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Title: Government gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Grenada
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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: February 19, 1955
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


Slnblistb bh Anthorit.


VOL. 73.1 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1955. [No. 13.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

NO PAY LEAVE.
No. 44.
DR. DOREEN MURRAY, Resident Medical Of9icer.
Son 3 months leave without p;>y, with e''ect
from ist February, 1955.
19th February, 1955.
P.P. 525.

ACTING ARRANGEMENTS.
No. 45.
IE. A. E. SLINGIER. L.R.C.P. (London), M.R.C.S.
) (England) to act as Medical Superintendent,
with effect frcm 15th February, 1955.
19th February, 1955.
441 A.

Nc. 46.
IR. INES TRIMMINGHAM DAVIS to act as
i Resident Medical Officer, with effect from
1st February, 1955.
19th February, 1955.
r.F. 849.

SICK LEAVE.
No. 47.
-iJ INES TFIMMINGHAM-DAVIS has been granted
-JJ 7 days sick leave with effect from 15th
February, 1955.
19th February, 1955.

CORRECTION.
Nc. 48.
\,IlTH reference to Gazette Notice No. 38-
S Sister BLANCHE MAC FARLANE of Jamaica
has been appointed to the post of Matron, Princess
i arie Louise Hospital, with effect from 1st Fob-
ruiary, 1955.
19th February, 1955.
r.F. 882.


No. 49.
TrltiE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
f tor the Colonies has notified the Governor
that the (ueen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to the
following Ordinance of the Grenada Legislature:-
No. 54. of 1954.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Pensions Ordinance, 1950.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Action Gocernmentn Secretac !.

Government Office,
19th February, 1954.


POLICE NOTICE.

CARNIVAL.

Use of Vehicles Licensed as Goods Vehicles
for the Conveyance of Passengers.

(i) In the interest of Pablic safety the attention
of the owners of Goods Vehicles is directed to S.S.
(3) of Section (14) of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1938 which provides for the
grant of permission to enable a vehicle licensed as
a Goods Vehic'e to be used as a private motor ear
ftr the conveyance of passengers without hire or
7reiarY
(9) Owners of Goods Vehicles intending to use
them for the purpose of conveying passengers
during Carnival are advised to apply to Police
JluLidq arters, St. George's, for the necessary per-
imission to do s,. This will be given only after
inspection of the vehicle, when a certificate will be
issued, and on production of a policy of insurance
in respect of third party risks which policy complies
with the requirements of the Motor Vehicles
Insurance (Third Party Risks) Ordinance 1939.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 19, 1955.-(No. 13).


(3) Owners and Drivers of Goods Vehicles are
hereby warned that the carriage of passengers in
Goods Vehicles contrary to the provisions of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance will
render lihem liable to prosecution.

J. B. G. AUSTIN, Lt. Col.,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada.
1 tlh February, 1955.


NOTICE.

CARNIVAL REGULATIONS

f-IIE public is 1hreby warned that the following
I. acts constitute offences against thie law :-
(.) Celebratingi the Carnival before 6.00 a.m. on
the MNouday preceding Shrove Tuesday or
after midnight on Shrove Tuesday;
1i) Lighting 'r keeping alight any bonfire in
any public place on the Sunday preceding
the a. rival or on the night of the Monday
prl'edii g -hrove Tuesday, commonly known
as Cannes Brulee".
S,:) Singing of indecent, inmnoral or libellous
songs;
(d) Carrying of whips, stick -, or other offensive
weapons;
(e) Dressing or di guising as a person of the
opposite sex ;
(f) Blowing of any noisy instruments (including
conch shells) BETWEEN MII)NIGHT on
Saturday preceding the Carnival and 6.00
a.m. on the Monday of Carnival.

W. MACMILLAN,
Administrator.
Government Office,
St. George's,
Grenada.
10th February, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.


TREASURY.

Towns Administration Ordinance, Cap. 225.

OTICE is hereby given that Assessmen! Lists
in respect of the Town of Slt. George may be
seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the other
Towns at the respective D)istrict Revenue Offices,
from the 1st day !o'f Febhrliry, to the t30th day of
lApril next, and that attendance will be given at
such offices for the purposes of receiving the rates
mentioned in the Assessment Lists.

A. L. DOPWELL,
A :lili", C(onl, il i'r, isiii r,
The Treasury,
Ist February, 1935.


NOTICE.

INCOME TAX ORDINANCE.

Income Tax Rules.

NOTICE is hereby given that Income Tax
SReturns are required to he forwarded to the
Commissioners of Income Tax not later than the
31st May, 1955, by every person whose income
from every source whatsoever was over $480.00,
and every Company engaged in trade or business,
during the year 1954.
2. The Income Tax Forms of Return must be
fully and correctly completed and should show
deductions claimed. Supporting vouchers, partic-
ularly Interest and Life Insurance receipts, are
to be forwarded with the Returns.
3. Employers are requested to submit to the
Commissioner of Income Tax not later than 31st
March, 1955, a list of employees whose incomes
were over $360.00 per annum during the year
1954.
4. Any person who may not have received a
Form applicable to his or her particular case may
obtain such a form on application at the Income
Tax Office, St. George'-, or any District Revenue
Office.
5. Attention is invited to Section 59 of the
Ordinance which lays down that failure to comply
with any Rule made under the Ordinance is an
offence.

F. M. COARD,
Actin!, Comptroller, Income Tax.

The Income Tax Office,
Grenada,
3rd February, 1955.


NOTICE.

Two Vacant Posts of Chauffeurs,
Post Office Department.

PPLICATIONS are invited for the posts of
1I. Chauffeur in tle Post Office Department.
2. The salary of the post, which is non-pension-
able, is at the rate of $500 per annum in the salary
scale $600 x $60-$720 per annum.
3. Applicants must be between the ages of 25
and 40 years and should be able to keep the Vans
and Engines in good condition.
4. Candidates should state in their applications
the following informa;tion:-
(a) Age.
(b) Standard of education and Schools attended.
(c) Past and present employment.
(d) Experience in work cf -nimilar kind to that
require,' in the post.
5. Applicants should also furnish testimonials.
6. The successful candidates will be required to
assume duties immediately on notification, and will
be on probation for a period of six months in the
tirst instance.
7. Appilcations hculd 1)e addressed to the
Colonial Postmaister and should reach him not
later than .28th Fl ,'i nrii, 1955.














GOVERNMENT -GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 19, 1955.-(No. 13). 65

magistrate's Court Notice


XTOrICE is hereby given that the cases set out in the list below which were adjourned sine dlie on
Sthe dates indicated, will be 'truck out for want of prosecution unless application is made by the
4th J:arch, 1955;, for their reinstatement in the current mixture list.


W. L. MACINTYRE,
IMaistrate, Western District.


Magistrate's Office,
G ouyave,
10th February, 1955.


Cases Adjourned Sine Die at the Magistrate's Court St., John's.


Name of Case


Olive Williams v.; Fred Grant
Peter Benjamin vs. Erica Benjamin
Septimus Cenac vs. Theresa 1,erguson
Peter Bhola vs. Annie Harrack
F. J. St. Paul vs. Louie Gurlsy
Frank DaBreo vs. Gardner Walker
Peter Bhola vs. Zephrine LaTouche
Peter bhola vs. Cecil Romain
Cuthbert Peters vs. (;. J. Boyke
W. J. Harford vs. Allan L artholomew
Raphael Raindeen vs. Petty Nelson
Eustace St. Paul vs. Victor Williams
G.. J. oyke vs. I. John Simon, II. Lona Simon
Willi:m DeBellotte vs. Hyacinth Cline
Osbert Forguson vs. Sonny Gangade"n
William DeBellotte vs Peter Otway
Rosa Peters vs. Molly James
Christiana Durrant vs. Marie Mitchell
Easterlena Chasteau vs. Edna John


Date Adjourned


4 6 54
i 8 54
18 12 53
10 5 54
26 2 4
12 4 54
10 5 54
7 5 54
S2 12 53
31 5 54
5 11 54
14 5 54
11 10 54
12 11 54
8 9 54
10 12 54
22 10 54
12 7 54
12 7 54


LICENSING SESSION.


Liquor Dealers'


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


NTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned Magistrate of the Western District has appointed
I Fridlai the 4th day of March next at 9 o'clock in the forenoon at the Court House in the Town of
Gonyave as the day, hour and place at which a Session will be held for granting Certificates for the
issue or renewal of licences in the Parish of St. John, for the remaining portion of the year 1955, in
pursuance of the Provisions 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 applications for such Licences must be sent in to the Magistrate in writing on or before the
21st day of Fiebru ary 1955.


W. L. MACINTYRE,
Magistrate, WestVern District.


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


Particulars of Application for New Certificates.

Name of AiLeat. A i.'pa!ion. LReicienci ID) scripioni of pro. 1 isi s s il gt to ib Icenised.


Lore::zo A. .Tpal ... ShoAi.k(per o... ocden building situated at Central
)Depradine Street, Gouyave, :t. John's.
Mary Williams ... Proprietor ... Wll building situated at Concord, St.
S John's.

S. CRAIG,
for 3Mafiistiate, Western District.


Date Filed













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 19, 1955.-(No. 13.)


Tenders for supplying Boulogne, Ashenden
and Maran Cocoa Stations with Potting
Baskets (' Barrels") for growing Rooted
Cocoa Cut ings.


4. The person appointed will be under the direct
Supervision of the Telephone Superintendent and
should be able to carry on the management of the
Department in the event o' his absence
5. Applications, furnishing full details of qualifi-
cations and experience, together witJi two( tosti-
i l h ld d th I I II 1+ A


111( m [1 lt S S 101 (u )e a resse 0 1.t SS s n"l
IEALED tenders are invited to supply the Cocoa Administrator and Establisihent Oflicer, Govern-
15 Stations wth ntting baskets, for the period mert Office, St. Lucia to reach him not later than
15th March--lth Jnne, 9355. !8th F-ebroJ7 1955.
Details of the design and type of basket will be
supplied on application to the Agricultural Officer i 19th February, 1955.
(Cocoa).
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, St. George's, marked Tender for
Supplying Potting Baskets'X, by 4.00 p.m. on the
3rd March, 1955. Post of Estimator and Chief Draughts-
Government does not bind itself to accept the man, Public Works Department,
lowest or any tender. St. Vincent, B.W.I.


Chairman, Tende.rs Board. /PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
-_ qualified candidates for the pc.;t of Estimator
and Chief Draughts'nan, P-iblic Wcorks Deparlment,
NOTICE. St. Vincent.
2. The post which i-s non-pensionable, carrie's
PPLICATIONS aro invited from suitably a salary scale:-f S2,592 pei ;annum rising vb annual
S qualiliod persons for the post of Senior increments of S96 to 3,L I per annmii and tl
Assistant Telephone Superintendent, St. Lucia, point in this scale at witch a suitable candidate
Windward Islands. will he appointed will depend on his qualihieationi
and experience. Consideration is being given to
2. The pest is pensionable and the salary is in making the post pension:;ble. Quarters are not
the scale $1,200 x $84-$1,872 per annum. Trans- provided. Free passages for the successful candi-
port allowance in accordance with local regulations date and his wife and family wil be provided on
is payable provided the officer keeps and maintains appointment. A Transport Allowance of .T7.3--
a car for the performance of his duties. The per annum is payable if the appointee maintains
appointment will be on probation for two years in a motor car for official travelling.
the first instance. The officer appointed will be
subject to the Colonial Regulations, Financial 3. Candidates must have had a Secondary
Rules, General Orders and such other orders as Education with a sound knowledge of Mathematic
may from time to time apply. and English. They should also have a minimum
of two years experience as Estimator-Draughtsman,
3. Candidates should have a secondary education and an aggregate of not not less than 3 years in
and at least 5 years experience in Telephony. other phases of Public Works such as Building
They should also possess a good knowledge of the Construction, Land Surveying and Land Drainage.
following : -
i. 4. The successful candidate will be required to
Tde principles of electricity prepare estimates of cost and materials from
Common Battery System drawings, and to maintain statistical records of
Conversion from Magneto to Common Battery Construction Unit Costs for work operations
(C.B.); performed by the Department.
Installation and maintenance of all telephonic 5. Applications should be addressed to the
equipment, including switch boards, electric Superintendent of Public Works, Kingstown, St.
motors, generators and secondary cells; and Vincent, B.W.I., and should reach him not later
Splicing and maintenance of aerial and under- than 10th March, 1955.
ground cables.
Experience in the handling and management of Government Office,
labour is also required. i taint Vincent.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 19, 1955.-(No. 13).


LABOUR DEPARTMENT,
GrRENADA,
30th November, 1954.

'I I' f..l!lowing ine orandum on the suahjct of Cost-of-Living Index Figures, in so far as the working
I cla: faifikes are concerned, is published for general information.
JOHN R,. DABREO,
Acting Labour Oqicer.

COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1954.

The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the end of November, 1954. was 291, and tihe
following table tsows the Cot,-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each month as compared with
the basic year (August, 1939) taken as 100:-


Year Jan. Feb.


1939 ... ...

]942 ... ..


1943 173

1944 168

1945 180

1946 184

1947 190

1948 210

1949 206

1950 220

1951 216

1952 264

1953 289

1954 290


174

167


181

182

190

210

206

220

216

271


pril







172

182

182


March A






175

167


220 220

217 220

272 272


289 289

290 290
!


May IJune





169 171

176 177


182

182


182


July An.


... 100


171


178


Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.


172 173

179 178


180 180

184 184


195 196 199 199

212 212 213 209


205 205
205


272 272


290 291

290 290


204

209


204 204

220 220

277 277

287 284

291 291

291 291


... ...

173 173

167 169 i169

179 179 179

180 180 181

18s 190 190

204 206 206

206 206 206

213 213 220

215 216 216

25- 262 2(3

284 284 284

289 289 289

291 291 ...


Statistics for November, 1954.


All items ..
Food only ...


... 191%
... 206%


Food: The average level uf retail prices of those articles taken into account in the food group
was the same as at 31st October, 1954, and 206% higher th.n 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 31st October, 1954,
remained uncheangeh.
Clothing: Information collected from retailers indicated that at 30th November, 1954, the
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the working-class families
was the same as at 31st October, 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 for 31st October, 1954, remained unchanged.
All Items: If the avern.go changes in the cost of all the foregoing items are comnhinerl in acco d.
ance with their relative import dance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, tiho r ultant general
averig'e increase at 30th Novemlber, 1954, was the same as at 31st October, 1954, and 191% higher than
1939.


...


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68 GOVERNMENT GAZE'TT, FEBRUARY 19. 1955.-(No. 13.)

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


Gree

Dry

Crac

Drie


(iRADES A'ivavce.


n 9 Cents

13 do.

kod Grinders do.

d Whole Mace 60 do.


Dried Broken Mace

MAce Pickings


30 do.

10 do,


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,
Scrltary.
Date fixed 14th February, 1964.





































GRENADA.

PRTNTE.D BY IHE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE '0)Vrt':\ENT PRr' TIN'; ))r'FI [;E.
ST. GORGE ).
:1955


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