F 0IV kF_ I
A-& 4 4, 4 G IL-., e
[ ji)k ,A. I
It is herelby I ii l fi r geIn ral
iniforimatioi that flis ExcIlleicy\ tlhe
Gover-,ior hias plpoinoted thi Attornley
General. Lieev;ird Islamis t, lIe a1;
official member of the Le.is.lative
Council of the Colony of Antiuii.
Adinhin-,ii .rii "r's 0' ,
Ref. A. 18/,- II.
It is hereby notified for general
information that as a result of the
requirements prescribed in Annex 9
of the Convention of International
Civil Aviation a Facilitation Com-
mittee for Coolidge Airfield has been
The composition of the Committee
is as follows:-
The Director of Civil Aviation-
The Airport Supervisor
The Inlmigration Oflicer
The Collector of Customs or an
officer in Iis department
E. SCt'TT'-.JIH( SON Es .. represent-
A. MooDY-STIART Es i., represent-
MILES AM( DONALD Esq., represent-
ing Air France.
Adri, islra/t/r's Office,
8th Augvisl, 1.'.i.
Ref. P.W..C. 7/25.
Appointments and transfers etc.,
in the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
Baynes, R., to be Agricultural Assist-
ant II, Agricultural Department,
Antigua. July 16
Charles, J., to be Junior Clerk, Treas-
ury. Antigua. Aug. 1
,' 724 y7
A 6' 2 4 4 7
Davis, W., to !,., Junior Cie r:. Peasant
Development Services. Agricultural
Departmentt. Antigua. May 2
Howell, Miss C. GC, .hJnir 'l.-i .
., to be Senior Clerk.
Treasury. jAntigu;.. j.ite I
Hughes, C., ti, ]w Junior ('lerk.
Peasaiit De i. oi )in' t S I' ic- s.
Agricultural Depa rt [tent, Antigua.
Hurst, D. K. L., Junior (ierk, Audit
Department. Antigua. 'eunirmed to
the pensionable esta blis.1illent.
Kirwan, Miss E. E., .unior Clerk,
Audit Dleptartmfient. con iirmed t,
the pensionalie establishlmetnt.
Lindsay, Miss A., to be Junior Clerk,
Treasury, Antigna. J.-- ,.)
Parker, E. H. A., to 1,' Junior Clerk,
Customs, Antiigua. Jan. 1
Pereira, V. G., Agricultural Assistant
II, Peasant Development Services.
Agricultural Department, Antigua.
retired. July 29
Shervington, T. W. G., Junior Clerk,
Post Office, to be Senior Clerk,
Peasant IDevelopment Services,
Agricultural Department, Antigua.
Thomas, Miss N., Junior Clerk, Labour
Department, Antigua, resigned.
Thomas, H., Junior 0-., I Agricultural
Department. Antiiua. confirmed
to the pensionabl e establishment.
OONTIRMATION OF ORDINANOI5S
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
St. Cl/ristophjir :)evis and Anguttilla,
No. 1 of 1956, "The Preservation
of Orditnuances (IRepeal) Ordinance,
No. 6 of 19.56;, "The Laws and
Public Offices (Change of Terms)
The folio wing Statuttory liules and
Orde-r are circnlate;! with ths (ii Gaztt~
.1(i for a pvim thtl''re f:-
No. 34 of 1',I 1; Th Adapt) ti on
of Laws (Amendment) Re.gulations,
S' 3 pp. Price 6 c/s,
No. 27 of 1956., "Proclalmation
appointing the Glelon Hl hospital and
Her Majesty's Prison, respectively, to
Ie Institu!tios for the purposes of
Ordinance. 19-3(.'" 1 pp. P-ri'f 3 c3i.
No. 2S of 1956. Proclamation
dated July 31, 1956, varying the
('i..... Planting, Season of Cotton."
1 pp. Price 3 els.
No. 28 of 1956. "lThe Primary
Schools (Assisted Grants) Order,
19,5t." I pp. Price 3 (ts.
N.. .1 of 195,, The Pullic
Holidays (Openinm of Sliops) Order,
1956." 1 pp. Price 3 ctis.
Mediterranean Fruit Fly.
Owing to the reported occurrence
in Floriila of the Mediterranean Fruit
Fly, the Gl vernor-in-Council on the
13th July. 1956. made the Plant Pro-
tection Regulations, 19.);. prohibiting
the importation in the C olony of
i.., .. 1; Y of all fruit and vegetables
and any parts thereof except--
(i) canned fruit and vegetables
(ii) fruit and -vegetables which
have been dried, candied,
preserved or otherwise pro-
Notice is hereby given accordingly
that no licences will be issued for the
importation into the Colony of fruit
and vegetables from the United States
of America except as exempted above
until the outbreak of the pest has
Adminis tralor's 0.',
17th July, 11156.
Ref. M. 47/,12
30 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSHER1AT AND VIIIN ISLANDS GAZEiTTE. [16 Aui- 1956.
TRADE MAR1:K9: OFFICE,
SNTM T ,11h ..nyt, 1956.
DIC'IM LI H VIJ V A' J. .1.
M U.L ll1I" u.A 'NU. () "N! % -stsinfgel
6il9. schi "' I h ve
iappled i'or- ; (i i I (.1 ii rr
in ( 1 (hut is to :-- A ;,:i:ld;
of spirits and i'eer.
The Appiicauts claimii tllt they
iiihave ed thib said Trod(- Mlark in
resip),t od tle ,aid a ds i', 2 ycars'
b..fole tl'e dat of their si'i ATpplicta-
Any ptrsin may witliin three
months from thedae of tie first
.ppeara:ie of this Adlvtitll,,ent in
thu -nti 'at. Mointserrat &' Virgin
isibuds (Go,' gt.riv\e lnitko ini Wpli-
cote ai thiu Trade rk i
of tMe said Tr~p do "rI.r
T_,'otic oi-A, Stmiajie ('ott''n Lint.
iet nui'eor kn A s-j 1,( the P ea-nit
Bids e!hould sLte clearly tbe price
p'er 11). n-,et -n i lubeh is
of' staini-d I Ii:!t nov a'IX
pa 4 t/. t,lo (1' '-,iX v oi L 4/ lint
iuntedijtely afier ihe Is I cen notified
or the acenpu ice (d h is IN 1, m as
soon as Mial- iq;Ga to ) P, by the
The Peasant Development Officer
does not bird himself t,! necept the
highest or any Bid.
Hids should Ie addressed to the
Peasa-nlt I 1vc lopmint Oflki rA. Arti-
glIa. inId m'. "t rwanh hli in o() I 'r heefore
tl, '-"1 A :!"ir4t. 1'5^.
Dlcr/ I/eiop~ni//aii 0icejo
181ht .Jitl, P956.
CentrAi 94 1.1. VQ
e n r al i-;( -1 ri k
2,1 1.- 30 -,16 '.15
Feb. 1 ';) 1 .2 2. ;
S.;', :,.60 .( h
34 2,06 i 1.75 3.Q3
-.07 1-0) 3:3 2S 2.58
-.74 131 332 t 5, 72
SO 3W TO 2W M
To 11th Aug. 2.37 .3i
1.71 3;.15 1.0
2S : 3 17 5 19.42 11 8 23.70
Declaration dated June 26, 1956, made under Section 3 of the Laad Acquisi ion A t. 1944,
(No. 11/1944) for the Acqui'si-on of certain Land in tae Colony of Antigua required for
IT IS HEREBY D ECLARED that the Governor in Connecil with the approval of the Lcgislative Council of
the Colony of Antigua considers that the lands situate at Liberta in the Parish of Saint Paul in the Island of Antigua
and more particularly described in the Schedule hereto, should be acquired for public purposes. namely to erect
thereon a School. Health Centre, Nurses Quarters and amenities.
ALL the pieces or parcels of land containing in the whole i.4 11 acres situated in the Village of Liberta in
the Iarish of Saint Paul in the Colony of Antigna owned Itb the following-
Stephen t. Merdesl, J:i;nes Frederick. Bierkley Jatris, Robert Joseph, Antigua Trades and Labour
Tnio i, George Ferrance and ( .. Titius and
hl(uill i1i. i as follows:-
On the North ill part by a stream :,i; in part by the Public Road,
(n the South by a droad separatii4g hilie said lands from Pattersons Estate,
On the East in part by the Pollic load and in part by a road, and
in the West by land of .Jams Fl di. rick anl Ellis Ferrance.
Ma-de by the Governor in Council this 26th day of June, A1,',
F. A. CLARKE,
C('rk of the (Con ii.
August 16, 1956] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND) VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 31
Hurricane Precautions, 1956.
1. At the beginning of the Hurricane Season the public are advised to take precautions
to safeguard their homes and other property in the event of a storm. Duinrg a hurricane the
central electricity supply will bh turned off. and every household should therefore be provided with
a hurricane laterr, or a flash light (or preferably with both) which should be checked regularly
and kept in working order throughout the hurricane season.
2. Owners of barometers should take reading's daily at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Any change lower than the usual diurnal one of 0-10 inch should be regarded with suspicion.
3. The masters or agonis of vessel. if in doubt should communicate with the Harbour
Master 'or information.
4. When arr'ing up a Louse, on indication of ;d wither, ) begin with the side facing
the direction of the prevailing winid, w which varies from North West to Nort h East. ;Should the
centre of a storm pass over the island there will be a short period of c(I during which the
Northern side of the litilding could be opened up and the Southern and Westerly sides closed.
Very often, there is no c.'!ni. and under such circiustances it is wise to have everything securely
5 TI' United Siates Wealthr Burcniu a t 'An Ja, uerto lRic issues regular weather
reports for the Easterl ('ciuibbonr wlhici are broadcast in Spmnisih ind English d( ily throughout the
hurricane season by sver:il radio -.tations in Puerto :ico. ()Owers of radios should nike a habit of
listening to these broandcis s which nny be heard over the following stations at the times aid on the
'.: 'lie'--lt and wavelength shown:
ImKOAOCST TIMES (LOCAL)
Stftioit. ]i'req,'t !/ !li / ,t 'er S i' ci,' l lt/ trricwtpe 1r nti in/js.
tr'(g' le iungllh). r'eportls.
W IPft k-s f '*5 ;\.m., f'. ) a.m.
;(31 4.1 m) 55 in."' l p.m.
WAPA (;;0 has 7. ;, n.
(441. 8 m) i t .15 j.m.
*except (n iSati'rd;ty and Sunday
WKAQ 580 kes 6.30 p.m.
(5 7.24 1i) 12.30 .m.
\\ 'ii.I island' s .' ", 's 7.10 p.m .
(8.S4 n1 ) 10.10 p.m.
Exc-pt -S tunrd(;I s
Stations WTS''\ i t T a'i'si; .in 1 W V1 in St. C'roix also lro:i castt the \W :>th r lijreau', speci;ll hlirricane
earningss and ad .isri,-i .
St i'li arni Sivials.
V l)I Y.
The' follow i g, signals displayed at the i larboir faster's (Olice, Goat Hill, Ortos Hill,
Plii. !ml Headq(uairt'rs and other P'6lic stations de(noe tie apiproiht of disturbed
A. A iRed Flag with black square in caittre means Tropical disturiince reported;
likoel to affect island of Antigua- CAUTI.OX ADNVi SiD.
B. TW( red i'-., with black squalrs in centre -11ilRI.CANE SIPNAL-
DAN( I:;. EXPECT ,D.
AT NI 4AT.
Two DETONATIN lOCiETS will be Fired from 'i1 llHarniour Master's Office to
AT DAY & AT NiWitT.
A !i, iil 'T will displayed at Plice nationss. 1 I Poli:e wil rgo through St.
Jol(hn's ;n1l \iil. ts :,uimtding' their v l i sies.
TelellhIon i';xi.hang will infr;) siub-cribers. After a hurricane warning has been
received tti' ie .,e v ill be broadca-t by Rladio Antigua (3.255 megacyc.es; 92.16
metres) at regular intervals:-9 a.m., 1 p.m., 5 p.m. and more often if necessary.
Administrator's 0 .
St. John's, Antiqu/it.
10th July, 1956.
32 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [August (;, 1956.
BANKING STATISTICS LEEWARD ISLANDS.
Figures for end of quarter: 30th June, 1956.
All figures in British West Indian dollars.
Number of r1.-... tit banks: 2 (Barclays Bank (D. C. O.) and RHyal Bank of Canada).
1. Notes in circulation
3. Balances due to
6.( 57,7 13.68
(a) Other banks in Colony
(b) Banks abroad
4. Other Liabilities
1. (Cash 783,192.29
2. Balanc-, due by other banks in Colony 9.294.09
3. Balances dne from banks abroad
and other short claims due I ,,i'.'.'1.90
4. Loans and Ad(vaces 3,120,127.29
(i) Primary production (including
processing or primary
(ii) Other industries (including
tion & Distribution)
5. [n vest ineint
6. Other Assets
604 .7... 72
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 34.
THE ADAPTATION )o LAws AMENDMENTN) 'REGULATIONS,
1956, DATED JULY 26, 195vi MADE BY THE GOVEKRNOI
UNDER SECTION 5 OF TIE Le~WAI.MI ISLANDS (MISCEL-
LANEOUS PROVISIONS) ORDER IN COUNCIL, 1956 (hi-
PERIAL) (S I. 1 6, No. 833).
1. SHORT TITLE. These Regulations may be cited as the Adaptation
of Laws (Amendment) Regulations, 1956, and shall be read as one with the
Adaptation of Laws Regulations, 1956 (S. R. & 0. 19.6 No. 2) hereinafter
called the Principal Regulations.
2. AMENDMENT OF FIRST SCHEDULE. The First Schedule to the
Principal Regulations is hereby amended as follows:-
(1) In, the amendments to the Training Schools Act (Cap. 48) the
following is hereby substituted for the amendment to section
The words of the Presidency in which is situated the
Training School where the inmate is kept in respect of
whose maintenance the contribution is made" shall be
(2) In the amendments to the Jury Act (Cap. 56) the following is
Cap. Short title. Section. Amendment.
56 Jury Act 13 (1) (b) For the word "Circuit"
the word "Colony"
shall be substituted.
(3) For the amendments to the Obeah Act (Cap. 64) the following
shall be substituted-
Cap. Short title, Soction. Amendment.
64 Obeah Act 3 For the words "or Acts" the
words "or Ordinance shall
4 For the words "Whipping
Act" the words "Corporal
Punishment Act, 1949"
shall be substituted.
(4) The amendments to section 19 (1) of the Title by Registration
Act (Cap. 99) are hereby replaced by the following-
. 7 1 G 7 ?The words ", with the consent of the Governor," shall be
After the words "Crown Suits Act" the words "or any
Ordinance amending, repealing or substituted for the
same shall be added.
For the words except that' the word and shall be
For the words "Titles to Land Assurance Fund the
words "general revenue of 'the Colony" shall be sub-
The proviso shall be deleted.
(5) For the amendment to section 76 of the said Title by registra-
tion Act the following is hereby substituted-
For the words "the island in which the land is situated"
the words the Colony" shall be substituted.
(6) In the amendments to the Stamp Act (Cap. 135)--
(a) the number "82 in the third column is hereby replaced
by the number "79 ";
(/) for the word Schedule the number "82 is hereby
(c) the word Schedule is hereby inserted in the third column
opposite the amendment in the fourth column immediately
following the Amendment to section 82.
(7) In the amendments to the Legitimacy Act, 1929 (9/1929) the
second amendment to section 8 in the fourth column and the
",, appearing opposite thereto in the third column are hereby
(8) In the amendments to the Emigrants Protection Act, 1929
(10/1929) the bracketed figure (1) is hereby inserted
after the number 14 in the third column.
(9) In the amendments to the Pilgrim Holiness Church Act, 1936
(a) the first two amendments in the fourth column and
the word Preamble and number "3 respec-
tively opposite thereto in the third column are
hereby deleted; and
(I ) the amendment to the Schedule is hereby replaced by
Parts 2 and 3 of the Schedule and the respec-
tive captions thereto Montserrat" and "Nevis"
are hereby deleted.
(10) The following amendment to the Supreme Court (Amendment
Act, 1955 (No. 11/1955) is hereby inserted in its appro-
11/1955 Supreme Court (Amend-
ment) Act, 1955
2 For the word every"
the word "the" shall
(11) In the amendments to section 2 (1) of the Interpretation and
General Clauses Act, 1955, the word "Colony "in the
definition of the expression "Attorney General" is hereby
replaced by the word "Leeward Islands ".
3. AMENDMENT OF THIRD SCHEDULE. The Third Schedule to the
Principal Regulations is hereby amended by the deletion of the words and
figures "45 Railways Offences Act ".
4. COMMENCEMENT. These Regulations shall be deemed to have
come into operation on the 1st day of July, 1956.
Made by the Governor this 26th day of July, 1956.
K. W. BLACKBURNE,
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STATUTORY IRLES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 27.
PROCLAMATION DATED JULY 2, 195(, MADE BY THE ADMINIS-
TRATOR UNDER SECTION 12 OF THE LUNACY AND MENTAL
TREATMENT ORDINANCE, 1956, APPOINTING THE GLENDON
HOSPITAL AND HEI MAJESTY'S PRISON, RESPECTIVELY, TO
BE INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE LUNACY AND
l EN T Ii, TREATMENT ORDINANCE, 19.56.
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF MONTSECRRAT.
O. E. HENRY,
A ctin Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 12 of the Lunacy and Mental Treatment Ordinance,
1956, (No. 13 of 1956) it is enacted that the Administrator may, by
proclamation, appoint the whole or any part of any building, house or other
place together with any out-houses, yards, gardens, grounds, or premises
thereto belonging, to be an institution for the purposes of the aforesaid
AND WHEREAS it is expedient that the Glendon Hospital in Plymouth,
in the parish of St. Anthony, in the Colony of Montserrat and Her Majesty's
Prison in Plymouth aforesaid, respectively, should be appointed institutions for
the purposes of the aforesaid Ordinance:
NOW, THEREFORE, the Administrator deth hereby order and appoint
that the Glendon Hospital in Plymouth in the parish of St. Anthony in the
Colony of Montserrat and Her Majesty's Prison in Plymouth aforesaid, shall
respectively be and each of them are hereby appointed institutions for the
purposes of the aforesaid Lunacy and Mental Treatment Ordinance, 1956.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Montserrat, this 28th day of
July, 1956, in the fifth year of Her Majesty's reign.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
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STATUTORY TITLES AND ORDERIS.
1956, No. 28.
CLOSE PLANTING SEASON FOR COTTON.
PROCLAMATION DATED JULY 31, 1956, VARYING THE CLOSE
PLANTING SEASON FOR COTTON.
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF MONTSERRAT.
0. E. 11ENRY,
I cfinl A,-iinistrator.
WHEREAS under section 3 of the Cotton Planting (Regulation) Ordinance,
1926 (No. 7 of 1926 it is provided that the Governor in Council may from
time to time by Proclamation published in the Gazette and by Public Notice
declare any period of each year to be a close planting season within the mean-
ing of the Ordinance either for the whole Colony or for such area or areas
thereof as may be specified in such Proclamation, and that afy Proclamation so
issued and published may be revoked, amended or variod Ly a Proclamation
similarly issued and published:
AND WHERFAS by Proclamation dated the 15th day of April, 1955, and
published in the Gazette on the 28th day of April, 1955, and by Public Notiee
the Governor in Council declared the period from the 15th day of May, 1955,
to the 15th day of August, 1956, both days inclusive, to be a close planting
season within the meaning of the said Ordinance throughout the colony of
Montserrat (except tLe Planting Date Experimental Plot at the Grove Botanic
AND WHEREAS it is expedient to extend the close planting season afore-
said to the 15th September inclusive:
NOW THEREFORE, I, Oscar Ethelbert Henry, acting Administrator of
Montserrat, by and with the advice of the Executive Council of the said colony
do by this my Proclamation declare that the aforesaid Proclamation dated the
15th day of April, 1955, and pub'ishe-. in the Gazette on the 28th day of
April, 1955, and the said Public Noice issued in conjunction therewith shall
have effect as if for the words and figures the period from the first day of
May, 1955, to the 15th day of August, 1956, Lo:l days inclusive" therein
appearing as the period declared to be a close planting season there were sub-
stituted the words and figures the period from the 1st day of May, 1955,
to the 15th day of September, 1936, both days inclusive."
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the said colony and all others
whom it may concern are hereby required to take due notice hereof and to
give their ready obedienrce accordingly.
GIVEN at the Administrator's Office, Montserrat, this 31st
day of July, 1956, in the fifth year of Her Majesty's
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 28.
THE PRIMARY SCHOOLS (ASSISTED GRANTS) ORDER, 1956,
DATED JULY 3, 1956, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN
COUNCIL UNDER SECTION ~0 (1) OF THE EDUCATION
ORDINANCE, 1 '..5, (N(o. 11 OF 1955).
1. CITATION. This Order may be cited as the Primary Schools
(Assisted Grants) Order, 1956.
2. ASSISTED GRANTS TO PRIMARY SCHOOLS. The schools speci-
fied in the Schedule hereto are herc'y declared to be primary schools to which
assisted grants shall be made for the purposes of the Education Ordinance,
Made by the Governor in Council this 3rd day of July, 1956.
Clerk of the Council.
Approved by the Legislative Council this 10th day of July, 1956.
H. 0. CREQUE,
Clerk of the Council.
St. George's Anglican School
St. Mary s Anglican School
Anegada Methodist School
Belle Vue Methodist School
Cane Garden Bay Methodist School
Carrot Bay Methodist School.
East End Methodist School
Jost Van Dykes Methodist School
Long Look Methodist School
North Sound Methodist School
Sea Cow Bay Methodist School
West End Methodist School
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STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 30.
THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS (OPENING OF HIOPS) ORDER, 1956,
DATED JULY 23, 1956, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN
COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 8 OF THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
ACT, 1954 (No. 19 OF 1954).
WHEREAS by section 8 of the Public Holidays Act, 1954 (No. 19 of
1954) it is provided notwithstanding anything contained in the said Act the
Governor with the advice of the Executive Council of a Colony, may from time
to time, by order published in the Gazette, permit any class of shop or store
specified in such order to be kept open on a public holiday for the sale of any
articles in such Colony or any part thereof during such hours and subject to
such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by such order:
AND WHEREAS by section 9 of the said Act it is provided for the
purposes of sections 6 and 8 of the said Act that the expression Governor"
shall mean the officer for the time being administering the Government of
AND WHEREAS the Governor with the advice of the Executive Council of
the Colony of the Virgin Islands has deemed it expedient that the shops and
stores hereinafter referred to shall be kept open on the day and during the
hours and for the purposes hereinafter mentioned.
NOW. THEREFORE, the Governor with the advice of the Executive
Council of the said Colony is pleased to order and it is hereby ordered as
1. SHORT TITLE. This Order may be cited as the Public Holidays
(Opening of Shops) Order, 1956.
2. OPENING OF SHOPS. All shops and stores in the said Colony of
whatever nature may be kept open on the 6th August, 1956, for the sale
therein of any articles up to and including the hour of 11 p.m. on the said day.
Made by the Governor in Council this 23rd day of July, 1956.
Clerk of the Council.
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