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117


GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


ViL.3 SAIT G, SAtho, ,11


VOL. 73. SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1955. [No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


APPOINTMENTS
No. 7S.
N accordance with the provisions of Section 20
of the Workmen's Compen station Ordinance
(Cap 248), Mr. 1. F. DIAS, Magistrate, Sonthern
District, has been appointed Commissioner for
Workmen's Compensation.
25th March, 1955.
M. P. T 55/36.

No. 79.
If is hereby notified for general information that
Mr. RICHARD KHAN has been appointed as
honorary Consul of Austriai at Kingston, Jamaica
with jurisdiction including Bahamas, Barbados,
Jamaica, the Leeward Islands, the Windward
Islands, Trinidad and Tobago.
Mr. Khan has been accorded provisional recogni-
tion in respect of his jurisdiction in the Windward
Islands pending the receipt of his Commission of
Appointment.
26th March, 19355.

Tourist Trade Development Board.
No. 80.
ITH reference to Ga.-rtle Notice No. 4 Mrs.
W DAISY RENWICK, has been appointed a
member of the Tourist Trade Development Board
with effect from 24th March, 1955, and until 33th
November, 1955, tice Mrs. N. H. BUxo who has
been appointed Assistant Secretary to the Board.

95th March, 1955.
M. P. 4b8 D II.


CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT.
No. 81.
M R. J. L. W. IRELAND, Senior Accountant,
Treasury Department with effect from 18th
May, 1951.
24th March, 1955.
M. t F. 61.

VACATION LEAVE.
No. 82.
M R. I. M. REDHEAD, Chief Revenue and Deputy
S Port Officer, on 4 months and 3 weeks vaca-
tion leave, prior to retirement, with effect from slt
March, 1955.
25th March, 1953.
P. F. 22.

SICK LEAVE.
No. 83.
MR. A. A. LA GRENADE, on 20 days sick leava
with effect from 23rd March, 1955.
25th March, 1955.
P.F. 372.

No. 84.
TIIE following document is circulated with and
T forms part of this Gazette:--
S. 1. & 0. No. 10.-The Opticians (Registration)
Proclamation, 1955.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
26th March, 1955.


3 4s. 7 ey


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1955.- (No. 21).


NOTICE.


A Special Meeting of the Legislative Council is
1. being held at 4.30 p.m. on Wednesday 30th
3March, 19-55, at the Council Chamber, York House,
to mark the occasion of 30 years unbroken service
by the Honourable T. A. Marryshow, C.B.E., as
an Elected Member of the Legislative Council.
The Public are cordially invited to attend.

Government Office,
Grenada.
26th March, 1955.


NOTICE.

Grenada Report 1952-53.

\ limited number of copies of the Grenada
S Report for 1952 and 1953 are available for
sale at Government Office at 48 cents per copy.

Government Otlice,
15th March, 1955.
M. I'. 128l .


NOTICE


fT lF Proclamation published in this issue of the
SGazertte (S.R. & O. No. 10 of 1955) is to be
substituted for the one published in the Gazette on
12th March, 1955 (S.R. & O. No. 8 of 1955).

By Command,


GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.


M.P. 1080/26.


COMMUNIQUE

rI-HE following is the texf of a Resolution passed
1 by the West Indian Conference in Trinidad,
on Freedom of Movement:-
"(1) The preamble to Federal Constitution
should recite as one of object s of Federation
that there should he the greatest possible
freedom of movement for persons and goods
within the Federation.
(0) Sub-paragraph (b) of exclusive Legislative
list in paragraph ( of Plan for a British
Caribbean Federation as agreed by the
London Conference should be deleted.
(3) Control of movement of persons between the
units of Federation on grounds other than
health or security should be placed on con-
current legislative list in paragraph 6 of that
Plan with a provision that any unit legisla-
tion on this matter in force at the expiry of


5 years from date of coming into force of
Federd Constitution should cease to bhve
effect at the "end of a further period of 3
months, unless before the end of such
further period a Resolution is passed by
both Houses of Federal Legislature approv-
ing such legislation. On calculating period
of 3 months no accuunt should be taken of
any time during which House of Represen-
tatives is dissolved. All such unit legislation
should forthwith upon expiry of five year
period, be laid upon the tables of both
Houses, and should he considered by both
Houses before the end of period of 3 months.
Any unit legislation on this matter enacted
after the expiry of five year period, should
have effect only if it is approved by Resolu-
tions by both Houses of Federal Legislature.
Such legislation should forth with upon
enactment be laid on tables of both foouses
and be considered within 2 months of licin
laid, no account being taken of any time
during which House of Representatives is
dissolved or prorogucd.
(4) Control of movement of persons between the
units on grounds of health and security,
should remain, as already agreed, separate
item on concurrent Legislat\e list.
(5) That this Conference express tie wish t!li,
in the interest of early ac'i vomennt of
Federation, its recommendLttions shlouild Io
considered and dcl.ermined by the various
Legislatures at the earliest possible oppr-
tunity.
(6) That consideration of recommendations of
Conference should in no way delay any of
the work preparatory to the establishment
of Federation, including that of the Iiscei,
.Judicial and Public Service Commissions:
and that the British Government shouhli
be requested to proceed with the greatest
possible speed with the completion of pre-
liminary measures to enable the Federation
to be established."
Government Office,
Grenada,
23rd March, 1950.


DEPARTMENT L NOTICES.

TREAS URY.

Towns Administration Ordinance, Cap. 225.

SOTICE is hereby given thAt Assessment List-
in respect of the Town of :.t. George may hoI
seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the otlihe
Towns at the respective District Revenue Ofice-,
from the 1st day of February, to the 30th dayi ,,f
April next, and that attendance will be give:i at
such offices for the purposes of receiving the irate
mentioned in the Assessment Lists.

A. L. DOPWELL,
.4 tin3 Colonial Treasurer,
The Treasury,
1st February, 1955.


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CUSTOMS

TBIHE underemntioned have been seized at St.
L George's and St. Andrew's for a breach of the
Customs Ordinance.
(14) Fourteen bottles brandy-(9 St. George's
and 5 St. Andrew's).
(12) Twelve bottles wine-St. Andrew's.
(5) Five h titles champagnIe.

A. L. DOPWELL,
lAclini! Colonial Treasurer.
Treasury and Customs,
11th March, 1955,

POST OFFICE.
APPOINTMENT
Licensed Stamp Vendor

MR. V. CLAUDE TAYLOR, St. Gecrge's, vice St.
3J1 George's Book Depot, with effect from 23rd
March, 1955.
By Command,
F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.
*Genoral Post Office,
Grenada,
22nd 'March, 1955.

GrenadaCarriacou Mail and Passenger
Service.

Itinerary over Easter Holidays, 1955.

UXILIARY Schooner Lydina A" will observe
L_ the following itinerary :-
Leave St. George's Sunday, 3rd April, 9.00 a.m.
Carriacou, Wednesday, 6th April, 9.00 a.m.
SS. George's, Thursday, 7th April, 9.00 a.m.
Carriacoi, Saturday, 9th April, 9.00 a.m.
St. George's Sunday, 10th April, 9.00 a.m.
,, Carriacou Wednesday, 13th A pril, 9.00a.m.

F. R. PBILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Grenada,
thli March, 1955.

The Taxes Management Ordinance.

TOTICE is hereby given that a copy of the Tax
SRoll for 1955 for each Di)strict is available
for inspection at the Treasury, St. George's, and at
the respective Revenue Ollice.
The days fixed for hearing of appeals against
assessments at the various Court Houses are:--


St. George's
St. David's
St. Andrew's
St. Patrick's
St. Mark's
St. John's


F riday, 15th April, 1955
Monday, 18th
Thursday, l4t.h
Wednesday 21Lh ., ,
ThIurnda!l 21st
Friday nl d2 .
A. L. DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer,


21st March, 1955.


LIVESTOCK CENSUS.


(Under the Livestock (Annual Census)
Ordinance No. 8 of 1953).


A LL owners of livestock and poultry are asked
Sto co-operate fully with the Department of
Ariculture in the taking of a Census of all live-
stock in the colony. This census which will be
carried out during the month of April 1955, wil
be the first of a series of annual livestock counts,
from which it is hoped that the Department will
be able tc assess the islands milk and meat supply
more accurately with a view to assisting the
proper marketing of these products and rendering
more effective the department's schemes for the
improvement of livestock in the colony.
2. Forms have been printed and as from 1st
April will be available at all Police Stations, Post
Offices, Medical Centres, Schools and Agricultural
Stations. Owners of lives ck are asked to call at
the nearest point, (in he case of schools livestock
owners should c ll beIween the hours of 3 and 4
p.m. only), and with the assistance of the atten-
dant at the station to) fill in the fcrm which should
be left with the attendant when completed.
3. Owners of livestock are earnestly requested
to make every effort to make this census a success.
Inaccurate returns will be very misleading and
lead to ill judged policies. Please give your full
co-operation.
4. The census is to be taken in regard to numbers
in the possession of the owner on 1st April 1955,
and all returns should be completed as soon as
possible after that date and in case later than 30th
April 1955.
5. So remember, on the 1st April go to your
nearest station, give the required information, and
so do your part in ensuring a better future for your
animals and for yourself.

(Sgd.) W. R. E. NANTON,
Superintendent of Agriculture.



NOTICE.


INCOME TAX ORDINANCE.


Income Tax Rules.


TOTICE is hereby given that Income Tax
if Returns are required to be forwarded to the
Commissioners of Income Tax not later than the
31sl May, 19.55, by every person whose income
from every source whatsoever was over $480.00,
and every Company engaged in trade or business,
during the year 1951.
2. The lu1nom Tax Forms of Return must be
fully and correctly completed and should show
deductions claimed. Supporting vouchers, partic-
ularly Interest and Life Insurance receipts, are
to be forwarded with the Returns.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1955.-(No. 21.)


3. Employers are requested to submit to the
Commissioner of Income Tax not later than 31st
March, 1955, a list of employees whose incomes
were over $360.00 per annum during the year
1951.
4. Any person who may not have received a
Form applicable to his or her particular case may
obtain such a form on application at the Income
Tax Office, St. George's, or any District Revenue
Office.
5. Attention is invited to Section 59 of the
Ordinance which lays down that failure to comply
with any Rule made under the Ordinance is an
offence.
F. M. COARD,
Acting Comptroller, Income Tax.
The Income Tax Office,
Grenada,
3rd February, 1955.


NOTICE.

The Grenada Banana Co-operative Society
Ordinance No, 57 of 1954.

4 Ll g-rowers of bananas who desire to become
1 members of the Society are requested to
make application in writing for membership so
that a Register of Members could be compiled.
Forms of Application may be obtained from the
Secretary (pro. tern) from collectors of Bananas
and from the District Agricultural Officers.
Applications must reach the Secretary before
the 30th of March so that the register may be
compiled in time for revision before the 31st Marchl
as required by section 12 of the Ordinance.
It is proposed to convene a general meeting ot
the Society on Thursday the 19th April, 1955 for
the election of six members of a Committee, and a
notice to this effect will be published.
(Sgd.) W. A. KNIGHT,
Secretary.
St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.I.
18th March, 1955.
M.P. 275 B.


ANNOUNCEMENT.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme

Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected
Strains of Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1956

I)ERSONS desirous of obtaining rooted cocoa
cuttings from the cocoa stations for planting
in 1956, should apply on the forms provided for
that purpose, entitled : "Application Form for
Distribution by the Cocoa Industry Improvement
Scheme of Grenada.''
2. Application forms should be forwarded to the
Agricultural Officer (Cocoa), Mt. Home Cocoa
Station, St. Andrew's, on or before the 31st May,
1955.


3. Applications for rooted cocoa cuttings received
ofter the 31st May, 79P5, will neither he ack.iow-
ledced nor considered.
4. Application formu, are available at the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, all Agricultural and Cocoa
Stations, and District Revenue Offices. Applica-
tion forms can also be obtained from all members
of the extension staff of the Department of
Agriculture.
5. Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered free o!
charge to the applicants at a point, as noar as
possible to the site at which they are to ibe planted.
accessible at the time to the motor vehicle convey-
ing the plants.
6. The conditions under which rooted cocua
cuttings will be issued are as follows :--
(i) The area selected by an applicant will be
inspected by an authorized officer, as soon
as possible after the receipt of the applica-
tion, for the pulrpope of determining the
suilabilil \ of tihe site in regard to altitude.
soil type, wind protection and other
ecological and environmental conditions.
The applicant will then he notified whether
or not the area is approved for planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no
allocation of plants will he made to the
applicant.
(iii) If the areo is declared suitable, an authorized
officer will inform the appllicant what
mininum 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 I)epartment will render all
assistance, guidance and advice in this
connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which plants will be
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 (0) of an acre.
(v) The area to be planted will be re-inspected
by an authorised officer immediately before
the proposed date of delivery of the plants,
for the purpose of ascertaining whether all
conditions have been satisfactorily 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
considered 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
plants.
7. Applicants are advised to take advantage of
the experience already gained in replanting methods
at the Cocoa Stations and other plots, where re-
planting with rooted cacoa cuttings have already
been undertaken during t h, last. 4 to 6 years.
Applicants are accordingly invited to visit the
Cocoa Stations and to make t.le fullest possible use
of all information that is available.


Superintendent of Auiriculture d
Chairman Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1955.-(No. 21).


Post of Senior Assistant Mistress,
Girls' High School, St. Vincent.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
A qualified candidates for appointment to a
post of Senior Assistant Mistress, Girls' High
School.
The School is a Govornment Institution, the
post is pensionable, the appointment will be subject
to the passing of a satisfactory medical examina-
tion, and will be on probation for one year in the
first instance.
Applicants should possess a degree of a Univer-
sity within the British Commonwealth, and must
be able to teach one of the subjects History,
Geography, French, Latin, to Higher School
Certificate Standard, and one to suiisidiiary level.
They should also have had I emltcinu experience in
a Secondary School.
The salary of the po~t is in the scale S2,016( x
$9!:-$2,688 (420 x r20--.(;0) per annum.
Entry into the salary scale will be determined
according to the qualifications ,id experience of
the candidate.
Free passage on first appointment will be provid-
ed for the successful candidate. Government
officials are liable to taxation imposed by local
enCilctmlents.
Applications accompanied Iby copies of recent
testimonials should be addressed to the Assistant
Administrator and FIstblishment Officer. Govern-
ment Office, St. Vincent, and must reach him not
laier than the 80th, April, 195l5.


NO TICE

Vacant Post of Science Mistress, Bishops'
High School for Girls, British Guiana.

PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
i qualified persons for appointment to the post
of Science Mistress, Bishops' High School for
Girls, British Guiana.
2. The duties are to teach mainly Science
(either Physics or Chemistry or both) including
sixth form work to the stand-rid of the Advanced
Level of the General Certificate of Education of
the London University. The person appointed
will b2 expected to take part in some of the extra
curricular activities of the school in addition to
her teaching duties.
3. Candidates should possess either an honours
degree in Chemistry or Physics or a General
hoonurs degree with Chemistry or Physics as one
subject. Preference will be given to a candidate
who has some teaching experience.
4. The successful candidate will be allowed a
commencing salary within the Scale ef 500 x 25-
C625 per annum appropriate to her experience
and/or qualifications ; t present a temporary cost
of living allowance at the rate of 71. 17s. 6d. per
annum is also payable. Some improvement in the
emoluments may however be expected when
Government takes a decision on the Report of the
Salaries Commissioner 1954.


of three years, but the successful candidate could,
if shie so preferred, be appointed on a three-year
contract, in which case, slic would be granted on
the satisfactory conclusion of ier period of contract
service a gratuity calculated at: the rate of 221%
of basic salary for each completed period of three
months' service, 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 beinginin so far as they are applicable.
7. Vacation leave (for both pensionable" and
So::tract" staff) is earned at the rate of five days
for each completed month of resident service up to
a maximum of six months, subject to a minimum
tour of two years resident service.
A pensioii1blo :ipp,)into e would bi eligible for
assisted passages" when travelling to and front
leave, subject to the provision of finds annually
by the Legislative Council and to the requirements
of the Public Officers Leave (Passage) Regulations.
If recruited from overseas for service on con-
tract, the Mistress would hb providil by Govern-
ment with a passage to Bri't.!,! (uian: in order to
take up her appointment and with a passage back
to the place from which she was iruruited (.u the
satisfactory completion of her contact.
8. Applications should be addressed to the
Headmistress, Bishops' High School for Girls,
British Guiana, in time to reach her not later than
the 30th April, 1955-. (Copies and not originals of
certificates and testimonials should lih submitted).

17th March, 1955.


NOTICE.

Vacant Post of History Mistress, Bishops'
High School for Girls, British Guiana.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the post
of History Mistress, Bishops' High School for
Girls, British Guiana.
2. The duties are to teach mainly History,
including sixth from work to the standard of the
Advanced Level of the General Certificate of
Education of London University. The person
appointed will he expected to take part in some
of the extra curricular activities of the school in
addition to her teaching duties.
3. Candidates should possess an honours degree
in flistory, or a good General Arts degree with
History as one subject. Preference will he given
to a candidate who has either some teaching
experience or a Teacher's diploma.
4. The successful candidate will be allowed a
commencing salary within the scale 500 x 25-
ti25 per annum appropri'to to her experience and/
,ur qualifications; at presuii temporary cost of
living allowance at the ra e of 71. 17s. 6d per
ann in is also payable. ;im improvement in the
emoluments may however, it \peccted when Gov-
ernment takes a decision cn n he Report of the
Salaries Commissioner 1951.


5. The appointment would normally be pension- 5. le appointment would normally be pension-
able, subject to the candidate's medical fitness and aol a subject to the candidates medical fitness and
to satisfactory service during a probationary period to satisfactory service during a probationary period


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of three years, but the successful candidate could,
if she so preferred, bo appointed on a three-year
contract, in which case, she would Ibe granted on
the satisfactory conclusion of her period of contract
service a gratuity calculated at the rate of 22io of
basic salary for each completed period of three
mouths' service, 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 applicable.
7 Vacation leave (for both "pensionable" and
'contract" staff) is earned at the rate of tive days
for each completed month of resident service up to
a maxiniiin of six months, subject to a minimum
tour of two year resident service.
A pensionable appointee would be eligible for
assisted passages" when travelling to and from
leave, subject to the provision of funds aunualls by
the Legislative Council and to the requirements of
the Public Oflicers Leave (Passage) Regulations.
[i recirilted tI'nr, overseas for service on contract,
the Mistress would he provided by Government
with a passage to B3ritish Guiana in order to take
up her appointment and with a passage back to
thie place from which she was recruited on the
satisfactory completion of her contract.
H. Applications should be addressed to the Head-
mistress, Bishops' fligh School for Girls, British
Guiana, in time to reach her not later than the
S3th April, 1955. (Cop'es and not originals of
.coitilicates and testimoniils should be submittedd.


NOTICE,

IT is hereby notlioed that until further notice, the
washing of Motor Vehicles Lwitl pipe borne
water and the watering of flower gardens with
hoecs is strictly forbidden in the following areas :-
Piedmontemps, St. Paul's, La Borie, Mt.
Parnassus, Morn" Jaloux, Lowther's Lane,
Belmont, Grand Anse, Springs, Upper Lucas
Street, Government House area, and Woolich
Road.

(Signed) R. G. OGILVIE,
Acting Superintendent of Public 1 works.
Public Work;-. Department,
Grensda.
15th March, 1955.


University College Hospital of the West Indies

SPPI[CATIONS are invited for two posts of
.1 Registrar or Senior Registrar in the Division
of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the above-named
teaching hospital which is in relationship with the
University of London. A higher qualification in
Obstetrics & Gynaecology is desirable but not
essential. The successful candidates will be
required to assume duties by the end of June and
early in October, 955, respectively.
The appointments will each be for one year in
the first instance, subject to renewal. Salary is in
the scale 800 x 100- ,1000/1,100 x 100 1,400
per annum, depending on experience and qualifica-
tions. Single accommodation and board or a
limited number of unfurnished flats for unmarried


or married Officers. aoe provided at a deduction of
125 per annum or 5% of salary, respectively.
Return first class passage by sea will be paid for
one person only in each case.
Further information may he obtaiined from the
Hospital Manager and Secretary, University
College Hospital, Mona. St. Andrew, Jamaica,
B.W.I., to whom applications stating ago, national-
ity and details of qualifications and experience,
together with three recent testimonials or the
names and addresses of three referees, should be
sent by the 16th of April, 1955.


Post of Crown Land Surveyor, Dominica.

,JPPICATIONS are invited from suitably
1. qualified can dates for appointment oi
contract to the non-pensionable post of Crown
Land Surveyor in the Department of Agriculture
and Forestry, Iominica. for period of three years
in the first instance.
Salary will be at a fixed rate in the scale
S2,400 x 12:0 -.1,.i ). 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
lbe provided on satisfactory completion of contract.
Duties will consist mainly of surveys demar-
cating Crown Lands for reserves and for sale under
a land settlement scheme as woll 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 le addressed to the Administrator,
Government Office, Dominica, B.W.I., and should
reach him not later tihn 31st March, 1955.

Government Office,
Dominica, B.W.I.
24th February, 1955.


UNDER THE BOUNDARIES
SETTLEMENT (ORI)INANCE.

N pursuance of Section 21 (2) of the above Ordi-
nance, I hereby give notice that a copy cf a
diagram and report of Mr. Henry W. Ogilvie,
Assistant Surveyor, Public Works Department,
of a survey made at the request of Mr. Cuthhert
Pierre to demarcate a road from the Public Bye-
way to the property of the said Cuthbert Pierre
with respect to land at Epping Fo:re-t, St. David's,
has been lodged by the Director of Surveys in the
Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court,
Grenada.
Dated 15th day of March, 1955.

GORDON RtENWICK,
1Tilistrar, Stupreimn Con't.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's.
Grenada, B.W.I.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1955.-(No. 21.)

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


G NrA DES


Green


Advance!


Cents


Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


13 do.

7 do.

60 do.

30 do.

10 do,


In increasing the advances as above, the Board has taken cognisance of a general request from
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
Year.
F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed 14th March, 1955.


GRENADA.

fRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE (1:)VE3-VMEIT PRINTING OFFI:;Ug
ST. GEORGE S.
1955


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