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Government Gazette



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VOL. 79.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1961.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES



APPOINTMENT
No. 3.
R. DENIS ALEXIS, Acting Revenue Officer,
Gouyave, St. John's, has been appointed a
Justice of the Peace for the Colony of Grenada
under the provisions of Section 10 of the Magis-
trate's Ordinance, 1936, (No. 21 of 1936).
M.P. 288II
30th December, 1960.

RESUMPTION
No. 4.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 4 of 5th
January, 1960, Mr. C. L. ScIPIO, Office
Superintendent, Medical Department, has resumed
duty with effect from 28th December, 1960.
P.F. 181
4th January, 1961.

No. 5.
WTITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 327 of
V 27th August, 1960, Mr. D. M. B. CROMWELL,
M.B.E., Comptroller of Inland Revenue, has re-
sumed duty with effect from 1st January, 1961.
P.F. 587
4th January, 1961.


RESIGNATION
No. 6.
THE Honourable RUTHVEN ALISON KEENS
DOUGLAS, Minister for Production and Labour,
has resigned with effect from 28th December, 1960.
S-1145.
4th January, 1961.


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TERMINATION OF APPOINTMENT
No. 7.
CONSEQUENT on the resignation of Honourable
) R. K. DOUGLAS as a member of the Executive
Council his appointment as Minister of Production
and Labour terminated with effect from 28th
December, 1960.
S-1145.
4th January, 1961.

No. 8.
THE following documents are circulated with and
form part of this Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 47.--'he Pensions (Amendment)
Regulations, 1960,
S.R. & O. No. 48.--The Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, 1960,
By Command,
LAURISTON F. WILSON,
Assistant Secretary to Government.
Administrator's Office,
7th January, 1961.


In The Matter Of The Land Acquisition
Ordinance, 1945, (No. 3 of 1945)

And
In the matter of a Declaration by the
Administrator in Council that certain
lands situated in the parish of St. George,
in the Colony of Grenada are to be acquir-
ed for a public purpose.
DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND
(Second Publication)

HEREAS it is enacted by Section 3 of the
Land Adquisition Ordinance, 1945 (No. 3 of
1945) that if the Administrator in Council con-
siders that any land should be acquired for a public
purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect
to be made;


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4 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2.)


AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Adminis-
trator in Council that the land mentioned and
described in the Schedule hereto should be acquired
for a public purpose, to wit, for a Public cemetery y ;
Now THEREFORE, it is hereby declared by Hi,
Honour the Administrator, acting after con-
sultation with the Executive Council of the
Colony of Grenada, that upon the second publica-
tion of this declaration in the Gazette, the lind
mentioned and described in the Schedule hereto
shall be acquired for the above mentioned purpose
and shall vest absolutely in the Crown.
AND IT IS HEREBY FURTHER DECLARED AND
NOTIFIED that the land referred to at Beaulieu in
the parish of St. George, in the Colony of Grenada
is by approximation 2 an acre.
SCHEDULE
All that portion of land at Beaulieu in the parish
of St. George in the Colony of Grenada owned by
Caroline Johnson of Aruba through her agent
Theresa Banfield cf the said Beaulieu, being in area
approximately an acre more o- less and bound d
on the North by lands occupier1 by .gatha Phillips,
on the South by lands of Veronica Roberts. on the
East by the St. John's River and on the West by
a Main Road Beaulieu-St. George's.
Dated this 29th day of December, 1960.
E. E. HUNTE,
Clerk of Executive Council.


In The Matter Of Land Acquisition
Ordinance, 1945, (No. 3 of 1945)

Notification of Preliminary Survey (under
Section 4 of the Ordinance)

WHEREAS it is enacted by Section 4 of the
Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1945 (No. 3 of
1945) that if it appears to the Administrator in
Council that any land is likely to be required for
any purpose which, in the opinion of the A:'min-
istrator in Council is a public purpose and it is
necessary to make a preliminary survey or r.ther
investigation of the lind, he may ciuse a notification
to that effect to be published in the Gazette:
AND WHEREAS the Administrator in Council
considers that-
a portion of land at Beaulieu in the parish
of St. George in the Colony of re-mnnada
owned by Caroline Johnson of \Aruba
through her agent Theresa !nnfield of the
said Beaulieu, being in area approximately
i an acre more or less and bounded on the
North by lands occupied by Agatha
Phillip, on the South by lands of Veronical
Roberts, on the East by St. John's i-:iv.-r
and on the West by Main Road Beaulieu-
St. George
is likely to be required for a public purpose to wit,
for a Public Cemetery.
Now THEREFORE this is to require all persons
interested to allow D. K SAMUELS, Acting Super-
intendent of Forestry and Lands, who has been
appointed Authorised Officer for the purpose (and
his agents, assistants, and wortkmen) to do all the
things authorised by law.
E. E. HUNTE,
Clerk, Executive Council.


NOTICE

LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE,
1945

IT i4 hereby notified fnr general information that,
in 1he pursuance of t e powers vested in him
Lnder the Lind Acquisition Ordinance, 1945, the
Administrator in Counal has been pleased to
appoint Mr. Donald Keith Samuels to be the
uthorised Officer for the purpose of the acquisition
of the following lot of land:-
All thit portion of land at Beaulieu in the
parish of st. George in the Colony of Grenada
owned by Caro ine Jchnson of Aruba through
her ag',nt Theresa Ba,,field of the said Beaulieu,
being in area approximately j an acre more or
less ani hounded on ihe North by lands
occupied by Aga.ha "hillips, on the South by
lands ,f Veronica Roberts, on the East by
St. J hn s River and on the West by Main
Road Be;auliew-St George's.
Dated this 29th day of December, 1960.

E. A. HIYLIGER,
Acting Administrator.


G. B. S. S. RE-OPENING


T HE Grenada Boys' Secondary School will
re-open for Hilary Term on Monday, 16th
January, 1961, at 10.00 a.m.
The Headmaster will interview parents, guard-
ians and new pupils on 6th January, at 9.00 a.m.,
when birth certificates should be presented.

H. D. BAPTISTE, B.A.
Acting Headmaster.



COURT NOTICE

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

,OTICE is hereby given that a Session of
the supreme ( court of the Windward Islands
and L3:,.vacd Islands as Grenada, in its Criminal
.iura licton, wiii be held at the Court House in
:u :~ .n11 of Su. George on Thursday the 16th day
of Fe',ruiy, 1961, ai 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon
when ai i whe e a:l concerned and bound over to
prosecute or io give evidence or summoned as
j-.,.,r;' witnisses are required to give their per-
sonal amo'i;ince, and all officers who have taken
lnqu;sir~h,iu), Depositions, Examinations, Recog-
nizancm:f. or other papers cognizable by the Court
are rcya end to r.m.urn the same without delay to
this police.
Dated this 28th day of December, 1960.

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












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2.)


GRENAJDA

In The Supreme Ourt Of The Windward

Islands aid Leswird Islands

(APPELLATE JURISDICTION)

Suit No. 58 of 1960
Between


CARLTON VENTOUR,


CYNTHIA FRANCO,


Appellant


Respondent


Mr. J. H. V. REDHEAD for the Appellant
Mr. DEREK KNIGHT for the Respondent
Before. F. J. CAMACHO, Chief Justice, (Acting)
K. H. C. ALLEYNE, Judge, (Acting)
1960, December, 20th ; 23rd
DECISION

This is an appeal against an order of the learned
Magistrate for the Southern District in a paternity
and maintenance case which came before him on
the 29th day of January. 1959 and on subsequent
days.
There is provision for these matters to be heard
together. The Magistrate found that the appellant
was the father of the illegitimate child of the
respondent and ordered him to pay $2.40 per week
for its maintenance and education until it attains
the age of 14 years.
Speaking generally, the argument of Counsel for
the appellant falls for consideration under two
main heads. In the first place he urges that the
matter is res judicata and secondly that there
was not sufficient evidence on which the learned
Magistrate could have come to his decision at the
second hearing.
It is clear from the record that this matr.er
between the same parties came before a Magistrate
on a former occasion when two summonses w:re
taken out by the respondent against the appellant,
one asking for a paternity order and the oth-.- for
a maintenance order, and that they were de
termined by that Magistrate, who found that tlhe
appellant was the father and ordered him to pay
-maintenance for the support of the child. Against
this finding and order by the learned Mai.gistraite,
the appellant did not appcrnmtly see fit to appeal.
Instead, he moved by way of certiorari to have the
entire proceedings set aside.
His conteritin at the hearing of the certiorari
proceedings was and apparently sti1l is in the main,
that the summonses were invalid bec',use the law
of this Colony does not provide any means where-
by a single woman who gives birth to an illegiti-
mate child can come to the Court and claim
maintenance for her child after one year of its
birth. The only three cases in which she can do
so as he asserts arH set out in Section 9 (2) (a) of
Ordinance No. 7 of 1938. Faced with the provi-
sionof Section 9 (2) (b) Counsel for appellant, as
we understood him, claimed that this was a,
meaningless clause because the Draftsman had
forgotten to say as in the English Act that there
must be proof of payment within 12 months and
that the application of the mother for a summons
against the alleged father must at the time of the


application be supported by a statement on oath
hy the mother th it the r.puted father had sup-
ported the child during the firit twelve months of
its life. For this reason tte proceedings against
appellant wer- bad because the application was
not founded on any law of ti.e T.rritiory. We feel
that it is necessary to deci'le this point before we
pr cer to consider the Ju]gment of tie then act-
ing learned Chief Justice Mr. Gordon, on the
certiorari.
Where larned Con'sel for the apppllant obtained
the idea that the mot.hr of an illegitimate child
born twelve months before ier application must
first swear to infor nation on oath before obtaining
a summons, we ate it a loss to und-rstan 1.
We refer to Stone's Justice Manual 9 'id Edition
'1960) Vol. 1 at P. 403 where this matter is dealt
with. The reference ii to the Affiliation Pro-
ceedings Act 1957. The E-glish Act Sec. (1) (b)
provides that the mother of an illegi imate child
may a.t any subsequent time afte. twelve months
of the child's birth, upon proof that the man
alleged sto be the father i f the child has within
the tw lve months next after the birth p.id money
for it, mainten inc etc.. apply for a summons and
note (f) on page 409 makes it quite clear that the
,tatute ldoes not, eq'iiro that t1is pr of shall be
given on oith at the tim ; of the c)mpnlaint, but
that ao oath is some times r.'quir-d. We are
satisfied th-.t an oath by the mo her is not generally
required at t ie time of her application for a
summons, njt even ii Englanl.
Ine second p int apparently taken before the
learned udge on the hearing of the application for
certiorari was that the learned Magistrate had no
jirisliction to make an order for maintenance
he--ause there was n.) proof of means by the
ap.)ella't. With this point, the learned Judge was
apparently in agreement.
Rteferrin- to the Judgment of the learned Acting
Chief Justice Gordon on the certiorari application,
it now becomes quite clear that whi:. he hld was
that the umattur was properly put before the Court
noecause no oath was required by he mtiher at the
time of the making of the applicatsci in which, if
we may say so, we entirely agree, that he accepted
the le rn-d Aligistr.ite's findi'-,s tiat t.h ppellant
was the father of the chi:d ii I tLat btuc:iue the
mother f ile to pro e the aiilit, :f the lther to
provide m intenance, te le rned Migistrate had
no j:.risdiucooo to unaike the order for maintenance
of the child. The le.rtrnd Juntle thereupon in our
respectful submission, 1,st 8ai i entirely of the fact
th]it ie w s dea,.ito o01 thi, application for
certiorari wi.h two sepiar.Lto a id distinct sum-
mons s, the one for patorni y, with which he
fund no fault, and t ie ,:: for inma-nte aice with
whiicn fault c:uld bj found a nd so I-cided to quash
the whole proceedings on bot' summonses as his
order indicated rather th. n quishing tha;it part of
the proceedings aii i h c L' r- ;o mniintenance
only. We feel however hound by nis decision to
quash the proceedings on b t;i imumons's. Lhis
means, and we are prepared nt hold, that the
proceedings on both these s',ii.),ies was a
nullity. it is as though no such p.-cea lings ever
took place or any decision was given on th, m.
How then can it be said that this matter is
res judicata ? Where is the ormerr judgmentt
by the learned Maeistrate by which it is said we
are bound in this matter ? We have no hesitation
in finding that the former proceedings having been
quashed the respondent was free to come again












6 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2.)


before the Court and that the objection of res
judicata fails.
We now turn to the consideration of the second
trial of this issue by the learned Magistrate and
his decision which appellant now questions.
At this trial appellant, through his Counsel,
admitted means. He also corroborated the re-
spondent's story by admitting that he had been on
terms of intimacy with her some eight and a half
months before the child was born. There was the
evidence of the mother and a witness that he had
paid money for the support of the child soon after
it was born apart from the $5 paid towards the
cost of the Christening which we hold cannot he
considered as money paid for maintenance of the
child.
We see no reason for disturbing the Magistrate's
orders in this case and they are accordingly con-
firmed.
The appeal is dismissed with costs to respondent
fixed at five guineas.

FABIAN J. CAMACIO,
A g. Chief Justice.

KEITH ALLEYNE,
Puisne Judge, Ag,


GRENADA

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands

(APPELLATE JURISDICTION)
SUIT No. 1 of 1960

Between


ALLAN LEWIS,


NORRIS HUGHES & SONS,


Appellant


Respondent


Mr. G. E. D. CLYNE, for Appellant
Mr. DEREK KNIGHT, for Respondent

Before :
F. J. CAMACHO, Chief Justice (Acting)
K. H. C. ALLEYNE, Puisne Judge (Acting).

1960, December, 20th; 23rd.

DECISION

THIS appeal is from a Judgment of the Magis-
trate for the Southern District, Grenada, in
favour of the respondent/plaintiffs who claimed on
a balance of account from the appellant/defendant,
$77.75. On 22nd December, 1958, the appellant
was shown on the books of the respondents A.
Norris Hughes and his son Alister trading under
the partnership name of A. Norris Hughes and
Sons, to be indebted in the sum of $77.75 balance
of account. The transactions creating this in-
debtedness are evidence by a debit bill dated 15th
November, 1958 (Ex.E). On the 19th December,
1958, the appellant purchased a quantity of rice at
an auction sale conducted by Alister Hughes for
the respondent firm and incurred an additional


indebtedness of $221.25. The appel'ant paid to
Alister Hughes the sum of $ 24.00 and obtained a
receipt from him dated 22nd December, 1958
expressed to be on a/c rice B/P6 of 19/12/58".
It is accepted that the appellant made a
further payment on 22nd December, 1958. At
the hearing before the Magistrate he produced two
further receipts, one signed by Alister Hughes for
$72.25 expr ssed to be "(n a/c rice B/P6 of
19/12/58", and another for $77..5 given for A.
Norris Hughes & Sons and signed by A. Norris
Hughes. The appellant produced one further
receipt dated 14th Ja, uary, 1959 for $25.00 signed
on behalf of A. Norris Hughes & Sons by A. N.
Hughes". The aupellant's letter dated 13th Janu-
ary, 1959, acknowledges a letter stating his account
to be $102.75 and replies that he paid your father"
$196.25 for which he holds receipts leaving a bal-
ance of $25 which he now sends by bearer. Coun-
sel for re-pondect has said to the Court that the
claim to have paid A. Norris Hughes $196.25 is
significant as the evidence shows that no such pay-
ment was ever made,. but clearly the sum has
meaning if the receipts of $124.00 and $72.25
against the rice account are considered apart.
Thus, when the matter came before the Magis-
trate he had evidence of dealings creating a total
indebtedness to the firm of $299.00 and the appel-
lant produced receipts for $299.00. The respon-
dent however contended' that the receipt given by
A. Norris Hughes for $77.75 was not against an
actual cash payment. In his evidence Mr. Norris
Hughes says:-
Defendant paid Alister Hughes $124.00
against rice he had bought on 19th and I heard
him say that he did not have all the money to
pay that day; he would owe him the balance.
I then told defendant he already had an account
with me; there was no use owing Alister Hughes
for the balance of the rice".
The learned Magistrate placed a construction
upon the evidence given to the effect that as the
amount of $125.00 w.is insufficient to discharge in
full the indebtedness of $221.25 to Alister Hughes
for the rice, and as the appellant also owed
a balance of $77.75 to the firm, the firm
took over appellant's deb to Alister Hughes
and the two amounts of $124.00 and $72.25
amounting to $196.25 were considered as having
been paid to the firm. If the Magistrate's con-
struction is right it is indeed odd that when the
apoellant went away and returned with some more
money Alister Hughes should again have issued a
receipt to him for $72.25 cxpr ssod to be "on a/c
rice B/P6 of 9/11/58 ". Alister Hughes' evidence
shows that he wis fully apprised of what was going
on, and surely common sense should have dictated
that all later receipts should have been issued
against the general account.
The respondent's case is, therefore, that although
he admits giving a receipt for $77.75 he denies
having received any money ag inst it, from the
appellant. The appellant sought further to fortify
the presu optionn in his favour by producing his
pass-book which showed a withdrawal of $150 on
22nd Decemh r. 1958 which he said represented
$72.25 and $77.75 which he paid to respondent
and for which he hcids receipts.
Considering the law, the learned Magistrate
quite rightly held that a receipt is not conclusive
evidence against. tile party who signs it: Strathan
V. Rastall 100 E.R. 197.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2.)


But the onus lies on such a party to prove that
the receipt he impeaches is not true: Foster V.
Dawber 1851 6 Exch. -39.
Notwithstanding this, and although he found
that the respondents failed tc follow proper business
procedures in their accounting, and although also
he noted that the particulars given by the rcspon-
denus to the appellant after action instituted, did
not reflect the entries in the Ledger sheet, and
despite the erasures in the account at Exhibit 1
which he querried, the learned Magistrate tipped
the scales in favour of the respondents on the
purely subjective basis of his belief in th'ir testi-
mony and his unfavourable impression of the
appellant.
Undoubtedly it is important and useful to observe
the demeanour of witnesses and where the balance
of documentary proof is even, subjective judgment
is decisive. in this case the balance is most uneven
and weighted in favour of the appellant. In an
exceptional case a Court might be justified in accept-
ing a bare denial as discharging the onus. How-
ever, this Court is a Cout of re-hearing and where
the burden of the evidence consists of primary facts
from which inferences may be drawn in an objective
way the Court is entitled to form its own indepen-
dent judgment. We would hesitate to upset a
Magistrate's finding of fact unless we were satisfied
that he was wrong, but belief which is a matter of
faith and confidence must not be allowed to displace
judicial judgment which is based on demonstrable
fact. It is sufficient to say that we are of the
opinion that the respondents have not discharged
the onus of proof placed upon them and that judg-
ment should therefore have gone for the appellant.
The appeal is allowed with costs agreed as five
guineas.
FABIAN J. CAM ACHO,
Chief Justice (Ay.)

KEITH ALLEYNE,
Acting Puisne Judye.




The Grenada Motor Transport Service
Limited


TOTICE is hereby given that at an extraordinary
general meeting of the above-namind com-
piny, held at the Church Hall, St.. Gorge's,
on the 22nd day of December, 1960, at 5.00
o'clock, in the afternoon, the following extra-
ordinary resolution was duly passed, viz :
Tnat it has been proved to the satisfaction of
the Company that the Company cannot by reason
of its liabilities continue its business, and tliit it
is advisable to wind up the same, and accordingly
that the Company be wound up voluntarily unier
the provisions of The Companies Ordinance
Chapter 47 of the Revised Laws of Grenada, 1934
Edition.

Dated the 31st day of December, 1969.


F. J. ARCHIBALD,
Liquidator.


The Grenada Motor Transport Service
Limited

SAKE notice that a meeting of Creditors in
the above matter will be held at the Com-
pany's Office, Scott Street, St. George's, on
Wednesday, 11th day of January, 1961, at 5.00
o'clock in the afternoon.

AGENDA
To determine whether an application shall be
made to the Court for the appointment of any
person as liquidator in the place of or jointly with
the liquidator appointed by the Company, or for
the appointment of a committee of inspection.
Dated the fourth day of January, 1961.

F. J. ARCHIBALD,
Liquidator.


NOTICE

A sitting of the Federal Supreme Court in its
S Appellate Jurisdiction has been fixed for
Monday, 30th January, 1961, at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon at the Supreme Court, York House, when
the undermentioned matter and any other applica-
tions or appeals which may require the attention of
the Court will be determined :-
Criminal Appeal No. 5 of 1960-CLAYTON
CLARKE V. THE QUEEN

Dated this 5th day of December, 1960.

W. F. CENAC,
Deputy Registrar,
Federal Supreme Court.


NOTICE


SPPLICATIONS are invited from suitably quali-
1L fie 1 candidates for appointment to the post of
Engineering Assistant, Public Works Department,
Grenada.
1. Appointment : The post is pensionable, and
theoflieric ill e si.l jeci to Coloni.l BRegulations,
Local General Orders, Financial and Store Rules,
and all such regulations as may foam time to time
be in force.
2. Salary : The salary is in the scale $3,456x
144 to $-1,608. There is likely to be an increase in
salary if the report on tie recent regarding of
salaries is aclepl.ed.
3. Allowances : Tr selling and subsistence
allowances will le payable in iecord.,nce with
local regulations in resp; ct ol approved travel on
du. y.
4. Qualification: At least Part II of the
Institute of Civil Engineers (r its equivalent.
Preference will he given to holders of a University
Degree in Civil or Stractural Engineering.
5. Q Quarters: Qarters are not provided, but
in the event of Government Quarters being available













8 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2.)


the officer will be required to pay rental not ex-
ceeding 10% of his salary.
6. Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation
leave will be granted at the rate of 45 days for each
completed period of 12 months' resident service
accumulative up to 180 days. Leave passages will
be granted in accordance with local regulations.
Free passages to Grenada will be provided for the
officer, and if married his wife and children not
exceeding five persons in all; children to be under
18 years of age, unmarried and dependent on the
officer.
7. Duties : The officer will be engaged chiefly
on new construction schemes and will be responsible


to the Director of Public Works and his Assistant
for the proper and satisfactory execution of his
duties.
8. Medical Attendance: Free medical attend-
ance and medicines are not provided.
9. Taxation : All government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
10. Application giving full details of qualifications
and experience of candidate, and accompanied by
two testimonials should be addressed to the Sec-
retary, Public Service Commission, Grenada, West
Indies, and should reach him not later than 15th
JTanuary, 1961.


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


Average circulation during October, 1960:-
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetized Government notes

Total average $

British Caribbean notes and coin in
circulation on 1st December, 1960:-
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
Proof Set" of coins

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

Total Government notes outstanding

Total Circulation on Ist December, 1960.


Notes

$ c.
81,298,906.00
998,315.00

82,297,221.00



40,989,121.00
6,892,225.00
24,199,456.50
4,611,100.00
751,400.00
1,034,000.00
2,039,400.00
3,455,300.00
1,589,600.00
236,900.00

,798,502.50
$85,798,502.50


Coins

$ c.
4,197,707.00


$ 4,197,707.00



1,908,821.00
622,150.00
910,910.00
211,000.00
109,100.00
134,700.00
122,725.00
154,475.00
127,925.00
24,350.00
1,870.00

$4,328,026.00


687,577.00
244,072,50
65,940.00


$ 997,589.50

$86,796,092.00


$4,328,026.00


Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Building,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad,


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2.) 9

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned articles which have remained in the several Govern-
ment warehouses, St. George's, for over one year will, if not claimed and cleared or re-warehoused
as required by Section 27 Cap. 58 of the Customs Ordinance be offered for sale at the newly erected
Arcon Building on the St. George's Pier at 10.00 o'clock a.m. on Friday, 13th January, 1961.

G. C. E. STANFORD,
Financial Secretary.


Date


Ship


5 10 561 S.S. Sygne


12 10
11 12
L6 2
12 2
L1 3

?3 4
)2 5
30 7
21 8

L4 11
M0 11
8 12
30 1

?4 4
1 6
8 6

5 7


3 8 5E
21 8 5E


56 Tratanus
56 M.V. Fernwood
57 Marcas Bay
57 Fernwood
57 Pygmalion

57 Daerwood
57 Marcus Bay
57 Pygmalion
57 Zinnia

57 Windward Is.
57 Lucky Star
57 Pinta
58 Costica

58 Trajanus
58 Pygmalion
58 Patricia Ann

58 Gannymedes


do.
Herman
Langreder
Vigilante
Patricia Ann


9 58 Lucky Star


5 11 58
14 11 57

26 1 56

14 5 58

22 3 58

11 4 58


Carib Clipper
Specialist W.

Tronstad

Daerweod

Sunhill

Poly River





Mary Maud
Sun Hill
Olur Suen



Lydina A.
Borealis


Marks & |
Nos.


E.T.G.
32689
G.C. 1/2
E.T.G.
T.R.E.
A.D.D.
(,.A G.
G.H.
E.A.
E.O.
F.H.L.
C.A T.S.
1516
T. :.N.'.
T.C.L.
I.M.C. S.
G;VI. 53/57
533650
J.M C.
T.E.N.S.
I.N.P.
P. Bosh
T'R.E
8779/1
J.A.
J. T.
T.E.N.S.
N.M.
T.S.L.
P.O.H.
G,F.H.
L. \.P.
A.C.T.
N.M.
Samos
Efficiency
Agency
Henry
Darwin
GFH
Powells
TRE

MA 8 Co.
G. T. C.
G. H.

H. L.
N.N. T'dad
Add
Bott
Bermuda
TENS

G.S.W.S.
A.T.L.N.
WEJ 16/17
G.S.W.S.


Quantity and Description
I


Consignee and Owner


2 Cartons Mouth Organs E. T. Gibbs


2 Bales Paper Bags
1 Case Almanacs
2 Cartons Shoes
1 Package Merchandise
1 Case Bisket Ware
1 Case Advt. Matei ial
I ('ase Chemical Toilet
1 Case Leiflets
2 Cartons Glassware
1 i'ac:ig'- Paper Bags

1 c/s Polish bIM ter in tins
Ifi ctn.. \.T. paper bags
1 c's merlicilies
1 case plastic combs

I pir. advt. materials
I ctn. household bleach
1 c/s advt. materials
1 ctn. novelties
1 case hardware

1 bale paper bags
1 ctn. Amstel Beer
1 ctn. advt. material
1 ctn. M.T. bottles
1 ctn. milk stout
2 ctn. stout
1 ctn. porter
2 cases candles
1 ctn. sweets
1 ctn. canned beer
1 box tools

1 ctn. advt. materials

1 ctn. wrench set
10 pks. paper bags
2 pks. merchandise
1 c/s knitted cotton
garments
1 Case Corned Beef
do
1 Case potted meat
do
4 pieces C.I. bend
1 piece C.I. bend
1 Carbon Merchandise
1 Carton Sardine
1 Carton Tappers

1 Carton Adv. Mater.
1 Carton Pro. Cheese
1 Carton Plastic
1 C/S Adv. Material
1 Carton Fab


Barclays Bank
Order

Central Sales
Commercial Agency

Efficiency Agency
Education Office
Agent


T. E. Noble Smith
W. E. Julien
R. M. Bhola
Gwen Emmanuel

James Milne & Co. o'O'v
T. E. Noble Smith
I. N. Peters
Barclays Bank
I. Mitchell

Agents
Order
Geo. F. Huggins

Order

Geo. F. Huggins
do.
Agent
do.
Samos Ltd.

Order

do.
do.
do.
T. H. Evans

Order
do
do
do
do
do
Bishop's Agencies
Jonas Browne & Hubbard
T. E. N. Smith


Order
do
do
do


Remarks


Damaged



M.T.


M.T.
Damaged
do.
do.







do
do


Damaged
do




do
do
do

do



do











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2)


Marks &
Ship Nos. Quantity & Description


Borealis
Lady Steadfast
Darewood

do
do
Nina
Zinnia


5 12 56i Marcus Bay


Rhoda L
Caracas
Pensacola Bay
West Indian
Michael David
Zinnia
Herman
Langreder


4 59 Principal S

5 59 Sunamelia
9 59 Ozama II


27 8 57 Carib Clipper

5 8 59 Fernwood


25 9 57 Carib Clipper
6 11 57 Roscoe


16 11 57 Castor


57 Mary Maud
58 Zinnia
5S: Lucky Star
581 !mary Maud
58, Vera
58| lIdia Adina
58 Indiana

8 Daerwood
58S Lucky Star

581 orcalis

) Vig llant,
-0 !.leky Star
9 H ii.a n [
; Ij;.'g 'i,.,t


9 10 58! Ol'dsven
10 1 59i ygmalion



12 1 59 Rival Dean


Date


9 8 56
.31 5 56
14 8 56


T.E.N.S,
W.E.J.
S.O.S.

Add
do
do
do

Phoenix
Shirt
Factory
F.A.C.L.
Add
E.S.L.
B.T.L.
O.D.B.
L.G.W.

T.E.N.S.
G..bH.
E.A. Mit-
chell G/da.
W.E.J.
A,B.

Taylor's
Ltd.
Add

R.F.D.
Murry
H.N.P.
W.E.J.
7485/7780
L.A.P.
A.D.D.
No. 7


J.M.C. 1 C/S Garlic
T.E.N.S. 1 Ctn. Ml.T. Thermos
Glass
A.D.D. 1 Trunk
T.R.E 2 Ctns. Coat Hangers
2 Bags Nails
A.D.D. I Pkg. Merchandise
E.S.A. 1 Ctn. Kerosene Stove
R.R. 1 Box Bay Runt Labels
C.B.S. 1 Bale Indian C.P.
Goods
O.D.B. 2 C/S Cellophone Bags
Mitchell 1 Ctn. Printed matter


Ph.irmace
1R.P.
%W.E.J.
H.L.
R.A.
A D.D).


E.T.C.
J.M.S.
W.E.J.

A.D.D.
A. T. 1.
E.T.O.
B.S.S.


1 Drum Castor Oil
1 C/S Adv. Material
2 Itn. Rov. Salmon
3 Only tyres
S1 Ctn. Table Cloth and
Sbath towels
i (Ctn. handkerchiefs
1 Ctn. Bottle ',atsup
1 C/S Envelopes
1 Pkg. Plastic Sample
Baga
1 Pox Adv. Material
1 C/S Almanac
do
do


10 Cartons Flour
I Case Adv. Material
1 Cartou Pills

1 Box Merchandise
1 Bag Iron
2 Cas s 'e.s
1 pkg. pers. H.'hold
Effects

1 Case Callenders

1 Carton Stout
do
1 C.i ton Katchup
1 Kale Coal Pots
1 Tin Biscuits
4 Cartons Stout

4 Ctns. Guiness Stout
2 Cartons Beer
20 Pkts. Insulating Mat.

1 Carton Fancy Spread
1 Box Personal Effects

1 Ctn. Flavouring
Extract
1 Trunk Personal Effect
I Box do do

3 Cartons Red Wine
1 Bag Epsom Salts

1 Drum Rectified Tar
1 Case Lactogen
1 C/S Electric Toaster


Order
W. E. Julien

Geo. F. Huggins
Order
do
do


Consignee & Owner


Jonas B. & H.
Order
do

E. Noel
W. P. Branch
Geo. F. Huggins
Sarah Hutchinson


Order

do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do
E. A. Mitchell

Jonas Browne & H'bard
Adona
Bedeau


Geraldine Reynolds
do






Maria Scott & Co. Ltd,




Bishop's Agencies


Robertine Alexander












David Slinger
do


30 2 59


18 4 59

'3 8 57


Canadian
Cruiser
Fernwood


Remarks


Damaged

2 Bottles
on only
Damaged

do





M.T.
M.T.
M.T.
(3)
M.T.
M.T.

Damaged
,, M.T.


Damaged







M.T.
Damaged

M.T.
Damaged


M.T.
Damaged

do












Damaged
do
do
do
dc
do
do
do

do
do
do
do


7 12
5 1
26 1
19 1
13 2
16 11
28 11

97 3
12 4

5 6

2 7
16 H8
26 9


I


I













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No. 2.) 11

Marks &
Date Ship Numbers Quantity & Description Consignee and Owner Remarks
Numbers


1 59 Herman

1 59 Langrader
W. T. Anna
2 59
Oranjestad
2 59 Kate


Grannerstore

Titus
Patricia Ann
Flensan


6 59 Sunprincess
7 59 Amazonas


7 59 Veloz

9 59 Adelina


1 11 59 Krosan
27 10 56 Historian


7 11 58 Olufsven

25 11 58 Merchant


16 12 58


16 1


59 Student


31 11 591 Olufsven


4 59 Patricia Ann
5 59 Merchant


6 59 Cuba
8 59 Inventor


Patricia Ann
Vigilante
Herman
Landreder
Sun Flower


16 10 58 Borealis

9 11 58 Daerwood
16 11 58


4

12


SA P. CO,

T.E.N.S.
A.D.D.
R.R.
Central
Sales
G.F.H.

T.E.N.S.
A.D.D.
A.D.D.
T.E.N.S.

A.D.D.

T.E.N.S 31
T.E.N.S 21

G.T.C. 2
L.A.P. 21
W.B. 11
3APCO 10
G.H.
961C1
T.E.N.S.

R.M.B.
F.M. Co.
S.A.P.C.O.
S.A.P.C.O.
Mc C.S.
N.M.
N.M.
Add
L.E.
G.F.H.
O 158
J.T. 101
E.S.L.
G.F.H.
7812

N.M.
W.E.J.

N.M.

McIBros
Add
W.E.J. 101
W.E J.
8633/15
J.T.
N.M.
Add
W.B.
T.E.N.S.


N.L.

G.H.L.
T/DAD
A.E.B.
P.G.H.


1 Ctn. Cocoa

1 Ctn. Kerchiefs
2 bags yams
10 Tins Margarine
1 Pkg. Callenders

1 Ctn. Adv. matter

1 C/S Adv. matter
4 Ctns. Macaroni
1 C/S Adv. Matter
1 Ctn. Macaroni
1 Ctn. Marcaroni
21 Ctns. Macaroni
1 C/S Thinners
1 Ctn. Adv. Material
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
do do
2 Barrels Short Ribs

2 C/S Common Glass-
ware
1 Ctn. Condensed Milk
6 Ctns. Alcholado
1 Ctn. Veg.
I C/S Adv. Material
1 C/S
I Good Ye n Tyre
1 Bkt. Sc Lucia Pots
1 Suitcase used Clothing
1 Ctn. Bottled Goods
1 C/S Plastic signs

1 C/S Adv. Matter
1 Ctn. Evap. Milk
2 Bags Putty

4 Unprotected C.I. Pipes

3 Ctns. Canned Pine
Apples
1 C/S Fraybentos Corned
Beef
1 bag Canning Bottles
1 Bed Springs
1 C/S Adv. Matter


1 C/S Smoked Herrings
1 Loose Soil Pipe
3 Bkts. Smoked Herrings
1 C/S Corned Beef
I Ctn. Canned Meat
1 Ctn. Catsup

4 C/S Chocolate Milk
24 Malted Milk
1 Piece C.I. soil pipe

1 Pkg. Labels
7 Ctns. Stout


2 Damaged
1 M.T.


do

Order
M. Toppin

Central Sales

Geo. F. Huggins

T. E. Noble Smith
do
Joshua Thorne
Order
do
do
Mclntyre Bros.
Order
do
do
do
do
do
do
Gordon Hutchinson

T. E. Noble Smith

Order



Mc C. Salfarlie
Agents
do

L. Evans
Geo. F. Huggins

Joshua Thorne
Agent
do

Overlanded Cargo
do do
W. E. Julien

Agent

Overlanded Cargo
Virginia Wilson
W. Julien & Co.
do

Joshua Thorne
Agents
do
do
T. E. Noble Smith
do

Nicks Ltd.
do


16 5 59


7 10 59


Hera


8 8 59
1 11 59
5 11 59

4 11 59


Rotten

Damaged






















M.T.
M.T.
Damrged





Damaged



Damaged




Damaged

do






M.T.

M.T.

Damaged
do












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JANUARY 7, 1961.-(No 2.)


Ship


Vamos
Patricia Ann
Merchant

Planter

Daerwood
Grader


Selector
Grader
Naturalist


Dalesman
Wynchwood
Hill
Naturalist
Artisan


Gern
Pine Hill
Prospector

Adviser



Pine Hill


Date


Marks &
Numbers

O.S.E.P.
Add
G.F.H.
J.T. 101
S.P.H. 1/8
W.B. 31
Add
N/M.
McE.W.
G.F,H.
N/iM.
NIM.
N/M.

N/M.
G.S.W.S.
W.E.J. 101
H.P.C.
B/dos.

E.A.E.
Co. 1
E.A. 1/5
2/5
Antigua
T.E.N.S.
N/M
N/M,
T.S.L. 531
T.E.N.S
1080 129
T.S.L. 278
A.B.C.
1/14


Quantity & Description


1 Bale Printed Matter
1 Ctn. Merchandise
1 C/S Plastic Signs
1 C/S Adv. Matter
2 C/S Harmless Drugs
1 ,, Adv. Matter
1 Ctn. Printed Matter
1 Pkg. Nails
1 Ctn. Tennents Stout
1 C/S Lactogen
2 Bags Bolts
1 Bag Nails
1 C/S Adv. Matter
2 Bags Fish Meal
2 Cts. Palmolive Soap
1 Ctn. Adv. Matter
1 Ctn. Taylor Walker
Stout

1 C/S Cigarettes

2 Ctns. Adv. Matter
2 Ctns. Glassware
1 Ctn. Adv. Matter
1 Bag Paper Bags
3 Bkts. Galv. Buckets
1 C/S Adv. Matter
1,,

1 Chest Adv. Matter
14 Ctns. Adv. Matter


NOTICE

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association

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


GRADES


Green Nutmegs

Dry do.

Grinders

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Mace Pickings


Advances


25 Cents per lb.


38 do.


12 do.

$1.20 do.


60 Cents.

30 do.


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



PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
ST. GEORGE'S GRENADA

1961


Consignee and Owner



Eugena Handerson

Joshua Thorne
Order
William Brothers
St. James Hotel
Overlanded Cargo
Me E. Williams

Overlanded Cargo
do
Order
Jonas Browne & Hubbard
do do
W. E. Julien
Agents

Jonas Browne & Hubbard
Order
do

Hankeys Ltd.
T. E. N. Smith
Overlanded Cargo
Jonas Browne & H/bard
Everybodys Stores Ltd.
T. E. Noble Smith

Everybodys Stores Ltd.
T. E. Noble Smith


21 9 58



18 5 58


~


Remarks










M,T.




Rotten

Damaged





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Grenada Government Gazette
v.79 no.2

Statutory Rules and Orders
No. 47-48 of 1960




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