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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


nbiishc& byi Anth oriti,


VOLr. 73.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1955. [No. 63.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 291.
HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased
to approve the appointment of Mr. E. S.
GITTENS, Government Secretary, Grenada, on
transfer to the post of Assistant Administrator and
Establishment Officer, St. Lucia.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 96.

No. 292.
MIR. D. M. B. CROMWELL to be Comptroller of
Inland Revenue and Income Tax, Treasury
Department, with effect from 1st April, 1955.
28th October, 1955.
P.F. 587.

No. 293.
ISS MYRTLE MOO'RE, to be X-Ray Technician,
111 Colony Hospital, with effect from 1st
August, 1955.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 930.

No, 294.
M ISS MAXIME PATEISON, to be Postal Agent at
1 Belvidere, Cairiacou, with effect from
1st October, 1955.
28th October, 1955.
Q 5/32 (127)
CONFIRMATION. OF APPOINTMENT.
No. 295.
MR. D. SPENCER, to be Class III Clerk, Treas-
Sury Department, with effect from 1st Septem-
ber, 1953.
29th October, 1955.
P.P. 806.


No. 296.
S[R. G. H. BAIN, to be a Class III Cleik,
l"I Electricity Department, with effect from
18th January, 1954.
29th October, 1955.
P-F. 826

No. 297.
R. G. EDWARDS, to be a Class II Clerk,
1 Treasury Department, with effect from 1st
August, 1953.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 353.

ACTING APPOINTMENTS.
No. 298.
IR. S. L. CYRUS, Assistant Accountant, Treas-
ury Department, to be Acting Senior
Acountant, vice Mr. J. L. IRELAND on leave, with
effect from 1st June. 1955.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 175.

No 299.
MR. C. R. ALLEYNE, Class I Clerk, to be Acting
SAssistant Accountant vice Mr. S. L. CYRus
with effect from 1st July, 1955.
29th October, 1955.
P.P. 353.

No. 300.
MR. V. J. Buxo, Class II Clerk, to be Acting
Class I Clerk vice Mr. C. R. ALLEYNE, with
effect from 6th July, 1955.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 369.


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GOVERNMI-'NT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29, 195,.--(No. 63).


TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT.
No. 301.
MRS. M. DAVID, to be Temporary Class II
Clerk, Governor's Office, with effect from
1st August, 1955.
29th October, 1955.
P.P. 5"8.

SECONDMENT.
No. 302.
M R. (T. L. BRATHWAITE, Assistant Health
Engineer, Public Health Engineering Unit,
on secondment for one year to World Health
Organisation, with effect from 17th October, 1955.
S9th October, 1955.
P.F. 247.

LEAVE.
No. 303.
iR. M. Z. MARK, Assistant Inspector of Schools,
X on 5 months' leave with effect from 11th
.September, 1955.
29th October, 1955,
P.F. 657.


VACATION LEAVE.
No. 304.
R. W. . BAIN, Class III Clerk, Attorney
General's Office, on 3 months' and 18 days
vac tion leave with effect ir'nm 1st October, 19Z5.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 782.

No. 305.
I R. H. D. BAPTISTE, Assistant Master, Grenada
IXL Boys' Secondary School, on 6 m )iths' vaca-
tion leave, followed by 2 months' half-pay leave
with effect from 1st September, 1955.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 197.

RESIGNATION.
1No. 306.
IE. EDRIC ROSE, Class II Clerk, Treasury
.i Department, with effect from 12th October,
195-5.
29th October, 1955.
P.F. 273.

No. 307.
Posting Of Medical Officers.
R. C. [,. SCHORMAN, proceeded to Carriacou on
23rd October, to relieve Dr. SLOMINSKI who
is required in Grenada to give evidence in ,the
Supreme Court.
Dr. C. L. FEHGUSON has been posted to act in
District II until Dr. SCHORMAN returns from
Carriacou on 1st November, 1955.

26th October, 1955.
M.P. 441 A II.


No. 308.
THE following draft Bills for Ordinances which
were introduced and read a first time in the
Legislative n council on the 19th October, 1955, are
published for general information. A copy cf each
Bill is issued with this Gazette :-
13ill for an Ordinance further to amend the
Bank Holiday Act.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the
Registration of clubss Ordinance (Cap. 194).
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the law relating
to the civil liabilities and rights of the
Crown and to civil proceedings by and
against the Crown, to amend the law
relating to the civil liabilities of persons
other than the Crown in certain cases
involving the affairs or property of the
Crown, and for purposes connected with
the mintters aforesaid.
Bill for an Ordinance to repeal and replace the
present Ordinances relating to Fire
Brigades.
Bill for an Ordinance to ratify the agreement of
the first day of November, 1954, entered
into between the Governments of certain
Caribbean Territories and the West Indies
Navigation Company Limited.
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Legislative
Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951.
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Sale of
Produce Ordinance, 1954.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the
Immigration (Restriction) Ordinance, 1936.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the
Nutmeg Industry Ordinance:
Bill for an Ordinanc:, further to amend the
Police Pensions Ordinance.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the
Deportation (Brilish Subjects) Ordinance,
1936.
Bill for an Ordinance to make provision for the
creation of a Public Service Commission.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the
Customs Duties Ordinance.
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Jury
Ordinance.
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Aid to
Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1952.
296h October, 19:5.

No. 309.
Tenders for the Conveyance of Mails and Passengers
between Carriacou and Petit Martinique.

QEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
Sof 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 (iovernmcnt and under
the conditions laid down in the contract.
3. The contract will be for a period of one yeav
from 1st January, to 31st December, 1956.
4. Tenders should bh submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, marked "Tender for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo between Carriaceu
and Petit Martinique' ny 4 p.m. on 25th N,'vemb'"r,
1955.
24th October, 1955.
M.P. 1078.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63.)


No. 310.
Interment Of Paupers.

SEALED Tenders will be received for burial of
k' paupers in the undermentioned districts
during the year 1956 :-
Town of Grenville and Parish of St. Andrew
(including paper inmates of the
Princess Alice Hospital);
Town of \ victoria and Parish of St. Mark
Town of Sautours and Parish of St. Patrick
Parish of St. David and
The Dependency of ('arriacou.
Tenbers should he submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, St. George's, marked lender for
burial of paupers" by 4.p.m. on 25th November,
1955.
Forms of tender may be obtained on application
at the Government Office.
Government does not bind itself to accept tlhe
lowest or any tender.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
(Government Office,
29th October, 1955.
M.'. 185/2/56.


COMMUNIQUE

T HE Governor has received a personal letter
I from Captain Oliver Dawnay, Private Secre-
tary lo Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, who
accompanied Her Royal Highness The Princess
Margaret on her West Indian Tour, reiterating
,how greatly grieved the Princess was to hear of the
terrible damage caused by the hurricane. The fact
that The Princess Margaret holds the happiest
memories of her time in the Windward Islands,
and remembers with delight the wonderful day she
spent sailing through the Grenadines, has added to
the distress which she felt on hearing how grievously
so many had suffered through the hurricane.

Government Office,
Grenada,
27th October, 1955.
M.P. 2736 L.


NOTICE.

Agricultural Exhibition and Trade
Fair, 1956.

T is hereby notified for general information that
the Agricultural Exhibition and Trade Fair,
1956, has been postponed for one year.

By Command,

G. F. HOSTEN,
Government Secretary.
,Government Office,
Grenada.
26th October, 1955.


British Caribbean Coins


NTIL now the Eastern Group of the British
Caribbean Territories has used United King-
dom coins, except that Jamaica has used pennies,
half-pennies and fathings of its own distinctive
designs and British Guiana its own fourpenny
pieces. Often, however, the Unit d Kingdom
denominations have been expressed, in local usage,
in cents, one cent being equivalent to one halfpenny.
The Territories have agreed to adopt a unified
system of decimal currency based on Ihe local dollar,
with the cent as the one hundredth part. The coin-
age, consisting of 50 cents, 2' cents, 10 cents, 5
cents, 2 cents, 1 cent and I cent denominations, has
been struck by the Royal Mint and will shortly be
issued in the Territories, with the exception of
Jamaica.
Th'l highest three denominations have been
struck in cupro-nickle, in the same metal as the
United Kingdom halfcrown etc; the 5 cents in
nickle-brass, in the same metal as the United King-
dom twelve-sided threepenny piece; and thelowest
three denominations in bronze in the same metal
as the United Kingdom penny etc.
All the cins be-r (,n r re ,i1 the crowned effigy
of Her Majesty as it appears u.i the coins of other
Dependent Territories.
The designs on the other side of the coins are:-
.0 cents-Combined Arms of the Territories
25 cents )
10 cents Drake's Golden Hind
5 cents

2 cents Crossed Branches of Palm
1 cent j

The i cent design consists of the inscription
"BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES--
EASTERN GROUP," the denomination and the
date, all of which are also incorporated in the
designs of the other denominations.
Mr. Cecil Thomas. O.B.E., F.R.B.S. modelled
the effigy of Her Majesty in 1952. He was born
in 1885 and is a Past Master of the Art Workers
Guild. His previous work includes lecumbent
effigies and portrait busts in Canterbury Cathedral
and many other places. lie has designed and
engraved many seals. His best known medal is
the Coronation Me-al of Her Majesty. At the
beginning of the reign he also modell-d the reverse
designs of the United Kingdom'five shillings, half-
crown, two shillings and sixpenny pieces.
Mr. T. H. Paget, O.B.E. designed and modelled
all the reverse sides of the new coinage. He is
62 years old and teaches at the Central School of
Arts and Crafts in London. lie has done much
work for the Royal Mint including the uncrowned
effigy of King George VI for coinage and the
representation of the Golden Hind on the United
Kingdom halfpenny. Recently he has designed
coinages for Iraq, Bolivia and Uruguay.
The first issue of British Caribbean coins will be
made on 15th November, 1955, in the following
denominations, 10 cents, 5 cents, 2 cents, one cent,
half cent. United Kingdom coins will however
continue to be legal tender until demonetized.
Photographs of the new coins will be on display irk
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63.)


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

CUSTOMS.

N accordance with the powers vested in me
under Section 21 of the Customs Crdinance,
Cap. 58, I appoint the three (3) Bulk Installation
Tanks, Nos. 234, 235, and 236, situated at
Fontenoy, as warehouses for warehousing of
petrol without payment cf duty on the first entry
thereof.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Colonial Treasurer.

Treasury & Customs Dept.,
Grenada,
21st October, 1955.


INCOME TAX.

THE attention of all persons and in particular
the Agents of Steamship and Airline
Companies is directed to ,.R. & 0. No 30 of
1955-Income Tax (Evasion of Tax Payment)
(Prevention) Rules, 1955, which make it obliga-
tory for a person seeking to leave the Colony to
secure an Exit Certificate showing that he does
not owe or has made satisfactory arrangements for
payment of Income Tax. Persons are also
forbidden to issue tickets to intending travellers
unless such a Certificate is produced.

D. M. B. CROMWELL,
Comptroller of Income Tax.


Applications are invited from suitably qualified
Candidates for the Post of Nutrition
Officer, Windward Islands.

1. Appointment. The appointment is non-
pensionable, and will be for a period of two
years in the first instance. It will be subject
to Colonial Regulations and to the local
General Orders in force for the time being
in so far as they are applicable.
2. Salary. The salary is at the rate of 500
rising by annual increments of 50 to 700
per annum.
3. Allowances. Travelling and subsistence
allowances are payable in accordance with
local regulations in respect of approved
travel on duty.
4. Quarters. Quarters are not provided.
5. Leave and Passages. Vacation leave on
full salary (to be taken on the satisfactory
completion of the officer's engagement) will
be granted at the rate of one week for each
completed period of 3 months resident
service. The Officer will also be eligible for
local leave at the rate of 14 days per annum,
and sick leave in accordance with local
regulations.
Passages to the Windward Islands will be
provided for the officer on fir-t appointment
and on the satisfactory termination of the
period of engagement.


6. Leave Passages. Lave passages are pro-
v'ded in accordance with local regulations.
7. Duties. The officer will be required to draw
up the diets for al] Government Institutions
in the Windward [slands and to supervise
the purchase, preparation and service of
meals in each. The officer may also be
required to organize school feeding and do
some teaching of elementary nutrition and
cooking to adult groups such as nurses and
teachers.
The officer will, subject to the general
direction of the Governor of the Windward
Islands, be responsible to the Senior Medical
Officer of the Colony in which she is
working.
8. Taxation. All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications, giving full particulars cf candidates
qualifications and experience, should be accom-
panied by two testimonials, which will not be
returned, and should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, Grenada, and should
reach him not l-:ter than .6th Norembier, 1955.


OOURT NOTICE.


GRENADA.

In the Supreme Court of tile Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.

Suit No. 101 of 1955.
Between
GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE BANK, LTD., Plaintiff.

CLEAVER PASCAL AND AMBROSE
MCINTYRE Defendants
Trustees of and on behalf of Grand Defend
Anse Insurance Society

Y ORDER there will be offered for sale at this
office on Friday, 4th Yorember, 1955, at noon
all the right title and interest of the above-named
Grand Anse Insurance societyy vested in the
Trustees of the said Society in All the lot of land
with the building thereon containing Fifteen Poles
part of lot 1 of the Grand Anse Lands of the cut-
lying lands of Woodlands Estate bounded as
annexed to an Indenture dated 8th October, 1942,
between P. G. Browne and another First Part A.
Hubbard & Co. Ltd. Second Part, Jonas Browne
Third Part and C. Woodroffe and J. Woodroffe
Fourth Part recorded in Liber 1. 9 page 773.
The interest of the said Society in the said land
is believed and taken to be an estate in fee simple
and the same is being sold free from all Judgments.
against the Defendants so far as is known but
subject to the usual corcitions of sale a copy of
which may be seen at tilis office and to the-
RESERVE PRICE OF $.4,995.00.


Registrar's Office.
October, 1955.


GORDON REN WICK,
rgcistrar.


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Vr!\TlNANv L' :AZi'UE, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63).


NOTICE.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

Vacancy for a Well Driller.


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to a vacant
post of Well Driller in the Public Works Depart-
ment, British Guiana. The post is pensionable
and is on the salary scale A 7: $3,696 x $144-
$4,560 per annum.
2. The duties of the post are as following:-
(i) supervising the drilling and reconditioning
of water wells by the rotary method:
(ii) keeping accurate logs of the formation of
wells ;
(iii) writing reports on, and making estimates
for the work ;
(iv) performing such other duties as may
from time to time be assigned by the
Director of Public Works or the Drill-
ing Superintendent.
3. Candidates should not be under 35 years or
over 40 years of age and should have had at least 10
years' experience in well drilling ; they should be
able to supervise labour.
4. The successful candidate may be appointed,
according to his preference either on a permanent
and pensionable basis subject, if the officer is not
already in Government employment, to his serving
satisfactorily during a probationary period 'f
twelve months or on a three-year contract, renew-
able by mutual consent on such terms as may Ihe
agreed upon between Government and the person
engaged. lie will, if not already in the Service,
be required to pass a medical examination for
admission to the Public Service.
5. Vacation leave is earned at the rate of five
days for each completed month of resident service
up t' a maximum of six months, subject to the
-4qmpietion of a minimum tour of service of two
years.
6. A pensionable officer would be eligible for the
grant of assisted leave passages in accordance
with the Public Oflicers Leave (Passages) Regula-
tions No. 34 of 1952. A contract officer, if selected
from overseas, would be provided with passages tc
British Guiana for himself, his wife and children
(if any) not exceeding five persons in all, provided
they either accompany him to British Guiana or
join him here within twelve months of his
departure for the Colony; (children to be under 18
years of age, unmarried and dependent on the
officer). A similar passage concession will be
granted, at Government expense, for the officer
and his family, back to the country from which he
was recruited, on the satisfactory completion of
his contract.
7. Applications stating name in full, date and
year cf birth, qualifications, details of any previous
experience and accompanied by copies of two
recent testimonials, should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, General
Post Office Building, Georgetown, British Guiana,
to reach him not later than the 15th of December,
159.05. Applications received after this date will
not I)h' considered.
H. Applicants already in the Public Service must
submit their applications through the normal
official channels.


NOTICE.
Poor Relief Administration.

Appointment of District Committees.

T HE following District Committees have been
L appointed in connection with the administra-
tion of poor relief:-
St. George's.
The Chairman, St. George's District Board.
The Honourable Member for the Town of St.
George.
The Hlonourable Member for the Parish of St.
George.
The Medical Officer, Richmond Home.
The Social Welfare Officer.
The Officer in Charge of the Salvation Army.
S. Andrew's.
The Chairman, St. Andrew's District Board.
The Honourable Members of Council for parish.
Miss Inez Munro, M.B.E.
Mr. G. A. laize.
Mr. J. J. Copland.
Mrs. A. Gittees.
Mr.. W. A. Branch.
St. Patrick's.
The Chairman, St. Patrick's District Board.
The Honourable Member of Council for parish.
Mr. G. A. Glean.
Miss Agatha Redhead.
Mrs. Betty Mascall.
St. John's.
The Chairman, St. John's Di-trict Board.
The Honourable Member of Council for Parish,
Mrs. Ralph Alexander,
Mr. D. A. Mc Intyre, J.P.,
Mrs. A. C. Johnson.
St. Mark's.
The Chairman, St. Mark's District Board,
The Hononrable Member of Council for parish.
Mr. Norman Bonaparte,
Mrs. Agatha De Allie,
Mrs. Emelda James,
Mrs. Cecelia Me Lean,
Mrs. Rebecca -belfon,
Mrs. Lucille Charles,
Miss Phyllis icott.

St. David's.
The Chairman, St. David's District Board,
The Honourable Member of Council for parish,
Miss Enid Lennard,
Mrs. Alfred Neckles,
Mrs. C. A. James.
Carriacou.
The District Officer,
The Honourable Member of Council for Carria-
cou,
Miss Alicia Nimrod,
Heverend Fr. Paul Demajo,
Miss. Hilary Me Quilkin.

Government Office,
Grenada,
28th October, 19.5..
M.P. 1252 A.


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GOVERNMENT GAZE'IT.':, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63.)


Following is a List of the Agriculture! Department's District Extension Staff Engaged in
Assisting Farmers with the Planting of Food Crops and Bananas and other Agri-
cultural Problems, together with the areas served by each Officer.


I. North Grenada (The Parishes of St. Patrick and St. Mark)
Officer-in-Charge-Mr. D. Louisey, Tivoli Agricultiural Station.


Area Distribution Centres Agricultural Instructors


From Pointzfiold to La Fortune Residence of Hon. R. 0. Williams. Messrs. L. Raeburn and L.
River Residence of Mr. Henry at Christopher.
Hamilton Hill, River SallBeI
Land Settlement.
Residence of Mr. F. Merger,
Morne Fendue.
Residence of Mr. Geo. McIntosh,
La Mode.
Mt. Reuil Estate.
Residence of Mr. W. Holas, La
Fortune.
Hermitage Nutmeg Station.

From West of La Fortune River Union Nutmeg Station. Messrs. S. Kent and K. Shears.
to Union River Residence of Miss V. Forteau,
Mt. Craven.
Residence of Mr. G. A. Glean,
Chantimelle.

From West of Union River to the Victoria Nutmeg Station. Messrs. C. Garrett and Campbell.
St. John-St. Mark's parish
boundary


II. East Grenada (The Parish of St. Andrew)
Officer-in-Oharge--Mr. A. C. Branch, Mount Horne.


La Digue, Munich, Crochu, Petit La Digue Nutmeg Station, Birch Mr. W. John.
Balthazar, St. James, Birch Grove Nutmeg Station, Resi-
Grove, Capitol, Adelphi, dence of Mr. J. Vincent, St.
Grand Etang, Lower Capitol James, Residence of Mr. J.
Balthasar, L'Esterre. Barker, Crochu.

Paraclete, Mt. Hope, Be lair, Paraclete Nutmeg Station, Resi- N. Creft.
Mirabeau, Byeland s, La dence of Felix Abraham, Bye-
Force, W indso r, l raze, lands.
Nianganfoix, St. Cloud's, Saus
Souci.

Upper Conference, La Pcterie, Carriere Estate, St. Andrew's, S. Law.
Tivoli, St. John's, Carriere, Residence of S. Law, Moyah,
Belair, Moyah. Tivoli Agricultural Station.

Marquis, Soubise, Hope, Grand Grand Bacolet Estate, St. An- R. Mark and R. Lett.
Bacolet, Mt. Carmel, Harford drew's.
Village, to the R.O. School, Residence cf R. Mark, Mt. Carmel.
Grenville. Residence of E. Daniel, Mt. Carmel.
Residence of Mr. Egbert Charles,
Marquis.
Munich Nutmeg Station.

Moyah, Pearls, Simon, Paradise, Residence of Mr. Xavier, Pearls B. Pitt and E. Calliste.
Canal, Grand Bras, La Fillette, Airport.
Boulogne, Dunfermline. Residence of B. Pitt, La Fillette.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63).

III. South Grenada (The Parishes of St. David and South St. George)
Olficor-in-Charge-Mr. E. O. Barrett, Westerhall.


Area


Right hand sid3 of Grand Eltng!
road to VWndome, to Good
Hope Estate, St. Paul's and
down to Hope Vale Estate
and along Westerhall Road
through St. George's back to
the Grand Etang Road.


Distribution Centre


Beaulieu Nutmeg Station.
Residence of Mr. Radix, Mt. Par
nassus.
St. Paul's Police -tation.


'Town of St. George, Springs, Eotanic Gardens.
Grand Anse, Belmont, Cal- Grand Anse Estate.
listed, W6burn, lorne Rouge,' Woodlands Estate.
Woodlands.

Perdmontemps, Windsor Forest, Windscr Forest Nutmeg Station.
Beaton, Minorca, Vincennes, Westerhall Agricultural Station.
Laura, La Pastora, Bailles
Bacolet.

Petit Bocage, Westerhall (old andi Hope Vale Estate.
new), Morne Delice, Cali-I Westerhall Agricultural Station.
xigny, Confer, Hope Vale,
Marian.

La Ssagsse to Crochu, including Ashenden Cocoa Station.
La Sa :esse, St. David's, La St. David's Nutmeg Station.
Tante, Pomme Rose, Ashen- La Tante Nutmeg Station.
den, Petit Etang, Syracuse
Providence, etc.


Agricultural Instructors


Leslie Sayers







Clive Alexander




Terence Laldee




Rashford DeGale





N. D. NcIJ -nd C. Augustine


VI. West Grenada. (The Parishes of St. John and North St. George)
Officer-in-Charge-Mr. E. S. Holgate, Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station.


Maran, Palmiste, Belvidere Geuyave Nutmeg Station, Florida B. Hamilton
Nutmeg Station.

Dothan to Brizan Concord Nutmeg Station, Grand M. Wilson
Roy Nutmeg Station.

Bcausejour, Happy Hill, Grenville Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station, C. Mitchell
Vale, New Hampshire, Grenville Vale School.
Mt. Dor, Mt. Moritz.

Grand Mal, Fontenoy, to Vandome Snug Corner Nutmeg Station 0. Campbell.
on left side of Grand Etang Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station
Road including Annandale.


G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Agricultural Oficer.
St. George's,
27th October, 1955.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63).


NOTICE. Grenada, on Monday the 14th day of November,
1955, commencing at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon
WEST INDIAN COURT OF APPEAL. for the determination of the above Appeals.


No. 1 of 1955 (Grenada) Adam Soltysik vs.
Willan Edward Julien.
No. 2 of 1955 (Grenada) Esther Bullen vs.
Ralph Bullen & Others.
No. 3 of 1955 (Grenada) Nathaniel Bicharl
De Allie vs. Commissioners of Income Tax.
There will be a sitting of the West Indian Court
of Appeal at the Supreme Court, St. George's,


Dated this 24th day of October, 1955.

CORDON RENWICK,
Registrar.


Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada.


POST OFFICE.

Post early for Christmas.


THE latest times for closing Mails to ensure delivery to destination before
Sfollows:-


Christmas Day are as


By SURFACE AAILr Br AmR MAL;,
DESTINATIONS.
Letters & Prints Parcels Lctte-r & Prints


Great Britain and Europe ... November 19th November 17th December 6th
United States of America ... December 2nd December 1st December 9th
Canada ... November 14th November 14th December 9th
British Guiana ... November 24tn November 24th December 9th
West Indies ... November 19th November 19th December 8th
Jamaica ... November 16th November 16th December 9th
Trinidad & Tobago ... December 9th December 9th December 20th

Supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched, if suitable opportunities offer.

General Post Office, F. R. PHILLIP,
Grenada, Colonial Postmaster.
October 18th, 1955.




NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


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

GRA DES Advances


Green Nutmegs 10 Cents

Dry do. 15 do.

Cracked Grinders 7 do.

Dried Whole Mace 70 do.

Dried Broken Mace 40 do.

Mace Pickings 20 do,

F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed : 17th October, 1955.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63).


TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1955.


Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A.-IMPORTS.


ARTICLE i
Qu



Beer, Ale and Stout (gals) ....
Bread, Biscuits anid Cakes (lbs)... 2
Butter and Butter Substitutes(lbs)... 2
Fish (dried, salted. pickled,
smoked) (lhs) ... 17
olF nr nd ria in--


Flour Wheaten (lhs) .
Cornmeal
0:1!s
Rice ...
Meat-Salt an;d Picklel (lbs)
Snirked or Cured (lbs).
Milk, Condensed (Ibs) ..
Spirits and Wines (als)
Sugar-refined (lbs.)
unrefined
Tobacco-unmanufact ued (I hs)
cigarettes
Iron and Steel (Rolle], Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ...
Wood and Timber Unmarni facturd
lumber (ft) ..
Shingles .- .
A pparel (value) ..
EHaei ard Sacks (value) ...
Boots, Slces and Slippers (doz. prIs.)
Carts, Carriages, etc.-
Motor Cars (No.) ...
Other Commercial Vehicles (No.) ..
Road Motor Parts (value) ...
Tyres and Tubes (value)...
Cement (tone) ...
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards)
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ...
Other Ivalue)...
Electrical Supplies (value) ...
Fertilisers and Manmura (tons)
Hardware (value) ...
Ir.,n nt d Steel Manufactures (tons)j
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (ions) s
Air corditi'.niing aid rr frigera-
ting (0ons)...1
Conveying, hoistir:g, excavating, I
*cad construction and mining
(tons) ...
Electrical (tons) ...
Engines anct fr vehicles (torls) ..
Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons)
Oils-Illuminating and curn-
ing (gals) .
Fuel (gals) ...
Mo:or spirit (gals) ...
Painters' colours tc. bs) ...
Soap (lbs) ...
Paper (all kinds* (value) ...
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
(aq. yds.)...
Twine (lbs)...


73,


August, 1955.

antity Vali


$


5,036
1743
4,694

8,660

6,270


980
214,800
210,600
10.013
4,906
41,501
92')
72,912
11,761
7,301
1,027



206,951



3,139

17
5


268


12,8
7,8
12,1


90
79
51


45,690

61,22.1
93
1,895
24,;44
4,353
4,345
10,032
6,042
8,074
1,161
6,858
3,131



64,9-6

11,492

34,740

35,728
15,702
7,501
18,120
12,761


66,836 27,680
31,457 16,565

16,943
42 6,144
8,165
79 41,453


..




22,631
14,475
51,643
24,537
51,617
...

126
3,325


7,70
4,434
19,472
12,067
12,389
6,532

700
3,343


Jan.,-August, 1955.

Quant ty Value


40,672
221,799
202,618

682,889

6,561,045
83,032
164,851
1,677,66)
201,C6f;
40,530
449.289)
18,752
440,276
2'8,810
8!.,53
7,7".,



1,137,181
136,750


7,183


103
23


3,293

594,642
289,406


1,134

597












156.705
120,199
356,221
161,101
294,393


11,338
20,371


106,428
69,615
106,984

176,69'

547,643
7,718
1-2,229
18 14-0
92,245
36,856
136,6 9
76,445
46,818
25,672
78,717
23,735



301,9:34
3,R8i8
119,24;
39.443
244,043

199,497
58,794
49,427
115,892
166,304

245,257
150 519
7S4
143,192
14C,37i
76,439
386 2( 2







216




5 '.54 I
63,048
13-1,836
70,147
65,948
51,129

25,457
2 ~307












428 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29, 1955.-(No. 63.)

B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


ARTICLE




Animals:-
Cattle
Pigs
Sheep
Cocoa (raw)
Fruit and Nuts (fresh)
Bananas
Coconuts
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Juice (raw)
Spice :-
Nutmegs
Mace
Other
Cotton R w
Copra
Oils, essential-Lime
Nutn ii


August, 1955.

Quantity Value


(No.) ...
(No.) ...
(No.) ...
(cwts) ...
and
(stems) ...
(No.) ...

(gals) ...

(c-v ts) ...
(c\ ts)

fcr. ) ...
(cwts) ...
(Io ts) ...
(lbs) ....
(us) ...


46
3
184
8,204

12,810
6,600

7,480

3,175
950
4
84
1,040

540


$

6,500
150
1,650
631,639

19,000
316

1,970

162,966
185,917
91
5,236
15,535

2,851


Jan.,-August, 1955.

Quantity Value


$

257 36,771
34 2,151
1,144 10,357
41,586 3,460,042

88,600 134,500
58.630 2,508

12.680 3,647

30.334 1,447,989
4.261 714,421
88 4,298
1,128 75,782
9,787 146,141
3,246 23,366
5,220 28,620


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
20th October, 1955.

































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1955





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