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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: May 19, 1956
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


P61biis1b0 b Anthoritl.


VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1956. [No. 28.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

AlPO1NTMEN ITS.
No 143.
[R. J. N. BAIN, Class III Clerk, appointed as a
Class II Clerk, posted to the Ireasury annd
Customs Department, wi:h effect from 3rd May,
1956.
16th May, 1956.
P.F. 541.

No. 144.
MR. MARTIN LEWIS, appointed as a C(lass III
SClerk, posted to the Treasury and Customs
Department, with effect from 1st January, 1955.
15th May, 195'.
P.F. 555.


ACTING APPOINTMENT.
No. 145.
R. A COOMANSINGII, Class III CleIk, Audit
TLh Department, to act as a Class II Clerk,
Audit Department, with cffe:t from 1st January,
1956.
15th May, 1956.
P.F. 551.

No 145.
(IONSEQUENT upon the grant of vacation leave
Sto Ir. G. E. RE)DHIEAD, Class II Clerk,
Printing and Stationery, IMr. R. M. ROBINSON,
Class III Clerk, General Post Offce, to act as
Class II Cierk, Printing and Stationery, with effect
from 7th May, 1956.
8th May, 1956.

.RESIGNATION.
No. 147.
MR KEITH SYLVESTER, Class III Clerk, with
Effect from 15th May, 1956.
14th May, 1956.
M.P. PF 756.


No. 148.
1 HE undermention''d Ordinance which has been
S assented to by the Governor's Deputy is
Published with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 5 of 1956.-An Ordinance to amend the
c )minon law relating to torts and to enact
uer .in provisions affecting civil remedies.
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the
Treasury, Distri-t Revenue aud Post Offices, and
Police Stations.
19th May, 1956.

No. 149.
rI[IE following draft Bills for Ordinances which
T. were introduced and read a first time in the
Legislative Council cn the 1(1Rh of May, 1956, are
published for general information. A copy of each
Bill is issued with this Gaoette.
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Registration
of United Kingdom Patents Ordinance,
Cap. 195.
Bilt for an Ordinance further to amend the
Imnigratio:l (Restriction) Ordinance, 1936.
19th Maiy, 1956.

No. 1J0.
rJIHE following documents are circulated with,
J and corm part of this Gazctte :-
S.R & O0. No. 21.--The Co-cperative Societies
Rules, 1936.
SR. & 0. No. 2'2.-Tlih Tiavelling And Sudb-
si-tenc- Allowances (Amendment,) Rlcgula-
tit Ons, 19j6.
S.R. & .O. No. 18.-The Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (One-Way and Major and
Minor Streets in the Town of Saint George)
(Amendment) Regulations, 1956.
By Command,
GEO. F. HOSTEN,
Acting Governmnent Secretary.
Government Office,
19th May, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1956.-(No. 28).


NOTICE.
IT is notified for general information that a
limited number of copies of the Report of the
Conference on British Caribbean Federation, 1956,
are on sale at this office at 50 cents per copy.
Government Office,
Grenada,
18th May, 1956.
M.r. S. 1086.


NOTICE.

Applications for Scholarships under the
Caribbean Vocational Training Scheme, 1956.

TIIE Grenada Government has been informed of
the arrangements proposed by the Foreign
Operations Administration of the United States of
America, for the consideration of applications for
vocational training in Puerto Rico in 1956. Foreign
Operations Administration are particularly anxious
to assist those territories which lack vocational
training facilities locally.
A limited number of applications from the
British Caribbean territories will be considered.
It should he noted that facilities are offered
under the Scheme for 1956 in institutions in Puerto
Rico o!her than the Metropolitan Vocational
School.
Most of the courses have been planned to last
one year but others will have shorter or longer
periods depending on the needs cf the trainees
concerned.
Applications will be considered from persons
between the ages of 17 and 35 years only and may
be addressed to the Secretary, Public Service
Commission, Government Office, St. George's, to
reach him not later than 20th May, 195'.

Government Office,
Grenada,
27th April, 1956.


Central Agricultural Rehabilitation
Committee.

Vacant Posts.

(a) Post of Legal Adviser to Central Agricultural
Rehabilitation Committee.
(b) Posts (2) of Legal Clerks to Central Agri-
cultural Rehabilitation Committee.
(a) Applications are invited for the temporary
post of Legal Adviser to the Central Agri-
cultural Rehabilitation Committee. Appli.
cant should be a Solicitor, preferably with
experience in Conveyancing.
The appointment will be for a period of three
months in the first instance with the possibility of
extension on a month to month basis.
The salary is at the flat rate of $300.00 per
month, and a travelling allowance is not payable.
The person appointed may be permitted to con-
tinue his private practice in so far as the same


does not conflict with his duties as Adviser to the
Committee or involve undue calls upon his time.
The duties of the post are:- -
(i) To advise the Chairman and Committee on
legal matters related to Agricultural Rehabil-
itation Loans.
(ii) to examine and investigate titles and to
report thereon.
(iii) To perform such conveyancing work as may
be necessary.
Successful applicants will be required to assume
duty immediately.
(b) App'ications are invited for two temporary
posts (2) of Clerks to the Central Agricultural
Rehabilitation Committee to assist the
Legal Adviser to the Central Agricultural
Rehabilitation Committee in his work.
Applicants should posses experience (which
should be stated) in a Solicitor's office.
Appointments will be for a period of three
months in the first instance with possibility of
extension on a month to month basis.
Tne salary is at the flat rate of $120.00 per
month each.
Successful applicants will be required to assume
duty immediately.
2. Applications should be addressed to His
Honour the Administrator, Government Office, to
reach him not later than 17ith May, 1956. Appli-
cations received after this date will not be
considered.
Government Office,
Grenada,
12th May, 195c.


JUNIOR LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, COLONY
HOSPITAL.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of a
Junior Laboratory Technician at the Govern-
ment Bacteriological Laboratory, Colony Hospital,
at a salary in the Grade $960 x 72-$1,440.
Candidates are required to be in possession of
at least a Senior Cambridge Certificate, Grade II,
preferably with Chemistry and/or Biology.
Applications should be addressed to the Secretary
of the Public Service Commission, and should reach
his office not later than 31st May, 1956.
Government Office,
Grenada,
18th May, 1955.


NOTICE.
Vacant Office of Labour Inspector,
Labour Department, Grenada.

iPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
1_ qualified persons for filling the post of Labour
Inspector, Labour Department, Grenada, in an
acting capacity in the first instance.
2. The post is in the salary scale of $1,704 x $120
to -'..ii1. In addition, a transport allowance will
be paid at current rates in accordance with local
regulations.


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3. The officer will be required to perform all
duties pertaining to the officer of Labour Inspector
and will include inter nlia, the inspection of
business places for the purpose of examining
employers' records of wages and holidays as
required by the Wages Council Ordinance 1951
and Regulations made thereunder, the performance
of clerical duties in the Department, the carrying
out of the duties of Secretary to various Boards
and Committees, and such other duties as may be
assigned to him by the Labour Commissioner from
time to time.
4. Applicants must be within the ages of 25-45
years and are required to possess a minimum
qualification of the Cambridge Senior Certificate.
5. Applications must be addressed to the
Secretary, Fublic Service Commission, Govern-
ment Office, S', George's, and must reach him
not later than the Wlst Iayj, 195i.

Government Office,
Grenada,
16th May, 1956.


!United Kingdom Polytechnic Courses for Women.

THIIE Secretary of State has advised of 'wo short
stum'ncr courses in Home Life and Activities
which arn being organised fcr women from over -
seas by the Borough Polytechnic and the RIegent
Street Polytechnic under the auspices of the
London County Council.
The Courses are suitable for women already in
the United Kingdom, or those who are going there
with their husbands on leave, or to joi-i their hus-
bands who are taking educational and technical
training, or for women students themselves taking
educational or specialist courses.
The cost of the courses vary from 6 to 10
inclusive, and are intended for wmen who are
already in the U.K. or will be arriving there before
July.
If the courses prove successful this year, it is
proposed to make them a regular feature.
Details of the Courses may be had on applica-
tion at the Ministry of Social Services.

Ministry of Social Services,
St. George's,
17th May, 1956.
M.P. 100.


Agricultural Rehabilitation-Extension of Final Date
For Submission of Applications Under Scheme B".


IT is hereby notified for general information that
the final date for the submission of applications
under Scheme B" of the .agricultural (Hurricane
Rehabilitation) Ordinance, 1955, is extended to
30th June, 1956i.

Middleton House,
St. George's,
15th May, 1956.


NOTICE.

Procedure in connection with soil
conservation grants.


4NY farmer desirous of obtaining a grant for
'1 soil conservation work should contact the
Area Agricultural Instructor. Grants in the first
instance will be restricted to $6.00 per acre of
holding.
2. The Agricultural Instructor will provide the
farmer with a form, supplies of which he will obtain
from the Area Committee Secretary.
3. The Area Agricultural Instructor will assist
the farmer in planning the soil conservation work
which is to be grant aided and he will also assist
the farmer as may be necessary, in entering all
relevant details on the form.
4. The Area Agricultural Instructor will take
the complete form to the Agricultural Assistant in
charge of his district for scrutiny and approval of
the proposed programme of work and costs.
5. The Agricultural Assistant in charge of the
district will send the form to the appropriate Area
Committee for scrutiny by and approval of the
Chairman.
F. From the Area Committee the form will be
sent to the Central Agricultural Rehabilitation
Committee.
7. If the Central Agricultural Rehabilitation
Committee approves the application the Chairman
will have three additional copies made and will
then sign all four forms.
8. The original form will now be returned to the
farmer, one copy will be sent to the Area Com-
mittee, one copy to the Area Agricultural Instructor
and one copy will be retained in the C.A.R.C.
office.
9. On receipt of the copy of the approved grant,
the Area Agricultural Instructor will render all
available assistance to the relevant farmer in the
carrying out of the approved work.
10. \hen a farmer wishes to obtain an instal-
ment of the grant, the Area Agricultural Instructor
will assist the farmer, as may be necessary, to
enter relevant details on the claim form and will
certify that the work has been satisfactorily done
to the value of at least twice the amount of the
instalment for which application is made.
11. Grants may be paid in a maximum number
of four instalments which need not be equal in
amount.
12. The claim form will be passed by the Area
Agricultural Instructor for scrutiny by the Chair-
man and, if approved, will be passed to the C.A.R.C
for payment to the farmer according to accepted
procedure.
13. An Inspector of the C.A.R.C. will visit farms
at intervals to check on work being done and will
provide himself, prior to any visit, with all relevant
information which he will obtain in the Area
Office.

CHAIRMAN,
Central Agrictlural Rehabilitation
Committee.
Middleton House,
St. George's,
Ilth May, 1956.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, l,76.-(No. 28.)


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.

THE WATER SUPPLY ORDINANCt,
CAP. 240.

OTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
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 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.


The Treasury,
6th April, 1956.


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


Treasury & Customs Department.

(General Town Rates)

T is hereby notified for general information that
warrants will be issued from my office for the
recovery of all rates and taxes together with the
fines due thereon remaining unpaid after 30th April,
1956, in accordance with Section 33 (1) of the
Towns Administration Ordinance, Cap. 225.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretar!y.


NOTICE.

Closing of La Mode Bridge.


THE La Mode Bridge on the Madeys Road will
be closed to all traffic as from Monday 14th
May, 1956, for a period of approximately six weeks
for the purpose of reconstructing the bridge.

R. G. RAE,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Chairman, Central Road Authority.

Public Works Department,
St. George's,
8th May, 1955.


NOTICE.

TENDERS are invited for the Re-construction
of the Hospital, Dispenser's, Quarters and
Mortuary, Carriacou.
Contractors should note that at any time 75%o
of the labour force employed must be Carriacouans.
Copies of plans and specifications may be
examined and conditions of Contract and Forms of
Tender obtained from the Public works Department
in St. George's and Carriacou on payment of a
deposit of $25. The deposits are returnable on the
receipt of a bona fide tender and the return of the
-documents.


Sealed tenders eoc.drscd :Carrincou Irospital"
must be addressed to t!ie Chairn-an of the Tenders
Board, and delivered a( as to reach the Honouraile
Financial Secretary h) mii '- lo! (/n Mo;ulaj, ".2_th
JTun, 1956.
P,. G. RAE,
S'i, eri, :te,,lent of Puillic I works.
Public Works Department,
St. George's,
Grenada.
14th May, 1956.


NOTICE.

Supply of Roofing for Pre-cut
Houses.

r ENDERS are invited for the supply of Roofing
1 Material for Pre-cut Houses.
All materials are to be delivered at St. George's
in quantities, and or before the dates, as set out in
the following schedules 1 and 2.
Schedule 1. For each month of June, and July,.
to be delivered not later than the 15th day
of the month, the Contractor shall supply
the following :-
(a) 2,700 sheets 7ft. lengths, 26 gauge gal-
vanised corru ated iron roofing.
(b) 300 lengths 6 ft. galvanized ridging.
(c) 1.0 lengths 7 ft. galvanised ridging.
(c) 130 gross I1 inch galvanized screws and
nashers.
Schedule 2 For each month for the months
of August, September, October, and Novem-
ber, to be delivered not later than the
15th day of the month, all of the following :-
(a) 4,950 sheets, 7 ft. lengths 26 guage gal-
vanised corrugated iron roofing.
(b) 550 lengths 6 ft. galvanised ridging.
(c) 275 lengths 7 ft. galvanised ridging.
(d) 220 gross 1I inch Galvanised screws and
washers.
Tenders for the supply of these materials are to
be submitted in sealed envelopes endorsed
" Roofing for Pre-cut Houses" and addressed to
the Honourable Financial Secretary, Chairman of
the Tenders Board and delivered so as to reach the
Financial Secretary's Ofif e not later than nmii-dai
on Wednesday, 23'rd l31al, 19G6.

R. G. RAE,
Super intenlent of Public Wor;ks.
Public \Vorks Department,
St. George's,
9th May, 1956.


SALE OF SHEEP.

rI IE public is hereby notified that the 'o will heo
. an Auction Sa'e at the L.mlair Agricutural
Station, Carriacou on 3[inday, 4tii J.fe. 1936,
corn nencir:g at 10.30 an when the following
animals wilt be offered f)r sale :-
(a) 5 Mother shop al-ou 4!-6 yrs. old-approx-
imate total weight 350 lbs.


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(1j) 4 ewes about 1 yr. old-approximate total
weigh 220 lbs.
(c) 2 female lambs about 3-4 months-approx-
in:ate total weight 60 lbs.
(0i) 5 rams about '2-3 yrs.- approximate total
weight 400 ILs.
(0) 4 male lamb- about 1-2 m-onths-approx-
inmato total weight 50 lbi'.
'I l above sheep are all black belly animals
crossed with-
(1) African woolless 1am.
(2) Wiltshire horn.

RUPI'ET P. EDWARDS,
For Sc''iiur' idris utui'a'. At uit, Caimriacoiu.
11th May, 1956.


Agricultural Loans.
Use of Local Purchase Orders (L P.O's)
in purchase of Feirtilizers
and other materials.


A PPLICANTS participating in the Agricultural
Rehabilitation Loan Scheme for whom
.amounts have been approved for the purchase of
fertilizers and other farm materials are hereby
requested to inform their Area Committees of their
require:icnts, and the name of the Firm or Firms
from whom purchases are to be made in order
that Government Local Purchase Orders may be
issued to these Firms to enable delivery of these
requirements to be made.
lith May, 1956.


ANNOUNCEMENT.


formation should be forwarded in writing to the
Agricultural Officer (Cocoa), Mt. Horne Cocoa
Station, St. Andrew's, before the 31st Moy, 1956.
The name of the owner and the location of the
plot should be clearly stated on the application
for supplies.
In the circumstances, there shall be no rooted
cuttings available for the planting of new clonal
cocoa plots this year, and we regret to inform all
persons who forwarded applications in 1955 for
clones for planting new areas this year (1956), that
their requests for plants cannot be met and their
applications are therefore cancelled.
It is estimated that there shall be approximately
200,000 plants available for distribution in 1957,
and the Department of Agriculture, shall at a later
date, publish a notice in.the local press, inviting
applications for cocoa clones for planting in :1957.

CHAIRMAN,
Cocoa Rehaobilitation Board i&
Superintendent of Agriculture.


POLICE.

FALSE COINS.

1HE public are warned to be on the alert for one
cent pieces gilted to resemble 25 cent pieces.
Some are now in circulation and shopkeepers partic-
ularly are asked to pay special attention to shillings
and 25 cent pieces and check on the milled edge.
The spurious coins are easily detectable as they
have no milled edge.
Anyone tendering such false coin should be
detained and the nearest police station informed.
W. J. McCOLGAN,
Acting Chief of Police.


Department of Agricultare Cocoa Industry Police Headquarters,
Improvement Scheme Plant Distribution Et. George's,


1956.


-THE production of rooted cocoa cuttings was
1 adversely affected by the hurricane which
struck Grenada on September 22nd, 1955. rhe
propagators and nurseries were severely damaged
on the three cocoa stations, and caused a great loss
of plants and the cessation of propagation for a
period of months.
The potential demand for plants has increased
considerably since Janet, and it has, therefore, been
decided by the Cocoa Rehabilitation Board to


Grenada, B.W.T.
9th May, 1956.


NOTICE.


Land Settlement Department.


increase tie production of looted cocoa cuttings TACANCIES exist for 3 Superintendents,
from 200,000 to 560,000 per annumn. pensionable, with salary on the scale A 4:
The only method of achieving this increase in $4,560 x 240-$5,760 per annum. Appointment
plant production as soon as possible, is by the is subject to medical fitness: commencing salary
immediate expansion of nursery areas, from which commensurate with approved experience: rent-free
material is obtained for propagation. unfurnished quarters are provided.
The greater number of plants, therefore, which Duties: To be in charge of and responsible for
are now available sha'l be planted in nurseries this the administration of a land settlement subject to
year. the directions of the Head of the Department.
There shall, however, b) a limited number of This involves the preparation of land including
plants for distribution wh: h shall be available for draining and irrigation, the allocation of land to
mi'lccme;:'nts or supplainqm i" deai l )ltits in exist- settlers, the inspection and timing of agricultural
ing clonal cocoa plots. operations in accordance with Agricultural policy,
A very careful check should be made of all dead the keeping of proper statistics and accounts and
plants in existing clonal cocoa plots, and this in- the supervision of the general welfare of settlers.


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Qualifications: A good general education,
strong character and personality. Candidates
should be energetic and should have experience of
drainage and irrigation, soil conservation, land
utilization and of the handling of labour. They
must have administrative experience and manage-
rial ability.
General: Leave is granted in accordance with
the Leave Regulations. On appointment and
completion of service, passages for the officer and
family not exceeding 5 passages in all from and to
the place of recruitment and Leave Passages in
accordance with Regulations are payable. If
appointment on contract is preferred, a gratuity of
221% of salary will be paid in respect of each
completed period of three months' service.
Applications should be addressed to the Sec-
retary, Public Service Commission, General Post
Office Building, British Guiana, for delivery not
later than 19th May. Applications received after
this date will not be considered. Applicants in
the Public Service should submit their applications
through the normal channels and those who applied
in response to a previous notice should re-apply.
Further particulars are obtainable on application
to the Chief Establishment Officer, Public Build-
ings, British Guiana.


NOTICE.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates fcr the post of Assistant
Lecturer, Government Training College, Belize,
Britsh Honduras.
1. Appointment: The appointment is non-
pensionable, and will be for a period of three years
in the first instance, It will be subject to Colonial
legulaticns and to the local General Orders in
force for the time being so far as they are appli-
cable.
2. Salary: The salary is in the scale 650 to
900, point of entry being determined by qualifi-
cations and experience.
3. Allowances: Travelling and subsistence
allowances are payable in accordance with local
regulations in respect of approved travel on duty.
4. Quarters: Government quarters are not at
present available, but if any become available
later, rent will be charged at the rate cf 72% of
the officer's salary per annum.
5. Leave and Passages: Vacation leave on
full pay (to be taken on the satisfactory completion
of the officer's engagement) will be granted at the
rate of five days including Sundays for each com-
pleted month of service. The officer will also be
eligible for local leave at the rate of sixteen days
per annum, and sick leave in accordance with local
regulations. Passages to and from British Hon-
duras and the place of recruitment will be provided
on first appointment and on the satisfactory
termination of the period of engagement, for the
officer, his wife, and unmarried dependent children
below the age of 18 years, to a maximum of five
adult passages.
6. Duties: To give lecture courses and to assist
with the supervision of practical teaching and
generally in the running of the college. The
person needed is one who is adaptable and, while
being interested mainly in either the academic or
the professional subjects, is able if necessary to
help in other directions.


7. Qualifications: Either: A degrio and a
teacher's diploma, together with teaching ex-
perience,
Or: A Frobal (cr similar) Certificate and
wide experience.
8. Taxa'ion: All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Application-, giving full particulars of candidates'
qualifications, experience and a list of subjects he
can teach (in order of preference), should he
accompanied by at least two recent testimonials
and the names of tw,- persons t' whom reference
may b, made if desired. Applications should be
addres-ed to the Colonial Secretary, Belize, British
Honduras, and should reach him not later than
the 1st August, 1956. The person appointed will
be required to take up duties as soon as possible.


NOTICE.

ANALYST DEPARTMENT, BRITISH GUIANA.

TACANCIES exist f)r a Senicr Assistant Gov-
einment Analyst and a Scientific Officer
with salary on the scale A 3 : $3,696-$6,720 per
annum, pensionale. Appointment will be subject
so medical fitness; commencing salary commen-
surate with approved qualifications and experience.
Candidates should be under 40 years of ag?.
Senior Assistant Government Analyst.
Dities: These include the chemical and
microscopic examination of foods, drugs and water ;
assisted in the training and supervision of the
subordinate staff in the General Laboratory and
the keeping up-to-date of a manual of methods of
analyses approved by the head of the l)epartment
for use in the General Laboratory, and such other
duties as may be assigned by the. Head of the
Department.
Qualifications: An A.R.I.C., Diploma or an
Honours Degree (first class or good second class)
in Chemistry, and good experience in a food and
drugs laboratory, preference being given where a
candidate has had at least two years systematic
pcst-graduate training and experience in the
chemistry and microscopy of foods, drugs and
waters.
Scientific Officer.
Duties: These include the scientific examina-
tion of materials in the investigation of crimes and
for judicial purposes connected therewith, and such
other duties as may be assigned by the Head of
the Department.
Q(ualiications : An Honours Degree in Chem-
isry with a bias towards physical chemistry.
Experience in physical methods of analysis will be
an advantage.
General.
If appointment on contract is preferred, a
gratuity of 221% of salary will be paid in addition
to salary iu respect of each completed period of 3
months satisfactory resident service.
Leave is granted in accordance with the Loeve
Regulations. On appointment, passages for tihe
officer and family net exceeding five persons in all
(children to be under 18 years) will be paid from
the place of recruitment. After completion of a
tour of service ,y a pensionable officer assisted
leave passages will be provided for the officer and


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his wife in accordance with the Puilic Officers
Leave (Passages) Regulaticns. In the case of an
officer on contract passages will be paid to the
place of recruitment on the satisfactory completion
of his period of service.
Applications accompanied by two recent test
inonials should ba addressed to the Secretary,
Public Service Commission, General Post Office,
IBuilding, British Guiana, for delivery not later
than 31ts May, 1956. Applications received after
this date will not be considered
Applicants already in the Public Service should
submit their applications through the lit mcal
channels.
Any further particulars required may be obtained
on application to the Chief Establishment Officer
Public Buildings, British Guiana.
(c.M.P. 3/5/7).




WINDWARD ISLANDS BROADCASTING SERVICE
VACANCY FOR ASSISTANT ENGINEER.


A PPL1CATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to the
post of Assistant Engineer in the \indward
Islands Broadcasting Service, St. George's,
Grenada, B. W. I.
2. The salary of the post is $3.600 pzr annum.
Quarters are not provided.
?. The appointment is non-pensionable, and wiil
be on probation for six months in the first instance.
Subject to satisfactory completion of the pro-
bationary period, appointment will be on contract
for three years including the period of leave earned.
The Officer will be subject to the Colonial
Regulations, and local General Orders for the time
being in force, in so far as they are applicable
4. Candidates should preferably hold a Diploma
in Radio Technology from a recognized institution,
and have had at least five years experience in the
operation and maintenance of HF transmitters up
to 5Kw., Radi) Receivers, Tape Recorders and
AF Amplifiers, and at least one year in a super-
visory capacity. Experience in a Broadcasting
Organisation, white not essential, would be an
asset.
5. Free first class passages will be provided for
the Officer, his wife and children, not exceeding
five persons in all, on first appointment, and on
satisfa-tory termination of his contract; chil ren to
be under 18 years of age, unnmairied, and dependent
on the officer.
Vacation leave on full salary will be granted at
the rate of one week for each completed period of
three months' resident service; s ch leave to be
granted on the satisfactory completion of the period
of resident service but within the life of the
contract.
6. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, W\rindward Islands, Grenada, B. \. I.,
and should reach him not cla;r than the 15:hi Jun:',
1956.
M.P. 1J78 1.


NOTICE.
Cambridge Examinations,
December, 1956,

OTICE is hereby given that the above exami-
nations will take place in December as usual.
The Entry Forms must be returned duly com-
pleted and accompanied by Treasury Receipts for
the Fet s on or before Thutrsday, 3Zst 1Ma,, 1936.
The Fees payable are:-
(fI) For the School Certificate ... $13.80
(/) For th 3 Higher School Certificate
approved School Candidates
(full entry) ... $19.20
Other entries (first unit) ... $4.80
Eacht subsequent unit ... $2.'."
With a maximum fee of ... $21.'(
To these must be added the following local f--' -
(a) School Certificate ... $3.60:
(b) Higher School Certificate ... $5.00
An additional fee of $2.40 must be paid by each
candidate taking Science in any form (except.
Hygiene),
H. H. PILGRIM,
Local Secretary.


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.

rl IE University College of the W\es' Indis
provides a one year course for science
graduates leading to a Diploma in Chemical
Tccl'nol gy. Applications for admission to this
course should be submitted to the Registrar of the
University College of the West Indies,, Mona.
Jamaica, by 23rd June, 1956. Application forms
may be obtained from the Registrar or from the
Resident Tutor for Extra-NMural Studies.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.

Tr1HE University College of the West Indies pro-
vrides a one year course for graduates leading
to a Diploma in Education. Applications for
admission to this course should give particulars of
the degree held by the applicant and should be
submitted to the Registrar of the University
College of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, by
June 30, 1956. Application forms may be obtained
from the Registrar or from the Resident Tutor for
Extra-Mural Studies.


NOTICE.
Law Officers Department.

vacancy exists for a Senior Crown Counsel
pensionable, with fixed salary of $7,200 p.a.
Appointment is subject to medical fitness.
Duties : To conduct prosecutions at Assizes
and when required in the Magistrates'
Courts, appearing for the Crown in civil
actions and in revenue cases, as directed,
advising Government in matters which may
be assigned to hrr. by the Attorney General,
and drafting legislation.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1956.-(No. 28.)


Qualifications: Barrister-at-Law of some years'
experience at the Bar and should have a
good knowledge of criminal law and pro-
cedure; substantial experience in Crown
Counsel practice and legal drafting is
essential.
General: Leave and Leave Passages are
granted in accordance with the Leave and
the Leave Passages Regulations. On
appointment, passages for the officer and
family not exceeding five passages in all
from the place of recruitment are payable.
If appointment on contract for three years
is preferred, a gratuity of 22/% of salary
will be payable in respect of each completed
period of three months service, and passages
to the place of recruitment on the satisfac-
tory termination of the period-of service.
A candidate who is not in Government
Service and who is over 40 years of age,
will be appointed on contract.
Applications should be addressed to the
Chief Establishment Officer, Public Buildings,
Georgetown, British Guiana, fcr delivery not later
than the 2nd of June, 1956. Applicants in the
Public Service should submit their applications
through the normal channels. Further particulars
are obtainable on application to the Chief Estab-
lishment Officer, Public Buildings, Georgetown,
British Guiana.


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


Average circulation during
$1,199,515.
British Caribbean Coins in
March, 1956 :--
Trinidad and Tobag:)
Barbados ...
British Guiana ...
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica ...
Antigua ...
St. Kitts ...
Montserrat ...



L.


January 1956

circulaticn-1st

455,000
355,725
... 303,725
... 64.000
... 49,025
78,250
... 73,350
... 53,775
... 40,250
... 4,700

$1,477,800

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 April, 1956.

Average circulation during February, 195c6,
$1,395,55:.
Briti-h Caribbean Coins in circulation 1,-t
April, 195(i :-
Trinidad & Toltago ... i 485,0W30
Barbados ... ... 367,725


British Guiana
Gren;;:la
St. Vincent
St. Luci-t
Doininica
Antigu-a
St. Kitts
Monrts'rrat


... $35,725
... 76,000
... 61,(L5
... 7,2-0
... 7 .350
61,775
57,250
4,710

$ 1,t20,800


L. SPENCE,
1E.xccative Conmmissioner,
British Cait ibbent Currcncy Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


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

Average circulation
during Fo! raary, 1956 : British
Caribbean Currency Notes ... $67,663,605.00
Demonetized Government
notes outstanding ... 1,244,937.00
A8:908,54:'.00
British Caribbean Currency Notes
in circulation on 1st April, 1956 :
Trinidad & Tobago ... $27,716,309.00
Barbados ... 5,827,6U5.00
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 ... 1,785,300.00
St. Kitts ... 1,519,500.00
Montserrat ... 317,905.00


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes ... $57,5
Demonetized Trinidad & Tobago
Government notes
outstanding ... $827,357.00
Demonetized British
Guiana Government
notes outstanding ... 302,855.50
Demonetized Barbados
Government notes
outstanding ... 78,119.00
Total demonetized Government
notes outstanding ... 1.2


To!al Circalation on
1-t April, 195(;.


54,760.50


08,331.50


$5S,763,092.00


L. PENCE,
E ,,/iictivei Ctormi.sioner,
British C', iibbcean CU' IeciC Board.
B-vitish CairiLlxan Currency Boarl,
Treasury Chambers,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, B.\V.I,


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1956.-(No. 28).


NOTICE.

Appointments under the Central Agricultural
Rehabilitation Committee Seheme,


PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
statisticall Clerk to the Central Agricultural
Rehabilitation Committee.
The post which is a temporary one is terminable
by one month's notice in writing on either side, but
is likely to remain for the duration cf the Agricul-
tural Rehabilitation Sicheme.
The salary of the post is at the rate of $72 per
month. The duties of the post are general clerical
duties and the compilation of statistical data.
Applications must be addressed to the Secretary
Public Service Commission, Government Office, and
should reach him not later than 261h May, 19,56.
Government Otlic,
Grenada,
19th May, 1956.


COURT NOTICES.

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


(Summary Jurisdiction).
buit No. 122 of 1953.
Bel'cctL


WALTER AUGUSTUS KNIGHT
andc
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).

P)URSUANT to an Order made herein on 25th
February 1956, there will be offered for sale
at this Ofllice on Friday, the .25th day of May, 19506,
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
THAT lot of land situate at Adelphi, St. Andrew's,
Grenada; cont:tini.n 2 Hoods and bounded as
described in the plan marked R" annexed to an
Indenture made 21stl February 1929 Between
Ellen Prince of the One prlrt and Nelson Simon of
the Other part.
The interest of the Defendants is believed and
taken to be an estate in fee simple as Executors of
the Will of Robert Garraway deceased,


Plaintif f.


Defendants.


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
$121.50.


GORDON RENWICK,
Registrar.


Registrar's Office,
7th May, 1956.


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


Suit No. 127 of 1954.
Betwccn


GRENADA BUILDING AND 1
LOAN ASSOCIATION
and
CECIL WESTBY JOHN CROCKER,
MARION REID JAMIESON,
RALPH DENNIS, HANKEY'S
LTD., EVERYBODY'S STORES
LTD., and JONAS BROWNE &
HUBBARD LTD.


F OR SALE at this Office on Friday, the 25th
day of May, 1956, at 12.00 o'clock noon by
Order made 27th January, 1956, ALL THOSE
two lots of land known as Petit Calivigny Estate
with the buildings thereon, the property of the
Defendant Cecil Westby John Crocker situate in
the parish of Saint George and island of Grenada
containing together 162 Acres 3 Roods and 30
Poles, and bounded as described in the Mortgage
in the Statement of Claim herein mentioned.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions, a
copy of which may be seen at this Office
and to the REDUCED RESERVE PRICE OF
3,999. 3. 7.

GORDON RENWICK,
Registrar.
Registrar's Office.
14th May, 1956.


UNDER THE BOUNDARIES SETTLEMENT ORDINANCE.

IN pursuance of Section 21 (2) of the above Ordi-
nance, I hereby give notice that a copy of the
diagram and the report of Mr. RAYMOND MILLET,
Licensed Land Surveyor, of a survey made at the
request of Miss \VINNIE NELSON of the boundaries
of a lot of lan1 situate at concord, St. John's,
containing 1 Acre 3 Roods and 5 Poles and adjoin-
ing lands belonging to Mrs. EULEY HIERRY, Mr.
WALTON PHILLIP and Mr. ALSTON CADOO, has
been lodged by the Director of Surveys in the Office
of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Islands.
Dated the 3rd day of May, 1956.
GORDON RENWICK,
Registrar, Supreme Court.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 19, 1956.-(No. 28.)


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

XTOTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at the C urt House, in
the town of St. George, on Tuesday, the 5th day
rf June, 1956, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon
when and where all concerned and bound over to
prosecute or to give evidence or summoned as
Jurors or Witnesses, are required to give their
personal attendance, and all Officers who have


taken Inquisitions, Depositions, Examinations:
Recognizances or other papers cognizable by the
Court are required to return the same without
delay to this office.
Dated this 27th day of April, 19.56.

GORDON RENWICK,
.Ieyitrar, Supereme Court,

Registrar's Oflice,
St. George's,
Grenada. B.W.I.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


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


Ad vinces


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Macc

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


15 Cents

25 do.

10 do.

90 do.

50 do.

25 do,


Producers are hereby informed that after the 3Cth November, 195 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 Gazelte as required by law.
F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.
Date fixed: 23rd April, 1956.


GRENADA.


P'Tlh'ED bY THlE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT! PRINTING OFFICE
ST. GEORGE'S.
1956


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