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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


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VOL. 73.1 SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1955. [No. 24.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENT.
No. 108.
T is hereby notified for general information that
pending issue of Her Majesty's Exequatur, Miss
GILDA Ii. DULY, has been accorded provisional
recognition as Vice-Consul of the U.S.A. at Port
of Spain, Trinidad.
9th April, 1955.
M3.P. 115 II.

ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 109.
MISS CLARE FLETCHER, Class I Lady Clerk,
Government Office, to act Class I Clerk
Attorney-General's Office vice Mrs. I. A.
WILLIAMS, with effect from 6th April, 1955.
16th April, 1955.
,.F. (07.

VACATION LEAVE
No. 110.
IR. F. M. COARD, Acting Comptroller of
l Income Tax, on 34 months' vacation leave
1;.pri0y to retirement with effect from 16th April,
1955.
16th April, 1955.
P.F. 69.

No '111. .
-ARS. GEORGE CLYNE, Nursing -Superintendd nt,
SMedical Department, 10 weeks' vacation leave
with effect from 12th March, 1955.
16th April, 1955.
P.F. 511.

No. 112.
DR. F. C. ALEXIS, Medical Superintendent, Colony
Hospital, on 9 months' vacation with effect
from 16th February, 1955.
16th April, 1955.
P.F. 498.


RESUMPTION.
No. 113.
ISS LOUISE ROWLEY, Special Grade Olerk,
Government Office, resumed duty on 21st
February, 1955.
16th April, 1955.
'P.. 127.

No. 114.
HON. A. L. DOPWELL, Acting Colonial Treas-
urer, resumed duty on 15th April, 1955.
16th April, 1955.
P.F. 377.



No. 115.
T HE following draft Bills for Ordinances which
I. were introduced and read a first time in the
Legislative Council on the 29th March, 1955,
are published for general information. A copy of
each Bill is issued with this Gazette :-
Bill for an Ordinance to substitute the title of
Labour Commissioner for that of Labour
Officer in all Grenada Legislation.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the
Police Pensions Ordinance.
Bill fdi an Ordinance further to adriend the
Customs Duties Ordinance, (Cap. 59.)
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Merchandise
Marks Ordinance (Cap. 140).
Bill for an Ordinance to repeal and replace the
S Beach Protection Ordinance, 1954%'
(. : .-. ,
By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.

Government Office,
16th April, 1955.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24).


NOTICE.

Cambridge Examinations,
December 1955.

NOTICE is hereby given that the above examina-
tions will take place in December as usual.
The Entry Forms must be returned duly com-
pleted and accompanied by Treasury Receipts for
the Fees on or before Tuesday, 31st May 1955.
The Fees payable are:--
(a) For the School Certificate ... $13.89
(b) For the Higher School Certificate
Approved School Candidates
(full entry) ... $19.20
Other entries (first unit) ... $ 4.80
Each subsequent unit ... $ 2.40
With a maximum fee of ... $21.63
To these mu-u be added the following local fees:
(a) School Certificate ... $3.60
(b) Higher School Certificate ... $5.00
An additional fee of $2.40 must be paid by each
-candidate taking ,Science in any form (except
Hygiene).
H1. I. PI LGRIM,



ED) U CATION.

"The Princess Margaret Scholarship"

NOTIICE is I Teeby given that a, competitive
1 ;1 cxini:m in; will be held at thel Grenada
Boys' Second']:ry School (Tanteen) anmi art IHills-
borougl Government Hehool, Carriacou, at 10
o'clock on 3Iloneity 2.-)h April, 1955, for killing 14
Exhibitions t) mnirk the recent visit of HIr RoyalI
Hlighness the Princess M;argaret to the Colony.
(a) The exhibitions are tenable at any of the
Secondary Schools in the Colony and are
of three years duration.
(1) The exhibitions are of the value of the
school fees plus an allowance of ($8.00)
per annum for books.
(c) The exhibitions are open to competition
only by pupils of the elementary (includ-
ing private) schools who produce certifi-
cates of good conduct and regular
attendance during the two years immedi-
ately preceding the date fixed for the
competition.
(d) Only candidates born after 25th April,
1941 will be permitted to sit the
examination.
'(e) The subjects of examination are as
follows :-
(i) English Comprehension Test
(ii) English Grammar.
(iii) Simple Arithmetic.
(/) Two exhibitions (one boy and one girl)
will be awarded in each of the seven
parishes of the Colony.
(g) The successful candidates will be required
to attend school within fourteen days of
being notified.


Applications accompanied by proper procf of age
should reach the Education Officer (in the case of
Carriacou and Petit Martinique, the District Officer
Carriacou) not later than I'iai. ,I 21st April,
1955.
(Sfd.) A. C. G. PALMER,
Education. Officer.


British Caribbean Currency Board.

Rates of Commission for the Issue and
Redemption of Currency Notes.

(Section 7 (1) of the Cuiency Ordinance, 1950)
Issue:- seven-sixteenths per contum.
Redemption:- one-half per centum.
And in addition to the above rates the cost of any
telegrams sent by the board or by the Crown
Agents in connection therewith.

L. SPENCE,
E:recitire Commissioner
tritiN/shi Caribbrean Cm ren(cI Board.

Headquarters,
Board of CoinuiissionCi s of Currency,
British Caribbean Territories,
Trinidad.
4th April, t.1955.
M. 978 C.


)DEPAR'F'MENTA I NOTICES.

TRIEAS LlU Y.

Payment of General Town Rates. 1955.

JT is hereby notified for gLcneral i info uriation tihat
S Saturday the 30th dl! of April, 9l.SJ, is the
last day fixed for the payment withoutit fie of
General Town Rates in respect of the y'var 1955.
Arrears for previous years are also payable by
the abovementioned date.

F. AI. COARD,
A.ctml Colonial 'Treafsiurer.
The Treasury.
9th April, 1955.


Under the Water Supply Ordinance Cap. 240.

TOTICE is hereby given that tlhe Assessment
o Lists for Water Rates for the year 1955, as
finally determined, may be seen at the Treasury,
St. George's, and the respective District Revenue
Offices, between the Ist da o,!f Mayl and the ;ilst
day of July, 19-5, and that, attendance wiBl be
given during that period for the purpose of receiv-
ing the rates fixed by the several District Boards.

P. M. CARD,
Ifttinq Colmnial Treasur'r.
The Treasury.
9th April, 1955-


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24).


NTOTICE is hereby given that th3 undermentioned
Persons having become defaulters under the
Water Supply Ordinante, (Cap. 240 of the Laws,)
in respect of Water Rites levied by the St. George's
District Board, the properties shown opposite their
names will be offered for sale at Public Auction, on
Friday the .2Iud April, 1955, at the Treasury, St.
George's at 1.30 p.m., for the recovery of the rates
due thereon for the year 1954, and previous years.

A. L. DOPWELL,
AlTing Colonial Treasurer.

Treasury Department,
St. Geo, get's,
22nd Marhb, 1955.


Namne


Alexander, Elaine
Allen, Millicent
ArmstronG, Charles
Baird, Dorothy
Bennett, Inez
Bernard, Stanford
Caesar, Norbert
Charles, Ethelina
Checkicy, George
Christopher, Ralph
Clark, Lima F.
Cox. Doniel
Elizabeth
Est. Elizabeth
Croney, ElizAbeth
Cuinmins, Agnes
Ouniingliani, Flori ce
Dottin, Clifton &


1I at riet,
)o\vwe, .\n];iiine
D)vakes, Clilford
Eiw,, -, -. ;u itina
IerguWon, l-"t. Jatmes
Franc', Agnes
L'st. John
George, \I argaret
Griffith, Ela'ne
Henry, Marie
Hercules, Alfred
Joseph, L.
Hinds Anigelina
Marcus A.
do
do
Hood, Eugeniam
Septimus
Husbhins, C. A.
Jacobs. Est. Henrietta
W. H.
James, Lionel
John, Tromns
Johnson, Dudley F.
do
Jones, Mnrjorie
Julien, Doris
LaCrete, Septimus
La Qua, James
do
Lashley, James
Est. John
Layne, Annie E
Lewis, Annie


Description
Situation of
ProDerty


Cro-s Street
Lucas Street
do
Green Street
Maloney St.
Lucas Street
Williamson Rdl
River Road
Gicen Street'
( -r.nville St.
Melville St.
RivTey' lpoId
Villa A
't. .lule-i St,
White IIall
G-rACIvill, St.
Tyrrel Street


Scolt Street
Briggs Alley
'lTyrel Street
Bla,i Alley
Hills oro
do
do
Williamson Rd.
Trenipe
Gren Street
Williainson Rd.
do
River Road
Sdo
Grenville St.
Wilhamson Rd.
River Road
do
Halifax Street
H/borough St.
Lucas Street
Villa A
Grenville S'.
Lucas St-eet
Bain Ak1y
River Road
Depunthieu
do
River Road
Melville St.
Tyrrel Street
Green Street
Woolwich Rd.
Mortley


1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
ido
,lo
do
do
do


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do

do
de
do
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1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
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1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
2 houses
do
do
1 house
d)
do
do


Name


Lowman, David
Mahon, Elsa
Maitland, Edward
Mitchell, E. A.
Moses
do
Olive
Mose-, Elr.ina
Mc Donald
McEwen, Joseph
Nimbleto, Randolph
Noel, Joseph
Rebecca
Roselia
Nurse, Eric
Olivierre, Watson
Phillip, Lennox II.
Punnett, Alfred
Purcell, L. A.
Roborts, Alexandril n
Benjamin
Ross, Clarissa
Veta
Sandy, Geo. Gay
linger, 'rulstee D.E.IR
l:i ley M.
D.M. & L.A.P

David & Co.
L. D.
JE-t. .lane F.
Spilloe, l't. Florence
Stanislaui, \V. Leo
S:ewart, Frel G.
G ertrude
Stra-han, Matud
Sylvester, K. L.
Tiitt, .Tudidih
Fred
Taylor, Elith )
Wilhelmina
Cashier
Tamplminan, Celena
Thomas, Belzina
Everest,
Topping, Amelia
Wallace, Milta
Wells, Est. Julia
Williams, Cyril
Wiltshire, Aubrey
Aird, Mamay
Juliana
do
do
William &
R saina
Alexander, Louisa
Marie
Alexander, Mary
Percy
Water
Alexis, John
Allen, Joseph E.
Milli,-ent
Ambrose, Mary
Andrew, Abraham
Camilla
E izabeth
Ivy


Description
Situation of
I'ropurtv


Carenage I
Maloney
Grenville St.
St. John's St.
Briggs Alley
Tyrrel Street
Church Street
Melville St.
River Road 2
River Road I
do
Williamson Rd.
River Road
Tempe
Lowthors Lahe
T nteen
Green Street
Villa A.
Cross Street 2
Granby Street
Williains..n d 1
Hallfax Street
Williamnson Rd.
River Road
'4iranihy Sir. 2
('!urch Str. 1
.Grainhy Str.
Hlalifax Str.
(Granhy Str.
Lucis Street
Graniby Str.
'retn S-trc.;t
Cirenage
Church Str.
Lucas Street
St. Jules
W olwich
Villa A.
Vill. 13.

Lucas Street

M:al-ney
Williamson Rld.
Green Street
Tyrrel Street
R'ver Rcad
Melville Str.
River Road
Williamson Rd.
Mr. Parnassusi
Snug Ccrner 2
Marian 1
Lr. Woburn


house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
houses
house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
houses
do
house
do
do
do
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house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

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do
do
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do
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house
do


L/thers' Line do
Grand Mall do
Woodlands do
lt. Parnassus 1 house
Madigras do
Belmont do
do do
Mt. Parnassus 2 houses
do 1 house
Snug Corner do
Onlliste do
Beaulieu do
Grand Anse do
Vendome do


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150 GOVEiNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24.)
,


Name.


Andrew, Minnie
Richard [
Anson, Catherine
Antoine, Cecelia I
Isiah
Mary I
Nesbit
Arnold, Sylvester
Augustine, Madona
Austin, Sarah
Bailey, Christiana .
do
Martin
Bain, Eri
Franklyn
George
Sylvan
Baker, Anna
Baptiste, Alexander
Angelina
Drena
Michael
Bartholomew,
Emily
James
Beaulieu Friendly
Society
Bel-rave. Saville
Bell, Bestley
Benjamin, Dorothy
Benoit, Elizabeth
Horace
Bernard, Ethel
Monica
Bishop, Violet
Blaize, Mairy
Bowen, Samuel
St. Louis
Bratihwaite, J. R.
Rupert
Brown, Jeremiah
Bruno, Adella
Eldira
Floretta
Jabez
Bubb, Sandifrrd
Buckrmire, Edith
Louie
Wilhelmina
Bullen, Joe
'Kingston
Merrydale
Bullen Rupert
W. R. &
M. A.
Cadet, Joseph
Caesar, Septimnus
Campbell, Phillip
Carter, Adolphus
Janetta
Winnifred
Celestine, Agatha
OFerrel
Milton
Charles, Dickson
Elaine
Ernest
Everest
Ivy


pescripuon
Situation. of
Propp.rtv


rand Anse 1
3Bealiea
minA Garden
Jr. Woburn
Belmont
oontenoy
Joliniere
Madigras
Randd Anse
Woodlands
ja Borie
La Mode
Spring
Grand Anse 2
Marian 1
do
Grand Anse 1
3rand Anse
Mt. Pleasant
Mt. Airie
La Borice
Temnpe

Vendome
Mt. Pleasant

Beaulieu
Mt. Parnassus
Springs
Grand Anse
Mt. Airie
Mt. Parnassus
Madigras
Tempe
Mt. Parnassus
Grand Anse
Richmond Hill
Calivigny
Glebe
Ea Borie
Woodlands
Marian
do
Mt. Parnassus
Woburn
St. Geo. Est.
Cherry Hill
St. Paul's
Mt. Parnassus
Grand Anse
La Borie
Cane Garden
Mt. Parnassus

St, Paul's
Calivigny
Mt. Parnassus
Beaulieu
Good Hope
Springs
do
Morne Jaloux
Beaulieu
Wobun
Tempe
Woodlands
Calliste
Beaulieu
Woodlands.


house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
houses
house
do
house
do
do
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do
do

do
do
do
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do
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do
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Name


Charles, Johnnie
Leo
Margaret
Marian
Nollyana
IPandolph
Robert son
Chandler, Elaine


Clarke, Jane
John
Coard, Myrtl
Cobb, Alexan
Ma.rv S
Coutain, The
Cox, Solonmo
Crawford, Sa
Crocker, Joh
Cruickshank,


SPtu;tjocl


Woodlands
lelmont
Grand Mal
Sprig
Beaulieu
Snug Corner
'Mt. Cay
Moliniere


Theresa Springs
St. Geo. Est.
Fontency
e Morne Rouge
der Benalieu
14l:an ddo
n111t Grand Anse
n1 Woodlavds
arah Release Green
n Welcome
Cyprian La Borie


Cruickshank, Emanuel \Vesterlall


Cummings, Eva Grand Ans
Richard Granl I Anse
Daniel, Muriel Calivigny
Emily l'mnond H
Davidson, Mairgiret doi
Delfish, Sideila, Gand An:
Delves, Cornelia p
Mary Belmonti
Devenish, Arthur Gran- Ma
Donald, Henry La Horie
Mildre.! Calivigny
Douglas, Alice Mt. Gay
Douglas, Mary Morne Roi
Theophilus PBoca
Dowden, Mary M t. Morit
Downes, Maybelle Calivigny
Edwards, Courtney Mt. Morit:
Frederick Beaulieu
Lorenzo Mt. Morit:
Myrtle Tempe
Rupert Beaulieu
Elcock, George Mt. Airie
Flavigny, Marie Snug Corr
Francis, Adina Mt. Airie
Alfred Springs
DeFreitas La Mode
Francis, Felicity Mt. Parna
rayman Woodland
O'Reiily Grand An
Wilhelmina Welcome
Garraway, Constanre Mt. Airie
Drucilla Springs
McAuley Woodland
Mary Grand An
Gatts, Cecil Momin: Ja
Elma do
Jerome do
Gellineau, Elizabeth Hope Val
Theresa Glebe
Gentle, Alexander' Madigras
George, Henessy St. Geo. I
Gibbes, Errial Molinmere
Gilbert, Agatha Calivigny
Lewis Glebe
Gilkes, Elliot Gocd Ho1
Gittens, Clarice Bel-mont
Ronald E. Mt. Parna
Gordon, Theresa Springs
Granger, James M t. Parnt


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24).


P2ecroipticn!
Situation (ofF
ProportV


Grant, Ashley
Belando
George
Green, Ernest
James
Grenada
Development Co.
Griffith, Belfridge
E. I.
Elizabeth
Letitia
Vernon
(Guy, Priscilla
Hall, Georgiana
Harracksiigli Cpl, I,.
Harper, Andrew
HaLrvey, Eliza.beth
Hood, Basil
Hopkin, Curtis
Horne, Lillis
iorsford, Henrietta
TIyacinth, Henrietta
I-ypolite, John
Ireland, Joscelyn
Hyacinth
Moslyn
Janies, Agneta
C,,sinan
Napoleon
Joln, Probin
Veronica
Wilhelmina
Jones, David
Joseph, Adolla
Hill
Vivian
Vivienne
Julien, Camnay
Julien, Dora
Eliza
Francis
Harriett
Ivy
J.ante
Marie
Kirtl Cyril
Lam bert, Zitella
La Mothe, Edward
Longdcn, Cornelius
Lashley, Henry
La Touche, Israel
JLawrnnce, Christopher
Leo, Agnes
Alexander
Elizabeth
Nathaniel
Linton, Carmen
Lord, .lane
Nessie
Lowe, C. A.
Maitland, Edward
James
Lawrence
Mapp, Dominique
Hilda
Marcelle, Arnold
Milrecheau, Agnes
Mark, Anna
Beatrice


Mt. Parnassus
Grand Anse
St. Paul's
La Borie
Glebe:

Baillst I'round
Marian
Mornejaloux
do
Marian
Mornejaloux
Beaulieu
Mt. Airie
Cherry Hill
Springs
Snug Corner
Happy Hill
Belmont
Calivigny
Lr. Woburn
do
M:. Airie
Bellevue
Belmont
Grand Anse
More Jaloux
Spring-s
]ontenoy
Moliniere
Woodlands
Grand Anse
Happy Hill
La Mode
Calivigny
Mt. Parnassus
Madigras
do
Beaulieu
do
Snug Corner
Raaulieu
Belmont
lHappy Hill
Springs
Ground Anse
Wobnrn
Ter De
Grand Anse
L/Woburn
WoIurn
Mt. Parnassus
Grand Anse
Belmont
Grand Anse
do
Belmont
La Borie
M t. Parnassus
Mt. Gay
Belmont
do
Springs
Good Hope
Woburn
Springs
Belmont
Gd. Anse Est.
do


1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
rdo
do
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do
do
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ido
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Name,.


Description
Situation of
Property.


Mark, Frederick St. Paul's
Winita Calliste
William do
Marshall, Julien Glebe
Mary do
Matthew. Mr. Marian
Mitchell, Ellen St. Geo. Est.
Elina Beaulieu
Francis St. Paul's
Stephen Mt, Moritz
\lodeste, Christiana Boca
Louis Belmont
Moore, Boysie Gd. Anse Est.
Lillan Callisto
Riteous do
Septi us Springs
Morgan, Albert fI;pe Vale
Mildred Calivigny
Noiiri, Rose do
Morris, Cecily Glebe
Peter Gerald Grand Mal!
Moses, Me Donald Mt. Gay
Munro, I van !Beauhleu
Murrvy, iHilton Grand An.-e
M,-Burr :,, Joseph Vendome
MLoDonald. Adolphus Calivipgny
Godfrey Welcome
Hermena Calivigny
Mclntyre, 1Boysie Grand An;e
Florence do Est.
MeMoo, Edward J. Mt. Helicon
Me( Swivee, Wilhelmina Belmnont
Nelson, Alice R'mond Hill
Edith do
Jonathan Constantine
Joseph MoIiniera
Neversoo, Thomas Vendome
Newton, Cyril Mt. Farnassus
Nimbleie, Ira Glebe
Kenneth Paddock
Noel, Cecelia Lr. Woburn
Elmore Calivigny
Hurhert Mt. (ay
.Mlillie BFllevue
Noray, Malin Vendomne
Norman, Faith Belmont
Ogilvie, Ignatius Tempe
Otway, J stina Belmont
Palmer, Anslem Boca
Pascal, Angelina Lr. \\oburn
Victoria Moliniere
Paul, M hy Mt. Gay
Penny, Antoine Snug Corner
Felix Boca
Peterkin, Elinund Calivigny
Herman Petertieldl
Phiilbert, Bartholomew Tempe
Phillip, lIavid Vendome
lisau Woodlands
Gertrude Clifton
Hilda Grand Anse
Jtliana Belmont
Louisa Tempe
Mary Moiiniere
do Belmont
Victoria Tempe
Pierre, Francis Beaulieu
Pilgrim, Peter Belmont
Pivot, Ada R'mond Hill


1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
2 houses
1 house
do
do
do
do
do
r.o
de
do
do
do
do
do
da
d
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
1 house
2 houses
1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
iio
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
dd
do
do.














GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24).


Nane


Pivot, Virginia
Floyd
Pounder, Mollie
Prescott. Mary
Prosper, Ursula
Purcell, L. A.
do
do
MNosly
Quarle-s, Augustint
Redhead, Virvinia
Renwick, Clifford
David
Richards, Danny
Roberts, Alexanner
Cornelius
Ru er
Robertson, Nina
Lula
Roderiques, Isabelli,
Ross, Bobb
Ewen J.
S.ndy, F. Leonard
0. Donald
Sandiford, Scipio
Pcaantibnry, Oscar
SccHt, George
Sales, B.
Evalina
Mary
Sealey, A.notte
Anton
Simeon, Emily
Rose
Simon, Allin
Simp;son, Lewis
Skeete, Evangelina
Slinger, Dudley
L. A. P.
Small, Eldica
Smith, Agneta
George
Melina
Est. Pierre
Jane
Victor
Snagg, Bertie
Raymdond
St. Bernard, Est.


Situation


Description
ot
Property


R'mond Hill 1 house
More Jaloux do
Tempe do
Grand Anse do
Mt. Parnassus do
MI. Gav io
LaMode do
Belmont do
Vendome do
Woodlands do
Piedmolnteomps do
Cahlvigny do
La Mode do
Calivigny do
Belmont do
Calliste do
Mt. Parnassus do
Mt. Airie do
Mt. Parnassus do
Springs do
Belle Vue do
Boca do
Happy Hill do
do do
leaulieu no
Mt. Parnassus do
C.lliste do
Grand Anse do
Wcburn do
Grand Anse do
Belmont do
Calivigny do
Moliniere do
do do
AMndigras do
Calliste do
Mt. Parnrassus do
Belmont do
'The Tower do
Calivigny do
Grand Anse do
Morllejaloux do
Lr. Woburn do
Mt. Parnassus do
Grand Ause Esi do
Mount Rose do
Mt. Parnassus do
Richmond Hill do


Abrabam HIope Vale


Edith
Melon
Rupert
Scoon
St. Hilare, Margaret
St. .ohn, Ernest
St. Louis, Drucilla
Stephen, Josephine
Adolphus
Stepbenson, George
Sidney
Strachan, Norton
Sidrncy
Streal, Adina'
All:n,
Mayanr
Str ude, Lawrence
Swanson, Rtbecca
Sweeney: Leonora


Springs
Lr. Woburn
tI. Gay
Woburn
Belmnont
Tempe
Calivigny
Vend me
Grand Anse
Be month
Grand Arse
Wohbuin
Lr. Woburn
Good Hope
Mt. Hope
Grand Anse
Mt. Parnassus
Calivirny
Mt. PIrnas-ui


Name


Sylvester, Effie
'Harry
K. L.
('atheri,'e
Telesford, Ronald
Thomas, Albert
George
Folly
Lewis
Richard
Radix
George
Thompson, Harold
Trail, Jeremiah
Trustees, Court
Diamond A. 0. F.
Williams, Catherine
Christiiana
Emanuel
Herman
Jan e
do
Saville
Williamsion, Etlelek'na
Wilson, Brownie
Wiltshire, Rupert
do
Woodroffe, Blaniclri
.Jlmes P.


Good Hope
Fontenoy
Paddock
Grand Anse
Mt. Hops
Melrose
(;rnd Anse
Fontenoy
Veil i0oui
Beliont
Forntcr oy
Beiaulieu
lt. Helicon
Graitd An.e

M t. Parnassu
Beausejour
Beaulieu
do
BIelmontr
I ;ppy Hill
Lowther' R1d
Wondla nds
Mt. Airie
R/lmod Hill
Paddock
\Vestorhall
Granid Anse
dlo


J)escr:ptiLon
o f


I house
2 houses
1 house
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do
d(


do
do
do
do
do
do
houses
house
do
do
do
do
do
( o


NOTICE.

Post of Community Development Officer.


\ PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
T. Community Development Olficer for employ-
nent, in the first instance, under the Aided Self-
Help Housing Scheme.
2. (a) The post, which is non-pensionable, is
for a period of two years in the first instance and
carries a flat salary at the rate of $1,920 per
annum.
(b) An appropriate allowance will be paid in
respect of travelling required to be done under the
Scheme.
3. The duties of the post ;arc:-
(i) To explain the principles and methods of
Aided Self-Help, :and to present the details
of the programme lo the community.
(ii) To interview persons who apply for par-
ticipation in the Schente.
(iii) To organise the gr. ups of self-helpers who
have been selected for the projects.
(iv) To help in stimulating groups, and to
advise solutions for individual and group
problems.
(v) To perform any other relevant duties as
may be diree ed by the Superintendent
of Public Works.
4. Applicants should have some training in the
basic principles and methods of community develop-
ment and organisation and should state in their
applications tihe following information :-
(a) Age.
(b) Schools attended and certificates obtain 3d.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24.)


(e) Present and past employment in date
order.
(d) Emoluments of post in which at present
or last employed.
(i) Experience in work of similar kind to that
required in post now advertised.
(f) Marital status and number of children if
any
Applications not: containing this information will
not be considered.
5. Applicants should also furnish copies of testi-
monials (Nwhich will not be returned) certified as
true copies by a J.P., Minister of Religion or Head
of Department.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, Government
Office, St. George's, and should reach him not later
than 21st April, 1955.

Government Office,
Grenada.
4th April, 1955.
.M. r. CW 354/65 A.



LIVESTOCK CENSUS.

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



VLLo owners of livestock and poultry are asked
1 eo en-operate fully with the Department of
Agriculture in the taking of a Census of all live-
stork in th' colony. This census which will be
carried out during the month of April 195., will
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 livestock are asked to call at
the nearest point. (in the case of schools livestock
owners should call between the hours of 3 and 4
p.m. only), and with the assistance of the atten-
dant at the station to fill in the form 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 hotter future for your
animals and for yourself.

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


NOTICE.

Tenders for Supplies to Government
Institutions, &c., for the year, 1955.

QEALED Tenders will be received at this office
k until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, 20th April.
1955, for the supply during the period 1st M'ay,
1955, to 31st December, 1955, of such quantities
of the undermentioned as may be daily or
otherwise required for the use of tlhe several
Government Departments and Institutions in the
Town and Parish of St. George-
(a) Fresl Beef with bone ... per l).
(b) Fresh Beef without bone ... per lb.
Tenders are to be addressed to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, nmrked on the envelope, Tender
for supply of Beef to Government Institutions,
&c."
Copies of the form of Bond to be entered into,
and of the forn of tender, and any further parti-
culars desired, can be obtained on application at
Government Office.
No account for beef supplied by a Contractor
will be passed for payment the Treasury until
his bond shalll have he-i duly executed.
The Government does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender and reserves the )power
of accepting any part of the tender.
Nothing in any contract which may he e'itered
into vwil be considered. as affecting the right of
the Government to) import at any tlin,, any
article it may require, notwithstanding such
supply is contracted for locally.
In the case of the :Menital Hospital, Richn!ond
Home and Richmond Hill Prisons delivery of
beef must be made to the Institutions and Prison
Cart at the door of the Contractor's prImises.

Conditions of Contract.
1. The Contract to be froni 1st May to the 31st
December, 1955 inclusive.
2. The contractor undertakes to deliver beef ;at
his own expense into the Stores4 of (Institutions)
at the agreed price, at such days, at such times,
and in such quantities as may he stated on the
requisition of the Head of the Department or
Officer in charge, and for the purposes of such
delivery any time so specified by the Head of the
Department or Officer in Charge, shall be deemed
to be of the essence of this Contract.
3. Such beef supplied must lie of unexceptionable
quality, and according to the samples or specifica-
tion which accompanied the Tender, in cases where
such sample or specification was submitted.
4. Any beef considered by he Head of the
Department or the Officer in Charge to lie of
inferior quality may be rejected by him, and shall
be immediately removed and replace by the
Contractor at his own expense, without any
allowance being made to him for sucli heel.
5. If the rejected beef is not removed within (;
hours from the time notice shall have been given
to the Contractor, it will be returned to, and at
the expense of the Contractor; provided that if the
Contractor gives such explanation as may be satis-

*This does not npply to certain cases, which
may he ascertained on application at the Govern-
ment Office. It will apply to the Colony Hospital
and to the Government Printing Office.


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154 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

factory to the Governor, such reduction shall not
be made.
6. Should the Contractor neglect or refuse to
replace rejected beef or to supply any of the beef
contracted for at the time stated in the requisi-
tions, the Head of the Department or Officer in
Charge shall be at liberty to purchase the said beef
from other persons; and the difference between the
price paid for such beef and the contract price shall
be deducted from the next payment made to the
Contractor.
7. The Head of the Department or Officer in
charge may, if he should deem it necessary,
purchase beef at once to replace rejected beef.
8. If the Contractor should fail to comply with
pagrgraph 3, or commit any of the irregularities
mentioned in paragraph 6 the Governor in Council
shall have power to terminate the Contract
immediately or at such time as may appear to himi
proper or convenient.
9. The Contract may be determined at any time
by three months' notice being given either by the
Contractor to the Colonial Secretary or by the
Colonial Secretary to the Contractor. Such notice
shall be deemed to relate to the whole Contract
and not to any item or items thereof.
Government Office,
St. George's.
4th April, 1955.
M.P. 195/1/55.


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

SEALED Tenders are invited to supply the
Cocoa Stations with potting baskets, for the
period 1st Mlay to 31st July, 1955.
Details of the design and type of basket will be
supplied on application to the Agricultural Officer
(Cocoa).
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, St. George's, marked "TENDER
FOR SUPPLYING POTTING BASKETS", by
4.00 p.m. on the 20th April, 1955.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.


ANNOUNCEMENT.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme

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

)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.


, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24.)


3. Applications fur rooted cocoU ,utlltings received
after the 81st May, 195-5, will neither be ackznow-
ledged nor consid-ered.
4. Application forms 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 numbers
of the extension staff of the Department of
Agriculture.
5. Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered free of
charge to the applicants at a point, as near as
possible to the site at which they are to ho 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 selecel.d bv an applicant will be
inspected ,y an autllihised officer, as soon
:is possible afterr the ro.cipt of the applica-
tion, for the purpose of determining the
suitability of the sito in regard to altitude,
soil type, wind protection and other
ecological and environmental conditions.
The applicant will t'on he notified whether
or not the area is approve: for planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
i e unsuitalI for planting cocoa: clones, no
-allocation of plants will be made to the
applicant.
(iii) If the aro: is declared suitable, an authorized
officer will inform the applicant what
minininii 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 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 (:) of an acre.
(v) The area to be planted will be re-inspected.
hv an authorized 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 ol
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 cocoa cuttings have already
been undertaken during the last 4 to 6 years.
Applicants are accordingly invited to visit the
Cocoa Stations and to make the fullest possible use
of all information that is available.

Superintendent of Aqriculture d:
Chairman Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.












':OVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No. 24.) 155


EXECUTION OF JOHN CUM1BERBATCH

rIfTE execution of JOHN CCMBERBA'PCH who was
S found guilty of the murder of CONRAD
)MASANTO, oad sentenced to death by the Supreme
Court on the 15th February, 1955, was carried out
in the Richmond 11ill Prisons at 8 a.m. on the
14th April, 1955.
Government Office,
St. George's,
14th April, 1955.

NOTICE

IT is hereby notified for general information that,
in pursuance of the powers vested in him
under the L and Acquisition Ordinance, 1945, the
Governor hna been pleased to appoint Mr. D. K.
SAMUNI~ to be the Authorised Officer for the
purposes of ti.h acquisition of the following lot
of land :-
All that lot of land situate in the parish of St.
George in the island of Grenada containing
approximately 30 acres owned by ENID SARAH
IERGUSON and bounded on the North and South
by other I lands of Beausejour Estate, on the


East by the Main Road, and on the West by the
sea. This area is in the vicinity North of the
Medical Visiting Station, and is commonly
described as The Fence".
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
SActint Government Secretary.
Government Office,
6th April, 1955.

UNDER THE LAND AND HOUSE TAX

ORDINANCE

OTICE is hereby given that the date fixed for
hearing appeals against the assessment of
Land and House Tax for tle year 1955 in the
Parish of St. John's is Friday the 22nd day of
April, 1955 at 9 o'clock in the forenoon at the
Magistrate's Court House, Gouyave; and further
take notice that all objections to assessments
must be given in writing to the Magistrate at least
TEN days before the date fixed for the hearing of
appeals.

F. R. CRAIG,
for Jlaqi.itrate, lWestern Districl.


SUPREME COURT NOTICE.

rlFJI ERt will be a sitting of tie Supreme Court at Grenada in its Original and Summary Jurisdictions
I commencing on Wied1irsday 4th May, 1955, at 9.30 a.m. The following matters have been set
down for hIearing :-


Date.
4tlh May. 19J,;.-Dubt.
W. E. Julien & Co, Ltd,
E. Gittens Knight
Jonas Brown & Hubbard Ltd.
Louisa A. Springer


iElias D. John

Henrietta Nyack
5th May.l 1955.
Norma Jane Thomays
Beatlrice Clara
1Emotianuel M- ciLaren
Egbert DeGannes
9th May. 1955.
Barbara Lewis
Vera Munro
Adolphus Mills

17th Mayi, 1955.
Cecil Alexander Lowe
W. E. Julien & Co. Ltd.
1;,'h f..y, 1955.
Pilton G. Hosten

17t/l May, 1955.
Agnes Phillip
Wellington Campbell
Evadney I ouglas
19th May, 1955.
Joseph Ambrose

lothi May, 1955.
Norbert Brizan
25th fMay, 1955.
Neville Bailey
Byron St. Bernard
Jerome Paul


Parties.


... Vs. James Pascall
... V. Adrian L. Mitchell
... Vs. Edzel Thomas
... Vs. Mabel llorsford
2. Interpleaders.
... Vs. Hutchinson Stroker or Striker and
Levi Andrew
... Vs. Juanita Duncan

... Vs. Lewis C. J. Thomas
..Vs. Lionel A. Clara
... Vs. Dorothy V. McLaren
... Vs. Mary DeGannes & Josiah Gibbes

... Vs. Theophilus McSween
... Vs. Jerome Campbell & Lyris Cadore
... Vs. Diana Mills & William Jones & James
Fraser

... Vs. Agatha Donald
... Vs. A. J. McMillan

Vs. Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Associa-
tion

Vs. Augustine Richards
Vs. Ethel Francois
... Vs. Theophilus McSween

... Vs. Frederick Dwarica Cyril Archibald
(Charles llerry

... Vs. Precious Polite

.. Vs. H. E. L. Hosten
Vs. Frederick Mirjah & Ronald Giittens
Vs. Edward Andrew


No. of Suit.

12/55 s
15/55 s
18'55 s
20/55 s


16/53

64/53

3/55 o
75/54 o
183/54 o
122/53 o

47/54 s
6(i/5:i s
153/52 o


26/53 o
22/54 o

(;3/53 o


59/54 s
68/54 s
95/54 s

70/53 o


71/54 s

157/54 o
119/54 s
70/54 s


GORDON RENWICK,
Registrar, Supreme Court.












156 GOVERNMENTT GAZETTE. APRIL. :, 195:.-(No. 24).

LABOUR. DEPARTNI ENT,
4 It FIN ADIA,
31st March, 1953.
111' following memorandnm on the slh)ect of Cont-of-Living Index Figurei. in so far as the working
I eis families ir- ; concerned, is published for general information.
JOHN R. DABREO
__.-\I tng Lahboiir O(i/err.

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

The Cost-cf-Living Index for all items at the end of March, 1955. was i)2, aw the
following table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each mouth as compared with
the basic year (Aui,ist, 1939) taken as 100:-


Year Jan. Feb. i Mirch April May


June I


172 169 171

172 176 177

182 1.82 13.

182 182 182

195 196 199

212 212 213

205 i 205 205

220 220 220

220 232 235


July






171

178

1.80

184

199

209

204

220

277

287

291

291


100



172

179

180

184

204

209

204

220

277

284

291

291


Oct. Nov. Dec.


179

184

20 S

20

204


25,1-
258

284

290

291

i..


173 173

169 169

179 !79

180 181

190 190

206 20P

226 206

213 22o

216 216


25- 262 263

2S4 284 284

289 289 289


291


291 291


Statistics for March, 1955.
All items ... ... 192%
Food only ... ... 208%
Food: The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into accountt in the food group
was the same as at 28th February, 1955, and 208% higher than at 1939.
Rent: There has been no change recorded in the general level of the working-class rents.
Fuel and Cleaning: There was no change in the figure fcr this class during the period under
review. The increase of 163% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for :Hth February, 1955,
remained unchanged.
Clothing: Infoimation collected from retailers indicated that at 31st March, 1955, the
average level of retail pies of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the working-class families
was the same as at 28th February, 1955, and 188% higher than at 1939.
All Others : There was nb change in the prices of the articles under this group. The increase
ul 95% on tle 1939 prices shown in the figure for 28th February, 1955, remained unchanged.
All Items: 11 the average changes in the cost of all the foregoing items are combined in accord-
ance with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, tho resultant general
average increase at 31st March, 1955, was the same as at 28th February, 1955, and 192% higher than
at 1939.


17:3

1GS


174

167


181 1I1

182 182


190


210 21.0


1945


1944




1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955


206

220

216

264

289
1


216
i


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 1955.-(No.

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


GIR'ADES


Green


24). 157


Advances


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 28th March, 1955.


GRENADA.

PIfINTl, BY THE (OVERNMEN1 PRINTER AT THE (OVBBNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST. GEORGE'S.
1955


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