.,Iublti)eo by 23utboritv.
THURSDAY, 12TH APRIL, 1951.
The Governor has been p
appoint WILLIAM FRANCIS
Esq., to be an unofficial m
the Executive Council of A
until the 15th day of Septemi
Colonir l Secretary's Offire,
at A nligua.
7th April, 1951.
The Governor has been
appoint Dr. C. N. GRIFFI
and V. S. BROOKS, Esq. to b
of the Peace and Visiting J
the Prison, in and for the P
of St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla.
Colonial Secretary's Office
11h April, 1951.
The Administrator of Ar
been pleased to re-appoint I
BIRD and Mr. A FRANCIS to
missioners for the City of
for a period of one year fro
April, 1951 and Mr. A. E.
M.B.E. from the t;th April,
2nd April, 1951.
M.P. No. A. 185.
The Administrator of Ar
been pleased to re-appoint
S. T. CHRISTIAN, O. B.E., B.;
to be Chairman of the City
aioners for the City of St. J
period of one year as from
31st March, 1951.
M.P. No. A.185.
It is hereby notified for g
formation that before any
shipped for exportation the
is required to lodge with the
the necessary export entry c
all particulars (Section 25 of
Revenue Ordinance No. 8 o
Failure to comply with the provi-
sions of the law the exporter is liable
on conviction to a severe penalty.
EDWIN A. THOMPSON,
Appointments and transfers, etc,
in the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
BURNHAM, V. R. A., Assistant Su-
perintendent of Police, Antigua,
pleased to transferred to St. Kitts. Apr. 1
e Justices EDWARDS, L. C., Acting Federal
justices of Labour Officer, appointed Acting
residency Labour Commissioner, Antigua.
HALLPIKE J. M., Chief Sanitary
Inspector and Clerk to the Country
Board of Health, Antigua, to act
City Clerk. Antigua, May 25 to July
itigua has KELSICK, T. H., Assistant Superin-
Ion. V. C. tendent of Police, St. Kitts, trans-
be Corn- ferred to Antigua. Mar. 27
im the 1st MAGUIRE, W. L., City Clerk, Antigua,
PETERS, on overseas leave, April 12 to July
1951. 29 inclusive.
TAYLOR, A. Mc P., Principal, City
Commissioners Department, Anti-
gua, to act City Clerk, Antigua,
April 12 to May 24 inclusive.
itigua has OONFIRMATION OF ORDINANOBS.
A., LL.M., N.
ohn for a The Secretary of State for the
the 6th of Colonies has informed the Governor
that the KING will not be advised to
exercise his power of disallowance of
the undermentioned Ordinances of the
Legislature of St. Christopher-Nevis:-
No. 8 of 1950 "The Hotels Aid
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1950 ".
No. 10 of 1950 The Parcels Tax
general in- Ordinance, 1950".
Exporter No. 11 of 1950 "The Travelling
Treasurer Agents and Pedlars Licences Ordi-
ontaining nance, 1950 ".
f 1900 as No. 12 of 1950 The Traders Tax
Ordinance, 1950 ".
Government has recently received
a comprehensive report of the unem-
ployment survey undertaken at the
request of the Unemployment Com-
mittee by Dr. SIMON ROTTENBERG,
Ph.D. (Econ.) Director of the Labour
Relations Institute of the University
of Puerto Rico, in consultation with
Miss NORA SIFFLEET, B.Sc. Econo-
mist of the University College of Ihe
2. The Committee appointed by
His Honour the Administrator to
consider the problem of unemploy-
ment and make recommendations in
connection therewith, recognized iii
the early stages of its deliberations
that the availability of reliable statis-
ticial data of unemployment was a
necessary precedent to the considera-
toin of remedial measures and obtain-
ed Government's approval for the
undertaking of a Survey in July-
August last year.
3. The Survey schedules were
forwarded to Puerto Rico where, with
the assistance of mechanical equip-
ment, the data was duly coded and
tabulated under the guidance of Dr.
ROTTENBERG who recently submitted
a most valuable and interesting report.
4. As soon as copies of the report
are available the Unemployment
Committee will study the data and
proceed to draft its report for submis-
sion to Government.
5. The information contained in
the report of the survey also has very
important bearing on the report of
the Committee appointed to examine
the possibility of the introduction in
Antigua of a contributory scheme for
Unemployment and Health Insurance
and Old Age Pensions. This Com-
mittee will also study the report on
the unemployment survey before
submitting its recommendations.
9th April, 1951.
Ref. No. A. 7156.
No. 2 L
THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZET
Executive Engineers, Works
and Hydraulics Department,
Trinidad and Tobago.
Applications are invited by the
Government of Trinidad and Tobago
for two posts of Executive Engineer,
Works and Hydraulics Department.
The posts are pensionable and the
salary will be in the scale of $3120-
120-$3840-240-$5760 per annum.
A commencing salary above the min-
imun may be paid to the candidates
selected if their experience, qualifica-
tions or war service warrant it. Ap-
pointments will be on probation for
two years in the first instance. In
other respects the appointments will
be subject to the Colonial regulations
and the local Civil Service Regula-
tions and Instructions.
The duties attaching to the post of
Executive Engineer are as follows:
To lake charge of all works on main-
tenance and construction of buildings,
roads and bridges of an important
territorial district and to be respons-
ible for the full technical, administra-
tive, financial and disciplinary con-
trol of the district.
Candidates should possess one of
the following professional qualifica-
tions: Corporate Membership of the
Institution of Civil Engineers, or a
Diploma or Degree exempting from
Sections A and B of the Associate
Membership Examination of the In-
stitution of Civil Engineers with at
least tw.) (2) years post graduate
experience on major civil engineer-
In the case of an overseas officer,
the conditions of employment include:
(a,) Provision of furnished quar-
ters for which a rental of 10% of
salary subject to a maximum of
$50 per mouth is payable or in
lieu of quarters payment of a house
allowance equivalent to the differ-
ence between rental paid for pri-
vately owned house and 10% of
officer's monthly salary plus r,% of
estimated value of furniture, sub-
ject to a maximum of $50 per
month for a married officer, and
$20 per month for an unmarried
(b) Free first class passages on
first appointment for the officer and
his family not exceeding five per-
sons in all. Subject to review at
any time and not as a permanent
right--of the officer, free passage
on leave after a prescribed mini-
mum tour not exceeding the cost
of normal sea passages to the
United Kingdom for the officer,
his wife and children subject to
a maximum of three adult fares.
(c) Payment of outfit allowance
of $288.00 to officers from non-
tropical countries on first appoint-
The successful candidates will be
required to pass a medical examina-
tion. They may also be required to
serve and reside anywhere in the
Colony at the Governor's discretion.
Applications should be submitted
to the Colonial Secretary, Red House,
Port of Spain, to reach him not later
than 30th April, 1951. Certified
copies and not originals of testimonials
should be submitted.
Acting Colonial Secretary.
In the Supreme Iourt of the
Windward Islands and
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of Rules made by the Chief
Justice under Section 16 of the
Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands (Courts) Order in Council,
1939, and duly approved as therein
provided on the 16th (lay of October,
A.D. 1941, His Honour the Chief
Justice selected for the sitting of the
Court in the Antigna Circuit has
appointed the day of the month on
which the ensuing Circuit Court shall
sit as follows, that is to say:-
The Antigua Circuit on Wednesday
the 23rd (lay of May, 1951, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon.
Dated the 12th day of April, 1951.
N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of the Supremo Court.
Radio and Public Address
The Government of Montserrat
invites tenders for the purchase of
the following equipment:
3 hermetically sealed in original
containers and cases.
1 slightly used; tested and in sound
2 used; tested and in sound work-
1-6' Speaker, 2-5 ohm voice
coil, matching AR88 receivers in
finish of metal box baffle and voice
Spare Parts for AR88 Receivers.
Two cartons (of 43 cubic feet) con-
taining sets of spare parts originally
supplied by the makers for the ser-
vicing of six receivers.
TE. [12 April, 1951.
Spare Tubes for AR88 Receivers.
22 sets R.C.A. tubes, each set con-
taining the following:
Public Address Amplfiers-R.C.A.
3 Amplifiers complete with tubes,
output maximum 21 watts, unused
but with all paper condensers (made
defective by storage) replaced; tested
and in sound working condition.
Spe)eakers with Directional B t, --
R.C.A. M1 I 6257-2.
3 Speakers designed for mounting
out-of-doors, two in makers original
sealed containers, one slightly used
but in sound working condition.
librator Power Supplirs-R.C.A.
M 95571-1 (6 ,oll).
8 Vibrator Power Supply Units
with output of 90 milliamps. at 300
volts-unused. Complete with vibra-
The following are included: 12
Antenna Johnson No. 107; 48 Stand
Off, Johnson No. 20; 12 Lead-in
Tubes, X ".
Aerial, 7 strands No. 20 B & S Cop-
per, 420 feet.
Solid Single Conductor No. 14
B & S, 420 feet.
2. Tenders should preferably be
for the purchase of all the above-
listed equipment but tenders for the
purchase of equipment in lots as
listed below will also be considered.
LOT 1: Receivers; Spare Parts for
Receivers; 6' Speaker.
LOT 2: Spare Tubes.
LOT 3: Amplifiers; Speakers with
LOT 4: Vibrator Power Supply
LOT 5: Porcelain Insulators.
LOT 6: Wire.
3. The equipment is open to in-
spection by arrangement with the
Commissioner of Montserrat.
4. Tenders should be submitted in
sealed envelopes marked Tender for
Radio Equipment" and addressed to
The Commissioner, Montserrat, B.W.I.
All such tenders should be despatched
in time to be received not later than
the 15th May, 1951. The Govern-
THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.
ment of Montserrat does not bind
itself to accept the highest or any
J. E. T. ROBERTS,
Montserrat, B. I.T.
30th March, 1951.
PRESIDENCY OF ST. CHRIS-
TOPHER NEVIS AND
Land Acquisition Act, No. 11 of 1944.
Declaration under section 3 of
the above Act.
It is hereby declared that the
Governor in Council, with the appro-
val of the Legislative Council of Saint
Christopher Nevis and Anguilla, con-
siders that the land ,lihcribed in the
schedule hereto should be requiredd
for a public purpose, namely the
erection of a school.
All that lot of land being a portion
of Douglas Estate in the Parish of
St. George in the above Presidency
(also a part of the land described in
plan No. 376) containing approxi-
mately 10.1 acres and abutted and
bounded on the north by other lands
of the said Douglas Estate nnd measur-
ing on that side 1018 feet, on the
south by Warner Park and measuring
on that side 1012 feet, on the east by
a public road and measuring on that
side 450 feet, and on the west by
lands of the St. Kitts Lawn Tennis
Club and measuring on that side
456 feet, according to a plan of the
said lot of land as prepared by
H. Lambert Esq,, Licensed Surveyor,
and dated the 21st day of March,
1951, which said plan may be seen
at His Honour the Administrator's
Office, Basspterre, at any time during
Dated the 28th day of March, 1951.
VINCENT F. BYRON,
Clerk to the Exrcutive Council.
Central Experiment Station,
1947. 1948, 1949. 1950. 1951.
3'97 2?'2 1'50 5"41 3"60
*57 '57 207 252 188
*59 1.89 552 1-58 109
'30 .10 1'92 '06
5'13 5'58 9-19 11-43 6-63
Colony of the Leeward Islands.
PRESIDENCY OF ANTIGUA.
REGISTRY OF TITLES.
Title by Registration Act.
SCHEDULE OF APPLICATION
For Certificate of title, and noting thereon, and caveats, for the week ending the 7th day of
Date of Request.
5th April, 1951.,
GRACE THOMAS of Bishopgate
Street, in the City of Saint John,
in the Island of Antigua.
Nature of request, whether for Certificate of
Title or Noting thereon or Caveat.
Certificate of title for all that piece or parcel of
land situate in Bishopgate Street and bounded
On the East by lands of JAMES JOSEPH and
measuring on the said East side Fifty one feet
(5i') on the West by lands of CARTY and
ARM\'rRONG and measuring on the said West
side Fifty one feet (511) on the North by lands
of BROWN and measuring on the said North
side Twenty eight feet (28') on the south by
Bishopgate Street and measuring on the said
South side Twenty eight feet (28').
Anyone who objects to the issue of the Certificate of Title as applied for must within twenty-
one (21) days from the first publication of this notice enter a Caveat at the office of the Registrar of
Titles for the Antigua Circuit.
Dated the 10th day of April, 1951.
N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of Titles.
12 April, 1951.]
THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.
ORDER OF COMPETENT AUTHORITY.
Order made by the Competent Authority for the Presidenoy of Antigua under Regulation 50
of the Defence Regulations, 1939, as having effect by virtue of the Supplies and Services
(Transitional Powers) Act, 1945, the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers) (Colonies
etc.) Order in Council, 1946, (Imp.) the Supplies and Services (Transitional Powers)
Order, 1946, and the Supplies and Services Continuance Order, 1950 (Imp.).
No. 10 of 1951
DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.
1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Control of Prices (Amendment No. 10)
Order, 1951, and shall be read together with the Control of Prices Order, 1944 (No. 9/1944), as
amended, hereinafter referred to as the Principal Order.
2. Amendment. List A of Part I of the Schedule to the Principal Order is hereby
amended as follows:-
(i) by the deletion of sub-items 9 (d), 9 (e), 9 (f), 17 (b), aind item 38 and the substitu-
tion therefore of the sub-items and item bearing similar respective numbers as set
out in the Schedule hereto:
(ii) by the deletion of sub-item 34 (b).
List "A "-Foodstufts, etc.
9. Fish, Imported-
17. Meat, canned-
(b) Canned beef with cereal
. 10 2.
... 4 0.
per brl. of 200 lb.
8. per case of 48- 12 oz. tins
... 7/4 per lb.
1/3 per lb.
1/111 per tin
7d. per oz.
Dated the 10th (lay of April, 1951.
R. ST. J. O. WAYNE,
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLACKMAN
Government Printer.-By Authority.
[12 April, 1951.