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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: November 7, 1959
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GRENADA.


Government Gazette.


nublisibc bi Autiarit .


VOL. 77.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959. [No. 63.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
No. 319.
APPOINTMENTS. MiI' JOHN P' \TRSON, Class II Clerk, Govern.
No. 315. ment Office, has been granted 116 days'
vacation leave with effect from the 1st November,
"R. CARL LEON INCE has been appointed as 1959.
MJj a iNon-Graduate Master, iTrenn a B-ys' 5th Nov
Secondary School, with effect from t o 25th 5th November, 1959.
September, 1959. P.F. 94.


31th October, 1959.
P.F. 1122

No- 31i.
R. RFLWTN FITZ-STANLEY SAGE has been
appointed as a Non-Graduate Master,
Grenada Boy,' Secondary School, with effect from
the 25th September, 1959.
31th October, 1959.
P.F. 1210

No. 317.
MR. EUSTACE B. CORNWALL has been appointed
as a District Public Health Inspector, with
effect from the 1st August, 1959.
6th November, 1959.
P.F. 942.

VACATION LEAVE.
No. 318.
ISS BERNADETTE DE PRADINE, Class III
Clerk, who had been seconded to W-I.B.S.,
has been granted 40 days' action leave with effect
from 1st September, 1959, at the end of which
her resignation from the Service will take effect.
31th October, 1959.
P.F. 997.


No. 320.
MISS CHRISTINE LOWE, Class II Clerk,
SDepartment of Agriculture, has been granted
93 days' vacation leave with effect from ist
November, 1959:
5th November, 1959.
P.F. 1033.
MP.

RESUMPTION.
No. 321.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 39 of
the 7th February, 1959, MR. S. A-. Me
NEILLY, Harbour Master, has resumed duty with
effect from 2:d November, 1959.
2nd November, 1959.
P.F. 163.

No. 322.
FIE following document is circulated with an3
Sforms part of this'Gazette:-
S. R. & 0. No. 27.-The Electors' List Pro-
clamation, 1959.
By Command,
LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Government Secretary,
Government Office,
7th November, 1959.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 7, 1959.-(No. 63.)


NOTICE.

Federal Supreme Court, Criminal
Appellate Jurisdiction.

THE public is hereby informed that on 19th
S November, 1958, the Legislati Douncil of
Grenada passed a resolution conf rrJg criminal
appellate jurisdiction on the Federal Supreme
Court.
2nd November, 1959.
M.P. 1378.


NOTICE.


Creech Jones Scholarship.

fTHE Management Committee of the Workers
t Travel Association (U.K.) have decided to
provide this year another one year Scholarship
valued at 500 to 550 at the University College
of Swansea in connection with the one year
Course on Social Welfare for overseas Students.
The Course is designed to meet the needs of
men and women from countries whose social ser-
vices have begun to develop only recently and who
wish to prepare themselves for greater respon-
sibility in social work or administration by train-
ing at an advanced level.
Applicants who should be at least twenty three
years of age, should have such qualifications and
training as will enable them to meet the academic
requirements of the Course and to benefit from the
field experience with Social Welfare agencies
which forms an integral part of the Course.
The Scholarship will meet the fees of the Course
and maintenance. It will include an allowance
for personal expenses, for books and for travelling
while on field work. It does not however provide
for the cost of travelling to and from Britain.
It is hoped that the Scholarship will encourage
applications from men and women associated with
voluntary movements, and preference will be given
to these applicants although it is not intended to
exclude candidates who are employed by Govern-
ment.
Applications should state fully the qualifications
of candidates and their experience in social work,
.and should reach Government Office before 15th
November, 1969.
Government Office,
Grenada,
21st October, 1959.


Vacant Post of Chief Clerk, Registry, Supreme
Court, and Court Stenographer.


of
St


Pc


$120-$2,280, together with a pensionable pay
addition of 20% of salary.
Duties: The holder of the post will be Chief
Clerk of the Registry of the Supreme Court, and
be responsible for the general supervision of the
Department. He/she will also perform the duties
of Court Stenograp r and any other duties as-
signed by the Regi trr.
Qualifications : Pe candidate should be in
possession of a Certificate attesting to his ability
to write shorthand at a minimum speed of 120
words per minute and the Cambridge School
Certificate (or its equivalent).
3- Applications giving personal data and aseom-
panied by two recent testimonials (not applicable
to officers already in the Public Service) should be
submitted to the Secretary of the Pablic Service
Commission, Grenada, not later than the 1lth
November, 1969.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES.

TREASURY.

THE unoermentioned articles forfeited for a
breach of the Customs Ordinance, will be
offered for sale by Public Auction at the Baggage
Shed, St. George's, on the 12th November, 1959,
at 10.30 a. m.
(83) Eighty-three bottles Mt. Gay Eclipse
Rum
(13) Thirteen bottles Strong Rum.

F. R. PHILLIP,
Acting. Financial Secretary.
Treasury & Customs Dept.,
St. George's.
5th October, 1959.


NOTICE.
FLOUR.

SERCHANTS and Importers are requested to
Submit to the Controller of Supplies monthly
returns of flour purchased during that month, for
expected shipment during the period 1st October,
1959 to 31st July, 1960. These returns, should
show the total separate tonnage for each country of
origin. Any subsequent cancellations of reported
purchases should also be notified. The returns
should be submitted within the first ten days of
the subsequent month.


20th October, 1959.


A. D. MITCHELL,
Controller of Supplies.


POST OFFICE.


PPLICATIONS are invited fhom suitably HE Public is hereby notified that a New $2.53
Qualified persons for appointment to the post J Stamp with the Royal Cipher will be put on
Chief Clerk, Registry, Supreme Court and Court Sale for the first time on the 16th November, 1959.
Tenographer. M. W. AYLING,
2. The following particulars relate to the Colonial Postmaster.
ost :- General Post Office,
Annointment: The post is pensionable. Grenada.
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h t61 October, .


Salary: The salary of the post is $il,~t. x


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 7, 1959.-(No. 63.)


NOTICE.

T is hereby notified for general information that
a limited number of copies of the "Laws of
-the West Indies, 1958," are on sale at the Govern-
ment Office at the price of $10.00 per copy.
2. Persons desirous of becoming Annual sub-
sscribers for the Laws of the WV' Indies are ad-
vised to forward their ,namet and addresses
together with the appropriate sum to cover the
*cost of the number of copies required, at $10.00
'per copy,
Government Office,
Grenada.
31st October, 1959.


NOTICE.

-Sile of Properties for "General Town
Rates" Under The Towns Administra-
tion Ordinance, Cap. 225.

T is hereby notified for public information that
the undermentioned properties were sold on
the 1st October, 1959, for the non-payment of
General Town Rates due thereon for the year 195)
and previous years.
The particulars are as follows:-

ST. GEORGE'S.


Property Situation

,One (1) Melville
house Streat
do St. John's
Stre
do Grenville
Street
do Scott
Street
do Villa A"
do Carenage
do Melville
Street


Owner

Est. Benjamin
Alexis
Floretta
et Bascus
Est. Pomelia
Charles
Church of
Scotland
Alexander Francis
Joseph E. George
Louisa B. Gittens


ST. JOHN'S.
iOne (1) Central Jocelyn
house DePradine St. Boopsinghl
House & Victoria Road & Hrs. of
Land Up. Dep. St. .losiah Charles


Purchase
Price

$10.1.00

$ 53.00

$ 40.00

$ 19.00

$ 75.00
$ 23.00
$ 0.000



$ 5.00

S22..00


'One (1) house Lr. Dep. St. Julia Charles $ 3.50
do Cen. Dep. St. H. A. McKie $346.13
Unless the owners or any persons having an
interest in the properties sold pay into the
'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 properties
sold shall at the end of the stipulated
period vest absolutely in the purchasers.


D. M. B. CROMWELL,
Comptroller, Inland Revenue.


15th October, 1959.


TREASURY.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1938.

Inspection .of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
eRn ing 30th June, 1960.

Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Regulations, 1988.

OWNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-year inspection of these vehicles will commence
as follows :-

St. George's Fire Stction:
Wednesday 2nd December, 1959.
Wednesday 9th December, 1959.
Wednesday 16th December, 1959.
Wednesday 23rd December, 1959.
Wednesday 30th December, 1959.
From '.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Foli':e Station Grenclle:
Thursday 3rd December, 1959.
Thursday 10th December, 1959.
Thursday 17th December, 1959.
Thur-day 7th January, 1960.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Police Station Sauteurs :
Friday 4th December, 1959.
Friday 11th D.cember, 1959.
F icday 18th December, 1959.
Fro n 9.00 a.m. to ?.)0 p.:n. daily.

Police Satlio7n Vict'ria:
Tuesday Ist December, 1959.
Tuesday 15th i december, 1959.
Tuesdayy 29 h December, 1959.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Police Station Gouyate :
Monday 7th December, 1959.
Monday 21st December, 1959.
Monday 28th Pecember, 1959.
Frcm 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Police Station St. David's :
Tuesdayy 8th December, 1959.
Monday 14th December, 1959.
Tuesday 22nd Decembdr, 1959.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Police Station Carriaaco :
Monday llth to Friday 15th January, 1960.
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 Levenue Offices and then approach
the Inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffic
liranch, New Fire Station, in advance with a view


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE,


NOVEMBER 7, 1959.-(No. 63.)


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.
Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have been recently overhauled.
The body and wings, axle, chassisyfre, steering
arms, springs, trackrods, bra E0 connections,
shackles, bolts, nuts, split pins, engine, engine
shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto or coil,
air filter, carburettor and all working parts must
be cleaned in order to admit of proper examination.
Dust covers, if used, must be removed before pre-
sentation in order to admit of an examination
being made 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 2J inches in height upon a black ground
in a conspicuous place on the right or offside of
the vehicle.
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the Regula-
tions, No. 35 of 1958, and be in such a condition
as to render each letter or figure readily dis-
tinguishable. 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 ex-
cept 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 Traiffs 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.

F. R. PHILLIP,
Financial Secretary,
Licensing Authority.


31st October, 1959.


NOTICE.

T HE following notice is published for public
information :-

Travel to the Dominican Republic
The Consul General of the Dominican Republic
in Port-of-Spain has furnished the Federal Govern-
ment with the following information regarding
travel by West Indian citizens to the Dominican
,Republic:
1. It is not necessary for British subjects to
obtain visas.


2. British subjects may enter the Dominican
Republic upon presentation of a Tourist
Card which may be obtained from any air-
line or tourist agency and which need not
be endorsed by a ('onsulate of the Dominican
Republic.
3. British subjects may remain in the Dominican
Republic fv red by the Tourist Card for a
period ofk.J days. This stay may be
extended by thI Iummigrati'ii Department
to two months at the discretion of the
authorities. British subjects will be able
to visit the Republic with this Card on
cruises, vacations, tourism, business trips
and personal calls, provided that they do
not undertake any remunerated activity.
4. Travellers of any nationality, including.
British subjects, who pass through the
Dominican Republic INTRANSIT to other
countries, and disembark with the purpose
of making connections or boarding another
means cf transport on the same day of their
arrival to the country, need no Consular
visa or Tourist Card. Travellers "intransit"
should carry their tickets and their Pass-
ports valid and duly visaed for the country
of their destination.
5. Travellers who enter the Dominican Republic
under any conditions should be provided
with a valid Passport Certificates of Good
Conduct, Health, Vaccination, and tickets-
for leaving the country.
These facilities apply also to Brazilian and
United States citizens.

Government Office,
Grenada,
26th October, 1959.
M.P. 10701I.


THE WEST INDIES.

Vacancy in the Federal Public Service-
Senior Reporter, Federal Legislature.

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment in
the Federal Public Service to-the post of
Senior Reporter, Federal Legislature, which carries
a salary scale of $4,320 x 240-$5,040 per annum.
The commencing salary will be determined in
accordance with the candidate's qualifications and
experience.
Qualifications: Applicants should not be less
than 25 years nor more than 40 years of age and
should have had a good general education. The
candidate must be a practising high-speed short-
hand writer able to take verbatim notes at the
rate of not less than 160 words per minute and be
proficient in Typewriting, and must have had at
least five years' experience, preferably as a verba-
tim reporter.
Hours of Work: When the Legislature is
sitting it will be necessary to be on duty at night
in accordance with the hour of adjournment of the
House. When the House is not sitting, hours of
work will be normal hours of duty applicable to
the Federal Public Service.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 7, 1959.-(No. 63.)


Duties: Under the supervision of the Clerk of
the Legislature or his authorised representative,
the successful candidate will be required to assist
the Editor of Hansard in the running of that
department, in preparing for publication the debates
of the Federal Legislature, fixing the rota for and
leading the team of re:;orters in reporting the
debates of the Legislature, a- well as proceedings
of Select Committees thereof, Conferences and
such other duties as may be assigned by the Clerk
of the Legislature.
General Conditions of Service: A statement
of the conditions of service applicable to the above
post will be made available cc application to the
Establishment Officer, 'Government Office, Grenada.
2. Applicants should furnish evidence of their
age and qualifications, a recent testimonial, and
give the names of two referees, one of whom should
be resident in the area. Applications should b)
sent to the Federal Personnel Officer, Federal
House, Port of Spain, Trinidad, The West Indies,
to reach him not later than the 15th November,
1959. Candidates already holding post in the
Public Service are required to submit their appli-
cation tlnough the normal channels at least two
weeks before the actual closing date.



NOTICE.

Tenders For The Conveyance Of Mails
And Passengers Between Carriacou
And Petit Martinique.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the conveyance
of mails, passengers an- cargo twice weekly by
boat betweo- Carriac-u anI( Petit Martinique.
2. Persons ,.nd articles shall be conveyed free
when carrio on behalf of (Government and under
the conditions laid down in the contract.
3. The conl'act will be for a period of one year
from 1st January to 31st Decembe:', 1960.
4. Tenders should be submittc.d to tlh- Chair-
man, Tenders Boatd, marked e r-s for
Carriacou and Petit Martinique Mail Service by
noon on 28th November, 1959.

Ministry of Communications & Works,
Grenada.
2nd November, 1959.




NOTICE.

Tenders For Sale Of Ice Produced
At the Factory.

EA LED Tenders are invited for the purchase of
ice from the Government Ice Factory for sale
in each of the six parishes of Grenada during the
year 1960 on the following terms and conditions:-
(i) Purchase price-76e. per look of not less
than 105 Ibs.
(ii) Retail price-St. George's-lc. per lb.
Other parishes 2c; pet lb.


(iii) Depots-The contractor for St. George's
will be required to establish storage and
resale depots at the Qarenage, the Market
Square and Lucas Street. The respective
contractor for each of the other parishes
will be required to maintain at least one
depot in the main town of the parish.
(iv) Sectrity-Each contractor will be required
to sign a bond with the Financial Sezretary
in the sum of $3,500 and the contract will
not be binding until the hn'd is executed.
A person may tender for one parish only or for
any number of parishes.
Tenders should be addressed to the Chairnnah
of the Tenders Board, St. George's, marked
" Tenders for sale of Ice and should reach him
not later than 12 noon on 28th November, 1959.

Ministry of Communications & Works,
Grenada.
2nd November, 1959.


NOTICE.

Tenders, Carriacou Mail And
Passenger Service.

SEALED tenders are invited for the conveyance
of mails, passengers and cargo weekly between
Grenada and Carriacou by auxiliary vessel for the
period 1st January to 31st December, 1960 in
accordance with the schedule given hereunder.
2. The vessels to be use for the service must
not be less than 40 tons and must be equipped
with adequate eating accommodation and sanitary
facilities for not less thri, thirty (30) passengers,
and witl, life boitts for passengers and crew.
3. A41 personnel travellihg on official bu iness,
antd plant marteiiai, livestock, etc. transported on
behalf of Gove-nment will be conveyed free of
chai.ge. Suitable spAce inmun also be reserved be-
low deck for the caLri,.ge of ice shipped to
Carriacou by the Government's ice contractor,
such ice to be transported tree of charge up to a
maximum of 11 tons.
4. Tenders should be submitted to the Chair-
man, Tenders Briard marked Tenders for the con-
veyance of mails, passengers and cargo between
Grenada and Carriacou ", by noon on 28th Novem-
ber, 1959.
5. Government does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.

SCHEDULE.
Service A. Leave, Grenada for Carriacou each
Saturday at noon, returning each
Monday at noon, with a trip from
Carriacou to Union Island every
fortnight.
Service B, Leave, Grenada on Wednesday for
Carriacou returning on Thursday.
Persons may tender for one or both
of the two services.

Ministry of Communications & Works,
GrOnsda.
2nd Novemabefr, 1959.


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456 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 7, 1959.-(No. 63.)


Tenders for Supplies to Government Institutions for the Year, 1960.


SEALED TENDERS will be received at the office of the Financial Secretary until 12 o'clock noon
on 28th November, 1959, for the supply during the year 1960 of such quantities of the under-
mentioned articles as may be daily or otherwise required for the use of the several Government
Departments and Institutions in the Town and Parish of St. George, St. Andrew and Carriacou. Tenders
should be addressed to the Chairman, Tenders Board, St. George's, and should be marked "Tenders
for Supplies to Government Institutions."


ST. GEORGE'S.

Head A.-Meat, Fish etc.

Beef, fresh without bone ...
do with bone ...
Pork, fresh ...
Fowl...
Fish, fresh (a)....


Eggs
Milk
per pound
do


do
do
do


Head B--Dairy Produce.

......... per dozen
......... per bottle

Head C.-Miscellaneous.


SCharcoal
Firewood


... per barrel
... per cord


Head B.-Dairy Produce.


Milk, fresh


... per bottle


Head C.-Miscellaneous.


Charcoal:
For Colony Hospital ... i
For Richmond Hill Institutions ...
Firewood (heavy only) :
For Colony Hospital ... I
For Richmond Hill Institutions ...


ST. ANDREW'S HOSPITAL.

Head A.-Meat, Fish, etc.


Milk, fresh
Beef, salt
Fish, fresh (a)
Fish, salt ...
Fowl ...
Pork, fresh ...
Pork, salt ...


5er harrel


THE BELAIR HOSPITAL, CARRIACOU.

Heal A.-Meat, Fish, etc.


Beef, fresh without bone
do do with do
Beef, fresh (a)
Fowl ...
Pork, fresh ...


... per pound
... do
... do
... do
... do


Head B.-Miscellaneous.


)er cord
do Charcoal
Firewood



Eggs
Milk


per reputed qt. Head
... per pound
... do Plantains ...
... do Pumpkins ...
... do Potatoes, sweet
... do Tannias ..
... do Yams


... per barrel
..... per cord

Id C.-Dairy Produce.

...... per dozen
..... per bottle

D.- Ground Provision.
... per pound
...... do
...... do
...... do
... do


Forms of tender may be obtained on application to the Ministry of Social Services.

Ministry of Social Services,
St. George's,
23rd September, 1959.
SS 694.


INTERMENT OF PAUPERS.

SEALED Tenders will be received for burial of
paupers in each district daring the year 1960
as follows :--
Town and Parish of St. George (including
pauper inmates of several Government In-
stitutions).
Town of Grenville and Parish of St. Andrew
(including pauper inmates of the Princess
Alice Hospital).
Town of Sauteurs and Parish of St. Patrick.
Town of Gouyave and Parish of St. John.
Town of Victoria and Parish of St. Mark.


Parish of St. David and
The Dependency of Carriacou.
Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman,
Tenders Board, St. George's, marked Tender for
burial of paupers" by 12 o'clock noon on Saturday
28th November, 1959.
Forms of tender may be obtained on application
to the Ministry of Social Services.


Ministry of Social Services,
St. George's.
23rd September, 1959.
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 7, 1959-(No. 63.)


NOTICE.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.

APPLICATIONS are invited for (a) Lecturer or
(b) Assistant Lecturer in English with special
.qualifications in English Language.
The salary scales are:
(a) 1,150 x 50-1,450 x 75-1,900;
(/,) 950 x 50-1,050.
Entry point to 1b determined by qualifications
-and experience. Child allowance is paid. Super-
annuation under F.'.S.U. arrangements. Unfur-
nished accommodation at rent ,o basic salary.
Passages for up to .5 persons on appointment;
normal termination and study leave (once every
three years). Duties to be assumed as early as
possible.
Detailed applications (6 copies) naming 3 referees
by 21st Norember. 1959, to Secretary, Inter-
University Council for Higher Education Overseas,
29 Woburn Square, London, W.C.1, from whom
1ifrther particulars may be obtained.


NOTICE.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES.

Admission of Undergraduates in
October 1960.

1. APPLICATIONS are invited for ndmissioni
to the University College cf the West Indies in
October 1960.
2. A number of Open Scholarships, Government
Exhibitions and other awards will he offered in
1960. as a result of the University College Scholar-
ship Examination which will be hold in each
territory from 29th February to 5th March, I960.
The entry fee to the Scholarship Examinatio is
1. 0. 0. Some candidates for entrance only may
also be asked to write some papers in the Scholar-
.ship Examination.
3. Candidates may qualify for normal minimum
entrance requirements with :
A. Passes in five subjects at the G.C.E. of
which ;t least two must be pissed at Ad-
vanced Level.
OR
B. Passes in four subjects at the G.C.E. of
whicli at least three must be passed at
Advanced Level.
Normally a credit at the Cambridge Schcol
Certificate is equivalent to an Ordinary Level pass
G.C.E. and a pass at Principal Standard H.S.C. is
equivalent to a pass at Advanced Level G.C.E.
4. Candidates with five passes at Credit Stan-
dard or five '0' Level sulhjccs (.C.E. including
Enlish Language, Mathematics and a foreign
language may he considered for entry to the
Faculty of Medicine or to the Preliminary Course
in science.
5. Students wishing to read for an Arts Degree
should have included in their qualification either
English and at least one foreign language at the
Ordinary or Advanced G.C.E. Level, or two foreign
languages including Latin or Greek.
6. Application forms and further details about
Scholarships and Exhibitions available with a


summary of Entry Requirements may be obtained
from the Registrar, U.C.W.I. or the Education
Officer, Education Department, St. George's.
7. Further details about Courses and Regula-
tions of the College may be found in the Pamphlet
of Information which will be available in November
from the Registrar, U.C.W.I. or the Education.
Officer, Education Department, St. George's.
8. The closing date for applications is January
7th, 1960. Applications should be made to the
Registrar, U.C.W.I.
9. Please note that in the Scholarship Exam-
ination 1960 each candidate will be required to
write a General Paper and any two of the following
subjects irrespective of the Faculty for which he is
applying :


Botany Greek
Biology History
Chemistry Latin
Economics Mathematics
English (' applied)
French Mathematics
(Pure)


Mathematics
(Pure and
Applied)
Physics
Spanish
Zoology


provided however that :-
(1) Biology is not taken with Botany or
Zoology
(2) Pure i Applied Mathematics is not taken
with Pure Mathematics or Applied
Mathematics.


VACANCY LIBRARIAN.

SPPL:CATIONS are invited for tih post of
A. Librarian cf tie Caiilbean Commission's
Library.
Applicants should be in possession of a Univer-
sity Degree in librarianship, or its equivalent.
They should have had many years of practical
experience in all aspects of library work and should
he qualified to carry out res-arch for the Conmmis-
sion or the Governments it serves.
The Librarian is the editor of Current Cariihbean
Bib,'ioiyrphyl an annual publication contaiining
bibliographical entries on all Caribbean imprints.
The Librarian is assisted by a Library Assistant
and two clerks.
It is expected that the applicant selected will be
between the ages of 30 and 45 years.
The salary offered will be within the salary
range of $4,800 to $6,000 U.S. currency a year
payable in the currency of the country in which
the headquarters is situated. The level fixed will
depend upon tie candidate's qualifications and
experience.
The Commission offers attractive allowances and
leave con-ltions.
Applicants must be prepared to serve in Trinidad
during the early part of 1960 and thereafter in
Puerto hico.
A thorough knowledge of English is essential.
Applicants with a knowledge of French, ipanish
Dutch will be given preference.
Applications, including a small photograph,
should be submitted to the Secretary General of
the Caribbean Commission at Kent House, Port
of Spain, Trinidad, W.I., to reach him not later
than December 1, 1959.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 7, 1959.-(No 63.)


NOTICE.

STUDENTS wishing to enter United Kingdom
Universities for the 1960/61 session are hereby
notified that the final closing dates for submitting
applications are:
English and Welsh
Universities ... 31st Deodmber, 1959 or
31st January, 1960.


Queen's University
of Belfast


... 31st March, 1960.


Scottish Universities... 31st May, 1960.
The Universities have warned that it is unlikely
that applications received after closing date will be
considered. Local students seeking admission
should therefore apply at least one month before
the closing date in all cases.
Application should be made through the Education
Officer and not direct to the University.

A. A. La GRENADE,
Acting Education Ofqicer.


VACANCY NOTICE.

Vacancy for Director of Marketing,
British Guiana.

APPOINTMENT on contract for three years
with salary at the rate of $8,640 (fixed) per
annum plus gratuity of 22%. Candidates should
have good administrative ability and experience in
commerce or industry. Degree in Economics or
Commerce, or legal or accountancy qualifications
desirable but not essential.
2. Information as to duties of post and condi-
tions of service obtainable on request from the
Establishment Officer, Government Office, Grenada.
3. Applications giving personal data and
accompanied by two recent testimonials (not
applicable to Public Officers) should be delivered
to the Secretary, Public Service Commission, Post
Office Building, Georgetown, British Guiana, not
later thau 1st December, 1959.
27th October, 1959.


NOTICE.

Vacant post of Surveyor, Department of Highways
and Transport, Barbados.

APPLICATIONS are invited from qualified land
surveyors for appointment to the above post.
The post is pensionable with salary in the scale
$3,528x144-4,392 (Q.B.) 4,56Cx192-5,520x240
-6,240 per annum plus a temporary non-pension-
able cost of living allowance of $108 per annum.
Salary is subject to deduction of 4% per annum
under the Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme.


Appointment is subject to medical fitness and two
years' probation. A loan is obtainable towards the
purchase of a motor vehicle and travelling allow-
ance is payable in accordance with local rates.
Passages for officer and family are payable on
first appointment up to a limit of $1,920. Leave
passages for officer and wife are payable every 3
years.
Applications stating ago, qualifications and ex-
perience, and accompanied by two recent testi-
monials should be addressed to the Chief Secretary,
Government Headquarters, Bay Street, St. Michael,
to reach him not later than l2st NovembFlr, 1959.


NOTICE.

VACANCY IN THE FEDERAL SERVICE-

Chief Technical Officer, Works.

PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment in
the Federal Public Secvice to the post of Chief
Technical Officer (Works) in the Ministry of
Communications & Works at a fixed salary of
,12,000 (2500) per annum. The appointment
will be on contract for two years in the first
instance.
Duties: The duties of the Chief Technical
Officer (Works) will be both executive and advisory
and will entail in the first instance one year's
residence in one of the territories in the Windward or
Leeward Islands (probably St. Lucia) for the purpose
both of assisting their Governments with specific
engineering problems in their development plans
and of investigating the needs in these islands for
additional specialist engineering skills which the-
Federal Government proposes to provide by a pool
of technicians.
'1 he officer will also act as adviser to the Federal
Gov rrmnent in all engineering matters including
the promotion of research, standardization, codes of
practice etc.
Qualifications : Candidates, who must not be
less than 40 years of age, must be corporate members
of the Institute of Civil Engineers (or with equi-
valent qualifications) with a minimum of ten years'
practice or employment in positions of responsi-
bility, with wide and varied experience in the
organization and execution of works programmes in
tropical country ies, Municipal or (overnmental ex-
perience and knowledge of tropical conditions will
be taken into consideration.
General Conditions of Service: A statement
of the conditions of service applicable to the above
post will be made available on application to the
Government Office, Grenada, W.I.
Applicants should furnish evidence of their age
and qualifications, a recent testimonial and give
names of two referees. Applications should be
sent to the Federal Secretary, Federal House ",
Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I., to reach him not
later than 30th November, 1959.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTR, NOVEMBER 7, 196..m-0o 6a. 45

FACILITIES FOR TITLE ORDINANCE.

FORM F.
Noiee e 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 on 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.

Peter John,
Union,
St. Mark's






Christiana John,
Union,
St. Mark's




Louisa Cato,
Mt. Craven,
SSt. Patrick's




Sydney Julien,
Chantimelle,
St. Patrick's


Date of
Application

20. 10. 59.







20. 10. 59.






21. 10. 59.






23. 10. 59.


Description of Land.


A lot of land containing six (6) acres
situate at Stanton Grove, St. Patrick's,
bounded:
North by lands of T. M. Bolah & F. B.
Alexander.
East by lands of Christopher Ramjohn
South by lands of Lena Wildman
West by lands of Albert Rampersad &
David Bolah.
A lot of land containing one (1) acre
situate at Diego Piece, St. Mark's,
bounded:
North by lands of Evans Edwin
East by lands of John Lalsee
South by Public Bye-way
West by lands of Mary Bell.
A lot of land containing one acre one rood
and twelve poles (lac. Ird. 12pls) situate
at MIt. Craven, St. Patrick's, bounded:
North by lands of Leon Nelson
East by the Mt. Craven Public Road
South by a Public Bye Road
West by lands of Licodemus Phillip.
A lot of land containing half t) acre
situate at Mt. Craven, St. Patrick's,
bounded:
North by lands of Charlie Ross
East by lands of Neville B.arthoiomew
South by lands of lHelen John
West by lands of Ann Paul & Henry
Baptiste.


Time and Date
of Inspection

9.00 a.m. on the
17th November, 1959.






9.00 a.m. on the
18th November, 1959.





9.00 a.m. on the
19th November, 1959.





9.00 a.m. on the
19th November, 1959.











460 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 7, 1959.-(No. 63.)

NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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

GRADES Advances


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


25

38

12

$1.20

60

30


Cents prlb.

do. ,

do.

do.

Cents.

do. ,,


R. 8. RENWICK,
Secretary,


Date fixed: 8th December 1958


GRENADA.

PRINTED BY THE GOVBRNMBNT PRINTER, AT TIU GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFICFVI,
Tr. GEOROGi'S,
1959.





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