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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


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VOL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1957. [No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

No. 110.
HIS Excellency Sir COLVILLE DEVERELL,
K.C.M.G., C.V.O., O.B.E., Governor and
Commander-in-Chief of the Windward Islands,
left St. Lucia for the United Kingdom on vacation
leave.
18th April, 1957.
P.F. 886.

No. 111.
IS Excellency the Governor being absent from
the Windward Islands, His Honour HENRY
LAWRENCE LINDO, C.M.G., Administrator of
Dominica and Senior Resident Administrator in
the Windward Islands, assumed the Administra-
tion of the Government of the Windward Islands
on 13th April, 1957, after taking the prescribed
oaths.
20th April, 1957.
P.F. 532.

APPOINTMENT.
No. 112.
ER MAJESTY THE QUEEN has been pleased
to give directions for the appointment of
Mr. GARNEL HAMILTON GORDON, C.B.E., to be
one of Her Majesty's Counsel for the Colony of
St. Lucia.
18th April, 1957.
P.F. 366.

No. 113.
R. C. E. L. PITT, Barrister-at-Law, has been
appointed as Magistrate, Eastern District,
and Additional Magistrate. Northern, Western
and Southern Districts, with effect from Ist April,
1957.
20th April, 1957.
P.F. 75.


No. 114.
MR. DECOSTA NYACK has been appointed
Secretary-Warden, St. Patrick's District
Board, with effect from 1st May, 1957.
17th April, 1957.
s.s. 338D,

STUDY LEAVE.
No. 115.
MR. RoY ST. JOHN, Acting Chief Public Health
SInspector, has been granted 90 days vaca-
tion leave with effect from 7th April, 1957, and
has proceeded to the United Kingdom for purposes
of study.
18th April, 1957.
P.F. 693


ACTING APPOINTMENT.
No. 116.
ONSEQUENT upon the grant of vacation leave
to Mr. ROY ST. JOHN, Acting Chief Public
Health Inspector, Mr. F. R. HAMILTON, Acting
Senior Public Health Inspector, has been appointed
to act as Chief Public Health Inspector, with
effect from 8tb April, 1957.

18th April, 1957.
P.F. 349.


CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT.
No. 117.
W ITH reference to Gazelte Notice No. 58 of
1955, Mr. S. A, Me NEILLY has been con-
firmed in the post of Harbour Master, with effect
from 1st March, 1955.
20th April, 1957.
P.F. 163.


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1.76 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No 21.)


SECONDMENT.


No. 118.
DR. B. A. RAPIER, Medical Superintendent,
Colony Hospital, has been transferred on
secondment to Dominica as Senior Medical Officer,
with effect from 11th April, 1957.
18th April, 1957.
PF 499.

No. 119.
THE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
for the Colonies has notified the Governor
that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to
the following Ordinances of the Grenada Legisla-
ture :-
No. 17 of 1956-An Ordinance to amend the
Trade Unions and Trade Disput s Ordin-
ance, 1951.
No 25 of 1956-An Ordinance to amend the
Forest Soil and Water Conservation Or-
dinance, 1949,
No. 30 of 1956.-An Ordinance to legalise the
expenditure cf certain sums of money paid
from the General Revenue for the service
of the Colony for the period from the first;
day of January to the thirty-first day of
December, one thousand nine hundred and
fifty-five in addition to the sums already
sanctioned under the Appropriation Ordi-
nance, 1955.

By Command,

R. A. DANIEL,
for Administrator.
Government Office,
20th April, 1957.


GRENADA AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIP

PPLICATIONS are invited for the award of
an Agricultural Scholarship tenable at the
Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture for a
period of three years, beginning about October,
1957.
Applicants should submit the following parti-
culars :
(a) Birth Certificate;
(b) Evidence of attendance at a school in this
colony for NOT LESS THAN THREE
YEARS preceding the application;
(c) Testimonials from two persons other than
school teachers under whom education
was received;
(d) Testimonials from Head Teachers of the
schools in the colony which they have
attended giving all significant details of
school career ?
(e) School Leaving Certificate of the University
of Cambridge Examinations Syndicate, or
an equivalent examining body showing
that the applicant has passed in one or
more subjects of the Science Group;
(f) A Certificate of fitness from a Medical
Officer;
(g) Evidence of British Nationality.


Applications will be considered by the Scholar-
ship Selection Committee after which nominations
will be submitted to the Governor in Council for
the final award.
Applications must.be submitted to the Admini-
strator, Grenada, not later than 10th May, 1957.
Government Office,
Grenada,
12th April, 1957.


WINDWARD ISLANDS FREE TUITION SCHOLAR-
SHIP IN AGRICULTURE.

APPLICATIONS in writing for the award of a
free tuition scholarship in Agriculture tenable
at the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture,
Trinidad, beginning about October, 1957, will be
received at the Government Office not later than
30th April, 1957.
Applicants should submit the following particu-
lars:
(a) Birth Certificate.
(b) Evidence of attendance at a school in this
Colony for not less than 3 years
preceding the application.
(c) Testimonials from 2 persons other than
school teachers under whom education
received.
(d) Testimonials from Head Teachers of
those schools in the Colony which have
been attended, giving all significant
details of school career.
(e) School Leaving Certificate of the Univer-
sity of Cambridge Examination Syndi-
cate, or of a similar examining body
showing that the applicant has passed
in a subject or subjects of the Science
Group.
(f) A Medical Officer's certificate showing
that the applicant is in a normal state
of health, and generally fit and strong
enough to pursue the full study course
at the Imperial College of Tropical
Agriculture, Trinidad.
(g) Evidence of British Nationality.
Applications will be considered by the Public
Service Commission after which nominations will
be submitted to His Excellency the Governor, who
will make the award to a candidate from
the Windward Islands. Applications should be
addressed to the Secretary of the Public Service
Commission and should reach him not later than
30th April, 1957.
The Scholarship is in respect of tuition fees
only, and no assistance is provided for subsistence
and travelling.

Government Office,
Grenada,
9th April, 1957,


VACANT POST.

Shorthand Writer, Legislative Council,
Grenada.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to the
vacant post of Shorthand Writer, Legislative Coun-













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.)


cil, Grenada. The post which is that of an Adminis-
trative Assistant in the General Civil Service, is
pensionable. The successful candidate will, how-
ever, be on .probation for one year in the first
instance. On the satisfactory conclusion of the
probationary appointment, the appointee will be
confirmed. The appointee will be subject to
Colonial Regulations, General Orders, Financial
Rules, and such other Orders as may from time
to time be in force.
2. The salary attached to the post is in the
scale $2,592 x $96-$2,880 together with a pension-
able pay addition of 20 per cent of salary. A
point of entry in the scale may be fixed in
accordance with the candidate's qualifications and
experience.
3. The duties of the Shorthand Writer are as
follows :-
(i) attending meetings of the Legislative
Council and recording the proceedings
accurately in shorthand ;
(ii) transcribing the notes taken and making
typewritten copies thereof ;
(iii) undertaking any other duties that may be
assigned by the Administrator.
4. Candidates should be in possession of at least
the Cambridge School Certificate or its equivalent,
and must be capable of writing accurate shorthand
at a speed of not less than 150 words per minute
and of typewriting at a speed of not less than 60
words per minute. Previous experience in legisla-
ture and court reporting will be an advantage.
5. Vacation leave is earned at the rate of 45
days for each completed month of resident service
up to a maximum of 180 days, subject to the com-
pletion of a minimum tour of service of two years.
6. A candidate, if selected from overseas, would
be provided with passages to Grenada for himself,
his wife and children (if any) not exceeding five
persons in all, provided that they either accompany
him to Grenada or join him here within twelve
months of his departure for the Colony : (children
to be under 18 years of age, unmarried and
dependent on the officer).
7. Applications should be in the candidate's
own handwriting and should state:--
(i) age ;
(ii) school or schools or University at which
education and certificates or diplomas
obtained ;
(iii) nature of present and past employment
with dates;
(iv) amount of monthly salary or wages
earned in the post in which applicant was
last employed;
(v) past experience in work of the same or
similar kind to that required for this
post;
(vi) certified copies of at least two testi-
monials should be forwarded.
8. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary of the Public Service Commission,
Government Office, to reach him not later than
36th April, 1957.
9. Applicants alreacfy in the Public Service
must submit their applications through the normal
official channels.

Govermnent Office,
Grenada, B.W.I.,
March, 1957.


NOTICE.

IT is hereby notified for general information
that it is proposed to arrange a course of
training in Radiography (X-Ray Technology) at
the X-Ray Department of the Kingston Public
Hospital, which is a recognized training centre of
the Society of Radiographers, London, to com-
mence in October, 1957.
The course will extend over a minimum period
of 2 years, and is designed to prepare student
Radiographers for the membership examination
of the Society of Radiographers.
Applications of student radiographers who
propose to attend this course should be forwarded
through the Administrator, Grenada, for trans-
mission to the Government of Jamaica as early
as possible.

Government Office,
Grenada.
3rd April, 1957.


Caribbean Exhibition, 1957.

LL persons who are willing and/or have pro-
mised to furnish exhibits for the Caribbean
Exhibition to be held in Trinidad during the period
3rd to 19th May, 1957, are kindly asked to present
their exhibits at the Youth Centre, Melville Street,
St. George's, between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
12.00 noon during the period 15th to 24th April,
1957, except on public holidays.

Ministry of Trade and Production,
Grenada.
11th April, 1957.


EDUCATION NOTICE.

Cambridge Examinations-December 1957.

OTICE is hereby given that the above examina-
tions will take place in December as usual.
The Entry Forms must be returned duly com-
pleted and accompanied by Treasury Receipts for
the Fees on or before Friday, 1ist May, 1957.
The Fees payable are :-


(a) For the School Certificate


$16.20


(b) For the Higher School Certificate :
Entry Fee payable by all candidates
For each Principal subject
For each Subsidiary subject
For the General Paper


3.60
4.80
2.40
2.40


To these must be added the following local fees:-
(a) School Certificate 3.60


(b) Higher School Certificate


5.00


An additional Fee of $2.40 must be paid by
each candidate taking Science in any form (except
Hygiene).

H. H. PILGRIM,
Local Secretary.


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NOTICE TO MARINERS.

Admiralty Chart 2821

THE buoy which marked the outer edge of the
reef on the northern side of the Grenville
Channel (commonly known as outer-north- Reef
Buoy) about 4600 feet 116" from Customs House
Grenville is missing, but will be replaced as soon
as possible.

S. A. Mc. NEILLY,
Harbour Master.


NOTICE.

The Grenada Banana Co-Operative
Society.

EMBERS of the Grenada Banana Co-Opera-
tive Society are hereLy notified that a
General Meeting of Members of the Society wil!
be convened on Tuesday the 30th day of April
1957, at 10. 00 a.m. at the Chamber of Corrmerce
Rooms on the Carenage, St. George's, at which six
members will be elected to serve on the Committee
of Management for the ensuing period of Twelve
Months.
A copy of the Register of Members is at the
Office at Scott Street, St. George's.
Dated this 26th day of March 1957.

W. A. KNIGHT,
Secretary, G. B. C. S.

NOTICE.

THE public are hereby notified that due to the
dry season a water shortage now exists in the
St. George's, St. Paul's, Morne Jaloux, Piedmon-
temps. Belmont and Grand Anse areas.
Owners of motor vehicles are therefore asked to
desist from using pipe borne water for washing
their cars, buses, etc.
The co-cperation of householders is requested
in an effort to conserve the general supply by
avoiding all waste and careless use of water for
domestic purposes in kitchens, baths etc, and com-
plete cessation of watering gardens.
K. M. JOHNSON
Ag. Superintendent of Public Works.
Public WVorks Department,
St. George's,
25th March, 1957.


LIVESTOCK SALE.

tHERE will be offered for sale by Public
T Auction at Limlair Agricultural Station,
Carriacou, on Thursday the 18th instant at p.m.
the following animals:-

One (1) native cow
One two-year old bull.

G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Superintendent of Agriculture (A i.).


NOTICE.
DANGER-KITES.

THE flying of kites in any street or in the vicinity
of overhead electric wires is dangerous nnd is
an offence against the laws of Grenada.
Kites may be safely flown at Queen's Park, or
Spout Lands.
(Sgd) J. H. HOLLEY,
Ohief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
6th April, 1957.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY
Towns Administration Ordinance- Cap. 225.

OTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
in respect of the Town of St. George may
be seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the
other Towns at the respective District Revenue
Offices, from the 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,
Financial Secretary.
30th January, 1957.


Under the Water Supply Ordinance Cap. 240.

OTICE is hereby given that the assessment
list for Water Rates for the year 1957, is
finally determined, and may be seen at the Trea-
sury, St. George's and the respective District
Revenue Offices, between the 1st day of May and
the 31st day of July, 1957, and that attendance
will be given during that period for the purpose of
receiving the rates fixed by the several District
Boards.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury,
April, 1957.


POST OFFICE.
Grenada/Carriacou Mail and Passenger
Service.

Itinerary during the Easter Holiday, 1957.

AUXILIARY Schconer' "Lydina A" will
observe the following itinerary :-
Leave St. George's on Wednesday, 17th April,
1957, at 2.03 p.m.
Leave Carriacou on Thursday, 18th April, 1H57,
at 2.00 p.m.
Leave St. George's on Saturday 20th, April,
1957, at L2.00 p.m.
Leave Carriacou oi Wednesday, 24th April,
1957, at 9.C0 a.m.
Colonial Postmaster.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.) 17,


Notice To Mariners.


I ARlINERS are hereby notified that the con-
Screte pillar surmounted by block rectangle
marked "10ft" in Castries harbour marking southern
edge of "VieilleVilie" shall is now missing. Posi-
tion is temporarily marked by black barrel buoy.

Ministry of Communications & \Vorks
St. George s.
7th March. 1957.


NOTICE,

Vacant Post Federal-Government of the West
Indies.

Federal Architect.

PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
1L Federal Architect on the establishment of the
Federal Government of the WVest Indies, to pro-
mote and supervise the development in Trinidad,
of the new capital of the Federation of the \Vest
Indies.
2. Appointment would be on contract for a
period of five years with salary at the rate of
$,12,000 B. W. I. (2, 500) per annum.
3. Passages: Free passages would be pro-
vided on appointment and termination of contract
;not exceeding five persons in all) for the officer,
his wife, and children who are under 18 years and
unmarried and dependent upon him.
4. Leave: Vacation leave would be granted at
the rate of 45 days per annum.
5. Leave passages: Eligible for return leave
passages, not exceeding the cost of three adults
fares to the United Kingdom after completing a
tour of not less than 21 years.
6. Quarters : If quarters are provided, a rental
of 10 per cent of basic salary would be payable for
them and, if furniture is provided, a rental of 5 per
cent of its assessed value would be payable annu-
ally. If quarters are not provided, an allowance
equal to the amount by which the the approved
rental of quarters exceeds 10 per cent of basic
salary would be payable to the officer.
7. Medical: Free medical attention would not
be provided but free operative treatment, X-Ray
examinations and bacteriological service would be
provided for the officer only.
8. The development of a new capital site will
include the preparation by nominated specialists of
a Master Plan for the site; the promotion of archi-
tectural competitions for the principal government
buildings; the supervision of building contracts;
and the setting up of Town Planning Control of
development in the Federal District.
9. Applicants should be qualified Architects
(Associates of the Royal Irstirute of British Archi-
tects or other internationally recognized bodies)
with experience in physical planning and preferably
experience with either the New Towns, the
London County Council, or other public or Gov-
ernment Authorities having large development
programmes or in an office with an established and
progressive practice


10. It is desired that the post should be filled
at an early date, in order that the preliminary work
in connection with the Capital s;t : srbe com-
menced as early as possible after t1 _election of
the site in Trinidad in April, 1971.
11. Applications, giving details of age, qualifi-
cations and experience, should be submitted to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission not later
than the 30th Ap: il, 195;.
They should be accompanied by the names and
addresses of two persons in the capacity of personal
referees and of two other persons in the capacity
of referees for professional experience.

Government Office,
St. George's,
Grenada,
I1th March, 1957.


NOTICE.

APPLICATIONS ace invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to the
post of Agricultural Officer (Research) Camden
Park Experimental Station, Department of Agri-
culture, St. Vincent, particulars of which are as
follows :-
Appointment: The post is non-pensionable
and the appointment will be on a contractual basis,
or on secondment, for a period of 2- years in the
first instance. The pension rights of any pension-
able seconded officer will be preserved.
Duties : The duties of the office will be those
assigned to him by the Superintendent of Agricul-
ture to whom lie will be directly responsible. The
duties will include the general administration of
the 100 acre Camden Park Experiment Station
with the direction and supervision of subordinate
staff. Investigational work with all aspects of
cultivation and testing of a widow range of cash
crops and food crops and the compiling of the
necessary statistics. Supervision of the manage-
ment of Livestock, comprising breeding stock of
cattle, pigs, goats, sheep and poultry on the Station.
Qualifications: The minimum qualification
required is the Diploma of the Imperial College
of Tropical Agricultnre or an equivalent degree,
with experience in Tiopical Agriculture. General
administration experience and knowledge of applied
research and extension work would be advantageous.
Salary: The salary is in the scale $3,360 x
$120-$4,32C, plus a p:Ly addition of 20% of salary.
Allowances : Travelling and Subsistence Al-
lowances are payable in accordinee with local regu-
lations, in respect of approved travel on duty
Quarters : Quarters are provided at the Station
for which rental will be charged at the rate of 10%
of salary or 5% of the assessed value of the quar-
ters, whichever is less.
Passages : Free passages to St. Vincent will
be provided on first appointment for the Offizer,
his wife and children, not exceeding five persons in
all ; Children to be under 18 years of age, unmar-
ried and dependent on the officer. In the case of a
contract appointment, free passages will be provid-
ed on the satisfactory termination of the contract.
Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation leave
on full salary will be granted in accordance with
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.)


appointment, 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 termination of the contract.
Leave passages are provided in accordance with
the Windward Islands Leave Passage Regulations.
Medical Attention: Free medical attention
and medicines are not provided.
Taxation : All Government officials are liable
to taxation imposed by local enactments.
General: The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General Orders, and
Financial and Store Rules and Subsidiary Legisla-
tion in force for the time being.
Applications giving full particulars of applicant,
and accompanied by two testimonials, should be
addressed to the Chief Secretary, Windward Is-
lands, Grenada, and should reach him not later
than the 31st May, 1957.

NOTICE.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to the
post of District Medical Officer, Dominica,
particulars of which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is pensionable but
an appointment may be made on a temporary non-
pensionable contractual basis for a period of 3 years
in the first instance. The appointment carries
with it liability to transfer to any medical post of
comparable status within the Windward Islands.
Salary: The salary is at the rate of $3,840
(300) per annum in the scale $3,840 (800) by
$120 (25) to $4,800 (1,000) per annum, plus a
pay addition of 20.
Allowances; Travelling and subsistence
allowances are payable in accordance with local
regulations in respect of approved travel on duty.
Private Practice: Private practice will be
permitted so long as this does not interfere with
the proper performance of the officer's duties.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided. Should
Government quarters become available at any
time rental would be charged at the rate of 10% of
salary or 5% of the assessed value of the quarters,
whichever is less.
Passages on Appointment : Free passages
to the Windward Islands will be provided on first
appointment 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. In the case of a contract appoint-
ment, free passages will be provided on the
satisfactory termination of the contract.
Leave Passages: Leave passages are pro-
vided in accordance with the Windward Islands
Leave Passage Regulations.
Duties : The officer will be required to perform
the usual duties of a Medical Officer, and will be
liable for service in any Institution or District of
the Colony in which he is serving. He will also
be required to attend to all patients who present
themselves at a Dispensary or Institution, free of
personal gain to himself and in accordance with
the general directions of the Senior Medical Officer.
All fees paid for Medical attention at a Dis-
pensary or Institution will accrue to Government.
Leave: Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted in accordance with local leave regulations.


In the case of a contract appointment, 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
termination of the contract.
General: The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General Orders,
Financial and Store Riles and subsidiary legis-
lation in force for the time being. All Govern-
ment officials are liable to taxation imposed by
local enactments.
Applications given full particulars of candidates'
qualifications and experience, and accompanied
by two testimonials, should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary. Windward Islands, Grenada, and
should reach him not later than the 30th April,
1957.


NOTICE.

VACANT POST OF DISTRICT INSPECTOR, EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT, BARBADOS.

SPPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
Il to a post of Disurict Inspector, Education
Department, Barbados.
Duties : In addition to regular inspection in a,
district of 30-40 primi.ry Schools, assistance in
teaching training, vacation courses, etc., the officer
will be required to foster the development of
science teaching appropriate to primary schools
and especially to secondary modern schools
throughout the island, and may be required to
assist in the inspection of other secondary schools.
Qualifications: A Science degree of a uni-
versity within the British Commonwealth, success-
ful experience in the school teaching of science,
and a broad knowledge of the teaching of science
at all levels of school education.
Appointment and Salary: The post is pen-
sionable with salary as follows :-
(c) with 1st or 2nd Class Honours or a second
degree obtained by examination-$4,560 x
192-$5,520 ;
(b) without 1st or 2nd Class Honours-$3,000
x 120-$3,360 : $3,528 x 141-$4,392.
Salary is subject to deduction of 4 per annum
under the Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme
unless the officer is already a contributor tc a
Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme of
another Colony.
Leave and Leave Passages: Leave is grant-
ed in accordance with local regulations. Leave
passages for officer and, if married, for his wife
are payable every three and half years in accord-
ance with the Civil Establishment (Leave Passages)
Order, 1952.
Passages: Cost of passages of 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 Regu-
lations 87-92.
Applications stating age, educational background,
qualifications and teaching experience, together
with two recent testimonials, should be addressed
to the Director of Education, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown, to reach him not later than 30th
June, 1957.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957,-(No. 21.)


NOTICE .

Animal Husbandry Officer, Department of
Agriculture, British Honduras.


1. Appointment. The appointment, which is
.non-pensionable, will be for a period of 3 years,
including leave, in the first instance. It will be
subject to a satisfactory medical examination as
well as to the Colonial Regulations and to the
General Orders of Briti.ds Hoind irs in force for
the time being.
2. Salary. The salary scale is *3,120 x 120-
$3,24(0 x 15C(-M,,740. E.1. .S-4,.920 x 380- $3,460
with entry at a point determined by any special
oau;lifications and experience. The current rate of
exchange of the BH dollar is -4 equals 1 steiliog.
Ha-lf salary wi.l be paid from tih date of mbiark-
ation, and full salary from the date of: arrival in
British H onduras.
3. Allowances. Travelling and subsistence
allowances are payable at local rates for approved
travel en duty. Under the present Regulations
.actual transport expenses are paid and subsistence
is at the rate of 2.50 a day for tne first 6 days
and $2 thereafter.
4. Gratuity. On satisfactory completion of
the appointment the officer will he entitled to a
gratuity equal to 10% of the total salary drawn
during the period of engagement.
5. Quarters. A Government quarter will be
provided at Central Farm, the Headquarters of the
Agricultural Department. Rent is charged at the
rate of 7,%" of salary, subject to a maximum rate
,of iS1SO a year. Heavy furniture is provided at a
rent of 6% a year of its total value.
6. Leave. Vacation leave on full salary will
be granted at the rate of 5 days for each completed
month of resident service, such leave to be taken
on the satisfactory completion of the period of
.engagement.
7. Passages. On first appointment free
passages will be provided for the officer, his wife
.and children, not exceeding five persons in all.
On leave free passages will be provided for the
officer, his wife and two children. Children should
be under 18 years, unmarried and dependent on
the officer.
8. Medical Attendance. Free medical treat-
ment at Government Hospitals will be provided
for the officer. On admission to Hospital the
maintenance charge is at the rate of $2 a day.
9. Income Tax. The officer will be liable to
income tax in accordance with local rates.
10. Duties. The officer will be responsible to
the Director of Agriculture for livestock policy.
His duties will entail extensive travelling
amongst cattle producers. He may be called upon
to act for the Veterinary Officer when the latter is
on leave.
11. Qualifications. Practical experience of
tropical livestock improvement programmes, es-
pecially in cattle and pasture work.
A degree in Argriculture will be an added advan-
tage.
12. Method of application. Applications should
reach the Colonial Secretary, Belize by the 15th
of May, 1957.


NOTICE.


PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
-L qualified candidates for appointment to the
post of Executive Engineer (Development) Public
Works Department St. Lucia, under Colonial
Development and Welfare Scheme D. 2752.
2. The post is non-pensionable and the appointee
will be on contract for the period ending 31st
March, 1959. The salary of the post is in the
scale of 80()0 x 25--1,000 plus 20% pay addi-
tion. The point of entry into the scale will be
determined according to the candidate's qualifica-
tion and experience.
3. Qualifications. The applicant should fulfill
the following requirements:-

(a) Qualified or have passed sections A & B
of the Associate Examination of the Insti-
tution of Civil Engineers;
(b) Have had at least two years' experience
on Engineering works. Experience in the
construction of low cost roads and a know-
ledge of road making plant would he an
advantage.
4. The appointee will be directly responsible to
the Colonial Engineer for the executive and finan-
cial control of the following C. D. & W. projects,
as he may direct (i) Feeder roads, (ii) Arterial
roads, (iii) Vigie Airport Extension, (iv) Buildings,
(v) Water Supplies, and such other duties as the
Colonial Engineer may direct from time to time.
5. 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 $300 per annum plus an additional mileage
allowance of 12 cents per mile travelled on duty.
6. The appointee will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and local orders in force for the time
being and to taxation at local rates.
7. Cost of passages for appointee and family (up
to a maximum of five) will be paid in the first in-
stance and on completion of contract unless person
appointed relinquishes appointment before expira-
tion of contract in which case return passages will
not be paid.
8. Leave will be granted on the satisfactory
completion of the contract on the basis of one
month for every completed period of twelve
months' service.
9. Applicants should furnish full details of quali-
fications and experience, accompanied by at least
two testimonials and a Certificate of Medical Fit-
ness. Applications should be addressed to:-

The Assistant Administrator and
Establishment Officer,
Government Buildings,
Castries,
St. Lucia, B.W.I.

to reach him not later than 30th April, 1957.

Government Office,
Castries, St. Lucia.
26th March, 1957.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.)


NOTICE.



PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the post
of Senior Medical Officer, St. Vincent, Windward
Islands, particulars of which are as follows:-

Appointment: The post is pensionable, but
an appointment may be made on a temporary
non-pensionable contractual basis for a period of 3
years in the first instance. The appointment
carries with it the liability to transfer to any
medical post of comparable status in the Wind-
ward Islands.
Salary: The salary of the post is at the rate
of $6,000 (1,250) per annum plus a pay addition
of 20(.' of salary.
Allowances : Travelling and subsistence allow-
ance are payable in accordance with local regula-
tions in respect of approv- d travel on duty.
Private Practice : Private practice of a con-
sultative nature only is allowed.
Quarters : Quarters are not provided. Should
Government quarters become available, the officer
will be required to pay rental not exceeding 10%
of his salary.
Passages : Free passages to the Windward
Islands will be provided on first appointment 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. In
the case of a contract appointment, free return
passages will be provided on the satisfactory com-
pletion of the contract.


NOTICE.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
S qualified persons for appointment to the post
of Senior Medical Officer, Dominica, Windward
Islands, particulars of which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is pensiouable, but
an appointment may be made on a temporary
non-pensionabie contractual basis for a period of
3 years in the first instance. The appointment
carries with it the liability to transfer to any med-
ical post of comparable status in the \indward
Islands.
Salary : The salary is at the rate of $6,000
(1,2501 per annum plus a pay addition of .
of salary.
Allowances: Travelling and subsistence al-
lowances are payable in accordance with locall
regulations in respect of approved travel on duty.
Private Practice. Private practice of a con-
sultative nature only is allowed.

Quarters Quarters are not provided. Should
Government quarters become available at any time
rental would be cl:arzed at the rate of 1C", of
salary or 5% of the assessed value of the quarters,
whichever is less.
Passages: Free passages to the Windward
Islands will be provided on first appointment 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. In
the case of a contract appointment, free return
passages will be provided on the satisfactory com-
pletion of the contract.


Leave Passages: Leave passages are provided Leave Passages: Leave passages are pro
in accordance with local regulations. vided in accordance wirh the \Vindward Islands
n accordance with local regulationsLeave Passage Regulations.


Leave: In the case of a pensionable appoint-
ment vacation leave on full salary will be granted
in accoi dance with local leave regulations. In the
case of a Contract vacation leave will be granted
at the rate of one week for each completed period
of 3 months resident service, such leave will be
granted on the satisfactory termination of the
Contract.
Duties; The officer will be required to advise
the Government on all public health and medical
matters in the Colony, including the organisation
and supervision of all Medical Institutions, and
District Health and Medical Services. He will
also be required to act as Health Officer of the
Kingstown Town Board, Chairman of the Central
Housing and Planning Authority, and to perform
such other duties connected with the health and
medical services as the Governor may from time
to time direct.
General : The Officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General Orders, Finan-
cial and Store Rules and subsidiary legislation in
force for the time being. All Government Officials
are liable to taxation imposed by local enactments
Applications giving full particulars of candidates
qualifications and experience, and accompanied by
2 testimonials, should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, Grenada, and should
reach him not later than the 30th April, 1957.


Duties: The duties of the Senior Medical
Officer are mainly administration of the Medical
Department and include responsibility for public
health work and the anti-yaws campaign and any
other suitable duties which may be assigned to
him from time to time by the Administrator. The
Senior Medical Officer is a member of the Central
Housing and Planning Authority and a nominated
member of the Roseau Town Council.

Leave: In the case of pensionable appoint-
ment, vacation leave on full salary will be granted
in accordance with local leave regulations. In the
case of a Contract appointment, vacation leave
will be granted at the rate of one week for each
completed period of three months resident service,
such leave will be granted on the satisfactory ter-
mination of the contract.
General: The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General Orders, Fin-
ancial and Store Rules and Subsidiary Legislation.
in force for the time being. All Government
officials are liable to taxation imposed by local
enactments.
Applicatiris giving full particulars of candidates,.
qualifications and experience, and accompanied '
two testimonials should be addressed to the Chic
Secretary, Windward Islands, Grenada, and should.
reach him not later than the 30th April, 195..:


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.)


Vacant posts of Dietician (Senior) and Dieti-
cian (Junior) in the Health Department
of Trinidad and Tobago.

A PPLIMATIONS are invited for appointment
to the undermentioned posts in the Health
Department of the Government of Trinidad and
Tobago:
(1) Senior Dietician
(!) Dietician
Poth male and female candidates are eligible.
2. Appointment will be on contract for 3 years.
.Quarters are not provided specifically for the
holders of these office s, btut ma:y he allocated t)
them as they become available. In such a case
rent at the rate of 8% of tlhe Officer's monthly
salary will be payable, subject to a maximum
rental of $50 per month in the cas,' of an overseas
officer. If a house cannot he allocated, a house
.allowance \\ill be paid in accordance with local
regulations. Free first cl.ss passages on first
appointment are provided for an officer and his
amnily, not exceeding five persons in all; also
return passages on satisfactory completion of
contract. No leave passages will be paid.
3. Vacation Leave 43 days per annumn


Local Leave
Sick ILeave


... 14 days
... 14 days


4. Free X-ray exinmination anl operative treat-
n int for the officer only. I1ree bacteriological
and pathological service for the officer only while
an in-patient at a Government Hospital.
5. Officers may be appointed at a salary higher
than the minimum of the scale depending on
previous experience.
6. Further particulars of the above posts are
given hereunder:-
(i) Dietician (Senior): Salary scale $3,360 x
120-$3,840 per annum.
Duties :
(a) To he responsible for the maintenance
of a suitable organisation for the feed-
ing of hospital patients and staff, to
advise as to the food requirements of
the Hospital and to plan menus and
diets, according to diet scales approved
by Government.
(h) Such other duties as may be allotted by
the Director of Medical Services.
Qualifications:
Diploma in Dietetics recognized by the British
Dietetics Association, with at least three years
experience in institutional catering.
(ii) Dietician (Junior) : Salary scale $3,000 x
120-$3,360 per annum.
Duties :
(a) To he responsible, under the Senior
Dietician, for the preparation of special
diets, to advise out-patients who may
be referred to her on diet, to lecture to
Nurses in training on principle of
Dietetics.
(b) Such other duties as may be allotted
her.
Qualifications: Qualifications in Dietetics
recognised by the British Dietetics Association.


7. Applications containing full particulars of the
candidates, including experience, should be for-
warded to the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secre-
tariat, Trinidad, British West Indies, not later
than the 30th April, 1957.


NOTICE.

Vacancy in the Post of Principal, Charlestown
Secondary School, Nevis, in the Colony
of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.

SIPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably quali-
.4 fled persons for appointment to the post of
Principal, Charlestown Secondary School, Nevis,
which is due to fall vacant at an early date.
2. The School is a Government institution with
an Academic fee-paying section which provides
tuition up to the standard of the Cambridge School
Certificate, and a Senior non fee-paying section
which provides further tuition in Primary School
subjects and training in practical subjects
e.g. domestic science, agricultural science, needle-
work, woodwork. The school is a mixed one with
a roll of approximately 190 pupils.
:3. The post is pensionable and carries a salary
of $1,320 per annum. The officer appointed there-
to will be subject to the Regulations of Her
Majesty's Colonial Service and to the Laws, Gen-
eral Orders and Statutory Rules and Orders in
force in the Colony from time to time.
4. Preference will be given to applicants possess-
ing a degree of a University within the British
Commonwealth, but applicants holding Inter-Arts
qualification or its equivalent, a Teacher's Diploma
and with more than seven years experience in the
administration of Senior or Modern Secondary
Schools, will be considered.
5. Experience in Handicraft, Dramatic Work,
Music or Art will be regarded as an asset.
6. Free passages will be provided for the officer
and also for 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.
7. Vacation leave may be granted at the rate of
48 days per anrum. Leave passages may be
granted in accordance with the terms of the General
Orders.
8. Applications with at least two testimonials
should be addressed to the Administrator, St. Kitts-
Nevis-Anguilla, to reach him not later than
30th April, 1957, and the following details should
be given :-
Full name
Date and place of birth
Educational qualifications
Teaching experience
Interest in games and other extra-mura
activities
A photograph.
9. The appointee will be required to sign an
undertaking to serve in the Colony of St. Kitts-
Nevis-Anguilla for at least three years from the
date of his assumption to duty.

Administrator's Office,
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
22nd March,.1957.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 197,T.-(No 21.)


In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands.
Suit No. 111 of 1954.
Between
GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE lainf.
BANK LTD.
an d
GODWIN NOEL and
THEODORA NOEL DM.an.
BY Order there will he offered for sale at this
office on Fridayl, 26th April, 1957. at noon,
all the right title and interest of the above-namned
Theodora Noel in all that lot of land at Belnont,
in the parish of Saint George, containing Two
Acres bounded as described in. plan marked C"
attached to an Indenture dated the 15th Am ist,
1939, made between Wilhelmina Cromwell one
Part and Anastasia Pilgrim Other Part recorded
in the Deeds and Land Registry of Grenada in
Liber A 9 page 70.
The interest of the said Theodora Noel is believ-
ed and taken to be an estate in fee simple, and the
same is being sold free from all Judgement against
the said Theodora Noel so far as known but
subject to the usual conditions of sale a copy of
which may be seen at this office and to the
REDUCED RESERVED PRICE OP $702.00.
CARL W. J. BRISTOL,
Reylistrar.
Registrar's Office,
March, 1957.


POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE.

Questions and Answers to Test Questions
Drivers' Examination.

1. Q. What is the correct distance prescribed by
Law to park from a corner ?
A. The correct distance is 30 feet.
2. Q. What should you do before entering a
Major Road ?
A. Stop my vehicle and make sure all is clear
before proceeding.
3. Q. Why is it necessary to give signals ?
A. So that other road users will know my
intentions.
4. Q. What should you do if (a) you are involved
in an accident ?
(b) If a person is injured in such accident ?
A. (a) Stop and give all information required.
Mark positions of motor vehicles etc., then
clear road for free passage.
(b) Make arrangements for the injured
person to see the doctor.
5. Q. Which has the right-of-way if a vheicle is
stationary on your side of the road and
another is approaching in the opposite
direction ?
A. The vehicle coming in the opposite direction.
6. Q. When may you overtake ?
A. When I am sure that all is clear ahead and
I am given a signal by the driver in front of
me to do so.
7. Q. If a vehicle is at your rear and wants to
overtake, what would you do after seeing
that it is safe for it to overtake ?


A. I would slow down, keep well over to my
near side and signal it to pass.
8. Q. Why is it necessary to have two rear lights ?
A. Because the Law requires these two lights,
-a white to illuminate the rear identification
plate and a red to indicate the position of
the vehicle in the reverse direction at
night.
9. Q. If you were driving at night and were
dazzled by the light of another vehicle,
what would you do ?
A. 1 would stop on the near side of the road
and switch off my lights.
10. Q. What is the duty of drivers on the approach
of the Fire Brigade ?
A. Drivers should stop on the side of the
road and allow it to pass.
II. Q. What is the Speed Limit in Town ?
A. The Speed Limit is 15 miles per hour.
12. Q. What must drivers do when they meet
a procession ?
A. Drivers should stop and allow the pro-
cession to pass.
13. Q. What must drivers of vehicles do when
driving behind a procession ?
A. Drivers should select the lowest gear and
drive slowly.
14. Q. Do you know under what circumstances
you should not drive a vehicle ?
A. When I am physically unable or under the
influence of alcohol or without a driving
permit.
15. Q. At what places on the raod should you not
stop your vehicle ?
A. I should not stop around a corner or on
a bridge, or in any position to cause danger
or obstruction to other users of the road.
16. Q. What are the obligations of owners and
drivers before using a motor vehicle on
the road ?
A. Owners and drivers should make sure that
the vehicle is registered, licensed and insured
against third party risks.
17. Q. Describe the signal that should be used
when calling a vehicle to pass from behind ?
A. The driver calling the vehicle from behind
should extend his hand on the outside of the
vehicle, palm forward, then move the arm
with a circular motion clock-wise.
18. Q. What safety precaution should a driver
always take before he drives a motor vehicle
on the road ?
A. Make a quick mehcanical check to ensure
that his vehicle is road-worthy, especially
in respect of brakes and steering.
19...Q. Why should the horn or warning devise on
a motor vehicle be used ?
A. As a warning device only to indicate the
position and approach of the motor vehicle.
20. Q. What should you do before leaving your
vehicle parked '?
A. (i) See that it is in a position where it dies
not cause danger or obstruction.
(ii) See that the ignition is switched off.
(iii) See that the emergency brake is applied
so that the motor vehicle cannot move
off on its own.

POLICE EXAMINER,
for Chief of Police.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.)

THE FACILITIES FOR TITLES ORDINANCE, 1956.

FORM C.

Notice of Application for Loan.


185


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 Rehabi-
litation Committee, St. George's, Grenada, for a loan on security of a mortgage of the said land, and that
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

Joseph Ferguson,


Joseph Ferguson,






Wilfred DeAllie,





Harmon Lalbeharrisingh






Harmon Lalbeharrisingh,






Mary Rose John,






Rosaline, English,


Description of land

A lot of land situate at Morne Jaloux
St. John's. containing two (2) acres and
bounded :
North by lands of Massiah Francisco,
East by lands of Gustave Campbell,
South by lands of Rebecca Bennet,
West by lands of Mary Ferguson.


5. 2.57. A lot of land situate at Gouyave Estate,
St. John's, containing one and three
quarter (13) acres, bounded :
North by lands of Edna LaBastide.
East by lands of Tillina Walker,
South by lands of William Franklin,
West by lands of Rupert Hopkin.

2. 2.57. A lot of land situate at Diego Piece, St.
Mark's, containing one (1) acre bounded:
North by lands of R. R. Japal (Executor)
East by lands of Frank Bolah,
South by lands of James Hayling.
West by lands of Ethel Canhigh.

27. 3.57. A lot of land situate at Emboucherie..
St. Patrick's, containing one (1) acre,
bounded :
North by lands of Glebe Lands,
East by lands of Harmon Lalbeharrisingh
South by lands of Doyle Lalbeharrisingh
West by the Government Main Road.

27.3. 57. A lot of land situate at Snell Hall,
St. Patrick's, containing one (1) acre,
bounded:
North by lands of Anita Paul.
East by lands of Lilian Fletcher,
South by lands of Wilfred John,
(Triangular Lot).

16. 3.57. A lot of land situate at Hermitage, St.
Patrick's, containing one (1) acre,
bounded :
North by lands of Elizabeth Tannis,
East by lands of Leonora Solomon,
South by lands of Joseph Lewis.
West by lands of Alfred DeGale.

26.3. 57. A lot of land situate at Mt. Rose,
St. Patrick's, containing half (1) acre,
bounded :
North and East by lands of Aubrey Streat,

South by the Public Main Road,
West by lands of Otis Nyack.


Time and Date
of Inspection




9.00 a.m. on the
24th April, 1957


9.00 a.m. on the
24th April, 1957.




2.00 p.m. on the
24th, April 1957.





9.00 a.m on the
25th April 1957





9.00 a.m. on the
24th April, 1957.




9.00 a.m. on the
24th April, 1957.






2.00 p.m. on the
24th April 1957.


Date of
Application

15.12.56.















Name and Address Date of
of Applicant Application


Marcus George
Francois,






Joseph Hutchinson,






arie Wardally,






Lawerence Philbert,






St. Bernard Pierre,


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.)


T


Description of land


26.10.56. A lot of land situate at LaTaste, St.
Patrick's, containing three-quarter (3) acre
bounded :
North by public by-way,
East by lands of Marjorie DeGale, 2
South by lands of Beryl Cornwall, 2
West by lands of O'Neal Francois.

20.3. 57. A lot of land situate at Florence Mt, St.
Patrick's, containing three (3) acres,
bounded :
North by lands of Septimus Joseph,
East by lands of Elfreda Thomas, 2
South by lands of Sendal Sylvan, 2
West by lands of Septimus Joseph.

16.3. 57. A lot of land situate at Morne Fendue,
St. Patrick's, containing two (2) acres,,
bounded :
North by a public by-way,
East by lands of George Kent, 9
South by lands of Lloyd Rathan, 2
West by lands of Lawerence Benjamin.

19.3. 57. A lot of land situate at Tricolor, St.
Patrick's, containing one (1) rood and
twenty-four (24) poles, bounded :
North by lands of Gussie Cato,
East by lands of Ethel Daniel, 9
South by lands of Cleaver Thomas, 2
West by lands of Ada Roberts.

9. 2.57. A lot of land situate at Mais Mt., St.
Andrew's, containing one (1) acre,
bounded :
North by lands of Victor Noel,
East by lands of Dominic Holas, 9
South by lands of Mrs. Clamas Sylvester, 2
West by lands of Lennie Antoine.


ime and Date of
Inspection






.00 p.m. on the
4th April, 1957.






.00 p.m. on the
4th April, 1957.





.00 a.m. on the
4th April, 1957.





.00 a.m. on the
4th April, 1957.





1.00 a.m. on the
4th April, 1957.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

Effective from 14th January, 1957,
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follow:


Q( ADIES


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Cracked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


25 Cents

38 do.

12 do.

$1.20

60 Cents.

30 do.


O.D. DOUGLAS,
Secretary.


Date fixed: 7th January, 1957.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(1o. 21.)

THE FACILITIES FOR TITLE ORDINANCE, 1956

FORM C.

Notice of Application for Loan.


187


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
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 time 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

George McBain,
Hermitage,
St. Patrick's.




Albertina Clement,
LaFortune,
St. Patrick's.



Agatha Nash,
Grand Bras,
St. Andrew's.



Septimus Redhead,
Crochui
St. Andrew's.




Enan Brizan,
Vincennes,
St. David's.


Date of
Application

18. 4.57.


Description of land

A lot of land situate at Hermitage, St.
Patrick's containing acre, bounded:
North by lands of C. A. Nyack,
East by lands of Mrs. Coteau George,
South by lands of Sydney Mitchell,
West by the Public Road.


2. 4.57. A lot of land situate at Plaisance, St.
Patrick's, containing 1 acre, bounded
North by lands of Ermine John,
East by lands of Lionel Raeburn,
South by lands of Vaughan Charles,
West by lands of McBert Clement.

1. 1.57. A lot of land situate at Boulogne Mt, St.
Andrews', containing 1 acre bounded :
North by lands of Euna George,
East by lands of Carlyle Mark,
South by lands of Joseph Christopher,
West by Govt. Main Road.

2. 4.57. A lot of land situate at Crochu, St.
Andrew's, containing 2 acres, bounded:
North by Government Main Road,
East by lands of John Redhead,
South by lands of Diana Andrew,
West by lands of E. R. Kent.

1. 4.57. A lot of land situate at Champfleur, St.
David's, containing 21 acre bounded :
North by lands of Naaman Hagley,
East by lands of John Victor,
South by lands of John Redhead,
West by lands of Livingston Hercules.


Time and Date
of Inspection


9100 a.m. on the
Ist May, 1957.





9.00 a.m. on the
1st May, 1957




9.00 a.m on the
1st May, 1957.




9.00 a.m on the
1st May, 1957.




9.00 a.m on the
1st May, 1957.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.--(No. 21.'

BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT.

(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950.)


Currency Circulation :
Notes in circulation at 31st December, 1956
Coins ,, ,, ,,


$ 64,236.092.00
2.927.745.00


$67,163,837.00


Currency Fund
Securities held by Crown Agents (market value at
31st December, 1956)
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated Fund ..
On deposit with Accountant General, Trinidad
and Tobago


$ 55,244.011.44
$ 9,922,720.88

$ 2.925.01 565.169,657.33


Excess of currency circulation over Currency
Fund .. $ 1,994,179.67
Securities held by Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations on behalf of the British
Caribbean Currency Fund at 31st December, 1956.


Description 6f Stock


SNominal Value


i Value at 31st
Price Paid ,c mc 19t
SDecember, 1956


Australia 2 "," 1967/71
do 3 ;' 1955/58
do 3 % 1958/60
do 3' o 1963/65
do 3 % 1964/66
do 3 1965/67
do 3 1975/77
do 3'; 1956/61 .
do 31% 1965/69
do 31% 1954/59
do 31,% 1961/66
do 4 % 1961/64
Ayrshire County Council 6% Mortgage
Loan Repayable 15/5/58 ... ...
Barking Corp. 3', % 1954/59..
Blackburn ,, 2: 0 1960/65..
Blackpool ,, 3% 1957
Belfast ,, 2,% 1963/66.. .
Bootle 3 % 1958/62..
Bradford 3',", 1972/82.-
British Elec., Gtd. 41% 1967/69
Biitish Gas Gtd. 4%, 1969/72
British Transport Gtd. 3 % 1968/73
British Transport Gtd. 4 0 1972/77
Ceylon 3 % 1959/64 ..
do 3-%- 1959 .. ..
do 34 1954/59 .. ..
do 44% 1965..
do 5 % 1960/70
Consols 4% 1957 or after
Conversion Stock 2 ', 1958/59 .
Conversion Stock 3%- 1969 ..
Conversion Stock 4 0/ 1957/58 ..
Conversion Stock 4- % 1962 .
Cyprus 31%,, 1969/71 .. ..
do 4 % 1956/66 .. ..
East Africa High Commission
3L% 1966/68
East Africa High Commission
31 % 1968/70
East Africa High Commission
4% 1968/71 .
East Africa High Commission
4A% 1964/69
Exchequer 2% 1960
do Stock 2 07 1963/64
do do 3 % 1962/63
do do 5 % 1957 ...
Federated Malaya States 3 % 1960/70
Federation of Malaya 3% 1974/76
Funding Loan 2.,% 1956/61
do do 3 % 1959/69
Funding Stock 3 % 1966/68

Carried forward ..


s. d
3.396 17 11
96,263 2 7
15,339 5 10
16.124 18 8
3,195 17 2
33,278 10 0
42,2!7 15 7
12,394 0 5
37,385 5 2
53,970 18 9
97.719 2 2
31.000 0 0:

100.0000 0
.13.000 0 0
7,700 0 0i
712 1 10
3.770 7 11
6,228 16 2
5.996 4 5
109.289 12 5
617.562 14 5
115.381 1 5
323,474 14 2
16.731 18 0
7,472 3 8
17,168 16 11,
18,047 17 2.
13,200 0 0,
17,397 5 1
199,306 5 3'
23.604 18 8i
742.970 9 5
286,114 7 51
108.239 4 1,
4,724 5 31

145,617 2 1

53,831 2 1

134,535 16 5


100,000
500,000
11.086
573,231
68.947
30,964
166,048
2,888,210
50,000
1,066,934


0 0!
0 0
14 11
7 4

19 6'
6 111
6 8
0 0
14 2


s. d.
2.989 5 4
95.911 13 6
15.147 II 0
15.298 10 7
2.9X0 2 9
'0,990 12 1
37.521 1 0
12.394 0 5
35.235 12 1
54.061 16 1'
96.497 12 4,
32.046 5 0


100.100 0
13.162 10
7.170 12
712 1
3,454 12
6.150 19
5.718 17
100.000 0
642.208 6
110,333 2
329.696 2
16.250 17
7.500 4
17.383 9
20,033 2
14.503 10
17,038 8
198.518 9
21.280 6
742.773 3
281.567 14
95.713 8
4,848 5

144,023 11

48,038 0

128.789 12

99.500 0
502,109 5
9.479 3
507.309 15
69.008 19
27.089 16
140,437 0
2,687.404 13
47.000 0
899,995 0


s. d.
2,394 16 3
92.412 12 1
13,805 7 3
12,819 6 5
2.540 14 2
25,790 16 9
28,919 3 7
11,154 12 4
28,599 14 6
51,?80 18 10
81,595 9 1
27.435 0 0

100,816 13 4
12,350 0 0
6,160 0 0
701 8 2
2,903 4 1
5,419 1 3
4,377 4 10
101.092 18 0
534,191 15 1
87,112 14 2
273 336 2 7
12,967 4 5
6,612 17 8
15,709 9 11
15,791 17 6
11,814 0 0
13,308 18 0
189,340 19 0
19,946 3 4
735.540 15 4
281,822 13 1
82,802 19 10
4,039 4 11


0 115,765 11 11

11 42,257 8 4

8 110,992 1 0

0 87,500 0 0
4' 469,000 0 0
4 9.479 3 4
2 518.774 7 9
5 69.119 16 0
0 22,759 5 2
4 112.082 12 8
5 2,635.491 18 7
0 39,750 0 0
5 858,880 16 7


8,8985 68 ,6137 799,5 1


188


8,989,825 16 8


8,561,377 3 7 7,979,759 17 1











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 1957.-(No. 21.)


Description of Stock


Ncminzl Value
j


Price Paid


Value at 31st
SDecember 1956


Brought forward

Gold Coast 3 o, 1963
Gold Coast 41, 1960/70
Hayes & Harlington U.D.C.
6% Mortgage Loan Repayable 31/3/58
Huddersfield Corp. 31 % 1958/63
Hull Corp. 3%/ 1958/63
Hull Corp. 31 % 1960/70
Ilkeston Corp 31 4 1959/64 ..
Kenya 21 %.1965/70
Kenyi: 2, % 1971/76
do 3f- % 1973/78
do 4,% 1961/71
do 4 q 1971/78 ..
Leeds Corp. 3% 1955/58 .
Mauritius 3 '%, 1957/62
do 3 %/ 1965/68
New Zealand 3%' 1966/68
do 3% 1973/77
do 3 %' 1962/65
do 3 %,, 1963/66
do 3o/ 1955/60
do 3'i,, 1960/64
do 5",, 1956/71
Nigeria 30%, 1975/77
do 31 % 1964/66
do 4 % 1963
Northern Ireland 3,% 1968/70 ..
Northern Rhodesia 3 % 1963/65
do 3 % 1955/65
do 34 1970/72
do 4%0/ 1965/70
Norwich-City of-6% Mortgage Loan
repayable 20. 4, 58.
Palestine Gtd. 3",, 1962/67
Portsmouth Corp. 3! i, 1972/82
Savings Bonds 3 ";, 1955/65
do 3 %' 1960/70
do 3 0 1965/75
Sierra Leone 3. o% 1958/63
South Africa 3 %( 1954/64
do 3%.1 1953/73
do 3-1 1954/59
Southampton Corp. 3 1959/64
Southern Rhodesia 3.%. 1961/66 .
Southshields Corp. 3 % 1956/58 .
Swansea Corp. 3 % 1955/65
Tanganyika 4} 1967/72
Uganda 31 % 1966/69
War Loan 3 % 1955/59


s. d. s. d.

8,989,825 16 8 8,561,377 3 7


2.188 16 6'
1,879 10 5i

50.000 0 0
10,000 0 0
6.459 13 4
9,162 15 4
4,993 10 8
135.382 9 21
2,429 10 9;
170,488 0 11
10,264 17 11
275.184 4 71
5.389 11 10
5.000 0 0
70,049 15 4
17.485 6 9
24.471 13 10
17.265 15 9
735 12 11
20.828 4 11
30,843 1 7
16.000 0 0
31.348 3 7
50,000 0 0
40,331 19 9
4,925 13 1i
6.813 12 5!
12,670 7 11
338.238 0 10'
200,000 0 0

100,000 0 0
6,253 2 10
1,624 14 8
1,084,969 12 7,
456,614 11 10
140,289 12 1
816 7 10
6,000 0 0
9,000 0 0
1,916 9 8
12,306 14 2
6,740 0 0
4.072 17 2
3.957 17 0'
178,054 15 8
335,944 15 9
289,932 10 0


2,134 2 li
2,015 15 91
1
50,050 0 0'
10,137 10 0.
6.483 17 10,
8,910 15 10
5,030 19 8
115,582 15 51
2.150 2 10
166,225 16 1:
11,034 15 31
274,308 6 2
5.376 2 4*
4,950 0 0,
68,955 4 9
16,479 18 7
21,840 19 9
17,006 16 01
715 8 4
21,140 13 5
31.170 15 9
17,320 0 0
27,821 10 2
48,625 6 2
43,003 19 8
4,771 14 7
6,541 1 6.
12,607 0 11
333.587 5 5
200,000 0 0

100,100 0 0
5,831 1 1
1,539 8 8
1.051,203 8 8
438,179 4 3
130,590 10 10
809 5 0
5,670 0 0'
8,685 0 0
1,930 17 2
11,660 12 1
6,731 11 6
4.098 6 3
3,715 8 8
174,568 16 1
298,439 3 10
287,84g 18 11


s. d.

7,979,759 17 1

1.849 11 2
1,663 7 6


50,000 0
8.700 0
5.619 18
7,238 11
4.194 11
94.090 16
1.591 6
127,013 11
8.879 2
235.282 10
5.200 19
4.375 0
56,390 1
13,376 5
17.252 10
14.244 5
592 3
18.953 14
26.679 5
15.120 0
21.7S6 19
41.750 0
36.500 9
3,866 12
5.484 19
10.708 9
262 134 9
175,000 0

101.500 0
5.033 15
1.186 1
949,348 8
358.442 9
104.515 15
714 6
4,890 0
6.885 0
1.763 3
10,214 11
5.627 18
3,991 8
3.166 5
150.456 5
267,076 2
279,060 0


13,199,118 7 2 12.554,957 10 10 11.509,169 1 0

On deposit in Joint Consolidated Fund 2,067,233 10 4 2,067,233 10 4 2,067.233 10 4
On deposit with Accountant General
Trinidad & Tobago .. 609 7 61 609 7 64 (09 7 64

TOTAL .. .. 15,266,961 5 04 14,622,800 8 81 13,577,011 18 101

Conversion at rate of 4/2 to $1.00 .. $ 73,281,414.01 i 70,189,442.09 s 65,169.657.33


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad.
13th March, 1957.


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.


189


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 20, 19o7.-(No. 21.)


LABOUR DEPARTMENT,
RERNADA,
31st March, 1957.
TPHE following rmenorandum on the surbiect of Cost-of-Living Index Fieures, in so far as the agri-
J cultural labourers are concerned, is publiAned for general information.
JOHN R. DABREO,
Acting Labour Commissioner.

COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1957.


The Cost-of-Living Index for all items at the
following tlble shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures
the basic year (August, 1939) taken as 100:-


end of March, 1957, was 294, and t e


at the end of each month as


compared with


April May June


169
176
182
182
196
212
205
220
232
272
291
290
291
290


July




171
178
180
184
199
209
204
220
277
287
291
291
291
295


Aug. Sep. Oct.


173
178
179
184
208
203
204
218
258
284
290
291
288
292


Nov. Dec.
I


173
169
179
180
190
206
206
213
216
262
284
289
291
288
294


Statistics for March, 1957.


All items
Food only


... 194%
... 211%


Food : The average level of retail prices of those articles taken into account in the food group
was 1.8 points higher than at 28th February, 1957, and 211% higher than at 1939. This increase was
caused by using the price currently paid for Fish and Jacks instead of the lower controlled price.
Rent: There was no change recorded in the general level of the agricultural labourers' rents.
Fuel and Cleaning : There was an adjustment in this class to correct an error in the percentage
increase on Charcoal during the past few months. This cause the figure to drop from 164% to 139%
over the 1939 prices.
Clothing: Information collected from retailers indicated that at 31st March, 1957, the average
level of retail prices of clothing of the kinds generally bought by Agricultural labourers was 9.2 points
higher than at 28th February, 1957, and 190% higher than at 1939. This increase was due to increases
in the retail prices of Ladies' vests, Knickers, Zephyr and Silk Dress Material.
All Others : There were increases in the retail prices of Frying Pans, Cutlasses and Agricultural
Forks. This resulted in an increase of 1-6 points on the figure for 28th February, 1957, and 112% on
the figure for 1939.
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 agricultural labourers' family expenditure, the resultant
general average increase at 31st March, 1957, was the same as at 28th February. 1957, and 194% higher
than at 1939.


ORENADA.

PnRITED bY THE GOYVINMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST. GEORGE'S.
1957


Feb. iMarch




174 175
167 167
181 181


Jan.




173
168
180
184
190
210
206
220
216
264
289
290
291
290
294


1939
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957


182
190
210
206
220
216
271
289
290
292
290
294




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