ANTIGUA, MONTHS AT
i8 AP k1959
. ~AND ,
VIRGIN ISLANDS GA TE11
Published by 6 uthority.
VOL. III. THURSDAY, 30TH JANUARY, 1958. No 7.
i ces (c) advising the Government on Barzey, E., Student Nurse Holberton
Notices. telecommunications and on all mat- Hospital resigned appointment.
ters in connection with the public 31st December 1957.
services referred to above.
Benjamin, Miss V., Staff Nurse, HolIt is hereby notified for general Mr. Millard is expected to sail herton Hospital, resigned appointinformation that His Excellency the from the United Kingdom on 5th ment. Feb. 12.
Governor has issued a Commission to February, 1958.
His Honour Lt.-Col. ALEC LOVELACE, Cochrane, W. S., Fishery Assistant, apM.B.E., M.C., Administrator of Administrator's Offwe pointed Senior Clerk, AdministraAntigua. appointing him to be his Antigua. tion. January 20.
Deputy for the period of His Excel- 29th January, 1958. lency's v i si t s to St. Kitts-Nevis- Dewar, Mrs. D. L., Nursing Sister
Anguilla and Montserrat, from the Ref. No. P. W. C. 29/3-]I (Assistant Matron) Holberton Hos27th t, 30th January, 1958, while His pital appointed to act as Matron,
E x c e I I e n c y is accompanying the Holberton Hospital. Jai. 1.
Governor-General on his tour of these Building Authority
Colonies. It isnotified for general information Dewar, Mrs. D. I., appointed Nursing
that His Honour the Administrator Sister (Assistant Matton) Holberton
Chief Secretary's Office, of the British Virgini Islands has been) Hospital on contract for 2 years.
26th January, 1958. pleased to re-appoint the following Jan. .
persons to the Building Authority for Flax. G. W., Senior Clerk, AdministraRef. No. 13/0035!). one year with effect from 15th Jan- tion appointed Principal, Treasury.
nary, 1958: January 20.
It is notified for general inform- Hawley, Miss L, appointed Junior
tion that under the provisions of Mr. E. L. SMITH Chairman Hlerk, Central Houming and PlanRegulation 3 of the Antigua Public Hon. LESLIE MALONE, M.L.C. ning Authority. Nov. 21 1957.
Service Commission Regulations 1956, Member
Statutory Rule and Order No. 4 of e Henry, E. T., Senior Clerk, Treasury,
1956, His Excellency the Governor The composition of the Board is now transferred to the Audit Departhas been pleased to reappoint as follows: ment. January 20.
Mr. FRANCIS R. ANJO, O.B.E., to be Mr. E. L. SMITH Chairman
chairmann and Mr. G. G AUCHINLECK Hill, Miss. E., Junior Clerk, Peasant
and Mr. A. WILSON to be Membpr8 Hon. LESLIE MALONE, M.L.C. Developmetit Services, Agricultural
of the Public Service Commission for Member Department appointed to act as
the Colony of Antigua. Senior Clerk in that Department.
The Superintendent of Public Sept. 1 1957.
Mrs. AT. E. C. FOOTH has bean re- Works Member Hill, 0. T., Acting S.nior Clerk,
appointed Secretary to the Commis- Mr. RALPHTO'NAL Member 'reasury, appointed Senior Clerk,
Bion. Treasury. January 1.
The Sanitary Inspector Clerk James, E. L. S., Junior Clerk, Audit Administrator's Office, Department, appointed Senior
27th January, 19.58. No. 9. Clerk, Audit Departmnt. Jan.22.
Ref. A. C. 113/235. Appointments, transfers, etc., in Joseph, C., appointed Power Station
the public service, with effect from Plant Operator, Electricity, Ice and the dates stated, are published for Cold Storage Department. It is hereby notified for general in- general information:- Jan. 1, 1957
formation that the Secretary of State Keene, C., Junior Clerk, Treasury,
has appointed Mr. Charles Arthur Antigua. appointed Senior Clerk, Treasury.
Millard retired Electrical Engineer, Ambrose, H. B., Senior Clerk, Peasant January 1.
Nyasaland, as Director of the Depart- developmentt Office, transferred to ment of Electricity and Telephones the Treasury. January 20. Knight, C. E., appointed Superintendfor a period of three years in the first ont, Mental Hospital (in secondment
instance. Anthonyson, H. T., Junior Clerk, from the Colony of Barbados.
Treasury, appointed Senior Clerk, January 11.
He will be required to undertake Treasury. January 1. Lindsay, Miss A. B., J n n i o r Clerk,
the administrative control of the De- Treasury, appointed to act as Senior
partment of Electricity and Tele- Bailey, Dr. C. E. S., Medical Superin- Clerk, Treasury. January 20. phones and be respodsible for- t(ndevit, Holbertrn Hospital, appointed to act as Senior Medical Michael, D. 0., Junior Clerk, Peasant
(a) the operation of the public Officer. January 6. Development Services, transferred
electricity service; to the Treasury. January 16.
Barnard, Miss D. L., Junior Clerk, Cus(b) the operation of the public toms, transferred to the Audit Michael, Miss M. E., appointed Operatelephone service; and Department. January 20. tor, Telephone Department. Jan. 8.
32 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [January 30, 1958
Michael, R. I. E., Senior Clerk, Audit order in which they are parked. The City of Saint John, in the Island of
(Virgin Islands Establishment) ap- No. 1 position being nearest the sign Antigna, proceed to the nomination
pointed Principal, Audit (Antigua marked PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES of the said two members.
Establishment). January 22. STAND."
Scotland, Miss A., appointed Junior 4. Upon being called, drivers will Dated this 27th day of January,
Clerk, Treasury, on probation. bring their vehicles to the north 1958.
January 20. western entrance of the Customs
1No: A. C. 1.5/36-II building and receive the passenger(s) A.E. WILLIAMS,
Jlonitserrat for whom the vehicle was called. Returning Officer.
Prosper, J. W. Inspector of Police, 5. Vehicles will not be allowed to
Montserrat, to act Assistant Super- remain at such entrance longer than
intendent of Police, Antigma. is necessary to collect the passen- NOTICE is hereby given that in Jan. 17 ger(s) for whom thecvehicle wascalled. accordance with the provisions of Ref. No. P. F. 257 hicle was called. Section 37 of the Adaptation of Laws
Roberts, A. A., Station Sergeant of 6. Private vehicles will be parked (Elections to the House of RepreRoberts, A. A., Station Sergeant of in the public parking lot situated west sentatives of the West Indies) ReguPolice, Antigua, to act Inspector of of the airline offices. lations, 1957, (Montserrat S. R. & O.
Police, Montserrat. Jan. 14 30 of 1957) and for the purpose of
Ref. No.P.F. 731 7. Should space in the public the election of members of the House
Virgin Islands. parking lot prove inadequate at any of Representatives of the West Indies
Roberts, G. M., Stn. Sergeant of Police, time, private vehicles may be parked for the Colony of Montserrat, the
Virgin Islands, to act Inspector of along the eastern side of Pan American Colony shall be divided into four Police, Virgin Islands. Jan. 1 Drive. Polling divisions with such boundaries as are hereinafter set out:
Chief Secretary's Ofice, 8. All vehicles at the airport shall
Antigua. be parked as near as possible to each (1) Southern Polling Divisions:
other to ensure that the maximum
ef: 60/00039. amount of vehicles may be accommo- All that portion of the Island of
No. 10. dated. Mounrserrat bounded as follo s:
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES 9. Any person who violates any NORtH-by an imaginary line
of the above instructions and orders running from the month of the shall be dealt with in the manner pro- Berunning from the ma outh-eas of they The Secretary of State for the vided in paragraph 33 of the above dirction along Weeks River and Colonies has informed His Excellency Regulations. Mile Gut to the summit of Farrell's
the Governor that the power of Dated this21stdayof January,1958. Mountain thence in a south-easterly
disallowance will not be exercised in direction to Gut Maframey on the
respect of the undermentioned Ordi- G. W. S. PATERSON, sea; and
nance:- Controlling Officer.
Mordeat Gontro g Qcer. ~SOUTH, East and West by the sea.
No. 13 of 1957, "Development PRESS RELEASE. (2) Windward Polling Division:
(Ice and Cold Storage) Loan (Amendmont) Ordinance, 1957. All that portion of the island of
Jan. 1, 1958 It is hereby notified for general Montserrat bounded as follows:Secretariat, information that copies of "The NORTH-by an imaginary line
Antigua, West Indies Gazette" are avail- NORTH-by an imaginary line
30th January, 1958. able for sale at the Government from theseaat Bottomless Gut running
Ref. No. 37/0040. Printing Office, Antigua. on a south-westerly direction to the
The Ning rice ta "hWe northern point of Windy Hill Ridge;
The selling price of The West
AIRPORT INSTRUCTIONS. Indies Gazette" has been fixed SOUTH-by an imaginary line
at 18 cents per copy. The price of from the summit of Farrell's Mounsnpplements to The Gazette tain running in a south easterly In pusuance of the powers vested will vary according to size, on a direction to Gut Maframeyand on to
In pursuance of the powers vested thnea n
in me by paragraph 3 (1) of the Airport sliding scale from 4 cents to $1.80. the sea; and R-guhltins, 1952 (S. R. & O. 1952 Government Printing Oie WEST-by an imaginary line
No. 21) the following orders & in- Antiqua, from the Center Hills at the Northern
structioss are hereby promulgated Lenward Islands. point of Windy Hill Ridge along the
with respect to the public service and public road at Windy Hill Ridge to
private driven motor vehicles opera- 24th January, 1958, the summit of Farrell's Mountain.
ting at Coolidge Airport: and
supersedes previous orders and in- (3) Central Polling Divisions:
structions. NOTICE OF NOMINATION.
All that portion of the Island of
1. Public service vehicles will be Montserrat bounded as follows:parked on the western side of Pan The Governor G
American Drive and north of the sign The Governor General having issued NORTH-by an imaginary line marked" PUBLIC SERVICE VEHICLES his Writ of Election for the election from the north of Soldier Gut runSTAND." of two members for the Colony to ning in a south-easterly direction to
serve in the House of Represensatives the northern point of Windy Hill
2. Drivers of public service vehi- of the West Indies, the returning Ridge. cles will remain at their respective officer will, on the 28th day of Februvehicles until called by police, cus- ary, 1958 now next ensuing between SOUTH-by the northern boundary toms or airport officials, the hours of ten o'clock in the fore- of Southern Electoral District;
noon and one o'clock in the afternoon
3. Unless a particular vehicle is and between the hours of two o'clock EAST--by the Western boundary stipulated by a passenger, public ser- and four o'clock in the afternoon at of the Windward Electoral district vice vehicles will be called in the the Princess Elizabeth Hall in the WEST-by the sea.
January 10, 1,958.] THE ANI'GUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 33
(4) Northern Polling Divisions: OFFICE OF CENTRAL 3BOARD OF required to furnish lists of employees
HEALTH, who are on the pensionable establishAll tlat portion o(f the Island of MARKET STREET, mnenl of theCivilServices.
Montserrat bounded as follows:- 17th January, 1958. (Section 50 (2) a & b).
NORTH, EAST and WEST by the It is hereby notified for general General
sea; and information that Counterfoil Receipts Any person may be considered to be
SOUTH-by an iraginay line Nos. 72935 and 72937 are missing "liable to pay income tax" if his infrom the mouth of Soldier Gut run- from the book numbered 72901- come from all sources exceeds Five
ning ill a soulh-easterly direction to 73000 which was issued to The hundred and forty Dollars. the northern point of Windy Hill Pound Keeper, Newfield. All claims for deduction from
Ridge and thence in a north-easterly The receipts are invalid and any- income tax must be substantiated by direction to the month of Bottomless
direction to the mouth of Bottomless one coming in possession of the the production of receipts or other Gut. unaccounted receipts should report bona fide evidence.
C. STRAUGHN HUSBAND,
Supervisor of Electi ons. same to the Chief Accountant, Tress- Penlties
Supervisor of Elections. uyimdaey eate
ury immediately. Any person liable to pay income
18th January, 1958. J. M. HALLPIKE, tax who fails to make or deliver a
Ref. No. C. 18/00066 Chief Health Inspector. return within the prescribed period
Ref. No. A. 311299. shall be guilty of an offence against
this Ordinance and shall be liable on
It has been brought to the attention conviction to a penalty not exceeding
of Government that a large number INCOME TAX NOTICE. Five hundred dollars, and in default
of the fire hydrants in the City and of payment to imprisonment wizh or
the suburbs are being tampered with The Income Tax Ordinance without hard labour for a term not
by the removal, either wilfully, or No. 13 of 1957. exceeding six months.
ignorantly and mischievously of the
clip for fastening the instantaneous Public Officers and Pensioners Any person who makes or delivers
coupling to which the hose is attached. Any public officer or pensioner lia- a false return or keeps or prepares any
The effect of these wanton acts is ble to pay income tax whos inoom false accounts or particulars concernthat in the event of an outbreak of fire bl tpa o ta whoe cim ing any income on which tx is paythese hydrants will be inoperative and including that of his wife consists being any income guilty on which taxisoffence andyuselss nd hisin tsef my rsul soelyof his 4niltor her emoluments able shall be guilty of in offence and useless and this in itself may result as a public officer or pensioner or shall be liable on conviction to a fine in a calamity to the inhabitants of this otas a publ officer orm publensioner rc funds not exceeding Two thousand five hunisad ote loac republic funds
slaGovernment views these acts of shall deliver a true and correct return dred Dollars, or to imprisonment with Government views these acts o of his whole income to the Commis- or without hard labour for a term not vandalism seriously and anyone sioner not lter than the 31st day of exceeding six months. caught in the act of removing any of siner not later than the 31st day of exceeding six months. these clips will be prosecuted. January 1958. (Section 74).
The co-operation of the public is (Section 81 and S. R. & O., 1946, H. A Murdoch,
invited in an effort to suppress and No. 13). for the Commissioner.
eradicate this dangerous practice and 4th January 1958.
the Police or the Public Works Other Persons
Department will welcome any infor- Every person (including a com- TRADE MARKS OFFICE,
mation which may lead to the arrest pany) liable to pay income tax shall TORTOLA,
and prosecution of the offenders, deliver a true and correct return of his BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.
Administrator's Ofice, hole income not later than the 31st 3rd January, 1958.
Administrator's O ffce,da of M rh 19 8
Antigua. day of March, 1958.
Angu. (Section 81 and S. R. and O. 1946, THE TEXAS COMPANY of 135
28th January, 1958. No. 13). East 42nd Street, New Y)'ork, State of
Ref. No. A. 32/8. New York, United Statt s of America
Ref. __._._"__._Agents, Trustees, Etc. have applied for Registration of one
Trade Mark consisting )f the followTenders are hereby invited for the Any person having the direction, ing:operation of the Mail Service between control or management of any propBarbuda and Antigua during the year erty or concern, or being in receipt of 1958. The dimensions of the boat icone, on behalf of any person,
to be used should be stated in the whether resident or non-resident, as tender, attorney, factor, agent, trustee, curator
2. The tenderer will be expected or committee should make and d(leliver
to make a trip at least once per week, to thie Comnmissioner a return in in class 47 in respect of gasoline, leaving Barbuda on Tuesday and respect of such property, concern or kerosene and motor aind industrial
returning Friday weather permitting. income not later thent the 31st day of lubricating oil and grease.
3. He will be responsible for March, 1958. The Applicants claim that they
the safe delivery of mails and may be (Sections 29and 30). have used the said Trade Mark in
required to perform any other official All employers (including Heads of respect of the said goods for thirty business with which he may be Government Departments. Building years before the date of their said
4. entrustenders should be addressed Contractors, Merchants, Estate Pro- Application.
to the Warden, Barbuda marked prietors, Steamship Agents Stevedores Any person may within three
" Tender for Mail service Barbuda" are hereby required to furnish the months from the date of the first and should reach his office not later Income Tax Commissioner with lists appearance of this Advertisement in than 10th February, 1958. showing name, address and total the Antigua, Monteerrat and Vir5. Government does not bind remuneration of (a) their offtlice staff, gin Islands Gazette, give notice in
itself to accept the lowest or any (b) all other employees (including duplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Tender. labourers, drivers of Motor Vehicles, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, of
suppliers of transport services and opposition to registration of te sid opposition to registration of the sdd
Administrator's Office, sub-contractors) whose total remuner- Trade Mark.
Antigua. ation for the year 1957 exceeds Five
24th January, 1958. hundred and forty Dollars. Heads of H. Alex. Bessen,
Ref. No. A. 6216. Government Departments are not Registrar of Trade Marks.
34 THE ANTIGUA, MON rSERB.AT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 30, 1958.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE, INVALIDATION OF ANTIGUA STAMPS. 2. Salary:
ANTIGUA, 21st January, 1958.
ZENITH RADIO CORPORATION It is hereby notified for general The salary of the post is at the rate
of 6001 )ickens Avenue, Chicago, information that, notwithstanding the of $2,880p.a. (in the scale $2,880 x 120 Illinois, Unite States of America, provisions of the King George VI ten $4,080) plus a pensionable pay have applied for Registraon of oe shillings and one pound Stamps addition of 20% of salary. Trade Mark consisting of the follw- (Invalidation) Order, 1957 (S. R. & 0. Tng: 1957 No. 9) the Antigua stamps of
hg the values of ten shillings and one 3. Quarters:
pound authorized for use in Antigua
by the Stamps Order, 1948, (S. R. & 0 Quarters are not provided, but in ZEN 2 TH 1948 No. 6) may, by virtue of the the event of Government quarters beKing George VI ten shillings and one ing available they may be rented at pound Stamps (Continuance of Use) rental not exceeding 10% of salary or In class: 8 that is to say: Philsophi- Order, 1957, (S. R. & 0. 1957 No. 29) 5% of assessed value, whichever is less. cal instruments, scientific instruments continue to be used for the payment and apparatus for useful purposes and of postage or stamp duties up to and instruments and apparatus for teach- including the 31st (lay of March, 4. Leave:
ing, electrical and electronic apparatus 1958, after which date they shall no including radio receivers and trans- longer be valid for the said purposes. The officr will be eligible for mitters, television receivers and transmitters, color television receivers and Provision has, however, been made vacation lpave at the rate of 45 day transmitters, subscription television in the above Continuance of Use for each completed period of 12 transmitters and receivers, television Order for a period of grace of three months resident service, accumulating coders and decoders sound coders and months thereafter, that is on or up to a maximum of 180 days. decoders, magnectic sound recording before the 30th day of June, 1958, and r e p r o d u c i n g devices, electro- within which holders of the stamps 5. Duties:
mechanical sound recording and re- of the abovementioned denominaproducing devices, electrical phono- tions may effect their exchange at the The duties of the post will include: graphs, record changers, record play- General Post Office, St. John's, Antiers, and combinations of any two gua, for a stamp or stamps of equal (a) Division of files between the
or more of the foregoing; remote value authorised for use in the Colony various branches of the otfice.
control sy st e ms; p o w e r of Antigua.
supplies; batteries; amplifiers; tuners, (b) Initiation of action on files,
electric motors, electromechanical Administrator's Office, other than those for the financial
transducers including phonograph Antigua. branch, and preparation of draft recartridges, loudspeakers, microphones plies, despatches etc. etc.
and headphones; electromechanical 21st September, 1957. vibrators; electric switches, relays;(c) Supervision over the telegram rectifiers; crystal diodes; photocells; Clerk and general responsibility for
electron tubes; cathoderay tubes; Vacant Pensionable Post of the receipt and despatch of telegrams,
electric lamps; transistors; electrical including decode of those received
wave traps, filters and noise sup- EstimatorlChief Draughtsman after office hours.
pressors; transformers; deflection
yokes; inductance coils; lightning Public Works Department, (d) Responsibility for secret an
aretrs nena;vltg ivdr;higher grade files and all cypher
arresters; antennas; voltage dividers; St. Vincent. material etc.
potentiometers; electrical sockets,
connectors and fuseF; capacitors; Salary $2,592 X 96-$3,168 plus (e) Supervision of the Departmenresistors; electrical wire, cord and 20% pensionable pay addition. tal Votes Accounts, maintenance of c-tble; electrical shi- lds; detectors; Transport allowance in accordance the General Order book and certifying oscillators; semiconductor devices; with local rates. Qualifications Sec- of all claims. condensers; printed circuits; electrical ondary education, with sound knowhome appliances; electrical hearing ledge of Mathmnatics and English, (.f) Supervision of matters affectaids and accessories; and parts of any and a completed Course in draughting ing leave, attendance and discipline. of the foregoing, in Class 8. from Bennett College, I.C.S., Institution of Engineering Designers or (g) General assistance and advice
The applicants claim thalt Ihey have other recognised authority, to the Chief Secretary.
used the said Trade Mark in respect
of the said goods since 1918 before Application with testimonials and (h) Any other duties which may the dat, of their said application, certificates should be forwarded to from time to time be assigned to him
Any person may within three the assistant Administrator and by the Chief Secretary.
mnhs pronthe ate o thee rs Establishment Officer, St. Vincent 6. General hnormation:
months front the date of the first not later than 31st January, 1958. appearance of this Advertisment in Other information available from The officer will be subject to the
the Antiqua, M,ntserrat and Virgin local Secretariat. Colonial Regulations, the Windward
islands Gazette, give notice in duiplicate at the Trade Marks Office, Islands Financial & Store Rules, the
Antigua, of opposition to registration Alocal General Orders and Subsidiary t t r Application are invited from suit- legislation in force from time to time
of he said Trade Mark. ably qualified candidates for appoint- Government officials are liable to taxEVAN CREQUE, ment to the post of Assistant Secretary ation imposed by local enactments.
Ag. Regietrar of Trade Marks. (Administrative) Windward Islands,
particulars of which are as follows: Applications containing full particulars, including qualifications and
RAINFALL FIGURES 1. Appointment: experience, of applicant, should be
on the permanent and forwarded to the Chief Secretary, Agricultural Department, T e st isan t Windward Islands, Grenada, to reach
Agr nutua eprmn, pensionable estate dish men t and the him not later than 28th February,
Antigua appointment carries with it liability 1958.
Month 194. 1955. 1956. 1957. 1958. to transfer to any post of equivalent To 25th Jan. 2.87 2.01 4.94 2.31 .92 status in the Windward Islands. Ref. A. C. 131290
.January 30, 1958.] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 35
TRADE MARKS OFFICE, ANTIGUA, 31st December, 1957.
ARTHUR BELL & SON LTD., of 11 to 21 Victoria Street, Perth, Scotland have applied for Registration of throe Trade Mark consisting of the following:1 23
1001 SCOTCH WHISKIIS
17k ? ~a v XOIS TILLED BLENOED AND BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND
DISTILLERS --. SCOTLAND
I, I/ILISFIED lSOS
pRoDUCTl OP SCOOK.AND
in Class 43, that is to say: Whisky.
The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Mark in respect of the said goods for 3 years & 6 months 11 years and 132 years respectively 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 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,
Regiatrar of Trade Marks,.
36 THE ANTIGUIA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. [January 30, 1958.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE, TORTOLA, B.V.I., 18th July, 1957.
3rd January 1958.
Esso STANDARD OIL COMPANY of 15 West 51st Street, New York, N.Y., U.S.A. have applied for Registration oft two Trade Marks consisting of the following:(1)
in class 2, that is to say: Chemical substances used for agricultural, horticultural, veterinary and sanitary purposes.
'lir U ,!11, 1,, l :lm l,, ,l IiI
in Class 13, that is to say: Metal goods not included in other classes, in particular sprayers, squirt guns and atomizers.The Applicants claim that they have used the said Trade Marks in respect of the said goods for six years before the date of their said Application.
Any person may within three months from the date of th, first appearance of this Advertisement in the Antigua, Montserrat and Virgin Islands Gazette, give notice in duplic(ite at the Trade Marks Office, Tortola, British Virgim Islands, of opposition to registration of any of the said Trade Marks.
H. Alex Besson,
Registrar of Trade Mark&s.
.Jannary 30, 1958.] THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND V[RGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE. 37
PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by section 37 of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951, as modified and adapted bY the Adaptation of Laws (Elections to the House ,of Representatives of the West Indies) Regulations, 1957 (S. R. & 0. 1957 No. 31) and for the purposes of the first general election of members to the House of Representatives of the West Indies and, ,until the Federal Legislature of the West Indies by law otherwise provides for the purposes of any
-subsequent election of members to the said House, I DO HE11EBY, with the approval of the Administrator of the Colony of Antigua, divide the said Colony into the undermentioned nine polling divisions :alla.s the are same bounded and described in the Schedule hereto.
Polling Divisions. Description and Boundaries.
1. Saint John's City All that portion of the City of Saint John
(North) boundedNorth by Dickensonbay Street; Suth by Long Street;
East by East Street and Hyman Road; West by Saint John's Harbour and including Rat Island and the causeway.
2. Saint John's City All that portion of the City of Saint John
(South) boundedNorth by Long Street and the Factory Road to its junction with the Scotts Hill Road;
South and Southwest by the Ottos Road leading to All SIaints to its junction with Market Street as far as South Street and thence by a line in extension of South Street westward to the Sea;
East by Scotts Hill Road forming part of the Western boundary of the Saint John (Rural) South polling division;
WNest by Saint John's Harbour.
3.-7Saint John (Rural) All that portion of the Parish of S'int John
West boundedNorth by Saint John's Harbour and the Sea; West by the Sea;
South by the Parish boundary of Saint John with the Parish boundary of Saint Mary.
North East and East by a line in extension of South Street westwards to the Sea, the Ottos Road from its junction with Market Street and South Street as far as its jtnction (near to the junction with Camacho's Avenue) with a crossroad (formerly a barricade road) and thence Southwards along this crossroad to where it joins the Valley Road from Saint John and thence Southwards along the Valley road to where it meets the Parish boundary of Saint John near to Creekside.
4. Saint John (Rural) All that portion of the Parish of Saint John
South boundedNorth by the Factory Road from its junction with the Scotts Hill Road to its junction with the Parish boundary of Saint John West of the Antigua Sugar Factory;
38 THE ANTIGUA, MONTSERRAT AND VIRGIN ISLANDS GAZETTE [Jaiuatry 30,195.Polling Dsisions. Description and Boundaries.
4. Saint John (Rural) South by the Parish boundary of Saint John;:
South-(Cont'd) East by the Parish boundary of Saint John
including the Village ef Sea View Farm; West and North West by the Scotts Hill Road to its junction with the Ottos Road and thence in a westerly direction along the Ottos Road to its junotion with the crossroad (formerly a barricade road) leading to the Valley Roid and forming part of the Eastern boundary of the Saint John (Rural) West polling division.
5. Saint George and Saint John The Parish of Saint George and all that portion
(Rural) North of the Parish of Saint John boundedNorth by the Sea;
South by that portion of the Factory Road forming the northern boundary of the Saint John (Rural) South and the Saint John's City (South) polling, divisions;
East by the Parish boundary of Saint John with the Parish boundary of Saint George excluding the Village of Sea View Farm; West in part by the Sea and in part by Hyman's Road and East Street in the City of Saint John.
6. Saint Mary All that portion of the Island of Antigua comprising the Pariah of Saint Mary.
7. Saint Paul All that portion of the Island of Antigua
comprising the Parish of Saint Paul excluding theVillage of All Saints.
8. Saint Philip and Saint Peter All those portions of the Parish of Saint Philip.
and the Parish of Saint Peter excluding the Villageof All Saints.
9. Barbuda The Island of Barbuda.
HENRY J. ELWIN,
Supervisor of Ele(tions
14th January, 1958.
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