SIblishc bG, SAritiD .
VOL. 72.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1954. [No. 25.
DR. ADAM SOLTYSIK, Surgeon Specialist, Colony
Hospital, on 6 months vacation leave with
effect from 7th May, 1954. Dr. SOLTYSIK will be
proceeding to the United Kingdom.
8th May, 1954.
MIRS. MURIEL E. MORGAN, Librarian, on 6
Months vacation leave with effect from 15th
Mrs. MORGAN left the Colony on 15th April,
1954, for the United Kingdom to attend Courses
8th May, 1954.
M DENNIS ALEXIS, Class III Clerk, Magis-
trate's Office, Sauteurs, on 3 months vacation
leave in the first instance 'with effect from 39th
April, 1954. -
8th May, 1954.
O 1NSEQUENT upon the grant of 6 months
' vacation leave to Dr. ADAM SOLTYSIK,
Surgeon Specialist, Colony Hospital, Dr. F. C.
ALEXIS, Medical Superintendent, has been ap-
pointed to act Surgeon Specialist, with effect from
7th May, 1954, and until further notice.
8th May, 1954.
CONSEQUENT upon the grant of 6 months
\ vacation leave to Mrs. MURIEL MORGAN,
Librarian, Miss RITA FLETCHER, Assistant Libra-
rian, has been appointed to act Librarian with
effect from 15th April, 1954.
b8th May, 1954.
Special Efficiency Bar Examination.
FrU1E following are the results of the Special
L Efficiency Bar Examination for Civil Servants
held on 1st May, 1954:-
N. A. L. MILLER
B. A. MARIRYSHOW
L. M. SEON
I paper Paper.
Thr. e Candidates did not obtain the required
percentage to secure a pass in the General Paper,
and six in the Financial Paper.
Twelve Candidates sat the examination.
NOTE: A minimum of 50% is required for a
pass in the General Paper, and 40 % in the Finan-
8th May, 1954.
M.P. 303 II.
16S GOVERNMENT G-AZETr'i
~ L. A. TIOTTER, Land Settlement Officer,
resigned his appointment with effect Irom
8th May, 1954.
" No. 120.
T IHE undermeiftioned Ordinances which have )been
T assented toby His Excellency the Governor,
are published with this issue of the Gazete :-
No. 19 of 1954.-An Ordinance to amend the
Livestock (Annual Census) Ordinance, 1953.
No. 20 of 1954.--An Ordinance to prohibit the
removal of sand from certain beaches.
No. 21 of 1954--An Ordinance to amend the
Registration of Aliens Ordinance, 1953.
No. 22 of 1954.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Medical and Dentists Registration Ordin-
No. 23 of 1954.-An Ordinance to amend the
Petroleum Ordinance, 1952.
No. 24 of 1954.-An Ordinance to consolidate
and amend the law relating to the Sale of
No. 25 of 1c54.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance.
8th May, 1954.
THE following documents are circulated with and
form part of this Gazette : -
S. R. & O. No. 26,-The Consular Conventions
(Kingdom of Greece) Order, 1954.
S. R. & 0. No. 27.-The Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Shirts, Pyjamas and Underwear)
S. R. & 0. No. 28.-The Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (Manufacture of Jams, Jellies and
Fruit Preserves) Order, 1954.
Acting Government Secretary.
8th May, 1954.
PUBLIC NOTICE E
New Telephone System.
NFORMATION has been received from the
Secretary of State for the Colonies that a rep-
resentative of Messrs. Cable & Wireless Ltd. may
be expected to arrive in Grenada in early June.
The representative will be competent both to deal
with Government in the matter of the contractual
arrangements for the Colony's new Telephone
System and to arrange for any further ground sur-
vey which may be necessary.
3rd May, 1954.
EE, MAY 8, 19C4.-(No. 25.)
Windward Islands Free Tuition
Scholarships in Agriculture.
VPPLLIATIONS in writing for the award of a
1 free tuition scholarship in Agriculture tenable
at thle Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture,
Trinidad, beginning about October. 1954, will be
received at the Government Office not later than
15th May, 1954.
Applicants should submit the following particu-
(a,) Birth Certificate.
(b) Evidence of attendance at a school in this
Colony for not less than 3 years preceding
(c) Testimonials from 2 persons other than
school teachers under whom education
(4) Testimonials from Head Teachers of those
schools in the Colony which have been at-
tended, giving all significant details of school
(c) Schcol Leaving Certificate of the University
of Cambridge Examination Syndicate, or of
a similar examining body showing that the
applicant has passed in a subject or subjects
of the Science Group.
(j) A Medical Officer's certificate showing that
the applicant is in a normal state of health,
and generally fit and strong enough to pursu-
the full study course at the Imperial College
of Tropical Agriculture, Trinidad.
(g) Evidence of British Nationality.
Applications will be considered by the Public
Service Commission after which nominations will
be submitted to His Excellency the Governor, who
will make the award to a candidate from the
The Scholarship is in respect of tuition fees only,
and no assistance is provided for subsistence and
27th April, 1954.
Under the Water Supply
Ordinance, Cap. 240.
-TOTICE is hereby given that the Assessment
S Lists for Water Rates for the year 1954, as
finally determined, may be seen at the Treasury,
St. George's, and the respective District Revenue
Offices, between the 1st day of May and the 31st
day of July, 1951, and that atterdanco will be
given during tl:at period for the purpose of receiving
the rates fixed by the several District Boards.
9th April, 1954.
G. H, ADAMS.
Colonial Trc. surer.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. MAY 8, 1954.--(No. 25).
INCOME TAX ORDINANCE.
Income Tax Rules.
TOTICE is hereby giveci that Income Tax
Returns are required to be forwarded to the
Commissioners of Income .'ax not later than the
-31st May, 195:. by every person whose inconie
from every source whatsoever was over $480.00,
and every Company engaged in trade or business
during the year 195I.
2 The Income Tax Forms of Return must be
fully and correctly completed and should show
deductions claimed. Supporting vouchers, parti-
cularly Interest and Life Insurance receipts, are
to be forwarded with the Rleturns.
3. Employers are requested to submit to the
'Commissioners of Income Tax not later than
.31st Mlarch, 1954, a list of employees whose incomes
were over $360.00 per annum during the year 1953.
4. Any person who may not have received a
Form applicable to his or her partic-lar case may
obtain such a form cn application at the Income
Tax Office, St. George's, or any District Revenue
5. Attention is invited to Section 59 of the
Ordinance which lays down that failure to comply
with any Rule made under the Ordinance is an
Coin-tro!ller, In'ome lax
'The Income Tax Office,
1st March, 1954.
'TOTICE is hereby given that the above Exam-
ination will take place in December, as
The Entry Forms must be returned duly com-
pleted and accompanied by Treasury Receipts for
the Fees on or before Monday, 31st May, 1954.
The Fees payable are :-
For the School Certificate ...
For the Higher Slcool Certificate
Approved School Candidates
(full entry) ...
Other entries (first unit) ...
Each subsequent unit ...
With a maximum fee of
To these must be added the following local fees:
(a) School Certificate ... $3.60
(b) Higher School Certificate ... $5.00
An additional fee of $2.40 must be paid by each
candidate taking Ecience in any form (except
GRENADA ISLAND SCHOLARSHIP
Each candidate for the Grenada Island Scholar-
ship should state the subiect in which he wishes
his Ppecial Scholarship Paper to be set.
H. H. PILGRIM,
-TNDER the Authority of the Wrocks Ordinance,
Lj Cap. 249, Section 17, 1 appoint Mr. George
T. Pilgrim to be Receiver of Wreck, in Carriacou
and its ;renadines, and to have the general
superintendence of all matters relating to the
wreck of the Schooner "Molly N. Jones".
G. 1. ADAMS,
Ohief Receiver of Wrecks.
21st April, 1954.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme
Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected
Strain of Grenada Cocoa for Planting
IT is estimated that there will be rooted cocoa
cuttings at the cocoa propagation station
available to plant 400 acres in 1955.
2. Persons desirous of obtaining rooted cocoa
cuttings from the cocoa stations should supply on
the forms provided for that purpose, entitled:
"Application Form for Rootea Cocoa ('uttinys
Propagated for Distribntiac by the Cocoa, Industry
Imnprocement Scheme oi Grenada."
3. Application forms should be forwarded to the
Agricultural Officer (Cocoa), Mt. Horne Cocoa
Station, St. Andrew's on or before the 31st May,
4. Applications for rooted cocoa cuttings received
after the 31st May, 19.54 will neither be acknowledge
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 Agriculture.
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 convey-
ing the plants.
7. The conditions under which rooted cocoa
cuttings 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
S suitability of the site in regard to altitude
soil type, wind protection and other
ecological 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
(iii) If the area is declared suitable,an authorized
officer will inform the applicant what
minimum action is required of him by the
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 8, 1954.-(No. 25).
Department of Agriculture, in regard to
provision of ground shade, windreaks, soil
conservation measures, soil preparation etc.
The Agricultural Department will render all
assistance, guidance and advice in this
(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 equiva-
lent of one-eighth (L) of an acre.
(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
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.
W. R. E. NANTON,
Superintendent of Agriculture
and Chairman Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.
Applications for admission to Medical Schools
in the United Kingdom.
GOVERNMENT has been informed by the
Secretary of State for the Colonies that com-
petition for entry to medical schools in the United
Kingdom continues to be very keen and that almost
all schools receive far more applications than they
can accept. In order, therefore, that Colonial can-
didates may have the maximum opportunity of
succeeding in the competition for medical entry, it
is necessary that the papers of all medical candi-
dates desiring admission in 1955 should be in the
hands of the Director of Colonial Scholars by the
1st July, 1954. Applications for all the London
schools in particular must be received by the 1st
July, to enable them to be considered and effective
entries submitted by the due date. This applies to
an increasing number of the provincial schools.
Intending candidates from Grenada should ac-
cordingly submit their applications through Gov-
ernment in good time so as to avoid the delay and
disappointment which would inevitably be caused
by late application.
April 13, 1954.
Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st April,.
during February, 1954 :-Britishh
Caribbean Currency Notes ...
Government Currency Notes
British Caribbean Currency Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago (includ-
ing Montserrat) ... $24,055,067
Barbados ... 5,673,500
British Guiana ... 12,750,785
Grenada ... 1,574,900
St. Vincent ... 521,400
St. Lucia ... 859,000
Tominica ... 943,400
Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ...
Trinidad & Tobago
Note Circulation ...
British Guiana Govern-
ment Note Circulatiol
Total Government Note
Total Circalation on
1st April, 1954.
. ,- ,1. -1 '70
British Caribbean Curre'ncy Lo-d.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
,)URSUANT to section 4 sub-section 13 (1) of
1 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,
27th May, 1954, 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,
16th April, 1954.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 8, 1954.--(No. 25).
Regional Economic Committee of the
British West Indies, British Guiana
and British Honduras.
THE Regional Economic Committee invites
applications from suitably qualified persons
for the following post.
Assistant Trade Commissioner for the
British West Indies, British Guiana and
British Honduras in Canada-at an annual
salary in the scale $3,600 x $150-$4,800 (Canada)
plus a representation allowance of $1,400 .(Can.)
per anium. A house allowance of $1,200 (Can.,
p.a. and a child allowance of $500 (Can.) p.a. for
each dependent child under 18 years of age, up to
three in all, are payable. Salary and allowances
are tax free in Canada. Passages on assumption
and termination of appointment for the Assistant
Trade Commissioner and family up to five in all
from and to the place of engagement will be paid
by the Committee.
The post does not at present carry pension or
super-annuation rights. The appointment will be
for a period of two years in the first instance .
Candidates should possess a sound knowledge of
office organisation and administrative experience
in relation to trade and commercial matters. They
should also be proficient in the assembly and
presentation of statistical material, commodity
market reports, publicity material etc. Preference
will be given to candidates holding special quali-
fications in trade and commerce.
The Committee reserves the right to fill the post
by invitation if no suitable application is received.
Applications furnishing full details of candidates'
education, special qualifications and experience,
together with supporting documents and names of
two referees, should be addressed to the Executive
Secretary, Regional Economic Committee, Hast-
ngs House, Earbados, before 10th May, 1954.
Vacancy for a History Mistress at the Bishops'
High School for Girls Georgetown,
APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the post
of History Mistress, Bishops' High School for
Girls, British Guiana.
2. The duties are to teach mainly History,
including sixth form work to the standard cf the
Advanced Level of the General Certificate of
Education of London University. The person
appointed will be expected to take part in some of
the extra-curricular activities of the school in
addition to her teaching duties.
3. A University degree in History is required,
and preferably an honours degree with at least two
years' teaching'experience in a Grammar School.
A teacher's diploma would be an additional qualifi-
cation. A candidate who has good experience in
dramatic work or one who is able to coach tennis
or hockey should receive special consideration.
4. The salary is on the scale 5:)0 x 25-i625
I:er annum, the commencing salary being determin-
ed by the candidate's experience and qualification.
It is expected that a general revision of salaries
will take place in the near future.
5. In the case of a person born either in British
Guiana or in the British West Indies the appoint-
ment would normally be pensionable subject to the
candidate's medical fitness and to satisfactory
service during a probationary period of thi ee years,
but the successful candidate could, if she so preferr-
ed, be appointed on the terms stated in paragraph
(5 hereunder which are applicable to an appointee
who is neither a British Guiancse nor a British
6. A non-;uianese or a "non-West Indian would
be appointed on a three-year contract and on the
satisfactory conclusion of her period of service she
would be paid a gratuity calculated at the rate of
22W% of basic salary fcr each completed period of
three months' service, including approved leave
7. The Mistress selected for appointment wi!l be
subject to the Colonial Regulations and to local
General Orders and instructions in force for the
time being in so far as they are applicable.
8. A British Guianese or British West Indian
appointee who elected to be placed on the Pension-
able Establishment would be eligible for vacation
leave at the rate of five days for each completed
month of resident service up to a maximum of six
months, subject to her completion of a minimum
tour of service of two years and subject also to the
provision of funds annually by the Legislative
Council and to the requirements of the Public
Officers Leaveo (Passages) Regulati(ion, 195d2'
If' recruited for service on contract, the
Mistress would also be provided at the Colony s
expense with a passage back to. the country from
which she was recruited on the satisfactory com-
pletion of her contract. She would also earn
vacation leave on the same basis as laid down in
paragraph 8 above for officers on the pensionable
10. Applications should be submitted to the
Headmistress, Bishops High School for Girls,
British Guiana, not later than the 1st of July, 1951.
In the case of persons resident in the United
Kingdom, applications should be submitted to the
Crown Agents lor Oversea Governments and
11. Copies and not originals of certificates and
testimonials should be submitted.
(M.P. 35/21/2'2/7 Iv).
.GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 8, 1954.-(No. 25.)
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
OTICE is given that Area Meetings of the above Association will he held on the following dates and
IN places for the purpose of discussing the undormentioned Agenda and electing Delegates to attend
the next General Mleeting of the Association.
Area Date Place Time
St, George ... 7th May, 1954 Beaulieu R. C. School 6.00 p.m.
St. Mark .. 10th May, ,. Anglican School 7.03 p.m.
St. Andrew 10th May, ,, Anglican Church Hall 4.30 p.m.
St. John ... 11th May, ,, Grand Roy Government School 5.00 p.m.
St. Patrick ... 11th May, Anglican School 5.00 p.m.
St. David ...I lth May,, Thebaido H. C. School 5.00 p.m.
Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at the
Chamber of-Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday, 27th May, 1954, at 2 v.m.
"., Minutes of the last General Meeting.
2.. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
3. Consideration of remuneration to producers (with approved drying accommodation) of
not less than 10,000 Ibs. dry Nutmegs per annum delivered direct to the Association.
4. Financial Statement for the Half Year ended 31st December, 1953.
5. Election of six members to the Nutmeg Board for the ensuing Nutmeg Year.
6. General Business.
E. C. HUGHES,
26th April, 1954.
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
EFFECTIVE FROM 1ST MAY, 1954.
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:
Dried Whole Mace
Dried Broken Mace
In increasing the advances as above, the Board has taken cognisance of a general request from
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
F. C. HUGIIES,
Date fixed 26th April, Ju-1.
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