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Publication Date: March 26, 1960
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GRhNNA DA



Government Gazette.


atblishaed I athoriti.


SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960. iNo. 22.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES



APPOINTMENTS
No. 103.
IT is hereby notified for general information that
Government has appointed a Committee to
examine the question of what areas of land in the
territory of Grenada could be specifically reserved
for agricultural purposes and what lmnds could be
rele-ised for other purposes, and to make recomrmen-
dations.
The personnel of the Committee is as follows:-
The Superintendent of Agriculture, Chairnman .
The Superintendent of Forestry and Lands .
The Director of Public Works or his nominee.
Mr. K. L. Mancini, representing the Girecada
Agriculturists' Union, with Mr. W. A.
Branch as an alternative representative.
Mr. G. B. James of St. David's representing the
Grenada Farmers' Club Council.
The Chairman of the Tourist Development
Board.
The Chairman of the Morne Rouge Development
Committee.
The Linds Officer, Member Secretary.
Ministry of Production & Labour,
24th March, 1960.

No. 104.
MR. PATRICK MACLEISH has been appointed as
SSuperintendent of Prisons, Grenada, with
effect from the 1st May, 1959.
P.F. 345.
18th March, 1960.

No. 105.
R. RoY A. FRANCIS has been appointed to the
All post ot District Dispenser with effect from
the 23rd January, 1960.
P.F. 831.
19th March, 1960.



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I No. 106.
M RS. ESMAI MC NEILLY, Class II Clerk, has
S been appointed as a Class I Clerk, Registry,
Supreme Court, and Court Stenographer with
effect from 1st April, 1960.
P. F. 730.
21st March, 1960.

No. 107.
.ITITH reference to Gazette notice No. 152 of
TV 12ch June, 1959, it is hereby notified that
the Exequatur empowering Senor DON H. V.
SALVATORI to act as Vice-Consul of Spain r.t
Port-of-Spain for Trinidad and Tobago, the Wind-
ward and Leeward Islands and British Guiana,
received Her M jesty's signature on the 12th
December, 1959.
M.P. 115 v.
tnd February, 1960.

No. 108.
MR. N. AUDALCIO has been appointed on
secondment from the Colonial Development
Corpor-.tion to the post of. Chief. Engineer, with
effect from 21st March 1960.
c. 370.
21st Mlarch, 1960.

PRE-RETIREMENT LEAVE
No. 109.
1IR. H. W. 1). ScOT r, Chief Engineer, Electricity
Department, has been granted 180 days'
vacation leave with effect from 21st March, 1960,
prior to retirement.
t. F. 706.
21st March, 1960.

VACATION LEAVE
No. 110.
[ISS PATRICIA JOSEPH, Class II Clerk, Audit
il Department, has been granted 144 days'
vacation leave with effect from 21st March, 1960.
P.F. 831.
21st March, 1960.


VoL. 78.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.-(No. 22.)


No. 111.
MR. W. P. BROWN, Engineering Assistant,
Public Works Department, has been granted
leave as stated hereunder, with effect from 10th
August, 1959 :-
266 days' vacation leave on full pay.
360 days' on half-pay, to be followed by leave
without pay.
P.F. 1149.
21st March, 1560.

No. 112.
MR. UNTO ERIK PIETILAINEN, Attach at the
Finnish Embassy in London as Vice-Consul
witn jurisdiction over the United Kingdom and
overseas territories, has been accorded formal
recognition by this Government in his consular
capacity.
M.P. No. 115v
8th March, 1960.

RESUMPTION
No. 113.
W I H reference to Gazette Notice No. 335 of
the 26th November, 1959, Mr. CARLOS
RODERIQUeS, Assistant mechanic, Public Works
Department, has resumed duty with effect from
5th March, 1960.
P.F. 686.
21st March, 1960.

No. 114.
THE following documents are circulated with and
form part of this Gazette: -
S.R. & 0. No. 12.-The Supplies (Control)
(Prices) Amendment) Regulations, 1960.
S.1L & O. No. 13-The Currency Proclamation
1960.

By Command,

LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Assistant Secretary to Government.

Administrator's Office,
25th March, 1960.


DEPA RTMENTAL NOTICES


CUSTOMS

T HE undermentioned Articles siezed for a breach
S of the Customs Ordinance will be offered for
sale by Public Auction at the Baggage Shed
St. George's on the 28th April, 1960, at 10.30 a.m'
31 Bottles Royal Reserve Rum.
14 ,, Mt. Gay Eclipse ,,
12 2 ,, ,,

R. W. MITCHELL,
Acting Collector of Customs.
25th March, 1960.


NOTICE

LL persons liable for Income Tax arc hereby
reminded that I hursday the 31st instant is
the last day for sending in their Income Tax
Returns.

AD .. MB. CROW\VELL,
Comptroller, Inland Ievenue.

23rd March, 1960.


NOTi1 E

TNDER the Electricity Supply (Consumers)
S(Amendment) Regulations, 1960, Consumers'
houses will be visited by Meter Readers of the
Electricity )Department to measure the houses for


electrical assessments.
The Public are asked
employees in order that
be made.


to co-operate with these
accurate assessment can


1. W. D. SCOT',
Chief E&, ,, ..


Electricity Department,
St. George's,
10i March, 1960.



NOTICE

T HE Public is hereby notified that Members of
S the Electricity Department Staff will call
at the homes of domestic consumers for the re-
moval of one meter where two have formerly been
installed. Under S.R. & 0. No. 9 of 1960 only
one meter is required for a Domestic Consumer.


N. V. ANDALCIO,
Chief Engineer.


Electricity Department,


St. George's,
25th March, 1960.


NOTICE

UNMANIFESTED PACKAGES- BAGGAGE SHED



M ASTERS of Intercolonial sailing craft and
srn sll motor vessels and owners of packages
which are rnt entered on the ship's manifest are
hereby notified that, all unmanifested packages
will he landed from ships and placed in the Baggage
Shed at the risk of the owners and Masters of the
vessels. Government will not accept any respon-
sibility for the safety of these parcels unless they
are manifested.

R. W, MITCHELL,
Acting Collector of ( customs.


102













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE,

POLICE NOTICE

BY virtue of the powers vested: in me under
Section 79 of the Mi)tr Vehicles and Ral I
Trallic Ordinanc3 No. 2 of 1.38, I hereby authorise
the erection of Traffic Sig is at cart tin p')ints in
the town of St. Geo get's.
The following are the description of sigaes and
their locations.

STOP SIGNS

Stop Signs :-Mounted on black and white
p-its, in a circular board with letters printed in
white, on a re 1 bick4.rou id and are also dented by
white lines or studs p.tinted or plitced on the
surface of the road and are lo Ltted as mnnbioned
hereunder :

1. On Hughes Street, at its junction with the
Oarenaog Roadwayy.
2. On Young street at its. junction with the
Carenage Roadway.
3. On MILtthtw Street, at its junction with
Monckton Street.
4. On Monckton Street, at its junction with
Young Street.
5- On Young St., near the gap le hiding into the
oclal \Velfare Ollice.
6. On the Grand Etang Road, near t mi Manse.
7. On Church Street, near BiA-clays Bank.
8. On Cross Street, at i-s junction with Melville
Street.
9. On Halifax Street, at its junction with Gore
and (ross Streets.
10. On Grenville Street, at its junction with
upper Granby Street.
11. On Grenville Street, at its juiicimn with
Constitution Hill.
12. At Eastern end of Sendal Tunnel.
13. At Western end of Sendal Tunnel.
14. On Hillsborough Street, at its junction with
Melville Street.
15. On St. John's Street, at its junction with
Melville Street.
16. On Halifax Street, at its junction with St.
John's Street.
17. Two (2) on Grenville Street, at its junction
with St. John's Street.
18. On St. Jullies Street, at its junction with
Grenville Street.
19. On Maloney Street, at its junction with
Melville Street.
20. On Church Street, at its junction with
Lucas Street.
21. On Lucas' Street, near its junction with
Scott Street.
22, On Scott Street, at its junction with Tyrrel
Street.
23. On Tyrrel Street, near its junction with
Green street.
24. On Old Fort Read, at its junction with
Lucas Street.
25. On Woolwich Road, at its junction with
Lucas Street.
26. On Lowthers Lane, at its junction with
upper Lucas Street.
27. On Mt. Weldale Road, at its junction with
Lucas Street.
28. On Government House upper Road, at its
junction with Lucas Street.


MARCH 26, 1960.-(No. 22.)


103


NO ENTRY SIGNS

No Entry Signs:-Mounted on black and
white posts, in a circular bo rd vith le;t r. in
black on a white background, b-jrdered at top and
bottom with red.
Tiead sigrs are located as mentioned hereunder :
1. O0 Young Street, at its juncliou with
Carenage 1Roadway.
2. On Matthew Street, at its junction with
Monckton Street.
3. On Monckton Stre4e, at its junction with
Young Strees.
4. On Scott St. at its junction with Tyrrel
Street.
5. On Church Street, neor its junlci.i, with
Halifax and Young street,.
6. Oni Ha;li'fax Street, at its junction with Gore
and Cross Streets.
7. On Cross Street, at its junction with Mel-
ville Street.
8. On Granhy Street, at its junction with
Halifax Street.
9. 0 Constitacion Hill, at its junction with
Grenville Street.
10. On Lover Grunvill', Street ;t its junction
with Granby Street.
11. On H in. ...... *' Street, at its junction with
the Market Square leading up to Grenville
Street.
12. On Hillsborough Street, at its junction with
Melville Street.
13. On S:. John's Street, at its junction with
Mevil'e Street.
11. On Hillsborough Street, at its j.unc!ion with
lla:ifax Street, leading up to Grenville
Street.
15. On Halifax Street, at its juncition with St.
John's Street.

SLOW SIGNS

Slow Signs -Mounted on iback an I white
posts in a circul r bo wd paintel in red lott rs on
a white ground, and are located as mentioned
hereunder:
1. On Tyrcol Street. near its junction with
Iurnes Point Road.
2. On Hughes Street, near its junction with
Tyrrel Street.
3. On Tyrrel Straet, near its junction with
Hughes Street.
4. On L ,wther's Lane, near the Road leading to
Hyde Park.
5. On L ucss Street, near its junction with
Tempe Road.
6. On Lucas Street, near its junction with
Scott Street.

NO PARKING SIGNS

No Parking Signs .-- ounted on black and
white posts, in a circular bhard pointed in white
letters on a blue background, and are located as
mentioned:
1. On Carenage Roadway, sixty (60) feet from
its junction with Hughes Street in the
direction of General Traders.
2. On Mouckton Street, between Matthew Street
and the Eastern end of Sendal Tunnel.
3. On Youn, Street, opposite the Co-operative
Office.












104 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.-(No. 22.)


4. On Sc)tt Street, opposite the Nutmeg Associa-
tion Office.
5. On Iruce Street.
6. On Melville Street, at the bend near Govern-
ment Dispensary.

WAITING LIMITED SIGNS

Waiting Limited Signs :-Mounted on black
and white posts, in a circular board, painted in
white letters on a blue background, and are located.
as mentioned hereuhder:
1. On Halifax Street, between St. John's Street
and Hillsborough Street.
2. On Halifax Street, between IHillsborough
Street, and Granby Street.
3. On Halifax Street, between Granby Street
and Gore arid Cross Streets.
4. On Granby Street, between Melville and
Halifax Streets.
5. Or. Young Street, between Monckton and
Carenage oead a .
6. On Care. age Hoadway between I ughes Street
and Empire Theatre.
The motoring. public is hereby warned that
these signs are placed to indicate the manner or
direction in which any vehicle shall be driven on
iny road and the position on such road that any
Vehicle shall occupy when driven or being packed
and when approaching corners or crossing street
junctions.
J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Iolice.
Office of the Chief of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
17th March, 1960.


REGISTRATION NOTICE

~lHE Grerada Farmers' Club Council Limited
. has been registered as a Co-operative Society
under the provisions of the Co-operative Societies
Ordinance No. 15 of 1955.

C. A. MARTINEAU,
Registrar of Co-operatives.
M.P. 978 A VOL. VI.
19th March, 1960.


NOTICE

APPLTCATIONS are hereby invited for the post
of Caretaker, Grand Etang Rest House, with
sdalry in the scale $633.6.0 by $43.20 to $892.80
together with free quarters.
2. The successful candidate will be required to
reside at the quarters provided, and to employ a
Housemail, towards whose salary provision for a
contribution of $9.00 monthly is made.
3. Duties : To be responsible for the care and
control of the buildings.
Provide for those members of the public autho-
rised to use the Sanatorium.
To cater for the public, provided that due notice
is given by parties numbering more than
two persons.


To keep stock of whiskey, rtiin beer and sweet
drinks to be sold according to tariff.
To carry out the provisions of Rules for Manage-
ment of the Graed Etang Sanatorium (See
Page 48 Vol. III of Laws).
To agree to azil confJrim with any additional
Hules and Regulations that may front time
to time be enforced for the proper manage-
ment of the Sanatorium.
Caretaker not to lease the premises without the
approval cf the Direcwor of Public Works.
4. Preference will be given to a married person
whose consort is willing to reside at the quarters.
5. All applications must reach the Secretary to
Government by Satu day, 30th Apr il, 1960.

Administrator's Office,
Grenada.
5th Mirch, 196C.


UNDER THE TAXES MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE
CAP. 211

NOTICE is hereby given that special sessions for
the hearing of appeals against the. Land and
House Tax Assessment Rolls, 1960, will be held by
the Magistrate of the Eastern District on the dates
and places mentioned below.
Any person affected by any assessment and
dissatisfied with same, must give notice in writing
to the Magistrate not less. than ten days before the
said session, of his intention to object the same.
St. D:ivid's Magistrate's Court -11th April,
1960.
Grenville Magistrate's Court-l1th April, 1960.

RUPERT JOHN,
Magistrate, Eastern District.

Magistrate's Office,
Grenville.
22nd March, 1960.


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE

Under the Taxes Management Ordinance
NOTICE is hereby given that the Magistrate of
the Southern District will hold a special
session at the Magistrate's Court House, Town of
St. George's. on Tuesday, 12th April, 1960, at 9.30
o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of hearing
objections to, and appeals from, the assessment
made by the Tax Officer under the undermention-d
Ordinance and for the purpose of settling any
amendments which may be deemed necessary.
Any person affected by any assessment and dis-
satisfied with the same must give notice in writing
to the Magistrate not less than ten days before the
said session of his intention to object to the same


J. J. COPL ND,
Itagistrate, Southern District.
Magistrate's Office,
St. George's,
12th March, 1960.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.-(No. 22.)


NOTICE

The following list of Enumerators for the Census to be taken on 7th April next, and of the Areas
assigned to them respectively, is published for general information in this issue of the Gazette.


11th March, 1960.


Enumerators

1. STELLA MAYERS






2. DEIGHTON SYLVESTER










3. SELWYN Ross





4. GEORGE SOLOMON






5. R. O. PALMER








6. ARNOTT AIRD








7. M. VIECHWEG


A. L. DOPWELL,
Census Officer.


TOWN OF ST. GEORGE


Enumeration Areas

From the Green Bridge, commonly known as "Queen's Park
Bridge", proceed from the Northern boundary of the Town and
enumerate all buildings on both sides of River Road after
Cemetery Gate, not including Queen's Park, up to the first Alley
after the Telephone Booth, on the curve of the road; turn right
on the Alley and proceed up the alley enumerating all buildings
on the right but not including Old Fort Buildings.
From Miss Ada McKenzie's house on the left of Observatory
proceed in an easterly direction along the Sans Souci Road, and
at a point North of Sans Souci House turn right and proceed
under the Government House ridge and buildings thereon, and
under Mrs. Belizaire's house to the junction of the Tempe Byeway
with the St. David's main road, enumerating all buildings on left;
turn left and continue down the Tempe Byeway to its junction
with River Road; continue left and west down the River Road
enumerating all houses on left until the alley next to the telephone
booth is reached; continue up that alley enumerating all build-
ings on left as far up the hill as Miss Ada McKenzie's house.
From the Old Vicariate proceed down Church Street to its
junction with Lucas Street; turn left into Lucas Street and pro-
ceed up to the junction with the Tempe Byeway and St. David's
Main Road enumerating all buildings on left, including Mrs.
Belizaire's house, Government House, Mt. Royal, Sans Souci
House, Observatory, and Old Fort Buildings.
From junction of St. Juille's Street with Melville Street, pro-
ceed up St. Juille's Street to its junction with Church Street (St.
Joseph's Convent School Gate); turn left and proceed up Church
Street through upper and middle Cemeteries down to its junction
with River Road; turn left and proceed into Melville Street
back to its junction with St. Juille's Street enumerating all
buildings on left.
From junction of St. John's Street with Melville Street pro-
ceed up St. John's Street to its junction with Church Street
(Registrar's Office); turn right and proceed down Church Street
to its junction with Constitution or Market Hill, turn right and
proceed down Constitution Hill along Granby Street to its
junction with Melville Street; turn right and proceed along
Melville Street back to its junction with St. John's Street,
enumerating all buildings on right, and including the Health
Centre on the left.
From junction of Granby and Melville Streets proceed along
Granby Street up Constitution or Market Hill to its junction with
Church Street (J. W. Fletcher's residence); turn right and pro-
ceed down Church Street and up past the Scot's Kirk and Fort
George House on right to the junction with foot path leading
down to Western entrance to Sendall Tunnel; proceed down
Bruce Street into Melville Street; proceed along Melville Street
back to its junction with Granby Street enumerating all
buildings on right.
.From junction of St. Juille's Street with Melville Street proceed
up St. Juille's Street to its junction with Church Street (St.
Joseph's Convent School Gate); turn right and proceed down
Church Street to its junction with St. John's Street (Registrar's
Office); turn right and proceed down St. John's Street to its
junction with Melville Street; turn right and proceed along
Melville Street back to its junction with St. Juille's Street
enumerating all buildings on right.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.--(No. 22.)


Enumerators

8. J. FLETCHER




9. JAMES LASHLEY








10. M. JEROME






11. G. BRATHWAITE




12. M. CLOUDEN







13. A. JOHNSON








14. F. M. SYLVESTER











15. ANTHONY HUGHES


Enumeration Areas

From junction of Woolwich Road with Lucas Street (Seventh
Day Adventists' Church) proceed up Lucas Street to its junction
with Lowther's Lane. Turn right into Woolwich Road and
continue turning light until Lucas Street is regainiu, eummeiating
all buildings on right.

Cooper's Hill from junction with Tyrrel Street to junction with
Woolwich Road, thence turning left Woolwich Road to junction
with Lucas Street to junction with Adams Alley; thence turning
left proceed down Adams Alley to junction with Green Street,
;thence turning right Green Street to its junction with Bain Alley;
thence turning left Bain Alley to junction with Tyrrel Street,
thence turning left along Tyrrel Street proceed to Cooper's
Hill (staitihg point). Enumerate all buildings on left.


From junction of Adam's Alley with Lucas Street proceed
down Lucas Street to its junction with Scott and Tyrrel Streets
(Spiller's shop); turn left and proceed down Tyrrel Street to its
junction with Green Street; proceed along Green Street to its
junction with Adam's Alley; turn left and proceed up Adam's
Alley back to its junction with Lucas Street enumerating all
buildings on left.

From junction of Bain Alley with Green Street proceed down
Bain Alley to its junction with Tyrrel Street; turn right and pro-
ceed along Tyrrel Street; turn right into Green Street and con-
tinue to junction with Bain Alley, enumerating all buildings
on right.

From junction of Tyrrel Street with Hughes Alley
proceed down Hughes Alley to its junction with Wharf
(Haynes); turn right and proceed along Wharf to its junction
with Tryne Alley (Hankey's); proceed up Tryne Alley to its
junction with Scott Street; turn right and proceed up Scott
Street to its junction with Tyrrel Street; proceed down Tyrrel
Street to its junction with Hughes Alley, enumerating all
buildings on right.

From junction of Hughes Alley with Tyrrel Street proceed
down Hughes Alley to its junction with Wharf Road; turn left
and proceed along Wharf Road and road leading from Wharf
to junction with Tyrrel Street. (Mr. Wilson's residence)
enumerating all buildings on left (except Fire Station) and in-
cluding Power Station and other buildings on right; turn left
and proceed along Tyrrel Street back to its junction with Hughes
Alley, enumerating all buildings on left.


From junction of Tryne Alley with the Wharf (Hankey's)
proceed along Wharf enumerating all buildings to Marine Villa;
proceed up road leading to Police Station to junction with Grand
Etang Road, thence to the junction with Young Street (St.
George's R. C. Senior School) enumerating all buildings on
right; turn right and proceed down Young Street to its junction
with Scott Street (St. George's Club); turn left and proceed up
Scott Street to its junction with Tryne Alley; turn right and
proceed down Tryne Alley back to its junction with Wharf
enumerating all buildings on right and all shipping within the
Port of St. George.


From junction of Young and Church Streets (Dr. Radix)
proceed up Church Street to its junction with Lucas Street
(Mission House) turn right and proceed down Lucas Street to
its junction with Scott Street (Y.W.C.A.) turn right and proceed
down Scott Street to its junction with Young Street
(W. E. Julien & Co.); turn right and proceed up Young Street
back to its junction with Church Street, enumerating all buildings
on right.


106











GOVERNM..INT GAZETTE, MARCH -20, 1961.--(No. 22.)


Enumerators

16. MRS C. A. MARTINEAU













'17. MATRON C. BENOIT



18. INSPECTOR ANSELM NE


Enumeration Areas


From junction of Lowther's Lane with Woolwich Road
proceed down Lowther's Lane, enumerating all buildings on
right up to the Botanic Gardens first gate; crossing the highway
(called the 'St. David's Lower Road), enumerate the Texaco
Service 'Station, all buildings on Spout Lands and Tanteen,
including residences of Headmaster and Assistant Masters of
G.B.S.S. and Matron, Boys Hostel. Turn right and proceed to
the Playing held, thence to Tyrrel Street, enumerating all
buildings on right, up to its junction with Cooper's Hill; turning
right proceed up Cooper's Hill to its junction with Woolwich
Road, enumerating all buildings on right including the Rock,
Villa Lands, and Tanteen Tenace, and continue up Woolwich
,Road to its junction with Lowther's Lane still enumerating all
buildings on right.


S The Hospital Block including the Nurses' Hostel, Medical
Superintendents' Quarters, Matron's and Assistant Matron's
Quarters, Steward and Dispenser's Quarters.

DD The Citadel and Fire Brigade Station.


THE PARISH OF ST. GEORGE


1. MRS. H. THOMAS







2. CECIL STEELE











3. MRS. I. FINDLAY









4. MRS. C. STEELE


From Town Boundary at the Botanic Gardens first gate
enumerate all buildings between the Belmont-Grand Anse
Highway and the Lagoon (including Hotel Santa Maria and the
residences of Messrs. Miller and Melville); leaving the highway
at the Hotel Gap and proceeding to the sea (Martin's Bay) in a
straight line, employing the Byeway south of the Santa Maria
Hotel enumerating all buildings on the right.


Starting from the sea (Martin's Bay) proceed to the Belmont-
'Grand Anse Highway (Santa Maria Gap) employing the Byeway
south of the Santa Maria Hotel. Turn right and proceed along
the Belmont- Grand Anse Highway enumerating all buildings on
right between the Highway and the sea. Continue along the
Highway up to its junction with the Morne Rouge Road on the
right, enumerating all buildings between the Morne Rouge
ridge (on the left) and the sea, including Mr. Cromwell's House,
Aquatic Club, Tree Tops, W.I.B.S., Seon's House, Quarantine
Station Buildings and the environs, but not including Leper
Settlement.


Starting from the junction of the Springs-Calivigny Highway
and the Belmont-Grand Anse Highway enumerate all buildings
within the areas bounded by the Belmont Path leading to
Diamond Club and the Woodlands Estate Path. Follow the
Belmont Path to Jean Anglaise and continue the foot path
turning left to connect with the Woodlands Estate Path enumera-
ting all the buildings on the left, including St. Valentine, Diamond
Club, George Joseph, Evans and others, Golf Club, and the
residences of Slinger, Pressey, Commissiong, Toppin and others.


Starting from the junction of the Belmont-Grand Anse High-
way and the Belmont Path leading to Diamond Club proceed
along the Belmont Path enumerating all buildings on the right,
continue to Jean Anglaise and take the foot path to connect with
the road north of Leo DeGale's house, continue along that road
to its junction with Golf Lands Road enumerating all buildings
on the right including Leo DeGale's house. Turn right at the
junction and proceed down Golf Lands road to its junction with
the Belmont-Grand Anse highway, turn right and proceed along
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Enumerators

5. SYDNEY LAWE












6. MISS NORMA STEPHENSON











7. ELLIOTT GIITENS

8. AUSTIN GITTENS











9. CYRIL DOMINIQUE











10. MARTIN CHARLES


Eunmeration Areas


Starting from the junction of Golf Lands road with the
Belmont-Grand Anse highway proceed straight up to and across
Golf Lands to connect with the Woodlands Estate Path, turn
right at its junction with the Springs-Cailvigny highway and
proceed along the highway enumerating all buildings on the right
until the Woodlands main road is reached. Turn right and
proceed in a southerly direction enumerating all buildings on
the right until Grand Anse Estate Road is reached. At the
junction of the Grand Anse Estate road and the Beimont-Grand
Anse highway turn right and proceed along the highway back to
starting point, junction with the Golf Lands road, enumerating
all buildings on the right. Also include Mt. Hartman Estate,
Grand Anse Estate buildings, and Lance Aux Epines.

From the Town Boundary at Botanic Gardens proceed up
Lowther's Lane enumerating all buildings on right; turn right at
the junction and continue along the main highway until Richmond
Hill gap (Parade) is reached; continue up that gap and enter the
Richmond Hill-Calivigny road through the "Arch" enumerating
all buildings on the right (not including the Prison and Mental
Institution and Staff Quarters) turn left and proceed along the
Richmond Hill-Morne Jaloux-Calivigny road to its junction with
the St. David's Lower Road, commonly called Springs-Calivigny,
enumerating all buildings on the right. Turn right and continue
along the Springs-Calivigny road back to starting point, the
Botanic Gardens gate, enumerating all buildings on right.

All Institutions at Richmond Hill, including H. M. Prisons
and Leper Settlement at Morne Rouge.

From Richmond Hill Gap (Parade) proceed along the St.
Paul's main road in the direction of St. Paul's until the Laborie
Gap is reached, enumerating all buildings on right and proceed
along the Laborie Road to the boundary at Hope Vale Fstate
enumerating all buildings on right of the Chemin River. Turn
right and enter the Springs-Calivigny Highway enumerating all
buildings on right. Continue until the Morne Jaloux Road
leading to Richmond Hill is reached. Proceed up that road
enumerating all buildings on right. Continue through the
"Arch" at Richmond Hill Mental Home back to starting point.
enumerating all buildings on right (not including Matron's and
Staff's Quarters, T. B. Sanitorium).

From the junction of the LaBorie gap with the St. David's
main road proceed along the said main road in the
direction of St. Paul's until the junction of the Hope Vale Road
with the said St. David's road is reached enumerating all buildings
on right. Proceed in a southerly direction down the Hope Vale
Road in the direction of Hope Vale Estate enumerating all
buildings on right including Mt. Airey district and Hope Vale
Estate. Turn right and proceed along the Hope Vale Estate
Road up to its junction with the LaBorie Road enumerating
all houses on the right. Turn right and proceed in a northerly
direction up the LaBorie Road tack to starting point, the
junction with the St. David's main road.

Proceed along the St. David's main road at its junction with
the Hope Vale Road in a north easterly direction until the
Chemin River or Parish Boundary is reached (Park Bridge),
enumerating all houses on the right, including the Police Station.
Thence proceed in a southerly direction along the said Chemin
River or Parish Boundary to the St. David's lower main road,
turn right and proceed along the said St. David's lower road
enumerating all buildings on right until the La Borie Road is
reached. Turn right and proceed in a northerly direction in the
direction of La Borie enumerating all buildings on right. Turn
right and proceed along the Hope Vale Estate Road until the
Hope Vale Road is reached enumerating all buildings on right
proceed in a northerly direction up to the Hope Vale Road
enumerating all buildings on right up to its junction with the
St. David's main road.


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Enumerators


11. KESTER CHARLES







12. JAMES MARRAST





13. CECIL BULLEN











14. FOSTER GITrrNS














15. DENZIL TOUSSAINT











16. RAYMOND ROBERTS


Enumeration Areas


From the sea proceed in a northerly.direction up the Lower
Woburn road up to its junction with the St. David's Lower Road,
turn right and proceed in a south-erterly direction ermerating
all buildings on: right along the said St. David's Lower Road until
the Parish Boundary or Chemin River is reached. Follow the
Chemin River to the sea to include all buildings between the
said Lower Road and the sea. To include Calivigny Island
etc., Bacchus' House, Deneke's House etc.

From the ridge east of D. M. B. Cromwell's house, proceeding
in a southerly direction to include Pt. Saline, Calliste,
Dr. Groome's, enumerate all buildings to include True Blue
Estate bounded by the Grand Anse Road on the left and the sea.
(No0 including Grand Anse Estates Ltd., Lance Aux Epines,
and Mt. Hartman).

Starting from the Town Boundary at the junction of the Tempe,
Byeway with the St. David's main road proceed along the Tempe
Byeway up to its junction with the Tempe-Radix Road
enumerating all buildings on the right. Proceed along the said
Tempe-Radix road in a easterly direction until the Mt. Parnassus
Road is reached. Turn right and proceed in a southerly
direction down the Mt. Parnassus Road until the St. David's
main road is reached at the Mt.Parnassus gap enumerating
all buildings on the right. Turn right and proceed along the
main road back towards St. George's until starting point-the
Town Boundary-is regained, enumerating all buildings onthe
riaht.

Starting from the junction with the Mt. Parnassus Road and
the St. David's main road proceed in a northerly direction along
the Mt. Parnassus road past the Tempe road in the direction of
St. George's estate and at the junction with the La Mode Road
turn right and proceed along a foot-path direct to Mt. Maitland
up to the Parish boundary or Chemin River. Proceed in a souther-
ly direction along the course of the Chemin River or Parish
boundary until the Mardi Gras Road is reached enumerating
all buildings on right. Turn right and proceed in a south-
westerly direction along the Mardi Gras Road in the direction of
St. Paul's up to its junction with the St. David's main road
enumerating all houses on the right. Continue along the St.
David's main road back to starting point at the Mt. Parnassus.
gap enumerating all buildings on the right.


Starting from the junction of the Mardi Gras Road with the
St. David's main road proceed along the Mardi Gras road in an
easterly direction enumerating all the buildings on the right until
the parish boundary or Chemin River is reached. Turn right
and proceed in a scutherly direction along the course of the
Chemin River up to a point where it crosses the St. David's main
road enurrerating all buildings on the right. Turn right and
proceed along the main road in the direction of St. George's past
the St. Paul's Police Station until the Mardi Gras junction with
the main road (starting point) is regained, enumerating all
buildings on the right.


Starting from the junction of the Mt. Parnassus-St. George's
road with the road to La Mode proceed in a northerly direction
in the direction of Snug Corner and turn right along the Boca
Road enumerating all buildings on right. Turn left and proceed
in a northerly direction until the Grand Etang Road is reached
enumerating all buildings on the right. Turn right and proceed
along the said Gr.-nd Etang Road until the parish boundary or
Chemin River is reached thence proceed in a southerly direction
along the Parish boundary in the direction of Mt. Maitland, turn
right and employ footpath proceeding in a westerly direction
to the junction of La Mode-Mt. Parnassus road enumerating all
buildings on the right, to include Bonne Accord Estate, Retreat
and Vendome and St. George's Estate.


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Enumerators


17. ANDREW JAMES










18. MICHAEL GRAINGER


Enumeration Areas


Starting from the junction of the Grand Etang road with the
St. George's-La Mode road proceed in a northeasterly direction
along the Grand Etang Road enumerating all buildings on right,
including Snug Corner, Constantine, Boca and La Mode up to
the j:h-tion with t'" RPtrct-Vendomfr Road. Turn right and
proceed in a southerly direction until the Boca-Radix road is
reached, proceed along the said road in a westerly direction then
south to connect with the St. George's-LaMode road enumerating
all buildings on the right. Proceed along the said St. George's-
La Mode road until the junction with the Grand Etang Road
(starting point) is reached, enumerating all buildings on the right.

Starting from the junction of the Grand Etang road with the
Tempe Road proceed along the Grand Etang Road with the
St. John's river on the left enumerating all buildings on the right
until the La Mode-St. George's road is reached enumerating all
buildings on right. Turn right and proceed along the said
La Mode-St. George's road to its junction with the Radix Road.
Turn right and proceed in a southerly direction on the Radix
Road enumerating all buildings on right until the junction with
the Tempe-Radix road is reached, turn right and proceed along
the Tempe road up to its junction with the Tempe Byeway,
enumerating all buildings on right. Proceed along the Tempe
road back to (starting point) where it joins the St. John's river.


19. FITZ-STEPHEN CRUICKSHANK All buildings within the area bounded on the east by the
St. Andrew's parish boundary, North by St. John, West and
Northwest by the Douce River and the Mt. D'Or and Richmond
second class roads also bounded on the West by the Granton-
Willis Road, South by the road leading to Annandale, also by
the Water Tank and the Grand Etang main road; to include
Annandale Estate and Willis.


20. CYRIL CAMBRIDGE












21. DENIS MITCHELL








22. HERMON GREAVES




23. ALISTER GREAVES


Starting from the junction of the Grand Etang Main road with
the Beausejour Estate-Suug Corner road proceed along the Grand
Etang main road in an easterly direction up to its junction with
the Annandale Estate road enumerating all buildings on the left.
Proceed along ihe Annandale Estate road in a northerly direction,
turn left into the road to Willis and Granton, but not including
Annandale Estate, enumerating all buildings on the left. Pro-
ceed in a north-westerly direction along the Willis-Granton road
up to its junction with the Snug Corner road enumerating all
buildings on left. Turn left and proceed in a south-westerly
direction up to its junction with the Beausejour-Snug Corner
road then proceeding in a southerly direction back to starting
point, the junction with the Grand Etang Main road, enumerat-
ing all buildings on the left.

At a point where the Snug-Corner -Beausejour Estate and
Willis roads meet proceed along the Beausejour Estate Road in a
northerly direction past Grenville Vale Estate up to Richmond.
Turn right and proceed along the Richmond road up to its
junction with the Granton Road enumerating all buildings on the
right, thence proceed in a southerly direction along the Granton
Road up to its junction with the Willis Road, turn right and
proceed in a southwesterly direction enumerating all buildings
on the right back to starting point at the Snug Corner junction.

Enumerate all buildings within the-area bounded on the west
by the sea, the Douce River on the north, the Mt. D'Or and
Richmond second class roads on the east, the Beausejour Estate
road on the south, to include all buildings between the sea and
the Beausejour Estate road.

Starting from an imaginary line drawn from the Everson
Road at Fontenoy to the sea, not including the Paul residence,
enumerate all buildings between the main highway and the sea
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.-(No. 22)


Enumerator.

24. NATHANIEL GREAVES













25. GLYN EDWARDS


26. FITZROY O'NEALE


1. A. WILLIAMS



2. S. FORSYTH










3. GEORGE TELESFORD




4. M. HAZZARD



5. C. CHARLES


Enumeration Areas

Starting from the junction of the main highway with the
Beausejour Estate road proceed in an easterly direction along the
Beausejour Estate road up to its junction with the Grenville Vale
Estate road enumeirting all buildings on right, thence in a
south-easterly direction up to the Snug Corner juiiction, th0ence
in a southerly direction up to the junction with the Grand Etang
main road enumerating all buildings on the right, then proceed
in a south-westerly direction to the Mt. Cuma road, thence in a
westerly direction to connect with the Belle Vue-Moliniere road
enumerating all buildings on right, then in a westerly direction to
connect with the foot path between Happy Hill and Moliniere up
to its junction with the Main Highway enumerating all buildings
on the right. Proceed along the main Highway in a northerly
direction up to starting point, i.e. junction with the Beausejour
Estate Road.
Enumerate all buildings between the main Highway on the
west and the Belle Vue-Fontenoy road on the North, East and
South, (Everson Road).
Starting from the Town Boundary i.e. Green Bridge, Queen's
Park, proceed in a northerly direction along the main highway
until the Everson-Belle Vue road is reached in Fontenoy enumera-
ting all buildings on both sides of the Main Highway. Thence
proceed in an easterly direction enumerating all buildings on the
right up to the junction with the Belle Vue-Mt. Cuma Road.
Thence continue in an easterly direction up to its junction with
the Grand Etang Road enumerating all buildings on right. Turn
right and proceed along the Grand Etang Road in a south-
westerly direction enumerating all buildings within the confines
of the St. John's River, the Parish Boundary. Continue to
starting point, Green Bridge.

PARISH OF SAINT DAVID

Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded on the west
by the Parish boundary (Chemin River) on the east by the St.
Louis and Epping Forest Rivers, north by the St. David's main
road and south by the sea.
Starting from the point where the St. David's main road
crosses the St. Louis and Epping Forest Rivers, proceed along
the said main road in a south-easterly direction, turning right at
the Bailles Bacolet Gap or Red Gate and proceeding in a south-
erly direction along the Westcrhall or Petit Baccaye Road (St.
David's Lower Road) enumerating all buildings on right. Con-
tinue right on the St. David's Lower road up to the point where
it crosses the St. Louis River, enumerating all buildings on right;
turn right and in a northerly direction, following the course of the
said St. Louis River, enumerating all buildings on right, up to the
point where the St. David's main road crosses the St. Louis or
Epping Forest River, or starting point.
Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded by the St.
Louis River on the West, by Marquis or LaSagesse River on the
east, by the sea on the south, north by the St. David's Lower
Road up to the Red Gate junction or Bailles Bacolet, and the
St. David's Main Road from its junction with the St. David's
Lower Road up to the Marquis or LaSagesse River.
Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded as follows :-
Chemin River or Parish Boundary on the west, St. Louis or
Epping Forest River on the east, St. David's Main road on the
south, and Forest Reserve or Parish Boundary on north.

From Forest Reserve or Parish Boundary proceed in a
southerly direction along the St. Louis or Epping Forest River,
enumerating all buildings on left until the St. David's main road
is reached. Turn left and continue along the Vincennes-Windsor
Forest Road, enumerating all buildings on left up to the point
where the road crosses the Debar River. Turn left at this point
and proceed in a northerly direction along the course of t he said
Dehar River enumerating all buildings o left until the Foresl
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Enumerators

6. N. JAMES









7. GARETH TELEST'ORD










8. M. REGIS






9. JEROME MUNRO










10. ANTHONY BERNARD






11. GEORGE FRANCIS





12. CORNELIUS BLAIR



13. HERBERT JORDON


Enumeration Areas

Starting from the Red Gate or Bailles Bacolet junction pro-
ceed in a northerly direction along the St. David's main road,
enumerating all buildings on the ripht. turn right into the Windscr
Forest-Vincennes Road, enumerating all buildings on right,
passing the Dehar River, proceed to the junction with La
Pastora road. Turn right and proceed in a southerly direction
down La Pastora Road until the St. David's main road is
reached, enumerating all buildings on right. Continue turning
right and proceed on the St. David's main road until Red Gate
or junction with the Westerhall road is regained.
At the junction of La Pastora Road with the St. David's
Main Road proceed in a northerly direction up the La Pastora
Road enumerating all buildings on right up to its junction with
the Windsor Forest-Vincennes Road. Turn right and proceed
along the Windsor Forest-Vincennes Road past the Syracuse
Road up to the Providence River (Little Marquis). Turn right
and proceed in a southerly direction along the course of the
Providence-Marquis River to the junction of the St. David's
Main Road. Turn right and proceed in a westerly direction
along the St. David's main road back to starting point or its
junction with the La Pastora road enumerating all the buildings
on the right.
From the Forest Reserve or Parish Boundary proceed south
along the course of the Dehar River up to the Windsor Forest-
Vincennes Road. Turn left and proceed along that road past the
Syracruse Road until the Little Marquis or Providence River is
reached. Turn left and proceed in a northerly direction along
the course of the Providence River into the Forest Reserve or
Parish Boundary enumerating all buildings on left.
Starting from the point where the St. David's main road
crosses the Little Marquis or Providence River proceed in a
northerly direction along the course of the said little Marquis or
Providence River up to the point where the Vincennes-Windsor
Forest Road crosses it, proceed along the Providence Road in an
easterly direction (and north-easterly) at its junction with the
Lower Holiday Hill Road, turn right and proceed along the said
Holiday Hill Road to the Coal junction with the St. David's
main road. Continue turning right on the St. David's main
road, still in a southerly direction down to its junction with the
Little Marquis or Providence River enumerating all buildings on
the right.
Proceed from the Coal junction at the southern end of the
Lower Holiday Hill Road in a northerly direction until the
Providence Road is reached turn right and proceed along the said
road over the Belle Vue Road. Turn right and proceed in a
southerly direction down the St. David's main road to the Coal
Junction or starting point-southern end of Lower Holiday
Hill Road.
Within the area bounded by Little Marquis or LaSagesse River
on the west, the sea on the south, the St. David's main road on
the west and north, up to the Great Requin or Belle Vue River
on the east, enumerating all buildings. Continue in a southerly
direction, to the sea, along the course of the said Requin or Belle
Vue River, enumerating all buildings on right.
Enumerate all buildings between the Great Requin River or
Belle Vue River on the west, the St. David's main road on the
north, Pomme Rose or La Tante River on the east and north-
east, and the sea on the south.
From the mouth of the Crochu River where it empties into the
Crochu Harbour proceed along the course of the Crochu River
in a westerly direction (and northerly) up to the point where
it is crosse by the St. David's main road in a south-westerly
direction up to the point where it crosses the lower La Tante or
Pomme Rose River. Turn left and proceed along the course of
the La Tante or Pomrme Rose river in an easterly direction to the
sea enumerating all the buildings on the left.


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Enumerators.


Enumeration Areas.


14. IRVIN BISHOP .. Starting from the Parish Boundary or Forest Reserve proceed
in a southerly direction along the Providence-Little Marquis
River up to the point where the Windsor Forest-Vincennes-
Providence Road crosses the said river, enumerating all build-
ings on left. Proceed in an easterly and north-easterly direction
along the said road over the Belle Vue Road. Turn left and
proceed in a northerly direction along the Apres Tout Road
until the Forest Reserve or Parish Boundary is reached,
enumerating all buildings on the left.

15. L. WHITEMAN .. Starting from the Parish Boundary or Forest Reserve proceed
in a southerly direction along the Apres Tout Road up to its
jina-tion with the St. David's main Road up to its junction with
the Pomme Rose Road. Turn left, enumerating all the buildings
on the left, and proceed in a northerly direction along the
Pomme Ross Road up to the Parish Boundary, enumerating
all buildings on the left.

16. DILLEROSA MAHON .. Starting from the Parish Boundary at its junction with the
Pomme Rose Road, proceed in a southerly direction down the
said Pomme Rose Road, turn left and proceed along the St.
David's main road to the Parish boundary. Turn left and pro-
ceed along the Parish Boundary in a northerly direction enumera-
rating all buildings on the left until starting point is regained.

THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW (NORTH)


1. O. JOHN









2. R. GIBBON


3. C. J. BRIGGS


4. C. JOHN


5. K. NEDD


6. D. CYRUS



7. A. SAMUEL





8. D. FRANCOIS

9. B. GRANT


Starting From Bamboo Bridge at junction with 1st Class Road
leading to Tivoli junction proceed up the Carriere Byeway
and along Carriere-St. John Road enumerating a 11
buildings on right. Turn right at junction with St. John's road
and proceed along St. John road to Parish Boundary or River
Antoine enumerating all buildings on right. Turn right and
proceed along the River Antoine or Parish boundary up to the
point where it crosses the road to Sauteurs enumerating all
buildings on right. Turn right and proceed along the Main
Road past the Tivoli junction back to Bamboo Bridge or starting
,o;.it enumerating all buildings on right.
Enumerate all buildings between the St. John's and Cumberland
Road on the east, the Grand Font-Paraclete road on the South
and the Parish Boundary of St. Patrick's and St. Mark's on the
North and West.
E.numerate all buildings between the Grand Font-Paraciete
Road on the north and the Sincerity road on the south and
sc.th-west, the Paraciete- Mt. Horne Read on the east and St.
Mark's Boundary on the north-west.
n. En ierate all buildings within the triavn. lar :r ea bounded by
the Parac!te-Boiog Road on the siut, 3he Providencia-
Diunf'un;!ine Road on the cast an Parai- ets-Cumberland on
the west.
Eui merate all buildings between the Bculonig-Pa:aclete Road
on the nor-th, the l., -. -LaFiitte Road oni the south. The
Dunifermlirc-Fardise Road on the cast, and Mt. Horne-
Paraclete Road on the west.
Enumerate all buildings with the area baunded o 0 the north
by the Carriere-St. John's Byeway, on the west by the St. John's-
Paraclete Road, on the south by the Hermon-Providenc:a-
Byeway and on the ea;t by the Main Road to Sauteurs from
Moyah Bridge to Bamboo Bridge.
Starting from the junction of the Hermon-Providencia Road
with the Dunfermline-Providencia Road proceed in a southerly
direction to Dunfermline Bridge at junction of Main Road to
Sauteurs. Continue along Main Road to Sauteurs in a northerly
direction until the Moyah Bridge is reached ; turn left from
Hermon-Providencia.Road and proceed until the junction or
starting point is regained, enumerating all buildings on left.
Enumerate all buildings bounded on the north by the River
Antoine or Parish Boundary, on the south by the La Poterie
Road and on the east by the sea.
Enumerate all buildings bounded on the north by the La
Poterie Road, on the south by Pearls-Moyah River, on the
east by the sea, and on the west by the Main Road to Sauteurs.


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Enumerators


10. J. PILGRIM


11. R. J. EDWARDS




12. THELMA CALLISTE






13. L. A. MEREIGH






14. J. WHITEMAN


15. THOMAS BEGGS



16. H. ARCHIBALD



17. W. ANDREWS







18. S. NOEL


19. RANDOLPH HENRY






20. NORBERT SHEARS


Enumeration Areas


Enumerate all buildings bounded by the Pearls-Moyah River
on the north, and Airport Road on the south, the sea on the
east and the Main Road on the west.
Starting from Dunfermline Bridge continue along the
Dunfermline-Paradise Road enumerating all buildings on left.
Continue to the sea including all buildings bounded on the north
by the Airport Road and the Main Road back to Dunfermline
Bridge.
At the junction of the Grand Bras-Mt. Horne Road with the
Paradise-La Fillette Road proceed in a southerly direction to the
Great River enumerating all buildings on left. Continue turn-
ing left and proceed in an easterly direction along the Great
River to Paradise Works enumerating all buildings on left.
Thence proceed in a westerly direction along the Paradise-
La Fillette Road back to starting point or junction still enumerat-
ing all buildings on left.
Starting at St. Cyr. Bridge proceed along the Great River up to
Grand Bras Bridge enumerating all buildings on left. Thence
proceed up the Grand Bras Road up to its junction with the
La Fillette-Mt. Horne Road enumerating all buildings on left.
Thence turn left and proceed in a southerly direction to
Mirabeau and continue along the Mirabeau Road back to St. Cyr
Bridge or starting point still enumerating all buildings on left.
Enumerate all buildings within the triangular area bounded by
the Mirabeau Road on the east, the Bylands Road on the west
and the Great River on the south.
Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded by the Parish
Boundary St. John's-St. Mark's on the west and north-west,
Sincerity Road on the north, St. Omer-Windsor Road on the
south, and Bylands-Mirabeau Road on the east.
Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded by the St.
St. John's Parish boundary on the west, the Morne Langue Road
on the south, the Great River on the east and the St. Omer-
Windsor Road on the north.
Proceed from the St. John's Parish boundary in an easterly
direction along the Morne Langue or Nianganfoix Road
to the Great River enumerating all buildings on the right.
Thence proceed in a southerly direction along the course of the
said Great River enumerating all buildings on the right until the
Grand Etang Road is reached. Thence proceed in a south-
westerly direction along the said Grand Etang Road to the St.
George's Parish boundary enumerating all buildings on right.
Starting from the point where the Grand Etang Main Road
crosses the Great River at Birchgrove enumerate all buildings
within the area bounded by the said Great River on the east, the
Grand Etang Main Road on the west, and the Forest Reserve
and St. David's Parish boundary on the south.


THE PARISH OF ST. ANDREW (SOUTH)


Starting from the Birchgrove Bridge on the Great River
proceed in a northerly direction to Castaigne Bridge enumerating
all buildings on right. Thence to Balthasar Bridge and continue
to the Preference Road junction enumerating all buildings on
right. Turn right and continue on Preference Road up to its
junction with the St. James-La Digue Road. Thence turn right
and proceed in a westerly direction along the St. James Road
back to Birchgrove Bridge or starting point.
Starting at the Preference Road junction on the Great River
proceed along the course of the River to L'Esterre Bridge
enumerating all buildings on right. Continue to Carlton
junction, thence turn right and proceed along the La Digue
Byeway enumerating all buildings on right up to its junction with
the Preference Road. Turn right and continue along the
Preference Road back to starting point on the Great River
enumerating all buildings on right.


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Enumerators

21. PATRICK VINCENT







22. LEO WALKER






23. A. P. JACQUES







24. STANLEY CYRUS





25. JAMES PATERSON


26. C. A. BAKER-PHILLIP








27. EGBERT CHARLES








28. NORTON SHEARS




29. C. LENNARD WELLS


Enumeration Areas

Starting at the L'Esterre Bridge on the Great River proceed
along the Great River to the Grand Bras Bridge enumerating all
buildings on right. Turn right and proceed along the Grand
Bras-Cardrona Road to the Salisbury Road enumerating all
buildings on right. Continuing along the Salisbury road up to
the junction with Gladstone Road still enumerating all buildings
on right, procei:l up the Grand Bras Road, past Carlton junction,
until L'Esterre Bridge is regained enumerating all buildings on
right.
Starting from Paradise Bridge on the Great River enumerate
all buildings to the sea on both sides of the Paradise Road
including Telescope Point. Continue turning right up to the
Town Boundary until the Canal Road is reached by Mr.
McLarence's house, then proceed by way of Cardrona-Grand
Bras Road up to the Grand Bras Bridge enumerating all buildings
on right. Turn right and proceed along the Great River up to
Paradise Bridge enumerating all buildings on right.
From junction of Albert Street, with Jubilee Street, proceed
to Victoria Street., enumerating all buildings on left, also buildings
between Victoria Street and sea. Continue into Canal Road
enurrerating all buildings on both sides of Road to the Town
Boundary. Turn left into Salisbu:y Road enumerating all
buildings on left, and proceed along the Salisbury Road to its
junction with Chapel Road. Turn left and continue into Chapel
Road, thence right into Albert Street, enumerating all 'O-idings
on kcfi, up to junction with Jubilee Street, starting point .
From junction of Albert Street, and Jubilee Street, prccced up
Albert Street, to junction with Chapel Road enumerating all
buildings on left. Continue into Salisbury Road, turn left
enumerating all buildings on left to junction of Salisbury Road
with Gladstone Road. Turn left and continue down Gladstone
Road and Jubilee Street, enumerating all buildings on left back
to starting point at junction with Albert Street.
From the Parish Boundary, both sides of the Cook Hill Road,
thence to Sendall Street both sides, then up Jubilee Street and
Gladstone Road to the R. C. Church Gap, enumerating all
buildings on left including all buildings in Rivulet Lane.
Starting from junction of the Soubise Road with the upper
Harford Village Road proceed along the upper Harford Village
Road to the LaDigue Byeway, enumerating all buildings on right.
Thence proceed on along the Byeway to the Carlton junction,
thence along the Grand Bras Road until the R. C. Church Gap
or Town Boundary, enumerating all buildings on right. Thence
proceed along the Town Boundary crossing the Main Road
continue to the sea, then on to Grenville Bridge and back along
Main Road to Upper Harford Village Road junction enumerat-
ing all buildings on right.
Starting from the junction of the Soubise Road with the Upper
Harford Village Road proceed up the Upper Harford Village
Road to the LaDigue Byeway, enumerating all buildings on left.
Thence proceed up the LaDigue Byeway to the LaDigue junction
enumerating all buildings on left. Turn left and proceed along
the Blondeur Road to Richmond Gap enumerating all buildings
on left. Turn left and proceed along the course of the Grenville
River to Grenville Bridge, proceed along the Main Road to
junction of Upper Harford Road with the Soubise Road or Main
Road e:-'cn::aing all buildings on left.
From Grenville Bridge proceed along the Grenville River
to Richmond Gap enumerating all buildings on left. Turn left
and proceed along the Blondeur Road to the Little St. Andrew's
River. Follow the course of the River to the sea coast enumerat-
ing all buildings on left. Turn left and continue on the coast
to the Grenville Bridge enumerating all buildings on left.
From Richmond Bridge proceed along the Walker DeBlondeur
Road to the LaDigue junction enumerating all buildings on left.
Thence proceed into the St. James Road and continue along the
same road in a westerly direction up to Birchgrove Bridge on the
Great River enumerating all buildings on left. Turn left and
follow the course of the Great River up to its junction with the
Little St. Andrew's River. Thence follow the said River back
to Richmond Bridge.


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Enumerators

30. J. ROBERTSON





31. R. MARK






32. W. SAYERS





33. A. FRANCIS







34. W. ROUGIER









35. R. HUTCHINSON









36. H. LORD


1. JOHN NOEL


Enumeration Areas


From the Great River proceed along the Little St. Andrew's
River up to Richmond Bridge enumerating all buildings on right.
Turn right and proceed along the Walker-deBlondeur Road to
Walker Bridge enumerating all buildings on right. Turn right
and continue along the St. Andrew's River to the Great River
enumerating all buildings on right.

Starting from the Richmond Bridge proceed along the Little
St. Andrew's River enumerating all buildings on right. Con-
tinue past Soubise Bridge to the sea, thence along the coast to
Marquis Bridge. Turn right and follow the Marquis River to
the Walker Bridge enumerating all buildings on right. Thence
continue aiong the Walker-deBlondeur Road back to Richmond
Bridge.

From Walker Bridge proceed down the River Marquis past the
Marquis Bridge to the sea, enumerating all buildings on right.
Turn right and continue along the coast up to the mouth of the
Grand Bacolet River enumerating all buildings on right. Thence
proceed along the Munich Byeway, past the Mt. Carmel junction
back to Walker Bridge enumerating all buildings on right.

Starting from the St. David's Parish Boundary, junction of the
Crochu River with the Grand Bacolet River, proceed along
the Grand Bacolet Rivc.r to Bacolet Bridge, enumerating all
buildings on left. Turn left and continue along the Munich
Byeway past Mt. Carmel junction as far as Walker Bridge,
enumerating all buildings on left. Thence proceed up the St.
Andrew's River to the Great River enumerating all buildings
on left.

Starting from the St. David's Parish Boundary, junction of the
Crochu River with the Grand Bacolet River proceed along the
Grand Bacolet River to Bacolet Bridge, enumerating all buildings
on right. Turn right and proceed to the Kumar junction (by
Carriman shop) still enumerating all buildings on right. Thence
continue on-the Public Highway past the Crochu Station to
Lambert Bridge enumerating all buildings on right. Continue
in a northerly direction along the course of the Crochu River still
enumerating all buildings on right up to its junction with the
Grand Bacclet River.

Starting from the Point where the Minerva River crosses the
Public Highwvav proceed along the course of the Minerva River
to the sea coast enumerating all buildings on left. Turn left
and proceed along the coast to the mouth of the Grand Bacolet
Ri.er enumerating all buildings on left. Thence continue up the
river to the Bacolet Bridge enumerating all buildings on left.
Employing a part of the Bacolet Munich Byeway regain the
Public Highway at Carriman shop by the Kumar junction
enumerating all buildings on left. Continue along the Highway
(to Crochu) as far as the junction with the Minerva River or
starting point (Bridge) is regained.
From the point where the Minerva River crosses the Public
Highway proceed to Lambert Bridge enumerating all buildings
on left. Thence follow the Crochu River to the sea, turning left
and proceeding along the coast to the Minerva River, enumerat-
ing all buildings on left. Continue up the Minerva River back
to the Highway or starting point.

PARISH OF ST. PATRICK

Starting from the Mahaut River Bridge proceed in a northerly
direction to the sea coast enumerating all buildings on the right.
Continue along the coast until the Town Boundary at the
La Fortune River is reached enumerating all buildings on the
right. Thence proceed in a southerly direction to the La Fortune
Bridge where the La Fortune River meets the Sautfurs Main
Street, continue enumerating all buildings on the right and
proceed along Sauteurs Main Street back to the Mahaut River
or starting point enumerating all buildings on the right.


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Enumerators


2, EUSTANIST PASCALL







3. RAY RATHAN








4. PHILLIP ALEXIS


5. L. WHARWOOD











6. CLUNIS CYRUS









7. OSBOURNE PHILL'P








8. J. DATE



9. P. CAMPBELL


Enumeration Areas


. Starting at a pcint near to Glean's shop at the junction
between the Mt. Craven Road and the main road to Sauteurs
proceed in a northerly and north-easterly direction along the
Mt. Craven Road crsfsing the Mahaut River at the Main Road,
enumerating all biiliins on the right. Thence proceed in a
so eiluy ^ii^ ..,.. ri ,t aloig the Main Road (to St.
Mark's) crossing the Little Patrick River continue to the junction
with the Mt. Craven Road at Chantimelle starting point,
enumerating all buildings on right.
Starti frorn tIeju1-ncti-on of the Frospect Road and Duquesne
Road proceed in a easterly and southerly direction up to its
i 4.,i(;'nn Vnith th l- "T. Cr.... PoRad enumernaing all buidipgS on
the left. Thence turn left and proceed in a northerly direction
along the Mt. Craven Road up to its junction with the Prospect
Road enumerating all buildings on the left. Thence proceed
in a northerly and westerly direction along the Prospect Road
enumerating all buildings on left until starting point at junction
of Prospect and D-,qu.esne Roads is regained (by La Squaos)
enumerating all buiklings on left.
Enumerate all buildings between the sea on the north north-
west and north-east and the Prospect-Sauteurs Road on the
south up to the Mahaut River on east and Duquesne Ri-er on
the west,
At the junction of Mt. Craven Road with the Main road at
Chantimelle gap (Glean) proceed in a westerly direction along the
main road in the direction of St. Mark's until the parish boundary
or Duquesne River is reached enumerating all buildings on right.
Thence proceed in a northerly direction along the course of the
the Duquesne River still enumerating all buildings on right until
Mt. William-Prospect Road is reached. Thence turn right and
proceed in an easterly direction along the Prospect road enumera-
ting all buildings on right thence in a southerly and easterly
direction along the Duquesne road up to its junction with the
Mt. Craven road enumerating all buildings on right. Thence
proceed in a southerly direction down the Chantimelle Road
or starting point on the main Highway.
Starting from the junction of the Main road with the Grand
Sol road proceed in an easterly and north-easterly direction along
the main road to Sauteurs up to the LaMode junction enumerat-
ing all buildings on right. Thence turn right and proceed along
the LaMode Road up to its junction with the Celeste Road
enumerating all buildings on the right. Thence proceed in a
south-westerly direction along the Ce!este-Moran Hill Road up
to its junction with the Grand Sol-Plaisance Road enumerating
all buildings on the right. Thence proceed in a north-westerly
direction along the Grand Sol Road back to starting point with
main road enumerating a! buildings on right.
Starting from the Police Station on the Duquesne River on the
west, proceed in an easterly direction along the main road up to
its junction with the Grand -Sol-Plaisance road enumerating all
buildings on the right. Thence proceed in a south-easterly
direction along the said Grand-Sol-Plaisance Road to the
Mountain Range. Turn right and proceed in a south-westerly
direction until the Duquesne River is reached enumerating all
buildings on the right. Thence proceed in a northerly direction
along the course of the Duquesne River until starting point is
reached enumerating all buildings on the right.
Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded on the south
by the River Antoine and a small portion (on the west) of the
St. Mark's Parish boundary, the Mt. Ritch-Hermitage Road
on the east, the Mt. Reuil road on the north and Mountain
Range on the north-west.
Starting at the junction of the Grand Sol Road with the Celeste
road proceed in a north-easterly direction up to the junction with
the Marli Hill-Snell Hall road, enumerating all buildings on the
right. Turn right and proceed along that road to the LaFortune
junction. Thence proceed in a south and south-westerly
direction past the Mt. Reuil Water Works along the Mt.
Reuil road back to starting point enumerating all buildings on
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 21;, 19;0.-(No. .22.)


Enumerators


Enumeration Areas


10. L. JOHN Starting from the junction of the Celeste Road with the Marli
Hill-Snell Hall Estate Road proceed in a north-easterly
direction along the I aMode-Madey's Road up to its junction with
the LaFortune Road enumerating all buildings on the right.
Thence turn right and proceed in a southerly direction along the
LaFortune road up to its junction with Snell Hall-Marli Hill
road enumerating all buildings on right. Thence turn right and
proceed in a south-westerly direction to the Celeste Road junction
enumerating all buildings on the right.
11. J. THOMAS .. Starting from the junction of Mt. Rich-Mt. Rose road proceed
in a north-easterly direction along the Mt. Rich-Morne Fendue
road up to the junction with the Morne Fendue road. Thence
proceed in a somewhat easterly direction along the Morne
Fendue-LaTaste road, turning south along the same road, enu-
merate all buildings on the right until the junction with the Mt.
Rose-Mt. Rich road is reached. Continue turning right and
proceed westerly back to starting point.
12. V. VIECHWEG .. Starting at the junction of the Mt. Rich-Hermitage road with
the Mt. Rich-Mt. Rose road proceed in an easterly direction to
the LaTaste-River Antoine road enumerating all buildings on the
right. Thence turn right and proceed in a southerly direction
along the said road until the River Antoine or Parish boundary
is reached. Thence turn right and continue along the course of
the River to the Hermitage Boundary enumerating all buildings
on the right. Thence proceed in a northerly direction back to
Mt. Rich junction with the Mt. Rose or starting point enumerat-
ing all buildings on right.
13. L. CALLISTE .. Starting at the point where the Mt. Rose -Tivoli Road crosses
the Calabash River proceed in an easterly direction to the River
Sallee-River Antoine Road enumerating all buildings on right.
Thence turn right and proceed in a south-easterly direction to the
River Antoine or Parish Boundary. Continue turning right and
proceed along the River Antoine to the Mt. Rose-Tivoli Road
enumerating all buildings on the right. Thence turn right and
continue in a northerly direction back to the Calabash River
junction or starting point.
14. G. McGUIRE .. Starting at the point where the Mt. Rose-Tivoli Road crosses
the Calabash River proceed in a northerly direction along the
said road to Plains Estate junction enumerating all buildings on
right. Thence in an easterly direction along the Road to River
Sallee. Turn right and proceed in a south-easterly direction
along the River Sallee-River Antoine Road up to the point where
it crosses the Calabash River, enumerating all buildings on right.
Continue right along the said River in a westerly direction to
junction with the Mt. Rose-Tivoli road or starting point.
15. E. JOHN .. All that portion between the River Sallee-River Antoine road
on the west, the River Sallee-Chambord Road on the north, the
Sallee River and the sea on the east, and the Antoine River on the
south.
16. SrEPHEN JOHN .. Starting at the Plains Estate junction proceed in a northerly
direction to the Morne Fendue junction enumerating all buildings
on right. Turn right and proceed in an easterly direction to the
Levera-Chambord Estate Road. Turn right and proceed in a
southerly direction to the point where the Sallee River crosses
the LaTaste-River Sallee road, enumerating all buildings on right.
Continue along that road past the River Sallee junction in a
westerly direction back to Plains Estate junction, starting point.
17. CARLYLE JOHN .. Starting at the Morne Fendue junction proceed up the La
Fortune Road to the Levera junction enumerating all buildings
on right. Turn right and proceed in an easterly direction to
Levera, turning right, proceed directly south to Chambord up to
the point where the Rose Hill Road meets the Levera-Chambord
Estate Road, enumerating all buildings on right. Thence turn
right and proceed in a westerly direction to Morne Fendue or
starting point, enumerating all buildings on right.
18. PATRICK ROBERTSON .. Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded by the sea
on the north and east, the LaFortune River on the north-west
(Glen Hellen Estate) and Levera-Chambord Estate right angular
road on the south and west, and the Sallee River on the south-
east.


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Enumerators


19. CLEFTON MCLEOD










20. GEORGE REDHEAD

21. MAURICE STANISLAUS


1. B. J. LANGAIGNE



2. BALBINUS NELSON



3. JOSEPH CAMPBELL


4. DENZIL CUMMINGS




5. LEVI STANISLAUS






6. GARVEY LOUISON





7. HENRY DUNCAN





8. WINSTON BENJAMIN




9. FITZROY DOLLAND


Enumerition Areas


Starting at the junction with the Main Road and the road to
LaMode some distance away from Mt. Elba Bridge proceed in a
northerly direction along the Main road to Sauteurs until the
Town Boundary is reached enumerate all buildings on the right.
Turn right and proceed in an easterly direction along the Town
Boundary still enumerating all buildings on right until the
LaFortune Bridge is reached. Continue along the main road up
to its junction into the Levera Road enumerating all buildings
on right. Thence proceed in a southerly direction along the road
to Madey's and Mt. Fendue until the junction with the LaMode
road is reached. Turn right and proceed along the Madey's-
LaMode Road until the main road or starting point is regained.
Enumerate all buildings between the Town Boundary on the
south, Sauteurs main street on the north.
Islet Ronde etc. Mahaut River on the west, and La Fortune
River on east.

PARISH OF ST. JOHN

Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded by the Douce
River on the south, the sea on the west, the Black Bay or
Concord River on the north and the Parish Boundary on the
east.
Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded by the
Concord or Black Bay River on the south, the sea on the west,
the Marigot Dry River on the north, and the Parish Boundary
on the east.
Enumerate all buildings within the area bounded by the
Marigot Dry River on the south, the main Highway to Gouyave
on the west, the Mon Plaisir Road on the north, and the Parish
Boundary on east.
Starting from the Marigot Dry River where it crosses the main
road to Gouyave proceed to the sea coast enumerating all
buildings between the Main Road and the sea up to the Grand
Roy Ravine. Thence turn right and follow the Grand Roy
River inland enumerating all buildings between the River and the
Mon Plaisir Road to the Parish Boundary.
Follow the Grand Roy River to the sea turning right along the
sea coast enumerating all buildings on right up to the Gouyave
River. Thence turn right and proceed up the Gouyave River
to the Parish Boundary enumerating all buildings on right.
Continue along the Parish Boundary to the Grand Roy River
enumerating all buildings on right. Thence follow the course of
the River back to starting point enumerating all buildings
on right.
Starting from the Town Boundary on the Gouyave (or
Dougaldston) River proceed along the Town Boundary to the
Charlotte River enumerating all buildings on right. Turn right
and proceed up the River to Florida junction or the Estate
Boundary enumerating all buildings on right. Turn right and
proceed along the Estate Boundary up to the Gouyave River,
thence follow the River back to starting point.
From the Florida junction proceed along the Charlotte River
enumerating all buildings on right, up to Parish Boundary.
Turn right and proceed along the Parish Bouridary enumerating
all buildings on right. Continue turning right along Mountain
Range until the Estate boundary is reached enumerating all
buildings on right. Thence proceed along the Estate Boundary
back to Florida junction, to include Belvidere and Mt. Felix.
At the junction of the Mt. Cenis Road with the Charlotte
River (or Little River) proceed up the Mt. Cenis Road to the
Parish Boundary enumerating all buildings on right. Turn
right and proceed along the Parish Boundary back to Charlotte
River and junction with Mt. Cenis enumerating all buildings on
right.
At junction of Gouyave or Dougaldston River proceed along
the main road enumerating all buildings on both sides of the road
up to St. Peter's Street. Thence turn right and continue up
St. Peter's Street up to the Rubble Bridge at Town Boundary
enumerating all buildings on right. Continue right along Town
Boundary until the Gouyave River is reached enumerating all
buildings on right. Turn right and follow the river to the sea
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 190.--(No. 22.)


Enumerators


10. M. L. GLEAN





11. JOHN DECOTEAU







12. G. O. C. VINCENT
13. CONRAD WALKER




14. ERROL GREASELEY


Enumeration Areas


At the Rubble Bridge on Town Boundary proceed down St.
Peter's street to the sea enumerating all buildings on right includ-
ing the Police Station. Turn right and follow the coast to the
mouth of the Little River enumerating all buildings on both sides
of the Main Road. Thence turn right and proceed up the Little
fi-er back to the Rubble Bridge enumerating all buildings on
right.
At the Rubble Bridge proceed up River Road to Town
Boundary enumerating all buildings on left. Proceed along
the Town Boundary to Ottlcy Lane enumerating all buildings
on left. Turn left and proceed to Edward Street enumerating all
b.:idings on left. Thence follow Chapel Road to the sea
enumerating all buildings on left. Turn left and proceed to the
mouth of the Little River enumerating all buildings on both
sides of Main Road. Thence turn left and continue up Little
River back to Rubble Bridge enumerating all buildings on left.
All of Portugese Town up to the Little River boundary.
Starting from the junction of Chapel Road with main Road
proceed to the sea enumerating all buildings on both sides of
main road down to Dr. Bell Road. Turn right and follow the
Dr. Bell Road enumerating all buildings on right up to McIntyre's
residence. Thence turn right and proceed to Ottley Lane and
Chapel Street enumerating all buildings on right to the sea.
Enumerate ail buildings on both sides of the Main Road
between Dr. Bell Road and Gros Point River boundary.
Enumerate all buildings right of Parish Boundary starting in an
easterly direction from the Main Road and all buildings on left
of the Town Boundary starting from the Dr. Bell Road up to the
Parish Boundary.


PARISH OF ST. MARK


1. WILBUR ADAMS .. Starting from the Main Road proceed up the Gita Road
to G. Wildman's residence, enumerating all buildings on left
between the Duquesne River and the Mountain Range or Parish
Boundary. Turn left and proceed in a southerly direction down
to Duquesne River enumerating all buildings on left until
DeAllic's shop is seen across the Main Road. Continue across
the Main Road on the left of DeAllie's shop and regain the Gita
Road enumerating all buildings on left.
2. CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS .. From and including DeAllie's shop proceed up the Gita Road
to Wildman's residence enumerating all buildings on right.
Turn right and proceed along the Non Pareil or Crayfish Estate
boundary to the Milestone at Industry Bridge, enumerating all
buildings on right. Continue to Duquesne Bay crossing the road.
Thence along the ccast to the Duquesne River, along ihe
Duquesne River crossing the road to regain DeAllie's shop,
enumerating all buildings on right.
3. LUCAS MENDS .. Starting from the Milestone at Industry Bridge proceed along
the Non Pareil or Crayfish Estate boundary enumerating all
buildings on right. Turn right and proceed along Waltham
Ravine crossing the main road to the sea, enumerating all buildi-
ings on right. Turn right and continue along the coast back to
starting point. Milestone at Industry Bridge, enumerating all
buildings on right.
4. 0. N. SYLVESTER .. At the junction of the Waltham Ravine with the sea proceed
along the coast until the upper Coast Guard road is reached.
Turn left proceed along the road up to where the Belmont road
connects with the Waltham Ravine. Turn left, still enumerating
all buildings on the left. Continue down the Waltham Ravine
to starting point, enumerating all buildings on the left.
5. CODRINGTON JOHN .. Proceed from Main Road up the Upper Coastguard Road
past the cemeteries, turning right to connect with Diamond
Street enumerating all buildings on right. Continue along
Diamond Street up to its junction with St. David's Street. Turn
right and proceed along St. David's Street to Queen Street
enumerating all buildings on right. Thence continue back to
Coastguard Road or starting point.


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Enumeration Areas


6. AGNES SMALL






7A. PHYLLIS SCOTT





7B. CLEMENT ED.WRDS






'8. Q HOSTEN





9. Q. 0. IOSTEN


Starting at junction of St. David's Road with Diamond Street
proceed up Diamond Street past Queen Street and Anglican
Church to the sea, enumerating all buildings on right. Turn
right and continue along the coast past Bungalows and Health
Centre, Thence turn right and proceed back to St. David's Street
enumerating all buildings on right. Continue to junction or
starting point.

From junction qf St. John's Street with Diamond Street pro-
ceed down St. Jphn's Street to the sea enumerating all buildings
on right. Continue along coast past Queen Street Bridge
enumerating all buildings on right, past R.C. Church 4a4 School,
turning right enter Diamond Street enumerating all buildings on
right, back tQ junction with St. John's Street.

Starting from Diamond Street junction proceed along the
St. Mark's River tp the spa. Thence turn right, enumerating all
buildings on the right, up tp St. John's Street. Thence turn right
and proceed up St. John's Street enumerating all buildings on
right, up to junction with Diamond Street. Turn right and
continue aloQg Diamond Street enumerating all buildings on
right, back to starting point.
Starting at the mouth of the Maran River enumerate all
buildings on both sides of the main road to Victoria up to its
junction with the Bonair-Bocage Road. Thence turn right and
follow the Mt. Cenis Road to the Maran river enumerating all
buildings on right. Continue turning right and follow hep aran
River to the sea enumerating all buildings on right.

Starting from the Bonair-Bocage junction enumerate all
buildings pn right of St. Mark's River, Coastguard, Mt. Stand-
hppe and Waltham Ravine to the Mountain Range. Turn right
enumerating all buildings on right and proceed along the Mt.
Cenis Road enumerating all buildings p right up tQ Bpnair-
Bocage junction.


CARRIAOEU INCLUDING PETIT MARTINIQUE AND THE GRENADINES OF

THE GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA


1. JOYCE COX















2. MURIEL NOEL


Starting i from the Town Boppdary (cqnprate stone) sppth of the
Rpmap Catholic Church proceed in an easterly direction along
the Brunswick Pasture until another boundary mark is reached
on the Brunswipk-Beausejour Estate (unmotorable) road
enumeratipg all by ldigs on left. Turr left 4gn RpOceg4 in a
northerly direction along the same road to the junction of the
Prospect HIll Rpad and Brunswick Street, thence proceed in an
easterly direction turning left along the Prospect Hall Road
enumerating all buildings op left. COptjilp twPiBfg !ef and
proceed in a westerly direction to the junction with 2nd Avenue.
Turn left into 2nd Avenue and continue to its junction with
Church Street, still enupMerating all buildings on left. Proceed
along Church Street in a westerly direction, crossing Main
Street to the sea; enumerating all buildings qg hqth sides of
Main Street, propeep in a southerly direction until the starting
point or boundary mark beyond the Roman Catholic Church
is regained.
Commencing at the junction of Main Street and Church Street
proceed in an easterly direction along Church Street to its
junction with 2nd Aypnue turn left along 2nd Avenue
enumerating all buildings on left proceeding in a northerly
direction to Top Hill Roald. Turn left continuing to enumerate
all buildings on left proceeding in a westerly iFecltign to
the Cra~gstQn Road to thp sea. Thence enumerate all buildings
on bpth sides of the load and Main Street proceeding in a
sotherly direeptio uitil the starting point, the junction of
Chwrch q tpt, is regine4.


Enumerators











GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.- No. 22)


Enumerafors

3. BENJAMIN COY










4. NELSON Cox








5. IVAN DAVID




6. HUTTON MCKENZIE





7. ALPHONSUS REDHEAD

8. AUGUSTUS SYDNEY





9. NATHANIEL NOEL


10. CHARLES CAYENNE


'11. NATHANIEL BASCOMBE



12. GERALD ~TAYLING








13. EASTIN COX


Enumeration Areas

Starting from junction with the Beausejour-Belair Road, pro-
ceed in a north-easterly direction along the Belair Road up to
junction with the Belair Park-Quarry Road, enumerating all
buildings cn right. Turning right proceed along the road
bordering the Beiair Pasture to the Belair-Top Hill Road to the
Cistern Plot at Top Hill (near to the rest house), enumerating all
houses on the right, Turn right and proceed along the Grand
Bay-Brunswick Road to the junction with 2nd Avenue and
Prospect Hall Road. Follow 2nd Avenur: to the junction with
Top-Hill-Beausejour Road. -Turn left along the Top Hill-
Beausejour Road to the junction at the Beausejour-Belair Road.
Remember to enumerate all houses on the right of this area.
Starting from the junction with the Hillsborough-Brunswick
Road, proceed along the Brunswick-Grand Bay Road to the
Cistern plot at Top Hill, enumerating all buildings on right.
Turn right and proceed along the Top Hill-LaResource Road
on to the Mt. D'Or-Dumfries.to the sea, enumerate all buildings
on the right. Turn right to the Lagoon at Dumfries then turn
right and proceed alorg ite Dumfries Road-Six Roads, enumerat-
ing Dumfries house and all houses on the right. Turn right and
proceed along the Six Roads-Brunswick Road back to the
starting point, enumerating all houses on the right.
Starting from the Town Boundary proceed along the L'Esterre
Road up to its junction with the Six Roads-Lauriston Road.
Turn left, enumerating all buildings on the left up to the junction
of Six Roads still enumerating all buildings on left, turn left and
proceed in a northerly direction up the Hillsborough-Brunswick
Road to the Town Boundary enumerating all buildings on left.
Starting at Six Roads, proceed along the Lauriston-Six Roads
Road, enumerating all buildings on left, up to the junction of the
Lauriston-L'Esterre Road. Turn left and proceed along the
L'Esterre Road to junction of the Harvey Vale-Belmont Road,
enumerating all buildings on left. Turn left at the junction with.
the Balance-Harvey Vale Road. Proceed along this road back
to starting point at Six Roads.
Enumerate all buildings bounded by the sea and L'Esterre-
Harvey Vale Road including Retreat and Hermitage.
Starting by the sea proceed along the Hermitage-Harvey Vale
Road up to its junction with the Bellevue South-Belmont-
Harvey Vale Road, enumerating all buildings on right. Pro-
ceed in the direction of Balance Road up to the summit of the
hill enumerating all buildings on right; turn right and proceed
to the outlet drain at Friendship enumerating all buildings on
right to include part of Believue South, Argyle and Belmont.
Starting at the Lagoon at Dumfries, proceed along the
Dumfries Road to Six Roads. Proceed along the Balance
Road to Fair Hill, turn left and proceed to the outlet drain at
Friendship, enumerating all houses on the left.
Starting at the Lagoon at Dumfries, proceed along the Island
Road to the Mt. D'Or-Dumfries road, thence along this road to
LaResource-Top Hill, thence along the Top Hill-Grand Bay
Road to the sea, enumerating all buildings on the right.
Starting -t the coast at Grand Bay, proceed in a westerly
direction to the Top Hill Rest House, turn right along the Top
Hill-Belair Road to the junction with Mt. Pleasant Road, thence
along that road in a straight line to the sea, enumerating all
buildings on the right.
Starting at the beach in a straight line with the Mt. Pleasant
Top Hill Road and proceeding along that road to its junction
with the Belair-Top Hill Road, turn right along the latter road
to its junction with the Belair-Quarry Road, continuing along the
Belair Rocd to the junction at the Belvidere-Lim!air Road.
Turn right and proceed along the Limlair road to its junction
with the Limlair -Mt. Pleasant Road, enumerating all buildings
on the right to include Limlair and part of Bayaleau, then proceed
along that road to the cemetery enumerating all buildings on
both sides of the road until the starting point is regained.
. Starting at the coast at the northern boundary of the cemete y
at Limlair. proceed in a north direction to the junction at
Big Pond, enumerating all buildings on the right, turn left in a
westerly direction to Belvidere Cross turn right and proceed
-along the Windward Road to the sea coast at Ebenezer, enumerat-
ing all buildings on the right.


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GOVERNMENT












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.-(No. 22.)


Enumerators


14. NICHOLAS BRATHWAITE





15. HURREL COX






16. DONALD HAMER







17. ALFRED ROBERTS


COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

CDC Caribbean Scholarship


Enumeration Areas


Starting at Belvidere Cross Roads, proceed in a northerly
direction through High North Ridge on to Gun Point at Petit
Carenage, turn right and proceed in a southerly direction
enumerating all buildings on both sides of the road, and proceed
to the junction at Ebenezer, then follow Windward-Belvidere
Road to the starting point at Belvidere Cross enumerating all
buildings on the right.
Starting at Gun Point at Petit Carenage proceed in a southerly
direction through High North to Belvidere Cross Roads,
enumerating all buildings on the right, turn right and proceed
in a westerly direction along the Belvidere-Craigston road to the
Town Boundary. and turn right to the sea, enumerating all
buildings on the right; than turn right and continue in a north-
easterly direction on the Coast until Gun Point is regained.
Starting at the Town Boundary proceed in a northerly direction
along the Craigston-Belvidere Road to its junction at Belvidere
Cross Roads, turn right in a southerly direction along the
Belvidere-Belair Road, enumerating all buildings cn the right
up to the Cross at Belair Park, then right in a westerly direction
along the Belair-Beausejour road, enumerating all buildings on
the right, then along this road to the town boundary at starting
point.
Petit Martinique.


will be no means tes:. The scholarship may
not normal hl heo! concur-ient'y with any
other awa;.l
o. Selection will be made in consultation with
,, ,1 .1 ,1 ~ n '


tre education authority of tie c :idait- s.
1. THE scholarship will be awarded for an ap- home country and such others as t i C lonial
proved course of study at the University Development Corporation may decide. e '(lc-
College of the West Indies for the degree of tion will be subject to confirmation by the
Bachelor of Science (Economics) and will late University College of the West Indies.
for the normal duration of the degree courses. 6. Scholarship holders will not be tied to -_eivice
2. The Scholarship is open to candidates who with the Colonial Development Corporation
are citizens of the Federation of The West nor does the Corporation guarantee an offer
Indices, or British Guiana, or British Hondu- of employment after graduation. It is the
ras. Candidates must be unmarried and Corporation's intention, however, that a
under the age of 22 on October let, 1969. successful graduate will be offered employment
3. Candidates should possess qualifications to with the Corporation or an associated develop-
enter the B.Sc. (Econ.) course at the Uni- ment enterprise in the Caribbean; candidates.
versity Ccllege of The West Indies. The will be expected to make a similar d-claration
requirements areof intention
either at least three Advanced level passes 7. The award will be subject to the holder's
at the General Certificate of Education satisfactory behaviour and progress during the
or the equivalent, and period of its tenure and may be withdrawn at
one Ordinary level pass at the General any time by the Corporation if, in the opinion
Certificate of Education or the eqiiva- of the (orporation after consultation with the
lent Principal of the University College of The
West Indies, the holder has failed to make
or at least two Advanced level passes at the satisfactory progress.
General Certificate of education or the
equivalent and
three Ordinary level passes at the NOTICE
General Certificate of E auction or the
equivalent. TiHE attention of the public is hereby invited to
4. The scholarship will cover the whole cost of 1 the provisions contained in Regulation 120 of'
the University College course, including the Public Health regulations (Cap 180) which
maintenance, books, and pocket m,.ney in inter-alia requests that all persons intending to
accordance with the estimate of the cost of install water-closets on their premises should submit
courses published by the University Colege of. plans for prior approval by the Suni'ary Autiority.
The West Indies. The actual sum paid will ALEX
be decided in accordance nith ihe circum- C. ALEXI
stances of the successful iapp!icint bat th re | Senior Mledical Offcer.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.-(No. 22.)


NOTICE.

I he Grenada Banana Cooperative Society

(Qrdinance No. 57/1954, Section 7)

T is hereby notified that the Annual General
Meeting of the Grenada Banana Co operative
Society will be convened on Thursday 21st April
1900, at 10.0Q am. at 'lie Rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce on the. parepage, St. G-.. ,~'i,, for
the election of six members to serve on the CQom-
mittee of Management for the ensuing period of
twelve months.
Dated this 1,8th day of arch, 1960.

NW. A. K IGH T,



NOTICE

Vacant Post of Assistant Analyst, Depart-
ment of Science and Agriculture, Barbaggd

Applications are invited for the above post.
Post is pensionable with salary in the scale
.$3,528 x 144-4,392: 456U x 192-$4,944 plus a
temporary nrn-pensionable cost of living allowance
-of $108 per annum. Commencing salary in scale
will be determined in the light of qualifications
and experience of successful candidate. Appoint-
ment is subject to medical fitness and to two years',
probation in the first instance. Under the provi-
sions of the Widowss and Orphans' eppsion Act a
deduction at the rate of four per cepntlm is nlade
from the officer's salary unless the officer is a!ready
a contributor to an opprqvecd \\'ido~ys' anc
,Orphans' Pension Scl: ml.: of uq:tther territqry.
Passage expenses on appointment for officer and
family ;.i.i'i;: up to a maximum of $1,920. Leavq
pass ~a s are provided for officer and wife after
(lii.- L a hblf years' service. Leave is granted
in accordance with local regulations. No quarters
are provided.
(rio-ui nppoint.-1 vil be required to -i:i the
Go ('1) i'Llittll o .\l.l, ', -t-
(1) in laboratory, maintenance and tci;n'- j;' d
adrpiisiratipo ;


(2) in the supervision of the Food and Drugs
Laboratory;
(3) in routine miin.Pii.n of cxl;ll-. from
the Criminal Investigation Department
and to undertake such other general duties as may
be : .i.i..:. by the Director of Agriculture.
C L l.liL.]( -. should possess as a minimum qualifi-
catiQon -_-tlj. a general degree in Science with
Cl,. 11n. is:, as one of the subjects or the A R.I.C.
Applieati.-.ns stating age, qualifipations and ex-
perience should be submitted along with the
:elevant certificates an'l at least two recent testi-
mi'..Iu. I to the Chief Secretary, Government Head-
quarters, Bay Street, St. Michael, Barbados, to
reach him not later than the 23rd April, 1960.


VACANCY NOTICE

Housing Department, British Guiana

Vacancy For Quantity Surveyor

SPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for appointment as Quantity
Surveyor, Housing DI).-; I' tLueit, British Guiana.
2. Appointment : Pensionable, or on contract
for three years, if preferred.
3. Salary : In the scale $3,696 x 144-$4,560 x
$240-$6,720 per annum-commencing salary
of $4,272 per annum for pensionable appoint-
ment, and of .I,-** per annum l ith 22/% gratuity
for contract appointment. In either case one
increment is added for each year of approved
plut.-.: i liic. di.'.j evperince!.
4. Qualifications: Associateship of th. Boyal
Institution of Chartered 8urveyors in Quantity
Surveying or equivalent qualification obtained in a
Commpowealth country,
5. Information as to duties of post and conditions
of service may be obtained, on request, frim the
Scc-t:c..r\ to Gov.enment, St. G~orge's, Qraoada.
6. Applications giving person d data and accom-
panied by two recent testimonials (not applicable
to P..1li- Officers) should be delivered to the
Secretary, Public Service k commission, Post Office
Building, Georgetown, British Guiana, not later
than 19tlf A pri,9 1960.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MARCH 26, 1960.-(1No. 22.)

FACILITIES FOR TITLE ORDINANCE, 1956

FORM F.

Notice of Application for Loan


125


TAKE NOTICE THAT the persons whose names appear hereunder claim to be respectively the owner
inr fee simple in possession of the land described and have applied to the Central Agricultural Rehabi-
tation Committee, St. George, Grenada, for a loan on security of a mortgage on the said land, and the
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

Mary Jeseph
Mt. Granby,
St. John's.



Johu Young
Prospect,
St. Patrick's.



Alfred Alexander
Crochu,
St. Andrew's.




Enita Neckles
Mt. Carmel,
St. Andrew's.



Wedley Noel,
Munich,
St. Andrew's,



Henry Baptiste
Lower LaTante,
St. Davic's.


Date of
Application


Description of Land


15. 5. 58. A lot of land containing one (1) acre situate
at Mt. Granby, St. John's, bounded :
North by lands of Cuthbert Passee,
East by lands of Fr eman M\itchell,
South by lands of W. Eric Copland,
West by lands of J. E. Butler.
12. 1. 60. A lot of land containing one and a half acre
situate at Prospect, St. Patrick's, bounded:
North by lands of Robert Fullerton,
East by lands of i'mmanuela John,
South by lands of Augustine Williams,
West by lands of Mabel Noel.
10. 2. 60. A lot of land containing two and three-quarter
acres situate at Mt. Cassel, St. Andrew's,
bounded:
North by lands of Dedimus Sylvester,
East-by lands of Agnes Francis,
South by lands of Elliot Noel,
West by lands of Matilda Felix.
11. 2. 60. A lot of land containing two and three-quarter
acres situate at Hope, ,t. Andrew's,
North by lands of Visit Thomas,
East by lands of Camirn Flix,
South by lands of Eli Jeromiah,
West by lands of Geo-ge Bristol.
22. 2. 60. A lot of land containing half acre situate at
Rose Hill, Ft. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Tommy Baptiste
'East by lands of Victor Noel
Eouth by lands of Vildon Noel
West by a Road and by Tommy Baptiste.
6. 1. 6). A lot of land containing two acres three roods
and twenty seven poles situate at Grand
Bacolet, St. Andrew's, bounded :
North by lands of Grand Bacolet Estate
East by lands of Ernest McQueen
South by lands of Rennie Iubb
West by lands of Alphonzus Harford.


Time and Date
of Inspection

9.00 a.m. on the:
28th March,
1960.



9.00 a.m. on the
29th March,
1960.



9.00 a.m. on the-
29th March,
1960.




9.00 a.m. on the-
30th March,
1960.



9.00 a.m. n, the
31st lMarch,
19C0.



9.00 n.m. on the
31st March,
1960.


Certified As Correct :
W. WATTS,
for Chairman, C.A.R.0.












126 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, M,CH 26, 1,96Q, -(No. 22.)

N.OTICI.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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


GRADES


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


25 Cents per lb.

38 do,

12 do. .


$1.20

60


do.

Cents.


30 do.


R. S. RENWICK,
Secretary.


Date fixed: 8th December, 1958.


GRENADA.

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1960.





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