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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
completely irregular
 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 )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
legislation   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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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 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 35
        Page 36
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        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 36 of 1956: Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments (Federation of Nigeria) Order, 1956
        Page A-1
        Page A-2
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 39 of 1956: Cotton (Levy) Order, 1956
        Page B-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 30 of 1956: Exportation of Fruit (Amendment) Rules, 1956
        Page C-1
        Page C-2
    Virgin Islands, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 31 of 1956: Animals (Importation, Exportation and Dipping) Control (Amendment) Regulations, 1956
        Page D-1
        Page D-2
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* u 'U~Lez by aufthority.


Compensattion f"r British Prop-
erty NT( i : n ,: 1 -, i under
roo.is Law and certain
debti due by Polish debtors.


The :atention of the public is
drawn to tll following Un/iited King-
dom Or,,rs in Connceil:-

The Foreign Compensation (Poland)
(Debts) Order, 1956.

The Foreign Compensation (Poland)
(Nationalisation Claims) Order, 1956.

Tiw aIove Orders in Council,
obtainaihIli from 1Her alajesty's Sta-
tionery (!CH. (S. I. I -"..:. Nos. 617
and 61S. price Il. :id 6(d. net respec-
tively), r,:lat( to the distribution of
com!pesition to 1e paid by the
Polisk-> m bvernii n lt under the terms
of thli An:loo-Plisli Agreement of
November 11, 1954. regarding the
settlement of Financial Matters
(Conmtunad 9313).

Tl'e Agree lment provided that tlhe
Polish (Governmtent \\ould p)ay to the
United Kingdom Government tihe
sull o(f 5 i,165,000 of which (a) the
sum of t:' .'..1.'..l l. would be in full
and l!ii; settlement ,f claims in
resper o(f cl.rt:il) tHlitish property.
rights :;i.d interests affected hiefore
November i 1.91 1.s iy certain Plish
measures of nationalisation and ex-
propriation. and( (/) the sum of
1'". rr4 .l'1) 1 would be in full and
final settlement (ft debts due to the
United Kinlgdon (c ivernmlont or to
certain British nationals, the payment
of which had been guaranteed by tihe
Polish Government, and of other pre-
war banking and conniercial debts.
The compensation is payable by the
Polisi Glovernment in instal ments
spread over a number of years and
will be distributed at suitable intervals.

The Ord-lrs in Council empower
the Foreign Compensation Commnis-
sion. 1, Princes Gate, London. S.W.7,
to receive applications from and
to determine the claims of individuals,
corporations, firms or associations who
fulfil the requirements of the Orders.
Attention is invited to Articles 7 and
11 of each Order and to Article 12 of
the Foreign Compensation (Poland)
(Nationalisation Claims) Order or


Article ", of ti: ree::n (4) 1pens-
tion (Pol;dm~u(i) t)ls Ord-r. A sched-
ule of tthe ilx:int. P dish nws.ures
of' nationalisation or expropriation is
attached to the former Order.

Prospective applicants under either
Order :!re advised to sInd their names
and ;i(hhre-ssus to the Foreign Conm-
pensation Colmission ;as soon as
possible to ensuree tlih: they receive
the appropriate application forms.
Applications under the Orders must
be made to the Commission on or
before April 24, 1957.
0. M. B owxNi:,
( ,fstod/i(1i oJf Enhlemy/ property.
ief. No A 77:1:' I.

Declaration dated Aug'ust 29.
1956 made under Section 3 of
the Land I acquisition Act 1944
(No. 11/1944) for the Acquisi-
tion of certain Land in the
Island of Antigua required or
Public Purpose.

IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that
the Governor in Council with the ap-
proval of the Legislative Council of
the Colony of Antigua considers that
the land described in the Schedule
hereto being a piece or parcel of land
with buildings thereon situate at St.
Mary's Street in the City of St. John
should be acquired for public pur-
poses namely for the extension of the
Queen's Warehouse.

SCITEDI'LE.

ALL that piece or parcel of land
with buildings thereon situate in the
City of St. John containing 19,067
square feet and bounded as follows,
that is to say, on the North by the
Queen's Warehouse and a cistern, on
the South by St. Mary's Street and
the Sea, on the East by Iughes Alley
and on the West by the Sea.
Dated this -".t iiday of August, 1956.
F. A. CLARKE.
C/crr, 'f /lh Coutmul.

The Administrator of Antigua has
appointed the undernientioned Mar-
riage Officer for the Colony of An-
tigua:
Rev. Loyd W. Kitson
Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
23rd August, I'.:I:,
Ref. A. 8/4


1'IADE MARtlKS OFFICE,
\NT'P UAP 9th ust. i'..'..

2 .\ .\M I OZ VENNOOTSCIHAP
DISTILLEtERELRI.I VAN J. J.
MELCIIERS WZ. of Noolvestsingel
69, Schiedam, N-therlmnds have
applied for Registratiion of one Tride
Mark consisting of the t folloxig:





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in Class 43, that is to sa:y:--All kinds
of spirits and beer.
The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect oE the said goods for 2 years
before the date of tlhir said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisement in
the Antigna, 1....i-. 1 r it. & Virgin
Islands (azetle. give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua. of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.
CECIL O. lBYioN,
Actin i H'Pf/istrair of Trade Marks.


Virgin Islands.
In the matter of the Estate of
Robert J. Pollock, late of Road Town
in the island of Tortola, deceased.

(Unrepresented)
There will be sold by public
auction at the Court House, Tortola,
on Friday, the 21st September, 1956,
at one o'clock in the afternoon, the
personal property belonging to the
above-mentioned Estate consisting
of:-
household el-. t-
books
articles of clothing.

H. A. BESSON,
Administrator of
Unrrenrpsented Estlates
16th August, 1956.
Ref. No. 36/00007


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S. TilE ANTiG .i, M N T AT \ ) VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [August 30. 1956.


No. 19.

Appointments and transfers Itc.,
in the public service, with I I irrnm
the dates stated, are published for
geinerai inform:tioni:-

Browne, 0. M., Additional Magistrate,
I)istricts A" & "1 ". to act as
i'.rgistrar & Provist Marshal, in
c, junlctioln with tihe duties (if his
suIstantive ofiite. A g. 21

Browne, 0. M., lei.istrar A P',>rost.
Marshal, to he Additioiil 'Ila,--
tr:etc. Ijistricts "A" 'v "B l", An-
ti<,n.. .July 1

Dyer, Siiss Thelma, Ulucr'tiiicated
T''e!'ber. li, r I .... )"ep;'rtnment,
Micntserrat, appointed Junio; ('lerik,
P':st Office. M.lotservat on jiproa-
Li ';: or 2 years, with eiffet from
iith .J! ly, I ',
AM.E. 100.

Edwards, Miss B., Junior C(.lerk, Peasant
D)eveloplmet Ot)lite, Atigua, re-
Sign;al. A g. 16

Hannays, G. J. C., to be Legal Assistant,
L!";gal !;partmeut. A tigua.
Aug. 21

Joseph, T. R., Jun'ior ('leri. Adininis-
Irn.tioi. Anti'iu!. klisi i'-sse'd.


Josiah, W. B., Sergea'lnt l'f 1'ic're. Lee-
wNli'd Islailds Police 1F,', ,, to be
Senior C1leorkI (Prevenlltive \Wol.cr).
C(':stons, Excise. Port, etc., Antigua.
June 1

Mason, Herbert Osmond, Junior Clerk,
Agricultural Departmnent, lI..01i- -
rat, appointed Manager, Otway
Setti m,.Int, oln 2 years prohbatioll,
witbh ,It'ect 'r'Oin] 22iJd A piil, I955,'
M.E. ,.

Meade, Sydney St. Alban, P'vilicipal
Clerk, Audit Depjartuent i. *i,-ward
jslnids, transferrd Princip;: Cl erk,
Audiit Departinelit, AiolitselT.rai, with
ot lfrom Ist Julyv, 1'.....


Osborne, James P., Montlerrat Secon-
dary Scliehol Assistant (.Non-Gr(d-
alit) seco(ilded asilosin.ll, xecu-
tiv: OJficer. lMontserrat, witi ifree't
froii 1st August, l1 5!;-
3M.E. 7.

Skerritt, James T.ir,,ai, Junior Clerk,
P]ilc W\,or:s Dep)artm!eni, Mont-
S'rrsd, ;>|)poi l trd actiln1- .*' nnior"
C 1':'S, Au\li, i)e];artinrnl. Alanit;~;'-
rat, with efft,-t froimi l;-t Jji;Y, il)w.
3I.E. :'-9.

Tuitt, iss Audrey V., ,Jrio,, .'lerk.
Au,iit eplilnenit, iLeewadc Is-
lanit!,, traiisl'-rcred Junior C(erk.
Auti t De] r h iitient, Montserrat. witli
eff t frolm I Jli!, 19 .
AL.E. ":,.


Reynolds, Mrs. A. F., Junior Clerk,
Leeward Islands Police. transferred
,Junior Clerk. Montserrat "C"
Division Police )Departmentllt with
Si. t from 1st Jnlyv 195(;.
MN.E. !11.

Tonge, 'ili's M. C., Senior' (Clrk, Adlit
Department. Leewnird Islands trans-
'erred Sei'ior Clerk. Post Of()fice,
.Monltserrat, witi effect from Ist
Julv, 1956(;.
M.E. 5i.



CONnFIlFiMATION CF C R(DINAN'N! 'S

No. 20.

The Secret:ar of State for the
Colonies ias inlforined the (i vernlor
that the po-wer of disallowan\ce \ill
not be exercised in respect o'f tlhe
undermentioned Ordiniances:-

Anriyta.

No. 13 of 1956. "'The Interpvreta-
ii f L A, t % 1 > I ,( ) t i', i,


LIlI t V'o \ UL J 0 'a N .s c
nance. 1956."

No. 14 (f 1i 16. The
Public C1l (C(hale(
Ordii'ilnce. 1150G."'


Au ". S1 St. ( Vri.'~lo/li r .\ievsI (il,


No. 1I1 f I 19' !I
tion of Laws i 5p.e:'l
195;, ."


TRAFFIC NOTICE.

The Vehicles & Road Traffic
Ordinance. 1946

lvy virtue of tile powers . )nferred
on ume in Secition 2 off thle Vehicles
and Ro;id Traffle Or]din1;9ce 916
(No. 5 of- '"''. hereby f ix the
period here -nder for tl'e l'.iti'', of
vehicles.

nriti] fillrther notiee, the lighting
period of vehicles slhill I 'Ivon
6i.10) p.m. to a.nm.

I)ated tI is I tll day fi',' A7 !s 1',56.


K. M. V. ,TA y :s.
'/' 1'' / ,'' i ,i wi' ,*i ; on' .e' .


l'ef. No. 3"' Ii(i'-7


The Punlic Works Lo'an Ordi-
nance. 1 36 No. 12 -1 1 36.


'Deblentures issued launder tii s )Or(i-
lnance shall lbecomle r.-1ed0h111bl-. at tihe
Laws and1 Treasury on the 31st Au'uslst, 1.i'.,
of Terls) Every Hohler (of these de(,ii:teures
shliould submit a statement ,to tlhe
~(1I' Accounltant iliowinl_ Ltihe serial
I A4,luill(t nmnhers ainl values of the ileileniitures
held not later Ithan 28tt Ai .ist, 1 t956.
[Iaterpreta This wvill allow thle clh ims to le,
Ordinance. prepared for lpayent oil tll 3IsL
August, li i..


No. 13 of 1956, "lThe Laws and
Public OGi. e- (Change of Terms)
Ordinance, 1956."

No. 16 of 1956, The General
Legislature Competency (Ceneral
Repeal n(d lHevocation of Iecclaria-
tiolns) Ordinance, I '.''.

No. 17 of 1955. The Registration
(Atmendm ient) Odllinlnce, 19)55.."

No, 2 1.

'Ilhe following Stiatutiry R1ubs and
Orders are circi'at-ed with tis G(azette
and firin part thereof:-

A ,tilua.
No. 3 ;o' !tii. T'I'( e iRecilprocal
EnKforieceePilt of Judmelnts (F, eria-
of Nigeria) Ord .er, i 1ri(;."
2 pp. I'r'i/e 1 u/.
No. 3 oi ]o'i.." Tlhe Cotton iLevy)
Order, 1pp.." 1 pp. :'ri ,; ren,.l


No '-j0 of 1956;). "TIe J x)Irxta tion
of FrA".it (AI\iieitId 'n) t) IIIdes, lIr;)(."


Vir Isq n .i I t nd/.
No. 31 of !1 i5;(, "Tie Animals
(Importation, 11xportation andil D)ip-
pinlg) Control (Aiwndelineit) Regula-
tiolns, Il.i." 2 pp. P'ricr 4 t.'


E. G(M.)'IL HERr ilI.
Chiqf Accoon!,tnt

The Treasury.
A.4tigua
22nd August, I'.'.




AIN'FALL FIGURES.

Central :]...,IrI l ich.'t Station

.rl it IIu


Month.
Ja1ll.


1 )5. 1)956.


2.4 1. 9: 3.04 2.16 5.15


Feb. 1.0 1.02 2.15 '; 1.28


Mar.
April
May


I .;2 5.0 1.08 .,3 1.40
3.14 2.06 A.9 1.7. 3.83
3.07 1.,0 3.83 2,1 2.68

5.74 1.31 3.32 1..17 r 79
s.3s 3.2'1 3.7 2.1 4.29


To 25thAug. 3.13 "2.;


2. 1S 23 4I.81


29.U0 9.l 61 20.3 "0 o. 29.01


195:2. 19 :5, 1951.





August 30, 1950] THE ANTI A,. MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 37

LIEE\\'.\,) 1SL.I)S COLO,()NY.
ANTIGUA SAVINGS BANK.
Revenue and Expenditure Account for the year ended 31st December, 1955.


EXPENDITURE.

To Interest paid to Depositors on
Closed Accounts
Adjustments of interests short credited
to Depositors
,, Interest capit.lised and credited to
Sundry Depositors 1
Interest on Advances
,, Payment to Treasury for Services
rendered
Balance carried to Reserve Account

i;


RE VENUE.


.8


647.60)

29.82

,155.78


ly Interest on Investments
,, Adjustment of interest over credited
to depositors
,, Sale of 'Pass Books


81.16

1,248.00
6,037.32

6,199.68


$
26,189.82


.4.56


26,199.68


Account of Deposits and Withdrawals for the year ended 31st December, 1955.


DEPOSITS.

To Balance at credit of Depositors
as at 1st January, 1955
,, Deposits received
,, Interest credited to Depositors


\\WITH DRAW ALS.


785,080.66
344,613.15
38,827.90

1,148,521.71


Withdrawalst
Balance at credit of Depositors
as at 31st December 1955


368,979.25

779,512.46


1,148,521.71


Dr.
To Depreciation of Investments
,, Loss on Sales of Investments


Dr.
To Balance as at 1st January, 1955
To Investment Adjustment Account


Investments Adjustment Account.
$ Cr.
93,289.84 By Appreciation of Investments
1,786.23 By profit on sales of Investments
By Balance carried to Reserve

95,076.07

Reserve Account.


$
3,299.75
94,589;. 11


Cr.
By Revenue and Expenditure Accounts
,, Balance on 31st December, 1955


-- I
98,195.77

Balance Sheet as on 31st December, 1955.


LIABILITIES.

To Balance on Deposits


$
779,542.46


779,542.46


LIONEL GILKES,
Accountant, Savings Bank.
6th July, 1956.


ASSETS.

Cash with Treasury
Investments at Middle Market Value
at 31st December
Reserve (Deficit)


$
4,009.58

683,374.43
92,158.45

779,542.46


E. G. O'M. BERRIDGE,
Chief Accountant.
6th July, 1956.


NOTE-There is a contingent liability amounting to $4,584.14, in respect of the outstanding aggregate
of amount paid in the year 1941-1943 from Presidential Revenue to meet deficit on the
Revenue and Expenditure Account.


$
176.26
3.79

94,07;.07
95,076.07


$
6,037.32
92,158.45

98,195.77







38 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSEItiAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [30 August, 1956

ANTIGUA SAVINGS BANK

Market Value of Investments as at 31st December, 1955.


Name of Stock.


Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Australia
Auntralia,
Australia
British Guiana
British Electricity
British Electricity
British Electricity
British Gas
British Gas
British Transport
('eylon
Cyprus
( onsols
E.A. H.C.
E.A.H.C.
E.A.H.O.
Exchequer Stock
Exchequer Stock
F. .
Funding
Jamaica
Jamaica
Kenya
Mauritius
M ,..h I -..- .
N ig(cria
Nrw Zpaland
New Zealand
Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone
Savings Bonds
Sav ings Bonds
li A Series
Svio's Bonds
Sings Bionds
Uganda
War Loan
Ca-h in -Joint Colonial


21
3

3
3
:1
3
3_


.;1
3

31
4
4 1



4
31
34

4












21
34
4




: 1
3






3
4Fund
31,







3i
Fund


1970/75
1 9-./ .(S
1958/60

1975/77






1969/71
L.r; ./8
19726/77



1969/71
1 .'i: 2A I





1972/770
1957orafter
19017';





195'.lr'/63
1968/70
1:l;./71 1
1960

1960/70
1 -9 .. /1,5

1968/73
1971/78
1972 77
11957)/2
1964.66
1 ;.' /,,i
19710/73
1958/63
1968/70
19;41/.7
19 .:j;..

1960/70
1965/75
19a6/69
195,/59


Rate Face Value Cost Price


Appi
ciatic
$


"e- Deprecin-
)on. tion.

$
64.1. 5 6

. 14..3:1

2.5 ;'3.24
289.1.
I S1. 24.74
I. 0 ().-4


149.50

14.26


S*-.13


714
95
91
801
741
95
87
s, -.
80S

* ..
92
92i
u90
94'
834
84i



902
86
782
90(
95
82
94
50
911
87.
93"
92j
90
85s
804
88
,s81
7i -
79H

11 1


79~,3,"40.24 Nl


'l 176.26 93. 89.' 4 .683.374.43


AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE
In accordance with Section 11 of Ordinance 3 of 1937, the Accounts of the Savings Bank
for the year 1955 have been examined under my direction. I have obtained all the information
and explanations I have required and I certify, as a result of this audit, that in my opinion the
Balance Sheet and the other Statements attached hereto are correct, subject to the observations in
the report of even date appended below.


1 7th July, 1956.


,J. F. 1 ,-10 T11
P?'inipt1)l Ailaifor,
Leeward 1.4ands..


AUDITOR'S REPORT.
During the course of extimination or rhes e accounts, many instances were noticed in
which tihe interest for the year lhas been miscalculated.

Balance Sheet
The total of the list of individual ledger balances as originally submitted was
7;t'. t72.29 but, as a result of numerous clerical errors in the list and a few in the accounts
discovered as a result of audit examination, this total will be increased to $779,589.47, which
exceeds Balance of the Depositors account by $47.01
J. F. BOOTH,
17th -l uly, 1956. Principal Auditor,
Lecward Islands.


4.009.00
6.;':',6.56
1. ". 4()
1. )59.94
15,728.7(
i .831 .6(
15,8;7.28

5.315.48
3, 121.30
4-378.880
24 220.- i


3,292-10
93,72r:186
17,.,- 1-
21,416 66
:.,11 2 .. 0
4,944.98
1 2., o 78
59,88s7. 6
5,642.86
2.8:11 .22
2. 00.00
11,757.54
24,('000.)00
973 990
..., .. 2 2
43,474.42
11,119.30
8,5411.9(
4,232.10
5'5 16.36
4', 14.70
-47 634.96
42 80(4.40
S74 809.14
127,117.74
7,221 .82
:30,.312.44
457.74


Total


3,704-14
6,677 12
1 5,12 08
'i .12
1: '" i.7(
41 747.10
16 46;7.28
4. ;.62
4 129.46
2'644.1~2
4 29,.86
24 '8410.- "2
2 (009.!.; )
1 821.28
3,267.50
94,020.00
19,233.46
21,0.(;0;.26
51,082.36
4.707.52
2,593.14
60,374.56
5,869.66
2,768.24
2.37(i6.0
11,757.54

-I 7 '. .4
35,6(;39.22
. '.T7
11,365.92
8,541.90
4,359.24
4,937-14.
4,164-76
47,4411-30
4 :: .' I !'
77,794-40
12 '" .', I
7,158.78
31,068-.54
457.74


2,5 9 7 .9


161.62
11.71,.42
2,1It). 17
2. 13.67




5: 1 .107

2,364.00


.. 3,_52 1..76
.. 3 2.18
S 945.14
.. i 640.64

.. 579.22
. 449.93
5-338-(;8
.. 4 : '". '..,l
.. 10,847.32
1- 1:,2.-s
722.19
.. -:41.52


MNIa rket
Value


2.,s;7-08

6.30 t,73
;-25



4 f2


6.9

0 41
3, 1132

14,s89 )1
1i4_l52 7 1
177:1)'i7


3 1 -~a3
1-699 97

- ~. I)



:;"040'12
10'340 -


4*7 .49
"*-14.83)
42' I5 6.94
3 7,,s 1.Y 9
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August 30, 1956] THE AN I" GUA, MONTSERIRAT \ND VI';IN ISLANDS GAZETTE. -9

lIurricae e 2reca.utions, 1950.

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. During, a hurricane the
central electricity supply will be turned off, and every household should therefore be provided with
a hurricane lantern 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 readings daily at 10 a.m.., 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Any change lower than hle usual diurnal one of 0-10 inch should be regarded with suspicion.

3. The masters or agents of vessels if in doubt should communicate with Ithe Harbour
Master for information.
*4. When barring up at house, on inldicalion of b:Id weather, begin with lhe side facing
the direction of the prevailing wind, which varis from North West to North East. Should the
centre of a storm p)as over the island there -,ill be a short period of calm during' which the
Northern side of the building could be opened up and the Southern and Westerly sides closed.
Very often there is no c.ln.m, ;and under such circus mi.stances it is wise to have everything securely
fastened.
5. The United S tates W('ather Bureau at ian Juan, Puerto Rico, issues regular weather
reports for the Eastern C(':riiibe:ua which are broadcast in Spanish and English daily throughout the
hurricane season by sevecrn radio stations in Puerto ico. Owners of radios should make t habit of
listening to these broadeam;>s which may be heard over the following stations at the times and on the
frequencies and wavelengths shown:
BROuAI)ST 'TIMES (LOCAL)
,,t'.... Frequency I)ail 're(lher S ci(l hur'ric, n e ,/rarn ings.
icaelength). reports.
WIPR 9!40( ks -55 :i.m." .... .m.
(319.14 m) 4.55 p.m.* 12.30 p.m.
WAPA 60 kcs 7.45 a.m.i
(441.18 m) 12-15 ].m.*
*except on Satnrday and Sunday
WKAQ I kes 6.0 p.m.
(517.24 in) 12.30 a.m.
Windlward Islands :..' .' kes 7.10 p.m.
(88.4 m) 10.10 p.m.
Except Saturdays

Stations WSTA in St. I li... ,' : 1 n WIVI in St. Croix also broadcast the Weather Bureau's special hurricane
warnings and advisories.

Storms TY~rll War ; Si nals.
AT i)AY.
iThe i'ollowing sigiuas displayed at the iiari!,our M aster's (Olice, (;o;,t Hill, )Otts Hill,
Police Head(uitna"'r'r :,nd othir i' P!We S',iloIs denote the approach of disturbed
weather :-
A. A Red Flag \vit:i bllaek square'" in centre means Tropical disturbance reported;
likely to:,iil, island of Antigua- CA TO )N ADVISED.
B. TW\1) red il;Ls. with black squares in centre- UlJR l[CANE S INAL-
D)AN(GER, EXPECTED.
AT NIG iHT.
Two DET.()NATIN(l ROIiCKETS will be hired from the arbour Master's ()iice to
wiar shipping.
AT DAY & AT NXi( T.
A i. l; !bi1T wili h (!i>i)laved sat Police S'tion:, he Police wil (O through St.
.iJohn's :'nd v'iiL 2[s ,isunidirng their w\iisLes.
Tlehlion. Exchma(nS will inform subscribers. After a hurricane warning lhs been
received the1" ni will be broadca-t by l:,tlio Antigua (3.255 megacycles; 92.16
niietres) a;t reg.itlar intervals:-9 a;.n., 1 p.m 5 p.m. and more often if nccesary.
.Administrator's 'fire.,
St. John's, Antidun.
10lth July. It"''..
A. 52)6-II.







40 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [August 23, 1956.

Antigua Savings Bank.

Account of Deposits and Withdrawals for Quarter ended 80th June, 1956.

DEPOSITS. WITHDRAWALS.


To balance at credit of Depositors
as at 1st April, 1956
,, Deposits received
,, Interest credited to Depositors


814,410.50
118,676.61
111.36

933,198.47


By Balance at credit of Depositors
as at 30th June, 1956
,, Withdrawals


Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at 30th June, 1956.


LIABILITIES.


ASSETS.


To balance at credit of Depositors
as at 30th June, 1956
,, Interest (earned)
,, Sale of Pass Books


837,404.71
13,151.84
3.12

850,559.67


Investntenllts
Cash with Treasury
Interest (paid)
Reserve (Deficit)


LIONEL GILKES,
Accountant.
17th August, 1956;.


E. G. O'M. BERRIDGE,
Chief Accountant.
17th August, 1956.


Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Ilnhndi by AnRL PIGOTT,
Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1966.


[Price 24 cents


S37,1404.7Lt
95,7 9:.76


933, 198.47


>'"r, .:.27
61,7"'. l 1
146.14
92,158.45

815 1i,'.")1 .67










ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 36.


The Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments (Federation of
Nigeria) Order, 1956, dated August 14, 1956, made b3
the Governor in Council under section 6 (1) of the
Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act (Cap. 19).


WHEREAS by the Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments
Act (Cap. 19) it is provided that where the Governor is satisfied
that reciprocal provisions have been made by the Legislature of
any part of Her Majesty's Dominions outside the United King-
dor for the enforcement within that part of Her Dominions of
Judgments obtained in the Supreme Court of this Colony the
Governor may by Order in Council declare that the said Act
shall extend to Judgments obtained in a Superior Court in that
part of Her Miaj;jty's Dominions in the like manner as it extends
to Judgments obtained in a Superior Court in the United
Kingdom and on any such Order being made the said Act shall
extend accordingly:
AND WHEREAS the Governor is satisfied that such
reciprocal provisions have been made by the Legislature of that
part of Her Majesty's Dominions hereinafter mentioned.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor in Council doth order
and it is hereby ordered as follows:-
1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the
Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments (Federation of Nigeria)
Order, 1956.
2. Extension of Act to Federation of
Nigeria. The Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act
Act (Cap. 19) shall extend to Judgments obtained in the High
Courts of the Federation of Nigeria set out in the Schedule
hereto.
3. Revocation. The Order made by the Governor in
Council dated the 23rd day of December, 1924 extending the
SReciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act, 1922 to the Colony
and Protectorate of Nigeria is hereby revoked.
Ic S72 (7
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SCHEDULE.
The Federal Supreme Court of Nigeria.
The High Court of the Western Region of Nigeria.
The High Court of the Northern Region of Nigeria.
The High Court of the Eastern Region of Nigeria.
The High Court of the Southern Cameroons.
The High Court of Lagos.

Made by the Governor in Council this 14th day of August,
1956.

F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council


























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by EARL PItmo.r. Acting Government Printer,-By Authdrity.
1956,
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ANTIGUA.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1956, No. 39.


The Cotton (Levy) Order, 1956, dated August 14, 1956,
made by the Governor in Council under section 3 of the
Cott jn Export Levy Ordinance, 1933 (No. 9 of 1933).


1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Cotton
(Levy) Order, 1956.

2 Rate of Levy. The rate of the levy to be imposed
upon all cotton exported from the Colony shall be two cents
per pound.

3. Recission. The Cotton (Levy) Order, 1946,
(S. R. & 0. 1946, No. 5) is hereby rescinded.

4. Commencement. This Order shall be deemed to
have come into operation on the 1st day of January, 1956.

Made by the Governor in Council the 14th day of August,
1956.


F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the Council.


Printed at the Govornment Printing Office. Antipfn, Leewiard TlsandC.
by EAHr, FIGOTT, Acting Governnent I'rintor. -ByAuthority,
1956


A. 25/14-500-8.56.
3 2 71e/ 7


[ Price 3 cents.]









MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 30.


EXPORTATION OF FRUIT


The Exportation of Fruit (Amendment) Rules, 1956, dated
July 31, 1956, made by the Go7ernor-in-Council under
Section 11 of the Exportation of Fruit Ordinance, 1938,
(No. 4 of 1938)

1. Short Title. These Rules may be cited as the
Exportation of Fruit (Amendment) Rules, 1956, and shall be
read as one with the Exportation of Fruit Rules, 1949, herein-
after called the Principal Rules.

2. Amendment. The Principal Rules are hereby
amended as follows:-

(a) For Rule 3 of the Principal Rules there shall be
substituted the following Rule -


3. FEES FOR EXAMINATION.
nation fees shall be charged at rates
from time to time by the Governor in
published in the Gazette.


- i ~ '


(1) Exami-
to be fixed
Council and


(2) Examination fees shall be based on the
actual cost to Government of such examination,
and the examination fees in respect of e:ch
variety or class of fruit shall as far as practicable
remain constant throughout the export season of
such fruit.

(3) Notwithstanding anything hitherto
contained in Rule 3 of these Rules, the examina-
tion fee in respect of tomatoes shipped in standard
size 30 lb. (tomato) crates or in standard size 50 lb
(vegetable) crates shall be deemed to have been
three cents per crate from the 1st day of Decem-









'ber, 1955, and shall continue to be three cents per
crate until altered by the Governor in Council
under the foregoing provisions of this Rule.

(b) (i) At the end of Rule 15 of the Principal Rules
the following proviso shall be added-

Provided that the Governor in Council shall have the
power to waive or rirnit all or part of any cess or packing
house charges payable under sub-rules (6) and (7) of
this Rule.

(ii) The foregoing amendment shall be deemed to
have had effect from the 1st day of December, 1955.


Made by the Governor
19i56.


in Council this 31st day of July,

Js. H. CAR OTT,
Clerk of the Council.


Printed at tlhe (Government Printing Office. Antigna, Leewnrd Islands,
I., EAL P'lmiO'T Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
Il 5i.


7'7100104-500-8.,56.


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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 31.


The Animals (Importation, Exportation and Dipping)
Control (Amendment) Regulations. 1956. dated July
23, 1956, made by the Governor in Council under
section 14 of the Animals (Diseases Importation and
Exportation) Ordinance, 1955.


1. Citation. These Regulations will be cited as the Animals
(Importation, Exportation and Dipping) Control (Amendment)
Regulations, 1 :., and should be read as one with the Animals
(Importation, Exportation and Dipping) Control Regulations 1956,
hereinafter called the Principal Regulations.
2. Substitution of Schedules. For the First, Second, Third,
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Schedules to the Principal Regula-
tions the Schedules hereto shall be substituted.
Made by the Governor in Council this 23rd day of July, 1956.
M. TITLE,
Clerk to the Council.

FIRST SCHEDULE Reg. 8
Great Britian
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Jamaica
Leeward Islands (Antigua, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, and Montserrat)
Barbados
St. Lucia
United States of America
Virgin Islands of the United States.
SECOND SCHEDULE Reg. 9

Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
United States of America
Comimopweatlh of Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands of the United States
Jamaica
,/Leeward Islatilan ,i.;-i ,. St. Kitts-Nrvis-Aiiguilla, and Montserrat)
Windward Islands


1 _ _










THIRD SCHEDULE


Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
United States of America
Virgin Islands of the United States
Jamaica
Leeward Islands (Antigua, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, and Montserrat)
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Barbados


FOURTH SCHEDULE


Reg. 11


Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
United States of America
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands of the United States
Jamaica J
Leeward Islands (Antigua, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, and Montserrat)
Barbados

FIFTH SCHEDULE Reg. i2
Trinidad & Tobago
Any country forming part of the Continent of South America


SIXTH SCHEDULE Ree

Great Britain
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Canada
New Zealand
Australia
United States of America
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands of the United States
Argentina

SEVENTH SCHEDULE Re

Great Britain
Canada
United States of America
Virgin Islands of the United States
British Caribbean Territories
Cyprus
Printed at the Government Printing Office. Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PImOTT, Actine Government Printer.-By Authority.
1956.


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