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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: April 23, 1960
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Government Gazette.


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VOL. 78.0 .. SAINT GEORGE'S,. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960.. No.-26i


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

APPOINTMENT
No. 133.
r. MICHAEL BEUTON has been appointed as
LI a Junior Laboratory Technican, Medical
Department, with effect' from 6th' D6cember, 1958.
P.F. 859.
14th April, 1960.

VACATION LEAVE
No. 134.
MR. JOHN FRANCIS, Class I Clerk, Treasury
.Department' (Statistics), has- been granted
180 days' vacation leava-with effect froth 20th
April, 1960.
P.F. 472.
20th April, 1960.

No. 135.
MRS. PHYLLIS HOOD, Class III Clerk, Medical
Department, has been granted 67 days' leave
without pay with effect from 20th April, 1960.
P.F. 1096.
20th April, 1960.


No. 136.
MR. BRADMAN HOOD, Class I
Production and Labour,
72 days' vacation leave with
April, 1960.
P.F. 974.


Clerk, Ministry of
has been granted
effect from 20th


20th April, 1960.

No. 137.
MR. CLARENCE AUGUSTINE, Junior Agricul-
tural Instructor, Department of Agriculture,
has been granted 44 days' vacation leave with
effect from 14th April, 1950.
P.F. 565.
20th April, 1960.


No. 138.
HON. MRS. I. I. PROTAIN has beeti granted
leave of absence from'the Legislative ,Counbil
for the period 13th April to 30th May, 1960.
M.P. 94.
20th April, 1960.
RESUMPTION
No. 139.
i ITH' reference to Gazette Notice No. 347
of 8th December, 1959, Mrs: ALICE SALHAB,
Class II Clerk, Medical Department; has resumed
duty, with effect from 2nd April,,1960.
Pf.. 692.
20th April. 1960.

No. 140.
TTHE undermentioned Ordinance, which has been
Sassented to by His Honour the Administbator,
is published with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 4 of 1960-The Customs Duties (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1960.
Copies of this Ordinance may be, seen. at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the Trea-
sury, District Revenue Offices, Post Offices and
Poli ce Stations.
23rd April, 1960.

No. 141.
pHE following document is circulated with and
fcrms part of this Gazette:-
S. R. & O. No. 14-The Registration of Business
Names (Fees) Rules, 1960.
(S. R. & 0. No. 13 published with the Gazette
dated 16th April, 1960,-should read No. 14 of 1960.)
By Command,
LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Assistant Secretary to Government.
Administrator's Office,
23rd April, 1960.


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156 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 23, 1960.-(No. 26.)


NOTICE

Removal of Passport Office


THE public are hereby notified that the Passport
Office has been removed to the Storeskeeper's
Office (near Government Printing Office) Govern-
ment Buildings, St. George's, with effect from 1st
April, 1960.

Administrator's Office,
St. George's.
1st April, 1960.


NOTICE

Offer of Australian Scholarships under
Commonwealth Scholarship and
Fellowship Plan



THE Government of Australia is offering scholar-
ships under the Commonwealth Scholarship
and Fellowship Plan tenable at Australian Univer-
sities from March, 1961. While most of these are
post-graduate Scholarships normally extending
over a period of two academic years, a number will
be available at Under-graduate level, including
courses at teacher training institutions and tech-
nical colleges.
No precise allocation of Australian scholarships
among Commonwealth countries has been made
but placement of selected candidates will be
arranged in Australian institutions in the 'light of
the qualifications of, the applicants and the facili-
ties. available in Australia.
Applicants should, in general,, be less than -28
years of age on est March, 1961, but'iri special
circumstances the age limit may be raised.
Successful applicants will in due course be required
to comply with the medical provisions of the
normal immigration requirements for entry of
students into Australia.
SApplications should, reach the Secretary to
Government, Administrator's Office, not later than
23rd May, 1960.

Administrator's Office,
Grenada,
8th April, 1960.


NOTICE

APPLICATIONS are hereby invited for the post
Sof Caretaker, Grand Etang Rest House, with
salary in the scale $633.60 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
Housemaiid 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, rum, beer and sweet
drinks to be sold according to tariff.
To carry out the provisions of Rules for Manage-
ment of the Grand Etang Sanatorium (See
Page 48 Vol. III of Laws).
To agree to and conform with any additional
Rules and Regulations that may from time
to time be enforced for the proper manage-
ment of the Sanatorium.
Caretaker not to lease the premises without the
approval of the Director 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 Sgatrday, 30th April, 1960.

Administrator's Office,
Grenada.
5th March, 1960.


Applications For Post Of Prison Officer,
Richmond Hill Prisons


APPLICATIONS are hereby invited for the post
.A of a Prison Officer, Richmond Hill Prisons.
2. The post which is pensionable under the
Prisons. Officers' Pension Ordinance, carries salary
in the scale $806.40x$28.80-$1,008.00 per annum,
3. The successful candidate will be subject to
the Prison Rules S.R. & 0. No. 17/50, and will be
required to take charge of' the Prison Bakery and
must therefore have: some knowledge of baking.
He will also be required to perform other duties
as directed by the Superintendent of Prisons.
S4. Applications, which shouldbe accompanied by
evidence of experience as-a baker, must reach the
Secretary to Government not later than 30th April#.
1960.
Administrator's Office,
Grenada,
12th April, 1960.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES



CUSTOMS

THE undermentioned Articles siezed for a breach
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 Bottles Mt. Gay Eclipse Rum
129 Bottles Mt. Gay Eclipse Rum.

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













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 23, 1960.-(No. 26).


WARNING

Kite Flying Near High Tension Electric Wires



IT is very dangerous to fly kites near electric lines
and particularly so near High Tension Lines.
This has frequently been the cause of interruption
of the Electricity Service and can have very dis-
astrous results to the persons indulging in this form
of sport.
Kite flyers are therefore warned to keep away
from all electric lines.

N. V. ANDALCIO,
Chief Engineer.
Electricity Department,
12th April, 1960.


NOTICE

Veterinary Service
SDepartment Of Agriculture


HE attention of Livestock owners seeking
Veterinary Service is drawn to the manner in
which the Veterinary Officer should be summoned,
as follows :-
(i) Contact your District Agricultural Officer or
Agricultural Instructor early-as soon as
the first signs of sickness are noted.
(ii) The Agricultural Instructor will then visit
and inspect the animal, and advise whether
a Veterinary Officer is needed.
(iii) It is the duty of the Agricultural Officer to
summon the Veterinary Officer in cases
where his services are needed.
(iv) In the event that the livestock owner is
unable to contact an Agricultural Instructor,
and wishes to call the Veterinary Officer
'directly, he can do so by phoning the
Agricultural Department, Tanteen, phone
2225, any time between 8.30 a.m. and 12
noon, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to
Friday, and on Saturday between 8.30 a.m.
and 12 noon. After these hours the depart-
ment will be closed and the Veterinary
Officer can be contacted at his home at St.,
.Paul's: phone 5-232.
2. Persons calling the Veterinary Officer directly
are asked particularly to give as much information
as possible about (i) the general condition of the
animal: e.g. (a) whether the animal is eating, (b)
how long it has been sick, (c) whether it is able to
stand;
(ii) address (a) his proper name and the name
by which he is known in the area, (b) an accurate
land mark such as Church, school or shop, estate,
boucan, or the home of any well known person in
the district.
3. All calls should be made promptly and pre-
feribly during the morning.
G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Ag. Superintendent of Agriculture.


Notice to Importers

S from the 1st May, 1960, Importers are here-
by notified that-4or.-their own convenience
they must lodge with the Customs, the. relevant
warrants and invoices in respect of imports which
they wish to clear at least two days' prior to the
arrival of the relevant importing ship.
2. At least two invoices must be submitted with
each warrant.
3. Departure from the above procedure can .only
be granted in exceptional circumstances: !'. ',:
: 4. Failure to comply- with these instrutribns
may result in delay in the passage ofiimport
warrants through Customs.

R W. MITCHELL, "
Collector of Customs (Ag)


POLICE NOTICE

Grenada Volunteer Constabulary
Training Camp-1960

X EMBERS of the St. George's, Grand Roy,
1 Gouyave and Victoria detachments of the'
Grenada Volunteer Constabulary will be in' Camp
at Queen's Park, St. George's from 8th May to
21st May, 1960.
Members of the St. David's, Grenville, Birch-'
grove, Hermitage, Sauteurs, Union and Carriacdu
*detachments of the Grenada Volunteer Constabu-
lary will be in Camp at Queen's Park, St. George's
from 22nd May to 4th June, 1960 ..
: Employers are kindly asked to release any
member or members in their employ for. the pur-
pose of attending the Training Camp during the
above mentioned periods.
J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
S St. George's,
12th April, 1960. :" :


LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE

Under The Taxes Management Ordinance

NOTICE is hereby given that the Magistrate of
'N the Western District will hold a Special
:Session at the Court House Sauteurs, on Tuesday
the 26th day of April, 1960, at 9.00 o'clock in the
r'forenoon, for the purpose of hearing objections to,
and appeals from the assessment made by the Tax
Officer under the abovenamed Ordipance, and for
:the purpose of settling any amendments which
may be deemed necessary.
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.
E. GITTENS KNIGHT,
Magistrate, Eastern District.
Magistrate's Office,
St. Patrick's.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 23, 1960.-(No. 26.)


VACANCY NOTICE

Technical Institute (British Guiana)

Lecturers In Land Surveying

A PPOINTMENT-pensionable (age limit 40
Years on 30th June, 1960, not applicable to
officers holding pensionable appointments in Gov-
ernment Service) or on contract for three years
initially; salary on scale $3,696x$144-$4,560x
$240-$5,760 per annum. Commencing salary
$3,696, per annum for, pensionable; appointment,
,4d ,4,272 per annum for contract appointment;
plus one increment for each year of relevant post
qualification experience. Contract appointment
carries. a gratuity of 22j% of salary. Furnished
quarters provided at. rental, or allowance paid in
lieu.
Qualification-Associateship of the Royal
Institution of Chartered Surveyors, (Land Survey
Section) or equivalent qualification with adequate
professional experience.
2. Informathipn as to ditjes, ofi posts and
conditions of service is. obtainable on request from
th, Secretary .to, Government, Administrator's
O14ice, St,, Gerge's, Grenada,
3; Applications giving personal data and
accompanied by two .recent testimonials.. (not
applicable to Public Officers) should, be delivered:
to. the Secretary, Public, Service Commission,
General Pot. Office,Building, Georgetown, British
Guiapa, not later than 28th April, 1960.


COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

CDC. Caribbean Scholarship

1. THE scholarship will be awarded for an ap-
proved, course of study at the University
Collkeg of the West Indies for the degree of
Bachelor of -cience (Economics) and will late
for the normal duration of.the degree courses.
2. The Scholarship is open to candidates who
are citizens of the Federation. of: The' West
Indies, or British Guiana, or British Hondu-
ras. Candidates must be unmarried and
underthe ag, of 22 on October, let, 1960.
3: Candidates should- possess qualifications to
enter-the' B;Sc. (Econ.) course at the Uni-
versity College of' The West Indies. The
requirements; are:
either at least three Advanced level passes
at the General Certificate of Education
or the equivalent, and
one Ordinary level pass at the General
Certificate of Education or the equiva-
lent.
or at'least two Advanced level passes at the
General Certificate of Education or the
equivalent and
three Ordinary level passes at the
General Certificate of Education or the
equivalent.
4. The scholarship will cover the whole cost of
the University College course, including
maintenance, books, and pocket money in
accordance with the estimate of the cost of
courses published by the University College of


The West Indies. The actual sum paid will
be decided in accordance with the circum-
stances of the successful applicant .but there
will be no means test. The scholarship may
not normally be held concurrently with any
other award.
5. Selection will be made in consultation with
the. education authority of the candidate's
home country and such others as the Colonial
Development Corporation may decide. Selec-
tion- will be- subject to confirmation by the
University College of the West Indies.
6. Scholarship holders will not be tied to service
with the Colonial Development Corporation
nor does the Corporation guarantee an offer
of employment after graduation. It is the
Corporation's intention, however, that a
successful graduate will be offered employment
with the Corporation or an associated develop-
ment enterprise in the Caribbean; candidates
will be expected to make a similar declaration
of intention.
7. The award will, be subject to the holders'
satisfactory behaviour and progress during the
period of its tenure and may be, withdrawn at
any time by the Corporation if, in the opinion
of the, Crporation after! consultation with the
Principal of the University College of The
West Indies, the holder has failed to make
satisfactory progress.


VACANCY NOTICE

Vacant post. of. Engineer (Electrical),
Waterworks. Department, Barbados


APPLICATIONS are invited for the above post.
Appointment, and, Salary : ; The post -is pen-
sionable-with salary in the' scale $4,560x 192-
5,520 x 240 6,2.40. (Q.B.) 6,720 x 480 7200 per
annum. The ,point of.:entry in the scale of. the
successful candidate-will be determined, .n the light
of u.ili.iiii.:tirs and experience. Appointment is
:subject t medical fitness-and two :years' probation.
Under the provisionaepof-the Widows' and Orphans'
Pension Act.a deduction, at, the rate of' fur per
centum is made from the officer's salary.
Qualifications-: Th'e applicant should' be a
Corporate Member of the Institurtion' of Elctrical
Engineers or have an equivalent qualification, and
should- have had' at least five years- practical
experience in the maintainanc, and. installation of
motors, ewitchgeac and generators.. Experience in
diesel driven generators would be-an: advantage.
Passages:. Passages of officer and family are
payable on appointment up to a maximum: of
$1,920. Leave.passages for officer and. wife are
payable every three and a half years.
Leave,: Vacation leave is granted.at',the rate
of 45 days' a year accumulative up to 180 days.
Other leave conditions in accordance with local
regulations.
Applications stating age, qualifications and
experience and accompanied by. at least two recent
testimonials, should be submitted to the Chief
Secretary, Government Headquarters, Bay Street,
Barbados, to reach him not later than 30th April,
1960.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 23, 1960.-(No. 26.)


NOTICE

Vacancy in the Post of Teacher Class I,
Grammar School, St. Kitts, in the
Colony of St. Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla.


PPLICATIDNS are invited from suitable
qualified persons for appointment to vacant
pensionable posts of Teacher Class I at the Gram-
mar School, St. Kitts. The officers appointed
thereto will be subject to the Regulation of Her
Majesty's Colonial Service and to Laws, General
Orders and Statutory Rules and Orders in force in
the Colony from time to time.
2. The duties of the posts carry the respon-
sibility of teaching Biology, French or Geography
to the Higher School Certificate level and such
other subjects in other forms as may be required
by the Headmaster to teach from time to time.
An interest in games would be useful.
3. The minimun qualification required is a degree
from a University within the British Common-
wealth.
4. The salary of the post is $2,750.40 x 129.60
-$2,880 x 144-$3,456 x 144-$4,032, and the
appointee will receive commencing salary at a
point in the scale commensurate with his quali-
fications and experience.
5. An advance of salary not exceeding $1,200
repayable within a period of three years, may be


granted to the officer for the purpose of purchasing
furniture-
6. Free passages will be provided for the officer
and also for his wife and not more than three
children under the -go of eighteen years who are
unmarried and dependent upon him, provided that
they accompanied him or join him in the Colony
within twelve months of his appointment.
7. Vacation leave will be at the rate of 42 days'
per annum. Leave passages will be granted in
accordance with the terms of General Orders,
8. Applications with at least two testimonials
should be addressed to the Administrator, St.
Kitts/Nevis/Angulla, to reach him not later than
1st June, 1960, and the following details
should be given :
Full name
Date and place of birth
Educational qualifications
Teaching experience
Interest in games and other extra-mural activi-
ties
A photograph
9. The appointee will be required to sign an
undertaking to serve in the Colony of St. Kitts/
Nevis/Anguilla for at least three years from the
date of his assumption of duty.
Administrator's Office,
St. Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla,
12th April, 1960.


NOTICE.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.
Effective from 15th December, 1958
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:


GRADES


Advances


Green Nutmegs


Dry do.


Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


25 Cents per lb.


38 do.

12 do.


$1.20 do.

60 Cents.

30 do,


R. S. RENWICK,
Date fixed: 8th December, 1958. Secretary.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 23, 1960.-(No. 26.)

Statement of Currency Notes and British Caribbean Coin in Circulation in the British
Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st April, 1960.


Average circulation during February, 1960:-
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Government Notes



British Caribbean Notes and Coins in
circulation on 1st March, 1960:-
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
"Proof Sets" Coins

Total British Caribbean Notes & Coins
in circulation on 1st March, 1960.
Demonetized Government notes outstanding
on 1st April, 1960.
Trinidad and Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados

Total Government notes outstanding

Total Circulation on 1st April, 1960.


Notes

$
78,678,707.00
1,C05,109.00

$ 79,683,816.00



38,480,899.00
7,269,225.00
21,358,412.50
4,311,100.00
804,400.00
934,000.00
2,039,400.00
3,114,300.00
1,589,600.00
226,300.00


$80,127,636.50


691,780.00
244,184.50
66,491.00

$1,002,455 50

$81,130,092.00


Coin

$
4,112,159.00


$ 4, 1 1.59.uu



1,849,421.00
572,575.00,
866,035.00
184,950.00
109,100.00
.133,200.00
109,850,00
137,6C0.00
123,925.00
24,150.00
S 1,870.00

%$4,112,676:00


$4,112,676.00


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner
British Caribbean 'Currem y BojarJ.


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.


GRENADA.

PRINIMD BY THN GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT TEB GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFIGFlt,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1960.


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