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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


blis S hc SA A, JAAtrit .


VL. 73.; SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1955. [No. 7.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


A I'OINTMIENTS.
No. 22.
Carriacou Land Settlement and Development
Board.
TNDER the provisions of Section 3 of the
S Casrriacou Land Settlement and Development
Ordinance, No. 37 of 1954, the following persons
have been appointed to constitute the Board:-
The Superintendent of Agticultur --Chiirmani
(ex" olwino)
The District Officer, Carriacou-Depu y Chair-
nmn (e., ofitri,)I
The Honourahle Colonial Treasurer (or his
Deputy)
The Hionourable Menibr for Carriacou
Mr. Iennarid Quaalie (Represeanting thie Cotton
VWorking Committee)
Mr. \. A. Knight, M.B.E.
Mr. E. R. Kent
The Agricultural Assistant. Carriacou-Scr-
retarl
17th Januarv, 1955.
(M.N. 2023)

No 23.
Sanitary Authority.
rjl1IE: following have been appointed members of
1 h.e Sanitary Authority under the provisions
of Section 3 of the Public Health Ordinance
(Cap. 180) for ilhe period 1st Ocioin/r, 195t,--'0th,
September, 1957 :-
.Yominated by Gor ni ment.
lhe Senior Medical Officer, (Chai'irnman)
Tihe Medical Officer, District II.
,, Princess Alice Hospital,
The Superintendent of Pth.lic Works,
The District Officer, Carriacou,
The Port Officer.


A. 0. Payne
WV. T. Humnphrey
E. L. N. Peter
J. V. Redhead
Mitchell G. Janies
J. S. Paterson
17thi January, 1955.
(.M.r. 138).


... St. George' ,
St. Andrew\'
St. John's,
St. Patrick's,
.. St. 1Mark's
... David's.


VACATION LEAVE
No. 24.
SRS. NELLIE WILLIAMS, -n months and 5 dvays
1 vacation leave, with effect' firom 7th January,
1955.
22nd January, 1955.
P.F. ;i1l.

No. 23.
~fR. BArM RAPIER, Medical Officer Distriot V
and Medical Officer in charge, Princess Alice
Hospital, on 6 months vacation leave with effect
from 4th January, 1955.
I2nd January, 1955.
P.F. 499.


ACTING APPOINTMENT.
No. 26.
1)R. L. SCHORMAN, Supernumerary 'Medical
Officer, to act as Medical Officer District V
and Medical Officer in charge, Princess Alice
Hospital, wimh effect from 4th January, 1955.
22nd January, 1955.
1. F. 823.


'wll, bi'd il l.'iw tnrilt Dewti.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 22, 1955.-(No. 7).


CORRECTION
No. 27.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 7 dated
6th January, 1955, Mr. j'. A. JAPAL, Class
II Clerk, Treasury and Customs Dpirtnment, has
been promoted to Class I Clerk, Audit Department
on 6 months probation, with effect from 17th
January, 1955.
22nd January, 1955.
tP.F. '256.

RESUMPTIONS.
No. 28.
. R. W. Mc NEILLY, Class III Clerk, Treasury
Ji and Customs Department, resumed duty
with effect from 28th December, 1954.
22nd January, 1955.
P.F. *181.

No. 29.
M R. A. W. l)E BELLOTTE, Class II Clerk,
STreasury and Customs Department, resumed
duty with effect from 1st December, 1954.
22nd January, 1955.
Pi. F. 307.

No. 30.
rl THE following documoecits are circulated with and
.L form part of this (Gazeile :-
S. R. & 0. No. 2.-Richmond Home Rules, 19!55.
S. R. & O. No. 3-Princess Marie Louise
Hospital (Cost of Drugs) Rules, 1955.
22nd January, 1955.

No. 31.
IlrlE undermentioned Ordinance which has heen
assented to by His Excellency the Governor
is published with this issue of the G.,zette :-*
No. 1 of 1955.-An Ordinance to provide for the
Revenue of the Colony of Grenada for the
year ending the thirty-first day of December,
1955.
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the
Treasury, District Revenue and Post Offices, and
Police Stations.
By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Action Go"vernment S',,cretirjy.
iGovernmient Oflice,
22nd January, 1955.


NOTICE.

FltiHE patients at the House of Refuge, and Marie
.1 Louiste Sanatorium, wish to thank the St.
.l0n's Ambulance Association, the Charity Relief
Committee, Medical Officers and members of the
I'ublic, for their most generous contriibtions,
which enabled them io enjoy Christmas OCheer.

(Signed) L. M. COMISSIONG,
Senior JIedical u .


NOTICE.

Treaty of Peace (Roumanian) Order, 1948
Treaty of Peace (Bulgaria' Order, 1948
Treaty of Peace (Hungary) Order, 1948

IT is hereby notified for dhe information of those
concerned that Directions have been issued by
Her Manjesty't Treasury in the IUnited Kingdom
for the distribution 'of Ruiimanian, Bulgarian and
Hungarian assets among citizens of the United
Kingdom and Colonies and British Protected
persons who have cer amn clainis against the
Governments or nation;Is of those three coun-
tries:
Assets of these countries in Colonial territories
will he dealt with along with those in the LUnited
Kingdom as single funds.
Any person wishing to claim under the Rou-
manian Directions must do so before the 31st
January and any wishing to claim under the
Bulgarian and Hungar.ln Directions before the
28th February, 1955, hy lodging their claims at
this office.
Full particulars could lie had on application at
this office.

ACTIN(i ADMINISTRATOR.
Government Office,
Grenada,
12th January, 1535.
M.P. 1166 II.


Course in Dental Mechanics
for Colonial Students.

T is hereby notified for general information that
it is proposed that a il'l-time course of train-
ing in Dehtal Mechanics should be introduced by
the J3oroug'i Polytechnic, London, in Septeinber,
19550, provided that a sufficient number of students
is forthcoming.
The course proposed would cover a period of two
years and lead to the Intermediate examination of
the City and Guilds ct London Institute. This
qualification will enable a student to practice as :,
second-class Technician on return to his own
country.
Each student would be asked to sign a statement
that he will return to uiis own country on comple-
tion of the training. This statement should be
submitted with his papers.
Intending candidates should apply to the Gov-
ernment Office for details in connexion with the
scope of work, training, etc.
Government Office,
(; renada, B.W.i.
17th January, 195,.


NOTICE.

IT is hereby notified ior general information that
Mr. DENIS VIVI.N CENAC has satisfied the
Examiners at the Final Solicitors Examination.
Government Office,
17th January, E15i5.
M. P. 171 II (103).













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 22, 1955.-(No. 7).


AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1952.


NOTICE.

IN ipusuance of the requirements cf section 3 (2) (a) of the Aid to Pioneer I industries (rdinanoe,
1952, it is lheehy notified for general information that the Governor in Council proposes to make
the undermentioned Order under section 3 of the said Ordinance. Any person who cbjoets to the
making of suclh Order shall give notice in writing of his objection and of the grounds on which he
relief, in siipp'rt thereof to iti Clei k of the Executive Council on or before the 7th day of February,

V. AUGUSTUS ALLEYNE.
.Actinl, Clerk of tli Execttire, Couancil.


4A(1 to Pioneer fn(1 aries


S110.


GRENADA.


ST.'\1 UTORY RULES \N) ORDERS NO.


OF 1935.


Order made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (1) of the Aid to Pioneer Industries
Ordinance, 1952.


1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF STRAW PRO-
DUCTS) ORDER, 1955.

2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The manulfatiure ofn Straw l'roluct is hereby declared to
be : pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pionerr I niin-tiies Ordinance, 1952, and locally
manufactured Straw Products are hereby declared to be poneei p'iodcts ior the said purposes.


Ma1ic by the Governor in Council this


day of


, 1955.


C/c k (-)f, tlhr ];xeclitire Connncil.


NOTICE

Admission to Inns of Court.


T1HE attention of intending applicants to the
I Tnns of Court is hereby drawn to Consolidated
Regulation No. 3, a section of which reads:
"No person shall be admitted as a student
while engaged in any gainful occupation which
in the .pinion of the Masters of the Bench of
the Inn to which he seeks admission is incom-
patible with the position of a student seeking
Call to the Bar".
2. It is required that all persons gainfully
.employed must, when making application for
admission, set out the nature of and the duties
involved in r.uch occupation ;l nd whether or not
such applicants intend to relinquish the gainful
occupation if the application is approved.
3. Government Servants are within the regula-
tion and are so even when on study-leave, whether
paid or unpaid, or in receipt of scholarship
.allowances.

Government Office,
Grenada,
12th January, 1955.


NOTICE.
Prices Control (Retail).

SHBE following amendment is hereby made to
.1 the Prices Control (Retail) Order No. 2 of
1954, Gazetted 3th June, 1954:-
Sugar-
Dark Crystals (local) ... 13 cents por lb.
$11.73 per 100 lbs.
deliverable in any
part of the Colony.
These prices are effective from 14th December,
1954,. and the increases are due to the cessation of
the payment of the truckage charge by the
Grenada Sugar factory on having issued this crop
year the quantity of 1,(;C(0 tons on whicn it is
payable. The prices will revert to the previous
figures on the commencement of the manufacture
oi the new crop.



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

WILLIAM G. DONELAN,
Comiptctent Atidho ity (Actinn).


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 22, 1955.--(No. 7.'


NOTICE.

Importation from Dollar Areas.

A PPLT ATIONS for Licences to import Cotton
L. Piece goods from the U.S.A. and Canada,
and Rayons. Plastics and other articles covered by
the Token Impo:rts Scheme, U.S.A., should be sub-
mitted to this office iby 31stl Jalliry, 19lj0.
As regards the Canadian Token Imports Scheme,
which allows the importation of the same articles
as in the U.S.A. Scheme, the grant of Import
Licences (local) is authorized by Export Licences
(SCRIP) issued by thce I)epartment of Trade and
Commerce, Ottawa, Canada.

WILLIAM G. DONELAN,
Competent A tlhorii! (Actinu).
15th J:nuary, 195-5.




DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.


TREASURY.


Payment of Licences, 1955.


SLL persons liable for licences for the under-
1 mentioned articles and animals, and all
persons following the business or callings herounder
mentioned for which licences are required are
hereby reminded that such licences are payable
from 1st Jannary, 1955:-


Auctioneers,
Bicycles,
Boats,
Boatmen,
Butchers,
Carts,
Carriages,
Cigars, Cigarettes and
Tobacco,
Cinemas,
Commercial Travellers :
Resident,
Non-resident,
Coastal Vessels,
Dogs,
Drivers and Conductors,
Druggists and Chemists,
Dealers in:-
Firearms and Gun-
powder,
Liquor,
Motor lSpirits,


Dealers in :-
Motor Vehicles,
Patent Medicines,
Produce,
iRadios,
Exporters,
Firearms,
Hawkers or Pedlars,
Hotels, Boarding Houses
Refreshment Houses,
Horses and Mules,
Insurance Companies and
Agents,
Motoc Vehicles,
Porters,
Radios,
Slaughterers,
Stills :
Rum, Lime, etc.
WV'eless Transmitting
Sets.


A licence for the first half of the year costs sixty
per centmn 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,
Actiq Colonial Treasurer.

Treasury,
28th December, 1954.


NOTI ( E.
IT i- notilieil .h, general information that tl:e
Prices of priiteId limatter, and aldvrtisiniL in tie
(, ivernmpent (ia C et, will ; as follc \\ with effect
frt,, 1st .IJ : ar\' 195. ):


ITt(?!


1. Sterling .'Doll'r ConversiLcn
Tables ...
2. C(ustcms T:;tif ...
3. Hegistrar (',eterail's Repcrt..
4. Import -rA e ;; ...
5. Financial Report ...1
6. Monthly Trade I eturs ...
7. Annual Estimates
h. Gazettes:
Si'gle Cop .
Half Yearly ..
Seearl ...
9. Advertising ...


Price


) cents per copy
50 ce't ,


1.50 ,
50 cents .,
S2.50

15 cents ,, ,
$3.50 ,,
S6.00 ,
80 cOnts iper p ,er
inOch (ingrl
c u11111n)


10. Other material!, not specific-
ally priced:
(a) 1-4 pages ... 25. ccint-
(b) Each additional page 5 cents
i, a i rt tiiere)f
S1. Legislative councill minutes :
Single C Iopy ..., 12 c.tits
IIHall Yearly Volume ... 6i cents
12. ('ertliicate o ( Orig in ,.. cent per copy.



7--
RM.v. 2101.


NOTICE,
OEALED Tenders are hereby invited for the
supply, month month month, during 19.)5, to tie
Government Departments of Building Materials.
Tenders should be addressed to the (Chairman.
Tenders Board. and should he marked Tender fur
Building ltiterials."
Fresh tendeis for every ensuing month inmust he
in the hands of Government by the 20th 1)av of
eacit month.
A. L. DOPWELL,
Chairman,
Teinlprs Ioar'd.
Sth January, 19535.


NOTICE

Water Supply.

THE Public are herel)y advised and requested to
exercise extreme care and economy il the use
of Pipe Borne Water in the following areas :
St. Paul's, Richmond Hill, IMorne Jaloux
Belmont and Grand Anse.
The use of hoses for thel washing of Motor
Vehicles is also forb!idde!i as frjini January 15th,
1955.
R. G. RAE,
SNi'erinitenlcnt of Public Wlorks.
Public Works Department,
St. George's,
8tl January, 1955.














GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 22, 1955.-(No. 7).


NOIICE

Emigration to the United Kingdom.

T is notified for general information and intend-
ing emigrants are hereby warned, that the
Colonial Office, British Council, West India Conm-
nuttee and the other business or voluntary organ-
i.sations in the United Kingdom do nor and cannot
undertake to find employment or accommodation.
immigrants who have not made prior arrange-
ients must, like inhabitants of the Unitedl
Kingdom, depend on the service of timh Labour
IExchange, the Ministry of Labour and National
Service to ,ut them in touch with employers.
IThey will also have to make their own arrange-
lments for accommodation as thero are no official
reception centres for workers arriving from
overseas.
It is therefore essential that immigrants should
have sufficient funds in hand to maintain the.m-
selves on arrival in the United Kingdom and pay for
I;,aspcrt and other expenses until they obltin
w ork.
As accommodation is diffiuit to find and expen-
sive, intending imm grants would he well advised
tio correxpord with friends in the United Kiegdom
Idll make such prior arrmigements as they can.
Immigrants claiming to be skilleS craftsmen
sih uld take tool of their trado and furnish them-
s lives with evidence of trade union membership
and references of previous employment:
Parties of immigrants travelling by foreign lines
to Italy and other continental countries are faced
with expenses of fares, food, excess baggage, etc.,
during their overland journey to the United King-
domn. It is essential that they should provide
themselves with sufficient foreign currency as well
ia sterling to cover their expenses abroad.
Immigrants are faced with expense of buying
wai m cloth ng before they obtain work. They
should equip themselves as f,'r as possible with
suitable clothing before departure.

Government Office,
Grenada,
14th JLanuary, 1955.


N(IOT C E.


Post of Junior Fisheries Assistant.

PPLTCAT. ONS are i vited for the post of
SJunior Fisheries As-sistant in the Fisheries
Ranch of the Department o! Agriculture, Grenada,
B. \V. I.
2. The post, which is non-pensionable, and
tenable d(Iainig the currnecy of lie Fishery Scheme,
carries a s:ilary scale of S1,032 x S(O 1,152 x
:72-~1,368 and a transport allowance f "'':- I per
a'viuml. Te'o holder of ti e post will be expected
to operate a motor cycle.
i r U.]


to fishermen, the keeping of records, accounts,
inventories etc. in connexion with the Fisheries
Scheme, and maintenance of boats, engines, and
gear. His duties will require frequent trips to sea.
in the government fishing boats.
(4) Applicants should be in possession of a
School Certificate and should state in their applica-
tions the following information :
(0) Age.
(b) Schools attended and certificates obtained.
(c) Present and past employment.
(d) Emoluments of post in which at present
or last employed.
(e) Experience in work of similar kind to that
required in the post advertised.
(f) Marital Status and number of children if
any.
Applications not containing this informnatiOn will
not ce considered.
5. Applicants should also furnish testimonials
(which will not be returned) certified as true copies
by a J.P., Minister of Religion or Head (f Depart-
ment.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, Govern-
ment Office, St. George's and should reach him
not later than 31st January, 1955.



Vacancy for Assistant Attorney General,
British Honduras.


APPLICATIONS are invited, for the post of
1 Assistant Attorney General, British HTonduras,
which will fall vacant about the middle of 1955.
2. The duties of this post are:-
(1) To prosecute for the Crown in the C urts
(o the Colony and to appear for the Govern-
ment in civil proceed ings;
(2) To act as legal adviser to Government. as
directed by the Attorney General :
(3) To draft or assist in drafting the laws of
the Colony;
(4) To perform any other duty and render any
further assistance to the Attorney GTeneral
as may be directed.
3. The qualifications required are those of a
Barrister at-Law with at leas; fo-r years' practical
experience.
4. The post is on the permanent and pensionable
estbhlishil nr and carries a salary in the scale of
83.120 x 120-3,600 x 150-3,900 .1.B. $4 050' x
15u-1,200. ($4 B.H.=1 Sterling) The point
of entry to the scale will depend oni the qualifica-
tions and experience of the successful candidate.
5. Exce;;t in the case of officers confirmed in
their appointments with othir Governments, the
appointment will be on probation for two years in
the first ins: a':c. The sneces 'ful c ididnto will
le required to prodw-c a medical certificate of
fitness, and' will be subject to Colonial Regulations
and to local General Orders.


.3. tLe ( ties o0 the post \will I[VOle, t
:!sistance of the Fisheries officer in routine work 6. Free passages will be provided on first appoint-
u-lch as the collection and collation ot statistics, m nent and on leave for the officer and his family,
collection and accounting fcr instalments on lo:ns n3t exceeding four persons in all. Leave with full













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 22, 1955.-(No. 7.)


salary is at the rate of live days for each completed ADVERTISEMENT.
month of resident service, with a maximum of 180
days. The length of a tour is 2 to 3 years. Free IT is proposed to provide three posts of Field
passages on leave are provided for the officer and JL Inspector in the Procissel Foods Division of
his'wife, subject to the provision of funds annually the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Government
by the Legislative Assembly. When travelling on of Jamaica, B.W.I., as iron die i s of April. 195;5,
duty a subsistence allowance of $2.50 a day for and applications for al)ppintlment thereto are invited
the first six days, $2.00 a day after thi first six from suitably qualified candidates.
days, and $1.75 a day rfter tit first thirty days, is 2. The post of Food Inspector carries salary in
paid. the s'-ale 62)0-25-770-25-9-20, and appointmentt
7. Free quarters are not provided. But, if Gov- thereto will be on three years probation and subject
ernment quarters are allocated to the officer, rental to the General Orders and Colonial Regunlations in
is payable at the rate of 7 / of salary and the force from tin.e to time. A housing allowance is
basic heavy furniture is provided at an annual payable to male married officer, at lthe rate of 10%
rental of 6%0 cf its total value, of salary provided certain eligibility requirements
8. Income Tax is payable in accordance with are met. In addition t temporary additional
I, .. l; allowance will be paid at prescribed rates.


9. Applications, containing full particulars, should
he addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Belize
British Honduras, to reach him as soon as possible
and in any event not later than the '.cith Fl'brta,.ry,
I 95-5.


Statement of Currency Notes Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st December,
1954.


Average circulation
during October --British
Caribbean Currency Notes
Government Currenll Notes


$49,157,446.00
1.957,355.00


British Caribbelai Currency Notes:
Trinidad & Tobago (includ-
ing Montserrat) ... $26,201,394.00
Barbados ... 5,474,745.00
British Guiana ... 12,738,345.50
Grenada ... 1,939,100.w()
St. Vincent ... 526,400.00
St. Lucia ... 862,000.00
:ominica ... 1,020,400.00
Antigua ... 1,423,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1,519,500.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes: ...
Trinidad & Tobago
Government Note
Circulation
Barbados Government
Note Circulation ...
British Guiana Govern-
ment Note Circulatiol
Total Government Note
Circulation ...

Total Circulation
1st November.


$1,3;0 1,895.00

145,673.00

n 473,339.50

1,920,90)7.50

$53,626,092.00


\V. V. BROWNE,
.Actinul E.i'cutivc Comnrissiolonr
]Jritisa Caribbe, Ciurrency hB,,r /
Bvitish Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.].


The emcluments attaching to the post are subject
to change in the light of t'ie report of the Working
Party which is now unde'-tking a review of the
salaries of the posts in the Public Service.
3. Applicants should hold at least one of the
following qualifications :-
(a) a degree in Chem.stry
(h) a degree in the Biological Sciences.
(c) Associate Membeirhip of the R-yal Insti-
tute of Chemistry.
4. It is desirable that applicants should have
previous experience in the enforcement of legal
provisions relating 'o canned foods, j:ms, jellies
and preserves and/or prac ical experience in their
manufacture. The successful candidates may be
required to undertake a preliminary period of train-
ing before assuming their duties.
5. The duties of the post involve the inspection
of establishments where Irocessed Foods are
manufactured or stored for export and all Processed
Foods prepared for export a cording to the terms
and conditions cf the relevant Laws and Regula-
tions thereunder.
Applications in writing should be :uabressed to
the Colonial Secretary, J.amnica, Est blishments
Branch, and should reach that office not later than
the /?it of t, February, 1956-.

(Sgd.) C. MT. DEVERELL,
Colon/itl S,'cre(tary.
12th January, 1955.


Vacant Posts Junior Mate-Port Services
Department, Trinidad.

PPLICATIONS are invited for two po1lsts of
i1 .Junior Mate, Marine Division, Port Services
Department, Trinidad and Tobago.
Candidates must be in possession of a Certificate
of Competency as Home Trade Intercolonial Mate
issued by the Government of Trinidad or by the
competent authority in :any West Indian Gox-
ernments or a Certificate of equal or superior value
issued by the completent authority in the United
Kingdom or in any part ot the Commonwealth.
The commencing salary will be according to
experience, in the scale $2,289- $2,640 per annum,
plus cost of living allowance.
Leave and other privileges will be in accordance
with the regulations in force at time of appointment.
The successful candidates will be appointed on
probation for two years in the first instance,
subject lo medical fitness, and will be required to
ecn-ribute to the Provident Fund.


t51,705,184.50













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 22, 1955.-(No. 7.) 29

Applications on the prescribed form obtainable at I the own of St. George, on Thlr.lay the 10ih day
the Secretariat. together with copies of testimonials of F'ebl 11nr, 19.5, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenon.,
,honihi be ilddiessed to the Hononurible Colonial when anmi where all concerned and 1iand over to
Se.:retary, Red House, Trinihdd, to reach hin not prosecute or to give evidence or suulnloned as
later than 31st January, 1955. i Jurors or Witnesses are required to give their
pen o ial attendance, and all Othics who have
taken Inquisitions, Deposition;, Examinations,
COURT NOTICE. Recognizances or other papers cognizable by the
Court are required to return the same without
! the Sunreme Cnurt of the Windwardr delay to this office.


Islands and Leeward Islands.

OTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
SSupreme Court of the Windwaid Islands and
Leeward Islands at Greinda, in its Criminal
Juris( ietion, will be held at the Court House, in'


Dated this day of January, 1955.

(Sgd.) GORDON RENWICK,
Acting Riegistrar, Supreme Court.
Registrair'a Office,
St. George's.


POLICE NOTICE


TRAFFIC CONTROL ARRANGEMENTS ROYAL VISIT 6TH AND 7TH FEBRUARY, 1955

BY virtue of the powers vested in me by Section 79 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic. Ordinance, 1938, I direct the following measures for the regulation of
Traffic on the ith and 7th days of February, 19535.
1. Parking of cars will NOT be permitted in the following streets or areas from
9.:30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. each day.


(i)
'ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
kvii)
(viii)


Lucas Street
Lowthers Lane
Scott Street
Treasury Wharf
Carenage between the Lime Factory and the Electricity Department
Tanteen Road boteen the Horticultural Gardens and the Electricity Department
Young Street fron junction of Scott Street to the Carenage
Woolwich Road.


SUNDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 1955

2.-(a) No Parking will be permitted on the following Streets etc., front
9.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
(i) Simmonds Alley
(ii) Granby Street
(iii) Halifax street
(iv) Melville Street
(v) Tempe Road
(vi) River Road
(vii) Church Street.
(b) No Parking on Tyrrell Street from 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
3. The following roads will be closed as under to all Tratfic.


Name ,of road, etc.

Carenage from Theatre to Electricity Department...
Tvrrell Street ...
Tanteen Road to Lowbhers Lane
Lowthers Lane
All roads converging on Government House Upper
Gate
St. Paul's Road to LalBorie Road .
White Gun and Richmond Hill
River Road and all entrances thereto
Melville Street and entrances thereto .
Granby Street ..
Halifax Street
Church Street ...
All entrances to Lucas Street ...


9.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
9.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
9.30 a.m to 12 noon
ditto

ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
9.30 a.m. to 1l.30 p.m.
10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
5.00 p.m. to (;.O p.m.
7.30 p.m. 10 8.15 p.m.
10.30 p.m. to I 1.3(0 p.m.


(xiv) That portion of Lucas Street between the two
Government House Gates ... 3.00 p.m. to 5.-5 p.m.


(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)


(vi)
(vii)
(viii)
(ix)
(x)
(xi)
(xii)
(xiii)













30 GOVERNMENT GAZETTri JANUARY 22, 1955.-(N-,. 7.)

MONDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY, 1955.

1; No Parking will be permitted on the following Street: etc. as under:-


(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)

(vii)
(viii)
(ix)


Name of. ro.a10, etc. Tne

Matthew Street to entrance of Sendall Tunnel .. 9.30; a.m. to 10.45 a.m.
Melville Street ... 9.31) a. to 12.10 p.m.
Granby Street ... ditto
Halifax Street ... ditto
Church Street ... ditto
Morne Jaloux Road from White Gun Corner to
Woburn Postal Station ... ditto
Woburn Road ... ditto
Springs Road ... ditto
Belmont Road from junction of Springs Road to
Lowthers Lane ... ditto


2. The following roads will be closed to all Traffic as under: -
(i) Treasury Wharf ... 9.30( a.m. t
(ii) Monkton and Matthew Streets ... dit
(iii) Melville Street and all entrances thereto ... a.3 a.n. t
(iv) Granby Street ... dlit
(v) Halifax Street ... lit
(vi) Church Street .. dit
(vii) Lucas Street ... 9.30 a.m. t
(viii) Mlorne Jaloux Road (from White Gun) to Woburn
Postal Station ... 9.30 a.m. t
(ix) Woburn Road ... dit
(x) Springs Road ..dit
(xi) Belmont Road at Springs Road and Lowthers
Lane ... dit
(xi) (a) Scott Street ... dit
(xii) loowthers Lane ... .30 .m. t


(xiii)
(xiv)
(xv)

(xvi)


Cairenage from Theatre to Electricity Department ...
Belmont Road to Lowthers Lane
.ll rcads converging on Upper Gate to Gov-
ernment House
That portion of Lucas Street between the two
Government House Gates ...


7.00 p.m. t
10.0) p.m. t,
dit
dit

di;

9.00 p.m t(


o 10.45 '.m.
to
, 12 noon
t;o
to
to
o 12.15 p.m.

o 12.30 p.m.
to
to

to
to
o 12.30 p.m.
o ,.00 p.i.
o 11.30 p.m.
to
to

to

o 1'.30 p.m.


GENERAL:


SUNDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 1955,


The car park for all attending the Garden party will be situated between tlh-
two gates of Government House on Lucas Street.

MONDAY 7TH FEBRUARY, 1955.
QUEEN'S PARK RALLY
(a) Traffic for Queen's Park arriving after 9.00 a.m. by the Western roacl will
enter Queen's Park at the northern end of Emboucherie road and will park in their
allotted places to the East of the Race Track.
(b) Traffic for Queen's Park arriving after f.30 a.m. b\- the Eastern road will
be diverted down Tempe Road and will enter the Park via Wooden Bridge onl River
Road and park East of the Race Track. Traffic from Beaulieu an:d (rand I t:ittL
will similarly enter the Park by this route.
(c) No Traffic will enter Queen's Park after 10.00 n.m.
(d) The car park for all attending the Reception will be situated between tihe
two gates of Government House on Lucas Street.

J. B. G. AUSIIXN.
Chiej of Police, Lt. Co!.
Gr-nada,
120th January, 19'.













CGOVERNMEiNT GAZETTE JANUARY 22. 1955.-(No. 7).


LICENSING SESSION,


Liquor Dealers' Licences Ordinance Chapter 123 and Sale of Produce Ordinance,
No. 24 of 1954.


TOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Magistrate of thl Western District has appointed
S Friday the 4th dcay of March v ex at 9 o'clock in the forenoon it the Court House in the Town of
Gouyave as the day, hour and place at which a Session will be held for granting Certificates for the
issue or renewal of licenses in the Parish of St. John. for the remaining portion of the year 1955, in
pursuance of the vrovisicns of the Liquor Licences Ordinance, Chapter 123 ; and at the same time and
place a Session will be held also for the granting of Licences as Dealers in Licensable Produce in the
Parishes of St. Mark's and St. John's, in pursuance of the Sale of Produce Ordinance, No. 24 of 1954.
All application for such Licences must be sent in to the Magistrate in writing on or before thIo
21st day of Febihary 1955.


W. L. MACINTYRE,
llnl/aistrat, WI xeIstrn Di.rstrict.


The Magistrate's Office,
Gouyave,
17th January, 1955.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are. as follows:


(R-P. ADE


Green


Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


A,- n ces


9 Cenzs

13 do.

7 do.

60 d,.

30 do.

10 do.


In increasing the advances as above, the Board has taken, cognisance of a general request frot'r
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
Year.
F. C. HUGHES,
Socretal y.
Date fixed 101 .Janum-y, 1954.





GRENADA.

Pi:lN'',:LD BY 'lIE ;GuVERNMKNT PRINTER AT THE (OVE.NMENI PRINTING OFFI.E.
ST. GFORG E'S.
195-5.




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