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VOL. 79.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1961. [No. 17.
THE following persons have been appointed to
serve as members of the Governing Body of
the Grenada Boys' Secondary School for a period
of one year with effect from 6th March, 1961:-
W. E. Copland, Esq., (Chairman)
The Headmaster, G.B.S.S. Officio
The Education Officer E Of
Mrs. H. E. L. Hosten
Leo de Gale, Esq.,
A. 0. Payne, Esq., M.B.E.
V. O. Williams, Esq.
Bursar, G.B.S.S., Secretary.
Ministry of Social Services,
E. E. HUNTE,
Acting Assistant Secretary to Government.
1st April, 1961.
NOTICE is hereby given that the M/V
Isla Materia "1094", master ANToNIo EMILIO,
has been forfeited under section 19 of the Customs
Ordinance, Cap. 58.
G. E. C. STANFORD,
25th March 1961.
:LAND AND HOUSE TAX NOTICE
Under the Taxes Management Ordinance.
NOTICE is hereby given that the magistrate of
the Western District will hold a special
session at the Magistrate Court House, in the town
of Gouyave, on Friday, the 7th April, 1961, at 9.00
o'clock in the forenoon, for the hearing of appeals
against the assessment of land and houses.
Any person affected by any assessment and
dissatisfied with the same, must give notice in
writing to the Magistrate not less than ten days
before the said session of his intention to object to
N. A. GLEAN,
for Magistrate, Western District.
Importation of Animals, Meat and
Meat Products Into Grenada
T HE attention of the public is invited to the
Animals (Diseases and Importation) Regu-
lations, 1960, S.R. & 0. 37 of 1960, which governs
the importation into this territory of animals, and
of meat and meat products.
2. In particular, attention is drawn to Regulations
16 and 17 which prohibit the importation of any
fresh meat, whether frozen or chilled, any cured or
pickled or smoked meat or meat product, and any
poultry carcase, except from the countries specified
in the Order and under permit from the Super-
intendent of Agriculture. This permit should be
obtained before any order is placed with the
3. Because of the need to guard against the in-
troduction into the territory of such animal diseases
as foot and mouth disease, swine fever, and new-
80 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 1, 1961.-( No. 17.)
castle disease of poultry, strict observance of these
regulations is being enforced. Any animal or
animal product imported in contravention of the
regulations will be seized and destroyed, in addition
to any other penalty which the law might impose.
Ministry of Production & Labour,
23rd March, 1961.
M.P. No. P.L. 122/04.
Grenada Volunteer Constabulary
gEMBERS of the St. George's, Grand Roy,
Gouyave and Victoria detachments of the
Grenada Volunteer Constabulary will be in camp
at Queen's Park, St. George's, from 9th April to
22nd April, 1961.
Members of the St. David's, Grenville, Birchgrove,
Hermitage, Sauteurs, Union and Carriacou detatch-
ments of the Grenada Volunteer Constabulary will
be in camp at Queen's Park, St. George's, from 22nd
April to 6th May, 1961.
Employers are kindly asked to release any mem-
ber in their employ for the purpose of attending the
training camp during the above mentioned periods.
J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Office of the Chief of Police,
10th March, 1961.
Race Meeting, Queen's Park, 3rd and 4th
Regulation of Traffic
Y virtue of the powers vested in me under
Section 79 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance, 1938, I hereby publish the
following orders which shall apply to Queen's
Park on the 3rd and 4th April, 1961 :
(i) From 10.00 a.m. all vehicles proceeding to
Queen's Park shall enter by the Western
entrance (Green Bridge, Emboucherie Road)
keeping to the near or left side of the road.
(ii) BUSES shall NOT enter the enclosure
opposite the pavilion. They will set down and
take up passengers in the open space outside
the enclosure where they may park. Turn-
ing space will be provided. Exit will be by
way of the left or near-side lane towards
the western exit (Green Bridge, Embouch-
erie Road). Buses may also park on the
Emboucherie Road as directed by the Police
(iii) TAXIS may park in their allocated area
outside the enclosure. Tney will be allowed
entrance to the enclosure in which case
they will take exit by way of the bridge to
the River Road.
(iv) PRIVATE OARS will all enter the enclo-
sure and may park in the spaces opposite
the pavilion and east of the race track on
the football field. They will exit by way of
the bridge to the River Road.
(v) NO PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES
WILL BE ALLOWED-
(a) On the River Road between its junction
with Melville Street and a spot 100 feet
(marked) east of the bridge exit from
(b) On Melville Street and the Emboucherie
Road from the junction with the River
Road to a spot 60 feet (marked) north
of the Western (Green Bride) entrance
to the Park.
(vi) Warning devices (horns) are to be used only
when necessary on the grounds of
safety, and not to summon passengers.
J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Office of the Chief of Police,
10th March, 1961.
OFFER OF AUSTRALIAN SCHOLARSHIPS, 1962/63
HE Government of Australia is offering Scholar-
ships under the Commonwealth Scholarship and
Fellowship Plan tenable at Australian Universities
from March, 1962. These Scholarships are mainly
for post-graduate study or research normally ex-
tending over a period of two academic years, but
a small number of Scholarships may also be award-
ed at the undergraduate level, including courses in
teacher-training institutions and technical colleges.
The duration of under-graduate awards will depend
on the length of the course undertaken.
2. Benefits : The following benefits apply to
both types of Scholarship:
(a) travel to and from Australia generally by
(b) all compulsory fees;
(c) living allowances of -A8G0 per annum for
post-graduate Scholars and 'A640 per
annum for under-graduates. A special sup-
plementary allowance may be paid when
a scholar is travelling in Australia in con-
nection with his course;
(d) clothing allowance up to a maximum of A50;
(e) a marriage allowance of A200 for post-grad-
uate scholars accompanied by their wives;
this allowance will not be payable in respect
of a wife who holds a scholarship herself, or
who is in paid employment; nor will it be
payable during the first year, unless the
scholar was married at the time of his
application for an award.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, APRIL 1, 1961.-(No. 17.)
3. Conditions : Applicants should be less than
28 years of age on 1st March, 1962, but in special
circumstances this age limit may be raised. Medi-
cal certificates are not required at this stage, but
successful applicants will in due course be required
to comply with the medical provisions of the immi-
gration requirements for entry of students to
Australia. The wife of a married scholar must
also satisfy these requirements. Further infor-
mation may be obtained from the Secretary
to Government, if requested.
4 Applications: Applications must be made in
sextuplicate on the prescribed form, a specimen
of which can be seen at the Administrator's
Office, and these should be accompanied by six
copies of all supporting documents except by birth
certificate, where only one is required. All
applications must be forwarded to the Secretary to
Government, Administrator's Office, St. George's
Grenada, to reach him not later than 10th April,
27th March, 1961.
OFFER OF A TWO YEAR GERMAN
THE Federal Government has accepted the offer
of a scholarship by the Federal Republic of
Germany to students of the West Indies for the
1962 Academic year.
The scholarship which is tenable at any Univer-
sity, Technological College, Vocational College or
Vocational School in Western Berlin or Western
Germany is available in the following fields of
(a) Economics (Political Economy, Trade &
Industry and Sociology)
Conditions of Scholarship: Educational quali-
fication must be proved by means of certificates
and recommendations of Professors. As a rule,
only such applicants are eligible to apply as have
already studied at a University or Vocational
School. Only candidates of graduate status or
those expecting to graduate within a year of this
announcement should apply. A working knowledge
of German will be an advantage.
Applications on the prescribed forms, which are
available at the Administrator's Office, should be
submitted in quadruplicate to the Secretary to
Government not later than 31st May, 1961.
THE GRENADA BANANA CO-
(Ordinance No. 57/1954, Section 7)
T is hereby notified that the Annual General
Meeting of the Grenada Banana Co-operative
Society will be convened on Thursday, 27th April,
1961, at 10.00 a.m. at the rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce on the Carenage, St. George's, for the
election of six members to serve on the Committee
of Management for the ensuing period of twelve
Dated this 24th day of March, 1961.
W. A. KNIGHT,
T ENDERS are invited for the purchase of the
1 Overland Office situated on Sendall Street in
the town of Grenville.
The successful Tenderer must agree to remove said
building from its present site by 30th April, 1961.
Sealed Tenders marked "Tender Overland Office"
should be addressed to the Secretary to reach him
not later than 4.00 p.m. on 15th April, 1961.
The Board does not bind itself to accept the
highest or any tender.
L. A. JACQUES,
District Board Office,
27th March, 1961.
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Grenada Ce-operative Nutmeg Association
Effective from 15th December, 1958
Ourrent Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:
Dried Whole Mace
Dried Broken Mace
25 Cents per lb.
B. 8. RENWICK,
Date fixed: 8th December, 1958 Secretary
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