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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
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1-12, no. 18; July 5, 1956-Mar. 30, 1967.
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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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THE

ANTIGUA, MONTHS

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GA

Published by cduthority.


THURSDAY, 30TH JANUARY, 1958.


No 7.


Notices.


It is hereby notified for general
information that His Excellency the
Governor has issued a Commission to
His Honour Lt.-Col. ALEC LOVELACE,
M.B.E., M.C., Administrator of
Antigna, appointing him to be his
Deputy for the period of His Excel-
lency's visits to St. Kitts-Nevis-
Anguilla and Monteerrat, from the
27th tu 30th January, 1958, while His
Excellency is accompanying the
Governor-General on his tour of these
Colonies.

ChiefSecretary's Office,
26th January, 1958.
Ref. No. 13/0035'J.

It is notified for general inform-
tion that under the provisions of
Regulation 3 of the Antigua Public
Service Commission Regulations 1956,
Statutory Rule and Order No. 4 of
1956, His Excellency the Governor
has been pleased to reappoint
Mr. FRANCIS R. ANJO, O.B.E., to be
Chairman and Mr. G. G AUCHINLECK
and Mr. A. WILSON to be Members
of the Public Service Commission for
the Colony of Antigua.

Mrs. M. E. C. FOOTE has been re-
appointed Secretary to the Commis-
sion.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
27th January, 19.58.
Ref. A. C. 1S/235.

It is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the Secretary of State
has appointed Mr. Charles Arthur
Millard retired Electrical Engineer,
Nyasaland, as Director of the Depart-
ment of Electricity and Telephones
for a period of three years in the first
instance.
He will be required to undertake
the administrative control of the De-
partment of Electricity and Tele-
phones and be responsible for-
(a) the operation of the public
electricity service;
(b) the operation of the public
telephone service; and




y


(c) advising the Government on
telecommunications and on all mat-
ters in connection with the public
services referred to above.
Mr. Millard is expected to sail
from the United Kingdom on 5th
February, 1958.
Administrator's Offwe.
Antigua.
29th January, 1958.
Ref. No. P. W. C. 29/3-11

Building Authority
It is notified for general information
that His Honour the Administrator
of the British Virgin Islands has been
pleased to re-appoint the following
persons to the Building Authority for
one year with effect from 15th Jan-
uary, 1958:
Mr. E. L. SMITH Chairman
Hon. LESLIE MALONE, M.L.C.
Member
The composition of the Board is now
as follows:
Mr. E. L. SMITH Chairman
Hon. LESLIF MALONE, M.L.C.
Member
The Superintendent of Public
Works Member
Mr. RALPH O'NEAL Member
The Sanitary Inspector Clerk

No. 9.
Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-
Antigua.
Ambrose, H. B., Senior Clerk, Peasant
Development Office, transferred to
the Treasury. January 20.

Anthonyson, H. T., Junior Clerk,
Treasury, appointed Senior Clerk,
Treasury. January 1.

Bailey, Dr. C. E. S., Medical Superin-
tendent, Holberton Hospital, ap-
pointed to act as Senior Medical
Officer. January 6.

Barnard, Miss D. L., Junior Clerk, Cus-
toms, transferred to the Audit
Department. January 20.


Barzey, E., Student Nurse Holberton
Hospital resigned appointment.
31st December 1957.

Benjamin, Miss V., Staff Nurse, Hol-
herton Hospital, resigned appoint-
ment. Feb. 12.

Cochrane, W. S., Fishery Assistant, ap-
pointed Senior Clerk, Administra-
tion. January 20.

Dewar, Mrs. D. I., Nursing Sister
(Assistant Matron) Holberton Hos-
pital appointed to act as Matron,
Holberton Hospital. Jan. 1.

Dewar, Mrs. D. I., appointed Nursing
Sister (Assistant Matron) Holbertonl
Hospital on contract fo 2 years.
Jan. 1.
Flax. G. W., Senior Clerk, Administra-
tion appointed Principal. Treasury.
January 20.

Hawley, Miss L, appointed Junior
Clerk, Central Housing and Plan-
ning Authority. Nov. 21 1957.

Henry, E. T., Senior Clerk, Treasury,
transferred to the Audit Depart-
ment. January 20.

Hill, Miss. E., Junior Clerk, Peasant
Development Services, Agricultural
Department appointed to act as
Senior Clerk in that Department.
Sept. 1 1957.
Hill, 0. T., Acting S.nior Clerk,
Treasury, appointed Senior Clerk,
Treasury. January 1.

James, E. L. S., Junior Clerk, Audit
Department, appointed Senior
Clerk. Audit Department. Jan. 22.

Joseph, C., appointed Power Station
Plant Operator, Electricity, Ice and
Cold Storage Department.
Jan. 1, 1957
Keene, I. C., Junior Clerk, Treasury,
appointed Senior Clerk, Treasury.
January 1.

Knight, C. E., appointed Superintend-
ent, Mental Hospital on secondment
from the Colony of Barbados.
January 11.
Lindsay, Miss A. B., J uni o r Clerk,
Treasury, appointed to act as Senior
Clerk, Treasury. January 20.

Michael, D. 0., Junior Clerk, Peasant
Development Services, transferred
to the Treasury. January 16.

Michael, Miss M. E., appointed Opera-
tor, Telephone Department. Jan. 8.


VOL. III.









32 TH E ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [January 30, 1958


Michael, R. I. E., Senior Clerk, Audit
(Virgin Islands Establishment) ap-
pointed Principal, Audit (Antigua
Establishment). January 22.

Scotland, Miss A., appointed Junior
Clerk, Treasury, on probation.
January 20.
No : A. C. 1./H56-II
Jlontserrat
Prosper, J. W. Inspector of Police,
Monts'rrat, to act Assistant Super-
intenddent of Police, Antiia.;.
Jan. 17
Ref. No. P. F. 257

Roberts, A. A., Station Sergeant of
Police, Antigua, to act Inspector of
Police, Montserrat. Jan. 14
Ref. No. P. F. 731
Virgin Islands.
Roberts, G. M., Stn. Sergeant of Police,
Virgin Islands, to act Inspector of
Police, Virgin Islands. Jan. 1

Chief Secretary's Office,
Antigua.
Ref: 60/00039.
No. 10.
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES


The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed His Excellency
the (Governor that the power of
disallowance will not be exercised in
respect of the undermentioned Ordi-
nance:-


Monteerrat.


No. 13 of 1957, "Development
(Ice and Cold Storage) Loan (Amend-
mont) Ordinance, 1957.
Jan. 1, 1958
Secretariat,
Antigua,
30th January, 1958.
Ref. No. 37/00406.

AIRPORT INSTRUCTIONS.


In pursuance of the powers vested
in me by paragraph 3 (1) of the Airport
R-gulitions, 1952 (S. R. & 0. 1952
No. 21) the following orders & in-
structionts are hereby promulgated
with respect to the public service and
private driven motor vehicles opera-
ting at Coolidge Airport: and
supersedes previous orders and in-
structions.

1. Public service vehicles will be
parked on the western side of Pan
American Drive and north of the sign
marked PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES
ST A ND."

2. Drivers of public service vehi-
cles will remain at their respective
vehicles until called by police, cus-
toms or airport officials.

3. Unless a particular vehicle is
stipulated by a passenger, public ser-
vice vehicles will be called in the


order in which they are parked. The
No. 1 position being nearest the sign
marked PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES
STAND."

4. Upon being called, drivers will
bring their vehicles to the north
western entrance of the Customs
building and receive the passengers)
for whom the vehicle was called.

5. Vehicles will not be allowed to
remain at such entrance longer than
is necessary to collect the passen-
ger(s) for whom the vehicle was called.

6. Private vehicles will be parked
in the public parking lot situated west
of the airline offices.

7. Should space in the public
parking lot prove inadequate at any
time, private vehicles may be parked
along the eastern side of Pan American
Drive.

8. All vehicles at the airport shall
be parked as near as possible to each
other to ensure that the maximum
amount of vehicles may be accommo-
dated.

9. Any person who violates any
of the above instructions and orders
shall be dealt with in the manner pro-
vided in paragraph 33 of the above
Regulations.

Dated this 21st day of Jannary, 1958.

G. W. S. PATERSON,
Controlling Officer.


PRESS RELEASE.


It is hereby notified for general
information that copies of "The
West Indies Gazette" are avail-
able for sale at the Government
Printing Office, Antigua.

The selling price of "The West
Indies Gazette" has been fixed
at 18 cents per copy. The price of
supplements to The Gazette
will vary according to siz., on a
sliding scale from 4 cents to $1.80.

Government Printing Ogice,
Antiqua,
Lepward Islands.

24th January, 1958,


NOTICE OF NOMINATION.


The Governor General having issued
his Writ of Election for the election
of two members for the Colony to
serve in the House of Represensatives
of the West Indies, the returning
officer will, on the 28th day of Febru-
ary, 1958 now next ensuing between
the hours of ten o'clock in the fore-
noon and one o'clock in the afternoon
and between the hours of two o'clock
and four o'clock in the afternoon at
the Princess Elizabeth Hall in the


City of Saint John, in the Island of
Antigna, proceed to the nomination
of the said two members.

Dated this 27th day of January,
1958.

A. E. WILLIAMS,

Returning Officer.


NOTICE is hereby given that in
accordance with the provisions of
Section 37 of the Adaptation of Laws
(Elections to the House of Repre-
sentatives of the West Indies) Regu-
lations, 1957, (Montserrat S. R. & 0.
30 of 1957) and for the purpose of
the election of members of the House
of Representatives of the West Indies
for the Colony of Montserrat, the
Colony shall be divided into four
Polling divisions with such bounda-
ries as are hereinafter set out:

(1) Southern Polling Divisions:

All that portion of the Island of
Moutserrat bounded as follow s:

NORl'H-by an imaginary line
running from the mouth of the
Belham River in a South-easterly
dir,-ction along Weeks River and
Mile Gut to the summit of Farrell's
Mountain thence in a south-easterly
direction to Gut Maframey on the
sea; and

SOUTH, East and West by the sea.

(2) Windward Polling Division:

All that portion of the island of
Montserrat bounded as follows:-

NORTH-by an imaginary line
from the sea at Bottomless Gut running
on a south-westerly direction to the
northern point of Windy Hill Ridge;

SOUTH-by an imaginary line
from the summit of Farrell's Moun-
tain running in a south easterly
direction to Gut Maframey and on to
the sea; and

WEST-by an imaginary line
from the Center Hills at the Northern
point of Windy Hill Ridge along the
public road at Windy Hill Ridge to
the summit of Farrell's Mountain.

(3) Central Polling Divisions:
All that portion of the Island of
Montserrat bounded as follows:-

NORTH-by an imaginary line
from the north of Soldier Gut run-
ning in a south-easterly direction to
the northern point of Windy Hill
Ridge.

SOUTH-by the northern boundary
of Southern Electoral District;

EAST--by the Western boundary
of the Windward Electoral district
WEST-by the sea.









January ;0, 1,958.]


THE ANI'IGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 33


(4) Northern Polling Divisions:
All tlat portion of the Island of
Montserrat bounded as follows:-

NORTH, EAST and WEST by the
sea; and
SOUTH-by an imaginary line
from the mouth of Soldier Gut run-
ning' in a; sou lh-easterly direction to
the northern point of Windy Hill
Ridge and thence in a north-easterly
direction to the mouth of Bottomless
Gut.
C. STRAUGHN HUSBANDS,
Supervisor of Elections.

18th January, 1958.
Ref. No. C. 18/00066

It has been brought to the attention
of Government that a large number
of the fire hydrants in the City and
the suburbs are being tampered with
by the removal, either wilfully, or
ignorantly and mischievously of the
clip for fastening the instantaneous
coupling to which the hose is attached.
The effect of these wanton acts is
that in the event of an outbreak of fire
these hydrants will be inoperative and
useless and this in itself may result
in a calamity to the inhabitants of this
island.
Government views these acts of
vandalism seriously and anyone
caught in the act of removing any of
these clips will be prosecuted.
The co-operation of the public is
invited in an effort to suppress and
eradicate this dangerous practice and
the Police or the Public Works
Department will welcome any infor-
mation which may lead to the arrest
and prosecution of the offenders.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
28th January, 1958.
Ref. No. A. :12/8.

Tenders are hereby invited for the
operation of the Mail Service between
Barbuda and Antigua during the year
1958. The dimensions of the boat
to be used should be stated in the
tender.
2. The tenderer will be expected
to make a trip at least once per week,
leaving Barbuda on Tuesday and
returning Friday weather permitting.
3. He will be responsible for
the safe delivery of mails and may be
required to perform any other official
business with which he may be
entrusted.
4. Tenders should be addressed
to the Warden, Barbuda marked
" Tender for Mail service Barbuda"
and should reach his office not later
than 10th February, 1958.
5. Government does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
Tender.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
24th January, 1958.
-Ref. No. A. 62/6.


OFFICE OF CENTRAL BOARD OF
HEALTH,
MARKET STREET,
17th January, 1958.
It is hereby notified for general
information that Counterfoil Receipts
Nos. 72935 and 72937 are missing
from the book numbered 72901-
73000 which was issued to The
Pound Keeper, Newfield.

The receipts are invalid and any-
one coming in possession of the
unaccounted receipts should report
same to the Chief Accountant, Treas-
ury immediately.
J. M. HALLPIKE,
Chief Health Inspector.
Ref. No. A. 31/299.


INCOME TAX NOTICE.

The Income Tax Ordinance
No. 13 of 1957.
Public Officers and Pensioners
Any public officer or pensioner lia-
ble to pay income tax whose income
including that of his wife consists
solely of his and/or her emoluments
as a public officer or pensioner or
other allowance from public funds
shall deliver a true and correct return
of his whole income to the Commis-
sioner not later than the 31st day of
January 1958.
(Section 81 and S. R. & 0., 1946,
No. 13).

Other Persons
Every person (including a com-
pany) liable to pay income tax shall
deliver a true and correct return of his
whole income not later than the 31st
day of March, 1958.
(Section 81 and P. R. and 0. 1946,
No. 13).

Agents, Trustees, Etc.
Any person having the direction,
control or management of any prop-
erty or concern, or being in receipt of
income, on behalf of any person,
whether resident or non-resident, as
attorney, factor, agent, trustee, curator
or committee should make and deliver
to the Commissioner a return in
respect of such property, concern or
income not later theit the 31st day of
March, 1958.
(Sections 29 and 30).

All employers (including Heads of
Government Departments. Building
Contractors, Merchants, Estate Pro-
prietors, Steamship Agents Stevedores
are here.by required to furnish the
Income Tax Commissioner with lists
showing name, address and total
remuneration of (a) their lcilce staff,
(b) all other employees (including
labourers, drivers of Motor Vehicles,
suppliers of transport, services and
sub-contractors) whose total remuner-
ation for the year 1957 exceeds Five
hundred and forty Dollars. Heads of
Government Departments are not


required to furnish lists of employees
who are on the pensionable establish-
mnenl of theCivil Services.
(Section 50 (2) a & b).

General
Any person may be considered to be
" liable to pay income tax if his in-
come from all sources exceeds Five
hundred and forty Dollars.

All claims for deduction from
income tax must be substantiated by
the production of receipts or other
bona fide evidence.

Penalties
Any person liable to pay income
tax who fails to make or deliver a
return within the prescribed period
shall be guilty of an offence against
this Ordinance and shall lie liable on
conviction to a penalty not exceeding
Five hundred dollars, and in default
of payment to imprisonment wirh or
without hard labour for a term not
exceeding six months.

Any person who makes or delivers
a false return or keeps or prepares any
false accounts or particulars concern-
ing any income on which tax is pay-
able shall be guilty of :n offence and
shall be liable on conviction to a fine
not exceeding Two thousand five hun-
dred Dollars, or to imprisonment with
or without hard labour for a term not
exceeding six months.
(Section 74).
H. A Murdoch,
for the Commissioner.
4th January 1958.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA,
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
3rd January, 1958.
THE TEXAS COMPANY of 135
East 42nd Street, New 'York, State of
New York, United Statt s of America
have applied for Registr:tion of' one
Trade Mark consisting if thl- follow-
ing:-



TEXACO

in class 47 in respect of gasoline,
kerosene and motor and industrial
lubricating oil and grease.

The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said goods for thirty
years 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 Vir-
gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition to registration of the sdid
Trade Mark.
H. Alex. Bessen,
Registrar of Trade Marks.









34 THE1 ANTIGUA, MON FSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 30, 1958.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 21st January, 1958.

ZENITH RADIO CORPORATION
of 6001 Oickens Avenue, Chicago,
Illinois, United States of America,
have aj'plied for Registration of one
Trade \lark consisting of the follow-
ing:-



ZENITH

In class: 8 that is to say: Philsophi-
cal instruments, scientific instruments
and apparatus for useful purposes and
instruments and apparatus for teach-
ing, electrical and electronic apparatus
including radio receivers and trans-
mitters, television receivers and trans-
mitters, color television receivers and
transmitters, subscription television
transmitters and receivers, television
coders and decoders sound coders and
decoders, magnectic sound recording
and rep r oduci n g devices, electro-
mechanical sound recording and re-
producing devices, electrical phono-
graphs, record changers, record play-
ers, and combinations of any two
or more of the foregoing; remote
control systems; power
supplies; batteries; amplifiers; tuners,
electric motors, electromechanical
transducers including phonograph
cartridges, loudspeakers, microphones
and headphones; electromechanical
vibrators; electric switches, relays;
rectifiers; crystal diodes; photocells;
electron tubes; cathoderay tubes;
electric lamps; transistors; electrical
wave traps, filters and noise sup-
pressors; transformers; deflection
yokes; inductance coils; lightning
arresters; antennas; voltage dividers;
potentiometers; electrical sockets,
connectors and fuses; capacitors;
resistors; electrical wire, cord and
c'ble; electrical shi. Ids; detectors;
oscillators; semiconductor devices;
condensers; printed circuits; electrical
home appliances; electrical hearing
aids and accessories; and parts of any
of the foregoing, in Class 8.

The applicants claim that they have
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods since 1918 before
the date of their said application.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisment in
the Antigua, Mmntserat and Virgin
islands Gazette, give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

EVAN CREQUE,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marke.


RAINFALL FIGURES

Agricultural Department,
Antigua
Month 1974. 1955. 1956. 1957. 1958.
To 25th Jan. 2.87 2.01 4.94 2.31 .92


INVALIDATION OF ANTIGUA STAMPS.

It is hereby notified for general
information that, notwithstanding the
provisions of the King George VI ten
shillings and one pound Stamps
(Invalidation) Order, 1957 (S. R. & 0.
1957 No. 9) the Antigua stamps of
the values of ten shillings and one
pound authorized for use in Antigua
by the Stamps Order, 1948, (S. R. & O
1948 No. 6) may, by virtue of the
King George VI ten shillings and one
pound Stamps (Continuance of Use)
Order, 1957, (S. R. & 0. 1957 No. 29)
continue to be used for the payment
of postage or stamp duties up to and
including the 31st day of March,
1958, after which date they shall no
longer be valid for the said purposes.

Provision has, however, been made
in the above Continuance of Use
Order for a period of grace of three
months thereafter, that is on or
before the 30th day of June, 1958,
within which holders of the stamps
of the abovementioned denomina-
tions may effect their exchange at the
General Post Office, St. John's, Anti-
gua, for a stamp or stamps of equal
value authorised for use in the Colony
of Antigua.

Administrator's Ofice,
Antigul.

21st September, 1957.


Vacant Pensionable Post of

Estimator/Chief Draughtsman

Public Works Department,
St. Vincent.
Salary $2,592 X 96-$3,168 plus
20% pensionable pay addition.
Transport allowance in accordance
with local rates. Qualifications Sec-
onIdary education, with sound know-
ledge of Mathematics and English,
and a completed Conrse in draughting
from Bennett College, I.C.S., Insti-
tution of Engineering Designers or
other recognized authority.

Application with testimonials and
certificates should be forwarded to
the assistant Administrator and
Establishment Officer, St. Vincent
not later than 31st January, 1958.
Other information available from
local Secretariat.


Applications are invited from suit-
ably qualified candidates for appoint-
ment to the post of Assistant Secretary
(Administrative) Windward Islands,
particulars of which are as follows:

1. Appointment:
The post is on the permanent and
pensionable establishment and the
appointment carries with it liability
to transfer to any post of equivalent
status in the Windward Islands.


2. Salary:


The salary of the post is at the rate
of $2,880 p.a. (in the scale $2,880 x 120
- $4,080) plus a pensionable pay
addition of 20% of salary.

3. Quarters:

Quarters are not provided, but in
the event of Government quarters be-
ing available they may be rented at
rental not exceeding 10% of salary or
5% of assessed value, whichever is less.

4. Leave:

The officer will be eligible for
vacation leave at the rate of 45 days
for each completed period of 12
months resident service, accumulating
up to a maximum of 180 days.

5. Duties:

The duties of the post will include:

(a) Division of files between the
various branches of the office.

(b) Initiation of action on files,
other than those for the financial
branch, and preparation of draft re-
plies, despatches etc. etc.

(c) Supervision over the telegrams
Clerk and general responsibility for
the receipt and despatch of telegrams,
including decode of those received
after office hours.

(d) Responsibility for secret and
higher grade files and all cypher
material etc.

(e) Supervision of the Departmen-
tal Votes Accounts, maintenance of
the General Order book and certifying
of all claims.

(.f) Supervision of matters affect-
ing leave, attendance and discipline.

(g) General assistance and advice
to the Chief Secretary.

(h) Any other duties which may
from time to time be assigned to him
by the Chief Secretary.

6. General Information:
The officer will be subject to the
Colonial Regulations, the Windward
Islands Financial & Store Rules, the
local General Orders and Subsidiary
legislation in force from time to time.
Government officials are liable to tax-
ation imposed by local enactments.

Applications containing full partic-
ulars, including qualifications and
experience, of applicant, should be
forwarded to the Chief Secretary,
Windward Islands, Grenada, to reach
him not later than 28th February,
1958.
Ref. A. C. 13/290









.January 30, 1958.] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 35

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 31st December, 1957.

ARTHUR BELL & SON LTD., of 11 to 21 Victoria Street. Perth, Scotland have applied for Registration of
Three Trade Mark consisting of the following:-
1 2

SBELIS BELL'S





1001 SCOTCH WHISKIES
17ke ?u a 4f ODSTILLED BLENDED AND
BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND


DISTILLERS Prl" SCOTLAND
I, ssLe SMSD $OS

S PRODUCT OI SCOTiL*A

'n Class 43, that is to say: Whisky.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for 3 years & 6
months 11 years and 132 years respectively 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 Virgin Islands, Gazette give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigna, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
Cecil 0. Byron,
Regiatrar of Trade Marks.








36 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIILGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 30, 1958.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
TORTOLA, B.V.I., 18th July, 1957.
3rd January 1958.
Esso STANDARD OIL COMPANY of 15 West 51st Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. have applied for Registration of.
two Trade Marks consisting of the following:-


L
L IL



-- -- r- --


in class 2, that is to say: Chemical substances used for agricultural, horticultural, veterinary and sanitary purposes.
(2)


I I


liii III ~III~I~~
I'll I


1Ikif 1 1


in Class 13, that is to say: Metal goods not included in other classes, in particular sprayers, squirt guns and atomizers.-
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Marks in respect of the said goods for six years before
the date of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of th' first appearance of this Advertisement in the Antigua,
Montserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplic,(te at the Trade Marks Office, Tortola, British Virgin
Islands, of opposition to registration of any of the said Trade Marks.
H. Alex Besson,
Registrar of Trade Marks.








..Jannary 30, 1958.] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 37

Notice.


PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by section 37 of the Antigua Constitution and
Elections Ordinance, 1951, as modified and adapted by the Adaptation of Laws (Elections to the House
,of Representatives of the West Indies) Regulations, 1957 (S. R. & 0. 1957 No. 33) and for the pur-
poses of the first general election of members to the House of Representatives of the West Indies and,
'until the Federal Legislature of the West Indies by law otherwise provides for the purposes of any
-subsequent election of members to the said House, I DO HEREBY, with the approval of the Adminis-
trator of the Colony of Antigua, divide the said Colony into the undermentioned nine polling divisions
:allnas the are same bounded and described in the Schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE.
Polling Divisions. Description and Boundaries.

1. Saint John's City All that portion of the City of Saint John
(North) bounded-

North by Dickensonbay Street;
S,)uth by Long Street;
East by East Street and Hyman Road;
West by Saint John's Harbour and including
Rat Island and the causeway.

2. Saint John's City All that portion of the City of Saint John
(South) bounded-

North by Long Street and the Factory Road to
its junction with the Scotts Hill Road;

South and Southwest by the Ottos Road lead-
ing to All Saints to its junction with Market Street
as far as South Street and thence by a line in exten-
sion of South Street westward to the Sea;

East by Scotts Hill Road forming part of the
Western boundary of the Saint John (Rural) South
polling division;

West by Saint John's Harbour.

3. Saint John (Rural) All that portion of the Parish of Saint John
West bounded-

North by Saint John's Harbour and the Sea;
West by the Sea;
South by the Parish boundary of Saint John
with the Parish boundary of Saint Mary.
North East and East by a line in extension of
South Street westwards to the Sea, the Ottos Road
from its junction with Market Street and South
Street as far as its junction (near to the junction
with Camacho's Avenue) with a crossroad (formerly
a barricade road) and thence Southwards along this
crossroad to where it joins the Valley Road from
Saint John and thence Southwards along the Valley
road to where it meets the Parish boundary of Saint
John near to Creekside.

4. Saint John (Rural) All that portion of the Parish of Saint John
South bounded-

North by the Factory Road from its junction
with the Scotts Hill Road to its junction with the
Parish boundary of Saint John West of the Antigua
Sugar Factory;








38 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [Januatry 30,1958..


Polling Divisions.

4. Saint John (Rural)
South-( Cont'd)








5. Saint George and Saint John
(Rural) North


6. Saint Mary


7. Saint Paul



8. Saint Philip and Saint Peter



9. Barbuda




Administrator's Office,
Antigua,
14th January, 1958.
IEef. No. A. 18/60.


Description and Boundaries.

South by the Parish boundary of Saint John;:
East by the Parish boundary of Saint John
including the Village of Sea View Farm;
West and North West by the Scotts Hill Road
to its junction with the Ottos Road and thence in a
westerly direction along the Ottos Road to its juno-
tion with the crossroad (formerly a barricade road)
leading to the Valley Roid and forming part of the
Eastern boundary of the Saint John (Rural) West
polling division.

The Parish of Saint George and all that portion'
of the Parish of Saint John bounded-

North by the Sea;
South by that portion of the Factory Road
forming the northern boundary of the Saint John
(Rural) South and the Saint John's City (South)
polling, divisions;
East by the Parish boundary of Saint John
with the Parish boundary of Saint George excluding
the Village of Sea View Farm;
West in part by the Sea and in part by
Hyman's Road and East Street in the City of Saint
John.

All that portion of the Island of Antigua com-
prising the Parish of Saint Mary.

All that portion of the Island of Antigua
comprising the Parish of Saint Paul excluding the
Village of All Saints.

All those portions of the Parish of Saint Philip
and the Parish of Saint Peter excluding the Village-
of All Saints.

The Island of Barbuda.


HENRY J. ELWIN,
Supervisor of Elections:


Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigun, Leeward Islandp,
by EARL PreorT, Aoting Government Printer.-By Authority.
1958.


[Price 10 cents.




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