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Title: Government gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Grenada
Publisher: Govt. Print. Off.
Govt. Print. Off.
Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: August 6, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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Government Gz azette.



Notice to Miariners.

West Indies, Antigua-Buoy removed for
General Overhaul.

rJi'E BIell D iy moored near the south-v.est
. edge of \\arrington Bank in the roa (stead of
St. t(hn's. An igu!,, has I een removed for overhaul
nd '-! epairs.
.\ 'lack and white Ca'n HBuy !has beon moored
1o imarrk the position penliing replacement of the
13ill ]Buoy.


Regional Economic Committee of the British West
1ndies, Bitish Guiana and British Honduras.

f :JH ,Regional Economic Ccmmitteo invites
1 :.pp!ic::.tions from suitably qualiliied persons
for the! following post.
at an annual salary in tih scale 1,320x5C-1,700
(S.. .i'. _'Ji10-$8,i60) plus a representation allow-
ance or 50C (_' 41i)) per annum. Salary and
allow,.ices are tax free in the United Kingdom in
the cvlt of the post being filled by a resident of
the I itish Caribbean area. Passages on assumrp-
tion and termination of appointment for the
Aist-aint, Trade Commissioner and family up to
five in all from the place of engagement to Londi.n
will be paid by the Committee.

Tie post doc s not at presenli r(ily i 'v i;' :''
pu;,i'rrnni;artion rights. The aplonnirmebn will bl
for a period of three years in the firi't instance.
Candidates shouldd possess a sound kInowledge of
cI ilce cr,!;inisation and administrative experience in
]ri;;tio;, o trade and commercial latLters. "'' lhe
should ilso be proficient in the assembly :.and
preseltou icn of st atistical material, co i ::;r iry
imarkt reports, publicity mate; ial etc. Pro! 0 ncr
\wil be given to ca:indidtes holding -pecial qlualifict-
tinus in rrade and commerce.
The c(cmrnittce reserves the right to fill thle poit
lbY invitation if no suitable application is rece \-d.
Applications furnishing full details of eanof la.te'
education, special qu:ilification andi ep:]'rie;:ce,
.ogetchlr with supporting doc menr; and n.d;ii ,'
two relerso(, should be n.a',ressed to the l'.x'curiii
-,creta ry, Regional Econrimic r(Coinim te, li:'- tiiigs
]Iouse, liarhbauos, to reac-h him iv '. thA .Ai,',,A ,

(;overniel:nt Oflice,
27thli July, 155-.



TiHE annual report of the Comptroller for
1 Development and Welfare in the West
Indies for the year 1954 has just been publis;hedl.
A very limited number of copies will be available-
at the Government Office at 84 cents per copy.

Govarmnenit Office,
26th July, 1955.
M.P. 354/5.


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Road Cosing.

THI-E portion of the St. Cyr Road
L lean in from its junction with Grenvillo Road
near to the St. Cyr Can-eway will he closed to
vehicular tralfie as from 22nd August for a period
of 9 weeks in order to carry out alterations to
the St. (yr 'aus'eway. Pers.ns tr:cav eling from
St. fGeo'gcg s to the Miraheau {os!pitl :ie advised
to use tho route through L:i lorco anti Byelands,
nnd persons travelling front Sauteurs a id the
eastern part o,: :nL. Andrew'"' the om.e through
La Fillette and Tlli. Horne.

E. (I. RAE,
'mni d oleie't of Public oK\,.


St. David's Primary School.

TE!ND:Ri S are invited for the crctinii olf a
Primiiary -ci')ol at St. IDavid's. Forms of
tender, Specifieation. condtiions, of co:itr;i and
plais may h, crh!,aiined from the Public \Vorks
Department f01rom MAlonday, 8th August, n:' paynmenr
of a ceposic, of .1 I '5.00 repivyaable on the return of
the plt i and dooiiiontcs and on the recait of a
boua tide tender.
Tenders should he enclosed in a seuald env>.lope
endorsed St. David's Primary School and should
be delivered so as to reach flis lHonuir the
Administrator, Government Office, before ,tiiiid!l
on. ,[onda.y, the ?'2?id A il./st.

P. G. RAE,
Su1p)'rin.tcnde7nt of ubW.ic WlVrks.

5th August, 19u5.


Apprenticeship Scheme.

A P! LICATIONS are invited for four Agri-
L cultural .\pprenticships shot ly to become
vacant in the Department of Agiirulture.
2. The course of training will ib for a period of
one year and will commence on the I s! October,
1935. Successful candidates will be required to
reside ant Mt. MlorAx Agricultural Station in quarters
provided theic to be under the control of the
Ag;iculetural .\svis'tant. They vw:11 receive an
allowance of -. -' per annumn and will be acquired
to mako their ,,i ;irrange.munts for board.
3. The ,,. vermnent eacepts no responsibility
expressed nor implied to employ :r to find tnploy-
meet for apprentices on the completion of their

, AUGUST 6. li)5,--(No. 44).

4. Applicants, who t.hould be ht)-ween the ages of
18 and 24 should state age s-chool or schools
,tended with standard or eertifcate atinai:c:, pist
and !:resent employment and emolument.-u auir :d
at the present time, e .perience in agriculture andi
the facilities whilc they expect will b available to
them for practising agriculture aft"r their period of
5. Applications should be addressed to the
Superintendent of A;;riculture, Bootanic Gardens,
't. George's, and should reach that address not
later than 31st .Auus', 1955. The envelope con-
tWai ing the appltica ita marked Appreniticeshiyp"
on the outside.
6. Tesoimnials wxic 'e will nout hl returned
W:houtd accompany thel applications.

W. i. E. NANTON,
S'' i'aten Cndent of Agr'icm'illooi.

7th July, 1955.

Notice to Exporters of Livestock.

VWNERS of livestock for export at Grenville are
hereby notified that tie Veterinary Officer
will h: avaiiaile for inspecting such livcef ck at
SGr nville on the ioor'ings- of Tuesday and Frida.y
i n each w\rek only. :ipplictions for this scer'viic
imu.t reach the Agricultural Ollcer, Tantmen. iy.
:nid-lday i;n M ondays and Wednesdays.

WS'pe,i;ttendent of Agriculture.
1st J.dy, 1955.

Pest of Veterinary Assistant

Veterinary Division.

SPPLIC.TIONS are invited for the po;t of
1L Veterinary Assistant, soon to he vacant, in
the Department of Agriculture, Grenada, B.W.I.
The post which is non-pensionahl, carries n
salary of 'i 1,032x sO-i1,1 -2 x S72--81,38H and a
travelling allowance of 144 per ann;,in. The ,po.
is tenable during the currency of the Ati ,.
Insemination S-chemo, but will be subject to a pro-
hationary period of three (3) months in the firs~
i stance.
The duties of the poat will consist m.inly of
laboratory and field work in connexion wiith the
Ipogramme of .. i. .1 ise .imnation in the colony,
but other duties may be :i.ssi.ned to the oi)t by
the Superintendent c f -Agriculture. The po<- w;!
he under the immedi ite control ol the Veteor;inry
Ofiicer. The appointee must he licensed to drive
a car.
Applicants who s! uid hiav sir iemnc muai.ificatioiS
preferally at the Higher -chool Uertifice:te lv'el
should apply in writing, stating ag e. scols attended,
examinations and subjects in which they :btaii
passes, previous employment~ and C;nolmitue!its
received. Applicatic us should he *ulidrsse'd to tilH
Secretary, Public Se:vico Con:mission, and ;]:il
reach himi not later sihan the 15th August.
The successful applicant will b1" required to
assume full duty on 1st October, 1955.



.V. WINSTON C. L. DRAGON ,cn electric
to le :. ieii ber of th .. hn's DI)lsriet
E.,ard to Iill tIir vacancy 'r. i!cl hby idh resignalionn
of \"r. L. A. .JAPAL, for the period nI.iinig 30lt
September, 1':'7.

5th August, 1955.
1.p. 3. ; .


T 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
Night Signal.-A red light will be hoisted on the
flag pole of all Police Stations.


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 ofReliefOfficers.-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 report 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 ccntrcs fcr the injured.

III-Action to be taken after Warning Issued.

Dissemination of Warning.-The Port Officers
will warn all shipping.
SecurinIg 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-Chargc wi11
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.


The District Officer of Carrnacou will be
responsible for taking any necessary action in the
dependency in hurricane conditions.


The Colonial Treasurer, the Senior Medical
Officer, the Chief of Police, the Saperiiicndent 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.

Acting Government Secretary.

Government Office,
July, 1955.





SPPLIC,.TION. ar iu, ittd fri,.n suitable'
~ qualified persons: for :p;)ointiimeti t tothle ;st
of LinotypP Operator, Governmn;e:t Prin nI.'
Office S'. Vincenl;.
2. The post which is pensionabl., carries ta '1ary
scale Sl1,104 x .S72-$1,6 :i pr annimn. Cot-
side,~.tioi will be given to tlih appoiniinent of a
candi'i!o!, at a sal-ary in excess of the mininiumt if
the qualifications and experience. of the candidate
or either circumstances justify such a cour-e.
3. It i;s ssential that applicants should have a
full 1:;!owledgc of the mechi'anismn of Linotype
machines a'td should have work, d in a recognised-
P:riinig (O)lce ::s a Linotypo Operator for some
time. 'The appointment i- subject to the candi-
date's medical fitness and to satisfactory service
during a priobatLionary period cf one year in tie
first ins'lt Inle.
4. Fro'e passages for the appointee, his wife and
children underr the age of' 1i y-ars) wi!l hie pro-
videi on first appointment. T'he al p:.:intcaO will
be expected to a sume duty immediately upon
app3l'it urin::.
*5. Applications with details of qualifica li ns andl
past ;\xp-ri;'nce ac.':oimpa,,nied by two recent testi-
monias should he addressed to the Grv-rntn: t it.
Secreol -i GCvernment Ofice, St, Vincei-, 1. W.. ..
and should iuacli him not later tBhan Isth Ait/iut,

Government Office,
St. Vincedt,
5th July, 1955.


Yacancy of Inspector of Labour
(Factories), Brisish Guiana.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
J quahtifidl persons for appointment to the
vacant post of Inspector of Libour (Factories),
Labour Department.
2. The post is pensionable and on tie salary
scale A -: ;$4,560 x $_4i-.5,760 per ,-n.num.
3. The successful candidate will be required to
pass the usual medical examination for ad'nission
to the Public service and confirmation in tlie
appointment is subject to satisfactory work and
conduct during a probationary period of two years.
4. Applicants should have--
(a) either a degree or equivalent qualification in
Mechanical and/or Electrical Engineering
e.g. A.ML I. Mech. E. or A.M.I.E.E.), or
considerable knowledge of and experience
in, these subjects, proof of which will be
required : and a knowledge of the operation
of steam boilers and pressure vessels;
(b) some idea, of, and/or experience in, the
operation of safety measures would be an
advantage ;
(c) a general aptitude for this type of work.
This is a fundamental necessity and candi-
dates should be able to provide some
evidence; and

(d) at earned thi' age of 295 yo r, .ld should -ut.
;e over 45 years of age.
The duties of the c~.t are as follows:-
i o) insiecci,: n genu'-ally of icories in ti o
Coby :
{/,) thio in rpction of .a.n-ral regiso 's and o -cir
record r('"uid he kept ondp.Er the p;--
vision. of tlo Fa a;'ies Orlin cr, .. i t'i,
]elit',lnl ions mnd ti creindr :l
( *, .d.vi4.i" I i- ioner of Labour on thi
v i : (;i .r h. N: v rious !autoris, ]ck ,i-lntir'o
iA i;::. a;vi leaking suggin,-. S, Uwho;
ncoi'! i:ry, 1i 1:e10 enactimcnti of fuith r
lC a'isl ti']i f:ri :l ihnprov( .:ie nt of working
and safes ca.: !liti' : i f ri;.ori? s :
(7) a i;.dl in i' in i : : -:i tio : f bo in, 'olIuo? ris
atia r, -:h i b-cmin s 'f'' e.' c o us::ci s
and c 1 .- ying Ii- -of p o iiga, : in-i, rti a-
l i :n i ] :
(e) the cil ti ;! 1 1i(\ of t.!d i c't isarii l, ircie ni c
;:rl r,0 ty o0i a: :idoiW s go ecridly ;iid the
forinilati,-n :F prl 1 Ios:. l to ox rconl e them ;
( f/') tl-" ('ti c,, u f 1, h prc'isi I'; rf Il]e
I'actheris Ordina w-, 0-17, and o,:r rie It;ed
legi-is!ati, wl.h speciall referciee -p i Stifey
pll',i ionq ai n' ti' invesrigqn i 4 n of accidents.
(it) tho wn. v,-! -,;.ini a tion of office vxock iela ti-
to t re.' r. *d oin sp o of
f s, ani:i i t oL ; keeping oir a propriat

(h) the I' p.iOd i nm; or l eorN in fb (i:ry insiq." i.n
Nwork :
(i) any o;tlicr i 'ti ,,l r t:i ti Cimn io siui 'i r ot
LaboutL' I:.ay ;i 'i it.
6. Tho succe.sfl' c-a iiRteo if over 40 years ,f
age, and not already in \ 0 Pnblio Service., would:
be appointed on ,ntni'ri i t for :; years: renewable
on such terns as inmay 1 a, agreed upon between tl'f
Government and the p -son engaged.
7. A contract loicor, ii selected fiorn ;ovrses,
would be provided vwit; pj:saes to B i.isi Guina
for himself, his wile L nd child en (if an, ) not
exceeding fie pers-ns in Ql, provided they either
accompany him to Brntish Guiana or join hnm
here within twelve months of his de arhtrc for
the Colony. (Children to le under 18 years of
of age, unmarried and dependent on the oflicor).
A similar passage conc ss-ion will he granted, at
Government expose, foi' the officer and his family,
back to the country from which he is rec'ruited,
on the satisfactory can pletion cf his contract.
8. The candidate sa o.:c-ed will be subject on
appointment io the ( "honial Regulatio,.-, Local
Regulations, anid Generda Order-s, and instruction
in force, from time to ti no, in so far as they are
9. Vacation leave is ,"anied at the rMtc of 5 days
for each comiplet ed men h of resident service up to
a mx iimum (f bix anioit :-,. subject to a minimum
tour of 2 years resident -ervice.
A pens:onable otlicer would be etitii!e for the
::rant of assi-sted leave p.ssageos for- inimsell a'd
his wife, subject to the Jequi;ements ot the Pt!.i
Officers Leave (Passages) Regulations, No. 30 of
10. Applications stating name in full, date and
year of birth, qualificati ms, and details of 1iractical
experience accompanied by copies of at least two
recent testimonials should be addressed to the
Chief Establishment Oflicer, Chief Secretary's.
Office, Pnblic Buildings, British Guiana, and


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUCUST 6, 1955.-(No. 44). 311

should reach hiln 'inot later than the 80th. o' Aw'ust., 4. The candidate selected will he responsible
1955. Applicatiros received after this date will subject to directions from the Director of Public
not be considered. Works or other duly authorised officer for the
11. Applicants already in the Public Service maintenance of the Public Woeks Department
should submit their applications through the equipment which includes road making apparatus,
normal official channels. sea and river defence machinery. The candidate
must be an Associatc Member of the Institute of
12. Persons who applied in response to the Mechanical Engineers.
previous advertisement inviting applications for
tlis post published in May, 1955, need not re-apply 5. Vac ition leave is earned lat a rate of five days
ias their applications will he considered by the lor each completed month of resident service up
Public servicee Commisqion. to a minxinumn of six months, subject to the com-
pletion of a minimum tour of two years.
(M.'. No. c. 77/5/19). A pensionable officer, or 1, contact oilicer, on
the satisfactory completion and renewal of his
conttrtct, woIlhi he eligible for the grant of assistecr
leave passages in acco!danie with thle Public
NOT'ICE\. Officers Leave (Passages) hegulat'ons.
A\ contiric officer. if selected from overseas,
Vacancy for Mechanical Engineer, Public Works would he provided with passage? to British Guiana
Department British Guiana. for himself, his wife and children (it any) not
Exceeding fivo persons in all provided they ci!her
accompany him to .,riti. Gui:iana or join him here
w within twelve months ,f Ai< dep:arluie for the
PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably o ,o. (Children io l, undir I' years of age,
Squ.,lified persons for appintmont to the post -uniaried ani epene tie oii I. L simi-
of Mechalnical Engineer, Publie \Vorks Departent lar passage concession w\il 1.e granted for the
I tii ii:di Guiana.
l'iti-h Guiana. ollicer an. his family, |La k to t(; coiini.ry from
iThe, salary of the post will be on the scale which hle xsM recruited on the satisfactory com-
A ,3 : a .1.; -.1'4-. ,.,.' 7i 720 per annum. pletion of his contract.
3. The successful canCidaLte may be appointed 6. App locations should be addressed to the .
nccor.ling to his preference, either on a plIrumantr.nt E stablishi ment Officcr, ( eOtal Secrotariat-Estab-
and pension:hle basis subject, if the officer is not lishment Dep irtment, Public Buildings, Geor-c-
ali-ndy in -overnneut employment, to his serving I town, British (;ui;nna, and should state the a;ppli-
sa:tisifctorily as Mechanical iEnigieer during ta cant's diate, of hIirthl, qualifications and experience
prcbationary pieiod of one ye;r, or on a three year and should be accompanied by two recent t.sti-
contract, renewaible by mutual consent on such monials. Applications lhon:ld ib sulnmitted ,it
termun as mav he agreed upon between the Govern- le l/*r fthn lte ( 0(l of A l /A/ist, 795.-5.
meit a:nd the person engaged. Candidates should 7. Applicants ai.e:ly employed in the IPulic
prefe.rably be under 40 years of age, but a success- Service should sulmii their applications through
fui candidate ;f over 40 years, and not in the the normal official channels.
public service would be i.rl ..I appointment on
contact. (M.P. No. 102'5/12/3).


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Associatio.

Effective from 1st July, 1955.
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

1 ; AI ; ll V.I ---

Green Nutmegs 10 Ceni,-

Drv do. 14 .A.

Cracked Grinders 7 do.

Dried Whole Mace 60 do.

Dried Broken Mace 1 30 do.

Mace Pickings 10 do.

S-creta? .
Date fixed: 18th July, 1955.


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