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ROSEAU, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1953.
UNITED STATES CONSULAR
WrrT reference to Gazette Notice No.
300 of November 13th, 1952, it is notified
for general information that the Queen's
Exequatur empowering Mr. GEORGE E.
MILLER to act as United States Consul at
Port of Spain. Trinidad, with jurisdiction
including Trinidad and the Windward
Islands, received Her Majesty's signature
on March 2nd, 1952.
21st March, 1953.
POST OF' PRICE INSPECTOR,
APPLICATIONS are invited for the post
of Price Inspector, Grenada, at a salary
of $L.920 per ann'um together with a
temporary cost of living allowance of
$384 per annum and a transport allowance
at the rate of $900 per annum The
appointment will be on probation for a
period of one year, and the successful
applicant will be required to furnish a
medical certificate of fitness.
2. The duties of the Price Inspector,
which are to cover the whole Colony of
Grenada (including Carriacou), are :-
Periodical inspection of all shops and
stores to see that the Price Control Regu-
lations regarding the marking of prices
of goods and the percentages allowed on
landed cost are observed;
Inspection of fish, meat and vegetab leo
markets to see that the Price (oritrl
Orders and other Regulations regarding
the sale of these articles are observed ;
Prosecution of cases of breaches of
the Prices Control Regulations in the
Fixing prices of imported goodson the
directions of the competent authority.
The Headquarters will be St. George's
where this officer will be required to
3. Applicants should not be more than
40 years of age. and experience in a com-
mercial house is desirable
4. Applicants should ie addressed to
the Administrator and should reich that
officer not later than'lhuisdjy 30th April,
1953. The following information should
be given :-
(a) Date of b rth
(b) Where educated and examina-
(c) Employmentsince leaving school;
(d) Two references.
27th March, 1953.
TURKISH CONSUL-GENERAL IN
1T is notified for general information
that Monsieur HASAN NURELGIN has been
appointed as Turkish Consul-General in
London in succession to Monsieur MENNAN
TEBELEN, with jurisdiction including- the
I I. I I r I I I ~1P14~ r'
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1953
Btitish Colonial territories (with the
exception of Cyprus), British Protecto-
rates and Territories administered under
trust by the Government of the United
Pending the issue of Her Majesty'
Exequatur, provisional recognition ha
been accorded to Monsieur NURELGIN.
April 17th. 1953.
COLONIAL RIFLE ASSOCIATIONS
SMALL-BORE MATCH 1952
APERTUtE SIGHT SECTION
THE following are the official scores awarded
to the Dominica Team by the National Small-
Bore Rifle Association of the United King-
Gonst. V.E Lewis
A. V. Grell
E. W. Butler
F. E. Rolle
Inspr K.I. Francis
t Card 2nd Card
April 17th, 1953.
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT,
DOMINICA BANANA ASSOCIATION
IT is notified for general information
that at the Annual General Meeting of the
Dominica Banana Association held on
April 15th, the following persons were
elected, under section 7 of Dominica
Ordinance No 21. of 1952, to serve on the
Board of Management for the ensuing
period of twelve months :-
The Honourable R.B. Douglas
E. Nassief, Esq.
C.D. Telemaque, Esq.
A. Pemberton, Esq.
Egbert Green, Esq.
D. A. Durban. Esq.
Under the same section of .be above
mentioned Ordinance His Honour the Act-
ing Administrator has been pleased to
nominate the undermentioned persons to
serve on the Board in addition to those
mentioned above :-
Che Agricultural Superintendent
A. D. Boyd, Esq.
lonourable H. D. Shillingford, C.B.E.
1. N. Shillingford, Esq.,
1pril 20th, 1953.
CHRISTOPHER, Captair H.M., appointed to
act Aide-de-Camp and Private Secre-
tary to His Excellency the Governor
in addition to his .ubstantive duties as
Assistant Secretary (Administrative)
Windward Islanda with effect from
February 18th, 1'53.
April 21st, 1953.
THE WEST INDIAN FEDERATION
THE following te.egrams from the
Secretary in connection with the West
Indian Federation Conference are pub-
lished for general information :-
The Conference on vVest Indian Federa-
tion rssumed in Constitutional Committee
under the Chairmanship of Lord Munster.
Agreements was reached on nun.ber of
points discussed. Corference will resume
on Monday morning.
The Conference on West Indian Federa.
tion resumed in Finance Committee this
morning under the Chairmanship of Mr.
R. Maudling (Economic Secretary to the
Treasury) and continued the discussion of
the financial relationship between the
U. K. and the Federa:ion.
In the afternoon the Conference met in
Constitutional Committee witli Lord
Munster (Parliamenta.ry under Secrecnry.
of State) in the chair and resumed its con.
sideration of the Star ding Closer Associa-
tion Committee's con, titutional proposals.
The Conference wi 1 resume in Finance
Committee tomorrow morning and in
Constitutional Commi tee in the afternoon.
The Conference on West Indian Federa-
tion resumed in Finance Committee this
morning under the (hairmanship of Mr.
R. Maudling and reached general agree-
ment on the financial relationship between
the U. K. and Federation. The Committee
also discussed ways i, which the revenue
of the Federation should be provided
from he general rev nues of the area.
In the afternoon the Constitutional
Committee with Lo 'd Munster in the
chair resumed its c msideration of the
constitutional proposals made in 'the
report of the Standing Closer Association
At the conclusion of the Committee's
business the Conference met briefly in
plenary session and approved unanimously
a resolution affirming the loyalty and
allegiance of the delegates to H. M. the
Queen and sending their respectful wishes
to her on the occasion of her birthday.
OFFICIAL GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1953: 111
The Finance Committee will meet to-
a~orrow morning and the Constitutional
Committee in the afternoon.
Ref. M P 44'/54.
April 22nd, 1953
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HOSPITAL
IT is notified for general information
that the Secretary of State for the
Colonies has approved of a free grant of
20,986 under the Coloniad and WelfarA
Act to meet the cost of the first stage of
the construction of the hospital at Good-
will under Scheme No. D. 1887.
Ref. M.P. C 97/52.
April 22nd, 1958,
MINUTES OF ME NINGS OF LEGISLA-
THE minutes of a meeting lif the Legis-
ative Counall held on Decemher 16th,
1992, is p iblished with this issue of the
Oflicii i Gazette for penerad information.
April 2.rd, 195:3L
MINUTES OF MEETINGS OF i'"NANCE
THE M im~tes of the meeting of Finance
Committee held on December i3th, 1952 is
publishe-d with this issue of the Olliciac
Gaz tte for general information.
23rd ApjJil, 195.3
VICTOR C. JoSSE
Govern ent Secreta 'y
Departmental and other
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
WINDWARD ISLANoS AND
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
pursuance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the Leeward
Islands and Windward Islands (Courts)
Order in Council, 1939, The Honourable
Puisne Judge assigned to the Dominica
Circuit has appointed Tuesday the 28t0
day of April, 1953, at the hour of ten
o'clock in the forenoon and subsequent
days for the sitting of the Court in its
Criminal Jurisdietion at the Court House
at Roseau within the Dominies (fircait.
Dated the 28th. day of March, 19.53.
T. 1. BOYD
Registrar of the Supreme Cou rt
of the Windward Islands
and Leeward Islands
DOMINICA GRAMMAR SCHOOL
SCHOOL will reopen on Tuesdays Maa
12th, 1953 at 9 a m. The Headmaster will
be in his office on Monday, May 11th from
10 a.m. to interview any parents who may
wish to see him.
Boys will be expected to wear the
S hool Uniform and School Colours and ,o
observe all School Rules.
VICTOR A. A. ARCHER,
April, 20th 1953.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
THE Public is hereby notified that
there will be temporary disruption of
the Telephone Service between the
hours of 4.00 a m. and 6.00 p.m. on0
Sunday, May 3rd, while the rrain
telephone exchange switchboard in
Reseau will be re-wired.
G. A. GRANT,
Di ector of Works
April 17th, 1903.
CENTRAL HOUSING AND
IT is notified for general informa-
tion that with effect from 23rd April
1953 and until further notice the
Office of the Central Ho rising & Plau-
ning Aut ority will be housed in the
G3odwiln Estate Factory Building.
for Chairman Central Housing and
April 21st, 1953.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
MARANERS are warned that 'moorine
buoys, marker buoys and sinkers have
.been established within a nadidas *of 7s5('
feet to the west and north of the new wHs,
beacon in Scarborough harbour 'Ihis
beacon is in Lat. 11 1.' 52" North Lomg
400 43 40" West and carries a ilaslilg
The area under reference is to be
regarded as dangerous to navigation and
mariners are warned accordingly.
E. J. HEMMINGS,
Ba ,bour lMuster,
Trinidad and Tobag;
M. P. 1562/49
Ma-arch V3rd, 1953-.
112 FiAL GAZETTE, THURAY APRIL 23 53
112 ,OFIGIAL GAlZETTE, THUR311AY APRI 23, W35
Applications for Admission in
1954 to Medical Schools in
Ifr T1 leby notified for general in-
formation that the competition for
entry to medical schools continues to
be very keen and that almost all
schools receive far more applications
than they can accept.
2. In order that Colonial candidates
may have the maximum opportunity
of succeeding in the competition for
medical entry, it is necessary that the
ippers of all medical candidates de-
siring admission in 1954 should be in
the hands of the Director of Colonial
Scholars by the 1st. of July, 1953.
Local candidates are therefore in-
formed that their applications must
reach this Office not later than the
st. of June.
(Sgd.) J. HAMILTON MAURICE.
April l4trh, 1953.
As from May 1st, 1953, vehicles on the
road will be stopped and checked for
licences. Persons f und not complying
with the law will be prosecuted. The last
thing the police want to do is to run you
in. You cannot say that you have not
Your attention is crawn to section 38 of
the Road Traffic Oriinance dealing with
the production of driver's licence for
examination on being so required by a
police officer; and alf.o to section 12 of the
traffic Regulations which provides for the
displaying of licenc s on motor vehicles.
C. M ROBERTS,
.THEu Inspector of weights and Measures will attend at the Police Stations men-
tioned below on the dates and at the times stated for the purpose of verifying all
weights, measures and weighing machines used in trade in the various districts
stated hereunder :-
COLIHAUT -Friday, 8th May, 1953, from 9 a m. to 12 noon
DELICES -Tuesday, 16th June, ,, ,, 8 a.m. ,, 11 a.m.
LA PLAINE -Wednesday, 17th ,, ,, 8 a.m. ,, 11 a m.
ROSALIE -Thursday, 18th ,, ,, ,, 8 a.m. ,, 1 a m.
CASTLE BRUCE--Friday, 19th ,, ,, 8 a.m. ,, 11 a.m.
MARIGOT -Monday, 22nd ,, ,, 8 a.m.,, 2 p m.
VIEILLE CASE -Tuesday, 23rd ,, ,, 9 a.m.,, 12 noon
PORTSMOUTH -Wednesday, 24th ,, ,, 9 am ,, 1 p.m.
-Thursday 25th ,, ,, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Persons in possession of weights etc. at Calibishie and Salybia will take them to
Marigot and those at Capuchin they will take them to Portsmouth,
C. M. ROBERTS,
Ag. Superintendent of Police.
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