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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


Vb'lis. 73 b!! bSAAoritn.

VO:,,. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1955. [No. 16.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

NO. .4.
rTHE Right Honourable the Secrctary of S:ate
S for the Colonies has notified the Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to the
following Ordinance of the Grenada Legislature :-
No. 49 of 1954.-An Ordinance further to an end
the School Teachsrs Pensions Ordinance,
1946.
5th March, 1955.

No. 55.
l10PIES of the Almanac for 1955 compiled for
I tie use of the Government Departments may
be obtained at the Treasury and the several
Disirict Revenue Offices. Price : Eighteen cents.
Thi Almanac contains information as to the
Rates of Postage in force.
5th March, 1955.

No. 56.
1IS Honour the Administrator directs publica-
tion of the following with this issue o! the
Gazette :-
Rep-jcLt on the Le2islative Council- General
Elections, 1951.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting GoEernment Secretary.
Government Offico,
5th March, 1954.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICE.

TREASURY.

Towns Administration Ordinance, Cap. 225.

TUTICE, is hereby given that Assessment Lists
in respect of the Town of >St. George may be
seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the other
Towns at the respective Disti ict 1Rovenue Offices,
from the 1st day of Felbruar, to the 0Oth, day of
April ne.vt, and that attendance will be given at
such offices for the purposes of receiving the rates
mentioned in the Assessment, Lists.
A. L. DOPWVELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer,
The Treasury,
Ist February, 1955.


NOTICE.

INCOME TAX ORDINANCE.

Income Tax Rules.
NOTICE is hereby given that Income Tax
Returns are required to be forwarded to the
Commissioners of Income Tax not later than the
31st MIay., 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-
ultrly 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


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955--(No. 16).


Mi'rch, 1955, a list of employees whose incomes
-\ reo over -.( i.1 per annum during the year
1954.
4. Any person who nmay not have received a
Form applicable to his or her particular case 'n:iy
obtain such a form on application at the Income
Tax Office, St. CGeorge's, or any District li:mrone
Office.
5. Attention is invited to Soction i )5l ,,f the
Ordinance which lays down thltt failure to comply
with any Rule miade under the Ordlinam- : is an

F. IM. COARD,
\itin ij Comniiroll/',. I tcoome T'r.,.
The Incoinm T.,x Office,
( renauli
i' i Febriua.ry, )19 5.


PO1LIC(E NOTICE.

Race Meeting, Queen's Park,
11th and 12th April, 1955.

Regulation of Traffic-

BY virtue of I he powers vested in me under
Section 7i) of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1H38 I hereby order that after
10 a.m. on the 111h iand I 2th days of April, 19.55:-
(i) All vehicle entering Queen's Park shall pro-
ceed by way of ilnhmouocherie Road, and
and enter the Park through the Western
Entrance.
(ii) All vehicles leaving Quo'n's Park s,~i I
proceed by way of the Wooden Brilge.
(iii) All Motor' ILorries and Mlotor Omnibuses will
procceid direct to the parking area allotted
to them on the open spa::e lying to the
Hast (o the Race Track where they will set
down and take up passengers. The setting
down anil taking up of passengers elsewhere
in tihe Park is prohibited.
(iv) Vehicles will be prohibited from parking or
waiting: -
(a) On that portion of Melville Street and
the Emboucherie Road which lies between
their junction with the River Road and a
point on the Emnbouclierie Road situated
60 feet to the North of the Western
Entrance to Queen's Park.
(b) On that portion of the River Road which
lies between a point on the road situated
100 feet to the Fast of the Wooden
Bridge at Queen's Park and its intersec-
tion with the Emboucherie Road.
2. Taxi and omnibus drivers are requested to
avoid drawing up their vehicles for the purpose of
setting down or taking up passenger' s in the vicinity
of the entrance to and the exits ftomn Queen's
Park after the hour of 11.30 a.m. on the I th and
12th days of April 1955.

J. B. G. AUSTIN, Lt.-Col.
Chief of Police
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.I.


ANNOUNCEMENT.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE



Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme



Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected
Strains of Grenada Cocoa for Planting
in 195(i.

I)RSONS desirous o, obtaining rooted enocj;t
cuttings from the cocoa stations for planting
in 1956, should apply on the forms provided for
that purpose, entitled : ''Application Form /or
Distribution by the Cr.on Inlu.lostrd y [iprovimrnit
Scheme of Grenada.'"
2. Application forms should he forwarded to ,he
Agricultural Officer (Ccoa), \It. Horne Cocoa
Station, St. Andirow's, on or before the 31st May,
1955.
3. .-pplication.s for rot,/dl cooe( -ltlings received
ofter the 31st May, 1965, will neither be aclZinr-
ledqed 1 nor considered.
4. Application forms are available at the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, all Agricultuial and Cocoai
Stations, and District Revenuo Offices. Applica-
tion forms can also be obtained fomn all members
of tihe extension staff of the Depanrtlmeont of
Agriculture.
5. looted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered free of
charge to the applicant> atl a point, as near as
possible to tile site at which they are to be planted,
accessible at the time to tbh motor vehicle convey-
ing the plants.
6. Tim conditions under which rooted cocoa
cuttings will be issued are as follows :--
(i) Tile area selected by an applicant will he
inspected by an authorized officer, as soon
as possible after t.le receipt of the applica-
tion, for thle purpose of determining the
suitability of the site in regard to altitude.
soil type, wind protection and otlhti
ecological and environmental conditions.
The applicant will tlen be notified whether
or not the area is approvedd f'. planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no
allocation of plants will be made .to the
applicant.
(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an autlioi ised
officer will inform the applicant what
minimum action is required of him by the
Department of Agriculture, in regard to
provision of ground shade, windbreaks, soil
conservation measures, soil preparation etc.
The Agricultural Department will render all
assistance, guidance and advice in this
connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which plants will Io
issued will be that which will contain fifty
(50) rooted cuttings planted at a spacing of
10 ft. by 10 ft. in a single block, the equiva-
lent of one-eighth (l ) of an acre.













()OVEENMEYN (GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16).


(v) The ar'a to be) planted \\ill be re-inspected in the Schedule hereto should be acquired for a
by an aduthorised officer inmnediiately before pil)lic purpose, to wit, for an aided self-help hous-
the proposed date of delivery of the li.ts, ing project
,or tiwh purpose of ascertainilng wlhthe all Now, rTHER.EIO IT s TIBEREBY DECLARED
ondi l1ons have been -atii- I'.Lily fullled, by Hii. Excellency the Governor, acting after
and whether the area is in ta suitablk-e -''ttt cIsuhio lifh t he Executive Council of the
of preparation for pl. tia,. Colony of (Grena;l,], thl: upon the second publica-
(vi) Authorii'd o'ficers of :he DOI)el. rlinimt: f tion ,)f thi; )ci;ratio)i iu the GCl.aette, the land
agriculturere, will mak, pIri,,1iu iipc'cl.i ,ns mentioiecd and described in the Scheilule hereto
of Ith'e replalited are.is. as Hien a-, iIv shall ;l(nired for thie above-mentioned purposes
eonn i-,. i .d nces,,iry r1' ; i'pirpoi (,1f a hall est al)solutely in the Crown.
of-,r\'viig lield coiidit.icn-, Lthe ( velopiienti'
of lthe young plants andi advising the g;.rower AN) IT Is IIHEIREBY FU-R'ITHER DECLARED AND
on t1If"! '.' 0I;en ' i a' of the yon. NOhIIFIE) that a plan of the above-mentioned land
plan, s. v be inspected tb all1 reasonable hours at the
7. Applicant< are advise L t.o 1-fe acdvinl\,;fac o Governin,-l, Office in the town of Saint George in
the experieie ale uly gained ii rpilutin met-lhols the i C'onv.
it the Ci ()o;I, .l ions ani o o' i plots, vwhl'ro re- S H
plan ing w\iii reci co iu :.is iave a elraCEdy SiDCLE.
en unhrt e': duing the i I At i ''. .\ po.t.ion, of la.ni situate at Beausojour in the
.Appliannis :are accordingly initr:i to iii. t Parti oish of Saint (eor~e. in the island of Greada
I',,eac Stalins ams tao ilmake ii3 il( t ii)os jibJ use reputed to belong to NICHOLAS NECKLES being in
of all infil'or Ition that is avaiaii e. ;ia: 3 a acres approximatelty- Bounded on lhe
iNoirtf and South hy other lands of Beausejour
S'iiperitei'it If tiir'ti/ti'e ,( l;Est;te, on the East b1 the Mlain Road, and on the
(:li ri Iii C roto RI liiilititioi n, i. i' \\ t by, thle s-a. This area is in the vicinity
North of thle 3ledical Visiting Station, and is
conn only described as The Fence".


(iRENAD)A.

IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISI-
TION ORDINANCE, 1945. (NO. 3 of
1945).


Dated this 251 i day of February, 1 55.
V. A.UGUSTUS ALLEYNE,
lctiini (ler'i (i tf the Executive Council.


In the Matter of a Declaration by the NOTICE.
Governor in Council that certain lands
Surveyor-Draughtsman, Waterworks
situate in the Parish of Saint George in ureyorDraughtsman, W terwork
Department, Barbados.
:he Island of Grenada are to be acquired D
for a Public Purpose.
P__ PLIPCATIONS are invited for the above post.
I1 The post is pensionable with salary in the
)ECLARATION OF ACQUISITION O LAND. scale $1,920. 1,920 ] i-..s_',s' l44-$3,456
per annum, plus Cost of Living Allowance at the
(Second Publication), rate of $156 per annum. Leave passages are pay-
able at a salary of S2,280 per annum and over.
WA ITLE.I'IAS it is enacted by section 3 of the Applicants must be conversant with Theodolite
V Land Ac(quisition Ordinance, 1945, (No. 3 and Dumpy Level Surveying and Planitabile work,
of 19t5), that if the Governor in Council considers and must also be able to produce neat tracings, and
that any land should be acquired for a public know the elements of draughtsmanship.
purpose he may e.muse a declaration to that, effect Applications stating age, ,qultications and
to be made: experience, should be addressed 0o the Chief
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor Secretary, Public Buildings, to reach him not
in Council that the land mentioned and described later than 26th of March, 1955.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16.)


List of Licensed Liquor Dealers for 1955.



St. George's Parish.

No. Name Address.


I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

61
62


Andall, Reeves
Aird, Juliana
do. do.
Alexander, Catherine
Allette, A. J.
Andrew McDonald
Beckles, Eleazer
Bell, Ivan
Brisbane & Sons Ltd.,O.1

Brown, William L.
Bruno, Delmas
Bullen, Alban
Esther
Tennyson
Celestine, Agatha
Charles, Lynn
Maud
Muriel
Samuel
Checkley, Walter
Church, Anastasia
Clarke, Medford
Clarkson, P. A.
Cobb, F. A.
Coomansingh, Ashton
Cromwell, James H.
Cummings, Edith
Date, J. C.
DeCoteau, DeGale
DeFreitas, George
DePradine, Ernest
Dowden, Dennis
William
Emmanuel, Gwendoline
Evans, Leonard
Everybody's Stores Ltd.,
Fletcher, Roy
Francis, Septimus
Franco, Arnold
F.A.
F.A.
Gallard, Veronica
Garraway, Ewart
Gellineau, Ismai A.
Genessie, Linda
Linda
Gittens, E. E.
E. K.
E. W.
Gooding, F. L.
Greaves, Fred R.
Norris C.
Grenada Trading Co.,
Griffith, Christine
Hankey's Ltd.,
Haynes, Carlton
Hazzard, T. G.
Hinds, Marcus
Holas, Pilton
Hubbard Ltd., Jonas
Browne
Huggins Ltd., Geo. F.
Hughes, A. Norris


St. George's
do.
Halifax Street


No.

63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80


Name


Address.


Humphrey, Raymond G.
James, Donnally
John, Reece
Johnson, O. T.
Jones, Bernard M.
Joseph, Kenneth
Victoria
Julien, Doris
W. E. & Co. Ltd.;..
Lowe, Cecil A.
Lucas, Louisa
Maitland, E. A. L.
McBurnie, Cyril
McCartney & Williams
do. do.
Munro, Ivan
McIntosh, J. P.
Kenneth


.New Hampshire
.Woburn
.Snug Corner
.Morne Jaloux
.Springs
.Vendome
.St. Paul's
.Lower Woburn
D. Corner Gore &
Halifax Streets
.. Carenage
Grand Anse
.. St. Paul's
do.
.Lucas Street
.Morne Jaloux
.Calivigny
.Springs
.Beaulieu
.St. George's Est.
.Springs
.Mt. Gay
.St. Paul's
.St. George's
.Snug Corner
.Lucas Street
.Belmont
.St. George's Est.
.St. George's
SMelville Street
.St. George's
.Carenage
Mt. Moritz
.Mt. Moritz
.Grenville Street
.Halifax Street
.St. George's
.St. Paul's
Vendome
.Beaulieu
.Mt. Gay
Boca
.Belmont
.St. George's
.LaBorie Road
.River Road
do.
.St. Paul's
do.
.St. George's
.River Road
.Mt. Moritz
Melville Street
Melville Street
.Marian
.Carenage
.Carenage
.Lucas Street
.Grenville Street
.Halifax Street


81 Milne, James K.
82 R. K.
83 Mitchell, Beatrice
84 E. A.
85 Mary
86 Nicholas, Russel
87 Nyack, Hilda
88 Payne, Franklyn
89 Paul, A. R.
90 A. R.
91 Perrott, Alfred
92 John E.
93 Philbert, Lionel
94 Phillip, Maisley
95 Picot, Evangelina
96 Pierre, Arthur
97 Pilgrim, Doris
98 Purcell, Albert
99 L. A.
100 L. A.
101 L. A.
102 L. A.
103 L. A.
103 Richards, Clarissa
105 Roberts, Theresa
106 Rodney, Hyacinth
107 Romain, Monica
108 Ronan, Eva
109 Ross, Ewen J.
110 Salfarlie, Lashley
111 Maureen N. E.
112 McCabe
113 Sargeant, Joseph
114 Seales, Clifton
115 Searles, Conrad
116 Sindy, Francis L.
117 Smith, Alfred
118 Gerald S. W.
119 T.E.N. &Co.
120 Stewart, Allan
121 Stroude, Cyril G. H.
122 Taylors Ltd.
123 Theodore, Elsum
124 Thomas, Cleophas
125 Cyprian J.
126 Roy
127 Thorne, Joshua
128 Vincent, Anastasia
129 Williams, Anna
130 Cornelius
131 Wiltshire, Jane
132 Williams, Adriana


Carenage
LaBorie Road
Calliste
Scott Street
Grenville Street
Beaulieu
Snug Corner
St. John's Street
St. George's
Grenville Street
Melville Street
Grand Mal
New Hampshire
Young Street
Hillsborough St.
Beaulieu
Grenville Street
Scott & Tyrrel
Streets
St. George's
do.
Woodlands
Melville Street
Carenage
Fontenoy
Tempe
Woburn
Melville Street
Fontenoy
Paddock
Carenage
Grand Anse
LaBorie Road
Springs
Woburn
Morne Rouge
LaMode
do.
Cross Street
do.
Belmont
Mt. Parnassus
Woodlands
Belmont
Carenage
St. John's Street
Morne Jaloux
Boca
St. John's Street
Grenville Street
Halifax Street
Beaulieu
Melville Street
Melville Street
Happy Hill
Calivigny
St. George's
do.
St. Paul's
Carenage
St. George's
Grand Anse
Vendome
River Road
St. Paul's
Halifax Street
Springs
Grenville Street
Hew Hampshire
Westerhall
Beaulieu













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16.)


Hotel and Refreshments Houses.


Proprietory Clubs.


No. Name
1 Grenada Development
Company Ltd..
2 Husbands, Victor
3 Nicks Restaurant
4 Radix, Rosey
5 Renwick, Marguerite
6 Roberts, Meshach
7 Stewart, Bernard
8 Joseph E.
9 Sylvester, Eileen
St. John's Par
No. Name
1 Bernard, Vincent
2 Baptiste, Beatrice
3 Bedassie, George
4 Bernadine, Alban
5 Effie
6 Bhola, Peter
7 Cadore, Magnus
8 Castillo, Alfred
9 Cenac, Septimus
10 DaBreo. Daphne
II F. C.
12 W.A.
13 Edwards, Petrolena
14 Frederick, S. M.
15 Samuel J.
16 Hazel
17 Ferreira, John
18 Gibbs, Geo. A.
19 Gannessie, Juanita
20 Hackett, Eileen
21 Hallal, Gabriel
22 Harford, William J.
23 Hosten, Bertie
24 James, Abraham
25 Juerakhan, Emmanuel
26 Joseph, Lessey
27 John, Muriel
28 Jeremiah. D. P.
29 John, Wilfred
30 Martin, Vida
31 Morris, Myra
32 Bros. Ltd., Mclntyre
33 Peters, Willie
34 Phillips, Anastasia
35 Purcell, L. A.
36 Romney, J. C.
37 Ringham, Bertrand
38 Roberts, Clarissa
39 St. John, Eli
40 St. Paul, Cosmos
41 F. J.
42 S;afarlie, James
43 Thomas, Frederick
44 Edzel
45 Ventour, Cremona
46 VHilliams, Neville
47 Olive
48 Sandiford
49 do. do.


o. Name
1 Boykr. Gladford J.
2 Edvwards, Jeremiah
3 John. Arnold
4 Thomas, Edzel


Addresse

.. St. George's
do.
do.
.Halifax Street
.Lucas Street
Morne Jaloux
.Carenage
SMaloney Street
.. Gor,: Street
ish.
Addresses
Gouyave
.. Grand Roy
.. Gouyave Estate
.. Gouyave
do.
.Maran
.. Grand Roy
.. Gouyave
do.
do.
do.
do.
.Grand Roy
Concord
Florida
do.
SGouyave
do.
do.
.Mon Plaisir
Waterloo
.Clozier
..Gouyave
Clozier
Florida
do.
.. Mon Plaisir
Sand Roy
.Concord
Gouyave Estate
.Gouyave
Gouyave
do.
Marigot
Gouave
.Gouyave Estate
.. Concord
.. Grand Roy
do.
Florida
do.
Maran
.Mt. Granby
.Gouyave
.Grand Roy
.Clozier
.Gouyave
do.
Marigot


Address
. Gouyave
do.
do.
do.


Name
Edwards, Jeremiah
Frederick, Sydney
Joseph, Elton


Address
.. Gouyave
.Florida
.. Marigot


St. Mark's Parish.


Name
Andall, Costa L.
Matilda
Charles, Frankie
DeAllie, Osra
Richard N.
Fletcher. Isaac
Joseph I.
Frederick, Victor J.
Gangadeen. Vera
Hosten, P. G.
do. do.
Japal, Phileomon 0.
Mills, Arabella
Narayan, Reginald
Paryag, Jonathan
Raye, Gederon
Samuel, Daniel
Jane
Williams Fitz Joseph
Leigh G.


Address
Union
do.
SIndustry
Union
.. Tufton Hall
.Duquesne
.Union
Victoria
.Diego Piece
Victoria
Union
.Diego Piece
.Duquesne
Industry
do.
..Victoria
do.
Union
Victoria
do.


St. Patrick's Parish.


Name
Andrew. Joseph
Alexander. Montague
David C.
Baptiste, Agnes
Bartholomew, Andrew F.
Belfon, Stanley A.
Budhlall, Joslyn
Cyrus, Bellott
Dickson, Margaret
Dwarica, Frederick C.
Dunbar, Lawerence
Donald, Frank
Francois, Sanderson J.
Glean, G. A.
Gebon, Marie
George, Benjamin J.
Gresham, Winifred
do. do.
Houstone, Allan
Hosten, Pilton G.
Holas, Nora
Hillaire, Anthony
James, Hubert
Joseph, Geraldine
John, Daniel J.
Liscott. George Samuel
Lewis, Allan
Lalsee, Joseph A.
Lalsingh, Pearl
McBain, Gibbs
George
Miller, Prince Albert
McKie, Cyril
Matthew, Andrew
McQueen. David
Mirjah, Edgerton
Mclntosh, George P.
Mark, Isaac
Metoo, Jeremiah


Address
Sauleurs
Hermitage
ML Rose
Hermitage
LaFortune
do.
Hermitage
Chantimelle
Morne Fendue
do.
River Sallee
Nit. Rose
Hermitage
Chantimelle
Union
Hermitage
Morne Fendue
River Sallee
Hermitage
Sauteurs
La Fortune
Hermitage
River Sallee
do.
Snell Hall
Morne Fendue
Sauteurs
Snell Hall
LaFortune
Hermitage
do.
do.
Chantimelle
Snell Hall
Morne Fendue
do.
LaMode
Observatory
Mt. Alexander
'. ~I


Refreshments Houses.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-- (No. 16).


No. Name
40 Noel, Cleophas
41 Preudhomme, Gladys
42 Racburn, James
43 Robertson. Patrick
44 Rathan, Lennard E. A.
45 Lloyd
46 Roderique, Irinie
47 Ramdhanny, Nulton
48 Sargeant. Robert R.
49 Simon, George S.
50 do. do.
51 Toussaint. George
52 Thomas, Peter
53 Toussaint, Violet
54 Ann
55 Roy
56 William, Victor
57 McCartney & Williams


Address
Sauteurs
Hermitage
Madeys
LaFortune
Belmont
Snell H-all
Belvidere
Hermitage
Snell Hall
Sauteurs
Chant imelle
River Sallee
Observatory
Sauteurs
River Sallee
do.
do.
Sauteurs


St. Andrew's Parish.


o. Name
I Abraham, Felix
2 Joseph
3 Urias T. B.
4 Alexander. Phillip
5 Philip
6 Lellan
7 Septimus
8 Raphael
9 Nester
0 Ambrose, Emmanuel
1 Archibald, Exeter
2 Bain. Curtis
3 Baptiste, Philbert
!4 Barriteau, Michael
5 Barker, Josephine
16 Beggs, Rupert
17 Belfon, Magdalene
18 Stephen
19 Benjamin, Acil
!0 Isaac Emmanuel
H1 Benoit, Marie
!2 Bessessair, John
!3 Bhola, Frederick
!4 Hermon
!5 Ralph M.
!6 Blaize, Jeffrey
!7 Braveboy, Dorothy
!8 Bridgeman, Ismai
19 Bubb, Georgiana
10 Budhlall, Laura
11 Calliste, Margaret
12 Canhigh, Ronald
13 Carriman, DaCosta
14 Franklyn
15 Cato, Eileen
16 Cave, Elcinia
17 Charles, Lawerence
18 Value
19 Wilhelmina
10 Janefy
I1 Edgar
12 Chichester, Eudora
13 Christopher, Nepthelin
14 Connaught, Oswald
15 Cummings, Vidal M.
16 Cyrus, Newton B.
17 Daly, Mildred
i8 Daniel, Edmund
19 DeGale, Francis


Address.
.. Byelands
.. Grenville
Windsor
Paradise
Pearls
.Simon
SGrenville
.. Paraclete
.Adelphi
.LaFillette
.. Paraclete
.. Tivloi
.. Grenville
.. Birch Grove
.. Crochu
.. Mirebeau
.. Munich
.. Marquis
.. Byelands
.. St. James
.. Caruth
.St. John
..St. James
Grenville
.Grenville
.. Grenville
.. Moyah
.. Grenville
.. Lr. Capitol
.Tivoli
.LaPoterie
.Grand Bacolet
do.
Mt. Carmel
.St. John
.Byelands
.Tivloi
.Simon
Mt. Carmel
.. Soubise
.. Gd. Bacolet
.. St. Cloud's
.. Old st, Cyr.
.. Belle Vue
.. Paraclete
.. Grenville
.. Pearls
.Mt. Carmel
.. Adelphi


Name

De Gannes, Egbert
Donald, Louisa
Cosmos
Douglas, Evadney
Edwards, Mary
Evans, Clifton
do. do.
Agnes
Felix, Benaldo
Bertie
Fletcher, Rufus
Forrester. J. C.
Tom
Robert E.
Clifton James
Cosmos
Francis, Oneda
Francique, Thimotheus
Gay, Haynes
Gayadeen, Francis
George, Olga
Hankey Ltd.
Hannibal, Gladsby
Harroo, Ruby Agatha
Hastick, Mary
Haynes, Hesketh
Hendy, Hubert
Hutchinson, Gordon
Joslyn
Japal, Arthur
Jeffrey, Stollmeyer
John, Miles
Precious
Thomas
Jones, Margaret
Frank
Joseph, Willie
Mildred
Sardna
LaMothe, Lionel
Briggs
Lewis, Uniza
Leontin
do.
Rose, V
Norris
Llewellyn, Sheila
Lott, George A.
Lyrus, Azariah
Darnley H.
Maitland, Emelda
Cecil
McAuley, Anthony
McCartney & Williams
McEwen, J. B.
McGillvary, Gerald
McIntosh, Clive
do. do.
McLaren, Hyacinth
McMillan Laura
McSween, Cynthia
Mereigh, Augustus D.
Mitchell, Tellie
Ocaligan
Charles
Modeste, Wilson
Elizabeth
Morrison, Sarah
Nancoo, Edward
Neckles, Irene
Eustace


Address

.. DeBlandeau
.. LaPoterie
.. Paradise
.. Beauregard
.. LaPoterie
.Birch Grove
.. Providence
.. Grenville
.. Munich
.. Paradise
.. Soubise
St. John
Providence
.Paradise
LaDigue
.Paraclete
LaFillette
Richmond
Union
.Moyah
.. Tivoli
SGrenville
Paraclete
Tivoli
.Paradise
.St. Cloud's
.Marquis
.Grenville
.. Grenville
SUnion
Conference
.Post Royal
.Plaisance
.Post Royal
.. Bvelands
.. LaFillette
.Paradise
Belair
. Grenville
.Conference
.Tivoli
Birch Grove
.Richmond
.Union
.Beauregard
.Capitol
.Mamma Cannes
.Pearls
LaPoterie
do.
.Tivoli
.St. James
.Grand Bras
.Grenville
.St. Cloud's
.Grenville
.Paraclete
.Old St Cyr.
Grenville
Munich
Birch Grove
Mt. Carmel
.Tivoli
St. John
St. John
Grenville
Grand Bras
Walker
.Grenville
Munich
do.












GOV(ERINMEN1T GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16.)


No. Name
121 Necklcs, Elizabeth
122 Noel, Kingsley
123 Harold
124 Hedgehill
125 Elvina
126 Nvack, Otis
127 Penny, Beryl. T.
128 Phillip, Frank J.
129 H1-rold
130 Pierrc, Rebecca
131 Evelyn
132 Ramdeen, Thomas
133 Ramdhanny, L. L.
134 Rapier, Rupert
135 C. W.
136 C. W.
137 C. W.
138 Rhaday, Festus
139 Richards Bros.
140 Ringham, Raleigh
141 Robert, Arnold
142 Robertson, Geneva
143 Rougier. Adolphus
144 Ruffin, Vivian
145 Salim, Kennedy
146 Sam, Wilfred R.
147 Sampson, Theopaul
148 Samuel. Henry W. M.
149 Smith, T. E. Noble
150 St. Cyr, Thimotheus
151 St. Louis, Chailes
152 Sylvester. Didymus
153 Denis
154 Maslyn
155 Taylor, Anastasia
156 Thomas, Bobby
157 Fillington
158 Claudius
159 Festus
160 Gabr;el
161 Tobias, Lawerence O.
162 Toussaint. Francois
163 Vincent, Jos. George
164 Walker, Ena
165 Leo
166 Wall, Solomon
167 Whiteman, Gladstone
168 Williams, Margaret
169 R. O.
170 Pierre A.
171 Woodroffe, Richard


Address
rTuillcries
Union
LaDigue
Tuilleries
Ca-ruth
Paraclete
Birch Grove
Paradise
Uip. St. John
Grenville
LaFillette
Soubise
L'Esterre
Grenville
Mirebeau
Grenville
Caruth
St. James
Tivoli
Tivoli
Munich
LaFillette
Pearls
Birch Grove
Grenville
Dunfermll;ne
St. Cloud's
Paraclete
Grenville
Belle Vuc
Grenville
Mamma Cannes
Paradise
Crochu
Paradise
Upper St. John
Belair
St. Cloud's
Paraclete
Moyah
Grenville
Dunfermline
St. James
Marquis
St. Cloud's
Grenville
Paraclete
Moyah
Grenville
DeBlandeau
Simon


Refreshments Houses.


[o. Name
1 Cameron. Victor
2 Young, Cha
Clubs.
lo. Name
I Eastern Social Club


Address
.. Grenville
.. Grenville


Address
.. Grenville


Parish of St. David's


lo. Name
1 Andrew, Clement
2 Bleasdille, Charles
3 Bishop, Lionel


Address
.. Requin
.. LaTante
.. Florenceville


Name
Bain. McSween
Eva
Clvne, Freda
(ru.cks'hanik, Ivan
DcGannes, Rupert
Fraser, Hughes P.
Franci,, Ruth
Fshcr. Beatrce
Gabric!. David M.
Hagley. Elizabeth
Hypolite, Molly
Cyril
Jeremiah, Elias W.
do. do.
Meshach
James. G. B.
Septim us
Elizabeth
Cosmos
Joseph, O'Hanley
Kingston, Ann J.
Lambert, Radix
LaGuerre, Phillipa
McQueen, George
Mark, P. H.
MCMillan, Amy
McQuilkin, Kenneth
Noel, Naptally
Doris
Phillip, Theresa
Pascall, Rose
Regis. Nita
Rush. Raymond
Samuel, Magdelena
Emelda
Sergeant, Lennard
Slinger & Co., David
Strauss, Louis
Telesford, Louise
Thomas, Alexandrina
Whiteman, Ann


Address.
Thebaide
Perdmontemps
Cor.nth
Perdmontemps
Laura
LaTame
Pomme Rose
do.
Laura
Corinth
Perdmontemps
do.
LaTante
Providence
do.
Thebaide
do.
Corinth
Thebaide
Vincennes
St. David's
Laura
Thebaide
Aprestoute
River Johnson
Laura
Thebaide
Perdmontemps
do.
Petit Esperance
Perdlnontemps
New Haven
Windsor Forest
Perdmontemps
Petit Esperance
Belle Vue
Petit Esperance
LaSagesse
Forest Hall
LaTante
Balmoral


Carriacou District.


Name


Akins, Jonas
Andrew, Mathias
Albert, Solomon
Bethel, Martin
Brathwaite, Sophia
Barclay, Sion
Bristol, Bernard
Anastasia
Billy, Julien
Bedeau, Lawerence
Cyrus, Albert
Hamilton
Charles, Ann V.
Callender, Lionel
Cummings, Mary 0.
Cayenne, Charles
Cudjoe, Cordelia
Chasteau, Lewis
Cayenne, Sydney
Guadeloupe, Clifford
Joseph, Hilda
James, John


Address

LaResource
Top Hill
L'Esterre
Windward
Mt. Pleasant
L'Esterre
do.
do.
Hillsborough
Belmont
Mt. Pleasant
do.
Hillsborough
Bogles
Hillsborough
Mt. Pleasant
Belmont
Windward
Grand Bay
Prospect
Hillsborough
do.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.--(No. 16).


Names

John, Gifford
Joseph, Neville
Ozias
John, Elkana
Raphael
Julien & Co., W. E.
John, Helena
Lazarus, Samuel
Lawrence. Emelina
McLeod, Adolphus
McLaren, Beryl
Matheson, Meshach
Elias M.
Sydney
McQuilkin, Hilary
McFarlane, Albert,na
McQuilkin, Carlton
Moses, Fedillia
McQuilkin, H. E. &
Co. Ltd.
Mclntosh. Mary & Sons:..
McQuilkin. Irving J.
Noel. Ariel B.
Beckwith
Prime, Gaston
Romain, Benito
Roberts, Cleve
Slinger, David & Co.
Scott, Malcolm
Maria & Co.,
Shade, Joseph F.
Simon. Prescott W.
Scott. Maria & Co.,
Maria
Vincent, Earl


Address

Brunswick
L'Esterre
do.
Six Roads
Hillsborough
do.
Mt. Pleasant
Six Roads
LaResource
Six Roads
Belmont
do.
do.
Six Roads
W;ndward
do.
Hillsborough
LaResource

Hillsborough
do.
do.
Six Roads
Belmont
Belvidere
Harvey Vale
Beausejour
Hillsborouglh
do.
do.
Bogles
Hillsborough
do.
L'Esterre
Hillsborough


List of Licensed Produce Dealers for 1955.



St. George's Parish.


Names

Bullen, Linda R.
Clarke, Medford
Cobb, F. A.
Gittens, Elijah E.
Huggins & Co. Ltd.,
Geo. F.
Julien & Co. Ltd.. W. E.
McCartney & Williams Ltd
Purcell. L. A.


L.A.


Address

St. Paul's
do.
Snug Corner
St. Paul's

St. George's
do.
do.
La Mode
St. George's


St. John's Parish.


Names

Branch, W. P.
Bhola, Peter
Blackburn, Theoford
do. do.
Gibbs. Geo. A.
Jerome, McManus
Keppel, Olga
Bros. Ltd., McIntyre
Romney, J. C.
St. Paul's F. J.


Address

Gouyave
Maran
Grand Roy
Concord
Gouyave
Mon Plaisir
Grand Roy
Gouyave
Gouyave Estate
Florida


St. Mark's Parish.


Names


1 Andall, Costa L.
2 Hosten, P. G.
3 do.
4 Japal, Philenion 0.
5 Williams, Leigh G.


Address

Union
do.
Victoria
Diego Piece
Victoria


St. Patrick's Parish.


Names


Alexander, S. L.
MontagueL
Alexis, Laura
Belfon, Hanlev A
Budhlall, Vaughn
Dwarica, Frederick
DeGale, Wells
Hosten, P. G.
Holas, Nora
Lalsee, Joseph A.
McBain, Gibbs
McLeish, Lennard
Mclntosh, George P.
McCartney & \Villiams
Nyack, Cicel\
Norbert
Phillip, Osborne
Robertson. Patrick
Sargeant, Winifred
Thomas, Veronica
Wells, Henry


Address

Sauteurs
Hermitage
Sauteurs
LaFortune
Hermitage
Sauteurs
Hermnitage
Sauteturs
LaFortu ne
Snell Hall
Hermitage
Sauteurs
LaModc
Sauteurs
Mt. Rose
Belmont
Duquesne
LaFortune
Snell Hall
River Sallee
LaTaste


St. Andrew's Parish.


Names


Alexander, Philip
Barker, Josephine
Benoit, Marie
Bhola, Frederick
Budhlall, Laura
Carriman, DaCosta
Franklin
Charles, Edgar
Daniel, Edmund
Forrester, Tonm
Robert E.
Clifton James
Harry, Ridley H.
Huggins & Co. Geo. F.
LaMothe, Lionel
Briggs
McCartney & Williams
McMillan, Laura
Noel, Harold
Nyack, Otis
Ramdhanny L. L.
Rapier, C. W.
C. W.
Robert, Arnold
Robertson. Genc\ a
Rougier, Adolphus
Sam, Mildred R.
Samuel, Henry Winm.
Sylvester, Masly
Wallace, Henry


Address

Paradise
Crochu
Caruth
St. James
Tivoli
Grand Bacolet
Mt. Carmel
Grand Bacolet
Mt. Carmel
Providence
Paradise
LaDigue
LaFillette
Grenville
Conference
Tivoli
Grenville
Munich
LaDigue
Paraclete
L'Esterre
Grenville
Caruth
Mun ch
LaFillette
Pearls
Dunfermine
Paraclete
Crochu
Pearls


.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16.) 87


St. David's Parish.


Name


Address


Names


1 Ambrose. Ethel
2 Bain, Cornelius
3 Bleasdille, C. D.
4 DeGale, Rosa
5 DeGannes, Rupert
6 Guillaume, Ivy Ann
7 Jeremiah, Elias W.
8 do.
9 Emelda
10 Meshach
11 Joseph, Eugenia


Address

Pomme Rose
Bellevue
LaTante
Bellevue
Laura
Pomme Rose
Providence
LaTante
Windsor Forest
Providence
Windsor Forest


12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19


Moore, Louisa
McMillan, Amy
A. J.
Rush, Raymond
Radix, Lambert
Samuel, Magdalene
Sergeant, Lennard
Telesford. Louise


Name


1 Kent, George


Vincennes
Laura
LaTante
Windsor Forest
Laura
Perdmontemps
Bellevue
Forest Hill


UNDlERJ THE LIQU () DEALERS' LICENCE ORDINANCE.


NOTICE is hereby given that a Qu(arterly Iicellsin.l Session for the Southern District for the
ihcari'i of applications for the granting of Certificates, under this Ordinance, will be held at tlhe
Co,(urt House, St. Gor .e'., on Frida l the R8th daI/n f 1.1lr 1h .96-5. at 9.00 o'clock in the r' renoon.

Particulars of Applications for New Certiticates.
IA C
Na e i A lic:n. Occupation Residence Description of promiiss ought t,, 1,i .i ensed


General Tralers ,d. ... 3erclhant Tyrvel Street W'all building ait the Carenag',.
Charles Hairis ... Butcher Melville Street Stone building at Melville Street.
David Slinger & Co. LId. Merchant Halifax and
SGranby Str. Wall building at Halifax & Granby Street.
Eiloon Sylv\este ... Shopkeeper ; ontenoy Wall building at Flontenoy, St. (ieorgo's.


Magistrate's Office,
St. George's.
2)3'1 Februaniiry. 195.).


C. H. LANGAIGNE,
fnr 3Liqi.,traf, 1Southernt District.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCE ORDINANCE.


I)AIRI'ICULAS UtS applications, for New Magistrate's Certificates for Licences in the Parish of
S St. Mark to sell Intoxicating Liquor under the provisions fo the Liquor Licences Ordinance,
Chlapor 123 to be heard and determined at a Licensing Session to he held at the Court House, Victoria.
on TIuirsdav, the 17th jIir(ch, 1955, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon,

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

N:inu of .\ ilicanit Occupation. Residence I)cscription of premises sought to be lbccnsed


ILockslhy John ... Shopkeeper Diamond Street: Victoria St. Mark's Wall building.

Lennox Noel ... Shopkeeper Victoria Wall building at Victoria.


Magistrate's Office,
Victoria,
24th February, 1955.


\V. L. MACINTYRE,
.3Ioqistrate, WVesterna Dlstrit.


Carriacou District.


Address


.. Craigston


-~-~------~'













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16).


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCE ORDINANCE.


OTICE is hereby given that a Quarterly Licensing Session under the above mentioned Ordinance
will be hold, at the Court House Carriacou, by the Northern District Licensing Board to hear
applications, for new Certificates, on Monday, the '1st dao of Ma'lch, 1955, at 10.00 a.m.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

N:(me of Applicaii. Occupation Idsidence D)cscription of promises sought to be licensed


Herbert Matheson ... Mechanic Six Roads One story wooden building Six Roads.
Beatrice Bristol ... Housewife L'Esterre One storey wooden building L'Esterre.
Joseph Bedeau '. Proprietor Belmont One storey wooden building, Belmont.
Beryl McLaron ... Housewife iBelmont One storey wooden building, Belmont.
Gifford John ...1 Shopkeeper Brunswick One storey wooden building, Brunswick.

Magistrate's Office, M. W. HAYLING,
Carriacou, Additional Jlagistrate, Northern Distritt.
25th February, 1955.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


(;RADES


Green

Dry

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


9 Cents

13 do.

7 do.

60 do.

30 (io.

10 do,


In increasing the advances as above, the Board has taken cognisance of a general request fron:
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
Year.
I. C. IHUGHES,
S'cretaru.
Date fixed .28th February, 19'5.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE,


MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16).


LABOUR DEPARTMENT,
GRUNADA,
31st January, 1955.

r1HE following memorandum on the subject of Cost-of-Living injiex Fi5 ire, in so far as the working
class families are concerned, is phlilih-d for een.ral information.
JOHN R. DABREO
Acting laibmir Ofcefir.

COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1955.

The Cost-of-Living Index for all itoms at the end of January, 1955. v:ws 291, and the
following table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each monitii as compi.red with
thli basic year (Auigst, 1939) taken as 100:-


lnly Aug. '


... 100 \



171 172

178 179

18( 180

184 184

199 204

209 200

204 204

220 220

277 277


Sep.


...


173

17-8

179

184

208

208

204


OI. Nov. 'Dc.




... 173 173

167 169 169

179 179 179

180 180 1[

188 190 19(3


0 .5 i


284

290

291


284


206 21

206 20G

213 220

216 21 f

262 263

284 i28

289 289

291 291


Statistics for January, 1955.


... 191%
... 207%


Food: The average level:of retail prices of those articles taken into recount in the food group
was .1 points higher than at 31st December, 1954, and 207% higher than at 1939. This increase was
due to an incicase in the retail police cf Jacks.
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 thiq cliss during the period under
review. The increase of 163! on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 31st December, 1954,
remained unchangepi.
Clothing: Information collected from retailhis indicated that at 31st January, 1955, the
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds gei rally bought by the working-class families
was the same as at 31st December, 1954, and 187% higher than at 1939.
All Others : There was an increase in the retail prices cf Saucepans nnd Cutlasses. This
resulted in an increase of .6 points on the figure for 31st December, 1954, ard --. on the .1939 prices.
All Items : 1 the average changes in the cost of :ill the foregoing items aro combined il accord-
ince with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, the resultant general
average increase atj 31st January 1955, was the same as at 31st December, 1954, :and 191% higher
than at 1939.
(


Jan.


Feb. f Marclh


173 174

168 167


Year


1939

1942

1943

1944


1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1051

1952


180

184

190

210

206

220 .


April






172

172

182

183

195

212

205

220

220

272

290

290


181 181

182 182

190 195

210 210

206 206

220 220


169

176

18,2
182 i


196

212

205

220

232

272

291

290
. ..


*..



171

177

183

182

199

213

205

220

235

272

291

291


216 216


1953

1954


1955


All items ...
Food only ...












90 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16).

TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1955.


Part I.--Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A -IMPORTS.

S .anJuary, 1955.
ARTICLE
Quanility Value Quantity Vaue

$
B'-rT, Alto nnd Stont (gas) .... 6,465 16.669
Brtad, Biscuits and Cakes (lb) ... 30:6G5 9,714
Butter :and Butter Substitutes (lb)... 21,116 11,260
FiP h (dried, s;ltcld. picklr1,
smoked) (Ib) ... 110,030 27,879
Flour and grain-
Fionr Wheitn (1) ... 786,5w0 57,308
Corn imca ...I .
Oaits ... 5,58( 502
Rice .. 180,000 19,689
MeaT+t-S;ilt and Picklel (1 b) 16,991 7,427
Sm-led or Cured (b) ... 5,854 5,033
Milk, Coulensed (Ib) .. 60,970 40,246
Spirils amnd Wines (gals) ... 1,806 8,724
Sugar--rofined (11,) .. 79,986 8,66;8
unrefired .. 42,640 5,589
'Toba.cco -utinanufactued (IIb) .. 9,861 9,898
cigarettes ... 1,62') 5,074
Trn :,i (d Steel (Rolleol, Cast. Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ... .
Wooii :nd Timber [Unmnanu factuircd
lumber ()' ... 75,987 19;72
lShin ls .. 14,6(00 457
Appatel (valu)... .. 12,089
B ass arn Sacks (value) .. ... 7,264
Roolt, Shoes nnd clippers (doz. prs.) 6i86 26,322
,arts, Carriage9s etc.-
Motor Cars (No.) ... 14 24,979
Other Commercial Vehicles (No.) .. .
Road Motor Parts (value) .. ... 7,656
Tyres and Tubes (value) ... ... 22,862
Cement (tons) .. 122 6,953
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards) 82,531 31,911
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ... 51,943 29,580
Other (v2lue)... ... 260
Electrical Supplies (value) ... ... 26,959
Fertilisers and Manures (tons) ... 218 26,145
Hardware (value) ... ... 16,537
Iron and Steel Manufactures (tons) 104 67,655
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons)
Air corditicning and refrigera-
ting (tons)...
Conveying, hoisting, excavating,
road construction and mining
(tons) ... ...
Electrical (tons) ... ... 216
Engines niot for vehicles (tons) ...
Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ...
Oils-Illuminating and ,urn-
ing (gals) ... 1,263 760
Fuel (gaRs) ... 12,940 32,241
Mo.or spirit gals) 1,600 792
Pa; ters' colours etc. (ibs) ... 19,025 8,004
Soap (Ibs)... 30,461 6,934
Paper (all kinds) (value) ... ... 8,714
Wcol manufactures-Piece Goods
(aq. vds.)... 742 2,488
Twine (l(... 6,170 4,771











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 5, 1955.-(No. 16).


B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS.

January, 1955.


ARTICLE


Ani:i als *-
Cattle
Pi g
Sheep
Cocoa (raw)
Fruit and Nuts (fresh)
Bananas
Coconuts
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Juice (raw)
Spices:
Nutmegs
Mace
Other
Cotton R-iw
Ccpra
Oils, essential-Lime
Nutmeg


Quantity Value


(No.) ..
(No.) ...I
(No.) ...
(cwts) ...
and
(stems)...
(No.) ...I

(gl) ...

(cwt) ...
(cwt) ...
(cwt) ...
(cwt) ...
(cwt) ...
(lb) ...
(lb) ...


92
17
45
7,569

9,335
6,400



5,625
1,203
2

256
1,350
900


Quantity


Value


$

15,456
1,504
407
760,726

14,000
224



244,505
175,376
82

4,178
10,530
4,006


A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Ireasurer.


22nc February, 1955.


GRENADA.

P1INTr~D BY HLH ;OVENM~E'T PRINTER AT THE GOVE~BSME~ PSIINTINO OPF-lE3
BT. GEORGE ),
1955


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REPORT ON THE: LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1954.



INTRODUCE ION.

1. Legislative.

The Legislative Council General Elections. 1954. were conducted in accordance with the Legis-
lative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951, (No. 10 of 195!) as amended by Ordinance No. 17 of 1951
and S.R. & O. No. 54 of 1951.

Amendment No. 17 of 1951 provided for a change in the residential qualification while the sub-
sidiary legislation replaced the Statutory declaration required of a person nominated as a Candidate
for Election as a Member of the LegislatiNe Council, as well as for the Statutory declaration required
of an agent of a person nominated for Elections.

2. Electoral districts and Polling Divisions.

There was no change in the di vision of the Colony into eight Electoral districts; they are as
follows:

Town of St. George.
Parish of St. George,
Parishes of St. John and St. Mark.
Parish of St. Patrick,
Parish of St. Andrew (North).
Parish of St. Andre\ (South).
Parish of St. David.
Carriacou, including Petit Ma.ltinique.

There wlre certain unsatisflactor\ di visions in 1951 anmd it was thought necessary to revise some of
the previously constituted divisions. the more so. ais there wa :I increase in the population which was
esimnatred at 7.000.

Rcgistration Oiiicers w. :e accordingly, asked, with the help of Public Works Officers in their areas,
to re-define the boundaries of any district where it was thought a change may be desirable. A descrip-
tion of the 1951 list of boundaries was published in the local press for a period of about seven days.
and the public was invited to ofier suggestions anid criticisms for consideration by the Registration
Officers w ith a iev. to .. .linl facility. of conimunicatioi between various places within the polling
diisions. A few suageslions were received and considered before the final boundaries were accepted
and published. 'I his was done on 26th .luly.

In spite of this, soumc of the boundaries, especially in the rural areas. could very well have been
merged, therchb reducing_ the inumbher 1o polling stations. Many divisions were found to contain
considerably lscs !han the statutory figure of 450.

A'. again;a.l 94 pooling divisions constituted in 1951. there were 100 in 1954: vide Table 4.

3. Polling Stations.

IThe PollIg) Stations were selected b\ the Returning Officers and the help of the Supervisors of
Eoumerators in all the Electoral Districts.

RIp::iresentation-s ,'erc made at the close of thel Enumeration to sub-divide a couple of polling
s:.ations, but it \wvas only practicable to sub-divide one station. The number of polling stations in the
Lcc'toral districts was as follows:

Electoral district of lthe Town of Si. GeoLr . 10
the Parish of St. G ore .. .. 19
St. J.ohn-St. Mark . .. 15
St. Patrick .. 13
St. Andrew (North) .. .. 10
S.t Andrew (South) .. .. 12
Carriacou .. 10

4. Appointments.

The Magistrates of each Magisteral district are, by law, the Registration Officers for each Electoral
District within his district and they make the appointments of the Enumerators for each division.
Supervisors of Enumerators were appointed for each electoral district. The Returning Officers
were appointed by the Administrator on the recommendation of the Supervisor of Elections:
(Vide List of Officers in Appendix 1).

The Ordinance also provides for appointments of Elections Clerks. Poll Clerks, and all appoint-
ments were made with the approval of the Supervisor of Elections.












5. Ballot Boxes and Symbols.


The ballot boxes used in 1951 which had been deposited in the variouss Police Stations. were
collected, and after inspection. were deti\ered to the respective Returning Officers. It was necessary
to have ten additional boxes made.

The symbols used and prescribed by Order in Council \ ere six in number as follows:--

Car,
Shoe,
Hand,
Bicycle.
Cup,
Hat.

6. The Enumeration.

The work of Enumeration was all completed within the ten da\s required b the Ordinance. This-
was very satisfactory as it enabled the typists to start immediately with preparation of the required
number of copies for the printers. In one Electoral district, complaints were received about the work
of the Enumerators to the effect that some names were not taken by them. A re-check Nwas made and
it was found that some of the complaints were accurate. The Enumerators explained that although
they had carried out the house-to-house enquiry required by them. in some places they were met, more
or less, with an attitude which forbade the taking of all the names within the household. Other reasons
were also adduced at the time for the omission of certain names. Among these w ere:-

(a) Some of the occupants were out and only came in \ery late at nights:
(b) several persons refused to gixe in their own names as well as those of other tenants in
common household:
(c) persons refused to give in their names unless they were personally instructed to do so
by certain candidates.

HIowever accurate these reasons may hu\e been, it must be observed that the success of the
Enumeration depended mainly on the integrity, honesty and efficiency of the Enumerators themselves.
It was very noticeable throughout the Election period that a good many people lacked instruction and
information as to what the General Election meant, and in just what way the\ could contribute to the
success of the Enumeration. On Election Day, for example, at the Electoral Office, a few women
came in to complain that their names were not listed; when asked if an Enumerator had not called at
their homes, they stated that some one had in fact been, but they were then not prepared to give in
their names, and that they would do so now. The fault may also lie with the Enumerators themselves
for it is believed that although paid for their services, they did not show sufficient interest in explaining
to the people the necessity for, and importance of. voting as well as the objects and purpose of the
Enumeration. It must also be admitted that in one or two cases, the Supervisors of Enumerators
should have been more alert in seeing that the Enumerators as well as the Electorate did what was
required of them. While the law provided for the sending in of claim forms by those whose names did
not appear on the preliminary lists, this fact was not generally known by a fair number of the Electorate.
At the close of the Registration period, a number of claims were received by the Registration Officer
for consideration and inclusion in the final list. Quite a few cards were ne\er delivered by the Post
Offices as the addresses were not in the habit of receiving mail by post, and did not call for any postal
matter addressed to them. A minor amendment in the law would take care of this in future Election.s


7. The Preparation of the List.

It was not necessary for the Enumerators to write up copies of the lists they had prepared. The
index books were made with duplicate sheets and carbons, and after completing each book, each
enumerator tore out the perforated sheets and sent a complete certified list to the Registration Officer.
There were a number oftypists selected, more or less. from Government Offices. who immediately com-
menced work on the typing of four copies of the Lists. Before the lists were used, however, the respon-
sibility was on the Enumerator to check and certify them. Two copies were taken by the Enumerator
to be posted up in two places in his or her polling division, one copy was retained by the Registration
Officer and the fourth copy forwarded to the Supervisor of Elections for transmission to the printers.
This was all done in good time.

These preliminary lists were all posted up in different polling divisions on July 20th. After the
date. it was possible to send in claims, objections and requests for correction in the lists.

On the preliminary lists, a total of 36,305 names was recorded. The work of printing was done
by the Barbados Advocate. The lists were forwarded to the Company on the 16th July. 1954, and
they were all ready before Nomination day on the 1st of September. 1954.. After Revision day, the
names corrected and added were printed by the Government Printing Office in Grenada, not only to
save additional expense but in order to save time. The additional names were appended to the lists
printed in Barbados for use by the Presiding Officers and Poll Clerks. Of these additional names,
223 were received in St. George's, 138 in St. Patrick's and 82 in Carriacou. he finally revised lists
gave a total of 36.846. (Vide Table I).












8. The Election Period.

The Writs of Election were issued on the 14th of August, 1954. and were forwarded to the various
Returning Officers on the same date.
Measures for the education of the public in electoral procedure were continued. Articles were
written by the Supervisor of Elections and published in the press and included the following subjects
'i7. -
The Nomination of Candidates,
The Secrecy of the Ballot,
The Procedure of Voting,
Methods used in casting a vo'e.
The press also published a series of articles informing the public about the importance of Voting
and the responsibility in connection therewith.

9. Lectures.
It was arranged that the Supervisor of Elections should deliver lectures to the Electorate all over
the island advising members of the public the procedure which should be followed in order to register
their votes in accordance with the Ordinance. In all, twenty-six lectures were delivered as follows:-
August 15 -Tivoli and St. James,
17-Carriacou--Bclmont and Mt. Pleasant,
18---Petit Martinique,
19--Mt. Pleasant,
24--Mt. Morit.' and Grand Roy,
25-Gouyave and Victoria.
29--River Sallee,
30-Crochu.
31-Grenville.
September 2--Vincennes,
3--Gouyave.
5-Sauteurs,
6--Waltham,
Tanteen.
S--- LaFillette,
12- Birchgrove.
13 Sauteurs.
14 --St. George's,
15--St. David's.
15--Grenille,
18---Birchgrove,
19- Woburn,
The Lectures were fairly well attended and the audience was afforded the opportunity of asking
questions on any point not too well understood. In these lectures. the use of the symbols was carefully
explained so that even the illiterate persons were given the opportunity of knowing what it was all
intended for. Mr. Allan Coard arranged all the meetings for the Supervisor and he did the work
very creditably. His help has been most useful, not only in bringing the people together, but in assist-
ing them in asking necessary questions.

10. Posters and Films.

A notice-Form A 16-"Instructions on how to Vote" which gave. more or less, the information
on the marking of the ballot paper, was posted up in prominent places in the different districts. The
Supervisor of Elections paid a visit to each district for the purpose of instruction Presiding Officers
and poll clerks in their respective duties.
Notices describing offences under the Ordinance were also posted all over the island.
With the help of the Education Department, through theirVisual Education Officer, Mr. N. Buxo,
the film which was generously lent by the Information Office of Trinidad, "To Vote is a Great Duty"
was shown. This film was no doubt of great value in assisting towards instructing the Electorate.
Mr. Buxo reported that lecture demonstrations with the film were given at the following sixteen places:
Youth Centre,
Colony Hosoital,
Poor House,
Grand Roy,
Woburn,
LaFillette.
Electoral Office,
St. Patrick's
St. Paul's,
Concord,
Morne Jaloux,
Samaritan.
DeLuxe Cinema.
Gouyave Cinema,
Empire Cinema,
Police Department.












An introductory talk was given before the film was shown and it was followed by free discussion
in most places. Approximately 5.000 voters saw this film. The discussion after the film indicated
that its contents were well received.

11. Nomination.

The Registration Officers were all appointed Returning Officers, but it n as necessary to appoint
some additional persons to fill in the number required, and accordingly the appointments were made
as appear in Appendix I.

Nomination was fixed for the 1st of September, 1954, and on that date 33 Candidates v.crc
returned. In the district of St. Andrew's (South), six candidates were nominated and in St. Andrew\'s
(North) two only. A few days after, one candidate from St. Andrew's (South) withdrew and on 10th
September, 1954, another candidate from St. George's Town withdrew also. Both forfeited their
deposits to the Crown.

12. Election Day Results.

Election Day was fixed for Monday the 20th of September, 1954. and as in 1951. the day w'as
extremely quiet and there was no disturbance. The weather was not so favourable--heavy rains fell.
almost all day. The polls closed at 5 o'clock p.m. The Electoral Office was open to receive results.
which, of course, had to be taken from the preliminary statements of the poll, made up in each polling
station immediately after the close of the station. By midnight, the results of all polling stations were
in. There was no change in any ol the preliminary results when the final count was made. There was
a request to re-check one of the polling results after the final count, but this request was refused.

In the results, the most outstanding victory was in St. George's Parish w hen Mr. Eric Gairy "on
from the next Candidate by 2.221 votes. The closest contest was in the district of St. Andrew's (South')
where Mr. A. Williams, the successful candidate and Mr. C. Noel, the runner up, were given 1.363
and 1,310 votes respectively. In the other districts, the successful candidates were clear winners.

An examination of the proportion of rejected votes to total votes cast showed a decrease. In 1951.
the proportion was 12'";, but in the year under review it was 9;",. In the districts of the town of St.
George and St. John-St. Mark the percentage was as low as 3 ,%, while the highest percentage was
found in the districts of the Parish of St. George and St. Andrew's (North) W\ !lcr 18",, were icjected
in each district.

There was also a decrease in the percentage of the Electorate who voted. In 1951. the percentage
was 69";, while in 1954, it was 67",. The highest percentage recorded in ;n\ district was 81 in
Carriacou, while the lowest was in the parish of St. George with 58'o. All the other recorded Flr-
centages were between 61 and 73.,,

Tables 1- 5 annexed, give detailed results of the Elections and the various appendices give par-
ticulars of Election Officers and candidates. By perusing the reports and appendices, a clear piLtu.'r
of the Election can be obtained. An added feature appears in Appendix V, which divides the Electorate
into .ocational groups. In this. Agriculture shows the highest percentage of voters, with a record of
of 43 ": the next in order is in personal services, which include Domestic servants. house\wives &c.
with a percentage of 27.

The details of Expenditure given in Appendix VI.

In the report on the 1951 General Elections, reference was made to the necessity of ha\ ing a com-
posite record of all voters whose names appear on the Electoral Lists. It was recommended that such
a record can serve as a basis for future Elections. In the interim period between Elections. names
of all persons who become qualified may be received by the Reg;slration Officers, and names of
persons who are known to have gone away to reside abroad or who are dead, may be removed from
the list. A final list can be prepared just prior to the following General Election, and the necessary
legal machinery provided for adoption of a finally approved list. The present arrangement proves
too expensive for small Colonies especially as in Grenada, where printing of the lists could not be
done locally. The Magistrates in each district are the Registration Officers, and the record of
names, additions and deletions can be registered at the Magistrates' offices, from time to time. as
the people become election-conscious. In this connection, 1 cannot too strongly urge that an
.Information Officer can be most useful, not only to lecture the schools on whti adult sulfrage means,
but to educate the public in different areas, from time to time, on the entire election procedure.

I cannot complete this report without referring to the splendid help and assistance given by the
Superintendent of Police and his entire staff of Police who are in the main responsible for the law and
good order observed at the Election booths where they saw that the ethics of the queue were rigidly
observed.

My modicum of thanks also go out to the Ministers of Religion and School Teachers. Friendly
Societies and other organizations who have all been helpful in disseminating as best they could, infor-
m:ttion about the Elections.

The "West Indian" also played its part very generously and has always been helpful in publishing
information whenever required.













Special thank, are also due to the Chief Printer and his printing staff, who at inconvenient hours,
were always ready to do their best, c p... i.ii when time was of particular essence.

Lastly. I dc:,ie to record imy gratitude to my small stafT of bu, two typists who gave instinctively
of their time, evwn when necessity required them to woi'k on Sundays, which they did without grumble
and without complaint. The comparatively short time, since the receipt of the Election material
following Election Day. taken in preparing the tables and appendices, testify as to the standard and
quality of their work.

The following tables and appendices are attached to the Report:-

Table 1-Summary of votes cast,
2-Summary of votes cast by constituencies,
3--Summary of votes polled for candidates, by Polling Stations.
Append.x I-Returning Officers by Districts.
IT-Name. address &c.. of Candidates by District,
Ill-Comparative tabic of Registered Electors,
IV-Votes cast (show ing sexes in each Polling Division),
V-Voters by Occupaiion.
VI-Details of Expenditure.


E. GITTENS KNIGHT.
Superyic, ./ Ele'.ctionns.


St. George's. Grenada.
30th November. 1954.


GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1954.

TA1LEL 1.

Summary of Votes Cast.


Total Numbi c ui Ei!cLtors on Lists
Total Numlntb'i liallots C:,,t
Total Niiumlr (< Acceptedl l :i-lo;
Tot:l Number oi icjoeteid i;-'ct


... 36,816
2t,521~


TABLE 2.

Summary of Votes Cast by Constituencies.


IE;hltcal 1 Di-trict


Tomv. (di1 St. (.o',' ...
iri- 1 of St.. Ge'org( ...
St. o'ln & SL. Mark ...
St. PLVi.iclk
St. Ai";rew (Neril.) ...
1, A I, ew (1'-!. ti .)
St. DIv( i
Ijp 'ri .ic.


Ee". of
IAlc-c.tcrs
on list.


7,01:3
5,4,0
4,(>Ti


I.5
4 1 ,) *
KG,!;


[Balot




4 ,09 I
2,707
8,;I;.i

;.,710


Acclte(!
I111il -t

I ,I.)!;
:1.:17.

3,018





22.15 79


l3ejiectel
H;llot-;


2, :4S


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TABLlFi 3

SUMMARY OF VOTES POLLED FOR CANDIDATES BY POLLING STATIONS

Electoral District of the Town of Saint George
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PO.LIN( STATIONS

I oca ion


BALLOTiA CAST FOR

F. j. iGc. V.,Jimny u T. Albert
.\Archiball jFrancol Lewis MLrryvshow


lRjected. Total Electors
iBalots Votecs on List s


1 Court ILotuso, St. Geori,,' ...i
2 :Jules Fonrde's G(ai'age, l.itci.s

3 G (orgSq LJ,;wrence s 1eS .ie,
iiivr R aid
4 -ocial \\-lfare Office ...
5 'Mtiss JEli iz Fleming's iioues
St. .iulle Street
6 \Milne's (iarige, Lucas Strei...
7 Gore S( ; ', (near Salhabs
(i,\ ~ ice Station)
i ( Gil ( de ll oaldq'u t.a s ...'
:i Wesley I1:i I School ...
10 Po'lice St:tin ...


4 i 23 ; 04 1

9 34 27


i- 2
;59
27

19


43
j91
7(


4 30S 481


73 3 116 24S


290 162
296 *145
189 29:i


2. 11H 5 175 7


51
178
S 47
76


121
325
74
89


16 282 321


57 :2,013 3,107


( Jimmy .James Lewis = 467
Mhijority fic 1 T. :A. MUrrv.i:w ve' 1 George V. Franco 706
I.F. J. Archlib.d = 23







Electoral District of the Parish of Saint George

SPOIi.1NS'- S'lTION ISA LOTS CNAST LrlR|1
.C j ti't I T iia Elei-mors
No. h lo Voles Ii~
Slocatlij E.M. Gairv ,J. Ml. Knighi .* o


I. St. Paul'q Model School 129 50 9 3: 221 41'
2 Fiuz-Gerall Davis' 1csi-
dence (St. Paul's) .. 99 43 12 i 2 180 307
3 Tempe ... 177 20 14 5,5 266 48
4 Beauli ... 115 21 21 4i 202 1-2
.5 Constantine ... 111 10 22 67 201 114
6 New linamphiro ... 162 7 9 60 238 5 3)
7 Vendome ...! I 2 28 25 123 i 201
8 liopo Vale Esta.te ... 62 10 5 22 99 27
SVWoburn ... 180 33 10 i 304 -51
10 i Calivigny ...: 149 26 8 8i 267 101
11 ]\orne Jaloux School .. 105 20 8 4s 18S1 3.20
12 Belmont Society Iall ... 207 9 1'. 3' 3i 495
13 Grand Anse 1.0. School 151 12 9 17 189 27S
14 Grand Anse Society i]:Tll 241 14 (; 5 :i(;
15 i Fontenoy ... 206 27 13 li 2d5 469
16 Mt. Moritz 65 80 I44 20 209 271i
17 Happy Hl ... 173 13 0 1' i 98s 2
J8 Brizan ...i 235 6 1 1; i2 :;j 10
19 Richmnond Hill ...| 40 11 S ] (:) 91


(,i 5 454 9 719 p,0 70 13
L2,675 454 246 719 4,09,.1 7.013
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Majority for E. M. Gairy over f I


M. Knight--2,221.
. Paterson-2,429.














Electoral District of St. John and St. Mark.


POLLING S-TATION

Location


CourIt hTIMiuC, Gou\ avC'
Oi.rpan ]',citefit Society Hall
Luwvc lauur, Mec.hauic Lodge, Gou:
Grand Roy chooul
Concord Society Hall
Florida Medical Station
Brothers' Estate Boucan
Dougaldston Estate iouucan
Doctor's house. Maran
District Board's Oflice, Victoria
Court House, Victoria
Manager's Office, Waltham Estate
P. G. lost c's Preomises, I ;ioni
G. De Allic's dwelling house
Mr. Canpbell's dance hall HIt. Felix


158


P. 1,. BIuijninim


B.\LLOTS CAST FOR

C.J. .1ayIve C. G. I.irumso 1 11. A. MrKie L C. J Th'lei


gavc ..


181 i 1,:62


9: )

17




1
2
1
2
I

3



138


200
201
6(i;
1 52
97
10.2




,S:i
i.1n
6S3





1,i69


lIal l, t s l Vote ,




'I
J 1 1(1

I I I :lil

17 :.S
; 15
7







10 1:!)


109 i ;.717


Majority for L. C, J. Thomas over


SClarence Fergusoun-
G. J. J. Boyk -
P. . Benjamin -
\11. A. McKie -


Won Lists


i,l 90)O


607
1,68S
1,711
1,Jl


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Electoral District of St. Patrick.


POLLING STATIONS

Location


1 Sauteurs Court House
2 Mr. C. Alexander's house (used as club)
3 Madey's Society Hall ..
4 Mr. A. Alexander's house
5 Downs~-airs C. A. Nyack's house
(1 orneritago) .
6 IMt. Riclh Soeety Iall ..
7 1 t. Roso Society Iall
S liiver Salli" . C. chol ...
9i) !iss Miildreod .,lo1lau's siop (Chauti-
nmelle) ...
10 H anmdiciaft .' ... 'te ...
11 Mr. Sydney Alexander's house M\t.
Alexander ...
12 i Mr. G. IP. McTntoslt'.s House, La
Mode ...
13 Mr. T. K. Ailoeyv's business preomiesJ
IMoIne Feiidui ...


BALLOTS C:\ST FO0i

W. E. .; C(. P. R 0.
Copland Moore Williams


Rejected. Total i lec ors
Ballots Votes on Licts


23
13
21
10

37
I s
12
4!)


]OR 56 1 i!
214 1. i

101 37 6

28 30 4.

3-9 : S 1132


45
Ii


370 502
27-8 3' .


16 16) 205

2 73 9-


37 2S8


884


1,138


325 3.338 4,671.


W. Cophland = 147
:,. C. 1.'. Moore = 24,,4


Electoral District of St. Andrew's (North).


POilINGC STATIONS


Location


BALfOTS CAST


R. A. Keon's-Douglas C.


FOP c;jct-,
ed Total
W. Morrison lI;allots Votes


Mirai1iu Boucan ...
Dueili niline Society Hal ..
Paracleto Visiting Station .
Spenccelt (I d ou'.l ([all, l'ianr:idi ...
LaFilletteo P. C. S`ioool ...
Norbl' I I ya,.k's llioniwn St. John's
Tivoli Now School ...
Belir New School ...
Mt. M'eah:iant Fociety vHall ...
Bye Irflinds R. C. School ...

i


25

47

47
5 G
5(1
9
(;(
(;0


979
212

218
18!)
374


2)74


1,726


339 4(7 .1 15 ,


Ma.j'iity !or R]. A. Keens-Douglas over C. W. Morrison--.1,:S7.


No.


Ele,-

Lirs



180
491
30S

297
920
2 -0
(.)W
*i n


--


- -


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Majority Ior P,. O. Williams over














Electoral District of St. Andrew's (South)


POLLING STATION


No.
Location




1 Birchgrovc
2 Gerald Noel's Boucau ..
3 Grenville (A-J)
.3A Grenville (K-Z)
4 Marquis
5 Crocihu
6 St. Gilch
7 Holy Innlocnt,
8 Richmond1
9 St. Clouds .
10 Mlunichl
11 Caruth


BALLOTS CAST FOR


. 64 152 22
: 21 62
* 78 171 2
S59 130 (6
. 19 56 1
. 27 49 -

. 51 155 --
. 15 110 : (i
. 15 119 3

. 25 21(; 2

6 1,310


127
110
52
4(1
118
307
21
63
161
77
841
103


S38 1,3613


--


( F. C. Noel-53
Majority for Allen L. \\illiams over.' C. A. Lowe-997
I,. Ser'-cant--1,12.5
S. W. Henie-1,315










Electoral District of St. David's.


POLLING STATION


No


Location


1 Perdmontomps
2 Perdmontemps
3 Gilbert's Tailor Shop ...
I Benjamin Antoine's house
5 Champfleur
(i La Si.gesse Boucan
S Tcbaide ...
s Court House, St. Dauvid's
j) Balmoral Hall
10 Porrune lose
1 I La Tante


BALLOTS CAST FOR


E :


86( 29
73 115
10f 71
140 70
147 26
L83 2
20 8
78 0
49 9)
:35 9
138 9


1,055 35s


a I
SReiected
i Thillots


20
10
12
2s
130
18
1 16
32
71
82
53


:I
1
5
0
(i
31
0
7
9
19!
53:


572 1384


( i

13
17
14
19
oG
14
16
8



S154


Total
Votes


Elect ors
on lists


203 251
200 257
347 488


2,689( 3,9fi5


( D. W. Ratiis-483
I. I. Dunc: -639
Majority for T, J. Gibbs over I Dypolinc-(;97
A. Whypolitcn-921


Rejected Total
ballots \V,,t




34 182
3( 235
19 325
j7 275
1 23,3
2\ 466

30 30(;
31 352
35 '278
5 i :.()o
:31 :S


Sti.5 3.7 i0


Electors
on lists




599
J87
448
39{
8148
:6)
,16
41H
46fi
:! .5
37(;
181


.,09j;











10

Electoral District of Carriacou.


POLLING STATIONS

. A.
Location Blaize


1iillslx'1-oli o
I op Hlll
I)over
l1ogles

Mit. lle-apant
LEstcrre
-1eWle Vue (South)

Petit itao inijue


BALLOTS CAST FOR


Afii osli Paterson 1 Sv\lJvestre


S7

4
6
176
20
142
7
71
140


IRejected Total 'Electors
SBallots Votes on Li1ts


(12
207
208
176
265
299
215
230
242
217


590 152


2,731 3,353


:Majority for F. B. Paterson over


E. L. Sylvester
1. A. Blaize
W. T. Molnctohli


706
-- 779
- 1,120


APPENDIX I.

Returning Officers by Districts.


Name


Bail, S. J.

MeIliUlan, K.

Mclitiyre, \V.

Cherman, F.

Campbell, A. R.

Dias, B. F.

DaBreo, G. S.

Jayling, M. W.


District Occupation Ollicial Address


... Town oi St. George Magistrate (Acting) Souhirn Maistrate's Office, St-.
District George's
... Parish of St. George Legal Assistant Attorney-General's Olfice,
St. George's
... St. John & St. Mark Magistrate, Westorn District Magistrate's Offico, alu-
teurs
... St. Patrick's Levernu Of)lleer Revenue Office, Satcteurs

... St. Andrew's (North) Revenue Officer Revenue Office, Grenville

... t. Andrew's (South) Magistrate, Eastern District Magistrate's Office, Gren-
ville
...St. David's Labour Oficer abou Oice Office, St. George's

... Carriacou District Officer Carriacou
i i


2



6,
7


10


1.996


i


WV. TL. F. B. i 1 1:1, 11











11

APPENDIX II.

Name, address, etc., of Candidates by District.


Conllitl e ncy.


Tc;,u of Saint Geor-ge







TPas!,i!i il aint (GeoO'gC





,. johln In1l St. Mark









,t. I'.' i, ck





St. A..rew\ s (North)



St. LAdrew's (South)














S u .


Name.


... A 1RC BA I). Si11 ER J ELICOE1
lHaii A\lle\ StI. Georg~o's
FiN GO, 1-;OR1(; VINCENT,
Crcss Sitreetl. St. Geogoe's
IL]K\JS, JIM l'l JAMES,
St. .luil; Street, St. (eorI 's
MARRY.SHOW, THEOPHILS-1 ALBERT,
Tyrrcl Street, St. George's
... GA1RY. ERIC MATTHEW,
St. David's
KN IT I', JOHN IMARCUS
CChurch SIreet, St. (;eor.o's
PL'A:r-:I' LSON, !)(DORKSET MAOCKENNA,
M-alket Hlill, St. (eorge's
... -S.JA \\1N, PR1TCIIHARD MAXIMILLAN,
Queen's Street, Victoria,
BOYKE, GLA)DFOID1) JEREMIA H,
G(ounave, St. John's
iIFEIG SON, CLARENCE GEGRGE,
Palmiste
MONKE, HAWTHORN ANTHONY,
Gouyave, St. John's
THOMAS, LEWIS COLTON JOHN.
Carrier, St. Andrew's
... COPLAND, WILLIAM ERIC,
iM t. Rodney, St. Patrick's
MOOREl, RAYMOND CLARENCE PATERSON.
Sauteurs, St. Patrick's
\WI LIJAMi, RAL PH ORLANDO,
Mt. Rose. St. Patrick s
... 1-O1GLAS, KITHVEN A.,
Salisl)ur Road, Grenville
iMORRISON, CLAIDBi W.,
Aslianti
.. LOWE. CECIL A.
Mt. Gay, St. George's
NOEL, F. CARLYLE,
Balthazar
RENNIE, SYDNEY WILLTHROP,
Paradise
SERGEANT, LENNARD,
St. David's
WILLIAM, ALLEN LENNARD,
Grenville, St. Andrew s
... DUNCAN IRVIN IGNATIUS,
Petit Esperance
GIBBS, THOMAS JOSEPH,
Crochu
HYPOLITE, CYRIL,
Perdmontemps, St. David's
RADIX, DANIEL WITSON,
St. David's
WHITEMAN, ALTINUS,
La Tante, St. David's
... BLAZE, HERBERT AUGUSTUS,
Hillsborough. Carriacou
MCINTOSH, WALTER TOBIAS,
Mt. Pleasant, Carriacou
PATERSON, FREDERICK BRIDGEWATER,
Belvidere, Carriacou
SY!VESTER, EVA LOUISA,
HIillsborough


Occupation.


Commission gouet

Proprietor and Busi-
ness man
Business Managor

Journalist

Business Proprietor

Dock Worker

Trade Union Execu-
tive
Accountant

Shopkeeper

Agriculturist

Printer

.Land Surveyor and
Civil Engineer,
Planter

Tailor

Merchant

Peasant

M erci ant-Proprie'or

Merchant

Planter

Peasant-Proprietor

Planter

Plhotograplhe

Barrister-at-Law

Proprietor

Tailor

Optician

Planter

Proprietor

Planter

Planter-Proprietor

Housewife














APPENDIX ] .

Comparative table of Electors registered in the several Electoral Districts,
1951 and 1954 General Elections.


Electoral Dislricts




St. George's Town
St. George's Parish
St. .Tohin & St. Mark
St. Patrick's
St. A drew's (North)
St. Andrew's (South)J
Sti. 1aid'is
Carriicne


Polling
Divisions

19-I 1954
1951 i 1954


No. of Elec ors N -
onlist jio. preiPteCre. No. Acc,.ptE;i


1951 1954 1.951 19Vi


3,107
7,013
5,620
4,671
4,151
5,09.q;
3,905
;3,353


36,845


J1101
4,701

2,9'59
2,671
i3,177
S2,3'00
2 4o


:,01 ;i
4,0(
S.71 7
2.36`
2, 02i
3,710
(,6'.6
2.731


1951 39.51


1.989
4,-(iS
2,877
S2,646
1.858
2,509
S"133
2,1:i2


9 10 2,985
.. 19 19 6,643
14 15 4,969
13 13 4,352
9 10 3,825
9 12 4,745
... 11 11 :3,620
... 10 10 2.973


94 100 34,133
i--------I


No. Rejecl-e:


t951 t121


1.95;
3.375

:3.019
2.065
3,345
2.53.5
2,579


719
;10.9
925
10;7
305
154
152


13A453 24,8.24 120,;22 2294.7(; 2.S31 .13-8


_ -- -._..I __~





APPENDIX IV.


Votes cast (showing sexes) for each Polling Division of the Electorial Districts.


I


i


St. Andrew's
St. Pat!-ick's (Nor
(Norfih)


31. F.,


Total


Polling2 St. George's Town
Division

-- M. F. Total


1 131 176 307
2 47 09 146
3 121; 170 291
4 135: 1l11 296
5 731 116 189
6 761 99' 175
7 431 78 121
8 1301 1951 325
9 27 47 74
10 63 26 89
1 1. .. . ...
12 ... ...
13 .. .
14 .
1... ... ...
16 ...] ... .. .


19 .6.. .. .2


Summary.


M. F. Total


St. Geo's Parish


SM. F. Total


99 122 221
87 9d 180
124[ 142, 266
105 96i 202
1091 113 210
70: 129 238
46 53 123
13: 53 99
139 171 304
73 128 267
133 108 181
94 180 314
114, 94 188
129 202 316
108' 136' 265
841 101 209
113 114 198
133 139' 952
36 24 61


I,895 2,199 4,094


St. John a t
St. Mark


M. F. ITotal


164 243 407
851 118 223
16. 203 364
163 191 35.4
15i 206 :358
69 S 2 15
ill 114 225
91 94 18"5
69 81 150
92 119 211
151i 202 :353
1029 127 229
132l 155 287
42 48 90
731 57 L307






1,6572,060 3,7 i 7


St. Andrew's
(South)


M. F.


212 220
119 116[
133 192;
12-9 146
1121 1211
20;: 26!'
61 l55
136 170
1.65 186
1:33 1t4 ,
165 140
175 21. '

-i


Total


432
2835
325
275
233
466
116
306
352
27H
305
387
.,~t


St. David's


Mf. F. Total


75 891 157
103 119i 222
95 121, 216
128 131! 259
1.631 1938 356
138! 140 278
104 1-23! 227
113' 111' 224
101) 10! 2903
93 107 200
15 191. ;t,7





...


15: 157 352
43 82 125
14( 171 3 7-
83 109 192
166 20 3(;6
(6 75 144
12.) 1 14 269
182 222 104
1491 221t 370
11. ]I60 278
74 86 1 (1i
.,, ;38 73
127 161! 288








1,470 1,868 :3,338


Carriacou


M[. F. To;t- I


225 417 642
70( 137] 207
70 138 208
51 125 1.71;
106 159 2(i
104 195 -99)
921 153' 245
79 151 23








.. ... ...





949 1,782 2.7:1


[lJectoral Diti.rict

St. George's Town
St. George's Parish
St. Johln-St Mark:
St. Patrick
St. Andrew (North)
St. Andrew (Soulth)
St. David
Cariacou


Male

... 846
... 1,895
... 1,657
1,170
... 1,150
... 1,743
... 1,266
949
10,902


Female

1,167
2,199
2,060
1.06-0
1.1336(
1,957
1,423
1,782
13,032


Total

2,013
4,094
3,717
3,338
2,502
3,710
2,689
2,731
24,824


-


=


1,168,1,366' 9,532
I


67 7H8
128 151
101 111
174 211'
101 1, 7
10"! i 7'
157 2:32
78 59

I!2 159


.,. . .


1,7431,967 3,710 1,266 1,423 2,689




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