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VOL. 72.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1954. [No. 64.
R. J. V. REDHEAD, J.P., to be Chairman of
ill the St. Patrick's District Board for the
period 1st October, 1954, to 30th September, 1957.
9th November, 1954.
M.P. 338 D.
THE following document is circulated with and
forms part of this Gazette :-
S. R. & O. No. 59.-Carriacou Land Settlement
and Development Proclamation, 1954.
13th November, 1954.
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 Carriacou 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
deck for the carriage of ice shipped to Carriacou by
the Government's ice cofitractor, such ice to be
transported free of charge up to a maximum of 1
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 of
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.
United Nations Fellowships and Scholarships
in Social Welfare, Economic Develop-
ment and Public Administration.
STNITED Nations Fellowships and Scholarships.
S are made available to United Kingdom
territories for training and study abroad in
Economic Development, Public Administration and
Fellowships are awarded to enable eligible
Governments to send suitable qualified senior
personnel to countries where appropriate facilities
exist for observation, higher training or advanced
study of a kind which would advance the Govern-
ment's programme for-economic development on
the return to the area of the fellowship holder.
Fellowships are open to candidates with at least,
five years professional or technical experience in
fields of economic development, public admin-
istration and to qualified Social Welfare Officials.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1954.-(No. 64.)
Fellowships are normally granted for a period of
three to six months and in any event will not
exceed twelve months in duration.
Scholarships are awarded to enable eligible
Governments to send their most promising junior
technical personnel or members of their Civil
Service to study abroad in technical training
institutes or other institutes of higher training
which can provide appropriate training in those
fields of development in the Scholars own country.
These scholarships are open to junior technicians
(men and women) in economic developments
and public administration, and candidates with
.experience in social welfare cr related fields.
Scholorships will normally be granted for one
year and in any event will not exceed two years in
Applications for fellowships and scholarships are
invited for the year 1955, and all applications
should be addressed to the Secretary, Public Service
commission Government Office, to reach him not
later than 30th November, 1954.
Further information may be obtained from the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, Government
2nd November, 1954.
Government of Grenada :-Appointment
of Harbour Master.
SPPLICATIONS are invited for, the post of
Harbour Master. The scale attached to the
post is $2,880 per annum rising by annual incre-
ments of $120 to $3,840 per annum. The officer
appointed will receive such salary within the
approved scale as his experience and qualifications
justify. He will be appointed either on contract
or probation, the decision depending on his age and
qualifications. An officer appointed on probation
will be required to serye a probationary period of
two years before he can be considered for permanent
and pensionable status. A contract of employment
will be for a period of three years. In either case
the officer selected will be subject to the Colonial
Regulations and General Orders in force from time
to time. A medical certificate of fitness will be
required. Government does not provide free
quarters but quarters may be provided, if available,
at a rental of 5%/o of their capital value or 10% of
the officer's total emoluments, whichever is .the
less. The appointment does not carry a motor
transport allowance. A commuted overtime fee at
the rate of $240 per annum is payable.
2. The Harbour Master will be in control of all
shipping operations in St. George's harbour, and
will direct the manner and times of berthing and
departure of vessels and the allocation cf berths.
He will be responsible for the orderly stowage,
safe custody and removal of cargo on and from the
wharves; for the exercise of discipline over all
Government officers, including Customs officers,
while they are employed on the wharves in St.
George's harbour; for the inspection and surveying
of all intercolonial vessels and coastwise traders.
He will be the senior member of the Board of
Examiners for the issue of certificates of competency
to masters and matei under the Shipping Ordi-
nance; a Surveyor under the Merchant Shipping
Act, 1894 and the Shipping Master and Registrar
of Shipping, He will ensure the prcpe? eare and
maintenance of all harbour buoys, marks, beacons,
lighthouses, piers, jetties, wharves, launches, boats,
etc. in Grenada and Carriacou. Applications from
candidates with a knowledge of Customs methods
and procedure will be given special consideration.
3. Applications must be in the applicants own
hand writing and they will be required to give the
2. School or University at which educated and
Certificates or Diplomas obtained.
3. Nature of present and past employment with
4. Amount of monthly salary or wages earned in
the post in which applicant was last em-
5. Past experience in work of th," same or
similar kind to that required in the post
6. Copies of testimonials (which will not be re-
turned to the applicant) certified as true
copies by a Justice of the Peace, or a
Minister of Religion or Head of a Depart-
Applications which do not contain the required
information will not be considered.
4. Applications, accompanied by two references,
must reach the Secretary, Public Service Commis-
Ssion, Government Office by 30th November, 1954.
8th November, 1954.
The British council and Visitors to
1. The British Council offer scholarships for
advanced study in Britain. These scholarships
cover fares, accommodation and tuition, and are
(usually) for one school year-October to July.
They are available in all subjects to study; applica-
tions should be made to the Representative in
2. Short-term bursaries (from 3 week to 6
months) are also available, but very rarely includes
fares; they are generally awarded to technicians
rather than to professionals. Applications can be
made at any time.
3. A very wide variety of short Courses, chiefly
in Science, Medicine, Agriculture, Engineering,
Sociology, History, Literature and the Arts, is
organised by the Council. These Courses are
mainly planned to take place during college vaca-
tion periods though they run from March to
September. There is a fee for tuition and
4. The British Council is also equipped to
arrange programme cf visits to institutes and
individuals, whereby a visitor may in a minimum
of time, study any aspect of British life. In special
cases limited financial help in such study can be
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1954.-(No. 64).
5. Information on the above will be supplied to
individual enquirers by
The British Council,
It is most important that any visitor to Britain
who contemplates using any of the services of the
British Council should write to the Representative
at least 3 months before leaving for England.
6. The Council Representative may, incidentally,
also be able to offer limited help to schools,
colleges, youth associations, dramatic groups,
social centres, music clubs, etc., in supplying films,
books and pamphlets, plays, study boxes, sheet
music, records, etc.
The Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period, 1st Jannary to 30th June, 1955.
Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Regulations, 1938.
OJWNERS c.f Public Service Vehicles (including.
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-yearly inspection of these vehicles will com-
mence as follows:-
Grenville Police Station.
Thursday 2nd., Thursday 9th, Thursday 1Sth
and Thursday 30th December, 1954 from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sauteurs Police Station.
Friday 3rd, Friday 10th and Friday
December, 1954, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Victoria Police Station.
Wednesday 8th December, 1954, from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. and Wedneslay 15th December
1954 hrom 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Gouyave Police Station.
Monday 6th December, 1954 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m., Wednesday 15th December, 1954, from 1
p.m. to 3 p.m. and Monday 20th December,
1954, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
St. George's Traffic Branch.
New Fire Station.
Wednesday 1st, Tuesday 7th, Tuesday 14th,
Tuesday 21st, Tuesday 28thi and Friday 31st
December, 1954, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Carriacou Police Station.
Monday 10th to Friday 14th January, 1955
from 9 a.m. to 3. p.m.
Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay in-
spection fees from now onwards at their respective
District Revenue Offices and then approach the
Inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffic Branch,
New Fire Station, Carenage, in advance with a
view to effecting any alterations that may be
necessary to comply with the provisions of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1938,
and of the Regulations made thereunder.
Vahicleo muno bg preeanted in a Sihoroughiy
ciean condition, and must have been recently cver-
hauled. The body and wings, axle, chassis, frame,
steering arms, springs, trackrods, brake connections,
shackles, bolts, nuts, split pins, engine, engine
shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto or coil,
air filter, carburettor and all working parts must
be cleaned in order to admit of proper examination.
Dust covers, if used, must be removed before, pre-
sentation in order to admit of an examination
being made in full. All split pins, etc., must be
clearly exposed, also chassis and engine numbers.
Drivers' seats must be securly fastened so that the
driver can have proper control over the vehicle.
Spot lights, musical horns and whistles are strictly
prohibited. Each vehicle must have its tare and
maximum gross weight painted in white figures not
less than 2i inches in height upon a black ground
in a conspicuous place cn the right or offside of
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the Regula-
tions No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a condition as
to render each letter or figure readily distinguish-
able. The attention of owners of itotor Omnibuses
and Goods Vehicles is specially directed to Regulu-
tion 23 (II) (a) regarding the position of front
lamps. Spot lights will not be allowed except with
the written approval of the Licensing Authority.
The attention of the owners of Hiring Cars and
Motor Omnibuses is directed to the Motor Vehicles
and Roazd Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, No. 6
of 1914, as amended by the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) Regulations,
No. 70 of 1946 which require that printed copies
of the Tariffs of Maximum Fares be displayed in
such Vehicles. These are now available and may
be purchased at the Treasury, St. George's, and at
any District Revenue Office, at 4 cents per copy.
Vehicles which have been found by the Inspector
to have defects must not be used on the roads
until they have been issued with a Certificate,
certifying that the vehicles may be duly licensed.
(Sgd). G. H. ADAMS,
6th November, 1954.
Payment of Land and House Tax, 1S54.
T is hereby notified for general information that
Tuesday, 3ti7t Novmcern 1954, is the ,last day
fixed for the payment without fine of Laud acd
House Tax in respect of the year 1954.
Arrears are also payable by this date.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acti:jy Colonial Treasurer.
29th October, 1951.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1954.--(No. 64.)
XTOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned
persons having become defaulters under the
Water S.:pply Ordinance Cap. 240 of the laws in
respect of Water Rates frr the year 1953, and
previous years, the properties shown opposite their
names will be offered for sale by public Auction at
1.30 p.m. on Friday, 3rd December, 1954, at the
Revenue Office, Victoria, for the recovery of the
Rates due thereon.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.
3rd November, 1954.
Name Situation of
Alexander, Hrs of Alice Field Street 1 house
Gertrude Henry Street 1 lot
Alexander, Hrs. of ) d do
Alexi, Saville A. Duquesna 1 house
Baptiste, Michael St. John Wood do
Behsrry, Joseph Diegopiece do
Belfon, Willie Duquesne do
Benjamin, P. M. Queen Street 1 lot
Bhola, Gerald Diegopiece 1 house
Cato, Nellie Union do
Charles, lMaxie Duquesne do
Nathaniel Industry do
David, Elton & Ors. Queen Street do
Francis, Georgiana H/don Smith St do
Frederick, Felicia Jubilee Street do
George, Oscar Union do
Gordon, Annie Diegopiece do
Hamilton, Aron Coast Guard do
Hosten, Egetton Diamond St. do
Elizabeth Queen Street 1 lot
Gracie do 1 house
Salomie St. David St. do
Joseph Diegopiece do
Japal, Clifford do do
James (Junior) do 2 houses
John, Rosella Churchill Rd. do
Joseph, Ella Diamond St. do
Eugenia CruickshankRd do
Julien, Theophilus Duquesne do
Lalsie, Prince Diegopiece do
Lewis, Joseph Industry do
Mandley, Alfred Union do
Marcelle, Anna, Duquesne do
Marshall, Agnes .do do
Me. Ewen, Cyril Diegopiece o
Outram, Una H/don Smith St. 1 lot
Perkins. Est. Frank B. Duqnesne 1 house
Peter, Thomas Diegopiece o0
Richard, Samuel Industry do
Saunders, Hrs. of
Azilia by Jubilee Street do
Beatrice Coast Guard do
Sylvester, Metrina The Villa, do
Traile, Sylvester St. John St. 1 lot
Welsh, Christiana Munro Streat 1 house
Young, Evelyn Duquesne do
Williams, Clunis Diamond St. 1 house
Tenders for Sale of ice.
SBEALED Tenders are invited for thi contract
Sfor the sale of ice in Grenada on the following
terms and conditions:-
(i) Purchase price ex-factory--75 cents per
block of not less than 105 lbs.
(ii) Retail price-1 cent per lb. in St. George's
town; elsewhere at 3 cents for each 2 lbs.
or part thereof,
(iii) The contractor may be required to main-
tain up to four depots in the town of St.
George's at least three of which must be
established immediately at the Carenage,
the Market Square area, and Montserrat.
In addition the contractor will be required
to provide immediately at least one other
depot in each of the remaining parishes.
(iv) The contract is awarded for a period of three
years with effect from 1st January, 1955,
subject to review of wholesale and retail
prices at the end of each year. If these
prices are not mutually acceptable at the
end of each year the contract will be subject
to the Governor's final decision.
(v) The contractor will be required to sign a
bond with the Colonial Treasurer in the sum
of $3,500, and the contract will not be
binding until it is executed.
(vi) Tenders should be submitted to the Chair-
man, Tenders Board, marked 'Tender for
sale of Ice in Grenada" by 22nd November,
2nd November, 1954.
M. P. 71 A
In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.
Suit No. 188 of 1953.
CLIFFORD LIONEL JULIEN
AND OTHERS Defendants
BY ORDER dated the 19th day of 'June, 1954,
there will be offered for sale at this office
on Friday, 26th November, 1954, at noon, All that
lot of land containing Sixteen Hundred Square
Feet with buildings thereon situate at Grenville,
St. Andrew's, Grenada and bounded as described in
plan marked "J" annexed to an Indenture dated
the Fourth October, 1951 between Charles Louis
de Gale and others and the Defendant Julien and
recorded P7X page 92.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale a copy of which can be seen at this office and
to the reduced reserve price of $5,103.00.
C. L. SCIPIO,
Acting Deputy Registrar.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1954.-(No. 64).
30th October, 1954.
TIHE following memorandum on the subject of Cost-of-Living Index Figures, in so far as the working
. class families are concerned, is published for general information.
JOHN R. DABREO.
Acting Labour Oficer.
COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1954.
The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the en'! of October, 1954, was 291, and the
following table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each month as compared with
the basic year (August, 1939) taken as 100:-
206 2 j
Statistics for October, 1954.
All items ...
Food only ...
Food: The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into accounI ini the food grcup
was the same as at 30th September, 1954, and 206% higher than at 1939.
Rent: There has been no change recorded in the general level of the working-class rents.
Fuel and Cleaning: There was no change in the figure for this class during the period under
review. The increase of 163% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 30th 8ptember, 1954,
SClothing: Information collected front retailers indicated ihat at 31st October, 1954, the
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the working-class families
was the same as at 30th September, 1954, and 187% higher than at 1939.
All Others : There was no change in the prices of the articles under this group. The increase
of 87% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure fot 30th September, 1954, remained unchanged.
All Items: If the average changes in the cost of all the foregoing items are combined in accord,
ance with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, the resultant general
average increase at 31st October, 1954, was the same as at:30th.Septetmber, 1954, and 191% higher than
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 13, 1954.-(No. 64).
Grenada Cooperative Nutmeg Association
NOTICE is given that Area Meetings 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.
St. 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 Asscciation to be held at the
Chamber of Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday, 18th November, 1954, at 2p.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.
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:
Dried Whole Mace
Dried Broken Mace
In increasing the advances as above, the
producers for a larger advance though this riay
Date fixed 8th November, 19654.
Bor has tae cgisac fagnra eusrm
Board has taken cognisance of a general request from
result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
F. C. HUGHES,
PRNq'i. |BY. I I11'e .GCiVE1NMENT PRiNTElt AT' TfiE 'i'. ', -;; i~iENT PIEN'TiLNG OI'F[;;E,
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