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-VOL. 72.1 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1954. [No. 61.
THE tenders Board for the remainder of 1954
and the Calendar year 1955 will consist of
the following persons: -
The Colonial Tresnrer chairmann) ,
Tne Superintendent of Public Works or bis
One other Government Official to be co-opted,
Honourable A. N. Hughes, J. P.,
Honourable Ralph O. Williams.
21st October, 1954.
M.P. A 171/33.
M/ R. R. CECIL M. JACK, Agricultural Assistant
1l (Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme) with
effect.from 30th November, 1954.
30th October, 1954.
P. F. 562.
Tenders for the Conveyance of Mail, Passen-
gers and Cargo between Grenada and
SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo weekly by
auxiliary vessel of not less than 50 tons between
Grenada and Carrincou and which will include a
trip to Union Island once a fortnight and an
additional fortnightly trip and equipped with ade-
quate seating accommodation for passengers 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
I deck fcr the carriage of ice shipped to Ca'rriacou by
the Government's ice contractor, such ice to be
transported free of charge up to a maximum of 1I
3. The contract will be, for a period of three
months, from the 1st January to the 31st March,
1955, in the first instance with the possibility df'
its extension for a further period.
4. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board marked "Tenders for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo between Grenada
and Carriacou'", by 4.00 p.m. on Thursday, 18th
Government does not bind itself to accept the'
lowest or any tender.
GEO. F. HOSTEN.
Acting (Government Secretary.
28th October, 1954.
REMEMBRANCE 1)AY, 1954.
ARRANGEMENTS have been made as in
L previous years for the holding of special
Remembrance Day Services on Sunday, 7th Novem-
ber, in the the various Churches during which the
customary two minutes silence will be observed.
2. His Excellency the Governor (or his Dsputy)
will attend the service at the Anglican .Church at
1'.30 a.m. and will he represented at the other
3. Detachments of Police, Volunteer Con-
stabulary, Cadets, St. John's Ambulance Brigade,
Scorts and Guides will also attend at the respective
4. Mn roons will be fired from Fort George at
11.00 hours and 11.02 hours to mark the period of
30th October, 1954.
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 30, 1954.-(No. 61.)
Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st October, 1954.
Caribbean Currency Notes .
Government Currency Notes
British Caribbean Currency Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago (includ-
ing Montserrat) ... $24,177,394.00
Barbados ... 5,464,500.00
British Guiana ... 12,224,786.50
Grenada ... 1,934,100.00
St. Vincent ... 526,400.00
St. Lucia ... 862,000.00
Pominica ... 995,400.00
Antigua ... 1,423,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1,519,500.00
Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes: ...
Trinidad & Tobago
Note Circulation ...
British Guiana Govern-
ment Note Circulatioi
Total Government Note
British Caribbean Currency Board.
B:itish Caribbean Currency Board,
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
FISHIERMEN'S Co-operative and Credit Unions
have now. been formed and registered for
Grenville, Sauteurs, Victoria, Gouyave, Grand Roy,
and St. George's, and it is proposed that the sale
of fishing gear at minimum prices should be con-
ducted through these Unions: Fishermen desiring
to obtain gear should get in touch with one or
other of these Unions, which have been requested
to supply to Government a list of the articles
together with estimates of the quantities which
they will require, so that orders for this equipment
may be placed at an early date.
The officers of the Unions are as follows:
Levan St owo'
Milton St. Cyr
Joseph C. Andrew
D. A. Fleming
William L. Williams
Neville A. Saguaranti
St. Bernard Samuel.
Eli' St. John
ASTERS of Intercolonial sailing ships of
Grenada Registry are hereby warned that
they are expected to meet the cost of repatriating
any crew members who are not natives of Grenada.
Accordingly before signing on or employing crew
personnel who are not belonging to Grenada Mas-
ters should require such persons to enter into a
Bond with such surety or sureties as may be
deemed sufficient for the payment of passages back
to t.e Port from which they are recruited
A. L. DOPWELL.
Acting. Collector of Customs.
29th October, 1954.
Payment of Land and House Tax, 1954.
T is hereby notified for general information that
Tuesday, 36th November, 1954, is the last day
fixed for the payment without fine of Land acd
House Tax in respect of the year 1954.
SArrears are also payable by this date.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
S29th October, 1951..
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 30, 1954--(No. 61).
TOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned
iN p-rsons having become cefaultrs under the
Taxez \lManagement Ordinance Cap. 221 of the laws
in resp c of Land and Hou-e Tax for he yea'.
i953, and previous years the uronert es shown
c1po-ite their names will he offered for sale by
public Ahct:on ;it 1.30 p.m. on Friday, 26th Novem-
ber, 1954, -t the Hevenve Ollice, Sauteurs, for the
re~ove'y cf the Taxes doe thereon.
G. H. ADAMS,
-t--t./o;r n .)tl t
N T'me Si tiri tioi of
Tq'II .r tV
Bain, Angelina i
Florence Mt. 2 acres
Heimntage 1 icre
McineFeudue I rood
La Fortune 20 poles
Florence Mt. 2 Acres
d > 1 acre
River Sallee 2 roo:s
Bloomfield 3 roods 22 pls
Assistance 1 house
Levera 12 acres 24 p
Bloomfield 1 a 2r 10p
Mo-neFenrlue 2 roods
La Fortune 2 azres 3 roods
Mbrne Fendue 1 tood
Hermitage I house
La Fortune I icod
Mr. Rose 2 rood
Trle- lor 1 acre
La Fcrtune ho
Ba-ptiste- John Mt..Craven
Jonathan La Fortune
Leancra Mt. Craven
Patrick Belmont Mt
Ba;crlol;,:ew. Cardino Duquesne
Est. of }
B Ifon, Mary Jane Belvidere
Evelyn Mt. Craven
Everest La Taste
Benjamin, Joseph Madeys
Bernard, Geo. Joseph Belvidere
Billy, Queen Union Piters
Calliste, Angelina River Sallee
Etphrame La Taste
Mahal, Mlorne Fend
-Cannin-, James Chintimelle
Charle?, I li do
2 roods-8 pls
2 ro ds
3 acres 2 roods
on 3 roods
Levera 1 acre
Belmont Mt. I acre 2
Prospect I house
Mt. William 32 pole
do 13 poles
Mt. Ellington 2 roods
Ostatius Mt. William do
Rose Virginia Morne Fendue 3 acres
'Cornwall, Nathaniel La Taste 1 rood
Crowe, Louis Prospect 2 roods
Cox, Helaria Florence Mt. 1 acre
Charles, Peter Mt,,Alexander 1 acre 2
Daniel, Augustus Belmolnt
Mary La Mode
DeGile, Lyris Heimitage
E :mnund, Ethel do
Edwa d, .Ilne Mlorne Fen.ue
Edgar, .\lhian do
Ettienne, John S. Rii r Sallee
F'elix, Jine Mt. Craven
Fleary, i)onald T'icolor
Forte:'u, Elizabeth L'Elage
Jarmes La, Taste
Foy, Lvnda La Fortune
Franci-, Elias Tricolcr
Roy Mt. William
Francois,- Al'mina Hermitage
Anella La Taste
J):uclas Mr. Craven
Malive River Sallee
Franklyn, Mitchell' Mt. Craven
Free i k, Leria Mt. Rose Pt.
Fullerton, .ohanna Mr. Alexander
G orpe, Forrester River Sallee
Margaret Ann iTorne P.'endue
Theadora La T iste
Gilbert, Elkina La Fortune
Rose :1 t. Rroney
Glean, Jobn E. Mortie Fendue
Grar.t, Eliza River Sallee
George, Elsa Chanteiinelle
Henry, J seph La Fortuh:e
Herry, Hentietta La Taste
Holder Mary Herinitage
Hutchin.on. ChrTlotte dd:
Houstor, Ancilla Flbrence Mlt.
Huteherson, Jemina Peggyswhim
James, Alvance Mt. Oraven
Joseph, Ann Mate!de
a La Fortune
Mary for Levera'
Jules, Fra'ci.s River Sailee
Johnson, Susanna Hermita'ge
Julien, Antoriea Jane La Fortuine
John, Mary Hermitage
Langdon; Cecilia do
Lewis, Gecrte' Blincnt Mt..
Lockily. Retiana Tricolor
Snell Hall ,
Logan, Janette Suell jall
rods LydsayLeverAngelina Heritge
roods Lyndsay, Angelina Hermitage
1 r6o I
I acie I rood
I hi-e 2 ds 20 p
1 rood 10'P!s
1 acre 2 rcods
1 rood 20 pie
1 acre 2 roods
2 roods 8 pls
2 r ods 1 p
3 rco s
3 ra~ 1 pl.
1 r od
2 r.( ds
1 rd 20 pls
2 ras 25 pls
I acre 2 rds
2 rds 27' pls
3 rd; 11 pil
1 nere 1 rood
2 roods 32 pis
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 30, 1954.-(No. 61.)
1 a or
Tricolor 2 rooc
Mt. Craven do
& Duquest eJ
Mlo-re La Fortune
Vm. .. fa Taste
Marast, Alfred Florence Ml
Marr-ist, Alex:s Helmont Mt.
Maik, Lizzie La Taste
Martin, Matthew Staunton'Gro'
Matthew, Cecilia Morne Fendu
li chell, Joseph La Taste
Modeste, Teresa Hermilags
Mce, Mary La Fortune
Munrc, Th-ophilus do
Maitland, William Vt. Rodney
Nedd, Hubert Florence Mt.
Noel, Daniel : La Fortune
Iphil J. River Sillee
Mary La Fortune
Therasa Chan imelle
Nyack, Otis Hermitage
Paul, Angelina, Chantimelle
Maggie Mt. Rose
Mary Florence Mt.
Phillir, Besse La Fortune
J-.b Joseph Daquesne
John Mt. William
Josephine Snell Hall
Nellie Mt. Rose
Philbert, Celia- L i Mode
Philbert, Sandy V. La Mode
Philip, Lawson Duquesne
Po'lydore, Felicity La Taste
Prosper, Eliza La Fortune
Purcel, Errol Snell Hall
Quammie, Sylvannie River Sallee
Quitelle, Elizabeth Mt. Rose
Renie,. Maurice Levers
Richards, Mary Ann Mt. Rose
Seraphin Union P/son
Richardson, Gracy Morne 'endu
Robert, Beatrice Mt. William
Adelina, River Sallee
Isabella Mt Alexande
Robinson, Theadora La Fortune
Solim, Maud '. Mt. Rose
Sanderson, Popeson Belvidere
Scott, George L- Fortune
Sep' ember, Apn ao
Simeon, David Ludgate
Scafford, Leah Hermitage
Stephen, Bernadith La Taste
Stewjrt, Catherine Mt. William
I rd 12 p
es 2 rds
ve 2 acres
e 3 ro ds 8 pls
3 r ods
1 h 1 ac 2 rd
1 h la 3 r 10p
1 house 1 ac
1 acre 2 rods
1 acre 1 rood
1 acre 2 roods
1 acre 1 rocd
e 1 rood
ir 2 acres
. 2 rood4
1 ac 2 rd- 26p
lh 240 2r 35 p
11:1 i flt]1i.
At Fen ue
Florence M t.
1. hos1o & land
1 r od
3 acres 1 rood
Thompson, Anthony Snell H;ll &
La Mode 1 hr.use 2 acs
Gladys PlIisa.nce 2 acres
James Snell Hall etc. 5 ncs 1 rd 2pls
William LaMole & La
Fortune 1 acre 1 rood
Sampson La Mode 1 rood
Toussaint, Jine V. Florence Mt.
Belmcnt 2aci 1 rd 24p
Vincent, Elizabeih .River Sallee. 1 acre
Wallac-, G. H. C. do 20 poles
. es Illes .-
La Taste i
Hermi ag> &
Isle de Rhonde
1 acra-2 r.iods.
1 acre 2 roods.
1 acre 2 roois.
2 iec 2 roods
1 h 1 a 1 rood
1 rood 31 pis
Mlunro, Agnes La Taste 1 rood
Noel, Son Mt. Rose 2 acres 2 rds
Mcdeste, Isaac Peggyswhim 2 roods
Olive, Margaret Ann Bloomfield 5 acres
Philbert. Robb Peggvswhim 1 acre
Fred Snell Hall 1 acre
Mark do 2 roods 32 pis
Phillip, Elizabeth Belmont 2 acres 3 rds
Smart, Alice Hermitage 2 roods
Thomas, Beni. N. J. La Fortune 1 rood
Toussaint, hoy River Sallee 1 house
Grenada Boy's Secondary School.
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
1- Graduate Master, Grenada Boys' Secondary
2. The salary of the post is at the rate of $2,3041
rising by annual increments of $96 to $2,880 per
3. Applicants should state ability to teach some
of the following subjects:- Spanish, French,.
Geography and Mathematics.
4. The post if pensionable and the holder will be
subject to Colonial Regulations and local General
Orders in force.
(b) Schools or University at which educated:
and certificates or diploma obtained.
(c) Nature of present and past employment.
(d) Amount of monthly salary or wages earn;.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 30, 1954.--(N.. 61).
ed in the post in which applicant was last remain in the vicinity cf the Rifle Range, and all
employed, persons frequenting the area are HEREBY
(e) Past experience in work of the same cr a WARNED to keep clear of it, and owners of stock
similar kind to that required in. the post to remove their animals from it.
They will also be required to furnish copies of
,testimonials (which will not be returned to the
applicant) certified as true copies by a Justice of
the Peace or a Minister of Religion or Head of a
5. Applications must be in the candidate's own
handwriting and they will not be considered if they
do not contain the information required above.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, Government
Office, Grenada, to reach him not later than the
31st October, 1954
TERSONS whose names appear on the list of
Registered Midwives in the Colo'y desirous
of being considered for registration as Nurses under
the provisions of the Nurses Reeistration Or.inance
No. 30 of 1954 should apoly in writing to the
Secretary, General Nursing Council, Medical
Department, stating grounds for application.
Nurses fully trained at the Colony Hospital will
be considered for retrospective registration.
L. M. COMMISIONG,
Senior Medical Qfficer.
Rifle Range, Queen's Park, St. George's.
IT is hereby notified for general information that
the Rifle Range at Queen's Park, St. George's,
will be used for rifle firing practice on Tii ;a !.y,
21st October, 1954, and continuing daily from 7.00
a.m. to '2.30 p.m., until further notice.
2. When firing is in progress, and for one hour
beforehand, Red Flogs will be flown on either side
of the Butts on the I)'ARBEAU BILL. This signal
indicates that it is DANGEROUS- to approach or
J. B5. U. AUzoL'IN,
Superintendent of Police. ,
20th October, 1954.
Exchange Control: Bank of England Notes.
IHE following relaxation on the import of sterl-
ing notes into the United Kingdom has been
"From the 30th September, 1954, Bank of Eng-
land notes of 10 upwards and Bank of England
notes of .5.dated prior to the 2nd September, 1944,.
all of which have ceased to he legnl. tender (but
have remained payable on presentation at the Bank
of England) may be sent by post from any territory
to a banker in the United Kingdom for collection.
None of these notes has a metallic thread such as
appears in current 5 notes.
"Notes should be dispatched at the risk of the
owner to the usual banking correspondents in the
United Kingdom or of the owner's local bank.
Authorized tanks are being given authority to
credit the proceeds of nctes forwarded from outside
the Schedule Territories to the type of account.
appropriate to the country of the remitttr.
"The position of all other Bank of England notes.
remains unchanged. The prohibition on the import
of sterling notes 'other than the notes which are
sent under this relaxation and except notes carried
by travellers to the value of 10 per person) re-
mains in force."
2. The notes covered by these arrangements
should not be taken to the United. Kingdom by
23rd October, 1954.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 30, 1954.-(No. 61.)
Post early for Christmas.
,nHE latest times for closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before
I fnllows :,- *- :-- ...
Christmas Day are as
BY SURFACE MAIL AIR MAILS -
Letters & Prints Parcels Letters & Prints
Great Britain and Europe ... November 29th November 27th December 11th
British Guiana ... December llth December 10th December 18th
U. S. A. & Canada ... November 30th November 29th December 14th
Jamaica ... December 1 th December 10th December 18bh
Trinidad & Tobago ... December 14th December 13th December 18th
Other British West Indies ... December 11th December 10th December 15th
French West Indies ... December 7th December 6th December 15th
Netherland West Indies ... December 14th December 13th December 15th
If suitable opportunies offer Supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched.
F. R. PHI LIP,
General Pcst Office,
11th September, 1954.
Grenada Cooperative Nutmeg Association
TOTICE is given that Area Meetihgs of the above Association will be held on the following dates and
Places for the purpose of discussing the undermentioned Agenda and electing delegates to attend
the next General Meeting of the Association.
Area Date 1954 Place Time
St. Andrew's ... 1st November Anglican Church Hall 4.30 p.m.
St. John's ... do Grand Roy Government School 5.00 p.m.
St. Patrick's ... 2nd November Anglican School 5.00 p.m.
St. Mark's .. do do 7.00 p.m.
,t. David's ... 3rd November Thebaide R.C. School 5.00 p.m.
St. George's ... do Beaulieu R.C. School 6.00 p.m.
Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at the
Chamber of Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday, 18th November, 1954, at 2 p.m.
1. Minutes of the last General Meeting.
2. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
'3. Financial Statement for the year ended 30th June, 1954.
4. General Business.
F. C. HUGHES,
4th October, 1954.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 30, 1954.-(No. 61). 417
TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1954.
Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.
Beer, Ale in'd Stout (guls) ...
Ernad, Bisc1eits and Ca.es (lb) ...
Butter .and Buttor Substitutes (Ib)...
Fish (dried, salted. pickle.],
Flour and ornir--
, ib) ..
Meat--Salt and Pickled (lb) ...
Smoked or Curea (11) .
Milk, Condensed (I) ..
Spirits and Wines (gals) ...
Sugar-refined (lb.) .
Tobacco-unmanufactured (ib) ..
Iron '::rd Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ...
Wood and Timber Unmanufactur< d
lumber (ft) ...
v',,a Ind Sacks (value) ...
Roots, Shoes and Slippers (doz. prs.)
Carts, Carriages, etc.-
Motor Cars (No.) ...
Other Commercial Vehicles (No) ..
Road Motor Parts (value) ..
Tyres and Tubes (value) ...
Cement (tons) ...
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards)
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ...
Electrical Supplies (vaile) ...
Fertilizers and Manures (tons) ...
Iron and Steel Manufactures (tonis)
Machinery, Apparatus and
Air conditioning and refrigera-
Conveying, hoisting, excavatin,',
ciad construction :nd mining
Electrical (to:s) ...
Engines not for vehicles (tols) ...
Steam boiler and hoilerhniie
equipment (tons) ...
.Oils-Illuminating !;nd Thur,-
iig ,L'alt ) ...
Fuel (gas) ...
Alo'or spirit gals)
Painters' colours ec. (bs) ...
PapCor (all kinds) (value) ...
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
32 9 2
1 q. tell-r lQXA
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 30, 1954.-(No. 61)
September, 1954. Jan.-Sept., 1951.
Qu:ntity Value Quantity V;,l-e
Fruit aird Nuts (fI
utmieg (h) ..
A.- L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
25th October, 1954.
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:
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,
producers for a larger advance though this
Date fixed 18th October, 1954.
the Board has taken cognisance of a general request from
may result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
F. C. HUGfEfS,
PRIN'I'D BY 'ITE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE qOVKRNMENI PRINTING OFFf:E,