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GRENADA.


Go vernment Gazette.


Unnisth b i Satbioritp


ViL. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1955. [No. 55.


GOVERN MENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENT.
No. 27:2.
1 -. AUsTIN GITTE-NS to i!o J'echllaa.l Asi-tLiant
1 Veterinary Divi-ion, Dei)>mlii eli o-f Agri-
culture, on 6 montlis' probation with etif,ct- from
7th September, 195.
1s, October. 19")5.
P.PF. 939.

VACATION LI:AVE.\.
No. 273.
1'i. K. A. HooD, Class II Cleirk, ElcCtricity
Dopartmeit, on 6 months vacation leave
with effect from I st Octcher, IP.1!-).
Ist October, 1955.
PI.v. 269.

No. 274.
!HIE following lociuments are circulated wi ii,
Sand tform iiart of this (Ga.z:tte :--
S.E. &- 0. No. 33.-Tlie currency y (Coin' Regunla-
tions, 1955).
S.E. & O. No. 34.-The (Currency Ordinance
(Amendmnent) of (S:cond Schedule) Rcgula-
tions, 195I5.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
Ist Octcber, 195-5.


NOTICE E,

S\'NDER the authority of tie \Wiecks Ordinaince,
I Cp. 219, Section 17, T a!pp:)int the undiiIr-
mentioned persons to be RIeeccivers of \Vrck an!'
lo have the general superintendence of all nm ttc.rs
relating to si va'ed1 cargiue, s' ips, lboals, or parLs
itherof and egqoipment, including all jrltsa:, liotsam,
or derelict- found in the sea (;:1 on the seashore, or
in any tidal water in and around the areas stated :--


S. A. McNeilly,
I harbo'111 Mast.cr
A. R. CLinphell,
District R evcnue Officer
E. C. Rose,
Rovenllue Oflice'i
E. Mod.sto,
1fevenuii Oflicer
J. E. Butler,
Revenue Officer
J. L. Clara,
Revenue Officer
A. D. Mitchell,
Liovenuc Oflicer


G. E.
Chliej
Treasury & Customs Dept.,
Grenada.
September, 26, 1955.


... St. Geor-e's,

... At. Andrew's,

... t. David's,

... St. Patric!'s.

... St. Matlk's,

... St. John's,

... Hillsbolci-uh,
Carriac iu.

C. STANFORI,
R Receiver of IVrci.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 1. 1955.-(No. 55).


NOTICE.

IN accordance with the powers vested in me
under Section 21 of the Customs Ordinance,
Cap. 53, [ appoint the undermentioned warehouses
for warehousing all goods imported without
payment of duty on the first entry thereof:-
Huggins' Cocoa Store-Carenage, St. George's.
Hubbards' Cocoa Store-Carenage, St. George,s.
iankeys' Garage--Carenage, St. George's.
Motor Transport Service (Downstairs)
Tryne Alley, St. George's.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretariy.
Treasury & Customs Dept.,
Grenada,
28th September.


NOTICE.

Canadian Government Trade Commissioner
In Trinidad.

ITH reference to Press and Gazette Notices
issue d in June. 1955, it is hereby notified
lor general information that Mr. D. B. Laughton,
who was acting as Canadian Government Trade
Commissioner, with headqu:Airters in Ti :nidad, has
tlow been confirmed in the appointment and is
entitled to the designation trade Commissioner.
As previously notified, MIr. Laughton's territory,
in addition to Trinidad, will include Barbados, the
Windward and Leeward Ilsl ds, Brii ih, Dutch
and French Guiana and thl, FIrench West Indies.
Government Office,
St. George's,
Grenada.


Tenders for Motor Launch "DORIS" and Fittings.


'IEALED Tenders are invited for the hull of the
i old Government Launch "Doris", which may
be seen on davits in the Revenue Boat house near
to the St. George's Pier, together with the fittings
hereunder listed. Tenders will be considered for:--
(a) The hull only, i.e. separately;
(b) The fittings as a whole or in lots,
as distinct from the hull;
(c) Hull and fittings complete.
Fittings
10 brass letters (word "DORIS" twice).
I ventilator.
6 brass frames with glass (port hole shutters).
1 bilge pump complete.
1 ruddlr (bronze).
1 rudder squadron.
t length steering cable.
1 steering wheel.
6 cable blocks.
4 pieces piping. (hood support).
1 switchboard.
6 fuse holders.


5 switches.
2 sockets (plugs).
2 sockets (bulbs).
2 brass chocks.
2 galvanise chcckr.
Tenders should bo submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, by 4 p m. on Wednesday, 5th October,
1955, marked Tr!.i.- for hulk and fittings of
Launch 'Doris' "
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any Tender.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial S'ecretary.
St. George's,
Grenada.
13th September, 1955.

NOTICE.

DOMINION OF CANADA NOTICE TO MARINERS.
No. 75 of 1L55.
(Inland No. 20 Radio No. 9)
LL bearings unless otherwise noted, are true
and are given from seaward in degrees from
0" (North) to 360" measured clockwise, followed
by the magnetic bearings in degrees in brackets,
miles are statute miles, heights are above and
depths are below, the datum given.

Pilots, twisters or other s interested are earnestly
requested to, send information ot dangers, changes
in aids to navigation, notice of new shoals or
channels, errors in publications, or any other fact
affecting the navigation of Canadian waters to the
Chief of Aids to Navigation, Department of
Transport Ottawa, Canada. Such communications
can be mailed free of Canadian postage.

ONTARIO.
(214) Groat Lakes-Rdulio telegraph Service
to bu discontinued.
Under the terms of tbo 1952 agreement between
Canada and the United States of America for the
Promotion of Safety on the Great Lakes by means
of Rndio, the radiotelegraph service and watch on
500 Kc/s. and related working frequencies has
becon.e no longer a equiremcnt.
The agreement came into force on November 13,
1954 and particulars applying to the radiotelegraph
service were deleted frm Schedule 1, page 42 of
the 1,.55 edition of RA.-NN.
Since a limited use of the radiotelegraph service
is still being made it has been retained for this
season of navigation iut will be terminated on
November 30th, 1955.
N. to M. No. 75 (214) 30-6-55.
Authority: Controller of Telecommunications,
Dcpt. of Transport, Ottawa.
Publication: Radio Aids to Marine Navig:tion
1955.
Departmental File No. 2254/39.


lDepartment of Transport,
Ottawa, Canada.
30th June, 1955.


J. H. BALDWIN,
D])puty Minister.


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GO v' NMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 1, 1955.-(No. 55.)


POLICE NOTICE.

IT is notified for general information that ccpies
of the 1-test edition of thi United Kingdom
Highway Code are available for sile at the Inland
Ievenue Department at 12 cenis per copy. Much
of the Code gives valuable advice to motorists,
pedestrians and cyclists alike and is commended
for pernsal.
In future, applicants for drivers' permits will
1i, -'0cquired to pass a testi on tit'il.' knowledge ot
the Code.

J. B. G. AU-TIN, Lt. Colonel,
Ch tf of Police.
lYti Sca eptiber, 1955.


UNDER THE BOUNDARIES SETTLEMENT
O DIN AN E.

N pus:[ir'e .of Section *21 (2) of the above
Oi c di;:ie, I hereby give notice that a copy of a
diaL;ra m and report of Mr. I. R. Seon, Licensed Land
Surveyor, of a survey made at the request of the
Misses Hitti and Barbara Keer through the Director
of Surveys, with respect to the settlement of the
boundary lines between t hreo rots of land situate
at Lucas Street, St. Georg 's, has been lodged by
the Director of Surveys in the Ollice of the
iPoeisirar cl t!e Supreme Court of Grenada.

Pated this 22nd day ot' September, 1955.

GORDON RENWICK,
.telitstrar, Supreme Court.
],.: istrar's Oflice,
SI. <-hoi g e's,
Grenu;a,. B.W\V.I.


NOTICE.

4 PPLICATIONS are invited from Doctors with
t1 medical qualifications registrable in the
[United Kingdom and with at least one year's
hospit: experience after qualification for vacant
1.sts of ;r:id' 'C .M edical Officer in the Medical
Department of hie Government of Trinid.Il and
Tobago.
Officers wilt he stationed at one or other of the
two Colonial Hospitals. They will he required to
carry out the duties normally performed by house
physician or house surgeons in acute general
hospitals of this size (500 bed-) They will be
required to assume resp,.nibilios for cases in
wards under the supervision ol o;pecialist Officers
and/or experienced Grade 'B' Officers (of Regis-
trars' status).
Appointment will be on probation for two years
or if preferable on agreement for three years. The
salary scale ranges from i:4,5i0 to $6,480 per
annlum, and Officers may he appointed at a
suitable point in the scale depending on previous
-experience.
Government quarters, if available, will be
provided at a rental of 8'' of salary up to a
maximum of $50 pr month. Where quarters are
nor available a house allowance will be paid in
accordance with local regulations.


Frse passages on first appointment are provided
for Officer and family not exceeding five persons
in all. Also free passages on vacation leave
subject to a maxmium of three adult fares in
accordance with local leave regulations.


COURT NOTICE

in the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands, Grenada.

TOTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Crimi::al Juris-
diction, will be held at the Court House, in the
town of St. George, on VWeldesdayi the 19th disy of
October, 19-55, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon, when
and where all concerned and bound over to prose-
cute or to give evidence or summoned ,as :.ur1rs
or Witnesses are required to give their personal
attendance, and all Officers who lha ve taken
Inquisitions, Depositions, l:xaminations, Recogni-
zances or other papers cagnizable by the Court are
required to return tho same without delay to
this Office.
Dated this 17th day cf September, 1955.

GORDON RENWICK,
registrarr, Supre no'. Court.
Registrar's Office,
St. Gieorge's,
Grenadi,, B. W. I,


UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL INTERNE PROGRAMME
FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND GRADUATES.


Introduction.
DETAILS are given below of a special Interno
Programnmno of a :ear's duration, which is to
be held at the Headquarters of the United Nations
in New York, commencing in the summer of 1955.
It should be stressed that the sum of `42.50 is
barely adequate to cover the basic costs of living
in New York.
A Special United Nations Interne 'Prugranneo
for one year's interneship, open to a group of about
twenty qualified young men and women selected
from all parts of the world, has been authorized by
the General Assembly of the United Nations for
the year 1955-1956. The purpose of the pro-
gramme is to enable holders of the internship to
become intimately acquainted with tlhe work of the
UI ited Nations through temporary assignments in
various units of the Secretariat through a series of
lectures on the United Nations, and through work
on special research projects. The United Nations
will pay transportation costs to Now York and
return and a stipend of S42.50 a week for the
duration of the interneship.
A a part of the programme, the internes will be
expected to devote approximately one half of the
time of the internship to assisting the Visitors
Service of the Secretariat as guide-lecturers
escorting groups of visitors on a Guided Tour of the
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 1, 1955.-(No. 55).


of the United Nations Secretariat, ai -.i..- an
opportunity to members of the general public to
learn about the work of the United Nations. To,
the internes, assignment to the Guided Tour will
provide on opportunity of making practical use of
the knowledge and information they acquire about
the United Nations, in describing the activities of
the Organization and in answering questions from
the general public. This phase of the interneship
will also provide valuable experience in handling
and addressing groups of people.

I. Eligibility.
(1) Applicants must be citizens of MIember
States of the United Nations.
(2) Candidates should be prepared to furnish
evidence of having completed with distinction the
academic requirements of at least two years in a
recognized college or university.
(3) Fluency in English is a prime requirement,
in view of the preponderance of English-speaking
visitors to the United Nations Headquarters.
(4) The programme is open to candidates of
either sex, between the ages of 20-2G, in good
health and possessing, in addition to academic
qualifications, the requisite qualities of character
and personality.

II. Conditions of Tenure.
(1) The interneship is awarded for one full year
froi; 1 August, 1955. Successful candidates from
the Southern Hemisphere wv.ill be accepted for a
full-yearp interneship commencing 1 January, 1l)L6.
The internship is not renewable.
(2) The hours of work are normally from 9.30
a.m. to 6 p.m., five days a week. During assign-
ment in t! Visitors Service, inteines will be
required to work on weekends, with two days off
during the working week.
(3) The interne will receive a paid vacation of
two full weeks during the year, at the discretion
of the Director of the Interne Programme.
(I) Holders of the intornesl.ip will have the
temporary status of staff members of the United
Nations. As such they will be bound by the staff
Regulations and Staff Rules relevant to their
special position. The duration of this status will
be limited to the period of their interneship. This
temporary status will carry no expectancy of em-
ployment in the Secretariat of the United Nations.
(5) During the periods of assignment to the
Visitors Service internes will wear the uniforms of
the United Nations Guide Service, to be provided
by the United Nations.

III. Procedures for Selection.
(1) Candidates for the Programme should apply
in writing t-) Miss Barbour, Secretary, United
Nations Student Association, 25, Charles Street,
London, W.I. before June. 15, 195. In their
lettcis they should state the relevance of the
interneship to their educational background and to
their future career. They should also enclose
evidence relating to the academic requirements and
submit the names of three persons who are in a
position to appraise their background and qualifi-
cations.
(2) Candidates should preface their applications
with the following information:-


A. Name, age, sex, marital status, nationality.
B. Educ .tional record, especially detail.b of
university or gradualt c.urses. (N.B. No
original docum nt s are required).
C. Description of military service in any
capacity.
D. Ilesumn of any employment record, includ-
ing summer jobs.
E. A recent photograph or snapshot.
F. A sunnmary of travel which tle candidate
may have undertaken.
G. A summary of linguistic ability, rating th3
speaking, readr i:', and writing knowledge,
of each language a; excellent, fair or pcor.
(3) If the written s mission meets tie require-
ments of the interneslip, candidates will be invited
to appear for a person 1 interview befcre a prelimin-
ary Selection B:iard noting in l.ondon. \h(re
distance or other factors indic:aiedl by the candidate
preclude the possibili: of (ia eisonii interview,
other arrangements nay lie made.
(4) Theresults of this interview will be forward-
ed, together with the original letitrs of application,
to the United Nations Interni Selcliuon 13oaid in
New York. Tihe deci ion of tis Selection Board
will be finial. Success 'u candidates will ie notified,
in due course by letter t or Lteigri.m.

IV. Travel and Residence Arrangements.
(1) The United N di -ns will mako all travel
arrangements for su:cessilh caundii;iat.s to New
York and i e urn upon the completion of the pio-
gra1mme. The United Nations will also arrange
for the necessary visa.
(2) Arran-aenouimts live beii madd, fsr tlie
internes to reside at I. i1rnati;i:di House i New
York City. Subject 1I tihe l';: approval of the
Director of the Special Interne Programme,
internes may make other residence arrangements.
M.P. C. 168.


REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE OF THE BRiTISH
WEST INDIES, BRITISH GUIANA AND BRITISH
HONDURAS.

STHIE Regional Ecimnomi committeee invil-cs
1 applications front suitably qualified persons
for the following post :-
ASSISTANT TRADE COMMISSIONER
(STUD';NNT.) FOR TIIE BRITISH WEST
INDIES, BRITISH (;IUIANA AND JRITISH
HONDURAS IN CANADA
at an annual salary in the scale $3,600 x 150-
4,800 Can. plus a hcurac allowance of S1.20() Can.
per annum. Passages on assumption and iermina-
tion of appoint ni for the Assistant Trade
Commissioner and fainily up to five in all from the
place of engagement will be paid by the Committee.
The post does not .t present carry pension or
superannuation rights. The appointment will he
for a period of three years in the first instance.
Candidates should ho university graduates
preferably with experience of university life in
Canada. Preference will be given to West Indians.
The Assistant Tiade Conmmissioner will he
required to perform lie duties of students liasion
officer and will be under the general supervision of


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the Trade Commissioner for the British West
Indies, British Guiana and British Honduras in
Canada, in whose offices in Montreal, the student
liasion headquarters will le located.
The Committee reserves the right to fill the post
by invitation if no suitable application is received.
Applications fcrnirliing full details of candidate's
education, special qualifications and experience,
together with supporting documents and names of
two referees, should Ile addressed to the Executive
Secretary, Regional Economic Committee, Hastiaings
House, Barbados, to reach him by 19th October,
1955.


REGIONAL ECONOMIC COMMITTEE OF THE BRITISH
WEST INDIES, BRITISH GUIANA AND BRITISH
HONDURAS.

f ITE Riegional Economic Committee ivitc-i
.1 applications from suitably qualified persons
fK r the following post :
BiUITISII CARI BBEAN STU DE\ TS LIAISON
OFFICER IN THE U.S.-.
at, :in annuall salary in the scale of $4-,4lOx$'240-
12,120 (U.S.). A representationl allowance of
$1,100 (U.S.) per annunm aid a houso allowance of
$1,400 per annum are payable. t'assag,'s (.n
assumption and terminaitioi of appointment for tlhe
Liaison Officer and family up to live in all from
,tn:l to the place of engagement will be paid.
2. The post does not at present carry pension or
superannuation rights. The appointment will ie
for three years in the first instanc.l.
3. Candidates should be Uilversity graduates
conversant with experience of life and the educa-
tional system in the U.S.A. and should preferably
have attended a U.S.A. University.
4. The duties of the post include advising
students generally, in securing places for them in
approved universities, and in evaluating of U.S.A.
dIL!' 1 -' i.' relation to tlh ir equivalent in the
Uniiud Kingdom for purposes of recruitment to
service in the British Caribbean territories. The
lT.mison officerr will keep GoveIrnmeuts informed of
e:'icational developments in North America, and
keep students in tcuch with employment opportuni-
ties in the West Indies.
5. The officer will be responsible to Britishl
Caribbean Governments for tile execution of his
diu:,,' but in the matter of local discipline and
administration, responsible to the U.K. Colonial
Att:acl. in Washington. ile will also be required
to ;asist the Colonial Attache as occasion demaiids
in the execution of certain of his routine duties
relating to the West Indies.
fi. Headquarters will be in \Washington under
the aegis of the British Embassy.
7. Applications furnishing full details of candi-
datolu' education, special qualifications and experi-
etice together with supporting documents and
naiies of two referees, should be addressed to the
Executive Secretary, Regional Economic Commit-
tee, Hastings House, Barbados, to reach him
hetore tlhe 19th October. 19565.
b. The Committee reserves the right to fill tlhe
post by invitation if no suitable application is
received.


NOTICE.

LAND SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT, BRITISH GUIANA.


Vacancies for Superintendents of Land
Settlement Schemes.


SPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
1-- qualified persons for appointment as Sup'rin-
tendents of Land Settlement S-chemes in the Laud
Settlement Dcp,:rtmeint, lrii Guiana.
2. The posts early salary on scale A 3: S3,696 x
$'144-$4 ,60) / x $-.''1--.;.720 per annum. Initial
salary at a point above thea minimum of the scale
may be paid, dependent upon the appointee's
prlessional q;alificaticin-. Increments in the scale
will be granted to, po -qunaliftiO tn experience.
Peni,-free unfurnished q:!arers ; are provided.
3. The duties of i ;Supril ignite lnt of ln-d
Setltl ment lare, subje:-:, to the directions of i ;
)ircetor (,f ILand ,etl lemel!, to ie in charge f and
reslpoi; ible lor tiil eftilcn admiliistrl. tion of a
l iand :'ortlerien' I'.l.i involve- (develolk int
work, includiL tle pIo ii' tlonli of land, dri.age,
anld irrigation etc., and tie allocation of 1lan1 to
settlers; tile inspection :iid timing of ai';eicultral
operations; the keeping : cfl proper s alittiics ;Li|i
accounts: and th.le super\ isi of thl' general wi llae
of .ettlers.
4. Candidates should be graduates of a Iceo.gnised
Agricultural College or iholders of comlltiiabe.'
qliilifications in Agricullture. They should have hd;i
experience in drliindge and irrigation, soil co!nser\lL-
tion and land utilization and should be experienced
in handling of labour.
5. Tile posts are on the Pensionable Establisi-
ment. Appointment i n y be either on a permanent
p)nsionable basis, subject, if tile carididatte is not
already in Governmuent's employment, to his being
passed medically fit :;nd to his serving a pro)Ifb
tionary period of two years, or on a three-year
contract, renewable by mutual consent on s:ich
tolnis as may le agreed upon between the (Gov-
ernmlent Lanid himself. A cont react officer will Ibe
entitledd to a gratuity at the rate of 22.io of his
salary for each completed period of three mouths-
service payable either at six-monthly interval-i
cr on completion of the contract period. In the
latter case gratuity will be )aid in rasp-ct of 111(
period of leave granted. Persons over the age of
40 years will normally be appointed on contract.
6. Leave is granted at the rate of 5 days for
each month of resident service subject to a maxi-
inum of six months. i pensionable officer is
required to serve a minimum tour rf two years
resident service before proceeding on leave. An
officer on contract will be eligible for leave on
termination of the contract p4r.ed.
7. If solaeced from overseas the officer will he
provided with passages to British Guiana for
himself and his wife and children (provided they
are under 18 years, unmarried and dependent on
the officer) not exceeding 5 persons in all, provided
they either accompany him or join him within
twelve months of his departure for British Guiana.
An officer on contract will be eligible for passages
on a similar basis to his place of recruitment on
the satisfactory completion of the contract. A
pensionable officer will be eligible for assisted leave


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 1, 1955.-(No. 55).


passages for himself and his wife in accordance
with the Public Officers Leave (Passages) Regula-
ti'n, 1952.
8. Applic',ti; s-ating n-ame in full, date and
year of hil't., qu.iili ittions, and details of practical
experience and accimpalied by copies of at least
two recent testimonials should ba addressed to the
Secrct'lry, l.'ulic i'e'vie Conminission, General
i'ost Oilic3 Bluildi' g, ;cergoown1, ijriti.-;!i (G iana,
and should r,'acOih hin /t, l0Iter l/0 tathe fITi, Olb()ehr,
193j. ApplicInlts already in thie I'ublic SHrvice
should submi t thiir applicOations throlUgh the
iin.rtial oilicial channels.





La.ind Settlement Department,
British Guiana.

V.cancy for a Mechanical Engineer

SPIr'LC.ATIO,' ; ace invicld frolm ii.!)-
V qualifial pero.mns fr,' I pOs r' iCiJihAN ic 1t
!9g i er in tliO l jnd Seot lein't D1)part'iment,
Brit'ish G(uiana.
2. The post carries salary on Scale .\ 3 : ..in..
$1144-Si1,560/,"x-210-6,720 per Ainnuml. Initial
sa)l iry at a point ablov the ilinimiumI of 1 ht scale
nlIy bI pAid dependionc upp;; thie appo ,.. o's pro-
feasional qualificaltions. ] i',l;%Irnenl ts iln 1'( scale
vi;l be granted for po.-.t-qLi.icatioln pcri1ncaC.
3. The duties of the post n'e--
(0) to be responsible foIr the selec;'in n1ai-i-
t'naunc and liid opEraiclioLi of tihe
mnchclnical (eq].i! 'it *t of ; Depat-
nm tin i i cludinig I.rs, pl,. I~, urag-
lines and carth -i'.d ,iug and U!,nd-clear-
ing in:chinery:
(/) 'o l) in charge t .' the I) ;, .L neI t'i
engineering workshops aiie of the
operation of its machinery pool:
(c) to ie responsible for the traIining of
operators foi tlhe mechanical equipment:.
4. (C.idlidattes should hold a professional. qualii-
ca;ti, in ill mechanical lngineeringl and, n1ust Shive
lhal practical expr.or .co of niecianical tillage,
earth-moving and laud-clearing machinery.
5. The post is on the Pensionable Establishment.
Appointment may Ihe ither on a permanent pon-
sionable b.isis subject, it bthe cindlidiito is not
already in Governiuent's employment, to his being
passed medically lit an. to Ilis s'-iving a probation-
ary period of two years ; or on a three ytar con-
tract, renewablo by mutual consntl on such teli.l,
'as may be agreed upon b:twaeon the Government
and hims lf. A contract olflicer will h1 entitled to
a gra.tuit at tie rate of o his salary for each
coImplete:i period of three Ilninths resident service
payi pletion of the contract periodd. Inl the latter c. sC
gratuity will lie paid in re-pect If the period of
leave granted. Persons over tie age of (4 year"
-will normally he appointed on contract.
6. Leave is granted at the rate of 5 days for
each month of resident service subject to a maxi-
mum of six months. A pensionable officer is
required to serve a minimum tour of two years


resident -ervice iefo e proceeding on leave. An
officer on contract will be eligible for leave on the
tl rmination of the pseiod of the contract.
7. If selected from overseas, the officer will be
provided with passages t1.- British Guiana for him-
self ani his wife and children (provided they are
under 18 years, unm. rried nnd dependent on the
ollicer) not exceeding 5 persons in all, provided
hliy e other accormpaiy him or join him within
twelve months of his lsparture for British Guiana.
An officer on contract' will be eligible for pasages
on a similar basis to his place of recruit nentl on
the sitisi:lctory con'li tinon of ih1e contractt.
I' nsiinalb!e Oftli,'-r vill lie eeblicb for at-sisted
leaI ve pass. f f. him-elf a'od hi.; wife in acc-,rd-
ance xwithl the Publiit Officers ijn.'.ve I' .s a-'a -)
Regulations 1952.
S. Applications stating name in full, la.e and
year of birth, qualiific'i,Jns, aind details of prc.Wical
.': 'riei'Ice, and accoii paniei d Iby c,,'pies ol at it:,t
to\- recent testimoni;:ls should ih dressedsd to thj
Secretary Public Scrxice ('Coi.ision, (General
Post Ol'fic; luilding, Georetown, rilisi (;'in .
aind s ,)uld Yre.,Ch /tlun: not later /uth 1;' .511 f
()ctoi,'r, 19 Ji. iAppliants already in the 'Public
Service sih uld1 submit tihecir applications tlirough
I lh nomiial official ch:,annels.



ANTICE.

MEDiCAL DEPARTMENT, BRITISH GUIANA.

Vacancy for a Dental Surgeon


] PPLIt \ TONS ivr iIIn'ed f0rom suil.aily
1iV quilified perso- s i;.' the Ipos. of f'ull-thine
I),lnt1.d Su-rg on, MAl l.iit- ) partm:,,nt, L 'ri -h
Guiant.
2. The 'dlary of' '' is <-.tIe :
Sl.,5!;0 x '.;.- (i7:i!)--.4 ',,;') p :, .', i 0 1 _
private or consulting ilrac'tic i :illow,'t.
3. Ihe ) mental S ri g-.o'i w (iiil h re ,luirod i)
poeformm al the usual pr"cc'!ir 4 a dendst OiIL t,)
render dental treatnl.'nt to school children adl
other persons in his da ics an.! o )perto: in such
otKhr dhities as iny ih r_'qhLied by pil" Director of
Mle.ii:il Services. i, the ti rs 1 instance, Le xwii le
posted io the County if issqn:luib with Suddio as
his hio:id Uart.ers. JJ' a,;1l Ii required to liin ko
regular visits to the North West District and the
Interior of tlio Coolony \wiliiee in occisioan c,')i-
d.tionm may bo prini ive t )di ;hi;: s'( le eatmnt.
During those tcurs he wil wxkl'i nI imnrily amongct
the nAmoindian populi ion. S1uboi eis moo an !wc:,
in accordance with loci :l regulnaions will ib pid Iin
respect of absences 'fro, I1 Headquarters.
4. Applicants must posIsess an approval DI)ip-
loma or Degree in Del tal Surgery or theo equivalent
minimum dental qol,hlication reistirable in lhe
United Kingdom.
5. The post is on th:; Pensionable 'lstabl!isn:mont.
Appointment may b1 either on a p':linani..-!t and
pensionable basis, subject, if tie candidate is nolt
already in Government employment, to his Ieing
passed as medically fit and to his serving a pro-
bationary period of two years, or on a thre-'-year
contract, renewable by mutual consent on suech
terms as may be agreed upon between the Govern-


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nient and him-elf. An officer on contract will be dent on the officer) not exceeding five persons in
entitled to a gratuity at the rate of 22 of his all, provided they either accompany him or join
salary for each completed period of three months him here within twelve months of his departure
resident service payable either at six-monthly for British Guiana. An officer on contract will be
intervals or on termination of tho contract period ;provided with passages on a similar basis to his
in the latter ca ; gratuity will be paid in respect of place of recruitment on satisfactory completion of
ihle period of leave grante 1. Persons ovre' the age his contract. A pensionabhl officer will be eligible
of 10 years will normally hb a)pointei on contract for assisted leave passages for himself and wife
6. Vacation I'ave is cned a', the rate of five i'1 a-cordance with the Public Officers Leave
dayss for each c Aupleted mco.nh of resident s rviic (Passages) Iegulations, 1952.
up to a maximum of six m)ntihs. A pensionable 8. Applications stating full name, date oC birth,
officer is required to complete a, minimlumn tour of qualifications and experience, and accompanied by
two years resid,:nt rerviJce hIf T proceeding on two testimonials should ba addresse;ld ro lie
leave. An officer on contract will bo eligible for Secretaryv Public Service Commissio', General
leave on comp:otio:i of the contract period. Post Office Building, Georgotown, B''iti.-h Giii u.1,
f selected from overs'eas, the officer will bIe and should reach' him not Ilte r Ith 1Jt Oct() tr.
provided \\-i pa-siges to iiritisli Guiana for 1055. Applicants already employed in tlie Public
bini -cif, is wife and chiil]ron provided they are Service should submit their a)lp)lications through
unidr the age of 18 years, unmarried and depen- 'the normal official channels.


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


T)O ICE is giv n that Area Meetings of the above Association will be held oil tile following dates
-1 and police for the purpose of discussing the undermentioned Agenda and electing delegates to
atiund the i ext, (Genral Meeting of the Association.


Area Date 1!55 Place Time


St. \ndrew's ... 1itli September Anglican Church Hall .30 p.m.
St. John's ... 19th ,, Grand Roy Government School 5.00 p.m.
S;. ;tick's ... 9I thI ,, Anglican Echool 5.00 p.1m.
t,. k's ... 20th ,, 7.00 p.1m .
F',. 'avid's ... 2( Tlhebaide R C. School 5.00 p.m.
S G-orge's ... 20th ,, Peaulicu R,C. School 6.00 p.m.


Agenda !r G(:neral IMeeting of the (Grenada Co-operative Nut m.g As<,;-ition to he lill at the
S:.n,.nbe ol (i a:; (i cte, ( arei iae, St. George's, t'n 'i lirsdo ay cti 0 .'ier, I' ) it 2 jp.m.

1. Minutes of the last General Meeting.
2. Hepcrt of the Nutmeg Board.
3. Financial Statement for the year ended 30th June 1955.
4. Con-ideration of the change of the Nutmeg Year.
5. ,ieral Business.

F. C. HUGHEIIS.
Secretary.
5ti Setiehmber, 1955.













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GRENADA. 1955.

ABSTRACT


RECEIPTS.


ITEM


Revenue Head.

1. Customs, Import Duties
2. Customs, Export Duties
3. Excise Dties ...
4, Other Duties ...
5. Licenses
6, Taxes .
7. Harbour DlUs Etc.
8. Fee of Court or Office, Eic. .
SA. Water Supplies
9. Post Oiiice... .
10. Electricity, Telephones &c. .
11. Rent and Interes
11A. Sales of Government Property
11B. Repayment of Loans and Advanaes
12. Sale of Crown Lands


Total Local Revenue

13. Colonial Development and Welfare

















I otal Revenue



Below-the-Line Receipts.
Advances... ...
Deposils, Special Funds
Deposits, Other ...
Drafts and Remittances ...
Imprest ....
Investments ......
Joint Colonial Fun ...
Unexpende 1 Loan Funds ...

Total Below-tlhe.Liue Receipts


Total Receipts ...
Cash Balance at 1. 1. 55.

rotal (including Opening l3alaii(e)


;.. 13,4i09 27
j 581,';55!i '8
lI;..0U9; 2!
... 748.080 :9
... 2.020 00
8;1 ;2
177,(;(l U,0
... 11,024 !)2

... 2,21.0,796 04


44 : -1i,58G :;2
517 2;66 ;;t

4.. ;-2,o :i


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GRENADA, 1955

ACCOUNT 1955


PAYMENTS.


ITEM


Expenditure Head.

S joverior .....
l i(- iSl ture ......
S dmi ista iol ......




1i. e 12. : ib... .,.

24 'iicntrl lia Autirity
;i Ci.nal Water A isioriity .
7. 'haritau le ... ...















4 eP..oi ,,Wo
D. (.'rlni l)devehtltne, and Welfare








U'l. E .atieon .L ...
10. 'leiiily Wors Et efrigeraoinr ...
32. Slupp Cnr ...








8 ,).eg:l e ......
.. ILoans utrl And1va'n, ...











i T. M al Pan Senitry ...
Aii. Miscel u e)s ... ...
7. ', usion, s ... ...
. poli ts, Ot......













19. fts ad lR intte ...a ..
20. Port Oic .. ...
2 Prive ms ... ...
22.Joint Clli ebt d
23. Unexpli Libredy ... ...F
24, lic Works ... ...
25, Pnubli,; Works Hecurrent ...
26 Pulio Works Extraordinary ..
28H Subventions ... ...
29. Si!p)ly Co iilO ... ...
30. elephonesat 30. ...
1. Tra (inclury nd CustClosing ...






Total Expenditure ..



Below-the-Line Fiaymenls.
Advances ... ...
I eposits, Special Funds ...
Deposits, Other ......
Drafts and Remittances ...
Imprest ......
Investments ......
Joint Colonial Fund ...
Unexpended Loan Funils ...
Total Below-the Line Payments


Total Payments .,,
Cash Balance at 30. 6. 55.

Total (including Closing Balance)


Actual Estimate
JTan.-June, 1955 1955.


$ c. $

12.900; 50 30,921
1(,337 71 43,832
19.8;65 41 98,980
q5,l;6; 37 289,-0 8
10. 560 51 24, 75
13,4175 50 1;-;9,884
.,1,895 75 143 4i0
2',6. 37 78 68,9-5
166,600 75 :345,445
249,439 99 5'81,352
1,361; 75 150,467
30,56 7 8 78.4:1l
5,417 (; 1 (,921
8,645 27 27,540
5,,i17 i (_, 6,820
325,804 f9 721,208
7(.480 48 157,491
79,161 82 139,466
141,742 5'; 329,4S9
9,271 17 45,927
8"2,'02 61; 127.50P
22,204 07 46,203
b8,74) 12 178,004
7,0(a;1 0 13,879
22.93" 40 75,821;
248. i86 43 234.581
99,342 :1 25,694
42 365 56 180 362
4,470 81 9,:;21
34,7114 77 64,'17
72,521 32 147,041


4,9 13,530


614,091 25
453,374 14
208,251 1)7
754,4i9) 96
5,4.9 <;n
1,5003 2C
4,800 00
98,272 72
2,139,a,12 0.2


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial SecretaryI.
10th September, 1955.


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BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT.

(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950.)

Notes in circulation at 30th June, 1955


$56,008,092.00


Currency Fund


Securities held by Crown Agents (market value at
30th June, 1955)
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund
On deposit with Accountant General,Trinidad
and Tobago

Excess of note circulation over Currency Fund


$ 51,066,776.58
$ 3,784,268.62

$ 614,676.64 $; 55,465,721.84

.. $ 542,370.16


Securities held by Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations on behalf of the British
Caribbean Currency Fund at 30th June 1955.


Description of Stock Nominal Value Price Paid Value at0th
June, 1955
__ ~i


Australia 3%, 1954/59
do 3% 1955/58
do 310o 1956/61
do 3%/ 1958/60
do 4/0 1961/64
do 31% 1961/66
do 3 % 1963/65
do 3:1 1965/69
do 3% 1964/66
do 3% 1965/67
do 21% 1967/71
do 3% 1975/77
Barking 3.% 1954/59
Blackburn 21 % 1960/65
Blackpool 3%, 1957 ..
Belfast 21o 1963/66
Bootle 3}% 1958/62
Bradford 3~% 1972/82
British Gas 4'% 1969/72
British Transport Gtd. 4% 1972/77
British Transport Gtd. 3% 1968/73
Ceylon 31% 1954/59
Ceylon 31-} 1959
do 3"/% 1959/64
do 5% 1960/70
do 4,% 1965
Consols 4% 1957 or after
Cyprus 4% 1956/66
do 31% 1969/71
Conversion Stock 2% 1958/59
Conversion Stock 331 1969
East Africa High Commission
3 % 1968/70
East Africa High Commission
31% 1966/68
-"East Africa High Commission
41/,, 1964/69
East Africa High Commission
4%, 1968/71
Exchequer 2%, 1960
Federated Malay States 3 %/ 1960/70
Funding Loan 2% o/ 1952/57
do do 210," 1956/61
Funding Loan 3% 1959/69
Funding Stock 30% 1966/68
Gold Coast 4V"% 1956
Gold Coast 4,1/% 1960/70
Gold Coast 3% 1963


s. d
53,979 18 9!
96,263 2 7:
12,394 0 5
15,339 5 10
31,000 0 0!
97,719 2 2
16,124 18 8
37,385 5 2
3,195 17 2,
33,278 10 0!
3.396 17 11
42,217 15 7
13,000 0 01
7,700 0 0!
712 1 10
3,770 7 11
6,228 16 2
5,996 4 5
600,000 0 0,
323,474 14 2
115,381 1 5
17,168 16 11
7,472 3
16,731 18 0
13,200 0 01
18.047 17 2L
17,397 5 i1
4,724 5 3.
107,344 12 8
199.306 5 3
2,030 14 10

53,831 2 1


144,820 14 01

100.000 0 0i


134,535 16
500.000 0
30,964 19
70,000 0
1,968,918 7
50,000 0
244,503 8
34 729 18
1,879 10
2,188 16


s. d.
54,061 16 1
95,911 13 6i
12,394 0 5,
15,147 11 0,
32,046 5 0i
96,497 12 4
15.298 10 7
35,235 12 11
2,980 2 91
30,990 12 1
2,989 5 41
37,521 1 01
13,162 10 0
7,170 12 6
712 1 10
3,454 12 6
6,150 19 0i
5,718 17 111
625,875 0 0.
329,696 2 2
110,333 2 11l
17,383 9 1
7,500 4 11
16,250 17 21
14,503 10 0
20,033 2 5
17,038 8 8'
4,848 5 5
95,000 0 0
198,518 9 8
2,071 19 10

48,038 0 1

143,372 9 10

99,500 0 0


128,789 12
502,109 5
27,089 16
71,181 5
1,867,588 16
47,000 0
230.896 9
36,900 10
2,015 15
2,134 2


s. d.
52,090 12 9
91.931 5 9
11,588 8 2
14,188 16 11
30,070 0 0
90,390 3 6
14,270 11 5
32,712 2 0
2,796 7 6
28,785 18 1
2,734 10 0
32,985 6 3
12,675 0 0
6,814 10 0
694 5 9
3,223 13 9
5,761 12 11
5,186 14 7
591,000 0 0
308918 6:11
96,343 3 11
16,739 12 6
7,135 18 8
14,975 1 0
13,596 0 0
18.499 1 1
15,396 11 5
4,606 3 1
97,146 17 10
186,351 7 1
1,898 14 10

48,717 3 0

131,062 14 8

101,500 0 0


131,172
460,000
26,475
68,600
1,801,560
43,250
211,495
34,208
1,879
2,046


.. .. 5,258,354 12 0 5,133,112 10 0 4,873,475 1 0


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Description of Stock


Nominal Value


s. d.


Price Paid


Value at 30th
June, 1955


s. d.


s. d.


Brought forward

Huddersfield Corp. 34% 1958/63
Hull Corp. 31% 1958/63
Hull Corp. 3 % 1960/70
Ilkeston Corp. 31% 1959/64.
Kenya 4. % 1961/71
Kenya 23% 1965/70
do 2 % 1971/76
do 3 % 1973/78
do 4-% 1971/78
Leeds Corp. 3% 1955/58
London Elec. Trans. Finance Corp.
Gtd. 210 1950/55
Malaya 3% 1974/76
Mauritius 3, % 1957/62
do 31% 1965/68
National War Bonds 2 % 1954/56
Newport (MON) Corp. 3 % 1952/55
New Zealvnd 3 1952/55
do 31% 1955/60
do 5/ 1956/71
do 3' % 1960/64
do 3 1% 1962/65
do 31;% 1963/66
do 3% 1966/68
do 3 % 1973/77
Nigeria 4% 1963
do 31% 1964/66
do 3% 1975/77
Northern Rhodesia 3%, 1963/65
do 3 -% 1955/65
do 30%/ 1970/72
do 41% 1965/70
Northern Ireland 3L% 1968/70
Palestine Gtd. 3% 1962/67
Portsmouth Corp. 3 % 1972/82
Savings Bonds 3% 1955/65
do 3% 1960/70
do 3% 1965/75
Serial Funding 3% 1955
Sierra Leone 3) % 1958/63
South Africa 31?% 1953/73
do 3% 1954/59
do 3% 1954/64
Southampton Corp. 3%0 1959/64
Southshields Corp. 3% 1956/58
Southern Rhodesia 31% 1961/66
Swansea Corp. 3% 1955/65
Tanganyika 41% 1967/72
Uganda 3' %, 1966/69
War Loan 3% 1955/59


On deposit in Joint Colonial Fund
On deposit with Accountant General
Trinidad & Tobago

TOTAL

Conversion at rate of 4/2 to $1.00


5,258,354 12 01

10,000 0 0
6,459 13 41
9,162 15 4
4,993 10 8
S 10,264 17 11
135,382 9 2
2,429 10 91
170,488 0 11
275,184 4 71
5,389 11 10:

17,009 7 3
166,048 6 11
5,000 0 0
70,049 15 4
1,245,067 12 1
14,924 2 1
25,256 13 0
20,828 4 11
16,000 0 0
30,843 1 7
17,265 15 9
735 12 11
17,485 6 9
24,471 13 10
40,331 19 9
50,000 0 0
S 31,348 3 7
6,813 12 5
12,670 7 111
338,238 0 10
..i 200,000 0 0
4,925 13 1
6,253 2 10
S 1,624 14 8
1,056,182 11 10
454.477 2 6
140,289 12 1
S 671,621 11 2
816 7 10
9,000 0 0
1,916 9 8
6,000 0 0
12,306 14 2
4,072 17 2
6,740 0 0
S 3,957 17 0
178,054 15 8
327,122 10 1
S 288,302 4 7

11,412,161 6 11
788,389 5 11

128,057 12 8

.. 12,328,608 5 6

.. $ 59,177,319.72


5,133,112 10 0Q

10,137 10 Oi
6,483 17 10i
8,910 15 10
5,030 19 8
11,034 15
115,582 15
2,150 2 10
166,225 16 1
274,308 6 21
5,376 2 4


4,873,475 1 0

9,450 0 0
6,104 7 8
8,200 13 6
4,619 0 4
10.316 4 5
107,629 1 1
1,931 9 8
150,881 17 8
279,311 19 10
5,200 19 1


16,541 12 1 17,009 7 3
140,437 0 4 135,329 8 0
4,950 0 0 4,825 0 0
68,955 4 9 64,796 0 8
1,258,804 15 9 1,226,391 11 10
15,054 13 10 14.924 2 1
25,522 6 0 25.256 13 0
21,140 13 5 19,890 19 6
17,320 0 0 16,240 0 0
31,170 15 9 29,455 2 10
17,006 16 0 15,625 10 9
715 8 4 658 8 1
16,479 18 7 14,949 19 3
21,840 19 9 19,577 7 1
43,003 19 8 39,727 0 2
48,625 6 2 46,750 0 0
27,821 10 2 25,235 5 8
6,541 1 6 6,030 1 1
12,607 0 11 11,846 16 5
333,587 5 5 302723 0 11
200,000 0 0 203,000 0 0
4,771 14 7 4,359 4 1
5,831 1 1 5,408 19 4
1,539 8 8 1,405 7 11
1,027,137 11 5 966,407 1 5
436,471 2 0, 388,577 18 10
130,590 10 10 117,141 16 5
682,623 4 1 668,263 9 0
809 5 0 763 6 6
8,685 0 0 7,875 0 0
1,930 17 2 1,820 13 2
5,670 0 0 5,310 0 0
11,660 12 1 11,014 10 1
4,098 6 31 3,930 6 2
6,731 11 6 6,167 2 0
3,715 8 8 3,463 2 5
174,568 16 1 175,383 19 3
291,249 0 7 296,045 17 4
295,518 11 0 278,211 13 0

11,160,082 0 10 10,638,911 15 9
788,389 5 11 788,389 5 11

128,057 12 81 128,057 12 8


12,076,528 19 51 11,555,358 14 4


57,967.339.06


55,465.721.84


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad,
26th August, 1955.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 1, 1955.-(No. 55.)

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


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


GRADES


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


Cents

do.

do

do.

do.

do.


F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed : 5th Seleinc r, 1955.
uaLF I~u 3rlptenllt~r,


GRENADA.

PRINTED BY THE G(VEBNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PAINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S.
1955





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