicles will com-
mence as follows:-
Sauteurs Police Station :
Tuesday 30th June and Monday 6th July
from 9 a.m. to 3 p m.
Gouyave Police Station :
Friday 10th July from 9 a,m. to 3 p.m. and
Thursday 23rd July from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Victoria Police Station:
Thursday 23rd July from, 9 a m. to 12 noon.
St. George's Traffic Branch, Police Ieadquarters :
Tuesday 7th July, Monday 20th July and
Wednesday 22nd July from 9 a.m to 3 p.m
Carriacou Police Station :
Monday 27th July to Thursday 0th July
from 2 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their respec-
tive District Re.venue Offices and then approach
the inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffip
Branch; Police Headquarters, in advance with a
view to effecting any alterations that may be
necessary to comply with the provisions of the
provisions of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance. 1938, and of the Regulations made
thereunder.
Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have been recently overhauled.
The body and wings, axle. chassis, frame steering
arms, springs, trackrods, brake connections.
shackles, bolts, nuts, split pins engine shield and
case clutch, gearbox, magneto or coil, air filter,
carburettor, and all working parts must be cleaned
in order to admit of proper examination Dust
covers, if used, must be removed before presentation
in order to admit of an examination being made in
full. All split pins, etc, must be clearly exposed,
also chassis and engine number. Drivers' sets
must be securely fastened so that the driver can
have proper control over the vehicle. Spot lights,
musical horns and whistles are strictly prohibited.
Each vehicle must have its tare and maximum gro-s
weight .painted in white figures not less than
:2j inches in height upon a black ground in a con-
spicuous,place on the right or cffside of the vehicle.
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the Regula-.
tions No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a condition
as to render each letter or figure readily distinguish-
able. The attention of owners of Motcr Omnibuses


and Goods Vehicles is specially directed to Regula-
tion 23 (11) (a) regarding the position of front
lamps. Spot lights will not be allowed except with
the written approval of the Licensing Authority.
The attention of the owners of Hiring cars and
Motor Omnibuses is directed to the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, No. 6
of 1944, as amended by the Motor vehicles and
Road trafficc (Amendment No. 2) Regulations, No.
73 of 194'; whil.h ieqqire that printed copies of the
Tariffs of Maximum Fares be displayed in such
Vehicles. These are now available and may be
purchased at the Treasury, Si. George's apd at
any District Revenue Office, at 4 cents per copy.
Vehicles which have been found by the Inspector
to have defects must not be used on the roads
until they have been issued with a Certificae,
certifying that the vehicles may be duly licensed.

G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer,
Licensing Authority.


Payment of Water Rates-1953.

IT is hereby notified for general information that
Friday the 31st of July, is the last day for the
payment of Water Rates without fine in respect of
the year 1953.

G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.

The Treasury,
St. George's,
4th July, 1953.


POST OFFICE.

Appointment.
Licensed Stamp Vendor,

Mr. LENNOX NOEL, Victoria, July 20, 1953.

By Command,

JOHN KNIGHT,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Grenada,
July, 20, 1953.


AGRICULTURE.

T is hereby notified for general information that
with effect from 1st August, 1953 the following
will be the selling prices for checks and eggs:
Week-old Rhode Islandand Barred
Bock Chicks .. ... $4 80 per doz
Hatching Rock Chicks ... $1.20 ,
Other eggs when available ... 96 ,

M. A. G. HANSCEELL,
Director of Agriculture,

23rd July, 1953.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1953.-(No. 40).


NOTICE.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

Appenticeship Training Scheme 1953/4

APPLICATIONS are invited for four (4) vacancies
1 in connexion with the 1953/4 Agricultural
Apprenticeship Training Course, organised by the
Department of Agriculture, which will commence
on October 1, 1953,
2. Applicants must state their age and educational
qualifications, and previous experience in agriculture.
In addition, reasons should be given for their
interest in the above-mentioned course and also
Some indication of the opportunities that will be
available to them, on completing the course, for
practising agriculture.
3. The course is designed to provide training in
the practical.aspects of agriculture, animal hus-
bandry etc., applicable to Grenada. Selection will
normally be made of candidates between the ages
of 17 to 20 years old.
4. It must be clearly understood that Government
is under no obligation, expressed or implied to offer
any employment in the Department of Agriculture
on the termination of the course.
5. The successful applicants will each receive an
allowance of $384 per annum during the period of
the course, and in addition will be supplied with
furnished quarters at Mount Moritz Agricultural
Station.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Director of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture,
St. George's, and should reach him not later than
August 31, 1953.

M. A. G. -!ANSCBELL,
Director of Agriculture.
St. George's,
3rd July, 1953.


POLICE NOTICE.


Race Meeting Queen's Park,
3rd and 4th, 1953.


August,


Regulation of Traffic.

BY virtue of the powers vested in me under
section 79 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1938, I hereby order that after
10 a.m. on the 3rd and 4th days of August
1953: --
(i) All vehicles entering Queen's Park shall pro-
ceed by way of Emboucherie Road, and
enter the Park through the Western
Entrance.
(ii) All vehicles leaving Queen's Park shall pro-
ceed by way of the Wooden Bridge.
(iii) All Motor Lorries and Motor Omnibuses
will proceed direct to the parking area
allotted to them nc the open space lying to
the East of the Race Traick where they will
set down and take up passengers. The
setting down and taking up of passengers
elsewhere in the Park is prohibited.


(iv) Vehicles will be prohibited from parking or
waiting :
(a) On that portion of Melville Street and
the Emboucherie Road which lies.
between their junction with the River
Road and a point on the Emboucheris
Road situated 60 feet to the North of
the Western Entrance to Queen's Park.
(b) On that portion of the River Road
which lies between a point on the road
situated 100 feet to the East of the
Wooden Bridge at Queen's Park and
intersection with the Emboucherie
Road.
2. Taxi and Omnibus drivers are requested to
avoid drawing up their vehicles for the purpose of
setting down o: taking up passengers in the
vicinity of the entrance to and the exits from
Queen's Park after the hour of 11.30 a.m. on the
3rd and 4th days of August, 1953.

13. B. HUMFREY,
Acting Superintendent of Police.

Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada
20th July, 1953.


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


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


British Caribbean Not
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Leeward & Windwa
Islands
Total British Caribbea
Notes
Trinidad & Tobag
Government Note
Circulation
Barbados Governme
Note Circulation
British Guiana Gov
ment Note Circul
Total Government No
Circulation
Total Circulation on
1st July, 195. .


es:


$43,074,767
2,936,848
$46 011,615


... $21,217,021
.. 5,734,400
... 10,888,007
,rd
... 6,245.600
in
$44.085:028
o

... $1.896,717
ent
... 209,265
ern-
ation 715,282
be
.. 2,821,964

$46,906,292


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.

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


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- GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1953.-(No. 40.)


245


"Memorandum by the Director of Colonial 5. Applications from all candidates whether
Scholars on the arrangements for scholars or private students, should contain the fall
sending Colonial Students to the particulars as set out in Appendices A and B of the
United Kingdom for higher Educa- Memorandum enclosed with Circular Savingram
tion in the 1954/55 session, 11078/51 of the 24th July. 1951. It is requested
that the form of application should be amended to
include all these particulars, where this has not
TJ ERE is again likely to be severe competition already been done, and tat all copies of the old
for entry to the Medical Schools and, in lesser forms should be withdrawn from use.
-degree, to the Faculties of Dentistry, Engineering Attention is drown again to the suggestion made
and Science, where a solid background of scientific in paragraph 5 of Appendix A that where possible
knowledge and a high standard of attainment are an indication should be given in the papers of the
prerequisites to acceptance. Entry to other candidate's proficiency at games and of his hobbies
University courses for students of potential ability and cultural interests and pursuits. Universities
is relatively easier, and every effort will be made attach great importance to this point in addition in
to secure vacancies for all well qualified students to the usual evidence of academic ability.
who are recommended through the usual channels.
Students may be reminded that entry to the With reference to paragraph 1 (11) and paragraph
Universities of Oxford, Cambridge and London is 6 of Appendix A, a special note should be made in
most difficult to secure; their attention may be the medical certificate (or elsewhere in the papers)
.drawn to the advantages of seeking admission to if the candidate has suffered any serious illness in
the residential Colleges of the University of Wales, the past or if there has been any history of mental
the Universities in Scotland and the provincial trouble in the family.
Universities in England.
Universities in EnglandWhere a scholarship has been awarded, or is in
2. Students should, so far as is practicable. com- prospect, details should be given at the time of
plete their pre-matriculation studies in their own application.
country, and should take advantage of such local .
facilities for higher education as may exist before 6. Where candidates have recently sat or are
seeking recommendation for admission to Univer- about to sit Certificate examinations and the
sities in the United Kingdom. results are not yet available, a full confidential
tste nteU ie igo .4 f 4- 1- d- b1 1- :


3. It is most undesirable that direst applications
should be made, either by students themselves or
by Government Departments or other sponsoring
organizations on their behalf, for admission to
.educational institutions, or that would-be candi-
dates should come to the United Kingdom
unannounced and without recommendation in the
hope of securing entrance. Students should be
strongly dissuaded by all possible means from pro-
ceeding to the U:ited Kingdom until they are
assured that a place is available for them.
4. Universities are tending to insist on early
:application and the main body of applications
should be in my hands not later than the 31st
January, 1954, if full advantage is to be taken of
the places available.
Applications for entry to medical schools, how-
ever, must reach me by 1st July this year, as
already notified to you, since the entry lists to
most medical schools close early in the autumn
previous to tne year for which admission is desired.
Similarly, applications for entry to medical schools


Iepor romIULI e ea masteri dL aIIUl should be su u Ltu .
Where results are awaited or the original certificates
are not available a note of the c ndidate's index
number and the location of the examination centre
should be supplied.
7. Students proceeding to Universities, particu-
larly Oxford and Cambridge, should be reminded
that they have to incur certain initial expenses, e.g.
on the purchase of books and household equipment
for their rooms, and should be advised to provide
themselves with a small sum of money to cover
such contingencies, which they might otherwise
have difficulty in meeting out of the initial instal-
ment of their allowance. Caution Money, too,
varying from 40 and 75. is payable on entering
an Oxford or Cambridge College, although the
greater part of this is eventually repayable when
the student goes down. In the case of scholars an
advance may be made to meet the Caution Money,
but the liability repayment of the advance by
instalments may upset a student's budget over the
subsequent period and some initial provision would
be a help.


55 should reach me by 1st July, 1954, and 8. It would be of assistance to the British
ding candidates should be warned in advance. Council representative in the territory if he could
the following categories also an early approach be informed as soon as it is known that a student
sential and applications should reach me by has been placed, so that he can put the student in
Oth November, 1953 at the latest, touch with or';nnisations who may be able to help
Courses in Dentistry, Engineering and him and can discuss the question of his accommoda-
Science. ticn i, arrival in the United Kingdom
Teachers' training courses (including physical 9 If a student decides to withdraw or to relin-
training, domestic science, and Froe)el and quiish a place which has been obtained for him, he
other kindergarten training) for which the should report at once so that I may he informed
sponsorship of the Ministry of Education is and notify the University or College concerned.
required, 10 Information about the arrival of students
Admissions to Oxford and Cambridge Colleges. should be supplied as far in advance as possible,
Awards under the 1.(00,JU00 Colonial giving the date aid the name of the boat and port
Development and Welfare Scholarship of disembarkation or the flight number of the pl-ne
Scheme. so that the British Council may he advised in time


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 25, 1953.--(No. 40).


to make the necessary arrangements for meeting
and accommodation.
11. Private students, as well as scholars and
bursars, should be advised to report in person on
their arrival to the Director of Colonial Scholars or
his representative at the Colonial Office. They
will then be put in touch with their own Govern-
ment Liaison Officers and given every assistance
possible.
Colonial Office,
June, 1953.


Government of Grenada, Appointment
of Wharf Manager.

SAPPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Wharf Manager. The salary now attached to
the post is $2,880 (fixed) per annum, together with a
cost of living allowance at the rate of $480 per
annum. Civil Service salaries have however,
recently been under review and the new salary
recommended for the post of Wharf Manager is
$2,88 x 120 x $3,840 and no cost of living
allowance. The whole revision is, however, under
active consideration by Government and no promise
that the new salary will be accepted can be given.
The officer appointed will receive such salary with-
in the approved scale as his experience and qualifi-
cations justify. He 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 pensionable status. A contract of
employment will be for a period of three years.
in either case the officer selected will be subject to
the Colonial Regulations and General Orders in
force from time to time. A medical certificate of
fitness will be required. Government doe4 not
provide free quarters but quarters may be provided,
if available, at a rental of 5% of their capital value
or 10% of the officer's total emoluments, whichever
is the less. The appointment does nct carry a
motor transport allowance. A commuted overtime
fee at the rate of $240 per annum is payable.
2. The Wharf Manager will be in control of all
shipping operations in St (,eorge's harbour, and
will direct the manner and times of berthing and
departure of vessels and the allocation of berths.
Be will be responsible for the orderly stowage,
safe custody and removal of cargo on and from the
wharves; for the exercise of discipline over all
Government officers, including Customs Officers,
while they are employed on the wharves in St.
George's harbour; for the inspection and surveying
of all intercolonial vessels and coastwise traders.
He will be the senior member of the Board of
Examiners for the issue of certificates of com-
petency to masters and mates under the Shipping
Ordinance; a Surveyor under the Merchant Ship-
ping Act, 1894; and the Shipping Master and
Registrar of Shipping. He will ensure the proper
care and maintenance of all harbour buoys, marks,
beacons, lighthouses, piers, jetties. wharves,
launches, boat,4 etc., in Grenada and Carriacou,
3. Applications, accompanied by two references,
must reach the Secretary, Public Service Commis-
sion by the 21st Aicgust, 1953.
Government Office,
Grenada,
21st July, 1953.


'GRENADA.

In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands, Grenada.

Suit No. 52 of" 1952.
Between
THE GRENADA BUILDING AND Plaintif,
LOAN ASSOCIATION, j
and
HERBERT MELVIN SQUIRES, Defendant.

FOR sale at this Office on Friday, the 7th day
S of August, 1953, at 12.00 o'clock noon by
Order made the -.th day of November, 1952, ALL
THAT lot of land situate at Temp6, St. George's,
Grenada, contai ,ing :,465 Square Feet and bounded
as described in the plan marked G" annexed to a
Conveyance made the 12th day of December, 1947,
between Robert DeSousa of the One part and the
Plaintiff of the Other part and recorded in Liber
F 9 page 912 ALSO ALL PHAT lot of land situate
at Temp6 aforesaid, containing 4,b83 Square Feet
and bounded as described in the plan marked S"
annexed to a Conveyance undated and made Be-
tween the Plaintiff of the One part and the
IDefendant of the Other part and recorded in Liber
F9 page 95J TOGETHER with the buildings
thereon.
The Sale is subject to the usual conditions, a
copy of which may be seen at this Office
and to the REDUCED RESERVE PRICE OF
797. 3. 3.

GORDON RENWICK,
Deputy Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
20th July, 1953.


VACANT POST.


Montserrat.


PPLICATIONS are invited for an appointment
as Principal of a new Government Secondary/
Senior School which will be opened in Montserrat,
in the Colony of the Leeward Islands, early in 1954.
2. The post is pensionable and the appointment
will be on probation for two years, and subject to
the passing of a successful iredical examination.
The successful applicant will be expected to assume
duty as soon as possible after the end of the
\iichaelmas term, i.e. about mid-December, 1953.
The cost of passage to Montserrat will be paid for
the successful applicant and his family, up to a
maximum of four passages for his wife and children.
3. The salary of the post is at the rate of $4,560
per annum. Rental for a governmentt house will be
charged at the rate of 10% of the officer's salary or
the assessed annual rental value of the house,
whichever is the less.
4. The School will consist of an 'academic'.
section for the fee paying pupils, where a course


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leading to the Overseas Higher School Certificate
Examination of Cambridge University may be
taken, and a "senior' section, where the usual
basic subjects will he taught and emphasis placed
on the teaching of practical subjects,
5. Applicants should hold a degree of a Univers-
ity within the British Commonwealth. A good
certificate from a recognized teacher-training insti-
tution, or an educational diploma will be regarded
as an asset.
6. Applications with at least two testimonials
should be addressed to the Commissioner, Mont-
serrat, and reach his office not later than 31st
August, 1953.

By Order,

Js. H.. CARROTT,
Acting Chief Clerk.

Commissioner's Office,
Plymouth, Montserrat,
1st July 1953.


University College of the West Indies.

Medical Laboratory Technician.
F OLLOWING an award for the purpose of train.
ing technicians, the University College of the-
.West Indies invities applications from senior
laboratory technicians holding a certificate of the
I.M.L.T. (Pathological Technique) for that purpose.
The period of duty will be two years at a salary
of 750 a year (of which 5% will be deducted for
superannuation) and return passage will be paid
for wife and family inclusive. A marriage allow-
ance of 75 will be paid if the person appointed is
not less than 25 years of age. There will be a
deduction of 5% of salary as rent for University
accommodation if this is available; if it is not, a
housing allowance of not more than 200 a year
will be made.
Candidates will be expected to commence duties
by, or soon after, October 1st, 1953. Applications
with testimonials should be forwarded to the Dean
of the Medical Faculty, University College of the
West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, B.W.I. as early as
possible.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1953.

NOTICE.

IN pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2) (a) of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952,
it is hereby notified for general information that the Governor in Council proposes to make the
undermentioned Order under section 3 of the said Ordinance. Any person who objects to the making
of such Order shall give notice in writing of his objection and of the grounds on which he relies in
support thereof to the Clerk of the Executive Council on or before the 5th day of August, 1953.

E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


1953


Aid to Pioneer Industries


SRO.


GRENADA.


STATUTORY RULES AND


ORDERS NO.


Order made by the Governor in Council under section (3) 1 of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952.
)____________________ (

1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (EDIBLE OIL) ORDER, 1953.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The manufacture of edible oil is hereby declared to be a.
pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and edible oil is
hereby declared to be a pioneer product for the said purposes.


Made by the Governor in Council this day of


, 1953.


Clerk of Executive Council.


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248 ,OVEiN: \',iENT GAZLTTE, JULY 25, P153,--'No. 40).

AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE 1952.

NOTICE.

IN pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2) 'a of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952,
it is hereby notified for general information that the Governor in Council proposes to make the
undermentioned Order under section 3 of the said Ordinance. Any person who objects to the making
,of such Order shall give notice in writing of his objection and of the grounds on which he relies in
support thereof to the Clerk of the Executive Council on or before the 5th day of August 1953,
E, A. BRATHWAITE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


1953 Aid to Pioneer Industries SRO.

GRENADA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. OF 1953,

Order made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1952.


1. Short title, This Order may be cited as the
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (REFRIGERATION AND COLD
STORAGE FACILITIES) ORDER, 1953.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The provision of refrigeration and cold storage facilities is
hereby declared to be a pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance,
1952, and refrigeration and cold storage facilities are hereby declared to be pioneer products for the said
purposes.

Made by the Governor in Council this day of 1953,
Clerk of Executive Couneil.


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE 1952

NOTICE.

IN pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2' (a) of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952
it is hereby notified for general information that the Governor in Council proposes to make the
undermentioned Order under section 3 of the said Ordinance. Any person who objects to the making
of such Order shall give notice in writing of his objection and of the grounds on which he relies in
support thereof to the Clerk of the Executive Council on cr before the 5th day of August 1953.
E. A. BRATHWAITE,
Clerk of Executive Councill


1953 Aid to Pioneer Industries SRO.

GRENADA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. OF 1953.

Crder made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952.
( ).


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the
A ll TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (CONFECTORY) ORDER, 1953.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The manufacture of confectionery is hereby declared to
be a pioneer industry for the purposes of.the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and confec-
tionery is hereby declared to be a pioneer pr duct for the said purposes.

Made by the Governor in Council this day of 1953.


Clerk of Executive Council.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 25 JULY. 1953.-(No. 40).


TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1953.




Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A.-IMPORTS.


June, 1953. Jan-Ju
ARTICLE
Quantity Value Quantity


$
Beer, Ale and Stout (gals) .... 4.661 12 327 17,660
Bread, Biscuits and Cakes (Ib) ... 28.032 8,172 131,421
Butter and Butter Substitutes (Ib)... 20,581 10,350 132,607
Fish (dried, salted, pickled,
smoked) (Ib) ... 3,450 465 470,397
Flour and grain-
Flour Wheaten (Ib)... 953,021 91,275 4,149,588
Cornmeal ... 12,500 1,297 49,091
O-its ... 21,000 1,472 85,500
Rice ... 270,000 29,097 1,269,980
Meat-Salt and Pickled (Ib) ... 10,310 4,099 110.080
Smoked or Cured (Ib) ... 2 408 2,340 9,003
Milk, Condensed (lb) .. 30,704 8,396 146,545
Spirits and Wines (gals) ... 2,518 7,737 14,908
Sugar-refined (lb.) .. ... ... 114,340
unrefined ... 68,147 7,311 849,355
Tobacco-unmanufaetuted (Ib) .. 11,111 9,533 52,042
cigarettes ... 441 1,415 2,67
Iron and Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ... ...
Wood and Timber Unmanufactured
lumber (ft) ... 95,027 27,741 317.963
ShiuJa eg,.. .. -* 13,650
Apparel' (value)... ... 16,123 ...
BaeR and Sacks (value)
Boots, Shoes and Slippers (doz. prs.) 515 14,950 3,573
Carts, Carriages, etc.-
Motor Cars (No.) ... 3 4,010 34
Other Commercial Vehicles (No) .. 1 3,866 8
Road Motor Parts (value) ... ... 1,421 ...
Tyres and Tubes (value) ... ... 4,901 ...
Cement (ton) ... 256 13,832 1,117
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards) 145,354 54,107 337,186
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ... 7,522 3,987 120,475
Other (value)... ..
Electrical Supplies (value) ... ... 17,459 ...
Fertilisers and Manures (value) ... 22,567
Hardware (value) ... ... 2,261 ...
Iron and Steel Manufactures (tons) 27 20,764 143
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons)
Air conditioning and refrigera-
ting (rons)...
Conveying, hoisting, excavating,
road construction and mining
(tons) ... ......
Electrical (tons) .. ..
Engines not for vehicles (tons) ... .
Steam oilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ... .
Oils-Illuminating and burn-
ing (gals) ..., 18,821 1.578 83,147
Fuel (gas) ... 12,940 2,588 50,696
Motor -ipirit gals) ... 42,551 12,974 186.103
Painters' colours etc. (bs) ... 6,087 3,313 71,089
Soap (Ibs)... 24,223 5.233 137,223
Paper (all kinds; (value) ... ... 1,961 ...
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
(sq. vds.)... 1,479 1,877 5,145
Twine (lbs)... 510 "29 8,495


me, 1953.

Value


$
48,109
42,838.
69,228.

125,314

381,321
5.051
6,290
132.808
36,694
8,996
48,187
52,974
15,287
81,574
51,743
8,838



93,207
608
68,s20
8,583
103,228

56,966
16,062
20,731
46,310
61,082

142,059
62,048
769-
99,987
69,539
44,894
131689

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18,413
8,704
38,902
38,313
30,630
28,922

8,618
6.665


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GOWERNMFENT 'GA2ETTE, iULY, 25, 1953.-(No. 40).


B. DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


ARTICLE


Ani:'als -
Goats
PigE
Sheep
Cocoa (raw)
Fruit and Nuts (fresh)
,Bananus (
Coconuts
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Juice .(0aw)
Spice :-
.NNutmegs
Mace
Other
Cotton Raw
Jopra
Cils, 'essential-Linme
Nutmeg


June, 1953 Jan.-June, 1953.

Quantity Value- 'Quantity 'Valte


(No.) ...
(No.) ..
(owfcs) ...
and
bunches)...
(No.) ...

(gls) ....

(cwt) ...


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


7,043

1,097
2,000

4,000

4,460
660
48

174
455
810


482.895


2,194
83

1,440

i2;166
'3,643
6,907

2,594
2,389
3;802


48,650

5,128
18,200

8,080

19,615
3,438
518
1.093
1,884
3,335
4,230


3,014,020

9,575
799

2,781

753,067
435,108
68;646
C6,066
28,204
27,736
18,966


G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Ireasurer


Oth July, 1.963.


NOTICE.


'Grenada Coopeioative Autmreg Association.
I T


THE values of the respective grades of Nutmegs and Mace and the proportions cf such values to be
advanced and the prices for outright purchases by the Grenada Cooperative Nutimeg A'ssociat:o.
have been fixed by the Nutmeg Board as under, until further notice:--

EffeCtive 15th June, 1953.
I i t -. I L I I


GRADES


Uncured Nutmegs (in shell)

Cured Nutmegs (in shell)

Dried Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Nominal Value
per lb.


7 Cent

11 do.

S 4 do.

43 do.

S 16 do.

. 4 do,


Adv


s


vance to Growers Ontr!lht Purrna,~e-
per lb. r*r h.

6 Cents 7 Cent:

10 do. 11 do

3 do. 4 do


41 do.

12 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.


43 as.

16 -:c,

4 do.


rate of sterling and that


F. C. HUGHES
Secretary.


Date fixed: 13th July, 1953..


GRENADA.

PRMNT D) BY THE GOVERNMENT PH1NTER A-' 7iE GOOV~RN.MENT PAINTING OFFICE,
ST. aa
1953


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