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205


GRENADA


Government Gazette


S|tullirhed &g tithorit

VOL. 8).] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1962. [No. 44.

DESPATCH FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE REGARDING REPORT
OF COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO EXPENDITURE IN GRENADA.


TIHE following despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies to the Administrator of Grenada
is published for general information.
Sir,
I have the honour to refer to the conclusions and recommendations of the Commission of Inquiry
into the control of public expenditure in Grenada during 1961 and subsequently (CMD. 1735).
The abuses disclosed by the Commission of Inquiry struck at the roots of good Government in
that they concerned the control of public expenditure and the morale of the Civil Service. As regards
the former, the Commission found that the former Minister of Finance had disregarded and contra-
vened the laws and regulations governing the control of expenditure; and that expenditure had been
incurred wastefully or unnecessarily through failure by Ministers to seek or refusal to accept the advice
of the civil servants. It cannot too strongly be emphasized that the observance of proper controls over
the expenditure of public funds is essential to enable a Government to maintain the confidence of the
public both at home and abroad. As I am responsible to Parliament for the proper expenditure of
United Kingdom funds provided for Grenada, I have felt obliged to take steps to ensure that I am in a
position more effectively to discharge that responsibility. A large proportion of the funds available
for Grenada is however derived from local revenues and it is therefore of direct concern to the people
of Grenada themselves that there should be an effective system of control over the expenditure of public
monies and that the system should be faithfully observed. Indeed this is of importance not only to the
people of Grenada but to the other British territories in the area, particularly if they should decide to
join together in a new federation; since financial instability in one unit would inevitably affect the
financial stability of the other territories with which it was associated.
I have, therefore, decided that special steps must in the interest of Grenada, be taken to ensure
that there can be no recurrence of the financial malpractices disclosed by the Commission of Inquiry.
First among these is the provision in the revised constitution which will come into effect at the time of
the next general election giving you the power to appoint an official as Minister of Finance. Secondly, it
will be necessary to review the Finance and Audit Ordinance with the object of ensuring that it adequately
safeguards public funds. I shall shortly be addressing a further communication to you suggesting
desirable amendments to your Finance and Audit Ordinance including provisions in regard to surcharge
on the lines recommended by the Commission in paragraph 59 of their report. Thirdly, I should be
grateful if you would put in hand an early revision of the Financial and Store Rules on the lines re-
commended in paragraph 60 of the Commission's Report. Lastly, I agree with the Commission (para-
graph 62 of their Report) that the Standing Rules and Orders of the Legislative Council should in due
course be amended so as to provide for the constitution and conduct of the Public Accounts Committee
which should have a permanent place in the machinery of Government.





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206 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1962.-(No. 44.)

As regards the Civil Service, the Commission of Inquiry found that the Executive had
deliberately destroyed its morale by an undesirable interference with administrative duties and by
improper threats against security of office; and that the Civil Service had been induced by this interference
and these threats to commit or to condone improprieties or irregularities in the expenditure of public
funds. These are very grave findings. It is essential to good government to ensure that individual public
servants are in a position to perform their duties without fear or favour. This state of affairs can only
come about by protecting the independence of the Civil Service from political interference. Much
damage has been done to the morale of the Civil Service of Grenada by the policy of threats intimida-
tion exercised by the Government now dismissed from office. In the interests of good government in
Grenada. I must express the earnest hope that in time this damage will be repaired by scrupulous
observance of the proper principles and traditions governing the relationship of Ministers and Civil
Servants.

The Commission of Inquiry made certain recommendations in regard to the control of the Public
Service in paragraph 58 of their Report. In accordance with the recommendation in paragraph 58(1)
the revised constitution which will come into effect at the time of the next general election will provide
for the appointment of members of the Public Service Commission by you acting in your discretion and
not after consultation with the Chief Minister as before (though in this connection I should point out
that even under the former constitution the final decision on the selection of members of the Public
Service Commission rested with you since you were not constitutionally required to act in accordance
with the Chief Minister's advice in this particular matter). As regards the Commission's recommen-
dation in paragraph 58(2), it should perhaps be stated for the record that under the Grenada (Constitu-
tion) Order in Council, 1959, the power to appoint, promote, transfer, dismiss and exercise disciplinary
control over public servants was clearly vested in you acting after consultation with the Public Service
Commission. As you know, the effect of these provisions is to place control over individual members of
the Public Service clearly and firmly in your hands. (The phrase "acting after consultation with the
Public Service Commission" means that you are required to consult the Public Service Commission
before exercising the powers but that you are not bound to follow its advice). As you are aware, these
provisions will remain in the revised constitution to be introduced at the time of the next general
election, but will be modified by the deletion of Section 52(a) of the Grenada (Constitution) Order in
Council which required you to consult with the Chief Minister before making an appointment to the
office of any Permanent Secretary of a Ministry of Head or Deputy Head of a Department of Govern-
ment on transfer from another such office carrying the same salary (though again, having regard to the
definition in Section 6(6) of the phrase "acting after consultation", it was not necessary for you to follow
the Chief Minister's advice given under Section 52(a). Due consideration will be given at the appro-
priate time to the recommendation in paragraph 58(3) of the Commission's Report, though it should
perhaps be made clear that the present constitutional provision regarding membership of the Public
Service Commission do not exclude the appointment of members resident outside of Grenada.

Before leaving the subject of the Public Service I should like to endorse the views expressed in
paragraph 63 of the Commission's Report which relates to the Civil Service Association in Grenada.
A properly organised Association has an important part to play in fostering and encouraging the
efficiency and morale of the Service. I hope that the Association will receive every official encourage-
ment in the future and that senior members of the Service will be encouraged to join and to make a
useful contribution to its activities.

I would also draw attention to paragraph 61 of the Commission's Report which emphasised the
importance of recording decisions and instructions in writing. This is a matter which relates to all
aspects of Government activity. As the Commission themselves pointed out, the need to record
decisions and instructions in writing might be thought too obvious to require mention. I share the
Commission's disquiet on learning that both the former Ministers and civil servants in Grenada failed
to observe this elementary but essential procedure. I trust that suitable instructions will now be issued
to ensure that it is faithfully observed in future.

Finally, I wish strongly to endorse the criticisms voiced by the Commission in paragraph 64 of their
Report against the publication and free distribution of party political propaganda at public expense.
There are the strongest objections of principle to this type of activity, and indeed to any similar
activities by which public funds are used for strictly party political purposes (e.g. the financing from
public funds of a constituency office). I am, therefore, glad to note that you have now stopped the use
,of public funds for the publication of the party journal entitled "The Star".

I should be glad if you would arrange for this despatch to be published at an early date in Grenada.

I have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your most obedient humble servant

R. MAUDLING.

Administrator's Office,
23rd July, 1962.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1962.--(No. 44.) 20'


GOVERNMENT NOTICE

ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 108.
C ONSEQUENT on the grant of one year's leave
to Mr. GEORGE HOSTEN, Mr. T. C. PAYNE,
Administrative Assistant has been app inted to acu
Permanent Secret by, Ministry of Commerce, In-
dustry and Tourism with effect from 23rd July,
1962, and until further notice.
P.F. 201.
25th July, 1962.


NOTICE

11HE precise division of Ministerial responsibility,
as between the Secretary of State for the
Colonies and Secretary f)r Technical Co-operation,
in respect of matters concerning Her Majesty's
Overseas Civil Service is hereby notified for general
information :-
The Secretary of State for the Colonies is
responsible for:-
(a) Transfers, promotions an1 disciolin-e, and
issues relating to tham. He is also respon-
sible for appointment to senior pists such
as Governorships and Chief Justic'-hips
even where the appointment is filled other-
wise than by transfers or promotion from
within the Service, e.g. the appointment of
a Puisne Judge which is formally subject to
Her Majesty's approval would be a matter
in whicn the Secretary of Sate would have
Ministerial responsibility even although the
offi er appointed might not be a serving
officer.
(b) Compensation schemes, including the eligi-
bility for them of individual officers.
(c) General Service matters are not related to
expa riate recruitment and the functioning
of (.S.A.S. e.g. matters relating io the pay
of local officers, or the Ice disation ot Public
Services.
(d) Pensions payable by the Governments of
dependent territories.
2. The Secretary for Technical Co-operation has
Ministerial responsibility for :-
(a) Selections and recruim -nt f:or the Overseas
Service. The actual appointments are of
course made by the Overseas Governments
or by the Crown Agents acting on tieir
behalf.
(b) The Selection, an] actual appointment of
persons appointed under technical. assistance
agreements and personnel mrnaters sub-
sequently arising in the course of their
service.
(c) The Submission of names from the United
Kingdom to international agencies for
appointments by them.
(d) The administration of the O'erseas Service
Aid Scheme, including the determination of
officers eligible for designation under it.
{e) The provision of training for members of the
Service of Overseas Governmenis and Ad-
ministrations.
(f) Special Lists A and B of overseas officers
serving in Nigeria.


(g) Any issues arising in respect of H.M.O.C.S.
officers serving in independent countries.
2. For the purposes of Colonial Regulations,
officers selected for appointment by the Secretary
of Technical Co-operation are to be regarded as
officers appointed with the approval of the
secretary of State.

Administrator's Office,
Grenada.
23rd July, 1962.


ADVERTISEMENT

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably qual-
ified persons to to fill two posts of Produce
Inspectors in the Department of Agriculture,
Grenad i, which will soon become vacant.
2. The posts are pensionable and carry salary in
the sole $3,444 x 144-$3,876. Transport allow-
ance at the rate of $1,284 per annum will be payable
in respect of the maintenance of motor cars which
are essential for the efficient performance cf the
duties of the posts.
3. Successful applicants will be expected to work
in the Marketing Division of the Department and
carry out regulatory duties in connect ion with the
inspection o' all shipments of export crops leaving
Grenada for Overseas Markets. It will be their
duty to inspect all private and co-operatively owned
promises in which such agricultural products are
handled, processed, dried, graded an 1/or fumigated
prior to export. r'eir duties will include the
conducting of short field surveys from time to time
of all locally grown f ,odorops, in orlier to assist in
their distribution an marketing. It will also be
the duty of 'he Produce Inspectors to advise
farmers on the harvesting of all field crops.
4. Young men with many years pra.ctictl farmine
experience and with knowledge of loc 1 farming
conditions will be considered eligible for appoint-
ment. Preferece will be given to applicants with
experience ii performing regulatory duties as in
paragraph 3 above.
5. App ications giving particulars of age, educa-
tion and exp rieu'he, whici should be ac ompanied
by two testimonials, should reach the S cret.ry of
the P-'nlic -ervice C mmis.ion, Administrator's
Otic,, Grenada, not later than the 15th August,
1962.

Administrator's Office,
St. George's,
Gr'nada, W.I.
24bh July, 1962.


TREASURY

NY person in C.rriacou having in his or her
possession Treasury Receipt No. 591147 is
asked to present such receipt as soon as posib!e to
the Accountant Goneral, The Treasury, Grenada,
or the District Officer, Carriacou, for scrutiny.

F. R. PHILLIP,
Accountant General.
The Treasury,
4th July, 1962.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1962.-(No. 44.)


NOTICE


Under Water Supply Ordinance Cap.
(Period For Payment Of Rates)


240


OTICE is hereby given that the assessment
lists as finally determined may be seen at the
Office of the St. George's Corporation and the
District Revenue Offices, between the 1st day of
May and the 31st day of July, and that attendance
will be given during that period for the purpose of
receiving the rates and the rents fixed by the St.
George's Corporation and the several District
Boards.


F. R. PHILLIP,
for Financial Secretary,


Treasury,
St. George's.


REGISTRATION NOTICE


THE River Sallee Co-operative Credit Union
Limited is this day registered as a Co opera-
tive Society under the provisions of the Co-opera-
tive Societies' Ordinance No. 15 of 1955.
Dated this 19th day of July, 192.

C. A. 11ARTINEAU,
Registrar of Co-operatives,


NOTICE

TUNDER the authority of Section 55 of the
('o-operative Societies Ordinance No. 15 of
1955, the Administrator has seen fit to remit (a)
Stamp Duty and (b) Registration Fees in the case
of the River -"allee o-onerative < redit Union
Limited, registered under the aforesaid Ordinance.

C. A. MARrINEAU,
Registrar of ( o-operatives.


ANNOUNCEMENT



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme


Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected Strains
of Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1963


ERSONS desirous of obtaining Planting I material
f'om the Cocoa Stations for phlnting in 1963,
should apply on the forms provided for that
purpose, entitled: Application Form for Plants
Propagated for Distribution by the Department of
Agriculture."
(2) Application forms should be forwarded'in
Duplicate to the Cocoa Agronomist, Mt. Home


Cocoa Station, St. Andrew's, to reach him net
later than 31st August, 1962.
(:I) Applications received after the 31st August
1962, will neither be acknowledge i nor considered.
(4) Application forms are available at the
Department of Agriculture, all Agricultural an-1
Cocoa Stations, and District Revenue. Offices.
Application forms can also be obtained from all
members of the extension staff of the Department
of Agriculture.
(5) Rotted Cocoa Cuttings ire delivered at a
cost of 50. per plant to the applicant, at a point, as
near as possible to the site at which they are to be
planted, and accessible at the time to the motor
vehicle conveN ing the plants.
(6) The conditions under which Planting Mate-
rial will be issued are as follows:---
(i) The area selected by an applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as soon
as possible after the receipt of the applica-
tion, for the purpose of determining the
suitability of the site in regards to altitude,
soil type, wind protection and other ecologi-
cal and environmental conditions. The
applicant will then be notified whether or
not the area is approved for planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no
allocation of plants will be made to the
applicant.
(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an author-
ised officer will inform the applicant what
minimum action is required of him by the
Department of Agriculture, in regard to
provision of ground shade, windbreaks, soil
conservation measures, soil preparation etc.
The Agricultural Department ,will render all
assisianco, guidance and advice in this
connection.
(iv) The minimum area for which plants will be
issued will be that which will contain fifty
(50) rooted cuttings planted at a spacing of
12ft. x 12ft. in a block.
The area to be planted will he re-insl.ected
by an auwhorised officer immediately before
the proposed date of delivery of the plants,
for the purpose of asc retaining whether all
conditions have been satisfactorily fulfilled,
and whether the area is in a suitable state
of preparation fcr planting.
(v) Authorised officers of the Department of
Agiculture will make periodic inspections
of the replanted areas, as often as may be
consider i necessary, for the purpose of
observing field conditions, the development
of the young plants and advising the grower
on the care and management of the young
plants.
(vi) Applicants are advised to take advant ige of
the experience already gained in replanting
methods at the Cocoa Stations and other
plots, where replanting with rooted cocoa
cuttings have already been undertaken.
Applicants are accordingly invited to visit
the Cocoa Stations and to make the fullest
possible use of all information that is
available.
G. A. SOUTHWELL,
Superintendent of Agriculture & Chairman,
C.occa Rehabilitation Board.


208


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1962.-(No. 44.)


209


NOTICE

N accordance with the Provisions cf the Customs Ordinance 1960 (No. 35/60).

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the goods listed below having remained in the Library
Transit Shed for over three months and not cleared will be offered for sale at the Library Transit
Shed on Tuesday 31st July, 1962.
The Sale commences at 10.30 A.M.

E. F. CHERMAN,
Collector of Customs.


Importing Vessel and Date Packages


of Report Mi


B.W.I.A. 23. 11. 60


B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.

B.W.T.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.1.A.
B.W.I.A.
B W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.\v.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.LA,

B.W.I.A.
B.W l.A.
li-WI.A.
B.W.I.A.


arks and No. and Cont
Nos. Kind

10355:) 1 Bag Calenders
10563 1 Bag Calenders
103561 1 Bag Calenders
101164 1 ling Calenders
255371 1 Package Samples
240415 1 Package Tractor Parte
239231 4 Packages Shirts
4967923 1 Parcel Blocks
242677 1 Package Printed Matt
577794 1 Carton Lighting Fixi
94'559 1 Carton Steak Maker
893473 1 Package Samles
354188 1 Package Merchandise
3'0149 1 Package Football C-u
257047 1 Package Printed \latt
3247652 1 Pickige Coup-ns
257377 1 Package Motor Spares
3257705 1 Package Football Cou
3247763 1 Package Coupons
13650z 1 Uarrton Hardware
125 ;78 1 Cartcn Costume Jew
1413726 1 P.k-ige Unknown
161991f6 2 P'nckag-s; Motor Car F
1619526 1 P-tkdge ?amplcs
25 (i:: PI ck- e Auto Parts
1JO-24; 1 P.,ck,;ge Samples
45108 1 Package Brandy
1418349 1 ; arcel Alm.nnacs
ld. 1 Package Merchandise
Id. I Package Merchandise
M. 1 packagee Cards
d. 1 Carton Motor Vehicl
d. 1 Package Hollowiire
M. 1 Carton Samples
M. I only Ice Cream F]
M. 2 only Odd size shot
M. 1 Box Shandee Spai
d... 1 Box Garments
d. 1 Parcel Deposit Vouc
d. 1 -irtnr Paper Rolls
1. 1 Parcel Coupons
.d. 1 Parcel .Adverts
.d. 1 Bag Commercial
234063 1 Carton Commercial
d. 1 Piee Element
M. 1 Carton Hiugar Samjp
.d. 1 Carton Motor Vehicl
d. 1 Carton Parts
M. 1 only Racing Cycle
385682 1 Carton Radio Spares
247887 1 Parcel Samples
M. 1 Carton Plastic Samp
d. 1 Package Merchandise


consignee
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3


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ures
s


ipons
ert


pons


'elry

arts


e 'arts


freezer
es
nule

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Samples
Samples

es
le Parts




les


United Traders
Caribbean Trader
A. Johnson
E. A. Layne
James Milne
True Blue
Royal Bank
James Milne
West Indian
Her reras
Silver Sands Hotel
Rush & Sons
Order
J. K. M. 'oltysik
J. Renwick
J. K. Soltysik
Gee. F. Huggins
J. K. Ssltysik
.J. K. Soltysik
Everybody's Stores
D. Slinger & Co.
Geo. F. Huggins
Geo. F. Huggins
B. N. Davi4
Geo. F. Huggins
Federal Agencies
Hankeys Itd.
James Milne
G/da Sugar Factory
Mendes E-q.
Order
Order
W. E. Julien
Order
Order
Order
Order
Carmelite Sisters
Hankeys Ltd.
Hankeys Ltd.
Malcolm Cummings
Geo. F. Huggins
Noble Smith
James Milne
Everybodys Stores
Order
Juliens
Juliens
Order
Order
Federal Agencies
Order
W. F. A. Bayne


Ad
Ad
N.
Ad
Ad
N.
N.
N.
N.
Ad
Ad
Ad
Ad
Ad
Ad

Ad
N.
Ad
Ad
N.


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GOVERNMENT, GAZETTE, JULY 28,1 1962.-(No. 44.)


Packages
Imqorting Vessel and Date Packages
of Report Marks and No. and C ontents Consignees
__________________Nos. I Kind \ ontent_________________


B.W.I.A. 14. 12. 59
B.W.I.A. 24. 2. 60
B.W.I.A. 31. 12. 59
B-W.I.a. 22. 3. 60
B.W.I.A. 23. 3. 60
B.W.I.A. 28. 3. 60
B.W.I.A. 31. 3. 60
B.W.I.A. 23. 4. 60
B.W.I.A. 25. 4. 61
Fernwood 14. 4. 53
Canadian Cruiser 15. 3. 57
Darewood 1. 6. 57
Mary Maud 9. 7. 57
West Indian 16. 7. 57
Zinna 31. 1- 58
Darewood 18. 6. 58

Rhoda L. 1. 11. 58
Zinna 11. 12. 58


Faithful Star 9.
Zinna 22.


Darewood
Patricia Ann
Specialist W.
Rhoda L.


Herman Langreder 28. 7. 59
Carib Clipper 10. 8. 59
Kirkdale 18. 9. 59
Lady Jean 26. 10. 59
B'dos Pioneer 22. 11. 59

Lucky Star 5. 12. 59
Carib Clipper 17. 2. 60
Lucky Star 5. 3. 60

Rhoda L, 12. 3. 60
Carib Clipper 13. 3. .0


1 Case
1 Package
I Package
1 Package
1 I'ackage
1 Package
1 Package
I Carton
1 Package
1 Package
1 Package
1 Package
1 Package
1 Package
1 Carton
1 Package
1 Package


B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.WI-A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B-W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.

B.WI.A.

B.W.I.A.
B.W.I.A.

B.W.I.A

B.W.I.A.


( 1 Package
1 Package
S1 Package
3 1 Package
1 S/Case
1 Package
1 Package
1 Package
1 Package
2 Packages
1 Carton
1 Carton
1 Package
1 Package
1 Package
2 Packages
10Cartons
2 Cartons
1 Coil
10 Ctns.
1 Carton
1 Bale
1 Carton

2 Drums
1 Carton

1 Case
5 M. T.
1 Case

2 Cases
2 P'kgs.
1 Carton
1 P'kg.
1 lube
60 Cartons
22 'artons
1 Carton
2 Cartons

1 C(asq
1 CaOe
2 Be es

1 Loose
1 Bdl.


2650519
1704658
1723097
197138
270524
272018
Add 18186
7716887
941628
1402415
761043
186z74
166S42
178911
196882
186447
Add


5. 61
5. 61
6. 61
6. 61
6. 61
6. 61
7- 58
11. 58
11. 58
5. 59
11. 59
7. 59
2. 59
11. c9
11. 59
9. 59
10. 59


210o


21557, 1 Package


Printed Matter
Cycle Hose
Samples
Brush
Football Equipment
Stationery
Tobacco Specimen
Tobacco
Compressor Parts
Tobacco Samples
Commercial Samples
Refrigator Parts
Merchandise
Commercial Samples
Merchandise
Commercial Samples
Printing Blocks

Merciiandise

Commercial Samples
Merchandise
Merchandise
Merchandise
Merchandise
Type
Guns Racing Tickets
Car Parts
Paper Toys
B.O.A.C. Folders
Soapless Detergent
Outboard Motor
Merchandise
Sample Shoes
Time Tables
Ships Stores
Rum
Macaroni Products
Wire
Whisky
Vim
Goods
Plastic Models

Vulcanizing Cement
Cider

Greetipg Cards
5 Gal. Bottles
St~vp Parts

Advertising Materials
do
do
Tractor Parts
duringg Tube
Milk
(.at hi:p
Labelq
Mierqhandise

Merchandise
Adv. Materials
Gents Shirts

Tyre
Iron Goal Pots


30. 8. 59

24. 11. 59
30. 4. 59

21. 11. 60

21. 9. 54


8299(
17327]
14065(
19997t
Add
Add
Add
667754
847719
194789
210570
267213
727831
90521
1365110
206687
F. L.
M.A.&Co.
W. E. J.
M. G'da.
W. E. J.
3069
D. T. L.
A. T. L.
Add.
A.P.C.L. &
B.
L. 52
Add.
Cleophas
John
F. B. A.
G.F. H.
W. E. J.
Add.
Me. I. B.
Add.
N. L.
T. N. S.
Imp.
Agencies
Esso
J. A.
RFKS&Co.
ICR
M.('.I B.
Add


1. 59
1. 59

1. 59
2. 59
5. 59
5. 59


Hankeys Ltd.
Geo. F. Huggins
James Milne
I. A. C. L.
Police Sports Club
Gee. F, Huggins
Carib Tobaco Co-
R. F. Dehaney
Federal Agencies
Carribean Tobacco Co.
J. K. N1. Soltysik
T. E. Noble Smith
1). A. Corbon
Maria Scott
L. L. Ramdhanny
T. E. Noble Smith
Barclays Bank for
Hankeys Ltd.
Rup2rt Bishop
C/o Bishops Agencies
Alston .ohnson
W. E. Julieu
O. D. Brisbane & Sons
I.A.C.L.
Wilfred Born
West Indian
Rupert Bishop
Otway
C. Agencies
A. Legostes
P. G. Hosten
R. Ramon
O. D. Brisbane & Sons
Carib Trading Co.
Agents B.W.I.A.
A. W. Hersley
Order
Agents
openss Browne & Hubbard
do
do
Order
Order

Me Intyre Bros,
Order

do
Joe Pitt
Order

Bishop's Agencies
Geo, F. Huggins
Order
lM Intyre Bros.
do
Maria Scott
Order
Order
Imperial Agencies

Es-o
Geo. F. Huggins
Hollywood F. House

Mc Intyre Bros.
Order












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1962.-(No. 44.)


211


Packages
Importing Vessel and Date cages
of Report Marks and No. and Contents onsignees
Nos. Kind Contents

Confident I. G. 29. 6. 66 D.O.A. 1 Box Drugs Order
Faithful Star 1. 7. 60 H. L. 1 Drum Oil Hankeys Ltd.
Lucky Star 3. 9. 60 J.Q.C. 1 Case Fea Order
Rhoda L. 10, 9. 60 Add. 1 P'kg. Generator Leigh Williams
Island Pride 11. 9. 60 H.'4. 1 Carton Chairs Order
B'dos. Pioneer 18. 9. 60 M.P. 2 Cases Samples Mitchell's Pharmacy
W. L. Eunicia 27. 10. 60 R.A.B. 15 Pkgs. Medicines Andre Salhab
C.B.
Lady Violet Mac. 22. 9. 6(' G.S. & Co. 2 Bales Cotton Sheeting Order
D'Ortac 14. 10. 60 P.P. 1 Case Farex Central Sales
Island Pride 6. 11. 60 Add. 1 P.ne G1Iss Order
Confident IG 15. 11. 60 C.!'. 1 Box Thermogene Order
Confident IG 29. 11. 60 t'.L. & Co. 1 Carton Toothpaste Oider
St. Andrew 25. 11. 601 Me. I. Bros, 1 Case Adv. Materials Order
Harriette Whitakerl7. 12. 60 V.J. 69 1 Case Apparel Central Sales
Confident I4 11. 12. 59 i 3 Bottles Rum Seized


Statemant of C ~iny Nite3 anl British Caribbean CGin in Circu!ation in thb
Brit!.:i Car:bbsan Territories (astern Group) on 1st July, 1062


Average circulation during May, 1962:-
British Caribbean Currency
Demonetised Government notes


3-ritish Caribbean notes and coin in
circulation on 1st July, 1962:-
Trinidad and Tobago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Mbntserrat
Proof Set of Coins "

Total British Caribhean notes & Coin in circulation
on I st July, 1962


Notes

$ c.
96,069,132.00
979,921.00

$ 97,04P,053.00


43,330,143.00
7,018,225.00
29,861,845.00
5,136,100.00
768,300.00
1,269,000.00
2,290,400.00
4,530,300.00
919,600.00
218,200.00


$95,345,113.00


Coins

$ c.
4,779,752.00


S4,779,752.00



2,172,121.00
679,450.00
1,017,786.00
218,800.00
114,325.00
141,625.00
122,725.00
160,175.00
139,575.00
26,100.00
1,870.00

$4,789,762.Q0


-Demcnetised Government notes outstanding
on 1st July, 1962
Trinidad and Tobago
British Guiana
Barbados

Total Government notes outstanding

Total circulation on 1st July, 1962.


Headquarters,
Britisn Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad.


673,446.00
241,265.00
64,229.00

$ 978,940.00

S96,324,08-.0O0


'. SPENCE,
Exet uiire Commissip er
British Caribbean Curraency pord.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1962.--(No. 44.)


LABOUR DEPARTMENT,
ST. GEORGES,
GRENADA, W. I.
18th June, 1962.

THE following information on the subject of Cost of Living Figures, in so far as agricult'ir-il
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 FIGURES FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1962


The revised cost of living figure for all items for the month of April, 1962 is 116.1 a rise-
of 16.1 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 mouth 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, 1957, taken as 100:-


Year


1939
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957

1958
1959
1960
1961
1962


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

102
104
106
111
117


March April


May


June


Aug.


Sept.




173
178
184
184
208
209
204
21-j
258
284
290
291
288
292

100
103
105
108
115


Oct. Nov. Dec.


167
179
180
188
204
206
213
215
25!r
284
289
291
288
293

101
104
105
109
115


173
169
169
181
190
2.)6
206
2 ,0
216
263
281
289
291
238
294

101
104
1U6
110
117


PRINCIPAL CHANGES DURING MONTH
Food: There was a decrease in the retail price of cooking oil during the period under review
Due to an error in the calculation of the figures in this group the March index reads 111.9 instead of
113.8.
The correct group index figure for the month of April, 1962 is 113.7.
Clothing: There were increases in the retail prices of women's vests and pansies, plain cotton
and seersucker which resulted in an increase of 2.8 points above the figure for Marah, 1962. The group
index figure now stands at 128.
Fuel and Cleaning: There were no changes in the retail prices of the items in this group. Like
March, 1962, the group index figure remained unchanged at 119.5.
Drink and Tobacco: There were no changes in the retail prices of the items in this group
during the month. The March, 1962 figure of 110.7 therefore remained unchanged.
Miscellaneous Goods: During the period under review, the average level of prices of articles
under this group remained unchanged. The group index figure remained ai 120.8.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY .28, 1902.--(No. 44.),


; ., ,EDUCATION NOTICE

THE G.,:O.;Examination will be held in January
'icl963, andthereafter in January of each year
insteAid aofin, June.-
-BThe initial; entry fee to the University is one
peon&'(*480). In addition to this entry fee, the
entra rde fee for each subject at Ordinary Level is
teowshiklihgs ($2.40) and for a subject at Advanced
LBdvl, twenty-five shillings ($6.00) .A local fee of
$4i80ii charged for each entry.
.Entbrieifero the January 1963 Examinatian will
clsdn, 3o i &i August, and- no entry will be accepted
after that date.-'
H. H. PILGRIM,
Local Secretary.


GRENADA'
COURT NOTICES

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands

Suit No. 145 of 1960.
Between
Mc CARTNEY & WILLIAMS LIMITED Plaintiff
vs
EILEEN SYLVESTER Defendant.
BY ORDER made 16th July 1962 there will
be offered for sale at this Office on Friday 10th
August 1962 at 12.00 o'clock noon ALL THE
right title and interest of the Defendant of and in
AtI'"TH'AT-l!t of land containing by estimation
One Rood situate at Belmont, St. George's, and
bounded as described in olan annexed to Indenture
dated 24th August 1956 made between Elfreda
Jeffrey and Elaine Street One Part and Joseph
Trail Other Part and recorded in Deeds and Land
Registry, Grenada, in Liber Q7X at page 439
TOGETHER with the buildings thereon.
THE said interest is believed to be an estate in
fee simple and is sold subject to a mortgage dated
3rd May 1958 and a Deed of Further Charge
dated 29th August 1958 for securing $6,500,00
with interest at $6.00 per centum per annum from
4th May 1962 and $1,500.00 with interest thereon
at the ratr of $8.00 per centum per annum from
4th Mai- 1l92 respectively,both which said mort-
gage n.dfl;eed of Further Charge are made
between rire Defendant of -he One Part and Louise
\eroni:.Li Coard of the Other Part but free from
all judgments against the defendant so far as
known.
THE Sale is subject to the usual conditions a
copy of which may be seen at this office and to the
RESERVE PRICE of $5,500.00.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1962.

ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Acting Chief Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Grenada,
July 1962.


GRENADA.


In The Suprerme C:&urt Of The, W n. :wrd
Islands and' LeewardM Islands -


Suit No. 221 of 1961 '

Between


MARIE GWENDOLINE PEARCE


HAROLD CECIL LLOYD &
MICHAEL ADRIAN CARSTENS


Plaintiff



Defendants


THERE will be offered for sale at this office
on Friday, 10th August, 1962 at 12 o'clock noon
by Order made 16th July 1962 ALL THAT lot 6f
land called "Wolsey Park" known' as "The Park"
situate partly in the parish of Saint David and
partly in the parish of Saint George containing
Nineteen Acres Two Roods and Fifteen Poles
bounded as described in plan marked "O"
annexed to Indenture made 14th August 1948
between Rosalie Otway One part and George
William Paterson Other Part and recorded in
Deeds and Land Registry, Grenada, in Liber 19
page 501 TOGETHER WITH buildings and
erections thereon AND ALSO ALL THAT lot of
land part of the said "Park Estate" .and shown
on said plan and sold to Hannibal Sandif6rd and
bounded one side by Public Road ariother side by
Park River and on another side by lands of
George Robertson AND ALSO ALL THAT lot
containing one Acre more or less originally part
of Mt. Pleasant Estate, St. David's, Grenada,
bounded North by lands of William Mc Millan
South by Public Road East by lands of heirs of
Mc Millan and on West by lands herein before
described SAVE and EXCEPT out of the lot first
hereinbefore described ALL THAT lot containing
Five Poles which is described in plan marked"A"
annexed to Indenture, made 2nd August 1944
between J. N. Otway One Part and George C.
Green Other Part recorded in.Deeds and Lands
?:try aforesaid in Liber E9 page 65 AND
ALSO SAVE and EXCEPT ALL THAT lot
containing One Acre and Seventeen Poles which
is bounded as shown ona the said plan. as,."lot of
land reserved for the Estate when it was sold to
Dr. Paterson by Mrs. John Otway One acre and
seventeen Poles".
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale a copy of which may be seen at this office
and to the RESERVE PRICE of $57,777.60.


ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Acting Chief Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
- July 1962.


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GOVERNMENT GAZE ITE, JULY 28, 1962.--(No. 44.)


GRENADA

In The Supreme Court of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands



(Original Jurisdiction)

Suit No. 174 of 1958

Between


R. T. S. DONALD


ELIJAH EVANS GITTENS
now MCKERLON ELIJAH GITTENS


on Friday, the 10th day of August, 1962, at
12.00 o'clock noon all the right title and interest
of the abovenamed Elijah Evans Gittens. to and
in ALL .THOSE lots pieces or parcels of land
situate in the parish of Saint George in the island
of Grenada containing in the aggregate 19 acres
1 rood 20 poles and abutted and bounded as
shewn in a plan or diagram prepared by Norris
Williams, Licensed Surveyor, after a survey
carried out by him in November, 1961,
TOGETHER with the buildings situate thereon.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions, a
copy of which may be seen at this office and to
the RESERVE PRICE of $15,700.00.


Plaint ff -Dated the 23rd day of July, 1962.


Defendant


BY Order made the 16th day of July, 1962,
there will be offered for sale at this office


ERNEST C. WILKINSON,
Acting Chief Registrar.


Registrar's Office,
St. George's,
S'Grenada, W.I.


NOTICE
Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association


Effective from 23rd July 962
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows :-


GRADE


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

Urinders (Cracked)

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Dried Mace Pickine-


Dgte fixed: 16th July, 1962.


Ad nuces


12c. per lb.


20c.

08c.

70c.

30c.

15c.


,, ,,



it It

,, I,

,, 9,


ROBERT S RENWICK,
Se retary.


GRENADA.

PRI(NTFD BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PAINTING OFFICE,
ST. GEORGE'S,
1962.


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