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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: May 11, 1963
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GR IkNADA


Government Gazette


hubirshed bg ratherito


SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963. [No. 24


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


APPOINTMENTS
No. 71.
N accordance with the provisions of Section 7 of
the Banana Ordinance, 1954 (No 57 of 1954)
the following persons have been elected to serve on
the Committee of Management of the Grenada
Ban'na ('c-operative Society for the twelve-month
period ending 30th April, 1964:-
D. A. Henry Esq., O.B.E.
Major F. W. Power,
W. A. Ranch, Esq.,
Hon. W. E. Copland,
I. B. Mclwen, Esq.,
L. O. Taylor, Esq.
2. The following persons have b3en nominated
by His Honour the Administraor:-
The Superintendent of Agriculture
H. E. D. Ogilvie, Esq.,
Cosmos James Esq.,
Walter Duncan, Esq.
Ministry of Production and Labour,
File No. P.L. 108,
9th May, 1963.


ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 72.
MR. JUSTICE F. E. FIELD, Puisne Judge, Bar-
bados. has been appointed to act as Chief
Justice of the Leeward Islands and the Windward
Islands, with effect from 5th May, 1963.
P.F. No. 1744
6th May, 1963


No. 73.

TIHE nncermentioned Ordinances which have been
assented t. by His Honour the Administrator
are published with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 6 of 1963.-An Ordinance. further to amend
the Stamp Ordinance.
No. 7 of 196 3.-- n Ordinance further to amend
the Estate Duty Oldinance, 1956.
No. 8 of 1913.-An Ordinance further to amend
tHe T xes Management Ordinance.
No. 9 of !9 ;3.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Income Tax Ordinance, 1956.
Copies of tios' Ordinanc s may be seen at the
Government Office, the Public Library, the Treas-
ury, District Rovenue Offices, Post Offices and
Police Statiors.

11th May, 1963.


No. 74.

THE Hight Honourable the Secretary of State
for the Colonies has notified the Administrator
that th, Queen will not be advised to exercise Her
Majesty's power of disallowance with respJct to
the following Ordinances of the Grmnada Legisla-
ture:-

No. 1 of 1962.-An Ordinance to provide for
the service of the Uolony of Grenada for the
year ending the thirty-first day of
December, 1962.
No. 29 of 1962.-An Ordinance to amend the
Appropriation Ordinance, 1962.
11th May, 1963.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.--(No.:24.)


NOTICE

IN!accordance with the Customs Ordinance No. 35 of 1960. :

Notice is hereby given that the goods listed below, having remained in the Queen's Warehouse for over three
months and not warehoused or cleared will be offered for sale at the Queen's Warehouse on the St. George's
Pier on Thursday, 23rd May, 196-9.
The sale commences at 10.30 a.m.
E. F. CHERMAN,
Collector of Customs.


Importing Ves-
sel and Date of
Report


Mennon
12. 4. 62
Sunamelia
29. 5. 62
Berton
23. 9. 62
Carib Clipper
6. 9. 62
do.
Sunprincess
...18 9. 62
Carib Clipper
19 9. 62


Brunseck
21. 8. 62





Federal Palm
16. 9. 62
Caracas
18. 10. 62
Barrister
25. 10. 62


Adonis
14. 11.


Interpreter
22. 11. 62



Federal Maple
6. 11. 62


Packages


Marks and
Numbers


H. Ltd.
S.B.
W.A.N.S.
W.E.J.
G/DA
I.W.
1/2
Sales
T. Phar.
macy 3/4
I.W.
D100.621/2
G/298/E
Desmond
L.A.P. 359
B.K. G5
1/4
5
B.K. G6
1/2
L.A.P.
1/93

J.M.S.
G7214/8
I.W.
R.H. & Co
0621/1
H.C.F.
J.W. No. 1
E.A. & Co
58941
1/25
10 Ctns.
C.S.C.
1/14
L.A.P.
No. 1
L.A.P.
3674/1/7
M.C.S.
864
VINOO
1599
LDMN
VINO D
1570/1
IW.
C.S.C.
101/2


No. and
Kind


5 Ctns.

1 Ctn.

1 Case

2 C/S
2 Ctns.

2 C/S

1 C/s

1 Case

4 Cases

1T'ches.

2 C/S
93 B'dles


1 Bale

2 Cases

1 Case
1 Ctn.
1 Case

15 Ctns.



14 C/S

1 Case

7 Boxes

1 Bale

1 Bale


1 Bale

2 Cases


Contents


Instant Coffee

Flavouring

Adv. Matter

Cotton Piece Goods
Alcolardo

Medicines

Cotton Piece Goods

Terylene Goods

Brassware

Screws

Nails and Locks
Galv. Sheets


Cotton Piece Goods

Aluminumware

Electric Cable
Kraft Dressing
Mum Cream

Milk

Condensed Milk

Safety Razor Bids.

Electric Fittings

Sisal Rope

Cotton P'ce Goods

do


Rot. No.
and Folio
No.


Cotton P'ce Goods Ivan Wood


Adv. Material


Carib Ship Chan.


Date
of
Receival


Consignees



Barclays Bank

Royal Bank

Order

Ivan Wood
Order

Royal Bank of C/DA

Order

do

L. A. Purcell

do

do
do


Order

do

do
J.B. & Hubbard
Order

express Agency

do

i/DA. Elec. Serv.

Order

do

IcCabe Salfarlie

L.D.M. Nelson


5. 5. 62

18. 6. 62

11. 10. 62


9 .62


10. 62

10. 62


7. 9. 62






3. 10. 62

4. 11. 62

13. 11. 62



1. 12. 62



11. 12. 62




23. 11. 62


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11,' 1963.-(No. 24.)


Date Rot. N. Lot Importing Ves- Packages
of and Folio No. sel and Date of arks and o. and Consignees
Receival No. Report Numbers Kind Contents


Federal Maple
12. 11. 62




Antillia
15. 11. 62


Federal Palm
17. 11. 62


29. 11. 62





2. 12. 62


4. 12. 62




7. 12. 62


31
405




39
408


41
412



51
413



60
415
38
398


60
416
10
421

15
423

1
424

22
427


28
429
41

431


46
432


M.S.
1361
C.S.
6721/10
M &Co.
188/62-3
T. Crom-
well


I.W.
M.H.N.
165 A.
I.W.
01081/2
H. Jones
M.S.
95041/25
B.N.D.
No. 1
Jean Fisher
No. 1

M.S. & Co
ADD
Stuart
Stuart

B. Free-
land
D.S.
T.S.L.

Cape
Inter-
national
BW/S4
111/2F
No. 6
D.D.
1/15
2306
21/23
B.G.
S.A.
P. Ltd.

M.N. 1/2
H.F.H.
275

B.N.D.
1/38
Esso S.A.
Ltd.
L.A.P.
4148/4152
T.E.N.S.
& Co87/91
534/39 or
834/9
2306
4274/1

Caribbean
Agency


1 Bale

1 Case

1 Case

2 Cases
8 Bales
10 Bales

1 Case


2 Cases
11 Ctns.

25 Ctns.

1 Case

1 Box

1 Ctn.

2 Bales
1 Box


10 Ctns.
36 Ctns.

1 Crate



1 Case


15 Ctns.

3 Ctns.

13 Pkgs.
7 Pkgs.

2 C/S
1 Case


38 Ctns.

1 C/S


5 Ctns.

5 Ctns.

6 Ctns.

1 Bale

1 Bale


Indian Cott. Goods

Enamelware

Cotton P'ce Goods

Merchandise
do
Socks & P'ce goods

Nylon Goods


Cotton Goods
Fans

Plastic Houseware

Adv. Material

Household Effects

Toilet Paper

Matteresses
Sundry Marine
Equipment

1 Boat & Trailer
Salmon
Toilet Paper


Wood & Metal
Tables

Textiles


Marcoroni

Ladies Shoes

Limacol
Patents

Mirrors
Cotton P'cs. Goods


M.T. Cardboard
Ctns.
Valves


Tea

Printed Books

Stationery

Bleached & Dyed
Spun Ray.
Carpet Pattern
Books


VIA JERO
20. 11. (


24. 12. 62


26. 12. 62


29. 12. 62


4. 1. 63


5. 1. 63


8. 1. 63


Carib Clipper
23. 11. 62
Brunseck
10. 62


Carib Clipper
23. 11. 62

22. 12. 62

Grenville Lass
6. 12. 62

Federal Maple
12. 62

Osris
9 12. 62


Sea Flyn J.
10. 12. 62

Caracas
14. 12. 62


Wayfarer
16. 12. 62


Royal Bank

Order

Royal Bank

Terence Cromwell

do

Order


do
do

Melville Store

B. N. Davis

Jeane Fisher

Order

Stuart
do


B. Freeland
Order
do

Cape
International


Order


Dennis Dolland
Charles of
Grenada

Paramount Agency
do

Order
do


do

do


do

do

do

do

Geo. F. Huggins


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


Date of
Receival


10.62

10. 62

10. 62


27. 10


2. 11. 62


19. 10. 62


7. 11. 62







1. 11. 62

17. 11. 62















24. 11. 62


Rot. No. Lo Importing Ves-
and Folio N. sel and Date of
No Report


Berlin
23. 8. 62
Socrates
26. 9. 62
Federal Palm
16. 9. 62

Vamos
10. 10. 62

Brunseck
16. 10. 62

Federal Maple
6. 11. 62
Richwill
6. 12. 62
Wayfarer
16. 12. 62
Vigilante
25. 7. 62

Carib Clipper
29. 7 62
Viajero
26. 9. 62

Oberon
3. 10. 62


Federal Maple
29. 9. 62
Doris
18. 10. 62
Federal Maple

20. 10. 62






Sunvictor
14. 10. 62
Socrates
31. 10. 62














Carib Clipper
7. 11. 62


Packages

Mdnrks and No. and onte
Num KContent
Numenl)s Kind


H.M.M.C.
A
I.W.
No. 1
R.N.R.S.
R.N.R.SM
E.S.L.
Moses
Nahous
No. 080

Stuart .


R.N.R.

Various

G.N.P.

C.A.L.


I. Wood
G.B.
2606/2

L.A.P.
255482 1/5
T.E.N.S.
635935/1
I.W.
P.T.C.
L.R.O.
754/62
I.W.
M.H.N.
163/4
C.D.
6721
E.M.G.
Cape
L.A.P.
158/1061
1/3
Ms C.S.

L.A.P.
3033/163
A.H.
5307
A 721 H
5681
A 721 H
5678
A 721H
5680
A 721 H
5309
E.A Co.
5853/1-25

T.S.N.
Ltd.

B.N.D.


Ctn.

Case

Ctn.
Ctn.

Ctn.


1 Box


10 Ctns.

4 Bundles

1 C/s

25 Ctns.


4 Ctns.

1 Box


5 C/S

1 C/S

1 Bale

1 C/s


2 C/S

9 C/S

1 Pkg.

3 C/S




1 C/S

1 C/S

1 Crtn.

1 C/S

1 C/S

1 C/S

15 C/S
10 Ctns.

1 Ctn.

25 Ctn.


Adv. Matter

Handkerchiefs

Tomato Sauce
Whole Corn

Piece Goods


Sundry Marine
Equipment

Tomato Catchup

Galvanised Sheets

Sundries

Liquid H/H
Cleaning Fluid

Flashlights

Brewery
Machinery

Bentwood Chairs

Adv. Matter

Ind. Cott. Goods

Fittings


Cott. Rayon Goods

Enamelware

Floor Wax

Fold Chairs


15 Ctns. Sardines

Tools

Tools

Glassware

Holloware

Earthenware

Tools

Milk Powder
Cond. Milk

Christmas CardO

Toilet Paper


Coosignes


Order

do

do
do

Moses Nahous


Stuart


Order

do

do

C. A. Lowe


Ivan Wood

G/DA. Breweries
Ltd.

L. A. Purcell

T. E. N. Smith

Ivan Wood

F. J. Archibald


Order

do

E. M. G.'Cape

L. A. Purcell


McCabe Salfarlie

L. A. Purcell

T. E. N. Smith

do

do

do

do

Order
do

do

do


166


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


ages


Pack'
e of Rot. No. Lot Importing Ves- Pack
Reial and Folio N sel and Date of Marks and No. and
No. Report Numbers Kind

-----------


6. 10. 62 352 ...


11. 11. 62 353

24. 11. 62 359


Santa Lucia
31. 8. 62

Carib Clipper
25. 10. 62
Venimos
6. 11. 62

Dacosta






Sunflower
14. 11. 62
Brunsbruttle

19. 11. 62

Ludwigburg
6. 12. 62
Federal Palm
9. 12. 62

do
Silvia
9. 12. 62

Lady Violet
Mac
11. 12. 62

Vamos
13. 12. 62

Federal Maple
17. 12. 62
Carib Clipper
21. 12. 62



do
Federal Maple
29. 12. 62

Venimos
6. 11. 62
Amberjack
19. 3. 62
Federal Maple
14. 3. 62
Helicon
20. 3. 62
do
Menmon
12. 4. 62
Carib Clipper
27. 5. 62
do

Caracas
23. 8. 62
do


N.M. 9 Pkgs.
N.M. 2 Ctns.

GEDS 1 Ctn.
G.F.H.
B/dos. 3 Ctns.


B/dos.
No. 13
J.B.L.
E.S.L.
377 No. 11

A.J.
10 Ctns.

Belfon
1/5

Royal
Agencies
Me. C.S.

S.A.
1/20
ADD
TENS



Nicks
VL 539

ST. GEO.
VL. 538

G.B.H.
Hankeys
Ltd.
I.W.
35/621/4
M.NGMC
281 1/2
MN-CT
25

Lafayette
St. Lucia

ADD

Bata

Hankeys
V.H.

B.N.D.

W.M.
E.O.


T.S.L.
Hankeys


1 Ctn.

1 C/S

1 Ctn.

1 Ctn.


5 Ctns.


1 Box

5 Ctns.

20 Ctns.

5 Ctns.
6 Parcels


1 Ctn.


1 Bale
1 Bale

1 Ctn.

2 Pkgs.

4 Cases

2 C/S

1 Ctn.


1 Bag

7

1 Ctn.

1 Pcl.
1 C/S

17 Ctns.

1 Pkg.
1 C/S


1 Ctn.
1 Ctn.


Contents


Furniture
Stout

Fruit Juice

Sundries
do

Putty

Sundries

Plastic Table
Cloth

Sardines


Flashlight
Batteries

Sample & Tools

Butter

Dental Cream

Furniture



Flavouring Ess.


Cotton P'ce Goods
do

Furniture Parts

Metal Signs

Cotton Nylon Goods

Cotton P'ce Goods

Earthenware


Bean Peas

Concrete Blocks

Shoes

Adv. Matter
do

Hardboard

Labels
Thread
Adv. Matter

Sausages
Adv. Matter


Consignees


Order
do

do

Overlanded
do

do

do

do


Royal Bank


Order


Royal Agencies

McCabe Salfarlie

Swedish Agency

T. E. N. Smith



Royal Bank


Order
do

G/da Beach Hotel

Hankeys Ltd.

Order

do

Moses Nahous
Agents

Overlanded

Order

Bata Shoe Co.

Hankeys Ltd.
Victor Husbands

B. N. Davis

Order
do


do
do


167


384


387

389


1. 12. 62


7. 12. 62


31. 12. 62


4. 1. 62


10. 9. 62


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, ,MY 11, '1963.-'(No. 24.)


Date of Rot. No Lot Importing Ves- Packages
Receival nd oloo.: sel and Date of Marks anld No. and Consignees
No. N 'Report N fibers K-ind Contents


Carib Clipper
20. I. 62 3 1 '3. 1. 62 ETT.C. 1 C/S 'Almanacs Bishop's Agency
Federal Maple
7. 2. 62 18 2 ..20. 1. 62 Sterling 1 Ctn. "Tuiibles James Milne
Brunsholm
5. 4. 62 83 4 20. 3. 62 A.D.F. 1' Ctn. Adv. Matter Royal Agency
Federal Maple
28. 4. 62 '111 7 8. 4. 62 Blue 1 Bdle. Galvanise Sadlers IMEC.
Carib Clipper
10. 5. 62 113 8 18. 4. 62 ADD 1 piece Machinery Elec. Ser. Ltd.
Craftsman
19. 4. 62 95 33 1. 4. 62 W.E.J. 2 C/S Adv. Matter Order
Caracas
4. 7. 62 171 36 16. 6. 62 T.E.N.S.i I Ctn. Beer do

NOTICE

N accordance with the Customs Ordinance No. 35 of 1960.

Notice is hereby given thnt the goods listed below, having remained in the Library Transit Shed for
over three months and not warehoused or cleared, will be offered for sale on Tuesday, 21st May, 1963,
at the Library Transit Shed, St. George's. The sale commences at 10'.39 a.m.


E. F. CHERMAN,
Collector of Customs.


Date of Rot. No. Lot
Date of FolL
Receival andFolio No,
No.


2. 62

3. 62

3. 62

3. 62

8. 62


4. 8. 62


Importing Ves-
sel and Date of Marks and
Report Numbers


Rhoda L.
17. 2. 62
Traders Choice
8. 3. 62
Crispin Wayne
25. 3. 62
Rhoda L.
31. 3. 62
Lucky Mac
4. 8. 62

Esso Aruba
4. 8. 62

Rhoda L.
18. 8. 62
Confident I.G.
27. 9. 62
do
Rhoda L.
20. 10. 62

do
do

8. 12. 62
Lucky Mac
8. 12. 62
Madinina
16. 12. 62
Carib Clipper
16. 12. 62
do.


Hankeys

I.W.B.W.

ADD

ADD

ADD


Hankeys


G.F.H.

F.C.
A.J.

J.K.M.
1208/29
ADD
TENS

ADD

ADD

SALES

P.J.
A.J.


Packages


No. and
Kind


1 Ctn.

1 Ctn.

1 B'dle

2 coils

4 B'dles


10 pails
10 do.

6 Ctns.

3 Ctns.
2 C/S

22 C/S

1 Roll
5 Ctns.
4 Ctns.
2 Ctns.

2 C/S

3 Bags

1 Ctn.
2 C/S
1 C/S
2 C/S


Contents



Beer

Gents Shirts

Dip Sticks

Elec. cable

Posters


Margarine
Lard

Grape Fruit

Soap
Ladies Shoes

Playing cards

Tying Wire
Lifebuoy Soap
Lux Soap
Printed Books

Cotton p'ce Goods

Arrowroot

Baking Powder
Cotton p'ce Goods
do.
Shoes


Consignees


Hankeys Ltd.

Barclays Bank

McIntyre Bros.

Hankeys

G/da Breweries


Hankeys
do

Geo. F. Huggins.


A. Johnson

Carib Shippers.

Harold Tucker
Royal Bank

Ambrose Baptiste

Democratic Store

Central Sales

do
Order
do
do


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.GOVERNMENT GAZETTBE, MAY 11, ,1963.-(No. 24.)


169


Date of Rot. No Lt Importing Ves Pakages
Receival & Folio No. sel and Date of Marks and No. and Consignees
S No. Report Numbers .Kind Contents


24. 10.. 62

22. 11. 62

24. 11. 62
24. 11. 62

30. 11. 62
30. 11. 62
30. 11. 62

5. 12. 62
5. 12. 62
.22.' 11. 62

'4. 3. 61

10. 3. 61

25. 3. 61
do.

11. 4. 61

13. 5. 61

8. 7. 61


Confident I.G.
24. 10. 62

22. 11. 62
Emmanuel C.
24. 11. 62
do
Lady Violet
30. 11. 62
do
Sdo
Confident IG.
5. 12. 62
do.
22. 11. 62
Rhoda L.
4. 3. 61
Confident I.G.
10 3. 51
Ocean Star
25. 3. 61
do.
Confident I.G.
5 11. 4. 61
Traders Choice
13. 5. 61
'Rhoda L.
8. 7. 61

Confident LG.
9. 8. 61
do.
do.
20. 10. 61
Ocean Star
22. 10. 61
Confident I.G
1. 11. 61

Esso Aruba
4. 11. 61

Rhoda L.
10. 11. 61
Confident I.G.
15. 11. 61
Faithful Star
24. 11. 61
Confident I.G.
13. 12. 61
B.W.I.A.
S27. 7. 62


G.P.S.
L.A.P.

M;S.
iA.J.

IDEAL
S. Sergeant
Powells

*TENS
S.A.B.
ADD

ADD

L.A:P.

M.M.P.
H. Ltd.

Hankeys

I.W.

Schools
SG/DA.

O.D.B.
D.F.W.
P.L.
R.M.B.

Parris

W.E.J.


DACOL


W.E.J.
S.S.
M.C.P.

ADD

E.T.C.

E.R.


'1 Box
10 Ctns.

2C/S
1 C/S

3 Pkgs.
1 Ctn.
9 Pkgs.

5 Ctns.
3 C/S
2 C/S

1 Piece

1 Pail

4 Pkgs.
1 Ctn.

1. C/S

1 Ctn.

15 Ctns.


2 Tins
1 Pail
1 Ctn.
10 Ctns.

2 Pkgs.

24 Ctns.


3 Pails


2 C/S

1 C.S.

1 Parcel

1 Case

1 Pkg.


Photographic Equip
Radio Recivers

Rayon p/ce Goods;
-do.

,Medicies
do.
do.

Medical Products
Butter
Plastic Bags

Machinery

Margarine

Medicines
Ovaltine Posters

SAdv. Material

Frys Cocoa

Vanilla Cookies


Wibix Biscuits
Lard
Listerine
Margarine

Medicines & Soap

Lay. Cisterns


Cement


Merchandise

Silk Goods

Memo pads

Frys Adv. Bags

Jewellery


4. 11. 61


Central Sales
Order

Melville;Store
A. Johnson

Royal Bank
do.
do.

-Bishop's Agencies
SCentral Sales
Ivan Wood

Frank deBoehmler

L. A,-Purmell

Order
Hankeys Ltd.

do.

Geo. Otway

Schools G/da.


0: D. Brisbane
Order
Powell's Ltd.
R. M. Bhola

Royal Bank




Order


W. E. Julien

Order

James Milne

E.T.C.

Eden Rahim


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170 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.- (No. 24.)

POST OFFICE such purposes to include agriculture, forestry,
industry, commerce, housing and open spaces.
THE "Freedom from Hunger Campaign" this BE IT RESOLVED that the Central Authority
year is being supported by a World Wide for the above-mentioned purposes do hereby declare
Special Issue of Stamps in which this territory that the area of land hereinafter described shall be
will participate" by selling an 8 cents denomination zoned in accordance with the provisions of the
for three months commencing on the 4th June, Town and Country Planning Ordinance, 1946 (No.
and continuing until the 3rd September, 1963. 3 of 1946); that is to say: -
I'irst Day Covers may be stamped at the Main All that area of land bounded by a line commenc-
District Post Offices and the General Post Office, ing at the junction of St. George's main road and
whilst at the Postal Stations stamps will also the Fontenoy-Bellevue road, along the Bellevue
be sold. road to its junction with the Grand Etang road
W. HAYLING, along the Grand Etang road to its junction with
Colonial Post the Boca road along the Boca road to its junction
Colonial Postmaster, with Snug Corner, Mt. Parnassus road to its junc-
General Pos Officetion with the Mt. Parnassus estate road along the
St. George's, Mt. Parnassus estate road to its junction with the
2nd April, 1963. Madigras road and along the Madigras road to the
____ Good Hope Estate road and continuing along the
Good Hope Estate road to its junction with the St.
NOTICE George's main road. Along the St. George's main
road to its junction wi: h the Mt. Airie Path then
TENDERS are invited for the construction of a along the Mt. Airie Path to its junction with Hope
bridge at Chadeau La Force in the Parish of Vale Estate road then along Hope Vale Estate
St. John. road to the La Borie road to the Dry River Cause-
Plans, specifications ei c. are available from the way. Then along the La Borie Road to a point on
Public Wors Department to boa ide enderersthe top-ridge of Cavigny Estate along the ridge in
Public Works Department to bona fide tenderers a westerly direction until it meets the Moane
who can show Treasury deposit receipts of fifteen Jaloux road near te Churh then continuing along
dollars ($15.00). This deposit will be refunded to the More Jaloux road ear te rch these juncontinuing along
unsuccessful tenderers on return of plans etc. in the Morne Jaloux rod at ts p unction wrih oburn
good condition. road. Then along the Sprngs-Calvigny road until
All t nders must reich tihe Chairman, Tenders it meets the Woodlands Sugar Factory road. Then
Board at the Ministerial Building not later than aloneg the Grand Anse road to the highest point of
noon of Wednesday, 15th May, 1963. government land f uth of Mourne Rouge along the
The Tenders Board does not bind itself to accept ridge which forms the southern boundary of Gov-
the lowest or any tender. ernment land to a point to the north-eastern boun-
dary of the Leper Settlement thence to the sea
along the sea coast t'J the point of commencement
NOTICE (In all cases, where a road, path or river is given
as a boundary, the scheme shall be deemed to
CENTRAL HOUSING AND PLANNING include an area of land 300 ft. in width outside the
AUTHORITY said boundary).
AUTHORITY
-MICH AEL T. FORSHAW,
Resolution giving Notice of a Decision to Zone an Secretary and Executive Officer, C. A.
Area within the Parish of St. George
NOTICE
(Section 5 of the Town and Country Planning
Ordinance, 1946 No. 3 of 1946) DISTRIBUTION OF FORESTRY PLANTS

THE following resolution which was passed at a
meeting of the Central Authority held on the TlHE Public is hereby notified that Teak, Blue
19th March, 1963, is published for general infor- i Mahoe and Honduras Mahogany plants are
mation:- available for distribution during 1963.
RESOLUTION Application forms can be obtained from Agricul-
tural Extension Officers or from members of the
WHEREAS the Central Authority have decided Fot estry & Lands Department staff.
to prepare a scheme for the zoning of land within
the parish of St. George (whether public or pri- J. S. POSS,
vately owned), reserving it for specific purposes; Superintendent of Forestry & Lands.












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


ST. JOHN'S DISTRICT BOARD

General Revenue Balance at 31st December, 1962


1962

January I Opening Balance
December 31 Total Revenue


Total Expenditure

Closing Balance


... ... $ 2,830.90 (Debit)
... ...16,182.36

$ 13,351.46
... 24,455.56

... ... ... $ 11,104.10 (Debit)


Statement of Assets and Liabilities


Liabilities

Treasury Advance Account
Provident Fund


$ 11,104.10
854.25

$ 10,249.85


Assets.

Excess of Liabilities over Assets
Investment Provident Fund


$ 11,104.10
854.25

$ 10.249.85


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting


ST. JOHN'S DISTRICT BOARD


Statement of Revenue for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Heads Particulars of Revenue


1 RATES ON TOWN PROPERTY :
(a) Rates ... ... ...
(b) Fines ......
(c) Bailiff's Fees ......

2. LANDING AND SHIPPING DUES

3. MARKET FEES :
(a) Fish Dues ... ...
(b) Flesh Dues ......
(c) Rent ......
(d) Abbattoir ......

4. CEMETERY FEES


5. FINES AND FORFEITURES

6. SALE OF STORES

7. MISCELLANEOUS :
(a) Sundries ...
(b) Rent of Buildings
(c) Pound Fees


Estimate
1962
$

4,000.00
60.00
60.00

10.00


1,000.00
450.00
240.00
120.00

250.00

10.00


Actual
Revenue
1962
S

3,153.59
60.47
43.98


659.67
410.54
172.92
60.42

157.70


10.00


10.00
240.00
5.00


1.11
240.00


8. WINDSOR PARK


9. DANCING PLACES FEES ...
Total Local Revenue
10. GRANT FROM COLONIAL REVENUE :
(a) In lieu of rates town property ...
(b) In lieu of Sanitation ...


... ... 45.00

... ... 6,510.00

... ... 200.00
... ... 900.00


11. Deficit written off


7,365.00


2.40

4,952.80

155.00
944.93

10,129.63

16,182.36


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


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ST, JOHN'S DISTRICT BOARD

Statement of Expenditure for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Heads


Particulars of Expenditure


1. OFFICER'S WAGES:
(a) Secretary Warden
(b) Market Clerk
(c) Office Assistant
(d) Salary increase 20%
(e) Leave Pay


2. STREETS :
(a) Maintenance of Streets
(b) Scavenging ...
(c) Lighting
(i) Lamplighter ...
(ii) Salary increase 20%
(iii) Maintenance ...


3. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS


4. CEMETERY :
(a) Keeper ...
(b) Salary increase 20%
(c) Cleaning ...


5. HARBOUR :
(a) Landing Places ...

6. MARKET :
(a) Market Assistant ...
(b) Market Assistant ...
(c) Allowance to caretaker of post (a)
(d) Abbattoir Attendant
(e) Salary increase 20%
(f) Maintenance ...


Estimate
1962
$

1,788.00
1,266.00
822.00

150.00


... ... ... 2,100.00
... ... ... 5,000.00

... ... ... 300.00

... ... ... 550.00


250.00


480.00

200.00


25.00


480.00
204.00

192.00

300.00


Actual
Expenditure
1962
$

1,788.00
1,151.00
822.00

140.00


1,850.80
5,443.67

288.00

400.49

15.86


480.00

159.46


15.00


480.00
204.00

192.00

230.88


7. MISCELLANEOUS :
(a) Printing and Stationery
(b) Upkeep of Town Clock
(c) Tools and Plants ...
(d) Payment to Colonial Treasurer
(e) Office Requisites ...
(f) Telephone Rent ...
(g) Bailiff's Fees ...
(h) Sundries ...
(i) Fire and Hurricane Insurance
(j) Parochial Scholarships
(k) Books for needy Exhibitioners
(1) Provident Fund ...
(m) Salary increase 20%
(n) Travelling
(o) Travelling for members
(p) Entertainment Allowance


for keeping accounts





... ... ...,


8. WINDSOR PARK CARETAKER ... ...
9. SPECIAL WORKS :
(a) Reconstruction of streets and drains ...
(b) Cemetery ... ......
(c) Election Expenses...
(d) Purchasing of land for widening streets
(e) Repayment of Indebtedness to P. G. Hosten
(f) Interest on debt to P. G. Hosten ...
(g) Construction of Windsor Park Pavillion


10. DEFICIT WATER RATES


50.00
36.00
100.00
267.00
60.00
200.00
100.00
200.00
250.00
96.00
72.00
265.00

60.00
100.00
100.00

240.00

500.00
150.00
50.00

1,000.00
425.95


1,884.00

20,312.95


42.88
36.00
52.36
302.06

163.44

187.71
216.00
87.00
72.00
254.01

37.21
53.98
46.68

240.00

611.69
147.77
38.64

1,000.00
456.78
252.97

6,495.72

24,455.56


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.--(No. 24.)

ST. MARK'S DISTRICT BOARD

General Revenue Balance at 31st December, 1962


1 Opening Balance
31 Total Revenue ...


Total Expenditure

Closing Balance


$ 7,095.94 (Debit)
9,164.99

$ 2,069.05
... ... ... 13,225.53

... ... ... $ 11,156.48 (Debit)


Statement of Assets and Liabilities


Liabilities

Treasury Advance Account
Provident Fund ...


$ 11,156.48
225.37

$ 11,381.85


Assets

Excess of Liabilities over Assets $ 11,156.48
Investment Provident Fund 225.37

$ 11,381.85


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


ST. MARK'S DISTRICT BOARD

Statement of Revenue for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Heads


Particulars of Revenue


1. RATES ON TOWN PROPERTY :
(a) General Rates
(b) Fines on unpaid rates


2. MARKET :
(a) Market Dues ...
(b) Fish and Flesh Dues ... ...

3. FEES :
(a) Cemetery Fees ... ...
(b) Pound Fees ... ... ...

4. SALES OF STORES AND CONDEMNED ARTICLES

5. MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS :
(a) Rents ... ......
(b) Other Receipts ... ...

6. BAILIFF'S FEES ...


7. GRANT FROM COLONIAL REVENUE IN LIEU OF :
(a) Town Rates on Public Buildings ...
(b) Rates on C.H. & P.A. Buildings
(c) Chargeable to Colonial Revenue for Sanitation

8. DEFICIT WRITTEN-OFF


1962

January
December


Estimate
1962

$


... ... ... ... 2,280.00
... ... ... ... 100.00


25.00
600.00


5.00

20.00


48.00
5.00

40.00

3,123.00


108.00
14.00
300.00


3,545.00


Actual
Revenue
1962

$

2,626.01
34.09


37.93
462.21


46.81


47.96

3,255.01


108.00
13.32
310.56


5,478.10

9,164.99


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.--No. 24.)


ST. MARK'S DISTRICT BOARD

Statement of Expenditure for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Heads Particulars of Expenditure



1. CHARGE ON ACCOUNT OF DEBT :

(a) Interest on Government Loans ...
(b) Instalment to repayment of Government loans

2. OFFICERS' WAGES :


Secretary Warden ...
Market Clerk
Market Janitor ...
Leave Relief ...
Salary Increase 20%
Office Messenger (Part-time)


3. UPKEEP OF STREETS

4. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS

5. SANITATION AND SCAVENGING :


(a) Scavenging Streets
(b) Other Sanitary work
(c) Recreation Ground
(d) Cemetery ...


6. LIGHTING STREETS :


(a) Lighting ... ... ...
(b) Lamplighter (Part-time) ... ...

7. UPKEEP OF MARKET :... ...

8. MISCELLANEOUS :

(a) Printing and Stationery ...
(b) Payment to Acctontant General for keeping accounts
(c) Bailiffs Fees ... ... ... ...
(d) Scholarship fees ...... ...
(e) Sundries ... ......
(f) Repayment of Indebtedness to P. G. Hosten ...
(g) Interest on debt to P. G. Hosten ...
(h) Election ... ...... ...
(i) Telephone Rent ... ......
(j) Travelling ... ... ... ...
(k) Provident Fund ... ... ... .


Estimate
1962

S$


1,248.00
384.00
120.00
112.00

60.00

400.00


70.00


1,700.00
20.00
20.00
10.00



250.00
108.00


60.00


58.00
61.00
40.00
48.00
75.00
1,000.00
140.00
50.00
96.00
50.00
100.00


9. SPECIAL WORKS :


Reconstruction of Streets and Drains ... ... 400.00
Cemetery ... ... ... ... .. -
Repairs to Building for H.R.H ... .. .. -
Construction of New District Board Office ... 2,008.00
Washing of Market ... ... ... ... -
Repairs to Garbage Cart ... ... .. -
Typewriter ... ... ... ... ... 200.00


10. Deficit Water Rates


200.00

9,068.00


Actual
Expenditure
1962

S


1,248.00
384.00
120.00
109.00

60.00

422.00


70.00


1,786.80
19.85
3.00
5.00



210.00
108.00

121.76



13.00
167.45
23.24
48.00
75.00
1,000.00
140.00

103.50
24.00
30.00



400.00


2,008.00


200.00


4,325.93

13,225.53


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting)


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1968.-(No. 24.) 175

ST. PATRICK'S DISTRICT BOARD

General Revenue Balance as at 31st December, 1962


1962

January 1 Opening Balance
December 31 Total Revenue ...


Total Expenditure

Closing Balance


$ 4,738.66 (Debit)
... ... ... 17,607.17

$ 12,868.51
... ... ... 28.004.68

... ... ... $ 15,136.17


Statement of Assets and Liabilities


Liabilities

Treasury Advance Account


Heads


$ 15,136.17


Assets

Excess of Liabilities over Assets $ 15,136.17

L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting)


ST. PATRICK'S DISTRICT BOARD

Statement of Revenue for the Year ended 31st December, 1962

Particulars of Revenue Estimate
1962

$


1. RATES ON TOWN PROPERTY :

(a) General Rates ...
(b) Fines on unpaid Rates ...

2. MARKET DUES :

(a) Fish Dues ......
(b) Flesh Dues ......
(c) Market Dues ...
(d) Slaughter House Dues ...

3. CEMETERY FEES ......

4. POUNDFEES ... ...

5. MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS ...

6. FINES AND FORFEITURES ...

7. BAILIFFS FEES ......

8. LAND RENT ......

8a. RECREATION GROUND ...

Total Local Revenue ...

9. GRANTS FROM COLONIAL REVENUE IN LIEU OF :

(a) Town Rates on Government Buildings
(b) Upkeep of Streets (Sanitation)
(c) Upkeep of River Sallee Cemetery

10. DEFICIT WRITTEN-OFF ...


2,000.00
50.00



... ... 600.00
... ... 300.00
... ... 120.00
... ... 50.00

... ... 200.00

... ... 20.00

... ... 150.00

... ... 20.00

... ... 40.00

... ... 20.00

... ... 10.00

... ... 3,580.00


Actual
Revenue
1962




3,991.00
22.49



494.84
304.78
78.14
70.52

304.58


29.20



33.78




5,329.94


... 112.00 112.00
... 500.00 469.51
48.00 96.00

... 6,792.00 11,599.72

11,032.00 17,607.17


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


ST. PATRICK'S DISTRIpy BQARD

Statement of Expenditure for tle Year ended 3)st Decem;ber, 1962


Head


Particulars of Expenditure


1. OFFICERS WAGES:

(a) Secretary Warden
(b) Market Clerk
(c) Lamp Lighter
(d) Cemetery Keepers
(e) Janitor-Messenger
(f) Market Scavenger
(g) Releiving Officers


2. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS


Estimate
1962

$


1,596.00
750.00
192.00
240.00
72.00
144.00
50.00


240.00


2,500.00


3. SANITATION AND SCAVENGING

4. UPKEEP OF CEMETERIES


400.00


5. UPKEEP OF STREETS


6. LIGHTING OF STREETS

7. UPKEEP OF MARKET

8. MISCELLANEOUS :

(a) Printing and Stationery ...
(b) Upkeep of Town Clock ...
(c) Tools Furniture, etc.,.. ...
(d) Office Rents ......
(e) Telephone Rent ... ...
(f) Contribution to Treasury for keeping Accounts
(g) Bailiffs Fees ... ... ... ...
(h) Sundries ... ... ...
(i) Fire Insurance ......
(j) Travelling and Subsistence of Officers ...
(k) Recreation Ground
(1) Travelling for Members to attend meetings

9. GRANTS TO NEEDY EXHIBITIONERS ...


Total Recurrent Expenditure

10. CAPITAL :

(a) Election Expenses ...
(b) Typewriter ...
(c) Serving Assessment Notices
(d) Deficit Water Rates ...
(e) Scales for Market ...
(f) Improvement to Meat Market

11. SPECIAL WORKS :


(a) Reconstruction of Drains
(b) Erecting of Garbage Bins

Total Expenditure


1,500.00


500.00

50.00



50.00
48.00
60.00
24.00
96.00
125.00
100.00
150.00
25.00
100.00
250.00
300.00

200.00


... ... 9,762.00


20.00


... ... ... 1,000.00
... ... ... 250.00

11,032.00


Actual
Expenditure
1962

$


1,596.00
750.00
192.00
240.00
72.00
144.00
35.00

222.24

2,707.15


367.70


1,274.41


343.22

17.18


16.50
20.00
23.05
24.00
96.00
336.75
23.25
103.62
24.00
94.68
299.00
103.64

183.26

9,310.65


4.68
17,689.48





999.87


28,004.68


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


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GOVERNMENTT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


1962

January I
December 31


ST. ANDREW'S DISTRICT BOARD

General Revenue Balance at 31st December, 1962


Opening Balance
Total Revenue ...


Total Expenditure

Closing Balance


$ -
... ... $ 26,368.77

$ 26,368.77
38,523.46

... ... ... 12,154.69 (Debit)


Statement of Assets and Liabilities


Liabilities

Treasury Advance Account $ 12,154.69
Workmen's Compensation Fund 889.43

$ 13,044.12


Assets

Excess of Liabilities over Assets
Investment Workmen's Com
pensation Fund


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


ST. ANDREW'S DISTRICT BOARD

Statement of Revenue for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Particulars of Re


1. RATES ON TOWN PROPERTY :
S(a) Rates ...
(b) Fines on Unpaid Rates
2. WATER RATES :
(a) On Property
(b) For Private Service
(c) Supply to Shipping
3. DUES :
(a) Jetty Dues
(b) Over Land ...
4. MARKET :
(a) Fish Dues ...
(b) Flesh Dues ...
(c) Market Dues
(d) Slaughter Dues
5. FEES :
(a) Cemetery Fees
(b) Pound Fees


venue Estimate
1962

$
... ... ... 5,600.00
... ... ... 125.00


12.00


... ... ... 1,200.00
,.. ... ,...-


720.00
420.00
800.00
100.00


... ...... 720.00
... ... ... ...


6. FINES AND FORFEITURES NOT BEING FINES ON RATES
7. SALE OF STORES:
(a) Sales f Stores ... ...
(b) Sale of Condemned stores ...
8. MISCELLANEOUS :
(a) Miscellaneous ... ...
(b) Rents ... ... ...
(c) Dancing Houses ... ...
9. BAILIFFS' FEES ... ......


[0. GRANT FROM COLONIAL REVENUE IN LIEU OF RATES
11. DEFICIT WRITTEN-OFF ... ...
12. OVERPAYMENT IN PREVIOUS YEARS RECOVERED ...


25.00
300.00
25.00
150.00

10,197.00
502.00



10,699.00


Actual
Revenue
1962

$
6,015.91
121.74



26.40

770.23



922.26
1,136.72


444.00







13.55
322.98

136.32

9,910.11
502.00
15,956.66


26,368.77


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


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889.43

$ 13.044.12


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ST. ANDREW'S DISTRICT BOARD


Statement of Expenditure for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Heads


Particulars of Expenditure


2. OFFICERS WAGES :
(a) Secretary Warden
(b) Assistant Market Clerk
(c) Office Assistant
(d) Increase of Salaries
(e) Acting Allowance

3. UPKEEP OF STREETS


4. MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS

5. SANITATION AND SCAVENGING :
(a) Scavenging Streets etc.
(b) Other Sanitary work

6. LIGHTING :
(a) Lamp Lighter
(b) Fuel parts etc.


7. HARBOUR UPKEEP OF JETTY

8. MARKET :
(a) Upkeep of Market
(b) Market Assistants ...
(c) Market Police
(d) Slaughter House Assistants

9. CEMETERIES :
(a) Upkeep ...
(b) Keeper Grand Bras
(c) Assistant Keeper Grand Bras
(d) Keeper St. Cyr. Mt.


Actual
Estimate Expenditure
1962 1962

$ $


2,508.00
1,512.00
750.00

100.00


3,500.00


1,500.00


... ... ... 8,000.00
... ... ... 600.00


... ... ... 855.00
... ... ... 1,050.00


200.00


250.00
500.00
135.00
50.00


300.00
750.00
630.00
480.00


10. MISCELLANEOUS :
(a) Printing and Stationary ...
(b) Upkeep Town Clock ... ...
(c) Tools and plant ......
(d) Payment to Colonial Treasurer ... .
(e) Office Furniture ...
(f) Telephone Rent ......
(g) Bailiffs Fees ... ...
(h) Contingencies ... ...
(i) Fire Insurance ......
(j) Fire Extinguisher ......
(k) Refunds ... ......
(1) Workman's Compensation Fund ...
(m) Recreation Ground ... ...
(n) Compassionate Allowance Scavenging Foreman
(o) Entertainment ......


11. SPECIAL WORK :
(a) Assessment of Water Areas ...
(b) Election Expenses ...
(c) Drainage Survey ...
(d) Deficit Water Rates ...
(e) Meat Market Improvement ...
(f) Reconstruction Village Road ...
(g) Fish Market Fixtures
(h) Reconstruction on Genr and Grifin Lane
(i) Tennis Court Grenville ...


230.00
75.00
100.00
300.00
150.00
120.00
150.00
150.00
240.00
72.00
5.00
50.00
700.00
360.00
180.00

26,552.00


375.00
300.00

6,000.00


200.00



$ 33,427.00


2,508.00
1,512.00
750.00

94.00

3,767.44

1,452.56


7,592.48
585.53


1,255.00
672.27

154.83


306.33
452.40
135.00



226.35
800.00
552.50
480.00


279.50

84.14
384.00
8.80
119.04
136.17
204.23
122.65
60.00

50.00
696.40
300.00
168.12

25,909.76


81.12

12,332.72


199.86



38,523.46


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


HILLSBOROUGH TOWN AUTHORITY

General Revenue Balance at 31st December, 1962


1962

January 1
December 31


Opening Balance
Total Revenue


Total Expenditure

Closing Balance


Statement of Assets and Liabilities


Assets

NIL


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General(Acting).


HILLSBOROUGH TOWN AUTHORITY

Statement of Revenue for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Heads


Particulars of Revenue


1. RATES OF PROPERTY

(a) Rates ...
(b) Fines ...
(c) Bailiffs' Fees ...

2. MARKET:

(a) Fish Dues ...
(b) Flesh Dues ...
(c) Other Market Dues ...

3. FEES :

(a) Cemetery
(b) Pound ...

4. OTHER RECEIPTS :

(a) Dancing House Fees ...
(b) Miscellaneous Receipts

5. GRANTS FROM COLONIAL REVENUE :


(a) In lieu of Town Rates on Government Buildings
(b) In lieu of Jetty Rates ... ...
(c) Deficit written-off ...

SALE OF PROPERTY ...

RENT FROM LAND ... ... ...

Total Revenue ... ...


Estimate
1962

$

900.00
20.00
50.00


40.00
120.00
10.00



60.00
220.00


30.00
2.00



355.00
96.00
1,924.00


Actual
Revenue
1962

$

946.12
20.96
22.68


50.64
180.92
24.61



41.04
173.70


41.80
8.00


48.00

1,835.89


... 3,827.00 3,394.36


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


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... ... ... 3,394.36

3,394.36
... ... ... 3,394.36


Liabilities

NIL











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


HILLSBOROUGH TOWN AUTHORITY

Statement of Expenditure for the Year ended 31st December, 1962


Heads


Particulars of Expenditure


1. OFFICERS' WAGES


(a) Secretary ...
(b) Market Clerk
(c) Pound Keeper
(d) Cemetery Keeper

UPKEEP OF BYEWAYS

UPKEEP OF STREETS

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

IMPLEMENTS ...

ESPLANADE

MOITIES

LIGHTING OF STREETS

UPKEEP OF MARKET

UPKEEP OF DRAINS

UPKEEP OF SIDEWALKS

MISCELLANEOUS :


OF BUILDINGS


(a) Payment to Accountant General for keeping Accounts
(b) Bailiffs' Fees ... ...... ...
(c) Sundries ... ... ......


13. SPECIAL :

(a) Re-assessment of properties
(b) Covering of Market ...

Total Expenditure ...


Estimate
1962

$

144.00
143.00
48.00
87.00

230.00

850.00

200.00

20.00

60.00

110.00

600.00

250.00

70.00

150.00


40.00
35.00
40.00

3,077.00


Actual
Expenditure
1962

$

144.00
137.09
48.00
86.40

30.70

837.50

177.67

14.30

59.00

100.94

577.00

255.30

46.38

43.73



49.04
23.59
13.72

2,644.36


...... 150.00 150.00
...... 600.00 600.00

... .. ... $ 3,827.00 $ 3,394.36


L. F. WILSON,
Accountant General (Acting).


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


GRENADA

COURT NOTICES



In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands


OTICE is hereby given that a Session of the
Supreme Court of the \Vindwrcd Islands and
Leeward Islands at Grenada, in its Criminal
Jurisdiction, will be held at thi Court House in the
town of St. (;eorge on Tuesday the 4th day of
June, 1963, at 9.30 o'clock i: th' forenoon wh-n
and where all concerned and bound over to proceoeu1e
or to give evidence cr summoned as Jurois (.r
witnesses are required to give their personal
attendance, and all office s who .ave taken Inqiisi-
tions, Depositions, Examinations Recogniances or
other papers cognisable by the Court are required
to return the same without delay to this office.

Dated this 10th day May, 1963.

WINDOM J. RORERTSON,
Actl ng Deputy Registrar.

Iegirtrar',; Office,
St. George's,
Grenada.


In The Suprem3 Court of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands


Suit No. 201 of 1961
Between


THE GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE BANK
LIMITED


Plaintiff


and
ANDRE SALHAB, ISABELLA STEELE
MAGDALENE PARRIS
CATHERINE NOREEN LORNA PARRIS Defendants
CECELIA JOAN PARRIS AND
JAMES WILLIAM PARRIS

RY ORDER made the 27th August, 1962, there
will be offered for sale at this office on Friday,
17th May, 1963, at 12.00 o'clock noon ALL
THAT lot of land situate on the Western side of
Scott Street in the town of Saint George in
Grenada and bounded North by premises formerly
of Harriet and Clifford Dottin, South by premises
formerly of Louise Ethel Martin, East by Scott
Street and West by premises of the beneficiaries
under the Will of John H. Hamilton Vernon


Mahy, deceased or howsoever bounded together
with all buildings and erections thereon being the
balance of the hereditaments of which an undivi-
ded moiety was conveyed by Eva William Charles
by William Llewellyn Charles by an Indenture
dated 30th August, 1921, recorded in the Deeds
and Land Registry in Liber, G 8 at page 351
remaining after deducting therefrom the portion
thereof which was conveyed by the said Eva
Wiiiiam Charles to Louise Ethel Martin by an
Indenture dated 15th October, 1938, recorded in
the Deeds and Land Registry in Liber X 8 at
page 959.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale, a copy of which may be seen at this office and
to the REDUCED RESERVE PRICE of
S!0,343.22.
WINDOM ROBERTSON,
Acting Deputy Registrar.
.Registrar's Office,
Grenada,
4th May, 1963.




In The Supreme Court Of The Windward
Islands And Leeward Islands


Suit No. 144 of 1960
Between
GEO. F. HUGGINS & Co. (GRENADA) LTD. Plaintiff
And


CHRISTOPHER STRACHAN


)Y ORDER made in this action there will be
offered for sale at this office on Friday the
*4th day of May, 1963 at 12.00 o'clock noon ALL
THAT RIGHT title and interest of the above
named Defendant in :-
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND containing Eleven
Hundred Square Feet (1,100 sq. ft.) together with
the building thereon situate at Tyrrel Street in the
town of Saint George bounded as described in plan
marked "A" annexed to an Indenture dated 13th
March, 1955, made between St. George's Iistrict
Board one Part and Roland EugAne Callender
other part recorded in Grenada Land RegisLry in
Liber Q7X at page 147.
The interest of the Defendant in the s-me is
believed to be the fee simple in po-session and is
being sold free from judgments against the said
Defendant so far as known.
The sale is subject to the usual conditions of
sale, a copy of which can he seen at the Registrar's
Office and to the RE -ERVE PRICE of $4,425.00.

WINDOM J. ROBERTSON,
Acting Deputy RBgistrar.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 11, 1963.-(No. 24.)


NOTICE

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association

Effective from 29th April, 1963

Ctittent Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows :-


GRADE


Advances


Green Nutmegs


20c. per lb.


Dried Nutmegs

Grinders (Cracked)

Dried Whole Mace

Dried Broken Mace

Dried Mace Pickings


ROBERT S. RENWICK,
Date fixed: 22nd April, 1963. Secretary.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association


NOTICE is given that Area Meetings of the above Association will be held on the following dates
and places for the purpose of discussing the undermentioned Agenda and electing Delegates to
attend the next General Meeting of the Association.


Area Date 1963 Place Time


St. Andrew's 14th May G.C.N.A. Building, Jubilee 4.30 p.m.
Street, Grenville
St. Patrick's 14th May St. Patrick's Anglican School, 5.00 p.m.
Sauteurs
St. David's 15th May St. David's R C. School 5,00 p.m.
St. Mark's 15th May Victoria Anglican School 7.00 p.m.
St. John's 16th May Grand Roy Gov't School 5.00 p.m.
St. George's 16th May Beaulieu R.C. School 6.00 p.m.


Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held
at the Town Hall, St. George's, on Thursday, 30th May, 1963, commencing at 2 p.m.


1. Minutes of the previous General Meeting.
2. Matters arising out of the Minutes.
3. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
4. Financial Statement for half-year ended 31st December, 1962.
5. Election of six (6) Members to serve on Nutmeg Board for ensuing year.
6. General Business.

ROBERT S. RENWICK,
Secretary.
St. George's..
23id April, 1963.

GRENADA.

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


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