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Ve,. 73.1 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1955. [No. 20.
T HlE following telegram has been received from
His Excellencv the Governor Sir EDWARD
BETHAMBEETHAM, K.C.M. ... C.V.O., O.B.E. :-
On leaving the Windward Island I desire on
behalf of my wife and myself to send to you
and all the people of these islands oar v.'ry
We shall always hold dear to our hearts the
loyalty and warm friendliness which have
always been shown to us during our stay in
We shall never forget the hospitality of your
people and we shall both follow with intense
interest the continued development and
progress of the islands.
In saying goobyo we wish each and every-
one health, peace and prosye'rity. May God
bless you one and all.
[7th March, 1955.
IN accordance with the provisions of section 7 of
.the Banina Ordinance. 1954 (No. 57 of 1954)
H1is Excellency the Governor has appointed the
following pei sons to exercise on behalf of the
Gr.nada Banana Cooperative Society the executive
functions prescribed in the said Ordinance as an
interim arrangement during the period 16th March
and 13th April, 1955, pending establishment of a
Committee of Management:-
THE SUPERINTENDENT OF AGRICULTURE
CYrIL MCEWEN, ESQ.,
W. A. KNIGHT, ESQ., MM.B.E., (Secretary).
18th March, 1955.
CIONSEQUENT upon the absence from the
,' Colony of Colonel J. B. G. AUSTIN on 14 days
casual leave, Major W. J. MCCOLGAN, Deputy
Superintendent of Police has been appointed to act
Superintendent of Police with effect from 18th
18th March, 1955,
No. 73. TII reference to Gazette Notice No. 61 Mr.
11 J. GOCOZZA, Veterinary Officer, has been AT A. E. Bain has been confirmed in his
Appointed au Inspector in accordance with appointment as Draughtsman, Public Works
Section 3 of the Animals (Diseases and Importa- Department with effect from 1st March, 1954.
tion) Ordinance, 1953. (Gazette Notice No. 61 is accordingly cancelled).
18th March, 1955. 18th March. 1955.
P F. 865. P.F. 830.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 19, 1955.-(No. 20).
T HE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
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. 28 of 1952.-An Ordinance to provide for
the sr vice of the Colony of Grenada for the
year ending the thirty-first day of December
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
.ctingy Jorermtent Secretary.
19th March, 1955.
ST is notified for general information that, on the
recommendation of the local Examinations
Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, the
Governor-in-Council has awarded the Grenada
Scholarship for 1955 to Mr. C. I. BAPTISTE.
The other candidates who reached Scholarship
Standard were, in order of merit :
IMr. 1). I. TAYLOUi
Mr. C. L. LEWIS
Mr. D. L. V. IUDHIOO
Miss N. C. E. RAPIER.
16th Ma rch, 1955.
Grenada Report 1952-53.
A limited number of copies of the Grenada
L Report for 1952 and 1953 are available for
sale at Government Office at 48 cents per copy.
15th March, 1955.
M. P. 1281.
Colonial Students Proceeding to the
SLL intendlin Colonial Students to te lUnited
1 Kingdoiii are advised to consult the l'duca-
tion Oflicer before proceeding, in view of the
increasing difficulties ol rec-p:.ion :ind aceommoda-
tion of unher:ilied arrivals in the United Kinigdnm.
; ovcrmitnllt t Oftice,
12th Miarch, 1955.
E S 825 C.
Visit of H. M. S. Superb.
HI.M.S. Superb, flying the Flag of Vice-Admiral
J. F. Stevens, K.B.E., (C.., Commander-in-Chief,
America and West Indies Station, and under the
Command of Commodore D. H. C-Fuller, is
scheduled to arrive in Grenada at 5. p.mn. on
Monday 4th April, leaving at S a.m. on Thursday
7th April for Antigua.
11th March, 1955.
Towns Administration Ordinance, Cap. 225.
TOTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
Sin respect of the Town of St. George ma;y he
seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the other
Towns at the respective district t Revenue Offices,
from the 1st day of Febrnuary, to the i30th day of
lApill next, and that attendance will be given at
such offices for the purposes of receiving the rates
mentioned in the Assessment Lists.
A. L. DO\VWELL,
Aciinh Colonial /Tr/nasirr,
1st February, 1955.
THE underemntioned have been seized at St.
George's and St. Andrew s for a breach of the
(14) Fourteen bottles lrandy-(9 St. George's
and 5 St. Andrew's).
(12) Twelve bottles wino-St. Andrew's.
(5) Five bottles chanmpAgne.
\. L. DOPWELL,
Acinig Colonida T'reasmrer.
Treasury and Customs,
11th March, 1955,
Race Meeting, Queen's Park,
11th and 12th April, 1955,
Regulation of Traffic-
BY virtue of the power- vested in mie under
S Section 79 of the Motor Vehicles and R1Id
Traffic Ordinance, 138 1 I hereby order tl.h.t after
10 a.m. on the 1lth and l2th days of April, 19.n5 :-
(i) All vehicles en' eling Queen's Park shall pro-
ceed by way of Embouherie I toad, and
and enter the Park through the \Western
(ii) All vehicles leaving Queen's Park shall
proceed by way of the Wooden Bridge.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 19, 1955.-(No. 20.)
(iii) All Motor Lorrie anmd Motor Omnibuses will
proceed direct t ) the parking area allotted
to then on the open space lying to the
East of the R:ace Track where they will set
down and take up passengers. The setting
down and taking up cl passengers elsewhere
in the Park is prohibited.
(iv) Vehicles will he prohibited from parking or
(a) On that portion if' Melvidle Street and
the Emboucheri-o hoad which lies between
their junction \with the River Road ;nd a
point on the Emboucherie Road situated
60 feet to the North of the Western
Entrance to Queen's Park.
(/,) On that portion of the River Road which
lies between a point on the road situated
100 feet to the East 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 fiom Queen's
Park after the hour of 11.30 a.m. on the I th and
12th days of April 1955i.
J B. AUSTIN, Lt.-Col.
Uhtief of Police
INCOME TAX ORDINANCE.
Income Tax Rules.
XTOTICE is hereby given that Income Tax
c Returns are required to be forwarded to tlhe
Commissioners of Income Tax not later than the
Jlsdl Mayg, 19j-5, by every person whose income
from every source whatsoever was over $480.00,
and every Company engaged in trade or business,
during the car 19,)54.
2. The ]noome Tax Forms of Return must be
fully and correctly completed and should show
deductions claimed. Supporting vouchers, partic-
ularly I 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, 195;), a list of employees whose incomes
were over S'369.00 per annum during the year
4. Any person who may not have received a
Form applicable to his or her particular case may
obtain such i, form on applic tion at the Income
Tax Office, St. George's, or any District l.evenue
5. Attention is invited to Section 59 of the
Ordinance which lays down that failure to comply
with any Rule made under the Ordinauce is an
F. M. COARD,
Acting Comptroller, Income. Tax.
The Income Tax Office,
:3rd February, 1955.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme
Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected
Strains of Grenada Cocoa for Planting
1)ERSONS desirous of obtaining rooted cocoa
. cuttings from the cocoa stations for planting
in 1956, should 1ap/y on the for ms provided for
that purpose, entitled : Application Form for
Distribution by th-e Cocoa. lndulstry Imnprorent
Scheme of (GrenLadat.'
2. Application forms should be forwarded to the
Agricultural Officer (Cocoa), lMt. Iorne Cucoa
Station, St. Andrew's, cn or before the 31st May,
:3. Applicatio, ns fr routed cocon cuttinys received
after the 31st May, 195.3, will neither be ackioiw-
ledged nor considered.
4. Application forms are available at the Depart-
ment of g Agriculture, all Agricultural and Cocca
Stations, and District Revenue Offices. Applica-
tion forms can also be obtained from all members
of the extension staff of the )Department of
5. Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered free of
charge to the applicants at a point, as tcoar a,
possible to the site at which they are to be planted,
accessible at the time to the motor vehicle convey-
ing the plants.
6. The conditions under which rooted cocoa
cuttings will be issued are as follows :--
(i) The area selected by an applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as soon
as possible after tile receipt of the applica-
tion, for tihe purpose of determining the
suitability of the site in regard In altitude,
soil type, wind protection and other
ecological and environmental conditions.
The applicant will then be notified whheher
or not the area is approved for planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting coco(, clones, no
allocation of plants will be made to tl:e
(iii) If the ar'a is declared suitable, an authorized
officer will inform the applicant what
minimum action is required of him by the
Department of Agriculture. in regard to
provision of ground shade, winldbreaks, soil
conservation measures, soil prelp-'ation etc.
The Agricultural I)epartmont will render all
assistance, guidance and advice in this
(iv) The minimum area for which plants xwil l.e
issued will be that which will contain lilty
(50) rooted c'ittings planted at a spacing of
10 ft. hy 10 ft. in a single block, t ie equiva-
lent .f one-eighth ( k) of an acre.
(v, Tie area to be planted will be re-inspocted
by an authorized officer immedi-toly bcIore
the proposed date of delivery of the plants,
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 19, 1955.-(No. 20.)
for the purpose of ascertaining whether all
conditions have been satisf:lctorily fulfilled,
and whether the area is in a suitable state
of preparation for planting.
(vi) Authorised officers of the Department of
Agriculture, will make periodic inspections
of the replanted areas, as often as may be
ennsidered necessary, for the purpose of
observing field conditions, the development
of the young plants and advising the grower
on the care and management of the young
7. Applicants are advised to take advantage of
the experience already gained in replanting methods
at the Coioa~ Stations and other plots, where re-
planting with rooted cocoa cuttings have already'
been undertaken during the last 4 to 6 years.
applicantss are accordingly invited to visit the
C(oc'I..Stali :ns and to make tlh fullest possible use
of all information that is available.
S'.ieriitenldent of Agriculture <
ChJirni0/i Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.
IT is hereby notified that until further notice, the
..washing of Motor Vehicles with pipe borne
water and the watering of flower gardens with
hoses is strictly forbidden in the following areas:-
Piedmontemps, St. Paul's, La Borie, Alt.
Parnassus, Morne Jaloux, Lowther's Lane,
Belmont, Grand Anse, Springs, Upper Lucas
Street, Government House area, and Woolich
(Signed) R. G. OGILVIE,
Acling Superintendent of Public Teorks-.
Public Works Department,
15th March, 1955.
'N pursuance of Section 21 (2) of the above Or i-
nance, I hereby give notice that a copy cf a
diagram and report of Mr. i enry W. Ogilvie,
Assistant Surveyor, Public Works Department,
of a survey made at the request of Mr. Cuthbert
Pierre to demarcate a road from the Public Bye.
way to the property of the said Cuthbert Pierre
with respect to land at Epping Forest, St. David's,
has been lodged by the Director of Surveys in the
Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court,
Dated 15th day of March, 1955.
Registrar, Supreme Court.
In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.
Suit No. 18 of 19i3.
CLTFEORD LION'r'. L JUTIEN 1,
AND OTHRrS J
BY Order dated the 19/h da((11/ f' .Tu 19.ne .,
Sthiere will be o(tfflred for sale at this ollice I,
Fridb l, I/st I/,,'!. 10.l, i n.on : All that lor
of lul(d (ontainiuiii Sixteen IHundred Sqrplr'e t c!
with tmiiing thereon sit;atc at (Grcnville, :i.
Andrew's, Grenada, and albutted and bh)muI.i
described in the plan marked J annexed to ai
Indenture dated the Fourth dai (of October, 196L1.
between Charles Louis de G(le and others and the
Defendant Julieu ard recorded P X page 92.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale a copy of which can le seen at this oflic.
and to tho reduced reserve price of 3,34H.C;!.
C. L. SCIPIO,
Acting Depunt Rii'istrar.
Post of Crown Land Surveyor, Dominica.
PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment on
contract to the non-pensionable post of Crown
Land Surveyor in the Department of Agriculture
and Forestry, Dominica, for period of three years
in the first instance.
Salary will be at a fixed rate in the scale
$2,400 x 120 $3,360 per annum depending on
qualifications. Subsistence allowance will be payable
at current rates when working away from assigned
headquarters. Quarters are not provided.
Transport allowance will be paid at current rates
if the officer is required by Government to maintain
a means of transport.
A free passage to Dominica will be provided to
take up appointment and a free return passage will
be provided on satisfactory completion of contract,
Duties will consist mainly of surveys demai-
cating Crown Lands for resci ves and for sale under
a land settlement scheme as well as the laying out
of contours under a soil conservation scheme. The
post requires an active, responsible person capable
of working on his own.
Applications with details of qualifications and
past experience accompanied by two recent testimo-
nials should be addressed t tthe Administrator,
Government Office, Dominica, B. W.I., and should
reach him not later than 31st March, 1955.
24th February, 1955.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 19, 1955.-(No. 20).
Post of Senior Assistant Mistress,
Girls' High School. St. Vincent.
APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to a
post of Senior Assistant Mistress, Girls' High
The School is :a Government I.nstitution, the
post is lJensionahle, the appoint nont will he subject
to the passing of a satisfactory medical examina-
tion, and will be on probation for one year in the
.\pplicalns should possess a degree of a Univer-
sity within thie British Comm0onw11 ealtih and must
be able to teach one of the subjects History,
Geography, French, Latin, to Higher School
Certificate Standard, and one to -ubsidiary level.
ThIy should also havoi had teaching experience in
Ia secondary Scliool.
The salary of tlhe pc- t is in the scialn .2,O)l x
9G(;--(4.1-. (420 .,: 2UO-i60) per annulm.
Entry into the salary s ,Iede \ill I: determined
according to the lquahli.eationt and experience c.f
Freo passage on first appoiitinenti wi! be provid-
ed for the successful cindidc'.te. Government
otflineiis aro liable to taxation imposed by local
n ci re.trenls.
'i::.iions accompanied by copies olf recent
Ieati'r,.i als should be address. t tthe Assistant
Adlmiistratoor and Estsblishnuio: Officer, i overn-
inmnt Oflice, St. Vinc-ut, and mnush reach him not
later than the Olh01 April, 19o3i.
Vacant Post of Science Mistress, Bishops'
High School for Girls, British Guiana.
of tbire years, but tihe successful enddidate could,
if she so preferred, be appointed on a three-year
contract, in which case, she would be granted on
the .sa~isfiacory conclusion r:f her period of contract
service a gratuity calculated at the rate of 221%
of basic salary for each completed period of three
months' s:xrvice, including approved leave.
6. The successful candidate will be subject; on
appointment to the Colonial Regulations and to
local General Orders and instructions in force for
the time being in so far as they are nnpplie-thle.
7. Yacitioln leave (for both "pensionable" and
Scountract" -I1 is earned at the rate of five days
for eacli coupll:tied month of resident service up to
a mraximunt of six months, suhject to a minimum
tour of two yven'r resident serving.
pensiun:iio.l' appointed woOl.i b) eligible for
". assisted %pai-,." \ihe ln Irnv-lIhn1 to and frolm
levi-, subject t, t i provisio oi funds annu-.lly
hy the L.egislative Council anll ti tihe riuirernents
o0 t he Publi'c: Cil Lhave ( i',aso) legulitions.
I[f ,redir-ited Iromi overseas, for service on con-
t rarcl; th l Mistress would b; provided by Govern-
11lect. with i ass'-tg,' to rh'itsll Guin.1i i i color to
take up iher (ppoiritnieit an I \i, a pIlsso back
to lihe plaec fr',orm wh.iich she was recruited n tlhe
sati.sfiait irn co -pletion of i'mr conrt t.e.
Al phlicitiuin should I., addressed to tlhe
Headblmisties, I-iisbops' liigh Scihol for Girls,
British G(uian;. in time to reach her not later thinmi
the 3Ot! April, 1955. (Copic- 1id not originals Cl
certificates and testimonials sldoull i1 submitled).
17th March, 1955.
Vacant Post of History Mistress, Bishops'
High School for Girls, British Guiana.
P'PLI[CATIONS are invited from suitably
11. qualified persons for appointment to the post APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
of i-cience Mistress, Bishops' High School fr L qualified persons for appointment to the post
Girls, British Guiana. of History Mistress, Bishops' High School for
2. The duties are to teach mainly Science (Girs, British Guiana.
(either Physics or Chemistry or both) including 2. The duties are to tech ma ily Hisbory,
sixth form work to the standard of the Advanced including sixth from work to the standard of the
Level of the General Certificate of[ E.llucation of Advanced Level of the (General Certifi atn of
the L ondon Univ.rsity. The person appointed Education of London Uni versity. The person
will I: expected to take part in some of the extra appointed will be expected to take part in soinm
ce-rriculiar activities of the school in addition to of the extra curricula-r activities of the school in
he!- teaching duties, addition to her teaching duties.
3. Candidates should possess either an honours 3. Candidates should' possess an honours degree
degroo in Chemistry or Physics or a Ge eral in ilistory, or a good General Arts degree with
honours degree with Chemistry or Physics as one lIis:ory as one subject. Prclcroence will bt given'
sul,,'oi,. Preference will be given to a candidate to a candidate who has either some teaching
whti has sone teaching exi;rience,. experience or a Teacher's diph.ima.
4. The successful candidate will he allowed a 4. The successful candidate will be allowed a
commencing salary within the Scalo ef 500 x 23- conuenucing salary within the s.cala .00 x 25-
b(25 per annum appropiriato to her experience E625 per annum appropriate to her experience and/
and/or qualifications ; at present a t temporary cost o'r I I 11i: It,, -,; at present a temporary cost of
of living allowance at the rt.i of :i71. 17.s. lid. per living al owance at the rate of 71. 17s. 6d per
;,nri:um is also payable. Sonie improvement in the annum is also payable. Some improvement in the
ormolumnents may however be expected when emoluments may however be expected when Gov-
Govornment takes a decision on the Repoit of the ermnent takes a decision en the Report of tho
Salaries Commissioner 1934. Salaries Commissioner 1954.
5. The appointment would normally be pension- 5. The appointment would normally be pension-
able, subject to the candidate's medical fitness and able, subject to the candidate's medical ituess and
to satisfactory service during a probationary period to satisfactory service during : probationary period
114 GOVEl'NMENT GAZETTI', MARCH 19, 1955.-(No. 20.)
of three years, but the successful candidato could, i essential. The successful enmdidiates will he
if she so preferred, be appointed on a thi.ee-year required to assume duties by the end of June and
contract, in which ease, she would be granted on early in October, ;:955, respectively.
the satisfactory conclusion of her period of Iontrnct The appoint ei t will each be for one year in
service a gratuity calculated at the rate of 21-'"; of the c first inst;jic,, subject to renewal. Sa.iry is in
basic salary for each completed period or three tlhe scale e1400 x 100-, Lcfi' 1,100 !x 100- 1,400
months' -ervice, including approved leave. per annum, lopending ,o experience and qualifica-
6, The s~icce,-sul candidate will be subject on tions. Single accommod action and boal or a
appointment !o lie Colonial Regulations and to limtlled number of onfutiul-hecd ttts for unmarried
local General Orders and instructions in i orce for or married Officers, ale provided at a deduction of
ihe tie being in so far as they are applicable. 125 iper annum or o.. of salary, respectively.
7. V\catiou leave (for both "pensionable"' :id ieturn first class passage b1y sea will be p:id for
"contract" staff) is earned at th! rate of live daIvcs one persoXn only in each case.
for each completed month of resident service up to I utl:her information may be obtained from the
a maximum of six months, subject to a minimum IIospital Manager and( Secretary, University
tour of two years resident service. College Hospital. Monn. St. Andrew, .Ja:a!ici,
A pensionable appointee would be eligible for B.W.., to whom applications stating age, natsinal-
"assisted passages" when travelling to and from ity and details cf qualific tions and experience,
-leave, subject to the provision of funds annually by together with threere recent testimonials .,r the
the Legislative Council and to the requirements of names and addresses of three referee, should be
the Public Oflicers Leave (Passage) Regulations, sent by the 16th of April, 1955.
If recruited from overseas for service on contract, -
the Mistress would be provided by Government
with a passage to British Guiana in order to take INOTICE.
up her appointment and with a passage back to
the place from which she was recruited on the Surveyor-Draughtsman, Waterworks
;satisfactory completion of her contract. Department, Barbados.
R. Applications should be addressed to the Head-
mistress, Bishops' High School for Girlk- British PPLICATIONS are invited for the above post.
Guiana, in time to rene!, her not later than tihe The post is pensionable with salary in the
30th 1Ipril, 195.-. (Copies and not originals ol scale 1,920. $1,920xi120i-. ','-. Sl14-$3,45(;
certificates and testimonials should be submitted). per annum, plus Cost of Living Allowance at the
rate of $15 per annum. Leave passages are pay-
able at a salary of $2,'2b per annum and over.
University College Hospital of the West Indies Applicants must he conversant with- Tihelolite
and Dumpy Level Surveying and Planetabhle work,
PPLICATIONS are invited for two posts of and must also be able to produce neat tracings, and
S Registrar or Senior liegistrar in the Division know the elements of dranghtsmanship.
of Obstetrics & Gynaccology at the above-named Applications stating ago, qualdications and
teaching hospital which is in relationship with the experience, should be addressed to the Chief
University of London. A higher qualification in Secretary, Public Buildings, to reach hlini not
Obstetrics & Gynaecology is desirable but not later than 26th of March, 1955.
UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE
OTICE is hereby given that a Quarterly Licensing Session, for the Eastern District. for thl hiring
of applications, for the granting of Certificates under the above (rdlinrnce, will be held : the
Court House, Grenville, on Thursday, 24th March, 1955, at 9.00 o'clock in tile forenoon.
Particulars of Application for New Certificates.
Name of Ap.lic:a t. Occupation. lieJic ence. i jcripiol of pre:m.s s oug t o ie 1'l el.
Matthew Alexander ... Proprietor Adelplli i Wall building ;It Adelphi
Celina HIarroo ...i Shopkeeper L'Esterre ,, ., L'Esterre.
Ivy Hannibal ... d. Adelphi ,, ,, ., Adlphi
H. E. ). O'Gilvie ... Pioprietor La Digue Woo ien building at Lat Digue.
8eptimus Redhead .. do Crochu ,, ,, .. ('rci.
Fillington Thomas ... do Paraelete ,, ., Grand Bacolet.
Lawrence Tobias -ihopkeeper Grenville,, ,, Seton James F:reet,
D. (. B. ALEXIS.
for Maglistt it, I:astern Ijis:-,ct.
5thl March. 1! 55.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 19, 1955.-(No. 20).
UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' I ICENCE ORDINANCE.
TOTICE is hereby given tlh it, Qu(a;rirly Licen-in.g Se-iion under ihe above menl;ioned( Ordinance
will be held at the Counrt Ho',ie (Carrircou, by tilh Northern lDistric, JLicclin Biar d to hear
applications, for new Certificates. on Mlonday, the 21st dlU of a-la'nI, 195'5,i at 10.00 a.m.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.
Name of Applie:li. Occp.qtinili ] sidere I srription of premili s sought o be licensed,
Herbert Matheson ... rcchi.ilic Six Jliads O)n i storey wooden huiildin Six Ioad(s.
Beatrice P ritol ...: TIusevife LiEsterre 0; i storey woolen building L'EstCrre.
Joseph Bedeau .. Froprieir ] Belint, Onet storey wooden building, Be]nmont.
l'ryl iMcliaren .. I Ioei'vi Belont, ()ne storey wooden building, Beliont.
Gifford John ... SelopikiCep)r Brunswik One storey wroodea building, 1l. Iswick,
IT. W. TJAYLING,
,4d/ iti0o)?1 7ji s/re7c, NYothern IistrwiCt.
2.5th February, 1955.
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE., 1952,
IN ,pursuance of the require en:Hit.: of section : (2) (a) of the Aid to Pi)oneor Industrice Ordiinance,
19i--2, it is hereby not iliod r ;,'en'a.l inf'orlnation that the (oGovernor in Council proposes to make
fhe uindernentioned .iOer un':e section :3 of the said Ordinance. Any person who objects to the
m'ikingil ol such Order shall give notice in wriring ol' of hi, objection and of the grounds on which le relies
in support tlereof to the Clerk .f i.,0 Executive Council on or before the 28th day of March, 1955.
V. AUGUSTUS ALLIYNE,
Acting Clerk of the Executire Coulcil.
Aid to Pioneer Industries
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO.
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 he cited as
THE (LUMBER SAW-MILLING) ORDER, 1J55.
2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The saw-milling of lumber is hereby declared to be a
pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952, and locally saw-
milled lumber is hereby declared to be a pioneer product for the said purposes.
Made b\i the governor r in Coiinil this
'detinq C/ct-k of the Kvclacile I olilled.
116 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 19, 1955.--(No. 20.)
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
Current Advances for Nutrnegs and Mace are as follows:
Dry 13 .;.
Cracked Griiiler 7 do.
Dried Whole Maco 60 do.
Dried Broken Mace 30 i.
Mace Pickingsh 10 do,
In increasing the advances as above, the Board has taken co gnisanZce of a general request fro:-.
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a lesser surplus at -ie end of the Nutme,.,
1". C. 1LUGIIEF,
Date fixed 14th March. 1955
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