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557


GRENADA.


Government Gazette.



OL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1956. [No. 75.

VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1956. [No. 75.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENT.
No. 361.
IT is hereby notified for public information that
SMr. PERCY TURRIFF EASTHAM has been
appointed Assistant Canadian Government Trade
Commissioner at Port of Spain, Trinidad, with
jurisdiction including the territories of Barbados,
the Windward and Leeward Islands and British
Guiana.

By Command,

GEO. F. HOSTEN,
for A administrator.


Government Office,
18th December, 1956.
M.P. TP 42 A.


WIS. 137/629/01

WINDWARD ISLANDS
No. 578.


COLONIAL OFFICE,
The Church House,
Great Smith Street,
London, S.W.I.


3rd December, 1956.

Sir,
I have the honour to refer to paragraph 4
of the Public Announcement of the 29th December,
1954, about constitutional reform in the Wind-
ward Islands wherein it is stated :-
Ministers will be expected to give priority
to their work as Ministers but may undertake
other work if it does not conflict with their
responsibilities as Ministers."


2. In other colonial territories a more detailed
statement of the responsibilities of the Ministers
is normally published when a ministerial system
of government is introduced; and I feel that it
may be of help to the Ministers and to the public
generally in the Windward Islands if I now take
an opportunity of setting out in greater detail the
general code of conduct which is observed in the
United Kingdom and should, as far as practicable,
be followed by Ministers in the colonial territories.
3. In setting out the .general principles which
should be observed hy Ministers I do not wish it
to be inferred that there is any special reason
to suppose that these principles have not been
generally followed in the Windward Islands since
the introduction of the Ministerial system of
government nearly a year ago. Ministers are,
however called upon to deal with and take decisions
upon such a wide variety of subjects touching
upon all aspects of the life of the community that
it is likely from time to time that they may find
that their public duties affect or even conflict with
their personal and private interests. I consider it
desirable, therefore, both that Ministers should be
furnished with further guidance as to the manner
in which this problem can be tackled, and also
that the public should be aware of the code
of conduct which Ministers can reasonably be
expected to observe.
4. In the United Kingdom and in the Colonies
generally certain easily identifiable forms of mis-
conduct, e.g. the disclosure of official secrets and
corruption, are the subject of legislation. In
addition there is a code of ethics prescribed by
rules which have been laid down by successive
Governments over a long period. These rules are
based on custom and usage of the Constitution,
and any serious infringement of them even though
not punishable by law, would incur the drastic
penalty of dismissal from office. The following is
a summary of some of the more important rules
which govern Ministerial conduct in the United
Kingdom:-


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 29, 1956.--(No 75.)


(a) All directorships held by Ministers must
be resigned except honorary director-
ships, directorships in connection with
philanthropic undertakings and director-
ships in private companies which deal
wholly or mainly with family affairs or
interests and are not primarily engaged
in trading. A similar rule applies in
the case of Ministers who hold official
positions in trade unions.
(b) Ministers ought not to enter into any
transactions whereby their private pec-
uniary interest might, even conceivably,
come into conflict with their public
duty.
(c) No Minister is justified in any circum-
stances, in using official information
that comes to him as a Minister, for
his own private profit or for that of his
friends.
(d) No Minister ought to put himself, or allow
himself to be put, in a position to be
tempted to use his official influence in
support of any scheme or in furtherance
of any contract in regard to which he
has an undisclosed private interest.
(e) No Minister ought to accept any kind of
favour from persons who are in negotia-
tions with, or seeking to enter into
contractual or proprietary or pecuniary
relations with the Government.
(f) Ministers should scrupulously avoid specu-
lative investments in securities as to
which, from their position and their
special means of early or confidential
information, they have, or may have,
an advantage over other people in
anticipating market changes.
(g) Ministers should not practice journalism
while holding office. This prohibition
does not, however, extend to writing of
a literary, historical, scientific, philos-
ophical or romantic character.
5. The above are by no means exhaustive, but
they serve to illustrate the manner in which, in
the United Kingdom, the holders of high public
office in the service of tho Crown are expected and
required to conduct themselves; and they are
regarded as rules of obligation". There are, in
addition, certain rules of prudence" which have
never been formulated and which it would he very
difficult to formulate in precise cr universal terms.
One of these rules however, is that Ministers
should carefully avoid all transactions such as the
acceptance of gifts of substantial value from mem-
bers of the public which can give colour or
substance to the belief that, they are doing any-
thing which the "rules of obligation" forbid.
6. With regard to (a) of paragraph 4, I re-
cognise that in the circumstances at present
existing in the West Indies it may not be necess-
ary to insist that, all directorships in estates or
businesses must be given up, provided the nature
and extent of these are disclosed to the Governor
and he is satisfied that their retention is not
contrary to the public interest.
7. There is also the very important case of
Ministers who feel that they are obliged to retain
official positions in trade unions. While I readily
understand that the close identification of trade
unions with political parties in some of the West
Indian territories makes it difficult for politicians


to divorce themselves from direct association
with trade unions immediately on their assump-
tion of Ministerial office, the objections to this
association are very strong. Even if Ministers
with trade union associations are able to avoid
their dual interests coming into conflict, there
must always he some doubt in the mind of the
public as to the true position. I hope, therefore,
that Ministers will take steps to disassociate
themselves from active participation in trade
union affairs as soon as possible, and I naturally
expect them always to subordinate trade union
interests to the public interest whenever these
may conflict.
8. I shall be obliged if you will arrange for
copies of this despatch to be given to the Ministers
in the Windward Islands and if you will also
arrange for its publication in the Official Gazettes.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your most obedient,
humble servant,
ALAN LENNOX BOYD.
GOVERNOR,
C. M. DEVERELL. Esq., C.M.G., C.V.O., O.B.E.,
etc., etc., etc.


NOTICE.

T is notified for general information that, arising
out of the recommendations of the London
Conference in February 1956 on British Caribbean
Federation, the Commission on Trade and Tariffs
under the Chairmanship of Sir William' Dawson
Croft, K.C.B., arrived in Barbados on the 3rd
November, 1956, and immediately commenced its
deliberations. Their terms of reference are :-
"to examine and report to the Federal
Government on the economic, fiscal and
other technical problems involved in the
establishment of a Customs Unicn for the
Federal area, bearing in mind the possible
accession of lritish Guiana and British
Honduras, and to work out a .chieme for
a Customs Union, to be implemented, if
necessary, by stages."
At a Conferen-ce of Liaison Officers to the Con-
mission appointed by the aUit Governments to
represent their respective territories, held at Hast-
ings House on November 12th, a draft itinerary
was agreed for the visit of the Commission to the
various territories of the area. The Commission
propose to visit Grenada as from 2nd to 8th
January, 1957, in order to obtain first hand know-
ledge ot local conditions, to hold preliminary dis-
cussions with interested parties and to stimulate
general interest in the subject of a Customs Unior,
including internal free trade.
immediately on arrival in each territory the
Commission will take such steps as are necessary
to approach interested parties whom they would
wish to see in order to initiate discussions in. the
matter. Their desire is that as far as possible
material bearing upon the subject should be avail-
able for the consideration not later than 28th
February 195;'. Any interested party of organisa-
tion who may wish to make written representation
to them are requested to send memoranda to the
Secretary to the Commission at Hastings House,.
Barbados, by that date.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 29, 1956.-(No. 75.)


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1938.


Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period, 1st January to 30th June, 1957.


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 :
Wednesday 5th December, 1956.
Wednesday 12th December, 1955.
Wednesday 19th December, 1956.
Thursday 27th December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Grenville Police Station :
Thursday 6th December, 1956.
Thursday 13th December, 1956.
Thursday 20th December, 1956.
Friday 28th December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Sauteurs Police Station :
Friday 7th December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Friday 14th December, 1956.
Friday 21st December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Gouyave Po!i.e Station :
Monday 3rd December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday 10th December, 1956.
From 12.30 p m. to 3 p.m.
Monday 17th December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Victoria Police Station :
Tuesday 4th December, 1956.
From 9 a m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday 1 th December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday 18th December, 1956.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Catnriacou Police Station :
Monday 7th January, 1957, to Friday 11th
January, 1957, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fee from now onwards at their respec-
tive District Revenue Offices and then approach
the Inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffic
Branch New Fire Station, in advance with a view
to effecting 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
clear: condition, and must have been recently
overhauled The body and wings, axle, chassis,
frame, steering arms, springs, trackrods, brake
connections, shackles, bolts, nuts, split pins, engine,
engine shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto
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 presentation 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
weight painted in white figures not less than 22
inches in height upon a black ground in a con-
spicuous place on the right or offside of the
vehicle.
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the Regu-
lations, No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a condition
as to render each letter or figure readily dis-
tinguishable. The attention of owners of Motor
Omnibuses and Goods Vehicles is specially
directed to Regulation 23 (11) (a) regarding the
position of front lamps. Spot lights will not be
allowed except with the written approved 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) Regulations, No. 6
of 1944, as amended by the Motor 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 Certificate,
certifying that the vehicles may be duly licensed.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretarn ,
Licensing Authority.

30th October, 1956.


Issue Of Warrants Under The
"Taxes Management Ordinance (Cap. 221).



XTOTICE is hereby given that under the authority
L of Section 42 of the Tax s Management Ordi-
nance, warrants will be issued to the several
Bailiffs for recovery of all taxes due for the years
1955 and 19.56, together with the fines due thereon,
which may be unpaid after the 31st December, 1956.

(sgd) G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.

The Treasury,
6th December, 1956.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 29, 1956.-(No. 75.)


CUSTOMS

IN accordance with the powers vested in me
under Sec. 21 of the Customs Ordinance, Cap.
58, I appoint the undermentioned Warehouse for
warehousing goods imported without payment of
duty on the first importation thereof.
New L-shaped Arcon building in the G.C.N.A.
lot on the Carenage, St. George's.

G. E. C. STANFORD
Financial Secretary.

27th November, 1956.


POST OFFICE.


Grenada / Carriacou Mail and
Service Itinerary during the
Year Holidays 1956-1957.


Passenger
Xmas/New


AUXILIARY Schooner, Lydina A" will observe
the following itinerary:-
Leave St. George's on Sunday, 23rd December,
1956, at 9.00 a.m.
Leave Carriacou on Friday, 28th December,
1956, at 9.00 a.m.
Leave St. George's on Sunday, 30th December,
1956, at 9.00 a.m.
Leave Carriacou on Friday, 4th January, 1957
at 9.03 a.m.
And hence-forward the usual itinerary will
operate.

M. HAYLING,
Acting Colonial Postmaster.




GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

Vacancy in the Post of Headmaster of the
Grammar School, St. Kitts, in the Colony
of St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for the post of Headmaster of
the Boys Grammar School, St. Kitts, in the
Colony of St. Kitts, Nevis and Anguilla. The
school roll at present numbers about 200 and
courses are offered up to the Higher School Certifi-
cate Examination of the University of Cambridge.
2. The post is pensionable and carries a salary
at the rate of $5,472 per annum.
3. Applicants should be in possession of a degree
of a University within the British Commonwealth,
and should have considerable experience in teaching
and secondary school management.
4. The successful applicant will be required to
give an undertaking in writing to serve in the
Colony of St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla for a period of
cot less than 3 years from the date of arrival in
the Colony.


5. Free passages to the Colony will be provided
for the successful applicant and his wife and not
more than three children under the age of eighteen
years who are unmarried and are dependent upon
him, provided that they accompany him or join
him in the Colony within twelve months of his
appointment.
6. Applications stating full name, date and place
of birth, educational qualifications, teaching ex-
perience and other important activities to date,
together with a recent photograph and two testi-
monials should he addressed to the Acting Admin-
istrator, St. Kitts Nevis Anguilla, to reach him
not later than 15th January, 1957.


Handicraft Teacher, Saureurs.



A PPLICATIONS are invited from Certificated
11 teachers with special training in handicrafts
for the post of Handicraft Teacher, St. Patrick's
Practical Training Centre.
2. The status of the post is that of Head
Teacher and the successful applicant's salary will
depend on qualifications and service.
3. Applications should be forwarded to the
Education Officer to reach him by Saturday, 28th
December, and the successful applicant will be
required to assume duty on 14th January, 1957.

A. A. LA GRENADE,
Acting Education Officer.



GRENADA.

" FHE PRIDE OF ST. PATRICK'S NO. 3,
1 I.U.O.M. FRIENDLY SOCIETY" is
registered as a friendly Society under the Friendly
Societies Ordinance this 12th day of December,
1956.
The registered Office of the Society is situated at
Glede Street in the town of Sauteurs in the parish
of St. Patrick's and island of Grenada.
Dated this 12th day of December, 1956.

GORDON RENWICK,
Reyfistrar of Friendly Societies.



NOTICE

Vacant posts (2) of Assistant Secretary,
Barbados.

i PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
1 two vacant posts of Assistant Secretary.
2. Qualifications. In case of first appointment
to the Government Service candidates should
possess a University Degree preferably with
honcurs. Consideration will also be given to serv-
ing officers without university degrees who have
attained a high standard of general education and
are qualified by training and experience.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 29, 1956.-(No. 75.)


3. Duties. The successful applicants will be
required to assist in the duties pertaining to the
administration of the Island under a system of
Ministerial Government.
4. Appointment and salary. The posts are
pensionable with salary in the scale $3,528 x 144-
4,392 (E.B.) 4,560 x 192-5,520. Salary is subject
to deduction of four per cent per annum under the
Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme unless
the officer is already a contributor to a Widows'
.and Orphans' Pension Scheme of another colony.
5. Passages. Cost of passages of any officer
and his family on first appointment is payable up
to a maximum of $ 1,920. Passage arrangements in
respect of transferred officer will be in accordance
with Colonial Regulations 87-92.
6. Leave and Leave Passages. Leave is


granted in accordance with local regulations.
Leave passages for officer and, if married, for his
wife are payable every three and a half years in
accordance with the Civil Establishment (Leave
Passages) Order, 1952.
7. Quarters. Quarters are not provided but
consideration will be given to the allocation to the
officer of a Government flat at a very low rental.
No assurance can, however, be given that a flat
will be available at the time of the officer's arrival
in the Island.
8. Applications giving full particulars, qualifica-
tions and experience, and accompanied by two
testimonials should be submitted to the Acting
Chief Secretary, Government Headquarters, Bay
Street. St. Michael, Barbados, to reach him not
later than 12th January, 1957.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


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


( IRA1)ES


Green Nutmegs


AdvanceS


20 Cents


Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mcace

Mace Pickings


32 do.

12 do.

$1.09

60 Cents.

30 do,


O. IVOR O'BRIEN,
Secretary.


Date fixed: 26th November, 1956.













562 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 29, 1956.-(No. 75.)

THE FACILITIES FOR TITLE ORDINANCE, 1956.

FORM C.

Notice of Application for loan.



TAKE NOTICE THAT the persons whose names appear hereunder claim to be respectively the owners
in fee simple in possession of the land described and have applied to the Central Agricultural Rehabili-
tation Committee, St. George's, Grenada, for a loan on security of a mortgage of the said land, and that
and it is proposed to accept such Mortgage in reliance on the provisions of the above-mentioned
Ordinance.

AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a representative of the Committee will attend on the said land at
the times and on the days shown for the purpose of viewing the land, checking the boundaries that may
be stated by any person :-


Name and Address
of Applicant

Lennard W.
Robertson,
Beaulieu,
St. George's.




Ethelbert Charles,
Mt. Gay,
St. George's.



Rita John and
Clarence John.




Rudolph Perkins,
Maran,
St. John's.



Lucita Cadore,
Marigor,
St. John's.




Abel Abraham,
Barbay,
St. John's.



Lee Frederick,
Victoria,
St. Mark's.


Date of
Application

2.11.56


Description of land

A lot of land situate at Vendome St.
George's, containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lands of Jonas Browne and
Hubbard, Ltd.,
East by lands of Jonas Browne and;
Hubbard, Ltd.,
South and West by lands of Chadewick
Penny and Adriana Williams.


30.10.56. A lot of land situate at Mt. Gay, St.
George's containing I acre bounded :
North by lands of Walter Gill,
East by lands of Public Main Road,
South by lands of Constance Oglivie,
West by lands of Constance Oglivie.

5.10.56. A lot of land situate at New Hampshire,
St. Geo ge's, containing a acre bounded
North by lands of Ferril Robert,
East by lands of James Ventour,
South by lands of Elie Sylvester,
West by lands of James Ventour.

15.11.56. A lot of land situate at Bois Congo St.
John's, containing T acre bounded :
North by lands of Edwaid Charles,
East by lands of Ignatius Fererira,
South by lands of Salton Edwards,
West by lands of Joseph Smith,

22.10.56. A lot of land situate at Mon Jestin.
(Concord) St. John's, containing 1 acre
bounded :
North by lands of Viola Nelson,
South by lands of Norman Bayne,
East by lands of Mary Burke,
West by lands of Ethel Forrester.

17.11.56. A lot of land situate at Barbay, St.
John's, containing I acre bounded :
North by lands of Godfrey Lorainey,
East by lands of Francis Rae,
South by lands of Francis Rae,
West by lands of Ferrel AleAis.

26.11.56. A lot of land situate at Mt. Cenis St.
John's, containing 1 acre 2 roods and
bounded :
North by lands of Fitz Alexis,
East by lands of R. A. Frederick,
South by lands of R. A. Frederick,
West by lands of Brother's Estate.


Time and Date
of Inspection



9 a.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1957.




9 a.m. on
Tuesday, 8th,
January, 1957.



9 a.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1957.



2 p.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1957.




2 p.m. on
Tuesday; 8th
January, 1057.



2 p.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1957.




9 a.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1957.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 29, 1956.-(No. 75.)


Name and Address
of Applicant

Richard Phillip,
Victoria,
St. Mark's.


Alcicia Hosten,
Victoria,
St. Mark's.




Anthony Noel,
Upper Capitol,
St. Andrew s.



Julien Baptiste,
Tuilleries,
St. Andrew's.




Ralph Peters,
Harford Village,
St. Andr-w',s.




Henrietta Henry,
Munich,
St. Andrew's.



Maggie Noel and
Rose Hastick,
Mamma Cannes,
St. Andrew's.



Stephenson Baptiste
Grand Bacolet,
St. Andrew's.




Claris Calliste.
Mamma Cannes,
St. Andrew's.



Emerald Williams,
Munich,
St. Andrew's.


Date of
Application

12.11.56.


Description of land

A lot of land situate at Gros Point, St.
Mark's, containing 1 acre bounded :
Noith by lands of Wilmot Phillips,
East y lands of Ken Gill,
South by lands of Amon St. John,
West by lands of Jane Achane.


23.11.56. A lot of land situate at Mt. Nelson, St.
Mark's containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lands of St. Bernard
Alexander,
East by lands of L. G. Williams,
South by lands of Carrington Hosten,
West by lands of Lennie Bell.

26. 9.56. A lot of land situate at Byelands St.
Andrew's, containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lands of Walter Knight,
East by lands of Robert Modeste,
South by lands of Solie Lewis,
West by lands of Zela Noel.

16.11.56. A lot of land situate at Tuilleries St.
Andrew's containing A acre bounded :
North by lands of Norbcrt George,
East by lands of Clarke Carrman,
South by lands of Joseph Hassan,
West by land of Government Road.


24.10.56. A lot of land situate at Mt. Repoe St..,
Andrew's containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lands of A. R. Campbell,
East by lands of A. R. Campbell,
South by lands of Norman and John
Issac
West by lands of Mervyn Lowhar.

20. 9,56. A lot of land situate at Grand Bacolet,
St. Andrew's, containing j acre bounded
North by lands of Celina Alexander,
East by lands of Government Road,
South by lands of Agatha Henry,
West by lands of Alize Lalitte.

2.10.56. A lot of land situate at Mt. Sinai, St.,
Andrew's containing 1 acle bounded :
North by lands of Samuel Brown,
Fast by lands of Owen Joseph,
South by lands of Joseph John,
West by lands of Eric Alexander.

12.11.56. A lot of land situate at Bamboo(Munich)
St. Andrew's containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lanas of Sarah Robert,
East by lanas of Nathaniel WaLott,
South by lands of Abel Alexis,
West by lands of Nathaniel Walcott.

26. 9.'6. A lot of lard situate at Mamma Cannts
St. Andrew's containing 1 a.ce bounded:
North by lards of Emily G :orge,
East by lands of Eddy John,
South by lands of Peter Felix,
West by lands of Rose Sylvester.

1.10.56. A lot of land situate at Rose Hill
(Munich) St. Andrew's, containing
1 acre bounded :
North by lands of Eastron Francis,
East by lands of Gregory George,
South by lands of Mrs. Navy Edwards,
West by lands of Leanora Peters.


Time and Date
of Inspection



9 a.m. on
Tuesday 8th
January, 1957.


9 a.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1957.




2 p.m. on
Tuesday, 8th,
January, 1957.



9 a.m. on
Wednesday, 9th
January, 1957.




9 a.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1757.




2 p.m. on
Tuesday, 8th
January, 1957..



2 p.m. on
January, 8th
January, 1957.



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564 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 29, 1956.-(No. 75.)


Name and Address
of Application


Augustine Charles,
Hope,
St. Andrew's.




Henrietta Henry,
Munich,
St. Andrew's.




Beatrice Bishop,
LaTante,
St. David's.




P. J. Francis,
Marlmount,
St. David's.



Winifred Lambert,
Perdmontemps,
Laura,
St. David's.



Hewitson Hagley,
Chamfleur,
St. David's.



Arica Bruno,
Calivigny,
St. George's.




Jane Pierre,
Snig Corner,
St. Georges',.


Date of
Application


Description of land


28. 9.56. A lot of land situate at Tuilleries, St.,
Andrew's containing acre bounded :
North by lands of Vitas Mason,
East by lands of Rose Alexander,
South by lands of D. A. Henry,
West by lands of Emily Telesford.

20. 9.56. A lot of land situate at Tuilleries, St.
Andrew's, containing 2 acres bounded :
North by lands of Lena Antoine,
East by lands of F. E. Batt,
South by lands of Emily Telesford,
West by lands of Rose Alexander.

20.11.56. A lot of land situate at La Tante St.
David's, containing 1 acre abounded :
North by lands of Lennard Sargeant,
East by lands of Gregory Bain,
South by lands of Alphas Alexander,
West by lands of John Alexander.

24.11.56. A lot of land situate at Marlmont St.
David's, containing 1L acres bounded :
North by lands of J. B. Renwick,
East by lands of Mrs. Loriana Thomas,
West by lands of Veritimus Morain.

2.11.56. A lot of land situate at Mt. Rose, St.
David's, containing I acre bounded :
North by lands of Henry Mapp,
East by lards of Mt. Delice Estate,
South by lands of Morne Delice Estate
West by lands of Levi Peters.

1.11.56. A lot of land situate at Mt. Tranquil St.
David's, containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lands of Richardson George,
East by lands of Veronica LaTouche,
South by lands of Masters Antoine,
West by lands of Madona Hagley.

8.11.56. A lot of land situate at Calivigny, St.
George's, containing 21 acres bounded:
North by lands of Leopold Cromwell,
East by lands of Benjamin Charles,
South by lands of Miriam Mitchell,
West by lands of Public Main Road and
Louisa Sedly.

12.11.56. A lot of land situate at Snug Corner, St.
George's, containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lands of Govt. Main Road,
East by lands of F. A. Cobb,
South by lands of Victoria Julien,
West by lands of Felecia Cooper.


Time and Date
of Inspection




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GRENADA.


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




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