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Publication Date: July 16, 1960
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Government Gazette.



78. SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960. o. 40.
VoL. 78.~SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960. ;No. 40-


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Efficiency Bar Examination, June, 1960
No. 258.
TiHE following officers have been successful in
the Efficiency Bar Eximinailon held in June,
1960, and their names appear ii.order of merit:-
Mr. Rudolphus Robert
Miss Verna Benjamin
Miss Catherine Stephen
Miss Margaret Phillip
Miss Cecily Coard
Mr. Reynold St. Louis
Miss Sonia Emmanuel.
2. The undermentioned officers who were referred
at the last examination have been successful in
their "referred" subject and are now regarded as
having passed the examination :-
Mrs. Rosa Fletcher
Mr. Cuthbert WVilson
Mrs. E. Strachan
Mr. H. G. Delves
Miss Noreen Neckles.
3. The following officers have been referred and
will be regarded as having passe- the examination
if they pass in the subject opposite their names in
the next examination :-
Joseph Brathwaite ... Precis & Minute


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Wilberforce Robinson
Dudley Hood
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L6th July, 1960.


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APPOINTMENTS


259.


s notified for general inform tioa that the P.F. 1253.
olluwing persons have been appointed members I 12th Ju


of the Marketing Advisory Board which has been
set up by Government to assist in the framing of
policy in respect of the marketing of loo 1 products
and the organisation of the Government Marketing
Division; for the period ending 31st December,
1961:
The Sup rioten-lent of Agriculture, Chairman
Senator A. N. Hughes, J.P., representing the
Grenada Chamber of t'ommerce
Mr. G. B. James, representing the Grenada
Farmers' Club Council
Major F. W. Power, representing the Grenada
Agriculturists' Union
The Accountant, Central Agricultural Rehabilita-
tion Committee
Mrs. F. R. Phillips
Mrs. D. A. Mason.
Ministry of Production and Labour,
Grenad i.
M.P. P.L. 2331r.
11th July, 1960.

No. 260.
IR. NEVILLE GLEAN has been appointed as a
Class III Clerk, posted at the Magistrate's
Office, Gouyave, on probation for one year, with
effect from 1st June, 1960.
P.F. 1314.
12th July, 1960.

No. 261.
SISS ALMA LEWIS has been appointed as a
SClass III Clerk, posted at the Inland Revenue
Department, on probation for one year, with effect
from 14th October, 1959.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1960.-(No. 40.)


No. 262. No. 270.
MR. GEORGE WILSON has been appointed as a THE Right Honourable the Secretary of State for
i Class III Clerk, posted at the Inland Revenue I the Colonies has notified the Administrator
Department, on probation for one year with effect that the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
from ]st June, 1960. Majesty's powers of disallowance with respect to
P.F. 1302. the following Ordinances of the Grenada Legisla-
ture :-
12th July, 1960.


No. 263.
MISS SHIRLEY FREDERICK has been appointed
i as a Class III Clerk, posted at the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, on probation for one year
with effect from 1st June, 1960.
P.F. 1275.
9th July, 1960.

No. 264.
MR. FREDERICK WELLINGTON has been appoint-
ed as Technical Assistant, Livestock and
Poultry Scheme, Department of Agricultare, with
effect from 1st June, 1960.
P.F, 1165.
14th July, 1960.

No. 265.
ISS MERLE BULLEN has been appointed as a
Class III Clerk, posted at the Administrator's
Office, on probation for one year, with effect from
1st June, 1960.
P.F. 1299.
14th July, 1960.

No. 266.
.. JUSTIN A. BEGGS, has been appointed as a
SClass III Clerk, posted at the Administrator's
Office, on probation for one year, with effect from
1st January, 1960.
P,F. 1295.
14th July, 1960.

RESUMPTION
No. 267.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 5 of the
5th January, 1960, Mr. A. L. JAMES, Class
I Clerk, Audit Department, resumed duty with
effect from 27th May, 1960.
P.F. 414.
12th July, 1960.

No. 268.
n ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 128 of
V the 9th April, 1960, Mr. H. G. DELVES,
Class III Clerk, Accountant General's Department,
has resumed duty with effect from 13th June,
1960.
P.F. 1005.
9th July, 1960.

No. 269.
ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 134 of
W the 20th April, 1960, Mr. JOHN FRANCIS,
Class I Clerk, Treasury Department (Statistics)
has resumed duty with effect from 1st July, 1960.
P.F. 472.
9th July, 1960.


No. 12 of 1960.-An Ordinance to authorise the
imposition of duties of Customs where goods
have been dumped or subsidized and for pur-
poses connected therewith.
No. 14 of 1960.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordin-
ance, 1951.
16th July, 1960.

No. 271.
THE following document is circulated with and
forms part of this Gazette:-
S.R. & O. No. 22.-The Census (Amendment)
Regulations, I9C0.
16th July, 1960.

By Command,

LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Assistant Secretary to Government.

Administrator's Office,
16th July, 1960.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

POST OFFICE

Prohibition Regarding Mailing of Coin.
Bank Notes etc.

THE public are hereby reminded that it is pro-
hibited to mail in un-registered packets articles
such as Coin, Bank-notes, platinum, gold or silver
(manufactured or not) precious stones, jewels and
other precious articles.
2. The co-operation of all is invited in the
observance of this Regulation.
M. W. HAYLING,
Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Office,
St. George's,
1st July, 1960.


NOTICE
AARMERS are hereby notified that the closing
I date for receiving applications for planting
material for planting in 1961 is extended to
31st July, 1960.
SApplications should be forwarded to the Cocoa
Agronomist, Mt. Home Cocoa Station, St.
Andrew's and should reach him not later than
31st July 1960. Applications received after the
31st July, would not be acknowledged nor
considered.


Superintendent of Agriculture.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1960.-(No. 40.)


NOTICE

THE public are hereby notified that Dr. L. C.
R ADIX, Government Dental Surgeon has been
granted 14 days' Casual Leave with effect from 7th
July, 1960. The Government Dental Clinics in
Grenada will therefore be closed during that period.

Ministry of Social Services,
Grenada, W.I.,
9th July, 1960,
sS 127/01.


NOTICE

THE public are hereby notified that the section
of the Beausejour Road from the Beausejour
Bridge proceeding through Beausejour and Gren-
ville Vale Estates and terminating on the Grand
Etang 1st Class Road at Snug Corner. will be closed
to through vehicular traffic from Tuesday, 12th
July, 1960, for a period of four weeks, to allow for
the construction of a retaining wall.


C. E. BELIZAIRE,
Director of Public Works.


11th July, 1960.


NOTICE

THE public are hereby notified that the section
of the Laura Road from the junction with
the Windsor Castle and Stew rt Cottage Roads
through Laura Estate and terminating on the
La Pastora 3rd Class Road, will be closed to through
vehicular traffic from Tuesday, 12th July, 1960,
until further notice to allow for the conetructiorn
of a Bridge.
C. E. BELIZ \IE,
Director of Public Works.
11tb July, 1960.


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of (A)
Senior Lecturer or (B Lecturer in the Depart-
ment of Obsterics & Gynaecology. Duties include
instruction of students reading for medical degrees
of the University of London, research and clinical
work in the University College Hospital.
The salary scales (under review) are: (A)
1,850 x 100-2,550; (B) 1,3_0 x 100--1,705 x 100
-2.100 per annum. Point of entry determined by
qualifications and experience. Child allowance.
F.S.S.U. Unfurnished accommodation at rental
not in excess of 10% of basic salary. Passages for
up to 5 persons on appointment, normal termina-
t on and triennial study leave. Duties to be a'sum-
ed by 1st January, 1961.
Applications (1) copies) giving full particulars of
qualifications and experience and the names of
three referees should be received by 20th August,
1960 by the Secretary, Senate Committee on
Colleges Overseas in Special Relation, University of
London, Senate House, London, W.C. 1, from
whom further particulars may be obtained.


THE WEST INDIES

Competition for the Design of Low-Cost
Houses


The object of the Competition is to stimulate
improvement in the design of low-cost houses
in the West Indies. In order to build up a collec-
tion of drawings which could be offered to the
public at a nominal cost the Federal Government
invites architects to submit in competition sketch
designs for a $5,000 "nucleus" house. From
these entries a maximum of eight will be chosen
to enter the second stage of the Competition in
which architects will be asked to prepare working
drawings for the award of prizes.
Persons who may compete in this Competition
are :-
(a) Architects domiciled in the \\est Indies
who are registered under the Architects
(Registration) Acts, or are members or
student members of the R.I.B.A., the
R.A.I.C., or the A.I.A. or persons who
have b-en engaged in housing design
for a Housing Authority in the West
Indies for a minimum of two years.
(b) West Iniian students engaged overseas in
architectural studies in a recognized
school, college or university.
ASSESSORS: ... Mr. J. C. Rose, A.R.I.B.A.,
Federal Building Adviser.


PREMIUMS:


... lst-$1,000
2.nd-$ 500
3rd-$ 300


AWARDS OF
MERIT : A maximum of five at $200.
Premiums and awards of merit are available
through the generosity and co-operation of the
Canadian liank cf Commerce. the Bank of Nova
Scotia and the Royal Bank of Canada.


Last day for questions :
Last day for submitting
sketch designs:
Last day for submitting
working designs :


15th August, 1960.

15th October, 1960.

30th Nov., 1960.


Persons wishing to compete should write to the
following address for the Competition Conditions
and should indicate their eligibility to compete by
giving their qualifications :-The Competition
Secretary, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs,
Federal House, Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I.




NOTICE

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Secretary to the Grenada Tourist Trade
Development Board. In view of the special quali-
fications for this post the salary to be. paid will be
determined by the qualifications of the applicant.
Applications should reach the Chairman not
later than August 15th, 1960.

SHEILA OTWAY,
for Secretary.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, .1960.-(No. 40.)


Notice To Importers

Open General Licence.

N exercise of the powers conferred on him by
Regulation 2 (ii) uf the Supplies (Control,
Regulations, 1959, S.R. & O. No. 12 of 1959, the
Controller of Supplies hereby gives notice that
Import Licences shall not be necessary for importa-
tion into the Colony of any goods provided that
such goods:-
(a) are provided wholly or mainly in any country
or territory other than Albania, Bulgaria,
China, Czechoslovakia, East Germany,
Hungary, Japan, North Viet-nam, North
KI-rea, Poland, Roumania and the Union of
Soviet Socialist Republics ;
(b) are consigned from any country or territory
other than those listed at (a) above,
(c) are accompanied by a certificate of origin and
that the Collector of Customs and Excise is
satisfied as to the correctness of the particu-
lars contained therein ;
(d) are paid for in an appropriate manner;
(e) are not listed hereunder in the Schedule of
goods to be kept on Specific Licensing.
2. Provided further that no person shall be
allowed to import any gooels originating in the
United Kingdom and Scheduled Territories except
in accordance with the terms of the Open Licence
for Imports from the Scheduled Territories.

Schedule of goods to be kept on
Specific Licensing
Rice
Sugar
Soaps of all kinds including soap substitutes
Oils and Fats-all oil bearing materials, vegetable,
animal, marine fats and oils (edible and in-
edible) including manufactured products of
which the principal component is fat or oil
(such as margarine, lard, lard substitutes,
shortening and snap) but excluding flaxseed
and linseed oil, tung nuts and oil, castor
beans and oil, fish liver oils, perilla seed and
oil, oitica oil, sperm oil and other waxes.
Arms and ammunition
Fireworks and explosives
Gold bullion and fully or semi-manufactured gold
(including jewellery).
3. Articles passed by the Collector of Customs as
the personal baggage of passengers, professional
apparatus brought in by passengers for ;heir own
use, household effects not exceeing .3,600.00 in
value brought in for personal use and not for sale
and which have been in the possession of the
passenger for one year and personal effects, not be-
ing merchandise; or pernsns, domiciled in the
Colony, who have died abroad are not subject to
the Schedule above.
4. This Open General Licence cancels and replaces
the Open General Licences published in the Gov-
ernment Gazette of 25th July, 1959 and 9th
January, 1960. This Open General Licence comes
into effect from 16th July, 1960.
5. Importers are warned that the publication of
this Open General Licence does not exempt them
from compliance with the laws, regulations or
orders of the Colony relating to Plant and Animal
Protection, Dangerous Drugs or any other law of
the Colony whatsoever. Nor is the publication of


this licence to be construed as authorising the
importation of goods the enty of which is prohib-
ited or restricted by any law, regulation or order.of
the Colony at present in force.
J. L. SMITH,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
Control Office,
St. Ceorge's,
11th July, 1960.
M.. s. li79.


NOTICE TO IMPORTERS

OPEN GENERAL LICENCE-JAPAN

N exercise of the power conferred on him by
Regulation 2 (ii) of the Supplies (Control)
Regulations, 1959, S.R.O. No. 12 of 1959, the Con-
troller of Supplies heieby gives notice that Import
Licences shall not he necessary for importation
into the Colony of the g-ods listed in the Schedule
hereunder provided that such goods:
(a) are produced wholly or mainly in Japan;
(b) are consigned from any country or territory
other than Albania, Bularia, c.hina, Czech-
oslovakia, Eastern Germany, Hungary,
North Viet-Narn, North Iorea, Poland,
Roumania and the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics;
(c) are accompanied by a certificate of origin and
that the Collector of Customs is satisfied as
to the correctness of the p irtioulars contained
therein ;
(d) are paid for in appropriate manner

Schedule of goods not requiring specific
Licence
Foods of all kinds except the following:
Rice, sugar and all edible oils and fats (including
manufactured products of which the principal
component is edible oil or fat) ;
Live poultry ;
Refrigerators and other household electric appli-
ances;
Sewing machines (electric and manual);
Cameras and other optical precision instruments;
Furniture (all kinds ;
Harmoniums and other musical instruments;
Motor vehicles;
Wireless receiving sets;
2. This Open General Licence on Japan comes
into force on 16th July, 1960 and replaces the
Open General Licence published in the Government
Gazette on 19th March, 1960.
3. Importers are warned that the publication of
this Open General Licence does not exempt them
from compliance with the laws regulations or orders
of the Colony relating to Plant and Animal Pro-
tection, Dangerous Drugs or any other law of the
Colony whatsoever. The publication, of thi- licence
is not to he construed as authorising the importation
of goods the entry of which is prohibited or res-
tricted by any laws, regulation or order present in
force.
J. L. SMITH,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
Control Office,
St. George's,
6th July, 1960.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1960.-(No. 40,)


NOTICE TO IMPORTERS

Open Licence for Imports from the
Scheduled Territories


IN exercise of the powers conferred on him
by Section 2 (ii) of the Supplies (C ntrol)
Regulations, S.R. & O. N.. 12 of 1959, the Con-
troller of Supplies h'reby gives notice that Import
Licenses shall not he necessary for importation
into the Colony of any goods produced wholly or
mainly in the Schedule Territoiies and which
have been importe-l from the Scheduled Territories
except the goods enumerated ii the Schedule here-
under for which Import Lice c s are necessary.
2. Provided that any goods imported under this
licence shall be accompanied by a certifi ate of
origin and that the Controller ,f Suipplies is satis.-
fie:l as to the particulars contained therein.

Schedule of goods to be kept on Specific
Licensing
Rice
Sugar
Soaps of all kinds including soap substitutes
Oils and Fats-all oil bearing materials,
vegetable animal, marine fats and oils (edible
nr inedible) including manufactured p-oducts
of which the principal component is fat or
oil (such as margarine, lard, lard substitute,
shortening and so;p) but excluding flaxseed
and linseed oil, castor beans and oil, (fish
liver oils, perilla seed and oil) citic oil,
speri tung nuts and oil, and other waxes
Arms and ammunition
Fireworks and explosives
Gold bullion and fully or semi-manufactured
gold 'including jewellery).
3. The Scheduled Territories are the fully self-
governing territories of the British Commonwealth
except Canada; any Colony under the dominion of
Her Majesty ; any territory administered by the
Government of any part of Her Majesty's dominions
under the trusteeship system of the United Na' ions;
any British protectorate or British protected state;
the Republic of Erie, Iceland and Burma.
4. Articles passed by the Collector of Customs
as the personal baggage of passengers, professional
apparatus br iught in by passengers for their own
use, household effects not exceeding $3,60 j.00 in
value brought in for personal use and not for sale
and which have been in the possession of the
passenger for at least one year and personal effects,
not being merchandise, of persons domiciled in the
Colony who have died abroad, are not subject to
the Sc' edule above.
5. Notwithstanding the fact that rice, soap and
oils and fats are listed in the Schedule as being
prohibited from importation unless a licence be
first obtained, merchants and other importers are
permitted to import any of these articles without
an Import Licence provided that in the case of:-
Rice-it shall originate in British Guiana and
shall be put up in cartons or packages
of not more than 5 lbs. net weight


tion of the West Indies or in British
Guiana shall be imported.
6. This Open Licence cancels and replaces the
Open Licences published in the Government
Gazettes of 25th Ju y, 1959, 26th September, 1959
and 24th December, 1959, and cones into effectt
from 16th July, 1950.
7. Importers are warned th:,t the publication of
this Open Licence does not exempt them from
compliance with the laws of the Colony relating to
Plant and Animal Prolection, Dangerous Drugs or
any other law of the Colony whatsoever. [he
publication of this licence is not to be construed
as authori-ihg tl e importation of go dcs the entry
of which is prohiniteti or restricted by any law,
reg nation or order rf the o'ony at present in
force,
J. L. SMITT,
Acting Controller of Supplies.
Control Office,
St. George's,
9th July, 1960.


NOTIC F

Commonwealth Scholarship Awards in
East Africa

THE East African Governments are offering
two scholarships under the Commonwealth
Scholarship Plan tenable at Makcrere College, the
University College of East Africa, to enable students
to pursue advanced courses or undeitake research.
The Scholarships will be tenable in any of the
faculties of the College, namely, Arts, Science,
Medecine, Agriculture, Educ tion, Veterinary
Science or the School of Fine Art, The Scholar-
ships will normally be for a period of two academic
years but may, at the discretion of he Academic
Board, be awarded for one or extended to a third
academic year.
The value of the Scholarship will include the
payment of :-
(i) fares to and from the country of origin
(ii) approved tuition fees;
(iii) ai. allowance of 10 towards the purchase
of light- weight clothing;
(iv) expenses for approved travel within East
Africa subject to a maximum of 100
(v) a maintenance allowance of 600;
(vi) a marriage allowance of 200. This
allowance will not be paid in cases where
the scholar's wife is in employment.
Candidates must normally be Commonwealth
citizens or British Protected Persons who are, or
by the lime of taking up their award will be, gradu-
ates of a University or College in their own country
or holders of an equivalent qualification. The
Scholarships are open to men and women under the
age of 35 and are open only to persons who are
normally resident in the countries of the Common-
wealth.


each ;
Soap-it shall originate in the Federation of Applicitions are invited for these scholarships
the West Indies or British Guiana ; and should be addressed to the Secretary to
Oils and fats-only margarine, lard and lard Government, .-dministrator's Office, to reach him
substitutes origina'ing in the Federa- not later than the 31st July, 1960.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 16, 1960-(No. 40.)


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
Reader or Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry
in the Department of Biochemiiiisry. The salary
scales (under review) are :
Non-Medical 1,500 x 75-2,250
Pre-Clinical (medically qualified)
1,600 x 1C0 2,300
Entry point determined by qualifications and ex-
perience. F S.'.U. Child allowance. Unfurnished
accommod-tion at rental not in excess of 10% of
basic salary. Passages for up to five persons on
appointment, normal termination and study leave
(once every three years). Duti,-s to be assumed
by 1st January. 1961.
Applications (10 copies) giving full particulars
of qualifications and experience and the names of
three referees should be received by 29 August
1960 by the Secretary, Senate, Committee on
Colleges Overseas in Special Relation, University
of London, Senate House, London, W.C. 1, from
whom further particulars may be obtained.


VACANCY NOTICE

Department of Agriculture British Guiana

Vacancies for Agricultural Officers

APPOINTMENT: Pensionable, subject to a
probationary period of twelve months, or on
contract for three years' in the first instance; con-
tract appointment carries gratuity at the rate of
22-/o of salary.
Salary : $4,272 per annum in the scale $3,696
-$6,720 per annum plus one increment for each
year of approved relevant post-graduate experience
or training above that required for ap ointment.
Qualifications: A University Degree in Agri-
culture or Horticulture or a Dip orna of a recognized
Institute which entails not less than three years'
study. Candidates with Natural Science I degrees
which include Botany will be considered. In addi-
tion, candidates must have at least two years'
approved post-graduate experience or training.
2. Information as to duties of posts and condi-
tions of service is obtainable, on request, from the
Secretary to Government, Government House,
Grenada.
3. Applications giving personal data and accom-
panied by two recent testimonials (not applicable
to Public Officers) should be delivered to the Secre-
tary, Public Service Commission, Post Office Build-
ing, Georgetown, British Guiana, not later than
30th Ju'y, 1960.


NOTICE
HIS Honour the Administrator has appointed an
unofficial Investigation Committee to inquire
into reports of dissatisfaction and disharmony
alleged to exist in the Department of Education.
Persons who desire to give evidence before this
Committee or to submit memoranda are invited to
communicate with the Secretary to the Investiga-
tion Committee c/o The Administrator's Office, St.
George's, Grenada before the 18th July, 1960.
ROSLYN FRANCIS,
Secretary, Investigation Committee.


VACANCY NOTICE


A PPLTCATIONS are invited for the post of
Director of Agriculture in Antigua.
Appointment. The post is pensionable and is
subject to a probationnry period, medical fitness
and to Colonial Regulations and to the local
General t rders in force for the time being.
Salary. Salary is at the rate cf $7,680 per
annum.
Qualifications required. A degree in Agliculture.
The Candidate should possess administrative ability
and drive.
2. Information as to duties of post and condi-
tions of service is obtainable, on request, from the
Secretary to Governmen', Government House,
Grenada.
3. Applications giving personal data and accom-
panied by two recent testimonials (not apllicable
to Public Officers) should be submitted to the
Administrator, Antigua, nit later than the 30th
August, 1960.


NOTICE

Particulars of The Vacant Post of Resident
Medical Officer, St. Lucia, The West Indies

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitable quali-
fied Medical Officers for appointment to the
vacant post of Resident Medical Officer, St. Lucia.
Candidates should posess qualifications registrable
in the United Kingdom.
1. Appointment: The appointment is on con-
tract for a period of one year or more.
It will be subject to Colonial Regulations and to
loc:l General Ordeis in force for the time being
in so far as they are applicable.
2. Salary : The salary is in the scale $3,840x
$120-$4,800(800x25-1,000) per annum, plus
20 per cent pensionable pay addition.
3. Quarters : Furnished quarters will be pro-
vided. A rental of 10 per cent of salary or 5 per
cent of the capital value, whichever is the less,
subject to a maximum rental of $720 (C150) per
annum, will be payable in respect of quarters, and
a rental of 10 percent of present capital value is
payable for furniture.
4. Leave. Vacation leave on full salary at the
rate of 4 weeks far each completed year of resi-
dence service will be granted on the satisfactory
termination of the contract.
5. Duties. The officer will be posted at the
*' ictoria Hospital and will be required to perform
the usual duties of a resident medical officer.
6 Private Practice. Private practice will
not be permitted, but the officer will not be
granted in lieu thereof a non-pensionable allowance
of $480 (t100) per annum.
7. Passages. Free return passages will be pro-
vided on the satisfactory completion of the con-
tract fcr the officer, his wffe and childlrn, not
exceeding 5 persons in all. Children must be
under 18 years of age and dependent on the
officer.
8. Medical Attendance. Free medical atten-
dance and medicines ure not provided.
9. General. Government officers are liable to
taxation imposed by local legislation.


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VACANCY NOTICE

Agriculture Department, British Guiana
Vacancy for Economic Botanist

PPOINTMENT: Pensionable subject to pro-
bationary period of twelve months, or on
contract for three years in the first instance;
contract appointment carries gratuity at the rate of
22 per cent of salary.
Salary : $4,272 per annum in the scale $3,696-
$6,720 per annum plus one increment for each
year of approve I relevant post-graduate experience
or training above that required for appointment.
Qualifications: A Degree in Botany from a
recognised University or its equivalent which en-
tails not I ss than three years' full time study. In
addition candidates must have a minimum of two
years' approved post-graduate experience or train-
ing.
2. Information as to duties of post and condi-
tions of service is obtainable, on request, from the
Secretary to Government, Administrator's Office,
Grenada.
3. Applications giving personal data and accom-
panied by two recent testimonials (not applicable
to Public Officers) should be delivered to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, Post Office
Building, Georgetown, British Guiana, not later
than 29th July, 1960.


NOTICE

Post of Architect, Public Works Department,
Barbados

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
the above post.
Appointment : The post is pensionable with
salary in the scale $4,560 x 192-5,520: 5,760
x 240-6,210 (Q.B.) 6,720 x 480-7,200. Point of
entry into the scale will be determined in the light
of qualifications and experience of the successful
candidate. A temp-rary non-pans:onable cost of
living allowance of $108 per annum is also payable.
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 a probationary period
of two years.
Qualifications: A.R.I.B. A. cr its equivalent.
Duties : The officer shall work under the
general director of the Director, Public Works
Department, and shall be required to assist him
in the design i and preparation of plans of public
buildings and institutions and to supervise their
construction.
Leave : Vacation leave is at the rate of 45 days
., year accumulative up to 180 days. Casual and
sick leave are also granted.
Passages : Passages of officer and family are
payable on appointment up to a limit of $1,920.
Leave passages for officer and wife are payable
every three and a half years.
Applications stating age; qualifications an I ex-
perience and accompanied by at least two recent
testimonials, should he submitted to the Chief
Secretary, Government Headquarters, Bay Street,
St. Michel, Barbados, to reach him not later than
6th Agtust, 1960.


NOTICE

Vacant Post of Construction Engineer,
New Hospital Project, Barbados

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
the above post.
Appointment will be on contract for a period of
three years, with salary at the rate of $8,000 per
annum plus a Cost of Living Allowance of $108 per
annum.
Qualifications: Candidates should preferably
hold a University degree in Structural Engineering
and be a Corporate Member of the Institution
of Civil Engineers, or Structural Engineers, or
Building Surveyor with A.R.T.C.S. (Building) qutli-
fications, and in either case have had not less than
five years' experience in the construction of large
multi-storeyed buildings in steel or reinforced con-
crete.
Passages : Passages of officer and family to-
gether with reasonable incidental expanses are
payable on appointment and on the satisfactory
completion of agreement up to a limit of $1,920 in
each direction.
Duties : Will be primarily concerned in colla-
b)ration with and as deputy to the Architect-in-
charge working with Consulting Engineers (Struc-
tural) and Consulting Engineers (Mechinical and
Electrical) in the construction by the Public Works
Department of a 500 bed General HIo-pital.
Applications stating age qualifications and ex-
perience and accompanied by at least two recent
testimonials should be submitted to the Chief Sec-
Srptary, Governme'nt Headquarters, Bay Street, St.
SMichael, Barbados to reach him not later than 30th
JIly, 1960.
I -

NOTICE

PARTICULARS OF VACANT POST OF DISTRICT
MEDICAL OFFICER, ST. LUCIA THE WEST
INDIES.

A PPLI'ATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified Medical Officers for appointment to
the vacant post of District Medicil Officer,
St. Lucia. Candidates should possess qualifications
registrable ii: the United Kingdom.
1. Appointment: The post is pensionable and
is subject to two years' probation in the firat
instance, but if desired, the appointment may be
on a temporary contractual basis for a period of
three years in the fir-t instance. It will be sub-
ject to Colonial Kegulations and to local General
Orders in force for the time being in so far as they
are applicable.
2. Salary: The Silary is in the scale $8,840 x
$120- $4,800 ('00 x 25 1,000) per annum,
plus 20 per c"nmt pensionable pay addition.
3. Quarters: Unfurnished Government quar-
ters will be provided, if available, at a rental of 10
per cent of the capital value, whichever is the less,
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4. Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation Officer and will be liable for service in any Institu-
leave on full salary will be granted as follows :- tion cr Districl; in the Colony.
(a) In the case of a permanent appointment, 6. Private Practice : Private practice will be
at the rate of 45 days for each period permitted.
of 12 consecutive months' resident 7. Passages: Free passages to St. Lucia will
service. be prcvided for the officer, his wife and children,


(b) In the ctse of a contract appointment, at
the rate of one week for each completed
period of 3 months' resident service,
such leave to le taken on the satis-
factory completion of the period of the
officer's engagement.
Leave passages will be provided in
accordance with local regulations.
5. Duties: The officer will he requited to
perform the usual duties of a Dis'rict Medical


not exceeding 5 persons in nll on first appointment.
in the case of an officer appointed on contract, free
return passages wilt be provided on the satisfactory
completion of the period of the officer's engagement.
Children must be under 18 years of age and
dependent on the o!licer.
8. Medical Attendance : Free medical attend-
ance and medicines are not provided.
9. General : Government officers are liable to
taxation imposed by local legislation.


NOTICE.


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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


G IAD ES


Advances


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


25 Cen:i per lb.

38 Jo.

12 .io


$1.20 do.


60 Cents.

30 do


R. S. RENWICK,
Secretary


GRENADA.

PR'l MI BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT TME GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFPICF,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1960.


Date fixed: 8th December, 1958.


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