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Government Gazette.

72.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1954 No. 26.

.1'OL. 72.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, MAY 35, 1954. [No. 26.


No. 122.
M/R. LAWRENCE CLYNE, has been appointed to
1 be an Auditor for the District of it. David's
under the Friendly Societies Ordinance (Cap. 93).
10th May, 1954.
.P. 1852.

No. 123. .
EJR. S. COARD; Acting Class II Clerk, Treasury
Sand Customs Department, has been confirm-
ed a Class II Clerk, with effect from 1st May, 1954.
.,15th May, 1954.
i:i. 388.

No. 124.
M R. BASIL MARRYSHOW, Acting Class II Clerk,
1J Treasury and Customs Department, has been
confirmed a Class II Clerk, with effect from 1st
May, 1954.
15th May, 1954.
P.F. 461.

No: 125.
MBR. L. M. SEOK, Acting Class II Clerk, Audit
IM Department, has been confirmed a Class II
Clerk, with effect from 1st May: 1954.
15th May, 1954.
P.P. 35J.

No. 126.
B. R.. COURTENAY, District Medical Officer, on
S7 months vacation leave with effect from 15th
May, 1954.
15th May, 1954.
P.F. 456.

No. 127.
MBR. H. C. ELLIS, Deputy Postmaster, has been
granted 41- weeks pre-retirement leave with-
effect from 19th May, 1964.
15th May, 1954.

P.P. 16.

No. 128.


B'. E A. M. PITT, Veterinary Officer, Grenada,
resigned his appointment with effect from
30th April, 1954.
.15th May, 1954.
P.P. 776.

No. 129.
IfHE Right Honourable the Secretary of State
for the Colonies has notified the Goveraor
that thle Queen will not be advised to exercise HerI
Majesty's power of disallowance with respect to the
following Ordinances of the Grenada Legislature:-
No. 9 of 1954.-An Ordinance to provide for the
Service of the Colony of Grenada for the-
year ending the thirty-firsf day of December,.
No. 12 of 1954.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Priedial Larceny Ordinance, 1952.
No. 13 of 1554.-An Ordinance to amend the
Immigration (Restriction) Ordinance, 1953.
No. 14 of 1954.-An Ordinance further to amend
the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordi-
nance, 1938.
No. 17 of 1954.-An Ordinance to amend the
Aliens (Land-Holding Regulation) Ordi-
nance, (Cap. 4).

15th May, 1954.

(7 d8Q2c8

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 15, 1544.-(No. 26)

No. 130.
THE following documents are circulated with and
form part of this Gazette :-
S.R. & O. No. 29.-The Sale of Licensable Produce
(Control) Proclamation, 1954.
S.R. & O. No. 30.-The Sale of Produce Pro-
clamation, 1954.
S.R. & 0. No. 31.-The Hotels Aid Proclamation,
S. R. & 0. No. 32.-The Hotels Aid Regulations,
By Ccnimand,
Acting (Uovernment Secretary,
Government Office,
15th May, 1954.


New Telephone System.

INFOR\IATION has been received from the
Secretary of State for the Colonies that a rep-
resentative of Messrs. Cable & Wireless Ltd. may
be expected to arrive in Grenada in early June.
The representative will be competent both to deal
with Government in the matter of the contractual
arrangements for the Colony's new Telephone
.System and to arrange for any further ground sur-
.vey which may be necessary.
Government Office,
3rd May, 1954.



The Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1938.

Regulation 22 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Traffic Regulations, 1938.

O WNERS of Public Service Vehicles (including
Motor Omnibuses and Hiring Cars) Goods
Vehicles and Trailers, are hereby notified that the
half-yearly inspection of these vehicles will com-
anence as follows:--
Tuesday, 1st June, 1954.
Tuesday, 15th June, 1954.
Tuesday, 22nd June, 1954.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Sauteurs Police Station :
Thursday, 3rd June, 1954.
Thursday, 17th June, 1954.
From 9.00.a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Victoria Police Station:
Tuesday, 8th June, 1954.
Monday, 21st June, 1954.
From 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
GoaJyave Police Station:
Tuesday, 8th June, 1954.
Monday, 21st June, 1954.
From 12 noon to 3 p.m.

St. George's Tratic Branchl, (Neto Fire Station):
Wednesday, 9th June, 1954.
Friday, 11th June, 19.54.
Friday, 18th June, 1954.
Friday, 25th June, 1954.
Tuesday, 6th July, 1954.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Ca'rriacoi Police .>.' :

Monday, 12th July, 1954, to
16th July. 1954.
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Friday, 16th

Owners of such vehicles are advised to pay
inspection fees from now onwards at their respec-
tive District Revenue Offices and then approach
the Inspector of Motor Vehicles at the Traffic
Office, New Fire Station, Carenage, St. George's,
in advance with a view to effecting any alterations
that may be necessary to comply with the
provisions of the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1938, and of the Regulations made
Vehicles must be presented in .a thoroughly
clean condition, and must have been recently
overhauled. The body and wings, axle, chassis,
frame, steering arms, springs, trackrods, brake
connections, shackles, bolts, nuts, split pins engine,
engine shield and case, clutch, gearbox, magneto
or coil, air filter, carburettor, and all working parts
must be cleaned in order to admit of proper ex-
amination. Dust covers, if used, must be removed
before presentation in order to admit of an
*examination being made in full. All split ping,
etc., must be clearly exposed, also chassis and
engine number. Drivers' seats must be securely
fastened so that the driver can have proper
control over the vehicle. Spot lights, musical
horns and whistles are strictly prohibited. Each
vehicle must have its tare and maximum gross
weight painted in white figures not less than
22 inches in height upon a black ground in a
conspicuous place on the right or offside of the
The registered Identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regulations
7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the Regula-
tions No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a condition as
to render each letter or figure readily distinguish-
able. The attention of owners of Motor Omnibuses
and Goods Vehicles is specially directed to Regula-
tions 23 (II) (a) regarding the position of front
lamps. Spot lights will not be allowed except with
the written approval of the Licensing Authority.
The attention of the owners of Hiring Cars and
Motor Omnibuses is directed to the Motor Vehicles
and Road Traffic (Amendment) Regulations, No. 6
of 1944, as amended by the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic (Amendment No. 2) Regulations,
No. 70 of 1946 which require that printed copies
of the Tariffs of Maximum Fares be displayed in
such Vehicles. These are now available arid may
be purchased at the Treasury, St. George's and at
any District Revenue Office, at 4 cents per copy.
Vehicles which have been found by the Inspector
to have defects must not be used on the road until
they have been issued with a Certificate, certifying
that the Vehicles may be duly licensed.

Licensing A authority.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 15, 1954.--(No. 26).


Department of Agriculture Cocoa Industry
Improvement Scheme.

INTERESTED persons are reminded that the
31st of 3lay, 19-1, is the closing date for
receiving applications for rooted clonal cacao
cuttings for planting in 19-55.
Applications received after the 31st of May shall
neither be considered nor acknowledged.
Application forms are obtaimnble from all
:agricultural stations and Revenue Officos.

Agricultural Superintendent and
Chairman Cocoa Rehabilitation Board.

*Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

PURSUANT to section 4 sub-section 13 (1) of
S The Nutmeg Industry (Amendment) Ordi-
nance 1949, a General Meeting of the Association
will be held at the Office of the Chamber of
Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday,
27th May, 1954, at 2 p.m. at which six members of
the Association are to be elected to the Board for
the ensuing Nttmeg Year.

16th April, 1954.


in the Suprema Court of the Windward
islands and Leeward Islands.
(Summary Jurisdiction).




D. A. HENRY for Appellant.
K. C. McMILLAN for Respondent.
THE appellant was on the 21st day of January,
1954, convicted by the Magistrate of the
Western District on the charges of using obscene
language to the annoyance of Ursula James,
contrary to section 138 (2) of the Criminal Code
Cap. 55, and of unlawfully assaulting Ursula
James contrary to section 81 (1) of the Criminal
Code (Cap, 55). Both offences were alleged to
have taken place at the same time on the 8th day
of January 1954 at the Queen Elizabeth Park in
the town of Victoria.
The appellant appealed on the ground that the
convictions were against the weight of evidence.
His Council at the hearing asked and obtained
leave to add the following ground of Appeal.
' That the convictions were bad in law because
the Magistrate heard both charges at the same
time without having obtained the consent of the
appellant so. to do," and he intimated that he
would argue this ground alone.
The omission of the Magistrate to inform the
appellant of his right to object to both cases being

heard together might make it appear that justice
has not been lone. This point has been discussed
at some length in the judgment just delivered in
the appeal of Lewis C. J. Thomas V. The Super-
intendent of Police and in accordance with that
judgment I find myself obliged to allow this
Appeal and to quash the two convictions against
the appellant.
(Sgd,) C. F. HENVILLE,
Acttii;n Puisne Jfudge.
11th May, 1954.

In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.

Suit No. 3 of 1954.


SuPT. OF POLICE, (Compl.)
G. E D. CLYNE for Appellant,
C. A. KELSICK (Acting Attorney



General) for

THE Appellant and others were charged before
the Magistrate of the Eastern District on the
following charges:-
1. For that the defendants on Wednesday
the 18th day of November, 19.)3, at their
licensed liquor shop situated at Paraclete,
in the Parish of St. Andrew's, within the
Eastern Police District, did purchase a
certain quantity of licensable produce, to
wit 10 lbs. of wet cocoa. Contrary to
section 13 ss. (1) (a) of the Sale of Produce
Ordinance, Cap. 207, of the Revised
Edition of the Laws of Grenada.
2. For that the defendants on Wednesday,
the 18th day of November, 1953, at a
licensed liquor shop situated at Paraclete
in the Parish of St. Andrew's, within the
Eastern Police District, did have in their
possession a certain quantity of licensable
produce, to wit, 10 lbs. of wet cocoa, and
failed to give a satisfactory account as to
how they came by the said licensable
produce. Contrary to Section 18 ss. (1)
of the Sale of Produce Ordinance, Cap.
207, of the Revised Edition of the Laws
of Grenada.
The charges were heard together, all dotendacts
pleaded not guilty and on the 4th day of December,
1953, the appellant was convicted on both charges
and the other accused were acquitted.
Section 13 (1) (a) of the Sale of Produce
Ordinance reads;
Any person, not being a licensed dealer,
who purchases any licensable produce shall,
subject to the exceptions hereafter appearing,
be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance:"
Section 18 (1) reads:-
If any revenue officer or constable, has
reasonable grounds for believing that licensable
produce is being sold contrary to the provisions
of this Ordinance, t shall be lawful for him to


enter the premises where lie has reason to
believe the. sale has taken or is taking place,
and to call upon the owner or the person in
possession of the premises to weigh and
account for the licensable produce found there-
in, and if he considers the acccnnt not satisfac-
tory, he may summon t e owner or person in
possession before a Magistrate'; and,.if the
defendant does not give an account to the
satisfaction of the Magistrate as to how he
came by the licensable produce he shall be
liable to imprisonment with or without hard
labour for six months."
It is now urged on behalf of the appellant that
the learned Magistrate, having found as a fact that
appellant had purchased the cocoa contrary to
section 13 (1) (a) and having convicted him there-
for was precluded from convicting him under section
18 (1) of having that same cocoa in his possession
and fail ng to give a satisfactory account of how he
cameby it. Appellant's Counsel submitted that to
allow both of these convictions in respect of the
same cocoa would be the same in principle as to
allow a person to be convicted of stealing and also
of dishonestly receiving the same article, and that
both convictions could not stand.
-This submissi-.n would be of great force if in fact
the gravamen of the charge uuder each section was
the same or substantially so; but this is not the
case. Under section 13 the offence, is that of pur-
cha-ing produce, without being a licensed dealer.
The offence under section 18 is not being able to
'satisfy the Magistrate that the produce, the subject
of a sale be it noted, was obtained in accordance
with the provisions of the Ordinance. For example
it might have been purchased on Sunday or at any
place other than the licensed premises or at any
time between six in the afternoon and six in the
forenoon of the next day, or from a person who did
not have a produce seller's book or it might have
been stolen produce. It would be immaterial to
the commission of any of these offences whether
the person were or.were not a licensed dealer, once
the Magistrate was satisfied that the produce
was bought under any of the circumstances set
out above. Or to put the matter in another
way, the mere fact that the produce was bought
by the appellant is not a good defence to a charge
under section 18 unless the appellant was able to
give an account to the satisfaction of the Magistrate
as to how he came by it: an "account to the
satisfaction of the Magistrate" must and can only
mean an account that is consistent with innocence.
SIt appears from the record that these charges
were heard together but there is nothing to show
whether the appellant consented to they being
so heard together. It would not be right to infer
this consent merely because the record shows nc
note of any objection having been taken. In -my
view the omission'of the Magistrate to inform the
appellant that he had a right to object, is such an
omission as might make it appear that justice has
not been done and although this point was not
taken on appeal it is of -such fundamental impor-
tance that I think it my duty although with -some
reluctance, to uphold the appeal and quash both

(Sgd.) C. F. HENVILLE,
Acting Puisne Judge.
11th May, 1954.

In the Supreme Court of the Windward
Islands and Leeward Islands.

(Summary Jurisdiction).





Responded t

for Appellant
for Iespondent.

The appellant was on the 26th day of January
1954 convicted by the Magistrate of the Eastern
District on the following complaint.
For that he, on Saturday the 28th day of
November, 1953, at Victoria Street in the
town of Grenville in the Parish of St. Andrew,
being the driver of a motor vehicle to wit
motor car P885, did drive the said motor
vehicle without 'due care and attention. Con-
trary to section 48 of the Motor Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance 1938".
Two other complaints were heard together with
the above, one brought by the respondent against-
the appellant for making use of insulting language
to the annoyance of Police Constable Neville
Remain on the same date and at the same place
set out in the first complaint and one brought by
the appellant against Police Constable Neville
Remain for making use of insulting language to the
annoyance of the appellant on the same date and
at the same place.
The last two complaints were dismissed.
The appellant has appealed on the grounds that
(1) the decisions were wrong in law because
the Magistrate tried three complaints at the
same time, because the alleged offences were
not committed under the same Ordinance,
because the parties were not the same because
the hearing was commenced in the absence of,
the appellant and without his consent.
(2) because the decisions in the first and
third cases were v, wrong and against the weight
of evidence.
Counsel for the appellant intimated that he did
not propose to argue the second ground of appeal.
In support of the firs' ground he submitted that
a Magistrate, being the creation of a statute has
no jurisdiction other than that given him by statute.
That the Criminal Procedure Code only gave him
authority to hear and determine one complaint at
a time. He referred to Section 71, 73 3) and 7-6
of the Criminal Procedure Code.
The effect of these Sections was, he submitted,
to preclude a magistrate from hearing more than
one complaint at a time even if the parties gavo
their consent.
1There was one exception to this for which
provision had been specifically made by section 83
of the Criminal Procedure Code. That section pro-
vided that where cross complaints are made by the
same parties with reference to the same matter,
the Court may, if it thinks fit, and if the parties
consent, hear and determine the Complaints at one
and the same time.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 15, 1954.--(No. 26).

SHe submitted that the maxim expression unius
exclusio alterius" applied and the existence of this
section strengthened the submission referred to
above as to the authority of a magistrate to hear
more than one complaint at the same time.
Section 73 (3) of the Criminal Code which pro-
vides that "every such complaint shall be for one
offence" is substantially the same as the provision
in Section 10 of the Summary Jurisdiction Act
1848 (11 & 12 Vict C 43) that "every such com-
plaint shall be for one matter of complaint only".
It will be observed',that in each case the section
does not refer to the hearing of a charge or com-
plaint but only deals with the institution of the
charge or complaint. It is well settled that where
two or more offences are charged in one summons
or complaint the summons or complaint is bad and
should be dismissed unless the prosecutor elects to
proceed with one charge only (Edward v. Tones
(1947) 1 All E.R. 830) but as Lord Goddard O.J.
points out in Edward v Jones, at page 832, 1"If
there are two informations against a defendant oil
which the facts are very much the same, :it is, of
course, open to the defendant to agree to the two
summonses being heard at once, .this is constantly
done".. I do not think I can go astray if I am guided
by this dictum and I hold that there is nothing to
prevent a magistrate in the circumstances mentini-
ed by Lord.Goddard hearing two or more separate
complaints together if the defendant consents.
There can be no doubt-that the MAagistrate had
jurisdiction over the offences with which the
appellant was charged. It is clear that lie could
have heard these charges separately and I have
held that with the consent of the appellant he
could have heard them simultaneously inasmuch as
tie facts in each case arose out of the same incident.
The appellant took no objection to the charges
against him being heard in this manner but there
is nothing on the record to indicate that he con-
SThe failure: of the magistrate to obtain the
consent of the appellant to the hearing of these
two charges at the same time was, in my view an
error. A further error on the part of the magis-
trate was the hearing, at the same time, of another
complaint brought by the appellant, against a third
person who was not a party to the other proceed-
ings. I have to consider whether or not these
errors are such as will render the appellant's
conviction invalid.
'un coming to a decision on this matter I bear
well in mind the fundamental importance cf the
principle that not only must justice be done, .but it
must appear to be done. It is therefore not neces-
sary for me to decide whether. in actuality the
defendant was deceived or mislead or whether a
fair trial of the charges against him was prejudiced
by the errors made by the Magistrate, it is suffi-
cient if I come to the conclusion.that these errors
made it appear that justice was not done, "Noth-
ing is to he done which creates even a suspicion
that there has been an improper interference with
the course of justice."
Now, to hear two complaintsa.t one and the.
same time without the consent of a defendant.
might very well embarrass, mislead" or-deceive
himn, and when in addition and at the same time
another complaint against a third person is also
heard, embarrassment and confusion might become

" worse comfounded" in such an atmosphere as
existed in this case it is not possible to hold that
justice appeared to be done.
For this reason, and with some reluctance, as
the appeal has little, if any, merit I have come to
the conclusion that the conviction of the appellant
must be quashed.
(Sgd.) 0. F. HENVILLE,
Acting Puisne Judge.
11th May, 1954.


Vacancies for Government Medical.
Officers, Medical Department,
British Guiana.

rTHERE are vacancies for Government Medical
J Officers in the Medical Department of British
Guiana, and applications are invited for appoint-
ment to these posts. Appointment will be either
.on contract for thre:3 years in the first instance, or,
to the pensionable establishment subject to sa'tis-
factory service during a probationary period of two
2. An officer appointed on contract will normally
be granted, on the satisfactory completion of his.
resident service, a gratuity equivalent to 22j-% of
Ilis basic salary in British Guiana calculated in
respect of each c-mpleted period of three months
service, including approved leave. If, however, he
follows his contract service with a pensionable
colonial appointment, he will be given the option
either to receive the gratuity earned under his con-
tract (or contracts) or to have the period of contract
service counted as qualifying service for pension,
3. The salary of a Government Medical Officer
is 750 x 30-900x 50- 1,000 1 x 50-1,200
per annum. Passing the bar !! at 1,000 per
annum is contingent upon the officer either 'holding
an accepted post-graduate qualification or on his
undertaking approved post-gradu tte studies leading
to a higher qualification, e.g., in Public Health.
In addition a temporary (non-pansionable) coit-
of-living allowance of 50 par annam is p-yable.
S4. Free passages to British Guianiu will be pro-
vided on first appointment for the officer, his wife-
and children, not exceeding five persons in all;
children to be under 18 years of ago. .Vcation
leave is earned at the rate of 5 days for each com-
pleted north of resident service up to a maximum
of'6 months subject to the completion of a mini-
mum tour of service of 2 years. If married, the
officer will also be eligible for the grant of assisted
passages for himself and wife when granted leave of
absence subject to the provision of funds annually
by thle Legislative Council and to the requirements
of the Public Officers Leave (Passages) Regulations
5. Free quarters or an allowance of 100 per
annum in lien are provided for medical officers
attached to institutions. In districts, where un-
furnished Government quarters are available, rent
is payable for such quarters at the rate of 10% of
the officer's salary. Furniture is obtained locally.
6. The person appointed will be required to
perform the usual duties of a Government Medical

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, MAY 15, 1954.-fNo. 26)

Officer under the supervision of the Director of
Medical Services, at any public medical institution
or in any part of the Colony. He will in the first
instance be detailed for duty to one of the Public
Hospitals under the supervision of an experience
medical officer.
He will be -frequired to give his services
voluntarily to the Infant Welfare and Maternity
League and in connexion with the Society for the
prevention and treatment of Tuberculosis in what-
ever district he may be serving.
7. Qualifications required for appointment to the
post are a Degree or Diploma in Modicine and
Surgery registrable under the Medical Acts of the
Imperial Parliament.
The candidate should not normally be over the
aige of 35 years.

'Vacancy for a History Mistress at the Bishops'
High School for Girls Georgetown,
British Guiana.

APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
S qualified persons for appointment to the post
of History Mistress, Bishops' High School for
Girls, British Guiana.
2. The duties are to teach mainly History,
including sixth form work to the standard of the
Advanced Level of the General Certificate of
Education of London University. The person
appointed will Le expected to take part in some of
the extra-curricular activities of the school in
addition to her teaching duties.
3: A University degree in History is required,
and preferably an hcnours degree with at least two
years' teaching experience in a Grammar School.
A teacher's diploma would be an additional qualifi-
cation. A candidate who has good experience in
dramatic work or one who is able to coach tennis
or hockey should receive special consideration.
4. The salary is on the scale 500-x 25-62.5
per annum, the commencing salary being determin-
ed by the candidate's experience and qualification.
It is expected that a general revision of salaries
will take place in the near future.
5. In the case of a person born either in British
Guiana or in the British West Indies the appoint-
ment would normally be pensionable subject to the
candidate's. medical fitness and to satisfactory
service during a probationary period of three years,
but the successful candidate could, if she so preferr-
.ed, be appointed on the terms stated in paragraph
6 hereunder which are applicable to an appointee
who is neither a British Guianese nor a British
West Indian.
6. A non-Guianese or a non-West Indian would
be 'appointed on a three-year contract and on the
satisfactory conclusion of her period of service she
would be paid a gratuity calculated at the rate of
221% of basic salary for each. completed period of
three months' service, including approved leave.
7. The Mistress selected for appointment will be
subject to the Colonial Regulations and to local
'General Orders and instructions in force for the.
time being in so far as they are applicable.

8. A British Guianese or British West Indian
appointee who elected to be placed on the Pension-
able Establishment would be eligible for vacation
leave at the rate of five days for each completed
month of resident service up to a maximum of six
months, subject to her completion of a minimum
tour of service of two years and subject also to the
provision of funds annually by the Legislative
Council and to the requirements of the Public-
Officers Leave (Passages) Regulations, 1952"
9. If recruited for service on contract, the
Mistress would also be provided at the Colony s
expense with a passage back to the country from
which she was recruited on the satisfactory com-
pletion of her contract. She would also earn
vacation leave on the same basis as laid down in
paragraph 8 above for officers on the pensionable
10. Applications should be submitted to the
Headmistress, Bishops High School for Girls,
British Guiana, not later than the 1st of July, 1954.
In .the case of persons resident in the United
Kingdom, applications should be submitted to the
Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and
11. Copies and not originals of certificates and
testimonials should be submitted.
(M.P. 35/21/2'2/7 Iv).

Vacant Posts of Staff Nurses-Health
Department (T.B. Division) Trinidad and

PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
!A as Staff Nurses in the Tuberculosis Division
of the Health Department, Trinidad and Tobago.
2. Appointment is subject to medical fitness
and on agreement for two years in the first instance
with salary in the scale $720-$1,152 per annum
plus a Cost of Living Allowance. A commencing
salary above the minimum may be paid according
to post-graduate experience. In addition it is
likely that as a result of a salary regrading which
will be undertaken this year the emoluments cf
the post may be increased.
3. Hostel accommodation including free meals,
free uniforms and laundering, is provided. Leave
facilities in accordance with local regulations will
be applicable.
4. Candidates are required to possess the
General Nursing Certificate of a Colonial Medical
Hospital, or an equivalent certificate and must
be between 23 and 40 years of age. Preference
will be given to candidates with experience in
nursing tuberculosis cases,
5. Passage to Trinidad and return passage at
the termination of the agreement will be paid by
the Trinidad Government.
6. Applications should be submitted to the
Director of Medical Services, Trinidad, and should
reach him not later than the 15th June, 1954.
Copies and not originals of testimonials or certifi-
cates should be submitted.



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GOVERN MEINT GAZETTE, MAY 15, 1954.-(No. 26).



NOTIC1 is hereby given that a Quarterly Licensing Session for St. Andrew's for the hearing of
i applications, for the granting of Certiticates under the abovo Ordinance, will be held at the Court
House, Grenville, on Thiosday, the,23Cth da'y of Mlay, 1954, at 10 o'clock a.m. in the forenoon.

Particulars of applications for New Ceitificates.

N:mnc of Applic:ant. i O()p;t ion Residence Description of promises sought to be licensed.
Phenias Neckles ... Shcemaker Bellevue Wooden building at Bellevue
Stollmyer Jeffrey ... Conference Wooden building at Conference
Lawrence Alexander ... Proprietor Lower Capitol Wall and wooden building, Lower Capitol
Ellen Calliste ... Paradise Wall and wooden building at Paradise

Magistrate's Office, B. F. DIAS,
St. George s, Magistrate, Eastern District.
6th May, 1954.

Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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

Area Date Place Time

St. George ... 7th May, 1954 Beaulieu R. C. School 6,00 p.m.
St. Mark ... 10th May, ,, Anglican School 7.00 p.m.
St. Andrew ... 10th May, Anglican Church Hall 4.30 p.m.
St. John ... llth May, ,, Grand Roy Government School 5.00 p.m.
St. Patrick ... llth May, ,, Anglican School 5.00 p.m.
St. David ... lth May, ,, Thebaide R. C. ScMool 5.00 p.m.

Agenda for General Meeting of the Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association to be held at the
Chamber of Commerce, Carenage, St. George's, on Thursday, 27th May, 1954, at 2 v.m.
.1. Minutes of the last General Meeting.
2. Report of the Nutmeg Board.
3. Consideration of remuneration to producers (with approved drying accommodation) df
not less than 10,000 lbs. dry Nutmegs per annum delivered direct to the Association.
4. Financial Statement for the Half Year ended 31st December, 1953.
5. Election of six members to the Nutmeg Board for the ensuing Nutmeg Year.
6. General Business.

h april, 19Secretary.
26th April, 1954.


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Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.


Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

GRADES Advt.nrc

Green 8 Cents

Dry 12 do.

Cracked Grinders 6 do.

Dried Whole Mace 50 do.

Dried Broken Mace 2+ do.

Mace Pickings 6 do,

In increasing the advances as above, the Board has taken cognisance of a gener.4 request from
producers for a larger advance though this may result in a lesser surplus at the end of the Nutmeg
F. C.. If UHIES,

Date fixed 26th April, 1954. "


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Statutory Rules and Orders:
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