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Publication Date: December 21, 1957
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653


GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


jnulishr bn gnthoritn,


VOL. 75.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1957. [No. 70.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

Use of the Style "Excellency" and
Her Excellency "
No. 411.
HER MAJESTY ham been graciously pleased to
approve that LORD and LADY HAILES shall
each be formally entitled to the style Excellency "
when LORD HAILES assumes his appointment as
Governor-General of The West Indies.
HIER MAJESTY has also been graciously pleased
to approved that the style Her Excellency may
-be used by the wife of an Acting Governor-General.
20th December, 1957.
M.P. 703.

EFFICIENCY BAR EXAMINATION,
DECEMBER, 1957.
No. 412.


OF the thirty-five candidates who
the Efficiency Bar Examination,
three candidates have been successful
merit) :-


recently sat
the following
(in order of


Mr. E. M. Roberts,
Mr. S. G. Alexander,
Miss Marjorie Budhoo.
Mr. E. M. Roberts attained Second Class Hon-
ours (Lower Division).
18th, December, 1957.
M.P. 1554.

APPOINTMENTS.
No. 413.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 57 of
12th M rch, 1955, Mr. A. D. MITCHELL,
.has been appointed as District Revenue Officer,
-Carriacou, with effect from 10th M rch, 1955.
21st December, 1957.
P.F. 204.


No. 414.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 380
dated 17th December, 1953, Dr. C. L.
SCHORMAN, Supernumerary Medical Officer,
Grenada, has been confirmed in his post, with
effect from 24th November, 1953.
21st December, 1957.
P.F. 823.

Sanitary Authority
Nc. 415.
THE following have been appointed members of
the Snitarv Authority under the provisions of
Section 3 of the Public Health Ordinance (Cap. 180)
for the period 1st October, 1957, to 30th September,
196:-
Nominated by Government
The Senior Medical Officer, (Chairman),
The Medical Officer, District II
S , Princess Alice Hospital
Tne Superintendent of Public Works
The District Officer, Carriacou
The Port Officer,
Nominated by District Boards


Isr.el Ventour
C. O'R. Julien
Conrad Stewart
H. M. Charles
M. G. James
Dr. J. C. Radix


St. George's
St. Andrew's
St. Patrick's
St. John's
St. Mark's
St. David's.


18th December, 1957.
(M.P. 188).

No. 416.
i1R. W. P. BROWN has been appointed as En-
Ill. gineering Assistant, Public Works Depart-
ment, with effect from 10th December, 1957.
13th December, 1957.
P.F. 1149.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


CONFIRMATION.
No. 417.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 350
dated 19th December, 1955, Mr. TERENCE
LALDEE, Forest Ranger, Department of Agricul-
ture, has been confirmed in the post with effect
from 1st December, 1955.
17th December, 1957.
P.F. 966.

VACATION LEAVE.
No. 418.
CAPTAIN H. M. CHRISTOPHER, Assistant
Secretary (Administrative), Windward Islands,
has been granted 2 months 13 days' vacation leave,
with effect from 16th December, 1957, prior to
assuming duty at Federal Headquarters, Trinidad.
17th December, 1957.
P.F. 398.

No. 419.
R. D. A. PERRYMAN, Cocoa Agronomist, has
been granted 60 days' vacation leave, with
effect from 16th December, 1957.
21st December, 1957.
P.F. 426.

CASUAL LEAVE.
No. 420.
R. C. W. J.. BRISTOL, Chief Registrar, Supreme
Court, has been granted 14 days' casual
leave, with effect from 19th December, 19-7.
21st December, 1957.
P.F. 898.

ACTING APPOINTMENTS.
No. 491.
CONSEQUENT on the grant of vacation leave
to Captain H. M. CHRISTOPHER, Mrs. ELMA
THORNE, Class I Clerk, Governor's Office, has
been appointed to act as Assistant Secretary
(Administrative), Windward Islands, with effect
from 16th December, 1957.
17th December, 1957.
P.F. 411.

No. 4z2.
ONSEQUENT on the grant of 60 days' vacation
leave to Mr. D. A. PERRYMAN, Cocoa Agrono-
mist, Mr. A. M. CRUICKSHANK, Agricultural Officer,
has been appointed to act as Cocoa Agronomist
with effect from 16th December 1957, and until
further rotice.
21st December, 1957.
P.F. 589.

No. 423.
ONSEQUENT on the grant of casual leave to
Mr. C. W. J. BRISTOL, Chief Registrar,
Supreme Court, Mr. C. L. SCIPIO, Office Superin-
tendent, Department of Agriculture (now on second-
ment to the Chambers of the Honourable Attorney
General), has been appointed to act ;as Chief
Registrar, Supreme Court, with effect from 19th
.December, 1957, and until further notice.
21st December, 1957.
P.F. 181.


'-o. 424.
THE following documents are circulated with andr
form part of this Gazette:-
S.R. & 0. No. 53.-The Income Tax Rules, 1957.
S.R. & 0. No. 54.-The Income Tax (Deduction)
from Emoluments Rules, 1957.
21st December, 1957.

No. 425.
THE following draft Bills for Ordinances which
were introduced and read a first time in the
Legislative Council on the 18th December, 1957,
are published for general information. A copy of
each Bill is issued with this Gazette:-
Bill for an Ordinance to amend the Income Tax
Ordinance, 1956.
Bill for an Ordinance further to amend the Agri-
culture (Hurricane Rehabilitation) Ordin-
ance, 1955.
Bill for an Ordinance to authorise the disposal
of German property in the Colony now in
the hands of the Custodian of Enemy
property.

By Command,

F. A. PHILLIPS,
Assistant Administra tor.
Government Office,
21th December, 1957.


Windward Islands Annual, 1957/58

T is hereby notified for general information that.
copies of the 1957/58 issue of the Windward
Islands Annual, are available for sale to the public
anti may he obtained front the Government Office,
the S.P.C.K. Bookshop, Granby Stores Ltd.,
Everybody's Stores Ltd.. and the office of the
Grenada Tourist Trade Development Board, at fifty
cents per copy.
Government Office,
Grenada,
20th December, 1957.


NOTICE.

N award of dissolution has been granted to the
Birchgrove Roman Catholic Benefit Society
this 16th day of December, 1957.

C. A. MARTINEAU,
Registrar of Fi-.:enidl Societies.


NOTICE.

Acknowledgement of Registration.

HE Carriacou Fishermen's Co-operative and
Credit Union is registered as a Co-operative-
Society under the Friendly Societies Ordinance
1954 this 18th day of December, 1957.

C. A. MAI TINEAU,
Registrar of r'ic(ndiy Societies.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.--(No. 70.)


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

TREASURY

NOTICE.

Sale of Properties under the Taxes Manage-
ment Ordinance Cap. 221, as amended
by Ordinance No. 3 of 1950.



THE undermentioned properties were sold under
the authority of the above ordinance, on 17th
October, 1957, at the Inland Revenue Department
for unpaid General Rates and Taxes, and other
charges incidental thereto:-


Property

One (1)
house
-One (1.)
house


I'urchase
Situation Owner Price

St. John's Est Elizabeth Cox $ 75 00
Street
Woolwich Anne E. Layne 303.30
Road


2. Unless the owner or any other person having
an interest in the property sold pays into the
Treasury :-
(i) the said purchase price plus ten per centum
thereof, and
(ii) all expenses of and incidental to the sale
before the expiration of three months from the
date o' sale, the property sold shall at the end of
the stipulated period vest absolutely in the pur-
chaser.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


NOTICE.

Sale of Properties under the Taxes Manage-
ment Ordinance Cap. 221, as amended
by Ordinance No. 3 of 1950.


TIHE undermentioned properties were sold under
the authority of the above ordinInce, on 21st
November, 1957, at the Inland Revenue Depart-
ment for unpaid General Rates and Taxes, and
other charges incidental thereto :-


Property

One (1)
hcuse
One (1)
house
On (1)
house
One (1)
house
One (1)
h 3use


Situation

Williamson
Road
River Road

Grenville St.

Grenville St.

River Road


Owner

Albert G.
Alexander
Elisha James


Purchase
Price

$ 50.00

$100.00


Mary LaPlace $116.36

Miodcstine $ 50.00
Lyndsey
A. R. Mitchell $100.00


2. -Unless the owner or any other person having
an interest in thu, property sold pays into tile
Treasury :-


(1) the said purchase price plus ten per centum
thereof, and
(2) all expenses of and incidental to the sale
before the expiration of three months from the
date of sale, the property sold shall at the end of
the stipulated period vect absolutely in the pur-
chatser.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


TREASURY.

Issue of Warrants under the Taxes Manage-
ment Ordinance (Cap. 221.) ..................
1TOTICE is hereby given that under the authority
S of Section 42 of the Taxes Management
Ordinance, Warrints will be issued to the several
Bailiffs' for recovery of all taxes due for the years
1956 and 1957, together with the fines due thereon,
which may be unpaid after the 3.st December,
1957.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury,
2nd December, 1957.


THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1938.

Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period, 1st January to 30th June, 1958.

Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Regulations, 1938.

OWNER-; of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-yearly inspection cf these vehicles will com-
mence as follows:-
St. George's Fire Station:
Wednesday 4th December, 1957
Wednesday 11th December, 1957
Wednesday 18th December, 1957
Tuesday 31st December, 1957.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Police Station, Grenville :
Thursday 5th December, 1957
Thursday 12th December, 1957
Thursday 19th December, 1957
'1 hursday 26th December, 1957.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Police Station, Sauteurs:
Friday 6th December, 1957
Friday 13th December, 1957
Friday 20th December, 1957
Friday 27th December, 1957.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily
Police Station, Victoria :
Tuesday 3rd December, 1957
Tuesday 10ith December, 1957
Tuesday 17th December, 1957
Tuesday 24th December, 1957.
Fr;m 9 02 a.m. to 3.0J p.m. daily.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


Police Station Gouyave :
Monday 2nd December, 1957
Monday 9th December, 1957
Monday 16th December, 1957.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Police Station, Carriacou:
From Monday 6th to Friday 10th January,
1958.

From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their respec-
tive 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 alternations that may be necessary
to comply with the provisions of the Motor vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1938, and of the
Regulations made thereunder.
Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have been recently overhauled.
The body and wings, axle, chassis, frame, steering
arms, springs, trackrods, brake connections, shak-
les, 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., must be
clarly exposed, also chassis and engine number.
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
isot less than 2C 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 vehi-
cles 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 distin-
guishable. The attention of owners of Motor
Omnibuses and Goods Vehicles is specially directed
to Regulation 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 Tarrifs 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 certificate,,
certifying that the vehicles may be duly licensed.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary,
Licensing Authority.
18th October, 1957.


CUSTOMS.

HE undermentioned articles forfeited for a
breach of the Customs Ordinance, will be
offered for sale by Public Auction at the Burn's
Point Warehouse, St. George's, on the 9th Jandary,
1958, at 11.00 a.m.

One Cask Rum,
One Bag Farine.

G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.
Treasury & Customs Department,
St. George's,
11th November, 1957.


POST OFFICE

Grenada/Carriacou Mail and Passenger Ser-
vice Itinerary during the 1957 Christmas
week.

URING the Christmas week, the itinerary of
the Mail and Passenger Auxiliary Contract
Vessel will be as follows :--
Leave St. George's, Sunday, 22nd December,
9. 00 a.m.
Leave Carriacou on Monday, 23rd December,
9. 00 a.m.
Leave St. George's on Tuesday, 24th December,
10. 00 a.m.
Leave Carriacou on Friday, 27th December.
11.00 a.m.
Leave St. George's on Sunday, 29th December,
9.00 a.m.

.. W. HAYLING,
Acting Colonial Postmaster.

General Post Office,
Grenada,
9th December, 1957.


POLICE NOTICE.

I WO sheep were impounded at the Fire Station
yard on the 18th De-ember, 1957, and are
now at the Police Pound, Fort George.
The Owner or claimant can claim them at the
St George's Police Station or they will be sold by
public auction after 7 days.

(Sgd). J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.


Grenada Banana Co-operative Society.

RESIGNATION.

R. E. R. K-ENT has tendered his resignation
as a member of the Committee of Manage-
ment as from the 25th November, 1957.
W. A. KNIGHT,
Secretary, G.B.C.S.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.



Admission of Undergradutes in
October, 1958.



PPLICATIONS are invited for admission to
the University College of the West Indies in
October, 158.
A number of open Scholarships, Government
Exhibitions and other awards will be offered in
1958, as a result of the University College Scholar-
ship Examination which will be held in each
Territory from 24th February to 28th February.
Some candidates for entrance only, may also be
asked to write some papers in the Scholarship
Examination.
Candidates may qualify for normal minimum
entrance requirements with
A. Passes in five subjects at the G. C. E. of
which at least two must be passed at
Advanced Level.
OR
B. Passes in four subjects at the G. C. E. of
which at least three must be passed at
Advanced Level.
A credit at the Cambridge School Certificate is
equivalent to an Ordinary Level pass G. C. E. and
a pass at Principal Standard H.C.S. is equivalent
to a pass at Advanced Level G. C. E.
Students wishing to road for an Arts Degree will
be required to have included English and at least
one foreign language at the Ordinary or Advanced
G. C. E. Level, or two foreign languages.
Further details about entry requirement-,
Faculty requirements, scholarships available and
an outline of courses, may be found in the appropri-
ate pamphlets, which are available from the
Registrar, U.C.W.I., or from the Resident Tutor,
Extra Mural Studies or the Education Officer in
the Territories.
The closing date for application is January, 31st,
1958.
Please note that in the Scholarship Examination
1958 each candidate will be required to write an
Essay Paper or General Paper and any two of the
following subjects irrespective of the Faculty for
which he is applying:
English Literature Pure Mathematics
Modern History Applied Mathematics


Greek

Latin
Spanish
French


provided however that


Pure and Applied Mathe-
matics
Chemistry
Physics
Botany
Zoology
Biology
(1) Biology is not taken
with Botany or Zoo-
(2) Pure and Applied is
not taken with Pure
Mathematics or Ap-
plied Mathematics.


Vacancy in the Post of Assistant Master,
Grammar School, St. Kitts, in the
Colony of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguil!a.



PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for appointment to a vacant
pensionable post of Assistant Master at the Gram-
mar School, St. Kitts, at the beginning of the
Lent Term during 1985. The officer appointed
thereto will be subject to the Regulations of Her
Majesty's Colonial Service and to the Laws,
General Orders and Statutory Rules and Orders in
force in the Colony from time to time,
2. The duties of the post carry the responsibility
of teaching English and such other subjects as may
be required by the Headmaster from time to time
to teach ; and to supervise the Literary and Debat-
ing Society. An interest in games would be useful.
3. The minimum qualification required is a
degree from a University within the British Com-
monwealth.
4. The salary of the post is $2,750.40 x 129.CO0-
$2,880 x 144 $3,456 x 144-$4,032, and the ap-
pointee will receive commencing salary at a pointt
in the scale commensurate with his qualifications
and experience.
5. An'advance of salary not exceeding $1,200,
repayable within a period of three years, may be
granted to the officer for the purposes of purchas-
ing furniture.
6. Free passages will be provided for the officer
and also for his wife and not more than three
children under the age of eighteen years who are
unmarried and are dependent upon him, provided
that they accompany him or join him in the Colony
within twelve months of his appointment.
7. Vacation leave will be at the rate of 42 days
per annum. Leave passages will be granted in
accordance with the terms of the General Orders.
8. Applications with at least two testimonials
should be addressed to the Administrator, St. Kitts-
Nevis-Anguilla, to reach him not later than the
24th December, 1957, and the following details
should be given :-
Full name
Date and place of birth
Education qualifications
Teaching Experience
Interest in games and other extra-
mural activities
A photograph.
9. The appointee will be required to sign an
undertaking to serve in the Colony of St. Kitts-
Nevis-Anguilla for at least three years from the
date of his assumption of duty.

Administrator's Office,
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla,
4th December, 1957.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


Notice To Owners And Masters.



SEAWORTHINESS.

HE following Notice from the Ministry of Trans-
port and Civil Aviation, London, is published
for general information :
1. The Court of Formal Investigation into a
casualty when the master was swept overboard
and the ship subsequently lost owing to the entry
of water through a ventilator coaming and air pipes
drew attention to a recommendation in a Board of
Trade circular No. 1641 of December, 1922, which
relates to the surface ventilation of coal cargoes.
This document is out of print and is at present
being revised, but the following extract is relevant
tc the Court's recommendation:-
Position and Types of Ventilatcrs.- Whenever
possible, in new vessels the ventilating pipes or
trunks should be led upwards from the compart-
ments which are to be ventilated through a deck
erection or superstructure so that the ventilators
may be less exposed to damage from seas coming
on board the vessel.


Where it is not possible to carry up the ventilat-
ing trunks inside a deck erection the ventilators
should preferably be framed by strong steel trui'ks
riveted to the steel bulkheads of the deck erec-
tions."
2. The Ministry also wish to draw attention to
the following matters mentioned in the Court's
report :-
(a) lifelines supplied to ships should be readily
available and rigged in bad weather;
(b) th3 means for closing air pipes on the
weather deck should be used in anything
approaching bad weather when in a loaded
condition ; and
(c) the two tarpaulins specified by Rules 21
of the Load Line Rules, 1941 (S. R, & 0.
1941 No. 1464) to be provided for each
hatchway on freeboard and superstructure
decks should be used, and not merely one
of these. The locking bars or lashings pro-
vided for each hatchway should be used.

Ministry of Communications & Works
Grenada.

16th December, 1957.


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE.


NOTICE is herely given that the Annual Licensing Session for the District of St. Andrew's for the
hearing of applications for the granting of Certificates under the above Ordinance will be held
at the Court House, Grenville, on Friday the 27th day of December, 1957, at 9.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

ST. ANDREW'S.


Name of Applicant


Leontine Lewis ...
Sheila Llewelyn ...
Gabriel L Thomas ...
Jocelyn Williams ...
Percy Forrester ...
Fitzy Sylvester
Augustine Graham
James Lewis
Ivy Forrester ...
Teltie Mitchell ...
Major Calliste ...
Abraham Joseph ...
Joseph Abraham
Urias Bubb ...
Emelda Maitland
Madonna Daniel ...
Anthony McMillan ...
Anthony McMillan
Lennox Emmnuel Cameron
Hanno Peters ...


Occupation


Shopkeeper
do

Shopkeeper
Planter
Proprietor
Shopkeeper
Proprietor
Housewife
Shopkeeper
do
Proprietor

Proprietor
Housewife
Proprietress


Residence


Union
Cuma
Pearls
Paradise
Paraclete
Mamma Cannes
Grand Bras
Gladstone Rd.
A delphi
Upper St. John
Richmond
Pearls
( renville
Providence
Tivoli
Conference
Munich
Munich
Union
Paradise


Description of premises sought to be licensed.


Wooden building at Union.
Wooden building.
Wooden building .t Moyah.
Wooden building it Paradise.
Wall building at Paraclete
Wooden building at Mamma Cannes.
Wall building at Albert Street.
Wooden building at Julilee Street,
Wall building at Adelphi
Wooden building at Upper St. John.
Wall building at Richmoud.
Wall building at Pearls.
Building at Seton Brown Street.
Wall building at Providence.
Wooden building at St. James.
Wall & wooden building at Conference.
Wall building at Munich.
Wall building at Munich
Wooden building a' Union.
Building at Paradise.


.Magistrate's Office,
Grenville,
3Cth November, 1957.


J. J. COPLAND,
Magistrate, Eastern District.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


659


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE.


NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Licensing Session for the Northern District for the hearing
of applications, for the granting of Certificates under the above Ordinance will be continued at the
Court House, Carriacou, on Tuesday the 31st day of December, 1957, at 9.00 o'clock in the forenoon.
The following application will be heard on the adjournment.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates.

Name of Applicant Occupation IResidence Description of premises s >nht to be licensed


James Nathaniel
Simon .. Shopkeeper Mt. Pleasant Wooden building at Mt. Pleasant.


Magistrate's Office, HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
Carriacou, Additional Magistrate, Northern Distrzct.
16th December, 1S57.


UNDER THE SALE OF PRODUCE ORDINANCE.


TOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Licensing Session for the District of St. Andrew's for the
hearing ot applications, for the granting of Certificates, under the above Ordinance, will be held
at the Court House, Grenville on Friday, the 27th day of December, 1957, at 9.00 o'clock in the
forenoon.
Particulars of Applications for new Certificates.

ST. ANDREW'S.

Name of Applicant. Occupation. Residence. Descrip-ion of premises sought to be licensed


Noibert Nyack ... Proprietor Belmont, St. Wooden and wall building at Grenville.
Patrick's

Magistrate's Office, J. J. COPLAND,
Grenville, Magistrate, Eastern District.
-0th November, 157.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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

G R ADlES Advamces


Green Nutmegs 25 Cents

Dry do. 38 do.

Crb ked Grinders 12 do.

Dried Whole Mace $1.20

Dried Broken Mace 60 Cents.

Mace Pickings 30 do,


O. D. DOUGLAS,
Secretary.


Date fixed: 7th January 1957.












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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21. 1957.-(No. 70.)


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 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.


Julius Amede,
Snug Corner P. O.
St. George's.


Phillip Strachan,
Snug Corner, P.O.
St. George's.




Tilina Charles,
Concord,
St. John's.



Millicent Hyacinth,
Gouyave Estate,
St. John's.




John Francis,
Gouyave Estate,
St. John's.




Stettie Francis,
Grand Roy,
St. John's.



Cyril Cummings,
Grand Roy,
St. John's.


Date of
Application


Description of Land.


24. 7.57. A lot of land containing three-quarter (J)
acre situate at New Hampshire, St.
bounded :
North by lands of Elaine Davidson,
East by lands of Elias Julien,
South by lands of Juliana Burke,
West by lands of Muriel Bartholomew.

24. 8.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Calliste, St. George's, bounded :
North by lands of Willie Branch,
East by lands of Dr. Ross,
South by lands of Edward Strachan,
West by lands of A. Buckmire.

2. 8.57. A lot of land containing one half (1) acre
situate at Concord, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Florence Nedd,
East by lands of Leanora Langaigne,
South by lands of Anestasia Charles,
West by lands of Anestasia Charles.

26. 8.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Paradise, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Winifred Duncan,
East by lands of Joshua Antoine,
South by lands of Agatha Boldeo,
West by lands of Princess William, and
Marian Noel.

2. 8. 57. A lot of land containing one and a quarter
(1I) acres situate at Gouyave Estate, St.
John's, bounded :
North by lands of W. P. Branch,
East by lands of Hilton Lee,
South by lands of Margaret Williams,
West by lands of Florence Lee.

20.11.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Grand Roy, St. John's, bounded:
North by lands of Eleanor Baptiste,
East by lands of Cyril Cummings.
South by lands of McKinley Toussaint,
West by lands of Milton Alexander.

20.11.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Grand Roy, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Mary Legall,
East by lands of Albertina Cummings,
South by lands of Bornston Hamilton,
West by lands of Stettie Francis.


Time and Date
of Inspection



George's,

9.00 a.m on
the 6th
January, 1958


9.00 a.m on
the 6th
January, 1958




2.00 p.m. on
the 6th
January, 1958.



9.00 a.m. on.
the 7th
January, 1958.





9.00 a.m. on
the 7th
January, 1958




2.00 p.m. on
the 7th
January, 1958.




9.00 a.m. on
the 8th
January, 1958.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


Name and Address D
of Applicant App


Helena Rose,
The Palms,
Dr. Belle, St. John's.




Neville Benjamin,
Gouyave,
St. John's.



Sulton Edwards,
Nettle Point,
St. Mark's.





Findly Hyacinth,
Gouyave Estate,
St. John's.




Rufina Rechere,
Paradise,
St. John's.



Henry Charles,
LaMode,
St. Patrick's.




Joachim Mitchell,
Sauteurs,
St. Patrick's.




Cecilia Georgiana Canning
Mt. Craven,
St. Partick's.




Nelson Lord,
Munich,
St. Andrew's.


ate of
location


T
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Description of land


23.11.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Barbay, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Maud Sylvester,
East by lands of Anetta John,
South by the Public Road
West by lands of Mrs. Helena Rose.

23.11.57. A lot of land containing two (2) acres situate
at Barbay, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Leonard Lorainey,
East by lands of Abraham Chetram,
South by lands of Anetta John,
West by lands of Emmie Ferguson.

5. 9. 57. A lot of land containing three and a quarter
(3J) acres situate at Bois Congo, St. John's,
bounded :
North by lands of Edward Charles,
East by lands of Randolph Perkins,
South by lands of Lilian Pierre,
West by lands of William Cenac.

23.11.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Gouyave, Estate, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Terence Wilson,
East by lands of Plantation Management
Ltd., (R. D. Alexander-Occupier).
South by lands of Vernon Duncan,
West by lands of Joseph Ferguson.

24. 8.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Paradise, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Stanford Robinson,
East by lands of G. H. Campbell,
South by lands of David Brown,
West by lands of Samuel Harford.

26.11.57. A lot of land containing two (2) acres situate
at Snell Hall, St. Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Ena Gairy,
East by lands of Louis Patrick,
South by lands of Mrs. Levi John,
West by lands of Ena Gairy.

25.11.57. A lot of land containing three-quarter (Q)
acre situate at Mt. Craven, St. Patrick's,
bounded :
North by lands of Donovan Abraham,
East by lands of Amos Edwards,
South by lands of Ossie Sylvester,
West by lands of D. L. Ferguson.

28.11.57. A lot of land containing five and one half (5--)
acres situate at Snug Corner, St. Patrick's,
bounded :
North by lands of Georgie George,
East by lands of D. L. Ferguson,
South by lands of Peter Canning,
West by lands of Louisa Canning.

6.11.57. A lot of land containing one and a quarter
(li-) acres situate at Hope, St. Andrew's,
bounded :
North by lands of Eldica Antoine and,
Omega Jones,
East by lands of D. A. Henry
South by lands of Margaret Francis,
West by lands of Newton Ruffin.


ime and Date
)f Inspection




9.00 a.m. on
the 8th
January, 1958.




2.00 p.m. on
the 8th
January, 1958.




9.00 a.m on
the 9th
January, 1958.



9.00 a.m. on
the 9th
January, 1958.




2.00 p.m. on
the 9th
January, 1958.



9.00 a.m. on
the 6th
January, 1958.




9.00 a.m..aon
the 7th
January, 1958




2.00 p.m. on
the 7th
January, 1958.




9.00 a.m. on
the 6th
January, 1958


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957-(No. 70.)


Name and Address Date of
of Applicant Application


Grenade Smith,
Hermitage,
St. Patrick's.





Dennis Neckles and
Juanita Prosper,
Paradise,
St. Andrew's.



Felicia Daniel,
Mt. St. Ervans,
St. Andrew's.





Clifton Alexander,
Bylands,
St. Andrew's.





Anthony Noel,
Upper Capitol,
Birchgrove,
St. Andrew's.



Vanward Felix,
Providence,
Birchgrove,
St. Andrew's.



Elizabeth Lewis,
Providence,
St. Andrew's.




Roselia Cherman,
Belair,
St. Andrew's.




Elias Edward,
Tuilleries,
St. Andrew's.


T
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Description of Land.


28.10.57. A lot of land containing three acres one rood
six poles (3 acs. 1 rd. 6 pls) situate at Florence
Mountain, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of John Tannis,
East by lands of Arnold Roberts,
South by lands of Margaret Hillaire, J.
West by lands of Mclvor McLeod.

1.11.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Laca Sayer, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Bertie Roberts,
East by lands of Randolph Forrester,
South by lands of Randolph Forrester, J
West by lands of Rubina Wilson.

13.11.57. A lot of land containing one and one half (11)
acres situate at Mt. St. Ervans, St. Andrew's,
bounded :
North by lands of Bill Fleming,
East by lands of Peter Mark,
South by lands of Fr. John Cowling, J
West by lands of Fr. John Cowling,

16.11.57. A lot of land containing one and three-
quarter (1k) acres situate at Woodgrove,
St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Nester Alexander,
East by lands of Andrew Prince,
South by lands of Mrs. Francis Thomas, J
West by lands of Andrew Prince.

12.10.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at Cherry Hill, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Felix Abraham,
East by lands of Maloney Cadet,
South by lands of Emmanuel Simon, J
West by lands of Johnnie Farray.

20.11.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at Providence, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Belssina Peters,
East by lands of Vernon Aberdeen,
South by lands of Omega Felix, J
West by lands of John Grant.

14.9.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at St. Margaret, St. Andrew's bounded :
North by lands of Francis DeGale,
East by lands of Keith Mancini,
South by lands of Jerome Baptiste, J
West by lands of Mrs. Hellard Pierre.

23.10.57. A lot of land containing half () acre situate
at Paraclete, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Pelham Jacques,
East by lands of Effin Garcia,
South by lands of F. C. Noel, J
West by lands of F. C. Noel.

19.11.57. A lot of land containing three-quarter (1)
acre situate at Bamboo (Munich), St. Andrew's,
bounded :
North by lands of Jonathan Mason,
East by lands of Alexis James,
South by lands of Wellington McMillan, J
West by lands of Doren George.


ime and Date
)f Inspection





9.00 a.m. on
the 6th
anuary, 1958.




2.00 p.m. on
the 6th
anuary, 1958.





9.00 a.m. on
the 7th
anuary, 1958.





9.00 a.m. on
the 7th
anuary, 1958.




9.00 a.m. on
the 7th
anuary, 1958.




9.00 a.m. on
the 7th
january, 1958.




2.00 p.m. o4
the 7th
january, 1958.




2.00 p.m. on
the 7th
inuary, 1958.





9.00 a.m. on
the 8th
inuary, 1958.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


-Name and Address
of Applicant


-Cecilia Guillaume,
Munich,
St. Andrew's.




Eluid Bonhomme,
Grand Bacolet,
St. Andrew's.




Drucilla O'Brien,
Mamma Cannes,
St. Andrew's.



Eva Philbert,
Crochu,
St. Andrew's.




Dorant Rougier,
Munich,
St. Andrew's.



Elias Edward
Tulileries,
St. Andrew's.



Elias Edward,
Tuilleries,
St. Andrew's



-Cornelius Alexander,
Tuilleries,
St. Andrew's.



Virginia Gloude,
Marlmount,
St. David's.


Date of
Application


Description of land


Time and Date
of Inspection


15.11.57. A lot of land containing three and one half
(31) acres situate at Munich, St. Andrew's,
bounded :
North by lands of Mrs. Hurbert Guillaume 9.00 a.m. on
East by lands of Mrs. Hubert Guillaume, the 8th
South by lands of Sylvia Thomas, January, 1958.
West by lands of Missey Alexander.

20.11.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre
situate at Grand Bacolet, St. Andrew's,
bounded :
North by lands of Lloyd Mitchell, 9.00 a.m. on
East by lands of Delitia Thomas, the 8th
South by lands of Guillaume Alexander, January, 1958.
West by the Government Road;

21.11.57. A lot of land containing half (-) acre situate
at Mamma Cannes, St. Andrew's, bounded:
North by lands of Gangoo Japal, 2.00 p.m. on
East by lands of Delamus Sylvester, the 8th
South by the Government Road, January, 1958.
West by lands of Delamus Sylvester.

20.11.57. A lot of land containing one and one half (11)
acres situate at Crochu St. Andrew's bounded :
North by lands of Eva Philbert, 2.00 p.m. on
East by lands of Nitta Shears, the 8th
South by lands of Mrs. Mark Rougier, January, 1958.
West by lands of Mary Fletcher.

13.11.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Munich, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Rufina Mason, 9.00 a.m. on
East by lands of Silver Lord, the 9th
South by lands of Etheline Rome, January, 1958.
West by lands of Elitta Andrew.

19.11.57. A lot of land containing one and one half (1-)
acres situate at St. Andrew's bounded :
North by lands of Jamina Mark, 9.00 a.m. on
East by lands of Annah Phillip, the 9th
South by lands of Annah Phillip, January, 1958.
West by the Government Road.

19.11.57. A lot of land containing three-quarter (i)
acre situate at Mais Mt. St. Andrew's.,
bounded :
North by lands of Annie Francis, 2.00 p.m. on
East by lands of Ernest Japal, the 9th
South and West by lands of Mann Allard January, 1958.

22.11.57. A lot of land containing one acre situate at
Mais Mt. St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Cyprian Gibbs, 2.00 p.m. on
East by lands of Paterson St. Louis, the 9th
South by lands of Mrs. Elliot A. ntoine, January, 1958.
West by lands of Augustus Edward.

11.11.57. A lot of land containing one and one half(l11)
acres situate at Marlmount, St. David's,
bounded :
North by lands of John Copland, 9.00 a.m on
East by lands of Mark Abraham, the 6th
South by lands of John Pascal, January, 1958.
West by lands of John Copland.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


Name and Address
of Applicant


Steady Nelson,
Penny Retreat,
St. David's.



Agnes E. Horsford,
Windsor Forest,
St. David's.




Celestine Telesford,
St. George's Estate,
St. George's.




Fred Cobb,
Beaulieu,
St. George's,




George Calliste
Lower LaTante,
St. David's.


Date of
Application


Description of land


25.11.57. A lot of land containing three (3) acres situate
at Penny Retreat, St. David's, bounded:
North by lands of George Stewart,
East by lands of Mrs. Sampson Jack,
South by lands of David Frederick,
West by lands of Steady Nelson.

8.11.57. A lot of land containing three-quarter (3)
acre situate at Windsor Forest, St. David's,
bounded :
North by lands of Agatha Garraway,
East by lands of Francis Honore,
South by lands of John Francis,
West by lands of Nathan Gulston.


16. 8.57.


A lot of land containing two acres three
roods (2 acs. 3 rds.) situate at Apres Toute,
St. Davids's, bounded :
North by lands of Clotilda Bubb,
East by lands of Thomas Francis,
South by lands of Hilda Paul,
West by lands of Alfred Neckles.


6.11.57. A lot of land containing one and three-quarter
quarter (14) acres situate at Boca, St. George's
bounded :
North by lands of Louise Palmer,
East by lands of Isaac James,
South by lands of Mrs. Denny Lawrence,
West by lands of Mrs. E. Boca.

14.11.57. A lot of land containing two and three-
quarter (24) acres situate at Mt. Cassel, St.
Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Thedora Hagley,
East by lands of Phillip Guillaume,
South by Govt. Lands (Forest Reserve),
West by lands of Henry Baptiste.


664


Time and Date
of Inspection



2.00 p.m. on
the 6th
January, 1958.




9.00 a.m on
the 7th
January, 1958..




2.00 p.m. on
the 7th
January, 1958.-




9.00 a.m. on
the 8th
January, 1958..




9.00 a.m. on
the 10th
January, 1958.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


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 Rehnbilita-
tign 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 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.

Ralph James,
Cloizer,
St. John's.


Princess Williams,
Gouyave Estate,
St. John's.



Thoephilus Maynard,
Maran,
St. John's.



Clarence Baptiste,
Grand Roy,
St. John's.



Elmina Noel,
Union,
St. Mark's.



Eltina Francois,
Chantimelle,
St. Patrick's.



Cuthbert Ogiste,
Union,
St. Mark's.



Ivy George,
LaMode,
St. Patrick's.


Date of
Application

25.10.57.


Description of Land.

A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Cloizer St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Rufina Rechere
East by lands of David Brown,
South by lands of Edna Salfarlie,
West by lands of John Harford.


26.11.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at Gouyave Estate, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Millicent Baptiste,
East by lands of Mrs. Joe Welsh,
South by lands of Annie Jeffrey,
West by lands of Mrs. O'Carol Vincent.

27.11.57. A lot of land containing quarter () acre
situate at Maran, St. John's, bounded :
North by Ravine and Wilfred Raymond,
East by lands of Lionel Teka,
South by lands of John Bedeau,
West by a bye-way and Mrs. H. Joseph.

10. 9.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Mon Plaisir, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Ignus Cadore,
East by lands of Godson Collins,
South by lands of McManus Jerome,
West by lands of Rosalie Felix.

8.11.57. A lot of land containing two (2) acres situate
at Mt. Stanhope, St. Mark's, bounded :
North by lands of Thomas Ferguson,
East by lands of Lady Noel,
South by lands of Elizabeth Elahie,
West by lands of Clifford Dickson.

19.11.57. A lot of land containing two (2) roods situate
at Duquesne, St. Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Louise Stanislaus,
East by lands of Lady Noel,
South by lands of Agnes Prince,
West by lands of Lady Noel.

20.11.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at Diego Piece, St. Mark's, bounded :
North by lands of Miss Mary Bell,
East by lands of P. O. Japal,
South by lands of John Scott,
West by lands of Mrs Rita Noel.

23.11.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Mt. Craven, St. Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Margaret Raeburn,
East by lands of Lawrence Brown,
South by lands of Excel Robert,
West by lands of Martha Frederick.


Time and Date
of Inspection


9.00 a.m. on
the 15th
January, 1958



2.00 p.m. on
the 15th
January, 1958



9.00 a.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958



2.00 p.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958



9.00 a.m. on
the 14th
January, 1958.



9.00 a.m. on
the 14th
January, 1958



9.00 a.m. on
the 14th
January, 1958.



2.00 p.m. on
the 14th
January, 1958.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)


Name and Address
of Applicant.

Steadman L. A. Francis,
c/o Union P.O.
St. Mark's.


Date of


Date of
Application.

19.11.57.


Time and Date
Description of Land. of Application

A lot of land containing one rood nine poles
(Ird. 9 pls) situate at Mt. William, St.
Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Steadman L. A. Francis 9.00 a.m. on
East by lands of St. Bernard Francis, the 15th
South by lands of Sarah Marcelle, January, 1958.
West by lands of Dora George,


Steadman L. A. Francis, 19.11.57.
c/o Union P. O.
St. Mark's.


Steadman L. A. Francis,
Union P. O.
St. Mark's.




Rosanna Thomas,
Morne Fendue,
St. Patrick's.




Cleva Thomas,
Morne Fendue,
St. Patrick's.




James Robert,
LaTaste,
St. Patrick's.



Cleva Thomas,
Morne Fendue,
St Patrick's




Kent Phillip,
Mt Rich,
St. Patrick's.



Edward Harroo,
Tivoli,
St. Andrew's.


19.11.57.


A lot of land containing one rood six poles
(rd. 6pls) situate at Mt. William, St. Patrick's
bounded :
North by lands of Rubina Abraham,
East by lands of Maylina & John Calliste,
South by lands of Dora George & Steadman
Francis,
West by lands of Resource Estate (D. L.
Ferguson).

A lot of land containing one rood three poles
(1 rd. 3pls) situate at Mt. William, St.
Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Eli Francis,
East by lands of Agatha Fraser,
South by lands of Gerald Thomas,
West by lands of Edwin Samuel.


2.12.57. A lot of land containing two roods ten poles
2rd. 10 pls). situate at Morne Fendue, St.
Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Lenan Pope,
East by lands of Brallie Alexander,
South by lands of Precious Charles,
West by lands of Edgerton Mirjah.

28.11.57. A lot of land containing one rood eleven poles
(1 rd. 11 pls) situate at Morne Fendue, St.
Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Lawrence Benjamin,
East by the Public Main Road,
South by lands of Mrs Simon Taylor,
West by the Public Road.

27.11.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at LaTaste, St. Patrick's, bounded :
North by the Public Road,
East by lands of Peter Mark,
South by lands of Henry Wells,
West by lands of Emelda Wilson.

28.11.57. A lot of land containing three roods and
twenty six poles (3 rds 26 pls) situate at
Trieola, St Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of Mrs Edith 'Vivil' Thomas
East by lands of Lawrence Philbert,
South by lands of Dougans Gairy,
West by lands of Joseph Mitchell

3.12.57 A lot of land containing three roods thirty
two poles (3 rds. 32 pls) situate at Belvidere
St. Patrick's, bounded :
North by lands of J. E. Copland,
East by lands of Lawrence Philbert,
South by lands of Lawrence Philbert,
West by lands of Andrew Fullerton.
22.11.57. A lot of land containing two and a half (21)
acres situate at Belair, St. Andrew's bounded:
North by lands of Mrs. Thomas Harroo,
East by lands of Lionel LaMothe,
South by lands of Sarah Charles,
West by lands of Joseph Ringham.


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9.00 a.m. on
the 15th
January, 1958






9.00 a.m. on
the 15th
January, 1958




9.00 a.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958.




9.00 a.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958.



2.00 p.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958




9 00 a m on
the 17th
January, 1958




2.00 p.m. on
the 17th
January, 1958.



9.00 a.m on
the 15th
January, 1958.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957. (No. 70.)


Name and Address
of Applicant.

Lloyd Thomas,
Paraclete,
St. Andrew's.


Hollis Robertson,
Harford Village,
St. Andrew's.



Jerome Calliste,
Soubise,
St. Andrew's,




Alexander Cassar,
Plaisance,
St. Andrew's.





Hilary Edward,
Tuilleries,
St. Andrew's.



Irie Calder,
LaTante,
St. David's.



Andrew McDonald,
Perdmontemps,
St. David's.



Massiah Bain,
Laura Land,
St. David's.



Minetta Hagley,
La Floretta,
St. David's.




Charles Vincent,
Mt. Rose,
Perdmontemps,
St. David's.


Date of_


Date of
Application.

2.11.57.


Description of Land.

A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at Paraclete, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Franklyn Gordon,
East by lands of Ada Pierre,
South by lands of McDonald Rush,
West by lands of David Thomas.


2.12.57. A lot of land containing half () acre situate
at Mt. Zion, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Edna Robertson,
East by lands of Joseph Vincent,
South by lands of Elias David,
West by lands of Mano Vincent.

26.11.57. A lot of land containing three-quarter acre
fifteen poles (Q acs. 15 pls) situate at Soubise,
St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Mrs. George Davidson,
East by lands of Joseph Charles,
South by lands of Mrs. Minnie Caton,
West by lands of Mrs. Guy Findly.


Time and Date
of Inspection



2.00 p.m on
the 15th
January, 1958


9.00 a.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958.




2.00 p.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958.


6.12.57. A lot of land containing two acres (2 acres)
situate at Mais Mt., St. Andrew's bounded:
North by lands of Celestine Mason and 9.00 a.m. on
Jerome Edward, the 17th
East by lands of Ezina George, January, 1958.
South by lands of Wellington McMillan
and Clement Baptiste,
West by lands of Eric Alexander (River between).


9.12.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Mais Mt., St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Cornelius Alexander,
East by lands of Durine Baptiste,
South by lands of William Japal,
West by lands of Eugie Antoine.


9.00 a.m. on
the 17th
January, 1958.


3.12.57. A lot of land containing two (2) acres situate
at Mt. Silverin, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Charles Bleasdille, 2.00 p.m. on
East by lands of Donaldson Felix, the 17th
South by lands of Hugh Calder, January, 1958.
West by lands of Chammy Calder.


29. 9.57.


A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Laura, St. David's, bounded :
North by lands of Stephen Xavier,
East by lands of Eldica Wells,
South by lands of Mrs. James Joseph,
West by lands of Gentle Johnson.


7. 8.57. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Laura, St. David's, bounded :
North by lands of Robert Alexander,
East by lands of Vivienne Gabriel,
South by lands of Andrew Mapp,
West by lands of Wilvan Gilbert.

19.10.57. A lot of land containing one acre sixteen
poles (1 ac. 16 pls.) situate at La Floretta,
St. David's, bounded :
North by lands of Felicity John,
East by lands of Conrad Squires,
South by lands of Percy Belgrave,
West by lands of Kelly Gilbert.

13.11.57. A lot of land containing half (1) acre situate
at Mt. Rose, St. David's, bounded :
North by lands of John Stewart,
East by lands of John Berrotte,
South by lands of Edna Alexander,
West by lands of N. D. Samuel.


9.00 a.m. on
the 15th
January, 1958.



9.00 a.m. on
the 16th
January, 1958.




2.00 p.m. on
the 15th
January, 1958.



2.00 p.m. on
the 16th
January,. 1958.


667












668 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No, 70.)

GRENADA.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE WINDWARD ISLANDS AND LEEWARD ISLANDS.


APPELLATEE JURISDICTION).

E. M. GAIRY Appellant.
VS.

SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE Respondent.


1957 No. 134.-GRENADA.

Before :

GORDON-Acting Chief Justice
1957. December, 10. 13.

B. DOUGLAS-for Appellant.

K. H. C. ALLEYNE-Attorney-General with C. W. J. BRISTOL for Respondent.


JUDGMENT.

The appellant was on the 28th day of October, 1957, fined $80.00 and in default of payment
sentenced to undergo three months imprisonment with hard labour on conviction by a Magistrate
of the Southern District on a charge that he, the appellant, on the 15th September, 1957, a date between
the notification by the Supervisor of Elections of the issue by the Administrator of a Writ for purposes
of a General Election, and the day after Polling at such election at Grand Anse, did commit an illegal
practice by acting in a disorderly manner with intent to prevent the transaction of the business of a
public meeting called for the purpose of promoting the election of a candidate, to wit. Lennard
A. Purcell, as a member to serve in the Legislative Council, contrary to Sec. 70 s.s. (1) (C) of the
Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance 1951 No. 10 of 1951.
Briefly the facts disclosed by the evidence and accepted by the trial Magistrate are that, on the
night of the 15th September, 1957 one Lennard Purcell, a candidate for the Legislative Council, was
holding a political meeting. His platform was arranged in a yard adjoining the highway. His,
listeners, a considerable number, were on the highway. While the meeting was in progress, a steel
band followed by a number of persons among whom was the appellant singing, dancing and jumping
to the strains of the music, passed through the meeting and went on their way in the direction of Grand
Anse. Fifteen minutes later the band led by the appellant returned, the police who were on duty at the
political meeting asked the band to stop playing and they did so. The appellant who was a little ahead
of the band returned, asked what had happened, and, on being told something by someone, told the
band to carry on, whereupon the band recommended playing, as they again went through the meeting
in the direction of Belmont, and the home of the appellant. About fifteen minutes later the band led
by the appellant again returned. On getting to the meeting it played more solwly and as it went
through the meeting a section of the crowd following the band sang out "who you voting for ?" and
another section would answer "Uncle Gairy". The police again had to hustle the band away. As a
result of these disturbances the political meeting had to be brought to a close.
Counsel for the appellant has appealed on 4 grounds viz :-
1. The learned Magistrate erred in law when he assumed and concluded that the meeting
had a paramount right to the use of the highway on the material occasion.
2. The learned Magistrate erred when he concluded that the conduct of the defendant on
the material occasion constituted "disorderly conduct" as contemplated by the
relevant Ordinance.
3. The learned Magistrate misconstrued and as a result misdirected himself respecting the
submission of the counsel for the defendant.
4. The decision of the learned Magistrate is entirely unsupportable by the evidence adduced
at the trial.
During his argument before this Court counsel abandoned grounds (3) and (4) stating that they
were amply covered by his argument in respect of grounds (1) and (2).
He argued among other things that :-
(1) Unless it could be established, and this he submitted was not done by the prosecution,
that the appellant in the exercise of his inherent right to pass and repass along the highway,
infringed a right to which Purcell-the virtual complainant in the Court below, was entitled, the
appelant should not have been convicted. Purcell he contended was not entitled to holda meet-
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(2) There was no proof that the band was the agent of the appellant, and while it was con-
ceded that the band did disturb the meeting, the conduct of the appellant was not of such a nature
as to constitute disorderly behaviour. As the Ordinance was silent on the meaning of disorderly
behaviour, the Court should have been guided on that aspect of the case by case law, e.g. conduct
such as was described in Hendry v. Ferguson English and Empire Digest Vol. 15 p. 756 pp. 4935.
The Magistrate's conclusion on this point was consequently erroneous.
(3) The absence of any positive proof of 'intent' a material element necessary to constitute
the offence, of necessity rendered the conviction bad.
The section under which the appellant was charged reads :-
70 (1) (C)" Every person who between the date of notification by the Supervisor of Elections
of the issue by the Administrator of a writ for purposes of an election and the day
after polling at such election, whether in a general election or in a bye-election, acts
in a disorderly manner with intent to prevent the transaction of business of a public
meeting called for the purpose of promoting the election of a candidate as a member to
serve in the Legislative Council shall be guilty of an illegal practice, and shall, on
summary conviction thereof, be liable to a fine of four hundred and eighty dollars and
be incapable during a period of five years from the date of conviction, of being regis-
tered as an elector, or voting at any election".
It is undisputed that Purcell was holding a political meeting by the roadway on the night in
question, with a view to advancing his candidature at the forthcoming Elections, and that the appellant
was an opposing candidate for the same seat.
In support of his argument that Purcell had no lawful right to hold a meeting on the highway,
Counsel for the appellant cited from the Law of the Constitution by A. V. Dicey 9th Ed. page 560 (1) (b)
............As a matter of law processions-as distinct from meetings are prima facie lawful,
since the participants .re severally entitled to pass and repass on the highway provided that no
obstruction is thereby caused".
Later in the same paragraph the following appears.
.......... Apart from this, the question is one of reasonableness. Provocative conduct by the
procession may well result in a riot, or, at least, unlawful assembly. There can be no certain test of
what is reasonableness".
The very nature of the section under which the appellant is charged indicates that the legislature
was cognisant of the likelihood of conflict in one way or other between opposing factions, and having
regard to the limited period during which such offence could take place, it is correct to infer that the
object of the section was to see that law and order is maintained and that all election business should
be conducted smoothly and peacefully.
Section 2 of the Public Order Ordinance 1951 (No. 1 of 1951) An Ordinance to prohibit the
wearing of uniforms in connection with political objects and the maintenance by private persons of
association of military or similar character ; and to make further provision for the preservation of
public order on the occasion of public processions and meetings in public places", defines the following
terms for purposes of that act viz :
'meeting' means a meeting held for the purpose of the discussion of matters of public
interest or for the purpose of the expression of views on such matters ;
public meeting' includes any meeting in a public place and any meeting which the public
or any section thereof are permitted to attend, whether on payment or otherwise ;
'public place' means any highway, place or garden, any sea beach, and any public bridge,
road, lane, footway, square, court, alley or passage, whether a thoroughfare or not ; and includes
any open space to which, for the time being, the public have or are permitted to have access,
whether on payment or otherwise".
Section 70 1 (C) of the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance 1951 (No. 10 of 1951) is identical
with section 8 of the Public Order Ordinance 1951 (No. 1 of 1951) except that it provides increased
penalties where the offence occurs within the named period. Having regard to these statutes, it
would seem that the holding of public meetings on the highway is not only permissible but that the
Legislature has specially provided for the insurance that such meetings should proceed without undue
hindrance, or disturbance.
This view is supported by Lord Alverstone C.J. in Burden vs. Rigler 1911. 1K. B.D. p. 337 in dealing
with an English statute of like effect to wit :-
The public meeting Act, 1908, S. 1, sub-s 1 : of which reads :-
Any person who at a lawful meeting acts in a disorderly manner for the purpose of pre-
venting the transaction of the business for which the meeting was called together shall be guilty
of an offence and, if the offence is committed at a political meeting held in any parliamentary
constituency between the date of the issue of a writ for the return of a member of parliament for
such constituency and the date at which a return to such writ is made, he shall be guilty of an
illegal practice within the meaning of the Corrupt and Illegal Practices Prevention Act, 1883, and
in any other case shall, on summary conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding five pounds, or
to imprisonment not exceeding one month".
As to the right of the appellant to pass along the highway, there can be no doubt that his exercise
of that right could only be questioned if he abuses it. In the instant case the appellant passed through
the meeting on the first occasion. This passage by itself could have no significance. Fifteen minutes












670 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE DECEMBER 21, 1957.-(No. 70.)

later he passes back leading the band and on this occasion, according to the evidence of Corporal
Charles which the Court accepted, the appellant gave the order to the band to carry on playing, after
they had been stopped by the police and had in fact ceased to play. He returned a third time leading
the band through the meeting.
The effect the noise of a steel band, followed by a crowd jumping, singing and dancing, would
have on a meeting at which addresses are being delivered, is a matter of common knowledge. The
meeting just could not go on, as long as the band was within the immediate vicinity of the meeting.
Having regard (1) to the period within which the steel band procession passed through the political
meeting three times at intervals of 15-20 minutes, disturbing it on each occasion, (2) the nature of the
song which was being sung and (3) the general behaviour of the crowd the Court is left in no doubt
that the object of this procession was to break up the political meeting which was then in progress,
and this the trial magistrate held.
The appellant not only led the procession on the second occasion through the meeting, but as the
Court found, was instrumental in making it disobey the police officers on duty. Having succeeded
thus far he again led the band through the meeting on the third occasion. The cumulative effect of
this behaviour is what the court has to consider. Each and every one of those people it would appear,
were, by their studied behaviour, contributing to the break up of that meeting and in the opinion of the
court behaving in a disorderly manner. The appellant by his close association with the band and with
the procession, unfortunatley falls within that category and incidentally within the meshes of the
Ordinance. He unfortunately was the only one before the Court.
The procession and its members abused their right to the use of the roadway as such, having regard
to the meeting which was taking place. They exceeded the ordinary and reasonable uses of the highway
to which the public are entitled. Hickman vs Massey 1900 1Q. B.D. p 753. There was an abun-
dance of evidence before the court to conclude as it did in effect, that the procession was not using the
highway for passing and repassing solely, but more specifically for the purpose of interfering with the
political meeting which was in progress, and consequently with the business concerned therewith.
This circumstance distinguishes this case from that of R. Vs. Londonderry Justices 1891 L. R. (Irish)
440. English and Empire Digest Vol. 15 p. 786 pp. 4932 where the Salvation Army was not making
an unreasonable use of the highway, though led by a band.
It was urged on behalf of the appellant that his behaviour was not disorderly in the sense contem-
plated by the Legislature. This Court can only lend to the words of the Ordinance their ordinary
normal meaning, assisted as far as possible by the interpretation of the same words in other statutes.
Sub-section 43 of section 141 of the Criminal Code (Cap. 55 Revised Laws of Grenada) forbids
'riotous' or disorderly behaviour. In the Licensing Acts 1902 2 Edw. 7 C. 28 'riotous' or 'disorderly
behaviour' is also prohibited. In Stone's Justices Manual (87th Ed.) Vol. 1 p. 1301 note (a) the word
'ritous' is there stated to mean 'noisy' turbulent or uproarious conduct disturbing the quiet and good
order of a place. This special meaning of 'riotous' is the same meaning as 'disorderly'.
The facts which the learned Magistrate found are clearly indicative of a studied plan to wreck
that political meeting, and of a state of mind from which the intent, so necessary for the proof of the
case, could be inferred.
This Court cannot find favour with the argument that the appellant's behaviour in the circum-
stances was not disorderly. He was a party to the band disobeying the police even though the police
officer in question took a humourous view of the situation. The appellant led the band through the
meeting twice with the object which the court infers from all the surrounding facts taken as a whole,
of wrecking the meeting and interfering with the transaction of the business of that meeting. This
the Court has no hesitation in regarding as disorderly behaviour. An act of this nature according to
the section constitutes an illegal practice.
In the light of the learned Magistrate's findings of fact, and the above reasons, this appeal is
dismissed, and the conviction and sentence affirmed.

K. L. GORDON,
Acting Chief Justice.

13th December, 1957.












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