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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.

Public e b) Antlhoraitp.


VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1956. [No. 2.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


No. 3.
HIS Excellency C. M. DEVERELL, Esquire, C.M.G., C.V.O., O.B.E., Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands, left the Colony today for St.
Vincent.

No. 4.
JN pursuance of authority conferred upon him by Letters Patent, His Excellency
the Governor has issued a Commission appointing Louis COOLS-LARTIGUE,
Esquire, O.B.E., Chief Secretary, Windward Islands, to be Governor's Deputy,
Windward Islands, with effect from 14th January, 1956, until further notice.
His Excellency's Commission is published for general information.

By Command,


Government Office.
14th January, 1956.


GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.


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6 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 1956.-(No. 2)

WINDWARD ISLANDS.
By His Excellency COLVILLE MONTGOMERY DEVERELL, Companion of the
Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George,
Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, Oficer of the Most
Excellent Order of the British Empire, Governor and Commander-
O in-Chief in and over the IVindward Islands, comprising the
Islands of Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, and Dominica, and
their Dependencies, issued under my hand at Government House,
Grenada, and the Public Seal of the said Island of Grenada, this
11th day of January, One thousand nine hundred and fifty-,i r.
C. M. DEVERELL,
Governor.
Tc:
Louis COOLS-LARTIGUE, Esquire, O.B.E.,
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands.
GREETINGS:

BY virtue of the power and authority in me vested by WINDWARD ISLANDS LETTERS
PATENT bearing date at WESTMINSTER the twenty-seventh day of August, One
thousand nine hundred and fifty-one; I do by this Commission under the Public Seal
of the Island of GRENADA appoint you the said Louis COOLS-LARTIGUE, Officer
of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, to be my Deputy within the said WINDWARD ISLANDS from
on or about the 14th day of January, One thousand nine hundred and fifty-six
and until further orders, and in that capacity, should the necessity arise for
so doing, to exercise, perform and execute for and on behalf of the Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of the WINDWARD ISLANDS during the period recited, but no
longer, all things that belong to the office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief
of the WINDWARD ISLANDS according to the tenor of such Letters Patent already
recited or in other Letters Patent adding to, amending or substituting for the same;
and subject to the Royal Instructions and other Instructions passed under the
Royal Sign Manual and Signet to the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the
said WINDWARD ISLANDS of GRENADA, ST. VINCENT, ST. LUCIA and DOMINICA, and
during Her Majesty's pleasure:
II. AND I DO HEREBY DIRECT that you the said Louis COOLS-LARTIGIE shall not
continue to act as Deputy to the Governor after the Governor has arrived at
Grenada or some other Officer having a prior right so to act or to administer the
Government of the WINDWARD ISLANDS has notified that he is about to assume it:
III. AND I DO HEREBY REQUIRE and command all and singular Her Majesty's
Officers, Civil, Military, Naval, Air and otherwise, and all others the inhabitants of the
said WINDWARD ISLANDS and all others whom it may concern to take due notice hereof
and to give their ready obedience accordingly.
COMMISSION appointing

Louis COOLS-LARTIGUE, Esquire, O.B.E.,
Chief Secretary, Windward Islands,
To act as Governor's Deputy in certain event.













GOVIRNMKI,:'I\ G(AZETTL, JANUARY 14, 1956.--(No. 2.)


APPOINT ENTS.
Board of Visitors Colony Hospital.
No. 5.
rfIHE following persons hive bhen appointed to
I serve on the ]Board of Visitors to the ('olony
l{cspital for the year beginning 1st November,
1955 :-
Mr. TT. E. Lyle Hosten, (Chairman)
Honourable T. A. Marryshow, C.B.E.
Captain B. Earle Hughes, J.P.
Mr. E. A. Mitchell,
Mrs. H. W. D. Scott,
Miss Pinsy Rowley,
Mrs. I. \W. Byer.
7th January, 1956.
M.P. 299.

Board of Visitors-Princess Alice Hospita.
No. 6.
l'HF following persons have been appointed to
serve on the Board of Visitors to the Princess
Alice Hospital for the year beginning 1st November,
1955:-
Mr. F. C. Noel, J.P. (Chairman)
Honourable R. K. Douglas,
Mr. Theophilus Murray, J.P.
Mrs. Angela Johnson.
7th January, 1956.
M.P. 299.

No. 7.
Appeal Boards under Section 6 of the Towns
Administration (Amendment) Ordinance,
No. 23 of 1936.

THE panel from which two members along with
the Magistrate of the District shall be
appointed to hear appeals against assessments has
been constituted as follows:-
The Superintendent of Public Works,
The Assistant Superintendent of Public Works,
Tne Executive Housing Officer,
W. R. Bertrand, Esq., M.B.E.,
F. N. Bonaparte, Esq.,
S. C. Jacobs, Esq., J.P.,
Conrad Stewart, Esq.,
C. W. Morrison, Esq.
The following members have been appointed to
the Boards in the various Districts during the year
1956:-


St. George's ...


St. John's &d
St. Mark's...

St. Patrick's...


St. Andrew's...


,Carriaco ...


The Superintendent of Public
Works and W. R. Bertrand,
Esq., M.B.E.

The Executive Housing Officer
and F. N. Bonaparte, Esq.
The Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works and Conrad
Stewart, Esq.
The Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works and C. W.
Mcrrison. Esq.
The Executive Housing Officer
and S. C. Jacobs, Esq., J.P.


14th January, 1956.


No. 8.
HIS Lordship the R-ight Revd. NORMAN
SHAPLEY, Bishop of the Windward Islands,
has been appointed a Marriage Officer in respect of
the Congregation of the Anglican Church in
Grenada.
11th January, 1956.
M.P. 164.


PROMOTION.
No. 9.
1R. C. A. MABTINEAU, Graduate Master, Gre-
Snada Boys' Secondary School, has been pro-
moted to the post of Selected Graduate Master,
G.B.S.S., with effect from 1st January, 1955.
9th January, 1956.
P.F. 198.


CONFIRMATION.
No. 10.
E/ R. C. Y. GRIFFITH of the Audit Department
I has been confirmed as a Class II Clerk in
the Clerical Service of this Colony witii effect
from 1st March, 1955.
9th January, 1956.
P.F. 798.

RESUMPTION.
No. 11.
RS. BLANCHE GRANT, Housakeeper, Colony
Hospital, resumed duty with effect from
6th January, 1956.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
14th January, 1956.
P.P. 615.


Maintenance of Government Lands
in the MIorne Rouge Area.

TiENDERS are invited for the annual mainten-
Sance of the undermentioned areas of Govern-
ment Lands in the Alorne Rouge Arei:-
(1) That reclaimed area of land bounded on the
North-West by the Sea, on the South-East
by the Main Road to Quarantine Station,
on the South-West by lands occupied by
A. 0. Seon and on the North-East by area
(2).
(2) Approximately 16 acres of land cultivated in
coconuts and bounded on the North-West
by the Sea, on the South-West ly area (1)
North-East by area (3) and on the- South-
East by Grand Anse Road and part of Area
(1).
(3) Approximately 16 acres at present uncleared
and bounded on the North-West by the Sea,
on the North-East by lands of George












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 1956.-(No. 2.)


Banfleld, on the South-East by Grand Anse
Road and on the South-West by Area (2).
It is intended to clear area (3) and this area
would be added ta the area to be maintained as
and when clearing is completed.
The Contractor should include in his tender for
grass-cutting and clearing, drarn-cleaning including
Sea heads, clearing of blocks, control of weeds,
undergrowth and defective or overhanging trees,
prevention of grazing, and any other matter
necessary for the proper upkeep of the area except
maintenance of roads and buildings. The Contract
for 1956 to commence on 1st February, 1956.
Tenders should be addressed to His Honour the
Administrator and delivered to his office to reach
there by noon on 4 wednesday 25th January, 1956.
The Government does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.

R. G. RAE,
Superintendent of Public Works.
13th January, 1956.


Harvesting of Coconut Crop from Government
lands in the Morne Rouge Area.

TENDERS are invited for the Sole right to
harvest the Coconut Crop from the Govern-
ment lands in the Morne Rouge Area for one year
commencing on 1st Febuary, 1956.
The Government does not bind itself to accept
the highest or any tender.
Tenders should be addressed to His Honour the
Administrator and delivered at his office to reach
there by noon on Wednesday, 25th January, 1956.

R. G. RAE,
Superintendent of Public Works.
13th January, 1956.


NOTICE.

Flour Imports.

T is hereby notified for general information that
Government has been informed of the dates
advised for the shipment cf the flour donated by
the Government of Canada for distribution to
persons left in distress by the hurricane of 22nd
September, 1955. The distribution will be effected
through the Central Emergency Relief Committee.
The quantity allocated to Grenada is approxi-
mately 5,800 half-bags which will be shipped as
follows :-one -half (2900 half-bags) to arrive in
Grenada in the latter half of January, 1956, and
the remaining 2,900 half-bags to arrive in the
latter part of February, 1956. The proportions
requested are t wo-thirds in soft wheat and one-
third in hard wheat flour in each shipment; the
flour is being put up in twenty 5-lb. paper bags
in each cotton half-sack of 100 lbs. It is prob-
able that a part of this flour will be for distribution
in the St. Vincent Grenadines.
Importers are notified that these quantities will
cover about one-third of the present monthly-
consumption of flour in Grenada for two months,,
and should be guided accordingly in placing their


orders trom Canada and the U.S.A. These orders
should be covered by approved Import Licences as
customary.
WILLIAM G. DONELAN.
Com.pitent A authority.
24th December, 1955.


GRENADA.

IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQU SITION
ORDINANCE, 1945 (NO. 3 OF 1943).

Notice of Acquisition of Land.

(First Publication).
W HEREAS it has been decided by the Governor
to acquire and take possession of the land
mentioned and described in Schedule hereto com-
pulsorily.
AND WHEREAS on Declaration cf Acquisition
of the said land dated the 25th day of February,
1955 has been duly published in the Gazette on
this 28th day of February and 5th day of March,
1955:
AND WHEREAS a plan of the said land
prepared by Mr. Henry Walter Ogilvie a licensed
surveyor may be inspected at all reasonable hours
at the Government Office in the town of Saint
George in the island of Grenada:
AND WHEREAS the said land is required for
a public purpose, to wit, for an Aided Self-Help
Housing Project :
AND WHEREAS the Governor has appointed
me to be the authorised officer for the purposes of
the acquisition of the said land:
NOW I the said DONALD KEITH SAMUELS
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE requiring all persons
interested as soon as is reasonably practicable
either:-
(i) to appear personally or by attorney or
agent before me at the Department of
Agriculture to state the nature of their
respective interests in the land and the
amounts and full particulars of their
claims to compensation in respect of
those interests distinguishing the
amounts under separate heads and
showing how the amount claimed
under each head is calculated ; or
(ii) to render to me a statement in writing
signed by them or by their attorneys
setting forth the like matters.

SCHEDULE.
A portion of land situate at Beausejour in the
parish of Saint George in the island of Grenada
reputed to belong to NICHOLAS NECKLES
being in area 36 acres approximately-bounded on
the North and West by the Sea on the South by
the Western Main Road and cn the East by other
lands of Beausejour. This area is in the vicinity
North of the Medical Station, and is commonly
described as the Fence".
Dated this 10th day of January, 1956.

D. K. SAMU:LS,
Authorized Oficer.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 1956.-(No. 2).


NOTICE.

Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Milk.

EEALED Tenders are invited for the supply of
fresh milk to Government institutions in St.
George's during the period 1st April to 31st
December, 195(i.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, by 4.00 p.m. Wednesday 29th
March, 1956, marked "Tenders for the supply of
fresh milk."
Details of the condition; of the contract will be
supplied on application to the senior Medical
Officer.
Government does not hind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
Government Office,
Grenada,
14th January, 1956.


NOTICE.

Procedure for Admission of Patients from
Grenada & other British West Indian
Colonies to Medical Institutions, Trinidad.

T is hereby notified for public information that the
following procedure should be followed for all
admissions to medical institutions in Trinidad .--
(a) That all arrangements for admission be
made through the Government of the terri-
tory concerned, who should apply to the
Minister of health, Trinidad and Tobago.
If it is decided that the patient may be
admitted, the Minister will so inform the
Government concerned and will arrange
with the Immigraticn Authorities and the
Health Department in Trinidad for the
patient's admission both to the Colony and
to the appropriate institution to be facili-
tated.
(1) That while it is expected that physicians
and surgeons in neighboring territories will
wish to communicate direct with specialist
officers in this Colony about the clinical
conditions of patients to be admitted, it
should be clearly understood that no ar-
rangements are to be made by these indi-
vidual physicians or sergeons for the ad-
mission of any patient. Requests should be
made only through the G:vernment con-
cerned, as in (a) above, and in sufficient
time to enable proper consideration to be
given to the requests here and adequate
arrangements made.
(c) Requests for admission by individual patients
or doctors will not be considered by this
Government. In cases in which the proper
procedure for application is not used,
patients arriving in this Colony run the
risk of being returned immediately by the
Immigration Authorities to their home
territories. On no account should patients
proceed to Trinidad until they have ascer-
tained that they can be admitted.
(d). All requests for admission to the Mental
Hospital should always be accompanied by
the case history of the patient.


(e) All requests for admission should be accom-
panied by an undertaking from the Govern-
ment concerned that the payment of all
fee; and expenses (including cost of re-
patriation and the expenses of escorts, -if
necessary) is guaranteed by that Govern-
ment.
With regard to fees, apart from the
variable costs of operation, X-ray, con-
sultation, and other fees for bacteriological
and other specialist examinations, the fixed
charge for maintenance at all the institu-
tions is as follows :-
Caura Tuberculosis Sanatorium ... $6.00 per day
Masson Tuberculosis Hospital ... $6.00
Colonial Hospitals (Port of Spain
and San Fernando) ... $6.00 ,,
Mental Hospital ... $3.06
Revision of the fees in respect of Caura and
Masson is at present under consideration.
2. The public is asked to co-operate by adhering
to the above system, in order tc avoid embarrass-
ment to Government and delay in the admission
and treatment of patients in future.
Government Office,
Grenada,
9th January, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.


TREASURY.

IN accordance with the powers vested in me under
SSection 21 of the Customs Ordinance, Cap. 58,
I appoint the building known as the Motor Trans-
port Garage, in Scott Street, St. George's, as a
Warehouse for warehousing goods imported with-
out payment of duty on the first entry thereof.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
Treasury & Customs Department,
Grenada.
30th December, 1955.


CUSTOMS.

THE undermentioned premises are no longer
Customs Warehouses within the meaning of
Section 21 of the Customs Ordinance, Cap. 58:-
Hankeys' Garage, ... Carenage, St. George's.
Hubbard's Garage, ... Scott Street, St.
George's


Motor Transport
Service (down-
stairs)


... Tryne Alley, St.
George's.


G. E. C. S
Finan
Treasury & Customs Department,
Grenada.
30th December, 1955.


TANFORD,
cial Sccretai y.













10 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 19-5(.--(No. 2.)


NOTICE.

THE following have been forfeited for a breach of
the Customs Ordinance on 6th January,
1956:-
(a) Sloop Olive Branch B," 7 tons;
(b) One Zephyr Zodiac motor car, H 1305;
(c) Fourteen (14) cartons Rum;
(d) One tin Margarine;
(e) One carton Margarine.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Collector of Customs.
Treasury & Customs Dept.,
9th January, 1956.


POST OFFICE.

THE public is hereby notified that a hand book
entitled British Colonial Stamps" can be
obtained from Her Majesty's Stationery Office,
London, at the price of $1.20 per copy.
2. Any one requiring this publication can book
his order with the Colonial Postmaster not later
than the 31st January, 1956.
3. A copy of this handbook can be seen at the
General Post Office, St. George's.

F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Grenada.
29th December, 1955.


POST OFFICE.

APPOINTMENT.

Licensed Stamp Vendor.

RS KATHRYN ALLETTE, Victoria, St. Mark's
vice Mr. LENNOX NOEL, with effect from
16th January, 1956.

By Command,

F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Grenada,
12th January, 1956.


T is hereby notified for general information that
the seven cents (7) Air Letter Form with the
Queen's Royal Portrait will be placed on sale at
Post Office Counters on Thursday, 2nd Febuary,
1956.

F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
Grenada,
10th January, 1956.


NOTICE TO MARINERS.

TlHE St. George's Pier (Admiralty Chart 3821)
was totally destroyed d'l'iinog the hmiricane
of September 22, 3955, and now exists only a, an
underwater obstruction in andl around the area of
its original site. Mariner- are warned to exercise
caution in that area.

S. A. McNEIiLY,
Harbour -.[aster.
St. George's,
Grenada,
30th December, 1955.


NOTICE.

TOTICES of Employers Returns have been sent
to all Employers and Heads of Government
Departments and the co-operation of these Em-
ployers is requested so that the Returns may be
received at the Income Tax Department not later
.than the 29th February next.
The Income 'lax Ordinanc" provides that it
shall be the duty of every employer to send in
such a return and this implies that employers
should make it their business to secure the frmns
and submit the returns within the prescribed
period.
Failure to submit these returns within the pre-
scribed period carries a penalty not exceeding S480.

D. M. B. CROMWELL,
Comptroller, Inland Revenue.


NOTICE.

LL persons interested in obtaining nucleus
stocks of BEES should hand in their names
to the Department of Agriculture together with
the number of nuclei required. If the response is
satisfactory Government will be willing to place
orders for sale to interested parties.

W. R. E. NANTON,
Superintendent of Agriculture.


General Certificate of Education.

THIS examination will be held in June of this
year.
The entry fee for a subject at Ordinary level will
be ten shillings and for a subject at Advanced
Level One Pound. Besides the above, a local fee
of Four Dollars must he paid into the Treasury
and forwarded with the application for entry.
Candidates taking a Science subject requiring a
practical examination must pay an additional Four
Dollars for each subject.
The closing date for entries to be received for
the June examination is 31st January, 1956.

H. H. PILGI [M,
Local Sec etary.
4th January, 1956.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 1956.-(No. 2.)


COURT NOTICE,


GRENADA.
Suit No. 104 of 1955.
Between
GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE BANK, LTD.,


GOVERNMENT NOTICE.


P 7. 7


CLEAVER PASCAL AND AMBROSE
MCINTYRE, I
SCNTYRE, Defendants.
Trustees of and on behalf of Grand
Anse Insurance Society
BY ORDER there will be offered for sale at this
office on Friday, 20th January, 1956, at noon,
all the right title and interest of the above-named
Grand Anse Insurance Society 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 hounded as
annexed to an Indenture dated 8th October, 1942,
between P. (G. Browne andL another First Part A.
Hubbard & Co. Ltd. Second Part, Jonas Browne
Third' P irt and C. W ioodroffo and J. Woodroffe
Fourth Part recorded in Liher I!. 9 at page 773.
The interest of the said Society in the sail I nd
is believed and taken to be an estate in fee simple
and the same is being sold free from all Juldgment m
against tho 1efendiants so far as is known but
subject to the usual cocitions of sale a ,copy ::
which may be seen at this office andl I tlhe
REDUCED RESERVE PRICE OF 3,6-l.86.
GORDON REN'WIC K,
Regli.1ti a'.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
9th January, 1956.


In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands, Grenada,

STOTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal Juris-
diction, will be held at the Court House, in the
town cf St George, on Thursday, the 2nd day of
February, 1956, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon,
when and where all concerned and bound over to
prosecute or to give evdience or summoned as
Jurors or Witnesses are required to give their
personal attendance, and all Officers who have
taken Inquisitions, Depositions, Examinations,
Recognizmnces or cther p-pers cognizable by the
Court are required to return the same without
delay to this Office.
Dated this 22nd day of December, 1955.
GORDON RENWICK,
Rleiistrar, Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
St. George,s.
Grenada, B. W. 1.


G.B.S.S. Tuition Fees.

G OVERNMENT has decided that as from Hilary
T Term, 1956, the Tuiticn Fee will be $12.00
per term.
K. I. M. SMITH, M. A.,
Headmaster.


Vacant Post of Chief Agricultural
Extension Officer.

Department of Science and Agriculture.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Chief Agricultural Extension Officer in the
Department of Science and Agriculture.
2. The post is pensionable and the salary is in
the sale $3,120 x 144-1,128 x 192-4,896 per
annum. A temporary non-pensionable cost of
living allowance at the rate of $153.00 per annum
is payable. Entry into the salary scale will he
determined according to the qualifications and
experience of the candidate. loan is obtain-
able towards the purchase of a motor vehicle, and
travelling allowance is payable in accordance with
the Public Officers Lo.n and Travelling Allowances
Regulations. Appointment will be subject to medi-
cal fitness, and will be o:a probation for two years
in the first instance.
3. Passage expenses Pnd the cost of transfer of
transporting p'rso, al effects by sea up to a maxi-
mum of 1 tons (on fir-t ppui]iinlcmit) are payahe.
LTjave passages to Eng!',i i for thi oilcii and
wife arc piaable at the end of :;I- years service.
No quarters are provido'i.
4. Tli main duties o, tihe p ;st are those associ-
ated witl agricultural extensin, ii aii its aspects,
among small sealk agricultumists, including the
supervision and direction of agricultural extension
officers.
5. Tie minimum qualification is the Diploma of
the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture or its
equivalent and several years experience in the
field.
6. Applications stating age, qualifications, ex-
perience and present emoluments should be ad-
dressed to the Director of Agriculture, Department
cf -cience and Agriculture, P.O. Box 505, Bridge-
town, Barbados, and should be submitted not later
than the -lst Jnztua y, 1936. The names of t'.vI)
referees should be mentioned.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

Vacant Post of Physiotherapist,
General Hospital, Barbados.

PPLICATIONS are invited for the above post.
The post is pensionable with salary in tlhe
scale [2,400 x 120-2,880 per annum, plus a
temporary ccst of living .;II.. Li'.:-- of $156 per
annum. No quarters or other emnoimnents are
provided. Tie pcint of cnt y into tle salary scale
will be dependent on qualifications and experience.
Applicants should lie members of the Chartered
Society of Physiotherapists.
Appointm nt may he permanent or on agreement
terms for a period of three years. Vacation leave
is earned at the rate of 45 days a ye:r. Leave
passages are provided for permanent officers after
a tour of service of three and a half years. Pass-
age expenses to and from Barbados will be paid up
to a maximum of $ 1,440 each way.
Applications stating age, professional qualifi-
cations and experience, and accompanied by recent
testimonials, should re-:ch the Chief Secretary,
Public Buildings. Barbados, not later than 25tl
January, 1956.












12 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 1956.-(No. 2.)

(GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Appointment will be on a month to month basis.
Applicants should hold a recognized building cr
APPLICATIONS are invited for the following constructional engineering degree, and should have
temporary posts in the Public Wctks Depart- had wide experience of the supervision of Lirge
ment, Barhadios:- building projects.
(i) Assistant Architect. The selected applicant ill be required to super-
The salary of the pos is at the rate of not less vise the erection by direct lacour of large building
than $4,800 :.er annum, plus a temporary cost of projects together with the responsibility of
living allowance at the rate of $156i per annum. accounting fcr the necessary labour and material.
Appointment will be on two years' agreement (iii) Two Architectural Draughtsmen.
with passage expenses of officer and family payable i
on appointment and completion of agreement up to Salary is in the scale $1,800-2,400 per annum
a maximum of $1,440 each way. pli:s a temporary cost of living allowance at the
Applicants should hold the qualification of rat: of $156 per annum. Initial salary on appcint-
A.R.I.B.A. or its equivalent. ment will be determined in the light of experience
The officer will be required to assist the Dlirector and qualifications. Appointment will be on a
of Public workss in the design and preparation of month to month basis.
plans ol public buildings and institutions, and to Applicants should be capable of producing work-
supervise this construction. ing drawings and details from sketch plans.
(ii) Three Assistant Engineers. Applications should be submitted to the Director
Salary is in the range $3,003 to $3,456 per of Public Works, Public Works Department, the
annum plus a temporary cost of living allowance Pine, St. Michael, to reach him not later than
of $156 per annum. 21st January, 1956.




IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD 1 LAN!'S, (GRENADA).


(In Bankruptcy).

Suit No. L of 1929.

IN THE MATTER OF EVEREST HILARY NOEL,

Order made on Application of Discharge.

Date of
Debtor's Name Address Court No. Order Nature of Order made


Everest Hilary Grenville, St. As above 1/29 21/7/54 Absolute discharge ,n payment
Noel Andrew's, Grenada,- into Court of $5-1:;.65.
(temporarily in
Cuba)


NOTICE.
AND TAKE NOTICE that a first and final dividend of 7 in the pound has been declared in this
matter and that the same may be received at the Registrar's Office in the town of Saint George on
Wednesday 15th February, 1956, or any subsequent date between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
(except on Saturday which shall be between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and 12 noon.)
Dated this 9th day of December, 1955.

GORDON EEINWICK,
Beyistrar and Beceiver.

To the Creditors of
EVEREST HILARY NOEL.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY, 14, 1956.-(No. 2.) 13

LABOUR DEPARTMENT,
GRICNADA,
31st December, 1955.
,RFTHE following memorandum on the srhiect of Cost-of-Living Index Fieures, in so far as the working
Class families are concerned, is publisRed for general information.
JOHN R. DABRL:3
_Acting Labour COoini.Nssioner.

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


The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the
following table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures
the basic year (August, 1939) taken as 100:-


end of December, 1955. was
at the end of each month as


288, and the,
compared with


Year Jan.


1939

1 42 ...

'1 173

1944 168

1945 180

1946 184

1-947 190

1948 210

1949 206

1950 220

1951 216

1952 264

1958 289

1954 290

1955 291


Feb. March April




i* |-. .


167

181

182

190

210

206

220

216

271

289

290

292


167

181

182

195

210

206

220

217

272

289

290

292


220

272

290

290

29"2


May


169

176

182

182

196

212

205

220

232


272

291

290

291


June


171

177

183

182

199

213

205

220

235

272

291

291

291


July


Aug.


Sep.


Oct.


Nov.


.. 100. ... ... ... ...

.. ... ... .. 173 173

171 172 17 1 7 169 169'

178 170 17 i I' 170 179

180 180 179 i 190 180 181


184 184

199 204

209 209

204 204

220 220

277 277

287 284

291 291

291 291


1S 100


213 213


258


284 254

290 289

291 291

289 288


262 2f:1

284 284

289 289

291 291


Statistics for December, 1955.
All items ... ... 188%
Food only ... ... 201
Food: The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into account in the food group
was the same as at 30th November, 1955, and 201% higher than at 1939.
Rent: There has been no change recorded in the general level of the working-olass rents.
Fuel and Cleaning: There was no change in the figure for this class during the period under
review. The increase of 165% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 30th November, 1955,
remained unchanged.
Clothing: Information collected from retailers indicated that at 31st December, 1955, th)
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the working-olass families
was the same as at 30th November, 1955, and 188% higher than at 1939.
All Others : There was no change in the prices of the articles under this group. The increase of
95% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 30th November, 1955, remained unchanged.
All Items : If the average changes in the cost of all the foregoing items arc c-nmbined in accord-
ance with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, the r ~mulrt.t general
average increase at 31st December, 1955, was the sa ns as at 30bi Nujo,ealj,, 1955, and 1?...
higher than at 1939.


Dec.


- -












14 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 14, 1956.-(No. 2.).


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 21st November, 1955
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


GrRADES


Green Nutmegs


Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


15 Cents

25 do.

10 do.

90 do.

50 do.

25 do,


Producers are hereby informed that after the 30th November, 1955, the rates of Advances will no
longer be published in the Press but will be posted up at all Receiving Stations. The rates will also be
posted up on the doors of all Police Stations and published in the Gazette as required by law.

F. C. HUGHES,
: Secretary
Date fixed: 12th D)ecember, 1955.


GRENADA.


PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
ST. GEORGE'S.
1956




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