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Title: Official gazette
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Publication Date: January 12, 1953
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OFFICIAL GAZETi



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU JANUARY 12, 1953 2


GOVERNMENT NOTICE


Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 3 6th January, 1953
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved the grant of the Co-
lonial Police and Fire Brigade
Long Service Medal to No. 43
Sergeant D. Armbrister of the
Bahamas Police Force in recog-
nition of his 18 years ex-
emplary service in the Force.
M.P. 1431.


Colonial Secretary's Office.
No. 4 7th January, 1953.
The resignation by Mr. Leo
Alvin Davis of his appointment
as a Clerk Grade VI, has been
accepted to take effect from the
1st January, 1953.
M.P. P. 73


Colonial Secretary's Office.
No. 5 8th January, 1953.
Mr. Hilton Andrew Clare has
been appointed to be First
Grade Local Constable at Fresh
Creek, Andros, with effect from
the 1st December, 1952.
M.P. 12571 /111


Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 6 10th January, 1953.
The resignation by Mr. Har-
court W. Bethell of his appoint-


ment as a Linesman Grade II
in the Telecommunications De-
vartment, has been accepted to
take effect from the 9th Jan-
uary, 1953.
M.P. P.301
The foregoing notices num-
bered 3 to 6 are published by
command.
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown
Colonial Secretary


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


NOTICE


Re Family Allowances: De-
pendents of Agricultural Work-
ers are hereby notified that Al-
lowances in respect of workers
who have left the Colony dur-
ing the months of October and
November 1952, will be paid
during the week commencing
12th January 1953.
Herman Pyfrom,
Labour Officer


ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES
COMMITTEE.
10th January, 1953.
There will be a sale of Sugar
at the Warehouse (Centerville)
on Tuesday, January 13th, 1953.
The price is 3. 3. 0 per 112
lbs. bag.
A. K. Cole,
Director of Supplies.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


NOTICE

BOARD OF EDUCATION
CONTINUATION CLASSES
Board of Education Continu-
ation Classes which are open
to all students intending to sit
the Cambridge Examinations
will be resumed in the Western
Junior School at 5:15 p.m. on
Monday 12th January 1953.
Board of Education Technical
Classes for the benefit of the
subordinate staff of the Utility
Departments, will be resumed
at Oakes' Field at 5:15 p.m. on
Monday January 12th. 1953.


POLICE NOTICE

Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas.
27th December, 1952.
INSPECTION OF CABS,
DRAYS AND CARTS
Owners and Drivers of
Hcrse Cabs, Drays and Carts
are informed that an Inspec-
tion of all Horse Cabs and
horses, all Drays and Horses,
all Carts and draught ani-
mals will be held as under:-
Cabs at Fort Charlotte at
10 a.m. Tuesday 6th January,
1953.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Drays and Carts at Fort
Charlotte at 10 a.m. Wednes-
day 7th January, 1953.
Carts at Fox Hill at 10 a.m.
Thursday 8th January, 1953.
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas.
9th January, 1953.
INSPECTION OF CABS, DRAYS
AND CARTS
Owners and Drivers of Horse
Cabs, Drays and Carts are in-
formed that an inspection of all
Horse Cabs and Horses, all
Drays and Horses, all Carts and
draught animals not already
licensed for the current Quarter
will be held at FORT CHAR-
LOTTE on TUESDAY the 20th
of January, 1953, at 10 a.m.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police

NOTICE

INSPECTION OF TAXI-CABS

All Owners and Drivers of
Taxi-cabs not already passed by


the Taxi-cab Board are remind-
ed to have their Taxi-cabs at
Fort Charlotte at 10 a.m. on
Tuesday the 13th January 1953
for inspection by the Taxi-cab
Board.
R. J. W. Verrall,
Commissioner of Police
NOTICE

No. 1953/2
WHEREAS George Grimes.
of the Southern District, New
Providence, Insurance Collector,
has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands
for letters of Administration of
the real and personal estates
of Eva Wallace, late of the
Southern District. New Provi-
dence. Single Woman, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of fourteen days
from the date hereof.
P. D. Fleming
Registrar
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
10th January, 1953.


NOTICE


No. 1953,/3
WHEREAS Lucy Sweeting,
of East Street, South, New Provi-
dence, Widow, has made appli-
cation to the Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of the Ba-
hama Islands for letters of Ad-
ministration of the real and
personal estates of Solomon
Dunlop Sweeting, late of East
Street, South, New Providence,
Retired Public School Teacher,
deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of fourteen days
from the date hereof.
P. D. Fleming
Regitrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
10th January, 1953.


NOTICE


No. 1953/4
WHEREAS Ellis Nathaniel
Curling, of the Settlement of
Duncan Town, Ragged Island,








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Seaman, has made application
to the Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the Bahama Is-
lands for letters of Administra-
tion of the real and personal
estates of Oscar Wilberforce
Curling, late of the Settlement
of Duncan Town, Ragged Is-
land, Seaman, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of twenty-eight days
from the date hereof.
P. D. Fleming.
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
10th January, 1953.


NOTICE


No. 1952 /6
WHEREAS James Leonard
Johnson, of the Southern Dis-
trict, New Providence, Merchant,
has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands for
letters of Administration of the
real and personal estates of Wil-
liam Harris Johnson, late of
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera, Baha-
mas, Farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of twenty-eight days
from the date hereof.
P. D. Fleming
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
10th January, 1953.


NOTICE

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
6th January, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that
any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any
Mark appearing hereunder,
may, within one month from
the date of this Notice, lodge,
at the Registrar General's Of-
fice, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a
notice of opposition, in dupli-
cate, in the Form 7 in the
Second Schedule, Trade Mark
Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposi-


tion, a
respect
posed.


fee of 1 is payable in
of each application op-


CLASS 1
FLOW KOTE
2279
Application No. 2279, in respect
of Paints and all other goods
in Class 1.
Applicants:- E. I. Du Pont De
Nemours and Company hav-
ing a place of business at
1007 Market Street, Wilmin-
gon, State of Delaware, United
States of America, a corpora-
tion organised under the
Laws of the State of Del-
aware, Manufacturers, trad-
ing as E. I. Du Pont De Ne-
mours and Company who
claim to be the proprietors
of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
Harry P. Sands, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:-29th De-
cember, 1952.
P. D. Fleming.
Registrar.
Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
6th January, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that
any person interested in oppos-
ing the registration of any
Mark appearing hereunder,
may, within one month from
the date of this Notice, lodge,
at the Registrar General's Of-
fice, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a
notice of opposition, in dupli-
cate, in the Form 7 in the Sec-
ond Schedule, Trade Mark
Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposi-
tion, a fee of 1 is payable in re-
spect of each application op-
posed.
CLASS 13


SW4


LOW


2280.
Application No. 2280, in respect
of "Wire netting, wire fenc-









8 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

ing, wire nails, wire staples Applicants' Agent and Address
and wire droppers for fenc- for service in the Bahamas:-
ing". R. Newton Higgs, Esq., of
Applicant:- Ryland Brothers Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
Limited, having a place of sau, Bahamas.
business at Church Street, Date of Application:-5th Jan-
Warrington, Lancashire, Eng- uary, 1953.
land, Manufacturers, who
claim to be the proprietors of P. D. Fleming,
the above mark. Registrar.

NOTICE


1. Beef, Salt
Beef, Salt, Boneless
2. Butter in bulk
3. Bread, White or Wholemeal
Loaves of ten ounces and
over at the rate per ten
ounce or part thereof
Charge for slicing and
wrapping per loaf
4. Cheese, Daisy
5. Fats: Vegetable Compounds
Shortening and Lard sub-
stitutes except Crisco, Spry
and Cookeen
6. Flour
7. Grits: White
Yellow
8. Milk, Evaporated 141/2 oz.
can.
Maximum Wholesale price:
3. 6. 0. per case of 48 large
or 96 small cans.
Milk, Evaporated:
9. Milk Sweetened Condensed,
14 oz. can.
3. 16. 0 per case of 48 cans
10. Onions
11. Potatoes
12. Soap, Common (Clock, Saw
and Gipsy) Original weight
13. Sugar
14. Chambray, Blue work 36"
15. Cotton, Brown mark up
profit of 33 1/3 per cent
16. Cotton, White 36" (Thread
count of 64 x 60 average
and under
17. Denim, Blue 2.20 weight
18. Shoes Heavy Work Men's
32/- and 34/- per pair
Women leatherr tops
stitched composition soles
19. Shoes, Tennis (Canadian)
High
Low 10/- and 12/- per pair.
20. Hardware and Fishing
Supplies:
Anchors, Iron Common
stock.


per lb.
per lb.
per lb.


Retail Price
s. d.
2 8
3 0
4 10


9

1
5 6



2 0
7
9
7

1 6


small can


1 81A


per lb.
per lb

per oz.
per lb.
per yd.


per yd.
per yd.


1 8 0

14 0


per lb.


LATEST LIST OF PRICE CONTROLLED GOODS
UNDER
THE DEFENCE REGULATIONS 1942
ARTICLE Ma


tximum


1
84
3 6


2 9
5 0


1 6










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


21. Cotton Sail Duck 22" stan-
dard




22. Fish Hooks, per pack of 100


per yd.
per yd.
per yd.
per yd.
per yd.


23. Fish Pots, Manufactured each 3 0 0
24. Wire for Fish Pots per lb. 1 6
25. Kerosene Oil per gal. 1 9
Where delivery is made an
extra 2d. per gal. may be
charged.
Every vendor carrying on business within the Island of NeA
Providence should have displayed on their premises, in a con,
rpicuous position, a notice stating in plain words the figures an4
p-ices at which every or each commodity is sold.
J. L. LIGHTBOURN, Secretary,
Essential Supplies & Price Control Committee.
5th January, 1953.


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING
THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACT


AUTHORITY
1938.


Notice is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing
Authority for the Island of New Providence will be held at the
Magistrate's Court on Thursday the 15th day of January 1953
at 4.30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and trans-
fers of licences under the above Act. The undermentioned
persons have applied for a grant of the licences specified
below.

LICENCE S.


Name and Address
of the Applicant


1. Charles H. Fisher,
Secy.,
Curfew Elks Rest.

2. Theophilus R.
Johnson, Secy.,
Mechanic's Club.

3. G. A. Bethel,
Commodore,
The Royal Nassau
Sailing Club.
4. James Barnett,
Secy.,
The Jockey Club.




5. Edwin Dawkins,
Nassau, N.P.


Description
of Licence


CLUBS
Members



Proprietary



Members



Proprietary





LIQUOR
Wholesale


Description
of Premises


One storey stone
building situate at
Hospital Lane near
Pig Tail Alley.
One storey stone
building situate at
Market St. opposite
Taylor St.
A building situate at
Montagu Foreshore.


A building situate
on the Eastern side
of East St. south
between Ross Cor-
ner and Lily of the
Valley Corner.

One storey wooden
building north side
of Milton St.









10 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


6. Theodore
Knowles,
Nassau, N.P.


7. Erik Arne
Lindroth,
Nassau, N.P.
8. Michael Miaoulis,
Nassau, N.P.


9. Arnold Joseph
Kemp,
Nassau, N.P.


10. Arnold Joseph
Kemp,
Nassau, N.P.
11. C. R. Walker,
Nassau, N.P.


12. Hedley Vivian
Edwards, Nassau,
Proprietor,
Ardastra Gardens.
13. Charles David
Thompson, Nassau.


14. Marietta Joseph,
Nassau.

14. Geoffrey
Allardyce Bethell.


15. Randolph G.
Cleare, Nassau.

16. Reginald John
Robertson.



17. Richard
Farrington

18. Richard E.
Ferguson

19. Henry Newman



20. Walter Pratt

21. Wilhelmina
Dillett


22. George Cecil
Bryan Moody


General




General


Restaurant



Wholesale




Wholesale


Hotel


CLUB
Proprietary



Wholesale



Wholesale


Wholesale



Wholesale


Wholesale




Wholesale


Retail


Wholesale



Wholesale

Hotel



Restaurant


One storey stone
& wooden building
Rd. between Shirley
Heights and Sears
Addition.
One storey wooden
building at Paradise
Beach, Hog Island.
Bottom floor of a
two storey stone
building Bay Street
near Union St.
One storey building
on corner St. James
Road & road lead-
ing east into Kemp's
Road.
One storey stone
building on eastern
side of Kemp's Rd.
,Three storey stone
building on Blue
Hill Road.

Building situate at
Chippingham
known as Ardastra
Gardens.
One storey stone
building on the
western side of East
St. south.
One storey stone
building situate on
Farrington Road.
Bottom floor of a
building formerly
occupied by J. P.
Sands.
One storey stucco
building at Adder-
ley's Addition.
One storey stone
building situate at
the corner of Ru-
pert Dean's Lane
and Meadows St.
One storey stone
building situate at
Brougham St.
One storey stone
building situate
Coconut Grove.
One storey stucco
building on the
eastern side of West
St.
One storey stucco
building Milton St.
Three storey stone
building on corner
Bias Lane and Blue
Hill Road.
Two storey stone
building cor. Marl-
borough & West Sts.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 11


23. Wilbur Hobbs
Cooke



24. George Baker


25. Erlin Wellesley
Powell

26. George A.
Cleare


27. John Alfred
Turnquest


28.
Kr

29.
Li

30. ]
M


31.
EC


32.


34.
D:

35.
Fi


36.


37.
Pc

38.


39.


40.
G

41.
G


1953.


Hotel




Wholesale


Hotel


Wholesale



Wholesale



MusIc & DANCING


Three storey stone
building on corner
Bay and Frederick
Streets (Windsor
Hotel).
Middle store on
Lower floor of the
Windsor Hotel.
Two storey stone
building Blue Hill
Road (Atlas Hotel).
One storey stone
building Base Road
near the Cat &
Fiddle.
Lower floor two
storey stone build-
ing north side of
McCullough Corner.


rheodore Yearly One storey stone
nowles building Shir 1 e y
Heights
Erik Arne Yearly One storey wooden
ndroth building situate at
Paradise Beach.
Michael Yearly Portion of two
iaoulis storey stone build-
ing situate at Bay
Street.
Hedley V. Yearly Building in Chip-
iwards pingham known as
the Ardastra Gar-
dens.
Horatio Gibson Yearly One storey stucco
building Lut.ky
Heart Cor. East St.
Wilhelmina N. Yearly Three storey stone
illett building Blue Hill
Road.
Charles H. Yearly One storey stone
sher building known as
Curfew Elks Rest,
Hospital Lane.
Hosea Heastie Yearly One storey stone
building, Market St.
(Mechanics Club).
Erlin Wellesley Yearly Two storey stone
well building known as
Atlas Hotel.
Mildred McNeil Yearly One storey stone
building on west
side of Base Road.
C. R. Walker Yearly Three storey build-
ing situate at Blue
Hill Road.
Alexander Yearly Building situate on
orrie corner of Nassau &
West Bay Sts.
Alexander Hotel (Liquor) Building known as
orrie Braemar Hotel on
corner of Nassau
and West Bay Sts.
Dated at the Magistrate's Court the 8th day of January,


B. W. ARMBRISTER,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY
THE SHOP LICENCES ACT 1933.

LICENCES.

Notice is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing
Authority for the Island of New Providence will be held at the
Magistrate's Court on Thursday the 15th day of January 1953
at 4.30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and trans-
fers of licences) under the above Act. The undermentioned
persons have applied for a grant of the licences specified
below.


Name and Address
of the Applicant
1. Prince A.
Huyler Jr.
Nassau, Bahamas.

2. Charles David
Thompson,
Nassau, Bahamas.

3. Myrtle Rolle,
Nassau, Bahamas.


Description
of Licence
Dry Goods and
Noticns.


Grocery



Dry Goods, Drui
Vegetables,
Meats


4. Alice Pearson, Lotions and
Nassau, Bahamas. Notions


5. E. E. Cleare Dry Goods
Nassau, Bahamas.


6. A. E. A. Smith,
Nassau, Bahamas.


Furniture


Dated at the Magistrate's Court
1953.


Description
of Premises
One storey stone
building, situate on
East St. opposite
Windsor Park.
One storey stone
building situate on
the western sid& of
East St. South.
gs, One storey stone
building situate,-"
Cambridge Lane be-'
tween Augusta St.
and Nassau St.
One storey stone
building situate on
East St. South near
Star Club.
Bottom floor of the
Norman Building on
East Bay Street be-
tween Christie and
Armstrong Sts.
Portion of the bot-
tom floor of a two
storey stone build-
ing situate Union
St. near Bay St.
the 8th day of January,


B. W. ARMBRISTER,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.




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