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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


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VOL. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1955. [No. 41.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

CLERICAL STAFF CHANGES.
No 210.
rIIHE following clerical staff changes have been
approved to take effect from 16th July.
1955:-
Mr. G. L. THOMAS, Class II Clerk, Public Works
Department, to be transferred for duty in Carriacou
Revenue Office;
Mr. C. C. MURRAY, Class III Clerk, Audit
Department, to be promoted to Class II and posted
to the Public Works Department for duty;
Mr. G. W. PHILLIPS, Class [II Clerk, Public
Works Department, to be transferred to the
Audit Department vice Mr. C. C. MURRAY.
Mr. F. CAYENNE, an approved candidate to act
as Class lII Clerk, Public Works Department, vice
Mr. G. W. PHILLIPS.
16th July, 1955.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 211.
T is hereby notified for general information
that Mr. ERIC POLLONAIS has been appointed
Honorary Vice Consul of Germany at Port of Spain,
Tiinidad, with jurisdiction to include Barbados,
Grenada, St. Vincent and St. Lucia.
Provisional recognition has been accorded to
Mr. POLLONAIS in his Consular capacity pending
issue of Her Majesty's Exequatur.
16th July, 1955.
M.P. 115 III.

No. 212.
ER. V. A. ALLEYNE as Shorthand Writer on
Probation for one year with effect from
1st January, 1955.
16th July, 1955.
P.F. 424


VACATION LEAVE.
No. 213.
MR. BASIL MARRYSHOW on 4; months' vocation
1 leave with effect frcm 11th July, 1955.
16th July, 1955.
P.F. 461.

SICK AND VACATION LEAVE.
No. 214.
AI [SS U. MILNE on 11 days' sick leave followed
ll by 3 days vacation leave with effect from
27th June, 19b5.
16th July, 1955.
P.F. 128.

No. 215.
IT is notified for general information that the
title Labour Officer" has b'en changed to
that of "Labour Commissioner" with effect from
27th April, 1955.
16th July, 1955.
M.P. 964 III.

No. 216.
fHE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
S for the Colonies has notified the Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to the
following Ordinance of the Grenada Legislature:-
No. 36 of 1954.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Income Tax Ordinance (Cap. 103).

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
16th July, 1955.












G(OVE1,RNMENT (GAZETTI:, JULY 16. 1955.-(No. 41.)


Nomination of Candidates from the Colonies to
Cadetships at the Royal Air Force College,
Cranwell, and for Royal Air Force Apprenticeships

A. Cadetships.

1. The conditions of admission to and residence
at the Royal Air Force College are given in Air
Ministry Pamphlet 296. It will be noted from this
that the candidate for a cadetship is normally
required :-
(a) to pass a written examination conducted by
the Civil Service Commissioners :
(b) to undergo tests of flying aptitude (in the
case of candidates for the General Duties
(flying branch) and selection tests lasting
about three days to assess personal qualities.
2. The small number of candidates to be recom-
mended for nomination would not justify making
arrangements for a written examination and this
will be dispensed with for candidates from the
Colonies, although they must have received
education to the standard indicated in paragraph
3 (f) below. The necessary facilities for the special
aptitude and selection tests on the scale employed
in this country are unlikely to exist in the Colonies,
and these will accordingly be carried out in the
United Kingdom.
3. Candidates recommended by Governors for
nomination to the Air Council by the Secretary of
State for the Colonies must :-
(a) comply with the medical standards laid down
for admission to the Royal Air Force :
(b) be members of families established and
resident in the Colony concerned (such
cadetships are not intended for the sons of
parents whose connection with the Colony
is only temporary of official).
(c) be British subjects or British Protected
persons and unmarried. A candidate who
possesses foreign as well as British
nationality, or a candidate either of whose
parents is not (or was not at the time of his
or her death a British subject, nay, in certain
cases be regarded as ineligible for entry :
(d) in the opinion of the Governor be suitable
in every respect to hold commissions in the
Royal Air Force :
(e) be within the age limits of 17i and 19 years
on the 1st January, of the year of entry into
cadet training (nominated candidates will
normally enter training at the College in the
term which commences towards the end of
April) :
(f) have reached a standard of general education
equal to that which is normally required for
admission to a degree course at a University
of a Commonwealth country, including a
knowledge of Mathematics to the standard
required in this subject in Matriculation
examinations.
(g) have a sound knowledge of the English
language such as will ensure that he has no
difficulty in understanding normally col-
loquial English and in using English as a
conversational medium.
4. Candidates to be recommended by Governors
must comply with the medical standards laid down
for appointment to permanent commissions and
they should be given a preliminary medical exami-


nation as near as possible to these standards as it is
practicable to arrange locally. Wherever possible
Ian X-Ray examination of the chest should be an
integral part of the medical examination and final
classification should be dependant on a satisfactory
result of the X-ray examination. Where a Royal
Air Force formation has its headquarters in the
Colony of residence, this preliminary medical
examination should be arranged and carried out at
Air Headquarters, in other cases it should be
carried out by the Medical Establishment of the
Colonial Government. All candidates accepted
for nomination will be re-examined medically on
arrival in the United Kingdom by a Central Royal
Air Force Medical Board.
5. In the event that any recommended and
finally nominated candidate were found to be
unacceptable for the General duties (flying) branch
on account of lack of lying aptitude or inability
to satisfy the medical standard of that branch, he
would be considered for alternative cadet training
with a view to the grant of a permanent com-
mission in one of the ground branches, i.e.. the
Equipment and Secretarial branches and the Royal
Air Force Regiment. This alternative should in
no sense be interpreted as implying that oimcer
material for the non-flying branches is recruited
mainly from "failures" for the General Duties
branch. The same high standard as regards
officer-like qualities is set in selecting for all branches
and opportunities of a career offered in the ground
branches compare favourably with those offered
in the General Duties branch ; rates of pay rank
for rank are the same for all branches and so are
the rates of retired pay. A candidate may offer
himself for any or all of the branches to which the
Scadet form of entry applies i.e., the General Duties,
Equipment or Secretarial branches, or the Royal
Air Force Regiment. A candidate whose first choice
is for the General Duties branch can compete for a
permanent commission in one or all of the ground
branches which will enable him, if found medically
unfit for the General Duties branch or lacking the
necessary flying aptitude, to be considered for the
other branches ; and a candidate who does not
wish to be considered for the General Duties branch
may apply for one or more of the ground branches
in order of preference. It is suggested that this
alternative should be explained to and accepted
by candidates before they are finally recommended,
although it would only be applied in the limited
circumstances described above.
6. The final acceptance of nominated candidates
will be subject to qualification in the selection tests
carried out in the United Kingdom and to con-
firmation by a Royal Air Force Medical Board of
medical fitness for Royal Air Force service.
7. In regard to the assurance required that a
recommended candidate is suitable in every respect
to hold a commission in the Royal Air Force
(paragraph 3 (d) above), the Governor's recom-
mendation should be made after consideration of
reports on the candidate from persons in authority
(excluding relatives) who know him intimately,
including a report from the Headmaster of his
school; and the Air Council would wish the
Governor's final opinion to be given following a
reasonably searching interview with the candidate
during which particular reference should be paid
to the possession of satisfactory or potentially
satisfactory officer-like qualities, to the candidate's
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service including his ability to converse freely in
English. In cases where a Royal Air Force for-
mation has its headquarters in the Colony of
residence, the Governor's recommendation should
also be supported by a report based on an interview
by Air Headquarters.
8. The passage costs to this country of nominated
candidates will be borne as a charge against Air
Votes, but no candidate should be sent to this
country unless his parents or guardians have
previously accepted financial liability in writing
for his maintenance and return passage should he
fail to qualify in the selection tests or be found
medically unfit for Royal Air Force service by the
final Medical Board, or unless the Colonial Govern-
ment concerned has relieved the parent or guardian
of this liability. Any candidate granted a com-
mission after successful completion of cadet train-
ing who fails to serve for three years, except for
reasons outside his own control, would be required,
as a condition of permitting him to terminate his
service in the regular Air Force, to refund the cost
of his passage to the United Kingdom and to meet
the cost of his return passage. It is assumed that
the Colonial Government concerned will assist
nominated candidates in obtaining passages so as
to reach the United Kingdom in time to commence
training with other candidates forming the same
term.
9. Subject to candidates of the required quality
being forthcoming, recommendations should be
forwarded to the Secretary of State for the Colonies
in time to reach him by the 1st January of each
year. The Secretary of State for the Colonies will
make nominations to the Air Council, not exceed-
ing six in number in any one year, in time to reach
the Air Ministry by 31st January of each year.
The Air Council reserve the right to reject any
particular nomination at their discretion.
10. Each recommendation submitted by Gover-
nors should be accompanied by the following
*documents :-
(a) An application form completed by the candi-
date and his parent or guardian. (see
appendix to this memorandum). (If the
parent or guardian is unable to accept
financial liability for maintenance and
return passage costs and, therefore, to sign
the certificate which forms part of the
application form, a certificate from the
appropriate authority of the Colonial
Government should be forwarded if the
Colonial Government is prepared to relieve
the parent or guardian of this liability).
(h) A certified copy of the entry of birth.
(c) Preliminary medical report (Royal Air Force
Forms 827), accompanied by an X-ray
photograph of the chest.
,(d) A report by the Governor supported where
appropriate by a report from Air Head-
quarters giving, in particular, an opinion
on the candidate's personal qualities and
knowledge of English in the sense of
paragraph 3(g) and 7 above. (This report
should be accompanied by certified copies
of the reports from the candidate's referees
and Headmaster).
(e) A certificate by the competent authority
of the Colonial Government to the effect
that they have verified the candidate's claim
to have passed certain examinations and
,obtained the certificate or certificates of the


appropriate examining board or faculty,
and that in their opinion he has reached a
standard of general education equal to that
which is normally required for admission
to a degree course at a University of a
Commonwealth country, including a
knowledge of Mathematics to the standard
required in thrs subject in Matriculation
examinations.
It is also essential, if the candidate is to have an
equal opportunity with candidates from the United
Kingdom of qualifying in the selection tests referred
to in paragraph 2 above, that he should have a
sound knowledge of the English language so that
he will have no difficulty in grasping the meaning of
instructions. The test of this, as judged by per-
formance in the School Certificate Examinations
is not sufficient ; a candidate should have no
difficulty in understanding normal colloquial
English and in using English as a conversational
medium.
11. On arrival in the United Kingdom candidates
will be eligible for a free railway warrant from the
port of disembarkation to the appropriate R.A.F.
Station or from the place of temporary residence
in Ihe United Kingdom to the appropriate Royal
Air Force Station should they first visit friends or
relatives on arrival. In cases where candidates
desire to travel direct to the Royal Air Force
Station from the port of disembarkation, particu-
lars as to the names of the candidates, name of the
ship, date of arrival etc., should be notified as early
as possible, by telegram if necessary, to the
Colonial Office so that arrangements may be made
for them to be met. Candidates first visiting
friends or relatives must notify the Under-Secretary
of State, Air Ministry (A.R. 1.), Adastral House,
Kingsway, London, W.C. 2., in writing immediately
on their arrival in the United Kingdom giving the
address to which they .are proceeding. Such
candidates should, when they report to the Royal
Air Force Station take with them any civilian
identity documents and insurance certificates with
which they may have been issued since their
disembarkation.

B.-Apprenticeships.

12. The conditions of entry and service of air-
craft and administrative apprentices are given in
Air Ministry Pamphlet 293.
13. Candidates recommended by Governors for
nomination to the Air Council by the Secretary of
State for the Colonies must :-
(a) comply with the medical standards laid down
for enlistment in the Royal Air Force :
(b) be members of families established and
resident in the Colony concerned (such
apprenticeships are not intended for the sons
of parents whose connection with the
Colony is only temporary of official) :
(c) be British subjects or British Protected
persons; a candidate who possesses foreign
as well as British nationality, or a candidate
either of whose parents is not (or was not at
the time of his or her death) a British subject
may in certain cases be regarded as negligible
for entry :
(d) in the opinion of the Governor be suitable
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1955.-(No. 41).


as an aircraft or administrative apprentice
in the Royal Air Force :
(e) be within the age limits of 15 and 17 (or in
exceptional cases between 15 and 171) for
air craft apprentices, or 16 and 17 (or in
exceptional cases 154 and 17.) for adminis-
trative apprentices on the first day of the
month of entry into apprentice training
(nominated candidates will normally enter
training in the term which commences in
May) :
(f) have reached a standard of general education
that will enable them to profit by the course
of training :
(g) have a sound knowledge of the English
language such as will ensure that they have
no difficulty in understanding normal
colloquial English and in using English as a
conversational medium.
14. As stated in Air Ministry Pamphlet 293 the
selection of aircraft and administrative apprentices
in this country provides for educational and
intelligence tests. Only those who reach at least
a qualifying standard in the educational and
intelligence tests are invited for interview. In
order, however, to reduce the possibility of rejection
to a minimum, it is considered that candidates
under this scheme should be examined on the
educational and intelligence tests in their own
country and sets of educational tests will be supplied
on request. The intelligence tests are for use for
successive entries in rotation.
15. The subjects of the examination for aircraft
apprentices together with the maximum marks
allotted to each subject are as follows :-
(a) Educational-


Mathematics
Science
Essay .
English (Comprehension test) ..
General Paper


Total


(b) General Intelligence Test


300 marks.
200
100
100
100


.. .. 800 ,,


100 marks.


The minimum pass marks for aircraft appren-
tices are 45 per cent, of the possible aggregate with
the proviso that at least 35 per cent must be
obtained in mathematics. In the General
Intelligence Test candidates must achieve a mini-
mum of 40 per cent.
Candidates for adminsitrative apprenticeships
should also be examined in the subjects listed at
at (a) and (b) above but for them the Science paper
will be optional. These who take the Science
paper should be credited with marks they obtain
in it as a bonus. To qualify, candidates must
obtain not less than 50 per cent of the possible
aggregate for all subjects (excluding Science) with
a proviso that at least 35 per cent must be obtained
in the Essay and the English comprehension test.
In the General Intelligence Test a minimum of
30 per cent is required.
16. The interview takes place at a selection
centre at which the candidates remain for one day.
The interview, which is supplemented by lectures
and advice by technical experts, is designed to
ensure :-
(a) that only those candidates likely to be
successful in training are accepted :


(b) that those accepted are placed in the most
suitable trade in relation to :
(i) their own preference,
(ii) their suitability for training :
(;ii) the requirements of the Service.
Shortly after completion of this Selection Centre
procedure candidates report to their training
school for enlistment.
17. The medical standards are described in
Appendix A to Air Ministry Pamphlet 293 and a
preliminary medical examination as near as possible
to these standards should be carried out locally as
set out in paragraph 4 of this memorandum.
18. The final acceptance of nominated candidates
will be subject to the interview carried out in the
United Kingdom and to confirmation by a Royal
Air Force Medical Board of medical fitness for
service with the Royal Air Force. Any candidates
who are not considered suitable for apprentice-
ships at this stage may, if suitable and willing, be
offered enlistment as boy entrants under the scheme
also set out in Air Ministry Pamphet 293 as an
alternative to rejection.
19. In regard to the assurance required in
paragraph 13(d) the Governor's recommendation
should be made after action on the lines of para-
graph 7 above has been carried out.
20. The passages of candidates for apprentice-
ships will be under the same conditions as those for
cadetships set out in paragraph 8 above.
21. Subject to candidates of the required quality
being forthcoming, recommendations should be
forwarded to the Secretary of State for the
Colonies in time to reach him by the 1st January,
of each year. The Secretary of State for the
Colonies will make nominations to the Air Council
not exceeding six from the African Colonies and
six from other Colonies in any one year, in time to
reach the Air Ministry by the 31st January each
year. The Air Council reserve the right to reject
any particular nomination at their discretion.
22. Each recommendation submitted by
Governors should be accompanied by the follow-
ing documents :-
(a) Nomination form 699 completed by parent
or guardian and form 901 (choice of trade).
(b) A certificate signed by the parent or guardian
or the appropriate authority of the Colonial
Government that financial liability is
accepted for the candidate's maintenance
and return passage if unsuccessful.
(c) A certified copy of the entry of birth.
(d) Medical report (Form F. Med.l. and Royal
Air Force Form 62 accompanied by an
X-ray photograph of the chest).
(e) A report by the Governor supported where
appropriate by a report from Air Head-
quarters giving in particular an opinion
on the candidate's personal qualities and
his knowledge of English in the sense of
paragraphs 13(d) and 13(g) above, and
certifying that the requisite standard has
been obtained in the educational and
intelligence tests referred to in paragraph 14
above. (This report should be accompanied
by a certificate of moral character from a
clergyman, magistrate, or other responsible
person).


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(f) Form 76A (parents consent).
(g) In case it should be necessary to offer a
candidate entry in a capacity other than that
of his first choice, e.g., if a candidate for
an aircraft apprenticeship proves suitable
only for enlistment as a boy entrant, a
certificate must also be forwarded signed
by the parent or guardian to the effect that
the latter is willing that the candidate should
accept such an alternative offer, if himself
willing. The parent or guardian, or the
appropriate authority of the Colonial
Government, must also certify that if the
candidate is unwilling to enlist in say any
capacity, financial liability is accepted for
his maintenance and return passage.
23. The arrangements outlined in paragraph 11
above will also apply to candidates for apprentice-
ships except that any notifications are to be sent to
the Under-Secretary of State, Air Ministry
(E.S. 5 (b)), Adastral House Kingsway, London.
W.C.2.


HURRICANE NOTICE.

IT is HEREBY notified for general information that
on receipt of information that a hurricane is
approaching the island the following warning will
be given :-

In the Parish of St. George.

Day Signal.-Two guns will be fired from the
Fort and a storm flag (a red flag with a black
centre) hoisted.
Night Signal.-A red light will be hoisted on the
flag pole.

In all other Parishes.

Day Signal.-The storm flag (a red flag with a
black centre) will be hoisted at all Police Stations.
Nic1ht Signal.-A red light will be hoisted on the
flag pole of all Police Stations.

HURRICANE ARRANGEMENTS.

1-Annual.

Relief Officers.-District Revenue Officers
throughout the parishes outside of St. George's
are Hurricane Relief Officers. They are to be in
constant touch with the District Boards and find
out in what way the Boards can render useful service
in hurricane conditions. They are to keep a list
of local Justices of the Peace and of persons who
may suitably enrolled as Special Constables
should the necessity arise.

II-Hurricane Warnings.

Warnings.-Cable and Wireless Ltd., give
priority to hurricane warnings, and communicate
them at once to Government House, the Admini-
strator, the Government Office, and the Chief of
Police. All such warnings are relayed to Carriacou
by cable.
On receipt of such a warning the Government
Office will inform the following heads of
Departments :-


The Colonial Treasurer,
,, Senior Medical Officer,
,, Superintendent of Public Works,
,, Engineer-in-Charge,
,, Superintendent of Agriculture,
Government House.
The Colonial Treasurer will inform all Revenue
and Port Officers.
Duties ofRelief Officers.-On receipt of Hurricane
warning, The Chief of Police will be responsible,
in the case of St. George's, for the firing of two
maroons (guns) from the Fort and the hoisting of
the Storm Flag at Fort George and by night by the
hoisting of a red light.
In the case of the parishes outside of St. George
by the hoisting of the Storm Flag by day and a red
light by night at all Police Stations.
Hurricane Relief Officers will take charge
generally of the Parishes and disseminate all
information; they will be ready to organise relief
work in consultation with the Medical Department
and Police. They will be responsible for arrange-
ments for food supplies, for feeding the poor, for
housing and for transport in the country districts.
Magistrates' Clerks will repcit to them and act
under their instructions.
In St. George's the Colonial Treasurer with the
assistance of the Superintendent of Agriculture
and the Labour Officer, will be in charge of the
food supplies and the collection and protection
of the homeless.
The District Medical Officers will make arrange-
ments for first aid centres for the injured.

III-Action to be taken after Warning Issued.
Dissemination of Warning.-The Port Officers
will warn all shipping.
Securing Stores etc.-All Departments will
batten down and secure loose stores.
Road Services.-The Superintendent of Public
Works will ensure that Road Officers, drivers and
gangs are at their posts.
Telephones.-The Eng:neer-in-Charge will
arrange with all exchanges for the dissemination
of warnings in the various parishes and, in addition,
will ensure that all linemen are at their posts.

IV-Carriacou.
The District Officer of Carr.acou will be
responsible for taking any necessary action in the
dependency in hurricane conditions.

V-Returns.
The Colonial Treasurer, the Senior Medical
Officer, the Chief of Police, the Superintendent of
Public Works and the Engineer-in- Charge will
render a return annually to the Government
Office on the 1st July to the effect that their prep-
aration with regard to hurricane arrangements
are up to date and in order.
As soon as possible after the hurricane the
Chief of Police will submit a report which should
contain (1) the number killed (2) injured (3) the
houses destroyed or damaged.
The District Officer of Carriacou will submit a
separate report.
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
July, 1955.


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AGRICULTURE.

Apprenticeship iSheme.

A PPLICATIONS are invited for four Agri-
i._ cultural Apprenticeships shortly ,t' become
vacant in the Department of Agriculture.
2. The course of training will bo for a period of
one year and will commence on the Ist, October,
1956. Snce s.ful candidates will be required to
reside at Mt.. or;tz A agricultural Station in quarters
provided there to bo under the control of the
Agricultural Assistant. They w:ll receive an
allowance of $384 per annum and will be required
to make their own arrangements for board.
3. The government t accents no resp.-nsibility
expressed nor implied to empnloy or to find ilmploy-
ment for apprentices on the completion of their
course.
4. Applica:nts, who should be between thie ages r:f
18 and 21 should state age school or sc(hool-
attenIrld with standard or certificate attaintc pist
and i r.-ei;t employment and emolumentsL c trued
at the present time, e':porienc! inl agriculture and
the facilities which they expect will be available to.
them for practising agriculture after their period of
apprenticeshilp.
.5. Applications should be addressed to tlhe
Sutperintiendilet of Agriculture, Botanic Gardens,
>i. George's, and should reach thiiat address not
later than 31st A giust, 1955. The envlolope con-
i:t.iling the application mn:rked Appreoui.ic shliip'
)n tle outside.
6. Tes'tnicnials which will not Ie returned
should accompany the applications.

W.. E. NANTON,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
7th July, 195.5.


Notice to Exporters of Livestock.

OV'WNERS of livestock for export at Grenville are
hereby notified that toe Veterinary Officer
will be available for inspecting such livestock at
Grenvillo on the mornings of 't uesday and Friday
in each week only. Applications for this service
must reach the Agricultural Officer, Tanteen, by
mid-day on Mondays and Wednesdays.

W. R. E. NANTON,
Superintendent of AgJrcu/ltl'e.
1st July, 19l .


'AntiLRabies Inoculation.

'lTITITN recent weeks, Rabies lias again
a :ppeared'in Grenada. One of these cases
involved the Queen's .Iark area.
The Veterinary Surgeon will be in attendance at
"Queen'sParkol Tuesday, 19th Mlay, 1935, at9 a.m.,
to carry out inoculations against this serious and
fatal disease.
All owners of livestock in the Q(een's Park area,
are therefore encouraged to bring 'all cows, bllls
and cerves to Queen's Park on Tuuoday at 9 a.m.
The inoculat ions a e free and will give iroi.ecticn
to your animal fr periods up to one (1) year.
You are alked to co-oporate in bringing your
animals specifically to Queen's Park promiptiv ait
9 a in. Tuesday.


Post of Veterinary Assistant

Veterinary Division.

A PL'ICA\TIONS are invited for the post of
_k Veterinary Assistant, soon to be vacant, in
the Departmtent of Agriculture, Gienada, .B.W.I.
The post which is non-pensionable carries a,
salary of .-1,032 x,$60- 1,15A x .7 2-$1,368 and a
travelling allowance of .141-. per annum. The post
is tenable during the currency of the Artificial
Insemination Scheme, 'hut will be subject -to a pro-
bationary period of three (3) months in the first
instance.
The duties of the Io:., will consist mr.inly of
!lboratory and field w !k ;n conn xioun Iwith the
t.rograinme of artificial ilsoe iinatio n i, the colony,
lint other duties may be aisilgned to the post by
the Superintendent. of \,''i-ni]e. !ie. The ostl will
be under the ilunli,'!iat, c ntril.l of the Veotrimiary
Officer. The apl)(inie !i;ist he i:censeIdi to idrivn
a car.
Applicants who sb i O hl iv\-e scit i cic a :liicatio:!s
preferably Lt the Iliglicr Schiool Certiliciat' level
should apply in writing, stftingag schools attended,
examinations and subj(cel~ in which they .b:taini
passes, previous employmeonrt and emolumeuts
received. Applicaticn- should be addresse'l to the
Secretary, Public Serv co Cominission. and should
reach him not later t th the 15th August.
The succes-ful a;)ppicant will bf required to
a.ssutme fiull duty on 1st October, 19,55.


iVacant :Lots.

'PIPAIOATIONS will be received hy the Laad
Hettleniont Ollicr, Agricultural I Pp irtmient,
in connexion with tl,, following vacant Lots in
the Parish of St. Johi :
Mlt. Nesbit Latl Settleimenno
I'laisance .Land Settlement
Closing date 3l.st Ji !y. 19.5.

W. R. E. NANTON,
Sviper ieodent if Ai-riculUare.


Colojiy Hospital Kitchen

TjENDERS are invited for the erection of a new
S Comunuial Kitcinen and covered connlectin.,
way between tie maii block and the private block
of the Colony Hospital. St. George's. Forims of
tender, Conditions of Contract, Speciiecations and
Plans may hle obtained on applicA)tiQn to the
Superintendent of Puljii Works, on payment of ;
sum of $1,.-00 into In( Treasury, which sull is
repayable upon return of the c.nntr::ct documents
and the receipt of a b(uti tide' t enider.
.The Tenders for liis work are to lie mni de
according to .the Frni of Tender enclosed in
sealed envelopes, endorsed: Colony IIcspital
Kitchen and addressed to the Administrator and
delivered so as- to eac-h Government Office not
later than Mid-day on Wiednesdgn tihe 31rd Au'I .t,
19-5.

SUPERINTElNUDENT )OF PUBLIC WOIlKS.
li th July, 1955.












GOVER-NMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1955.-(No. 41).


Payment of ,Water Rates, 1.955..

T is hereby notified for general information that
,Ratilurda. Otflih July, 1955, is the last day for
the payment of Water Rates without fines.

A. L. DOPWELL,
Actinlq Colonial Treasurer.
The Treasury,
St. George's,
4th July, 1055.


POSTS OF PLANT -DISEASE INSPECTORS.

i PPLICATTONS are invited for two vacant
_i pests rcf Plant l)isease Inspectors in this
Colony. The posts, which are non-p-nsionable
carry a salay slcae i)of i 1l 440 x 572-S31,944, and a
travellilng ;llhw.ace of .'J3i0 per annum. Each
ippoint.we will be required to keep a motor cycle
and Government will be prepared to grant a loan,
repayable in live (5) years, for its purchase.
2. The appointees will be requ red to work under
the supervision cl the Agricultural Assistant (Plant
Protection) who will define their duties from time
to time. Suic duties will involve inspection,
control and cradication work in connexion with
plant diseases and pests. in particular Witches'
Broom disease of cr;c::o love-vine and leaf-spot
disease in bananas.
3. Applicants should have had considerable
experience of gecnral (.stteo work and in the super-
vision and control. of labour. They should be
physically fit. of strong character and personality
and he intelligent and willing to learn. They
should hlav reached at least the 7th standard in a
primary schno!.
4. Applica ions .should hie addressed to the
SocC'retry i- t 'iiPulic Service Commission Gov+
ernment Office, Grenada, and should be in the
handwriting of the candidate. Applicants must
state age, sc.,olIs attended and standard or cor-
tificate obtained, experience, present and past
employment, emoluments of post in which presently
or last employed.
5. Applications.should be accompanied by two
testimonials of recent date.


General Certificate of Education.

f 1''IS examination will be held in November of
Stliis 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 be paid into the Treasury
and forwar.led with the applicit;on for entry.
Candidates taking a Science subject requiring a
practical examination mus pay an additional Four
Dollars for each subject.
The closing date for entries to be receive for
the November examination is :l1sl Juiy, 195

H. H. PIJ GI IM,
Local Sec-retarly.
21st,May, 1955.


THE TRADE UNIONS AND TRADE DISPUTES
-ORDINANCE, 1951.

Certificate of Registration of Trade Union.

GRENADA.
T is hereby certified that the TAXI AND
MOTOR TRANSPORT DRIVE IS UNION
has been registered under the Trade Unions and
Trade Disputes Ordinance, 19.51, this 12th day of
July, 19.55.
GORDON RENWICK,
Registrar.


Magistrate's Court Notice (St. Andrew's).

.XOTTCE is hereo)y iven that the cases so;, ouc
I in the list below which weiro adjourned sine
die will be struck out f-i' want of prosecution
unless application is made by tie 3Cth July, 1955,
for their reinstatement in Ltie current fixi Lre l:st.

CTVTI,


Suit No.

243/43

294/44



317/45
3:21/45
367/45
316.46
30;3/46
46./46
330/46
83/47
100/47
105/47
186/47
179/47
208/47
393/47
85/48

297/48
254/48
379/48
509/48
310/49
124/50
25z/51
314/52
21/54



,362/45
594/45

595/45
65/46
100/46

246/46
570/46


Name of Cas:.

William IfTarrack vs. J"oseph Cadore
d') Geoffrey C adore
Mann Pope vs. Sylvester Pope
.Io Babb] Pope
do Maria Pope
(!o irs. Ifarbini Pope
Jonas Dickson; vs. Powell Andrew
Munro Pierre vs. David Antoine
Jiflien l)eGdc vs. Gordon ~Thomas
George -ilbralam vs. Martin IHenry
James Harford vs. Agatha Tobias
Govt. of Grenada vs. Joseph Iiu'ord
.M1unro Pierre vs. Claouius Thomas
Oliver 1erkeley vs. Reginald George
..C. W. Rapier vs. Reginald George
do iEmmanuel Cyrus
Eriu Bell vs. Alexander Rennie
Eslyn Carriman vs. Clifton Baptiste
Jetiemiah John vs. PGman
Jonas .. Francis vs. Schools Francis
Magadalene McMillan vs. Eneta
O'Neale
Thomas Henry vs. Urias Jeremiah
Theodore Bertrand vs. Mark Hall
SJ. W. Trotman vs. Lyris Frederick
John IHiamilton vs. Matthias N6el
Louisa Springer vs.-Agnes Thomas
Miilton Benoit vs. Hutchinson Harvey
Eveltn McEwen vs. Annie Francois
Dorothy Braveboy vs. .\AtLhony Bubb
T. L. Noble Siith vs. Andrew
Augusstine

CRIMINAL

Adrian, Tobias vs..Ermnn Forrester
Joseph (G. Vincent vs. Clristiana
Williams
Josepih (. v'incent vs, Festus Vincent
Piet Noel vs. El'lick Morain
Vernon Milletto vs. Winifred John
dio Francis Cummniings
Beryl Julien vs. Doris PI:ishla
St. Andrew's l)istrict Board vs.
Rosanna Plhillips













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1955.-(No. 41.)


c
k.


6/47
31/-47
32/47
39/50
76/30


Festus Cummings vs. Joseph Noel
Collecting Officer vs. Harford Henry
Maggie Lewis vs. Harford Henry
Alban Radix vs. Rex Wardally
Erica Thomas vs. Gordon Thomas.


Magistrate's Office,
Grenville,
8th July, 1955.


K. C. McMILLAN,
Magistrate, E.D.


VACANT POST OF SANITARY SUPERINTENDENT
ST. VINCENT, B.W.I.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Sanitary Superintendent in the Medical
Department, Saint Vincent, British West Indies.
2. Candidates must possess the sanitary Inspec-
tors Certificate of the Royal Sanitary Institute.
They should have a working knowledge of the
construction and Maintenance of small rural water
supplies, drainage and the construction of drains.
They should also be able to read building plans
and be familiar with the construction of houses.
Candidates should mention whether they have
had experience in a Government or Municipal
Health Department in the West Indies.
3. The duties of the post include general super-
vision of the work of the Sanitary Staff: general
supervision of the various scavenging services and
Sanitary measures of the Colony: maintenance


Suit No. Name of Case.

780/46 Jean Walker vs. Oliver
781/46 Virginia Mills vs. Archbold Clerk
do Oliver
32/47 Mary Leonard vs. Lawrence Henry
226/47 St. Andrew's District Board vs.
Hilda Charles
227/17 St. Andrew's District Board vs.
Millina Joseph
316!/17 Ma.y Joseph vs. L:ona Phillip
49/48 1). M. B. Cromwell vs. George Simon
do Joe James
do Jude Alexander
440/48 Eurina Vincent vs. Maud John
271/48 D. M. B. Cromwell vs. Cecil A. Lowe
482/49 Theresa Wellington vs. Elias Wel-
lington
835/49 Worthy Johnson vs. Annie Anthony
307/49 Mary Swan vs. Clifford Swan
502/32 Eneta Neckles vs. Mannie Daniel
703/54 iEvelyn Rapier vs. Cornelius Rapier.

JU DGMENT DEBTOR SUMMONS
213/46 Thomas Douglas vs Edward Noel
295'46 C. A. Baker-Phillip vs. J. H. Neelhall
300/46 M. L. Noel v. Gloster Bain
147/46 David Antoine vs (Griffith Gibbs
9/49 Louisa Springer vs. Joseph Blair
10/4 9 Donald Williams vs. Lennie Noel
13/50 Fo'lix Abraham vs. Edwin Hastich
do Hawk Joseph
165/50 JEustace Paul vs. Evelyn Baptiste
16(6/50) do Andrew Abraham
2/51 Oliver Berkeley vs. Irica Prince.

COMMITTAL NOTICES


282


of small rural water supplies: and checking building
plans for rural areas not inder control of the Centrn
FIousing and Planning Authority.
All duties will he performed under the direction ,
of the Senior Medical Oficer.
4. The salary of the p))st, which is pensionable.
is in the scale oS2,304 x -' .--_'784. Tr:anport
allowance for the maintenance of a motor car fe!
tih performance of o(flical duties will Ie paid at
approved local rates.
5. Quarters are not provided. Government
officials are liable to taxation imposed by local
enactments.
6. Applications accompanied )b copies of recent,
testimonials (prefeibly from Public Heallih
Officers) should io adni ssed tohe Senior Medi.al
Officer, St Vinconl. an 1 should be .s:ibmitted Lt
reach ilim not later tha 1 ;1.s Jl,,, 10jJ.

Government Office,
St. Vincent,
20th June. 195).


Post of Surveyor, Dominica.

SPPLICAITIONS aie invited from suitably
1 qualified candidates for appointment, on
contract for a period of ono year to the nio-
pensionable post of Sm vevor, in connection with
the proposed installation of a new water-supply
for Roseau and its environs.
Salary will be at a fixed rate of 82,880 in
the scale of S2 400 x S 20-~2 -i per anntni.
Subsistence allowance will be payable at current
rates when working avway from assigned head-
quarters. 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,
on appointment, and a free return passage will be
provided on satisfactory completion of contract.
Duties will consist mainly of detailed surveys
of the areas of potential supply, reconnaissance of
suitable sources and pipe-line routes, of sites for
an intake dam, a reservoir, filter-beds and other
ancillary installations.
Applications with details of qualifications and
past experience, accompanied by two recent
testimonials should be addressed to the Ad:ninis-
trator, Government Office, Dominica, B.W.I., and
should reach him not later than 31st July, 19-5.
Government Office,
Dominica, B.W.I.,
28th June, 1c55.


NOTICE.

T is hereby notified for general information that
Crabs in the Ballast Ground, Belmont and
Tanteen areas will be poisoned from the 15th July.
Owners of livestock and poultry are warned to
take necessary precautions.

C. GUN-MUNRO,
Aciing Senior Medical Oficer.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1955.-(No. 41). 283

Report of the Director of Audit of Trinidad and Tobago on the Accounts of the Board of
the Commissioners of Currency British Paribbean Territories (Eastern Group) for the
year ended the 31st December, 1954.


Currency Fund Income Account.
Income for the year exceeded expenditure by i$,369.0-13.t4. Of this excess, $614,676.64 was
transferred to the Currency Fund Account, and the remainder, amounting to $754,367.20 to the
Currency Surplus Account in accordance with articless 4 (2) (c) and 4 (3) of the First Schedule to the
Currency Ordinance, Chapter 35 No. 2 (Trinidad and Tobago).
2. As in previous years, the accounts for 1954 have bten presented on a cash basis ; all expenditure
for the year has been duly authorized.

Currency Fund.
3. The valne of tie Cure3ncy Fund at 31st De-omber, !9), :am)ntnte.l to 1 21. ,'2,339.70 which
was $2, 851,247.70 more th n the total note circulation of $59,23 1.092.00. No liability attached to
the participating Gwvernments at the end of the year, under Article 6 (2) of the First Schedule to the
s-lid Ordinance.

Assets and Liabilities.
4. Slate,(, int have been received from the Crown Agents showing the Securiities and (:ash on
Deposit wiic!i they held on behalf of the Currency P:iil. The certificate of the Controller and
Auditor General has, however, not yet bean submitted for audit. The amount held on Deposit with
the Accountant G-metil, Trinidad and Tobago, has been verifiol with hi records.

Currency Surplus Account.
S771,483.90 of the 1953 surplus was distributed to inembhr Governiments during' 195 in accord-
mado with Article 5 (2) of the First Schedule to the o currency Ordinance. The balance of 05 cents is
included in the hblance of $751.367.25 sliown at 31.st December, 1954.

Boards of Survey-Regulation 20.
5. The requirements of Regulation 20 have not been fully complied with in the following
instances :-
(Greida ... 3 ordinary surveys and one surprise survey were lt 'd during
the year. An ordinary survey was not held for the last
quarter.
Antigu ... 3 ordinary surveys and one surprise survey were held during
the year. An ordinary survey was not held for the second
quarter.
Demonetization of Government Currency Notes.
6. Currency: notes issued by the Governments of Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados :ad British
GCian, a, were declared to be no longer legal tender as from the 2nd January, 1955, by proclamation of
.the Governors ot the above territories in accordance with Section 9 of the Currency Ordin-nce.

W0. FELL,
Ag. Director rf A dlit.
1~s Julv, 1955.













284 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY, 1955.-(No. 41.)

Accounts of the Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean Currency Territories
(Eastern Group) for the year 1954.


INCOME ACCOUNT.


To: Pcrsonal Emoluments ......
Vaults-Rental of
Office space &c.-Rental of ...
lncinerataor at Trinidad-Rental of ...
Incidentals
Postage and Telegrams-Headquarters ...
Furniture and Equipment ...
Printing and Stationery .....
Supplies of notes ...
Intercolonial transfers of notes
Travelling &c. expenses Commissioners...
i:Jrclays Bank D.C.O.-Agency fee in
Leeward Islands & Windward Islands
Telephones ..
Audit of accounts ... ...
Bicycle allowance-messengers ...
Cancelling machines and dies
Commission refunded to Barclays Bank
1).C.O.
Contribution to Currency Fund (Article 4
(2) (c) of First Schedule to Currency
Ordinance
Transferred to Currency Surplus Account
Article 4 (3) of First Schedule to
Currency Ordinance ....


$ 111.033-67
1080-00
1,400-00
120-00
2,527-94
415-06
1,801-28
1.441-53
133,179-.3
(;,:177-5 l
i,654-"54

4,00-00
2i5-82
1,240.00
7.!j)()
2,9h8.18

260.53


614,676.i5


754,3(67.20

S1,642,021.28


By: Dividends
Commission
lor issue and
redemption
ot notes for
sterling
Sundrmes


$1,595.270-42




24. .14


$1,64 2,02 .28


To R edeemed for sterling ...
Loss on securities redeemed
Balance at 31st December, 1954


Currency Fund

S s 1,20C000.00
7,205.18
62,082,33K.70


$63,289,544.88


By: Balance at
1st Jan.
1954
Issues for
sterling
Gain on
sale of
securities
Net aain on


$52,347,079.84

9,259,000.00


S.601.72


re-valua-
tion of
securities
at 30th
June and
31st Dec.
1954- 1,059,586.68
Contribution
from
Income A/C
Article 4
(2) (c) of
First
Schedule to
Currency
Ordinance 61,467.64

$63,289,544.88












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1955.-(No. 41.)


Currency Surplus Account


To: Payments to:--
Govt. of Trinidad &
Tobago
British Guiana ..
Barbados


By : Balance


$ 4 5,966.1 ;
193,620.93
77,4i8.40


$ 774,483.95


Amount transferred from In-
come A/C Article 4 (3) of
First Schridule to Currency
Ordinance ..


Antigua, ... I ,940.7()
St. Kitts-Ncvis ... 12,391.-4
Montserrat ... 4,646.901

tFindid/tard Is(Olands.


Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica


1ialances


1!,(;17.26
9,)i9*3 9-. "0
1 Si 5 17. 6
C,970.36 $' 774,483.90

7.54,:367.*Th

5 2 CuS, 85 1.15


Assets anid Liabilities


Liabilities.


Currency Fund
Suspense ?/C (Unpaid Claim)
Currency SIurplus Accourt (Article 5 of First
Schedule to Currency Ordinance) for
account of Government of:


Trinidad and Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados

Leeward Islands.
Antigua
St. Kitts-Nevis
Montserrat

llWivdrard Ilands.
Grenoad .
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica


Barclays Bank D.C.O. deposit for n


$62.062,3'i9.70
4.67


S414,901.97
18,iS1.81
75,436.72


Sccurit;es held by
Crown Agents for Over-
sea governments &
Administrations 854,812,917.78
On deposit; in Crown
Agents .oint Colonial
Fund 6,55 i,715.2B
On deposit with Accoun-
tant Gfineral, Trinidad
& Tobago 1 ,-36,048,56


13,578.62
12,069.&8
4,-526.20)


11,315.51
9,052.42
19,104.82
6,789.30 754,367.25

$62,836,711.62
ote issues $5,990,400.00


Market value at 31st
December, 1954, of
securities held by
Crown Agents for
Overseas Govern-
ments & Administra-
tions


$62,836,71 .62







$5,990,400.00


The above Accounts have been examined in accordance
with Article 7 of the 1st Schedule to Chapter 35 No. 2
(Trinidad and Tobago). I have obtained all the informa-
tion and explanations that I have required, and 1 certify,
as a result of this audit, that in my opinion the Accounts
are correct, subject to the observations contained in the
attached report.
WM. FELL, A
Acting Director Generai.


1st July, 1955.


fi. SPENCE,
riautihve Covintitssioner
fhitish Caribbeanl.
Board.:"


754,367.20


Assets.


16th May, 1955.













'GOVEHlNMENT GAZETTiEj, JULY 16, 1954.-(No. 41).


LA:OU\ R I):PAR.TMi.: ':NT,


31st, May, 1955.
S'j l'. foll ..i r m n" r~r'r n i I on r'T o lhe hc, of Coont-of-Living fndex 'inurem in so far as the w.orkicr-
I c;a s fanmilics are coricerned, is p bilishi ed for enI.eral info'ma.lion.
.OHN R. DARRE'E
acting Itb, r Or )i'cr.

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


The (Cot-,.f-Living Index for al items at the
following t hlr,, hows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures
the basic year tAn, st, 1939) taki-, n s 100:-


end of May. 1955. was 291, a,,d


at the end of each month as


th,


colnpa ed with


Jllne


July Au g. Se.


S 100 ...

... ... .o.


172 169 171 171 172

172 176 177 178 179

182 182 183 180 180

182 182 182 184 184

195 19G 199 199 204

212 2 2 2i3 209 209

205 205 2050 204 204

220 220 1 220 220 220

220 232 235 277 i 77

272 272 272 287 284

290 291 291 291 291

290 290 291 291 291


173


209

204.
I H


Oct.






167

179

180

188

204



213

215


258 25

284 24

290 289

291 291

I. i.


291


Statistics for May,
All items ...
Food only ...


1955.
... 191%
... 206%


Food: The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into accountt in the food group
was -6 points lower than at 30th April, 1955, and 20B6% higher than at 1939. This decrease was due
to a decrease in the retail price of fresh fish.
Rent: There ias been no change recorded in the general level of the working-class rerirs.
Fuiel and Cleaning: There wais no change in the figure for this class during the period under
review. The increase of 163% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 30th April, 1955,
remained unchanged.
Clothing: Infoimation collected from ,retailers indicated that a; 31st May, 1955, t'e
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the working-class f.inies
was the same as at 30th April, 1955, and 188% higher than at 1939.
All Others: There was no change in the prices of the articles under this group. The increase
of 95% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 30th April, 1955, remained unchanged.
All Items: If the average changes in the cost of all the foregoing items are combined in acccri-
ance with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, the re-ultantr ge~ne, ,,
average increase at 31st May, 1955, was 1 point lowor than at 30th April, 1955, and 191% higher
than at 1939.


286


Jan.


17:' 174

168 167

IS) 181

184 182

190 190


1939





944

1945

1946

1047


1946 r


1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955


Nov. l) c.




17:3 173



17w L'i

! 0 81

190 190

206 20u

2' 6 20(

21t:3

21'5: 263


284 284

289 289

291 2:1


21C

206

220

216

264

289

290

291


21(0

206

220

216

271

289

290

292


9217

272

289

290


292 i292


" ii m


"el). i .Mirh April May


"'

"'













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1955.-(No. 41).

IRAJE ACCOU'T4 FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1955.


Fart I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A --IMPORTS.


May, 1955. Jan.-May, 1955.
i-I


:ARTIC DE


Beer, Aei and Stout (giils) ..
Br' ad, Biscuits and Cakes (Ib) ...
Butter and Butter Substi:utes (lb)...i
Fiih (dried, z:.llcd. picklo:],


-,noked)
Flour inrd grii0 -
Flour Wheli(ten


(1b) ...

(lb) ..


Cornmeal
Oils
Rice
1Moat-Salt and Pickled (lb) ..
Smrked or Cured (lb) ...
Milk, Condensed () ..
Spirits and Wines (gfils) ..
Sugar-retined (11.) ..
unrefined ...
Tobceco--unmanufactuied (Ib) ..
cigarettes
Iron ir:d Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ...
Wood and Timber Unmanufactnurd
lumber (f) ...
Shingles
Apparel (value)...
i:s anind Sacks (value)
Iioots, Slices and Slippers (doz. pr-.)
Carts, Carriages, etc.-
Motor Cars (No.) ...
Other Commercial Vehicles (No) ..
Road Motor Paris (value) ...
Tyres and Tubes (value) ..
Cement (tons)
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards)
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ...
Other (value)...1
Electrical Supplies (value) .
Fertilisers and Manures (tons) ...
Hardware (value) ...
Iron and Steel Manufactures (tons)
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons)]
Air conditioning and refrigera-
ting (tons)...
Conveying, hoisting, excavating,
ncad construction and mining
(tons) ...
Electrical (tons) ...
Engines not for vehicles (tons) ...
Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ...
Oils-Illuminating and burn-
ing gals) ...
Fuel (gals) ...
Motor spirit gals) .
Painters' colours etc. (lbs))...
Soap (Ibs ...
Paper (all kinds; (value) ...
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
[sq. yds.)...
Twine (lbs(...


Quantity Value


S$


6.760
24.726
24,809


90,332

735,340
28,910
24,000
214,200
43,899
2,573
58,125
2,152
26,376
35,147
8,387
718


9f


5t
1I


3,825
7,750


854


16 553
8,196
12,250

23,644


Quantity


30,03
132,31
113,38

464,04


3
1


9


64,151 3,992,380
2,609 67,842
1,840 92,854
22,886 952,440
20,479 140,C02
2,423 19,791
13,881 270,154
7,391 12,221
2,731 309,764
3,570 187,691
8,159 51,791
1,879 5,136



26,423 440,728
155 69,000
9,539 ...

24,886 3,099


12 23,993
C 19,346
S 8,141
27,118
260 13,001

3,510 28,137
8,681 11,380
32
16,432
92 3832
11,558
73 21,838


20,009
15,030
50,825
15,451
27,849


1,275
1,258


7,037
4,614
19,026
7,616
5,498
15,888

3,184
1,939


31
14


Value


$
79,638
41,822
59,093

120,937

330,729
6,315
7,460
104 070
61,608
17,939
96,487
49,612
32,392
20,685
51,074
15,881



S120,936
2,180
65.351
23,542
180,300


80 151,987
14 40,652
32,860
85,466
2,009 103,437

13,168 127,285
44,648 82,863
519
101,424
850 111,131
51,216
522 268.766


...



89,353
74,379
C20,922
114,597
172,278


4,754
11,342


216




30,880
48,991
75,500
47,800
38,880
39,821

17,315
11,742


..













288 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. JULY 16. 1955.-. (No. 41).

B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


ARTICLE E


A-n ral- :-
Cattle (No.) ..
Pic' (No.) ...
S ,eep (Nc.) ...
Cocoa (r.aw) ( wts) ...
Fruit ;.d Nuts i fresh) and
Bananas (stem.s)...
Coconuts (No.) ...
Fruit Juiccs:
L;iie Juice (iaw) (gals) ..
Spice :-
Nutnies (cwt) ...i
Mace (wt) ...
Oilier (cwt) .. )
'"ottcfn Riw (cwt) ...
Copra (c t) ...
0 1, essential-Lime (b) ...
Nutmeg (Ib) ...


May, 1955.

Quantity \Va




43 7,
5
A 7.) )


1,914

15,395
4,200



1,502
261
30
603
1.937
570
720


iue




310
300
7(IA


169,114

23,500
202



69,318
46,587
1,393
42,819
27,531
3,916
4,406


Jan.--May,

Quantity


193
29
792
24,190

48,779
33,480



16,773
2,4 02
62
713
6,06:3
3.170
3,690


A. L, DOPWELL,
Acting Colonial Treasurer.


4th July, 1955.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 1st July, 1955.

Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


GRADES


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dricd Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Date fixed : 4th July, 1955.


Advances


10 Cents

14 do.

7 do.

60 do.

30 do.

10 do.


F. C. HUGHES,
SPcretary


GRENADA.

I'-INT'R .L3 Y '11 E GCOVIEBNEN' PRINTER AT THE QOVEBUMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST. GORGE'S.
1955


1955.

V il iIe


$

28,201
1,916
7,178
2,311,759

76,500
1,373



75-,912
379,712
3,103
49,960
90,360
22,873
20,293




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