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
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's? Antigua
Publication Date: April 6, 1961
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
completely irregular
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 )
Spatial Coverage: Antigua and Barbuda -- Antigua
British Virgin Islands
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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076853
Volume ID: VID00274
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - AHX9420
oclc - 17270322
alephbibnum - 001667609
 Related Items
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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3Published by c/Authorify.


No. 14.


No. 21.

Applijntielut.s, trantIfers. etc., in
thl- plibic Cervici., with -fl'ect from
the doilt stated. are published for
gen-rlI inforimution:--

ARRTNUDLL, J., Appointed Junior
Clerk, Customns Department.
May, 9. 1960
BOWI:iS, D., Peltly Oilicer Class III,
Bo 's Trainining Scliool aippointadI
Acting Prisn Warder Grade III,
Prison. Jan. 1, 1961

BLAIZE, E. J., Superinteind iit of
Police, Leeward Islands licee
Force. appointed Superint-n. ent
Police, Antigua, Mont, &
Virgin Islands Police Fore -.
Jan. I. i94;0
BELL, W. G., Senior Clerk, CIuston
Retir-d Jan. 11, 19l;l

BENJAMIN. Mrs. D., Appointed
Junior Clerk, Post Office.
March 10, 19-58
BENJAMIN, G. W., Junior Clerk,
Onstoms Department, appointed
Senior Clerk Customs Departmenrt.
Jan. 11, 1961
BIRKETT, Miss P., Jnnior Clerk,
Admi-iistration confined to the
Pensionabl.e Establishmient.
Feb. 27. 19.7
CAMACHO. Miss E., Junior Cicrk,
Public Works l)epartm-wn. Con-
firrue to the Pensionible EKrHh-
lishiment. Aug. 19, 1957

CHARITY, Miss E., Junior Cl,-rk,
Administration appointed Acting
Senior Clerk Treasury iDipart!mnift.
Jan. 1, 1961
OAMACHO, Misa E Junior Clerk,
Public Works Department, tr;ans-
ferred Education Department.
Feb. 1, 1961
CHARLES, Miss M., appointed Uncer-
tificated Elementary School T'';acher
Education Department.
Feb. 29, 1960
CHARLES, Miss M., Uncertificated
Elementary Scho(l Teacher, Ed uca-
tion Department, transferr-d as
Junior Clerk, Teachers' Training
College. Feb. 13, 1961

CREQUE, Miss E., Junior Clerk,
Teachers' Training College. Re-
signed Appointment.
Feb. 13, 1961
CHARLES, 0., appointed Ptty Officer
Class III, Audit Department.
Nov. 1, 1960

DAVIS, N. S., Acting Junionr Clerk
Airport appointed juniorr Clerk,
Customs. May 9, 1960

DELFISH, G., Public Health Inspector
I. Central Board of Health aIp-
pointed Senior Public Health
Inspector (Country) Central Board
of Health. Nov. 15, 1960

DAVIS, Mies R., appointed Uncertifi-
cated Elementary clhool Teacher
Education Department.
May 5, 1960
EDWAP DS, V I'uiilic Health Inspec-
tor II, C.'ntral HBaari of Health
appointed Public Health Inspector
I, Central Board of Health.
Nov. 15, 1960
EPHRAIM, Mis E.. Junior Clerk,
A 4iniistratin confirmed to the
pensionable Establi-hmenet.
Jan. 13, 1958
FLEMMING, Miss C., appointed Un-
certificatel Eleni-ntry School
teacher r Education Department.
Oct. 1. 1960
GEORGE, Miss V., appointed Petty
Officer Class IlI. M\l'nal Hospital
Medical DIplartnmelt.
Nov. 7, 1960
HARRIS, A., Petty Olficer Class III,
Labour Department, appointed
Petty Officer Class II. Labour
Dpartll lntl. J.,n. 1. 129;l

HINTE. C., Junior Clerk, Customs
Department, transferred .I nior
Clerk. C,.-tral Housing and Plan-
ning Anthority. Jan. 16, 1961

HIeATIr, Dr. K. 1. M., Medical Otiicer,
A i;,:' l. ppoirtr i Slr .eo, Hol-
berton hospital. Jan. 1. P1961
HALLPIKID, Miss '., appointed Public
Health Nurse, Medical epart innt.
F'e,. 1 96
HENRY, Miss M., Uncertificated Ele-
niuntary School Teache r, Education
Department resigned alpointrmont.
March 1. 1961
HUGHES, C.. Junior Clerk. Peasant
D-velopment Offic", resigned aip-
pointnient. March 23, 1931

JAM"S, A., Fnc-rtificitevd' Tea -hr,
Education Department resigned
appointment. Jan. 1, 1961

JACOBS, B. M., Petty Officer Clais I,
Public Works Department, ap-
pointed Chief Petty Officer. Hol-
berton Hospital. Aug. 23, 1960

JAMEs, R., appointed Junior Clerk,
Audit Department.
Jan. 23, 1961

JARVIS. Miss M., Student Nurse
Holberton Hospital, Medical De-
partment resigned appointment.
Feb. 28, 1961
KEENE, I. C.. Senior Clerk. Treasury,
appointed 'Price Control Inspector,
Admiinistra~on. Nov. 1, 19b0

LAKE, E. H., Senir Sanitary TIsipec-
tor, Central Hio:ird of Health ap-
pointed Chief Health Inspector,
Central Il Feb. 18, 1960
LAKE, Miss V., appointed Uncertifi-
cated Elementary School Teacher,
Education Department.
Sep. 5, 1960
LAMBERT Miss I., appointed Unc rti-
ficated Elementary School Teacher,
Education Department.
Sep. 5, 19;0
LAURENT, Mrs. S., Junior Clerk,
Customs Department, appointed
acting Senior Clerk, Customs I)e-
partment. Jan. 11, 1961

LLEWELLYN, Miss C., Junior (Ci-rk,
Administration confirmed to the
pensionable Establishment.
April 10, 1958
MARTIN, Miss S., appointed Junior
Clerk, Treasury Department.
Jan. 1, 1960
MACK, J., Petty Officer Class III,
Mental Hospital, appointed Petty
Officer Class II, Holberton Hos-
pital. June 1, 1960

MAR'rHWS, C., Junior Clerk, Peas-
ant Development Services, seconded
as Broadcasting Assistirt Adninis-
tration. Feb. 1, 19t61
MATIN Mi.. I, Jlllir Ciark,
Central Housing ati Planning
Authority, appointnmeni t~in inated.
D(c. 19, 1960
MILLWOOD. F., appointed Telephone
Operator, Coolidge Airport.
No\. 21, 1960
MALXWELL. Mis D., appointed Junior
Clrk, Audit Department
Jan. 23. 1961
MAT'rTHErW. .. Petty Officer Class 11,
Customs )epartm-nt, appointed
I etty Officer Class 1, Customs De-
partment. Jan. 1, 19(61
NANTON, C., Petty Officer Class I,
Customs Department, appointed
Coxswain Customs Department.
Jan. 1, 1961
PROCTOR, Mrs. S., Public Health
Nurse, Medical Department, re-
signed appointment.
Feb. 1, 1961

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'PSTAINA, E. 0., Collector of ('Is-
toms, appointed Acting Chiief
Accountant, Treasury.
Feb. 20-March 5, 1961
PARKER, C., Petty Offlicer Class 1ll,
Post 0:::cc, appointed Petty OIicer
Class II. Post Otlic-.
Sep. 12, 1960.
P.ETERS,' ('.. Pett, O1lict-r (Clatss III,
Peasa;!t Di,-vlopmeit Services, re-
signed *tIppointment.
Mirch 1 1 961
iPARKER, I1., Junior Clerk, Cns-
toms Department, appointed acting
Senior _lerk. Cunstms.
Jan. 1, 1961
SPENCER, E., Petty Ollicer Class lII,
Opntral Board of Health appointed
Petty Offioer Class II, Public
Works D)epartment.
Oct. 15, 196()
SCOTLAND, W.. appointed iJunior
C'lrk, Post Office. Feb 23, 1960
STEVE:NS, S., ;apoinlte UCne.--tiii-
c; Elementary School T aclihr,
Educaion l)eparttmer't.
May 1, 1960
SWIFT'. Aliss P., Junior Clerk. Central
rHisigi aiid ?, anPniig Authority
resign d appointment.
.Jil. 16, 19; I
SMALL, .1.. P tl' y Oilict r i~l,-,s lI,
C.-nitrl B;oard of Hli-:ith, rEsigni- d
app)oil)tmi-nt. .LT. 25, i961
SEP'ENC rt, Mrs. E.. Certificated Ele-
menitary Slchool Teacier. Ed ucation
ID part ent re.ignd iippoiintmint.
Foi 21. 196l
SWVEENEY, J.. Petty Ollicer Cl(ais Ill.
PubliCl Works Department ip-
pointed Meter Reader, Electrici:y
Department. Sep. 12, 196(;0
STEVENSON, E., appointed Uncertifi-
cated Elementary School Teacher,
Education Department.
Oct. 3, 1960
SKERRITT, J., appointed Junior
Clerk, Cnstomns DHpartment.
Jan. 1, 1961
THOMAS, Mrs. C., actinll Student
N'irse, Holbertoln Hospital, ap-
pointed Studient Nurts,, Holblrtion
Hospital MaY 11. 1959
THOMAS, iL., appointed Petty Officer
Class III, Customs l)Djpartmt-nt.
May 16, 1960
THOMAS. L., Petty Ollicer Class III,
Customs transferred as Petty
Officer Class III, Post Office.
Oct. 1,1960
WILLIAMS, (.. Customs Guard, Cuis-
tonis I)epart.l t nt a) ointeid Senior
Customs Guar'd, CuRtomns Depart-
ment. Jan. 1, 196!

LIMITEl', of 183-193 EIalstin Hoadi,
London, N.W.I. England have applied
for registration in Antiuna of United
Kingdom I'at',nt No 8196l1 dated
the 22nd day of Ja;nuary, 1958, and

issued on the 30th day (if Drceniber,
19.58, and have liled at the Registrar's
Office at the Court House, St. John's,
Antit;ua. ;a complete copy of the
specifications and the Certificate of
the :;mptrnflor' Go.n'ral of the Tnited
Kingdloim Patent giving full particu-
lars of this patent. which will he open
to pu lilj i ;p ( c:i,, aIt tj( s'::i office
at aiiy limle htbe it'.\ n te holuI s Oif
9.1 i :;.n n ; '.:) p.i.u ,I i(kiing
liay:- xc" ; Si ia s \VIc' 'li" io1rs
v.ill b.' r i 9.00 a.11'. t, I.., no ,n..
Any person may within two months
from the idate of this advertisement
give notice ito th', iegistrar of
ol)pos'tion t, the istls o' a ('ertificate
of r. :istra' in u!p"i :;ny O!' t li
g'Trel( : jirescrili.'l in StCtioi l 0 of
rh: P';,t, nt. Acts. 1'0 03 foir opposition
to tilt '.1r:11:t. of, 0.ct'ter- Patentlt.
D.'.tei tile 19th day of Nuvember,
l q. 1 ,?o trar of '(ul)ntt.
llqisrar'.r U.0.,'. ",
('t trr',t [[ou*e.'
S'. ioh ?'. AItJ t;e. .

AN'TI';A, llhh Marchi 1961.
COMI'ANY ,f Miain aii & Fourth
Sttrrt.. Wi nstili-S I ini State of Caro-
lina,. U.S.A.. Ir ,,.- uplied for lt-gistra-
tim 1" ,i: TrA 'i M)iark consisting of
tht 'lowilng:--

in class 45 in respect of manufactured
tobacco products.
The Applicants claim that they
have used the said Tr:de Mark in
respect of th1 saii ( oods for 47 years
befo-e the date of thi-ir said Applioa
Any person nmny within three
months from the (late of the first
appieariance of this Advertisement in
the Antigqu, Montse'rrat, & Virgin
Islands (azette. give notice in dp)li-
cate ait the Trade Marks Office,
Antigna. of opposition to r-gistration
of the said Trade Mark.
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

ANTIGUA, llth March, 1961.
ter Street, City of Battle Creek, State
of Michigan, U. S. A. have applied
for Regtistration of one Traloh Mark
consisting of the following:--


in class 42 in respect of foods and

ingredients fir
animal feeds and
ready-to-eat cereal

[April 6, 1961
i'o, ls inciitling
their ingredients;
f'oods for humans.

The Applicants claim that they
have not ns'd the said T'rade Mark in
respect of the said goods since May 1,
Aii, p!r--on imny within three
momils from! thli! uatc of the first
appearalim-e of this Advertisement in
the An '0iqf., Mo 'o/.', ;l'gin
lslainds (aqziqle, give notice in tupli-
cate ait the Trade Marks Office, Anti-
gua, Iof opposition to registration of
the said Trade Mark.

A!i. l/'i, titrr of 'Tra-fi Marks.

7th Marnch. 1961.

COMPANY of Main & Fiturhli Streets,
Winstoi-SMalein. Siiae if N(rth Caro-
lina, 1United States of America have
applied fto' lI-gis4ration of one Trade
Mark consistit:g of the following:-


in Class 45 in rlspoct of tobacco
The Applicants claim that they
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods for 47 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 Antigt~a, j lnterrat & Ver-
gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
opposition to Registration of the said
Trade \fark.
A.g. I:egistrar of l'Trdr Marks.

The attention of Masters and
Agents of Vessels are drawn to Trade
and Revenue Ordinance No. 8 of
1900 as amended by section 23,
which reads as follows:-

"When the master or agent of
any' vess,'l ives notice in writing
to the Tr,-tsnror that any goods
landed and under tile control of
the 'Treasuirer ar' subject to any
lieu upon or right to delain the
same until a sum of money is paid,
the Treasurer shall not deliver
such gooals to any person claim
ing delivery as against such master
or agent nIless and util written
permission to deliv r the same is
given by such master or agent; and
tle Treasurer shall not be liable
to any action in respect of the


refusal by him to deliver goods
under the provisions of this

Customs will not be responsible for
any cargo delivered if the above-
mentionjd Ordinance is not complied
Collector oj Customs.


The Government of Antiuna in vites
Tenders for the erection o a house
situated at the New Cedar Grove
Village extension.

1. Tenders are to be presented
at the Administrator's Office,
St. John's before 4.00 p.m on the
24th April 1961 in a sealed enve-
lope marked "Tenders for Gov-
ernment House."

2. Drawings may be obtained
from the Public Works Depart-
ment on the payment of a deposit
of $25.00 which will be refunded
on both the submission of a
bona fide tender, and the return
of all drawings.

.3. The contractor whose tender
may be accepted must be
prepared to enter into a contract
with the Government to execute
and complete all the works
required in the construction of

bnilhlihvs. supplying all materi-
als, labour, plant, tools, and
ir;aispurt in accordance with the
Plan, Specifications and General
Conditions of the Contract and
to the entire satisfaction of the

4. Tenderers are advised that
certain building materials may
be available from the Govern-
ment Stores. a*luty free rates
and that 'endrs should be
based accordingly.
5. Gmovernmn-nt ioi's not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any


Corrugated Asbestos Roof on
timber purlins supported on concrete
block cross wall. Concrete block
external walls and internal partitions
rendered and painted inside and-out.
Store plinth with reinforced concrete
fresh water cistern under house.

Ministry of Public lWorks
and Communications.
24th March, 1961.
Ref, A. 661136.

Tenders are hereby invited for the
erection of poles complete with Cross
Arms, Braces, Pins and Pin Insulators
and Stay Wires where necessary on a

route--N.w Pow(-r Station, Cassada
Gardens, Old Parham Road, Cochranes,
Wiliikie., l..l.g Liy, Freetown, Mill
Reef Club. Th1i uxact route and de-
tails of construction can be inspected
at the office of the Director of Elec-
tricity, St. John's, Antigua.

Tindersu should be in seal'e, envel-
opes marked "Tender for Erection of
Transmission Lines ", addressed to the
Administrative Secretary. Ministry of
Public Works & Communications and
shoiild reach him not, later than
4.00 p.m. on Wedneslday 12th April,

Government does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any Tender.

Ministry of Public Works
and Communications,
Ref. No. A. 31/410


Agricultural Department,

An tlgua.

Month. 1957 1958 1939 1960 1961

To 1st Apr.

3.16 0.92 2 91
2.29 0.58 1.16
o.10 1.22 0.73
0.00 0.00 0.17

3.84 2.16
5.09 2.31
3.18 1.84
0.00 0.00

5.85 2.72 4.97 12.11 6.31

Pointed at the Govrrui'i, 1nt Prititing Officc, Aitihrun, Leeward Islaild-,
by EARL PI'oTT, (iovcrinnitt l'rintcr.-lly Aut'lority.

[Price 9 cents.]

.Xnril 6, 1961]

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