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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: June 25, 1955
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GRENADA.



Government Gazette.


unblish ch by authority.


VOL. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1955. [No. 38.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.



ACTING APPOINTMENT.
No. 188.
1JTH reference to (Gi.attel Notice No. 21 of
S2U0th Janual-y. i955. MIr. E. S. GITTENS will
continue to act as Assistant A:m:inistrator. with
effect from '24th June, 1955, until further notice,
hdriingi the performance of special duties by the
Honourable C. B. GIbBS.
Mr. GEO. F. HOSTEN, Clerk of the Legislative
Council, will continue to act as Government
Secretary until further notice.
25th June, 1955.
P.r. 129.
9(;.
232.


APPOINTMENTS.


No. 189.
SR. N. A. L. MILLER, to l)e
I Government Office, with
January, 1955.
25th June, 1955.
P.F. 775.


a Class II Clerk,
effect from lst


No. 190.
T is hereby notified for general information that
Mr. DONALD H. ROBINSON has been accorded
provisional recognition in the Windward Islands
in his capacity as American Consul attached to
the Consulate General in Trinidad.
24th June, 1955.
M.P. 115 II.


No. 191.
F HE undermentioned Ordinances which have
r been assented to by Deputy to the Acting
Governor and His Excellency the Acting Governor
are published with this issue of tle Gazette :
No. 8 of 1955.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Police Pensions Ordinance.
No. 9 of 1955.-An Ordinance to repeal and
replace the Beach Protection Ordinance,
1955.
No. 10 of 1955.-An Ordinance to substitute the
title of Labour Commissioner for tiat of
Labour Oficer in all Grenada Legislatioi.
No. 11 of 1955.-An Ordinance to anmend the
Merchandise Marks Ordin,.nce, (.L. 140).
No. 12 of 1955.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Customs Duties Ordinance, (Cap. 59).
No. 13 of 1955.-An Ordinance to amend ti e
Cocoa (Cess) Ordinance, 195).
Copies of these Ordinances may be sew'n at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the
'Tre isury, District Revenue and Post Offices, and
Police Stations.
25th June, 1955.

POST VACATED
No. 192.
RB. M. M. JONES, Class I Clerk, Post Offic&
1 epaitment, has been absent from duty
without permission with effect from 31st May,
1935', and has, in consequence, been regarded as.
having vacated his post.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
25th June, 1955.
M.P. r.F. 161.


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GOVERNMENT GAZET4IJUNE 25, 1955.-(No. 38).


THE PRINCESS MARGARET SCHOLAR-
SHIPS.

RISING out of a motion passed in..Legislative
I.V Council on 20th December, 1954 o.overn-
ment approved the provision 'f scholarships to the
Secondary Schools for fon! tee boys ;mi girls from
the Pruiary Schools of Grenada,, Carriac.u andi
Petit laittinijque, to mark the recent, visit of fHer
Royal Hilghness The Princess Margaret to Grenada.
On the results of a competitive examination
held in \pril, 1955, scho warships for three years
have been aiwardel to the following:
Norma Cox
Still.;n Alexis
Morris Mathlin
herron Iletcher
Martin Ma Laen
Charmaine Wilson
Eileen Spcede
Archiibald Ilannawtay
Sylvi.i, hMureray
Luke Bencit
Thadldeus Olivierre
Esther l-lary
l ;'yl If i ie
G'4,tge Brizan.

Govt_'-:1i1uent Oflice,

24th June, 1955.

Canadian Government Trade
Commissioner in Trinidad

IT is herebl)y notified lor general infornationl
that, Mr. 1). 1;. LAIH'(HTUN\, 'orelign S rice
Officer (Giade 2, Acting .griculttual Secretary in
Carac';.s, has Iben transferred t.o Por'. of Spain,
'Trin:i;ci, to take charge of the office there during
tl.e absence of Mr.. ). MV. L.A., Canadian
government Tra le commissioner with effect from
Ma.., 955.
Mr. LA GHTON 'S title will hIi, Acting C'anaidian
(;:vern.ent, Tr.'(ie Commissioner ani his territory,
in addition to Trinidad, will include Barba'ios,
the \indward andl Leeward Islaiis, British,
)I )tcl and French Gutiana and the F'Uich \VWest
Itldics.
Government Office,
St. George's,
Grenada,
16th Jiunn 1955.

VETERINARY (FFI(CERi

Change of Residence

IT is notified for the information of the general
Public that the Veterinary CflicL'r is now
resident at Richmcond Hill in the quarters until
recently occupieId by the Senior Medical Officer.
Persons wishing to contact the Veterinary
Officer may now do so by telephoning St. George''s
28i.

W. R. E. NANTON,
Sicerintewlenot of Algric'ultri'.


N NOTICE.

Road Closing.

i01 the p-irpose of carrying out alterations .(,
Sthe .Pearls Causeway the section of River
SAtoine Road leading to Pearls Airport will he
closed, as from 19th June, 1955, for a period of
approximately five.weeks.
Persons travelling to and from the Airport are
advised to use the route through Sw-et Home.
R. G. RAE,
Superintendent of Public TI'ork,.
Public Works Department,
St. George's.
8th June, 1955.


NOTICE.

fT is hereby notified for general infcrniation that
I POISONING OF CRABS in the Queen's
Park arei, will cominience on 20th TJune, i955.

H (. R\AE,
,Slaperi ene :l'nt o/f i'tP lic 1l1-r],.s.
Public Works Dep;artment,
St. G(eorge's.
13th May, 1955.

INO CE.

.TIT i the improvement in the water situation,
T the restrictions relative to watfritil of
flowers, wasiing of cars, &c. are iow lili.cd. This
loes not ;'can tljiat any less care should hie exer-
cisod in the use of pipe borne \waver: on the
contrary tho next eight months should be iied by
residents to develop a sen;e (of losp nsibility ;an:i
economy in the use of wa:;er.
i. G(4. J- \E.
Slperinte'lt-ld of Pahic 1 11,ks.
Public Works Department,
S.. George's.
]6th .June, 1955.

1)EPARTMENTIAl NOTICES.

POLI CE.
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations.

riJlHE attention of all Omnibus owners is drawn
to the iMotor Vehicles and lioiad Traffic
(Amendment) Regulations. 1955. published as S.11.
& 0. No. 24 of 1955.
Owners of Omnlibuses ,\hla desire to convert
their huses into freig-in/pi.ssenger vehicles must
first obtain a certificate f'rom the Inspector of
Vehicles that the freight co'np:artrment sati-l'e.s the
.provisions of paragraph (2' of S.R. & 0. No. "24 of
1955.
Converted buses must be taken to the Traflic
Department, ',l George's, lor inspection Ihtwveen
1st .1uly, a1.u5, and 31st July, 1955.
J. i;. A. AUSTIN,
ChIer of Police.
21st June, 1955.













(OVIVVEfNMENT GAZETTE, ,UT1E' 25,'1955.- (No. .8.)


T IASURT Y.

The Motor Vehic'es anid Rbad '-Traffic
Ordinance, 1938.

Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period,'1st July to 31't December, 1955.

Regulation 22 of t'he Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Regulations, 1938.


( \NE', S of Public Servioti- V'hlicle' (including
Motor Outnilouses and llirin i' oas), Goodsn
Vehicles and T'Iailers, are hereby notified tha!. the
h'ulf-yearly inspection of tinesu %ehiic!,. will com-
inenceo :'s foll \\-:--

(iGrirille oi'ice Nation :
Thl irslsay, 2nd JIm 1: ';.
T :r-(af ., I t-' ,Jal unt,' !i' ;.
'Thu sdaiy, :3 th .lune, '.l .
From 0 .()(0;t... to 3.U p n!.

Saoleui Pol'ice taftimn :
Frida;i "Ird June, i15,5.
Fridlhy, '17th '.nne, 1 .
Friday., 4th June, 1\.55
n Frim 9.L a.in to 3.0(i p.m.

Goi/nar; Polir/' Station :
Monday. (th June; 19.)55.
'i'm Ji).00 a.1:. to 3.00 1).;n.
AIconday. 13thl Julne, 19.
1'roui 12.30 1) in. to 3 00 r'. .

V1ctria 'Policr, SIItion :


Monday, 133th June, 19515.
Froll 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 n1o n.
Monday. 'Ithli J ine, 1I955.
From 9.00 a.m. to "}.(;J p.m.

,St. (ira,,cr's TrJIafic ]r.,ii', \er" Fire
Wednesday. 1st J une, 1 955.
\\ednesll- y, 8th June, !1955.
VWedlnesday, 15th1 .June. 1955.
'Wednesday, 2i1nd June, 1955.
Tuesday. 2-th June, 1955.
Fromil 9 00 a.m. to :3.00 p.m.

OCarriacoii Police Station :


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15th July


Monday, 111511th July to Friday,


11roml ').00 a inl. to 3.00 p.m.

Owner- i' sihli vehicles are advised to pay
inspection Ites :'omi now onwardst at their respective.
District Reveinule Offices andl thlon a approach the
Inspector of Motor Vehicles at the New Fire
tiatiol,, Cal-renaige, St. GCorgoe's, inll advance with :a
view to aiffteting any alterations that may tie
necessary to comply with the provisions of the
Motor \:Vehiles and lRoad Trailic Ordin since 19.8,
and of the Reg:atrions made thereunder.
Vehicles must )be presented in a thorl'-oughly clean |
condition, and must have been recently overhauled.
The body nind wings, axle, clias-is, frame, steering
arms, springs, trackrods, ) ahke connections,


shackles, bolts, niits, split pins engine, engine shield
nd, case, -clutch, gearbox, magneto or col, Pir filt er
at'burettod. 'nrl'all working part.' n; he' cla'e1d1
in order to admit of p oper examiniition. UC ost
covers, if used, n.ust be ,-emoved before presentrI ion
in oider to admit of an examination heing naClde ill
full. All split pins, etc., must- be clearly exposed,
also) chassis arid engine numbers. Drivers' seats
must be securely fastened so that the (river can
have proper control over the vehicle. Spot light?,
musical lorns and whistles are strictly prohibited.
Hach vehicle must have its tare and mnixiinum
gross weight painted in white figures not less
than inches in height upon a black ground in a,
conspicuous place on the right or offside of the
vehicle.
The registered identification marks on all vehicles
iiu-t conform to provisions of Regulations 7, 8 and
9 and the Second Schedule to ihe oRgulation Nc.
35 of J938, "and be in such a condition as to render
each letter or figure readily distinguislhauhe. The
attention of owners of .Motor and Goods Vehidles
is specially directed to 'Regulations 23 (il) (a)
reig~irding the position of front lamps. Spotlights
will not .be allowed except with the written
approval of the Licensing A.uthority.
The attention of owners of Hiring Cars and
Motor Onmnibuses is directed to the Motor Vedhicles
anl Road Traffic (Amendmeal) Regulatlions, No. 6
of 1944, as amended by the 'Motor vehicles ind
Road Trfflc (Amendinent No. *) Reguhlatlos o.
70 of 1916 which requ're tliat printed copiess (.f tile
Tariffs of .\laxirnuin Fares be displayed in ,-uch
Vehicles. Those ate now available and mav be
purchased at tlh Tre',-lurv, t. Geoigme's, ;iiid at ainy
Uistric:, RtIveLnue Oflice,, at cents per coVy.
elhieles which Ibhive been Ifound liyv tli
inspector to have defects must not be used c.- tihe
roads until they have heo" issued witl a ICertifliente,
certifying thItt, the Vehicles may ba duly licensed.


A. L. IOPtWELL,
Ac.l/ing olon0ial Trfiasxrer,
Licr sins .11 .1 0lthiority.



General Certificate of JEducation.


I1H-IS examination will be held in November of
this year.
The entry fee for a subject at Ordinary level
will be ten. shillings and for a subject at Advanced
Level One Pound. Besides the above, a local fee
of Four Dollars must he paid into th,. Treasury
and forwar.ied with the application for entry.
Candidates taking ai Science subject r;quiril:g a
practical examination must pay an additional Four
Dollars for'each subject.
The closing dite for entries to be received for
the November examination is 31st July, 19-55.

I1. H. PIIG rim,
Lo,'*la SC re*tar(it .
21st May, 1955.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 25, 1955.-(No. 38).


TREASURY.


Under the Water Supply Ordinance Cap. 240. Vacan


TOTICE is hereby given that the Assessment
Lists for Water Rates for the year 1955, as
finally determined, may he seen at the Treasury,
St. George's, and the respective District Revenue
Offices, between the 1st day of May and the 31st
day qf July, 1955, and that attendance will be
given during that period for the purpose of receiv-
ing the rates fixed by the several District Boards.

F. M1. CARD,
Actiny Colonial Treasurer.

The Treasury.
9th April, 1955.



Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st June, 1955.


Average circulation
during April, 1955 : British
Caribbean Currency Notes ...
Demonetized Government
notes (outstanding) ...


$54,352,092.00

1,482,001.00
$55,834,093.00


British Caribbean Currency Notes
in circulation on 1st June, 1955
Trinidad & Tobago (includ-
ing Montserrat) ... $27,497,015.00
Barbados ... 5,680,625.CO
British Guiana ... 13.847,211.50
Grenada ... 1,866,100.00
St. Vincent ... 529,400.0(0
St. Lucia ... 934,000.00
Lominica ... 1,028,400.00
.Antiua ... 1,544,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1,477,500.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes
Demonetized Trinidad & Tobago
Government notes
outstanding ... $979,3
Demonetized British
Guiana Government
notes outstanding ... 34S,2
Demonetized Barbados
Government notes
outstanding ... 94,9
Total Government notes
outstanding ...

Total Circulation on
]st June, 1955 ...

L. S.


$54,404,551.50


190.00


l08.50


42.00

1,422,540.50


$55,827,092.00

SPENCE,


E.xecutivtc Commissioner
British Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.


NOTICE.


cies for Mistresses, Bishops High
School for Girls, British Guiana.


A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
i.t qualified persons for appointment as Mis-
tresses, Bishops' Hi-h schooll for Giris, Britishi
Guiana.
2. The duties are to teacl two or more of the
subjects English. Flisiory, Latin; French. chiefly in
the middle school, though there might ie some
opportunity for work it the standard of the Ordi-
nary Level of the General Certificate of Education.
The persons appointed will be expected to take
part in some of the eotra curricoul- activities of the
school in addition to her teaching duties.
3. Candidates should possess a Hachelor of Arts
degree either General or with Honours, A
Teacher's Diploma or an equivalent qualification is
desirable but not essential.
4. The successful candidate will be allowed a
commencing salary within the scale L500 x s'25-
[625 per annum appropriate to her experi-ence
and/or qualifications; at present a temporary cost
of living allowance at the rate of "71. 17s. ;d. per
annum is also payable. Some improvement in Ihe
emoluments may however be expected when Gov-
ernment takes a decision on the Report of the
Salaries Commissioner. 1954.
5. The appointment would normally be peusicn-
able subject to the candidate's medical fitne-s and
to satisfactory service during a probationary period
of one year, but the successful candidate could if
she so preferred, be appointed on a three-year
contract in which case she would be granted, on
the satisfactory conclLsion cf her period of contract
service, a gratuity calculated at the rate of 22")
of basic salary for each completed period of tilreo
months service including approved leave.
'. The successful candi late will be subject on
appointment to the Colonial Regulations and to
local General Orders ann 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 five days.
for each completed mon'jh of resident service up to
a maximum of six months, subject to a minimum
tour of two years resident service.
A pensionable appointee would be eligible for
assisted passages" when travelling to and from
leave, subject o the provision of funds annually by
the Legislative Council i nd to the requirements off
the Public Officers Leave (Passage) Regulations.
If recruited from overseas, the Mistress would
be provided by Government with a passage to
British ,uiana in order t;o take up her appointment.
and if the appointment is on contract with a
passage hack to the place from whliich she was
recruited on the satisfactory completion of her
contract.
8. Applications should be addressed to the
Headmistress, Bishops' H-igh School for (Girls,
British Guiana, in time to reach her not later th'.n
the 31st of August, 1955. (Copies and not originals
of certificates and testimonials should be sub-
mitted),


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GOVERNMENT. GAZETTE, JUNE 15, 1955.-(No. 38.)


COLONY OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS


)ARTICULARS of the post of Headrnasteri,
Secondary School, which will shortly become
vacant in the Presidency of the British Virgin
Islands.
1. Duties of post. To take charge of the
school and himself to teach such subj -cts as may
be agreed upon with him. The Secondary School
is a mixed school with an enrollment of 10-150.
The educational aim is the Schncl certificate.
A vocational hias towards agriculture is given
tthiough practical work and the adjacent Govern-
ment Stock Farm. There are four Assistant
'Teachprs for general subjects and two Assistant
Teachers for specialised subjects (handcraft, chiefly
carpentry, for b0o, s and dome-tic science for girls).
2. Qualifications required by holder of post.
Degree preferablyy honoum s a.t a University. and
a post-graduate course in educatirral methods
{preferably with reference to secondary education).
3. Salary of post. 750( (3,,6(00) per annum.
4. Allowances and other circumstances
affecting value of the post. (e.g. transport
allowance). Exchange compensation allowance
is at present payable at the r to of 42.8 per cent of
salary '321. H. 8. or $1,542.85 per annum).
This allowance is payable while the officer is in
the Presidency or the dollar area, but, subject to
certain exception:-, ceases to he paid if he proceeds
to a Scheduled Territory other than the British
Virgin Islands.
Whether post is pensionable or not. The
post is pensionable: appointment would ic on
probation for a period ol three years in the first
instance unless the officer appointed were already
-confirmed to the pensionable establishment.
5. Quarters, housing accommodation, furni-
ture, china, electricity supply, etc. Quarters
are not provided.
House accommodation is nct readily available.
Hotel acc'mlnodation is available at the late ct
$8 (U.S. per day 'anl boarding house acconmmoda-
tion at rates between $.:3.50 and 4 -1.50 (U.S.) a
day.
Furniture is obtainable from St. Thomas and
Puerto Rico and the simplest items can be made
locally. lloushold requisites are obtainable
locally but it would be cheaper to bring linen,
cutlery, glassware, silver and similar ai ticles.
6. Passages. Free first class passages will b1e
provided for the officer, wile and up to three
children under the age of 18 years on first
appointment.
Leave Passages. Officers receiving salaries of
not less than 750 ($3,600) and under 1,000
($4,800) per annum are eligible for:-
(i) one return passage to a British Caribbean
Colony for the officer himself after com-
pleting a minimum tour of two years; or
(ii) return passages to a British Caribbean
Colony for the officer an,.i his wife, if any,
after completing a ininimun, tour of four
years; or
(iii) one return passage to the United Kingdom
for the officer himself after completing a
minimum tour cf four years ; or


(iv) return passages tob the Un~e'd ';.l b ..
for the officer and his wife, if any, after
completing a minimum tour of eig-it
years.
7. Leave. The ordinary holidays of the school
amounting to approximately ten weeks a year.
8. Income Tax.

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and conditions of service. Information regard-
ing the cost of living will be founl in the publica-
tion entitled Information as to the conditions
and cost of living in the Colonial Empire".


NOT ICE.

Department of Agriculture.

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme D 612.

r THIS is to remind interested persons that he
1 31st of' -1(ty, 1955, is the closing date f-r
receiving applications for 0ro ed coca cuttings of
high yieing strains fI ph1tl1- i 1956. A-pplica-
tions received after the 3 st Mav, 1955, shall
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neither be considered nor acknowledged.

w. R. E. NANTON,
asgriculturl *erenintendent.
A (jri2Ltcltur7l S-WIr)intmulent.II


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256 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 25, 1955.-(No. 38.)

Vacant Post of Dental Surgeon, Colonial at such times and places as the Governor-in-
S hospital uVlHf~.~TC:. "'I Cdaincil IYfny front )'rnii to time presorilbe:
HOSpital, V tT. (2) Ile shall be responsible for the dental
care and treatment of school children and shall
Sa visit and inspect all schools at least-once annually
A PLICATIONS are vited from suitab and shall carry out such treatment as he deems
Smialified candidates for appointment to the nec ssarv.
post. ofDental Strgeon, St; Vincent:e (3) He shall a acs adviser to Government
2. The salary of the post is in the scale $3,840 x in all matters relating to the dental health and.
$120 -- $3,8"'0 per annum. and consideration will welfare of the Community.
be given to appointment at a point higher up in (4) He shall perform such other duties not
the scale depending 'upon the qualifications and inconsistent with the :above as the Governor may
experience of the successful candidate. Private direct.
practice is allowed. 6. The post is at pilesennt norn-pensionable, but,
3. A transport allowance at the prescribed rate steps are being taken to have it made pensionabls.
is payable in respect of a motor-car maintained by The person selected.will be subject to the Colonial
the officer for official travelling. Quarters are not Regulations, the General Orders and the Financial
provided, and Store Rules of the Windwsrd Islands and to
4. Candidates should posse-s'a Dental qualifica- the various Ordinances int Subsidiary Legislation
tion entitling them to practise dentistry or dental in force in the Colony.
surgery in some part of Her Majesty's Dominions, 7. 'Free first class passages to St. Vincent will be
or a qualification obtained in a foreign country provided for the Officer, his wife and children undir
recognized by the Medical Board, St. Vincent. the age of 18 years, on first appointment. Leave
5, The Dental Surgeon shall furnish free dental p:assa`ges will be granted in accordance with local
treatment for the poorer classes, including provi-on.
labourers, paupers and inmates of Government 8. The person appointed will be liable to transic:f
institutions and to all other persons who are to a similar post of equivalent status wiilhin their
entitled to free dental treatment at Government Windward Islands.
expense, prev.ded that such treatment shall not 9. Applications should he addressed to the
include the making or supplying of dental Assistant Administrator and Establishment Officer,
prostheses. Government Office. St. Vincent, and should reach
In the case of members of the public, free treat- him not later than 31st July, 1955, giving full
ment shall be provided only at Government clinics details of the candidate's experience and qualifica-
and the dental surgeon shall attend at such clinics tions together with copies of testimonials.


POST OFFICE

Air Mail Services.


E1FFECTIVE Friday, 1st July, 1955, AIR MAILS will be closed at (A) General Post Office-
t an (B) Grenville Post Office respectively, as hereunder.

(Cancelling all previous schedules).

(A) AT GENERAL POST OFFICE, GRENADA.
Day. Closing Time. Destinations.

Registered Unregistered
Mail. iMail.
Tuesday 10 a.m. 11 a.m. St. Vincent, Dominica, Trinidad and Tobago, and Intransits,
Great Britain, Europe, U.S.A., Canada, Bermuda, Aruba, Curacao,
British Guiana and Jamaica.

Wednesday 10 a.m. 11 a.m. British Guiana, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago,
2 p.m. 3 p.m. Antigua, Barbados, Dominica via Barbados, Guadeloupe,
l artinique, St. Kitts and St. Lucia.

Thursday 10 a.m. 11 a.m. Aruba. Curacao Canada, Europe, Great Britain U.S.A. Irinidad,
and Tobago and Intransits.
Friday 10 a.m. 11 am. British Guiana, British Honduras, Jamaica, Great Britain
Europe, Aruba, Curacao, U.S.A. Trinidad and Tobago and
Intransits,
2 p.m. 3 Fp.m. Barbados.

Saturday 10 arm. 11 a.m. Anti. Barbados, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, and
Trinidad.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. JUNE 25, 1955.-(No. 38).

3B) AT GRENVIULE POST OFFICE,


Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday

Friday

Saturday


2 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Trinidad.
3 p.m. 3.30 p.m. Trinidad, Barbados, St. Lucia.
2 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Triiidad.

3 p.m. 3.30 l.m.n Barbados.
11 a.m. 11.30 a.m. Barbados, St. Lucia and Trinidad,


F. R. PHILLTP
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Ofice,
G renada.,
June 17th, 19:5.


POST OFFICE.

Conveyance Inland MIails.




XITI effect from 1st .iuly, 1955, the two Pcstal Vans will leave Sauteurs at 7.30 a.m. daily
T exceptIon Sundays and l'ublic Holdays-one travelling on the Esstern side of the island to
St. George's, while the other will travel on tioe Western side. They will arrive at the various Post
Offices and Postal Stations as follows:-


Easier? side.


iWe'stern side.


La Taste
Dunfermline
Grenville
Hope
Croclhu
Et. David's
Corinth
Perdmontemps
It. Paul's
General Post Office


... 7.45 a.m.
... 8.00
8.15 ,,
... 8.30
... 840 ,,
... 8.55
S 9.05
9.1 ,,
... 9.25 ,,
... 9.35 ,,


Union
Victories
Gouyave
Grand KRy
Concord
Happy Hill
General Post Oflice


2. The Vans will again leave the General Post Office at 2.00 p.m. daily except on Saturday when
they will leave at 1.00 p.m., and return along the same Eastern and Western Routes to Sauteurs
arriving at-


Eastern side.


St. Paul's
Perdmontemps
Corinth
St. David s
Crocliu
Hope
Grenvillo
Dunfermline
La Taste
Sauteurs


2.10 p.m.
... 2.20
... 2.30
... 2.40
... 2.55
... 3.05 ,
... 3.20 ,,
... 3.35 ,
... 3.45 ,
... 4.00 ,,


Happy Hill
Concord
Grand Roy
Gouyave
Victoria
TUn on
'-aiteurs


Western side.

2.20 p.m.
... 2.30 ,
... 2.40
... 2.50 ,
... 3.05 ,
... 3.15 ,,
... 3.30 ,,


All Mails will be closed in the various Districts half hour before the Vans arrives.
Mails will be closed at the General Post Office at 1.30 p.m. daily except Sundays and
Public Holidays.

F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postnaster.
General Post Office,
Grenada,
10' h June, 1955.
M.P. 2456.


257
_. ,-,,


... 7.45
... 7.55
... 8.10
... 8.20
... 8.30
... 8.40
... 9.0














258 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 25, 1955.-(No. 38),

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 13th June, 1955.

Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


(i HAI)IS


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


Cents

do.

do.

do.

do.

do,


F C. HUGHES,
3''Crelarl


Date fixed : 6th June, 1955.


GRENADA.

t']WINTr.D Y '1 nE (jGVFIltMENT PIlINTE' AT THE GOVE-SNMENT PRINTING OFF;KE.
ST. cOoRGEit.
1955


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