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THE LEEWARD ISLAND '1


GAZETTE

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VOL. LXXVIX.


THURSDAY, 12TH JULY, 1951.


Notices.


It is herely notified for general
information that, pending the issue
of His Majisty's Exequatur, Lieuten-
ant Colonel NJTUCETE has been accord-
ed provisi,,nal recognition as Vene-
zuelan Council-General at Trinidad
with jurisdiction including Antigua,
St. Kitts-Nevis, Montserrat and the
Virgin Islands.

The Secretariat,
Antigua,
10th July, 1951.
No.19/000(1.

The Governor has been pleased to
appoint Mr. ARTHUR ALPHONSO
CAINES to be an Income Tax Com-
missioner, Virgin Islands, from 4th
July, 1951.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Leeward Islands,
at Antigua.
6th July, 1951.
C.S.O. M.P. P.F. 252.

It is notified for general informa-
tion that the Secretary of State has
approved of a grant of $26400
from Colonial Development and
Welfare Funds to meet the cost of
erecting two primary schools in rural
areas. One of the schools is to replace
a school at Swetes which is rapidly
falling to pieces and is beyond repair,
which accommodates 350 children
and is seriously overcrowded. The
other is to provide accommodation
for 200 children in a village in the
Sea View Farm area, at present with-
out a school, where the children have
to walk many miles to attend schools
in neighboring villages.
Work on these two schools will
begin within the next few weeks.

Administrator's O fice,
Antigua,
7th July, 1951.
Ref. No. A. 66/14.



to 74

e3lf70C7


It is notified for general informa-
tion that a Co-operative Course spon-
spored by the Extra-Mural Depart-
ment of the University College of the
West Indies and The Jamaica Co-
operative Development Council will
be given in Jamaica from 6th to 16th
August, 1951.
The cost for this course, including
tuition and board and lodging, is 10
sterling, and arrangements are being
made for students from outside
Jamdica to arrive a week earlier, so
that opportunity can be provided for
them to visit various cooperative
societies and projects-in the island.
Further information, apart from the
syllabus of a Cooperatives Course,
which may be seen, on application,
in this office, can be obtained from
Mr. A. A. CARNEY, Secretary, Jamai-
ca Co-oprative Development Coun-
cil, 74., Hanover Street, Kingston,
Jamaica.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua,
7th July, 1951.
Ref. No. A. 23/9.

Telephones subscriptions for the
quarter ending 30th September, 1951,
are due and payable as from 1st July
and if they are not paid on or before
the 15th July, subscribers will be
disconnected without- further notice.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.
5th July, 1951.
A. 619.

No. 59.

Appointments and transfers, etc.,
in the public service, with effect from
the dates stated, are published for
general information:-

McDoNALD, Dr. A.. District Medical
Officer. St. Kitts-Nevis, to be Dis-
trict Medical Officer, St. John's,
South District (No. 3), Antigua.
June 16
ROSANELLI, Dr. J. D., District Medi-
cal Officer, Leeward Islands, to be
Temporary Medical Officer, Wind-
ward District (No. 4) Antigua.
June 18


CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.,


No. 60.
The Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies has informed the Governor that
the KING will not be advised to
exercise his power of disallowance of
the following Ordinances:-

St. Kitts-Nevis and Anguzlla.

No. 2 of 1951, The Public Health
Ordinance, 1950."
C.S.O. M.P. 47/00098.

St. Kilts-Nevis

No. 8 of 1949 The General Loan
and Stock (Amendment) Ordinance,
1949 "

Montsei ? at.

No. 4 of 1951, The Vehicles and
Road Traffic Ordinance, 1950."
C.S.O. M.P. 47/00081.


No. 61.

The Governor has been pleased,
this day, to assent to the under-
mentioned Ordinance of the Legisla-
tive Council of the Presidency of St.
Kitts-Nevis:-
No. 3 of 1951, The Liquor Licence
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1951."

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Leeward Islands,
at Antigua.
4th July, 1951.


No. 62.
The following Statutory Rule and
Order is circulated with this Gazette
and forms part thereof:-

Antigua.
No. 5 of 1951, "The Plant Pro-
tection Regulations, 1951."


No. 40.


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THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.


PRESIDENCY OF ST. CHRIS-
TOPHER NEVIS AND AN-
GUILLA.

Land Acquisition Act, 1944.

Declaration Required by Section 3.

It is hereby declared that the
Governor in Council with the approval
of the Legislative Council of Saint
Christopher Nevis and Angnilla, con-
siders that the lands described in the
schedule hereto should be acquired
for public purposes, namely, the
extension of a recreation ground and
providing entrance to other Govern-
ment Lands.

SCHEDULE

All that lot of land situate to the
north-west corner of W:trner Park in
the parish of St. George in the above
Presidency formerly used as a recrea-
ation ground for the pupils of Mrs.
G. P. BOON'S school containing ap-


proximately one acre and abutted and
bounded on the north by lands of the
St. Kitts Lawn Tennis Club and lands
of Douglas Estate, on the south by
Warner Park and measuring on that
side approximately 269'8 feet, on the
east by Warner Park and measuring
on that side approximately 190-2 feet,
and on the west by Victoria Road and
measuring on that side approximately
232 feet.

Dated the 18th day of June, 1951.

VINCENT F. BYRON,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

Mr. R. E. KELSICK. the Agricul-
tural Superintendent, has been ap-
pointed the Authorised Officer for
the purposes of the Land Acquisition
Act, 1944.

Dated the 18th day of June, 1951.

VINCENT F. BYRON,
Clerk to the Erecutive CIuncil.


RAINFALL FIGURES.


Central Experiment Station,

Antigua.


1950. 1951.


January 3-97 2-82 150 5"41 3-60
February -57 -57 2'07 2-52 1.88
March '59 1'89 5 52 158 1.09


April
May
June


*67 '59 3 54 244 2.16
3-34 2'80 198 206 10.54
1r49 33:8 3135 1f 2.74


July 7th '18 02 -04


73 '33


10'81 12'07 18 0,) I;'40 22.34


ANTIGUA SAVINGS BANK.

Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at 31st March, 1951.


LIABILITIES.

To Balance at credit of Depositors as
at 31st March, 1951
Reserve Account
Revenue Interest Account
Sale of Pass Books Account


ASS
$ c.

651297.Sd By Investments Account
1213.68 Treasury Advance Account
7408.23
1.44

659921.21


Account of Deposits and Withdrawals for the quarter ended 31st March, 1951.


DEPOSITS.

To Balance at Credit of Depositors as
at 31st December, 1950
Deposits received
Interest Credited to Depositors


$ c.

... 1215.46
... 76166.12
... 9.73

727391.31


WITHDRAWALS.
$ c.
By Balance at credit of Depositors as
at 31st March, 1951 ... 651297.86
Withdrawals ... 7t693.45


727391.31


EDWIN A. THOMPSO~N,

JMa nager,
Savings Bank.
27th June, 1951.


ETS.


$ c.

... 658405.94
1515.27




6;59921.21


150


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12 July, 1951.]


THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

Colony of the Leeward Islands.
PRESIDENCY OF ANTIGUA.
Title by Registration Act. (Cap. 99)


REGISTER OF TITLES.


ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.


SCHEDULE OF APPLICATIONS
For Certificate of title, and noting thereon, and caveats, for the week ending the 16th day of
June, 1951.


Date of Request.


9)th day of June,
1951.


Person Presenting.


Josephi Samuel Clifford IMartin of
Ovals in the City of Saint John
in the Island of Antigua by his
Solicitor, John Rowan Henry of
Chambers, Church 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 Tide for ALL THAT piece or
parcel of laud situate at Bishopgate Street in
the City of Saint John in the Island of Antigua
containing 4,657 square feet all as the same are
delineated in the plan of the said land dated the
11th day of June, 1949 and drawn by Ernest
Alexander Govia, Licensed Surveyor.


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 Registry of
Titles for the Antigua Circuit.


Dated the 30th day of June. 1951.


N. A. BERRIDGE,
Registrar of Titles.


ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leewarl ITlaind, oy E M. BLACIvMAN
Government Printer.-By Authority.
1951.


11Price 7d.]











LEEWARD


ISLANDS.


ANTIGUA.

STATUTORY RULES AND OR.DERS.
1951, No. 5.

THE PLANT PROTECTION REGULATIONS, 1951, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR
IN COUNCIL UNDER SECTIONS 15 AND 17 OF THE PLANT PROTECTION
ORDINANCE, 1941 (No. 14 of 1941).

1. Short Title. These Regulations may be cited as the Plant
Protection Regulations, 1951.
2. Prohibition of Importation. It is hereby prohibited
absolutely to import into the Presidency the articles mentioned in the
first column of the First Schedule to these Regulations from the coun-
tries mentioned in the second column of the said Schedule.
3. Restriction of Importation. It is hereby prohibited
to import into the Presidency the articles mentioned in the first column
of the Second Schedule to these Regulations from the countries
mentioned in the third column of the said Schedule except upon the
conditions specified in the second column of the said Schedule.
4. Cancellation of Proclamations. The proclamations
dated respectively the 13th day of September, 1937, (S. R. & ). 1937,
No. 11) and the 15th day of Septenmber, 1939, (S. R. & 0. 1939;
No. 24) are hereby cancelled.

5. Revocation. The Plant Protection (Amendment of Pro-
clamation) Regulations, 1949 (S. R. & 0. 1950, No. 1) are hereby
revoked..
THE FIRST SCHEDULE.
Articles absolutely prohibited.


Articles prohibited from importation.

(a) The fruit of the banana



(b) All fruit and plants of the citrus
family and parts of such frnit and
plants.


SCountries and places from which
importation prohibited.

All countries and places except the
United States of America, Gunadloupe,
the Colony of Dominica and t!ic other
i binds of the Leeward Islands Colony.
Cubat, Haiti, Santo Domingo, Jamaica,
the United States of America and the
Pominion of Australia except the S'ate
oio Tasmania.












THE FIRST SCHEDULE-(cont'd).

Articles absolutely prohibited.


Articles prohibited from importation.


(c) All other fruits
except (i) plantains
(ii) nuts
(iii) dried, canned, candied or
other processed fruits.


(d) All vegetables
except (i) onions
(ii) Irish potatoes
(iii) canned or processed
vegetables.

(e) Pimento and the Bay Tree
(Pimento Acris).

(f) Cotton seed, cotton seed hulls, cake
and mfoal and other cotton seed
products, seed cotton, cotton lint
and any part of the cotton plant
and any other malvaceous plant
and any part thereof.

(g) Fertilizers and stock feeds contain-
ing cotton seed meal.

(h) Pillows and bedding material con-
taining s;e d cotton, cotton lint or
any pa t of the cotton plant.

(i) All Agricultural produce in bags.

(j) Second-hand empty bags and
baling material.

(k) Packages, containers and coverings
which contain or are reasonably
suspected to have contained any of
the articles specified in item (f)
hereof.

(1) Personal baggage and effects of any
description which contain or are
reasonably suspected to have con-
tained any of the articles specified
in item (f) hereof.


Countries and places fromi which
importation prohibited.

The Dominion of Australia except the
State of Tasmania, the Bahamas, Ber-
muda, British Guiana, and all other
countries and places except the British
Isles. Canada, the British West Indies
and the United States of America.


ditto.




Jamaica.


Cuba, Haiti, and Santo Domingo.






ditto.


ditto.



ditto.

ditto.


ditto.

ditto.



ditto.


__











THE FIRST SCHEDULE-(cont'd.)

Articles absolutely prohibited.


Articles prohibited from importation.


(m) Phrsonal baggage and effects of any
description which have been in
contact with or in close proximity
to other baggage, cargo, produce or
articles of any description infected
or reasonably suspected to be in-
fected with the cotton boll weevil.
(Anthonomus grandis Boheman).

(n) Articles which have formed part
of the cargo of a ship another part
of the cargo of which has been
found to be infected or is reason-
ably suspected to be infected with
the cotton boll weevil.
(Anthonomus grandis Boheman).

(o) Soil.






(p) Plants and parts of plants of "Maga",
(Thespesia grandiflora PDC).

(q) Sunflower seed.


Countries and places from which
importation prohibited.

All countries and places.








ditto.







Bahamas, Bermuda, British Guiana, Trin-
idad and all other countries except the
.British Isles, Canada, the other islands
of the British West Indies not in this
paragraph mentioned, and the United
States of America.

All countries and places.


All countries and places in South Ameri-
ca.


THE SECOND SCHEDULE.

Articles prohibited conditionally.


Articles.


(a) Sugar cane, sugar cane
seedlings and plants,
and all parts of the
sugar cane.


Conditions of importation.


Under licence granted by
the Agricultural Super-
intendent.


(b) All living material ditto.
(other than seeds) of
plants of the family
Gramineas (Grasses).


Country and places.'


All countries and places.




All countries and places.













THE SECOND SCHEDULE-(cont'd).
Articles prohibited conditionally.


Articles.
(c) B aana plants and
parts of banana plants.


(d) Cotton seed, cotton
lint, seed cotton and
all packages, cover-
ings, containers, bags
and othnr articles and
things which have
been used as packing,
coverings, containers,
or bags for any cotton
seed, cotton lint or
seed cotton.
(e) Spronted coconuts.





(f) All plants of the citrus
family and parts of
such plants





(g) All fruit of the citrus
family and parts of
such fruit.






(h) Soil and plants grow-
ing in soil.



(i) All other fruit
except-
(i) plaintains
(ii) nuts
(iii) dried, canned, can-
died, or other pro-
cessed fruits.


Conditions of importation.
Under licence grated by
the Agricultural Super-
intendent.

Under licence granted by
the Agricultural Snper-
intendent. ;ind subject to
fumigation of any cotton
seed, bags and packages
immediately on landing.





Under licence granted by
the Agricultural Super-
tendent.



ditto.







ditto.








Under licquce granted by
the Agricultural Super-
intendent and subject to
fumigation immediately
on landing.
To be accompanied by a
certificate of origin from
a responsible authority
stating that such fruit
was not grown in a
country or plac, from
whence its importation
is prohibited.


Country and places.
All countries and places.



All countries and places
other than Cuba, Haiti
and Santo Domingo.








Trinidad, St. Vincent, St.
Lucia, Grenada, Cuba,
Jamaica, and all parts of
Central & South Ameri-
ca.

All countries and places
other than Cuba. Haiti,
Santo Domingo, Jamai-
ca, the United States of
America & the Domin-
ion of Australia except
the State of Tasmania.

All countries and places
other than Cuba, Haiti,
Santo Domingo, Jamai-
ca, the United States of
America, British Virgin
Islands and the Domin-
ion of Australia except
the State of Tasmania.


countries and places.


The British Isles, Canada,
British West Indies, the
State of Tasmania and
the United States of
America.









5

THE SECOND SCHEDULE--(cont'd.)

Articles prohibited conditionally.


Articles.


(j) All vegetables except-
(i) onions
(ii) Irish potatoes
(iii) canned or pre-
served vegetable,.




(k) Animal manure



(1) Vegetable and flower
seeds.







(m) All Agricultural pro-
duce in bags.


Conditions of importation.


To be accompanied by a
certificate of origin from
a responsible authority
stating that such fruit
was not grown in a
country or place from
whence its importation
is prohibited.

Under licence granted by
the Agricultural Super-
intendent.

Under licence granted by
the Agricultural Super-
intendent and subject to
being accompanied by a
Plant Sanitation Certifi-
cate from a responsible
authority in the export-
ing country.

Under licence granted by
the Agricultural Super-
intendent and subject to
fumigation immediately
on landing.


Country and places.


The British Isles, Canada,
British West Indies, the
State of Tasmania and
the. United States of
America.




ditto.



ditto.








Santo Domingo.


Made by the Governor in Council this 28th day of June, 1951.

G. A. THIBOU,
Clerk of the Council.









ANTIGUA.
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BLAcKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
1951.


[Price 4d. ]


47/13-75-7.51.




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