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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
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Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Leeward Islands gazette
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        Page 173
        Page 174
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        Page 176
        Page 177
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 19 of 1957: Antigua Telecommunications (Licences and Fees) (Amendment) Order, 1957
        Page A-1
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 22 of 1957: Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Confectionery) Order, 1957
        Page B-1
    Antigua, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 23 of 1957: Proclamation dated August 12, 1957, appointing Monday August 19, 1957, as a Public Holiday in the Colony of Antigua
        Page C-1
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THE
ANTIGUA, 3O-'NTER-RAT
AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GZ "' .

O published by c/A ihorityt
VOL. II. THURSDAY, 15TH AU' i 'lT, 1lN-7. No. 35.

CONVENTION.


Between the Post Office Departments of Canada and tlie Colony of the Vir'gin Islands concern-
ing the exchange, of Money Orders, to take the place of the Convention between Canada and the Leeward
Islands, which wis signed at Ott wa, C.anada, on the 2-3rd d&.y of July, 1904, and at St. John's, Antigua,
on the 21st day of January 1905.
For the purpose of establishing a system of exchange of Money Orders between Can.da and
the Virgin lhMands, the undersigned. the Postmaster (General of Canada and His Hionoiur the Administra-
tor of the Virgin Islinds, by virtue of Aulthority v\esr+dt i n t.h ii, have agreed to the following articles.
A wnCLE 1.
There shall be a regular exchange of M ,nev Orders between Canada and the Colonv of the
Virgin Islands.
ARTICLE 2.
(1) The maximum of each Canadian Money Order shall be one hundred dollars ($100.00)
and no Money Order shall include a fractional part of a cent. Every Money Order shall be drawn on
the authorized Form only (Specimen A).
(2) The maximum of each Virgin Island AMo ny Order shall be one hundred dollars ($ 100.00)
and no Money Order shall include a fractional part of a cent. Every Money Order shall be drawn on
the authorized Form only (Specimen B).
ARTICLE 3.
The rates of c(mimission to be charged on Money Orders drawn in Canada upon thi Virgin
Islands, or vice versa, shall be the same as the inland rates 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.
Aur icL, 5.
Money Orders shall be drawn only oni a'ihorized 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 Monev Order shall contain the name of the office and of the country of destination and
if relating to a Money Order payable in Canada, the name of the 'Province in which such office is situated.
ARTICLE 7.
Money Orders shall be issued only on the applicant furnishing the given name, surname and
address of the person to whom the amount is to be paid, and his own name and address, except in the
case of business firms whose usual designation will be sufficient. Such Money Orders are to be handed
to the remitters for transmission to the payees.
ARTICLE 3.
(1) Money Orders drawn in Canada on the Virgin Islands shall be expressed in Sterling)
%"Money, and in Canadian dollars and cents. Money Orders drawn in the Virgin Islands on Canada shall
i be expressed in Canadian dollars and cents and in Sterling money.


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17- THE ANT\IG' A, MONTTEi:, IAT AND) VIRlGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [August 15, 1957

AuTICLAE S--(jrc'd).
(2) Each of t"he contracting Administrations shall have the power to fix, from time to time,
the rate of cornversion applicable to Money Orders issued by it.

ARTICLE: 9.
On the first day of each month or as so-on as possible thereafter, each Administration shall
prepare in duplicate a certified list of all Money Orders issued by the other .Adlinistration which have
been paid by anI received fr(in its iiilaoiid offices a:id examined up to and including the last day of the
precediing min ii.
(a) Tito Mo.)ney orderss sha ll bi,; listed in numerical sequence of serial numbers au the lists will
ishow the serial number of eaii Order and its amount in Canadian dollars and cennts and in Sterling
mniiy. The sum total of : ,h sheet of paid Orders shall be sti.td in a sinmirv attached to
th:e list.
(b) The lists shall be n iintbreid consecutively throughout the calendar \'ar, beginning with
numbe:, 1 for the list of Orders paid and/or examined during the month of IJanuary :d ending with
thli list for the month o i D)ecember.

(c) One copy of eaclh of lhe lists shall hie transmitted on the part of the Virgin Islands to the
Director of Financial Strvices, 'ost Office Department, )ttawa 4, Canada-A-ttention, OM'nev Order
Division and in like manner on( the part of Canada to the Postmaster General, lRo:d Town, Tortola.
(i) Every paid (rd-r shall accompany the list in which it is entered and the package contain-
ing the list and paid Orders shall be forwarded under registered cover.
(c) Each Administration shall as soon as possible after reeeipt of a list give notice of any
errors which may be discovered therein.

(') If at any time the package cowraiining 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 Adtiinisiratiio as a satlisfactory voucher and
evidence of peiyment of the Orders described therein which have been lost or destroyed.

ATrTICL 10.
The Orders drawn by each country upon the other shall be payable upon presentation subject
to the regulations which govern the payment of Money Orders in the country on which they are drawn.
AnmirrTL, 1 1.
(1) (a) Money Orders alleged to have been lost or destroyed will be replaced with duplicates
to be issued iy the Adtministration of the country of origin.
(/) Applications for duplicates may be accepted only from the purchasers or the holders of the
purc:asers' eceipts or front th(e :payees or entdorsees if they are responsible concerns which custom-
arily extend credit for Money irders alleged to have been mailed to them. Except in the latter
cases, the responsibility of obtaining the diplic.at 's will devolve upon the payees who should corn-
mur ici;te with the ptrchasers.
(2) (a) Duplicates issued in favour of the payees of Mil,,:.y Orders will be sent to the Post
Office Department of the country of payment.
(b) Duplicates requested in favour of the remitters of Money Orders will not be issued until
certificates shall first have lben obtained from the country of payment certifying that the original
Money Orders have not been paid.
ARTICLE 12.
The Money Orders issued in pursuance of this Convention shall be valid until the expiration
of twelve months from the last day of the month in which issued.
ARTICLE 13.
Original Money Orders may be repaid by the country of origin without reference to the other
Administration, in accordance with the internal regulations of the country of issue.
ARTICLE 14.
Should it appear that Money Orders are used by mercantile men in Canada or the Virgin
Islands 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.






August. 1, 1957] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSEUIlAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 17,

AITICEI, 1 5.
T,.- accounts shill be prepared monthly on the basis of individual indebtednesls. each country
preparing ihe account in respect to the amomit due to its Administration.

(1) (a) The Post Office Department of the Virgin Islands shall prrepare an account in
duplicate showing the t:tal amount paid in Sterling money in respect to lMoine Orders of Canadian
issue. Both copies of the account shall be forwarded to Canada with the relative monthly list and
paid AMone orderss .

(b) The Post Office Department of Canada shall return an accepted copy of i.ie account and
shall remit, to tie PoI- Oiilic' Depaitment of lhe Vir,,in Islands a idr ft on L,;inon, Elngland,
exprcss.ed in S rling mon:ev in favour of the Postmnaster General, thel Virgin Islands, for the
amount due to the Virgin I.nlands.

(2) (a) The Post Oftict, Department of Canad(, shall prepare an account in duplicate showing
the total amount paid in ('aadialn D)olars in respect to Money Or iers originating, in the Virgin
Islands. Both copies of th, account siall be forwarded to the Virgin Islands with the relative
monthly list and paid Money O)rders.

(b) The Post officee De.partment of the Virgin Islands shall return an accepted copy of the
account and shall remit to the Post Office Department of Canada a draft on Oitawn, Canada,
expressed in Canadian Dollars in favour of the R.eceiver General of Canada for the amount
due to Canada.
(3) Pending the settlement of an account, either Administration may make a provisional
payment on the amount owing to the other I)epartnent.
(4) The expense attending the settlement of accounts slall be borne by the debtor country.

ARTICLE 16.
The present Convention shall take effect on the 1st day of November one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-six and shall remain in force until 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.
Done in duplicate, and signed at Ottawa, Canada, on the 13th day of November in the year
1956, and at Road Town, Tortola, on the 22nd day of November in the year 1956.

(Signed) Postmaster (-eneral of Canada.

(Signed) Administrator of the Colony of the Virgin Islands.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT.
18th July, 1957.
BERMUDEZ BISCUIT COMPANY LIMITED of No. 10-14 Duncan Street, Port-of-'l..Liu, Trinidad have
applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the following:-



="~;., r "7,..





in Class 42 that is to say: Substances used as food or as ingredients in food.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for one month
before the date of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat, and Viroin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Montserrat,
of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
F. O. C. HARRIs,
Registrar of Trade Marks.







176 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [Angnst 15, 1957.


So ices.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. II. G. SEWARD, Super-
intendent of Police, Maritius, has
been appointed Commissioner of
Police, Leeward Islands.

2. It is expected that Mr. SEWARD
will arrive in Antigua on 25th
Aunust. 1957.

Ch iif Scretaryl's 0O,.-'-,
Anltiqua.
12th Aiigvust, 1957.
Ref. N4, V. 13/00030


Teiders Committee for Construction
of Government Buildings

Ti'h, Ad nministrator has been pleased
to ,. 1ioint the following to, be mem-
bers o' a 'Tenders Committ-", for the
corii.riction of (Government Buildings
in excess oI $5000:--

The HoImourahle Attorney Gen'ral
-Chairmalu

'Clie 'oohinial Engineer

Thi Adainisiitrative Secretary, Pub-
lic Works and Communications.

Admniatrasor's fice,
A ntigua.
12h/i A qust, 1957.
Ref. No. A. 41/4:'.

No. 90.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES


Thi Secretary of State for the
Oolhmies has infornw l the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not he exercised in respect of the
nnden rm mlioiOed Ordinance:-

Antigua.

No. 36 of 1956, "The Government
Electricity, Ice and Cold Storage
Ordi nance, 1956."
R.f. No. 47/00171

Chief Secretary's Office,
A nflif/na.
August, 1957.


No. 91

The Governor has this day been
pleased to assent to the undermen-
tioned Ordinances:-

Antlgua.

No. 10 of 1957, "The Matrimonial
Causes Act (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957."
Ref. No. 17/00506
No. 11 of 1957, "The Nurses Reg-
istration (Amendment) Ordinance,
1957."
Raf. No. 47100338


Firgin IsaInds.
No. 8 of 1957, The Police Act
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1957".
Ref, No. 47/00432
No. 9 of 1957, The Animals
(Diseases, Importation and Exporta-
tion) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957".
Ref. No. 47/00273

Chiof ~acr'ftatry's QOicf,
-Antihla.
12th Aeugust, 1957.

No. 92.

The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with this Gazette
and form part thereof:
A n igua.i
No. 19 of 1957, "The Antigua
Telecommunications (Licences and
Foes) (AmXndment) Order, 1957."
lpp. P'ioe 3 c.s.
No. 22 of 19.57, "The Aid to
Pion er Ind ustries (Manufacture of
Conf.-ctionory) Or ler, 1957."
1p)p. Price 3 cts.
No. 23 of 1957, Proclamation
dated Augist 12, 1957, appointing
M..i, ..y Autust 19. 1957, as a Public
Holiday in the Colony of Aintigua.
1 pp. Price 3 ,Its.


T'A DE MARKS OFFICE.
PLrYMOU;'rT, M ONTIERRA'r.
1Slh Ju.ily, I l7.

PE EiR JACKSON (OVERSEAS)
LIMITED of Granite House, 97-101,
(annon Street, London. England,
have applied for Reist:i ration one
Trade Mark consi:tiiwn, (f' th- follow-
ing:-



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.1.












have used the said Trade ark in
.....





bin Cefo 45 that is to saiy: -TAacco
wAnyet mpersonufactn mayred or withian-

The Applicants claim that theyfirst

respeidct of the said goork.s for 28 ars
1)5f(1e the date of their sai'l A ppli-
S0 ti.. H ,
Any p gsotn mayr within three
mont h : frnu the d, to of the first
aincarasnce of this Advertisement in
thet .1a.'nua, Montserral f Vina'n
Islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Tlradce Matrks Olfice, M nt-
serrdt, of opposition to registration of
the said T rade Mark.

F. O. C. HA RRIS,
r Reisthe ai of fTrade Marks,


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,

PLYMOUTH, MONTSERRAT,

2nd August, 1957.

JOSEPH S. FINCH AND COM-
1'ANY of 350 Fifth Avenue, New
York, State of New York, United.
States of Anm-rica, have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisting of thIe ilolwing:-



JAtAiCA DIAMOND

in ('a:-s .!3 '' i is to say:-1um.

The App!lic'iits claim th'ai the date
of first use of th,. said Trade Mark
is giv',.n in the Itiiitel States Applica-
tion as April 1>ih. 1957.

Any iier nionths fr. m tlh dato f ithe first
alpfar'ance if : li-s Advertiserment in
the A-1 li/Wn.. J ;Ji '.ierr and a irgiml
fslundis x'. ,. C:i.'e notic(4 in dupli-
cat ;A th!i T'I';r Miarks Office, Mont-
s-'rr;it of opj .io !. to .R ist!ration of
the said Tr':,,e Marl:.

F. C. .Harris,
I',7I'xl: o(if Trade Marks.


THA D ,., MA SS OFFICE.
-'L tT-O' THI. NTSERRAT.
:1.i July, 1957.

O'KEEFE LD) VIENNA BREW-
ERY (LIl ITED of 1'97 Victoria Street,
Toronlto. Olntario, C(anad;i, have ap-
plied for tRegistration of one Trade
NLnrk consistinig of thle following:-


*( .4'

~~gr$ 4


V ~t* -* /)


.-
j'**- f


in cl:iss 43 that is to say: -Lager Beer,

The A\,.1' .,.t- claim that they
have used thie .said Trade Mark inr
respect of the said goods for 6
months be'-orn the date of their said
application.

Any person may within three
months from the date ,of the first
ap)pei rence of this advertism'nt in the
AIltinIa. MJol/..errat, (nul Virgin,
Islands G(wici/c, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Mont-
serrat of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.

F. 0. C. Harris,
Refi/';rar of Trade iMaVks.i


I
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Au-gust 15, i957.] THE ANTIGUA, 'MNTSEL.RT AND VIRGIN ISLANDbS GAZETTE 17-.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE:,
PLYMOUTH, MONTSER!:AT.
I tlh July, 1957.

CLUETT. PE7ABOD)Y & CO.. INC.,
of 433 River Street, Tri', Stat' of
New York, have applied for Registra-
tion of one Tradei Mark entaisting of
the following:



in Class- 24 that is to y: 5'totton
piece goods of all kinds.

The Applicants claim tij: tihey
have used the said Tra i., Mrk in
respect of the said goods for 26
years before the date of their said
Application.

Any person may within three
months fromn the date of the first
appearance of this Adtrtiston, hnt in
the .,,',7',., Mowisfei'rrlt &, i' y tn
.ll(ands Gazette. give notic' iin Jupli-
cate at the Traide Marks Office,
Montsarrat, of opposition to r. istr'a-
tion of the said Tr;ade Mar:.

F. 0. C. iarrs,
.I.'jgistra oif f'I'r" xarinrcs.


TRADE MARK'S OFI iCE,
PLYMIOU TH. MoN'ih :RA',
16th Jnly. 1957.

CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., INC..
of 433 River Street, Troy, State, of
New York. have applied for 1R istra-
tion of one Trade Mark consisting of
th,. following:-




in Class 38 that is to) say: -Artiless of
clothing.

The Applicints claim that they
have used th-- saii Tr:tle Muark in
respect of the said good for ;' years
before the date of t hcir said \Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of tit first
appearance of this Advrltisewneint in
the Antigua, Munltserrat and Viry,, n
Islands Gazelle, give noticP in luphi-
cate at the Trade Marks Olieo-'. Mont-
serrat, of opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.

F. O. C. HARR!is,
Ile.istr ar of ', [larks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
PLYMOUTH \11' TSERRAT.
!Sth July, 1957.

CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., INC.,
of 433 River Street, I ., State of
Now York have applied for Registra-
tion of one T'raid Mark consisting of
the following:-


F ORIZED

in Class :;' that is to say: Artices of
clothing

The applicants claim that they
have used tli h, iid Tradti-i Mark in
respect, of the aid g ods fi'r 26
years before lI-' dil:te of iteir said
Application.
Any per-on ay within three
months from th Wirate of the lirst
appearance oi thii Advertiseiment in
the Antifla/. loitilso'rrtl and: Virg"in
L la'nds Gazelti, 'giv notice in dqpli-
cate at the Trad'- Marks Oflice,
Mo'.tserrat, of opposition to r-,gistra-
tion of the said 'I ride Mark.

F. U HATitas,
leyi.tir(tr o! 7''Tradoe Mari s.


Poit of Engineering* Asssstant;
Public W'Aork~rs Department,
Grenada. IE.W.I.

A iplications :ire invited from suita-
bly n i,.-,1 persons for appoilintment
to the post of Engineering Assistant,
Public Works Dlofirtennt, Grenada,
B.W.I.

Appointment:

The post, which is permanent and
pensiona'ble carries a salary scale of
.-. .'.*1 x b I-'n- *. .1,0 per anurn to-
gether with a pensioablle pay addition
of 2' per cent. at all soages of salary.
The point of entry into the scale
will be determined according to
the candidate's qualification andr
ex perience.

Qualifications:

Applications fro itm lalified civil or
structural engimiers will be given
priority, but other applicants must
produce evidence to show that they
have the basic knowledge and experi-
nce to carry out satisfactorily the
duties which they will be called upon
to perform.


intdes:
The successful applicant will be,
expected to design structures in steel,
reinforced concrete and timber, and
prepare working drawings of such
structures. His duties will include
iie preupa:ratimo of all kinds of civil
enlgineerint g vwo'rks beinu carried out
by contract or by direct labour. He
will lie expected to exercise rigid
,. ,tm control over 'sl'l' projects.
He will ;ii;-s he reqiireid to perform
such Athor duties a;s tany be assigned
to himu iby tlhe Siup'riittetndent of Pub-
lie Works.
Quarters:
(tliirters are not provided.
:... .s
'Free tirst c;,ss p'assageo s to Grenada
will i:i provided for tle Officer, his-
wife and children t'i exceeding five
persons i, all; chilihnti should be
under IS years iotf: e. unmarried and
dependent on th .:.

Leave and Leave .' i..n:
Vacation leave ti;u l:ll sahtlry will be
granted at the rate if i5 days per
,anitn aind ma! pug e Inc'n thted ip
to ;a nmt-\iumml, period of 181) days.
Leave pi<;a'sges wvx-ill le provided in
accordance with l1.,i l r'oetilations.

,:editl: Attention:
Ftree mieditc:i i;;'iition ;a; medi-
cines are no t jroivided.

Taxation:
All G(overn ni'n t i ,. .i .-. are liable,
to taxation imposed by local legislation

AppiiCeatins giiv&Wg full ptirticulirs
of inantmi. ;me, iuaililictions and
experience accompanied by at least
two testimonials :anr a C .t1ii i,'- of
Medical litness should be submitted to
the Secretary, PuIlic Service (ommnis-
siot, (Governent Office. St. George's,
Grenada. B.W.I. not later than 31st
August. 1957.


"LIL GURES.
Agricultural Department,
ltic i,..
Month 153l. 1954. !9i55. 195f;. 1957.
Janniary 1.9:i3 :3.01 2.16 .rt15 3.1
Feb. .(2 '.4 .a 1.23 2.29
Mtir. "i.i; i.,S .S3 1 tio .40
April 2.iMi .49 175 3.83 2.54
Mty i.:o 3i.83 2.81 2.58 1.19
June L.i 31.2 1.7 5.72 2 .8(
July :i. 3.17 2.3 4.2 1 48
To ;Olth Au'., .i 1.7 4 .5 1.50 .iS
17.,5: 1 1.42 16.78 23.70 14.57


Printdl at ti Gowvrnrnent Printinir Oiti:'i Anti';ga. Leeward Islands, by Li. M. ILAiKMAAX,
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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND l) S.
1957, No. 19.


The Antigua Telecommunications (Licences and Fees) (Amendment) Order,
1957, dated July 16, 1957, made by the Governor in Council by virtue
of Section 6 of the Telecommunications Act, 1949 (No. 13/1949).


1. Citation. This Order may be cited as the Antigua
Telecommunications (Licences and Fees) (Amendment) Order,
1957, and shall be read as one with the Antigua. Telecommuni-
cations (Licences and Fees) Order, 1952 (S.R. & 0. 1952,
No. 44) as amended, hereinafter referred to as the Principal
Order.
2. Amendment of Schedule to the Principal
Order. The Schedule to the Principal Order is hereby
amended by substituting the following for item 7 thereof:-
"7. For a Telecommunications Receiving Set
Licence-
(i) in the Island of Antigua $1.00;
(ii) in the Island of Barbuda .60. "
3. Cancellation. The Antigua Telecommur ications
(Licences and Fees) (Amendment) Ord!r. 1953 (S.R. & O.
1953, No. 27) is hereby cancelled.
4. Commencement. This Order shall be deemed to
have come into operation on the Ist day ,o January, 1957.
Made by the (Tovernor in Council this 16th day of
July, 1957.
F. A. CLARKE,
Clerk of the councill .


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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1957, No. 22.


THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF CON-
FECTIONERY) ORDER, 1957, DATED JULY 30, 1957, MADE
BY THE GOVERNOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 3(1) OF THE
AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1950 (NO. 9 ov
1950).


1. Citation. This order may be cited as the Aid to
Pioneer Industries (t1nul'FirI te of Confectionery) Order, 1957.
2. Manufacture of Confectionery declared
a Pioneer Industry. The manufacture of confectionery
is hereby declared to he a pioneer industry for the purposes of
the Aid to Pioneer Inlustries Ordinance, 1950 and the follow-
ing products aro henrby declared to be pioneer products for
the said purpose::-
Hard boilei sweets and chocoluaes.
Made by the governorr in Council this 30th day of
July, 1957.
F. A. CLARKE,
/'lerk of the Concil.












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by E. M. BLAI''KMA, Govornment P'rinter.- B3 Authority.
1957.


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kNTIGUA.


STATUS
U RY RULES AND ORDERS.

I 1957, No. 23.


Proclamation dated o
August 19, 1a9 August 12, 1957, appointing Monday
of Antigua. 7, as a Public Holiday in the Colony



BY 1T-IE GOVERNOR.
A PRD
A PR LAMATION.

ALEC LOVELACE,
Administrator.
WHEREAS by section 5 (a) of the
(No. 19/195.4) as amended, it is enacted tl nblic 'Holidays Act, 1954
Governor from time to time with the ad it shall be lawful for the
to issue a proclamation appointing a sp iee of the Executive Council
reserved as a public holiday throuihoy cial day or part of a day to be
*t the Colony:


AND WHEREAS the Governor,
Council of the ( iony of Antigna, cor
day of August. 1957 should be reserv
in the Colony:
NOW, CI'HIEflh'EOIRE, I do, wi
Council of the said Colony of \Antign;
fe rred by the said section of the said
(lay of AuIunst, 1957, a special day to
the said C(lony of Antisgua.
AND all H1er Majesty's loving so
othf:rs whom it may conc-'n are I;,,,
hereof and to give their ready nbediei

GIVfEN lt the Admi in
12t,2h day of August
Majesty's reign.

<;OD SAVE\ T'


hy I. r.
,-500 9 7.


1 ;oifl1rrPft "rna
BL.CKM .N. (GOVer


with the advice of the Executive
sides it expedient that the 19th
>d and kept as a Public Holiday

I the advice of the Executive
in exercise of the powers con-
Act, appoint Monday the 19th
e reserved as a pubhiic holiday in

. 1.. in the said Colony and all
y required to take due notice
ce- accor(iilng! .

,sr tor's () '. AntiUaCe, this
1': 7. in the sixth year of Her


1 i QUEEN .



ng Oiace. Antirna. L&wamrd Islands.
,pr [ Pri'nt, -"T.v Authority.
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