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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: November 25, 1972
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GIENA I)A


Government


Gazette


iublishtI bg aithoritg


VOL. 90.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1972 [No. 73


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


No. 179.


ACTING APPOINTMENT
No. 177.
r'HE Judicial and Legal Services Commission
I has been pleased to appoint MR. WILLIAM L.
MACINTYRE, of St. Kitts, Legal -rauphtsm2n to
act as a Puisne Judge of the High Court with
effect from 27th November, 1972 to 31st Decem-
ber, 1972. MR. MACINTYRE will be resident in
Antigua.
Office of the Judicial and Legal
Services Commission,
St. George's.
!5th November, 1972.
CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENT
No. 178.
T HF Public Service Commission has confirmed
the appointment of MR. KEITH SUPERVILLE
as a Class II Clerk in the General Clerical
Service, posted initially to the Customs and Excise
Division of ibe Ministry of Port and Customs with
effect from 18th September, 1969.
Office of the Public Service Commission,
21st November, 1972.
P.F. 2666.


3W,77cIS

G ra c^


Si'HE following document is circulated with and
1 forms part of this Gazette:--
S. R. & O. No. 15 of 1972:-The Development
Incentives (Caribbean Internationi Inves-
tors Group Ltd.) (Stephanie Jans)
Manufacturer of Cosmetics Order, 1972.
25th November, 1972.



No. 180.
SHE following Act which have been assented to,
by Her Excellency the Governor is published
with this issue of the Gazette:-
No. 37 of 1972:--The Genocide Act, 1972.
Copies of th!s Act may be seen at the Premier's
Office, the Public Library, the Treasury, District:
Revenue Offices and Police Stations.
25th November, 1972.








GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 25, 1972-(No. 73)


NOTICE

EALED tenders are invited for the supply of
the undermentioned building materials for
use by the Ministry of Communications and
Works during the year 1973:-
Portland cement per sack of 94 lbs.
Mild steel reinforced rods-all sizes.
Galvanized corrugated roofing-all guages.
Soft board--" x 8' X 4'.
Cast iron pipe fittings
Bends 4"
Plain tees 4"
Y's 4"
P.V.C. rigid conduit:-
3" light duty white
heavy duty black
1" heavy duty.
Pitch pine: -
Scantling all sizes.
Boards (dressed) all sizes.
Planks (rough) all sizes.
Lavatory suites- S & P traps
Low tanks
High tanks.
Hinges (galvanized) 3", 4", 6", 8", 10".
Steel butts 1", 2", 21", 3", 4".
Brass butts 11", 2", 21", 3", 4".
Enamel sinks 2.3"x 12", 24" X 16", 30" x 18".
Cast iron soJ pipes 4" x 6'.
Galvanized pipes all sizes.
Green heart- 1" X 4" grooved and tongued
boards.
1" X 6" grooved and tongued
boards.
2" X 4" scantling.
2" X 6" scantling.
B.R.C. Mesh:-
No. 35 rolls of 150 x 7ft.
No. 36 rolls of 153 X 7ft.
No. 38 rolls of 150 x 7ft.
No. 66 rolls of 150 x 7ft.
Wall create cement per 94 lb. bag.
Wire nails.
Ply board- Douglas Fir-4' X 8' X "
Douglas Fir-4' X 8' x 3"
Douglas Fir-4' X 8' x '
Baboon -4'x 8/x3/16"
Baboon -4' x 81 x "
Baboon -3' x 7'x 3/16"
Mahogany -3' x 7' x "
Mahogany -4' x 8' x "
Illomaba -3'x 71x
Illomaba -4' x 'x "
Eyong --3'x 7x "
Lavatory basins-white (procelain)-
20" x 18"-1 tap.
18"x 15"-- tap.
18" 151--2 taps.
20" x 16"-2 taps.
Hollow concrete blocks-
4" x 8"X 16"
6" 8" X 16"
8" x8"x 16"


White pine boards and planks dressed and
rough--all sizes.
Galvanized nails.
Tenders should be clearly marked on the
cover, "Tenders for supply of Building Materials"
and should be addressed to the Chairman, Tenders
Committee, to reach him not later than 12.00
noon on Saturday, 2nd December, 1972.
Government does not bind itself to accept the
lowest of any Tender.

Ministry of Communications and Works,
St. George's.


TAXES MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE
CAP. 290
Payment of Land and House Tax

r' HE Public is hereby reminded that the last
Iday for payment of Land and House Tax is
Thursday, November, 30th 1972.
All such taxes remaining unpaid after that date
will be subject to imposition of a fine and action
for recovery by sale.
J. N. BAIN
Acting Comptroller of Inland Revenue.


NOTICE

GRENADA COCOA ASSOCIATION


EFFECTIVE
. producers
follows:-
Grade I
Grade II
Wet Cocoa


1st October 1972 the advances to
for deliveries of cocoa will be as


36 cents per
... 35 cents per
... 12 cents per


ROBERT B. CONSTANTINE
Acting Secretary.


NOTICE

University of Cambridge Local Examinations
Syndicate, General Certificate of Education,
Summer 1973, Grenada, W.I.


HE Examinations are scheduled to take place
during the period Monday, 4th June, to
Friday, 29th June, 1973, except in respect of the
following, which will be held before 4th June,
and for which the dates and times will be notified
: due course:-

Music Aural Tests;
Oral Tests in Modern Languages;
Practical Test in Cookery;
Practical Tests in Metalwork and Wood-
work.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 25, 1972-(No. 73)


Examination Fees must be paid into the
Treasury on or before Saturday, 30th December,
1972, to wit:--


ENTRANCE FEES:
Cambridge
Local


$
9.60
5.00 $14.60


(plus)
SUBJECT FEES:
A-Level, per subject 9.60
O-Level, per subject 4.32
The completed Form of Entry must in every
case be accompanied by the Treasury Receipt or
Receipts as evidence of payment of the requisite
fees.
Entries for Cookery, Needlework and Dress-
making, Music, and Science subjects cannot be
accepted unless satisfactory arrangements are
made beforehand for Practical Tests.
A fee of $2 is payable by each candidate for
each Oral Test direct to the Oral Examiner.
A new system of Entry documentation has
been introduced for the G.C.E. Examinations in
June 1973. A single Entry Form for Schools
candidates (Form E.C. 1), printed as a two part
carbonised set, will replace the former red and
green G.C.E. school Entry Forms, each candi-
date using one index number for entries at A, AO,
and O levels, the index number being shown once
instead of twice as at present. A Private Candi-
date's form (Form E.C. 2) will replace the former
entry form for Private Candidates.
All papers will be set in Metric Units for
Woodwork, Metalwork, Geometrical and Mech.
Drawing, and Surveying.
Private Candidates, who are taking the G.C.E.
Examinations for the first time, must satisfy the
Local Secretary that they are eligible to sit, by
producing evidence t'at they have passed the
Qualifying Test, as determined by the Chief
Education Officer.


NOTICE

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan
Trinidad and Tobago Post-graduate Scholarship
in Tropical Agriculture-1973

UNDER the Commonwealth Scholarship/Fel-
lowship Plan, the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago is making available one (1) award
for post-graduate studies/research in Tropical
Agriculture leading to a post-graduate degree or
diploma, where appropriate, and tenable at the
University of the West Indies, St. Augustine.
Trinidad, effective from the academic year com-
mencing October, 1973.
The area of study will be limited to the research
and teaching facilities available at the University
of the West Indies, St. Augustine.
This award is tenable for two (2) academic
years in the first instance (unless the course of
study is for a shorter period), with a possibility
of its being extended for a third year. in the
absolute discretion of the Government of Trinidad


and Tobago, if the candidate's work attains such
a standard taat he is recommended by the
University Authorities to study for the Ph.D.
Degree.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must be Commonwealth citizens or
British protected persons normally resident in
the nominating country. Applicants must already
have a first degree or equivalent qualification in
Agriculture from a recognized institution of study
at tne time of application. As a general rule,
applicants should not be more than thirty-five
(35) years of age on 1st October, 1973. Preference
may be given to candidates between twenty-two
(22) and twenty-eight (28) years of age. A
detailed statement from the University or institu-
tion of higher learning from which the applicant
graduated must accompany each application
form. This statement must show the subjects
studied in each year of study and the results
obtained in each subject. The grades achieved
must be indicated, if possible.

APPLICATION

Applications must be made through the Com-
monwealth Scholarship Agency of the country
making its nomination. Applications must be in
,extuplicate on the prescribed form and nomina-
tions must reach the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago by 31st December, 1972.
Originals of Birth and Educational Certificates
need not be submitted provided that they have
been seen by the nominating authority and parti-
culars stated in the application are certified by
the agency as corrected.
The following documents must accompany
each application:
(1) Six certified copies of applicant's Univer-
sity/College record (including degree certi-
ficates) the subject studied and, as far as
possible, the grades attained during each
year of study.
(2) Six copies of a statement of not more than
two hundred (200) words outlining the
applicant's proposed p!nh of study and!
or research in Trinidad and Tobago.
(3) Confidential comments from three Referees.
Application forms are available at the appro-
priate Commonwealth Scholarship Agencies and
at the offices of the Government of Trinidad and
Tobago, in the United Kingdom, Canada,
Jamaica, Guyana and India.

VALUE OF AWARD (Allowances etc.)

The following expenses will be met by the
Government of Trinidad and Tobago:-
(i) P-s,,Se from the nominating country to
Trinidad and back for the scholar as
arran-ed by the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago;
(ii) Tuition and examination fees:
(iii) Any other compulsory University fees
(excluding board and residence fees b':t


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484 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 25, 1972-(No. 73)


including refundable deposits such as
CaLtion Money, wnich will be paid by
and refunded to tne Government of
Trinidad and Tobago);
(iv) Cost of approved travelling connected with
tae course of study in Trinidad and
Tobag to a maximum of TT $200 per
annum (This is not intended to cover
travelling from the normal place of resi-
dence to the University);
(v) Book allowance of TT $240 per annum;
(vi) A personal maintenance allowance of
TT $300 per month to cover board and
lodging, daily travel and personal expenses;
(vii) Reasonable hotel charges fo a period of
one (1) week after arrival in Trinidad
(hotel accommodation to be arranged by
the Government of Trinidad and Tobago)
to permit the scholar to find accommoda-
tion.
If the scholar is qccomrr.nied by his wife and!
or children:-
(viii) A wife allowance of TT $1,440 per
annum, provided that she is not employed;
and
(ix) Allowances of TT $360 per annum for the
first child and TT $288 opr annum each
for the second and the third child. Allow-
ances are not paid for more than three (3)
children.
N.B. The above allowances are not subject to
tax in Trinidad and Tobago.
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF AWARD
The scholar must return to his own country at
the end of the scholarship and in this connection
is required to give a written undertaking to do so
-when submitting his/her application.
The scholar must follow the approved course
of study and abide by the rules of the University
of the West Indies.
An award may be terminated at any time for
reasons of unsatisfactory conduct, for a breach of
the conditions of award or for failure to make
satisfactory progress.
The scholar will not normally be permitted to
take up paid employment during the tenure of
his/her award.
Candidates for the scholarship must have a
good knowledge of written and spoken English.
The successful candidate will be required to
submit a Medical Certificate as to general, physi-
cal and mental fitness before the award can be
confirmed.
GENERAL INFORMATION
All correspondence concerning the financial
and other administrative arrangements in con-
nection with this award should be addressed to:-

The Chief Personnel Officer,
Training Division,
Personnel Department,
13-15 St. Clair Avenue,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad, W.I.

HILTON H. CUPID
Chief Personnel Officer.


' NOTICE


THE


MOTOR VEHICLES AND
TRAFFIC ORDIhANCE


ROAD,


Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the Half-year
Period, Ending 30th June, 1973

REGULATION 22 OF THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

OWNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omibuses and hiring Cars) Goods.
Vehicles and Irailers and Private Cars, are hereby
notified that the half-yearly inspection of tnese-
venicles wll commence as follows:-

St. George's Fire Station:
Wednesday 6th December, 1972.
Wednesday 13th December, 1972.
Wcnesday 2.th December, 1972.
WVednesday 27th December, 1972.
irom 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Grenville Police Station:
Thursday 7th December, 1972.
Thursday 14th December, 1972.
Thursday 21st December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Sauteurs Police Station:
Friday 15th December, 1972.
Friday 22nd December, 1972.
Friday 29th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Victoria Poiice Station:
Tuesday 19th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Gouyave Police Station:
Tuesday 5th December, 1972.
Tuesday 12th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

St. David's Police Station:
Monday 1 ltn.December, 1972.
Monday 18th December, 1972.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Carriacou Police Station:
Monday 8th January, 1973 to
Friday 12th January, 1973.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their
respective District Revenue Offices, and then
approach the Inspector of the Motor Vehicles at
the Traffic Branch, Fire Station, in advance with
a view to affecting any alterations that may be
necessary to comply with the provisions of the
Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, and
of the Regulations made thereunder.

Vehicles must be presented in a throughly clean'
condition, and must have been recently over-
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GOVERNMENT ,GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 25, 1972 -(No. .73)


steering arms, springs, trackrods, brake connec-
tions, shackles, bolts, nuts, splitpins, engine,
engine shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto,
or coil, airr-filter,) carbuhttor -and all working
parts must be cleaned in order to admit a proper
texamiriation. Dust- coveds, if used- must ,be
removed before presei, atith *in order to admit .of
an examination beihg' nit fA 'in full. All split
pins, etc., must be cledily1 exposed, also chassis
and engine numbers. A'Grivers' seats must be
securely fastened so that the dirver can have
proper control-over the vehicle. Spotslights, musi-
cal horns and whistles 'are strictly :prohibited.
Each vehicle must have its tare and maximum
gross weight painted in white figures not less
than 2 inches in height upon a black back
ground in a conspicuous place on the right or
off-side of the vehicles.
The Registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regula-
tions 7, 8 and 9 and the second schedule to the
Regulations S.R. & O. No. 151 and be in such
a condition as to render each letter or figure
readily distinguishable. The attention of owners
of motor omibuses and. gods vehicles is specially:
directed to Regulations 23 (11) (a) regarding the
position of front lamps. Spot lights will not be
allowed e:xcet with tae written approval of the
Licensing Authority.
The attention of the owners of hiring cars and
motor omibuses is directed to Regulation 50 (2)
of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regula-
tions S.R. & O. No. 151 of the Revised Laws of
Grenada which require that printed copies of tie
tariffs and maximum fares be displayed in such
vehicles. These are now available and may be
purchased at the Treasury, St. George's, and at
any D:strict Revenue Office at 4 cents per copy.
Vehicles which have been found by the Inspec-
tor to have defects must not be used on the roads
until they have been issued a certificate, certifying
that the vehicles may be duly licensed.
M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police, Licensing Authority.


NOTICE

TlENDERS are invited for the operation of three
i Police Canteens located: -
(i) Fort George, St. George's
(ii) Fire Station, St. George's
(iii) Grenville Police Station, Grenville.
The conditions that are required are: -

That a contract should be entered into to
opreate these Canteens for two years commencing
on the 4th January, 1973, and terminating on the
3rd January, 1975.
That the variety and volume of stock should
be to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of
Police and the Contractor.

That the price charged for all said goods
should be to the mutual satisfaction of the
Commissioner of Police and the Contractor.


That the hours of opening and closing of
these Canteens should be to the mutual satisfac-
tion of the Commissioner of Police and the
Contractor.

Tenders must be clearly marked "Tenders for
Police Canteens" and should be addressed to the
Commissioner of Police, Police Headquarters, St.
George's.

Tender must reach Police Headquarters not
later than Friday, 15th December, 1972.
M. L. BARROW
Commissioner of Police.

Office of the Commissioner of Police,
Police Headquarters,
St. George's.
7th November, 1972.


NOTICE

SUPPLEMENTARY ASSESSMENT 1972

Under the Towns Administration Ordinance
Cap. 294

)URSUANT to the Provisions of Chapter 294
of the Revised Laws of Grenada, notice is
hereby given that the Magistrate of the Eastern,
District will hold a special session at' the,
Magistrate's Court Grenville, Eastern District on
Wednesday, the 13th December, 1972 at 9.00
o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of hear-,
ing objections to, and appeals fro. the assessment,
made by the Warden under the Towns Adminis-
tration Ordinance, Cap. 294.
ERNEST W. JOHN
Magistrate, Eastern District.

The Court House,
Grenville,
St. Andrew's.
15th November, 1972.


NOTICE

GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG
ASSOCIATION

SELEGATES elected at the Area Meetings of
the Association held on 14th, 15th and 16th
November, to attend the next. General Meeting of
,the Association are hereby notified that the
General Meeting will now be held on Friday, 1st
December, 1972, at the C.S.A. Centre, St.
GQeorge's, commencing at 9.00 a.m., instead of"
Thursday, 30th November, as a result of the
declaration of the latter date as a public holiday.

ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.


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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 25, 1972-(No. 73)


NOTICE NOTICE

THE Public is hereby notified that copies of CARRIACOU COTTON ASSOCIATION
amendments to the Common External Tariff
of the East Caribbean Common Market which Ir is hereby notified for the information to all
was introduced on 1st October, 1972, are available L registered Cotton Growers, that a poll will be
at the Government Stationery Office, and, may be held at the office, of the Carriacou Cotton
obtained therefrom on production of an Official Association, (The Ginnery) at, Hillsborough, on
Treasury Receipt in respect of each copy of the Monday, 29th November, .1972, from 9.00 a.m.
tariff purchased. for the purpose of electing six (6) members to
serve on the Cotton Board, for the Cotton Year
Ministry of Finance, ending 30th November, 1973.
St. George's. G. R. MAC INTOSH
d9rrd Novembper 1972. Secretarv


Tenders for Carriacou Mail and Passenger Service


EALED tenders are invited for the conveyance of mails, passengers and cargo weekly between
Grenada and Carriacou by, auxiliary vessel. for the ,period 1st January, to 31st December, 1973,.
in accordance with the schedules given hereunder.

2. The vessels to be used for the service must not be less than 40 tons and must be equipped
with adequate seating accommodation and sanitary facilities for not less than (30) thirty passengers,
and &yith life boats for passengers and crew.

3. Supplies including planting material and equipment for all Government Department or
Public Officers and Insfitutions and Wireless Stations and all personnel travelling, on official
business will be conveyed free of charge.

4. If necessary, the successful tenderer may be required to make arrangements to transport
fuel oil for the operation of the Electricity Services in Carriacou,, in drums of 45 gallons, and to
return the empty drums to St. George's. at a fixed price for the period of the contract.


5. Tenders should be submitted to the Chairman, Tenders Board,
George's, marked "Tenders for. conveyance of mails, passengers: and cargo
Carriacou", by 12.00 noon on Saturday, 2nd December, 1972.


Premier's Office, St.
between Grenada and


SCHEDULE No. 1


Leaves Grenada
Leaves Carriacou
Leaves Grenada
Leaves Carriacou


9.00 a.m. Sunday
12 noon Tuesday
10.00 a.m. Thursday
12.00 noon Thursday


arrives Carriacou
arrives Grenada
arrives Carriacou
arrives Grenada


, SCHEDULE No. 2


Leaves Carriacou
Leaves Grelada
Leaves Carriacou
Leaves Grenada


2.00 p.m. Sunday
10.00 a.m. Tuesday
12.00 noon Thursday
12.00 noon Saturday


arrives Grenada
arrives Garriacou
arrives Grenada
arrives Carriacou


Persons may tender, for one or both of the two .services-and will be required, to
to Petit Martinique from Carriacou every fortnight.


make a trip


Ministry of Communications, Works, Labour and

Natural Resources.


1st November, 1972.


1.30
4.00
2.00
4.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
D.m.


6.00
1.30
4.00
4.00


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


486


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_GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 25, 1972-(No. 73)


NOTICE

Tenders for the Conveyance of Mails and Passengers between Carriacou and P e t it Martinique


SEALED tenders are invited ifor the conveyance of mails, passengers and cargo by auxiliary vessel
k between Carriacou and Petit Martinique in accordance with the undermentioned Schedule.

2. Persons and :articles shall be conveyed free when carried on behalf of Government and
under the conditions laid down in the contract.

-3. The contract will be 'for a period of one year from 1st January to 31st December, 1973.

4. Tenders;shodld be submitted to the Chairman, Tenders Board, Premier's Office, St. George's,
-marked "Tenders "for Carriacou and Petit Martinique Mail Service" by noon on 2nd December,
1972.

5. "Government -daes Iat bind itself to accept any or the lowest tender.

SCHEDULE


ITINEARY


PLACE

Leave Petit uMartinique
Leave Carriacou
Leave Petit Martinique
Leave Carriacou
Leave Petit Martinique
Leave Carriacou


HOUR

8.00 a.m.
2.00 p.m.
8.00 a.m.
2.00 p.m.
9.00 a.m.
2.30 p.m.


DAY


Monday
Monday
Friday
Friday
Sunday
Sunday


"N.B. The time of departure from Carriacou shall be subject
Carriacou of the Contract Mail Boat from Grenada.


nevertheless to the arrival at


"Ministry of Communications and Works,
Grenada.
*1st November, 1972.



Customs (Private Warehouse) Notices

JN-accordance with the provisions of the Customs Ordinance, 1960 (No. 35 of 1960) the following
Notice is hereby given.
4. This notice may be cited as the Customs (Private Warehouse) Notice No. 2 of 1972.
2. The building and place specified in the Schedule hereto is hereby appointed to be a
lPrivate Warehouse for the purpose of the Customs Laws.
SCHEDULE


No. of Waeho use Occupier Situation


No. 26 Bonded Granby Stores Ltd. That concrete block building owned and
Warehouse occupied by Granby Stores Ltd. bounded on the
north-west by Halifax Alley, on the north-east
and south-east by other premises of Granby
Stores Ltd., on the south-west by an open yard.
also the property of Granby Stores Ltd.


A. D. MITCHELL
Comptroller of Customs and Excise.


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488 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 25, 1972-(No. 73)

POST OFFICE

Post early for Christmas


THE latest times of closing mails to ensure delivery to destination before Christmas Day are as
follows.

BY SURFACE MAIL BY AIR MAIL
DESTINATION
Letters & Prints Parcels Letters, Prints/1 arcel

Great Britain ... November 14th November 14th December 12th
United States of America ... November 3rd November 3rd December 15th
Cdnada ... November 3rd November 3rd December 15th
duyana ... December 8th December 8th December 15th
West Indies-Associated States ... December st December 1st December 15th
Jamaica ... November 17th November 17th December 15th
Trinidad & Tobago ... December 8th December 8th December 16th
Europe, Asia, Africa & Australia ... October 16th October 16th December 9th
Barbados ... December 8th December 8ti December 16th


If suitable opportunities offer, supplementary Christmas Mails will be despatched.

T. C. PAYNE
Postmaster General
General Poqt Officeo
Grenada,
11th c0tober, 1972.


GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE NUTMEG ASSOCIATION
Effective as from 23rd November, 1972
Advance rates payable for deliveries of Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:-


GRAMB ADVANCES


Green Nutmegs ... 16c. per lb.

Dried Nutmegs ... 24c. "

Grinders (Cracked) .. 12c. "

No. 1. Mace ... 8c. "

No. 2. Mace ... 40c. "

Mace Pickings ... 12c. "

Fixed by the Nutmeg Board 22nd November, 1972.
In accordance with Section 58 of the Nutmeg Industry Ordiance.

ROBERT S. RENWICK
Secretary.


GRENADA

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ST. GKORGE'5,
1972.





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