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Title: Government gazette
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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: October 9, 1954
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


bV. ish72 b SA A tborit.


VOL. 72.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1954. (No. 58.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 280.
HIS Excellency EDWARD BETHAM BEETHAM,
Esquire, C.M.G., C.V.O., O.B.E., Governor
and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands,
returned to the Colony yesterday.
9th October, 1954.

LEAVE.
No. 281.
THE Honourable G. H. ADAMS, C.B.E., Colonial
L Treasurer, has been granted leave with effect
from 11th October, 1954, prior to his departure
from the Colony and leave prior to retirement.
9th October, 1954.
P.F. 444.

ACTING APPOINTMENT.
No. 282.
BR. A. L. DOPWELL, Deputy Treasurer, has
S been appointed to act as Colonial Treasurer
with effect from 11th October, 1954, until further
notice.
9th October, 1954.
P.F. 377.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 283.
liEVEREND H. COOKE has been appointed as a
Marriage Officer in respect of the Congregation
of the Methodist Church in the Colony.
7th October,1954.;
M. P. 164.


No. 284.
. E. 0.. BARRETT has been appointed Senior
Agricultural Instructor with effect from 1st
October, 1954.
9th October, 1954.
P.F. 864.

RESIGNATION.
No. 285.
IT is hereby notified for general information that
INSPECTOR SEON has resigned from the
G. V. C. with effect from 1st October, 1954.
9th October, 1954,
M. P. 837 B.

No. 286.
N pursuance of the instructions therein con-
Stained, His Excellency the Governor directs.
the publication for general information of the
following:-
Letters Patent passed under the Great Seal of
the Realm amending the Letters Patent of
the 27th August, 1951, constituting the
Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief
of the Windward Islands.
Additional Instructions passed under the Royall
Sign Manual and Signet to the Governor
and Commander-in-Chief cf the Windward
Islands.
By Command,

GEO: F. HOSTEkN,
Acting Government Sedrettiry
Government Office,
9th October, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 9, 1954.-(No. 58.)


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICiES.


TREASURY.

OTICE is hereby given that the under-
1I mentioned persons having become defaulters
under the Town Administration Ordin-nce, Cap. 225
of the Laws in respect of the Town Rates for the
year 1954 iind previous yeais, 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 Uffice Gouyave, for the recovery of the
said Rate-.

G. H.A DAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.

1-th September, '19.54.
Description
Name Situation ot
Pro 'erty


Alexander, Wesley
Alexis, Josepnine
Julius by
Joseph .
Banfield, A Ion
Benjamin, Edroy
Gifford,
Bernard, Julia


C.tral 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 do
Bernadine, Gabrihl Up. Dep. St. do
Blackburn, Mary St. Benoit do
Charles, Mary Chapel Lane do
do New Street 1 lot
May Victoria Road o
do C/tril Dep. St tailor shop
Crichlcw, Henrietta School Line I house
Christopher, Beryl Edward St. do
Charle-, Doris Up. Dep. St do
Clara, Lionel Dominique -t do
Crowe, Francis Corneis Walk do
DeCoteau, Catherine C/tral Dep. St shop
Dharanghit, Adam Corne.ts Walk 1 house
Duprey, Cyril Ur. l)ep. St. do
Ethelbert Francis Ottleys Lane 1 lct
Ettienne, Mary Hrs. of
by B. Innis L.ngtoriiRoad do
Ferguson, Elvira by
M. Wade St. Peters St. 1 house
Frank, Theophilug Corntts Walk do
Franklin, Evdne by
George Up. Dep. St. do
Gay, Myra Hrs. of do 1 lot
George, Kichard Hrs of Dominic I house


Gibbs, Claiissa &
Curtis
George A.
do
Joseph
do
Grant, Harriet
do
Henry, Adriana
Hotchnson, G, W;
Henry, Virginia
Sylvia
Iqabella
'Jardine, Amelia
John, Linda
Josepb, Theodore


Edward SI.
C/tral Dep. St
Up. Dep. St.
Dominic St.


do
do
do
do
1 l -l.


tO I lOt
Victoria Road do
Edwawrd St. 1 house
Up. Dep. St. do
Q/tral Dep. St shop
Lr. Dei. St. 1 lot
Edwad St. 1 house
Dominic St. 1 lot
Up. DIp. St. do
Lr. D)ep, St. 1 house
Up. Dep. St. 1 lot


Nam'e


Joseph, May
Juerakhan, Angelina
do
Julien, Nathnniel by)
Fitz Gerald '
Collins
Lee, Dowlin
Lewii-, Evelyn
Jordan by


Agnes
Marian l
Masan, Alice
Mathlin, Joseph (
Mavis
McBarrnette, Peter
Peter
McIntyre Florance
Mokie, H, A.
McSweeu, JoLhn .]
Mendes, Annie ]
Mitchell, Rose
Morgan, Norbert
Nelsor, Gladys
Noel, Jamis
Shepherd
Tho,. Alexis hrs of
Phillip, Cyril
Pal .ei, Aithony
Paul, lelena
Peter, Francis
Linda
Cuthbert
John
Shemily
Roach, Alice
loinain, Althea
hobert., Leaiora
Salfarlie, .lane
Showe, Elizabeth
Simeon, Julia
Simor, Lona
Maud
Small, Daniel
Daniel
Snaig, Beatrice
St. John, GEorgiana
Sutton, Caroline
Stroude, Wilson
Sylvester, Wiseman
Thomas, Carri-s
Elizabeth
do
Edzei
Joseph
M arie
Milita
Turnbull, Alex. hrs of
by Wyomie
Welsh, Eleanora
John .:
Whitfield, G. Hrs of
Louisa
S do
:.. Ewart .,
William, Adonia .
Aloysius
Joseph
Wilson, George
Walker,'Mary


Sit.uatirn


Langton Road 1
C/tral Dep. St
do

St. Peters St.


De-;c iition
of
Pirnlnprtv


hcuse
rno
do

do


Up. Dep. St. do
Edwaid St. 1 house


Edward St.
Dominic St.
do
Central Dep.


do
River Road
do
D pfin ii"iSt..
Central Dep.
Riviter,-L~riie
L. l)p. St.
Cornets Walk
Central Dep.
Up. Dp. St.
River Lirie
Up. Dp. St.
(do
Lr. 1 p. St.
Do rinic St.
River Road
Un. Dep. St.
C/tral i p. St.
Edward St.
Lr. Dep. St.
River Lane
C/tral Dp. St.
Langton Rd.
RIver Lane
Lr. Dep. St.
Edward St.
C/tral )p. -St.
Hillsview
Up. Dep. St.
Hillsview
Up. Dep. St.
do
Dominic St.
C/tral Dp. St.
Ottleys Lane
Up. Der. St.
do
do
(10
do
do
do
do
Sdo


I house
do
do
do
Shop
1 house
1 lot
I house
do
do
do
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
1 lot
Shop
1 house
CO
do .
Room


C/tlal Dp. St. 1 house
New Street do
Up. Dep. St. do
do 1 lot .
Central Up. 1 house
do .1 lot
Dominic St.. 1 Rosm
Langion Ro0. 1 lot -
Dominic St. I house
LangtonhRd'. 1I lot
C/trl l)p. St. I. house,
Up. Dtp. St. do


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 9, 1954.-(No. 58).


IT is hereby notified that, at a sale by Public
Auction at the Treasury, St. George's, on the
16th September, 1954, the undermentioned prc-
perties were sold for unpaid Land and House Tax
for the year 1.953 and previous years.


Name of Owner, iProptrcr. Situation.


Est. of Isaac Bruno
by Norton
Frederi'a. Cadore...

Mary Delves ...
Joseph C. DuBi-iette
Renwick Dowden
M illicent Hartman
Napoleon James ...
do ...

Bartholomew Joe
& Ors. '
Est. of Abraham
Munro by j
Nathaniel
-George W. Otway

Matthew Pounder
do


Juliana Stewart ...
Adolphus Thomas


1 acre
1 rood

1 acre
q A .\r


SWoburn
Grand
Mal
Belmont
Wi //lanrl .


1 rood Mt. Morit
do Fontenoy
1 acre do
1 a 2rd Grand
19 pole i Mal

3 rd 10 pi Belmont

8 ac 2 rdl Beaulieu

2 roods Grand
Mal
1 r- Mt


2 ac 2rd

25 poles
1 acre


Parnassus
Mt.
Maitland
Belmont
Woburn


Puinuhase
Price.


$ 1.30

.78
2.46
1.62
78
1.20
2.64


.78

4.62


S3.36

1.20
.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 vist absolutely in the respective
purchasers.

G, H. ADAMS,
Colonial Treasurer.
'The Treasury,
St. George's,
20th :eptember, 1954.




ADVERTISEMENT.

]T ENDERS are invited for the erection of a new
Auditorium 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
despatched to reach Government Office before
mid-day on Monday 25th October, 1954.

R. G. RAE.
Superintendent of Public Works.


GOVERNMENT


NOTICE.


.


389


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

4PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
A 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 for three or five years,
according to the vishes of the officer selected.
4. The successful candidate would be appointed
Son the following term :-
(i) a fixed salary (including an element for cost-
of-living allowonce) of $4,800 (1,C00) 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. Travelling 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.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 9, 1954.-(No. 58.)


NOTICE.

Registration of Claims to property in
Hungary, Roumania, & Bulgaria.

The Foreign Compensation (Hungary)
(Registration) Order, 1954 (S.1. 1954 No. 219)
The Foreign Compensation (Roumania)
(Registration) Order, 1954 (S.1. 1954 No. 221)
The Foreign Compensation (Bulgaria)
(Registration) Order, j954 (S.1. 1954 No. 220).


T is hereby notified for the information of those
concerned that Her Majesty's Government in
the United Kingdom, contemplate entering into an
agreement with the Government of the Hungarian,
Roumananian, Bulgarian People's Republic to
provide for the payment of compensation by the
said Governments to claimants qualified under the
above orders in respect of losses suffered in concec-
tion with British property in Hungary, Roumania
and Bulgaria.


By orders-in-Council Nos. 219, 221 and 220 of
1954, at the Court of Saint James made i t March,.
1954, under Section 3 of the Foreign Compensation
Act, 1950, provision is made for the registration
of claims arising out of the nationalisation or
expropriation of British property or interests in
property in the abovementioned countries with the
Foreign Compensation Commission in the United
Kingdom.
Applicants should write to the Secretary, Foreign
Compensation Commission, 1, Princes Gate,
London, S.W. 7, giving their names and addresses
and stating under which Order in Council they
wish to apply for registration.
Copies of these orders may be seen at the:
Government Office, St. George's.
Dated this 18th day of September, 1954.

(Sgd.) GORDON RENWICK,
Acting Custodian of Enemy Property,

Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.I.


OPENING OF THE NEW LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.



IT is hereby announced for general information that the new Legislative Council
will be opened by His Excellency the Governor at York House on Wednesday,.
13th October, 1954, and that the public is cordially invited to attend. Owing to the
very limited accommodation in the Council Chamber special invitations to a large,
number of persons (e.g., members of public bodies) who would otherwise have been
invited, could not be issued. There will, however, be a certain number of seats
available for members of the public who have not received special invitations. Persons
desirious of availing themselves of this limited seating accommodation should
endeavour to arrive at York House not later than 9.30 a.m. on 13th October
Arrangements are also being made for broadcast of His Excellency's opening
address and of the replies by Honourable Members through loudspeakers one of which
will be stationed outside York House for the benefit of persons who could not be.
accommodated within the building.

Government Office,
5th October, 1954.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 9, 1954.-(No. 58).


391


POST OFFICE.

Post early for Christmas.

THE latest times for closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before Christmas Day are as
follows -

BY SURFACE MAIL AIR MAILS
DESTINATION _
Letters & Prints Parcels Letters & Prints

Great Britain and Europe ... November 29th November 27th December 11th
British Guiana ... December l1th December 10th December 18th
U. & A. & Canada ... November 30th November 29th December 14th
Jamaica ... December 11th December 10th December 18th
Trinidad & Tobago ... December 14th December 13th December 18th
Other British West Indies ... December ;Ith December 10th December 15th
French West Indies ... December 7th December 6th December 15th
Netheriand West Indies ... December 14th December 13th December 15th

If suitable opportunies offer Supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched.
F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
11th September, 1954.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

( RADES Advancea


Green 9 Cents

Dry 13 do.

Cracked Grinders 7 do.

Dried Whole Mace 69 0o.

Dried Broken Mace 30 co.

Mace Pickings 10 (o,

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.
Date fixed 20th September, 19.54.


GRENADA.


PRTN'PED BY THE (iOVERNMENT PRINTER AT TBHI GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST. GEORGE S.
1954.












WINDWARD ISLANDS.


WINDWARD ISLANDS LETTERS PATENT, 1954.

LETTERS PATENT passed under the Great Seal of the Realm amending
the Letters Patent of the 27th August, 1951, constituting the Office of
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands.


Dated: 10th September, 1954.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland and of Our other Realms and Territories
Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.
To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting !
W HEREAS by the Windward Islands Letters Patent, 1951, (hereinafter referred
to as the Principal Letters Patent") provision is made constituting the
Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Windward Islands,
comprising the Colonies of Grenada, Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia and Dominica, and
the respective Dependencies thereof, and for the Government thereof:
And Whereas We are minded to amend the Principal Letters Patent in the
manner following:
Now KNOW YE that We do declare Our Will and pleasure as follows:-

1. These Our Letters may be cited as the Windward Islands Letters Patent,
1954, and shall he construed as one with the Principal Letters Patent; and the
Principal Letters Patent and these Letters may b3 cited together as the Windward
Islands Letters tIatent, 1951 to 1954.

2. Article 7 of the Principal Letters Patent is hereby amended by the deletion
in paragraph (2) of the words appointed in accordance with paragraph (1) of this
Article and the substitution therefore of the words substantively appointed to the
Office of Administrator".

3. The Principal Letters Patent are hereby amended by the insertion, after
Article 7 thereof, of the following new Article :-
*' Ooncurrent 7A.-(1) When a holder of the Office of Governor or Administrator
perti'nt o ces or of any office constituted under Article 11 of these Letters Patent
is on leave of absence pending relinquishment of his office, it shall
be lawful for another person to be appointed substantively to the
same office.
(2) When two or more persons are holding the same office by
reason of an appointment made pursuant to paragraph (1) of this
Article then, for the purpose of tne exercise of any functions
conferred upon the holder of that office and, in the case of the Office
of Governor and the Office of Administrator, for the purposes of the
provisions of Article 8 of these' Letters Patent, the person last
appointed to the Office shall be deemed to be the sole holder of the
office."

4. Article 8 of the Principal Letters Patent is hereby amended by the deletion
of the semicolon and the word or" at the end of subparagraph (c) of paragraph (1)
and the substitution therefore of a fullstop, and by the deletion of subparagraph (d)
of paragraph (1)..

5, We do hereby reserve to Ourself full power to revoke or amend these Our
Letters.
In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent.
Witness Ourself at Westminister the tenth day of September, in the
third year of Our Reign.

By Warrant utder the Queen's Sign Manual.
Caldstream.


Short title and,
constucti n,



Amendment of
Article 7 of
Principal Letteras
Patent.

Insertion of
new Articl 7A
in Principal
Letters Patent.













Amendment of
Article 8 of
Principal Letters
Patent.


Reservation of
power to revoke
or amend these
Letters.




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