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317


GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


ubiiAhcb by Anthorit1i.


VOL. 72.1 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954. [No. 49.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


APPOINTMENTS
No. 241.
N accordance with Rule 3 of the Probation of
Offenders (Amendment) Rules, 1953, (S. R. &
(. No. 13 of 1953) the following Committee has
beon appointed for a period ot one year in the first
instance to guide the Probation Officer in the
performance of his duties :-
THEI MAGISTRATE, S.D. (Chairman),
THE SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE,
THE SOCIAL WORKER,
A. O. PAYNE, Esq.
MRs. CLARENCE RENWICK.
I stSeptemiber, 1954.
M..P. 2186.

No. 242.
)EVEREND ROBERT A. MAINS has been
L. appointed a Marriage Officer in respect of the
Congregation of the Fundamental Baptist Church
in the Colony.
4th September, 1954.
M. P. 164.

No. 243.
1)EVEREND ROBERT A. MAINS has been
- appointed to act as a Marriage Officer in
respect of the congregation of the Presbyterian
Church in the Colony.
4th September, 1954.
M. P. 164.

No. 244.
rpIHE-Honourable J. F. FLEMING, O.B.E., J.P.,
1 has been appointed a member of the Rent
Assessment Board for the purposes of section 4 of
the Rent Restriction Ordinance 1949 (No. 14 of
1949) with effect from 1st September, 1954, vice
Mr. R. O. WILLIAMS, deceased.'
3rd September, 1954.
M.P. 901.


No. 215.
M R. L.A. ~WILLIAMS has been appointed as-
Legal Assistant, Grenada, with effect fror-
1st September, 1954.
4th September, 1954..
P. r. 858.

No. 246.
IT is hereby notified that pending issue of Her
Majesty's Exequatur, Mr. A. JOHN COPE, Jr.,
an American citizen, has been accorded provisional
recognition as Consul of the U. S. A. at Port-of-
Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I.
4th September, 1954.
M. 115 iI.

No. 247.
SR. RAYMOND GRIFFITH has been appointed as
a Graduate Master, G.U.S.'., with effect,
from 30th August, 1954.
3rd September, 1954.
P.F. 857.

ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 248.
M/. )DEnEK WALCOTT has been appointed to
IV act as Graduate Master, G.B.S.S., with effect.
from 26th August, 1954.
3rd September, 1954.
P.8. 851,

No. 249.
THE Right .Konourable the Secretary of State
for the Colonies has notified the Governor
that, the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to the
following Ordinance of the Grenada Legislature:-
No. 24 of 1954.-An Ordinance to consolidate
and amend the law relating to the Sale of
Produce.
3rd September, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49.)


-No. 223.


Tenders for Supplies to Government Instjitutions, &., for the Year, 1955.


,QEALED TENDERS will b: received at this office until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, 15th September. 1954,
'k for the supply during the year 1955, of such quantities of the undermentioned articles as may be
daily orotherwise required for the use of the several Governlent Dearctmnent.s and Institutions in the
,Town and Parish of St. George ard St, Andrw's and Qarriacou.


ST. GEOR(GES.

Head A.-Groceries, &c. ..
Barley ... ... per pound
Bovril .. ... pe~ pot'
Brandy, (state brand) ... per bottle
Butter, Table ... ....e pound
Oheese .; .. ... per pound.
Coffee : ... ...
Milk, condensed (state brand) case of 48 tins
Oats, cereal ( do ) ...per tin-


... per bottle
... per pound
... per case


Bead B,-Meat, Fish &c.
Beef, fresh, without bone ... per
do with bone ...


Beef, Salt
Pork. Salt
do Fresh
Fowls
Fish Fresh (a)
Lettuce
'Tomatoes

Head C
SBreadfruit
Bluggoes
Potatoes, Sweet'
do English
'Tannias
Yams


pound
do


...... do
... ... do
do

.... pr ounce
... ... per pound

-Ground Provisions.
...... per ppund
... do
...... do
... ... do
do
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 cnly) :
For Colony Hospital ... per cord
For Richmond Hill Institutions do

Head F.-Bedding, Clothing &c.


Canvas ...
Coconut fibre ...
Domestic ...
Drill, blue hector ...
Duck, brown
do white ...
Eungaree
Flannel
.Handkerchiefs, blue check
Hooks and Eyes, metal, black,


do do
Jean, blue
Mohair blue
Muslin
Osnaburg
Serge, blue


... per yard
... per pound
... per yard.
... dp

... do
do
... do
.... each
large, per dozen


metal, white, large per dozen
... per ard
do
... ... do
... do
do


Sheeting (unleQhad calico)
Silesia, b'leia ...
do. striped ...
Substitute, silk black
T .pe
Thread, Brown ...
do white ...
do black ...
eo. ie i g .
.Tlreadl. khali ...
Ticking striped bed
Towels, hand
Twine, seine ..
Whisky ...


2 yds. wide per yard
... per yard
... do
... per dozen reels
... per dozen
... per pound
... per dozen reels
... do
pe... r ball
.., per dozen reels
... per yard
... each
... per pound
... per bottle


ST. ANDREW'S HOSPITAL.

Read A.- Groceries.


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


... per pound
... do
... per pot
... per bottle
... per pound
... do
... dc
... do
... per dozen boxes
... per dozen tins
... per reputed qt.
... per bottle
... per case
... per pound
... do
... do
... do
... do
... do
... per bottle


Head B.-Meat, Fish dc.


Beef, fresh, without
do with boe
Beef, salt
Fish, fresh (a)
Fish, salt
Fowls
Pork, salt
do fresh


bone '.:.per pound
e '... do
.. ... do
...... do
do
do
...... do
...... do


Head C. Ground Provisions.


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


Eggs


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


Head D.-Dairy Produce.
.. ... per dozen


Head E.-.lliscellaneous.


Charcoal
Firewood


... per barrel
... per cord


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


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49). 319

'THE BELLEVUE HOSPITAL, CARRIACOU. Head B.-Meat, Fish, &c.

Beef. fresh, without bone ... per pound
SHead A.-Groceries. do do with bone ... do
Beef, fiesh, (a) ...... do
Barley ... ... per pound Fish, .alt .. ... do
Biscuits ... ... o Fowls ... ... do
Black Pepper ...... do Pcrk, salt ... ... do
-Bovril .... ... per pot do fresh ... ... do
Brandy ... ... per bottJe
Bread ... ... per pound Head C.-Miscellaneous.
'Cocoa ... ... per found
Coffee ... ... do Charcoal ...... per pound
,Cornstarch ... ... do firewood ... .. do
Matches (safety) ... ... per dozen boxes
Milk, Condensed ... ... per tin ead D.-Dairy Produce.
Oatmeal ...... per pound
Oil, Sweet ...... per bottle Eggs ... ... per dozen
Oil, kerosene, 95% test ... per case Milk ... ... per bottle
Oleomargarine .... ...,per pound
Peas, split ...... do Head E.- Ground Provisions.
Rice ...... d6
Sago ...... do Onions ... ... per pouid
Salt ... ... do Plantains ... ... do
Soap, Laundry ...... per box of 56 lb. Pumpkins ...... do
Sugar, brown ...... per pound Potatoes, sweet ... ... do
Sugar, granulated ...... do Tannias ... ... do
Whisky ...... per bottle Yams ... ... do

endersers are to be addressed to,.the Chairman, Tenders Board, and marked on the envelope. TENDEI FOR
SUPPLIES TO CGOVELiXxEXT INSTri'UTIONS, &c." They should, in all cases, be accompanied by samples or by a
sufficient description ot the class arid quality of the Goods intended to be supplied under the tender. Samples thus
sent will, in the event of the tender not being accepted, be returned on application to Government Office within
.one month of the tenders being considered and, if not. 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 desired
.can be obtained on application at Government 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 accere the lowest o- arv tender Prp reseeres trhe pwere o" accepting
.any part of the tender.
Nothing in any contract which may be entered into will be considered as affecting the right of the Government
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
Asyluns and the Prison Cart at the coor of the Contractor's premises.
(a) Tenders will require to state the earliest hour at which they would be prepared to supply fresh fish.

CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT.
1. The Contract to be from 1st January, to the 31st December, 1955, inclusive.
2. The contractor undertakes to deliver at his own expense into the Stores* of Institution the
a'tisles unaed in the annexed printed paper marked At at the price therein stated, at such days. at such times, and
'' il"i4idl quhntitie's asmay 'be stated on the requisition of the Head of the Department or Officer in charge. and for the
purposesofsuch delivery any time so specified by the Head of the Department or Officer in Charge, shall be deemed
to be of the essence of this Contract..
3. Every article supplied must be of unexceptionable quality, and according to the samples or specification which
accompanied the Tender, in cases where such sample or specification was submitted.
4. Any articles considered by the Head of the Department or the Officer in Charge to be of inferior quality may
be rejected by him, and shall be immediately removed and replaced by the Contractor at his own expense, without
any allowance being made to him for such articles.
5. If the rejected articles are not removed within 6 hours- from. the time notice shall have been given to the
Contractor, they will be returned to, and at the expense of the Contractor; provided that if the Contractor gives such
explanation :as may be satisfactory to the Governor, such reduction shall not be made.
6. Should the Contractor neglect or refuse to replace rejected articles or to supply any of the articles contracted
for at the times stated in the requisitions, the Head of the Department or Officer in Charge shall be at liberty to
purchase the said articles from other persons; and the difference between the price paid for such articles and the
-contract price shall be deducted from the next payment made to the Contractor.
7. The Head of the Department or Officer'X. Charge may, if he should deem it necessary, purchase articles of
perishable food, such as meat, fish, &ec, at-once to replace rejected articles.
8. If the Contractor should fail to comply with paragraph 3, or commit any of the ii-regularities mentioned in
paragraph 6 the Governor in Council shall have power to terminate the Contract immediately or at such time as may
appear to him proper or convenient.
9. The Contract may be terminated at any time by three months' notice being given either by the Contractor
to the Administrator or by the Administrator to the Contractor. Such notice shall be deemed to relate to
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 Government Office. It will
apply to the Colony Hospital and the Government Printing Office.
fThis will be the list of Articles in respect of which the contract is enteredlinto.
14th August, 1954.
File 185-1/55.











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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49).


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 Governmenb
institutions);
Town of Grenviiie and Parish of St. Andrew's (including pauper inmates of the Princess Alice
Hospital);
Town of Gouvave 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. David'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 te accept the
lowest or any tender.
14th August, 1954.
M.P. 185/6/55.


No. 226.
Tenders for the Conveyance
Passengers and Cargo
Grenada and Carriacou.


of Mail,
between


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 shovild be fitted with lavatory 'and equipped
with adequate seating accommodation for passen-
gers and boats and lifeboats for passengers and
crew.
2. 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 he "reisrved 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
1, 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.

EALED 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 he submitte.l 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, 1951.
M.P. 1078.












GOVERNMENT GAZE1TT E, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49).


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

SEALED Tenders are invited for conveyance of
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 Gouyave, including the
Postal Stations on the way as well as between the
several District Post Offices and Postal Stations
referred to. The Mails for the Eastern and West-
ern sides of -he 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) fom Sauteurs and
St. George's and under such conditions as shall be
agreed upon in the respective contracts, informa-
tion as to which will be supplied on application to
the Colonidl Treasurer.
The make and ago of the vehicle proposed to be
used for the service should be stated.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any .tender.
Tenders close at 4.00 p.m. on Wednesday, the 15th
day of Septeimbr, 1953, and should be addressed to
the Chairman, Tenders Board, St. George's, and
marked on the envelope "Tender for Mail Service."
14th August, 1954.
FILE 185-3/55 & 185-4/55.


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

SEALED tenders are invited for conveyance of
the mail by motor bus between the District
Post Office of Grenville and the Postal Stations of
Birch Grove and La Digue for- a period of one year
from the 1st January, 1955.
The service willbe operated daily (Sundays and,
public holidays excepted) and the contractor will,
be required to meet the contract bus for the Mail
Service Eastern Coast at Grenville.,, morning and
afternoon.
The contractor will he 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 emplcyed 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 tp accept the
lowest or any tender.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
14th August, 1954.
M.P. 18://5/5.


VACANT POST OF ASSISTANT MASTER.



ST. VINCENT GR:MMIER SCHOOL


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
S qualified persons for the post of Assistant
Master, St. Vincent Grammer School.
2. The post is pensionable and the salary will be
in the scale $2,880 x $120-$3,600 for a Graduate
in Science and $2,016 x $96-$2,688 for a non-
graduate.
3. The successful candidate will be expected to
teach Chemistry and either Botany or Biology up
to the standard of the Cambridge Higher School
Certificate.
4. Applications must be addressed to the Assista~L
Administrator and Establishment Officer, (overn-
ment Office, St. Vincent, and must reach him not
later than 20th September, 1954.




NOTICE.



rF HE following have been declared approved sites
L for gasoline filling and service st;itions:--
(a) St. George's Road at Green Bridge
(b) Junction of Melville Street. and Cross Stree.
(c) Between the Wharf Road and Tyrrel Stra8u
opposite the Public Works power tools
workshop
(d) The open land opposite the top Botanic ~Gte
between the Spring/Calivigny Road and'the
new road around the lagoon, and
(e) A new site on the Wharfthrough reclamation.


DEP ARTMENTAL


NOTICES.


TREASURY.

Issue of Warrants under the Water
Supply Ordinance (Cab. 240).



STOTIC E is hereby given that under the authority
of section 35 of the Water Supply Ordinance,
warrants will b. issued fiom this office for the
recovery of A after rates remaining unpaid after the
31st Auqgust, in respect of the year 1954, together
with the fines due thereon.

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











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 28, 1954.-(No. 48).


INCOME TAX NOTICE.

NOTICE is hereby given that after the 15th
September, 1954, any person who has not
submitted an Income Tax Return which was
normally due on the 31st May, 1954, will be dealt
with in accordance with the Provisions of Section
39 (5) of the Income Tax Ordinance No. 4 of 1954.

IRI BAIN,
Comptroller, Income Tax.
The Income Tax Office,
Grenada,
24th August, 1954.




OTICE is hereby given that the undeimentioned
I persons having become defaulters under the
Taxes Management Ordinance, Cap. 2'1 of the
Laws in respect of Land and House Tax for the
'year 1953 and previous years, the propel ties shown
opposite their names, wiil be offered for sale by
Public'Auction at 1.30 p.m. on Friday, the 10thday
of September, 1954 at the Treasuty, St. George's,
for the recovery of the Taxes due thereon.

G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury,
llth August, 1954.
Descrlptiou
Name Situation of
Property


,.Adolphus, Jane
Ahow, Clarice
.Aird, Juliana
do
do
Mamay
Alexander, Felix


Belmont 1 acre
do 22 poles
Woburn 1 house
Snug C.rner 2 houses
do 18 pohs
Mt. Parnassus 1 house


Pau IMt. Gay


do do
Jacob Beaufi u
do do
James La Mode
.Julia Fontei:oy
Margaret Mt. Pleasant
do do


Alexis, John
Allette, D. C.
Alleyne, Benjamin
Elizabeth
Samuel
Ambrose, Alban
Andrew, Camay
McDonald
Melville
Antoine, Edward
Francis
Miriam
Anthony, Coral
Aquart, Jane
by J. 1McDonald
Arnold, Nellie
Bailey, Christiana
Bain, McAuley
Ophelia
Eaptisbe, Agatha


(4rand An.se
Snug Corner
Woburn


1 house
2 roods
1 house
2 roads
1 house
19 poles
1 ac 2 rds 3 pis
1 rood 10 pls
1 house
25 acres
2 roods


do 1 acre
Calivigny 4 acres
Mt. Liridsay 4 poles
Beaulieu 1 rood
Anmandale 2 acres
Belmont i house
Calivigny 1 acre 2 roods
Granlon i ac 1 rd 35 pls
do 1 rood
Woburn 1 house
Constantine 5 acres
La Moce 3 acres
Morne Delice 2 rds 18 poles
La Mcde 1 house
N/t ampshire 1 acre 2 roods
Beaulieu 2 roods
Moliniere 1 rood


Nime


Baptiste, Edward S.
do
do
Edward
Irene
Om necita
Uriah
Bartholomew, Edith
do
Elias
Elizabethl
Bell, Thomas W.
Benoit, Joseph
Bernard, Monica
Berrotte, Jaseph
do
Blackman, Adi.na
Brathwaite, Amy
Bruno, Alexander
Catherine
Emanuel
Est. Isaac


Situation


Descriptio.i
of
Property


Mt. Pleasant I house
do 1 n;re
Richmond 2 acres
N/Hnmrpshire 2 roods
N. Hampshire 1 rood 8 poles
Mt. Parnassus 1 acre
Springs 1 house
N/Hampshbie do
do 1 ac 3 rd 10 p
Mt. Pleasant 1 acre
Mt. Gay 31 poles
Woburn 1 house
Morne Ruuge 3 acres
Temue 1 house
True Blue do
Grand Anse roods
Release Green 1 acre
Mt. Airie 2 roods
Mt. Parnassus 1 rood 4 poles
do 20 p-les
Mt. Mainland .! rood 2 poles


by Norton Woburn


1 acre


Vida Springs I house
Winston St. Paul's do
Burris, Frederick Woodlinds 2 roods
George Calivigny 2 roods
Benoit, Frtnk St. Paul's I house
Cadore, Frederica Grand Mall 1 rood
Carter, Cecelia M. Rouge Sth. I acre
Jonatta Springs 1 house
Celestine, Phillip La Mode 1 house
do do 1 acre
Charles, Adina Snug Corner 1 house
Diana Mt. D'Or 1 acre 2 roo3s
Edna Tempe 2 roods
Elias Moliniere 1 house
do do 1 acre
E!:anuel Calivignv 1 acre
Ernest Morne Rouge 2 ac 1 rd 34 p
James, Bobb Beaulieu 4 ac 2 rd 38 p
Lawrence Richmond I rocd
Mary
for Cyprian Granton 1 acre
M ollyana Beaulieu 1 house
Charles, Randolph Snug Corner 1 house
Thomas N. Ham.ilshire 2 roods
Chateau, Olive Mht. Gay 1 house
Checkley, Theresa by
An:ta Springs 1 hou-e
Clarence, Walter St. Ge:. Est. 1 a':re
Clarke, David G. Fraser 1 arre 3 roods
George Black Forrest 1 acre
Joseph St. Gec. Est. 1 acre
do Black Forres 1 acre
Mary St. Geo. Est. 1 house
do do 2 roods
do N. Hampshire 2 acres
do Beaulieu 2 roods
Cobb, Cornelius Mt. Gay 1 house
Mary do 2 roods
Collins, Fedora Vendome 1 house
Cooper, Est. Adina
by Samuel Snug Corner 2 roods
do La Mode 1 acre
Cox, Mitchell St. Geo. Est, 2 roods
Wilfred Belmont 1 house
Orawford, Sarah Mt. Maitland 4 acres
do Release Green 2 roods


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49.)


Name


Situation


Cruickshank, Cyprian L.i orie road
Emanuel Westerhalli
Salena Mt. Airie
Davidson, Ivy Wrodinnds
do Belmont
Delves, Cornelia &
Orp. by Mary Belmont
do do
Mary Belmont
Garvey & Ovil do
Thomas Springs
Devenish, Arthur Grand Mal
do Fontenoy
Donald, Aldrica Mt. Gay
Douglas, Adelaide St. Gee. Est.
Louisa Chantilly
Mary St. Geo. Est.
Dubissette, Joseph C. Woodlands
Ducloux, Gerald W. Belrnnt
do do
Dufield, William Mt. L'Or
Dowden, Renwick Mt. Moritz
do do
Edgehill, Jane Mt. Maitland
Edwaras, Courtney Mt. Moritz
Loreuzo Grand ilal
do Mt. Moritz
Myrtle Tempe
do co
Wilhelmnina Westerhall
William Beaulieu
Elms, Iris Ciare Grand Mal
John E. Moliniere
EmIanuel, Margaret Point Salines
Ferguson, Dora Springs
Flavigny, Charles B. Grand Mal
Virginia Grand Anse
Fleming, Eric c/o
Una St. Geo. Est.
For ester, Pliilip Mt. D'Or
Tom Black Forest


do
Fouchong, Helena
Francis, Amos
Anast :cia
DeFreitas
Elizabeth
George
Francis, Joseph
Stephen
Frank, Ada
Emanuel
do
Nathaniel
do
Fraser, Alfred
Frederick ,Est. Eliza
by Fitzroy
Emanuel
Lionel
Garraway, Ashley
Gellineau, Peter
'George, Anthony
do
Jeremiah
Rosetta
Gibbes, Milton
Virginia
'Gilbert, Eugene


do
Mt. Airie
Grand Anse


Description
P ofp
Property


1 house
2 ac 1 rd 34 p
1 acre 2 roods
1 house
1 ac 1 rd 13 p

1 house
3 rooda 10 pis
1 acre
do
1 house
do
1 acre 2 rds
3 acs 2 rcois
i. acre
.1 rood
1 acre
do
1 house
1 acre
2 roods
1 house
1 rood
2 ris 16 pls
1 h -use
2 acre
2 roods
J house
1 rcol 20 pls
2 acs 12 pis
1 house
2 roods 20 pis
1 acre 30 pls
4 acre 12 pls
. house
1 rood 20 pls
2 roods

2 roods 36 pis
2 ac 2 rds 1 pl
1 house
15 poles
1 acre
15 poles


Mt. Parnassus 1 rood
Ravine 1 house
Champfleur 3 roods
Springs 2 rcods
Mt. Airie lac Ird 26 pls
Westerhall 2 ac 2rd 10 pl
N. Hampshire 1 rood
Boca 1 house
ro 1 acre
St. Geo. Est. 1 house
do 3 acres 2 r s
Springs 1 rood 14 pis


Mt. D'Or
Beautlieu
Fontenoy
Springs
Hope Vale
Tempe
do
Calivigny
Beaulieu


3 acres 3 rds
1 rood
1 rood
1 hose
1 acre 11 pls.
1 house
2 roods 33 pls
4 .acres
1 acre


2 rds


Perseverance '2 roods
Happy Hill 1 rood
Mt. Edgecombe 7 acres


Name


Gill, John
Gitteus, Foster A.
do
Geo. M.
Greaves, Evelyn E.
Griffith, Edgar
Elizabeth
do
Elthan
Freddie
Harris, Charles
Martha
Hartman, Millicent
Holder, William
'Hood, WilCfed
Hopkin, Curtis
Howard,' M. J.
Byacinth, Daniel
& Others
Hypolite, John A.
Isaac, Cecelia
Jack, Mary
James, Arnold
Benjamin
Elizs1
Ifartin C.
Mary L.
Napoleon

Rebecca
Urias
Virginia

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


Situation


D.scriptionl
of
`"p.r vi,


Mt. Airie 1 ac Ird 34 pl
Mt. Parnassua 1 house
do 1 tood
Sh. Paul's do
Moliniere 1 acre 30 pie
Morne Jaloux 2 houses
do 1 house
Hope Vale 3 ac 3 id 8 pls
Mt. Parnassus 3 acres
Marian 1 house
La Mode 1 house
Belmont ao
Fontenoy 1 rood
Mt. Parnassus 2 roods
Mt, G:iy 1 acre 7 poles
Behr.ont 1 house 2"rds
Paddock 1 house


Concord
M t. Airie
Grand Anse
Grand Mall
Mt. Gay
r Til


acres
house
rocd
acres
house


op Ll ,,
Snug Corner ,,
St. Geo. Est.
Beaul:eu 2 roorls
Fontenoy 1 acre
Grand Mal lac 2rd 19 pls
Mt. Gay 1 acro
,, 1 house
L-- Mode 1 rood
rieaulieu 1 rood 5 poles
Mt. Maitland 3 ics 2 roods
Grand Mal 1 ac 2 roods


Belmont.
Granton
Morne Jaloux
Woburn
Mt. Gay
Happy Hill
T. li;


3 rds 10 poles
2 acres
1 house

17 poles
1 hose


ones eau eu. ,,
lac 2rds 32pls
,, Industry 3 rooas
Plaisance 1 acre
Theresa St. Margrates 1 rood
Joseph, Allan Mt. Parnassus 1 house
Amelia Belmont
Christmas Brizan 2 roods
Elias Calivigny 5 acs 38 ple
Ellens Champfleur 3 rds 36 pis
Felicity Moliniere 1 rood
Fred Grand Mal 2 roods
Henrietta D'lkieth 1 house
Julien, Sendall N. Hampshire 2 roods
Gertr ude Beaulieu 1 house
Kerr, D. I. Lowthers Lane 3aes 3rd 10:ps
Knight, Emily N. Hampshire 1 acre
LaGiena-e, Samuel W/Hall (96) 2ac ird 20 Ils
LaRode, Phillip Fontenoy 1 acre 3 roods
Lambert, Septimus Chainpfleur 1 house
Langd-n, Llewellyn Mt. D'or 1 acre 2 roods
Lawrence, Cyril Madigras 1 acre
Edith Tempe 1 house
Solomon N. Hampshire 1 rood
Leacoek, Joseph Morne Jalou' 1 house 2 aca
Leo, Agnes Woodlands 1 pole -
Lewis, A.T glina Richmond 2 roods


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49).


N amee


Lewis, Angelina.
.Joseph
N; aman
Theophilus
Licorish, Mary

Linton, Eva,
Lord, G-rtrude
Louis, Angelina
Christian
do
Ed ward
Joseph
Nancy
Nobleman
La Touche, Frank
'Lewis, Chrisliana
Lowe, Cecil A,
do
Me Burnie, Jcseph
do
do
Me Myo, Peters
Me Phie, Daniel
Joseph


McSween, \Vilhelmean
do
Mahon, Mary
Maitlaind, James
Jane
Maloney, Mary
Manwarring, Theresa
Marryshow, Amos
Mark, Win:ta
Marriot, Vannie
Mitchell, Angelina
Fity
Jemina
Joseph
Maria
Stephen
Trifina
Wosley
Modeste Emilder
Iris
Loftus .
do
Moore, Theresa
Mc.ses, Inez


Situation


De-cription
Of
Property


Granton 8 poles
4;c Irld 32 pls
Morne Delice 1 acre


I l1ihnona
Release Green

Belmont
Mt. Parnassus
Be-iuiias
N/Hampshire
Rlichmond
An na, ale
N/Hamnpshir
Annandale
Beaulieu
Mt. Airie
N/HamDs ie
Mt. Gay
do
Black Forest
do
Vendo:ne
Madigras
Granton
do


Belmont
Cauliste
Moliniere
Belmont
do
Mt. Airie
Ravine
Woburn
Calliste
Mt. Gay
Beaulieu
Mt. Parnassus
Mt. Gay
Beaulieu
do
Mt. Mo ritz
N/Hampshire
R/mond Hill
Annandale
Bunkers Hill
Bethel
Calliste
Caliv'grnv
),r. GUy


MAunro, EBt. Abraham
by Nathaniel Beaulieu
Ivan do
S phia do
Stella Calli te
Walter N. Hamp
Murray, James Mt. Parn
M'urrel, lMahalA. GrOant.,n
Mitchell, Harder N. Harnp
Miriam Woodlan<
Nidd, Evelyn La Mode
Nelson, Alice R/mond I
Catherine Grand Mi
Iris Vendome
Minerva Moliniere


ao
SNewton, Cyril;
Nicolas, Fred
Ncel, Godwin,
Theodore


Beausejoi
Mt. Parn
Happy H
Springs
Springs


1 house
3 icres
1 house
1 nere
1 house
1 acre
3 acres
1 rc od
1 acre
2 roods
2 rde 1 role
1 acre
1 acre
1 house
2 acres 3 rds
1 house
7 icres
1 rood
3 roods
1 acre
2 acres
1 rood
3 acr-s
2 roods
5 acres'
4 acres 9 rds
2 acres
2 roods
2 acres
1 house
1 acre
1 rood
1 rocd
2 roods
1 acre
1 house
1 house
2 roods .
1 house
1 rood
2 acres
2 acres 20 pls
1 rood
2 acras 2 rds
1 house

8 acres 2 rds
1 house
1 rood
1 ro-d 36 pls


shire 1 rood 20 pis
assus 3 roods 24 p a
3 acres
shire 1 acre
is 2 roods
1 house
iill 1 house
al 1 house
1 house
3 roods
ur 2. rooos
assus 1 house
i:l I house
1 house
2 roods


Name


S 'ilition


0
P ~wi-i' l4'l


Norman, Mary Randd Anne i housa
O iste, .himes W/Hall 102 2.ac 2 ras 36 p
Ovile, Theresia N. Hamrshire 1 rood
Otwny, G. W. Gr;ind Mat 2 roods
Parke, Alex : de- Mt. Airie I acre 2 roo:.s
"Nathain l t, Piarnassus 2 rco.i
Villi;mn & Or, d( 1 rooi
Piscali, NMlitchell Clivig.ny 2 n.i es
Ronald Wob irh. 1 house
Victoria, Moiniere 3 roods
Paul, Richard Belm nrt 1 acre 3orood$
Simeon St. Geo. Est.'4 acies
Penny, Adelaiile COlliste 2 acres
Maud Betlel 1 acre
Perryman, Anna, F. N. Hamrshire 2 acres 48 pls
Doris.&
Nat.hat,iel,Rose Hill .1 house
do Mtr. Pleasant 2 acres
Runcil N. Hampshire 2 ioods 16 p:s
-Philbert, Lionel B elmnont 1 housa
Ph;llip, Boys Marian 1 tnuse
Mrs.David Vendome 1 rood
1Elias L. Mode 1 h use
Esau Woodl nrds 1 house
toward Rihinh'nd 2 acres
Luoie W/ itll (55) 2 acres 10 pis
Sichardson Woburn 2 roods 22 pla
Pierre, Cyril B. Woburn 1 .,cre 5 poles
Jane St. Geo. Est. 2 roods
Pilgrim, Rose Woburn 3 toods 10 plh
Pounder, Matthew Mt. Maitl,, d 2 acs2 roo s
do vt. Parnassus I acre
Prescott, Evangelina Release Green do
do Top Hill 3 roods
Hubert Beauli u 1 house
Precious, Saville /l ampshire do
do co 1 acre 1 r.od
do Annandale 1 rood
do do 1 ac 30 poles
Purcell, Lennard A. Mt. Gay 1 house
Osberge Constantine do
no do 2 acre
do Azema 19 acres
do Black.Forest 3 tcods
Albert LA Mode 1 li use
Quammie, Rosel.ta Happy rill do
Raymond, Christiana iiellevue 1 acre
BRedhead, EdBlnund Grmnvilio Vale 1 house
do Uleaulieu 3 cods
Sophia do 1 no 2 rds 13 p
Rennie, Vanilla Westerhall 1 rood
Richaid, A.rgelina Calivigny 1 hopuso
Roberts, Adrian;. St. Guc. Est. 2 roods
Ed ward Belhnni .1 house
Evalinma Callis:e 2 aeres
Rupert St. Paul's 1 house
Robertson, Evelyn Beaulieu do
Ross, Elias st.Johu'.s.St do
Ellen Beaulieu -1o
Vetonica !e.aulieu 3 roods
Romai3i, Amelia Rainse 1 touso
St. Bernara, Abraham Hope Vnle 3 aces `?0 p.lj
Alexandrina St. Paul's I thouie
Charges M b. Parnasaus do
REpart Mt, Gay do
do Tempe 1 rood
St. John, Alexis E. Tempe I house
do do 23 a2 rds 33,p
do Mt. Parnassus 76 acres


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49)


Name


St. John; Alexis E.
Elizabeth
do
Ernest

Samuel, Harry
Henry
Noel
Wilfred
Sandy, Frederick

Miriam
Est, M itchelt


Description
situation of
_____ Property


M.t. Helicon


3 acres 2 rds


Belmcnnt 1 house
do 1 rood 23 pis
Tempe I house
1 acre 1 rood
Madiglas 1 acre
Morne Delice 2 roods
S 3 roods
Caliviguy 2 acs 2 rdis 1pl
Brizan 2 acre
Richmond 2 acs 2 roods
Brizan 1 acre


by Sophia N. Hampshire
0B l.;i


O. Donald Happy Hill
Scantibury, Heirs
of, Mary ,' Mt. Parnassns
by Letitia
Oscar
Sctt, Reuben Morne Delice
Sales, Emanuel Calivigny


Sheckness, Hubert
Louisa
Simon, Lewis
Simpson, Lewis
Sinclair, Edward
Skeete, Jimres
Joseph
Smart. Clifford
Smith, Arthur


Woodlands
LaBorie


. acres
1 rood
1 house

lacre 39 poles

1 house
1 acre 7 poles
3 roods 15 pls
20 poles
I house


Morne Delice 2 roods 32 pls
Calliste 1 house
B3elicnt 3 roods
Mt. Parnassus 1 house

Brizan 1 acre
Richmond Bill


George Morne Jal;ux
Snagg, Arthur Morne Rouge
Bertie St. Pauls
Mary Point Salines 3 acres
Raymond Iichmnond Hill 1 house
Society, Brizan No. 1 Brizan
Soierson, Mary Paddock
Spencer, Alfxia Madigras 1 acre
Stephen, Etheline Champfleur 1 house
Annandale 20 poles
Stewart, Juliana Belmont 25 poles
Paul S. Good Hope 1 rood-
Strachan, Sylvester Snug Corner 1 house
Theophilus Mt. Maitland 2 aes 20
Wi:liam Woburn 1 acre
Calivigny 1 acre 2
.treert Mary Radie 1 house


Superville, Leo Perserverance
Sylvester, Harry Fontenoy
do do
Kent Paddock
Simeon A.shton Beaulieu
Vangelina C. Mt Pleasant
Vivian Grand Anse
.Samuel, Cecil Tempe
do do
Seon, Albert Belmont
do Quarantine St.
*Stewart, Edna by G.
Robert Paddock
Taitt, Mary Ann Bunker's llill
Taylor, Agatha Mt. Gay
Telesford, Ainon N. Hampshire
SDavid Granton
Leonard West erhall
Simson St. Geo. Est.


poles

roods


1 acre 2 rcods
1 acre
2 houses
1 rood
1 house
1 rood
do
1 house
2 houses
3 acres 20 pls
1 house
do


do
2 acres
1 house
4 acres
1 house
1 acre
1 acre


Name


Theodore, Septimus
do
Thomas, Adolphus
Christopher
Ellie
Foley.
Harvey
Janey
Thomas
Thompson, Elina
Tou.saint, Norbert
Trustees, Court St.
Paufs Diamond
Vincent, King
Waller, Agnecita
Wei ks, Ruth
William, Cortelius
Daniel
Ev.ingelina
Harriet
Hermon
J hn
Mary
Millicent
Virginia
Wilson. Urania.


Description
Situation ot
Property


Mt. Helicon 1 house
Temro 1 acre
Woburn do
Morne Jaloux 1 house
Grand Mal do
Fonlenoy 2 roods
Caliste I hcuse
do 2 roods
Brizan 1 acre
More Jaloux 1 icre
Mt. Pleasant 1 bouse
do 3 acres
St. Paul's 1 rood 4 poles
Wtsterhall 2 te 2 rd 20 pl
Vendione 1 h iuse
Springs 1 r(od 9 poles
N/Hampshire 1 house
Morne Del)ice do
C4nre Garden 1 house
Be!nmont 1 rood 4 poles
Belmont 1 house
More Delice 1 acre
Bsaulieu Troods
Black Forrest do
Grand Mal do
Mt. Edgecombe do


Woodroffe, Elizabeth Beaulieu
James Grand Arise
Sylvia E .Beaulieu
William, Joseph M t. Hope


1 acre 2 roods
1 house
2 roods
I house


ESTATES.


Crocker, Ceejl by J. Petit Calivigny 1 house
do do 195 n. Ir 20
ADDENDA.


Bain, Sylvan
Bell, Christine
Celestine, Edward
Grenidge, Clarence
Griffith, Theresa
James, Albert
John, Stephen
Joseph, Rebecca.
Lambert, Carlton
Morris, P. G.
Munro, Franklyn
Noel, Godwin
Purcell, L. A.
Simon, Allan


Grand Anse 1 house
Woodlands do
Morne Jaloux do
N. Hampshire do
Woodlands 2 rods 11 pls
St. Paul's 1 house
Boca do
Calliste do
Grand Anse do
Grand Mal do
Vendome 2 loods
Belmont 2 acres
La Mode 2 houses
Mt. Parnassus 28 poles


NOTICE TO SMALL HOLDERS

GROWING CLONAL COCOA

Mixed Fertilizer

MALL 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, Ashendon and Maran at the
price of 71 cents per pound.
W. R. E. NANTON,
Superintendent -of Agriculture.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49.)


OTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned
persons having become defaulters -under the
Taxes Management Ordinance Cap. 221 of the laws
in respect of Land and House Tax for the year 1951,
the properties shown opposite their names will be
offered for sale by public auction at 1.30 p m. on
Wednesday 22nd September, 1954, at the Revenue
Office Carriacou, for the recovery of the taxes due
thereon.
G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.
Description
Name Situation of
Property


Acdie, Est. McIntosh
by Mary Belair
Adam, Lucretia Six Ro
Maxwell L'Este
Alexander, Sentil Helivd
Dandy Mt. Pl
d(
Eugenia P. Mla
Isaac Dumfr
John Hlea:,s
Made Bogles
Mary d(
,dc
Clifford B/jour
Alexis Brums
Alexis, Frederick L. New I
M argaret Morne
Felicity Pe-eem
Est. Robert Belmo
Victor Harve
Alfred, Anne V. Mt. P1
Amalia Grand
S Brums
. Alleyne, Kenneth Belair
Alves, Mary M:eldr
SAmmond, Soloman Mt. D
Andrew, Fortune Top I
Enirc L'Este
Ashby, Eddie d
Augustine, Benjamin d
Baptiste, Beatrise Cherr
Baldwine Brumi
Lily Jane Grand
Bartholomew, Evelina Above


I a 3 r 13 p
ads 1 house
re do
ere 3 roods
peasant 1 house
3 a 3 r 28 pls
rtinique 1 house
ies 4 a 8 pls
ejour 1 rood
1 house
o do
) J rod
P/Mque 1 house
wick do
lands do
Jaloux 2 roods
option do
nt 1 house
y Vale do
easant 3 a r 24p
Bay 1 bouse
swick I rood
2 roods
um 1 house
'or 3 acres
ill 1 house
irre do
o do
o do
y Hill do
swich do
SBay 2 a i r 20 p
All & 1 a 1 rd


La RKesource
John Prospect Hall 1 a 2 rds
Jestina Top Hill 1 house


Bedeau, Hrs. Alexis
by Cecilia Prospect Hall 2 roods
.Fillington Plantain walk do
Reginald do 1 house
Sylvia Endeavour do
Belmar, Margaret P. Martinique do
Benjamin, Charles P. Bogies do
Bertrand, Malcolm Harvey Vale do
Bethel, Brownie P. Martinique do
Faith do do
Stephie B/Vue P.M. 20 poles
Susan P. Martini.ue .


,,
John
Billy, John
Blair, Edwin
Charles
Elaize, George E..
Boatswain, Carlton
Elias
Eristol, Calvin


.B/Vue P.\. X I. a 2 3
Orange Vale do
Brumswick 1 house
P. Martinique do
do do
Grand Bay do
La Resource do
Mt. Desire 26 ples
L' Estei re 1 house


Name.


Bubb, Clif
Cadet, An
Caesar, Aa
A]
Carlow, E
G
IS
Cato, Sara
Canton, Jos
dc
Pol
Alt
Charles, A
E


Description
Situation. 01
Pronertv


ford


nnie
noch
herald
iaac
ih A.
eph

ina
erb
inn. C.
llena
do


Lavington
Messervey
Silliam
Henry
Clement, Caroline
Dudley
Elenora
,iessie
M argaret
Collins, Son
Coutain, Wa-don
do
Cox, Mary S.
Est. Charles
Ellen
Phillip
Richard
O'Neale
Edna
Voilet
William
do
Margaret
Cudjoe, George
Cummings Eliza A.
Sydney'
Sylvaunie
Cyrus, Cecilia
.lames N.
Louie
David, George
John
Letitia
Mitdhell
do
loselia
do
Thomas
Davidson, Augustus
Ada
Llcyd
DeCoteau, .June
Delisle, Elias
Pastcra
Victoria
DeRoche, Victoria
Willie
Derrick, Stephenson
do.
Effie
George
Dick, Josephine
Veronica


Belvidere 1 hcuse
Hope Estate 2 roods
P. Martinique 1 house
do do
Bogles 2 roods,
do. 1 lhousa
Bogles .1 rood
P. Martinique 1 h6use
Argyle do
do 1 rood
Hope 2 rooos
Harvey Vale I house
Mt. D'or 3 roods
Beausejour 1 house
Beausejour 1
& Belvidere ) ac I rd 13 p
Mt. Pozie 1 rcod'
Grand Anse 2.roods
Beausejour 5 acres 3 poles-
Grand Bay 1 house
Eltham do
P. Martinique do
do do
Bogles do
P. 'ilartinique do
La Resource do
L'Esterre do


Morne jaloux do
Meldruin do
do 3 roods 26 ps,.
do 1 house
Belvidere 1 rood 13 pls.
Cedar Grove 1 house
Limlair do
Grand Bay do
do 20 poles
do 1 house
do 3 roods
Beausejour 1 house
Argyle 3 roods
Beausejour 1 house
Prospect Hall do
Beausejour 1 rood
New Ark do
Bayaleau 2 roods
Mt. Pleasant 1 house
Endeavour do
Blie le SVue IS do
Beausejour 1 rood "20 pis.
Petit Caren/ge 1 house
do I acre
Beausejour do
Sweet Home 1 house
Be-aisejour 1 acro
Windward 1 house
do do
do do
P. Martinique do
DL;ver do
do' do
Meldrum 1 house 2 rds-
P. Martinique 1 house
do do
Dover do
do 2 roods
Limlair I house
Dover do
!\t. D'cr' 2 rocds
La resource I rcod


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GOVERNMENT, GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49).


Name


Situation


Dick, Ethelina Dumfries
Dickson, Joseph \t. Herodim
Emelia Meldrum
Douglas, Francis Bogles
Drummond.Stephenson Orange Vale
do Dover
Duncan, Royal B/Vue South
do Harvey Vale
Compare Mt. Desire
Edmund, Cecilia L'Es erre
Solcmon Experience
do do
Emimons, Ann V. Bogles
Fleary, Rosanna Petit Carenag
Eries do
Leonard do
Fleming, Virginia Bogies
Fortune, Robert Dumiries
Franklyn, Fellington do
Gabriel, Angelina Harvey Vale.
do Argyle
Milton Mt. Pleasant
Garraway, Joseph Graud. Bay
Gay, Ismay do
Haynes Morne Jaloux
Alston Belmonr
George, Ev.a. Harvay Vale
John L'E s erre
Gordon, Cecilia Belmont
Guadeloupe, Jane lHelsir
Royal. Beausejour
Florence R. Brunswick
St. John


Isaac Beausejour
Hamlet. John B/Vne South
Dyer Harvey Vale
Hector, Simeon B/Vue South
do Iumfries
Son Mt.. D'Or
Henry, Agnes runswick
Jacobs, Samuel E. Eltham
Jaies, Patience Bogles
Doris Limlair
Samuel L'Esterre
Laffie Bogies
Jannette, Lavid Balance
do Lauriston.
Jerome, Joseph :.t. Pleasant
do do
Sarah Bogles
John, Adelaide Sweet Homa
Howell Belmont
Est. (,eo. W. Harvey Vale
Maria Dumfries
Mary E. :\t. Pleasant
SMary L. Prospect Hall
Phillip Argyle
do Harvey Vale
Rachel do
Elizabeth iMt. Pleasant.
Lloyd L. Six Hoa-ds
Cyrus Brunswick,
Jones, klymia C. Mt. Pleasant
Norma do
Joseph A. Beausejour
Alexander Dumfries
Jones, Charles Tl'op Hill
Christmas N /Hall
Clifton P/Martinique


Descript:oni
of
Prx"-.'ty


1 house
1 house
.do
2 roods
1 house
2 rsods
& rods
3.a rd- 3 pis
1, house
1 rood 3.poles.
1 house.
2 roods
i' house


e: do


3do
do,
2 roods
2 ac 3rds 25 p
lrerod
2 acres
do
2 roods
1 area,
1 house
1 acre
1 house
1 acre
1 house.
do
Sdo
20 pplesa
1 house

2. roods 22 pie
1 house
da
2 roods
1 house
do
13 poles
1 house
do
do
do.
do
3 rds. pole
1 house
do
do
1 rood
do
1 .house
4 acs 21 pls
2 roods
1 house
.1 rood -
1 ac 3 roods
2 houses
1 rood 26 pls
1 house
do
do
2 acs 32 poles
1 house
do
1 rood
1 house
2 roods
1 house


Name.


Situation


Jones, Clifton P/Martinique.
Elias Bayaleau
Elizabeth Fair Hill
Flora B3/Vue South
George Dewarts
Margaret P/spect Hall
Newton Lauriston
Hrs. Noel by B./Vue'P.M.
Charles


Description
of
Propertv.


20 poles
1 house
2 roods
1 acre
do
L rood
1 house
5a.2r.10p


McQuilkin, Charles


i Bogies and i o
. LaPelles 1 acre 2 roods
, La Pelle


327


Son Bogles 1 horse
Owen Mt. Pleasant do,
Wilhelmina Bogles 1. acre
Ethelina Mt. Pleasant 1 house.
do do 2 roods
Eldica B/Vue South 1 rood
Leanora .Elthom 3 acres
Patsey Elthom & 1 acre 2 roods
Orange Vale
Joseph, Anthony L'Esterre 1 house
Jlulien, Josephine Mt. Desire do
Lang, Clement Mt. Pleasant do
Henrietta do 1 rood
Augustus L. Grand Bay 1lhouse
David Mt. Pleasant 2 roods
Langdon, Hamilton Belvidere 1 acre 1 rood
Lawrence, Georgse it. D'Or & 1 acre 3 rcods
IaBlesource
Washington Eeausejour & 1 acra 1 rood
LaResource
do LaResource house
Lazarus, Roseiia Six Roads do
Lender, Isly B/Vue South do
Liverpool, N. B. Brunswick do
Lorant, Elizabeth Mt. D'Or 1 rood
Isaac LaResource 1 house
do do 10 poles
Lewis, Isabella J. Endeavour 1 rood
Lucas, Charles Eltliom 2 roods
LaMothe, James Windward 1 house
do do 3 acs 2 rcods
McFarlene, Joseph N lt. William 1 rood
Edwin.. WinT:i;w.u-,. 1 house
McGillvarv, Gerald B/Vue South .3 rcods
XMic uire, Chrisiana P/spect Hall 2 rds 6 poles
.!cIntosh, Henry C. Mt. Pleasant .2 roods
Boizes Jelair 1 house
Rose ;t.. Pleasant do.,
Helena G.rad Hay do
Ignatius M:t. PLleasant do.
McKenzie, Caspar B/Vue South 4 acres
Hutton 0. do 1 h.buse
do do 3a 3r ;,p
Isaac Dumfries 2 rood.
David Corbie 1 rood
do Endeavour I house
John Six Roads: do
McLawrence, C:therine Windward ,.. do
Eliza Whim 1 acre
Aigustina Belmont 1 house
M Laren, Violet \Vindward do
Leonard. Orange Vale .2 roods
Mark Windward 1 house
James do do- "
Robert J. ., Balance do
McLeod, Dcri Mlt. Pleasant 1 house
Cloaden do d)












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.- (No. 49).


Description
Name Situation of
Property


McQuilkin, Fred by
Thomas Bogles
Melville
Sylvia Whim
Marcelle, Isaac Belair
Sister do
Mark. Cecilia Argvle
George Harvey Vale
Martaineau, Henry A.. Whim
Stanislau- Windward


Matherson, John
Felicity
Melville, Ellen
Mill,, Edmond
Mit;hell,-Arthur. G.
John
Unathan
Beatrice
Morris, Etmelina
Moses, Emanuel
James
Norbert A.
Cecilia
Festus
David
Henry
Enos
Ralph
Nedd, Augustus
Nelron, Princess S.
Angelina
Newton, James
Noel, Cleophas E.
Ecward
do
Edwin B.
do
Emelina
Harry
Harty
do
Leanora
Susannah
Newton
Eliza J.
Theophilus
Willie
Ovid, Fereliane
Patersoo, Lorina
Patrice, Ambrosina
Ellen
Patrice. Emmanuel
do
Rosetta
do
Solomon
Maud
Henrietta
Herbert
Parry, Luciana
Paul, Anderson
Peters, Dudley
Julia
Phillip, Fhillippa
Stephed
(race L.
EnIena
Clarence


Beauseiour
Six Rodads
Bogles
Grand Bay
P. Martinique
Prospect Hall
do
La, Resource
Beausejour
La Resource
'do
do
do
Top Hill
Beaustj ur
do
Mt. I)'Or
La Resource
Mt. Pleasant
do
Grand Bay
Beausejour
Mt. Pleasant
do
do
Grand Bay
Beausej-ur
Mt. Pleasant
Bellevue touth
Friendship
Dumfries
Brunswick
Bellevue South
Brunswick-
Do Orange
Mt. Pleasant
P. iviartinique
L'Esterre
Limlair
Mt. William
Orange Vale
Orange Vale
do
do
do
Windward
do
do
do
Mt. Herodin
Bayaleau
Eltnom 'and
Harvey Vale
Brunswick
Bogies
do
Belvidere
Meldruni
Windward


house
I
Sacre 2 roods (
House
do (
do
noO
1 rood
2 acre
1 house
do
1 rood
1 house
(do
do.
L rood
I house
1 iood
2 roods
1 house
23 poles
1 house
do
do
do
do
3 rocds
1 house
30 acres 34 pls
1 house
1 house
do
2 roods 20 pie
1 house
2 roods 23 pls
3 rods 8 poles
la a 2 r 21 p
1 house
1 rood
3 a 3 r 9 pls
I house
1 nrod
1 house
do
do
do
2 acres
2 roods
1 house
do
1 house
2 roods
1 house
1 a-re 2 roods
1 house
do
ldo
do
do
2 roods
1 acre 2 roods
1 house


Name


Placid, George H..
Anabella
'lentie, Rose
uamina, Anabell.,
do
uarnmie, Roselia
Quashie, Elias Gea.
Hrs Susfainah )
by M. Charles j
Rayinond, John -oei
Rennie, Mary Eliza
Roberts, Ehza
Joseph
Angelina
Simon
Rock, John.
Romain,'Lewis
Tneresa.
Benjamin
St. Hillaise, r'aul
Samuel, Vigo
Fred
Enpierd
Scott, Ann L.
do
Benjamin
Selby, Caroline
Shade, Robert C.

Pr incess
Simmnond, John T.
do
Simon, Lucretia


George E.
.Jamne.
Joseph
Lucreb a
Maudelmne
Nathaniel
Digo
Smait, Mercy
Edmond
Snagg, Virginia
Sammerson, Jessie
Stafford, Joseph
Stanislaus, Agnes
Octavia
Onella
Isaac
Veronica
Stiell, Emelina
Catherine R.
Lawrence J.
do

Stewart, Fednar
do
Henrietta
Sarah
Sylvester, Alex. J.
Elias
Elizabetl
do
1 anny
Est. Jonat
do
Una
Thomas, Carolina
Fred


Situation


B/vue South
Beimont
A gle
Mt. D'or
do
do
Mt. Pleasnt


Description
of


3 acres
1 house
1 rood
3 tlods
2 do
2 ro
2 a 1 r 29 p


LaResource 1 rood
Prospect Hall 1 do
LaResource 3 roods
Oliinfries 2 do
Beausepur 3 I r 10 p
Petit Mar'que 1 house
Byusejour 1 rood
Dover 1 bouse
BatusejYur do
Orange Vale do
\leldrum do
Orange Vale do
I'op Hill do
do do
G'and Bay do
Meldrum I r 2 p
Belvidere 2 ro000
do h 2 a 1 r
Beausejour 1 rood
Carlton Point a 2,
& Mt.Pleasant Ja 24
LaResource 1 house
Btunswick & }1 a
Prospect Hall ) I cre
Bela'r 2 r 34 p
Mt. Pleasant 13 poles
Beausejour 2 a 7 p
Grand Bay 2 roods
Belvidere do
New Ark 1 a 1 rood
Mt. Pleasant 1 house
'Arand Bay 1 rcod
Dumfries. do
Believe Sth. 1 house
Orange Vale 1 rood
Petit. C/nage 1 house
Bogles 1 rood
Dumfries 20 poles
Mt. Desire I rood
Betair 1 acre
Dumfries 3 a 3 r 22 p
Bellevue Sth. 1 house
New Lands 13 poles
SL'Esterre 2 roods
New lands,
Hope, Mt. 1 a 20 p
Herodine
Lai3elle 1 house


1


do
Harvey Vale
Cherry Hill
Grand Bay
Cherry Hill .
Grand Bay
do
Top Hill
Belair
Belvidere
Mt. .Pleasant
Belair
do


2 acres
1 house
2 a 1 house
1 iood
do
1 house
2 rds 6.pls
1 rood
1 rood 21 pls
2 roods
1 house
do
4 acres


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49).


)e UlipitioU
Namle Si Into O'"cf
nahon rorier~tv


Thomas, Nathanie
Elthena
Eva
Beryl
Thorne, Horace
Walter, Peter
William, Betty
do ..
Abraham
Etholine
Joseph
Son
Sarah
itlizabeth
Wilson, James


1 La Resou
Bogies, -
Mt. Pleas
Dogies .:y-
Mt.iPlleas
Bcgles
Prospect
do
.0. Dears-ts
La-iesour
Greenook
La Resou
Brunswic
Mt. D'Oi
Redempt


trce


1 house


do
sant do
i. 1%.f : do--.
tant I acre
1 house
Hall'1 acre 2 roods
1 house
i 2 roods
rce I. rood
-1 acrel
irce 1 house
k- do
r d d p)
ion 1 rood 1 pole


ISLANDS.


John, Phillip


Saline


45 acres


LI ML AIR.


Cox, Elizabeth
Charles, Louisa A.
Cyrus, Marian
DeLisle, Alfred
McIntosh, Ignatins
Pa'trice, fierbert.
Romain, Benjamin
I heophilus


Limlair
do
do


2 acres
, d o '
2 ao 1 rd.30 pl1
1 ae 3 rd 20 pl
2 acs 23J pls
I ac 2 rds 15 p
2 acres
1 acre 3 roods


DISTRICT BOARD NOTICES

TriAKE notice that I will attend at the Board's
1 Office on Thursday the 16th day of September,
1954, between the hours of 12 noon and 2 p.m. to
receive nominations for the return of seven (7)
persons to serve as members of the St. George's
District Board for the triennial period commencing
on the .1st day of October 1954. .
In the event that there are more than seven.: (7)
nominations, a General Election will be held on the
27th day of '. plt.,,ld, ,1954, v.li':n a poll-will be
opened at the Magistrate's Court Room, St.
George's, between the hours of 12 noon and.,5sp.m.
for the purpose Voting papers will- be' issued to
every registered voter applying for same.
',..
SK. SYLVESTER,.
Returning Officer.
District Board Office,
St. Georg:es.
2nd September, 1954.


St. John's District Board.

iTOTICE is hereby given that I will attend at
.I the District Board's Office on Monday 6th
September, 1954, between the hours of 10 a:m. and
12 noon, to receive nominations, for the return "of
five (5) persons to serve as members on the St.
Johi's District Board for the three-year term
ending September, 1957; .
In the event of there being more.,than five .()
Candidates nominated, a general election will, be
held on the 23rd day of. September, 1954, when a
poll will be opened at the District- .Board -Office,
(onyave,' between the hours of 9 a.m: and 4-*p.m.,
and voting'papers will be issued to every registered
voter applying for same.

C. W. FRANCIS,
R.eti ning Oficer.


-T. PATRICK'S DISTRICT BOARD.

TOTTCE i herdby'given that' I will .attend :at
I .the District Board's' Office, Saui~e.ur, on.
Thursday 16th September, .954, between the hours
of 10 a.m. and 12'noon to receive- nominations' for
the return of six (6) persons to serve as members
of -.Ii' St. Patrick'.s District' Boaird for the three
year term-ending September, 1957. '
In the event of there being more than six.candi-
dates nominated, a general election, will be held on
the .'8rd day of September, 1954, when a poll will,
be opened, a'.,the ,Magistrate:'s :.Court House,
Sautenrs, between the hours of 9 a.m. and,4 p.m.
.and voting papers will be issued to every registered
voter applying for same.

PETER SCOTT,
Ret turning Oficer.


General Election.

S1AKE notice thatI.will attend at the Board's
1 Office on Tuesday.,the 14th day of September,
1954, between the,,bours of 12.00 nocn, and 3.00
p.m..to-receive nominations for the return of four
(4) persons .to serve as members of *the S~..Mark's
District Board fdr the triennial period commencing
on the 1st day of October, 1954. :.
In the event that there are mor8 than four (4)
nominations a General Election will be held on the
24th day of Septembr, 1954, when a poll 'woald
be..cpened at the Magistrate's Court House,
Victoria, between the hours of 12.00 noon and
.5.00 p.m. for the.purpose: Voting. papers: will be
issued to every registered voter applying for same.


District.-Board Office,
SVictoriai ..
31st August, 1954.


Q. A. EDWARD$,
Returnjilly Ofticer.


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330 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49).

POLICE NOTICE

ATTENTION ALL DRIVERS

A sharp increase in the number of Road Traffic Accidents is revealed over the, first seven mon hs of
this year as compared with 1953.
From January to July 1953, the total number of accidents on the road was 77.
From January to July, 1954, the total number of accidents on the road was 126. The Table below
is self-explanatory: -

No. of Road Number of Number of Number of No. of accidents No. of Road
Vehicle Acci- Persons Injury Persons without accidents of
dents Killed Accidents Injured Injury all types


126 2 72 78 54 126

This is a matter of vital concern to all in Grenada driver, cyclist and pedestrian alike. It reflect s
a tendency to carelessness and disregard of the common rules of decent behaviour, which must be dis-
tasteful to the great majority of Grenadians.
The upward trend of accidents must be halted and if this can be effected by an improvement in the
general standard of road manners the results will be more lasting.
The co-operation of all is necessary in the common good and with a little thought for other road
users there is no doubt that a reduction in the number of accidents can be obtained.
The causes of the accidents have been found to be due mainly to :-
(a) Speeding, especially on corners.
(b) Faulty judgment-this can be minimised by knowing the width of your car.
(c; Failure to signal and incorrect signalling.
(d) Parking in a position causing obstruction.
(e) Improperly adjusted brakes.
Every one of these causes is easily remediable and it is expected of all drivers that they will give
earnest attention to them. A little more courtesy on the road will greatly reduce accidents.

TO CYCLISTS.
A Cycle is not in good condition.
(the Learings are too slack;
I the brakes are not fully effective;
the wheels are out of line;
the spokes are loose or missing;
If the chain is slack;
the mudguards are not firmly attached;
the handlebar or saddle is not secure;
Lthe tyres are badly worn or soft.
Before descending a steep hill make sure, by a touch of the brakes, that they are working properly.
Have your bell in such a position that you are able to ring it and at the same time apply your brakes.
NEVER apply your front brake first, especially when the rosd surface is wet or rough, as this
:tends to cause a front-wheel skid, which is almost impossible to correct; sudden changes of direction
on wet roads should be avoided, because of the risk of side-slip.

TO PEDESTRIANS.
If you have to use the highway, walk in single file facing oncoming traffic.
Do not gather in parties on the main roads or at junctions.
When accompanying small children across the roads, take them by the hand.
Look both ways before crossing the road.

TO EVERYONE.
It is better to be 10 minutes late in this world than 10 years too soon in the next.

J. B. G. AUSTIN,
Sutperinteulent of Police.
-Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada.
25th August, 1954.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49)


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

APPLICATIONS are invited for the vacant
1 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 (700x 25-900). 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 preelnt
at the rate of $1,276 per annum. Government
will be prepared to=approve a'loan to enable the
officer to'purchase a car.
Applicants 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.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS'


LICENCE


ORDINANCE.


NOTICE is hereby given that the Quarterly Licensing Session for St. Andrew's, Eastern District, for
the hearing of Applications, for the granting of Certificates under the above Ordinance, will be held
at the Court House, Grenville, on Thursday, the 23rd day of September, 1954, at 10.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

.Name of Applicant Occupation Residence Description of premises sought to be licensed.


Evadney Douglas ... Shopkeeper Beauregard Wooden building at Beauregard.
Lloyd Bhola ... Proprietor Grenville Wall building at Grenville.
Prince Andrew William ... Shopkeeper Deblandeau Stone and wooden building at Deblandeau,
Mildred Daly ... do Pearls Wcoden building at Pearls.
Charles Mitchell ... do St. John Wooden building at St. John.
Emmanuel Ambrose ... do La Fillette Wooden building at La Fillette.
Ronald John Canhigh ... Proprietor Grand Bacolet Concrete and wooden building at Grand
Bacolet.


Magistrate's Office,
Grenville,
31st August, 1954.


B. F. D IAS,
Magistrate, Eastern District.


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332 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49.)

UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCE ORDINANCE.


f AKE notice that a Quarterly. Licensing Session for .the hearing of applications under the- above
T mentioned Ordinance will be held at the Court House, Sauteurs, in the parish of St. Patrick on
Wednesday, September, 15th 1954, at 9 a.m.

Particulars of Applications for new Certificates .- -

Name of Applicant. Occupation. residence. Description of premises sought to be icsnsed

Allan Houstone ... Shopkeeper Hermitage Wooden building at HIermitage

George Samual Liscott... ditto Morne Fendue ,, Morne Fendue
r-;.


Magistrate's Office,
,Sauteurs,,
26th August, 1954.


W..L. McINTYRE,
Magistrate, Western District.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCE ORDINANCE.


TOTICE is hereby given that, a Quarterly Licensing Session for St. Mark's for the hearing of appli-
cations, for the granting of Certificates under the- above.;:Ordinance will be head at the Court
House, Victoria, on Thursday the 23rd of September, 1954, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Particulars of- Applications-for- New- Certificates. -- '.

Name of Applicant. Occupation Residence. Description of premises sought to be lieie-d

Isaac Fletcher ... Overseer Union Wooden building situate at Duquesae Bay
Arabella Mills Shopkeeper Duquesne Bay Wooden building situate at Duquesne Bay

Magistrate's Office, W. L. MAcINTYRE,
Victoria, Magistrate, Western District..
26th August, 1954.



UNDER THE SALE OF PRODUCE ORDINANCE.


OTICE is hereby given. that, a Quarterly Licensing,.Session for-the Eastern District for the hearing
_IX.of appilic.t. iun-, for the granting of Certificates under the above ,rdiienmce, will be held at the
Court House, Grenville, on Thursday, the 23rd day of September, 1954, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon'

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

S.. ........ T. ANDREW'S. ... .

Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence Description of premises sought to be liceeried.

Montague Alexander ... Shopkeeyer Hermitage Wooden building at Hermitage.
Prince A)drew William do Deblandean Stone-and wooden building at Deblandeau.
Angell Thomas ... do Pearls Wooden building at Pearls. .,.


Magistrate's Office,
Grenville,
31st August, 1954.


B. F. DIAS.
Milagistrate, Eastern District.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER, 1954.-(No. 49). 333

LABOUR DEPART rNT,
G RENADA,
31st August, 1954.

fpH-I following memorandum on the subject, of Cost-of-Living Index Figures, in so far as the working
Class famtl'es nre concerned, is published for general information.
G. S. DABREO.
Labpur Officer.

COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1954.

The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the e.l of August, 1954, was 291, and the
f .llwing table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each month as compared with
hie basic year (August, 1939) taken as 100:-

Year Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.


1939 .. ... ... ... ... .. ... 100 ... ...

1942 ... ... .. ... ... ....... ..... 173 173

1943 173 174 175 172 1,69 171 171 172 173 16.7 169 169

-iSl4 168 167 167 172 176 177 178 ;179 178 179 179 179

1945 180 181 181 182 182 183 180 180 179 180 180 181

1946 184 182 182 182 182 182 184 184 134 18 190 190

1947 190 190 195 195 196 199 199 204 208 204 206 j 206

1948 210 0 0 210 212 212 213 209 209 20S 206 206 206

1949 206 206 206 205 205 205 204 204 204 213 213 220

1950 22 '2220 220 220 220 220 220 220 218 215 216 21F

1951 21616 16 217 220 232 235 277 277 258 258 262 263

1952 264 271 272 272 272 272 287 284 284 284 284 284

1953 289 289 289 290 291 291 291 291 290 289 289 289

1954 290 290 290 290 2 90 2 91 291 291 ... ... ...

Statistics for AUGUST, 1954.
All items ... ... 191%
Food only ... ... 206%
Food: The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into account in the food group
was the same as at 31st July, 1954, and 206% higher than at 1939.
Rent: There has been no change recorded in the general level of the working-class rents.
Fuel and Cleaning : There was no change in the figure for this class during the period under
review. The increase of '163% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 31st July, 1954,
remained unchanged.
Clothing: Information collected from retailers indicated that at 31st August, 1954, the
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally thought by the working-class families
was the same as at 31st July, 1954, and 187% higher than at 1939.
All Others : There was no change in the prices of the articles under this group. The increase
of 87% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure foi 31st July, 1954, remained unchanged.
All Items: If the average changes in the cost of ill the foregoing items are combined in accord-
ance with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, the resultant general
average increase at 31st August, 1954, was the same as at 31st July, 1954, and 191% higher than
at 1939.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1954.-(No. 49.)


.NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operatiye Nutmeg Association.


'EFFECTIVE FROM 1ST"'AUGUST, 1954.

Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace areas follows:


(IRADES


Green

Dry

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advatnees


9 Cents

13 do.

7 do.

60 do.

30 do.

10 do,


In increasing the advances as above, the Board has
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a
Year.


'Date fixed 23rd August, 1964.


taken cognisance of a general request from
lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg

F: C. HUGHES,
Scretarewy


GRENADA,

IPRINTEI) bY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT TlE GOVfRBwMhT IlHN'l.INiG kil'K~.
ST. GEORGE'S.
1954


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