Group Title: Government gazette, Grenada
Title: Government gazette
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Title: Government gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 34 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Grenada
Publisher: Govt. Print. Off.
Govt. Print. Off.
Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: May 14, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Politics and government -- Grenada   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: Grenada
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- 1883-
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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No. 174.
Appointed a Marriage Officer in respect of the
Anglican Congregation in Grenada.
M.P. 164III.
13th May, 1960.

No. 175.
N R. G. T. PILGRIM, Senior Customs Officer,
STreasury and Customs Department, has been
appointed as an Assistant Secretary, posted at the
Office of the Chief Minister, with effect from the
1st January, 1960.
P.F. 113.
13th May, 1960.

No. 176.
1 E. M. A. WELSH has been appointed as 4-H
SClub Organiser (Agricultural Assistant), in
the Department of Agriculture, with effect from the
1st January, 1960.
P.F. 936.
13th May, 1960.

No. 177.
R. CLIFFORD CORNWALL has been appointed
as a Road Officer, Public Works Department,
with effect from 1st January, 1260.
P.F. 970
13th May. 1960.

No. 178.
R. EDMUND NOEL has been appointed as a
Road Officer, Public Works Department, with
effect from 1st January, 1960.
P.F. 968
13th May, 1960.

No. 179.
S R. W. E. E. THOMAS, Assistant Accountant,
iTt Treasury and Customs Department, has
been granted 180 days' vacation leave with effect
from 21st April, 1960.
P.F. 209.
7th May, 1960.
No. 180.
T is hereby notified that Baron BURKHARD
Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany, at
Kingston for Jamaica, Bahamas, Barbados, Lee-
ward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, Windward
Islands Bermuda, British Honduras and British
Guiana, will be on leave from 2nd June to 21st
November, 1960. During his absence, HERR
HERBERT EHLERS, Chancellor, will be in charge
of the Consulate.
M.P. 115V.
10th May, 1960.

No. 181.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 6 of the
5th Jauuary, 1960, Miss EVANGELINE
WILLIAMS, Matron, Richmond Hill Sanitorium,
has resumed duty with effect from 21st March,
P.F. 1089.
9th May, 1960.
No. 182.
ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 43 of
the 29th January, 1960, Mr. EUSTACE
CORNWALL, Public -ealth Inspector, has resumed
duty with effect fiomr 3rd M ay, 19O0.
P.F. 942.
13th May, 1960.

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VOL. 78.1

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 14, 1960.-(No. 29).

No. 183,
fTHE undermentioned Ordinances, -which have:
beon assented to by His Honour the Adminis-
trator, are published with this issue of the Gazette:--
No. 9 of 1960.-An Ordinance to incorporate
Trustees for the Children's Home Fund:
and to make provision for-the establishment
of a Home for children without any respon-
sible parental control.
No. 10 of 1960.-An Ordinance to amend the
laws relating to Corporal Punishment in the
Copies uo ,iicse O1d;nances may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the Trea-
sury, District Revenue Offices, Post Offices and
Police Stations.
14th May, 1960.

No. 184.
THE following documents are circulated with and
form part of this Gazette:--
S.R. & O. No. 15-- he Currency (Coin) (Amend-
ment) Regulations, 1960.
S.R. & O. No.:16--The Currency (Notes) (Amend-
Sment) Regulations, 1'960.
By Command,
Assistant Secretary to Government.
Administrator's Office,
14th May, 1960.


Cambridge Examinations, December, 1960

.OTICE is hereby given that the above ex-
Saminations will t-h:e place in December as
The Entry Forms must be returned duly
completed and accompanied by Treasury receipts
for the Fees on or before Tuesday, 31st May, 1960,
The Fees payable are :
(a) For the School Certificate ... $19.20
For allother entries, there will
be a basid fee of $3.60 per can-
didate, together with $2.40 for
each subject offered.
(b) For the Higher School Certificate
approved School Candidates
(Full Entry) ... $19.20
Other entries (first unit) ... *$ 4.80
Each subsequent unit ... $ 2.40
With a maximum fee of ... $21.60
.An entry fee of $3.60 is also required of all
H.S.C. candidates.
To these must be added the following local fees:
(a) School Certificate ... $ 3.60
(b) Higher School Certificate ... $ 5 00
An additional fee of $2.40 must be paid by each
candidate taking Science in any form (except
:No late entries will be accepted.



Y virtue of the.powers vested in me under the
provisions of Section 21 of the Customs
Ordinance, Cap. 58 of the revised Laws of
Grenada, I hereby declare the undermentioned
sheds to be warehouses for the warehousing of
goods imported without payment of duty on the
first entry thereof :-

4 Sheds Nos. 1, 2, 3, & 4 on the new Pier,
Pt. George's.

Financial Secretary.
Customs '&'Excise Department,
St. George's,

Notice to Importers

AS from the 1st May, 1960, Importers-are here-
by notified that for their own convenience
they must lodge with the Customs, the'irelevant
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 instructions
may result in delay in the passage of import
warrants through Customs.

Collector,of Customs (4g.)


Grenada Volunteer Constabulary
Training Camp-1960

SEMBERS of the St. George's, Grand Roy,
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 Carriacou
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.

Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
12th April, 1960.

*GOVERNMENT. .GAZ7ETTE, MAY 14, 1960.-(No. 29.)


CDC Caribbean Scholarship

1. THE scholarship will be awarded for an ap-
proved course of study at the U iversjty
College of the West.Indies for the degree of
Bachelor uf science (Eonomics) and will late
for the normal dueual oi of ihe dugiee courss.
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
under the age of 22 on October 1st, 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 Certific:ate of Education
or the equivalent, and
one Ordinary level pass at the General
Certificate of Education or the ,equiva-
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 E ucation or the
4. The scholarship will cover the whole cost of
the University College course, inc:udiitg
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 th-reo
will be no means test. The scholarship riy
not normally be held concurrently with any;i
other award.
5. Selection will be made in consultation with
the education authority of the candidate's
,home c-,untry and such others as the Colpnial
.Development Corporation may decide. Sclec-
tion will be.sabject to conlirmation 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 ; rganidates'
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 Corporation after consultation with the
Principal of the University. College,.of The
West Indies, the holder has failed .to make
satisfactory progress.



Vacancies In The Federal Public Service

PPLICATIONS are invited from male and
female graduates between the ages of 21 and
45 years for selection and training as officers who
will be available for service in the Federal Govern-
ment's Overseas Diplomatic Service when estab-
2. Qualifications required. Applicants should
normally be University graduates in law, science,
arts, or economics who by outlook and aptitude are
suitable to represent the West Indies abroad.
3. Salaries and allowances. The grades of
officers to be trained over the next two years will
be as follows :-
Officers of the level of Senior Assistant Secre-
tary at a salary of 1,850 will be trained with'a
view to assuming administrative direction' of
Embassies or High Commissions in due course in
pos's corresponding to First Secretaries in U.K.
Offi ers of the level of Assistant Secretary at a
salary of 1,350-1,550, per annum will be trained
for appointment at a level corresponding to Second
Junior Officers in the grade 750-850-1,150
will, as Cadets, receive training over a period which
will vary with the Officer's experience and previous
study in this field. On completion they will' be
expected to assume responsibility as Third Secre-
During the training period overseas' allowances
including foreign allowances, rent .and children
allowances (where applicable) will be paid .to
officers in addition to salary. These allowances
vary according to the grade of officer, the: pro-
gramme of training and the location .where. the
training is obtained. The allowances are fixed on
the basis that they adequately cover the expenses
'the trainees will have to meet. Onu satisfactory
completion of training, an officer who is posted
overseas will also receive overseas allowances at
rntes appropriate to the country to which he is
4. Training. The normal length of training for
a cadet will be approximately 2 years and will in-
clude a short period of induction training at Federal
Headquarters, a full academic year at a University
or similar institution, an attachment at a British
Embassy of from 4 to, 6 months followed by a one-
mouth course in diplomatic practice.
Training for First and Second 'Secretaries will be
similar to that for Cadess except that, depending
upon the qualifications and experience of the officer
the periods spent on the various courses may be
5 Candidates will be required as Federal Gov-
ernment Officers to conform to the relevant
Regulations in so far as they are applicable, to
Federal General Orders and other rules and regula-
tions in force.
6. All applications should, be submitted in quad-
ruplicate on a form which may be .obtained from
the Administrator's Office, Government House,
Grenada, and should be addressed to the Secretary


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 14, 1960.-(No. 29.)

to Government, Grenada, to reach him not later
than the 201h May, 1960.
Candidates who aie already in the Public Service
should forward their applications through their
respective Governments.



APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
to the post of Marketing Officer in the
Department of Agriculture on the following terms
and conditions:-
Salary: The salary of the post is in the scale
$3,456x$144 $3,888 per annum.
Duties: The duties shall include the general
administering and working of the Marketing
Organisation, the administrating of revolving
funds for the purchase and sale- both wholesale
and retail-of foodstuffs, stock feeds and other
agricultural requisites decided upon from time to
time by the Superintendent of Agriculture and the
Marketing Advisory Board, with the concurrence
of the Minister for Production and Labour, and at
such prices as are fixed by the Board with the
approval of the Minister:
He shall direct and supervise a proper commer-
cial system of accounts for the Marketing Division.
He shall be responsible for the proper mainten-
ance and operation of all machinery and buildings
of the Marketing Division of the Department of
He shall ensure that all stores and foodstuffs of
the Marketing Dviision are adequately stored and
maintain proper means of control against damage
from insect pests and rodents.
His duties will also include the collection of
information relative to the supply of and demand
for local foodstuffs on the local market, the carry-
ing out of surveys to determine food production'
trends, and investigation of the possibilities of
overseas markets for local produce.
He will be expected to travel throughout
Grenada and Carriacou as occasion demands, both
for the purpose of buying and selling and for
maintaining contact with producers of foodstuffs,
through the staff of the Extension Service.
Travelling allowance will be paid at approved rates.
He will be directly responsible to the Super-
intendent of Agriculture who may assign other
duties to him as the need arises.
He will be subject to the Colonial Regulations
and the General Orders in force from time to time.
Preference will be given to an applicant with
commercial ability and an interest in agricultural
Applications should be addressed to the Secret-
ary of the Public Service Commission and should
reach him not later than the 15th May, 1960.

Administrator's Office,
St. George's,
30th April, 1960.


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

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitable
qualified persons for appointment to vacant
pensionable posts of Teacher Class I at the Gram-
mir 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 he useful.

3. The minimun qualification required is a degree
from a University within the British Common-
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

6. Free passages will be provided for the officer
and also for his wife and not more than three
children under the age of eighteen years who are
unmarried and 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-
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,


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 14, 1960.-(No. 29.)


Removal of Passport Office

5. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad,
The West Indies, to reach him not later than the
20th of May, 1960.

T HE public are hereby notified that the Passport 6. Any further particulars required may be
Office has been removed to the Storeskeeper's obtained from the Administrator, Grenada.

Office (near Government Printing Office) Govern-
ment Buildings, -t. George's, with effect from 1st
April, 1960.
Administrator's Office,
St. George's,
1st April, 1960.


Vacancy for Legal Draftsman, Legal Depart-
ment, Government of Trinidad and Tobago

APPLICATIONS are invited for a pensionable
post of Legal Draftsman, Legal Department,
Trinidad and Tobago.
2. The appointment is on two years' probation
in the first instance, subject to medical fitness and
carries the salary of $9,120 per annum.
3. Candidates should be Baristers-at- Law with
at least three (3) years' experience of Legislative
4. The duties of the post are to draft legislative
and other legal documents and to perform such
other duties as may be required by the Attorney-
General from time to time.
5. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad, The
West Indies, to reach him not later than 30th May,
6. Any further particulars required may be ob-
tained from the Secretary to Government, Grenada.

Vacancy for Entomologist, Government
of Trinidad and Tobago

APPLICATIONS are invited for a vacant post
of Entomologist (pensionable or on contract
for three (3) years) in the Government Service of
Trinidad and Tobago with salary in the scale
$4,800-240-$8,160 per annum; the commencing
salary will be determined by the candidate's
experience and qualifications.
2. The appointment is subject to medical fitness
and in the case of the pensionable post will be on
probation for two (2) years.
3. Candidates must be in possession of a Univer-
sity Degree in Science or Agriculture with Zoology
and Entomology as major subjects or equivalent
academic qualifications to enable them to pursue
diagnosis and investigation of pests affecting plants.
Sufficent knowledge of general agriculture to ensure
a practical outlook in dealing with epidemics is
4. The duties of the post are to diagnose and
investigate injuries to plants caused by insect and
other animal agencies including nematodes, rodents,
crustaceans, birds, etc., to advise regarding control
measures and to assist with them when necessary.
To take part in Plant Quarantine work including
inspection, treatment and certification of imported
plants and of plants for export. To perform such
other duties as the Chief Technical Officer (Agri-
culture) may from time to time direct.

Offer of Australian Scholarships under
Commonwealth Scholarship and
Fellowship Plan

TIE 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
arrange-d 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 1st March, 1961, hut in special
circumstances the age limit may be raised.
Successful applicants will in due course be required
to comply with the medical revisions of the
normal immigration requirements for entry of
students into Australia.

Applications should reach the
Government, Administrator's Office,
23rcd May, 1960.

Secretary to
not later than

Administrator's Office,

8th April, 1960.

Temporary post of Assistant Engineer, Public Works
Department, Barbados

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
the above post.
Salary in the scale $3,528x141-4,392: 4,560x
192-4,944 per annum plus a temporary cost of
living allowance of $108 per annum. The officer
will be required to provide his own motor transport
and will receive travelling allowance at current
Government rates. Appointment is non-pensionable
and terminable by one month's notice on either
Applicants should a recognized building or con-
structional qualification and should have had wide
experience in the supervision of large building
The officer will be required to supervise the
erection by direct labour of large building projects
and will be responsible for accounting for the
necessary labour and material.
Applications should be submitted to the Chief
Secretary, Gov-rnment Headquarters, Bay Street,
St, Michael, Barbados to reach him not later than
21st May, 1960.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 14, 1960.-(No. 29.)


In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands (Grenada)

Suit No 82 of 1958





BY Order made 21st March, 1959, there will
be offered for sale at the Registrar's Office, at
St. George's, on Friday the 20th day of May,
1960, at 12.00 o'clock noon, all the right title and
interest of the above named Defendant in :
ALL THAT estate called Palmiste containing
four hundred and sixty acres, approximately situate
in St. John's, bounded as described in the Indenture,
dated on or about 17th April, 1926, made between
Low FERGUSON, recorded in the Deeds and Land
Registry of Grenada, in Liber 18 page 814 SAVE
AND EXCEPT the premises known as The
Palmiste Beach Club.
The interest of the Defendant in the said estate is
believed to be :
1. An undivided quarter in fee simple in possess-
ion subject to an executory devise over in favour of
the event of the death of the Defendant without
having had issue who shall have attained the age
of twenty-one years.
2. Another undivided quarter in fee simple in
possession, (formerly the property of MONICA
BLACKBURN) subject to an executory devise over
in favour of the said DONALD FERGUSON and
CLAYTON FERGUSON in the event of the said
MONICA BLACKBURN dying without having had
issue who shall have attained the age of twenty-one
3. A contingent interest in another quarter in
the event of the said DONALD FERGUSON dying
without having had issue who shall have attained
the age of twenty-one years.
4. A contingent interest in another quarter in the
event of the said CLAYTON FERGUSON dying
without having had issue who shall have attained
the age of twenty-one years, which above interests
are subject :--
(i) As to the Defendant's two undivided quarter
shares to a mortgage dated 8th July, 1955, made
between the Defendant MONICA BLACKBURN and
CREYMON PARYAG and the Incorporated Trustees
of the Church of England and recorded in the
Deeds and Land Registry of Grenada, in Liber R 9
page 466 upon which $14,400.00 with interest
thereon from 9th April, 1958 at the rate of $7.00
per centum per annum is owing.
(ii) As to the Defendant's original quarter share
to a mortgage dated 8th September, 1958, made

between the Defendant and CLAYTON FERGUSON
aforesaid and recorded in the Deeds and Land
Registry in Liber V 9, page 706 upon which
$3,360.00 with interest thereon from 9th Septem-
ber, 1955 at the rate of $7.00 per centum per
annum is owing.
(iii) A charge in favour of the Government of
Grenada upon the Defendant's interest and interest
of the said CLAYTON FERGUSON for $48,288.14
under the Agriculture Rehabilitation Ordinance.
The above is being sold free from Judgment
against the said Defendant so far as known.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of sale
a copy of which can ,ue seen at the Regisirar's
of $25,828.04.

Deputy Registrar.

Registrar's Office,
St. George's,



Bishops' High School For Girls-Education
Department, (British Guiana)

Vacancies For Mistresses

Appointment: pensionable (age limit 40 years),
or on contract for three years initially : salary scale
$3,048-$5,760 per annum. Commencing salary
according to qualifications and/or experience. ron-
tract appointment carries gratuity of 222%.
Applications from married women and from persons
who expect to obtain their qualifications during
1960 will be considered.
2. Qualifications. A Degree from a University
preferably within the British Commonwealth, in
any of the following subjects :-(i) Mathematics
(ii) Physics (iii) Chemistry (iv) Zoology (v) French
(vi) Spanish (vii) Geography (viii) English (ix)
History or a combination of any two of these
subjects. For some of the posts preference will be
given to candidates with Honours Degrees. A
Diploma in Education and/or teaching experience
will be an advantage.
3, Information as to duties of the posts and
conditions of service is obtainable on request from
the Secretary to Government, Administrator's
Office, St. George's, Grenada.
4. Applications giving personal data and accom-
panied by two recent testimonials (not applicable
to Public Officers) should be delivered to the Sec-
retary, Public Service Commission, Post Office
Box 224, Georgetown, British Guiana, not later than
17th May, 1960.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 14, 1960.-(No. 29.) 185

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association

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

Area Date 1960 Place Time

St. Andrew's ... 10th May G.C.N.A. building, Jubilee 4.30 p.m.
Street, Grenville
St. Patrick's ... 10th May Sauteurs Anglican School 5.00 p.m.
St. David's ... 11th May St. David's R.C. School 5.00 p.m.
St. Mark's ... 11th May Victoria Anglican School 7.00 p.m.
St. John's ... 12th May Grand Roy Gov't. School 5.00 p.m.
St. George's ... 12th May Beaulieu R.C. School 6.00 p.m.

Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held
at the Rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday, 26th
May, 1960, at 2 p.m.

1. Minutes of the last General Meeting.
2. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
3. Financial Statement for the half-year ended 31st December, 1959.
4. Election of six (6) Members to serve on Nutmeg Board.
5. General Business.


28th April, 1960.


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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



Green Nutmegs

Dry do.


Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings

25 Cents per lb.

38 do.

12 do.

$1.20 do.

60 Cents.

0 do. ,,


Date fixed: 8th December, 1958.



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