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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00021
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 65 of 1956: Proclamation dated November 7, 1956, bringing into operation the Distribution of German Enemy Property Ordinance, 1956 (No. 23/1956)
        Page A-1
    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 38 of 1956: Legislative Council (Elections) Regulations, 1956
        Page B-1
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VOL. I.


Tiitl'Ii) LY, Sru NO(VEDMBIE, 1956. No. 21.


Notices.


It is h-'reby notified tor generall in-
formation that His Ex ellency the
Goveriir, accompanied by Lady
BLACKBURNE, :ieir dalughter- and
Miss ASHWIN, will depart from
Antigua for the United Kingdom
on the 15th Novenlmbr, 1956.

2. Consequent upon the departure
of the O(-overnor, and until the as-
snmpion of duty of the Governor
designate. Mr. A. WILLIAMS,
C. Ml. G.. M. B. E., Mr. P. D.
MACDONALD, C, Chief Secretary
of the Leeward Island-, will lbe
Ollicer Administering the Govern-
ment. Mr. C. S. ROERTS, Economic
and Financial Adviser, will perform
the duties of Chief Secretary con-
jointly with the dnties oi* his own
post.

Chief ,'i'r'etary's Of('e,
Antigua.
3rd Novnember. 1
Ref. No. P.F. 21



It is hereby notified for general
information that the Secretary of
State for the Colonies has selected
Mr. P. D. MACDONALD, C.M.G.. Chief
Secretary, Leeward Islands, for ap-
pointment on promotion as Colonial
Secretary of Fiji.

2. It is not known when Mr.
MACDONALD will leave the Leeward
Islands to take up his new appoint-
ment but it is unlikely to be until
some time early in 1957.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
1st November, 1956.

Ref. No. P.F. 21.



It is notified for general information
that Mr. A.F. Dawkins has been ap-
pointed Administrator, Montserrat,
with effect from the 19th October,
1956.

Chief Secretary's Office,
St. John's,
Antigua.
PF, 668.


2-. /2

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Invalidation of Leeward Islands Stamps.


Witil r'-eerinc- t tlh NodI- daI-d
th,, -' .I March, 1 5t. pt tiis.ed in
the issue of the ILeeu'lwrd Is.lauic L
Gazette of the- same d.t-. r-1g;trdi.til
the invalidation of all fe deral issues I,'
Leeward Islands stamps as from the
1st ,July, 1956, it is hereby notified
for gn e a e r a I informnation t, ha t, in
accordance with the provisions of ihe
Coronation (Leeward Islands) Sia pl)
invalidation ) Orders, 1956 (Antigua
S. & O. No. 6l2/11 I.1, St. Kitts-N-vis-
Angnuilli S. 1R. &. (). No. 45/i95c, Mont-
strit S. R. A 0. No. 37/195(;, and
Viirin Islands S. H. & 0. No.
38/1956), the special issue of the
1. iwvard Islands stanip of thl value of
3 (ceits cmnlellmtllorati;; the Corona-
tioln ro Her i ,1 '.y Qifenl ELIZABETH
II. originallyy aulthioised for nus. by
and n dle r the c(',roniition Stmip
Sr I r, 1953 (General governmentt
S. R. & O. No.8/1953). the continued
use whlreof w:is authorisid by the
Coironation Stamps (Revwcation and
Contiiilancce of Use) 0 r e r, 1953
(G e n r al Government S. U. &. 0.
No. 30/1953), will no longer be used
for the payment of postage or stamp
duties after 30th October, 1956.

2. Provision has, however, been
made in the above mentioned invali-
dation Orders for a period of grace of
three months thereafter, that is. on or
before the 31st .January, 1957. within
which holder- of Leewaro Islands
Coronation stamps invalidated by the
Orders may effect their exchange at
any Post Office in the Colonies of
Antigua, St. K it t s-Nevis-Anguilla,
Montserrat anli the British Virgin Is-
lands for a stamp or stamps of equal
value authorised for use in those
Colonies.

3. The special issues of the Coro-
nation stamp of the value of 2 cents
anthoris-,d for Ise in the Colonies of
Antigua, St. K i t s-Nevis-Anguilla,
Montserrat and the British Virgin
Islands will, however, continue to be
valid for use for the payment of post-
age or stamp duties unless and until
otherwise ordered.


Chief Socretary's 0'.'e-.
Antigua.
Leeward Is/lafi ns,
5th N wove nmbI', 1956.
Ref. No. 62/00019-II.


It is hl-reby notified for general
information that. consequent upon
the defederation of the Colony of the
Leeward Islands as from the 1st uily,
195(, tie Air Navigation (Licensing
of Air So-riices) Regulations, 1949
(General Government S. R. & ). No.
4"':l '1.)) have iec; adapted to ,each
Colony in toie Leeward Islands sepa-
rately and it has become necessary,
therefore, for the Air Transport
Licensing Authority for the Li-eward
Islands as a whole to lie revoked
and for :.' Licensing Authority to be
appointed for each Colony of the
Lewvard Islands.


2. The Governor has accordingly
revoked the present appointments of
the members of the Leeward Islands
Air Transport Licensing Authority
and, by virtne of the powl-r conferred
on him by Regulation 5 (2) of the
Air Navigation (Licensing of Air
Services) Regulations, 1949, as now
applied, has appointed the following
persons as Chairman and Mr i.l rs of
the Air Transport Licensing Author-
ity of each of the Colonies of Antigua.
St. Kitts-Nevis-Angnilla, Montserrat
and the Virgin Islands:-

The Attorney General, Leeward
Islands (Chaiiman)
Colonial Engineer. Antigua
Airport Sup-rvisor, Antigua.


Chief Secretary's 0,,
Anttgqua.
5th November, 1956.
A.P. 7/o0090.



It is hereby notified for general
information that His Excellency the
Governor has appointed the following
to be officers in the Antigua Defence
Force, with seniority from the 1st
June, 1956:-

(i) Mr. L. E. GORE, to be Captain;
and

(ii) Messrs. J. L. ROBINSON and
D. C. GARDINER to be First
Lieutenants.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
5th November, 1956.
Ref. No. A. 53/3.


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CONFIRMATION OF1 OrlUZNBiACES

No. 1.l



1)' 1 ,o, of d i> lt'wa ce \i 1I
(11o '; .' i 4 I ill et of th,-
un~~m::ti al;Ordiwow-,i.ics:--

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SA Vo,-itophr", Vei (,i> ld Atuga illa.

V> 41 1951 -T i> 100 Chii-






No. 1'2.

'Ph1- fHwin&V ;tatntrwy Runes and
r1-1 al cilatah 1 with this
izate awil h rat V part tli .roof:-


No 65) of 101 -56 Poclamation
dawdte N-v~ 10) r 7. i19i5, IMinim-,
into op'rmi it.i the Distriblition off
Gymwi Veiny I rop'rty Ordinance.
1 956 (No. 231954)").
1 pp ill" 3 rs ,ts
11011mqerat.


{ 'ouncai (hsiectionQ) Vegulationd,
1956. 1 pp. PRicO 3 01.




.tNT1JUA.
25th r 1 156.

"Ar; ~ is Q ;. "Vea t Oilere
wiBM e sidon 1, e t iarions in
tOw t of ant ion hie tr named
oki I t. On .:,i "i a y 0; ...u' -!
11 w ~' o ocnkn=0 Ut AI afbssn
tea' Pit4 I bJongina g to th! ,s-;Iay
nar e; s1-e set 'oP h j,, ,,(
presises 00, 'een leted upon to
samilry the Q l i, due dh a fnsmo r the
year 195i:

Bennett .; .'.

N.-kl: At. "' Olie W.,
Alpianrso Ps. War A .3",~l
Kenneth i ie 1ris iir.o.':


Eth 06 W, Sarah % -
Christiana U1iv& .. Henry-
Edmund john.



Albert iP-njaa -i EsPer Christian,
Edmund Dublin, Sarah Anthony.

Bryson Street.
Nathaniel -7!iir, Pearl '!u. -:ini~,
Evelyn George, T':orbl. l Tobit, Henry
Edwards, Reginald -4days, Susannah
Baytisne.


Louisa -' -: .. ir "1 n I
Charles Arztoily, 3Saiael,

III 1-al.;'Ii :


-Hi ,oeiIep, rh'.


W d .-i'sLtreet
4 -.. 44 Fet


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( c'- i ....P.i. i-' Estate of
..ebce' .i I.1. :' A':':i.. jhuni', Ivy
'e.,.!: George .' :>.* l-' r., of q i;
Stevens, Adelaide 1 n;. EsEale of
'lart-1 Isaac, oapr Grant, Mary ji'".".",
Alice Adams.
Y:.- .,: '. :rm-et.

"i .-i- '. i, of Ann La'is-
count, .i.in :, martin Louisa Thomas,
:".3.. of M3ary Green, ;dJ >--. ".r- n.
Peter i, ;i : Louisa Semper.

Cecil 0. Byron:
I ct l o1i1'I t l.


P)IKOVOST \LA i1SHAL'S OFF'( I,
ANTMIMiA,
8,t Nlve miller, 1956.

No'ic1e is i-.reby given that there
will b.h soll on the various premises
in tie Ciity of Saint John h.r'-ea:'ter
name on I ,- .i~.I tithe 6ith day of
Deconiher. l,;". at 12 o'clock noon,
(he lands Ilid t-'nlineitS be)'l-onl ing io
the I -'0ros w s\\ll. e atrnes are set out
heei Iiend-r, thi "aiil 'lremlis.s halving
i.' en i.,vii'd lut i, to sKt is-'y lie ( it ..



il.: -t 1'aic .Id i,- 1a 95a:s

;arte i,' i <'lllrli i'.jr' i0h De i niel,
;!- pfU (IAT E -T i ET.

? riil ltilina rSun, E( talte o l' Johll
Mason. Jamos iH. Hair, Josephine
.'lfrl il-lu ei ii' i eu iirge letter,



NOTIH STREET.
Mary Sanituel, Il,-irs olf li. Daniel,
Ferdinand MArtin, (Grace, Ann Pelle,
Alfred Hunie, Erncst Gilead, E,-'tate
of Thomas Fooy, Alice Horsford,
John ,-b:stianr, 1 i .., Simon.

THE POINT.
Walter Sweeney, Eilen C. and







Isalile P0i'lV. l'A)O1P. zfr Christo-
RQyno&is, M l. P. Derick. Heirs of
hJos. Samuel, Wleph, Marthu in. Alice
M,. King, Hi nrietta G(raham, Peter
Derrick, El e G. Aska, Abraham


MAhINERS LANE.
Isaline Perry, Ebenezer Christo-
pher. Irene Walker, Martha Finch.

WILKINSON STREET.
Morris Destin, Alice Jarvis, Neville
Iridges, Androiw Emianeil, Geo. W.
B. Bryson & Co. Ltd.


NEW\ ATE LANE.
Heirs of \WilloI,:.

O)N(I ST EE'.
Antainllr tta lidrid,


.Lwiga 0. F. Lode.,

NEVIS STREET,
i;r wn othr, !'ri: I and
C .; -ii >, Po ;'-. E-r: of
Thnc s I nlyam H. his Of' i- Ben-
n1t0. Bertha Hunkl-'y.

TI ANN >I RET.
Estate of F. O'lilVar'.

SOTH ;''TREiT.'/r.
Ik.tate f ,Johin (C'iwlirsa, Tryphina
.losephl, Flt,; 1.nw -owerliy.

i *!IPLS '-, i EET.

Rlavely N. NMiitrrin, Hertha Har-


IHi-i I1 LANE.
Estate .i I '. HI ,rsford. W .\ l11ll
liBoodio. M~,r Iich l ars, Randolph
Michavl.
CIU- ; STREET.
lnlby Huit..s, 0. it. A. Duke.

OT'TOS I.ANE.

David E. .oseph, George' Farley,
Elvina EKdmud (2).

'.I 1.AON STREET.

Alblartha 'Parker, Cox oatst.

M IT' HELL MICHAEL AVE.

Gei'rgitiona DeFreitasi.

C'ECIL 0. 1-YRON,
/ '',,.'o t Iacri ims l.


,-':,, ward Ifla Ads and Leeward
Tilanets Court of .- appeal.



P rii:lont to( Section 11 ?) nf the
Riles of the Windward Islandls and
Leeward Islands Court ol Appeal
made undalr Section t1i ,f the Order
in (Council da!t'd '-'t!h Deceinl)er,
1 i..'. His Lordship the ( I 1, Justice
hils arranged for ;a sitiig of the
Court of Appieal for the Windward
Islands alnd Leeward Islands to be
hlad il the Colony of Anitig-la on
lMolday the 10th day (1 IDl)c.en.iber,
l'i'i. at 10 o'clock in the fi'enoon.


All p(rsons concerned r' hereby
1n I., *I -I.to ernt'l tliemnselves accord-
ingly.

lly Order,

Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar.
8e itrAir.', C1' 5
St. .10hn's,
18th November. 1956.


04, THE Aorrioux NIOSITSERNATAN11







~o ~. ;5(] iB': x.IGUAX, MONTSERRAT ANI) 17IRIN ISLANDS Q \/.LAT1E,. SL


Post of Superintendent of Telephones and
.-cMii'al Inspector, Dominica.

Applicaiiii llr itnvitedI from suit-
ably i 111 1 ,I candidates for appoint-
ment to tiie post of Snperiniendl nt
of Telephones and Electrical In-pec-
tor, aPublic Works Depavrtment,
Dominioa.

The post is on the permanentA and
pensionable establishment and carries
a salary of $3,792 per arnum in the
scale $3,792x96-$4,272, plus 20%
based on recent revision of salaries.
The initial salary will be determined
in the light of the nsccessful candi-
date's professional qualifica;tins ind
experience,.

Qualifications and Experience.
(a) University degree or equiva-
!Ant, dip)loina in electrical etibimer-
ing or (b) graduate or' ci'porate
membership of the Institiution of
Electrical Engineers or i i:v;flnt
in1situtioi with appreciabie eleo-
trical -niL'ill i i11L expArieIe' :

(b) employment in responsible
position for a mfinimuml of 3 years
with wiel stablisiid engi:nsering
concern providing wide exfrprience
in e tria eltical engineering preatice.

Quarters.
Quarters air not pr|.idi-d, but
whire G(overnment quar ;rrs are avail-
tAbl, 'rental is paytii at, the rate of
10M of salary or 51, of the assessed
vatlo ofA th uartei-rs. whlichiever is
less.
Allowances.
Travoilling and subsistence allow-
ances are payable in accrdance with
local regulations in respect of approv-
ed travel on duty. No '-;i of living
allowance is payable.

Duties.
I .- duties of tie ic'-r will be
thom assigned to him ib th! ) Di)rector
or Works to whom hi v 11 h I, directly
responsible. His dAilieAt- A 1' .
Superintendent inil'iud- s'u)ervision
a, i' management or ti. tA Alphione
system in accordance witi tli' provi-
sions of the relevant ordinance i and
regulations. His duties :ai Electrical
Inspector will include the follow-
ine,--


(a) the ;:Inuail iinpection, t.-st
and cert:i;iit ion of the leoctrinci
inst:latimns in public buildings
and public places of entertainment
in accordance with the appropriate
II:t ulationsi made therein:
(b) thn;, inspection, test and certi-
fication oI the electrical installa-
tions in all buildings whether
public or private made after the
passing of these Rules ini accord-
ance with appropriate Regulations
named therein;
(I) the inspection, test and crri-
fication ol the installation in any
building a, atl, request ,fi the
Superitite'ndent of Police or any
insurance company concerned or
the occupier o owner thereof, in
accordance with the appropriate
Regulations named ler'in:
(d) the sup'rvision of all instal-
lations to i-i carried out in Govcrn-
unint Hcilii;ngs and of the r'-wiring
or any repairs i- coli,'(tctioil with
the sanme;
(/) ite iilpec'ion oi tite wiring
and ciiil ctioli f'roill ani undelr-
taker',s maiNs; to consumers' meters
in accord:ianc witlh the appropriated
legnlati'ins nuaned herein;
(/ ) all such l tlir duties as are
set out or impliEd in these Hules
and as from timi to time shall be
assigned to him by the (Gov'-rnor.

Passages.
I 're ipa';a;lg on first appointtment
will Ibe provided for the officer, his
wifeN an children not (exe,'ling five
persons i:& all.
Leave.
Vacation lio'.ve will he ;gr"itll d at
the rate of 45 days for each period of
twelve consecutive months resident
service. Leave passages are provided
in accordance with local rlculatlions.
Applications should state the appli-
cant's age, .'I it A o *'...,- 'resent and
past employment and details of
experience. They should 1)e ;tacom-
panied by two recent testimoiials and
should i)b addr,,lsi'd to ith Estabilih-
ment. officer Govermi nont (.tice'
Din ':w ic:- t, reach IhA i not a;tir
than he 31st Dec niber, 1M'5(6. 'Sen-
ving Atficers should snbinit th lir
aptplication through thel proper chan-
nel.
Rof No. A. C. 131"t- lII.


TRAFFIC NOTICE.
The Vehicles & iRoad ranic
Ordinance, 1946

By virtue of ihe powers conferred
on me in Section 2 of the Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance 194t6
(No. 5 of 1946). I hereby lix the
period hereunder for the lighting of
vehicles.
Until further notice the lighting
period of v-hicles shall be from 6.00
p.m. to 5.50 a.m.

)ated ihis 2thi dIay of Octohbir,

1E4 i. Vi. J,oAMES.
Tr ., on missioner.
Ref. No. 36iuoU07


Town and Country Planning
Ordinance. 1948.
iEMSU)LUTION.

BE IT hIREKOA'VE that the Central
Authority euni Section 5i()(b) of the
Town and Country Planning Ordinance,
1 't(N. ( 4 I : 19l48), hereby decide
to pr11-pare schemes in respect of
portions of ilnii in 'he Half Moon
Bay area i.. .North of the public road
and thatU it hb resm rved as an Open
Space and on the South of the road
for General re.-reationa Purposes, in
the Colony of Antigua.

Dated the 8th day of October, 1956.

C(JARENCe SIMON,
Sf'iecr;t t' & i& Pr.c hr'p O 1,''.
C. 11. A. '. A.
St. John's.
15th October, 1i56.

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ANTIGUA.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.-


1956, No. 65.
Proclamation dated November 7, 1956, bringing into opera-
tion the Distribution of German Enemy Property
Ordinance, 1956 (No. 2319 56)


BY THE GOVERNOR.
A PROCLAMATION
ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.

WHEREAS by section 9 of the Distribution of German
Enemy Property Ordinance, 1956 (No. 23/1956) 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, I, ALEC LOVELACE, a Member of
the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Administrator
of the Colony of Antigua, do by this my proclamation declare
that the said Ordinance shall come into operation on the 1st day
of December, 1956.

AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the Colony of
Antigua 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 Ofice, Antigua, this
7th day of November, 1956, in the fifth year of
Her Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!




Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EAR, PIGOTT, Acting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1956.


Price 3 cents.


-480-11,56.










MONTSERRAT.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

1956, No. 38.

The Legislative Council (Elections) Regulations, 1956, dated
October 26, 1956, made by the Governor in Council
under Section 103 of the Montserrat Constitution and
Elections Ordinance, 1952 (No. 1 of 1952)


1 Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as the
Legislative Council (Elections) Regulations, 1956.

2. Rates of Pay. The following amounts shall be
paid to the officers hereinafter mentioned for their services in
connection with the by-election held in the year 1956:-


(a) To the Supervisor of Elections
(b) To the returning officer
(c) To each presiding officer
(d) To each poll clerk
(e) To each poll clerk and each
witness tallying at the
count of Ihe votes
(t) To each messenger appointed
to collect a ballot box
and election documents


.... forty dollars;
.... forty dollars;
.... fifteen dollars;
t e rn dollars;


.... four dollars;


.... one dollar;


8. Travelling. For travelling in connection with the
election, officers shall be paid at the rate prescribed for public
officers by any Travelling Allowance Regulations in force.

Made by the Governor in Council this 26th day of October,
1956.

Js. H. CARROT'',
Clerk of the Council.

Printed at the Government Printing Olfioe Antigua, Leeward Islands,
by EARL PIGOTT. Acting Governmront Printier.-By Authority.
1956


18/00028-500-11.56.


Price 3 cents




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