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Place of Publication: St George's Grenada
Publication Date: July 28, 1956
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Government Gazette.

unblisic& b1 athobrity.

VOL. 74.] SAINT GEORGE'S, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1956. [No. 44.


No. 225.
AL has been appointed as-a Class I Clerk, posted
to the General Post Office, with effect from 9th
April, 1956.
28th July, 1956.
P.1. 245.

No. 226.
SGovernor's Office, has been appointed as a
Class II Clerk, posted to the Governor's Office,
with effect from 1st July, 1956.
28th July, 1956.
P.F. 730.

No. 227.
ISTER FRANCES TERESIc, has been appointed
Sto be a member of the Board of Education
for the period ending 31st December, 1556, in
place of Sister Immaculata TANGNiKY who ias
Ministry of Social Services,
23rd July, 1956.
M.P. 167 II.

No. 228.
T is hereby notified for general information that,
in pursuance of the powers vested in him
under the Land Acquisition Ordinance, 1945, the
Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. D. K.
SAMUILS, to be the Authorised Officer for the
purposes of the acquisition of the following lot
of land : -
All thatportion of land situate in the parish
of St. Andrew in the island of Grenada con-
taining approximately 16,200 square fee
along the Grand Etang main road from St.
George's to Birch Grove known as Hit-Me-

Easy Corner owned by Josias Peters bounded
on the North by lands known as St. Margaret's
on the South by the main road, on the East
by a ravine, and on the West by the main
19th July, 1956.
M.P. 629 x.

No. 229.
MR. M. W. HAYLING, Bursar, G.R.S.., has
been appointed to act as Colonial Postmaster
with effect from 25th July, 1956.
23th July, 1956.
P.F. 85.

No. 230.
G. L. THOMAS, Class II Clerk. Treasury-
Sand Customs Department, has been appointed'
to act as Class I Clerk, Treasury and Customs.
Department, with effect from 24Lh July, 1956.
28th July, 1956
P.F. 31S.
No. 231.
A ISS SHEILA NEDD, Class I Clerk, Treasury
.Department, has been appointed to act as.
Bursar, G.B.S.S, with effect from 24th July, 1956.
23th July, 1956.
P.F. 325.

No. 232.
MR. L. G. T. HOLDER, Executive Officer of the
N Central Housing and Planning Authority,
has been seconded to the temporary non-pension-
able post of Assistant Housing Officer, with effect
from 24th May, 1956.
28th July, 1956.
P.F. 116.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.)

No. 233.
M R. R. G. OGILVIE, Senior Surveyor and
Water Engineer, has been granted 7 months'
vacation leave with effect from 24th May, 1956.
By Command,
for Administrator.
Government Office,
28th July, 1956.
P.F. 222.

Visit of H.M.S. Bigbury Bay".

IT is hereby notified for general information that,
H.M.S. "Bigbury Bay" under the command
of Captain .' E. Hunt, D.S.O., D.S.C.. will visit
Grenada during the period 31st July to 6th August,
Persons desirous of offering hospitality to the
SOfficers,.aud company are asked to communicate
their offers ift writing to the Administrator.
GiftS oi fresh friit for the ship's company will
be appreciated, and offers may also be communica-
ted to the Administrator.
Goverinnient Office,
28th July, 1956.


f HROUGH the kind facilities of the British
SCouncil, Mr. Arnold Bonner, Resident Tutor,
Loughborough Co-operatives CJllege, 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 Cariblean. Both
these tcurs 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. Honner
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. 19(-i.

SEALED Tenders are invited for the lease of
the 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 Arnex: 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 4.00
p.m. on Tuesday 31st July, 195G.
Ministry of Trade and Production,
17th July, 1956.


ORDINANCE, 1945. (NO. 3 OF 1945.)

In the matter oi a Declaration by the Governor
in Council that certain lands situate in the
Parish of Saint Andrew in the Island of
Grenada are to be acquired for a Public

(First Publication).

W HEREAS it is enacted by section 3 of the
Land Acquisition Ordinance, 14-5 (No. 3 of
1945) that if the Governor in Council considers
that any land should be acquired for a public
purpose he may cause a declaration to that effect
to be made :
AND WHEREAS it is considered by the Governor
in Council that the land mentioned and described
in the Schedule hereto should be acquired for a
public purpose, to wit, for widening road curve :
by His Excellency the Governor, acting after con-
sultation with the Executive Council of the Colony
of Grenada, that upon the second publication of
this Declaration in the (Gazette, the land mentioned
and described in the Schedule hereto shall be
acquired for the above-mentioned purpose and
shall vest absolutely in the Crown.
NOTIFIED THAT ; plan of the above-mentioned
land may be inspected at all reasonable hours at
the Government Office, in the town of Saint
George, in the said Col ny.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.)

All that portion of land situate in the Parish
of Saint Andrew in the island of Grenada contain-
ing approximately 16,200 square feet along the
Grand Etang main road from Saint George's to
Birch Grove known as Hit-Me-Easy Corner owned
by JOSIAS PETERS hounded on the North by lands
known as St. Margaret's, on the South by the main
road, on the East by a ravine, and on the West by
the main road.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 1956.
Clerk of the Executive Council.
M.P. 629 x.



XTOTICE is her ehy given lhat the undermentioned
persons having become defairlters under the
Water Supply Ordinance, (Cap. 240 of the Laws)
in respect of Water Rates levied for the St.
(eorge's District Board, the prope ties sh wn
opposite trie r miames will be offered for sale at
Public Auction on Frid;;, th! Sjl A tuust, 1956,
at Ilhe Tre:asiirv, St. G -( rg=-', at 1.30 p.m. for tlh
rec Very of the rates due tiier.on for th1: yena,
1955 and previ. us years.

I''in'rncial Secretary.
'Ticasu y Depirtment,
July, 195(;.


.1i ut:i)u.;

Abder, Louie G eeo-i Alexander, h\lleit G. \Vilh'ui ,suin ltd.
Al'en, Miiicei:, L Ions Street
Ant-ine, McDonald Hiver
Bain, James A. 'Vilhl A.
Baird, Dorothy Green Street
Belgrave; DDotis River R).d
Bennett, Inez MI;rlcn-y St'.
Bullen, Tennyson Villa V.
Cudogan, Percy iBriggs Alley
Caesar. Norbert Williamson Rd.
Cape, Rupert Whitehall
Charlae, Mrs. Valentine Grenville Str.
Clarke, Louisa River R-ad
Card, Allan E. B. Grenvlle Str.
-Cochrane, lMavis Wool.i ich Rd.
Co i.issiong, Mr-. J.
G. M. Gore Street 2
Cox, Daniel River Road 1
Cox, Est. E. B. Lu -Is Street
Cronry, Eliziheth Whitehall
David, Alphinso L/tliers Line
De Freita., Frincis River R-nd
Donovan, W. O'Briea Tyrrel Street
Dottin, Clilt-n &
Harriet Satt Strr et
Douglas, Margiret Tyirel S ieeu
Sowe, Amaphine Briggs Alley
Duncir, Loris St., J ille S'r.
Earne, Hilda & D.
Croney G:civi;le Str.
Edward's, Mi y &
Rosfel ta Ciren"iOge
Emnin el, (i! reio y St. John s tr.
F!.' gu-on, Cynthia Tyrel S )eet

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Fergnion, Nathaniel G(renville Str. 1 house
Franco, Agnes H/brrough St. do
Frar:co, Est. John Halifax Streeu do
Frederick, George St. John's Str. do
Frederick, George Maloney Str. do
George, Rosana River Road do
George, NMaigaret Willhamson ld. do
George, Est. Septimus River Road do
Gibbep, Arthur Villa A do
Gibbes, Arthur St. John's Str. do
Gittens, Emerson S. L/thers Lane do
Griffith, Elaine Tempe do
Henry, Minrie Green Street do
Hinms, Angelina River Road do
Hinds, Marcus A. do do
Hind-, Marcus A. Grenvil,e St. 1 house
Hinds, Marcus A. do do
Hinds, Marcus A. Williaimson Rd- do
Hood, \roses do do
Hoor, Sept:mus do do
llusban:ds, .A. Halifax Street do
.James, Ermelda Williamson ld. do
.Tames, Harford River Road do
John, Thomas (Grenvil'e St. (do
Johnson, Ve-onica Tyrrel S'reet do
Joseph, Gtorgo River Road do
Jcseph, George H/borough Sr. do
Joseph, George (.ranby Street do
La. Crete. Mary River Rcad do
La, Qua, J ions do 2 hou-es
La Qun, Jane M elv lie St. io
lnshlley, .names 'i'vrel Street 1 house
Lash ley, Est. John Green -treet do
L.iyne, Anna E. Wcolwicih Rd. do
Maihon, Elsa i aloney Sr. do
\ niildii, Edward G eniville St. (o
, inn-, Lovena 'Tyriel Street da
\l , MaNrechenp, Est.
Prosper- R vei Ro d d!o
\i;uk, Elvira \loitley rio
Maiycrs, Floett. Green Street do
Mitchell, Mi\' y iiver Road do
Mitchell, Moses Briggs Alley do
Mitchell, Mobss 'yrrel Street do
Mitchell, Olive Church Street do
.Modeste, Hildred &

Lena Gore Street
Modeste, Est.,
Hildred do
Moses, Elmiua, Melville Street
Mn es, \le. Donal- R;ver Rbad
Munr,, Ceril Gun Clhuch Street
\lunro. Cuthbert River Road
Me Burnie, Theophilus Park Lane
McEwe", E t. Joseph River Road
Me Aillan. Christiana do
Nrel, Rebecca River Road
Ncel, Everest do
Olivierre, Watson Tanteen
Philbert, Leonard Sr. John's St.
Phillip, inez Green Sti-eet
Ihillip, Lennox H do
Phillip, Septimus River Ro d
Pritchard, Lewis Tyrrel St.ret
Puicell, L. A. Ci'oss Strcn-
lioberts, I'enji.Imi wVilliaison o Rd
Roderiqiues, Carlos C:renig
Rose, brederick riv"r Iond
Ross, Veta Williamson IL.
SAlhab, Est., Dora Sc- t Street,
Scipio, Est., I. G. Woolwich Rd.
Scip o, Es:., P. G. C ran.tge



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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.)


Situation of

Sales, Elizabeth Lucas Street 1 lot
Slinger, D. E. L.
Trustees Granby Street 1 house
Slinger, D. M. &
L. A. P. Granby Street do
Slinger, D. Halifax Street do
Slinger, David & Co. Granby Street do
Slinger, L. D. Lucas Street do
Slinger, Est. Jane F. Granbv Street do
Smith, Emily St. Juille Str. do
Smith, James Williamson Rd. do
Spiller, Est. Florence Green Street do
Spiller, F. L. M. Tyrrel Street do
Spiller, F. L. M, Lucis Street do
Steele Osborne Old Fort do
St. Bernard, Irene River Road do
St. John, Victoria &
Others Grenville Str. do
Strachan, Maud St. Juille Str. do
Sylvester, K. L. Woolwich Rd. do
Sylvester, Eva M ortley do
Taitt, Judith Villa A. do
Taitt, Fred Villa B. do
Taylor, Edith &
Wilhelmina Lucas Street do
Teka, Kennedy Woolwich Rd. do
Thomas, Kenrick Villa B. do
Tobin, Jonas River Road do

CAP. 240.

NOTICE 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.
Financial Secretary.
The Treasury,
6th April, 1956.
TrHE following has been seized for breach of the
SCustoms Ordinance:-
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.

Sale of Fertilisers.

FARMERS are hereby notified that fertilisers
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
notice :
Gouyavc, Victoria, Sauteurs, Carriere,
Grenville, Grand Bacolet, La Sagesse.
2. At present the mixture 8: 15: 25: recom-
mended for general use with Cocoa,Bananas 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 Gardent,
17th July, 1956.



Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme.

Distribution of Rooted Cuttings of Selected Strains
of Grenada Cocoa for Planting in 1957.

P ERSONS desirious of obtaining rooted cocoa
cuttings from the cocoa stations for planting
in 1957, should apply on the forms provided for
that purpose, entitled : Application Form for Rooted
Cocoa Cuttings Propagated for Distribution by the
Cocoa Industry Improvement Scheme of Grenada.
2. Application forms should be forwarded to the
Agricultural Officer (Cocoa). Mt. Horne Cocoa
Station, St. Andrew's, on or before the 30th
September, 1956.
3. Applications for rooted cocoa cuttings received
after the 30th September, 1956. will neither be
acknowledged nor considered.
4. Application forms are available at the
Department of Agriculture, all Agricultural and
Cocoa Stations, land District Revenue Offices.
Application forms can also be obtained from all
members of the extension staff of the Department
of Agriculture.
5. Rooted Cocoa Cuttings are delivered free of
charge to the applicant at a point, as near as-
possible to the site at which they are to be planted,
accessible at the time to the motor vehicle convey-
ing the plants.
6. The conditions under which rooted cocoa
cuttings will be issued are as follows:-
(i) The area selected by an applicant will be
inspected by an authorised officer, as soon
as possible after the receipt of the applica-
tion, for the purpose of determining the
suitability of the site in regard to altitude,,
soil type, wind protection and other ecologi-
cal and environmental conditions. The
applicant will then be notified whether or
not the area is approved for planting.
(ii) If for stated reasons the area is declared to
be unsuitable for planting cocoa clones, no,
allocation of plants will be made to the



(iii) If the area is declared suitable, an authorised
officer will inform the applicant what
minimum action is required of him by the
Department of Agriculture, in regard to
provision of ground shade, windbreaks, soil
conservation measures, soil preparation etc.
The Agricultural Department will render all
assistance, guidance and advice in this
(iv) The minimum area for which plants will Le
issued will be that which will contain fifty
(50) rooted cuttings planted at a minimum
spacing of 10'x 10' or a maximum spacing
of 12' x 12' in a block.
The area to be planted will be re-inspected
by an authorized officer immediately before
the proposed date of delivery of the plants,
for the purpose of ascertaining whether all
conditions have been satisfaciorily fulfilled,
and whether the area is in a suitable state
of preparation for planting.
(vi) Authorised officers of the Department of
Agriculture, will make periodic inspections
of the replanted areas, as often as may be
considered necessary, for the purpose of
observing field conditions, the development
of the young plants and advising the grower
on the care and management of the young
7. Applicants are advised to take advantage of
the experience already gained in replanting methods
at the Cocoa Stations and other plots, where
replanting with rooted cocoa cuttings have already
been undertaken during the last 4 to 6 years.
Applicants are accordingly invited to visit the
Cocoa Stations and to make the fullest possible
use of all information that is available.

Superintendent of A .ricnlturi i'
Chairman Cocoa Rtehabilitation Board.


Apprenticeship Scheme.

iP', LICATIONS are invited for four Agricul-
1 tural .tppientices.
2. The course of training will be for a period or
one year commencing on the Ist Octoober. 1356.
Successful candidates will be required to reside
at Mt. Moritz Agricultural Station in quarters
provided there to be under the control of the
Ag-iultural Assistant. They will receive an
alLo'vance of $:8+ per annum a-id will be required
to imalke their own arrangements for board.
3. The Government accepts no responsibility
expressed nor implied to employ or to find employ-
ment for apprentices on the completion of their
4. Applicants, should be between the ages of
18 and 24. State age, school or schools attended
with standard or certificates attained, past and
present employment and emoluments earned at the
present time, experience in agriculture and the
facilities which they expect will be available to
them for practising agriculture after their period
of apprenticeship.

5. Applications should be addressed to the
Superintendent of Agriculture, Botanic Gardens,
St. George's, and should reach not later than 31st
August, 1956. The envelope containing the appli-
cation marked Apprenticeship" on the outside.
6. Testimonials which will not be returned
should accompany the applications.

for Superintendent of l. ,:., i 1:,
24th July, 1956.


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

T 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
i12.30 p.m. until further notice.
2. When firing is in progress, and for one hour
before hand, RED FLAGS ill 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 Police.
Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
Grenada, B.W.I.
16ih July, 1955.


Race Meeting, Queen's Park,
6th and 7th August, 1956.

Regulation of Traffic.

)Y Virtue of the Powers vesedi in me under
) Sect:;n 79 of the Motor Vehicles and Road
Trafii- Ordinance, 1938, I hereby order that after
10.00 a.m. on the 6th and 7th August, 1956:-
(i) All vehicles entering Queen's Park shall pro-
ceed by way of Embcucherie Road, and
enter the Park through the westernn En-
(ii) All vehicless leaving Queen's Park shall
proceed by way of the \\ooden Bridge.
(iii) All Motor Lorries and Motor Omnibuses
will proceed direct to the parking area
allotted to them on the open space lying to
the East of the Race Track where they will
set down and take up passengers. The
setting down and taking up of passengers
elsewhere in the Park is prohibited.


GOVERNMENT GAZETT''E, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.)

(iv) Vehicles will be prohibited from parking or
waiting :
(a) On that portion of Melville Street and the
Emboucherie Road which lies between
their junction with River Road and a
point on the Emboucherie Road
situated 60 feet to the North of the
Western Entrance to Queen's Park.
(b) On that portion of the River Road which
lies between a point on the road
situated 100 feet to the East of the
Wooden Bridge at Queen's Park and
its intersection with the Emboucherie
2. Taxi and omnibus drivers are requested to
avoid drawing up their vehicles for the purpose of
setting down or taking up passengers in the vicin-
ity of the entrance to and the exits from Queen's
Park after the hour of 11.30 a.m. on the 6th and
7th days of August, 1956.

Acting Chief of Police.

Police Headquarters,
St. George's,
17th July, 1956.


Under the Registration of Births and Deaths

T HE office of the Registrar-General shall be
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.



EX-SERVICEMEN are hereby notified that
Government has formed a Committee and has
provided it with limited funds to grant to Ex-
Servicemen in the form of small loans for the
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 August, 1956.
Applications should state the purpose for which
the loan is intended and the manner of the pro-
posed repayment thereof.

Chairm t ,
iEx-Servicenien's Loa Coormmittee.


General Certificate of Examination.

THIS examination will be held in November of
this year.
2. The entry fee for a subject at Ordinary level
is ten shillings and for a subject at Advanced level
is one pound.
3. Besides the above, a local fee of Four I)ollars
must be paid into the Treasury, and forwarded
with the applications for entry. Candidates taking
a Science subject requiring a practical examination
must pay an additional Four Dollars for each
4. The closing date for entries to be received for
the November Examination is July 31st, 1956.

Local Secretary.



IT is hereby notified for general information that
there is a vacancy in the membership of the
St. Mark's District Board. caused by the absence
of a member of the said Board.


Take notice that a Bye Election for the return
of one person to serve on the St. Mark's District
Board will be held at the Court House, Victoria,
on the 23rd day of August, 1956.
Every candidate for Election shall be nominated
in writing by a duly qualified elector, and seconded
by another,-nomination must reach the Returning
Officer not later than 4.00 p.m. on the 9th day of
July, 1956.
In the event of a contest, a poll will be opened
from 9.00 a.m. to 11.30 oclock in the forenoon,
and from 1.00 to 4.00 o'clock in the afternoon of
the same day, during which time voting papers
will be issued to every registered voter applying
for same.
Returning Officer.
District Board's Office,
Victoria, St. Mark's,
23rd July, 1956.



SPPLICATIONS are invited for appointment to
1 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 states within the
Windward Islanlb. The cflicer will be subject to


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.)

the Colonial Regulations and local General Orders
for the time being in force so far as they ',re
Salary: The 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-
fications and experience.
Quarters: Quarters are not provided.
Passages : Free first class passages to St.
Vincent will be provided for the officer, his wile
and children not exceeding live persons in Ill;
children should be 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
to taxation imposed by local legislation.
Applications giving full particulars. qualilic tion
and experience of the applicant, and accompanied
by two t-stimonials (which will not be returned)
should be addressed to the Chief Secretary, Wind-
ward Islands, Grenada, and should reach him not
later than 15th Aiao.iut, 1956.


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

4 PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of
.I Medical Officer o;f leal!li, Department ot
Medical Services, Barbados. The oliicer may be
allocated to any of the Health Centres in Barbados
and is subject to transfer to any other public health
area of the Island.
2. The post is pensionable with salary in the
scale $5,520 x6,480 per annum (B.W.I.) plus a
non-pensionable allowance of $480 per annum, and
a cost of living allowance of $ 156 per annum. The
initial salary will he determineC 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 he
*on agreement terms for a period of three years in
the first instance.
3. Passages up to a mai:imum of $1,440 are paid
on first appoin:tineit. ,LeLav conditions are in
accordance with local Leave Regulations and leave
passages ire 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
pcssess a Diploma in Public Health or other equal

qualifications. Experience in Public Heakh
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, School Health,
Public Health Education, Maternal and Child
Welfare clinics and communicable diseases clinics
(especially venereal disease and tuberculosis clinics)
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, Governmient Headquarters, Bay Street,
St. Michael, Barbados, to reach him not later than
4th Auugust, 1956.


Vacancies for Graduate Masters.

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

,PPLICATIONS are invited for the following
S 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 cn 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 he 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.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.)

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.

Windward Islands Broadcasting Service, Vacancies
for two Announcer/Operators.

APPLICATfCNS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for two appointments to
the post of Announcer/Operators in the Windward
Islands Broadcasting Service, St. George's, Gren-
ada, particulars of which are as follows:-
2. The salary of the post is $1,680 per annum,
with annual increments of $48 to $1,920 per
3. The appointment is non-pensionable, and will
be on probation for six months. Subject to
satisfactory completion of the probationary period,
appointment will be on contract for two years in
the first instance. The officer will be subject to
the Colonial Regulations and local General Orders
for the time being in force, in so far as they are
4. The selected officers will be required to carry
out Announcers' duties and control the programme
outputs from the studios. A suitable microphone
voice and ability to think quickly and deal
effectively with an emergency are essential
qualifications. The officers will also be expected
to develop some aptitude for programme compila-
tion under the supervision of the Programme
Director and his Assistant.
5. Free passages will be provided for the selected
officers on appointment, (including wife and
children, not exceeding 5 persons in all) and on
satisfactory termination of the contract.
6. Vacation leave on full salary will be granted
at the rate of one week for each completed period
of three months' resident service, such leave to be
taken on the satisfactory completion of the period
of engagement.
7. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, Grenada, B.W,I.,
and be posted so that they reach him not later
than the 10th August, 1956.


APPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
qualified candidates for three appointments
to the post of Programme Assistant in the Wind-
ward Islands Broadcasting Service, St. George's,
Grenada, particulars of which are as follows :-
2. The salary of the post is at the rate of $2,880
per annum.
3. The appointment is non-pensionable, and
will be on probation for six months. Subject to
satisfactory completion of the probationary period,

appointment will be on contract for two years inr
the first instance. The Officer will be subject to
the Colonial Regulations and local General Orders
for the time being in force, in so far as they are
4. Essential qualifications iinlude some ex-
perience of newspaper work, an interest in current
affairs and a knowledge of the Windward Islands,
and an ability to produce and record programmes
of a varied nature.
5. A Programme Assistant will be stationed in
each of the three islands cf St. Vincent, St. Lucia
and Dominica. He will be required to work
under the direction cf the Programme Director and
supply the main station in Grenada with news and
recordings of talks, discussions, music: etc. IHe
will act as a representative of the Windward
Islands Broadcasting service. The successful can-
didates will be required to undergo a period of
training with the main station in Grenada.
6. Free passages will be provided for the selected
officers on appointment, '(including wife and
children not exceeding five persons in all), and on
satisfactory termination of the contract.
7. Vacation leave on full salary will be granted
at the rate of one week for each completed period
of three months resident service; such leave to be
taken on the satisfactory completion of the period
of contract.
8. Applications should be addressed to the Chief
Secretary, Windward Islands, Government House,
Grenada, and be posted so that they reach him
not later than-the l0th A inst, 1956.


PPLICATIONS are invited from suitably
1. qualified persons for the post of Road
Engineer, St. Vincent, particulars of which are as
Appointment and Salary. The post is non-
pensionable and the appointment will be on
contract for three (3) years. The salary is in the
scale of 1,000-1l,200 per annum, and the salary
of the successful candidate will depend on his
qualifications and experience. Regulations and
local General Orders for the time being in force in
so far as they are applicable. A Travelling
Allowance of 100 per annum will be paid pro-
vided the officer maintains a motor vehicle for the
performance of his official duties.
Quarters. Quarters are not provided.
Duties. The duties of the post are to direct
and supervise work in connection with Island s
Road Programme. The main works involve the
design, layout and construction of new sections of
road, and the colas surfacing of existing gravel
Qualifications. Candidates should be graduate
Civil Engineers or should possess the A.M.I.C.E.,
qualifications or comparable experience and
Passages. Free passages on first appointment
and on satisfactory completion of the period of
engagement will be provided for the officer, his
wife and children not exceeding five persons in all;
children should be under 18 years of age, unmarried
and dependent on the Officer.



Leave. Vacation leave will bs granted on the Demonetized Barbados
satisfactory termination of the contract at the rate Government Notes
of 1 week for each completed period of 3 months outstanding
consecutive service. Total demonetized Government
Taxation. All Government Officers are liable to Notes outstanding ...
taxation imposed by local legislation. Total Circulation on
Applications giving full particulars, qualifications 1st July, 1956.
and experience of the applicant and accompanied
by two testimonials, should be addressed to the
Chief Secretary, \Vindward Islands. Grenada, and Execut
must reach him not later than 15th Aiugnst, 1956.

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

Average circulation during May, 1956:
British Caribbean Currency Notes $57,552,555.00
Demonetized Government
Notes outstanding ... 1,190,731.00
$ 28,743,296.00
British Caribbean Currency Notes
in circulation on 1st July, 1956 :

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

... $27,746,258.00
.. 5,831,625.00
... 15,495,364.00
... 2,695,100.00
.. 504,400.00
.. 934,000.00
... 1,258,400.00
... 2,025,300.00
... 1,519,500.00
... 326,405.00

Total British Caribbloan
Currency Notes ...
DemnoneLized Trinidad & Tobago
Government Notes
outstanding ... $811,2
Demonetized lBritish
Guiana Goverrinent
Notes outstanding... 295,5






ive Commissioner,
_ 1 T .. .. Y .. "7

Britius Caribbean uCurency -Boara.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Trinidad. B.W.1

Statement showing British Caribbean Coin
,circulation in the British Caribbean Terri-
tories (Eastern Group) on 1st July, 1956.
i __

Average circulation during May, 1956,
Trinidad & Tobago ... $ 799,350
Barbados ...... 411,225.
.iritisl Guiana ...... 461,050.
Grenada ..... 90,875.
St. Vincent ... ... 73,60 5.
St. Lucia ...... 108,500.
Dominica ... ... 82,950.
Antigua ... ... 86,775.
St. Kitt ... ... 84,450.
i Montserrat ... ... 10,00.
Picof sets ... ... 1,776

$ 2,210,776

E.recnt ive Comm issioner,
1B itishl Can ibbean Currency Board.
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chambers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, B.VW.I




jiHERE will be a sitting of the Supreme Court at Gtenada :n its original and summary jurisdictions.
L (ommencing on Monda! lit July, 1956, at 9.30 a.m. The following matters have been set down.
for hearing :-


30th Jul!l, 1956.
\Vinetta Mark
Aiilhony Popne
J. B. eenwick
John A. Ranch
Emmanuel Phillips
Norris G. Rullow
Eric E. Glean
Curtis Charles


vs ... Emmanuel St. Louis
vs. ... Ivan 3Bruno
vs. ... Cyril Husbands
vs. ... Cvril A. Husbands
vs. ... Clarence D. Ferguscn
vs. ... Eric M. Gairy
vs. ... Japhet 0. Y. Miler
vs. ... A. L. Telesford


No. of Suit.

49 56



GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1956.- (No. 44).


30th July, 1966.
MariA Scott & Co.,
R. K. Milne & Co.,
Hankeys Ltd.
D. M. B. Cromwell
Lloyd Rathan
Jonas Brown & Hubbard Ltd.
Nathaniel DeAllie
31st July, 1956.
Radix Bartholomew
Veronica Lett
William Marshall
Lennie Marshall

1st A.j aUt, 1956.
Alfred Harper
I. I. Duncan
_2nd Auitust, 1966.
Evan S. Richard
-8th Auiust, 1956.
Ernest Francis
Jerome Phillip
9th Auwust, 1966.
Lewis M. Clyne
1411t August, 1956.
Denesia Pascall
Lyris Alexis by Lawrence Alexis
Michael Gibbs
16th August, 1956.
Jeffrey Daniel

Leon K. Foster
J. W. Mignon
George A. Gibbs
Elizabeth Trotman
Tommy Wells
Conrad Flanders
Theophilus Williams
Kelon A. Perrotte

... Dr. A. Bierzynski
Daniel Brizan
Blache Marshall and Aldwyn Findley
... Blache Marshall and Aldwyn Findley
and Veronica Findley

... Sylviana Harper
... D. Brisbane & Sons

vs. ... Clermencia Richards and Arthur Carbim 190/55

.. Michael Daniel and George Palmer
... Thomas Franco

... Vincent Clyne

... Adolph Bierzynski
... Prince Andrew or William
... Clive Mitchell

... Charles, W. and E. Chichester

Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court.


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

(Appellate Jurisdiction).


Appellant (Defendant).

Respondent (Complainant).


(1956. No 50-Grenada)


1956. May 7; June 29; July, 20.

DENIS HENRY, for Appellant.

K. ALLEYNE, A.G. with DES ILES for Bespondlnt.


TIHE appellant was on Ist March, 1956, fined 10, and in default of payment sentenced to undergo
J three months' imprisonment with hard labour, on conviction by a Magistrate of the Southern
District on a charge that he, the appellant, on 6th January, 19.56, at the storeroom of the Electricity
Department, St. George's, did steal one water heater valued at $57.31 the property of the Government
of Grenada to which he had the means of access by reason of his employment, contrary to section 95
(2) (a) (i) of the Criminal Code, Chapter 55. The appellant is a civil servant in the employ of the
Government of Grenada. In January, 1956, he and one Nicholas Gooding, another civil servant were
constituted a Board of Survey for the electricity and telephone stores. On 6th January, 156, the
appellant and Gooding as members ot the Board along with Gordon A. Liain, keeper of the department's

No. of Suit.

e/ 56

F 161/55






GOVERNMiNT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.) 289

stores, proceeded tc the storeroom of the department to check the stores. When they were through,
the appellant and hain went to the cold storage department and Gooding went elsewhere. Gooding,
appellant and Bain met later and walked towards the electricity department; thereafter Gooding left
for his office while appellant remained outside of the storeroom conversing with Mr. Scott, the chief
.engineer of the electricity department. Scott lett; appellant then told Bain he wanted to check
something in the storeroom without stating what it was; Bain opened the storeroom door which was
locked with a Yale lock and entered the storeroom with appellant. A Mr. Glean then arrived and
asked Bain to weigh a vehicle for h;m. Appellant was within hearing. Bain then asked appellant to
hold on" for a few minutes until he had weighed this vehicle. Bain left but was not away long on
his return to the storeroom, he found the storeroom door locked and appellant gone. The storeroom
is on the ground floor of a building and the electricity office is on the first floor of that building but
access to the office is independent and by a flight of stairs entirely outside of the building. Bain went
upstairs to the electricity office where he found Scott and appellant. Scott had a water heater in his
hand and he handed the water heater to Bain. Bain in the course of his evidence said ; I then went
up to the office. 1 met Mr. Scott at the door of Mr. Grant's work-shop. I saw Mr. Scott with an
instrument in his hards which I recognize as the water heater. (Water heater shown to witness).
This is the heater. Mr. Scott was angry. He asked where I came from. He spoke in the presence
of Mr. Buxo; I told him where I came from. He told me he caught Mr. Buxo going away with the
heater. He told me he called him two or three times Ibefore he stopped Mr. Buxo. He told me that
Mr. Buxo told him it was an electrical gadget. Mr. Buxo said nothing in reply to what Mr. Scott
said. Mr. Scott then handed me the water heater with the papr to return same to the storeroom
which I did. This is the water he-tter and paper. I now produce same marked Exiibit "G.A.B.1".
After I had transferred the articles to the storeroom, Mr. Buxo came and spoke to me. He told me,
he took the heater to be tested. I know the value of the heater. It is valued for $57.31. When
Mr. Buxo told me that le wanted to check something in the storeroom I did not know what he wanted
to check; he did not tell me what it is he wanted to check. At the time Mr. Buxo spoke to me, the
survey of that storeroom was already completed'.
Scott, said: The survey started on 3rd January, 1956, and terminated at 2 p.m. on 6th January,
1956. At. 3.15 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. I was over in the power plant and working cn a new switch board.
When I was finished I was going over to my office upstairs of the Electricily Department. On passing
through the gates of he power 1.lant to go across the road to my office, when one half of the storeroom
door opened and I saw Mr. Iiuxo come out with a brown paper parcel under his arm. There were
tlihre cars parked below tlie office, and Mr. Buxo proceeding towards the cars when I shouted at him;
he then turned anr started up the stairs to the office. The store is directly beneath the office of the
Electricity Department. It is the boltom floor of the building. Unallocated stores are kept in the
storeroom. The storeroom is on the right of the stairway; if you look at the building with your back
to the Carenage, the door is about two or three feet to the right of the stairway. The cars were parked
to the left of the stairway almost in ilie same position as the doorway is on the right. I then shouted
to him a couple of times andi eventuiliy caught up with Mr. Buxo at the top of the stairway. I asked
hi what he had in the parcel ? He replied, "nothing" I asked him a second lime. He replied say-
ing it was a gadget. I asked him a ti!ird time and lie replied it was an electric gadget, but it was not
in stock. After which I took the parcel and I opened it and I saw a new sterilizer unit which is a
reserve unit for 'te sterilizer in the hospital, after which I turned over the unit to Mr. Bain my store-
keeper together with the wrapping paper. There is only one place in which the unit was used, I ordered
it about a month before, it, is the property of the Government of Grenada. (Unit shown to witness) he
said that was the unit-the paper is the identical paper with which the unit was wrapped. It is a
piece of paper with the Ericsson Telephone Company marked on it. The unit which I have with me
is similar to the one I turned over to my storekeeper".
Charles Grant, chief linesman of the electricity department also gave some corroborative evidence
to this effect. About 3 p.m. I was in the work room which is upstairs of one of the store rooms of
the Electricity Department. I heard Mr. Scott's voice whilst there. I looked out and I saw the
accused downstairs I heard Mr. Scott say, What this man doing with a parcel coming out of the
-storeroom I saw Mr. Buxo with a parcel folded. Buxo came into my workshop followed by Mr.
Scott. Mr. luxo said in reply to Mr. Scott Electrical gadgets not on store charge". Mr. Scott
enquiries were made three times. .'r. Scott said open it three times before they got into my workshop.
The parcel was eventually unfolded in my workshop; I saw it was a sterilizer heater element which
belongs to the Colony Hospital. Mr. Scott spoke to Mr. Buxo and eventually Mr. Buxo went away
leaving the element. When I saw the element opened, it was just as it is now". In answer to defence
counsel, Grant also said; Mr. Scott I could see lie was angry because he had to ask Buxo to open
it about three times before it was opened.".
Under cross-examination, Scott said "a 7 K.W. unit is the capacity of the sterilised unit in
.question. The 7 represents 7000 Watts". It was not suggested by the defence then that it was no
cther than a 7 K.W. unit. In point of fact, in examination in chief, the appellant said this apparatus
for which I am charged would not have been of any use to me whatever as it absorbs more electricity
than the Radio Station-it is a 7000 watts unit. I could not use it in my home as my home has been
inspected and it was suggested that if 1 used anything over 1000 watts it will set my house on fire.
I had no intention of leaving lte electricity department with that gadget". The defence here, apparently,
was setting up the unlikelihood of the unit being of any use to tle appellant. When cross-examined on
this point, appellant looked at the unit and said : I see 15 to 17 amps printed at the base of the
head of the equipment that is the water heater. I now say this is not the unit I was going to test, it
is a 7 kilo watt unit". lHe also said lie would have to calculate to determine whether it was a 7 kilo
watt unit instrument or otherwise; he calculated and said it is between 3-4 and a quarter kilowatts.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, JULY 28, 195i.-(No. 44.)

Counsel for the appellant urged, among other things, that
(i) the identity of the heater alleged to be stolen was not established.
(ii) that the intent or 'animus farandi' was not proved.
There can be no doubt that the charge must'be proved as laid and also if the unit produced in Court
was not the unit with which the accused was found in possession, the appellant should succeed and the
case for the respondent must fail. The appellant was charged with stealing one water heater withotit
any reference to the capacity of the heater. The Magistrate found that tle heater produced in Court
was one and the same heater as that with which the appellant was found in possession
by Scott and that disposes of any question as to its identity. any lingering doubts as to
the real capacity of the heater is therefore: otiose. Further appellant said he never intended to
appropriate the article to his own use but that he had taken it away for the purpose of testing it. He
had said this to Scott at a late stage of the questioning. There was some evidence that on the first
day of the survey appellant referred to ten electric iron elements which he thought to be blown.
Cruickshank an employee and Bain told appellant they- had to test those things before writing them
off. The Magistrate had all this before him but believed the appellant's explanation to be false. He
had seen and heard the witnesses and was normally in a better position to say which of them was
trustworthy and which not. I cannot say he had not taken proper advantage of that opportunity.
The learned Magistrate in his reasons said: "The Court believes the evidence of Henry
"W. D. Scott. The Court believes the witness Scott when he stated I asked him (meaning Defen-
" dant) what he had in the parcel, he replied nothing". I asked him a second time ? He replied
" saying it was a gadget. I asked him a third time and he replied, it was an electrical gadget, but it
was not in the stock. After which I took the parcel and I opened it, and I saw a new sterilizer
" unit which is a reserve unit for sterilizer in hospital. Believing as the Court does the testimony of
" Messrs Gooding, Bain and Grant, the Court finds that the evidence is overwhelmingly against the
"defendant and that there is no question in the Court's mind as an element of doubt which can
' be given to the defendant as urged by his Counsel in a brilliant address which was skilfully pre-
" pared by minute cross-examination of the witnesses. The Court does not believe the defendant's
" story and however much the Court may be inclined to show sympathy to the defendant, the Court
"cannot allow its heart to run away with its head. On the question of the law the Court finds,
"applying the law to the facts as found by the Court, that all the definition of larceny was present,
" both in the English law and our local law".
If there was evidence upon which the Magistrate could so find and if lie did not derogate from
any legal principles or take a wrong approach in reaching his conclusions, an appellate court, even
though it might have found differently on the same facts, cannot disturb that finding. There is, in
my view, abundant evidence upon which the Magistrate could have come to the conclusion at which
he arrived and it is not surprising that he found as he did. He was fully seised of the principles of
law he had to apply and I am convinced that all the requirements of the statute had been satisfied.
The appeal is dismissed and the conviction and sentence affirmed.
Chief Justice.
20th July, 1956.


Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association.

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

GRADES Advances

Green Nutmegs 20 Cents

Dry do. 32 do.

Cracked Grinders 12 do.

Dried Whole Mace $1.09

Dried Broken Mace 60 Cents.

Mace Pickings 30 do,

Date fixed: 11th June, 1956,

GOVERNMENT GAZE1TE, JULY 28, 1956.-(No. 44.) 291


Air Mail Services.

EFFECTIVE Wednesday, 1st August, 1956, AIR MAILS will be closed at (A) General Post Office
San i 1, :1) Grenville Post Office respectively, as hereunder.
(Cancelling all previous schedules).


Closing Tint.


Registered Unregistered
Mail. 1Mail.

Monday 10 a.m. 11 a.m.



2 p.m.
10 a.m.
10 a.m.

3 p.m
10.30 a.m.
11 a.m.

2 p.m. 3 p.m.
10 a.m. 11 a.m.

Saturday 10 a m. 11 a.m.

British Guiana, Jamaica, Aruba, Cura9ao,, Great Britain. U.S.A.,
Trinidad, & Intransits.
Antigua, Barbados, Martinique, St. Kitts.
Trinidad St. Vincent, & Dominica.
British Guiana, British Honduras, Bermuda, Jamaica, Aruba,
Curacao, Great Britain, U.S.A., Trinidad and Intransits.
Barbados, St Lucia, Martinique, Antigua, & St. Kitts.
British Guiana, Jeamaica, Aruba, Curacao Great Britain, U.S.A.,
Trinidad and Intransits.
Barbados, St. Lucia, Guadeloupe, Antigua, St. Kitts, and


Monday 1.00 p.m.
Tuesday 1.00 p.m.
Wednesday 1.00 p.m.
2.30 p.m.
Friday 2.30 p.m.
Saturday 11.30 a.m,

1.30 p.m.
1.30 p.m.
1.30 p.m.
3.00 p.m.
3.00 p.m.
12.00 noon.

Barbados and St. Lucia
Barbados, St. Lucia and Trinidac.

Acting Colonial Postmaster.
General Post Ofice,
24th July, 1956.

N.B.-Intransits include all places where a direct mail is not sent from Grenada.



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