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Title: Government gazette, British Honduras
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British Honduras gazette
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Belize
Publication Date: 1940
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    April 1940
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    May 1940
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    June 1940
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    July 1940
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    August 1940
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    September 1940
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    Trade and information report
        Forest Report 1-1
        Forest Report 1-2
        Forest Report 1-3
        Forest Report 1-4
        Forest Report 1-5
        Forest Report 1-6
        Forest Report 1-7
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        Forest Report 2-1
        Forest Report 2-2
        Forest Report 2-3
        Forest Report 2-4
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        Forest Report 3-4
        Forest Report 3-5
        Forest Report 3-6
        Forest Report 3-7
        Forest Report 4-1
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        Forest Report 4-3
        Forest Report 4-4
        Forest Report 4-5
        Forest Report 4-6
        Forest Report 4-7
    Supplement
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    Index - 1940
        Index i
        Index ii
        Index iii
        Index iv
        Index v
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        Index ix
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EXTRA ORD INAR'Y


BRTIlaSH HONIDURAS

PUBLISHED BY .AUTHORITTY.


No. 1 BELIZE, 2 JANUARY 1940 Page 1


M.P. 01191.
No. i.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 2 January, 1940.

AP"POINTMENTS.
His Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government has been pleased to make the under.
mentioned appointments in Jrlegact of the year
1940.
For convenience the ex officio Memnbers are
also shownl.
By Command. *

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF CHEMISTS
qND DRUGGISTS'
(Ord. No. 17 of 1939).
The Senior Medical Officer (ex officio), Chair-
man,
'The Firli Medical Officer, Belize,
Dr. K. Heusner, J.P.
M.P.. 0571.
~---+t------

CENluTR.1L BOARD OF HEALTH.
(Ord. No. 23 of 1938).


Captain James R. Stevens, Md.C.,
H. T. Grant, Esquire,
W. H. Klieffer, Esquire.
Secretary-The Harbour Master.
,M.P. n0'07.


BOARD) OF;! %GICU`LTURE.
(Ord. No. 14 of 19'.to
T~he Agricultulral Officer, Chairman (ex oficiQl.
Honourable Mr. T. F. Bowman,
R. H. 10 ~lc- Esquire,
E. L. Hofius, Esquire,
H. Stansbury, Esquire.
Honourable Mr. E. S. Usher.


M.P. 1750-34.


Secretary--Mr. R. S. Finlayson.


BOARD OF EDUCATION.
(Ord. No. 14 of 1926 and Ord. No. 38 #f 1935).
His Eldc~lnc? the Governor,. President, (ex of-
ficio),
The Colonial Secretary (ex ofiic io),
The Reverend M. M, O'Connor,.S.J.,
The Reverend R. i cFleporn.l O.B.E., J.P.,
The Rel eve-nd W.C J. SmIth11.
Miss E. A. Alexander,
S. N. ( Ilnpbelcll, Esquire,
M. L. B~ihr, Eviaire


Secretary--The Director of Education.
A'I.P.


The Senior Medical Officer, Cha 11w1 l-n,
The Director of Public Works,
Dr. K. Heusner, J.P.,
L,. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
R. H. Eyles, Esquire,
B. M. A. Stuart, Esquire.


0356.


COM id.lTTEE OF MlEDIC'.LL REUISTRA-
TION.
(Ord. No. _16 of 19-'s.
The Senior MedJical Offricer, Channolln (ex offi-
clo)
The Attorney G~eneral,
The First Medical Ofiicer, Be~lize,
Honourable Mr. H. I. Ale~lhadlo r\.E., J.P.,
Honourable Mr. C. R. Be?"


Ml.P. 02697.


HARBOUR ADVISORY BOAR~PD.
(Ord. No. 39. of 1935).
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman (ex officio),
The Harbour Alassicrr (ex officio),
The Superintendcent of Police (ex offjil lo),










JR 4S G;AZETTE


5.:r ; WL~F`ARE COMMITTEE.
The '-e-r Medical Officer, Ch~..;r: ar,

The Director of Education,
The Labour Em:~:.. ::
Dr. H. N. Dicy c. I; .?!

Secretary--Mr. G. T. MtltcEi es.
------+---------


MITTEE.
rib p:;,.no-v;lca; of P~risons, Chi rmni,!:
I( ,;:..n Ernes t .I:.*
Reverend M. M. Ganey, S.J., (
His~ Rieverend Aldous C. V:.'..mid:r-.
Julio T. >.:r.uil.: Esquire, J.P., Y
;"--- ..:!o Wm. C. Price, V.D., J.P.,
5. erzur; --.i: :im Ernest Kenln:..



CO st "O ; '. ;E F. OF CrF'iPE NCY.
O J. No. I of 1937).

The Colonial Secretary, I.l. uin~rn a
Honourable: Mr. A. N. it .-!ir-c:i I
Hlonqburable Mr. H. I. :...; W-ad.: O.Bi.E., J P.
: L-. 1. --- be~ Treasury Superintendent.

MI.P. 1363-34.
----:------

BELIZE LOAN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 23 of I'r '..


EHonourable Mr. S. PA. M~_:. llrline. Vice Chiirmans ,
TPhe Director of Public Works,
A. J. Hunter, E~squIre, J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
R. H-. Eyles, Esquire.


2 BRITISH HONIXTM




(Ord. No. 32 of 1938).
The Director of Public Works, ;_hu!:rrre.ln (ex of-
ficio),
The Supec':, ~r-c~. .nt of Police (ex officio),
Captain R. K. Masson, 7.1 I E Superintendent,
Belize Fire ar: cad. ~
F. R. 2: .:1-. Esquire, O.B.E., N.C._.. J.P.,
C. M. Staine, Esquire, Chairman, Belt-ze Town
Board.

M.P. 02711-


JUBILEE PUBLIC !1 N;. Y~ CO ~.i' UT TEE.
(Ord. No. 37 of '.;:;I.

H:, E..e~T~it; -*--overneri, Chairman,
Hnoun~i~~ri '.1. Johnston,

Miss*L. AhI. Roberts, M.B.E.,
Mlr. Arturo B. na[.~~.1!;..n..
The Reverend H. J. Cooke,
L. P. Ayuso, E -I 1...,
Mrs. W. H. Kieffer- .

Secretary --F Tr. A. H. Anderson.
4 M9.P0713.


OFFICIAL *VISITORS--IN~i D ,I~ i l,.
SCeHOOL.
;0.; No. 9 of N)!':.

His Honour the (.' if: Justice (ex .:i;s.',0.
The~ Members of 13 :eut-. Council (ex c .(i,:J;s !
The District Commissiongr, Stann Creek (ex of-

Honouarable Mr. H. T. A. Bowmabn,
B. Guerer-o, Esquire, J. P., '
C. G. E\..o Esquire. N..01.




SUiGAR COnlTROL BOARD.
(Ord. No. 15 of l'j:.71.

Honourable Mr. W. Johnston, TColoniaI Secsretar\.
Chairman,
Hlonourable Mr. H, L Mllled'o, Oi.B E., J.P.
L. P. .14---- ., Esquire,
R. HI. Eyles, Esquire,
HN. Stansbury, Esrquire.


Secre~tary--Major L. A. Jeffery.


M~ P. 026.Q


OUTDOOR iAND T; E 1!;F LOYMENT
'.FL.TelP COP.r.IT~TEE.

The Senior Medical Officer, C h~; r m..n,
Major P. E. Matthews, O.B.E.,
C-i. Labour Of l:r~~,
Mrs. V. Seay, M.B.E., -
A-~Jlujunt Einest Kenny.
Sc:!z.arl- -?-i M/. M. Alache~ll.
M.P. 0-168.

COMMITTEE IFORl rTHEF 11119ATION 'TION
OF TENDERS.

The Colcaucll iceronarl. Clubms;:?,
The D3irector of Surveys,
The Treasury ';-n :ir;Lnab rai.
.- cour:4 --'i-en,c~r (lerk. Secretariat.
M.P. 0146L.

PGA.RD OF VISITORS, LUNATIC ASY'LUM.
(Ch. 53, e. L., N241r~
The Attorney Gener'al, L ha rm a n,
The Superintendent of Police,
Captain WI C. Price, V.D3.. J.P.

Of i-lLAL VISITORS TOj PRISONS.
I0 b. 6S. C. L., 1924).
The Chief Justice (for Bbre:I Presenl
The Members of :- ,-ulli C;oun-a- (for all Pris-
ons) ex ~Ii.. "..r.


Secretarir----C so:. .K. M.?~;~. ho. .B.E.
a e.
M.P.


01749.


HonBourable Mr. C. R. Beattie, J.P., Chumanis,
Honourable M~r. T. F. Bowman'

(iapti Lio R. K. Masson, MV.B.IE.,
H-. Stansbury, Esquire,
Honm. Secre~tary-A.L HB. Anderson, E qluir:- .
JIon. Asst. C :r~- 1.u -P. Zayden, Esquire.

M.P. '0472.


M~ILIT' \RY PEN;'llONS' BOARD.

The Financ-ial S~eretary, Ci~lunrma,
The 5:: larr XMedical Officer, ,
The Reverend R. C-lte--tor n. O B.E., J.P,
Major L. A. Jeffew--.



































































































M.P. OI110-1.


- -- -


1st Alcalde, Claretice: Garbutt
2nd Alcalde, Ch:'!- I es u.ub:..r.

Toledo DIistrict.

San Antonio ;''--..:se'.

1st Alcalde, Genaro Chun
2nd Alcalde, Sebastian Jalal.


San Antonio a Frchljr 1'le.1-:i and


Alcalde, DE.;c-a \.,l!LnoJc\a.

SSan Pedro r`. lura!br.
1st Alcalde, Felix Cal
2nd Alcalde, Vicente Chen.


Aguacate, Moho R it er.
1st Alcalde, Lucas Ch
I2nd Alcalde, Louis Bolon.


Santa Teresa IEHincia..zi:.ned Moho River.!

1st Alcalde, Pedro Te ul
2nd AU-l~cld. Frgincisco SE~il.


rique Sarca, Temash River,
ist Alcalde, M/artinE C hee
2nd Alcalde, Juan Baki.




1st Alcalde, c~rlntiago Benguclhe
2nd Alcalde, Simon !:i ti;:~l


Dolmes,2 Sarstoon River.

1st Alcalde, Juan Kacao
2nd Alcalde, Juan Salam.


Cool District.

Benqlue Viejo.

1st Alcalde, Gyrgie Leon
2nd Ailcalde, Jos 5.!ar;; Samos.


Sucorz.

.1st Alcalde, Ascension Allarr
'nd A~lc~.llde.. Rosa Cowo~.


Arenal.

1st A~lcaldg, Sabino Na)j
2nd A-lci3lde, Silverio Romero.


1


ALE A~LDES.

IC-ap. 174, C. L., 192~-lj.

Sal,-na~ C~rcrd District.

Sesne Bight.

1st Alcalde, Balbino 'PalaI;-o
2nd Alcalde, Ascension Dieg~o.

Newtown, Commere Bight.


BR.ITISH HONDURA~~.S GAZETTE


3


I


VISITING JUSTID ES TO P~isoNS. JS

((.0. 68, C: L., IC-h.


For the Belize P -- -


The Magistrate, On; Ili (ex ...ie .. I.
F. W~. Fi! .J! !, E .!?; O.B.E., J.P.,
F. R. Dragten, E ature, O.B.t:E K.C., J P.,
Captain Wm. C. Priedl V.D., J.P.,
J. P. Usher, E-...nice. J.P.,
J. T. BoulIo.. Esquirc.. J.P.,
James D. Burn, Esquire, J.P.


Il er -the Northern District:

Corozal Prison.

The District C_ :an~ii:< o~neri (ex r i....:.-1.
H. F. 5 ha r: Esquire, J.P.,

John A. Enes o!\I Esquire. .

O inger 11,Lk Prison.

The District Commissioner (ex of., uk i,.*)
Ev~an L. McGregor Arthur, Esqi.:i~. J.P.,
George balltr. E;;quil-.


For the Stann Creek District:

The Dllic~i; Commissioner, Stann Creek (ex of-


-B. Guerero, Esquire, J.P.,
H. A. Baller, Esq.uire.


For the Toledo District.

The Din ia~ Commissioner, Toledo (ex officio),
3* A. Carroll, E qu;it, J.P.,
WV. N. Bourne. ExplrP. J.P.*


For the Caw Dis nia-l~i


The District Commissioner, El
E. J. En~right. Esquire, J.P.,
A. A. Lewis, Eiiquir..


C;1yoc (ex officoio


M.P. 1751-3-


San Anlon'o.

1st Alc'alde, Elijio Panti
2nd Alcalde, P oC5 Mai.


Bullelt Tree Falls.

1st Alcalde, MI:lrgarito Angeles
2nd Alcolde, Juan Medirna.


1st Alcalde, Leon Castillo
2nd Alcjlde. Sixto Lewis.










4 B3RITISH;~ HiONDURTAS GAZETTE


Na~me : WherLe Licensed

-. Ma il 0 Guerrero, Higinia Punta Gorda
I..-nt.Th:iw .. Belize
MYurphy, Adriana .. ,
No:i.!,;-, Amelia _Angedr-a Corozal
. l.-:. JaLne .. .. Punta G~orda
1. L.... Emlia..muds. t sun Creek
Pandy, .1.:-t;i;a .. .. Punta Gorda
'.. .. Belize
IParks, ii .h;ri .. .4, ,,
Patt, 31nna;.-. ... ,
?ti1 Cciia, .. .. ,,

I' .u-llei. T .:- nz~. .. .. ,
R' I:N: F man-h:::~: .. Cayo
H .R.EL~a.erb .. Belize
~I, Vivian . ..,
:. ane .. .. ,,
. Et~hin . .,,
.;: .I i. Susan .. .,,
T.tlil- Ci,..crymay .. ,,
Thompson, 16l I ?'<1
T,. pji Ann T1:.-.. 11 C lr
f. Ivl.t.10ottie .. Bfelize
Waight, Octavia . ..C~

White, Clleopatra .. ,,
WIoods, Ethel .. .. ,,
Young, Ee .. .. ,,
?- in~ .Leonie Belmore ,


No. 2..


M7.P. 0022.
glPENERAL REGiSTRY '


Belite, 30 Decemnber 19)39.

MIIDL1'll'ES.


THNE r I ,i.ine names of Licen~sed 3.1 -in n:-. ;
dulyr registered, in the PR?. Ire-i* of M~id-
wives in this office, are pubbeljled for general
information.




j:,/,,, .*,- General.


Anderson, Josephine .. ,
Antonio, M~ionica .. . ,
Arnold, Mr. il]). .. ..,,
Atherley, Christiana A. .. ,,
Patt ritr, Ida A. ..,,
8.-1. 01.Irne .. ,,
Bennett, Ida .. .,,
Be~nton, ?I,.u- .. .. Oras~nP e
9lancoa, Lottie .. .. Th-la.<
;:r- =>..., Lucy Ann MVay .. ,,
Blanco, Saturnina.. .. Corozal
B~rut...., Effie W. L. .. Beli~ze
P: .-.-, Anastacia... .,,
Em: .. n Zilla . . ,,
Dr~m. 0-en.JHoa, .. Corozal

Camp~osde mnrIt,.t x, Mu:l!tii a, ,,
Casanova, Leonarda .. '
Ca~ttonsef, 11!.!' r-t .. ,,
SIc'!'t,:l..- cincent .. .. ,,
CupI~-.1., Henrietta ,
( -t .1 Abe .. ..,,
Docu~linanlrlz Juliana .. ,,

3FloerrC., Albertha .. ,
Flowers, Bernalda .. Oranp- i
Flowers, l-i .-.a! en~ .. Belize
]Franklin, Minerva .. ,,
G'Arbutt, Mary Ann tn
GarLbutt, Tepe!iba ... ... Belae e
Czeor- Mary Ann Clare ,,
G~ib. G~illett, Ina .. .. ,,
Gougora, Cattalina Acosta OsI use i


H ~!iil ..a. Frances .. Punit a G

Hesu!:ni~~Eons, lorn .. ,,
H:Wyde, Cleantis ,,
La Cr air, Leargra ,,
Latcbplan, Cathraine .. ,,
;Leslie, Dl.i-; ... I

wi .~L:~:-1 .. beize
Lightfoot, S-.phlia I. unta ~
0.- n, da ..:1.'a .. Belize
Lopez, R1I. an.lina i.' ..
Lin*1\. :: a..- .. . Corozal
MaeC.mcr.x Luciana, i .. ,,
4II-- {Wd.na.. J1.try ..... Belize
:r ].!clan...~ E~c-iri..e .. ,,
McField, Mas~i?-il~ A~nn.. ,,
McK-c.Uicll.. .. ,,

.4hwe I ~irinlA Fide~lia .. ,
Mrlllia. Caridad .Crzl

Menie cedllu.B.Belize


s



\\alk


RI.P. ooz2.
General IT:. -, It'r,
!,i:. :. 30 Decemrber r1 sy,.


-- 3.


r4!'t:L .I ISSI ONERI S OF TH1E Si'PRPEMIE
COURT.
The `.i -- .n~ list of Commissioners of the
Supreme Court is published for _;;-n:~.l informa-
tion.
SBy Order.
A. O. UL'~:''1 ; O~:R TH
R.-;~'!r,:lr General.

Frederick; r l~i 1on FiJ.11.=. Ei rnite.O.B E., J.P.,
Th~ Hou ~_'ble EI :iill ~lant Alexandier Jex Bowman, Fepaire,

John Allrs. -r Carroll, E~~quise, J.P.,
Edward J..h En~ r!ric~ht, 1 Faqui~rc J.P.,

John Hen~r! R--s~. Esuire.
John Ti I :., Esquire, J.P.,

'd.P. oaz2.


Walk

:orda ,





orda ,










iA~da I


Genreral R;eddry~,
FIl.-/2 30 DC?.,rFle lr 193.


sN 4.


MAR~IRIED W\OMlEN'S DEEDS.

.i'i-- f 11I1.0 in: list o-F CommissionersS for taking-






'9 _g!trar General.


The Hon'bole Mr. Thomas I inlay, Bowman,
WiGilliam Alexander Jex Eel~.~Unn, E~squire,
O.B.E. J.P.,
Tohn Allce!frl ( r .'l. Esquire,- .T,P.,
El.1 -.u- T. .hn! E ri-It. E srui re. J.P.,

John ~ayl..~I F--pshe, i1.











BRITISH- HONiDURAS.P GAZETTE 5


0... :.'- :--** e i w Resnarks


~i_


11_1__


Name


__


M.P. 0022.


.G EN ER L R~EGISTRY,

~Belize, 30 DecembeFr 1939.


No). 5


( HL MlSTS AiND DRUGGlCIST S.



THE f-il:--inght~n~ of Ip reh:i registered as Chemists an:1 Djruggists on the 3')thl December,
1939, is pu;l.dli3shed for 11-m! r.-,1 i.,l-::ua: i...o in accordance with section 20 of Chaputer 51
of the (<'.ma1 II~.hdate Laws, 1924.

I < Order.b




Registrar !'. IIo rld


Residence


elize Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

SCertificate of Board of Ex~c! I!are under
C i, yr 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

,,Certificate of Board of Examineap under
r's~ir`r r 70, Section 3 (4) Consolidated Laws
I IP- n..I Edition).

"Certificate of Board of Examniners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

,,Certificate of Board of Exlllniners under
Ch~~~rqr.cr ... of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

tann Certificate of Board of Examiners under
'reek Lci qli.l.. 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

Belize C'ir~rini.:I .- of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 510fl; r i .,..~I r !I.10~r. .l Lan-:. 1924.

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924.

,,Certificate of Board of Exu~nianmes under
Chapter 70, Section 3 (4) Consolidated Laws
(Revised Edition).

,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
*~! ?I .g -,- .@ Section 4 I -si th.= 0..n.r::l11.Ired
Laws, 1924.

,, Crtl;..:.t of Board of Examiners adr ~ls
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924

,,Certificate of B'9ulr!of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
OrdinanceNo.160f 1908,Sec. 4 (4).

,,Certificate of Board of. Examiners under
-Chapter 70, see. 3 (4) Consolidated Laws
(Revised Edition .

,,Certificate of Board of Examniners under
Sea. 3 (3) of Chap. 70, Consolidated
Lawsc i twea_ I=. I Edition).

.,Certific~ate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.


23rd June Certificatte
1931 dated 'P3.6.31


Bennett, FT-' I Llewellyn B


Bogus, Sidney Uriah






Codd, Selvyn Archibald


Franklin, Robert Cecil


Harwood, Elsa S1


Hleusner, Raymond Joseph 1


Hyde, Percival
Augustus


Martinez, Romuatldo
E ~ique


MeDonald, Charles James



McPield, \\.llan


Mo~rtlay, Henry Kortright


SPay~refite, Alb.crlo Ignoatius


Sandiford, Frederick
Nathaniel


Trapp, Phdi.l Alexander



Tucker, R~euben F.


961. .Ti.ly


14th Mar.
1919


15th June
1926

13th June
1925
**



29th Sept.
1931

30th June
1939


6th June
1916


18th Jung
1931


gth Peby.
1937

18gth Se-pt.
. I '.93; P- -

21:trh Apri.1
1914

13th Nov.
1992



th Mar,


Certificat;
dated !1 ;.36.

Certificate
dated 28.2.10.


Certificate
date~d 10.6.26

Certificate
distedl 10.6.25.


dated 28.7.36

Certificate
dated 28.9.'31 9

Certificate
l.t.- .1 o.6.26


Certificate
dated 2.6.16


Certificate
dated l8.6.31


Certificate
dated 27.2.37'

C:?rtifu~. te
dated 10.7.33

Oc-rt ificate~
datedl y.4.L1

Certificete -
dated 30.8.22 ':


Certificate
dated 7.2.16.


12th June C.r e d'i.-.ne
1935 dated 10.6.35


r,;f; .1 *


Certificate of Board.of Examiners under 1Sth .!uly
Chat-t.l-r 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 19.1. 10.32


Westby, Hermon Emanuel





DENTISTS.


HR E following copy of the Denti a RE ;ir 1:r =h:.~i nc; the persons app-e ar sy on thlF Register
on1 ther 311tl3 Dciember. 1930si is pub:li ;he-. in accordance n ;ill see~ ti.:.n; ( (2 of i -pt-r 50:
of the Conlsolklatedi Laws. 1 D2




*



Plr ist~rar General.


N.an~e Beeidence uf-a.D~ate ofC Registration



H. W. Pearce ... .-Belize Wa~s at the date of 'eommnceaenrt of
Ordinance 20 of 1923.(1st October 1923) bona
fl.1* YIIog.:-.1 in this Colony in the practice of
cle~nttetr? .. .. : .. .. 20th Novembrer, 1923


.FB. A.ske~man .. ,, Was at the date of commencement of
i Ordinance 20 of 1923 (1ist October 1923) bona
f6s iale enance in this Colony in the practice of
d.-ati\tr .. .2st November, 1923


H1. B. Lind ,.. ,, li'a at the date of commencement of
Ordi ance 20 of 1923 (1st 0. t ..rI...:rUN onza
fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
.. .. .. 4th December, 1923.


Jors Enrique D'Leon Benque Viejo Was at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (1st October 1923) bona
# fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry . . . . 0th June, 1924.


- I I II I - lie 111~-


BRITISH HONDURACE.S GAZETiE.


6 -


No. 6.


M.P. ooz2,


GI1:~R..Man REGISTRY,


H~omer Samuel Carmichael







Samulel Erne.-= Gale .


arellze Holder of a e.:~rrli...~te granted in a foreign
country for the li n!e : 1..:1n i :r~ a ---e i- by the
tL101= 10: **11111 1.1i Tli~tleb.r **I Ill*: **-r---.
il..n ..t thet re--...s..-le knowledge and (::.6 t
th -lie sentIll! pr rti.:e of dentistry .


,, Holder of a cerltifh-sts: granted in a foreign
country for the time being reconp~ized by the
Committee of Medica.l TI-i.~.,r,it .. as fur-
nishing a sufficient ,cleadie w .-1 11.:~ posses-
sion of the requisite k-n..\ix1.-.h: and -1:.11 for
the efficient ( practice ..f .1 nr.- r .


,, Holder out' ppy!llcls..s granted in a foreign
country for the` tlin, I.-lasc ri.r Uj ed by the
Co'mmllttc; ofi 10adiic s l~s..i.-tr.utl..n as furnish-
ing a sufficient L..uar su...: of the possession of
the requ(Li-it knowledge and skill for the <..ft-
cient pr is t s: e of dentistry ... .. ,.


ijtlr b 6 preu':'e. ~1982,







13th December, 193=.







18th March, 1939.,


Snl dham Stein .


,, Holder of a certificate granted in a foreign
country for th thelr N~ini rc:.--=:4led 1.. ib.
Committee of gl.:-licallR~ starlts.- oas Ibruilh
Sing a sufficient to .Ir :li of thr ; p..-es---i .n ..(E
the riequi i te l: n ...I; ; j .- jnd -! Ill i--r thi e-ifi-
client practice of .%;0!ilitc.; .. .. ... 29th May, 1939-


.. ,, Holder of a certificate granted in 7 forei~n
country for the time b-:im. reenenieei F.- thel
Committee of Medical i<~- al-trl aIon n frnlish-
inrc 1 uiindeint iulu unite- of the possession of
the rcquijite k~noril h -le : ad skill for the effi-
cisat 1.riti.:e of Jrl nts?.-r .. .. 12th July, 1939.


Enrique Miralde Navas






Wihehtn Mayer













BRITIH HONDUrRAS GAZETTE 7


MINISTERS OF RELIGION.

The following names of Ministers of Religion duly registered in this office are hereby published for ,;c-lrnl
information, under the provisions of section 5 of C!..i-te r go of the Consolidated L~aw~s, 1924.

By Order.


Registrar General.

Niame Designation Religiouts Dtnominaation Residence


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MI.P, 0022.

SGeneral P. :I0-' Belize, 30 Iri, c.. e4E I939.


No. 7.


.Belize

st . Belize

.. DL~ze

..Belize

..Orange nalkr

..Belize

..Funta Gorda


..Belize

..Belize

..Orange WalkF

..Belize


..Belize

..Manatee

**0. Stann Creek

..Belize

..Cayo
..Belize

..Belize

. Punta GorsB

.. enqlue Viejo
..San Rom~an

.. Pnta Gord$

Belize

S.Stann Greek

..Belize ~a

.,Stann Creek: a


.Belize

..Belize

..Belize

..Belize

.Stann Creeki
.Belize

..Belizp
Beliize
.. elize
.. Placentia


S ta n n Crzkeie k

:. Belizel
Corozal


Alexander, Aldous C.^... Minister .. .

.1- t -f I L'. Lunny . .. Minister .. .. ..

B~ennett, Wiilliam .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus

Cleghlornl, Robcert ... Minister . . ..

Coady,DnanielM. .. .. Priestofthe --i.!.o~fJesus

Cook, Herbert J., B.A, .. Minister .

Coony, Edmund J. .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus

Corey, Anthony H. .. .. Ditto .
Courrtney, Edward W. .. Ditto .. .
Dunn, The Most Rev.
Ed(ward ~irtl..ar. D.D. .. Archbishop of the West Indies

Fairweather, Gerald .. .. Priest .

Ganey, MIarion M. . Priest of thei 4 .eic t of Jesus

1100 Jon J.. .. .. Ditto .

its.' ; -, David! F. .. .. Ditto .

' Hope, William Robert .e ret .. .
Hulse, Gilbert R., B.A. . Ditto .. .. ..

Kammrerer, Joseph Bernard .. Priest of the Society of Jesus

Kemper, Joseph L~. .,.. Ditto

Ke~nny, Ernest 1d1~ -I.m .. .,

Knopp, John M. .. .. Priest of the Soci-ty of Jesus
Krizek, John I. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus

K~uenzel, '.mb.l; R. .. Ditto .

lialin, Jose . .. . Secular Priest .. ..

Leonard, Quirinus P. .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus

Lovelock, Francis Thomas Minister a

M~arin, Philip B. . .. Secular Priest .. ..

.L~ rih .. k Robert L. . Priest of the Society of i.- r n.

Moffett, Albert Edward -.. Adjutant

Newell, John T. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus

Newell, LouisEF. .. .. Ditto .

O'Connor,Very Rev. Marvin M, Pro, Vitar .

Pooley, Cristopher . Missionary .. ..

Pratt, Ven. R-..nOJ!.. A..P., Mi.A. Priest--Archleacon of Belize

Pryor, Joseph .. ., Supernumlerary MIinister
Rice, The Most Rev. .. -Bishop of Rusicate and Vicar
William A., S.J. .. .11I -.-t !!. of Belize

Ryan, William A. .. .. Priest of thle Society of Jesus
Saunders. Arthur W. . . Minister .. .. ..
Schaefer, Michael A. .. .. Priest of the Society of Jesus
Simpson, Percy Bernard - Priest .
Smith, William J. .. Minister ..
Stevenson, Alltan Aloyalus .. 'Priest of rh.. 4!..cis-tr .. Jesus

Vere-Stead, John Ozanne Priest .
Wade, Joseph D. Priest of the Society of Jesus
Warrenl, F; Ibi St.. John
Percy, :11..L. .. Priest
Wilson, The Right Rev. .. Assistant Bishop of British
Douglas J. .. Honduras
Zimmer~rman, Bernard C. .. Priest of the .Y..ciety- of Jesus


..Methodist Mission

i. Seventh Day Adventi~

..Romnan Catholic

aptist. ..
..Roman Catholic

.. Methodist Miss on
..Roman Catholic

..Ditto .

..Ditto .

..Church of Z n,,1anel

..Church of England

..Roman Catholic

..Roman Catholic

..Ditto .

.. hurchi of Englanr
.. Ditto .. ..

..Romann Caltholic

;. Ditto .

Salvation Army

..Roman Catholic

..Romp Catholic
..Ditto .

S. Ditto .. ..

..Ditto .

'Methodist `Mission

. Roman Catholic

.. Ditto ., ..

Salvation Army
.. ro-usan Caltheshe ~

..Ditto .

..Ditto .

Lh e.re:i la ngland

..Chur~ch of Expland

..Methodist Mision ~
Roman Catholic

..Roman Catholic
. ethodist Mission
..Roman Catholic





..Church of England
Roman Catholic

.Church / Eud.~1ud
..Church of England

o.RomiffTtitholic -


.. Belize
..Belize

..Corozal










8 'BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE,


Belize, 3u D~c-ilt.lrr 1938.
MEDICAL PRACh 'TI'TIONERS.

T 1E I5:410~n iner list of i e ito reel M~e..ih:-.11 Practitioners whose names remained on the Rec~iater
on thle 30th-1 D~ec-~~embr, 14.. is published in accordance with section (., of Chapter 49
of t he Consolidated Laws, 1924.




A. O.L _--S-R H

Dacte q~f ilergistraion Name v..: .n Address

12th June, 1928 An;.1--t . Y roon Ma-~iI. J Officer Belize
F~it erl I r. n29
23rd Decemnber, 1937 Andren, Jose Maria Tromas Licence under the hand and seal of the EaLize
Governor in accordance with section 10
cb of i. IIy !-- 49 of the Consolidated Lsaw,
1924
3Ist May, 1938 C'lik-- Percival Egerton Asfistant Medical'.illliedl Oragga; Walk
4 McIntosh
3.ah uch ry= Cheverton Red~ual~ .1 Lelie Senior Medical Officer Belize
fah 1 n lv'5 Dpu...D.-r~ l lam Medical Officer Belize

?Tst October, '937 Dingwall, Harold Nicholas Licence under the hand and sealof the Belize
Off;:,-, .1.E~n;!;rillrin te Government
in 2.:...-.r-ili su i~th i~....tk!o lo of Chapter
4g of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
rath Junel. 1937 F'rie~lhuau Leo Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Offkel:r .\;Llulinist:ri-i the Government i
in vr. .<. ?1<. ...s! au-utionto of Chapter
49 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.
22nd May, 1926 George, William Ayrton M.-d~l o cal Officer Cayo
Strathearn
3rd July, 1996 Nr Heuaner, Karl Licence une the hand and seal of the Belize
Il~j.- rn.:.r .10..1 "'st b June 1396
22nd April, ]9,30 Kina~m, Franklin H. Licence under the hand and seal ofthe B:-ize
Governor in accordance with section 10
of Chapter 49 of the Consolidated Laws,,
1924
24th July, 1937 I'arkuno Victor Albert Licence under the hand and seal of the Belize
Offfeer .1.1mninizL: Iincz ith.. Government
in accordl..a.~~l~ ~.ib ..io.:a root C.*l r
Ilt Fliusg.I9b ateron ~me 49 of the C -u:..!i.:1adc Laws, 19)24
Ilr~erury199 Pttrsn, hoasMei~sat Officer Corozal
r3th March. 7937 Rassim, Hamdi Snad Medical Officer Punta Gorda
f8th Or- tioer, 1935 Ram, Labhayst Milhotra Medical Officer Belize
6th April, 1929 Savona, Edgar Charles Medical Officer Staun Creek


By Order.
A.0O, LOlNG(Sli'O:RTH,
Regijtrar Genteral,
Name A4ddress Idleniification Date of

Rexhtration


_ ~_ __ I __ _sl


No. 8.


Mi.P. 0022.


No. 9.

GEwNERL RICazaRxx,
Belize, 30 December ;,11ys
OPTOM ETR1' PRACTITIONERS.

~THE following copy of the Register of Optometry Fractationtrl is published
with section 4 (z) of Ordinance No. 14 of -927.*


.Ml.P. oo22.


in accordance


Holder of a certificate of the Britis~h
God.itj II Association of London, England,~
which certificate the Comnmittee of Medi-
cal R. Listr rti...n recognise as a sufficient
guaran~t....~I thi E*,si..s.-ii-sic of the reqli-
iite ku.~i !i- h..1s old !IIl t..r the efficient
practice of pull:luncLtry .
I-I..I ler of~ 3 I'r~tll. ate of the Philadel-
phil t iptical Co~llege of Pennsylvania,
~U.SA., which certificate the Committee of
Medical Registration recognize as furnish-
ing a ;Iltrialcut guarantee of the posses
si:,n of the requisite knowledge and skill
for the tfliatunt practice of Optometry


fSolomon, Izett C.


Belize


5th fune, r933,


Belize


Clarke, Hubert A,


I8th June, I937






































No. 2 BE~LIZE, 6 JA-NUA.RYr 1940 Page 9


I INI'r, H.~ F., Jui riL~~ C~lerkl to act as a Th~ilrd
lawsI C'l~l:;L P-:.~ and Tzlkerapti l D1i-b~:t
ment, with ;ileetl from Isti Janua~irl 940.


LOCKE, J. H., Second c!:s-s Clerk, to be,
1'';-1'.:-1--0..0, a First Class iclrk:, Audit
Dc part me nit on probation, with effect frolm
Int J.anuar!. 1940. M.P, c370.

LORTING. R. H3., P'robu:~tltmer, Se~Creta1i3t, 'to
be, ;.r, idii nal~l-, Junior C'ler~ k, medical
Decl~-rtre !:lt, on prol..n1~~:~ Io. with effect from
Ist January, 1940o. M!.P'. 02579

MOl.rT1T'. F, O., Junior i if rk, to be~r. pr. .vI.-on-

effect from Ist January,- 1940.
M.P. ..24-'l0.


apartment, to be, provisionally, P'r..ha-tioner,,

Ist Januhry, I94. l.P. oz483.
ROBIATE.W,~ J. J., Probiationer, P._-r:e!rstaist
to act as a Jumor. Clcrk. P.~:-ts and Tele-
gaph e ,a lrr men~wt, w -ith fft fra .ni Ist


-p r~RF.4, A., Mer.;-senger to act ni Juni-~
Cler, Ts-a-ry 'el~rm nt ith elfefect
from Iet January, 1940. ....34

TE~!R.MBCH, L. A., Junior Clr~k.~- Nediical

c'ins. il8rk, Treasun~ 'Lry Dep men on p~t
nation nith~ effect fromi Is luary,, 19i4i.
-M.P. --239.


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.,


Coloniarl Secretaryl's O(fi'r, -
Deli,..-, 6 January i.->..-.-.

The following particular.< r.-laltine to ~appoint-
muents, etc., inl the~ 1 ubli: C, ic~r-~e are published
for general inter~rmati n.

By C~ommank.

A. WOLFl'croHN,
le//I;. I Colonial Secretary.




No. To.

APPOINTyENTS .

C.TIP-BELL.. A. V7., Sani~t-'uy Inspector, Medi-
cal Depal~tmenut. to be, pr:l hiiona!-~I'l Junior
Clerk, D:istric't Commissioner's Office, Stan .
Creek, on probation, with~l effect from Ist
Jatnuary, Iesltp.. 31.P. 02591.

CFRD rt L'l. 1e~~l C1,r i`1j~ tS< ac 11 a
Department, with effect from Ist Jan nati ,
19)40. .. -

EtUS~EYI, Nu., to be Pr~obationer i4.m!itary In-
spec~tor, Med~ic.al De~partmnent, on probriat .an,.
with effect from Ist JaniuarT, 1940.


FERl;UiSON,~ R. E., 'Thil~l C'la; C-le~rk, to act
as a Sec.- nd- C lac Cle-r Pa., t and Tele g.raph-
Department;, w\ith eff-c~t frl-,u Ist j3nwlir;
I9 40 M.P. 02182.

GSILL, D. R. B., Thiird Class C'lceak. Treacury
Depart ment, to be, pI-rovisonlly, Second
Class C'lerk, Judaciall Dep-l.-~~utmet (Magis-
tracy}), on probat;ion, w\ith effect from Ist
January, 1940. MP O3.


r
,p
r,


No. 11.


M1 P. ozzio.


RESIGNATION.
ROBIXRONI~, MIr. L. MI., Jlunior Clerk Tirearsury;
Depa;Lturitmet rei-inedl- wi~th effect from 3Ist
Decembrter, rl3'~ .


G OVER L F t 1 EMENT~J



GAZB~tETTI"~E


BRITISH HONDURAS









10 BRIT~IS1-I HONDLiRA.JS GAZETTE


No. 12.

RETIRE IlE NTS.


Comollii--i -acr's I~t'ince Stann Crcil. retired
with effect from irst -cnTr.1<,inl
sive. MP ,44

M1ITH,~-~ A. T., Flr-t Class Icrkl; Posts and
'Icl...,raph-- Department, retired, on pension,
i:t !I -f'ct from Ist January, 104.. ~








'TRANSFERS.


apartment, transferred to Posts .ano~ Tele-
era!;-h- Department n ithi effect from Ist
January, 1940. .x-..

GJILL, D. R. 11., Seconel~- .!:os ~c~lerk Judicial
1),partment itl.l. cIi- transferred to
To~.llr oury D~prltus-nlt .'ith --Fi-st from Ist
January, 1940. M.P. -..4,;...

MI~lr;HAN,'G E. W., Second Class Clerk, Treas-
ury Department, transferred to ju.:Uesc~e!



TRAP.~1P, P. L., Second Class Clerk, Judicial
Dep~atInt O,!-;-tc,.1c., transferred to
?auir Depa'"!!rtl l men: vIt rrlc.tt from Ist
January, I:14. .. s 33


Nr IS.


M~.P. 01961.


'..-' . 6 January/ I-I4...
DO~CUlllENT OF IDENTITY' FO-R
A~IRCRAFI1T PERSONNEL.
It is hereby notified, for general information,
tht r copies of the text of a Note which has been
r \ihi II :-dl Ibtwieen His Man i- to \s Government
inl thle rUnltc.! K~i!!rd..m. ther Commonwealth of
Australia and N.c .Z;-al.li:1, and the Govern-
ment at~ India and the Government of thle

eluded with tllatr country fo~r ~ith ree-ipr. cal
acceptance, in hau I. of pis (- ipert .. .I~i~-om-u ~uts
Iof identity for Oir::r.- personnel, may be seen
on .a!pli-'tion l at this office.



No, 16.

Beh~ile. 6 January 1940.
NOTICE TO F~RIENDLY. SOCIETIES.
T he~ attention of His I.::lci!-rllent the officere r
.ilininistel~l.~rirw te Government hsbe i
rectea~-l t.: thec fact that in many instances the
provisions of the i;rion.i.Hy~ "..i;e~tic- O-rdinance--
Chl plrter '4" of the C..~ n:'-lidatedll Laws, 1924--
are not being complied with by such Societies.
In future, where the provisions of thef Ordi-
nance are not trietiy- c~vpl~ied:i- with in the pre-
scribed time, thel...ne ..Even!~i! in the ral?-dinancer
to coinpel complianc n llle eiI1r~cnforced without:
fu!rtheir communication to ;lhe delinquent
Society.

Copies of the iniiendl Societies Ordinance
may be obtained at the Government Plint~ing
Office for twenty-five cents each.


31.P. oz643.


No. 17.


8:.' .,. January 1940.

STATUTORY ]RULES AND ORDERS.
The under-mentioned St.-ltur~-= Rule and
Order is publlilhed 1i ith this issue of the Ga.!cit,
and fo-rms; part thereof:--
No. I of 1940o-The Trading wijth the Fn!;Emyl!
!.cSpelcifie Persons) (Amellndment)ll Order, 1939-~


Nso. 14.


J1.P. 02717.


Colonial Secretary's )ific,
G,-'.::;, 2 January, 1940.

TENDERS FOR THE CONV\EYANCIVE OF
PAU~PERSC FOR BRIAK.L.

Tenders are in!\it-ite for i.lomi-evin-c the dead
boiesljc of all adult paupdira town of Beiize to Lea-~rd'i R~idge Cemetery from I
Ist February to 3Ist Decrlembe xrr. 14.

Tenl leg~ should be eiicl~-led- inl -r1-led- envelopes
marked Trenders for Pa3ulcr Burials" and be
delc~i\red at the Colonial Se crtary-'s Office not
lat-r: than twelve noon on Monday the 22nd
January, 1940.


No. 18.


M.P. ozyso.


Belize, 6 J~nwrry~~,\ 1940

BILL PUiBLISH-ED.

The :nderr-melntionedr l Bill which is tobe jub-
mitted ~to thet 1,:1-ilati\-e C'..unc.il is p~ublished


with this issue of !~ th (. Gas ti and frmsr~l part;
Tcnlelr s 44411J nolt inal de the~oll su ly a thereof:-
coffin but ho~uld clearly state the naRtureofithe A Bill enltitled~ an 'ir ilinance to amend the
cohr'.r~illlrance Iol be nployed (hearse, h~uibk na 5nmmaryI, Conviction O_)iiceC- Or:,inl~ance --
bInd~~-draln a carriacet. etc.) and should in~ludle t hantrr 180 of the G,~ro n-lida.tedl Laws, 1924.
the 21uply of t to\~ men to remove the coffin to
and from the public mortuary or house and By Cormma'nd
deposit the corpse in the grave.

The1f Government do not bind themne!1-esr. to OLFSHN
accept the lo~weSt or any tender. Autogr~ Colonial Secretar'y,










BRITISH HONDUPr.AS G~aZETTE 11


No. 19.


Colonial Secretary's Of r~r. .


MONKEY RIVER irOH\; N 80.4 D


(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)


B. i~L. 6 January 19-1l i

Ai PP iNTM!E NTS.

His E .:cl-'.ica the Offameri l Administering th.
Government has been pleased to make th* under-
mentioned appointments in respect of Town
Boards in the Oubdaj,~i-lri until further notice.
For convenience the ex if in.l Member sl are
also shown.

Bi Command. -

A. O\jLFTFSOHN,

Acting Colonial Secretary.




COROZAL TONEN~r BOARD (PP.Ol) lilON.1~L r.

(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)

The District C_..smmissionur.r Northern Distr et.

The Mem.:O O f f ...er, C orozal,
C. Lizarraga, Esquire,
L,. F. Iljln:r.-z. Esquire,
J, A. I; ;ira-il. Esquire,
Apolonio Vasquez, Esquire,
H. F. %h:.ri. Esquire, J.P.,
W'ilr;m Schofield, E~squirec. J.P.
10 P.0(1I 17.


The District Commissioner,
(ex officio),
The ..:cJI- Officer, T;-lcedo.
E. H. .': IiL. Esquire, J.P.,
G. Morey, 1L q u~ir~..
H. Ferguson, E ;squrre~


Toledo, Chairman


C.i1iT0 TOWNsh BOA.RD (PRlO~l'isuNAL~I.

(Ord. No. 2-1 of 19351)


~Thec Daki;. Commissioner,

The Medical Officer, Cayo,
A. A. Lewis, E-.uiir:.
HJ W. Young, Esqurire,

J. A. Massiah, E--.4uire.


Cayo, Chairman (ex


BENOUJE : iEJO TO\\iN BOARD.I


I3!rd.1 No. 2~4 of 1945~


The D Cr se t; Commissioner,

The Meascai. l Oicer!lrc. Cayo,
George Leon, E-.,ulre.
Miguel Hegar, E' ;ru-le.
D. E. Coleman, Esquire,
Manuel Guerra, Esl~uu re.


Ca se. C h:s ur ma n (ex






SM.P. r:'%-1.


OR.1N<..El WALK TOWN BOA-RD
(P RO\ ISIO N AL).
IOra. Noi. 2-1 of 1938)

The District Commiss~ioner, Northern Dist
Chairmann (ex oic~i; i~.1
The Medical Of neeLr, Orange W~~alk ,
E. L. M~GIcG.leg Arthur, Esqu~re. J.P.,
Miguel Urbina, EsqIre, jT
A. Ayuso, Elql;lre.
G. V. Smith, Esquire,
J. C. AlcF.e!lane. Esquire.


:rict, No. 20.


M.P. ol51.


Colonial S...actr vr! 's C't;.se.

Ir- ,ir ,, 6 JanuLary 1940.

The rf f i~c-r AdmriniLsterin.; thlr CG.'vernment
.iirl~tet the ipal lica.tl:! in,l 6.1 urpenes;t o~f record,
of the fall...i-, in;, I-l ised list o:f c illicer-, who are
uqul:ircld as from the Ist January, 1940, to givec
security under thr pro1\-i~i-lon- of that1Iter IIo o:f
the~ Cam,-u.lidalt;d- Laws, 1924, for the iiuthinl
performance of thcat duties, to~eclther n ith ther
amounts of such `rrcurlit\y which have been
determined by His Execcliency.l

By Centmuaud
A. WOL:I.FFSOH N.

Acting Colonial Secretary.



...-- ------









hrT;ic01lt ar.dl Officer .. '.; ,ooo
Antstn~ A riulurl f ier .. I,5oo
AXeriCultura-l1 inetructo~r .. y


M.P. 01117.


MULLINS DRIVER TOWN BOARD
(PRO\ 15iONAr.LI.

(Ord. No. 24 of 1938) .


The DIsual'~ Comm!!iissioner.r Stann
man (ex off i, r,)o.
The Medical Of ~ii~cr. Stann Creek,
Hildebrandt Brachie~r, Esquire,
George N. 5mith. Esquire,
3R. L. Tench, Esquire.


Creeck, Ch..ar-





M.P. 01116t.


PU~NTA G~ORDA~ TOW'N BOARD


IOrd No. 24 of 19381

The District Commissioner, Toledo, Chair

The Medical O~fficer, Toledo,
J. A. Carroll, Esquire, J.P.,
M. A\1der. Esquire,
Wm. N. Bourne, Esquire, J.P.,
D). S. Wiltshire, Ejqulre.


rmn sl


M.P.033 .


___












~ __
I- -------


_ _
_


Second Class C~l'!l. .. 5i.*****.e
Junior Clerk .
F-.>rein;.;!n, Agriculturalr Stlr .he 500

Assistant I-:.~i: i.rena: At .,t .. 500

Ofr.Torl'l~l! AND HARBOUR DEPARTMENT:


Second ( .- Clerk..
ni ..lrnil .n:.I Inspector
Third LI Cler I~ir


.. I,Soo
.. 500


SPc LICEil i EPA-RTMENT:~T



Inspector of Po~lice .. ..
t.hit' iclrk and iStrckeeper ..
Nn...C,.narm-e3 IIIIC.nc Officer or CoI-
stable in Districts collecting revenue


3.000



I,00


3,ooo
2,500


2,ooo j j -,.TS AND TELFORAiiI(?PHSDTE PARTMENT:


Colonial Postmaster and Officer in


ciL rki .- ; 1I'' i ne4 duties of Casi eric.,
Post (sl]liCe .


Junior Clerk ... .. .. ..

District Postal Clerk andi~ Tlephone~r~


SWireless Operator ..

PRISON DEPARKTMENrl T:

aus.:lri!?c- n:h-utl! of Prisons .. .
Second 1 l.e.- Clerk .. ..

PUBLIC \iri- RKS DEPARTM'h ENT:

D:iret.lc,r .1I Pur~ic Weorks

Assistant Tn incei~:r. ..
First Class I_;l 1- Senior Clerk ..
Second ci.l; Clerk ..
Road F'oreman .. ..
Foreman C. ir!penter .

-rbir=.1 Cl n- Clerk . .
Mechanic, Machine shop .. ..


I,500




I 5....

I,500




I,5oo



I,5000

I,000
500


3,ooo
1,500


I,ooo






3,000


2,ooo
I,ooo


3,aooo
3 -'->..o

2,ooo
I,oco
I,500
1.3000

1,000

1,500


1,500
I,500
I,000
500

500
Soo



3,ooo

I,500
I,ooo
I,ooo
500
I,500




I,500

I,000
3,o~oo
5'a'-


Senill. r Clerk .
Government Printer .
Junior Clerk and Stoul-keeper




.1- Ir et Class C-lcrk .

Conductor ..
Foreman I-iul a~tcr ..
Motorman .

SI rRi'EY' DE;PA R'TMENT':

Director of Suriveys .
Sur-veyor .
First Cla-*~ C'lerk ; .
Scc<.- adl Cla- Clerk .
TInspetor~r Iof Crown Lands ..
Ilranebtanllau and Computer

TREA;SURY 1 rEPAR-~ThlENT:

Filanciai~l Secretary .. .
Trea ury Superinitendent..
'ChliEl' Collec~tor.I Income Tax
Hi--her Gradr~e C'lerk .,


.. So
.. ,500
..500


3,000
; goo


Soo


C;all- t r of Customs, Harbour 1\1.1--
-te;, Anve!Irintco.ie:*t of F~ile Bri-

50.-.I ~r Customs and I::;ii-s or tlce:
First ;,l-,- CuL-t .to- and Exc\:i-e
Officer .
Customs and Excise r.l! ti.:eir except
Officer at El C ty.i ..



D~istriic Commissioner -
Flr-t Class cllerkl, 5t.inai Creek.
Second U;.1--5 c~lcrk.. .. .
Third Class C ll r k, Corozal, while
Clerk: to District i`..num!li.' ilnner
SThirdl Cl..l Clerk . ..
Junior Clerk .. .
Messenger-C.'l*: i 1. Olr.auuc 11':!k .



Director of E.1n!:a-tion ..
Inspector of $..hl -I-- .
First cl<~.1 C. /I i..r .
Junior Clerk .. .
Schol~-l tIllace:, Belize .


DEPAiR TMEIT :

Eke Er 10..1l Superintendent . ..
Accountant .. .. .. ..
Cashier .. .. ..
Plant For~eman ..
Storeman .
Third I-.!>- Clerk, Te~!!leph..n~c Diauch
MehII-anic and St .re k=0i1*er, Te~legraph l
Branch .
Telephone Operator .

FORTAsTRY DEPARTMENT:

Cansorv1.H.I.r of Forests..
Assi;stant Conservator of Fo:ire-ts
First Class C~lerk .. .. ..
fzotest Ranger ..
or-t Guard mn .harge o~f tImrei-t-
lFore-t Guard (without Imp~rest) .
_Inspector of Crown Licences .



Magistrate .
Second C!~Sla lt .

Bailiff .. .. .. ..
Registrar General --
T1l iCl;; ilerk~..Registry.


1,ABOURll DIEPARTi~tEN

.Labour Offrice .
Cflenrk . ...- *


.I,500o
.. ,500
. I.51***


1,000



- 500.


I,000 I


SEnior~l Medical Officer

First Class Clerk
Dig-en----r and Stlekceeper~ .*


l,*.

3,000


I,5co


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZE-TTE









BRITISH HONDUILRAS GAZETTE


***Dec. 29, ~....-CELSO RODRIt .IE --
Cayo District, situate in thek 1si!.i- of Soc-
coths .. .. Lots Nos. 136 &c 137
***nec. 3, IS939--JULIA LOIPEZ--Taledo
District, situate in the tow-n of I meit., Gorda;
being lot now held on lease by folr-ic~at
Lot N~. 3933


Surveyv Departmernt,


No. 21.


Belize, 6 Janzuary I I.~.gs.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

ABPPLIC.ATI':; S in con~nection rwith Crown
L~and a~e r title.! in the Govermnent G~azeitt for
the purPOse of: pivion any person an concrltunity-
of making any rerF=- -'i`rn= to +Hei nccice in,
1reltion to an\ such sDo~i?thn

C'uch! wr-li.-:at.-as will be inslerted in a't least
th~re .ermrste issues'~ or- the Gaury before ther
wlill b~e dealt eith by the hrow.-=-rt.-- v. po that anol
canuts must b~e prepared for this delay.


.. i -- Sa;inAntonio Road, 7. !Ith by tpe Punta
Thefale ig pphaton ae erey otfid.Gorda--San Ahntonio Road, East by lands
leased to P. Antonio and A. oner:,--~ South by
Crown land, West by land granted to D. 11 11-
Bi Order. ins .. .... .. 25 acres


"D:.';,;. 6, ITu.;..- TC INK~: E GUY'-Toledo
i 10to- ~t situate on the left ;--:~.:.;:!!-:H the Punta


Stann Creek District, situate in the town of
t.mnil Creek .. .. .. Lot No. 437


rG. S. BUSFB',


.41. inre Director of Surveys.


-----~----- **Nov. 15, I939--'; '1N;T IAGO LCOAn'-
Toledou District, situate on the right 1--.ic-u=1ine
DI s..in Branch, MrI-ukeys River, Nort;! I.- !-i :
TO LEASE. formerly leased to F-lumbeh~rl Rjr-lg:~.:n;. East
by road reserve and land. formerly of the South~i-
"***Oct. 27, 1939 -R OMAN 31ANIS~i.--Staur: lern Estate c'o: Ltd., cSouth: by the river, West
Creek District, situate in the town of 'tw~ia by land I.aw.:cit leased to Sabi.:.. Goday;
Cretek .,... .. Lot No. 22'), being block No. :'I? l-ewiT\ leased i~o .ill art
:Logan .. 5 acres
*5~.- 1, II, ;i o --TOMASA CA.C HO--Stannl
Creek District, situate in the T...s nr of -:tannl-- *D~ec. 14, 1939-FEREDE RiCKI CABRAL--
Creek; being .. .. Lot No. 247 Tobledo D~i-.!lct. situate on the left .-ow .Enel~l
Punta Yeacos i~L:on. North by Crown land,
**Nov. Is, me~l.l-ARMEA. D -CABOPPT;ET, Eist byI! land ;clent!l rant-ld to; aplel~lc tt
Stann Creek jliitrict, situa~tje in the town at Soutch by, Crown jlln.! it-est by- irown latnd
S~tann Creek Lot. No~. 642'"" 5' acres''"'
**Dec. 9, IJ....u---Fi'ELYN F'LOWERcS:- *Dc 4 '..--L'1DIADF
Staln Creekr Det~rict, situate in the town of adIOL tiEL-ai re ar
Stann Creek .. .Lot No. 209 trict, situate on the right ascenditig North :-r Iinn
*Dec. 11, TO~,a-I-JUAN SAL AZA.R--Cay; Creek new~i the 21 '3i01= Post on the Stann Creek
District, iituatci in the Town of Benque Viejo: 7011 :1 Rc~a1, North by Crown land, East by
Jbeing.. . . .. Lot No. 8 -LA Crown land and land occupied by W. Tasher,
SWest by Crowin land 40 acres


***Dec. 15~ 1939-JOHV~N MN n
Creek DI-~tri. t,: situate in the town of Stan i
Creek ., . .. Lot No. 767
***Dec. 15, 19 ys-ANGr'(ELA- CARDONA-
Stann! Creek District, situate in the town of
Stann! Creek, 4Rout~h side .. Let No. 360
**Dec. 15~ 1939-PIiRANCIc-CO LAMBYrs-
Toledo Dliitnct, situate in the town of Punta
G~ordia Lot No. 496
"*D c. 21, !aye---HENRY DAWPIO:N-BEeize
DiStrict, situate on the right asceindling Belize
Rvro ut i Ty'Pren 11orth by t11 rve an/
river, So uth by the over, \\'es~t by th~e river and
Crow n land .. .. .. .. 20O acres
**Dec.. 22, r-~:!~-M hI LDREDl ANDERSON -
BeaTi rDi trict, situate at MastkaU o-i la~e,

**Dec. 23, 19yI.I-HARO~LDI YOUNGllr;-Brielz
~District, situate in the \illagi of Ma~skallNoc.rtl-
ern River ., .. Lot No. 28
*"Da,,. 27, 1939-GONi~ZALES CA~IMliRO3-
Toledo D~istirit, situate in thle Vllage~ of Bar-
ranco; beingt lot formerly held on lease by I-gns-
eio Nicheill5 .. Loj No. 138


*Dec. Is, 1939- JONAT~'1HANI WATL.ER-
1: River and to thel ilouth; of Thur.1t..nl's EUnk;h
Ns.!thl by Thas~tto's Bankl anld PdeI~~eks N.:-s. 28
and 29, East by owin n land, Ec:uthl by road
Reserve and Ebk.ckl; No. 64, h63 andri.l \\'e~t by
D:I.:-...k No. 62; being BIlock No. 63 formel~rly
leased to Percival Mlidd!le-tonll .. 0 acre-s

IDi-t sect, si~tuate on the neiLt a-iceln~n MJiddrle
ireek, T'emadr R -er!. No:rthi by land foune~lcrl
lease to al?' crn. Ea1- by irdc.(1 CIll:l ~L

land formerly b Id~: on lease by 10~icn

***Dec I. I y ~`--E'THE~l PACKER--Stant



No.32,: lineblwl:No.3J5.. 5 acres

BElize Dlistrict, situate on ~!th right ascending
Ilector Creek, Sibun River, Nor;th bi Crown
land, East by irown IIland,'S .uth by t~jt creek,
WEest by Crown land; being~- landl formerly leased
to iov-enia11\illis .. .. -24a. 3r.i24p.


TO PURCHASE.









BRITITSH HONDUKAS GAZETTE


8**Dec. 22, 11.,- WAI.111i. PLT.1:1..~-
Toledo District, -itilate on the :Ii L ii .,:l-_ui l;
Temash River, N~orth by land leased to Th1 ~!..nus
Fuentes, F. i-t by Crown land, South by Crown
land, West by Crown land; being a portion of
5o acres now held on lease by ,.i.t
30 acres


the Western Branch, L.-i:_ iKh; rl, North by
block No. .1 G. East .- the river, South by
block No. : ..W~est by road reserve and the
FTrlri.u r T:;!I-. L.-!u. block N~o. 337 formerly


by D.=rn 1.1--~ Alamilla, Eai-. by Crow~n land,
. .l.th! by Cr-own land, West by land leased f -1

S13a. 0r. 26p.

***Dec. ?R, in ...---i'R:1?NI'I ;c )ROi ' I t iZ
-Corozal i r-t rior situite ail. 1I-.- ..t=: Unile;
- .lub! of th~e villi: I- .urtie -j:! fN it i;isy land
leased by LuI..1. ~i.L .l n i in--. !.lt by landleased
by C uil: Cr: ill -..at 1.e: !;!n.11eased by Lorenzo
Castillo, West by the Rancho R:.-ul 6a. 3r. 35p.


leased to Francisco Yglesias .. 50 acres **Dec. 30, 17 FOEGO SS-
-!.v.l..:. liii.ri. t, situate approximately I miles
**0.. 2, 139--THF I ILT t."IX-south of the Village of --::rtcne p North by I.lind
Belize District, situate on the r:I...htf I-e~lir 1.. for by \'lil rlik un ck and Cergio S~innl.,
lk:!i-c ~ ~ ~ -''' Rive nearr .1;Pn t .~nE by the Rancho Road, 4. uth1- -I land leased
land, East by thle river, -ush by 4 acres of by Lorenzo (.asillo~:. WCest by land leased by
land Lgrant :-.1 to applicant and Crown land, -il~rh .. 19a. Or. 5p.
West !:.-- ICl .land 10 acres
***Dec. 29, 1939--PET ERR h'l.i:h.:- -:'= 1 : i ***D~ec. 30, I1~., - TiHO~l:\3.~- (. .1 R BUTT--
Dristric-t, situate on thP right 1- ecuI!lini Belize Belize 10 -tri;t, situate at Rod,':-t.li no for.J~
FRils~r. near Double if .... C.;!Ibb .:,~ North by Cohune Ridge, Newthl 61\- rdad reserve ..nl3 '1,-c
Crown larM (in? ridge), I. I-: by road reserve t iion 41, F'.I-r by Crown land, R..uti by Crown
and land !. r I .-! >E. Mob~!!il~ t.;: South by land land, W '--1 by :..: .~~i.. Nos. ~...- and 40; 1:.; ing~
granit.:-1 to Emmanuel Jones, i~ eI-t by Crown Section N-~ 44 .... .. 18 acres
lanid 'rii, ri!.T. ... .. 10 acres
***Dec. 30, 1939--.\1t f f- Ii E. CARD- **Jn -7,4. 0Ti IMMA- 1 .
Corozal District, -im-l~t-- approximately oneBeieiast,.utonheelzCool
mibsouh o th 1il o .t ..inur ::Nortch Road at ,1 miles, IA .:thi by Crown land and
by land leased by Carlos Cruz, i-.l- by land land granted to Estanislau Chan, East by the
leased by I < ? Mora, South by land leased by road, cg.ul b: by land granted to B&enito Lopez,
I i- .n s11. il . .1 e- by land leased r .- Lorenzo ~it c bjy Crown land 10 acres
Castillo .. .. .. 1a r


***DZec. -. .939--CARDL.iEN. CALNUL--Corozal
District, situe.. i-. .I~!r.:.!- ...1-I1- one mile south
of the Village .1! -- ui.e i:1., th by land ap-
plied for by I i!i en Ir. An .., East by land
apt-!.! 1 for lu\ i ty.;;->r M arJ.'.. and land leased
by 1-.7 i,! [...:1 ...1~ S.-ut hl 11 La.:;.. leased by
Tiburcio Diaz, il.:-, b y) the Camino de la Mesa
Tunich .. .. .. 9a. Ir. 79p.
***Dec. 30,~1 To :' --'" I'E.w >: )CRUIZ--Cor~ozal
]District, situate .1;..p~r .~:inu!i:rtl-i lalf a mile
south of the \Yallarce .. '.1t:CngJ i Nortl~h b.
land leased by Bernaldo R,.-.l e i;..:i-7 East by
land leased by '^,ino~: Po-,<,! South by land
leased by Leanardo Camsino, West by the
Rancho Road ,.. 101 acres
***Is.. 30, 1;--lLIM LOCK-
C arozal District, situate approximately one mile ]
so uthl of the la:.i~ .L of 4 utenejr:;., North by land
r14a-ed 1'4' le-~.:1.J.c. R...liriuez E st by th--
:lil2nchi l--.I R.-uthl b -' land applied for by
F!l,rrEi.l Sosa West by land .Iappi~lie for by
Floe.1:i Soa nd ergo M...z a. 2r. 1p.
***D~c. 30, ISI.I--31\AG -rUEN'._, MUNOZ -
C~.lr.-..cal Disitrict, situate approximately three
. ul:.re :I .'if a mile - .uth!!of the ;rall 13: of Sartene
ja, Nea-r a by land leased. by Crispino Perez., East
b?-Ilan.11-~ased by ~IthjiaCastillo, ;: 1.ubiby land
applic.~:1 for by Carmenr Canal, West by the


**D te ?il c. lt l : I 1930-PATR ID 30 R -.rt-20!ail

by Abraham Jacob, East by land ;-i-plrc flr b
Honorio Castll, and Crown land, '...uth ~by
Crown land, Wrest by land leased by Abralham
Twc.el.. ....... ..1 JOcres
***Dec. 30, '.l;y,-C-RISPi NG: MORA--Co-ruz~af
District, situate ;lappl~rixhuatly if miles south


J**,n*. 3, ''':,4.I-NINA~ A. .4'.IAIN-Belize
District, situate at Rockstone Pond '-~l...hune
Ridge, North by land formerly granted to G.
Baily, East by land granted to D. E. Diamond,
South by road to i...:k-r. t-- Pond, West iby
land granted to W. H--. \.ern..-n, being land form-
erly granted to A!!l.ertha Al .', .1 .. 210 acres



FREE GRANT*

Dec. : 51 9F''', IU L E
Stann ircclk District, situate in the Ag~riclturalll
Setthl~lul~nt at 2014 miles on the Stann Cr~ee
'~il** c., X- r~th by the r~ailwayl!, Han-t by block
No. -'.:I, S..uth! by Crown land, W~ies~t by block
N-:.. 27; I.,linei block NoI-. 28 7a. 2r. 18p.
Dec- 30, '1:.10-- ELTJT.1H A. W\TEI.H----Pell::
IDistriit, situate in the hioiilun ai~te Area, 3;...rth
by land -pan~ted~ to John Williams, East by
Crown land, South by c'row~n landc. 11.~-t by
Crownand .. .. ... 20 acres

Jan- 4, r940--AL\LIN\ e ILL1 r TT- Bcllz Dis-
trict, situate in the ilChichaqto! 1 Area.~. Nor thl by\
land cr ude=1i to Mr<... A'l. TT ix. East by rliadr
reserve and lin-1 ;Ivi-lic-..l fu~r by E. A. Wielsh,
South by Crown land- \fe-~r by Crown land
19-3. 2r. 7p.



LOCATIONrd TICKET

CANCELLED.

>I. P. S.G.- oa3I-M!.-\ 1BE TI 'TIRA.\.,--Behzer
D~istne c. situ ite on the sea coast sou!.th of lhuln
I Bar. 5 acres. For nonl-payment of tht- i..urrh
linstalmefnt.










BRITISH HONDURAS. GA 'ETTE 1


_ ~


District Commissioner's "!l ~i' ,
-!G..:: Creek, a December I!1.09

LICENSING MEETING.

To the ?'.Yor-hq.;.1'lr tl..- Justices of the I'er.:e
acting in and for thl- St an~ Creek Di-tilict of
BlItill Honduras as Licensing '!.I~l tones and
to ail:,ll othr whom it may concern.
T.\5;il NOTICIE that .! Quubt~cl7.. Licensing
Meeting for the Stann 'Greek lea;net r;ill be I
held in the Di-tric~-t i-l:mnii r-;:... i's Coulrt !io..m ri
at Srt-,n,, t.,rac at 12 o'clock noon, on Mi .n-1I t
the .Sth January, I II... to take into considera-
tion av i-'ll*. it i- n- f -r Licences under and by
virtue of Chapte~!lrli. _,: .I ?!1.< Consolidated LIaws,


- -- I


L -


District Commzissioner's t' ^7.:,
_r; Cayo, 5 Decemzber I939-

LIC.ENSING MlFETING. .

To the W.. -hipf~tul the~ >-tu.<--~t of the Peace


No. 22.


M!.P. 5-;~


D.;:,'rct Commissioner's artic,,
El C,: ,=i. 6 Ji:!.;r:.'ur I94o.
PUBLIC POUN'PD AT EI. CAYO0.


''in ini and for the Eli Cayo I strict of :!i!-:i- Thej ca .i~ 'T.:.i ii Board under the prm-~-io:ns
H. n.~.inr~- as I i.:.:n in; Ma-l.-i -r..t.-s and to ;illd of ;ectii...n 3 and 4 t Chapter! 140 of the-r C..n-
others whom it may concern, solidated Liaws, 1924, from thle 'L'.?hI i, ~ T. ~ tile!er,:lby ,Il'f*-iniist hat p Irti~...m. i Land fnened in
l'AKE11*.I~e tes ;!. Annual l ..cn-i- ;lle. ir nte oikmou.,Cr
Metc~iin fr-r thel El Cayo District ~. .II be~ nobil at as, aPul..l P'ound .in.H hs [-e nio~l '~~lr~ ;ake Oficer
tlhe L ; k tl Commissioner s \'l.0~: It:-.. nl at i, ...-,as ig r.,-i ps.r.It hei said pound.
El C .I?. on 310mln:1,;: r!he xth January, 1940, at
twelve o'clock mid-day to takte into considera- Dated~ at Ca;,-l. this :9th day of Der\clrb-tr,
tion applications for licences under and by 1- ~,* .
virtue of' Ch: I c_ 126 .t the Consolidated Laws, By Order
1924-


T. J. HUl;I ON
Chairman, Cayo Towen r80..0 J


District r~..o...?;;!,,: s:;, r
1_1 Cavec.


No.T~~ 23


Forest Office,


FOREST APPLICATIONS.
The~ fb~:lowing al-p~icrat~icius for forest icences
are publi-hed ase req-uired b\ Rule r3 of the
Forest Roles, 1927, in order to give any person
an rorpportunity of marking rep~resentation with
rFgard to any such appeahction. N~o suchl re-
p'rcetntat~i: on will be considered unless it is lodged
. t the Fourest Office (addressed to the Coznserva-
tor of Forests, and nLot to anty I;we., st after bty
name) within fourteen days of the date ofl pub.
licaltioti of the Gal.-tte in whiih the ad'.ert;;e-
anent nf the apl heation first appe~ars.

BL Order,

N~EIL S. S;TEllNSON,
Conservator of Forests.


I*11)~


Edl. ]L. YSAGUIiIRRE,
i.1 i;.- District Commzissionzer,


L~ands. Latex of Sapei~.tatealc M~~-riaeam.
-naceae & E Iph..lil-lcr ie


C row~\n
AI1- y


District Commissioner's r~iffi,
X.3r!!!an4, District
(Corozal) II December l ogy.

LICENSING 11EF.TING.


1.000) gallons linl.


Scher,~. I.! December rao30r.


Toj th,-- Wo~ribipfl- l thel Justices of the Pc~.:lce
acting in and fof'the Northern DuL i I.t (C..ra-zahl~ LIC:ENSING RIEETING.
as Licensh!ial Maill, isinb- and to a1I ltl oth To) the Worshipful the JTu-tiice-- of the Peac
whom it may concern. nctinga in and fo~r the Del!.,i District of Britisib
TAKE~: NI:TRE.F thatr the Quarterly LCicen- Honduras as ~ice-!!in:l M.aisitraites and' to, al-
sing M~eetr: 1 by tr t he No-r the~ri nDistrict (Coro- others: b-c. 1.I it may concern.
za!) w \I ir be hcl in the District Co0mmissioner's 'LIKE~ ::r>TICE th it tbe rQuarterl!- Licecnsing
Court Room at Corozal at twelve o'clock noon Jleetingz i:t~ .3hy-Jtlelu illB~iL be heldl in
on bIlanel I?t~- the ~in .la. Ie? Ja nary, 1940, to the MI.igistfiatt's coul~lt Roo ; lig~t-ie e on Mon-
take into e...sdeatci Ir-i-b---ain; for 11ul the 8thl day-~ It Janluair\. 104 ~t I-1 o'clock
Licences under and by virtue~~t 1 hi;pler 6 in the "ttern...-r. t take into consideration
of the IConsubd sllted' Laws, 1924- p p~leasoiln- fol-r hein:IIl- ,Inder and byT~ virtue of


Chapter 12 of the Lonroldated Laws, 1924
By Order.
W. H. COURTENAY,
Actine Magishate,
Belize.


Ey- Order.


Dut~racl Comamissioner,









16 BRITISH HONDUjLRAS GAZETTE`


LIGHTING HOURS
In accoirua~ni c w th No. 10~ RPr.-L.ain-Cllapter Id of the Con-

Town Board of Boe~Ie under the pro-
visions of the Belize Town BoarJ
Ordlinance No. 12 of the REv!..1Jrons;
made :-.1 the Governor in Counclil
under the :uth:oril) of ze:uen 83 of
the Motor Vehicles O~rd;nan.:e--
C; ,:i'er 62 of the Caonolum.ll-. Laws,
192-1 ---Ga:`!.rre 10th April. 1924, hphi~s
must be carried on ai Flrl shie Jljlin:;
the under-mentioned hours .in the
month of

JANri4$RY, ]**-lo:I

6.20 P. M. to 5.45 A. M.
P. E. ? IAITTH-E11'.S. Supt~ af ?0 !;, a
H. HT. C-P. MGl~. Twe~n Cle-.O.
I -


Dist: i,! Consmissioner's ( (7'ce,
3'.:.lrth r DistriCt
(Oranzge Walk)j, 5 Decemtber I'; F,.1.

LICENSING MlEETING.

;io hth \\'orshipful the Justices of the Peace
actinlg in anld forT thei Norrltheri IIiatric~t (Orange
W'3Lk) as Lice~nsing Magistrates and to all others
whomn it may Edcilern,

TAKiE' NOTICE that ther Qua~rterl- Licensing
M~ee tin:: for: the NrTt hern D ist r it (O.:range- WTalk Ib
wfill be; he~ld in the District Commissioner s
Courlt Ruoom at O:rauge- \\'alk at I:,o a crlockb in
the arterrnoon onI 1,4 thdy fJn-
ary,7940,~~~~ totae hen.E't~ioiyalcaiorns
for L~icalice.i use.F andl 51-,! irtui- of! Chapter
126 of 'th'd. Coki~lidatecd I.ai\ 1.4 I'l' *

By Order.

E. A. GRA~NT,
D~iarili Commissioner,


g -:.'.. z9 Decemzber T939.

] .\ND F~OR SALE.
In accordance with Section ,!I (I) of 7h prrT
24 of the- C'onair-adl~tL1 Laws, 1924, the~ i:,rnd
public auction Friday Ith 26th January, 1940,
at 2 p.m. at rl~ Ct. "All that lot piece or parcel of land situate on
the Belize R~iver !- ein a portion of the estate
known as Lucy Patnett's and bounded as fr~-~l
lows:--on the North by FEebre River, on the
East by a line run due south from a point on t he
Belize iRi.F -cr .pr..i. itul:\l!~j =1 _'--= ft. above the
mouth of Black; irz-k tl. MIu.cle Creek, on ther
"..~~tltl by IMuscle and on theli West by a line run
due south to Miu..h- Creek from a point on the
left bank :- en-linc.! Belize River a1l-''pr~~...dinately
ha~lt a mile upstream from the :..t oth-4 point,
the nlre In sk own ri-in,, an area of 500 acres".
Plan may be seen at the Office of theL r'irctori I
of Sur.1, at any time during business hours.


Acting .li,, 1. .a:, Belize.


ERITI'H He'NDTr'RAS9, 19~...
In the SpeeCm-Po.aeFa

GeErlT1 Regi-try~,
Be!;ze, ."3 LI;cecrmisr 1,3.
In the Goods of MACA1;L E Y TAYLOR, late.
of Belize, M~arried Woman, deceased.
Appli.:.ation for Letters of A:laninitr~ition in
the above Estl:ue has been made by Thomas
J.:m~es Tay~lor of No~rthern! River, Planter.
The ne~xt of kin in particular, and oil persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before n.lt~nci:ay the lgth day of January, ~rlo.
why such letters should not be granted to the
said Thom~nas James Taylor.
A. O. LO.N17Sil'OATH,,
RIgi-ir.r General.


Corn.I! 1111idated Lawts, 1924, Clih..p. 178


A.--Summlonss to a Defesndelrn upon an
Information or Compks1:int.

BRIT~I-- .HOND~i.R.1 TO \'I'i:
Toledo~~ District



of P'unta Gorda.

WHE3REAS cul.pl:'ii :inlt Lu this iiay? been
li dbeft iorethe u ndrirknes t~i, one of H;;1Tri-Majest'..
Jus~itic- of thei Peace in and for the ;ilil cllel..r;\
of ?British H- a~lur.0,~; for that you ju~-to: Canto
being th-; owner or owners of certain land to
wit: 30 acres situate at San Antonio to Monkey

did neglect and do -:il : neck. ~t. to pay arrears of
taxes on such land other tili ]3n la in a town in
the Toledo District amounting to 5~.g.9 cents
for the years tol,'.'.i-, & '10.,.'4..1 within the
meaning of the Land and.Property Tax O~rdi-
nance---Chapter 24 of the. C .u-s~hdhur-.1:~~ Laws,

j'these are lcrtherefor to command you in H~is
Ma~je-t."'s name to be anad affear on Friday the
carli i.L:; of Pebynary, II. ..(. at ten o'clock in the
fo~renoon at rhe Po~:lice Court at I'l.uit~a Gorda
before ;!ch J tu ti-a s; of the Peace f or the said
C'nloul. as may then be there to answer to the-
said complaint and to be further cle..eir !:jth
acco'rd!in to law.

Given under myl\ hand and -:.Il this 6th day
of Not~ en:ibe~ir in the year of our Lord one thou-
sand nine hundred and thirty-nine at Punta


?:.. 24.


Ir,!~i .'t. s Office,


E. O. B. BA8RROW,
District Commissioner,


:3'.athe~rn~ District.


,












BRITISH HONjDURA4S GAiZETTE I7


1:11. 25.


i3,,7::.. I Janyuary 10.0.~

DjEENCE: REGULA.-TIO NS, 19329.

MAX~IMUM~hl WHOLE~SALE AND RETAIL PRICES.

The Maximum Wh l-~lc A-ll and Ret zil price; l-u.;.IlihEld inl Gazette N~. .ticer No 61.~ o~f Irith! Octo-
ber, 1939, and all amendments thte rle are h e-rcL!- from Monlday Ist January, I~.,4o.


.1li'TI.' IE


11 Hi.M.E S.i LE


PE7TAIL


FD:=I. R (othr than i .:kl~c's whole wheat,

P'uritl. and Hi~iilb0.1 E,-aut1 i
Two or more pounds *


5.' 70 per sack


Ss.


40e 4e per lb.
31 4 ,


RICL


BE:-\N R. K.


4(c per lb.


L~ARD 'u t including C1J;he r lan, Crisco,
'i-r, 'TI;-x, and Rexo) ;


12 ,,


MARGARINE~TI` (loose)


BEEF, .-.ALT


DEC-',CORNED (other than I.ibby)





BL.E CR/*l's, TEI'1TTY & P.USCK ;
CITHE~R BRA~NDS


MILK: EAOAE ohrta it)


?,--45 per case




$;5 35 per case


6e .Sc ,,


.'.C oir



140 lye ,,


228 2212 ,,


:7e 18e ',,


18e rge rper tin


lae 130
neS I2e ,,
loe IN .,


5c 6e per tin
100e ne ,


6 ounce

14 ,


N.B.--The prices in Column "A" apply to BE:liz,~ to all points on the BelieLt River b~elown, and
including B~ur rcll Boom; and to all points up to Mjle 'Twent!- on the Belize-Clayo IRoad
and Mlilt Twent!-fis-e on the Etcitzo--Orange Walk Roa~d. The prices- in Col~lumn ;'B"
apply to the rest of the Belize District and to Beave\r Da~m In the C3!. D'iStrict. Tea
is now removed from the h tr of Maximum Wholesale c6- Re~tal pr-ices. Stc~k; inl hrand
must till! be declared in the, ha~lf -linnthl returns.

MEAT~X, 1-RESH, blasinlunu W'holem1. l prices to be paid for cattle bought onl the boorc.f-
1:oI per lbj. of dressed m!eat as weighed at the~ S1Gughiter Houlse

hI1.151[1Th 1 retail price for beef at the Beis~e N~fket ;`


For
eq
quarter
HW1 luarters


1-2< per lb.


By O~rde~r.









18 B~RITISH HONDUIRAS GAZETTE


NoJ,. .4.

Thze Treasuery,
F;,-.';': -3 Januar(ky 1940.


NOTICE.

INCOMlE TA.~S


I'ERNOS~ liable to pay Income Tox~ are
reminded that they are required to file returns
of their incomes in rc--.-pect of thle year ending
3I-st December, 1939, on or before the 3rst
March, 1940.
2. Returns by tnmy~l::::r-, of salaries, Ac.,
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Eranch~~
!'lre 1url) not later thiin thle 3Ist hIlarchl, I.,40.
3. In I]the case of any person car!lr; i-n m
business, a certified copy of ther Trantt 3: 1,*+i
Account and Balance <' ealt should accompany
Sthe return.
4. All returns, &0~., chemi.1l~ be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
~Trreaurr 1, Belize, or to th-- District Commis-
sion~er in an olut-~..h-triii. frorn whom the neces-
sary forms can he obtained on applientii.--n..
5. Failure to fil- Returns writhinu the time
prsc~ribed~ by law will render taxpayers liablel
to prosecution i.ith..u~~r further nar ning.





I l~IIconn Tax Commissioner.,


No:. 27-

Conso~lidatdc l Laws, 1924.

Summary! Juri diction.l ilhapter 178.

A.--Summons to a Defendant upon an
Informationn or Comiplaint.


.BRITIISHI HONDUTrlR.LN, TO WEIT:

To Ownetr ,:r:G ners'Fi~ i~

ILot No, 227si ited on Prinlce street, l.aundg1
on the North! by~ proper'ct\ o:f Mlar\- Jne
Hydelt South: by~ Prltnce StrecIt, East by
p~ropert!. of Wm~~r. Grant, \\'<--t by property
of hAla. John 'taineli of Aclie.

\\'HERTI-:S complaint. hlah this day1~ been


N..~. 26.

G~.rn- .h~dattld Iaws, 1924-

.iuman!l. y Jurisdiction. iis..J~tcr 178.

A.--Surnmons to a D. fen!dentr upon an





To OI;-n nr or Owvners

Lot N~o. 227 situated on Prince Street, bounded
on th!.. Nolrth by property of Mary Jane
H::Jrl. Souithl by Prince Street, Ekast by
proj ech. of lfl Grt. ileet I-: property
..1:Gr-;. John 't..ine~ of Belize.

\'HEREAF.F.~ Complaint hath this day been
made to the undersigned one i H-i- Alaje-:-t's


0.1nelir being the owner within :ble meaning
ofI Chlapterr !34 of 'Tliri~l~im C v.1.itte.:1 Laws,



Twenty .i-i0luc which Ithec -;i.1 T--; I Clerk now
seeks to recover, under Section 30 of the said

These are therefore to command you in HiI
Mlajtel-t'-- name to be and Pleat~1 on the 26th
dei- .~ J.T..nua~ry, 1940, at nine-thirty i'd.ck!-~l in
tthe f..,rcul.:-u at the 1^.hee~i C~-aurt at Derlu. ;
before such Ju:ti~c- of the- Peact for 11l.- said
C'olonyu? as may then be there to answer to the
said complaint and to be fulrthecr dealt with
accormueill to law.
Given under my hand~ and seal thiis 22nd dal~:.-
of D december in the year of our Lord one th.~:.u-
sand nine hund!~redi and thlirt!--niin at Belize in
the Colony aforesaid.


made to the;: un kof ne.T~t~ one of Hi- Mai~i cr.-'s
Justices of the~ Peace in and I r ti._ said Colony
of EI i.i-l Honduras, i !-- tha you l~c~iia t~ m-I, -in-
er ; i t i niT the meaning of the~ FI!:/, e--:. r- i ;.-!de
Ordinance, of Chi~q~Tar 199 of th.~. ~;---~i!c. a
Laws, Tr,:4l, of land in the town of I:.iibe did;~
neglect and does ;!!l! neglect to pay iThe Fire
Fate on such lands for the years I1--;. 4**~
amounting to r! F~ .I.. .11..- i.: F'orty cents,\ iil:M
r heI said T.i n Clerkr now seeks to recover,
undri~lr Section .7 I-i the Belize fue- Bei:.; le
(.r!s br ne,-- aforesaid and ;c.:l.;! 30 ..t1 .

of thei !- li 1-a -- .i. J Laws, I.e.*4.
The- are the~ r.i..rs: to command 1-...0inHi
11las...t:-'s name to be and appear on tl~e 26th
day of Janua~r.:-., 1940, at nine-thirty o'clock in
the forenoon at the '1!1.10. Court at i:-chac
before such JuI~-dier.- of th.- Peace fosr the said
L..!o:ul- as may then be there to answer to the
1.i .;~nl-..11in t nd to be furllthrcl dealt ;.ithl
Ic.T.r in; t I < .

Given under mly hand and seal, this 22nd
:I..1 of December in !1he year of our Lgrd one
th.~:.ul-and nine hundred and thisti-nine;;~ at
i'e'ste in Ithe Colony aforesaid,


L.S* S


Acting 37.r?0:I.:,'. Belize *


W. H. COi_1RTENAY,
1,'/ Ha i nat.:. Belize.


L. S.









BiRITiSHI HONUDURAS GAZETTE ` qI


131.1:.n e. Ldatel L w ,I0 ,C al-1 8 t u n r


A.-Summlon s to a ~Defendalnt upon as
`Information or C~omiplaint.

BIRIT1ISH HOl~NDUR.1r\. TO WIT:




of Monkeyc~\ River.

?\\HERE.\< c~-ll .ijrlit hafth this day! been
laid before thie unde~lr-i-qued. One of Hir Majes~t .'s
Justices of the Pe-u.e~ in and for the said Co,~,lon
of British H.~n-lu~rai-, for that you Chrkt..pherhe
Q. M~ilhlr be~ine the owner or owners ofl certain
land to wiit: zo acres situate at Sea. Coast,
South of M!-rlCnkey Ri?-er and w\ithin the juris-
lictionl of the Court dild nrglect and do still
neglect to payI) arrears of taxes on such laud
. .ther thaln land in a town in thle Toledo District
amolluntine to Ey.3: cents for th~e !.ear 'igy(.;--40
nwithinl the meaning o-f the- Land anl P~r.-petrtyr
Tax Ordinance:-Chlaptel 24 of the Co~nsoilidated
Laws, rqu4.


A.--Summlons to a Defendant upon an
Informntio~n or Complaint.


Consolidated Laws, i e-1~, Chapi ;_'x\ (Fuinin uy



A.----Summllons to a Defendantr upon an
Inflormat~ion or Complaint.

BRITi-ISH H=.;f:NY .ils TO \\iiT-



To prn.Avlz
f P'uit.< Gorda.

11`HERE:W-~ complaint ha~th this day beein
laid before the undersigned, nnei Ia HI-I Ml.iet!'s
Jttstices ofthe Peace in and for~ the said i0..1001
of B~riti-b Honduras, for that you Cipriano
Al\-II: l:' r-i i ther owner or owners of certain l i !.:1
to wit: 6 acres situate at Vieras iO!cck. lina.-h i
River, andi within the jac~ilictv~ n of the to~ul t
did neglct and do still ne.:ke t to pay arrears
of taxes on such land other than land in a town
in the Toledo District a .r! .ut !inl to $* -30 cents
for the year in2.:-40: within the' meaning of the
Land and P'r'-1crt:: Tax IOrdi~inanc- Chapter
24 of t he Consolidated Laws, I924

These are t he is is -n to command you in His
Majesty's name to be andaffearont Fr~i.1xy the
znd day of' Febritary, 1940, at ten o'i 100i k in t hre
forenoon at the P..1sco; Court at Punta G..r.12 l
before such Justices of the F'eae: t..r the said
Colony as may then be there to answer to the
said, complaint and to be further1 dealt with


Gr. :n under mylr hand and seal thhi 6th day\
of N... alberl in the year of our Lord one thon~
sand mine hundre.:1~i and th~irty-ninei at Punta
Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


such Land other than land in ad town in the
T.~.lled., Dbtrict anni~.lunting to (0: i0.0 cents for
the years r1135--3' and 1030, -40 w-ithin the
mean:!ing~ ll the L~and and f'r*-l~lllrt. Tax;L Ordll-
nance-Ch'~.:.tcr 24 l:f thet C ~l.ns~.ti.4Ite law\s.

'Theaec are there-larei~ to cnnunan~i ld you in Hlis
30.jestl:.'s name to be a-da.~~~~F 'v.- Friday~ the
nu ~-.1 da of February, 104.... a t tena o'. l-ok in thec
forenoon at thie P. hscre Court at P'unta GJrr.:ra
before such Justices of the Pace~~ for the~ said
Colony as may thenl be there to answer to the~
said complaint and to berfurther dealt with
.ice.-~rdm;j, to law.
Ili\-en under my hand and -seal thii; *Ith day
I.f No'. -clliier in the year of our L~ord one th..~u-
?.n1 nine hundred and~ thiir.\.ty-ine at Fu~ntj
Go0rda in the Co:ljlni.. aw~lr su.i


E. O. B. BARROW,
in..:r:, tommzssioner,
Toledo.


E. O. B. B.1RRKI*W~,
District Commissionzer,
Toledo.


T~he-eI are tlthereticrc to corrmnnuand you in Hi~
DRITISH HIe >NDURA-S TO i'IT: Ma~jest!y's name to be and .py.7~r. n riday~! the.
Toledo District -n.l1 day of February,\' Irol~' at ten oi'Clock in t
Toed isritforenoon at, th~e Polic~e Court at Punlt3 Gorlr
befo~:re such Justices of thet Pe.lc.:e for the saia'
To~~il Auut vlzClny as may then be t:-ler- to- answer to~ the
To .??pu-ta vilezsaid complaint and to be further deac;lt w\ith


~.~-I~Bi.. Gopan ~l ti a eq iven under my handi anld Si this 616 day
\\HEEAScompamtb.1t ths da benlo Novembe~r in ther year ofi our Lord one thoat
laid before the und~ersirgned:, one of His ~ajest! sand nine hundrledl and thirty-nine a~t Polnt.t
Justices of the Peace in and for the said Colony\ QGrda~ in thec Colonyr~ aforesaid.
of Briti h Ffnntduras. for that yoIu Augus~!ta.i
Avllez, being the owner or owners of certain laind
to wit: Ilnk acr~ej situate at .;an Anitonio andE.OB AR l,
within! the iurisdictio:n o~f the Court did neglet= District Commissioner,
and do till neglect to pay arrears of taxes on Toledor:.


~3~ji


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20 BRITISH- HONDURAS GAZETTE.


arrears O.f taxes On such land I:th-lr thaJn land in
a town in the Toledo rDi-tri:t anovat~~!i ne to
:: 08 for the years 1'.-:,"-1:1; to 1939-40 within
the nac:.nine~ ;i thei Land and Proj.:at!y Ti::

Laws, 1924.
These are th a. fo re toO command you in His
3L.ire t.!'s name to be and ,rf-/-.... on Tri.1a:I t;e'
end day of Fel..ruar y,19r4o,at ten o'clock in the
I--1.rli...ul at the P:...br- G-I:~rt at Punta Gorda
before such Tustke., of the Peace for thei said
Colony as s:r<.; tban be there to answer to the
said complaint and to be furt he r dealt ra it h
nee-- r hlng to law.
I.-i\-crn under my Ln1::! and seal thi; 6th day
of N:~. .:emb :-r in rlhe year of our Lord! one t hs u-
sand nine hundred and Ih~is t -ninle at .Punta
Go~rda in the IU.]le-nyS aforesaid.


Ll,'l :;3 Commissioner,







I'T:C'-scedure I.

A,--Summons to a Defendant upon an
Information or C'omplaint.



Toledo District

'l-o: Frank Haylock
of 31.ukes-: River.

W~HEREAS~ compnl:a;int ha~th! ti da been
laid ..fre~~lth el undelr.-i one.Lone of His ~ajie~ !'s
Justice.' o-f thel Peace in and for the said Colony
o~f Briteh~l Honduras, for that you Frank Hay-
lack being the owner or owners of certain land
to writ: 75 acres situate at Deep IRi'.er Pdulf
and within the juri-dicitiln of the Court did
neglect and do ;!Iil neglect to pay arrears of
taxes on such]iand o.thier thanl land in a town
in the Tlles!~n rri tict a~uli~unting to fa 24i for
the years ITo., --30r and 1939-40 0 ithiin the
men~cling of thec Lanud and Propel~rtl, Tax Ordi-
nancec- Chapta~ls 24 of -the Consolidated Laws,
I924.

These are therefore to command you in Has
Majesct!''s name to be and affear onFrirday the
2nd daI:-, of Febr-uar!.rIo40-.at ten o"clock in ther
forenoon at the- Porlice C'u!rt at Punta Gorda
before such ri~Justke of the Pe~ace for the said
Colony~~) as may then1 be there to answer to the
said complaint and to be further dealt alinh
according to law.

(11-enu under my hand and seal thil cGtb day
of; N~o:ember,- in the year o~f our L~ord one thol:u-
sand nine 'hund.redc~ and thirty-nine at Punta
il(10rda in the Colony aforesaYid.


I _ I _


C'onol~iidated~ Laws, 1924, Chap. I;.5


(SLIDinary


A.--Su~rnunon to a Defendant upon an
Information or Comp.lint.

.BRITi AH Hil NDU~R.!c- TO WIT:



ilo Frances A. Pinlks .
of P un ,t Ner a.

\\HIEREI:18 complaint hath t'.ij day been
laid before the undersigned, one of His ajcsty's
Justices of the- Peace in and for the .3i.1 Colony
of Briti b HI~~,undura for that~ you Frances A.
Pinks~ be~ino the owner or owners of certain land
to wit: 2 acres situate at, rluti No rac~~ and
w~ithin the jurisdiction ofP the Court dad1: nI.-ket.
and do stlll neglect to pay arrears of taxes on
such land other than land in a town in the
Toledoi District, amounting to Su, a, cents for
the years I.)I;,--3 to roug-4u, 0 ithin the mean-
ini; of the Lahnd and Propl.e~rtS' Tax Ordinance--
Caapter 24 of the ouli.~:1;.:laed. Laws, 1924.

These are the-rtefor; to command you in His
MIajesty\'s name to be and off..oj~~ on Friday the
znd day of February,i.14~ i. at ten o'clock in the~
forenoon at the Police C':.tult at Punta 171rds
before such Justices of the .Peace for the said
Colo-ny as uni-r then be there to answer to the
Said comph'iut and to be fa!their dear~lt with
aCcordingl to: law5.

Given under my hand and seal this 6th day
of No\embcr inr thec year of our Lord one tholu-
sanUd nine hundred and1: thirt~.--nine at Punta
G~orda in the Co~lom-U; afo~lSdid l


E. O. B. BarrioO\,
District Comnmissioner,


coausalidated ~Laws, 1924, ChaplI. 178 !'5ummlar
Procedure),


Ad.-Summons to a iDefendant upon an
Information or Compla~int.


BRITISH NONT)URASF.-~ TO~ W\IT:



To Estate of Grant G. Ma~rilden

Sof .Punt ofak.'.P~ :3 B

H M~E ~ com!la~int ha~th th~is day ~been
laidl before 11e undel~rnenedll~. one- of~ Hi MIai~tv's
Justices of the Pea.ce. in and~ for thle said~ Colony
of British Hoandur3s, for that 100i Es~tate of
Grant G, IMarsden being thle owner or onc~iers of
certaida land to wit: 58) acres situate at M~on-
kecy River: and w~ith!in the juris~ic~tion of the
Court did neglect and do tIrll neglect to pay) 1


E. O. B. BRROTCW,
District Commission~er,
Toledo.


Printed by the Go~vernment Pr-inter.


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GOVERNMENT






BRITISH HONDURAS.

PUJBLISH-ED BY' AUTHORITY.


No, 3 BELITZE, 13 JANUARY 19-10 Page 21


RETIRE. hEMNT.

IzOSADO,~:i E Keeiper. Inflammable liquids
Wast!irlr-ehoe iustolms and Heabou.i.r Derl--Jrt
mnent, retired, on pension, writh effect fromn
Ist January, II wo~.



MI.P. oz7J-7.

Col.,nial Secretarvl'.F Gific,

Belil, 2 January 1940..
TENDERS FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF
PAUPERS FOR BURIA~L..

TlendEr.S are: inivitedl for conveyr\ing the de4
bn.llriesj atl all adlult paruPers dy-ing wjithin ;ti~
town ofr Behzet to' Lord aKidl Cemuete-ry f
Ist Fepbrua.i ~~ ~~~a~tD ri40.5:'

Tetuders Ih:-ul; be enclosed in pvelopes
mged "Tenders- !Ir P'auper Buri and be
devered- .It thc Collonii~l d Scrctarrv's Office not
I eer than~ twelve noon on Monday ther 22nd
JsDUnrl. 104*

Tender should not include the auplpl oft a
cof inu but should clearly state thle nature of the
conveyance to be empyI;!ed~ (lhers-, truck or


MI P. ozo48,


B liix, 13 J?=U'h:l? '? 40.

The following particularly rtela'ting to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are putbil lhed
for general information.

By~ Comtrns-nd.

WOLI-TboHN. ~
Acting Colontial SecretarPy.




No. 2g. Ji.P. 02719.

APPOINTMENT.

RHY.S.Jremiab..~to be a Custom~s B.-~.itman..
C~udtomsl and Halrbocur De~p~utment, on
probation wiith etffect from Ist J.anuars- ,I940.


No, 3o.

APPOINTMlENT CONFIRMlED.

LIND, W. F,, Junior Clerk., Posts and Tele-
graphs De)partm~ent, appointment confirmed
with effect frotu Ist, January, 1939-
--- P- 01810.


Nci. 32.


'RESUM~PTION) OF DUTY'.

ROFERiTs, Miss L. M1., M.B d.. 8.9 St.J,
31:1t...n. Public Ho-ph:1il. Febzle, resumed
duty w\ith El'(ect Ir..inl;thl Jan~uary, 1940.


No. 33.


JI-P, '"".6-.


M!.P. 02253-


No. :r.


RELINQUISHMENT.

PATERSO)N ,Miss Mlary~ ,Nurring Sister ,Medi-
casl Departmient, reli'nquished the office of
Acting M~atron, Belize Hospital, with effect
from;th January, r940.









BRITISH .HONDU~RASS GALZETTE


hand-drawn carriage, etc.) and should include
the ap p~il y of two men to remove the c..t an1! to
and fr.om~ the pule~~l mortuary or house and
drlpoc-it thet- corpse in ther ;:I..I1-.C
The Government do~: not bind themselves to
accept the lowest or any tender.


..?' fi:rthe an.:1 D-:.-Iths at Gales Point, Manat~ee,
EcIli z District, vice Mr. Harry P. Dias who
has :;lrestene


No. 37.


Al.P. 005-


*~- 34.


21 P. oz652.


Belize, Io Janukary 1040::.

DEFENCE FORCE.

Apointment.t.

His Excellenev th--~ I* *Fl i:cl rA 1inuiui.::ine- the
Government and C-nll.inmander:I-in-Ciefi~ has


l:thence- Force, with iof e~t Tirn im th 8th Jan-
nary, 1940.




5'-'~ 31- nI. 1 615 -


Pgi: -. Io Jlrl.r:uary 1940.

DEFENC7E F ORC:E.
Prom~otions.

HI- Excelleum-~' the~ Officer A-lmuistrerine thel
<..vrnetand liumn.1i-Cif a
made the fa:lllen ~i ng, p.'r~- nl..ti..u< in the PDritishl
H.....1..1r a-4 1Defence I:-;.r. \- Ithl effect from the
8thJanuary, I- 0
See.-l1~ udl~ieutenan~t T, eain
to be a Lieutenant, and


to be a L~ieutenant.


Roll.:.,: 5 Janucary *I sq..=.

.1~SMSTANIT C:ENSOrRr


Government has .i:-;.-illt.-:1 Mr. C. D. ri.arel
Actin: ~P Fi CL l iP-ts and TiEkoraph '~!
Llkjputu2,*u.t to act as Assistant Censor vice




IDtlize, 6 January I':I-I...

NOTICE TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

The- attention of Hi-- E~:-;cel-len*_1 the lr';iicer
Ab-!li~iltci-tein the Government has been dI-!
rected to the 1iict that: in many instances the
provisions ofi the Frne ~l-il 6.. i,- t:il-- Ordinance- -
Chl.ll'tir 141 of r!1x C. n :abu~\ted~ Laws, I924 -
are not being comp~:;l'llc with b -' suchl Socities.

In future, where Ilh._ provisions;.f the '_r.1-
nance are not, strictly c..a!lphed~ w-ith! in tl~ i pe-
:cri~lre- lirme, the power given in the Iai !i whos...e
t o: c~~,nup:-i c'~l emovbutee :\;11 be enforced without
furlthe~r communication to th..: l1eunquenit



may be obtained at the Governmlent Printing
Office I- .r twenty-five cents each.


No. 35.


M.P. ..


'0 ,.


* M1.P. 027zo.


R..7.:;.n 9 J,.!r;-a ry 140.

CENTRAL BOArRD OF HEALTH,

A~ppointm~ent.

11`ir: reference to N-tie,; No 6 l-is,1
in the r;a: .'t.- of the th! January, r1........ HII
Exe.-ll -n::-.- the Im!!',icer Administering the Gov-
eminen~t h~as appointed 31h. K. C. Gardner,
Seasullr tw.lit u; Inspector, Medical Depart
mlen+. to be Clerk to the Central !: ar- of
.1-L Lith until~:arthecr notice.


BIL.L. TO BE: PRESENTED TO THE
LECISLAT'IIVE COUNCIL.

The under-mentioned TBill, thi.: futlltexrt of
which was put-llli-hed: :s ithi the Gazette as shown
in parentheses, will be presented at a fo~rth-
c:.!l.mi~lni mt~in. of the Le-ii.tdi\-e 'ouncill and
n..tif iicathan is hereby given in gcc-ordance ki-ith
the ktlinane~ Rule-, and Orders:--

A BIll entitledl an c_,rlinanioce to amend the
3u!ntne~r\ Co;n\'iiic~n c afecesc Ordinalnce~--
Chapter r-So of the C..ii.e.li iate-d Laws, 1924.


By Command.


A. W'OLFFSOHN,

Acting Co!onial Secretary.


NO-s 3i.


..-. .. .);+..N .P. 0039 (

- B ,: i0 J.1mirc7~19 '40.


DEPUiTY' REGISTRARK OF ~BIRTHS
AND DiEATHS

His Ex~icelcne;; the ofticer-l Adm~in~ii-ttring~ thie

of NIr. OwenL O, Moon-~i l 33 I'eput: Red;-trar










B~Rl-ISH HONDUiRAS GAL.ETTE 2


No. 40.

Educantionz <00, ii ,

~r:. 5 ;7 I I(.s' I940.

UNIV~ERSITYS OF L.ONDON.
hlIATRICULA-TION ES \MINATION,



It is herebyv n .cifi..1 for the information of
initent'ine candidates and teachers inteerested
:h!Jt entries for the ML:-tr;I I.:ok.. ~il Examination
of the uti er mi-3 of L~ondion to be held in June
next must reach th~e E 1!I.: ril:nl (:Fi.:1 not later
tha~n Wednesday, the 24th January, '940.


By Order.


B. E. i.ARMAN?


't .liin. from a concrete10 rii at a point
wy.... :ie Old Cattle !. ath meets Conejo Creek
on the west ibank1 and runlibi .. along ri r Old~.
-nlt!.. !'..t!- in a northerly direction for a dii--
tanlce of il'lr. ..:i-!?1 41~ q 4 chaiits, thence due

to the eastern branch .1! I:: :.j y= Cl:-k then rce
down C..ne)..~ Creek to a point where the said
branch meets !Ihe Old Cattle Path, thenc~e
along the old Cattle Path in an easterly liire...-
tion for a distance of V~i.: :x!in atiet, !' chains,

i:30 chains, thence due West for a .11-t-ince of
2.:1***100. 1:.t-:: 30 chains, th :cF due North fo:r
a ~..6-1ul~~:~ic -1 I1.''c!.cia.at 1 25 chaine back to
the itai:rth point.

4. RICE it!.:sfi 1 E~:-S(' :DA.Y il;~l'nO


ct-lati:; from a concrete ipill..,r at the~ nith,~l
east corner If a parcel of land leased by W. N.
Bourne on Sun.'l~..!:. Wiood Creek and running
due r..:-rll across the -ii.1 creek foralla~
mately 30 chains, thencel~ due East foi ~..!i-
tance of an~lr r-.iun.!i ly; _to chains, the:!.... ue
south for a1 di; toass.~~ ?i a-1-':l**kin'tc=1: 29 chains

ior a distance --f li.-.re-xilusiacl:-- 2^ chains,
the:llc due west airre- th~ ~. rc-k ic i a d;-i-tance
of approximately 73 chains to the south east
corner of a parcel of Crown land th~enle due
North for a .h- :ncelii of 24 chains to the start-
ing point.


TLE.11.15H IlIERi. -

-Startin- from .a concrete pillar -on ithe Iright,
!ccnclin: th~e Tennach'l Roar. and rllunins- on a
'ea;.;ing- due N.:-.r~th until it reaches Boyo Creek
thence ~along the said 'IP.l:0 Creek to the river
thence due south~l ailipl:':.i rna~tely IQ chains
across the river then!ice due West unIr~l it again
reaches the river thencle along thec river back
to the starting pa'~ir .









?,~-.. 42,





SA~LE OF' CROH'N LAND.


na.>n,! ther ~iill be df ,r~ sale b publicc
, Hlcioni at the: Direc~to:r o~f ~cii~. y s. Rlce the
cItllinow: c'r:s.\ 1In lan:

-r At paclofo acres of land sit ate nea-r th;e
tai- c .. ral;. Road and about half a mile west
10[ Luck;.- Strike C.uinil.
Pl n;I may be seen and fur~ther-l particulars
obt, inedj at t he of Erice~ of the Director of Surveys.


M.P. ..I-;;I-


Nr-. 41.


C,.? y\ De artlment,
TF ..- 13 Januzar~y 194..

CR O1N NRESCE R1 E*

It is hereby n!...t~iientl for -.ie..1~n-tl information
that thec Governor in ;..uned: h:.- reserved tle
following parcels of land in the 9.lc,=.h District
for the pulrposie z of the rice Lranin indst:

~lthe i'ion~il soi..l-t 1 LawS, 1924:-


1.EIE ELERI' ~F~.- i;.' PCI`'T~A




andl running on a bearing of S.-A; ax' Z..'E.
for a distance of 16.48 chains to anolithe~r con-
crete pIllar. thenc- on~ a ben~iingj S.j.< 35'W
for a dli-tan~ce of .Ip~prloximatel!- .IL. chains to
ano~the~r concrete p~illas, theni~cei on a 1..t-arinig
S.'j 25'E. for a dli-tanlce o-f r4.26 chains,
then~ce on a bearing S.73o oI' jr E. fo.r a d-i--
tance of apIprirroximtely- T: chains, theince along
t he -ea flor a d1t ii-tane.t alI1: S lllatdnte! 7 chains,
thncr :UE: W~est for a dl,~~i-taeldi ap1pre;xitu!atel::.
41 chains until it reaches the Cairib, re or e
boundary, thence~i: on a ':-caring N.-7 qo ...o
aklong the Carib Reserve boundary back to the
starting point.


2. RICE R~4EMERV~E ONP .1' TA GORD~. 1
SAN ANTTONIO Tr:,.-1i).


Starting from a concrete pifllr at the souhlth
west corner of block ke~pt. asi Gover.'lnment Rc-
serve and running due West for a distan~c~e ~f
approx:'Ki i~ntely- ba: chain=~, then rce a:n a1course duLe
North for a dlictance Iof apjpr.,xl~rimate lj
chains, thelnce on a cCurse due Ifast for a dlis-
tance of applrlrainastel So chTains, thence on a
COUrse duer ~oulth foTa diitLCtac of spproIximit,~-
ly _50: chains back to the starting~ point,











34 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


District Commnissioner, ~P
Toledo.


'I'l~e.< may be seen and further particulars
obtained at Ithe ,. llice-z of rthe: Din-ct..r *.,f Surveys
and the DrIstrl:t Commissioner.

By Order.


L:.l'l!i Dircfto of .;u,:-, i




In the Supreme Court--Probate Side.

iGeneiral Real-;trz.
Ecli.:e, 23 I.*.--cenal ;r 1939.

10 the C:o,-dli of 3.1'o.\_r T1 E TA'U~'; R,~ late
;%f Belize, Married WNoman, .:Tet.=and.~
Ap; b'~c'ition IGo Letters of Administration in
the abl-l-:.- : -l~t.it has i;enr made by Tholl-rrn>
Jamces Taylor of No~ rtheirn 'Fi\er Planter.
The qext ofai n. pattiggjaip~pdeal :persons
inl 4eneral, are hereby c ited 'to shon- cause on or

ra10.- uch letters sho~uldl not be granted to~ the t
m.ud~ Thalnas James:- Iaylor.


A. O. G I \foFis;~: R TH,
Registrar General.


'..!; ---,-o.120.4 Laws, I?:,2.1, ChapF. .
(`-unnirr;l: Procedure).
A.--Surnrone to a Defendanlt upon an
In~lnformaion or Complaint.


T'oledo District


of PnaGra
\~'. ERlA. S complaint ha~thl this day. 1.en
laid adoilre t h._ un designedJ <..ne ~.11 His Ma jes t-v'
Justices olf th.:- Peace in and for the~ saidl colony
of -; iti h Honduras, for that you Justo Canto
being the- owner or owners of certain land to
wit: : acres situate at Sonl Antonio to Monllket-
rall N,.: .1 \silthin the junad~:icti. n of thle Court
,lId1 neglect and do tri11 neglect to pay arrears of
taxeS on such land other the n land in a town in
the Toledo District -nll-unrtine. to S~.50.@. cents
for the years '!.:;'.3 1;;. 8 19',,~:':0 within the
meaning of th~e Land and P'r. p ,rt! Tax Ordi-
nance----r'l:pt..-l 24 If the Clo delata.. ll,- Laws,

These are theilrii.re to command you in His
Ma~je-r!'s name to be and ,cAA.;rl, on 1 n-lay~ the
!U1 :.1 la Of February, rago~, at ten o'clock~h in thle
forenoon at the Ps-:i~c; iourt at Punita Gorda
-.cti .! suph Justices of the Peace for !1he said
Colony as may then be there to answer to the
said complaint and to be further dealt with
aLCe..rd]UIe to law.


No- 43.

SALE `F IE IS ES IN ~ BE ZL ED LI;;T iE ._. T

On '- : toa 1:. the c.1 proximo at I2 o'clockr
noon there willl be .ltr.ied for sale by public
auction at the Director of -'.r..ir-, 's "tl..... th
fo ~lk-\ ln- leases of c`r~-.l arand:-
I. The lease of lot N;o. 1809A. at the corner
of Vernon and M..~-ni Struct- in the town .of
Be-lr- for seventy-five years at a clllmen:In- ~l
rent of 5/. r' 1:,,r annum.
2. The lease of lot No. 1 .-~ at Alexandria
St re e- in the town of Belize for ca 1~i~- s. fi --
years at a comnmencing rent .1 t.I5 per an-

PI.:.ns may be seen and me the ;r particulars
obtained ;It tl- officile ;=1 f her Director of Eu;r-c -



No., 44'

SA2LE OF L~.EA5E IN STAZNN CREEK.
DISTRICT.

On matent1~l~ the :r.1 proximo at 1z o'clock
noon there~; II11be offecredt~ for sale by plu-li.:
auction at t her Court House at Stann Creek the
fIllk~i- ;?l leases of i roul\ n land; -


I. TIhe i .. Mu!~lli:!i Rise -. town for twenty \.e w at a com- *:iven" under my! hand and seal thijs 6th day
mee.inrc~l:: rent of 5: f,-.= per annum, of Nove~m berr in the yeay of our LJId one thou-
r.io.1 nine hundred and thiis y-ni~ne ait Punta
2. Thes lease of lot No. 23 in the swamp at r_-l- rl:: in t-he Enhm~~!\ af- resr~r id.
Mulltins Ra: -1 town for twenty years at a coml-
mencing retit of z2 .5 per annum. E%. O. B. BARROW,


No. 45.


Forest Of ce,


FOREST APPLICAZTIONsS.
The~ follow~ing applicantions for forest licences
are p.ubL:Ished as requlired b.y Rule 13 of the
Forest Rules~, 192z7, in order to Sive any person
an F.PportunitY of funding representation w~ithr
re-gard to any such app-.lication. No such re-
presentation- n il be e..ns~idered nakel~s it is lodged
at thie Forest Office- (addressedF- to th~e Conserva-
tor of Forests and not to any fr..mri officer by
na~me) unlhin fourteen days of t~he date of pub.
Hea~tion3 of the Gazette in which the :ltertise-
ment of the aplyict;ation first appears.

By Order.

NEIL S. STEV'ENSON.
Co~serrs-or,>r of Forests,


Second Ilt.47/ca,is....!
ALBE TODT:.;KART --ZI.uka~l Crown
Lands. ,Latex of Sapotaceae Mioraceae, Apocy-
naceae & E~lpho~rb~icepc
1,000 Qallons Min.,









BRITPIS I-f ONDURA~S GAZETTE


Nio. 46.


SuvyI'S DL)Z..artment,


Epit~e, 13 Janzuary Isrgo.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLITC.STTIONS in conznection with Crown
~anld are no-tif~i=:: in the Government Gtazette for
the purpose of ?ll- az any person an cnr r;rturnit\.
of making anyu -lrepreent'ri,-,: to) thi, v-ri.- in
relation to any such iipol. Minn. u

Seb! Iunhatr n ill be inserted in at least
three Fsearate issues of the ;ar--:.'t before the, ;
will be dealt ni ith by t'he \7o-- ., reo. so that. ar-p~i, I
cant mnust be prepared for this dielay.

The following .1pplicastionl~sre hereby notified.

Byr Order

G. S. BUJSBY,

Acting Director of .Terrsea.



TO LEASE.

**Oct. 27, 1 .:,o---R**M:1N' MAX:!MU~,-Stann
Creek Di;-t i. E situlate in the town of .Rt in
Creek .. ... Lot No~. 229
*Nov. r5, 1939-ABRMEA D GA F.ui)R l rLI-
Stann 1GTr.'b District, ituen.~- in the~ town of


Stann C'-vck .. ., Lot. No. rj42
*Dec. 16, I'-1.,;.-- L\IME AVILEZ--TI-lr- doI
*Dec. 9, rl.~...---EVELYN LWk--Diti, tut nhergtacdn Mde
Stann Creek Dh;tric-t. situate in the; towin f reekj~;~. Teussh River. North tyi~ lacuind formerly
St un rek Lot No. 209 leased to are~lic-Tot. Eaet by: ICr..:.a-u !~~lan, S

Cre,-..:k District, il.-itull in the town of Stann land f..mterly-~ held o~n I.;-- ;.r;-apen
Creek .. Lot No. 767 20 acres


**Dec. f 99AGL1LR**.-
4 St~nnCrekSoth i.1= .. Lot Ndo. 560

Toledo District, situate in the tow~n of Punta
Gorda Lot No?. 496

*Dec. 21, 193j-H ENRY' DAW"nN E-I'iL,.,
District, situate on -he, ri--ht ascending Belize
River at Burns' PenN; ;\rTh~ by the river and
land occupied by Thl-.-phll;!n 1:. !.:- o- by the
river, South by the river, i'.1'--t by the river and
C:lo:u land .. .. .. .. acres
*Dec. 22, 1939--MILDRED ANDErr; R O(~N-_
Belize Ii--trit. situate at MIaskall \'illi :.
Northern River .. .. Lot No. 34
*Dec. 23, 1939-HAROLD iT4. NIr;~~ ---Br-- I
District, situate in the Tlill,we of Maskall, North-
Ri Lot No1 28


Creek District, .2 to ~to iin he Carib Reserve,
:.I;...thi by blackr No. ;.4 East by block No.
342. South by- block No- 336, West by block
No- 3--- being black~ No. 335 .. 5 acres
*Dec,. 21, I.:<~:il-1-R sBER T..WILLIS--
E !x-il Triwrict~ situate on thle rh.-;ht ascenr?ing
H-ector Cl-lkl Sibun Rive-r.Nol~rl th\ by rc nn
land, E et~ by Crown had. ~ Lalat 1.7- thle creek,
\\'- --t by <:mn'I~ n land; being land b-r al.- rly leased
to L~ovenia \\'the .. .. 24a~. '3r. 24~p.u
**Dec. 22, I939- U.?,TH(' PLUMMER-
Toledo District, situate on the right ascen~dingi
Tcoi~-no-hRiver, Nu rthiby land leased to 'ihoulss
Fuentes, E.I-t by Cr-v\i n bnjli Psl!:th by Crow~~n.1
land, W.--- by Crown le~n being a portion of
50 acres now held oni lose~, by~ sppi'i:ckan
301 acre .~


I


**Dc~. 2, Ig.. I- -Nol.lKREXER0 *i'LESIASI--
**Dec. 27, 1939- GOINZA-~ LES C.:\--lMIR'"- Cayo Ikr;t~ct. si:.tu:~ne no th iiet: aLsce'ndaiS
Toledo, District, wituclte in the 1'ills.c~ of Bar- the \\'.'te;rn l-ranich, Beb.-a-i R~Iver, Nort-h JiP:
ranco; being lot formerly held onl lease by Igna- }:.1-,. k No. 33. :e st I; -er. Sou by
io Nitholas .. .. Lot No. 138 hh.;~.:k No, .,-~i~ est by o ne-s tihe
**Dec. 29, i~lj.;--CEL~SO RODRIGUEZ- 'co tra c soncl~a its ack Nd 11
Cat-o~: Di-trict, situate in the 111sa- of Soc-
coth,.. .. .. Lots Nos. 136 & 137 .- lee. 3, I's;' ,-THf-EOPHTLUIS CrS---
-~~ .... etze District, situate on the right ascend!ing
**Dec. 30, mig;(-JULTIA La~r'.iPl-' eled.l11! 1 Beilike River near M[.-sy Pen, N...lrth by Crown
District, situate in the Itown of I'un~ta Gorda; land, East by the river, San~~th by 4 acres of
being lot now held on lease bgt ,I\:li' land 'granted t;o aplylicant and Crown hand,
\\'ect 01, Crown land: .... 110 acrest


TO PURCHASE.

District, situate on the left ascending the Punta
-c-!:'.-- 'rn! Antonio Tieed~:. North by the 1-untra
Gorda--San Antonio Road, East by lands
leased to P. Antonio and A.`lic En,- .uth by
i .li land, West '-r land granted to D. Wil-
liams ... .. .. 25 aresl

;t.l!nn Creek DL1riict.~ situate in the town of
4: i.:n Creek .. .. .. Lot Nol.4377
*Nov. 15> Tl .* -E -'-FTrIAGO L*. GA?--
TeI Irl District, situate on the right ami: ading

formerly leased to Illi d:.et b Ramlogan, East
by road reserve and land formerly of the Soutilh-
ern Estate Co,, Ltd., Sou~th! by the river, U~'eet
by land formerly leased to s:l~ubua G~odoy;
1-cing~ block No. 186 formerly leased to 2.11.ert
Logan . .. .. .. 25 acres
***Dec. I, vI.. ..1----.'RTHUR COLEMAN-
Toledo DI:i-trit, situate on the left arcccending
T. il. Branch, :*.I nke: River, Nor~fl th i- ID oni n
land, East by the river, F ath by Crown Isad,
WNest by Crown land; being land formerly
leased to I'<-c.up: S. Coleman .. 270 acrps
*D< and IDOLL~Y POH~ELL.I--- tiron~ Creek Dlij-
trict, ituatre I-o the rights asceinrl~in Nrorth 'talnn
I[l-i': near the 21 Mile Post on the Starn Creek
:;rlkyl Road, North by Crown land, East by
Crown land and land occupied by W. T ashe r,
West bv Crown land .. .. -10 acres









.Ic BRIT:ISH HONDURA.S GAZETTE


*.*Dec. 29, 1939--PFiI: TEi'rHAi~ P.CI :i Cohune Ri~l.... -.rt h by road reserve and -c,0-
D~istrict, situate on the ri~lht ascending FeClie Ition 41, i:a I by ci..sa lan.:1. c.~r un by Crown
Ri.-er, near Double H .<.1 CSabbage, North by land, West by Aceducell N.... 39 and.40; being
Crown land f l-.i ne ridPP ael i.t by road reser ve ed ;li- ni ::.... 44 ,. ..... 18 acres
and i no11eased to I-. !1..:1 I! IIn~ 'c.,,uth by land
gran!ted to JFlmmanuellc T'...ac-, Westby cr--l **Janp, 3, In-1.* ---11iL`:LIAN!i ni-.-EALLr-
land (pine ri.1,.0 l ..,.. la acres I:.;i!" I i-l! --t situate on thle 1:e.ree- i'~r:.-al
;' ..1.1 at : u;..N rhb i nla d d
**.;r.- 3 *- 1939-- ALI-REin E. ~-...rI ;- 1~.lln.l ,s r.,it;- to Estanislau <.!uni, East by ther
Corozal District, situate 1-~'.< -kniit.I:1 one r...~! ..1 S; ut by land 4.ank.1~~ to Benito L. !-c:
mile south of the5 .ill!?;. of .intls-u.-ja. 1; !th W Vest by crown land 10 acres
by land leased by Carlos Cruz, East by land
leased by Jacob:; hil--ca. R.:.uthl[ 1 unt- i il leased by _*J n .,r.v-- I .1A T. NF -B n
Itionillo L'1,lane.., il,_I-t by land leased by Lorenzo '-t.tiut t R-<1-..e F u: b n
Cae~il.> .. .. .. j33. Dr. 32p. 1..-,t yln1lriiygat oG
I0 nil. East by land gr-anted to D F~ Di~'lanond,~
**Dec. 30, I939-;-`-RSiEN-CANl.~\i--lo1- -/11 S.,ull by road to k--c s!;toneil rlla-1. West 1.7-
Dist rict. situate Ilp pre~ :;i!.!Ta ~.tel-e mile south land I:.::ank J to 10~. H. Vernon; 1..:in:~. and form-
of the~ 1:1Ll-fe of 4 art.--cj.t. N.. rth~ by land ap- erly Ir;;!t..-to .\ilberths! .?\i!.l .. 20 acres
plited for by Mi.g.-le n ~1~1000:. East by land

hi- F I;~-m-r Cast~illo, b '.1.: h by land leased by P.= '"-- r'i r i: sitnudte at Rocksltone Pond
Tir..ct. v:: \i-- bdu amnot-l'iG.,Cohune Rulll.e.North by land .r ant-.1to James
'I' mich .. .. .. 9a. Ir. 7p. T. !n;l~lri,~n. East t.., 1and granted~ to wi~nnie~


.:r cSouth by land granted to Irene I.'.< c 11.
13 .-t-I by Crown land; being Seeti-~n Noil. Iol
formerly granted to Arny Lewis ..c..
10 acres

***Jan. 9, 1~_~--l ---ET F N PINKS-----rcii~er
Ti'tr; r1-. situate on the left -.I oI~rl:..T Haulover
'.'r.:c. 11-h~zi River, Nrth!! by tT creek, East
by Crown land, 5. veh1 by lands granted to J,
C. Card, Wiest by road reserve and Crown land;
being land formerly granted to ;l:.ppl-:n~t
9a.3r.64p.



LEASE CAN;CELLED.

SaI.P -- -itit si .-3. 1 :RH LD .-1E i:l

At the request of thze lessee.

M.P. S.G. 35--3:--1\'IC`T*. NICHOfrLAS-~'
Toledo District, situate on~ the right ih--cending
Tent ~-hl ?1'.er. 20 acres. At the Itequc-t of
the lessee.


**De<.,. 30, 1939--SOT!J.R=~.l Ri.'~Z--Corozal
DIctnetr situate p ..mtelhaamie
south ..1 the 1 0!i\--I~ ~~..t e!~l..tn, I.. r!J by
land leased by 14ccol.1.1'.5 R..e1:~l:eu.C. E.,, 1.-
land leaw:1 h; :.- Oile. Pete:l.. :~-uth b)~ land
le..ie1 1\ < Leonardo Cansino, Wiest h;J the
Ranch Road .. .. 10 acres
** F c. 30, 0,.llILA LO:C L -

sol:uthe t~ rher~il~ic of :ilveren.~ .; h. .rchiby land
leased byTo.r1hl;nz -atb h
Rancho R~.-:..i, ;-nth! b;?- 120.1~ al~ph--,i for by
Florencio Sosa \\'t-c by land. aplico.1 for by
Floenco 9.01andC rin ixnr 8. 2r. 1p.

Clorozal District, situate approximately three

bs- h b land 1mrlb- F..i biy Cr-s in, out 1.Pc land I
appliedl for by :I\ itirn. n Canmul, Westci by the
Carlnon de la Mesa Turuchi~l .. Sa. 2c. .35p,
**Z,.. 30, '' Iy:l--P.iTIRIc"TO MORAi-Clorozal
District, ituait ap:!-l .t.ximate~.l,- Is milus. ,onlth
of the \V1ll.1ge o-f Sartenti-j:a. North~ by land Illea-el
by Abr~~aham Jacob, EasFt by! lan..~l applic-i for by
H-onorio C.I-tirllo and Crown land, So~uth. by~
Cro\:n land, West by land leased by .'h-r iban'
Jacob .. .. .. .. 10 acres
* *D c,,. 30, 1939-C RISPING 1\IOR .1-Corozal
IDistrirct situate ap~proxima~telly IJ mriles south
of the \'illage o~f Sartinelja. Nor th by land leased
by Berna~l.0 A~l:miills, East b~y Ctoo.ni. land,
South~ by C~lar a1 land, 11et by land leased by
13;rnall-- Al unila and Eucatio Perez
188, Or. 26p.

'* Dec. 3''A'I.*.o-FRAR;NCI ISC RODiRIO=UEZ
--4..ornza l Di-rict .ituate ap rxi ael nae

leastj b Litl ed l ced:na trtes t rant c;.l
bJyCarl-as~ Crll. z, South by, I~land Ilease by LCorenzo

**Dc. j3* .'~l-.~1939-LOENI SOSA~-
Cora~zal Dist to,~ situate appljroxima!:~ tely If mile
EsIuthI of thke.~91V lave of S teneja. North;L hY-:lan.:1
appliedl for by 1'illiam~ Loclk nnd- Ce-rei.-. MIunoz,
Eas~t b the Rancho Ro:ad:, S~;uth bland leasted
by ILorenzo < astilla.l West by lanel- la~ed by .
Tiburcio D~Iar... 19a. Or. ,5p.)


District, situate on the lefta ~iirc~ninatthe West-
ern Baranch, Beclize R~i -er. 30 acres :blocrk
No1. 517). i~rnr non-payment of th~e third
instalment.


Toiedo District, situate on the sea coast south
Iof Paui.:.l Gorda. 50 acres. YFor unn::-payi-
nient. of the- thi;ld instalment.

M.P. S.G. 03y.~---NIORMA!. N E. BRiOASTER.
.i-n District, situate on the Iguan3 ireek;
Es;.tate Ber:EL Rii.rer. 20 acre. (block~ No.
_7)~. For nl`l rd.'n-painen of ther thiird instalment


District, eitluate on the east side of thet BEnqlie
i A l oa i 0 acres (block No.


**Dec. o,130~ i3~ -TU'oluAS GAREI'T.T--- 553. Fo~r nonl-pa ment oit f thie first instal-
Belize IDi-trict. situate at Rcks-itn Pond ment.


LOCATION TICKETS

CANCELLED*











BRITISH HONDURAS.~ GA-ZETTE 27
------ -- -=-. _.--- --- -~.--- --~~_


MI.P. S.G. -- -..,4-E1 ADNE HI 1i.- i- Reli-s
Di- tr;:.: situate. at Peccary HO-I,! Manatee.
20 acres. For non-payment of i h-= second


I\ ?. 5.- a s. j H J un
Creek I'i-tr-i t 'situate on the !r.it .I-:rl-n-Un,
;;or:!h St-ina 3841). For !iu.:-in,!l-paymet of thle second instatl-
ment'

M.P. S.G. Ir; J---i'HILIP' ;\1'ABY--Ec~lit.
District, situate on the Belize-Corozal R...." -I
10 acres !trlock N~o. 9!. For non-payment of
the fir t instalment.

JI P. S.O. 1221--L~I;: G CHAVARIAI-Toledo
District, situate on the right ascending Rii
Grande. 5 acres. For non-payment of the
fit instalment-

M.P. S.GE I1:-sE---FH.F'.NL E :FTITHR.\N_
Belize D~i;n et, situate on the ILet .,-..:.-ming ~i
the P!.-:--:- :r..:.11 Road. 10 acres. F'or
ni:;-. 1.n-illtnent of the first instalment-



DI-ltrict:, situate at Rockstone Pond ~cobun'-
Pi l =.e. 20) acres. For non-,!-ja .mir nt1 of .the
f ar- t instalment,



Diet riet. situate on the left .!-.!.:enan the i u~lt
Gorda-San Antonio Road. '0 acres. .
non-payment of the first instalment.




S LIGI-TIN G HOURS
In. Accordance writh No. 10 .of the
Bye-Laws-Cdhapter 118 of the Con-
ciidlred Laws, 1924-made;l b he'i
Town Bfoard of` B:I~;e un~der the :pro-
visions of~the Betl~iz' Tliwn Bcald
ord-~in;:r.c No. 12 of the R.;gulat'lns
made by the Gou~rnor in Counal
under the 3ut hor i y of Section 8 of
the Motor Vehicles Ordinance--
i`!..:r-ter 62 ofr the Consolidated Laws,
1924--Gazette 10thl Pgril, 1924, lights
m~ust 'be carried on all vehicles during
the under-mentioned hours in the
month of
JANL1ARY, 19410.

6.20a P.M. to 5A~5 A.M.


H. H. CR.A-IG. Town ClerK.


I i~~~lRM S liial l to pay Income T'.,x are
reminded tl!ut they) are required to filt returns
of their incomes in respect of thle year endlinlg
31st December, I~lu y on or before the 31st


should be ll-;r aIr~..1xdll:- thI-e Income~c Txx PI F.rceb
\ Ir..: nea inot later than t he13Ist M.utrh, I940.
3. In the case of .all person carrying o~n
business, a Ia-rtifi;- d a1-I'.- 'f the P'r.:tit & Loss
Account and Da.l..;rnce sh.Eet should .iece~Ini iany
the-return.

4.'A-ll returns, .R.:. should be sent under
i,~ rifi.lenitali Icve-r to the TrInc..me Tal: Branch
!I.Trcuurs), rilace. or to the District Commis-
sioner in an ..ut-~..-lltrset. from whom the- neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.
5- E-iu~re to tile Retturns within the time
prescribed by law : 11 re~nder tr:<:q:. ,-.usi linlble
to p~r-,-ecut;i n vith..~ut f urther warning=.

By Order,

A. ;; i!,P'* FSO~HN,
I!lwcma.: Tax Commissioner.







Subscription Rates.

T~he Gazette will be -upp'ied to sub-
senTsh! at the rate of 5-r.00 for the
calendar year, pu; ablel in advance,
;ll ~Sbs.:r;:ptions expiring on ?1st De-
cember,

;!rgle copies will be sold at 15 cents
each.

Rl~irz for Non-O!~ir~lca Noticce

First insertion, 50 cents per intnch
cr. Cle columns.

cc-;:,nd andj erier subs.-que~nt In-c:.e
al~n of the same~c notr;ce. 25 censll per
.nen. :4nlE c~olumrn.


The 7r,, :ra.

I.:'-:. 3 Janucary 1940.


`OTICE.

pINCOMIE TAX,


'c"; ~sa;,








=8 BRIlTISH HGN'DI.IrA~S GAZETTE:


NOcTIlC- IIS H~EREBi' GIVENry

that the 11.1. .i~in; Trade M!.!I;











is the~ Trade Ma~rk of LIBM'i, MchNE-ILL. &
LJIBBY, a corporation organized and existing
under and by virtue of thec laws of thet StatC of
Maine, United Sr~tates of America, having a
place of business at Union Stock Yards, in the
Cit! I..f Ch'iie:go:. St e of Illinois, !.:nateal '!tate


The above mark is used by the -said Com-
pany in connection with fo-l-r!d and ingradientsn r
of foods.

Any person infringing or impaql~lerl Lling
thie above Trade Maskh nwilil. e pl~ieweented
under C'laper~r 52 of th~e Consolidated L~aws of
British Honduras, rl.!, and othebrn+i-i dealt


;'Conso-,ill.idatd ,Laws, 1924.


Summal~ry Jurisdiction. C~hal~tterr .1;k

A.--Sulnunus t~o a D~efendant upon an
Information or C~omplaiar.



B'tlTISH~n HNDUR.naS, TO WIT .


made to th-: unndersigned one of Hii- Majec.tv's
Justices of the Peace in and for the sai i. I ny~u
of IBrlti b Honduras, for that your bc la-.. lb.~- i\ n -
er within the. meaning of the FB~i?.= Fi- Ird

Laws, 1924, of land in the town of B~elize did
neglect and does still neglect to pay thle Fire
Rate on such lands for the years iln ,-.go
amounting to Tv! .. e -:ibs~ amIi Porty cents,w-hich
the said TIown Clerk now seeks to recover,
under St-..rian 28 of the ~F..lizc IBre B ei
Ordinance aforesaid and Section Iro of the
Towns Pro~l rty fax~~; rin r.n.l~i:! of Cha! ptr .1 54
of the .--ncI,~J~r~ L~atll aws, 1924.

These are therefore to command you in His
3.1.0.; t:,~'s !;ne.! to be and appear on r!he 26th
day of January. 1940, at nine thiri!y o'clock in
the forenoon at th be f -le such Ju1- Hes- Of the Peace for the said
Colony as may ibfn be there to answer to ithe
i,.1 u

Civeni-r under myj hand and.seal, this 22nd
day of LDeced~i.,,rr in the year of our L~ord one
thi~i.lu-and nine hundred and ~thirt;--nia,i at
Belize in the Golony ,l..rc- :i.1


Summary Jurisdiction. Chap~lttr I -'.

A.LSummonS to, a Defendant vian an
Information or Co mplaiint .



To CI:. er or Owners

L~ot No. 227 situated on P'rincei S~treet bounded
on the~ N.-sti- by rpr lyperty:~ ..0 Mary Jane
Hi-.-.h- South by i-'l,?.: e .:let; Es-t by
Psr..p-o-st of Wm. Grant, West by property
clf Mr- John F. sin.- of L' bre.


made to the :m ~le-~ ri nd one of. His Ma !jest y's
Justices of th: Peace in and for the said C.>T..ny ~
ofi Brrkish Hannon!!l... for that you Owrner or
Owners being the owner ;:ti~un ihe meaning
of Chapter 134 of '~I~ TD.:- n--chi~.Luer ILaws,
1924" of land in the~ teni ai of Bcehas- lj1 w-clect
and does still neglect topathTadu n
such land for the years lu.;L tp1 Tamouning o
'T e tiut- ih.!!:.r= which the *.I:i lTen a(lockh now
SEteks to recover, under 9

These are th..rrcfore to command you in H;
Ma~jesty')s name to be and appear on the~ .:-l~th
day of T!tel!r .-, 1940, at nul~-ie-t, it. o'clock in
thle forenoon at the Police Coulrt at Beize
Ibefore such Justices of the Pesac f~r the 9:i.1 ~
iColouy1~ as may~! then he there to answer to lthe
said complaint and to be further dealt with
aCccoT;Lrdiu to law.

Given murder my hand and seal this -7-2nd I!..I!
of December in the year of our Tlord one thou~-
sand nine hundred and thirty'-nine at Ed-i~i in
the icolo~n ." aims.;id


AD g


W. H. COURTIENAY,
A cting .11a:/i. ,el:. Edic. .


L .8 .


W. H. cOU~R'TENA~Y,


L. S.


Lot Naat~il n Pricc; ~:rrt. Th;i is a relpubbeliatllon of the~ claim to own-
Lo t No. 22ct ated P!jjrince Stf~reet bo 6 |ership~ of the mark which apr-earedl in the
on he thby roert ofMay JneGovernment Gateite daltedi Ja~ntars IB, zIlro
Hyde, South byl Princ~e Stleet. East b.. ad Jhnuarl25, r.13o)
property of Wm. Grant, West by prope.prty
of Mrs, John Staiine of Belize. IIBBY, MlcNFJI,L & ZIIBBY

W'HER EAS complaint~ hath this day been Chicago,? Iliinois.


Printed by the Governmlent Printerr.






















GOVMERNMENTWbfE



G~AZls~BETT


BRITISH1 HON DUJRAS

PUBLISHED DYT AUTHOR.JTY.


No. 4 BELIZE, 20 JANU.ZRY 1940 Page 29

Colonial Secretary's Office, town ed. Be ize- to Lord's Ridge~ (cemeteiry from
Belize, 20 Ta-ve,~lruy 1940. t nu to3s cmbr 4.


APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED.~
PATTE~N, R. F., S~co~nel Class ili-rk,'District
Sconn~l i~-=9i;ur's Office, Stann!l Creek, appoinlt-
ment confirmed with effect from ist January,
1939-


M.P. or717.

Colonial Secretary's Officr,
Belize, z Jarnuary 194h.

TENDERS FOR.THE CONVEYANCE. OF


I in- irl .-. should be enclosed in ealerPfenvelopes
marked "T'enders for Pent-ai Fur:iab anti~i i~e
II!'.hr:1 .erI at the Colonial Secretary's Office not
later than tnclie noon on jilan~...l- the Zand


...nl:er~ ci..uld- not include the supp-ly of a
callini~ but should clearly state the nature'af thie
conveyance to be employed hecare, truck or
h-and-drawn cfriagel~. etc.) and should'inclu~de
the- u1L'l of two men to remove the- coffin to
and from ther pubic~ mortuary or house and
deposit thet corpse in thi grave.

The Gove~rrnment do not bind thiemslel:c to
accept th!e lowest or any tender.
----t---

Be-llze, 6 Januar? Ig40.


The follow ing particulars relating to :i!l'Po'int
ments, etc., in the Public Seice~ili are p~ubli-bel !
for gene-ralinformation.

Bi- Command.


Acting Colonial Secretalry.


N~o. 47. ..0. m.
;\PPOINTMIENT.
FINLAYSON, R. S., Clerk to the Agricultural
Boa~rd~, to be a Second Cla-II ilerk, Agrica~l-
tural Dep-.urtmnc~t, w~ith effect from' Ist
January, 1940.


No. 48.


M~.P. o652* NOTICE TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES:


The aittentionl of His Excellencv the Officer
Admlniuitering~ the Government has been di-
reccted to- the fact that in miany? instances the
provisions of the Friiend~ly- S-c~iette~.I Ordinance--
Chaptec zr 41of the- Can o~lid~ated~. Lawrs, r424--
are not bjeing3 complllied. with by -Iuch Societies.

In futurg,~ewhy thtl e pro " of the'.Ordi-
nn~tce arenot strictly- comp~itE~~ ~ in the !,re-
scribjed time-, the powner giv'eu n O37~ rdinancee
to ~~pel comllpiance w\ill be- enfd~i~cl wticrthu
f!~ r communlicatiIon to the -del~nquent


PAUPERS FOR BURIAL.
Copies~ of the Frie~ndly! Societies Ordinance
Tenders are invited for conve\ ing thie dead ma! be obtained at the Gov)i.erlnm ntl Printing
bodies of all. ad ult pa upers dying :i thin t be .Of ice for twenty-five cents each.










3o BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


LEGISLA-TIVET COLINC.IL.

Th.li: under-mentioned nEd! the full text: of
which was published with the r : /. as shown
in parenthesis, -.i1 be pt --cuite. .it ai t.rthi-
com~in- nIlri-tic; of the Lecri-it;.e ;.'~l-u.:il .I.nd
notification is hed.r~:.- giviien in accordance with



A B~ill entitie I an Ordinance to amend the
StlUu:111. iry C-oritll..n i'b il'te 'iS.. of thel C.:n ..hda It-_..l I. e;. 1924.

(P'.:hh-usc \:;Gazette dated I:rb! January. 1940.)



5'-; So- 5

Belize, to Janurary I.., .

STATiTORY' RULtES AND ORDERS.

The under-rnentioned -I cut..lyI Rules and
Orders are published with.this issue of the
Gazette and form part thereof.:-

No. 2 of 194o--T ll ading : ith the EaI!. to,..
Transfer of Securities to Enemy un-I.I. .-
M.P. 02643-

8-3 of 194.>i--11:-!i< Town Bonard (Public
Ilinket~ ~re--\ Amendment ilt~--Lawi le:~.;.
.1! P. 0779.


By Command.


A. WSOLFFSOHN, ,
.4congi COlOnlial SeI.CreItay.



'Education no r
.IFrl':;. J.; ** 1 940.

LiNIV~EP.SITY' OF L.ONDON,
MA. ~.TRIC:ULA.TION ES.ANIINA~TION,
J UiN E, 19-10O.

It is hereby notified for the information of
~iten~..hni candidates and teachers initsi-rst-d
fat enlrlIa for the Mat ]r~i -l ain Examination
aefthe Uni\errsit\- of I.Ir..wl ~n t:, he, held in June I
next mut! reght~e. en*:Gifll:Oiic not later
than W :~ y, thd 24~ January, 1. .4


By Order.


SALZE OjF CROWN'~ L AND.


On Saturday Thec 3r.1 loroximo at.Iz o'clocks
noon there i:11 be --fier-:1 for sale 1-~. publlic.
auction at the IIrlee~t.:lr of Run ;e.-'s office thle



A parcel of 10 acres ofi land ritul Ict near the
Renzel~--i C, rozal Road and about half a mile west
-~ 4 Lucky Strike Camp.


P'ljn ma-,1 be seen and further pairtic~ulars
obtained at i telucc of the In cir-ri uecSust -eys.

: ---f--

SA~LE OF1 LEAScEs IN BELIZE DISTRICT .

Uni Sit~ur..lj\y th- ;,!-1 proicimo at 12 o'clock
noon there will be .:afttal~ for sale 1.. pjul-r e
auction at the Director of Survey's e-fl;Ce theC
f 11..0i ing~ leases of i:rinin land:-

I. The lease of lot N. .. 1;....\. at the corner
of Vernon and M.--lul Streets in the town of
Beclize for seventy-tive- years at a comnmencing
rent of j(, 5.6 pai .noutul.

2. The lease I.f lot Nc.l-. 1820 at Alexandria
;tr.:ct~ in the town of Belize for seve-nty-fit-e
years at a commencing rent of f-.if, per an-
num.

Pl11 us ml!. be seen and;l furrhl a=tiulr
obtained at the~ a r~ie rof thie Directoc:r .:4 Sur .E:eys




SALE OF LEASES IN ST.1NN C:REEI;
DISTRilCT.


On Saturday the :rdl Ir..:;ime, at 12 o'cloc.;k
noon there will be ..~ifere..l fr~-r -ale 'I; pubitlic
auction at the Court: House at Stann Creek the
I..il:.oi in-4 leases of ir-i.i u land:-

I. Thei lease of lot N... 22A. in the~ swamp at
Ma~in River town for twenty years at a com-
un w_l:in rent of Sr.c,~.. per annum.

2. The lease of lot No. :, in the isw amp at
!Iu~liln River town for twenty years at. a com-
m:1ranc;ing rent of 9-.:.5.* per annum,

Plants may be seen and further parltic~ulrs

and the D~itr~ilt Comm!i-::i, nerr.


By On;Jer.


N s. 49.


MI 1. 02720,


iLa ,::, zo JanuLary 1940.


PRtESENTED, TO TH-E


BILL TO BE


B. E. CARMAN,
Do : -r of I.,/tartion.


.-letinil Director otf .5ulr:w~.j.









B3RITISH HONDUIRAS GAZETTE :


No. 53-

Chap. .i r--ComI:-. Laws, I..:.t

JC 1.--Order for Payment of Morney to be
Levied by D~istress and in Defaurl of
Dijstre~s ImprisonmeLnt.
ERI'TISH HONDURAS, TO li'IT-
Toledo District.

BEi IT REM::!lEDIP..RI that on thi- c *.t
November, 1939, complaint w-as made befi:~ore
the unde~lir-l:ned- D district C..nI!!n i G;luner, One of
His MaIjc= the -.id.! C~...~l..n: of Eriti-hi Hondl~uras, fo that
ti, I:rtait !..>f Eqbet ill-lalllla~bn being th~e
j\ ie r- I:-f certairu landc to wijt., geres~ situate
at HI...nt:edi Ri\-er an11 Punta F~lates$.and~ unhll;n
the J urisdctjion ofr I~ th e Col:urt did neglct a nd- (1I
tt eglne!cct to 1-...arre-irs =..f Taxes on ;lach
la e4the-r thanir Illoa ini a town in the- T.~ -led.l

,,7-J-' ithlin: the~ meanjling ~..f thie Land and
P~ropert: Tas : a clinan~c -Chalater~ 24 of the
Coumoli.:iater.1 Lan\--, :924 and now at th!is day,


--, 5 -

C~hap.178--Cons. Laws, Te~l.J.
K 1.--Order for Pavmnent of Mloney to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
.Distress Imprisonment.
BRITISH 'HO:'NDU~RAS, TO \\'ITI:
T'ole~u D~ijtri~t

BE IT .RESIENIPEKERE that on the 6th


November, 1939, ---mallain;!t was made before
the untl~r-in--10:-'r~;i r; Commissioner, One of
His T..F li~. -t.'s Justices of the r'c-.!v.. in and for
,the said Coloniy of British H.~. !-1-l~: for that
Ithe Estate of 1-a 0 U. Cook being the owners
of certain land to wit, 20 acres situate at Mobo
River and within the jurisdiction of a b.: Court
did neglect and do -III1 neglect to 1- arrears
of Taxes on such land other ~I1 0 land in a
tow~n in the Toledo District ina !it~.n:ii!~ i ..: :40
for the years 1937---40 within t-he w..~. !inb... of
the Land and Property Tax Ordinance--
--b i--1- I24 of the Consolidated Lawrs, 1924;
and now at this day, to w~it, on, the 15th day of
SI.-u!i l-l: ', 199, at T'! rs~ t Gorda the parties
aforesaid .1-It've a before me the ulndersigned
District Commissioner but the said Estate
of Santiago Cook Job..ch!_! duly calle doth
not al-l''0-'! by themselves, their Counsel, or
Attorney, and it is now Ii-f- ct. r.1;- proved
on oath, that the said Estate of .m:..au ..
Cook by its Iii I!...li (an three times in the
Gazette in accordance ii ith section 29 (c) of
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924,
has been duly served with the summons in ther
behalf whiclx required them to be and appear
here at this day before such Justices of the
Peace for the said Colony- as should now be
here to answer the said complaint and to Le
illather dealt with according to law; and now
hI ;.iin heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do ..1ja,1 er the said Estate of Santiago Cook
to,~, !..: !t. I Clerk of the Court at Punta
Gorda the sum 'of -, E.~ I II~w ir-h, and also to
pay to the said .. !.r- of the Court the sum of
Two Dollars for costs in this behalf; and ifc the
several sums be not paid forthwrith I hereby
order that the same be levied by distress and
sale of the; .. ..el and chattels of the said 1- -:. it c
of . !nl us:,.. Coo~k.

Given- ': m hand and seal, this I5th
day of December in the year of our Lord rm y,-
at Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


No. 51.

thatl 178--Cons. Laws, 1924.
K 1 --Order for Poymeat!i of M/oney to be
Levied by Distress andI in DI-i..uit of
Distress I mp Irijlnna n~ It-


Toledo District.

B1 IT RE:\7.:1F.111.W1 that on the 6th
I'5;.-i:- the undersigned District Commissioner, One of
His Ma lj.5- t. 's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
Bri_-i- 1-bands I.!.a- Development Comlpanybeing
th.c owner of certain land to ;- it 18,513 acres
situate at Sarstoon Ri- e and within the juris
dice.- ni of the Court did ne~_l:16:t and do still
neglect to pay arrears of '; :-c- on such land
at he al than ? .!l; Cin a town in t be- Toledo Dis
trict .wi;....u t~in I to _.c-. r. 38 for the year I939 -
40 within the mc a in:iT --f the L~and and Property
Tax; OrdinanceI--CI .'1pt. 24 of the Consoli
dated Laws, 1924-; and now at this day, to wit,
on the ISthi day of December, 1939, at Punta
Gorda the parties aforesaid appear before mne
the unch-c-lr-- ne !.1i Oti ~! t Commissioner but the
said Br!iti-h! Honduras Do1r-.-1. .;~!.n in Company
although 1101- called doth not .1: -IIr by them-
selves, their i0 II0 -;I!. or Attorney, and it is now
satisfactorily proved on oath, that the said
Bri1.i.!s Honduras Development Company by
its publication three times in the Gazette in
accordance with section 29 (c) of C1.31 tI 24
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been duly
served with the summons in tl i-, behalf wlihich
required them to be and appear bete at this
day before such Justices of the Pe a c for t Le
said Colony as should now be here to answer
the said complaint and to be further dealt with
acct. < ii:~. to law; and now having heard the
matter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the
said British H~onduras De,-\ l..s..:llc-t C.-n*'I .-: n .
to pay to the Clerk of the Court at Punta
Gorda the sum of .Ii '.rcho! ith,. and also
to pay to the said r.1, I- of the Court the sum
of Two E--ll.!- for costs in this ..~::half I, and if

order that the same be levied by distress and
sale of the goods and chattels of the said British
Honduras Development Company.

Given under my hand and seal, this 191 l
day- of December in the year of our Lord I :r -'"
at Punta Gorda in the Colony :Ills.resai.


1.. O. B. B.1T;V _si\`,
D istrict ` '.r~.:...... .... r,
Toledo.


E. O. B. B.I:\ltOW,
District Commissioner,
Toledo.


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32 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. -,;,.

Ci ..i*- 178--Cons. Ilaws, 1924.
K 1.--Ordetr for Payment.I~ of Moneyrr to be
Lt rld by Distr~ss and in Default of
Di t-,(res Inmprisonment`.

ER!TTISH HONDI'FAS,-?~ TO WIT:


_ _I ~~


to wit, on thle 15th! day of 7 Icr'mbelrT, 1939, at
Punta Gorda the parties l...e--au.;l optua~cr be-
fore me thec sm.1~.:.-i:..nel District Commissioner
but. t he said Estate of Robert Colquhoun
although duly called -in tll not appear by them-
selves, their Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now
sat-1:0:1:.proved on oath, that the
said E st ate of Robert Colquhoun
by its I alt..11. i: i.a three times in the
Gazette in accordance with section 29 (c) of
:l~hat-te 24 of the Consolidated L~aws, 1924,
has been duly served with the summons in this
behalf which required them to be andl appear
here at this day before such Justices of the
PC: .e*-- for the said Colony as should now be
here to answer the said complaint and to be
1nh d:;:: with acorbing to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do isi;1,0 14 1st-- said Estate of F' ..Hec t C llu-
houn to pay to the i i rri~ of the Court: at Punta
Gorda ~the sum of 1 .;; ;0 --!!; ii i- and also to
:..-,- to the said c'!.th< of ti., Court the sum of
'Tv. Dollars for costs in this beha~lf and if the
several sums be not paid fort~hwith I hereby
ilrd lr that the same be levied by distress and
sale of the goods and chattels of the said Estate
of r --1 ert Cadlpsh. u!,.
Given under my hand and seal, this I5th day
o~f rD.--,.; .-i..r in the year of our L.. rll :;7.. .. at
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


which required them to be and~~I apper9 I cle at
this day before such Justices of the- Pea~ce- for
the said Colony as should now be here to an-
swer th.. ;1 e: mp:;l~lainilt and to be further deac~lt
with ;Ice. c~he.. t.:. la .; and nowM having heard

the said Estate of Joseph E rIll outt to: i t?-
to the C l, k of the Court at PuTa?~~ G;lr-r!l t he
sum of 5 Io r.th~ nit h, and also to Ip.ii- to t he~
said Clerk of the Court t li sum of Twjo :' i iar;
ft costs in this i chi l l- and if th!e several sums
be not paid forthwith I lhe rcl-b order thait the
same be levied by distress and sale of the
goods and chattels of the said Estate of Joseph
E, Garbutt.
Given under my hand and seal, thi- 131.
day of December in t E-.: year of our Lord 1939
at Punta il.:r.rI~ in the Colony aforesaid.


District Commissioner,
Toledo.


E. O. B. JL.',;:.9= W,
District CommNissioner,
Toledo. '


No. 54
]-:E, IT REMEMBERED that on ther Oth
November, 1939, complaint was made 1.ebi:-re
iC b.;;. If- -ioas. Laws, 1924' the -.ml.i: -i~ice 1 District Commissioner, One of
K l.--Order for Paymnent of Molrnty to be His M.i.;-i'~ Justices of Ithe Peace in and for
Levied by Distsets and in Def'anit of the .i.1, I~ <> 1. y !:lf British Honduras, for that
Distress Timp:ri sconu n-lt .1..: Estate of i-Ll~l i? l'.1-.ru being the owners
of certain land to wit, so acres situate south of
ZI.ki i1- H~ HONDURA4S, TO WItIT: Punta Gorda T--.- n; and i;;thin! th~e juri-';i; i-.nl
..t the Court did lne..h:l and do ;I:ll nees..~.:t to-
Tll.-ol. District. pay arrears of Taxes on such land ot he r~t han
land in a town in the T I:-1-. District amrount-
BE IT RE:I':IT .iD.4RD that on the lirth irl to 90 cents :' r the years >gy- 1v. within
November, 1939, complaint was made before the meaning of the Land and Pc. It. a
the !;!rlc:: ,I1ned District Commissioner, One/ C-!ili:, n.. I --Chapt--r 2;4 of the Cour ---11-L.lteel
~of HI-I Majest\' JuI-i;,- r the 1'.lu:- in and Laws, 1024- an n .i1~ I .i at this day, to n it on
for the said Li.l-on ~..1 F-: i31 Honduras, for the I-,clh 0.i\ of December, 1939, at Pulnts
that the Estate of Joseph E,. Garbutt being/ Gorda t-hie parties If ie si;.. al-~l:-ar before me
tb=- owners o f certain land to wit, five acres the undersigned District Commissioner but the
Jsituate at Punta F! lie, and within the juris- said Estate of Felipe Mrariano although duly
dictionr of the i Irt .1I..' ..- 1_1.1 and do still called Lt:1~1 not appear by themselves, their
u, i.-:t to pay arrears of 'Iv:;~. on such land ( o~n-?;l or Attorney, and it is now satisfac-
snt!;-r than land in a town in the T.,~iel.. Dl-- t...cil-, proved on oath, t;1:st the said
tn rt amounting 'to 3 i To for thle years I .I. -- - 4~.... Estate of Sr-ti e .I. .i.:hii:s the meaning ofthe Laand thlnand Property location three times in the Gazette in
Tax rir..hninr.: :---Ch !.1.:.-c 24 of the Consoli- accordance with ;:!i~... 29 (C) of Chapte~r 24
dated:r~ Laws, 1921; and now at this day, to wit, of the Co;!-a !1-. --h-1. Laws, 1924, has been ull-t
.-ga rthe I-=l ch ay of December, 1to -I,. at Punta served with the summons in thi- lichi-L;; whjch~
;1 i. the is~lrti1:- aforesaid pp.':.:' before me required them to be and appear here at this
the undeslin ,Q-!.trict..59,asu~li~-; s..u:r but the day before such Justices -dt rthe Pac:;~e for the
said Estat Js 8 i''L 4 arbut-t alth..th said Colony as sh-w!l..i now be here to answer
dub- all th noit aPue:-a- Ms thrL1--4 th-ad1npan n to be flu ir dealt w\ithL
their Co ,o tone... anog t-acrdu2t>ar.a. ohvncer hmt
i.nct E s ta te of Joseph E. I art-u~tt ; I: !; Estate :.1 Fel:p..i- Mariano to pay to the Clerk of
Its publication three times in the Gdul~Ic threCourt at PuntaC .sla thetsumof gocents
in accordance with section 29 (c) of C'haply~r fnr~rho !th, and also to lazy! to ther said Clerk
24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has bl#, 'oft the- iortll the sum of Two Dollars fo~r costs
dul:l; served n i~ih the summons in ius, 'othalf in thi;- behai;llf, and if the several sums be not


~dl~B;i


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; BRITISH HONDURA.S IGAZE.TTE 33


p~aid Inthraii\th I heird,~: order thajt the s~ame No. 15y7, i 1:; . :.
hl e; le:-b: '! donewt- and eale of thei was and~l 3 a1 ,. ..~ ; ~!~:
chatehof he aidE ~atof sli.; Iann"Chajpi. I_;.-C..n<~I. Laws, 1924l.
Give~tt under my hand and seal, thi- I~tih K.1.-or~rder for Pa! lmet of hlone tor be
da-'- 6f ~detim~ber I ift the- vear our Lord in ..I:I Levied by Distr-ess and in D~efault ofr
at Punta Gorda in the Coloya:rl:.Distress Imrpr~ijonmetnt.


DI:. -*,.. Commissioner, T:lv:1n: District,
Toledlo.
EEi IT RE.11E11MEREL)I~i tha;t on thie 6th
No;~c~lr y enthe :rt a;my.L.'it was made before
- - r~the undersiicuned- Di-t -kic Commissioner One of
H-is XIa~jestI-'s insti:- I11 the Peace in and for
No. -J. the. <:id iCol..ny! of! TEtlhh Honduras, fori that
the Etate of Ped.ii;- 4;..:11a 1.einar the owners
(114..;:.-Cos.Lws~f1.of certain land to i:.. 20 acres situarte' at
Punta I:I-~r.rri and ;- ithini t::in;r;i hettion of the
K 1.--O3rdert~ forr Payme:t ntof Money to b~e ;C,:.art did nek, t~i~ and do still neglect tl; payi
Ler-ied by+ Ditre.i-is andl in Defauilt of arrearsof'iax:- 01 such land other thanlanrd
D1ist ress Im pr~crionmenIt. in a town in the Toledo District an.u ai ~tin g! to
90 cents for the years r937 to 19.40 ''irtitin the
I\ITSHHiNp,-AS T WT.meaning of thei Land and Prop <:rt!- 'Ts o`rd-i-
f ..!:-1~i-, i ti:.to*. and now at this day, to ni it.'an thc 1=.th~
day of December, I939, at Punta G~-rad:! thle
BE IT` K~~:!:1R'm:dER D thatl on the 6th parties aforesaid appear bllow~r me the under-
November, 1939, complaint was made before .:1;0-.1 IDi-ri!:t i.. .!::3..-;l.r crl but; thad_ said
the utidersigned D~i Met~r Commissioner,s ~ne of r -:t.:ri of Tci-.0an 5i~ !! ..lthou b; L duly called
His hl~it~i-t 's Justices of the Peace in .ian.1 i -1 doth not .1.:ppe r by ihe m-.l e-<; t heir i.-.unr-t l,n r
the said Colony of B~ritl b onlor: J.,hn~i W. Clolman being the owner of on --.atll that rby; said Estate of Ped-lre. So\itla
certain land to \: ii 16 acres situate at i'u~nta by i~ts pui.le-sti .0 threE times in ther Gazette in
1-ewas: Lagoori and :with~in the- jurisdeition of -...c..r..lu:l!cr with section 29 (c) of Chaspter :.4
thle Court uni neelec1-t and doi still neglect to of the ~~~l..na.i 1.1. .-:I Laws, 1924,~ ha- 1.een luly
pay arrears of i'.,:-:- on such land other than -cI .,d: with tr--c summonls in this behalf 1. hich~j
land in a town in the Toledo District amounting required t-h,--m to be and -l'--.- ... here at tI-;
to 0~I.. cents for the- searr ill,;---.p. ; !ihiu the d.!y before metC Juisitice ofthe fem.r'B:e for: the
meaning of the Landr .ind Prol.r!z!.--rti Ta Outil- '.l.1 Colour. as ~l~~:.mld nrpj b he~r.- to: auneer
n;ine:r--- Ch apts:, r 24 ..f th.- Consolidat---:1 I.ali ,. th sal; i d compllalint lan.:1 tn 1.,e furtherr de-alt wilth
1924; and now at this day, to w~it, on II ith. 0.0 Iex~~..lr .9,;7s li- 3.1 n..i\. hai.ing heard the
December, 1939, at Pun-ta Glorda th.- II.rtli i near;--s.!.! "he r -.I i. co d~:!!'i~ri Id adlr'j udge the
aforesaid a..> sc~~ before nie the un.1, Pi-ln.l -1 .asI F-tttat- I-f P'c.1r... Sc.iil.! t.. pis to-~ the ilerk
1sotr ict Commissioner but the said John W. / f the CLir I'urt at. Punta Gorda the sum of nine~ty
Coleman although duly 1:3lka, doth not L\live Ir cents i e:t~hi; tita and also to' paIL t.*l th~ s:1.i l
by-himself, his Counsel, or Attorney, .Ico..i !t I;I' l!e k: of the c' u~rt thle sum of 'Ti\ !-, D...11.1ri lear
now sa~tisfact-orily :pr.. eel c~ih oath, that the /costs in thi~s t~ilb..if and if the -t\-c!..*1 sums be
said John W. C.1. au lrin by\ its publication not paid forthwith I hereby order th at the
three times in the <;..:. G'. in accordance same be levied by distress and sale of t he
Si section 29 (.1 of ih..plti" 24 of goods and chattels of the said Estate of I'cdro~
the iCii.-.! l ate-1 Laws,' Izil4, has been st illa-l,,.
tl.. !! served with the summons in this behalf
which r- Il.ired him to be and appear here at Given under ino hand and seal, t~hi Iath
this day before such Justices of the Peaicec for day of December in the -.lr of our Lor!d 19 9g
the -a-i 1 Colony as 1-h---l.:1 now be here to at Punta Gorda in the C~i. ln~ aforeeaid.~ ?
answer the said complaint and to be (un'a~c! ;:
dealt with as:..r..10.2 ; to law; and now having E. O. B3 BAR W
heard the matter of: the said complaint, I do .
.a11udec the said John W. Coleman to pay to Toledo.
their i-rkof the Courtl~ at Punta Gorda the
sum of go cents to~rth!:iith,. and also to l.,.i' to --- -i
ther said Clerk of the Coul.rt t he sum ..~t Two
Dollars for costs in this 1,Is..1f.li and if the No ps.
several sums be not I'-;1 1 t''rlhu ith I h~ereby 4 .
order that the same 'i.et ki\:-c d by dli-tress and i'hap T1. o a-I2.
sale or the goods: and chr~attels of .the said
John W. Coloman. K 1.---Order fo:r Pa?ment M~~'ioney to be
Leviebd by Distrte in Default of
G~i\-n under my h~andl and seal, thi- reStthday Distress Impris
of December In thie year of ouur Lor3 r137 at GRITISH H!.NDURAS,.i~ TO iT~l:
Punta Gorda in ti-e Cc..!...cy safrc-aid.
T::lclled Distll t.
E..O,O B, ~FA.R.R RY\\, j gE IT! R~:h;~EE.IHIBENED' that on the Ilth
DW.':';uI Commissioner,|, .-,m I~er:l, 1 0 complaint was made befdrei
Toledo, 'Iteuceke itu oin laeOeo









3-1.BRITISH* HONDOR~lAS G 6iYTE


Crhk IN-;trict :ibetuer inl the to. 0 uof Sti~nn
Creek .' '. It:. '.. :'::ro No. 7
*aDec. 5, Ir;,,--.:1NE(FI..A TicARDONA-
t ctc a Creek i- ta in situate in the town of
Stann C~ruck. 5 Iithl side .. Lot Nio. 560I


T:.lean~- District, situate in the 0 Ha er of Bar-
ranco; belinglot ormerily:!held on 1.:; by'lgna-
cio Ni~Lcholas .. Lot No. 138


c~:l.l District, situate in the l!ilk.geL of Re~c-
cocs .. ..Lots Nos~. 136i & 137

*D~ec. ~:, myg,--JU~LIA LOPIFEZ---Toledo
Dbritrict., dituate in thei town of Punta Gorda;
i~te;ng lo:t now held on lease by appl-licjrnt
Lot No. 393

***Janz. 9, *4.~ --I:.INCIS; B. MARTINEZ
-T7oledo~ li r I..t, situate in the tow~n of Punta
rnada .. '.. Lot No. 593


_ _


His Ma.jes t !'s Justices of the Pr ace in and for
the said ~cobo-ur of B~rltt-h li-indu~ra-, for that
reorge~:- 111'liaalUi Ij.in. the ~owner of certain
1land tr. w it, acres situate at Pun~ta Gord4a
ani!'~tlitin'the Jurialkt~ir Ath aPlloCurt .id l
neglect and dA6 still ne:1.:~lc~ t t vi- arrears of
Ta~xes on sulch land other thlrl land in a town

the years Ir1,7-?Jo within the meaning of the
LCand and PlopPerty Tax Ordinance--Chapter
24 of the C'ooiim$;.cidte Laws, 1924; and now
att- tis day, to witC, on !te !sth December
193~, at; Punta Gorda tht parties aforesaid
appEear be~fore me the uslltr;icl ~ 001 iarjr:

although du~l called doth not a p<-ar~L by him
-elf, lus iCouu-eli, or Attorney, n-1 sti is now
eat;-irfactoril\ .,1 nvied on I-.ch that~ the- said
Geor~g. 11illlian:-- by its publlicatin:~l three
times in the Gazette in 3irccordance~~ nlth
section 29 (t') of Chap~lter 24 of"h.
Consolidalted: Laws, 1924, has been duly
served wnith the summons in this behalf which
required himn to be and appear here at th~i- day
before such Justices of thec- Peace for the said
Colony as shuldljl now be here to answer the


said complaint and to be further dealt iith
secordinug to la1w; and now Latn\u heard thei~r
rtattecot the said cempla~int. I dll.10 I!dia e the --
.said rOe age, \\illianui to ;ay to the Clerk of
the iCourt 3t Punta Gordol the sum of .-..~ TO PURCHASE.
fai~thw~ith1, and Ti1<. to I''! to the said clerk
of the Co~urt the sum of Tlwo D.- liar- for costs *Nov. 11, I13.1e--SA~TURN~IN.1 L..'F EZ--
in t his Lbehlf and if the several sums be not st anuCleck TD-t irk situate in thes town of
paid forthn\ith I huxlccl! order that the same Stanurei k.. .. orNo43
be le\-idL by distress and sale of th~e goolds andl .
chattels of the sid Geiorge \\lliatus~. **Dec~. I, Ig.:1-A.R TITU.R COLTllL4N\--
( Tcledo~: I.litrict~. sLtratei ;;: thelc left ascend"ing.'
Given under mly lin-1 and seal, thi- 15th/ Tut.. Branch, Mo-nkeyl Riiver, No~lrth? byCronu
day oi Dcember:~~! in the year of our Lord 1939 land, East by the river, South by coner rs land,
at PntaGorla n te Clon afresid. West by Crown land; being land formerly
E.. O. B. B3ARROW, e~ased. to Der.:c, S. rGlleman .. 20 acreS


L .S


*Dec. 18, i- y -I-- ET'HE: L P AC KE R-Stann
Creekr District. -!-tuatei in the Carib Res~erve.
North by block No. ?334 Eiast by! bliockr Nn.
342, 4-uLth by block Noc. 336j, 11'rjt by block
No. 327; being block No-. 335 .. 5 acres
***Du. F.0 IgN-ELIZA\BETH FLOWERS
--Stan Crieeh District, wituaite onllthe ileft as-
c~enc-ing Nru~lti Stanu Cr!~eek, Narthi by land
occup:1~;rie by F;. ]L. Scun. East by 11;1! app~li.-3~
fo~r by\ L. Evelyn. South by land "(- Ll agggy as
Cha~rks Flowers, WE-ct by land applied for by
j. Edwards .. ... ., 10 acres
*Dec. 22, Igys~-ll'ALTER P~.:LnMMER-
Toledo~ District, .mituaite on the: right ascending
'I'emaSh Ri\-er, North by land pleased tol T1hom! s
Fuentes, East by Crown 13lan, Snuth~i by cronn~
land, West :by Crown land; being a portion of
'o acres now held on lease by appi~cant
30 acres
*Dec,. 22, Ifrag-NOR BER(TO YC!LE~ISIS--
Cs!n District, situate on the right ascending
the 11-esten Branich, Belize Riirer, North by
b~lock; rNo 336, East by the river, South by
b~liock iNo. 33 \\'est by\ road reserve and th~e
Frontie~r line; being block No. 33y-formerivr
leased to Francisco Yglesias 50 ajcres


District Commissioner
Toledo. '


No. 59.


Sarvey Departmens'


Bels~e, so January 19.!0.

LAND APPLICATIONS.
APPLICATIIONS in con~nec7tion w~ith Crowpn
~Lands aire notilled~ in thle Goivernmen l Gawre .for
the purpose of' qiving any person an o~pportunity
of making any repreem~l~ation to this ofiice in
relakign! to any such npplircation.
$_uch applicatio~ns ni;l be inserted in at least
thit separate issues of the Ga:c:eie before tihey
will be dealt with by the G~overnor, so that appli-
cants ilrist~ be! prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

ByJ Order

:-,-. -G.. S. BUSBY,
Acting Director of Surveys-


.1 , I*5**Dci. 23,' 1939i-ISAB~ELLA IHEGO--
Stann Creek District, situa~te on the rights as-
TO LEASE. cr-nding North .tanu C~reek, NPorth by land.
applied for by J. Ewnlug. E~ast bit road reserve
*O i. zc7, Tri39--RO\IAN~ MAXSIMOi- Stun n and land occupied bry A. Vanrie, South by
CreeksDistric~t, situate in the town of Stann Not Stau CreWs yNrth Stan
Creek .. ..Lot No. 229 Cr~eek. a. .1p








BRITISH- HONDURIAS GAZETTE 3


land,;1 lie--t by serioust l Nos. y,~- and 40; being
Secti.:r. N.: 44 .. .. 18 acres
*I.in" 3, I94o-MIII-WILIAM3. MA5KALLG-
Belize District, situate on the DE:lize-ilrov~al
it.a.: at.." mieNorth 'I? Cran nl land, and
land ,rnuited to Etheni-lan Chan~!, East by tbe
road, Nr~uth by land granted to betumc~ Lopez,
West by Crown I us. . .. 10 acres
*Jan. 3, I940--NINA A. ST.\INT------BElc."e
District, situate at Rockstone Pcl:n!:1 Cohune
l'i 140, North: by land formerly granted to G.
i: i!ly, East by land granted to TI. E. Tiamo!~nd,
:uth by road to Rockstone 7E.nd~. West byv
land r.;r-inte to W. H. Vernon; being 1:.il.l for: m-
erl~rate toki~erhaAvi~x .. 20I acres
**Jan- 9, Ig940-GEORGE A. GICLOTHE~--
Belize District, sitnate at Rockstone Pondl~
Cohune R id;,c. N.. ~It 1. by land granted to James
E. W.iituarn-; 'East b~yland 4:. ntli.1 to Wi5nuie
York, South by land granted to Irene L~.-ell,
?'.'it by Crown 1.m.1 1.la-2; Section NoI. Lof
formerly granted to .\;i? Lewiis ed.
10 acres

**Jan. 9, Il,!--lrET~~i? F1:% PiNKS--lEclize
District, situate on the left J.;-ce-n~lhei Hau~lr]-\--1-r
Creek, Belize River, North by the creek, East
by Crown land, R..o h~ by lands granted tcrJ.
C. Card, lyest by road reserve and Crown land;
being land 1.= mir llyrl granted to applicant
9a1. 3r. 6)p


LEASE CANICELLED*
M.P. S.G- 3608-16--JOHN REYLES--Stann
Creek District, situate- in the Carib IRl-..ile.
10! ncres (block: No. 594). Owing to the

vbtj~.S.G th kI - Lili R-rC---Toed
District, situate in the town of P'unta Gor1ds.
Lots Nos. 466 and 469. At the request of the
lessee.



LOCATION TICKETS

CANCELLED.


.:co-k D:-triit situate in the Car~ih Re-~.crv.
5 acres (block No(. 5j.34. P~os n..n-loi!-ment
of them inl iul.!lns:0-t.
Al.P 0 R-6TRANCI\TTTO I* re -001 ---4
T.:.1,.S.l r i-trict. irL:tuat at `7:i-..ac Branch,
li-leik.*l. River. "0 acres. F'or non-paymenS
of tin- third instalment.

St.mmi~ C`I-rk 111 tlrict. siL~tut 1..0? the t. tann
CreekRailnny. 1 acres. Fox ..-p
nic!! .n( thec third ir~r.-tlmncltt

1:11I-'I 8 i er~.t. Itut 1 ! 1 il c- !jht azcenriin g

p~r n/.:ar-payment" ofi the thirdj uncin..:nl-t.
Mr P. D, ~~Ji-Sk-c: 5LOnh~~ 4 \lUcHAM:i-lP---
Talll-..lo, istri66 sflei jedn
.comey\ Braneb, MIo - IB acre~s.

he# 0 I;6-EWTttC~ORN rN--
Tedo ili-tric!! estuate on tb~e left >.ndc~iing
Sladenl Exauc~h. M;OnkEe!- R.1-er. 10 acres
(block No,. 41). Foir n~~lon-payment of the
l first instalment.


*Dec. 29, 192.g-P:E ETE H.'RR~I;- --BEh!.:e
IObtrict, situate on ther !ii.ht a u-nclini:_ E~ch:-
River, near Double H-ead C.l1.1 ..ge. North by
!- r\. n land pinjie ridge), East 1 y- road reserve
and land leased to E. :\J~lrlidd:t; Southri FT ln??
granted to Eunilnnelr ~~~ Jones, Ter-t'~ ~La rm, \
lad([n rd ..) I cr,
*Dec. 30, 1939--ALF RE 1~ E. CAR I1I-
Corozal 16,t~rictr eituate Ii.pr-.:i: lt.li' t one
mile~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ sot f h ll. .. urec cl.
by land leased by Carlo Cruz, Ea;lt by land
leased by Jacob Mora, so o;.th by land leased by
Lionillo Blanco, \~'. <. t y !.::i-i -.:.1 by Lorenzo
Castillo .. .... 13u~. Or. 3?p.

District, situate approx-imatclly one I1:.;!- 5,uih
of the Valll-l::eo of rren;-;.r ;rth by land ap-
I'h-1d for by M:~i.i.11~ c... Mr..-, East by land
applied for 1. C: I!;;.. hifu n..: and land leased
by Fabian r -all.. ..ail; by land leased by
Tiburcio D~iaz, West by !ibc Camino de la kr..-,\
T el:h .. .. .. 9a. 1r. 7p.
*Dec. 30, :.I- --.-'- T'iRO CRUZ--Corozal
Distrl-:t. situate approximately half a mile
sc-~uth- of th.- 'lil's.~. of ;:.at: ..ji North by
land leased by Bernaldo Rodriguez, F: i-1 by
land leased by OM.li:- Ilc-re~z. l.urb by land
leased by Leonardo Cansino, ill-t~ by tl-l
Rancho Road .. .. 10 acres
*Dec. 30, c.*--il L LOCK-
Corozal District, situate :a .pi.,:;iion st. h one tune .
-.~:auth of the '. ll. :~ of 31! t ue~ja. `.-.rthl by land
leased by Teodoro Rodriguez, East by the
Rancho Road, ..~~lh by land .0...0..1- for by
F~la.:ue... S$osa West by land :-;.pllized for by
F~~lor,-ne;-- Sosa and Cerzil Munoz Sa. 2r. 1p*

Corozal District, situate ar..-1..t- tre
quarter of a !nubl ut;l~! of te1i,..tr n-

b an lesda 1- ,i i~ir :;il.-. '~uhb a d
applied for by '.arm-nr Canul, West by the
Camina de la hi. -. Tunich .. Sa. 'rc. ,U 'I..
*Dec. 30, '.,- -?.i'RC EID:~ RIi_~.-R-Corozal
District, situate .!llrsedmar~t--l y 1! l:~- south
of the1 'liu.: of I;artenelj:.. I; N.rthl by land leased
by Abraham Ja~. .%-, East by lar:.Il.g!gh..1~ f' r by
I-rim.i.~ Castillo and Crown 18.1~~, ;.Iuth by
Crown land, West by land leased by A4braham
Jacob .. .. .. . 10 acres
*Dec. 30,1 939---':R1 4PINO WI'r.R.L-Corozal
Trn-tr~ir situate -ni~iroximately ifi I miles i-out!'
of the \~:!'.I *: of S !i anj i Nea.~ thl by land leased
by Bernaldo Alamilla, East by Crown land
PSi.:uth by Crown land, West by land leased -by
Bernaldo Alamilla and Eucatio Perez
13a. Or. 26p.
*Dec. 30,Ir939-PR ANuCISCO lo -DrRlI. T'FZ
--Corozal District, situate ;ly r= .ximat:!ely ( mile
south of the 1 luge~l of :~iI-art I .. :T r tht by land
leased '-ia- T.1.upcu i~ .!I ii..nan East bv 1and leased
by Carlos Cruz, :'-..-. thi by land leased by Lorenzo
Clastillo, West by the Ran!?~h:h. R. 3!i 6a. 3r. 35p.
*Dec. 30, I'i --,*-F`s. .RENCIO SOSA-
fooa !itit no uatcliI' :lt-! I~ 1 e
appl,~ilid for by \\ 'lhai Lock .7nd Cercia, Muno. ili
East, by the Rancho Real.~i So~uth b-y landi lsea .:!
by Lorenza Castillo, West !by land leased by
Tibu<.is Di;. .. 19a. Or. 5p.
*Dic. 3'-,; y-HMI ~RlT-
Belize Diriric~t. situate at Rockstonle Pond
Cohkine Riger. North by! road reserve and See-
tion 4x, East by Crwnn land, Soulth; by irus?\a










36 BRITISH HONDURASS GA~ZETTE


Consolidated Lawys, I 04~.





A.--Summons to a Dtlfen.Julnt uponvl an
Information or Comp~ri]lairt.


Toledo District, situate on the ch~ht 3-mend~ing
M->nes i:Tr, 1 acres. For non-payment
of the f ir instalment,
M.P. D.S, I...---J.;nME. R. -.Itl`.'l AR11.---
TIeled.,~ Di-- t~r ~i t ,it ua on the 1. ft ascending
Supe~ r Dranch, 3G..nk.=;:- Ri -!. 20 acres.
Fo'~r rl.u-l....e !inent of the~ first instalment,
M.P. 05 I*-TRA s.\ F
Tfoledo District, situate on thc !,t: .i 0~!~!..18 i
Stee- Banc, Ma'ac- R at15 ictes.
Por non-!I~Il-la lnen of the -first instalment,
MI.P. Dl. I -LUSAl.1 .-'e-e."
District, situate on t! ill kft ascending the larn. ..
Gorda-San Antonio ~.l.1. If5 acres. For
non-payment of t he first instalment.
MI.P. D.S. 1339--DC' .\L DPRA I'.i T--T .lcl1:.
District, situate on the ri;lbt -.-nln t
Punt i~c~u-C. Uit.1i Rad. 0 ares.
F~.nI non-!-;ly:nentl of the fire instalment.

D,;tr!.:t. Situate on the right a-~...co..lin.. th.e
Puarl a G:.r-hi-Columbia Road. 20 .acrres
For no~n-i1.:s mentl~ of the first instalment.
M.P 04 .---I-6 fWLI <
Toledo District, citu..ite- on tjle rizh;lt J-recriuing:
a PntoGora-c:.uadu R.... 0 acres.
For !! !-ipas mentl of the tar-1 instalment.

C!;:k Distrief, situate at I; .rth! 'o ann-Creek.
28 acres. i-:-, nl~- 0 perment of the t t instal.
plent.

District, situate on the left ra-cen-!lin.. ~1~~-
Brranch Monkrey R!.-_. 20 ;:cIrt s bi lc~e k No.
407). For noi-1(.-:!- meet of th~ iilrst ;u til-
ment.

DtIl let, situate on the right ascending Golden
Strta:.r. 15 acres. Owing to the death of
the se~tth.I.
Ml.P.. D.S. I4.I0..--WTILLIAi 3H. ELA~il,-
'ioledo Di triit, situate on the right ~send-ing
M~ane: il-c. 1 acres (part of block N~o.
38). At the requlest of thle -,ttler.


Cronsolilidated ~Laws, 1924.

Srim~rar furiksdiction. i'hapter r 178.

A.--Summorns to a Defendantr upon an
Iniformaition or Comlplaint.

BRITISH HI:N:ITRA-1\., TO1 'IllT.

To Owneurr or Owners

Lot No. 227 situated on Prince St ~ret, bounded
on the N..~rtll by p:rrlverl't!''' of Mry Jane
SH!-de. South by I'rin~e street, Easit by
prope;'rt? of Wm. Grant, Ive-~t. by property
of Mlr-. Johnii Staiin of 72eize.

W'HERE.\S Comrnpllint hsth th~is day been
made t'- th. unidel~Sige oeofHs aes>
Justice-; Ii thel Peacile in and for the said~r Colou.\-
of Britishi Hou~dur~g, for tht you Owneur or
Owneits be u~e owner wit'hin the meauin'4
of chap~1terj C of "The ConsoiJltidae Las,
I'e-4" of lan in the townu of Bl~rize did- neglect
and dole still neglect to pay' the Tax due on
such land for thie \.ear-- I1'3-40: amou-l.ntlng to
T\\enty dolilairj whic h the sald Towr\n Clerlk now
seeks to recover, under Se..tiion 3..' of the said
Ch3pttr.


The!--e are theircr'ase, to command you in His
31le-l~t!'s name to be and **;-ie-per ->n thei Ml~th
day of Janua~r , 1940, at nie'c-th;'rt o'eil . the fci..~rew.. at the l.1icel Court at Emb~lee
1:.el.-;r.. such Justices ..f the~ I'ea~ic for ti-~ said
Colony as may then be !ib. :e- to answer to the
said c

Giv~en under my land and seal thli- 22nd day
of December in the -. I.ui of our Lord one thou-
sand nine hundred and th~ire:.-:,ih e at Belize in
the Colony aforesaid.


11'- '-"-
_LHu.- .1!. i. th, I. it:


L.S.


On\\uer Or C O LCL.rs


Lot No. 227 situated on Prince t~r-t.t bounded
on the :..ri.h by p-r 'l-o:rtl of Ma~ry Jane
Hl.:-k, ...uthll 1.7 Prince Street, Easte by
pjropelst0.!',-.. \U Glran;t. West by I'et
of Mrrs. i\ho~ Sl;tae of Bclize.


made to the ~lilliundei ned ne of His Ma~jrr t!'s
Ju-!iI-- of the P'eacei in .!rl le~ the_ said c`o lo~n\
of British Honduras, for tha~t yolu:.eing~ the- o;ne-
er within thc men~ring~ of the Be~lize- FueI~ Bril.-sde
Ordinance, o~f Chapter~c .i>..... of~ the Canllr!iar-ldtd
Laws, I1-.e-1, I-f I~lan.1 ia the~ town or Belize did
neglect: and does rtlll nelc-lct to pa.\ the F~ire
Ra~te on uch lands for the years 1:,, -40

tthe iaid- To~wn Clerk now seeks to recover,
unller Sectilsn 28 of theBlite Fir Fire Erijadee
Ion~lnance aforesaid and Sic~tllnl 30 ofi th~e
Tciwns Properr ty T.-~ :x O!ir inlnce at l p'!Et. r 134
of thie Conso~:l~cutcs-i Law~s, I:i04-.

These are thrleaic~re to~ command you in Hiis
JIalel-t 's nattle to be and at~l'ar onl th!e z~th

the fo~renaoo at the Pu~.lice Court at Belire
before such Justices of the Peaice for thle Said
Colony as may ~lthe be thre~r to answer to the
a~i-1 complaint andr to be further dealt w~ithl
Ic~co~rd-Ine~ to law.

C7ilenr under my hiand and seal, th~it 22nd
day of\t Detccmber in thei y~ear of our Lord one
tho~unl and nine hundred anld thirty-ninec at
Btli.e in the Cosl-any aforesaid,

W. H. COUr~RTIEN AY'
.4cin .1ai~eal, elte S.B









BRITISH HONDUlA4S GAZETTE 3


In the Suplreme ca I;,~ t oht d.
I Iner31 l Rei-tr. ,
E'eli In t10- Goods of Bli'lT!I'H~l' GEIRGE
STEPEHEN:~ late of fDch.li .,.k.-?lr
deceased.

Ithe.ih;~~..i- Est -t, has been made by I-.-abella



in general, are ~1. rd.~\- I.;il t *~ showr cause on
or :..efuse! Mund;.li- th<- 'ith day of February,
1940, why such letters should not be granted

A. O. L~ONGSWORT'lH.






LIGHTING HOURS
In accordance witrh No. 10 of the
Bes-Lasn-Chapter 118 of the Con-
sorl;Jidat Laws, 1124--made by the
Town Board of~ Behize under the pro-
visions of th2 Belize Town Bioard
Olcllna~ce No. 12 of the Reg~ulat o~ns
made Ib:-; the Governor in Council
under the su t!-or hi of Section 8 of
the hiolor \eulsOrdlnan.-e--
Chalpter 62 ,jf the Conlsol:;dated Laws,

must be carried on all vehicles during
the under -mntio~i~ned hours in the
month of
SJANU~ARY, 1 la.

61.20 P.M., to 5.45 A.M.A


H..H.CRAIG, TownrrClerk,




-GAZ ETTE

Subscription Rateis.

The Gazette will-be lu.ppied to sulb-
cr:ibers st the ratc of 5-1.001 for the
ca;lendar teur, payable in adlance.
ll lubsc~riprons expring on 31 1 De-
~cmrbeIr.

Sing~pe ~copies4 w-i b~e scddi il 15 ceni?"'
each.

atres #or Non,-Officialr ''icr

Furst ft Wr nh
sinlgle columns.

Second and eters so ~t
.i tion of the jsame nsbJcad
inch. single column~. 1 .-sl


7 !;.: Treasury,
B~.,':.*, 3 Janusary 1940.


NO~TICE.




PjE~~r .uN4 li Th!.: to pay Income Tax~ are
reminded that they are reti~re.1 to file returns
of their incomes in respect of thre year,ending
3Ist December, I. .*,. on or half-i-; tli 31st

2. Return =; 1.i e~!-nl1. ofslres c.
should bu i'r!a:l.rie. ttl thle Income Tax D:ianelp
(Tr-:el-'.ry.! not later than ?hrr ;r-t arch,I940.
3. In th!- case of any person carrying on
business, a c-rtifi..d- ;-ws of the Fr-ofi & Loss
Account and In lance- ilhet should acmay
the- return.

4 All returns, &c., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income T'ax Dr such
(Tle.l;..011;, Beh-:-, or to the Il;ttlet Commis-
sioner in an out-district, ire-inl whom the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.
5. Failulre to file etu~rus w;ith~in ther time
prec~rir,,l by law to prosecution without further warning.



A. WOLPP''ESOHN T
Income Tax Commissioner,


+


~II ,INDU~R AR.l I940.


MaEgistrate's *,i *-,

Belize, 19 l~r., "** .' To i..

LA~ND FOR SALE.

In accordance with ;,eetic~n '. (I) of CL 11~lt-r
24 of the i.0-ll h a.:1c: ]Laa-. Top~. the land
described hereunder will be ..ner....l ior sale at
pubbel auction F~rida.: the 26th Janual~rl-, I94o,
at a p.m. at the Couslrt House: -

"All that lot piece or Ipar.:el ...f larnd situate on
theL Ed.;irei River i:..-lin: a l"'-rd..n; I.,f th~e estate
known as Luc) Patnett s andii 1:--:**.icl.:.1 as fol~
lows:-oan the~ No~rth by Belize River, on tl'"
East by a line run due south from a point on
the Belize Rh ?-r 5:ppr..xima Itel:: zoo ft. above
the mouth of E I.ie k Creek to >i u= e Is Creek, on
t hecSouth by Muscle Creek and on t hcWest by
a ha -~ run duel south to Mu~-cl!e Creek from a
point on the left bank ;a-cnc~r-ing~ Belize Ri\err
3pprT,rbutely ha~1. lfl a mile ~-.p-hanu; from the
S500 acres *

Plan may be seen at t he O:rffkce f the I ,irecitO r
of Sun\c-eys at an7 time durbi; business hours, i



Acting .V/,r istrate, B,r: :c.j


No. 60.
BREIf lSH





















38 BRITISH HONDUR.AS GAZETTE


No. 63.


MI i. 01190.


No. 61.


MI.P. ..~ ;-


L.... :., 20 ,,7...m~., ...- 1940.


"TEN"DERS FO~R RAIILWAYii 3LEEPERS.

TENlr- i'94 are inclt ~i for th.- purchase of
Old 6.1 Icl;ca from the ? as1: Creek Railway, in
lots~ :at .5-

stacked at the :Rj~~~T ardl Ind a f~rtherr
I5,ooo will become as 1\1.~;.ie at the rate of about
4,ooo a ?....nth as they are removed from tl~e
track.
Th-li- 5!kelet-; .ill be sold as staked in the
Ra3il.*,a. .ard at Stan~ Creek and purchasers
must bear the cost li loading and removal.
Tenders should be enclosed in sealed en-
velopes, giving no .in-hea~tion! If the identity~oi
the T.- a..ie c a. marked "Sleepers, Stann Creek
Railway," and be tldi\-red::l at the of~fices ~f thle
Colonial Secretary, Belize, notlater t han 4 p.m.
on 3il6~.0.13, yjth February, 19410.


Colonial Secretary's Office
Beliz~e, 19 Jai !:,il. 1940.

ADDENDTUM1.

With reference to N.. ti : No. r9 publ-li-Iie.1 in
rhe; (, :,,le of ti,:~ 6th January, rp--:~, under
PUrNTA GORIDA TOWN BORD~.\'~T r SI:ONAL) insert the name ''iri- Hon .cI.-be S. B.
Vernon' under the name "D, c. Wiltshire'
Esqulire .


M.-. co59.


No. 62.


b Belize, 20 January 1940.


E)J P UTY REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS AND


Th GI~icovernment does not ind~ it DEAT7HS. lth hi~lth-t or any tender.

His Excerlkney~ the Officer Administering th'e By Comnur J.
Governmnent has Ilpprovedrl of the appo;intmntcl
of M\r. Felix A. Molralesi as Deputy P~e;,l-nar of A, W'OLFF .OHN,
Births and Deaths at 410 Antonio, Cayo Dis-
trict, vcice Mr. P. A. Avila who hasi resigned~-. Acting Colonial Secretary.
Printedi by' the Gorernmenrt Printer.








































No. 5 BELIZE, 27 JANUARY 1940 Page 3j9


eS O ~~f D.--~si I] ~J


GAZ~E~p~ETT


BRITISH HtONDU RAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


Co~loria! Secretary's Office,
Beize-~ 27 Janzualry 1940.

The f:410mning particulart. rirljtine to appi::Int-
Inents, etc., in thle P~ublic Sen ~icei are pul..'liabed :
for general information.

E1- Commuand.



.:cting Colo~nial Secretary.


R.-;: 20 J1,n:rMay~ 1940

TENDERBi: FORf RAILWAY SL.EFPERS.

TENiDERS. are invited for tb- purchase of'


Approximately 5,000 sksisr: are already
stacked at the Railway Yard and a further
15,000 i- ill become av- ailall 1.. at the rate of about
4,ooo a n...n!thi as they are removed from the
track.
'!lTh sle.-prl' 1.1:! be sold as stacked in the
Ir.,iii ai Y~ard at ';t.mai Creek and purcih.;:I c
must bear the- cost of 1.udl~ius and removal.
Tenders should be enclosed in sealed en-
velopes, giving no indication of the i en!tit` of
the~ Tenderer, marked '"Ske;t~i (twoir Creek
Railway," and be sk bi\i~rete at i b. ( oficei ofC It he.
Colonial :;:cret Iry. Teli-l:, n\t L~ ,rer than 4 p.m1.
on M.n ia; 1, ,t:! February, 1940.
Thei ll. - II1in; ct does not ii~ n.1t .,10toa cicept
the highest: or ;n- tender.


M.P. 01647.


No. 64.


APPOINTRIlENT.


Commissioner's Office, i.: ol, to be an t.dr rfier
of Customs inotop.:jn-iu.~ nal Iti with effect
from I5th May, 1939- .
--------+-----

No. Eg. r M.P. 0091.

APPOINTM'RENT CONFIRMlED.

HARWO~OD, D. H1., Government Printer, .11'-
poinltmentl confirmed br.ll:. e feet iro:m rl;th


S... 6-.


M.P. an._

Belize, 23 J! '*0 t? I ')4n;


ORDINAN'* hC:E.

His Ex~eliti~cy th;IiE*O -terin;(: the
Governor nt ha.; been ;infb;r'9%~ler eb Se~ctreire
**f Stpte for~ the Cocloures t~~h BV~ajest~ n ill
no:t, be ad(\i-'-e to) rexecise f ~~power =:.f sh!--
J-ipbancet <-iil ih re- ...t to the- unde-~r-uiendonedl-i
Ordan~ancr:--


MI P. ol54o.


No. ric,.


EXTENSION OF LEAVE.


PIITTS, R. A., F~irst Cla; Clerk, Public Works
Department, vacation leave extended for 36 o 1 ~b 8 of 1939--An rldu aiinc.: to levy a WaTr
days n ith effect from 23:rdl January, 194u-. Surtax on Incomes,










4o BRITIScH HOND;URAiS GZETT~E


No e. .P. 0o2720, j app.. .~:-initm nits n c o u l h.;;-e been~ made in
the~ au2ttmlun had~ it uit been for the o:utblreak of
E. Ifet~i hthen. It has nOw eoey pn-sthr~- I~ll~~e f3r
BILL. TO BE PRiESENTIED 'TO ,THE :`i ir n-U'e Parlrm ~n and Sir Geo~ree Cater to,
LEGISLAT~IV\ E C:OUPC:IL. tokeC UP ;theirl neiw -I-lior....iahren pa rIt Febru-


11111


BILL PUBILISHED.D

C~he ~u n18rl -mle n t ic-~ne* Bill which is to be3 sub-
mitted to th? Legslative councl~iil, is p~ub~ili had
Ga~~~~~~~aI e n1 o msp rttes.f

A Di:ll entitledl an I.irdinanuce to. p iile fir~r


ment.

B\ Commalnd.

A. W'OLFFSOHN.
Actrine Colonr~! Secreary~.


No~~teinb<-r Carcular. Sav\ing. He-r Roya-.l High-
ne-;S Priinces Ruy~!Al hasl graci~U..! .u-ly caustgd to
b-comle 1:.atrorn olf thte SLadie- Co:unnlittec We~st
It~~ia ConIunlihttc~\leergich hei lxen.o. r up~ to~ carry
cjilt wa-r .se~dies of \'arrich~i l l~s ish: ,


reply to en*4.illrii fromrl one Cc.1c~;us regairding
transmission of .reift.- made by the~ 1.neal charli-
t-Lblir urgani-altio~ns. etc. th~roughll the~ rLadljie
Commritteet setL up Ly! thr: We-it Iwlli a C-alrnittree
f ollow~rin- is extract fromi~ le~tter1 trleum the Com-
mitterl Begin Wes.t IndiaR Cc~mmittt~ e
-tro:n!:11 recorrmmend that eitts and adll articles
ple1u:~~~ 1. hy thet Red~- Cross; and- I:thel r wo~rking
part;IC' Shuullld 'oe tranrmittt ed to: the We-t Indiai
Committee through on-i central o~rqjni;ti t~in in
the Colony as this wouldl: facllitrtte commnunic~a-
tionz bett-\rrle the Colony and thtnil-.elves. li est
TLurli3 Conulnittee~ are ahlead: no-rkin- inl c~lole

u.thcr cli-trib~utiig r...manisations. Eude. l ou
0111~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N. dobls berthcinmnd N uctionu
Ito pubbe'lcatio~n of extrjc~t if desiied-.



Chiap-. rb-5-Cou Laws, roa.4..

KZ 1.--Order for Payment of Tlfoney to be
Leviied by Distress and in Defaurlt of
Distress Imprisonmnwnt

BReITISH HO3NDURXAS TO W\IT:


.iihfe under-mentiLu;...nred BI!! thec full text ati
which nas publjlishc.1 with the~;,.G .te as shown
inl plrenthe;; w ill be presented at2 a fu~.rti-
c..ming~ ututiur, of the Legislative c':uncil aind
notification is hereby riven in narccrance n ath


No. 71.


,
"' -.5are:u.-1. > < it.- Reil:c 2 fourary 1940


A Bill entttled an (1Tridinanc to: amend tht
Summr Cnvitior Ofenc, orinace-RED, CROSS VORKi.
Ch apter 180 ofi t!le Ca:n o-lida~teJ~l. Is\~ ga4.

(P'ubts hed ini Gazet(c d at e..l rjth Jlauu ry-.I1:4 1.) tht Gazet~te o~f th~e. r1ecbe. l.Hi
ExscEllc~ue. tht Officer A.L.hnin~iust rin te Got--
,ertmment d~irects the 1..ublication.n fojr !ieneral
rhu,. 69. .M P... 2. o-~rm~at ion. of t;!e fi:ll~j~uwn tlerm rmte
Se~,crtreta of stnte- f...r the Col..uie-


By U.mmand.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
A th., Colonial Su.clarv.


No. 70.


MZP. oy.57.


APPOINTMlENTj lIN DOilflNIONS
OFFICE AND COLONIAL OFFICE.

SHi- Exec~ilency thc Olftee~r Ad~rainistering the
Vernmeint dijrcets the publlicationrr br geieral1
Toimi~tion. of the follow inq aunnonucernlcnt.

" LiBy Commland.



lr.w;l C.);llll. / 4iLre v1.


It wksj annun:1Lced on I Si Chm
Paknsn R E.. b~ad beenL BE IT' RFnEMIEMERED) that on the- 6~th
Selected~ for~r- :ermanent'lir view Novemb er 1930l, c'mpllaint wa~S made beft~ore
S;ecretar;- of ~r .Doqijnion Aiffirs in Site- the undlersignedl Di-trlct Commissioner, One of
c,~s:=1:n t-, S1twr wa d ardIng, G;.C~ A.G, HI-. MajeSt!lj Just;i-s of thet Pcace: in and for
K\.C.B., and that Sir Gesrge IGatec. C Ml.C., the said Colon: orf Prit!-h Hroudu!ras for that
D.S.O.. had bee~n fPelctCI d filT r l'in..Intment asBr~itiSh1 Honlducts Develo~pment CompanyFn being
Pe~rmanent U~nder ec~ccretarr y of Stat~e for the the ownner uJf certaini land to \\it. IX.5I3 acresj
Colonies in succesian to~ >.ir Co~-.ino~ Parkinson. ~situaIte at Sarsto~on River andl a ithin the juris-









BRITISH HONDUiRAS GAZETTE 4


diC'tionL of the C~ourt did necket~t andt do --till on .a~;th, th at the ,said Est.ate ;-f Santiago~
negkelst to p:a!y arreats of T.-xe~ s o such 1.2nd:l~ C ~.--k it; p~ublicath-n~r three times ini the
othe-r than land- in a town in thet 'T~..*ledo Dis- GaIrr,! lo .ice.,:;,!idance r\Iath section :;( o
tri~ct amo~~utntin to: .= I; ". forl lthe year lay.:1-- Catr: :-t-CnsldtdLn. i4

Tas rjrl.:iiussCi---Chapll~i t 1 o thc Conso;~:li- 1..ehal~l Tihich] rt-luited! them-l to bet anjd 3uspe~rr
datd Lns 194,andnc.. t ti ay~o it. he~rlt at this d\ iv bfo:re such Ju-stices *.r the
on the; 15th dayil. Ie D-cicmbe~lr. r1..10:, at P'u tar Pea~ce f-f.r the 51ai-:1 iol:n\ as shol:uldl n.l: be
GCordla th~e p~~tie- ailoreri-tll appea;;r beforre~ me here to~ answrc- the- aid~ c`..mpilaint jand tr b~e
the ounle-r igne... DIs~trilt c .ulmussio:ar r but :th ilurth~r: dealt I\ ith accord:;I~ine tolaw ,~\ andl ~j(no

although duli- called- :1I1 do :th nollt~~ apper themr- I do~ ,itd Judgei the ski~..l Estat r I-f C~:amia o Cok
selve-~. their Lounsel, or A~ttorney:. ndit i; nate. to pay to the Clcrk; of the Clourt at P'unta
EatijdactorilT: p~li\ron-- onl I:ath, that the said I:l-rdal~ the aum of $..40 fo:rthnith, and .tbo to
Briti-.h Houd~-ura Development~ei r,:.li:.many! by payn! t~.. ther saiid Slerk of the ~court thie 5sm of
its publlicatio~n thise timels in the~ Ga.let/P in 'I~~T i-.< Donal5 for cots in thi behlalf. anii If the
acco~rdanice rwith sec~tion~l 29 (c) ofl Chlaplter 24 everal lsums he~ not paid fo!rthwnithj I ;elreby
of the ConsolidaLi-ltel1 Laws, I192.).has been dully order tha~t thle samle be le\i.d 1\v dlisrtres an I
serTved witl. th:. summons in this I-~behalf whichi ;ale of the gl:o:th~ and!(i thattel of thet saild Egtaite
req'uiredl the~m to he and appear he~:e; at thi oIf Santinago c....k.~
day btorelIL sUCh JTu-tices Of thel Peace forl the!
said Colour as houldZ non b~e he~re to: an-a-rtr
the. -aid: coulrlaint and'to l.~e further dealt nwith ) Gi'en unt.ler my! hand~ and- Cel. tiil- Istli


to pay to thei Clek of the- court .lt P'unta
~O~rda theC sum 'of tlI.~ 3.8 to:rthnithl, and al,,-, E. O. B, BARI:ll',-
to pay- to the ~aid C`l~ler a:t thet Cocurt the sumDi!/ Cmion:
o~f Tw~o Dollajr- fo~r to ts ini thi beha-~lf: andi If Toledo.
the s:e era ;li order tha~t the~ -.ame bie li-vled by~ dListless andl, ~__ -
sale of! the q.10d~l~sand cha~ttelsof the: -aid Britiih
Honduiram Developme:lnt Complany. icha[. I 5--- Com.. Lawrs, 1024.

Given lumler muy hand and ;well, thii s 15t K 1.--Order for Paymlenlt of Mn y~n' IIo be I
day of Decem'ber in thec !--ar a:t ou~r Lord el. Levied by Distress and in Defau~lt of
at Punta Gordai in thec CG~ljou afolresaid. ..)~tress is igonm.en t.

E. O3. B3. BAR:ROW \~, B ~ Tf :N,' 9. -
Disr c.Conii m:.=rTokelro Di trict.
Toledo.
BE IT RZL~lEMBEREDl tha:t on the~ 6th L

Chap. I;-Com.i Law;, 19:4 Ithe undcrci=;n:.r d:istrict Cojmmissioner, (;ne o~f
HIs Mlajest -,' Juslices~. n? thet Pea,ce in! ::ud fo:r
K 1.--Order for Payment of Money to be, the s.aid Colllou r f Bjritjii HolUdmasL forl that
Levi~ed by*Distress and in Default of h iae.. l=er oqhu en h
Distress Imprisornment. "lr-i-12rA ..f cert~un Lin~ to wsit. 44 acros .ii~~tuae
a3t Mnkel~i Ri\..ei~ri and Futa Flojri;itti vithin
till nir~eiat toj pa-:, arre.us~ .:4 Thuses 'o Suc~h~
I~;lau ~---th thmilan.~li.l in a torwn in the Ti~eledF
Toledo Distriit. Ditic uoutn4 o.2. frth e
BE t~tRELII~:%E~ iI; 11;-- on .r thin Ilthe meaning o thei Lad audi
BE T EMEBEEDtha o th 6h ro-perrty T.iz c:rdin ance--Chiapter :1 at th
November, I4.10~. c~.lll.unialai was made bef-~le Connso:lidated~ Laws~. ymi-; su:lnd pe at thLis da'
the uu~r ln-lr lan--istrict I-mi:is:-ione ( r,'b of ton nt, o~n the 15th~ d~ay oi December. 1.;jo,-
His Ma~jest-- Jui-'i~Ce of the Peace in anel fo~r PunLllta 4-nrel~a thet partl ;ies aforeast. ap~e-:rb


of certain land to wit, 20r acre< itua.te atI Moboi~i a lthol:uelh dulyI. ~.:l.;~.lolth nojl;l.it apr bySt'
Rivel an.1 within the u rs thet;iojn of thei Courlrt sel\;s, thi r~ '.:1! tunsel, o~r At talue, at, 1a
did negl~e t and do s till neglect tol pay3! drre a.-. a ti fctr ill I'rox-ed on gath ., e
of Tiarxe- on such larcr.l Iether thanl Ilad La a1~3;: Si E state of i r gidd
ton in thle Toledo I.isitrict amounting tl- $2 40: y its u~atq i h
fo~r thEyear~ :43.--*-t': within! the~ mean;ing of (;aret'te in II ...2 (c) of
the Land andl prop~ertyl Tax O~rdina~e-- ChLapter 24. .v.,op
Chaptr~- 24 ofC the Conwoida~ted Law. m:4;;rl ha heeau dul i. .. 's in this
and ui.w-at th~ij da,j to wit.on the 15thdayoi9 4be-half-which re' ed appear
December. 19j39, at Plunta Go~rda the part~ie here 1thii dayi -befoi 'ces of t!-e
aforesaid aPp:earI betfore me thet Un2desImiane~ Pg fr the saidi <.silon uld n..vi !Ls
District Commiisionuer but the laid E-tatr/ heYA S au wa~r the~ sadnaiii;-sjlaint and: to be
of Santiago .Cook althoulgh duly- called dorth furtb~er dea~lt w-ithl atCOldingi to lan~: andi c~w
not appear by thes-il~l.useves their Coun-el, orr hav-r~in hea~rd~ the na~ttr ofl thie saidr colup~aint.
Attorne!, and it is nowsa t-Cisfactoril.v proi.d I do adlj u:lge- thi- said Est atr of Robe~l:rtl Colqul-









42 BRITISHI HONDURAS GAZETTE


houn to pay to the Clerk of the Court at Punta Given under my hand and seal, this 15th
Gorda the sum of ?.2.37 forthwith, and also to day of December in the year of our Lord 13
pay to the said Cle~rk of the Court the sum of at Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.
Two Dollars for costs in this behalf; and if the
several sums, be not paid forthwith I hereby
order that the same be levied by distress and E. O. B. BARROW,
sale of t bie goods and chattels of the said Estate il~li o~isoeoeo
of R~ltet t Colqubhoun. I i omsinr

Given under my hand and seal, this Isth day
of December in the year of our Lord 1939 at
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.
Chap. I,-N--cou,~s. Laws, 1924-

E. O. B. BARROW, K 1.--Order for Payment of Mloney to be
Disric Comision 7,oleo. ~3~Levied by Distress and in Default: of
Distict ommisionr, IDistress Imprisonment.

BRITISH HI:NDL,'RAS, TO WIT:

Clhap). I;9- --lons. Laws, 1924
Toledo District.

K 1.-Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of BE, IT R(EMIEMBiERED that on the 6th
Distress Imprisonment. November, 1939, complaint was made before
(S the- undersigned District Commissioner, One of
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
BRITISHI HONDURAS., TO W~IT. the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
t he Estate of Felipe Mariano being the owners
of certain land to wit, so acres situate south of
Toledo District. Punta Gorda Town and within the jurisdiction
of the Court did neglect and do lstlll neglect to
pay arrears of Taxer on such land other than
BE IT R.EMEMIBERF D thast on t be. 6th land in a town in the Toledo District amount-
November, 1939, complaint was made before ing to go cents for the years nO7,:-40r within
the undersigned District Commissioner, One the meaning of the Land and Property Tax
of His MIz;.-;t.'s Justices of the Peace in and Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Clan olvlrated
for the said Colony of British Honduras, for Laws, I924; and now at this day, to wit, on
that the Estate of Joseph E. Ga~rbutt being the 15th day of December, 1939, at Punta
the owners of certain land to wit, five acres Gorda the parties aforesaid app~ear before me
situate at Punta Flores and w-ith~in the juris- the undersigned District Corilmissioner but the
diction of the Court did neglect and do still said Estate of Felipe Mariano altholugh! duly
neglect to pay arrears of Taxes on such land c died- doth not appear by themselves, their
other than land in a town in the Toledo Dis- Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satisfac-
trict amounting to $1. To for the years 1937-40 torily proved on oath, that the said
within the meaning of the Land and Property Estate of Felipe Mariano- by its pub-
Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consoli- location three time~-- in the Gazette in
dated Laws, 1921; andl now at this day, to w\it. accordance with section 29 (c) of Chapter 24
on the 15th day of December, 1939, at P~unta of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been duly
Gorda the parties aforesaid appear before me served with the summons in this bchaill which
the undersigned District Commissioner but the required them to be and appear here at this
said Estate of Joseph E. Garbutt althol~ugh day before such Justices of the Peace for the
dul, called doth not appear by themselves, said Colony as should now be here to answer
tfieir Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satis- the said complaint and to be further dealt with
factorily proved on oath, tha~t the said according to law;and now having heard the mat-
s t a te of Joseph E. Garbutt by ter of the said complaint, I do all judg~e the said
its- publication three times in the Gazette Estate of Felipe Mariano to pay to the ilerk: of
in accordance with section 29 (c) of Chapter the Court at Punta Gorda the sum of go cents
24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been forthwith, and also to pay to the said Clerk
duiy served wtith the summons in this behalf of the Court the sum of Two D,llar-, for costs
-whiich req~uired them to be and appear here at in this behalf; and if the several sums be not
this a my before such Justices of the Peace for paid forthwith I hereby order that the same
the said Colony as should now be here to an- be levied by distress and sale of the goods and
Eswer the -aid complaint and to be further dealt chattels of the said Estate of Felipe Ma~r;ano.
wvith arccordinlg to law; and now having heard
the matter o:f thle aid~ Cc)!rplatint, I do. adjudge Given under my hand and seal, this 15th

the Ne 0an Putt dod yn ede Coon ares i.
sum of $1.Io;- bwith, and also to pay to the
said Clerk of the Court the sum of, Twol Dollars
for costs in this hehalf; and if the several sums
be not paid forthwith I hereby order that the E. O. B. BARROW,
same be levied by distress and. abut sale of the District Commnissioner,
goods and chattels of thle said Estate of Joseph Toledo.









BRITISH HONDUkAS GAZETTE 43


Chap. 17. --C:lns. Laws, 1924.

K 1.-Order for Paymelnt of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.

BRITISHE HONDURAS, TO WIT:
Toledo District.

BE IT REMI~nZEMBERE that on the 6th
November, 1939, complaint was made before
the undersigned District Commissioner, One of
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said !:uban-.-l of Da;;itih Honduras, for that
John W. Coleman being the owner of
certain land to wit, 16 acres situate at. Punta
Yeacos Lagoon and within the jurisdcition of
the Court did neglect and do still neglect to
pay arrears of Taxes on such land other than
land in a town in the Toledo D i'tnect amounting
to go cents for the years 1937-40 within the
meaning of the~ Land and Property Tax Ordi-
nance--Chalpter 24 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924; and now at this day, to wit, on the 15th
December, 1939, at Punta Gorda the parties
aforesaid appea.lr~l before me the undersigned
District Commissioner but thle said John W.
Coleman although duly called doth not appear
by himself, his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is
now satisfactorily proved on oath, that the
said John W. Coleman by its publication
three times in the Gazette in accordance
with section 29 (c) of Chapter 24 of
the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been
duly served with the summons in this behalf
which required him to be and appear here at
this day before such Justices of t he Peace for
the said Colony as should now be here to
answer the said complaint and to be further
dealt with according to law; and now having
heard the matter of the said complaint, I do
adlju.ld- the said John W. Coleman to pay to
the clerk of the Court at Punta Gorda the
sumn of g~o cents furthn iith, and also to pay to
the said Clerk of the Court the sum of Two
Dollars for costs in this Tliialf; and if the
several sums be not paid forthwith I hereby
order that the same be levied by distress and
sale ot thle goods and c~hattels of the said
John WT. Coleman.

Given under my hand and seal, this 1-.th day
of December in the year of our Lord 1939 at
Punta Gorda In the Colony aforesaid.


E. O. B. BARROW'
District Comzmissioner-,
Toledo.


the said Colony of British Honduras' for that
the Estate of Pedro Sevilla being the owners
of certain land to wit, 20 acres situate at
Punta Gorda and within the jurisdiction of the
Court did neglect and do still neglect to pay
arrears of Taxes on such land other than land
in a town in the Toledo District amounting to
go cents for the years 1937 to 1940 within the
meaning of t he Land and Property Tax Ordi-
nance--Ch:i~.ptr 24 of the Consolidated Laws,
r924; and now at this day, to wit, on the 15th
day of December, 1939, at Punta Gorda the
parties aforesaid appear before me the, under-
signed District Commissioner but the said
Estate of Pedro Sevilla although duly ca.lled
doth not appear by themselvesltheir Counsel~or
Attorney, and it is now Iti-facrtualy- proved
on oath, that the said Estate of Pedro Sevilla
by its publication three times in the Gazette in
accordance w\ithi section 2q (c) of Chapter 24
of 'the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been duly
served with the summons in this behalf which
required them to be and appear here at tb is
day before such Justices of the Peace for the
said Colony as should now be here to answer
the said complaint and to be f nrther dealt n ith
according to law; am;i now having heard the
matter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the-
said Estate of Pedro Sevilla to pay to the 'lerif
of thet Court at Punta ('..nla~ the sum of ninety
cents to ,rthrwit 5, and also to pay to the said
Clerk of the Court the sum of Two Dollars for
costs in this be~ half~, and if the several sums be
not paid forthwith I hereby order that the
same be levied by distress and sale of the
goods and chattels of the said 1'tan! of Pedro
Sevilla.

Given under my band and seal thi I5th
day' of December in the year of our Lo~rd I100
at Punta Gorda in the iCollony\ aforesaid.


E. O. B. BARROW'
District Commissioner,
Toledo.


Chap. I;


-C'Ons Lawvs, 1924.


Kl 1,-Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress andl in Default of
Distress Imprisonment,
BRITISH HnINl~I)R.ii, TO WIT:
Toledo Distsict.

BE IT RFhEMIEMBERED that on t~e (-t
November. I1;1,0. comtrplaint wasr madlc bfc~or
the unde:ltrc!:tand Di tract Commnnissionei~r. r.One
His Majesty' < Ju-t-ics atf thei Peac- in and;t fo
the said c'lol~ur of Enah-I Hruanulus Il is th
George \\fdliame beianS thle ~..mn land to w~it, ~3 3Crs situaRte~ .t Pun(ta Go
and withinu thec jurisdictionn I~ the Court
neglect andr do1 stIll negl-l tr to pay arrar of
Taxes on -luch land Iother than land in a town
in the To~ilFd Dfatric~t amrountingd Ft to fo~r
the year ro3T-~o withia4th '~l~ d~ of thle
Lfand and Property Tax '~~~ sC~ Chapter
24 of the C'ounslidated L ; and~ ml.ln
at this da\, to w~it, on the D~~ december
1939, -at Pun~ta (;.0rda the parties aIforesa~id
aiPPear bef.:rc mei thet unoder'jgned' D~i trict
CommissionelrT but the saidi Georqe \f'illiams
ailthough duly called doth not appear by him-
self, his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now


Chap. I-; CU~n-. Law\s, 1924.


K 1.--Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment-

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
SToledo District. .

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 6th
November, 1939, complaint was made before
the undlersigned District CommissionerOneof
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for


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44 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 72.
Survey Department,
Belize, 27 Janucary 1940.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in
relation to any such application.

Such applications -n ill be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that t
applications must be prepared for this delay.

The following-:1I~. -pplh::thl are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S. B i."4111.
Acting Director of Sutrveys.



TO LEASE.

***Dec. 2, 1939--THEOD'.*h' F LAMBEY -

Sa Creek District, situate in the townag ofStn
Creek .. .. .. .. Lot No.767
**Jan. 95, 1994-FRAHNCSB MEAR-tINE
CToedo District, situate in the town of Puta n

Gorda .. .. .. Lot No. 593
***Jan. 12, 1940--LUCIO ARANA--Stanu
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek .. .... .. Lot No. 459


*Dec. I, It;.),---.LRTHUR COLET.Z'..?N--
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
Trio Branch, Monkey River, N\orth by Crown
land, East by the river, South by Crown land,
West by Crown land; being land formerly
leased to George S. Coleman 20 acres
**Dec. 18, 1939)-EL.Z'I.481.TH FLOW;ERS
--Stann Creek District, situate on the left as-
cending No~.tl ~tb Man Creek, North by land
occupied by F. L. Senn, East by land applied
for by L. Evelyn, 4..auth: by landl nc-::21.ied~ by
ilh.rlc-. Flowers, \\<~ -t by land ?.1~~-1<-4 I by
S. Edwards 10 acres
**Dec. 23, 99IAEL. DIEGO--
Stann Creek District, situate on the righs as-
cending No-rthl .<::.nn Creek, North by land
applied fox by J. Ei, ine. East by road reserve
and land occupied by A. Yamt:ie, South by
North Stainn Creek, We~- t by North 9a~nn
Creek .. .... .. 7a. 2r. 10p.
*Jan, 9, I94o--GEORGE A. CI,(0sTHIE ---
Belize District, sitnate at knek-tonelll Pond
cohune R i.1;e-. North by land granted to James
E. Wilhiams, East by land granted to Winnie
York, South by land granted to Irene Lovell,
We -it by Crown land; being Section No. Iol
formerly granted to Amy Lewis (deed.)
10 acres
*Jan. 9, 19-l*..'-1;,rEUBN PINKE~:-Belize
District, situate on the left ascending Haulover
Creek, Belize River, North by the creek, East
by Crown land, South by land s granted to J.
i. CadanWes rbye load re ee 3on1 C~rc n land;
9a. 3r. 61p.
***Jan. 19, 1940-- [HZ.\iII LY~ COLLIN'S--
Belize District, situate near the Belize-Co~rozal
Road in the vicinity of the 30 Mile Post, North
by road reserve, Crown land and land formerly
granted to Louis Prince, East by land granted
to Serapio Ciego, South by Crown land and land
granted to Richard Francis, West -y- Crowfn
land; being land formerly granted to GT. N~.
Greenidge . . 20 acres
***Jan. 23, I940--PETR NI^: I LO CONGCUEZ
--rtrlan Creek District, situate between Mlan-
grove Creek and Mathll:. River, North by block
No. 42, East by block No. So, --...ia.. by road
reserve and block No. 60, West by block Nlo. 46
being block No. 48 formerly leased! to Francis
Arnold .. .. ..2a.r.5.


LEASE CANCELLED.

M.'P. S.G. 284-34--ELIZAB)ETH RAMLOGAN
-Toledo District, situlate on the left ascending

(ar yd BlackN~o 17k) It :tle rcu setro
the lessee.



LOCATION TICKET

CANCELLED.'
M.P. S.G. o74o--CYRiL G F.NUTS-Toledoo Dis-
trict, situate on the right ascending Columbia
Branch, Rio, Grande. 30 acres (block No.
419). At the request of the settler.


satisfactorily proved on oath that the said
George W~~ilhanyii by its pubbsll...l:nioni three
times in the Gazette in accordance with
section 29 (c) of Cptr24 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been duly
served with thec summons in this behalf which
required him to be and appear here at this day
before such Justices of the Pealce for the sail
Colony as should now be here to answer the
said complaint and to be further dealt with
according to law; and no~w having heard the
matter of the said complaint, I do ad j ud -lu the
said George Wilhiams to pay to the Clerk of
the Court at Punta Corda the sum of $LIo
forthwith, and also to pay to the said Clerk
of the Court the sum of Two Dollars for costs
in this behalf; and if the several sums be not
paid forthwith I hereby order that the same
be levied by distress and sale of the goods and
chattels of the said George Williams.

Given under my hand and seal, this 15tli
day of December in the year of our Lord r939
at Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


E. O. B. BARRO\\',
District Commissionzer
Toledo '


L .S


TO P URCH AS E










ii__ _


Colonial Secretary's ~ifi'l,.
Belize, 25 January 1940.

TENDERS FOR ASPHALTIC .BIThLMEN
ROAD EM~itSIONS.
Tenders are invited for the supply of Asphaltic
Bitaumen Road Euuh-is: n for the year 1940.
The apllroxiimat~e quantities that will be re-

(a) 3oo drums of Asphaltic Bitumcin Road
Emulsion to compnll rsi~thl the requ~lirements s
of British Standard Specification No, 434.
(b) 750 drums of Asphaltic Hitumen- Road
Emulsion generally similar to the above
exceptt that it should be suitable for use
withi sE~reygatc- ..nt.inin-e earth and simi-
lar imnpurit ie .
One half of the above qluanrtitie must be
detliveredl at Belize not later than 15th A~pril.

Firms submitting tenders should give full
technical details and characteristics of any
proprietory, product which meets the require
ments of the above materials -tatingy in particu-
lar the viscosity of th<- emulsion,
The endisal~p should ]Irefetrablyl be upplti~d
in drums containing approximately 50 Urnited
Statesi gallons.
Prices quoted should be c.ilf., BElze, clut!
free.
T'he lowest or any tender will not nees~carl~ly
be accepted,
Tende~ri marked "A~-phalli k Bitumen Road
E~mulsioln-" will be received at the Colonial
Secretary's Office not later than noon on Mon~-
day, Iuth FebrFuary, 1940. 1
'By Command.
A. WOCLFF(rOHN.
Ae.noi.rl Colonzial Secretary.


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


.p;


No. 73.


M.P. ol223. NMo. 75.


Edn. 60/35.


Education Office,
L ~: 23 Janu~ary, 1940.

LONDON LINIVERSIT1~
1%fA TRICUL A TON.
It is hereby notified for general information
thiat as a War Emecr;Z en~c! measure a candidate
who has already taken the London-~ M~t r iculation
Examination and faiile~d to pass in one subject
only will be allowed~ to comlel'tte his (or her)
matriculation by passing in t bat subject alone
at a subsequent Majtn!Culation ExamLinatioln.
T' The Uni\errit- fee for entry for one subject
in these circumstances will be one guinea.
London Matriculation Exemption.
The above concession will also be alllowe~d in
the case of a iandidiate who fails to qlualify for
exemption from th~e London Matriculation Ex~-
amination at the Cambridge School C'ertificate
Examinatrion. but qulalifies for a School Certifi-
cate and obtains, at one and the same examina-
tion, fo~ur out: of the five credits require-d; suck-
, a candlidate may cl mlplete his (or her) q~ualifica-
tion for matriculation by passing n ithl credit in
the fifth I-ubjectt at a subiequent School Certifi-
cate Examnutatio-n, or by passing in tha~t -ubject
at the L~ondon Ma~triculdtionu Examinlan...n, pro-
vided that the il.-e Lubj-c~t- togetheir form a
CenmbI~ination~l of rlul..jZLtC aCIICeptalel under the
regulations.
The feer for registrationI o~f matriculation in
these circumistances nill be three guineas, ex-
clusive of aup fee charged for -entry to either of
the examinatio~ni.


No.I Matriculationlr Certlficate will be an arded
to a candidate who mnaticu~lates in any of the
above ways but in all other respects his (or her)
matriculation a ill be treated as normal.


Edn. 8/40.
Edacration Ofcfice,


No. 74


Belize, zo Januallry~ 1940'

TE~C;HERS' & PUPIL TEACHERS'
ENAMINAlK.TIONS. 19-10.
It is hereby notified for general information
th nt the Teachcr.-' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1940, will be held on T'uesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 7th, 8th and gth M~a,
1940.
2. Appl?1. ~nion for entry mu;t be made on
form 5 1'or thle Teachers' Examinations and
form I, 1.0 :ile Pupil Teachers' Examinations
and must reach the Education Oforec not later
than the 3Ist March, 1940, As after this date
no entry will be received, intending candidates
should seud in their entries, duly completed and
signed, as early as possible so as to allow for
possilole delay in the u1-nl
3. Pulpil teachers and their princ~ipsnl are
reminded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that, after 1940, no pupil teacher will be eligible
for engagement who has not passed at least the
First Yeat Pupil Teachers' Examination.


E.. E. CARMA.N .
Director of Education.


d
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13. E CA:RMAN.lY


BRITISH HOrNDUlR ASt 19~c.4
In the Scuprerne Court Probste Side. /
General Registry.
Belize. 17 January 19r.;0.
In the Goodl of MA.TT HE:~ ll G O RC
STEPHEN late of Belize. Boosll
deceased.
App'licatio~n for Letters of A-dmintis do
the abovl\e Estate has been made :Isab a
\'ictoc-ria Stephen If Belize. \\'id
' q"-C
The next of frih .iiarticaltllll pere-ons
in gJeneral, are hereby citedg cause on
or before Mondlay the 5th` bruary.
1940, why such le~tteri sh be granted
to the said Isabe~lla \'ictoriS Stephen.
A. O. LO'NCCEl~ 'ORT H
R i's/~r.











the orders. Otherwise the filling of the orders
may be delayed, or even refused.
By Order.
A. K. AGAR,
~Supply O~,.17, c


DEFENCE REG:L ATION~S.
STATUTO0RY RL1LE AND? ORDER
No~. 69 of 1939,
ORDER.
Every impol~ r~t r ordering any of the 1` I iltulff
for which maximum prices are fixed must notify
the Supplyl Office of such order within seven
days of sending such order, giving the 1.11 si~n~ig
particulars:--
(1) country from which such foodstuffs are
ordered,

(3) particular brand, if any,
(4) persons or firm for which ordered,
(s) ex-pec~tedl date of arrival,
(6) expected landed cost.
For the purposes of thiis Order, 'importer"
shall be deemed to be the person or firm sending
an order, whether the foodstuffs so ordered are
to be consigned to the Ilerson: or firm sending
the order, or to any other person or firm.

By Ord!er.
A. K,. AGA4R,


BRITITSH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Survey Departmzent,
Belize, 13 Jan~uary I940.

SALE OF C:ROHN' LA.ND.
On Saturday the 3rd proximo at 12 o'clock
noon there will be offered for sale by public
auction at the Director of .cun-<> 's office -h
fo~line. m~i, Crown land: -
A parcel of 10 acres of land situate near the
Belize-Corozal Road and about half a mile west
of Lucky Strike Camp.
Plan may be seen -and furthe-r particulars
obtained at the office of the Director of Surveys.


SALE OF LEASES I;N BELIZE DISTRICT.
On Saturday the 3rd proximo at 12 o'clock
noon there wil~l be offered for sale by public
auction at the Director of Survey's ofliisc the .
folk,l1rnie leases of Crown land:-
I. The lease of lot No. IR. J.,,.. at the corner
of Vernon and Mosul St~rects in the town of
Belize for seventy-five years at a commencing
rent of S1,.86 per annum.
2. The lease of lot No. 1820 at Alexand~ria
.Street in the town of Belize for seventy-five
Years at a commencing rent of ,S.I.5 per an-
num-
Plani may be seen and further particulars
obhtain,-dat the office of the Director of ~ur\-ee.
-- --

SALE OF LEASES IN S'TA.NN CREEK
DISTRICT.
On Snursi::y\ the 3rd proximo at 12 o'clock
noon there will be .~(.f-l ed for sale by public
auction at the Court House at St-inn Creek tne
following leases of Crown land :-
I. The lease of lot No. 22A. in the swamp at
Mullins River town for twenty years at a com-
mencinle rent of $2.50 per annum.
2. The lease of lot No;;. 23 in the swamp at
M~ulhnis Riv;er town for twenty years at a comm-
mencingg rent of 32.50 per annum.
Plans may be seen and further particulars
obtained at thel lt ic--s of the Director of Su n-<: -
and the District Commissioner-

By Order.

G. S. BUSBY,
A Jline Director of Su~rveys.


Supply O~ffice,
Belize, 24 January 1940.


No. 77.


No. 78.


Forest I'. Fis c.
Belize, 27 January 1940.


The following applications for forest licences
are p'ubbr;hot as required by Rule 13 of the
Forest Rules, 1927, in order to g;i.e any person
an opportunity of making representation with
regard to any such ayppheati-n, No such re-
presentation will be considered unless it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conserva-
tor of F'lre-t? and not to any forest officer by
name) within fourteen days of t~he date of pub-
lication of the Gazette in which the' adv-ertise-
ment of the application first appears.

By Order.

Conservator of Fore~sts.



DENBIGH JEFFERY:--Stann Creek Dis-
trict: The drainage basin of Sittee River and -
its Blackwater Pullshoes and Cacao branches,
bounded on the east by the Branch and the
Finish Estates and on all other sides by Crown
Land, excluding all lands leased and granted,
Mahogany .. .. 50 trees Min
bl~pL~,loPDECA E. TAYI.LCR -I-hi c District:
Pine Ridge on Crown Lands bounded on the
north by private lands(Jerningeham and Rice and
11 i~lliamsol~n) and Freshwate~1r Crctek: on the east
by No~rhthein Lagoon, Mana!tteeilrrek iiud South-
em lagoon; on the south by the hardwood forest
along;Cornhouse Creek and on the west by hard-
wood forest.
Pine ..900 trees Mlin, annually.


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El a:.. :.4 J.u..:.o7 o..v..
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NOTICEI.
K. R. stic~t ions are imposed on the export of
curtaini fodtuff~l~?; from the Un otted Kmngdom'
and t~hns-l restrictions may be extended at any
ti me40l- 1.th er foodol ruffts.
The Impel~r'al Gove-rnment 'hasi emphalsiized
the iesira -~a .all orders for all ice~~diltue,
whe-lhrr tbelit~rk thereof is restricted or !h e
beinii endlorsed by the Supply O)fficer.
All impolrters, therefore, arec adv\ised! in their
own interest to bring their orders for foodstuffs
of any kind ~from t.e United Kinlgdolm to the
Supply O~ffine for endorsement before spending


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Cologzial Secretryl~'s Office,


NoI. .79.


Belize, 29 January~I, 1 I940.

STATUCTORY~ RULES ANVD ORDERS.

The Iunder-men~-ltio ned Stattutory, Ru~les and Orders are pub~lishe~d w~ith this
issue of the Gazette and form part thereof :--

No. 4 of 1940-Proclamantion.~ Prohibiting~ the ,importation of certain
goods consligned from certain specified countries unlless accompanied by? a Cer-
tificate of Origin and Interest.

No. 5 of 1940-T~he Defence (.Ame-ndmenlt) 'Reulations, 1940.


By Command.


A. OLFFSOHN,$
A ctingo Colontial S'ecrclry).


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BRITISH HONDURAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

'No. 7 BELIZE, 31 JANUARY 1940 Page 49


No. 80. M.P. 02469.

Colonial Sc cretalry~'s Office,
.BelicLe, 31 Janu~ary, 19-10..

His Excellency the O~ficer Administering the Government directs the pub~lica- -
tion, for general information, of the following announcement.

By Command.

A. WOL~FFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Seicretary.


DISPUTE BETWrEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF GUATEMIALA ANrD THE:
UNITED KINGDOM REGAIRDING BRITISH HONDURAS.

With the object of 4ettling the dispute with Guatemala arising out of' their al-
leged non-fulfilment of Article 7 of the Anglo-Guatemalan Co~nventiuo of 1859v Hisi
Majesty's Government have instructed Mr. I.4che, His Majesty's Representatri,,
Guatemala City, to inform the Guatemalan government that if' they are wtilling-o re-
consider their previous refusal to' submit cohtroversy~ to the Pemanent Co ~~~Inter-
national Justice His Majesty's Government. would be~vudb happy to agree r
should deal with the matter under Article 38.of its Statute, which e spi$iiE~Co urt
to take into account questions of equity when giving its final decision. If, liolever. the
Guatemalan Government still maintain their refusal to entertain the offer of the Permar-








So BRITISH HONIDURAS GAZETTE

nent Court, His Miajesty's Government in the interests of reaching a just and amicable
scu~leme~nt are prepared as an alternative to consider aid by an ad hoc tribunal composed
of an equal number of inter-national lawyers nominated by each party and an umpire
selected by members thus nominated. They suggest in that event recourse should be
made to the method of expediency by summary procedure laid down- by Chapter 4 of
the Hague Convention 1907 Tor pacific settlement in international disputes to which
Guatemala is a party. If, however, the Guatemalan Government still demur to any form
of tribunal connected with the Hague, Mr. Lche has intimate'd to them that His Maje~s-
ty's Government, while they would regret their objection to established methods of arbi-
:tration, would be prepared to accept a reference to an ad hoc tribunal composed of
three international lawyers, one member to be nominated by either party, witli a third
as umpire to be nominated'by the Prresidenti of thle United States. His Majesty's ~Govern-
ment haye approached President Roosevelt in connection. whith this last named proposal,
and he has expressed his w~illingne~sl to nominate an umpire if invited to do so. In ex-
planation of the foregaong proposalls it may be pointed out that the Anglo-Guatemalan
LConventrion of1859. whistr defines the 2boundary of Guatemala and British Henduirc~as,
stipulted~ in Article 7 that the two contracting parties mutually agreed conjointly to use
their best efforts to establish easiest communication either by road or water-way be-
tween the Atlantic Coast and the Capital of GuaLtemala. For a variety of reasons (Ee dfis-
pute relating to rhis Article has remained unsettled until now. It will be seen that with a
view to reaching an.amicable~ settlement of this long standing dispute and so restoring
completely harmonious relations between the two countries, His Majesty's Government
are now proposing that, if the Guatemalan Government ma~intain their objectionr to the
Permanent Court anrd are not prtepare~d to agree to The ~method of .arbitration by the
summary procedure laid down by the Hague Convention of 1907 the question of the
dispute should be rieferredte an ad~hoc tribunal unconnected with the Hague, whose
umpire would be nominated by~ the President of the United States of America.


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GAZET TE

BRITISH HON~DURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 8 BELIZE, 3rd FEBRUAiRY, 1940 Page 5F,

No. 8r. S.S. 16-J2.
Colonikl! Secretary's Ofice,
Belize, 25tht January, 1940.
AIR NAVIGATION.
Order of His MWajesty The KING in Council,
His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government Ilireets the publication, for general
information, of the following Order of His Ma~jetyt The KING in C'Iuncil.
By Command.
A. WOLF`FSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.



AIR NAVIGATION
The Air Navigation (Amendment) (No. 3) Order, 1939"
At the Court at Buckingham Palace. the 3rd day of Novem~ber, 1930-
P'resent.
The E~ng's Mio t Ercelktnt Ma~jresty in Council.

11'bereas inl pursuance of the pl..merr; cnferred- upon Him 1.7 the Airi N~a:li-tatn A'c't. I
His Mlajest: in C':unc~il w~as pleasedtl- rt.. make the Ajr. Navi!igat~in i~:,n ..bdat~i-ln I r I!.ht r 12
(hereina ter r eterrel to: a- ''the p-r inci pa I Ordet")' .

Andi or hTeas th~e Air N3aviSation ~c~t, 1920n, ha. betn ,rmended bythe- AI~ir Navigationu Act,
1936
*'This Order superredrs the Air Navigation Ifrov\isionall Order. "139, da A~ptemer -.
1939-
(a) S. R. & O. 1923 (No. :5505) P. I3.









5.3BRITISH HONDURALS GAZE TTE


(b-And whereas the principal Order has from time to time been amended by subsequent Ordr-ers

And whereas it is expel iirnt that the principal Order should be further amelnded~- l in manner
hereinafter al- 't n~ing.
56 & j; V/ict. c. 66.
And whereas the provisions of the Rules Publication Ac~t, 1893, have been complied with:
Now, therefore, His 3LJe-t;c; i- pleased, by and n\ ith the advice of His Privy Council, to order,
and it is hereby ordered, as flolb~r .--.
Inzcrease of certain penalties.
1. Paragraph (3) of Article 27 of the .i nci :1 r~ ~Order ;hall have effect as if iub-pa"rag raph (b)
of th at paragraph were omitted.
Amendment of para~grapht I of Sch;Juill, I to frIincipal Order.
2. In paragraph I of Schedule I to the principal Order, for the words "persons under His
Ma.jety~!'s protection,"in each place \\ htere those words occur,there --hll be sul.. "British protected persons".
Registration of own~lers of aircraft.
3. The fodlk. inur Pm I -zrul`l : !h ill be inserted in Schet~duLle I to the princip:al Order after pa ra-
graph 2 of th;: $~t Rebeult -
"z2A. The register of aircraft registered in Great Britain and N;or ht hrn Ireland shall be
kept so as to show, in relation to each aircraft re-gi-tel*J in tha;t register, ther owner for the
time being of that aircraft "


S 4. The foll :wiine pa.ranaphII! shall be ub-t.ituL!ted for parag~ryph 3 of Schedule I to the prin-
cipal Order :-
"3. In the event of any change in the ownership of a regi-tered~ aircraft, the person,
company or corporation for the timne being re~gi-teredl as owner qf that aircraft, or, if that
person is dead or that company or corporation is dlissolved, his personal representatives~ or its
successor in title, as the case may be. shall forthwith notify. the ~change o-f ownlershiip to the
Air Ministry; and the Mr.-:!-tary of "tate I1pon' thet recetipt of the notification, may cause the
registration and the cer;tific~ Ir of registration of the aircraft to be altered o~r cancelled, as the
circumstances of the change of ownership appear to him to require."


5. The i .11 :- ing paragraph! shall1 be substituted for paragraph 4 of iihcheul- I to the princi-
pa 1Order:--
"4. When a registered aircraft has; been destroyed or ierma!:nentl: n ithdraw-n from use,
the fact shall be notified as soon as may be to the Air Ministry by the person, company or
corporation for the time be~inr registered as owner of that aircrJ1ft, or, if that pcrsoln is dead.1
or tha~t company or corporation is dool;lveIr..1 his personal representative or.its'successor in
title, as the case may be; and, Ilponl receipt of the notification, the Secretary of Stat~e may
cause the registration and the ~crtific:ter of registration of the aircraft to be cancelled."
Changie of nationality of owners of alir, -oft.
6. The following ;.aragraph;l shill be substituted for paragraph 5 of Schedule I to the prin-

"5.-(I) If a registered aircraft ceases to be owned wholly tithier by persons or by a
company or corporat ir nnfuli'Iinp thec~.-.nnl0. 0-s-et out in paragraph I of this Schedule, the
pe~rson, compa~.ny or corporation for the time 11.-ing registered as owner of thlat aircraft, or,
if thadt person ij dead or that company or corporation is dissolved, his personal representative
o ~r its Ic~cess: l in title, as the case may be, shall fo-rthwrith notify to the Air MIinistry-that
S th II :ilcraf~t has ceased to be so owned as aforll-wi..
j (,) Upon the receipt of such notification, or if at any time he is satisfied that Any of the
reqluire-ments htid down in paragraph I of this Sch~edule are not comp~liced with, the Secretary
o~f .Stat may\ c~ause the. registration and the certificate of registration of the aircraft to be
caincelled."
Short title and commencement.
7.-(1) This Order may be cited as the Air Nav~igationl (Amr~endmernt) (No. 3) Order, 1939-
(2) ~Thij Order shaUl come into operation forthnith.
.Rrpe~rt B. Hoowirth.

(b) See S. R. & O. 1925 (No. Il260) p.4~. 10:-7 (No. L63) p. 4. 192.5; (No<~. 36.= ;88. 5ul and susH)
I-PP r'**-3' -': 192 (Nos 08.4 and Iol l~l pp. 50---0,0 1030r (Noc. 3341' 1. 193r'! Ih'lo. ~.t4 .5 andl 411)

I, pp. 123-30; 11035 (No. 513) p. Too; 1936 (NPo. 5711 I, p. 6r; I1j37 (N~os. 96, 639, 700 and 951) pp
72-loo; I'2.... (No-~ So3 and I2-l I, pp. r10--3, and ;II~u. Nos. 392 and 824.










BRITISH HIONDJR AS GAZET~E5


RESUMlPTION OF DUTY.

HYDE, P. A., Dispenser and .4~t..ukeeper, cr
Medical Department, resumed duty with
effect from 29th January, 194o.


M.P. 01190.

Colonial Secretary's Office.
Belize, 20th Janu~ary, 1940-

TENDERS FOR RAILWAY SLEEPERS.

TEN:DI:RS are invited for the purchase of
Old dleepyers from thle Stalun Creek R~ailway, in
lots of 500.
Approximately 5,ooo Sleepers are already
stacked at the Raile\ay Yard and a further
15,ooo will become available at the rate of about
4,ooo a month as they are removed from the
track.
The Sleepers will be sold as stacked in the
P.ailway1; Yard at Stann Creek and purchasers
must bear the cost of loading and removal,
Tenders should be enclosed in sealed en'
velopes, giving no indication of the ide~ntity of
the Tenderer, marked '"Sleepers, Stapn ;Cjeek
Railway," and be delivered attheOfficeofthe
Colonial Secretary,. Belize, notlater than 4 p.m1.
on Monday, 5th February, 1940.
The Government does not brind itselfi to accept
the highest or any tender.


Colonial Secretary's Office.
Belize, 3r~d February, I940:

The following particulars relating to aIppotht-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published
for general information.

By Command.

A. W'OLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonzial Secretarvy.


No. 95


31 P. i c.Y.


Belize, 29th Janucary, I940

ORDINAN(i F',

.His E::Cerllc-ncy the Officer Adm~i;inkleringit the
Government has been in iForI:liJ by the ecret~.ry
of State for the Clolonf~es that His Mr.!jr-1~-t wiII
not be advised to exercise his power of dis-
01 a~n one~ with res-pect to the under-mentioned
Ord~inance:--

No. 23 of 1:l 4,- Aln Ordinance to amend the
Trades Licensing (F'untai Gorda and Monkey
River) IOrdlinance--- ct..hat ter 131 of the Con-
-hell-i te..:1 Laws, 1924.



No. No.

Belize, agthz January, 1940

NOTICE~ TO IMPORCTERS.

(Statutory Rule and Order .Nro. 86 of 193C)

Tmpo~rters are hereby wrared that any future
contraveo tof R ~ulatiiln3 or ofdhle dm-

No. 86 of 1939) will be dealt with in accordance
with the provisions of Re g,.!i., tin 7 of the said
Statutory Rule and Order.
No further warning in this'connection will be
issued.

-- t5----


No. 82.


M.P. 02724.


APFPOINKTM~ENT.

MAPP, Geo~crge Fitzjames, to be a Sanitary.
Inspector, Medi~ical Department, on probation,
with iffect from Ist Fe-brua~ry, 1940.


No. 83.


M.P. 01717.


LEAVE GRANTED.

SAVONA, Dr. E. C., Maedical Officer, vacation i
leave with effect from z6th January to 2r tl
July, I940 includingg a period not. exiceedng
42 days' voyage leave).


No. 84.


M.P. oz zo? ,


No. 87.


M.P. 1,-'5,0.4


Belize, 3Ist Janucary, 1940.

ABOARD OF AGRICULTURE..

His Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government has re-appointed H. A. Coblb,
Esquire, to be a Member of ther He~ard of Agricul- gi
ture for the year 1940.

---- J--- 1

No. 88.M....n

Setliz, 3rdl Feruary,~' r940. 3f

BILL TO BE PRESENTED TO TIX~
LEC ISL A TIV CO UNC L .

The under-m--at...ned BIr ill ithe i411
which was put- li-hed;- n itif; thet Gcite aS?
in pal~renthes- \i-. wib pr-sented at*' a fayth-
coming meeting ofi the Leg1islative Counicil'and
notification ib hereb\~ given in Rodrdance o fth
the Stanin~-~g Rules and Od

A Bill entitled an O~rdij'sl~~Boit vid :r
the Payment of Coamp ~rkmen I1.1
Injuries suffered in the co, their Empl..x -
ment.

.(PublIish ed r n Ga~~iutt dated 27th Jatnuary,r p.40.)










54 BIlITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 8g.
Btlize, 3rd February, 1940
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
The under-mentioned Statutory Rules and
Orders are putl b-hed with this issue of the
Gazette and form part thereof :-
No. 6 of 1940--Trading with the Enemy
(Specified Persons) (Amendmrent) Order, 194o.
M.P. 02643.
No. 7 of 1940--Proclamation Bringing into l
operation the Governor's Salary (Amendment)
Ordinance, 1939 (No. 22 of 1939)'
M.P. oz54x.
By Command.
A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary

Chap. r;:~- --cenr i. Laws, 1924.
K 1.--Order for Payment of Mloney to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.
BRITIISH HONriU~:RK.S, TO WIT:
Toledo District,
BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 6th
~November, 1939, complaint was made before
the undersigned District Commissioner, One of
His MI Ijesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
British Honduras Development Conlrlany bcing ;
the owner of certain land to wilt, IS,51 acres
situate at Sarstoon River and within the jurlt-
diction of the Court did negilerct and do still
neglect to pay arrears of Tax-es on such la nd
other than land in a town in the Toledo Dis-
trict amounting to $25I -38 for the year 1939-
40 within r bec = neaning of thtL ad! and Prope~rty
STax Ord~m~inan. i-Chapter 24 of thet Conorli-
dated Laws, 1924; and now at this day, to 'wit,
on the rsth day of December, 1939, at Punta
Gorda the parties aforesaid appear before me
the undersigned District Commissioner but the
said British Honduras Development Company
although duly called doth not appear by them-
selves, their Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now
satisfactorily proved on oath, that tim~e said
British Honduras Development Company by
t publlication three times in the Gazette in
accord~ance wiith section 29 (c) of Chapter 24
Sof the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been duly
i. erved w~iththe summons in this behalf which
required them to be and appear here at the
Sday. before such Justices of the Peace for th-is
,. -31 i"'aidClv as should now be here to answer
;.th,:l ;il c~omplaint and to be further dealt with i
I'accrding to law; and nowv having heard! the
Imatter oI:; the said comlplaint, I do ad~it..he the
eaid~ British Honduras Development Company
to~ my!\ to the Clerk of the Court at Punta
GordJa the sale of $175-38 ;Ior~hn\ith, and also
(gpay to the said'Clerk of the Court thii sum
fTwvo Dolldrs for costs in this behalf; and if
the sev~eral sums5 he not paid forthwith I hereby
order that the same be levied by distress and
sale of, the goods and chattelA of th~e said British
II anduras Deelopment Company.
G~iverggag~di say hand and seal, this I5th
.!ay of 19thirhililbefini the year of our Lord 1939
at Punta Gorda In the Colony aforesaid.
E. O. B. BAPRROH" .
District Commnissioner,
Toledo.


Chap. Iy8--Cons, Laws, 1924.

t 1.--Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.

BRITISH- HONDU~rA.S, TO WIT:

Toledoll Dijtrzet.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 6th
/Novemnber, 1939,~ complaint was made before
Sthe undersigned District Commissioher, One of


Chap. 178--Cons. Laws, 1924


K( 1.-Order for Payment of Mloney to~ be
SLevied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO \IlT

Toledo District.

BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 6th
November, 1939, complaint was made before
the under signed District Commissioner, One of
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
the Estate of Santiago Cook being the owners
of certain land to wit, 20 acres situate at Moho
River and within the jurisdiction of the Court
did neglect and do still neglect to pay arrears
of Taxes on such land other than land in a
town in the Toledo District amountingto $2.4o
for the years Trcy--40r within the meaning of
the Land ad:- Prop~e~rt! Tax Ordinancle--
cpi .-,.r-< 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924;
and now at this day, to wit, on the 15.thi day of
December, 1939, at Punta Gorda the parties
aforesaid appear before me the undersigned
District Commissioner but the said Estate
of Santiago Cook although duly called doth
not appear by themselves, their Counsel, or
Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved
on oath, that the said Estate of Santiago
Cook by its pubicati onn three times in the
G~rllle in accordance with section 29 (c) of\
Chapter 24 o~f the Co~nsolidated Lans, 1924~,
hi; been durly served with the summons in this
behalf whwh~l i:lequired theml to be and appear
here at this day before such Justices of the
Peace for the said Colony as should now be
here to answer the said complaint and to be
further dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do ad judgle the said-Estate of Santiag~o Cook
to pay to the Cle-rk of the Court at Punta
Gorda the sum of fr .40 forthwith, and also to
pay to the said Clerk~ of the Court the sum of
Two Dollars for costs in this 'el .Ili, and if the
several sums be not paid forthwith I hereby
order that the same be levied by distress and
sale of the goods and chattels of the said Estate
of Santiago Cook.
Given under my hand and seal, this 15ith
,day of December in the year of our Lord 1939
at Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


E. O. B. BARROWCV
District Commissioner,
Toledo.









BRITISH BIONrDURArS GAZETTE 55


Chap. 178--Cons. Laws, 1924-

K 1 -OBrder for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.

BRITISH HONDURA4S, TO WIT:

Toledo District. -

BE IT REMEMYBE;RED that on the 6th
November, 1939, complaint was made before
the undersigned District Commissioner, One
of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and
for the said Colony of British Honduras, for
that the Estate of Joseph E. Garbutt being
the owners of certain land to wit, five acres
situate at Punta Flores and within the juris-
diction of the Coure did neglect and do still
neglect to pay arrears of Taxes on such land
other than land in a town in the Toledo Dis-
trict amounting to $1S~.Iofor the years 1937--40
withinthe meaning of the L~and and- Property
Tax Ordinance-Chapter 24 of the Consoli-
dated L~aws, 1921; and now at this day, to wit,
on the 15th day of December, 1939, at Punta


Gorda the parties aforesaid appear before me
the undersigned Dilstr:L t Commissioner but the
said Estate of Joseph E. Garbutt although
duly called doth not appear by themselves,
their Coun'sel, or Attorney, and it is now satis-
factorily .proved on oath, that the said
Estate of Joseph E. Garbutt by
its publication three times in the Gazette
ii1 accordance with section 29 (c) of Chapter
24 of the Consolidated- Laws, 1924, has been
duly served with the -summons in this behalf
which required them to be and appear here at
this day before such Justices of the Peace for
the said Colon~y as should now be here to an-
swYer the said complaint and to be further dealt
with according to law; and now having heard
the matter of thessaid compaii~i rlt. I do adjudge
the said F. tolte of Joseph E. Garbutt to pay
to the Clerk of the Court at Punta Gorda the
sum of $1. To forthwith, and also to pay to the
said Clerk of the Court the sum of Two Dollars
for costs in this behalf; and if tly several sums
be not paid forthwith I hereby order that the
same be levied by distress and sale of the`
goods and chattels of the said Estate of Joseph
E,. Garbutt.
Given under my hahnd and seal, this 15th
day of December in the year of our Lord I197$
at Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.

E. O. B. BARROW\~,
District CommiSsioner,
Toledo


His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
the Estate of Robert Colquhioun' being the
owners of certain land to wit, 44 acres situate
at Macake~r\ River and Punta Flores and within
the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect and do
still neglect to pay arrears of Taxies on such
land other than land in a town in the Toledo
District amounting to 1.:.27 for the year
193--40 within the meaning of the Land and
Property Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the
Consolidated L~aws, 1924; and now: at this day,
to wit, on the 15th day of December, 1939, at
Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid appear be-
fore me the undersigned District Commissioner
but the said Estate of Robert .Colquhoun
although duly called doth not appear lby them-
selves, their Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now
satisfactorily proved on oath, thirt the
said Estate' of Robert Colquhoun
by its publication three times in the
Gazette in accordance with section 29 (c) of
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924,
has been duly served with the summons in this
behalf which required them to be and appear
here at this day before such Justices of the
Peace for the said Colony as should now. be
here to answer the said complaint and to be
further dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do ad!inderi the said Estate of Robert Colqu-
houn to pay to the Clerk of the Court at Punta
Gorda the sum of $2.27 forthwith, and also to
pay to the said Clerk of the Court the sum of
Two Dollars for costs in this behalf; and if thle
several sums he not paid forthw~ith I hereby
order that the same be levied by distress and
sale of the goods and chattels of the said Estate
of Robert Colquhoun.

Given under my hand and seal, this 15th day
of December in the year of our Lord 1939 at
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


iChip. i78--Cons.-Laws, 1924.

K 1.--Order for Paym'ent of Money to be
Lev~ied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Toledo 19itrict.

BE IT R .M~nEMBEF:ED that on the 6th
November, 1939, complaint was made before
the u ~rsigned District Commissioner, One of.
His Majesty' s Justices pf l th Peace in and fotr
the said Colony of Briti bi Honduras, for that
the Estate of I-..ig .- Manano~. be~ine the ownIerIs
of certain land to wit, 20~ ic~res situaite south of
Punta Gorda Town andi .e thin the jurisdictil.on
of the Court did neglect and do still neglect to
:pay arrears of Taxes on sueb land other than
land in a t. :- n II, thr Tocledo D~istnct amuount-
ing -to ... u-uctj for the years 1937-4.11 w:ithjnin
the me rning~ of the Land and Pri-perTt! T'ax'
OrdlinanicI- Chaptetr 24 of the rCo~nollviated
Laws, Iroa4: ad~l ilu-. at th'iS day.~ re. \'-t ra. ;on
the I5th day- of, De..ember,~ 1...,. a unta:
C)orda the parrthl ;I: the Uildereignall~ D:IIrct Conunksrio~icuer but.ti
said E-:tate- .:.1 Fe~l~e Manriano allthout~h @y
called do~thl n..-t appear~ byi themselves, he
Counsel r..tr Attrney,- andl~ It Is now satisfac-
torly r~oedon oa~th, th fithe said
Estate :! Felipe M~ariano itst pub;-
-lication three times- i pla Gassite~ in
accordance w~ith section ;t apter 24r -
of the Consol:,dated Lar\s,. ..~l~lZ~ been duly1!
served ~i~th the summonsad;%i;~eall be lf wich
required them to be and~cd' ar here at this
day before such Justices of tbe PeaCefr th:T te
said Colony as should now be here to answer


E. O. B. BARROW~,
District Commissioner,
Toledo.


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BRI'TISH HOINDUILAS GAZETTE


Chap. 1;5--Cons. Laws, 1924-

; 1.--Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonmen't.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

.Toledor District.


BE IT F.I-h:I!EMBEPED that on the 6th
.Jo1~1~:i-m.ter.939, complaint was made before
thle undersigned District C:aorn ;il~nt;~ lne of
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said r, 1..ny of British Honduras, for that
the Estate of Pedro Sevilla being the owners.
of certain land to wit, 20 acres situate at
Punta Gorda and within the jurisdiction of the
Court did~ neglect ;Ind d~o still neglect to pay
arrears of TaYxs ~on suc~h land other than land
in a town in the: TlikdDistrillt amounting to
90 cents for the years 1937 to- 1040r w\ithin the
meaning of the Land and It~..p r nance-Chapteer 24 of the Con~solidated Laws,
rS924; and now at this day, to wit, on the 15th
day of December, 1939, at Punta Gorda the
parties aforesaid appear bef~i...re me the under-
signedl.District Commissioner but the said
Estate of Pedro Se\ lia although duly called
doth not appear by tha- n-el ., ,thl.ir Counsel~or
Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved
on oath, that the said Estate of Pedro Sevrilla
by its publication three~ times in the Gazette in
accordance with section 29 (c) of Ch~pter 24
of the Consolidated Lawcs, 1924, has been duly
served with the summons in this behalf which
required them to bre and appear here at this
day before such Justices of the Peace for the
said Colony as should now be here to answer
the said complaint and to be further dealt with
according to law; and now bovint heard the
matter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the
said Estate of Pedro Sevilla to pay to the~ Clerk
of the Court at Punta Gorda the sum of ninety
cents forthwith, and also to pay to the said
Clerk of the Court the sum of Tii -:- Dolai1r a for
costs in this bethalf; and if the several sums be
not paid fo-rthnith I hereby order that the
same be levied by distress and sale of the
goods and chattels of the said Estate of Pedro
Sevilla.


Ilivern under my hand and seal, this 25ith
day of December in the ye~r of our Lord r1~99
at Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


chai~p. I, E-Cons. Laws, 1924.

K 1.--Order for Paymnent of Mlon~ey to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
SDistress Imprisonment.

BRIitI HONDURAS, TO W'iIT:

Toledo ~i t ric~t.


B3E IT BrlhEMEMER-FD that on the 6th
November, iD C~.. complaint was made before
the undersigned District Commissioner, One of
His Mlajesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Hondurap, for that
John W. Coleman being the owner of
certain land to wit, 16 acres situate at Punta
Yeacos Lagoon andi \ilthinrthe jurisdcitionof
the Court did neglect and do ;t;ll reglect to
p-i! arrears of Taxes on such land other than
land in a town in the Toledo District amounting
to. 90 cents for the years 'II;-40: within the
meaziing of the Land and Property Tax U.I *(-
nanlce-Chipme'~! 24 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924; and now at this day, to wit, on the I5th
December, 1939, at Punta Gorda the parties
aforesaid appear before me the undersigned
Ditri.-: Commissioner but thet said John W.
Coleman although dully cal~llcd doth not appear
by himself, his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is
now satisfactorily proved on oath, that the
said John W. Coleman by its publication
three times in the Gr '..: in accordance
~ith section 29 (c) of L hapa rt- 24 f
:tthe C n~-slid ate ) Laws, 1924, has been
"duly, served with the summons in this '!nail-
ivhich ~required him to be and appear here at
tthi daiy before such Justices of the Peace for
ge -.dd Ci:.lon\ as should now be here to
adowr~er the said complaint and to be further
de~t.t with according to law; and now having
beard the matter of the said complaint, I do
ad~judct the salid John W. Coleman,,to pay to
the Clerk of the Court at Punta Gorda the
sum of go cernts forthw~ith, and. also to pay to
-the said CleJi. of the Co-urt ther sum of Two
Dollars fot-costs' in this behalf; and if the
several surns be not pacd Forthirith I hereby
nrder that the same he levied by dlistres~s and
sale of the goods and chattels of the sa~id
John W. Colt-man.


th~e said complaint and to be further dealt -with
according to law;and now havinghieard!the mat-
ter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said
Estate of Felipe Mariano to pay to the Clerk of
the Court at Futal!! Gorda the sum of go cents
forthwith, and also to pay to the said !:le;rk
of the Court the sum of Two Dolllari for costs
in this behalf; and if the several sums be not
paid forthwith I hereby order that the sanie
be levied by .1~i st ., and sale of the goods'and
chattels of the said Estate of Felipe Mariano.

Given under my hand and seal, this ith?
day of December in the year of our Lord 1939
at Punta Gorda in the Coalony aforesaid.


Given_ under_ my. hand and seal~, thi I5th day
of December in the year of our Lord r939 at
Punta Gorda in th~e C~olony aforesaid.


E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commzissioner
Toledo.


E. O, B.. BARROW,.
District Comlmissioner,
Toledo.


Ei, Q. B. "BARROCW
District Commissioner,
Toledo.


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 57


No- 90-
Sucrvey Department,
Belize, 3 F, hrur.rry~ 1940.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPL'ICA~TIONSR in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in
relation to any such application. .


Such q.t.plicaG.01i will be inserted in at least
thlreo separate issues of the Gazette before they
n iil be decalt wvith by the Governor, so that
appusanor-ili~ must ~be prepared for this delay.
Thu i ~[.110, ;ng .1pphea~.tllone are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S. BU sF Y,
Acting Director of Sutrveyzs.


Chapy. i,' ---Co~ n Laws, 1924. *

K( 1.-Order for Payment of Mroney to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.

BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:

Toledo Distsict.


BE IT RF~~EM~EFilEE.E that on the 6th
Nove n~il.1.r, 1939, complaint was made before
the undersigned District Commissioner, One of
His MI iij -t's Justices of the I'r-ilct- in and for
the said Colony of British H- m.l:hu a ys for that
George Williams being the owner of certain
land to wit, 3 acres situate at Punta Gorda
and within the jurisdiction of the Court did
neglect and do still neglect to pay arrears of
Taxes on such land other than land in a town
in the Toledo District amounting to $1. To for
the years Ire. ----4 within the meaning of the
Land and P \pe~rt y Tax Ordinance--Chapter
z4 of the Consolidated Laws, r924; and now
at this day, to wit, on the 15th December,
19',0,r at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid
appear before me the. u1der iigned District
Commissioner but the said George Williams
although duly called doth not :.g-y.--a by him-
self, his Counsel, or Attorney, andl it is now
satiiigt.rd;~ proved on oath that the said
George Wliamns by its publication three
times in the Gazette in accordance with
section 29) (c) of Chapter 24 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924, has been duly
served with the summons in this be~harlf which
requred;'~ him to be and appear here at this day i
before such Justices of the Peacec for the said I
Colony as should now be here to answer t'ne
said complaint and to be further dealt n~itti
according to law; and now having heard the
matter of the said complaint, I do vijudgei~ the
said George \\'lllh uns to pay to the Clerk of
the Court at Punta Gorda the sum of $1.Io
forthwith, and also to pay to the said ilerk
of the- Cau:t the sum of Two Dollars for costs
in this b..-hal~lf, and if the several sums be not
paid forthwith I hereby order that the same
be levied by distress and sale of the goods and
chattels of the said George W~ill~llas.

Given under my hand and seal, this I5th
-li! of December in the year of our Lord I..,;,,
at Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


**Dec. 2, 1939--THEODORE LAMBEY--
Stann Creek Distic:;t. situate in the :Y!alae of
Seine Eightl .. .. .. Lot No,. 59
Dec. 28, 1 ws-1r- LE LWYN BERNARD--
.t35 m Creek District, situate .at Sarawvina Vil-
lage, plots No4s. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 3r, 32, 331
34: 37, 38.~ 391 40, 41, .p. 43, 44> 45 and 46,,
***Dec. 29, : g~,.:,-MAN\UELA ARIOLA--
Toledo District, -ituptr in the Village of Bar-
ranco ... Lot No. 126
*.{anl. 9, Ig40--FRANCIS B. M19 T~II::.1 Z
--Toledo D.ist ac-t, situate' in the town of Pun~ta
Gorda .. Let No. 593
***Janz. 1I, 1940:--FLO,(RENC~Et CATLIE--
Toledo District, situate iix the town of JlTookey
E i r,.L a b> .1 . Lot No. 39
**Jan. 12, 1940--LUCIO ARANA--Stano
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek .. . Lot No. 459
***Jan. 16 za ANTO VICEN~TE--
Toledo District, si'tuate in the town of Puntsa
Gorda.. ... .. Lot No. 510
***Jan. 23, I940--CA~.~ TARIO ARZU--Toledo
District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda
Lot No. 366

***Jan. 24, I94o--EMlELINE FAUX--Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek .. .... .. Lot No.,525
***Jan. 25, I940-HKAROLD N, \\'ESBY--
Toledo District, situate in the tone of Punta
Gorda.... .. ... Lot No. 214
***Jran. 27, .1940--REUBEN I'ADLF--Belize
District, situate on the right bankI of Mussel
Creek, Belize River. North by Crowvn land, East;
by e..n CII: L ndi~ Sou3Lth by road flrom the E..canL
to.l >.-t!1nld, \\est by MuZssel Creek~: 1enag~ lanbd
f ur niet ly- lased to Richard Cad le . 10acri~S



TO PURICHASIE.

*Dc. II. I.,3l-a-ELIZ.1EET F '
--Stan C'reek D~istrict, situate on. klqpeas-
c~end~inp Nrt~~h Stann Creek, Ng~ ~~P aid
IoCenpied~ by F. L. Sean, East b~y~31ind( aPprpld
fealr byr l: Evelyn. South ~iby latfcc-upie by


*Dr'c. I3 39- DER0
stann Creek Disitrict tEhe riphl- as-
:ending North StanaI~'k.'~o rth' byand
.IppClied fea by J. Ewfing, by road reserve
.:nd land occupied by A. Vanlie, South by


E. O. -B. BATRROW,
district Comrizissioner,
Toledo,


L .S .


TO LEASE.









j8 ~BRITISH H-ONDUSRAS GAiZETTE


Colonial Secretary's (f;'r Ac.
Belize, 25th Jan~uary, r940.

TENDERS FOR ASPHALTIC BITUMEN
ROAD EMULSIONS.
Tenders are invited for the supply of Asphaltic
Bitumen Road Emulsions for the year 1940.
The approximate quantities that will be re-
quired are as follows :-
(a) 300 drums of Asphaltic Bitumen Road
Emulsion to comply with the requirements
of British St.u!;~lrd Specification Nuo. 434
(b) 750 drums of Asphaltic Pltumien Road
Emulsion generally similar to the above
except that it should be suitable for use
with aggregates containing earth and simi-
lar impurities.
One half of the above quantities must be
delivered at Belize not later than I5th April,
'949-
Firms submitting tenders should give full
technical details and characteristics of any
proprietory Product which meets the require-
ments of the above materials stating in particu-
lar the viscosity of the emulsion.
The emulsion should preferably: be supplied
in drums containing approx-imately- 50 United
States gallons.
Prices quoted should be c.i.f., Belize, duty
free.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily
be, ac-cepted..
Tendes mared "Aphaltic Bitumi-n Road.
Emulsions" will1 be received at the Colonial
Pre. rct~il 's Office not later than noon on Mon-
day, 12th February, 1940.
By Command.
A. WOILFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

Edn. 8/40.
Educatfion Office,
Belize, zoth2 Janulyll~ 1940.

TEACHERS' & PUPIL TEAC1HER5'
EXYAMINATIONLS, 1940.
It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1940, wV~ill be held on T'uesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 7th, 8th and 9th. Mlay,
1940.
2. Applications for entry mu.t, be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and
form 6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations
.and must reach the Edurcation Office not later
than, the 3Ist Marchz, 1940. As after this date
no entry will be received, intending candidates
should send in their entries, duly completed and
signed, as early as possible so as to allow for
possible delay in the mail.
3 Pupil teachers and their principals are
rem nded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are *further reminded
that, after 1940, no pupil teacher will be eligible
for engagement who has not passed at least the
First Year Pupil Teachers' Examination.
By Order.
E. E. CARMAN.
Director of Educcation.


North Stann Creek, l'c-t, by North S$tann
'Creek .. .... .. Ta1. 2r. 10p.

*'*Jan. 19, 194o--CHARLES COILLINr-
Belize District, situate near the Belize-Corozal
Road in the vicinity of the- 30 Mile Post, North
by road reserve, Crown land and land formerly
granted to Louis Prince, East by land granted
to Serapio Ciego, South by Crown land and land
granted to Richard FranciS, West -y Crow~n
land; being land formerly granted to G; N.
Greenidg .. .. .. .. 20 acres

"'*Jan. 23, I940-PTETI` RI:NILLO: :r( GONGUE .
--Stann Creek Diistrict, situate between M~an-
grove Creek and Mullins River, North by block
No. 42, East by block No- 50, South by road
reserve and block No. 60, West by block No. 46-
being block No. 48 forfnerly leased to Francis
Arnold ... 8a. Ir. 25p.

** *Jan. 4, 940--WILIAM MANCAr,~ -Toledo
District, situate on the left ascending Punta
Yeacos Lagoon, North by Crown land, East by
the lagoon, South by Crown land, West by land
granted to Elfreda Belisle .. ..5 acres

*C#Jan U. 12,O94-MEIBA FLOP.FS-Stann
Creek District, situate in the Cs:rk Reserve;
being~ block No. 681 .. 11a. 3r. 14p.

***Jan. 24, 19)40-OSWALD WADE-Belize
District, situate in the Chichawate Area, North
by Crown land, East by land granted to D.A. .
Perry, South by land granted to Ella Solomnon.
West by Crown land 19 acres

***Jan. 27, 194o-LIO.UIS BELISLE-Belize
District, situate near Freshwater Creek, Mliana-
tee, North by Crown land and land of John
McDonald, East by Crown land, SI:uth by Crown
land, West by land formerly leased to Charles
Tillett; being land formerly leased to Frederilck
Henry 5 acres


LOCATION TICKETS

CANCELLED.

M.P. S.G. 378-36--B. S.~ GREEN s it --Stann
Creek District, situate on the right ascending
North Stann Creek. 50 acres. At the request
of the settler.

LIP. S.G. 04nI-B. S. GREENSIDE--Stann
Creek District, situate at. 19 Miles on the Stann
Creek; Railway. 14a. 2r. 2p. At the request
of the settler.

MIb.P. S.G. ~.-60c~-B. S. GREENSIDE--Stann
Creek: Deltrict, Aituate on the right ascending
Nob Stanln Creek. 157a. 3r. 2p. (blocks
No~C 3(,. 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 57
and ~YVcres). At the request of the settler.

N P. S.G. olS --B. S. GREENSIDFJ-Stann
Creek D~tistnt, situate in the Agricultural Set-
tkement. '7a. 3J*, Splr (Plot No. 56). At the
request of tbeekgiiaer.
M.P. RSd. og8S--B. S. GREENCIDE--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Agric~ultural Set-
tlement. 7a. 3r, 3p. (Plo~t No- 58). At the
request of the settler:.


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BRITISH HONDUI~RAS GAZETTE 5


Edn. 69/35.

Edulcation Offic..',
Belize, 23 Jan~uary I940.

LONDON UNIVERSITY'
MATRICULATION.
It is hereby notified for general information
that as a War Emergency measure a candidate
who has already taken the Illand..n Ma~t~riculatlion
Examination and failed to pass in one subject
only will be all.,m ed to complete his (or her)
matriculation by passing in that subject alone
at a subsequent Matriculation Examination.
The University` fee for entry for one sub:-jrlt
in these circumstances will be one guinea.
London Matriculationr Exemption.
The above concession will also be allowed in
the case of a candidate who fails to qualify for
exemption from the London Matriculation Ex-
amination at the Cambridge School Certificate
Examinatiqu, but qualifies for a Scb.:.*sl :C-rtiii-
cate and obtains, at one and the same examina-
tion, four out of the five credits required; such
a candidate may complete his (or her) q.ualdiis-
tion for matriculation by passing with c~redit in
the fifth subject at a subsequent School Certifi-
eate Examination, or by passing in that subject
at the London Matriculation E:.::.lunination.. pro-
vided that the five pubjec~t a together form a
combination of subjects acceptable under the
regulations.
The fee for registration of matriculation in
these circumstances will be three gmineas, ex-
clusive of any fee charged for entry to either of
the examinations-
Certificates.
No Matriculation Certificate will be awarded
to a candidate who matriculates in any of the
above ways but in all other respects his (or her)
matriculation will be treated as normal.

By Order.


Director of E~acai n ?~


BRITISH HONDURAS, I940.
In the Supreme Court Probate Side- -
General Registry,
Belize, ry January 1940.

In the Goods off MATTrHE' GEO)RI;E
STEPHEN late g~ of Belize,, Bookseller,
deceased.

Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by Isabella
Victoria Stephen of Belize, Widow.
The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited .to show cause on
or before Monday the 5th day of February,
1940, why such letters should not be granted
to the said Isabella Victoria Stephen.
A. O. LON'GSW'ORTH,
Reg-istrar General.


Belize, yd' Februcrary, 1940.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.

The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 13 of the
Forest Rules, 1927, in order to give any person
an oppor;tun~ity of making representation with
regard to any such aIpplic tion No such re-
presentation will be considered unless it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conseryt-
tor of Forests and nzot to any forest I.}fuer' by
name) within fourteen days of t~he date of pub-
lication of the Gazette in which the advertise-
ment of the application first'appears.

By Order.

NEIL S. ScTE\VENSO:N,
Conservator of Forests.

- -tc---

Second Putblication.
DENBIGH JEFFERY:--Stann Creek 10~s-'
trict: The drainage basin of Sittee River and
'its Blackwrater Pullsbuecs and Cacao branches,
bounded on the east by the Branch and the
Finish Estates and on all other sides by Crown
Land, excluding all lands leased and granted.
Mahaony .. .. 50 trees Min.
MORDECAI E;. TAYLOR:--Belize District:
Pine Ridge on Crown Lands bounded on the
nort h by private lands(Jerningharn Lnd Riceand
m'illiamson) and Freshwater Creek; on the east
by\ No-rthern L~agoon, M~anatee Creeki and South-
ern Lagoon; on the south byt~he ha rdwood forest
all:ondculrantru.-i- reek and on the w~eat by hard-
wood forest,
Pine .. 900 trees Min. annually.

Fu st Putblication.
DENBIGH JEFFERY:--Belize District:
Crown lands between Belize R~i;er and Spanirsh
Creek bounded on the west by~ Sarah H3umnes
property of B, E. & P. Co. an'd on the northeast
by estates of Sarah F~aber. excluding all lands
leased and granted. (Property No. 52)
Mrohog~any .. .. .. 35 trees Mia.


No. 91.


Forest Dip,'Ie.


M1.P. 01173.


No. 92.


LICENSED H'OOD lblEASURE
In accordance n ith the pro~visin o
II of chapc~ter rr10 of the Co wVs
1924, it is hereby~ notified that..ght iate
and licence of L~uther E. Bentowof Belfe, as a
licensed measure, hav'e been lodged ~fo record
in the General Registry.



A.: O ~~BPSWORTH,
R;:imal~r. Gerlatrl.










BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No- 93.

SUMMaARY OF METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS

DuriLng the monthi of December, 1939.

BA4ROM3ETER STATION PRESSURE IN INCHES.
(At M.S.M. and Gravity oftl.aitude 17' 303 (Barometer cistern 17 ft. above Mecan Sea Leveli
Absolute Rxtremes of Pressure)
Average Mlonthly Mlean
Highest Date Lowest Date
3,o~ool 36,I0.Io Stu 29.840 28th

TEMPERAhTURES IN THE SHADE (Fahrenhei~t Degrees).

Mean Daily Mean Daily Aerag~e Mronthly Mean (Absolute Extremes of Temperature)
Maximum Minimum of Dsdy Masxlnum and
Temperature Temperature Minimum Temperatures Hig hestr Date Lowest Date

83. ,. 627 72.9) 8;8.o 29th 56,.0 I6th


RELIATIV2E HUMlIDITY' (taken from Ht'er and Dry Bulbs).
Average Monthly Mean Highest Date Lowest Date

94%" xoo% Ist, I3th, 23rd1, 86.s3TSt
syth E 25th!.

W~IND MhOVEMEN4TS IN MILES (Standard Anemometer above ground 45.7 tt),
Average Hourly Velocity Prevailing Direction Maximum Velocity and Direction Date
1o m.p~h. N.E. &e3 N.W. 24 m.p.h. N. N.E. 12th & 19th

PRECIPITATION (in inches and hulndredths).
Total Amoiunt Greatest Amount in :4 consecutive hours Date

7.24 2.79 2 et


RALPH A. GILL, Meteorological Obsrcreer.


7 1938 1939


MlONTH


I_


~


~


January
February
March

April
May
June

July.

SAugust
September
October


g N -irDecemb-r


The mean annual rainfall in Belize for the years 1906 to 1932 was 81.83 inches. During this period the
highest recorded rainfall was 130.94 inches in 1911, and the lowest'42.36 inches in 19_'3

By Command.
A. WOLFFSOHN,
M.P. 0013. Acting Colonial Secretary.


9.07
1.06
2.39
3.68
7.02
11.01
8.10
3.84
6.12
15.12
14.40
8.77
91.21


3.65
2.16


1.10
0.13
3.20
5.41
7.21
5.09

24.27.
8.21
2.28
65;.91


4.f9
3.85
1.47
4.30
10.14
15.30


6.56
12.83
14.37
23.90
2.51
111.80


5.69
1.05
3.95
5.ci
2.51
11.26
10.55
6.41
10.69
8.29
4.87
5.08

75.43


8.89
4.38
0.35
1.49
5.48
9.85
3.98
10.77
12.08
12.08
8.52
3.31
81.20


4.31
3,71
1.49
0.63
2". IS
4.65

5.87
5-95
10.76
6.08
1.27
7.24
54.14


RAINFALL --BELIZE.

1934 1935 1936 193










BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 61


BRITISH HONTDURAS.
COMPARATIVE statement showing the Principal Exports of Domestic Produce dunrni
the period 1st Jaquary, 1939, to 31st D;-cemtwlr, 1939, and the corres~ponding period in
the year 1938.


- IL L-rl -1IIIIIII


I 1 I __ I_


No. 94.


M.P. 0512.


1939


1938


Cou ntr iEs
of final
Destination


Articles


Quantities B


Va~lue :


I


CLASS I--F~ood,. Drink and
Tobacco.
Fruits, Fresh:
Bananas ..,........ ..... B.:hs.
Bananas ................ Behs.
Grapefruit . . .. . .. Cwrt.
Giraperfruir .....,........ Cwt.
Grapefruit ..........~. .. Cwt.
Grapefruit ...........:.. Cwt-
Oranges . .. ... .. .. Cwt.
Oranges ................ Cwt.
Or-anges ....,........... Cwt.
Plantains ................ No.
Plantains .. .. .. .. . .. No.
Plantains .. .. .... .. . ... No.
Grapef~ruil. canned ...... Lb.
Grapefruit, canned ....Lb.
Grapefruit Juice .. . ... Lb-
Grapefruit Juice . .. ... Lb.
Shark Fins.. .........-.. .Lb.
Lobsters .. . .. ... b'


15
,.-'.563
218
7,406
36,371
37
36
26


6,ooo





88
r3,440





685.310


142
27
3


I,ooo
7,5oo
2,817,800

2o,250

601,670
3943749
6I2;307
186


494


1,169
3 3
11,957
46o,o88
66
187

I,os4
3.sI
5,607
1,437
192,225
I,180


7
1?/915
409
11.561

40.
157
49

125
53
125




25
550





23r,630
16.;I10

8,167
515
81


8
40




10,235
8,720
3,049
10,I00


388


1,229
327o9
3" 5
406,7l
L*5 .s5
5,493

I.475
I,050
S5,404
IJ4
'-4;7339
1286


659
10,857
28,765

26
21
40
37,500



45.360
47>728
45'1,61.x'






255.752
4173.477



18
4
17



4,;726,740
5 '550

250


r9,038



S -I' I

8.); I -~
-- ,


34-10
Rg0.4



Slo
II 2

227,147


Cayman Is.
U.S.A.
Bermuda
Canada
U.K.
Cayman Is.
Bermuda
Canada
Hondurls
U.S.A.
Cayman Is.
M/exico
Canada
U.K.
U.K.
Canada
U.S.A.
Tinal Zone




Canada
U.S.A.
U.K.

U.S5 A.
U.S.A.
Jamaica
Jamaiea

U. K.
Mexiico
U.S.A.
Canada
CSvman Is.
- Mexlco
SPanama
U.S A.
U.K.
U.K.A
U.K.


1,383
22,795


So
39
25
3- "


2,80oo

1,720
1,950






F3.6f66
57,o037


5 g64

150
42



49,367
4t36

6

6,871
94

2, 9
Sr


CLASS II--Raw Materials and
Articles mallinly Un-
manufactured.
Gums: Chicle .......,.....
Gums: Chicle .........,...L
Gums: Ch'icle .,........... L
Hides and skm~:
A~lligatolr Soins .. ...... E'
Shark. Skins ............ C!
Shark Skins ...,...,.... C'
Other kinds .,........... C'
Nuts and Kernels:
Coconuts .. .. .. .. ... .. P

Cconut ........'

CoCon ..:...... E


,b.

,b.l


wl
wl



(0.


Copra .................. Lb.
Copra .....I............L.
Copra . ... . . ... .. L
Cohune Nuts b.

S rtse Shell: H wkshill ... L

Sponges ..........:........ Lb
Wood ahd TimberonesL
Unmanufactured :
Cedar Logs . .. . Cu. Ft.
Cedar Logs .....,..... Cu. Ft.
M~ahogan., Logs ....Cu. Ft.
Mahogany Logs ...,... Cu. Ft.
Logwood .,.......,..... Tons
Rosewood ........,...... Tons
Lumber, Unmanufactured:
Cedar Lumber ........ Cu. Ft.
Mahogany Lumber .. Cu. Ft.
Mahogany Lumber . .. Cu. Ft.
Mahogany Lumber .... Cu. Ft.
Mahogany Lumber .... Cu. Pt.
Mahogany Lumber .. Cu. Ft.


U.K.


I,oba


590J
.5,r6x
291.
2d!$1


T6r


I


R. K. MASSON, Collector of Customs.


Belize, 29th January, 1940.










62 BRITISH HONDU!RAS GAZETTE


No. 95. ..\9

Town Board Offices, G (CA Z E TT E
Belize, 25th JanuarPy, 1940.
Subscriptioln Rates.
NOTICE.
The Gazette will be suppiledl to sub-
scribers at the rate of $4.00 for the
It is proposed in accordance wjth Section 15 calendar year, payable in advance,
(c) (I).of the Town Board Bye-Law~s of 5th all subscriptions expiring on 31st De-
February, 1930, to swing the Belize Bridlge at cember.
5 o'elock in the mornings instead of betw-een the.
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each.
If anyone has any objections to the above
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Printed by the Government Printer.





















GOVERNMENT


A ETTE

BRITISH HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 9 BELIZE, 10th FEBRUARY, 1940 Page 6(


No. 96.


Mi.P. 01201.


M.P. 01223.
Colonial Secretary's office,
Belize, 25th, Jan~uary, r940.
TENDERS FOR ASPHALTIC BITUMEN
ROA\D EMlUL.SIONS.


BRITISH HONDURAS.

THE UNDESIRABLE ALIENS EXPULSION
ORDINANCE--CHAPTER 115 OF THE
CONSOLIDATED LAWS, 1924.


EXPULSION OBRDER..
Tenders art insisted fo~r thle upplyl of .hp~haltic
WHEREAS the District Commissioner of the *The approximate quantities that will be re-
Toledo District has certified to me that on the quired are as follows:--
twenty-sixth day of January, 1940,- you,
ARTURO REYES, an alien, were convicted of (a) 3oo drums of Asphaltic Bitumen Road
an offence for which such Court had power to Emulsion to comply with the requirements
impose imprisonment without the option of at of British Standard Specification No. 434
fine--to wit that you did enter the Colony else-
where than at an approved Port in contraven- (b) 750 drums of Asphaltic Bitumen Road
tion of Section 6 (I) of the Undesirable Immi- Emulsion generally similar to the above
grants Ordinance, I936: ANDL FURTHER except that it should be suitable for use
that the said Court recommended that an Ex- 'vith aggregates containing earth an~d sinui-
pulsion Order should be made in your case in lar impurities.
addition to the said sentence: One half of the above quantities Imust be
delivered at B~elize not Ster than! 15th April,
NOW, I, WILL;IAM JOHNSTON, Officer 1940.
Administering the Government and Commander-
in-Chief in and over the Colony of British Hon- Firms submitting tenders 411v.uld1 gl\~ive fu
duras, hereby order that you, ARTURO REYES Itechnical details and chiaracteriiticsj I-f onn
the said alien, shall be arrested on the date of proprietor\ product whiih mIe-Ets the requlire-
your release from prison and deported from the ments of thie abov-l\e ma~tcrial itatingS inl part ic u-
Colony of British Honduras in such manner as Ilar the viscosity of thle emnul-inn~l.
the Superintendent of Police shall direct-: AND
FUJRTHER that thereafter you shall remain The emulsion shoul.l:1 Irl~refrably b:e iup
out of the said Colony. in drums containing~ appl:roxsimtllYc c 50 ed
States gallons. .,
W. JOH-NSTON,
Admzinistering the Government. Prices quoted sholuldl be c.i.f.. Belize, d~uty
.free.
Government House,
The lowest or any tender Rjl-~not necressa-rill y
Belize, 2nd February, 1940. be accepted. 4
N.B.-If you fail to comply with this order .Tenders marked ''Asiphaltic Bitumen~ Roa~d
you are guilty of an offence under the abovre- Emulsions" will be received at the G~l.lonial
mentioned Chapter and liable to penalties imn- Secretary's Office not later than noon on Mon-
posed by section a subsection (2) thereof. Iday, Izth February, I940.









64 BRITISH HONDUkAS GAZETTE


Belize, Iothz Febr~uary, 1940.

BILL TO BE PRESENTED TO THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
The under-mentioned Bill, the full text of
which was published with the Gazette as shown
in parenthesis, will be presented at a forth-
comingg meeting of the Legislative Council and
notification is hereby given in accordance with
the Standing Rules and Orders:--
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to provide for
the Payment of Compensation to Workmen for
Injuries suffered in the course of their Employ-
ment.

(Published in Gazette dated 27th January,I940.)

By Command.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


information, of the following message from the
President of the Board of Trade in London,
England.
By Command.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.



I am glad to have this opportunity of remov-
ing the doubts which may have been entertained
about the determination of the United K~ingdom,
notwithstanding the war, to maintain to the
fullest possible extent its trade with countries
oversea.

It was, of course, inevitable tha-t. the out-
break of war should give rise to a brief laceriod~i of
uncertainty and hesitation in all countries. .So
far, however, as this country is concerned, I
should like to emphasise that this phase is de-
finitely passing and that our manufacturers and
traders are more than ever ready to respond to
the deamnds of their overseas customers, in the
knowledge that the maintenance of our export
trades vital to the successful prosecution of the
war and that the Government are earnest in
their declared intention of doing all within their
power to promote it.

Though it has been necessary to take measures
to control the export of certain goods by
licence, the greater proportion of our normal
exports remains unaffected, anTI where export
licences are necessary, the delays which at the
outset occurred in issuing them, have now been
eliminated.

Similarly, though some control of certain
materials for manufacture is necessary, there is
no reason, so far as can be foreseen, to apprehend
any current shortage of the materials required
for the manufacture of the bulk of the goods
forming our normal export trade, and arrange-
ments are being made to enable our major ex-
porting industries to plan their future produc-
tion for export by allocating to them in advance
the materials they will require.



CAZ ETTE

Subscription Rates.

The Gazette will be supplied to sub-
scribers at the rate of $4.00 for the
calendar year, payable in advance,
all subscriptions expiring on 31st De-
cember.

Single copies will be sold at 15 cents
each.

Rates for Non-Official Notices.

First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
single columns.

Second and every subsequent inser-
tion of the same notice, 25 cents per
inch, single column.


Belize, 29th, Januanry, 1940.

NOTICE TO IMPORTERS.
(Statutory iRule and Order No. 86 of 1939.)

Importers are hereby warned that any future
contravention of Regulation 3 or 4 of the Im-
ports Regulations (S$tatutory Rule and Order
No. 86 of 1939) will be dealt with in accordance
with the provisions of Regulation 7 of the said
Statutory Rule and Order-
No further warning in this connection will be
is sued.


No. 97-


Belize, 9th' Februtary, I940.


DEFENCE REGULATIONS.

(Advisory Comrmittee.)

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 18 of
Part III of the Defence Regulations, 1939 (S. R.
& O. No. 69 of 1939), His Excellency the Officer
Administering the Government has appointed
the under-mentioned gentlemen to be an Ad-
v:isory Committee :-
His Honour the Chief Justice, Chairman,
The Honourable Mr,- H. I. Melhado,
O.B.E., J.P.,
C. M. Staine, Esquire, Chairman, Belize
Town Board.


No. 98.


M.P. 0272o.


No. 99.


M P. ...;-2.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, Iothz Febru~ary, 1940.

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF
THIE BOARD OF TRADE.
His Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government directs the publication, for general









BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 65


The war may bring occasional difficulties and
uncertainties. Our traditional mastery of the
sea will, however, continue to ensure that there
shall be free access to and from our ports and
that we may look with confidence to the main-
tenance of that interchange of goods which in
war time, as in peace time, is so valuable alike
to those wYho buy and those who sell. Those
countries with which we have conducted trade
in the past may be assured that in return for the
goods we shall be wanting to buy from them,
they will be able to buy from us most, if not all,
of the goods they have obtained from us in the
past, and that our standards of quality and
workmanship will be maintained.

OLIVER STANLEY.



No.i; Too. goo Post Office,

Belize, 3rd Febr~uary, 1940.

;CORRESIPONDENCE WITH FRIENDS IN
ENEMY TERRITORY.

Notice is hereby given that arrangements have
been made whereby correspondence can be sent
from this Colony to persons in enemy or enemy
occupied territory, subject to the following
conditions.:
I. Letters should be written in EnIglish or
German without the address of the sender, and
must contain nothing but matter of personal
interest. No enclosure of the following nature
is permitted--any printed matter, map, plan,
sketch, drawing, print, photograph, or other
descriptive or pictorial representation, or post-
age or revenue stamps. No reference should be
made to any phase of the war.
2. Communications must be as brief as possi-
ble in order to avoid delay in censoring.
3. Letters must be placed in an open envelope
fully addressed to the addressee.
4. The envelope containing the letter should
bie placed in an outer envelope and posted to the
Censor, Post Office, Belize, together with a
memorandum plainly written, containing in
block characters the name and full address or
the sender, and an open addressed envelope for
the forwarding: of a reply, should one be received
from the correspondent. The correspondent in
Germany should be informed, if he wishes to
send a reply, that the reply should be addressed
to the sender care of Post Box 60I, Amsterdam.
5. The communication to the Censor must
enclose Postal Order value 60e (stamps or In-
ternational Coupons cannot be accepted), which
fee will cover: -
(I) The postage of one envelope contain-
ing one communication to the neutral country.
(2) Postage from the neutral country to
the enemy country.
(3) In case a reply is sent from the cor-
respondent in the enemy country the fee also
includes postage from the neutral country to
the Head Office of this Government's inter-
mediaries in London.
(4) Letters exceeding one ounce in
weight will be subject to an additional charge.
(5) The Government's intermediaries un-
dertake this transaction at the sole risk in all


respects of the sender, and on the express un-
derstanding that no action will lie against
them be reason of any act or default on their
part or on the part of any person or agent em-
ployed by them.
(6) Money cannot be sent to Germany in
letters as mo!~nrih ned above, but it may be
possible to obtain permission to send money
in cases where the Authorities consider such
course to be warranted. Normallyi such per-
mission would only be granted where the
recipient is a British subject or a widow of
British birth.
(7) Communications for Prisoners of War
(i.e., British and AIllied Naval, Military ~and
Air Force prisoners and civilian internees)
must not be sent under the foregoing arrange-
ment, but forwarded in accordance with the
regulations to be obtained at any Post Office.

By Order.

P. C. P. BOWEN,
Censor.


Edn. 69/35.

Education Office,
Belize, 23 Jan~uary, 1940.,

LONDON UNIVERSITY
MATIRICULATIPON.
It. is hereby notified for general information
that as a War Emergency measure a candidate
who has already taken the ~London Matriculation
Examination an.! f,-.iledl to pasr :n one subject
only will be nlkl:v~iid to complete his; (orr he~r)
matriculation by passing in that sub~jc~t al* ne~
at a subsequent Matriculation Examination.
The University fee for entry for one subject
in these circumstances will be one guinea.
London Matricutlation Exemption1.
The above concession will also be allowed in
the case of a candidate who fails to qualify for
exemption from the LI-ndon: l Matriculation Ex-
amination at the Camb~ridge School Certificate
Examination, but qualifies for a School Certifi-
cate and obtains, at one and~ thle ssame examlina-
tion, four out of the five credits requil;rtcd: such
a candidate may complete his (or heiri qua:lifiia-
tion for matriculation by passing with credit in
the fifth subject at a subsequent School Certifi-
cate Examination, or by painrr in that nbject
at the L~ondon MatrsL1 31un x. iti c at~;i~~r ion~l. 14. -;
vided that the five 'LubJtcts Ilctogethe turli ;in
combination of subjeict~ accepytable~I 1;n~- r thie
regulations.
The fee for registraltlurn oft m!.:tricU!~.uiinnl in
these circumstance- 11 ill ber thlrc- :.nline .., 4 *~i
elusive of any fee c:?.lr.rrd- fr~r entlly; ito rlath~
the examinations. a
Certificates.
No Matriculation Ce~rtificate; will bet awairde-d
to a candidate who m striculates~ in any~ of thle
above ways but in all o:t her respects his~ Irr hrer I
matriculation will be t~r'atEd1 as lnorml.

By O~rder.

B. E. CARM~N.
Director of Ed~ucationz.











66 BRITISH HONDULRAS GAZETTE


4. All returns, &c., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury), Belize, or to the District Commis-
sion~er in an out-district, from whom the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file Returns within the time
prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.

By Order.

A. WOl P~SOHN,
Income Tax Commissioner.



M.P. 0352

Towan Board Offices,
Belize, 25th Januzary, 1940.

NOTICE .

It is proposed in accordance with Section 15
(c) (r) of the Town Board Bye-Laws of 5th
February, 1930, to swing the Belize Bridge at
5 o'clock in the mornings instead of between the
hours of 7 and 8 as at present.
If anyone has any objections to the above
proposal, these should be lodged at the Offices
of the Town Board not later than Thursday the
29th day of February, I940.

By; Order.

H. H. CRAIG,
Towen Clerk.


Edn. 8/40.
Education Office,
Belize, zoth January, 1940.

TEACHERS' & PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1940.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examrina-
tions, 1940, w:ill be held on Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 7th, 8th and 9th May,
1940.
2. Applications for entry must. be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and
form 6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations
and muz~st reach the Ed~ucationt Office not later
than the 3Ist Marchz, I940. As after this date
no entry will be received, intending candidates
should send in their entries, duly completed and
signed, as early as possible so as to allow for
possible delay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are
reminded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that, after 1940, no pupil teacher will be eligible
for engagement who has not passed at least the
First Yeat Pupil Teachers' Examination.

By Order.
B. E. CARMAN,
Director of Educcation.


Belize, Ioth February, 1940.

FOREST APPLICATIObNS*
The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 13 of the
Forst~ rulesi. 1927, in order to give any person
an opportunity of making representation with
regard to any such application. No such re-
presentation w~ill be considered unless it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conserva-
tor of Forests and not to any forest officer by
namze) within fourteen days of the date of pub-
lication of the Gazette in which the advertise-
ment of the application first appears.

By Order.


Conservator of Forests.

Se cond P~ublication.
DENBIGH JEFFERY:--Belize District:
Crown lands between Belize River and Spanish
Creek bounded on the west by Sarah Humes
Property of B. E. & P. Co. and on the northeast
by estates of Sarah Faber, excluding all lands
leased and granted. (Property No. 52)
Mahogany . .... 35B trees Min*


N 0. 102;
Forest Office,
Belize, 8th February, 1940.

CHICGLE DEALERS' & CONTRACTORS'
LICENCES .
In accordance with regulation 13 of the Chicle
Regulations, 1936, the following particulars are
published for general information:--
Dealer's Licence expiring 30.6.40.


Thze Treasutry,
Belize, 3 Jantuary 1940.

NOTICE *
INCOME TAX.

P~ERSO:NS lixb~le to pay Income Tax are
re ded~g that they are required to file returns
of the it income in respect of the year ending
3rst Deicembe~r, 1939, on or before the 3Ist

2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c.,
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
(Treia ury) not later than the 3Ist March, 1940.
3. In the case of any person carrying on
business, a cerrtified cop-y~ of the Profit &z Loss
Account and Ba~lance Shee~t should accompany
the return.


No. 101.


Forest Office,


R. E. Foote


Belize 434'

By Order.

N. S. STEVENSON '
rConservator of Fore@ ~









BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 67


***Feb. 3, I940--TORIBIO GONGUEZ--
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of Mul-
lins River; being lot formerly held on lease by
applicant .. .. Lot No. 106


TO PURCHASE.
**Janc. 4, 1940--WILLIAM MANGA--Toledo
District, situate on the. left ascending Punts
Yecacos Lagoon, North by Crown land, East by
the lagoon, South by Crown land, West by land
granted to Elfreda Belisle .. .. 5 acres
"*Jan. If, 194o-MELBA FLORES--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve;
bding block Nil. 01,S .. 11a. 3r. 14p.
***JaAi. 17, 1940--DEMETRIO CAMBRANfES
-Cayo District, situate on the right a-cending
the Western Branch, Belize River, North by the
river and block No. 576, East by the river, South
by land applied for by J. P. de Contreras, West
by the Western Frontier Line; being block No.
5764. now held on lease by applicant 50 acres
***Ja~n. 19, 1940--DONALD COLEMAN--
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Monkey River, North by Crown land, East by
Crown land and land granted to Alejandlro
Guillen, South by the river, West by Crown
land; being -the west portion of block No. 8i
f..r merl\- leased to WTilliam Anderson. 12 acres
Jan. 19, I94o--CHARLES COLLINS--
Belize District, situate near the Belize--Corozal
Road in the vicinity of the 30 Mile Post, North
by road reserve, Crown land and land formerly
granted to Louis Prince, East by land granted
to- Sera~io, C iego-, SouthI 01. Crou\ n lanod and land
4ranted~ to, Ric~hard F~rancis, W\est -y Crown-
Iland; being landl formetrly granted to G~. N.
Greenidge . ... .. 20 acres
*Jan. 23, I940--PETRONILLO GO'NGUEZ
-Stann Creek District, situate between Man-
grove Creek and Mullins River, North by block
No. 42, East.by block No. 5o, South by road
reserve and block No. 60, West by block No. 46
being block No. 48 formerly leased to Francis
Arnold .. .. .. 8a. 1r. 25p.
**Janz. 24, 194o--OSWA.- LD WADE- Betize
District, situate in the Chlchawa\-te Area, North
by Crown land, East by nlan gralted to D. A.
Perry, South by land granlted to: E:lla Solomnon,
West by Crown land . .. 19 acres
**Jan. 27, I940- LDOitTI BELISLF-Ie-Bzelz
District, situate near Fresh\; ate~r C~rr-k, slana~-
tee, North by CDo-nu a lan aInd l and. ol _TJohn
McDonald, East by Crow \n landl, South! b! Crosvy
land, West by land formrerl\ leiased t-, C'harles
Tillett; being I~llan formerl?- leased to- F~redelricki
:Henry . .. .. . 5 ac res
***Feb. I, Irln4-i..-CHALE~ A. TO
Belize District. -ituate ..n thei right use'
:Black Creek, DChI~:e Rh er, at W-ashi~e
Front Ridge, Northi hI. irown land by\
Crown land, s..u~th 1.7- land granted John
Giddeon, West by,~ ~lan rccupied by A2. Cadle and
N. Pinkard; being- land- formlerly occupied by
Daniel Davis . .. . 20 acre s
e**Feb. I, I.,y.- HERER BR RHAB T. ItN--
Belize District. situate o~n the~ right aiCCendlll
SBelize River and about half a mile n~rt h of Mla!
IPen, North o-f Crlw~n land, East by Crow\\n Iland,
South by Croii a landl and land granted~ to (;cot-
Sfery Sw~asey, West by Crown land 20 acres


No. Io3.


Survey Departmnent,


Belize, Ioth Februtary, 1940.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Governmentt Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in
relation to any such application*
Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that
applications must be prepared for this delay-

The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S. BUSBY,
Acting Director of Sutrveys.



TO LEAeSE;

*Dec. 2, 1939--THEODORE LAJIBEY'-
Stann Creek District, situate in the Village of
Seine Bight . .. .. Lot No. 59
**Dec. 28, 1939-SELWYN BERNARD-
St run Creek District, situate at Sarawina Vil-
lage, plots Nos. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33,
34, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 and 46,,
**Dec. 29, 1939--MAN UE;LAS ARIOLA-
Toledo District, situate in th~e \`illage of Bar-
ranco . . . .. Lot No. 126
**Janz. II, I940--FLORENCE CADL~E-
Toledo District, situate in the town of Monkey
River, South Side .. Lot No. 39
*Jan. 12, 1940-LUCUIO ARANA--Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek .. .... .. Lot No. 459
**Ja~n. 16, 1940--SANTOS VICENTE--
Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda.. .. .. .. Lot No. 510
**Jan. 23, I940--CATARINO ARZU--Toledo
District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda
Lot No. 366

**Jan. 24, 1940-EMELINE PAUX--Stann
Creek District, situate in the town of Stann
Creek .. .... .. Lot No. 525
**Jan. 25, I940--HAROLD N. WESBY-
Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda ... ... .. Lot No. 214
**Janz. 27, 1940--REUBEN CADLE--Belize
District, situate on the right bank of Mussel
Creek, Belize River, North by Crown land, East
by Crown land, South by road from the Boom
to Scotland, West by Mussel Creek; being land
formerly leased to Richard Cadle .. 10 acres
***Feb. 2, I940-PFRANCISCA COLON-
Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda ... ... .. Lot No. 594
***Feb. 2, 1940--CHRISTOPHER L. HUMES
--Belize District, situate at Cemetery Road in
the town of Belize; being lot recently held on
lease by applicant .. .. Lot No. 24










68 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


***Feb. I, I940--SYDNEY GRPIFFITH-
B~elize District, situate at Rockstone Pond
Cohune Ridge, North by road reserve and Sec-
tion No. 16, East by Section No. 14, South by
Section No. 8, West by Crown land; being Sec-
tion No. 15 .. 16a. 2r. Op.
"***Feb. 6, 1940-CHARlES BETHRAN--
Belize District, situate on the left ascending the
Belize-Corozal Road at 16) Miles, North by
Crown land, East by the road, South by land
granted to Esther Banner, W~est by Crown land
10 acres


___ __


No. 105.
Magistrate's Office,
Belize, 6th Februanry, 1940.

LAND FOR SALE.

In accordance with Section 36 (I) of Chapter
24 of the Consolidated LCaws, 1924, the lands
described hereunder will be offered for sale at
public auction on Fridaiy the Ist da'y of March,
I940, at 2 p.m. on the green opposite the Dis-
trict Court building known as "Tlhe Battle-
field"':--
"All that piece or parcel of land situate at
Muscle Creek, Belize River, being a portion
of the Estate known as Staines, bounded on
the North-west by Muscle Creek, on the North-
east by the Estate known as John Evazns, on
the South-east by the Estate known as Bur-
rell Creek and on the South-west by the re-
maining portion of the said Estate known as
Staines, the area described comprising 2,ooo
alres .
In the event of there beine no bid for the
above portion of land then the whole of the
Estate will be put up for sale, the description
of which is as follows :-
"All that piece or parcel of land situate at
SMuscle Creek, Belize River, being the estate
known as Staines, bounded on the North-west
by Muscle Creek, on the North-east by the
estate known as John Evans, on the South-
east by the estate known as Burrell Creek
and on the South-west by Crown land, the
whole comprising an area of 4060, acres more
or less".
Plan may be seen at the Office of the Director
of Surveys at any time during business hours.
By Order.
W. H. COURTENAYI,
Acting Magistrate, Belize.


No. zo4.


Magistrate's Office,


Belize, 6tht Februtary, '940.

LAND FOR SALE.
Iti accordance with Section 36 (I) of Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, the land
descr-ibed hereunder will be offered for sale at
public auction on Friday the Ist day of March,
1940, at 2 p~m. on the green opposite the District
Court building known as "The Battlefield":-
"All that lot piece or parcel of land situate
on the Belize River being a portion of the
estate known as Lucy Patnett's and bounded
as follows:--On the North by the Belize River>
on the East by a line run due South from a
point on the Belize River approximately zoo
feet above the mouth of Black Creek, on the
South by Muscle Creek and on the West by
the Eastern boundary of the Estate known as
Bamboo Patch, the whole comprising 1930
acres more or less .
Plan rnay be ~seen at the Office of the Director
of Surveys at any time during business hours-
By Order.
W. H. COURTENAYT,
Acting Magistrate, Belize.


General Registry,


No. 105.


Beclize, 7th" February3, r140.

MINISTERS, OF RELIGION.

THE names of the following Ministers of Religion, ordinarily- officiating as such, have this day
Been registered in this office under the provisions of Chapter 99 of the Consolidated L~aw8s,
1924, as Ministers for celebrating Marriages :-


By Order.

A. O. LIONGSWiORTH,
Registrar Genteral.










BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 69


No. 107.

BRITISH HONDURAS RED CROSS FUND'

Contributions received up to the
31st January, 1940.


(J)
Jeffery, Major & Mrs. L~. A.
Johnston, Hon. W. .

(K)
Kattan Commercial Co. .
Kieffer, Master David .
Kieffer, Mr. & Mrs. W. H. ..
Kinloch, Mr. &r Mrs. J. B. ..


.. 5.oo
.. To.oo


25.oo
Io.oo
50.oo
Soloo


(A)
Abdo, Mr. & Mrs. Carlos
Agar, Sir Arthur .
Alvarado, Mrs. J. J.
Angelus Press ..
Ayuso, Mr. & Mrs. L. P.


.. 25.ooo
.. .. Too.oo
.. ..5.oo
.. .. 50.oo
.. .. 25.oo


(M)
Maestre, Messrs. Constantine & Norman loo.oo
Maltzahn, Dr. & Mrs. Edward R. Von 5.oo
Marchand, Mr. L. J. .. .. 5.00o
Melhado, Hon. & Mrs. HI. .. 500. oo
Melhado, Miss I. .. .. .. 25.oo
Methodist Church, Stann Creek .. 5.oo
Methodist Men's League .5 I oo
Methodist Women's League . 25 Poo
Metzgen, Capt. & Mrs. M. S. .. 20.oo
Murphy, Mr. &r Mrs. T. D. .. .. Soloo


(B)
Baptist Church .. .. ..
Barrowv, M2r. & Mrs. E. O. B. .
Bata Shoe Company.. .
Beattie, Hon. C. R. .. ..
Belize Bachelors Bold &r Grass Wi'
dowers Gay Dance .
Belize Estate & Produce Co., Ltd.
Behize Est. & Produce Co., Ltd., Bush


5 oo
25.oo
50.oo
50.oo

24o.oo
250.oo


Dept., Hill Bank .. .
Biddle, M~rs. C. .. .. ..
Biddle, Lieut. F. R. G. .
Biddle, Mr. F. VT. . .. .
Biddle, Mrs. F`. W. .
Biddle, Miss Helen .
Biddle, Miss Lois .
Biddle, Miss Vida .. .. ..
Bosch, Mr. Juan .. ..
Bourne, Mr. & Mrs. W. N. ..
Boyce, Mr. & M~rs. E. A. .
British Honduras Ex-Service Men
Association .. .. ..
Brodie &r Co., L~td., James .
Brown, Mr. &r Mrs. E. .
Buria, Mr. Jose Martinez ..
Burns, Sir Alan, K.C.M.G. ..
Busby, Mr. & Mrs. G. S. .

(C)
Carroll, Mr. & Mrs. J. A. .. .-
Cheverton, Hon. Dr. & Mrs. R. LI.
Cuthbert, Mrs. Amy..

(D)
Drag~ten, Mr. &r Mrs. F. R...
Dunn, The Most Revd. E. A.,
Archbishop of the West Indies ..

(E)
El Cayo District (Ist Instalment) .
Elliott, Mr. &5 Mrs. G. A. .. ..
Eyles, Mr. & Mrs. R. H. .

(F)
Foote, Capt. & Mrs. R. E. ..
Franklin, Mr. & Mrs. R. C. .
Fraser, Mr. & Mrs. C. N. .
Fraser, Master John .. ..
Fraser, Miss Joyce .. .. ..
Fraser, Master Neil ....
Fraser, Master Roy .. ..
Friedman, Dr. & Mrs. L. F.


Emi:


322-25
Too. oo
50.oo
Too.oo
Too.oo
50.oo
So.oo
50 oo
50.oo
25.oo
So.oo

4 -50
250 oo
I0.00
2o. oo
150.00
Io.oo


So. oo
So.oo
10.00


200.oo

50.oo


175. oo
25 oo
Soo.oo


30.oo
25.oo
25.oo
50
50
.50
50
25.oo

Too.oo
5.00
ly


(P)
Pallottine Missionary Sisters ..
Pearce & Stein, Drs. .
Police Force, Officers &r Ranks, Belize


20 .00
50.oo
54 -25


(8)
Queen St. Government School, Pupils of 3.oo


(]R)
Rice, Rt. Rev. Bishop William A.,
S.J .. .. .

(S)
Saint Johnm's Cathedral .. .
Saint John's College .. .
Saint Mary's School, Teachers &
Pupils .. .. .. .
Sisters of Mercy .
Staff, Customs Dept. .
Staff, James Brodie & Co., LItd..
Staff, John Harley & Co. .
Staff Prison Dept. . ..
Staff, R. H. Eyles.. .
Staff, Royal Bank of Canada
Stansbury, Mr. & Mrs. Horace .
Stevens, Capt. J. R. .
Stevenson, Mr. &r Mrs. N\eil


.25.oo


. T.oo
. 25. oo

. 0. oo
.20.00
.20.50
.73.co
.42.oo
. 7 -25
.30.50
.20.oo
. To.oo
. S.oo
.25.oo


(T)
Trapp, Mr. P. Lincoln

(Us)
United Fruit Co. ..
Uttley, Mr. & Mrs. D. P.


.. ..3.oo


. . So.oo
.. ..25.oo


(W)
Walker, Mr. C. M... .
Ward, Mr. J. F. .. .
Wesley Girl Guides, (Ist)
Second Belize Co. .. ..
Wilson, Rt. Revd. Douglas
(Assistant Bishop of B. H.) .
Wischenka, Mr. L . .. .
W~olffsohin, Hon. &r Mrs. A. .
Women's Auxiliary, Diocese of B3.H.
Wrigley, Jr., &~ Co., Wm. ...


5o.oo
50.oo

2. oo

25.oo
So. oo
50.oo
In~.oo
Ivo.oo'.


G bourel, Hion. H. L..
Gabourel, Mr. &r Mrs. R. E.
Gales Point, Manatee, per Mrs.
Myvett .. .
Gough & Canton .
Governor's Farew~ell Dance


(z
Zaiden, Mr. Carlos.


.. ..15.00'

P5j.518.65


..


5-50
50.oo
31.To

To.oo
2`50.oo
150.oo
2.60
z5.oo
50.oo


(H)
Hall, Mrs. Dorothea F. .
Harley & Co., John .. .
Hofius & Hildebrandt .
Holy Redeemer Boys' Scouts.
Hood's Bakery .. .
Hunter, Capt. &r Mrs. I. Dwight ..
Printed


CHAS. R. BEJATTIE,

Hon. 'Treasusrer,,

B. HI. Red, Cross FundLL.

Belize, 3Ist January, 1940.


by the Government Printer.























































Further particulars in connection with arrangements to be made for His
E~xcellency's arrival in Belize will be announced later.

By Commandi.

A. WO~LFFSOHN,
Acting Colo~nial Secretary.


His Excellency
Commander-in-Chief
Barrios, Guatemala,


John Adams Huntel-r. Esqu~ire, c~.M.G., Governor and
of Br-iitish Honl:1ulrsl, is exspectced- to arrive in Puerto
on the 24th February, 1940.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 29th, Januanry, I940.


NOTICE TO IMPORTERS.


(Statutory Rule and Order No. 86 of 1939.)


Importers are hereby warned that any future
contravention of Regulation 3 or 4 of the Im-
ports Regulations (Statutory Rule and Order
No. 86 of 1939) will be dealt with in accordance
with the- provisions of Regulation 7 of the said
Statutory Rule a~nd Order*


No further warning in this connection will be
issued,


No. Io9.


M.P. oIl9.


Belize, Izth Februtary, 1940.

SALE OF BUILDING SITUATED AT"
MILE 15 ON THE STANN CREEK
ROAD.

Tenders are invited for the sale hv~\ Gov\ern-
ment of a building formerly used as th!e terle-
phone operator's house and situated aIt ~l:'l'~roi-
mately mile 15 on the Stann Creek R~.~.1.. The~
building is of wood with corrugated iron roof.
It is supported by wooden posts about 30"
above ground level. The main building
measures 32' x 19' and it ii 8' fr. tn the floor to
the eaves. The building con~tain- two rooms--
one Is' x 20' and the other 15' x I2'. A 4' wide
verandah runs along the front. There 'is a
kitchen at the back measuring 8' x Io'.


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


N~o. 10 BELIZE, 17th FEBRUARY, 1940 Page 71


No. 108. M.P'. 0270x.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 15th Febr~uary, 1940.

ARRIVAL OF" GOVERNOR IN PUERTO-B$AIRRIOS.








72 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Tenders should be enclosed in sealed envelopes
marked "Purchase of House at Mile 15, Stann
Creek Road" and must be delivered at the
Colonial Secretary's Office not later than noon
on the IIth March, 1940.

The highest or any offer will not necessarily
be accepted

--- a --

No. Ilo.

Belize, I7thz Febr~uary, 1940.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and
Order is published with this issue of the Gazette
and forms part thereof :
No. 8 of 1940--The Defence (Compensation)
Regulations, 1940.

By Command.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


Magistrate's Office'
Belize, 6th, February, 1940.

LAND FOR SALE.

In accordance with Section 36 (I) of Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, the land
described hereunder will be offered for sale at
public auction on Friday the Ist day of March,
1940, at a p.m. on the green opposite the District
Court building known as "The Battlefield":-

"All that lot piece or parcel of land situate
on the Belize River being a portion of the
estate known as Lucy Patnett's and bounded
as follows:--On the North by the Belize River,
on the East by a line run due South from a
point on the Belize River approximately 2oo
feet above the mouth of Black Creek, on the
South by Muscle Creek and on the West by
the Eastern boundary of the Estate known as
Bamboo Patch, the whole comprising 1930
acres more or less .

Plan may be seen at the Office of the Director
of Surveys at any time during business hours.

By Order,

W. .H. COURTENAY~;








LAND FOR SALE.

In accordance with Section 36 (I) of Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Laws, "924, the lands
described hereunder will be offered for sale at


public auction on Friday the Ist day of March,
1940, at 2 p.m. on the green opposite the Dis-
trict Court building known as "The Battle-
field":-
"All that piece or parcel of land situate at
Muscle Creek, Belize River, being a portion
of the Estate known as Staines, bounded on
the North-west bay Muscle Creek, on the North-
east by the Estate known as John Evans, on
the South-east by the Estate known as Bur-
rell Creek and on the South-west by the re-
maining portion of the said Estate known as
Staines, the area described comprising 2,ooo
acres".

abnethe ven tof 1the b intghemwb eo te
Estate will be put up for sale, the description
of which is as follows :-
"All that piece or parcel of land situate at
Muscle Creek, Belize River, being the estate
known as Staines, bounded on the North-west
by Muscle Creek, on the North-east by the
estate known as John Evans, on the South-
east by the estate known as Burrell Creek
and on the South-west by Crown land, the
whole comprising an area of 4060, acres more
or less".
Plan may be seen at the Office of the Director
of Surv ys at any time during business hours.

By Order.

W. H. COURTENAYT,.
Acting Magistrate, Belize.


Edn. 8/40.

Edutcationz Office,
Belize, 20th Ja~nuary, 194o.

TEACHERS' & PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1940.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1940, w'ill be held on Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 7th, 8th and 9th May,
'940.
2. Applic-ations for entry must be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and
form 6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations
and must reach~ thze Educcationt Office not later
than thze 31st Marchz, I940. As after this date
no entry will be received, intending candidates
should send in their entries, duly completed and
signed, as early as possible so as to allow for
possible delay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are
reminded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination irrolvte his 0:: her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that, after 1940, no pupil teacher will be eligible
for engagement who has not passed at least the
First Yeat Pupil Teachers' Examinatior:

By Order.

E. E. CARMAN,
Director of Ed~ucationf.









BRITISH HONDURAS. GAZETTE 73


Thze Treasuryv,
Belize?, 3 January 1940.

NOTICE.

INCOME TAX.
PERSONS liable to~ pay Income Tax are
reminded that they are required to file returns
of their incomes in respect of the year ending
31st December, 1939, on or before the 3Ist
March, 1940.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &rc.,
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
(Tirc.l-ura! not later than the 3Is~t Mlarch, 1940.
3. In the case of any person carrying on
business, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss i
Account and Balance Sheet should accompany
the return.
4. All returns, &c., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury), Belize, or to the District Commis-
sion~er in an out-district, from whom the neces-
sary forms cap be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file Returns within the time
prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.

By Order.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Income. Tax Commissioner.


No. III.
Police Headq~uarters,
Belize, I2th February, 194o.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC REGULATIONS, 1939.
TRANSPORT BOARD.

It is notified for general information that
under the provisions of Regulation No. 205 of
the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regula-
tions, 1939, a meeting of the Transport Board
will be held in the Police Station, Belize, at lo:oo
a.m. on Tuesday Izth March, 1940, to consider
an application by Mr. Jose N. Avila for a Road
Service Permit to operate a motor omnibus
service between Belize and Corozal andl Corozal
and Belize.

By Order.

E. A. BGYCE'
Chairman, Transport Board.

No. II2 -- -

Sucrvey Department,
Belize, Iythz February, 1940.

LAND APPeLCATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making -any representations to this office in
relation to any such application.


Such applications will be inserted in at least
Three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be .dealt with by the Governor, so that
applications must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.
By Order.
G. S. BUSBY'
Acting Director of Sutrveys.

---'-------

TO, LEASE.
*Dec. 28, 1939l-SELWYN BERNAIRD--
Stann Creek District, situate at Sarawrina Vil-
lage, plots Nos. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 3o, 31, 32, 331
34, 37, 38, 39, 40, 4I, 42, 43, 44, 45 and 46,,
*Dec. 29, 1939--MANUELA ARIOLA--
Toledo District, situate in the Village of Bar-
ranco .. .. .. Lot No. 126

*Jan. II, 194o-PFLORENCE CAD)LE--
Toledo District, situate in the town of Monkey
River, South Side .. ..Lot No. 39
*Jan. 16, 1940--SANTOS VICENTE--
Toledo District, situate in~ the town of Punte
Gorda .. .. . . Lot No. 510

*Janz. 23, 1940--CATARINLO ARZU--Toledo
District, situitte in the town of Punta Gords
Lot No. 366

*Jan. 24, 1940~-E~MELINE: FAUX--Stann
Creek District, situatie in the town of Stann
Creek .. .... .. Lot No. 525

*Ja~n. as, Ig40--HAROLD N. WESBY--
Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda . . .. Lot No. 214

*Jan. 27, 194o--REUBEN CADLE--Belize
District, situate on the right bank of rtMussel
Creek, Belize River, North by Crown land, East
.by Crown land, South by road from the Boom
to Scotcland, West by Mussel Creek; being land
formerly leased to Richard Cadle .. 10 acres
**Feb. 2, I94o--PRANCISCA COLON--
Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda . .. . Lot No. 594
**Feb. 2, 1940--CHRISTOPHER L. HU1MES
--Belize District, situate at Cemetery Road in
the town of Belize; being lot recently held on
lease by applicant .. Lot No. 24
**Feb. 3, 1940-TORIIBO GONGUEZ--
Stann Creek District, situate in the towit of Mul-
lins River; being lot formerly held on lease by
applicant ... Lot No. 106
***Feb. 6, 1940--AUGUSTINE MEP;DEZ--
Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda.. .. .. .. Lot No. 508


St~inn icl e:k . .. Lot No. '627

TO PURCHASE.
I***Dec. 13, 1939--MANUEL MONTES--
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
Swasey Branch, Monkey Rive~r, Ncorth by Crownm
land, East by Swasey- Branch, So~uth by land
granted to Eugenia Serabtia and crown land,
(West by Crown land and land grantted~ to Enge-
(nia Serabia .. .. .... 25 acres









74 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE~


***Dec. 21, 1939--ISAAC BUDDAN--Stann **Feb. I, Ig940-SYDNTEY GRIFFITH--
Creek District, situate on the sea coast south of Belize District, sit~iate at Rockstone Pond
Sittee River Bar, North by Grant No. 35 of Cohune Ridge, N~orth by road reserve and Sec-
1867, East by the sea, South by the sea, West by tion No. 16, East by Section No. 14, South by
Anderson Creek; being land formerly leased to Section No. 8, West by Crown land; being Se~c-
Ellen Forman (deed.) .. .. 10 acres tion No. i5 16a. 2r. Op .


***Feb- 5, 1940--JOSEFH TPHOMPSO~--
Stann Creek District, situate in the TIen Acre
Holdings; being blcek No. 83 formerly held on
lease by apphicant . .. 0 acres

**Feb. 6, 1940--CHARLESE BETHRAN\--
Belize District, situate on the left ascending the
Belize-Corozal Road at 16~ Miles, North by
Crown land, East by the road, South by land
granted to Esther Banner, West by Crowrn land
10 acres

***Feb. 8, 194c-JAMES C. FRANKLI~--
Belize District, situate on the right ascendmng
Belize River in the vicinity of the Airfield, Nitorth
by road reserve and Sections Nios. 71 and 72,
East by Sections Nos. 69 and 6gA., South by
Section No. 66A. (J. D. Burn), West by Section
No. 66 (F. H. Killam); being Section No. 67
20 acres

***Feb. 9, 1940-J.DII. 8 WALLACE--Belize
District, situate on the right ascending Manatee
River, North by Crown land, East by land the
property of J. A. R. Swaby, South by the river,
West by land granted to James Baily 20 acres

***Feb. 12, Ig40--JOHN SA1DASSYT-Belize
District, situate on the old road from Belize to
Corozal and south of the Santana Reserve line,
North by road reserve and the Santana Reserve
ln E st byl~ d grnd Bai 3Burn Sut


being the western half of 40 acres formerly
granted to Basil Burn . .. 20 acres

***Feb- 13, I940--ALFRED KIRKWCCO--
Belize District, situate in the, ChichawYate Area,
North by Crown land, East by Crown land,
South by land granted to Alf~red Ramsey, West
by Crow~n land . ... 20acres

***Feb. 14, Ig4c-WMiILLIAM A. REYIES--
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
the Belize-Corozal Road near TPillett's Pond,
North by road reserve adjoining Tillett's Pond,
East by land of John V. Gabourel and Crown
land, South by land of John V. Gabourel, West
by 35 acres of land granted to applicant; being
the eastern portion of Section No- 79
28.2r.25p.




FIREE% GRANT.

Jan. 4, 1940-PATRICK MILLER--Star~n
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve;
being blocks Nos. 674 and 679 9a. 2r. 4Bp.

Janz. 27, 19 c--CARMENT F. ZETINA--Corozal
District, situate near the Corozal-Consejo Road,
North by 'Crown land, East by Crowvn land,
South by Crown land, West by land granted to
jManuel 01iva ..k .. ,.. 20 acres


*Jan. 4, 1940--WILLIAM~ MANGA-Toledo
District, situate on the left ascending Punta
Yeacos Lagoon, North by Crown land, East by
the lagoon, South by Crown land, West by land
granted to Elfreda Belisle .. .. 5 acres

*Janr. 17, I940-MELBA FLORES--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve;
being block No. 681 .. 11a. 31*. 14p.

**Jcinz. 17, 194o--DEMjETRIO CAMBRANES
-Cayo District, situate on the right ascending
the Western Branch, Belize River, North by the
river and block No. 576, East by the river, South
by land applied for by J. P. de Contreras, West
by the Western Frontier Line; being block No.
576A. now held on lease by applicant 50 acres

**Jan. 19, I940--DONALD COLEMAN-
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Monkey River, North by Crown land, East by
Crown land and land granted to Alejandro
Guillen, South by the river, West by Crown
land; being the west portion of block No. 82
formerly leased to Williamn Anderson. 12 acres

*L**Jan. 23, 1940-SAMUELI GIZHARRY -
Corozal District, situate at Four Mlile Lagoon,

N or h b C own ladn E as b y C ownR lau

leased to Jose Chi .. .. .. 50 acres


*Jant. 24, Ig40--OSWALD WADE--Belize
District, situate in the Chichawate Area, North
by Crown land, East by land granted to D. A.
Perry, South by land granted to E11a Solomon,
West by Crown land . .. 19 acres

*Jan. 27, 194o-LOUIS BEL;ISLE--Belize
District, situate near Freshwater Creek, Mana-
tee, North by Crown land! and land of John
McDonald, East by Crown land, South by Crown
land, West by land formerly leased to Charles
Tillett; being land formerly leased to Frederick
Henry 5 acres

**Feb. I, 1940--CHARL~ES A. JONES--
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Black Creek, Belize River, at Washing Tree
Frlont Ridgei~, North by Crown land, East by
Crownl land?~, South by land granted to John
Giddeahn. We'st by land occupied by A. Cadle and
N. Pinkardl, being land formerly occupied by
DanelI~is.. .... .. 20 acres

**Feb. I, 194o--HERBERT RHABURN--
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Belize River and about half a mile north of May
Pen, North of Crown land, East by Crown land,
South by Crown land and land granted to Geof-
fery Swasey, West by Crown land 20 acres


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No. 113. M.P. 02701.

Colonial Secretary's Off~ice,
Belize, 19th February, 1940.

ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR.

With reference to Gazette Notice No. 108 of the~ 15th of F~ebruary, 1940, i~t is noti-
fied, for general information, that His Excellency John Adams Hunter, Esquire, C.M.G.,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief, is expected to arrive at Belize in HI. M. Launch
"PBatricia" on Saturday the 24th of February, 1940, at 9 a.m.

The Britrish Honduras Defence Force will furnish a Guard of Honour on the oc-
casion of His Excellency's landing.

The Officer Administering the Government will meet His Excellency on landing
and His Honour the Chief Justice, Members of the Executive Council, and their wives
will then be presented.

After leaving Fort George His Excellency will proceed to Government House and
at 10 a.m. will arrive at the Council Chamber, Public Buildings.

The Guard of Honour on this occasion will be furnished by the British Honduras
Police Force.

In the Council Chamber there will be assembled on each side of the dais His
Honour the Chief Justice, His Grace the Archbishop of the West Indies, His Lordship
Bishop Rice and Members of the Executive Council. Members of the Legislative Coun-
cil will take their usual places at the Council Table. On each side of the Chamber chairs









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will be provided for Heads of Departments, Justices of the Peace, Heads of Religious
Denominations, Members of the Town Board of Belize, Foreign Consuls, Members of
the Bar and other Members of the General Public so far as accommodation will permit.


His Excellency, preceded by his Aide-de-Camp, will enter the Chamber and take
his seat on the dais. The Clerk of the Legislative Council will read His Majesty's Com-
mission appointing His Excellency John Adams Hunter, Esquire, C.M.G., to be Gov-
ernor and Commander-in-Chief. His Excellency will then take the prescribed oaths be-
fore the Chief Justice.


The Senior Unofficial Member of the Legislative Council will read and present an
address of welcome, to be -followed by a similar address by the Chairman of the Town
Board of Belize. His Excellency will reply. His Excellency will then leave the Chamber
and proceed to Government House.


Dress.--Uniform or morning dress should be worn, with decorations. Decorations
may be worn with plain clothes.


By Command.


A. WOLFFSOHN,

Acting Colonial Secretary.


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No. 12 BELIZIE, 21st. FEBRU~ARY, 1940 Page 77

No. 114. M/.P. 02736.

Colonlial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 21st February, 1940.
The Officer Administering the Government directs the publication of the summary
of a statement which was made public in London at. 4:00 p.m. Greenwich Ml~ean Time
on the 20th February. The statement represents the most important development in
Colonial Policy for many years; at the same time it may be regarded as an extension
and logical development of the policy pursued in the past of giving assistance to the
Colonies by the following means:-
(a) assistance from the Colonial Development Fund over the last ten years;
(b) guarantee by the British Government of loans raised by the Colonies;
(c) grants of preference to colonial commodities in the United Kingdom mar-
ket;
(d) special grants, e.g., grant of 100,000 to Makerere College in Ugandla
last year; and
(e) grants-in-aid to meet budget deficits. Such measures as these have already
shown the policy of trusteeship (which applies equally to Colonies, Protectorates
and Mandated Territories) and involve recognition of financial obligations on the
part of this country.
2. These obligations are re-emphasised in the Statement of Policy which fore-
shadows greatly increased financial provision. Funds now to be made available will
permit striking acceleration in carrying out His Majesty's Government's policy to pro-
mote the welfare of colonial peoples; if they do not prove sufficient it will be open to
Parliament to increase them.
3. Assistance will be given without distinction to Colonies, Protectorates and
Mandated Territories alike.
4. It would have been impossible to embark on a new policy without should
foundations laid in the past.
5. The new policy involves no departure from long-accepted constitutional prin-
ciples, i.e., there will be no derogation from the rights and privileges of local legislatures.

By Command.
A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.









78 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Statement of the Colonial Policy of -His Majesty's Government.

"The West India Royal Commission's recommendations are being published today,
and His Majesty's Government wishes to express their sincere gratitude to the Memr-
bers of the Commission for the thoroughness andiconstructive spirit in which they have
performed their task. The Members of the Commission express the hope that their re-
c6mmendations "Vlay commend themselves to His Majesty's Government even in dark
days which have now befallen the world". Their hope is justified. It has been assumed
in some quarters that action on the recommendations would be postponed until after
the war; but Government purpose no such delay. Following upon consultation with West
Indian Governors they accept in principle important proposal that there should be a
central organisation, presided over by a comptroller and staffed with techincal oiffcers
of high qualifications, for planning, in'consultation with the administrations concerned,
further development of welfare services in the West Indies. They also accept the pro-
posals for appointment of an Inspector General of Agriculture for these Colonies. The
exact relationship between the Controller and the Jli- nech! r General, and between the
officers and thle authorities in the Colonies and at home, as well as the manner in which
the money reti::..3i for their work shall be made available, are matters for further con-
sideration. The Government are still consulting the West Indian Administrations on
the other recommrendations made by the Royal Commaission. They are anxious to act
as early as possible in the spirit of the recommendations as a whole, and decisions on
general colonial policy announced below include provision for expenditure in the West
Indies from the United Kingdom Exchequer on a scale which approved in Iriosi;::.T of
the amount involved in the Commission's recommendations for development and wel-
fare. Ah further statement of policy in the West Indies will be made when the consultai-
tions now in progress have been concluded but in the meantime Government propose
at once to provide a special sum of 3350,000 for such schemes as can be begun imn-
mediately in certain of these Colonies."

2. While the Royal Comamission htave been investigating the situation in the West
Indies, Government have examined the position in the Colonial Empire generally and
now announce a policy on the broad question of development and we~lfare. "Though
unhappily the intervention of the wsar may inevitably affect tihe rate of advance, Govern-
ment propose to proceed with their policy of development as far and a7s fast as exi-
gencies of the times permit."

3. "H~is Matjesty's Government are trustees of the well being of the people of the
Colonial Empire, and the spontaneous and whole-hearted support given by the inhabi-
tants of every territory to the common war effort is the best testimony to their appre-
ciation of the way in which this trust is being discharged. The primary aim of Colonial
policy is to protect and advance the interests of the inhabitants of the Colonies, (in
which terms are included for the purposes of this statement Protectorates and Mandlated
Territories.)". Much has already been accomplished but there is room for further active
development of natural resources so as .to provide an improved Standard of life. State-
ment refers to the possibility of raising larger revenue without direct injustice by ad-
justnment of taxation, and to increases in taxation which have been accepted~ in most
Colonies since the outbreak of war; also to possibilities that improvements in Govern-
ment's machinery and reinforcement of personnel for development of services might
result in more successful economic expansion.

4.. "'Neverthreless if full and balanced development is to be obtained and if Col-
onial Governments are to be placed in a position to maintain administrative techn'cal
and social services at proper standards some assistance from outside is necessary at this
stage". In most Colonies there is no substantial mineral wealth or manufacturing in-
dujtr-ies. Fluituating values of agricultural products and in some cases heavy burdens
of jindehedlnzs make it impossible for them to provide out of their own resources re-
search jrnd lurvey work, schemes of major capital enterprises and expansion of ad-
ministrative or technical staffs which are necessary for their full and vigorous develop-
ment. Ndor can they always afford in the absence of such development an adequate
standard of health and educational services.

5. Mulch has been done towards remedying the situation. United Kingdom ]Ex-
chequer has provided 12,000,000 in the last ten years to meet deficits of Colonial
budgets. Colonial D~evelopmnent Fund has provided some 5,000,000 with coDmm tments
of another 1,600,000. for economic developments.








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6. "The Government now propose to invite Parliament to approve an extension
of this policy and to remove certain limits and hampering conditions that are attached
to expenditure from the existing fund. The object in view when the fund was constituted
was "to promote commerce with or industry in the United Kingdom" an end which it
was hoped to achieve by assisting development of agriculture anid industries in the
Colonies. Certain specific objects on which expenditure could be incurred were enum-
erated. Other objects of no less importance were not included; for example education
(apart from technical education) was outside the scope of the Act. The emphasis was
throughout on material development. The intention of the Act was primarily to pro-
vide assistance towards capital schemes though assistance towards recurrent expenditure
was not in the terms excluded. This intention has been followed and grants towards
recurrent expenditure have not normally been authorised; when occasionally they have
been given they have been made for short periods only. The existence of the fund has,
not involved any departure from the- old principle that a Colony should have only' those
services which it can afford to maintain out of its own resources. This principle now
calls for revision and the Government propose that in appropriate cases money from
new sources which they have in mind to provide should be made available for the
maintenance of important~works or services over a substantial period of years.

7. "They propose to introduce legislation to replace the Colonial Development
Fund which is limited to a maximum of 1,000,000 a year by a new arrangement pro-
viding in a new vote in the Estimates assistance to Colonial Governments up to a maxi-
mum of 5,000,000 a year for ten years. This assistance will be available not only for
schemes involving capital expenditure necessary for colonial development of widest
sense but also for helping to meet recurrent expenditure in the Colonies on certain,
services such as agriculture, education, health and housing. In planning expenditure
from this new source the Government will enlist help ,of a colonial development and
welfare advisory committee which will be composed partly of official and partly of un-
official members.

8. Separate provision is also to be made for colonial research (hitherto assisted
out of Colonial Development Fund) up to a maximum of 500,000 a year to be ad-
ministered wiith the assistance of the new Colonial Research Advisory Committee.
Proposal follows suggestion made by ILord Hailey in African Survey and His Majesty's
Government acknowledge their debt to him.for the suggestion.

9. Intention is that 5,000,000 arid 500,000 a year respectively should be the
maximum figures which will be attained at once. It must take time to frame careful
plans of development and research and to translate them into operation. "These maxi-
mum figures have been reached after estimating what expenditure seems desirable and
practicable for a reasonable period of years ahead. They will be subject to review from
time to time and should expenditure show they are insufficient it will always be open
to Parliament to increase them. SB far as concerns the provision for development and
welfare the position will have to be reviewed before expiry of initial 10 years period."

10. "It will be noted that these measures of assistance by taxpayer of the United
Kingdom will be extended without distinction not only to all British Colonies and Pro-
tectorates but also to all territories administered by the Government under the mandate
system."

11. First emphasis.will be on improvement of econoinic position of the Colonies
upon which the advance in other directions is largely consequential since it is only the~re-
by that the Colonies will be able to provide "those Government and other services
which the interest of their people demand" reference is made to the need for co-ordina-
tion of efforts for provision of proper machinery and adequate personnel and rcgular
liaison between the authorities at home and overseas.

12. Reference is made to recent expansion at the Colonial ,Office with these aims
18 VieW.

13. Reference to growing practice of visits by the Colonial Office Officials and
Technical -Advisers to the Colonies. "The contacts so made are of value both to the
Colonies and to the Colonial Office and it may well be that the preparation and execu-
tion of development programmes will make more regular travelling desirab~le'.

'14. "In the Colonies the problem of development touches upon the work of of-









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ficers in various departments such as administrative officers both at headquarters and
in districts and technical officers in the agricultural, veterinary, medical and other ser-
vices". Need for machinery to provide complete co-ordination so as to ensure dievelop-
ment proceeds on a balanced and comprehensive plan. "The Government does not
suggest tliat there shotild be any uniform system of co-ordination throughout the Col-
onial Empire; still less would they desire to impose any set pattern from Downing
Street". Differing conditions will require some variation in method of dealing with this
problem.

15. Government proposes to invite the Colonies to prepare development pro-
grammes for a period of years ahead where this has not already been done.

16. "'From London there will be assistance and guidance but no spirit of dicta-
tion. %'he new policy of development will involve no derogation from rights and privi-
leges of local legislatures upon which rest a large measure of responsibility for improve-
ment of conditions in their several territories and upon whose co-operation the Gov-
ernment count with confidence. The fact that a Colony receives assistance under the
policy will not entail upon it the system of financial control which is now associated
with the receipt of grants-in-aid. The whole effort will be one of collaboration between
the authorities in the Colonies and those at home; there must be ready recognition that
conditions vary greatly from Colony to Colony and that Colonial Governments who
best know the needs of their own territories should enjoy a wide latitude in initiation-
and execution of the policy the primary purpose of which is to promote prosperity and
happiness of the peoples of the Colonial Empire".


No. 115. Colonianl Secretary's Office,
Belize, 21st February, 1940.

The Of~ficer Administering the Government directs the publication of the following
summary of the recommendations of the West India Royal Commission. This summary
has been prepared and submitted by the' Commissioilers themselves to His Majesty's
Government and was released to the Press in the United Kingdom on Tuesday the 20th
February, 1940.
By Com'Qnand.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.



1. WEST INDIAN WELFARE FUND AND COMPTROLLER.

Pressing need for large expenditure on social services and development which none
of the West Indian Colonies can afford fr-om its own resources. There are recommended
the establishment for this purpose of a West Indian Welfare Fund to be financed by
an annual grant of 1,000,000 from the Imperial Exchequer for the period of 20 years,
and of a special organization to administer this fund under the charge of a Comptroller.

This organization should be set up in the West Indies, but be independent of the
West Indian Governments. The Comptroller should be available to advise those Govern-
ments on their problems, and should be responsible to the Secretary of State and have
right of direct access to him. His duties would include:--
(1) to work out a long term programme of social reform, with the assistance
of experts to be attached to him a'nd in consultation with the local governments
concerned, for submission to the Secretary of State;
(2) auditing accounts of schemes submitted by the local governments them-
selves;
(3) to control the West Indian Welfare Fund (hereinafter referred to as the
Fund) and to approve grants from it for expenditure by the West Indian Govern-
ments;
(4) to supervise the administration of these grants;








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(5) to submit an` annual report to the Secretary of State in the form suitable
for presentation to Parliament.
In the allocation of moneys from the Fund he will have considerable discretion
alid not be subject to such detailed scrutiny by the Imperial Treasuryr as are the esti-
mates of the Colonies in receipt of grants-in-aid.
The Comptroller's staff will vary from time to time, it is expected to include from
the outset experts on education, finance, health, housing, income ta x, labour and social
welfare, a civil engineer and a statistician. Full use should be made also of the services
of the Inspector General of Agriculture, as to whom see below.
The expense of the new organization should be defrayed separately by the Imperial
Exchequer and not by a charge on the Fund. At the same time, it is thought reasonable
t~that the -rate of direct taxation payable in the West Indies should be brought molit into
line with the pre-war rate in the United Kingdom; 'but that further burden should not
be laid upon the payers of indirect taxation.
This recommendation is intended to provide machinery for accomplishing the ob-
ject of the social policy which follows.
2. SOCIAL SERVICE.
(i) Education. The Commission recommends many detailed improvemrents, in-
cluding better provisions for teachers' training, aiming -at ensuring that all teachers
should have proper training; the gradual elimination of the pupil teacher system; the
provision of more and better designed school accommodation and equipment, care be-
ing taken not to favour urban as against rural areas; the free supply of books -and
stationery; improvements to curriculum; the establishment of more junior secondary
schools; the use and production of educational films; the provision of school wireless
receivers; the use of schools as centres of adult education and health and agricultural
propaganda; educational policy to be in charge of one officer in each colony, and should
be dealt with also by official standing committees for social welfare (see (v) below).
There should also be an advisory education board with a strong unofficial element.
The primary school age should be limited to 6-12 but only conditional on and side
by side with the establishment of junior secondary schools for ages 12-15, and play
centres, etc., for children under 6. The literary. curriculum should be -the same for girls
as for boys, but their vocational training should start earlier. School meals should be
provided, free in the case of need. In denominational schools, where salaries are fully
paid by the Government, complete control in staff matters should be assumed by the
Government. The Commission recognizes many of these recommendations can only be
applied gradually and may require modification in the light of experience.

(ii) Public Health. Recommendations include; the unification of the We-t Indies
medical service; the centralization of certain medical institutions, including notably men-
tal and leper institutions; the creation of at least one school of hygiene; the formulation
of long term health policy in close consultation with other departments, notably labour,
agriculture and education, and with the social and welfare office; the development of pre-
ventive outlook and the provision of a relative increase in well trained auxiliary staff
e.g., sanitary inspectors, healthk visitors, dispensers, etc., immediiate progress with certain
preventive measures e.g., better housing, sanitation, malaria control, school of medical
service; greater attention to dietetics, with collaboration of agricultural department,
better training of nurses,

(iii) Housing. Assumption of power to control sites, and care taken to maintain
a balance between rural and urban housing, for urban housing power to be taken to
condemn and clear bad slums and for compulsory acquisition of land for housing; for
rural housing, estate to provide land including vegetable plots, and Government to fi-
nance building at low rate of interest. Cottages on the whole preferable to ranges; but
ranges permissable for unmarried men, and small ranges limited to' 4 dwellings for
families where there are strong health or other reasons for this course. Appointments
to staff of Comptroller and expert to advise on methods of building and types of houses;
an officer to advise on town planning and an officer of experience of large scale build-
ing to have charge of actual building.

civ) Labour and Trade Unions. The enactment where they do not cxist of laws
to protect unions from actions for damage consequence on strikes, the legislation of
peaceful- picketing and compulsory registration of trade unions and auditing of their
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To cover the period before trade unions are developed to the point at which they
can play a decisive part in the regulation of wages and conditions of employment, action
by the Government in this direction through medium of labour department or officers.
These organizations should be assisted by advisory boards, representatives of employers
and employed with an impartial chairman, establishment of a labour department with-
in the Colonial Office.

Wages boards to be established throughout the West Indies; and an industrial court
for the West Indies as a whole.
West Indian Governments to form Whitley Council for Government Servants.
Examination of possibilities of establishing .unemployment insurance scheme in
these undertakings which are organised on a system of regular employment.
Adequate factory inspection anid close liaison between medical and labour depart-
ments.
Careful consideration of adopting for the West Indies the Ontario system of work-
men's compensation, which avoids litigation, expense and delay and is administered
wholly by a board which can undertake preventive and propaganda work.
Governments should take steps in consultation with producers to institute a wel-
fare levy of 2/- per ton of sugar produced to finance the welfare scheme on the lines
of these organised in Great Britain by Miners' Welfare Committee.

(v) Other Social Needs and Services. Each Government should appoint a social
welfare officer and form a social welfare committee of representatives of appropriate
departments.
Provision should be made for the training of social welfare workers in the West
Indies.
Women should be eligible for appointment to all boards and local, authorities; and
'that the same procedure should be followed for appointment of women to the Civil
Service as of men.
There should be an organised campaign against the evils of promiscuity, in suc-
cessful prosecution of which combined authority of churches will be of vital importance.
Certain improvements required in penal system e.g., abolition of ticket of lelve.

3. EcoNoMIC PROBLEMS.
Difficulties of West Indies may be summarised as follows:--
(1) Owing to great expansion in the production of almost all tropical agri-
cultural products and in part to the development of numerous substitutes, the world
market of these products is no longer a seller market but a buyer market with
consequent over supply and depression in prices;
(2) There has been a radical change in relations between th~e growth of popu-
lation in tropical countries and in industrial countries which are their chief mar-
kets. The former are increasing very rapidly; the more important latterly very much
less rapidly, and mhy soon enter a period of decline. It is vitally important that in
all sections of~the West Indies opinion should be fully alive to social and economic
importance of rapid growth of numbers in these Colonies.
The consequent needs are an intensification of the agricultural system, through
mixed farming, to ensure a much greater home production of foodstuffs, and such steps
as mlay be possible to improve the position of the export of agricultural industries. The
only industry of this kind~ which it is practicable to assist by means of increased United
Kingdom preference is sugar and to this end the Commission advocate as a peace time
measure, a substantial increase in the West Iridies export quotas, and certain changes
in the system of colonial sugar certificate system. These proposals ~which would be for
the Colonial Empire as a whole would cost the United Kingdom Exchequer some
1,500,000 per annum of which nearly 2 /3 would go to the West Indies. They presumed
that in war an artificial restriction would be placed on the output of colonial sugar.
For minor products, orderly marketing methods are a condition of success, not
only for export crops but for local sale.
There are some nron-agricultural enterprises worthy of encouragement; in this con-
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4. AGRICULTURE.

Certain administrative reforms including the appointment of an Insp~ector General
of Agriculture, and concentration of specialist staff in research centre, notably Imperial
College of Agriculture.
The institution of a series of investigations including soil survey, inquiry into land
ownership, mixed farming, soil erosion, indebtedness and credit.
Increase in home production and nutrition, allying desirable foodstuffs.
Special measures for certain territories including; Imperial help if necessary combat-
ing leaf spot disease in Jamaica; land settlement to be substituted for share-cropping
in Nevis, with possibility of erection there of a small sugar factory; reform in financing
and administration of drainage in British Guiana; establishment -of a rice mill on Es-
sequibo coast in British Guiana; reform of basis of Trrinidad cocoa subsidy; possibility
of assistance from the United Kingdom to Grenada cocoa industry on the line proposed
for Trinidad.

Special sums may require to be provided from the Imperial Exchequer to finance
measures found desirable as a result of the enqjuiry above.

5. LAND SETTLEMENT.

Procedure should be, first, improvement olf husbandry of existing small holders,
then improvement of existing land settlement, finally establishment of new land settle-
ments.
Government should experiment with leasehold as well as freehold tenure, and
should have powers of compulsory acquisition of land for land settlement.

6. CoMMUNICATIONS.

After the war, subsidisation of a regular British Ipassenger service to some of the
West Indian Colonies; that His Majesty's Government should provide twio small sea
going ships for trade between.smaller islands.
Regular air services from St. Kitts to Trinidad covering intermediate islands; con-
sideration of grants of concessions by Jamaica Government to Telephone and Gsneral
Trust Limited, on conditions, to operate an island telephone servie; wireless telephone
services should be provided.within the West Indies as soon as possible; broadcast trans-
mitter or transmitters to be established in the Caribbean Area, with assistance from the
United Kingdom Fund.

7. CONSTITUTION AN'rD CLOSER UNION.

Political federation, though not in itself an appropriate means of meeting the press-
ing needs of the West Indies, is an end to which the policy should be directed.
All important sections and interests of the community should Ee represented in
the Executive Council; consideration of establishment of a committ~eesystem of the
legislature on an advisory basis.
Official representation in Legislative Councils to be reduced to minimum; in order
to secure that the elected element in Legislative Councils- shall be as truly repre-
sentative as possible, the object of the policy should be the introduction of universal
adult suffrage. Some members hold that this should be introduced forthwith; others t ha t
it should be reached by gradual stages in which case committees should be appointed
toa consider the extension of the franchise.
Examination of the possibility of reducing the margin between qualification for
voters and members of the legislature; federation of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands, on the lines of the present Leeward Islands Colony; improvement in procedure
for dealing with colonial matters in Imperial Parliament.

8. LOCAL UNIFICATION OF SERVICES.

The West Indian Governments should be invited to accept the prin~ciple: of local
unified services; if this is accepted, action should be taken as soon as possible. It should
not be difficult to begin by establishing a unified medical service for the West In~dies.











9. ADMINISTRATION AND PUBLIC OPINION.

Government should adopt a much more positive policy of bringing their points of
view before the masses of the people and of explaining the reasons for decisions on
major problems, and to this end use all available means of publicity.

West Indian Governments should review conditions of service of officers appointed
from outside, with a view to making the West Indies a sufficiently attractive field of
employment to secure officers of the calibre necessary to co-operate effectively with the
Comptroller and his staff.

10. MISCELLANEOUs, LOCAL AND SECTIONAL QUESTIONS.

Increase of combined efforts to mitigate individual indebtedness amongst producers;
Government statistics to be placed on a uniform and satisfactory footing; with the aid of
statistician on the staff of the Comptroller. It should be recognized that the omission of
a census is a false economy.

The growing importance of the Press makes it increasingly important that those
responsible for its conduct should be fully aware of the value of restraint and modera-
tion.

Fishery investigations are required which should if necessary be financed from Im-
prial Funds.

Owing to its pressure of population, Barbados must rank high for favourable con-
sideration in connection with any settlement scheme which may prove feasible.

British Guiana: Steps for relief of public indebtedness; protection of aboriginal
people of the hinterland; improvement of local Government machinery.

British Honduras: Improvement of housing and of methods of payment of wages
of forest workers; training of teachers in Jamaica; reform of scholarship system, assump-
tion by His Majesty's Government of responsibility for public debt, and some relief to
debtor's with regard to the Hurricane Loan; safeguard interests of the Mayan and Carib
populations.

Jamaica: Systematic public works programme, associated with plans for the fu-
ture agricultural and land settlement developments.

Leeward Islands: Water supply in Anguilla, drainage in Antigua, road and drain-
age in Dominica.

Windward Islands: Government to secure use of military buildings in St. Lucia;
better water supply on leeward coast of St. Vincent, and in Grenada and the Grenadines.

East Indian Question: Some officer or officers preferably in the labour depart-
ment, of colonies with important East Indian population should specialise in the East
Indian question, and possibility of appointment of suitable East Indian to the Govern-
ment post should be borne in mind by West Indian Governments. Steps should be taken
to regularise the position regarding the legitimisation and validation of East Indian
marriages; and regarding Mloslem divorces in British Guiana the Government should
also take steps to remove any misconception regarding cremation, and ensure, subject
to any necessary safeguards, that no obstacle should be placed in the way of the practice.


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BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Printed by the Government Printer.






















GOVERNMENT,


GAZ~ET TEli

BRITISH HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 13 BELIZE, 24th FEBRUARY, 1940 Page 85


No. II6.


Ml.P. 0270I.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 24thz Februlary, 1940.


The following Commission, passed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet, appointing John
Adams Hunter, Esquire, C.M.G., to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief of British Hfonduras,
is published for general information.
By Command.


Colontial Secretary.



BRITISH HONDUrRAS.

COMMISSION passed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet, appointing John Adams Hunter,
Esquire, to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of British Honduras.


Dated 9th December, 1939.


GEORGE R.I.


George the Sixth, by the Grace of God of Great
Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions
beyond the Seas King, Defender of the
Faith, Emperor of India: To Our Trusty
and Well-beloved John Adams Hunte'r,
Esquire, Greeting.


We do, by this Our Commission under Our
Sign M~anual and Signet, appoint you, the said
John Adams Hunter, to be, during Our Pleasure,
Our Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over Our Colony of British Honduras, with all
the powers, rights, privileges, and advantages
to the said Office belongings or appertaining.


Appointment of J. A. Hunter, Esql., to be
Governor.



















86 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Recites L~etters Patent of 20tfi 3UlY; 109,
and 3rst January, I927.















Commission of 7th September, 1934,superseded.















Officers and others to take notice, &c.


II. And We do hereby authorise, empower
and command you to exercise and perform all
and singular the powers and directions con-
tained in certain Letters Patent under the Great
Seal, bearing date at Westminister the Twen-
tieth day of July, 1909, constituting the Office
of Go-vernor and Commander-in-Chief, as amend-
ed by certain further Letters Patent under the
said Great Seal bearing date the Thirty-first
day of January, 1927, or in any other Letters
Patent adding to, amending, or substituted for
the same, according to such Orders and Instruc-
tions as Our Governor for the time being hath
already received, and to such further Orders
and Instructions as you may hereafter receive
from Us.


III. Arid further, We do hereby appoint
that, so soon as you shall have taken the pre-
scribed Oaths and have entered upon the duties
of your Office, this Our present Commission shall
supersede the Commission under the Sign
Manual and Signet of His late Majesty King
George the Fifth, bearing date the Seventh day
of September, 1934, appointing Our Trusty and
Well-beloved Alan Cuthbert Maxwell Burns,
Esquire, Companion of Our Most Distinguished
,Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (now
Sir Alan Cuthibert Maxwell Burns, Knight Com-
mander of Our said Most Distinguished Order),
to be Governor and Commander-in-Chiet in
and over Our Colony of British Honduras.

IV. And We do hereby command all and
singular Our Officers, and loving subjects in
Our said Colony, and all others whom it
may concern, to take due notice hereof, and to
give their ready obedience accordingly.

Given at Our Court at Saint James's this
Ninth day of December, 1939, in the
Third year of Our Reign.

By His Majesty's Command,

MVALCOLM MacDANOLD.


Commission appointing

John Adams Hunter, Esquire,
to be. Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Colony of
British Honduras.










BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 87


Colonzial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 24th, Febr~uary, 1940.
The following particulars relating to app~oint
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published
for general information.

By Command.

W. JOHNUSTON '
Colonzial Secretary.



No. Ily.
APPOINTMENT.

JOHNSTON, Hon. W., Colonial Secretary and
Financial Secretary, to be a Commissioner of
Income Tax and Chairman of the Commis-
sioners with effect fmom 24th February, I940.
M.P. 1770-34



No. 118.
RELINQUISHMENT.

BOWEN, F`. C. P., Colonial Postmaster, relin-
quish-ed appointment as a M~ember of the
Board of Commissioners of Currency with
effect from 24th February, 1940o.
M.P. 02258.

WOLTFFSOHN, Hon. A. N., Director of Surveys,
relinquished the office of Commissioner of
Income Tax with effect from 24th February,
1940. MI.P. 0966.

No. I19.

RESUMPTION OF DUTIES.

BUSBY, C. S., resumed duties as Surveyor,
Survey Department, with effect from 24th
February, 194o. M.P. 0970.

JOHENSTON, Hon. W'., resumed duties as Colo-
nial Secretary and Financial Secretary with
effect from 24th February, 1940.
M6.P. 1770-34-

WOL~FFSOHN, Hon. A. N., resumed duties as
Director of Surveys with effect from 24th
February, 1940. M.P. 0966.


M.P. 0119.
Colonial Secruetary's Office,
Belize, 12th Febr~uary, 1940.

SA~LE OF BUILDING SITUATED AT
MILE 15 ON THBE STANN CREEK
ROAD.

Tenders are invited for the sale by Goviern-
ment of a building formerly used as the tele-
phone operator's house and situated at approxi-
mately mile 15 on the Stann Creek Road. The


building is of wood wiith corrugated iron roof.
It is supported by wooden posts about 30o"
above ground level. The main building '
measures 32' x 19' and it is 8' from the floor to
the eaves. The building contains two rooms--
One Is' x zo' and the other IS' x 12'. A4 4' wide
verandah runs along the front. There is a
kitchen at the back measuring 8' x lo'.

Tenders should be enclosed iri sealed envelopes
marked "Purchase of House at Mile IS, Stann
Creek Road" and must be delivered at the
Colonial Secretary's Office not later than noon
on the Iith March, 1940.

The highest or any offer will not necessarily
be accepted.


No. 120.


M.P. 0059-


Belize, 16thz Febr~uary,, 1940.

DEPUTY REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS AND
DEATHS.

His Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government has approved of the appointment
of Mr. Stanley Flores as Deputy Registrar of
Births and Deaths at Guinea Grass, Northern
District, vice Mr. Moises Briceno wiho has re-
signed.


No. 121.


M.P. 02550.

Belize, I9thz Febru~ary, 1940.


RESIGNATION.

His Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government has accepted, with regret, the
resignation of W. A. J. Bowman, Esquire,
O.B.E., J.P., as a Member of the Stann Creek
Town Board, with effect from the 19th
February, I940.-


No. 122.


MC .P. 0394-


Belize, zast Februsary, I190.

ROSSALL SCHO~OL.
BERMUDA AND WEST INe'DIES
SCHOLARSHIPS, 1940.


In their desire to preserve the link between
Rossall School and the British Colonies in Ber-
muda and the West Indies, the Council for Ros-
sall offer for competition twfo Scholarships for
sons of parents of E~uropean descent between
the ages of 12 4 and 14) on Ist September, 1940.

Applications should be forwarded not later
than 29th February, 1940, to the Director of
Education, Belize, from whom further particu-
lars in regard to these Scholarships may be
obtained.









88. BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


of r93i9), His Excellency the Officer Adminis-
.tering the Government has appointed Mr. A. H.
Anderson to act as Supply Officer until further
notice.
By Command.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


Belize, 24th February, 1940.

APPOINTMENT.
His Excellency the Governor has appointed
Miss H. E. Bowuen to be hi's Private Secretary
with effect from the 24th Pebruary, Ig940.

By Command.

W. JOHNSTON,
Colonpial Secretary.


Police Headquarters,
Belize, 12th February, 1940.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC REGULATIONS, 1939.
TRANSPORT BOARD.
It is notified for general information that
under the provisions of Regulation No. 205 of
the Motor Veh~icles and Road Traffic Regula-
tions, 1939, a meeting of the Transport Board
will be held in tlhe Poliee Station, Belize, at Io:oo
a.m. on Tuesday 12th March, 1940, to consider
an application by Mr. Jose N. Avila fo~r a Road
Service Permit to operate a motor omnibus
service between Belize and Corozal and Corozal
and Belize.

By Order.
E. A. BOYCiE,
Chairman, Transport Board.


M.P. ozz83.


No. 123.


Belize, ~zIst Februrary, 1940.

ORDINANCE.
His Excellency the Officer Administerin~g the
Government has been informed by the Secretary
of State for the Colonies that.His Majesty will
not be advised to exercise his power of disallow-
ance with resec~t to the under-mentioned!
Or~dinan~e: ---
No. 21 of 1939--An Ordinance to amend the
Registration of United K~ingdom Trade Marks
Ordinance, 1939 (No. I of 1939) -


No. 127.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 24th Februcary, 1940.


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
The under-mentioned Statutory Rules and
Orders are published with this issue of the Gazette
and form part thereof :-
No. 9 of 194o--Proclamation. Assumption
of Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief
by J. A. Hunter, Esquire, C.MY.G.
No. To of 1940-T~he Belize Town Board
Property Tax Order, 1940. M.P. ozzo.
No. II of Ig940-The Sponge Eishery Regula-
tion, 1940. M.P. 0509.
No. 12 of 1940--The Stann Creek Market and
Slaughter House (Amendment) Bye-Laws, 194o.
M.P. 01280.


Belize, 22nd F~ebr~uary, 1940.


No. 124.


DEFENCE (COMPENSATION)
REGULATIONS.

Pursuant to the provisions of section Io of
the Defence (Compensation) Regulations, I940
(Statutory Rule and Order No. 8 of I940),
His Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government has appointed the under-mentioned
Tribunals :

Thze, Shiffing Trib~unal.
The Honourable the Attorney General,
ex-officio, Chairman,
R. K. Masson, Esquire, M.B.E., Collector
of Customs,
Captain J. R. Stevens; M.C., J.P.

The General Trib~unal.
The Honourable the Attorney General,
ex-officio, Chairman,
R. K. Masson, Esquire, M.B.E., Collector
of Customs'
Captain J. R. Stevens, M.C., J.P.,
The Honourable Mr. T. P. Bowman,
C. M. Staine, Esquire, C~hairman, Belize
Town Board.


194o-Commission of Inquiry.
M.P. 02733-


SNo. 13 of


No. 128.


M.P. o64o.


No. 125.


M.P. 02652.


Belize, 21ri February, 1940.

DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.
Relincluishment.

His Excellency the Officer Administering the
'Government announces, with regret, that, owing
to ill-health, His Honour, Sir A. K. Agar, Kt.,
Chief Justice, has been compelled to relinquish
the office of Supply Officer.

No. 126.

DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.

Appointment.

It is notified, for general information, th~at
under the authority of Regulation gro (5) of the
Defence Regulations, 1939 (S. R. &r O. No. 69









BQRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 89


Thze Treasur?,
Belize, 3 Janucarg 1940.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.

PERSONS liable to pay Income Tax are
refunded that they are required to file returns
of their incomes in respect of the year ending
3Ist December, 1939, on or before the 3Ist
March, 1940.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c.;
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury) not later than the 3rst March, I940.
3. In the case of any person carrying on
business, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss
Account and Balance Sheet should accompany
the return.

4. All returns, &rc., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury), Belize, or to the District Commis-
sioner in an out-district, from whom the neces-
sary forms can he obtained on application.
5. Failure to file Returns within the time
prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.

By Order.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Income Tax Commissioner.


described hereunder will be offered for sale at
public auction on Friday the Ist day of March,
'940, at a p.m. on the green opposite the Dis-
trict Court building known as "The Battle-
field"':--
"All that piece or parcel of land situate at
Muscle Creek, Belize River, being a portidn
of the Estate known as Staiines, bounded on
the North-west by Muscle Creek, on the North-
east by the Estate known as John Evans, on
the South-east by the Estate known as Bur-
rell Creek and on the South-west by the re-
maining portion of the said Estate known as
Staines, the area described comprising 2,ooo
acres '
In the event of there being no sale for the
above portion of land then the whole of the
Estate will be put up for sale, the description
of which is as follows :-
S"All that piece or parcel of land situate at
Muscle Creek, Belize River, being the estate
known as Staines, bounded on the North-west
by Muscle Creek, on the North-east by the
'estate known as John Evans, on the South-
east by the estate known as Burrell Creek
and on the South-west by Crown land, the
whole comprising an area of 4060, acres mo e
or less .
Plan may be seen at the Office of the Director
of Surveys at any time during business hours.

BSy Order.

W. H. COURTENAYT,
Acting Magistrate, Belize.


MagistraEte's Office,
Belize, 6th Febr~uary, 1940.

LAND FOR SALE.

In: accordance with Section 35 (I) of Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Lzws, 1924, the lands


No. 129-


Magistrate's Office,


Belize, zoth Februtary, 1940. No.


M.P. o57I.


SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the Belize District as Licensing
Magistrates and to all others whom it may
concern.

STAKE NOTICE that a Special Licensing
Meeting of the Justices of the Peace for the
Belize District will be held in the Magistrate's
Court Room, Belize, at lo:30 in the forenoon on
Friday the Ist day of March, 1940, to take into
consideration the application of Presciliano
Mlunoz for a Publican's General Liquor Licence
for the sale of liquors in the house and appur-
tenances thereunto belonging known as "Casa
Grande" the property of Policarpo Escalante,
situate and being on Bishop Street, Belize.

By Order.


Medical Department,
Belize, 17th Februlary, 1940.


PHARMACEUTICAL SCHOOLS'
RECOGNIZED BY BOARD OF
EXAMINERS OF CHEMISTS AND
DRUGGISTS .
Pursuant to the provisions of subsection I (b}
of section 3 of the Chemists and Druggists
Ordinance, 1939 (No. 17 of 1939), it is notified,
for general information, that the following
pharmaceutical schools are, for the time being,
recognized by the Board of Examiners of Chem-
ists and Druggists :-
Schools in the Government Hospitals of-
Kingston, JAMAICA, B.W.I.,
Port-of-Spain, TRINIDAD, B.W.I.,
Bridgetown, BARBADOS, B.W.I.,
Georgetown, BRITISH GUIANA;
also schools recognized by the Pharmaceutical
College of Canada.

By Order.

R. L~. CHEVERTON,
SSenior Medical Officer,
Chairmanc,
Board of Examinzers of
Chemists and Drucggests.


W. H. COURTENAY,
Acting Magistrate, Belize'










)o BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


TO PURCHASE *
"*Dec. I3, 1939--MANUEL MO"T'ES-
T~dled District, situate on the left ascending
Swasey Branch, Monkey River, North by Crown n
land, East by Swasey Branch, South by land
granted to Eugenia Serabia and Crown land,
West by Crown land and land granted to Enge
nia Serabia . . . .. 25 acres
**Dec. 21, 1939-ISAAC BUDDAN--Stann
Creek District, situate on the sea coast south of
Sittee River Bar, North by Grant No. 35 of
1867, East by the sea, South by the se'a, West by
Ainderson Creek; being land formerly leased to
Ellen Forman (decd.) ... 10 acres


No. 131.


I***Jan. 13, I940-~LEONARD ELLIOTT--
~teni Creek District, situate on the right as--
cending North Stann Creek and north of the
Quarry, North by Crown land, East by Crown
land, South by land of F. Ri. Ellis and Crown
land, West by Crown land and land granted to
Absalom Allen . .. . 10 acres
***Jan. .15> I940--JOHN LOGAN'--Toledo
District, situate on the.right ascending Monkey
River, North by Crown land, East by Crown
land and land granted to E101sa Zapata, South
by the river, West by;1-and granted to Joseph
Rubio; being a portion of land formerly occupied
by- Roman Mahler .. .. 15 acres
*Jan. 17, r94o-DIEMETRIO CAMBRJANES
--Cayo District, situate on the right ascending
the Western Branch, Belize River, North by the
river and block No. 576, East by the river, South
by land applied for by J. P, de Contreras, West
by the Western Frontier Line; being block No.
5j6A. now held on lease by applicant 50 acres
*Jaz. 19, 194o--DONALD .COLEM[AN--
SToledo District, situate on the right ascending
Monkey River, North by Crown land. East by
Crowfn land and land granted to Ailejandro
Guillen, South by the river, W~est by Crown
land; being the west portion of block No. 82
formerly leased to William Anderson. 12 acres


Survey Depar~tment,


Belize, 24the Febr~uary, I940.

LAN D APPLICATIONS.

IAdPPLIC TIONS inheonne ton eit Cown
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in
relation to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
w~ill be dealt with by the Governor, so that
applications must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified,
By Order.
A. WOLFFSOHN,
Director of Sulrveys.
-------

TO LEASE *
*Feb. 2, 1I940--PRANCISCA COLON-
Toledo District, situate in the town of Ptinta
Gorda.. .. .. .. Lot No. 594


S-Jan. 23, I940-SAMiVUEL GIILHARRY--
*"Feb. 2, I940--CHRISTOPHE=R L. HUMES Corozal District, situate at Four Mile Lagoon,
--Belize District, situate at Cemetery Road in Nhorth by Crown land, East by Crownm land,
the town of Belize; being lot recently held on South by Crown land, West by lands of R. Bell
lease by applicant . .. Lot No. 24 jand Four Mile Lagoon; being land formerly
*Feb 3,1940TORBIO ONGEZleased to Jose Chi .. .. 50 acres
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of Mul- ***Jan. 23, rc940-CLARENuCE PASCASCIO
lins River; being lot formerly held on lease by i -Toledlo District, situate on the right ascending
applicant . . Lot No. 106 Bladen Branch, 'ilF-..u River, North by Crown


land, East by Crow-n land, South by Bladen
Branch, West by the lagoon; about a quarter of
a mile from the junction with Swasey Branch
15 acres

***Jan. 30, 1940---DOMiNGO NORALEZ--
Toledo District, situateSv s~outh-west of th Vil
lage of Barranco, North b rw ad atb
land of Matildo M~arrtinez, South by land granted
to Walbank and Forsla.nd, West by Crowin land
2 acres


***Feb. 3, I940----GNACIO BERNARID-
Stann Greek District, situate at Sarawiina Vil
lage,- N. ah11 Stann Creek Blocks
Nos. 49,50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65
and 66

**Feb. 6, 1940--AUGUSTINE MENDEZ-
Toledo, District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda.. .. . Lot -No. 508
**Feb. 6, 1940--GERALDO C. JOSEPH -


Stann CreeK Disti1ct, sIituat n ono *Feb. I, _I940--CHAR LES A. JTONES--
Stan Crek .. Lo No.627Belize District, situate on the right ascending
***Feb. 17, I190-WTILLIAMV COFIUS -Black Creek, Belize River, at Washing Tree
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending Front Ridge, North by Crown land, East, b~y
Sarstoon River, North by Crown land, East by Crown land, South by land granted to john
the river and Crown land, South by the river, G~iddeon, West by land occupied by A. Cadle and
West by the river and Crown land' 12 acres N. Pinkard; being land formerlyv occupied by
Daniel Davis . .. .... 20 acres


*Feb. I, I190--HERBERT RHABUR~N--
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Belize River and about half a mile north of May
Pen, North of Crown land, Ea~st by Crown land,
South by Crown land and! land granted to Geof-
fery Swasey, West by Crown land 20 acres
*Feb. I, 19)40--SYDNEY GRIFFITH~-
Behize District, situate at Rockstone Pond
Cohune Ridge, North by road reserve and Sec-
tion No. 16, East by Section No. 14, South by
Section No. 8, West by Crown land;: being Sec-
tion No. 15 . .. 1a. 2r. Op.

"***Feb. 3, I1940-R=~.~l -1'-1 PETIL~LO-- Stann
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve;
being block No. 244A . .. 5 acres









BRITISH HONDUJRAS GAZETTE 9


***Feb. 16, 1940--TIMOTEO RODRIGUEZ--
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Manatee River, North by road reserve and land
formerly leased to C. S. Abraham, East by Crown
land, South by the river, West by Crown land;
rengte la tmpr l ration of land former 7 leased

***Feb. 17, I940--DALTON JENUKINS--
Belize District, situated on the left ascending
Manatee River, North by the river, East by land

obntdr t nn Amod Sout cy 1rw a

***Feb. I7, 1940--GEORGE A. ROBATEAU
Belize District, situate on the road from Chich-
aw~ate to More Force, North by Crow~n land, East
by the road, South by Crown land, West by
Crown land 20 acres


E/dn. 8/40.

Ed~ucationz Offzce,
Belize, 20th January, 1940.

TEACHERS' & PUPII TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1940.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1940, will be held on TIuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 7th, 8th and 9th May,
I940.
.2. Applications for entry mu .t, be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and
form 6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations
aild mzust reachu thze Education Office not later
than, the 31st Marchz, 1940. As after this date
no entry will be received, intending candidates
should send in their entries, duly completed and
signed, as early as possible so as to allow for
possible delay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are
reminded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that, after 1940, no pupil teacher will be eligible
for engagement who has not passed at least the
First Yeat Pupil Teachers' Examinatiot

By Order.

E. E. CARMAN,
Director of Edur~llction.


Magistrate's Office,
Belize, 6th Februlary, 1940.

LAND FOR SALE.

In accordance with Section 36 (I) of Chapter
s or bdeh eon riate 1L ws, ge2d4, the land
public auction on Friday the Ist day of March,
Ii940, at 2 p.m. on the green opposite the District
Court building known as "The Battlefield"':--
"All that lot piece or parcel of land situate
on the Belize River being a portion of the


**Feb- 5, 1940--JOSEPH THQMPSON-
Stahm Creek District, situate in the Ten Acre
Holdings; beizig block N~o. 83 formerly held on
lease by applicant . . 10 acres
*Feb. 6, 1940--CHARL~ES BETHRAN-
Belize District, situate on the left ascending the
Beilii:c-Corozal Road at 16{ Miles, North by
Crown land, East by the road, South by land
granted to Esther Banner, West by Crown land
10 acres

-Stan Crex Aiti Es te Cn he C ri
;Reserve; being block No. II . 5 acres
***Feb. 7. 194o--ISABEL CRUZ-Stann Creek
ITjistf-ict, situate on the left ascending the Stann
SCreek Valley Road near the 18 Mile Post, North
by the road, East by road reserve and land of
Charles Knight, South by land of John Shepherd
West by land of E. Sanchez 10a.. 2r. 19p.
**Feb. 8, 1940-J3AMES C. FRANKLIN~ -
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Belize River in the vicinity- of the Airfield, North
by road reserve and Sections Nos. 71 and 72,
East by Sections Nos. 69 and 69A., South by
Section No. 66A. (J. D. Burn), West by Section
No. 66 (F. 11. Killam); being Section No. 67
20 acres
**Feb. 9, 1940-JAMES WA4LLACE-Blelize
District, situate on the right ascending Mariatee
River, North by Crown land, East by land the
property of J. A. R. Swaby, South by the river,
West by land granted to James Baily 20 acres
**Feb. 12, 1940--JOHN SADASSY-Belize
District, situate on the old road from Belize to
Cor'ozal and south of the Santana Reserve line,
North by road reserve and the Santana Reserve
line, East by land granted to: Basil Burn, South
by land granted to Joseph Weeks, West by lands
granted to J. Ayala,G.MicCaulay and J. Elliott;
being the western half of 40 acres formerly
granted to Basil Burn . .. 20acres
**Feb. 'I3, 1940--ALFRED KIRKWOOD--
Belize District, situate in the Chichawate Area,
North by Crown land, East by Crown land,
South by land granted to Alfred Ramsey, West
by Crown land . .. .. 20 acres
***Feb. 13, I940--FLORENCIO DE L;A CRUZ
--Toledo District, situate near the Punta Gorda
-San Antonio Road, North by road reserve and
land of the Central American Syndicate, East
by road reserve and Crown land, South by road
reserve and land of Celestino Ortiz, West by
land granted to Harold Parham; being land
formerly granted to David Supal 20 acres
**Feb. 14, pip:~-W\ILLIAM A. REYES--
Belize D~istrllct, 'itituae on the right ascending
the Belize-E-nro~zal Ro-ad near Tillett's Pond,
North by road reserve adjoining Tillett's Pond,
East by land of John V. Gabourel and Crown
land, South by land of John V. Gabourel, West
by 35 acres of land granted to applicant; being
the eastern portion of Section No. 79
28.Jr. 25p*
***Feb. 16, 1940--GEORGE E. ESTELL-
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Belize River at Poor MIan s Rest, North by road
reserve and Section No. 70, East by road reserve
and Section N\o. 4g, South by Section N~o. 68,
'West by Section No. 67; being Sections Nos. 69
and 69A .. .. .. 17a. 2r. 10p.










92 BRITISH HOAIDURAS GAZETTE


estate known as Lrucy Patnett's and bounded Plan may be seen at the Office of the Director
as follows:--On the North by the Belize River, of Surveys at any time during business hours.
on the East by a line run due South from a
point on the Belize River approximately 200
feet above the mouth of Black Creek, on the By Order.
South by Muscle Creek and on the West by
.the Eastern boundary of the Estate known asW.HCOR NA
Bamboo Patch, the whole comprising 1930
acres more or less". Acting Magistrate, Belize.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the following Trade Mrarks


ROSS COMPANY, a corporation organized aird
existing under and by virtue of the laws of the
State of New Jersey, one of the United States
of America, having its principal place of business
at nzo Astor Street, N~ewark, State of New
Jersey, United States of America, the successors
in business of WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETA-
BLE PILL CO. (a corporation of the State of
New York) the former proprietors of said Trade
Marks (as is stated in an advertisement of owner-
ship duly published in the British Honduras
Government Gazette dated May 9, 1914).

The above marks are used by the said com-
pany in connection with Remedies for worms
and indigestion.


Any person infringing or improperly using
the above will be prosecuted under Chapter 207
of the Consolidated Laws of British Honduras,
1924, and otherwise dealt with as the law allows.


THE SYDNEY ROSS COMPANY,
Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A.


are the exclusive Trademarks of THE SYJDNEY


Printed by the Government Printer.


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GOVERNMgENT



GAZE T TE


BRITISH HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 14 BELIZE, 2nd MARCH, 1940 Page 93


RESUMPTION OF DUTY.

PITTS, R. A., First Class Clerk, Public Works
Department, resumed duties with effect from
28th February, 1940.


M.P. 0119.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 12thz Febr~uary, 1940.

SALE OF BUILDING SITUATED AT
MILE 15 ON THE STANN CREEK
ROAD.

Tenders are invited for the sale by Govern-
ment of a building formerly used as the tele-


Colonzial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 2nzd MCarch, 1940.
The following particulars relating to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published
for general information.

By Command.

W. JOHPNSTON,
Colonial Secrsetary.


phone operator's house and situated at approxi-
mately mile 15 on the Stann Creek Road. The
building is of wood with corrugated iron roof,
It is supported by wooden posts about 3o'.
above ground level. The main building
measures 32' x 19' and it is 8' from the floor to
the eaves. The building contains two rooms--
one 15' x 20' and the other 15' x 12'. A 4' wide
verandah runs along the front. There is a
kitchen at the back measuring 8' x lo'.
Tenders should be enclosed in sealed envelopes
marked "Purchase of House at Mile IS, Stann
Creek Road" and must be delivered at the
Colonial Secretary's Office not later than noon
on the IIth March, 194o.
The highest or any offer will not necessarily
be accepted.


M.P. oro45'


No. 132.


APPOINTMENT.

YSAGUIRRE, E. L;., Senior Customs & Excise
Officer, to be a Distprict Commissioner, on
probation, with effect from Ist January, I940.


No. I34.


M~.P. 02550.


Belize, 28th Februanry, 1940.
APPOINTMENT.
STANN CREEK TOWN BOARD.
Pursuant to the provisions of section 4 of the
District Town Boards Ordinance, 1938 (No. 24
of 1938), His Excellency the Governor .has
nominated the Honourable Mr. H. T. A. Bow-
man to be a Member of the Stann Creek Town
Board.


No. 135-
Belize, 2%#d IErch, 1940o.

STATUTORY' RULES AND ORDERS.

The undermention~ed Statutory Rules and
Orde-s are published wiith this issue of the Gaczette
and form p~art there~of:-
No. 14L of 1940--The Post Office Regu;latiojns,


M.P. 01540.


No. 133.


I940.


M.P. 0224r.









94 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


5. Failure to file Returns within the time
prescribed by law will render taxpayers liable
to prosecution without further warning.

By Order.

A. WO~LFFSOHN,
Income Tax Commissioner.


Edu. 8/4o.

Edtcatio~n Office,
Belize, 20th Janzuary, 194e.

TEACHERS' & PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1940.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers and F upil Teachers Examrina-
tions, 1940, will be held on T~uesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, the 7th, 8th and 9th May,
'940.

2. Applications for entry mu;t. be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and
form 6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations
and must reach the Education Offsce not later
than the 3Ist March, 1940. As after this date
no entry will be received, intending candidates
should send in their entries, duly completed and
signed, as early as possible so as to allow for
possible delay in the mail.

3.. Pupil teachers and their principals are
reminded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.

4. Principal teachers are further reminded
that, aftdr 1940, no pupil teacher will be eligible
for engagement who has not passed at least the
First Yeat Pupil Teachers' Examinatior,

By Order.

E. E. CARMAN,
Director of Ed~ucationz.


TR ADE AND INFORMATION REPORT
FOR PERIOD ENDING 31st DECEMBER,
1939.

The above report is publishedi with this issue
of the Gazene and form part thereof :-

By Command.

W- JOHNSTONT,
Colonial Secretary.


Police Headqu~arters,
Belize, 12th Februtary, I940.

THE MOTOR VEHICLES AND ROAD
TRAFFIC REGULATIONS, 1939.
TRANSPORT BOARD.

It is notified for general information that
under the provisions of Regulation No. 205 of
the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regula-
tions, 1939, a meetmng of the Transport Board
will be held in the Police Station, Beh'ze, at 10:00
a.m. on Tuesday Izth March, 1940, to consider
an application bjy Mr. Jose N. Avila for a Road
Service Permit to operate a motor omnnibus
service between Belize and Corozal and Corozal
and Belize.

By Order

E. A. BOYTCE,
CChairmanz, TransPort Board.


No- 15 of 1940--The Belize Prison i/.?lnu +1
ment) Ruzles, 1940.
iM.P. 0250.


-No. 136.


Belize, and March, rg40.


Thze Treasury,
Belize, 3 Janulary 1940.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.

PERSONS liable to pay Income Tax are
reminded that they are required to file returns
of their incomes in respect of the year ending
3Ist December, 1939, on or before the 3Ist
March, 1940.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c.,
should be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch
(Treasury) not later than the 31st March, 1940.
3. In the case of any person carrying on
business, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss
Account and Balance Sheet should accompany
the return.
4. All returns, &c., should be sent under
Confidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch
(Tlreasury), Belize, or to the District Commis-
sion~er in an out-district, from whom the neces-
sary forms can be obtained on application.


No. 137-


Suffly Office,
Belize, 26th, Febru~ary, 194o.


DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.
PERIMITS.i

On and after Ist Mlarchl,'I940, until further
notice permits will not be required for the sale
of potatoes.

Stocks of potatoes on hand and in bond must:
still be stated mn the half-monthly returns but
sales need not be included.

By Order.

A. H. ANDERSON'
Acting S~upply Officer.









BRITISH: HONDURAS GAZETTE 95


No. 138. .
Survey Department,
Belize, znd March, 1940.

LAN D APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in
relation to any such application. (

Such applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the G,overnor, so that
applications must be prepared for this delay.

The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

A. WOLFFSOHN '
SDirector of Sutrveys.



TO LEASE *

***Oct. 24, r939--VTCIRIIIA ARANA DE
OCAI;DEZ--Staxm Creek District, situate in
th~e town of Stannr Creek . Lot No. 275


1939--CASTANOi NORALES-
District, situate in the town ~f
.. ~.. ot No. 468


***D;c. 6i,
Stann Creek
Stann Creek


***Jan. 20 1940 VENANCIO VICENTE-
atS nn Creek District situate in the Village of


Seid'e Bisht .. .. .. L~ot No. 20 *Jan. 231 I940--SAM/UEL GILHARRY--
***Jan. 20, 1940--ADRIAND PALA-CX-ICO Crozal District, situate at Four M~ile Lagoon,
Toledo District, situatte in tbce tow2n of Punta North by Crown land, East by .Crown land,
Cordla ... L.Iot No. 506 South by Crown land, West by lands of R. Bell
and Four Mlile Lagoon; being land formerly
**Feb. 3, I940O-IGNACIO BERNARD-- leased to Jose Chi .. .. .. 50 acres
Stann Creek District, situate at Sarawina Vil-
lage, North Stann Creek. Blocks **Jan. 23, I94o--CLAREN~CE PASCASCIO
Nos. 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 -Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
and 66 Bladen Branch, M~onkey River, North by Crown
land, East by Crow~n land, South by Bladlen
*Feb. 6, 1940-ABUGUSTINE: MENDEZ- Branch, West by the lagoon; about a quarter of
Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta a mile from the junction with Swasey: Branch
Gorda.. .. .. .. Lot No. 508 15 acres


*Feb. 6, 1940--GERALDO C. JOSEPH-
Stann Creek District, situate in the town of
Stann Creek .. .. Lot No. 627


**Jan- 3o, 194p~-DOINGINO NORALEZ--
Toledo District, situate south-west of the Vil-
lage of Barranco, North by Crown land, East by


***Fesb. 16, 1940--JOHN J'. HOHL, Stann to Wlbank anor slrlcu andm, Westc by Conlan d :lrr
Creerk District, situate in the town of Stann Wran n Fsld.-e b InaTI
Creek; beingi lot formerly beld on leay ,e b Albert
Hoh1,l .. . .. Lot No. 598 **Feb. 3, I940--ROBERT' PETILLO--Stann
**Fb.17,19o-WLLAM OFUS Cr kb Distri t,~ si 2ate in the Carib eIir;~I~
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Sarstoon River, North by Crown land, East by *Feb. 5, 1940--JOSEPH THOMPSOT--
the river and Crown land, South by the river, Stann Creek District, situate in the Tenl Acre
West by the river and Crown land 12 acres Holdings; being block No. 83 formerly held on
***eb.21,190--ANTAC CHN--aplease by applicant .. .. .. 103 acres
District, situate in the Village of Soiccoths; **Feb. 7, 1940-MARCE;LINO B. CASTIL;LO
being lot formerlyr held on lease by Bartolo Chi i -Staim Creek District, situate in the Carib
Lot No. 99) Reserve; being block No. II . 5 acres
***Feb. 21, 194o--VICENTE MISH DE CAS$- **Feb. 7, 940--ISABELCRUZ--Stann Creek
TELL;ANO--Cayo District, situate in the ~District, situate on the left ascending the Stann
town of Benque Viejo; being lot formerly leased Creek Valley Road near the 18 Mile Post, North
to Jose Maria Castellanojs . Lot N~o. 100 by the road, East by road reserve and land of


TO PURCHASE.

SDec. I13 I939--MANULEL MO11TES-
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending.
Swasey Branch, Monkey River, North by Crown
land, East by Swasey Branch, South by land
granted to Eugenia Serabia and Crown land,
West by Crown land and land granted to Enge-
nia Serabia .. .... .. 25 acres
*Dec. 21, 1939--ISAAC BUnDDAN-Stann
Creek District, situate on the sea coast south of
Sittee River Bar, North by Grant No. 35 of
1867, East by the sea, South by the sea, West by
Anderson Creek; being land formerly leased to
Ellen Forman (deed.) . .. 10 acres
***Jank~. Io, 1940--NICOIASA BUSANO--
Stann Creek Distlict, situate in the Carib Re-
serve; bein, block No. Toz .. 6 acre
**Jan. 13, I940-LIEONARD ELLIOTT--
Stann Creek District, situate on the right as-
cending North Stann Creek and north of the
Quarry, North by Crown land, East by Crown
land, South by land of F. R. Ellis and Crown
land, West by Crown land and land granted to
Absalom Allen . .. .. 10 acres
**Ja~n. 15, I94o-JOHN LOGANi-Toledo
District, situate on the right ascending Monkey
River, North by Crown land, East by Crown
land and land granted to E10isa Zapata, South
by the river, West by land granted to Joseph
Rubio; being a portion of land formerly occupied
by Roman Mahler .. .. 15 acres
***Jan. 16, Ig40-ETPIFA4NIO CHANT-Cayo
Distric-t, situate about 11 miles south-west of
N\egramnan, North by block No. 778, East by
Crown land, South by block No. 774, West by
Block No. 776; being block No. 777 30 acres









96 BRITISH HONDUI\AS GAZETTE


**Feb. 17, I940--GEORGE A. ROBATEAU
Belize District, situate on the road from Chich-
awate to More Force, North by Crown land, East
by the road, South by Crown land, West by
Crown land .. .. 20 acres
***Feb. 24, I940--FELIPE CAR1LOS--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve;
being block No. 4I9 .. 5 acres
***Feb. 28. 1940--MATTHEW THOMPSON--
Belize District, situate onl the right ascending
Belize River below Big Palls, North by land the
property of James Rogers, East by land granted
to applicant, South by land granted to applicant
and Crown land, West by Crown land; being
Section NIo. 4 .. ..10 acres`



FREE GRANTS.
Feb. 22, Iq940-ANITONIO T. HYDE--Belize
District, situate at Big Ridge, Sibun River,
North by S~ection No. 8, East by Section No. I2,
South by road reserve and Section No. 18, West
by road reserve and Section No. 10; being See-
tion No. 11 formerly leaslgd to Walter Wade
14a. 2r. 24p.
Feb. 28, 194o-BRRITISH HONDURAS MIS-
SION OF SEVENTH DAYSI ADVENTIST--
Toledo District, situate in the town of Monkey
River . .. Lot No. 146


LEASES CANCELLED.
M.P. S.G. 3Iz-27--AURE~LIO AGUALLO--
Cayo District, situate on the south side and
adjoining the town of Benque Viejo. la. Or.
2p. (lot R). For non-payment of rent.
M.P. S.G. I36-30--ISIDRO CAMAL~-Cayo
District, situate on the left ascending the East-
ern Branch OBelize River. 60 acres. For

M.P. S.G. 257-30--JOSE MARIA CASTELLA-
NOS-Cayo District, situate in the town of
Benque Viejo. Lot No. 100. For non-pay-
ment of rent.
1\.P. S.G. 32-32--SANTOS CHAN--Cayo Dis-
trict, situate on the road leading from Negro-
man to Soccoths. 39a., 1r. 36p. (block No.
1.56). Owing to the death of the lessee.
M.P. S.G. zo7-32--SELFRIDA AGUILAR--
Cay'o District, situate in the town of Benque
Viej0. Lot No. 91. For non-payment of rent.
MI.P. S.O. 539-32--JACINTO CUNIL--Cayo
District, situate on the left ascending the West-
ern Branch, Belize River. 30a. 1r. 24p.
(block No. ~177). At the request of the lessee.
M.P. S.C0- 43-35--EZEQUIEL, ALDANA--
Cavo District, situate in the town of Benque
Viejo. Lot :No. 166. For non-payment of
rent.
M.P. S.G. 281-35--ANASTACIO COWITCH--
Cayo District, situate in the Village of Soccoths,
Lot No. 186. At the request of the lessee.
M.P. S.G. o227--THADDEUS A. FINDLAY--
Belize Distr-ict situlate at Hectorr Creek .Sibln


Charles Knight, South by land of John Shepherd
West by land of E. Sanchez 10a. 2r. 19p.
*Feb. 8, I940LJAMES C. P'RANKLIN-
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Belize River in the vicinity of the Airfield, North
by road reserve and Sections Nos. 71 and 7a,
East by Sections Nos. 69 and 69A., South by
Section No. 66A. (J. D. Burn), West by Section
No. 66 (F. H. Killam); being Section No. 67
20 acres
*Feb. 9, I94o--JAMES WALLACE--Belize
District, situate on the right ascending IManatee
River, North by Crown land, East by land the
property of J. A. R. Swaby, South by the river,
West by land granted to James Baily 20 acres
*Feb. 12, 194o--JOHN SADASSY--Belize
District, situate on the old road from Belize to
Clorozal and sbuth of the Santana Reserve line,
North by road reserve and the Santana Reserve
line, East by land granted to Basil Burn, South
by land granted to Joseph Weeks, West by lands
granted to J. Ayala;G.McCaulay and J. Elliott;
being the western half of 40 acres formerly
granted to Basil Burn .. 20acres
*Feb. 13, 1940--A~LFRED KIRKWOOD-
Belize District, situate in the Chichawate Area,
North by Crown land, East by Crownm land,
South by land granted to Alfred Ramsey, West
by Crown land .. .. 20acres
**Feb. 13, I940-PLZORENCIO DE LA CRUZ
--Toledo District, situate near the Punta Gorda
-San Antonio Road, North by road reserve and
land of the Central Ame~rican Syndicate, East
by road reserve and Crown land, South by road
reserve and land of Celestino Ortiz, West by
land granted to Harold Parham; being land
formerly granted to David Supal 20 acres
*Feb. 'I4, Ig40--WILLIAM A. REYIES-
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
the Belize-Corozal Road near Tillett's Pond,
North by road reserve adjoining Tillett's Pond,
Itast by land of John V. Gabourel and Crown
land, South by land of John V. Gabourel, West
hy 35 acres of land granted to applicant; being
the eastern portion of Section No. 79
28.2r.25p.
**Feb. 16, 1940--GEORGE E. ESTELL-
Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Belize River at Poor Man's Rest, North by road
reserve and Section No. 7o, East by road reserve
and Section No. 49, South by Section No. 68,
West by Section No. 67; being Sections Nos. 09
and 69A .. .., 17a. 2r. 10p.
**Feb. 16, 1940--TIMOTEO RODRIGUEZ -
TBelize District, situate on the right ascending
Mn~al.ti ee Riivr, North by road reserve and land
ofrmerly leased to C. S. Abraham, East by Crown
land, South by the river, West by Crown land;
tLrein dhe eastern portion of land formerly leased
to Percival Jenknins .... 17 acres
`***Feb. 16, 1940o-IEONARD CHAPLTN -
Stann Creek District, situate on the left ascend
ing North Stannl Creek, North by N\orth Stane
Creek, East by land occupied by D. Cunning~
ham, So~uth by the Stann Creek Valley Road,
West by Crown land . .. 10 acres


**Feb. 17, 19.40--DALTON JEN\KINS-- River. 50 acres. At the request of the lessee
Belize District, situate on the left ascending
Manatee River, North by the river, East by land M.P. S.G. o768-EDWARD S. USHER and
granted to Ann Arnold, South by Crow-n land, FREDERICK A.BURNT-CayoDistrjct,situate
'West by land granted to Henry Gillett; being a joining the lower line of Spanish L~ookout.
land formerly granted to J. A. Mitchell 20 acr~s' 1,129 acres. At the request of the lessees.









BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 97


M.P. S.G. o816--BARTOLO CHI--Cayo Dis-
trict, situate in the Village of Soccoths. Lot
No. 99. At the request of the lessee.



LOCATION TICKETS
CAN CELLED.

M.P. S.G. 243-36--TIBURCIO PERDOMO-
Belize District, situate on the Belize-Corozal
Road. 10 acres. For non-payment of the
sixth instalment.
M.P. S.G. 266-36--EVA E. HUGHES-Jelize
District, dituate at Boom Pine Ridge, Belize
River. 5 acres. For non-payment of the
sixth instalment.
M.P. 3I9-36--EDWARD A. PANTING-BRelize
District, situate at Boom Pine Ridge, Belize
River. 10 acres. For non-payment of the
sixth instalment.
M.P. S.G. zol-37-JAMES WRIGHT--Belize
District, situate on the road from Chichawate
to More Force. 20 acres. For non-payment
of the fourth instalment.
M.P. S.G. oo50--CAROLINE M. WRIGHT-
Belize District, situate in the Chichawate Area.
20 acres. For non-payment of the first to
fifth instalments.
M.P. S.G. u53--JOHN ESTAMPF--Toledo
District, situate on the left ascending Swasey
Branch, Monkey River. 15 acres. Owring to
the death of the Settler.
M.P. S.G. IIlfl-LORENZO MARTINEZ-
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Swasey Branch, Monkey River. 7a. Or. 28p.
For non-payment of the second instalment.
M.P.~ S.G. 13I2--ELLA SOLOMON--Belize
District, situate in the Chichawate Area. 19
acres. For non-payment of the first instal-
ment.
M.P. S.G. 1362--ANTONIA MIARTINEZ -
Toledo District, situate on the left amendirlng
Swasey Branch, Monkey River. 40 acres
(block No. 397). For non-payment of the
first instalment.
M.P. S.G. I377--ELVA GORDON--Toledo
District, situate on the left ascending Bladen
Branch, Monkey River. 14it acres (block
No. 153). For non payment of the first instal-
ment-
M.P. S.G. 1398--HORTENTCIO BARDALES-
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Rio Grande. 20 acres. blockk No. 21).~ Fo?
non-payment of the first instalment.
M.P. S.G. 14I8--ISABELLA RODRIGUEZ -
Toledo District, situate on the left ascending
Monkey River. 10 acres. For non-paycment
of the'first instalment.

No. r39
Ma~gi~strtat's Office,
Belize, 29ith2 Febrluaryl, :940-
SPECPIAL LICENSING MEETING.
To the Worshlipful the Justicens at the Peace
acting in andl for the B-lize District as L~icensing
Magistrate and to all others whom it may' con--
cern :


TAKE NOTICE that a Special L~icensing
Meeting for th:e Belize District will be held in
the Magistrate's Court Room at Belize on Fiiday
the rgth dlay of lMarchl,I340, at 10 o'clock in the

tion of JToseph A4lfred! Smith, for a Publican's
General Liquor L~icence- in th-e house and applur-
tenancces th!ereunto b~elotnging situate on p~art
of L~ot No. 165 Or-nge Street, Belize.
.By Orde~r.
W. H. COURTEN;AY,
Acting Magistrate., Belize.


FOREST APPLICATIONS.

The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 13 of the
Forest Rules, 1927, in order to give any person
an opportunity of making representation with
regard to any such application. No such re-
presentation will be considered unless it is lodged
at the Forest Office (addressed to the Conserva-
tor of Forests and kot to anty forest officer by
name) within fourteen days of the date of pub-
lication of the Gazette in ivrhich the advertis'e-
ment of the application first appears.
By Order.
NEIL, S. STEVlENSON,
Conservator of Fcrests


First Pulblicationz.
CANUTO ORO:ZC'O. I. Northern District,
Crown lands known as Consejo Crown lands and
Santa Rosa.
Chicle .. .5,000 lbs. Min.
CANUTO OROZCO: 2. Northern District,
Crown lands known as Ramonal-Sapote Reser-
vation.
Ch ie . .. 5,000 lbs.

No. 14I.
Chap. 178--Cons. Laws, 1924.
K 1.--Order for Payment of M~oney3 to be
Lev\ied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisoonment.
BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
TOLEDO DISTRICT.
Be it remembe~t~red that on the 6th day of
gvt,\n-ember. my13:I. complaint was made before
thle undelrjigne~d D~itrict Commissioner and o-ne
ofr His M~ajest!' Justice-; of the Peace in and for
ithe said C'olon\ of PRrltish Honduras, for that
Justo Ca~nto) being~ thet ow-iner of certain land to
nit: 30: acr'E' situa.te at San Antonio to Monk~e\
Falls Road~t and~ wiithin t~he jurisdiction of fte
Court did neglect and does still neglect to payr
arrears of taxes on such land other than land in
a Town in the Toledo District amounting to go
cents for the years 1938-40 within the meaning
of the Land And Property Tax Ordinance--
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924;
and now at this day, to wit, on the 2nd day of
February, 1940, at Punta Gorda the parties
aforesaid appear before me the undersigned
District Commissioner but the said Justo Canto
although duly called doth not appear by himself,
his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satis-


No. 140.


Forest Office,
Belize;- 2nd March, I940.









98- BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No- 143-
Chap. 178L-Cons. Laws, 1924.
K 1.--Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.
BRIT*ISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
TOLEDO DISTRICT.
Be it remembered that on th~e 6th day of
November, r939, coinplaint was made, before
the undersigned District Commissioner and one
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and. for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
Christopher C. Miller being the owner of certain
land to wit: 20 acres situate on the sea coast
South of Monk~ey River and within the jurisdic-
tion of the Court did neglect arid does still
neglect to pay arrears of Taxes on such land
other than land in a Town in the Toledo District
amounting to 30 cents for .the year 1939-4p
within the meaning of the Land and Property
Tax Ordlinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924; and now at this day, to w8it, on the
2nd day of February, 1940, at Punta Grorda the
parties aforesaid appear before me the under-
signed District Commissioner, but the said
Christopher C. Miller although duly called doth
not appear by himself his Counsel, or Attorney,
and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath, that
the said Christopher C. Miller by its~publication
three times in the Gazette in accordance MWith
section 29 (c) of Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924, has been duly served with the
summons in this behalf which required him to be
and appear here at this day before such Justices
of the Peace for the said Colony as should nowi
be here to answer the said complaint and to be
further dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do adjudge the said .Christopher C. Miller,
to pay to the said Clerk of the Court at Punta
Gorda the sum of thirty cents forthwith next,
and also to pay to the said Clerk of the Court
the sum of Two Dollars for costs in this behalf;
and if the several qiums he not paid! forthwith
I hereby order that the same be levied by dis-
tress andl sale of the goods and c~hattels of the
said Christopher C. Miller.
.Givien under my hand and seal, this 2nd day
of February, in the year of our Lord I940, aLt
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid..


L ~~'
No- 142.
Chap. 178--Cons. L~aws, 1924'
K 1.--Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress .Imprisonment.
BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
TOLEDO DISTRICT.
Be it remembered that on the 6th day of
November, 1939, complaint was made before
the undersigned District Commissioner and one
of His .Maj esty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
Cipriano Avilez being the owner of certain land
to wit: 6 acres situate at Vieras Creek, Temash
River, and within the jurisdiction of the Court
did neglect and does still neglect to pay arrears
of taxes on such land other than land in a Town
in the Toledo District amounting to 30 cents
for the year 1939-40 within the meaning of the
Land and Porperty Tax Ordinanc -Chapter
24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924; and now at
this day, to wit, on the and day of February,
1940, at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid ap-
pear before me the under i-:nedc- District Com-
missioner but the said Cipriano Avil-r .Jlthou~l I
duly called doth not appear by himself. his
Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now :salts~atl ~ril-
proved on oath, that the said Cil-.rslus.. Avilez
by its publication three times in the G~azette in
accordance \;ith seccitin 29 (c) of ilh.iptcr 24 ny l
the Consolidated Laws, 1924, has beenu dull-
served with the summons in thiiis 1~~.eki which
required him to be and appear here at this day
before such Justices of the Peace for the said
Colony as should now be here to answer the said
complaint and to be further dealt with accord
ing to law; and now having heard the matter
of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said
Cipriano Avilez to pay to the said Clerk of the
Court at Punta Gorda the sum of thirty cents
forthwith next, and also to pay to thle said
Clerk of the Court the sum of Two Dollars for
costs in this behalf; and if the several sums be
not paid forthwith I hereby order that the same
be levied by distress and sale of the goods and
chattels of the said Cipriano Avilez.
Given under my hand and seal, this 2nd day


No. 144.
Chap. Ty8--Cons. Lawis, 1924-
K 1.--Order for Payment of M~oney to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.
BRITISH HONDURAS, TO W'IT:
TOLEDO DISTRICT.
Be it remembered that on the 6th day of
November, 1939, complaint was made before
the undersigned District Commissioner and one
of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
the Estate of Grant G. Marsden being the owner


of February, in the year of our Lord 1940, at
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


factorily proved on oath, that the said Justo
Canto by its publication three times in the
Gazette in accordance with section 29 (c) of
Chapter 24 of the Consolidated LIawrs, 1924, has
been duly served with the summons in this be-
half which required him to be and appear here
at this day before such Justices of the Peace for
the said Colony as should now be here to answer
the said complaint and to be further dealt with
according to law; and now having heard the mat-
ter of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said
Justo Canto to pay to the said Clerk of the
Court at Punta Gorda the sum of ninety cents
forthwith next, and also to pay to the said~ Clerk
of the Court the sum of Two Dollars for costs in
this behalf; and if the several sums be not paid
forthwith I hereby order that the same be levied
by distress and sale of the goods and chattels
of the said Justo Cantc,
Given under my hand and seal, this 2nd day
of February, in the year of oulr Lord r940, at
Punta C~ordla in the Colony: aforesaid.


E. O. B. BARROW,
District Comnmissioner,
Toledo.


E?. O. B. BARROW,
Di'strict Comm~rlissioner,
Toled .


E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commnissioner,
To;ledo.l









BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE~


No. 146'
Chap. 178--Cons. Laws, 1924.
K 1.-Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in Default of
Distress Imprisonment.
BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
TOLEDO DISTRICT.

Be it remembered that on the 6th day of
November, 1939, complaint was made before the
undersigned~ District Commissioner and one of
H~is Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
Agusta Avilez being the owner of certain land
to wit: Io} acres situate at San Antonio and
within the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
and does still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on
such land other than land in a Town in the
Toledo District amounting to 60 cents for the
years '938-40 within the meaning of the Land
and Property Tax Ordinance--Chapter 24 of
the Consolidated Laws, 1924; and now at this
day, to wit, on the 2nd day of February, 1940
at Punta Gorda the parties aforesaid appear
before me the undersigned District Commis-
sioner but the said Agusta Avilez although duly
called doth not appear by herself, her Counsel,
or Attorney, and it is how satisfactorily proved
on oath, that the said Agusta Avilez by its pub-
lication three times in the Gazette in accordance
with section 29 (c) of Chapter 24 of the Con-
solidated Laws, 1.924, has been duly served
with the summons in this behalf which required
lier to be and appear here at this day before
such Justices of the Peace for the said Colony
as should now be here to answer the said com-
plaint and to be further dealt with according to-
law; and now having heard the matter I 4 tbe
said comIplaint, I do adjudge the said Ag~usta
Avilez to pay to the said Clerk of the Court at
Punta Gorda the sum of sixty cents forthwith
next, and also to pay to the said Clerk of the
Court the sum of Two Dollars for costs in this
behalf; and if the several sums be not paid forth-
with I hereby order that the same be levie~d by
distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the
said Agusta Avilez.

Given under my hand and seal this 2nd day
of Pebruaxy in the year of our Lord '940, at
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.

E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commissioner.
Toledo.


No. 145.
Chap. 178--Cons. Laws, 1924.
K 1.-Order for Payment of Money to be
Levied by Distress and in D~efaullt of
Distress Imnprisonmen~t'
BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT:
TOLCEDO DISTRICT.
Be it remembered that on the 6th day of
November, T9;39, complaint was made before the
undersigned' District Commissioner and one of
His Ma~jesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
Frances A. Pinks being the owner of certain land
to wit: 2 acres situate at Punta Negra and within
the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect and does
still neglect to pay arrears of taxes on such land
other than land in a Town in the Toledo District
am~ounting to 70 cents for the years 1937-40
within thez meaning of the Land and Property
~ax Ordinance-Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924; and now at: this day, to wit, on the
2nd day of February, 1940, at Punta Gorda the
parties aforesaid appear before me the under-
sig~ned District Commissioner but the said
Frances A. Pinks alt hough duly called doth not
appear by herself, her Counsel, or Attorney,
and it is now satisfactorily proved on oath, that
the said Frances A. Pinks by its pubhecation
three times in the Gazette in accordance with
~section 29 (c) of Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924, has been duly served with the sum-
mons in this behalf which required her to be and
appear here at this day before such Justices of
the Peace for the said Colony as should now be


of certain land to wit: 58 ace s~ ituateC at MonV-
key River and within the jurisdiction of the
Court did neglect and does still neglect to pay
arrears of taxes on such land other than land
in a Town in the Toledo District amounting to
sa y&s fnr the years 1938-40 within the meaning
of the Land and `Popretty Tax Ordinance-
Chapltca 24 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924;
and now -at this day, to wit, on the end day of
February, 1940, at Punta Gorda the parties
aforesaid appear before me the undersigned
District Commissioner but the said Estate of
Grant G. Marsden although duly called doth not
appear by its Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now
satisfactorily proved on oath, that the said
Estate of Grant G. Marsden by its publication
three times in the Gazette in accordance with
section 29 (c) of Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924, has been duly served with the sunl-
mons in this behalf which required it to be and
appear here at this day before such Justices of
the Peace for the said Colony as should now bet
liere to answer the said complaint and to be
further dealt with- according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said.complaint,
I do adj udge the said Estate of Grant G. MPJar jden
to pay to the said Clerk of the Court at Pun~ta
Gorda the sum of Two dollars and eight cents
forthwrith next, and also to pay to the said Clerk
of the Court the sure of Two Dollars foi costs in
this behal~f; and if the several sums be not paid
forthwith I hereby order that the same be levied
by distress atid sale of the goods and chattels of
the said Estate of Grant G. Marsden.
Given under my hand and seal, this 2nd day
of February, in the year of our Lord 1940, at
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


here to answer the said complaint and to be
further dealt with according to law; and now
having heard the matter of the said complaint,
I do adjudge the said Frances A. Pinks to pay
to the said Clerk of the Court at Punta Gorda
the sum of seventy cents forthwith -next, and
also to gay to the said Clerk of the Court the
sum of Two Dollars for costs in this behalf; and
if the several sums be not paid forthwith I here-
by order that the same be levied by distress and
sale of the goods and chattels of the said Frances
A. Pinks.

Given under my hand and seal, this 2nd day
of February, in the year of our Lord 1940, at
Punta Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commissioner,
Toledo .


E;. O. B. BARROW '
District Coml ssioner,
Tole.


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Ioo BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Notice is hereby given that the undernoted goods having been in the King's Warehouse for
over three months will be sold at Public Auction on the 15th March, 1940, at 2 p~m. in accordance
with section 26 of Chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. Clearance warrants will not be
accepted after the 12th March, 1940.


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Notice is hereby given that the undernoted goods having been in the King's Warehouse for
over one year will be sold at Public Auction on the 15th March, 1940o, at 2 p.m. in accordance with
section 26 of Chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, as amended by Ordinance No. 3 of 1935
Clearance warrants will not be accepted after 12th Mlarch, 1940.


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Date of
Apphecation


Culstomz House,
Belize, zyth2 Februtary, 1940.


No. 147.


Particulars


Importing Ship & Date

' Concord" 26.739


"Romulus" 22.8.39


Marks & Nos.


Carmen Alquirez
Margareti James
Zita MIul rmy
N/M.

D. Masson


I pkg. Art. Flowers
I pkg. Means & Coffee
I pkg. ,
2 pkg. ,
I etn. Stove Parts
I pkg. Radio Parts
By Order,
R. K. MASSON,
Collector of C~ustomns.


"XH-TAD"


I4.11-39


SNo. 148.


Custom Hlouse,
Belize, 27thz February, 1940.


Marks & Nos.


Particulars


Importing Ship & Date


I c/s Paul Jones Cigarettes
I etn. Hats
I c/s Toilet Preparations
I c/s Sample Corks
3lo c/s Milk
2 c/s Milk
2 c/s Milk
I c/s Sardines
I etn. Unknown
r c/s U/Pants
I ctn. Adv. Matter
I bale Matting
Io c/s Winle.


"Newsome"
"'Merchiston"
"Port Antonio"
"Irene"




"Connector"
"'Ly sefj ord"
"Connector"
"Cadmus"


5-138
20.1.38
1.6.36
28.12.37
II.Io.38
I2.I0.38
3.12.38
3.12-38
30.6-38
8.7.38
17.11.38
25.11-38


B. 8- B
N.M.
H. & M.
Fuller
M.& Co.
G. N. F. N.
G. D. V. (Aruba)
J.N.E. 8~991
Mr. J. T. Husbands
G. & B. 29I//4
J. Maria Agurcia
MI.F. I
4/13


By Order,
R. K. MASSON,
Collector of Culstoms.


General Riegistry,
Belize, 22ndt Februtary, 1940.


No. 149.


MINISTER OF RELIGION.

THBE name of the following Minister of Religion, ordinarily- officiating as such, has this day
Been registered in this etfice under the provBisions of Chapter 99 of the Consolidated I~aws,
1.924, as a Minister for celebrating Marriages :--


Name -
and Surname




Andrew Francis
Bradley ]


Religious
Denomination


Residence


Minister


Baptist


Crooked.
Tree


By Order.
A. O. L;ONGSWVORTH,
Registrar Genteral.




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