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Act, 1942; United States of America. (Visiting Forces)
Administrations; Applications for letters of-
Estate of--
A4vilez, A. :. .. .. .. ..
Banner, D. A. .. .
Es~calante, E. .. .
Glass, A. E. .. .
Gordon, P. .. ..
Laing, I... .. .
Lennan, R. U. .. .. .. .. ..

Price, A. Mi. R. .. .
Tate, R. E. .
Taylor, W. T. .. .. .. .. ..
Ush e~r, E. A. .. .. .. .. ..
Walk~er, H. A. .. .. .. .. ..
AdmrinistraLtion: Letters of---
Distribution of assets of Estate of-
Crawvford, J. .. ..
Valdtz, E. .. .. .. .. .
Grant of .
Advisory Committee (Defenlce Regulations), 1939; AppI
Agreemenlts; appointments~ to attest labourers ..
Agriculture, Boat d of; apploin~tmous ..
Air Mail Restrictions .. .. .. .. ..
Ak~laldes; app~ointmnts .. ..
Akialdes; Dteputy .. .. .. .. .. .
Alcalde, Deputy; termination of appointment ..
Aliens, Non-Enemy .. ..
Anderson, A. H., District Commissionler .. ..
Anderson, Dr. V. F., to act as Senlior Medical Officeir
Anderson, Miss V., leave of absence ..
resumption of duty .. ..
Appointments; Cancellation of .. .. .. ..
Arnold, C., forest Guard .. .. .. ..
Ayuso, L. P., Member of the Executive Council ..

APPOINTMENTS--
Advisory Committee (Defence Regulations, 1939)
Agreements, Attesting Officers, L~abourers' ..
Agriculture; Board of .. .. .. .
Alcaldets .. .. .. .. .. .
Alcaldes; Deputy .. .. .. .. ..


. .. ..37I


.. .. .. 322
.. .. .- 322
.. .. .. 276
.. .. .. 28

.. 315
.. .. .. 396
.. .. .- 32

.. 276
.. 264
.. 186


.. .. .. 72

.. .... .. 53
.tment of .. .. 215, 3I4
.. 225, 263

.. 398
.. .-130,, 236, 244, 358, 386
40, 184, *236, P44. 394
140, 394
.. .. .. 245'
.. 39
.. .. .. 393
.. 95
193
.. 268
.. 335
.. 45, 63


-- 215 314
.. 225, 263

39, 236, 244, 358, 386
40, I84, 236, 244, 394


oin


Anderson, A. H., District Commissioner .. .. 39
Anderson, Dr. V. F., to act -as Senior Medical Officer ... .. .. 3933
Arnold, C., Forest Guard .. .. .. .. 335
Ayuso, L. P., Member of the Executive Council . 45, 63
Balderamos, A. B., Clerk to the Attorneyv General (temporarily) .. .. 75
Beaumont, Miss G. M., Nursing Sister .. .. .. ... 253
Belize Loan Board; Members .. .. .. .. .......... 2
Bradley, -E. R., Probationer .. .. ..23
Bradley, L. L., Typist, Posts and Telegraphs Department .. .. g
Brown, J. L., Foreman Carpenter,- Public Wo/Trks Depart~ment ." .. .. ro6j
Brown, Miss O., Nurse Medical Departmen~t . 58
Burn, A. A., Junior Clerk ... .. .. .. .. .... 39
Busby, G. S.. to act as Director of Surveys ... .. .. 15
Cain, IL E. C., Supernumerary Probationer .. .. 39
Campbell, P. S., Warde~r, Prisons Department o6
Canton, Ai., Forest Officer .. .. .. ..268
Canton, A. H., Junior Clerk .. 39
Canton, G. B., Junior Clerk .. .. .. .. .. 39,
Castillo, C., Forest Officer .. .. .. .. .. .. 268
Castillo, P., Forest Guard .. 335
Central Board of Health .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .s
Ce~rvant~es, L. E., To act as Senior Sanitary Inspector .. .123
Charnock-Wilson, Major IL P., Chairman, War Services Selection Board .- 95
Lieutenant-Colonel, British Honduras Defeixce Force .. 87
Officer Commanding the British Honduras Defence Force 87
Chemists and Druggists; Board of Examiniers of .
Coconut -Products (Advisory) Committee .. ... .. .. 268
Commissioners of Currency ... .. .. 2
Cost of Living (Advisory) Committee .. .. .. .. ...... 268


CINDEX TO COViERNIviENIT GAZETTE

BRITISH HONDURAS

1942.





Court of AdmiraltyJ, Colonial : .. .. g
Defence Force 45, 46, 393, 3I4, 329
Discharged Prisoners' Aid Committee .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Education, Board of ; Members .. .. .. .. ... I, 342
Eiley, J. H., Assistant Lighthouse Keeper .. .. .. .. .. 225
Escobar, C., Forest Guard .. .. .. .. -335
Ewen, Lt. W, U, G.S., Lieutenant, British Honduras Defence Force .. 393
Executive Council 45, 63, 64, I74
F'erguson, R. E., Second Class Clerk .. 39
Film Censors; Board .. .. ., 314
Food Production Committee ... .. .. 267, 268
Fuller, Miss H. M., Staff Nurse Medical Department 07
Gabourel, R. E., Clerk of the Executive Council .. .. .. .. 147
Gabourel, R. J., Deputy Marshal, Colonial Court of Admiralty Ix9
Gallagher, Sergeant Jamles, Wlarrant Officer, Staff Instructor, British Honduras
Local Forces .. .. .. ... 131
Harbour Advisory Board.. .. .. .. ..
Hemmans, Miss E~., Nurse Mledical Department ... ... 15k
Hydle, C. B., Sulpernumerary Probaztioner .. ... .. .. 39
Industrial School; Offical Visitors .
Inspector and Examiner, Corozal District (under the Motor Vehiicles & Road T'raf-
fic Ordinance, 1938) (No. 32 of r938) .. 139
Jeffery, P. R., Junior Clerk .. ... .. .. .. .. 39
Jubilee Public Library Committee .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Justices of the Peace--
Cayo 'District .. .. 167
Northern District ... ... .. .. .. .. 407
Toledo District .. ...... .. .. .. .... .. 407
LeRgislative Council ... .. .. .. r ?4
Leslie, Miss I., Staff Nurse Medical Department .. .. -158
Lind, H. F., Third Class Clerk .. .- -39
Longosworth, A. O., Registrar, Colonial Court of Admiralty .. g
Longsworth, A. S., Second Class Clerk .... .. 203
Longsworth, L,. F., Junior Clerk ... ... .. .. .. 45
Lord, E. G., Second Class Clerk . -- 39)
Macmillan, D. H. B., Second Lieutenant, British Honduras Defence Force .. 3r4
MVacmillan, J. W., Member of the L~egislative Council .. .. 174
Mahogany Supplies (Advisory) Committee .. .. .... 236
Masson, Captain R. K., M.B.E., Marshal, Colonial Court of Admiralty .. I19
McFarlane, Miss B., Nurse Medical Department .. .. .. .. Is8
Medical Registration, Committee of .. ... .. ... 2
Meighan, E. W., Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court at Corozal .. 139
Meighan, J. N., Clerk of the Legis~lative Council 147
To act as Clerk to the Registrar of the Supreme Court 76
To act as Returning Officer for election of Belize representatives 123
To act asSenior Clerk, Secretariat ... 75
Melhado, B. A., Mlember of the E~kecutive Council .. .. ... Ty4
Military Pensions Board .. .. .. ... ... .. 2
Minty, J. R., Supply Offic~er .. .. .. .. .. .. 4o
Nicasio, Q., Forest Guard . .. 335
Olds, G. D. P., Agricultural Officer on secondment .. .... .. 385
Outdoor Relief Committee .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3
Palomo, J. S., Probationer Sanitary In.Tpetctor . .. 95
Pepitunie, O. J., Probationer 39)
Perera, J. V., Forest Guard .. i ... 335
Petroleum Distribution (Advisory) Committee, T~e .. .... x31
]Probation Officer, Acting .. .. 203
Registrars of IBirths and Deaths, Deputy .. .... .. 95> II9, 184: 296
Ricketts, E. F., Officer in Charge of Air Raid Precautions .. .. .. 329
Saunders, L. P., Chief Censor .. ... .. .. .. .. 385
School Officer for Compulsory Attendance Areas .. ... 72,305
Secretary of State for the Colonies .. .. .. 75
Social Welfare Committee .. .. .. .. .. .... 2
Sparrow, Dr. C. H. H. B., Medical Officer 329
Staine, C. M., Member of the Legislative Council .. ..T4
Stann Creek Town Board; Members 9
Stevenson, Hon. Mr. N. S.; Member of the ~Legislative Council.. Ty4
Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Em-
pire (Civil Division) 15
Second Lieutenant British Honduras Defence Force 329
To act as Agricultural Officer .... 87
Sugar Control Board . 2
Supply Officer ... .... .. .... .... .. .. 4o
Tathum, Miss C. MI., Staff Nurse. Medical Department .. .. .. 158
Tenders Examination Committee .. .. .... .... .. .. 3
Tourist Committee .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 2, 45
Town Boards in Out-districts; Members .. .... .... .. To
Town Board ,Belize; Member .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 225
























































































Cain, Hi. E. C., Supernumerary Probationer
Calendars, 1943; importat~ion .. ..
Casasola, E:. F., leave o~f absen-e ..


.. 39
. . 88
, 71


Transport Board .
Usher, R, J., Third Class Clerk
Vaccinator, Public .. .. ..... .. .. ..
Valuations Appeal Boa~rd; Members
Vasconcellos, Senhor R. De; Consul of Brazil at Port of Spain, Trinidad .-
Vasquez, S. R., First Class Clerk ..
Visiting Justices to Prisons .. .... .. ..
Visiting Officers (Th~e Alien Immigration Ordinance, rS940), (No. 14 of 1940) 27r,
Visiting Officers (Undesirable Iminigrants O~rdinance 1936) (No. To of 1936) 271, 2857,

Visitors to Lunatic Asylum; Board .. .. **
Visitors to Prisons, Of'ficial -
Waight, A., Road Foreman .. .. .. .. .. ..
Wakrefield, Mr. A. J., Companion of the Most DistinguidhedS Order of St. Michael
and St. George .. .
W~ar Risk Insurance Commodity Committee .. .. .. .. ..
War Services Selection Board; Chairman .-
Ward, J. F., Agricultural Officer, Keny~a .. .. .. .. .
Wharton, Dr. S. H., Medical Officer .
Wolffsohn, Hon. Mr. A. N., Member of the Executive Council ..
Member of the L~egislative Council .. .. ..
To act as Colonia~l Secretary and Financial Secretary


.: .


2
39
131
'oy
342
39
3
394
393
394
3
3
329

15
253
9)5
95
63
64
174
13
413
4oy/
2o3


Wolffsohn, G. H., Thild Class Clerk ..
Woods, Miss E. LI., Staff Nurse Medical Depar~tmlent
Young, R. S., Third Class Clerk .. .
APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED :-
Canton, A. H., Junior Clerk .. .. ..
Casasola, C. M~cD., Warder, Frison Department *-
Fuller, ~L. E., Senior Warder, B3elize Prison .. ,. ..
Grant, H. H. S., Junior Clerk ..
Lind, H. P., Third Class Clerk
Price, R. M.R., Sanitary Inspector .
Robateau, J. J., Junior Clerk .. .. .
Storey, J. F., Inspector of Police
Woods, Miss D). B., Typist .. .. .. .. .
Apprentice, Wireless Telegraph Branch; inviting applications ..
Armistice Day and Day of Remembrance and Dedication ..
Arson; Supreme Court to pass sentence on charge of .. ..


. .. 413
329
296
. .. 139
4I3
.. .. .203
. .. 25
67
. .. 287
. 67
. .. 352
. .. 99


Baker, M. J., Leavie of Absence .. .. .. 26
Balderamos, A. B., Clerk to the Attorney General (temporarily) .. .. 75
Beans importations; licences ... .. I
Beaumont, Miss G. M., Nursing Sister .. .. .. .. .. ... 253
Belize Golf Club Order .. .. .. .. .. 235
Belize Loan Board; Members .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Belize Loan Board; Report 1940 .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. Too
Report 1941 -- -- 308
Belize Town Board Election, Notice to Voters .. ... .. 150
Belize Town Board; Voters' Lists, (See Supplemlent)t
Bills Published-- .. .. 26, 87, 113, 120, 158, 167, 174, 184, 216, 225, z54,
268, 281, 303, 306, 335, 352, 382 394
Bills to be presented to the Legislative Council-- 30, 40, 95, 107, no0, 123,
I27, 167, 7~1749 184, 19,35, o,25 3 244, 23 68 7 8,30,34
321, 335, 343, 358, 386, 40L, 408, 413


Bowman, Hon. Mr. T. P., leave of Ab~sence :.
resumption of duties ..


358


II9
of 26, 159, 28I
lo,6
.. .. .. 131
.. 58
2 7
Io 6
.. 75
.. 183
39
167
15
28, 33o


Boom Cemetery .. .. .. ..
Bradley, E. R., Probationer .. .. .. .. .
Bradley, L. L;., Typist, Posts and Telegoraphs Department
British Interests in Enemy Occupied Territories; representation
Brown, J. L., F~oreman Carpenter, Public Works Departmnt l~
Brown, Miss O.,1leave of absence .. .
Nurse Mledical Department ..
Building Restriction Order, The .. .
Bulgarian Commerce; reprisals restricting .. ..
Burgess, W. G., leave of absence .. .. .
resumption of duty .. ..
Burn, A. A., Junior Clerk .-
leave of absence .. .. .
Busby, Cr. S., to act as D~irector of Surveys..
Butter, Creamery (Maximum Retail Prices) Order ..


















































































..I, 342
12
.. 225
.. 335
.. 133


Campbell, P. S., Wardfer, Prison Department
Canton, A., Forest Office~r ...
Canton, A. H., Junior Clerk
Canton, G. B., Junior Clerk
Casasola, E. F., Resumlption of duty
Castillo, C., Forest Officer
C~astillo, F., Forest Gulard
Caye Bokel. Light, alteration to .
temporary arrang~emenft.


. ., -- .. 268
S- 39
-- 39
.. ..357
.. .26;8

383o


76
46
385
385
I
46
123
322
87


Cemeteries .
Cemnetery, Pub~lic .. .. -
Cenlsor, Assistant; Cancellation .. .. *- *- -
Censor; relinqiui hment of P. C. P. Bow~en as .. .. --
Central Board of Health .. .. .
Certificates of Essenltiality
Cervantes, L. E., to act as Senior SanitdryJ Inspetor
Charitable Trusts Ltd., British Hondura;; returns of revenue and expenditure 64>
Charnock-Wilson, Major H. P'., assumption of duty
Chairman, War Services Selection Board .. ..
Lieutenant-Colonel British Honduras Defence Force .
Officer Comman~ding the British Honduras Defence Force


Chavez, IM. L., leave of absence I47
Chemists and Druggists; Board of Examiners of I
Chemists and Druggists; List of registered ., .. .. 5
Chey~erton, Dr. R. ]L., leave of absence .. .. .. .. .. 393
Chicle Dealers' and Contractors' Licences .. 35
Clarke. Dr. P. E. M/., leave of absence 73
Coconut Products (Advisory) Committee .. .. .. .. 268
Compulsory Attendance Areas; Variation of appointments. .. 53
Compulsory Attendance Areas; Variation~ of declarations .. 53
Compulsory Attendance Areas; School Officers 72, 30)5
Commissioners for taking acknowdledgments of Deeds by Mlarried Women .. 4
Commissioners of Currency .. 2
Commissioners of the Supreme Court .. .. 4
Commodities, transfer of certain; Cancellation of Order .. .. 8
Consul for Belgium; recognition of E. L. Sabido as Acting .. .. ... 341
Consul for Sweden at Belize; provisional recognition of H. T. Grant as honorary 365
Consul of Brazil at Port-of-Spain, Trinidad; appointment of Senhor R. De Vasconcellos as 342
Consul of Brazil at Port-at-Spain, Trinidad; provisional recognition of Senhor Jose
Lavrador as .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 401
Consulate Swedish at Belize; recognition of H. T. Grant as Officer in Charge .. 254
Contraband articles of War .. .. .. 46, 55; 95'
Cornwall College, Jamaica; inviting. applications for Headmaster .. .. 315
Corrigendaz .. 26, 45, 96, 107, I48, 204, 234,~ 236, syl, 272, 287
Cost.of ~Living (Advisory) Committee .. .. .. 268
Court Mourning .. .. .. .. .. 25,28I
Court of Admiralty,' Colonial .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 119
Court; sitting of in Out-districts--
Cayo .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. 28
Northern District (Progreso) .. 334
Orange Walk ... .. .. .. .. .. 59
Olange Walk (Cayo D~istrict) .. .. 129, 149, 276
Stann Creek .. .. .. .. 3I0, 367
Comrt, Supreme; holding of .. .. 60, 99
Crane, government; scale of dues for use of . 32
Crown Land; Fiats issued ..-.. .. .. .. .. .... 195
Currencies; Amended list of D~esignated ... .. .271, 272, 394
Currency. Notes; Uinited States .. .. .. 30.4
Currency; Statement of the Board of Commissioners .. 7', 390
Customs Tariff; amendment to schedule of Customs & Excise Duties Ordinance, 1935
(No. I of 1935) -- -- 75
Customs Tariff; Ruml, Resolution approving pnric of .. .. 342


Debentures under the Belize Improvement L~oan (1z22) ordinance; Drawing of 155, 206
Defence Force; appointments .. .. 45, 46, 3I34, 329 393
Debts, Enemy .. ... .. 99
Dentists; list of registered .. 6'
Discharged Prisoners' Aid Committee .. .. .. .. .. .. 2
Drag ten, F. R., Esq., K.C., O.B.E., J.P., leave of absence 341
resumption of duties .. L 407, 413


Education, Board of ; Members .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Eggs (Maximum Retail Prices) Order .. .. .. .. .. ..
Eiley, J. H., Assistant Lighth~ouse Keeper ,. .. .. .. .. ..
Escobar, C., Forest Guard .. .. .. .. .. ..
Elections, ~Legislative Council; rejected Ballot Papers, Belize Electoral Division








Elections, writs of .. 83, 84, 85, 86
Electoral Division, Belize; Candidates ... 26
Electoral Qualificatiornp and RegaLlational Ordiliance; Claims for registration as Voters--
Belize Division .. .. .. 257
Northern Division 2ij7
Stann Creek Diviswon .. .. .. .. 256
Toledo Division . 256
Western Division 256
Rlectoral Qlualifica.tions and Regulations Ordiatiie, 1935 (No. 14; of 1935); date foi~ re-
ceivingo nominations of candidates .. 91
Electoral Q~ualifications and Regulatio~ns Ordinance; List of persons claiming to be voters--
NIorthern Division 308
Toledo Division .. .. 88
Elliott, E. S., leave of absence .. 275
Enemy Debts ... 99
Enemy, Trading with the; territories in enemy occu ation 251 366
trandfer of Ne~t he~lr~ll lan id feets 13
English Caye Light; extinguishing of .. .. .. .. .. .... 3293
Estimates, 1942; approval .. .. .. .. .. 113
Essentiality; Certificates of . .. .. 46
Ewen, L~t. W. U. G. S., Lieutenant British Honduras Defence Force .. ... 393
Examinations; Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' 16
Examinations, Teachrs' and Pttpil Teachers', 19412; successfit Cthididates .. .,21
Examinations, Univtrlsity of Cardfbrige Local, 1941;. -nercessfull candidates .. 153; I54
Examinations, University of Cambridge Local, 1942; forms of entry .. .. .. Ito
Examination, University of London Matriculation; 1943 entries ... 236, 360
successful candidate 353
Executive Council; Members .. .. .. .. 45, 63, 64,1 174


Eplsion Orders against--
Basto, S. ..
Esteves, G. .
Jimenez, A. .
Martinez, P. .. .. ..
Morales, M. .. .. ..
Robledo, W


.. .. .. .. .. o x
.. .. .. .. .. 243
.. .. .. .. 11
. .. 66
295
243


Ferguson, R..E., Second Class Clerk .
Film Censors; Board .. .. .. ..
Financial Year, Close of .
Finish Commerce; reprisals restricting .. ..
Flotsam l
Forest Applicatio~ns- .. .. II, 61
3111 3;15,3
Forest Reserve, Mahogany, Iguana Creek .. ..
Pood Production Committee .. .. .. ..
Foodstuffs; travellers to United Kingdom permitted t
Fractional Cent Units; Goods .. .. .. ..
Frankson, A. S., resumption of duty .. .
Fraser, C. N., leave of absence .. .. .
Prazer, H. D., leave of absence .. .. ..
Friendly Societies; notice to .
Frost, R. A., leave of absence .
Hiller, Miss H. M., Staff Nurse Medical Department


393
S.2, 3zr4
3811
1 6
.. ..99
6, 81I, 90, gi 1 131;32; I40; 148., 161, 186,
38, 343, 382, 396 44,403II,430


.267, 2168~
aibn amount .. 40
.. .. 68


o take cert


. .. 173

357
407


Gabourel, E. K., leatre of absence .. .. .. .. ..
Gabourel, R. E:., Clerk to the Executive Council .. .. ..
Seconded to Office of Assistailt Colonial Secretary
Gabout'el, Rt. J., Deputy Marshal, Colonial Court of Admiralty ..
Galvanised corrugated roofing; maximum wholesale and retail prids
Gallagher, Sergeant James; Wiarrant Officer, Staff Instructor, British
Forces .. .. ..
Gasoline Rationing Order, The .. .. .. .
Quotas, reduction .
Gazette Subscriptions, 1943 -- -- -- -- -- --
Golf Club, Belize; Order .
Governo~r, His Excellency The; departure of ori leave of absence. .
return from leave .. .. ..
return from tours .. .. ..
tours of
Governor's Deputy; Comldission appointing Hon. Mr. R. E. Turnb~ull
Goods, Bonded; Sale of .. .
Goods; Fractiohal Cent Units .. .. .. .. .. ..
Great Britain; State of war between Thailand and .. .


167
.. 147
.. 55
.. II9
.. .. ..347
Honduras Local
.. .. ..131
.. 199
.. ..284, 389
** 414
.. .. ..235
.. 13
.. 37
o3, 349
.. 93, 339
.. -93, 339
..54, r44, 3I8
68
45


Harbour Advisory Board


.. .. .. .. .. .. I








Hardware, Control Order, The .... 2471 382
Hemmans, Miss E., Nurje Medical Department ** 158
Heustis, A. A., leave of absence 29
resumption of duty .. Ty
Holidays, Public and Bank .. .. 175, 267
Honours,~ Birthday; His Majesty The K~ing ,. 191
Hughes, H. J., leave of absence *- 147
resumption of duty .. ..* 45, 203
Bungarian Commerce; reprisals restricting o6
Hunter,A.S J., leave of absence *- 147
Hunter, His Excellency J. A., Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of
St. Michael and St. George .. 9
Hurricane Precautions .. 9
Hyde, C. B., Supernumerary Probationer .. 39


Identification and registration; P'erson proceeding to Great Britain to comply with re-
quirements under Registration of Employment Order, 1941 29, 3o
Ignana Creek Mahogany Forest Reserve .. 4oy
Immnigration Office, Fort George; Order .. 313
Income Tax; Returns .. .. x
Warrants for recovery of ,. .. .. -- 366
Industrial School; official visitors .. .. .. 2
Inspector & Examiner, Corozal District (under the Motor Veihicles and Road Traffic
Ordinance, 1938) (No. 32 of 1938) 139
Insurance; notice to Exporters 175
Insurance (Scheme) Rules, War Risks 303
Insurance, War Risk Commodity Committee .. .. 253


Jamaica College, Kingston; Headmaster required .. .. .. .. ..
Japanese Interests in the United Kingdom and the Colonial Empire .. ..
Jeffery, P. R., Junior Clerk .. .. .. ..
Jetsam .. ... .
Jubilee Public Library Committee .. ..
Jury List; Northern District; revision of .. .. .. .. .. ..
Justice of the Peace; Cayo District .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Northern District .. .. .. ....
Toledo District .. .. .. .. .. .. ..


. 14
.. 40
.. 39
..99
z
. 363
.. 167
. 407
S. 407


Kent, His Royal Highness The Duke of; Death ..
Kerosene Oil; maximum wholesale anld retail prices order
King's Birthday Parade, His Majesty The .. .. ..


295
330, 395
157


~Land Applications-published weekly--
~Land Tax; summonses for non-payment of ..
Leacock, C., leave of absence .. .. ..
Leave of absence--
Anderson, Miss V. .. .. .. ..
Bakrer, M. J'. .. .. .. .
Bowman, Hon. Mr. T. F. .. .. ..
Brown, Miss O. .. .. --
Burgess, W. G. .. .. .. ..
Burn, A. A. .. ....
Casasola, E. ~F. .
Chavez, M. L. .. .. .. ..
Cheverton, Dr. R. L. .. .. ..
Clarke, Dr. P. E. M. ..
Dragten, F. R., Esq., K.C.., O.B.E., J.P
Elliott, E. S. .. .. .. .
Fraser, C. N. .. .. .. .
Frazer, H. D. .. .. .. ..
I'rost, R. A. .. .. .. .. ..
Gabourel, E. K. .. .. .. ..
Heustis, A. A. .. .. .. ..
Hughes, H. J. .. .. .. ..
Hunter, A. J. .. .. .. ..
Leacock, C. .. .. .. .
Lind, L;. E. .
Longsworth, H. O. E. .
Loring, R. H. .. .. .. ..
Mahler, R. C.
Melhado, Hon. Mr. B. A., J.P.
Melhado, Hon. Mr. H. I., O.B.E., J.P. .
Middleton, C. B. .. .. .. .
Mivett, S. N. .


. ~ ~ ~ ~ ...6, 347, 387
** -158


.- 95
.. 26
341r
-- 131
.. 75
67
..271
47
-- 393
..173
. 341
.. 275
.. 267
73
S- 357
67
.. 29
47
47
.. 158
..183
.. 47
.. 63
167
335
147, 3T4
.. 95
.. 23





Pasos, E. I. -* ** **
Perera, A. .. .. .. .. ..
Robateau, A. .. ..
Rudon, E. R. I. .. .. .. .. *-
Smith, H. K. .. .. ** -*
Stevens, Captain, J. R. A., M. C., J. P., **
Turtonl, Honl. Mr. R. S., J.P. .. .
Vasquez, M. B.
Vasquez, S. R. .. .- -. .. ..
Vernon, V. M. ,
Wolffsohn, G. H. ** ** -* ** *-
Legislative Council; Address of His Excellency The Governor at Opening
Legislative Council; appointments
Elections results .
Opening of New Session
lreslie, Miss I., Staff Nurse Medical Department
Letters of Administration; applications for see "Administration" ..
Letters to Prisoners of War in Germany and Italy
Licencej, Produce .. .. 81, 120, rq41,149, 150, 160, 24
Licensing Mieetings -Belize: .
Corozal 28, 113
El Cayo .. ..
Punta G~orda .
Stann Creek ... .. .. .. .
Blind, H. F., Third Class Clerk -- -- --
Lind, L. E., leave of absence .. .. ..
resumption of duty .
Living, Cost of; Index Figures Me~moralldum .
Loan Board, Belize Report Ig940 f .
Report 1941
Longsworth, A4. O., Registrar, Colonial orofAmaty ..
L~ongsworth, A. S., Second Class Clerk
LIongswvorth, H. O. E., leave of absence
L~ongsworth, I. F., Junior Clerk
ILord, E. G., Second Class Cl~erk *
L~oring, R. H. leave of absence .. .. .. .. ..


** 147
.. 167
263
407

** 244
.. .. 204 305

139
** -- *253
-275, 407

174
133
184
158

403
5, 264, 2;72, 32-', 337
60, lo7; 223, 3I5, 404
1, 223, 310, 318, 4o3
98, 226, 403
98, 206, 3Io, 403
S43, 195, 321, 4'4
-- 39
'83

.3266
Ioo
308
9
203
r47
49
-- 39
63


Macm~illan, D. H. B., Second Lieutenant, British Honduras Defence Force 3r4
Macmillan, J. W., Member of the Legislative Council 74
Mahler, R. C., leave o~f absence 167
Mahogany Supplies (Advisor y) Committee .. .. .. .... 236
Masson, Captain R. K., M'.B.E., Marshal, Colonial Court of Admiralty .. I19
Maximum Retail Prices Order; Creamery Butter 128, 330
Maximum Retail Prices Order; Eggs .. .. 182
Maximum W'holesale and Retail Prices, (D~efence Regulations, 1939) 3, 23, 34, 51, 69
I30,189, 198, 020223I, 238267, 266, 92 4,84 9 3932 3838 81,39.4Io
Maximum Wholesale and Retail Prices order; Galvanised Corrugated Roofing .. 347
Maximum Wholesale and Retail Prices Order; Kerosene Oil .. 330, 395)
McFarlane, Miss B., Nurse Medical Department .. 158
Medal, British Empire .. .. .... .. .. 25
Medical Practitioners; list of registered .. .. 8
Medical Registration; Comm~ittee of .. .. .. .. .. 2
M~eighan, E. W., D~eputy Registrar of the Supremle Court at Corozal .. I .. 39
Meighan, J. N., Clerk of the Legis~lative Counnil 147
To act as Clerk to the Registrar of the Supreme Court 76
To act as Returning Officer for election of Belize representatives 123
To act as Senior. Clerk, Secretariat .. .. 75
Mlelhado, Honl. Mr. B. A., J.P., leave of absence .. 335
Member of the E~xecutive Council .. ... 174
Mielhado, Hon. Mr. H. I., O.B.E., J.P., leave of absee .. .. .. I47, 314
resumption of duties . 184. 335
retention of the title "'Honourable"' on his retirement
from Membership of the Executive Council 63
Meteorological Observations-- '.. .- 33, 5', I35, I43, I52, 221, 299, 327 355, 397 428
Midwives, list of registered .. .. .. 4


.. 95, a15
.. .. 215
. . 2
.. .. 426
.. .. 276
.. 7, 292
.. .a 40
.. .. 123
.. .. 245


Middleton, C. B., leave of absence ..
resumption of duty .
Military Pensions Board .. .
Milk, Condensed: Bulk Purchase .
Mines, Drifting .. .. .. ..
Ministers of Religion; list of registered .
Minty, J. R., Suipply Officer .. ..
Mivett, S. N., leave of absence ..
Monkey River Towvn Board; Memlber .








New Yea~r's Hono~urs .. .: i.
Nlicasio, Q., Forest Guard .. .. ..
N~on-Official Notices:--
Trade Mark--
Allied Chemical &~ Dye Corporation ..
Boyey's, Inc. .. ..
IFerguson-Sherman-Manufacturing Corporation
Pepsi-Cola Company .. .. ..
Scripto Manufacturing Co. .. .
Seven-Up Co. .. .. .. ..
Standard Brands Incorporated .. .
The Borden Company Limited .. ..
The Federal Paint Company, Inc. ..
The Goody~ear Tire & Rubber Company
The Texas Company .. .. ..


. : : ; If8
335


.. 43o
347
.. 369
138
.. 392
.. 198
.. 62
.. 363
.. 35
.. 274
.. 362


Obituary Notices--
Bourne, W. N. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 254
Bradley, Li M. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. Io7
~LemIon; O. .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. 268
Menadoza, I. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 402
Trapp, C. A. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 216
Velasquez, H. .. .. .. .. .. .. T
Oil, bulk supplies .. .. .. .. ... 88
Olds, G. D. P., Agricultural Officer, on secondment .. .. ... 385
Optometry Practitioner .... 8
Ordetrs-- Building .Restriction, The ... .. .. .. .. zo
Gasoline, Rationing, The .. .. ... .. .. 199
Golf Club, Belize .. ..' 235
Immigration Office, Fort George .. .. .. .. .. 313
Maximum Wholesale and Retail Prices:--
Butter, Creamery .. ... .. ... 128, 33o
Eggs.. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .... 1I8z
Kerosene Oil .. ... .. -*. 333, 395
Roofing, Galvanised Corrugated .. .. .. ... 34;
Rubber Control (Tyres and Tubes) .228
Sacks, Jute; Maximum Selling Price and E3xportation .141
Orders of His Majesty The K~ing in Council:--
The British Honduras Prize Court (F'ees) Order in Council, 1942 .. 105 ro6i
United States of America (Vivriting Forces) Order, 1942; The 375, -374
United States of Atnerica (Visiting Forces) (Colonies, etc.) Order, 1942z; The 3781 379
Ordinances Assented to- .. 76, 215, 245; 358, 359 .382, 408, 431.
Ordinances not Disallowed 26, 55, 136, 147, 158, 23;3, 297 3 ,tl 341, 386
Outdoor Relief Committee .~ 4 3


Palomo, J. 8., Probationer Sanitary Inspector .. .. .. .. .- 95
Pasos, E. I., leave of absence 47
Patterson, Dr. T., resumption of duties . .. 393
Pepitune, O. J., Probationer ... .. .. .. 39
Perera, A., leave of absence ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 167'
Perera, J. V., Forest Guard .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 335
Permit, Space Allocation .. ... ... .. 36r'
Petroleum Distribution (Advisory) Committee, the .. .. .. 131
Pharmaceutical Schools; Recognized .. 42
Pipeshank; discontinuance of sale of .. .. .. .. .. I
Prices, Maximum Retail Order; Creamery Butter .. .. I 28, 330
Eggs .. .. .. 82
Prices, Maximum Wholesale &- Retail Prices Order'; Galvanised Corrugated Roofing .. 347
Ketosene Oil .. 330, 395
Pricesi Maximum Wholesale and Retail Priees, (Defei~e Regulations, 1939) 3, 23, 34,
5I, 69; 130, 189, 198, 202, 231, 238, 266, 274,
284, 292, 3'9, 320, 328, 338, 381, 395, 4Io
Prisoners of War in Germany and -Italy; letters to .. .. .. ..403
Probationer Officer, Acting ... .. ... .. .. .. 203


Produce Licences (See under Licences)
Property in Territories of States at War; registration of ..
Properties, Sale of
Public Officers' Guaranthe Fund; 1941 Report of the Directors .
Public Officers' Guarantee Fund; Security .. ..
Pun~ta Gorda, Town Board; Members ..
Punta Gorda Town; extinguishing of Shore Light at .


. 99
.. ..49,' 5o
. 77
. 5; 244
. .. .352'
.. .. ..zzy


Receipt Book; loss of .
Red Cross Drive, I942; Income & EIxpenditure ..


.. .. .. .. 3r.
. .. .. 298







Registrars of Births and Deaths, Deputy 95, II9, r84, 296
Registration of Employment Order, 1941; Notice to persons proceeding to Great
Britain -2,3
Registration of Property in Territories of States at War .99
Relinquishment--
Anderson, A. H., as Supply Officer -- 39
Bowen, F. C. P., as Acting Magistrate -- ** -- 55
as Censor .. .. 385
Busby, G..S., as Acting Director of Surveys ..* -3C
Johanson, Lt.-Col. J. L~., Command of the British Honduras Defence Force.. 87
Wolffsohn, Hon. Mr. A. N. as Acting Colonial Secretary and Financial Secretary 37
Reprisals restricting Finnish, Hungarian, Roumanian, B~ulgarian and Thai Commerce Io6
Reservation from sale; area West of the junction of Dam Creek and Deep River 329
~Resignations-- *
Baker, M. J., as a Member of the Board of Education: 342
Bancroft, Mrs. O. L~., M.B.E., as a Member of the Board of Film Censors 358
Chev~erton, Captain R. L. as an Officer of the British Honduras Defence Force 393
Elliott, E. S., as Third Class Clerk. 35x
Kinlch, J. B., as Senior Asstant Conservator of Forests 3ez
~Loring, R. H., as Junior Clerk, Medical Department .. ...... 27
Melhado, Hon. Mr, H-. I., as a Member of the Executive Council .. .- 45
Smith, N. G., as Warder, Belize Prison .75
Turton, H-on. Mr. R. S., as a Member of the Belize Town Board 215
Resumption of Duty--
Anderson, Miss V. .* 193
Bowman, Hon. Mr. T. F. .. 358
Burgess, W. G. .. 83
Casasola, E. F. .. 357
Charnock-Wilson, Lt.-Col... 87
Dragten, F. R., Esq., K.C., O.B.E., J.P. 407, 413
Prankson, A. S. 158
Heustis, A. A. "73
Hughes, H. J. *- 45, 2o3
LindL. E.296
Melhado, Hon. Mr. H. I., O.B.E., J.P. .. .. 84, 335
Middleton, C. B. 215
Patterson, Dr. T.: R. .. ... 393
Robateau, A. 365
Turnbull, Hon. M'r. R. E. 37
Turton, Hon. Mr. R. S., J.P. 275
Vasquez, M. B. .. .. 281
Retirement on Pension--


Cox, W. A;, as Foreman Carpenter, Public Works Department
Revenues of British H~onduras; Comparative Statements, (See: Supp
Rice Control
Rice Control Order, 1942, The .
Rice, Distribution
Ricketts, E. F., Officer in Charge of Air Raid Precautions :
Robateau, A., leave of absence
resumption of duties
Rosado, D. L,., dismissal of
Roumanian Commerce; reprisals restricting .. .. ..
Rubber; price of .
Rubber (Tyres & Tubes) Control Order, 1942, The .
Rudon, E. R. I., leave of absence: .. .. .
Rules, War Risks Insurance (Scheme) ..
Rum; Resolution approving price of .. .. ..


Sacks, Jute; Maximum Selling Price and Exportation Order .
Sale of Bonded Goods .. .. ...
Sale of L~and; Belize District .. ...
SOrange W'alk;, "Indian Hill"- ..


.. 87


lement)-
.137
.. 36, 137
49
329
263
365
.. ..29
T6
.. .. ..123
.. .. ..228
407
.. 303
.. 342


., .. ..141
54, 1441 3r8
.. 403
.. 343


Sale of L~eases-
Cayo District .. .. .. .. .. 122, 226, 255
Northern District (Corozal) .. .. .. .. .. 290
Stann Creek District .. .. 98, 107, 138, 269, 290, 343
Toledo District ... .. 206, 306, ~359, 387
Sale of Properties : .... .. .. 49, So, 9I
Sale of Sponge Fishery Property .. .. .. 65
Saunders, ]L. P., Chief Censor .. .. .. 385
Scholarships, Teachers' Training .. 296
Scholarships to Secondary Schools, Governmlent; candidates awarded .. .. .. 427
Scholarships to Secondary Schools, Government; applications .. 222
Schools, Efficient; recognition as .. .. .. 28, 96
School, Government Queen Street; inviting applications for post of Assistant .. .. 28
School Officers for Compulsory Attendance Areas .. 72, 305
School Officers for Compulsory Attendance Areas; variation of appointments 53





School, Private; non-recognition of, at Esperanza Bank, Old River .. 366
Secondment--
Gabourel, R. E., to Office of Assistant Colonial Secretary .. 55
Price, R. M. R., to the British Honduras D~efence Force .. .. .. 365
Ram, Dr. L. M., with the Indian Medical Service .. .. .... 75
Secretary of State for the Colonies; appointment ,. .. 75
Service of Intercession, Special .. .. I~x
Shipments from Tampa .. ,. .. ... 426
Shipping Space Allocations .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 361r
Smith, H. K., leave of absence .341
Social Welfare Committee .. 2
Sparrow, Dr. C. H. H. B., Medical Officer .... 3293
Staine, -C. M., Member of the Legislative Council .. .... 174
Stann Creek Town Board; Members .. .. .. .
Notice to Voters .. . 155
Revision of List of Voters .. .. 333
Voters' List .. .. .. 260
Stann Creek and Mullins River Towns; Returns of Ownership of Land .. 164
Statutory Rules and Orders:-
No. I--The Control of Traffic at Ports Order .. .. .. o
z--Proclamation. Assumption of the Administration of the Government by
the Hon. Mr. R. E. Turnbull, Colonial Secretary 13
3--The Defence (Finance) (Amendment) Regulations .. 16
4--Proclaiming War with Bulgaria ,... .. .. 16
ti-The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) Order 26
6i-Proclamation declaring Thursday the IIth day of June, 1942, to be a Public
and Bank Holiday .. .. .. 40
7-T'Ihe Freight Passenger Vehicles and Omnibuses (Restriction) Regulations .. 46
81-Proclamation bringing into operation the Prize Court (Fees Rule No. 2),
1940 (S. R. & O. No. 53 of 1941) .. 46
9--The Sugar (Maximum Prices) Order .. .. 46
Io--The Corozal District (Prohibited Area) Rescission Order .. .. .. 46
I-LThe Belize Town Board Property Tax Order .. 55
12--Proclaiming War with Thailand .. .. .. 64
13--Proclamation dissolving the Legislative Council .. .. 26
14--The Belize Fire Brigade (Amendment) Regulations .- .. .. Iso
IS--The Belize Slaughter House (Amendment) P&.Ae-Laws Iso
16--The Forest (Amendment) Rules .. .. .. Izo
17-Proclamation-British Honduras Constitution Ordinance, 1935 I 23
18--The Defence Force (Officers' Pay) Orders 27
19----The Aliens (Registration) (Amendment) Regulations .. 131
to--The Transport, Travelling and Subsistence Allowances (Amendment) Rules 131
zIl-The Trading with the Enemy (Specified Persons) (Amendment) (No. I)
Order .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 148
azz-The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) ( No. I) Order .. .. .. 158
23--Proclamation amending further the Proclamation dated the twenty-seventh
day of January, 1940 (S. R. &r O. No. 4 of '940) .- 158
24-The Exit Permit Order .. . 174
25--The Defence (Amendment) Regulations .. 174
26--Proclamation Ordering the holding of a Session of the Legislative Council 184
27--The Trading with the Enemy (Fees for Patents, Designs and Trade Marks)
Exemption Regulations ... .. .. 204
28--The Persons in Custody (Photography and Measurement) Rules .. zo4
29-The Defence (Amendment No. 2) Regulations .. 0
30-The Sarawina Land Reservation (Revocation) Regulations .. 204
31--The Control of Communications (Amendment) Order .. .. 2x5
32--The Defence (Amendment) (No. 3) Regulations .. .. .. 236
33--The Defence Force (Payment for Active Service) Order ... 244
34--The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) (No. 2) Order .. .. 244
35--The Control of Maps (Amendment) Order . 244
36-The Registration of Non-enemy Aliens Regulations .. .. .. 244
37--The Defence (Almendment No. 4) Regulations .. 25
38--The King's Warehouse (L~ocal Rum) (Amendment) Regulations .. 263
39--Amendment of Rules made by the Governor on the fifth day of July,
1940, (S.R. & O. No. 40 of 1940) under the authority of Regulation 18
(7) of the Defence Regulations, 1939, (S.R. & O. No. 69 of 1939) 272
4~o--The Defence (Amendment No. 5) Regulations .. .. .. 275
41--The Defence (Amendment No. 6) Regulations .. .. .. 279
42-The Safety of Ships Order .. .. .. .. 285
43--The Defence (Finance) (Amendment No. 2) Regu nations ,. .. 288
44--the Control of Noise (Defence) Order .. .. .. 293
45-Proclamation Defining the Lim~its and Boundaries of the Town of Stann
Creek .. .. .... .. .. .. .. 296
46-T'lhe Defence (Amendment N~o. 8) Regulations .. .. .. .. 296
47-The Protected Places (Amendment) Order .. .. .. 314
48-Trhe Defence (Amendment No. 9) Regulations .. .. 314
49-The Stann Creek Town (Prohibited Area) Order 321
50--Th~e Control of Maps (Amendment No. 2) Order ... ,* 321









5z--The Defence (Amendment No. To) Regulations .. .. .. -
52--The Village of Placencia (Prohibited Area) Order
53--The Jamaican Settlement on the Stann Creek Valley Road (Prohibi~ted
Area) Order .. ..
54--The Defence (Amendment No. 11) Regulations .. .. .. .
gj---The Customs (Amendment) Regulations .. .... .. ..
56--The District Town Boards (Amendment) Directions .. .. .. ..
57-The Stann Creek Beaches (Digging of Sand) By-Laws .. .. .
58--Proclamation. Alteration of the Schedule to the Coinage Ordinance, 1937
(Ordinance No. 2 of 1937) -- -- -- *- -- *- *-
59--The Defence (Amendment No. 12) Regulations .. .. .. .
60-The Trading with the Enemy (Fees for Patents, Designs and Trade Marks)-
Exemption (Amendment) Regulations .. .. .. .. ..
61--Proclamation applying the Towns Propertyv Tax Ordinance, Chapter 134
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, to the towns of Stann Creek, Punta
Gorda, El Cayo, Monkey River, and Benqlue Viejo .-
62-The Defence (Amendment No. 13) Regulations .. .. .. .
63-The Deportation (British Subjects) Rules
64--The Lighting Restrictions (Punta Gorda) Order ,. .. .. .. ..
6j-T'Ihe Defence (Amendment No. 14) Regulations ..
Stevens, Captain J. R. A., M.C., J.P., leave of absence .. .. .. .. .-
Stevenson, Hon. Mr. N. S., O.B.E., Member of the Legislative Council .. ..
Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British
Empire (Civil Division) .. .. ..
Second Lieutenant, British Honduras Defence


342
358

358
366
382
386
394

394
402

4os



402
408
408
413
413
244
174

Is

329
87
77
z
387
4
276
40


Force .
To act as Agricultural Officer
Stock Returns; submission of to Supply Officer .. .. ..
Sugar Control Board .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Summonses for non-payment of Land Tax ........
Supreme Court; Commissioners of the .. .. .. ..
Sitting of .
Supply Officer .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..


..
..
. .
. .
60,
. .
..
. .


Tampa, shipments from .. .. .. .
Tathum, Miss C. M., Staff Nurse, Medical Department
Telegrams from the.Secretary of State--
Death of Ruben L~aw .. .. .. ..
National Day of Prayer .. .. .. ..
National Day of Prayer and Dedication ..
National Remembrance and Thanksgiving Day
Secretary of State for the Colonies; appointment
Tenders Accepted--
Butchers' and Market Supplies .. .. ..
Tenders Examination Committee .. .
Tenders Invited--
Chicle .. .. .. .


. .
. .

. .
. .
. .
. .
. .

. .
.. ..

.. ..
.. ..
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
.. ..


426
.. 158

.. 127
II
.. 267
.. 357
.. 385

.234, 408
.. .. ..3

.. .. ..236
.. .. ..288
67
.. 124
. ...174, 351
.. 168
.. 341
.. 245
.. 342
.. .. ..26
.. .. ..343
.. .. --32
1 6
.. 45
.. 88
.. 2, 45
o
.. 225

.. 246
. .25, 366
.. ..185, 282


.. ..
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .


Clean Gas Oil .. .
Grocers' Supplies .. .. ..
Fuel Oil--Electrical Department ..
Gasoline and Kerosene .. ..
Government Supplies .. ..
Groceries .. .. .. ..
K. D. Trousers and Shirts; making
Pauper Burials .. .. ..
Pine Poles .


Supplies .. ..
Wood Fuel .
Thai Commerce; reprisals restricting .. .. .. .
Thailand; State of War between Great Britain and .. ..
Tin Cans; conservation of, for oil .. .. .. .. ..
Tourist Committee .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Town Boards in Out-districts; Members .. .. .. ..
Town Board, Belize; Member .. .. .. .. .. ..
Trade Marks (See under Non-Official Notices)--
Tradesmen, skilled, for Service mn the British Army .. ..
Trading with the Enemy; Territories in enemy occupation ..
Trading with the Enemy; Transfer of Netherlands Concerns .
Transfers--
Burgess, C., to District Commissioner's Office, Toledo ..
Cattouse, A. E., to District Commissioner's Office, Stann Creek
Colon, V. F., to District Commissioner's Office, Stann Creek
Elliott, E. S., to District Commissioner's Office, Toledo ..
Ferguson, R. E., to Public Works Department .. ..
Hulse, S. E., to Treasury Department .. .. .. ..
Lord, E. G., to Customs and Harbour Department .
Meighan, E. W., to District Commissioner's Office, Corozal ..
to Treasury, Belize .


.. 4ol
.. 63
.. 267
.. 63
.. 63
.. 63
..63
..139
..275



































































































INDEX TO0 SUPPLEMENT.


Patten, R. F., to Labour Office .. .. :
Pasos, E. I., to District Commissioner's Office, Corozal
Paterson, Miss M., to Northern Rhodesia .. ..
Smith, D. G., to Medical Department .. .. ..
Savona, Dr. E. C., as Medical Officer, Nigeria .
Smith, H. K., to Education Department .. .
Smith, S. F., to District Commissioner's Office, Cayo
Stolf, R. A. to the Post Office .. ..
Trapp, P. L;., to Audit Department .. .. .
Tucker, E. R., to Judicial Department (1Magistracy) .
Usher, R. J., to Registry Branch, Judicial Department
Ysagnirre, E. L., to Toledo .. .. .. ..
Transfer of certain commodities; cancellation of Order ..
Transport Board .. ..
Turnbull, Hon. Mr. R. E., resumption of duties .. ..
Turton, Kon. Mr. R. S., J.P., leave of absence .. ..
resumption of duties ..
(Tyres and Tubes) Control Order, The Rubber .. ..
Tyres and Tubes for motor vehicles and motor bicycles; salf


United Nations Day; Celebration .. .. .. ..
United States of America (Visiting Forces) Act, 1942 --
Usher, R. J., Third Class Clerk .. .. .. ..


1~39
275
158
131
365
63
139
193
'39
139
63
39
81

37
305
275
228
229


. .
. .
. .
. .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.. ..
.
-
.
.
restrictions .


e re


. .


Vaccinator, Public ..
Valuations Appeal Board; Members .. .. .. ..
Vasepncellos, Senhor R. De., Consul of Brazil at Port of Sp
Vasquez, M. B., leave of absence .. .. .. ..
resumption of duty .
Vasquez, S. R., First Class Clerk .. ..
leave of absence .. .
Vernon, V. M., leave of absence .. .. .. ..
Vessels; Identification marks ..
Visiting Justices to Prisons .. ..
Visiting Officers (The Alien Immigration Ordinance, 1940),
Visiting Officers (Undesirable Immigrants Ordinance 1936),


.





.


ain, Trinidad.


393~ 394


. .. .. 415
.. .. .. .. .. 19
. .. 2
. .. .. 23
.. .. .. .. .. 18
. .. .. :. 26 o


(No. 14 of 1940) 271, 394
No. To of 1936 .. 27I, 287


Visitors to Lunatic Asylum; Board of
Visitors to Prisons, Official .. ..
Voters, List of ; Belize Division ..
Northern Electoral Division .
Stann Creek Electoral Division ..
Toledo Electoral Division .. ..
Western Electoral Division .. ..
Voters' List; Stann Creek Town Board


Waight, A., Road Foreman .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Wakefield, Mr. A. J., Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael
and St. George .- .
War Risk Insurance. Commodity Committee .. .. .. .
War Risks Insurance (Scheme) Rules .. .. .. .. .. ..
War Services Selection Board; Chairman .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ward, J. F., Agricultural Officer, Kenya .. .. .. ..
Whartonl, Dr. S. II., Medical Officer .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Wolffsohn, Hon. Mr. A. N., Member of the Executive Council .. .
Member of the Legislative Council .. ..
To act as Colonial Secretary and Financial Secretary


..15
.. 253
. 303
.. 95
S. 95
.. 63
.. 64
. 74
13


Wolffsohn, G. H., leave of absence .. .. .. .. .. .. 2751 407
Third Class Clerk .. . 413
Wolmer's Schools, Jamaica; Headmaster and Assistant Mistress; applications invited 272
Woods, Miss E. ~L., Staff Nurse, Medical Department ... .. 407
Wrecks, Flotsam, Jetsam etc. .. .. .. .. .. 99
Writs of Election .. .... .. .. P. .. .. 83, 84, 85, 86


YIoung, R. S., Third Class Clerk


. .. o 3


Belize Town Board-FEemale Voters' L~ist .. .. ..
Male Voters' ~List: .. ..
Revenues of British Honduras; comparative statements of the : ..


.. 39
.. 25
I, 5, 91 13, 17, zl> 45, 49






















G;PAZf:l:4"gETT




EX~TRP:_~BAORD~INARY~)


M.P. 01191.
No. I.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 2 Janucary, 1942.

APPOINTMENTS.

His Excellency the Governor has been pleased
to make the under-mentioned appointments in
respect of the year 1942.
For convenience the ex officio Members are
also shown.
By Command-

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.

---- -`

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF CHEMISTS
AND DRUGGISTS.

(Ord. No. 17 of 1939).

The Senior Medical Officer (ex officio), Chair-
man,
Tfhe First Medical Officer, Belize,
Dr. K. Heusner, J.P.
M.P. 0571.




CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH.
(Ord. No. 23 of 1938).
The Senior Medical Officer, Chairman,
The Director of Public Works,
Dr. K. Heusner, J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
R. H. Eyles, Esquire,
B. M. A. Stuart, Esquire.
M.P. 02697.


HARBOUR ADVISORY BOARD.
(Ord. No. 39 of 1935).
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman (ex officio),
The Harbour Master (ex officio),
The Superintendent of Police (ex officio),
Captain James R. Stevens, M.C.,
H. T. Grant, Esquire,
W. H. Kieffer, Esquire.
Secretary--The Harbour Master.
M.P. 01027.


BOARD OF= AGRICULTURE.
(Ord. No. 14 of 1936).


T7he Agricultural Officer, Chairman (ex officio),
Honourable Mr. T. F. Bowman,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
H. Stansbury, Esquire.
J. R. Minty, Esquire, Controller of Imports.
Gilbert Canton, Esqluire,
Athelstan Wright, Esquire.
Secretary--Mr. R. S. Finlayson.
M.P. 03189.


__~iC~__


BOARD OF EDUCATION.
(Ord. No. 14 of 1926 and Ord. No. 38 of 1935).

His Excellency the Governor, President, (ex of-
ficio),
The Colonial Secretary (ex officio),
The Reverend M. M. O'Connor, S.J.,
The Reverend R. Cleghorn, O.B.E., J.P.,
The Reverend A. G. Burnham,
Miss E. A. Alexander,
S. N. Campbell, Esquire,
M. J. Baker, Esquire.
Secretary--The Director of Education.
M.P. 0356.





I BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


COMMITTEE OF MEDICAL REGISTRA-
TION.
(Ord. No. 26 of 1928).
The Senior Medical Officer, Chairman (ex offi-
clo)
The Attorney General,
The First Medical Officer, Belize,
Honourable Mr. H. I. Melhado, O.B.E., J.P.,
Dr. K. Heusner, J. P.
M.P 0999.



TRANSPORT BOARD.
(Ord. No. 32 of 1938).
The Director of Public Works, Chairman (ex of-
ficio),
The Superintendent of Police (ex officio),
Captain R. K. Masson, M.B.E., Superintendent,
Belize Fire Brigade,
F. R. Dragten, Esquire, O.B.IE., K.C., J.P.,
C. M. Staine, Esquire, Chairman, Belize Town
Board.
M.P. 02711.



BOARD OF FILM CENSORS.
(Ord. No. 5 of 1941).

The Superintendent of Police, Chairman,
The Director of Education,
Capt. M. S. Metzgen, Information Officer,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire. M.P. 03237.



JUBILEE PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMITTEE.
(Ord. No. 37 of 1935).
His Excellency the Governor, Chairman,
Honourable Mr. R. E. Turnbull,
Honourable Mr. A. N. Wolffsohn,
Dr. V. F. Anderson, J.P.,
Miss L. M. Roberts, M.B.E.,
The Reverend H. J. Cook,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
Mrs. W. HF. Kieffer.

Secretary--Mr. A. H. Anderson.
M.P. 03325.




OFFICIAL VISITORS--INDUSTRIAL
SCHOOL.
(Ord. No. 9 of 1939).
His Honour the Chief Justice (ex officio),
The Members of Executive Council (ex officio),
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek (ex of-
ficio),
Honourable Mr. H. T. A. Bowman,
B. Guerero, Esquire, J. P.,
C. G. Eves, Esquire.
M.P. 0311-


SUGAR CONTROL BOARD.

(Ord. No. 15 of 1933).

Honourable Mr. R. E. Turnbull, Colonial Secre^
tary, Chairman,
Honourable Mr. H. I. Melhado, O.B.E., J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,


R. H. Eyles, Esquire,
H. Stansbury, Esquire.

Secretary-Controller of Imports.


M.P. 01749,


TOURIST COMMITTEE.


Honourable Mr. T. F. Bowman, Chairman,
W. H. Kief~fer, Esquire,
Captain R. K. Masson, M.B.E.,
H. Stansbury, Esquire,
Hon. Secretary--A. H. Anderson, Esquire,
M.P. 0472.



MILITARY PENSIONS BOARD.

The Financial Secretary, Chairman,
The Senior Medical Officer,
The Reverend Rh. Cleghorn, O.B.E., J.P.,
Major L. A. Jeffery.
M.P. 0822.



SOCIAL WELFARE COMMITTEE.

The Senior Medical Officer, Chairman,
The Agricultural Officer,
The Director of Education,
The Labour Officer,

Secretary--Mr. G. T. McKesey.
M.P. 02937.




DISCHARGED PRISONERS' AID COM-
MITTEE.

The Superintendent of Prisons, Chairman,
Reverend E. P. Hiscock,
Reverend H. A. Delaney, S.J.,
The Reverend A. W. Saunders,
Julio T. Bouloy, Esqulire, J.P.,
Captain Wmn. C. Price, V.D., J.P.,
Secretary-Ahdjutant Aston Davis. MP047




COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY.
(Ord. No. 1 of 1937).

The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
Honourable Mr. A. N. Wolffsohn,
Honourable Mr. H. I. Melhado, O.B.E., J.P.
Clerk-The Treasury Superintendent.
M.P. 1363-34.

----t----

BELIZE LOAN BOARD.

S(Ord. No. 23 of 1932).

Honourable Mr. R. E. Turnbull, Chairman,
Mr. H. J. Hughes, Vice Chairman,
The Director of Public Works,
A. J. Hunter, Esquire, J.P.,
L. P. Ayuso, Esquire,
R. H. Eyles, Esquire.
Secretary--Major L. A. Jeffery.
M.P. 0268.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 3


_ L~ ~


OUTDOOR RELIEF COMMITTEE.
The Senior Medical Officer, Chairmnan,
The Superintendent of Police,
The Labour Officer,
Mrs. V. Seay, M.B.E.,
Adjutant Aston Davis.


F. W. Biddle, Esquire, O.B.E., J.P.,
F. R. Dragten, Esquire, O.B.E., K.C., J.P.,
Captain Wm. C. Price, V.D., J.P.,
J. T. Bouloy, Esquire, J.P.,
James D. Burn, Esquire, J.P.
Honourable Mr. A. Balderamos,
Honourable Mr. B. A. Melhado,
Capt. James R. Stevens, M.C., J.P.,
A. J. Hunter, Esquire, J.P.

For the Northern District:
Corozal Prison.
The District Commissioner (ex officio),
William Schofield, Esquire, J.P.,
John A. Riveroll, Esquire.

Orange Walk Prison.
The District Commissioner (ex officio),
Evan L. McGregor Arthur, Esquire, J.P.,
Miguel Urbina, Esqulre.

For the Stannl Creek District:
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek (ex of-
ficio),
Honourable Mr. H. T. A. Bowman,
B. Guerero, Esquire, J.P.,
H. A. Buller, Esquire.


For thre Toledo District:
The District Commissioner, Toledo (ex officio),
J. A. Carroll, Esquire, J.P.,
W. N. Bourne, Esquire, J.P.


For the Cayo District:
The District Commissioner, El Cayo (ex officio),
E. J. Enright, Esquire, J.P.,
A. A. Lewis, Esquire.
M.P. 03190.


Secretary--Mr. M. M. Mitchell.


M.P. 0468.


COMMITTEE FOR TH9E EXAMINATION
OF TENDERS.
The Colonial Secretary, Chairman,
The D~irectror of Surveys,
The Treasury Superintendlent.
Secretary--Senior Clerk, Secretariat.
IM.P. 01461.


BOARD OF VISITORS, LUNATIC ASYLUM.
(Ch. 48, C. L., 1924).
The Attorney General, Chairman,
The Superintendent of Police,
Captain Wm. C. Price, V.D., J.P.


OFFICIAL VISITORS TO PRISONS.
(Ch. 68, C. L., 1924).
The Chief Justice (for Belize Prison) ex officio,
The Members of Executive Council (for all Pris-
ons) ex officio.


VISITING JUSTICES TO PRISONS.
(Ch. 68, C. L., 1924).
For the Belize Prison:
The Magistrate, Belize (ex officio),


Supply Office,


No. 2.


Belize, 27 December, 1941.
MAXIMUM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation 50 (1) of the Defence Reg-
ulations, 1939 (Statutory Rules and Orders, 1939, No. 69), the Supply Officer hereby or-
ders as follows:--

TFhe Maximum Wholesale and Retail Prices Order dated 17th December, 1941, and
published in the Gazette of 20th December, 1941, is hereby amended by the deletion of
the words and figures--

MILK, CONDENSED (48s)


BLUE CROSS Brand ................... ........... $6.90 per case
MILKMAID & BETTY Brands ............... $6.90 per case
OTHER BRANDS ................ ................. $6.40 per case

and t~he substitution therefore of the words and figures--
MILK, CONDENSED (48's)
BLUE CROSS, BETTY and
MILKMAID Brands ........................... $7.35 per case
OTHER BRANDS ............... ............... $6.85 per case


15c 16c per tin
15c 16c per tin
14c 15c per tin




16c 17c per tin
15c 16c per tin


The amended prices shall be effective as from 29ih December, 1941.

A. H. ANDERSON,
Supply Officer.





4 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


N'o. 3. MI.P. 0022.

GENERAL REGISTRY,
Belize, 31st December. 1941.
MIDWIVES.
THE following names of Licenlsed Midwives,
duly registered in the Register of Mid.
wives in this office, are published for general
information.

By Order.
A. O. L;ONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


Namze Wher~e Licensed
Menzies,Gwenldolyn K. B. Belize
Miller, Lillian Orange Walk
Molina de Guerrero, Higinia Punta Gorda
Monsanto, Florine Belize
Murphy, Adriana ..,
Nicholas, Amelia Augusta Corozal
Norales, Jane .. Puntab Gorda
Palacio, Emelia Augusta Stann Creek
Pandy, Christina .. Punta Gords
Pandy, Virginia .. Belize
Parks, Malvinia .. .. ,
Patt, Mlonica .. ,
P~ick wood, Leonora .. ,
fi~lgrinri Eudora .. .. ,
4%~quena, Leonza .. .. ,
Requena, Fernandez ..Cayo
Rogers, Elizabeth .. Belize
Rubip, Deborah ,
Seay, Vivian .. .. ,
Solomon, Ada Mary .. ,
Spencer, Jane .. .. ,
Stephens, Ethlin ..
Tathum, Cherrymay ,
Thompson, Theresa ..Cayo
Trapp, Ann Elizabeth Belize
Watight, Lottie .. .. Belize
Waight, Octavia .. .. Cayo
Webster, E~tta ... Belize
White, Cileopatra ,
aWoeederd-irel .. .. ,
Young, Emily .. .. ,
Ysagnirre, Leonie Beimore ,


Name Where i
Adolphus, Claudia H. .. Belize
Adolphus, Virginia .. Belize
Anderson, Brodell O. ,
Anderson, Josephine .. ,
Antonio, Monica.. ,
Arnold, Matilda.. .. ,
Atherley, Christiana A. .. ,,
Battiste, Ida A... ,
Bell, Evelyn Irene ,
Bennett, Ida .. .. ,
Benton, Mary .. Oange
Blanco, Lottie. Belize
B3ritton, Effie W. L. Belize
Brooks, Anastacia .. .. ,
Brown, 01ga K. .. ,
Brown, Zilla .. .. ,,
Bueno, Bernaldina .. Corozal
Burrel, Clarice V7eronica Belize
Campbell, Netta
Campos de Bautista, Martina
Card, Daisy ,,
Casanova, Leonarda ,
Cattouse, Margaret ,
Clother, Vincent .. .. ,
Copeley, Henrietta .. ,
Cotterell, Alice .. ,
Dominguez, Juliana ,
DUouglas, Cecelia .,
Fisher, Pearl .. .. "
Flowers, Bernalda.. Orange .
Flowers, Henrietta Belize
Flowers, Susan.. "

'1but Mr an Sta~nn C
Garbutt, Tepeiba .... Belize
Ge rge, Mary Ann Clare "

Gongora, Catalina Acosta Orange
Gonzalez, Louisa .. Punta G
M'all, Ivy Myrtle .. .. Belize
Hamilton, Frances Punta GI
Harris, Susan B, Jize
Haylock, Estella Amanda ,
Hemmans, Elorine ,
Hyde, Cleantis .. ,
Jackson, Maggie May ,,
La Croix, Leanora .. ,
Latchman, Catherine ,
L~eslie, Ivy.. ,
Lightfoot, Sophia Punta G
~Llewellyn, Ada Icilda .. Belize
Lopez, Marcelina .. ,
Lynch, Rachael .. Corozal
Mag~ana, Luciana ,
McDonald, Mary .... Belize
McFarlane, Beatrice ,
McField, Maybell Ann ,,
MicKoy, Abigail .. ,
MlcLiverty, Ethel ,,
Meggs, Florina Fielia ,
Mejia, Caridad. .. Corozal
~Mendez, L~ucretia .. .. Orange 7


Licensed i










Walk



















Walk


M.P. oo22.
General XRegstry,
Belize, 3Ist December, 194I.


No. 4.


COMMISSIONERS OF THE SUPREME
COURT.

The following list of Commissioners of the
Supreme Court is published for general informa-
tion.
By Order.
A. O. LONGSWORTH
Registrar General.

Frederick William Biddle, Esquire, O.B.E., J.P.,
The Hon'ble Mr. Thomas Findlay Bowman,
William Alexander Jex Bowman, Esquire,

John Blfred 011o, Esquire, J.P.,
Edward John Enright, Esquire, J.P.,
Cornelio L~izarraga, Esquire,
John Henry Ross, Esquire,


Ireek



Walk
~orda

orda


M.P. 0022.
General Registry,
Behize, 3ntf December, 1941.


No. 3.


MARRIED ~WOMEN'S DEEDS.
The following: list of Commissioners for taking
the acknowledgments of deeds by IMarried Women
is published for: general information.
By Order.
A. O. LONGSWORTHN,
Registrar General.

Frederick; William Biddle, Esquire, O.B.E. J.P.,
The Hon'ble ~Mr. Thomas Finlay Bowman,
William Alexander Jex Bowrman, Esquire,
O.B.E. J.P.,
John Alfred Carroll, Esquire, J,P.,
Edward John Enright, Esquire, J.P.,
Cornelio L~izarraga, Esquire.


-orda


W~alk





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.

'HE following list of persons registered as Chemists and Druggoists on the 31st December,
1941, is published for general information in accordance with section 20 of Chapter 5 1
of the Consolidated Laws. 1924.

Byv Order.


A~. O. LONGSWORTH,

Registrar General


No. 6.


M.P. 00202.


GECNERAL REGISTRY,

Belize, 31st December 1941.


Reate n


23rd June
1931

9th July
1936

14th Mar.
1919


15th June
1926

13th June
1925

11th Aug.
1936

29th Sept.
1931

30th June
1939


6th June
1916


18th June
1931


jth Peby.
1937

18th Sept.
1933

20th April
1914

13th Nov.
1922


13th Mar.
1916


29th June
194o


12th June
1935 `


Name


Residence


Qualifications


Remarks


Certificate
dated 23.6.31

Certificate
dated 9.7.36.

Certificate
dated 28.2.19.


Certificate
dated 10.6.26

Certificate
dated 10.6.25.

Certificate
dated 28.7.36

Certificate
dated 28.9.31

Certificate
dated 10.6.26


Certificate
dated 2.6.16


Certificate
dated 18.6.31


Certificate
dated 27.1.37

Certificate
dated 10.7.33

Certificate
dated 9.4.14

Certificate
dated 30.9.22


Certificate
dated 7.2.16.


Certificate
dated 24.6.40


Certificate
dated 10.6,35


B-ennett, Hfugh Llewellyn


B8ogues, Sidney Uriah


B~rodhurst, Albert Edward



CZodd, Selvyn Arehibald


!Franklin, Robert Cecil


:Harwood, 1Elsa


fleusner, Raymond Joseph


iHyde, Percival
Augustus


Martinez, Rlomualdo
Enrique


MclDonald, Charles James



MlcField, W'illiam


Motley, Kenry Kortright


rPeyrefite, Alberto Ignatius


Sandiford. Frederick
Nathaniel


'Trapp, Philip Alexander



Trench, Lloyd Llewfellin



~Tucker. Retiben F.


Young, Normond Marlowe


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter jt of the Consolidated Laws,
1924-q

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

,, Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51, Section 4 (3) of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924.

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

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

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Ordinance No. 16 of 1908, Sea. 4 (4).

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

,,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Sec. 3 (3) of Chap. 70, Consolidated
Laws (Revised Edition).

,,Certificate of Board of Exuaminers under
Chapter SI of the Consolidated Laws,
1924.

.,Certificate of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Laws, 19274.

,,Ce tificalte of Board of Examiners under
Chapter 51 of the Consolidated Lawsa, 1924.


22nd Sep~t. Certificate
194I dated zo.6.4o






5 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Name RTesidenece qualification Date of registration


So. 7.


M.PL. oozz.


GENERAL REGOISTRY,

Belize, 31st December, 1941.


Registrar General.


.. elize 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 .. .... .... 20th N~ovember, 19)23.


HL. M.Pearee..


.. ,,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 .. .. .. .. ..


.. ,,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 .. .. .. .. ..


Benque Viejo W~as at the date of commencement of
Ordinance 20 of 1923 (1st October 1923) bona
fide engaged in this Colony in the practice of
dentistry .. .. .. ..


F. A. Pakeman





H. B3. Lind .





Jose Enrique D'Leon


21st Nove mber, 1923


4th December, 1923.


10th June, 1924.


Belize Hlolder of a certifica~t~e grantecd in a foreignl
country for thle time being recognized by thle
Committee of Medical Regpistration as fulr-
nishing a sufficient guarantee of the posrse-
sion of the requisite krnowvledgpe and sk~ill for
the efficient practice of denltistry .. .. 15th Sep~tember, 1!932.


,,Holder of a certificate granted in a foreign
country for the time being recognized by the
Committee of ~Medical Registration as furnish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the requisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .. .. 18th March, 1939.


Holder of a certificate granted in a foreign
country for the time being recog-nisedl by the
Committee of Medical Registration as furnish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the requisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .. .. .. 2gth May, 1930-


Holder of a certificate granted in a foreign
country for the time being recognized by the
Committee of 19edical Registration as furnish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the requisite knowledge and skill for the effi-
cient practice of dentistry .... .. 12th July, 1939-


Cayo H-older of a certificate from Loyola U~niversity,
for the time being recognized by the Com-
mittee of Medical Registration as furnishing
a sufficient guarantee of the possession of
the requisite know~ledge and skill for the
efficient practice of dentistry .. 22nd August, 19740.


H~omer Samuel CRrm~ichael






Wilhelm Stein ,







Enrique Miralde Navas







Wilhelm ~Mayer .


Salvador Emilio Aw\e


DENTISTS .



THE following opyg of the Dentists Register, showing the persons appearing on the Register
on the 31st December, 1941, is published in accordance with section 7 (2) of Chapter 50'
of the Consolidated Lawfs, 1924.


By Order.


A. O. LONGSWORTHF,






BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


M.P. 0022.

General Regoistry.
Belize, 31st December, 194x.


N~o. 8.


MINISTERS OF" RELIGION.

The following names of Ministers of Religion duly registered in this office are hereby published for general
information, under the provisions of section 5 of Chapter 99 of the Consolidated Laws, z924.

By Order.


A. O. LON\GSWORTH,
Registrar General.

Religiours Denominatio~n Rezsidence


Name


Designation


Alexander, Aldous C. .

Bennett, William .
B~radley, Andlrew F. .. ..
Blurnham, Alfre~d G:. .. .


Cleghorn, Robert .. ..
Coady, Daniel M. .
Cook, Herbert J., B.A. ..
Coony, Edmund J. .. ..
iCorey, Anthony H. 1 .

D~avis, Aston J. .. ..
D~elaney, Henry A. ..
'Dunn, The Most Rev.
Edward Arthur, D.D. ..

Fairweather, Gerald .


G~aney, Marion M...
Garbutt, LePopold L. .

Hanlligan, John J. .
Hick~ey, David P;. .. ..
Hiiscock, Edward P. .. ..
Hu~lse, Gilbert R., B.A. ..


Kammerer, Joseph Bernard ..
KRemper, Joseph L. .. ..
Knopp, John M/. .. ..
.Krizek, John I. .. ..
Kuenzel, Anthony R. ..


Lalin, Jose .. .. ..
'Leonard, Quirinus P. .
Lovelock, Francis Thomas

.Marin, Philip B. .. ..
M~cCormack, Robert L,. .
:Moffett, Albert Edward ..

N~ewell, John T1. .
Newell, Louis e. .. ..

~O'Connor,Very Rev. Marvin M.

;Pratt, Ven. R~onald. .4 .P., M.A.

~Ric e, The Most Rev...
William A., S.J. .

:Ruoff, John C. .
Ryan, William A. .

Saunders, Arthur W. .
Schaefer, Michael A. .
Simpson, Percy Bernard
.Soutag, Gregory B. .
Stevenson, Allan A. .



'Tully, Francis J. .. ..

Vere-Stead, John Ozanne

Wade, Joseph D.
Warren, Hugh .St. J~ohn
Percy, M.A. ..
Wilson, The Right Rev. .
Douglas ] .

Zimmrt;man, IBernard C. .


Minister


.Methodist Mission ..


e Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic ..
. Baptist ....
.Methodist Mission ..


.. Ba~ptist. .. .
e Society of Jesus .. Roman'Cbtholic .
.. .. .. ..Methodist Miission ..
e Society of Jesus Roman Catholic ..
.. .. .. .. Ditto .. .


.. Salvation Army ..
e Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic ,.

of the WestIndies .. Church of England .

.. .. .. ..Church of England .

e Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic .
.. .Seventh Day Adventist .

e Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic .
.. Ditto .. .. ..
.. .Church of England ..
.. Ditto .. .. ..


e Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic ..
.. Ditto ,. .. ..
.. Ditto .. .. ..
. Ditto .. .. ..
.. Ditto .. .. ..

lest Ditto .. .. ..
re Society of Jesus Ditto .. .. ..
Methodist Mission

set .. Roman Catholic ..
eSociety of Jesus Ditto .. .. ..
Salvation Army ..S

e Society of Jesus .. Roman Catholic ..
.. Ditto .. .. ..

.. Ditto .. .. ..


chdeacon of Belize Church of England ..

Rusicade and Vicar Roman Catholic ..


Stann Creek

Corozal
Belize
Belize

Belize
Cayo
Belize
Stann Creek
Corozal

Belize
Belize

Belize


Cayo

Punta Gorda
Belize


Orange Walk
Belize
Bielize
Stann Creek

Belize
Belize
Stann Creek
Corozal
B enque Viejo

San Roman
B elize
Belize

Stann Creek
Belize
3tann Creek


Cayo
Belize

Belize

Belize

Belize


of Belize .


e Society of Jesus
re Society of Jesus


. .o it f .
e Society of Jesus





re Society of Jesus







e Society of Jesus


Priest of th
Minister
Minister

Minister
Priest of thl
Minister
Priest of th
Ditto


Adljutant
Priest of th

Archbishop

Priest

Priest of the
Minister

Priest of th
Ditto
Priest
Ditto

Priest of th
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto

Secullar Pri
Priest of th
Minister

Secular Prie
Priest of the
Adjutant

Priest of th
Ditto

Pro, Vicar

Priest--Ar

Bishop of ~
Apostolic

Priest of th
Priest of th

Minister
Priest of th
Priest
Priest of th~
Ditto


Ditto

Priest

Priest of th

Priest
Assistant Bi
Hondura~

Priest of th


..Punta Gords
.. elize

S.Belize
..Belize
..Placentia
..Orange Walk
..San Antonio
Toledo District

..Belize

..Belize

Corozal

..Relize
..Belize



..Corozal


..Roman Catholic
..Roman Catholic

. ethodist Mission
..Roman Catholic
..Church of England
..Roman Catholic
.Ditto


..Ditto


..Church of England

Roman Catholic

..Church of England
..Church of England


..Roman Catholic





3 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.

TTHE following list of registered Mledical Practitioners whose names remained on the Register
on the 31st December, 1941, is published in accordance with section 20 of Chapter 49
of the Consolidated Laws, 1924i.
Byi Order.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.

Date of Eq:,; -r rlion~ Name Qucalification Address


_ __ I~C_ I~


Ml.P. 0022.

GENERAL REGISTRY,
Belize, 31s'r December, 1941.


Medical Officer


Belize

Belize


12th June, 1928


Anderson, Vernon
Fitzelarence


23rd December, 1937 Andreu, Jose 1Laria Tomas


Licence under the hand! and seal of the
Governor in accordance with section 10
of Chapter 49 of the Consolidated Laws,
1924
Assistant MIedical Officer

Senior Medical Officer
Medical Officer

Licenlce under the hand and sealof the
Officer Administeringa the Government
in accordance with section 10 of Chapter
49 of the Consolidated L~aws, 1924.
L~icence under the hand and seal of the
Officer Aldministeringo the Government
in accordance with section t0 of Chapter
493 of the Consolidated Lawrs, 1924-
Medical Officer

Licence under the hand and seal of the
Governor dated 25th June 1896
Licence under the hand and seal of the
Offfeer Administering the Government
in accordance with section 10 of Chapter
49 of the Consolidated TLaws, 1924
Medical Officer
Medical Officer
Medical Officer

Licence under the hanld aLnd seal of the
Governor in accordance w\ithl section to;
of Chapter 49 o~f thle Consolidated Laws,
1924


3Ist Mayi, 1938

30th March, 1937
28th Augbust, 1935

?Tst October, r937



Ioth June, 1937



22nd May, 1926

3rd July, 1806


24th July, 1937


Clarkie, Percival Eglerton
McIntosh

Cheverton, Reginald ~Leslie

Degazon, Dennis William
Alexander

Dingwall, Harold N~iclolas



Friedman, Leo



George, Wiliam Ayrton
Stratheern
Heusner, Kanrl

Parham, Victor A4lbert


Orangoe Walk;

B3elize
Belize

Belize



Belize




Cays

Belize

Belize



Corozal
Punta Gords.
Stann Creeki
B~elize


11th February, 192"5 Patterson, Thomas


13th March, 1937
8th October, 1935

I3th M~ay, 1940


Rassim, Hamdi Suad

Ratm, Labhaya Mlilhotra
O'Owynn, John C.


M.P'. oo22.


No. To.


GE~NERAL REGISTRY,
B~elize, 31st December, 1941.

OPTOMETRY PRACTITIONERS.

TH-E follow-ing copy of the Regoister of Optometry; Practitioners is published in accordance
With section 4 (2) of Ordinance No. 14 of 1927.
Ev Order.

A. O. LONG=SWORTH,
Registrar Genzeral.


Identification


uamne


Address


Date of
Registration


Clark~e, Hubert A.


Belize


Holder of a certificate of the Philadel-
phia Optical College of Pennsylvania.
U.S.A4., w-hich certificate the Committee of
~Medical Registration recognise as funmish-
ing a sufficient guarantee of the posses
sion olf the requisite knowledge and skrill
for the efticient nrnctice of Ontometry rl


Trth nna ran7




















GOVERNMENT



GAZETTE


BRITISH HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTH-ORITY.

No. 2 BELIZE, 3rd JANUARY, 1L942 Page 9


M.P. ol223.
Colonial Secretary's Office'
Belize, zoth Decembner, 1941.
TENDERS FOR ASPHAL~TIC BITUM1EN
ROAD EMVULSIONS.
TIenders are invited for the supply of
Asphaltic Bitumen Road Emnulsionls.
The approximate quantities that will be re-
quired are as follows: .
(a) 400 drums of Asphaltic Bitumnen Road
Emulsion to comply with the requirements
of British Standard Specification No. 434;
(b) 600 drums of Asphaltic Bitumen Road
Emulsion generally similar to the above
except that it should be suitable for use
with aggregates containing earth and
similar impurities.
One-half of the above quantities should be
delivered at Belize not later than the 16th of
February, 1942, and the r-emainder by the 3Ist
March, I942'
Firms submitting tenders should gie full
technical details and characteristics of any pro-
prietory product which meets the requirements
of the above materials stating in particular the
viscosity of the em~ulsion.


it is hereby notified, for general information,
that in accordance with Regulation 23 (3) of the
Distr-ict Town Boards (Registration of Voters and
Elections) Regulations, 1939 (Statutory Rule and
Order No. 33 of 1939), the Returning Officer has
declared Mr. Gervasio Jerome Norales to have
been duly elected to the Stann Cr-eek Town
Bo rd which will come into office on Ist January,


No. 12.


M.P. 02550.


Belize, 29th Decemnber, 1941.

STANN CREEK TOWN BOARD.
Pursuant to the proviisions of section 4 of the
District Town Boards Ordinance, 1938 (No. 24
of 1938), His Excellency the Governor has ap-
po:nted the under-mentioned persons to be mem-
bers of the Stann Creek Town .Board with ef-
fect frIom 1st January, 1942:
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek (ex-
officio),
The Medical Officer, Stann Creek,
The Honourable Mr. H. T. A. Bowman,


Prices quoted should be c.i.f., Belize, dt r .A ulr
free.


The lowest or any tender will not necessarily
be accepted.
Tenders marked "Asphaltic Bitumnen Road
Emulsions" will be received at: the Colonial
Secretary's Office not later than noon on Friday
9th January, 1942.


No. 13.


M.P. 02550.


Belize, 29th2 Decemzber, 1941.

STANN CREEK TOWN BOARD.
His Excellency the Governor has appointed
the under-mentioned persons to be members of
the Stann Creek Town Board, in accordance with
Regulation No. 24 of the District Town Boards:
(Registration of Voters and Elections) Regula-
tions, 1939 (Statutory Rule and Order No. 33 of
1939), with effect from 1st January, 1942:-
Mr. J. J. Hohl,
Mr. J. A. Burns.


No. II.


M.P. 02550.


Belize, 29th December, 1941.
STANN CREEK TOWN BOARD.
Election, 1941.
With reference to Notice No. 681 published'
in Ware~Ptt NO, 59 of the 15th November, 1941,





Io BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Belize, 3rd Janutary, 1942.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.
The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and Or-
der is published with this issue of the Gazette
and forms part thereof:- ,
No. 1 of 1942--The Control of Traffic at
Ports Order, 1942.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL'
Colonial Secretary.




No. 15. M.P. 03I94

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 3othz Decembeor, 194I

DEATH OF HAROLD VELASQUEZ.

His Excellency the Governor announ-
ces with deep regret the receipt of a tel-
egram from the Secretary of State for
the Colonies informing him of the death
of Harold Velasquez, of Stann Creek, a
member of the British Honduras
Forestry Unit.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


M.P. 03125. (


ORANGE WALK TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)
The District Commissioner, Northern District,
Chairman (ex: officio),
The Medical Officer-, Orange Walk,
E. L. MicGregoor Ar;Zhur, Esquire, J.P.,
Miguel Urbina, Esquire,
A4. Alyuso, Esquire,
G. V. Smith, Esquire.
nALP. oill7-

MULLINS RIVER TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)
The District Commissioner, Stann Creek, Ch~air-
man (ex o~fficio) ,
The Medical Officer, Stann Creekr,
HI-ldebrandt- Bruhier, Esqutire,
Pedro Salvador, Esqjuire,
I. L,. Teach, Esqurire. AP l6



PUNTA G ORDA TOWN B13OARD).

(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)
Th~e District Comlmissioner, Toledo, Chairman
(ex ofificio),
The Medical Offic~er, Toledo,
Hon. Mr. S. B. Vernon,
J. A. Carroll, Esqluire, J.P.,
M. Avilez, Esqluire,
Wm. N. Bourne, Esquire, J.P.,
D. S. Wiltsh~ire, Esquire,
B. R. Avilez, Esquire.
M.P. o337


MONKEY RIVER TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)
The Dist~rict Commis~sioner, -Toledo, Chairmlan
(e~x officio) ,
Thie Medical Officer, Toledo,
E. H. Wills, Esquire, J.P.,
G. Mlore, 'Esquire,
H. Ferguson, Esquire.
M.P. 0337-


CAYO TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)


N~o. 14.


No. 16.


M~.P. ollgI.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 3rd Januarvy,. 1942.

APPOINTMENTS.
His E~xcellency the Governor has been pleased
to make the under-mentioned appointments in
respect of Tow-n Bo~ards in the out-districts
until further notice.
F~or convenience the ex officio members are
also sh~own.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL~,
Colonial Secreta~ry.


COROZIAL TOWN BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)
The District Commissioner, Northern District,
Chairman (ex officio),
The Medical Officer, Corozal,
C. L~izarraga., Esquire,
L. F. Ramirez, Esquire,
J. A. Riveroll, Esquire,
Apolonio Vasquez, Esquire,
W~illiam Schofield, E~squire, J.P.
M.P. onl7.


TIhe District Conunissioner,
(ex officio),
ITe M~edical Officer, Cayo,
A. A. L~ewis, Esquir-e,
W. Wi. Young, Esquire,
.J. A. M\Iassiah, Esquire,
E. J. Enright, Esquire, J.P.
Daniel Habet, Esquire.


Cayo, Chairmanl







M.P. 0964j.


BENQUrE VIEJO TOWN ]BOARD.
(Ord. No. 24 of 1938)


Th-e District Commissioner,
(er officioo,
/The M~iedical Off~icer, Cayio,
The Alcalde, Benque Viejo,
Miguel Hegar, Esquire,
Dn. E. Colemlan, Esquire,
Man Guerra Esqu~I L~ U) ire.LIIC
A. F'. Colernan,.Esquire.


Cayo, Chairman


1\M.P. og641.





BRITISH -HO)NDURAPS liAIZ.TTE i'


District Commr~issionzer's Office,
Corozal, 9th Decemzber, 1941.
LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the Northern Distr:ct as Licens-
ing Magistrates and to all others to whom it may
concern:

TAKE Meeting for the Northern District will be held in
the District Commissioner's Court Room at Coro-
zal at 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Monday the
12th day of January, 1942, to take into con-
siderati~on applications for licences under and by
virtue of Chapter 126 of the Consolidated Laws,
.1924.

By Order.
E. O. B. BARROW,
District Comzmissioner, Northern District. i


LYI*~IIYIP*VISl~li~Ir-LIP~-XmP-~IL~PL~


No.6 19,


Forest Office;r-:;i
BIelizei 3rcd7amid-ay, I 942.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.


The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 12 of the For-
est Rules, 1939, in order to give any person an
opportunity of making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
will be considered unless it is lodged at the For-
est Office (addressed to the Conservator of For-
ests and not to any forest officer by name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
Gazette in which the advertisement of the appli-
cation first appears.

By Order.

NEIL S. STEVENSON,
Conservator of Forests.



First Publication--

JSOHN J. HOHL:-- Stann Creek District.
Bounded on the south by Black Creek, on the
east by part of the east boundary line of Grants
Works Reserve and its continuation south to
meet Black Creek, on the north by part of the
north boundary line of Grants Works Reserve,
and on thle west by the west boundary line of
Grants Works Reserve.


No. 17.


M.P. 01676.


Public Works Department,
Belize, 31st December, 1941.

SALE OF PIPESHTANK.
With reference to Notice No. 445 of the 31st
July, 19,41, it is hereby notified for general in-
formation that the sale of pipeshank by this de-
partmlent will be discontinued until further notice.

By Order.

THEOD)ORE L. BOWRING,
Director of Public Works.


Pine


5,000 maximum.


No. 20.


Survey Department,


Belitze, 3rd January, 1942.

tLAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
o~f making any representations to this office in
relation to an 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 appli-
cants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Director of Survey~s.
----it---

BO LASSe.
** July 7, 1941--GUMERSINDO WIXTZIL--
Corozal District, situate in the Village of Con-
sejo Lot No. 54
**Dec. 3, 1941--ELIJIO CASTILLO Stann
Creek District, situate in thetown of StannCreek
Lot No. 7L44
Dec. 8, 1941--VERONICA CALIZ-Stana
Creek District, situate in the Town of of Stann
Creek, being lot formerly leased to applicant
Lot No. 396
Dec. 8, 1941-HENRY BURDENN LIVING-
STON---Cayo District, siturate, in the town of


No. 18.
The Treasucry,
Belize, 3rd Janualry, 1942.

NOTICE.
INCOME TYAX.

Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind-
ed that they are required to file returns of their
:incomes in respect of the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should
.be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-j
.ury) not later than the 31st Maarch, 1942.
3. In the case of any person carrying ort busi- i
ness, a certified copy of the Pr~ofit & Loss Ac-j
count and Balance Sheet should accompany the
return-

4. All returns, &c., should be sent under Con-
f:clential Cosver to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
.ury), Belize, or to the District Commissioner in
an out-district, from whom the necessary forms
;can be obtained on application,
5. Failure to file returns within the time pre-
scribed by Taw will render taxpayers liable to
ptosecution swithout further warning-

By Order.

R. E. TURNBUELL'
Income Tax Commissioner.








Benque Viejo, being lot formerly leased to Maria 300 acres
Ponce: Lot No. 309 **Dec. 15, 1941--DAVID WILTON- ~Toledo
Dec. 10, 1941--EULALIO ARANA--Tole- District, situate on the right ascending the Punta
do District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda, Giorda-Columbia Road, North by land applied
being lot formerly leased to Concepeionn Herera for by Jessie Parham, East by Crown land, South
Lot No. 367 by Crown land, West by the Columbia Road
**Dec. 15, 1941-LOUIS I. CASTRO--Toledol 20 acres
District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda Dec. 16, 1941-PAULA VELASQUEZ--
Lots Nos. 271 and 407 Belize District, situate on the western side of the
**Dec. 15, 1941--FLORENTINO' ITZA, JR.- ;Belize-Corozal road, North by Road Reserve and
Cayo District, situate in the Village of -Socco hs lands leased to Htubert Bucknor and Eulalio Al-
Lot No. 139B dana, East by the Belize-Corozal road, South by
*** Dec. 15, 1941--AMBROZINE MvcNAB- !land applied for by Apolinario Aldana, West by
Toledo District, situate west of Punta Gorda a swamp 9a. Ir. 34p.
town 3r. 22p. Dec. 16, 1941--APOINAhRIO ALDANA--
Belize District, situate on the western side of
---------~------ Y---- ~ the Belize-Corozal road, North by land applied
for by Paula Velasquez, East by the Belize-Coro-
VO Purchase. zal road and by plot of the Corporate Body of
the Roman Catholic Church, South by land leas-
**Nov. 29, 1941--THOMAS A. PANTON- e=d to Mrs. V. Soberanis, West by a swamp
Stann Creek District, situate on the S~ann Creek 8a. Ir. 6p..
Valley Road at 19 M:1les, North by the Stannl *Dec. 16, 1941--MOSES NATHANIEL SCO-
Creek Valley Road, East by Billy Barqu-,dlier BIE-Bnelize District, situate in the Santana Re-
Creek and land occupied by. W. A. Robertson, serve atF 34 miles, North by land leased to M.
South by Bill Barquedier Creek and Crown land, E. Taylor-, East by Crown land, South by land
Wes byCron lnd ormrlyoccpie byIg-occupied by R. L. Pratt, West by the Belize-
naciab Garrckk latd 19 Mirles (Rauiway miege). Coroza road; being the portion of land held on
15 acres lease by applicant 10 acres
**Nov. 29, 1941--EULALIA ARANsA--Toledol **Dec. 18, 1941--WILLIAM F. FLOWERS--
Disitict, situate on the right ascending Temash Belize District, situate at Peccary Hills, Manatee,
River, North by Crown land, East by land occu-j North by land leased to Silvanus Goff, East by
pied by Aparicio Marin and Fabiana Nicholas,i land leased to R. H-. Panton and S. Garbutt,
South by land occupied by Jeremiah Baily form- South by land approved to Margaret Danielson,
erly J. Mason, West by land occupied by Canuto West by Crown land; beidg land now beld on
Zuniga 5 acres lease by applicant 4 acres
Dec. 2, 1941--EVANGELISTA MARTIN-- *** Dec. 20, 1941--VIOLET H-UNTEjR-Tole-
Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Re- do District, situate on the right ascending the
serve; being block formerly leased to Sebastiana Punta Gord~a-San Antonio Road, North by Crown
Lino Block No. 421, 5 acres land, East by land applied for by David Supaul,
**Dec. 5, 1941--ANGE;INA CARDONA- ISouth by the Punta Gorda-San Antonio Road.
Stann Creek District, situate in the Car-ib Re- West by land applied for by Ger-ald Gillett; be-
serve; being block No. 513 formerly leased to ing land formerly applied for by Cecilio Cruz
?Thomas Castillo 5 acres 20 acres
Dec. 10, 1941--JOSE CRUZ DUBON-To- **~Dec. 23, 1941-3JAMES M6DO)NALD--Cor-
ledo District, situate on the right ascend:ng Col- ozal D:strict. situate north-west of the Corozal-
umbia Branch, North by Crown land, East by ConsejoRoad in the vicinity of the 5-Mile post,
Crown land, South by land applied for by M./ North by Crown land, East by Crown land and
Cardenas and E. Bartolo, West by land of Do-i land of Baltazar Santos. South by land of Jose
mingo Requena 20 acres' M. Carrillo, West by Crown land 15 acres
Dec. 12, 1941--LINO CHAVARRIA--Tole-i
do District, situate on the left illtscending Rio'
Grande above Big Falls, North by Crown land, Fr8Fe at
East by land applied for by Julio Martinez, South *** Nov. 14, 1941--SISTO MOH--Cayo Dis-
by Road Reserve and Topco lands, West by Road trict, situate 2-! miles south-east of Benque Viejo
Reserve and land applied for by Marcos Romero town, North by block No. 717, East by block
209 acres No. 716, South by blocks Nos. 719 and 720, West
r**Dec. 12, 1941--ETHEL JOHNSON--Stann by the western portion of block No. 718; being
Creek District, situate on the Stann Creek Valley the south-east portion of block No. 718 20 acres
Road at 169 Miles, North by land held on Loca-
tion Ticket by applicant, East by land occupiedl Dec. 19, 1941--4YLVAN CATARINO SA-
by A. E. Bowman, South by Crown land and by BAI -Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib-
land applied for by E. Cruz, West by Crown land Reserve; being blocks Nos. 236 and 237
10 acres 10 acres:
Dec: 13, 1941--LUCINDA REBECCA *'**Dec. 22, 1941--ROCHES MARIN~tann
PRATT--Belize District, situate on the east side Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-
of the Belize-Corozal road at about 37r miles, ing block No. 534 5 acres
North by Crown land, East by Crown land,
South by land approved to C. A. Pine, West by """"""
the road; being land formerly granted to Forbes
Neal 5 acres @ancePBlationB-LeaSOS.
Dec. 15, 1941--MATTHEW SPENCER--
Belize District, situate on the right ascending Bel- M.P. S.G. 0644--TOMASA OR'TIZ--Toledo
ize River near the junction with Black Creek in District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda. Lot
the Black Creek Reserve, North by Black Creek, N~o. 260. For non-payment of rent.
East by Black Creek, South by the Bevlize River M.P. S.G. 0860--NICOMEDES R. CAS-
and land occupied by Emmanuel Baptist, West TILLO--Toledo District, situate in the Village
by land leased to William Flowers and Crown of Bar~ranco. Lot No. 97. For non-payment of
land; being land now held on lease by applicant rent.


BRITISH- HONDURAS GAZETTE
















GAZETTE


EX~TRAO RD>INARY

BRITIISH HBONDURABnS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 3 BIELIZE, 9th JANUARY, 1942 Page 13

Nito. 21. M.P. 03343.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 9th January, I 942.
DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR.

It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor, J. A. Hunter, Esquire, C.M.G.,
has this day lef5 the Colony on leave of absence.


N1o. 22. M.P. 03343.

4 i Belize, 9th January, 1942.
STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and Order is pub~l~hed with this issue of the
Gazette and forms part thereof:-
No. 2 of 1942--Proclamation. Assumption of the Administration of the Gov-
ernment by the Honourable Mr. R. E. Turnbull, Coloniali Secretary.


No. 23. M.P. 0966.
Belize, 9th January, 1942.
APPOINTMENT.

WOLFFSOHN, Hon. Mr. A. N., to act as Colonial Secretary and Financial Secretary
with effect from 9th January, 1942.

By Command.
A. WOLFFSOHN,





































No. 4 BELIZE, 10th JANUARY, 1942 Page 15


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 10th2 january, I 942.

NEW YEAR'S HONOURS.
It is hereby notified that His Majes:y The
KING has been graciously pleased to approve
the under-mentioned appointments:-
The Honourable Mr. Neil Stewart Stevenson,
Conservator of Forests, to be an Officer of
the Most Excellent Order of the British Em-
pire (Civil Division).
Mr. Arthur John Wakefield, Inspector Gen-
eral of Agriculture in the West Indies, to be
Companion of the Most Distinguished Order
of St. Michael and St. George.

By Command.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Actinlg Colonrial Secretary'


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 10thr January, 1942.

The following particulars relating to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published
~For general information.

By Command.
A. WOLFFSOHN'
Acting Colonial Secretary-


No. 24.


M.P. 0005. 1 No. 26.


M.P. 0151.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 10th Januarry, 1942.

PUBLIC OFFICERS' GUARANTEE FUND.

With reference to Notice No. 20 of the 6thr
January, 19-40, it is hereby notified for purposes
lof record, that under the pr9owronl of Chapter
10 of the Consolidated Laws, 19'24, His Excel-
lency the Governoreha$ determined that the
amount of security of the under-mentioned of-
ficer shall be as follows:--
Medical Department.
Health Service Staff.
Sanitary Inspector in charge of
stores ........... ............. 51,500.


No. 27.
Belize, 10th Janluary, 1942.

NOTICE TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

The attention of His Excellency the Governor
has been directed to the fact that in many in-
stances the provisions of the Friendly Societies
Ordinance -Chapter 141 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924t-are not being complied with by such
societies.

In future, where the provisions of the Ordi-
nance are not strictly complied with in the pre-
scribed time, the power given in the Ordinance
to compel compliance will be enforced without
further communication to the delinquent society.

Copies of the Friendly Societies Ordinance


No. 25.


M.P. 01648.


APPOINTMENT.


BUSBY, G. S., Sulrveyor, to act as Director of may be obtained at the Government Printing Of-
igyvyyg with effect from 9th January, 1942. fice for twenty-five cents each.


GOVERWNMIENT



GAZ~E'TTE





16 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rules and~ Or-
ders are published with this issue of the Gazette
and form part thereof : _

No. 3 of 1942--The Defence (Finance) (A-
mendment) Regulations, 1942. M.P. E.C. 20.

No. 4 of 1942--Proclaiming that war with
Bulgaria has broken out. M.P. 02645-

By Command.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


No. 29.


__ I


The Treasury,
B3elize, 3rd January, 1942.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.

Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind-
ed that they are required to file returns of their
incomes in respect of the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.


No. 28.


Forest Office,
Belize, 10th lanuary, 1942.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.
The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 12 of the For-
est Rules, 1939, in order to give any person an
opportunity of making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
w~ill be considered unless it is lodged at the For-
est Office (addressed to the Conservator of For-
ests and not to any forest officer by name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
Gazette in which the advertisement of the appli-
cation first appears.

By Order.

NEIL S. STEVENSON,
Conservator of Forests.


Belize, 10tht January, 1942.


M.P. 01676. Second Publication--


Public Works Department, JOHN J. HOHL:-- Stann Creek District.
Belize, 31st December, 1941. Bounded on the south by Black Creek, on the
east by part of the east boundary line of Grants
Works Reserve and its continuation south to-
SALEOF PPESHNK.meet Black Creek, on the north by part of the
With reference to Notice No. 445 of the 31st north boundary line of Grants Works Reserve,
July, 1941, it is hereby notified for general in- and on the west by the west boundary line of
formation that the sale of pipeshank by this de- Grants Works Reserve.
apartment will be discontinued until further notice.; Pine 5,000 maximum.
Od~,


By r er.


THEODORE L. BOWRINTG,
Director of Pu~blic Wor~ks.


Edn. 1/42.,


Education Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1942.

TEACHERS' AND PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1942.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1942, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, the 5th, 6th and 7th May, 1942,
at B~elize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta Gorda
if there are sufficient candidates at these places.


2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should 2. Applications for entry must be made on
be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch (Treas- form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
ury) not later than the 31st March, 1942. 6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and must
eachz the Education Office not later than the
3. In the case of any person carrying on bust- 31st Marc~h, 1942. As after this date no entry
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac- will be received, intending candidates should send
count and Balance Sheet should accompany the in their entries, duly completed and signed, as
return. early as possible so as to allow for possible de-
4. .All returns, &c., should be sent under Con- lay in the mail.
fidential Cover to the Income Tax Branch (Treas- 3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-
ury), Belize, or to the District Commissioner in minded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
an out-district, from whom the necessary forms the examination involves his or her dismissal.
can be obtained on application.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded that


time pre- no pupil teacher can be engaged who has not
liable to passed at least the First Year Pupil Teachers'
Examination.

By Order.

L, B. E. CARMAN,
sioner. Director of Educatigy,


5. Failure to file returns within the
scribed by law will render taxpayers
prosecution without further warning.

By Order.
R. E. TURNBULI
Income Tax CommisJ






C


*D~ec. 12, 1941--ETHEL JOHNSON--Stana
Creek District, situate on the Stann Creek Valley
Road at 169 Miles, North by land held on Loca-
tion T:cket by app'icant, East by land occupied
by A. E. Bowman, South by Crown land arid by
land applied for by E. Cruz, West by Crown land
10 acres
a Dec. 15, 1941 DAVID WILTON--Toledo
District, situate on the right ascending the Punta
Gorda-Columbia Road, North by land applied
for by Jessie Parham, East by Crown land, South
by Crown land, West by the Columbia Road
20 acres
e Dec. 18, 1941--WILLIAM F. FLOWERS--
Belize District, situate at Peccary Hills, Manatee,
North by land leased to Silvanus Goff, East by
land leased to R. H. Panton and S. Garbutt,
South by land approved to Margaret Danielson,
West by Crown land; being land now held on
lease by applicant 4 acres
** Dec. 20, 1941--VIOLET HUNTER--Tole-
do District, situate on the right ascending the
Puznta Gorda-San Antonio Road, North by Crown
land, East by land applied for by David Supaul,
South by the Punta Gorda-San Antonio Road,
West by land applied for by Gerald Gillett; be-
ing land formerly applied for by Cecillo Cruz
20 acres

'Dec. 23, 1941--JAMES McDONALD--Cor-
ozal District, situate north-west of the Corozal-
ConsejoRoad in the vicinity of the 5-Mile post,
North by Crown land, East by Crown land and
land of Baltazar Santos, South by land of Jose
M. Carrillo, West by Crown land 15 acres
*** Jan. 5, 1942--ESTEVAN DOMINGUEZ--
Belize District, s:tuate near the Belize-Cor~ozal
Road at 38 Miles, North by Crown land, East
by Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
land occupied by J. N. Domingo 10 acres


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 30.


Survey Department.
Belize, 10th lTanuary, 1942.


** N'ov. 14, 1941--SISTO MOH--Cayo Dis-
--- ---------------------- /trict, situate 2t miles south-east of Benque Viejo
Town, North by block No. 717, East by block
TO Purchase, No. 716, South by blocks Nos. 719 and 720, West
Sby the western portion of block No. 718; being
*** Oct. 31, 1941--JAMES FORD--Cayo Dis- the south-east portion of block No. 718 20 acres
trict, situate on the left ascending the Western i*** Dec. 22, 1941--ROCHES MARIN--Stann
Branch, Belize River, North by the northern por- Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-
tion of block No. 187, East by block No. 179, ing: block No. 534 5 acres
South by the southern portion of block No. 187, ,
WVest by the Cayo-Benque Viejo Road; being the
central portion of block No. 187 24 acres
*Nov. 29, 1941--THOMAS A. PANTON- C R-lainl.eSS
Stann Crekdk District, situate on the Stann Creek
Valley Road at 19' Miles, North by the Stanni M.P. S.G. 371-29--EUSTAQUlO BARDAL-
Creek Valley Road, East by Billy Barquedier/ ES-T~oledo District, situate on the left ascend-
Creek and land occupied by W. A. Robertson, ing Rio Grande. 30 acres. For non-payment of
South by Bill Barquedier Creek and Crown land, rent.
West by Crown land formerly occupied by Ig-j
nacia Garrickks at 19 Miles (Railway mileage). -
15 acres/
*Nov. 29, 1 941--EULALIA ARANA--Toledo CaWCslla tions-Location Ticket~s.
District, situate on the right ascending Temashi
River, North by Crown land, East by land occu- M.P. S.G. 0377--FELIX DE JESUS SAR-
pled by Aparicio Marin and Fabiana Nicholas, MIENTO--Stann Creek District, situate at North
South by land occupied by Jeremiah Baily form-I Stann Creek. 8 acres. For non-payment of the
erly J. Mason, West by land occupied by Canuto 7th and 8th instalments.
Zuniga 5 acres
*Dec. 5, 1941 -ANGELINA CARDONA-- M.P. D.S. 4183--HENRY VANSEN--Tole-
Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Re- dto District, situate on the left ascending Monkey
serve; being block No. 513 formerly leased to River. 20 acres. At the request of the daughter
Thomas Castillo 5 acres of the deceased settler.


LAND APPLICATIONS.

'APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
Cands arie 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 appli-
cants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

G. S. BUSBY,
Acting Director of Sur~veys.
----- ---

TO Les..OS*

July 7, 1941--GUMERSINDO WIXTZIL-
Corozal District, situate in the Village of Con-
sejo Lot No. 54
*D9ec. 3, 1941-ELIJIO CASTILLO Stann
Creek District, situate in thetown of Stann Creek
Lot No. 744
*Dec. 15, 1941--LOUIS I. CASTROiToledo
District, situate in the town of Punta Gorda
Lots Nos. 271 and 407
Dec. 15, I194-FLORENTINO ITZA, JR.-
Cayo District, situate in the Village of Soccoths
Lot No. 139B
** Dec. 15, 1941--AMBROZINE McNAB -
Toledo District, situate west of Pu~nta Gorda
town 3r. 22p.
*** Jan. 3, 19412--AMY GREY-WILSON--Bel-
ize District, situate at Half Moon Cay; being lot
formerly leased to Vyvyan Grey-Wilson
Lot No. 18
6a. 3r. Op.


For a Free Grant.






I8 BRITISH HONDURAS GABTTSE



No- 3I.


1, ALFRED OWEN LONGSWORTH, Registrar General for the Colony pur-
suant to the provisions of Regulation 8 (2) of the Schedule to the Electoral Qualifi-
cations and Reguilations Ordinance, 1935 (No. 14 of 1935) as amended by the Electoral
Qualifications and Regulations (Amendment) Ordinance, 1935 (No. 19 of 1935) and the
Electoral Qualifications and Regulations (Amendment) Ordinance, 1937 (No. 5 of 1937)
and the British Honduras Constitution and Electoral Qualifications and Regulations
(Amendment) Ordinance, 1938 (No. 21 of 1938) hereby publish the list of voters for the
Western, Northern, Stann Creek and Toledo Electoral Divisions.


Dated at Belize this fifth day of January, 1942.


A. O. LONGSWORTH,

Registrar General.

----+---


WESTERN ELECTORAL DIVISION.


Date of Surname and Christian Name Claim
No. Registra- or Names in full Residence Qu~akzfication allowed or
lion disallowed


Adle, Angel .. .. ..
Adolphus, Thomas .
Andrews, George .
Armstrong, W~illia~m .
Ainold, W~ilfred .. ..
Arnold, E~rwi .. .
August, Daniel .. .
August, Emelio .. ..
August, Georgiana ..
Ayala, Franciso .
Arnoux, Antonio Awe ..
Awe, Salvador Emelio ..
Awe, Rafael .. .. ..
Baird, Seymour .. ..
Broaster, Norman Egbert ..
Brooks, Benjamin Webard ..
Brown, Charles Theophilus .


Burns, Alfred Cecil .
Burns, Caroline Carmella ..
Burns, Charles Edward William
Castellanos, Crispin .
Castellanos, Manuel .
Chief, John ..
Chue, Cenlobia .. .
Colemah, Aliff .. .
Coleman, Denton Escott .
Codd, Albeit Edward .. .
Crttz, Domingo .. .. ..
Daly, Linus Uriah .. ..
Enright, Edward John .
Espat, Abdala ..
Espat, David Sr. .. ..
Esp~at, David Jr. .. ..
Espat, Eduardo .. ..
Espat, John .. .. ..
Espat, Julio .. .. ..
Espat, L~ouis .. .. ..
Espat, Miguel .. .. ..
Fairweather, Gerald James
Fairweather, Harold Austin .
I !@"**1. Manuel .
Figneroa, Antonio .. ..
Flowers, James Alexander..
Ford, James .. .. ..
Franklin, Albert .
Fuente, Candelario de L~a, Sr.
Galvez, Alfonse .
Galvez, Matnuel .. ..
Galvez, Victor .. .
Gardiner, Henry Doddridge W.
Gayle, David .. .. ..
~George, W~illiamn Ayrton S..
Grant, Charles Octavius .
Gray, Patrick Nathaniel ..
Grif fith, Gerald Gordon ..
Gu'errta, Mianitel P. .. ..
Guerra, Pablo .. ..
Guerra, Pedro .. .
Guetra, Rafael .


Cayo .. ..
Benqure Viejo
Duck kun,
Baldg 1Pot ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Santa Ele~na ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Bengtxe V'iejo
Cayo ...
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .
Brownsville,
Cayo-Bequee
Vieja Road
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Santa Elena ..
Soccatz ..
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Cloudio's Bank
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo.. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Duck Run ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Cayo ..
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Caya .
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .. .
Cayo .. ..
Ca~yo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Benque Viejo
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Beiwque Vriejo


Ownership ..
.. Income .
Income .
In~come .. ..
Incom ..
Income &r Rental .
Income .
Ownership & Income
O ownership .. ..
Ownership &r Income
Income & Rental ..
Ificome .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Ownership .. ..
Income .


Ownership .
Ownership .
Income .
Ownership & Income
Income &r Rental .~.
Ownership &~ Income
Ownership &r Income
Income .. ..
Ownership &r Income
Income &t Rental ..
Income .. ..
Ownership &i Income
Ownership &r Income
Income .. ..
Ownership &r Income
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Incerne .. ..
Income .....
Income ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
lucatna &r Rental
Ownership &r Income
Intoene ..
In come .. .
Incorne &r Rental .
Income &r Renital ..
Ownership .. ..
Income .. .
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income &r Rental .
Ownership & Incomue
Income .
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Ownership &r Incore
Inchitne .. .
-O.m-erslip & 'Income
;Ownership &g Income


Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed


Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed


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29.10.41
22.10.41
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5rz2-41
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P9.Io.41
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:BRITI'SH HONDURAS GAZETTE. rg




Date of Surname and Christianz Namae Claim
No. ~ Registra- or Names in full 1Residenlce uaJuu. alloweed or
tiolii" disallowed


NORTHERN ELECTORAL DIVISION.


Dat~e of Surnamre and Chkristian Name Clarm
No.' Regish~a- or Names in full Residenes Qualificaction allowed or
tion disalloweed


62
63
64
65 .

67
68
69 :
go ;

72 i
73 :
74
75
70
77

79
81
82
83 .
84
85
be

88
89
91
92
93
94
95
g6
97
98
gg

iox
102
103 .
'o4
Io6

107
zroS

11 r
I12
rI13
114
xx5
rr6
up i
n8
ir9
I20


Guerra, Salomon .
liabet, Carlos .. .
Habet, Daniel .. .
K~egar, Eduardo .
HegaF, Elena ..
Hegar, Emelio .. .. ..
Hegar, Jorge
HIopup, Leocadio Eduardo ..
Kegar, Miguel J. .
Hope, Herbert Osmond ..
FRudson, Theodore John ..
James, Esau Atilonio .. .
Jones, John A. ,,
Jones, W'illiam N. .. ..
Lamb, Theophilus .. ..
Latiff Abdul .. .. ..
Lennan, James Alexander ..
Leon, George.. .
Lewis, Alonzo Adolphus ..
Lisbey, Laurencio .. .,
Loague, Cleveland .. ..
League, Obadiah .
.Mapp, Arthur George .. .
Massiah, Charles Thomas ..
Mgs-is~h, James Allen .
Massiah, IMarcela .. ..
iV~eighan, Owen Leopold .
Mene~a, 0 ~adi .. .. ..
M~iddleton, Percival Adolphus
Neal, Owtn Clinton .
Nelson, Hugo Sydney ..
Price, Adela ..
Pitts, Clive Borton Orstin .
Price, Mkichael S. .. ..
Pitts, Vallan Patrick Llewellyn
Rayson, Geor ge .. ..
Saldivar, Paul Ignatius .
Sabido, Augustine Gerald .
Simmons, Cyril Alden ..
Simmons, Ethel Eulanthe ...
Simnmouis Dudley '. .
Fal ido, Florentino .. ..
Sjabaa, Isaac .. .. ..
Sans, Adolp~hus
Simpson, P'ercy -
Smith, James Percivanl .
Reid, L~orenzo .. .. ..
'Tuker, E~dmondl Randolphl .
Usher, Cecil .. .. ..
W'agner, Mlartha .. ..
W'aigrht, Austin L~eopold .
Wai~ighlt. David E. ....
Waight, Edwfard .. .
W~aight, G:eorge Frederick ..
Waight, Roy .. .. ..
Waigrht, Samuel .. ..
W~aight, WTilliam .. ...
W~aight, W~illiam T'. .. .
Young, Leslie .. ...
Young, W~ilfred W~. .. .
Young, Zelma C. .. ..


Benquae Viejo
Cayo ., ..
Cayo .. ..
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Cayo .. .
Cayo .
Benque Viejo
Cayo .
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Baking Pot ..
Baking Pot ..
Baking Pot ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Benque Viejo
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cay~o .. ..
Cay-o ...
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Benque Viejo
Benque Viejo
Cayo .
Benque Viejo
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .. ,
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..
Cay~o .. .
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .
Cayo. ..
Cayo. ..
Cayo .
Never Delay .
Cayo .
Baking Pot ..
Cayo. ..
Cay~o ..
Cayo .. -..
Cayo .
Cayo .
Cayo. ..
Cayo .
Cayo. ..
Maca Bank ..
Cayo. ..
Cayo .
Cayo .
Cayo .. ..
Cayo .. ..


Ownership &r Income
Own-rship ..
Ownership & Income
Income & Rental ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .
Income &r Rental ..
Ownership & Income ~
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Ownership .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .
Income .. ..
Ownership &r Income
Income & Rental .
Income &r Rental ..
Ownership &r Income
Income &r Rental .
Income &r Rental .
Income &r Rental
Income .
Ownership .
Ownership ..
Ownership .. ..
Income .
Income .. ..
Ownership .
Income & Rental ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Ownership &t Income
Income .
Income .. ..
Income .
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Ownership & Income
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Owne ship & Income
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income ... ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. ..
Income .. .
Ownership &~ Income
Income .. ..
Ownership & Incone
Ownership. ..


Allo~wedt
AIlowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowedl
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allow-ed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowetl
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowedl
Allowedl
Allowed
Allow-ed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed .
Allowed
Allowed
Allowfed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed


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..Avilez, Severo ..
ogues, Sidney Utiah .
..Buckley, Cecil Herbert ..
..Cave, John Manning .. ..
. Gardiner, Joseph ..
.Gegg, Riichard William Napier .
..Handal, Juan Carlos ..
..Lizarraga, Alfonso Cornelio .
. Lizarraga, Cornelio .. ..
Lizarraga, Luis An~gel .
..Loza, Tiburcio .. .
..Majarrez, Ramon Alfredo ..
..Oliva, Manuel Francisco .
..Pas~os, Augusto Canute .
. Perez, Armando .. ..
.. Ramirez, John Anastacio, Jr.
S. Ramirez, Luis Felipe .. ..
.. Riveroll, Pedro Nolasco ..
. oRomero, Adolfo Vicente ...
.. Romero, Elvira. .. .


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Corozal
Corozal .
Corozal .
Corozal .
Corozal .
Corozal ..
Corozal .
Corozal .
Corozal .
Corozal .
Patchakan
Corozal ..
Corozal .,
Corozal .
Corozal .
Corozal .
Louisville
Corozal .
SCorozal ..
Corozal ..


Income .
Rental ..
Income .
Income .
Income .
Income ..
Income .
Income ..
Property
Income ..
Income .
Income ..
Property
Property
Income .
Income .
Property
Income .
Income .
Property


Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowedl
Allowed
Allowedl
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed






2o BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE





Date of Surname and Christian Name Claim
No. Registra- or Names in fildl Residence Qualification allowed or
tion disallowed



2 r 2I.I0.4 I Romero, Ruben Ricardo~ Corozal .. Income .. Allowed
22 6.12-4I Santos, Baltazar Melchor Corozal .. Income .. Allowed
23 31.I0.4I Schofield, William .. Corozal .. Property Allowed
24 6.ro.4z .. Trapp, Percival Lincoln .. Corozal.. .. Income.. ..Allowed
25 2.I0-41 .. Vasquez, Apolonio .. ..Corozal ... Property Allowed
26 30.I0.41 Vasquez, Rodolfo Corozal .. Income .. Allowed
27 -*27.r0.41 Villamor, Manuel Jesus Corozal .. Income ..- Allowed
28 6.9-4r Avilez, B enigno Gregorio Orange Walk Property Allowed
29 .- 3-9-4 I Ayuso, Francisco Munoz Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
3o 21.8-4I .. Bent, Philip Augustus ..Orange Walk .. Income ... Allowed
3r I 6.8-41 Briceno, John .. .. Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
32 3.9-4 x. Cain, Arthur Edward .. ..Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
33 25-8-4 I Campos, Nicolas .. ..Orange Walk Income .... Allowed
34 148.41 .. Cano, Honorato .Orange Walk .. Property ..Allowed
35 35.8.41 Cuello, Ignacio .... Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
36 6.g.41 .. Gideon, Percival TIhomas August Pine Ridge Income .. ..Allowed
37 *- 5-12-1 Gonzalez, Jose Augustin Orange Walk .. Property .-. Allowed
38 6.I2-41 .. G~onzalez, Leonides Orangre Walk ..Income ... Allowedl
39 3.94 I Hopun, Romulo Moises Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
40 39-41 ..Hopun, Valentin .Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
41~ 25.8.41 Jones, George Austin .. Tower Hill .. Income .. Allowed
42 25.8.41 K elvin, Alfred Gustar .. Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
43 394I Massiah, John .... Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
44 25.8.41 .. Pinks, Sidntey Allexander ..Orange Walk ..Income ... Allowed
45 3-9-41 Padron, Anatolio ..Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
46 18.9.41 .. Perdomo, Julian .Orange Walk Income ... Allowed
47 25.8.41 Ubina, Miguel .... Orange Walk Income .. Allowed
48 25.841 .. Wallen, Thomas Smith ..Orange Walk .. Property ..Allowed
49 3-94r Zetina, Vicenta Orange Walk Income .. Allowed


STANN CREEK ELECTORAL DIVISION.


Date of Surname and Christian Name Claim
No. Re~istra- or Names in full RPesidence Qualification allowed or
tion disallowed


illulil


Albert, Cruz ... Stann Creek ..
Alfred, Petrona .S. C. Valley. .
Alvarez, Estanislaus .. ..Stann Creek ..
Alvarez, Maximno ... Stann Creek .
Archer, Edward ... Stann Creek ..
Arjonilla, Nichatas .. Stann Creek .
Arjonilla, Sr., Tiburcio ..Stann Creek ..
Arnold, John. .. .. Stann Creek .
Arthurs, Albertha .. Stann Creek ..
Arthurs, Allan ..... Stann Creek ..
Augustine, Eustaqluio .. Seine Bight .
Avaloy, Eustacia .. Stann Creek ..
Avaloy, John ... Stann Creek..
Baber, William Arthur .. Sittee .. .
Bainton, Winfield Nathaniel Stann Creek ..
Baldovin, William Codd .. Stann Creek .
Belisle, Gell. Prederick .. Stann Creek ..
Belisle, Ratert Ernest .. Stann Creek ..
Benguch--, C itarino Joseph Stann Creek .
Bennett. Lester .. .. Stann Creek ..
Bennett, William .. S. C.Valley ..
Bernadez, Modesto ... Stann Creek ..
Bernardez, Benign~ ... Stann Creek ..
Bernard~ez, Josema~ria .. Stann Creek .
Billaux, Jose .. Stant Creek ..
Blanco, L~lewellyn Augustus Stann Creek ..
Bowman, Alexander Edmund Stann Creek ..
Bowman, Carrie Norma .. Stann Creek ..
Bowman, Henry Thomas A. Stann Creek ..
Bowman, William Alexander J. Stan? Creek ..
Bradely, Fenton J. .. .. Stann Creek ..
SBrambly, Martin .. S.C. Valley ..
Bright, E mlia .. Stann Creek .
Buller. Henry Agnedlas .. Stann Creek ..
Buller, K-elsie .. Stann Creek .
Burns, Ja-nes Aleuander .. Staunn Cree'r ..
Burns, Martmiliana Adele .. Stann Creek ..
Butiero, William .. Stann Creek .
Campbell, Alfred .. S.C. Valley ..
Camobell Alf red Valentine ..Stann Creek .
Canton, Winifredi .. .. Stann Cr-ck ..
Card, Wiizam C. .. .. Stann Creek ..
Carliz, PattJr-on Alauto Stann Cre?'k .
Carter, Alfred .. ... Stanrl C-eek .
Castillo, Mariaxo .. .. Staun Creek ..
Castillo, Praxides .. .. Stanu Creek ..
Castrillo, Macatio ... Staun Creek ..
Cayetano, Augustus .Stanu Creek ..
Cherrineton, William Brand Stann Creek ..
Clare, Sebastian .. .. Statm Creek ..


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Income
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Income
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Income
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Income
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Income
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Date of Surname and Christian Name Claim
No. Registra- or Names in full Residence Qalifllication allowed or
tion disallowed


Clarke, Laurel Geo. .. ..
Cook, F~elix ..
Cruz, Eduardo .. ..
Diego, Elemencio .. ..
Diego, Ignaci3 .. .
Diego, M~ariano .
Edwards, Cecil .. .
Engleton, Albert .
Evelyn, Louise .. .
F~inlayson, Mabel .. ..
Plores, Andres .. .
Flowers, Nuorman .. ..
Prancisco, Alejandro C. .
Prazer, Mary IMartha ..
Fuller, William .. ..
Gabourel, William A. .. ..
Gambon, John .
Garbutt, Alfred ..
Garbutt, Christopher .. ..
Garbutt, Edward .. ..
Garbutt, Joseph .
Garcia, Serapio .. ..
Gavilan, Valan Clinton .
Gill, Henry ..
Gonzales, Peter .. ..
Guerero, Benlito .
Guerero, Dolores Barbara .
Guerero, Martin .. ..
Guerero, Stephen Anselmo ..
Harwood, Elsa C. .. ..
Hemans, Benjamin .. ..
Hemmans, Wilfred .. ..
Henriques, Tedgar E. .
Hermandez, Pautaleon Ferro
H-errera, M4aximo .. ..
Hipolito, Isabel P. .
Hohl, G~esrge L~ouis .. ..
Hohl, John Joseph .. ..
H~ulse, Gilbert Riodwell .
K~itching, Robert Aldric.
Konishi, TIatsuyo .
K~uylen, Victor .. .
Lanbey, Cleafo .. .
Lamnbey, Lottie Ellen Mdatilda
Laurie, Johln .. .. .
L~ea, John .. .. ..
Leslie, Henry A. .. ..
Leslie, Mauritce Alfred..
Levy, L~ester Constantine ..
Lewis, Edwin .. .. ..
ILewis, Hilatio .. .. ..
Lewis, Mrs. Kurl .. ..
L~ewis, Vicente .. ..
Lino, Desidlerio Emanuel.
Lizarraga, Pedro Bartolo .
L~ocazo, Francisco .. ..
Longsworth, Mercedes ..
L~oper, Austin .. ..
Lopez, Bonifacio J. .. ..
Lopez, Egbert ..
Lopez, Isaac .. .. ..
Lopez, Patric .. .. ..
Lopez, Selvin .. .. ..
Lop~ez, Vandly Percival ..
Lunicio, Serapio .. ..
Marshall, Dudley Dodridge R.
Martin, Mary .. .. ..
Martinez, Alexandrina ..
Martinez, Ramnon N. .. ..
Mejia, David L. .. ..
Melendrez, Bernard .. ..
Melendrez, Gabino ..
Melendrez, Rosa .. ..
Meza, Carlos Gustavus ..
Miguel, Matthew .. ..
Miller, Algernon .. ..
Miller, Moses Emmanuel .
Moreir a. Thimothy .. ..
Morris, Horatio .. ..
Morrison, David .. ..
Murillo, Prederick .. ..
11rvatt. Iznsu Heary Robert
M1'cKay, Calvin .. .. ..
Mcl~enziet, Jam-s Norman..
McLean, James .. ..
McPherson. Martin .. ..
N'eal, David Nathaniel ..
NJoralez, Noberto .
Nunez, Clarence S.J. .. .
Nunez, Rufino .. ..


Stain Creek .
S.C. Valley .
S.C. Valley .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Staun Creek ..
S.C. Valley ..
Stanm Creek ..
S.C. Valley ..
S.C. Valley ..
Stann Creek .
Staun Creek .
Stann Creek ,
Stano Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stana Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stanu Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Staun Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stanu Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
Staun Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creeks .
Staun Creek .
Stanu Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
S.C. Valley ..
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Cree .
S.C. Valley ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Staun Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stana Creek .
Seine B3ight ..
Staun Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek .
Staun Creek .
Stanm Creek .
Stann Creek .
Stanu Creek .
Stann Creek .
Staun Creek ..
Stann Creek
Stann Creek .
S.C. Valley ..
S.C. Valley ..
S.C. Valley ..
State Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
StannCreek ..
S.C. Valley ..
S.C. Valley ..
Stann Creek .
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek ..
Stann Creek ..


Income
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Property
Property
Property
In-ome
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Income
Incane
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
Property
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Income
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Income
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22 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE



Date of Surname and Christian Name Claim
No. Registra-, or Namles inl full Residenzce Qucalification allowed or
tion disallowed



14I x 6.12.41 Ogaldez, Virgilia .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
'42 25-9.4 Olivals, Gonzales .. Stann Creek Rent .. .. Allowed
143 29.10-41 .. Olivas, Pascual .. Stann Creek Rent .. .. Allowed
r44 3.11.41 Palacio, Balbino Alfred Seine Blight Property .. Allowed
145 29.1o.41 .. Palacio, Ciriaco .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
146 30.10.4 I Palacio, Nicodemus L. Stann Creek .. Property .. Allowed
"47 27.10.41 Palacio, Nicolas O. Seine Bight Property .. Allowed
148 25.10.41 Palacio, Santiago Alexander Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
149 6.12.4r Parkins, Ephraim B. .. S.C. Valley Income .. Allowed
150 31.10.41 Pascacio, Charles Wilfred Stann Creek Income allowed
151 2-12-41 Pascacio, William .. Staun Creek Income .. Allowed
152 6-12.41 Pastor, Martin .. Stann Creek .. Property .. Allowed
153 4.-12-41 .. Patnett, Maxie .. ..Stann Creek Income .. Allowed
154 30.10.41 atten, Ralph Fitzgerald Stann Creek Income .. Allowed
155 4.12-41 Perez, Claudio .. S.C. Valley Income .. Allowed
156 -5.12.41 Perez, E~uphemio ... Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
157 6-12-41 .. Peters, Thomas. Staun Creek .. Property .. .. Allowed
158 6.I2.41 .. Pias, Luciano Stann Creek Income .. Allowed
159 6.12.41 Powell, Ju.ius.. .. S.C. Valley Property .. .. Allowed
100 31.10.41 .. Riamirez, Edward .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
161 6.12.4I eid, William .. Stann Creek .. Income .. Allowed
162 31.ro0.41.. Reyes, Claudio. .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
163 a5.12.41 Ritchie, Wilfred .. S.i. Valley Property ... Allowed
I84 5.12.4 I Rivas, Andres .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
165 27.9-41 Robateau, Isaac .. Stann Creek Property .. .Allowed
166 25. To.4 I. odriguez, Elisea Aurelio Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
167 5-12-4I Rubio, Ambrocio .. S.C. Valley Income `.. Allowed
168 .. 5-12-41 Russell, Cyril ..S.C. Valley Property llowedl
169 27.1o.41 Sampson, Simeon Marcos Seine Bighit Income .. Allowed
17o 5-12-4' Samuels, Caleb ... S.C. Valley Income .. Allowed
171 31.10.41 Servio, Hienry E. Stann Creek~ .. Property Allowed
zy2 5.12.4' Smith, D3avid Mansa .. Stann Crrek Property .. Allowed
173 31.10.41 Smith, Harold Kieen .. Stann Creek Income .. Allowed
174 5.12.41 Smith, Israel .. .Stmnn Creek ..Property ..Allowed
175 6-124T Smithl, Jack .. Stannm Creek ..Income Allowed
176 31.1o.41 Stainie, Simon .. Stann Creek. Income .Allowed
177 30.xo4 Sterling, Marcellina .. ..Stann Creek .Property .. Allowed
178 .-14. xo41 Suaso, Justo. Staznn Creek Property ..Allowed
179 0.12.41 Swasey, Isaac ..Stann Creek Property .. .Allowed
180 ..5-12.41 Swasey, Charles Stann Cree~k .. Propery .. Allowed
181 6.12.41 Swasey, James Allan ... S.C. Valley Income .. Allowed
182 6.12.41 Swasey,- Josiah .. Stann Creek .. Property .. .. Allowed
183 6.12.41 Swa-sey, Magnus .. Stann Cre-k. Property .. Allowed
184 0-12-41 Swift, Alpheus Nath~aniel Stann Creeke Income .. Allowed
185 5.12-41 Tasher, William .. S.C. Valley Property .. Allowed
r86 5.12.4I Thompson, Ethel .. Stann Cree Income .. Allowed
r87 .12.41 ThompJsonI, Joseph ...Stann Creek Property .. Allowed~
188 14.10-1 Te!ry, Avelina Stann Creek .. Property .. Allowed
189 26.10.41 Usher, John Maurice Gower Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
r90 29-Iq.04 Ventura, D~omingo Alexandecr Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
191 ..6.12.41 .. Vera, Monica ....Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
192 6.12.41 Vernon, Charles B. ..Stann Creek .. Property .. Allowed
193 5.12.41 Vicente, Martin Stann Creek .. Property .. Allowed
194 b.12.41 Vicente, Riemigio Stann Creek ..Property Allowed
195 4.12-41 ..Walton, Isaiah Nathaniel ..Stann Creek ..Income .. Allowed
196 3.12.41 eber, George .Stann Creek Income ... Allowed
19)7 4-11-4r eir, Karl William Stann Creek Income llowed
198 6.12.41 Westby, M~aurice .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
190 5-12-41 Wright. Samuel ..S.C. Valley Propety .. Allowed
200 4.12.41 Wyatt, Alfred Ernest .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
201 .. 4-12.41 yatt, Helene Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
202 6.I2.4I Young,. George .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed
203 6.l2.41 Ysaguirre, Albert .. Stann Creek Property Allowed
zo4 30.10.4r % Zuiga, Phillip .. Stann Creek Property .. Allowed





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 23



TOLEDO ELECTORAL DIVISION.


Date of Surname and Christian Name Claim
No. HRgistra- or Names in full Residence Q~ualification allowed or
tion disallowecd


Alvarez~, Jeronimo ..
Apolonio, Alfredo ..
Arzu, Balb~ino .. ..
Audinett, Samuel Ezekiel
Avilez, John J usto ..
Avilez, James .. ..
Avilez. Bernard Roosevlt
Atkins, Clifford Denfield
Bevans, Charles Har~ld
Bevans, Charles Augustus
Bourne, Wilhiam Norman
Bourne, Christina .
Cabral, Ed ward ..
Carroll, John Alfred ..
Castillo, Cornelio Ralph
Colon, Victor Francis.
Colon, Joseph F~elix ..
Daniels, Salvatore Basil
Day, Sylvester Hilkiah
Engleton, Edwin ..
Enriquez, Andres ..
Garcia, William Ellis ..
Gentle, John Arthur ..
Haynes, Daniel Darius
MYcNab, John Wentworth
Nicholas, Sotero .
Noralez, Martin Benjamin
Palma, Guillermo ..
Pandy, Christinl .
Parham, Ignacia ..
Parkinson. Ch Lrles Hlod
Perrett, Alnie Nina n
Straughu, Frederick ..
Vairez, Cecilio Cassiano
Vernon, George Adrian
Vernon, Adele .. ..
Vernon, Samuel Benjamin
Westby, Char-les L~evi
Woodye, Al'ax
Zuniga, John Cassian ..


Barranco Property ..
Punta Gorda Income .. ..
Punta Gorda Income .. ..
Punta Gorda .. Property .
B arranco Property ..
Barran-o Property ..
Punta Gorda .. Property .
Punta Gorda Income ..
Punta Gorda .. Property .
Punta Gorda Property ..
Punta Gorda .. Property &Iitcome
Punta Gorda Property ..
Punta Gorda Property .-
Punta Gorda Property & Income
Punta Gorda Income .. ..
Punta Gorda .. Property &Income
Punta Gorda Property &Income
P'unta Gorda Property & Income
Toledo Settlement Prsperty .
Punta Gorda Property ..
Punta Gorda Income .. ..
Punta Gorda Property ..
Punta Gorda Income .. ..
Punta Gorda Income .
Punta Gorda .. Prope~rty &Income
Barranco .. Property .
Punta Gorda .. Property .
Punta Gorda Property -..
Punta Garda Property .
Punta Gorda Income .. ..
Toledo Settlement Property .
Toledo Settlement P~roperty.
Punta Gorda Property ..
Punta Gorda Income .
Punta Gorda .. Property .
Punta Gorda .. Property .
Punta Gorda .. Property .
Toledo Settlement Property .
Toledo Settlemnent Incom? ..
PuntaGorda .. Income .. .


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Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Allow-ed
Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
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Supply Office,


No. 32.


Belize, 9th? january, 1942.


MAXIMUM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES.


In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation 50 (1) of the Defence
Regulations, 1939 (Statutory Rules and Orders, 1939, No. 69), the Supply Officer hereby
orders as follows:--

The Maximum Wholesale and Retail Prices Order dated 17th December, 1941, and

published in the Gazette of 20th December, 1941, is hereby amended by the deletion of
the words and figures--


and the substitution therefore of the words and figures--


'The amended prices shall be effective as from 9th January, 1942.


A. H. ANDERSON,

r'ypnly Officer.


BEANS, CALIFORNIA PINK

In lots of not less than 1,000 lb.


73c per lb. 9c 10c per lb.

$7.50 per 100 lb.


BEANS, CALIFORNIA PINK

In lots of not less than 1,000 lb.


8#c per lb. 10c 11Ic per lb.

$8.50 per 100 lb.






































No. 5 BEILIZE, 17th JANUARY, 1942 Page 25


Colonial Secretary's O~ffice,
Belize, 16th Janutary, 1942.
COURT MOURNING-

His Majesty The KING has commanded that
there should be Court Mourning for two weeks,
commencing from Friday, the 16th January, on
account of the death of His late Royal Highness
the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn.
By Command.
A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonzial Secretary.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 17th January, 1942.
The following particulars relating to appoint-
nirents, etc., in the Public Service are published
for general information,
By Command.
A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED.
ROBATEAUr, J. J., Junior Clerk, Medical
(Health) Department, appointment confirmed
writht effect from 13th January, 1942.

Colonial Secretary's Office.
Belize, 10th January, 1942.
NOTICE TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.
The attention of His Excellency the Governor
has been directed to the fact that in many in-
stanes the provisions of the Friendly Societies
Ordinance -Chapter 141 of the Consolidated
Laws, 1924---are not being complied with by such )


M.P. 0985.


In future, where the provisions of the Ordi-
nance are not strictly complied with in the pre-
Iscribed time, the power given in the Ordinance
to compel compliance will be enforced without
further communication to the delinquent society.
Copies of the Friendly Societies Ordinance
may be obtained at the Government Printing Of-
fice for twenty-five cents each.


Nio. 33.


No. 35.


S.S. Circ., 24.1.30.


Belize, 12th January, 1942.
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL.
It is notified that His Majesty The KING has
approved a recommendation that any person to
whom the British Empire Medal has been, or
may be, awarded may, on all occasions when
the use of such letters is customary, place after-
his or her names the~ letters "B.E.M." This in-
cludes recipients of the Medal of the Order of
the British Empire awarded prior to 29th De-
cember, 1922, as- well as those who received the
Medal of the Order of the British Empire, for
Meritorious Service, after that date.
1-~--- 211 -I


No. 36.


M[.P. 03141.


M.P. 02483.


NPo- 34.


Belize, 12th Janruary, I1942.
TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.
It is hereby notified that for the purposes of
the Trading with the Enemy Regulations, 1939
(S. R. & O. 1939, No. 74), and amending Regula-
tions, the under-mentioned territories, in addition
to those already notified~in the Gazette, are to
be regarded as territories in enemy occupation,
that is to say:-
(1) Japanese occupied China, including Man-
churia;
(2) The whole coast of China;
(3) International settlement and French Con-
cession at Shanghai, excluding Macao;
(4) Hong Kong and Indo-China; and


GOVT~SERNMEN



GAZETTE


BRITISH HdO N DUIlRAI~S

PUBLISHED BYj AUTHORITY.





26 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


NLo. 37.


SM.P. 02644.j No. 46.


Belize, 13th January, 1942.

BRITISH INTERESTS.

His ~Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government has been informed by the Secretary
of State for the Colonies that
(a) the Swiss Government have agreed to
take charge of British interests in the follow^
ing countries:--
Germany and German Occupied Territory
in Bohemia, Moravia, Poland, Italy, Bul-
garia, Hungary, Japanese Occupied Terri-
tory in China, Thailand and Indo China;
(b) the Argentine Government will, for the
present take charge of United Kingdom, N~ew
Zealand, Australian and Canadian interests in
Japan; and
(c) the Swiss Government will, for the pres-
ent, take charge of South African interests in
Japan.



No. 38. M..070

Belize, 13th January, 1942.

TENDERS FORZ PINE POLES.

Tenders are invited for the sulpply of pine
poles to the Electrical Department (Telephone
Branch) during the year 1942.
Approximate quantities that will be required
are as follows:--
(a) one hundred 25 ft. poles, base 12" diameter,
head 6" diameter;
(b) four hundred 20 ft. poles, base 9" diameter,
head 4" diameter*
The above are the minimum measurements re-
quired.
Poles must be of dry pine, well seasoned,
straight and free from serious knots and cracks
and sound throughout-
Poles are to be delivered when required at
various points between Broad Water Park and
Mrtaskall on the north, and Boom Cut Off and/
Beaver Dam on the west.
Prices quoted should be for each pole delivered.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily :
be accepted.
Tenders marked "TELEPHONE POLES" will
be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office not
later than 31st January, 1942.


Belize, 15th January, 1942.

ORDINANCES.

His Excellency the Officer Administering 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 disal-
lowance with respect to the under-mentioned
Ordinances:--
No. 14 of 1941--An Ordinance to amend
the Undesirable Immigrants Ordinance, 1936
(No. 10 of 1936). M.P. 0490.
No. 15 of 1941--An Ordinance to provide
for the prevention, eradication and control of
Diseases and Pests affecting Plants.
M.P. 02651.


No. 41.


M.P. 0005.


Belize, 16th lanulary, 1942.

CORRIGENIDUM.

Notice No. 24 dated 10th January, 1942, pub-
lished in Gazette No. 4 of the 10th January,
1942, is hereby amended by the substitution of
"Stuart" for "Stewart" in the fourth line.



No. 42.
Belize, 17th january, 1942.

BILLS PUBLISHED.

The under-mentioned Bills which are to be
submitted to the Legislative Council, are pub-
lished for general information with this issue of
the Gazette and form part thereof:--
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Trade Unions Ordinance, 1941 (No. I of 1941).
M.P. 03334.
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Public Requirements Loan Ordinance, 1928
(No. 10 of 1928). M.P. 0793.




No. 43. M.P. 03305.

Belize, 17th January, 1942.

sTATUTO.RY RULES AND ORDERS.


The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and Or-
dier is published with this issue of the Gazette
MI.P. 0848. and forms part thereof:--


NJo. 39-


No. 5 of 1942--The Trading with the Ene-
B~elize, 15th january, 1942. my (Specified Persons) (Amendment) Order,
1942.
LEAVE GrRANTED.
By Command.
His Excellency the Officer Administering the
Government has granted to M. J. Baker, Esquire, A. WOLFFSOHN,
leave of absence from his public duties for four
months with effect from the 12th January, 1942. Acting Colonial Secretary.






























&or a FPre Grant.

Nov. 14, 1941-SISTO MOH--Cayo Dis-
trict, situate 2f miles south-east of Benque Viejo
town, North by block No. 717, East by block
No. 716, South by blocks Nos. 719 and 720, West
by the western portion of block No. 718; being
the south-east portion of block No. 718 20 acres
*** Dec. 22, 1941--ROCHES MARIN--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-
ing block No. 534 5 acres



CanCOllationp-keaseS.

M.P. S.G. 0995--GUADALUPE MORO--
Cayo District, situate in the town of Benque
Viejo. Lot No. 257. For non-payment of rent.


The Treasury,
Belize, 3rd January, 1942.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.

Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind-
ed that they are required to file returns of their
incomes in respect of the year ending 31st De-
cembler, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should
be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
ury) not later than the 31st March, 1942.

ne ,In t cs anyo pen carig onsbusi-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany the
return.
4. ~All returns, &c., should be sent under Con-
f:dential Cover to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
ury), Belize, or to th~e District Commissioner in
an out-district, from whom the necessary forms
can be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file returns within the time pre-
scribed by law will render taxpayers liable to
prosecution without further warning.

By Order.

R. E. TURNIBULL,
Income Tax Commissioner.


BRITISH HI;ONDURAS -GAZETTE


N~o. 44. Surrvey Department. ** *Jan. 5, 1942--ESTEVAN DOMINGUEZ--
Belie, 7thJanary 192. elize District, situate near the Belize-Corozal
Road at 38 Miles, North by Crown land, East
by Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
LAND9~g AFPPLICATIONS. land occupied by J. N. Domingo 10 acres
*** Jan. 3, 1942--RAFAEL GUERRA-Cayo
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown District, situate on the left ascending the West-
;Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for ern Branch, Belize River, North by blocks Nos.
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity 236 and 237, East by Crown land, South by
of mlaking any representations to this office inj block No. 233, West by block No. 235; being
relation to any such application. block No. 234 formerly leased by Wilfred Flow-
Such applications will be inserted in at leastleS2 ce
three separate issues of the Gazette before they *** Jan. 12, 194a2-FREDERICK N. SANDI-
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli- FORPD-Belize District, situate on the left ascend-
.cants must be prepared for this delay. ing Haulover Creek, Beliz~e River, North by the
river, East by road reserve and Grant No. 4 of
The following applications are hereby notified 1896, South by Crown land, West by Crown
land and land leased to Christina Zetina; being
By Order. land held on lease by applicant 7 acres


G. S. BUSBY,
Acting Director of Surveoys.




Dec. 15, 1941--AMBROZINE McNAB-
.Toledo District, situate west of Punta Gorda
town 3r. 22p.
** Jan. 3, 1942-AMYr GREYd-WILSON--Bel-
ize District, situate at Half Moon Cay; being lot
formerly leased to VSyvyan Grey-Wilson
Lot No. 18
6a. 3r. Op.
*** Jan. 6, 1942-VICTOR COLINDREZ--To-
ledo District, situate in the Village of Barranco
Lot No. 105




** Oct. 31, 1941-JSAMES ]FORD--Cayo Dis-
trict, situate on the left ascending the Western
Branch, Belize" River, North by the northern por-
-tion of block No. 187, East by block No. 179,
South by the southern portion of block No. 187,
West by the Cgyo-Benque Viejo Road; being the
central portion of block No. 187 24 acres
*** Nov. 26, 1941l-MARCEILINO CARDENIES
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
Columbia Branch, Rio Grande, North by' land
.applied for by Benanco Cruz, East by land ap-
plied for by Bartolo R~ivero, South by Columbia
Branch, W~est by land leased by Domingo Re-
quena 11 acres
*** Nov. 26, 1941-BAR~TOLO RIVIERO--To-
ledo District, situate on the right ascending Col-
"metio BrnchRio Gane EWsrth ba land ap

Breadnc WestD rbt Sadppl db fortbey M1 clio
Cardenes 10 acres
*a** Dec. 26, 1941--NATHANIEL BULL--To-
ledo District, situate on the right ascending Bla-
den Branch, Monk~ey River, North by Crown
land, East by Crown land, South by the river,
West by Crown land; being a portion of land
formerly held on lease by Isaac Gordon (deed.)
10 acres
Dec. 20, 1941l-VIOLET HUNTFER-Tole-
do District, situate on the right ascending the
Punta Gorda-San Antonio Road, North by Crown
land, East by land applied for by David Supaul,
South by the Punta Gorda-San Antonio Road,
'West by land applied for by Gerald Gillett; be-
~ing land formerly applied for by Cecilio Cruz
20 acres





z :BRITISH HltONDURPAS GAZETTE


District Commissioner's Office,
Cayo, 6th January, 1942.

CAYO DISTRICT.
SITTING OF COURT (OUT DISTRICTS).

TAKE NOTICE that in pursuance of Ordi-
nances No. 19 of 1933 and No. 7 of 1934 the
D strict Commissioner intends visiting the Orange
Walk area on the fifth day of February, 1942,
when a Court will be held at Orange Walk at 9-
o'clock a.m. for the transaction of all business
connected with the Court.

All those concerned are hereby notified to be
and appear at the above-mentioned place at the
date and time appointed for such Court.yOrer


T. J. HUDSON,
District Comtmissioner, Cayo.


SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the Northern District as Licens-
ing Magistrates and to all others whom it may
concern.

TAKE NOTICE that a special Licensing Meet-
ing for the Northern District will be held in the
District Commissioner's Court Roons at Corozal
at two o'clock in the afternoon on Tuesday the
27th day of January, 1942, to take into considera-
tion the application of IGNACIO C. NOVELO
for a Shop Liquor Licence for the sale of fer-
mented and spirituous liquors in the house and
.appurtences thereunto belonging situate on the
main street at Progreso Lowrey's Bight, the prop--
erty of the applicant.
By Order.
E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commzissioner,
Northern District,



Nuo. 49

BRITISHE HONDURAS, 19412.
In the Supreme Court--Probate Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 8th Janzuary, 1942.


Edn. 1/42. No. 47


~Education Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1942.

TEACHERS' AND PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1942.
It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1942, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, the 5th, 6th and 7th May, 1942,
at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta Gorda
if there are sufficient candidates at these places.
2. Applications for entry must be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and must
reach the Education Office not later than the
31st iMarch, 1942. 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 de-
lay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-
minded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded that
no pupil teacher can be engaged who has not
passed at least the First Year Pupil Teachers'
Examination.


No. 48.


District Commission~er's Office,
Corozal, 12th Januar~y, 1942.


Edn. 4/41.


N\o. 45.


Belize, 14thz January, 1942.

QUEEN STREET GOVERNMENTT SCHOOL.
Applications are invited for the post of As-
sistant, Queen Street Government School, Belize.
Salary: $18.75, $25, $31.25 or $37.50 per month
according to certificate. Applicants should write
to the Director of Education, Belize, stating their
qualifications and experience, and en sing bit
certificate and originals of recent testimonials'
and must be prepared to take up duty on the
1st March, 1942.


Edn. 119/36.


No. 46.


Belize, 15thr Janutary, 1942'

EFFICIENT SCHOOLS.

His Excellency the Governor has-


(a) approved the recognition of th
ing private schools as efficient in ac
wNith section 37 of the Education O
No. 14 of 1926--
Mr. J. B. Watson's, Belize,
Miss E. Mitchell's, Belize,
Seventh Day Adventist School,
Northern District;


e follow-
ccordance
ordinance ,



Calcutta,


In the Goods of FRANCIS GORDON late of
Belize, Pensioner, deceased.

Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by Frances
Leanora Gordon 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 2nd day of February, 1942,
why such letters should not be granted to the
saidl Frances Leanora Grordon.
A. Oj. LONGSWNORTH,
Revisrtrr GePneral.


(b) cancelled his recognition of the follow-
ing school as efficient:-
1Mrs. E. Usher's School, Belize,
in accordance with section 37 (3) of the Edu-
cation Ordinance, N\o. 14 of 1926.

By Order.


B. E. CARMAN,
Ofurator of Fducation


































No. 6 BELIZE, 24th JANUARY, 1942 Page 29


(a) one hundred 25 ft. poles, base 12" diameter,.
head 6" diameter;
(b) four hundred 20 ft. poles, base 9" diameter,
head 4" diameter.
The above are the minimum measurements re-
quired.
Poles must be of dry pine, well seasoned,
straight and free from serious knots and cracks
and sound throughout.
Poles are to be delivered when required at
various points between Broad Water Park and
Maskall on the north, and Boom Cut Off and
Beaver Dam on the west.


LEAVE GRANTED.

HEUSTIS, A. A., Second Class Clerk, Posts and
Telegraphs Department, vacation leave with
effect from 19th January to 26th Mllay, 1942.


M.P. 02780.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 13th January, 1942.
TENDERS FO~R PINE~ POLES.
Tenders are invited for the supply of pine
poles to the Electrical Department (Telephone
Branch) during the year 1942.
Approximate .quantities that will be required
fr n flinws._


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 24th January, 1942.

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

By Command.

A. WOLFFSOHN,
Acting Colonial Secretary.


M.P. 01404. Prices quoted should be for each pole delivered.


N~o, 50.


The lowest or any tender will not necessarily
be accepted.
Tenders marked "TELEPHONE POLES" will
be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office not
later than 31st January, 1942.




No. 52. M.P. 03340.

Belize, 24th Jlanuairy, 1942.

NOTICE TO PERSONS PROCEEDING
TO GREAT BRITAIN.

It is hereby notified that, under the Registra-
tion of Employment Order, 1941, made by the
Minister of Labour and National Service (a copy
of which may be seen at the office of the Col-
onial Secretary) any person, of either sex who
is a British subject and enters Great Britain or
any such person of any class or description speci-
fied in a notice published by the said Minister
shall :
(a) register particulars about himself in the
form prescribed on such dates, at such times
an~d in such manner as may be so notified; and


DISMISSAL.

ROSADO, D. L., Second Class Clerk, Public
Works Department, dismissed with effect from
10th7 November, 1941-


M.P. 01011.


No. Sr.


GOVE3~:f~RNalMENT



GAZETTE3~I


BRITISH HWONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.





3o BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


(b) at any time and from time to time fur-
nish to the Minister such particulars about
himself in addition to any particulars already
registered by him (whether by virtue of this
Order or the National Service (Armed Forces)
Act, 1939) in such manner and at such place
as the Minister may require.
The form referred to may be obtained at the
office of the Colonial Secretary, Belize.
Everyone intending to proceed from the Col-
ony to Great Britain is advised so to inform the
Colonial Secretary in order that the requirements
relating to identification and registration under
the Order may be fulfilled.



No. 53.
Belize, 24th January, 1942.

BILLS TO BE PRESENTED TO THE
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

The under-mentioned Bills, the full text of eact
of which was published with the Gazette as
shown .in parentheses, will be presented at a
forthcoming meeting to the Legislative Council
and notification is hereby given in accordance
with the Standing Rules and Orders: _
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Trade Unions Ordinance, 1941 (No. 1 of 1941).
M.P. 03334.
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Public Requirements Loan Ordinance, 1928
(No. 10 of 1928). M.P. 0793.
(Published in Gazette dated 17th January, 1942).

By Command.

A. W~OLFFSOHN '
Acting Colonial Secretary.


'robate Side.
eral Regis~try,
h Jlanurary, 1942.
jORDON late of

Administration in
made by Frances
idow.

r, and all persons
show cause, on or
,f ]February, 1942,
,e granted to the

iSWORTHI,
Itrar General.


Edn. 1/42.

Education Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1942.

TEACHERS' AND PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1942.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1942, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, the 5th, 6th and 7th May, 1942,
at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta Gorda
if there are sufficient candidates at these places.

2. Applications for entry must be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and must
reach the Education Office not later than the
31st March, 1942. 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 de-
lay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-
minded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded that
no pupil teacher can be engaged who has not
passed at least the First Year Pupil Teachers'
Examination.


]Edn. 4/41.

Belize, 14th january, 1942.

QUEEN STREET GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for the post of As-
sistant, Queen Street Government School, Belize.
Salary: $18.75, 525, 531.25 or $37.50 per month
according to certificate. Applicants should write
to the D~irector of Education, Belize, stating their
qualifications and experience, and enclosing birth
certificate and originals of recent testimonials,
and must be prepared to take up duty on the
1st March, 1942.
By Order.

B. E. CARMAN,


The Treasury,
Belize, 3rd January, 1942,.
NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.


Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind- Director o
ed that they are re-quired to file returns of their
incomes in respect of the year ending 31st D[e-
cember, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.
BRITISHY HOINDURAS, 1942.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should
be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch (Treas- In the Supreme Court---P
ury) not later than the 31st March, 1942.
3. In the case of any person carrying on busi./ Gent
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac- Belize, 8tr
count and Balance Sheet should accompany thel In the Goods of FRANCIS G
return. Belize, Pensioner, deceased.
4. All returns, &c., should be sent under Con-
f:dential Cover to the Income Tax Branch (Treas- Application for Letters of
ury), Belize, or to the District Commissioner in the above Estate has been 1
an out-district, from whom the necessary forms Leanora Gordon of Beliz-, W
canl be obtained on application. The next of kin in particula
5. Failure to file returns within the time pre- in general, are hereby cited to
scribed by law will render taxpayers liable to before Monday the 2nd day o
prosecution without further warning. why such letters should not b
By Odersaid Frances Leanora Gordon.

R. E. TURNBULL. A .LN
Inomer Tax Commissioner. Re is


,f Education,.


IllrVII 11ICII ~ ~ VVIU I C


gCL








No. 54. Survey Department, Jan. 5, 1942-ESTEVAN DOMINGUEZ--
Belze,24t Jauar, 142. Belize District, situate near the Belize-Corozal
Road at 38 Miles, North by Crown land, East
by Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
klAND APP L CAT ION~S. land occupied by J. N. Domingo 10 acres
** Jan. 3, 1942--RAFAEL GUERRA---Cayo
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown Disgtrict, situate on the left ascending the West-
Landis are notifie-d in the Govenrnment Gazette for ern Branch, Belize River, North by blocks Nos.
thle purpose of giving any person an oppostunity 236 and 237, East by Crown land, South by
of making any representations to this office in' block No. 233, West by block No. 235; being
relation to any such application. block No. 234 formerly leased by Wilfred Flow-
lers 25 acres
Such applications will be inserted in at least w Jan. 12, 1942--FREDERICK N. SANDI-
three separate issues of the Gazette before they F;ORD--Belize District, situate on the left ascend-
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli- ;ng Hlaulover Creek, Belize River, North by the
cants must be prepared for this delay. river, East by road reserve and Grant No. 4 of
The following applications are hereby notified. 1896, South by Crown land, West by Crown
land and land leased to Christina Zetina; being
land held on lease by applicant 7 acres
By Order. so a Jan. 16, 1942--JOSEPHINE JONES--Belize
District, situate at Rockstone Pond Cohune Ridge,
G. S. BUSBY, North by Crown land and land occupied by M.
Acting Director of Surrveys. E. Lord, East by Section No. 32, South by road
reserve and Section No. 28. West by Section No.
:--4 30; being Section No. 31 formerly approved to
Reginald Young 20 acres
BO Lea~S. *** Jan. 20, 1942-CIALISTRO ALDANA-
Belize District, situate to the East of the Santana
Jan. 3, 1942--AMY GREY-WILSON--Bel- Reserve, North by land approved to Esau Bur-
ize District, situate at Half Moon Cay; being lot goess, East by Crown land, South by land approv-
formerly leased to Vyvyan Grey-W~ilson 1 ed to A. R. Pickwood, West by road reserve and
Lot No. 18Santana Reserve. 11a. 2r. 14p.
6a. 3r. Op.
** Jan. 6, 1942--VICTOR COLINDREZ-T--o/ n c
ledo District, situate in the Village of ]Barranco
Lot No. 105 / FO? g Free r~pank.
*** Jan. 13, 1942-J3ULIA ITZA--Cayo Dis-
trict, situate in the Village of Soccoths ** Dec. 22, 1941--ROCHES MARIN--Stann
LotsNos.125 126Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-
----------- ing block No. 534 5 acres
eO ~PurChaS@. .* Jan. 19, 1942-J~OSEPH H. KIRKWOOD--
Behrze District, situate south of the southern
Oct. 31, 1941--JAMES FORD--Cayo Dis- boundary of Santana Reserve, North by Crown
trict, situate on the left ascending the Western land, East by road reserve and the southern
Branch, Belize River, North by the northern por- boundary of Santana Reserve, South by Crown
tion of block No. 187, East by block No. 179, land and land applied for by C. Burns, West by
South by the southern portion of block No. 187, Crown land 28 acres
West, by the Cayo-Benque Viejo Road; being the *** Jan. 21, 19412-GEORGE E. LEWIS--Belize
central portion of blocks No. 187 24 acres District, situate on the IMuscle Creek Road, at
** Nov. 26, 1941--MARCELIN\IO CARDENES Boom Pine Ridge, Belize River, North by Crown
Toledo District. situate on the right ascending land and land leased to William Arnold, East
Columbia Branch, Rio Grande, North by land by road reserve and land leased to Joseph Ortiz
appied f'or byJ Be-nancos Cruz, East by land ap- and Crown land, South by t-he M~Iuscle Creek<
plied for- b\ Carrola Rivero, South by Columbia; Road, West by Crown land 20 acres
Branch, West: bcy land leased by D~omingo Re-
qju-nn 11 acres 1~-- -------~.~~---~
** Nsv. _r6, 1941--B4RTOLO RIVEROa-To-!
kcdo Distr~ict, situate on the right ascending Col- g; /
vem-bia BIanchl, Rio Grande, North by land ap-
pi- a fo by Benancio Cruz, East by land occu- M.P. S.G. 311-24--TH-E BE=LIZE ESTATE
pledc by E.~ Duartez, South by the Coluambia &~ PRODUCE CO., LTDP.-Orange Walk Dis-
Br~anch, West by land applied for by Maarcelino trict, situate in the town of Orange Walk. 100
Cardene~s 10 acres sq;. yds. At the request of the lessees.
*** De-. 13, 1941-ANDREW B3URGESS--To-i M.P. S.G. 149-33--APARIC10 MORO--
ledo District, situate on the left ascending T~rio Cayjo Disirict, situate in the town of Benque
Branch, Monkcey River, North by Crown land, VieJo. Lot No. 300. F~or non-payment of rent.
East by the river, South by Crown land, Wdest/ M.P. S.G. 107-35--ESTEVAN CATZIM--
by Crown land; being a portion of land formerly C orozal District, situate at Grants Lands. 30
held by Arthur Coleman 10 acres acres (b~lock~ No. 28). For non-payment of rent.
** Dec. 26, 1941--NATHANIEL BULL--To-I M.P. S.G. 368-35-JO0HN PI~CARTG-Stann
ledo DIlstrict, situate on the right ascending Bla- Creek: District, situate near False Branch on the:
den Branch, Monkey River, North by Crown left ascending North Stann Creek. 46a. 3r. 28p.
land, East by Crown land, South by the river, blockk No. 235). For non-payment of rent.
West by Crown land; being a portion of land M.P. S.G. 28-36-JOSE CHAN--Cayo Dis-
formerly held on lease by Isaac Gordon (deed.) trict, situate in the Village of Soccoths. Lots
10 acres Nos. 125 and 126. At the request of the lessee.
*** Dec. 30, 1941--CARLOS G. MEZA-Stann M.P. Land Tax A. 2a--CHRISTIAN AL-
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be- BIZN--Stann Creek District, situate in the Stann
inrr blocks Nos. 508 and 509 formerly leased to/ Creek Valley. 12 acres. At the request of the
William Card 7a. 3r. 27p.' Tessee.


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE






_ __


Cancellatins-oeinsLcio Tickets. /
M.P. S.G. 0898--WILLIAM LOGAN--To-
ledo District, situate on the right ascending Bla-
den Branch, Monkey River. 20 acres. A~t the
request of the settler.
M.P. S.G. 73-36--LOUIS HUMPHREYS-
Belize District, situate at Boom Pine Ridge, Bel-
ize River. 8a. 3r. 33p. For non-payment of the
10th instalment-
M.P. D.S. 4006--JAMES GIBSON--Belize
District, situate on the right ascending Manatee
River. 10 acres. For non-payiment of the first
instalment.
M.P. D.S. 4007--JOSEPH A. YOUNG--
Belize District, situate on the Belize-Corozal
Road. 5 acres. At the request of the s-ttler.



District Commissioner's Office,
Corozal, 12th January, 1942.

SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the Northern District as Licens-
ing Magistrates and to all others whom it may
concern.

TAKE NOTICE that a special Licensing Meet-
ing for the Northern District will be held in the
District Commissioner's Court Room at Corozal
at two o'clock in the afternoon on Tuesday the
27th day of January, 1942, to take into considera-
tion the application of IGNACIO C. NOVELO
for a Shop Liquor Licence for the sale of fer-
mented and spirituous liquors in the house and
appurtences thereunto belonging situate on the
main street at Progreso Lowrey's Bight, the prop-
erty of the applicant-

By Order.

E. O. B. BARROW,
District Commissioner,
Northern District.



No. 55

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1942.

In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.

Ge~ner~al Registry,
Belize, 21st January, 1942.

In the Goods of ARTHUR MONTAGUE
ROK(EBY PRICE late of Belize, Mercantile
Clerk, deceased.

Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate has been made by Eliza Vic-
toria Price of Belize, Widow.

The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or i
before Monday the 9th day of February, 1942,
why such letters should not be granted to their
said Eliza Victoria Price.

A. O. LONGSWORPTH,


Department of Agriculture,
Belize, 24th January, 1942.

TENDERS FOR WOOD FUEL.
Tenders are invited for supplying wood fuel
to the under-mentioned Government Rice~ Mills
for period ending 31st December, 1942, viz.:--
A. Punta Gordla Mills. 40 cords wood fuel to
be delivered at the mills in four lots of 10
cords each during the first wemk of April,
July, October and December, 1942.
B. Belize Mills. 24 cords wood fuel to be de-
livered at the mills in four lots of 6 cords
each during the first week of April, July,
October and December, 1942.
Only hard wood such as Silly Young, Craboo,
Button Wood, Mangrove, Billy Web, Cherry and
Malady will be accepted.
Tenders must be submitted to the Secretary of
;he Board of Agriculture not later than 14th
February, 1942. The lowest or any tender will
not necessarily be accepted.

By Order.
J. F. WARD,
Chairman, Board of Agricullture.

District Commissioner's Office,
Cayo, 6th January, 1942.
CAYO DISTRICT.
SITTING OF COURT (OUT DISTRICTS).
TAKE NOTICE that in pursuance of Ordi-
nances No. 19 of 1933 and No. 7 of 1934 the
Dlisrict Commissioner intends visiting the Orange
Walk area on the fifth day of February, 1942,
when a Court will be held at Orange Wa'k at 9
o'clock a.m. for the transaction of all business
connected with the Court.
All those concerned are hereby notified to be
?nd appear at the above-mentioned place at the
date and time appointed for such Court.

By Order.
T. J. HUDSON,
District Commissioner, Cayo.




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No. 56.


MI.P. 02780.





BRITISH HONDURAS~ GAZETTE 33



SUMMIARYY OF METEOROLOIGBICL OBg~SERVATDIONS
During the month of November 194r.

BAROMETER STATION PRESSURE IN INCHES.
(A4t MI.S.M. and Gravity of Latitude 173 So') (Barometer cistern 17 ft. above Mean Sea Level.)
(Absolute Extremes of Pressure)
Average Monthly Mean
Highest Date L~owest Date

30.137 3o.080 9th 29.790 Ist

TEMPERATURES IN THE SHADE--(Fahrenheit Degrees).
Mean Daily Mean Daily Average MZonthlly Mean (Absolute Extremes of Temperature)
Maximum Minimum of Daily Maximum and
Temperature Temperature Minimum T'emperatures Highest Date Lowest Date

81.6 68.7 75.I 88.o Ioth 62.o 9th

RELAT'IVE HUMIDITYT-(taken from Wet and Dry Bulbs).
Average Monthly Mean Highest Date Lowest Date

ga%/ Ioo% IIth, 20th & 28th. 81% 23rd

WIND MOVEMENTS IN MILES--(Standard Anemometer above ground 457 ft.).
Average Hourly Velocity Prevailing Direction Maximum Velocity and Direction Date

7 m'p'h. N. 8 m.p.h. N. E. Toth

PRECIPITATION-(tin inches and hundredths).
Total Amount Greatest Amount in 24 consecutive hours Date

9.63 446 28th

RALPH A. GILLI, Meteorologaical Observer.

RABINFALL -- BELIZE.

MONTH 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941

January 3.65 459 5.69 8.89 4.31 4.18 2.62
February 2.16 3.85 I.05 4-38 3-7I .22 1I.I2
March 3.20 I.47 3-95 0.35 I.49 I.55 1.76
April I. Io 4-30 5.o8 I.49 0.63 I.50 2.4I
;May 0.13 Io.I4 2.51 548 2.18 3-49 10.67
June 3.20 15-30 11.26 9.85 4.65 6.69 2.2L
July 54I II.98 10.55 398 5.87 14.72 4.68
.August 7.21 6.56 6.4I lo.77 595 5.69 9.3x
September 5.09 Is.83 10.69 12.13 10.76 19.68 12.26
October 2427 I437 8.29 1z.o8 6.08 18.76 11.04
`November 8.21 2390 4.87 8.52 I27 9.68 9.63
December 2.28 2.51 5.08 .3.3I 7.24 6.18

65.91 III.80 75-43 81.20 54-14 9234
Tlhe mean annual rainfall in Belize for the years 1906 to 1939 was 81.88 inches. During this period
the highest recorded rainfall was I30.94 inches in 19II, and the lowest 42.36 inches in 1923


By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,





34 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


MaAXIUMUM WH#OBLEZALE AN.D RETAIL PRICES.
In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation 50 (I) of the Defence Regulations,
1939 (Statutory Rules & Orders, 1939, No. 69), the Supply Officer hereby orders as follows:--
The following maximum wholesale and retail prices shall be effective as from 21st January,
1942.


N.B.--The prices in Column "A4" apply to Belize; to all points on the Belize River below, and including,
B~urrell Boom; and to all points up to Mile Tw~enty on the Belize-Cayo R~oad and Mile Twrenty-Five on the
Relize-Orange Walki Road. The prices in Column "B" apply to the rest of the Bielize District and to Beaver
Dam in the Cav o district.

WARPNINIG: When evaporated milk is sold in the original container no charge in excess.
of the maximum allowed in this Ordaer shall be made for refrigeration.
Anry person making or attempting to maake~ such an excess charge shall
be liable to prosecution.
MlEAT: FRESH, maximum wholesale price to be paid for cattle bought on the hoof:--
ge per lb. of dr-essed meat as w-eighed at the Slaughter House.
Maximum retail price for beef at th~e Belize Market:
Forequarters 12c per lb.
Hindquarters I5e per lb.


NJo. 58.


Supply Office,
Belize, zIst Janzuary, r942.


ARTICLE


WHOLESALE


RETAIL


FLOUR (other than baker's, whole
wheat, Miriam, Obelisk, Five
Roses, Star, Purity, Highland
Beauty and Ruler) ., .


"A"


$2.90 per sack (96 or 98 lb.)

$2.80 per sack (96 or 98 lb.)

$9.30 per sack (224 lb.)
$9.15 per sack (224 lb.)
$9.oo per sack (224 lb.)


4e 4e per lb.
33e 4e:


Se Sc per lb.


Two or more pounds ..
In lots of not less than 25 sks.


In lots 5 to ro sacks ..-
In lots II sacks and over


RICE


BEANS, R. K. ..


. .. Ioje per lb.


. 1e I3e per lb.
.. rzIge I2)e per lb,

..Ioe: ne per lb.



. 1e 18e per lb..


. 8e 19e per lb..


Twro or more pounds ..
In lots not less than I,000 lb.
BEANS, CALIFORNIA PINK ..
In lots not less than I,ooo lb.

LAR`D (not including, Chich~arron,
Crisco, Spry, Trex &r Rexo)
In lots of not less than 250 lb.

M~ARGARINE (loose) .. .. ..

BEEF, SALT (other than Boneless) .
BEEF, SALT (Boneless) .

BEEF, CORNEfD (other than idbby) ..

MILK=, CONDENSED (48Ss)
BLUE CROSS, BETTYr
&r MILKMAID Brands .
OTHER BRANDS .


$10.25 per loo lb.
8)e per lb. ..
$8.50 per loo lb.


14-fe per lb.
$14.25 per loo lb.


.16e per lb.


. .. 25<~ 22e per lb.
2e 26e per lb.


$7.80 per case (48~s) ..



$7.35 per case .. ..
$6. 85 per case .


19e 2eoeper tinl



Troe 17je per tin
15e I6e per tin


MILK~, EVAPORATED


6 ounce .
I'w'o or m~ore tins
14 ounce ..


. .. E 7E per tinl
.. .. 6)E: per tin
. .. 2e 12e per tin


SUGARI, PLANTATTION WH~ITiE .. $6.00 pefr roo b.
SUCARI, BROWxN includingr v.p. crystals) $4i.25 per Ioo lb.


..66e ye per lb.
. e 5e per lb,.


CA4BBAGE: FRESH-, maximum retail price, Belize only .
ECGG: Maximluml retail price B1elize only) 4( each ..


. 1e per lb.
.-45e per dozen.


The Order made on the 17th December )1941 and published in the Gazette of 20th December,
1941I, and the Amending Orders dated 27th December, 1941, published in the Gazette Extraor-
dinary of 2nd January, I942, and c9th January, 1942, published in the Gazette of Ioth January,.
1942, are hereby rescinded.
L4 H-. ANDERSON,
1 Sufflyr officer.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 35


No. 59. Forest office.
Belize, 21st Jannary, 1942.

CHICLE DEALERS' & CONTRACTORS' LICENCES.
In accordance with regulation 13 of the Chicle Regulations, 1936, the following particulars are
published for general information.

Contractors' Licences expiring 30.6.42.
Clotilde Burgos .... Belize 57/1941-42 (Tower Hill, Cramer's Retaliation and Sibun Crown Lands)
Alfredo Burgos .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. Belize 58 /1941-42 (Sibun Manatee Crown Lands)
Clharles Banner ...............................,.,......... Belize 59/1941-42 (Turneffe Lands)
Miguel Coral .. .. .. ... .. ... .. ... Belize 6)/ 1941-42 (Rio Hondo & Blue Creek Lands)

Chicle Dealers' Licences.
Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. .......................... ........... ........ Belize 11/1941-42
R. S. Turton ................................... ............... ... Belize 12/1941-42
Richard E. Foote ................... .............. .. ......,...... Belize 13/1941-42.

The names of the estates in which the licensees are said to be operating are shown in brackets.

By Order.

NE1L S. STEVENSON,
Conservator sf Forests.



NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN

that thme following Trade Mark






`F\E AL~






is the exclusive Trade Mark of THE FEDERAL PAINT COMPANY, INC., a corpora-
tion'organized and existing under the Laws of the State of New York, United States of
America, manufacturer of paints and paint materials with offices at 33 RectLor Street,
New York City, New York, United States of America.

The above Trade Mark comprises the word "Federal" and design and is applied to
paints and paint materials by being attached to the containers by means of a label or
painted on them.

A~ny person infringing or improperly using the above Trade Mark will be prosecuted
under Chapter 207 of the Consolidated Laws of British Honduras, 1924, and otherwise
dealt with as the law allows.
DRAGTEN, WOODS & CO.,
Solicitors,
North Front Street, Belize, for and on behalf of
TrTTTE TITTT1U TI TPAlTNT COMPANY TNC:




















GAZETTE


EXTFRAORDINARY



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

No. 7 BELIZE, 28th JANUARY, 1942 Page 37

No. 60. M.P. 03343.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 28th January, 1942.
r RETURN FROM LEAVE.
With reference to Notice No. 21 published in Gazette Extraordinhary of the 9th
January, 1942, His Excellency the Governor, J. A. Hunter, Esquire, C.M.G., returned
from leave of absence and has today resumed the administration of the Government.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 28th January, 1942.
The following particulars relating to appointments, etc., in the Public Service are
pulblishied for general information.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.

No. 61I. M.P. 02765.
RESUMPTION OF DUTIES.
TURPNBULL, H-on. Mr. R. E., resumed the duties of Colonial Secretary and Financial
Secretary with effect from 28th January, 1942.

No. 62.
RELINQUISHMENT.
WOLFFSOHN, Hon. Mr. A. N., Director of Surveys, ceased to act as Colonial Secre-
tary and Financial Secretary with effect from 28th January, 1942. M.P. 0966.
BUSBYT, G. S., Surveyor, Survey Department, ceased to act as Director of Surveys with
pffpyt from 28th January. 1942. Ma.P. 0970.






































No. 8 BELIZE, 31st JANUARY, 1942 ]Page 39


TRANSFER.
YSAGUIRRE, E. L., District Commissioner,
transferred from Stann Creek to Toledo Dis-
trict with effect from 1st February, 1942.


Colonial Secretary's Office.
Belize, 31st Janzuary, 1942.

The following particulars relating to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published
f~or general information.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


LIND, H. F., Junior Clerk, Posts and Telegraphs
Department, to be a Third Class Clerk, on
probation, with effect from 15th January, 1942.
M.P. 01810.
LONGSWORTH, L. F., Messenger, Labour De-
partment, to be a Probationer with effect from
15th January, 1942. M.P. 02768.
LORD, E. G., Third Class Clerk, District Com-
missioner's Office, Toledo, to be a Second
Class Clerk, on probation, with effect from
15th January, 1942. M.P. 01062.
PEPITUNE, O. J., Messenger, Posts and Tele-
graphs Department, to be a Probationer with
effect from 15th January, 1942. M.P. 03137.
USHER, R. J., Junior Clerk, Audit Department,
to be a Third Class Clerk, on probation, with
effect from 16th January, 1942. M.P. 02418.
VASQUEZ, S. R., Second Class Clerk, Customs
and Harbour Department, to be a First Class
Clerk, on probation, with effect from 15th.
January, 1942. M.P. 0419.


No. 63.


APPOINTMENTS.


ANDERSON, A. H., to be a District Commis-
s:oner, on probation, with effect from 1st Feb-
ruary, 1942. M.P. 03337.


Supernumerary Probationer, Secre-
a Jumior Clerk, provisionally, with
15th January, 1942.
M.P. 02510.


BURN, A. A.,
tariat, to be
effect from


CAIN, H3. E. C., Messenger, Posts and Telegraphs
Department, to be a Supernumerary Proba-
tioner wyith effect from 16th January, 1942.
M.P. 02772.
CANTON, A. H., Probationer, to be a JunigEr
Clerk, on probation, with effect from 16th
January, 1942. M.P. 02769.
CANTON, G. B., Supernumerary Probationer,
to be a Junior Clerk, provisionally, with ef-
feet from 16th January, 1942. M.P. 02800.
FERGUSON, R. E., Third Class Clerk, Posts
and Telegraphs Department, to be a Second
Class Clerk, on probation, with effect from
15th January, 1942. M.P. 02182.
HYDE, C. B., Messenger, Treasury Department,
to be a Supernumerary Probationer with effect
from 17th January, 1942. M.P. 03132.
JEFFERY, P. R., Probationer, Secretariat, to be
a Junior Clerk with effect from 15th January,
ind? M.P. 02723.


N~o. 64.


M.P. 02865.


M.P. 02667.


No. 65.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 31st January, 1942.

DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.
Relinquishment.
It is notified that Mr. A. H. Anderson has
relinquished the office of Supply Officer with
effect from Ist February, 194T2.


G OV ERNMR~ENT



GAZETTE





4o BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Applications are invited for the post of As-
sistant, Quieen Street Government School, Belize.
Salary: $18.75, $25, $31.25 or $37.50 per month
according to certificate. Applicants should ivrite
to the Director of Education, Belize, stating their
qualifications and experience, and enclosing birth
certificate and originals of recent testimonials,
and must be prepared to take up duty on the
Ist March, 1942.
By Order.

B. E. CARMAN,
Director of Education.


BKITISI- HONDURAS, 1942.
isIn the Suprerie Court--Probate Side.
General Registry,
Belize, 8th January, 1942.
In the Goods of FRANCIS: GORDON late of
B~elize, Pensioner, deceased.

Application for Letters of Administration in
the above Estate .has been made by Frances
Leanora Gordon of~ Belize, Widow.
Tihe' flext of kin in partlictdar, and all 'persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monda'y the 2nd day of February, 1942,
why such letters should not be granted to the
said Frances Leanora Gordon.
A..O;. LO;NGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


S M.P. 02667.

Belize, 31st Jarnuary, 1942.


No. 66.


Edn. 1/42.

Educationz Office,
Belize, 3rd lanluary, 1942.

TEACHERS' AND PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1942.


DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.
Appointment.
It is notified that under the authority of RIegu-
.lation No. 50 (5) of the Defence Regulations,


91 39 (Statutory Rule and Order No. 69 of 1939), It is hereby notified for general information
His Excellency the Governor has appointed Mr. thit3 the .Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
J. R. Minty to be Supply Officer with effect from tidns, 1942, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday
Ist February, 1942. and Th~irsday, the Zth, 6th and- 7th May, 1942,
at Belize, also at Cayo, Coro~zal and Punta Gorda
if there are sufficient candidates at these places.
No. 67. MP;.P. 02644~. 2. App~lications for entry must be made on
Belize, 31st January, 1942. form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and mulst
NOTICE. reach the Education Office not later thanz the
.ti oiidta i ielny teGvro 31st Malrch, 1942. As after this date no entry
It s ntifed hatHisExcllecy he ovenorwill be received,, intending candidates should send
'has been informed by the Secretary of State for in their entries, duly completed and signed, as
the Colonies that the Swiss Legation has been early as possible so as to allow for possible de-
entrusted with safeguarding Japanese interests in lay iri the~ mail.
the United Kingdom and the Colonial Empire.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-
minded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
No.68.M.P 0216.the exairlination` involves his or her dismissal.'
4. Principal teachers are further reminded that
Belize, 31st January, 1942. no pupil, teacher can be engaged who has not
NOTICE. passed at least the First Year Pupil Teachers'
jExamiriation.
It is notified that regulations now in force per-
mit travelers to the United Kingdom to take
with then> 25 lb. of foo~dstitffs as personal ef-/
fects, but within that total there may hiot be more Edn. 4/4.1
than 5 Ib.- of any one rationed foodstujff.
Belize, 14th January, 1942.


N~o. 69


M.P. 01348.1 QUEENT STREET GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.


Belize, 31st Janruary, 1942.

sTATilTO.RY RULES ANJD ORiDERS.
The undaer-mentioned Sta-tutory Rule and Or.
der is published with this issue of the Gazette
and forms part thereof: -
N~o. 6 of 1942--Proclamation declaring
Thursday the 11th day of June, 1942, to be a
Public, and' Bank Holiday.


Belize, 31st Janualry. 1942.


No. 7o.


BILLS TO BE PRESENTED TO THE
LEG;ISLATIVE COUNCIL.
The under-mentioned Bills, the full text of eack
of which was published with the Gazette as
shown in parentheses, will be presented at a
forthcoming' rdeetiing to the Legislative Council
and notif:citioii iS hereby g'\ven in accordance
with the Standing Rides aird Odrderk:-
AI Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Trade Unions Ordinance, 1941 (No. 1 of 1941).
: : M.P. 03334.
A Bill~ entitled an Ordinance to amend the
Public Requirements Loan Ordinance, 1928
( 0.- 16 ojf 1~928) M.P. 0793.
(Published in Gazette dated 17th January, 1942.)

By Coinmand.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Co0loniail Secretary.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 71. Survey Department, District, situate on the left ascending the West-
ern Branch, Belize River, North by blocks Nos.
Belze 31t anury 192. 236 and. 237, East by Crown land, South by
block No. 233, West by block No. 235; being
LAND APPLICATIONS. block No. 2341 formerly leased by Wilfred Flow-
ers 25 acres
APPLICATIONS incneto wthCwn Jan. 12, 1942--FREDERICK N. SAND1-
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for FODBlzDitctstueonheetacnd
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity Eng Haulover Creek, Belize River, North by the
of making any representations to this office ini river, East by road reserve and Grant No. 4 of
relation to any such application. 1896, South by Crown land, West by Crown
Iland' and land leased to Christina Zetina; being-
Such applications will be inserted in at least) land held on lease by applicant 7 acres
three separate issues of the Gazette before they +**Jan. 16, 1942--JOSEPHINE JONES--Belize
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli- District, situate at Rockstone Pond Cohune Ridge,
cants must be prepared for this delay. North by Crown land and land occupied by M.
Thefelowig apliatins re erey ntifed.E. Lord, East by Section No. 32, South by road
Thefolowig apliatins re erey ntifed.reserve and Section No. 28, West by Section No.
30;q being Section No. 31 formerly approved to
By Order. Reginald Young 20 acres
** Jan. 20, 1942--CALISTRO ALDANA--
A. WOLFFSOHN, Belize District, situate to the East of the Santana
Reserve, North by land approved to Esau Bur-
Director of Surveys. gess, East by Crown land, South by land approv-
--- ed to A. R. Pickwood, West by road reserve and
Santana Reserve. 11a. 2r. 14-p.
TO Lease. j***Jan. 21, 1942--CHARLES EDWARPDS--
IToledo District, situate on the right ascending
Jan. 6, 1942-VICTOR COLINDREZ--To- the Punta Gorda-Colulmbia Road, North by
ledo. District, situate in the Village of Barran~co Crown land, East by land applied for by A.
Lot No. 105 McDowell, South by land applied for by James
** Jan. 13, 1942--JULIA ITZA--Cayo Dis- Williamns, West by road reserve and Indian Re-
trict, situate in the Village of Soccoths ser-ve; being land formerly applied for by Richard
Lots Nos. 125 & 126 Ramelam 20 acres
*** Jan. 19, 1942--ANSENCION DIEGO- i*** Jan. 26, 1942--MANUEL NEGRON--Bel-
Stann Creek District, situate in the Village of/ ze Distr~ict, situate -in the Rockstone Pond area
Seine Bight Lot No. 97 aInd to the west of land applied for by Reginald
*** Jan. 23, 1942--SIMEON T. A. MIDDLE- V. Daly, North by Crown land and land ap-
TON-Belize District, situate on the right ascend- proved to Joseph Conorquie, East by land applied
ing Black Creek, in the Black Creek Reserve at ifor by R. Van Daly, South by Crown land, W~est
Washing Tree Front Ridge, North by Crowni by a road reserve 19a. Ir. 01p.
land, East by Washing Tree Front Ridge and *** Jan. 26, 1942--REGINALD VAN DALY--
Crown land, South by Black Creek, West by Belize District, situate in the Rockstone Pond
Crown land 100 acres are an,,,d to the east of land approved to Joseph
Conorquie, North by Crown land, East by Crown
lan~d, Soutlh by Crown land, West by land ap-
TO PUF~haSO* plied for by Manuel Negron 1 ce
Nov. 26, 1941--MARCELINTO CARDENES
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending '*****-"
Columbia Branch, Rio Grande, North by land
applied for by Benanco Cruz, East by land ap- For a Free Granta.
plied for by Bartolo Rivero, South by Columbia
Branch, West by land leased by Domingo Re-j Dec. 22, 1941--ROCHES MARIN-Stann
quena 11 acres Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-
Nov. 26. 1941--BARZTOLO RIVERO--To- mye block No. 534 5 acres
ledo District, situate on the right ascending Coil **" Jan. 19, 1942--JOSEPH1 H. KIRK(WOOD--
umbia Branch, ]Rio Grande, North by land ap-j Belize District, situate south of the southern
plied for by Benancio Cruz, East by land occu-! boundary of Santana Reserve, North by Crown
pied by E. Duartez, South by the Columbia land, East by road reserve and the southern
Branch, West by land applied for by Marcelino boundary of Santana Reserve, South by Crown
Cardenes 10 acres land and land applied for by C. Burns, West by
** Dec. 13, 1941--ANDREW BURGESS--To- Crown land 28 acres
ledo District, situate on the left ascending Trio *** Jan. 20, 1942--JOHN~ ARMSTRONG--
Branch, Monkey River, North by Crown land, Cayo District, situate on the right ascending the
East by the river, South by Crown land, West Eastern Branch, Belize River, North by block
by Crown land; being a portion of land formerly `No. 25, East by block No. 35, South by the
held by Arthur Coleman 10 acres southern portion of block No. 34, West by block
Dec. 26, 1941--NATHANIEL BULL--To- No. 33; being the northern portion of block No.
ledo District, situate on the right ascending Bla- 34 formerly leased to Saturnino Gallego
den Branch, Monkey River, North by Crown 20 acres
land, East by Crown land, South by the river,/ ** Jan. 21, 1942--GEORGE E. L;EWIS--Belizre
West by Crown land; being a portion of land District, situate on the Muscle Creek Road, at
formerly held on lease by Isaac Gordon! (decd.) Boom Pine Ridge, Belize River, North by Crown
;10 acres land and land 'leased to William Arnold, East
** Dec. 30, 9191-CARLOS G. MEZA--Stann by road reserve and land leased to Joseph Ortiz
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-j and Crown land, South by the Muscle Creek
ing blocks Nos. 508. and 509 formerly leased to Road, West by Crown land 20 acres
Wtnilliam Card 7a. 3r. 27p. *** Jan. 26, 1942--GODWIN S. HALL--Belize
Jan. 3. 1942--RAFAEL GUERRA--Cayo/ District, situate on the Muscle Creek Road, at





iiITiSkM H'O DUR.S AM GATTE


IIoani Pine Ri~g-e, Belize: Rivet, North by Crown
land, East by laird applied for b'y G. E. Lew~is,
laird leased to Wi. Arnold anid road reserve, South
by land leased to W. Arnold and land aypplied
for1 by G`. E. Lti4is arid' the 10euscle Creek Road,
West by Crown land 20 acres



dghtCOidtiblt-ba~edSS*

M~.P. D.S. 1959--FER1V~ilN MORALES-i
Bel~ize District situate at Maskall Village, Nort-ttereus fth'
61rn River. ot No. 14. A h eus fte
lessee.
10a. I).S. 2054--CEFERINO MARIN-
'Stann Creek District, sittiate in the Village of
Seine Biglit. Lot No. 85. At the request of the
`lessee;


R i iT'liS HONDURAS, 1942.

lik the Stipreine Court--Probate Side.

General Registry,
Belize, 21st January, 1942.

lar the G'ood~s of ARTHUR MiONTAGUE
ROILElIY PlkliE late of Belize, Mercantile


M.P. 02780.

Department of Agriculture,
Belize, 24th Janzuary, 1942.

TENDERS FOR WOOD FUEL.


T~ndeirs are invited for sup'ISyinig ivdod fuel
to the undesr-me~ntelnred Gdvernnient Rice Mills
for period ending 31st December, 1942, vriz.:--

A. Puntdt Gordla Mills. 40 cords wood~ fuel to
be delivered at the mills in four lots of 10
cords each during, the first week of April,
July, October and December, 1942.
B. Belize Mills. 24 cords wood fuel to be de-
livered at the milts in four lots of 6 cords
each during the first week of April, July,
October and December, 1942.

Only~ liard Wood silch as Silly Young, Craboo,
SButton Wood, Mangrove, Billy Web, Cherry and
Malady will be accepted.

Tenders must li~e suibmiltedi to the Secretary of
t6e Boaird oif A~gficulture not later than l4th
Febrita'y, 1942. Th~e lowetst or. a~ny tender will
not n~ebessrily be accepted.


B'y Order.

J. F. WfARD,
'hair~man, Board of A gr,il Ilrler.


M.P. 0571.

Medical Department,
Belize, 31st January, 1 '42.


Clerk, deceased.
Application for Letters of Administratiori ill
the aboove Estate has been made by Eliza Vic-
toria Pr-ice of Helize, Widow- C
The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before 19onday the 9th day of February, 1942, No. 72.
why such letters should not b~e granted to thel
said Eliza Victoria Price'

A. C). LON~GSWORTH,


RegisPrarr Genleral.
,..,,.-- ,,,,,,,- ,,-,- /-,..

The Treasury'
Belize, 3rd Icinitary, 1942.
NOTICE.
fN~biME TAX.

Persolis liable to pay Incoine Tax are remind-
ed that they are required to file returns of their
mocomes mn respect of th8 year ending- 31st i9e:
comber, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.
2. kktetrils li ernitoyers of salaries, &c., slio~id
be forwardedl to. the Income Tax Braitch (Trea's-
tity) not later than the 31st March, 1942.
3. In the case of an~ipyrson carrying on busi-
ness, a cer~rlfled copy; of the Pr~ofit &e Loss Ac-
count and Tiaaine~ Sheet should~ accompany the
return. .
4~. All1 retu~rin. &c., should 1ek sent under. Con-
f del~ii3l Covr~C to the Icin~ie l'I'ak Branch (Trias-
ury), B~izie; or to tlie Diitrict Conitnissiozier in
an oui-ditrrier. from whom the necessary forms
cita be obtairied on a 1kf~illigi.
5. Failtu to file returns within the time hifi-
scribdd if 12 ill reidddr taxpayeis liable to
iRoseciitiori wit oft further warning;
Bjy Ordibr.
~. E. TUR14BlULL,


PHARMACEUTICAL SCHOOLS RECOG-
NIZED liY BOARD OF EXAM~iINERS OF
CHiEMIrifST ANjD DR~UGGIS~TS.

Pursuant~ to the p'rovisions of subsection 1, (b)
of section 3 of the C~hemists and Druggidfs Ordi-
nance,, 1939 (No. 17 of 1939), it is notified thiat
the following ~pharmaceutical schools are, for the
time being, recognized .by the Board of Examin-
ers of Chemists an1 Druggists:-

Sch-ools mn the Government Hospitals of.--
Kingston, famaica, B.W.I.,
Por E-67-Spailk, Trfiliidad, B`.W.I.,
Bridgetown, Barbados, B.W.I.,
Creo tb on, tiilish Giiiai~a;
illso s'cfl;obas recoginzed by the Pharmace~utical
C8116ge` 6f Cariada.

Biy Order.

R. L. CHEVERTON,
Senior Medical Offit-er,
iChairinan~, Boai-d of E~iamine~rs of





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 413


No. 73
District Comm~issioner's Office,
Stann, Creek, 27th January,, 1942. I

SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING. GAlZ ETTE

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace / Su~bscriPtion Rates.
acting in and for the Stann Creek District as The Gazette will be supplied to sub-
Licens~ng Magistrates and to all others whom
scribers at the rate of $4.00 for the
it may concern.
calendar year, payable in advance,
TAKE NOTICE that a special Licensing Meet- all subscriptions expiring on the 31st
ing for the Stann Creek District will be held in of December,
the District Commissioner's Court Room at Stann
Creek at 10 a.m. on Wednesday the 11th day of i )Single copies may be obtained from
Febr-uary, 1942, to take into consideration the the Government Printer at 15 cents
.application of WALTER MELCHOIR PETERS per copy.
for a Shop Liquor Licence for the sale of fer-
mented liquors and spirituous liquors in the house Rates for Non-official Notices.
and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate
on St. Vincent Street in the Town of Stann I First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
Creek, the property of the applicant. I Isingle column.

By Order. Second and every subsequent inser-
tion of the same notice, 25 cents per
ED. YAGUIREinch, single column
District Comm~issioner,
Stannl Creek.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that the following Trade Mark















is the exclusive Trade Mark of THE FEDERAL PAINT COMPANY, INC., a corpora-
tion organized and existing under the Laws of the Statie of New York, United States of
America, manufacturer of paints and paint materials with- offices at 33 Rector Street,
New York City, New York, United States of America.

The above Trade Mark comprises the word "Federal" and design and is applied to
paints and paint. materials by being attached to the containers by means of a label or
~painted on them.

Any person infringing or improperly using the above Trade Mark will be prosecuted
under Chiapter 207 of the Consolidated Laws of British Honduras, 1924, and oth-erwise
idealt with as the law allows.
DRAGTEN, WOODS & CO.,
Solicitors,
North Front Street, Belize, for and on behalf of
THE FEDERAL PAINT COMPANY, INC.








Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 7th February, 1942.
The following particulars relating to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Pub~lic Service are published
for gener-al information.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.
.------ --... .

N~o. 74. M.P. 02118.

RESUMPTIION OF DSUTY.

HUG~SHES, Hi. J., Magistrate, ]Belize, resumed
duty with effect from Ist February, 1942.


announced that a state of war exists between
Great Britain and Thailand as from 25th Janu-
ary, 1942.


BEILIZE, 7th FEBRUARY, 1942


NIo. 9


Page 45


Nl*o. 78.


M.P. 02,768.


Belize, 5th Febr~uary, 1942.

CORIRIGENDUM.

Notice No. 63 of the 31st January, 1942, pub-
lished in Gazette No. 8 dated the 31st January,
J1942, is hereby amended by the substitution of
the following:-
LONGSWORTH, L. F., Messenger, Labour
Department, to be a Junior Clerk with ef-
fect from 15th January, 1942.


No- 75.


M.P. 01235.


Colonial Secretary's Office.
Belize, 4th February, 1942.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
Resignation.
His Exce~llncy the-Gjovernor has accepted the
resignation of the Honourable Mr, H. I. Mel-
hpado, O.B.E., J.P., from his appointment as a
member of the Executive Council of British Hon-
dluras with effect from the 30th January, 19)42. .


Noc. 79.


M.P. 0472.


Belize, 7th Februarry, 1942.

TOURIST COMMITTEE.

Appointment.

His ~Excellency the Governor has appointed
Captain M. S. Metzgen, M.B.E., to be Honorary
Secretary of the Tourist Committee with effect
from ist Febi-uM-y, 1942, vice Mr. A. H. Ander-
son, resigned.


M.P. 01235.

Belize, 4th2 Febr~uary, 1942.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
Appointment.


No. 76.


No. 80.


M.P. 0955.


His Excellency the Governor has appointed L.
P". Ayuso, Esquire, to be provisionally a member
of thie Executive Council with effect from the
4th February,' 1942.


Belize, 7th Februrary, 1942.


DEFENCE FORCE.
Promotions.

His Excellency the Governor and Commander- -
in-Chief has made the following promotions in .
the British Honduras Defence Force with effect
fr~om 1st February, 1942:--


M.P. 03310.


N~o. 77.


Belrize, 4th February~, 1942'

WAR WITH THAILAND.

His Excellency the Governor directs that it be


jlliS HOI\OUI' Llt~ Ll~\t;l ius~rL~


GOVERNMENT~~II'JT





46 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 7 of 1942--The PFeight Passenger Vehi-
cles and Ommibuses (Restriction) Regulations,
1942. M.P. 02948.
No. 8 of 1942--Proclamation bringing into
operation the Prize Courf(Fees Rule No. 2),
1940 (S. R. & O. No. 53 of 1941).
M.P. 02645.
No. 9 of 1942-T'1he Sugar (Maxlimum Prices)
Order, 1942. M.P. 01809.
No. 10 of 1942--The Corozal D~istrict (Pro-
hibited Area) Rescission Order, 1942.
M.P. 02873.

By Commahd-
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


Boom Cemetery.

All that lot, piece or parcel of land situate
in the Pine Ridge near the village of Boom
on the south side of the Belize to Cayo Road
and bounded on the north by Grant No. 8 of
1941 to the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary
Trust Association on the east by a road reserve,
on the south by a road reserve and on the west
by land held on location ticket in the name of
Cyril Kerr, the whole comprising I acre 1 rood
and 14 poles.
R. L. CHEVERTON,
Senior Medical Officer,
Chairman of Central
Board of Health.


GAZ ETTE

Subscription Rates.

The Gazette will be supplied to sub-
peribers at the rate of $4.00 for the
calendar year, payable in advance,
all subscriptions expiring on the 31st
of December.

Single .copies may be obtained from
the Government Printer at 15 cents
per copy.

Rates for Non-official Notices.

First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
single column.

Second and every subsequent inser-
tion of the` same notice, 25 cents per
inch, single column


w Stolf Burn i forwarded by the Controller of Imports to Wash-
Sington and Ottawa.
SWilliam FTindlay Jex Bow- 3. Forms CS-7 and CS-7A must be submitted
tenan andto the Imports Control Department along with
Julio Lizarraga the corresponding AP applications. The Control-
It- `ler of Imports will decide whether the reasons
given on the CS forms constitute sufficient evi-
M.P.0269.'dence of essentiality, and if not, such applica-
M.P 0279.tions will be rejected. Forms CS-7 and CS-7A
Belize, 7th February, 1942. may be purchased at local printing establishments.
BAND CONTROL. J. R. MINTY,


Lieutenant Andre\
to be Captain,
Second Lieutenant
man to be Lieu
Second Lieutenant
to be Lieutenan


N~o. 8I.


CONTRAIL


With reference to Notice No. 524 published Controller of Imports.
in the Gazette of the 9th September, 1939, Hisi
Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified
that His Majesty THE KING has issued a Pro- No. 84.
clamation dated the 22nd January, 1942, by vir- Medical Departmnent,
tue of which the articles specified in the said
Notice are deemed to be the articles which shall Belize, 7th Febrrnuay, 1942.
be treated as Contraband- of War during the con-
tinuance of the war with ~Bulgaria. PUBLIC CEMETERY.

It is hereby notified that under the Public
No. 82. Belize, 7th February, 1942- Health Ordinance--Chapter 53 of the Consoli-
dated Laws, 1924, as amended by the Public
STATUTORY RULES A'ND ORDERS. Health (Transfer of Powers) Ordinance, 1938`
( No. 23 of 1938), the following is now established
The under-mentioned Statutory Rules and Or- a public cemetery, to which Statutory Rule and
ders are published with thlis issue of the Gazette IOrder No. 96 of 1941, published in the Gazette
and form: part thereof:- i of the 27th December, 1941, relates:--


NTo. 83
Imports Contrvol Departmenzt,
Belize, -7th~ February, 1942.

CERTIFICATES OF ESSENTIALITY.

As many orders from Tinporters in this Col-
ony to firms in the United States of America and
Canada have been refused on account of insuffi-
cient evidence of essentiality, arrangements have
now been made whereby bleh particulars may i
be submitted on forms designed for this purpose.
2. Form CS-7 should be used on all purchases
from United States firms, and Form CS-7A on
purchases from Canadian firms. These forms
should be submitted in quadruplicate, two copies
remaining with the Imports Control Department
and two copies with the' Importer. The Import
Control Department will send the CS-7 copies to
the Colonial Supply Liaison, .Washington, D.C.,
and the CS-7IA forms to the Export Permit
Branch, Department of Trade and Commerce,
Ottawa, Canada. When applications for Permits
are made by American and Canadian firms to
export merchandise to British Honduras, such ap-
plications will link up with the recommendations





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 85. Survey Department.. Jan. 16, 1942-J~OSEPHINE JONES--Belize
Belize, 7th February, 1942. District, situate at Rockstone Pond Cohune! Ridge,
North by Crown land and land occupied by M.
E. Lord, East by Section No. 32, South by road
LANDB APPLICATIOS.3S reserve and Section 190. 28, West by Section No.
30; being Section No. 31 formerly approved to
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown Reginald Young 20 acres
Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for Jan. 20, 1942-C=ALISTRO ALDANA--
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity; Belize District, situate to the East of the Santana
of making any representations to this office in; Reserve, North by land approved to Esau Bur-
relation to any slich application. gess, East by Crown land, South by land approv-
Such applications will be inserted in at least Sntt nA Reseickood Wetbyr ad1 se e and.
three separate issues of the Gazette before they ** Jan. 21, 1942--CHARLES EDWARDS-
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli- Toledo District, situate on the right ascending
cants must be prepared for this delay. the Punta Gorda-Cohi~mbia Road, North by
The following applications are hereby notified. Crown land, East by land applied for by A.
Mcnowell, South by land applied for by James
By Order. W'illiams, West by road reserve and Indian Re-
serve; being land formerly app~led for by Richard
Ramelam 20 acres
A. WOLFFSOHN, **Jan. 26, 1942-MP~A.NUEL NEGrRON--Bel-
Director of Surveys. ize District, situate in the Rockstone Pond area
and to the west of land applied for by Reginald
-- V. Daly, North by Crown land and land ap-
proved to Joseph Conorquie, East by land applied
To Lease. for by R. Van Daly, South by Crown land, W~nest
Sby a road reserve19.I 0p
? Jan.- 13, 1942--JULIA ITZA--Cayo Dis-j ** Jan. 26, 1942--REGINALD VAN DAILY--
trict, situate in the Village of Soccoths B~elize District, situate in the Rockstone Pond
Lots Nos. 125 & 126 area and to the east of land approved to Joseph
** Jan. 19, 1942--AN SENCION DIEGO-- Conorqluie, North by Crpwn land, East by Crown
Stann Creek District, situate in the Village of landi, South by Crowli land, West by land ap-
Seine Bight Lot No. 97 plied for by Manuel` Negiron 15 acres
** Jan. 23, 1942--SIMEON T. A. MIDDLE- *** Jan. 29, 1942--CECILO VAIREZ--Toledo
TION--Belize District, situate on the right ascend- District, situalte at Punta -Yeacos Lagoon,. North
ing Black Creek, in the Black Creek Reserve at by Gr-ant No. 18 of 1895, East by land applied
Washing Tree -Front Ridge, North by Crowni for by Fred Cabral,. South by land leased by
land, East by Washing Tree Front Ridge and HenryI Coleman, West by Crown land 5 acres
Crown land, South by Black Creek, West by *** Jan. 29, 1942--HEN~RY GENUS--Toledo
Crown land 100 acres District, situate on the right ascending Columbia
*** Jan. 23, I1942--EULALIA ARANA--Toledo B ranch, Rio Grande, North by Crown land, East
District, situate in the Village of Barranco bSy land applied for by Cyril Genus, South by
Lot No. 123 Columbia River, West by Cr-own land 10 acres
\*** Jan. 29, 1942--SOLOMON VELASQUEZ- I*** Jan. 31, 1942-IFIELICIANO RODRRIGUEZ
Toledo District, situate in the Village of Bar- --Beize District, situate on the east side of the
ranco Lot: No. 133 Belize-Corozal Road,.at the 37 M:Ie post, North
f** Feb. 3, 1942--FREDERICK A. BURN-i by land occupied by Maary A. Frazer, East by
Cayo District, situate on the right ascending Bel- Cro~wn land, South by ~Crown land, West by the
ize River at Mounlt Hope Barquedier, Iguana road; being the soilthern portion of land former-
Creek Estate, North by Crown land, East by ly approved to Enos Hutchinson 5 acres
Crown land, South by the river, West by Crown *** Feb. 2, 1942--SI1\iON AVILEZ-Belize Dis-
land: being a portion of the land formerly ap- trict, situate on the west side of the Belize-Coro-
plied for by N. L. A. Collins 50 acres zal R~oad at the 379:Mile post, North by Crown
land, East by the road, South by land applied
~I Ifor by Casey Hernandez, West by Crown land;
OIE PUFlChaSe. being aapo tionnof the land formerly approved
*** Oct. 27, 1941--MARTIN ]PASTOR-S'tann .+ F~eb. 2, 1942--PERCIVAL G. JENKINS--
Creek District, sitilate in the Carlb Reserve; be- Behize District, siturate bn the south side of North-
ing block No. 19 5 -acres ern Lagoon, Manatee, North by the lagoon, East
Dec. 13, 1941 ANDRiEW BURGESS--To- by Crown land, South bty Crown land, West by
ledo District, situate on the left ascending Trio Crown land adjoining Wagner Lagoon; being
Branch, Monkey River, North by Crown land, land formerly leased to Egbert S. Rowland
East by the river, South by Crown land,. West 5 acres
by Crown land; being a portion of land formerly
held by Arthur Colemhn 10 acres I
*** Dec. 15, 1941SELVYN GORDON---Tole-j FOar ree rant,
do District, situate on the right ascending Bladen
Branch, Monkey River, North by land formerly Jan. 19, 1942--JOSEPH H. KIRKWOOD--
leased to Mafin Galvez, now Crown land, East Belize District, situate south of the southern
by Crown land, South by road reserve and land/ boundary of Santana Reserve, North by Crown
apIilied for by Philip Garay, West by Crown land/ land, East by road reserve and the southern
and the river; being a portion of land formerly boundary of Santana Reserve. South by Crown
leased by James Logan 1 acres land and land applied for by C.- Burns, West by
Dec. 30, 1941--CARLOS G. MEZA-Stann Crown land 28 acres
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-/ i** Ja~n. 20, 1942--JOHN ARMSTRONG--
ing:.blocks Nos. 508 and 509 formerly leased to Cayo District, situate ~on the right ascending the
William Card 7a. 3r. 27p. Eastern Branch, Belize River, North by block





48 BRI'IISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 25, East by block No. 35, South by the
southern portion of block No. 34, West by block
No. 33; being the northern portion of block No.
34 formerly leased to Saturnino Gallego
20 acr-es
Jan. 21, 1942--GEORGE E. LEWIS--Belize
District, situate on the Muscle Creek Road, at
Boom Pine Ridge, Belize River, North by Crown
land and land leased to William Arnold, East
by road reserve and land leased to Joseph Ortiz
and Crown land, South by the Muscle Creek
Road, West by Crown land 20 acres
**Jan7. 26, 1942--GODWIN S. HALL--Belize
Dist-rict, situate on the Muscle Creek Road, at
Boom Pine Ridge, Belize River, North by Crown
land, East by land applied for by G. E. Lewis,
land leased to W. Arnold and road reserve, South
by land leased to W. Arnold and land applied
for by G. E. Lewis and the Muscle Creek Road,
West by Crown land 20 acres


CanCO elakicbn-he eagiSOS

M.P. S.G. 87-22--CAMILLE LOCARIO-
Stann Creek District, situate at North Stann
Creek. 2a. 3r. 35p. Owing to the death of the
lessee.
M.P. S.G. 348-30--LIBORIO MARTINEZ
--Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gorda. Lot No. 173. For non-payment of rent.
M.P. S.G. 497-31--KARL FLOWERS--
Stann Creek District, situate on the road from
M~ullins River to Stann Creek. 50a. 3r. 8p. At
the request of the lessee.
M.P. D.S. 3020--ALLAN E. CARTER_
Belize District, situate at: Hector Creek Lagoon,
Sibun River. 100 acres. At the request of the
lessee.



C:aela~incellationsLoto TicketS. .

M.P. D.S. 4138--THOMAS TERR'Y--Stann
Creek District, situate at North Stann Creek. 7a.
2r. 37p. For non-payment of the first instalment.


District Comm7issioner's Of~fice,
Stann Creek, 27th January, 1942.

SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.

To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the Stann Creek District as
Licensing Magistrates and to all others whom
It may concern.
TAKE NOTICE that a special Licensing Meet-
ing for the Stann Creek District will be held in
the District Commissioner's .Court Room at Stann
Creek at 10 a.m. on Wednesday the 11th day of
February, 1942, to take into consideration the
application of WALTER MELCHOIR PETERS
for a Shop Liquor Licence for the sale of fer"
mented liquors and spirituous liqluors in the house
and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate
on St. Vincent Street in the Town of Stann
Creek, the property of the applicant.

By Order.

ED. L. YSAGUIRRE,
District Commissioner,
~Stann Citeek.


The Treasury,

Belize, 3rd January, 1942.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.

Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind-
ed that they are required to file returns of their
incomes in respect of the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.

2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should
be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
Sury) not later than the 31st March, 1942.

3. In the case of any person carrying on busi-
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany the
return.

4. All returns, &c., should be sent under Con-
Idential Cover to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
ury), Belize, or to the District Commissioner in
an out-district, from whom the necessary forms
can be obtained on application.

5. Failure .to file returns within the time pre-
scribed by law will render taxpayers liable to
Prosecution without -further warning.

By Order.

R. E. TURNIBULL,
Income Tax Commissioner.




M.P. 02780.

Department of Agriculture,
Belize, 24th january, 1942.

TENDERS FOR WOOD FUEL.

Tenders are invited for supplying wood fuel
to the under-mentioned Government Rice Mills
for period ending 31st December, 1942, viz.:--

A. Punta Gorda Mills. 40 cords wood fuel to
be delivered at the mills in four lots of 10
cords each during the first week of April,
July, October and December, 1942.

B. Belize Mills. 24 cords wood fuel to be de-
livered at the mills in four lots of 6 cords
each during the first week of April, July,
October an~d December, 1942.

Only hard wood such as Silly Young, Craboo,
Button Wood, Mangrove, Billy Web, Cherry and
Malady will be accepted.

Tenders must be submitted to the Secretary of
the Board of: Agriculture not later than 14th
February, 1942.- The lowest or any tender will
not necessarily be accepted.

By 'Order.

J. F. WARD,
Chair'inain, Board of Agricuilture.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 49


No. 86.
Loanl Boardl Office,
Belize, 6th Februaryi, 1942.

BY ORDER OF THeE MORTGAGEE.

TOa BE SOILD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
ousel~ at Belizep


plan of the town of Belize the boundary line
w~hereof startling from the south-west cor-ner of
the said lot runs northward adjoining Crown
land thirty-four feet six inches or thereabouts
and thence eastward f:fty-five feet or there-
abouts and thence southward adjoining land
now in the possession of M~argaret Willoughby
thirty-four feet six inches or thereabouts and
thence westward back to the starting point
f~ifty-five feet or thereabouts being the said


several dimensions little more or less, being the
PARTICULARS. pr'operty of Benjamin Hyde.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate For further particulars and conditions of sale
on the north side of the town of Belize having a3pipy to the office of the Belize Loan Boardl.
a frontage on the continuation of North Front(
Street of thirty-four feet ten inches which lot
of land is bounded on the south-west by North
Front Street aforesaid on the north-west one
hundred and thirty-two feet by premises now No. 89.
er formerly belonging to Mrs. Lydia Hendy i
on the north-east thirty-four feet ten inches by Belize, 6th February, 1942.
Other property of the late Joseph Alexander
Collins and on the south-east one hundred and BY ORDER OF THE MORCTGAGEE.
thirty-two feet by property of Ebenezer Beven
together with all buildings and other erections TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
standing and being thereon, the property of the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
Clifford Emmanuel Betson. cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.


For further particulars and conditions of sale:
appl~y to the office of the Belize Loan Board.



No. 87.

Belize, 6thi Februar~y, 1942.

BY ORDER OF THIE MORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre- )
oiey an th afternoon, in front of the Court


PARTICULARS.
ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
on the south side of the town of Belize andi
forming part of the lot No. 690 on the official
plan of the ,town of Belize the same being
bounded on the north twenty-one feet by Dean
Street on the east forty-four feet five inches
or thereabouts by land of Emily Ada Price
on the south twenty-one feet by the lot No.
6,91 on the plan and on the west forty-four feet
five inches or thereabouts by George Street to-
gether with all buildings and erections stand-
tn and ebeingR teon be the property of


PARTICULARS. For further particulars and conditions of sale
Supply to the office of the Belize Loan Boar'd.
ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
at the corner of Cockburn Lane and Albert
Street bounrded on the north by property of
Caroline Broaster on the south by Cockburn
Lane on the east by property of Susan Robin- No. go.
son and on the west by Albert Street together
with all buildings and erections thereon which Belize, 6th Februa~r, 1942.
lot or parcel of land is the lot numbered 144
on the official plan of the town of Belize be-
ing the property of Adelaide Flowers and Aus- BYODRO HEMRGGE
tin Flowers.
TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
For further particulars and conditions of sale the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
appl totheoffce f th Be~zeLoa Bord. cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
appl tohe ffic oftheBelm Lon Bard; iHouse at Belize.

PARTICULARS.

No. 88. ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
at Tigris Street on the south side of the town
Belize, 6th February, 1942. of Belize and bounded on the north by Tigris
Street fifty feet or thereabouts on the south
.BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. by West Street fifty feet or thereabouts on the
Seat by lot No. 1522 eighty feet two inches or
TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday thereabouts on the west by lot No. 1524 twenty
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre_ feet two inches or thereabouts being lot No.
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court 1523 on the official plan of the town of Belize
House at Belize. together with all buildings and erections stand-
ing and being~ thereon being the property of
PARTICULARS. James Herman Belisle.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land being/ For further particulars and conditions of sale
111111 of f~lPf 0fn 110mhilfTSO4~ an 911$1 official apply to the office of the Belize Loan Board.





So BRITI[SH HONDURAS GAZETTE


The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday the 23rd day of February, 1942,
why such letters should not be granted to the
said Gertrude Moore and Hermina James.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,

Registrar General.


SNo- 93-
District Commissioner's Office,
Stannt Creek, 31st lanualry, 1942.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
lands are notified in the Governmen~t 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 ap-
plicants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

ED. L. YSAGUIRRE,
District Commzissioner, Stann Creek,


No. 91.

Belize, 6thz Febnrary, 1943.

BY ORDER OF TH-E M&ORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.
PARTICULARS.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
at Pickstock Street on the north side of the
town of Belize and bounded on the north by
premises of Estella Haylock twenty feet or
thereabouts on the south by premises of Wil-
liam Price twenty feet or thereabouts on the
east by premises of Benjamin Flowers fifty-
one feet or thereabouts on the west by premises
of William Price fifty-one feet or thereabouts
together with all buildings and erections stand-
ing and being thereon being the property of
Mary Flowers.

For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the office of the Belize Loan Board-

L. A. JEFFERY,
Secretary, Belize Loan Board-


BRITISH HONDURAS, 1942. .

In the Supreme Court---Probate Side.


NLo. 92.

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1942.

In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.

General Registry,
Belize, 30th Janiuary, 1942.

In the Goods of ISABEL LAING late of Belize,
Widow, deceased.

Application for Letters of Administration cum
testamento annex in the above Estate has been
made by Gertrude Moore of Belize, Widow, and
Hermina James of Point Placencia, Married
Woman.


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 the 31st
of December.

Single copies may be obtained from
the Government Printer at 15 cents
per copy.

Rates for `Non-official Notices.

First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
single column.

Second and every subsequent inser-
tion of the same notice, 25 cents per
inch, single column


General Registry,
Belze 21t anury 192. Dec. 23, 1941--PETRONA GOMEZ--Stann
ICreek District, situate in the Town of Stann
In the Goods of ARTHUR MONTAGUECre LoNo67
ROKEBY PRICE late of Belize, Mercantile Jn ,14lBT ATIL -tn
Clerk, deceased. Creek District, situate in the Town of Stann

Application for Letters of Administration inCreLoNo74
the above Estate has been made by Eliza Vic- Jan. 12, 1942--CARLOS NOLBERTO--
toria Price of Belize, Widow. Stann Creek District, situate in the Town of
Stann Creek Lot No. 498
The next of kin in particular, and all persons
:n general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before Monday the 9th day of February, 1942,'
wihy such letters should not be granted to the
said Eliza Victoria Price.

A. O. LONGSWORTH, G ZE T

Registrar General. Subscription Rgates.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 51


In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation 50 (I) of the Defence Regulations,
1939 (Statutory Rules & Orders, 1939, No. 69), the Supply Officer hereby orders as follows:--
The following maximum wholesale and retail prices shall be effective as from 5th February,
1942.


.RETAIL

"A" "B"


ARTICLE

FLOUR (other than baker's, whole
wheat, Mririam, Obelisk, Five
Roses, Star, Purity, Highland
Beauty and Ruler) .
Two or more pounds ..
In lots of not less than 25 sks.

RICE .
In lots 5 to ro sacks .
In lots II sacks and over


N.B.--The Prices in Column "A4" apply to Belize; to all points on the Belize River below, and including,
Burrell Boom; and to all points up to Mile Twenty on the Belize-Cayo Road and Mile Twenty-Pive on th'e
Helize-Orange Walk Road. The prices in Column "B" apply to the rest of the Belize District and to Beaver
.Dam in the Cayo District.

I1EAT: FR1ESH, maximum wholesale price to be paid for cattle bought on the hoof:--
9e per lb. of dressed meat as wYeighed at the Slaughter House.
Maximum retail price for beef at the Belize Market:
F~oreqluarters Iae per lb. Hindquarters 15e per lb.
CABBAGE: FRESH, ,maximum retail price, Belize only- ... 12e per lb.
EGGS: Maximlum retail price Belize only) 4/ each .. 45e 'per dozen.

3---i---

The Order made on the 21st January 1942, and published in the Gazette of 24th January,
1942, is hereby rescinded.:
J. R. MINTY,
II 1 Su~pply Officer.


No. 94.


S~uPfly Office,
Belize, 5thz February, 1942.

MAXIMU~gM WHOLESALE ANDN RETAIL PRICES.


WHOLESALE




$;2.90 per sack (96 or 98 lb.)

$2.80 per sack (96 or 98 lb.)

$9.30 per sack (224 lb.)
$9-15 per sack (224 lb.)
$9.oo per sack (224 lb.)


4e per lb.
4e


Se 5e per lb.


BEANS, R. K. .. .. .. ..
Two or more pounds ..
In lots not less than I,ooo lb.
BEANS, CALIFORNIA PINK ..
In lots not less than I,ooo lb.

LARD (not including, Chicharron,
Crisco, Spry, Trex & Rexo)
In lots of not less than 250 lb.

:MARGARXINE (loose) .. .. ..
In lots of not ~less than 250 lb.

BEEF, SALT (other than Boneless) ..
BEEF, SALT (Boneless) .. .


To e per lb.

$10.25 per loo lb.
8ae per lb. ..
$8 0 per loo lb.


.16e per lb.
$15 -50 per loo lb.

.I6Qe per lb.
$16.oo per Ioo lb~.


. z 2 3e per lb.
. 1)e Is Je per lb.

. Ioe e per lb.



. 8e 19e per lb.


. 81e 19)e per lb.


. .. zre z ze per lb.
. .. 25e 26e per lb.


BEEF, CORNEFD (other than L~ibby) ..

MlILK, CONDENSED (48s)
BLUE CROSS, BETTY
& MlILKMAID Brands .-
OTHER BRANDS .. .


$9-75 per case (48s) ..


23e 23c per tin


$7 -35 per case ..
$6.85 per case ..


. oe 17ie per tin
.. 1e 16e per tin


MhILK, EVAPORATED


6 ounce ..


.. .. .. .. 6e 6fe per tin
.. .. e Ize per tin
(No extra charge for refrigeration)


14 ounce .


SUGAR, PLANTATION WHITE..
SUGAR, BROWN (including v.p. crystals)


$~6.50 per loo lb.
$4-50 per loo lb.


ye per lb.
Se per lb.


..7e
.. e





52 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 95-
SUMMi~T B~A RY OF Ma~EaTEORO LOGRAL~:~:I: CTI'' TL'FV ATIOM'f?',
During thre month of D~ecem~ber 1941r.

BAROMETER STATION PRESSURE IN INCHES.
(At M.S.M. and Gravity of Latitude 17" 30') (Barometer cistern 17 ft. above Mean Sea L~evel)f
(Absolute Exstremes of Pressure)
Average Monthly Meant -- -- ---- -- ------
Highest Date LowNest Date

2'9.900 30.020 12th & 29th 29.790 23rdI, 24th &
25th

TEMPERATURES IN THIE SHADE--(Fahrenheit Degrees).
Mean Daily Mean Daily Average Monthly Mean (Absolute Extremes of Temperature)
Maximum Miinimum of Daily M~aximum and -- -- ---
Temperature Temperature Minimum Temperatures H'ighest Date L~owest Date

82.8 70.4 76.6 92.0 26thL 64~.0 5th1

RELATIVE HUMIDITY--(taken from Wet and Dry Bulbs).
Average Monthly Mean Highest Date L Towest Date

92% I To% 4th & 19th. 64% jth

WIND MOVEMENTS IN MILESS-(Standard Anemometer above ground 45.7 ft.).
Average Hourly Velocity Prevailing D~irection Maxcimum Volocity and Direction Date

7a m.p.h. N.T E. 22 mI.p.h. E. 24th

PRECIPIT`ATION~-(in1 inches an1 ILundushbll.).
Total Amount Greatest Amnount in 24 consecutive hours Date

11-54 2. IO 29th

RALPH A. GILLI, Mr !.~-~.' L al Observ~er.


RAINFrALL BELIZE.

MONTH I935 19361 1937 1938 I939 I194 1942.

January 3.65 4-59 5.69 8.89 4-3I 4.18 2.62
February 2. I6 3-85 I.05 4-3S 3-71 .22 I. 12.
March 3.20 1.47 395 0.35 I-49 -55 17y&
April I.Io 4-30 5.08 I.49 0.63 1-50 2.4I
May 0.13 10.14 2.5I 548 2.18 349 10.67-
June 3.20 I530 11.26 9.85 4.65 6 .6 2.27'
July 54I II.98 10-55 3.98 5-87 I4-72 4.68
August 7.21 6-56 6.4I 10-77 5-95 5.6~9 9.3I
September 5.o9 12.83 10.69 12-13 10.76 1 9.68 12.26
October 2427 14-37 8.29 12.08 '6.o8 18 .76 It.04.
November 8.21 23.90 4.87 8.52 1.27 9.68S 9.63-
December 2.28 2.51 5.08 3-3I 7.24 6.r8 11.54

65-91 1II.80 75-43 81.zo 54I4 9234
The mean annual rainfall in Belize for the years Igo6 to 1939 wras 81.88 inches. During this period;
the highest recorded rainfall was 130.94 inches in 1911, and the lowest 42.36 inches in 1923


By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,

Colonial Secretary.


~M.P. oor g.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE Se


Belize, 7th February, 1942.

SCHOOL OFFICERS FOR COMPULSORY
ATTENDANCE 'AREAS.

Under the provisions of section 29 of~the Edu-
cation Ordinance, No. 14 of 1926, H:s Excellency
the Governor has-

(1) varied as indicated with effect from the
27th January, 1942, appointments of School
Officers for Compulsory Attendance Areas,
published in the G'azette as shown in paren-
theses--

(i) by deletion of the words "Esperanza
Bank" under the heading "Belize District"
and substitution therefore of the words "St.
Paul's Bank" (Notice No. 474, published 12th
August, 1939); and
(ii) by the deletion of the word "Newtown"
under the heading "Stann Creek District"
and substitution therefore of the word "Hop-
kins" (Notice No. 183, published 19th March,
1927); andi
(2) with reference to Gazette Notice No.
474, published on the 12th August, 1939, ac-
cepted the resignation of Mr. V. Meighan as
School Officer for the Freetown (Sibun) Com-
pulsoryi Attendance Area with effect from the
1st January, 1942, and revoked his appointment
accordingly.

By .Order.

B. E. CARMAN,
Director of Edlucationt.



:No.98.S

BRITISH HONDURAS, 1942.

In the Supreme Court--Probate Side.

General Registry,
Belize, 31st Ja~nuary, 1942.


Edn. 1/42.) No. gy.


Edn. 92/39.


Educationl Office,
Belize, 3rd Janluary, 1942.

TEACHERS' ANDP PUPIL TEACHERS'
EXAMINATIONS, 1942.

It is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1942L, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, the 5th, 6th and 7th May, 1942,
at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Pulnta Gorda
if there are sufficient candidates at these places, I

2. Applications for entry must be made on
formn 5 for the Teachers' Exam nations and form i
6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and must
,reach the Educationt Office nlot later than the
31st Adarchr, 1942. 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 de-
lay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-
minded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal.

4. Principal teachers are further reminded that
no pupil teacher canl be engaged who has not
passed at least the First Year Pupil Teachers'
Examination.



Ednl. 4/41.



QUEEN STREET GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.

Applications are invited for the post of As-
sistant, Queen Street G~overnment School, Belize.
Salary: $18.75, $25, $31.25 or $37.50 per month
according to certificate. Applicants should write
to the Director of Education, Belize, stating their
qualifications and experience, and enclosing birth
-certificate and originals of recent testimonials,
and must be prepared to take up duty on the
Ist March, 1942.


~t C_ ___ jIn1 the M/atter of the Estate of JOHN CRAW-
FORD) late of Hill Bank, deceased.
o. 96. Edn. 59/35.
T'he Official Administrator having filed in this
Belize, 7th Februrary, 1942. Office an Information under section 5 of Chap-
Iter 211 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, pray:ng
COM6PULSORY ATTENDlANCE AREAS. :fo- ~Letters of Administration to collect, anldac-


N~i


cordilng to law, dispose of certain goods, chattels
and moneys which were of the said deceased,
NOTICE is hereby given that His Honour the
Chief Justice granted this day to the said Of-
ficial Administrator, Letters of Administration
authorising him to collect and preserve the goods
and chattels of the said John Crawford and to
sell and dispose of any such as may be of a
perishable nature or may be likely to deteriorate
in value by being kept or which for being stored
or warehoused may occasion expense dispropor-
tionate to their value, and at the end of one
calendar month from the date of the grant, the
Official Administrator may proceed to adminis-
ter the said estate, unless in the meantime Letters
of Administration shall be applied for.


Under the provisions of section 27 of the Edu-
.cation Ordinance, No. 14 of 1926, His Excellency
the Gjovernor, with the consent of the Board of
Education, has varied as indicated with effect
from the 27th January, 1942, declarations regard-
ing Compulsory Attendance Areas, published in
.the Gazette as shown in parentheses-
(i) by the deletion of the words "Esperanza
Bank" under the heading "Belize District" and
substitution therefore of the words "St. Paul's
Bank" (Notice No. 473 published 12th August,
1939); and
(ii) by the deletion of the word "Newtown"
amder the heading "Stann Creek District" and
substitution therefore of the word "Hopkins" j
(Notice No. 77 published 29th January, 1927,


A. O. LONGSWORTH,





54 BRITISH HONDUR;AS GAZETTE


Belize, 3rdl February, 1942.

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 27th February, 1942, at 2 p.m. in accord-
ance with section 26 of Chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. Clearance warrants will not be
accepted after the 24th February, 1942.


Importing Ship & Date.


~


NO. C)C.


Custom House.


Marks & Nos.


Particulars.


"'Laguna" 3.3.41
"L. M. Marie" 3.3.41

"Abangarez" 30.6.41
"Afri-Kola" 10.7.41










"Fanchote" 11.7.41
"Romulus" 11.7.41
"'Husvik"' 15.9.41
"Merchiston" 15.9.41
"Heron" 13.10.41
"XH-TAD" 17.11.41
"'General Tosta" 17.11.41


Will Bodden I Pkg. Pants'
No /M 2 Sacks Beans (damaged by Hurricane)
2 Tins ground Coffee
1 Ctn. Glassware
F. Basqluet 1 only Clay Dog
E. Hleck 1 only pr. Shoes
M. Lima 1 only pr. Slippers
J. Cano I only pr. Leggings
I. Corvo 6 pcs. C.P. Goods
D. Adolphus 3 lb. Blk. Beans
4 tins Evap. Milk
F;. Dixon 12 Pkts. Cigarettes
D. Elliott 6 Pkts. Cigarettes
2 Prs. Tennis
1 Pkg. Tea (in Pkts.)
1 Basket White Sugar
H-. & H. 3 Dutch Stoves
N/M 1 Case Tractor Parts
N /M 1 Bdl. Sandals
Taca 1 Ctn. Radio Part
1 Ctn. Bicycle..


R. K. MASSON,


































No. 10 BELIZE, 14th FEBRUARPY, 1942 Page 55


RELINQUISHMENT.
BOWEN, F. C. P., Colonial Postmaster, ceased to
act as Magistrate, Belize, with effect from ist
February, 1942.


No. rIo. M.P. 0831.

SECONDMENT.
GABOUltEL, R. E., Senior Clerk, Secretariat,
seconded to the office of Assistant Colonial
Secretary, with full claim to pension, from 1st
February, 1942.


I ~~__~ __ __


M;.P. 02390.
Belize, 12th Februrary, 1942.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 14th February, 1942.
SThe following particulars relating to appoint-
ments, etc., in the Public Service are published
for general information.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


No. 103.


ORDINANCE.
His Excellency the Glovernor has been inform-
ed by the Secretary of State for the Colonies
that His Majesty will not be advised to exercise
his power of disallowance with respect to the
under-mentioned Ordinance:--
No. 19 of 1941--An Ordinance to amend
the Belize Fire Brigade Ordinance--Chapter
119 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.


M.P. 02258.


No. Too.


N~o. 10.4.


M.P. 0220.


Belize. 14th Febr~uary, 1942.

STATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and Or-
der is published with this issue of the Gazette
and form's part thereof:--
No. 11 of 1942--The Belize Town Board
Property Tax Order, 1942.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


M.P. 02679.

Colonial Secretary's Office,


No. Toz.


The Treasury,
Belize?, 3rd January, 1942.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.


Belize, 9th February, 1942.

CONTRABAND CONTROL-

With reference to Notice No. 524 published
in the Gazette of the 9th September, 1939, His
Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified
that His Majesty The KINTG has issued a pro-
clamation dated the 9th day of December, 1941,
by virtue of which the articles specified in the
said notice are deemed to be the articles which
shall be treated as contraband of war during the
continuance of the war with Hungary.


Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind-
ed that they are required to file returns of their
incomes in respect of the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should
be forwarded to the Income Tax Branch (T'reas-
ury) not later than the 31st March, 1942.


GOVERNMENT~I



GAZETTE

BRITISH# HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.







j~ BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


~llll~~ll~P~13~----~-------r~-~-~--


BRITISH HONDURAS, 1942.

In the Supreme Court-Probate Side.

General Registry,

SBelize, 31st Janurary, 1942.

In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN CRAW-
FORD late of Hill Bank, deceased.

The Official Administrator having filed in this
Office an Information under section 5 of Chap-
ter 211 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, praying
for Letters of Administration to collect, and ac-
cording to law, dispose of certain goods, chattels
and moneys which were of the said deceased,
NOTICE is hereby given that His Honour the
Chief Justice granted this day to the said Of-
ficial Administrator, Letters of Administration
authorising him to collect and preserve the goods
and chattels of the said John Crawford and to
sell and dispose of any such as may- be of a
perishable nature or may be likely to deteriorate
in value by being kept or which for being stored
or warehoused may occasion expense dispropor-
tionate to their value, and at the end of one
calendar month from the date of the grant, the
Offloial Administrator may proceed to adminis-
ter the said estate, unless in the meantime Letters
-of Administration shall be applied for.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.

Loan Board Office,
Belize, 6th February, 1942.

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.
TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.

PARTICULARS.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
on the north side of the town of Belize having
a frontage on the continuation of North Front
Street of thirty-four feet ten inches which -lot
of land is bounded on the south-west by North
Front Street aforesaid on the north-west one
hundred and thirty-two feet by premises now
.or formerly -belonging to Mrs. Lydia Hendy
on the north-east thirty-four feet ten Inches by
nhto- er roprty of the late Josepnh Alexaunder


3. In the case of any person carrying on busi-
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany the
return.

4. All returns, &ic., should be sent under Con-
f:dential Cover to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
ury), Belize, or to the District Commissioner in
an out-district, from whom the necessary forms
canl be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file returns within the time pre.
scribed by law will render taxpayers liable to
prosecution without further warning.

By Order,

R. E. TURNBULL '
Inlcomne Tax Commissioner.


IEdn. 1/42.

Education Office,
Belize, 3rd January, 1942.


TEACHERS' AND PUPIL TEACHERS,
EXAMINATIONS, 1942.

it is hereby notified for general information
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
tions, 1942, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, the 5th, 6th and 7th May, 1942,
at Behize, also at -Cayo, Corozal and Punta Gorda
if there are sufficient candidates at these places.
2. Applications for entry must be made on
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and must
reach the Education Office not later than the
31st 1March, 1942. 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 de-
lay in the mail.
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-
minded that failure by a pupil teacher to take
th- examination involves his or her dismissal.
4. Principal teachers are further reminded that
no pupil teacher can be engaged who has not
passed at least the First Year Pup:1 Teachers'
Examination.


Edn. 4/41-


Collins and on the south-east one hundred and
Belize, 14th january, 1942. thirty-two feet by property of Ebenezer Beven
together with all buildings and other erections
QUEEN STREET GOV-ERNMENT SCHOOL. standing and being thereon, the property of
Clifford Emmanuel Betson.
Applications are invited for the post of As-j For further particulars and conditions of sale
sistant, Queen Street Government School, Belize. apply to the office of the Bel:ze Loan Board.
Salary: $18.75, $25, $31.25 or 537.50 per month
according to certificate. Applicants should write
to the Director of Education, Belize, stating their
qualifications and experience, and enclosing birth
certificate and originals of recent testimonials,'
and must be prepared to take up duty on the Belize, 6th February, 1942.
1st March, 1942.


BY ORDER OF THIE MORKTGAG;EE.
TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pr~e-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.


By Order.

B. E. CARMA~N '
Director of Education.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAiZETTIE 57


/_J____ m___ _-l___ a -

SBRITISH HONDURAS, 1942.

In the Supreme Court -Probate Side.

General Registry',
Belize, 30th January. 1942.

In the Goods of ISABEL LAING late of Belize,
Widow, deceased.

Application for Letters of Administration cum?
testamento an~nexo in the above Estate has been
made by Gertrude Moore of Belize, Widow, and
Hermina James of Point Placencia, Married
Woman.

The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or


PARTICULARS.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
at the corner of Cockburn Lane and Albert
Street bounded on the north by property of
Caroline Broaster on the south by Cockburn
Lane on the east by property of Susan Robn-
son and on the west by Albert Street together
with all buildings and erections thereon which
lot or parcel of land is the lot numbered 144
on the official plan of the town of Belize be-
ing the property of Adelaide Flowers and Aus-
tin Flowers. |

For further particulars and conditions of salel
apply .to the office of the Bel~ze Loan Board. I




Belize, 6th Febrular~y, 1942.

BY ORDER OF THE MWORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.

PARTICULARS.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land being
part of the lot numbered 649 on the officials
plan of the town of Belize the boundary line
whereof starting from the south-west corner of
the said lot runs northward -.adjoining Crown
land thirty-four feet six inches or thereabouts.
and thence eastward fifty-five feet or there (
about and thence southward adjoining land
now in the possession of Margaret Willoughby
thirty-four feet six inches or thereabouts and
thence westward back to the starting point
fifty-five feet or thereabouts being the said
several dimensions little more or- less, being the
property of Benjamin Hyde.

For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the office of the Bel ze Loan Board.


Belize, 6th February, 1942.


BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.

PARTICULARS.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
at Tigris Street on the south side of the town
of Belize and bounded on the north by Tigris
Street fifty feet or thereabouts on the south
by West Street fifty feet or thereabouts on the
east by lot NVo. 1522 eighty feet two inches or
thereabouts on the west by lot No. 1524 twenty
feet two inches or thereabouts being lot No.
1523 on the official plan of the town of Belize
together with all buildings and erections stand-
ing and being thereon being the property of
James Herman Belisle.

F~or further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the office of the Belize Loan Board.


Belize, 6th February, 194~2.

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on MIonday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
1 0iy iz afternoon, in front of the Court

PARTICULARS.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
at Pickstock Street on the north side of the
town of Belize and bounded on the north by
precmises of Estella Haylock twenty feet or
ther~eabouts on the south by premises of Wil-
liam _Price twenty feet or thereabouts on the
east by premises of Benjamin Flowers fifty-
one feet or thereabouts on the west by premises
of William Price fifty-one feet or thereabouts
together with all buildings and erections stand-
ing and being thereon being the proper-ty of
Mary Flowers.


Belize, 6th Februarry, 1942. For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the office of the Belize Loan Board.


BY ORDER OF: THE MORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.

PARTICULARS.

ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
on the south side of the town of Belize and
forming part of the lot No. 690 on the official
plan of the town of Belize the same being
bounded on the north twenty-one feet by Dean
Sti-eet on the east forty-four feet five inches
or thereabouts by land of Emily Ada Price
on the south twenty-one feet by the lot No.
691 on the plan and on the west forty-four feet
five inches or thereabouts by George Street to-
gether with all buildings and erections stand-
ing and being thereon being the property of
the estate of Richard Bateau.

For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the office of the Belize Loan Board.


L. A. JEFFERY,
Secretary, Belize Loan2 Board.





j8 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


before Mlonday the 23rd day of February, 1942,
why such letters should not be granted to the
said Gertrude Moore and Hermina James.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Registrar General.


District Commrrissionzer's Office,
Stannl Creek, 31st January, 194-2.

LAND APPLICATIONS.

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

Suich applications will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that ap-
plicants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

ED. L. YSAGUIRRPE.
District Commissioner, Stann Creek.



Dec. 23, 1941--PETRONA GOMEZ--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Town of Siann
Creek Lot No. 679

Jan. 1, 1942-OBITA CASTRILLO-Stann


TO PUFCkaSe.


N~o. Io6.


Survey Department,


Belize, 14th February, 1942.

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 will be inserted in at least
Ihree separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli-
cants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.

A. WOLFFSOH-N,
Director of Surveys.
---------

To Lease.

Jan. 19, 1942--ANSENCION DIEGO--
Stann Creek District, situate in the Village of
Seine Bight Lot No. 97
Jan. 23, 1942--SIMEON T. A. MIDDLE-
TON-Belize District, situate on the right ascend-
ing Black Creek, in the Black Creek Reserve at
Washing Tree Front Ridge, North by Crown
land, East by Washing Tree Front Ridge and
Crown land, South by Black Creek, West by
Crown land 100 acres
** Jan. 23, 1942--EULALIA ARANA--Toledo
District. situlate in the Village of Barranco


Crceki District, situate in the Town of Stann Lot No. 123
Creek Lot No. 7741 ** Jan. 29, 1942--SOLOMON VELASQUEZ--
iToledo District, situate ini the Village of Bar-
Jan. 12, 1942-CARLOS NOLBERTO-- ranco Lot No. 133
Stann Creek District, situate in the Town ofi ** Feb. 3, 1942-FIREDERICK A. BURN--
Stann Creek Lot No. 498i Cayo District, situate on the right ascending Bel-
ize Riiver at Mount Hope Barquedier, Iguana
Creek Estate, North by Crown land, East by
No. 105. Crown land, South by the river, West by Crown
land; being a portion of the land formerly ap-
District Comlmissioner's Office, plied for by N. L. A. Collins 50 acres
Punta Gorda, 10thz Februanry, 1942.
***:" Feb. 5, 1942--SYDNEY E. LESLIE--Belize
LAND APPLICATIONlaS. District, situate at the north-east corner of Nor-th
iDrowned Caye, North by the sea, East by the
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown sea, South by Crown land, West by Crown land;
lands are notified in the Government Gazette for being land formerly leased to John E. Leslie
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity 5 acres
of making any representations to this office in "** Feb. 5, 1942--ALBERT E. BEUCHOT--
relation to any such application. StannI Creek District, situate on the sea coast at
Commerce Bight, North by Crown land, East
Such application will be inserted in at least byr the sea, South by land known as Hopkins,
three separate issues of the Gazette befor-e they Wiest by the lagoon and Crown land; including
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that ap- the caye at the mouth of Freshwater Lagoon
plicants must be prepared for this delay. a acl fln
*** Feb. 6, 1942-WILLIAM F. FLOWERS--
The following application is hereby notified. Belize District, situate at Peccary Hills, Manatee,
By OrderNorth by land leased to Silvanus Goff, East by
land leased to R. H. Panton and S. Garbutt,
ED. YAGUIRE, South by land approved to Margaret Danielson,
West by Crown land; being land held on lease
District Commissioner, Toledo. by applicant 4 acres


TO LEASE.


Feb. 10, 1942--SISTA PALACIO--Toledo *** Oct. 16, 1941--REUBIN EMMANUEL--
District, situate in the Town of Punta Gorda Stann Creek District, situate in the vicinity of
Lot No.256. 101 Miles on the Stann Creek Valley Road,





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 59


North by Crown land, East by land approved to ** Feb. 2, 1942--PERCIVAL G. JENKINS--
Richard Ambrogie, South by blocks Nos. 257 Belize District, situate on the south side of North-
and 258, West by land approved to W. B. Rudan( ern Lagoon, Manatee, North by the lagoon, East
10 acres by Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
** Oct. 27, 1941--MARTIN PASTOR--Stann Crown land adjoining Wagner Lagoon; being
C`Creek District, situate in the Carlb Reserve; be- land formerly leased to Egbert S. Rowland
ing block No. 19 5 acres 5 acres
** Dec. 15, 1941--SELVYN GiORDON--Tole- *"* Feb. 7, 1942-W;ILLIAM WADE--Belize
do District, situate on the right ascending Bladen District, s;tuate on the left ascending Manatee
Branch, Monkey River, North by land formerly River, North by the river, East by land ap-
leased to Majin Galvez, now Crown land, East/ plied for by Hugh McDonald, South by road
by Crown land, South by road reserve and land reserve and Crown land, West by road reserve
.applied for by Philip G~aray, West by Crown land and land applied for by Thomas Bowen; being
and the river; being a portion of land formerly land formerly leased to Benjamin Hume
leased by James Logan 10 acres 20a. Ir. 15p.
*** Jan. 3, 1942-ITRENO CARILLO--Cayo *** Feb. 10, 1942--EDWARD M. LEWIS--Bel-
District, situate on the left ascending the West-j ize District, situate at Big Ridge, Sibun River,
ern Branch, Belize River, North by block No. North by road reserve and Section No. 9, East
233, East by block No. 257, South by block No. by road reserve and Section No. 11 (A. T. Hyde),
228, West by the river; being block No. 232 for- South byi Section No. 19, West by the western
merely leased to Francisco M. Alvarez 50 acres portion of Section No. 10; being the eastern por-
"***Jan. 14, 1942-ADOLPH GARVIN and tion of Section No. 10 15 acres
ELAINE J. BAILY--Toledo Distr:ct, situate on
the right ascending Temash River, known as Red "~a"""~~"~"--
Bank, North by Crown land, East by Crowni a reGat
land, South by land applied for purchase by A. O re at
Gfarvin and E. J. Baily and Crown land, West by
Crown land 15 acres *** Jan. 5, 1942--ELISEO GONTGORA--Cayo
Jan. 21, 1942 CHARLES EDWARDS-- District, situate 11 miles south-east of Benqlue
~Toledo District, situate on the right ascending Viejo, North by block No. 569A., East by block
the Punta Gorda-C-olumbia Road, North by No. 567, South by block No. 581, Westby Crown
Crown land, East by land applied for by A. land; being a portion of block No. 567 20 acres
McDowell, South by land applied for by James *Ja.0,14 JON AMT NG
Wlilliams, West by road reserve and Indian Re- Cayo District, situate on the right ascending the
:serve; being land formerly applied for by Richard Eastern Branch, Behize River, North by block
Ramelam 20 acres No. 25, East by block No. 35, South by the
Jan. 26, 1942--MANUELZ NEGRON-B1el- southern portion of block No. 34, West by block
ize District, situate in the Rockstone Pond area No. 33; being the northern portion of block No.
aInd to the west of land applied for by Reginald 34 formerly leased to Saturnino Gallego
V. Daly, North by Crown land and land ap-i 20 acres
proved to Joseph Conorquie. East by land applied *ianl. 26, 1942--GODWIN S. HA~LL-Beize
for by Ri. Van Daly, South by~ Crown land, W~est District. situate on the Muscle Creek Road, at
.By a road reserve 19a. Ir. 01p. Boom Pine Ridge, Belize River, North by Crown
Jan. 26, 1942-RXEGINALD VAN D)ALY__ land, East by land applied for by G. E. Lewis.
Belize District, situate in the Rockstone Pond land leased to W. Arnold and road reserve, South
area and to the east of land approved to Joseph by land leased to W. Arnold and land applied
Conorquie, North by Crown land, East by Crown for by G. E. Lewis and the Muscle Creek Road,
.land, South by Crown land, West by land ap- West by Cr~own land 20 acres
plied for by Manuel Negron 15 acres
** Jan. 29, 1942--ECILIO VAIREZ--Toledo *** Jan. 29, 1942--FEDERICO LA\MB-Cayo
District, situate at Punta Yeacos Lagoon, North District, situate in the Iguana Creek Estate, North
by Grant No. 18 of 1895, East by land applied by block No. 28, East by block No. 16, South
for by Fred Cabral, South by land leased by by block, No. 6, West by block No. 18; being
Henry Coleman, West by Crown land 5 acres block No. 17 20 acres
** Jan. 29, 1942--HENRY GENUS--Toledo *** Feb. 4, 1942--FREDERICK C. P. BOWEN
District, situate on the right ascending Columbia --Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Branch, Rio Grande, North by Crown land, East Belize River, North by Crown land, East by land
by land applied for by Cyril Genus, South by of E. J. Hoflus, South by land the property of
Columbia River, West by Crown land 10 acres E. W. M. Bowen, West by Crown land 20 acres
Jan. 30, 1942--JOSE M;. GAILVEZ--Cayo
District, situate near the Cayo-Benque Viejo
Road, North by block No. 256, East by block jNo. 10o7.
No. 223, South by block No. 222, West by block
No. 224; being block No. 230 formerly leased District Commissioner's Office,
to Eusebio Uke 33a. 3r. 17p.Orneal,1hFbury192
** Jan. 31, I192--FELICIANO RODRIGUEZ
---Belize District, situate on the east side of the NRHR ITIT
Belize-Corozal Road, at the 37 Mile post, North
by land occupied by Mary A. Frazer, East by Sitting of Cou~rt (Outdistricts).
Crown land, South by Crown land, West by the
road: being the southern portion of land former- NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of
ly approved to Enos Hutchinson 5 acres the provisions of the District Commissioners
** Feb. 2, 1942--SIMON AVILEZ--Belize Dis- Ordinance--Chapter 172 of the Consolidated
trict, situate on the west side of the Belize-Coro- Laws, 1924--as amended by the District Com-
zal Road at the 379 Mile post, North by Crown missioners (Amendment) Ordinance, 1933 (No.
Stand, East by the road, South by land applied 19 of 1933), and in pursuance of the District
,for by Casey Hernandez, West by Crown land; Courts Civil Procedure Ordinance--Chapter 177
being a portion of the land formerly approved of the Consolidated Laws, 192 -as amended by
to David Warren 15 acres the District Courts Civil Procedure (Amendment)





13RITISH HONDURALS GAZETTE


Ordinance, 1934 (No. 7 of 1934), the District No. 110.
Commissioner intends visiting the Hill Bank area
on the 23rd February, 1942, when Courts will BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT: Toledo Dis-
be held at th~e villages of Hill Bank and Robert trict.
Wade at 9.0() a.m. and 2.00 p.m. respectively for
the transaction of all business connected with the Be it remembered that on the 10th day of Sep-
Court. i tember, 1941, complaint was made before H. S.
R assim, Acting District Commissioner and one of
All those concerned are hereby notified to be i His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
andappar t te aov-nintinedvilageorI the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
place at the date and time appointed for such ] British Honduras Company Ltd., being the own-
Court. *ers or occupiers of certain land, to wit:
46,014 acres in the Toledo District, and with-
in the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
By Order, and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes
on such land in the Toledo District up to
the year 1941-42, amounting to $690.21, with-
E. O. B. BARROW, in the meaning of the Land and Property
District Commissioner, Tax Ordinance-Chapter 24 of the Consolidated
Northern Distr~ict. Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to wit, on the
17th day of December, 1941, at Punta Gorda
the parties aforesaid appear before me the under-
signed District Commissioner but the said British
Hondur-as Company Ltd., although duly called
N~o. 108. doth not appear by themselves, their Counsel,
or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved
on7 oath, that the said British Honduras Company
Magistrate's Officte, Ltd., by three consecutive publications in the
Belize, 12th Febrluary, 1942. Gazette, dated 15, 22, 29.11.41, have been duly
served with the summons on this behalf which
Required them to be and appear here at this day
SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING- before such Justices of the Peace for the said
To he orsipfl te Jsties f te Pa~eColony as should now be here, to answer the
To te WrshifultheJustcesof te Pacesaid complaint and to be further dealt with ac-
acting in and for the Belize District as Licensing cording to law; and now having heard the matter
Magistrates and to all others whom it may con- of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said Brit-
cern. lish Hlondur'as Company Ltd., to pay to the said
TAKE NOTICE that a Special Licensing Meet- Ceko or h u f$9.1frhiho
ing of the Justices of the Peace for the Belize o rbfr h 1tMrh 92 et n
Disric wil b hed i th Maistates Curtalso to pay to the said Clerk of Court the sum
Room, Belize, at 10:00 in the forenoon on Fri- ofoedla o / ot nti eaf
day the 20th day of February, 1942, to take into Gofiven under my hand and seal, this 17th day
conideaton heappictio ofJoe MrtnezofDecember in the year of our Lord one
Burial for a Publican's General Liquor Licence tosn iehnrdadfryoea ut
for the sale of liquors in the house and appur- Gjorda in t-he Colony aforesaid.
tenances thereunto belonging situate on Lot No. -
444 at the corner of Orange Street and Duck H. S. RASSIM,
Lane, Belize. Actingl Distric~t Commtissrioner,
Toledo.

By Order. """""""""
No. III.
H-. J. HUGHES,
'BRITISH HONDUTRAS, TO WIT: Toledo Dis-
Magistrate~, Belize. trict.
B e it remembered that on the 10th day of Sep-
---- ------ itember, 1941, complaint was made before H. S.
SRassiml, Acting District Commissioner and one of
No. 109- His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said ColonyJ of British Honduras, for that
NOTICE. G L. SHAW, being the owner of certain land,.
to wit: 8,329 acres situate at Deep River, Toledo:
TAKE NOTICE that in adbordance with the! District, and within the jurisdiction of the Court
provisions of the Criminal Procedure (Preliminary did neglect and does still neglect to pay arrears
Inquiry) (Amendment) Ordinance, 1940 (No. 21 of taxes on such land in the Toledo District up
of 1940), the Supreme Court will sit on Tuesday, to the year 1941-42 amounting to $249.86, with-
17th February, 1942, at 11 o'clock in the fore- in the meaning of the Land and Property Taxe
noon to pass sentence on Maurice Vernon who Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws,.
has pleaded guilty to a charge of uttering a false 1924, and now at this day, to wit, on the 17th
docuentcentaryto ectin 29 oftheCriina day of December, 1941, at Punta Gortla the par-
Code as amended by the Criminal Code (Amend-tisaoeadperbfremthunrine
ment) Ordinance, 1939 (No. 10 of 1939), and on D~strict Commissioner but the said G. L. Shaw
Valerio Rodriguez who has pleaded guilty to a although duly called doth not appear by him-
charge of housebreaking contrary to section 208 self, his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satis-
of the Criminal Code. factorily proved on oath, that the said G. L,
/Shaw, by three consecutive publications in the
A. O. LONGSWORITH, Gazette, dated 15, 22, 29.11.41 has been duly
Served with the summons on this behalf which
Regitr~,ar General. requir-ed him to be and appear here at this day





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 61


before such Justices of the Peace for the said Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day
Colony as should now be here, to answer the 'of December in the year of our Lord one
said complaint and to be further dealt with ac- thousand nine hundred and forty-one at Punta
cor-ding to law; and now having heard the matter Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.
-of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said G.
L. Shaw to pay to the said Clerk of Court the
sum of $249.86 forthwith or on or before the II. S. RASSIM,
31st March, 1942, next, and also to pay to the Acting District Comzmissioner,
said Clerk of Court the sum of one dollar for
his costs in this behalf. Toledo.



*Cudstom2 House,

Belize, 3rd February, 1942.

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 27th February, 1942, at 2 p.m. in accord-
ance with section 26 of -Chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. Clearance warrants will not be
accepted after the 24th February, 1942.


I~IOIB~~sl~C~~~BSL~as~aCPP~sPL~e~.~


L


Impotirtg Ship & Date.


Marks & Nos.


Particulars.


"Liaguna" 3.3.41
'"]. M. Marie" 3.3.41

'"Abangarez" 30.6.41
"Afri-Kola"' 10.7.41


Will ]Bodden I Pkg. Pants
No/M 2 Sacks Beans (damaged by Hurricane)
2 Tins ground Coffee
1 Ctn. Glassware
F. Basquet 1 only Clay Dog
E. Heck 1 only pr. Shoes
M. Lima 1 only pr. Slippers
J. Cano 1 only pr. Leggings
I. Corvo 6 pcs. C.P. Goods
]D. Adolphus 3 lb. Blk. Beans
4 tins Evap. Mbilke
F. Dixon 12 Pkts. Cigarettes
D. Elliott 6 Pkts. Cigarettes
2 Prs. Tennis
-1 Pkg. Tea (in Pkts.)
1 Basket White Sugar
H-. & H. 3 Dutch Stoves
N /M 1 Case Tractor Parts
N/M 1 Bdl. Sandals
Taca 1 Ctn. Radio Part
1 Ctn. Bicycle,


"Fanchote" I1.7.41
-'Romulus" 11.7.41
"HWusvik" 15.9.41
"Merchiston" 15.9.41
"Heron" 13.10.41
"XH-TAD>" 17.11.41
"General Tosta" 17.11.41


R. K. MASSON,

Collector of Custom~s.


TO LEASE.


No. 112.
District Comnmissioner's Office,
Punzta Gor-da, 7th Februairy, 1942.
LAND) APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
lands are notified in the Gover-nment Gazette for
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
of making any representations to tlyis office mn
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 ap-
plicants must be prepared for this delay.


Jan. 5, 1942--ADRIANO
Toledo District, situate in the
Gorda,


Jan. 28, 1942--BERNARD
Toledo District, si ate in the
Gorda '


N. ARANA-
town of Punta
Lot No. 497.


R. AVILEZ--
town of Punta
Lot No. 76.


CANCELLATION-LEASES.


The following applications are hereby notified. I


By Order.

H. S. RASSIM,
Acting District Commissioner, Toledo.


M.P. S.G. 285-33--JOSE CASIMIRO--To-
ledo District, s:tuate in the town of Punta Gorda,
Lot No. 49. For non-payment of rent.






62 BRITISH HONDURAS -GAZETTE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .

that the following Trade Mark






is the exclusive Trade Mark of STANDARD
BRANDS INCORPORATED, a corporation or-
ganized under the laws of the State of Delaware,
United States of America, and doing business at
595 Madison Avenue, New York City, County
and State of New York, United States of Ameri-
ca.

The above Trade Mark consists of a label with
the word "FLEISCHMANN'S" printed thereon
and generally claimed for compressed yeast and


yeast mixtures adapted for use as food alone or
for itse in the making of bread and bread stuffs-
or other food products, and in general substances
used as food or as ingredients in food, and in
applied or affixed to the goods or to the packi-
ages containing the same, by placing thereon a
printed label on which the Trade Mark is shown.

Any person infringing or improlperly using the
above Trade Mark will be prosecuted under
.Chapter 207 of the Consolidated Laws of British
Honduras, 1924, and otherwise dealt with as the
law allows.

DRAGTEN, WOODS & CO.,
Solicitor~s,

North Front Street, Belize, for and on
behalf of STANDARD BRANDS INT-
CORPORATED.
































I


II~-U~IUrl~UBSEI~m~i~~~lllll~B1~i~1
I


No. X11


BELIZE, 21st FEBRUAR`Y, 19B42


Page 63


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 21st February, 1942.

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

By Command.

R. E. TURNBU3eLL,
Colonial Secretary.


FERGUSON, R. E., Second Class Clerk, Posts
and Telegraphs Department, transferred to Pub-
lic Works Department with effect from 15th
February, 1942. M.P. 02182.
HUIILSE, S. E,., First Class Clerk, Education De-
partment, transferr-ed to Treasury Department
withl effect from 15th F~ebruary, 1942.
MW.P-. 0)1747.
LORD,. E. G., Second Class Clerk, District Com-
mnissioner's, Oaffice, Toledo, tranlsferred to Cus-
tomls and HI-arbour Department witlh effect
from~ 15th February, 19427. M.P. 01062.

SMITHM, H. K., First Class Clerdk, Iistr~ict Ciom-
mlissioner's Office, Stann Creek, transferred to
Education Department with effect from 15th
February, 1942. MC.P. 01'793.

USHIER, R. J., Third Class Clerk, Audit D~epart-
ment, transferred to Registry Branch, Judicial
Department, with effect from 15th February,
1942. M.P. 02418.


M.P. 03281.


So. II3.


APPOINTMENT.

WHAIRTON, Dr. S. H., to be a Medical Officer,
British Hionduras, temporarily, with effect from
12th January, 1942.

Dr. Wharton arrived in the Colony on the
13th Februar-y, 1942.


M.P. 01235.

Colonial Secr~etar~y's Offic~e,
Belize, I 7th Febrvitary, 1942.


No. Ir4.


LEAVE GRANTED.

LOhRING, R. H., Junior Clerk, Medical Depart-
ment, vacation leave with effect from 16th
February to 15th April, 1942.


EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

His Majesty the Kingp has been grac-iously
pleased to approve of the retention, within the
Colony of British Honduras, of the title "Hon-
ourable" by Henry Ignatius Melhado, Esquire,
O.B.E., on his retirement from membership of
the Executive Counc:1.


No. 115-


TRANSFERS.


CATTOUSE, A. E., First Class Clerk, Customs
and Harbour Department, transferred to Dis-
trict Commissioner's Office, Stann Creek, with
effect: from 15th February, 1942.
M.P. 02677.

ELLIOTT, E. S., Third Class Clerk, Registry
Branch, Judicial Department, transferred to
District Commissioner's Office, Toledo, with
effect from 15th February, 1942.
MBP 111111


No. 117.


M.P. 01235.


Belize, 17th Febrauar, 1942.

Appointment.

With reference to Notice No. 76 of the 4th
February. 1942, it is notified that in pursuance
of His Majesty's instructions conveyed by the
RiPht Hollorable the Secretary of State for the


GOVERNdMIENT





BRI TID S H HON D U RA~S

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


M.P. 02579.~ L;






(34 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


___ ~ __ ____~_ I_*___ I_ _____ 1__1 _____II__


Colonies, His Excellency the Governor has ap-
pointed L. P. Ayuso, Esquire, to be a member
of the Executive Council with effect from the
4th February, 1942.


No. TI9.


MI.P. 02645.


Belize, 21st February, 1942.

STATUTO.RY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and Or-
der is published with this issue of the Gazette:
and forms part thereof:--


No. 12 of 1942--Proclaiming that war with
Thailand has broken out.



By Command.


R. E. TURNBULL,

Colonial Secretary.


M.P. 01235.


Belize, 17tht Febnrary, 1942.


Appointment.

It is notified that in pursuance of His Majesty's
instructions conveyed by the Right Honourable
the Secretary of State for the Colonies, His Ex-
cellency the Governor has appointed A. N.
Wolffsohn, Esquire, to be a member of the Execu-
tive Council with effect from the 17th February,
t1942.


No. fro.


M.P. 01542-


Colonial Secvrtary's Office,
Belize, 2Ist February, r942.

BRITISH HONDURAS CHARITABLE TRUSTS, LTD).

T'he following Returns of the Revenue and Ex~pendliture of the British Honduras Charitable Trusts Ltd.,
for the periods stated are published pursuant to section 6 of the Charitable Lotteries Ordinance, 1937 (NTo. 6 of
I937).
By Command.

R. E3. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.



THE BRITISH HONDURAS CHARITALE TRUSTS, LIMITED.
STATEMENTS OF RECEIPTS & DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE PERIOD NOV. 28th 1937
to DEC. 31st 1938.


DISBURSEMENTS.

Statutory Payments.
Io/hof Gros nReceipt to .
Stamp Duty on Tickets sold
Amlt. Distributed in prizes


Management Expenses
Printing Stationery &r
Advertisement .
Incidental Expenses ..
Clerical Assistance .
Franco &~ Ellis .

Balance at Bank .


RECEIPTS.

Balance at Bank .
Sale of Lottery Tickets.
5ith Drawing Mar. 8th 1938
6th Drawing Dec. 14th 1938


$80.85


b107.60
63-f88
699-40




$47.60

Tog.oo
80.00


8490.00
586.oo


$1r,076o.00


B870.88






$240.84
45-13

$1.156.85


$1,I56.85


BALANCE SHEET--as at DECEMBERI 31srt 1938.


LIABILITIES.
Solicitor's Fee for Formation
&r Registration of Company
Balance at Credit .. ..


ASSETS.
Desk & Swivel Chair at cost
Depreciation at loro9,

Cash with Royal Bank of
Canada .. .
Less uncollected Prizes or
unpaid cheques .


$3L.40



68.76

23.63


b70.oo
4 -29


29 I




$145 -13

$74-29


$74.29


Exramined.
Da. P. UTTLEY,
A udi'tor, I 8.2.42.





BRITISHW~' HONDURAS GAPZEPl`TTE 6:


THE BRITISH HONDURAS CHARITABLE TRUSTS, LIMITED.
STATEMENTS OF RECEIPTS &f DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE PERIOD JAN. 1st 1939) to
AUG;. 6th 1940.


rr~--~l~msl-a~marmrirnam.


RECEIPTS.
Balance at Bank
7th Drawing Apr. 27th 1939
8th Drawing Aug. 3rd 1939
9th Drawing Dec. 7th 1939
Amt. overcollected in gth
Drawing .
Ioth Drawing Apr. 18th r940
Irth Drawing Aug. 6th 1940
Amt. collected for Tickiets not


.purchasers .. ..


DISBUrRSEMENTS .
Statutory Payments.
loO/o of G~ross Receipts to
Charity Fund ... 457-55
Stamp Duty on Tickets sold 290.91
A4mt. Distributed in prizes 34og.37

Management Expenses
Printing Stationery &

Anidna Epeneses 88
Clerical Assistance 354 S
Pranco &r Ellis .. .. 72-50

Balance at Bank .. .. l128.46
Less uncollected Prizes ... 26 -51

Cash on hand
C1. Davis P. Note


$4513


$785.oo
I,oo4.oo
139g7.00
Io.oo
I,056.50
833.oo


TOI.95
7-94
,2.oo

$4,935 3


4,890.50


$4935 -63


BALANCE SHEET--as at AUG., 31st 1940.


LIABILITIES.


ASSETS.
Desk & Swivel Chair at cost
Depreciation at lo% (for I yr.)
Cash writh Royal Banlk of
Canada .
Less uncollected Prizes ..


Nil


29.r6
2.92
----, If.2

128-46
26.5T
-- 10. 95
7.94
22.co

915 .1


Cash on Ha1d
C. Davis P. Note


BALAN;2CE AT` CREDIT



EXASMINED-
D. P. UTTILEY,
Au:rditor. 10.27.42.


$158.r3


ES. C. Janl. I6th I1942.


Belize, 21st February, 1942.


No. II.


1 cypress vat-8d ft. by 8 ft. bottom.

4 TWO ROOM DWELLINGS:-

each 20 ft. by 12 ft.

i. TWO ROOMI KITCHEN:

20 ft. by 8 ft. with shed roof.

FOUR ROOM WATER CLOSET:--

10 ft. by 4 ft. with shed roof.

1 ONE ROOM WATER CLOSET.

All above buildings are of one-storey, painted,
roofed with corrugated galvanised iron, and are
practically new.

'Terms: Cash and the buildings are to be re-
moved within six weeks after purchase.

ALSO on the 27th February, 1942, at 2 p.m.
at the King's Warehouse a motor boat, three
skiffs, three dories and various other articles such
as furniture, tools, sponges, etc., etc.

For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to Capt. WV. C. Price, Auctioneer, or to
the Collector of Customs at the Custom House,
Belize.


NOTICE.

To be sold at public auction on Tuesday, 10th
Mar-ch, 1942, at 2.00 p.m. in front of the Court
House at Belize the undernoted buildings, etc.,
now at Little Calabash Caye, Turneffe Islands, /
being the property of the Sponge Fishery De-
partment :-

ONE DWEYLLNG HOUSE:

68 ft. by 12 ft. with 6 ft. verandah; addition
Sto the north 12 ft. by 6 ft. and on the south
10 ft. by 6 ft. with 5 ft. verandah (2 steps),
setting on 21 posts 7 ft. from the ground.

1 cypress vat north of dwelling--7 ft. x 8 ft.
bottom.

1 cypress vat south of dwelling-8s ft. x 7 ft.
bottom.

I water closet.

ONE DWELLING HOUSE WITH VERAN-
DAH:-

34 ft. by 11 ft. with addition on the east 25
.'ft. lBy 6 ft. and on the west 18 ft. by 12 ft.
'with one step--setting on 17 posts 7 ft. from





66 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 122.
Forest Office.
Belize, 21st Febr~uary, 1942.

FOREST APPLICATIONS.
The following applications for forest licences
are published as required by Rule 12 of the For
est Rules, 1939, in order to give any person an
opportunity of making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
will be considered unless it is lodged at the For-
est Office (addressed to the Conservator of For
ests and not to any forest officer by name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
Gazette in which the advertisement of the appli
cation first appears.
By Order.

NEIL S. STEVENSON.
Conservator of Forests


First Publicatio2--

H. T. A. BOWMAN:-- All Crown lands ex-
cluding lands leased and granted.
Castilla rubber 1,000 lb. minimum.


The Treasury,
Belize, 3rd January, 1942.

NOTICE.
INCOME TAX.


Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind-
iied that they are required to file returns of their
Incomes in respect of the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1941, on or before the 31st March, 1942.

-i 2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should
Sbe forwarded to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
:jury) not later than the 31st March, 1942.
3. In the case of any person carrying on busi-
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac-
count and Balance Sheet should accompany the
Return.
4. All returns, &c., should be sent under Con-
Sf:dential Cover to the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
ury), Belize, or to the District Commissioner in
an out-district, from whom the necessary forms
can be obtained on application.
5. Failure to file returns within the time pre-
jscribed by law will render taxpayers liable to
Prosecution without further warning.


By Order.
J. SALVADOR ESP~AT:-- Crown lands in
the Cayo, Stann Creek and Toledo districts) R. E. TURNBULL,
bounded on the east by the sea, on the south by
the Sarstoon River, on the west by the frontier Income Tax Commissioner,
and on the north by the Stann Creek Road tol
Middlesex thence by the main line of hills west-
wards from Middlesex to Baldy Sibun, thencej Loan Boardr Office,
by the trail to ~Blancaneau and the private proper-
ties (Nos. 30, 19, 8 and 7 on the Property Map) Belize, 6th February, 1942.
and the leases and grants south of Cayo, exclud-
ing all lands leased and granted. BY ORDER OF THE MIORTGAGEE.
Chicle & Crown Gum 20,000 lb. minimum.:
TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
Ithe 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
DistictCommssiner' Ofice cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
DisliciComissorle's ffie, iHouse at Belize.
Stann Creek, 31st January, 1942.


PARTICULARS.


LAND APPLICATIONS.

APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown
lands are notified in the Government Gazette foI
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 ap-
plicants must be prepared for this delay.
The following applications are hereby notified.

By Order.


ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate
on the north side of the town of Belize having
ra frontage on the continuation of North Front
Street of thirty-four feet ten inches which lot
Sof land is bounded on the south-west by North
Front Street aforesaid on the north-west one
hundred and thirty-two feet by premises now
or formerly belonging to Mrs. Lydia Hendy
on the north-east thirty-four feet ten inches by
Other property of the late Joseph Alexander
Collins and on the south-east one hundred and
thirty-two feet by property of Ebenezer Beven
together with all buildings and other erections
standing and being thereon, the property of
Clifford Emmanuel Betson.


ED. L. YSAGUIRRE.
For further particulars and conditions of sale
District Commissioner, Stami Creek.; apply to the office of the Belize Loan Board.

Dec. 23, 1941--PETRONA GOMEZ--Stanni


Creek District, situate in the Town of Stann
Creek Lot No. 679
Jan. 1, 1942--OBITA CASTRILLO--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Town of Stann
Creek Lot No. 774
Jan. 12, 1942--CARLOS NOLBERTO-
Stann Creek District, situate in the Town of
Stann Creek Lot No. 498


Belize, 6th February, 1942.


BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETT E Y;7


the 2nd day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.

PARTICULARS.

ALL. that lot piece orr parcel of land situate
at Tigris.Street on the south side of the tovin
of Belize and' bounded on the north by Tigris
Street fifty feet or thereabouts on the south
by West Street fifty feet or thereabouts on the
east by lot No. 1522 eighty feet two inches or
thereabouts on the west by lot No. 1524 twenty
feet two inches or thereabouts being lot No.
1523 on the official plan of the town of Belize
together with all buildings and erections stand-
ing and being thereon being the property of
James Herman Belisle.
For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the office of the Belize Loan Board.


Belize, 6th Februar~y, 1942.

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.

TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday
the 2nd day of March, 1942, art two o'clocle pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
House at Belize.
PARTICULARS.
ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate-
at Pickstock Street on the north side of the
town of Belize and bounded on the north by
premises of Estella Haylock twenty feet or
thereabouts on the south by premises of Wil-
liam Price twenty feet or thereabouts on the
east by premises of Benjamin Flowers fifty-
one feet or thereabouts on the west by premises
of Wilhiam Price fifty-one feet or thereabouts
together with all buildings and erections stand-
ing and being thereon being the property of
Mary Flowers.


PARTICULARS.
ALL that lot piece or' parcel of land situate
at the corner of Cockburn Lane and Albert
Street bounded on the north by property of
Caroline Broaster oa the south by Cockburn
a Lane on the east by property of Susan Robi4-
son and on the west by Albert Street together
with all buildings and erections thereon which
lot or parcel of land is the lot numbered 144
on the official plan of the town of Belize be-
ing the property of Adelaide Flowers and Aus- I
tin Flowers.

For further particulars and conditions- of sale
Apply to the ofiiCe of the Belize Loan Board..


Belize, 6th February, 1942.

BY ORDER OF THE MIORTGAGEE.
: TO 4E SOLD at public auction, on Monday
t:he ?nd -day of March, 1942, at two o'clock pre-
c~is~ely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court
. House1 at Belize.
PARTICULARS.
ALL that lot piece or parcel of land bemng
part 'of the lot numbered 649 on the official
filan of the town of Belize the boundary line
whereof starting from the south-west corner of
the 'said lot runs northward adjoining Crown
land thirty-four feet six inches or thereabouts
and thence eastward fifty-five feet or there-
abouts and thence southward adjoining land
now in the possession of Margaret Willoughby
thirty-four feet six inches or thereabouts and
thence westward back to the starting point
fifty-five feet or thereabouts being the said
several dimensions little more or less, being the I
property of Benjamin Hyde.
For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the~ office of th~e Bei~ie Loan Board.


Fpl oteofc fteIeieLa or.or further particulars and conditions of sale

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. L .JFEY
TO BE SOLD at public auction on Monday Secretary, Belize Loan~ Board.
the 2nd day of March, 194t2, at two o'clock pre-
cisely, in the afternoon, in front of the Court


'robate Side.

rual RPegistryi,
h1 January, 1942.

NG late of Belize,

administration cumz
e Estate has been
elize, Widow, and
acencia, Married


k


House at Belize,
PARTICULARS. BRIITCIH HONDURAS, 1942.
ALL that lot piece or parcel of land situate I n the Supreme Court-PF
on the south side of the town of Belize and
forming part of the lot No. 690. on the official Genze
plan of the town of Belize the same being
bounded on the north twenty-one feet by Dean eie30
Street on. the east forty-four feet five inches
or thereabouts by land of Emily Ada Price In the Goodfs of ISABEL LAIP
on the south twenty-one feet by the lot No. Widow, deceased.
691 on the plan and on the west forty-four fEeet Appica~tion for Letters of Ac
five inches or thereabouts by George Street to- teStam~en~to arnnexo in the above
gether with all buildings and erections stand- made by Ger~trude Moore of Bf
hn sn being thronB .en the property of Hermina James of Point Pl;


The next of kin in particular, and all persons
in general, are hereby cited to show cause on or
before MonidaySt the 23rd day of February, 1942,
why such letters should not be granted to the
said Gertrude Moore and Hermina James.


For further particulars and conditions of sale
apply to the office of the Behize Loan Board.


Belize, 6th February, 1942.

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.


A. O. LONGSWORTH,





68 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Customt House,

Belize, 3rd February, 1942.

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 27th February, 1942, at 2 p.m. in accord-
ance with section 26 of Chapter 16 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924. Clearance warrants will not be
accepted after the 24th February, 1942.


RF. Kt. MASSON,

Collector of Customs.



No. 123. Supply Office,
Belize, 19th February, 1942.

DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939

(Statutory Rules amd Orders, 1939, No. 69).

GOODS PRICED IN FRACTIONAL CENT UNITS.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation. 50 (1) of the Defence
Regulations, 1939 (Statutory Rules and Orders, 1939, No. 69), the Supply Officer hereby
orders as follows:--

1. That in the absence of a half cent coin in the currency of this Colony, a person
who purchases an article which is priced in whole cents and a fraction of a cent, the
value of the surplus fraction must be given to the purchaser in goods.

2. Where a person purchases two or more items priced in fractional cent units,
the total amount of the sale must be the actual addition of such fractions. EXAMPLE--
A person purchasing one tin of milk at 63 cents and one pound of margarine at 183
cents, the total cash to be paid for such goods would be 25 cents.

3. This order comes into force as from 20th February, 1942, and applies to all
retailers in Belize and throughout the Colony.

4. A copy of this Notice must be posted in all shops engaged in the retailing of
food supplies.
J. R. MINTY,

Supply Officer.


Importing Ship & Date.


Marks &~ Nos.


Particulars.


"Laguna" 3.3.41
"I. M. Marie" 3.3.41

''Abangarez" 30.6.41
"Afri-Kola" 10.7.41








"Fanchote" 11.7.41
'"Romulus" 11.7.41
"Husvik" 15.9.41
"Merchiston" 15.9.41
"Heron" 13.10.41
"XH-TAD" 17.11.41
"General Tosta" 17.11.41


Will Bodden I Pkg. Pants
No /M 2 Sacks Beans (damaged by Hurricane)
2 Tins ground Coffee
1 Ctn. Glassware
F. Basquet 1 only Clay Dog
E. Heck 1 only pr. Shoes
M. Lima 1 only pr. Slippers
J. Cano 1 only pr. Leggings
I. Corvo 6 pcs. C.P. Goods
D. Adolphus 3 lb. Blk. Beans
4 tins Evap. Milk
F. Dixon 1 2 Pkts. Cigarettes
D. Elliott 6 Pkts. Cigarettes
2 Prs. Tennis
1 Pkg. Tea (in Pkts.)
1 Basket White Sugar
H. & H. 3 Dutch Stoves
N/M 1 Case Tractor Parts
N/M 1 Bdl. Sandals
Taca 1 Ctn. Radio Part
1 Ctn. Bicycle.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 69


Belize, 19tht Febr~uary, 1942.

MaAXIMUMA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation So (1) of the Defence Regulations,
3939 (Statutory Rules & Orders, 1939, No. 69), the Supply Officer hereby orders as follows:--
The following maximum wholesale and retail prices shall be effective as from 19th February,
1t942.


N.B.--The prices in Column "A4" apply to Belize; to all points on the Belize River below, and including,
Burrell Boom; and to all points up to Mile Twenty on the Belize-Cayo Road and Mile Twenty-Five on the
Relize-Orange Walk Road. The prices in Column "B" apply to the rest of the Belize District and to Beaver
IDam in the Cayo District.


Suffl~y Office,


No. 124.


ARTICLE

FLOUR (other than baker's, whole
wheat, Miriam, Obelisk, Five
Roses, Star, Purity, Highland
Beau~ty and Ruler) .
Two or more pounds ..
In lots of not less than 25 sks.


WlHOLESALE


RETAIL




8 lb.) 4e 4e per lb.
3ae 4e
8 lb.)

.) Se 5 per lb.



e 13e per lb.
.. IIbe 12)e per lb.

Ioe n~e per lb.



~ 8e 1e per lb.


81< Igic per lb.


$2.90 per sack (96 or 9l

62.80 per sack (96 or 9(

$9-So per sack (224 lb
$9.40 per sack (22_4 lb
$9.30 per sack (224 lb.

Iote per lb.

$10.25 per Ioo lb.
8pe per lb. ..
$8.50 per loo lb.


.16e per lb.
$15 S per loo lb.

.16)e per lb.
$16.00 per loo lb.


RICE ~


In lots 5 to to sacks. ..
In lots II sacks and over


BEANS, R. K. .. .. .. ..
Two or more pounds ..
In lots not less than I,ooo lb,
BEANS, CALIFORNIA PINK .
In lots not less than I,000 lb.

LARD (not including, Chicharron,
Crisco, Spry, Trex &r Rexo)
In lots of not less than 250 lb.

MARGARINETT (loose) .. .. ..
In lots of not less than 250 lb.

BEEF, SALT (other than Boneless) ..
BE=EF, SALT (Boneless) .. .


. .. 2e 2ze per lb.
.. .. .. .. 25e 26e per lb.


BEEF, CORNED (other than L~ibby) .

MILK, CONDENSED (48s)
BLUE CROSS, BETTY
& MILKMAID Brands .-
OTHER BRANDS .. .

MILK, EVAPORATED 6 ounce .
14 ounce .


$9.75 per case (48s) .


231e 23e per tin



ro 10 1e per tin
15e 16e per tin


$8735 per case ..
$6.85 per case ..


$t5 50 per case .. 69e
$550 per case .. IsJe
(No extra charge for refrigeration)


ye per tin
12 Be per tin


ye per lb.
5< per lb.


SUGAR, PLANTATION WHITE ..
-SUGAR, BROWN (including v.p. crystals)


$56. 50 per loo lb.
$C4-50 per loo lb.


. e
. e


'MEAT: FRESH, Maximum retail price for beef at the Belize Market:
Forequarters 12c per lb. Hindquarters


15e per lb.


CABBAGE: FRESH, maximum retail price, Belize only .. .. Hre per lb.
EGGS: Maximum retail price (Belize only) 4/G each 45e per dozen.



The Order made on the gth February, 1942, and published in the Gazette of 7th February,
z142, is hereby rescinded.
J. R. MIINTY,
Suffply Officer.






70 ..BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT: Toledo Dis- of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said G.
trict. L. Shaw to pay to the said Clerk of Court the
sum of $249.86 i'eathw\ith or on or before the
Be it remembered that on the 10th day of Sep- 31st March, 1942, next, and also to pay to the
tember, 1941, complaint was made before H. S. said Clerk of Court the sum of one dollar for
16issim, Acting Distr~ict Co:mmissioner and one of his costs in this behalf.
His Majesty's Justi~es of the Peace in anid forl Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day
sthe said Colony of~ British Honduras, for that of December~ in the year of our! Lord one
British Honduras Company Ltd., being the own- thousand nine hundred and forty-one at Bunth
ers or .de~clpier of Certain land, to wit: Gordit in the Colony aforesaid.
4t6,014 aci-es ~in the Toledo District, and with-
in the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect If. S. RASSIM,
and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxestoi Atn itit~Mmsinr
on such land in the Toledo District up t cigDsrc omsinr
the, year .1941-42, amounting to $690.21, with- Toledo.
in the meaning of the Land and Propertyi
Tax Ordinance-Cihapter 24 of the- Consolidated /--------U- -
Laws, 1924, and now at this day, to wit, on the
17th day of December, 1941, at Punta Gordar District Commissioner's Office,
the partiess aforesaid appear before me the under- Punta Gorda, 7th February, 1942?,
signed District Commissionpr but the said British
Honduras Company Ltd., although duly called LA4ND APPLICA\TIOh's.
doth not appear by themselves, their Counsel, APIAIN ncnetoiwt rw
orAte, tn es tis nowh st sf cto il prove ;!ands are notified in the Government Gazette for
Ltt., b~y three consecutive publications in the the purpose of giving any person an opportunity
Gazette, dated 15, 22, 29.11.41, have been duly .fmkn n ersnain oti fiei
served with the summons on this behalf which relatfori to any such applicatioII.
required them to be. and appear here at this day Such, applications will he inserted in at least
before such Justices of the Peace for the said three separate issues of the Gazette before they
Colony as should now be here, to answer the will be dealt with by the Governor, so that ap-
said complaint and to be further dealt with~ ac- phicants must be prepared: for this delay.
corditig to law; anld now having heard the matter The following applications are hereby notified..
of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said Brit-B Or
ish Honduras Company Ltd., to pay to the said By Oer.
Clerk qf Court the sum of $690.21 forthwith orl H. S. RASSIM,
on or before the 31st March, 1942, next, andj Acting District Commissioner, Toledot.
also to pay to the said Clerk of Court~ the sum
of one dollar for h:s costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seat, this 17th day~ TO, LEASE.
of December in the yerof our Lord one/
thousand nine hundred ad~ forty-one at Punta Jan. 5, 1942--ADRIANO N. AltANA--
Gord intheColoy aoresid.Toledo District, situate in the town of Punta
Gonrdan LoTt JNo 497


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT: Toledo Dis-
trict.
Be it remembered that on the 10th day of Sep-
tember, 1941, complaint was. made before H-. S,
Rassim, Acting District Commissioner and one of
I-is Maj~esty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
G. L. SHAW, being the owner of certain land,
to wit: 8,329 acres situate at Deep River, Toledo
District, and within the jurisdiction of the Court
did neglect and does still neglect to pay arrears
of taxes on such land in the Toledo District up
~to the year 1941-42 amounting to $249.86, with-
in the meaning of the Land and Property Tax
Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, j
1924, and now at this day, to wit, on the 17th i
day of December, 1941, at Punta Gorda the par-
ties aforesaid appear before me. the undersigned
D:strict.Commrissioner: but the said G. L. Shaw
although duly called doth not appear by him-
self, his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satis-
factorily proved on oath, that the said G. L.
Sinrw. b-y three consecutive publications in the/
Gazette, dated 15, 22, 29.11.41 has been duly
served with the summons on this behalf which/
requ zed,h~ire to- be and appear here at this day i
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 ac-
cording to law; and now having heard the matter


CAN CELLATION--LEASES.
M?.P. S.G. 285-33--JOSE CASIMIRO--To-
ledo Distr~ict, situate in the town of Punta Gorda,.
Lot No. 49. For non-payment of rent,

District Commnissioner's Office,
Putnta Gorda, 10thz Februar~y, 1942.

LAND APPLICATIONS.
APPLICATIONlS in connection with Crown
landFs are notified in the Governmzent Gazette for
the purpose of giving an~y person an opportunity
of making any representations to this office in
relation to any such application.
Such application will be inserted in at least
three separate issues of the Gazette before they
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that ap-
plicants must be prepared for this delay;.
The following app~iii;.:.nio is hereby notified,.
B3y Order.
ED. L. YSAGUIRRE,
D'istrict Commissioner, Toledo..

TO LEASE.
Feb. 10, 1942--SISTA PAL~ACIO--Toledor
District, situate in the Town of Punta Gorda
Lot No. 256..


Jan. 28, 1942--BERNARD
Toledo District, situate in the
Gorda,


R. AVILEZ--
town of Punta
Lot No. 76.


H. S. RASSIM
Acting District CommissFioner,
Toledo.























Currency Note Issue Notes in Custody Notes in Circulation
Denomination No. Value No. Value No. Value


$1I IIo,ooo $1xo0,ooo 40,000 40,000 70,ooo $70,ooo
$i2 40,ooo 830,000 20,ooo 40,ooo 20,ooo 40,ooo
$5 40,000 200,000 10,000 50,000 30,000 I50,000
SIo 6,000 60,000 6,ooo 60,ooo

$450,000 $130,000 $320,ooe





COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY--NOTE SECURITY FUND.
Statement of Investments at 31st December, 1941.


STOCK Rate o/ Period Face Value Actual Cost Rate Market Value
3I*12*4I


__~~~~__~ _


$40o2,627.0 $z 399,904 .86 $370,076.30


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No~c. 125.


The Treasury,
Beliz-e, 7thz February, 1942.


STATEMENT OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURRENCY.

(Section 13 (1) of Ordinance No. 1 of 1937).

CURRENCY NOTE; ISSUE.

(As at 31st December 194I.)


Australia, Commonwealth of 3S


~Ceylon .. 31

Funding ~Loan of
Great Britain .. .21

Gold Coast .. ... 6
Jamaica 3
Kenya 41

NTew Zealand .. 5

Nigeria .... 3


Savings Bonds .. -3
Sierra Leone 3)
WVar Loan ... 3


3,752 16
3,295 10
965 Is
1,159 zo
500 o

9,339 12
2,635 4
2,557 10
787 rI
257 9
1,637 2
1,492 6
1,732 19
2,593 4
689 I
I,000 o
50,230 r8
I,087 3
753 8


3,782 2
3,I23 1
9)56 o
1,159 Io
495 o

8,224 14
3,058 10
2,644 o
749 3
269 7
1,613 12
1,465 18
1,943 o
2,528 7
715 ro
990 0
50,230 18
I,o87 3
754 II


99%
96
98
99
x x31

94
lo9
109
98
1051
Io
101)
loo}
Too
107
Io9
Iool
IoI-


1942-44
1950-52
r961-66
1959
I960-70

1956-61
r956
1945-70
1956-61
I950
1961-71
I946
1947
1955
1947-57
1950-60
1955-b5
1958-63
1955-59


3,734 I
3,163 14
946 6
1,147 18
567 z o


8,849,
2,872
2,787
77I
271
r,800
1,514
I,74I
2,593
737
ILogo
50,607
I,1x4
S762


86,467 I 10


;85,790 13 o


687,074 17 I


$b350,911.66


Sterling Securities
@ $4.o3=L
Whitney National Bank,
New Orleans .. -
Barclays Bank. New Y~ork -
Royal Bank of Canada, London
(Speciatl Account 743-9.0 @ $4.o3)
Specie .


$343,462.38

5oo.oo
668.54

z.996.ro
50,000.oo


$345,736-32


at call
at call


500.oo
668.54


Soo.oo
668-54


2,996.1o
I5,ooo.oo


3,ooo.oo
50,ooo.oo


R. E. TURNBULLI,
Chairman. Commissioners of Currency.


urn onfnn





72 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


Edn. I /42. BRITISH HONrDURAS, 1942.

Education Office, In the Supreme Court--Probate Side.
Belize, 3rd Janurary, 1942.GerlRgiry

TEACHERS' AND PUPIL TEACHERS' Belize, 31st January, 1942.
EXAMINATIONS, 1942.
I n the Matter of the Estate of JOHN CRAW-
It is hereby notified for general information FORD late of Hill Bank, deceased.
that the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-;
tions, 1942, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday The Official Administrator having filed in this
and Thursday, the 5th, 6th and 7th May, 1942, Ofc nIfrainudrscin5o hp
at Behize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta Gorda /qfc nIfrainudrscin5o hp
if there are sufficient candidates at these places.te21ofheCnliadLws194pryg
for Letters of Administration to collect, and ac-
2. Applications for entry must be made on cording to law, dispose of certain goods, chattels
form 5 for the Teachers' Examinations and form
6, for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and mustang moeswih erofteaddcaed
rach the Education Office nrot later than the NOTICE is hereby given that His Honour the
31st March, 1942. As after this date no entry Chief Justice granted this day to the said Of-
will be received, intending candidates should send/ ficial Administrator, Letters of Administration
in their entries, duly completed and signed, as atoiighmt olctadpeev h od
early as possible so as to allow for possible de-/ .uhrsn i ocletadpeev h od
lay in the mail, and chattels of the said John Crawford and to
Sell and dispose of any such as may be of a
3. Pupil teachers and their principals are re-i perishable nature or may be likely to deterior-ate
minded that failure by a puptl teacher to take
the examination involves his or her dismissal. in value by being kept or which for being stored
Sor warehoused may occasion expense dispropor-
4. Principal teachers are further reminded that tionate to their value, and at the end of one
no pupil teacher can be engaged who has not clnz o~ rmtedt ftegat h
passed at least the First Year Pupil Teachers' clna ot rmtedt ftegat h
Examination. Off:cial Administrator may proceed to adminis-
ter the said estate, unless in the meantime Letters
of Administration shall be applied for.

A. O. LONGSWORTH,
Edn. /41-Registra~r Gen~eral.

B3elize, 14th Janurary, 19412.


QUEEN STREET GOVER10~IENT SCHOOL. No.127.

Applications are invited for .the post of As-i
sistant, Queen Street Government School, Belize. I n re Estate of JOHN CRAWVFORD late of Hill
Salary: $18.75, $25, 531.25 or $37.50 per month/ Bank, deceased.
according to certificate. Applicants should write
to the Director of Education, Belize, stating their To all whom it may concern:
qualifications and exper-ience, and enclosing birthl
certificate and originals of recent testimonials, TAKE N'OTICE that by \virtue of the powers
and must be prepared to take up duty on the con7ferred upon me by serct:on nine of the Official
Ist March, 1942.
Administrattor Ordmnance-Chapter 211 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924--1, HAROLD JOHN
---t-+------- HUIICGH-ES, Official Administrator, in-tend on or-
Safter the 30th day of MJay next to distribute the
No.16. En. 9/39 ssets of the aforesaid JOHN CRAWFORD of'
Hill Bank in the Orange Walk District among
Belize, 17th February, 1942. such claiimants of whose claims I shall then have
notice.
SCHOOL OFFICER FOR COM/PULSORY
ATTENDANCE ARlEA. And further take notice that all claims against
the estate of' the said John Crawford muhst bd
Under and by virtue of the provisions of sec- delivered to me before the 30th day of May next.
tion 29 of the Education Ordinance, No. 14 of
1926, His Excellency the Governor has appoint- And further take notice that neither I nor the
ed Mr. J. O3bispo to be School Officer for the Public Revenue will be liable in respect of any
Freetown (Sibun River) Compulsory Attendance assets distributed by me without express notice
Area with effect from the 1st March, 1942.
of any such claim at the time of distribution.

By Order. Dated the 19th February, 1942.

B. E. CARMAN, H. J. HUGHES,


Orfirrfrr nf'Enlucatiorn.


Official Adm~inistrator.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 73


No. 128' Surv~ey Department, road reserve and land of ones; being the north-
ern portion of land formerly approved to Ran-
Belize, 21st Februlary, 1942. dolph Pascasio 5 acres
** Oct. 16, 1941-RBEUBIN EMMANUEL--
LAND K4APPLIC ATIONS.9~S; '/ Stann Creek District, situate in the vicinity of
10) Miles on the Stann Creek Valley Road,
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown North by Crown land, East by land approved to
.Lands are notified in the Government Gazette for Richard Ambrogie, South by blocks Nos. 257
the purpose of giving any person an opportunity and 258, West by land approved to W. B. Rudan
.of making any representations to this office in 10 acres
relation to any such application. Oct. 27, 1941--MARTIN PASTOR---Stami
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve; be-
Such applications will be inserted in at least ing block No. 19 5 acres
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli- do District, situate on the right ascending Bladen
canss must be prepared for this delay. Branch, Monkey River, North by land formerly
leased to Majin Galvez, now Crown land, East
The following applications are hereby notified, by Crown land, South by road reserve and land
applied for by Philip Garay, West by Crown land
and the river; being; a portion of land formerly
Bly Order. leased by James Logan 10 acres
"**Jan. 3, 1942-ITRENO CARILLO--Cayo
A. WOLFFSOHN, District, situate on the left ascending the West-
ern Branch, Belize River, North by block No.
Diretorof urvys. 233, East by block No. 257, South by block No.
t 228, West by the river; being block No. 232 for-
merly leased to Francisco M. Alvarez 50 acres
+O i..0aS0. ** Jan. 14, 1942--ADOLPHI GARVIN and
ELAINE J. ]BAILY--Toledo District, situate on
Jan. 23, 1942--EULALIA ARANA-Tloledo
Distict siuat intheVilageof arrnco the right ascending Temash River, known as Red
Lot No.123 Bank, North by Crown land, East by Crown
Ja. 2, 142-OLOMN VLASUEZ land, South by land applied for purchase by A.
Toledo District, situate in the Village of Bar- Garvin 1an E. J.Bil n Conlad estr
ranc Lo No.133 Jan. 29, 1942--CECIL10 VAIREZ--Toledo
Feb. 3, 1942--FREDERICK A. BURN--
Distr:ct, situate at Punta Yeacos Lagoon, North
Cayo District, situate on the right ascending Bel- by Grant No. 18 of 1895, East by land applied
ize ive atMoun Hoe Brqueier Iganafor by Fred Cabral, South by land leased by
Creek Estate, North by Crown land, East by Henry Coleman, West by Crown land 5 acres
Crown land, South by the river, West by Crown Jan. 29, 1942-HENRY GENUS--Toledo
land; being a portion of the land formerly ap- District, situate on the right ascending Columbia
plie forby N L.A. Cllin 50 cre Branch, Rio Grande, North by Crown land, East
** Feb. 5, 1942--SYDNEY E. LESLIE--Belize by land applied for by Cyril Genus, South by
Columbia River, West by Crown land 10 acres
District, situate at the north-east corner of North "e Jan. 30, 1942--JOSE. M. GALVEZ--Cayo
Drowned Caye, North by the sea, East by the District, situate near the Cayo-Benque Viejo
sea, South by Crown land, West by Crown land; Road, North by block No. 256, East by block
being land formerly leased to John E. Leshie No. 223, South by block No. 222, West by block

** Feb. 5, 1942--ALBERT E EC ~e No.22s; ibein block No. 230 formerly leased
'Stann Creek District, situate on the sea, coast at Jan. 31, 1942--FELICIANO RODRIGUEZ
Commerce Bight, North by Crown land, East --Belize District, situate on the east side of the
by the sea, South by land known as Hopkins, Belize-Corozal Road, at the 37 Mile post, North
West by the lagoon and Crown land; including by land occupied by Mary A. Frazer, East by
the caye at the mouth of Freshwater Lagoon Crown land, South by Crown land, West by the
** eb.6, 94-WILIA Fa FarceWER an road; being the southern portion of land former-
ly appr-oved to Enos Hutchinson 5 acres
Belize District, situate at Peccary Hills, Manatee, Feb. 2, 1942--SIMON AVILEZ--Belize Dis-
North by land leased to Silvanus Goff, East by trict, situate on the west side of the Belize-Coro-
land leased to R. Hl. Panton and S. Garbutt, zal Road at the 37t Mile post, North by Crown
'South by land approved to Margaret Danielson, land, East by the road, South by land applied
West by Crown land; being land held on lease for by Casey Hernandez, West by Crown land;
by apliant4 aresbeing9 a portion of the land formerly approved
to David Warren 15 acres
Feb. 2, 1942--PERCIVAL G. JENKINS---
TO pUFrChaS84. Belize District, situate on the south side of North-
ern Lagoon, M/ianatee, N~orth by the lagoon, East
"*** Nov. 20, 1941--ALIDIA ESTRADA B- Iby Crown land, South by Crown land, West by
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending Crown land adjoining Wagner Lagoon; being
Columbia Branch, Rio Grande, North by Crown land formerly leased to Egbert S. Rowland
land. East by Crown land, South by the Colum- 5 acres
bia Branch, West by land applied for by Santiago ***~~ Feb. 4, 1942--SANTIAGO BENGUCHE--
Romer-o 25 acres Toledo District, situate west of the Villape of
**S* Nov. 20, 1941--FREDERICK STRAUG- Barranco, North by land of Cecil:o Polonio.
HAN--Toledo District, situate west of Punta South by the roadway, East by Crown land and
Gorda Town on land formerly known as the the Village, West by land granted to applicant
Rosewood Forest Reserve, North by land ap- 2 acres
proved to Santos C. Arzu, East by land approved ***" Feb. 6. 1942--NICHOLAS ARZJONTLLA--
to S. Bevans, South by Crown land, West by the Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Re-





741 BRITISH HONDURAS. GAZETTE


M.P. S.G. -258-26--JAMES BROWN--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Sarawee Village,
Lot No. 108. At the request of the lessee. .


serve; being blocks Nos. 112 &~ 113
8a. Or. 37p.

**Feb. 7, 1942-WILIAM WADE--Belize
District, situate on the left ascending Mlanatee
River, North by the river, East by land ap-
plied for by Hugh McE~onald, South by road
reserve and Crown land, West by road reserve
and land applied for by Thomas Bowen; being
land formerly leased to Benjamin Hume
20a. Ir. 15p.

** Feb. 10, 1942--EDWARD ML. LEWIS-B~el.
ize District, situate at Big Ridge, SibuncRiver,
North by road reserve and Section No. 9, East
by road reserve and -Section No. 11 (A. T. Hyde'),
South by Section No. 19, West by the western
portion of Section No. 10; being the eastern por-
t on of Section No. 10 15 acres


IFOr a Fre9 Cran.

Jan. 5, 19412-E~LISEO GONGORA--Cayo
District, situate 19 miles south-east of Benque
Viejo, North by block No. 569A., East by block
No. 567, South by block No. 581, West by Crown
land; being a portion of block No. 567 20 acr-es
** Jan. 29, 1942--FED3ERICO LAiMB-Cayo
District, situate in the Iguana Creek Estate, North
by block No. 28, East by block No. 16, South
by block No. 6, West by block No. 18; being
block No. 17 20 acres

** Feb. 4, 1942--FRDREDERIC C. P. BOW;6ENI
--Belize District, situate on the right ascending
Belize River, North by Crown land, East by land
of E. J. H~ofius, South by land the property of
E. W. M. Bowen, West by Crown land 20 acres


r~81~~-Cr~~arrrP;rr~o-;r~-a~ag~-rrr~-


Cancellations-Locationis Tickets.

M.P. S.G. 173-36--JAMES WINTER--Bel-
ize District, situate on the right ascending Belize
River. 10 acres. For non-payment of the ninth
instalment.

M.P. S.G. 155-37 MATTHEW WIL-
LOUGHBY-Belize District, situate near Cow-
h,, d the Belize-Corozal Road 5 acres~ For


CaenCOBatiion-B Lea S@S.

M.P. S.G. 185-34--JAMES BROWN--Stann
Creek District, situate in the Sarawee Village.
Lot No. 107, 2r. 7p. At the request of the lessee.

M.P. S.G. 1273-18--MARGARET BROWN
--Stann Creek Distric~t, situate in the Village of
Sarawee, being lots Nos. 119 & 120. At the re-
quest of the lessee.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

the following Trade Mark


eaCLI on .I\ YILV1IU -C- ru. u
non-payment of the eighth instalment. The above Trade Mark consists of a label with;
the word "FLEISCHMANN'S" printed thereon
M.P. D.S. 1564--LINO SABAL--Stann and generally claimed for compressed yeast and
Creek District, situate in the Carib Reserve, be- yeast mixtures adapted for use as food alone or
ing block No. 441, 5 acres. 'For non-payment of/ for use in the making of bread and bread stuffs.
the third and fourth instalments. or other food products, and in general substances
used as'food or as ingredients in food, and in
M.P. ]D.S. 1718--CARMEN F. ZETINA- /applied or affixed to the goods or to the pack-
Corozal District, situate on the Corozal-Consejo ages contain~ing the same, by placing thereon a
Road. 20 acres. At the request of the Settler. printed label on which the Trade Mark is shown.


Any person infringing or improperly using the
above Trade Mark will be prosecuted under
Chapter 207 of the Consolidated Laws of British
H-onduras, 1924, and otherwlsr, dealt with as the
law allows.

DRAGTEN, WOODS & CO.,

Solicitors,

North Front Street, Belize, for and on
behalf of STANDARD BRANDS IN-
CORPORATED.


GAZ ETTE

Subscri~p tionr 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 the 31st
of December,

Single copies may be obtained from
the G~overnment Printer at 15 cents
per copy.

Rates for Non-official Notices.

First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
single column.

Second and every subsequent inser-
tion of the same notice, 25 cents per
inch, single column


FLZ'iEISCHMMMS~


Sis the exclusive Trade Mark< of STANDARD
BRANDS INCORPORATED, a corporation or-
ganized under the laws of the State of D~elaware,
Unlited States of PAmerica, and doing business at
595 Madison Avenue, New York City, County
and State of New York-, Unitred States of Ameri-
ca.





















GOVERNMENT



GAZETTE

BRITISH HONDURAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.


No. 12 BELIZE, 28th FEBRUARY, 1942 Page 75


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 24th February, 1942.

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR
THE COLONIES.
His Excellency the Governor announces the re-
ceipt on the 23rd February, 1942, of the follow-
ing telegram:---
"His Majesty the King has this day entrusted
to me the seals of the Colonial Department.
CRANBORNE."
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 28th February, 1942.

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

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


SECONDMENVT.
RAM, Dr. L. M., Medical Officer, British Hon-
duras, seconded for service with the Indian
Medical Service with effect from 21st February,
1942.


M.P. 0757.


No. 129.


N\o. 132.


M.P. 02714.


LEAVE GRANTED.


BURGESS, W. G., Foreman Printer, Government
Printing Office, vacation leave for three months
with effect from Ist March, 1942.


No. I33.


M.P. 02260.


RESIGNATION.
SMIITH, N. G., Warder, Belize Prison, resigned
wyith effect from 15th February, 1942.


No. 134.


M.P. 01031.


No. 135.


IM.P. 03330.


Colonial Secretary's Office.
Belize, 28thz February, 1942.
CUSTOMS TARIFF.
The following resolution under section 19 (1)
of the Customs and Excise Duties Ordinance,
1935 (No. I of 1935), was passed by the Legis-
lative Council on the 24th February, 1942, and
is published for general information.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.

BE IT RESOLVED that this Council under
the provisions of section 19 (1) of the Customs
and Excise Duties Ordinance, 1935 (No. 1 of
1935), approves of the following amendment to
the second schedule of the said Ordinance:--
by adding to the second schedule the fol-
lowing new item, to be numbered 3 at the end
of item 2--
3 Methylated Spirits and Methylated?
or Denatured Alcohol made in the Col-
ony from rum distilled in the Col-
ony ver gallon 0.10c.


No. 130.


S.S. 280-34.


APPOINT MENT.
BALDERAMOS, A. B., to be Clerk to the At-
torney Greneral, temporarily, with effect from
23rd February, 1942.



No. 13'. MI.P. 0094. 1

ACTING APPOINTMENT.
MEIGHAN, J. N., First Class Clerlk, to act as
Senior Clerk, Secretariat, with effect from 23rd
T' 1 mnnlr 1(141





BRITISH HO/ND)URAS GAZETTE


Terms: Cash and the buildings are to be re-
No. 1 of 1942--The Defence Force (Amend- moved within six weeks after purchase.
ment) Ordinance, 1942. M.P. 0955.


NI~o. 136.


M.P. 0144.5.


Belize, 21st February, 1942.

NOTICE.

To be sold at public auction on Tuesday, 10thz
March, 1942, at 2.00 p.m. in front of the Court
House at Belize the undernoted buildings, etc.,
now at Little Calabash Caye, Turneffe Islands,
being the property of the Sponge Fishery De-
partment -'

ONE DWELLING HOUSE; -

68 ft. by 12 ft. with 6 ft. verandah; addition
to the north 12 ft. by 6 ft. and on the south
10 ft. by 6 ft. with 5 ft. verandah (2 steps),
setting on 21 posts 7 ft. from the ground.
1 cypress vat north of dwelling--7 ft. x 8 ft.
bottom.
I cypress vat south of dwelling--8 ft. x 7 ft.
bottom.
I water closet.

ONE DWiELLING HOUSE WITH VERAN-
DAH:--
34 ft. by 11 ft. with- addition on the east 25
ft. by 6 ft. and on the west 18 ft. by 12 ft.
with one step--setting on 17 posts 7 ft. from
the ground.
I cypress vat-8s ft. by 8 ft. bottom.

4 TWO .ROOM DW\ELLIINGS:--
each 20 ft. by 12 ft.
1 TWO ROOM KITCHEN:--
20 ft. by 8 ft. with shed roof.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 28th February, 1942.

APPOINTMENT.

Pursuant to the powers conferred upon him by
section 8 of the Supreme Court Ordinance, Chap-
ter 153 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924, His Ex-
cellency the Giovernor has appointed Mr. J. N.
M'eighan to act as Clerk to the Registrar of the
Supreme Court.


No. 137.


M.P. 03043.


Belize, 28th February, 1942.

CEMETERIES.

It is notified that, pursuant to the provisions
of section 120 of the Public Health Ordinance,
Chapter 53 of- the Consolidated Laws, 1924, as
.amended by Ordinance No. 24 of 1941, the Gov-
ernor in Council, with the consent of the Legis-
lative Council, has declared that the Soldiers'
Cemetery at Newtown Barracks and the plot, of
ground known as the Baptist Cemetery situated
north of the Freetown Road, Belize, shall no
longer be cemeteries.


No. 138-


Belize, 28th February, 1942. 1 FOUR ROOM WATER CLOSET':--


10 ft. by 4 ft. with shed roof. -
1 ONE ROOM WATER CLOSET.
All above buildings are of one-storey, painted.
roofed with corrugaated galvanised irdn, and are
practically new.


ORDINANCES.

T'he under-mentioned Ordinances which have
this day been assented to by His Excellency the
Governor are published with this issue of the
-Gazette and form part thereof : _


No. 2 of 1942--The Trade Unions (Amend-
ment) Ordinance, 1942. M.P. 03334.


In re Estate of JOHN CRAWFORD late of Hill
Bank, deceased.


No. 3 of 1942--The Public RequirementsI a wo m) nc:
Loan (Amendment) Ordinance, 1942.Toalwmitayonr:


M.P. 0793


TAKE, NOTICE that by virtue .of the powers
conferred upon me by sect:0n nine of the Official
Administrator Ordinance--Chapter 211 of the
Consolidated Laws, 1924--1, HAROLD JOHN
HUGH3ES, Official Admi~nistrator, intend on or
after the 30th day of May next to distribute the
assets of the aforesaid JOHN CRAWFORD of
Hill Bank in the Orange Walk District among
such claimants of whose claims I shall then have
notice.

And further take notice that all claims against
the estate of the said John Crawford must be
delivered to me before the 30th day of May next.

PAnd further take notice that neither I nor the
Public Revenue will be liable in respect of any
assets distributed by me without express notice
of any such claim at the time of distribution.

Dated the 19th February, 1942.

H. J. HUGHES,
Official Administratoi.


No. 4 of 1942--The Workmen's Compensa-
tion Ordinance, 1942. M.P. 02727 '


No. 139.


M.P. 03342.


Be!ize, 28th2 Februarry, 1942.

s`TATUTO.RY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned. Statutory Rule and Or-
der is published with this issue of the Gazette
-and forms part thereof:--

No. 13 of 1942--Proclamation dissolving the
Legislative Council.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,


Colonial Secretary.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE. '7


Ro. 140. Supply Office.
Belize, 25th February, 1942.

DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939.
(Statutory Rules and ~Orders 1939, No. 69).

ORDER BY THE SUPPLY OFFICER RELATING
TO STOCK RETURNS.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Regulation 50 .(1) of the Defence
Regulations, 1939 (Statutory Rules and Orders, 1939, No. 69), the Supply Officer hereby
orders as follows:-

1. Eveji person dealing in any of the commodities listed in Schedule "A" to this
order shall, unless exempted by the Supply Officer, submit to the Supply Officer a Re-
turn for each such commodity on the first day of each week. The Returns for the com-
modities listed in Schedule "A" shall be submitted on forms which may be obtained
frolm the Supply 'Office, an~d' which ~will show the following particulars:--
(a) N ~ame and business address of the person or firm submitting the Return.
()Stock on hand at the commencement of the period covered by the Return.
(c). -Stock purchased during. the period of the` Re~turn~.
(d) Stock sold during the period of the Return.
:(e)- Stock on~ hand at the end of the period covered by the Return.

:2.' lT Be~liee the Returns shall lbe delivered to the Supply Office, and in the Chyo,
Northern, Stann Crieek,- and Toledo Districts they shall be delivered to the Assistant
Supply Officer for the District. All Returns shall be delivered within four days of .the
date: on which they are due.

3. This Order shall come into effect on Monday, 2nd March, 1942, the first Re-
turn to be submitted under date of 9th March, 1942.

i 4. The' Ordler made on the Ist diay of March, 1941, and published in the Gazette
of 8th March, 1941., is hereby rescinded.

":~J. R. MINTY,
Supply Officer.






SCHEDUCrLE "A"

Commlodity Unit Q2uantity~
Flour .................. ..;. ................ ......-........... sacks of 96 lb.
Rice ~................... ...... ... ..........~..... .............. sacks of 224 lb.
R. K. Beans ....... ................ ................. sacks of 100 lb.
Pink Beans ............... ...I ........... ....... .......:._ sacks of 100 lb.
Other Beans ............................. ...... ........ sacks of 100 lb.
Lard Compound .............................................. in pounds.
Margarine ..-................. ................... in pounds.
Beef Corned ............... .......................... cases of 48 tins.
Milk -- Condensed ................. ...; ............. cases of 48 tins.
Milk Evaporated (6 oz.) ................... .....,........ cases of 96 tins.
Milk Evaporated (14 oz.) ................................ cases of 48 tins.
Tea ................... .. -..: ....-.......... i po n s
Sugar Local White ..............................;........... sacks of 100 lb.
Sugar Local Brown ............... ... ................... sacks of 100 lb.





?8 BRITISH- HONDURAS GAZETTE


of the said complaint, I do adjudge t
L. Shaw to pay to the said Clerk of
sum of $249.86 forthwith or on or
31st iMarch, 1942, next, and also to i
said Clerk oL Court the sum of one
his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal, thi:
of December in the year of our
thousand nine hundred and forty-one
Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.
H. S. RASSIM,
Acting District Commissioner,
Toledo.



District Comlmissionets (
Punta Gorda, 7th Februa.

LAND APPLICATIONS.
APPLICATIONS in connection wi
Islands are notified in the Government (
the purpose of giving any person an a
of making any representations to this
relation to any such application.
Such applications will be inserted i
three separate issues of the Gazette b
will be dealt with by the Governor, sI
plicants must be prepared for this deh
The following applications are hereb

By Order.
H. S. RASSIM,
Acting District Commission<


C ~


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT: Toledo Dis-
trict. -
Be it remembered that on the 10th day of Sep-
tember, 1941, complaint was made before H. S.
Rassim, Acting District Commissioner and one of
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that
British Honduras Company Ltd., bemng the own-
els or occupiers of certain land, to wit:
46,014 acres in the Toledo District, and with-
in the jurisdiction of the Court did neglect
and do still neglect to pay arrears of taxes
on such land in the Toledo District up to
the year 1941-42, amounting to $690.21, with-
in 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
17th day of December, 1941, at Punta Gorda
the parties aforesaid appear before me the under-
signed District Commissioner but the said British
Honduras Compitny Ltd., although duly called
doth not appear by themselves, their Counsel'
or Attorney, and it is now satisfactorily proved
on oath, that the said British Honduras Company
Ltd., by three consecutive publications in the
Gazette, dated 15, 22, 29.11.41, have been duly
served with the summons on 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 ac-
cording to law; and now having heard the matter
of the said complaint, I do adjudge the said Brit-
ish Honduras Company Ltd., to pay to the said
Clerk of Court the sum of $690.21 forthwith or
on or before the 31st March, 1942, next, and
also to pay to the said Clerk of Court the sum
of one dollar for his costs in this behalf.
Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day
of December in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and forty-one at Punta
Gorda in the Colony aforesaid.


TO LEASE.
Jan. 5, 1942--ADRIANO
Toledo District, situate in the
Gorda,
Jan. 28, 1942--BERNARD
Toledo District, situate in the
Gorda,


N. P
town
Lol
R. P
town


H. S. RASSIM
Acting District Commissionzer,
Toledo.


CANCELLATION--LEASE5


BRITISH HONDURAS, TO WIT: Toledo Dis-j M.P. S.G. 285-33-JOSE CASIM:
trict.ledo District, s:tuate in the town of Pun
Be it remembered that on the 10th day of Sep- Lot No. 49. For non-payment of rent
member, 1941, complaint was made before H. S.
Rassim, Acting District Commissioner and one of District Commissioner's O
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and fori Punta Gordar, 10th Februar
the said Colony of British Honduras, for that:
G. L. SHAW, being the owner of certain land,' LAND APPLICATIONS.
to wit: 8,329 acres situate at Deep River, Toledo
District, and within the jurisdiction of the Court APPLICATIONS in connection w\iit
did neglect and does still neglect to pay arrears lands are notified in the Government G
of taxes on such land in the Toledo District up' the purpose of giving any person an ol
to the year 1941-42 amounting to $249.86, with-i of making any representations to this
in the meaning of the Land and Property Taxi relation to any such application.
Ordinance--Chapter 24 of the Consolidated Laws, Such application will be inserted in
1924, and now at this day, to wit, on the 17th three separate issues of the Gazette be
d~ay of December, 1941, at Punta Gorda the par- will be dealt with by the Governor, so
ties aforesaid appear before me the undersigned/ plicants must be prepared for this deh;
District Commissioner but the said G. L. Shaw The following application is hereby
although duly called doth not appear by him-
self, his Counsel, or Attorney, and it is now satis- By Order.
factorily proved on oath, that the said G. L. E.L SGI
'Shaw, by three consecutive pub ications in the!
Carette, dated 15, 22, 29.11.41 has been duly itic omisoe
served with the summons on this behalf which
required him to be and appear here at this dayl TO LEASE.
before such Justices of the Peace for the said:
rolony an should now he here~ to answer thel Feb. 10. 1942--STSTA PAT.ACTCI






BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE *, r9


No. 141I. Survey Department, Gorda Town on land formerly known as the
Rosewood Forest Reserve, North by land ap-
B2elize, 28thI February, 1942. proved to Santos C. Arzu, East by land approved
to S. Bevans, South~ by Crown land, West by the
LAND APPLICATIONS. road reserve and land of ones; being the north-
ern portion of land formerly approved to Ran-
APPLICATIONS in connection with Crown dolph Pascasio 5 acres
lands are notified in the Govetnrcnmn Gazette for Oct. 16, 1941--REUBIN EMMANUEL--
:the purpose of giving any person an opportunity Stann Creek District, situate in the vicinity of
sof making any representations to this office in 10t Miles on the Stann Creek Valley Road,
relation to any such application. North by Crown land, East by land approved to
Richard Ambrogie, South by blocks Nos. 257
Such applications will be inserted in at least/ and 258, West by land approved to W. B. Rudan
,three separate issues of the Gazette before they 10 acres
will be dealt with by the Governor, so that appli- Jan. 3, 1942--IRENO CARILLO--Cayo
;cants must be prepared for this delay. District, situate on the left ascending the West-
ern Branch, Belize River, North by block No.
The following applications are hereby notified.j 233, East by block No. 257, South by block No.
228, West by the river; being block No. 232 for-
merly leased to Francisco M. Alvarez 50 acres
By Order. Jan. 14, 1942--ADOLPH GARVIN and
ELAINE J. BAILY--Toledo District, situate on
A. WOLFFSOHN, the right ascending Temash River, known as Red
Director of Surveys. Bank, North by Crown land, East by Crown
land, South by land applied for purchase by A.
& Garvin and E. J. Baily and Crown land, West by
SCrown land IS acres
To Ld;d Jan. 30, 1942--JOSE M. GALVEZ--Cayo
O ea~e'District, situate near the Cayo-Benque Viejo
Road, North by block No. 256, East by block
Feb. 5, 1942--SYDNEY E. LESLIE--Belizel No. 223, South by block No. 222, West by block
District, situate at the north-east corner of Northl No. 224; being block No. 230 formerly leased
Drowned Caye, North by the sea, East by the to Eusebio Uke 33a. 3r. 17p.
sea, South by Crown land, West by Crown land; ** Feb. 4, 1942-SANTIAGO BENGUCHE--
being land formerly leased to John E. Leslie Toledo District, situate west of the Village of
5 acres Barranco, North by land of Cecilio Polonio,
F7eb. 5, 1942--ALBERT E. BEUCHOT-- South by the roadway, East by Crown land and
.Stann Creek District, situate on the sea coast at the Village, West by land granted to applicant
Commerce Bight, North by Crown land, East/ 2 acres
by the sea, South by land known as Hopkins, *+ Feb. 6, 1942--NICHOLAS ARJONILLA--
West by the~ lagoon and Crown land; including Stann Creek District, situate in the Carib Re-
the caye at the mouth of Freshwater Lagoon serve; being: blocks Nos. 112 & 113
a parcel of land S a. Or. 37p.
Feb. 6, 1942-WILLIAM F. FLOWERS-- Feb. 7, 1942--WILLIAM WADE--Belize
'Belize District, situate at Peccary Hills, Manatee, District, situate on the left ascending Manatee
North by land leased to Silvanus Groff, East. byj River, North by the river, East by land ap-
land leased to R. Hl. Panton and S. Garbutt, plied for by Hugh McDonald, South by road
South by land approved to Margaret Danielson, reserve and Crown land, West' by road reserve
West by Crown land; being land held on lease] and land applied for by Thomas Bowen; being
by applicant 4 acres land formerly leased to Benjamin Hume
*** Feb. 12, 1942--DANIEL ITZA--Cayo Dis-j 20a. Ir. 15p.
trIct, situate in the Village of Soccoths Feb. 10, 1942--EDWARD M. LEWIS-Bel-
Lot No. 40B ize District, situate at Big Ridge, Sibun River.
"** Feb. 13, 1942-ROBERT MY. SMITH-- North by road reserve and Section No. 9, East
Stann Creek District, situate on the sea coast at) by road reserve and Section No. 11 (A. T. Hyde),
-Commerce Bight, North by Crown land, East by South by Section No. 19, West by the western
the sea, South by land known as Hopkins, Westl portion of Section No. 10; being the eastern por-
by the Lagoon and Crown land tion of Section No. 10 15 acres
a parcel of land *** Feb. 19, 1942--PEDRO MEZA--Belize Dis-
'** Feb. 16, 1942--FAUSTINO CHAN--Cayo trict, situate on the south side of the Belize-Sibun
District, situate in the Village of Soccoths Road near Almond Hill Lagoon, North by Crown
Lot No. 40B land, East by Crown land, South by Crown land,
*** Feb. 21, 1942--DANIEL N. DAVIS--Belize West by Crown land; being land formerly leased
District, situate on the right ascending Black to Francisco Almendarez 10 acres
Creek, in the Black Creek Reserve, North by *** Feb. 20, 1942--JOSEPH N. BUTLER--Bel-
Crown land, East by land approved to S. T. A./ ize District, situate at 15 miles on t~he Belize-
Middleton, South by the Creek, West by Crown! Corozal Road, North by land approved to Dud-
land 100 acres ley Howard, East by Crown land, South by
SCrown land, West by the road; being a Dortion
of land formerly approved to Alonzo L. Whitten
TO ~rhae.*** Feb. 23, 1942-KARL STAMP--Beliz i-s
** Nov. 20, 1941--ALIDIA ESTRADA B-- trict, situate on the right ascending the Hau'over
Toledo District, situate on the right ascending Creek. Belize River, North by the Haulover Road,
Columbia Branch, Rio Grande, North by Crowni East by road reserve and land the property of
land, East by Crown land, South by the Colum- 'Theochilus Rsache, South by the Creek, West by
bia Branch, West by land applied for by Santiago Ciown land; being lalids formerly leaked to
Romero 25 acres Charles Elliott and George Lauriano 16 acres
** Novr. 20, 1941-FEREDERICK STRAUG- *** Feb. 23, 1942-SARAH ROGERS--Belize
HAN--Toledo District. situate west of Punta District. situate in the Santana Reserve. North





80 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


by survey line and land occupied by Mary Rha- fidential Cover to the: Income Tax Branch (Treats-
burn, East by land occupied by Adelaide Clarke,/ ury), Belize, or to the District Commissioner in
South by Crown land, West by land approved to an out-district, from whom the necessary forms
Elizabeth McField; being lands formerly held on can be obtained on application.
permit by Ann -Slusher and applicant 10 acres
*** Feb. 25, 1942-EIMELIA JANE JANNETT 5.r Failure to file returns within the time pre-
-Belize District, situate about 29 miles south of scribed by law will render taxpayers, liable to
Sibun River, North by land occupied by Wilhiam prosecution without further warning.
Mortis, East by the sea, South by Crown land,l
West by Crown land; being land formerly leased By .Order.
to Marie Bevans 25 acres
-.----~I-U~P~Y- -~b-R. E. TURNBULL,

For a Free Grant. Incomet Tra commissioner.

Jan. 5, 1942--ELISEO GONGORA--Cayo i,-r
District, .situate 11 miles south-east of Benque
Viejo, North by block No. 569A., East by block En 4
No. 567, South by block No. 581, West by Crown
land; being, a portion of block No. 567 20 acres
Jan. .29, 1942--FEDERICO LAMBB-Cayoi Ed~crucaionl Office,
District, situate in the Iguana Creek Estate, North Belize, 3rd Janurary, 1942.
by blocko~io. 28,. East by block No. 16, South
ly block No. 6,.West by block .No. 18; being TEACHERS' ~AND PUPIL TEACHERS'
block .No, 17 20 acres
E'eb. 4, 1942--FREDERICK C. P. BOWEN EXAvIlNATIONS, 1942.
~---lieize District, situate on the right ascending
f~elize River, North.byJ Crown land, East by land it is hereby notified for general information
of E. J.. Hofius, South by land the property of that: the Teachers' and Pupil Teachers' Examina-
E;.W1. M. Bowen, West by Crown land 20 acres tions,. 194t2, will- be held on-.Tuesdfay, Wednesday
Sand TIhursdtay, the 5thi, fith, and. 7th May, 1942,
.. ~ /at Belize, also at Cayo, Corozal and Punta Gor-da
Cil neaa~ons-o;.lion icke if ti here are sufficient candidates at these places.
2. Applications for entry must be made on
M.P. ~S.Q.. 1021--D. W. BETANCOURT--- form~ 5 -for the T'eachers' Examinations and form
Belize District, situate at Rockstone Pond Agri- 6 for the Pupil Teachers' Examinations, and murist
cultural Settlement. 14.32 acres. For non-pay- reach the Educaition. Office nout- later than the
ment of .the third instalment. .. 1st. Mar-ch, 1942. As after this date no entry
M.P. S.~G. 1029--A. WILLIAMiS--Belize will be; received, intending .candidates .should send
District, situate at Rockstone Pond Agricultural in their entries, duly completed and signed, -as
Settlement. 15 acres. For non-payment of the ;e-rly as possible so as to allow for possible de-
first -instalment.U'_ :P:s~;'1j h FT iBO-e layei in the mail.

District, situate at Rockstone Pond Agr:cultural .
Settlement. 17.25 acres.- For non-payment of the mind alteacherse andatheir principals are re
fourth isams 3-H P GARBUTT--Belize the examination involves his or her dismissal.

District, situate at Rlockstone Fond Agricilturall
Settlement. 16.44 acres. For non-payment of the 1 4. Prmncipal teachers are further reniinded tigat
second~ and third. instalments. no pupil teacher can be engaged who has not
MP.P. S,G. 1034-0. JONES--Belize District, passed at least the First Year Pupil Teachers'~
situate at Rockstone Pond Agricultural Settle- Exa~mination.
ment. ~15.17. acres. For non-payment of the sec
onid instalment.
I ----- -LIL I Edn.: 4/41..
The Treasulry,
Belize, 14thr Jlanuary, 1942,
Belizc, 3rdI Januaryv, 1941.
QI.EEN STREET GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.
NOTICE.
Applications are invited for the post of As-
INCOME TAX. sistant, Queen Str~eet Government School, Belize..
Salary: $18.75, $25, $31.25 or $37.50 per month
.Persons liable to pay Income Tax are remind- according to certificate. Applicants should wr~ite
ed t:hat they are required to file .returns of their to the Director of Education, Belize, stating their
incomes in respect of the year ending 31st De-- qualifications and experience, and enclosing birth
cember, 1941, on .or before the 31st March, 1942. certificate and originals of recent testimonials,.
2. Returns by employers of salaries, &c., should and must be pepared to take up duty on the-
be forwarded to ~the Income Tax Branch (Treas-
nry) not later than the 31st March, 1942.
3. In the case of any person carrying on busi- By Order.
ness, a certified copy of the Profit & Loss Ac-
cpunt and Balance Sheet should accompany the B. E. CARMAN,
return.





BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE 83


_ ~_1~1 L____ ___ _


Surpply Office,
Belize, 26th February, 1942.

DEFENCE REGULATIONS, 1939
(Statutory Rules and Orders No. 69 of 1939).

CANCELLATION OF ORDER RELATING
TO THE TRANSFER OF CERTAIN
COMMODITIES.

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by
Regulation 50 (1) of the Defence Regulations,
1939 (Statutory Rules and Orders No. 69 of 1939),
the Supply Officer hereby notifies that Order
No. 284 relat:ng to the transfer of certain com-
modities, published in the Gazette of 18th May,
1940, is cancelled as from 28th February, 1942.
The daily report of sales from wholesale mer-
chants will not be required after the 2nd day of
March, 1942.
J. R. MINTY,
Supply Officer.


~AZ 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 the 31st
of December.

Single copies may be obtained from
the Government Printer at 15 cents
per copy.

Rates for Non-official Notices.

First insertion, 50 cents per inch,
single column.

Second and every subsequent inser-
tion of the same notice, 25 cents per
inch, single column


No. 142.

Forest Office,
Belize, 28thz Februaruy, 1942.


FOREST APPLICATIONS.


The following applications for forest licences
.are published as required by Rule 12 of the For-
erst Rules, 1939, in order to give any person an
opportunity of making representation with regard
to any such application. No such representation
will be considered unless it is lodged at the For-
est9 Office (addressed to the Conservator of For.
.ests and not to any forest officer by name) within
fourteen days of the date of publication of the
Ga'zette in which the advertisement of the appli
cation first appears.

By Order.


NEIL S. STEVENSON,

Conservator of Forests.





Second Publicationl--

H. T. A. BOWMAN:-- All Crown lands ex-
diuding lands leased and granted.


Magistrate's Offic~e,
Belize, 23rd Febr~uary, 1942.


PRODUCE LICENCES.

The following licences to buy and sell produce
in the Belize District during the year ending 31st
March, 1943, have been issued under the provi-
sions of Chapter 72 of the Consolidated Laws,
S1924 -


N~ame

Edward Moody
William B. Orr
Severe Guerrero


Address
Belize
Belize
San Pedro, Ambergris Cay~e.

H. J. HUGHES,

Magistrate, Belize.


No. 144.


1,000 lb. minimum-


Castilla rubber


J. SALVAIDOR ESPAT: Crown lands in
the Cayo, Stann Creek and Toledo districts
bounded on the east by the sea, on the south by
the Sarstoon River, on the west by the frontier
.and on the north by the Stann Creek Road to
Middlesex thence by. the main line of hills west-
wards from Middlesex to Baldy Sibun, thence
by the trail to Blancaneau and the private proper-
ties (Nos. 30, 19, 8 and 7 on the Property Map)
.and the leases and grants south of Cayo, exclud-
ing all lands leased and granted.


20,000 lbo. minimum.


Cfhicle & Crown Gum


C6ounterl application to J. S. Espat.

S. B. VERNON:-- Toledo District. Crown
lands bounded on the north by Monkey River
and its Swasey branch and by the Maya moun-
tains and the palmarr' reaching the western fron-
tiier in the neighbourhood of the Mopan river;
-on the east by the sea, on the south by the Sar- )
stoon River and on the west by the frontier, ex-
cluding all lands leased and granted.
Chicle & Crown Gum 15,000 lbo. minimum.


First Publication-

C. A. WATT'ERS:-- Belize District. Pine for-
asts on Crown lands bounded on the north by
~private estates and Freshwater Creek, on the east
by Northern Lagoon and Western Lagoon, on the
south by M/ahogany Creek thence by Cornhouse
Creek and Manatee River to its mouth, on the
west by the high bush near Whitehill, excluding
all lands leased and granted.

IBine 600 trees minimum.


SNo. 143.




















EXTRAORD~INe T\ARY


No. x45 M. P. 03342.

Colonial Secretarv's Office.
Belize. 2nd March, 1942.

WRITSgy OF ELECTION.

In accordance with the provisions of No. 27 (2) of:
the Regulations under the Electoral Qualifications andf
Regulations Ordinance, 1935 (No. 14 of 1935), the fol-
lowing copies of Writs of Election issued by His Excel-
lency the Governor are published for general informa-
tion.
By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Coloni~al Secretary.






_ __~_~___~ ~ ~ ___ ~_ __ ___ ___ ___ ~ ~_~


TO THE Returning Officer of the Belize Division.

GREETIN G:

PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by Regulation 27 of the Regulations
in the -Schedule to the Electoral Qualifications and Regulations Ordinance 1935 I com-
mand you that notice of the time and place of election being first duly given you do
cause election to be made according to law of Two members to serve as elected mem-
bers of the Legislative Council for the Belize Division of the Colony and that you or
your assistants do attend at the District Court House, Belize, to receive the votes of the
persons whose names appear on the proper Register of Voters and that you do cause the
names of such members when so elected to be certified to me without delay.

THIS WRIT is returnable on or before the 20th day of April, 1942.

ISSUED under my hand and the P3ublic Seal of the Colony this second
day of March in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-two and
in the sixth year of His Majesty's reign.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 03342.


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE


No. 146.

BRITISH HONDURAS.


His Excellency JOHN ADAMS HUNTER,
Esquire, Companion of the Most Distinguished
Order of Saint Michael and Saint George,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the Colony of British Honduras,
etc., etc., etc.


Seal of
the
Colony

J. A. HUNTER,
Governor.


No0. I47.

BRITISH HIONDURAS.


His Excellency JOHN ADAMS HUNTER,
Esquire, Companion of the Most Distinguished
Order of Saint Michael and Saint George,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the Colony of British Honduras,
etc., etc., etc.


the



J. A. HUNTER,
Governor.


TO THE Returning Officer of the Northern Division.

GREET ING:

PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by Regulation 27 of the Regulations
in the Schedule to the Electoral Qualifications and Regulations Ordinance 1935 I com-
mand you that notice of the time and place of.election being first duly given you do
cause election to be made according to law of One member to serve as an elected mem-
ber of the Legislative Council for the Northern Division of the Colony and that you or
your assistants do attend at the District Court House, Corozal, and at the District Court
House, Orange Walk, to -receive the votes of the persons whose names appear on the








proper Register of Voters and that you do cause the name of such member when so
.elected to be certified to me without delay.
THIS' WRIT is returnable on or before the 24th day of April, 1942.
ISSUED under my hand and ~the Public Seal of the Colony this second
day of March in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-two and
.in the sixth year of His Majesty's reign.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
M.P. 03342. Colonial Secretary.


Ko'- 148.

BRITISH HONDURAS.
His Excellency JOHN ADAMS HUNTER,
Seal ofEsquire, Companion of the Most Distinguished
the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
j~olonyover the Colony of British Honduras,
etc., etc., etc.
J. A. HUNTER,
Governor.

TO THE Returning Officer of the Stann Creek Division.
GREETING:
PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by Regulation 27 of the Regulations
in the Schedule to the Electoral Qualifications and Regulations Ordinance 1935 I com-
mand you that notice of the time and place of election being first duly given you do
cause election to be made according to law of One member to serve as an elected mem-
ber of the Legislative Council for the Stann Creek Division of the Colony and that you
or your assistants do attend at the District Court House, Stann Creek, to receive the votes
~of the persons whose names appear on the proper Register of Voters and that you do
cause the name of such member when so elected to be certified to me without delay.
THIS WRIT is returnable on or before the 20th day of April, 1942.
ISSUED under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony this second
day of March in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-two and
in the sixth year of His Majesty's reign.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
M/.P. 03342. Colonial Secretary.


No. 149

BRITISH HONDURAS.
His Exicellency JOHN ADAMS HUNTER,
Esquire, Companion of the Most Disiimguished
Seal ofOrder of Saint Michael and Saint George,
the Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
Colony over the Colony of British Honduras,
etc., etc., etc.
J. A. HUNTER,
Governor.
TO THE Returning Officer of the Western Division.
GRFFTTN G*


BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE





86 BRITISH HONDURAS GAZETTE -


PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by Regulatioh 27 of the Regulations
in the Schedule to the Electoral Qualifications and Regulations Ordinance 1935 I com-
mand you that notice of the time and place of election being first duly given you do:
cause election to be made according to law of One member to serve as an elected mem-
ber of the Legislative Council for the Western Division of the Colony and that you or
your assistants do attend at the District Court House, Cayo, to receive the votes of the
persons whose names appear on the proper Register of Voters and that you do cause
the name of such member when so elected to be certified toa me without delay.

THIS WRIT is returnable on or before the 22nd day of April, 1942.

ISSUED .under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony this second
day of March in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-two and
in the sixrth year of His Majesty's reign.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 03342.


NSo. 150.

BRITISH HONDURAS.

His Excellency JOHNV ADAMS HUNTER,
Seal othe iEsquire, Companion of the M~ost Distinguished
Sea ofOrder of Saint MRYichael and Saint Georce,
the Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
Colony over the Colony of British Honduras,
etc., etc., etc.
J. A. HUNTER,
Governor.

TO THE Returning Officer of the Toledo Division.

GREETING:

PURSUANT to the powers vested in me by Regulation 27 of the Regulat-ions,
in the Schedule to the Electoral Qualifications and Regu~lations Ordinance 1935 I com-
mland you that notice of the time and place of election being first duly given you do:
cause election to be made according to law of One member to serve as an elected mem-
ber of the Legislative Council for the Toledo Division of the Colony and that you or
your assistants do attend at the District Court House, Punlta Gordah, to receive the votes
of the persons whose names appear on the proper Register of Voters and that you do
cause the name of such member when so elected to be certified to me without delay.

THIS WRIT is returnable on or before the 20th day of ApriL, 1942.

ISSUED under my hand and the Public Seal of the Colony this second
day of March in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and foriy-two and
in the sixth year of His Majesty's reign.

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
folon~ial SeC~retary.





















G~OVERNENT~"O~`J


~I_ ~
~~II~


RETIREMENT ON PENSION.

COIX, W. A., Foreman Carpenter, Public Works
Department, retired, on pension, with effect
from 1st March, 1942.


BELIZE, 7th MAnRCHI, 1942


Page 87


No. 14


Wilson to be Officer Commanding the British
Honduras Defence Force with effect from 10th
February, 1942.

Major Charnock-Wilson arrived in the Coloofy
on 19th February, 1942.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 7th March, 1942.

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

By Command.

R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial Secretary.


No. 155.


M.P. 03380.


Belize; 7th March, I 942.

PROMOTION.

Under and by virtue of the powers conferred
upon him by Ordinance No. 19 of 1928, section
8 (1), His Excellency the Governor and Com-
mander-in-Chief is pleased to make the following
promotion in the British Honduras Defence For~ce
with effect from 19th February, 1942:--

Major H. P. Charnock-Wilson to be Lieutenant-
Colonel.


------- ---i- --- ----


M.P. 0782.


No. 75 T.


APPOINTMENT.

STEVENSON, N. S., Conservator of Forests, to
act as Agricultural Officer, with effect from
5th Mlarch, 1942, until further notice.


M/.P. 02949.


No. 152.


RELINQUISJHM~ENT.

JOHANSON, Lieutenant-Colonel J. L., relin-/
quished command of the British Honduras De-
fence Force with effect from 26th Februa-ry,
1942.


No. 156.


M.P. 03380.


Belize, 7th March, 1942.

ASSUMPTION OF DUTY.
CHARNOCK-WILSON, Lieutenant-Colonel H.
P., assumed dulty as Officer Commanding the
British Honduras Defence Force with effect
from 26th February, 1942.


M.P. 0518.


No. I53.


No 157.


M.P. 01539.


Belize, 7tha March, 1942.

BILL PUjBLISHED.
The under-mentioned Bill which is to be sub-
mitted to the Legislative Council, is published for
general information with this issue of the Gazette
and forms part thereof:-
A Bill entitled an Ordinance to amend the
District Commissioners Ordinance Chapter
172 of the Consolidated Laws, 1924.


M.P. 03380.


Nio. 154.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
Belize, 7th MWarch, 1942.

APPOINTMENT.

His Excellency the Governor and Commander.
in-Chief has appointed Major H. P. Charnock-





883 BRITISH HON4DURAS GAZETTE


Belize, 7thl March, 1942.
sTATUTO-RY RULES AND ORDERS.

The under-mentioned Statutory Rule and Or-
der is published with this issue of the Gazette
and forms part thereof-
No. 14a of 1942--The Foreign Travel Permit
Regulations, 1942.
By Command.
R. E. TURNBULL,
Colonial' Secretary.


Terms: Cash and the buildings are to be re-
moved within six weeks after purchase.


In re Estate of JOHN CRAWFORD late of Hill
Bank, deceased.

Toa all whom it may concern:
TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of the powers
conf~erred ulpon me by section nine of the Official
Administrator Ordinance--Chapter 211 of the
Consolidated :Iaws, 1924--1, HAROLD JOHN
RUGHES, Official Administrator, intend -on or
afier the 30th day of May next to distribute the
assets of the aforesaid JOHN CRAWFORD of
Hill Bank in the Orange Walk District among
such claimants of whose claims I shall then have
notice.

And further take notice that all claims against
the estate of the- said John Crawford must be
delivered to me before" the 30)th day of May next.

And further take notice that neither I nor the
Publid'Revenue will be liable in respect,-ol atny
assets distributed by me without express notice
of any ~such claim at the time of distribution.

Dated the l~th -February, 1942.

H. J. HUGHES.
Officiall 4dmrinrioram:r.


IMPORTA"TION OF CALENDARS
'FOR 1943.

1. It is notified for general information that
Calendars for 1943, which are provided free of
charge~ by foreign' exporters, and- for which no
payment from this Colonyr is reqitired, may be
imported under Licence.
2. This permission dioes not` apply to the im-
portation of Almanacs and Booklets advertising
medicines and other types of merchandise which
have a calendar in their composition.

J. R. MINTY,
Controller of Imnports.


No. 158.


M.P. 03390.


Belize, 21st February, 1942.

NOTICE.

To be sold at public auction on Tuesday, 10th
MCarch, 1942, at 2.00 p.m. in front of the Court
House at Belize the undernoted buildings, etc.,
iow at Little Calabash Caye, Turneffe Islands,
seing the property of the Sponge Fishery De-
,,artment :

ONE DWELLING HOUSE:--

68 ft. by 12 ft. with: 6 ft. verandah; addition
to the north 12 ft. by 6 ft. and on the south
10 ft. by 6 ft. with 5 ft. verandah (2 steps),
setting on 21 posts 7 ft. from the ground.
I cypress vat north of dwelling--7 ft. x 8 ft.
bottom.
1 cypress vat south of dwelling--8 ft. x 7 ft.
bottom.
1 water closet.

ONE DWELLING HOUSE WITH VERAN-
DAH:--
34 ft. by 11 ft. with addition on the east 25
ft. by 6 ft. and on the west 18 ft. by 12 ft.
with one step-settmng on 17 posts 7 ft. from
the ground.
I cypress vat-8d ft. by 8 ft. bottom.

4 TWO ROOM DWELLINGS:--
each 20 ft. by 12 ~ft.
1 TWO ROOM KITCHEN:--
20 ft. by 8 ft. with shed roof.
1 FOUR -ROOM WATER CLOSET:--
10 ft. by 4 ft. with shed roof.
1 ONE ROOM WATER CLOSET.


No. 159.


M.P. 03241.


Harbour Master's Office,
Belize, 6th March, 1942.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.
ALTERATION TO LIGHT AT
CAYE BOKEL.

It is aiotified that on and after the 1st April,
194f2, the present fixed white light on Caye Bokel
at the iouthern extremity of the Turneffe Islands
wil be replaced 'by a flashing light.
The new light will be elevated 35- feet above
sea level with an approximate range of eight
miles and the character~ iill be~ two wiite~ flashes
of f second duration each' every TO seconds.

R. K. MASSON,
Harbour Master.


No. 160.


Imports Con:rol Departmnent, All above buildings are of one-storey, painted,
Belize, 3rd M~arch, 1942. roofed with corrugated galvanised iron, and are
practically new.


I.C. 21 '


No. 16L


Supply Office,
SBelize,~ 7th Ma~rch, 1942.

OIL IN TIN CANS-

:It'- is underrsood that, in consequence of thel
world shortage of tin, future supplies of oil im
ported from Itio'd~d will be izi bulk, and not in l
tm cans.
The ~general priblic are~ thei-efore. advised to
take aill possible: steps to conserve all cans in their
possession` for refilling from bulk stipplies.

J. R. MINTY,
'Surpply Officer.




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