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Publication Date: July 21, 1956
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Government Gazette.

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VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1956. [No. 43.


No. 218.
August Public Holidays.
T is hereby notified for general information that
MIondl'/!i and Tuesday, the 6th and 7!h Ai lust,
respectively will be observed as Public Holidays,
and not the 1st and 2nd .august as recorded in
error in the Grenada Almanac 1956.
19th July, 1956.

No. 219.
Ex-Servicemen's Loan Committee.
T is hereby notifi-d for general information that
the following persons have been appointed
members of thioe Ex-cervicemen's o1,ns Com-
mittee :-
V. O. WILrIAMS, Esq.,
J. W. FLETCHER, Esq., M.B.IE.,
W. A. BRANca, Esq.,
H. A. McKnt, Esq., J.P.,
J. V. REDHEAD, Esq., ..P.,
Air Commander F. L. PEAiCE,
L. V. DEGALE, Esq.
21st July, 1956.
M.P. 615/3 B.

No. 220.
Carriacou Land Settlement and Development
W ITH reference to (Gazette Notice No. 167 of
S6th June, 1956, it is hereby notified for
public information that the appointments mention-
ed therein took effect from the 22n' J. nuary,
20th July 1956.
M.P. 2023.

No. 221.
R. A. XAVIER, has been appointed to act as
Labour Inspector, with effect from 16th
July, 1956.
21st July, 1956.
P F. 88.

No. 292.
. R. V. J. L. Buxo, Class I Clerk, has beeni
Granted 91 days vacation leave with effect
from 14th July, 1956.
21st July, 1956.
P.F. 36'.

No. 223.
I District Revenue Office, Carriacou, hais been
transferred to the Registry, St. George's, with effect.
from 16th July, 1956.
21st July, 19:6.
P.F. 542.

No. 224.


Notice No. 213 is hereby cancelled.

By Command,

for Administrator.

Government Office,
21st July, 1956.
P.F. 277.



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.)


T is hereby notified for public information that
the following articles have been transferred
from the Token Import Scheme and may be
imported on world open general licences:-
Leaf tobacco,
Fresh apples,
Chemical fertilisers, and
Calcium carbide.

Ministry of Trade and Production,
4th July, 1956.


ITHROUGH the kind facilities of the British
S Council, Mr. Arnold Bonner, Resident Tutor,
Loughborough Co-operatives College, will pay a
visit to this Colony on or about the 31st July next,
for a period of seven days.
2. Mr. Bonner was born at Rochdale in
Lancashire, a town now famous as the birthplace
of the Co-operative Movement. His family was
one of those who began the movement and who
are known in history as the Rochdale Pioneers".
3. Since 1930, he has been a tutor at the Co-
operative College, Loughborough. He is today
Resident Tutor, specialising in overseas co-operation
and being in charge of overseas students. He is
thoroughly familiar with development in co-opera-
tion outside the United Kingdom, having visited
many centres in the European countries. In 1951,
he undertook a lecture tour in Jamaica and in 1954
lectured throughout the Eastern Caribbean. Both
these tours were under the auspices of the British
Council. As a national expert on the Co-operative
Movement, he contributed to the British Council
Study Booklet entitled Consumer's Co-operation
in Britain".
4. In addition to lecturing on co-operative sub-
jects throughout the British Isles and contributing
articles to various co-operative journals, Mr. Bonner
has written numerous books and pamphlets of
which the following are among the best known:
What the Rochdale Centenary Celebrates".
"The Co-operative Way to Peace and Social
"Economic Planning and the Co-operative
5. It is proposed that Mr. Bonner will deliver
several lectures to the public and further details in
this connexion will appear in the local newspapers

Ministry of Trade and Production,
16th July, 1956.


1EALED Tenders are invited for the lease of
Sthe existing Aquatic Club buildings known as
the Morne Rouge Beach Club and the Annex,

situate on the Grand Anse Beach, for a period of
one year as follows:-
The Aquatic Club: A wooden building ap-
proximate coverage 5,000 sq. ft. The
ground floor comprises cubicles, water
closets, etc., and the first floor a dancing
hall and lounge.
The Annex : A wooden building with ground
floor cubicles and two rooms on the upper
floor- approximate coverage 520 sq. ft.
2. The successful tenderer will be expected to
operate a snack-bar, facilities for night-time enter-
tainment and such other attractions as are conducive
to tourist development.
3. Payment in respect of this lease must be made
made quarterly in advance and the tenancy may
be terminated on three months' notice given in
writing by either party prior to the date of normal
expiration of the lease.
4. Envelopes containing tenders marked "Tender
for the lease of the Morne Rouge Beach Club "
should be addressed to th the Chairman, Tenders
Board, and should reach him not later than noon
Saturday 31st July, 19,'6.

Ministry of Trade and Production.
17th July, 1956.



TO frICEI is hereby given that the undermentiored
.i persons having become defaultars under the
Water Sipply Ordinance, (Cap. 240 of the Laws)
in respect of Water Rates levied for the St.
George's District Board, the properties shown
opposite their names will be offered for sale at
Public Auction on Friday, the 3rd August, 1956,
at the Treasury, St. George's, at 1.30 p.m. for the
recovery of the rates due thereon for the year
1955 and previous years.

Financial Secretary.
T:easury Department,
St. George's,
July, 1956.


Liescrlpt moi
Situation. of

Abder, Louise Green Street 1 house
Alexander, Albert G. Williamson ld. do
Allen, Millicent Lucas Street do
Antoine, McDonald Rivei Road do
Bain, James A. Villa A. do
Baird, Dorothy Green Street do
Belgrave, Doris River Road do
Bennet', lnez Maloney Str. do
Bullen, Tennyson Villa V. do
Cudogan, Peroy Briggs Alley d(
Caesar, Norbert Williamson Rd. do
Cape, Rupert Whitehall do
Charlef, Mr.. Valentire Grenville Str. do


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.)


Cihase. Wilhlmena
Clara, L. J.
Clarke, Louisa
Ccard, Allan E. B.
Cochrane, Mavis
Co ,iJsiong, Mr-. J.

Decni ption
Situations 4 ,t

\W iilij;]lM, lI fd.
Green Street
River load
Grenivlle Str.
Woolwich Rd.

G. M. Gore Street
Cox, Daniel R.ver Road
Cox, Est. E. B. Lu-.s Street
Cronry, Elizabeth Whitelil
David, Alplih si, L/lthers Line
De Freitas, Francis River Ro:ad
Donovan, W. O'Brien Tyrrel Street
lottin, Clilton &
Harriet Scott Street
Douglas, Margaret Tytrel Street
Dowe, Amaphine Briggs Alley
Duncan, Loris St. J.ille Str.
Earie, Hilda & D.
Croney Grenville Str.
Edwards, Mary &
Edwards, Richardson River Road

Emran. el, GrunoIy St. John'i S
Feaguson, Cynthia Tyrrel Sire
Ferguscn, Est. Jainrs H/borough
Ferg:ison, Nathanijl (lrenvillo S
Frinice, griNes H/b'lrough L
Fran co, Est. ,John Halifax S:re
Frederick, Gaorge Si.. Jomn's S
Frederick, Geo: ge Maloney St
tceorge, Rosana River Road
George, Margaret Wilhlan ion I
Geirge, Est. Septimus River Ro:ad
Gibbes, Arthur Villa. A
Gibles, A rhu'r St. John's S
Gitteus, Emeriso:- S. L/thers Lan
GiillithI, Elaiino Te::pe
Henry, Georg Ca.ieag. -
Her ry, Ma;ie (l. en S: reo
Hiniis, A ngelitca River ] toad
.Hinds, Marcus A. do
Hindz, Marcus A. Grenville SI
Hinds, Marcus A. do
Hinds, Marcus A. Willi:mson I
Hood, Eugenia River Road
Hood, Mloses do
Hood, Septimus do
Husband, C. A. Halifax Str
James, Enielda, Williamsoiin
.James, Harford River Road
John, Thomas Grenville S
Johns'.n, Dudley F. Luc is Stree
Johnson, Ve:onica Tyrel S're
Joseph, Georgo River R ind
J;sep'h, George H/boroiugh S
Joseph, George (ranby Str
La Crete. Mary River Road
La Qua, James do
La Qua, James Melville St.
Lashley, James T\yrel Stre
,Lashley, JEst. John Green Stre,
Layne, Anna E. Woolwich
Mahon, Elsa Maloney St
Maitland, Edward Grenville S
Manns, Lovena Tyrrel Stre
Marecheau, Felecia St. Juille S
Marecheau, Est.
Prosper River Ro:d
Mark, Elvira Moi tley

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Mayers, Floretta Green Street
Mitchell, Mary -River Road
Mitchell, Moses Briggs Alley
Mitchell, Moses Tyrrel Street
Mitchell, Olive Church Street
Modeste, Hildred &
Lena Gore Str et
Modeste, Est.,

I house

2 houses
I house


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2 houses
1 house

Trustees Gr:-nby Street 1 house
Slinger, D. M. &
lj. A. P. Granby Slreet do

Slinger, i). Halifax Street
S inger, David & Co. (Granby Street
Slinger, L. D. Lucas Street
Slinger, Est. Jane F. Granby Street
Smith, Emily St. Juille Str.
Smith, James Williarson Rd,
Spiller, Est. Florence Green Street
Spiller, F. L. M. Tyrrel Street
Spillei, F. L. M, Luces Street
Steele Osborne Ol0 Fort
St. Bernard, irene River Road
St. John, Victoria &
Others Grenville Str.

Strachan, Ma;ud
Sylvester, K. L.
Sylvester, Eva
Taitt, Judith
Tai:t, Fred
Taylor, Edith &
Teka, Kennedy
Templeman, Celena
Thomas, Kenrcek
Tobin, Jonas
Wallace, Melta
Wells, lEst. Julia
Williiams, Clarabella
Wiltshire, Aubrey

St. Juille Str.
Woolwich Rd.
Villa A.
Villa B.

Lucas Street

Woolwich Rd.
Maloney Str.
Villa B.
River Road
River Road
Melville Str.
River Road
Williamson Rd.


Pirop' rtv

1 house


2 houses
1 lot

Hildred do
Moses, Elmiua Melville Street
Mo-es, Me. Donald River Road
Munro, Cenil Gun Chuch Street
lunro, Cuthbert River Road
le Burnie, Theophilus Park Lane
McEwen, Est. Joseph River Rood
Mc Millan. Christiana do
Noel, Rebecca River Road
Noel, Everest do
Nunez, Emmeline Gore Street
Olivietre, Watsi-n Tanteen
Philbert, Leonard St. John's St.
Phillip, Inez Green Street
Phillip, Lenuox H do
Phillip, Septimus River Rond
Pritchard, Lewis Tyrrel Street
Puicell, L. A. Cross Street
Renwick, Vera River Ro d
Roberts, Benjami,, Williamson Rd.
Roderiques, Carlos Carenage
Rose, Frederick Piver Road
Ross, Veta Williamso' Rd.
Rcugie', (,eo. Alfred Luc(a Street
Silhab, Est., Dora Sc-tt Street
Scipio, Est., P. G. Woolwicl Rd.
Scipio, Est., P. (-. Can tnage
Sales, Elizabeth Lucas Street
hU.aer, 1). E. L.

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.)


The Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1938.

Inspection of Motor Vehicles for the half-year
period, 1st July to 31st December, 1956.

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

OWNERS 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-
mence as follows :-
St. George's Police Station :
Monday, 18th June, 1956.
Tuesday, 24th June, 1956.
Tuesday, 3rd July, 1956.
Tuesday, 10th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Grenville Police Station :
Thursday, 28th June, 1956.
Thursday 5th July, 1956.
Thursday, 12th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Sauteurs Police Station :
Friday, 29th June, 1956.
From'9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Friday, 6th July, 1956.
Friday 13th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily.

Gouyave Police Station :
Monday, 25th June, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Monday, 2nd July, 1956.
From 12.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Victoria Police Station :

Monday, 2nd July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.
Monday, 9th July, 1956.
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

Carriacou Police Station :

Vehicles must be presented in a thoroughly clean
condition, and must haxe been recendy 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, mangeto or coil, air
filter, carburettor, and all working parts must be
cleaned in order to admit of proper examination.
Dust covers, if used, must be removed before pre-
sentation in order to admit of an examination being
made in full. All split pins, etc., must be clearly
exposed, also chassis and engine numbers. 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 wieght painted in white figures
not less than 2U inches in height upon a black
ground in a conspicuous place on the right or
offside of the vehicle.

The registered identification marks on all
vehicles must conform to provisions of Regu-
lations 7, 8 and 9 and the Second Schedule to the
Regulations No. 35 of 1938, and be in such a con-
dition as to render each letter or figure readily
distinguishable. The attention of owners of
Motor Omnibuses and Goods Vehicles is specially
directed to Regulations 23 (II) (a) regarding the
position of fronc lamps. Spotlights 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) Regu-
lations, 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 and may be purchased at the Treasury,
Sc. 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 roads
until they have been issued with a Certificate,
certifying tnat the Vehicles may be duly licensed.

Financial Secretary,
Licensing Authority.
23rd, May, 1956.


Monday, 23rd July to Friday, 27th July, 1956. HE following has been seized for breach of the
From 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. daily, IT Customs Ordinance:-

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
Branch, New 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 1938,
and of the Regulations made thereunder.

At the Port of St. George.
(1) One 12 ft. 6 ins. open Row Boat.

Financial Secretary.
Treasury & Customs Department,
St. George's,
11th July, 1956.



CAP. 240.

OTICE is hereby given that Assessment Lists
in respect of the Town of St. George may be
seen at the Treasury, and in respect of the other
Towns at the respective District Revenue Offices
from the first day of May to the 31st day of July,
next, and that attendance will be given at such
offices for the purpose of receiving the rates
mentioned in the said Assessment Lists.

The Treasury,
6th April, 1956.

Financial Secretary.



T is notified for the information of farmers that
the fertilisers ordered by the Government for
resale to growers is expected shortly-the first
shipment of 600 tons of 8-15-25 is expected per
" Egaa" which is due to arrive here on or about
13th July, and the remainder of the order will
arrive towards the end of July.
The following fertilizers have been ordered
Mixture 8: 15: 25: recommended fcr general
use with Cocoa, Bananas, and Coconuts. Estimated
selling price $189 per long ton or $18.90 per bag
of 2 cwt.
Mixture 12: 8: 24: recommended for general use
with Sugarcane : Estimated selling price $184 per
long ten or $18.40 per bag of 2 cwt.
Sulphate of Ammonia, '-' I.N -2), Triple Super-
phosphate (40% w s. P2 05) and Sulphate of Potash
(48/49'Y K 20) have also been ordered for special
purpose' and for amending tie standard mixtures
to suit iar:icular requirements. Estimated selling
prices ;.re as follows :
Sulphate of Annncnia: Sl144 per long ton or
S14.40 per bag of 2

Triple Superphosphate:

Sulphate of Potash :

S172 per long ton or
$17.-.0 per bag of 2
S 150 per lon:i ton or
S15.00 per lag of 2

It is most desirable on account of the shortage
of storage accoimun,dation at St. George's, that per-
sons requiring sizeab:e quantities of fer:ilser
should arrange to take delivery :.r //uitfr on arrival
of the manures.
In the case of person': who wili account for the
fertilizers under Rehabilitation Loan Scheme '" ",
an L.P.O. for the fertilisers required should be
obtained from the Central Agricultural Rehabilita-
tion Committee Ottice and presented to the Ofilcer
in charge of landing the fertilizers.
A rebate of 75c. per bag will be allowed to
anyone taking delivery of fertilisers er lx!ht:'r.
Spierintrmlent of Ac.riculture.
Department of Agriculture,
Grenada, B W.I.,
6th July, 19W%.


Sale of Fertilisers.

I-1ARMERS are hereby notified that fertilizers
- recently arrived will be for sale at the under-
mentioned places during the hours of 8.00 a.m. and
12.00 noon on Friday in each week until further
Gouyave, Victcria, Sauteurs, Carriere,
Grenville, Grand Bacolet, La Sagesse.
2. At present the mixture 8 : 15 : 25 : recom-
mended for general use with Cocota,3Bananas and
nutmegs is available at $189 per ton or $18.90
per bag of 2 Cwt. Smaller quantities, not less
that 10 lb., will be available at 10 cents per lb.,
the purchaser to supply the container.
3. Other fertilisers are expected towards the
end of July.

Superintendent of Agriculture.
Botanic Gardens,
J 7th July, 1956.


EX-SERVICEMEN are hereby notified that
S Government has formed a Committee and has
provided it with limited funds to grant to Ex-
Servicemen in the form of small loans for thu
purpose of assisting them to earn a living or to
improve their earning capacity.
All Ex-Servicemen who desire help under this
scheme should apply to the Secretary, Ex-Service-
men's Loans Committee, in care of the Labour
Department, not later than 9th Auiiust, 1956.
Applica'~ions should state the purpose for which
the loan is intended and the manner of the pro-
posed repayment thereof.


1''.c-Sc'rrceien's Loo ti 'o;ntiltlre.

General Certificate of Examination.

[TrilS e::a;iiination will be held in November of
I thiY. year.
2. Tei entry I- feo -; a subject at Orlinary level
is ten shillings and for a subject at Advanced level
is (lone pound.
3. Besides tie above, a local fee of Four Dollars
mu., Ihe p:id into the Treasury, an, forwarded
with t.!ea applications for entry. Candidates taking
a Science subject requiring a practical examination
must pay a aladditioral Four Dollars for each
4. The closing date for entries to be received for
the November Examination is July 31st, 1956.

Local Secretar!y.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.)


Rifle Range, Queen's Park, St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.I.

IT is hereby notified for general information that
the Rifle Range at Queen's Park, St. George's,
will be used for Rifle practice on Tuesday, 17th
July, 1956, and continuing daily from 7.00 a.m. to
12.30 p.m. until further notice.
2. When firing is in progress, and for one hour
before hand, RED FLAGS will be flown on either
side of the BUTTS on the D'ARBEAU HILL.
This signal indicates that it is DANGEROUS to
approach or remain in the vicinity of the Rifle
Range, and all persons frequenting the area are
HEREBY WARNED to keep clear of it, and
owners of stock to remove their animals from it.

Acting Chief of Polije.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
S Grenada, B.W.I.
16i'h July, 1955.


Total British Caribbean
Currency Notes
Demonetized Trinidad & Tobago
Government Notes
outstanding ... $81,
Demonetized British
Guiana Government
Notes outstanding... 297,5
Demonetized Barbados
Government Notes
outstanding ... 75,t
Total demonetized Government
Notes outstanding .
Total Circalation on
1st June, 1956.







Errcctive Commissioner,
British Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Trinidad, B.W.I

Statement Showing British Caribbean Coin
Circulation in the British Caribbean Terri-
tories (Eastern Group) on 1st June, 1956.

Under the Registration of Births and Deaths Average circulation during April, 1956,
Ordinance. $1,643,200.00.

r 1]HE otlioe of the Registrar-General shill bI
L open to the public from 10 a m. to 12 noon,
and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. every day except
Sunday and Public Holidays and from 10 a.m.
to 12 noon only on Saturdays.
Applications for Certificates should be made two
days in advance.
Reivistrar- Gene ral.

Statement of Currency Note Circulation
in the British Caribbean Territories
(Eastern Group) on 1st June, 1956.

Average circulation during April, 1956: British
Caribbean Currency Notes ... $57,507,879.00
Demonetized Government
Notes outstanding ... 1,202,413.00
British Caribbean Currency Notes
in circulation on 1st June, 1956:

Trinidad & Tobago
British Guiana
St. Vincent
St. Lucia
St. Kitts

S 504,400.00
S 326,405.00()

British Caribbean
June, 1956:-
Trinidad & Tobago
Barbados ...
British Guiana
Grenada ...
St. Vincent ...
St. Lucia ...
Dominica ...
Antigua ...
St. Kitts ...
Proof sets issued in
Kingdom ...

Coins in circulation 1st

... $

.e U


.. 1,776-50



.Executive Co)nmissitoner,
Bitiish Caribbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, B.W.I.

SPPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
1t Manager and Programme Director of the
Windward Islands Broadcasting Service, particulars
of which are as follows:-
Appointment: The post is non-pensionable
and the appointment will be up to and including
the 31st March, 1959, in the first instance. Vaca-
tion leave earned in respect of this service will


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.)

be subject to the Colonial Regulations, the local
General Orders, and the Financial and Stores IRules
so far as they are applicable.
Salary: The salary ot the post is at the race
of $6,480 (l1,350) per annunm.
Allowances: Travelling and subsistence
allowances are payable in accordance with local
regulations in respect of approved travel on duty.
Quarters: governmentt quarters are not pro-
Passages: Free first class passages to Grenada
will be provided for the officer, his wife and children,
not exceeding five persons in all; children to he
under 18 years (fr age, unmarried and dependent
on the officer. Free return passages will also be
provided on the satisfactory completion of the
period of engagement.
Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation leave
will be granted at the rate of one week for each
m)inpleted period of three months resident service;
sucl leave to Ie taken on the satisfactory termina-
tion of the officer's engagement.
Duties : The Broadcasting Station will be
operated as a sub-deparitment of Government and
the officer will he responsible for its financial and
general mana aieme.iit. He will be required to
supervise all programmes, and will he expected to
undertak- such duties in connection with broadcast-
ing as ti, e governorr may, from time to time, direct.
Qual:iications : Applicants should have broad-
casting experience particularly in script writing
auld production of radio programmes, as well as
good administrative experience and ability. They
should also possess it s;ulid knowledge of conditions
in thie ('aribbean Area and should lie familiar with
current world events. Knowledge of copyright
laws and: the 1,!ws of libel and slander, though not
essential. wonli Ie an asset to the applicant.
Medical Department: Free medical attend
ance and medicines are not provided.
Taxation : All Government officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars of candidates
qualifications and experience and accompanied by
two testimonials which will not be returned, should
be addressed to the Chief Secretary, WVindward
Islands, Grenada, and should reach him not later
than tihe 31.t JulOY, 1966.



i PPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
V1 the post of Land Surveyor, Public Works
Department, St. Vincent, particulars of which are
as follows:-
Appointment: The Post is pensionable, and
the appointment carries with it the liability to
transfer to any post of equivalent status within the
Windward Islands. The officer will be subject to
the Colonial Regulations and local General Orders
for the time being in force so far as they are
Salary : Tl.e salary of the post is at the rate of
$3,240 per annum in the scale ,)3,240 x 120-$4,320
per annum. Payment of salary at a higher point
in the scale will depend on the candidate's quali-
eications and experience.

QQuarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passages: Free first class passages to St.
Vincent will be provided for the officer, his wife
and children not exceeding live persons in all;
children should he under 18 years of age, unmarried
and dependent upon the officer.
Leave and Leave Passages: Vacation leave
on full salary will be granted at the rate of 45 days
for each completed period of 12 months resident
service, accumulating up to a maximum of 130 days.
Leave passages will he provided in accordance
with local regulations.
Medical Attention : Free medical attention are
not provided.
Taxation : All Government Officers are liable
1to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars. qualification
and experience of the applicant, and accompanied
by two testimonials (which will not be returned)
should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, Grenada, and should reach him not
later than 15th A, mist, 1956.


Vacant post of Medical Officer of Health,
Department of Medical Services, Barbados.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
I Medical Officer of Health, Department of
Medical Services, Barbados. The officer may he
allocated to any of the Health Centres in Barbalos
and is subject to transfer to any other public health
area cf the Island.
2. The post is pensionable with salary in the
scale 5,O20X 6i,4iH0 per annum (B.V.I.) plus a
non-pensionable allowance of $ 180 per aunun, and
a cost of living allowance of lu56 per ann;um. The
initial salary will be determined in the light of
official qualifications and experience. Salary is
subject to annual deduction of four per cent per
annum under the Widows' and Orphans' Pension
Act unless wholly or partially exempt by member-
ship of a Widows' and Orphans' Pension Scheme
of another Government. Appointment may also be
on agreement terms for a period of three years in
the first instance.
3. Passages up to a maximum of $1,440 are paid
on first appointment. Leave conditions are in
accordance with local Leave Regulations and leave
passages are paid in accordance with the Civil
Establishment (Leave Passages) Order, 1952.
4. Furnished quarters are provided at the rate of
five per cent of the officer's salary.
5. Travelling allowance is payable in accordance
with the local regulations made under the Public
Officers' Loan and Travelling Allowance Act.
6. Candidates must hold graduate medical degrees
registrable in the United Kingdom and must
possess a Diploma in Public Health or other equal
qualifications. Experience in Public Health
practise is desirable. A degree or diploma or
certificate in Tropical Medicine is desirable but not
7. The duties of the office broadly include Port
Health and Quarantine Services, Schcol Health,
Public Health Education, Matarnal and Child
Welfare clinics a;d communicable diseases clinics
(especially venereal disease and tuberculosis clinics)

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43).

appropriate to Health Centre Services and co-op-
erating with local government bodies on health
problems with special relation to sanitation and
8. The officer will serve under the immediate
supervision and direction of the Senior Medical
Officer of Health and under the general superin-
tendence and control of the Director of Medical
9. The successful applicant will be expected, tc
take up duties at the earliest possible date and
applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Government Headquarters, Bay Street,
St. Michael, Barbados, to reach him not later than
4th August, 1956.

Vacancies for Graduate Masters.

Department of Education, Trinidad, B.W.I.

APPLICATIONS are invited for the following
vacancies in the Education Department :-
(i) Graduate Master (Physics & Mathematics)
San Fernando Technical Institute:
(ii) Graduate Master (Mathematics), Queen's
Royal College.
2. The posts are pensionable and carry salary in
the scale $3,600-120-$4,320-240-$6,000 per an-
num. There is a bar at the point $5,040 per
annum for Masters whose degrees are not recognis-
ed as Honours degrees. A Cost of Living Allow-
ance is payable on salaries not exceeding $4,320
per annum. A commencing salary higher than
the minimum may be paid depending on the
qualifications and experience of the candidates
3. Applicants for the post at (i) above, should
possess a degree in Science subjects gained after a
residential course at a recognized University and
should be qualified to teach especially Physics and
Mathematics. Applicants for the post at (ii) above
should be graduates of approved Universities suit-
ably qualified to teach Mathematics to School
Certificate and Higher School Certificate standard.
Ability to assist in Games and Athletics will be an
additional qualification.
4. The persons selected will be required to per-
form such duties as may be assigned to them from
time to time by the Principals and will be liable to
be transferred to similar posts at any Government
College in the Colony.
5. The successful applicants will be required to
pass a medical examination and to serve a proba-
tionary period of two years.
6. The appointments will be subject to Colonial
Regulations and to Local Civil Service Regulations
and Instructions issued from time to time in so far
as they are applicable. The officers will be eligible
for leave and passage grant in accordance with
Regulations in force.
7. Applications stating full particulars regarding
age, qualifications and experience, and accompanied
by copies of at least two recent testimonials should
reach the Colonial Secretary, Secretariat, Port.
of-Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I., not later than 1st
September, 1956.

Vacant Posts of Staff Nurses-Health
Department (Tuberculosis Division)
Trinidad and Tobago.

APPLICATIONS are invited for appointment
as Staff Nurses in the Tuberculosis Division
of the Health Department. Trinidad and Tobago.
2. Appointment is subject to medical fitness, on
agreement ior two years in the first instance wiri
salary in the scale $900 x 60--1200 x 120-1560
per annum, plus cost of living allowance, with
effect from the date of assumption of duty. A
revised commencing salary above the minimum of
the scale may be paid on the basis of one increment
for each year of approved post graduate experience
after 6 months satisfactory service.
3. Hostel accommodation, including free meals,
free uniforms and free laundering of uniforms is
provided. Vacation leave, sick leave and local
leave will also be granted in accordance with the
provisions ot the Local Civil Service Leave Regu-
4. Candidates must be in possession of a general
Nursing Certificate of a Colonial Medical Hospital
or an equivalent or superior certificate, and should
be between 23 and 40 years of age. Preference
will be given to candidates with experience in
tuberculosis work.
5. Passage to Trinidad and return passage to
place of recruitment for the officer only, will be
paid by the Trinidad Government.
6. Applications should be addressed to the
Director of Medical Services and should reach him
not later titan 24th Ju1, 1956. Copies and not
originals of testimonials or Certificates should be



Vacancy exists for an Assistant Director of
Education, pensionable, with salury at the
rate of $6,720 per annum. Appointment will be
subject to medical fitness.
Duties. To assist in the formulation, promotion
and execution of policy in Education, particularly
in post-primary Educaticn. The duties which are
mainly administrative include field trips and the
arranging and conducting of courses for teachers.
Qualifications. Candidates should have a good
University Degree, with either Diploma m Educa-
tion or other approved professional training or
experience. An up-to-date knowledge of Educa-
tion trends and developments, suitably wide and
successful experience in teaching and/or adminis-
tration, and high intellectual and professional com-
petence are essential,
General. Leave and Leave Passages are grant-
ed in accordance with the Leave and Leave Pass-
ages Regulations. On appointment, passages will
be paid for the Officer, wife and children (under 18
years and unmarried) not exceeding five persons in
all. A candidate who is not in Government Ser-
vice and who is over 40 years of age, will normally
be appointed on contract. In this event, a gratuity
of 221% of salary will be payable in respect of
each completed period of three months' satisfactory


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.)

Service. Passages back to the place of recruit-
ment will be provided on the satisfactory termina-
tion of the period of contract.
2. Applications should be addressed to the
Secretary, Public Service Commission, General
Post Office Building, Georgetown. British Guiana,
for delivery not later than 28Sth July, 1956.
Applications received after this date will not be
considered. Applicants already in Public Service,
should submit their applications through the normal
channels. Any further particulars which may be
required, may be obtained on application to the
Chief Establishment Officer, Public Buildings,
Georgetown, British Guiana.

Post of Clerk of Works, Public Works
Department, St. Lucia.

SPPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
SClerk of Works, Public Works Department,
St Lucia, on a three year contract, with salary in
the scale 750 x 25-800 ($3,600 x $120-

Grenada Education Department.

APPLICATIONS are invited from First Class
Certificated Teachers for filling the vacant
post of Head Teacher of the Harvey Vale Govern-
ment School, Carriacou.
The salary of the post is dependent upon the
teaching experience of the successful applicant.
Applications, on the official form, should reach
the Education Officer not later than 28th July,



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

Suit No. 127 of 1954.

The applicant should fulfil the following require- GRENADA BUILDING AND

(a) Have had at least two years Drawing Office
experience in design and detailing of
(b) Have had at least three years experience on



construction of R. C. structures. LTD., EVERYBODY'S STORES Defendats.
2. The appointee will be required to keep a car LTD., and JONAS BROWNE &
for the proper performance of his official duties, HUBBARD LTD. /
and will be paid a basic Travelling Allowance at
the rate of $240 per annum plus an additional lOR SALE at this Office on Friday, the 27th
mileage allowance of 12 cents per mile travelled 1' day of July, 1956, at 12.06 o'clock noon by
on duty. Order made 27th January, 1956, ALL THOSE
3. The appointment will be subject to Colonial two lots of land known as Petit Calivigny Estate
Regulations and Local Orders in force and to tax- with the buildings thereon, the property of the
action at local rates. i Defendant Cecil Westby John Crocker situate in
t o a aes. f ithe parish of Saint George and island of Grenada
4. Cost of passages for Appointee and family
.. containing together 162 Acres 3 Roods and 30
(up to a maximum of five) will be paid in the first Poles, and bounded as descred in the Mortgage
instance and on completion of contract unless Pole, an one a erie in the Mortgge
in the Statement of Claim herein mentioned.
person appointed relinquishes appointment before The sale is subject to the usual conditions, a
expiration of contract in which case return pass- copy of which may be seen at this Office
ages will not be paid. and to the REDUCED RESERVE PRICE OF
5. Applicants should furnish full details of [2,915. 8. 1.
qualifications and experience, accompanied by at
least two testimonials and a Certificate of Medical GORDON RENWICK,
Fitness and shoul.I be addressed to The Adminis- Registrar.
trator of St. Lucia, Castries, St. Lucia, B.\V.I., Registrar's Office.
to reach him not later than 31st July, 1956. 7th July, 1956.


274 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.--(No. 43),

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

(Original Jurisdiction),




(1955. No 19:3-Grenada)


May, 4, 10, 15, 16; July, 10.

J. H. V. REDHEAD, for Plaintif,

F. M. HENRY, for Defendant-Association.

THE defendant in this action hereinafter referred to as the Association, is a body corporate created
by the Nutmeg Industry Ordinance, 1946, for the purpose of safeguarding and promoting the
interests of the nutmeg industry and in particular to market nutmegs and to regulate and control the
export thereof. The plaintiff is a member of the Association and a grower and producer of nutmegs;
he delivered a certain quantity of nutmegs during the nutmeg year ending 30th June, 1955, and he
claims from the Association in respect thereof the sum of $284.43 as the amount due to him as his
portion of the amount for surplus distribution.
Section 57 of the Ordinance provides :-
57 (1) All nutmegs delivered to the Association under the provisions of this Ordinance shall
be prepared for export and pooled by the Association and sold and the Association shall
keep an account of all such nutmegs.
(2) At the end of each nutmeg year all nutmegs remaining unsold shall be valued at the cost
thereof to the Association.
Provided that allowances shall be made at the end of each Nutmeg Year for any natmegs
that may be regarded as unsaleable or that may have depreciated to a value below that of the cost
to the Association; such allowance shall be at the sole discretion of the Board and to be a charge
against the revenues of the Association for the Nutmeg Year concerned".
(3) The Board shall ascertain the amount of the surplus or deficit on the transactions of the
Association in each nutmeg year, and in arriving at such surplus or deficit, the unsold nutmegs of each
previous nutmeg year shall be brought into account at the estimated value placed thereon at the end of
such year, and the total sums advanced for nutmegs and all other charges and expenses allowed and
certified by the auditors of the Association to be necessary for the proper conduct of the affairs of the
Asscoiation shall be set off against the sum represented by the revenue of the Association derived from
the sale of nutmegs and from any other source and the estimated value of unsold nutmegs.
(4) Any surplus or deficit in respect of any nutmeg year (ascertained in accordance with sub-
sections (2) and (3) of this section) shall be added to the total sums advanced by the Association to
members and other persons in respect of deliveries of nutmegs during such period and the total sum
.arrived at in the manner aforesaid shall be allocated to members and other persons who shall have
delivered nutmegs to the Association in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance in proportion
to the quantities delivered by them respectively during such nutmeg year.
(5) From the amount allocated to the account of a member or other person in accordance with
subsection (4) of this section, there shall be deducted such sums as may be due by him to the Associa-
tion for advances made in accordance with the provisions of section 54 of this Ordinance, also for any
charge payable by him to the Association and the balance remaining to the credit of or owing by such
member or other person as the case may be shall be paid to or recovered from such member or other
person as shall then appear to the Board to be entitled thereto or liable therefore.
(6) In the case of a debt being due to the Association by such member or other person under the
provisions of subsection (5) of this section immediate payment of such debt may be demanded by the
Board or arrangements may be entered into for the payment thereof over such period as the 1oard may
determine with or without interest.
It is to the surplus" and to the balance remaining" to the credit of the plaintiff as provided for
by subsections 4 and 5 of section 57 of the Ordinance that the claim of $284.43 refers.
The Association admits delivery of the nutmegs, that the sum was due, but pleads payment to the
plaintiff by delivery of its cheque No. 6524 54 dated 4th October. 1955, on the presentation of the
plaintiff's identification card No. 9i661. The Association further pleads that the cheque indorsed with
the name of the plaintiff was indorsed by the plaintiff and cashed by him at Barclays Bank on 5th
October, 1!)95, on presentation to the bank of the said identification card.

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.) 275

The evidence discloses that the Association has between six and seven thousand producers. As
it is not practicable for its officers to recognize or know each producer personally, the Association gives
to each producer of nutmegs an identification card which is numbered; a different number
is given to the identification card of each person and no two persons have cards bearing the same
number. On the delivery of nutmegs to any of its receiving stations, the producer must tender
his identification card before his produce can be accepted; in addition he has a nutmeg
book in which the deliveries are recorded, but deliveries would not be recorded without the production
-of the identification card. Before a cheque is issued for the payment of any surplus distribution a
statement of account is made out bearing the identification number of the producer, but such statement
of account would not be delivered unless the identification card is tendered. The cheque shows several
items placed in paralled columns: in the first the date, second the identification number, third the
name of the person in whose tavour the cheque is made, fourth the amount in words and in the fifth
the amount in figures. On the face of the cheque the following words are printed, Identification card
must be produced on presentation of this cheque for payment". In addition, the bank has specific
instructions that no cheque should be paid except the identification card is produced and it agrees with
the number the cheque bears. It is common ground that the identification card is essential for the
conduct of business between the plaintiff and the Association and that it is the recognized and accepted
means of identifying each of the several producers who have such business dealings with the Association.
Indeed, plaintiff in his evidence said the identification card is necessary for obtaining my surplus
distribution. I could not get my money without presenting my identification card".
On 23rd November, 19)3, the plaintiff received an identification card numbered 9661, issued from.
the Hermitage Receiving Station, one of the Association's Collecting Centres. On that card plaintiff's
address is recorded as St. John, St. Andrew's; the acreage of nutmeg under cultivation is stated to
be one acre and the annual yield of green nutmegs estimated at 300 pounds. This information was sup-
plied by the plaintiff. On 6th July, 1955, the plaintiff reported to the Hermitage Receiving Station that
he had Inst his identification ca d ; lie applied for a duplicate card which was issued to him a few days
later. He testified that lie had only lost one of them for two days in July until" he got the second
one, no one had access to those cards at all", that he kept both the original and the duplicate
identification cards probably using each ,t different times subsequently when handing in produce to the
-station but not both at the same time. It is a curious fact that both the original and the duplicate
identification c rds had the approximate an ual yield as only 300 pounds, and the acreage under
cultivation as one acre, whereas at the trial of the action, when the original identification card was
produced it had 3,000 pounds as the estimated yield where originally it had 300 pounds; plaintiff has been
unable to account for the alLeration, the additionn of the extra nought. Plaintiff stated that he had
mentioned, when applying for the duplicate, that his acreage un]er cultivation had increased $ a look
at the nutmeg hiok of the plaintiff shows the acreage stated under cultivation to he 1- acres and
the estimated annual yield of nutimegs 1.800 pounds. It may be said here that the amount of nutmegs
delivered to the Associatio- during the ear ending 30thi June was 2,9)921 pounds ; it is significant,
therefore, that the plaintiff never gIve up the duplicate card after he had found the original. There
was nothing to prevent him and another using the two cards, one each during the same nutmeg year.
On 15th September, 1955, the following letter was received by the Association's office.

Snell Hall,
St. Patrick's,
Sept. 15th, 1955.
The Secretary,
St. George's.
Dear Sir,
May you be good enough to instruct your Chief Accountant to have my address changed cn
your book permanently from Hermitage P. O., St. Patrick's, to Sauteurs, P. 0.
And may you forward all future correspondence, including my cheque with my bonus, to my new
Thanking you in advance.
Yours respectfully,
Card No. 9661."
Hermitage Post Office is nearest to plaintiff's address, St. John, St. Andrew's.
Mr. Owen Donald Douglas, an Accountant employed by the Association said le received
that letter on the 15th September and placed his initials on it after the change of address
Jiad been noted in the statement book. The change of address was effected under his
supervision. In the course of his evidence, lie stated "the system is for the producer to produce his
identification card before a statement is delivered to him ; the statement would not be delivered without
the production of the identification card inasmuch as we cannot and do not know all the producers;
there are mere than six thcus:nd producers and we would not know each one individually...............
The identification card plays i very important part. There are persons who bear the same name and
unless we insist cn the identification c id being presented, accounts would be liable to be confused".

276 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43).

On the 22nd September, 1955, a hurricane swept the island of Grenada, did great damage to the
crops and property, and dislocated road transport and other means of communication around the
island. In order to assist producers who were most urgently in neel of their surplus distribution, the
Association decided to pay the surplus distribution to those who applied at the head office rather than
transmit the cheque by post as customary to the various Post Offices in the island, for the latter
method would have entailed great delay. On the 4th October, 1955, a person answering the name of
plaintiff presented plaintiff's identification card which corresponded in all respects with particulars
in the office; the account was then made out, checked and counter-checked and presented to him on
the presentation of the identification card. The account showed that the sum of $284.43 was due
to Cecil Stephen, the plaintiff. The person signed the statement, Cecil Stephen. A cheque was
made out in the name of Cecil Stephen with all particulars as already stated and handed to the
person on the presentation of the identification card. On the 5tb October, ]955, the cheque issued
on the 4th October, was presented at Barclays Bank for ctsh. Miss Pamela Evadney Hughes,
a cashier at the Bank, said she dealt with that particular cheque among others on
the 5th October, 1955; that before cashing it, she called for the identification card which
was presented ; she continued, "the payee on that cheque is Cecil Stephen ; the identification
number on that cheque is 9661. I cashed that cheque; it was endorsed Cecil Stephen. At the back
of the cheque the name Cecil Stephen is signed twice ; the first time (which is the signature below)
he signed it incorrectly, that is the person presenting it. I caused him to endorse it a second time.
The identification card was presented. I agreed the identification number, the name of the person
with that of the cheque. I then saw that the endorsement of the cheque agreed with the name on
the cheque, then I paid cash. I ticked off the name and the identification number, I cancelled the
cheque and paid the cash; the ticks are shown on the cheque ; I ticked in red". The signature
on the letter notifying the change of address, that on the statement of account and that at the back
of the cheque dated 4th October, 1955, have: in my view, all been written by one and the same
About the 13th or 14th November, 1955, plaintiff called at the office of the Association and asked
for payment of his proportion of the surplus distribution. He was told by the secretary, Mr. Curtis
Hughes, that he had already been paid. Plaintiff was shown the duplicate copy of the statement
signed Cecil Stephen', and the corresponding cheque which was returned from the Bank as having
been cashed; plaintiff insisted that he did not draw the money but that he suspected who has drawn
it. The secretary then informed him that if his statement was correct, he the secretary could help
him by putting the matter in the hands of the Police. In plaintiff's presence the secretary got in
touch by telephone with Sergeant Quarless who as a result called at the office of the Asscciation.
The Plaintiff was then still in possession of both the original and the duplicate identification cards;
he handed them to the secretary who in the presence of the plaintiff handed them along with the
cheque to Sergeant Quarless ; plaintiff and Sergeant Quarless thereafter left for the police station.
Plaintiff did not return to the Secretary but promptly consulted a solicitor, Mr. Redhead, who a few
days later, issued the writ of summons in this case.
Plaintiff was emphatic that except for the two or three days ih July when he had mislaid the-
identification card, both the identification card and the duplicate one which had been issued to him
had never left his possession on a single occasion until he took them to the Association's office in
November, 1955. It is clear, therefore, that if his statement is correct the identification card could
not have been presented either at the office on 4th October, or at the bank on 5th October. I find as
a fact the identification card was presented on these respective dates at the office and at the bank.
The plaintiff has sought to prove that it was physically impossible for him to be at the Association's,
office or at the bank on either 4th or 5th October, and adduced evidence to the effect that he was at
work on those dates. Even if it be so, it still remains unexplained how the identification card
reached the office and the bank if the plaintiff did not part with the possession of the card, for he
insisted that both the original and the duplicate were securely in his care at the material dates. He
also denied that he wrote or authorised the letter of the 15th September. I am not impressed that
the plaintiff is a witness of truth. Whenever he was asked a question in cross-examination on vital
points he either hesitated unduly or exhibited pretence at not understanding a simple question. He
was very shifty.
At the close of the case for the defence plaintiff was recalled at the instance of his counsel and
referred to a cheque issued to plaintiff by the Association on 10th December, 1955, which plaintiff had
indorsed. Plaintiff deposed that the handwriting of the endorsement on this cheque was his and
that it was different from that of the endorsement of the cheque of the 4th October, 1955. The
handwriting is indeed different but this cheque of the 10th December was issued and indorsed
long after the previous one and at a time when it had already been known that the Association had
claimed that the amount was paid and 'after the plaintiff had filed his writ.
There is no written contract between the plaintiff and the Association but an examination of the-
evidence reveals the basis on which the agreement to supply produce on the one hand and to pay
surplus distribution on the other, rested. Both parties recognized the impracticability of each of the
six er seven thousand producers being personally recognized by the several officers of the Association
or on every producer being vouched for at each stage where identification would be required. The
nature of the transaction, the practice or business method of the Association, plaintiff's knowledge
and understanding of that practice at least since 1953 coupled with his acquiescence support the
view that the parties entered into and concluded their negotiations on the footing that the obligation
of the Association would be discharged if payment is made on the presentation of the identification
card. Had it been otherwise business between the Association and the producers would have been

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 21, 1956.-(No. 43.) 277

well nigh impossible for indeed the transactions would have been shorn of that business efficacy
essential to the performance of the contract. It seems clear from the nature of the transaction that
the contracting parties must have intended such a term to be a ];art of the agreement in order to
enable the agreement to be operative. I understand the rule in this class of case to be that the
court ought not to imply a term in a contract unless there arises from the language of the contract
itself and the hircumnstanees under which it is entered into, such an inference that the parties must
have intehndiei t, stipulation in question that the Court is necessarily driven to the conclusion that
it must ie implied.". (Kiay L.J. in d: Co. cs. Wood &: Co. 1891 ) Q. .B. at pxje 491). Each
case must, h,,weveir, for the application of the rule depend on its own facts as no one case should be
taken as a gnide Ior another. The implication will here be made because the Court is driven of
necessity on considering as far as can be ascertained the terms of the agreement in a reasonable and
business inner to imply a term in order to carry out what was undoubtedly tle intention of both
parties, that is, the performance of the Association's part of the contract would be complete when it
paid 1y : valid cheque the amount due to the plaintiff on the presentation of plaintiff s identification
The Association has taken all the care it could reasonably have exercised in connexion with the
transaction mnder review and there was nothing to excite the suspicion of its ollicers that the person
who presented the card was any other, if indeed he was not, than the plaintiff. There was no
negligence on the Association's part nor was there any on tl'c part of the bank clerk. Plaintiff's
counsel forcefully and seriously contended that the Association's duty remained unfulfilled in so far
as it did not prove that the cheque was handed to the plaintiff personally or that he was personally
identified at the bank other than by the card : that, counsel submitted, needed positive proof and
nothing short of personal identification by one of its officers could relieve the Association of that
onus, I am of opinion counsel has misconceived the position in the circumstances of this case and
l am unable ti uphold his submission for the reasons already stated.
The plaintiff's claim is dismissed and judgment shall be entered for the defendant with costs.

Chief Justice.-
10th July, 1956.


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

Effective from 1st July, 1956
Current Advances for Nutmegs and Mace are as follows:

SAI'A IS) : Alvances

Green Nutme-g 20 Cents

Dry do. 32 do.

Crackea Grinders 12 da.

Dried Whole Mace $1.03

Dried Broken Mace 60 Cents.

Mace Picking- I 30 do,

S "creioa's.
Date fixed : 1th June, 1956.



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