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Group Title: Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette.
Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
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Title: The Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands gazette
Physical Description: 12 v. : ; 25-35 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Antigua
Montserrat
British Virgin Islands
Publisher: Govt. Printer.
Place of Publication: St. John's?, Antigua
Publication Date: December 7, 1961
Frequency: weekly (irregular)
weekly
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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 )
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Politics and government -- Periodicals -- British Virgin Islands   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Antigua and Barbuda -- Antigua
Montserrat
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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
Succeeded by: Antigua official gazette
Succeeded by: Montserrat official gazette
Succeeded by: Virgin Islands official gazette

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ANTIGUA, MONTSE

AND

VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZE'

published by authority.

VOL. VI. THURSDAY, 7Ta DECEMBER, 1961.


Notioes.


The Administrator in Council under
the provisions of the Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance. 1946 as
amended, has been pl-ased to appoint
MR. NORRIS MENDES as a member of
the Antigua Transport Board in place
of MR. DALMAR DEW.

Administrator's Office,
S't. Jonin's,
Antigua.
2nd Dee ember, 1961.
Ref. No. A. 78/35.

It is notified for general infor-
mation that Mr. G. AUCHINLECK has
resigned from membership of the
Antigua Public Service Commission
for medical reasons.

Antigua Administration,
4th December, 1961.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. COSMOs O. R. PHILLIPS
has bIen an iinted tn uto t a n MemVmor


of the Antigua Public Si
mission with effect fr
December, 1961, to the 5
1963.

Antiqfua Administrati'
4th Decembner, 1961.

NOTICE TO SUBS

Antigua, Montserrat & Vi
C.azett


Aid to Pioneer Industries.

In pursuance of the reguiri,-ents
of section 3(2)(o) of tih, Aid ti, Pioneer
Industries Oidmance, 1950 (No. 9 of
1950) it is Ivr1eby notified for general
information that the Admiinistratorin
Council proposes to make the under-
mentioned Order under section 3(1) of
the said Ordinance.

2. Any person who objects to the
makinii of such Ord-r shall give notice
in wi itiii of his Iobjection and of the
grounds on which he relies in support
thereof to the Clerk of the Executive
Council on or before the 6th day of
January, 1962.
Clerk, EreI.cutive Council.

Ord lr madle liy the Administrator
in Council undt r section 3(1) of
the Aid to Pioneer Industries Or-
dinai.ce, 1950 (No. 9 of 1950).
[Gazetted ]
1. SHORT TITLE. This Order
may be cited as the Aid to Pioneer
Industries (Manufacture of Fibre
Glass Boats, Plastics and Neon Gas
filled Sign) Order, 1962.


service Comn- 2. MANUFACTURE OF FIBRE GLASS
om the ist BOATS AND CHAIRS, PLASTICS AND
th January, GAS FILLED SIGNS DECLARED PIo-
NEER INDUSTRY. The manufacture
of fibre glass boats, chairs and plastic
on articles and neon and other gas filled
n' signs is hereby declared to be a pioneer
industry for the purposes of the Aid
to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1950
ORIBERS. (No. 9 of 1950) and the following
products are hereby declared to be
rgin Islands pioneer products for the said pur-
poses-


Subscription to "The Antigua,
Montserrat & Virgin Islands Gazette"
expires on 31st Deoember, 1961.
Subscriptions are p a yabl e in
advance.

Annual rates are:-
$24.00 per annum Within West
Indies Federation.
$26.00 ,, ,, Outside West
Indies Federation.
All amounts should be made pay-
able to:-

THE SUPERINTENDENT,
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, W. I.


Fibre glass boats and chairs
Plastic articles and
Neon and other gas filled
electric signs.
Made by the Administrator in
Council this day of 1962.
Clerk of the Council.

It is notified for general informa-
tion, that merchants, contractors and
other persons having claims against
the Government should submit their
claims to the department concerned
not later than the 15th day December
1961, in order that payments may be
made at the Treasury by 23rd Decem-
ber 1961.

E. G. R. CHALLENGER,
Ag. Accountant General.


No. 67.
Appointments, transfers, etc., in
the public service with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-

Antigua.

ANTHONY, Mips E. Appointed Uncer-
tificated Teacher (Without Second-
ary School Certificate) Education
Department. May 1, 1960
FRANCIS, Miss H. Appointed Unoer-
tificatt-d Teacher (with Secondary
School Certificate) Education
I)epartment Sept. 6, 1961
HILL, K. Appointed Clerk Education
Department. Nov. 1, 1960

JARVIS, J. Appointed Prison Officer,
Prison Department, Oct. 14, 1961

JAMES, E. Appointed Prison Officer,
Prison Department. June 11
KING, H. Clerk, Magistrate's Depart-
ment appointed Senior Clerk Magis-
trate's Department. May 17
PAYNE, Miss S. Petty Officer Class III
Mental Hospital, appointment ter-
minated Oct. 9

PAYNE, K. Appointed Clerk Admin-
istration Jtan. 9
REYNOLDS, Miss J. Appointed Unoer-
tificated Teacher (with Secondary
School OCrtificate) E d c a ti on
Department Oct. 23

WATTLEY, C. Appointed Clerk,
Administration, April 8

No. 68.
The following Statutory Rules and
Orders are circulated with this Gazette
and form part thereof:-
Antigua.

Mo. 26 of 1961, "The Aid to Pio-
neer Industries (M a n f a ct u re of
Cigarettes) Order, 1961 ".
1 pp. Price 5 cts.
No. 27 of 1961, The Aid to Pio-
neer Industries (Caribbean Tobacco
Company (Antigua) (Limited) Order,
1961 ". 1 pp. Price 5 ots.


No.
School
1960."


Virgin Islands.
10 of 1960, "The Primary
Teachers General Orders,
25 pp. Price 53 cts.


No. 55.


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256 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSEL-RAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE


PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
ANTIGUA.
8th November, 1961.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
there will he sold at tile Court House
in the City of St. John on the 14th
December, I961., at 4 p.m. the lands
and tenemenis belonging to the per-
sons wliose names are set out here-
under, and the said premises having
been levied upon to satisfy the Oity
Rate due thereon for the year 1961.

LONG STREET
EmaniuF- Farara
C. I. A. Watt,
C. Beryl Howell
Maria S. Queely
Mary DeFreitas

S 1'. MARY'S STREET

Geraldine C. Howell
K. Audrey Pestaina
Iris Wynter
Hrs. of Armstrong

NEVIS STREET
Morrison Camacho
IIrs. of Eliza Barnett

T TEMPLE STREET
Ruby Murrain
Elenora Murrain
Constance Hill
Alexanda Davis
Neilo Anita Steel
Bertha Harrigan
Beatrice Benjamin
George Wyre

HIGH STREET

Ivy and Gwen Colbourne
Laurence and Eileen Gonsalves
Emanuel Farara
Gertrude Gomes

REDCLIFFE STREET
John Khoury
Marie Eliza Watt

TANNER STREET

Rarel y Murrain
Ronmo and L. Van Putton
John Gomes

CORN ALLEY
Est. of John Robbins

CHURCH LANE
Hrs. of Roman

CROSS STREET
Hilson Arch Murdoch
Caroline Henry
Francis Jacobs
Gladys Walling
Emanuel Farara

EAST STREET
Charles Andre
Bishop M. Schoolroom

PARHAM ROAD
Edgar Tonge
Keitlhlyr Hill
C lha'le s Rcvnolils
Notl S. 13. Slack
Lionel Thomas


ROINEY STREET
Elvina Edmund
Richard Francis
Agatha John
Jamlns Green
David Williams
Miriam Davis
Joseph Davis

ATHILL STREET
Sarah Mason
Adelaide Sweeney

ST. GEORGE'S STREET

Alexander Tonge
Ickford Winter
Elemera Manderson
Caroline Albert
Victoria James
Hlenriotta Browne
Est. ,f S'arahlSaunder
Edward ILloyd
Ei ward Terry
George (hristian
Alice M. Smith
Eat. of Snrah Henry
Foster Matthew

STAPLETON LANE
Noel Slack

OTTOS LAND
Elvina Edmund

NELSON STREET
G. Gordon
Agatha Govia
Emanuel Burton
Joseph Da\ is (2)

BIENNETT STREET
Ernest Gilead
Gwendolny Simon

DICKENSON BAY STREET
Josiah G. Samuel
Nehemniah Knight
Agusta Davis
Kenneth Murdoch (2)
Alfred C. Wallace
Ernest Lodl White
Watt, C. A. S.
Edward Simion
Edward Simon
Ickford Winter 2 pieces

ST. JOHN STREET *

Igal Winter
Gatsom G. Jehilman
George \Veston
Cecilia Christian
Eliza Humphreys
Est. of John Punter

BISHOPGATE STREET

Grace Thomas
Geo. H. Joseph
James kMapp
Angelina M. Pinder
Emely Mason
Ann Sophia Gould
Selina Henry
Caroline Isaac
Ann Green
Felici;a St. Luce
HIs. ,f Alhert Hernard
Sophia Francis
Si'i ney lenijamin
Lo'isa Semper


NORTH STREET

Hrs. of S. Daniel
John Rlamsey 2 pieces
Elise Ramsey
Dorcas Osbourne
Caroline Isaac
Ferdinand Martin
Mary H. Joseph
Winifred Scotland
Alfred Hunte
Ann Depoate
Kallil Shoul
Mary Eliza Watt
Victor Ernest Henry 3 pieces
CHURCH STREET

Eat. of Edward Davis
Est. of J. H. Moore
Est. of John Thompson

THE POINT
Eileen and P. Reynolds (4)
Allan Hill

ST. JOHN'S STREET
Ivy Deach
S. T. Christian
Francis James
Caroline Isaac (2 prices)
Mildred Swift
Est. of Charles Isaac
Mary Grant
Mary Simon
Geo. M. Stevens
Alice Adams
Ethel Hunte
Est. of D. Benjamin
Gladys B. Winter
Martha Byam
Iola Anderson
Robert and C. James
Est. of Henrietta Brown

NEWGATE STREET
Samuel Joseph
Mary Eliza Watt
Josiah Tittle
Helena Thompson
Est. of Adriana Thibon
Zacharial Joseph
WRAPPING STREET
Edmund H. Lake
I. E. A. Barnes
Nicholas Fuller
Emanuel Farara

MARINER'S LANE
Isaline Perry
Irene Walker

THE POINT
ILal Winter
Edmnoore C. Aska
Rosal-yn Simon
ClydS Caro Francis

WILKENSON STREET
Joseph Antonio
Norris I)estin
Mahel Armnstrong
Neville Rtridges
Est. of .Josphl Reynolds
Edinmund E. If. Lake

CONEY WARREN ALLEY
C. 11. A. Watt
I'OPESHEAD STREET
Adoliius lt-ynoils
Ernest HlEmnry 2 pieces


[Decentlber 7, 1961.









December 7, 1961


THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 257


HOOD STREET
Caroline Gonsalves
Joshua Thomas 2 pieces
James H. King
Cecil H. Davis
William Edgecombe
DRA IKE STREET
James Martin
Agatha L. Joseph
MARINER'S LANE
Est. of Joseph Reynolds

WRAPPING STREET
Albertha Phillilp
Samnul Laviscount
Caroline Isaac
Igal Winter

THAMES STREET
Est. of J. A. Camacho

NEW GATE LANE
Hrs. of Willock

BISHOPGATE LANE
Caroline Isaao
Sarah James
FORT ROAD
Arthur Roberts
Gwendolyn Simon
Callis Destin
Carlton Moore
Gwendolyn Green
Cecil Kendall
Perlina Hutchinson
EAST FORT ROAD No. 1
C. H. O'Marde
Joseph Benjamin
Ernie Romeo

EAST FORT ROAD No. 2
Adriana Donowa
Iris Christian


EAST FORT
Adonis Swift
EAST FORT
Vernon Samuel

EAST FORT
Arthur Roberts
Edris Knight
Samuel Destin
C. A. Williams
Denzil Hill
A. L. Davis


ROAD No. 3

ROAD No. 4

ROAD No. 5


EAST FORT ROAD No. 6
Ruby Ray
George Matthew
Mabel Mason
Mrs James Thomas
Mary J. Lake
George V. O'Flaharty
Paget Winter
Sybil W. Aska
Harrison Jacobs
S. Reynolds

EAST FORT ROAD No. 7
W. B. Josiali
George A. Goodwin
S. T. Christian
Miss F. Michael
D. Lewis
Harold Lovell
W. Southwell


CEMETERY liu)AD
Ephraim John
GARLING'S LAND
Hrs. of Corling 2 pieces
MARKET STI'EET
Anthony Mlichael
John Veira
John Nascimninto
Lawrence G(ns:ilv(-s
Josiah S1 illi'
Thomas Pelle
Roland Ro-alniiournli
Michlel's Meount
BENNE'TT STREET
Est. of CharlsH l':ste.
HENRY .J. ELWIN,
Ag. I'rnoost Marshal.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
MONTSERRAT 21st November, 1961.
COCO COLA COMPANY of 515
Madison Avenue, (ity and State of
New York, United Statr~ of America,
have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting of the follow-
ing -


in Class 44 that is to say: Beverages
and Syrups for the manufacture of
such beverhgts.
The applicants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark before
the date of this application.
Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this Advertisment in
the Anticqu, MIntlerrat & Virgin
Islands Gazette", give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office. Mont-
serrat, of opposition of the said Trade
Mark.
D. F. JOHNSON,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE dARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 15th July, 1961.
THE COCO-COLA COMPANY
of 515 Madison Avenue, City and
State of New York U. S. A. have ap-
plied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-

MI-MA
in Class 42, that is to say foods and
ingredients of foods.


The Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of the said gods in the
Colony 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 Antic. ua. Montserrat f: Virgin
Islands GaOette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Oflice,
Antigna, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

HENRY J. LLw]N.
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA 15th July, 1961.

THE COCO-COLA COMPANY
of 515 Madison Avenue, City and
State of N, w York U. S. A. have ap-
plied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-

HI-C
in Class 44. that is to say min-rals
and aerated waters, natural and arti-
ficial, including ginger beer.

Thi, Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark in
respect of tihe said goods 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 & Virgin
Islands Gazette give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Offi ce,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

HENRY J. ErWIN,
Ag. Registrar qf Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 23rd June, 1961.

AUTHOR GUINNESS SON & COM-
PANY (I)UBLIN) LIMITED of
St. James' Gate, Dublin, Republic of
Ireland have applied for Registration
of one Trade Mark consisting of the
following:-

JdET
in Class 43, that is to say stout, porter,
ale and lager beer.
The Applicants claim that they
have not used the said Trade Mark
in respect of the said goods 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 & Vir-
gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Marks.

HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.







258 THE ANTII3UA MONTSERRAT & VIM1GIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


Drcembi r 7, 1961


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTrGUA, 22nd November, 1961.
SI N AL (O AKTIEGESELL-
SOC.AFT of Balhnhfstrasse I Dft-
mold, Gerniaily have applie I for
efogistratinn ,of one Tr'-le Mark con-
Fisting of the rllllowing:-


in Class 44 in respect of mineral and
aerated w:iters and non alcoholic
drinks; syrups and other preparations
for making beverages.

The Applications claim that they
have ns-rd the said T'l'rdt Maark in
respect of thl said goods for 24 years
before the (late of their said Applica-
tion.

Any person may within three
months from the date of the first
appearance of this AdIvertisement in
the Antigua. Mo,,tserrat, and Virgin
Islands Gazetie give notice in dupli-
cate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua
of opposition to registration of the
said Trade Mark.

IlKSNRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 22nd November, 1961.
THE COCA COLA COMPANY of
515 Madison A v-nue, New Yrk State
of New York, 1'. S. A. have applied
for IRegistration of Ont1 Trado Mark
consisting of the following:-


in Class .41 that is to say beverages,
non-alcoholic

The Applicant. claim that they have
not used the :Aid Trade Mark in rie-
spect of thle said roodls before the date
of their said Application.

Ally perIson imay within t h ree
months from the date of thie first ap-
peartmt-. of thia Aldve\rtisemnrnt in the
Anti/uti, Moitr,r at, ftndl Fir"'in


Isl.tn4s Gazette give notice, in dupli-
cate at the Trade M-irks Office, Antigna
of opposition to registration of the
said Trade Mark.

IHENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. 1r.gistrar of Trade Marks.

TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 18th July, 1961.
THE COCO COLA COMPANY of
515 Madison Avenue, City and State
of New York U. S. A. have applied for
Registration of one Trade Mark con-
sisti n. of the following:-

SPRITE
in Class 42, that is to say foods and
ingreuli.ints of food

The App'i'ants claim that they have
not used the said Trade Mark in re-
spect of the said goods before the date
of their said Application.
Any person may within three
monthie froun the date of tile fist ap-
pearance of this Ad vertiseime.t in the
Antifoga, MontLerrat, and Firgin
Islands G(rn',tt gi\'ve notice iln lnpli-
cate at the Trade Mariks Oflice,
Antigua., of opposition to registration
of the stid Trade Mark.
HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. Rpp-.tirarr of Trade Mark.


TRA DE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIGUA, 15th July, 1961.
LIG(ETT & MEYERS TOBACCO
COMPA NY of' 30 Fifth Avenun, New
York, State of Now York, U.S.A. have
applied for Registration of one Trade
Mark consisting of the following:-


LARK
in CIHss 45. ii r.spp'-t of cigarelttis
The Applic:ants clain that they
have us-.I the sail 'Trad:ie Mark in re-
spetct of, the said goods s;tcie May 31,
1920 before the dlalt of their said
A pll;icatin. *.
.\rY person m ay within th ree
i1onllhs [roin the date of tho fir:-t ap-
p iarance of this Advorttsement in the
Anittgwt,. Monts e.ert, tiiad Iirgin
f.latndr s (Gazeitl givo nii:tice in diupli-
c.ite at the Trade Marks Office,
Antigua, of opposition to registration
of the said Trade Mark.

HENRY A IEWIN.
Ag. Registrar of Trade Marks.

A N'T0I UA.

THE RltEGIlTATION OF '-NITIE)
KINGDOM PATIENTS ACT 192.5.

NOTICE IS IIEIRIBY GIVEN that
Imperial Clhemical Ii hIlnstrie~s Ltd., of
Imperial C(hrrnic al liouse Millb;:nk
London S.W. I, England have ';iplied
for regi-.tratin in Antigua .if Uinited


Kingdom P.Itent No. 813531 dated the
3rd day of April, 1957. and issued onr
the 9th day of lepte mber. 1959, and
have filed at the IRegistrar's Office at
the Coiurt House, St. John's Antigua,
a complete copy of the specifications
and the Certificate of the Comptroller
General of the .'nitrd Kingdom Patent
giving full particulars of this patent
which will be open to public inspec-
tion at the said office at any time
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
3.30 p.m. on working days except
Saturday when thle hiuir will be
from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.

Any person may within two months
from the date of this adlv-rtisement
give notice to the R .istilar of opposi-
tion to tile issue of a C,'rtifieate of
registration ul4nii any of tiha grounds
prescribed in Sec.tti, 10 of the Patents
Act, 1 906 for opposition to the grant
of Lette-rs Patent.

Dated the 24th delay of October, 1961.

HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag(. i'-gishhar of IPatents.
Registrar's Ofi're,
Court HHouse,
St. John's, Antig.ua.


in the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.
ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.
A. 1). 1961.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that in pursuance of Rules made by
the Chief Justice under Section 16
of the Leeward Islands and Wind-
ward Islands (Courts) Order in Coun-
cil, 193', and duly approved as
therein provided on the 19th day of
J3tne, 1959, the Hoonourable Puisne
Jnltie selected for the sitting of the
Court has appointed the day of the
month on which the ensuing Circui4
Court shall sit as follows, that is to
say:
'Th' Antigua Circuit on MONDAY,
the 8th day of January, 1962 at 10.00
o'clock in the forenoon.
Dated the 7th day of Decotmber,
1961.
HElNItY J. ELwiN,
Ag. lRgistrar of Sutpreme Cout t.
Antigua circuit.

Tenders are invited for the supply
of the undermlentined itlenlt to be
delivered to Governnent Instiittions
in Antigua for the half-year ending
30th June, 1962.
2. All tenders must be addressed
to tihe A ministiatlive Secretary,
Ministry envelolpex marked "'Tenders for the
supply of Grocerivs, etc.," and d.leli-
vered at tho Administration Building
not later than 11ih December, 1961.

3. T.,l;d's should state quality-
and brand of conti-didris.








December 7, 1961] THE ANTIGUA MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.


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

GROCERIES

Rice
Flour
Meal
Butter (5 lb and 1 lb tins)
-Cheese (5 lb and 12 oz. tins)
Fish salted
Milk tinned
Sugar
Edible Oil
Fruits tinned (small, medium
and large cases)
Meat salted, pickled, tinned,
smoked and cured.
Lard (Buckets of 25 lb; 5 lb tins)
Margarine (5 11. and 1 lb. tins)

VEGETABLES IMPORTED

Onions
Potatoes

LAUNDRY REQUIREMENTS

Arrowroot
Soap
Blue
Soda

OTHERS

Bread
Poultry
Meat fresh
Milk fresh
Kerosene.

.Adminitlration Building,
St. John's,
& Antiguti.
28th November, 1961.
Ref. No. 8. S. 41/36


TENDER

Tenders are for the making of
uniforms for P-.tty Officers for the
year 1962 as follows-

In khaki drill for petty officers-

(a) tunic and trousers

(b) khaki shirts with short
sleeves and pocket on
iach breast with fl:ip to
bllttonl

(c) khaki trousers

(d) ktiki shorts

(e) khaki overalls

In blue serg, anld button duck
for boatinen

(a) blue s,'rge jumper and
trousers

(b) blue serge trousers only

(r) cotton duck jumper and
trousers

Quotations holdd also be made
for-

(l) bin u. d''inii overall

(b) blue tdemin trousers

(r) blue dleini shirts

Goveriinii.nt will supply the
n,'-essary drill. sergen duck, also
bily-s and official buttons for tunics.
All other materials are to be supplied
by the contractor. Prices are to in-
elude the cost of affixing badges to
tunics or jumpers.


2. Tenders should be in sealed
envelopes addressed to His Honour
the Administrator and marked,
"TEN IER FOR UNIFORMS".
Tenders should reach this office by
noon on Saturday 9th December, 1961.

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

4. If the delivery of uniforms
is delayed for a period exce,-ding four
weeks after the date of receipt of the
material or uniforms are unsatisfac-
torily tailored, Government reserves
the right to cancel the contract on
giving one week's notice in writing.

By Order,

O. BIRD,
Secretary to Administrator.


RAINFALL FIGURES.

Agricultural Department,
Antigua.


Month.
January
February
March
April
Mlay
June
July
Aug.
Sep.
04.t.
Nov.
Dec. 21nd

Total


1958
0.92
0.58
1.22
2.01
7.79
13.12
3.95
3.13
6.82
5.49
1.92
0.14


1961
2.1C
2.31
1.84
0.74
2.31
2.90
4.29
5.02
2.43
3.50
5.83
0.01


38.05 47.09 37.01 :!7.6s 33.34


TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
ANTIaUA, 23rd June, 1961.

A'tTIUR GUINNESS SON & COMPANY (DTRLIT) LIMITED of St. James' Gate, Daulin, Republic of
'relan.l h tiv. applied for Registration of one Tr'lade M:air;k co!.isting of the following:-


in class 43, that is to say stout, porter, ale and lager beer

The Applicants claim that they have not used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods before the
date of their said Application.

Any person may within three months from thu date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the
Antigua, Montserrat & Virgin, Islands Garette give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.

HENRY J. ELWIN,
Ag. registrar of Trade Marks.


-. -


259








260 THE ANTiiiGA, MONTSERA'R T & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. December 7,1961.



ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN T'ERRITORIES
(EASTERN GROUP) FOR THE YEAR 1960-(Cont'd)

CURRENCY SURI'LUS ACCOUNT
To:


Payments to:

Govt of Trinidad & Tobago
,, ritish Guiana
,,,, 3Barbados
LIEwaRD ISLANDS
,, ,, Antigua
,, St. Kitts
,, ,, Monteerrat
WINDWAnD ISLANDS
,, Grenada
,, St. Vincent
,, St. Luciaa
,, ,, Dominica
Amount transferred to Currency Fund,
being amount over transferred from
Income A/C. at 31st December, 1959.

Balnc.e at 31st December 1960,
for distribution to the Governments
participating in the Currency
Agreement-vide article 5 (2)


1,062,260.80
482,845.84
1l.3,138.32

34.764.90
56.435.22
11,588.30

28.970.76
19,144.82
'38,299.62
17,382.44


Iy: Balance at st .lanumary 1960


2,01 t,405.88


Amount transferred from Income A/C
(Article 4 (3) of Currency Agreement
2,446,896.01


1.944,886.02


40.00




2.516.425.87


4.461,301.89


4.461,301.89


CURRENCY FUND


To: Currency notes redeemed for sterling
Coins burnt at British Guiana and redeemed
Loss on iecnrities repaid
Loss on sale of Securities
Depreciation in value of securities

Balance at .1 st December, 19(;0


9,997,000.00
150.00
3.900.00
161;.939.02
3,584.037.80

100.291 709.60









114,043,73(6.42


By: Balance at Ist January, 1960 96 515,485.30
Currency notes issued for sterling 15.378 u0.00
Coins issued for sterling 254,965.00
.. in exchange 14,910.00
Gain on Securities repaid 936.46
,, sold 31.287.98

Appreciation ill value of Sewirities 825. 124.46

Transferred from Income A/(
(Article 4 (2) (c) ot Currenoy
Agreement 992,987.22

An ount transferred front Currency Surplus A/C
being amount short tra~s:ferred at 31st
December from Income Account. 40.00

114,043,736.42


ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1960.


LIABILITIES

Currency Fund

Currency Surplus A/C
Provident Fund
Amit. advanced for payments on behalf
of the Board by:-
Govt. of Antigua
,, Barbados
., Dominica
Trinidad and Tobago
S,. St. Kitts-Nevis
St. Lucia

Unpaid laborer's wages


8
100,291,709.60

2,516,426.87
27,932.64


6.74
3,969.40
22.60
45.39
25.87
41.89


102,840,189.99


Barclays Bank D.C.O. Deposit for issue of notes
and coins pending payments of sterling
in London ... ... ...


5,020,500.00


ASSETS

Securities held by Crown Agents
(Nominal value) $88,283.754.52 79,61(i,152.52
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Consolidated
Fund 13,289,452.50
Inter Territorial Loan. Debentures held at
Headquarters of the Board 9,853,060.00
Cash on depot with Crown Apents 2.940.26
Cash on d-posit in Barclays Bank D. C. O. Current A/C 15.687.97
United Kingdom coins in Commissioners Vaults
awaiting shipment for redemption 12,000.00
United Kingdom coins shipped to Crown Agents
not yet redeemed 44,904.00,
Receipts on behalf of Board due fom:
Govt. of British Guiana 5,329.98
,, Grenada 375.10
St. Vincent 297.75

102,840,189.99


l* Market value at 31st December, 1960
Market value tt 31st Decemlier of Securities
lodged by Barclays Bank D. C. O. with
Crown Agents for Oversea Governments
and Administrations ...


... $5,020,500.00


AUDIT CERTIFICATE

The above Accounts have been examined in accordance with Article 7 of the lst Schedule to the Currency Ordinance No. 15
-1959 (Trinidad and Tobago). I have obtained all the information and explanations that I have required, and I certify as a result of this:
audit, that in my opinion the Accounts are correct, subject to the observations contained in the attached Report.


M. Lee Sing
Ag. Direcetr of Audit.


L Spence,
Exec mitire Cinnimissioner-
1?ritish Cari bean (Currency BEard


14th, July, 1961










-December 7, 1961. THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 261

ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY, BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES
(EASTERN GROUP) FOR TIHE YEAR 1960--(Cont'd)

PROVIDENT FUND


'To: Interest distributed
Employees contributions
Boar i's contribution
Reserve A/C


Payments made to employees on
resignation

Transferred to reserve Account on
resignation of employees

Balanoo at 31st December, 1960
Employees' Account
Board's Account


[NOmE ACCOUNT


2 i;2.7,2
25. 16
72.68

860.56

CAPIT3,L ACCOCTNT


$ c.

1,383.71


8,115.85
16,171.85


Grant to Miossenger at the Trinidad Currency Contre
for replacing Bicycle stolen from Treasury
Building
Balance at 31st December, 1960


Interest from deposits in Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund
Interos~ on Government of Trinidad and
Tobago 6t;i' Debentures 1976--81


Balance at 1st January, 1960
J'Employees' Account
oard'ls Account


2,821.37 Employee'r. contributions
Hoard's contribiuions
Interest aiveruod on
Employee's contributions
24,287.70 Bloard's contributions

$23,492.78

RESERVE ACCOUNT
5 c.


124,08
3.644.94

$3.769.02


8 c.

6,417.97
l2,883.66

2.788.87
5,58 .40

261.72
525.16


Balance at Ist January. 1901o
Transferred from Board's Account on resignation
of employees
Interest accrued


ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AT 31ST DECEMBER, 1960


LIA ABILITIES


Employees contributions

Board's Contribution

3Reserve Acc.unt:


EWeadqeam ts)5
Jlri~sk ('t ribbeax Currency Joartd
Tr'inidlrd
2 It 1 April. I 90!


ASSETS
$ c. $3 4
8,115.85 On deposit in Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund 21,932.64
L. 171.85 Trinidad and Tobago Gi% debentures hold by the
Board 6,000.00


3.64t.94

27,932.64


27,932.64

L. SPENCIP
Jdreczd ir Ce Ulissioer
British Ca'ribbeas currencyy Beard.


AUDIT CERTIFICATE


I have examined the Provident Fund Accounts of the Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) for
the year 195l9. I have obtained all the information and explanations that I have required and, I certify, as a result of this audit that, in my
opinion, the above aooounts are correct.


26th ApI:i, 1960


Accounts of the Commissioners of Currency, British Caribbean Territories (Eastern Group) for the year 1960

INCOME ACCOUNT


To: Personal Emoulunnents 172,
Rental of Vaults 2,
Ollices 4,
., Incinerators
Incidental- including electricity 2.
Telephones
Postage & Telegirams-Headquarters I
Frinnitnure & Equipment-Area
Printing & statlionery-IIeadquarters 2,
Supplies of notes 73,.
Intercolonial transfers of notes & coins 8.2
Audit of Accounts I.
Travellini; & oSubsistence expenuss-
Commissioners 1,
Xgancy Fees-Harclays Bank D.O.O. 0,
Bicycle all. iwancs-Messengors
8upples of Coins 73,
Repatriation of United Kingdom coins 2,
Provident Fund -Board's contributions 5,
Extraordinary expenditure-
Electric Hoist & removing
cancelling machine


Transferred to Currency Fund (Article 4
(2) (e) of Currency Agreement)
'Transferred to Currency Surplus A/O
(Article 4 (:) of Currency aIrreement)


$
1I9.88
146.c0


SI'S.0Li
240 06

2; 1t.38
0;13.31
S;2.09
577.65
214.32
65.91
490.00

350.47
240.00
59.90
620.67
741.14
584.40


8


HS7.17 360,082.52



992,987.22

2,446.896.01

3,799,965.76


lBy: Dividtnds on securities held by the Crown Agents on leihalf
of Currency Fund 2,9;3,372.54
Interest on deposits in Crown Agents Joint
Consolidated Fund on behalf of Currency Fund 550.0M(.36
Interest on deposits in Crown Agouts Joint
Consolidated Fund on behalf of Income A/IC ;di..;89.06
Dividends from Local Loans 17.4S3.i66
Commission on notes issued for sterling 57,'7.51
Commission on notes redeemed for sterling 43. ;;3.86
Commission on coins issued for sterling 956.14

Sundries: 59.6(


3. 799.95..75


470.56

390.00


860.58


19,331.63


8.373.27


787.88

828,492.78


$ e.
874.97

2821.37
72.68

$3.769.02


1. V. G. LITACKAY
Direcettur of Adudit







202 THE ANTIGUA, MONTS;ERIATr & VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE DecenlLtr 7, 1961..

REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF AUDIT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ON THE ACCOUT'J S OF THE
BOARD OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF CURRIEN(Y. BRITI SH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES (EASTERN"
GROUP) FOR THE YEAlt ENDED 3:lst 1)E1': l BElR, 1960.
Currenc.y Ordinance Chapter 3a,, No. 2 Trinlidad and To/atgo.
The Currency Ordinance Chalptr 3;), No. 2 was repealed and replaced by Ordinance No. 15 of .1959 '% ith effect
from st, April, 19 ,0. Similar amendments were' enacted by the other participating (iGovernmr.I s.

Currency Fund
2. The excess of $4,765,2.10.611 held in the liquid portion of the Currency Fund at 31st December, 1959 and
referred to in paragraph 4 of my report for the ye;r 1959 was approved by the Secretary of State oni 19th May, 1960.
British Caribbean Ierritories (Easlhrn (Group) (Curremcy Stur/pls) Acrr,unt
3. The balance of $2,516,425.87 standing to the credit of this account includes the amount of $69,529.86 pay-
able to participating Gov.-rnments ill respect of the year 1959 and the sum of $2,446,(S96.01 to be shared in accord-
ance with the scale set out in paragraph 5 (2) of the Agreement. It is understood that allocations of this ;anio:t have
not yet been made as the Board, acting under the proviso to paragraph 5 (2) of the Agreement is considering an
amendment to the scale.
Cash and Securities with Crown Agents
4. A Statement of cash and securities hi-ld by the Crown Agents on behalf of the Board at 31.t December, 1960,.
has been seen, but the certificate of the Comptroller and Auditor General has not yet been received.
Secur'itie.U in respect of Loans. io vll.ern ntr s participating in the Currency Agreement
5. The figure of $9,817.050 representing the Nominal value of scurities in re.-,pect of loans to Governments
participating in the Currency Agreement is shown as the Marktt value.

Audited St,'tementis from participating Territories
6. Audited statements of the currency transactions during the year 1960 have not been recei\ei fri,,n St. Kitts.
and British Guiana. Vertification of these transactions, however, has been made from Vault Book Rliitrns received
from these Territories by the Executive Commissioner in Trinidad.
Verification of Abstracts
7. The verification of abstracts prepared by participating Governments under pair.agraph 7 (3) of the Agreeumnt
has not b-en carried out at least once a quarter by a Board of Survey in accordance with paragraph 7 (() in Grenada,.
St. Kitts ind St Lucia.
luqirds of Sio!vc/

8. All Boards of Survey were? nltable to comply with R-gulation 10 (4) of thel Clirrlncy (Co,,i) Hegu'lations 1955
as reported at paragraph 8 of my report for the year 1958 and paragraph 6 of my report for the year 1959.

14th July, 1961 M. LEE SINi,
Ag. 1)ireolor of A idlil.
MEMORANDUM ON REPORT OF DIRECTOR OF AUDIT ON ACCOUNTS OF THE BOARD FOR TU'IE
YEAR 1960.
Boards of Survey
Partagriaph 7 and 8-As stated in iny memorandum on the Report of the Direclor of Audit on the acclnnts of thIe-
Board for the year 1959, a Board of Survey is appointed by the Governor of each Territoi y to surv\ y stocks of curren-
cy held by the British Caribbean Currency Board in the Territory, and thus tha Board of Survey acts quite indepen-
dently of the Currency Board. A copy of the Report of the Director of Audit is sulbuitted to the Government of
each participating Territory and the Government of any Territory at which the requirements of the Currn m'cy (Notes)
Regulations and the Currency (Coin) Regulations, dealing with Boards of Survey, have not been complied with,
is requtestl to ensure that the Board of Survy complies with the Regulnl ions when effecting Intture surveys.
The attention of the Adminisuitrators of Gi~ nada and St. Lucia has been drawn to tlhe comments of the Director of
Audit in paragraph 7: with a request that steps be taken to ensure that an ordinary survey is held in each quarter of a
year and in addition a surprise survey each year. The Financial Secretary of St. Kitts has already expressed regret
for the omission to effect a survey in the third quarter of 1960 and has stated that "steps have been taken to impress
upon newly appointed members of the Board of Survey the necessity for regularit% in the performance of their
duties. "
Tile Currency (Coin) Refulations require that the seals of the Royal Mint on each container be inspected by the
Board at each Survey. In some of the Leeward and Windward Islands where Barclays Bank D.C.O. acts as Agent of
the Board, it is not always practicable to inspect all of the seals owing to limited space. The containers are however
in the sole custody of tle Bank and the Bank hasa nndertak,-n^i deliver the containers with the seals intact. Stocks
of coin held in those Island:s aire diminishing as the exchange operation nears completion and it should soon le prac-
ticable for the seals of the Royal Mint on each container to be inspected at each survey in all the Islands. At Trini-
dad where the main stock of coins is held it would be a lengthy and costly exercise involving the unpacking and
repacking of th, entire contents of tlh coin vault for inspection of all of the seals. Boards of Survey in consequence
inspect a varying percentage of the seals at each survey and the percentage inspected is stated in the report on the
Survey.
Treasury Building L. SPENCE
Trinidad. Executive commissioner
18th July, 1961 British Oaribbean Currency Board
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ANTIGUA. (" 1

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS
1961, No. 26.

THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (MANUFACTURE OF CIGAR-
ETTES) ORDER, 1961, DATED 6TH DECEMBER, 1961, MADE
BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 3 (1)
OF THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1950
(No. 9 OF 1950).
[Gazetted 7th December, 1961.]

1. Short Title. This Order m'iy be cited as the Aid
to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Cigarettes) Order, 1961.
2. Declaration of Cigarettes to be a Pioneer
Product. The manufacture of cigarettes is hereby declared
to be a pioneer industry for the purposes of the Aid to Pioneer
Industries Ordinance, 1950, (No. 9 of 1950) and cigarettes are
hereby declared to be a pioneer product for the said purposes.


Made
December,


by the Administrator in Council this 6th day of
1961.


E. T. HENRY,
Clerk of the Council.











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ANTIGUA.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1961, No. 27.


THE AID TO PIONEER INDUSTRIES (CARIBBEAN TOBACCO
COMPANY (ANTIGUA) LIMITED) ORDER, 1961, DATED 6TH
DECEMBER, 1961, MADE BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN
.COUNCIL UNDER SECTION 4(1) OF THE AID TO PIONEER
INDUSTRIES ORDINANCE, 1950 (No. 9 OF 1950).
[Gazetted 7th December, 1961.]


1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Aid
to Pioneer Inddstries (Caribbean Tobacco Company (Antigua)
Limited) Order, 1961.
2. Declaration of Pioneer Manufacturer.
The Caribbean Tobacco Company (Antigua) Limited is hereby
declared to be a pioneer manufacturer for the purposes of the
Aid to Pioneer Industries Ordinance, 1950, in relation to its
pioneer factory situated at No. 7 Newgate Street in the City of
Saint John, and in relation to the manufacture of the following
pioneer product:-
Cigarettes
the manufacture of which was declared to be a Pioneer Industry
by the Aid to Pioneer Industries (Manufacture of Cigarettes)
Order,. 1961; and. the production day of the said Caribbean
Tobacco Company (Antigua) Limited in relation to the above-
mentined pioneer product is declaod to be the 15th day of
December, 1961.
Made by the Administrator in Council this 6th day of
December, 1961.
E. T. HENRY,
Clerk ot the Council.

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1961.


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VIRGIN ISLANDS.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1960, No. 10.

THE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS GENERAL ORDERS DATED
5TH MARCH 1960, MADE BY THE PRIMARY SCHOOLS
COMMISSION UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 12 OF
THE EDUCATION ORDINANCE, 1955 (No. 11 OF 1955).


1. SHORT TITLE. These General Orders may be cited as
the Primary School Teachers General Orders, 1960.
PRELIMINARY
2. INTERPRETATION. In these General Orders-
Ordinance means the Education Ordinance,
1955; l11955.
"the Commission means the Primary Schools
Commission established under the Educa-
tion Ordinance; 1955; 11/1955:
"teacher" means a person registered for
employment as such in any government
or assisted primary school on the register
of teachers kept in accordance with the
provisions of this Ordinance;
"teaching service means-
(a) registered service as & teacher in a
primary school;
(b) other teaching service.
3. GENERAL ORDERS APPLICABLE TO ALL TEACHERS.
General Orders are applicable to all teachers whether on the
pensionable or non-pensionable establishment.
4. NON-COMPLIANCE WITH GENERAL ORDERS. Non-
compliance with, or disobedience of, a GenerAOrder may form
the basis of a disciplinary charge and may subject a teacher to
dismissal under the provisions of these General Orders or to a
fine.









5. TEACHERS TO BE ACQUAINTED WITH GENERAL ORDERS.
It shall be the .duty of all teachers to be thoroughly acquainted
with General Orders and the contents of'all amendments
and additions thereto.
6. GENERAL ORDERS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE. (1)
General Orders should be readily available in every school for
consultation by all teachers and it is the duty of Head Teachers
to ensure that all teachers in their schools have access to a copy.

(2) It is the duty of Head Teachers to ensure that the
General Orders are not taken out of the school.
(3) Head Teachers are responsible for ensuring that
amendments and additions to General Orders are inserted
immediately they are received and that copies in the schools are
at all times kept fully up-to-date.
PART I.
APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, TRANSFERS, TERMINATION
AND RETIREMENT.
7. AUTHORITY FOR APPOINTMENT. Appointments to the
teaching service are made by the Primary Schools Commission
under the authority of section II of the Education Ordinance,
1955 (No. 11 of 1955), and are subject to the provisions of the
said Ordinance and to the Statutory Rules and Orders and
General Orders relating to teachers in force in the Colony.
8. PENSIONABLE POSTS. Posts in the teaching service
are divided into pensionable and non-pensionable. Pensionable
posts are those so declared by notification in the Government
Gazette in accordance with the provisions of the Pensions Act
1947 (No. 12 of 1947) as amended.
9. APPLICATIONS F^ APPOINTMENT. Applications for
appointment to the teaching service should be made on Form S/i
-and should be submitted to the Education Officer as Chairman
of the Primary Schools Commission.
10. APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS PROCEDURE.
When a post on the authorised establishment becomes vacant,
it may be filled by the appointment of a candidate with the
requisite qualifications and experience selected from within or
outside the Teach Service, hut claims of meritorious teachers,
with adequate qualifications already in the teaching service will
normally take precedence over those persons not in the teaching
service.









11, PaOBATIOn (1) The appointmentt of a tteicher to
the pensionable establishment is subject to a period of probation
for three years, which may, however, be reduced in the circum.
stances described in General Orier 11 (4) and (5).
(2) The period of probation begins on the date of assump-
tion of duty on probation in the appointment. During the
period of probation the teacher should be regarded as being
on trial and should be kept under continual and sympathetic
observation by the Head Teacher. If at any time during the
period of probation the teacher should exhibit tendencies which
render it in any way doubtful that he will be suitable for
permanent retention, he should at once be warned and given
such assistance as may be possible to correct the faults. A
teacher's probationary period may be extended, for a period not
exceeding one year, where the teacher has not had proper
opportunity, either through illness or for other good reason,
of displaying fitness for confirmation,
(3) Managers are required to forward to the Commission
reports on the teachers on probation at such intervals as the
Commission may direct.
(4) When a teacher is appointed or promoted to a pension.
able post after service on the non-pensionable establishment, the
period of his probation in the pensionable post will be reduced
by the length of his service on the non-pensionable establishment,
provided that there is no break between his non-pensionable and
his pensionable service.
(5) When a teacher is appointed to the pensionable
establishment after the satisfactory completion of a period of
service on contract, the period of probation in the pensionable
post will be reduced by the length of his service on contract,
provided that there is no break between his service on contract
and his pensionable service.
(6) The services of a teacher on probation may be termi-
nated at any time during the probationary period, without
notice, without assigning any reason and without recourse to
the normal disciplinary procedure, if the Commission is satisfied
that on account of general unsuitability of temperament or
personal characteristics or by reason of misconduct it is undesir-
able that the teacher should continue to hold office.
12. RE-APPOINTMENT. A teacher who is re-appointed
after a break in service may be required to undergo a period
of probation of one year even if re-appointed to the same grade
or post.









13. CONFIRMATION TO THE PENSIONABLE ESTABLISHMENT.
(1) Unless a teacher's appointment on probation is extended
under General Order 11(z) or is terminated under General
Order 11(6), he will be confirmed to the pensionable establish-
ment on satisfactory completion of the probationary pe, iod, and
notified in writing. Confirmation to the pensionable establish-
ment should also be published. It should not be left to a
teacher to apply for confirmation. Three months before the
period of probation is due to expire, the Manager must notify
the Commission whether he is prepared to recommend confirma-
tion, furnishing at the same time a detailed report on the
teacher's conduct and capabilities, and stating whether his
conduct and service have been satisfactory.
(2) Teachers under the age of twenty years are not eligible
for confirmation to the pensionable establishment.

14. NON-PENSIONABLE TEACHERS. Teachers who are
appointed to non-pensionable or temporary posts may be
employed on contract.
15. DATE OF APPOINTMENT. The date of appointment,
if a teacher is appointed from within the Colony, is the day on
which the teacher assumes duty. The date of appointment of a
teacher selected trom outside the Colony will follow the General
Orders in force for the Civil Service of the Colony.

16. MEDICAL EXAMINATION. A teacher selected for
appointment must undergo medical examination by an
authorised medical officer and be passed as fully physically fit
before a letter of appointment is issued.
17. EMPLOYMENT OF MARRIED) WOMEN. Married women
may be selected for appointment to posts on the pensionable
establishment but may berecornmended for retirement by the
Commission if it is considered th'it their domestic responsibili ies
are interfering with the efficient discharge of their duties as a
teacher. In such cases the teacher must be warned in good
time that her retirement is contemplated and given an
opportunity of replying. to charges of loss of efficiency. A
woman teacher who marries is required to report her marriage
through the Manager of her school to the Primary Schools
Commission.

18. SECONDMENT. When a teacher is required tem-
porarily for duty in another post, with the intention of reverting
to his substantive post at a later date, he will be seconded.









19. ACTING APPOINTMENTS ON PROMOTION. A teacher
may be required to act in a post in order to determine his
suitability for promotion to that post. Teachers will not in
such circumstances normally be required to act for longer than-
one year.
20. SENIORITY. Seniority is determined by the date of
appointment to a particular grade.
21. ANNUAL CONFIDENTIAL REPORTS. Annual confi-
dential reports must be submitted on all teachers on the
establishment whether pensionable or non-pensionasle to the
Commission by the Manager not later than the 31st of
January in each year. Confidential reports should be submitted
in duplicate on Form S/2 and in all cases be transmitted under
sealed confidential cover addressed personally to the Education
Officer.
22. SUBSTANCE OF ADVERSE REPORTS. The Manager or
Head Teacher must communicate the substance of his report to
the teacher reported upon insofar as it draws attention
to faults or shortcoming which it may be within the teacher's
power to amend. In such cases, the Manager or Head Teacher
must indicate in the appropriate place on the report form that
the substance has been communicated to the teacher. If a
teacher enquires as to the report made upon him, he must be
informed fully and frankly of any adverse comments in the
report. The Commission may at any time call for a report from
a Head Teacher or Manager on any teacher.
23. RESIGNATIONS. Teachers who have been confirmed
to the pensionable establishment should, if they intend to
resign, give not less than one term's notice of their intention to
resign in order that arrangements may be made for filling their
posts.
24. RETIREMENT. Teachers o the pensionable establish-
ment may retire or be called upon to retire in accordance with
the provisions of the Ordinance.
25. PENSIONS AND GRATCITIFS. The grant of pensions
and gratuites are governed by Part VI of the Ordinance.
PART II.
CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE.
26. TEACHERS SUBJECT TO OIDINANC ND SUBSIDIARY
LEGISLATION. For purposes of discipline, all teachers are
subject to the Ordinance and to the Regulations and General
Orders made thereunder.









27. ABSENCE FROM DUTY OR REFUSAL TO PERFORM
DUTy. Any teacher who is absent from duty without reasonable
cause or who wilfully refuses or omits to perform his duties
will be liable to disciplinary action which may include a fine.
28. STAFF TIME BOOK. Regular and punctual attendance
is required by every teacher. All teachers shall he at school at
least ten minutes before the tmne of school assembly. In each
school there should be kcpt c. Staff Time Book and all teachers
are required to record the time of arrival and departure and
the times of departure and return at the luncheon interval.
Unpunctuality and irregularity in attendance on the part of a
teacher shall be reported by the Head Teacher through the
Manager to the Commission in such manner as the Commission
may direct and su;h unpunctuality and irregularity will render
a teacher liable to disciplinary action which may include a fine.
S29. PRIVATE WORK. Teachers will not be permitted to
undertake private work for remuneration without permission
fromithe Commission full details of the private work for which
permission is sought, together with particulars of the remunera-
tion which is offered, must accompany the application. The
work must be undertaken outside school hours. Approval may
be subject to periodic review to ensure that the private work
is not prejudicing the efficient performance of the teacher's
duties.
30. PuBLI NATION AND MEETINGS. (1) No teacher may,
without permnissiun, publish in any manner or broadcast on the.
wireless anything which may reasonably be regarded ns of a
political or administrative nature, A teacher may, however,
publish in his own name matter relating to subjects of general
interest or give broadcast.talks on the wireless on such matters.
In cases of doubt, prior reference should be made to the
Commission.
(2) No teacher maycall a public meeting to consider any
action of the Governmint or actively participate in the proceed-
ings of a public meeting called for such purpose.
.1. PETITIONS IEGARDIlNG ACTIONS OR PROPOSALS OF
GoVERNRENT,'. No teacher may sign or procure signatures to
any ,public petiLion regarding the actions or proposal of
Government.
32. TInA aRS FORBIDDo:N TO SOLICT OUTSIDE INFLUENCE
T'O SfPI'OFT CL'AInT ; !'ORI PROMOTION 'ETC. Teahers are forbidden
from soliciting the int.rvei, or or influence of Menibere of the
Executive Council or the L.'islative Council or other members









of the community in pursuing their claims for promotion or
seeking such influence as a means of bringing personal repre-
sentations or complaints about their conditions of service,
otherwise than through the proper channels.
33. POLITICAL ACTIVITIEs. A teacher may not by
canvassing or any other means, attempt publicly to further the
activities or aspirations of a political party or the return of any
candidate to the Legislature or to a local government body.
He may not issue an address to the electors, nor in any way
publicly announce himself as a candidate or prospective candidate
for election unless he has first, resigned his appointment.
34. DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE. If it is represented to
the Commission that a teacher has been guilty of misconduct or
non-compliance with or breach of these General Orders, and the
Commission is of opinion that the misconduct alleged is not
serious enough to warrant proceedings with a view to dismissal
they may cause an investigation to be made into the matter in
such manner as they may think proper, and the teacher shall be
entitled to know the whole case made against him and shall
have an adequate opportunity throughout of making his defence.
If as a result the Commission is of opinion that the allegation
is proved, they may inflict such punishment upon the teacher
by way of fine or reduction in rank, or otherwise, as they may
see fit.
35. DISMISSAL. A teacher who has been confirmed in his
appointment may be dismissed by the Commission only in
accordance with the following:-
(i) The teacher should be notified in writing of the
grounds upon which it is intended to dismiss
him; and he should be given full opportunity of
exculpating himself.
(ii) The matter shall be investigated by the Commis-
sion in such manners they may determine.
(iii) If any witnesses are called to give evidence the
teacher shall be entitled to be present and to put
questions to the witnesses.
(iv) If the proceedings disclose grounds for so doing
the Commission may order the dimissal of a
teacher.
(v) If the teacher is convicted o cl criminal charge,
the Commission may, upon Honsideration of the
proceedings of the Court order the dismissal of
the teacher.









(vi) A teacher may with the permission of the Com-
mission be represented by a. Barrister or Solicitor
or be assisted by a friend.
(vii) In every case where a dismissal is ordered, or
where a request made by a Manager for the
dismissal of a teacher be refused, an appeal shall
lie to the Administrator whose decision shall be
final.
36. INCREMENTAL ACTION. (1) Procedure in connection
with the granting of increments is set out in General Order 40.
Where for any reason, the increment certificate of a teacher is
not signed when the increment becomes due, the following action
may be taken or recommended:-
(a) Supension. This is in the nature of a warning
and merely postpones a decision as to whether the incre-
ment due should be granted. If the increment is sub-
sequently granted, it is granted retrospectively from the
date on which it originally became'due.
(b) Deferment. When an increment is deferred, the
value of the increment is lost only during the period of
deferment and the original incremental date is retained
(for example, if a teacher due an increment on the 1st
March has his increment deferred for six months and is
then granted it on 1st September, he loses the value of the
increment for the period 1st March to 31st August, receives
the increment with effect from 1st September, but becomes
eligible for his next increment on the 1st March in the
following year).
(c) Storpage. If a teacher's increment is stopped,
he loses his incremental date and the value of the
increment in every swceeding year until he reaches the
maximum of his salary scale (for example, if an increment
due on the 1st March, is stopped for six months and is
then granted on the ist September, the value of the
increment is lost for the six months and the teacher's
future incremental date becomes the 1st September and
and he will riot be eligible for a further increment until the
1st September in the following year).
(2) Recomnindations for suspension, deferment, or stop-
page of an increment should be made l the Mainager or the
Education OtfiLr to the Primnary Schi ls Conuinission with a
statement of the reasons for the recommendation. The report









of the Manager or Education Officer should state whether
suspension, deferment or stoppage is recommended and for
what period. Should an increment not be granted when it
becomes due, the teacher must be informed in writing of the
reasons and the action taken in regard to the'increment.
37. FINES. Where a fine is annexed to any breach of
these regulations it shall not exceed $10.00 in the currency
of the United States of America.

PART III.
SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES.
38. SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES. (1) Teachers shall be
classified into grades or classes as may be approved by the
Administrator-in-Council from time to time and shall be paid
annual salaries in those grades or classes as shall be approved
by the Legislative Council of the Colony. Full salary will be
paid to a teacher with effect from the date of his assumption of
duty being fixed in accordance with General Order 15 of these
General Orders or from the date of transfer or secondment from
Another Colony or service.
(2) A teacher who is proceeding on leave outside the
Colony may receive prior to embarkation, his salary for the
whole of the month in which he leaves the Colony.
39. INCREMENTAL CREDIT. (1) Teachers who enter
the service with or who acquire during their service, the Higher
School Certificate or its equivalent of a recognized examining
body or a pass in the Intermediate examination in Arts or
Science of a British University or the Associate Diploma of the
College of Preceptors of who successfully complete a course of
college training, are eligible for the grant of one annual
increment.
(2) Teachers who enter the service with or who acquire
during their service the Licentiate Diploma of the College of
Preceptors are eligible for the grant of two annual increments.
(3) Provided always that in all cases teachers shall not
in consequence be eligible to receive salary in excess of the
maximum provided in the salary scale.
40. INCREMENTAL DATE. (1) A tear's incremental
date is the anniversary of the date of his first appointment or
promotion to his grade or class or, in the case of a teacher on
first appointment from outside the Collony, the anniversary of









the date of his assumption of duty, unless the incremental date
is altered in the circumstances set out in Colonial Regulation 37
governing increments on promotion, or on conversion arrange-
ments arising out of a salary scale revision.
(2) A teacher who is transferred from one grade or class to
another in the same salary scale in the Colony will retain his
previous incremental date. The incremetnal (late of a teacher
who is transferred on promotion from outside the Colony is the
effective date of his promotion, which is usually the date on
which he sails for the Colony.

41. INCREMENT CERTIFICATES. (1) If the conduct and
efficiency of a teacher has been satisfactory, a certificate on
Form S/3 should be signed by the Head Teacher and/or
Manager to the effect that a teacher has discharged his duty
with efficiency, diligence and fidelity during the period under
review.
(2) It should not be left to a teacher to apply for the grant
of an increment. One month before an increment is due the
Education Officer should submit Form S/3 to the Mamn;ger of
the School in which the tenaier is employed. Approval will
normally be signitied by the Education Officer as Chairman of
the Commission on behalf of the Commission but if he feels
himself unable to approve he will refer the matter to a meeting
of the Commission.
42. EFFICIENCY BARS. (1) An efficiency bar which
occurs at an intermediate point in a salary scale is a bar over
which advancement is dependent upon qualifications, efficiency
and general suitability for advancement. There may be more
than one efficiency bar in a salary scale for a grade or class.

(2) When, owing to the fact that a teacher has been
permitted to enter a sally scale at an intermediate point, an
efficiency bar occurs during the probationary period, the teacher
will not be eligible to draw salary at the higher rate than the
point in the scale at which the efficiency bar occurs unless and
and until he has been confirmed at the end of the probationary
period.
(3) Twelve months before a teacher is due to reach an
efficiency bar, the Education Officer in consultation with the
Manager should live preliminary consideration as to whether
the teacher should proceed beyond the bar. This period is
necessary in order that ample warring may be conveyed to a
teacher who is thought to be below standard so as to give him a







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chance to improve before he actually reaches the bar. If it is
considered that a teacher is below standard he must, at this
stage, be warned in writing of the fact and his attention drawn
to any shortcomings.
43. EFFICIENCY BAI CERTIFICATES. When a Manager
considers that a teacher who has reached an efficiency bar is
fully qualified to pass the bar, he must submit on Form S/4 a
certificate to this effect, accompanied by an increment certificate.
Approval will normally be signified by the Education Officer as
Chairman of the Commission on behalf of the Commission but if
he feels himself unable to approve he will refer the matter to a
meeting of the Commission.
44. ADVANCES OF SALARY. Advances of salary will be
made in the sole discretion of the Administrator and applications
should be made through the Education Officer stating clearly the
reasons for the application.
45. ACTING ALLOWANCE. When the post of Head
Teacher of a school is vacant an assistant teacher who is formally
appointed in writing to act in such post for a period not less
than 28 days should receive an acting allowance at rates
approved by the Administrator.
46. SUBSISTENCE ALLOWANCE. Subsistence allowance
may be paid at rates approved by the Administrator to teachers
who attend local training courses or who are required for any
reason to travel on duty away from their stations.
47. TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES. Transportation ex-
penses shall be paid for any teacher who is required to travel
at hoe direction of the Education Officer.
48. TRANSFER EXPENSES. (1) The cost of passages
and the removal of personal effects will be paid when a
teacher is transferred from one school to another within the
Colony.
(2) Transfer allowance shall be paid for the first
fourteen days at rates approved by the Administrator.
PART IV.
LEAVE AND PASSAGES.
d
49. LEAVE WHICH MAY BE GRANTED. In addition to
the normal school holidays, a teacher may lie granted the
following leave-









(a) Vacation Leave;
(b) Sick Leave;
(.,) Study Leave;
(d) Maternity Leave;
(e) Special Leave.

50. SERVICE WHICH MAY BE COUNTED IN CALCULATING
LEAVE. Vacation leave will only be granted in respect of
resident service i.e. absences on vacation leave will be
deducted in calculating a teacher's eligibility for vacation
leave. Absence on sick leave will be regarded as resident
service for the purpose calculating leave eligibility, provided
that the absence on sick leave does not exceed six months
in any one year.
51. VACATIos LEAVE. (1) Teachers may be granted
vacation leave to be spent outside the Colony at intervals of
not less th-nu four verins calculated as set out below and
they may then be eligible for leave passages in accordance
with the provisions of General Order 58.
At the rate of
Head Teachers 36 days per
annlurn
Assistant Teachers 21 days per
anniluml

(2) Approval will not, however, he given for absences
for less than one school term and the school vacation
immediately before it and no teacher will be allowed to be
absent for any part of another school term.

(3) Vacation leave is granted in "calendar" days i.e.
Saturday, Sundays andpublic holidays falling within a
period of leave will count as days of leave. Applications for
vacation leave should be made through the Manager to the
Chairman of the Commission by July of the year previous to
that in which the leave should commence.

52. SIOK LEAVK. Provided that illness is not caused
by a teacher's own misconduct and that his own negligence
is not a contributory cause, sick leave may be granted in
accordance withhis General Order. Absence from duty
owing to sickness caused by a teacher's own misconduct or
negligence renders the teacher liable to disciplinary action
which may include a fine,









(2) Head Teachers may grant two consecutive days'
sick leave on any one occasion without the submission of a
medical certificate, up to an aggregate of fourteen calendar
days in any calendar year and may similarly take sick leave
without submitting a medical certificate. Sick leave in
excess of fourteen days granted under this General Order
. will be deducted from vacation leave entitlement of teachers
on the pensionable establishment. For teachers on the
non-pensionable establishment it will be granted without
pay.
(3) If a teacher is absent on account of sickness for a
period exceeding two days, he must forward to the Commis-
sion through the Manager, a certificate signed and dated by
a Government Medical Officer, stating the probable duration
of the illness or incapacity. Further medical certificates
may be required from time to time as circumstances dictate.
Where prolonged sick leave is necessary, the teacher may be
required to appear before a Medical Board. Sunday and
public holidays falling within a period of sick leave will
count as days of sick leave.
(4) Provided there is a reasonable prospect of eventual
recovery, supported by medical certificates, sick leave may
be granted with full salary, up to a maximum period of six
months during any period of twelve months or less. 'I'here-
after further extensions of sick leave may be granted, with
half salary, subject to a maximum period of sick leave in
all with full and half salary not exceeding twelve months in
any period of four years or less. Where -sick leave is not
continuous, six months' and twelve months' sick leave will be
reckoned as 183 and 365 days respectively including Sun-
days and public holidays falling within a period of sick leave.
Where, however, a teacher was eligible for any period of
vacation leave under General Orde 51 at the date on which
he was granted sick lenve, he may be allowed to take such
vacation leave with full salary and so reduce the period of
sick leave on half salary provided however that the maxi-
mum period of twelve months is not exceeded.
(5) Sick leave beyond an aggregate of twelve months
in any period of four years or less will only be granted in
exceptional circumstances and with the approval of the
Administrator. Should sick leave be grged beyond this
aggregate, the Commission may, .in its discretion, grant
such further extension of sick leave either with half salary
or without salary.









83. MEDICAL BOARDS AND MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS.
The Commission may at any time call upon a teacher to
submit himself to examination by such Medical Officer or
such Medical Board as the Administrator may designate for
the purpose. Where a teacher has been on sick leave for a
continuous period of three months, he will be required to
submit himself for examination by a Medical Board. Sub-
sequent examination may be required after consideration of
the first report of the Medical Board.
54. SICK LEAVE OUTSII)E THE COLONY. Sick leave will
not normally be granted to be spent outside the Colony.
Where, however a teacher is certified by a Medical Board
of a Government. Medical Officer as being incapacitated by
bodily or mental or mental infirmity or following serious
illness, or where it is recommended that a teacher should
seek medical or surgical treatment not available in the
Colony, and if the Medical Board or Government Medical
Officer so recommends, the teacher will be granted sick
leave in accordance with General Order 51 (3) and (4).
Arrangements will be made for him to undergo further
medical examination as necessary in the country to which he
proceeds and for reports on his progress to be rendered.
Leave passages may be granted in accordance with General
Order 64.
55. TEACHERS FALLING ILL WHILE ON VACATION
LEAVE. Should a teacher fall ill while on vacation leave,
such periods of illness will be counted against vacation leave.
Should, however, an extension of the vacation leave be
necessary on medical grounds on the expiration of the
v ication leave foir which the teacher is eligible, such
extensions will be regarded as sick leave and dealt with in
accordance with GeneralOrder 51 (3) and (4). In these
cases, a teacher may be required to furnish from time to
time reports by a registered medical practitioner.
56. STUDY LEAVE. (1) A teacher selected for a train-
ing course in accordance with regulations made under the
Ordinance will receive full salary and such allowances as
may be approved from time to time.
(2) A teaceB r undertaking any course of study with
the approval of le Commission will be required to ultilize
for this purpose the vacation leave for which he is eligible and
he may, if necessary be granted additional study leave with
full salary hup to a maximum of six months to enable him









to complete the course. Should the combined period of
vacation leave devoted to the course and study leave prove
insufficient to enable the teacher to complete the course of
study, he may be granted a further period of study leave
with half pay not exceeding twelve months.

57. BONDS. (1) Where a teacher is selected for a
training course under General Order 56 (1) subject to the
execution of a bond by the teacher and one or more sureties
undertaking that the teacher shall remain in teaching service
for a period of not less than three years after the expiration
of the course, or in default, to pay to the Government such
sum or sums as may be provided in the bond.

(2) Where the study leave applied for exceeds six
months, the grant of study leave under General Order 56 (1)
will be subject to the execution of a bond by the teacher
and one or more sureties undertaking that the teacher
shall remain in the teaching service for a period of not
less than three years after the expiration of the course,
or in default, to pay to the Government such sum or sums as
may be provided in the bond.

58. MATERNITY LEAVE. (1) Married women teachers
other than temporary teachers will be eligible f,,r the giant
of maternity leave in accordance with this General Order.
Maternity leave is not counted as sick leave and sick leave is
not granted for maternity purposes.

(2) Three months maternity leave commencing ap-
proximately two months before the estimated date of con-
finement must be taken by all married women teachers.
Applications for maternity leave should be forwarded
through the Manager to the Cogmission three months
before the estimated date of confinement and should be
accompanied by a medical certificate stating that the teacher
is pregnant and requires leave and giving the estimated date
of confinement.

(3) For maternity purposes a married women teacher
will be required to take the vacation leave with full pay for
which she is eligible at the time, and may be granted
additional maternity leave with full salarydr a period not
exceeding one month. Any further leave required to
complete three months will be granted on half pay. Should
the Medical practitioner certify that she is not fit to resume









duty at the end of the maternity leave she may be granted
additional maternity leave without salary, provided that her
total absence, either with full or no salary does not exceed
six months.
59. SPECIAL LEAVE. (1) Special leave of absence
during term time may be granted to teachers for urgent
private affairs or in the public interest. Application for
such leave should be made in writing through the Manager
to the Commission and the reasons why the absence cannot
be postponed to the weekend or a time when the school is
not working must be clearly explained and will, if desired,
be treated as confidential.
(2) Special leave will normally be granted for the
following reasons:-
(i) death of a spouse, child, parent or guardian,
brother -or sister;
(ii) serious illness in the family demanding the
teacher's personal assistance;
(iii) attending approved examinations;
(iv) attending approved conferences or meetings;
(v) to take part in sports competitions (counted as
part of vacation).
(3) In cases of immediate urgency Head Teachers may
grant leave of not more than two days on behalf of the
Manager but the final decision as to whether the leave
should be on full pay, half pay or no pay will rest with the
Commission.
60. LEAVE COUNTING FOR PENSION. Leave granted
on full pay or half pay bunts as pensionable service and as
qualifying service for pension purposes. Leave granted
without pay counts as qualifying service for pension as
defined in section 73 of the Ordinance and does not break
continuity of pensionable service; but it counts as pension-
able service only when granted on grounds of public policy
with the approval of the Administrator.
61. LEAVE WITHOUT PAY COUNTING FOR INCREMENTS.
Leave of absen% without pay will count for purposes of
increment hut not for pensions. Sick leave either with or
without pay for a continuous period of twelve months will not
count for purposes of increment.









62. Ex'IEN ON or VACATION LEAVE. (1) o teacher
who has been granted leave may remain absent from his post
beyond the period of leave granted to him unless be has
obtained prior approval.
(2) Such absence beyond the period of leave granted to
him without prior approval shall render the teacher liable
to disciplinary action.
63. LEAVE SPENT OUTSIDE THE COLONY. Any teacher
who has been granted leave and who intends to be absent
from the Colony for a period in excess of three days shall
inform the Commission through the Manager. Any teacher
who fails to do so shall be liable to disciplinary action.
64. LEAVE RETURNS. On the last day of each month
and of each term the Head Teacher shall submit a return
through the Manager to the Commission showing with
dates:-
(a) any Special Leave taker by a teacher and the
reason for such leave;
(b) any Sick Leave taken by a teacher.
65. PASSAGE AND BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE. Teachers
who are recruited from outside the Colony on first appoint-
ment or who are transferred from another Colony or who
leave the Colony on retirement to reside elsewhere, will be
eligible for passage and baggage allowance in accordance
with the General Orders in force for the Civil Service of the
Colony and subject to the approval of the Administrator.
66. LEAVE PASSAGES. Leave passages may be granted
to teachers on the terms and conditions laid down in the
General Orders in force for the Cifil Service of the Colony
and subject to the approval of the Administrator.
PART V.
MISCELLANEOUS.
67: PUPIL TEACHERS. Pupil teachers are appointed as
trainees for the teaching service and may be dismissed at
any time with two weeks notice in the discretion of the
Commission. Directions with regard to instruction that
they shall receive will be issued from time to time and
qualified teachers in a school may be required to assist in the
instruction of pupil teachers.









68. CORRESPONDENCE. (1) All correspondence to the
Commission should be addressed to the Education Officer
as Chairman of the Commission and should be forwarded
through the Head Teacher and the Manager.
(2) Correspondence with the Government on any
matter connected with service as a teacher should be for-
warded to the Education Officer through the Head Teacher
and the Manager for transmission to the Administrator,
except as provided in General Order 44.
69. COMMENCEMENT. These General Orders are deemed
to have come into operation on the ist day of January, 1960.
Made by the Primary Schools Commission this 15th
day of January, 1960.
NORWELL HARIIGAN,
Chairman.
Approved this 5th day of March, 1960.
G. J. BRYAN,
Administrator.








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PRIMARY SCHOOLS COMMISSION
Form Sl1
(G.O. 9) VIRGIN ISLANDS.

APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT IN THE TEACHING SERVICE
Form to be filled up by the Applicant in his or her own hand-
writing and returned to the Education Officer through the
Manager of the School in which the applicant seeks employment.
Date of Application................................................................
Name in full........................................................................;.
(Surname first in capitals)
Day and year of birth.......................Age last birthday.................
Place of birth............................................ ......................
Present address of candidate......................................................
Present occupation...................................................................
M arital status............................................................. ...........
Number of children................................... ........ ...................

APPOINTMENT DESIRED


Schools in order, giving dates of
entry and leaving


Qualification


Original certificates of any exami-
nation passed should be attached.
They will be returned.

Personal References
Give the names and addresses of
two referees.


They should be responsible per-
sons who know you well, either
in private life or in business, and
one at least should be well ac-
quainted with you in private life.

The names of relatives or of those
from whom you send testimonials
should not be given.


Name of Date of Date of
School Entry Leaving

Name of Date How
Examination Passed





Name
Address
Occupation
Period during which he
has known you


*


TESTIMONIALS: You should submit not more than four testimonials to cover as
far as possible your education and each subsequent stage of O r career. The original
testimonials and one copy of each should be sent. The former will be returned after
inspection. Copies may be in MS., in print, or typewritten.

Signature of Candidate................. ..... .....................................









PRIMARY SCHOOLS COMMISSION
Form S/2 (a)
(G. 0. 21) VIRGIN ISLANDS


ANNUAL CONFIDENTIAL REPORT
HEAD TEACHERS

1. To be filled in by the Teacher.
1. Full name anid date of birth

2. (a) Married or single

(b) Number of children

3. (a) Date of first appointment and School to which appointed

(b) Present substantive post and date of appointment to it

4. Present salary (if on scale, particulars should be given with date
of next increment), and other circumstances affecting value
of appointment
5. (a) Qualifications

(b) Any special courses of instructions taken during past year
6. Should opportunity arise, would you wish to be considered
for appointment in any other school


(Signature of Teacher.)


...... s ............. ................... (D ate)







fi

II. Assessment of Oapacity.

(To be completed by the Head Teacher)

Insert X in appropriate column


1. Physical fitness
2. Knowledge of school organi-
sation.
3. Ability to teach.
4. Interest-(Not only in her
own work but in the work of
the school and of education
generally).
5. Disciplinary powers.
6. Cooperations with other
a members of staff.
7. Ability to supervise staff.
8, Capacity to carry responsibi-
lity.
9. Initiative (Does she think
things out for herself? Does
she suggest fresh ideas? Does
she tackle a new task with
interest and enthusiasm?
10. Judgment-(Does she draw
sound conclusions from given
facts? Does she foresee possible
developments or repercus-
sions? Does she show a good
sense of perspective).
11. Conduct in school and out-
side.
12. Extra-curricular activities.
183 Relationship with parent
etc.
14. Ability to express herself
orally and in writing.


Out-
stand.
ing


General RInmarks (including suitability for more responsible
poots):


Poor


No opportu-
nity for
assessment


Good.


I--


Satisfac-
tory


SI


i


_1




__









II. Report by the Manager.

1. General conduct and personal characteristics (temperament,
energy, readiness to accept responsibility, etc.)
2. Ability (mental capacity, judgment, etc.)
3. Capacity for organization (including ability to get good work
from subordinates)
4. Ability to co-operate with other teachers
5. Relations with the public

6. Special aptitudes (if any)

7. General remarks (See notes 1 and 2)
8. Have any criticisms of the teacher's work or conduct which
are made in the above report been communicated to him.
(See notn 3).



........................... ................. (Date)



III. Report by Supervisor and/or Education Officer.


(Signature)

...................................... (D ate)


NOTBSIFOR THE GUIDANCE OF REPORTING OFFICERS


1. Every teacher has It weak points as well as his strong ones
and both should be described as it is equally important for the teacher
and the Teaching Service that both should be recognized.
2. The "General Remarks are most important and Managers are
particularly asked to give a full, frank and considered statement.

3. It is important that teachers should normally be told of any
faults or shortcomings which result in adverse report. Managers are
personally responsible for carrying out this duty either at the time of
rendering the report or previously. If for any reason a Manager
considers that it wv d not b 0 in the interest of the teaching service or
the teacher concerned that an adverse comment should be brought to
his notice, the reason should be given in the answer to question 8 of
Part II of report.










PRIMARY SCHOOLS COMMISSION.
Form S/2 (b)
(G.O. 21) VIRGIN ISLANDS.

ANNUAL CONFIDENTIAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR 19......

(To be submitted not later than the 31st January)
ASSISTANT TEACHERS.
1. To be completed by the Teacher.
1. Full name:
(Surname in capitals)
2. Date of birth:
3. (a) Whether married or single
(b) Number of children
4. Qualifications:
5. Date of first appointment and school to which appointed:
(Not as Pupil Teacher)
6. Present substantive post and date of appointment to it:
7. (a) Present salary:
(b) Salary Seale:
(c) Incremental date:
8. Any course of instruction taken during the year:
9. Would you wish to be considered for appointment in another
school:


(Signature of Teacher)
.............................. (Date) *
I certify that I have informed......................................... in
writing of the defects recorded at Section II of the above report, as I
consider the defects to be capable of correction.


...................... .......... ......D ate......

MANAGER'S REPORT


Manager
REPORT BY SUPERVISOR AND/OR EDUCATION OFFICER










PRIMARY SCHOOLS COMMISSION
Form S/2
(G.O. 41) VIRGIN ISLANDS


INCREMENT CERTIFICATE

(To be submitted in duplicate)

Name of Teacher................................... ..............................

Classification...........................................School..................

Date of appointment to present grade.....................................

Salary Scale.........................................Present Salary.................

Increm ent due on................................................ .................



I certify that the abovenamed teacher has discharged
his/her duties with efficiency, diligence and fidelity
and I recommend that the increment be approved.


Head Teacher.

...................................... 19......


Manager.

.......................................19......

A approved ......................... .......... ....... .....
Chairman, Primary Schools
Commission.

........................ ............... 19......

(To be attached on first salary voucher on which increment
is claimed)







25

PRIMARY SCHOOLS COMMISSION
Form S/4
(G.0. 48) VIRGIN ISLANDS


EFFICIENCY BAR CERTIFICATE

(To be submitted in duplicate)

Nam e of Teacher........... ................ ............................... ...

Classification............................................................................

Date of appointment to present grade.......................................

Salary Scale.................................. Present Salary...................

Due to reach efficiency bar on...................................................

I certify that.................................................... has the

qualifications, efficiency and general suitability for advance-
ment and I accordingly recommend that he/she should be
permitted to proceed beyond the efficiency bar at the point
of $...................per annum in the salary scale shown above.


Head Teacher.


Manager.


Approved Chairman, Primary Schools
Commission.















Printed at the Government Printing Office, Antigua, L ard Islands,
by EARL PIOOTT, Government Printer.-By Auiority.
1961.
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