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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


Snbiiisbhcb b Antboriti.


VoL. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1955. [No. 45.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 223.
IT is hereby notified for general information that
the Queen has approved the observance of Her
Majesty's Birthday in 1956 on Thursday, 31st May.
10th August, 1955.
M.P. 305 B.

APPOINTMENTS
No. 224.
r FHE following persons have been appointed to
.1 h members of the Transport Board under
section 3 of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance, (No. 2 of 1938) for the period ending
31st May, 1957 :-
The SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS,
(Chairnan)
The CHIEF OF POLICE,
lion. L. C. J. THOMAS.
W. A. KNIGHT, Esq., M.B.E.,
0. M. BAIN. Esq.,
R. FERGUSON, Esq.,
CLEOPHAS PETERS, Esq.
12th Augtst, 1955.
Mi.r. 243.

Public Service Commission.
No. 225.
T is hereby notified for general information that
His Excellency the Governor has been pleased
to re-constitute the Public Service Commission for
a period of one year with effect from 16th August,
195, as fellows:-
DR. J. R GIooMs, (Chairman).
V. H. HAGLEY, Esq.,
0. M. BAIN, Esq.,
DR. L. A. RAPIER.
12th August, 1955.
M.r. 1836.


ACTING APPOINTMENT.
No. 226.
TITITH reference to Gazette notice No. 211 of
16th July, 1955, it is hereby announced
that The Exequatur empowering Mr. ERIC
POLLONAIS to act as German Consul at Port of
Spain, for Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Grenada,
St. Lucia and St. Vincent, received Her Majesty's
signature on 24th June, .195.5.

6th August, 1955.
M.P. 115 li,


LEAVH.
No. 227.
HON. R. O. WILLIAMS, J.P., Member for
SSt. Patrick's, has been granted two weeks
leave of absence, from his duties as a Member of
the Legislative and Executive Councils with effecL
from 12th August, 1955.
12th August, 1955.
M.P. A 58/36 II.

No. 228.
HON. E. M. GAIRY, Member for the Parish of
St. George has been granted 10 days leave of
absence from his duties as a Member of the
Legislative and Executive Councils with effect from
I 2h August, 1955.
12th August, 1955.
M.P: A 58/36 n.


No. 229
T HE Ri'ght Honourable the Secreiary of State
Sfor the Colonies has notified the Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her


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Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to th i
following Ordinances of the Grenada Legislature: -
No 7 of 1955.-An Ordinance to make provision
for the preparation ani publication of a
Revised Edition of the Laws of the Colony.
No. 9 of 195-5.-An Ordinance to repeal and
replace the Beach Protection Ordinance,
1954.


No. 10 of 1955.-An Ordinance to substitute t.he
title of Labour Commnissioner for thia of
Labour Officer in all Grenada Logislation.
No. 11. of 1955.-An Ordinance to amend t he
Merchandise .\Marks Ordinance (Cap 110).
No. 13 of 1955.-An Ordinance to amend the
Cocoa (Cess) Ordinance 1950.
13th August, 1955.


No. 230.
Tenders for Supplies to Government Institutions &c., for the Year, 1956.


EALI<;D TENDI)ERS will be received at this office, until 4 p.m., on Thursday. 15th September,
S 1955. for the supply during the year 1956, of such qluantities of the undormentioned articles as
may he daily or otherwise required for the use of the several (Government Departments and Institutions
in the Town and Parish of St. George and St. Andrew's and Carriacou.


ST. GEORGE'S.

Head A.-Groceries, etc.

Barley .. .. per pound.
Bovril .. .. pot
Brandy, ( state brand) .. .. per bottle
Butter, Table .. .. .. per pound.
Cheese .. .. do.
Coffee .. do.
Milk, condensed (state brend) case of 48 tins.
Oats, cereal ( do ) .. per tin.
Oil, sweet .. .. per bottle
Tea, (state brand) .. .. per pound
Soap, Laundry .. .. .. per case


Head B.-Meat, Fish, etc.


Beef, fresh, without bone
do with bone
Beef, salt
Pork, Salt
do Fresh
Fowls
Fish Fresh (a) ..
Lettuce
Tomatoes


per pound
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
.. per ounce
.. per pound


Head C.-Ground Provisions.


Breadfruit
Bluggoes
Potatoes, Sweet ..
do English
Tannias
Yams


per pound
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.


Head D.-Dairy Produce.

Eggs, Fowls, Richmond Hill Institutions per dozen
do. Colony Hospital do.

Head E.-Miscellaneous.
Charcoal--
For Colony Hospital .. .. per barrel
For Richmond Hill Institutions; do.
Firewood (heavy only) :-
For Colony Hospital .. .. per cord
For Richmond Hill Institutions do.


Iecad F.-Bedding, Clothing, etc


Canvas
Coconut fibre


per yard
per pound


Domestic .. .. .. per yard
Drill, blue hector .. .. do.
Duck, brown .. .. do.
do white .. .. .. do.
Dungaree .. .. do.
Flannel .. .. do.
SHndkerchief, blue check .. each
Hocks and Eyes, metal, black, large, per dozen
do do metal, white, large per dozen
Jean, blue .. .. .. per yard
Mohair blue .. .. .. do
Muslin .. .. .. do.
Osnaburg .. .. .. do.
Serge, blue .. do.
Sheeting (unbleached calico) 2 yds. w de per yard
Silesia, black .. .. .. per yard
do striped .. .. do.
Substitute, silk black .. .. per dozen


Tape
Thread, Brown ..
do white

do black
do white bas
Thread, khaki

Ticking striped bed
Towels, hand
Tuwine' sene


ting


Whisky


reels.
.per dozen
per pound
per dozen
reels
do.
.. per ball
.. per dozen
reels
.. per yard
. each
.. per pound
.. per bottle


ST. ANDREW'S HOSPITAL.

Head A.-Groceries.


Barley
Biscuits
Bovril
Brandy
Bread
Butter
Cocoa (prepared
Coffee
Matches (safety

Milk, condensed

Milk, fresh
Oil sweet
Oil kerosene
Oleomargarine
Peas, split


- .. per pound
do.
per pot
per bottle
per pouna
do.
I) .. .. do.
do.
.. per dozen
boxes
.. per dozen
tins
per reputed qt.
per bott.e
per case
per pound
do.


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per pound
do.
do.
do.
. .. per botie


Head B.-Meat, Fish etc.


Beef, fresh, without bone .. per pound
do with bone .. .. do.
Beef, sait .. .. do.
Fish. fresh (a) .. .. do.
Fish, satt .. .. do.
Fowls .. .. do.
Pork, salt .. .. do.
do fresh .. .. do.

Head C.-Ground Provisions.

Breadfruit .. .. per pound
Onions .. do.
Plantains .. .. do.
Potatoes (English) .. do.
do (sweet) .. .. do.
Tann:-s .. .. .. dc.
Yams .. .. .. do.


Eggs


Charcoal
Firewood


Head D.-Dairv Produce.

.. per dozen

Head E.-Miscellaneous.

.. per barrel
.. per cord


THE BELLEVUE HOSPITAL. CARRIACOU.

Head A.-Groceries.


Barley
Biscuits
Black pepper
Bovril
Brandy


.. per pound
do.
do.
.. per pot
.. .. per bottle


Bread
Cocoa
Coffee
Cornstarch
Matches (safety)


Milk, condensed
Oatmeal
Oil, Sweet
SOil, kerosene, 95 % test
Oleomargarine
Peas, split
Rice
Sago
Salt
Soap, Laundry

Sugar, brown
Sugar, granulated
Whisky


Beef, fresh, without bone
do do with bon
Beef, fresh, (a) ..
Fish, salt
Fowls
Pork, salt
do fresh


Heac
Charcoal
Firewood

Head

Eggs
Milk

Head E.

Onions
Plantains
Pumpkins
Potatoes, sweet ..
Tannias
Yams


per pound
do.
do.
do.
per dozen
boxes
per tin
per pound
per bottle
per case
per pound
do.
do.
do.
do.
per boxes
of 56 lbs.
per pound
do.
per bottle


per pound
!e .. do.
do.
do.
do.
dc.
do.


SC. Miscellaneous.
.. per pound
do.

D.-Dairv Produce.

.. per dozen
... per bottle

-Ground Provisions.

per pound
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.


Tenders are to be addressed to the Chairman, Tenders Board, and marked on the envelope, T'NDER FOR
SUPPLIES TO GOVERNMENT1 INSTITUTIONS, &C." They should, in all cases, he accompanied by samples or by a
sufficient description of the class and quality of the Goods intended to be supplied under the tender. Samples thus
sent will, in the event of the tender not being accepted, be returned on application to Government Office within
-one month of the tenders being considered and, if not so applied for and removed, no further responsibility for
them is assumed by the Government.
Copies of the form of Bond to be entered into, and of the foris of tender, and any further particulars desired
can be obtained on application at Government Office.
No account for articles supplied by a Contractor will be passed for payment at the
Treasury until his bond shall have been duly executed.
The governmentt does not bind itself to accerd thi lovwt o- arv tenide si-, reserves the pev'pei ( accepting
any part of tlhe tender.
Nothing in any contract which may be entered into will be considered as affecting the light of fihe Government
to import at any time any articles it may require notwithstanding such supply is contracted for locally.
Articles to be supplied for the use of the Mental Hospital, House of llefuie. and lichmond Hill Prisons,
excepting charcoal and firewood winch must be delivered at those Institutions. are to be delivered to the
Asylunis and the Prison Cart at the door of the Contractor's premises.
(a) 'Tndejis will require to state the earliest hour at which they would be prepared to supply fresh fish.

CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT.

1. The Contract to be from 1st January. to the 31st December, 1MJ56. inclusive.
-. The contiacfor undertakes to deliver at his own expense into the Stores'- o Institutians the
satii-des lnalled in the annexed printed paper marked At at the price therein stated, at sucl days. at such times, and
"i s:l-lh quan1rtities as may be stated on the requisition of the Head of the Department or Officer in change, and for 1lie
purposes of such delivery any time so specified by ihe Head of the Department or Officer in Charge, shall be deemed
to be of the essence of this Contract.


Rice
Sugar, muscovada
do white
Soap, Laundry ..
Whisky


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3. Every article supplied must be of unexceptionable quality, and according to the samples or specification which
accompanied the 'Teuder, in cases where snch sample-or specification was submitted.
4. Any articles considered by the Head of the Department or the Officer in t charge to be of inferior quality niny
be rejected by him, and shall be immediately removed and replaced by the Contractor at his own expense, without
any allowance being made to him for sucl articles.
5. If the rejected articles are not removed within ( hours from the time notice shall have been given to the
Contractor, they will be returned to. and at the expense of the Contractor; provided that if the Contractor gives suctc
explanation ;s may be satisfactory to the Governor, such reduction shall not be made.
6. Should the Contractor neglect or refuse to replace rejected articles or to supply any of the articles contracted
for at tIh times stated in the requisitions, the Head of the Department or Officer in Charge shall be at lilm-rtv to
purclhas( the said articles from other persons : and the difference between the price paid for such articles and the
contract price shall be deducted from the next pa nmeint made to the Contractor.
7. The Head of tl!- Department or Officer in Chargte may, if he should dreem it net c-sar y, purchase articles of
perishable food. such as meat, fish, &c., at once to replace rejected articles.
I. 1 f the Contractoir should fail to comply with paragraph or commit any of the Irre"gul.rities mentioned in
pa;ra'iph (; tihe ( governor in Council shall have power to terminate tle Colinraul i immerliacely or at such time as may
appear to tim proper or convenient.
). 'The Contract may be Icrinitated at any tillm bhy three Imnilihs' nt ice being gi'-lin either lv *lie ('Coll:racto(,
tio ti' A.diinlistr:tnor or by the Administrator to t.he c',ontractor. Such notice shall Ile dcriened to r'el't: i
thei whillfe Cilotract a;nd not to a in item or items thiercoF.
*'This does not anply to cerlaiin cases, which mav I,e a c-'i'tained on applications ait Giovernmnit Offic". It w'il
apply to the Colony Hospital and thie Go\uerorn'nrt l'itritinii c tlic.
'l'llis will be tile list of Articles in respect of which Lhlo contract is entered into.
13th August, 1955.
Fil, i /I/ .


No. 2ri.
INTERMENT OF PAUPERS.


E1 I : LED Tenders will be received for burial of paupers in each district during the year 1955 as
k follows:-
Town and Parish of St. George (including pauper inmates of the several Government
Institutions);
Town of Grenville and Parish of St. Andrew (including pauper inmates of the Princess Alice
Hospital);
Town of Gouyave and Parish of St. John;
Town of Victoria and Parish of St. Mark;
Town of Sauteurs and Parish of St. Patrick;
Parish of St. David and
The Dependency of Carriacou.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman, Tenders Board, St. George's, marked "Tender for
burial of paupers" by 4.00 p.m. Thursday, 15th September, 1955.
Forms of tender may be obtained on application at the Government Office.

13th August, 1955.
M.P. 185/2/55.


No. 232.
Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Milk.

EALED Tenders are invited for the supply of
fresh milk to Government institutions in
St. George's.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, by 4.00 p.m. Wednesday 15th
September, 1954, marked "Tenders for the supply
of fresh milk".
Details of the conditions of the contract will be
supplied on application to the Senior Medical
Officer.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
13th August, 1955.
M.P. 185/6/55.


No. 233.
Tenders for the Conveyance of Mails, Passengers.
and Cargo between Grenada and Carriacou.

EALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo weekly by
auxiliary vessel of not less than 50 tons between
Grenada and Carriacou and which will include
a trip to Union Island once a fortnight and an
additional fortnightly trip to Carriacou. The
vessel should be fitted with lavatory and equipped
with adequate seating accommodation for passen-
gers and boats and lifeboats for passengers and
crew.
2. All personnel travelling on official business
and plant material, livestock etc, transported on
behalf of Government will 'be conveyed free of
charge. Suitable space must also be reserved below
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 18, 1955.-(No. 45).


by the Government ice contractor, such ice to be
transported free of charge up to a maximum of
1U ton.
3. The contract will be for a period of one year
from the 1st January to the 31st December, 1956.
4. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, marked "Tenders for the convey-
ance of mails, passengers and cargo between
Grenada and Carriacou" by 4.00 p.m. Thursday
15th September,1955.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
13th August, 1955.
M.P. 352/9 vi.

No. 234.
Tenders for the Conveyance of Mails and Passengers
between Carriacou and Petit Martinique.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo weekly by boat
between Carriacou and Petit Martinique.
2. Persons and articles shall be conveyed free
when carried on behalf of Government and under
the conditions laid down in the contract.
3. The contract will be for a period of one year
from Ist January to 31st December, 1956.
4. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, marked "Tenders for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo between Carriacou
and Petit Martinique" by 4.00 p.m. Thursday,
15th September, 1955.
13th August, 1955.
M.P. 1078.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
.Actin 'OocP'Lment Si'.cIPrtC1.

government t Office,
13th August, 1955.


NOTICE.

Regional Economic Committee of the British West
iidies, British Guiana and British Honduras.


rIHE Regional Economic Committee invites
applications from suitably qualified persons
for tohe following post.
AS,<;STANT T.RA-\DE COMMISSIONER IN
THE BRITISJH WEST INDIES, BRITISH
GUIANA AND BRITISH IIONI)IDRAS IN
THE UNITED KINGDOM
at aun nmual salary in the scale 1,320x5C-1,700
(.$C,:l3x.(; S40-88,ii60) plus a representation allow-
aneI- of ,)0C ($2.400) per :nnum. Salary and
all.wncos are tax free in the United Kingdom inr
*.he event of the post being filled by a resident of
the British Caribbean area. Passages on assump-
tion and termination of appointment for the


Assistant Trade Commissioner and family up to
five in all from the place of engagement to London
will be paid by the Committee.
The post does not at present carry pension or
superannuation rights. The appointment will be
for a period of three years in the first instance.
Candidates should possess a sound knowledge of
office organisation and administrative experience in
relation to trade and commercial matters. Thev
should also be proficient in the assembly and
presentation of statistical material, commodity
market reports, publicity material etc. Preference
will be given to candidates holding special qualifica-
tions in trade and commerce.
The Committee reserves the right to fill the post
by invitation if no suitable application is received.
Applications furnishing full details of candidate's
education, special qualification and experience,
together with supporting doc-iments and names of
two referees, should he addressed to the Executive
Secretary, Regional Economic (Comnuittee, Hastings
House, Barbados, to reach him by 20th A.lcuist,
1955.

Government Office,
Grenada,
27th July, l155.


NOTICE.


REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER FOR DEVELOP-
MEMT AND WELFARE IN THE WEST INDIES.

THE annual report of the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare in the West
Indies for the year 1954 has just been published.
A very limited number of copies will he available
at the Government Office at 84 cents per copy.

Government Oflice,
Grenada,
26th July, 1955.
M.r. 354/5.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.

Issue of Warrants under the 'iater
Supply Ordinance, (Cap. 240).

,TOTICE is hereby given that under the aul hority
of section 35 of the W\ater Supply Ordinance,
warrants will be issued from this Office lor the
recovery of water rates relnaining unpaid after the
,31s'l Awlust, 1955, in respect of the year 1955,
together witi the fines due thereon.

G. E. C. STANDFOR),
Co'onial Treasurer,


The Treasury,
August 11, 1955.


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GOVBRNMENTW GA&ZE[TE,1 AUGU ST,8; U1.455.---(N,. ..45).


Road Closing.


THE portion of the St. Cyr Mirabeau Road,
leading from its junction with Grenville Road
near to the St. Cyr Causeway will be closed to
vehicular traffic.as from 22nd August for a period
of 9 weeks in order to carry out alterations to.
the St.. Cyr Causeway. Persons travelling from
.St. George's to the Mirabeau Hospital are advised:
to use the route through La Force and Byelands,
and persons travelling from Sauteurs and the;
eastern part of St. Andrew's the route through;
La Fillette and it. Home.

R. G. RAE,
Superintendent of Public Works.

3rd August, 1955.


NOTICE.

St. David's Primary School.


IPENDERS are invited for the erection of a
1 Primary school at t. David's. Forms of
tender, Specification, conditions of contract and
plans may be obtained from the Public Works
Department from Mionday, 8th August, on payment
-of a deposit of $15.00 repayable on the return of
th! plans and documents and on the receipt of a
lnai fide tender.
'Tenders should he enclosed in a sealed envelope
endorsed St;. David's Primary School and should
be delivered so as to reach His Honour the
Administrator, Government Office, before midday/
on Monday, the 22nd August.

R. G. RAE,
Superintendent of Public Works.

o5th August, 1955.


AGRICULTURE.

Apprenticeship Scheme.


tPPLICATIONS are invited for four Agri-
_-1 cultural Apprenticeships shortly to become
vacant in the Department of Agriculture.
2. The course of training will be for a period of
one year and will commence on the 1st October,
1955. Successful candidates will be required to.
reside at Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station in quarters
provided there to be under the control of the
Agricultural Assistant. They will receive an
allowance of $384 per annum and will be required
to make their own arrangements for hoard.
3. The Government accepts no respannihbility
expressed ne' implied to employ or to find -mploy-
me t for apprentices on the completion of their
course.
4. Applicants, who should be between the ages of
18 and 24 should state age, school or schools
attended with standard or certificate attained, past


apd present employment and emoluments earned
at the present time, experience in agriculture and
the facilities which they expect will he available to
them for practising agriculture after their period of
apprenticeship.
5. Applications should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Agriculture, Botanic Gardens,
St. George's, and should reach that address not
later than 81st August, 1955. The envelope con-
taining the application marked "Apprenticeship"
on the outside.
6. Testimcnials which will not be returned
should accompany the applications.

W. R. E. NANTON,
Superin'tendeut of Agriculture.

7th July, 1955.


Post of Veterinary Assistant

Veterinary Division.

SPF-LICATIONS are invited for the post of
Veterinary Assistant, soon to be vacant, .in
the Department of Agriculture, Grenada, B.W.1.
The post which is non-pensionablo carries ;,
salary of $1,032 x $60-$l,152 x .7_-.l-,3(i8 and a
travelling allowance of $441 per annum. The post
is tenable during the currency of the Artifiicil
Insemination Scheme, but w\ill.ba subject to a pro-
bationary period of three (3) months in the first
instance.
The duties of the post will consist mainly of
laboratory and field work in connexion with the
programme of artificial insemination in the colony,
but other duties may be assigned to the post by
the Superintendent of Agriculture. The post widl
be under the immediate control of the Veterinary
Officer. The appointee ni::st be licensed to drive
a car.
Applicants who should Ii ve science qualifications
preferably at the Higher -echool Ceruficate level
should apply in writing, stating age. schools attended,
examinations and subjects in which they obtain
passes, previous employment and emoluments
received. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, and should
reach him not later than tIe 15th August.
The successful applicant; will be required .to
assume full duty on 1st October, 1955.


HARBOUR DEPARTMENT.

Notice to Mariners.

West Indies, Antigua--Buoy removed for
General Overhaul.


'HIE Bell Buroy moored near tie south-west
S edge of Warrington Bank in the roadsteand.f
St. John's, Antigua, has bee i removed fr r overhaul
and repairs.
A black and white Can Buoy has bee i mooted
to mark the position pen ing replacement of ile
Bell Buoy.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 13, 1955.-(No. 45.)


NOTICE.

VACANCY FOR A LINOTYPE OPERATOR IN THE
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, ST. VINCENT,
BRITISH WEST INDIES.

SPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
i_ qualified persons for appointment to the post
of Linotype Operator, Government Printing
Office, St. Vincent.
2. The post which is pensionable, carries a salary
scale of $1,104 x $72-$1,689 per annum. Con-
sideration will bo given to the appointment of a
candidate at a salary in excess of the minimum if
the qualifications and experience of the candidate
or other circumstances justify such a course.
3. It is essential that applicants should have a
full knowledge of the mechanism of Linotype
machines and should have worked in a recognized
Printing Office as a Linotype Operator for some
time. The appointment is subject to the candi-
date's medical fitness and to satisfactory service
during a probationary period of one year in the
first instance.
4. Free passages for the appointee, his wife and
children (under the age of 18 years) will be pro-
vided on first appointment. The appointee will
be expected to assume duty immediately upon
appointment.
5. Applications with details of qualifications and
past experience accompanied by two recent testi-
monials should lie addiessed- to the Governinent
Secretary. Government Office, St, Vincent, B.W.I..
and should reach him not later than 15th Anugust,
195J5.

Government Ollics,
.t. Vincent,
5th July, 1955.


NOTICE.

Vacancy of Inspector of Labour
(Factories), British Guiana.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
quadlfied persons for appointment to the
vacant post of Inspector of Labour (Factories),
Labour Department.
2. The post is pensionable and on the salary
scale A -1: $4,560 x $240-$5,760 per annum.
3. The successful candidate will ba required to
pass the usual medical examination for admission
to the Public servicee and confirmation in the
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.M.I. lechh. 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) attained the age of 25 years, and should not
be over 45 years of age.
5. The duties of the post are as follows:-
(a) the inspection generally of factories in the
Colony;
(b) the inspection of general registers and other
records required to be kept under the pro-
visions of the Factories Ordinance, and the
Regulations made thereunder :-
(c, advising the commissioner r of Labour on the
working of the various factories legislation
in force and making suggestions, when
necessary, for the enactment of further
legislation for the improvement of working
and safety conditions in factories;
(d) assisting in the education of both employers
and employees in becoming safety conscious,
and the carrying out of propaganda in rela-
tion thereto;
(c) the scientific study of the causation, frequency
and severity of accidents generally and the
formulation of proposals to overcame them;
(f) the enforcement of the provisions of 'the
Factories Ordinance, 1947, and other related
legislation, with special reference to Safety
provisions and the investigation of accidents;
(y) the general organisation of office work relating
to the registration and inspection of
factories, and the keeping of appropriate
records:
(h) the training of officers in factory Inspection
work;
(i) any other duties that the Commissioner of
Labour may assign.
6. The successful candidate if over 40 years of
age, and not already in the Public Service, would
be appointed on contract for 3 years; renewable
on such terms as may be agreed upon between the
Government and the person engaged.
7. A contract officer, if selected fioni overseas,
would be provided with passages to Bihish Guiana
for himself, his wife and children (if any) not
exceeding five persons in all, provided they either
accompany him to British Guiana cr join him
here within twelve months of his departure for
the Colony. (Children to be under 18 years of
of age, unmarried and dependent on the officer).
A similar passage concession will he pr anted, at
Government expense, for the officer and his family,
back to the country from which he is recruited,
on the satisfactory completion cf his contract.
8. The candidate selected will be subject on
appointment to the Colonial Regulations, Local
Regulations, and General Orders, and instructions
in force, from time to time, in so far as they are
applicable.
9. Vacation leave is granted at the r te of 5 days
for each completed mcrth cf resident service up to
a maximum of six months, subject to a minimum
tour of 2 years resident service.
A pensionable officer would be eligible for the
grant of assisted leave passages for himself and
his wife, subject to the requirements of the Public
Officers Leave (Passages) Regulations, No. 34 of
1952.
10. Applications stating name in full, date and
year of birth, qualifications, and details of practical
experience accompanied by copies of at least two
recent testimonials should be addressed to the
Chief Establishment Officer, Chief Secretary's
Office, Public Buildings, British Guiana, and


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should reach him not later than the 30th of August, the satisfactory completion and renewal of his
1955. Applications received after this date will contract, wouldd he eligible for the grant of assisted
not be considered. leave passages in accordance with the Public
11. Applicants already in the Public Service Officers Leave (Passages) Hegulatons.
should submit their applications through the A contract officer, if selected from overseas,
normal official channels. would be provided with passages to British Guiana
2. Persons who applied in response to the for himself, his wife and children (if any) not
1ei2. Persons who initin a pplir onse to the exceeding five persons in all provided they either
previous advertisement inviting applications f accompany him to British Guiana or join him here
this post published in May, 1955, need not re-apply within twelve months of his departure for the
as their applications will be considered by the olony. (Children to he under Ji years of age,
Public Crvice Commission.
Public service Commission. married and dependent on the officer). \ simi-
(..r.. NO. C. 77/5/19). ilar passage concession will be granted for the
office- and his family, I'a-k to the country from
..-... which he was recruited on the satisfactory com-
Spletion of his contract.
NOTICE. 6. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
SEstablishment Officer, ('co:ltl Secretariat--Esta)-
Slishment el, rbent, ]'iub!m uihlinI Geor 0-
Vacancy for Mechanical Engineer, Public Works lishment Dep"rtment, Pa1 boe Buildings, Georhe-
town, Britishl ui;na, and should state the appih-
Department, British Guiana. cant's date of birth, qualifications and experience
and should be accouianied by two recent testi-
monials. Applications should be submitted nr:t
VPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably la/ler than the 30th of A-ui/.st, 19i.
1 qualified persons for appointment to the post 7. Applicants already employed in the Public
of Mechanical Engineer, Public Works Department, Service should submit thliir applications th rough
British Guiana. the normal official channels.
2. The salary of the post will be on the scale (m.p. No. 102 5/12'3)
A 3 : $3,h9bx$144-$4,o60x$iS,720 per annum.
3. The successful candidate may be appointed
aecordiig to his preference, either on a permanent UNDER THE BOUNDARIES SETTLEMENT ORDINANCE.
and pensionable b asis subject, if the officer is not
already in government employment, to his serving N pur nce of ction 1 () o te above Ori-
satisfactorily as Mechanical Engineer during a an, I hereh ive n,,i-e that a cv of a
probationary period of one year, or on a three year diagram and a report of ',lr Henry \. Ogilvie,
contract, vunuwable by mutual consent on such Asistant Surveor, Pulic \ork ep ent f
Assistant Surv eVor, Pulblic \\oVr-k cI )el);tr1,lnelt. of
tennis as may be agreed upon between the Govern- a Survey md a t
ment .nd the person engaged. Candidates should Sd at the request of Mrs. eQueen, il
San attempt to satisfy her belief that (i) Diamond
preferably be under 40 years of age, but a success- state had ncrached n r lands, and sold t
.'\ .Istate had encroachied upon her lands, and sold to
fu! candidate if over 40 years, and not in the othe s h sh r f f
public service would be offered appointment on in er possession (sh]shd oel!ow upon plan) and
nt1rm in her possession (shanrwd vellow upon plan) an1c;
contract. (ii) that Wilkie Edwards h vi in his po-sessitn :
4. The candidate selected will be responsible small portion of land referred to as a house spot",
subject to directions from the Director of Public which was formerly hers, lias been lodged by the
\VWrks or other duly authorised officer for the i Director of Surveys in thie Olice of( the liegistrar
maintenance of the Public Works Department of the Supreme Court, Gre'a:La.
equipment which includes road making apparatus,
sea and river defence machinery. The candidate D)ated this 4th day of August, 19,).i.
must be an Associate Member of the Institute of
Mechanical Engineers. C. L. SCi'iO,


5. Vac tion leave is earned at a rate of five days
ior each completed month of resident service up Registr ,r's Office
to a maximum of six months, subject to the com-
pletion of a minimum tour of two years. St. George's,
A pensionable officer, or a contract officer, on Grenada,


])aty Itqi var,5prvos Coot',.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 13, 1955.-(No. 45.)


TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1955.


Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A.-IMPORTS.


June, 1955. Jan.-,J
ARTI CDE
Quantity Value Quantity

$

Beer, Ale and Stout (gals) .... 2,827 7.031 32,859
Bread, Bisenits iad Ciakes (lbs)... 37,941 12,353 170,252
Butter and Butter Substitutes(lbs)... 36,898 21,482 151,479
Fish (dried, R lted, pickle?,
smoked) (lbs) ... 29,496 6,690 493,545
Flour and graini-
Flour Wheiten (Ibs) ... 1,126,570 94,135 5,118,950
Cornmeal ... 14,210 1,310 82,052
Oats ... 18,560 615 111,414
Rice ... 207,120 22,361 1,159,560
Meat-Salt and Pickled (bs) .. 24,072 11,012 164,074
Srmcked or Cured (lhs) ... 11,822 10,940 31,613
Milk, Condn.lned (bs) .. 71,004 16,705 341,158
Spirits and Wines (a Is) .. 1,462 9,185 14,683
Sugar-refi::nd (l.s.) .. 53,741 5,939 363,505
un:refined ... 16,504 1,614 204,195
Tobacco-unnanufactuied (ibs) ... 12,086 10,861 63,877
cigarettes ... 757 2,357 5,893


Iron rnd Steel (Rolle., Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ...
Wood and Timber Unmarnufactiircd
lumber (ft)..
Shingle ..
Apparel (v lue) ...
Ba1s and S.icks (value) ...
Boots, Shoes and Slippers (doz. pr,.)
Jarts, Carrin'gcs. etc.-
Motcr Cars (No.) ...
Other Commercial Vehicles (No) .
Road Motor Pfnrs (value)
Tyres an:. Tu1'os (value) .
Ceient (ton) ...
Cotton Ma:,ufacltures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards)
Art Silk piece roods (Sq. Yards) .
Other (value)...
Electrical Supplies (value) ...
Fertilisers and M,rnurea (tons)
Hardware (value) ...
Irohn and Steel Manufactures (tons)|
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons)
Air conditioning and refiigera-
ting (tons)...
Conveying, hoisting, excavating,
road construction and mining
(tons) ...
Electrical (tons) ...
Engines not fox vehicles (tons) ...
Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ...
Oils-Illuminating and burn-
ing (gals) ...
Fuel (gais) ...
Motor spirit (gals) ...
Painters' colours etc. (lbs) ...
Soap (lbs) ...
Paper (all kinds) (value) ...
Wool manufactures-iPiece Goods
ltaq. x :s.)...


(il-) .,,,


242,671
67,750


528


63,835
1,700
14,856
1,365
16,677


3 5,424
1 720
... 7,621
11,785
629 31,576

88,721 38,574
55,707 22,441

16,987
235 28 809
9,499
92 41,395


21,736
14,430
52,612
17,052
41,408


5,663
5,434


7,649
4,430
19.616
7,731
8,880
3,529

3,077
8,222


683,399
136,750


3,627

83
15


2,638

401,889
200,355


1,083

414












111,089
88,809
253,842
131,649
215,143


10,417
17,046


une, 1955.

Value


$
86,669
54,175
80,575

127,627

424,864
7,625
8,883
126.431
72,620
28,879
113,192
58,797
38,331
22,199
61,935
18,238



184,771
3,880
80,207
24,907
196,977

153,269
41,372
40,481
97,251
135,013

165,859
105,305
519
118,411
139,940
60,715
310.061







216




38.529
53,421
95,304
55,521 .
48,293
43,350

20,392
19,964


321,


Twine


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B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


ARTICLE




Ani:nals:-
Cattle (No.) ...
Pigs (No.) ...
Sheet (No.)
Cocoa (raw) (wts) ...
Fruit and Nuts (fresh) and
Bananas (stemn)...
Coconuts (No.) ..
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Juice (raw) (gals) ...
Spicea :-
Nutmegs (cwts) ...
Mace (cwts) ...
Other (cwta) ...
Cotton Raw (cwts) ...!
Copra (cwts) ...i
Oils, essential-Lime (Ibs) ...
Nutmeg (lbs) ..


June, 1955. Jan.-June, 1955.

Quantity Value Quantity Value


$ $

18 2,070 211 30,271
2 85 31 2,001
159 1,439 951 8,617
3,345 253,495 27,535 2,565.254

13,436 20,000 6S,215 96,500
2,400 131 35,780 1,504



7,668 395,811 24,246 1,150,723
442 72,470 2,844 452,212
1 49 63 3,152
715 49,960
227 3,397 6,291 93,757
76 493 3,246 23,366
450 2,754 3,140 23,047


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


30th July, 1P55.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 15th August, 1955.
Current Advances for Nutrmes and Mace are as follows:

( ; hA 1D)S l Advances


Green Nutmegs

Dryv do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


10 Cents


F' C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed: 8th August, 1955.




BRENADA,


ST. Gr )RRi.'.-.
1955


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