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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


VOb. 74.li bS, ntUoriDp.


VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1956. [No. 5L1


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

CONFIRMATIONS.
No. 247.
MISS CLAUDETTE TERA, has been appointed as
a Class III Clerk, posted to the Ministry of
Trade and Production, with effect from 1st
September, 1955.
25th August, 1956.
P.F. 937.

No. 248.
ISS PATRICIA JOSEPH, as a Class III Clerk,
Posted to the Medical Department, with
effect from 1st January, 195-3.
25th August, 1956.
P.F. 831.

No. 249.
IR. N. J. JAMEs, Clerical Assistant, Marketing
MR Organisation, Department of Agriculture,
with effect from 1st September, 1955.
25th August, 1956.
P.F. 856.


APPOINTMENT.
No. 250.
MISS CLAUDETTE TEKA, Class III Clerk, has
Il been appointed as Personal Secretary to the


Minister for Trade and Production, with effect
from 1st May, 1956.

25th August, 1956.
P.F. 937.


VACATION LEAVE.
No. 251.
IR. J. C. RADIX, District Medical Officer, St.
SDavid's, has been granted 180 days' vacation:
leave, with effect from 16th August, 1956.

25th August, 1!;56.
P.F. 196.

No. 252.
AR. DENTS MALINS-SMITH, Building Assistant,
S Public Wcrks Department, has been granted
3 months' vacation leave, with effect from 8th
August, 1956.

25th August, 1956.
P.F. 727.


RESUMPTION.
No. 253.
XTITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 244
Sof 27th August, 1955, DR. G. T. D. MURRAY,
District Medical Officer, has resumed duty, with
effect from 15th August, 1956.

25th August, 1956.
P.F. 502.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 25, 1956.-(No. 51.)


No. 254.
HIS Honour the Administrator directs publica-
tion of the following Imperial Legislation
with this issue of the Gazette:-
The Emergency Powers (Amendment) Order in
Council, 1956.

By Command,

CURTIS V. STRACHAN,
for Administrator.
Government Office,
Grenada,
25th August, 1956.


Compensation for British Property nationalised
under Polish Law and certain debts due
by Polish debtors.

I)ERSONS interested are hereby notified that
S Statutory Instruments Nos. 617 and 618
dealing with claims in respect of British Property
nationalised or expropriated under specific Polish
Laws and debts due from certain debtors to certain
British creditors are available at Government
Office for inspection.
Government Office,
18th August, 195(i.




Smuggling of Spirits into the United Kingdom
from the West Indies.

FFICIALS of Her Majesty's Customs and Exci'e
Sin the United Kingdom have drawn the
British West Indies Welfare Liaison Officer's
attention to attempted smuggling of rum and
other spirits in postal packages of food from the
British West Indies into the United Kingdcm.
The scope of the malpractice is illustrated by the
number of seizures in the six months ended 31st
March 1956-1,627 involving 270 gallons of potable
spirits which, had they gone through undetected,
would have resulted in a loss of 2,700 to United
Kingdom revenue. The problem has now caused
the United Kingdom Customs and Excise to
examine carefully the large number of packages
coming from the British West Indies.
Apart from patent dishonesty and the loss and
disappointment sustained by the sender and the
addressee by the forfeiture of the entire contents
of packages containing undeclared spirits, this
succession of incidents tends to impair the relations
between officers of Her Majesty's Customs and
Excise and West Indians. Future attempts would
in any case be abortive now that Customs Officers
have been alerted.
This Government desires through this medium
to discourage residents in Grenada and intending
migrants to the United Kingdom from attempting
these infringements of United Kingdom Customs
regulations.
Government Office,
11th August, 1956.


NOTICE.

Loans for Housing Rehabilitation.



4 limited sum of morev is being made available
for the making of loans to owners of houses
which were destroyed or damaged by the hurricane
and applications are now invited for such loans
under the following general terms and conditions:-
(i) Persons eligible for loans, any person
who has not received, or is not eligible to
receive, First or Second Aid Repair assis-
tance or a nucleus house, and who is
genuinely in need of assistance.
(ii) Purpose of loan. The loan must be
intended to cover authenticated hurricane
damage only and not normal repairs, exten-
sion or improvement and the building to be
repaired or replaced must have been used
for residential purposes.
(iii) Procedure for obtaining loan. Applica-
tions which should be on a special form
provided for the p irpose, must be addressed
to the Housing Officer and must reach him
not later than 31st A.itust, 1956. After that
date the Housing Officer will determine each
application having regard to (a) the amount
of available funds compared with the num-
her of applications received and (hL the
applicants who are in greatest need Copies
of the Application Form may be obtained
from the Housing Officer, St. George's. or
any District Revenue Officer.
(iv) Right of Appeal. A person whose application
has been rejected by the Housing Officer or
who is not satisfied with the amount of loan
approved, may appeal to a Standing Appeal
Committee comprising the Minister for
Communications and Works (Chairman),
the Minister for Social Services and the
Chairman of the Central Housing and Plan-
ning Authority. The decision of the Appeal
Committee will be final.
(v) Security for loan. Security will be required
in the form of mortgage on the property or
such other security as may be acceptable to
the Housinv Officer acting on the advice of
the Attorney General in each case. The
property which is the subject of the loan
must be insured to the value of the loan
against fire and hurricane.
(vi) Repayment. By yearly instalments over
a period not exceeding 10 years with interest
on outstanding balances. On most favour-
able terms the borrower would repay one-
tenth of the principal at the end of the ten
years of the loan plus the amount of interest
due at that time. The Housing Officer (or
Appeal Committee) might in any case appoint
a shorter term for the loan or fix special
conditions.

Ministry of Communications & Works,
St. George's,
Grenada.
25th July, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 25, 1956.-(No. 51.)


Notice to Mariners.

Port Lights--St. Kitts, B.W.I.

I)UE to ;Electri-ity brecikdown, Po t Lights at
SBasoeter'e, St. Ki:ts, :e ten ipor.ar.ly replaced
by oil lamp', visible for li:i f mile fiom shlure.
Ministry c, Communcications & Works,
St. George's.
17th August, 1956.


NOTICE.

Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1945.



IT is hereby nonfid for general information
that, in pursuance of the powers vested in him
under the Land Acquisiton Ordinance, 1945, the
Government has been pleased to appoint Mi.
Mr. James Simon Ross, Forest Supeivisor, to be
the Authorised Officer for the purposes of the
.acquisition of the following lots of land :-
LOT 1.-All that lot of land siizate in the par sh
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 2 acres, I rood, owned by Lloyd
Munro and bounded on the North and on
the East by lands of the Crown, on the
South by the Giand Etang main road and
on the West by lands of Jane Purcell.
LOT 2.-All that lot of land situate in he parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 8 acres, 3 roods. 11 poles,
owned by Mary Jane Purcell and bounded
on ihe North by lands of the Clown, on the
South by Grand Etang main road and on the
West by lands of Wilson Thomas and others.
LOT 3.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing: 2 acres, 26 poles, owned by
Wilsoni Thomas, Mary Thom'Las and others,
and bounded on the North and on the West
by lands of Jane Purcell, on the Souih
by the Grand Etang main road and on the
East by lands of the Crown.
LOT 4.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Glenada
containing 2 acres, 14 poles, owned by
Noel Penny bounded on the North b3 lands
of Alexander Palmei, on the South, the
East and the West by lands of the Ci own.
LoT 5.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint Geoige in the island of Grenada
containing 12 acres, 3 roods, 23 poles,
owned by Alexander Palmer and bounded
on the North by lands of Mis. Bishop
Strachan, on the South by lands of Noel
Penny, on the East and the West by lands
of the Clown.
LOT 6.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 2 acres, 2 roods, 4 poles, owned
by Adelaide Penny bounded on the North
by lands of Margaret Anderson and partly
by lanos of Richard Alexander on the South,
East and West by lands of Alexander
Palmc:.


LOT 7.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 2 roods, 30 poles, owned by
Margaret Anderson and bounded on the
North and East by lands of Alexander
Palmer on the South by lands of Adelaide
and Richard Alexander.
LOT 8.-All mnaL lot of land situate in the paliah
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 3 roods, 23 poles, owned by
Richard Alexander bounded on the Noith
by lands of Probain Castle, South by lands
of Adelaide Penny, on the East by lands oi
Margaret Anderson and on the West by a
ravine.
LOT 9.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 3 roods, 14, poles, owned by
Probain Castle, bounded on its North and
West by a ravine, South by lands of Richard
Alexander and East by lands of Alexander
Palmer and Mrs. Bishop Strachan.
LOT 10.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 2 acres, 28 poles, owned by
Mrs. Bishop Strachan, bounded on the
North by a ravine, South by lands of
Alexander Palmei, East by lands of the
Crown and West by Probain Castle.
LOT 11.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 2 acres, 1 rood, owned by Edith
Palmer bounded on the North by lands of
John Buckmile, South by lands of Mrs.
Bishop Strachan, East by a ravine and
West by lands of Theophilus Francis.
LOT 12.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 3 acres,.owned by John Buckmire
boniided ol the East by lands of the Crown,
Wesr by lands of Theophilus Francis,
Sou h by lands of Edith Palmer and North
by the residue of the estate.
LOT 13.-All that lot of land situa-t in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 2 acres, 38 poles, owned by
Theophilus Francis, bounded on the North
by lands of John Buckmire, South by a
lavine, East by lands of Edith Palmer and
West by the residue of the estate.
LOT 14.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 1 acre, 10 poles, owned by
DaCosta Moses, bounded or. the Nolth
by lands of Theophilus Francis, South and
East by a ravine and West by the residue of
the Estate.
LOT 15.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Gienada
containing 14 acres, 3 roods, owned by the
heirs of George Clarke, bounded on the
North by the Grand Etang main road, the
South by lands of Limix LaBairy, East by
lands of the Crown, and West by lands of
E. D. B. Harford.
LOT 16.--All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 4 acres, 3 roods, 16 poles, owned
by Edmond DeBellot Harford, bounded on













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the North by a ravine, South by lands of
Limix LaBarry, East by lands of the heirs
of George Clarke and West by the residue
of the estate.
LOT 17.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 1 acre, 3 roods, 18 poles, owned
by Limix LaBarry bounded on the North
by lands of the heirs of George Clarke,
West by lands of the Crown and East by
lands of Edmond DeBellot Harford.

Dated this 24th day of August, 1956.

W. MACMILLAN,
Administrator.


Government Office,
Grenada.


IN THE MATTER OF THE LAND ACQUISITION
ORDINANCE, 1945, (NO. 3 OF 1945.)

andi

In the matter of a Declaration by the Governor
in Council that certain lands situate in the
Parish of Saint George in the island of
Grenada are to be acquired for a Public
Purpose.



DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND.

(First Publication.)



WHEREAS it is enacted by section 3 of the
Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1945, (No. 3 of
194.5) that if the Governor in Council considers
that any land should be acquired for a public pur-
pose he may cause a declaration to that effect to
be made;
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Gov-
ernor in Council that the land mentioned and
described in the Schedule hereto should be acquir-
ed for a public purpose, to wit, for the protection
of the water catchment area supplying the Vendome
Waterworks:
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DE-
CLARED by His Excellency the Governor, acting
after consultation with the Executive Council of
the Colony of Grenada, that upon the second pub-
lication of this Declaration in the Gazette, the
land mentioned and described in the Schedule
hereto shall be acquired for the above-mentioned
purposes and shall vest absolutely in the Crown.
AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER DE-
CLARED AND NOTIFIED THAT a plan of
the above-mentioned lands may be inspected at all
reasonable hours at the Agricultural Office in the
town of St. George in the said Colony.


SCHEDULE.

Description of Lands.
Lot 1.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint Georgo in the island of Grenada
containing 2 acres, 1 rood, owned by Lloyd
Munro and bounded on the North and on
the East by lands of the Crown, on the
South by the Grand Etang main road and
on the West by lands of Jane Purcell.
Lot 2.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint Georgr in the island of Grenada
containing 8 acres, 3 roods, 11 poles, owned
by AMary Jane Purcell and bounded on the
North by lands of the Crown, on the South
by Grand Etang main road and on the
West by lands of Wilson Thomas and others.
Lot 3.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada,
containing 2 acres, 26 poles, owned by
Wilson Thomas, Mary Thomas and others,
and bounded on the North and on the West
by lands of Jane Purcell, on the South by
the Grand Etang main road and on the-
East by lands of the Crown.
Lot 4.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George, in the island of Grenada,
containing 2 acres, 14 poles, owned by Noel
Penny bounded on the North by lands of
Alexander Palmer, on the South, the East
and the West by lands of the Crown.
Lot 5.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George, in the island of Grenada,
containing 12 acres, 3 roods, 23 poles,
owned by Alexander Palmer :fnd bounded
on the North by lands of Mrs. Bishop
Strachan, on the Souil by lands of Noel
Penny, on the East and the West by lands.
of the Crown.
Lot 6.-All that lot of land situlte in the parish
of Saint George in the island of rcrenada,
containing 2 acres, 2 roods, 4 poles, owned
by Adelaide Penny bounded on the North
by lands of Margaret Anderson and partly
by lands of Richard Alex.ander, on the
South, East and West by lands of Alexander
Palmer.
Lot 7.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George, in the island of Grenada,
containing 2 roods, 30 poles, owned by
Margaret Anderson and bounded on the
North and East by lands of Alexander
Palmer on the South by lands of Adelaide.
Penny and Richard Alexander.
Lot 8.-All that lot of land situate in the pariilh
of Saint George in the island of Grenada,
containing 3 roods, 23 poles, cwned by
Richard Alexander bounded on the North
by lands of Probain Castle, Soutih by lands
of Adelaide Penny, on the East by lands of
Margaret Anderson and on the West by a
ravine.
Lot 9.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada,
containing 3 rods, 14 poles, o'ned .Iy
Probain Castle. bounded on its North and
West by a ravine, South by lands of Richa rd
Alexander and East by lands of Alexander
Palmer and Mrs. Bishop Strachan.


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Lot 10.-All that lot of land situate in the
parish of Saint George in the island of
Grenada containing 2 acres, 28 poles, owned
by Mrs. Bishop Strachin, bounded on the
North by a ravine, South by lands of
Alexander Palmer, East by lands of the
Crown and West by Probain Castle.

Lot 11.-All that lot rf land sit.ate in the
parish of Saint George in the island of
Grenada containing 2 acres, 1 rood, owned
by Edith Palmer hounded on the North by
lands of John Buckmire, South by lands of
Mrs. Bishop Strashan, East by a ravine
and West by lanps of Theophilus Francis.

Lot 12.-M41 that lot of land situate in the
parish of Saint George in lhe island of
Grenada containing 3 acres, owned by John
Buckmire, bounded on the East by lands of
the Crown, West by lands of Theophilus
Francis, South by lands of Edith Palmer
and North by the residue of the estate.

Lot 13.-All that lot of land situate in the
parish of Saint George in the island of
Grenrda. containing 2 acres, 38 poles,
owned by Theophilus Francis, bounded on
the North by lands of John Buckmire,
South by a ravine, East by lands of Edith
Palmer and West by the residue of the
estate.

Lot 14.-All that lot of land situade in the
parish of Saint (eorge in the island cf
Grenada containing I acte, 10 poles, owned
by DaCosta AMoses, hounded on the North
by lands of Theophilus Francis, South nnd
East by a ravine and West by the residue
of the estate.

Lot 15.-All that lot of land situate in the
parish of Saint George in the island of
Grenada containing 14 acres, 3 roods, owned
by the heirs of George Clarke. bounded on
the North by the Grand Etang main road,
the South by lands of Limix Labarry, East
by lands of the Crown, and West by lands
of E. D. B. Harford.

Lot 16.-All that lot of land situate in the
parish of Saint George in the island of
Grenada containing 4 acres, 3 roods. 16
poles, owned by Edmond De Bellot Harford,
bounded on the North by a ravine, South
by lands of Limix Labarry, East by lands
of the heirs of (George Clarke and West by
the residue of the estate.

Lot 17.-All that lot of land situate in the parish
of Saint George in the island of Grenada
containing 1 acre, 3 roods. 18 poles, owned
by Limix Labarry, hounded on the North
by lands of the heirs of George Clarke,
West by lands of the Crown and East by
lands of Edmond De B6llot Harford.


Dated this 2nd day of July, 1956.


V. AUGUSTUS ALLEYNE,
Clerk of the Executive Council.


NOTICE.


fITHE following further appointments to Agricul-
L tural Area Committees are published for
general information :-
Afiricultural Area Committee No. II, St. John's.
M. J. C. Romney-Representing the Grenada
Banana Co-Operative Society.
Agricultural Area Committee No. III, St. Mark's.
Mlr. Mitchell James-Representing Peasants.
Af/ricultural Area Committee No. VII, St. Andrew's
Central.
Mr. Powell Andrew-Representing Peasants.
Agricultural Area Committee No. VIII, St. A ndrew's
South.
Mr. Wellington McMillan-Representing Peas-
ants.
A gricultural Area Committee No. IX B. St. Davcid's
South.
Mr. L. O. Taylor,-Representing Grenada Co-
operative Nutmeg Association.

Middleton House,
St. George's,
1st August, 1956.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY & CUSTOMS.

']HE following have been forfeited for a breach
Sof the Customs Ordinance :-
(a) 42 cakes Toilet Soap.
35 cakes Lux Soap.
7 cakes Camay Soap.
(b) 1 Motor Car Decoration.
(c) 1 Chinaware Pot.
(d) 27 Gramaphone Records.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
financial l Secrettry.

Treasury and Customs Department,
Grenada,
10th August, 1956.


Notification of Goods which shall not be
warehoused-Sec. 23 Cap. 58.

N pursuance of Section 23 of the Customs
SOrdinance (Cap. 58 of th Revised Laws of
Grenada) the Governor in Council hereby directs
and notifies that duty shall be paid on the first
importation of the undermentioned goods where
such duty is payable and the said goods shall not
be warehoused.
Articles.
Animals, living or otherwise.
Arms, ammunition and explosives
Asphalt, all kinds, including pitch and tar.
Acids.
Bricks and tiles.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 25, 1956.--(No. 51.)


Caustic Soda.
Carbide Sludge.
Cast Iron Pipes.
Cement and cement products.
Cotton Lint, wet or damp.
Empty barrels, drums and crates of all
descriptions.
Fertiliser.
Films, cinematograph.
Fireworks.
Fish, (other than in unbroken tins packed in
cases).
Galvanised iron and steel pipes.
Hardboard and sott board of all descriptions.
Hay and Chaff.
Lead Pipes.
Lime, manurial.
Lime, temper.
Lubricating oil-in wooden casks, barrels,
drums, and/ or tins.
Machinery.
Manure.
Matches, not contained in hermetically sealed
cases of zinc or tin.
Meats, fresh and pickled.
Metal manufactures, heavy, including steel
bars, sheet iron, iron rods gabions, boilers,
and boiler parts, safes.
Motor Vehicles.
Molasses.
Oil-other i.e. raw linseed, boiled linseed,
turpentine and other oils packed in
barrels, drums and/ or tins.
Ores of all kinds.
Oakum.
Salts.
Sewer pipes of all descriptions.
Sheeting, (corrugated or plain ), galvanised
iron, aluminium and asbestos.
Ships, boats and launches.
Stones and slates.
Sugar.
Soap Stock.
Tallow.
Vegetables, fresh (including potatoes and
onions).
Wood and timber.
(a) Lumber of all descriptions.
(b) Shingles.
(c) Shooks, Staves, and Headings.
And all articles not liable to import duty
which have not been mentioned above.
Customs dues must be paid on these goods by
consignees immediately.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Finanial Secretary.

23rd July, 1956.


AGRICULTURE.
Apprenticeship Scheme.

APPLICATIONS are invited for four Agricul-
tural Apprentices.
2. The course of training will be for a period of
one year commencing on the 1st October, 1956.
Successful candidates will be required to reside
at Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station in quarters


provided there to be under the control of the-
Agricultural Assistant. They will receive an
allowance of $384 per annum and will be required
to make their own arrangements for board.
3. The Government accepts no responsibility
expressed nor implied to employ or to find employ-
ment for apprentices on the completion of their
course.
4. Applicants, should be between the ages of
18 and 24. State age, school or schools attended
with standard or certificates attained, past and
present employment and emoluments earned at the
present time, experience in agriculture and the
facilities which they expect will be available to
them for practising agriculture after their period
of apprenticeship.
5. Applications should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Agriculture, Botanic Gardens,
St. George's, and should reach not later than 31st
August, 1956. The envelope containing the appli-
cation marked Apprenticeship" on the outside.
6. Testimonials which will not be returned
should accompany the applications.

G. A. SOUTHWELL,
for Superintendent of Agriculture.
24th July, 1956.


MEDICAL & PUBLIC HEALTH.

Crab Poisoning Campaign.

THE Public is hereby warned that Crabs in the
Belmont, Tanteen and Ballast Ground areas
will be poisoned as from the 27th August, 1956.
Owners of poultry and livestock are warned to-
keep same away from these areas until further
notice.
F. C. ALEXIS,
Senior Medical Officer.
8th August, 1956.


DENTAL CLINICS.
URING the period 13th August to ?7tl-
August no Dental Clinics will be held as tie
Government Dental Surgeon will be away on
leave.
F. C. ALEXIS,
Senior Medi'al Officer.


POLICE.

Royal Air Force Cadetships.

INFORMATION on the conditions of admission
to, and tenure of' Cadetships at the Royal Air
Force College, Cranwell, is available on application
at Police Headquarters.
Amongst other requirements candidates must:--
(a) Comply with the medical standards laid
down for admission to the Royal Air Force.
(b) Be within the age limits of 172 and 19
years on the 1st January, of the yer of
entry into Cadet training (nominated
candidates will normally enter training at
the College in the term which commences
towards the end of April).


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(c) Have reached a standard of general educa-
tion equal to that which is normally requir-
ed for admission to a degree course at a
University of a Commonwealth country, in-
cluding a knowledge of Mathematics to the
standard required in this subject in Matricu-
lation examinations.
(d) Have a sound knowledge of the English
Language such as will ensure that he has
no difficulty in understanding normally
colloquial English and in using English as a
conversational medium.
Full details will be given to potential candidates
satisfying the above conditions.

(Sgd.) W. J. McCOLGAN,
Acting Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada.
20th July, 1956.


COURT' NOTsE.

GRENADA.


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

TOTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
SSupreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at the Court House, in
the town of St. George, on Tuesday, the nd day
of October, 1956, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon,
when and where all concerned and hound over the
prosecute or to give evidence or summoned as
Jurors or Witnesses are required to give their
personall 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 Ollice.

Dated this 21st day of August. 1956.

GORDON RENWICK,
RIeqisrIar, SIuprem' Cott:ut, (-renad.t.
Registrar's Office.
St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.T.


NOTICE.

ADVICE TO THE PUBLIC ON HURRICANE
PRECAUTIONS.

1. Before the Hurricane Season :-
Make yourself acquainted with the system of
warnings at paragraph 3 below.
Make sure that you know the district relief
centre and the Red Cross representative for the
area in which you live, and who is in charge of
relief.


2.At the approach of the Hurricane season.
Make sure that all fasteners for outside doors
and windows Ate in order. If possible, windows
should be reinforced with shutters and doors with
bars.
This also applies to buildings in which cattle and
livestock are to be housed. If suitable buildings
are not available let the cattle and livestock fend
for themselves, and do not tend them.
Lay in a small amount of tinned milk and orner
foods as emergency rations.
Keep one or twi hurricane lanterns filled with
kerosene, with matches and candles in readiness.
Also keep in stock a supply of firewood and char-
coal for cooking purposes.
A small supply of first aid supplies may come in
useful.
3. Types of Hurricane Warnings to the Public.
There are to types of hurricane warnings to the
public, viz :
(i) Cautionary.
(ii) Warning to take cover.
Cautionary.
The cautionary warning means that a storm will
not directly affect the island but can be of interest
for ships and other organizations, or that a dis-
turbance may pass over the island but is expected
to be of moderate intensity.
In St. George's the cautionary warning will take
the form of:
(I) Firing of two rfaroons (guns) from the
Fort.
(2) Hoisting of a red flag with a black centre
at the Fort by day.
(3) Hoisting of a red light at the For, by
night.
In oiter parishes the cautionary warnings will
consist of the hoisting of a storm flag by day and
a red light at night from all Police Stations.

Warning to take Cover.

This warning will indicate that a hurricane is
expected and that it will pass over the island
Take cover warning is as follows :-
St. George's : Church bells will ring for 5
minutes.
The siren will blow for 5 minutes.
Other Parishes : Church bells will ring for 5
minutes.

4. After the Cautionary Warning :

The cautionary warning will give you ample
time in which to make your final preparations and
to see that your supplies are neat at hand.
It is a good plan to paste strips of paper over the
glass window during this period, particularly if
there are no shutters. This strengthens the glass
and minimises splintering.
Secure all loose material that may be in the yard.
All fishing boats should be drawn up well above
high water mark.

5. After the Hurricane Warning :

See that all livestock have plenty of water and
food and fasten them in securely.


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Fill as many clean receptacles as possible with
water for drinking.
Shut, fasten and barricade all wondows and out-
side doors and do not open them until the hurricane
has passed.
Remember that a sudden calm does not mean the
end of the storm but that 'he wind will blow again
from he opposite direction.
Buckets of sand might also be prepared in case
any fire breaks out.
If shelter is taken in a house that shows sign of
collapsing the best place to take cover is under the
stairs or under a stout table or bedstead.
Do not go outside during the hurricane.
If you have to take cover do so in as secure a
shelter as possible, certain churches, schools and
public buildings may be open for those wishing to
shelter in them.


6. After the Hurricane :

Do not congregate in roads and thoroughfares.
Do not crowd round relief centres needlessly.
Do not use your car unless you have a job of
work to do.
Do not go sightseeing, in any case the sight will
not be pleasant.
Assist the members of the Hurricane Relief
Organizations as much as possible when asked to
do so.
The immediate concern is for the injured. Those
requiring treatment should go or be taken to the
Nearest Dispensary or Police Station. If they are
too seriously injured to be removed give infor-
mation to the Dispensary or to the nearest Police
Station.


SReport any deaths at the Police Station giving
If you go to shelter in any of these buildings take as much information irgaiding identity as you can
some food with you. If you are rendered homeless and you can make
Do not shelter in Ravines or low lying areas that no other arrangements, the Police will direct you
are likely to flood. to the temporary public shelter, or to your local
If you live in a low lying coastal area take shelter relief centre.
on higher ground further inland. There will Never drink the water without boiling and, if
probably be very high seas. possible filtering, until the authorities have declared
If you are taking shelter in a cellar, take with 1it safe to drink.
you your supplies of Cood, lanterns, matches, etc. If you have not already been inoculated against
Do not forget a tin opener. typhoid have this done.
If possible, take some light articles of furniture If you are injured even slightly be inoculated
and bedding and anything that will make foi against tetanus.
comfort. If you live in St. George's or on a main road you
can assist by removing fiom the road outside your
An axe or o.her sui atl1 ool is also useful in house the smaller debris. This will ease the work
case the entrance gets jammed. of the organisation responsible for opening
A bucket or other receptacle with sand and dis- up communications and dealing with major
infectant should be provided for sanitary purposes. obstructions.

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


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


GIAD IES


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


20 Cents


32 do.

12 do.

$1.0o

60 Cents.

30 do.


F. C. HUGHES,
Secretary.


13th August, 1956


GRENADA.
t.iNTE:II HY 'THn GOVERNMENT. PRINTER AT THR GOVERNMENT. PRINTING OFFIOR
ST. GEORGE S,
1956.


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