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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: October 2, 1954
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


Vunbisbc, SATURDAY, rit .


VOL. 72.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1954. [No. 55.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENT
No. 268.
EVEREND Fr. FRANCIS XAVIER CORR has
been appointed a Marriage Officer in respect
of the Catholic congregation in the Colony.
2nd October, 1954.
M. P. 164.

VACATION LEAVE.
No. 269.
/I-R. CUTHBERT GIBBS, Class II Clerk, Magis-
It trate's Office, Grenville, has been granted 6
months vacation leave, with effect from 16th
September, 1954.
2nd October, 1954.
P.F. 364.

No. 270.
SRS. MARCELLA DAVID, Class III Clerk,
Governor's Office, has been granted 17 weeks
and 2 days vacation leave with effect from. 1st
October, 1954.
2nd October, 1954.
P.F. 598.
No. 271.
R. GORDON S. DA BREO, Labour Officer, has
been granted 6 months and 3 weeks vacation
leave with effect from 4th October, 1954..
2nd October, 1954.
P. F. 118.

ACTING ARRANGEMENTS.
No. 272.
CONSEQUENT on the grant of leave to
J Mr. CUTHBERT GIBBS, the following acting
arrangements have been made:-
Mr. DENNIS ALEXIS, Class I[I Clerk, Magis-


rate's Office, Sauteurs, to act as Magistrate's
Clerk, Grenville; Miss ULDINE MAULE, Lady
Clerk, Grenville, to act as M magistrate's Clerk,
Sauteurs, with effect from 16th September, 1954,
and until further notice.
2nd October, 1954.
P.F. 652.
P.F.

No. 273.
CONSEQUENT on the grant of vacation leave to
Mr. GORDON S. DA BREO, the following
acting arrangements have been made:-
(a) Mr. JOHN D)A BREO, Labour Inspector, to
act as Labour Officer ; and
(b) Mr. O. T. Buxo to act as Labour .Inspector
with effect from 4th October, 1954, and until
further notice.
2nd October. 1954.
P.F.
P.F.

No. 274.
HE following documents are circulated with and
for:n part of this Gazette;-
S.R. & O. No. 46.-The Income Tax (Deduc-
tions) 'Amendment) Rules, 1954.
S.R. & 0. No. 47.-The Colony Hospital (Re-
vocation) Rules, 1954.
S.R. & 0. No. 48.--The Colony Hospital (Fees)
(Amendment) Rules, 1954.
S.R. & O. No. 49.-The Aid to Pioneer Indus-
tries (George Joseph) (Manufacture of
Shirts, Pyjamas and Underwear) Order,
1954.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
2nd October, 1954.


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NOTICE.

Distribution of Proceeds of Japanese Assets
in United Kingdom.

T is hereby notified for the information of those
concerned that by announcement in the House
of Commons, the Minister of Pensions and National
Insurance expects to make a second and final
distribution of remaining Japanese Assets in the
United Kingdom and that the classes of persons
eligible under the original distribution scheme
would bi extended to cover, in addition to those
originally entitled, the following:-
All service and ex-service personnel who
became prisoners of war of the Japanese while
serving in British Units based in the United
Kingdom or -s members of the Royal Navy.
Members and ex-members of the Merchant
Navy who were captured while serving in
British ships registered in the United King.
dom.
Ex-civilian internees, or Prisoners of War
who served in Forces other than these based
in the United Kingdom, who are of British
Nationality, who normally resided in the
United Kingdom before internment and either
their homes are here now or they returned to
the United Kingdom on being released and
have since emigrated.
Persons who received the first distribution and
those who have not, so far, received any payment
but come within the wider qualifications now
announced, should write as quickly as possible to
the Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance,
Thames House, South, Millbank, London, S.W.I.


Tenders for the lease of approved
SGovernment sites for Gasolene
filling and Service Stations.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the lease of any
of the following approved Government sites for
gasolene filling and service stations:
(a) St. George's Road at Green Bridge
(b) Junction of Melville Street and Cross Street
(c) Between the Wharf Road and Tyrrel Street
opposite the Public Works power tools
workshop
(d) The open land opposite the top Botanic Gate


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.
OTICE is hereby given that the undei-
IN mentioned persons hlavin4 become dEefaulte-s
under the Town Xldministrat:on Ordintince, Cap. 225
of the Laws in respect; of the Town Rates for the
ye.r 1954 ,nd previous yeats, their properties will
be offered for sale by Public Auction on Wednesday
the 13th day of October, 1954, at 1.30 p.m. at the
Revenue Office Gouyave, for .he recovery of the
said Rate?.

G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.
18th September, 1954.


Name


Alexander, Wesley
Alexis, Josephine
.Julius by
Joseph
Banfield, Atton
Benjamin, Edroy
Gifford,
Bernard, Julia


.Situatiorm


Description
of
Property


Citral Dep. St 1 house
Dominique St. 1 lot

New 'Street do
Upper Dep. 1 house
Edward St. 1 lot
Cornets Walk 1 house
Up. Dep. St. do


Blackman, Sarah by
M. 'Wade C/tral Dep. St ,'o
Bernadine, Gabriql Up. Dep. St. do
Blackburn, Mary St. Benoit ao
Charles, Mary Chapel Lane do
do New Street 1 lot
May Victoria Road ro
do C/tral Dep. St tailor shop
Ciichlcw, Henriet'a School Lane I house
Christopher, Beryl Edward St. do
Charles Doris Up. Dep. St do
Clari, Lionel Domiique St d.>
Crowe, Francis Cornets Walk do
DeCoteau, Catherine C/tral Dep. St shop
Dharanghit, Adam Comets Walk 1 house
Duprey, Cyril Up. Dep. St. do
Ethelbert Francis Ottleys Lane 1 lot
Ettienime, Mary Hrs. of
by B. Innis Langton Road do
Ferguson, Elvira by
M. Wade St. Peters St. 1 house
Frank, Theophilus Cornets Walk do-
Franklin, Evadne by
George Up. Dep. St. do
Gay, Myra Hrs. of do 1 lot
George, Richard Hrs of Dominic 1 house
Gibbs, Clarissa &


between the Spring/Calivigny Road and the Curtis
new road around the lagoon, and George A.
(e) A new site. on the Wharf through reclamation Joseph
2. Tenders close at 12 noon on Saturday 16th do
October, 1954, and should be addressed to the Grant, Harriet
Chairman, Tenders Board, St. George's, and marked do
on the.envelope' "Tenders for the lease of approved Henry, Adriana
Government sites for Gasolene filling and Service Hutchinson, G. W.
Stations ". Henry, Virginia
3. Government. does not bind itself to accept the Sylvia
lowest or any tender. Isabella
Jardine, Amelia
29th September, 1954. Jrhn, Linda
M.P. 1595. JQoseph-, Theodore


Edward S6. .do
C/tral Dep. St do
Up. Dep. St. do
Dominic St. do
Co 1 lot
Victoria Road do
SEdward St. 1 house
Up. Dep. St. do
C/tral Dep. St,shop
Lr.'Dsp. St. 1 lob
Edwaid St. 1 h6use
Dominic St. I lot
Up, Dep. St. do
Lr. I)ep. St. 1 house
Up. Dep. St. 1 lot













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 2, 1954.-(No. 55).


Namee


Situati n


Joseph, May Langton Road
Juerrkhan, Angelina C/tral Deo. St
do do


Dacerintiori
of
Pro,'wtr


1 house
do
do


Julien, Nathaniel by)
FTitz.Gerald St. Peters St. do
Colilms I


Lee, Dowlin
Lewis, Evelyn
Joidan by
Agnes
Miarian
Masan, Alice
Mathlin. Joseph
Mavis
"M1eBarnette, Peter
Peter
McIntyre Florance
Mckie, H, A.
McSween, John
Mendes, Annie
Mitchell, Rose
Morgan, Norbert
Neleor, Glbdys
Noel, Jam(s
Shephard
Those. Alexis hrs of
Phillip, Cyril
Palmer, Anthony
Paul, Telena
Peter, Francis
Linda
Cuthbert
John
Shemily
Roa.cb, Alice
Romain, Althera
Roberts, Ls-aiora
Salfarlie, .l ane
Showe, Elizabeth
Simeonj Juiliai
Simor, Lona
M aud
Small, Daniel
DiAniel
Snaeg, Beatrice
St. John, GEorLiana
Sutton, Caroline
Stroude, Wilson
Sylvester, Wiseman
Thotmas, Carrie
Elizabeth
do
Edzei
.Joseph
M1 arie
Milita


Up. Dep. St.
Edward St.

Edward St.
Dominic St.
do
Central Dep.
do.
River Road
do
Dominic St.
Central Dep.
River Lane
Lr. Dp. St.
Cornets Walk
Central Dep.
Up. Dp. St.
.iver Line
Up. Dp. St.


do


Lr. I'p. St.
Do rinic St.
River Road
Up. Dep. St.
C/tral i p. St.
Edward St.
Lr. Dep. St.
River Lane
C/tral Dp. St.
Langton Rd.
Rfver Lane
Lr. Dep. St.
Edvward St.
0/tral Dp. St.
Hillsview
Up. Dep. St.
Hillsview
Up. Dep. St.
do
Dominic St.
C/tral Dp. St.
Ottleys Lane
Up. Dep. St.
do
do
do
do
do


--


do do
do Room


Turnbull, Alex. hrsof- -
by Wyomie 0/tral Dp. St.
Welsh, Eleanora New Street
John Up. Dep. St.
Whitfield, (. Hrs of oo
Louisa Central Up.
do do
Ewart Dominic St.
William, Adonia Langton R(.
Aloysius Dominic St.
Joseph, Langton Rd;
Wilson, George C/tral lp. St.
Walker, Mary Up. Dep. St.


1 house
do
do
1 lot
1 house
1 lot
1 Ro:m
1 lot
I house
S-lot
1 house
do


377


do
1 house

1 house
do
do
do
Shop
1 house
1 lot
1 house
do
do
cdo
do
do
1 lot
1 house
do
1 lot
Garage
1 house
do
do
do
1 lot
do
do
1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
1 lot
1 house
Shop
1 house
do
do
do
do
do
I lot
Shop
1 house
do


IT is hereby notified that, at a sale by Public
Auction at the Treasury, St. George's, on the
ICth September, 1954, the undermentioned prc-
perties were sold for unpaid Land and House Tax
for the year 1953 and previous years.

Name of Owner, Property. Situation. Purelase


Est. of Isaac Bruno
by Norton 1 acre Woburn $ 1.30
Frederica Cadore ... 1 rood Grand
Mal .78
Mary Delves ... 1 acre Belmont 32.46
Joseph C. DuBisette 3 roods W/lands 1.62
Renwick Dowden 1 rood Mt. Moritz 78
Millicent Hartman do Fontenoy 1.20
Napoleon James ... 1 acre do 2.64
do .... 1a 2rd Grand <
19 pole: Mal
Bartholomew Joe
& Ors. 3 rd 10 p Belmont .78
Est. of Abraham )
Munro by 8 ac 2 rd Beaulieu 4.62
Nathaniel.)
George W. Otway 2 roods Grand
Mal .78
Matthew Pounder 1 acre Mt.
do Parnassus 3
2 ac 2rd M3t.
Maitland
Juliana Stewart ... 25 poles Belmont 1.20
Adolphus Thomas 1 acre Woburn .78

Unless the owner or any other person having an
interest in the properties sold pays into the
Treasury :-
(1) the amount due for taxes, fines, costs and
expenses, and
(2) ten per cent of the purchase price as com-
pensation to the purchaser, (provided
that in special cases the Governor may
reduce the amount so payable),
before the expiration of three months from the date
of sale, the properties sold shall at the end of the
stipulated period vest absolutely in the respective
purchasers.
G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.
The Treasury,
St. George's,
20th September, 1954.
,4

ADVERTISEMENT.
T ENDERS are invited for the erection of a new
SAuditorium for the Grenada Boys' Secondary
School on a site at Tanteen, St. George's.
Copies of the form of Tender, specifications and
plans can be obtained from the Public Works
Department on payment of a sum of $20.00;
which payment would be repayable only on the
receipt of a bona fide tender and on return of the
plans and documents.
Complete Forms of Tender should be enclosed in
a sealed envelope endorsed "G.B.S.S. Auditorium",
addressed to His Honour the Administrator and
.desnatched to reach Government Office' before
mid-day on Monday 25th October, 1954.
R. G. RAE.
Superintendent of Public Works.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 2, 1954.-(No. 55.)


POST OFFICE.

Air Mail Services.
EFFECTIVE Friday, October 1st, 1954, AIR MAILS will be closed at (A) General Post Office. an3
(B) Grenville Post Office respectively, as hereunder.

(Cancelling all previous schedules).
(A) AT GENERAL POST OFFICE, GRENADA.


Day. Clo

Unregistered
Mail.


sing Time.


Destinations.


Registered
Mail.


Tuesday. 11 a.m. 10 a.m.


Wednesday.

Wednesday.


10 a.m. 9 a.m.

3 p.m. 2 p.m.


Thursday. 3 p.m. 2 p.m.


Trinidad and Tobago; Great Britain; Europe; Asia; Australia;
Africa; Venezuela and South America; Cuba; British Guiana;
Bahamas; Bermuda, Canada; U.S.A., Jamaica; St. Vincent and
Dominica via St. Vincent.
Trinidad and Tobago; British Guiana; Jamaica; Aruba; Curacao;.
Great Britain; Europe; Asia; Australia. Africa;
Trinidad and Tobago, British Guiana, Bermuda, Jamaica, Aruba,
Curacac, U.S.A., Canada, Venezuela, South America.
Antigua; Barbados; St. Lucia; St. Kitts; Martinique Guadeloupe;


3 p.m. 2 p.m. Barbados, St. Vincent and Dominica via Barbados.


Saturday. 11 a.m. 10 a.m.


Tuesday.

Wednesday.

Thursday.
Friday.


Trinidad and Tobago; Great Britain; I.urope; Asia; Australia;
Africa; Venezuela and South America; Cuba, British Guiana:
British Honduras, Bahamas; Jamaica; U.S.A. Aruba; Curacao;
Antigua; Barbados; St. Lucia; St. Kitts, Martinique and Guadeloupe.


(B) AT GRENVILLE POST OFFICE, GRENADA.
2 p.m. 1.30 p.m. Trinidad.

1 p.m. 12.30 p.m. Trinidad.
3 p.m. 2 p.m. Trinidad.
2 p.m. 1.30 p.m. Barbados, St. Lucia.
3 p.m. 2 p.m. Barbados.


Saturday. 11 a.m. 10 a.m. Trinidad and Barbados.


General Post Office,
Grenada,
25th September, 1954.


F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.


Post early for Christmas.

T HE latest times for closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before Christmas Day are as.
_L follows:-


BY SURFACE MAIL


DESTINATION


Great Britain and Europe
British Guiana
U. S. A. & Canada
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
Other British West Indies
French West Indies
Netherland West Indies


November
December
November
December
December
December
December
December


29th
llth.
30th
1lth
14th
11th
7th
14th


November 27th
December 10th
November 29th
December 10th
December 13th
December 10th
December 6th
December 13th


AIR MAILS


December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December


11th
18th
14th
18th
18th
15th
15th
15th


If suitable.opportunies offer Supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched.


F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.


General Post Office,
11th September, 1954.


Friday.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 2, 1954.-(No. 55.)


British Council Scholarships 1955/56.,

1. The British Council offers four scholarships
-for the academic year commencing 1st October,
1955, to West Indians in the British West Indies.
2. These scholarships are normally awarded to
men and women holding University Degrees or
.having equivalent professional qualifications to
enable .them to carry out advanced study cr
research at Universities and other educational
institutions in the United Kingdom. Preference
will be given to candidates between 25 and 35
years of age.
3. Further information may be obtained from
the Secretary, Public Service Commission, Govern-
ment Office, to whom completed application forms
with all supporting documents' should be submitted
before 31st October, 1954.


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

N TICE is hereby given that a Session of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands ar.d
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at the Court House, in the
town of St. George, on Tuesday the 5th day of
October, 1954, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon, when
and where all concerned and bound over to
prosecute or to give evidence or summoned as
Jurors or Witnesses are required to give their
personal attendance, and all Officers who have
taken Inquisitions, Depositions, Examinations,
Recognizances or other papers cognizable by the
Court are required to return the same without
delay to this Office.
Dated this 16th day September, 1954.

GORDON RENWICK,
Acting Registrar, Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.I.


Antibiotic Compound Conquers dread
plant disease

M ARYSVILLE, COLIFORNIA-A spectacular
development in the world's struggle for
adequate food supplies has just been disclosed in
this fruit-growing center. In a 160-hectare com-
mercial pear orchard here, a mixture of the anti-
biotics Terramycin and streptomycin has scored
.an impressive victory against fire blight, one of the
most virulent of the bacterial plant diseases which
.annually exact a heavy toll from crops throughout
the world.
Announcement of the achievement was made by
John C. Dunegan, principal plant pathologist of the
U.S. Government Department of Agriculture. He
reported that the two antibiotics, combined in a
mixture called Agri-mycin, were sprayed on 300
pear trees. Another 300 trees in the same orchard
were sprayed only with water and among these,
.268 cases of fire blight developed. On the other
hand, only five cases of the disease were discovered


among the 300 trees treated with the antibiotics.
Fire blight so-called because of the lightning-charred
appearance it gives to affected trees-is estimated
to cause some $70 million worth of damage
annually to fruit trees in the United Stated alone.
The Agri-mycin combination is the product of
years of research by the discoverers of Terramycin,
scientists of Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., of New York,
world's largest producer of antibiotics. While
Terramycin and streptomycin have long proven
their value in saving countless human lives from
infectious disease, the orchard experiment here
marks their first large-scale commercial application
against a bacterial disease of plants.
Preliminary experiments also have shown Agri-
mycin to be affective in treating other agricultural
plagues, including those affecting tomatoes, beans,
potatoes, pepper and walnuts.
Results of the experiment here were seen as
encouraging wider application of the antibiotics in
agriculture, and the hope that similar cures will be
found for other bacterial plant diseases whose
ravages have hampered world food production.


Post of Crown Land Surveyor, Dominica.

A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment on con-
tract to the non-pensionable post of Crown Land
Surveyor in the Department of Agriculture and
Forestry, Dominica, for a period of three years in
the first instance.
Salary will be at a fixed rate in the scale
$2,400 x $120-$3,360 per annum depending on
qualifications. subsistence allowance will be pay-
able at current rates when working away from
assigned headquarters. Quarters are not provided.
Transport allowance will be paid at current rates
if the officer is required by Government to maintain
a means of transport.
A free passage to Dominica will be provided to
take up appointment and a free return passage will
be provided on satisfactory completion of contract.
Duties will-consists mainly of surveys demarcat-
ing Crown lands for reserves and for sale under a
land settlement scheme as well as the laying out of
contours under a soil conservation scheme. The
post requires an active, responsible person capable
of working on his own.
Applications with details of qualifications and
past experience accompanied by two recent testi-
monials should be addressed to the Administrator,
Government Office, Dominica, B.W.I. and should
reach him not later than 15th October, 1954.

Government Office,
Dominica, B.W.I.,
4th September, 1954.


Post of Crown Lands iOfficer, Dominica.
SPPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
on contract to the non-pensionable post of
Crown Lands Officer in the Department of Agri-
culture and Forestry, Dominica, for a period of
three years in the first instance.
Salary will be in the scale $3,360 x 120-$4,320.
Subsistence allowance will be payable at current


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 2, 1954.-(No. 55).


rates when working away from assigned head-
quarters. Quarters are not provided.
Transport allowance will be paid at current
rates. Free passages on appointment, including
normal incidental travelling expenses will be pro-
vided for the officer and bis family and return
passages on termination of the appointment (up to
a limit of five passages).
The holder of the post will be responsible to the
Siperiutendent of Agriculture. His duties will
consist mainly of registration of grants of Crown
Lands and investigation of applications for grants
and of squatters who have not applied for grants.
In addition he will act as agent of Government in
matters affecting the purchase, sale or rental of
Government lands.
Applicants should have had wide experience
in land usage, in settling people upon the land, in
rough surveying, invarious forms of tenure an in
land values.
Applications with details of qualifications and
past experience accompanied by two recent testi-
monials should be addressed to the Administrator,
Government Office, Dominica, B.W.I., and should
reach him not later than 15th October, 1954.
Government Office,
Dominica, B.W.I.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

Vacant post of Veterinary Officer, Department
of Agriculture, British Guiana.

PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment on contract
to a vacant post of Veterinary Officer in the
Department of Agticulture, British Guiana.
2. Applicants should be graduates of a recognized
Veterinary School or College, should have a sound
knowledge of animal husbandry and should be able
to carry out investigations into animal pests and
diseases as well as pasturage and nutrition studies.


3. The appointment is non-pensionable and the-
contract period will be tor three. or five years,.
according to the vishes of the officer selected.
4. The successful candidate would be.appointed
on the following term:-
(i) a fixed salary (including an element for cost-
of-living allowonce)'of $4,800 (1,000) per
annum. (These emoluments would not be
subject to review after the general revision
of salaries now being undertaken).
(ii) .a gratuity (payable, if desired, at the end of
each complete period of 6 months satis-
factory service, including approved leave)
equivalent to 22% of salary earned during
that period.
5. Traveling and subsistence allowances are-
payable in accordance with local regulations in.
respect of approved travel on duty.
6. Quarters are not provided.
7. Free passage to British Guiana. will be-
provided on first appointment for the officer, his
wife and children, not exceeding five persons in all.
Children to be under 18 years of age. The officer.
and his family will also be provided with similar
passages from the colony on the satisfactory
conclusion of his contract.
8. Free medical attendance and medicines are-
not provided, but reduced rates for in-patient
treatment in certain wards of any Government
Hospital in the Colony are allowed for the officer
only.
9. The officer will be required to perform in any
area of the colony to which he may be assigned,.
the work of a general veterinary practice in relation
to the control of infectious and contagious
diseases, and the treatment of sick animals. He-
would also be required to give assistance in
research and investigational work.
10. Applications should be addressed to the-
Chief Secretary, Chief Secretary's Office, Public
Buildings, Georgetown, British Guiana, and should
reach him not later than the 15th of October, 1954.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for.Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

G (ADES Advaijncer


Green 9 Cents

Dry ;13 do.

Cracked Grinders 7 do.

Dried Whole Mace 60 do.

: .. Dried Broken Mace 30 ,do.

Mace Pickings 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,
S-... Secretary.
Date fixed 20th September, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 2, 1954.-(No. 55)

TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1954.




Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A.-IMPORTS.


August, 1954. Jan.-August,
ARTICLE
Quantity Value Quantity


$
Beer, Ale and Stout (gals) .... 2,928 7.434 26,846 6
Briad, Biscuits and Cakes (lb)... 23.930 8,056 175,078 6
Butter and Butter Substitutes (lb)... 25,922 13,387 197,763 11
Fish (dried, salted, pickled,
sloked) (lb) ... 100,271 25,219 710,023 17
Flour and gr'in- -
Flour Whe:tten (b) ... 603,176 40,071 6,222,058 54
Cornmeal ... 7,408 649 58,177


Uats
Rice
Meat-Salt and Pickled
Smoked' or Cured
Milk, Condensed
Spirits and Wines
Sugar-refined (lb.)
unrefined


(lb) ...
(lh) ..
(ib) .
(guls) ...j


Tobacco-unmanufactured (Ib) ...
cigarettes ...
Iron and Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons)...
Wood and Timber Unmanufactured
lumber (ft) ...
Shingles
Apparel (value)...
BRes and Sacks (value)
Bootb, Shoes and Slippers (doz. prs,)
Carts, Carria-es. etc.-
Motor Cars (No.) ...
Other Commercial Vehicles (No) ..
Road Motor Parrs (vale) ...
Tyres antd I'uhes (value)...
Cemoent (tons) ...
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards)
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ..
Other (value)...
Electrical Supplies (vale) ...
Fertilisers and Mainares (tons) ...
Hardware (value)
Iron and Steel Manufactures (tons)
Machinery. Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons)
Air conditioning and refriger.,-
ting (tons)...
Conveying, hoisting, excavating,
road construction and mining
(tons) ...
Electrical (tons) ...
Engines not for vehicles (tons) ...
Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ...
Oils-Illuminating and burn-
iug gals) ...
Fuel (gals) ...
Motor spirit gals)
Painters' colours etc. (Ibs) ...
Soap (lbs)...
Paper (all kinds; (value) ...
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
(sq. vds.)...
Twine (lbs)...


,557
!,108
1,998
1,091
1,316
>.244
,197
754



,357
,000

...
.,035

9
5


86

90,062
36,025


73

72












20,878
14,685
48,243
16,162
38,522


154
348


2,011

7,316
2,882
8,.27
7,554
6,868
3,041
11,253
2,827


19,570
731
7,074

31,936

18,645
14,546
3,570
7,599
5,555

32,921
16,915

16,192
19 942
4,782
37,140












6,982
4,699
15.756
9,345
9,251
9,121

594
329-


161,334
1,686,300
141,526
19,323
549,920
20:652


2t
I2
7


56
11


71
22


i2,995
0,313
73,163
5,208



58,500
18,800


6,019

72
21


2,517

.1,451
18,575

...1


1,112

354


146,120
99,305
320,267
79,356
274,500


13,390
11,010


1954.

Value


$
9,382
1,479
3,587

9,054

5,048
5,641


12,392
185,398
64,419
18,353
70,171
76,043
28,676
22,162.
76,951
31,579,



174,137
2,492
73,852
31,898
176,531

135,346
59,733
45,826
76,285
113,381

273,691
135,251
1,246
86,'91.
159,104
34.064
179.079







878




45.096
19,512
97,343
37,659
63,187
41,255

32,121
11,273


2t


3
38
2
63
29
10


60
40


1


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 2, 1954.-(No. 55).


B.- DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


ARTICLE


Goa ts
PigsE
Sheen
Coc'oa (raw)
Fruit, r-d Nuts
Banan as
Coconnts
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Jui
pice -:-
Nutmegs
Mace
Osh er
Cottcrn Raw
Oc pra
Cli, essential-


(No.) ...
(No.) ...
(No.) ...
(2wts) ...
(fresh) and
(bunohes)...
(No.) ...

ce (raw) (gals) ...

(cwt) ...
(cwt) ..
fcwt) ...
(cwt) ...
(ewt) ...
Lime (b) ...
Nutmeg (b) ..


August

Quantity




93
10
172
1,095

9,195
11,600


2,590
426
6

383
875


;, 1954.

Value


$


744
400
1,720
132,593

32,463
468



100,343
58,279
320

5,742
4,350


Jan.-August, 1954.

Quantity VI v'e


$


522
89
732
42,441

40,575
A4~ rr


3,346
4,093
6,598
4,095,521

104,463


8',975 2,146

1,600 516

30,131 1,134,619
4,250 526,190
87 4,37.
1,037 66,16i
2,920 4P,843
4,970 32,094
1,080 4,926


G. H. ADAMS,
Colonial Ireasurer.
24th September, 1954.


































GRENADA,

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ST. GEORGE S.
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