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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Frequency: weekly
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 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
General Note: Includes supplements consisting of bills, ordinances, statutory rules & orders, etc.
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Volume ID: VID00006
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

Table of Contents
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        Page 24
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 24 of 1956: Montserrat Postal Service (Amendment) Rules and Regulations, 1956
        A-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 25 of 1956: Proclamation dated July 27, 1956, Declaring Thursday the 2nd Day of August a Public Holiday in the Colony of Montserrat
        B-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 26 of 1956: Proclamation dated July 27, 1956, Bringing into operation the Old Metal and Marine Stores Ordinance, 1956
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No. 6.


Between the Post O(lic, l)D,pi):';tentst of Canada and
Antigua concerning the (xclihin: of ,Money Orders, to
take th- place of the Convniition between Canada and the
Leewar.i Islands, which was signed at Ott:twa, Canada, on
the 2rd, day of .Jfly 'i am at t. .lohu s, Antigna. on
the 21.ic day i of .I:tlliti ry 1

Fo' th1 purpose: of eistahlishing a s-ysiiem of exchange
of OMrn.-y Ord.- between -tnad-a.i aond Antigua, the
unl rI.d,;; -'. !e- Pitmastr : ..ii.-!' al of :.Canada and His
Honloir ALEC LV AIA E r! .di nisntr.torw of Antigua.
by vire of anll ority ve.':-i. il thoiln, hlave a'r e ed tthi
following articles.
Article 1.
I' I- shall in' a i'ygila exchange of Money Orders
between 'anada and thie Colony of Antilga.

Article 2.
''hI malnxijnum of each Money Orier shall be oni
huindri dollars (i,.,'. j i and no Money Order shall
include al fractional )part ofa cent. Every Money Order
shall b- drawn n til authorized Form only (Specimen A).

Article 3.
Their rates of commission to be charged on Money
Orders drawn in Canada upon Antigua, or rice versI.,
shall Ie the same as the inland rat-s for Money Orders
issued for payment within the respective jurisdictions.

Article 4.
(1) Each country shall keep the commission charged
on all Money Orders issued within its own jurisdiction
for payment in the other and no charge will be made by
either Administration for any services performed for the
other in connection with the exchange of Money Orders.

(2) Each Administration shall communicate to the
other the tariff or schedule of the fees to be established
by it under the provisions of this Article and also any
subsequent change therein.

Article 5.
Money Orders shall be drawn only on authorized
Money Order offices of the respective countries and each
postal Administration shall furnish to the other a list of
such offices, and from time to time notify any addition
to, or change in such lists.

Article 6.
Every \[.,hei- Order shall contain the name of the
office and of the country of destination and if relating to
a MI...-y Order payable in Canada, the name of the
Province in which such office is situated.

Article 7.
\1. n.y Orders shall be issued only on the applicant
furnishing the given name, surname and address of the
person t, *.' h.ou the amount is to be paid, and his own name

/3q 72-97
A/(2-.

anI a: ddrress, ex.'i tI in t se i (. })O j b rsine:: irms whose
usual deeigiia t will }Ie- .1 nuchli money Orders
are to le, handle ti, th" rkmtii:.ri I'; tansiissioi to the
payeeVs.
Article 8.
(1) Money OrJdr'is diraw il Can ia on 1Antiua shall
bI expresq(id in Ster.!i; ?) w!i-, ail id ( '.i iaiiti; dollars
and cents. 'i.-io y Orders dawn in Antigna on Canada
shall h expressed in Calnadia: dollars ai cents and in
St-rlin mou'.y.

(2) Eon of4 the cuitrictiini A.miuiiit4ratil shall
h;avL\ the poIwer" to fix, Itoin time to tinmw. the rait, of
convi\ i-,on :rp)licii le t( ,o t-o O0!' ers issued ),b it.

Article 9.
On ti :! first itday of each nioni or on tin succ' ,ding
day if such k;ay talls on Suitl;dai. r-ht Administrtation
shall .prepare in dai plicato- a certified list oi tll T\inlo ey
Ordeitr issued )by the otit Ardministratioi which have
b-len piaii by atnd received from its inbluid -.'i and
xlontoind I to) i ;t ian'ludltli tho li ast day of the prt f-d-
in. month.

(a) 'rih, Moiney 0:-,rris shall be listed i wan uni rial
seq (,-'in of( serial nuitbes ae : theio lis ts will show the
serial nutnmbe of -each Ori a its a lount ini Cainadian
dolliorl and cents and in SterVl n money. Tie sum total
of each sheet of paid Orders shall be stated in a summary
attached to the list.

(b) The lists shall be numbered consecutively
throughout the calendar year, beginning with number 1
for the list of Oreers paid and/or examined during the
month of January and ending with the list for the
month of December.

(c) One copy of each of the lists shall be transmitted
on the part of Antigna to the Director of Financial
Services. Post Office Department, Ottawa 4, Canada-
Attention. Money Order Division, and in like manner on
the part of Canada to the Post Office Department at St.
John's, Antigua.
(d) Every paid Order shall accompany the list in
which it is entered and the package containing the list
and paid Orders shall be forwarded under registered
cover.
(e) Each Administration shall promptly acknowledge
to the other the receipt of every list and shall as soon as
possible after receipt give notice of any errors which may
be discovered therein.

(/) If at any time the package containing the paid
Orders- transmitted by one Administration to the other be
lost while in transit by mail, it is agreed that a certified
copy of the list shall within a reasonable length of time
be accepted by the other Administration as a satisfactory
voucher and evidence of payment of the Orders described
therein which have been lost or destroyed.

Article 10.
The Orders drawn by each country upon the other
shall be payable upon presentation subject to the regula-
tions which govern the payment of Money Orders in the
country on which they are drawn.


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20 THE' ANTIGVA,'k MONt'4RRV AND VIRTGIN ISLANI)S tAZET T. [August 2, 19,) 56


Article 11.

(1) (W) Money Orders alleged to have hben lost or
destroyedd will be replaced with duplicates
to be issued by the Administration of the
country of origin.

(b) Applictios for duplicates imay b e accepted
only i'rom the purchasers or the holders of
thn' purchasers' receipts or Ifroni t'he payees
or endorses if they are responsible con-
ccrns whlichi custr,marily extend credit for
Mon,'e Ordetr- 1 leged to havir been e i'lid
to thmci. ,xcept in the latter cases the
responsibility f obtaining the diiplicates
will devolve iupon the pagye('s who should
communicate \\ith the pnrcihasers.

(2) (a) Dnplicates issucld in favour of the paye('s of
Money Orders Awill Ib sent to the Post Oflice
)epartmin t olf the country of' payment.

(b) Duplicates requiatcd in favor of the remiitters
of Money tOrders will n'0 t li issued until
certificates iiliil iirst havi hec, obit:nied
from the country of payment certifying
that the original -loney Ordetkrs have not
heen paid.

Article 12.

The Money Orders issued in pursuance of this Con-
vention shall be v alid until tle expiration of twelve
months from the last day of the month in which ii issued.

Article 13.

Origi id V._.. .. Orders may be repaid by the country
of origin without reference to the other Administration.
in accordance with the imter;al regulations of the country
of issue.

Article 14.

Sh.,.'i it appear that Money Orders are used by
mercantile men in Canada or Antigua for the transmission
of large sums of money, or in the case of a great advance
in the rate of Exchange, or other circumstances creating
abuses or acting injuriously to the postal revenue, either
country shall be at liberty to increase the commission or
suspend the issue of Money Orders for a time.


the total amounI t paid in --. ling money in
resp'1ct to Mo'Ney Orders o.if C(anadhi issoe.
o1th copies I f t(le af c mnt shall be forward-
oi to C(anui: with tle relative monthly list
;idl paid '..y Ordois.

(b) The Post ICl Department Iof Canada shall
returnll an aeceplted copy of thie alc ouint and
shall remit to the Post Office Departmnwt of
Antigua a draft on London, England. ex-
pressed in Sierlng moiiney in favon' of the
Postmioaister of Antigu;,. [or th(e aonil it due
t Antigua.

(2) (a) The Post 1.(' Deprtment 4' Cin ':la shall
prepare ;ln account in duplicate showing
i]e total ;iouiint paid in Canadian Dollars
in respect to Mo'ney Orders originating in
Antigua. Both copies (if the accoul;t shall
hl forwarded to Antigua with the relative
monthly list and paid Money Order-.

R/) The PBst CdI Dep i rtment of Ant'g0a shall
irtur 'in i ae,,pted copy of the actOflnt and
shli l remrit to t lie Pos,:t (Il ... Department
f Canad( a a draft on Ottawa, Canada, ex-
pressed in (analian Dollars in fao (tur of the
Receiver Ceneral of Canalda for the amount
due to (Canada.

(3) Pending thel settleni t of an account, either
Administration ;may make a provisional pay-
ment on the amount, owing the other Depart-
ment.

(4) 'T..I expense attending the settlement of accounts
shall be borne by the debtor country.

Article 16.

The present Convention shall take (i.n, 1 on the 1st
day of November, one thousand nine hundred an d fifty-
six and shall remain in force tulil the expiration of a
period of one year after the date upon which one of the
two contracting Administrations shall have notified the
other of its intention to terminate it.

D)ONE in duplicate, and signed at Ottawa, Canada,
on the 21st day of June in the year lt96, and
at St. John's. Antigua on the 10th day of
July in the year 1956.


Article 15.


The accounts shall he prepared monthly on thie basis
of individual indebtedness, each country preparing tle
account in respect to the amount due to its Adminis-
tration.

(1) (a) The Post Office Department of Antigua shall
prepare an account in duplicate showing


IIHGUIES L.A oINaTE.




ALEC LOVELACE,
Adnin i isltrat/or t fAtitiji'.









Atuglst 3, LPh5] 17E ANTO~n AIWASL1R \T AND VIR~ir


Notices.


Virgin Islands Education
Ordinance, 1955.

Tt is notified for general informua-
tion thit in accoardane,- with the
provisions of Section 3 (c) if thei
Education Ordinaince. 1.* lie Actiing
Administrator has appointed Mr. N.
E. .-. HATRRIAN (Assistant Adminis-
trariv- Sec-retary. Administrator's
Ollice) to be Elucation Officer.

2. The Edneation Oilicer wil! b-
responsible for ithe inllne(-ntation ot
policy dtcisio1ns and suich other
matters a miiy I)b prsi'l'iiril it by thei
E l,i .' .. ,, Or'diin nce auid IH 'iiatioln
mtad,- therelund-r.
Ref. No 2S/i0228


It is notified for goenevd infi lnori-
tion that the following persons have
been appointed as lllme erls of tlhe
Antigua Wlhitley Coun ii for tihe
period 1t April I' I., to 31st Aiarch.
1957:
Oth/i a/ Sidt-.

Hon. F'inaneial Secretary-
(Chaiinmi n)
The Snrperiliteiindt of Teleptlines
The Assistant Administrative
Secretary (P.W. C.)
The Aisistatnt Adihiitnistrativi
S~ieetal y (Mvedic;l)



Mr. W. L. !MAn::'
Mir. E. 0. 0 \' BER-,ii GE
Mr. J. A. O'IAnnJ
Mr. SV. HUNTIN
2. 1 I. \. A CLARI-KE' lli lie, 1I n-
appoiuntil Sr'r 'ary of t!he councill
for the sin- } riid.

Adm i ni.ratu. ofri's ()/ic: ,
Antiq/ut.
31st ,fll!. 1'. t .
Ref. No A 13/1:36


No. 13.

The l. iti \ iis taiur.ory Rules ald
Orders ;:, circulaKtd with tins (az,.tlto









hitied JI 17 Il2T I-i- it I',- ,
anlid f ir l; r thei te n lreof:-

Mit. iit rr t.





No. 2:6 of ia<, "Tie Ei-whl rati
Postal Service .AmL idtnet) H, h-s







1 pp. Price 3f rn '.
.... '"> of' '. Proclanation
dated July 27 130(;, dlcll rinv I',. .--
day the i2nd dlay of August. P),6. a
]Public Holiday il the Colony of



No. 2(0 of 19%G, Proclamation
dated July 27. i',.',,. bringing into
operation the Old Metal and Marine
Stores Ordinance. 1' ",1.."
1 pp. Price 3 cents


CO(LOINY O0 ANTIGIT.

General (Open) Import Ticeance.

No. 2 of 1956.

Gein'al (Open) Import Licence
No. ] of 1954 daltd the Ist lay iof
\Apil, 1954, as amended, is hereby
I'lrtdVr ed!!e q(lod ;Is follow":---

(1) i i1 : i !ly e su sttitutiio of a co, o
ifo tih i'll itop ii 'tei toih wo r
Simp!wrted at thiie *:Pt.d f
t]!-, I t ll aI, 'ali (iii) ol the pri o-
vij si ail the addition of th
fllowi g ; :,' Irth r provi, ;
Ptrovid, i that not t ing
in tlis licence a hall b.- con-
s 'rtnd is nlt'h rising thle im-
iiort'tio4n of g(oods the entry of
whi 4h i prchibitk'd or ri'slrit-
id til d t any out 'ir I g' I.lative
(Mactmlnit at present in foroe.";
:1nd

I:2) by thie wiAlition to the Sc'h:dule
to the Lic'l e tn of the following
new it ns aft'Ur itmn (20)-

'"21) Leif t ,ob iieo

A231 C Nli icd fertilisers:
Ct (2) Coallt ium crh idie.".

Datl thi, 12th dtiy ol July. 19;56.


Ny Order of th95 (.overnor.


S 1. UR. A. MICDONALD,
i 'it,//ri' f (u.ton.a f (w S'I jily
fifi,'ri .

Iv the iiiditiii 1 the.
Offi atil.ui iiiy lad I'th
Ahtig iii




(COLONY OF ANTGI'UA.

General (Open) Import Licence.

No. 8 of 1956.

( n).ral (.Open) Imnport Licence No.
' t of -. '',, ;Si a tended. is hereby
Lurtheir amended as follows:--

hy the addition of the 'words
;ied chnfical fertilisers after the
words Fertilisers exchtuding sui-
phalte of atnunaonia ". mnd b)y the
deletion of the words o and un-
imnuifactured after the words
Tol0baco, mnuifactKtired incldinig
cigarettes ". in the Schedule to the
Licence.

Dated the 12th day of July, I'- .


By Order of the Governor.

J. R. A. ''I,[iONALD,
C(olector of vJ,,towms ani Y r i:
juicer'.

Oustloms and S"npply C, .,
Antigua.


'.: ISLANDS GAZETTE. 21

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


Average circuittion
1956:

Br. Cariibe;a Cur-
rency Notes

D)emonoetized Gov't.
Notes outstanding


during 'i


$
5 7,-...;':,". .;, ni -i


1,190,731.00

A58,7 1, ..i. M ,


r'. Ca(ribbean Currency Notes in
circulation on 1st fJly, 195(;:


Trinidad & Tobago ... 27.71I2. -.-...00


liar bados

Britisih Guiana

(Grendta

St. Vincent

St. Lucia

Dominica

Antigua

St. Kitts

Montserrat


2.69.5,100.00

"d 11.41 00.00




11. ~i IIi

.. 1 I,51915010.0


'Total Br. Caribbean
Currency Notes


Demonettized Trinidd
and Toblago Gov't.
Noi-,s outstanding ... Il .".' I1111i


Demonetized Br.
(niuia: Gov't.
Notes outstanding ... '.'". 11.00

Demonetized Barblados
Gov't. Notes
outstanding ... 7 ..'. i I'.l


Total demtonetized
(Govern-,ent Notes
outstanding .. 1,1 ',7 li.0i

Total circulation
in 1st July, 1956 59,51,i,l".nli


L. SPENCE,

Erxeru. ive Oommissioner',
British Caribbean
Currency Board.


BiUifish Caribbean Currency Board,
Treasury Chalmbers,
Port of Spain,
Trinidad, B. W.I

No. 21100044











22 THE ANTIGUA, MONTS1RRAT A \"D VI1IN I ISLANDS GAZETTE [Augnst 3, 1956.


Statement showing British Caribbean Coin
Circulation in the British Caribbean
Territories (Eastern Group) on 1st
July, 1956.


Average circulation durinla
; ,... .1956 $ .i ', o '2


Trinida; & T(obago
Barbados
British Guiana
Grenada
St. Vinconut
St. Lucia
Dominica
Antig.a
St. Kitts
Pro..of- crat
Proof sets


$799,350.00
411,225.00
461,050.00
90,875.00
73 1 1i'...i1
108,500.00

86,775.00
84,450.00
10,800.00
1,776.50


S2,210,776.50


L. SPENCE,
Executive Commiissioner,
Br. Cariil)i)ir;n Currency Board.

British C:'rihbehan Currency Board,
Treasury Chamr,,rs,
Port of Spain,
Trinid:ad.

Ref. No. 24/00079.


ACQUISITION OF LAND.

Notice required under section 4
of the Land Acquisition Act,
1944 (No. 11/1944).

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that it appears to the Governor in
Council that the lands described in
thle Shlldule hereto and situate at
Monteros IEtate in the Parish of
Saint MNIry in the Islain of Antigua
are likely to o be needed for purposes
which ill tlhe opinion of the Governor
in Council are public purposes, namely
to erect thereon a School, AND that
it is necessary to make a preliminary
survey of the said land.

-, 'il I II)TLE.
A piece or parcel of land contain-
ing approximately 3 acres of Monte-
ros Estate in the Parish of Saint Mary
in the Illand of Antigua owned by
Coleridge .Jamnes and bounded as
follows:
On the West by the Public Eoad
On the East and North by Rigsby
E4-it.e and
On the South by a footpath
sepa-lrating it from the retnin-
der of Monteros Estate.

Dated the .t'i day of June, I' .,,.
F. A. CL\RKE,
lelrk of the Counciil.
Adminis(tra r',s 0
St .o,h/n'. 4 ; tig/6 a.
Ref. No. A. 4;164.


ACQUISITION OF LAND.

Notice required under section 4
of the Land Acquisition Act,
1944 (No. 11/1944)

NOTICE 1IS HEREBY GIVEN
that it appears to the Governor in
Council that the lands described in
tlhe Sehdule herlto and situate at
Nut Grove in the Parish of St. John
in the Island of Anti ua are likely to
he n .ede d for purposes which in the
opinion of the (Goverinor in Council
are pub lic purposes, nllmely to erect
thereon a Sc hool, AND that it is
necss.ry to miake a11 preliminary sur-
vey of tihe said land.

SCHEDULE.

A pic or parcel of p land contain-
ing approximately g3.586 acres of land
at Nut (rove in the Parish l'f St.
John in th e Isl:nd of Antigua own-
ed by Alvnm Camacho and bounded
as follows:-

On the North and East by'the
Valley Main Road

On thie South by lind of Alvan
(miiacho and lInd formerly of
Reid and

On tlhe West by a road.

I a:ted the 26th day of Juno, I'.''..

F. A. CLARKE,
Cle' oj' the Council.
At'r init.'; tor',t ()o/ ire,
SI. Johni '8, Antigua.
Rif. 46;/64.


P:'-- OF ROAD ENGINEER,
ST. VINCENT.

Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified persons for the post of
Road Engineer, St. Vincent, particu-
lars of which are as follows:-

Appointment and Salary.

The post is non-pensionable and
the aplp)iiiitment will be on contract
for three i;) years. The salary is ini
the scale of 1,000-- EI -'in per
annllm, and the salary of the success-
fil candidate will depend on his
qualifications and experience. The
Oficer will be subject to the Colonial
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 provided the officer maintains
a motor vehicle for the performance
of his official duties.

Quarters.


Duties.

The duties of the post are to direct
and supervise work in connection
with the Island's Road Programme.
The main works involve the design,
layout and construction of new sec-
tions of road, and the colas surfacing
of existing gravel roads.

Qualifications.

Candidates should be graduate
Civil Engineers or should possess the
A.IM..L E. qualifications or compar-
able experience and qualifications.

Passages.

Free passages on first appointment
am! on satisfactory completion of the
period of engagement will be pro-
vided for the Officer, his wife and
children not exceeding five persons
in all: children should be under 18
years of age, unmarried and depend-
ent on the 01il. .

Leave.

Vacation leave will be granted on
the satisfactory termination of the
contract at the rate of I week for
each completed period of 3 months
consecutive service.

Taxation,

All Government Officers are liable
to taxation imposed by local legisla-
tion.

Applications giving full particulars,
*.... ii1. tI!.. and experience of the
applicant and accompanied by two
testimonials, should be addressed to
the Chief Secretary, Windward Is-
lands, Grenada, and must reach him
not later than 15th August, 1956.
Ref. No. A.C. 13/89- I.


Rf I'1F'ALL FIGURES.

Central Experiment Station

A ntigua.


Month.


Jan. ?.41 1.93 3.04 2.16 5.15

Feb. 1.60 1.02 2.45 .68 1.23


Mar.
April
May
June


1.62 5.60 1.08 .83 1.40
3.14 2.06 .49 1.75 3.83
3.07 1.50 3.83 2.81 2.68
5.74 1.31 3.32 1.47 5.72


To 28thJuly 8.38 3.08


3.30 2.13 4.29


25.96 16.50 17.51 11.83 24.20


Quarters are not provided.


I!W2. 19)53. Mt,~ 1955. M6.G







UN ANThIGUA 11(}NVSERRAT~V~ AN WM \ADJN ISLADS 2\ZETTHE. 2.3


iTh ::rieine -rcenntions, 1950 .

1. .' t (I- winningg' of the Hurricane Season th, public are advised to takie precautions
to safe.'nuiard !''er hoiws and other property in the event of a storm. lring a hurricane the
ccirala eletricii y i- !i will bI turned oil, and every household should therefore be provided witn
a hurriennoe Intr o- ; dah liIght (or preferably wihli hoth) which should be checked r gula"ly
ad :epi in w rkinig r throughout the hurricane seas(!.

2. hvers br' harometers should take, readings daily at 10 a.m., 4 p.m. and o p).Im.
Any chlive,.e lower ui i ii the usual diurnal one of 0(HO inli should( be regarded with suspicion.

3. The iash.Tis or a.;entis of vessels if in doubt slhouml coniununicate with the' l1ai'rour
Master for inforiatioii.
4. A'hi'ien iWIrring up a hlous(, on indication o!' btd w;i,,ther, beWgin wvith the sih!e facing'"
thie (irection of the prevailing MY'id, which varies from North West to Niorth East. blioi the
centre' of a sftorni pss over the island there will he a short period of caln: during which the
Northern side of thi ,uilding could be opened up and the Soulthern and We'4st.rly sides closed .
Very er e oftei thee is ino e(in, ind under such circumstances it is vise to have every th,'ig securely
fastened.
5., 'The U oeWle S tateWs Tnther Bureau at .~S Jua n, Puerto ItiAo, issues regular weather
exports for tie f.:stern ('iribbean which are broadcast in Spanishi and E nlish dJ ilv throughout the
hurricane season by s .veral radio stations iln 'Puerto 'ico. (Owers of radios shou tii mae i habit of
listening to these ir'..iciiasis which niy ibei heard .'o' -r tihe follo\vwig .suatioiN at tic- limes nId on the
frei uenciei( and w\vvel;enth shown:
IHROADCI S' T "TIMEi (),OCAi,)
... .'r'Frq u'ncty ),iilU i'(iitfCr S,.'/ ci' t) /r I Cr a n i'a ( t/ (,
(u.rai e/rnr.ikth). re'pors.
W1PR 940 kcs -5 a..: : a.m.
319.14 lm) L.55 in'." I '.0 )p.m.
VWAIPA 0O ks 7A. A..'"
!41. 18m) 12.1i5 p...
exceptt on Saturd:iy and Sunday
W\\KAQ 50 k"; ,'i.,'30 p.m.
(517.21 in) .1.30) .im.
\WiT'hvm ri Mi' :. 3:;5 !s 710 p[.m.
M 4.,,S.4 r) 10.10 n.m.
Exsept Saturdays
Stationst \'VSTA. in St. i' i. an WIVI in St. Croix also broadcast the We\ther Bnrean's special hurricane
wvarniings an d aiv;, ri'i


AT DAY.
Thie iollou'ingl sigials dit ayled at the IIaribouir Master's (l'i1;e -, Go;t H ill, Ottos Hill,
Police Headquarters and other Police stations denote the approach iof disturhed
v.'eathc1r:-
A. ,A t ed F; i-. with black square in centre means Tropieal disturbance reported;
likely to afi'et island of A.ntiua--CA 1'TION ADV)ISED.
B. TW\O red flags, with black squlars in centre-HIl tiLANE SIUXAL--
DAN)GXER EXPECTElD.
AT N04I1IT.
T'o D IETONzATINT r I'O.)CKETS will be Fired from the Harbhour -3.1i.,Nr's Office to
warn -ld 1 'i .
AT DAY & AT NiuDll.
A I E LtIGiIT will be displayed at Police Stations. 'ihe Police will go through St.
John's and villages rounding their whites.
T'ele'hio Exchimanges will infr;,! .itib;cribers After a hurricane warning has been
received tit- iiovs will be broadia: o by R dtio Antigua (3.255 inegacycles; 92.16
metres) at regular intervals:-9 a.n., 1 p.m 5 p.m. and more often if necessary.
Alininist raf its ()0 ', .
St. ,Join'l Altliqlut.
1tfh July, 1 ".1
\. 52/6-II.


Aplum 3, 19501j









2t THiIE AN iGUA, MOTNTSENiNAT ANDVIRGIXIS \'i' AND'S G A ZECE. [Augtiat 3, 195tl


WVINIWAn l) ISLANDS ~BROA.!)-
CATFIN( ERV I(.

V :'.,.- for two Announcer/
Operators.
Applications are invit, i. from .uiti
ably qualified candidates for two
appointments to the post of Announ-
c.-r/Operator in the Windward Islands
!Boadcast;ing Se-rvice, St. George's.
(Grlenada;, particn!l:u; of which An'; ;'
t'olows:--

2. Thel alary of the post is $1680
per antun, with annual incrmnent i
of :. t1 t' I '.' per annum.

3. The appointment is non-pen-
sionalltb) and will be on probation for
six mo.ionths. Subject to satisfactory
completion of the probatioiary period,
appointment will be on contract for
twI years in thf *i-i' inr;tance. The
olfier will e subject to the Colonita;
I'tunlations andi local General Orders
for the time bi ilin ill force, in go far
as they are applicable.

4. Thu selected officers will be(
required to carry out Anuouncoers
duties and control the programmed
outputs from the studios. A suitable
microDhone voice and ability to think
quickly and deal -I,:i.-* i cly with an
emergency are essential qualifications.
The officers will also be expected to
develop sonit aptitude for programme
coinpilation under the supervision of
the Programim Director and his
Assistant.

5. Free passages will be provided
for the selected officers on appoint-
ment. (including wife and children,
not. -1- .li, 5 persons in all) and


on sati.sf'actory termilnationi of the
contract.

it Vacation leave on full salary
will li gr;'miiei at the ratc ef one
Week for each completed period of
three m1onth1 ; rt-i(i-nt -t ovi sich
leave to bI taken on the satisfactory
completion of tlie period of 0Inlgag-
neii. t.

7. Appiicati',ns shonhi L-, :o!-
(lresi ;i to th0I. (, !i Secrt(,- i W ind-' t
ward Islands. (Grenala, B.VW.L.. ld
b) iosbted so that they reach liill iot
latri' than thl 10th Auilnust. 1 .
Ref. No. 13/003:.2



Windward Islands Broad-
ca tinw Service.


A applications arc invited fromti cuit -
abl qualified candidat-s for tliree
appoinlments to the post of Prc-
prainmne AsAistant in the \Widward
Islands Broadcastini- Siervice. St.
(GeorLgo's, (rlenad a. particnhlirs of
which arc as follows:-


2. The salary of the post is at the
rate of p'-' --0 per annuim.

3. Thb appointment is non-pen-
sionable, and will be on probation
for six months. Subect, to satisfac-
tory completion of the probationary
period, appointment will be on con-
tract for two years in thil first in-
stance. The Officer will be subject
to the Colonial Regulations and local
General Orders for the time being in
force. in so for as they are applicable.


4. Essential qualifications in-
clude some experience of newspaper
work, an interest in current affairs
and a knowledge of the Windward
iS-liiii-, and an ability to produce
aii record programmes of a varied



5. A Programme Assistant will be
stalinid in each of the three islands
St. sVicent, St. Lucia and Dominica.
IT,- \i.: be required to work under
directnii, of the Progra.-nmme Director
ant!d o u!ply the main station in
r(ini.a ;. with news and recordings of
talks. *iiscussioni. music, etc. lHe
will ac as as i representative of the
Windward Islands Broadcasting Ser-
vice. The successful candidates will
be re'icqired to iundertgo a p1-riod of
traininii with the main station in


r. Free passages will ie provided
for tl., selected officers on appoint-
innci. includingg wife and children
not breeding five persons in all),
and o satisfactory termination of the
coli! i"'i ,

'ication leave on full salary
will ii granted at the rate of
oin vw .k for "achl completed period
of thlir,, months resident service:
such leave to be taken on the satis-
factory completion of the period of
contract.

8. Applications should be address-
ed to the Chief Secretary, Windward
[slandI. Government House, Grenada,
and be posted so that they reach
him not later than the 10th August,
1956.
Ref. No. 13/00332


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Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1956.


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MONTSERRAT.



STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 24.


The Montserrat Postal Service (Amendment) Rules and
Regulations, 1956, dated July 23, 1956, made by the
Governor in Council under the Post Office Act (Cap.
123).

1. Short Title. These Rules and Regulations may
be cited as the Montserrat Postal Service (Amendment) Rules
and Regulations, 1956, and shall be read as one with the
Montserrat Postal Service Rules and Regulations, 1954
(Leeward Islands General Government Statutory Rules and
Orders 1954, No. 41), hereinafter called the Principal Rules.
2. Amendment. Schedule A to the Principal Rules
and Regulations is hereby amended by the addition immedi-
ately below the word Harris of the words St. Patrick's".

Made by the Governor in Council this 23rd day of July,
1956.


JAS. H. CARROTT,
Clerk of the Council.


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1956.


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MONTSERRAT.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.


1956, No. 25.


PROCLAMATION DATED JULY 27, 1956, DECLARING THURSDAY
THE 2ND DAY OF AUGUST, 1956, A PUBLIC HOLIDAY IN
THE COLONY OF MONTSERRAT.


BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE L-EEWADI) ISLANmS.

A PROCLAMATION.

K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.

I, considering that is desirable that Thursday the 2nd day
of August, 1956, should be observed as a Public Holiday in
the Colony of Montserrat. and in pursuance of the provisions
of the Public Holidays Act, 1954, do hereby, by and with the
advice of the Executive Council of the said Colony, and in
exercise of the powers conferred by the Act aforesaid, appoint
Thursday the 2nd day of August, 1956, as a special day to be
reserved as ai Public Holiday in the said Colony, under and in
accordance with the said Act, and I do by this my Proclamation
command the said day to be so reserved and kept, and all Her
Majesty's loving subjects in the said Colony to order them-
selves accordingly.
GIV1, IiN at tiie (Goieriii iiineit ous we, Iri tii6serriat,
this 27th day of July, 1956, in the fifth year
of Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!





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by EARL PIGOTT, Acting Government Printer.--By Authority.
1956.


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MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 26.


Proclamation dated July 27, 1956, bringing into opera-
tion the Old Metal and Marine Stores Ordinance, 1956.


BY THE GOVERNOR.

A PROCLAMATION.
0. E. HENRY,
.1. tini Administrator.

WHEREAS by section 13 of the Old Metal and
Marine Stores Ordinance, 1956 (No. 14 of 1956) it is provided
that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on a day to
be appointed by the Governor by proclamation published in
the Gazette:
NOW THEREFORE, 1, OSCAR ETHELBERT HENRY,
acting Administrator of the colony of Montserrat, do by this
my proclamation declare that the said Ordinance shall come
into operation on the llth day of August, 1956.
AND, all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the colony of
Montserrat and all others whom it may concern are hereby
required to take due notice hereof and to give their ready
obedience accordingly.

GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Montserrat,
this 27th day of July, 1956, in the fifth year of
Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!


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by EARIL PGoTT,' Aotiug Government Printer.-By Authority.
1956.
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