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Publication Date: January 8, 1955
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


VOnbii. ic bS, Snthorit, U


VorL. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1955. [No. 3.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 3.
Her Majesty The Queen's Birthday,
V7ITI-I reference to Government Notice No.
S 168 of 2nd July, 1954, it is notified for
general information tnat Her Majesty the QUEEN
lias been graciously pleased to approve the proposal
that the official celebration of Her Majesty's
Ilirthday in 1955, should be observed in the Wind-
ward Islands, on the .70th of J. unr, instead of the
9th, as previously announced, in view of the fact
that the latter date coincides with the celebration
of the Feast of Corpus Christi.
4th January, 1955.
M.P. 305 B.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 4.
Tourist Trade Development Board.
STNDER the provisicus oi Section 8 of the Tourist
L Trade Development Board Ordinance, 1947--
No. of 1947-the Administrator has appointed
the following personnel to the Tourist Trade
Development Board for a period of one year, with
effect from 1st December, l954 :-
The Hon. A. N. Hughes, J.P., (Chairmani),
E. M. Gairy, Elected Mem-
,, O. Williams, J.P,. bers of Legis-
Slative Council,
.. K G. L. Munro, J.P., Representing
Mr. Keith Wells, Steamship
,, B. N. Davis, J Agents.
., Dudley Slinger,
,, L. C. Stevenson,
.C. McIntyre,
Mrs. N. H. Buxo.
4th January, 1955:.
M.P. 498 D I.


No. 5.
rUlJ,' following List of JUSTICES OF THE
1 J'lE\CIE appointed under the provisions of
Sections S and 9 of the Magistrates Ordinance,
1936, is published for general information:-
E.r- ... -The Magistrates
Lt. Col. J. B. G. Austin, (Police Officer)

St. George's


Bain, [ri
Cornissioug, O.B.E.,
T. B.
Fletcher, M.B.E., J. W.
Gentle, O.B.E., G.
H ughes, Capt. E. Earle,
luglhes, Hon. A. N.
Mitchell, O.B.E.
Dr. W. S.
Munro, lion. G. L.


Paterson, Norbert
Paterson. Dr. W. G.
Rollins, A. L.
(Police Officer)
Steele, W. M.
Stewart, O.B.E., Lt.
Col. K.I.D.
Sylvester. Mrs. Eva
Williamson, O.B.E., A.
Wilson, J. W.


St. John's
Augustine, C. J. Ileming, Hon, O.B.E., J. F.
Alleyne, C. R. Me Intyre, Donald
(Rev. Officer) Me Kie, H. A.
Campbell, Joseph Pitt, R. J. L.

St. Mark's.
Bonaparte, F. N. Moore, R. C. P.

St. Patrick's
Clherman, F. (Rev. Duncan, Walter L.
Officer) Fullerton, J. E.
Copland, W. Eric Noel, K. A.
De Gale, F. C. Redhead, J. V.
De Gale, Wells Wildman, Thomas
Williams, Hon. R. 0

St. Andrew's


Campbell, A. R. (Rev.
Officer)
Gibbs, Hon. T. J.
Lewis, Daniel


Link, T. M.
Mark, M. Z.
Murray, Theophilus
Noel, F. Carlyle


Penny, Jerome


3 2- z-AI














~r 7 ,r *~-;. S.-


Clyne, J. Al.
;lypolite, Cyril

Cox, S. N.
Jacobs, S. C.


'I TION
Jamep, Greaves Beseford No| 7.
.. L. A. JAPuAL, Class IT Clerk, Trensiry and
i. co 1. Cnstoms Departnment has been promiitedi to
Class I Clerk, Audit Departinent, on six miontih
Noel, . probation, with effect f:-om 1st January, 1955.


1PiteriSOn, Ei. bi.


Sth January, 1955.
A 97 I 1935.

No. 6.
T IHIE following List of OFFICE AL ATTE`TORS,
S appointed under the provisions of Section 3 of
the protection of Illiterate Pe' sons Ordinance (Cap.
178), is published for general information:-
Ex-nti'cio-The Registrar, Supreme Court,
The Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court,
The Magistrates.

St. Georfe'.s
F. J. Archibald, Esq., Hon. A. N. Hughes, Esq.,
(. G. Augier, Esq., 'incent Minors, Esq.
0. 31. Bain, Esq., Hon. G. L. Munro, Esq.,
C. E. Benjamin, Esq., Herbert Neckles, Esq.,
J.. .. Branch, Esq., Dr. G. W. Paterson,
F. A. Cobb, Esq., A. O. Payne, Esq.,
C. W. Coard, Esq., ';. W. Rapier, Esq.,
D. 31. B. Cromwell, Esq Aiss Pn.nsy Rowley,
Hion. J. F. Fleming, Esq.. L. C. Stevenson, Esq.,
O.B.E.
F. I1. Henry, Esq.. W. M. Steel,, Esq.,
H. A. B. Hosten, Esq., Keith Wells, Esq.,
St. John's


L. A. Japal, Esq.,
Cannon A. C. Johnson,
F. J. Louisan, Esq.
D. Me Intyre, Esq.,


H. A, Mc Kie. Esq.,
H. F. 1'antin, Esq.,
H. J. 1. Pitt, Esq.,
F. 1). Winslow, Esq.,
Daniel Small, Esq,:


St. Ma-rk's
F. N, Bonaparte, Esq., D. L. Ferguson, Esq.,
St. Patrick's
Dr. J. E. Copland, Esq., George Mc Intosh, Esq.,
W. E. Copland, Esq., K. A. Noel, Esq.,
J. Cornwall, Esq., D. Nyack, Esq.,
F. C. De Gale, Esq., Norbert Nyack, Esq.,
Wells De Gale, Esq., R. Sargeant, Esq.,
G. A. Glean, Esq., Allan St. Bernard, Esq.,
George Kent, Esq., T. Wildman, Esq.,
R. C. P. Moore, Esq.,
St. Andrew's
F. Abraham, Esq., T. M. Link, Esq.,
Ivan D. Bain, Esq., Anthony Me Millan, Esq.,
F. E. Batt, Esq., Theophilus Murray, Esq.,
W. C. De Gale, Esq., W. }I. Mignon, Esq.,
Hen. T. J. Gibbs, F. C. Noel, Eq.,
Wilmot Humphrey, Esq.,John Wells, Esq.,
Daniel Lewis, Esq., Hon. R. 0. Williams,
. Z. Mark, Esq.,
St. Davtld's


J. HI. Clyne, Esq.,
0. E. S. Commissioner,
Esq.,


S. C. Jacob;, Esq.,
R. E. Noel, Esq.,


WV. S. Mfc )1illan. EIsq.,


Carnricoa
Hon. F. B, Paterson,


8th January, 1955.
M.P. 258.


6th January, 1955.
P.F. .)".


I. EAVE
No. 8.
IR I. (. GITTENS, Extaminer of Accounts,
1 Audit Departmert li as been granted 2 weeks
additional vacation leave with eifect fromn 16th
December, 1951.
6th January, 19l.5
P.F. 159.

TERMINATION ')F APPOINTMENT
No. 9.
W ITf reference to i /a:e ll Notice No. 225 of
Ist Au'gust, 195,3 the temporary appoint-
nent of Mr. York Marrysh hw ham been terminated
w\iti effect from I3st D1ece;mber, 1)154.
6th January, 1955.
P.F. 796.

No. 10.
THE following documenti is circulated \\itli and
forms part of this Lia.:'rl :
S.R.O. No 69 of 1954.-Rules of the Supreme
Court (Trade Uiio:ns), 1951.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting tiocTer/n,,l't S; ieitaro/.
Government Oflice,
8thl January, 1955


GREETINGS

(REETIN,;M were oxr-hanged between the
1 Administrator, Gena da ian:I tie follwiug :
The Petroleum MJirkesine (\est Indies) Ltd.
The American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
The Superintendent of Police and Officers
The Archdeacon of Grenada
The Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Braithwaite
The British West Indian Airways
The Caribbean Met eorological Service
The Caribbean CCon mission
The Chief Secretae y & Staff
Pereira & Co. Ltd.
The Honourable G. liilro
The Barbados Ad'.:o.te
Gec. F. Huggins '. (Jrenadai) Ltd.
Yuille's Printerio Ltd.
The Royal Bank (f Canaila
H.M.C.S. lahbradlor
The Colonial Posi nu,,stcir & oficers-
'Tie Electricity T),'jp,:r!uo;e ,
-Mr. & Mrs. . : 1. 11. Rack
'Pie Crown AgInL
l is lHonour \W. Y'a, -lliilau
Mr. & ,Lrs. (;. 11. Ad::iins
!Miss Louiiso Howly
Barclays Bank 1). C. & 0.
Miss Lucy Kerr
Mrs. Sybil Charle'
The British Consulate, Aruba.


)."Z.-i'No. 3.)


Car7r













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. JANUARY 8, 1955.-(No. 3.)


NOTICE `.

Prices Control (Retail).

fiHE following. amendment is here-by made to
I the Prices Control (Retail) Onrder No. 2 of
J3I54,- Gazetted Rth June, 194j- :-
Sugar-
Dark Crytals (local) ... 1: cents per lb.
$11.75 per 100 lbs.
deliverable in any
part of the Colony.
Tlicos prices are effective from 14th Decelmber,
!i15, and tihe incrcases are due to tile cessation ot
the payment of the truc:kage charge by the
Greneada Sugar Factory on having issued this crop
yar the quantity of 1,60'(l tons on which it is
pa.viyale. The prices will revert to the previous
iiures on the commencement of the manufacture


Made by the Competent Authority this 30th day
cf December, 1954.


WILLIAM G. DONELAN,
Competent A authority (Ac/in/u).


DEPARTMENT L NOTICES.

TREASURY.

Payment of Licences, 1955.

Llb persons liable for licfces for the under-
mentioned articles and animals, and all
persons following the business or callings hereunder
icentioned for which licences are required are
hereby reminded that such licences are payable
from 1st .,Jau oiary, 1955:-


Auctioneers,
Bicycles,
Boats,
Boatmen,
Butchers,
Cart-;.
CarriP.ges,
Cigar-. Cigarettes and
Tobwceo,
Cinemas.
Commercial Travellers :
Resident,
Non-resident,
Coastal Vessels,


Dealers in:-
Motor Vehicles,
Patent Medicines,
Produce,
Hadios,
Exporters,
!-irearms,
ltawkers or Pedlas,
Hotels, .Boarding Houses
& Refreshment Houses,
Horses and Mules,
Insurance Companies and
Agents.
Motor Vehicles,


Dogs, Porters,
Drivers and Conductors, Radios,
Druggists and Chemists, Slaughterers,
Dealers in :- Stills:
Firea.rm1; and Gun- Riu, Lime, etc.
powder, Wirele-s Transmitting
Liquor, Sets.
Motor Spirits,
A licence for the first half of the year costs sixty
per centu'_ cf the yearly duty: it pays therefore,
to take out a full annual licence rather than half-
yearly ones in January and July.
A. L. DOPWELL,


Treasury,
28th December, 1I


Ac1/ iy] I ()lo1i(I1 'lirea r.


S NOTICE.

QEALEl) Tenders are hereby invited for the
, supply, month by month, during 1955, to the
government Departments of Building Materials.
Tenders should be addressed to the Chairman,
Tenders Board. and should be marked Tender for
Building aterials."
Fresh tendecs for every ensuing month must be
in the hands of Government by the 20th Day of
each month.
A. L. DOPWELL,
C(ha oi'a n,
Ten'lers Board.
8ii January, 1955.


The Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1938.


Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period, 1st January to 30th June, 1955.


Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Regulations, 1938.


SWNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
lMotor Omnibuses and H iring 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 15th
and Thursday 30th December, 1954 from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m.

Sauteurs Police Station.
Friday 3rd, Friday 10th and Friday 17th
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 Wedneas ay 15th December
1954 fron 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 h 0th December,
1954, from 9 a.m. to 3 n.m.

St. George's Traffic Branch.
New Fire Station.
Wednesday lst, Tuesday 7th, Tuesday 14th,
Tuesday 21st, Tuesday 28th and Friday 31st
December, 1954, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Carriacou Police Station.
,Mondlay 10tl to Friday 11th .aminnry, 19I5
from 9 a.m. to 3. p.m.


Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay in-
954. section fees from now onwards at their respective











8 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 8, 1955.-(No. 3).

District Revenue Offices and then approach the Vehicles.which Irtive iben found by the Iuspector
inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffic Branch, to have defects must ncr !he used on the r;a:ui
New Fire Station, Carenage, in advance with i, until the'y iv ;,-e n i,' icd with a Cert.ific.:,
view- to effecting any alterations that may be certifying that tlo vlhiie.s i:':ty I e diuly lic.ai-..
neceisary to comply with the provisions of the
MTc.or Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance 1938, ( G. A S,
anrd of the IRe.ulations made thereunder. Colonial Tr",oe
\',%hicles must be presented in a thoroughly r.ed : Ai,. .
ciean condition, a nd must have neen recently ever-
haulcTi. The body and wings, axle, chassis, frame, 6th November, 19;,!.
steeri :Ig arms, springs, ds,racktros, bi ake connections,
shackles, bolts, nuts, split pins, engine, engine
shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto or coil, POST OFFICE.
air filter, carburettor and all working parts must
be cleaned in order to admit of proper examination.
Duse. covers, if used, must he removed before, pre- T is hereby notified f(r general information tit
sentat ion in order to admit of an examination the 25 cents Stamnp, with a change in :i!
being made in full. All split pins, etc., must be Royal Cypher will be phlced on sale at Pst; Of)ice
clearly exposed, also chassis and engine numbers. Counters on Mondayl, thl 10th Janmaril, 19.3-3.
Drivers' seats must be sscurly fastened so that the
driver can have proper control over the vehicle. F. R. PHILLIP,
Spot lights, musical horns and whistles are strictly Colonil Post :, .
prohibited. Each vehicle must have its tare and
maximum gross weight painted in white figures not General Post Office,
less than 2-. inches in height upon a black ground Grenada.
in a conspicuous place on the right or offside of
the vehicle. I 15th December, 1954.
'The Registered Identification marks on all -___
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the Regula- WANTED IMMEDIATELY
tions No. 35 of 1938, and he in such a condition as
to render each letter or figure readily distinguish- i N Assistant Teacher holding a Fitn-, Cltss,
able. The attention of owners of Mlotor Omnibuses Teachers' Oertifi ate is requiroi at oc l'r
and Goods Vehicles is specially directed to Regula- appointment as Acting Head Teacher -of' MtI. Ple';.-
tion 23 (11) (a) regarding the position of front ant Government Schcol, C.rriaco:, 'until the end
lamps. Spot lights will not be allowed except with of July. 1955.
the written approval of the Licensing Authority. The s ccessful applicant will be provided wi,
The attention of the owners of Hiring Cars and rent free government qu, rters and paid in addition
Motor Omnibuses is directed to the Motor Vehicles to the salary of his substantive post, an acting
and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, No. 6 allowance at the rate of S230.40 per annnm.
of 1914, as amended by the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) REgulations, Applications should ra ch the E-lucation Offic,-
No. 70 of 1946 which require that printed copies not later than Friday, 14t January, 1955.
of the Tariffs of Maximum Fares be displayed in
such Vehicles. These are now available and may A. A. LA GRENADE,
he purchased at the Treasury, St. George's, and at Actingi Education Officer.
any District Revenue Office, at 4 cents per copy. 4th January, 1955.


NOTICE

PUBLICATION, BY LICENSING AUTHORITY, OF PARTICULARS OF APPLICATIONS TO OPERATE
SCHEDULED AIR SERVICES.


IN accordance with the provisions of regulation 8 of the Air Navigation (Licensing of Air Services)
Regulations, 1952 the Licensing Authority of the Colony hereby published the prescribed particu-
lars of the undermentioned applications to operate Scheduled Air Services in, to and from the Colony.
Any representations regarding, or objections, thereto-in accordance with regulation 9 must be
received by the Licensing Authority within 14 days after the date of the first publication of this Notice.

A
1. Applicant :-Saint Vincent Government Air Service.
2. Date of first publication of application :-8. I. 1955.
3. Route applied for :-St. Vincent, Trinidad, Dominica.
4. Purposes of Services :-Passenger, Freight, Mails.
5. Points of Departure :-St. Vincent.
Final Destination :-Trinidad, Dominica and British Guiana.
Intermediate points of call :-Bequia, Carriacou, Grenada, Barbados, St. Lucih.
Maitinique.
Ncte:--We their alternates-Tobago, Guadeloupe.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 8, 1955.-(No. 3.)

6. Frequency of Flights :-To a weekly schedule.
7. Provisional Time Table:-

WEEKLY SCHEDU IE.


12'(0 0730 0730 Dep. ST. VINCENT


Arr. 1-150


Arr.
Dep.


0830 Arr.
0900 Dep.


1000 Arr.
1020 Dep.


1045 Arr.
- Dep.


ST. LUCIA



BARBADOS



MARfINIQUE


DOMINICA


Arr. CARRIACOUI
Dep.


Arr. GRENADIA
Dep.


Arr. TRINIDAD


Dep.
Arr.


1400
1310


Dep. 1I00
ArT. 1140


Del)p.
Arr.


Dep.
Arr.


Del)p.
Arr.


D'p.


1115


1310


0020


F indicates Flag stop.
8. Type of Aircraft :--Gruman Goose" ((. 21A)
Amphibian 7 seats.


J. B. G. AUSTIN,
SuperinUtledent of Police,
Cliairnum, Licensivy A uthorily.


30th December, 1954.
M.P. 768 r.


B

1. Applicant:- Commercial Manager, British West Indian Airways, LtU., Trinidad.
2. Date of first publication of application :- Sth January, 195.5.
3. Route applied for:- Barbados, Caracas, Grenada.
4. Purpose of Services:- Passenger, Freight, Mails.
5. Point of Departure :- Barbados.
Final Destination:- Caracas.
Intermediate points of call :- Grenada.
Weather alternates- Nil.
6. Frequency of Flights:- Once weekly.
7. Provisional Time Table:-
1015 dep. arbadon arr. 181:0
1115 arr. Grena',l dep. 1650
1135 dep. Grenada arr. 1630
1320 arr. Caracas dep. 1430
8. Type of Aircraft :- Vickers Viking" and Douglas 'Dakota". 28 seats.

J. B. G. AUSTIN,
Superintendent of Police
Chairman, Licensing Authority.


1040


1350


F
v


1240
v


0850














GOVERNMENT GAZETTIK, JANUARY 8, 1955.-(No. 3.)

(C)

1. Applicant :- Commercial Manager, British West Indian Airways Ltd., Trinidad.
2. Date of first publication: 8th January, 1955.
3. Route applied for:-Port-of-Spain, Antigua, St. Kitts.
4. Purposes of Services :-Passenger, Freight, Mails.
5. Point of Departure :-Port-of Spain, Trinidad.
Final Destination:-Antigua, B.W.I., with connections to St. Kitts
Intermediate points of call :-Grenada, Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique, GuLdelouoe.
Weather alternates :-Nil.
6. Frequency of Flights -Five 'weekly frequency between Trinidad and Grcnada. Remaining
sectors twice weekly, with possible seasonal increases.
7. Provisional Time Table:-

PROPOSED SCHEDULE OF FREQUENCIES AND TIMETABLES.


1. Frequency. Five weekly frequency between Trinidad and Grenada.
Ilemaining sectors twice weekly, with seasonal mc
traffic demands.
2. Timetable. 0730 dep. Trinidad arr.

0825 arr. Grenada dep.
0850 dep. Grenada arr.

1000 arr. Barbados dep.
102-5 dep. Barbados arr.


1120 arr. St. Lucia dep.
1145 dep. St. Lubia arr.


1215
1240

1335
14CO

1430


1510
1540


arr.
dep.


dep.

arr.


dep.
arr.


Martinique dep.
Martinique arr.

Gurdelonpe dep.
Guadeloupe arr.


Antiguna


Antigua
St. Kitts


reases over sectors w here


1825

17i30
1705

(i000
1535
(via

1415
1350

1320
1255

1200
1135

1100


,1035
1000


1655.


1600
1540

1435
1335
Beane Field)

1215
1150


1120
1055

1000
0900

0900


0835
0800


8. Type of Aircraft :-Vickers Viking" and Douglas Dakota".


0700
0730


28 seats-


J. B. G. AUSTIN,
Sul'ptitlrr ndenl of Police.
Chairmuie Licensing Authority.














GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 8, 1955--(No. 3).

FRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1954.




Part I.--Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A --IMPORTS.


November, 1954.


1A'.TIC IlJ




Beer, Ali and Stout (gals) ....
Bir-dl, Bisenits ;a.d Cakes (lb) ...
Butter nid Butter Substitutes (lb)...


Quantity



:3 319
29:694
29,698


Fish (dried, salted. pickled,
?noked) (lb) ... 60,650
Flour ,ad grair-
Flour Wheaten I(b) ... 821,800
Cornmeal ... ...
Oals ... 28,000
Rice ... 234,000
Meat-Salt and Picklel (b) .. 25,257
Smoked or Cured (lb) ... 20,522
Milk, Condensed (lb) 35,986
Spirits and Wines (gals) ... 4,515
Sugar-refinied (lb.) .. 32,096
unrefined ...i 64,920
Tobacco-u nuanufactured (lb) ... 12,218
cigarettes ... 1,105
Iron and Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ....
Wood and Timber Unumanufacturnd
lumber (ft) ... 67,560
Shinlr las .
Apparel (value)... .
HBnas ,n,d Sacks (value) ... ...
Roots, Shoes and Slippers (doz. prs,)l 464
Jarts, Carriages, etc.- ..
Motor Cars (No.) ... 21
Other Commercial Vehicles (No.) .. 1
Round Motor Parts (value)...
Tyres and Tubes (value) ...i ...
Cement (tons) ... 759
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards) 161,725
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ... 45,602
4Other (value)... .
Electrical Supplies (value) ... .
Fe, ilisers and Manures (tons) ..., 27
Hardware (value)
Iron ind Steel Manufactures (tons), 15
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons) ...
Air conditioning and refriger.-
ting (tons)... ...
Ccinveyinig, hoisting, excavatin.g,
,c::d construction and mining
(tons) ... ...
Electrical (tons) ...
iFngines tot for vehicles (tons) ..
Steamn oilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons)
.Oils--ll uminating 'and ;,urn-


lI g .a ls ) . .
tuel (gals) ***i
Mo:or spirit gals) .
Patilers' colours etc. (bs) ..
cap (lbs)...
Paper (all kinds) (value) ...
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
(sq. yds....
Twine (lbs(...


14-.360
.11.41
1.1,471
22,673


19,802
641


Value



8 252
S1,666
15.596


15,814

67,498

2,245i
25 740
9,656
21,784
9,517
14,768
2,9i1
6,799
12,241
4,78:3


Jan.-Nov., 1954.

Quantity Value


$
39,813 1'24,226
264,928 93,248
286,488 167,757

1,007,359 253,962

8,336,040 728,177
63,077 6,113
221,464 17,060
1,920,300 211,138
206,855 95,872
44.141 43,975
t'41,506 92,898
28,683 108,134
360,509 38,758
424,481 43,139
106,9,;9 109,962
7,731 40,564


18,6t3 914,614
118,800
22,132
2,380
16,464 8,018

40,534 114
1,275 32
9,017
6,962
35,250 4,292

72,421 1,163,349
25,221 391,887
719
5,222
2,351 1.198
5,601
13,236 454


4,939
1,180

5,734
5,404
2,273


210,090
140,24.5
459,564
130,: 62
394,183


10,404 37.149
990 12,716


258,789
2,492
132,295
46,205
239,104

211,229
83,507
61,608
113,547
201,832

443,362
234,043
1,965
124,534
170,294
49,664
247.647


5,578




64.017
31,868
134,329
58.733
89 708
60,971

57.990
13,720


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 8, 1955.-(No. 3).


B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


1, 4..tJzr.


',.-Nov., 19.54.


ARTICLE


SQuailtiiy


An imial:-
Goats (No.) .
Pigs (No.) ...
Sheer (No.) ..
Cocoa (raw) (-wts) ...
Fruit nrd Nnts (fre-li) and
Bananns (bunohes)...
Cocoiuts (No.) ...


Fruit Juices:-
Litne Juio (Saw)
Spice i :-
"Nuiitmegs
Mace

c'ottr.n .Raw
Ocpra
CIl-, essential-Lime
Nutmeg


(gals) ...'

(cwt) ...I
(cwt) ...
(owt) ...
('cwt) ...
(Ccwt) ...
(h) ...
(lh) ...


43

73
2,679

4,706
9,900



7,090
972


955
1,360
1,710


'VleCii i'


258

750
257,619

19,000
350



313,920
143,265


14,322
8,600
7,463


565
89
805
46,097

60,639
70,675


1.600


44 121

96
1, L40
4,580
9,955
3.:30 '0


A. L. DOPWELL,
Actiiti Golo iial Ireautrer.
28th December, 19)41.



NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Associatior.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


G( AD1ES


Advance,


9 Cents


Green

Dry


13 do.


Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


7 do.

69 do.

30 do.

10 do,


In increasing the advances as above, the Board has taken cognisance of a general request froni
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
Year.
F. C. HUGHES,

Date fixed 13th December, 1954.


GRENADA.


PfriN'r.D Y 'IFIE GOVKERNMENs PRINTER AT THE ')VIRKINMENT PRI[TENG OFF[l:E.
ST. FORGE'S.
1954


Val c




3,604
4,093
7,348
4,456.(iy

177,737
3,159

516

1,748,326
902,38.
5,012
72,617
74,709
61,519
14,849


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