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Publication Date: August 17, 1957
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359


GRENADA.


Government Gaz


gnbiishb c bU Antboritn.


VOL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE'S, S TURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1957. [No. 40.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.


APPOINTMENTS.

Public Service Commision.
No. 249.
T is notified for general information that His
Excellency the Acting Governor has been
pleased to re-appoint the following members of the
Public Service Commission to serve on that Body
for a further period of one year with effect from
16th August, 1957:-

W. H. Hagley, Esq., M.B.E.
Dr. L. A. Rapier
Mrs. H. E. L. Hosten.
The Chairman, Dr. J. R. Groome, was appointed
for a period of two years with effect from 16th
August, 1956.
16th August, 1957.

No. 2.0.
M R. D. B. LOUISEY, Agricultural Assistant, has
Been appointed as Co-operatives Officer,
with effect from 1st August, 1957.
17th August, 1957.
P.F. 447.

No. 251.
MR. G. A. PHILLIPS has been appointed as an
Agricultural Assistant, Department of Agri-
culture, with effect from 1st August 1957, vice
Mr. D. B. LOUISEY.

17th August, 1957.
P.F. 1121.


No. 252.
R. K. 1. RUSH, Senior Agricultural Instructor,
has been appointed as an Agricultural Assis-
tant, Department of Agriculture, with effect from
1st January, 1957.

17th August, 1957.
P. F. 486.

No. t53.
NDER the provisions of section 7 of the
Friendly Societies Ordinance, 1954, (No. 38
of 1954), Mr. C. A. MARTINEAU, B.A., |Registrar
of Co-operatives, has been appointed Registrar of
Friendly Societies with effect from 7th August,
1957.

8th August, 1957.
M.P. 1771.

No. 254.
LTNDER the provisions of section 6 of the Trade
j Unions and Trade Disputes Ordinance, 1951.
(No. 20 of 1951), Mr, C. A. MARTINEAU, B.A.,
Registrar of Co-operatives, has been appointed
Registrar of Trade Unions with effect from 7th
August, 1957.

8th August, 1957.
M.P. 1771.

RESUMPTION.
No. 255.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 115 Mr.
SR. ST. JOHN, Acting Chief Public Health
Inspector, resumed duty with effect from 14th
August, 1957.

17th August, 1957.
P.F.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.)


VACATION LEAVE.
No. 257.
ISS PHYLLIS SEON, Class I Clerk Treasury
and Customs Department, has been granted
180 days' vacation leave with effect from 15th
August, 1957.
17th August, 1957.
P.F. 304.

RESIGNATIONS.
No. 258.
AfR. RAYMOND SOLOMON, Class III Clerk,
S Electricity Department, has resigned with
effect from 15th August, 1957.
15th August, 1957.
P.F. 547.

No. 259.
R. H. W. OGILVIE, Assistant Surveyor, Public
Works Department, has resigned with effect
from 30th June, 1957.
17th August, 1957.
P.F. 881.

No. 260.
IT is hereby notified that Dr. JAMES COCOZZA,
Veterinary Officer, has been admitted as a
Member of the Royal Soaiety of Health and is
now entitled to use the designation M.R.S.H., after
his name.
17th August, 1957.
P.F. 865


SICK LEAVE.
No. 26 1.
R. DOREEN M URRAY, Resident Me-liial Officer,
Colony Hospital, h;as been granted 33 days'
sick leave with effect from 1'th July, 1957.
17th August, 1957.
P.F. 525.

No. 262.
I HE following cdouument is circulated with .ind
forms part of this Gazette:-
S. R. & No. 25.-The Leeward Islands and
Windward Islands (Courts) (Circ.iits and
sittings) (Amendment) Rules, 1957.
17th August, 1957.


No. 263.
ITHE undermentioned Ordinance which has been
I assented to by His Excellency the Acting
Governor is published with this issue of the
Gazette :-
No. 6 of 1957.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordi-
nance 1951.
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Cffice, the Public Library, the Trea-
sury, District Revenue and Post Offices, and Police
Stations.
By Command,


Government Office,
17th August, 1957.


R. A. DANIEL,
for Administrator.


NOTICE.

FEDERAL ESTABLISHMENT OF THE
WEST INDIES.

Applications are invited for the following posts
in the Federal Information Service:-
(a) Reference Librarian :
The duties will entail the assembly of a
basic collection of reference books and
papers with particular regard to Federal
affairs and the general development of
emergent nations within the British Com-
monwealth. Professional qualification in
librarianship, and at least 3 years' experience
in a Public Library are required. Appli-
cants who have a degree in Arts or the
Social Sciences will receive special con-
sideration.
Salary scale $3,600 x 240-34,800 per annum.
(a) Broadcasting Assistant:
Duties will involve the preparation of
news programmes and the production of
talks and discussions on Federal affairF.
Professional experience in the preparation
of radio programmes and an interest in,
and detailed knowledge of, current affairs
required. Applicants with a degree in Arts
or Social Sciences will receive special con-
sideration.
Salary scale $4,030 x 210-$5,520 per annum.
(c) Press Officer:
Duties will involve the preparation of
communiques lor release to the press, to
write feature stories for the distribution to
newspapers throughout the region and to
edit a monthly magazine on Federal affairs
for circulation in the West Indies. Pro-
fessional experience as reporter or editor
on a West Indian paper and a detailed
knowledge of current affairs in the West
Indies essential.
Salary scale $4,080 x 240-$5,520 per annum.
(d) Liaison Officer:
Wil be required to keep in close associa-
tion with Government Departments and all
Information Agencies in the ar a, for the
purpose of collecting materials for the pur-
pose of collecting materials for broadcasting
and publishing. Also require d to meet


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No. 256.

Death of Mr. George R. Hope

THE Administrator has learnt with pro-
found regret of the deith of Mr. GEORGE
R. HOPE, Inspector of Income Tax, Treasury
and Customs Department.

16th August, 1957.
P.F. 343.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.) 36


visiting journalists, to arrange interviews
for them and to facilitate their search for
stories, pictures, etc. Professional ex-
perience in journalism or broadcasting
essential.
Salary scale $3,600 x 210-$4,800 per annum.
General Conditions of Service.
Consideration will be given to appointment
above the minimum of the salary scale to candi-
dates with special qualifications.
All officers will be required to serve in Barbados
in the first instance and subsequently in Trinidad
when Federal Headquarters move to that Colony.
The Liaison Officer may be required to serve
outside Barbados and Trinidad.
Quarters are not provided in Barbados but
officers recruited from outside that Colony who are
not normally resident in Barbados will be eligible
for a separation allowance during the interim
period until Federal Headquarters move to Trinidad.
The exact amount of this allowance has yrt to be
determined. Quarters will be provided in Trinidad
at a rental of 10 per cent of Salary. If heavy,
basic, furniture is required, this will be supplied on
payment of a rental of 5 per cent par annum of
the value of the furniture. No separation allowance
will be payable when the Federal Headquarters
are established in Trinidad.
Free passages by the cheapest and most direct
route would be provided on appointment for the
officer, his wife and dependent children, up to a
maximum of five persons in all.
Vacation leave will be granted at most favour-
able rate applied to equivalent grade of officer by.
any federating Unit Government. The exact
amount has yet to be determined.
Leave passages will be provided, not exceeding
the cost of three adult return passages to the
Unite: Kingdom, after a minimum tour of not less
than 4 years.
Free medical attention not provided but cost of
operative treatment, X-ray examination and
bacteriological services for the officer himself would
be met.
Subsistence allowance payable at the approved
rate when travelling on duty.
Applications accompanied by the names of two
references should be submitted to Government
Office rot later than 1st September, 1957.


TREASURY.

Issue of warrants under the Water
Supply Ordinance Cap. 240.

OTICE is hereby given that under the Water
Supply Ordinance, warrants will be issued to
the several Bailiffs for the recovery of all Taxes
due for the year 1937 and previous years, together
with the fines due thereon which may be unpaid
after the 31st August, 1957.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury,
St. George's.
8th August, 1957,


POLICE NOTICE.

Road Closed-Diversion.

THE Hope Bridge on the Eastern Main Road
will be closed to vehicular traffic as from the
19th August until further notice to allow P. W. D.
reconstruction work. A diversion through the
Hope Estate making use of the old road will be
provided during this period. Road signs will be
erected for the guidance of motorists.

J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.


Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.I.


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


APPLICATIONS are invited from
qualified persons for appointment to
of Engineering Assistant, Public, Works
ment, Grenada, B. W. I.


suitably
the post
lepart-


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 five persons in all; children
should be under 18 years 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 be 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.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.--(No. 40.)


Taxation : All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars of name,
age, qualifications and experience accompanied by
at least two testimonials and a Certificate of
Medical fitness should be submitted to the Secre-
tary, Public Service Commission. Government
Office, St. George's, Grenada, B. W. I. not later
than 31th August, 1957.




AGRICULTURE.

Apprenticeship Scheme.



APPLICATIONS 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. Horne and Boulogne Cocoa Stations-
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 ($1.00) 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. Applicants, 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.

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

OFFICIALS of H. M. Customs and Excise in
the United Kingdom have drawn the British
West 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 it
an average of over six per day, cannot be said to be
atisfactory.
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.
3 Failure to make a proper declaration may
involve heavy penalties as well as forfeiture of all
smuggled goods. It also results automatically in
the loss of any concession which might otherwise
be 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 United Kingdom Customs
Regulations.

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




NOTICE TO MARINERS.

Trinidad West Coast Port Of Spain Harbour.


A Light Buoy painted red marked D in
White, exhibiting a light flashing green every
second has been moored 900 feet W.S.W. of No. 7
Beacon within the Harbour of Port of Spain, in
position Latitude 103 38' 40" N. Longitude
61 32' 00" W. This buoy marks the South
Eastern Corner of a rectangle, with N. and S.
sides i', E. and W. sides i', forming a special
anchorage for small craft loaded with dangerous
cargo.
This anchorage is reserved and can only be used
with the written permission of the Harbour Master.

Ministry of Communications and Works,
Grenada.
7th August, 1957.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.)


NOTICE.

Rifle Range, Queen's Park
St. George's.

T is hereby notified for general information that
the Rifle Range at Queen's Park, St. George's
will be used for Rifle firing practise on Tuesday
13th August, 1957, and continuing daily from
7.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. until further notice.
2. When firing is in progress, and for one hour
beforehand, RED FLAGS will be flown on either
side of the Butts on the D'ARBEAU HILL.
This signal indicates that it is DANGEROUS to
approach or remain in the vicinity of the Rifle
Range. and all persons frequenting the area are
HEREBY WARNED to keep clear of it, and
owners of stock to remove their animals from it.

(Sgd.) JOHN H. HOLLE M.B.E.,
Chief of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. Georges,
Grenada,
7th August, 1957.


NOTICE




T 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 be
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; investiga-
tion and supervision of agricultural loans and
grants ; administration of Agricultural legislation;
promotion and co-ordination 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 B. 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 contract. 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 Agricultural Superintendlent would be
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, Britisth Guiana.


NOTICE.

Post of Assistant Engineer, Waterworks
Department, Barbados.


APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
to the above post.
2. Qualification : Candidates should be exempt
from or have passed the Final Parts I and II of
the Examination of the Institution of Civil
Engineers and have had a total of three years
training and practical experience.
3. Duties: Design; preparation 'of plans and
estimates of work; and supervision of labour.
4. Conditions of Service: Post is pensionable
and appointment subject to medical fitness and
two years probation. Salary scale $4,56G x $192-
$5,520 x $240-$6,240. Entry into scale will be
determined in the light of qualifications and
experience : salary subject to deduction at rate of
4% under Widows and Orphans Pensicn Scheme.
Travelling Allowance pay bible in respect of travel
on duty. Officer eligible for loan towards purchase
of car.
5. Passages: Passages of officer and family
are payable on appointment up to a maximum of
$1,920. Leave passages for officer and wife are
payable every three and a half years.
6. Leave: Vacation leave rate of 45 days a
year accumulative to 180 days.
7 Quarters Quarters are not provided.
Applications stating age, education, qualifications
and experience and accompanied by at least two
testimonials should be submitted to the Chief
Engineer, Waterworks Department, Barbados, to
reach him not later than 31st August, 1957.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.)


Vacant post of Chief Agricultural Extension
Officer Department of Science and
Agriculture.

PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
S Chief Agricultural Extension Officer in the
Department of Science and Agriculture, Barbados.
2. The post is pensionable and the salary is in
the scale $3,528 x 144--4,392 : 4,560 x 192-4,944
per annum. Entry into the salary scale will be
determined according to the qualifications and ex-
perleace of the candidate. A loan is obtainable
towards the purchase of a motor vehicle, and
travelling allowance is payable in accordance with
the Public Officers Loan and Travelling Allowances
Regulations. Appointment will be subject to medi-
cal fitness, and will be on probation for two years
in the first instance. No quarters are provided.
3. The main duties of the post are those associat-
ed with agricultural extension, in all its aspects,
among small scale agriculturists, including the
supervision and direction of agricultural extension
officers.
4. The minimum qualification is the Diploma of
the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture or its
equivalent and several years experience in the field.
5. Applications stating age, qualifications, exper-
ience and present emoluments should be addressed
to the Director of Agriculture, Department of
Science and Agriculture, P.O. Box 505, Bridgetown,
and should be submitted not later than the 15th
September, 19.57. The names of two referees should
be mentioned.


NOTICE.

CENTRAL SECRETARIAT- CHIEF SECRETARY'S
OFFICE, (BRITISH GUIANA)-VACANCY FOR
AN ARCHIVIST.

PPLICATIONS are invited fiom suitably
Qualified persons for appointment as Archi-
vist in the Central Secretariat-Chief Secretary's
Office, (British Guiana),
1. Appointment and Salary: 'Ihe post is
pensionable and on salary scale A 3 :$3:696 x $144-
$4,560 x $240-;6,720 per annum. The point of
entry will be determined according to qualifications
and/or experience.
2. Duties :
(i) To establish a Government Archives
Department and to train a local officer in
archives administration;
(ii) to preserve, catalogue and arrange the
archives in orderly manner, including
records of historical interest within, and.
where so required outside, the Govern-
ment Department ;
(iii) to he responsible for thh bibliography of
British Guiani ;
(iv) to provide information based on historical
research ;
(v) to draft regulations to govern the regular
transfer of documents from Government
Departmentts to the archives ;
(vi) to formulate a system of controlled
destruction of documents not worthy of
permanent pr s rvation ; and


(vii) to perform such other duties relating to
archives as the Government may deem
to be necessary.
3. Qualifications : The undermentioned mini-
mum qualifications or their equivalent are
required :--
A first or second class Honours Degree from
an English University cr from a Univer-
sity in the British Commonwealth.
Special consideration will be given to holders
of the Diploma offered by the School of
Librarianship and A archives at the Univer-
sity of London or any other approved
University.
4. Age : Candidates should not be under 25
years or over 40 years of age at 31st August,
1957. This qualification is not applicable to
persons already holding pensionable posts in the
Public Service.
5. Medical fitness: The successful candidate
if not already holding a pensionable post in the
Public Service, will be required to pass a medical
examination for admission thereto.
6. Leave and Leave Passages will be
granted in accordance with the General Orders
and existing Regulations on the subject.
7. Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
8. General Information : Appointment will
be subject to the Colonial Regulations, General
Orders, and other local regulations in force from
time fo time. Unless the candidate appointed al-
ready holds a post on the permanent and pension-
able establishment, confirmation in the appoint-
ment will be subject to satisfactory work and
conduct during a probationary period of two years.
The successful candidate may be required to
undertake a course of further training in the United
Kingdom.
9. Applications stating name in full, date and
year of birth. educational qualifications and ex-
perience, and accompanied by at least two recent
testimonials should be addressed to the Chief
Establishment Officer, Public Buildings, George-
town, for delivery not later than 31st August, 1957.
Applications received after that date will not be
considered. Testimonials are not required from
applicants already in the Public Service who must,
however, submit their applications through the
no mal official channels.
(\. P. No. 19/11/3/5/3).


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


TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
A1 as Staff Nurses in the Tuberculosis Division
of the Health Departmen, 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--8,2C0 x 120-
$i1,.560 per annum, plus (ost of living allowance,
with effect from the date of assumption of duty.
A commencing salary abo,-e the minimum of the
scale may be paid on the basis of one increment
for each year of approved post graduate experience


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17,


1957.-(No. 40.)


with retrospective effect from the date of assum-
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, sick 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 August, 1957. Copies and
not originals of testimonials or Certificates should
be submitted.


WORKS AND HYDRAULICS DEPARTMENT--VACANT
POST EXECUTIVE ENGINEER, DRAINAGE
BRANCH, TRINIDAD, BRITISH WEST INDIES.


APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
a pensionable post of Executive Engineer,
Drainage Branch in the Works and Hydraulics
Department, Trinidad, B.W.I.
The duties of the post comprise investigation,
design, construction and maintenance, under the
control and general supervision of the Chief
Drainage Engineer, of drainage, irrigation and
reclamation works (including river improvements
cutting, realignment, and protection), water control
structures, surface water drains and works for
general land drainage including the reclamation of
swamp, with responsibility for technical, adminis-
trative and financial control.
Candidates must, 1e Corporate Members of the
Institution of Civil Engineers, or must possess a
University Degree or Diploma exempting from
Finil Parts I & II cf the A.M.I.C.E. examinations,
with at least 5 ye rs post-graduate experience in
major civil engineering works and must have a
sound knowledge of hy.iraulics with some know-
1-dge of rainfall run off. Preference will be given
to candidate with knowle g oof, and experience in,
design and/or construction of surface water
drainage works in both urban and rural areas.
Experience in the use of heavy excavating and
earth moving plant would be an additional advan-
tage.
The appointment is subject to medical fitness
and will be on probation for a period of two years,
with salary in the scale $3.600 -120-1,320--240
-$6,000 per annum, the point of entry in this
scale being determined by teo candidate's qualifi-
cations and experience. A temporary Cost of
Living Allowance is payable on salaries up to
$4,320 per annum.
The candidate appointed will be required to
keep and use a standard grade motor cai for the
performance of his official duties, and will be paid
allowances in accordance with the Travelling
Allowances Regulations.


Government quarters ars not specifically provid-
ed for the holder of the office. Official quarters
may however, be allocated to the officer as soon
as they become available. In such a case rent at
the rate of S% of the officer's monthly salary will
be payable, subject to a maximum rental of $50
per month. If furniture is supplied, a rental of 5%
of its value per annum is pa. able. In the case of
an overseas officer, if quarters cannot be allocated,
a house allowance will be paid.
Free x-ray examination and operative treatment
are provided for the officer only at Government
institutions. Free bacteriological and pathological
services are provided for the officer alone while an
in-patient at a Government Hospital.
Officers whose income are in excess of $1,200
per annum are liable for Income Tax-Ch. 33 No. 1
and Ordinance No. 26 of 1955.
Applications stating full particulars of the can-
didate's qualifications and experience should be
submitted to the Col nial Secretary, Red House.
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, not later than the 31st of
August, 1957.
Government Office,
Grenada.
7th August, 1957.
M.P. 465 VI.


WORKS AND HYDRAULICS DEPARTMENT VACANT
POST-EXECUTIVE ENGINEER (HYDROLOGY)
TRINIDAD, BRITISH WEST INDIES.



PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
a pensionable post of Executive Engineer,
(Hydrology) in the Works and Hydraulics Depart-
ment.
The duties of the post are to be responsible,
under th3 Chief Drainage Engineer, for the
setting up, management and control of a proper
organisation for obtaining, recording, interpreting,
and advising on hydrological data (including rain-
fall, river flow, tidal variation and ocean currents);
analysis and interpretation of the data in terms of
engineering hydraulic design and technical, ad-
ministr.ltive and financial control of the Hydro-
logical Section.
Candidates must be Corporate Members of the
Institution of Civil Engineers, or must possess a
University Degree or Diploma exempting from
Final Parts I & II of the A.M.I.C.E. examinations,
with not less than 3 years post-graduate general
engineering experience and 3 years specialised
experience in Hydrology.
The appointment is subject to medical fitness
and will be on probation for a period of two years,
with salary in the scale $3,600-120-4,320-240
$6,.'00 per~annnm, the point of entry in this scale
being determined by the candidate's qualifications
and experience. .\ temporary Cost of Living
Allowance is payable on salaries up to $4,320 per
annum.
The candidate appointed will be required to keep
and use a standard grade motor car for the per-
formance of his official duties, and will he paid
allowances in accordance with the Travelling
Allowances Ilegulations.


365


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.)


Government quarters are not specifically pro-
vided for the holder of the office. Official quarters
may however, be allocated to the office as soon as
they become available. In such a case rent at the
rate of 8% of the officer's monthly salary will be
payable, subject to a maximum rental of 8$50 per
month. If furniture is supplied, a rental of 5% of
its value per annum is payable. Jn the case of an
overseas officer, if quarters cannot be allocated, a
house allowance will be paid.
Free x-ray examination and operative treatment
are provided for the officer only at Government
institutions. Free bacteriological and pathological
services are provided for the officer alone while an
in-patient at a Government Hospital.


Officers whose income are in excess of $1,200
per annum are liable for Income Tax-Ch. 33 No.
1 of Ordinance No. 26 of 1933.

Applications stating full particulars of the candi-
date's qualifications and experience should be
submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Red House,
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, not later than the 31st of
August, 1957.


Government Office,
Grenada.

M.P. 465 VI.


CUSTOMS.

NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned articles which have remained in the several Gov-
ernment warehouses, St. George's, for over one year and which have remained unsold after having
been offered for sale on 29th June, 1957, and not being worth the duty, are hereby declared forfeited in
accordance with Section 27 of the Customs Ordinance, Cap. 58.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury and Customs Department,
25th July, 1957.


Date Ship arkNos. Quantity and Description Owner


16 12 55 Tiberius Federal (7) Seven cartons cigarettes Federal Agencies

24 12 55 Craftsman J. T. (2) Two cases cigarettes Joshua Thorne


366













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUSF 17, 1957,-(No. 40.) 367

CUSTOMS.

OTICE 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 sale at these warehouses,
commencing at the Bond warehouse at Burn's, Point at 1.30 o'clock p.m., on Thursday the 19th day of
September, 1f57, if not claimed and cleared or re-warehoused, and if not sold shall be forfeited in
accordance with Section 27 of the Customs Laws, Cha:-. 58.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary,


The Treasnry & Customs Lepartment,
31st July, 1957.


HUBBARD'S WAREHOUSE.

Marks &
Date Ship aros Quantity and Description Owner


23 5 56 Canadian Victor M. C. S. 25 bags Emerald flour Me Cabe Salfarlie
14 7 56 Mulberry Hill Gleans E. 1 Case Spare parts Gleans Garage
20694
2 8 56 Novelist M. S. & Co. 1 Case Harmless Drugs Order
C. I. A.
16 8 56 Hera J.R. 1L. 911 1 Bale Cotton Goods
A. P.
W. E. J. 1 1 Ctn. Beer W. E. Julien



BURN'S POINT WAREHOUSE.


26 4 56 Confident I. G. W. E. J. 9 Ctns. Federation Rum W. E. Julien & Co. Ltd.
30 6 56 lhoda L. A. 0. Salfarlie 2 Ctns. Vat 19 Rum A. 0. Salfarlie
5 4 56 Lady Steadfast J. M. C. 10 Cases Aimslie's Whisky James Milne Ltd.
26 4 56 Lady Steadfart J. M. C. 3 Cases Aimslie's Whisky Do.
20 6 56 Lady Steadfast J. M. C. 2 Cases Ballantine Whisks Do.
14 4 56 Settler T. E. N. S. 5 Cases Gordon's Gin T. E. Noble Smith & Co,
29 5 56 Bembridge Hill T. S. L. 3 Cases Gordon's Gin Everybody's Stores
14 5 56 Titus T. E. N. S. 4 Cases Three Star Brandy T. E. Noble Smith & Co.
& Co. Ltd.
6 3 56 Lady Steadfast L. M. M. & 1 Parcel containing Two Barclay's Bank
Co. E. G. R. (2) Gents' Belts
8/49
25 4 56 Tiberius J. M, C. 12 Ctns. Alcolade Glaciel James Milne Ltd.
8 3 56 Salvaged Goods Regent 1 Drum containing gasolene
7 5 56 Sygna N/M 6 torn empty bags
7 5 56 Titus No marks 25 torn empty bags



LIBRARY WAREHOUSE]


29 1 56 Daerwood B. '. 1 Case Medicines Peckwith Pharmacy
10 2 56 Can. Challenger Hourice 2 Ctns. Flavouring Ex- Royal Bank
A. W. S. tract
N.M. 1 Ctn. Powdered Milk G. F. Huggins & Co. Ltd.
10 4 56 Cotton Bay V.B./S. 1 Case Corned Beef Hankey's Ltd.
14 4 56 Fernwood F.B. 10 Ctns. Rum Order
19 5 56 Fernwcod Add. 1 Package Merchandise Amy Kingsan
24 7 56 Cotton Bay VI 2264 1 Bale C. P. Goods Agents
No marks 2 Ctns. Merchandise
1 Ctn. Towels
1 Ctn. Tea
1 Ctn. Evoporated Milk
1 Ctn. Oats













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.)


AIR FREIGHT BOND


B.W.I.A.
do
do
do

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do


890400
58146
073259
X. P. L.

480020
090472


25112
085294
811068
20661
784237
097577


1 Package personal effects Charles Hypolite
1 Package Samples Caribbean Tobacco Co.
I Package printing Block The West Indian
1 Package G. M. U. Rita Fernard c/o D.
Malins-Smith
1 Package Cigarettes A. Mendes
2 Pkgs. Advertising Matter A. Norris Hughes
1 lot News papers do
1 lot News papers Ivor Marryshow
1 Pkg. Tobacco Samples Caribbean Tobacco Co.
1 Pkg. Clothing Eliza Francis
1 Pkg. Periodical W. E. Julien, & Co.
1 Pkg. Periodical W. E. Julien, & Co.
1 Pkg. Samples O. D. Br;sbane
1 Printing Block Grenada Printing Co.


No. 2 ARCON WAREHOUSE


Date Ship MNos & Quantity and Description Owner


31 5 56 Lady Steadfast W. E. J. 1 C/s Adv. Material W. E. Julien
A" 2 C/s Lozyan Glass
1T 6 56 Madinina E. S. L. 1 Ctn. Oats Everybody's Stores Ltd.
16 6 56 Specialist W T. W. B. 2 Ctns. Beer Agents
Monserrat
C. & Co. 1 Ctn. Beer Agents
St. Vincent
15 7 56 Fernwood H. L. J. T. 1 Bag Queen City Flour Agents


HUGGINS WAREHOUSE.


3 2 56 Darewood J. L. Q. 3 Cases Tombstones Order
17 4 56 Tiberius H. M. B. 10 Cases Cheese H. M. Bhola
A. O. S. 4 Ctns. Chewing Gum A. O. Salfarlie
1 Empty
M C C W 14 Casks Wines McCartney & Williams
2 5 56 Titus S T C 14 bags Onions (At Bond) Salmac Trading Co.
R R 25 ,,,, Rupert Rapier
I R M S 1 Carton Beer Maria Scott & Co.
M S 4 1 Case Cheese Orders
9 5 56 Pinta A 0 S 5 bags yellow Split Peas A. O. Salfarlie
5 bags black eye peas
5 bags split lentils
1 6 56 Marta Russ International 8 bales paper bags Royal Bank
2782
23 6 56 Specialist W. G F 1 Carton pickles Orders
27 7 56 Hendrik Fisser M. A. & Co. 5 Cases Cheese
6/10
29 6 56 Ferncape Grenada 10 bags split peas Munro Anthony & Co.
7 4 56 Can. Constructor M S 2 bags Queen City Flour Agents


368


5 55
8 55


AIR FREIGHT BOND













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.)


369


THE FACILITIES FOR TITLE ORDINANCE, 1956.

FORM C.

Notice of Application for Loan.


TAKE Notice that the persons whose names appear hereunder claim to be respectively the owners
in fee simple in possession of the land described and have applied to the Central Agricultural Rehabili-
tation Committee, St. George's, Grenada, for a loan on security of a mortgage of the said land, and
that 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 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



Letitia Mitchell,
Beaulieu, Snug
Corner P.O.,
St. George's


Beatrice Lee,
GouyP,ve,
St. John's




Mabel Noel,
Mt. Alexander,
Union P.O.,
St. Mark's




Clement King,
Hermitage,
St. Patrick's




Lazarus Charles,
Munich,
St. Andrew's





Iris Jerimiah,
Grand Bacolet
St. Andrew's




Elijah LaMothe
Mt. Camel, Hope
Post Office,
St. Andrew's


Date of
Application


Description of land


10. 10. 56 A lot of land containing one and a half (11)
acres situate at Newhampshire, St.
George's, bounded:-North by lands of
Joseph Pierre, East by lands of Evan
Paul, South by lands of Herbert Neckles,
West by lands of Mary Ambrose.

23. 5. 57 A lot of land containing two (2) acres situate
at Gouyave, -t. John's, bounded:-
North by lands of D. A. Me Intyre,
East by lands of James Elias, South by
lands of W. P. Branch, West by lands
of Louise Butler.

20. 7. 57 A lot of land containing one and a three-
q'larter (1i) acres situate at Mt. Alex-
ander, St. Patrick's, bounded:- North
by lands of Linus Noel, East by lands
of Johnnie Nicholas, South by lands of
Alphaeus Peters, West by lands of Sace
Noel.

26. 7. 57 A lot of land containing half (i) acre situate
at Heimitage, St. Patrick's, Loundod :-
North by lands of Felicity Andrew,
East by lands of Elmore September,
South by lands of Millicent Andrew,
West by lands of Mrs. Arnold Antoine.

29. 7. 57 A lot of land containing three-quarter (')
acre situate at Mun;ch, St. Andrew's,
bounded: North by lands of Guillaume
Alexander, East by lands of Christiana
Charles and Edna Williams, South by
linds of Henrietta Henry, West by
lands of Ethelia Charles.

22. 5. 57 A lot cf land containing one (1) rood at
Grand Pacolet, St. Ardrtw's, bound-
ed:-North by the Government Main
Road, East by land of Mcsween Jere-
miah, South by lands of Mildred Jere-
miah, West by lands of Vicus Jeremiah.

4. 7. 57 A lot of land containing half (') acre situate
at Mt. Carmel, St. Andrew's, bounded:
North by lands of Boswell Lalgee
East by lands of Theophilus LaMothe
South by lands of the Government Main
Road
West by lands of Angelina Sayers


Time and Date
of Inspection


9.00 a.m. on the
28th August, 1957





9.00 a.m. on the
28th August, 1957





2.00 p.m. on the
28th August, 1957






9.00 a.m. on the
28'h August, 1957





9.00 a.m. on the
28th August, 1950






9.00 a.m. on the
28th August, 1957





9.00 a.m. on the
28th August, 1957












370 GOV]

Name and Address
of Applicant


Francis McQueen
Grand Bacolet,
St. Andiew's





Anthony McQueen
Grand Bacolet,
St. Andrew's


ERNMENT GAZETTE, AUGUST 17, 1957.-(No. 40.)


Date of
Application


Description of land


5. 7. 57 A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Grand Bacolet, St. Andrew's,
hounded:
North by lands of Mrs. Gibbon Cadoo
East by lands of John Fleary
South by lands of Eulyn McQueen
West by lands of Sylvica I hilip

9. 7. 57 A lot of land containing half (i) acre situate
at Grand Bacolet, St. Andrew's,
bounded:
North by lands of Ernest Japal
East by lands of Archibald McMillan
South by lands of Percy Clarke
West by lands of Ernest Japal


Time and Date
of Inspection


2.00 p.m. on the
28th August, 1957






2.00 p.m. on the
28th August, 1957


Roy Calliste
Grand Bocolet,
St. Andrew's


13. 7. 57 A


lot of land containing quarter (1) acre
situate at Grand Bacolet. St. Andrew's,
bounded:
North by lands of Maslyn Sylvester
East by lands of Ernest Japal
South by lands of Marycil Felix
West by lands of John Fleary


2.00 p.m. on the
28th August, 1957


Stephen Roberts 2. 4. 57 A lot of land containing (1) acre situate at
Orange Vale, Crange Vale, Carriacou, bounded :
Carriacou North by lands of Madeline Duncan
East by lands of Lloyd Davidson
South by the Public Road
West by lands of Nathaniel Drummond
14th August, 1957.


9.00 a.m. on the
28th 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


Advances


25 Cents


Dry do.

Crcked Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


38 do.

12 do.

$1.20

60 Cents.

30 do,


O. D. DOUGLAS,
Secretary,


Date fixed: 7th January, 1957.


URENADA.


PLINT'ED bY T'HL (iOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
ST, GEORGE:S.
1957


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