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VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ii, 1956.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Forms of tender may be obtained on application
at the Government Office.
EXTENSION OF LEAVE. Government does not bind itself to accept the
No. 27. lowest or any tender.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 261 of i
10th September, 1955, Mr. HAPH.\.L By Command,
FLETCHER, Selected Grade Assistan.t Ma;ster,
Grenada Boys' Secondary School, on 6 months GEO. "F. TIOSTEN.
extension of leave on half-pay. Actn, .i government Serelarj.
10th February, 1956.
P F. 557.
IPHE undermentioned Ordinance which has b en
assented to by His Excellency the Governor
is published with this issue of the Gazette :-
No. I of 1956.-An Ordinance to provide for
the service of the .olony of Grenada for the
year ending the thirty-first day of receimber,
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the
Treasury, District Revenue and Post Offices, and
11th February, 1956.
Interment of Faupers.
SEALED Tenders will be received for burial of
paupers in the undermentioned districts during
the year 1.956:-
Town of Grenville and Parish of St. Andrew
(including pauper inmates of the Princess
Town of Victoria and 'arish of St. Mark.
Parish of St. David and the Dependency of
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, St. George's, marked Tenders for
burial of paupers" by 4 p.m. on friday 24th
3rd February, 1956.
Enquiry under Commissions of Enquiry
Ordinance, (Cap. 46).
TOTICE is hereby given that the Cimmnission
S appointed to inquire into the award of
Government Contracts for the cle-ring of ln1d-
slides in the Parish of St. Patrick during the
mnmth of August, 195.5, will begin ili sitt:ngs at
the lMa istrate's Court, Grenville, on iWeInvesday,
2e'nd .February, at 9.30 a m., when all persons
summoned to give evidence before the Commis-
sicner are required to attend.
2. Any persons not summoned to attend the
enquiry but who are desirious of giving evidence
before the Commissicn are requested to submit a
memoirindiumn rf their evidence to the Comrnis-
sioner c/o. Magistrate's Court, Grenville, not later
than 20th instant.
K. C. McMILL \N,
9th February, 1956.
O7.2 r 7.2 91'
38 GOVEtNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 19~6.--(No. 7.)
Training in Radiagyraph'y-v
T is hereby notified for general information that
it is proposed to arrange course of training in
Radiography (X-Ray Technology) at the X-Ray
Department of the Kingston, I'ublic lHospital,
Jamaica which is a recognized training centre. of
the society of Radiographers, London;, to co-imeance
in May and November, 1956.
The courses will extend ovoi -i minimum period
of two years and are designed to prepare student
radiographers for the membership examination of
the Society of Radiographers.
The cost of the entire Two-year Course is Fifty
Guineas for each student. This amount is used
exclusively to defray cost of arranging lectures by
Specialists in each subject' covered by the syllabus.
Applications of student radiographers who pro-
pose to a tt-nd either of these Courses should be
forwarded through the Administrator, Grenada, for
transmission to the Government of Jamaica by
1.th March and 15th September, respectively.
3rd February, 1956.
Loans for Agricultural Rehabilitation.
THE Emergency Loans Scheme operated by
the Central Agricultural ReIhabilitation
Committee since 7th December, 1955, for provi-
ding money for the initial stage of the work of
agricultural rehabilitation ended on 31st January,
As from 1st February, 1'5G, the main loans
scheme for agricultural rehabilitation began.
Under this Scheme applicants may oba'in loans
for the following purposes:-
(a) Clearing and replanting;
(b) Cocoa rehabilitation;
(c) Nutmeg rehabilitation ;
(d) Rehabilitation of coconuts and other long
(e) Banana extension;
(f) Farm recovery, with special reference to
short term crops ;
(g) Implements, supplies, manures etc.,
(h) Repairs to farm buildings, excluding estate
This duplication ts necessary because, firstly
the Committee wishes :o know that applicants
under the Emergency Scheme are in fact desirous
of seeking assistance under the terms of the Main
Scheme, and secondly, because applicants may
wish to revise their long term estimates in the
light of'their experience in using the emergency
loan and in, view of the trmns af the new loan and
the''purposes now approved.
I T is notified for general, information that the
SToken Imports Scheme--Canada and U.S.A.
will continue in 1956, on the same lines as 1955.
31st January, 1956.
M.P. 10/41 A'.
General Certificate of Education.
THIS examination will be held in June of this
The entry fee for a suhjoet at Ordinary level will
be ten shillings and for ;a subject at Advanced
Level One Pound. Besides the above, a lacal fee
of Four Dollars must he I'nid 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.
Hi. H. Pit GRIM,
4th January, 1956.
Towns Administration Ordinance Cap. 225.
(i) Roads, wind belts, drainage, general restora- ATOTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
tion of a permanent nature; T1 in respect of the Town of St. George may be
(i) Other purposes which fall within Section II seen at the Treasury, and i: respect of the other
of the Ordinance. Towns at the respective District Revenue Offices,
from the !stf day of Februatry, to the 30th day of
These loans will be interest free for five (5) years April next, and that attendance will be given at
and will be repayable over a further period of such offices for the purposes of receiving the rates
twenty (20) years during which interest will be mentioned in the Assessment Lists.
charged at 3% per annum on outstanding balances.
All applicants for loans under the Main Scheme G. C. STANFORD,
should fill out new application torms which will Fo'inc:i S ec,-:a/.
shortly be available at Area Committee Offices andT
send them in to the Chairman cf their Area The Treasury,
Committee without delay. 30th January, 156.
GOVIRNMi-NT\ GAZl' ETT'', FEBRUARY 11. 1956.--(No. 7.)
ATOTICE is hereby given that Warrants will lie
_1 issued to the several ailit'fs f',r the recovery
of all taxes duo for the year 195y, togeTher with
the fines due thereon, which may remain unpaid
after the 15th of Marc,, 19.56.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
28th January, 1956.
T is hereby notified for general information that,
during the month of.January, 1956, the follow-
ing persons have been granted Auctioneers'
Licences under Ordinance No. 12 of 1951:-
Mr. A. Norris Hiughes, St. George's
Mr. Joseph A. Pitt, St. George's.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
'The Treasury & Customs,
4th February, 1956.
THE undermentioned goods, which were forfeited
Sfor a breach of the Customs Ordinance will
be sold at Burns Point Spirit War: house on
Thursday, 23rd February, 1956, at 2 p.m.:-
14 cartons Mt Gay Eclipse 1~um
containing 273 gals.
G. E. C. STANFO1D,
Treasury & Customs Dept.,
3rd Februry, 1956.
INCOME TAX NOTICE.
1HE Income Tax Ordinance states that-
It shall be the duty of every person
chargeable with tax to give notice to th6
Corrprissioner within 3 months after the
commencement of any year of assessment
(that is 1st January of any year) that lie is so
2. Notices of Return have been sent out by the
Income Tax Department, but it is the duty of tax-
payers to ensure that they get such a form and
make a return as required 'y law. (Forms are
-obtainable from the District Revenue Offices).
3. Failure to submit such a return within the
prescribed time renders the taxpayer liable to a
penalty not exceeding 100% of tme tax payable.
4. The above a!so applies to Government
D. M. B. CROMWELL,
C',mptroller of Income Tax.
4th February, 1956.
TENDERS are invited for the erection of
S TWO Prefabricated A R C O N" STORAGE
BUILDINGS, at Tryne Alley, the Carena;ee, St.
The work includes the supply of ITboor,
materials and transportation and all of the work,
excepting the supply of the Arcon structures con-
simting of columns. trusses, purlin", roofing,
cladding, doors and windows.
As there re only three copies cf the drawings
and ono copy of the erection instructions for each
building bidders are requested to examine the
documents at the office of the Public Works, and
to obtain the general specifications and forms of
tender from the office.
Sealed fenders must be endorsed A R C ON"
STORA tE BUILDINGS and delivered to the
Chairman of the Tenders Board not later
than "'iid-day on Mondayy, the 13th February, 2956.
R. G. RAE.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Public Works Department,
1st February, 1956.
Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Milk.
E \LED Tenders are invited for the supply of
fresh milk to Government institutions in St.
George's during the period 1st April to 31st
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, by 4.00 p.m. Wednesday 29'th
March, 1956, marked "Tenders for the supply of
Details of the conditions of the contract will be
supplied on application to the Senior Medical
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender.
14th January, 1956.
TOTICES of Employers Returns have been sent
. to all Employers and Herds of Gov-rnment
Departments and the co-operation of theeo Em-
ployers is requested so that the Returns may be
received fat the Income Tax Department not later
than the 29th February next.
The Income lax Urdinalinc providee, 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 f rms
and submit the returns within the prescribed
Failure to submit these returns within the pro-
scribed period carries a penalty not exceeding J$-80
D. M. B. CROMWELL,
Comnptrolier, Inland Revenue.
GOVERNMENT GAZ_,ETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 195.--o. 7.)
Patents C'r.-i-a" (Cap. 159).
[011': is hereby iiv e'n llat a al application
under th l-aove OHldinn.i'o by HE RY
LOUTTI- IMELf :A ,N, Citizen of the Unitead
States, f A'eiric, res';dhin; t t : 33 :onthi St I,
Road, ,'ity of Arli gztlo: i Higi, St te of Ilinci
United :; ..d of .',m rica for ia tentt in rie pe ct
of an invention entitlco ".AP\ .TUC S FOR CON-
VEiTIN HET .N' RY TO ELEULi-RI;AL
ENERGY" for converting beat directly to electri-
city by the phenomenon of thermoelectricity, has
been lo0iged in this office.
Dated this 31st. day of January, 1956.
Registrar's Office, Registrar of Patrnts.
Grenada, B. AW. 1.
Regulations Dealing with the Importation of
Fruits and Vegetables into the Colony of
TH E attention of the general public is hereby
drawn to Plant Protection Regulation, S.R.O.
No. 1 of 1947, dealing with the regulation of the
importation of fruits, vegetables, planting materials,
etc. into the Colony of Grenada.
2. Recently there have been cases of the entry
into the Colony of Grenada of fruits and vegetables,
such as bananas, bluggoes, figs, plantains, sweet
potatoes, oranges, grapefruit, limes and other citrus
from Trinidad, which is contrary to the above
3. Vendors are advised that among ethers the
abovementioned fruits and vegetables are absolutely
prohibited from entry into Grenada from the Colony
of Trinidad and Tobago.
4. Further information may be had upon enquiry
trcm the Department of Agriculture, St. George's.
W. R. E. NANTON,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
THE attention of the public is hereby drawn
to the provisions of the Plant Protection
Proclamation, 1955, (S.R. & 0. 1955, No. 47)
1. (a) The Plant Protection Proclamation, 1949,
(S. & U. 1949, No. 22) proclaiming the
outbreak of "Witches B oom" disease of
ccoa (Marasmias Pernicio-us Stabel) in
the Colony and prohibiting the planting
of cocoa above the 1,OG(0 foot contour.
(b) Authorising the Chief P'lant Protection
Officer to eliminate all cocoa trees above
the 1,200 contour: and
2. Paragraph (IV) of the Plant Protection
Proclamation, 1950, (S.R. & 0. !950,
No. 2.) which required the owner or
occupier of land ui.pn which coca trees
are growing t,) fell :.a! infected trees
gr wing abovee ,l"e 1,20) fool; contour,
and to do'trc v !I, hIrni: g all it:f'cted
material found thereoin.
W. IR. E. NANTON,
Sup'eri itleni'cnt of Ayricultire.
Department of Agriculture',
Government Technical Institute,
Vacancy for Deputy Principal.
A PrLICATIONS are invited from suitably
Qualified persons for appointment as Deputy
Principal, Government Technical Institute.
2. The post is pensionable and cetrries a fixed
salary at the rate of $6,6(0O per annum. Govern-
ment quarters are provide at a rental of 10 per
centum of salary to a maximum of $i50 a month.
3. Applicants should preferably be over 30 and
under 40 years of age, and should hold a degree in
Engineering and/or Mernbhrship of a Professional
Institution, together with good industrial and
teaching experience of at lJast live years so as to
be able to undertake lectures at all levels up to
the Higher National Certificate and Electrical
or Mechanical Engineering Examinations of the
Professional Institutions. Consideration will be
given to applicants who hold the City and Guilds
Full Technological Certificate or Higher National
Certificate, if these are supported by extensive
4. Appointment may be either on a permanent
and pensionable basis subject, if the candidate is
not already in the Public Service, to his being
passed medically fit and to his serving a pro-
bationary period of two years, or on a three-year
contract, renewable by mutual consent on such
terms as may be agreed up ,n between Government
and himself. A contract officer will be entitled
to a gratuity at the rate of 22io of his salary for
each completed period of thiee month's satisfactory
resident service, either at six-monthly intervals
during the period of contract, or on conclusion of
the leave earned under the contract. In the latter
case, leave earned will be counted for gratuity.
Persons over 40 years of age will normally be
appointed on contract.
5. The person selected wiil be subject to Colonial
Regulations and to local generall Orders and
instructions issued from to time time in -o far as
they are applicable.
6. Leave is granted at the rate of 5 days for
each month ol resident service subject '.to a
maximumn of six months. A pensionalite officer
is required to serve :a moi;ini!URn our of tvwo years
resident service before proce ding on leave. An
officer recruited on contract will be eligible for
leave on the termination of tihe contract.
7. If selected from overseas, the officer will be.
provided with passages to British Guiana for
himself, his wife ind children (provided they are
under 18 years, unmarried, and dependent on the
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1956.-(No. 7.) 41
officer) not exceeding five persons in all. provided 8. Applications stating name in full, date and
they either accompany him or join him within year of birth, qualifications (should Le sent) and
12 months of his departure for British Guiana, details of practical experience and accompanied by
An officer on contract will ble eligible for passages copies of at least two recent testimonials should
on a similar basis to his place of recruitment cn be addressed to the Chief Establishment Officer,
the satisfactory completion of his contr.ict. A Public Buildings, :ecrgetown, British Guiana,
pensionable officer will he eligible for assisted leavo and should reace him not later than 24th March,
passages for himself and his wife in :iccordancc 1956. -\lpihclnts al oa.dy in the Public Service
with the Public Officers Leave (Passages) Regu- should submit their applications through the
nation:, 1952. normal channels.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND
LEEWARD ISLANDS, (GRENADA).
Suit No. 1 of 1929.
IN THE MATTER OF EVEREST HILARY : OEL,
Order made on Application of Dischar-e.
Debtor's Name Address Court No. Order Nature of Order made
Everest Hilary Grenville, St. As above 1/29 21/7/54 Absolute discharge on payment-
Noel Andrew's, Grenada, into court t of $:! '. ii
AND TAKE NOTICE that a first and final dividend of + 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.
Registrar and Receiver.
To tbe Creditors of
EVEREST HILARY NOEL.
42 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1956.-(No. 7).
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
Effective from 21st November, 1955
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:
Dried Whole Mace
Dried Broken Mace
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.' 0.t HUGHE8-9,- r
Date fixed: 3Cth January, 1956.
PR~WED BY THE GOVERNMENT PpINTEB AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:
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