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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
Frequency: weekly
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 Subjects
Subject: Law -- Periodicals -- Antigua and Barbuda   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- Montserrat   ( lcsh )
Law -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( 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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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. 13 of 1958: Proclamation dated March 8, 1958, bringing into operation the Factories Ordinance, 1958
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    Montserrat, Statutory Rules and Orders, no. 12 of 1958: Proclamation dated February 25, 1959, bringing into operation the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, 1957 (No. 5/1957)
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: ANIG EOIT PERAT

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VOL I. TH DAY. l A H, \ No. 13.


FORM NO. II. S / action 54 (2).

Notification of Electri,


T AKl; NOTICE that a poll will be taken for the election i' two members for the Colony
to serve in the Hlouse of Ltepresentatives of the \West ndies.
lThe poll will be opened on the 25th day of Marchl. I I a the hour of seven o'clock in
the forenoon andl kept open till the hour of six in the afternoo(i in the following poliiing' stations
established in the Colony, that is to say:-

Polling Stations:

1. For the polling, division ot St. John's City (Nortii) --
(i) The Government Elementary School, the Point.
(ii) The St. .lohii's Infant School. Elliot's .;ae. St. J.ohn.
(iii) The Court House, Long Street, St. Joliii.
2. For the polling division of St. John's City (South)--
(i) The Convent Iigh School, High Street, St. John.
(ii) The Handicraft Workshop, T;-'lIillie Street, St. John.
(iii) The Government Elementary School, Otto.'
3. For the polling division of Saint Joln (Rural) \Wet -
(i) The Building at the West Bus Station.
(ii) The (-overnment Elementary School, Five is lands.
(iii) The Government Elementary School, Gre:'niav.
4. For the polling division of Saint John (lIural) So,'tih-
(i) The Government Elementary School, Pot~i'rs.
(ii) Building at Ottos owned )b Mr. John I. Martin.
(iii) The Government Elementary School, Bendals.
(iv) The (Christian Mission Church, Buckleys.
(v) The Government Elementary School, Sea View Farm.
(vi) The Government Elementary School, All Saints.
5. For the polling division of Saint G:;orge and Saint -.ohn (Rural) North-
(i) The Prineoss Marg-aret Scholol, Dickensonmay Street.
(ii) The Governnment Elementary School, New Winthorpes.
(iii) The Anglican Schoolroom, St. Johnston's Village.
(iv) 'I lie Saint Alark's Govern 11i-t Elenentiary School, Pigotts.
(v) The St. James' Gov.ernment Elementary School, Cedar Grove.




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60 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSER 'RAT AND VIf GIN ISLANDS GAZE'TTI. [Miarch 1:, 195S.
6. For the polling division o' Saint \lary-
(i) The (Governtent ElIeenllry School, Cedar Hall.
(ii) 1'he Government Elementary School, Bolans.
(iii) The Government EI 'neiiary School, *Johnsons' Point.
(iv) The Government Infant School, IUrlings.
(v) '. Government Elehmentary School, Old Itoad.
(vi) The Goverinment lelmenlary School, Sawcolts.
7. For the polling division of Saint P'aui:-
(i) The governmentt Ehleniintary School, Swetes.
(ii) Sportsman's Angle, Liherta.
(iii) Th''e ovcrnment Elemenitary School, Bethesda.
(iv) 'TI'he (Gov'lllernnt Elt'mentary School, 'obbs Cross.
8. For the poii di -,ion of Saint Philip and Saint Peter--
(i) The TI'rile: niin liall, Freemanms Villace.
(ii) I .oi wri ent Elementary Schicoi, P'arhanm.
(iii) The Dtoctor' Dispensary, Carty 11ill.

(iv) :; l( GvernIwnt Elemlentary School, Willikies.
(v) Tli I;, ihoenii-wnt il'linentar Schlol, Newfield.
(vi) 'Th'e G overn enlt Elemenetary School, IFrctown.
9. For the poling division of Bauinda-
The o\v-"i!ont junior Sciool. (odrimn'on Village, Baruiida.
The Ca.ndidlates >or idw said election are as faoilovs:-
Candidates:-
Bradley Theodore Ci, c.,
John Rowan Henry,
Novele Hamiton RicLards.
The number of votes given to the several candidates will I1W counted on tie '-i.r.h day of
March, 195S, at 7 o'clock in the evening at thi following places:---
1. The C-ourt i house, l ong Street.
2. The (onveI t fligh School, Eii;h Street.
3. The Govrn ~nont I'enfary Sclo'li, Greenliay.
4. The G(overnment Elementary S.hool, All Saints.
5. The P'rincess Man.rgaiet Scb5hol, DickeInso(u y Street.
6. The (Governwiint Elelintam'y Scilo.l, liolans.
7. The (over'inient hleii'm :litry School, S\Ietes.
TI' Goverlmnint ElIinntary School, Uairham.
9. The f government .uior SIIchol CodriniIcon Village Barbuda.
of which all persons are hereby required to takhi notice mad -over'n t' e Iselves :i i' rI.iily.
Dated this 3rd 1 ... of 3,1arch. 19f8.
A.. E. WX ,Tra. ms.

Adi ninisi rator's (t '-irc.
Antigia.
-Ith March, 1958.
I',f. No. A, 18/,oi.








24.d'c1 1:1 1950j


THEf. A3(4 A, M 'SFI"AT AND; ViIRGIN 1. ilANI S f~J ; I


JN(4ices.

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for 444'Y pen'4''44 1 4 v44.4
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is an ox ner-
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(a) n: ill a d i.,ori 4 .i4 m' ., -' .
with int i to 1 i n i t i (Ierani'lac-
tion of tih- husii -- o a puI li4 c
mll i ni cll fI, t;i pur Ol)-se of
'"14!i nglO th "ii'' f 'lil ill t ;1 (' ,di -
dia,4 ', ;i i, nll i)- r o ,e'rve i1n li,
[H4o.is of 11 'msntives oK Q T(he
W e.,. in S s: or
(') illcl',. cooDii l'4 44 ( '> -ic I4i
',iii o'theri- to acti in a disii,, rly
nll n;ill r' '\il inllle to p'. i vi' t th'
4irl s.tio 4 o'.4, f 1 l.-P 1 uL sino f4 of 1t
public 'n 'etii ng,' c:nlict for t14 'i ur-
po,'', of prioloti f4 tlhe- lection ''it a
anldidatl as a member to sert i' n
th,, stiId l iousp.
An t f' nce unur ita; n ',,* is
,pu isit l, 1 (suinmaril( 4), a fine of,
X 100 and the offender is. disquAtlied
for 4, period of five ear' h t'iol dat' p
of c nt'o v!, tion from h'inei" l'r-v. .s r-l
as a vott, or voting 1t4 auny election.
In l th : :, ;( o ol n ol,'vcp unhde,'r (b)
n o, v lih is tri ;ll o(M inidici(n I-lt.
thl" i 'lf l.d ',r on con' vic'tion' is ]ial.ii, to
ilimri(i)n1nnt for two ; ars uaid is
,silihnul diwi[!ialififd.
Henry J. Elwin,


't. ,olni's,
4- / 'i4'U '.

.1t ( ,' l'' r4't ril, 1 ,<4 ) .
F>, 'f. N -. A i: I;'.

It is 1hereby n,,tifidl for gen'rral
infornialio n that His Excellency tilhe
Governor 11as issued a ('ou1imissioni to
Mr. ). E. KELSICK, D.F.C., api.oint-
ing him to lbe his Deputy f.or tilhe
period of His Excellency's visit to
Grenada from, the 10th to the 13th
March, 1)58.
Chi'l S4!c 'l'er'i', C.l"' ,
AnItigua.
10th .1 rch, 1958.
Ref. No. i1So((159.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that with ifl'fect from the 20th
February, 195)8 all restrictions are
remitov'd on the import' of Sterling
notes into th,1 United Kingdom-.

1]Ex)1(r of notes from4 the United
Kingdom is still restricted to 10.
Administrator's Offi: '.
Antigua.
4th March, 13'.'.4 .
.et. A. C. 24A/13.


W i' h ref' rence in thi- n tite' ;ippea:r-
ing in t ,it (i az 4I (l iof l. in i J i ln;ury,
19;)8, it is !,otif(: i ,,.1, lr n: inter'-
mation that in nccordti anc wi:h 1ith
p rov i'i,,ii. i' Sf, t1 io l6 1i' 1 F;;ari urin
and T .a;i. n s i t. A1 3 ,1 ]' 11
M r. i. l I kas l. i< ] ;in, point,-. l Har-
.boulr i'is, 4 A l;ll' *, illlIi t i fl'ro1
the 6th MA;rch, 1I',.

A dm i. i /i ,: o*! ii ( ),,'.: .,

ilh M ni, it. .ti 4 I.
Jil. A. iE. i 4.


It ,i ritlied l f 4r 4'44(-r4 l in !'(4 ':' i-
tion tlha, 'nr('11ient )uplen i.t e 'mant
'of leavt to Mr. F Ii. ANFi, O.B.E.,
( i .. of the Anti;nia Public tsr-
vice CoMnMuission, the following acting
appointme'nts have been minad1:-

lMr. G. G. A[('nNl.l:; CKI-Acting
Cha'.irmanl

Mr. H. D. C. Moo'lt!-Actillg
Memnl'pr (in placo of Mr. G. G.
AuHT! INI,.EKF1.

2. Thin.-l, appjoilitments rill 1w.
Il'ectlive iii ; lL;' i he p<-riod frill ti
111th Mi 4: Ih the lthi Ma.i y. 1V ', '


A dai i, tralor'1, O e,
A i M I i g' t .
P,.f. Nu A. C. 1:C. :23:.


Election Notice,
'Ihe Adlmtinistirator of Alntig4Nua has
been p]'he<':>'rt ii l s ''L in :',i (I) of
the Antigua ('i,,otitution and 4 'lee-
tions Ordiin;tce. 1 9,57. :is adlaptd and
mnoditied 1'er the lirU, os' of 'Htcioi ,si

the Weest Iniies. to appoint the
undernilioed per.-oi ns as dputly
returning .l I . lor the respective
pollil di\isii ns iher4 id4 4r ill con-
nlle'tion with thie e'4ct1ion ef two
memflt) is 4 the Colony to ferve in
the said House:-

1. Earle Pestaina St. John's City
(North)

2. Clarence Edwards St. John's City
(South)

3. Hubert Henry St. John (Rur4al)
West

4. Clarence Simon St. John (Rural)
South

5. Rawdon Edwards St. Paul

6. Oscar M. Bird St. Mary

7. James H. Carrott St. Philip &
St. Peter

8. C. M. O'Mard St. George- &
St. John (1ural) North

9. Joshua H. Joseph Barhbuna.

Admin in tralor's Ofiri',
't. .],,l, n.
5th Marih, 1 15.8.
Ref. No. A. I '/0;I.


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.1 4' )., 47 44.tt7.


No. 6 of' 1;1,o8,
Regisail uiou A ct,
Ordinanc". 15M7' "
jnif. No. 17 t; 7.


Toh4e Tlitl 1i
4 Amennimeini2
Man' 5, 1958


No. 12 of 19.5S, 'Th Ticket Dity
Ordinance. 1957 ". Mar. 5, 195S
Ref. No. 47s00509.

Virgin Islands.

No. 1 of 1958, "The Cruikshank
Gratuity Ordinance, 1958."
Mfar. 5, 195S
Rof. No. 4T7/no054

No. 2 of 1is. '['ite Virgin llaii.nds
Constiintion ;nldt Ehlections (Aiendil.-
ment) Ordinance, 1'.58 ''.
Mar. 5, 1958
Ref. No. 47/00314.

No. S 'f i'.'S. Th'e L]4n\-v a4ni
MoPlital 'Tr'altl; ent Ordinal 9',, 1c. S."
Mar.. 17, 5
Ref. No. 70()1.9,








TH A T N LIGUA, SON EI}AT A\X 1) Ii'GIN 18EAS XIDS GAL ZT IET11. [ach 1


'Th followii!A,' Itatutory HIo!,si ad.idl
.Oni Pv;1 are circi'.u:tted witli tlhis u(n'z -t '
and form .art' lthereof:-

A ...' .,i..
No. 1i of 1Jt5, Proclaimait.io
iatt it io i 8, 1 '. hbring'ing into
.'n tii, the '';'.tories Ordinui;nce,
j '" 1 pp. i 1 :

Monft/ se.r'ra:l.
io. 12 of ": 'Pro, un~ i ioni
n];ie l!i'-ua 5ry :2'.1 ; i A r.- .alug
into operniton the Workin-n's (Coi-
pj':nsation OrdiinaneI;, 10i7 (No.
.5/197)." 1 pp. 'w; iw co.


'k a.. INDIES Ck.AZ..i

LIST o Ga/.it-s ;and sil.> S uppli-
ntls 1."i i 'd fo r sale a' h' (ioV-
ermleiwnr t i n' tin. ()lti;(e, AnHit ii, aro'
appended 'helo\:- -

( 'i (i :. :te N o I io _'- V, i. i,
1i>58. I':'/0 ,' 18 ," /s.

LECI (L J' i"PLIMENTAS.

(it) No. I of 19"'i ". 1 ', \p oii t-
aiiwn ls iln the Il he Srhervic- 'l)b,vh -;
tion) R '-.:ilation, !..'. -. and

No. 2 uf I' l'r, 1Proclamiation irinig-
i,,'n codti:; provisions of th '"onstil u-
;ion into fore '." S''ri 8 '*fis.

(,'c) lBritinh Caribh'ai Ji,'d F .'e rliion
xct. I'%5 with 'iTh WIv'i Inii ,s
i I'ed ration) 0l 'd r in iCont. ci, 1' t7,
indI the Constitution of 'lie W st
indies." Price 80 cvnts.
(d) Part I-'" The Intwrpr,-tation
Regulations, ii58." o"tr1 SO Jn is.

(i,) !'art 1T-- i:;r oryv Instu-
ne+i!il No. 3 of 1958 lont

"~t.ut 1tor 1['1 it No. 4 of
1l .'.." ;/; ;'ic 9 <*,*its


Likely vacancies for Junior Admiaistra-
tive Staff in the Federal : L'-ii%)s' unt

\p .i. ,i,.,-' O ,reinvited ior appo(int-
inent to posts of Assistant Secretary
1Sal ary scale ?$6.480 x 1'1 '-6 ,440 per
tlinUu.) :;ti .Aidtministrative A.sistant
(Salary ..:,; $ i ', **x 2 -402 12.. 0 p|-r
auinu7u) on the Fsderal Eatablishmient
whicii a.' likely to become available
fromn or :t' r Apjil, -

2. Thi- condition of appiitoi nient
apart from that of salary given above
ari as folows:--

(I f!-..,, pa.iqsages 1)y the (*iio i't)est
ild moqt direct ronut tio Trini-
da i and, if not subsequently
perm;eaontly transferred to the
Federal Civil Service. back to
the territory from which re-
d"ui,'od for himself, hi4 wifo
am! his children who a:', under
0i age of 1_8 iwars aii \,hio are
dei. >i-nmt upon himn, nup to a
iuximium of Oive perisois in all;


cb iii ii o t 'lij(' Ic' tia
i~i i~i to ot ;1I1 I iaeII ti) :jii I .l'it-
a r I e 'Olad ci 0 ii t, of' fc Ii)n


and C' I ii i 11ho1o h' it is ( o e



Cd) joat I 4 cubiclt fet' ttii toti 0
ta' iuiit ofc hacktol ith ciperri








ceo lt. lit salary; ifi basic:. heavy
ilitrit r' is whro'ichI, Z ruittal
o iv ior Ct ie t. yr au'itim (of
the aeie would he' chnatrgedr for
th !~le i--,)S( of ,I or por ing .ar h







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( ;) 'o'atiiii~or 1 l iii N i i 'ci reo f 4ite


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officudr hi utsePlf tiyno
Otttiltii lt spvch ;rang lilt l~ttc


















eo".etyioti of Federal ofensions
lcou orsalary if basic,. Iteavyo















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furnittur e A provided, (If/i




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i ,a oatIT n. 1Wv it ijof of 4t5
KOcllrin worthl W providodis














tur n oiil nuitiic siiE 'ito t .1 yIm
in i' 48 t but tw o t an
mci oed i (xi citaio orki.oro

Thero'm Is crtt Iuris sth

good ithe i''lohin 'it Would Itoto

iespect iatre 1)v Ittlt, p Iyat t of

h"daeumti -I ApI wille K l


Any p.rsoln I.iLy within three-
llo.niths from tlhe dait of the first
:!ip Iran.t oi f hiis Advr-iti.i i lent in
1 i,,ti,!rd /sJil'/lI.s (<;zCL'e i'ive
inotlic in dplicaitOe at the T'rale
-ilA i-!s Oilie(ti. Antigua, of opposition
o r. rg-Ainof i esai Truai' .\]aik.

EVAN CREIQUE.
aI;/. '/'f/gtii'(trr ef Trade M.arks.


TADE MARK S' OFFICE,
I'oRTOLA,
I.i IT:si VIRGIN ISLANDS
.' 1 1, F(brutiry, Is,)^.

PIN-IUP' COLD PiERM-WAVE.
L1MITED1I;, of 449, London RIadl.
islewot' h. 'dlesex, Enghland, has
applied for lI,-;isasi! tiol of Oil TI'radi
Mrki,: consistinL,; of the following:-

RAYVE
in5 Cheass 48, 1'erfumiery includingg
touil-t ari l ti props tp artions fo(r tle
i ,' t]n. l iir UIp ;ud rl'nim i :;.p.>
'he A pplicaits cli iii tha l 1 ..ni
Tr'l'ih Mak(, .k ini respect olf ih- s:ii(t
<;'odtis has in t t iee, in iuso iii tIh
Virgini slinis -before the datv of
thnr said A qppliOlion,

Any pi n im;ty within thie
miin thls: ; f'r'ol tlnv date oi' tih' ht st
;i. oara i' si, a Antitium, Moit i'ii. t and Ki iji
it:ui ,s (i;z'i :,i Rl ive notice in t dui i-


opposition to re.gisratioin o the sAid
Trade ",i I .
II. ALEX 1 i -.
Ilei.istrar of I'r'de Ji.r'ks.


TI). attention )'f th, i tniral tipul ) lic;
i;1: a F ;;>. : t he Bl ,i oll l 'ti on -ldi-
i;in No. 7 ,of 1 t' pl irtticil-r'ly to
paragraph 4 (1) which stati- It shll
i'nsot i, I,iwful for any plc'Prsoin to:-

(a) di.! take or carry away. or aidi
)i':!>-ist in (ii_'n' taking or ca;rry-
:. ;n;way for *)i litin )r or constru,;-
;i n pun'rp[ '- or for tlhu purposg- of
pr).iiin ia;h a.;i for \ '-s'ls awn
s:-.;. ,l. stoi , hingi;lI.? gr uavel ifro t
-m !r I ;! Cr'W rily; (Q'
:1, convey or miove for l1w ilding
or, constructiont purpose or for the
i o];spo s of providing ballast for -gs-
*i. any suclh sandt, stoie, shingle
Lr:ve.'l ;l(mong any public road; .x-
c"qt ni"derktind in a-Ciordacc wi ;itha
'.vrit l-i per5nit, f'rom th- Colonial
in,,r or .an authorised officer
i.)t sul)jct to such tr'rmns and co.i-
Sitioniis as are tltfrein stipulated."

2. Hy virtue, ol' tit,, powers con-
[f'i'rd , Pbovc, < h'Ordiianc<. I lherl>y appoint th poli(-e o'i'.-r I'or ih1, tin'o being in
ch-arg- of ,vry police i-mion otherr
than 14." i''ri. N o ,s.i h 0n) in Lthe
Colony,, ( &; ain auithl<'i.',, W efi er in
"'spi qi4 orh r i il iW which ithe
P1i0n H40'9i1n si- 'tu'd Ayi'r th: yu p!r-









Ak 'el 13, !958q. T~i 1 f A&IU[A, AWNT rU K-'AT A X1) V110 iI N I SLA N D4 QArZETTE.


pose ilf issuing perminii ihp th renmval 1
of ;ill(d Sitone, S' i .' r ve'; l V oI ll
any eachli in the district afiloresid.
PiFrmit-s in respect of thl 'riii of
Saili J.,hn \vll be is ''i|l by 111 at.
tih l'iiulii \WV ls DeJpamtienit, Saint
Jolhl.

3. .Any pe'rs .n reunit:ing slanld etc
fro" ;iv any l-:' othtir thlian in the
Pari'shl oIt S;ainl .Joln ihoIlit apply to
th Pl I'oli,> S( i,! oi ,,ni' o h- districtt for a
per iit.

4. .Until foiiri-r notic- tie follow-
ing beaches ar -el. I fir he removal
of anlly an, stone. lshin.i or gravel:-

Fort Jam:in s to Sinl l ri;vien

S nil H iv'n to Cireijii.so(n .'ioiii

13illast Bay

side Hill 1lay

Picirts fly (Dad Sa,.ls)

South aE:teri half

ialf .Mo)on Bay3

Long Bay.

II. G. AR,MYTAGFR,



TRAFFIC NOTICE.

The A ntigua Vehicles and Road
Tr., :; Ordi:nance

N . 5 1F 1 u1i.

By virtue i f t ilp ,- |i, -r conferred
upon nw by '' W c 2tin .! the Antigna
Vehicles -l aild irad Tri.lic Ordiniince
No. 5 of 1946, I hl!Y-,i announce
that until fourth r noti'- I!)he i l, -
up time for vehicles ihlidll be from
).:30 p.1m. to '5.3:) 0 .i.

Dated this 2:1th I ty o!' Febriuiiry,
1958.
II. 0. SEWVARD,
T'I'riic Con(/ missiownr.
Rer No. 3;;/'W, .


A\. i picit i,,il :!r invitl- of 'Finriicial Scretary, l)oinicii.

Salary:

ThV" sOli"y of th- 1-4st, \vhiich is
p nsiolal)Je, is in the sc 'll, ,.020 x
I..'i _' t per ; ali u ii, pl l .'I I
pay addition, plus .$'24" p.a. as 'hair-
man, .iicoine 'Tax C unimW oirs,
$36l) p.a. as U'nrrency (0., and
'5172.S0 p. a. as Naval lp rtii;, ()li-
or. 'ThI! al)ppointli nt i'r;'ies it it
liability to transfer to iany p- t of
equivalnt status Wind ivaird 1 l.d- I


ittic'd tip, l x 1wl an'-:-






andi Taation:
Sii;I o i i t ies ofll


(iat ) t be r Ioe ,pornsile for ll icela r
:ainro c:di, cl Inloln. C'l;tonl


iAri il ual Loan ithi .a



c to pi-' : ':rni any oliT i r (utyc r


ted. The h:older of lthiepost
is an \-iimein M OiflebIr of
ti! oh:- xiiive Co'iu cil iand
(t' ill'ni l I \ lic; ll tax


Ali r' iLr :I I u l i) l, t tii
i ") t ix i Cnr ani il and du
i,'a t -iiii ,ied .i Maii xler f tlia

apon nli l Nfid eller ofio
o-.- E ow.u ivnw ( 'iiun il and

QiOalifications:

,Olliei r ii:- t ,.I (i c lii *t-nt to
ani i i on ,ill asp- cts of i-nu icial policy.
He Po ust )f capaltih oilf T'xr-cising finacn-
cial control iovr Illh. i rlanihes of d Gov-
er :n"illit it '-V ii, a i d i f! 2 :xpendillure.
Pre'fere(,nce will i6e giv;-n to t candi-
dati who las sirvrd- s.-veri yi -tarsin a
s nior pi .t, ill t:i-. I'lildic S ril vit'e pre-l
feraily, in a A!in dii i .l capacity.

Further particu-tlars regarding the
appointment may be obtained from
thle C(hi-if Sr'-try, Windvward Is-
lands. (rit-nada. to whom atp|olications
shout bI addr.s,.' I') r.'iachl hii not
later than Th- 3 !i t tMarcl. 1 '5S.

CONDITION OF SERVICE.

Post of Principal, Fisheries Training School
St. Lucia, a... .- West Indies.


Appointment:

The post is lon-pensiomable ,ialnd
will Ilie for a perioki of 21, e\ars incin-
sive of t!h- l -ri of' tho v&yag"s to
and froin Slt. iLucia, and (iof earned
li-a e. It will be subject to thpe
Colonial otr, itnLiiiS and (o the local
'f l ierl Ordi'-rs' ii lorce f(or tihe tile.
in.' g, iJ fo f';'r asi tlhey are applicable.
Duties:

Th- tra iini gof s i''.'-t l,. ti-A her-
t ,'n 'o i;i il'. i. ','i& ioin iii 'ag' ,
fit' aid. mai iite,.in. and stn \icing( ofI
"'ulgitteS. boat but iiil :it"and hlia repairs,
practical insritctlion and co .. -nrcial
!ishsiiy, use 'if it en ye;' *


if, will also Ib' ij alliedd to under-
take- s hli other d(tie is Ias ay frolt
;iin, to ti-ln' lhe imposed, onl him by
tie laws of ihel C(,lony or byl direction
of the Oficer iA mIinistering the (ov-
emin l-nt.

Qualifications:
TlI oflioer itust i- anxive (notovor
Iniiddle a-) iltling to be closely
as,:iiatid x\ ii' I o al s- detail ts and
s"fliici-ntly ;lt;lihtdI to 'ie i ysa and to
tisling! to I), ( thii isi;litic over spenid-
inig days at s-ai in at smiiall (40 ft.) boat
witl the studl'llts.

Salary:
Thli sa :ilir'v < I I', posf is at the rate
ol -j '1.400 p.a. (-i6,7 ** I. W. I. cur-


Allowances:
TIvnilliig and sulbistence allow-
anceOs are' pal ;iAl i illn neordalice with
!oic: regtilalitns in Irspect of
approv.di trai"I nt dullly.

Quarters:
Qiuarltels will iie pr(i\'ided at a rental
ouial to 10' ( th4 oli-ver': salary or
5;"t oi a:sess,'-d vain-, \\ lichei ver is i lss.

(, 72)0.0())). H1-i'vy tiuriiiture can be,
provided ( y v()voii lt if required
at a r n'ii l ( .i ti vail' .


FrI' first c!:>-bs i,,s:gos ari provided
(I! first :appoi'll'o l f'o-r thle ll :ei.r, lhis
'.vil'e and chlildri'n not exc-eding 5
pn'rsons in all: chilren tol be inder 18
yi.".'r' ofaa) e,u- m i1 in rri'i<'d and depenitdent
ilon tlt officer.

Leave:
vacationn ,- will be granti'd at
the rate of onr week for each conm-
plet'-l period of tliret I ontilis resident
ser ice.

General Information:
(.in 'terin' tit Otlicia] are liable to
tax;aio] imposed by local elactiitli.

Apl)licattions iviix i fi ll particillar't
of applicant. iild accome paii.(id by two(
te.stimlonials, should aidl'dre-;' d to
thli I'liept' Sretary, WVi indl var
Isl-ulils, ilnl nlot atter tli.- n O 1 llte i.st
1 :' ,-
RM f . No '. 1:32!)0.

T:' \I;-'ALL FIGURES
Agricultu-ral Department,
Antigua


ToA Mli ar


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2 ,1G III 3, liii '02
Q -i N 1 '23 2,2i9
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I'l TtEn ANT6AMO\TS Ell'i;, A Vl; ..LANDS... '

Police Notice.

ONE-WAY TRAFFIC SCHEME.


1. \Wiith (l' from 000 hours on 21nd April, i Athe following one-way traffic shclr w' il
introduced in the city of St. John's. Antigua.
2. On the following roads and within the limits specified vehicles shall be driven only as i*ndicted:-
A. In a northerly direction only--
1. Kentiih Village road between Joseph's L nie and No. 1 New Str, er.
2. Market Street between No. 1 New Street and Newgate Street.
3. Comminii.,oner's Alley bet ,veen Redlill,.1 Street aland Saint Ma1ry's ,ireet,
-4. Hughies Alley between St. .Marvy's Street and Hiilg Street.
B. In a southerly direction only-
.. Corn Alley between Newrgte Street anld No. 1 New Street.

2. Thames Strect between Newgate Street and L, .1 il Street.
3. Ottos Road between No. 1 New Srreet and Joseph's Lane.
C. In a westerly direction only
No. 1 New Street between Corn Alleyv nod Market Street.
3. No vehicles shall be parked on any of tile following roads:-
a Kentish Village road between the entrance to the King George Memorial Station and No. 1
New Street.
h Market Street between No. 1 New Street and Newgate Street.
c No. 1 New Street between Corn Alley and il'rl,- t Street.
d Commissioner's Alley.
c Hughes Alley.
f Corn Alley
9 Thames Street.
h Ottos Road between No. 1 New Street and Rodney Street.
4. These regulations are made under Section 78 (1) of the Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordilnance
No. 5 of 1946.
5. The Scheme is being introduced with the object of improving circulation in St. John's for the
public a, a whole. The co-operation of all sections of the Community is requested.

H. G. SEWARD,
7Traffic Commissioner.
7th March, 1958.
Ref. No. 36/)0000.










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1958.
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ANTIGUA.


SFA !OhlY UL[lES AN.I ty"A )IK!;S.

1958, No. 13. 24 APR 1959 7-


SR )CLAMATION DA\TEDI MArCH 8, i :lo, BINt I N -Nr1,
TI(ON THIE ],AC'I'ORIEI ( )lI)lN'.\NrCE'. 1 9 .



liY TH E !;(>VI', (I;.

A PROCLAMATION

A LUC I.OVEIi.A'CE.
-I dcMif'lstraitort'.
WH-EREAS tiy section 44 (1) of the Fiactorie- Or llltrltt.. 19)57
(No. 12 of 1957) it is provid-d that thi said Ordinaic.- shall come into
opeirtion on a datt tio i- appointed by- the Govrnor i)b IProcl:,t:i tion
published in the Gaztlfte.
NOW, THEREFO RE, A .LE LOVELACE, a Member of tlit Mo-t
Excellent Order of the British Empire. Ailminisntrator of te C('olonvy f
Antigua, do by this my Proclamation declare that tlh- said Ordinanutce
shall come into opt-ration on the 17th day of March. 1957.
AND all Her Majesty's loving subjects in the Colony of Antiin:ua
and all others whom it may ,concern are her-eby required to take duel
notice hereof and to uiv- their rt-ady oh--dience accordingly.

GIVEN at the Ad0'tiftiirtor' ()/}ice, Atie ima, this
8th day of \1 r 1, :I'. ] in tle seventh \ear of lHt r
Majesty's reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN










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M ONTSERRAT.



STATVTORY INFLKS AN) ()lP S. /

1958, No. 12. 24 AP 1959 I



PROCLAMATION I)ATIED FEIRU/ HY 2.I, 119. it rr
OPERATION THE VO()li' MEN'S ( '(M PENSATI N "'
1957 (No. 5/1957).



BY THE GOVE 1EIN()II.

A PROCLAMATION.

A. F. DA).WKNS.
I (nnl'ls/ tialr.

WHIEREA\S by s-clion 53 of the! Workmn's < 'onilesati io Unli-
niaice, 1957 (No. 5/1957) it is provided that he siidL Ordinamnce shall
COllie into opprati", on a dail to l) ;iloin li- by tli Governll' b
procelamiattion pulbhislmd in the (laz.tte.
NOW, THEIi EFO()E, I. AP.THUi FRANCis DAWVKINS. Adlmin'i-
trator of the Cldony ,f \Monrserrat, do hy this my p>rclamatioti d- cialre
that hli sail Orditinu e, shall It dieemniod to lha i'oine into ,fl'-ct on ti'
1st day of July. 1957.
AND al lh-r M i '-ty's Oilri.- a dl lovinli sujtl ects in the (' .., x
of Montserrait and ;iil o' hers wholli it lnay con r'ii I't herely re-iq d
to take due notice herotf tnl give their ready ohdlioince accordi; ;ly.
GIVEN at tht Admnistirafor' O(ffice. Alton/,'rrotf. lth
25th day of February, 1 '..Y.' in toh, sOev.nth .lt;r ,f
Her Majesty's reiin.
GOD SAVE T'IE QUEEN !








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