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Government


Gazette


. 81.] SAINT GEORGE'S, ATURAY, FBRUARY 23, 1963. [No. 12.
VOL. 8.sAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY,, FEBRUARY 23, 1963. [No. 12.


No. 29.


MR. WILBY SERGEANT has been appointed as a
Ciass II Clerk, Accuntant General's Depart-
ment, with effect from lst June, 1960.
P.F. 1281.
18th February, 1963.

No. 30.
MR. WINSTON BAIN has been appointed to the
post of Agricultural Assistant (Information),
Department of Agriculture, with effect from 1st
March, 1963.
?.F. 782.
lCth February, 1963.

No. 31.
W ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 130 of
19th May, 1961il, the probationary appoint-
ment of Mr. C. E. LUCAS has been confirmed, with
-effect from 15th May, 1961.
P.F. 1433
lth February, 1963.

No. 32.
ITH reference to Gazette Notice No. 9 of 15th
January, 1963, it is herel)b. notified that the
Exeq:itur empoweiing Mr. 1-ICIIA11uD KHAN to act
aS honorary '( nsul-Genrial of Austria at Krngston,
Jamaica, wiLth Jurisdico in in the I;l;amas, Ba:r-
ba oos, Leeward lhi7slas and WVindaard I.~lands,
received H r Majesty's signature on the 23rd
January, 1)63.
M.P. 115A.
20th February, 1963.


NOTICES


No. 33.
THE Hight Honourable the Secretary of State
I for the Colonies has notified the Administrator
'hat the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
lianjesty's power of disallowance with respect to
the following Ordinance of the Grenada Legisla-
ture:-
No. 36 of 1962.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Customs Duties Ordinance, 1958.
23rd February, 1963.
No. 34.
IS Honour the Administrator directs publication
of the following Report with ihis issue of the
Gazette :-
Report on the Legislative Council General
Elections, 1962.
23rd February, 1963.


NOTICE

CARNIVAL REGULATIONS

TIHE public is hereby warned that the following
I acts constitute offences against the law:-
(a) Celebrating the Carnival before 6.00 a.m. on
Monday preceling Shrove Tuesday or after
midnight on Shrove Tuesday ;
(b) I.ighting or keeping alight any bonfire in
any public place on the Sunday preceding
the Carnival cr on the night of the Monday
pr( ceding Shrove Tuesday, commonly known
as "Cannes Brulee ";
(c) Wear any MASK or any other disguise
which conceals any part of the face be-
tween the houi s of 6.00 p.m. and 6.00 a.m.
(d) Singing of indecent, immoral or libellous songs;


GOVERNMENT


APPOINTMENTS


117 98g












56 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1963.-(No 12.)


(e) Carrying of whips, sticks or other offensive
weapon ;
(r) Dressing or disguising as a person of the
opposite sex;
(g) Blowing of any noisy instruments (including
conch shells) BETWEEN MIDNIGHT on
Saturday prece'iing the Carnival and 6.00
a.m. on the Monday of Carnival;
(h) Discharge, let off or assist in the discharging
of, or letting off of, any fireworks (which
expression shall include fireworks locally
known -as bombs") or anything of a kind
or nature.

JOHN H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada.
15th February, 1963.




POLICE NOTICE

CARNIVAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

BY virtue of the powers vested in me under
section 79 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Ordinance No. 2 (f 1938, I hereby order
that on Tuesday, 26th February, 1963, between the
hours of 3.00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. the undermentioned
Streets will be closed to ail vehicular traffic and
during that period no vehicle shall travel on or
park on said streets:
1. Halifax Street
2. Cross and Gore Streets
3. Granhy Street
4. Market Hill
5. Hillsborough Street
6. St. John's Street
7. Grenville Street between its junctions with
Gcre Street and St. John's Street
8. Melville Street, between its junctions with
Maloney Street and Bruce street
9. Bruce Street
10. Sendall Tunnel

2. All Trucks conveying bananas from the
Western Main ]toad and tile Grand Etang public
road to the St. George's Pier will travel along
River Road. T(mpe, to Mt. H(licon Gap, then to
Lowthers Lane, Tanteen Road to the Pier.
3. Vehicles will be permitted to park on Melville
Street between its junction with Maloney Street
and River Rcad.

J. H. HOLLEY,
Chief of Police.


Police Headquarters,
St. Georges.
15th February, 1963.


POLICE NOTICE

CARNIVAL

Use of Vehicles licensed as Goods Vehicles
for the conveyance of Passengers

(1) In the interest of public safety the attention
of the owners of Goods Vehicles is directed
to S. s. (3) of ,-ection 14 of the Motor
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1938
which provide for the grant of permission
to eniblo a vehicle licensed as a Goods
Vehicle to be used as a private motor car
for the Conv yance of passengers without
hire or reward.
(2) Cwners of Goods Vehicles intending to use
them for the puip' ce of cnveying passen-
gers curing Carnival are advised to apply
to Pol ce Headquarters, St. George's, for the
necessary permission to do so. This will
be given only after inspection of the vehicle,
when a certifica:o will le issued, and on
production of a policy of insurance in respect
of third party risks whi:h policy ci mpli(s
with the requirements of the Motor Vehicles
Insurance (Third Party Risks) Ordinance,
1939.
(3) Owners anJ drivers of Goods Vehicles are
hereby warned that the carriage of p. ssen-
gers in Goods Vehicles contiaiy to provisions
of the Motor Vehicles and Road Tr-ffic
Ordinance will render them liable to prose-
cution.

J. B. HOLLEY.
Chief of Police.


Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
15th February, 1963.


INCOME TAX NOTICE


THE Income Tax Ordinance states:-
Every person chargeable with tax shall,
on or before the prescribed date in every year,
deliver to the ( commissioner a true and correct.
return of the whole of his income from every
source whatsoever f-r the ye.r immediately
preceding the year of assessment, and shall, if
absent from the Lcl'ny, give the name and
address of an agent in the Colony."
2. Notices of Return have been sent out by the
Inlan'l Revenue Department, but it is the duty of
taxpay ers to ensure that t hey get, such a; form and
make a return as required by law. (Forms are
obtainable from the Distri.tt Revenue Officer.).
3. Failure to Submit such a Return within the
prescribed time renders tiie taxpayer liable to a
penalty not exceeding 100% of the tax payable.

D. C. JEREMIAH,
Acting Comptroller of Inland Revenue.

Inland Revenue Department,
4th January, 1963.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1963.-(No. 12.) 57


PUBLIC NOTICE

THE attention of the public is invited to section
3 of the Stamp (Amonndment) Ordinance
No. 10 of 1952, which provides that if any
person -
(a' gives a receipt liable to duty and not duly
stamped; or
(b) in any case where a receipt would be liable
to duty ni'glec s or refuses to give a receipt
duly stirmp'd; or
(c) upon ptymrent of the amount of one pound
or upwards gives a receipt for a sum not
amounting to one pound, cr separates or
divides the amount paid with intent to
evade duty;
he shall incur a fine not exceeding ten pounds.
2. It is to be noted that tie expression reciptt
includes a cash bill kr goids purchased Lat stores
or shops or elsewhere, but does not include receipts
in respect of locally grown unm truufaciurcu
products.
D. C. JI3IEME[AE,
A acting Compt-oller of Inland Revenue
Inland Revenue Department,
St. Geo g.'s,
Grenada.
13th February, 1963.


NOTICE

ALL persons indebted to Government for the
siu!ply of eled-tri c-rrent in respect of any
period in cne ye ir 1960 (i.e. prior to tite lake over
of che Electi city 1'er\ i,-- by t (- Grnada E'lectricity
Services L d.,) aro hereby rmininded thit they
should arrlr ir to, pay the amounts now due and
owi,,g to the Treasury on or before 28th
February, 1953.
Demand notic s have alr. ady been served on
individual con-tmers ian d',tails of a consumer's
account may be furnished at his request.

L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General.

21st February, 19C3.


GRENADA

COURT NOTICES

In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands

Suit No. 277 of 1962
Between
GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITED Plaintiff
And


OSBORNE CUTHBERT STEELE


Defendant


BY ORDER made 11th February, 1963, there
will be offered for sale at the Registrar's
Office on Friday, 8th March, 1963, at 12 o'clock


noon ALL THAT the residue of the term (save
the last day thereof) of twenty-one years from the
first day of January, 1959 subject to the payment
of the yearly rent of One hunderd and twenty
dollars ($120.00) in advance on the first business
day in January in every year created by an
Indenture of Lease dated 6th July, 1959, made
between SIR COLVILLE MONTGOMERY DEVERELL
First Part EMMANUEL GITTENS KNIGHT and
GORDON MUNRO Second Part and the Defendant
Third Part and recorded in the Deeds and Land
Registry, Grenada in Liber C 10 page 363 of and
in ALL THAT 3,912 square feet of land with the
building thereon being portion of the "Hamilton
Alms House" lot situate in the town of Saint
George bounded as in portion edged on all sides
in pink on plan annexed to the said lease.
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 $5,460.00.

J. H. V. REDHEAD,
Acting Chief Registrar.
Registrar's Office, .
Grenada,
13th February, 1963.


In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands

Suit No. 195 of 1962.
Between


JULIAN MITCHELL
And
LLOYD REGIS, LENNARD SERGEANT,
GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE BANK LTD.
and MCINTYRE BROS LIMITED


Plaintiff



Defendants


BY ORDER made th 4th day of February,
1962, there will be offered for sale at this
office on Friday, 8th March, 1963, at 12 o'clock
noon ALL THAT lot of land part of a larger lot
called "Westerfield" containing four acres one rood
and twenty-eight poles situate in the parish of Saint
David in Grenada bounded as described in the
plan marked "L R" annexed to an Indenture dated
16th September, 1957, made between GREAVES
BERESFORD JAMES and JOSEPH CARLTON REGIS
First Part COSMAS REGIS Second Part Agatha
Mitchell Third Part and the Defendant Fourth Part
and recorded in the Grenada Land Registry on
18th September, 1957 AND ALSO ALL THAT
lot of land situate at Pomme Rose in the parish of
Saint David in Grenada together with the buildings
thereon containing sixteen poles and bounded as
described in the plan marked "R" annexed to an
Indenture dated 25th June, 1944, made between
HEWITSON REGIS One Part and the Defendant
REGIS Other Part recorded in the Grenada Land
Registry in Liber U 9 at page 175.
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 $5,900.00.

J. H. V. REDHEAD,
Acting Chief Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Grenada,
11th February, 1963.













58 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE; FEBRUARY 23, 1963.--( o. 12.)

NOTICE

N accordance with the Customs Ordinance 1960, No. 35/60.

Notice is hereby given that the goods li-ted below having remained in the Queen's Warehouse for over three
months and not war:ehoused or cleared will be offered for sale at the Queen's Warehouse on the St. George's
Pier on Tuesday, 12th March, 196.9.
The s-le commences at 10.30 a.m.


E. F. CHERMAN,
Collector of Customs.


4th February, 1963.


Date Rot. \ Importing Ves- Packages
o and olio sel nd ate of rks and o. and Consignees
Receival No. Report Numbers Kind Contents


Brnnsbuttel
13. 3. 62.

Amber Jack
14. 3. 62
Federal Maple
14. 3. 62
M.S. Helicon
7. 4. 62
do
Federal Palm


Menmon
10 12. 4. 62
11 do
Federal Maple
16 6. 5. 61
Caracas
19 7. 5. 62
20 do
22 do
23 do
Sun Amelia
27 29. 5. 62
Carib Clipper
29 27. 5. 62
31 do
Carib Clipper
32 6. 6. 62
Sapadin
33 13. 7. 62

35
36
Charis
40 31. 5. 62
Federal Palm
43 3. 2. 62
Federal Palm
44 7. 6. 62
45 Helecon
25/8/62
46 Isis
20/8/62
47 Carib Clipper
22/8/62




4437/10981
48 Caracas
23/8/62

Caracas


1 Crate
1 Case
3 t/S. &
1 Ctn.
7

1 Ctn.

1 Pl.
1 C/s

4 Boxes
17 Crates

1 C/s

7 C/S

2 Crates
7 Cans
1 Case
6 Ctns

2 C/s

1 Pkg.
1 C/s

1 C/s

1 C/s

1 Bale
2 C/s

20 Rolls


n


8975 1 Bale

G.T.L. 1 C/s
L.A.P. 2 1 C/s

I.W. 1 C/s
1894
K.F.H. 1 C/s
30/62
M.N. 4 1 C/s
K.F.H.
13/1/61
M.N. 2.
I.W. 1 C/s.
E.F.Harvey 2 Pcls.
1/5 1 Drur
1 Pkg.
E. F Harvey


Washing Machine
Electric Cable
Refrigerators

Concrete Blocks

Shoes

Add Matter
do

Axes
Hardboards

Plastic Bags

Typewriters

Coolers
Asphalt Compd.
Kerosene Lamps
Milk

Medical Preps.

Lables
Thread

Merchandise

Spoons

Cotton Shirts
Gents Leather Shoe

Counter Racks

Cotton Goods

Bt/wood Chairs
Insulated Copper
Wares
Piece Goods

Rayon Goods


Piece Goods


Leather Shoes
Plastic Cement
Liquid Asphalt
Asphalt Fabric


Order


do

Bata Shoe Co.

Hankeys Ltd.
Victor Husbands

L. A. Purcell
B. N. Davis

Melville Store

L. M. Masanto

B. N. Davis
D. Dolland
Order
do

Powell's Ltd.

Order
do

do

Melville Store

Ivan Wood
Bata Shoe Co.

Bata Shoe Co.

Royal Bank

Order
Central Sales

Ivan Wood

Order


Order


do
do
do
do


B.N.D.
B.N.D.

Add.

Bata
Hankeys
1534601
V.H.
L.A.P.
1099 1/4
B.N.D.
93380/1
T.M.S.

L.M.M.

B.N.D.
D.D.
I.W.41/001
JAC & G.

Powells

W.M.
E.O.

I.W.F.


4. 4. 62

7. 4. 62


20. 4. 62

5. 5. 62


23. 5. 62


5. 62


18. 6. 62

15. 6. 62




3. 7. 62


5. 7. 6K
22. 8. 62

7. 9. 62

8. 9. 62





10. 9. 62


T.M.S.
2147
I.W. 35
B.S.C.

Bata
I.W.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1963.-(No. 12.) 5R

.. .PaRo o .ck.ges
Dte Rot. No. Lt Importing Ves-Packge
ReciNand Folio sel and Date of arks and No. and Consignees
e l No. N Report Nuirs KiNI Contents
Nuibbb~rs Xifiid


10. 9. 62



do




12. 9. 62


25. 9. 62


252



253




255


256












270

3

18

83

85


111

113



126
127


151




161






163


Caracas
48 23. 8. 62



49 Caracas
23. 8. 62


Federal Palm
50i 25. .8 62

51

52 Themis
9. 9. 62








53

Carib Clipper
54 12: 9.'62
Carib Clipper
1 3. .62
Federal Palm
2 -20. 1. 62
Burmsholm
4 20.' 3 62
Federal Palm
5 25. 3. 62

Federal Maple
7 8. 4. 2 '
Carib Clipper
8 '18; 4."'2
Federal Palm
10 29. 4. 62
11
palesmR,
12 0. 4.' 62
13 do
Zennia
16 13. 5 62
Carib Clipper
18 31/5/6.
Stvd4t.
21 3: 6. 62


23 do
op
Ice Flower
26 1. 6. 62
Burnshoilp~
27 16. 4 2

Sea Flyn
28 12. 6. 62


E.F.Harvey
1/5
B. Camp-
bell

L. A. P.
184
A.F. G/da.
T.S.L.
Hankeys
J. J.
173
175/177
M.N.
1299
L.A:P.
3033A 163
1/5
3033s
163/1/2
3033D
163
3033C
163
3033K
163 :'
A.J.
1/10

C.S.C.

E.T.C.

Sterling

A.D.F.

S.A.


Blue

ADD.

D.S. & Co.
Bata' '
8783
P.P'.
O.D.B.

T.W.1/62

I.W.


MKPJ


L.A.P.
L.A.P.
6/7
Haikclys

Stew,,t,

Wood


19. 5. 62


21. 6. 62

30. 6. 62


4. 7. 62


1 Pkg.

1 Pkg.
2 Pkgs.
1 Drui.
1 Case

1 Ctn.
1 Ctii.
1 Ctri.

1 Case
3 C/s

2 C/s

5 C/s


2 Boxes

1 C/s

1 Parcel

1 Case

10 Bags

1 Pkg.

1 C/s

1 Ctn.

1 Ctn.

149 Ctns.


1 Bdlp.

1 Pcl.

25 Ctn.
1 Ctn.

1 Cas9
10 Ctis.


3 C/s


6 Ctns.

1 Box
3 Crates
95 Loose

2 Ctns.

3 Ctns.


2 Bales


Brush

Asphalt Fabric
Plastic Cement
Liqiid Asphalt
Cotton and Rayon
Goods
Milk'Powder
Sausages'
Adv. Matter

Cotton Goods
Perfumes

Cotton Goods

Iron Hinges


Scrubbing Brushes

Rat Traps

Tools

Iron Panel Bolts

Unshelled G/Nuts

Add Matter

Almanacs

Tumblers

Adv. Matter

Fruit Juices


Galv. Sadlers

Machinery

orned Beef
Shoes
Toilet Res.
Confectionery

Cotton Goods

Rayon & Cotqon,
Go6ds'

Wooden Ice Cream
Sticks
Paper Bags
Enamel Sinks
Soil Pipes

Display Staq)s

Flash Light
:Batteries

Rayon Goods


Order

do
do
do
do

do
40
do

do
do


L. A. Purcell


do

do

do

do

Order

do

Bishop's Agency

James Milne

Royal Agency

Geo. F. Huggins
& C.o '

Imec.

Elec. Services Ltd.

Order
Bata' Shoe Co.

Order
do

do

do


Order

Order
do
do.

Hankeys Ltd.

Order


do













50 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1963.-(No 12.)


Packages
D f Rot. No. Importing Ves- _Packages
Receival and Folio No. sel and Dte of arksand No. andContents
No. Rer umbrs Kind

Carib Clipper G 562/62

Craftsman I
19. 4.62 95 33 1. 4. 62 WEJ 26/27 2 C/s Add. Material
Carib Clipper A.B.
10. 5. 62 113 34 18. 4. 62 G463/61 1 C/s. Flash lights
Dalesman T.S.L.
19. 5. 62 129 35 30. 4 62 82/2/5 4 C/s. Wire Paper Clips
Caracas J.K.M.S.
4. 7. 62 171 36 16. 6. 62 194/1 1 Ctn. Beer
I.W.
171 37 do 8378/1 1 Ctn. Torches
Federal Maple
5. 7. 62 180 38 16. 6. 62 Bata 1 C/s. Shoes
Carib Clipper 577/62
9. 7. 62 164 30 21. 6. 62 M/S 1/2 2 C.S. Rayon Goods
I.N.W.
1, 3 & 4 3 C/s Cotton Goods
L.A.P. 4/5 2 C/s Cotton Goods
Federal Maple
21. 6. 62 168 31 3. 6. 62 T.I.L. 49 Bids. Galv. Sheeting
I Federal Palm J. K.
24. 1. 62 4 32 6. 1. 62 J1445 1 C/s Cotton Goods
Craftsman W.E.J.
Carib Clipper I.W. Co.
18. 7. 62 181 39 30. 6. 62 4107/1 1 C/s Enamel ware
I.N.W.
181 40 do No. 2 1 C/s. Cotton Piece Go
Benefactor S.M.H.
21. 7. 62 207 43 20. 7. 62 7115 1 T/Chest Earthenware
SFederal Maple


25. 7. 62 2:

27. 7. 62 2:

8. 8. 62 '2:


17. 8. 62 2:





2:

4. 8. 62 2:



11. 8. 62 22

18. 8. 62 2



233


8. 7. 62
Brunsholm
10. 7. 62
Federal Palm
22. 7. 62

Federal Palm
29. 7. 62


Federal Palm
29. 7 62


do
Caracas
16. 7. 62

do
Vigilante
25. 7. 62
Journalist
29. 7. 62

do

do
do

do

do


L.A.P.

Belfon

A.F.
C.A.L.
B.W.
No. 5
No. 7
No. 4
L.A.P.
167
165/66
L.A.P.
5.8.10.19.
G.E.
137
T.D.S.
138
H.F. Co.
529/621/25
L.A.P.
1/6
.P.P.
1/5
W.E.J.
N/M
,do

do
P.J.
20/25


1 C/s.

10 Ctns.

2 Ctns.
2 C/s.

1 Case
1 Bale
' 1 Bale

1 Case
2 C/s.

4 C/s.

1 Case

1 Case

21 Ctns.

6 Ctns.

5 Ctns.

150
32

48

6 Ctns.

1 Bag


ods


Footwear

Radio Batteries

Mint Jelly
Earthenware

Rayon Tafeta
Cotton Embroadery
Poplin

Cotton Goods
Rubber Goods

Enamelware

Cotton P. Goods

do

Conduit Fittings

Brushware

Toilet Paper

Loose C. J. Pipes
Bids. Negro C.J.
pots
Loose C.J. Pots

Wooden Ice Cream
SSticks
I Paper Bags


Consignees


Order

do

do

do

do

do

do

do

do
do

do

C. A.


Order

do

Santa Maria Hotel

Order

do

do
do

do
do
do

do
do

do

do

do
do

Order

do

do
do

do

do

Order


8

13


I


Lowe


i9 I I.













GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27, 1963.-(No.

Pac kages
Date Pot. No Lot rpn rting Ves-
of and Fo N s and Date of rks nd No. a
Receival No. Report Numbers Kind Cntents


234 59 do P.C. 1/2 2 C/s. Cod Liver Oil
3/4 2 C/s. do
6 1 Case do
L.A.P.
235 60 do 40442 1 C/s. Elec. Wiring Ace.
G.F.H.


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1 Ctn.
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1 Bale

1 Case

1 C/s.
3 B'dls.
6 B'lds.


Conduit Access.

Merchandise

Enamelware

Cotton Piece Goods

Electric Cables

Axe Heads
Forks
Spades


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Consignees



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NOTICE

Grenada Cc-operative Nutmeg Association
Effective iroun 23rd July. 1962

Current Advancos for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows :-


GKADE


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

jrlinder- (Cracked)

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Dried Mace Pickings


12c


2Cc.

08c.

70c.

30c.

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Sec retary.


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62 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1963.-(No 12.)

Statement of Currency Notes and Coin in Circulation in the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st January, 1963


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

Total Average

British Caribbean Notes and Coin in
cir'etlation on 1t January,' 1963:-
Trinidad and Tobago
'rarbados
British Guiana
Grenada '
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antigua
St. Kitts
Montserrat
Proof sets of coins



Demonetised Government notes outstanding
on 1st January, 1963


Notes

$ e.
89,681,789.00
970,598.00

$ 90,652,387.00



42,440,530.00
5,830.225.00
35,484,875.00
5,158,100.00
.952,300.0'i
1,466,000.00
2.444,400.00
4,714,300.00
789,600.00
263,900.00


$99,539 230.00


Trinidad and Tobago 670,694.00
British Guiana 234,978.00
Barbados 63,151.00

Total derronetised Government notes outstanding $

Total circulation on 1st January, 1963, $


968,823.00

100,508,053.00


Coin

$ e.
4,878,272.00


$ 4,878,272.00



2.354,571.00
711.850.00
1,052,616.00'
213,800.00
121,325.00
144,675.db
I 2.725.00
75,100.00
144,925.100
'26,100.00
1,870.00

t5,069,557.C 6


$5,069.557.00


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


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Boardt


GRENADA.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
ST. GEORGE'S,
1963.









Report on the Legislative Council General Elections, 1962


Consequent on representation to His Honour, the Administrator, that certain irregularities
had been committed in the Ministry of Finance, a Commission of Enquiry was appointed to go into
the matter with the result that their conclusions and recommendations proved unfavourable, where-
upon the Secretary of State for the Colonies dissolved the Legislative Ccuncil,-hence the 1962
Legislative Council General Elections, which were conducted in accordance with the Legislative Council
(Elections) Ordinance, 1951, (No. 10 of 1951), as amended by Ordinance No. 17 of 1951, Statutory
Rules and Orders, No. 54 of 1951, and other amending Ordinances and Statutory Rules and Orders.
2. Electoral Districts and Polling Divisions

The division of the Colony into ten Electoral Districts remained the same :
The Town of Saint George.
The Parish of Saint George (North)
The Parish of Saint George (South)
The Parish of Saint John
The Parish of Saint Mark
The Parish of Saint Patrick
The Parish of Saint Andrew (North)
The Parish of Saint Andrew (South)
The Parish of Saint David.
Carriacou, (including Petit Martinique).
Several of the Polling Divisions would seem to need revision by the Registration Officers,-the
Magistrates, in that the number of voters in those divisions either fall short of the number 450, which
is the Statutory figure, or that they are far excessive of the number already alluded to.
The Supervisor of Elections, would do well at the time of the next revision of the lists of electors,
to call the attention of the Registration Officers to the merging or otherwise of certain polling divisions.
3. Polling Stations
Quite a few polling stations had to be changed, in view of one or another cause.
The Polling Stations in the Electoral Districts are :-
The Electoral District of the Town of Saint George ... ... 10
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint George (North) ... 11
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint George (South) ... 11
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint John ... ... ... 9
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint Mark ... ... ... 6
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint Patrick ... ... 13
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint Andrew (North) ... 12
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint Andrew (South) ... 13
The Electoral District of the Parish of Saint David ... ... ... 11
The Electoral District of Carriacou ... ... 11
4. Appointments

Under the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951, the Magistrate of each Magisterial
District is the Registration Officer for each Electoral District within his district, so that each Magistrate
appoints enumerators for each polling division. Supervisors of enumerators for each electoral district
were appointed by the Administrator on the recommendation of the Supervisor of Elections.
The duties of these supervisors of enumerators extended to making test-checks of the work of the
enumerators during the enumeration, and advising them and correcting any errors.
In accordance with the Ordinance, Election Clerks were appointed by the Supervisor of Elections;
Presiding Officers, by the Returning Officers, subject to the approval of the Administrator, and Poll
Clerks received their appointments at the hands of the Returning Officers.
5. The Registration Period

The year under review was an enumeration one, and the enumeration was carried out in accord-
ance with the Legislative Council (Elections) Ordinance, 1951, (No. 10 of 1951) Second Schedule-
Registration Rules.
No complaints by would-be voters were made during the enumeration period which closed on
March 31st last, but later when it became known that Elections were to take place numerous verbal
complaints were advanced to the effect that at the time of the enumeration, several enumerators
had done a bad job and had left out names.
It reasonably follows that that was too late a period to have gone into re-checks. Several enumera-
tors at the time of their canvass from house to house, had complained of persons refusing to give in
their names. While it is evident that in some instances enumerators and Supervisors of enumerators
did not perform their duties satisfactorily, yet in other cases, the co-operation of the electorate was
lacking, and there could be, no satisfactory enumeration without this co-operation.












6. Preparation -of Lists -of Electors

At the close of the enumeration, the enumerators tore out the perforated sheets from the Index
Books, and sent complete certified lists to the Registration Officers who employed typists to prepare
the lists for printing.
Everything in this connection was done strictly in accordance with the Registration Rules.

7. The Election Period

Writs of Election were issued by the Administrator on the 13th day of August, 1962, and these
were despatched to the various Returning Officers on the same day of their receipt by the Supervisor
of Elections.

8. Nominations.

Returning Officers were appointed (See Appendix 1).
Nomination Day was fixed for the 25th day of August, 1962, between the hours of 9.00 o'clock


in the forenoon, and noon.
The following persons were nominated :-
The Town of Saint George ...

The Parish of Saint George (North)
The Parish of Saint George (South)

The Parish of Saint John


The Parish of Saint Mark ...
The Parish of Saint Patrick ...
The Parish of Saint Andrew (North)

The Parish of Saint Andrew (South)
The Parish of Saint David ...
The District of Carriacou ...


Michael Zephyrine Mark; Edward Augustus
Mitchell.
Elfreda Virginia James; Leonard Anthony Purcell.
Anthony Michael Cruickshank; Eric Matthew
Gairy.
Clarence George Ferguson; Herbert John Preud-
homme; Mac Donald Crysanthus Esyort
Welsh.
Albert Oswald Forsyth; Walter Laurence Duncan.
William Eric Copland; Robert Johnson Moses.
Lewis Colton John Thomas; Allen Lennard
Williams.
Ralph Matthias Bhola; David Theophilus Sylvester.
Cynthia Bernadette Gairy; Cyril Hypolite.
Herbert Augustus Blaize, and unopposed.


Candidate Blaize's non-opposition is the first case of its kind in the history of this Colony, so far
as relates to General Elections.

9. Ballot Boxes, Screens and Symbols

The Ballot boxes and screens used in the 1961 General Elections and deposited in the several
Police Stations were again collected and carefully inspected. It was necessary to effect repairs to some
and to replace others.
The Symbols used on Ballot Papers were :-


Broom
House


10. Elections


Election Day was fixed for the 13th day of September, 1962.
It was arranged that the Legislative Council Chamber be the place for receiving, by telephone, the
results of the preliminary Statements of the Polls.
All results were in by 9.45 o'clock in the evening, and were disseminated by the Manager and the
Members of the Windward Islands Broadcasting Service.
The successful candidates were as follows :-


Town of Saint George
Parish of Saint George (North)
Parish of Saint George (South)
Parish of Saint John
Parish of Saint Mark
Parish of Saint Patrick
Parish of Saint Andrew (North)
Parish of Saint Andrew (South)
Parish of Saint David


... Edward Augustus Mitchell
... Leonard A. Purcell
... Eric Mathew Gairy
... Mac Donald Crysanthus Esyort Welsh
... Albert Oswald Forsyth
... William Eric Copland
... Allen Lennard Williams
... Ralph Matthias Bhola
... Cynthia Bernadette Gairy











The final counts were fixed for the following day.
One Candidate in the Electoral District of Saint John failed to poll one-eighth of the votes polled
in his constituency, and as a result, forfeited his deposit of one hundred and twenty dollars. The
day following the final counts a request by a Candidate to make a further re-check of the votes, was
not entertained.
The details of expenditure are given in Appendix 5.

General ,Remarks

The Public Relations and Government Information Officer rendered useful service by explaining
the election procedure.
The Chief of Police and the members of his staff are to be highly complimented for the good order
and the valuable assistance maintained both on Nomination Day and on Poll Day.
The Newspapers-"The West Indian", and the Torchlight", gave their full co-operation during
the Election period.
Special mention must be made of the Government Printer, and his staff as to their willingness in
co-operating in all directions where co-operation was concerned.
Too much cannot be said of the assistance rendered by the Clergy, the School Teachers, Club
Secretaries, Postmasters and Postmistresses, the Political, the Trade Union Organisation and all others
who figured in any educational way regarding Election Procedure.
I desire to place on record my thanks to my staff for their loyal assistance at all times.
The following tables and appendices are attached to the Report:-
Table 1-Summary of votes cast
2-Summary of votes cast by Constituencies.
3-Summary of votes polled for Candidates by Polling Stations.

Appendix 1-Returning Officers by Constituencies.
2-Names, Addresses, etc., of Candidates by Districts.
3-Comparative table of registered electors.
4-Votes cast (showing sexes in each polling division)
5-Details of Expenditure.

N. GOODING,
Acting Supervisor of Elections.

St. George's, Grenada,
13th November, 1962.










4
GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1962

TABLE I
Summary of Votes Cast
Total Number of Electors on Lists ... 31,766
Total Number of Ballots Cast ... 23,060
Total Number of Accepted Ballots 21,107
Total Number of Rejected Ballots 1,953

TABLE 2
Summary of Votes Cast by Constituencies


73%
92%
90%


No. of
Electoral District Electors Ballots % Ballots Ballots
on list Cast Accepted % Rejected %


Town of St. George ... 2,938 2,166 74 2,121 98 45 2
Parish of St. George (North) ... 3,975 3,124 79 2,997 96 127 4
Parish of St. George (South) ... 3,503 2,346 67 2,284 97 62 3
Parish of St. John ... ... 3,030 2,106 69 1,986 94 120 6
Parish of St. Mark ... ... 1,588 1,264 80 1,102 87 162 13
Parish of St. Patrick ... ... 4,037 3,001 74 2,887 96 114 4
Parish of St. Andrew (North) ... 3,951 2,751 70 2,549 93 202 7
Parish of St. Andrew (South) 4,824 3,689 76 2,686 73 1,003 27
Parish of St. David ... 3,920 2,613 67 2,495 95 118 5


Total ... ... 31,766 23,060 21,107 1,953


TABLE 3
Summary of Votes Polled for Candidates by Polling Stations
Electoral District of the Town of St. George


No. POLLING STATIONS BALLOTS CAST FOR

LOCATION E. A. M. Z. Ballots Total Electors
Mitchell Mark Rejected Votes on lists

1 Court House ... ... 205 67 9 281 370
2 May Moseley's House, Lucas Str. 138 33 7 178 269
3 Philius Jones's house, River Road 165 191 356 504
4 Empire Theatre ... 178 32 2 212 292
5 George Solomon's House, Grenville
Street ... ... 145 89 14 248 318
6 Espinosa Clyne's garage,
Lucas Street ... ... 142 26 1 169 215
7 Old Telephone Exchange ... 63 19 82 104
8 Girl Guide Headquarters ... 327 82 10 419 550
9 Wesley Hall School ... ... 63 16 1 80 108
10 Police Station ... ... 74 66 1 141 208


Total ... ... 1,500 621 45 2,166 2,938


Majority for E. A. Mitchell over M. Z. Mark


... 879.











Electoral District of the Parish of Saint George (North)


No. POLLING STATIONS BALLbTS CAST FOR


LOCATION Elfre8a V. L. A. Ballots Total Electors
James Purcell Rejected Votes on lists


1 St. Paul's Model School ... ... 97 245 10 352 432
2 Ignatius Ogilvie's house Temp e ... 93 276 17 386 498
3 Beaulieu R. C. School ... ... 77 285 10 372 463
4 Constantine Methodist School ... 132 219 17 368 474
5 Vendome School ... ... 61 96 1 158 189
6 New Hampshire Society Hall ... 286 64 19 369 512
7 St. Luke's Anglican School ... 33 13 4 50 68
8 Brizan Chapel ... ... 180 21 17 218 290
9 Happy Hill School ... ... 168 19 13 200 229
10 Mt. Moritz Anglican School ... 46 199 4 249 282
11 Edward Maitland's house,
Grand Mal ... ... 258 129 15 402 538


Total ... ... 1,431 1,566 127 3,124 3,975


Majori y for L. A. Purcell over Elfreda V. James ... 135.








Electoral District of the Parish of Saint George (South)


No. POLLING STATIONS BALLOTS CAST FOR



LOCATION A. M. E. M. Ballots Total Electors
Cruickshank Gairy Rejected Votes on lists


1 Roebuck Society Hall ... ... 155 43 3 201 292
2 La Bo:ie Society Hall ... ... 56 54 110 176
3 Residence of Sydney Gellineau,
Hope Vale ... ... 78 88 6 172 241
4 Residence of K. Charles, Calivigny 62 123 5 190 239
5 Tailor Shop near Mental Hospital 53 45 3 101 325
6 Woburn Methodist School ... 76 75 2 153 197
7 Grand Anse Society Hall... ... 74 146 2 222 307
8 Clarissa Me Intyre's house,
Grand Anse ... ... 60 167 16 243 300
9 Residence of Leroy Pascal ... 107 192 9 308 445
10 Belmont Society Hall ... ... 190 224 12 426 614
11 Morne Jaloux R. C. School ... 104 112 4 220 367


Total ... ... 1,015 1,269 62 2,346 3,503


Majority for E. M. Gairy over A. M. Cruickshank


... 254.












Electoral District of the Parish of Saint John


No. POLLING STATIONS


LOCATION C. G.
Ferguson I



1 Court House, Gouyave ... 8
2 Orphan Benefit Society Hall 2
3 Mechanic Lodge, Upper
Depradine Street ... 1
4 Grand Roy School ... 31
5 Concord School ... 6
6 Florida's Visiting Station 3
7 Brothers Estate Boucan ... 0
8 Dougaldston Estate Boucan 9
9 Mt. Felix Barracks ... 1


BALLOTS CAST FOR


H.J.
'reud-
homme


Mc C.
Welsh


Ballots
Rejected


Total
Votes


Electors
on lists


114 207 9 338 462
90 77 16 185 285

168 150 13 332 479
103 147 18 299 457
185 122 30 343 540
54 78 4 139 186
127 58 12 197 252
47 50 12 118 185
54 94 6 155 184


Total ... 61 942 983 121 2,106 3,030


Majority for M. C. E. Welsh over C. J. Ferguson ... 922.
H. J. Preudhomme ... 41.









Electoral District of the Parish of Saint Mark


No. POLLING STATIONS BALLOTS CAST FOR


LOCATION W. L. A. 0. Ballots Total Electors
Duncan Forsyth Rejected Votes on lists


1 Maran Cocoa Station ... 21 77 111 109 160
2 Court House, Victoria ... 96 178 37 311 407
3 St. Mark's District Board ... 71 135 37 243 306
4 Waltham Boucan ... 13 181 21 215 245
5 De Allie's Boucan ... 61 40 16 117 130
6 Samaritan School ... 218 11 40 269 340


Total ... 480 622 262 1,264 1,588


Majority for A. O. Forsyth over W. L. Duncan


__


... 142.












Electoral District of the Parish of Saint Patrick


POLLING STATION BALLOTS CAST FOR

Ballots Total Electors
W. E. R.J. Rejected Votes on lists
No. LOCATION Copland Moses


1 Court House Sauteurs ... ... 285 37 12 334 449
2 La Mode Club house ... ... 111 33 4 148 185
3 Lionel Raebur's house,
Madeys ... ... 260 79 18 357 448
4 George Bartholomew's house,
Morne Fendue Road ... 94 67 7 168 221
5 Earle Mahon's house ... ... 80 141 1 222 320
6 Old Church Hermitage ... ... 145 134 8 287 443
7 Mt. Rich Boucan ... ... 43 150 13 206 264
8 Mt. Rose Society Hall ... ... 115 40 4 159 211
9 River Sallee Infant School ... 186 199 9 394 566
10 Chantimelle Government School 70 101 5 176 211
11 Samaritan Estate Boucan ... 90 86 4 180 238
12 Mt. Craven Club Building ... 202 10 27 239 272
13 Mrs. Snell's Residence, Prospect 114 15 2 131 209


Total ... ... 1,795 1,092 114 3,001 4,037


Majority for W. E. Copland over R. J. Moses ... 703.










Electoral District of the Parish of Saint Andrew (North)


POLLING STATIONS BALLOTS CAST FOR

Ballots Total Electors
LOCATION L. C. J. A. L. Rejected Votes on lists
Thomas Williams


1 Spencer Gordon's Hall, Paradise ... 210 152 38 400 555
2 Dunfermline Cricket Club house ... 156 94 13 263 343
3 Pearl's Benefit Society Hall 73 98 15 186 257
4 Tivoli R. C. School (downstairs) ... 129 83 29 241 367
5 Tivoli R. C. School (up stairs) ... 64 111 9 184 309
6 Norbert Nyack's Boucan... ... 65 99 9 173 272
7 Belair Government School ... 56 84 16 156 218
8 Paraclete Visiting Station 91 106 13 210 277
9 La Fillette R. C. School ... ... 85 102 12 199 296
10 Byeland R. C. School ... ... 100 160 19 279 356
11 Mirabeau Agricultural Station ... 41 97 11 149 255
12 Adelphi Society Hall ... ... 164 129 24 317 446


Total ... ... 1,234 1,315 208 2,757 3,951


Majority for A. L. Williams over L. C. J. Thomas ... 81.











Electoral District of the Parish of St. Andrew (South)


POLLING STATIONS BALLOTS CAST FOR

Ballots Total Electors
R. M. D. T. Rejected Votes on lists
No. LOCATION Bhola Sylvester


1 Crochu R. C. School ... 59 92 41 192 264
2 Grand Bacolet Overseer's house 61 113 77 251 319
3 Marquis Friendly Society Hall 47 134 129 310 520
4 Gerald Noel's Boucan, Soubise 102 67 105 274 400
5 St. Andrew's Anglican
Secondary School ... 205 50 137 392 469
6 Old Court House ... 114 34 51 229 275
7 St. Cloud's Friendly Society
Hall ... 195 64 50 309 420
8 Mrs. Clyne's Shop Caruth ... 158 47 73 278 316
9 Holy Innocents' School,
LaDigue ... 152 79 63 294 377
10 Birchgrove R. C. School ... 169 185 78 432 568
11 Major Calliste's Residence,
Richmond ... 142 92 96 330 393
12 St. Gile's School, Mt. Carmel 55 17 22 94 135.
13 Munich R. C. School ... 121 102 81 304 368-


Total ... 1,610 1,076 1;003 1;689 4;824


Majority for R. M. Bhola over D. T. Sylvester ... 534.






Electoral District of the Parish of Saint David


POLLING STATIONS BALLOTS CAST FOR

Ballots Total Electors
C. B. C. Rejected Votes on li;ts
No. LOCATION Gairy Hypolite


1 Alfred Cornwall's joiner Shop
Bocage ... 136 100 12 248 381
2 Perdmontemps Visiting Station 86 97 13 196 316
3 Agatha John's Boucan, Beaton 158 138 15 311 535
4 Adella Antoine's Residence,
Windsor Forest ... 183 72 9 264 365
5 Vincennes R. C. School ... 196 82 9 287 444
6 La Sagesse Boucan ... 121 44 16 181 325
7 Forester's Court, Thebaide ... 114 155 9 278 418
8 Court House, St. David ... 66 125 14 205 274
9 Balmoral Hall, Malmount ... 79 76 6 161 231
10 Pomme Rose R. C. School ... 80 155 5 240 321
11 C. D. Bleasdille's Club House ... 118 114 10 242 310


Total ... 1,337 1,158 118 2,613 3,920


Majority for Cynthia Gairy over C. Hypolite ... 179.









9

APPENDIX I

Returning Officers by Constituencies


Names Constituencies Occupations Official Addresses


Buxo, Oswald ... Town of Saint Office Superintendent, Belmont, St. George's
George Department of
Agriculture
Martineau, C. A. ... Parish of Saint Registrar of Tanteen Terrace,
George (North) Co-operatives St. George's
Phillip, Roy K. ... Parish of Saint Customs Officer St. George's
George (South)
Hinds, E. R. L. ... Parish of Saint John Schoolmaster Mt. Moritz, St. George's
Jerome, M. Jerome ... Parish of Saint Mark Revenue Officer Revenue Office St.
Mark's
Blackburn, A. H. L. ... Parish of Saint Proprietor Sauteurs, St. Patrick's
Patrick
Butler, J. E. ... Parish of Saint Revenue Officer Grenville, St. Andrew's
Andrew (North)
Gill, Ovid C. ... Parish of Saint Solicitor Tyrrel Street, St.George's
Andrew (South)
Ireland, J. L. ... Parish of Saint Acting Accountant Belle Vue, St. George's
David General
Redhead, Wilfred A. ... Carriacou District Officer Hillsborough, Carriacou


APPENDIX II

Names, Addresses Etc., of Candidates by Constituencies


Constituencies Names Occupations


Town of Saint George


Parish of St. George ..
(North)


Parish of Saint George
(South)


Parish of Saint Mark ...


Parish of Saint John ...




Parish of Saint Patrick


Parish of Saint Andrew
(North)


Parish of Saint Andrew
(South)


Parish of Saint David ...


Carriacou


MARK, MICHAEL ZEPHYRINE,
Carenage, St. George
MITCHELL, EDWARD AUGUSTUS Doc"
Melville Street, St. George,s
JAMES, ELFREDA, VIRGINIA,
Boca, St. George's
PURCELL, LEONARD ANTHONY,
Cross Street, St. George's
CRUICKSHANK, ANTHONY MICHAEL,
LaBorie, St. George's
GAIRY, ERIC MATTHEW,
St. George's
FORSYTH, ALBERT OSWALD,
Diamond Street, St. Mark's
DUNCAN, WALTER LAURENCE,
St. Mark's
FERGUSON, CLARENCE GEORGE,
Palmiste, St. John's
PREUDHOMME, HERBERT JOHN,
Grenville Street, St. George's
WELSH, MC DONALD CRYSANTHUS ESYORT,
Gouyave, St. John's
COPLAND, WILLIAM ERIC,
Mt. Rodney, St. Patrick's
MOSES, ROBERT JOHNSON,
La Fortune, St. Patrick's
THOMAS, LEWIS COLTON JOHN,
Carriere, St. Andrew's
WILLIAM, ALLEN LENNARD
Grenville, St. Andrew's
BHOLA, RALPH MATTHIAS,
Grenville, St. Andrew's
SYLVESTER, DAVID THEOPHILUS,
LaDigue, St. Andrew's
GAIRY, CYNTHIA, BERNADETTE,
St. George's
HYPOLITE, CYRIL,
Perdmontemps, St. David's
BLAIZE, HERBERT A.
St. George's


Retired Civil Servant

Proprietor

Housewife

Merchant

Barrister-at-Law

Proprietor

Planter

Planter

Agriculturist

Clerk

Proprietor

Planter

Chemical Com-
pounder
Engineer-Surveyor

Photographer

Proprietor

Proprietor

Housewife

Proprietor

Proprietor










10

APPENDIX III

Comparative Table of Electors in the Several Electoral Districts

1961 and 1962 Geieral Elections


St. George's Town ...| 10
St. George's Parish (North) 11
St. George's Parish (South) 11
St. John ... 9
St. Mark ... 6
St, Patrick ... 13
St. Andrew (North) ... 12
St. Andrew (South) ... 13
St. David ... 11
Carriacou ... 11


2,166
3,124
2,346
2,106
1,264
3,001
2,751
3,689
2,613
*


1962


45
127
62
120
162
114
202
1,003
118
*


*There can appear no figures for the Electoral District of Carriacou for the year 1962 under
columns indicated thus in the above table, due to the Election in that Constituency not having been
contested.





APPENDIX IV

Votes Cast (showing sexes) for each poling dIvil~an tffh e Eleeterl iistrits


St. George St. George St. George St. John St. MIark St. Patrick St. Andiew St. Adtew St. David
Town Parish (North) Parish (South) (North) (South)


M F Total M F Total M F Total M F Total M F Ttal M F ta M Total M TtallTo M F Total FM F Total
i i "


1 100 181 281 140 212 352
2 75 103 178 171 215 386
3 151 205 356 148 224 372
4 70 142 212 148 220 368
5 98 150 248 58 100 158
6 70 99 169 162 207 369
7 38 44 82 19 31 50
8 152 267 419 92 126 218
9 27 53 80 77 123 200
10 61 80 141 107 142 249

12 ... ...
13 ... ... ... ... ...


123 201 143 195
63 110 6 116!
100 1721 133 1991
105 190 123 1761
49 101 150 193
93 153 59 80
131 222 105 92
134 243 61 57
163 308 78 77
257 426 ...
117 220 ...

... ... ... I


641 109
180 371
152 243
139 215
60 117
174 269


129 205
60 88
136 221
64 104
78 144
135 152
83 123
56 103
179 215
69 107
78 102
98 141
58 73


3-34
148
337
168
222
287
206
159
394
176
180
239
131


180
113
81
105
78
85
67
94
74
107
72
125
..-


220
150
105
136
106
88
89
116
125
172
77
192
...


400
263
186
241
184
173
156
210
199
279
149
317
...


76
112
161
123
156
90
123
113
148
203
130
51
138


116 192 111
139 251 92
149 3101 110
151 274 112
236 39,2 116
139 229 69
186 300 120
165 27A 82
146 29 71
229 4312 91
200 330 116(
43 94
166 304 ..


137
104
201
151
171
112
158
127
9C
149
122


248
196
311
263
287
S181
278
209<
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24d:
23! -

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Total 842 1,324 2,166 1,349 1,775 3,124 1,011 1,335 2,346 921 1,18 2,106 49 769 1,264 1,223 1,778 3,001 1,181 1,576 2,7 1,624 2,065 3,69 1,090 1,523 2,613
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Summary
ELECTORAL DISTRICT

Town of St. George ...
St. George's Parish (North) ...
St. George's Parish (Souh) ...
St. John ... ...
St. Mark ......
St. Patrick ......
St. Andrew (North) ... .
St. Andrew (South) ...
St. David ... ...


Males Females Totals


842
1,349
1,011
921
495
1,223
1,181
1,624
1,090


1,324
1,775
1,335
1,185
769
1,778
1,576
2,065
1,523


2,166
3,124
2,346
2,106
1,264
3,001
2,751
3,689
2,613


9,736 13,330 23,060


78
47
72
85
52
60
91
109
145
169
103










APPENDIX V


Details of Expenditure


Amount
Item Expended Remarks


1. Personal Emoluments


2. Other Charges-
(a) Advertising and Printing ...

(b) Enumeration and
Registration

(c) Polling Expenses
















(d) Extra typing of Lists of
Electors
(e) Sticking up of posters etc.
(f) Miscellaneous ...

Total


$

2,752



2,024


4,175


4,133
















681

78
207


14,053


Includes salary of Acting Supervisor of
Elections and payments to temporary clerk-
typists and to temporary messenger, as
occasions required.

(a) Includes charges in local newspapers,
overtime fees to staff Government
Printing Office.
(b) Includes payments to Registration
Officers, to Enumerators and Super-
visors of Enumerators, and travelling
expenses connected therewith.
(c) Payments to 10 Returning Officers
9 at $60.00 each and the other at $30.
(the election not having been con-
tested); 96 Presiding Officers at $15.00'
each; 96 Poll Clerks at $7.00each;
70 Polling Stations at $5.00 each;
remaining 37, 11 being in the con-
stituency of Carriacou where the seat
was uncontested, and the others 26,
being Government buildings (schools,
Magistrates' Court Houses, etc), free
from prescribed fee. 10 Election
Clerks at $20.00 each; travelling to
Returning Officers, Presiding Officers
and Poll Clerks; New Screens and
repairs to ballot boxes and transport-
ation of ballot boxes and screens and
other incidental expenses connected
with Polling.


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