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Publication Date: July 14, 1956
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


Sunbiistrb bh Anf4oritr.


VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1956. [No. 42.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


Queen's Birthday, 1957.
No. 211.
IT is hereby notified for general information that
the date appointed for the observance of Her
Majesty the Queen's birthday, in 1957, is Thursday,
the 13th June,
14th July, 1956.
M.P. 305 B.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 212.
ER Majesty the Queen has been pleased to
give direction for the appointment of Mr.
ALLEN MONTGOMERY LEWIS, Barrister-at-Law,
to be one of Her Majesty's Counsels for the Colony
of St. Lucia.
10th July, 1956.
M.P. 366.

No. 213.
MR. H. M. SQUIRES, Supervisor of Stores, Public
Works Department, has jeen appointed as
Office Superintendent, posted to tho Public Works
Department, with effect from 26th June, 1956.
10th July, 1956.
P.F. 277.

No. 214.
R. ZEPHRINE O. NEDD has been appointed a
1 Marriage Officer in respect of the Congrega-
tion of Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society
(Jehovah's Witnesses) in the parish [of St.
Andrew.
9th July, 1956.
M.P. 164 II.


SICK LEAVE.
No. 215.
MR. ALLAN LA GRENADE, M.B.E., has been
granted 44 days' sick leave, with effect from
25th June, 1956.
14th July, 1956.
P.F. 372.

CORRECTION.
No. 216.
TITITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 195 the
name J. H. HOSTEN, Esq., should be deleted
and replaced by the name J. H. JOSEPH, Esq.
12th July, 1956.
M.P. 258 II.

No. 217.
TfHE following document is circulated with,
and forms part of this Gazette :-
S.R & O No. 28.- The Emergency Powers Order
in Council, Proclamation, 1956.
By Command,
CURTIS V. STRACHAN,
for A administrator.
Government Office,
14th July, 1956.


NOTICE.
Agricultural Rehabilitation Programme

Short Term Loans
IRECT financial aid to farmers in the agri-
cultural rehabilitation programme has so far
been confined to soil conservation grants at the
rate of $6.00 per acre cf property and to long
term loans under Schemes "A" and "B" as
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(Hurricane Rehabilitation) Ordinance at the rate
of $200.00 per acre of permanent crop being re-
established or rehabilitated. To facilitate farmers
further and in an endeavour to speed up and
improve the recovery programme it has been
decided to extend the use of Loan Fund B" to
include the issue to farmers of short term loans
for specified purposes.
2. The specified purposes are the cultivation of
bananas for export, of sugar cane and of mixed
food crops interplanted with tree crops, all by
methods approved by the Department of Agri-
culture, and for the purchase of farm machinery,
appliances and equipment and other items deemed
necessary by the Department of Agriculture for
the better rehabilitation of farms.
3. These short term loans for cultivations mnay
be made in four instalments in advance of work
done or purchases made. The issue of the second
and subsequent instalments will be governed by
the satisfactory use of the previous instalments.
4. Loans for bananas grown in pure stand for
export will be at the rate of $120 per acre. These
loans will be repayable within Ei iyten months
FROM THE DATE OF ISSUE OF THE
FIRST INSTALMENTS.
Loans for sugar cane will be at the rate of
$100 per acre and will be repayable within
Eighteen months frjm the date of issue of the first
instalment.
Loans for mixed food crops (which may include
bananas) will be at the rate of $70 per acre when
grown in pure stand as a nurse crop for cocoa,
nutmegs and other tree crops, and at $40 per acre
when the mixed food crops are cultivated among
standing trees which are being rehabilitated.
These mixed food crop loans will be repayable
within Twelve months from the date of issue of
the first instalment.
Loans for farm machinery and appliances and
other approved items will be repayable within
Three years from the date of issue of the first
instalment.
5. Loans will be interest free but any loan
becoming overdue may be charged interest at a
rate not exceeding 12i'% per annum as from the
date on which that loan became overdue.
6. Applications for these short term loans must
be made on a prescribed form, copies of which
farmers can 'obtain from Area Officers and from
members of the Extension Staff of the Department
of Agriculture. The programme of work and the
list of purchases proposed must be prepared by
the applicant in consultation with the Area or
District Officer of the Department of Agriculture.
The completed form of application must be sent
to the Area Office for checking by and the recom-
mendations of the Area Committee Chairman who
will cause all recommended applications to be
forwarded to the Chairman of the Central Agricul-
tural Rehabilitation Committee for approval.
On approval, the Chairman of the C.A.R.C. will
have copies made and will despatch one copy to
the applicant, one to the Area or District Agricul-
tural Officer and one to the Area Office.
7. Instalments of these short term loans will be
paid to farmers in the same manner as for the
claims under the Soil Conservation Grants Scheme
and work being done may be inspected and checked
at any reasonable time by an Inspector of the
C.A.R.C.
8. It is hoped that farmers will take full advan-
tage of this short term loans scheme but with full


realization of the need to repay these loans
promptly. If there is not prompt repayment the
long term loan partly of Scheme B" will be
jeopardised and it will not he possible therefore for
the C.A.R.C. to allow short term loans to remain
overdue.

Jehabiit!ation Comnmiisioner (Ay ricfll ore)
Chairman, C.A.1.C.
Middleton House,
St. George's,
22nd June, 1956.
3I.P. 1/2.


COMMUNIQUE.

T is hereby notified for public information that
the following articles have been transferred
from the Token Import Scheme and may be
imported on world open general licences:-
Leaf tobacco,
Fresh apples,
Chemical fertilizers, and
Calcium carbide.
Ministry of Trade and Production,
Grenada.
4th July, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.

The Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1938.


Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period, 1st July to 31st December, 1956.


Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Regulations, 1938.



OWNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars), Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-yearly inspection of these vehicles will com-
mence as follows :-
St. George's Police Station s

Monday, 18th June, 1956.
Tuesday, 24th June, 1956.
Tuesday, 3rd July, 1956.
Tuesday, 10th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Grenville Police Station :

Thursday, 28th June, 1956.
Thursday 5th July, 1956.
Thursday, 12th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE,


Sauteurs Police Station :

Friday, 29th June, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Friday, 6th July, 1956.
Friday 13th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Gou'ave Police Station :

Monday, 25th June, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Monday, 2nd July, 1956.
From 12.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Victoria Police Station :

Monday, 2nd July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.
Monday, 9th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Carriacou Police Station :

Monday, 23rd July to Friday, 27th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily,

Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their respec-
tive Dis'inct Revenue Offices and then approach
the Inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffic
Branch. New Fire Station, in advance with a
view to affecting any alterations that may be
necessary to comply with the provisions of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance 1938,
and of the Regulations made thereunder.
Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have been recenIly overhauled.
The body and wings, axle, chassis, frame, steeling
arms*, springs, trackrods, brake connections,
shackles, bolts, nuvs, split pins engine, engine shield
and case, clutch, gearbox. mangeto or coil, air
filter, carburettor, and all working parts must be
cleaned in order to admit of proper examination.
Dust covers, if used, must be removed before pre-
sentation in order to admit of an examination being
made in full. All split pins, etc., must be clearly
exposed, also chassis and engine numbers. Drivers'
seats must be securely fastened so that the
driver can have proper control over the vehicle.
Spot lights, musical horns and whistles are strictly
prohibited. Each vehicle must have its tare and
maximum gross wieght painted in white figures
not less than 24 inches in height upon a black
ground in a conspicuous place on the iight or
offside of the vehicle.

Tne registered identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regu-
lations 7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the
Regulations No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a con-
dition as to render each letter or figure readily
distinguishable. The attention of owners of
Motor Omnibuses and Goods Vehicles is specially
directed to Regulations 23 (II) (a) regarding the
position of fronc lamps. Spotlights will not be
allowed except with the written approval of the
Licensing Authority.

The attention of the owners of Hiring Cars
and Motor Omnibuses is directed to the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regu-
lations, No. 6 of 1944, as amended by the Motor


JULY 14, 1956.-(No. 42.) 253

Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2)
Regulations No. 70 of 1946 which require that
printed copies of the Tariffs of Maximum Fares
be displayed in such Vehicles. These are now
available and may be purchased at the Treasury,
St. George's, and at any District Revenue Office, at
4 cents per copy.

Vehicles which have been found by the Inspector
to have defects must not be used on the roads
until they have been issued with a Ceitificate,
certifying tnat the Vehicles may be duly licensed.

G. E. C. STANFORD.
Financial Secretary,


23rd, May, 1956.


Licensing Authority.


THE WATER SUPPLY ORDINANCE,
CAP. 240.

TOTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
1N 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.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
I'inancial Secretary.
The Treasury,
6th April, 1956.


NOTICE.

rFIHE following has been seized for breach of the
.1 Customs Ordinance:-
At the Port of St. George.
(1) One 12 ft. 6 ins. open Row Boat.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
Treasury & Customs Department,
St. George's,
11th July, 1956.


CUSTOMS

N accordance with the powers vested in me
under Section 21 of the Customs Ordinance,
Cap. 58, I appoint the undermentioned warehouse
for warehousing goods imported without payment
of duty on the first entry thereof :-
Jonas Browne & Hubbard's produce Ware-
house on the Carenage, St. George's.
G. E. C. STANFORD
i inalwial Secretary.
Treasury & Culstoms Dept.,
Grenada,
21st June, 1956.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 14, 1!56.-(No. 42.)


NOTICE.

FERTILIZERS.

T is notified for the information of farmers that
the fertilizers ordered by the Government for
resale to growers is expected shortly-the first
shipment of 600 tons of 8-15-25 is expected per
" Egaa" which is due to arrive here on or about
13th July, and the remainder of the order will
arrive towards the end of July.
The following fertilizers have been ordered:
Mixture 8: 15: 25: recommended for general
use with Cocoa, Bananas, and Coconuts. Estimated
selling price $189 per long ton or $18.90 per bag
of 2 cwt.
Mixture 12: 8: 24: recommended for general use
with Sugarcane : Estimated selling price $184 per
long ton or $18.40 per bag of 2 cwt.
Sulphate of Ammonia, (20/21%N2), Triple Super-
phosphate (40% w.s. P2 05) and Sulphate of Potash
(48/49% K 20) have also been ordered for special
purposes and for amending the standard mixtures
to suit particular requirements. Estimated selling
prices are as follows:
Sulphate of Ammonia: $144 per long ton or
$14.40 per bag of 2
cwt.
Triple Superphosphate: $172 per long ton or
$17.20 per bag of 2


Sulphate of Potash:


$150 per long ton or
$15.00 per bag of 2
cwt.


It is most desirable on account of the shortage
of storage accommodation at St. George's, that per-
sons requiring sizeable quantities of fertilizer
should arrange to take delivery ex lifglter on arrival
ofithe manures.
In the case of persons who will account for the
fertilizers under Rehabilitation Loan Scheme B",
an L.P.O. for the fertilizers required should be
obtained from the Central Agricultural Rehabilita-
tion Committee Office and presented to the Officer
in charge of landing the fertilizers.
A rebate of 75c. per bag will be allowed to
anyone taking delivery of fertilizers ex lighter.

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

Department of Agriculture,
Grenada, B.W.I.,
6th July, 1956.


SALE OF LIVESTOCK.


THERE will be a Public Auction of Livestock
at Westerhall Agricultural Station on Thurs-
day, 19th July, 1956 at 2 p.m. when the following
animals will be offered for sale:-
Three (3) Cows.
Six (6) Heifers.
Two (2) Ram Sheep.
One (1) Grade Jersey Bull.


General Certificate of Examination.



ISHIS examination will be held in November of
this year.
2. The entry fee for a subject at Ordinary level
is ten shillings and for a subject at Advanced level
is one pound.
3. Besides the above, a local fee of Four Dollars
must be paid into the Treasury, and forwarded
with the applications for entry. Candidates taking
a Science subject requiring a practical examination
must pay an additional Four Dollars for each
subject.
4. The closing date for entries to be received for
the November Examination is July 31st, 1956.

H. H. PILGRIM,
Local Secretary.


EDUCATION.



HE British Council has arranged "Introduction
T Courses" for Colonial Students in London
and at some other provincial centres from August
18th to September 28th, 1956.
2. Any Students arriving in the United Kingdom
between the above dates are asked to write to
the British Council Representative, Wakefield",
Bridgetown, Barbados, if they are interested in
being enrolled.

A. C. G. PALMER,
Education Officer,


NOTICE.

T is hereby notified for general information that
the Central Housing and Planning Authority
Office has been removed from the Public Works
Department and is now located at Scott Street on
the first floor of the building now occupied as the
St. George's Magistrate's Court.

L, G. T. HOLDER,
Executive Oficer,
Central Authority,
Grenada.


NOTICE.

THE public are hereby notified that the Central
Housing and Planning Authority will hold
its monthly meetings on the 3rd Friday in each
month. Building applications reaching this office
at least 5 days before the fixed date of meetings
will be dealt with.
L. G. T. HOLDER,
Executive Officer.
Central Authority,
Grenada.


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Grenada Education Department.

IPPLICATIONS are invited from First Class
Certificated Teachers for filling the vacant
post of Head Teacher of the Harvey Vale Govern-
ment School, Carriacou.
The salary of the post is dependent upon the
teaching experience of the successful applicant.
Applications, on the official form, should reach
the Education Officer not later than 28th July,
1956.


NOTICE.

.PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
I Manager and Programme Director of the
Windward Islands Broadcasting Service, particulars
of which are as follows :-
Appointment: The post is non-pensionable
and the appointment will be up to and including
the 31st March, 1959, in the first instance. Vaca-
tion leave earned in respect of this service will
be subject to the Colonial Regulations, the local
General Orders, and the Financial and Stores Rules
so far as they are applicable.
Salary: The salary of the post is at the rate
of $6,480 (1,350) per annum.
Allowances: Travelling and subsistence
allowances are payable in accordance with local
regulations in respect of approved travel on duty.
Quarters: Government quarters are not pro-
vided.
Passages: Free first class passages to Grenada
will be provided for the officer, his wife and children,
not exceeding five 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 completion of the
period of engagement.
Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation leave
will be granted at the rate of one week for each
completed period of three months resident service;
such leave to be taken on the satisfactory termina-
tion of the officer's engagement.
Duties : The Broadcasting Station will be
operated as a sub-department of Government and
the officer will be responsible for its financial and
general management. He will be required to
supervise all programmes, and will be expected to
undertake such duties in connection with broadcast-
ing as the Governor may, from time to time, direct.
Qualifications: Applicants should have broad-
casting !experience particularly in script writing
and production of radio programmes, as well as
good administrative experience and ability. They
should also possess a sound knowledge of conditions
in the Caribbean Area and should be familiar with
current world events. Knowledge of copyright
laws and the laws of libel and slander, though not
essential, would be an asset to the applicant.
Medical Department: Free medical attend
ance and medicines are not provided.
Taxation: All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars of candidates
qualifications and experience and accompanied by
two testimonials which will not be returned, should
be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Windward
Islands, Grenada, and should reach him not later
than the 31st July, 1956.


NOTICE.

VACANT POST OF LAND SURVEYOR, PUBLIC
WORKS DEPARTMENT.

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
1 the post of Land Surveyor, Public Works
Department, St. Vincent, particulars of which are
as follows :-
Appointment: The Post is pensionable, and
the appointment carries with it the liability to
transfer to any post of equivalent status within the
Windward Islands. The officer will be subject to
the Colonial Regulations and local General Orders
for the time being in force so far as they are
applicable.
Salary: The salary of the post is at the rate of
$3,240 per annum in the scale $3,240 x 120-$4,320
per annum. Payment of salary at a higher point
in the scale will depend on the candidate's quali-
fications and experience.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passages: Free first class passages to St..
Vincent will be provided for the officer, his wife
and children not exceeding five persons in all;
children should be under 18 years of age, unmarried
and dependent upon the officer.
Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation leave
on full salary will be granted at the rate of 45 days
for each completed period of 12 months resident
service, accumulating up to a maximum of 130 days.
Leave passages will be provided in accordance
with local regulations.
Medical Attention : Free medical attention are
not provided.
Taxation: All Government Officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars. qualification
and experience of the applicant, and accompanied
by two testimonials (which will not be returned)
should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, Grenada, and should reach him not
later than 15th August, 1956.


Vacant Posts of Staff Nurses-Health
Department (Tuberculosis Division)
Trinidad and Tobago.


PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
11 as Staff Nurses in the Tuberculosis Division
of the Health Department, Trinidad and Tobago.
2. Appointment is subject to medical fitness, on
agreement ror two years in the first instance with
salary in the scale $900 x 60--1200 x 120-1560
per annum, plus cost of living allowance, with
effect from the date of assumption of duty. A
revised commencing salary above the minimum of
the scale may be paid on the basis of one increment
for each year of approved post graduate experience
after 6 months satisfactory service.
3. Hostel accommodation, including free meals,
free uniforms and free laundering of uniforms is
provided. Vacation leave, sick leave and local
leave will also be granted in accordance with the
provisions ot the Local Civil Service Leave Regu-
lations.
4. Candidates must be in possession of a general
Nursing Certificate of a Colonial Medical Hospital
or an equivalent or superior certificate, and should


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be between 23 and 40 years of age. Preference
will be given to candidates with experience in
tuberculosis work.
5. Passage to Trinidad and return passage to
place of recruitment for the officer only, will be
paid by the Trinidad Government.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Director of Medical Services and should reach him
not later than 24th .JIly, 1956. Copies and not
originals of testimonials or Certificates should be
submitted.


NOTICE.

Vacancies for Graduate Masters.



Department of Education, Trinidad, B.W.I.



APPLICATIONS are invited for the following
vacancies in the Education Department:--
(i) Graduate Master (Physics & Maithematics)
San Fernando Technical Institute;
(ii) Graduate Master (Mathematics), Queen's
Royal College.
2. The posts are pensionable and carry -saary in
the scale $3,i6000-120-84,320-240-$(,000 per an-
num. There is a bar at the point .-5,040 per
annum for Masters whose degrees are not recognis-
ed as Honours degrees.. A Cost of Living Allow-
ance is payable on salaries not exceeding $4,3 0
per annum. A conmmencing salary higher than
the minimum miay be paid depending on the
qualifications and experience of the candidates
selected.
3. Applicants for the post at (i) above, should
possess a degree in Science subjects gained after a
residential course at a recognized University and
should be qualified to teach especially Physics and
Mathematics. Applicants for the post at (ii) above
should be graduates of approved Universities suit-
ably qualified to teach Mathematics to School
Certificate and Higher School Certificate standard.
Ability to assist in Games and Athletics will be an
additional qualification.
4. The persons selected will be required to per-
form such duties as may he assigned to theein from
time to time by the Principals and will he liable to
be transferred to similar posts at any Government
College in the Colony.
5. The successful applicants will be required to
pass a medical examination and to serve a proba-
tionary period of two years.
6. The appointments will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and to Local Civil Service Rtegulations
and Instructions issued from time to time in so far
as they are applicable. The officers will be eligible
for leave and passage grant in accordance with
Regulations in force.
7. Applications stating full particulars regarding
agL, qualifications and experience, and accompanied
by copies of at least two recent testimonials should
reach the Colonial Secretary, Secretaarriat, Port
of-Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I., not later than I.t
September, 10956.


Vacant Post of Senior Technical Teacher,
Technical Institute. Department of Education,
Barbados.


\ PPLICAT1ONS are invited from persons
-1 holding a University degree in Physics and
Mathematics or Chemistry for appointment to
the above post.
The post is pensionable witl salary in the scale
$2,160 x 120-$2,880 x 144-$:,456 x J92-i3,840,
plus a temporary cost of living allowance of $156
per annum. The pcinlt of entry into the scale
will depend on the qualifications and experience
of the successful applicant. The salary of the post
is under review. Vacation leave is earned at the
rate of 45 days a year. Leave passages for officer
and wife will be granted after a tour of three and
: half years' service .it a salary of not less than
$2,S'0 per annum. Passage expenses of officer and
family payable on appointment up to maximum of
$1,440.
Appointment may be on a permanent and
pensionable basis or oni agreement for a period of
three years. In the latter case, passage expenses,
of officer and family up tc $1,440 will be payable
on appointment and satisfactory completion of
agreement.
Applications giving age, qualifications and
teaching experience, together with two recent
testimonials, should b1i addressed to the Director
of Education, Public Buildings, Bridgetown, Barba-
dos, to reach him not later than the 14th July, 19156.


NOTICE.

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-BRITISH GUIANA.

Vacancy exists for an Assistant Director of
11- Education, pensionable, with salury at the
rate of $6,720 per annum. Appointment will be
subject to medical fitness.
Duties. To assist in the formulation, promotion
and execution of policy in Education, particularly
in post-primary Educaticn. The duties which are
mainly administrative include field trips and the
arranging and conducting of courses for teachers.
Qualifications. Candidates should have a good
University Degree, with either Diploma in Educa-
tion or other approved professional training or
experience. An up-to-date knowledge of Educa-
tion trends and developments, suitably wide and
successful experience in teaching and/or adminis-
tration, an- high intellectual and professional com-
petence are essential
General. Leave and Leave Passages are grant-
ed in accordance with the Leave and Leave Pass-
ages Regulations. On appointment, passages will
be paid for the Officer, wife and children (under IS
years and unmarried) not exceeding five persons in
all. A candidate who is not in Government Ser-
vice ind who is over 40 years of age, will normally
be appointed on contract. In this event, a gratuity
of 221"') of salary will be payable in respect of
each completed period of three months' satisfactory
Service. Passages back to the place of recruit-
ment will be provided on the satisfactory termina-
tion of the period of contract.


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2. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, General
Post Office Building, Georgetown. British Guiana,
for delivery not later than 28th July, 1956.
Applications received after this date will not be
considered. Applicants already in Public Service,
should submit their applications through the normal
channels. Any further particulars which may be
required, may be obtained on application to the
Chief Establishment Officer, Public Buildings,
Georgetown, British Guiana.


Post of Clerk of Works, Public
Department, St. Lucia.


Works


PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
1t Clerk of Works, Public workss Department,
St Lucia, on a three vear contract, with salary in
the scale 750 x 25-800 (83,600 x S120-
$3,840).
The applicant should fulfil the following require-
ments:-
(a) Have had at least two years Drawing Office
experience in design and detailing of
Buildings.
(b) Have had at least three years experience on
construction of R. C. structures.
2. The appointee will be required to keep a car
for the proper performance of his official duties,
and will be paid a basic Travelling Allowance at
the rate of $240 per annum plus an additional
mileage allowance of 12 cents per mile travelled
on duty.
3. The appointment will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and Local Orders in force and to tax-
ation at local rates.
4. Cost of passages for Appointee and family
(up to a maximum of livOe) will be paid in the first
instance and on completion of contract unless
person appointed relinquishes appointment before
-expiration of contract in which case return pass-
ages will not be paid.
5. Applicants should furnish full details of
qualifications and experience, accompanied by at
least two testimonials and a Certificate of Medical
Fitness and should be addressed to The Adminis-
trator of St. Lucia, Castries, St. Lucia, B.V.I.,
to reach him not later than 31st .IJl!y, 1956.


NOTICE.

Vacant post of Medical Officer of Health,
Department of Medical Services, Barbados.

APPLICATIONS nre invited for the post of
Medical Oflicer of Health, Department of
Medical Services, Barbados. The officer may be
allocated to any of the Health Centres, in Barbados
and is subject to transfer to any other public health
area cf the Island.
2. The post is pensionable with stlarlv in the
scale $53,3U5 x 0,480 per annun (B.\W.I.) plus a
non-pensionible allowance of .I18'J per annum, and
a cost of livin:. allowance of $S 56 per annum. The
initial salary will h1, determine in the light of
official qualifications a'd experience.: Salary is
subject to annual deduction of four per cent per


annum under the Widows' and Orphans' Pension
Act unless wholly or partially exempt by member-
ship of a Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme
of another Government. Appointment may also be
on agreement terms for a period of three years in
the first instance.
3. Passages up to a maximum of $1,440 are paid
on first appointment. Leave conditions are in
accordance with local Leave Regulations and leave
passages are paid in accordance with the Civil
Establishment (Leave Passages) Order, 1952.
4. Furnished quarters are provided at the rate of
five per cent of the officer's salary.
5. Travelling allowance is payable in accordance
with the local regulations made under the Public
Officers' Loan and Travelling Allowance Act.
6. Candidates must hold graduate medical degrees
registrable in the United Kingdom and must
possess a Diploma in Public Health or other equal
qualifications. Experience in Public Health
practise is desirable. A degree or diploma or
certificate in Tropical Medicine is desirable but not
essential.
7. The duties of the office broadly include Port
Health and Quarantine Services, Schcol Health,
Public Health Education, Maternal and Child
Welfare clinics aad communicable diseases cliries
(especially venereal disease and tuberculosis clinics)
appropriate to Health Centre Services and co-op-
crating with local government bodies on health
problems with special relation to sanitation and
hygiene.
S. The officer will serve under the immediate
supervision and direction of the Senior Medical
Officer of Health and under the general superin-
tendence and control of the Director of Medical
-ervices.
9. The successful applicant will be expected tc
take up duties at the earliest possible date and
applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Government Headquarters, Bay Street,
St. Michael, Barbados, to reach him not later than
4tlh Aurust, 1956.


COURT NOTICE.


GRENADA.

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

Suit No. 127 of 1954.
Between


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


Plcaintilf.


Defendants.


1OR SALE at this Office on Friday, the 27th
da of July, 1956, at 12.00 o'clock noon by
Order made 27th January, 1956, ALL THOSE


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258 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 14, 1956.-(No. 42).

two lots of land known as Petit Calivigny Estate copy of which may be seen at this Office
with the buildings thereon, the property of the and to the REDUCED RESERVE PRICE OF
Defendant Cecil Westby John Crocker situate in [2,915. 8. 1.
the parish of Saint George and island of Grenada GORDON RENWICK,
containing together 162 Acres 3 Roods and 30 E itr
Poles, and bounded as described in the Mortgage Regist a
in the Statement of Claim herein mentioned. Registrar's Office.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions, a 7th July, 1956.


COURT NOTICE.


IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT, ST. GEORGE'S.


TAKE NOTICE that the Cases scheduled hereunder have been adjourned from time to time by the
Magistrate, Southern District, because of the failure of the parties to the various actions to appear.
The said cases are now fixed for Friday 10th August, 1956, when and where all parties concerned
are required to attend. In default of appearance these Cases will be STRUCK OUT.

C. H. LANGAIGNE,
for Magistrate, Southern District,
9th July, 1956.

SCHEDULE.
Criminal Cases.


Chief of Police
do.


Ancilla Benjamin
Evelyn Benjamin
Agatha Coutain
Monica Boney
Daniel Sylvester
Marjorie Andrew
Adina Rennie
Christilda Bedeau
D. M. B. Cromwell
do.
do.
do.
do.
Euginqa Mitchell
Dennis Aimes
Blanche Oville
Rita Mitchell
Dorothy Murray
Donald Chase
Lionel Alexander


Parties.
vs. Dennis Ashton & Alfred Snagg
vs. Malcolm DeCoteau
vs. Wilfred Watson
vs. George Croney & Vernon Maxwell
vs. Harold Joseph.

Private Criminal Cases.
vs. Stephen Solomon
vs. Sheila Phillip
vs. Osbert Cox
vs. Cecil St. Bernard
vs. Emelda Sylvester
vs. Fedora Collins
vs. Marie Williams
vs. Rupert Lewis
vs. E. C. Branch
vs. Brother Baptiste
vs. Nathaniel Francis
vs. Clifton Forrester
vs. Francis Cenac
vs. Jocelyn Richards
vs. Matilda Cruickshank
vs. Earl Greaves
vs. Roy Lewis
vs. Theresa Frank
vs. Pierre Andrews
vs. Edlyn Sandy.

Maintenance.


May Alexander
Ditto
Ceslyn Cato
Dorothy Brown
Ditto
Lyris Thomas
Ditto
Ditto
Geraldine Antoine
Theresa James
Louisa Douglas


Joseph Pierre
Ditto
Kenneth Antoine
Hubert Toppin
Ditto
Audley Lewis
Ditto
Ditto
Malcolm De Coteau
William Gabriel
Garnet William


Court No.
376/1955
1033/55
1695/55
1696/55
1825/55
2036/5.5


217/55
440/55
703/55
705/55
891/55
952/55
1262/55
1303/55
1309/55
1311/55
1558/55
1559/55
1563/55
1572/55
1576/55
1584/55
1641/55
1651/55
1796/55
1816/55


47/1953
48/1955
51/1955
53/1955
54/1955
55/1955
56/1955
57/1955
88/1955
95/1955
96/1955













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 14, 1956.-(No. 42.)


Manitcenance.-(Con in Ied).
Court No.
110/55 Eriemina Pascal
113/55 Myrtle Gibbs
115/1955 Maria John
116/1955 Ditto
119/1955 Alexandrina Charles
149/1955 Shirley Griffith
150/1955 Ruthina Charles


Parties.


vs. Lincoln Paul
vs. Robert Braveboy
vs. Lodnell Smith
vs. Ditto
vs. Mitchell Charles
vs. Nicholas Edwards
vs. Sonny Julien.


Committal Notices-Maintenance.


Olga Clarke
Elizabeth Clarence
Cecilia Charles
Minetta Slocum
Sybil Roberts


Committal Notices.
Arnold Franco v
Daniel Francis v
T. E. Noble Smith & Co. Ltd. v
Ditto v
Ditto v
Financial Secretary v
E. Gittens Knight v


Anthony Williams
Denis Paul
Merry Brander
Conroy Andrews
William Bartholomew.


Bulla Peters
Lucy Burke
Ralph Bishop
Fleeton Hamilton
Herbert Squires
Julien Belfon
Crawford Noel


Judgment Debtor.


80/1955
121/1955
204/1955
217/1955

232/195b
234/1955
230/1955
253/1955
" 255/1955
281/1965
282/1955
292/1955
304/J955


1130/1954
11/1955
22/1955
98/1955
119/1955
182/1955
186/1955
241/1955
243/1955
258/1955
274/1955
285/1955
300/1955
320/1955
321/1955
322/1955
388/1955
389/1955
395/1955
397/1955
410/1955
454/1955
459/1955
467/1955
468/1955


Colonial Treasurer
Ashton Coomansingh
Joseph Noel
Financial Secretary


Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Linie Munro
T. E. Noble Smith & Co. Ltd.
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Antoine 0. Salfarlie


Civil Suits.
James' C. Date vs.
Cloisa Ogilvie vs.
Margaret Thomas vs.
Franklyn George vs.
L. A. Purcell vs.
Ditto vs.
Veda La Crette vs.
Ira Phillip vs.
Pilton Hiolas vs.
L. A. Purcell vs.
Jonathan Mitchell vs.
W. E. Julien & Co. Ltd. vs.
ditto vs.
A. O. Salfarlie vs.
L. A. Purcell vs.
A. 0. Salfarlie vs.
T. E. Noble Smith & Co. Ltd. vs.
Ditto vs.
Ditto vs.
Veronica Gallard vs.
T. E. Noble Smith & Co. vs.
L. A. Purcell vs.
Anna Williams vs.
James Alexis vs.
In the Matter of the Agricultur.d Small
Tenancies Ordinance and


Ernest Protain
Alton Paterson
Theophilus Peters
Michael Daniel, agent for Godwin
Noel
Francis Payne
David Worme
Ernest Protain
Rupert Julien
Brownie Samuel
Lewis De Bellotte
Raymond Banfield
Adrian Gaston Ogilvie
Lottie Cato.


Irva Hamilton
Neville Mvitchell
Lincoln Clarke
Alfred Doyle
Winston Maughan
Herman Goodings
Linton Clarke
James Bascombo
Ronald Roberts
Clive Findlay
Lucklin Nelson
Seen Scott
George Thomas
Lottie Cato
Glaawyn Ross
George Bernard
Reginald Lewis
Everest Hayling
James Walker
Garnet Fields
Henry Brown
Milton Belfon
Julie Bascombe
Norris Noel

In the Matter of an Arbitration
between Theodore Phillip of
Springs, Tenant, and Walter
Checkley, Landlord.


63/1955
106/19355
150/1955
154/1955
174/1955


23/1955
114/1955
139/1955
165/1955
172/1955
185/1955
192/1955


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 14, 1956.-(No. 42.)


Parties.


Medical Superintendent
Ditto

L. A. Purcell
Shadrach Roberts
James La. Qua
Medical Superintendent, Colony Hospital

Cecil Hayling
Ancilla Thomas
Medical Superintendent, Colony Hospital
Ditto
Nathaniel Frederick
T. E. Noble Smith & Co. Ltd.
Ditto
Owen Williams
E. G. Knight
Alston Johnson, Trading as Hollywood Fashi
House
Clarence Ferguson
Anna Williams


vs. Jimmy Lewis, for Betty Lewis
vs. Duncan Mapson, for Evacdney
Mapson
vs. Johnson Britton
vs. Lennox Griffith and Edgar Griffith
vs. Brandford Clobber
vs. Mrs. Constance Campbell. for Nita
Belfon
vs. James Redhead
vs. Lintcu Clarke
vs. Jocelyn Ireland, for Cardine Ireland
vs. Keith Salfarlie
vs. Octavia Julien
vs. Altinus Baptiste
vs. William Flavigny
vs. Sonny Stanislaus
vs. Linton S. Blache
on
vs. Dowling Andrew
vs. Wilbur Wilson
vs. Joseph Mitchell


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE.


TOTICE is heroby given that an adjourned Licensing Session for the Northern District, for the hear-
ing of applications, for the granting of Certificates, under this Ordinance, will be held at the Court
House, Carriacou, on Iliednsday, the 18th dlay of July, 1956, at 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

Namne of Ap1liint Occupation. Residence Desciption of preIni-es soiight to be I censed.


Myown Bristol ... Shopkeeper L'Esterro A wooden house, L'Esterre.
Agnes Joseph ... do Hillsborough One-storey wooden building, Hillsboroughl
Mary Joseph ... do Petit M/que A concrete building, Petit Martinique.
Norris A. Roberts ... Sailor do Two-storey wall and wooden building
Petit Martinique.

C. E. L. PITT,
ActinU Mirlis.trate, Northern District.
Magistrate's Office,
Carriacou,
26th June, 1956.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Effective from 1st July, 1956
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

GADS AdAivance


Green Nutmegs 20 Cents

Dry do. 32 do.

Cracked Grinders 12 do.

Dried Whole Mace $1.0

Dried Broken Mace 60 Centre.

Mace Pickings 30 do,


F. C. HUGHES,
5,cr'oal ;.


Date fixed: 11th June, 1956.


,260


Civil Suits.- (Continued).
Court No.


492/1955
499/1955

529/1955
533/1955
537/1955
543/1 955

547/1955
601/8955
608/1955
6 -0/1955
635/1955
699/1955
706/1955
747/1955
761/1955
787/1955

797/1955
798/1955













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 14, 1956.-(No. 42.) 261


TRADE ACCOUNT FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1956.


Part I.-Principal Articles Imported and Exported.

A.-IMPORTS.


April,


ARTICTUE


Quantity


Beer, Ale and Stout (gals) .... 1 ,019
B,-ad, Biscuits aid Cakes (Ibs)... 32,316
Buler and Butter Substitutes(lbs)... 43,661
Fish (dried, salted. pickled,
smoked) (Ibs) ...1 10,340
Fl6Or and gra.in --
Flour Wheaten (lbs) ...1,89,466
Cornmeal ... 57,020
Oats ... 42,361
Rice ... 10,000
Meat-Salt and Pickled 9(llbs) 38,891
Smrked or Cured (bs)... 288
Milk, Condensed (Ibs) .. 57,909
Spirits and Wines (-'ils) ... 2,353
Sugar-retined (lbs.) ... 548
unrefined ... 18,119
Tobacco-unmanufactuted (lIs) .. 10,848
cigarettes .i 1,163
Iron and Steel (Rolled, Cast Forged
or Drawn) (tons) ...
Wood and Timber U nmanu factiur di
lumber (ft.) .. 775,754
Shirai es .. "26( f)00


A p).) i el (value) ...'
Bags and Sacks (doz) ...
Boots, Shoes and Slippers (doz. prs.)
Carts, 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,
icad construction ano mininm
(tons) ...
Electrical (tons) ...
Engines not for vehicles (tons) ..
'Steam boilers and boilerhouse
equipment (tons) ...
Oils- Illuminating ;nd burn-
i1 g ,Eals) ...
Fuel (eals) .-.
0Io:or spirit (gals) ...
Painters' colours e'c. s ...)
Soap (lbs) ...
Paper (all kinds, (value) ...
Wool manufacturee- Piece iioodsi
(eq. vds.)...
Twine (lbl)...I


9
2'


33 :
0

10
8


327

1,143
i,531


136

205


7,148


20,i073
65,301
45,554
. :3


500


1956.

Value


2


I


.$
13,582
11,321
14,166

2,667

95,379
5,005
3,015
1,135
14,589
303
15,167
10,252
116
1,658
8,771
3,713



228,990
803
13,359
28S
2c',671

18,302
24,213
5,559
18,953
17,253

27,586
20,046

16,369
17,140
7,328
9i,117

7,228










p.006
5,917
22,096
11,5621
7,201
5,on37

4,069
1,((62i


Jan.-April.

Quantity



38,532
127,739
127,251

323,806

4,267,673
114,410
95,078
663,970
240,285
8,813
329,231
9,290
95,116
(61,999
42,405
2,793



2,091,541
279,500

2,908
3,745

32
52


1,349

340,084
54,266


326

732












84,611
68,282
203,476
140,598
146,481


7,934
4,68S


1956.

Value


$
99,745
43,801
69,848

80,420

330,602
10,453
6,932
72,493
105,958
8,063
79,803
39,518
10,130
5,909
34,336
9,631



536,726
7,559
63,293
19,441
118,154

66,437
124,860
29,953
85,448
73,588

124,505
37,914
658
93,685
35,090
38,101
303,918

8,218





806




26,239
90.749
68,780
44,153
35,173
32,240

12,440
7,739


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 14, 1956.-(No. 42).

B.-DOMESTIC EXPORTS.


ARTICLE


Animals:-
Cattle
Pigs
Sheep
Cocoa (raw)
Fruit and Nuts (fresh)
Bananas
Coconuts
Fruit Juices:-
Lime Juice (raw)
Spices:-
Nutmegs
Mace
Other
Cotton Raw
Copra
Oils, essential-Lime
Nutmeg


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

(gals) ...

(cwts) ...
(cwts) ...
(cwt,) ...
(cwts) ...
(cwts) ...
(Ibs) ...
(lbs) ...


199
13



70


23,059
4,871

..46

546
*


Jan.-April, 1956.

Quantity I Value


$


.* *


3,311


1,500



15,476
485


2,259
70
1,530


208,984


56



1,270,748
173,599


32,989
546
12,852


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


10th July, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 14, 1956.-(No. 42.)


263


LABOUR DEPARTMENT,
GRENADA,
30th June, 1956.
1 HE following memorandum on the subject of Cost-of-Living Index Figure3, in so far as the oorkizng
class families are concerned, is published for general information.
JOHN R. DABRED
Acting. Labhour Commntissioner.
COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1956.


The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the end of June, 1956. was
following table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each mouth as
the basic year (August, 1939) taken as 100:-


i)6 an' t.h
c:ompaled with


Year Jain. Feb.


1939 ... .

1942 .

1943 173 174


1944

1945

1946


168

180

184


March A


175

167


181 181


1947 190 190 195

1948 3 210 210 210

1949 206 206 206

1950 220 220 220

1951 216 216 217


1952 264

1953 289

1954 290

1955 291

1956 290


271

289

290

292

290


pril May


... ...



172 169

172 176


June


171 171

177 178


182 182 183


182
I


182


182 184


195 196 199
' i


212 212


205

220

220


272 272


289

290

292

290


290

290

292

290


205

220

232

272

291

290

291

290


213 209


205

220


Aug. Sep.


100


220 220


235 277 277

272 287 284

291 291 291

291 291 291

291 291 291

295 ...


Oct. Nov. Dec.




... 173 17.

167 1C9 169

179 179 179

18O S1O 181


258 25!'


284

290

291

288


206 206

213 220

216 216

262 263

281 284

289 289

291 291

288 288


Statistics for June, 1956.


All items
Food only


... 195%
... 212%


Food : The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into aecounn in the food group
wais 7.2 points higher thln :i 31st MAy, 1956, and 212% higher than at 1939. This increase was due
to an increase in the retail price of (Fruits) Plantains and Bananas.
Rent: There has been no change recorded in the general level of the working-class rents.
Fuel and Cleaning: There was an increase in the retail price of K-rosene. Tuhis resulted in
an increase of 1.3 points on the figure for 31st May, 1956, and an increase of 161% on the figure for 1939.
Clothing: Information collected from retailers indicated that at 30th June, 1956, the
average level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by the working-class families
was the same as at 31st May, 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 31st May, 1956, remain 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 30th June, 1956, was 6 points higher than at 31st May, 195'6, and 196%
higher than at 1939.

GRENADA,

I'IE) l l K T< i Un'E'.''IENT7 RII'TEI'. AT TILE GOVE :'.:! E PAINTING O'BPFCE
ST. GEOGQE,. .
1956


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