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GRENADA


Government


Gazette


uHbished rbg ^uthrit

VOL. 90.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1972 [No. 47

GRENADA:
By Her Excellency DAME HILD A BYNOE, Dame Commander of the Most Excellent
Order of the British Empire, Governor of the Associated State of Grenada.
To: ALBAN DELAMUS WOLSEY JOHNSON, Esquire.
BY virtue of the authority vested in me under paragraph (b) of Subsection (1) of Section 91 of the
Constitution of Grenada contained in Schedule 2 to the Grenada Constitution Order 1967, and
acting in accordance with the advice of the Honourable Premier, I Do HEREBY APPOINT YOU,
ALBAN DELAMUS WOLSEY JOHNSON, to be a member of the Public Service Board of Appeal for
Grenada.
Dated this 21st day of July, 1972.


HILDA BYNOE
Governor.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES
APPOINTMENT
No. 97.
T is hereby notified for general information that
MR. JACOB SCHELTUS has been appointed
Honorary Consul for the Netherlands with head-
quarters at St. George's, Grenada, in succession
to MR. P. W. JANSSEN.
MR. SCHELTUS has been granted provisional
recognition pending issue of the Queen's
Exequatur
Premier's Office,
20th July, 1972.
PD. 197/08.


ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 98.
4l ISS R. MARK, Stenographer, Court of Appeal,
_l has been appointed to act as Secretary to
the Chief Justice and Secretary to the Judicial
and Legal Services Commission with effect from
13th July, 1972 during the absence on sick leave
of Miss P. ALEXANDER or until further notice.

Office of the Judicial and Legal
Services Commission,
Grenada.
22nd July, 1972.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1972-(No. 47)


TRANSFER

No. 99.
f HE Public Service Commission has approved
I the transfer of MRS. SYLVIA ORGIAS, Class I
Clerk, Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry,
to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecu-
tions in a similar capacity with effect from
24th July, 1972.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
St. George's.
21st July, 1972.
P.F. 1176.

RESIGNATION
No. 100.
T HE general public is hereby notified that
MR. DUNSTAN MAURICE BYRON CROMWELL,
M.B.E., has tendered his resignation to Her
Excellency the Governor as a Justice of the Peace
in the State of Grenada.
Mr. CROMWELL'S resignation has been accepted.

Premier's Office,
St. George's'.
PD. 253/01.

Management Committee Grenada Banana
Co-operative Society
No. 101.
IN accordance with the provision of Section 6
of the Banana Ordinance (Cap. 55) as
amended, the undermentioned persons have been
elected to serve on the Committee of Manage-
ment of the Grenada Banana Co-operative Society
for the ensuring period of twelve months ending
30th April, 1973:-
Mr. F. J. Archibald
Mr. Lionel Alexis
Mr. Festus Mason
Mrs. Thelma Chasteau
Mr. Clarence Ferguson
Mr. W. Eric Coplahd.
The Government in Council has nominated the
undermentioned persons under the provisions of
the Ordinance to be members of the Committee
for the same period: -
Mr. George Rhoden
Mr. Bertrand Pitt
Mr. Tom Forrester.

The Farmers Club Council will be represented
by: -
Mr. Zephrine Noel
Mr. Abraham Cape.

Premier's Office,
2nd May, 1972.
LA 180/06.

No. 102.
T HE following document is circulated with and
T forms part of this Gazette:-
S. R. & 0. No. 9 of 1972:--The Stamp
(Amendment) Regulations, 1972.
29th July, 1972.


NOTICE

'Details regarding the vacant post of Assistant
Information Officer, Public Relations Office,
Barbados

A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
abovementioned post.
Qualifications:
Applicants should possess at least three sub-
jects, including English Language at Ordinary
Level of the General Certificate of Education or
its equivalent and experience in Radio, Jour-
nalism, Printing. Television, Commercial Art or
Visual Aids or any combination of the above.
Duties:
To assist Information Officers in any matters
assigned to them and particularly those associated
with press, publications, radio, television, film
production and operation of the Mobile Cinema.
Duties will be divided into the following
categories:
(a) Press and Publications;
(b) Radio and TV;
(c) Film Production and Mobile Cinema.
but officers may be called on to work in any
medium.
Appointment:
The appointment is on a permanent and pen-
sionable basis, subject to medical fitness and two,
years' probation. Under the Widows and Child-
ren Pensions Act, salary is subject to a deduction,
of 2% per annum.
Salary:
The salary of the post is in the scale $6,000 x
240-7,200.
The point of entry in the scale wiE depend on
qualifications and experience.
Quarters:
Quarters are not provided.
Leave:
Vacation Leave:
(a) Officers in receipt of salaries of
$7,200 ped annum and over-42 days
a year: at least 14 days must be
taken annually or lost. 6 of the
14 days compulsory leave must be
taken as the officer desires.
(b) Officers in receipt of salaries less than
$7,200 per annum-30 days a year of
which 14 must be taken annually or
lost.
Sick Leave:
21 days sick leave a year.
Applications on appropriate forms S. C. 35
(to be used by officers employed in the public
Service of Barbados) and S.-C. 21 (in the case of
other applicants) should be submitted to the
Chief Personnel Officer, Services Commissions
Department, "Flodden", Culloden Road, St.
Michae?', -t later than 12th August, 1972.
The advertisement of this post is scheduled to
appear in the Advocate-News on 17th June 1972
and 15th July, 1972.

Services Commissions Department,
1st June, 1972.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1972-(No. 47)


NOTICE


NOTICE


Vacant post of Engineer
Seawell Airport Development Project, Barbados

A PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
A1 qualified persons for appointment to the
above post which is temporary.

Qualifications:
A degree in Engineering from a recognized
University plus four (4) years minimum approved
experience or Membership of either the Institute
of Structural or Civil Engineers (M.I. Struct. E
or M.I.C.E.) or membership of other recognized
professional Body.
Automatic advancement beyond the Qualifica-
tion Bar permitted on the possession of the
Membership of any of the above bodies.

Salary:
The salary of the post is in the scale $6,480 x
240-7200 (Q.B) 7500 x 300-8400 x 360-
9840 x 480-10800.

Duties:
To assume responsibility for the supervision
and construction of Civil and Structural Engineer-
ing works carried out at Seawell International
Airport, including the upkeep of existing facilities.

Appointment:
The appointment will be on agreement for a
period of two (2) years. If the ohicer is a contri-
butor to an approved Superannuation Scheme,
the employer's stare will be paid by this Govern-
ment. A gratuity of 20% of basic salary is
payable on the satisfactory completion of agree-
ment or annually at the option of the officer.
Application forms S. C. 35 (to be used by
persons employed in the Public Service of
Barbados) and S. C. 21 (in the case of other
applicants) and full details of the post may be
obtained from THE CHIEF PERSONNEL
OFFICER, PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION;
ST. GEORGE'S.
Applications on appropriate forms should
reach the Chief Personnel Officer, Services Com-
mission Department, "Flodden" Culloden Road,
St. Michael, not later than 30th September, 1972.
Service Commissions Department,
22nd June, 1972.


NOTICE

T HE public is hereby reminded that the last day
for payment of Income Tax is Monday
31st July, 1972.
If any tax remains unpaid after that date, a
sum equal to twelve and one half per centum of
the full amount of tax payable shall be added
thereto plus an additional sum equal to one per
centum of the amount aforesaid for each month
or part thereof that the tax remains unpaid.

A. W. DEBELLOTTE
Comptroller, Inland Revenue.


Grenada Technical and Vocational Institute
Announcement of Courses

THE Grenada Technical and Vocational Insti-
tute, a new government training institution
sited at Tanteen, announces its provisional
programmes proposed for the school year to
commence in September, 1972.
1. Full-Time Day Programmes.
2. 1-Day Per Week Release Programmes.
3. Part-Time Evening Programmes.

Provisional Courses and Minimum Requiremnts:

1. Two-Year Technician Courses:
Two (2) G.C.E. '0' level passes (English
Language plus Mathematics or a Science
Subject).
2. (a) Two-Year Diploma Craft or Trade
Courses:
(b) 1-Day per week Release Courses:
School Leaving Certificate or if aged
18 or over, recommendation of present
or intended employer plus achieve-
ment test.
3. Foreman and Supervisors Courses:
Recommendation of employer and evidence
of applicants position or attainment.
4. Evening Courses:
Requirements subject to enrollment de-
mands.

Courses:
The following technical subjects will be offered,
subject to enrollment demands and the avail-
ability of an instructor:-
Automotive Repairs and Maintenance
Machine Shop Practice
Welding-Fitting
Electrical Installation and Maintenance
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Carpentry and Joinery
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Trowel Trades
Ceramics.

1-Day Release Programmes:
Employers who might be interested in having
their employees trained or further trained on a
1-day a week release basis, should contact the
Principal-Designate, Grenada Technical and
Vocational Institute, Tanteen.


Fees:


$10.00 per term.


Enquiries:
Enquiries on the above programmes and
courses may be directed to the Chief Education
Onicer or the Principal-Designate.

Ministry of Education and Culture,
St. George's.
24th May, 1972.











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1972-(No. 47)


NOTICE
Post of Veterinary Officer, Grenada

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the
post of Veterinary Officer ia tie Ministry of
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Grenada.
Applicant should be in possession of a pro-
fessional qualification in Veterinary Medicine
from a recognized Institution of Higher Learning.

Salary:
The salary attached to the post is in the scale
$8,388 x 240-$9,348 x 300-$10,248 (E. C. C.)
per annum.
A suitable travelling allowance is also payable.

Duties:
The duties of the post include responsibility
for all investigational and developmental work
in the field of Animal Husbandry in the State,
and particularly for maintaining an efficient
Veterinary Service to farmers; disease prevention,
and control of importation and exportation of
livestock and livestock products.

Appointment:
The appointment, which is subject to medical
fitness, may be either on a permanent and pen-
sionable basis or on contract for a period to be
mutully agreed upon.

Quarters:
Unfurnished quarters may be provided, for
which a rental at the rate of 10% of salary is
payable. Basic furniture may also be provided at
a rental of 10% of the value of the furniture.

Leave and Leave Passages:
Leave is granted at the rate of 42 calendar
days for each completed period of twelve months,
of which 14 working days should be taken
annually. The residue is accumulable up to a
maximum of 126 days. Leave passage facilities
are also available.

Passages:
Free passages are provided on first appoint-
ment for the officer, his wife and children, not
exceeding five persons in all, children to be under
the age of eighteen years, unmarried and depend-
ent on the officer. In addition, reasonable allow-
ances for the transport of baggage and personal
effects are payable.

Private Practice:
Private practice is permitted insofar as it does
not conflict with the proper performance of the
officer's official duties.
Applications should be accompanied by three
references, and should be submitted to the
CHTJPF PERSONNEL OFFICER, PUBLIC
SERVICE COMMISSION, ST. GEORGE'S,
GRENADA to reach him not later than
15th August, 1972.

Office of the Public Service Commission,
Grenada.
4th July, 1972.


NOTICE


INTENDING candidates for the London G.C.E.
Examinations which are scheduled to take-
place during the period Tuesday, January 2 and
Wednesday, January 24, 1973 are hereby
reminded that all Entries and Treasury Receipts
for Examination Fees are to be in the hand of
the Local Secretary on or before Thursday,
August 31st, 1972. No late Entries can be
accepted.

Those who do not apply in person, or who
apply by mail, do so at their own risk. Com-
munications with insufficient information may
have to be disregarded. Cash remittances of
Fees cannot be accepted by the Local Secretary.

$


Fees
University Entrance Fee
Local
Total Entrance Fees
A-Level, per subject $9.60


O-Level ,


10.80
5.00
15.80


,, 4.32


Ministry of Education and Culture,
St. George's.




NOTICE

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES
AND FORESTRY AGRONOMY DIVISION


Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected of
Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1973


"'ERSONS desirous of obtaining planting mate-
J- rials from the Cocoa Stations for planting
in 1973 should apply on the forms provided for
that purpose, entitled: "Application Forms for
Plants Propagated for Distribution by the Minis-
try of Agriculture".

I. Application forms should be forwarded
in duplicate to the Chief Technical Officer
(Agronomy), Mt. Home Cocoa Station, St.
Andrew's to reach him not later than 30th Sep-
tember, 1972.

2. Applications received after the 30tn Sep-
tember, 1972, will neither be acknowledged nor
considered.

3. Application forms are available at the Min-
istry of Agriculaure, all Agricultural and Cocoa
Stations, and District Revenue Offices: Applica-
tion forms can also be obtained from all mem-
bers of the Extension Staff of the Ministry of
Agriculture.










GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1972-(No. 47)


4. Rooted cocoa cuttings are delivered at a
cost of 5 cents 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.
5. The conditions under which planting mate-
rials will be issued are as tollows:-
(i) The area selected by the applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as soon
as possible after the receipt of the appli-
cation, for the purpose of determining the
suitability of the site in regard to altitude,
soil type, wind protection and other
ecological and environmental conditions.
The applicant will then be notified
whether or not the area is approved fcr
planting;
(ii) If for stated reasons the are is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no
allocation of plans will be made to the
applicant;
(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an
authorised officer will inform the appli-
cant what minimum action is required of
him by the Ministry of Agriculture. in
regard to the provision of ground, shade,
windbreaks, soil conservation measures,
soil preparation, etc. The Ministry of
Agriculture will render all assistance and
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 12 ft. x 12 ft. in a block; the
area to be planted will be reinspected by
an authorised officer immediately before
the proposed 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 Ministry 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.
6. Applicants are advised to take advantage
of the experience already gained in replanting
methods at the cocoa stations and other lots,
where replanting with rooted cocoa cuttings
have been undertaken.
7. Applicants are accordingly invited to visit
the cocoa stations and to make the fullest,
possible use of all information available.
8. 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.

D. 0. RENNIE
for Chairman,
Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.


NOTICE

In the Matter of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
Cap. 153)

IT is hereby notified for general information
tnat, in pursuance of the power vested in
Her under tne Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153), tne Governor acting in accordance
with the advice of the Cabinet of the State of
Grenada has been pleased to appoint Mr.
Terence A. Laldee to be tne Authorised Officer
for the purpose of the acquisition of the lot of
land mentioned and described in the schedule
hereto:-

SCHEDULE

ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of land
s't'ate at Marian in the parish of St. George in
the State of Grenada containing Half-acre more
or less believed to be owned by or under the
control of Mr. Jeremiah Pivott of Marian afore-
said. The said lot of land is bounded on the
North by an allowed road, on the West and
South by the estate of Thomas Charles deceased,
and on the East partly by the estate of William
Spears and partly by land occupied by Cecilia
Smith.

Dated this 25th day of July, 1972.

E. F. CHERMAN
Acting Secretary to the Cabinet.


NOTICE


In the Matter of


the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153)


And

In the Matter of a Declaration by the Gover-
nor that a certain lot of land containing
Half-acre more or less situate at Marian
in the parish of St. George in the State of
Grenada believed to be owned by or
under the control of Mr. Jeremiah Pivott
of Marian aforesaid is to be acquired for
a public purpose.

DECLARATION OF ACQUISITION OF LAND

FIRST PUBLICATION

W HEREAS it is provided in effect by Sec-
tion 3 of the Land Acquisition Ordinance
(Cap. 153) of the Revised Laws of Grenada that
if the Governor acting in accordance with the
advice of the Cabinet considers that any land
should be acquired for a public purpose She may
cause a declaration to that effect to be made:

AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor
acting as aforesaid that the land mentioned and
described in the Schedulehe hereto should be


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330 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1972-(No. 47)


acquired for a public purpose, to wit, for the
purpose of estabhsning a Community centre.

Now, THEREFORE, it is hereby declared by the
Governor acting in accordance with the advice
of The Cabinet of the State of Grenada that
upon the Second publication of this declaration
in the Gazette, the land mentioned and described
in the Schedule hereto shall be acquired for
the above-mentioned purpose and shall vest
absolutely in the Crown.

AND IT Is HEREBY FURTHER declared and
notified that the land referred to is situate at
Marian in the parish of St. George in the State
of Grenada and is about Half-acre in area, more
or less.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT LOT piece or parcel of land
situate at Marian in the parish of St. George in
the State of Grenada containing Half-acre more
or less believed to be owned by or under the
control of Mr. Jeremiah Pivott of Marian afore-
said. The said lot of land is bounded on the
North by an allowed road, on the West and
South by the estate of Thomas Charles deceased,
and on the East partly by the estate of William
Spears and partly by land occupied by Cecilia
Smith.

Dated this 25th day of July, 1972.

E. F. CHERMAN
Acting Secretary to the Cabinet.


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY
AUTHORITY


Temporary Posts of Deputy Managing Director
Deputy Manager, Research Department and
Deputy Manager, Currency, Department


T HE East Caribbean Currency Authority is
desirous of employing on a temporary basis
at its headquarters in Barbados certain personnel
who would, subject to satisfactory service, be
eligible for appointment to the permanent staff
and form the nucleus of trained senior staff who
would be employed by the Authority when its
headquarters are moved from Barbados to
St. Kitts.

The three temporary posts for which applica-
tions are invited are:-

Deputy Managing Director
Applicants are required to have a good know-
ledge of financial matters (banking or similar
official or commercial experience is desirable)
together with administrative capacity and initia-
tive. The successful applicant would be required
to assist the Managing Director in all matters
concerning the running of the Authority and to
deputise for him in the event of his aibence. The
salary scale of the post is $15,276 x 609'-$16,476.


Deputy Manager, Research Department
Applicants should be persons who have had at
least 3i years experience in tne compilation and
analysis of monetary and financial statistics and
should preferably be the holder of an appropriate
professional qualification. The successful appli-
cant would be required to assist the Manager of
the Research Department witn the running of
the Department and in the preparation of the
economic and financial reports issued by the
Authority. The salary scale of the post is $7,800 x
300-$8,400.
Deputy Manager, Currency Department
Applicants should preferably be between the
ages of 40 and 55 years and have had experience
in the handling, accounting for and the issue of
currency. The successful applicant would be
required to assist the Currency Manager with the
running of the Currency Department, including
the issue, re-issue and redemption of currency.
The salary scale of the post is $7, 800 x 300-
$8,400.
Training
The successful applicants appointed to the
temporary posts of Deputy Manager Director and
Deputy Manager Research Department may be
required to undergo a period of training at one
of the regional central banks provided that
suitable arrangements can be made.
House Allowance
The successful applicants will be eligible for a
house allowance payable during the period that
the headquarters of the Authority remain in
Barbados.
Travelling Allowance
A travelling allowance at the rate of 350 a
mile is payable to officers using their motor cars
on the business of the Authority.
Leave:
Deputy Managing Director
42 working days (including Saturdays exclud-
ing bank holidays) leave per calendar year.
Deputy Manager, Research Department and
Deputy Manager, Currency Department
24 working days (including Saturdays exclud-
ing bank holidays) leave per calendar year.
Passages
The Authority will meet the cost of the
passages to Barbados of an officer and his family.
The authority will also be prepared to reimburse
an officer for any reasonable claim made in
respect of the cost of the transportation to
Barbados of personal and household effects.
Pension Contribution
In the case where a successful applicant is a
public officer who has been seconded by a parti-
cipating Government to the service of the
Authority, a pension contribution will be paid by
the Authority to the participating Government.
Applications giving details of age, education
and previous experience, together with two
testimonials, should be forwarded to the Acting
Executive Secretary, the West Indies (Associated
States) Council of Ministers, Bridge Street,
Castries, St. Lucia to reach him not later than
7th August, 1972.










ECCA 32


EAST CARIBBEAN CURRENCY AUTHORITY


STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 30TH JUNE, 1972


LIABILITIES


ASSETS


DEMAND LIABILITIES:


Notes in Circulation ...
Coin in Circulation ...
Money at call ...
International Organizations ...


EC $

... 63,267,182
5,734,776
... 564,611
... 12,301


EC $



84,314,236


ExTTERNAL ASST :


EC $


Current Accounts and Money at call in
London ... ...
United Kingdom Treasury Bills
Other United Kingdom Government
Securities ...
Foreign Notes and Coin in Process of
Redemption ...

Bankers' Balances


EC $


... 14,735,366


BANKERS' DEPOSITS
G. NERAL RESERVE
OilIER LIABILITIES


7,202,072
450,242

EC $91,966,550


Government Local Debentures
Local Treasury Bills ...
Other Assets ...


7,053,050
197,260
3,555,323

EC $91,966,550


[Proportion of external assets to
demand liabilities 96.3%]


N. L. SMITH
Acting Managing Director.


19,929,776
14,868,077

45,463,003

216,436

683,625 81,160,917


21/7/72











332 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1972-(No. 47)


NOTICE


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

Notice is hereby given that the goods listed hereunder, having remained constructively warehoused
in the Queen's Warehouse for over three months, and having not been entered and cleared will be
offered for sale by public Action at the Queen's Warehouse on Thursday 10th August, 1972.

The sale commences at 10.00 a.m.

A. D. MITCHELL,
Comptroller of Customs & Excise.


O- Importii
S Vessel a
6 0 Date o
g eRepor

F. Maple
1 29.11.71


ng
.nd
f
t


Date
of
Receival


8.12.1


8.12.71


8.12.71


10.12.71


11.12.71



8.12.71


21.12.71


21.10.71




21.10.71



21.10.71



6.1.72


6.1.72


8.1.72


20.12.71


Marks
and
Numbers


L.N.


H.Hadeed


Granbys


R.A.B.

Charles
of G/da


Seachenge
Gift Shop

Rockys
G/da

M.P. FS
07-023
G/da
No. 9

M.S.FS
07-028
G/da
No. 7

FS07-
027
No. 10

Melville
Store


G.S.L.

Royal
Agencies

F 138
Charles

G.F.H.
277/5


Packages


No. and
Kind


100 ctn.


36 ctn.


24 ctn.


2 ctn.


1 c/s



1 ctn.


107 ctn.


1 c/s





1 c/s



1 c/s



5 ctn.


8 ctn.


1 parcel


2 c/s


F. Maple
29.11.71

F. Maple
29.11.71

B. Trojan
1.12.71

G. Haven
3.12.71


F. Maple
9.11.71

Sunvreeland
10.12.71

G. Bay
12.10.71




G. Bay
12.10.71


G. Bay
12.10.71


Nina
22.12.71

Nina
22.12.71

G. Tide
29.12.71

Archilles
10.12.71

Nina
22.12.71


Contents



Oil Stoves


Water Boots


Water Boots


Patents


Men leather foot
wear


Book


Vegetable foods


Toilet Prep.





Toilet Prep.



Toilet Prep



Brassieres


Sports Bags


Textile Sample

Silver Plated
Articles

Plumber
Brassware


Consignees



R. Nahous


H. Haded


Granbys


R. A. Brewster


Agents



Agents


Rock & Roll

Mitchells
Pharmacy




Melville Store



Granbys Stores



Melville Store


Granbys Store

Royal Agencies
Sample


Charles of G/da-


Agents


1 ptg.


5.1.72


I











GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 29, 1972-(No. 47)


Packages


Importing
Date E 6 Vessel and
of Z 2 Date of
Receival 1 Report


Ares
12.1.72 16 3.1.72


12.1.72


15.1.72


12.1.72




18.1.72


25.1.72







29.12.71



17.1.72


29.6.71


Ares
3.1.72

F. Maple
7.1.72

Clement
3.1.72



G. Haven
10.1.72

Sea Hawk
16.1.72

G. Bay
17.12.71



G. Bay
17.12.71

Atlantic
Comet
8.1.72

F. Palm
20.6.71


Marks
and
Numbers


A.R.C.
ISD 8923

Jemp
GICO


G.S.L.

Granbys
Hale 326
No. 1.4.7
5/6-8/10

L
G 68584


G.S.L.


W.B
G/da



O.D.B.


Secret
Harbour


W.E.F.


No. and
Kind


50 c'/s


I c/.-


6 ba'es

-5 c:n.
-2 ctn.
-3 cin.



1 c/s


25 bdls.



17 box
8 bdls
2 bd!s

I c/s



2 c'n.


17 ctn.


Contents


Fibrc 'u!i!c-s-

Refrig Machinery
parts


Brocms

Plastic Articles
Plastic Bottles
Plastic Articles


Har.is Paint
Brushes


Coir Do-r Mats



Tyres
Tyres
Tyre3


Electric Machinery O. D. Brisbane


Furr iture


Plastic Combs


GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION


Effective as from 27th July, 1972
Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-


GRAID


Green Nutmegs

Dried Nutmegs

Grinders (Cracked)

No. 1. Mace

No. 2. Mace

Mace Pickings


ADVANCES


16c. per lb.


... 24c.

... 12c.

... 80c.

... 40c.

... 12c.


Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 26th July, 1972.
In accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordiance.


ROBERT S.


RENWICK
Secretary.


GRENADA

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERN MENT PRINTING OFF (CE,

1972.


Consignees


Agents


Gda Ice Co.


Agents


Granbys




Agents


Agents




W. Patik


Agents


Agents


,,











A 27

1972 Stamp S.R.O. 9


GRENADA

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS NO. 9 OF 1972

REGULATIONS MADE BY THE GOVERNOR UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF
SECTION 45 OF THE STAMP ORDINANCE (CAP. 283.)



(Gazetted 29th July, 1972)

1. Short title. These Regulations may be cited as the

STAMP (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS 1972,

and shall be read as one with the Stamp Regulations (S.R. & 0.
No. 248) as amended, hereinafter referred to as the principal
Regulations.

2. Amendment of Regulation 2 of the Principal Regulations.
Regulation 2 of the principal Regulations is hsreby amcndcd-
(a) by deleting the word Colonial" wherever appearing
therein ;
(b) by substituting the words "on the value of stamps" for
the words "throughout the range of demoninations sold".

3. Amendment of Regulation 3 of the Principal Regulations.
Regulation 3 of the Principal Regulations is hereby amended by
substituting the word "seventy-five" for the word "fifty".



Made by the Governor this 13th day of July, 1972.

E. F. CHERMAN,
Secretary to the Cabinet.

GRENADA

PRINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, AT THE GOVERNMENT
PRINTING OFFICE, ST. GEORGE'S
1972.




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