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Publication Date: April 14, 1956
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


|1nbiis5hc bh !nthoritn.


VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1956. [No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


APPOINTMENT.
No. 7.S
M R. L. .. ROSE, h'as hbin appointed Examiner of
I Accounts, Audit Department, with effect
from 1st Alay, 1954.
Gazette Notice No. 77 dated 7th April, 1955, is
hereby cancelled.
14th April, 1956.
P.F. 112.

ACTING APPOINTMENT.
No. 80.
RI A. C. TAYLOR, Acting Class II Clerk,
Governor's Office, has been appointed to act
as a Class I Clerk, Ministry of Trade and
Production, with effect from 9th April, 1956.
14th April, 1956.
P.F. 536.

CONFIRMATION.
No. 81.
ISS PALME BUXO, as a Class II Clerk, Gov-
ernment Otlice, with effect from 1st March,
1955.
14th April, 1956.
P.F, 885.

TRANSFER.
No. 82.
R. R. V. C. STRACHAN, Class I Clerk, General
SPost Office, on secondment to the Central
Agricultural Rehabilitation Committee, has been
transferred to the Ministry of Social Services with
effect from 9th April, 1956.
14th April, 1956.
P.F. 296.


SICK LEAVE.
No. 83.
IEUITENANT Colonel J. B. G. AUSTIN, Chief
cf Police, on two weeks' sick leive, with effect
frcm 5th April, 1956.
12th April, 1956.


2.P. 812.


No. 84.


RESUMPTION.


A [R. J. 0COTT, Class II Clerk, General Post Office,
l with effect from 1st April, 1956.
12th April, 1956.
P.F. 469.

No. 85.
THE undermentioned Ordinance which has been
assented to by His Excellency the Governor
is published with this issue of the Gazette :-
No. 4 cf 1956.-An Ordinance to repeal the Libel
and Slander Ordinance and to substitute
other provisions in lieu thereof.
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the
Treasury, District Revenue and Post Offices, and
Police Stations.
14th April, 1956.

No. 86.
THE following documents are circulated with and
Form part of this Gazette :-

S. R. & O. No. 14.-The Public Service Com-
mission Regulations, 1956.
S. R. & O. No. 15.-Aid to Pioneer Industries
(Macaroni and Vermicelli) Order, 1956.
14th April, 1956.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21).


No. 87.
THE following draft Bill for an Ordinance which
was introduced and read a first time in the
Legislative Council on the 11th April, 1956, is
published for general information. A copy of the
Bill is issued with this Gazette:-

The Pradial Larceny (Amendment) Ordinance,
1956.

14th April, 1956.

No. 88.
THE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
for the Colonies has notified te Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to the
following Ordinances of the Grenada Legislature:-
No. 23 of 1957.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Nutmeg Industry Oidinarce 1946.
No. 32 of 1955.-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.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Government Secretary.
Government Office,
14th April, 1956.


NOTICE.

Visa And Permit Requirements
For Entry Into Austria.

IT is notified for general information that the
four occupying elements have now agreed that
as from the date of entry into force of the State
Treaty July 27, 1955, occupational forces travel
permits, (Grey Cards) will, with the following
exceptions, no longer be required by British
subjects travelling to any destination in Austria:
(a) Members of the occupational forces, in-
cluding military personnel on tempor-
ary visits in an official capacity; and
(b) Members of the Allied Commission for
Austria, who will require travel permits
until the withdrawal is complete.
2. Consequently, only the following categories
of British subjects will be permitted to enter
Austria without visas :
(i) Holders of United Kingdom passports;
(ii) holders of passports issued by United
Kingdom Consulates; and
(iii) citizens of other Commonwealth countries
which.have concluded a visa-abolition
agreement with Austria.
3. The waiver of visa requirements includes
British Subjects who hold passports issued in a
Colony, protectorate or trust territory. British
Protected Persons whether holding passports issued
by a United Kingdom or colonial authority are
not included in the arrangement.


4. The waiver of visa relates only to visits of up
to three months duration; for visits of more than
three months or where the person intends to engage
in paid employment visas are required.

Government Office,
Grenada.
11th April, 1956.
M.P. 564.


Loans Under the Main Loan Scheme for
Agricultural Rehabilitation,

A large number of applications f;r loans under
S the main Loan Scheme for Agricultural
Rehabilitation have reached the Central Committee
and cannot be approved. immediately because
applicants did not give satisfactory particulars of
their title to the land to which the application
relates. It will readily he appreciated that this
is an essential requirement for the purposes of long
term borrowing.
To make sure that their claims are paid as
speedily as possible and t', simplify the matter of
checking titles, applicants should do one of the
following :-
(i) Present their title deeds to the Area Com-
miteoo for inspection;
(ii) Give the Area Committee the date if only
approximate on which Title Deed or
Probate was recorded;
(iii) Give the Area Committee the date of
granting of Ltters of Administration ;
(iv) Present the receipt for the purchase price
of the land to the Area Committee for
inspection; Of course, a person hold-
ing only a receipt may p.-ssilbly be
treated as ar occupier, unless the
Central Comn.lttee decides otherwise.
(v) In the case of Mortgager property, give
the name of the Mortgager and the
rate of interest.
Applicants are reminded that it is important for
'the Committee to have applications for loans for
Agricultural Rehabilitation by 30th April, 1956.


Middleton House,
St. George's,
28th March, 195C.


CHAIRMAN.


Central Agricultural Rehabilitation
Committee.

Grants for Soil Conservation.

THE public has already been informed that grants
to farmers for soil conservation works will be
made on a dollar for dollar basis, that is to say-
half of the cost of any project will be met by a
grant from the fund approved by the Secretary of
State for soil conservation project.
The following procedure should be followed by
persons wishing to apply for soil conservation
grants :-
(i) In the case where the farmer is desirous
of borrowing for soil conservation


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21.)


wcrks he should make application
direct to thi Superintendent of Agricul-
ture, copied to the Central Agricultural
Rehabilitation Committee. The Super-
intendent of Agriculture on approving
the works would certify the grant
aspect for payment under signature of
the Chairman of the Central Agricul-
tural Rehabilitation Committee.
(ii) Where the farmer wishes to provide his
contribution to the cost cf the project
from rehabilitation loan funds, he
should make application in respect of
the work either with his Scheme B'
application or, annexed to the srame.
The Central Aericultural Rehabilitation
Committee will then submit the pro-
posal for the project to the Superin-
tendent of Agriculture for his approval
or olherwiie. Only the 5J% of the
cost to be met from 1I a, funds should
be applied for under the Rehabilitation
Scheme.
(iii) In cases falling under (i) above the certi-
ficate of the Superintendent of Agricul-
ture would be sufficient. In cases
under (ii) either an Inspector or an
Officer of the Department of Agricul-
ture could certify that the work was
si t.islactorily performed.

CHAIRMAN,
'".A. .C.

'iiddleton House,
St. George's,
29th March, 195G.




DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.


The Taxes Management
Ordinance.


NOTICE is hereby given that a copy of the Tax
Roll for each District is available for inspec-
tion by the public at the Treasury. St. George's,
and at the respective District Revenue Offices.
The days fixed for the hearing of appeals against
assessments at the various Court Houses are :-


St. George's
St. David's
St. Andrew's
St. Patrick's
St. Mark's
St. John s
Carriacou


Tuesday, 17th April,
Monday, 23rd ,
Thursday, 12th
Wednesday, 25th ,
Thursday, 26th
1Monday, 23rd ,
Monday, 16th


1956.

->


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


The Treasury,
14th March, 1956.


TREASURY.

Towns Administration Ordinance Cap. 225.


NOTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
L in respect of the Town of St. George may be
seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the other
Towns at the respective District Revenue Offices,
from the 1st day of February, to the 30th day of
April next, and that attendance will be given at
such offices for the purposes of receiving the rates
mentioned in the Assessment Lists.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury,
30th January, 1956.


THE WATER SUPPLY ORDINANCE,
CAP. 240.

NTOTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
i1 in respect of the Town of St. George m;ay be
seen at the Treasury, aind in respect of the other
Towns at the respective District Revenue Offices,
from the first day of May to the 31st day of July,
next, and that attendance will be given at such
offices for the purpose of receiving the rates
mentioned in the said Assessment Lists.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury,
6th April: 1956.


CUSTOMS.
N accordance with the powers vested in me under
Section 21 of the Customs Ordinance, Cap. 58,
I appoint the underientioned warehouse for ware-
housing goods imported without payment of duty
on the first payment thereof :-
New Customs Warehouse ... Near to Electric
Power Station.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
Treasury and Customs Department,
Grenada.
7th April, 1956.


POST OFFICE.

Grenada / Carriacou Mail and
Passenger Service.

T is hereby notified for general information that
the Auxiliary Schooner "Principal S" will
substitute for the contract vessel "Lydina A" from
Sunday, the 14th April, 1956, until further notice.

F. R. PHILLIP,
Colonial Postmaster.
10th April, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21.)


NOTICE.

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
the post of Senior Draughtsman, Windward
Islands, particulars of which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is non-pensionable,
and appointment thereto will be on a temporary
contractual basis foJr a period of 2 years in the
first instance. The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations and the local General Orders
for the time being in force, so far as they are
applicable. The Officer will be a member of the
staff of the Executive Architect, Windward Islands,
and will be stationed in St. Lucia.
Salary : The salary will be at the rate of $3,360
(700) per annum in the scale $3,360 x $120-$3,600
(700 x 25-750) per annum.
Qualifications: Applicants should have had
at least 5 years experience of work usually under-
taken by an Architect's Office and be thoroughly
conversant with the preparation of working
drawings and specifications.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passages : Free passages to St. Lucia will be
provided for the officer, his wife and children, not
exceeding 5 persons in all; children to be under 18
years of age, unmarried, and dependent on the
officer. Free return passages will also be provided
on the satisfactory termination of the period of
engagement.
Leave : Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted at the rate of one week for each completed
period of 12 months service. Such leave to be
taken on the satisfactory termination of the officer's
contract.
Medical attention : Free medical attention and
medicines are not provided.
Taxation: All Government Officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications, giving full particulars of applicants'
qualifications and experience, and accompanied by
two testimonials, which will not be returned,
should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, at Grenada, and should reach him
not later than the O0th April, 1956.



NOTICE.

BRITISH CARIBBEAN METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE.



Vacant Posts-Temporary Meteorological
Assistants, Grade II.



APPLICATIONS are invited for six posts of
Temporary Meteorological Assistants, Grade
II, which have arisen in connection with the
Service's participation in the project of hurricane
research sponsored by the U.S. Weather Bureau.
Applicants must be British subjects not less
than 18 years of age. Previous experience is not
essential.


Education. Applicants should hold a schooll
Certificate Grade 1, or its equivalent, with a pass.
in mathematics or physics.
Duties. To carry oa1~ such meteorological and
other duties, including the operation of rawinsonde-
equipment, as may be required. Successful candi-
dates will. after initial training, be employed either
at Palisadces Airport, .Tamaica, or in Grand
Cayman. They will be required to perform their
duties at any time during the day or night and on
any d;iy of the year, including Sundays and Public
Holidays.
Salary. Salaries will be in the scale 340 x 20-
600 per annum. Successful candidates may be
appointed above the minimum if their qualifica-
tions and experience so warrant.
Terms of Service. The appointments are not
pensionable and will be for a period not exceeding
three years, although no guarantee of employment
for any specified period can be given. Limited
opportunities may occur from time to time for
absorption into the permanent and pensionable
establishment of the Service in one or other of the
British Caribbean Ternttories. Appointment is
subject to medical fitness and may be terminated
at any time by one mont.i's notice. Officers will
normally work on a shift basis up to 40 hours per
week and nc overtime payments will be made.
Leave and allowances will be in accordance with
the regulations applicable to temporary civil ser-
vants in the territory in which the officers are
serving.
Passages. Free passages for officers, but not.
their families, will be provided, on appointment, to
their territories of employment and, on the
satisfactory completion cf their employment, to
their countries of engagement. Officers will be
required to sign undertakings to refund the cost of
their outward passages in the event of their
voluntarily relinguishing their posts within one
year of engagement or of their dismissal for mis-
conduct.
Applications should be addressed to His Honour
the Administrator, Grenada, and should reach him
not later than O2th April, 1956.




Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg

Association.



I)URSUANT to section 4 sub-section 13 (1) of
The Nutmeg Industry (Amendment) Ordi-
nance 1949, a General Meeting of the Association
will be held at the Rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday,
17th May, 1956, at 2 p.m., at whicn six members
of the Association are to be elected to the Board
for the ensuing Nutmeg Year.


F. C. HUGHEc,
Secretary.


10th April, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21.)


Statement showing British Caribbean Coin
Circulation in the British Caribbean Terrri-
tories (Eastern Group) on 1st December, 1955.

Average circulation during October 1955 ... Nil.


British Caribbean Coins
December, 1955 :--
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados ...
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica ...
Antigua ...
St. Kitts ...


in circulation--st

... 165,600
... 230,400
... 70,600
... 8.000
... 9.025
... 29,750
... 12,850
... 20,475
... 9,550

$ 556,259

L. SPENCE,


Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


Statement Showing British Caribbean Coin
Circulation in the British Caribbean Terri-
tories (Eastern Group) on 1st January, 1956.

Average circulation during
15th-30th November, 1955 ... $ 387,15`.00
British Caribbean Coins in circulation let
January, 1956:-


Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados ...
.British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica ...
Antigua ...
St. itts ...
Montserrat ...


.. $ 344,600
... 312,475
... 239,725
... 44,000
... 25,025
42,250
.. 49,350
... 49,775
.. 20,250
... 4,700

$ 1,132,150


L. SPENCE,
Executive Comnnissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


Statement showing British Caribbean Coin
Circulation in the British Caribbean Terri-
tories (Eatsern Group) on 1st February, 1956.

Average circulation during
December, 1955 ... $ 943,820
British Caribbean Coins in circulation 1st
February, 1956:-


Trinidad & Tobago ... $ 395,000
Barbados ... ... 355,725
British Guiana ... ... 279,725
Grenada ... ... 56,000
St. Vincent ...... 49,025
St. Lucia ... ... 66,250
Dominica ... ... 49,350
Antigua ... ... 49,775
St. Kitts ... ... 20,250
Montserrat ... ... 4,700

$ 1,325,e00

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


Statement of Currency Notes Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st March, 1956.

Average circulation
during January, 1955: British
Caribbean Currency Notes ... $58,788,997.00
Demonetized Government
notes outstanding ... 1,244,224.00
$60,033,221.00
British Caribbean Currency Notes
in circulation on 1st March, 1956:
Trinidad & Tobago ... $27,703,498.00
Barbados ... 5,585,625.00
British Guiana ... 14,978,221.50
Grenada ... 2,754,100.00
St. Vincent ... 504,400.00
St. Lucia ... 934,000.00
Dominica ... 1,217,400.00
Antigua ... 1,665,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1,519,500.00
Montserrat ... 321,905.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $57,1
Demonetized Trinidad & Tobago
Government notes
outstanding ... $836,894.00
Demonetized British
Guiana Government
notes outstanding ... 303,023.50
Demonetized Barbados
Government notes
outstanding ... 79,225.00
Total demonetized Government
notes outstanding ... 1,2


Total Circulation on
1st March, 1956.


83,949.50


19,142.50


$58,403,092.00


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
B'.itish Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I,


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21.)


THE GRENADA BANANA GO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY.


To ..........................


Dear Sir,
You are invited to attend a general meeting of
the Grenada Banana Co-operative Society to be
held at the Room of the Chamber of Commerce,
St. George's, on Tuesday, the 17th April, 1955.
at 10.00 a.m.
Yours faithfully,

W. A. KNIGHT,
Secretary.


AGENDA.
1. Confirmation of Minutes.
2. Statement of Accounts for period ended 31st
December, 1955.
3. Election of SIX members to serve on the
Committee of Management.
4. Windward Islands Price Assistance Scheme.
5. Scheme for the control Disease of Bananas.
6. Talk on the proper methods of Banana Culti-
vation, by an Officer of the Department of
Agriculture.
7. General business.




OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between
Raymond Anderson Farfan, W. S. Robertson &
Company Ltd., Charles Andrew Jack, Frank John
Horsford and Kenneth Tuach, carrying on business
of Building and General Contractors at 10 St.
Vincent Street, San Fernando, in the Island of
Trinidad under the style or firm of "R. A. Farfan
& Company" has been dissolved as from the 31st
day of .1 arch, 1956.
Dated this 31st day of March, 1956.

CHARLES A. JACK,
I. ,. .. .i/ Director.




NOTICE.

Under the Friendly Societies Ordinance.

THE BELVIDERE BENEFIT SOCIETY is
this day registered as a Friendly Society
under the Friendly Societies Ordinance.
The registered Office of the Society is situate at
the Belvidere School Room in the parish of Saint
John in the island of Grenada.
Dated this 29th day of March, 1956.

GORDON RENWICK,
Registrar of Friendly Societies.


NOTICE.

BRITISH GUIANA.



Vacancies for 3 Local Government
Conmissioners,



SPPLICATIO N are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for appointment to 3 vacancies
for temporary Local Government Commissioners.
2. The pests are temporary and non-pensiona-ble
with salary up to 2,000 ($9,600) per annum
depending on qualifications aid experience, hut not
less than 1,800 ($8,640). and appointment, thereto
will be for a period of three years or; contract.
Furnished quarters will be provided on payment of
rental of 12% of salary tL a maximum of 12. 10
($fU) a month.
3. The duties will he to prepare detailed schemes
for the application of a re-organised system of local
government to selected areas (urban and rural)
based on Dr. A. H. Marshal's Rencrt on Local
Government in British Guiana and to- supervise
their implementation; and such ancillary duties,
e.g. the training of local officers, as may he assigned
to him by either the Senior Admini-trative Officer-
or the Member for Local Government.
4. Candidates should have extensive experience
of local Government in the United Kinigdon and
prt-ferably some Colonial experience. he Commis-
sioner for the urban area must have held, in addi-
tion, a senior administratvie position in a compar-
able modern municipality. The two Commissioners
for the rural areas must possess experience of
comparatively advanced rural local authorities.
To each of them will be attached for training at
least one experienced local officer with knowledge
of the particular areas, so that he can eventually
take over as the Commissioner moves on to the
organisation of of new areas.
5. Free passages to British Guiana and return
to the place of recruitment will be provided for the
officer, his wife and children, not exceeding five
persons in all, children to be under S1 years of age
and dependent on the officer. Vacation leave is
earned at the rate of 5 cays for each completed
month of resident service up to a maximum of six
months subject to the completion of a minimum
tour of service of two years. After completion of
a tour, assisted return passages will be provided for
the officer and his wife in accordance with the
Public Officers Leave (Pa-sages) Regulations, 1952.
6. Applications should he addressed to the Chief
Establishment Officer, Estlablishment Department,
Public Buildings, Georgetown, to reach him not
later than the 30th April, 1956. Applications
received after this date will not be considered.
7. Interested persons may obtain copies of the
" Report on Local Government in British Guiana",
by Dr. A. H. Marshall from either the Government
of British Guiana or the Crown Agents.

Establishment Department,
Central Secretariate
March, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21.)


NOTICE.

BRITISH GUIANA.

Legal Officer, Local Government.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment as Legal
Officer, Local Governmant. Appointment will be
on contract, secondment, or temporary transfer in
the first instance with prospects of later permanent
and pensionable employment.
2. The salary will be up to 2,900 (09,600
B.W.I.) p-r annum depending on the qualifications
and experience cf the person selected but not less
than 1,803 ($8,640) per annum. Furnished quar-
ters will be provided at aL rental of 12i0o of salary
to a maximum of 12.10 ($60) a month. If
appointment is cn contract, a gratuity of 12I% of
salary will 1e paid in respect of each completed
period of 3 nmontlis satisfactory resident service,
either at six monthly intervals during the period
of the contract, or in a single lurmp sum on con-
clusion of the leave earned under the contract.
Leave earned would count for gratuity only if
this is paid on conclusion of the engagement in a
single lump sum.
3. The duties are to prepare draft legislation for
a reorganised system of local government based on
Dr. A. H. Marshall's Beport on local Government
in British Guiana and its application to selected
areas. The Officer selected will work in close con-
innction with the members of the Local Govern-
ment team and with the Legal Deartiiient; such
other duties as may be assigned to him by either
the Senior \Administrative Officer or the Member
for Local Government.
4. Candidates must bh Barristers-at-Law or
Solicitors with some years' direct experience of
Local Government. They should be competent
draftsmen with experience in drafting legislation,
and in the organisation and control of records and
facilities normal in a Municipal or other Local
Government legislative drafting office in the United
Kingdom and preferably with some colonial
experience.
5. Free passages to British Guiana and return
to the place of recruitment on termination of the
contract will be provided for the officer, his wife
and children, not exceeding five persons in all;
children to be under 18 yeais of age and dependent
on the officer. Vacation leave is earned at the
rate of 5 days for each completed month of resident
service up to a maximum of si:; months subject to
the completion of a minimum tour of service of
two years. After completion of a tour, assisted
return passages will be provided for the officer and
his wife in accordance with the Public Officers
Leave (Passages) Regulations, 1952.
6. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Establishment Officer, Establishment Department,
Public Buildings, Georgetown, to reach him not
later than the 30th April, 1956. Applications
received after this date will not be considered.
Establishment Department,
Central Secretariat.
March, 1956.


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

(Summary Jurisdiction).
Suit No. 122 of 1953.
Between


WALTER AUGUSTUS KNIGHT
and
ROBERT GARRAWAY
and between
WALTER AUGUSTUS KNIGHT


Plaintiff.

Defendant.

Plaintiff.


and
FLORENCE GARRAWAY AND WILLIAM
GARRAWAY Executors of the said 'Defendants.
ROBERT GARRAWAY, deceased J
(By original Writ and Order to carry on).
DURSUANT to an Order made herein on 25th
SFebruary 1956. there will be offered for sale
at this Office on Friday, the 4th lday of May, 1956,
at 12.00 o'clock noon, all the right title and interest
of the Defendants, the said Florence Garraway and
William Garraway, as Personal Representatives of
the said Robert Garraway deceased of and in ALL
TIAT lot of land situate at Adelphi, St. Andrcw's,
Grenada, containing 2 Roods and bounded as
described in the plan marked '' S" annexed to an
Indenture made 21st February 1929 Between
Ellen Prince of the One part and Nelson Simon of
the Other part.
The interest of the Defendants is believed and
taken to he an estate in fee simple as Executors of
the Will of Robert Garraway deceased.
The said interest is sold free from all Judgments
against the Defendants as such Executors so far as
they are known and subject to the usual conditions
of sale, a copy of which may be seen at this Office
and to the reduced RESERVE PRICE OF
$135.00.

GORDON RENWICK,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
11th April, 1956.


Under the Boundaries Settlement Ordinance.

IN pursuance of Section 21 (2) of the above
Ordinance, I hereby give notice that a copy of
the diagram and a report of Mr. Henry W. Ogilvie
Licensed Land Surveyor, of a survey made at the
request of Ruthina Baker of a right-of-way to
Baker's Lot situate at Belmont, St. George's, has
been lodged by the Director of Surveys in the
Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court.

GORDON RENWICK,
BReqittrar, Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada B.W.I.
27th March, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE; APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21.)


LABOUR DEPARTMENT NT
GRRNADA,
31st March, 1956.
S1HE following memorandum on the subject of Cost-of-Living Index Figue-. in so far a~ the working
class families are concerned, is published for general information.
JOHN R. DABREO,
Acting Labour Commissioner.
COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1956.

The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the end of March, 1956. was 290, and the
following table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each month as compared with
the basic year (August, 1939) taken as 100:-


Feb. March April


174

167

181

182

190

210

206

220

216

271

289

290

292

290


172

172

182

182

195

212

205

220

220

272

290

290

292

...


May






169

176

182

182

196

212

205

220

232

272

291

290

291

... I


June






171

177

183

182

199

213

205

220

235


July


180

184

199

203

204

220

277

287

291

291

291

o...


Aug. Sep. Oct.


100 ... ...



172 173 167
II


180

184

204

209

204

220

277

284

291

291

291


Year


1939

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956


Statistics for March, 1956.


All items ...
Food only ...


... 190%
... 204%


Food : The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into account in the food group,
was the same as at 29th February, 1956, and 204% higher than at 1939.
Rent: There has been no change recorded in the general level of the working-class rents.
Fuel and Cleaning: There was no change in the figure for this class during the period under
review. The increase of 160% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 29th February, 1956, remained
unchanged.
Clothing: Information collected from retailers indicated that at 31st March, 1956, the
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the working-class families
was the same as at 29th February, 1956, and 185% higher than at 1939.
All Others : There was no change in the prices of the articles under this group. The increase of
106% on the 1939 prices shown in the figure for 29th February, 1956, remained unchanged.
All Items: If the average changes in the cost of all the foregoing items are combined in accord-
ance with their relative importance in the 1939 working-class family expenditure, the resultant general
average increase at 3slt March, 1956, was the same as at 29th March, 1956, and 190%
higher than at 1939.


Jan.


258

281

290

291

288

...


Nov. Dec.




173 173

169 169

179 179

180 181

190 190

206 206

206 206

213 2293

216 216

262 26:

284 284

289 289

291 291

288 288

... ...













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21)..

TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1956.


Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A.-IMPORTS.


January, 1956.
ARTICLE
Quantity Value



Beer, Ale and Stout (gals) .... 9,806 25,657
Broad, Biscuits and Cakes (lbs)... 34.722 10,536
Butter and Butter Substitutes(lbs)... 29,531 15,361
Fish (dried, salted. pickled,
smoked) (Ibs) ... 146,480 36,269
Flour and grain-
Flour Wheaten (lbs) ... 818,200 61,730


Cornmeal ...
Oats ...
Rice ...
Meat-Sn It and Pickled (lbs)
Smoked or Cured (Ibs) .
Milk, Condensed (Ihs) ..
Spirits and Wines (gals) ...
Sugar-refined (lbs.)
unrefired
Tobacco-unmanufactuied (Ibs) ...
cigarettes
Iron and Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ...
Wood and Timber Unmanufactured
lumber (ft) ...
Shinole.s ..
Appriel (value) ...
Ba~! nd Sacks (doz) ...
Boots, Sloes and Slippers (doz. prs,)
,arts, Carriages, etc.-
Motor Cars (No.) ...
Other Commercial Vehicles (No.) ..
Road Motor Parts (value) ...
Tyres and Tubes (value) ...
Cement (tons) ...
Cotton Manufactures
Cotton piece goods (Sq. Yards)
Art Silk piece goods (Sq. Yards) ...
Other (value)...
Electrical Supplies (value) ...
Fertilisers and Manures (tons)
Hardware (value)...
Iron and Steel Manufactures (tons)
Machinery, Apparatus and
Appliances-Agricultural (tons)
Air conditioning and refrigera-
ting (tons)...
Conveying, hoisting, excavating,
road construction and dining
(tons) ...
Electrical (tons) ...
Engines not for vehicles (tons) ..
Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ..
Oils-Illuminating and burn-
g (gals) ...
Fuel (gas) ...
Motor spirit (gals) ...
Painters' colours etc. (lbs) ...
Soap (lbs) ...
Paper (all kinds; (value) ...
Wool manufactures-Piece Goods
(lq. yds.)...
Twine (lb-)...


11,760 1,089
11,200 717

44,748 22,410
1,272 1,135
65,794 15,875
936 4,403
40,432 4,266
8,388 794
7,767 6,746
94 363


200,187
159,000

2,375
1,101

6
6


148

125,884
4,929


84

100












12,683
15,C00
20,745
4,064
41,285


5,268
1,160


51,217
3,999
12,19;
15,754
21,745

11,200
6,702
5,968
16,008
7,702

43,524
4,39-
398
11,644
8,040
7,696
54,149

559










3,932
4,605
50,720
1,562
8,689
11,278

3,353
1,793


Quantity


127


Value













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 14, 1956.-(No. 21).


B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS..


ARTICLE




Animals :-
Cattle (No.) ...
Pigs (No.) ...
Sheep (No.) ...
Cocoa (raw) (cwts) ...
Fruit and Nuts (fresh) and
Bananas (stems)...
Coconuts (No.)
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Juice (raw) (gals) ...
Spices :-
Nutmegs (cwts) ..
Mace (cwts) ...
Other (cwts) ...
Cotton Raw (cwts) ...
Copra (cwts) ...
Oils, essential-Lime (Ibs) ...
Nutmeg (lbs) ...


January,

Quantity







183


6,280
212


1,284

540


1956.

Value Quantity Val


$ $



10,662


447,112
77,198


19,156

4,536


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


10th April, 1956.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 21st November, 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


15 Cents

25 do.

10 do.

90 do.

50 do.

25 do,


Producers are hereby informed that after the 30th November, 195.5, 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: 9th April, 1956.


GRENADA.


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


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