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VOL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1957. [No. 8.
MR. R. 15. COTTRELI, newly appointed
Financial and Economic Adviser, Windward
Islands, arrived in Grenada on 3rd F-bruary, 1957,
ISS ISMAI STEELE, Supernumerary Class I
Clerk, has been appointed to act as a Class I
Clerk, Police Department, with effect from 1st
9th February, 1957.
r. F. 321.
and assumed duty on 4tht reoruary, iV37/.
I R. G. LASHLEY, Class I. Clerk, Police
2nd February, 1957. .U Department, has been granted 291 days
pre-retirenient leave with effect from 1st February,
P. F. 1957.
9th February, .1957.
P. F. 63
Committee On Controlled Housing Scheme
At Woodlands, St. George's. .SICK LEAVE.
No. 35. R. C. B. GIBBs, Assistant Administrator has
Sl been granted 28 days sick leave with effect
THE following-persons have been appointed to from 10th January, 1957.
T serve on an ad hoc Committee which is being i
set up in connection with the proposed housing 9th January, 1957.
scheme at Woodlands St. George's :- P. F 1'.
The Land Settlement Officer (Chairman), No. 39.
S The Principal Assistant Secretary, | FI~E Right Honourable the Secretary of State
Ministry of Social Services, for the Colonies has notified the Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Hoer
The Acting Superintendent of Public Works, Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to
The Agricultural Assistant, the following Ordinances of the Grenada Legisla-
South St. George's, ture :-
Mr. Sidney Gellineau. No. 15 of 1956.-An Ordinance to amend the
2. The terms of reference of the Commit- Libel and Slander Ordinance, 1956.
tee are as follows :- No. 18 of 1956.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Public Health Ordinance, (Cap. 180).
(i) to select eighty of the most deserving No. 19 of 1956.-An Ordinance to amend the
cases from amongst the applicants for Hotels Aid Ordinance, 1953.
land under the proposed scheme, and
(ii) to recommend to Government the price
which should be paid for the plots.
5th February, 1957.
M. P. TP 629 X.
I Government Office,
S 9th February, 1957.
(;EO. F. HOSTEN,
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1957.-(No: 8.)
SREWARD of $1,000 is offered to any person
giving information leading directly to the
capture of Festus LEWIS, alias "Spider", alias
"Roy Haywood", alias "Matthew Haywood',
alias "Blows" of St. Pauls, Grenada, a labourer
and stevedore, wanted for Murder.
DESCRIPTION AS FOLLOWS:
About 5 Ft. H Inches in height, stout build,
brown complexion, round and wrinkled face with
high cheek bones, scar on left cheek, mole on left
forearm, black and curly hair, gold capped teeth at
front of mouth, little finger missing on left hand,
and walks with rolling gait and chest up,
Information will be treated with the strictest
(Sgd) J H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Plolice.
Grenada, 3. W. I.
6th February, 1957.
ECTION 399 of Chapter 55 of the Laws of
TGrenada, 1934, is hereby published for the
general information of the public .-
Whoever, knowing or having reason to
believe that any person has committed or has
been convicted of any crime, aids conceals or
harbours.the person, with the purpose of en-
abling him to avoid lawful arrest or the ex-
ecution of his sentence, shall, if the crime is
punishable with death or with imprisonment
Sor ten years or upwards, be liable to imprison-
ment for five years, or shall if the crime is a
felony other than aforsaid, be liable to im-
prisonment for two years, or shall, if the crime
is a misdemeanor, be liable to imprisonment
for six months. "
J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Central Agricultural Rehabilitation Committee.
THE following appointment to Agricultural Area
Committee No. VII, St. Andrew's Central, is
published for general information:-
Mr. F. E. BATT, LaDigue, St. Andrew's (Re-
presenting Grenada Banana Co-Operative Society).
4th February, 1957.
T is. hereby notified for general information that
during the month of January 1957, the follow-
ing persons have ..bbeen granted Auctioneers'
Licences, under'Oiddiance No. 12 of 1951:-
M~r. A Norris Hughes, J.P., St. George's
Mr. M. A. Bullen, St. Paul's
SMr. F. J. Arihibald, St. George's.
G.E. C. STANFORD,
80th January, 1957.
Towns Administration Ordinance- Cap. 225.
NOTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
-. :i i' aspect of the Town of St. George may
be seen 't the Treasury, and in respect of the
other Towns at the respective District Revenue
Offices, from the 1st day of February, to the
30th day of April next, and that attendance will be
given at such offices for the purpose of receiving
the rates mentioned in the Assessment Lists.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
30th January, 1957.
OTICES of Employers Returns have been sent
to all Employers and Heads of Government
Departments, and those co-operation of these Em-
ployers is requested so that the returns may he
received at the Income Tax Department not later
than the 28th February next.
The Income Tax Ordinance, Cap. 103, provides
that it shall be the duty of every employer to
send in such return. Failure to do so within the
prescribed period carries a penalty not exceeding
H. R. SCIPIO,
Acting Comptroller of Inland Revenue.
30th January, 1957.
ftHE Income Tax Ordinance states that :-
It shall be the duty of every person
chargeable with tax to give notice to the Comr
missioner within three months after the com-
mencement of any year of assessment, (that is
1st January of any year) that he is so charge-
2. Notices of Return have been sent out by
the Income Tax Department, but it is the duty of
taxpayers to ensure that they get such a form and
make a return as required by Law. (Forms are
obtainable from the District Revenue Offices).
3. Failure to submit such a Retirn within
the prescribed time renders the taxpayer liable to
a penalty not exceeding 100% of the tax payable.
H. R. SCIPIO,
Ag. Comptroller of Inland Revenue.
30th January, 1957.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1957.--(No. :8.)
TpHERE will be offered for sale by Pul.lic
L auction commencing at 10. 00 a. m. on the
21st day of March 1957, at the Warehouses at
Tanteen, and Burns Point, St. George's the
several goods salvaged as a result of the des-
truction of the Pier by hurricane "Janet" on the
.22nd September, 1955. These goods include :-
15 cases Glassware and Earthenware
5 cases Paint
100 cases Candles
1 drum Cooking Oil
5 drums Wines
.and over 300 items of other merchandise.
Detailed list may be inspected at the Customs,
-Harbour Master's Office, and Auctioneer's Office.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Treasury & Customs Department,
6th Februnry, 1957.
:f1IHERE will be a Publc Auction of one (1) cow.
1 and one (1) heifer at the Tivoli Agricultural
Station on Thursday 14th February, at 1.30 p.m.
G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Arting Supe;iMtei.,1int of Airicuitiu'e.
Grenada Volunteer Constabulary.
SRIILLS and Lectures for the Grenada Vol-
unteer Constabulary will recommence with
-effect from Friday 8th February, 1957.
Parades will thereafter be held on TUESDAYS
and FRIDAYS of each week from 5.00 p.m. to
J. H. VOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
22nd January, 1957.
IT 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 ihe economic, fiscal and
other technical problems involved in the
establishment of a Customs Union for the
Federal area, bearing in mind the possible
accession of British rGuiana and' British
Honduras, and to work out a scheme for
a Customs Union, to be implemented, if
necessary, by stages."
\t a Conferencee of Liaison Officers to the Com-
mission appointed by the Unit 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 of local conditions, to hold preliminary dis-
cussions with interested parties and to stimulate
general interest in the subject of a Customs-Union,
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 hearing upon the subject should be avail-
able for the consideration not later than 28th
February 1957. 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.
Vacant Post Of Librarian Public Library,
St. Vincent, B. W. I.
PPLICATIONS are invited for the vacant
post of Librarian, Public Library, St. Vincent.
The salary of the post is in the scale $1368 x $
72-$2160 per annum together with a pensionable
pay addition of 20% of salaries, and commencing
salary will depend on the qualifications and exper-
ience of the Officer.
The Officer will be responsible for the running
and organisation of the Public Library in Kings-
town and for the organisation and supervision of
various branch libraries throughout the Colony,
and will be required to perform such other duties
connected with Library work as may from time to
time be assigned by the Administrator.
Preference will be given to applicants who pos-
sess the Associateship Certificate of the English
The post is pensionable, and any claim to pens-
ion acquired in respect of previous Colonial Service
will be retained. Free first class passages are pro-
vided for the Officer, and up to four members of his
family, namely a total of five in all, on first
appointment only. No assisted passages are grant-
ed on leave.
Applications should be addressed to the Assistant
Administrator and Establishment Officer, Govern-
ment Office, St. Vincent, and should reach him not
later than 15th February, 1957.
St. Vincent, B. W. I.
3rd. January, 1957.
52 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1957.--(No. 8.)
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Harvesting Of Coconut Crop From Govern-
ment Lands In The Morne Rouge Area.
r lENDERS are invited for the sole right to har-
1 vest the coconut crop from the Government
lands in the Morne Rouge Area during the remain-
der of the year 1957, commencing 1st March, 1957.
The Contract will be liable to be terminated by
one month's notice on either side.
The Government does not bind itself to accept
the highest or any tender.
Tenders should be addressed to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, to reach him by noon on Friday,
15th February, 1957.
Ministry of Trade and production,
Maintenance Of Government Lands In the
Morne Rouge Area.
fl ENDERS are invited for the maintenance of
I the undermentioned areas of Government
Lands in the Morne Rouge Area on a monthly
(1) That reclaimed area of land bounded on the
North-West by the sea, on the South-East
by the Main Road to Quarantine Station,
on the South-West by lands occupied by
A. O. SEON and on the North-East by
(2) Approximately 16 acres of land cultivated
in coconuts and bounded on the North-West
by the sea, on the South-West by area (1)
North-East by area (3) and on the South-
East by Grand Anse Road and part of area
3) Approximately 16 acres at present unclear-
ed and bounded on the North-West by the
sea, on the North-East by lands of GEO.
BANFIELD, on the South-East by Grand
Anse Road and on the South-West by area
The Contractor should include in his tender for
grass-cutting and clearing, drain-cleaning includ-
ing sea heads, clearing of blocks, control of weeds,
under-growth and defective or overhanging trees,
prevention of grazing, and any other matter neces-
sary for the proper upkeep of the area except
maintenance of roads and buildings. The Con-
tract for 1957 will commence on 1st March, 1357,
and may be terminated by one month's notice on
either side. Tenders should be addressed to the
Chairman, Tenders board, and should reach him
by noon on Friday, 15th February, 1957.
The Government does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.
Ministry of Trade and Production,
Vacant Post Of Harbour Master & Chief
Pilot, St. Lucia.
PI'PLICATIONS are hereby invited from suit-
.. able persons for the post of Harbour Master
and Chief Pilot, St. Lucia, which is expected to
become vacant early in 1957.
Salary Etc : The Salary of the post, which is
permanent and pensionable, is at the rate of $3,840
per annum plus a sa!ary increase of .20% which has-
been recently approved.
Quarters are no/t pro\ ided.
Passages, Leave Etc: Free first class pas-
sages, not exceeding five passages in all, will be
provided on first appointment for the office;, his
wife and children who are under 18 years of age,
unmaried and dependent upon him. The officer's
family should accompany him or join him withiin
twelve months of hi: appointment to qualify for
The officer will be eligible for vacation leave at
the rate ot 45 days for each completed period of
12 months resident service, accumulating up to a
maximum of 160 days. Leave passages will be
provided in accordance with lo'ai General Orders.
Qualifications: Candidates must possess a
Pilot's Certificate for ocean-going boats and must
have experience of shipping, harbour maintenance,
wharf management and stevedoring, and the oper-
ation of light houses.
Duties : Administration of the Port & Marine
Department, control and maintenance of all light
houses, wharves and jetties in St. Lucia, general
control of shipping within territorial waters of the
Colony; pilotage of ships, service on board of Ex-
aminers for local pilots: such other duties as are
prescribed in the Merchant Shipping Act and local
legislation and as may be assigned to the holder of
the post from time to time. The officer is subject
to Colonial Regulations, General Orders and Fin-
ancial Rules which may be in fcrce in the Wind-
ward Islands from time to time.
Application : Applications must be in the
candidate's own handwriting and should give the
(b) Schools, Colleges, etc., at which educat-
ed, and certificates and qualifications obtain-
ed, with dates.
(c) Nature of present and past employment,
(d) Emoluments earned in present post ( or
post in which last employed).
(e) Past experience in work similar to that
required in the post now advertised.
(f) Marital status and number of children.
Applicants should also furnish copies of testi-
monials which will not be returned) certified as true
copies by a Justice of the Peace, Minister of Relig-
ion, or a Head of a Government Department.
Applications which do not contain the required
information will not be considered.
Applications should be addressed to the Secret-
ary of the Public Service Commission, Govern-
ment Office, Castries, St. Lucia, and should reach
him not later than 15th February, 1957.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1957.-(No. 8.) 5E
Vacant Post Of Matron, Maternity Hospital,
PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
iL to the above post.
Duties: The Matron will be in charge of the
Hospital and will be responsible for the care of
cases in hospital and the training of the pupil
midwives in practical midwifery. She will be re-
(juired to assist in giving lectures on the nursing of
The Matron is responsible to the Director of
Medical Services for the overall administration of
(c) Three to five years' experience in practical
midwifery, preferably in an acceptable in-
(d) Some administrative experience required,
not necessarily in a purely administrative
Appointment and Salary: The post is full-
time and non-pensionable with salary in the scale
$3,600 x 96-$4,080 per annum. Point of entry
will depend on professional qualifications and ex-
perience. Appointment will be on agreement for
a period of three years, renewable, with passage
expenses of officer payable on appointment and on
satisfactory completion of agreement up to sum
not exceeding $1,920 each way. If the officer is a
contributor to an approved superannuation scheme
employer's share will be paid by Government.
Quarters: Furnisned quarters are provided.
The amount chargeable for rent has not yet been
Qualifications: determined but will not exceed lC% of salary.
(a) State Registration of Nurses in the United !Applications giving full particulars, qualifications
SKi t gdm. and experience and accompanied by two testimon-
iMgdom. ials, should be addressed to the Chief Secretary,
(b) Certificates of the Central Midwives Board Government Head Quarters, Bay Street, St.
of England and Wales. Michael, to reach him by the 15th February!, 1957.
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1952.
IN pursuance of the requirements of section 3 (2) (a) of the Aid to Pioueonr Irndutries Ordinance,
1952, it is hereby notiited for general information tlat the Governor in Council proposes to make
the undermentioned Order under section 3 of the said Ordinance.
Any person who objects to the making of such Order shall give notice in writing of his objection
and of the grounds on which he relies in support thereof to the Clork of the Executive Council on or
beforee the 26th February, 19.37.
V. AUGUSTUS ALLEYNE,
Clcrk of thc Executice Council.
1957 Aid to Pioneer Industries s1RO.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO.
Order made by the Governor in Council under section 3 (i) of the
Aid to Pioneer Indastries Ordinance, 1952.
1. Short title. This Order may be cited as the
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (RE-MANUFACTURE OF WORN
MOTOR VEHICLE TYRES) ORDER, 1957.
2. Declaration of Pioneer Industry. The re-manufacture of worn motor vehicle tyres is
hereby declared to be a pioneer industry and re-manufactured motor vehicle tyres are hereby declared
to be pioneer products for the said purposes. .- .,
Made by the Governor in Council this
Clerk of the Executive, Coutncil.
T.P. 2045 G.
54 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 9, 1957.-(No. 8.)
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
Effective from 14th January, 1957,
Current Advances for Nutmeos and Mace are as follow:
( HAD ES
Dried Whole Mace
Dried Broken Mace
O. IVOR O'BRIEN,
Date fixed : 7th January, 1957. Secretary.
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