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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: May 2, 1959
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Government Gazette.

77.] SAINTORS, SATURDAY, MAY2, 1959. [No. 26.

VOL. 77.] SAINT 'GEORGES, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959. [No. 26.


No. 112.
R. RUPERT H-OTE has been appointed to
serve'as.a Member of the Wages Council
for Minor Industrial Undertakings established
under the provisions of the Wages Council (Minor
Industrial Undertakings) Order, 1958, to represent
employers engaged in the' Printing Trade vice Mr.
EDWARD E. ST. JOHN, 'who has resigned with
effect from the 18thF'ebrtiary, 1959.
2nd May, 1959.
No. 113.
been granted '32 days' vacation leave with
effect from the 2nd May, 1!959.
24th-April, 1?99,
P.F. 992.
No. 114.
HE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
Sfor the Colonies has .notified the Governor
that the Queen will not, be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's 'power 'of :disallowinme 'with respect to
the following Ordinances of the Grenada Legisla-
No. 1-of 1'959-:An Oidinante; further to amend
the Co-operative Sodieties Ordinance, 1S594
No. 2 of, 1959-AritOad,inance further to amend
the Agricultural Small Tenancies Ordinance,
Miisefty of. Zrade-~ad' Produetion,

E',,No."TEP:S6 9.
-M'P.. ENol'.P. ~89.

-No. 115.
RS. MURIEL MORGAN, Librarian, Pablic
TLibrary, has resigned with effect from 28th
April. 1959.

By Command,
Government Secretary&
Government Office,
28th April, 1959.
P.F. 466.

SEVERAL cases have been reported to this
Office recently of persons travelling abroad,
-and to Aruba particularly, who have succeeded in
securing passports on ,misrepresentation viz. the
production of false birth and baptismal certificates
and, sometimes, affidavits in support of 'these
-All persons intending to travel abroad are
hereby warned of the seriousness of these illegal
practices and the severe consequences that might
ensue, and all persons recommending applicants
for passports are hereby reminded that they should
sign their own declarations only after satisfying
themselvess by- personyc, knowledge of the applicants,
and not from information obtained from other
sources, as to the correctness of the statements
'made-by the applicants in their deciaratlioas.
Giovernmeu t Office,
St. George's,
27th April, :199.

74 -Y &r9



APPLICATIONS are invited for the following
posts at the Farm School for Delinquents
St. Lucia.
(a) Joint posts of Headmaster and Matron.
(b) Assistant Master.
The salary of the Headmaster is in the scale of
The Headmaster will be responsible for the
organising and directing of the whole work of
the school. He will be required to teach general
subjects; to organise leisure time activities and to
undertake some individual case work to be carried
out through direct contact and co-operatien with
the Probation Officer.
Applicants should have teaching experience and
have a genuine interest in the welfare of under-
previledged boys.
The post is resident and suitable quarters will
be provided for a married man.
Matron: The salary is in the scale of $1,020x
60-$1,500x120-$1,980 per annum.
The post is resident and the matron will under-
take the duties of a House-mother and should have
the ability to create a home atmosphere.
Assistant Master : The salary is in the scale
of $1,020x60-$1,500x120-$1,980 per annum.
The duties of the Assistant Master will be
generally to assist the Headmaster in the direction
and Administration of the school and to deputise
for him when required.
A knowledge of farming, crafts and leisure
activities will be an advantage. Single accom-
modation for a single man will be provided.
Applications giving full particulars of name, age
marital status, qualifications and experience should
be forwarded to the Assistant Adminisrator and
Establishment Officer, Government Office, Castries,
S*. Lucia, and should reach him not later than
Friday, 15th May, 1959.
Government Office,
St. Lucia,
18th April, 1959.


T is hereby notified for general information that
a limited number of copies of the Commemo-
rative Booklet on the Federation of the West
Indies are available at the Government Office at
the price of sixty cents (60c.) per copy.
Government Office,
16th April, 1959.


A RTISANS in the category of carpenters,
masons, plumbers, painters, who are willing
to work with Government, are asked to register
for work with the Public Works Department by
sending in their names with their years of ex-
perience to the Director of Public Works, St.
All applications must reach the Director of
Public Works by the 20th May, 1959.
Ministry of Communications & Works,
St. George's,
17th April, 1959.




Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
ending 31st December, 1959.

Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Regulations, 1939.

WNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-yearly inspection of these vehicles will com-
mence as follows:-
St. George's Fire Station:
Wednesday 3rd June, 1959.
Wednesday 10th June. 1959.
Wednesday 17th June, 1959.
Wednesday 24th June, 1959.
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Police Station Grenville :
Thursday 4th June, 1959
Thursday 11th June, 1959
Thursday 18th June, 1959
Thursday 25th June, 1959
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Police Station Sauteurs :
Friday 5th June, 1959
Friday 12th June, 1959
Friday 19th June, 1959
Friday 26th June, 1959
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Police Station Victoria:
Tuesday 2nd June, 1959
Tuesday 9th June, 1959
Tuesday 16th June, 1959
Tuesday 23rd June, 1959
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Police Station Govyave :
Monday 1st June, 1959
Monday 8th June, 1959
Monday 15th June, 1959
Monday 22nd June, 1959
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.
Police Station Carriacou :
From Monday 6th July, 1959 to Friday
10th July, 1959.
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 .\otor Vehicles at the Traffic
Branch, New Fire Station, in advance with a.view
to effecting any alterations that may be necessary
to comply with the provisions of the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1938, and of the
Regulations made thereunder.



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1959.-(No. 26.)

Vehicles must be presented] in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have b-en recently overhauled.
The body and wings, axle, chassis, frame, steering
arms, springs, trackrods, brake connections, shackles,
bolts, nuts, split pins, engine, engine shield and
case, clutch, gearbox, m;rgneto 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 remove d before presenta-
tion in order to admit of an examination being
anade in full. All split pins. etc., must be clearly
exposed, also chassis and engine numbers. Drivers'
seats must be securely fastened so that the driver
can have proper control over the vehicle. Spot
lights, musical horns and whistles are strictly
prohibited. Each vehicle must have its tare and
maximum gross weight painted in white figures not
less than 2. inches in height upon a black ground
in a conspicuous place on the right cr offside of
the vehicle.
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7, 8 and 9 and the Second schedulee to tohe Regula-
tions, No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a condition as
to render each letter or figure readily distinguish-
able. The attention of owners of Motor Omnibuses
and Goods Vehicles is specially directed to Regula-
tion 23 (11) (a) regarding the position of front
lamps. Spot lights will not be allowed except with
the written approval of the Licensing Authority.
The attention of the owners of Hiring Cars and
Motor Omnibuses is directed to the Motor Vehicles
-and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, No. 6
of 1914, as amended by the Motor Vehicle and
Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) Regulations,
No. 70 of 1946, which require 1.hat printed copies of
the Tariffs of Maximum Fares be displayed in such
vehicles. These are now available and may be
purchased at the Treasury, St. George's, and at
any District Hevenue Office, at 4 cents per copy.
Vehicles which have been found by the Inspector
to have defects must not Ie used on the roads until
they have been issued with a Cer:ificate, certifying
that the vehicles may be duly licensed.

2nd May, 1959.

Acting Financial Secretary,
Licensing Authority.



T is hereby notified for general information that
an Agreement has now been signed in Cairo
between Her Majesty's Government and the Gov-
ernment of the United Arab Republic concerning
financial and commercial relations and British Pro-
perty in Egypt.
The Agreement provides for the immediate
termination of all sequestration measures in
Europe by the Government of the United Arab
Republic, and for termination of all restrictive
measures against British Nationals under Pro-
clamation No. 5 of November 1, 1956. It also
provides for the return of all British property
remaining under sequestration (hereinafter referred
to as Sequestrated property), and for the payment
of compen-ation in Aterling to Her Majesty's

Government to cover both property sold by the
Egyptian authorities under Proclamation No. 5
(hereinafter referred to as Egyptionised Property),
and also to cover injury or damage to sequestrated
property as a result of the measures of seques-
Sequestrated Property. The Agreement pro-
vides for an orderly process of desequestration,
and obliges the United Arab Republic to adminis-
ter and protect sequestrated property until its
return to the owners (provided application is made
within one year).
The United Arab Republic Government has made
the following announcement : The owners whose
property has been sequestrated under Proclama-
tion No. 5 and is not subject to Article III (c) of
the Agreement are hereby informed that they can
obtain the return of their property in Egypt."
(Article III refers to Egyptionised property).
Owners of sequestrated property are advised to
take over, or to authorise agents to take over, their
property. To do this, application must be made
to the I'gyptian Sequestrator-General in an appli-
cation form which is being prepared and will
shortly be sent to Her Majesty's Government by
the Egyptian authorities. A copy of this form
when received will be distributed by the British
Property in Egypt Section of the Foreign Office to
all property owners registered with them and will
also be available on application to the Section at 7
Carlton Gardens, London, S.W.I. The Sequest-
rator-General will want from owners, as well as
their application forms, particulars of identity and
a statement of the assets they are claiming.
It is not absolutely necessary for an owner to go
hack to Egypt to deal with his property. If it is
desired, an owner may appoint agents to act on
his behalf, in which case his application to the
Sequestrator-General would have to include an
authority from him appointing his agent. The
British Property in Egypt Section will be able to
give advice both about the appointment of agents
and about any other steps which an owner should
Any enquires an owner may have about the
recovery of sequestrated Property under the Agree-
ment should be sent to the British Property in
Egypt Section. It is particularly important to
consult them before returning to Egypt.
If, after its restoration, an owner discovers that
his property has suffered injury or damage as a
result of sequestration, lie can formulate claims
for compensation. These will be handled by
thl Foreign Office Compensation Commission in
London in the same way as claims of compensation
for Egyptionised Froperty referred to below.
The Olline of the United Kingdom Represent-
ative in Cairo will be taking over from the Swiss
authorities, who have been acting as Protecting
Power for the past two years, all matters to do
with the implementation of the Agreement and will
give owners all possible assistance in Egypt.
Egyptionised Property. This Property will
nct be returned. An owner will be entitled to
claim compensation from the lump sum paid under
the Agreement to Her Majesty's Government. The
distribution of the lump sum will b3 entrust:'l to
the Foreign Compensation Commission in accord-
anc.' with the provisions of the Orders in Council,
the first of which is now beinr. prepaircd and which
will he h1 id before Parliament as soon as possible


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1959.-(No. 26.)

after it has been submitted for Her Majesty's
approval. The Commission will not be able to
deal with the applications of prospective claimants
until the Order in Council has been approved, but,
if owners have any enquiries about this aspect of
the Agreement ih 'the meantime, the British
Property in Egypt Section of the Foreign Office
will be glad to answer them.
A copy of this Agreement may be seen at this
Government Offie,
Grenada, W.I.
23rd April, 1959.

ORDINANCE, 1945 (NO. 3 OF 1945).

'n the matter of a Declaration by the Governor
in Council that certain lands Situate in the
Town of Gouyave in the Paiish of Saint
John in the island of Grenada are to be
acquired for a Pubtic Purpose.

(Second Publication).

W HEREAS it is enacted by section 3 of the
Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1945 (No. 3
of 1945), that if the Governor in Council considers
that any land should be acquired for a Public
Purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect
to be made:
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor
in Council that the land mentioned and described
in the Schedule hereto shall be acquired for a public
purpose, to wit, for the erection'of a public latrine
thereon :
by His Excellency the Governor, acting afteg
.consultation with the Executive Council of the
Colony of Grenada, that upon the Second Publica.
tion of this Declaration in the Gazette the land
mentioned and described in the Schedule hereto
shall be acquired for the above mentioned purpose
and shall vest absolutely with the Crown.
SNOTIFIED that a plan of the above mentioned land
-may be inspected between the hours of 9.00 a.m.
and 4 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays and 9.00 a.m.
,and 12 noon on Saturdays at the Public Works
Department Offices in the town of Saint George.

ALL THAT lot piece or parcel of land situate
in the town of Gouyave in the parish of Saint John
in the Island cf Grenada containing by admeasure-
ment 400 Square Feet English Statute Measure,
and abutted and bounded on the North by the sea-
shore, on the South by lands of Cleo Louison, on
the East by lands of Seon Frederick and by lands
of the Government of Grenada and on the West
by lands of the heirs of James Darbeau, deceased,
Dated this 23rd day of April, 1959.

Clerk of the Executsve Council.


M ANY violations of the Animals (Diseases and
Importation) Ordinance have been observed
recently. Attention is hereby drawn to the above-
named Ordinance 9 part III, 1953 which states.
(1) No mammal, bird, reptile or insect may be
imported into the Colony save under and in
accordance with a licence granted by the
Superintendent of Agriculture under the
provisions of Section 15 of this Ordinance.
The Superintendent of Agriculture therefore in-
sists that the following conditions are met before
poultry or animals are imported into the Colony:--
(a) That a Certificate of Health, issued by a
qualified Veteranian, be presented on arrival
from the country of origin.
(b) That a permit be obtained from the Depart-
ment 'of Agriculture.
Failure to comply with the Animals (Diseases
and Importation) Ordinance, will make the person
liable to a fine not exceeding'$240 or to imprison-
ment fcr a term not exceeding three months.

E. C. ARTHUR, B.Sc., D.V.M., V.S.
Veterinary Officer
for Superintendent of Agriculture.



(Appellate Jurisdiction)

THERE will be a general sitting of the above-
named Court at the Supreme Court, St.
George's, Grenada, on Monday the 4th of May,
1959, commencing at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon
for the determination of the undermentioned
Appeal :
No. 2 of 1958 :

1. Veronica Eloise Nool
2. Lawrence Noel
3. Jane Noel
4. Augustina Noel
5. Denis Noel
6. Evelyn Noel
7. Elizabeth Marshall Defendants-Appellants
Philbert Noel Plaintiff-Respondent.
Dated this 3rd day of April, 1959.

Deputy Begistrar, Federal Supreme Court.



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1959.--(No. 26.) 155


PPLICATIONS are invited for the two posts
of Student Surveyors in the Public Works
The salary is at the minimum in t'e scale
$792 x $60-$996, plus 20 per cent. The posts
are non-pensionable. The successful applicants
should b3 residents of Grenada and must reside in
the areas to which they are assigned.
Preference will bh given to applicants with a
Higher School (Jertificate with pssses in Mathe-
matics and General Science or Physics. Applicants
should not be over thirty years of age.
Applications should include the following in-
Name, address and age
Qualifications and experience
Date available to commence work
Certified copies of recent Testimonials.
Applications in the candidates' own handwriting
should be enclosed in sealed envelopes endorsed
"STUDENT SUREEYOR" addressed to the
Secretary of the Public Service Commission, to
reach him on Monday, 4th May, 1959, at the latest.

Government Office,
St. George's,
22nd April, 1959.


IN pursuance of Section 21 (2) of the above
Ordinance I hereby give notice that a copy of
the diagram and report of NORRIs R. WILLIAMS,
Assistant Surveyor, P.W.D., of a survey made at
the request of Klrs. ETHEL CANHIGH of a lot of
land situate at Diego Piece, St. Mark's, the pro-
perty of ETHEL CANHIGH has been lodged in the
Office of the Registrar cf the Supreme Court of
the Windward Islands and Leeward Islands at
Dated the 15th day of April, 1959.

Chief Registrar, Supreme C court.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenada, West Indies,



APPLICATIONS for appointment to the new
post of General Manager of the Dominica
Banana Growers' Association are invited from
suitably qualified persons who should be of proved
managerial ability. The applicant appointed will
be responsible to the Association's Board of
Management for the effective discharge of all
aspects of the Board's duties, including banana
Disease Control.
The appointment will be on contract f:.r three
years in the first instance, subject to a probation-
ary period of three months and to termination by

either party at three months' notice. The salary
offered is in the range $7,200--S12,000 per
annum, depending on qualifications and experience;
traveling expenses are reimbursable. The appoint-
ment of a General Manager and its termination
are subject to the approval of the Governer-in-
If an applicant resident elsewhere than in
Dominica is appointed passage and removal ex-
penses of himself, his wife and dependent children
below the age of 18, not exceeding five persons in
all, will be met.
Applications, giving full details of qualifications
and experience, and accompanied by copies of two
testimonials, should reach the Secretary, Dcminica
Banana Growers' Association, Roseau, Dominica,
W.I., not later than 7th May, 1959


Post of Probation Officer, St. Lucia.

APPLTCATIONS are invited from men between
the ages of 22 and 35 years for appointment
to the Po0t of Probtition Officer, St. Lucia.
Candidates should possess the Cambridge School
Certificate or higher qualification.
Applicants should have some knowledge of Social
Work and a desire coupled with past experience of
work amongst y(ung people. A knowledge of
Patois would be an advantage.
The salary of the post (which is not pensionable
at present) is at the rate of $2,304 per annum in
the scale of $2,304 rising by annual increments of
$96 to $2,688 per annum plus a pay addition of
The Probation Officer will be required to under-
take Social Work of the Courts, After Care of
Offenders and Case Work. He will also be required
to carry out such other duties as may from time
to time be required by the Public Relations and
Social Welfare Officer.
Applications with two copies of recent testi-
monials should be addressed to the Assistant
Administrator and Establishment Officer, Govern-
ment Buldings, Castries, and should reach him not,
later than Saturday,, 2nd May, 1959.

Government Office,
St. Lucia,
9th April, 1959.


PPLI,;ATIONS are invited from suitable
qualified persons for the post of Executive
Architect, Windward Islands.
1. Appointment. The appointment is non-
pensionable and will be for a period of three years
in the first instance. It will be subject to the
(olonial Regulations and to the local General
Orders in force for the time being, in so far as they
are applicable.
2. Salary. The salary scale of the appointment
is $4,-00 per annum rising by annual increments
of $120 to $6,240 per annum plus 20% pay addi-
tion. Thl current rate of exchange of the Wind-
ward Islands dollar is $4.80 dollars equals sterling,

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 2, 1959.-(No. 26.)

Half salary of the appointment will be paid from
the date of embarkation, and full salary from the
date of arrival in the Colony.
3. Allowances. A car is a necessity and a
travelling allowance of $240 (50) per annum
(plus casual mileage for journeys of 5 miles and
over) is paid to the officer. Subsistence and trans-
port allowances are provided in accordance with
local regulations in respect of approved travel on
duty, including visits to other Colonies of the
Windwards group. (The officer is expected to
divide his time equally between the four Colonies).
4. Quarters. Neither Government quarters
nor a housing allowance in lieu is provided.
5. Leave. Vacation leave on full salary will be
granted at the rate of one week for each completed
period of three months' resident service to be taken
on the satisfactory completion of the period of the
officer's engagement.
6. Passages. Free passages to the Windward
Islands will be provided for the officer, his wife and
children, not exceeding five persons in all, on first
appointment, and free passages back to the officer's
homeland, on the satisfactory completion of the
period of the officer's engagement. Children to be
under eighteen years of age, unmarried and depen-
dent on the officer.
7. Duties. The duties of the post are as
follows: -
(i) Responsibility for the design of all new
public buildings in the Windward Is-
lands ;
(ii) Collaboration with the Public Works
Departments in the execution cf build-
ings and in building research and ex-
periments ;
(iii) Advice to the Housing and Planning
Authorities on all housing and planning
8. General Information. Government officers
are liable to taxation imposed by local enactments.
Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary of the Windward Islands, Grenada, the
West Indies, and should reach him not later thin
31st May, 1959.


APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Dental Surgeon (School Dental Officer), St.
Salary. The salary of the post, which is pen-
sionable, is in the scale $3,840 x 120-$4,800
(800 x 25 1,000) plus a 20% pensionable pay
addition. Private practice will be permitted, pro-
vided that it does not interfere with the officer's
official duties. The appointment, which may be
on contract if desired, carries with it the liability
to transfer to any post of equivalent status within
the Windward Islands.
Qualifications: Applicants should possess a
Denial Qualification registrable in St. Vincent, and
should have had at least three years post-graduate
experience in Practical Dentistry and some ex

perience in Social Dentistry. He will be required
to advise the Government of St. Vincent on the
dental health of school children and to undertake
the dental care of the children throughout the
Island, and the Grenadines.
Further particulars regarding the appointment
may be obtained from the Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, Grenada, to whom applications giving
full particulars, qualifications and experience and
accompanied by two testimonials (which will not
be returned) should be addressed to reach him not
later than the 31st May, 1959.


Department of Agriculture

The Department of Agriculture, Agronomy
Division, now operates a Farm Machinery Service
which is available for hire to the general public for
agricultural- projects.
The equipment now available consists of two
International BTD-6 Crawler Tractors fitted with
hydraulically operated bulldozer blades, a combina-
tion Carrier with Subsciler Attachments, and a
heavy duty Rome Disc Harrow.

Conditions of 'Hire:
1. The completed application forms for the hire
of the crawler tractors and equipment from
the Farm Machinery Servi-e must be for-
warded to the Cocoa Agronomist, Mt.
Horne Cocoa Station, St. Andrew's.
Application forms are available at the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, St. George's and at all Cocoa
and Agricultural Stations and Revenue Offices in
the island.
2. A separate form must be filled out for each
holding or estate.
3. The rate of hire is twelve dollars ($12.00) per
working hour on the job. No charge shall
be made for the transp-rt of the equipment
to and from the working site.
4. Approximately one-third of the estimated
total cost of work to be carried out mdst be
deposited at the office of the Mt. Horne
Cocoa Station, St. Andrew's, before the
equipment shall be made available to the
5. The final payment for the hire of the crawlers
and equipment shall be paid to the Mt.
Horne Cocoa Station, St. Andrew's as soon
as possible, after the completion of the work
involved and not later than one month after
the work has been completed.
6. Accounts shall be rendered monthly.
7. Payments for thie hire of the equipment
should preferably be made by cheque made
payable to the Governmint of Grenada.

Acting Slupejintendent cf Agriculture


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Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

OTICE is given that Area Meetings of the above Association will be held on the following dates
and places for the purpose of discussing the undermentioned Agenda and electing Delegates to
attend the next General Meeting of the Association.

Area Date 1959 Place Time

St. Andrew's ... 12th May New G.C.N.A. Building 4.30 p.m.
St. Patrick's ... 12lh May Anglican School 5.00 p.m.
St. David's ... 13th May Thebaide R. C. School 5.00 p.m.
St. Mark's ... 13th May Anglican School 7.00 p.m.
St. John's ... 14th May Grand Roy Gov't., School 5.00 p.m.
St. George's ... 14th May Beaulieu R. C. School 6.00 p.m.

Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at
the Chamber of Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Friday 29th May, 1959, at 2 p.m.

Minutes of last General Meeting.
Report of Nutmeg Board.
Financial Statement for half year ended 31st December, 1958.
Election of six (6) members to serve on Nutmeg Board.
General Business.


2nd May, 1959-



Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

Effective from 15th December, 1958,
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

(I It IA )


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.


Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings

25 Cents per lb.

38 do.

12 do.

$1.20 do.

60 Cents.

30 do.


Date fixed : 8th December 1958.




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