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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU FEBRUARY 2, 1953 5


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office,
No. 16 26th January, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice of Pos-
session given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Ch. 265) is
published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 1017 D.

NOTICE OF POSSESSION
Given Under
The Acquisition Of Land Act
(Ch. 265).

WHEREAS by Notice No. 181
dated the 21st August, 1952, in
the Official Gazette of 23rd Au-
gust, 1952. the Governor in
Council declared that it was
his intention to acquire all that
certain tract or parcel of land,
containing 1.11 acres more or
less and being the most north-
erly portion of a tract of 20
acres granted in 1866 to Lewis
Lightbourn-which said grant
is recorded in the Crown Lands
Office in Book Il page 26-sit-
uate on the western coast of
the Island of San Salvador in
the vicinity of Bonefish Bay
Point as outlined on a plan on
record in the Crown Lands Of-
fice (and coloured pink thereon)
and by this reference made a
part hereof, and more particu-
larly described as follows:
The boundaries of the said
tract or parcel of land com-
mence at a point on the West-
ern side of the main Public Road




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known as the Limestone Road,
which said point is approx-
imately 5420 feet from the east
end of the concrete pier at
Cockburn Town (measured in a
northerly direction along the
said public road), and extend
thence N. 85 degrees 02' W.-
201.82 feet to a point at mean
high water mark on the west-
ern coast of San Salvador Is-
land which point also marks
the North-western corner of
the other portion of the said
20 acres granted to Lewis
Lightbourn in 1866, thence
along the said mean high water
mark N. 4 degrees 36' W.-119.16
feet and N. 12 degrees 52' W.-
116.35 feet, thence leaving the
said mean high water mark
S. 76 degrees 56' E,-278.04 feet
along the southern boundary of
a tract of ungranted Crown
Land to a point on the western
side of Limestone Road, thence
along the western side of the
said Limestone Road S. 10 de-
grees 36' W.-179.71 feet and S.
7 degrees 06' W.-10.25 feet
back to the point of commence-
ment which is also the north-
eastern corner of the other por-
tion of the 20 acres granted
to Lewis Lightbourn in 1866.
AND WHEREAS claims for
compensation have been lodged
by Margaret Fernander with
the Colonial Secretary for the
said land NOW THEREFORE, it
is hereby notified that the se-
lected land has been appropri-
ated by the Governor in Coun-










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cil for the purposes mentioned
in the said notice with effect
from the date of this notice.
Dated the 23rd day of Jan-
uary, 1953.

No. 17 26th January, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice of Pos-
session given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Ch. 265) is
published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 1017 D.

NOTICE OF POSSESSION
Given Under
The Acquisition of Land Act.
(Ch. 265)

WHEREAS by Notice No. 180
dated the 21st August, 1952, in
the Official Gazette of the 23rd
August, 1952 the Governor in
Council declared that it was
nis intention to acquire all that
certain tract or parcel of land
containing 3.575 acres more or
less and being a portion of a
tract of 700 acres granted in
1813 to William H. Williams et
al and now said to be the pro-
perty of the Roman Catholic
Prefect Apostolic of the Baha-
mas-which said grant is re-
corded in the Crown Lands Of-
fice in Book I page 95-and sit-
uate near the western coast of
the Island of San Salvador in
the vicinity of Bonefish Bay
Point as outlined on a plan on
record in the Crown Lands Of-
fice, and by this reference made
a part hereof, and more par-
ticularly described as follows:-
From the east end of the con-
crete pier at Cockburn Town go
northerly along the main Pub-
lic Road known as the Lime-
stone Road for a distance of 5,-
871.59 feet to a concrete mon-
ument located on the western
side of the said Public Road
11.00 feet from its centre, and
from this said concrete monu-
ment go thence South 85 de-
grees 02 minutes East, 966.3!
feet to a wooden stake on the
southern boundary of the said
tract of 700 acres originally
granted to William H. Williams
which is the point of beginning
of the said tract or parcel of
land now required for a public
purpose.
From this point of beginning


the boundaries of the said tract
or parcel of land extend thence
North 04 degrees 58 minutes
East 241.00 feet to a concrete
monument thence North 84 de-
grees 29 minutes East 565.56
feet to a concrete monument,
thence South 11 degrees 37
minutes West 346.28 feet to a
wooden stake on the southern
boundary of the said tract of
700 acres originally granted to
William H. Williams, thence
along the said southern boun-
dary of the tract of 700 acres
originally granted to William H.
Williams North 85 degrees 02
minutes West 516.00 feet back
to the point of beginning which
is also situate South 85 degrees
02 minutes East 909.43 feet from
the south-western corner of
the said tract of 700 acres ori-
ginally granted to William H.
Williams in 1813.
AND WHEREAS claims for
compensation have been lodged
by the Roman Catholic Prefect
Apostolic of the Bahamas with
the Colonial Secretary for the
said land NOW THEREFORE, it
is hereby notified that the se-
lected land has been appropri-
ated by the Governor in Coun-
cil for the purpose mentioned
in the said notice with effect
from the date of this notice.
Dated the 23rd day of Jan-
uary, 1953.



No. 18 26th January, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice of Pos-
session given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Ch. 265) is
published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 1017 D.


NOTICE OF POSSESSION
Given Under
The Acquisition Of Land Act
(Ch. 265)
WHEREAS by Notice No. 182
dated the 21st August, 1952, in
the Official Gazette of 23rd Au-
gust, 1952, the Governor in
Council declared that it was his
intention to acquire all that
certain tract or parcel of land
containing 22.69 acres more or
less and being the land origin-
ally granted to Larry Williams
in 1866 and now said to be the









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 23


property of the Roman Catholic
Prefect Apostolic of the Baha-
mas-which said grant is re-
corded in the Crown Lands Of-
fice in Book Il page 27-situate
on the western coast of the Is-
land of San Salvador in the
vicinity of Jack Point as out-
lined on a plan on record in the
Crown Lands Office, and by this
reference made a part hereof,
and more particularly described
as follows:
From the east end of the con-
crete pier at Cockburn Town
go northerly along the main
Public Road known as the
Limestone Road a distance of
617 feet to the centre of a
brass disc set in concrete on
the western side of the said
Public Road at the intersection
of two stone walls which marks
the southeast corner of the said
land originally granted to Larry
Williams and the northeast
corner of a lot originally grant-
ed to Henry Mitchell Nairn in
1866 and is the point of begin-
ning of the said tract or parcel
of land now required for a pub-
lic purpose.
From this point of beginning
the boundaries of the said tract
or parcel of land extend thence
along a stone wall marking the
southern boundary of the said
land originally granted to Larry
Williams and the northern
boundary of the said lot grant-
ed to Henry Mitchell Nairn
south 54 degrees 38 minutes
West 167.8 feet to a point on
the mean high water mark on
the western coast of the Island
of San Salvador, thence along
the meanders of the said mean
high water mark by seven
courses as follows:
North 87 degrees 34 minutes
West 205.9 feet to a point,
thence
North 59 degrees 02 minutes
West 364.4 feet to a point,
thence
North 32 degrees 00 minutes
West 100.5 feet to a point,
thence
North 46 degrees 39 minutes
West 277.7 feet to a point,
thence
North 32 degrees 38 minutes
West 335.5 feet to a point,
thence
North 31 degrees 31 minutes


West 90.0 feet to a point,
thence
North 56 degrees 22 minutes
West 288.2 feet to a point,
which
marks the western boundary of
the said land originally granted
to Larry Williams and the east-
ern boundary of vacant Crown
Lands, thence along the said
western boundary of the land
originally granted to Larry
Williams North 5 degrees 31
minutes West 362.81 feet to a
point on a stone wall which
marks the northern boundary
of the said land originally grant-
ed to Larry Williams, thence
along the said stone wall mark-
ing the northern boundary of
the land originally granted to
Larry Williams and also the
southern boundary of Joseph
Eve lands North 89 degrees 30
minutes East 261.0 feet to a
steel rod set in concrete, thence
continuing along the said stone
wall defining the land granted
Larry Williams and the Joseph
Eve lands North 89 degrees 36
minutes East 528.8 feet to a
point at the intersection of the
said stone wall with another
stone wall which marks the
western right of way boundary
of the Limestone Road, thence
along the said stone wall mark-
ing the western right of way
boundary of the Limestone
Road by three courses as fol-
lows:
South 26 degrees 28 minutes
East 1114.3 feet to a steel
rod set in concrete, thence
South 20 degrees 20 minutes
East 130.2 feet to a steel
rod set in concrete, thence
South 29 degrees 55 minutes
East 163.1 feet to the point
of beginning.

AND WHEREAS claims for
compensation have been lodged
by the Roman Catholic Prefect
Apostolic of the Bahamas with
the Colonial Secretary for the
said land NOW THEREFORE, it
Is hereby notified that the se-
lected land has been appropri-
ated by the Governor in Coun-
cil for the purpose mentioned
in the said notice with effect
from the date of this notice.
Dated the 23rd day of Jan-
uary, 1953.









24 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

No. 19 27th JANUARY, 1953.
The sub-joined Order in Council made under Section 9 of
the Customs Department Act (Ch. 17) is published for general
information.
M.P. 6377/11

ORDER IN COUNCIL
made under
THE CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT ACT (Ch. 17).

In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by section 9 of the Customs Department Act, the follow-
ing Order is hereby made:-
1. This Order may be cited as the Customs Officers (Over-
time Remuneration) Order, 1948, (Amendment) Order, 1953.
2. Rule 2 of the Customs Officers (Overtime Remunera-
tion) Order, 1948, is hereby amended by adding the following
thereto:
"For the purpose of this Rule the hours of general attend-
ance are:
(a) For officers entering and clearing or entering or clear-
ing ships and aircraft:
(1) During the period from the first day of June to the
thirty-first day of October inclusive:
(1) Mondays to Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(11) Fridays: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(111) Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
(2) During the period from the first day of November to
the thirty-first day of May inclusive:
(1) Mondays to Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(11) Fridays: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
(111) Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
(b) For officers performing services other than entering or
clearing ships and aircraft:
(1) Mondays to Fridays: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(11) Saturdays: 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
There is no general attendance on Sundays and Public Holi-
days."
3. Paragraph 3 of the Schedule to the Customs Officers
(Overtime Remuneration) Order, 1948, is hereby amended by
deleting therefrom the symbols "5/-" wherever they occur there-
in and substituting therefore the symbols "10/-" and by deleting
therefrom the symbols "4/-" wherever they occur therein and
substituting therefore the symbols "8/-" and by deleting there-
from the symbols "2/-" wherever they occur therein and substi-
tuting therefore the symbols "4/-".
4. Paragraph 6 of the Schedule to the Customs Officers
(Overtime Remuneration) Order, 1948, is hereby amended by add-
ing after the word "clearing" appearing in the first line thereof
the words "ships and".
5. Paragraph 8 of the Schedule to the Customs Officers
(Overtime Remuneration) Order, 1948, is hereby amended by de-
leting therefrom the symbols "4/-" appearing therein and sub-
stituting therefore the symbols "8/-".
6. Paragraph 9 of the Schedule to the Customs Officers
(Overtime Remuneration) Order, 1948, is hereby revoked and the
following substituted therefor:-
"The fees payable during any one calender month to any
officer in respect of any service provided for in the Scledule are
subject to a maximum calculated on an average rate of 60/- per
day on ordinary weekdays and 80/- per day on Sundays and Pub-
lic Holidays, except on Christmas Day, Good Friday and Easter
Day.
This Order will come into effect on the 1st day of February,
1953.
Ordered in Council this 3rd day of December, 1952.
PETER HASTING,
Clerk to the Executive Council.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 25


No. 20 27th JANUARY, 1953.
The sub-joined list of persons to whom Certificates or Lic-
ences have been issued under the Midwives Act (Chapter 249)
is published for general information.
M.P. 4228

MIDWIVES LICENSED UP TO 31st DECEMBER, 1953.

NAME ADDRESS
Una Janet Selver, Fort Fincastle, Nassau, Bahamas.
Caroline Edwards, Augusta Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary Eliza Maycock, Mason's Addition, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rose Weir, Blue Hill Road, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lillian Gibson, Dowdeswell Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary Edith Sampson, United States.
Margaret Wilton Francis, Staniard Creek, Andros, Bahamas.
Agnes E. G. Evershley, Nassau, Bahamas.
Zenobia Dorsett Neilly, Meeting Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rosalie E. Price, East Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mabel Sweeting, Blue Hill Road, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rosalie Morrison Adderley, Fox Hill, New Providence.
Mary Knowles, Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera.
Dorothy Johnson Munnings, Meeting Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Savilita Hope, East Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Amelia Gordon, Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
Sarah E. Thompson, Savannah Sound, Eleuthera.
Rosetta Pinder, Free Town, Nassau, Bahamas.
Emily Culmer Antribose, Lewis Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary R. Culmer, Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
Alice Rae Kemp, Taylor Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Emily Wood, Nassau, Bahamas.
Alice Marie Hill Jones, Nassau, Bahamas.
Branhilda Dean, Hawkin's Hill, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lillian Goddard Anderson, Canaan Lane, Nassau, Bahamas.
Priscilla Ellis, Nassau, Bahamas.
M. Lockhart, Ragged Island, Bahamas.
Mary Bartlett, Grand Bahama.
M. Hanna, Grand Bahama.
M. E. Thompson, Grand Bahama.
Jeanette Higgs, Nassau, Bahamas.
Monica Sandilands, Nassau, Bahamas.
Birdie Anita Tyler, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rosalie Bailey, Dorchester Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Madge I. Fountain Hawkin's Hill, Nassau, Bahamas.
Edith Powell Whitney, Nassau, Bahamas.
Jane E. Cancino, Virginia Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Alice Strachan, West Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Sarah Jane Ferguson, Grant's Town, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary Clarke, Dorchester Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Evelyn Dupuch, New York City.
Minerva Lily Butler, Nassau, Bahamas.
Una J. Gibson Butler, Nassau, Bahamas.
Gertrude Haven, Fort Fincastle, Nassau, Bahamas.
Martha Bethell, Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
Mary Jones, Bradie Point, Grand Bahama.
Elizabeth Rolle, Bradie Point, Grand Bahama.
Annie Mathew, Bootle Cove, Grand Bahama.
Veronica C. Critchlow, United States.
Lottie Stuart, Nassau, Bahamas.
Phoebe Moxey, Ragged Island, Bahamas.
Marguerite Carr, United States.
Elizabeth Carr, Nassau, Bahamas.
Joyce Grant Simmons, Nassau, Bahamas.
Clotilda Archer, Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
E. Petty Maura, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ethel M. Smith, Nassau, Bahamas.









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Susan Dean, Nassau, Bahamas.
Florence Cooper, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary E. Colebrooke, Dowdeswell Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Catherine F. Gibson, Clarence Town, Long Island,
Laura E. Neilly, United States.
Edith Holmes, Nassau, Bahamas.
Cecelia Cooper, Burying Piece Corner, Nassau, Bahamas.
Dorothy Fisher, Nassau, Bahamas.
Leanora Martin, Nassau, Bahamas.
Olive F. Inniss, Chippingham, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ethel Forbes, Andros, Bahamas.
Francis Major, Clarence Town, Long Island.
Rachael Major, Clarence Town, Long Island.
Anna Strachan, Clarence Town. Long Island.
Celeste Adderley, Dean's, Long Island.
Priscilla Hepburn, Holiday's, Long Island.
Margaret Wells, Mangrove Bush, Long Island.
Ruth Robins Whitfield, Nassau, Bahamas.
Cassandra A. Gardiner, Alice Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Eliza J. Sands, Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
Ruby Floral Kelly, United States.
Annie Lewis, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.
Zilpha Kemp, West End, Grand Bahama.
Hilda Maris Bowen Dorsett, Augusta Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Jemima Walker, Harbour Island.
Victoria Lowe, Rum Cay, Bahamas.
Lillian Farrington Thompson, Augusta Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Maude Adrilla Sands, Nassau, Bahamas.
Nora Myrtle Symonette, Johnson's Alley, Nassau, Bahamas.
Anna Muriel Johnson, East Shirley Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lenia Smith Cowan, Ross Corner, Nassau, Bahamas.
Emma Eileen Blatch Bethell, United States.
Muriel Knowles Drudge, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ruth Margaret Pyfrom, Nassau, Bahamas.
Florence M. Bunch, United States.
Loretta Ingraham, Ross Corner, Nassau, Bahamas.
Pearline McKenzie, Hospital Lane, Nassau, Bahamas.
Binal Odle Tynes, Odle Corner, East St., Nassau, Bahamas.
Ruth Louise Cooper, Augusta Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Julia Butler Albury, Harbour Island, Bahamas.
Olive O. Patton, McCullough Corner, Nassau, Bahamas.
Majorie G. Weir Wood, United States.
Marie Gomez Pople, Berry Island, Bahamas.
Patience Davis, San Salvador, Bahamas.
Olive W. Godet Cox, Red Lion Bar Corner, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lottie V. Deal Watterman, United Estates.
Lovely Ellis, San Salvador, Bahamas.
Mary Arnott, San Salvador, Bahamas.
Julia Williams, San Salvador, Bahamas.
Gertrude Sands Knowles, Nassau, Bahamas.
Marie Albury Sawyer, Alice Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Naomi L. G. Sears Clarke, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rosanna Stuart, Moore's Island, Abaco.
Ruby Poitier Taylor, Nassau, Bahamas.
Vera Duncan, Nassau, Bahamas.
Gussie White, Clarence Town, Long Island.
Roxey Anna Edwards, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ruth A. Russell, Nassau, Bahamas.
Myrtle Mae Banfield, United States.
Madeline A. Fernander, Nassau, Bahamas.
:lajorie C. L. Nixon, Inagua, Bahamas.
Thelma Helen Thompson McLatamou, United States.
Virginia Symonette Gibson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lulla Martin, Hay Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Amy Wilchcombe, West End, Grand Bahama.
Mary Ellen Eneas Theophilus, Nassau, Bahamas.
Elma Inez Whylly Johnson, Nassau, Bahamas.









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Maude O. Marsh, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ursula E. Sealy, Nassau, Bahamas.
E. Grace Farrington Key, Nassau, Bahamas.
Vera Richelen Moss, Lower Bougue, Eleuthera.
M. Caroline Kelly, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Veronica Cooper Bethell, Nassau, Bahamas.
Naomi Dean Thompson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Monica E. Davis, Nassau, Bahamas.
Marie L. Higgs Sweeting, United States.
Edith Seymour Sawyer, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ethel Rosa Dorothy Wood, United States.
Ruby Clarke Duvalier, Nassau, Bahamas.
Gwendolyn A. Tood Brennen, South Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Naomi E. Walkes, Nassau, Bahamas.
Dorothy K. Thompson, Dean's Lane, Nassau, Bahamas.
Sarah Sands, Rum Cay, Bahamas.
Consuelo M. Newbold, Spanish Wells, Bahamas.
Ruth N. Brennen Ritchie, Nassau, Bahamas.
R. M. Wickstead Davis, England.
Hazel Louise Dillet Stevenson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rosetta Major, Nassau, Bahamas.
Myrtle N. Nicholls Hanna, Nassau, Bahamas.
Myrtle D. Johnson Burkowski, United States.
Helen A. Black, Nassau, Bahamas.
Cecelia Pinder, Bimini, Bahamas.
Ophelia T. Seymour Munnings, Nassau, Bahamas.
Emma O'Keefe Knowles, Nassau, Bahamas.
Victoria J. Amaly Sawyer, Nassau, Bahamas.
Merline Miriam Adderley Hanna, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ruth Gardiner Smith, Nassau, Bahamas.
Doris Emily Patton Alleyne, Nassau, Bahamas.
Persis Mildred Roberts Rodgers, Nassau, Bahamas.
Hester R. Ferguson, Acklins Island, Bahamas.
Myrtis Ferguson Campbell, United States.
Euleta F. Gibson, The Bluff, Eleuthera.
Roxanna Ferguson, Acklins Island, Bahamas.
Branhilda L. Russell, United States.
Anna Naomi Allen Christie, Sears' Addition, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lottis Vivian Morris Tynes, Nassau, Bahamas.
Alice Blanche Smith, Fort Fincastle, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rosa May Davis, Nassau, Bahamas.
Agnes Davis, Hospital Lane, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary Hilton, Rock Sound, Eleuthera.
I. E. Knowles, Nassau, Bahamas.
Maude L. Johnson Thompson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lucille Roberts Collie Bowe, Nassau, Bahamas.
Caroline Estelle Burnside, Dillet Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lucy Anna Darville, Nassau, Bahamas.
Leila Louise Gibbs Fountain, Nassau, Bahamas.
Carmetta Deloris Walkes, Nassau, Bahamas.
Remanda Jane Carey Cooper, Nassau, Bahamas
Arabella Forbes, Mangrove Cay, Andros.
Verna Ferguson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Enid Georgina Curtis Cooper, Fox Hill, New Providence.
Lissie Belle Viola Fife Brennen, Nassau, Bahamas.
Martha L. Deieveaux, Crooked Island, Bahamas.
M. Green, United States.
M. Batchelder, North Borneo, East Indies.
Mamie Baker, Nassau, Bahamas.
Gloria M. Johnson, Bimini, Bahamas.
Mabel Bain Wilson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Angela Ruth Bain Johnson, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Alberta Naomi Bethel Albury, Nassau, Bahamas.
N. Whapham, United Kingdom.
I. H. Sealy, Nassau, Bahamas.
Frederica Cambridge Knowles, Nassau, Bahamas.
Patricia Astwood, Mayaguana, Bahamas.
Castella Arnett Walkes, Nassau, Bahamas.









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Lorraine Johnson Gibson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Edna L. McKinney Burke, United States.
Lydia E. McKinney Miller, Nassau, Bahamas.
J. Woodall Sweeting, Nassau, Bahamas.
M. Stalker, United Kingdom.
M. Robertson Knowles, Nassau, Bahamas.
M. E. O. Cade Knowles, Nassau, Bahamas.
Vivienne Louise Longley, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary Elizabeth Johnson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Monica McKinney, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ethel Cox, Nassau, Bahamas.
Enid Delores Marshall Ferguson, United States.
Wilhelmina Dames Johnson, United States.
Hazel Wells Darling, Nassau, Bahamas.
Palma Stubbs Pratt, Clarence Town, Long Island.
Malretta Symonette, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lillian Fernander, The Current, Eleuthera.
Sylvia Boyd, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ernesting Felfernig, United Kingdom.
Christine Smith Morris, Nassau, Bahamas.
V. E. Poitier Mortimer, The Bight, Cat Island.
S. K. Watson Armoury, Nassau, Bahamas.
M. E. Gray, United Kingdom.
A. Peareth, United Kingdom.
M. Breakey, United Kingdom.
D. I. E. Cross Moulson, Texas.
Viola Sweeting, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Sarah Pickstock, Nassau, Bahamas.
Iceylan M. Johnson Pratt, West End, Grand Bahama.
P. D. Aldridge, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Lula Cartwright, Long Cay, Fortune Island.
Jeleta Davis, Abaco.
B. Burke, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
M. I. Phillips, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Muriel W. Slater, Abaco.
Eva McKinney, Nassau, Bahamas.
Mary McQuay Armbrister, Nassau, Bahamas.
Brenetta McIntosh, Cooper's Town, Abaco.
Luella Grey Gibson, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Florence Cynthia Holbert Nairn, Bahamas General Hospt. Nassau.
Doreen Fernander, San Salvador.
Lucy Roberts, San Salvador.
Mavis Symonette, Nassau, Bahamas.
Eloise Nicholls, Nassau, Bahamas.
Maudline Smith, Dumfries, Cat Island.
Ellen H. Makepeace, Andros.
Delores Mary Cleare, Nassau, Bahamas.
Sybil Wilhelmina Carey, Nassau, Bahamas.
Catherine Elizabeth Johnson, Nassau, Bahamas.
Ruth Alean Cambridge Brennen, Bahamas General Hospt., Nassau
Nora Melinda Hanna Knowles, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau
Louise Cooper Smith, Nassau, Bahamas.
Patricia Keefe, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Eileen O'Connell, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Louise Elizabeth Toote Tynes, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Priscilla Jane Major, Dundas Town, Abaco.
Lula Farquharson, Colonel Hill, Crooked Island.
Catherine Young, Nassau, Bahamas.
Emma Belle Conliffe, Bimini, Bahamas.
Lillian Mildred Gay, Nassau, Bahamas.
Dorothy Mould, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Mary O. Hughes, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Denise Dane, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
Patricia Matthews, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.
V. J. M. Lee, Bahamas General Hospital, Nassau.










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No. 21 28th JANUARY, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has
been pleased to appoint Viscount Furness to be an additional
Aide-de-Camp with effect from the 26th January, 1953.
M.P. 13424

No. 22 28th JANUARY, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor has
appointed the following gentlemen to be his Honorary Aides-de-
Camp during the year 1953:-
Naval ............. Lieutenant (S) G. C. B. Moody, R.N.V.R.
Military ........... Captain Alan Morris Kirkham.
Air ................ Flight Lieutenant Leonard Thompson.
M.P. 13424
The foregoing notices numbered 19 to 22 are published by com-
mand.


No. 23. 28th January, 1953.
The sub-joined Regulations
made under the Penal Code (Ch.
60) are published for general in-
formation.
M.P. 12089/III
REGULATIONS
made under
THE PENAL CODE. (Ch. 60).

In exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon it by section 231 of
the Penal Code, the Governor
in Council hereby makes the
following Regulations:-
1. These Regulations may be
cited as the Street Traffic
(Amendment) Regulations 1953.
2. The Schedule to the Street
Traffic Regulations 1950 is
hereby amended by deleting
item "m. Market Street West
Side" and substituting therefore
the following:
"m. MARKET STREET
(a) Throughout its length
West Side
(b) Between Trinity Place
and Bay Street -
East Side";
and by adding thereto the fol-
lowing:
"ff. CHARLOTTE STREET
SLIP. West Side."
3. The Street Traffic Regula-
tions 1950 are hereby amended
by deleting therefrom the full
stop appearing after the words
"Crown Lands Office" in Regula-
tion 8 (d) (2), and by adding
thereto the following:
"and on the East side of
Charlotte Street Slip."

Made by the Governor in
Council this 21st day of January,
1953.
PETER HASTINGS,
Clerk to the Executive Council,


No. 24. 28th January, 1953.
With reference to Government
Notice No. 151 of the 18th July,
1952, it is hereby notified that
Mr. Hartis H. Thompson has
been confirmed in the post of
Deputy Director of Civil Avia-
tion with effect from the 1st
December, 1952.
M.P. P.85.

No. 25. 29th January, 1953.
His Excellency the Governor
has been pleased to appoint, by
an Instrument made under the
Public Seal of the Colony, the
Honourable Anthony Geoffrey
Hopwood Gardner Brown,
M.E.C., Colonial Secretary, to be
his Deputy during his temporary
absences from the Island of New
Providence with effect from the
29th January, 1953.
2. Consequent upon the tem-
porary absence from New Provi-
dence of His Excellency the
Governor, on a visit to Cat Cay
and Bimini, the Honourable A.
G. H. Gardner-Brown, M.E.C.,
Colonial Secretary, is acting as
His Excellency's Deputy with ef-
fect from the 29th January,
1953.
M.P. 1882.

No. 26. 30th January, 1953.
It is hereby notified that Mr.
N. H. Sherrard has been ap-
pointed on contract to the post
of Deputy Director of the
Electrical Department for a
period of two years with effect
from the 24th January, 1953.
M.P. P.617.
The foregoing notices num-
bered 16 to 26 are published by
command:
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Colonial Secretary.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


(Sgd.) ROBERT NEVILLE,
Governor and Commander-
in-Chief.

BAHAMA ISLANDS
NEW PROVIDENCE
By His Excellency Major Gen-
eral Sir Robert Arthur Ross
Neville, Knight Commander
of the Most Distinguished
Order of Saint Michael and
Saint George, Commander
of the British Empire, Royal
Marines (Retired), Governor
and Commander-in-Chief in
and over Her Majesty's Ba-
hama Islands and all Forts
and Garrisons erected and
established within the same.

A PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS under sub-section
(1) of Section 4 of the Prisons
Act, 1943, it is enacted that it
shall be lawful for the Gover-
nor-in-Council by Proclamation
to declare any Police Station or
part of any such Police Station
or any other suitable premises
to be a Prison.
NOW THEREFORE His Ex-
cellency the Governor-in-Coun-
cil doth hereby proclaim and de-
clare that the Central Police
Station situated in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New
Providence shall be a prison
within the meaning of the said
Act.
GIVEN under my hand and
the public seal of the
said Islands at Govern-
ment House in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New
Providence this 28th day of
January, 1953, and in the
First year of Her Majesty's
Reign.
By HIS EXCELLENCY'S
COMMAND
(Signed)
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Colonial Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

PETROLUEM BOARD

NOTICE UNDER PETROLEUM
REGULATION NO. 9.

It is hereby notified that the
following Oil Exploration licences
have been granted to the Ba-
hama California Oil Company,
Limited.
1. WEST CAY SAL BANK. All
of submarine bank, cays, rocks
within 100 fathom line con--


tiguous to and west of Bahamas
Exploration Company's Cay Sal
Bank Licence (W. of approx-
imately 80o02' W. Longitude).
Submarine area 838 square
miles; land area approximately
5, total 843 square miles.
2. SOUTHWEST GREAT BA-
HAMA BANK. Total area ap-
proximately 6568 square miles
of which 1 square mile estim-
ated to be land of Guinchos Cay.
Remainder is submarine bank
area. W. and S.W. boundaries
are 100 fathom line and S.E.
boundary is Bahamas Explor-
ation Company's Licence.
3. ACKLIN ISLAND AREA.
All of the lands and submarine
banks within the 100 fathom
line of the Acklin, Crooked and
Fortune Islands and associated
cays and islands. Total area is
984 square miles of which 206
are estimated to be land and
778 submarine banks. The land
area is estimated to be 50 per
cent alienated.
4. SOUTHEAST GREAT BA-
HAMA BANK. All of the land
and submarine bank area with-
in 100 fathom line to the E. of
line S. 270W. through George-
town (E. edge of Bahamas Ex-
ploration Company's Licence)
to Old Bahama Channel. Lands
are Great Exuma Islands (part),
Long Island, Ragged Island and
all associated cays. Total 4202
square miles, of which about
161 are land, 4041 submarine.
50 per cent are estimated alien-
ated.
5. CAT ISLAND AREA. The
area is bounded westward by W.
Longitude 760 and everywhere
else by the 100 fathom line sur-
rounding Cat Island and as-
sociated submarine banks. Of
total 704 square miles 170 are
estimated to be lands of Cat
Island and associated islands
and cays and the remaining 534
are submarine banks. The land
area is estimated to be 50 per
cent alienated.
6. ELEUTHERA ISLAND
AREA. The area is bounded to
the southwest by (1) a line along
Longitude 77 W. for 9.77 miles
due S. from intersection of 100
fathom line, near Fleming
Channel, and 770W. Longitude;
and (2) thence S. 450E. for 20.30
miles to the 100 fathom line on
N.W. Exuma Sound.
The remainder of the boundary
is the 100 fathom line to 760W.









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Longitude. The area totals 1934
square miles of which 174 is
Eleuthera Island and associated
islands and cays. The remaining
1760 are submarine banks. Ap-
proximately 50 per cent are
judged to be alienated from the
Crown.
7. WESTERN GREAT BA-
HAMA BANK. All of sub-
marine bank area between the
100 fathom line on the west, and
West Longitude 780 55', 30" on the
east, and north of North Lati-
tude 24015' for a distance of
26.316 miles to the east-west
trending boundary on the north.
Total area is 470 square miles of
submarine bank possibly with
uncharted rocks, bars, etc.
C. W. F. BETHELL,
Chairman,
Petroleum Board,
27th January, 1953.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

The Registry,
Supreme Court.
26th January, 1953.

NOTICE TO JURORS

Jurors serving during present
sessions of the Supreme Court,
except those now empannelled
in case The Queen vs. George
Berkle, are hereby notified that
their attendance will not be re-
quired until 10:00 a.m. on Wed-
nesday, the 28th January, 1953.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N. P.,
30th January, 1953.

THE TRADE MARKS ACT.

TAKE NOTICE that in ac-
cordance with Rules 68 and 69
of the Rules made under The
Trade Marks Act, notice in the
forms 14 and 15 as prescribed
by the said Rules have been
sent to The Honourable Sir
Kenneth Solomon, C.B.E., Q.C..
of Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau, Bahamas Agent for Source
Perrier Socite Anonyme, Les
Bouillens, Vergeze, ( G a r d)
France.-the registered pro-
prietors of the undermentioned
Trade Mark:-
No. 477 in Class 44 the regis-


tration of which expired on the
30th day of January, 1953, and
in accordance with Rule 70 of
the said Rules, notice is hereby
given that the renewal fee of
the registration of the said
Trade Mark has not been paid.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
31st 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 Sec-
ond Schedule, Trade Mark
Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition,
a fee of 1 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 13
2283



SILVER


SWALLOW


Application No. 2283, in respect
of Enamelled hollow-ware
being domestic utensils.
Applicants:-Edward C u r r an
Engineering, Limited having
a place of business at Hur-
man Street, Cardiff, Manu-
facturers, who claim to be
the proprietors of the above
mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
Peter D. Graham, Esq., of
Chambers, Frederick Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:-28th Jan-
uary, 1953.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
31st January, 1953,
NOTICE is hereby given that
any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any
Mark appearing hereunder,









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


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, Trdae Mark
Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition,
a fee of 1 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 13
2284











Application No. 2284, in respect
of Enamelled hollow-ware
being domestic utensils.
Applicants:--Edward Cu r r an
Engineering, Limited having
a pace of business at Hur-
man Street, Cardiff, Manu-
facturers, who claim to be
the proprietors of the above
mark.
Applicant's Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
Peter D. Graham, Esq., of
Chambers, Frederick Street,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:-28th Jan-
uary, 1953.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.

TREASURY NOTICE
The motor Vehicle Licensing
Office at Fort Charlotte will be
closed on 14th February, 1953.
Commencing 16th February,
1953, vehicles should be pre-
sented for examination at the
Central Police Station and
licences will be obtainable at the
Treasury.
Bicycle licensing will com-
mence on 16th February, 1953.
All bicycles should be presented
for examination at the Central
Police Station, where a Clerk
will be in attendance to receive
the licence fees and issue 1953
licence plates.
H. R. LATREILLE,
Receiver General and
Treasurer
The Treasury,
Nassau, Bahamas.
29th January, 1953.


LABOUR OFFICE


Family allowances will be
paid to dependents of recruit-
ed workers at the Labour Offica
during the week commencing
Monday, 2nd February as fol-
lows:
9 a.m. to 1 pm.
MONDAY A-E
TUESDAY F-L
WEDNESDAY M-R
THURSDAY S-Z
HERMAN PYFROM,
Ag. Labour Officer,
30.1.53

General Post Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
30th January, 1953
The following persons are re-
quested to call at the General
Post Office in connection with
Money Orders:
Zacharias Brooks;
Mrs. Thomas Johnson;
Thelma Monroe;
Dolly Nottage;
Robertha Walkes.
C. S. THOMPSON,
Postmaster of Bahamas.

Police Headquarters
Nassau, Bahamas.
29th January, 1953.

MOTOR VEHICLE AND
DRIVING LICENCES
The Temporary Licensing
Office at Fort Charlotte, West
Bay Street will be closed on
Saturday, 14th February, 1953.
After that date the inspec-
tion of motor vehicles for li-
censing will be undertaken at
the Traffic Office, Central Po-
lice Station.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police

Police HeaGquarters.
Nassau, Bahamas.
29th January, 1953
BICYCLE LICENCES
The Inspection and Licensing
of Bicycles will be undertaken
at the Central Police Station
from Monday, February 16th.
Hours 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Mon-
days to Fridays and 9 a.m.. to
12 noon Saturdays.
All bicycles must be licensed
by the 15th March after which
date owners of unlicensed bi-
cycles will be prosecuted.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police.




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