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Leeward Islands gazette

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Leeward Islands gazette
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Notices.

The sub-joined Warrant of Her
Majesty the Queen authorising the
continued use of the Public Seal of
the Presidency of Montserrat until
a new Seal, rendered necessary
by the demise of the Crown has been
prepared, is published for general
information :—

ELIZABETH R.

Our Will and Pleasure is and We
do hereby authorize and empower
you to make use of the Public Seal
lately in use within

OUR PRESIDENCY OF
MONTSERRAT
for sealing all things whatsoever
that are used to be sealed therewith
until another Seal shall be pre-
pared and transmitted to you duly
authorized by Us.

And for so doing this shall be
your Warrant.

GIVEN at Our Court at St.
James’s this Third day of
March, 1952, in the First
Year of Our Reign.

By Her Majesty’s Command,
OLIVER LYTTELTON,

Warrant authorizing the continued
use of the Public Seal.

Ref. No. 18/00034.

BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE
LEEWARD ISLANDS.

A PROCLAMATION.

K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.

WHEREAS it is: provided by the
Bank Holidays Act (Cap. 114) that
the day on which the anniversary of
the birth of the Sovereign falls shall
be a bank holiday in the Colony.

AND WHEREAS by section 7 of
the gaid Act it is further provided
that it shall be lawful for the Gover-
nor with the advise of the Executive
Council of the Leeward Islands, from
time to time, when it is made to ap-
pear to him in Council, in any special
case, thatin any year it is inexpedient
that a day by the said Act appointed a

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bank holiday should be a bank holi-
day, to declare that such day shall not
in such year bea hank holiday, and
to appoint such other day as to him
in Council may seem fit to besa bank
holiday instead of such day, and
that thereupon the day so appointed
shall in such year be substituted for
the day originally ae by the
said Act:

AND WHEREAS it is inexpedient
that the anniversary ef the birth of
Our Sovereign Lady the Queen should
be kept as a bank holiday in this year
on the 2ist day of April.

NOW, THHREFORE, I do hereby,
by and with the advice of the Exec-
utive Council of the Leeward Islands
and in exercise of the powers confer-
red by the said Act, declare that Mon-
day the 21st day of April shall not in
this year be a bank holiday, and’ap-
point instead Thursday the 5th day of
June, 1952, as a day. to be kept as a
bank holiday throughout the Colony
of the Leeward Islands.

“ And all Her Majesty’s loving sub-

jects in the said Colony and all others

whom it may concern are hereby re-
quired to take due notice hereof and
to give their ready obedience accord-

ingly.

GIVEN at the Government House,
Antigua, this 7th day of. April,
1952, and inthe first year of Her
Majesty’s reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!



BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE
LEEWARD ISLANDS.

A PROCLAMATION.

K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.

WHEREAS under Section 3 of the
Cotton Protection Ordinance, 1922
(No. 7 of 1922), as amended by the
Cotton Protection Amendment Ordi-
nance, 1926 (No. 5 of 1926), it is
provided that the Governor in Coun-
cil may from time to time by Procla-
tion published in the Gazette declare
any period of each year to be a close
season for cotton and for such other
plants as may be specified in any such
Proclamation either for the whole

Presidency or for such area or areas ©

thereof as may be specified in such
Proclamation:

NOW THEREFORE I, KENNETH
WILLIAM BLACKBURNE, a Companion
ot the Most Distinguished Order of
Saint Michael and Saint George and
an Officer of the Most Excellent Order
of the British Empire, Governor and
Commander in Chief in and over the
Colony of the Leeward Islands and
Vice.Admiral of the same, with the
advice of the Executive Council of
the Presidency of Antigua, do by this
my Proclamation declare that the
period from the sixteenth day of May,
1952 to the fourteenth day of August,
1952, inclusive, shall be a close se-
son within the meaning of the said
Ordinance for the whole Presidency
of Antigua.

AND I do hereby order all oceupi-
ers of land, in pursuance of the said
Ordinance, completely to uproot and
burn all cotton and okra plants and
all or any portion of the same grow-
ing or remaining on any such land
occupied by them before the first day
of the said close season.

AND I do further declare that any
person who sows or plants or causes
to be sown or planted any cotton or
okra in any part of the said Presi-
dency during the said close season
shall be guilty of an offence under
the said Ordinance..

GIVEN at the Government House,
Antigua, this 8th day of April,
1952, in the first year of Her
Majesty’s reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!



It is hereby notified for general
information that Her Majesty the
Queen, whose birthday falls on the
21st April, has chosen Thursday,
the 5th June, 1952, for the celebra-
tion of Her own official birthday in
1952. This means that the 21st April
will not be a Bank holiday but that
the 5th June will be instead. The
necessary Proclamation giving effect
to Her Majesty’s wishes will appear in
the Leeward Islands (razette of the
10th April, 1952.

2, In view of Her Majesty’s acces-
sion to the Throne, the Bank holiday
celebrated in respect of the birthday
of the Heir to the Throne will now
be the 14th November in each year,
which is the birthday of Prince
CHARLES.

The Secretariat.
Antigua.

7th April, 1952.

Ref. No. 69/00003.





It is hereby notified that the Gover-
nor has this day cancelled the Com-

mission issued .on the 8th day of
August, 1949 appointing Mr. RAn-

DALL HIPPOLYTE LOCKHART to be a
Commissioner of the Supreme Court
of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands in the Montserrat Circuit.

2, Consequent on the foreguing
the Governor has been pleased to
appoint Mr. ALLAN FITZ-GERALD
LAURENT LOUISY to be a Commis-
sioner of the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Is-
lands in the said Circuit for the period
during which he may be performing
the duties of Crown Attorney of
Montserrat.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
3rd April, 1952.



No. 35.

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

GEORGE, O., to be Petty Officer Cl. ITI,
Medical Department, Antigua.

April 1
GILKes, L., to be Junior Clerk,
Treasury, Antigua, on probation.
Jan. 1

GLOADE, B., to be Junior Clerk,
Agricultural Department (Market-
ing), Antigua, on probation

\ Jan. 1

GooDWwIN, G., to be Junior
Agricultural Department (Market-
ing), and~seconded to Labour
Department, Antigua, on probation.

Jan. L

Henry, Miss M., to be Petty Officer
Cl. II, Agricultural Department,
(Marketing), Antigua, on probation.

Jan. 1

Hit, Miss H., Junior Clerk, Printing
Department, Leeward Islands, to be
Junior Clerk, Agricultural Depart-
ment (Marketing) and seconded to
Construction Engineer’s Depart-
ment, Antigua. April 1

MERCIER, D., to be Junior Clerk,
Agricultural Department (Market-
ing), Antigua, on probation.

. Jan. 1

D., to be Petty Officer

Municipal Department,
Antigua. April 1

SHaw, W.. to be Petty Officer Cl. II],
Agricultural, Department (Market-
ing), Antigua. April 1

No. 39.
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

RICHARDS,
Ole sil,





The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
following Ordinances:—

Antigua.
No. 1 of 1952, “The Appropriation
Ordinance, 1952”.

Clerk,

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

No. 3 of 1952, “The Small Farmer
Cultivation & Haulage Service
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1952”.

St. Kitts-Nevis and Anguilla.

INO osror eto pile
Ordinance, 1951”.

“The Firearms

No. 40.

The following Statutory Rule and
Order is circulated with this Gazette
and forms part thereof: —

General Government.

INOsOmOL weLGOSemsmulie
(Virgin Islands) Order, 1952.”

Stamps



Creation of a post of Executive
Officer to a Secondary
Industries Board.

The Government of Antigua is con-
sidering the creation of a post of
Executive Officer to a Secondary In-
dustries Board which is shortly to be
established. The duties of the Execu-
tive Officer will include supervision
of a Cotton Ginnery, a cornmeal
factory, an arrowroot mill and a can-
nery. In addition the Officer will be
required to advise the Board on the
technical aspects of any further secon-
dary industries which may be intro-
duced in the Presidency.

These industries will be on a small
scale and it is not expected that the
Hixecutive Officer should be an expert
in. all of them. He should be a
practical man with a knowledge of
electricity and machinery, with ability
to control and train staff, and with
sufficient knowledge of simple ac-
counting to be able to take managerial
charge in the initial stages of any
industry which may be established.
He should be willing’to turn his hand
to anything and to have a pioneer-
ing spirit.

The appointment would be for three
years, with provision for six months
leave at the end of that period. It
would not be pensionable. It would
carry a salary of not more than £900
per annum, and a transport allowance.

It is anticipated tliat the post will be
created by the middle of 1952; and,
if it is finally decided to make this
appointment, the selected candidate
will be required to assume duty in
July, 1952.

In the meantime, persons desirous
of being considered for the post (if
created) are invited to submit applica-
tions to the Administrator of Antigua
stating age, education, and a full
record of past experience and present
employment. Testimonials need not
be forwarded at this stage.

Administrator’s Office,
St. John’s,
Antigua.

Ref. No, A, 42/37,

[10 April, 1952.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 8th February, 1952.

PEPSODENT LIMITED of St.
Bridget’s House, Bridgewell Place,
London EH. 6. 4. England, have applied .
for Registation of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:—

CHLORODENT

in class 48 that is to say “Perfumery”
(including toilet articles, preparations
for the teeth and hair and perfumed
soap).

The Applicants claim that they have
never 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 Leeward Islands Gazette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks
Office, Antigua, of opposition to regig-
tration of the said Trade Mark,

A. R. MEADB,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.



In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.

(VIRGIN ISLANDS CIRCUIT).

Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance 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 day of October,
A.D. 1941, His Lordship the Chief
Justice has appointed the day of the
month on which the ensuing Circuit
Court shall sit as follows, that is te
say :— :

The Virgin Islands Circuit on
Wednesday the 30th day of April,
1952, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon.

Dated the 15th day of March, 1952.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Pea Registrar.

RAINFALL FIGURES.
Centra] Experiment Station,









Antigua.
1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
Jan. 262 150 541 360 2°42
Feb. 1598 602,005 = 22:50 Sources
Mar. 189 ~ 6:62 1°58 -1°09. ~ 1:69
Apr. 5 “07 _ “49 Ot —_
537 «909s 990 «G61 5°63





Publications issued from the
Government Printing Office,
Leeward Islands.

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.



- General Government.

No. 6 of 1952, “The Trading with
the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1952.”
y 6 pp. Price 8e.

No. 7 of 1952, The importation
and Exportation of Notes (xemp-
tion) (Amendment) Order, 1952.”

1 pp. Price le.



10 April, 1952. | THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 81

Colony of the Leeward Islands.
PRESIDENCY OF ANTIGUA.
Title by Registration Act.
Registry oF Tires. Antigua Oircurt.
SCHEDULE OF APPLICATION

For Certificate of Title, and Notings thereon, and caveats, for the week ending the 29th day of
March, 1952.

Nature of Request whether for Certificate of

Date of Request. | Person presenting. | Title or noting thereon or Gaveab,

12th March, Jane Amelia Crump of Rodney Certificate of Title, for ALL THAT piece or parcel
1952. Street, in the City of Saint of land situate in Ovals, and bounded as
John, in the Island of Antigua, follows: —
by Messrs. Hewlett & Francis On the Kast by lands of Harney on the West by
‘her Solicitors. | lands of Winriams on the North by Rodney
_ Street, on the South by lands of Bensamrin and
| containing by admeasurement from North to
| South Fifty feet (50') and from East to West
|. Forty feet (40’).



Dated the 28th day of March, 1952:

A. R. Means,
Acting Registrar of Titles.





LS/APT: Dare
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT

(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950).

$ $
Notes in Circulation at 3lst December, 1951 42,74.2,292.00
Currency Fund:
Securities held by Crown Agents at 3lst December, 1951... 30,305,567.40
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund at
31st December, 1951 11,184,529.96 41,490,097.36
On deposit with Accountant General Trinidad and Tobago oe
at 31st December, 1951 Abo 172,875.40
41,662,972.76
Excess of Note Circulation over Fund ee 1,079,319.24.

‘ 49,742,292.00



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Fund at 3i1st December, 1951.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.
STATEMENT of Securities held by the Crown A

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a Samed ES ch ek ae 8. a. 4) SEB
Australia 34 % ole 100 & 41,487 4 4 42,065 16 1 41487 4 4 518 11
r 3h 1954/9 984 .. W947 10° 4'| 12,081 18 6| 11,768 6 1| 313 12
i Mt Ome Or ans 47,365 4 10 47,365 4 10 Ole One aie Gogente
4 3, 1995/70 974 ,, 45,000 0 0 45,562 10 0 43,875 0 0 | 1,687 10
* 7 », 1956/61 944 ,, 12,394: 0° 5 12,394 0 5 VLA 7) RIL TB
. », 1958/60 934 ,, EDF Ost Ou |: () a emammeatecy sate sien 6 lene) 14;342 4 9 | 805 6
ms i » 1961/4 984 ,, 31,000 0 0 32,046 5 0 30,9385 0: 0} 1,511 -5
* 3Hs,, 1961/6 94° ,, Seal Ome mee 96,497 12 4 91,855 19° 2-| 4,641 18
0%) 3 ,, 1963/65 88} ,, 16,124 18 8 15,298 10-7] 14,270 11 4) 1,097 19
3 Dre LOCoOees Ts, cD 37,385 5 2). 35,235 12 1 32,525- 3! 6-1 2710. 8
3 ,, 1964/6 884 ,, Salome dame 2980) 2) a9 Payers (BS) ip = Wl IE
: Oi OO Mame Olin 33,278 10 0 30,990 12 1) 28,952 511) 2,038 6
24 ome lle Orioles leery Bove Ite LL 2,989 5 4 aol 9-8) 287" 15
ms » LOT5/7 814,, 42,217 15 7 Boge Ib 0) 34,407 9° 9) 3,113 11
Barking 34 pet] Oe Ohare 13,000 0 0 13,162 10 0; 12,740 0 0 |. 422 10
Blackburn 24,, 1960/65 874. ,, 7,700 0 0 Celts WB 3 OS ot LOFTON) = 433582
Blackpool 3 ,, 1957. 96, 712 1.10 GA WANG 6832 t oF Douay
Belfast 23,, 1963/6 854.,, Se Ommcmnlel 3,454 12 6 | 3,223 13: 9 230 18
Bootle 3},, 1958/62 94} ,, 6,228 16. 2 6,150 19 0 | 5,886 5 0) 264 14
Bradford 33 ,, 1972/82 874 ,, ON Ome SS al omelianlol 5,246 13:11] 472 4
Burton-on-Trent 3% 1953 994% ROO ateelele ee? 184.) Sa a7 20,986 12° 9g | 491 16
Ceylon 33% 1954/9 974 % 17,168 16 11 poo ome mel 16,739 12° 5 | 643 16
% 3h ee OU emotes 7,472 3 8 UpHty ah] (enatsy 1S} 364 5
re 3-,, 1959/6491 ,, 16,731 18 0 16,250 17 2 15,226 0°71) 1,024 16
% 5 ,, 1960/70 L074 % 13,200 0 0} 14,503:10 0 14,190 0 0 313 10
, 4k, 1965 1054 % WWE I | BOBBY hy | = SVC) 19) ey | 992) 12
Consols 4 ,, 1957 or after 9OXD Up pey 4) il 17,038 8 8 Os aia Oo 1,380 18
Cyprus 4 ,, 1956/66 1014% ; 4,724 5 3 4,848 5 5) ADO 2 aD OMS!
Hast Africa High Comm. 34% 1966/68 944% 144,820 14 0 | 143,372 ‘9 10 |- 136,855 11 2) 6,516 18
1» O47, 1968/70 95} OO mel 3,788 0 1 3,653 14 1| 129 6
Exchequer 24% 1955 995/8% 50,000 0 0 50,613. 2.0] . 49,812 10 Of 980012
Federated Malay States 3% 1960/70 83% ps3 Ole Sul 13,852 6 0 U2 IAT 8s Ooo Lf a
Funding 23 % 1952/7. 99 x 70,000 0 0 CALMS Ey 69300 0 07) 1,881: 5
a 2h » 1956/61 922.,, 929,232 10° 8 | 902,198 111 861,863. 3 6 40,334-18
re Gere o5 9/69 87} “ 50,000 0 0 47,000 0 0 43,750. 0 0] 3,250 0
5 3 -,, 1966/8 88° % XD 233,869° 5 8 | 220.275 12 8 | 205,804 19 5 14,470 13
Gold Coast 3 % 1954/9 954 ,, 2,004 10 6 1,989 9 10 HOA One a (3)
si Ae elo 00 LOS mae 34,729 18- 3 36,900 10 8 DOs lee Omer a meal San] a!
is 4t ,, 1960/70 1023% Sigal mae) PA Olsy GS) 1,926 10 2 | SOmma
Dil doondo 2,188 16 - 6 elodenco al 20s om to meom Smee
Huddersfield 34% 1958/63 964% 10,000 0 0 10,137 10. 0 D000 90) Oe 487 10)
Hull 33 % 1958/63 964 % 6,459 13. 4 |. 6,483 17 10 6,233 11 7; 250 6
Hull 34 " 1960/70 944, 9,162 15 4 8,910 15 LO 8,658 16 4% 25119
Iikeston 34% 1959/64 964% 4.993 10 8 | 5,030 19 8 APSiSior went 212 4
Kenya af pL Gage LORY, 10,264 17 11 11,034 15 3 10,572 16°10 461 18
wee sy 1969/00 79XD 135,382 9 2] 115,582 15 5 | 106,952 2 91} 8.630 12
. 8 » LITT/T6 80k 7 2,429°10- 9 2,150 2°10 ledoo ml maen 194 7
3h... 1973/8 90} . 170488 0 1) 166,225 16 1] 154.2991 12 11 11,934 3
Leeda 3% 1955/8 95% XD ae 5,389 11 10 5,376 2 4 D120 2 3 256 0
London Elec. ‘Trans. Fin. Corp. 24% POnOISP Soa T0090 ° 77 <3 16,541 12 1 16,243 18 10 297 13
Malay 3% 1974/6 82% staal Omens 65,656 0 7 COONS Shee GeeS
Mauritius 33% 1957/62 964 5.000 0° 0 | 4,950 0 0 4,825 0 0 125 0
Mauritius BE » 1965/8 954 ., 70,049 15 4/ 68,955 4 9 66,897 10 6 | 2,057 14
National erence Loan 3% 1954/8 ot LEX) TOW Gp Ames eA () 2a ame) C2519 029) ale 2) Olsienlisy
National War Bonds 24% 1952/4 997/8 , 988,929. 6-.9| 999,809 5 ©] 987.693 3 6112116 1
National War Bonds 24% 1954/6 995/8 , 745,067 alt | 758,804 oe 742,273 12 0) 16,531 3
Newport (MON) 3% 1952/5 974% 14,924 2 1) - 15054 13 10 14,551 0 1) 503 13
New Zealand 3 % 1952/5 98 ,, 24,617 17 6 | 24,879 8 9 24,125 10 4; -753 18
_ 34. ,, 1955/60 974 % 20,828 411; 21,140 13 5 20,307 10 10 | 8330 2
7 Dee ldO Ola OS hay 16,000 0 0; 17,320 4 0 16,560 0 0 | 760) O
‘ 3h 4, 1960/4 954, 30,843 1 7) 3117015 9) 29455 210! 1,715 12
% 34, 1962/5 91k -,, IAs) Uy 17,006 16 0 Heyes og} Tt | al etehs} The,
PA of ,, 1963/6 904 ,, 735 12 11 715 8 4 665 15 3 49°13
. Oy OO) Semoun, RAS On Ome 9) 16,479 18 7 To 2 99M ones eel SOmmeo:
i Srey tal (Sek) 24.471 13 10 21,840 19. 9 20,189 3 0 1,651 16
Nigeria 3 % 1955 100 YA ZOO SeOmnD | 25.781 4 8 DOO Zeon On 628 16
sed 321 968) 1014. ;, 40.331-19 9} 43.003 19 8 40,936 19 5} 2,067 0
He St. 1964/6 974 © 50,000 0 0} 48.6295 6 2| 47,750 0 0!) 875 6
Duelo S35 Olena yee an 27,821 10 2 2047): 14 7 |e 645 15
Northern Rhodesia 3 y "1963/5 904 % XD 6,813 12 5 : 6,541 1 6 6,166 6 6 374 15
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Carried forward -.| 4,718,934 13 eee 96 13 0 | 4,547,106 14 10 172,799 19





10 April, 4952) THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 83
STATEMENT of Securities, ete.,—(Oont'd.)



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Security. Nominal Value.| Price Paid. Marae | Loss.
| SB aud, ces fe 8.3 (disie ee seeds
Brought forward Sele a4 elon mel |4,716,596 13 o| 14,547,106 14 10 |172,799 19 90
| |

Northern Rhodesia 34% 1955/65 96 % Pein eeeORG ii Om ere ulelen |emeeenl > 0 \ine Onmleea omnes lular: AA ee ad

34,, 1970/2 94 ,, P| BRO 38a MOM masa SumeON pall colNRUL om One oe le aa on suese

Northern. Ireland 34% 1968/70 91% ree AOD meltaaee 4,771 14° 7 | APAS Oi Oe | 289) Wie
Palestine 3% Gtd. 1962/7 88% ae GeO mere) Foo) ele | 5,502 15 4 328 ee

Portsmouth 34% 1972/82 874% eee 624 147341) 1EDe Cee Ommou eA eG TAME Oa

Savings Bonds 24 % 1964/67 853 % ete emma eo Oi lelen eS oene (eee 1425 3-4

- 3° | 1955/65 92 ,, ""11,056-182 11 10 |1,027.137 11 5) 971,687 19 9 | 55,449 11 8

5 3) gy IGNOU) eee. Reel el SSA ieee cee 36,314 17° 0 91-156, > 104) 5,158 ieee?

Bueslebo| ilo 844 Pelee ot omenCaEeO) ORIN 5b Deh 28, 0nSelO nO. San sass

Sheffield 3} 4% 1953 "101% a 5,000 0 0 5,175 0 0| HON). OU, 1253020

Sierra bene 34% 1958/63 953% ae 816. 7 10} 8095250) | ele 29S AEE

South Africa 34% 1953/73 924% aes 9,000 0 0 | OCD ROMO Sol 0 Ore) 360 0 O

South Africa 34% 1954/9 974 ae WG Ok) | 1930 It. 25 SG Gell ewom 624-5593

South Africa 38% 1954/64 894% ee 6,000 0 0 5,670 0 0 yd <0 300° 0 6

Southhampton 3% 1959/64 904% es 1,2306 14 2 HLSTE 6 O eal emeetelieelich freee etenae) 523 0223

South Shields 3% 1956/58 96% a AS (iu elem) 4,098. 6 3.) eo oemesme: Om) LoS haa

Southern Rhodesia 34% 1961/6 945% XD mi 120) 0) O) Oniioilaploleron| 6.369 6 0 = 362235. 6

Swansea 3% 1955/65 885% as Sop ienlieOM 75a Senon| Oy IL KO) | 212 14 8

Uganda 34% 1966/9 953% a LO O @ LOZ) @ ILO): 10) 38 10 0

War Loan 3% 1955/9 1001% cal 288.302 4° 7) 295,518 11-0) 289,022 -19° 87) 36,4907 1

6,677,025 11 0 |6,575,367 1 10 |6,314,493 4 2 260,873 17 8

Joint Colonial Fund ef 2,329,207 1 6 12,829,277) 1 6 )2)329,277 1 6 a5
Total nes ... £| 9,006,302 12 6 (8,904,644 3° 418:643,770 5 8 260,873 1G Ss

Conversion at rate of 4/2d. to $1 _ $ 43,230,252.60 42,742,292.00 41,490,097.36 1,252,194.64

ER

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner. .

Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad, :
29th February, 1952.
Ref, No, C.C. 1.



84 THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. [10 April, 1952.
ORDER OF COMPETENT AUTHORITY.

om

Order made by the Competent Authority for the Presidency of Antigua under Regulation 50
of the Defence Regulations, 1989, 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, 1951 (Imp.).

No. 6 of 1952.
DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Control of Prices (Amendment No. 6).
Order, 1952, and shall be read together with the Control of Prices Order, 1944 (No. 9 of 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 by the deletion of sub-item 4 (6) and the substitution therefor of the sub-item bearing a.
similar number as set out in the Schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE.
Part-I
ANTIGUA.
List “ A”—Foodstutts, ete.



Item. ‘ Article. Wholesale Price. Retail Price.





_ 4. Meal—
(0) Cornmeal (Canadian) ...| $12.72 per bag of 100 Ib. 15c. per lb.



Dated the 9th day of April, 1952.
ete he . R. Sr. J. O. Wayne, -
Administrator,
Competent Authority.

- ANTIQUA. :
; Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E, M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer—By Authority
1952.

[Price 12 cents.]



LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 8.

STAMPS,

THE Stamps (Virein Isranps) Oxper, 1952, paTep Aprtt 7,
1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN CoUNCIL UNDER SEC-
TLONS 4 AND 5 oF THE Sramp Acr (Cap. 135).



1. Citation, This Order may be cited as the Stamps
(Virgin Islands) Order, 1952.

2. Definition. In this Order the term “stamps”
means adhesive stamps for postage and revenue.

3. Virgin Islands Stamps. There shall be used
in the Presidency of the Virgin Islands, concurrently with the
uniform stamps for use throughout the Colony, special stamps
of the values and of the designs specified in the Schedule hereto.

4. Dies. (1) The several dies and other implements
required to give effect to this Order shall be provided,

(2) The several dies and other implements hitherto
provided in respect of special stamps heretofore authorised for
use in the Presidency of the Virgin Islands shall be destroyed.

5. Rescission. The Stamps (Virgin Islands) Order,
1988 (S. R. & O. 1938 No. 23) is hereby rescinded:

Provided that the special stamps: authorised for use in the
said Presidency thereunder, may continue to be used unless or
until otherwise ordered, and such stamps may continue to be
sold until the stocks existing at the date of this Order are
exhausted.

6. Commencement. This Order shall come into
»operation on the 15th day of April, 1952.

Made by the Governor in Council this 7th day of April,
1952.

A. E. Penn,
Clerk of the Council.



2

SCHEDULE.

The stamps hereby authorised shall consist of a portrait of His late
Majesty King George the Sixth surmounted by the Royal Crown with
the name “ Virgin Islands” inscribed thereon.

The said stamps shall be of the respective values, colours and
additional description hereinafter appearing, that is say:—

VALUE. CoLouUR.
$. ¢
Ht Grey
2 Green (
3 Sepia and Black
4 Red
5 Black and Purple
8 Blue
i) Purple
24 Brown
60 Brown and Green
1.20 Blue and Black
2.40 Brown and Green
- 4.80 Carmine and Blue

ANTIGUA.

DESCRIPTION.

Sombrero Lighthouse
Map of Jost Van Dyke
Sheep Industry

Map of Anegada

Cattle Industry

Map of Virgin Gorda

Map of Tortola

Badge of the Presidency
Dead Man’s Chest :
Sir Francis Drake Channel
Road Town

Map of the Virgin Islands

‘Printed at the Government Printing Ofiice, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BhackMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.

d 1952,
62/00002—410—4.52.

Price 4 cents



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Notices.

The sub-joined Warrant of Her
Majesty the Queen authorising the
continued use of the Public Seal of
the Presidency of Montserrat until
a new Seal, rendered necessary
by the demise of the Crown has been
prepared, is published for general
information :—

ELIZABETH R.

Our Will and Pleasure is and We
do hereby authorize and empower
you to make use of the Public Seal
lately in use within

OUR PRESIDENCY OF
MONTSERRAT
for sealing all things whatsoever
that are used to be sealed therewith
until another Seal shall be pre-
pared and transmitted to you duly
authorized by Us.

And for so doing this shall be
your Warrant.

GIVEN at Our Court at St.
James’s this Third day of
March, 1952, in the First
Year of Our Reign.

By Her Majesty’s Command,
OLIVER LYTTELTON,

Warrant authorizing the continued
use of the Public Seal.

Ref. No. 18/00034.

BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE
LEEWARD ISLANDS.

A PROCLAMATION.

K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.

WHEREAS it is: provided by the
Bank Holidays Act (Cap. 114) that
the day on which the anniversary of
the birth of the Sovereign falls shall
be a bank holiday in the Colony.

AND WHEREAS by section 7 of
the gaid Act it is further provided
that it shall be lawful for the Gover-
nor with the advise of the Executive
Council of the Leeward Islands, from
time to time, when it is made to ap-
pear to him in Council, in any special
case, thatin any year it is inexpedient
that a day by the said Act appointed a

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bank holiday should be a bank holi-
day, to declare that such day shall not
in such year bea hank holiday, and
to appoint such other day as to him
in Council may seem fit to besa bank
holiday instead of such day, and
that thereupon the day so appointed
shall in such year be substituted for
the day originally ae by the
said Act:

AND WHEREAS it is inexpedient
that the anniversary ef the birth of
Our Sovereign Lady the Queen should
be kept as a bank holiday in this year
on the 2ist day of April.

NOW, THHREFORE, I do hereby,
by and with the advice of the Exec-
utive Council of the Leeward Islands
and in exercise of the powers confer-
red by the said Act, declare that Mon-
day the 21st day of April shall not in
this year be a bank holiday, and’ap-
point instead Thursday the 5th day of
June, 1952, as a day. to be kept as a
bank holiday throughout the Colony
of the Leeward Islands.

“ And all Her Majesty’s loving sub-

jects in the said Colony and all others

whom it may concern are hereby re-
quired to take due notice hereof and
to give their ready obedience accord-

ingly.

GIVEN at the Government House,
Antigua, this 7th day of. April,
1952, and inthe first year of Her
Majesty’s reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!



BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE
LEEWARD ISLANDS.

A PROCLAMATION.

K. W. BLACKBURNE,
Governor.

WHEREAS under Section 3 of the
Cotton Protection Ordinance, 1922
(No. 7 of 1922), as amended by the
Cotton Protection Amendment Ordi-
nance, 1926 (No. 5 of 1926), it is
provided that the Governor in Coun-
cil may from time to time by Procla-
tion published in the Gazette declare
any period of each year to be a close
season for cotton and for such other
plants as may be specified in any such
Proclamation either for the whole

Presidency or for such area or areas ©

thereof as may be specified in such
Proclamation:

NOW THEREFORE I, KENNETH
WILLIAM BLACKBURNE, a Companion
ot the Most Distinguished Order of
Saint Michael and Saint George and
an Officer of the Most Excellent Order
of the British Empire, Governor and
Commander in Chief in and over the
Colony of the Leeward Islands and
Vice.Admiral of the same, with the
advice of the Executive Council of
the Presidency of Antigua, do by this
my Proclamation declare that the
period from the sixteenth day of May,
1952 to the fourteenth day of August,
1952, inclusive, shall be a close se-
son within the meaning of the said
Ordinance for the whole Presidency
of Antigua.

AND I do hereby order all oceupi-
ers of land, in pursuance of the said
Ordinance, completely to uproot and
burn all cotton and okra plants and
all or any portion of the same grow-
ing or remaining on any such land
occupied by them before the first day
of the said close season.

AND I do further declare that any
person who sows or plants or causes
to be sown or planted any cotton or
okra in any part of the said Presi-
dency during the said close season
shall be guilty of an offence under
the said Ordinance..

GIVEN at the Government House,
Antigua, this 8th day of April,
1952, in the first year of Her
Majesty’s reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!



It is hereby notified for general
information that Her Majesty the
Queen, whose birthday falls on the
21st April, has chosen Thursday,
the 5th June, 1952, for the celebra-
tion of Her own official birthday in
1952. This means that the 21st April
will not be a Bank holiday but that
the 5th June will be instead. The
necessary Proclamation giving effect
to Her Majesty’s wishes will appear in
the Leeward Islands (razette of the
10th April, 1952.

2, In view of Her Majesty’s acces-
sion to the Throne, the Bank holiday
celebrated in respect of the birthday
of the Heir to the Throne will now
be the 14th November in each year,
which is the birthday of Prince
CHARLES.

The Secretariat.
Antigua.

7th April, 1952.

Ref. No. 69/00003.


It is hereby notified that the Gover-
nor has this day cancelled the Com-

mission issued .on the 8th day of
August, 1949 appointing Mr. RAn-

DALL HIPPOLYTE LOCKHART to be a
Commissioner of the Supreme Court
of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands in the Montserrat Circuit.

2, Consequent on the foreguing
the Governor has been pleased to
appoint Mr. ALLAN FITZ-GERALD
LAURENT LOUISY to be a Commis-
sioner of the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Is-
lands in the said Circuit for the period
during which he may be performing
the duties of Crown Attorney of
Montserrat.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.
3rd April, 1952.



No. 35.

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

GEORGE, O., to be Petty Officer Cl. ITI,
Medical Department, Antigua.

April 1
GILKes, L., to be Junior Clerk,
Treasury, Antigua, on probation.
Jan. 1

GLOADE, B., to be Junior Clerk,
Agricultural Department (Market-
ing), Antigua, on probation

\ Jan. 1

GooDWwIN, G., to be Junior
Agricultural Department (Market-
ing), and~seconded to Labour
Department, Antigua, on probation.

Jan. L

Henry, Miss M., to be Petty Officer
Cl. II, Agricultural Department,
(Marketing), Antigua, on probation.

Jan. 1

Hit, Miss H., Junior Clerk, Printing
Department, Leeward Islands, to be
Junior Clerk, Agricultural Depart-
ment (Marketing) and seconded to
Construction Engineer’s Depart-
ment, Antigua. April 1

MERCIER, D., to be Junior Clerk,
Agricultural Department (Market-
ing), Antigua, on probation.

. Jan. 1

D., to be Petty Officer

Municipal Department,
Antigua. April 1

SHaw, W.. to be Petty Officer Cl. II],
Agricultural, Department (Market-
ing), Antigua. April 1

No. 39.
CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.

RICHARDS,
Ole sil,





The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not be exercised in respect of the
following Ordinances:—

Antigua.
No. 1 of 1952, “The Appropriation
Ordinance, 1952”.

Clerk,

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

No. 3 of 1952, “The Small Farmer
Cultivation & Haulage Service
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1952”.

St. Kitts-Nevis and Anguilla.

INO osror eto pile
Ordinance, 1951”.

“The Firearms

No. 40.

The following Statutory Rule and
Order is circulated with this Gazette
and forms part thereof: —

General Government.

INOsOmOL weLGOSemsmulie
(Virgin Islands) Order, 1952.”

Stamps



Creation of a post of Executive
Officer to a Secondary
Industries Board.

The Government of Antigua is con-
sidering the creation of a post of
Executive Officer to a Secondary In-
dustries Board which is shortly to be
established. The duties of the Execu-
tive Officer will include supervision
of a Cotton Ginnery, a cornmeal
factory, an arrowroot mill and a can-
nery. In addition the Officer will be
required to advise the Board on the
technical aspects of any further secon-
dary industries which may be intro-
duced in the Presidency.

These industries will be on a small
scale and it is not expected that the
Hixecutive Officer should be an expert
in. all of them. He should be a
practical man with a knowledge of
electricity and machinery, with ability
to control and train staff, and with
sufficient knowledge of simple ac-
counting to be able to take managerial
charge in the initial stages of any
industry which may be established.
He should be willing’to turn his hand
to anything and to have a pioneer-
ing spirit.

The appointment would be for three
years, with provision for six months
leave at the end of that period. It
would not be pensionable. It would
carry a salary of not more than £900
per annum, and a transport allowance.

It is anticipated tliat the post will be
created by the middle of 1952; and,
if it is finally decided to make this
appointment, the selected candidate
will be required to assume duty in
July, 1952.

In the meantime, persons desirous
of being considered for the post (if
created) are invited to submit applica-
tions to the Administrator of Antigua
stating age, education, and a full
record of past experience and present
employment. Testimonials need not
be forwarded at this stage.

Administrator’s Office,
St. John’s,
Antigua.

Ref. No, A, 42/37,

[10 April, 1952.
TRADE MARKS OFFICE.
ANTIGUA, 8th February, 1952.

PEPSODENT LIMITED of St.
Bridget’s House, Bridgewell Place,
London EH. 6. 4. England, have applied .
for Registation of one Trade Mark
consisting of the following:—

CHLORODENT

in class 48 that is to say “Perfumery”
(including toilet articles, preparations
for the teeth and hair and perfumed
soap).

The Applicants claim that they have
never 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 Leeward Islands Gazette, give
notice in duplicate at the Trade Marks
Office, Antigua, of opposition to regig-
tration of the said Trade Mark,

A. R. MEADB,
Acting Registrar of Trade Marks.



In the Supreme Court of the
Windward Islands and
Leeward Islands.

(VIRGIN ISLANDS CIRCUIT).

Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance 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 day of October,
A.D. 1941, His Lordship the Chief
Justice has appointed the day of the
month on which the ensuing Circuit
Court shall sit as follows, that is te
say :— :

The Virgin Islands Circuit on
Wednesday the 30th day of April,
1952, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon.

Dated the 15th day of March, 1952.

A. R. MEADE,
Acting Pea Registrar.

RAINFALL FIGURES.
Centra] Experiment Station,









Antigua.
1948. 1949. 1950. 1951. 1952
Jan. 262 150 541 360 2°42
Feb. 1598 602,005 = 22:50 Sources
Mar. 189 ~ 6:62 1°58 -1°09. ~ 1:69
Apr. 5 “07 _ “49 Ot —_
537 «909s 990 «G61 5°63





Publications issued from the
Government Printing Office,
Leeward Islands.

STATUTORY RULES & ORDERS.



- General Government.

No. 6 of 1952, “The Trading with
the Enemy (Custodian) Order, 1952.”
y 6 pp. Price 8e.

No. 7 of 1952, The importation
and Exportation of Notes (xemp-
tion) (Amendment) Order, 1952.”

1 pp. Price le.
10 April, 1952. | THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 81

Colony of the Leeward Islands.
PRESIDENCY OF ANTIGUA.
Title by Registration Act.
Registry oF Tires. Antigua Oircurt.
SCHEDULE OF APPLICATION

For Certificate of Title, and Notings thereon, and caveats, for the week ending the 29th day of
March, 1952.

Nature of Request whether for Certificate of

Date of Request. | Person presenting. | Title or noting thereon or Gaveab,

12th March, Jane Amelia Crump of Rodney Certificate of Title, for ALL THAT piece or parcel
1952. Street, in the City of Saint of land situate in Ovals, and bounded as
John, in the Island of Antigua, follows: —
by Messrs. Hewlett & Francis On the Kast by lands of Harney on the West by
‘her Solicitors. | lands of Winriams on the North by Rodney
_ Street, on the South by lands of Bensamrin and
| containing by admeasurement from North to
| South Fifty feet (50') and from East to West
|. Forty feet (40’).



Dated the 28th day of March, 1952:

A. R. Means,
Acting Registrar of Titles.





LS/APT: Dare
BRITISH CARIBBEAN CURRENCY BOARD ABSTRACT

(Article 7 (4) of First Schedule to the Currency Ordinance, 1950).

$ $
Notes in Circulation at 3lst December, 1951 42,74.2,292.00
Currency Fund:
Securities held by Crown Agents at 3lst December, 1951... 30,305,567.40
On deposit in Crown Agents Joint Colonial Fund at
31st December, 1951 11,184,529.96 41,490,097.36
On deposit with Accountant General Trinidad and Tobago oe
at 31st December, 1951 Abo 172,875.40
41,662,972.76
Excess of Note Circulation over Fund ee 1,079,319.24.

‘ 49,742,292.00
82:

Fund at 3i1st December, 1951.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.
STATEMENT of Securities held by the Crown A

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Security. eae Value. Price Paid. arene Loss.
: |
a Samed ES ch ek ae 8. a. 4) SEB
Australia 34 % ole 100 & 41,487 4 4 42,065 16 1 41487 4 4 518 11
r 3h 1954/9 984 .. W947 10° 4'| 12,081 18 6| 11,768 6 1| 313 12
i Mt Ome Or ans 47,365 4 10 47,365 4 10 Ole One aie Gogente
4 3, 1995/70 974 ,, 45,000 0 0 45,562 10 0 43,875 0 0 | 1,687 10
* 7 », 1956/61 944 ,, 12,394: 0° 5 12,394 0 5 VLA 7) RIL TB
. », 1958/60 934 ,, EDF Ost Ou |: () a emammeatecy sate sien 6 lene) 14;342 4 9 | 805 6
ms i » 1961/4 984 ,, 31,000 0 0 32,046 5 0 30,9385 0: 0} 1,511 -5
* 3Hs,, 1961/6 94° ,, Seal Ome mee 96,497 12 4 91,855 19° 2-| 4,641 18
0%) 3 ,, 1963/65 88} ,, 16,124 18 8 15,298 10-7] 14,270 11 4) 1,097 19
3 Dre LOCoOees Ts, cD 37,385 5 2). 35,235 12 1 32,525- 3! 6-1 2710. 8
3 ,, 1964/6 884 ,, Salome dame 2980) 2) a9 Payers (BS) ip = Wl IE
: Oi OO Mame Olin 33,278 10 0 30,990 12 1) 28,952 511) 2,038 6
24 ome lle Orioles leery Bove Ite LL 2,989 5 4 aol 9-8) 287" 15
ms » LOT5/7 814,, 42,217 15 7 Boge Ib 0) 34,407 9° 9) 3,113 11
Barking 34 pet] Oe Ohare 13,000 0 0 13,162 10 0; 12,740 0 0 |. 422 10
Blackburn 24,, 1960/65 874. ,, 7,700 0 0 Celts WB 3 OS ot LOFTON) = 433582
Blackpool 3 ,, 1957. 96, 712 1.10 GA WANG 6832 t oF Douay
Belfast 23,, 1963/6 854.,, Se Ommcmnlel 3,454 12 6 | 3,223 13: 9 230 18
Bootle 3},, 1958/62 94} ,, 6,228 16. 2 6,150 19 0 | 5,886 5 0) 264 14
Bradford 33 ,, 1972/82 874 ,, ON Ome SS al omelianlol 5,246 13:11] 472 4
Burton-on-Trent 3% 1953 994% ROO ateelele ee? 184.) Sa a7 20,986 12° 9g | 491 16
Ceylon 33% 1954/9 974 % 17,168 16 11 poo ome mel 16,739 12° 5 | 643 16
% 3h ee OU emotes 7,472 3 8 UpHty ah] (enatsy 1S} 364 5
re 3-,, 1959/6491 ,, 16,731 18 0 16,250 17 2 15,226 0°71) 1,024 16
% 5 ,, 1960/70 L074 % 13,200 0 0} 14,503:10 0 14,190 0 0 313 10
, 4k, 1965 1054 % WWE I | BOBBY hy | = SVC) 19) ey | 992) 12
Consols 4 ,, 1957 or after 9OXD Up pey 4) il 17,038 8 8 Os aia Oo 1,380 18
Cyprus 4 ,, 1956/66 1014% ; 4,724 5 3 4,848 5 5) ADO 2 aD OMS!
Hast Africa High Comm. 34% 1966/68 944% 144,820 14 0 | 143,372 ‘9 10 |- 136,855 11 2) 6,516 18
1» O47, 1968/70 95} OO mel 3,788 0 1 3,653 14 1| 129 6
Exchequer 24% 1955 995/8% 50,000 0 0 50,613. 2.0] . 49,812 10 Of 980012
Federated Malay States 3% 1960/70 83% ps3 Ole Sul 13,852 6 0 U2 IAT 8s Ooo Lf a
Funding 23 % 1952/7. 99 x 70,000 0 0 CALMS Ey 69300 0 07) 1,881: 5
a 2h » 1956/61 922.,, 929,232 10° 8 | 902,198 111 861,863. 3 6 40,334-18
re Gere o5 9/69 87} “ 50,000 0 0 47,000 0 0 43,750. 0 0] 3,250 0
5 3 -,, 1966/8 88° % XD 233,869° 5 8 | 220.275 12 8 | 205,804 19 5 14,470 13
Gold Coast 3 % 1954/9 954 ,, 2,004 10 6 1,989 9 10 HOA One a (3)
si Ae elo 00 LOS mae 34,729 18- 3 36,900 10 8 DOs lee Omer a meal San] a!
is 4t ,, 1960/70 1023% Sigal mae) PA Olsy GS) 1,926 10 2 | SOmma
Dil doondo 2,188 16 - 6 elodenco al 20s om to meom Smee
Huddersfield 34% 1958/63 964% 10,000 0 0 10,137 10. 0 D000 90) Oe 487 10)
Hull 33 % 1958/63 964 % 6,459 13. 4 |. 6,483 17 10 6,233 11 7; 250 6
Hull 34 " 1960/70 944, 9,162 15 4 8,910 15 LO 8,658 16 4% 25119
Iikeston 34% 1959/64 964% 4.993 10 8 | 5,030 19 8 APSiSior went 212 4
Kenya af pL Gage LORY, 10,264 17 11 11,034 15 3 10,572 16°10 461 18
wee sy 1969/00 79XD 135,382 9 2] 115,582 15 5 | 106,952 2 91} 8.630 12
. 8 » LITT/T6 80k 7 2,429°10- 9 2,150 2°10 ledoo ml maen 194 7
3h... 1973/8 90} . 170488 0 1) 166,225 16 1] 154.2991 12 11 11,934 3
Leeda 3% 1955/8 95% XD ae 5,389 11 10 5,376 2 4 D120 2 3 256 0
London Elec. ‘Trans. Fin. Corp. 24% POnOISP Soa T0090 ° 77 <3 16,541 12 1 16,243 18 10 297 13
Malay 3% 1974/6 82% staal Omens 65,656 0 7 COONS Shee GeeS
Mauritius 33% 1957/62 964 5.000 0° 0 | 4,950 0 0 4,825 0 0 125 0
Mauritius BE » 1965/8 954 ., 70,049 15 4/ 68,955 4 9 66,897 10 6 | 2,057 14
National erence Loan 3% 1954/8 ot LEX) TOW Gp Ames eA () 2a ame) C2519 029) ale 2) Olsienlisy
National War Bonds 24% 1952/4 997/8 , 988,929. 6-.9| 999,809 5 ©] 987.693 3 6112116 1
National War Bonds 24% 1954/6 995/8 , 745,067 alt | 758,804 oe 742,273 12 0) 16,531 3
Newport (MON) 3% 1952/5 974% 14,924 2 1) - 15054 13 10 14,551 0 1) 503 13
New Zealand 3 % 1952/5 98 ,, 24,617 17 6 | 24,879 8 9 24,125 10 4; -753 18
_ 34. ,, 1955/60 974 % 20,828 411; 21,140 13 5 20,307 10 10 | 8330 2
7 Dee ldO Ola OS hay 16,000 0 0; 17,320 4 0 16,560 0 0 | 760) O
‘ 3h 4, 1960/4 954, 30,843 1 7) 3117015 9) 29455 210! 1,715 12
% 34, 1962/5 91k -,, IAs) Uy 17,006 16 0 Heyes og} Tt | al etehs} The,
PA of ,, 1963/6 904 ,, 735 12 11 715 8 4 665 15 3 49°13
. Oy OO) Semoun, RAS On Ome 9) 16,479 18 7 To 2 99M ones eel SOmmeo:
i Srey tal (Sek) 24.471 13 10 21,840 19. 9 20,189 3 0 1,651 16
Nigeria 3 % 1955 100 YA ZOO SeOmnD | 25.781 4 8 DOO Zeon On 628 16
sed 321 968) 1014. ;, 40.331-19 9} 43.003 19 8 40,936 19 5} 2,067 0
He St. 1964/6 974 © 50,000 0 0} 48.6295 6 2| 47,750 0 0!) 875 6
Duelo S35 Olena yee an 27,821 10 2 2047): 14 7 |e 645 15
Northern Rhodesia 3 y "1963/5 904 % XD 6,813 12 5 : 6,541 1 6 6,166 6 6 374 15
zi |
Carried forward -.| 4,718,934 13 eee 96 13 0 | 4,547,106 14 10 172,799 19


10 April, 4952) THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. 83
STATEMENT of Securities, ete.,—(Oont'd.)



i = “ is fee = n= ea = : a















> iE i |
Security. Nominal Value.| Price Paid. Marae | Loss.
| SB aud, ces fe 8.3 (disie ee seeds
Brought forward Sele a4 elon mel |4,716,596 13 o| 14,547,106 14 10 |172,799 19 90
| |

Northern Rhodesia 34% 1955/65 96 % Pein eeeORG ii Om ere ulelen |emeeenl > 0 \ine Onmleea omnes lular: AA ee ad

34,, 1970/2 94 ,, P| BRO 38a MOM masa SumeON pall colNRUL om One oe le aa on suese

Northern. Ireland 34% 1968/70 91% ree AOD meltaaee 4,771 14° 7 | APAS Oi Oe | 289) Wie
Palestine 3% Gtd. 1962/7 88% ae GeO mere) Foo) ele | 5,502 15 4 328 ee

Portsmouth 34% 1972/82 874% eee 624 147341) 1EDe Cee Ommou eA eG TAME Oa

Savings Bonds 24 % 1964/67 853 % ete emma eo Oi lelen eS oene (eee 1425 3-4

- 3° | 1955/65 92 ,, ""11,056-182 11 10 |1,027.137 11 5) 971,687 19 9 | 55,449 11 8

5 3) gy IGNOU) eee. Reel el SSA ieee cee 36,314 17° 0 91-156, > 104) 5,158 ieee?

Bueslebo| ilo 844 Pelee ot omenCaEeO) ORIN 5b Deh 28, 0nSelO nO. San sass

Sheffield 3} 4% 1953 "101% a 5,000 0 0 5,175 0 0| HON). OU, 1253020

Sierra bene 34% 1958/63 953% ae 816. 7 10} 8095250) | ele 29S AEE

South Africa 34% 1953/73 924% aes 9,000 0 0 | OCD ROMO Sol 0 Ore) 360 0 O

South Africa 34% 1954/9 974 ae WG Ok) | 1930 It. 25 SG Gell ewom 624-5593

South Africa 38% 1954/64 894% ee 6,000 0 0 5,670 0 0 yd <0 300° 0 6

Southhampton 3% 1959/64 904% es 1,2306 14 2 HLSTE 6 O eal emeetelieelich freee etenae) 523 0223

South Shields 3% 1956/58 96% a AS (iu elem) 4,098. 6 3.) eo oemesme: Om) LoS haa

Southern Rhodesia 34% 1961/6 945% XD mi 120) 0) O) Oniioilaploleron| 6.369 6 0 = 362235. 6

Swansea 3% 1955/65 885% as Sop ienlieOM 75a Senon| Oy IL KO) | 212 14 8

Uganda 34% 1966/9 953% a LO O @ LOZ) @ ILO): 10) 38 10 0

War Loan 3% 1955/9 1001% cal 288.302 4° 7) 295,518 11-0) 289,022 -19° 87) 36,4907 1

6,677,025 11 0 |6,575,367 1 10 |6,314,493 4 2 260,873 17 8

Joint Colonial Fund ef 2,329,207 1 6 12,829,277) 1 6 )2)329,277 1 6 a5
Total nes ... £| 9,006,302 12 6 (8,904,644 3° 418:643,770 5 8 260,873 1G Ss

Conversion at rate of 4/2d. to $1 _ $ 43,230,252.60 42,742,292.00 41,490,097.36 1,252,194.64

ER

L. SPENCE,
Executive Commissioner. .

Headquarters,
British Caribbean Currency Board,
Trinidad, :
29th February, 1952.
Ref, No, C.C. 1.
84 THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE. [10 April, 1952.
ORDER OF COMPETENT AUTHORITY.

om

Order made by the Competent Authority for the Presidency of Antigua under Regulation 50
of the Defence Regulations, 1989, 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, 1951 (Imp.).

No. 6 of 1952.
DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.

1. Short Title. This Order may be cited as the Control of Prices (Amendment No. 6).
Order, 1952, and shall be read together with the Control of Prices Order, 1944 (No. 9 of 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 by the deletion of sub-item 4 (6) and the substitution therefor of the sub-item bearing a.
similar number as set out in the Schedule hereto.
SCHEDULE.
Part-I
ANTIGUA.
List “ A”—Foodstutts, ete.



Item. ‘ Article. Wholesale Price. Retail Price.





_ 4. Meal—
(0) Cornmeal (Canadian) ...| $12.72 per bag of 100 Ib. 15c. per lb.



Dated the 9th day of April, 1952.
ete he . R. Sr. J. O. Wayne, -
Administrator,
Competent Authority.

- ANTIQUA. :
; Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, by E, M. BLACKMAN,
Government Printer—By Authority
1952.

[Price 12 cents.]
LEEWARD ISLANDS.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
1952, No. 8.

STAMPS,

THE Stamps (Virein Isranps) Oxper, 1952, paTep Aprtt 7,
1952, MADE BY THE GOVERNOR IN CoUNCIL UNDER SEC-
TLONS 4 AND 5 oF THE Sramp Acr (Cap. 135).



1. Citation, This Order may be cited as the Stamps
(Virgin Islands) Order, 1952.

2. Definition. In this Order the term “stamps”
means adhesive stamps for postage and revenue.

3. Virgin Islands Stamps. There shall be used
in the Presidency of the Virgin Islands, concurrently with the
uniform stamps for use throughout the Colony, special stamps
of the values and of the designs specified in the Schedule hereto.

4. Dies. (1) The several dies and other implements
required to give effect to this Order shall be provided,

(2) The several dies and other implements hitherto
provided in respect of special stamps heretofore authorised for
use in the Presidency of the Virgin Islands shall be destroyed.

5. Rescission. The Stamps (Virgin Islands) Order,
1988 (S. R. & O. 1938 No. 23) is hereby rescinded:

Provided that the special stamps: authorised for use in the
said Presidency thereunder, may continue to be used unless or
until otherwise ordered, and such stamps may continue to be
sold until the stocks existing at the date of this Order are
exhausted.

6. Commencement. This Order shall come into
»operation on the 15th day of April, 1952.

Made by the Governor in Council this 7th day of April,
1952.

A. E. Penn,
Clerk of the Council.
2

SCHEDULE.

The stamps hereby authorised shall consist of a portrait of His late
Majesty King George the Sixth surmounted by the Royal Crown with
the name “ Virgin Islands” inscribed thereon.

The said stamps shall be of the respective values, colours and
additional description hereinafter appearing, that is say:—

VALUE. CoLouUR.
$. ¢
Ht Grey
2 Green (
3 Sepia and Black
4 Red
5 Black and Purple
8 Blue
i) Purple
24 Brown
60 Brown and Green
1.20 Blue and Black
2.40 Brown and Green
- 4.80 Carmine and Blue

ANTIGUA.

DESCRIPTION.

Sombrero Lighthouse
Map of Jost Van Dyke
Sheep Industry

Map of Anegada

Cattle Industry

Map of Virgin Gorda

Map of Tortola

Badge of the Presidency
Dead Man’s Chest :
Sir Francis Drake Channel
Road Town

Map of the Virgin Islands

‘Printed at the Government Printing Ofiice, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BhackMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.

d 1952,
62/00002—410—4.52.

Price 4 cents