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Publication Date: August 3, 1957
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


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VOL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE"', SkTURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1957. [No. 38.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS.
No. 936.
THE following appointments, promotions and
transfers in the General Clerical Service have
been approved :-
Mr. R. J. 0. Pitt, Class III Clerk, Magistrate's
Office, has been promoted to be a Class II Clerk,
Medical Department, with effect from 1st January,
1957.
P.F. 539.

Mr. Denis Canning, Acting Class III Clerk,
Magistrate's Office, has been appointed a Class III
Clerk, with effect from 19th August, 1955. .r.
Canning will be posted to the Registry vice Mr. G.
Solomon,
P. F. 926.

Mr. Roy Phillips, Acting Class III Clerk,
Magistrate's Office, has been appointed a Class III
Clerk, with effect from 1st May, 1956. Mr.
Phillips will be substantively posted to the iagis-
trate's Office, St. George's, vice Mr. R. J. C. Pitt,
but will be seconded for the time being to the
Magistrate's Office, Sauteurs.
P. F. 1031.

Miss Claire Mitchell, has been appointed to a2t
as Class III Clerk, Magistr.te's, Office, St. George's,
vice Mr. R. Phillips, with effect from 1st August,
1957.
P.F. 1114.

Mr. I). Romain, Class II Clerk, Treasury and
Customs Department, has be-n selected for pro-
motion to the post of Class I Clerk, Treasury and
Customs Department, (Airport Officer), vice Mr.
R. A. Daniel, recently selected for the post of
Clerk of the Legislative Council. The effective
date of this appointment will be announced later.
P. F. 354.


Mr. Errol Coard, Class III Clerk, Police Depart-
ment, has been selected for promotion to a Class
II Clerkship, Treasury and Customs Department,
vice Mr. Remain, with effect from the date Mr.
Romain's promotion takes effect.
P. F. 546.

Mr. \. James, Acting Class IlI Clerk, Education
Office, has been selected for appointment to a Class
III Clerkship, Police Department, vice Mr. E.
Coard, with effect from the date Mr. Coard's
appointment takes effect.
P. F. 1042.

Mr. L. L. Vectour, Class III Clerk, Treasury
and Customs Department, has been promoted to
a Class II Clerkship, Treasury and Customs De-
partment, with effect from 1st January, 1957, and
posted to the Treasury Headquarters.
P. F. 964.

Mr. J. E. Pierre, Class III Clerk, Treasury and
Customs Department, has been promoted to a
Class II Clerkship, Treasury and Customs Depart-
m-nt, with effect from 1st .lanutry, 1957, and
posted to the Treasury Headquarters.
P. F. 887.

Mr. G. H. Bain, Class III Clrk, Electricity
Department, has been promoted to a Class II
Clerkship, Treasury and Customs Department,
with effect from 1st January, 1957, and assigned
for duty at the Revenue Office, Carriacou. Mr.
Bain has been seconded as Class 11 Clerk, Rich-
mond Hill Prisons, with effect from 1st August,
1957.
P. F. 826.
Mr. G. P. Rose, Class III Clerk, Magistrate's
Office, Gouyave, has been promoted to a Class II
Clerkship, Treasury and Customs Department,
with effect from 8th July, 1956.
P. F. 478.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 3, 1957.-(No. 38.)


Miss Bridget Joseph, Acting Class III Clerk,
Revenue Office, Carriacou, has been appointed to
be a Class III Clerk, Treasury and Customs I)e-
partment, with effect from 1st January, 1957, vice
Mr. L. Ventour.
P. F. 1068.

Mr. John Paterson, Acting Class III Clerk,
Electricity Department, has been appointed to be
a Class Ill Clerk, Electricity Department, with
effect from 19th September, 195.5, vice Mr. G. H.
Bain.
P. F. 911.

Mr. George Johnson, Acting Class III Clerk,
Government Office, has bnen appointed to be a
Class III Clerk, with effect from 15th March,
1956. Mr. Johnson will be substantively posted
to the Treasury vice Mr. J. E. Pierre, but will be
seconded for the time being to the Government
Office.
P. F. 1012.

Mr. Seon Alexander, Class III Clerk, Post
Office, Victoria, to act as Class II Clerk, Treasury
and Customs Department, with effect from 1st
August, 1957, vice Mr. D. Mlc Intyre who will be
proceeding on long leave.
P. F. 558.

Mr. Cuthbert Calliste, Assistant Teacher, to act
as Class III Clerk, Post Office, with effect from
ist August, 1957, v:ce Mr. S. Alexander.
P. F. 1113.

Miss Denise Mc Intosh, to act as a Class III
Clerk, Treasury and Customs Department, with
effect from 1st August, 1957.

P. F. 850.



VACATION LEAVE.

No. 237.
R. D. I. Mc INTYRE. Class II Clerk, Treasury
II Department, has been granted 180 days'
vacation leave on full pay and 90 days' leave on
half pay with effect from 1st August, 1957.
P. F. 543.

No. 238.
R. CLIVE BAIN, Acting Class II Clerk, Prisons
Department, has been granted 180 days'
vacation leave with effect from Ist August, 1957.
P. F. 548.

No. 239.
MA RS. GLENORA PHILBERT, Class III Clerk,
SRegistry, has been granted 55 days' vacation
leave on full pay and 125 days' leave on half-pay
with effect from 1st August, 1957.

P. F. 542.


No. 240.

THE following documents are circulated with
and form part of this Gazette:-
S. R. & O. No. 23.-The Police (Subsistence
and Lodging allowance) Regulations, 1957.
S. R. & O. No. 24.-The Registration of United
Kingdom Trade Marks (Amendment) Rules,
1957.

3rd. August, 1957.

No. 211.
T HE 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 L-gislature :-
No. 2 of 1957.-An Ordinance to amend the
Fisheries Loans Ordinance, 1954.
No. 3 of 1957.-An Ordinance to amend the
Carriacou Land Settlement and Develop-
ment Ordinance, 1954.

By Command,

R. A. DANIEL,
for Administrator.
Government Office,
3rd August, 1957.


POLICE NOTICE.

Race Meeting, Queen's Park, 5th and
6th August, 1957.

Regulation of Traffic.

Y virtue of the powers vested in me under
S Section 79 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 19:38, I hereby publish the
following orders which shall apply at Queen's
Park on the 5th and 6th August, 1957.
1. From 10 a.m. all vehicles proceeding to
Queen's Park shall cnter by the Western entrance
(Green Bridge Emboucherie Road) keeping to the
near side or left lane indicated by white traffic
line.
2. Buses shall not enter the enclosure ouposite
the pavillion. They will set down and t-ke up
passengers in the open space outsidee the enclosure,
where they may park. Turning space will be
provided. Exit will be by way of the left or near
side lane towards the western exit (Green Bridge,
Emboucherie Road). Buses may also park on the
Emboucherie Road as directed by the Poli.e on
duty.
3. Taxis may park in their allocated area out-
side the cnclo-ure. They will be allowed entrance
to the enclosure in which case they will take exit
by way of the Wooden Bridge to the River Road,
4. Private Cars will all enter the enclosure
and may park in the spaces opposite the pavilion
and east of the race course on the football field.
They will exit by way of the Wooden Bridge to
the River Road.


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5. No Parking of Motor Vehicles will be allowed
(a) on the River Road Between its junction
with Melville Street and a spot 100 fee
(marked) east of the Wooden Bridge exi
from Queen's Park.
(b) on Melville Street and the Embcucheri
Road from the junction with the Rive
Road to the spot (marked) 60 feet north c
the western (Green Bridge) entrance t
the Park.
N.B. Warning devices (horns) are to be use
cnly when necessary on the grounds of safety, an
not to summon passengers.

J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. Georges's,
Grenada, 1. W. I.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

POST OFFICE.

Grenada/Carriacou Mail and Passengei
Service.

Itinerary during the August Holidays, 195;

AUXILIARY Schooner Lydina A" will obherv(
the following itinerary :-
Leave St. George's on Sunday, 4th August al
9 a.m.
Leave Carriacou on Wednesday 7th August al
9 a.m.

M. W. HAYLING,
Acting Colonial Postmaster.

General Post Office,
Grenada,
24th July, 1957.


POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE.

ROAD CLOSED.

THE Birchgrove-Grand Bras Road will be closed
to vehicular traffic between, the Bylands and
the Grand Bras junctions from 6 a. m. 29th July:
1957, to 4 p. m. 24th August, 1957, for the purpose
of allowing (P. \V. D.) Public Works Department
repairs to the L'Esterre bridge, under section 79 of
the Motor vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance,
1938.
Motorists wishing to travel from Birchgrove to
Grenville may do so through the St. James road.
Motorists wishing to travel to North St. Andrew's
or St. Patrick's may do so through the Bylands
road.

J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
25th July, 1957.


AGRICULTURE.

Apprenticeship Scheme.

A PLICATIONS are invited for the four Agri-
cultural Apprenticeships shortly to become
vacant in the Department of Agriculture.
2. The course of training will be for a period of
one year, commencing on the 1st October, 1957.
Successful candidates will be required to reside at:
Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station-October to
December 1957.
Westeihall Agricultual Station-January to
March 1958.
Mt. Home and Boulogne Cocoa St3tions-
April to June 1958.
In July and August 1958 Apprentices will be
attached to the Extension Staff of the Department,
and during this period may be required to work in
any part of the Island.
3. Successful candidates will receive an allow-
ance of one Dollar (.$!.W0) per working day during
the period of the Course, and will be required to
make their own arrangements for board and lodge,
although quarters may be provided where they are
available
4. The Government accepts no responsibility
for providing employment to Apprentices on the
completion of their Course.
5. Applicant,, should be between the ages of 18
and 24 should state age, School or Schools attended
with Standard or Certificate attained, past and
present employment, and emoluments earned at
the present time, experience in agriculture and the
facilities which they expect will be available to them
for practising agriculture after their period of Ap-
prenticeship.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Agriculture, Tanteen, St.
George's and should reach that address not later
than 31st August, 1957.
The envelope containing the application should
be marked "Apprenticeship" on the outside.
7. Testimonials which will not be returned
should accompany the application.

G. A. SOUTHWELL
Acting Superintendent of Agriculture
Tanteen,
St. George's
18th July, 1957.


NOTICE.

Crab Poisoning Campaign.


T HE Public is hereby warned that Crabs in the
Belmont, Tanteen and Ballast Ground areas
will bs poisoned as from the 12th August, 1957.
Owners of poultry and livestock are warned to
keep same away from these areas until further
notice.
F. C. ALEXIS,
Senior Medical Officer.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 3, 1957.-(No. 38)


DISTRICT BOARD NOTICES.



TAKE Notice that the register of voters for the
General Election of the St. George's District
Board to be held in September, 1957, may he seen
at the District Board's Office and the Court House,
St. George's.
All objections to the said register will be heard
at the Office of the District Board, St. George's on
Thursday the 8th day of August, 1957 from 4.30
p.m.

K. SYLVESTER,
Secretary.
District Board's Office,
St. George's.


NOTICE.

TAKE notice that the Register of voters for the
General Election of the St. Patrick's District
Board to be held in September, 1957, has been
published and may be seen at the District Board's
Office and at the entrance to the District Police
Court.
All objections to be said register will ba heard at
the District Board's Office, Sauteurs, on Friday
the 2nd day of August from 4.00 p.m.

(Sgd.) DE COSTA NYACK,
Secretary.
District Board's Office,
Sauteurs.
22nd July, 1957.


NOTICE.

TAKE notice that the Register of Voters for the
SGeneral Election of the St. Andrew's District
Board to be held in September, 1957 has been
published and may be seen at the Court House and
the District Board's Office, Grenville.
A Special Meeting will be held at the District
Board's Office, Grenvile, on T/iursday 15th
A ugust, 1957, from 4.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. for the
purpose of hearing objections to the said Hegister.

L. A. JACQUES,
Secretary.

District Board's Office,
Grenville,
24th July, 1957.


NOTICE.

TAKE Notice that the register of voters for the
SGeneral Election of St. John's District Board
to be held in September 1957 may be seen at the
District Board's Office and the Ccurt House,


St. John's. All objections to be said register will
be heard at the Office of the District Board, St.
John's on Thursday, August 15, 1957, from 9.30
a.m.
L. A. JAPAL,
Secretary.
District Board's Office,
July 26, 1957.


Post of Engineering Assistant, Public Works
Department, Grenada, B. W. I.


PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the post
of Engineering assistant, Public. Works Lepart-
ment, Grenada, B. W. I.
Appointment: The post which is permanent
and pensionable, carries a salary scale of $2,880 x
$120-$3,840 per annum, together with a pension-
able pay addition of 20 per cent at all stages of
salary. The point of entry into the scale will be
determined according to the candidate's qualification
and experience.
Qualifications : Applications from qualified
civil or structural engineers will be given priority,
but other applicants must produce evidence to show
that they have the basic knowledge and experience
to carry out satisfactorily the duties which they
will be called upon to perform.
Duties : The successful applicant will be ex-
pected to design structures in steel, reinforced
concrete and timber, and prepare working drawings
of such structures. His duties will include the
preparation of all kinds of civil engineering works
being carried out by contract or by direct labour.
He will be expected to exercise rigid financial
control over such projects. He will also be re-
quired to perform such other duties as may be
assigned to him by the Superintendent of Public
Works.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passages: Free fist class passages to Grenada
will be provided for the Officer, his wife and
children not exceeding live persons in all; children
should be under 18 vears of age, unmarried and
dependent on the officer.
Leave and Leave Passages : Vacation leave
on full salary will be granted at the rate of 45 days
per annum, and may he accumulated up to a
maximum period of 180 days.
Leave passages will be provided in accordance
with local regulations.
Medical Attention: Free medical attention
and medicines are not provided.
Taxation : All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving iull particulars of name,
age, qualifications and experience accompanied by
at least two testimonials and a Certificate of
Medical fitnessshould be submitted to the Secre-
tary, Public Service Commission. Government
Office, St. George's, Grenada, B. \. I. not later
than 31th A ugust, 1957.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 3, 1957.-(No. 38.)


Vacant Posts Of Staff Nurse, Health
Department (Tuberculosis Division.)

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

SPPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
I as Staff Nurses in the Tuberculosis Division
of the Health Department, Trinidad and Tobogo.
2. Appointment is subject to medical fitness, on
agreement for two years in the first instance with
salary in the scale $900 x 60-$1,200 x 120-
$1,560 per annum, plus cost of living allowance,
with effect from the date of assumption of duty.
A commencing salary above the minimum of the
scale may be paid on the basis of one increment
for each year of approved post graduate experience
with retrospective effect from the date of assunm-
tion of duty after six (6) months' satisfactory
service.
3. Hostel accommodation, including free meals,
free uniforms, and free laundering of uniforms is
provided. Vacation leave, sic' leave and local
leave will also be granted in accordance with the
provisions of the local Civil Service Leave Regu-
lations.
4. Candidates must be in possession of a Certi-
ficate in General Nursing or an equivalent or
superior certificate, and should be between 23 and
40 years of age. Preference will be given to can-
didates with experience in tuberculosis work.
5. Passage to Trinidad and return passage to
place of recruitment for the officer only, will be
paid by the Trinidad Government.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Director of Medical Services and should reach him
not later than the 31st Avnist, 1957. Copies and
not originals of testimonials or Certificates should
be submitted.


NOTICE


WO vacancies exist for Assistant Agricultural
Superintendents, pensionable, on the salary
scale $3,408 x $144- $3,840 x $144 $4,560 per
annum : initial salary commensurate with pro-
fessional qualifications and post-qualification
experience. Appointment is subject to medical
fitness and to a probationary period of two years.
Duties : These relate primarily to the Exten-
sion Service of the Department. Officers will he
required to live in rural districts and will be
responsible to the Agricultural Superintendent or
duly authorised senior officer for Departmental
services to farmers, which include supervision of
demonstration stations and nurseries; execution of
programmes for improving the efficiency of farms ;
general agricultural development including service
on Regional Development Committees; inve'tiga-
tion and supervision of agricultural loans and
grants ; administration of Agricultural legislation;
promotion and co-ordinaticn at district level of
specialist services of the Department e.g. Agri-
cultural Education in primary schools, Rural Youth
Clubs, Artificial Insemination Service, Agricultural
Economic Surveys, etc., and such other duties as
may from time to time be assigned.
Qualifications: A 13. Sc. degree in Agriculture,
the D.I.C.T.A. or a diploma in Agriculture accept-
able as the equivalent normally obtainable in three


years or long and meritorious service in a com-
parable capacity in an Agricultural Department.
Preference will be given to candidates possessing
both the stated qualification and suitable experience.
General: Leave and Leave Passages are
granted in accordance with the Leave and Leave
Passages Regulations. (Applicable to candidates
from Overseas only). On appointment passages
will be paid for the officer, wife and children (under
18 years and unmarried) not exceeding five pas-
sages in all. A candidate who is not in the Public
Service and who is over 40 years of age will
normally be appointed on ontrnict. In this event
a gratuity of 22 of salary will be payable in
respect of each completed period of three months
satisfactory service. (Applicable to candidates
from over overseas only). (A passage back to the
place of recruitment will he provided on the satis-
factory termination of the period of contract).
The opportunity to qualify for advancement to
the grade of Agriculturdl Superintendent would he
given to those who show satisfactory promise
after a minimum period of not less than six years
service.
Quarters are not provided but where available,
rental at the rate of 10% of salary is payable in
respect of unfurnished quarters.
2. Applications should be addressed to the Sec-
retary, Public Service Commission, General Post
Office Building, Georgetown, British Guiana, for
delivery not later than the 3rd. September 1957.
Testimonials are not required from applicants
already in the Public Service. Further particulars
which may be required may be obtained on applic-
ation to the Chief Establishment Officer, Public
Buildings, Georgetown, Britistl Guiana.


NOTICE.

3 ARMERS are reminded that the following ferti-
lizers are still on sale at-
The Plant Protection Depot, Tanteen, St.
George's.
La Sagesse Works, St. David's.
Grenada Cocperative Nutmeg Association, St.
Mark's.
Plant Protection Depot, Sauteurs.
Carrier Boucan, Carriere, St. Andrew's
Food Storage Centre, Grenville.
Grand Bacolet Boucan, St. Andrew's.
Because of increased cost due to some rebagging
and continuing storage and handling charges it is
necessary to increase slightly the price to farmers.
Price from 1st August will be as under:-
Per ton. Per bag. Per lb.

8: 15: 25 ... $189.00 $18.90 10 cts.
12: 8: 24 .. $184.00 $18.40 lO cts.


NOTICE.


APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Supervisor of Home Economics and School
Feedings, Education Department, Grenada. The
post is pensionable and carries a salary of 81,824 x
96-$2,400 per annum plus a pay addition of twenty
per cent of salary. A travelling allowance of $828
per annum is also provided.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 3, 1957.-(No. 38.)


The successful candidate will be responsible for
the operation of the School Feeding Scheme and
for the expansion and supervision of the teaching-
of Home Economics in Schools and to adults.
Preference will be given to applicants who hold
good qualifications in Home Economics and have
shown ability to assume responsibility and gain
the co-operation and respect of others.
Applications should reach the Education Officer
not later than 15th .AnIust, 1957.

A. A. LA GRENADE.
Acting Education Officer.
29th July, 1957.


NOTICE.

Central Housing And Planning Authority.


FrIHE attention cf the Public is hereby drawn to
1 Notices of Resolutions passed by the Central
Authority and Published in the Government
Gazette of 27th November, 1948.
1. A Resolution giving Notice of a Decision to
Zone an Area within the Parish of St. George.
That is to say:-
The Town of St. George inclusive of an
area of two miles inland (as the crow flies)
outside the limits of the said town.
2. Prohibition of the Development of Laud
(Erection of New Buildings, Alteration to,
Extensive Repair or Renewal of, Building
within the Area Specified in the Resolution.
The Public is hereby notified that these Regula-
tions are to be observed, and thi t persons who
erect buildings wit:iin the zone, without reference
to the Central Authority or who in any way in-
fringe these Regulations would he prosecuted.
See Regulations made by the Central Authority
under the Provisions of Section 4 of the Town and
Country Planning Ordinance, 1946. (No. 3 of
1946) Gazetted 23rd October, 1948.

C. W. FRANCIS,
Actino Secretary and
Executive Officer,
Central Authority.


NOTICE.

Smuggling of Spirits Into The United Kingdom
From The West Indies.

0 FFICIALS of H. M. Customs and Excise in
tle United Kingdom have drawn the British
\es't Indies Welfare Liaison Officer's attention to
attempted smuggling of rum and other spirits in
postal packages of food from the British West Indies
into the United Kingdom. The scope of this mal-
practice is illustrated by the number of seizures in
the six months ended 31st March, 1957, i. e. 1170
involving 159 gallons of potable spirits which, had
they gone through undetected would have resulted
in a loss of over 1,000 to United Kingdom revenue.
It is regretted that some of these seizuries were in
respect of parcels sent from Grenada.


The problem continues to cause the United
Kingdom Customs and Excise to examine carefully
the large number of packages coming from the
British West Indies, and the situation with
seizures during the period under review running i-t
an average of over six per day, cannot he said to he
satisfactory.
2 Attention is directed to the loss and disap-
pointment sustained by the sender and the ad-
dressee by the forfeiture of the entire contents of
packages containing undeclared spirits.
:i Failure to make a proper declaration may
involve heavy penalties :s well as forfeiture of all
smuggled goods. It also results automatically in
the loss of any concession which might otherwise
he applicable to goods other than those smuggled.
Government therefore hopes that residents in
Grenada and intending migrants to the United
Kingdom will be discouraged from attempting these
infringements of the Cluited Kingdom Customs
Regulations.

Government Office,
Grenada,
31st July, 1957.
M. 478


Board of Commissioners of Currency, British
Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) -
Appointment of Commissioners.

Ir-IE Secretary of State ior the Colonies on the
nomination of His Excellency the (Governor of
the Leeward Islands, appointed Mr. 0. R. KELSICK,
D.F.C., Chief Secretary of thri Leeward Islands, to
be a Commisqione( in place of the H-on. C. S.
ROBERTS, Irom 20th Miay, 1957, to 8t!h .ine, 1957,
and the Hon. O. L. \\ILLIAMS, Economic and0
Financial Adviser, Leewardl Islands, to bIe a Com-
missioner in place of Mr. O. R. KELSICK, D.F.C.,
with effect from 9th June, 1957.
(Sgd.) L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
Headquarters,
Board of Commissioners of Currencv
British Territories (Ea-tern Group),
Trinidad.
22nd July, 1957.


Vacant Post of Assistant Government Chemist,
Trinidad and Tobago.

SPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
1. qualified persons for appointment to a post
of Assistant Government Clhemist in the Govern-
ment Chemists Department, Trinidad and Tobago.
Salary: $3,60C x 120-4,320 x 240-$6,000 per
annum.
Duties : Mainly analytical and supervisory.
The work is varied and interesting and consists of
the analysis of food and drugs and commercial
samples, forensic and toxicological analysis, train-
ing of junior personnel, and such other duties as
directed by the Government Chemist.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 3, 1957.-(No. 38.)


Qualifications: Applicants should possess an
honours degree in Chemistry of the Fellowship of
Associateship of the Royal Institute of Chemistry
or other equivalent qualifications.
Applications should be submitted to the Colonial
Secretary, Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad,
B.\V I., not later than 13th of AuqUst, 1957.


Agricultural Officer (Extension)
Department of Agriculture, St. Vincent.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably qtuali-
fied candidates for appointment to the post
of Agricultural Officer (Extension), Department of
Agriculture, St. Vincent, particulars Af which are
as follows :-
Appointment: The post is pensionable, hut
the appointment will be on a contractural basis or
Gin econdment, for a period of 2 years in the first
instance. The pension rights of any pensionable
seconded officer will he preserved.
Duties: The duties of tle officer will be those
assigned to him ,b the Superintendent of Agricul-
ture to whom he will be directly responsible. Such
duties will include the direction of Agricultural
Extension and soil Conservation programmes, as
well as general work of an administrative nature.
Qualifications: The minimum qualification
required is the Diploma of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture or an equivalent degree, with
experience in Tropical Agriculture. General ad-
min strative exp rience and knowledge of extension
work would be advantageous.
Salary: The salary is in the scale .3.3i0 x
$120--S 14.32 0, plus a pay addition of of salary.
Allowances: Travelling an id uibsistence
Allo,'.v.nces are payable in accordance with lcdl
regula.i.)ns, in respect ofl approved travel on dutLy.
Quarters : Quarters are not provided.
Passages : Free passages to St. Vincent 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 ease of a
contract appointment or appointment on second-
ment free passages will be provided on the satis-
factory tet nation of the contract or secondment.
Leave and Leave Passages : 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.
Live 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
Islands, Grenada, and should reach him not later
than the 15th August, 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. L. F. Benoit,
Licensed Land Surveyor, of a survey made at the
request of Mirs. Marie Morin of the boundaries of
a lot of land the property of Mrs. Marie Morin
and contiguous with lands of Mrs. Margaret
Boyne and Mr. Fitz-Albert Alexis, situate at
Marigo: in the parish of St. John's has been
lodged by the Director of Surveys in the office of
the Registrar of the Supreme Court of the Wind-
ward Islands and Leeward Islands at Grenada.
Dated the 15th day of July, 1957.

C. O. R. PHILLIPS,
Deputy .1e2istrar, Supreme Court.

Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada B. XV. I.



Post of Estimator/Draughtsman, Public Works
Department, Dominica.


PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
I qualified candidates for appointment on con-
tract to the post of Estimator/Draughtsman, Public
\Vorks Department, Dominica.
The post which is non-pensionable is financed
under C.D. & \V. Scheme D. 2607 and carries a
salary of $3,360 per annum plus a pay addition of
20"1 of salary.
Appointment will be on contract for a period of
two years in the first instance.
Quarters are not provided.
Free passages will be provided on first appoint-
ment and on satisfactory completion of his period
of service from and to the place of recruitment
respectively, for the officer and family not exceed-
ing five persons in all (children to be under 18 years
of age, unmarried and dependent on the officer).
Applicants should have experience in architect-
ural and engineering draftsmanship in the Drawing
Office of a Public \Works Department or of a
reputable firm of contractors for building and
engineering works. Experience in the taking out
of quantities and in estimating would be an
advantage.
Travelling :and subsistence allowances are pay-
able in accordance with local regulations in respect
of approved travel on duty.
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 termination of the contract.
Applications containing full particulars of the
applicant's qualifications and experience, and
accompanied by two testimonials should be
addressed to the Administrator. Dominica and
should reach him not later than the 151th August,
1957. Applicants already in the Public Service
must submit their applications through the normal
channels.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 3, 1957.--(No. 38.)

THE FACILITIES FOR TITLE ORDINANCE, 1956.

FORM C.

Notice of Application for Loan.


TAKE Notice that the persons whose names appear hereunder claim to lie 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 abovementioned
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 thereof and
noting any objection or information pertaining to the title or boundaries that may be stated by any
person:-


Name and Address
of Applicant


Date of
Application


Description of land


Time and Date
of Inspection


Salome Hosten 16th July, 1957 A lot of land containing one (1) acre
situate at Mt. Nelson, St Mark's,
bounded:-North by lands of P. G.
Hosten, East by lands of Dick Iosten,
South by lands of Pontie Simon, West
by lands of Leonard Bell


9.00 a.m. on the 14th
August, 1957.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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


GRADES


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,


Date fixed: 7th January, 1957.


GRENADA.

PRINTED BT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
ST. GEORGE'S.
1957


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O. D. DOUGLAS,
Secretary,





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