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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: August 21, 1954
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GR E.NADA..


Government Gazette.


OLbl2satb bS nt2aritil


VOL. 72.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1954. '[No. 47..


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.



APPOINTMENTS
No. 233.
C"ONSEQUENT on the departure of the Honour-
Jable sir DONALD JACKSON, Kt., LL.B., on
special duty in the Unite:l Kingdom, Mr. JUSTICE
WILLIAM ADRIAN DATE has been appointed to act
as Chief Justice of the Windward and Leeward
Islands with effect from 15th August and until
further notice.
21st August, 1954.
P.P. 371.

No. 234.
IT is hereby notified for general information that
Lieutenant Colonel HERMAN ALBORNO-NINO
has been accorded provisional recognition as Consul-
General First Class at Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, vice
Dr. CARLOS SIMON ALANSO, who died recently.
21st August, 1954.
I.P. 115 II.


No. 235.
ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 115 dated
S 8t;h May, 1954, Mr. DENIS ALEXIS, Class
III Clerk, Magistrate's Office, Sauteurs, resumed&
duties on 31st July, 1954.
21st August, 1954.
P.F. 396.
No. 286.
HIS Honour the Acting Administrator, directs
publication of the following Imperial Legisla-
tion with this issue of the Gazette:-
The Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act)
(Amendment) Order, 1954.
The Colonial Air Navigation (Amendment)
Order, 1954.
21st August, 1954.
No. 237.
THE following documents are circulated with and
L form part of this Gazette :-
S.B. & 0. No. 41.-The Midwives Ordinance-
Proclamation, 1954.
S.R. & 0. No. 42.-The Nurses Registration
Ordinance Proclamation, 1954.
21st August, 1954.


No. 223.
Tenders for Supplies to Government Institutions, &c., for the Year, 1t955.

QEALED TENDERS will be received at this office until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, 15th September. 1954,
forf the supply during the year 1955, of such quantities of the undermentioned articles as may be






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GOVERNMENT GA.Z I', E, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47).


daily or otherwise required for'the ise of the several Government DeFartments and Institutions in the
Town and Parish of St. George and St.. Andrew's apd Carriaoou.


ST. GEORGE'S.

IHead A.-Groceries, d'c.
Barley ... per poaud
Bovril ...... per pV
Brandy, (state brand) ... per bottle *:':
Butter, Table ... ... perpoaund '
Cheese ... ... per pound
Coffee ... ... do
Milk, condensed (state brand) case of 48 tins
Oats, cereal ( do ) ... per tin.


Oil, sweet
Tea, (state brand) ...
.Soap, Laundry

-Head B.-Mceat,

Beef, fresh, without bone
do with bone
Beef. Salt ...
Prk.. Salt
,do Fresh
Fowls
Fish Fresh (a) ...
Lettuce ...
Tomatoes ...


... per ifate
... per pound
... pr ease

Fislh dc.

... per pound
... :CI
... Cdo
... do
do
... do
... per ounce
... per paun'd


Head C.-Ground Provisions.


Breadfruit
Bluggoes
Potatoes, Sweet
do English
Tannias
Yams


... per pound
... do
.. do
... do
... Cdo
... do


Head D.-Dairy Produce.

.Eggs, Fowl, Richmond Hill Institutions per dozen
do Colony Hospital : do

Head E-.Miscellaneous,

*Charcoal-
For Colony Hospital ... per barrel
For Richmond Hill Institutions do
Firewood (heavy only):-
For Colony Hospital ... per cord
'or Richmond Hill Institutions do

Head F.-Beddinq, Clothing &tc.


*Canvas
*Coconut fibre ...
Domestic ...
Drill, blue hector
Duck, brown ...
do white ...
)ulg'oe ...
]"lannl ct
Handkerchiefs, blue check
Hooks and Eyes, metal, black,


... per yard
... per pound
... per yard
...
... do
do
do
... each
large, per dozen


do do metal, white, large per dozen
Jean blue ... ... per yard
Mohair blue ... ... do
Muslin ... .. do
Osnaburg ... ... do


Se.rcge, Ii, e ...
ShUtiua (uanleaehed calico)
Sitesj;a, black ...
dc ::.4ri ped ...
Substitute, sitk hl;bck
Tape
Tlhre.-.1, Brown
cTo .white ...
do biack
eo white basting
Thread, khaki
;Ticliing :t hi.e''l bed
Towels, hanT ...
Twine, seine

ST. ANDREW'S
ST. ANDREW'S


Beef, fresh, without bone
do with bone
Beef, salt .
Fish, fresh (a)
Fish, salt ..
Fowls
Por-k, salt
do fresh ...


Breadfruit
Onions
Plantains
.Potatoes (English)
'do (sweet)
Tannias
Yams


... do
2 yds. wide per yard
... per yard
... do
... per dozen reels
... per dozen
... per pound
... per dozen reels
... do
... per ball
... per dozen reels
... per yard
... each
p.... Per pound
... per bottle
HOS) PITAL.
HOSPITAL.


: .' ead A.-Groceries.


Barley
Biscuits
Bovril
Brandy
Bread
iButter
Cocoa (prepared)
Coffee
Matches (safety)
Milk, condensed
M ilk, fresh
Oil sweet
Oil, kerosene
Oleomargarine
Peas, split
Hiice
Sugar, muscovada
do white
I Soap, Laundry
Whisky


... per pGund
.. do
... per pot
... per bottle
....per pound
... do
... do
... do
... per dozen boxes
... per dozen tins
... per reputed qt.
... per bottle
... per case
... per pound
o... .
do
... do
do
... do
... de
... do
... per bottle


... per pound
do
do
do
..... do
do
.... do
do


... per sound
... do
... do
... do
... do '
... do
... do


Head D. -Dairy Produce,


.. ... per dozen


28s


Head B.--Meat, Fish dic.


Head C. Ground Provisions.


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Head E.-- miscellaneous. Sngar, granulated ...... do'
Charcoal ...... per barrel Whisky ... ... per bottle
Firewood ...... per cord a, F ,
Head B.-Meat, Fish, 'c.
Beef. fresh, without bone ... per piJnd
'THE BELLEVUE HOSPITAL, CARRIACOU. do do with bone ... do.
Beef, fresh, (a) ...... do
Head A.--Groceries. Fish, Salt .. ... do
Barley ... ... per pound Fowls ... ... do
Biscuits ... ... Co Pork, salt .. ... do
Black Pepper ... ... do do fresh ... ... do
Bovril ... ... per pot
Brandy ... ... per bottle Head C.-Miscellaneous.
Bread ... ... per pound
Cocoa ... ... per pound Charcoal ...... per pound
Coffee ... ... do irfewood ...... do
Cornstarch ... ... do
Matches (safety) ... ... per dozen boxes Head D.-Dairy Produce.
Milk, Condensed ... ... per tin ... per dozen
Oc -, Eggs ... ... er dozen
Oatmeal ... ... per pound M.,lk ... per ttl
Oil, Sweet ... ... per bottle
Oil, kerosene, 95% test ... per case ead Ed Ps.
Oleomargarine ... ... per pound Head E.-Groul Provisions.
Peas, split ... ... do Onions ... .. per pound
Rice ... ... do Plantains ... ... do .
Sag ... ... do Pumpkins .. ... do
Salt ... ... do Potatoes, sweet ...... do
Soap, Laundry ...... per box of 5'3 lb. Tannias ...... do
.'Sugar, brown ...... per pound Yams ...... do
Tenders are to be addr'essed to the Chairman, 'lenders Board, and marked 'on the envelope, T'iND'i : I vfit
SUPiPIES l'1 GOVERNMlt NT INSTIT'rCUTOX, &." They should. in all cases, be accoinpalied by samples or by a
sullticient description ot the cla.s and quality of the Goods intended to be supplied ndcer tle tender. Sample iliih
sent will, inl the event of the tender not being accepted, be returned on application to Governmout Ullice w"'l.in
'ioe month of the tenders being considered and, if niot so applied for ,and removed, no further responsibility for
Them is assumed by the Government.
Copies of the form of Bond to be entered into, and of the forms of tender, and .any further' particulars d'csired
'.*ca be obtained.on application at Governme t Office,
No account for articles supplied by a Contractor will be passed for payment at the
Treasury until his bond shall have been duly executed.
The Government does not bind itself to accenr tli; lowe-t 6o arv\teua~ir ?'vd rese,;rs the perxe of aecppting
any part of the tender.
Nothing in any contract which nmay be entered into will be considered as affecting the right of the Governmeit
to import at any time any articles it may require notwithstanding such supply is contracted for locally.
Articles to be supplied for the use. of the Mental Hospital, House of Refuge. and Richmond. Hill Prisons,
excepting charcoal and firewood which must be delivered at those Institutions, are to be delivered to the
Asylums and the Prison Cart at the door of the Contractor's premises.
(a) Tenders will require to state the earliest hoir at which they would be prepared to supply fresh fish,

CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT.
1'. The Conitact to be from 1st' J'anuhry, tOthle 31lt December, 1955, inclusive.
*2. Tihe contraOtor. uidertakes to deliver At his own expense into the Stores* of Institution the
artie.es named in the annexed. printed paper marked Ati- t th- r' : i,:- ei1ri1i -.'ii.l, at stch days. at; such times. ;and
iln such quantities as may be stated on tlie requisition of t H..t the DeHp. .I me t l [ in or Officr in chlnige. and for the
purposes of such delivery any time so specified by lhe Head ot tihe Di)eparrtneiit ..r officebiin Chi~re, shill be deemed
ro bhi of the essence of this Conitract.
3. Every article supplied ilmust he of unexceptionuble quality, and according to the samples or specification which
accompanied the 'l'eder, in cases where suhl sample or specification was submitted.
4. Any articles considered by the Head of the Departmeuntor the Officer in charge to be of-inlerior quality may
be rejected by him, and shall'be immediately removed and replaced: by the Contractor at his own expcen,.e, witiiunt
.any allowance being made to him for such articles.
5. If the rejected articles are riot removed within 6 hoiirs froni -the ime noti'd slill have beeni given to tle
contractorr, they will be returned to. and at the expense df the Conitrictor; piibvidd that if tlie Cohtractibrgive ssicn
-explanation as maybe satisfactory to the Governor, such reduction shall'oidt lie made.-
6. Should the Contractor neglect or refuse to replaced rejected aititbles dir' to supllly anly of the. articles contracted
for at tle times stated in the requisitions; the fHed of the Department or Officer iii Ciharge shall be at. liberty to
purchase the said articles froii other persoJil ; and thedlffereUnce between the price paid iort such articles and the
contract price shall be deducted from the next payment made to the'Contr'atoi'.
7. T'he Head of the Departmentl or'Officer in Charge may, if' he should deem' it ucessai'y, pu-rchase -rticled of
perishable food, such as meat, fish. &c., at olice to replace rejected articles.
8. If the Contractor should fail to comply with paragraph 3, or commit' any of' the irregularities mentiond in
paragraph 6 the Governor in Coftheil shall lave p6wer to terminate the Contract immediately or at such lime as may
appear to him proper or convenient.
.). The Contract may be terminated at any tiiheo by three months' in'tide beiig given eitmler by the Coimtria'tor
to the Administrator or by the \Administraitor to the Coni'actor. Such notice shall be dehi'iud to relalt It
the whole Contract and not to any item or items thereof.
This does not apply to certain cases, which may be ascertained on application at Goverlmuntl Office. It will
apply to the Colony Hospital and the-Government Printing OlHic,-.
t'lhis will be the list of Articles in respect of which the contract is enteredinto.
14th August, 1954.
File i,5-1/55.












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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47).


No. 224. .
INTERMENT OF PAUPERS.


SEALED Tenders will be received for burial of paupers in each district during the year 1955 as.
follows:-

Town and Parish of St. George (including pauper inmates of the several Government.
.institutions);
Town of Grenville and Parish of St. Andrew's (including pauper inmates of the Princess Alice-
Hospital);
Town of Gouyave and Parish of St. John's;
Town of Victoria and Parish of St. Mark's;
Town of Sauteurs and Parish of St. Patrick's;
Parish of St. Daiid's and
The Dependency of Carriacou.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman, Tenders Board, St. George's, marked "Tender for
burial of paupers" by 4.00 p.m. Wednesday 15th September, 1954.
Forms of tender may be obtained on application at the Government Office.

14th August, 1954.
M.P. 185/2/55.


No. 225.
Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Milk.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the supply of
fresh milk to Government institutions in
St. George's.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, by 4.00 p.m. Wednesday 15th
September, 1954, marked Tenders for the supply
of fresh milk".
Details of the conditions of the contract will be
supplied on application to the Senior Medical
Officer,
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
14th August, 1954.
M.P. 185/6/55.


No. 226.
Tenders for the Conveyance of Mail,
Passengers and Cargo between
Grenada and Carriacou.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo weekly by auxi-
liary vessel of not less than 50 tons between
Grenada and Carriacou and which will include
a trip to Union Island once a fortnight and an
additional fortnightly trip to Carriacou. The
'vessel should be fitted with lavatory and equipped
with adequate seating accommodation for passen-
gers and boats and lifeboats for passengers and
crew.
S2. All personnel travelling on official business
and plant material, livestock etc. transported on
behalf of Government will be conveyed free of


charge. Suitable space must also be reserved below
deck for the carriage of ice shipped to Carriacou
by the Governor ice contractor, such ice to be
transported free of charge up to a maximum of"
11 ton.
3. The contract will be for a period of one year
from the 1st January to the 31st December, 1955.
4. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board marked "Tenders for the convey-
ance of mails, passengers and, cargo between
Grenada and Carriacop" by 4.00 p.m. Wednesday,
15th September, 1954.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
14th August, 1954.
M.P. 352/9 vI.

No. 227.
Tenders for the Conveyance of Mails
and Passengers between Carriacou
and Petit Martinique.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo weekly by boat
between Carriacou and Petit Martinique.
2. Persons and articles shall be conveyed free
when carried on behalf of Government and under
the conditions laid down in the contract.
3. The contract will be for a period of one year
from 1st January to 31st December, 1954.
4. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board marked "Tender for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo between Carriacou
and Petit Martinique" by 4.00 p.m. Wednesday,
15th September, 1954.
14th August, 1954.
M.P. 1078.












GjOVER1NMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47). 293


No. 228.
Tenders for Conveyance pf Mails apd Psaengers
by Motor Bus on the Eastern and Western
sides of Grenada.

QEALED Tendors are invited for conveyance of
l the Mails by Motor Bus for a period of one
year from the 1st day of January, 1955 between
the General Post Office, St. George's and the
District Post Offices of St. David's, Grenville,
Sauteurs, Victoria and Gouvave, including th.e
Postal St'Lat:ions on the way as well as between the
several P i-.!.ict POst (il. Pr ind Postal Stations
referred .i. Tc' Mla'ls 'or the Eastern and West-
ern sides of the island are conveyed by different
routes and persons tendering should clearly indicate
which service is being tendered for.
The services will be performed daily (Sundays.
and Public Holidays excepted) f, om Sauteiurs and
St.. George's and under such con3diious as shall be.
agreed upon in the respective contracts, informoa-
tion as tc wi'icb will be supplied on application to
the Colon3ibl Treasurer.
The make and age of the vehicle proposed to be
used for the service should be stated.
Government does not hind itself to accept the
lowest or any ton:ler.
Tender. close at 4.00'p.m. on Wedncsdayt 1the 15th
day of Septemlber, 1953, and should be addressed to
the .'!, ic , Tenders Board, St, George's, and
marked on the envelope "Tender for Mail Service."
14th August, 1954.
FpIL 185-3/55 & 185-4/55.


No. 229.
Tenders for Conveyance of Mails by Motor Bus
between Birchgrove, La Digue and Grenvilie.

Q X LED tenders are invited for conveyance of
Sthe mail by motor bus between the District
Post Office of Grenville and the Postal Stations of
Birch (;Grove and Li ,Digue for a period of one year
from the Ist anuary, 19*55.
'The service will be operated daily (Sundays and
public holidays excepted) and the contractor will
be required to meet the contract bus for the Mail
.-ervic- Eiastern Ccast at Grenville, morning and
afternoon.
The contractor will be required to perform the
service under such other conditions as shall be
agreed upon in the contract, information about
which will be supplied on application to the
Colonial Postmaster.
Full particulars of the vehicle to be employed on,
the service giving age, condition, make etc. should
be supplied.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman
Tenders Board, St. George's, marked "Tender for
Birchgrove-La Digue Mail Service".
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretar!y.
Government Office,
14th August, 1954.
M.P. 185/5/55.


Memorandum by the Director of Colonial:
Scholars on the arrangements for
sending Colonial Students to the
United Kingdom for Higher Education
in the 1915/56 Session.

1. There is again likely to be severe competition
for entry to the Medical Schools and, in lesser
decree, to the University 'a.culties of Dentistr.y,
'Enginerring, Forestry, Pharmacy and .Science,.
where a solid background of scientific knowledge
and a high standard of attainment are prerequisite
to acceptance. 'Entry to other University cou'-,s
for students of potential ability is relatively easier,
and every effort jvill be made to secure vacancies.
for all well qualified students who are recommeiieded
through the usual channels.
Students may be reminded that entry to the
Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and to the-
Internil Colleges of thle University of Loadqon is
most difficult to secure; their attention may ;be
'drawn to the advantages of seeking admission .to
the residential Colleges of the University of Wales,
the Universities of Scotland and the provincial
Universities in England.
2. studentss should, so far as is practicable,.
complete their pre-matriculation studies in 'their
own country, and should iake advantage of Fjgh
local facilities for higher edreatiou as may exit-
before seeking recommendation for admission to
Universities in the United Kingdom.
3. [t is most undesirable that direct applications
should be made, either by students themselves Ar
by Government Departments or other sponouring
organizations on their behalf, for adniission to
educational institutions,or that would-be candidates
should come to the United Kingdon unannounn ed
and without recommendation in th e hopo .,of
securing entrance. Students should be strongly
dissuaded by all possible'ceans from proceeding to
the United Kingdom until they are assured thai a
place is available'for them. "
4. Universities ,are tending to insist on early
application mid the main body of atpplic.it ion shouluI
be in my hands not later than the 31st Jany.ry,
1955, if full advantage is to be taken of the places
available.
Applications for entry to medical schgos,.
however, must reach me by the 1.st July tLhis,ye.r,.
as already notified to you, since the .entry lists t.Q
most medical schools lose early in tihe ~utump~
previous to the year for which admission is desiared
Similarly, applications for entry to medical scbdool
in lf 56 should reach me by the Ist July, 195.5, amd
intending candidates should be warned in advance.
In the following categories .also a very 'erly
approach is essential and applications should reach
me by the 30th November, 7954, at the late :
(a) Degree courses in Agriculture, Dentistry,
engineering, Pharmacy, PPure Scientie a;nd
'Veterinary Science,
(b) Teachers' training courses.(including physical
training, domestic science, and Frochel and
other kindergarten training).
(c) Admission to Oxford and Cambridge Colleges.
5. Applications from all candidates, whetbier
scholars or private students, should contain the fill
particulars ,s set out on forms available at the
Government Office.
Where possible an indication should be given in
the papers of the candidate's proficiency at game












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, '1954.- (No. 47)..


and of his hobbies and cultural interests and
puih-uits. Universities attach great importance to
tiiis point in addition to the .usual evidence of
academic ability.
special note should be made in the medical:
certificate (or elsewhere in the .papers) if the
candidate has suffered any serious illness in the
past or if there has been any history of mental
trouble in the family.
Whera a scholarship has been awarded, or is in.
*prospect, details should be given at the time of
application.
6. Where candidates have recently sat or are'
'about to sit Cerificate examinations- and the'
results are not yet available, a full confidential
report from the Headmaster should be submitted.
Where resultss are awaited or the original .certi-
ficates are not available a note of the candidate's
index number and the location of the examination
centre should be supplied.
':7. Students proceeding to Universities, par-
ticelarly Oxford and Cambridge, should be reminded
*that they have to incur -certain initial expenses,.
e.g., on the purchase of, books and household equip-
ment-foi' their rooms, and should be advised to
provide'theinselves with a small sum of money to
cover such contingencies, which they might other-
wise have difficulty in meeting out of the initial
instalment of their allowance. Caution Money, too,.
varying from 40 to -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 for repayment of the advance by
-intalments may upset a student's budget over the
subsequent period and some initial provision would
be a help..
'8. It Would be of assistance to the British Coun-
cil representative in the territory if he could he
infi'med as soon as it is known'that a student has
been placed, so that he can put the student in touch
with organizations who may be able to help him
and can discuss the question of his accommodation
on arrival 'in the ':United Kingdom.
9. If a student decides to withdraw or to
relinquish a place which has be n obtained for 1imn,
he should report at once so tlhat'the University or
College concerned may be notified of the position.
10: Information about the arrival of students
should be supplied as far in advance as possible,
giving the date and the name of the boat Pand port
of' disembarkation or the flight number of the plane,,
so that the British Council may be advised in time
to make the necessary arrangements for meeting
and accommodation.
11. Private students, as well as scholars and
bursars, (with the exceptions noted below) should.
be advised to report in person on their arrival to
the Director of Colonial Scholars or his representa-
tive at the Colonial Office. They will then be put
ip...touch with their own CGovernment Liaison
Officers and given every assistance possible.
.12. Students arriving from the West African
territories and from the Federation of Malaya,
Singapore and Uganda, where separate Student
Units have been or are about to be set up, should
report to their own Supervisor of students who
will be able to give them the necessary help and
advice.
Colonial Office,
July, 1954.


Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st August,
1954.


Average.circulation
during May, 1954 :-British
Caribbean Currency Notes ...
Government Currency Notes


British Caribbean Currency Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago (includ-
ing Montserrat) ... $24,139,114
Barbados ... 5,814,900
British Guiana ... 12,203,785
Grenada ... 1,657,100
St. Vincent '.. 526,400
St. Lucia ... 861,000
Eominica ... .943,400
Antigua ... 1,421,300
St. Kitts ... ...1,516,500


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ...


Trinidad & Tobago
Government Note
Circulation ... $1,380,798
Barbados Government
Note Circulation ... 158,027
British Guiana Govern-
ment Note Circulation 513.768
Total Government Note
Circulation
Total Circulation'on
1st August, 1954.


$49,753,142
2,178,245
$5.1,931,387












$49,085,499








2.052,593

$51,138,092


'L. SPENCE.
SE.cecittivc Commnission7er
British Caribbean Currcnc:; Lon ',od.
'Br:itish Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.,




DEPARTMENTAL NOTICiES.


TREASURY.

Issue of Warrants under the.. Water
Supply Ordinance (Cap. 2,40).

TOTICE is hereby given that under the a-ithority
of section 35 of the Water Supply Ordinance,
warrants will be issued from this office 'for the
recovery of water rates remaining unpaid after the
31st August, in respect of the year 1954, together
with the fines due thereon.

G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.
The Treasury,
7th August, 1954,


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47.)


NOTICEP is heeby given tha;.t the under.;ienti ned
ip.ersonN having become defauhltes under the
Taxes Management Ordinmnce, Cap. 2'1 of the
Laws i, respect cf I a an: anRi House Tax for ihe
year 1953 .nd previous year-, the pr.pel ties shown
orposiie their names, wil be offered for saLe bv:
Puilio Auction at 1.30'p,m. on Friday, the 2;th
day of A gust, 1954 at thd 'l! casn, St. 6 corg :'s;
for the recovery of the Taxei due thereon.

G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury,
11th Augnst, 1954.
J,)otsuriiatinn
Name Sit!uat.icon of
Prnpe'rty


Adolphus, Jane
'Ahow, Clarice
Aird, Juliana
do

Mamav
Alexander,' Carline
Felix Paul
do
Jacob


Belmont
do
Woburn
Snug C .rner
.do
Mft. Parnassus
(X'o6d' Hope'
Mt. Gay
do
Beaulieu


do do
Jamcs La Mode
.lulia Fontenoy
Margaret Mt. Pleasant
do do
do do
Percy Mt.' Maitiand
do Mt. Hope
Alexis, John Randd Anse
Allette, D. C. S.nrg Corner
Alley)e,,Berij.imin Wobuirn
SElizabeth do
Samuel Calivigny
Ambrose, Alban Mt. Lindsay
Andrew, Camny Beaulieu
Ivy Mc Donald Vendome
3McDonald Annandale
Melville Belmont
Antoine, Benji,:nn St. Gee. Est.
do do
do do
Edward Calivigny
Elizabeth Morne Rouge
do Grand Ansq.
Francis Granton
L'yri' Morne Jaloux
Middleton Moliniere
'viriam Granton
Neshit Moliniere
do do
William
Prince Moliniere
Anthony, Coral Woburn
Aquart, Jane Constantine
by J. McDonald La Mode
Arnold, Nellie Morne Delice.
Bailey, Christiana La Mode
Bain, McAuley N/d anpshire
Ophelia 'Beaulieu
Baptiste, Agatha Moliniere
Edward S. Mt. Pleasant
do do
do Richmond
do N/Hampshire


. acre
22 poles
1 house
2 houses
18. pohls
i house
2 roods
1 house
2 roods
1 house
2 roods
1 house
19 poles
I house
1 ac 2 rds apis
1 rood 10 pls
2 acres
2 acres
1 house
25 aces
2 roods
I ; cre
4 ncres
4 poleM
1 rood '
1 house
2 acres
1 house
1 house
1 acre
2 roods: 10 pls
1 acre 2 roods
1 house
2 roods
1 ac 1 rd 35 pls
1 house
1 iood'
1 rood
1 house
2 acres 28 pls

1 rood
1 hounre'
5 acres
3 acres
2 rds 18 poles
1 hchse
1 acre 2 roods
2 roods
1 rood
I house
1. ncre
2 acres
2 roods


N;ime


Baptiste, Irene
Omnecita
Uriah
Bartholomew, Edith


Situation


Desnrintiort
of
Prnir- r


N. Hampshire 1 rocd 8 poles
M t. Parnaissus 1 acre
Sprimns 1 housn
N/Hamp-hire do


do do ac 3 rd 10 p
Eliais Mt. Pleasant 1 acre
Eliznbethl Mt. Gay 31 poles'
Bell, Th-mas W. Woburn 1 housa
Beioit, Elizabeth Mt. Airie 2 hoens
do do 2'ac 1 rood
Joseph Morne Rouge 3 acres
Berkley, Elizabeth J. Snug Corner 1 house
co do 2 rds 20 pls
do Buccleugh 3 road
fsace James St. Geo. Est. 1 house
do Buccleugh 1 aore
do Boca 1 rood 13 pls
Bernard, Monica Tempe 1 house
Berrotte, Jcseph True Blue do
do.. Grand Anse 2 roods
Blackman, Adina Releaso Green I. acre
Brathwaite, Amy Mt.. Airie 2 roods
James R/mend Hill 1 house
do Springs. 1 acre
Teddy R/nond hill 1 house
Bruno, Alexsnder Mt. Parnassus 1 rood 4 poles
Catherine do 20 pales
Emanuel Mt. Maitland 1 rood 2 poles
Est. Isaac
by Norton Woburn 1 acre
.; abz do do
MA.frin Morne Jaloux 1 acre 1 roo.
Reubena Maligras 2 roods
SVda Springs I house
W\inston St. Paul's do
Buckmire, Edith Cherry Hill 2 houses
John L.
by Mary St. Geo. Est. 2 ro-ds 11 pih
Bullen, Gertrude The Hope. 2 roods
\lerrydale Mt. Parnassus 1 houae
Wendell R. Industry 2 roods 12 pls
W. l. & M. A. St. Paul's 1 house
do do 2 acres
Buirris, Fr:ederick Woodhinds 2 roods
George Calivigny 2 roods
Benoit, Frank St. Paul's I house
Cadore, Frederioa. Grand Mall 1 rood
Caesar, Norbert Chantilly f 'ac I rd 22 p
Campblll, Denis 'Constantine 1-house
do do 2 roods
Carter, Cecelia M. Rouge Sth. 1 aore
Jonatta Springs 1 house
Celestine, George Calliste 3 acres
Phillip La Mode 1 house
do do ;I acre
Chandler, Elaine Moliniere 1 house
do do 1 acre
Charles, Adina Snug Corner 1 house
Diana Mt. D'Or 1 acre 2 roois
Ednsa Tempe 2 rood s
Elias Moliniere 1 house
Sdo do 1 a-re


Emanuel Calivignv
Ernest Morne Ro
James, Bobb Beaulineu
Lawrence Richinond
Mary
for Cyprian Granton
Mollyana Beaulieu


1 acre
uge 2 C ,1 rd 34 p
4 gc,2 rd 33 p
i rood


1 acre
1 house












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47).


Description
Name Situation of
Property

Charles, Rindoiph Snug Corner 1 house
T,,omas N. Hampshire 2 roouds
Chatea.u, Olive Mt. (Gay 1 house


Checkiley, Theresa by
Anita. Springs I house
Clarence, Walter Sc. Ger, Est. 1 acre
Clarke, David G. Fraser 1 acre 3
George Black Forrest 1 acre
Joseph St. Gee. Est. 1 acre
do Black Forrest 1 acre
Mary St. Geo. Est. I house


do do 2 roods
do N. Hampshire 2 acres
do .e.ulien 2 roods
Cobb, Cornelius Mli. Gay I locse
Mary do 2 roods
Collins, Fedora Vendome 1 house
Oooljpe, E1t. Adiua
by Samuel Snug Corner 2 rods
do La Mode loire
Cox, Mitchell St. Geo. Es 2 roods
Wilfred Belmont 1 house
Orawford, Sarah Mt. Maitland 4 acres
do Release Green 2 roods
Cromwell, Dunstan M B Woburn 1 house
do do 4 ac! es2


Leopold rio
CruickhOank, Cyprian LaBorie road
Emanuel Westerhall


Salena
Clarkson, Thomas
Daniel, Samuel
Davidson, Ivy
do
Davis, H enry
Delves, Cornelia &


Mt. Airie
Madigras
Champfleur
Wcodlands
Helmont
St. Gee. Est.


Ore. by Mary Belmont
do do
Mary Belmont
Garvey & Ovil do


Thomas Springs
Devenish, Arthur Grand Mal
do Fonten6y
Donald, Aldrica Mt. Gay
Douglas, Adelaide St. Geo. Est.
Louisa Chantilly
Mary St. "G0o. Eset.
Dubissette, Joaeph C. Woodlnnod
Duclouex, Gerald W. Belmcnt
Sdo do
Dufield, William Mt. i,'Or
Dowden, Renwick Mt. Moiitz
.do do
Edgehill, Jane Mt. Maitland
Edwar.s, Opurtney Mt. Moritz
Lorenzo Grind M al
do Mt. Moritz
Myrtle Tempe
do do
Wilhelrmina Westerha ll
William Beaulieu
Elms, iris Ciare Grand Mal
John E. Moliniorer
Emanuel, Margaret Point Salines
Fergusoll, Dora Springs
Ilavigny, Charles B. Grand Mal
SVirginia Grand Anse
Fleming, Eric c/o
Una St. Geo. Est,


rcods


;6- pis


L acre
i house
2 no 1 rd 34 p
I acre 2 roods
2 roods
do
1 house
1. ac 1 rd 13 p
1 house

do
3 roods 10 pls
1 acre
do
1 house
do
1 acre 2 rd*
3 acs.2 rpods
1 acre
1 rood
1 acre
do:
1 house
1 acre
2 roods
1 house
1 rood
2 rls 16 ple
1 h use
2 acre
2 roods
I house
1 rt o; 20 pls
2 IiC 12 pis
1 house
2 roods 20 plh
1 acre 30 pis
4 acre 12 pie
1 house
1 rood 20 pis
2 roods


Description
Ntine Siituation of
Propirly


Forrester, Phillip
Tom


do
Fouchong, Evelyn
Helena
Francis, Amos
An; stacia
DeFreitas
Elizabeth
George
Francis, Joseph
Stephen
Frank, Ada
Emanuel
do
N athlniel
do
Fr:ser, Alfred
Frederick, Adeliia
Eat. Eliza
by Fitzroy
Emanuel
Lionel
Naihaniel
-'nrraway, Ashley
Gellineau, Peter
George, Anth.ony
do
J eremiah
Rosetta
Milron
Virginia
SGilbert, Eugene
Gilkes, Charles


Mt. D-Or 2 a3 2 ris 3 ,pl
Blkck Forest 1 house
do 15 poles
Darlington 2 rood
Mt. Aire 1 acre
Grand Anse 15 poles
IMt. Parnassus 1 rood
Ravin9 1 house -
Champfleur 3 rods
Springs 2 rends
Mt. Airie .ac Ird 26 pl.
We&sterhMl 2 iHl 2rd 10 pl
N. Hampshire 1 rood
i3oca I house
dio 1 acre
St. Ge. Es. Et house
do 3 acres 2 r 's
Springs 1 rood 14 ,IpR
,G illton 3 roods


Mt. D'Or
Beauliou
Fontenoy
Richinond
.hprirgs
Hope Vale
Tempe
do
Caliviqny
Beaulieu


3 acres 3 rda
1 reed
1 rood
2 1pods
1 ho,-se
I acre 11 ple
1 .hlouse
2 r (ods 33 pla
4 acres
1 acre


Perseverance 2 roods
Happy Hill 1 rood
MfL.'idgecombe 7 aores 2 rds
Mt. Parnassus 1 house


do do 1 rood 8 p s
Gill, lohn Mt. Airie 1 a- Ird 34 p1
Gittens, Fester A. Mt. Parnassuq 1 house
do do 1 iood
(Ge0. M.' St.Paul's d,
Gooding, Daniel Granton 1 house
Grant, Alexander Mt. Parnassus 1 ac 1 rd 3)pl
Alei.& Othiers
'fro Alfred do 2 ac 3rd 30pla
(;eorge St. Paul's 1 house
ve.lyv E. Moliniere 1 icre 30 pls
Grenada'B.uiding
e' 't. o. M.o'rne Jaloux 8 ao lr:1 6 pis.
by j' . Milne Hpe Valy 35 acres 2 rds.
Griffith, Edgar' Merne Julonx 2 houses
lizabeth :do .1 house
do Hope Vale 3 ao 3 rd 8 plae
itian it.'Parn..ssus 3 acres
Freddi- Marir 1 house
Harris, Charles La Mc.de 1 house
M.iI, elhnontf no
Hartmarn, 'iili cent Fonotenoy 1 r.od
Holder, William Mt. L'arnassus 2 roods
Hood, )asii J. Happy Hill 1 house
Wied MitGiay 1 acre 7 pol(a
Hopkin, Curtis Bel:-not 1 house 2 rds
Howard, M. J. Paddock 1 hb' se
H yacinth, Dtan'iel
& Others Concord 2 acres
Hypolite, John A. Mt. Airie 1 house
Isaac, Est. Cecelia Randnd Anse J jo"d
Jack, Mary Grand Mall 4 acres
Jacobs, MaLy
Winnifred S.nug. Corner 1 house


2 roods 36 pes by E. St...Bernardj.,


294


i


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No, 47)


Description
Situation of
Propertv


Arnold Mt. Gay
Benjamin Top Hill
Elizi Snug Corner
Martin C. St. Geo. Est.
Mary L. Mt. Gay
,Beauleu
Napoleon Fontenoy
S ., Grand Mal
Rebecca Mt. Gay


Urias
Virginia

Jardine, Cyril A.
Jasper. Walter
Joe, Bartholomew
& Others
John, Louraine
Johnson, Benjamin
Pascal
Jones, A.
David M.
Jonies R.
,,


She ly

Theresi
Jozeph, Allan
Amelia
Christmas
Elias
Ellens
Felicity
Fred
Henrietta
Julien, Sandall
Gerti ude
Kerr, D. I.
Knight, Eiilyv
LaGrena e, Samuel
LaRose, Phillip
Laanbert, Septimus


Llewellyn


Lawrence, Cyril
Edith
Solo-r:on
e..acock, Joseph
Leo, Agnes -
Lewis, Angelina

Joseph
Nialnsn
Theophilus
Licorish, Maty

Linton, Evil
Lord, Gertrude
L-uis, Angelina
do

do
do
Christian
do
Edward
Joseph
N Nacy
Nobleman


,t
Lt. Mode
Beaulieu
Mt. Maitlandi
Grand Mal

Belmont
Granton
Morne Jaloux
Woburn
Mt. Gay
Hppy Hill
Betulieu


1 house



1 acre
2 roo-is
1 ac-e
Inc 2rd 19 pls
1 acre
1 house
1 rood
1 rood 5 poles
3 tics 2 roods
1 ao 2 roods

3 rds 10 poles
2 acres
1 houe

17 poles
1 hose


Inriustry 3 roeo s
Plaisan :e 1 acre
Moliniers 1 acre 2
Happy till 11 poles
St. Margarets 1 roid
Mt. Parnassus 1 house
Bn l i-


roo9s


e mJonll JlU ,,
Brizan 2 rods
Calivigny 5 acs 33 pls
Champfleur 3 rds 36 pls
M oliniere 1 rood
Grand Mal 2 roods
Dalkie h 1 house
N. Hampshire 2 roods
Beaulieu 1 house
Lowthers Lane 3acs 3rd 10 ps
N. Hampshire 1.acre
W/Hall (96) 2'ac Ird 20 Is
Fontenoy 1 ncre 3 roods
.Chamnpfleur 1 house
Mt. D'or 1 acre 2 roods
Madigras 1. acre
Tempe 1 house


N. Hamipshire 1 food
Morne Jaloux 1 house
Woodlands 1 pole
Richmond 2 roods


2 acs


Granton 8 poles
,- 4c- Ird 32 pls
Morne Delice I aore
i ichnond ,
Pe!.ease Green 1 house
,, 3 acres
Belmont house
Mt. Parnassus 1 acte
Beaulieu 1 house


do
Gram(t Mal
Grau ton
Richmond
N/Hampshire
Richmond
Anhadale
N/Hampshire'
Annandale
Beaulieu


3 acres
3 acres
I rood'
2 roods
1 acre
8 acres
1 rood
1 acre
2 roodA
2 rds 1 Tole


Name


James,


Sitmi.tion


Mt. Airie
N/HLmpshire
Mt. Gay
do
Black Forest
do
Vendoine
Madigras
Grainton
do
Belmont
Cailiste
Moliniere
Beliont
do
Springs
do


La Touche, Frank
Lewis, Christiana
Lowe, Cecil A.
do
Me Burnie, Joseph
do
do
Me Miyo, Peters
Me Phie, Daniel
Joseph
M1, :i~., .. Wilhelmena
do
Mahon, .Mary
Maitlard, J mies
Jane
Lawrenee
do
do
Ma'oney, Mary
'Tanwarring, Theresa
Marryshow, Amos
TMark, Frederick
do
Winit a.
Marriot, Vannie
Massanto, LcuiR
Milne, James K.
d >
Mitchell, Angelina
Fitly
Jemninn.
Joseph
Marice
Stenhen
Trifin:,
W'osley


1

2i


D ascription
of
Propnrtv


1 acre
1 acre
1 house
2 acres 3 rds
1 house
7 acres
1 rood
3 roods
1 acre
2 acres
1 rood
3 acres
2 roods'
5 acres
4 acres 9 rds
1 h6use
12 acres 30 pls
1 acre 1 rood
2 acres
2 roods
2 acres


St. Paul's 1 house'
Mt. Parnassus 3 roods
COlliste 1 house
Mt. Gay 1 ecre
Mt. HeliRan 1 house
Mt. Pelaiu 1 house
do 3 roods
Beaulieu 1 rood
MI. Parnassus 1 rood
Mr. Gay 2 roods
Beaulieu 1 acre
do 1 house
Mt. Moritz 1 house
N/Hampshire 2 roads
R/ncnd Hill I house


Modeste, Enilder Annanrdal
Iris Bunkers
SLftus Bethel
do Calliste
Moore, Theresa Calivignuy
M7;?es, Inez MI. Gtay
M.unro, Est Abraham
by Nathaniel Bealieu
Ivan do
Srphii do
Stella Calli th
\VWlt"r- N. Hamp
Muriay, Gr ce S Paul's
James Mt. IP ni
Murrel, Mnahala. Grnnton
Mitchell, Harder N: Hamp
Miriam Woodlane
Nedd, Evelyn La Mode
Nelson, Ali.-e R/mond ]
Oatherine Grand M
Iris Vendome
.Is bslla B. 'Mt. Helic
Minerva Mo!iniere


do
Newton, Cyril
Nicolas, Fred
Noel, God win
Jr h,,
Theodore
Norman, Mary
Ogiste, 3)m res
Uvile, Theresa
Otway, 6. W.


Beausfjoi
Mt. Parnu
H happy H
Springs
Woburn
Springs
Griind A
W/Hall 1
N. Hamp
-Grand M


e 1 rood
Hill 2 acres


2 acre- 20 pis
1 rood
2 acres 2 rds
1 house

8 acres 2 rds
1 house
1 rood


1 rood 36 pls
shire 1 rood 20 pie
1. house
itssus 3 roods 24 pls-
3 acrds
shire 1 acre
ds 2 rooda
1 house
Hill 1 house
al 1 house
1 house
con 1 house
3 roods
ur 9 roois
assus 1 house
ill I hduse
1 house
3 acres
2 rocds
nse i house
02' 2ac2rds36p
shire 1. rood'
ai "2'roodh


Name


Woburt
Mt. Air
Ravine
Wobur


295


Langdcn,


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954. -(No. 47).


Description
Situation of
Property

IMt. Airie I acre 2 rooas
Mit. Pkrnrlasus 2 rt.d,


do
Clivigny
ob bern
do
Moliniere
BFiulieu
MAr. GIy


1 i'oorl
2 nies
1 housc
1 ut'ge
3 roods
1 ro-d 13 pls
1 stood 13 pis


Jo.crph BeFa'lien 1 hou=.e
Richblrd Pelmnrnt 1 icre 3 rozds
Srixieon St. Gei. Est. 4 reres
Payne, A. 0. Bethel 1 rc.e
Penny, Adilinide C.illast 2 acres
taia' OBethel 1. ac.e
Perrfmni, Anna, F. N. Hamrshire 2 acres 48 pla
Ddris &
Nathaniel Rose Hill 1 house.
do 'it. Pleasant 2A acres
R1tncil 4. HaRt pshire 2 ioods 16 pls
Philbart. Lion'el eluiontt 1 hoi0e
Phillip, Bo.ys Mariii 1 houIe
Mrs David Vendone 1 iood
V1fi' Li, Mode 1 h-.use
Esau Woodlimdf 1 huge
-row ard Richmnnd 2 acres
Lucie W/ iall (55) aeres 10 pls
R'ichardson Woburn 2 roid:s 22 pie
Pierre, Cyril B. Wcbufrr 1 acre 5 poles
Jaite St. Geo. Es. 2 roods
Pilgrim, li6se Woburn 3 roods 10 pli
Pivot, Virginia &


Ors. Rf/iond Hill
Pounder, Matthew Mt. Maitland
do Mt. tParnassus
Prescott, Evangeliht lielease Green
do Top Hill
Hubert Bpauli-u
Precious, Saville N/!HAipshire


do
do


do
Purcell, Lennard A.
Osberge

do
do
Albert
hQianiimie, Ro'setta
Raymond, Chiistiana
Redhead, Edmund
do
Sbphia
Pennie, Vanilla
Renwick, ilcrence G.
ao
Riehai da, Angelina
Robe! ts, Adriann,
Edwird
Evalina
Ruptert
Robertson, Ev'elfyin
Ross, jilanund

Eilen
Ve omNca
Robinson, Robert
Remain, Ameilia
Roberts, Beniamin


1 house
2 'cs 2 roaos
1 acre
do
3 roods
1 iduse
do


do I acre 1 rood
Annandale I rocd
do 1 ac 30 poles
Mt. Gay I house
Constantine do
do 2 acre
Azema 10 acres
BlAck Forest 3 roods
La, Mo:ea 1 h;use '
Happy i ill do
Hellevue 1 acre
Grenville Vale 1 house
Beaulieu 3 roods


do(
Westerhall
St. Paul's
do
Caliviginy
St. Goo. Est.
Belmnti
Callistle
St, Paul's
Beaulieu
Bdca
St. John's Str.
'Bheaulien

t'hI lV'a:nassus
Ravine
M drine Delice


1 ac2 rds 13 p
1 rood
1 house
2 ac 30 poles
1 house
2 roods
.1 house
2 icres
1 house
do

do
do
3 roods
1 house
1 liouse
1 acre


_hine


Scantibuiy, Heirs )
of Mafy it. Parnassus lacre 39
by5 LAtidta
Ose r 1 house
Sc-tt, Reobeii Morne ]Delice 1 acre 7
Seales, Emanuel Calivigny 3 rods
W,, odl'tnds 20 poles
Sheckuess, Hubert LalBorie 1 housa
Louis ,,
Simcn, Ltewis Morne Delice 2 roods
Mary rM rioors 2 roods
Simpsor, Lewis Calliste 1 house
Sincaiir, Edward Belmont 3 roods
Skeete, Jniies Mt. Parnassus 1 house
Joseph ,, ,
Smart. C'lit' crd Brizan I acre
Smith, Adink Belmont 1 house
Arthur Richmond Hill
George Morne Jalcu ,,
Snagg, Arthur Morrie Ruge ,,
Bertie St. Pauls
Mary Point. Salines 3 acres
Raymond Riclhmori Hill 1 house
Society, Brizan No. 1 Brizan ,,
Grind Anse
Goodwill Grand Anse ,,
Mt. Pleasant 2 roocs


Society, Morn"
Jaloux
\ft. Gay
Benefit
Wcburn
Benefit
Somerson, MN iry
:Spencer, Alexia
Erneht B.

Stephen, Etihline

SWialter
Stewart, Juliana
oaul' S.


pr'les


poles
15 pls



32 pls


Mofns Jalcux ,


Mt. Gay


1 house


Wobur ,,
lPaddock
Mduwras 1 acre
Morne Delice 30 acs 16 pls
Good Hope 2acs 1rd 12ps
hiiil'pftlur 1 house
Aitiiakdale 20 poles
Veiidbm 16 poies
Bbelnorit 25 poles
Gocd Hope 1 roob


296


Parke, Alexuinde:
Saithani
William & Orf
Pasealh, Mitichell


Victoria
Paul, Ev.ii,
Iic


~_~


Description
NaIue Situatiuon o
: Prh ertv-

St.B3einar., Abraham Hope Vale 3 an.R 30 poles
Alexaudrinia St. Pldil's 1 hou-e
Charles M r,. PinasFsus do
R'apert Mt, 'ay do
do Teiint). 1 oo.il
Villian A. Mt., Hope do
St. John, Aletis E. Tempe 1 house
do do 2'3 ; 2 rds 33 p
do Mt. P;irnassus 76 acres
do Mt. Helicon 3 acre 2 rds
Elitbheth Behnecnt 1 house
do do I riod 23 pls
Ernest T'inpe 1 housl
1 ncre 1 rood
Theresa Bemont 2 houses
Samuel, Felix Morne Dl6ice lac 3rds 12 :l
fHariy \l'adigras 1 acre
Henry Morne Delice 2 roods
Noel ,, 3 roods
Wilfi ed Calivigny 2 acs 2 r.is Ipl
Sandy, Fiitderick B za 2 acre
Richnond 2 acs 2 roods
Miriam Brizan 1 acre
Esit, itchell
by Sophia N. H;impshire '2. acress
Beaulieu 1 rood
0. Dona!d HauDp Hill 1 house


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47).


yet:criptioil
Name Situation of
Pror ''"tv


Strachan, Sy:vester
Theophilus
Wi liam

Street, MsAtry


Snug Corner 1 house
Mt. Maitland 2 ac.c 20 polhs
Wobirn 1 eare
Onlivigny 1 idre 2 roods
Ridia 1 hnuse
1 nr.. 9 r-rAa.o


Superville, Leo Perserver:
Sween, Ler oira &
Elberiha Mt. Maiti!
Sylvestdi-, Harry Fn.ittioy
do do
fient Psadlock
Sinieon Belton Bea.uliei
Vangeliina 0. Mt Pleaia
Viviatn i raad Ari
Sa'nuel, Cecil Temripe


do
Seon, Albert
do
SL'.vv'rf, Ed3n.) by G.
Robei t
Taitt, \l'ary Ann
Tayloi, Agatha
Tolesford, Anion
David
Leonard


do
Belmonft
Quaraniion

Paddock
Bhnker's
.Mt. Gity
N. Haimp
Grantrin
Westerhal


anc


eo 1 actr


and 3 ac Pr-3 27ipls
2 houses
1 rood
I house
1 rood
nt do
esi i h'ousa
2 hon'es-
3 nere-s 20 plI
1 house
eSt. da

do
Hill 2 acre*
I house
shire 4 acies
1 house
I1 1 acre


-, ,n St. (e3o. Est. do
Theodore, Septimus Mt. Helicon 1 hou
de Tempe 1 acr(
Thomas, Adolphus Wobuirri do
Christcpiher Morne Jaloux 1 hou
Ellie Grand Mal do
Foit y Fr,,tl~oy 2 roo
Harvey Caliste I hou
Tondy o 2 roo
Thalmas Brizan iuccr
Elin', Morie Jaloux 1 ner
Toussaint, Noibert Mt. Pleasaint hou
Trustees, Court St, d6 3 acr'
Paul's Diaimond St. Paul's 1 roo!
Vincent, King WVesterhall 2 ao
Waller, Agnecita Vendome 1 hou
Weeks, Ruth Springs 1 rooo
Willikiiiv, Cornelius N/Hamp'shire 1 hi,'
D'niei M'orhe I)hlie do


Emanr-uel Bekbulieu
Evangelins Ca'e Gard-eh
Harriet Belmont
Hermon Belmont
J.hh Mcr'i Delic'e
Mary Bleaulieu
Massiah Woburn .
Miie'icl'bt Black Forrest
Virginia Grand M al
Wilsou, Urania Mt. Edgecoinbe
Woodroffe, Elizabeth Beaulieu
Jamres Grand Arnse
Sylvia E. Beaulieu
William, .Joseph Mlt. Hope


se



das

se



se
ris

es
d 4 poles
2 rd 20 pi
se
d 9 poles
,.e


do
1 houiase
1 rood 4 poles
1 house
1 aicre
2 foods
1 acre
do
do
dO
I acre 2 rood'
1 house
2 roods
1 housij


ESTATES.


Ciroler, Cecjl by J. Petit C;li cn. 1 hdti '
do do 195 a lr 20 p
Neckles, Phenius Beoaiujouu' 2 6dufes
do do 563 acs 12' pl


N:iti. i


Andall, Reeves
Anbome, LyrisB
Bain, Sylvan
Bell, Cktrialitre
Celestine, t.,ward
Diunean' iRupert
Grenidge, Cla- ehce
Griffit.h, Thtfes5
;Inim e., 1,.yrt,'
.Johri, triphiien
Josep, h RBhe~icf
Lahihert, Carlton
Morrif, P. G.
Mii,,,, Franklyn
Noel, Godwin
Pitrick, Mhary
Pircell, L. A.
Rich rd, Jeseph
Simon, A'lanu


ADDENDA.

Stituai~tjoi. or


N. Hampshire 1 house
Mt. Airie 2 rdood
Graiii Anue 1 house
Weefdlands 'do
Morne Ja'oax do
Cornstantine do
N. Hampshire do
Woodlands 2 rocds 11 pls
St. Paul's 1 house
Boca do
OhlliA.t do
Grand Ansq. do
Grahd Mat do
Vendomo 2 roo3s
Belmotit 2 acrts
Mroliniere 1 house
La Mode 2 foes
Noli ne Delico 3 roo-is
Mt. Parri ssus 28'p les


AGRIICULTURE.

Apprenticeship Scheme.



SPPLICATIONS are invited for four Agri-
i cultural Apprenticeships shortly to become
vdaant in the Department of Agriculture.
2. The course of training will be for a period
of one year and will commence on the 1st October,
1954. Successful candidates wilt be required to
reside at Mt. Moritz Agriiilttural Station in
quarters provided there to be under control of the
Agricultural Assistaflt. They will receive an
allowance of $384 per annum arid will be required
to make their own arrangements for board.
9'. The Government accepts no responsibility
expressed nor implied to employ or to find employ-
ment for apprentices on the completion of their
course.
4. Applh:. a t-, who should be between the ages
of 18 and 24 should state age, school or schools
attended wifih standard or certificates attained,
past and present employment and emoluments
e:irned at the present time, experience in agri-
culture and the facilities which they expect will
bbe aivaila l',i to them for practising agriculture
after theii period of apprenticeship.
5. Applications should be addressed to the Super-
initendent of Agricultura, Botanic Gardens, St.
George's, and should reach that address not Inter
than 31st August, 1954. The envelope containing
the application must be marked Apprenti3eship"
on the outside.
6. Testimonials which will not be returned:
should accompany the application.

W. R. E. NANTON,
S pi ,:-I.,t,',.:. of Agriculture.

ilth August, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE,


AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47).


NOTICE TO SMALL HOLDERS

GROWING CLONAL COCOA

Mixed Fertilizer

SMA.LL holders growing clonal cocoa are informed
that a mixed artificial fertilizer suitable for
young clonal cocoa may be obtained from the cocoa
stations at Mt. Horne, Aehendon and Maran at the
price of 75 cents per pound.

W. R. E. NANTON,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


NOTIC E


TAKE notice that the Register of Voters (District
Board) for the Parish of St.'David for 1954.
has been published and may be seen at the District
Board's Office, St' David's.
A speical meeting of the Board will be held on
Friday, the 3rd day of September, 1954, from 4.30
p.m. to 6.00 p.m, at this office for hearing of
objections to names not entitled' to be retained
therein and for the insertion therein of names
improperly omitted.


Post of Agricultural Officer.
Grenada, B.W.I.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the vacant
post of Agricultural Officer in the Depart-
ment of Grenada, B.W.I.
The post, which is pensionable carries a salary
scale of $3,360 rising by annual increments of
$120 to $4,320 (700x25-900). Consideration
will be given to the appointment of an applicant
at a point in excess of the minimum, if circum-
stances warrant.
Quarters are provided for which rent, at the rate
of 10% of salary or 5% of the assessed value of the
quarters, whichever is less, is payable per annum.
The officer will be required to keep a car and
will be entitled to a travelling allowance at present
at the rate of $1,276 per annum. Government
will be prepared to approve a loan to enable The
officer to purchase a car.
SApplicants should have as a minimum qualifi-
cation the Diploma of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture or equivalent degree and
should have had considerable experience as an
officer of a Department of Agriculture. Experience
in applied Research and Agricultural Extension
work, would be advantages as would general
administrative experience.
The duties of the officer will be those assigned
to him by the Superintendent of Agriculture to
whom he will be directly responsible. Such duties
will include the direction of Agricultural Extension
and Soil Conservation programmes, the respon-
sibility for certain field experiments and trials, as
well as general work of .an administrative nature.
The Agricultural Officer will be deputy to the
Superintendent of Agriculture for whom he will
act as occasion demands. The officer will be
subject to the Colonial Regulations and to the


General Orders of the Colony.
Applications must be in the handwriting of the-
applicant who should give the following particulars
about himself:
(a) Age
(b) Schools, colleges etc. at which educated,.
and certificates and qualifications
obtained, with dates
(c) Nature of present and past employment,.
with dates
(d) Emoluments earned in present post (or in
post in which last employed, if
unemployed)
(e) Past experience in work similar to that
required in the post now advertised
(f) Marital Status and number of children.
Applicants should also furnish testimonials
(which will not be returned) certified as true copies
by a Justice of the Peace, Minister of Religion or
Head of a Government Department.
Applications which do not contain the required
information will not be considered.
A Medical Certificate from a Government
Medical Officer should be furnished.'
Applications should be addressed to the Super-
intendent of Agriculture, Botanic Gardens, St.
George's, Grenada, and should reach that address
not later than 15th September, 1954.
Government Office,
Grenada, B.W.I.
29th July, 1954.


Vacant Post of Assistant Superintendent
of Works, Public Works Department,
St. Vincent.

PPLICATIONS are invited for the vacant post
Sof Assistant Superintendent of Public Works,.
St. Vincent, British West Indies.
2. The salary of the post, which is pensionable,.
is in the scale $2,880 per annum, rising by annual
increments of $120 to $3,600 per annum.
3. No Cost of Living Allowance is payable.
4. Quarters are not provided.
5. A Transport Allowance of $1,020 per annum
is payable in respect of a motor car maintained by
the officer for official travelling.
6. Applicants should have a working knowledge
of the planning, estimating, setting out and con-
struction of buildings, bridges, roads and water-
works and their maintenance.
7. Previous experience in a Public Works
Department or with a reputable firm of Building
Contractors, and experience in the field organisa-
tion of Works and Labour will be- taken into
account.
8. The person appointed will be liable to transfer
to a similar post of equivalent status in the
Windward Islands.
9. Applications must be. addressed, to the Assis-
tant Administrator 'and Establishment Officer,
Government Office, Kingstown, St. Vincent, -and
must reach him not later'than 31st Au gust, 1954.
4th August, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47),


Post of Road Construction Engineer,
Public Works Department, Dominica.

A PPLICATIONS are invited for the Post of
IA Construction Engineer, Public Works Depart-
ment, Dominica.
The appointment will be on contract for a period
of two years in the first instance. The salary will
be at the rate of $6,240 (1,300) per annum.
Free passages will be provided for the officer,
his wife and children, not exceeding five persons,
en first appointment and free reo n passeges on
satisfactory termina4lon of engagement. One week
vacation leave on full salary will be granted for
each completed period of tbhee months resident
service to be taken on completion of the period of
agreement.
The officer will work under the general direction
of the Director of Works and will be required to
carry put construction of roads and drainage in
tropical rain forest country and direct the use of
heavy earth moving equipment under arduous
conditions.
Bush camping quarters are providing adjacent
to the site of work. The officer will be required
tb live on or near the site while work is in
progress but week ends can be spent in the
capital. Subsistence and transport allowances
will be payable at the rates in force locally.
SApplications must be in the applicant's own
handwriting and should state:-
(1) Age.
(2) Schools or Universities at which educated
and certificates or diplomas obtained.
(3) Nature of present and past employment with
dates.
(4) Amount of monthly salary or wages earned
in the post in which applicant was last
employed.
(5) Past experience in work of the same or
similar kind to that required in the post
advertised.
(6) Applicants shonli also furnish testimonials
(which will not be returned) certified as
true copies by a Justice of the Peace or a
Minister of Religicn or a Head of a Depart-
ment.
A Medical Certificate from a Government
Medical Officer should be furnished.
Applications should be addressed to His Honour
the Administrator, Government Office, Dominica,
B.W.I., to reach him not later than 15ih Septem-
ber, 1954.

Government Office,
Dominica,
11th August, 1954.


NOTICE.

British Caribbean Air Transport Advisory
Council Barbados.

frTHE Council invites applications from suitably
1 qualified persons for the following post :
Administrative Secretary (Civil Aviation)


at an annual salary in the scale 900 x 50-
1,000 per annum4 Passages on assumption and;
termination of appointment for the Administrative
Secretary and family up to five in all from and to.
the place of engagement will be paid by the
Council.
The post does not at present carry pensions or
superannuation rights. The appointment will be
for a period of three years in the first instance.
Candidates should possess knowledge and ex-
perience in office management and also some
experience in aeronautical practice and procedures
and a knowledge of the civil aviation pattern in the.
British West Indies.
The Corncil 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 references, should be addressed to the Execu-
tive Secretary, Regional Economic Committee,
Hastings House, Barbados, before 15th September,
1954.


GRENADA

in th- Supreme Court of the Windward'
islands and Leeward Islands.



(Original Jurisdiction).
IN THE ESTATE OF JAMES ALEXANDER.
BENJAMIN DECEASED.


Suit No. 136 of 1951.
Between
MAY MUNRO
and
PETER BENJAMIN


Piainti.F


Defendant


BY ORDER made the 3rd day of July 1954 there
Swill be offered for sale at this office on Friday
the 10th day of September 1954 at 12.00 o'clock
noon all the right title and interest of the Defen-
dant to and in a lot of land about one acre more
or less situate at Mt. Granby in the parish of Saint
John in the island of Grenada bounded on its
several sides by lands of Christiana Glude, lands of
John Glude and by lands of the Plaintiff or howso-
ever otherwise the same may be bounded.
The interest of the defendant id believed and
taken to be an estate in fee simple and the same is
being sold 'free from all judgements against the
Defendant so far as known.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of sale'
a copy of which may be seen at this office and to
the reduced reserve price of 76. 0. 0.

C. L. SCIPIO,
Acting Depnty Refpstrar,
Registrar's Office,
18th August, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 21, 1954.-(No. 47.)


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


EFFECTIVE FROM 1ST AUGUST, 1954.

Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

(R.AD F.S Advance'


Green

Dry

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Cents

do.

do.

do.

do.

do,


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
Year.
C. HIUGHES,.
SOcretary:..,
.Date fixed 9th Auigust, 195.


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GRENADA,

PRINTED uY THie GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERINMIT iN' I N'J'NG':II'l'.
ST'. GEO-GiE"'S.
1954


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Supplements to
Grenada Official Gazette


v.72


no.47


Imperial Legislation:


Colonial Civil Aviation...
Colonial Air Navigation...


1954
1954


Statutory Rules and Orders:
no.41-42 of 1954




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