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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.

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VOL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1957. [No. 28.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINMENTS.
No. 182.
R. NORRIS ANTOINE, B.A. has been appointed
as a Graduate Master, G.B.S.S., with effect
from 17th May, 1957, on probation for one year.
8th June, 1957.
P.F. 1018.

No. 183.
n R. E. E. HUNTE has been appointed as Short-
hand Writer, Legislative Council, with effect
from 10th June, 1957, on probation for one year.
8th June, 1957.
P.F. 1092.

No. 184.
MR. A. R. CAMPBELL, J.P., District Revenue
i Officer, Grenville, has been appointed as a
Commissioner of the Supreme Court for the parish
of St. Andrew's, with effect from 4th June, 1957
and until further notice.
5th June, 1957.

No. 185.
MR. G. E. D. FLETCHER, has been appointed a
I.I Class II Clerk. in the general Clerical
Service with effect from 1st January, 1957, and
posted to the Revenue Office, Carriacou.
5th June, 1957.
PF. 612.

No. 186. ..
REVEREND GEORGE ANDREW HATCH, has
_L been appointed a Marriage Officer in respect
of the" C'Cngregation of the Anglican. Church in
0 renfda.
5th June, 1957.
164 II


No. 187.
M R. O. T. BUXO has been appointed as Super-
visor of Stores, Public Works Department,
with effect from 26th June, 1956,
8th June, 1957.


P.F. 225.

No. 188.


ACTING APPOINTMENT.


CONSEQUENT on the grant of 78 days vacation
leave to Miss ANNIE SAITCH, Class II Clerk,
Magistrate's Office 't. George's, Miss ULDINE
MAULE, Class III Clerk, Magistrate's Office,
Grenville, has been appointed to act as Class II
Clerk, vice Miss SAITCH.

By Command,
R. A. DANIEL,
for Administrator.
Government Office,
8th May, 1957.
P.F. 652.


POLICE NOTICE.

Queen's Birthday Parade.
HE following is an extract of the approved
programme for the celebration of the birth-
day of Her Majesty Queen, ELIZABETH II, :on
Thursday, 13th June, this year.
1. Units taking part will assemble at Fort
George at 8.00 a.m. except Scouts, Guides and
St. John's Ambulance Brigade, who will assemble
along the Esplanade at the Health Office and will
join the other Units as they pas on the way to
Queen's Park.
2. The following will take part in the Parade:-
(a) The Grenada Government Band.


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(b) A detachment of the Grenada Police
Force.
(c) A detachment of the Grenada Volunteer
Constabulary.
(d) A detachment of the G.B.S.S. Cadet
Corps.
e) Mechanical Transport Section.
The following are invited to attend :-
(a) Boy Scouts under Island Commissioner.
(b) Girl Guides under Island Commissioner.
(c) St. John's Ambulance Brigade under
Commissioner.
(d) Ex-Servicemen.
3. Parade Commander, Mr. A. G. Cousins,
Deputy Superintendent of Police.
4. Arrival of His Excellency the Governor at
9.00 a.m.
5. Royal Salute.
6i. His Excellency's inspection of the Parade.
7. March past.
8. Breaking of the Royal Standard and Royal
Salute.
9. Firing of a feu-de-joic.
10. Three cheers for Her Majesty, led by His
Excellency.
11. Royal Salute.
12. Announcements.
13. Royal Salute and departure of His
Excellency.
To this parade the public are cordially invited.
They should arrange to be in their place in the
pavilion by 8.30 a.m.
The following Traffic arrangements will obtain
1. Entrance to Queen's Park by the Green
Bridge-Emboucherie road only.
2. Parking as directed by Police on duty inside
or outside of the enclosure.
3. Vehicles having entered the enclosure will
take exit by way of the River Road only.
4. Vehicles not having entered the enclosure
may take exit by the Emboucherie Road or
by the River Road.


Passages: Free passages to St. Lucia will be
provided for the officer, his wife and children, not
exceeding 5 persons in all; children to be under 18
years of age, unmarried, and dependent on the
officer. Free return passages will also be provided
on the satisfactory termination of the period of
engagement.
Leave: Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted at the rate of one week for each completed
period of 3 months resident service. Buch leave
to be taken on the satisfactory termination of the
officer's contract.
Medical Attention: Free medical attention
and medicines are not provided.
Taxation : All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars of applicants'
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 31st Ju'y, 1957.


UNDER THE BOUNDARIES SETTLEMENT ORDINANCE.


IN pursuance of section 21 (2) of the above
Ordinance I hereby give notice that a copy of
the diagram and report of Mr. Raymond I. Millet,
Licensed Land Surveyor, of a survey made at the
request of Mr. Mann Henry of two boundary
lines separating lands of Mr. Mann Henry and
Mr. Powell Andrew, situated at Grenville in the
parish of Saint Andrew's has been lodged by the
Director of Surveys in the Office of the Registrar
of the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islancs at Grenada.

Dated the 29th day of May, 1957.
C. O. R. PHILLIPS,
Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court.


Sgd. J. H. HOLLEY, M.B.E., Registrar's FIce,
Chief of Police. St. Ge
St. George s.


NOTICE.


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for appointment to the
post of Senior Draughtsman, Windward Islands,
particulars of which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is non-pensionable, and
appointment will be on a temporary contractual
basis for a period of 18 months in the first in-
stance. The officer will be subject to the Colonial
Regulations and the local General Orders for the
time being in force, so far as they are applicable.
The officer will be a member of the staff of the
Executive Architect, Windward Islands, and will
be stationed in St. Lucia.
Qualifications: Applicants should have had at
least 5 years experience of work usually under-
taken by an Architect's Office and be thoroughly
conversant with the preparation of working draw-
ings and specifications.
Salary : The Salary will be at the rate $3,360
(700) per annum in the scale $3,360x$120-
$3,600 (4700 x 25-750) per annum, plus a pay
addition of 20% of salary.
Quarters : Quarters are not provided.


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.

THE University College of the West Indies
provides a one year course for science grad-
uates leading to a Diploma in Chemical Technology.
Applications for admission to this course should
give particulars of the degree held by the applicant
and should be submitted to the Registrar of the
University College of the West Indies, Mona,
Jamaica, by 30th June, 1957. Application forms
may be obtained from the Education Officer.


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.

HE University College of the West Indies
provides a one-year course for graduates
leading to a Diploma in Education. Applications
fcr admission to this course should give particulars
of the degree held by the applicant and should be
submitted to the Registrar ,of the University
College of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, -by
30th June, 1957. Application forms may be
obtained from the Department of Education.


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DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1938.

Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period, 1st July to 31st December, 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
commence as follows :-
St. George's Fire Station,
Wednesday 5th June, 1957,
Wednesday 12th June, 1957.
Wednesday 19th June, 1957.
Wednesday 26th June, 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Grenville Police Station
Thursday 6th June, 1957.
Thursday 13th June, 1957.
Thursday 20th June, 1957.
Thursday 27th June, 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Sauteurs Police Station.
Friday 7th June, 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Friday I4th June. 1957.
Friday 28th June, 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Gmuyave Police Station.
Monday 3rd June, 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday 10th June, 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Monday 24th June, 1957.,
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Victoria Police Station.
Tuesday 4th June, 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday 10th June, 1957.
From 12.30 to 3 p.m.
Tuesday 25th June. 1957.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Carriacou Police Station.
Monday 1st July, 1957, to'Friday 5th July,
1957, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily each day.
Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their
respective 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, 1939,
and of the Regulations made thereunderr.


Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have been recently overhauled.
The body and wings, axle, chasis, 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., mvst be
clearly exposed, also chasis 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 21 inches in height upon a black ground
in a conspicuous 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 Regula-
tions, No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a condition
as to render each letter or figure readily distinguish-
able. The attention of owners of Motor Omnibuses
and Goods Vehicles is specially directed to Regula-
tion 23 (11) (a) regarding the position of front
lamps. Spot lights will not be allowed except with
the written approval of the Licensing Authority.
The attention of the owners of Hiring cars and
Motor Omnibuses is directed to the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Amendment) 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 Certifi-
cate, certifying that the vehicles may be duly
licensed.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary,
Licensing Aulhority.
15th May, 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 Oflices, between the 1st day of May and
the 31st day of .uly, 1957, and that attendance
will be given during that period for the purpose of
receiving the rates fixed b the several District
Boards.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury,
April, 195:7.


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268 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 8, 1957.-(No. 28 )


ANNOUNCEMENT

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme

Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected
Strains of Grenada Cocoa for Planting
in 1958.

PERSONS desirous of obtaining rooted cocoa
cuttii gs from the cocoa stations for planting
in 1958, should apply on the forms provided for
that purpose, entitled, Application Form for
Rooted Cocoa Cuttings Propagated for Distribution
by the Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme of
Grenada.
2. Application forms should be forwarded to the
Cocoa Agronomist, Mt. Home Cocoa Station, St.
Andrew's, on or before the 30th June, 1957.
3. Applications for rooted cocoa cuttings re-
ceived after the 30th June, 1957 will neither be
acknowledged nor considered.
4. Application forms are available at the
Department of Agriculture, all Agricultural and
Cocoa Stations, and Diistrict Revenue Offices.
Application forms can also be obtained from
all members of the extension staff of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture.
5. Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered free of
charge to the applicant at a point, as near as
possible to the site at which they are to be planted,
accessible at the time to the motor vehicle con-
veying the plants.
6. The conditions under which rooted cocoa
cuttings will be issued are as follows:-
(i) The area selected by an applicant will be
inspected by an authorized officer, as soon
as possible after the receipt of the appli-
cation, for the purpose of determining the
suitLaility of the site in regard to altitude,
soil type, wind protection and other
ecological and environmental conditions.
The applicant will then be notified whether
or not the area is approved for planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no
allocation of plants will be made to the
applicant.
(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an
authorised officer will inform the applicant
what minimum action is required of him by
the Department of Agriculture, in regard to
provision of ground shade; windbreaks, soil
conservation measures, scil preparation etc.
The Agricultural Department will render
all assistance, guidance and advice in this
connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which plants will be
that which will contain' fifty (50) rooted
cuttings plaLted at spacing of 12' x 12' in
a blcck.
The area to be planted will be re-inspected
by an'authorised officer immediately -before
the proposed date of delivery of the plants,
for the purpose of ascertaining whether all
conditions have been satisfactorily fulfilled,
Sank whether the area is in a suitable state
of preparation for planting.
(vi) Authorised officers of the Department of
Agriculture, will make periodic, inspect ons
of the replanted areas, as often as may be


considered necessary, for the purpose of
observing field conditions, the development
of the young plants and advising the grower
on the care and management of the young
plants.
7. Applicants are advised to take advantage of
the experience gained in replanting methods at
the Cocoa Stations and other plots, where replant-
ing with rooted cocoa cuttings have already been
undertaken during the last 10 years. Applicants
are accordingly invited to visit the Cocoa Stations
and to make the fullest possible use of all
information thaL is available.

G. A. SOUIHWELL,
Acting Superiviendent of Agriculture c
Chairman, Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.


NOTICE.


Chief Officer, Richmond Hill Prisons,
Grenada, B.W. I.

PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Chief Officer, Richmond Hill Prisons, Gre-
nada, particulars of which are as follows :-
Appointment: The post is pensionable under
conditions laid down in the Prison Officers Pen-
sion Ordinance No. 30 of 1935.
Age: Applicants should be between the age
of 25-30 years, except in the case of officers al-
ready in the Public Service, whose applications
should be forwarded through the usual channels.
Salary : The salary of the post is at the rate
of $1,512 per annum in the scale $1,512 x $72-
$1,800, together with a pay addition of 20% of
salary.
Quarters: Free quarters are provided in the
Prison Compound in which he is required to reside.
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, unmarried and
dependent on the officer.
Duties: The officer will be required to per-
form the duties of the post as laid down In the
Prison Rules, and to assist the Suuerintendent in
the superintendence of the officers and prisoners;
and such other duties as the Superintendent may
require him to perform.
Leave: Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted at the rate of 21 days for every 12 months
service completed after first appointment. Leave
will be permitted to accumulate to a maximum of
six weeks.
General: The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations and to local Orders in force
for the time being.
Applications giving particulars of candidates'
qualifications and experience, accompanied by two
testimonials, should be addressed to the Secretary,
Public Service Commission, Government Office,
Grenada, B.W.I. to reach him not later than 29th
June, 1957.
Government Office,
St. 'George's,
Grenad., B.W.T.
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 8,


1957.-(No.


NOTICE.

PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates preferably bachel rs. for
appointment to the post of Supernum-rary Veteri-
nary Officer for Grenada, -t. Lucia, and St. Vin-
cent, particulars of which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is at present non-
pensionable. The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, local General Orders, Finan-
cial and Store Rules and all such regulations, as
may from time to time be in force.
Salary : The salary is in the scale $3,840 x
120-$4,800 (800 x '5-1,000) per annum, plus
a pay addition of 20% of salary.
Allowances: Travelling and Subsistence al-
lowances will he payable in accordance with local
regulations in respect of approved travel on duty.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided, but in
the event of Government quarters being available
the officer will be required to pay rental not exceed-
ing 10% of his salary.
Leave and Leave Passages : Vacation leave
will be granted at the rate of 45 days for each
completed period of 12 months resident service,
accumulable up to 180 days.
Leave passage- will be granted in accordance
with local regulations.
Passages: Free passages to the Windward
Islands will be provided for the officer and, if
married, his vife and children not exceeding 5
persons in all; children to be under 18 years of
age, unmarried and dependent on the officer.
Duties: The officer will have his headquarters
in Grenada but will be required for duty on any of
the three Islands. He will be responsible to the
Chief Secretary but will be under the control of
the Superintendent of Agriculture of the Colony in
which he is fur the time being serving.
Medical Attendance: Free medical attend-
ance and medicines are not provided.
Taxation: All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full details of qualifications
and experience of candidate, and accompanied by
two testimonials, should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, and should reach
him not later than the 36th June, 1957,
Government Office,
Grenada,
20th April, 1957'
M. P. 465 v.


NOTICE.

VACANT POST OF DISTRICT INSPECTOR, EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT, BARBADOS.

PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
to a post of District Inspector, Education
Department, Barbados.
Duties: In addition to regular inspection in a
district of 30-40 primary 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,
an'1 a broad knowledge of the teaching cf science
at a!1 levels of school education.
Appointment and Salary: The post is pen-
sionable with salary as follows:-
(a) 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 144-$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 to a
Widows' and Orphans' Pension ,-cheme 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 "nd half years in accord-
ance with the Civil Establishment (Leave Passages)
Murder, 1952.
Passages: Cost ot 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 301h
June, 1957.


$1,000 REWARD



AREWARD of $1,000 is offered to any person
giving information leading directly to the
capture of Festus LEWIvS, 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. 8 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
confidence.

(Sgd) J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada, B. W. I.
6th February, 1957.


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POLICE NOTICE.

ECTION 399 of Chapter 55 of the Laws of
Grenada, 1934, is hereby published ior 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
for 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.


GRENADA.

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Is'ands.

Suit No. 59 of 1956.

Between


FERDINAND Mc ELVINNA HENRY


FENDERSON JOSEPH FELIX


Plainiff.



Defendant.


SOR Sale at this Office on Friday the 14th day
of June, 1957 at 12 00 o'clock noon by Order
mide 17th November, 1956. All that lot of land
TOGETHER with the Buildings thereon, the pro-
perty of the Defendant Fenderson Joseph Felix,
situate at Harford's Village, St. Andrew's, trenada,
containing One Rood and Fifteen Poles and bound-
ed as described in the plan marked A" annexed to
a Conveyance made 29th July, 1948. Between Alice
Richard of the One part and the Defendant of the
Other part and recorded in Liber 19 page 518.
The Sale is subject to the usual conditions, a
copy of which may be seen at this Office and to
the reserVed-price of $4,340.00.

(Signed) C. 0. R. PHILLIPS,
Deputy Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
28th May, 1957.


NOTICE.

AP:PLICATIONS are hereby invited from suit-.
ably qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Port Officer, St. Vincent, particulars of
which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is at present non-
pensionable, but steps are being taken to declare it
pensionable. The officer will be subject to-the
Colonial Regulations, local General Orders and,
Financial and Store Rules, and to all Ordinances


and subsidiary legislation in force so far as they
are applic ble. The appointment carries with it
the liability to transfer to any post or equivalent
status within the Windward Islands.
Qualifications: Cindidates must possess an
intimate knowledge cf, and experience iin, the
duties of Port Officer. Preference may be given
to the holder of a Mnter's or Mate's Certificate.
Duties: The officer will be required :-
(a) To be in charge of the Management and
Navigation of Port, and to enforce
observance of Port Regulations.
(b) To perform the duties and have the powers
of a Port Otlicer, and to be subject to
the responsibilities of the post under
the Quarantine Ordinance.
(c) To visit all ships anchoring in port, from
any port or place outside the Colony.
(d) To be Admeasurer of ships for tonnage etc.
(e) To examine boats etc. for seaworthiness
and issue of passenger licences.
(f) To perform the duties of a Mercantile
Marine Officer, and to be Chairman of
the Board of Examiners for the issue
of Masters' Certificates of Captaincy.
(g) To be Supervisor of Certified Pilots, of
Wharves and of Navigation Lights.
Salary: The salary is in the scale $2,880x120-
$3,480 per annum, plus a pay addition of 20% of
salary.
Allowances: The following allowances are
payable :-
(a) Uniform Allowance-$120 per annum.
(b) Personal Fees not exceeding $720 per
annum.
(c) Subsistence Allowance in accordance with
local regulations.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passages:. Free first class passages to St.
Vincent for the officer, his wife and children will
be provided; children should be under 18 years of
age, unmarried, and dependent on the officer.
Loave and Leave Passages : Vacation leave
will be granted at the rate of 45 days for each
completed period of 12 months resident service;
,-ch leave is accumulable up to 150 days.
:Leave passages will be granted in accordance
with local regulations.
Medical Attention : Free medical attention
and medicines are not provided.
Taxation: All governmentt officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local enactments.
'Applications giving full particularso .applicants'
qualifications and experience, and accompanied by
two testimonials, should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, W udward Islands, Grenada, and should
reach him not later than the 30th June, 1957.

NOTICE.

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

APPLICATIONS are invited from persons hold-
ing a university degree in Physics and
MAthematics or Chemistry for appointment to the
above post.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 8, 1957.-(No. 28.)


Appointment and Salary: The post is pension-
able, with salary as follows:--
Graduat s: $2,880 x 120 3,360 x 144 -3,648 x
$192 4,608.
First or Second Class Honours Graduates:
$3,480 x 120 3,600 x 144 4,320 x
$192- 5,089.
The point of entry into t e scile will depend on
the experience of the successful applicant. The
successful candidate, if in possession of a Diploma
of Education or 'comparable post-graduate teach-
ing qualifications, will be eligible for two addition-
al increments. 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.
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 Regulations b7-92.
L:ave 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.
Applications giving age. qualifications and teach-
ing experience, together with two recent testi-
monials should be addressed to the Director of
Education Public Buildings, Bridgetown, Barbados,
to reach him not later than 29th June, 1957.


NOTICE.

Chief Secretary's Office, British Guiana
Vacancy for a Controller of Government
Printing and Stationery.

APPLICATIONS ar3 invited from suitably
qualify d persons for appointment, on con-
tract for two years, as Conlroller of Government
Printing ,nd Stationery, Chief Secretary's Office,


with salary in the scale cf $4,560-$6,720 per
annum. Initial salary will be commensurate with
qualifications and experience. A gratuity of 224%
of salary will be paid in addition to salary, in
respect of each completed period of 3 months
satisfactory service.
Duties: The officer will control all Govwrn-
ment printing requirements, which will involve:-
(i) supervising the ordering and execution of
all public printing.
(ii) carrying out, in consultation with the
Organisation and Methods Adviser, a
survey to determine the position re-
gar:ling printing requirements, and to
ascertain the extent to which such
requirements could be met by the
establishment of a small Governmect
printing press;
(iii) advising Government of the cost of such
an undertaking;
(iv) planning and supervising the establish-
ment of the Press;
(v) advising on the training of local staff for
operation of the printing ; and
(vi) controlling all Government stationery.
Qualifications: Candidates should have con.
siderable printing expe ience. Previous experience
with a Government printer is desirable, but not
essential.
General. Leave will be grante-l in accordance
with Leave REgulaticns. On, appointment and on
satisfactory completion of his period of service,
passages fiom and to the place of recruitment
respectively, for the officer and family not exceed-
ing five persons in all (children lo be under 18
years) will be p yabie. Applications accompanied
by two recerit testimonials should he addressed
to the Chief Establishment Officer, Public Build-
ings, Georgetown, British Guiana, for delivery not
later than the 17th June, 1957. A Aplications
received after that date will not be considered.
Applicants already in the Public Service must
submit their applications through the normal
channels.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE.


TOTICE is hereby given that the Quarterly Licensing Session for the Northern District for the hear-
S ing of applications, for the granting of Certificates under this Ordinance will be held at the Court
House, Carriacou on Monday the 17th day of June, 1957, at 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.


Name of Applicant O(ccupation IResidence Description of premises sought to be licen-ed


John Blair .. Shopkeeper Petit Martiniqne Woolen building at Petit Martinique.
Alva Joseph ... do Hillsborougli Two storey wall building at Main Street,
Hillsborough.
Herbert A. Blaize ... do do Wooden building at Main Street,.Hillsbcrough.


Magistrate's Office,
Carriacou,
25th May, 157.


G. W. JOSEPH, Clerk,
for Magistrate, Northern Distrct.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE,


JUNE 8,


1957.-(No. 28.)


CUSTOMS.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned articles which have remained in the several
Government warehouses, St. George's, for over one year will be offered for sale at these ware-
houses, commencing at the Bond Warehouse at Burn's Point at 1.00 o'clock p.m. on Thursday the
27th day of June 1957, if not claimed and cleared or re-warehoused.

G. E. C. STANFORD.


Financial Secretary.


The Treasury and Customs Department,
29th April, 1957.


Ship


29 8 52
30 10 52

24 1 55


Marks &
Nos.


Tyra
Lady Nelson

Tribesman

Oranjestad
Wanderer
Nina
( astor

Alcoa Cavalier
Mary Ollivierre
Unknown
William Johnson
William Johnson
Trajanus

Canadian Cruiser

Daerwood
Daerwood
Lydina A.
Daerwood
Blue Star
Specialist W.

Daerwood
Mandalay

Rhoda L.
Rhoda L.
Lydina A.
T. B. Radar
Atalanti
Sygna
Can. Observer

Daerwood

Tiberius

Rhoda L.
Trajanus
Can. Cruis-


Daerwood
Castor
Can. Challenger
Herdsman
Specialist W.
Hera
Orion
Principal S.
S; ecialist W.
Specialist W.


Quantity and Description


3 cases champagne
I case Motor Car parts


Owner


W. E. Julien


9 Cartoons Feeding bottles Barclay's Bank


W.E.J.
s 3502 m
Co. Ltd.
P/Bros/JG
11/4011 1/9
D.S. & Co.
D.S.
Taylor's Ltd.
Add

Esso
O.A.G.

Add
Add
J T.
W.E.J.
L.G.W.
Mc.C.S.
NL
C.R.J.
O.D.B.
O.D.B.
T.
A2A
Co. Ltd.
E. S. L.
A 22 A
To. Ltd.
Bris
Bris
Bris
D.S.
Grenada
E.T.G.
G.B.
E.S.L.
E.T.C.
W. E. J.
Federal
Agencies
C.
Ciec-Lhe
M. s.
J.E.O.
M.C.C.S
No Marks
E.J.T.
No Marks
W.B.
T.H.E.
C.S.
W.B.
J.C.
A.O.S.
R.P.


David Slinger & Co.
11
Royal Bank of Canada
Fed ral Agencies

R. K. Milne
Govt. of Grenada
Salvaged goods
Marie Glasgow
S. Douglas
Joshua Thorne
W. l' Julien & Co. Ltd.
L. G. Williams
McCabe Salfarlie
Nick s Ltd.
C. H. Johnson
O. D. Brisbane
do.
Taylor Ltd.
do.

Everybody's Stores
do.

O. D. Brisbane & Sons
do.
do.
David Slinger & Co. Ltd.
Agents
E. T. Gibbs
Grenada Baking Co.
Everybody's Stores
Excelsior Trading Co.
W. E. Julien
Federal Agencies

A. O. Salfarlie
L. H. Evans
Agents
Agents
Mc Cabe Salfarlie
Col. Julien
Agents
Agents
J. B. & Hubbard
T. R. Evans
Satisfactory Stores
Everybody's Stores
Joseph Charles
A. O. Salfarlie
Order


272


Date'


2 Cartoons Beer
3 cases Vintage wine
I case Flavouring extracts
1 Cartoon Wellington
Cigarettes
1 drum Lubricating oil
1 drum Lubricating oil
2 drums Lubricating oil
1 demijohn kerosene
1 drum kerosene
25 crates potatoes
50 crates potatoes
7 bags potatoes
10 bags potatoes
5 Ctns. Royal Reserve rum
10 Cartons rum
1 Ctn. Siegert rum
5 Ctns. S.C. Brandy rum
4 Ctns. Sunglow rum
6 Ctns. Special rum

3 Ctns. S. C. Brandy rum
5 Ctns. Special rum

3 Ctns. Bitters
1 Ctn. Hitters
1 Ctn. Bitters
2 Gtns. Liqueurs
1 bag Ruby flour
2 Ctns. Mouthorgans
1 bag Mayqueen flour
10 Ctns. nuts
1 C/S almanacs
1 C/S almanacs
7 Ctns. cigarettes

25 tins biscuits
3 bales wrapping paper
1 bag Rosemary flour
1 ctn. soup
10 bags potatoes
1 motor hearse
1 ctn. beer (empty)
2 bags Queen City flour
3 ctns beer
1 C/S check books
1 bale C. P. goods
1 ctn. beef
14 loose tyres
2 ctns. rum
2 ctns. Magnesia


30 6 55

9 2 56


28 10 55
2 2 56

28 11 52
13 10 53
19 3 54
6 5 55
27 9 55
5 10 55
10 11 55

13 12 55

16 12 55













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 8, 1957.-(No. 28.)


Ship


SSpecialist W.
SRhoda L.
Lady Steadfast
Willemstad

Madinina
Fernwood
SWest Indian

Willemstad
Can. Challenger
Ferdia
Daerwood
Willemstad




Craftsman
Adviser
Ferdice
SFir Hill
Muswell Hill


Oranjestad

SWest Indian
S do.
West Indian
do
SRhoda L
Lady Steadfast


15 1 56 Daerwood
17 1 56 Mandalay

30 4 56 Cotton Bay


5 5 56 Daerwood


Date


Marks &
SNos.

R.D.
Fcod yeast
E.C.R. 7762
Add.
Add.
Add.
Add.
Add.
Soskram
G.F.H.
S.E.A.
R.K.M.
B.P.
Add.


Add.

J.T.
G.E.D.R.S.
N.M.
Add.
C.A.L.


DMJ
MCT
W.E.J.
Order
E.S.L.
Order

J.A.C.
H.H.
Add

O.D.B.
L.A.P.
E.T.C.
T.E.N.S.
Order


Quantity and Description


1 C/S Magnesia Tablets
1 tin food yeast
1 pcl. batteries
1 ctn. G.M.U.
1 box G.M.U.
1 box merchandise
I mattress
1 pkg. merchandise
1 bale sugar bags
I ctn. condensed milk
1 box codfish
2 C/S Lactogen
1 C/S medicines
1 C/S worn clothing
do. do.
1 pok. merchandise
1 case provisions
2 ctns. provisions
2 C/S cigarettes
1 ctn. macaroni
1 bag flour
i C/S Adv. Matter
100 ctns. skimmed milk


2 cases enamel ware

1 empty ctn. beer
2 bags Talisman flour
1 tin canned goods
3 pails putty
3 pails lard
1 bag vegetables (empty)
2 bags potatoes (empty)
2 cases cream
1 case Medicines
1 Carton Callenders
1 Case Lactogen
1 do
1 Carton Custard Powder
1 Case wine


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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


GRADESS


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Craked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Date fixed: 7th January, 1957.
GRENADA.


Advances


25 Cents


38 do.

12 do.

$1.20

60 Cents.

30 do.


O. D. DOUGLAS,
Secretary.


PRINTED BY TilE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE:S,
1957


273


Owner


Order
Agents
J. B. Hubbard
Iris Clement.
Amelia Jones
Alice Alexander
Mary Mitchell
Llana Phillip
G. F. Huggins
G. F. Huggins
G. F. Huggins
Order
Beckwith Pharmacy
Louisa Joseph
Cyril Williams
Agents
C. Bartholemew
F. Lawrence
Joshua Thorne
Agents (M.T.)
Agents (M.T.)
Gleans Garage
Sundry Consignees
(Library Warehouse)

Dorothy Martin

W. E. Julien
Julien's Agencies
Everybody's Stores
G. F. Huggins
2 R


David Slinger
B.P.
O. D. Brisbane
L. A. Purcell
E.T.
T. E. N. Smith
Elliot


26 2 56


2 10 55


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