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G61ENADA


Government


Gazette


SAINT GEORGE'S SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1969


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


VACATION LEAVE


No. 179.
APPOINTMENTS /ISS NORMA LAKE, Clerical Officer, Registrar
Al General's Office of the Ministry of Health,
No. 177. Housing, Labour and Local Government has been
granted 53 days' vacation leave with effect from
HIS Excellency the Deputy Governor has been 14th July, 1969.
pleased to approve the appointment of Office of the Public Service Commission.
MR. RODGE GAY as a Second Lieutenant in the renada.
Cadet Corps at the Bishop's College at Carriacou Grenada.
with effect from 1st May, 1969. 16th July, 1969.
P.F. 1322
Premier's Office,
St. George's, No. 180.
16th July, 1969. |R. KENNETH B. SHEARS, Headkeeper, National
l, Zoo, has been granted 104 days' vacation
P.D. 298/010. leave with effect from 1st June, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,


No. 178.
T HE Public Service Commission has appointed
MR. MARESSE J. CAESAR as an Assistant
Inspector of Schools, Education Division of the
Ministry of Social Affairs, Culture and Community
Development with effect from 1st May, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
16th July, 1969.
P.F 2617


Grenada,
22nd July, 1969.
P.F. 696.


No. 181.
fRS. SHEILA BUCKMIRE, Librarian, Public
lU_ Library, has been granted 60 days' vacation
leave with effect from 14th July, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada,
21st July, 1969.
P.F. 694.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


GRENADA CIRCUIT:

IN THE WEST INDIES ASSOCIATED
STATES SUPREME COURT
(High Court Division)

Suit No. 125 of 1968
Between:
MARY ELIZABETH SHIRLEY MITCHELL Plaintiff


RAPHAEL CHARLES


Defendant


BY ORDER made the 29th day of January, 1969,
there wil be offered for sale at this office on
Friday 15th day of August, 1969, at 12.00 noon
ALL THAT lot of land situate at Mt. Agnes in
the parish of Saint David in Grenada containing
32 Poles bounded as described in a plan annexed
to an Indenture dated the 4th March, 1964 made
between Celina Joseph of the One Part and
Raphael Charles of the Other Part recorded in
the Deeds and Land Registry of Grenada in
Liber S. 10 at page 121 TOGETHER with the
building thereon.
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 $4,886.91.

E. C. WILKINSON,
Chief Registrar.
Registrar's Office,
Grenada,
18th July, 1969.


NOTICE

UNITED KINGDOM COMMONWEALTH
SCHOLARSHIP 1970


NOTICE TO IMPORTERS


Open Licence for Imports from the Scheduled
Territories

IN exercise of the powers conferred on him by
Section 2 (ii) of the Supplies (Control) Regu-
lations, S.R. & 0. No. 12 of 1959, the Controller
of Supplies hereby gives notice that Import
Licences shall NOT be necessary for import-
at'on into the State of any goods produced wholly
or mainly in the Scheduled Territories, except the
goods enumerated in the Schedule hereunder, for
which import licences are necessary:
2. Provided that any goods imported under this
licence shall be accompanied by a certificate of
origin, and that the Collector of Customs and
Excise is satisfied as to the particulars contained
therein.

Schedule of Goods to be kept on Specific


Rice


Licensing


Sugar
Soaps of all kinds including soap substitutes,
Oils and Fats-all oil bearing materials,
vegetable, animal, marine fats and olis
(edible and inedible) including manu-
factured products of which the principal
component is fat or oil (such as margarine,
lard, lard substitutes, shortening and soap)
but excluding flaxseed and linseed oil, tung
nuts and oil, castor beans and oil, fish
liver oils, perilla seed and oil, oitica oil,
sperm oil, and other waxes.
Arms & Ammunition,
Fireworks & Explosives,
Gold Bullion and fully or semi-manufactured
gold including jewelry.


3. The Scheduled Territories are the fully
APPLICATIONS are invited for Common- self-governing territories of the British Common-
wealth Scholarships tenable in the United wealth, except Canada, any Colony or State
Kingdom from October, 1970. under the dominion of Her Majesty, any territory
Most of these awards are for post-graduate administered by the Government of any port of
study and are available in many fields of study. Her Majesty's Dominions under the trusteeship
A few awards are also available at the under- system on the United Nations, any British pro-
graduate level. tectorate or British protected State; the Republic
Scholarships are open to both men and women of Erie, Iceland and Burma.
who will not have reached their 35th birthday A
by 1st October, 1970, but preference will be i4. Articles passed by the Collector of Customs
given to candidates who are between 22 and 28 as the personal baggage of passengers, profess-
years of age. In exceptional circumstances ional apparatus brought in by passengers for their
applications may be accepted from candidates own use, household effects not exceeding
over 35 years of age. $3,600.00 in value, brought in for personal use
Further information may be obtained from the and not for sale, and which have been in the
Chief Education Officer, Ministry of Social Affairs, possession of the passenger for at least one year,
Culture and Community Development. and personal effects, not being merchandise, of
Application forms are available at the Ministry persons domiciled in the State who have died
of Social Affairs. The completed forms accom- abroad, are not subject to the Schedule above.
panied by the candidates plan of study, the certi- 5. Notwithstanding the fact that rice, soap and
fled record of his Secondary School or University oils and fats are listed in the Schedule as being
Course and the letter of reference from each of prohibited from importation unless a licence be
the three persons named must reach the Chief first obtained, merchants and other importers are
Education Officer on or before 31st August, 1969. permitted to import any of these articles without

Ministry of Social Affairs, an import licence, provided that in the case of:
Grenada, Rice-it shall originate in Guyana, and shall be
July 10th, 1969, put in cartons or packages of not more than 5-lbs.
SA 212/02. net weight each;











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


Soap-it shall originate in the territories of the
West Indies which are signatories to the Oils and
Fats Agreement, or in Guyana;
Oils & Fats-only margarine, lard or lard sub-
stitutes originating in the territories of the West
Indies which are signatories to the Oils and Fats
Agreement, or originating in Guyana may be
imported.
6. This Open Licence cancels and replaces the
Open Licence published in the Government
Gazette of 25th July, 1959, 26th September, 1969
and 24th December, 1959, and comes into
effect from 16th July, 1960.
7. Importers are warned that the publication of
this Open General Licence does not exempt them
from compliance with the laws, regulations or
orders of the State relating to Plant and Animal
Protection, Dangerous Drugs or any other law of
the State whatsoever. Nor is the publication of
this licence to be construed as author sing the
importation of goods, the entry of which is pro-
hibited or restricted by any law, regulations or
order of the State at present in force.
9th July, 1960.

NOTICE TO IMPORTERS

Open General Licence-Japan

N exercise of the powers conferred on him by
Regulation 2 (ii) of the Supplies (Control
Regulations, 1959, S. R. & 0. No. 12 of 1959, the
Controller of Supplies hereby gives nouce thai
Import Licences shall not be necessary for import-
ation into tht State of goods listed in the Schedule
hereunder, provided that such goods:
(a) are produced wholly or mainly in Japan
(b) are consigned from any country or territory
other than: Albania, Bulgarta, China,
Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary
North Vietnam, North Korea, Poland
Roumania and the Union of Sovie
Socialist Republics;
(c) are accompanied by certiticate of origin
and that the Collector of Customs ii
satisfied as to the correctness of the parti
culars contained therein,
(d) are paid for in appropriate manner.

Schedule of Goods NOT Requiring Specifi
Licences

Foods of all kinds except the following:
Rice, sugar and all edible oils and fats (in
cluding manufactured products of whici
the principal component is edible oil o
fat).
Live Poultry.
Refrigerators and other household electric
appliances,
Sewing machines (electric and manual),
Cameras and other optical precision instru
ments,
Motor vehicles,
Wireless receiving sets.
2. This Open General Licence on Japan come
into force on 16th July, 1960 and replaces th


Open General Licence published in the Govern-
ment Gazette on 19th March, 1960.
3. Importers are warned that the publication of
this Open General Licence does not exempt them
from compliance with the laws, regulations or
orders of the State relating to Plant and Animal
Protection, Dangerous Drugs or any other law of
the State whatsoever. The publication of this
licence is not to be construed as authorising the
irr.portaion of goods, the entry of which is pro-
hibited or restricted by any laws, regulations or
orders at present in force.

6th July, 1960.




NOTICE TO IMPORTERS

S'rHE following are Negative Lists A. and B.,
indicating the commodities for which Specific
Licences must be obtained before these items may
be imported.

NEGATIVE LIST "A"

1. Arms and ammunition.
2. Bread and Cakes.
3. Corn (All kinds).
4. Fireworks and Explosives.
) 5. Gold Bullion and all other Gold.
6. Oils and Fats: all vegetable, animal, marine
t fats and oils, edible or inedible, including
manufactured products derived from oils
and fats, such as margarine, lard substitutes
and soap.
7. Ice Cream.
; 8. Meats (All kinds).
9. Rice.
10. Sugar.
11. Soaps of all kinds including soap substi-
tutes.
t 12 All goods originating in the Communist
Countries.

NEGATIVE LIST--"B"

(CARIFTA Agricultural List)

1. Carrots.
2. Peanuts. groundnutss)
c 3. Tomatoes.
4. Red Kidney Beans.
5. Black Pepper.
6. Sweet Pepper.
7. Garlic.
h 8. Onions.
r 9. Potatoes (not sweet).
10. Potatoes (sweet).
11. String Beans.
12. Cinnamon.
13. Cloves.
14. Cabbage.
15. Plaintains.
16. Pork and Pork Products.
17. Poultry Meat.
18. Eggs.
19. Okra.
20. Fresh Oranges.
s 21. Pineapples.
e 22. Pigeon Peas.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


NOTICE TO IMPORTERS

OPEN GENERAL LICENCE


N exercise of the powers conferred on him by
Regulation 2 (ii) of the Supplies (Control)
Regulations, 1959, S.R. & 0. No. 12 of 1959, the
Controller of Supplies hereby gives notice that
Import Licences shall not be necessary for import-
ation into the State of any goods, provided that
such goods :
(a) are produced wholly or mainly in any country
or territory other than Albania, Bulgaria,
China, Czechoslovakia, East Germany,
Hungary, Japan, North Vietnam, North
Korea, Poland, Roumania and the Union
of Soviet Socialist Republics;
(b) are consigned from any country or territory
other than those listed at (a) above ;
(c) are accompanied by a certificate of origin,
and that the Collector of Customs and
Excise is satisfied as to the correctness of
the particulars contained therein ;
(d) are paid for in an appropriate manner ;
(e) are not listed hereunder in the Schedule of
Goods to be kept on Specific Licensing:

2. Provided further that no person shall be
allowed to import any goods originating in the
United Kingdom and Scheduled Territories except
in accordance with the terms of the Open Licence
for imports from the Scheduled Territories.

Schedule of Goods to be kept on Specific Licensing

Rice.
Sugar.
Soaps of all kinds including soap sub-
stitutes ;
Oils and Fats-all oil bearing materials,
vegetable animal, marine fats and oils
(edible and inedible) including manu-
factured products of which the principal
component is fat or oil (such as mar-
garine, lard, lard substitutes, shortening
and soap) but excluding flaxseed and
linseed oil, tung nuts and oil, castor
beans and oil, fish liver oils, perilla seed
and oil, oitica oil, sperm oil, and other
waxes.
Arms and Ammunition,
Fireworks and Explosives,
Gold Bullion and fully or semi-manu-
factured gold including jewelry.

3. Articles passed by the Collector of Customs
as the personal baggage of passengers, professional
apparatus brought in by passengers for their own
use, household effects not exceeding $3,600.00 in
value, brought in for professional use and not for
sale, and which have been in the possession of the
passenger for one year, and personal effects, not
being merchandise, of persons domiciled in the
State who have died abroad, are not subject to
the Schedule above.

4. This Open General Licence cancels and
replaces the Open General Licences published in


the Government Gazette of 25th July, 1959 and
9th January, 1960. This Open General Licence
comes into effect from 16th July, 1960.
5. Importers are warned that the publication of
this Open General Licence does not exempt them
from compliance with the laws, regulations or
orders of the State relating to Plant and Animal
Protection, Dangerous Drugs or any other law of
the State whatsoever. Nor is the publication of
this licence to be construed as authorising the
importation of goods, the entry of which is pro-
hibited or restricted by any law, regulation or order
of the State at present in force.

11th July, 1960.




POST OFFICE NOTICE

rp HE Cricket Issue of Stamps will be put on sale
i at the Grenada Post Office on the 1st August,
1969- 75c. per set. Values are 3c, 10, 25, and
35c.

L. E. A. FLETCHER
Postmaster General.

General Post Office,
St. George's,
16th July, 1969.



NOTICE

Vacant Post of Planning Inspector, Grenada


A PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
S Planning Inspector, office of the Premier,
Grenada, West Indies.

Qualifications: Applicants should hold the
G.C.E. O'Level certificate in at least three (3) sub-
jects and/or other qualifications relevant to the
Building Industry. The Higher National Certi-
ficate in Building will be an advantage.

Experience: Applicants should have at least
five (5) years experience in Building and Allied
Planning work in Public Works or other con-
structural organisation.

Details of Post: The post is temporary.

Salary: Salary is at the rate of $2,400 x 120-
$2.880/$3,048 x 144--$3,624 x 180-$3,984 per
annum.

Applications should be forwarder to the Secret-
ary, Public Service Commission, Grenada, West
Indies and should reach him not later than 31st
July, 1969.

Premier's Office,
Grenada,
15th July, 1969.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


NOTICE

COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN REGIONAL
SECRETARIAT

VACANCY FOR SENIOR SECRETARY


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably quali-
fied persons for appointment to the post of
Senior Secretary in the Commonwealth Caribbean
Regional Secretariat, Georgetown, Guyana.

Duties :

The person appointed to this post will be required
to perform the following duties :-
(a) to supervise the day to day operations of the
Registry ;
(b) to supervise the day to day operations of the
Stenographers and Typists ;
(c) to organise and supervise all secretarial
arrangements for regional conferences and
meetings held at the Caribbean Regional
Secretariat ;
(d) such other duties as may be required from
time to time by the Secretary-General or
other duly authorised officer.

Qualifications :

(i) The General Certificate of Education at
Ordinary Level (or equivalent quali-
fication) with passes in at least five sub-
jects of which one must be ENGLISH
LANGUAGE.
(ii) A high sense of responsibility, good
judgment and initiative ;
(iii) A high degree of proficiency in shorthand
and typewriting.
(iv) Experience in serving Conferences plus
some administrative ability.

Salary :

Salary is on the scale $5,400 x $180 $6,120 per
annum. In addition to salary a house allowance
at the rate of $1,800 per annum will be paid when
the candidate reaches the point $5,760 per annum
in the scale. Starting point in the scale will be
according to merit and experience.

2. Information and Conditions applicable to the post

(i) It is proposed that in due course a scheme
of Superannuation benefits should be
initiated for Members of the staff of the
Secretariat. In the meantime it is pro-
posed that persons should be appointed
to the Secretariat on contract or on
secondment from Governments of Mem-
ber Territories. Serving officers should
apply through their respective Govern-
ments.
(ii) Appointments will be on probation for a
minimum period of one year, and con-


firmation in the appointment will be
subject to satisfactory work and conduct
during the probationary period.
(iii) Appointments will be subject to physical
fitness and to any rules, regulations, orders
or instructions which may from time to
time be instituted in respect of service
with the Commonwealth Caribbean
Regional Secretariat.
(iv) Secretariat staff will not be required to
pay income tax to the Government of
Guyana. They will, however, be required
to make payments month'y to a Staff
Assessment Scheme. This assessment
will be computed on the basis of gross
salary, excluding allowances.
(v) Other general conditions of appointment
such as leave have not yet been settled.
It is, however, proposed that such con-
ditions should, generally, be on similar
lines to those adopted by Governments
of Member Territories.
3. Applications should be accompanied by a
curriculum vitae and should give the names of two
persons to whom reference may be made, if
necessary, and should reach the Secretary-General,
Commonwealth Caribbean Regional Secretariat,
Third Floor, Bank of Guyana Building, George-
town, Guyana, not later than 15th August, 1969.


ANNOUNCEMENT

Ministry of Agriculture Lands & Fisheries,
Agronomy Division



Distribution of Rooted Cutting of Selected
Strains of Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1970



I)ERSONS desirous of obtaining planting mat-
erial from the Cocoa Stations for planting in
1970 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 Chief Technical Officer (Agro-
nomy), Mt. Home Cocoa Station, St. Andrew's to
reach him not later than 31st October, 1969.
(3) Applications received after the 31st October
1969 will neither be acknowledged nor considered.
(4) Application forms are available at the De-
partment of Agriculture, all Agricultural and
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) Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered at a
cost of 5c. 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 conveying the plants.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


(6) The conditions under which planting mat-
erial will be issued are as follows :-

(i) The area selected by the applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as
soon as possible after the receipt of the
application, for the purpose of deter-
mining the suitability of the site in regard
to altitude, soil type, wind protection and
other ecological and environmental con-
ditions. The applicant will then be noti-
fied 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 autho-
rised officer will inform the applicant
what minimum action is required of him
by the Department of Agriculture, in
regard to the provision of ground shade,
windbreaks, soil conservation measures,
soil preparation etc. The Agricultural
Department will render all assistance,
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 be re-inspected by
an authorised Officer immediately before the pro-
posed date of delivery of the plants for the purpose
of ascertaining whether all conditions have been
satisfactorily fulfilled, and whether the area is in a
suitable state of preparation for planting.

(v) Authorised Officers of the Department of
Agriculture, will make periodic inspections
of the planted areas as often as may be
considered necessary, for the purpose of
observing field conditions, the develop-
ment of the young plants and advising
the growers on the care and management
of the young plants.


(7) Applications are advised to take advantage
of the experience already gained in replanting
methods at the Cocoa Stations and other plots,
where replantings 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 available.

A small token charge is imposed for citrus,
mango, avocado and other economic plants. This
charge bears no relation to the actual cost of
production and is imposed with a view to stimulate
farmers to take more care of these plants than in
the past, thus exploiting their full potential.

A. M. CRUICKSHANK,
for Chairman
Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.


NOTICE

LL Cocoa Producers, Buying (wet cocoa)
Agents and Buying (cured cocoa) Agents
should note prevailing prices for cocoa, effective
as from 21st December, 1968, until further notice
are: -
Local Purchases


(a) Wet
(b) Grade II
(c) Grade I


... 14 cents
38 cents
39 cents


per lb.
per lb.
per lb.


Remuneration to Buying (wet cocoa) Agents
as from 1st November, 1968, and until further
notice:
3 cents per lb. for Grade II Cocoa delivered
4 cents per lb. for Grade I Cocoa delivered

L. D. G. CROMWELL.
Secretary.
Grenada Cocoa Industry Board.
Grenada Cocoa Association.
Young Street,
St. George's,
20th December, 1968.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44) 299

NOTICE

N 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 entered and cleared, will be offered for sale by Public Auction at the Queen's
Warehouse on Thursday, 31st July, 1969.
The sale commences at 10.00 a.m.
A.D. MITCHELL
Comptroller of Customs.


Date
of
Receival


24/2/68


15/3/68


9/5/68


31/5/68


14/6/68


10/7/68


12/7/68


Rot 14 16


Rot 17


Rot 66 18

do 19


Importing Vessel
and Date of Marks and
Report Numbers


Olauge Ege
24/2/68

Suncliff
2/3/68

Geesthaven
28/4/68

Geestport
21/5/68

Novelist
31/5/68

Crusader
30/6/68

Geestcape
2/7/68

Geestport

15/7/68

do

Edda Cords
5/8/68

Geestbay
7/8/68

do


do

Geestbay
19/2/68
Uranus
9/5/68


Atlantic
Clipper
9/5/68

Geestbay
13/5/68

Fed. Palm
26/5/68

do


I.A. GDA


FI


L.S.
Herrera

1-2


PETE


GSF


W.E.J.


Bain GDA
20625/10

I.W. 632


JBH FF


L.A.P.

Target
1-9

River
Bend

EG 5722

J.B. & H.
2410



0. Regun


H.B.J.


J.J.V.

M.T.


Packages

No. and
Kind Contents


1 c/s


9 drums


10 T/chest


2 c/s


25 ctns.


1 c/s


2 c/s


Rot 65


Rot 5


Rot 70


Rot 55


Rot 81


Rot 76


Rot



Rot 31

Rot 31


Rot


Rot 11

Rot 11


Rot 11


Rot 54

Rot


Furniture


Flavouring


Lotion & Shampoo


Welding Material


Herring in
T/Sauce, etc.

Iron Valves


Advt. Material



Batteries

Cotton goods


Starch


Soap


Soap


Millar P. Milk


Tyres


Advt. Matter


Cotton piece goods


Biscuits


Luncheon Meat

Salami


Consignees


Federal Invest.


Herrera Store


G.S.F.


W. E. Julien



Bain Grenada


Jonas B. & H.


L. A. Purcell


Target Inter.


River Bend


Glean Garage


Jonas B. & H.


To order


J. J. Ventour

Morgan Thomas


1 ctn.

1 bale


I ctn.


25 ctns.


24 ctns.


10 ctns.

1 bdl.


1 c/s



2 ctns.


5 c/s


1 ctn.

1 ctn.


26/7/68

26/7/68


18/8/68


20/8/68

20/8/68


20/8/68


30/2/68

26/3/68


19/5/67


23/5/68


5/6/68

5/6/68












300 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


6--2
Date z d 61 Importing Vessel
of .Z L and Date of Marks and No
Reccival C Report Numbers K

Geesthaven
7/6/68 Rot 20 27/5/68 G.B. 2 c/

SPhilosopnher


25/10/68 Rot 36


21/6/68

21/6/68

21/6/68

21/6/68

21/6/68


3/7/68



12/9/68

12/9/68

12/9/68


12/9/68



21/9/68


22/9/68


Rot 24

do

do

do

do


Rot 64



Rot

Rot

Rot


Rot



Rot


Rot 26


Packag

. and
ind


's


16/6/68

do

do

do

do

Geesthaven
24/6/68

Christina
Vinn.
31/8/68

do

do


do

Dora
Olendorf
10/9/68

Atlantic Comet
11/10/68


Geesthaven
14/10/68

Brunsberg
4/11/68

do

Geestcape
18/11/68


Diplomat
5/12/68


A/Trader
13/12/68


Geestport
10/9/68

Viajero
15/9/68

Geesthaven
16/9/68

Geestbay
30/9/68


JM Ltd.

JBH FF

G.P.H.

G.F.H.

JB &H


S.A.B.
1-5


J.C.W.L.

Pete

T. 1-5
1-28

JL 3124



103761


C. Peter
4204/1-4


JCL


GSWS

JCWL


1838
ADD


TG 5
8250/1-6


Unity
1-5


G.S.F.


J.M.


S.T.


H. McL


1 ctn.

3 ctns.

1 ctn.

1 ctn.

1 ctn.



5 c/s


38 ctns.

50 ctns.


25 ctns.

28 Bdls.



2 ctns.



4 ctns.


24 ctns.


30 ctns.

50 ctns.



1



6 ctns.



5 ctns.


I bag


1 ctn.


1 c/s


30 ctns.


es

Contents



Gran Deal
Rinehfix

Powdered Milk

Sugar

Bulbs

Bulbs

Cat food



Dry Batteries


Corned Beef

do


do

Paper



Pharmaceutical



Piece goods


Nuts


Biscuits

Bess soap



Electric Motor



Holloware



Exterminator paste


Iron chain


Gas Onen


Batteries Advt.
Mat.


Consignees




Order












Order


J.C.W. Lewis

Star Agency


do

Order



B. N. Davis



Cisley Peters


Order


G. S. W. Smith

J. C. W. Lewis



Grenada Breweries



Order



Ideal Drug Store


G.S.F.


James Milne



S. Thomas

H. M. McLaren


Soap


15/11/68

15/11/68


29/11/68



15/12/68



23/12/68



20/9/68


25/9/68


27/9/68


10/10/68


Rot 11

Rot 11


Rot 58



Rot



Rot 26



Rot 20


Rot


Rot 37


Rot 69












GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


.0
Date 0
of -oZ
Receival e g



31/5/68 Rot 54


16/10/68


15/11/68


5/12/68


11/12/68


17/12/68



28/12/68


10/1/69



26/1/69


17/1/69


9/2/69


22/2/69


22/2/69
22/2/69



23/2/69


27/2/69



27/2/69


2/3/69


2/3/69


27/3/69



24/3/69


Rot


Rot


Rot 12


Rot 75


Rot 90



Rot 17


Rot 41



Rot 49


Rot 18


Rot 105


Rot 149'


Rot 149
Rot 149



Rot 154


Rot 182;



Rot 182!


Rot 1501


Rot 150


Rot 404



Rot 398


Importing Vessel
and Date of
Report


Marks and
Numbers


Discoverer
21/5/68


Fed. Maple
6/10/68

Geestport
5/11/68

Geestbay
25/11/68

A. Clipper
30/11/o8

Alsterufer
16/12/68


Brunstal
17/12/68

Geestport
30/12/68


Journalist
17/1/69

Geesthaven
7/1/69

Philosopher
30/1/69

Geestcape
10/2/69


do
do


Sea Challange
12/2/69

Fed. Palm
15/2/69


Federal Palm
15/2/69

Theron
19/2/69


do

Geestbay
18/3/69


Iris
13/3/69


Packages

No. and
Kind


2 ctns.

17 ctns.


I c/s


10 ctns.


I crate



1 ctn.


9 ctns.


I crate


06343 &
Hselo
06342

I.W.


H.F.H.


AL


H.M.B.


T.W.S.
6740


884/592


C.S.C.



ADD


G.F.A. 1


T. GDA


G.N.R.
sucti

AI 564
A.S. IDS
0793/1


I.F. Co.


Rebecca
John





B.S. 1-10


G.B.


RNRS
1-5


CPC
3/1/39


Contents


Unknown

Oil Stoves


Furniture


Milk Powder


Hams



Leather


Stationery


Stainless Steel
Sinks


Tools & access-
ories

Wooden Plaque,
etc.

Hairdressers Sun



Shirts

Cotton Sheeting

Harmless Med.


Empty bags



Per. Effects


Per. Effects


Candles


Printed Zina



Batteries



Printed paper


Consignees


Order

Ivan Wood


H. F. H.


A. Lennard


H. M. Bhola






Granbys







Maithland Garage


Order

do



Order



Ideal Drug Store


Island Fruit Co.



Rebecca John


T. C. Hillaire





Granby Stores



Rockys S. Market



Order


--------------


~------ - ~---------- --


1 c/s


1 c/s


3 c/s



1 bail

1 bale

1 c/s


8 Bdls.



I ctn.





10 ctns.


7 ctns.



5 ctns.



9 bales


301,











302 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


Date
of
Receival



29/1/69



24/3/69


24/3/69



7/2/69

7/2/69



22/2/69


26/1/69


22/2/69


23/10/68


28/3/69



12/7/69



15/3/69



27/3/69


21/11/68


14/12/67

1/12/67


19/10/67


15/7/65


16/10/68


11/12/68


0
Z o
rZ~
z.o
0 g


Rot 62



Rot 389


Rot 389



Rot 97

Rot 97



Rot 150


Rot 40


Rot 150


Rot


Rot



Rot



Rot 232



Rot 404


Rot


Rot 7

Rot


Rot 21


Rot


Rot


Rot 90


4/10/67 I Rot 59


61 6 Importing Vessel
i- Z and Date of Marks and
Report Numbers


Geestbay
02/1769


Iris
13/3/69


do

Booker
Trident
26/1/69

do


Sundale
11/2/69

Memnon
13/1/69

Sundale
11/2/69

A/Clipper
12/10/68

A/Forwarder
17/3/69


Geestcape
2/7/68


Iris
4/3/69


Geestbay
18/3769

Linguist
11/11/68

Geestport
3/12/67
Sundale
18/11/67

Geestport
8/10/67

Crofter
26/6/65

Fed. Maple
6/10/68

At/Clipper
30/11/68


Federal Palm
23/9/67


ADD
1-2


J. B. & H.


City Ph.
FS-2-065


BSC

24-G
BSC


ADD


G.S.


ADD


C.S. 1-7


Grenada
Martini.


JBA Hale
169.


CP Ltd.
1-4


ET


PATIE


LDMN 3

ESL

GSS
27/1-2


I.W.


RS/WTK
4458

Tropical
Inn


I. Wood


Packages

No. and
Kind


2 T/chest


1 c/s



5 ctns.


1 ctn.


1 ctn.


1 pile


10 ctns.


3 Rolls


7 ctns.



4 Pkgs.



1 ctn.



4 c/s


1 ctn.


I c/s


1 T/chest

5 ctns.


1 Drum


1 c/s



1 Pkg.


10 ctns.


1 c/s


Contents


Fans


Johnny Walker
Stat.


Toilet Preps. etc.


Shoes


Footwear


Stationery


Footwear


Cotton Duct


C.P. goods



Laundry Equip.



Plastic Utensils



Plaster





Sheeting


Lamps & Parts

V. 8 Juice


Iron flanges


Advt. Matter



Paper stand


Water Heater parts


Merchandise


Ivan Wood


Consignees




Yacht Finchman



Order


Order


Bata Shoe Co.


do


J. B. & Hubbard


Order


W. E. Julein






Gda. Martinizing



J. B. Hale



City Pharmacy





The Patio Club


To order

J. Belt


Everybody's Store


Ivan Wood



Keens Douglas


Tropical Inn











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


6 [0 Pack,
(2 6 Importing Vessel
Z Z and Date of Marks and No. and
Report Numbers Kind

Veras
Rot 68 85 22/11/68 346 Hale 1 ctn.


15/10/68 Rot 8


(eestcape
12/2/67

Yacht/Edge-
wood
9/1/68

A/Sun
5/10/68


Sea View
89 6/4/68

Discoverer
90 21/5/68


Ripon M.
91 21/6/68

Crispin Wayne
92 29/6/68

93 do

Crusader
94 30/6/68


Edda Cords
95 5/8/68

Geestbay
96 2/9/68

Valiente
97 11/10/68

Crispin Wayne
99 9/11/68


Geestcape
98 21/10/68


Linguist
100 11/11/68

Kreon
101 11/11/68

Crispin Wayne
102 14/12/68


103 do

104 do


Date
of
Receival


3/12/68


3/3/67


1 c/s


Rot 29


J.H.E.



Yacht
E/wood

L.L.L.
Coolidge
Antigua



SHELL


2899
RITZ


SHELL

AZIZ
AHAMED

do


GFH
Agency


Nyack


14 L.F.


Combined.


LC.E.
G'da.


E.H.
Palmer


T.S.L.


V.I.C.


Brath-
waite

do

do


Steel Beams


Consignees



Everybody's


Order


1



1 Drum

YARD

50



1 ctn.


I ctn.


1

1 Box



1 c/s


1 can


5 Barrels


1 Bar



1 Drum



1 Drum


1 c/s


4



1 Bdl.

3 c/s

12


a


303


ges

Contents



Contents unknown


Advt. Material




Motor car



Merchandise



Empty Colas
Drums


No. 4 unknown


Lubricating Oil


Steel Beam

Bolts & Nuts



Unknown


Insecticide


Pickled meat


do



Flavouring
Extract


Unknown


No. 208/1 unknown


Lift Steel Rods



Plastic Sheets

Building Equipt.

Loose Steel Beams


2 Bdls.












04 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)


.0
Z a
r4 q.
Cg


Sd Importing Vessel
Z and Date of
Report


Date
of
Receival


15/10/68






















18/4/68



20/5/68

16/12/68

17/12/68

19/12/68

19/12/68

19/12/68

24/12/68

25/12/68

28/12/68

31/12/68

12/1/69

15/1/69

15/1/69

17/1/69


22/1/69

25/1/69

26/1/69

29/1/69

30/1/69


0
0


Packages

Marks and No. and Contents Consignees
Numbers Kind


B/Bank
WEJ 1 Crate Wire Mesh


W.B.H.


J.B.H.


P. Fabian


ESSL or
GSSL
St. Vin.


G/Anse
B/Hotel

WEJ



ADD


Rot 8 106


107


108


109


110




111


112


26-2-
65.920


217111

061/545 3664

106/071 5582

026/358 3437

014/785 7776

014/0060223

106/071 2974

106/370 0087

014/656 5624

015/804 7045

015/007 5870

026/384 5385

106/000 5709

106/0004204


026/342 5583

106/071 639

106/000 4088

061/620 9631

006/081 794


Georgia
26/12/68


Journalist
17/1/69

Fed. Maple
1/2/69

Rhoda L.
25/1/69

Dominic
14/12/68



Fed. Maple
23/3/68


Unknown

Caribair

18/4/68

L.I.A.T.
20/5/68

16/12/68

17/12/68

19/12/68

19/12/68

19/12/68

24/12/68

25/12/68

28/12/68

31/12/68

12/1/69

15/1/69

15/1/69

17/1/69


22/1/69

25/1/69

26/1/69

29/1/69

30/1/69


2 c/s


2 Drums


8




3 Drums



4 c/s

1 Drum



I pkg.


1 ctn.

1 pkg.

5 pkgs.

12 pkgs.

16 pkgs.

2 pkgs.

1 pkg.

I pkg.

1 pkg

1 pkg.

2 pkgs.

1 ctn.

1 pkg.

1 pkg.


1 pkg.

1 ctn.

1 pkg.

I pkg.

1 pkg.


No. 1335. 1336


Thinners


Fibre Glass Boats




Thinners



Bolts & Nuts

Thinners



Time magazine


Car parts

Skying document

Ladies Hats

Hats

Floor tiles

Unknown

Printed matter

Decorations

Calenders

G.M.V.

Catalogues

Personal effects

Man. of Wood

Tractor parts


Parts

Printed matter

Motor

Footwear

Paper labels


Granby Stores


G'da Beach Hotel

Yacht Centurion

I Wood

I. Wood (Barclays)

General Traders

G. Thompson

Thomas Duncan

Granby Stores

Central Stores

E. Christopher

Maria Scott

Judith Mends

Bata

Jonas Browne &
Hubbard

Mobike Co. ]g

G. Marecheauj

G'da. Cleaners

Bata

Bata











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 26, 1969.-(No. 44)

.0 Packages
Date Z d 6 Importing Vessel
of 16-oZ Z and Date of Mai aL, a ..o. and Contents
Receival Bg Report Numbers Kind

6/2/69 061/644 9974 6/2/69 ADD 1 pkg. Decals W.

5/3/69 106/001 8097 5/3/69 1,, ctn. Fitting Lev


2 pkgs.

,, 1 ctln.

1 ctn.

,, 1 ctn.

,, 3 pkgs.

1 ctn.

,, 18 pkgs.

,, pkg.

I 1 pkg.

I pkg.


Celvapoid

Aircraft parts

Liquid pump parts

Samples

Parts

Unknown

Printed matter

Piece goods

Lingerie

Auto pilot parts


Ho

F. I

Han

G.I

Cen

R. )

I. V

J. B

W.]

Cha

N.(


305


Consignees


E. Julien

era Beach
itel

. Cowing

Keys Ltd.

F. Huggins

tral Sales

Enghoem

Stood (C.I.B.C.)

. & Hubbard

E. Julien

ries of G'da.

C. Nicholls


NOTICE

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG AS3OCiATION



Effective as from Saturday 1st February, 1969

Current advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-

GRADE ADVANCES


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

Grinders (Cracked)

No. 1. Mace

No. 2. Mace

Mace Pickings


per lb.


Date Fixed: 29th January 1969.


ROBERT S. RENWICK,
Secretary,


GRENADA.

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT TH2 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OPPICE,
ST GEORGE'S,
1969.


061/607

106/002

106/069

106/070

026/384

01809

106/001

106/002

106-1360

106/001


7/2/69



8/3/69

11/3/69

12/3/69



13/3/69

15/3/69


7/3/69



8/3/69

11/3/69

12/3/69



13/3/69

15/3/69


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