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VOL.



Notices.

Pursuant to section 2 of the Land
Acquisition Act, 1944 (No. 1] of
1944) the Governor in Conneil has
appointed Mr. H: J. MLWIN, Assistant
Administrative Secretary, Antigua, as
“ authorized officer” for the purposes
of that Act.

The appointment of Mr. T. E. A.
PERKINS as authorized officer for the
purposes of the said Act, appearing
in the Leeward Islands Gazette of
the 13th and 20th December, 1981, is
hereby revoked.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.

30th November, 1954.

Ret. No. A. 66/180.

Tt is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. W. ROBINSON has been
appointed under section 4 of the
Cattle Trespass Ordinance, 1910, as
Keeper of a public Pound at Pigotts
in the Parish of St. George as from
12th July, 1954.

Administrator’s Office,
Antigua.
26th November,

No. A. 50/40,

1954.



The Administrator of Antigua has
been pleased to re-appoint Rev. H.
Lanr, M.A. to be a member and
Chairman of the Central Library
Board for a period of two years
effective from the 18th November,
1954.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.



1st December, 1954.
No. A. 28/16.
NATURALISATION.

It is hereby notified for general
information that a Certificate of
Naturalisation, No. 3 of 1954, dated
the 4th November, 1954, has been
granted to Dr. FRANCIS HERBERT
TRAPL of the Valley, Anguilla, under
the British Nationality Act, 1948.

The Secretariat,

Antigua.
26th November, 1954.

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The Administrator of Antigua has
appointed the undermentioned Mar-
riage Officer for the Presidency of
Antigua:

Reverend JOHN NOBLE.

Administrator's Office,

Antigua.
Ref. No, A. 8/4.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.



No. 108.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not be exereised in respect of the un-
dermentioned Ordinances:—

Antigua.

No. 8 of 1953,
Reorganisation Ordinance,

No. 9 of 1953, ‘‘ The Harbours and
Roadsteads (Amendment) Ordinance,
1953.”

No. 109.

“The Treasury
1953. ed



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The Governor’s Deputy has been
pleased this day to assent to the
undermentioned Ordinauces:—

Antigua.

No. 14 of 1954, “The Nurses
Registration Ordinance, 1954.”
Nov. 29

Montserrat.

No. 15 of 1954, “The Animals
(Diseases and Importation) Ordinance,
1954.” Nov. 24

Virgin Isiands.

No. 10 of 1954,
Council (Extension of Duration) (Re-
peal) Ordinance, 1954.” Nov. 25

No. Ll of 1954, “The Labour
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1954.”
Noy. 26

No. 110.

The following Ordinances are cir-
culated with this Gazette and form
part thereof :—

Antigua.

No. 8 of 1954, “* The Acquisition of
Antigua Syndicate Estates Tenantry
Areas Loan (Amendment) Ordinance,
1954.” 2 pp. Price 4 cents.

LEEWARD ISLANL



“The Legislative:

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ry ay
ulportiyp.
abc EMBER, 1 1954. No. 58.

No. 10 of 1954, * The Development
(Cotton Ginnery and Electricity) Loan
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1954.”

2 pp. Price 4 cents.



No. IL of 1954, “The Legislative
Council (ixtension of Duration) Ordi-
nance, 1954." 2 pp. Price 4 cents.

No. 13 of 1954, * The Antigua Con-
stitution and Elections (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1954.” 4 pp. Price 7 cents.

Montserrat.

No. 13 of 1954, “The General
Local Luan (Amendment) Ordinance,
1954.” I pp. Price 3 cents.



Venezuelan Consular Represen-
tation.

With reference to the Notice
appearing in the Leeward Islands
Gazette of the 12th August, J 054, it
is notifled for general information
that the Exequatur empowering
Lieutenant Colonel HERNAN
ALBORNOZ-NINO to act as Consul-
General of Venezuela at Port of
Spain, Trinidad, for the Islands of
Trinidad, ‘'obago, Grenada, St. Vin-
cent, Barbuda, Barbados, St. Lucia,
Dominica, St. Christopher, Antigua,
Nevis and Montserrat and the Virgin
Islands, received Her Majesty’s
signature on the 20th Octoher, 1954.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.

26th November, 1954.

Ref. No. 19/0000.

Montserrat Constitution and KHlec-
tions Ordinance, 1952,

Revision Notice.

TAKE NOTICE that the lists of
voters for the Central and Northern
Electoral Districts will be revised by
me the undersigned ALLAN LOUISY
on Wednesday the 8th day of Decem-
ber, 1954, at the Magistrate’s Court,
Cudjoe Head at 1 o’clock in the
afternoon.

Dated this 19th day of November,
1954.

ALLAN LOUISY,
Revising Officer.



224

Montserrat Constitution aiid iHlee-

tions Ordinanee, 1982.

Revision Notice.



TAKE NOTICKH that the lists of
voters for the Southern and Wind-
ward Electoral Districts will be
revised by me the undersigned
ALLAN Lovisy on Wednesday ihe
8th day of December, 1954 ai the
Court Honse, Plymouth at 9 o’clock
in the forenoon.

Dated this 19th day of November,
1954.
ALLAN LOUISY,
Revising Officer.

It ig hereby notified for general
information that postage stamps of
the values specified below, for use in
the Presidency of St. Kitts, Nevis
and Anguilla will be released for sale
in that Presidency on the Ist Decem-
ber, 1954, in addition to denumina-
tions of lower valucs which were

placed on sale on the Ist March,
1954:—
24 cents, 48 cents, 60 cents,

$1.20, and $4.80.

The designs of these stamps are
identical with those of the current
Main issue except that the Portrait
of Her Majesty Queen ELIZABETH IT
replaces that of His Late Majesty
King GEORGE VI.

The Seervetariat,
Antigua,
1th November, 19i!.
Ref. No. 62/0010.

Declaration dated October 12,
1954, made under section 8
of the Land Acquisition Act,
1944 (No. 11/1944) for the
acquisition of certain land in
the Island of Antigua requir-
ed for public purpose.

IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that
the Governor in Council with the
approval of the Legislative Council
of the Presidency of Antigua consi-
ders that the land described in the
Schedule hereto being the property
of RAYMOND EBENEZER JARVIS ce-
ceased but subject to a life interest in
favour of JOYCE FREDERICA JARVIS,
should be acquired for public pur-
poses, namely, for the erection of a
Market Shed and Abattoir in the
Town of Parham in the Island of
Antigua.





Schedule.

All that piece or pareel of land
situate in the Town of Parham in the
Island of Antigua containing 6,043
square feet and bounded as follows,
that is to say on the North and West
by the Public Road, on the Kast by
a wall and lands of GORDON and
RICHARDS on the South by a wall
and land of EDWARDS.

Made by the Governor in Conncil
this 12th day of October, 1954.

J. L. ROBINSON,
Clerk of the Couneil.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE

Declaration dated October 26,
1954, made under Ssction 8
of the Land Acquisition Act,
1944, (No. 11/1944) for the
acquisition of certain land in
the Presidency of Antigua
required for Public purposes.

It is Hereby Declared that the
Governor in Council with the ap-
proval of the Legislative Council of
the Presidency of Antigua considers
that the lands forming part of Five
Islands Estate situate in the Parish of
Saint John in the Island of Antigua
and more particularly described in the
Schedule hereto, should be acquired
for public purposes, nainely:—

(1) to obtain a site for the erection
of a school and provision of play-
ground;

(2) to obtain an area for exten-
sion of the existing village of Five
Islands:

(3) to provide agricultural plots
for the villagers of Five Islands;
and,

(4) to provide a grazing area for
the stock of the said villagers.

Schedule.

All that portion of land forming
part of the Five Islands Estate and
consisting of two parcels of land
containing in the whole 125 acres or
thereabouts situated on the Five Is-
lands peninsula in the Parish of St.
John in the Presidency of Antigua
being:—-

(1) an area lying north of the
Vive Islands road and west of the
village of Hive Islands, and

(2) an area lying south of the
Five Islands road and west of the
said village.

Made by the Governor in Council
this 26th day of October, 1954.

J. L. ROBINSON,
Clerk of the Council.

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

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that
in pursuance of Rules made by the
Chief Justice under Section 16 of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Is-
lands Courts Order in Council, 1939,
on the 16th dav of October, 1941, ag
amended, the Honourable the Puisne
Judge selected for the sitting of the
Court in the Antigua Cirenit has
appointed the undermentioned day
on which the ensuing Circuit shall sit
in the Presidency, that is to say:





On Monday the 10th day of January,
1955, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon.

H. 3. L. MosEeLny,
Registrar, Antigua Circuit.

Registrar's Office,
Antigua.
24th November, 1954.

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(2 December, 1954.

PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICH,
ANTIGUA.
Sih NOVEMBER, 1954.

Notice is hereby given that there
will be sold on the various premises
in the City of Saint John on Thurs-
day the 9th day of December, 1954,
at 12 o’clock noon, the Lands and
Tenements belonging to the persons
hereafter named—

ALFRED PETERS STREET

Eliza Jeffery, Alphonso Hamilton,
Pearl Hutchinson, Phyllis DeSilvia,
Mrs. Dennis Samuel, Winifred
Robbins, Ruth Warner.

BENNETT STREET.

Ursula Matthew, Olive Hazlewood,
Peter Philip. Hilda Hill.

ST. JOHN’S STREET.

Ann Martin, Kate D. McAndrew,
Estate of Charles Isaac, Mary Grant,
Charles Isaac, Thomas O’Brien, Alice
Adams, James & Mitchell, Eliza
Jeffery, ENen John, Nathaniel James,
Charlotte Mathurin.

BISHOPGATE STREET.
Heirs of James Cephas, Dulcina
Vann, Selina Billinghurst, Florence
Ramsay, Thomas Williams, Heirs of
A. Laviscount, Thomas B. Martin,
Margaret Beazer.

NORTH STREET.

Mary Samuel, Louisa Semper,
Heirs of S. Daniel, Dorcas Osborne,
Ferdinand Martin, Alfred Hunte,
Alice Horsford, Heirs of Juliett
Bonien, John Sebastian, Titus Simon.

HAWKINS STREET.
Alice M. Higgins.

HOOD STREET.
Francis James (2), George B. Lake,
Brunella Benjamin (2), Edgar
Thomas, James H. King.

DRAKE STREET.
James Martin, Henry Edwards (2).

FORT ROAD.

Arthur Roberts, Gwendolyn Simon,
Caliste Destin, Harold Scholar, Joseph
Thomas, Gwendolyn George, Pearla
Hutchinson, Cecil Kendall, Ruth
Barnes, L. E. George.

CROSS STREET.
O. St. A. Duke.

OTTOS LAND.
David E. Joseph.

RODNEY STREET.
Elvina Edmund.
NELSON STREET.
Alberta Parker, Thomas Warner,
Louisa Nichodemus, Ephraim John,

The same having been levied upon
to satisfy the City Rate due thereon
for the year 1954,

H. 8S. L. MOSELEY,
Provost Marshal.



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2. December, 1954.

PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICE
ANTIGUA.

25th November, 1954.

Notice is hereby given that there
will be sold on the various premises
in the City of Saint John on Tuescay
the 21st day of December, 1954 at
12 o’clock noon, the Lands and
Tenenients belonging to the persens
hereafter named.

BELL STREET.
Gwendolyn Simon.
BRYSON STREET.

Albertha Samuel, Charlotte Tobitt,
Reginald Mussington.
BEHIND DICKENSONBAY
STREET,

Hilda Hill, Peter Philip, Kdward
Towsend, Kenneth Murdoch, Alfred
O. Wallace.

DIKENSONBAY STREET.

John Lucas, Kenneth Murdoch,
Rosalind Morgan (2), Ickford Winter
(3).

ST. GEORGES STREET.

Ickford Winter (2), Kdward Lloy<,
Alfred Reynolds, Alice M. Smith.

ST. JOHNS STREET.

Heirs of Joseph Thibou, Frances
Samuel, John Harris, Victoria James,
Ethel Hunte, Robert A. Carty,
Martha Byam, Francis James.

BISHOPGATE STREET.

George H. Joseph, James B. Hart,
Heirs of Rev. Francis, Jane Ann
Wilson, John Dowe, Sydney Benja-
min, Louisa Semper.

NORTH STREET.
Henry

Heirs of Daniel Peters,

Edwards.
NEWGATE STREET.
Samuel A. Joseph, James B. Hart.
WAPPING STREET.
Ernest Martin.
CHURCH STREET.

Gwen & P. Jordan, Estate of John
H. Moore.

WAPPING LANE.

James N. Webber. John Matthew,
Estate of Franklyn Carlisle, Samuel
Laviscount, Benjamin Lowen,

POPESHEAD STREET.

Iola Alleexander, Adolphus
Reynolds, George Samuel, Heirs of
Joseph Ralph.

NEWGATE LANE.
Heirs of Willock, Morris Gardner.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

BISHOPGATE ALLEY.

Heirs of L. Matthew, Maxwell

Humphreys.
ST. JOHN’S LANE.
Kistate of Sarah James.
MARKET STREET,
John Nascimento.
LONG STRERT.

Antonetta Reid, George McAndrew,
Estate of John H. Moore.

ST, MARYS STREET.
Rev. C. Francis.
REDBCLIFEE STRELT..
Benjamin Lowen.;
SOUTH STREEY,
Tryphena Joseph.
CORN ALLEY.
Joseph Thomas.
CROSS STREET.

Emily Athill, Ruby Hughes, M.

&. C, Walters,
OTTOS LAND,

George Farley.

RODNEY STREET.
Joseph Lewis.

NELSON STREET.
Joseph Lewis.

FACTORY ROAD.
Frank Henzell.

The same having been levied upon
to satisfy the City Rate due thereon
for the year 1954.

H. S. L. MOSnLEY,

Provost Marshal.

Regional Economic Committee
of the British West Indies,
British Guiana and British

Honduras.



The Regional Economic Committee
invites application from suitably
qualified persons for the vacant post
of Administrative Assistant at an
annual salary in the scale of $3,360-
240-§3,840 per annum. Passages on
assumption and termination of ap-
pointment for the Administrative
Assistant and family up to five in all
from and to the place of engagement
will be paid by the Cominittee. The
post does not at present carry pension
or superannuation rights,

2. ‘The appointment will be for a
period up to the 31st December, 1955
in the first instance.

225

3. Candidates should possess ad-
ministrative experience in relation te
trade and commercial matters and
preference will be given to candi-
dates holding special qualifications in
those fields. Candidates should be
proficient in the assembly and pre-
sentation of statistical material, pub-
licity material, ete. The person
selected will be required, tnter alia,
to assist in regional surveys and the
collation of material for publications
and Information Bulletins of the
Secretariat.

4. ‘The Committee reserves the
right to fill the post by invitation if
no suitable application is received,

5. details of candidate’s education,
special qualifications and -xperience,
together with supporting documents
and naines of two referees should be
addressed to the Executive Secretary,
Regional Economic Committee, Hast-
ings House, Barbados, to reach not
later than Ist December, 1954.

No. A. 77/19—JT,

Post of Assistant Superinten-
dent of Public Works,
Grenada.

Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Superintendent of
Public Works, Grenada.

2, The post, which is pensionable,
carries a salary scale of $2,880-120-
$4,080 per annum. The actual point
of entry in the scale will be deter-
mined in the light of experience and
individual qualifications.

3. The appointment, subject toa
medical certificate of fitness which is
required to he furnished beforehand,
will be for a probationary period of
one year in the first instance, and
may be terminated during that period
by either party by one month’s notice
in writing.

4. A transpert allowance is pay-
able at the current rate of $732 per
annum and the officer will be requir-
ed to keep a car for the performance
of his duties. Government will be
prepared to grant an interest free
loan to the officer for the purchase of
a car.

5. Quarters are not provided.

6. Free passage to Grenada for
the successful candidate, his wife and
a maximum of 2 children will be
provided.

7. Applicants should state—

(a) Age

(4) Schools or University at
which educated and Certificates or

Diplomas obtained

(c) Nature of present and past
employments



THE

(d) Amount of monthly salary
or wages earned in the post in
which applicant is or was last em-
ployed.

226

(e) Past experience in work of
the game or similar kind to that
required in the post advertised.

They should also furnish copics of
testimonials (which will not be re-
turned to the applicant) certified as
true copies by a Justice of the Peace
or a Minister of Religion or Head of
a Government Department.

8. Qualifications.—The officer
is expected to possess the standard
qualification of a Civil Engineer, or
its equivalent, and have at least three
years working experience on such
Public Works. A working know-
ledge of Land and Engineering
surveys is essential He will be
required to assist the Superintendent
of Public Works generally and to
deputise for him when required to
do so.

9. The officer will be required to
carry out all types of Public Works
and such other duties as may from

Account of Deposits

LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

time to time be required ly the
Superintendent of Public Works.

10. He will be subject to Her
Majesty’s Colonial Regulations and to
the General Orders of the Colony.

11. Applications should be ad-
dressed to the Secretary, Public
Service Commission, Government
Office, Grenada, to reach him not later
than 15th December, 1954.

Government Office,
Grenada,

No. A.O 13/89.

TRAFFIC NOTICE.

The Vehteles & Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1946.

By virtue of the powers conferred
on me in Section 2 of the Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1946
(No. 5 of 1946), I hereby fix the
period hereunder for the lighting of
vehicles.

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{2 December,. 1954,

Until further notice, the lighting
of vehicles shall be from 5.45 p.m. to
5.45 a.m.

Dated the 23rd day of November,
1954.

E. M. V. JAMES, Lt. Col.,
Traffic Commissioner.

Ref. No. 36/0004.

RVNEALL FIGURES.

Oentral Experiment Station,









Antigua.

1950, 1951. 1952. 1953, 1954,
Jan. 541 3.60 241 1.93 3.04
Feb. 2.52 1,88 160 1.02 2,45
Mar. 1.58 1,08 1.62 5.60 1.08
Apr. 244 916 3.14 2.06 49
May 2.06 10.54 3.07 1.50 3.88
June 166 274 6.74 131 3.32
July 185 8.28 «8.38 3.20 8.47
Aug. 10.71 9.18 843 3.15 5.93
Sept. 6.34 12.06 5.55 2.10 9,91
Oct. 5.13 3.90 5,19 85 4.62
Nov. 27th 2.47 349 5.19 5.16 1.40

42,17 58,92 60.32 27.88 39.54











ANTIGUA SAVINGS BANK.

and Withdrawals for Quarter ended 31st March, 1954.







DEPOSITS. j WITHDRAWALS.
To Balance at credit of Depositors | By Withdrawals 75,980.42
as at 31st December, 1953 = 777,467.51 | By Balance at credit of Depositors
To Deposits received 91,261.18 | as at 31st March,
To Interest credited to 1954 792,750.92
Depositors 2.65
$868,731.34 $868,731.34
Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at 31st March, 1954,
LIABILITIES. ASSETS.
Balance at credit of Depositors Investments 727,515.11
as at 8ist March, 1954 792,750.92 Cash with Treasurer 39,807.79
Revenue Interest. 8,979.67 Deficit 34,409.37
sale of Pass Books 1.68
$801,732.27 $801,732.27

12th November, 1954.

J. R. A. McDonarp,

Manager, Govt. Savings Bank.



ANTIGUA.

Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands, bygE. ©, BLAcKMAN, E.D,

Goverument Printer.—By Authority,
1954

[Prive 28 cents.]



cad

No. 8 of 1954. Acquisition of Antigua Syndicate
Estates Tenantry Areas Loan
(Amendment).

[L.S.]
I AssENT,
K. W. BracksBurNE,
Governor.
3rd November, i954.

[3rd November, 1954.]

ANTIGUA.
No. 8 of 1954.

An Ordinance toamend the Acquisition of Antigua
Syndicate Estates Tenantry Areas Loan Ordi-
nance, 1953.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua us
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Acquisition of Antigua Sy ndicate Estates Tenantry
Areas Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1954, and
shall be reid as one with the Antigua Syndicate
Estates Tenaotry Areas Loan Ordinance, 19538,
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. The following section is hereby. substitn-
ted for section 5 of the Principal Ordinance:—

“5, (1) Any sum raised to defray the
expenses of issue shall be applied only to that
purpose.

(2) Save as aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under the authority of this Ordinance
shall be appropriated and applied to the pur:
pose specified in the Schedule hereto.”

8. Subsection (2) of section 6 of the Princi-
pal Ordinance is hereby amended by the substitu
tion of the words “place at interest or invest ” for

ANTIGUA

Short Title

G{L953

Substitution
of section 5
of Principal
Ordinance.

Application
of loun,

Amendment
Of section 6
of Principal
Ordinance,



-

Acquisition of Antigua Syndicate No. 8 of 1954.
Fstates Tenantry Areas Loan
(Amendment).

vo

ANTIGUA.

the word “invest” appearing in the first and eighth
lines of paragraph (d) thereof °

Avec LOVELACE,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day of
October, 1954.
J. L. Ropinson,
Clerk of the Council.



ANTIGUA,
Printed at tne Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands,
by E. M. BACKMAN, Government Printer. By Authority.
Vos t,

5OO—11.54. | Price 4 cents,]



e

No, 10 of 1954. Development (Colton Ginnery and — ANTIGUA.
Hlectricity Loan (Amendment).

[| L.S.]
I Assent,
kX. W. BrackBurne,
Governor.
3rd November, 1954.

| 3rd November, 1954. ]

ANTIGUA.
No. 10 of 1954.

An Ordinance to nmend the Development (Cotton
Ginnery and Electricity) Loan Ordinance,
1951.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua as
follows :—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Development (Cotton Ginnery and [Electricity )

Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1954, and shall be
read as one with the Development (Cotton Ginnery
and Electricity) Loan Ordinance, 1951, hereinafter 8/1951.
called the Principal Ordinance.

2. The Long Tithe of the Principal Ordi- Amendment
nance shall have effect as if for the words “five ° toa
hundred and fifty thousand dollars? there were Ordinance.
substituted the words “seven hundred and twenty-
six thousand three hundred and _ forty-eight
dollars ”’.

8. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance Amendment
shall have effect as if for the words “five hundred . Pe
and fifty thousand dollars” there were substituted Ordinance.
the words “seven hundred and — twenty-six

thousand three hundred and forty-cight dollars.”

4. The following section is hereby substi- substitution
7 o P ‘ ; __ of section 5
tuted for section 5 of the Principal Ordinance: of Principal
Ordinance.
“35. (1) Any sum raised to defray the Application
expenses of issue shall be applied only to that! 7
purpose,



ANTIGUA.

Amendment
of section 6
of Principal
Ordinance.

Amendment
of Schedule
to Principal
Ordinance.

S

2 Development (Cotton Ginnery and No. 10 of 1954.
Electricity) Loan (Amendment).

(2) Save us aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under the authority of this Ordi-
nance shall be appropriated and applied to the
purposes specified in the Schedule hereto:

Provided that it shall be lawful for the
Governor, with the previous sanction of the
Secretary of State, to direct that any sums
which may not be required for a purpose
specified in the Schedule hereto may be
appropriated and applied to any other purpose
specified therein.”

5. Subsection (2) of section 6 of the Princi-
pal Ordinance shall have eftect as if for the word
‘invest’ appearing in the first and eighth lines
thereof there were substituted the words “ place at
interest or Invest ”’.

6. The Schedule to the Principal Ordinance
shall have effect as if for the figures ‘265,000 ”
and ‘550,000 ” there were substituted respectively
the hgures “ 441,348 ” and “ 726,348 ”.

AEC LoveLace,
President,
Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day

of October, 1954.

J. L. Ropiyson,
Clerk of the Council.

ANTIGUA.



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No. 11 of 1954. Leyislative Council
(Latension of Duration).

[L.8.]
I Assent,
K. W. Bracksurne,
Governor.
3rd November, 1954.

{3rd November, 1954. |

ANTIGUA.
No. 11 of 1954.

An Ordinance to extend the duration of the present
Legislative Council.

WHEREAS by subsection (2) of section 25
of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordi-
nance, 1951, it is provided that the Governor shall
ecole e the Couueil at the expiration of three years
from the date of the return of the first writ at the
last preceding general election, if it shall not have
been sooner dissolved ;

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient. to
extend the duration of the Council to the 18th day
of December, 1956:

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua as
follows:— -

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Legislative Council i stetcion of Duration) Ordi-
nance, 1954, and shall be read and construed ts
one with the Antigua Constitution and Elections
Ordinance, 1951, as amended.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-
section (2%) of section 25 “of the Antigua Constitu-
tion and Elections Ordinance, 1951, “the duration
of the Council last appointed aud elected before the
date of the coming into foree of this Ordinance
shall be and is her eby extended until the 18th day

ANTIGUA,

Preamble.

LO/L951,

Short title

LO/L9S1,
DL9S2.

Extension of
duration ot
Council,



Leyislative Council No, 11 of 1954.
(Fvtension of Duration).

bo

ANTIGUA.

of December, 1956, unless the said Council be
sooner dissolved by virtue of the power contained
in subsection (1) of section 25 of the Antigua
Constitution und Elections Ordinance, 1951.

ALEC LOVELACE,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day
of October, 1954.

J. L. Rosryson,
Clerk of the Council.



: ANTIGUA,
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No. 13 of 1954. Antigua Constitution and
Klections (Amendment)

I Assent,
Kk. W. Brackpurne,
Governor.
12th November, 1954.

[12th November, 195+. |

ANTIGUA.
No. 13 of 1954,

An Ordinance to amend further.the Antigua
Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua as
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Antigua Constitution and Elections (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1954 «nd shall be read as one with the
Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance,
1951, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinance.

2. ‘The following subsection is hereby sub-
stituted for subsection (4) of section 12 of the
Principal Ordinance:—

“(4) A nominated member may by
writing under his hand addressed to the
Governor, and an elected member may by
writing under his hand addressed to the
Administrator, resign his seat on the Council.
The seat of any such nominated member shall
become vacant upon the acceptance of his
resignation by the Governor, and the seat
of an elected member shall become vacant
upon the receipt of his resignation by the
Administrator. ”

ANTIGUA,

Short title.
LO/1951

5/1952

Amendment
of section
14% of the
Principal
Ordinance,



ANTIGUA.

Substitution
of section
24 of the
Principal
Ordinance.

“Voting.

Amendment
of section
40 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
of of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
58 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

2 Aniiqgua Constitution and No. 13 of 195-4.
Nlections (Amendment)

3. The following section is hereby substi-
a .

tuted for section 24 of the Principal Ordinanee;—

2h. (1) 8 ubject to the provisions of
this Ordinance and of any Instr uctions under
Her alajesty’s Sign Manual and Signet, all
questions proposed for decision in the Couneil
shali be determined by a majority of votes of
those present aud voting,

(2) Subject to the provisions of any
Instructions as aforesaid the Administrator
or other member presiding shall not have
an original vote on any question, but shall
have a casting vote if the votes shall be
equally divided.’

4. Section £0 of the Principal Ordinance
is. hereby eeoded by the insertion of the words
and figure “or Part TV” unmediately after the
figure “11? wherever that fioure therein appears,

O. Subsection (3) of section 54 of the Prin-

cipal Ordinance is hereby amended by the insertion
of the word “be” between the word “may and
the word “necessary”

6. Section 58 of the Principal Ordinance
is herchy amended as follows:—

(a) by the deletion of the second sentence
appearing in subsection (3) thereof;

(/)) by the substitution of the following
subsections for subseciien (4) tiereol

“(4) [If any poll clerk dies or
becomes ineapa ble of eaiapee his
duties during the taking of the poll, the
presiding officer shall forthwith ppoint

th
some Other person to aet as poll clerk.

(5) Every appointment made under
subsection (3) or subsection (4) of this
section shall be jmimediately reported
fe the Supervicor of Elections by the
person making the appointment,”



No. 13 of 1954. Antigua Constitution and 3
Klections (Amendment)

7. Subsection (2) of section 60° of the

Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the
deletion of the word “and” appearing in paragraph
(¢) thereof,

8. Subsection (2) of section 62 of the
Principal Ordinance is hereby amended a the
Insertion maimediately after the word “ paper’
appearing in the second line thereof of the
folluwing—

“Gn the form set out as Form No. 17 in the
Second Schedule”

9. Subsection (1) of section 69 of the
Principal Ordinanee is hereby amended by the
substitution for the words “his assistants” of the
following:-—

“the Supervisor of Itlections, the returning
ofheer of the electoral district, the polling
clerk,”

10. Subsection (1) of section 74 of the
Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the
insertion, between the comma and the word “the”
appearing in the second line thereof, of the
following :—

‘the Supervisor of Elections, the returning
officer of the electoral district,”

LL. Subsection (2) of section 77 of the
Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the
sithstitution. of the words ‘presiding officer’ for
the words ‘returning officer” appearing therein.

12. Section 79 of the Principal Ordinance
is hereby amended as follows:—

() by the deletion of the words ‘for
transmission to the Administrator” appearing
therein;

(1) by the renumbering of subsections
(3) and Cf) thereol as subsections (4) and (5)
respectively 5

ANTIGUA.

Amendment
of section
60 of the
Principal
Ordinance.

Amendment
of section
62 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
69 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amemdment
of section
74 of the
Principal!
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
77 of the
Principal
Ordinance

Amendment
of section
79 of the
Principal
Ordinance,



ANTIGUA.

Amendmeut
of section
gO of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of Second
Schedule to
the Principal
Ordinance

>

Antigua Coustitution and No. 13 of 1054.
Hlectious CAmendment)

(c) by the insertion of the following
subsection immediately after subsection (2
thereof as subsection (8):—

(3) The Supervisor of elections
shall, on receiving the return of any
member elected to serve in the Council,
transmit the writ with the return endorsed
thereon to the Administrator within the
time specified in such writ. The Admin-
istrator shall within seven days of the
receipt of the said writ return the same
to the Supervisor of Elections for safe
custody in accordance with the provisious
of section 80 of this Ordinance.”’.

18. The following paragraphs are herely

substituted for paragraphs (6) and (¢) of section
90 of the Principal Ordinance:—

(6) permits any person whom he knows
or has reasonable cause to believe not to be
a blind person, an illiterate person or an
incapacitated person to vote in the manner
provided for blind persons, illiterate persons
or incapacitated persons, as the caxe may be; or

(c) refuses to permit any person whom
he knows or has reasonable cause to helieve
to be a blind person, an illiterate person or
an incapacitated person to vote in the manner
provided for blind persons, illiterate persons
or incapacitated persons, as the case may be; or”.

14. The Second Schedule to the Principal

Ordinance is hereby amended as follows:—

(a) by the substitution of the words
“polling stations” and “Polling Stations ”
for the words “ polling divisions” and ‘ Poll-
ing Divisions” appearing in Torm No, 11
thereof;

(6) by the insertion between the words
‘‘registering officer of ? and the words “ the
electoral district” appearing in Form No, 12
thereof of the following—



No. 13 of 1954. Antigua Constitution and 5 ANTIGUA.
Elections (Amendment)

i

“the polling division Of.....ccccee ee
Arc Love.acs,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day
of October, 1954.

J. L. Roxinson,
Clerk of the Council.



ANTIGUA.
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No. 13 of L954. General Local Loan. MONTSERRAY.
[ L.8. ]
[ AssENT,

P. D. Macponatn,
Governor's Deputy.
19th November, 1954.

MONTSERRAT.
No. 13 of 1954.

An Ordinance to amend the General Local Loan
Ordinance, 1955.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Montserrat

as follows:—

1. This Ordinance inay be cited as the Short title.
General Local Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1954
and shall be read as one with the General Local
Loan Ordinance, 1953 hereinafter called the Princi-
pal Ordinance.

2. Section L of the Principal Ordinance is Serondaickt

7 wo «Of Section 1 ©

hereby _tmended by the deletion of the figures the Prineipal
1953" appearing in the second line thereof and ordinance.

the substitution therefor of the figures “1954”.

Auuan F. G. Loutsy,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 29th day
of October, 1954.

Jas. H. Carrort,
(ler& of the Council.

ANTIGUA
Printed at the Government Printing Office, Leeward Islands.
by E. M. BLACKMAN, Government Printer.—By Authority.
1954.
47/00284 —300—1 1.54. [Price 3 cents }



Full Text
were



VOL.



Notices.

Pursuant to section 2 of the Land
Acquisition Act, 1944 (No. 1] of
1944) the Governor in Conneil has
appointed Mr. H: J. MLWIN, Assistant
Administrative Secretary, Antigua, as
“ authorized officer” for the purposes
of that Act.

The appointment of Mr. T. E. A.
PERKINS as authorized officer for the
purposes of the said Act, appearing
in the Leeward Islands Gazette of
the 13th and 20th December, 1981, is
hereby revoked.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.

30th November, 1954.

Ret. No. A. 66/180.

Tt is notified for general informa-
tion that Mr. W. ROBINSON has been
appointed under section 4 of the
Cattle Trespass Ordinance, 1910, as
Keeper of a public Pound at Pigotts
in the Parish of St. George as from
12th July, 1954.

Administrator’s Office,
Antigua.
26th November,

No. A. 50/40,

1954.



The Administrator of Antigua has
been pleased to re-appoint Rev. H.
Lanr, M.A. to be a member and
Chairman of the Central Library
Board for a period of two years
effective from the 18th November,
1954.

Administrator's Office,
Antigua.



1st December, 1954.
No. A. 28/16.
NATURALISATION.

It is hereby notified for general
information that a Certificate of
Naturalisation, No. 3 of 1954, dated
the 4th November, 1954, has been
granted to Dr. FRANCIS HERBERT
TRAPL of the Valley, Anguilla, under
the British Nationality Act, 1948.

The Secretariat,

Antigua.
26th November, 1954.

BLE IT

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THE

LKAXII.

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The Administrator of Antigua has
appointed the undermentioned Mar-
riage Officer for the Presidency of
Antigua:

Reverend JOHN NOBLE.

Administrator's Office,

Antigua.
Ref. No, A. 8/4.

CONFIRMATION OF ORDINANCES.



No. 108.

The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has informed the Governor
that the power of disallowance will
not be exereised in respect of the un-
dermentioned Ordinances:—

Antigua.

No. 8 of 1953,
Reorganisation Ordinance,

No. 9 of 1953, ‘‘ The Harbours and
Roadsteads (Amendment) Ordinance,
1953.”

No. 109.

“The Treasury
1953. ed



=

The Governor’s Deputy has been
pleased this day to assent to the
undermentioned Ordinauces:—

Antigua.

No. 14 of 1954, “The Nurses
Registration Ordinance, 1954.”
Nov. 29

Montserrat.

No. 15 of 1954, “The Animals
(Diseases and Importation) Ordinance,
1954.” Nov. 24

Virgin Isiands.

No. 10 of 1954,
Council (Extension of Duration) (Re-
peal) Ordinance, 1954.” Nov. 25

No. Ll of 1954, “The Labour
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1954.”
Noy. 26

No. 110.

The following Ordinances are cir-
culated with this Gazette and form
part thereof :—

Antigua.

No. 8 of 1954, “* The Acquisition of
Antigua Syndicate Estates Tenantry
Areas Loan (Amendment) Ordinance,
1954.” 2 pp. Price 4 cents.

LEEWARD ISLANL



“The Legislative:

223
os
ry ay
ulportiyp.
abc EMBER, 1 1954. No. 58.

No. 10 of 1954, * The Development
(Cotton Ginnery and Electricity) Loan
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1954.”

2 pp. Price 4 cents.



No. IL of 1954, “The Legislative
Council (ixtension of Duration) Ordi-
nance, 1954." 2 pp. Price 4 cents.

No. 13 of 1954, * The Antigua Con-
stitution and Elections (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1954.” 4 pp. Price 7 cents.

Montserrat.

No. 13 of 1954, “The General
Local Luan (Amendment) Ordinance,
1954.” I pp. Price 3 cents.



Venezuelan Consular Represen-
tation.

With reference to the Notice
appearing in the Leeward Islands
Gazette of the 12th August, J 054, it
is notifled for general information
that the Exequatur empowering
Lieutenant Colonel HERNAN
ALBORNOZ-NINO to act as Consul-
General of Venezuela at Port of
Spain, Trinidad, for the Islands of
Trinidad, ‘'obago, Grenada, St. Vin-
cent, Barbuda, Barbados, St. Lucia,
Dominica, St. Christopher, Antigua,
Nevis and Montserrat and the Virgin
Islands, received Her Majesty’s
signature on the 20th Octoher, 1954.

The Secretariat,
Antigua.

26th November, 1954.

Ref. No. 19/0000.

Montserrat Constitution and KHlec-
tions Ordinance, 1952,

Revision Notice.

TAKE NOTICE that the lists of
voters for the Central and Northern
Electoral Districts will be revised by
me the undersigned ALLAN LOUISY
on Wednesday the 8th day of Decem-
ber, 1954, at the Magistrate’s Court,
Cudjoe Head at 1 o’clock in the
afternoon.

Dated this 19th day of November,
1954.

ALLAN LOUISY,
Revising Officer.
224

Montserrat Constitution aiid iHlee-

tions Ordinanee, 1982.

Revision Notice.



TAKE NOTICKH that the lists of
voters for the Southern and Wind-
ward Electoral Districts will be
revised by me the undersigned
ALLAN Lovisy on Wednesday ihe
8th day of December, 1954 ai the
Court Honse, Plymouth at 9 o’clock
in the forenoon.

Dated this 19th day of November,
1954.
ALLAN LOUISY,
Revising Officer.

It ig hereby notified for general
information that postage stamps of
the values specified below, for use in
the Presidency of St. Kitts, Nevis
and Anguilla will be released for sale
in that Presidency on the Ist Decem-
ber, 1954, in addition to denumina-
tions of lower valucs which were

placed on sale on the Ist March,
1954:—
24 cents, 48 cents, 60 cents,

$1.20, and $4.80.

The designs of these stamps are
identical with those of the current
Main issue except that the Portrait
of Her Majesty Queen ELIZABETH IT
replaces that of His Late Majesty
King GEORGE VI.

The Seervetariat,
Antigua,
1th November, 19i!.
Ref. No. 62/0010.

Declaration dated October 12,
1954, made under section 8
of the Land Acquisition Act,
1944 (No. 11/1944) for the
acquisition of certain land in
the Island of Antigua requir-
ed for public purpose.

IT IS HEREBY DECLARED that
the Governor in Council with the
approval of the Legislative Council
of the Presidency of Antigua consi-
ders that the land described in the
Schedule hereto being the property
of RAYMOND EBENEZER JARVIS ce-
ceased but subject to a life interest in
favour of JOYCE FREDERICA JARVIS,
should be acquired for public pur-
poses, namely, for the erection of a
Market Shed and Abattoir in the
Town of Parham in the Island of
Antigua.





Schedule.

All that piece or pareel of land
situate in the Town of Parham in the
Island of Antigua containing 6,043
square feet and bounded as follows,
that is to say on the North and West
by the Public Road, on the Kast by
a wall and lands of GORDON and
RICHARDS on the South by a wall
and land of EDWARDS.

Made by the Governor in Conncil
this 12th day of October, 1954.

J. L. ROBINSON,
Clerk of the Couneil.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE

Declaration dated October 26,
1954, made under Ssction 8
of the Land Acquisition Act,
1944, (No. 11/1944) for the
acquisition of certain land in
the Presidency of Antigua
required for Public purposes.

It is Hereby Declared that the
Governor in Council with the ap-
proval of the Legislative Council of
the Presidency of Antigua considers
that the lands forming part of Five
Islands Estate situate in the Parish of
Saint John in the Island of Antigua
and more particularly described in the
Schedule hereto, should be acquired
for public purposes, nainely:—

(1) to obtain a site for the erection
of a school and provision of play-
ground;

(2) to obtain an area for exten-
sion of the existing village of Five
Islands:

(3) to provide agricultural plots
for the villagers of Five Islands;
and,

(4) to provide a grazing area for
the stock of the said villagers.

Schedule.

All that portion of land forming
part of the Five Islands Estate and
consisting of two parcels of land
containing in the whole 125 acres or
thereabouts situated on the Five Is-
lands peninsula in the Parish of St.
John in the Presidency of Antigua
being:—-

(1) an area lying north of the
Vive Islands road and west of the
village of Hive Islands, and

(2) an area lying south of the
Five Islands road and west of the
said village.

Made by the Governor in Council
this 26th day of October, 1954.

J. L. ROBINSON,
Clerk of the Council.

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

ANTIGUA CIRCUIT.

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that
in pursuance of Rules made by the
Chief Justice under Section 16 of the
Windward Islands and Leeward Is-
lands Courts Order in Council, 1939,
on the 16th dav of October, 1941, ag
amended, the Honourable the Puisne
Judge selected for the sitting of the
Court in the Antigua Cirenit has
appointed the undermentioned day
on which the ensuing Circuit shall sit
in the Presidency, that is to say:





On Monday the 10th day of January,
1955, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon.

H. 3. L. MosEeLny,
Registrar, Antigua Circuit.

Registrar's Office,
Antigua.
24th November, 1954.

- *

(2 December, 1954.

PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICH,
ANTIGUA.
Sih NOVEMBER, 1954.

Notice is hereby given that there
will be sold on the various premises
in the City of Saint John on Thurs-
day the 9th day of December, 1954,
at 12 o’clock noon, the Lands and
Tenements belonging to the persons
hereafter named—

ALFRED PETERS STREET

Eliza Jeffery, Alphonso Hamilton,
Pearl Hutchinson, Phyllis DeSilvia,
Mrs. Dennis Samuel, Winifred
Robbins, Ruth Warner.

BENNETT STREET.

Ursula Matthew, Olive Hazlewood,
Peter Philip. Hilda Hill.

ST. JOHN’S STREET.

Ann Martin, Kate D. McAndrew,
Estate of Charles Isaac, Mary Grant,
Charles Isaac, Thomas O’Brien, Alice
Adams, James & Mitchell, Eliza
Jeffery, ENen John, Nathaniel James,
Charlotte Mathurin.

BISHOPGATE STREET.
Heirs of James Cephas, Dulcina
Vann, Selina Billinghurst, Florence
Ramsay, Thomas Williams, Heirs of
A. Laviscount, Thomas B. Martin,
Margaret Beazer.

NORTH STREET.

Mary Samuel, Louisa Semper,
Heirs of S. Daniel, Dorcas Osborne,
Ferdinand Martin, Alfred Hunte,
Alice Horsford, Heirs of Juliett
Bonien, John Sebastian, Titus Simon.

HAWKINS STREET.
Alice M. Higgins.

HOOD STREET.
Francis James (2), George B. Lake,
Brunella Benjamin (2), Edgar
Thomas, James H. King.

DRAKE STREET.
James Martin, Henry Edwards (2).

FORT ROAD.

Arthur Roberts, Gwendolyn Simon,
Caliste Destin, Harold Scholar, Joseph
Thomas, Gwendolyn George, Pearla
Hutchinson, Cecil Kendall, Ruth
Barnes, L. E. George.

CROSS STREET.
O. St. A. Duke.

OTTOS LAND.
David E. Joseph.

RODNEY STREET.
Elvina Edmund.
NELSON STREET.
Alberta Parker, Thomas Warner,
Louisa Nichodemus, Ephraim John,

The same having been levied upon
to satisfy the City Rate due thereon
for the year 1954,

H. 8S. L. MOSELEY,
Provost Marshal.
+
2. December, 1954.

PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICE
ANTIGUA.

25th November, 1954.

Notice is hereby given that there
will be sold on the various premises
in the City of Saint John on Tuescay
the 21st day of December, 1954 at
12 o’clock noon, the Lands and
Tenenients belonging to the persens
hereafter named.

BELL STREET.
Gwendolyn Simon.
BRYSON STREET.

Albertha Samuel, Charlotte Tobitt,
Reginald Mussington.
BEHIND DICKENSONBAY
STREET,

Hilda Hill, Peter Philip, Kdward
Towsend, Kenneth Murdoch, Alfred
O. Wallace.

DIKENSONBAY STREET.

John Lucas, Kenneth Murdoch,
Rosalind Morgan (2), Ickford Winter
(3).

ST. GEORGES STREET.

Ickford Winter (2), Kdward Lloy<,
Alfred Reynolds, Alice M. Smith.

ST. JOHNS STREET.

Heirs of Joseph Thibou, Frances
Samuel, John Harris, Victoria James,
Ethel Hunte, Robert A. Carty,
Martha Byam, Francis James.

BISHOPGATE STREET.

George H. Joseph, James B. Hart,
Heirs of Rev. Francis, Jane Ann
Wilson, John Dowe, Sydney Benja-
min, Louisa Semper.

NORTH STREET.
Henry

Heirs of Daniel Peters,

Edwards.
NEWGATE STREET.
Samuel A. Joseph, James B. Hart.
WAPPING STREET.
Ernest Martin.
CHURCH STREET.

Gwen & P. Jordan, Estate of John
H. Moore.

WAPPING LANE.

James N. Webber. John Matthew,
Estate of Franklyn Carlisle, Samuel
Laviscount, Benjamin Lowen,

POPESHEAD STREET.

Iola Alleexander, Adolphus
Reynolds, George Samuel, Heirs of
Joseph Ralph.

NEWGATE LANE.
Heirs of Willock, Morris Gardner.

THE LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

BISHOPGATE ALLEY.

Heirs of L. Matthew, Maxwell

Humphreys.
ST. JOHN’S LANE.
Kistate of Sarah James.
MARKET STREET,
John Nascimento.
LONG STRERT.

Antonetta Reid, George McAndrew,
Estate of John H. Moore.

ST, MARYS STREET.
Rev. C. Francis.
REDBCLIFEE STRELT..
Benjamin Lowen.;
SOUTH STREEY,
Tryphena Joseph.
CORN ALLEY.
Joseph Thomas.
CROSS STREET.

Emily Athill, Ruby Hughes, M.

&. C, Walters,
OTTOS LAND,

George Farley.

RODNEY STREET.
Joseph Lewis.

NELSON STREET.
Joseph Lewis.

FACTORY ROAD.
Frank Henzell.

The same having been levied upon
to satisfy the City Rate due thereon
for the year 1954.

H. S. L. MOSnLEY,

Provost Marshal.

Regional Economic Committee
of the British West Indies,
British Guiana and British

Honduras.



The Regional Economic Committee
invites application from suitably
qualified persons for the vacant post
of Administrative Assistant at an
annual salary in the scale of $3,360-
240-§3,840 per annum. Passages on
assumption and termination of ap-
pointment for the Administrative
Assistant and family up to five in all
from and to the place of engagement
will be paid by the Cominittee. The
post does not at present carry pension
or superannuation rights,

2. ‘The appointment will be for a
period up to the 31st December, 1955
in the first instance.

225

3. Candidates should possess ad-
ministrative experience in relation te
trade and commercial matters and
preference will be given to candi-
dates holding special qualifications in
those fields. Candidates should be
proficient in the assembly and pre-
sentation of statistical material, pub-
licity material, ete. The person
selected will be required, tnter alia,
to assist in regional surveys and the
collation of material for publications
and Information Bulletins of the
Secretariat.

4. ‘The Committee reserves the
right to fill the post by invitation if
no suitable application is received,

5. details of candidate’s education,
special qualifications and -xperience,
together with supporting documents
and naines of two referees should be
addressed to the Executive Secretary,
Regional Economic Committee, Hast-
ings House, Barbados, to reach not
later than Ist December, 1954.

No. A. 77/19—JT,

Post of Assistant Superinten-
dent of Public Works,
Grenada.

Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Superintendent of
Public Works, Grenada.

2, The post, which is pensionable,
carries a salary scale of $2,880-120-
$4,080 per annum. The actual point
of entry in the scale will be deter-
mined in the light of experience and
individual qualifications.

3. The appointment, subject toa
medical certificate of fitness which is
required to he furnished beforehand,
will be for a probationary period of
one year in the first instance, and
may be terminated during that period
by either party by one month’s notice
in writing.

4. A transpert allowance is pay-
able at the current rate of $732 per
annum and the officer will be requir-
ed to keep a car for the performance
of his duties. Government will be
prepared to grant an interest free
loan to the officer for the purchase of
a car.

5. Quarters are not provided.

6. Free passage to Grenada for
the successful candidate, his wife and
a maximum of 2 children will be
provided.

7. Applicants should state—

(a) Age

(4) Schools or University at
which educated and Certificates or

Diplomas obtained

(c) Nature of present and past
employments
THE

(d) Amount of monthly salary
or wages earned in the post in
which applicant is or was last em-
ployed.

226

(e) Past experience in work of
the game or similar kind to that
required in the post advertised.

They should also furnish copics of
testimonials (which will not be re-
turned to the applicant) certified as
true copies by a Justice of the Peace
or a Minister of Religion or Head of
a Government Department.

8. Qualifications.—The officer
is expected to possess the standard
qualification of a Civil Engineer, or
its equivalent, and have at least three
years working experience on such
Public Works. A working know-
ledge of Land and Engineering
surveys is essential He will be
required to assist the Superintendent
of Public Works generally and to
deputise for him when required to
do so.

9. The officer will be required to
carry out all types of Public Works
and such other duties as may from

Account of Deposits

LEEWARD ISLANDS GAZETTE.

time to time be required ly the
Superintendent of Public Works.

10. He will be subject to Her
Majesty’s Colonial Regulations and to
the General Orders of the Colony.

11. Applications should be ad-
dressed to the Secretary, Public
Service Commission, Government
Office, Grenada, to reach him not later
than 15th December, 1954.

Government Office,
Grenada,

No. A.O 13/89.

TRAFFIC NOTICE.

The Vehteles & Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1946.

By virtue of the powers conferred
on me in Section 2 of the Vehicles
and Road Traffic Ordinance, 1946
(No. 5 of 1946), I hereby fix the
period hereunder for the lighting of
vehicles.

- *

{2 December,. 1954,

Until further notice, the lighting
of vehicles shall be from 5.45 p.m. to
5.45 a.m.

Dated the 23rd day of November,
1954.

E. M. V. JAMES, Lt. Col.,
Traffic Commissioner.

Ref. No. 36/0004.

RVNEALL FIGURES.

Oentral Experiment Station,









Antigua.

1950, 1951. 1952. 1953, 1954,
Jan. 541 3.60 241 1.93 3.04
Feb. 2.52 1,88 160 1.02 2,45
Mar. 1.58 1,08 1.62 5.60 1.08
Apr. 244 916 3.14 2.06 49
May 2.06 10.54 3.07 1.50 3.88
June 166 274 6.74 131 3.32
July 185 8.28 «8.38 3.20 8.47
Aug. 10.71 9.18 843 3.15 5.93
Sept. 6.34 12.06 5.55 2.10 9,91
Oct. 5.13 3.90 5,19 85 4.62
Nov. 27th 2.47 349 5.19 5.16 1.40

42,17 58,92 60.32 27.88 39.54











ANTIGUA SAVINGS BANK.

and Withdrawals for Quarter ended 31st March, 1954.







DEPOSITS. j WITHDRAWALS.
To Balance at credit of Depositors | By Withdrawals 75,980.42
as at 31st December, 1953 = 777,467.51 | By Balance at credit of Depositors
To Deposits received 91,261.18 | as at 31st March,
To Interest credited to 1954 792,750.92
Depositors 2.65
$868,731.34 $868,731.34
Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at 31st March, 1954,
LIABILITIES. ASSETS.
Balance at credit of Depositors Investments 727,515.11
as at 8ist March, 1954 792,750.92 Cash with Treasurer 39,807.79
Revenue Interest. 8,979.67 Deficit 34,409.37
sale of Pass Books 1.68
$801,732.27 $801,732.27

12th November, 1954.

J. R. A. McDonarp,

Manager, Govt. Savings Bank.



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No. 8 of 1954. Acquisition of Antigua Syndicate
Estates Tenantry Areas Loan
(Amendment).

[L.S.]
I AssENT,
K. W. BracksBurNE,
Governor.
3rd November, i954.

[3rd November, 1954.]

ANTIGUA.
No. 8 of 1954.

An Ordinance toamend the Acquisition of Antigua
Syndicate Estates Tenantry Areas Loan Ordi-
nance, 1953.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua us
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Acquisition of Antigua Sy ndicate Estates Tenantry
Areas Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1954, and
shall be reid as one with the Antigua Syndicate
Estates Tenaotry Areas Loan Ordinance, 19538,
hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. The following section is hereby. substitn-
ted for section 5 of the Principal Ordinance:—

“5, (1) Any sum raised to defray the
expenses of issue shall be applied only to that
purpose.

(2) Save as aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under the authority of this Ordinance
shall be appropriated and applied to the pur:
pose specified in the Schedule hereto.”

8. Subsection (2) of section 6 of the Princi-
pal Ordinance is hereby amended by the substitu
tion of the words “place at interest or invest ” for

ANTIGUA

Short Title

G{L953

Substitution
of section 5
of Principal
Ordinance.

Application
of loun,

Amendment
Of section 6
of Principal
Ordinance,
-

Acquisition of Antigua Syndicate No. 8 of 1954.
Fstates Tenantry Areas Loan
(Amendment).

vo

ANTIGUA.

the word “invest” appearing in the first and eighth
lines of paragraph (d) thereof °

Avec LOVELACE,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day of
October, 1954.
J. L. Ropinson,
Clerk of the Council.



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No, 10 of 1954. Development (Colton Ginnery and — ANTIGUA.
Hlectricity Loan (Amendment).

[| L.S.]
I Assent,
kX. W. BrackBurne,
Governor.
3rd November, 1954.

| 3rd November, 1954. ]

ANTIGUA.
No. 10 of 1954.

An Ordinance to nmend the Development (Cotton
Ginnery and Electricity) Loan Ordinance,
1951.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua as
follows :—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Short title.
Development (Cotton Ginnery and [Electricity )

Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1954, and shall be
read as one with the Development (Cotton Ginnery
and Electricity) Loan Ordinance, 1951, hereinafter 8/1951.
called the Principal Ordinance.

2. The Long Tithe of the Principal Ordi- Amendment
nance shall have effect as if for the words “five ° toa
hundred and fifty thousand dollars? there were Ordinance.
substituted the words “seven hundred and twenty-
six thousand three hundred and _ forty-eight
dollars ”’.

8. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance Amendment
shall have effect as if for the words “five hundred . Pe
and fifty thousand dollars” there were substituted Ordinance.
the words “seven hundred and — twenty-six

thousand three hundred and forty-cight dollars.”

4. The following section is hereby substi- substitution
7 o P ‘ ; __ of section 5
tuted for section 5 of the Principal Ordinance: of Principal
Ordinance.
“35. (1) Any sum raised to defray the Application
expenses of issue shall be applied only to that! 7
purpose,
ANTIGUA.

Amendment
of section 6
of Principal
Ordinance.

Amendment
of Schedule
to Principal
Ordinance.

S

2 Development (Cotton Ginnery and No. 10 of 1954.
Electricity) Loan (Amendment).

(2) Save us aforesaid, the money to be
borrowed under the authority of this Ordi-
nance shall be appropriated and applied to the
purposes specified in the Schedule hereto:

Provided that it shall be lawful for the
Governor, with the previous sanction of the
Secretary of State, to direct that any sums
which may not be required for a purpose
specified in the Schedule hereto may be
appropriated and applied to any other purpose
specified therein.”

5. Subsection (2) of section 6 of the Princi-
pal Ordinance shall have eftect as if for the word
‘invest’ appearing in the first and eighth lines
thereof there were substituted the words “ place at
interest or Invest ”’.

6. The Schedule to the Principal Ordinance
shall have effect as if for the figures ‘265,000 ”
and ‘550,000 ” there were substituted respectively
the hgures “ 441,348 ” and “ 726,348 ”.

AEC LoveLace,
President,
Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day

of October, 1954.

J. L. Ropiyson,
Clerk of the Council.

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No. 11 of 1954. Leyislative Council
(Latension of Duration).

[L.8.]
I Assent,
K. W. Bracksurne,
Governor.
3rd November, 1954.

{3rd November, 1954. |

ANTIGUA.
No. 11 of 1954.

An Ordinance to extend the duration of the present
Legislative Council.

WHEREAS by subsection (2) of section 25
of the Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordi-
nance, 1951, it is provided that the Governor shall
ecole e the Couueil at the expiration of three years
from the date of the return of the first writ at the
last preceding general election, if it shall not have
been sooner dissolved ;

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient. to
extend the duration of the Council to the 18th day
of December, 1956:

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua as
follows:— -

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Legislative Council i stetcion of Duration) Ordi-
nance, 1954, and shall be read and construed ts
one with the Antigua Constitution and Elections
Ordinance, 1951, as amended.

2. Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-
section (2%) of section 25 “of the Antigua Constitu-
tion and Elections Ordinance, 1951, “the duration
of the Council last appointed aud elected before the
date of the coming into foree of this Ordinance
shall be and is her eby extended until the 18th day

ANTIGUA,

Preamble.

LO/L951,

Short title

LO/L9S1,
DL9S2.

Extension of
duration ot
Council,
Leyislative Council No, 11 of 1954.
(Fvtension of Duration).

bo

ANTIGUA.

of December, 1956, unless the said Council be
sooner dissolved by virtue of the power contained
in subsection (1) of section 25 of the Antigua
Constitution und Elections Ordinance, 1951.

ALEC LOVELACE,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day
of October, 1954.

J. L. Rosryson,
Clerk of the Council.



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No. 13 of 1954. Antigua Constitution and
Klections (Amendment)

I Assent,
Kk. W. Brackpurne,
Governor.
12th November, 1954.

[12th November, 195+. |

ANTIGUA.
No. 13 of 1954,

An Ordinance to amend further.the Antigua
Constitution and Elections Ordinance, 1951.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Antigua as
follows:—

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the
Antigua Constitution and Elections (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1954 «nd shall be read as one with the
Antigua Constitution and Elections Ordinance,
1951, as amended, hereinafter called the Principal
Ordinance.

2. ‘The following subsection is hereby sub-
stituted for subsection (4) of section 12 of the
Principal Ordinance:—

“(4) A nominated member may by
writing under his hand addressed to the
Governor, and an elected member may by
writing under his hand addressed to the
Administrator, resign his seat on the Council.
The seat of any such nominated member shall
become vacant upon the acceptance of his
resignation by the Governor, and the seat
of an elected member shall become vacant
upon the receipt of his resignation by the
Administrator. ”

ANTIGUA,

Short title.
LO/1951

5/1952

Amendment
of section
14% of the
Principal
Ordinance,
ANTIGUA.

Substitution
of section
24 of the
Principal
Ordinance.

“Voting.

Amendment
of section
40 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
of of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
58 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

2 Aniiqgua Constitution and No. 13 of 195-4.
Nlections (Amendment)

3. The following section is hereby substi-
a .

tuted for section 24 of the Principal Ordinanee;—

2h. (1) 8 ubject to the provisions of
this Ordinance and of any Instr uctions under
Her alajesty’s Sign Manual and Signet, all
questions proposed for decision in the Couneil
shali be determined by a majority of votes of
those present aud voting,

(2) Subject to the provisions of any
Instructions as aforesaid the Administrator
or other member presiding shall not have
an original vote on any question, but shall
have a casting vote if the votes shall be
equally divided.’

4. Section £0 of the Principal Ordinance
is. hereby eeoded by the insertion of the words
and figure “or Part TV” unmediately after the
figure “11? wherever that fioure therein appears,

O. Subsection (3) of section 54 of the Prin-

cipal Ordinance is hereby amended by the insertion
of the word “be” between the word “may and
the word “necessary”

6. Section 58 of the Principal Ordinance
is herchy amended as follows:—

(a) by the deletion of the second sentence
appearing in subsection (3) thereof;

(/)) by the substitution of the following
subsections for subseciien (4) tiereol

“(4) [If any poll clerk dies or
becomes ineapa ble of eaiapee his
duties during the taking of the poll, the
presiding officer shall forthwith ppoint

th
some Other person to aet as poll clerk.

(5) Every appointment made under
subsection (3) or subsection (4) of this
section shall be jmimediately reported
fe the Supervicor of Elections by the
person making the appointment,”
No. 13 of 1954. Antigua Constitution and 3
Klections (Amendment)

7. Subsection (2) of section 60° of the

Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the
deletion of the word “and” appearing in paragraph
(¢) thereof,

8. Subsection (2) of section 62 of the
Principal Ordinance is hereby amended a the
Insertion maimediately after the word “ paper’
appearing in the second line thereof of the
folluwing—

“Gn the form set out as Form No. 17 in the
Second Schedule”

9. Subsection (1) of section 69 of the
Principal Ordinanee is hereby amended by the
substitution for the words “his assistants” of the
following:-—

“the Supervisor of Itlections, the returning
ofheer of the electoral district, the polling
clerk,”

10. Subsection (1) of section 74 of the
Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the
insertion, between the comma and the word “the”
appearing in the second line thereof, of the
following :—

‘the Supervisor of Elections, the returning
officer of the electoral district,”

LL. Subsection (2) of section 77 of the
Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the
sithstitution. of the words ‘presiding officer’ for
the words ‘returning officer” appearing therein.

12. Section 79 of the Principal Ordinance
is hereby amended as follows:—

() by the deletion of the words ‘for
transmission to the Administrator” appearing
therein;

(1) by the renumbering of subsections
(3) and Cf) thereol as subsections (4) and (5)
respectively 5

ANTIGUA.

Amendment
of section
60 of the
Principal
Ordinance.

Amendment
of section
62 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
69 of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amemdment
of section
74 of the
Principal!
Ordinance,

Amendment
of section
77 of the
Principal
Ordinance

Amendment
of section
79 of the
Principal
Ordinance,
ANTIGUA.

Amendmeut
of section
gO of the
Principal
Ordinance,

Amendment
of Second
Schedule to
the Principal
Ordinance

>

Antigua Coustitution and No. 13 of 1054.
Hlectious CAmendment)

(c) by the insertion of the following
subsection immediately after subsection (2
thereof as subsection (8):—

(3) The Supervisor of elections
shall, on receiving the return of any
member elected to serve in the Council,
transmit the writ with the return endorsed
thereon to the Administrator within the
time specified in such writ. The Admin-
istrator shall within seven days of the
receipt of the said writ return the same
to the Supervisor of Elections for safe
custody in accordance with the provisious
of section 80 of this Ordinance.”’.

18. The following paragraphs are herely

substituted for paragraphs (6) and (¢) of section
90 of the Principal Ordinance:—

(6) permits any person whom he knows
or has reasonable cause to believe not to be
a blind person, an illiterate person or an
incapacitated person to vote in the manner
provided for blind persons, illiterate persons
or incapacitated persons, as the caxe may be; or

(c) refuses to permit any person whom
he knows or has reasonable cause to helieve
to be a blind person, an illiterate person or
an incapacitated person to vote in the manner
provided for blind persons, illiterate persons
or incapacitated persons, as the case may be; or”.

14. The Second Schedule to the Principal

Ordinance is hereby amended as follows:—

(a) by the substitution of the words
“polling stations” and “Polling Stations ”
for the words “ polling divisions” and ‘ Poll-
ing Divisions” appearing in Torm No, 11
thereof;

(6) by the insertion between the words
‘‘registering officer of ? and the words “ the
electoral district” appearing in Form No, 12
thereof of the following—
No. 13 of 1954. Antigua Constitution and 5 ANTIGUA.
Elections (Amendment)

i

“the polling division Of.....ccccee ee
Arc Love.acs,
President.
Passed the Legislative Council this 2nd day
of October, 1954.

J. L. Roxinson,
Clerk of the Council.



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[ L.8. ]
[ AssENT,

P. D. Macponatn,
Governor's Deputy.
19th November, 1954.

MONTSERRAT.
No. 13 of 1954.

An Ordinance to amend the General Local Loan
Ordinance, 1955.

ENACTED by the Legislature of Montserrat

as follows:—

1. This Ordinance inay be cited as the Short title.
General Local Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1954
and shall be read as one with the General Local
Loan Ordinance, 1953 hereinafter called the Princi-
pal Ordinance.

2. Section L of the Principal Ordinance is Serondaickt

7 wo «Of Section 1 ©

hereby _tmended by the deletion of the figures the Prineipal
1953" appearing in the second line thereof and ordinance.

the substitution therefor of the figures “1954”.

Auuan F. G. Loutsy,
President.

Passed the Legislative Council this 29th day
of October, 1954.

Jas. H. Carrort,
(ler& of the Council.

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