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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.





VOL.. 72.1 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954. [No. 51.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

RESUMPTION.
No. 251.
MA 'R JOHN DABREO, Labour Inspector, resumed
II duty on 23rd August, 1954.
llth September, 1954,
P. F. 594.

ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 252,
IRS. KATHLEEN GIBBS, Class I clerk, has been
appointed to act as a Special Grade clerk,
Government Office, with effect from 19th August,
1954.
11th September, 1954.
P. F. 824.

No. 253.
FHE following document is circulated with an
forms part of this Gazette;-
S.R. & 0. No. 44.-The Legitimation (Re-Regis-
tration of Births) Regulations, 1954.
11th September, 1954.


No. 254.
IIS Honour the Acting Administrator, directs
publication of the following Imperial Legisla-
tion with this issue of the Gazette:--
The Grenada (Legislative Conncil) (Amendment)
Order in Council, 1954.


The Leeward Islands and
(Courts) (Amendment)
1954, "


Windward Islands
Order in Council,


11th September, 1954.




No. 255.
T HE 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 Ordinances of the Grenada Legislature:-
No. 32 of 1954.--An Ordinance to amend further
the Interpretation Ordinance (Cap 106).
No. 38 of 1954.-An Ordinance to consolidate
and amend the law relating to Friendly
.-ocieties.

11th September, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51.)


No. 223.

Tenders for Supplies to Government Institutions, &c., for the Year, 1955.


EALED TENDERS will be received at this office until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, 15th September. 1954,
S for the supply during the year 1955, of such quantities of the undermentioned. articles -s may be
daily or otherwise required for the use cf the several Government Departments and Institutions in the
Town and Parish of bt. George and St. Andrew's and Carriacou.


ST. GEOECGE-S.


Head A.-Groceries, (dc.
Barley ... ... per pound
Bovril ... ... per pot
Brandy, (state brand) ... per bottle
Butter, Table ... ... per pound
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


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


Head B.-Meat, Fish &c.


Beef, fresh, without bcne
do with bone


Beef, .alt
Perk. Salt
do Fresh
Fowls
Fish Fresh (a)
Lettuce
Tomatoes

Head
Breadfruit
'Bluggoes
Potatoes, Sweet


do English ...
Tannias
Yams


... per pound
... do
... do
... do
... do
... do
... dd
... per ounce
... per pound


C.-Ground' Provisions.


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


Head D.-Dairy Produce.
Eggs, Fowl, Richmond Hill Institutions per dozen
do Colony Hospital do

Head E-.Miiscellaneous.

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

Head F.-Beddinq, Clothing Cc.

Canvas ... ... per yard
Coconut fibre ... ... per pound
Domestic ... ... per yard
Drill, blue hector ... ... do
Duck, brown ... ... do
do white ... ... do
Dungaree ... ... do
Flannel ... ... do
lHndkerchiefs, blue check ... each
Hooks and Eyes, metal, black, large, per dozen
do do metal, white, large per dozen
Jean, blue .. ... per yard
Mohair blue ...... do
Muslin ... ... do
Osnaburg ... ... do
Serge, blue ... ... do


Sheeting unbleachedd calico) 2
Silesia, black ...
do striped
Substitute, silk bl;ck
I ape ...
Thread, Brown ...
do white ...
1do black
eo white basting
Thread, khaki
Tic ing striped bed
Towels, hand ...
Twine, seine ...
Whisky ...


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
... per pound
... per bottle


ST. ANDREW'S HOSPITAL.
Head A.-Groceries.


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


... per pound
... do
... per pot
... per bottle
... per pound
... do
... do

... per < ozeni boxes
... per dozen tins
... per reputed qt.
... per bottle
... per case
... per pound
... do
... do
... do
... do
... do
... per bottle


Head B.-Meat, Fish -c.


lBeef, fresh, without bone
do with bone
Beef, salt ...
Fish, fresh (a) ...
Fish, salt ...
Fowls ...
Pork, salt
do fresh


Breadfruit
Onions
Plantains


Potatoes (English)
do (sweet)
Tannias
Yams


Eggs


Head E.-Miscellaneous.


Charcoal
Firevwod


... per barrel
... per cord


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


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


Head C.-Ground Provisions.

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


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


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51).


TIE BELTLTEPVUE TTOS~PITAL, COA1IUJlVACOOU. I


Head B.-2leat, Fish, d'c.


Head A.-Groep
Barley
Biscuits .
Black Pepper
Bovril
Brandy .
Bread .
Cocoa
Coffee
Cornstarch
Matches (safety) ...
Milk, Condensed ...
Oatmeal ..
Oil, Swet ...
Oil, kerosene, 95% test
Oleomargarine ...
Peas, split
Rice
Sag- .
Salt .
Soap, Laundry ...
Sugar, brown ...
Sugar, granulated ...
Whisky ...


BJeef, fresh, without bone
ries. do do with bone
Beef, esh, (a) ...
... p3r pound Fish, alt ...
... do jFowls
... lo Perk, ,ilt ..
... per ot do fiesh ...
... par bottlo
... per pound Head C.--3
... per pound
do Charco.al
... do irewood ..
... per dozen boxes
... per tin Head D.-Da
... per pound
.... per bottle Eggs
... per case MJilk ..
... per pound
... do I ead E.-. Grou
S do
... do Onions ...
do Plantains ...
... per box of 56 lb. Pumpkins ...
... per pound Potatoes, sweet
... do Tannias
... per bottle Yams .


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


isceilaneous.

... per pound
... do

iry Produce.

... per dozen
... per bottle

nd Provisions. .

... per pound
do
S do


.. do
... do


'Tenders are to be addressed to lte Chairman, 'Tecndl-e Board, and marked on the envelope. "i oTENDER Fol
Surr'LES 'TO (irOVE\NR.IENT IXSTIITrION.S', &c." They should. in all cases, be accompanied by-samples or by a
sufficient description ot the class and 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 Govermnent Office within
o:no month of tile 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 desirtd
can he 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 Governmnent does not bind itself to acuern' the lo-est o- arv tcl'e- P!pc res' -e the pcrwer e'* accepting
:any part of the tender.
Nothing in any contract which may be entered into will be considered ;s affecting the light of the Government
to import at any time any articles it may require notwithstanding su-lh supply is contracted for locally.
Articles to be supplied for the use of 'the Menial Hospital, House of Refuge, and Richmond Hill Prisons,
excepting charcoal and firowood which niusi, le delivered at those Institutions. are to be delivered to the
Asyhmis and the Prison Cart at the luor of the Contractor's premises.
(a) Tenders will reluiire 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.
-. T'e contractor undertakes to deliver at his own expense into the Stores* of Institution the
ati-les named in t li annexed printed paper marked At at the price therein stated, at such days. at such times. and
'il sech quantities as may be stated on the requisition of the Bead of the Departnment or Officer in change. and for the
purposes of sucl 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 unexeeptionable quality, and according to the samples or specification which
accompanied the Te',vder, 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 suci
,explanation :s may be satisfactory to the Governor, such reduction shall not be made.
(. 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 front 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 tle Department or Officer'in Charge may, if he should deem it necessary, purchase articles of
perishable food, such as meat, fish, &c.; at once to replace rejected articles.
8. If the Contractor should fail to comply with paragraph 3, or commit any of the irregularities mentioned in
iparagrapi h ( 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 dejt;led 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 Offic".
f This will be the list of Articles in respect of which the contract is enteredinto.
14th August, 1954.
Fitle 185-1/55. :


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51).


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. 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.

.QEALED 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


EALED 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.
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 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 of7
1i 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 Carriacom
and Petit Martinique.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
Sof 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.











(GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51).


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 M ails 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 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) from Sauteurs and
St. George's and under such conditions as shall be
agreed upon in the respective contract., informa-
tion as to which will be supplied on application to
the Colonial Treasurer.
The make and age 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 September, 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 L i Digue for a period of one year
from the 1st January, 1955.
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
service Eastern Coast 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 vehicis 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".
SGovernment does nob bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.

By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
14th August; 1954.
M.p. 185/5/55.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 195l.-(No. 51).


WINDWARD ISLANDS.

By His Ei:cellency WALTER FLEMING COUTTS, Co0m7panion of the "/lost
Distin'uzshed Order of Saint Michael atnd Saii; George,
Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British EmI/,ire,
Acting Governor ardi Cnommander-in-Chief in and over t1/e
O Windward Islands, comprising the Islands of Grenada, St,
Vincent, St. Lucia, and Domninica, and their Dependencies,
issued under my hand at G7overnm;enmt Hfouse, Grenada, and
the Public Seal of the said Island of Grenada, this 7th day of
September, One thousand nine hundred ad fifty-ifor.

W F. COUTTS,
Acting Governor.

To :
Louis COOLS-LARTIG'E Esquire,
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands..

GREE T IG S:

S)Y virtue of the power and authority in me vested by WINDWARD ISLANDS LETTERS
) PATENT bearing date at WESTMINSTER the twenty-seventh day of August, One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-one; I do by this Commission 'iuder the Public Seal
-of the Island of GRENADA appoint you the said Louis COOLS-LARTIGUE, to be my
Deputy within the said WINDWARD ISLANDS from on or about the 8th day of September,
One thousand nine hundred and fifty-four and until further orders, and in that
-capacity, should the necessity arise for so doing, to exercise, perform and execute for
and on behalf of the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands
during the period recited, but no longer, all things that belong to the office of
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the WINDWARD ISLANDS according to the tenor
of such Letters Patent already recited or in other Letters Patent adding to, amending
or substituting for the same, and subject to the Royal Instructions and other
Instructions passed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet to the Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of the said WINDWARD IsLANDS of GRENADA, ST. VINCENT,
:ST. LucIA and DoMINICA, and during Her Majesty's pleasure :
II. AND I DO HEREBY DIRECT that you the said Louis COOLS-LARTIGUE shall not
continue to act as Deputy to the Acting Governor after the Governor has arrived at
Grenada or some other Officer having prior right so to act or to administer the
Government of the WINDWARD ISLANDS has notified that he is about to assume it:
III. AND I DO HEREBY require and command all and singular Her Majesty's
Officers, Civil, Military, Naval, Air and otherwise, and all others the inhabitants of the
said WINDWARD ISLANDS and all others whom it may concern to take due notice thereof
and to give their ready obedience accordingly.

CoMnMIssIoN appointing

Louis COOLS-LARTIGUE, Esquire,
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands,
To act as Deputy to the Acting Governor in ccrta,in event.


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GOVERiNMENT GAZETTE. SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51). 343

'OTrIC Polling Division Name of
No. Presiding Officer.

St. Patrick's.
JTNDER the authority of Section 17 (1) of the
S Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1 Eric `Modeste
1951, (No'. 10 of 1951), the following persons have, 2 Bdaker Soot
with the approval of the Acting Administrator, been 3 ;\. 1. L. lblackburne
;appointed Presiding Officers for the Elections to 4 Rupert rSt. Bernard
be held in the several electoral districts of the 5 J. V. Redlhead
Colony on 20th September, next: 6 Sydney Kent
7 Clean John


List of Presiding Officers.

Town of St. Geor!le.


Polling Division
No.

1"
2

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Parish


1-


fi2
4


7
8
9
,10
.12

13
14
lia
3f;
17'
18
19


Name of
Presiding Officer.

H. H. Pilg.im
W. H. Jacobs
C. A. St. Bernard
.Nliss P.; owley
Otto George
Gordon St. Bernard
J. W. Fletcher
C. A. Mariineau
Lennox Phillip
Inspector C. Joseph

.of St. Georye.

Ronald Gittlens
H. 0. Ellis
J. N. Mcrris
Wilfred Penny.
F. C. O'Neale
obert Hagley
F. A. Cobb
M. A. Bullen
Charles E. Phillip
Iri iBain
Nelson Buxo
Alister Bughos
Reginald Clyne
H. D. Hoyte
Mrs. Nelson Buxo
A. N. Forde
W. B Jacobs
J. L. Ireland
L. G. T. Holder


C. R. Alleyne
C. W. Francis
A. E. Williams
Joseph Campbell
Bennet Langaigne
Roy St. John
L. A. Japal
F. Craig
George Ogilvie
L. B. Charles
0. N. Sylvester
F. N. Bonaparte
Johnson Henry
C. A. Edwards
Mr. Preudhomme


1. T. J. Mark
W. F. Ireland
0. T. Cyrus
George Blackburn
G. P. McIntosh
John Toussaint


Electoral District cf St. Andrewo's (North)


10

Electoral
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2
3
4

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6
7






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9
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8
9
10
1

3


6
7

9
10


Owen Wells
Dalton Francois
B. J. Grant
Edric C. Rose
Gerald Haynes
Cox John.
R. G. Braveboy
Eric W. Taylor
Ludwig Charles
S Raleigh Bhola

District of'St. Andrew's (South).
Cuthbert A. Gibbs
Percival E. Charles
E. C. Strachan
Frank St. Cyr-
Cyril Gibbs -
Caesar Roberts
Norbeit Sheark
Harry Ogilvie,
Leonard .Ja.cques
Altono J. Francis
Windom J. Robertson

St. David's.
C. E. Benjamin
James Leid
Geddes Paterson
Gerald Hayling
Sydney Ambrose
R. A. Phillip
Greaves iB. James
Josephine Paterson
Daniel L. Sylvester
Hora.tion Whiteman
Harry Noel

Carriaco..
R.E. Noel
Charles Cayenne
Godwin Birathwaite
1). O. Hamer
S. C. Jacobs
Miss Sylvia Walcott
O'Neale Benjamin
). R. D. Wiles'
V. C. DeCoteau
A. R. Roberts


Electoral, District of St. John/St. Mark.


S 1
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4
5
6
7
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51.)


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.


TREASURY.

SOTICE 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


Ackie, Est. McIntosh
by Mary
Adam, Lucretia
Maxwell
Alexander, Sentil
Dandy

Eugenia
Isaac
John
Maude
Mary

Clifford
Alexis
Alexis, Frederick L.
Margaret
Felicity
Est. Robert
Victor
Alfred, Anne V.
Amalia

Alleyne, Kenneth
Alves, Mary
Ammond, Soloman
Andrew, Fortune
Enirc
Ashby, Eddie
Augustine, Benjamin
Baptist', Beatrise
Baldwine
Lily Jane
Bartholomew, Evelina

John -
Jestina
Bedeau, Hrs. Alexis


Belair 1 a 3 r 13 p
Six Roads 1 house
L'Estere do
Belivdere 3 roods
Mt. Pleasant 1 house
do 3 a 3'r 28 pls
P. Martinique 1 house


Dumfries
Reausejour
Bogles
do
do
B/jour PiMque
Brumswick
New Lands
Morne Jaloux
Redemption
Belmont
Harvey Vale
Mt. Pleasant
Grand Bay
Brumswick
Belair
Meldrum
Mt. D'or
Top Hill
L'Esterre
do
do
Cherry Hill
Brumswich
Grand Bay
Above All &
La Resource
Prospec Hal
Top Hill


4 a 8 pis
1 rood
1 house
do
I rood
1 house
do
do
2 roods
do
1 house
do
3 a 3 r 24p
1 house
I rood
2 roods
1 house
3 acres
1 house
do
do
do
do
.do
2 a 1 r 20 p
I a 1 rd

1 1 a 2 rds
1 house


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. Martinique I a 2 rds
SB/Vue P.M. 3 a 2 r
John Orange Vale do
Billy, John Brumswick 1 house
Blair, Edwin P. Martinique do
Charles do do
Elaize, George E. Grand Bay do


Description
Name. Situation. of
Property


Boatswain,

Bristol, Ca
Bubb, Cliff
Cadet, An
Caesar, Aa
An
Carlow, Ei
Gc
Is
Cato, Sara
Caton, Jos
do
Pol
Alb
Charles, A
E


I


I
Clement, (

1
J

Collins, S(
Coutain,

Cox, Mary
Est.
Etler
Pl~iil
Rich
O'Ni
Edn
Voil
Xvill


Carlton La Resourc3 1 house
Elias Mt. Uesire 26 poles
Ivin L' Esterra 1 house
ord Belvidere 1 house
I R. Hope Estate 2 rods
ron P. Martinique 1 house
niie do do
noch Bogles 2 roods
erald do 1 housa
aac Bogles 1 rood
h A. P. Martinique 1 house
eph Argyle do
do 1 rood
ina Hope 2 roods
rert r arvey Vale I house
nn C. Mt. D'or 3 roods
llena Beausejour 1 house
Beausei'.ur )
do & Belvderre ) ac I r(
iavington Mt. Pozie 1 rood
lesservey Grand Anse 2 roods
\ illiam Beausejour 5 acres
lenry Grand Bay 1 house
Caroline Eltham do
Dudley P. Martinique do
Elenora do do
lessie Bogles do
VMargaret P. M artinique do
n La Resource do
Vaddon L'Esterre do
do Morne J aloux do
y S, Meldrum do
Charles do 3 roods
n do 1 house"
hp Belvidere 1 rood
ard Cedar Grove 1 house
eale Limlair do
a Grand Bay do
et do 20 pole
ia.m do 1 house


do
Margaret
Cudjoe, George
Cummings Eliza A.
Sydney
Sylvaunie
Cyrus, Cecilia
.James N.
Louie
David, George
.lohn
Letitia
Mitchell
do
Roselia
do
Thomas
Davidson, Augustus
Ada,
Lloyd
DeCoteau, June
Delisle, Elias
Pastoral
Victoria
DeRoche, Victoria
Willie
Derrick, Stephenson.
do
Effie
George
Dick, Josaphine
Veronica


S13 p,


3 poles.










26 pls,

13 pls.


do 3 roods
Beausejour 1 house
Argyle 3 roods
Beausejour 1 house
Prospect Hall do
Beausejour 1 rood
New Ark do
Bayalean 2 roods
Mt. Pleasant 1 house
Endeavour do
Belle Vue S/th do
Beausejour 1 rood 0 pie.
Petit Caren/ge 1 house
do i acre
Beausejour do
Sweet Home 1 house
Beausejour 1 acre
Windward 1 house
do do
do do
P. Martinique do
Dover do
do do
Meldrum 1 house 2 rds
P. Martinique 1 house
do do
Dover do'
do 2 roods
Limlair 1 house


Dover
Mt. D'cr
La Resource


do
2 roods
1 rood


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Name


Dick, Ethelina
i)ickson, Joseph
Emelia
Douglas, Francis
Drumnmond. Stephenson
do
Duncan, Royal
do
Compare
Edmund, Cecilia
Solomon
do
Emmons, Ann V.
Fleary, Rosanna
Series, .
Leonard
Fleming, Virginia
Fortune, Robert
Franklyn, Fellington
Gabriel, Angelina .
do
Milton
Garraway, Joseph
Gay, Ismay
H aynes
Alston
George, IEva
J ohn
Gordon; Cecilia
Guadeloupe, Jane
Royal
Florence R.
St. John
Isaac
Hamlet. John
Dyer
Hector, Simeon
do'
.Son
Henry, Agnes
.Jacobs, Samuel E.
James, Patience
Doris
Samuel
Laffie
Jannette, Lavid

Jerome, Joseph
do
Sarah
John, Adelaide
Howell
Est. (3eo. W.
Maria
Mary E.
M ary.L.
Phillip
do
Rachel
Elizabeth
Lloyd L.
Cyrus
Jones, Mymia C.
Norma
Joseph A.
SAlexander
Jones, .Charles
Christmas
Clifton


Si k LuA iow O
Pron~erty\


Dumfries I house
:\t., Herodim 1 house
Meldrum do
Bogles 2 roods
Orange Vale 1 house
Dover .2 roods
B/Vue South 3 rocds
Harvey Vale 3 a rd 3 pl
Mt. Desire 1 house
L'Esterre 1 rood 3 poles
Experience 1 house
*'do 2 roods
Bogles ..1 house
J-etit Carenage do
.. do" do
do' do
Bogles 2 roods
Dumlriies 2 ac 3 rds 25 p
-do 1 r-od
Harvey Vale 2 acres
Argyle I do
Mt. Pleasant 2 roods
Grand Bay 1 acre
do 1 house
Morne Jaloux 1 acre
Belmont 1 house
Harvay Vale 1-.acre
L'Esterre 1 house
Belmont do
Rel1ir do
Beausejour 20 poles
Brunswick 1 house


Beausejour
B/Vue South
Harvey Vale
.B/Vue South
Dumfries
Mt. D'Or
Brunswick
Eltham
Bogles
Limlair
L'Esterre
Bogles
rialance
Lauriston
.,.t. Pleasant
do
Bogles
Sweet Home
Belmont
Harvey Vale
Dumfries
M t. Pleasant
Prospect Hall
Argyle
Harvey Vale
do
Mt. Pleasant
Six Hoads
Brunswick
Mt. Pleasant
do'
Beausejour
Dumfries
Top Hill
W/Hall
P/Martinique


2 roods 22 pls
1 house
do
2 roods
1 house
do
13 poles
I house
do
do
do
do
3 rds i pole
1 house
Sdo
do
1 rood
do
1 house
4 acs 24 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


Jiones, Clifton P/M'artinique
Elias Bayaleau
Elizabeth Fa r Hill
Flora B/Vue South
George Dewarts
Margaret P/spect Hall
Newton Lauriston
Hrs, Noel by B/Vue P.4?.
Charles


Description
of
Propertv.


20 poles
1 house
2 roods
1 acre
do
I rood
I house,
6i 2r 10p


Son Bogles 1 housa
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
Pttsey ilthom & . 1 acre 2 rods
Orange Vale
Joseph, Anthony ...L'Esterre 1 house
.lulien, Josephine Mt. Desire do
Lang, Clement Mt. Pleasant do
Henrietta do 1 rood
Augustus L. Grand Bay 1 house
David Mt. Pleasant 2 roods
Langdon, Hamilton Belvidere 1 acre I rood
Lawrence, George Mt. D'Or & 1 acre 3 roods
LaResource
Washington Beausejour & 1 acre 1 rood
LaResource
do LaResource house
Lazarus, Roselia Six Roads do
Lender, Isly B/Vue South .do
Liverpool, N. P. 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 Elthom 2 roods
LaMothe, James Windward 1 house
do do 3 acs 2 rooad
McFarlene, Joseph Mt. William 1 rood
Edwin Windward 1 house
MNGillvary, Gerald B/Vue South 3 roods
McGuire;- Christiana P/spect Hall 2 rds 6 poles
Mclntosh, Henry 0. Mt. Pleasant 2 roods
Boize Belair 1 house
Rose M t. Pleasant do
Helena Grand hay do
Ignatius Mt. Pleasant do
McKenzie, Casper B/Vue South 4 acres
Hutton 0,. do 1 house
do do 3a 3r 3p
Isaac Dumfries 2 roods
David .Corbie 1 rood
do Endeavour I house
John Six Roads do
McLawrence, Catherine Windward do
'Eliza Whim 1 acre
Augustina Belmont .1 house
McLaren, Violet Windward do
Leonard Orange Vale 2 roods
Mark Windward 1 house
James do do
Robert J. Balance do


McLeod, Dora Mt. Pleasant
Clouden do
McQuilkin, Charles Bog es and
La Palle


1 house
do
1 acre 2 meS


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1954.- (No. 51).


Name


Situation


M1cQuilki,, Fred by
Tlomras Bogles
Melv lie')
Sylvia Whim
Marelle, Isaea Beelir
Sist-r do
Mark. Ceitli' Aravle
George Harvey V.,l
Martaineaii, Henry A. Whinri
Stanislaus Win ward


Mathereon, John
Felicity
Mletville, Ellen
Mill Edimond
Mitchell, Arthur G.
John
Unatlian
Beatrice
iMorris, 'Emelina
Moses. ]emanuel
SJanmes
Norbert A.
C(o lia,
Festus
Da vil
Henry
*.Enos
R.lpIh
Nedd, August.u-
Nehoi,, Princess S.
Angeliiia
Nerton: .lames
Noel, CleopI:hns E.
E-ward
do
Edwin B.
do
Enielifna
Hai ry
ir rly
do
Leanora
Susia.miah
Newton
Eliza J.
Theonhilus
Willie
Ovid, Fereliane
Paterson, Locina
Patrice, Ambrosina
Ellen
Paitrice, Emmanuel
do
PIosetiua
do
Sil mioni
: lud
'iHenrietta
Ilerbert
Parry, Luciana,
Paul, Anderson
Pet ers, Dudley
Julia .
Phillip, Phillippa
Stephed
Grace'L.
Emena
Clarence


Beauseiour
Six Rodads
Bog[os
Grand Bav


.Dv-.(:riPicion
0;1
Oror,"i'y


I hou-ie

6 acre 2
I house
d4
do

1 rood
2 i crej
1 house
do
1 rnod
1 house


P. Mar'tinique doa
Prospect Hall do
do 1 rood
f1 'Il'esource 1 house
e",iej' u.r ) iood
La Resource 2 rods
do 1 house
do 23 poles
do 1 house
Top Hill do
Beaiasej ur do
do do
Mit. '/Or :do
La Resource 3 ro ds
'!i. Ilegsant 1 house
do 30 acres
GraBid B13y 1 house
.Beanuejour 1 house
Alt. Pleasant do
do 2 roods
do 1 house
Grand Bay 2 roods
Benusejiur 3 rcods 8
Mt. Pleasant la.a 2 r
-Bellevue-outli I htuse
FrIenrdship 1 rood
I)umnfrits 3 a 3 r 9
Brunswick I. house
Billevue South 1 r )od
Brunswick 1 house
De Cranne do
Mt. Pleasant do
P. Mairtinique do
L'EEterra 2 acres
Limlair 2 roods
Mt. William 1 house
Orange Vale do
Orange Vale 1 house
do 2 roods
do 1 hcuse
do 1 aero 2
Winriward i house
d) do

do d do
Mt. H erodin do
Biayaleau 2 rcodc
( I'.ltnom and
(Harv.y Vale 1 acre 2
Brunswick 1 house
Bogies do
do dp
BeLvidere do
Meldrum do
Wmndwad do


roods


34 pie



20 p's.

23 pla
poles
21 p


I pis














roods


roods I


Name


Smai t,-

Sn" gg.
Sallllll
Staffor
Stanisl




Stiell,




Stewar


.,ri' ria rroo
ion ''t
'Silwolo. 0


Gteorge U.
I
A nahellla
RCIC
la, Anatbdlt~
do

Ro~inreiial
,, E'ias~eo.


.B/vne Southl
Belmonit
A "gl&
Mt. D'or
do
do
Mt. Pleas nt
LiR- sour e


3 neres
1 house
1 rood
3 rods
2 do
2 n
2 a 1 r 29 p
1 roo i


Placid,

Plentie,
Quamin
Quandie

Qu:un ie
Quashie
Hri
by
Raymon
Rennic,
Roberts



Rock, J
Rlomain)


St. Hil
Saniuel


Scott, :


Selby,
Shade,


Si'mirno

Sinon,


do
Hlinristtai
Sarah
Sylvester, Alex. J.
Elias
Ei',zabeth
do
I anny
Est. Jonas
do
Una
Thomas, Carolina
Fred


do
Harvey Vale
Cherry Elill
(Granim Bay
Cherry Hill
Grand Bay
do
Top Hill
Belair
Belvidere
Mt. Pleasant
BelAir
do


2 aurcs
t house
2 a 1 house
1 ood
do
1 iho'uie
2 rds ( pis
1 rood
I rood 21 pls
2 roods
I house
do
4 acres


346


__


d, John .o;l P'ronspect 'all 1 do
Mary Eliza LaResource 3 r, ods
, Elizit Iluinfries 2 do
*Jcseph Be.use.pur 3 a. Ir 10 p
Angelina Pditit Anlr'que I hoiUfe
Simon Baniusejour 1 rood
Ioh)ni Dovr 1 house
, Lewis B..usj.ur (0o
Tnereia Ornlige Vale do
SBeuj.atiniil ":'etdruni do
laise, Patul Oranige Vale 'o
, \Vign T i ill rlo
Fled <1 do
Enpierd Grand Bay do
Aui L. Me'dram 2 p
'do Belvidere 2 roi (s
enjtminl do 1 n 2 a 1 r
CarolinIe 1eausiejon r 1 rood
Robert C. Cariton Poirit
j & ,\1I.Ple ait 5 21- p
P 'incess La]Resource 1 0ious
rd, Jolhn T. ) Buiawick & )
do j Prospect Hall j 1 ,cre
Lucret a BEla r 2 r 31 p
Geo-ge E. Mt. Ple.Uanllt 13 pil es
Jianie Be:aueej our 2'n. 7 p
Joseph Gra.id Bay 2 irooi-s
Lucret a Belvider, do
Ml.mnudel ie New Ark I a 1 rIod
Nathaniel .tlt. Pleraait 1 house
Digo -,iand Bay 1 r od
Meey DuamfriEs do
Eimond 1 ,lievue S:h. .1 house
Virginia Orange Vale 1 rood
rson, Jessie Peti; C/nage 1 house
d, Jcseph Boles 1 rood
Bus, Agnes Dumfries 20 poles
Octavia Mt. Desire 1 rood
Onella Betair 1 a2re
Isaac 1)umf'ie's 3 a 3 r 22 p
Veronica Bellevue Sth. 1'house
Emielina New Lands 13 poles
Cat,.eriue R. L'Esterre 2 roods
Lawreuce J. New lands, )
do Hope, Mt. i 1 a 20 p
Herodine
t, Fednar iJa etlle 1 house


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51).


Name


Thomas, Nathaniel
Elthena
IEva
Betyl
Tlhorne, Horace
Walter, Peter
'William, Betty
do
A brah am
Etheline
Joseph
Son
'SHrah
iLlizAbeth
Wilson, James


Si tuat ion


La Resource
Bogles
Alt. Pleasant
Bogles
!\t. Pleasant
Brgles
Prospect Hall
do
0. Dowarts
LaHescirce
Greenook
La Resource
BJrunswick
Mt. 1iOr
Redemption


Do eoriIptioa
l*LP--nnevtt'


1 house
do
do
do
1 acre
1 house
1 acre 2 roods
1 house
2 roods
I rood
1 acre
1 house
do
do
1 rood 1 pole


ISLANDS.


John, Phillip


Saline


45 acres


LIMaIlR.


Cox, Elizabeth
Cha'les, Louisa A.
Cyrus, Marian
DeLisle, Alfred
Mcintosh, Ignatius
Patrice, Herbert
Rormain, Benjamin
I heophilus


Litnlai"
do
do
do
do
do
do


2 acres
do
2ac 1 rd30 pl
1 ac 3 rd 20 pi
2 acs 20 pls
l ac 2 rds 15 p
2 acres
1 acre 3 roods


AUCTION SALE.

'1IIERE will be sold by Government Auctioneer
.1. at the Koat House, St. Genre's Pier, on
lWednesd'y 1.Lth September, 1954, in the forenoon
the following articles: -
16 Lanterns
1 Clock
3 Buckets
L Leading Lighter Lamp
1 Tape Measure
1 Water Cask
24 small Kerosene Stoves
16 Pots
1 Suitsase containing new clothes


Treasury,
Grenada.


G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.



POST OFFICE.


Grenada/Carriacou Mail and Passenger
Service.

IT is notified for general information that Schooner
"Lady Kelvin" will substitute for contract
vessel "Principal S" from Tuesday 14th September,
1954~ until further notice.
By Command
F.R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster
General Post Office,
Grenada,
9th September, 1954.


DISTRICT BOARD NOTICES

FTAKE notice that I will attend at the Board's
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 ot 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
iC6h day of September, 1954, when a poll will be
opened at the Magistrate's Court Room, St.
George's, between the hours of 12 noon and 5 p.m.
for the purpose Voting papers will be issued to
every registered voter applying for same.

K. SYLVESTER,
Ret urning Officer.

District Board Office,
St. George's. *
2nd September, 195"4.




St. John's District Board.

jOTICE is hereby given tihat I will attend at
.1 the District Board's Office on Monday Oth
September, 1954, between the hours of 10 a.m. and
12 noon, to receive nominations Ior the return of
five (5) persons to serve as members on the St.
John's District Board for tHe three-year term
ending September, 1957.
In the event of there being more than five (5)
Candidates nominated, a general election will be
held on the -3rd day of September, 1954, when a
poll will be opened at the District Board Office,
Gouyave, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.,
and voting papers will be issued to every registered
voter applying for same.

-G.--W. FRANCIS,
Returning Officer.




ST. PATRICK'S DISTRICT BOARD.


TOTICE is hereby given that I will attend at
1 the District 'Board's Office, Sauteurs, on
Thursday 16th September, 1954, 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 the St. iPtrick's District Board for the three
year term ending September, 1957.
-In the event of there being more than six candi-
dates nominated, n. general election will hb hel'1 oin
the 23rd day of September, 71904, when a poll will
be opened at the Magistrate's Court House,
Sauteurs, 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,
Returning Officer.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51.)


NOTICE

St. David's District Board

TOTICE is hereby given that I will attend at the
Ii Magistrate's Court House on Friday the 10th
day of September, 1954, between the hours of 9.00
a.m. and 12.00 noon for the purpose of receiving
nominations for the return of five (5) persons to
serve as members on the St. David's District Board
for the triennial period terminating September,
1957.
In the event of there being more than five (5)
candidates nominated, a general election will be
held on Monday the 27th day of September, 1954,
when a poll will be opened at the Court House St.
David's between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 4.00
p.m., and voting papers will be issued to every
registered voter applying for same.

J. 0. Y. MILLER,
Returning Oficer.


General Election.

rfiAKE notice that I will attend at the Board's
Office on Tuesday the 14th day of September,
1954, between the hours of 12.00 noon, and 3.00
p.m. to receive nominations for the return of four
(4) .persons to serve as members of the St. Mark's
District Board for the triennial period commencing
on the 1st day of October, 1954.
In the event that there are more than four (4)
nominations a General Election will be held on the
24th day of September, 1954, when a poll would
he opened 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.

C. A. EDWARDS,
Returning Oicer.
District Board Office,
Victoria,
31st August, 1954.


General Election, 1954.

T rAKE Notice that I will attend at the Board's
I Office on Thursday, 23rd day of September,
1954, between the hours of 1.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m.
to receive nominations for the return of (7) seven
members to serve as members on the St. Andrew's
District Board for the triennial period commencing
on the 1st day of October, 1954.
In the event that there are more than (7) seven
nominations a General Election will be held on the
30th day of September, 1954,, when polls would be
opened at the Magistrate's Temporary Court House,
Grenville, and the Board's Office from 7 a.m. to.
11.30 a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for the
purpose. Voting papers will be issued to every
registered Voter applying for same.
L. A. JACQUES,
Returning Officer.
District Board's Office,
Grenville,
7th September, 1954.


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

APPLICATIONS are invited for the vacant
L 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 ..(700 x 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 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.
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.., .. Government
Medical Officer should be furnish_ '
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.


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GOVERNMENTT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51.)


GOVERNMENT NOTICE,

Vacancies for Executive Engineers and
Engineers in the British Guiana Civil Service.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons wishing to secure appoint-
ment to one or other of several posts for Executive
Engineers gineersaid Eneers in the British Guiana
Civil Service required in connexion with the
Colony's development programme.
2. The post will be filled either on a pension-
able basis (in which case, if considered desirable,
a successful candidate may be required to serve
on probation in the first instance for a period not
exceeding two years) or on three to five-year con-
tracts ori the special terms stated hereunder,
according" to the preferences of the successful
candidates :
3. Persons applying for appointments of Execu-
tive Engineer must possess the A.M..LC.E. and'
have had experience as enigin.eers and in handling
labour. They should preferably be between the
ages of 25 and 40 years.
4. Persons applying for appointments of-
Engineer must have passed parts "A" and "B" of
the A.M.I.C.E. or must possess a University
Degree recognized as .exempting them from the
above-mentioned sections of the A.M.I.C.E.
5. The emoluments offered for these appoint-
ments are as follows:-
Executive Engineers.
(a) If Pensionable.--
(i) salary $5,040 (1,050) per annum;
(ii) temporary non-pensionable cost-of-living
allowance $200 (62 10s) per annum.
(iii) the prospect of an improvement in the
abovementioned emoluments (to be
granted retrospectively ,from the date
of the Officers appointment) on com-
ppletion of the general revision of
salaries now being undertaken.
(b) If on Contract.-
(i) salary (not subject to review) $6,240
(1,300 per annum;
(ii) a gratuity (payable, if desired, at the end
of each complete period of six months
satisfactory service including approved
leave) equivalent to 22%/ of salary
earned during that period.
Engineers.
(a) If Pensionable.-
S(i) salary in the scale $3,000 (625) x $120
(25)-$3,600 (750) x $144 (30)-
.$4,320 (C900) x $240 (50)-$4,800,
(.1,000) per annum; but a successful
candidate may be appointed at a
point above the minimum of the
salary scale appropriate to his qualifi-
cations and experience;
(ii) temporary non-pensionable cost-of-living
allowance $300 (62 10s.) per annum;
(iii) the prospect of an improvement in the
above-mentioned emoluments (to be
granted retrospectively from the date'
of the officer's appointment) on com-
pletion of the- general revision of
S s.alajies hiiv being undertaken.
*'li~e no e '


(b) If on Contract.- .
(i) a minimum initial salary of $4.032
(840) per annum in the scale $3,000
(625)-$4,8CO (t1,000) per annum-
see (a) (i) above-but the salary of a
contract officer will not be subject to(
review;
(ii) a gratuity (payable, if desired at the end
of each complete period if six months
satisfactory service including approved
leave) equivalent .to 22j of -salary
earned during that period.
6. Leave (in' the cases of both pensionable and
contract executive Engineers and Engineers) is
earned at the rate of 5 days for each complete
month of resident service up to a maximum of
six months subject to a minimum tour of two
years' resident service. In the case of a ..pension-
able officer, free leave passages (to' a. limit of
260. 8s. 4d. each) will be provided for the officer
and wife.(but not his children) after he has com-
pleted a minimum tour, subject to the provision
of funds annually by the Legislative Council and
to the requirements of the Public Officers Leave-
(Passages) Regulations.
7. All officers will be provided on first appoint-
ment with passages for themselves and families
(i.e. wife and children) not exceeding in any one
cise'five persons. Children to be ubder 18 years,
unmarried and dependent on the officer. In the
case of an officer on contract, free passages for
himself and family back to the place.from which
he was recruited will be provided on the satis-
factory conclusion of his contract.
.Applications should be addressed to the-
Chief Istablishment Officer, British Guiana, and
should state the applicant's date of birth, qualifi-
cations and experience. All applications should
be submitted not later thcn the 30th September.
1954.


Sale of X-Ray Equipment.

SIENDERS are invited for the purchase of the
Main X-Ray Diagnostic equipment which was
installed at the Barbados General Hospital in
1941, consisting of-
(i) Watson's Roentgn IV High Tension Genera-
tor with Control Table.
(ii) Watson's Autonome II Motor-Driven Couch
with,tube Stand.
(iii) Upright Chest and Sinus Stand incorporat-
ing vertically amounted Potter Bucky
Diaphragm complete with adjustable chair..
(iv) Accessories for above equipment including:
overhead shockproof system, tubes, etc.
2. This equipment, which may be inspected on.
application to the Specialist Radiologist, General
Hospital, will shortly be dismantled, and the
purchaser will be responsible for its removal from
the Hcspital.
3. Tenders should be in sealed envelopes marked
"Tenders for X-Ray Equipment" and addressed to-
the Chief Secretary, Public Buildings, Bridgetown,
Barbados, to reach him not later than the 15th
September, 1954.
4. The Government does not bind itself to accept
the highest or any tender.













350 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.- (No. 51).

VACANT POST OF ASSISTANT MASTER. in Science and $2,016 x$96-$2,688 for a non-
graduate.


ST. VINCENT GRAMMER SCHOOL.


3. The successful candidate will be expected to
teach Chemistry and either Botany or Biology up
to the standard of the Cambridge Higher School


A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably Certificate.
qualified persons for the post of Assistant 4.' Applications must be addressed to the Assistant
Master, St. Vincent Grammer School. Administrator and Establishment Officer, Govern-
2. The post is pensionable and the salary will be ment Office, St. Vincent, and must reach him not
in the scale $2,880 x $120-$3,600 for a Graduate later'than 20th September, 1954.

UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' ORDINANCE.


OTICE is hereby given that a Quarterly Licensing Session for the Southern District, for the
IN hearing of applications, for the granting of Certificates, under the above Ordinance, will be
held at the Court House, St. George's, on 31.i'i.*.,, the 27th day of September, 1954, at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.


Name of Applicant.


'Delmas Bruno

Maud Charles

Asht n Coomansingh

:Stanley Hagley

Marcus A. Hinds

L. D. M. Nelson

Franklyn Payne

John E. Perrott


Occupation.


... Shopkeeper

do

do

do

... Proprietor

... Merchant



... Shopkeeper


]teridrncc. i D:!scriptioi" Ifremires souigii. to 1,e li, AojjdJ.


Grand Anse

Springs

Green Street

N/Hampshire

Grenville St.

Cross Street

Williamson Rd

Green Street


Wall building situate at Grand Anse, St.
George's,
Stone and wooden building situate on
the Carenage.
SWail building situate at Lucas Street St.
George's. "
Wall building situate at New Hampshire,
St. George's.
Wall building situate at Grenville Street,
St. George's.
Wall building situate at Grenville Street,
St. George's.
Wall building situate at Wobarn, St.
George s.
1 Stone building situate at the Caronage, St.
I Geore.'s.


W. McINTYRE,
VMa7istl ate, Southern District.


Magistrate's Office,
St. George's,
31st August, 1954.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS'


LICENCE ORDINANCE.


NTOTICE is hereby given that the Quarterly Licensing Session for St. Andrew's, Eastern District, for
]I 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-tlie
forenoon.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

Name of Appl:cant Occupation Residence Desciiption of premises sog'ht to be licensAd.


Evadney Douglas ... Shopkeeper Beauregard Wooden building at Beauregard.
Lloyd Bhola '... Proprietor Grenville Wall building at renville.
Prince Andrew William ... Shopkeeper Deblandeau Stone and wooden building Lat Deblandeau.
Mildred Daly ... do Pearls Wcoden building at Pearls.
Charles Mitch ell ... do St. Johni "" 'W wooden building at St. John.
Emmanuel Ambrose ... do La Fillette Wooden building at La Fillette.
Ronald John Clnhigh ...1 Proprietor Grand Bacolet Concrete and wooden building at Grand
Bacolet.


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


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


fck













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51). 351

UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCE ORDINANCE.


TnAKE notice that a Quarterly Licensing Session for the hearing of applications under the above
1 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.
PDariculsi rs t A ttlicatrins for nPw7 Certfificatp s


Name of Applicant. Occupation. 1tesiden.ce. Description of premise- sought to be licensed
------------------

Allan Houstone ... Shopkeeper Hermitage Wooden building'at Hermitage

George Samual Liscott... ditto Morne Fendue ,, ., ,, Morne Fendue


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


W., L. McINTYSE,
Magistrate, WIestern 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-
Scations for the granting of Certificates under the above Ordinance will be head at the Court
House, Victoria, on T'I'hursday the 23rd of September, 1965, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.,

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

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


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

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





UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCE ORDINANCE.


TAIAKE notice that a Quarterly Licensing Session for the hearing of applicants under the
.' above mentioned Ordinance will be held at the Court House, Gouyave, in the parish of St. John
on [Monday, September 97th 1954, at 9 a.m.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificate.

Name of Applicant Occupation. Residence Description of premises soughtt to ble licr:se


George W. Bedassie Shopkeeper Gouyave Est. Wooden building at Gunylive Eslate.
Magnus Cadore I lo Grand Ioy Wooden building at Grand Roy.
Muriel John do Mon Plasir Wooden building at Mon Plasir.


Magistrate's Office,
Gouyave,
4th September, 1954;'


GEORGE P. ROSE,
for Magistrate, Western District.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 195.4.-(No. 51.)


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS':. LICENCE ORDINANCE.


AUKErnotice that a Quarterly Licensing Session for the Northern District for the hearing of
Applications for the granting of certificates under the above.Ordlinance, will be held at the Court
House, Carriacon on Thursday, the 23rd day of September, 1954, at 9.15 o'clock in the.forenoon.

Partie.ulars of Applications for New Certificates.

Name:of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Description of premises -ought lo be liccnsed.


Martin Bethel Shopkeeper Windward One storey wall building, WVindward.
Lionel Callender Gardener Bogles Two storey wall and wooden building
Bogles. '
Meshach Matheson Shopkeeper Belle Vue Sth. One storey wooden building, Belmont.
Earl. Vincent Chauffeur Hillsborough Main Street, Hillsborough.,


Magistrate's Office, M. W. HAYLING,
Carriacou, Additional Jlagistrate, Northern District.
30th August, 1954.




UNDER THE SALE OF PRODUCE ORDINANCE.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Quarterly Licensing Session for the Eastern District for the hearing
of applications, for.the granting of Certificates under the above urdin-nce, will be held at the
Court, House, Grenville, on Thiursday, the 23rd day of Septei!be7:, 1954, at 10 o'clock in the forepoon.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

ST. ANDREW'S.

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


Montague Alexander ... Shopkeeyer Hermitage Wooden building at Hermitage.
Prince Andrew 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.
Magistrate, Eastern District.


352











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51).

British Caribbean Currency Board Abstract.

(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950).


Notes in circulation at 30th June, 1954
Currency Fund:
Securities held by Crown Agents (Market value
at 30th June, 1954)
On deposit In Crown Agents Jcint colonial Fund
On deposit with Accountant General, Trinidad
and Tobago
Excess of Currency Fund over Note Circulatio6i


$ 51,738,092.00


... $48,064,975.92
.. 5,336,836.32

... 518,293.86


$53,920,106.10
2,182,014.10


Securities held by the Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administraions;
on Behalf of the British Caribbean Currency Fund at 30th June, 1954.


DESC('RIP'PTON OF S i OK


Australia 3/% 1954/59
do 3 % 1955/58
do 31% 1956/61
do 3 % 1958/60
do 4 % 1961/64
do 31% 1961/66 ...
do 3 % 1963/65 ...
do 31% 1965/69
do 3 % 1934/66
do 3 % 1965/67 ...
do 21% 1967/71 ...
do 3 % 1975/77
.Barking 3%/o 1954/.59
Blackburn 2 % 1960/65
Blackpool 3 % 1957
Belfast 2 % 1963/66
Bootle 31% 1958/62
Bradford 3% 1972/82
British Gas 4 % 1969/72
British i'fransport 4% 1972/77
Ceylon 3-% 1954/59...
do 3W% 1959 ..
do 3 % 1959/64
do 5 % 1960/70 ...
do 4-% 1965
Consols 4 % 1957 or after ...
Cyprus 4 % 1956/66
do 31% 1969/71
Conversion Stock 2% 1"':. .I
East Africa High Commission 34% 1966/68
do do 31% 1968/70
do do 42% 1964/69
do do 4 % 9:lf;/71
Federated M.d.iy States 3% 1-960/70
Fending 21% 1952/57
do 2%o 1956/61 ...
do 3 % 1959/69 .
do 3 % 1966/68 ...
Gold Goast 3% 1954/59
do 44% 1956
do 41% 1960/70
do 3 % 1963
IIuddersfield 34% 1958/63 ..
Hull 3i% 1958/63 ...
do 3j% 1960/70 ...

Carried forward


NOMINA L
'ALUE


S s. d.
... 53,979 18
.. 96.263 2 7
... 12,394 0 5
.. 15,339 5 10
... 31,003 0 0
... 97,719 2 2
... 16,124 18 81
.. 37,385 5. 2
3,195 17 2
... 33,278 10 0
... 3,396 17 11l
... 42,917 15 7'
... 13,000 0 0
.. 7,700 0 0
... 712 1 10
... 3,770 7 11j
S 6,228 16 2;
... 5,996 4 5
... 300.000 0 0
... 323,474 14 2
...i 17,168 16 11
7,472 3 8
... 16,731 18 0
... 13,200 0
... 18,047 17 2
... .17,397 5 1
4,724 5 3
... 107,344 12 8
... 100,000 0
.144,820 14 0
53,831 2 1
... 100,000 0 0
... 134,535 16 5
30,964 19 6
... 70,000 0 0
...,968,918 7 10
... 50,000 0 0
233,869 5 8
... 41,004 10 6
... 34,729 18 3
1,879 10 5
... 2,188 16 6
... 10,000 0 0
... 6,459 13 4
..... 9,162 15 4

...4,297,629 7 4


PRICE
PAID


VALUEE AT
30. '(;. 54.,


s. d. s. 'd.
54,061 16 1 54,249 16 9
95,911 13 .6 96,268 2 7
12,394 0 5 12,332 1 0
15,147 11 0 15,109 4 0
32,046 5 0 31,155 0 0
96,497 12 4 96,253 6 5
15,298 10 7 15,238 1 3
x:5,23? 12 1 34,955 4 4
2;, 80 2 9 3,020 1 9
30,990 12 1 30,782 12 '.3
2 989 5 4 2,955 6 0
37,521 1 0 37,151 12 11
13,162 10 0 13,130. 0 0
7,170 12 6 7,315 0 0
712 1 10 712 1 10
3,454 12 (C 3,431 1 2
6,150 19 0 6,a28 16 2
5,718 17 11 5,636 8 11
302,625 0 0 315,000 0 0
329,696 2 2- 329,696 2,'
17,383 9 1i 16,911 6 1'
7,500 4 1 7,210 13 2
16,250 17 2 15,560 13 4
14,503 10 0 13,9265 0 0
20,033 2 5 1,7Wi'3I 5
17,0' 8 8 16,701 7 '3
4,848 : 5 4,747 'i 8
95,000 0 0 100,367 4 8
99,500 0 100,000 0 0
143,372 9 10 13(,85 -IT1 '3
48,038 0 1 50,870 7 10
99,500 0 0 104,000 0 0
198,789 19 8 133,517 15 8
27,089 16 0 26,3'20 .4 '6
71,181 5 0 70,5256 0 '
1,867,588 16 ,9'.,607 11 6
47,000 0 0 48,000 0 0
220,275 12 8 225,683 17 2
40,355 14 10 39,979 8 3
36,900 10 8 35,771 16 2
2,015 15 9 1;907-14 3
2,134 2 1 2,101. ~ 5
10,137 10 0 10,100 0 0
6,483 17 10 6,459 13 4
8,910 15 10_ ,979 10 3

4,151,596 14 3/4,293,489 12 10
It


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51).


DESCRIPTION OF STOCK.



Brought forward

U1keston 34% 1959/64
Kenya 44% 1961/71
do 24% 1965/70 ...
do 21% 1971/76
do 31% 1973/78 ...
do 41% 1971/78 ...
Leeds 3% 1955/58
Londcri Elec. Trans. Finance Corp. 2-% 1950/55
Malaya 3% 1974/76..
Mauritus 38% 1957/62
,do 34% 1965/68
National Defence Loan (Assented Conversion)
2% 1954/58
,National War Bonds 21% 1954/56
INewport (MON) 3% 1952/55
New Zealand 3% 1952/55 ...
do 3j% 195-5/60
S do 5% 1956/71
do 34% 1960/64
do 31% 1962/65
do 31% 1963/66
do 3% 1966/68 ..
* do 3% 1973/77 ...
.igeri-a 3% 195 ...
. do 4% 1963 ...
o0 .4% 1964/66
do 3% 1975/77 ...
rNorthern Rhodesia 3% 1963/65
do do 34% 1955/65
do do 3i% 1970/72
do do 4%7 1965/70
'Nothern Ireland 3:% 1968/70
. Palestine Gtd. 3% 1962/67 ..
: Portsmouth 31 1972/82
;;Savings Bonds 2o-% 1964/67 .
do do 3% 1955/65 ...
do -do 3% 1960/70 ...
i do do 3% 1965/75 ...
Serial Funding .3% 1955...
,:Sierra Leone 3J% 1958/63
*South Africa 3f% 1953/73
do 34% 1954/59 ...
do 3% 1954/64 ...
Southampton 3% 1959/64 ...
Southshields 3.% 1956/58
Southern Rhodesia 34% 1961/66 ...
Swansea 3% 1955/65
STanganyika 41% 1967/72
Uganda 3 1966/69
War Loan 3% 1955/59 ...




On Deposit in Joint Colonial Fund
On deposit with Acountant General, Trinidad
STobago ...

TOTAL


Conversion at rate of 4/2 to $1-00 =


N')MINAL
VALUE


1'lRIC I VL ALCE AT
PAIl) I :-, 6" ,4.


S s d. s. d. s. d.
...4,297,629 7 44,151,596 14 34,293,489 12 10

4,993 10 8 5,030-19 8 4,943 11 11
10,964 17 11 11,034 15 3 10,521 10 4
135,392 9 2 115,582 15 5114,398 3. 7
2,429 10 2,,50 2 10i 2,028 13 3
... 170,488 0 1 166,225 16 156,848 19 3
.. 275,184 4 274,308 6 287,567 10 5
5,389 11 10 5,376 2 4 5,389 11 10
S 17,009 7 3,. 1-6,541 12 1 -16,754 4 5
... 166.048 6 11 140,437 0 4 134,499 3 2
S 5,000 0 0 4,950 0 0' 4,.25 0 0
... 70,049 15 4 68,955 4 9! 66,197 0 7

.. 99,306 5 3i 99,018 9 8 99,057 19 11
1...,245,067 12 li1,258,804 15 9A1,254,405 0 3
... 14,924 2 1 15,054 13 10 14,924 2 1
25,256 13 0 25,522 6 0 25,256 13 0
... 20,828 4 11 21,140 13 5 21,036 10 7
... 16,000 0 0 17,320 0 C 1;,640 0 0
30,843 1 7 31,170 15 9 30,997 5 11
... 17,265 15 9 17,006 16 01 16.834 2 1
... 735 12 11 715 8 4 70 18 0
... 17,485 6 9 16,479 18 7 16,523 12 11
... 24,471 13 10 21,840 19 9 21.902 3 3
... 5,152 8 5 25,781 4 8 25,403 1 11
... 40,331 19 9 43,003 19 5 41,138 12 6
... 50,000 0 0 48,625 6 2 48,000 0 0
... 31,348 3 7 27,821 10 2 26,802 13 10
... 6,813 12 5 6,541 1 6 6,302 12 0
... 12,670 7 11 12,607 0 11 12,290 5 8
... 338,238 0 10! 333,587 5 5i 316,252 11 5
... 200,000 0 0 200,000 0 0 207,000 0 0
4,925 13 1 4,771 14 7 4,753 5 1
... 6,253 2 10 5,831 1 1 5,909 4 4
... 1,624 14 8 1,539 8 8 1,527 5 0
2,202 15 7 1,997 12 11 2,070 12 3
...1,056,182 11 101,027,137 11 51,061,463 30 1
104,477 2 6 96,314 17 0 99,253 5 4
... 33,303 18 3 29,890 5 2 30,806 2 5
... 671,621 11 2 681,867 6 .5 681.695 17 8
816 710 809 5 0 795 19 8
9,000 0 0 8,685 0 0 8,370 0 0
.... 1,916 9 8 1,930 17 2 1,897 6 4
.... 6,000 0 0 b,670 0 0 5,550 0
12,306 14 2 11,660 12 1 12,060 11 6
... 4,072 17 2 4,098 6 3 4,113 11 9
6,740 0 0 6,731 11 6 6,504 2 0
3,957 17 0 3,715 8 8 37,99 10 9
... 178,054 15 8 174,568 16 1 180,725 12 1
... 327,122 10 1 291,249 0 71 309,130 15 4
288,302 4 7 295,518 11 0 '94,06S 5 6


10,095,489 9 09,838,219 0 4110,013,536 13 0

...1,111,840 18 01,111,840 1.8 0 1,111,840 18 0
&
... 107,977 17 9 107,977 17 9 107,977 17 9

11,315,308 4 9111,058,037 16 111,233,355 8 9


$ 54,313,479-54 53,078,581-46 53,920,106-10


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad.
25th August, 1954.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner.
British Caribbean Currency Board.


54


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1954.-(No. 51).


355


NOTICE,

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


Green

Dry .

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace ]?ickings


Advances


9 Cents

13 do.

7 do.

60 do.

30 do.

10 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.
F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Dare fixed 6th September, 79.54.


GRENADA.

Ai'lRTE) bY TII1K UOFIIJIMENT PRINTER AT THB GOVERNMENT' i t PLIiG tiO Lrkit
ST. GEORGES.
1954




Publications Not Available

Supplements to
Grenada Official Gazette
v.72 no.51

Statutory Rules and Orders:
No.44 of 1954
Imperial Legislation:
Grenada...
Leeward Islands...
Ordinances:
No.32 of 1954
No.38 of 1954




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