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GRENADA


Government Gazette.



78. SAINT GEORGE'S, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1960. [No. 33.
VOL. 78.] SAINT GEORGE'S, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1960. [No. 33.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 201.
W ITH reference to Gazette notice No. 112, it
is hereby notified that the appointment of
Mr. UNTO ERIK PIETILAINEN as Finnish Vice-
Council in London has been terminated with effect
from 30th April, 1960.

APPOINTMENT
No. 202.
MR. AARNI PENTTI JUHAN TALVITIE has been
S appointed as Consul of Finland in London
for the United Kingdom and its oversea territories.
The Exequatur empowering Mr. TALVITTE to
act in his consular capacity received Her Majesty's
signature on 11th April, 1960.
M.P. 115V
8th June, 1960.

No. 203.
rpHE undermentioned Ordinance, which has
T been assented to by His Honour the Adminis-
trator, is published with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 16 of 1960.-An Ordinance to legalise the
expenditure of certain sums of money paid
from the General Revenue for the service of
the Colony for the period from the first day
of January to the thirty-first day of Decem-
her, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-
eight in addition to the sums already
sanctioned under the Appropriation Ordin-
ance, 1958.
Copies of this Ordinance may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the Treasury,
District Revenue and Post Offices and Police
Stations.
10th June, 1960.


No. 204.
HE following document is circulated with and
forms part of this Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 18-The Customs (Schedules
Amendment) Regulations, 1960.

By Command,

LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Assistant Secretary to Government.

Administrator's Office,
10th June, 1960.



NOTICE

Rearing of Pigs in the Town of St. George


A portion of land at Queen's Park at the far end
of the Football Field has been made available
to he used by persons in the town of St George for
rearing pigs.
All persons in the town of St. George who are
now rearing pigs are advised to contact the Care-
taker of Queen's Park, Mr. Norris La Crete, who
will indicate-the site to them.

Ministry of Social Services,
Grenada, W.T.,
1st June, 1960.
ss 174/01


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218 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 10, 1960.- (No. 33).

NOTICE OF WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS


NOTICE is hereby given that the Clerks Wages Council intends to recommend to the Administrator
certain Wages Regulation Proposals under authority of Section 10 (1) (a) and (b) of the Wages
Councils Ordinance, 1951 (No. 4 of 1951).
A draft of the Proposals is published in this issue of the Gazette and copies may be obtained from
the Labour Department.
Any person who wishes to lodge any objection with respect to the draft Proposals should submit to
the Secretary of the Clerks Wages Council, C/o the Labour Department, not later than 14 days'from the
date of publication of this Notice in the Gazette, whatever representations he may wish to make.
Every objection must be in writing and must state:-
(a) the specific grounds of objections; and
(b) the omissions, additions and modifications asked for.

(Sgd.) J. H. V. REDHEAD,
Chairman, Clerks Wages Council.


WAGES REGULATION PROPOSALS


Draft of proposed Wages Regulation to be Recommended to the Administrator under
Section 10 (1) (a) and (b) of the Wages Councils Ordinance, 1951-(No. 4 of 1951)


In accordance with the powers conferred upon the Clerks Wages Council by Section 10 (1) (a) and
(b) of the Wages Councils Ordinance, 1951 (No. 4 of 1951), the following wages Regulation Proposals
are hereby published for general information :-
1. Minimum Wage: (1) The following shall be the minimum wages to be paid to persons
employed in any wholesale business for serving customers, receiving orders or despatching goods, canvass
ing business of any kind, keeping books or accounts or doing other clerical or commercial work and to
persons doing any other clerical work in any undertaking whatsoever.
(a) $55.00 per month for persons employed in the Town of St. George.
(b) $45.00 per month for persons employed in the Town of Grenville.
(c) $40.00 per month for persons employed in the Towns of Sauteurs, Victoria, Hillsborough
and Charlotte Town (Gouyave).
(d) $35.00 per month for persons employed in places other than those already mentioned
in this subsection.
(2) The following shall be the minimum wages to be paid to persons employed solely in the
conduct of retail trade in any business.
(a) $44.00 per month for persons employed in the Town of St. George.
(b) $38.00 per month for persons employed in the Town of Grenville.
(c) $32.00 per month for persons employed in the Towns of Sauteurs, Victoria, Hillsborough
and Charlotte Town (Gouyave).
(d) $25.00 per month for persons employed in places other than those already mentioned in
this subsection.
Provided that the proprietor of such business possesses a certificate issued by the Labour Com-
missioner to the effect that the proprietor is engaged solely in the conduct of retail trade.

2. Holiday with pay: (1) Each of those persons mentioned in the preceding section shall receive
three weeks vacation leave annually except in respect of the fifth year of service when he shall receive
four weeks, the tenth year and each subsequent fifth year of service when he shall receive six weeks.
Provided that a person during his first year of service shall receive only two weeks vacation.
(2) For the purpose of this section service after the first year must be with the same employer.
(3) If the exigencies of the business require it and the employee refuses to forego his leave the
employer may postpone the leave until the following year when the employee may enjoy such postponed
leave and the current leave either as one or two periods of leave in that year at his election.

3. Holiday Remuneration : An employee who agrees to forego his leave at the request of his
employer shall receive, in addition to his regular wages a sum equal to the amount he would have
received while on leave had he not agreed to forego his leave.

(Sgd.) J. H. V. REDHEAD,
Chairman,
Clerks Wages Council.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 10, 1960.-(No. 33.)


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

TREASURY

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 1938.

Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
ending 31st December, 1860.

Regulation 22 of the Motor Yehicles
and Read Traffic Regulations, 1938,


0WNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-year inspection of these vehicles will commence
as follows:-

St. George's Fire Station:
Wednesday 1st June, 1960.
Wednesd ty 8th June, 1960.
Wednesday 15th June, 1960.
Wednesday 22nd June, 1960.
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Police Station Grenville :
Thursday 2nd June, 1960.
Thursday 9th June, 1960.
Thursday 16th June, 1960.
Thursday 23rd June, 1960.
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Police Station Sauteurs :
Friday 3rd June, 1960.
Friday 10th June, 1960
Friday 17th June, 1960.
Friday 24th June, 1930.
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m."daily.

Police Station Victoria :
Tuesday 7th June, 1960,"from 9.00 a.m. to
12 noon.
Tuesday 14th June, 1960, from 9.00 a.m. to
3.00 p.m.
Tuesday 28th June, 1960, from 9.00 a.m. to
3.00 p.m.

Police Station Gouyave :
Tuesday 7th June, 1960, from 1.00 p.m. to
3.00 p.m.
Monday 20th June, 1960, from 9.00 a.m. to
3.00 p.m.
Monday 27th June, 1960, from 9.00 a.m. to
3.00 p.m.

Police Station St. David's :
Tuesday 21st June, 1960.
Wednesday 29th June, 1960.
from 9.00 a.m to 3.00 p.m.

Police Station Carriacou:
Monday 4th to Friday 8th July, 1960,
from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their respec-
tive District Revenue Offices and then approach
the Inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffic


Branch, New Fire Station, in advance with a view
to effecting any alterations that may be necessary
to comply with the provisions of the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1938, and of the
Regulations made thereunder.
Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must have been recently overhauled.
The body and wings, axle, chassis, frame, steering
arms,springs, trackrods, brake connections, shackles,
bolts, nuts, split pins, engine, engine shield and
case, cluch, gearbox, magneto or coil, air filter,
carburettor, and all working parts must be cleaned
in order to admit of proper examination. Dust
covers, if used, must be removed before presentation
in order to admit of an examination being made in
full. All split pins etc., must be clearly exposed
also chassis and engine numbers. Drivers' seat,
must be be securely fastened so that the driver
can have proper control over the vehicle. Spot
lights, musical horns and whistles are strictly
prohibited. Each vehicle must have its tare and
maximum gross weight painted in white figures not
less than 21 inches in height upon a black ground
in a conspicuous place on the right or offside of
the vehicle.
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7,8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the Regula-
tions, No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a condition
as to render each letter or figure readily dis-
tinguishable. The attention of owners of Motor
Omnibuses and Goods Vehicles is specially directed
to Regulation 23 (11) (a) regarding the position of
front lamps. Spot lights will not be allowed except
with the written approval of the Licensing
Authority.
The attention of the owners of Hiring Cars and
Motor Omnibuses is directed to the %Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) Regulations,
No. 70 of 1946, which require that printing copies
of the Tariffs of Maximum Fares be displayed in
such vehicles. These are now available and may
be purchased at the Treasury, St. George's, and at
any District Revenue Office, at 4 cents per copy.
Vehicles which have been found by the inspector
to have defect must not be used on the roads until
they have been issued with a Certificate, certifying
that the vehicles may be duly licensed.


17th May, 1960.


G. E. C. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary,
Licensing Authority.


NOTICE

THE Government Warehouses at Huggins, Hub-
bard and the Arcon Building on the Carenage,
St. George's, will be closed down from 31st May,
1960.
Importers are requested to clear the goods lying
in any of these sheds before this date.

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

Treasury & Customs,
St. George's,
11th May, 1960.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 10, 1960.-(No. 33.)


NOTICE

A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons (females) for temporary em-
ployment as an X-Ray technician in the Colony
Hospital. The appointment would be on a month
to month basis and at a flat salary of $1,555.20
per annum.
The applicants should hold at least the Cambridge
School Certificate or the G. C. E. Passes or credits
in chemistry, physics, or general science will be an
advantage.
Applications should be addressed to the Secretary,
Public Service Commission, and should reach him
not later than 13th June, 1960.

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


THE WEST INDIES

Recruitment of Officers for New
Federal Ships


A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment as deck
and engineer officers to serve on the two new
ships which are being provided for The West
Indies by the Government of Canada.
2. Particulars of the various positions and the
qualifications required are as follows:-


Master



Chief Officer

Chief Engineer

Second Engineer
Radio Officer


Second Officer

Third Officer

Third Engineer


Master's Foreign-going Certificate
with at least 2 years in com-
mand, preferably in passenger
carrying vessels.
First Mate's Foreign-going certi-
ficate.
SFirst Class Ministry of Trans-
port or equivalent certificate
with motor endorsement.
3 years experience and over at
sea with First or Second Class


certificate.
First Mate's certifi-
cate
Second Mate's cer-
tificate
Second Class certi-
ficate with motor
endorsement


Fourth Engineer Uncertified
Chief Steward Previous experience
and Purser vessels for at le


Electrician


Preferably
foreign
going.



in passenger


ast 3 years.


Preferably with Cook's qualifi-
cations.
Licensed with 3 years service
at sea.


In' the recruitment of officers, preference will be
given to suitable West Indian candidates in
possession of the required qualifications and
experience.
3. Applicants should furnish particulars of their
age, qualifications and experience, with details of
certificates of competency held and the authority
by whom issued, copies of two recent testimonials,


and the names of two referees. Applications should
be addressed to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry
of Communications and Works, Federal House,
Port of Spain, Trinidad, to reach him not later than
the 30th June, 1960.
4. Rates of pay and other conditions of service
have not yet been determined but these are expected
to be approximately at the level of National Mari-
time Board scales applicable to British ships.
5. The ships for which crews are being recruited
are each of 1,500 tons, with accommodation for
50 cabin and 200 deck passengers, and a cargo
capacity of some 80,'00 cubic feet and will be
engaged in maintaining a regular service between
the various Territories of the Federation. It is
expected that they will be completed around the
middle of 1961.
The Chief Engineer will be required to assume
duty from four to six months before the completion
date, and the Master, First Officer, Second Engineer
and Electrician to join the ship some two to three
months later. The remaining officers will probably
be assigned to the ships just before their delivery
to the Federal Government.


NOTICE


West Indian Study Programme Fellowships at the
University of California, Los Angeles
24, California



1. Applications are invited from West Indian
graduates or from those who intend to graduate in
June, 1960 for a number of West Indian Study
Programme Fellowships tenable at the University
of California in the Department of Anthropology
and Sociology.
2. Graduates need not have a background in
Sociology. Graduates with a background in eco-
nomics, history, mathematics or related subjects
will be considered.
3. The value of the Fellowship is $2,550 (U.S.)
for the school year, which may be supplemented by
full-time employment during the summer months.
4. The successful students at the end of the year
of the Fellowship may request a continuation of
their Fellowships in order to read for the M.A. and/
or Ph.D. degrees.
5. The air coach fare from the West Indies to
Los Angeles will be paid.
6. The normal period for completing an M.A.
degree is two years and the Ph.D. a further two
years.
7. The closing date for receiving applications
in California will be 15th June, 1960.
8. Interested candidates should forward their
applications direct to the undermentioned address.

H. L. WYNTER,
Senior Assistant Registrar.

Registry,
University College of the
West Indies, Mona.
Sth April, 1960.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 10, 1960.-(No. 38.)


NOTICE

Post of Chief Engineer, Waterworks
Department, Barbados

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
Sthe abovementioned post which will become
vacant on 6th September, 1960.
Appointment: The post is pensionable, with
a salary of $8,160 per annum plus a temporary
non-pensionable C.O.L.A. of $108 per annum.
Salary is subject to a deduction of 4% per annum
in accordance with the provisions of the Widows'
and Orphans' Pension Act, 1928. Appointment is
subject to medical fitness and to a probationary
period of two years.
Qualifications: Oorporate membership of In-
stitution.of Civil Engineers or comparable Institu-
tion of Engineers and .at leoas 10 years' experience
.i, a senior .executive position in a water under-
taking.
DIigAs : Respcaibitity for the control, direc-
tion and extension of the water supply service of
the Island serving a population of approximately
232,000 over an area of 166 square miles with
supply of approximately 11 million gallons a day
obtained from well sources by means of electrically-
driven pumping plant established at several stations.
Leave: Vacation leave is at the rate of 45 days'
a year accumulated up to 180 days. Casual and
sick leave are also granted.
Passages : Passages of officer and family are
payable on appointment tp to a maximum of $1,920.
Leave passages for officer and wife are payable
every 3 years.
Applications stating age, qualifications and
experience and accompanied by relevant certificate
and at least two recent testimonials, should be
submitted to the Chief Secretary, Government
Headquarters, Bay Street, St. Michael, Barbados,
to resch him not later than 25th June, 1960.


COURT NOTICES

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands (Grenada).

OTICE is hereby given that a 8cssion of the
Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal Juris-
diction, will be held at the Court House in the
town of St. George on Tuesday, the 14th day of
June, 1960, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon when
and where all concerned and bound over to prose-
cute or to give evidence or summoned as Jurors or
witnesses are required to give their personal
attendance, and all officers who have taken
Iniquisitions, Depositions, Examin itions, Recog-
nizances or other papers cognizable by the Court
are required to return the same without delay to
this office.
Dated this 3rd day of May, 1960.

ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court.
Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
Grenai; W\. I.


GRENADA.

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands



Suit No. 86 of 1955

On Appeal to the Federal Supreme Court.

Civil Appeal No. 2 of 1958

Between


*PHILJSERT NOEL


And

VBROUICA (other*is~ called ELOISE)
NOEL, LAWRENCE NOEL, JANE NOEL,
AUGUSTINA NOEL, DENIS NOEL, Defendants
EVELYN 'OEL and BLIZABETH j
MAAQHALL

OR SALE at this Office on Friday the 24 day of
June, 1960 at 12.00 o'clok noni by Order made
the 25th day of April, 1960. All the right title
and interests of the defendants VERONICA (dther-
wise called ELOISE) NOEL and JANE NOEL in
Lot 1 hereinafter described and the right title and
interests of the said VERONICA (otherwise called
ELOISE) MOEL, DENIS NOEL and EVELYN NOEL
in Lot 2 hereinafter described.
1. A lot of land at Cherry Hill, St. Andrew's,
Grenada, containing about 'I Roods and
bounded on one side by land of Mrs. CHARLES
on another side by the Public Road on
another side by land of Mr. CHOICEMAN and
on the remaining side by land part of
Sincerity Estate. RESERVED PRICE
175. 0. 0.
2. A lot of land at Harford's Village, St.
Andrew's, Grenada, containing about 2
Roods and bounded by lands of FENDERSON
FELIX and land of BRINET WISE and
the Harford's Village Public Road.
RESERVED PRICE 180. 0. 0.
The respective interests of the said defendants
are believed and taken to be as follows:
(1) Veronica (Otherwise called Eloise) Noel an
estate for life in both lots of land.
(2) Jane Noel an estate in fee simple in Lot 1
subject to the aforesaid life estate.
(3) Denis Noel and Evelyn Noel an estate in
fee simple in equal shares in Lot 2 subject
to the aforesaid life estate.
The same is sold free from all Judgments
against the said defendants so far as they nre
known and subject to the usual conditions of sale
a copy of which may be seen at this Office.

ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Deputy Rey/istrar.

Registrar's Ofice,
3rd June 1900.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 10, '1960.-(No. 33.)


NOTICE

Post of Assistant Labour Commissioner,
St. Lucia


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified and experienced persons for appoint-
ment to the post of Assistant Labour Commis-
sioner, St. Lucia. Candidates should possess the
Cambridge School Certificate or equivalent ednca-
tional qualification and should have had experience
in Industrial Relations.
Appointment: The post is pensionable and is
subject to two years' probation in the first instance
The officer will be subject to Colonial Regulations
local General Orders and Financial Rules for the
time being in force so far as they are practicable.
Salary : The salary of the post is in the scale
$1,112 x $96-$2638 per annum, plus %20 pay
addition.
Quarters : Quarters are not provided.
Leave : Vacation leave on full salary will b(
granted as follows:-
(i) Salary of $2,300 per annum and over--4
days per annum.
(ii) Salary of less than $2,300 per annum-3(
days per annum.
Passage : Free passages to St. Lucia will b,
provided for the officer, his wife and children.
Duties: The officer will be required to assis
the Labour Commissioner in the administration
of the Labour Department, and will be required t4
carry out such other duties as may from time ti
time be assigned to him by the Labour Commis
sioner.


Quarters : Quarters are not provided.
Leave : Vacation leave on full pay will ibe
granted at the rate of 36 days per annum and may
be accumulated up to a maximum of 144 days.
Passage : Free passages to St. Lucia will be
provided for the officer, his wife ard children.
Duties: The officer will be required to carry
out inspection of places of employment and of
employers' records as provided fcr under the Labour
Laws of the Colony. In addition, he will be
required to perform clerical and such other duties
as from time to time may be assigned to him by
the Labour Commissioner.
Taxation : All Government officers are liable to
Taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications, giving-full particulars, and accom-
panied by two testimonials (which will not be
returned) should be addressed to the Chief Secret-
Sary, Government Office, Castries, St. Lucia, and
T must reach him not later than 30th June, 1960.




NOTICE
5
Vacancy for Slipway Foreman and Diver,
6 Government of Trinidad and Tobago



APPLICATION. are invited for a vacant post
t of Slipway Foreman and Diver in the
n Government Service of Trinidad and Tobago with
o salary in the scale of $4,200-120-$5,040 per
o annum ; the commencing salary will be determined
- by the candidates experience and qualifications.


2. The appointment is subject to medical fitness
Taxation: All Government officers are liable and will be on contract for three (3) years in the
to taxation imposed by local legislation, first instance.


Applications, giving full particulars and accom-
panied by two testimonials (which will not be re-
turned) should be addressed to the Chief Secretary,
Government Office, Castries, St. Lucia, and must
reach him not later than 30th June, 1960.




NOTICE

Post of Labour Inspector, St. Lucia



APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
the post of Labour Inspector, St.Lucia.


3. Candidates should be experienced Divers with
a general knowledge of harbour works, maintenance
and construction. They should also be competent
tradesmen, preferable shipwrights.
4. The duty of the post are to supervise and
carry out all instructions from the Docking Master
relating to the preparation of the cradle and plac-
ing of blocks. To assist the Docking Master at all
dockings and carry out under-water inspections
when necessary to ensure perfect docking of
vessels. To assist supervision of repair works to
vessels on instructions. To carry out and super-
vise all necessary repairs, alterations and adjust-
ments to the Slipway structure. To carry out
Government and non-Government diving opera-
tions in the Harbour. To perform such other
duties as the general Manager may from time to


Appointment : The post is non-pensionable and time direct.
is subject to one year's probation in the first in-
stance. The officer will be subject to Colonial 5. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Regulations, local General Orders and Financial Secretary, Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad,
Rules for the time being in force so far as they are The West Indies, to reach him not later than the
applicable. 21st June, 1960.
Salary : The salary of the post is in the scale 6. Any further particulars required may be
$1,872 x $96-$2,160 per annum, plus 20% pay obtained from the Secretary to Government,
addition. Grenada.


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NOTICE 5. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Red House, Port of Spain, Trinidad,
Vacancy for Docking Master and Shipwright Tne West Indies, to reach him not later than the
Foreman, Government of Trinidad 21st June, 1900.
and Tobago 6. Any further particulars required may be ob-
tained from the Secretary to Government,
Grenada.

APPLICATIONS are invited for a post of Dock-
ing Master ani Shipwright Foreman in the VACANCY NOTICE
Government Service of Trinidad and Tobago with
salary in the scale $4,200-120-$5,040 per Agricultural Department, British Guiana
annum; the commencing salary will be deter- Vacancy cr Chemist
mined by the candidate's experience and qualifica- acanc
tion.


Appointment: Pensionable subject to proba-


-. 1ne apuoinunluewi is subject Uo medical nIbness tionary period of twelve months, or on contract for
and will be on contract for three (3) years in the three years in the first instance, contract appoint-
first instance meant carries gratuity at the rate of 22%' of salary.
3. Candidates should have te:i (10) years 2. Salary: $4,272 per annum in the. scale
general experience of slipways and dockyard with $3,636-$6,720 per annum plus one increment for
at least two (2) years' as a Foreman Shipwright each year of approved relevant post-graduite expe-
in direct charge of dry docking and slipping rience above that required for appointment.
vessels up to 2,000 tons. They must be capable
of reading and preparing docking plans. A basic 3. Qualifications : A degree in Chemistry or
knowledge of ship construction is essential. Appli- Agricultural Chemistry from a recognized University
cants with experience of compressors, winches, and two years' post-gr aduate training and/or expe-
portable pimps and other light mechanical equip- rienc3 in Agricultural Chemistry. Experience in
ment will be given preference, design and analysis of field expe-iments is desirable.
4. The duties of the post are to take charge of 4 Information as to duties of post and conditions
the slipping of all types of vessels on the 50-ton of service is obtainable, on request, from the See-
and 1,800-ton slipways including the preparation retary to Government, Government Bouse, Gren-
of the cradle and blocks; to assist in supervision ada.
of the operating and maintenance of all slipways, 5. Applications giving personal data and accom-
machinery and equipment, winches, pumps, corn- panied by two recent testimonials (not applicable to
pressors, jacks, etc.; to control all labour and Public Olicers) should be delivered to the Secretary,
materials" used on slipways. To perform such Public Service Cormmission, Post! O :ce Building,
other duties as the General Manager mty from Georgetown British Guiana, not later than 2nd
time to time direct. July, 1960.



UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALI RlS' LICENCES ORI)INANCE


OTICE is hereby given that the Quarterly Licensing Session for the District of St. Andrew's for
the hearing of applications for the granting of certificates under the above Ordinance, will be
held at the Court House, Grenville on Thursday the 23rd day of June, 1960, at 9.00 in the forenoon.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates


Name of Applicant


Guy O. Archibald
Rose Bleasdille
Stella Charles
Catherine Douglas
Gladys John
Leontine Lewis
Newton Mereigh
Raymond Maitland
Joseph McGuire
Catherine Palmer


Occupation


Proprietor
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper
Chauffeur
Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper


residence Desctiptior-i of promises sought to bi licensed
i


Pearls
Crochu
Tivoli
Dunfermline
Sendall Street
Union
Hope
Tivoli
La Digue
Richmond


Wall building at Pearls.
Wall building at Crochu.
Wooden building at Tivcli.
Stone building at Dunfermline.
Wooden building at Sendall Street.
Wooden building at Union.
Wooden building at Hope.
Wooden building at Tivoli.
Wooden building at La Digue.
Wooden building at Richmond.


Magistrate's Office,
Grenville,
30th April, 1&60.


RUPERT G. JOHN,
-Magistrate, Eastern District.


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324


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 10, 1960.-(No. 33.)


UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE


OTICE is hereby given thtt the Quarterly Licensing Session for the hearing of applications for the
granting of Certificates under the above Ordinance, will be held at the Court House, Gouyave,
on Friday, 17th June, 1960.
Particulars of Applications for New Certificates

ST. JOHN'S

Name of ApplicnRt OIccupation Residence Description of premises sought to be licensed


Olive Wade ... Shopkeeper Gouyave Wall building at Gouyave.
William Franklin ,. Shopkeeper Gouyave Wooden building at Gouyave.


Magistrate's Office, R. A. GLEAN,
Gonyave, for Magistrate, Western District.
28th May, 196C.











UNDER THE LIQUOR DEALERS' LICENCES ORDINANCE


NOTICE is hereby given that the Quarterly Licensing Session for the Southern District for the
S hearing of applications for the granting of Certificates under the above Ordinance will be held at
the Magistrate's Court House, St. George's, on Monday the 20th June, 1960, at 9.00 a.m.

Particulars of Applications for New Certificates

Name of Applicant Occupation Residence Situation of premises sought to be licensed


B. N. Davis, Son & Co. .. St. George's Young Street, ground floor of Mr. Arnold
Williamson's building.
The Grenada Sugar
Factory, Ltd. ... Woodlands Woodlands
Andrew Harper ... Shopkeeper Springs Springs
James Milne (G'da) Ltd. St. George's James Milne (G'da), Ltd., St. George's
Zerina Matthews .. Grand Mal Grand Mal
W. Neptune ... Shopkeeper Springs Beaulieu
C. A. Strachan ... Tyrrel Street Tyrrel Street
Dudley M. Slinger ... Merchant Grand Hotel Granby Street
Mitchell Thomas ... Carpenter Paddock Paddock


Magistrate's Office,
St. George's,
31st May, 1960.


J. J. COPLAND,
.,. "-.'rate, Southern Distrzct.











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225


LABOUR DEPARTMENT,
GRENADA, W. I.
31st May, 1960.


T EIE following memorandum on the subject of Cost-of-Living Index Figures, in so far as agricultural
workers are concerned, is published for general information.
The index was revised in June, 1957 and is shown hereunder as a new series.

JOHN R. DA BREO,
Labour Commissioner.


COST OF LIVING INDEX FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1960.



The revised Cost-of-Living Index for all items for the month of April, 1960, is 105.9, a rise of
5.9 points over the base figure for June, 1957, taken as 100.
The following table shows the Cost-of-Living Index Figures at the end of each month up to June,
1957, as compared with the base year August, 1939, taken as 100; as well as the figures in the new
series with the base figure at June taken as 100:-


March IApril May


175
167
181
182
195
210
206
220
217
272
289
290
292
290
294

102
104
107


172
172
182
182
195
212
205
220
220
272
290
290
292
290
296

102
104
106


June




17'1
177
183
182
199
213
205
220
235
272
290
291
291
295
289
100
102
104


July




171
178
184
184
199
209
204
220
277
287
290
291
291
295

100
103
104


Aig, Sept. Oct. Nov.


100
173
172 173 I 167 169
179 178 179 179
184 184 180 1S0
184 184 188 190
204 208 204 206
209 208 206 206
204 204 213 213


220
277
284
290
291
288
293

100
103
105


21r
258
284
290
291
288
292

100
103
105


Food : There was an increase in the retail price of dried and salted fish which resulted in an
increase of 0.7 point above the figure for March, 1960. The group index figure now stands at 106.9.
Clothing : During the period under review there were decreases in the retail prices of men's
felt hats and brassieres which outweighed an increase in women cotton vests and caused a decrease of
0.03 point below the figure for March, 1960. The group index figure is now 111.47.
Fuel and Cleaning : There were no changes in the retail prices of the items in this group during
the period. Like March, 1960 the group index figure remained at 101.2.
Drink and Tobacco : Due to a decrease in the retail price of strong rum which resulted in a
decrease of 11.7 points below the March, 1960 figure. The group index figure fell to 89. 1.
Miscellaneous goods : There was an increase in the retail price of teacups and saucers which
caused an increase of 1.4 points above the figure for March, 1960. The group index figure now stands
at 116.1.


Jan.




173
168
180
184
190
210
206
220
216
264
289
290
291
290
294

101
104
107


1,42
1939

1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957

1958
1959
1960


Feb.




174
167
181
182
190
210
206
220
216
271
289
290
292
290
294

102
104
106


Dec,



173
i69
179
181
190
206
206
220
216
263
284
289
291
288
294

101
104
106


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226 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JUNE 10, 1960--No. 83.)


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,
Secretary


Dite fixed: 8th December, 1958.


GRENADA.

PRFKTFD BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OPPICE,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1960.


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