RGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE.
oJPublished by cduthority.
VOL. II. THURSDAY, 2STH NOVEMBER, i57. No. 51.
Notices. 2. The final date for the receipt of Virgin Islalnds.
claimed has been extended to 1st April,
1958. "No. 9 of 1957 "The Animals
(Diseases, Importation and ExportaThe Secretory of State for the Administrator's Office, tion (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957.
Colonies has announced today in Antigua. Ref. No. 470Nov. 12
Parliament that on his appointment 12th November, 1957. No. 470273.
as Governor of Jamaica Sir KENNETH Ref No. A. 311294
BLACKBURNE has had to withdraw Income Tax Notice,
from the Chairmanship of the No. 139.
Chaguaramas Joint Commission and Seetion 75 of the Income Tax
that Sir CHARLES ARDEN-CLARKE. Appointments, transfers, etc., in Ordinance No. 13 of 1957.
the recently retired Governor-General the public service, with effect from of Ghana, has agreed to take his the dates stated, are published for 15. Any person engaged in any place. The representatives of the general information:- business by way of trade carrying a
United Kingdom, the United States stock in trade in excess of five hunand the future Federation of the West ARTHURTON, Miss S. E. M., Tempo- dred dollars or in any profession shall Indies have also been nominated and rary Non-Graduate Secondary keep in the English language proper as soon as the Government of Trinidad School Assistant (woman), ap- books of account sufficient to record have appointed their representative pointed Non-Graduate Secondary all transactions necessary in order to the Joint Commission will be ready Sohool Assistant, Montserrat. ascertain the gains and profits made or to start work. It is not possible at Jan. 7 the loss incurred in each such trade,
present to say how long the Commis- M. E. 450 business or profession, and any such
sion will take to report. person who fails to comply with the
sionCARROTT, Mrs. M. R. Certificated provisions of this section shall be
Chief Secretary's Otfice, Primary School Teacher Class II, guilty of an offence against this OrdiAnrigna. Virgin Islands, transferred and nance, ani in addition to any penalty
26th Nivember, 1957. appointed Certificated Primary incurred he shall be liable to pay any
School Teacher Class II with effect tax to which he may be assessed Ref. No. lIA/00005. from 1st September, 1957, ap- under the provisions of this Ordipointed Certificated Teacher Class I, niance.
Montserrat. Sept. 7
It is hereby notified for general in- MontserratIncome Tax Ofice, formation that His Excellency the M. E. 471t The Tieastry,
Governor has, by Instruments dated u
the 21st day of November, 1957, DYER, Miss J. A., appointed Assistant ANtivu ,
appointed the undermentioned to be Telephone Operator on probation. 18th Novembr, 1957. Nominated Members of the Legisla- Oct. 10
tive Council of the Colony of St. M.. Office of the Administrator of
GEOFFREY PEARL BOON OONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES Antioua,
GEOFFREY PEAR L BOON 25h November, 1957.
WILLIAM ARCHIBALD KELSICK 25h Noemer, 1957.
MILTON PENTONVILLE ALLEN. No. 140. In the matter of the Estate of
Secretariat, The Secretary of State for the RyOSE STAPLETON, ate of GreenAnti gua. Colonies has informed the Governor bay, in the City of Saint John in
23rd November, 1957. that the power of disallowance will the Island of Antigua, Deceased.
not be exercised in respect of the (Unrepresented)
undermentioned Ordinances:The Administrator of Antigua re- Take notice that creditors residing
cords with regret the death. on the Antigua. within the Colony are to come in and
18th November. 1957 of Mr. DONALD No. 9 of 1957, The Police Act prove their debts against the Estate of ASKA. Petty Officer Class III. Central No.9 of 1957, The Police Actthe above named deceased who died Board of Health, Antigua. (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957 in the Island of Antigua on the 23rd
Nov. 11 day of June, 1957, on or before the
Admini.,trator's Office. Mont serrat. 25th day of March, 1958; and that
Antigua. No. 10 of 1957, "The Animals creditors residing out of the Colony
21st November, 1957. (Diseases and Importation) (Amend- are to come in and prove their debts
Ref. A. E 3381. ment) Ordinance, 1957 ". against the said estate on or before
Nov. 12 the 25th day of July, 1958.
Ref. No. 47/00330.. In default of their so doing they
It is hereby notified for general will be excluded from any benefit
information that the time for the No. 14 of 1957 The Cotton (Levy) arising from such Estate. receipt of claims for compensation for (Amendment) Ordinance, 1957 ". victims of Nazi Aggression has been Nov. 12 CECIL O. BYRON,
further extended. Ref. 47/00499. Administrator of Estates.
_ A TPVH E ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [November 28, 1957
Office of the Administrator of NORTH SITRBET BISHOPGATE ALLEY
Estaies Winifred Scotland Jos e p h i n e Richards, Thomas
25th November, 1957. CHURCH STREET
Alfred & Una Zachariah POPEMHEAD STREET
In the Matter of the Unre- Adolphus Reynolds, George Samuel.
presented Estates Act, Cap. WILKENSON STREET
23. Estate of Joseph Reynolds ST. JOHNS LANE
Estate of Sarah James.
and POPESHEAD STREET Estate of Sarah James.
In the Matter of the Estate of Iola Alexander HOOD STREET
Alfred Bertie deceased. Brunella Benjamin, Joshua Thomas,
HAWKINS STREET James H. King.
pursuant to an order made by the Edith Edwards
Honourable Mr. Justice P. CECIL FORT RO D
LEWIs dated the 15th day of FORT ROAD Arthur Roberts, Nevillo Weston,
November. 1957, there will be H. Semper Gwendolyn George, Basil Saunders,
sold by public auction on the Cecil Kendall, Charles Brown, Rhoda
19th day of December, 1957 the NEVIS STREET Samuel, Vernon Samuel, Clarabel
Estate property described in the Charles Martin Williams.
schedule hereto which forms a RODNEY STREET CHURCH LANE
part of the Estate of the above Elvina Edmund. Heirs o a N
named deceased. Heirs of Edward King.
NELSON ST REET
Schedule. Joseph Lewis STREET OTTOS LANE
All that piece or parcel of land Lewis
known as plot No. 02 situate at Clare CECIL O. BYRON, Lawrence Jacobs and Monica
Hall Estate in the Parish of St. John Provost Marshal. Joseph, Elvina Edmund.
in the Island of Antigua containing NELSON STREET
an area df 6250 square feet and
bounded as follows that is to say on Provost Marshal's Qffice, Rachael James.
the North by Plot 03 on the South by Antiua,
Plot 01, on the East by the Public 11th November, 1957. CECIL O. BYRON,
Road and on the West by lands of NOTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN Provost Marshal.
Mrs. Sutherland, together with the NOTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN
wooden tenement erected thereon, that there will be sold oni the various the same being registered in the premises in the City of Saint John TRADE MARK'S OFFICE,
Register of Land Titles, Book V, hereafter named on Thursday, 12th TRADE MARK'S OFFICE,
Folio 193 December, 1957 at 12 o'clock noon, ANTIGUA, 15th November, 1957.
CECIL O. BYRON, the lands and tenements belonging to
Administrator of Estates. the persons whose names are set out CARRERAS LIMITED of Arcadia hereunder, the said premises having Works, Hamstead Road, London. been levied upon to satisfy the City N.W. have applied for Registration Provost Marshal's Office, Rate due thereon for the year 1957. ofn have applied for Registration of one Trade Mark consisting of the
Antigua DICKENSONBAY STREET following:25th November, 1957. John Lucas, Matilda Joseph,
Notice is hllerThy given that there Enlinis Christian, Augustus B. Davis
will be sold on the various premises (2), Kenneth Murdoch (2). e
in the City of St. John hereafter
named on Friday the 27th day of ST. GEORGE'S STREET
December, 1957 at 12 o'clock noon, Alexander Tonge, Estate of Charles the lands and tenements belonging to Davis, Edna V. Giran d, Foster the persons whose names are set out Matthew. hereunder, the said promises having ST. JOHN'S STREET
been levied upon to satisfy the City ST. JOHN'S STREET
Rate due thereon for the year 1957:- Estate of Henrietta irown, Ann Martin, Charles Isaac, Ellen John,
ATHILL STREET Charlotte Mathurin.
Mary McMaster BISHOPGATE STREET
ALFRED PETERS STREET. George H. Joseph (2), Selina
Rubth Warner Billinghurst, Henrietta John, William in Class 45 that is to say: Tobacco,
H. John, Heirs of Albert Barnard. whether manufactured or unmanuDICKENSONBAY STREET factured.
Agusta Davis, Gen. Josiah Samuel, NORTH STREET
Alfred O. Wallace, Kenneth Murdoch. Heirs of Daniel Peters, Henry The Applicants claim that they
Edwards. have not used the said Trade Mark in
ST. GEORGES STREET respect of the said goods before the
Estate of Sarah Henry NEWGATE STREEI' date of their said Application.
Samuel A. Joseph, K. A. Tully and
ST. JOHNs STREET H. P. Ritchie. Any person may within three
George Weston, A 1 exander months from the date of the first
Williams, Peter Emanuel Gonsalves, WAPPING STREET appearance of this Advertisement in
Estate of John Punter, Mary Samuel, Henry Edwards. the Antigua, Montserrat and VirSamuel Henry, Mitchell James, Est. gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
of Rachael James. MARINERS' LANE duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
Estate of J. P. Samuel Antigua, of opposition to registration
BISHOPGATE STREET of the said Trade Mark.
Laurine & Austin Edwards, Milli- WAPPING LANE
cent & Cyril James, James John, Florence Sebastian, Samuel Lavis- Cecil 0. Byron,
Fluresa Simpson, Ann Green, Theo. count, Caroline Isaac, Benjamin
A. Christopher. Lowen. Registrar of Trade Marks.
November 28, 1957] THE L.NT[GUA, Ma IMTSIAkAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 263
TI'tADE MARKS OFI'l('E, Any person may within three TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
months from the date of the first
ANTIGUA, 13th November, 1957. appearance of this Advertisement in ANTIGUA, 1st November, 1957.
the Antigua, Montserrat and VirTHE TEXAS COMPANY of 1 I3 l -.;nds Gaze/,,. give notice ii dupliEast. 42nd Street, Nev Yor&. U.S.A. cu.,te(, at the Trade Marks Oltlice, Anti- ('RISTR. THOMAS & BROS. have applied for Registration of sev(n uua, of opposition to registration of LIMITED of Unilever House, BlackTrade Marks consisting of the follow- the said Trade Mark. friars. London E.C.4. have applied
ing:- for Registration of one Trade Mark
CECIL O. BYRON, consisting of the following:(1)
Registrar of Trade Marks.
I R \ I)E MARKS OFFICE,
in class 417 that is to say: Gasoline ANTG 't ve 157.
(2) CHARLES E. FROSST & CO.of
A V O L IN E 350 Selby Street. West Mount, QueH. Canada have plied for Hegistr.aim of one Trade Mark consisting
in class 47 that is to say: Mot,,r of the lollowing:- in Class 48: that is to say: all goods
Lri.ting oil included in said Class 48.
(2) 2 2/o The Applicants claim that the said
Trade Mark in respect of the said
OETR X in Class 3 that is to say: Pharmnaceu- goods has not been in use in Antigua
tical preparations. by any person or persons before the
date of their said Application.
in class 47 that is to say: Gas line The Applicants claim that they date of their said Application.
additive for improving the per- have used the said Trade Mark in Any person may within three
formance characteristics of internal respect of the said goods for 16 years months from the date of the first combustion engines, before the d(late of their said Applica- appearance of this Advertisement in
tion. the Antigua, Montserrat and Vir(4) gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
Any person may within three duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, NTHUSAN oths from the date of the first Antigua, of opposition to registration
appearance of this Advertisement in of the said Trade Mark. the Antigua, Montserrat and Virin Class 47 that is to say: Lubricating (gin Islands Gazectte, give notice in CECIL BYRON,
grease, duplicate at the Trade Marks Office,
.\ntigua. of opposition to registration Registrar of Trado Marks.
(5) of" the said Trade Mark.
TEXAM AT C CECIL O. BYIION, TRADE MARKS OEFICE,
/tegistrar of Trade Mark;s.
_______ ANTIGUA, 16th November, 1957.
TEXAMATICE MARIK OFFICE,
in class 47 that is to say: Lubricating E MARKS OFFICE, D. & W. GIBBS LIMITED of
and hy irauilic oils intended for ne ANTIGUA, 1st November, 1957. Hesketh House, Portman Square,
in hydraaulic transmissions of auto- London W. 1. have applied for Regismotive vehicles. CHRISTR. THO.IAS & BROS. tration of one Trade Mark consisting
LIMITED of Unilever House, Black- of the following:(6) friars, London E C.4. have applied
for IRegistration of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:- L I R I L
PRAISE in 'nss 48: that is to say: All goods
in said class 48.
in Class 48. That is to say: all goods
included in said Class 48. The Applicants claim that the said
in class 47 that is to say: Gasoline. Trade Mark has not been used in
The Applicants claim that the said Antigua by any person or persons in
(7) Trade Mark in respect of the said Antigua in respect of the said goods
goods has not been in use in Antigua before the date of their said ApplicaE X Aby any person or persons before the tion.
date of their sAid Application.
T E XC OAny pers-,on may within three
Any person may within three months from the date of the first months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in in class 47 that is to say: Gasoline, appearance of this Advertisement in the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin
kerosene and motor and industrial the Anligua, Montserrat and Vir- Islands Gazette, give notice in duplilubricating oil and grease. qin Islands Gazette, give notice in cate at the Trade Marks Office,
duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigua, of opposition to registration The Applicants claim that they AnItigniia. of opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark. have used the said Trade Mark in of the said Trade Mark. respect of the said goods for 25. 53,
3. 44. 10 24, & 30 years respectively CECIL O. BYRON, CECIL O. BYRON,
before the date of their said Application. Registrar of Trade Marks. Registrar of Trade Marks.
264 THE ANTIGUIJA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGINISLANDS GAZETTE. [November 28,1957
Important Notice to Electricity Consumers. INVALIDATION OF ANTIGUA STAMPS. any, should be stated. Provided that where the officer enters or leaves the
It is hereby notified for general car outside the City limits a charge ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS information that, notwithstanding the may be made for the distance between
ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS provisions of the King Gorge VI ten that point and St. John's.
whose installations are connected to shilliing and one putnd(l Stamps the public electricity supply system (Invalihuion) Order, 1957 (S. R. & O. 3. Government will not be preare notified that in accordance with 1957 No. 9) the Antigua stamps of eluded from hiring seats for public the provisions of Section 21 (1) (b) of the values of ten shillings and one officers in public service vehicle Ordinance No. 36 of 1956 alterations pound authorised for use in Antigua which would otherwise be proceeding to electrical installations may not be by the Stamps Order, 1948, (S. R. & O to the officer's destination where this made without the prior approval of 1948 No. 6) may, by virtue of the will result in any economy e.g. for the Director of the Electricity, Ice King George VI ten shillings and one customs officers going to Coolidge and Cold Storage Department. pound Stamps (Continuance of Use) Airfield on duty in a car hired or
2. In cases where an unauthorised Order, 1957, (S. R. & O. 1957 No. 29) used by the Airline Agents. alteration, to an installation is made, continue to b- used for the payment the consumer renders himself liable to of postag-or stnp duties np to an(I 4 Government reserves the right have his supply of electrical energy including the 31st day of March, to hire or use cars, or seats in cars, disconti led. o1958, after which date they shall no other than the contractor's cars, for
iscontiued. loge, be valid for the said purposes. public officers proceeding on duties
Elect icity, lce & Cold Storage Dept. coPan, bted with the Customs or
12th November, 1957. Provision has, however, been made revenue.
in the above Continuance of Use
Order for a period of grace of three 5. Government does not bind itTRAFFIC NOTICE. months thereafter, that is on or self to accept the lowest or any
before the 301h day of June, 1958, tender.
The A ntigua Vehicles and Road within which holders of the stamps 6. The Contractor will be expected
Traffic Ordinance of the ubovemntioned denomina- 6. The Contractor will be expected
tions may effect their exchange at the to provide prompt and efficient serNO. 5 OF 1946. General Post Office, St. John's, Anti- vice and any agreement entered into
nta, for a stamp or stamps of equal with a contractor will be subject to By virtue of the nower conferred value auithorised for use in the Colony the following conditions:upon me by Section 2 of the Antigua f Antigia.
Vehicles and Road Traffic Ordinance, (i) The Contractor shall whenNo. 5 of 1946, I hereby announce that Administrator's Ofice, ever required furnish a car.
until further notice, the lighting-up Antigua. (ii) If due notice of the requiretime for vehicles shall be from 2 Ist September, 1957. inent of a car has been given
5.45 p.m to 5.30 a.m. and failing any satisfactory
explap tion the Contractor's
Dated this 8th day of November, TRAFFIC NOTICE. car arrives more than five
1957. minutes after the required
The Public is informed that, time Government shall have
H. G. Seward, whereas now Popeshead Street in St. the right to (educt a penalty
Traffic Commissioner. John's is a Major Road in some of its not exceeding $2.40 from any
stretches and a Minor Road in others of the sums due and owing
and whereas now some roads which to the Contractor.
INVITATION TO BID FOR TENDER. cross it are Minor Roads and others (iii) In the event of the Contracare Major Roads, with effect from tor's car being more than 15
11th November, 1957 Popeshead minutes late after the required
The Government of Antiguainvites Street will be declared a Major Road time Government may cancel
contractors to hid for the construction throughout the whole of its length the contract on giving the
of the new Airport Terminal Build- and all roads crossing it will be Contractor one week's notice
ing, Coolidge Field, Antigua. declared Minor Roads. That is to say, in writing.
traffic moving along Popeshead Street (iv) Gov,,rnmnent shall also have Intimations of intention to bid will have right of way over traffic the right to terminate the
should be forwarded in sealed envel- entering it from no matter which contract on giving one week's
opes to the Colonial Engineer, Public street. The presnt "Stop" signs notice in writing if the serWorks Department, and marked will be adjusted accordingly. vice is generally unreliable
" Intimation of Intention to Bid- through repeated unpunctuAirport Terminal Building". This measure is intended to im- ality, defective cars or other
prove the flow of traffic and to cause.
They must be received not later decrease the risk of accidents. The
than 6th December, 1957, and should Public is requested therefore to co- 7. The Tender should state the h)e accompanied by a deposit of operate with it. number of cars to be at the disposal
$50 BWI. which is returnable upon H. G. SEWARD, of Government.
the receipt of a bona fide tender and Traffic Commissioner. 8 All tenders should be addressed
the return of the documents. 2nd November. 1957. to the Administrator in a sealed
-16/U008to the Administrator in a sealed All relevant documentss will be for- ;6/oo08 envelope marked "Tender for Official
warded to accepted tenderers about Transport" and should be lodged at
the middle of December with the TENDER the Administrator's Office not later
intention that work on the project than 4 p.m. on Friday 13th Decemwill commence early in 1958. Tenders are hereby invited for the ber, 1957.
transport by motor car of public By Order,
The Government of Antigua officers travelling on duty for the HENRY J. ELWIN,
reserves the right to refuse any or all year ending 31st December, 1958. Administrative SereIar
bids. 2. Such tenders should be in (.O
Administrator's Office, respect of single journey from the (P.W.C.)
Antiguf, place where the public officer enters Administ ator's Office,
20th November, 1957, the oar to the place at which he leaves Antigua.
it (i.e. so much a mile for the single 11th November, 1957. Ref. No. PWC. 66/45. journey) and charge for waiting, if Ref. No. A. 78117.
Nioveniber 28, 1957] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 265
It, is hereby notified for general Administrators of the Leeward 2. Tenders should be in sealed
information that the Colonial Air Islands. Tho Order will in due course envelopes addressed to His Honour Navigation Order, 1955, of the Uuited form part of' the bound volume of the Administrator and marked Kingdom has been amended by the Laws of the Leeward Islands for 1957. "TENDER FOR U N I FO R M S." Colonial Air Navigation (Amend- Tenders should roach this office by
ment) (No. 2) Order, 1957, made by Secretariat, noon on Saturday, 7th December,
Her Majesty in Council on the 8th Antigut. 1957.
day of October, 1957, and laid before 31st October, 1957. 3. Government does not bind itParliament on the 14th day of Octo- self to accept the lowest or any tender.
ber, 1957. This amendment will 4. If the delivery of uniforms is
come into force on 1st F1ebruary, 1958. TENDER. delayed for a period exceeding four
2. This Order amends the Colonial Tenders are invited for the making weeks after the date of receipt of the Air Navigation Order, 1955, by incid- of ufnlorms for Petty Officers for the material or uniforms are unsatisfacing in that Order new provisions for year 1958 as follows:- torily tailored, Government reserves
preventing excessive fatigue on the the right to cancel the contract on
part of the operating crew (i.e., pilots, In khaki drill for Petty Officers- giving one week's notice in writing. flight engineers; flight navigators and (a) tunic and trousers flight radio operators) of aircraft (b) khaki shirts with short By Order,
registered in the Colony. These pro- sleeves and pocket on eaeh breast visions are set out in considerable with flap to button Bruce Gloade,
detail in Articles 34A to 34H, while (c) khaki trotrsers Clerk to the Administrator.
Article 341 enables the Governor to (d) khaki shorts Administrator's Office,
modify or replace any or all of them (e) khaki overalls St. John's,
should they appear inappropriate for Antigua.
application in respect of aircraft In blue serge and cotton (luck for 1 nm r,.
registered in the Colony. It also boatmen nef. No 1957.
amends the Rules of the Air and Air (a) blue serge jumper & trousers Ref. No. A. 41t32.
Traffic Control. The Order thus per- (b) blue serge trousers only
mits a glider when hill-soaring, to fly (c) cotton duck jumper and RAINFALL FIGURES.
closer than 500 feet to any person, trousers Agricultural Department,
vessel, vehicle or structure, and it also Antigua.
substitututes for the existing Rule of Quotations should also be made the ir dealing with flight within the for-- Month 1953. 1954. 1955. 1956. 1957.
traffic zones of aerodrome, s a new Rule (a) blue lenin overalls January 1.93 3.04 2.16 5.15 3.16
zeb. 1.02 2.45 .68 1.23 2.29
which substantially re-enacts the (b) blue (t .nin trousers iar. 5.0 LOS .88 1 40 .40
present requirements bit includes (c) blue dnim shirts. April 2.116 .49 1.75 S.S3 2.54
new provisions prohibiting flight May 1.50 3.83 2.81 2.58 1,19
within such zones except for specified Government will supply the neces- June ].31 3.32 1.47 5.72 2.86 purposes such as landing or take off, sary drill, s5-ge or duck, also badges Aurus 3.15 5.93 .25 5.67 6.48 unless permission of the appropriate and official buttons for tunics. All September 2.10 9.91 5.59 2.10 8.45 authority has been obtained, other materials are to be supplied by October .85 4.62 5.60 6.58 4.84
3. A copy of this Order may be the contractor. Prices are to include To23rd Nov. 464 113 196 2,98 4"98 seen if desired at the Offices of the the cost of affixing badges to tunics 27.36 39.27 33.23 41.53 38.69
Chief Secretary or of any of the or jumpers.
BANKING STATISTICS: LEEWARD ISLANDS.
All figures in British West Indian dollars.
Number of reporting banks: 3 (Barclays Bank (D. C. 0.), Royal Bank of Canada, and Antigua Co-operative Bank Ltd.)
Figures for Quarter ending 30th September, 1957.
1. Notes in circulation 5,925.00 1. Cash 1,231,551.01
2. Balances due by other banks in Colony 541.97
2. Deposits $ 13,222,317.11 3. Balances due by other banks abroad
(i) Demand 4,936,955.71 and other short claims due by 8,823,611.38
(ii) Time 443,186.69 $
(iii) Savings 7,842,224.71 (i) I.K. 8,605,346.95
(ii) U.S.A. 54,919.38
Z. Balance due to (iii) Canada 163,345.05
(a) Other banks in Colony 170,000.46 (iv) Elsewhere
(b) Bank abroad 340,565.03 4. Loans and Advances to 3,427,133.81(i) U.K. 8,657.34 (i) Primary Production (including
(it) U.S.A. 130,404.46 processing of primary
(iii) Canada 161,386.19 products)
(iv) Elsewhere 40,117.04 (ii) Other industries (including
4. Other Liabilities 257,893.16 Commerce, Transportation & Distribution)
Total Liabilities 13,996,730.76 $1,982,499.51
(iii) Other Advances 1,444,634.30
Excess of reported assets over liabilities 3,430.56 5. Investments 4
14.000,161.32 (b) Other
Net overseas assets held against local liabilities 4,618,177.46 6. Other Assets 517,323.15
Vet overseas assets held against overseas liabilities
3,977,917.93 Total Assets 14,000,161.32
266 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [November 2S, 1,57..
TRADE MARKS OFFICE, ANTIGUA, 21st November, 1957.
ESSO STANDARD OIL COMPANY of 15 West, 51st Street, New York. U. S. A. have applied for iegistration of two Trade Marks consisting of the following:(1)
in Class 13 that is to sa.: Metal goods not included in other classes, in particular sprayers, squirt gunsand atomizers
Im I !+I Il
in Class 2 that is to say: Chemical substances, used for agricultural, horticultural, veterinary and sanitary
The Applicants claim they have used the said Trade Marks in respect of the said goods for 6 years beforethe
date of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of the first appearance of this Advertisement in the Anigua,
Montserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Antigna, of
opposition to registration of the said Trade Mark.
Cecil 0. Byron,
Registrar of Trade M/rlks.
Printed at the Government Printing Office. Antigua. Leeward Islands, by E. M. BLAcKMAN, Government Printer.-By Authority.
[Price 8 cents.]