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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Clifton S. Cartwright, William
M. Carrol, Dudley G. Dean,
Clarence C. Dean.
Lower Deadman's Cay:-
Samuel H. Burrows, Neville C.
Burrows, David W. Turnquest,
Lenox M. Wells, Joseph B. Car-
rol.
South End:-Kenneth W.
Watson. McField Mortimer,
Arthur Major, George Martin-
borough, William Watson.
Scrub Hill:-MacFarlane De-
veajx, Raese Turnquest, Far-
rington Treco, John Gibson,
Mrs. Ethelyn Turnquest.
Gray's:-Hayward M. Wells,
Robert A. Wells, Delbert Cart-
wright, Roland C. Wells. Joseph
Wells.
Simms':-C. E. Simms, Her-
man Finlay, Arlington Taylor.
McKann's: Edmond H.
Knowles, J.P., Elisha C. Miller,
Fred Fox, John Brice, Bruce
Fox.
Millerton: Lawrence G
Knowles, Joseph F. Deal, Wil-
liam A. Knowles, Errold Ghn-
ton. Bruce Adderley.
Glinton: H. L. Prat t,
Thomas D. Smith, Thomas
Smith, Willis Wilson. Samuel
Adderley.
EXUMA
Georgetown:-The Commis-
sioner. Hector Smith, Richard
F. Smith.
Roker's Point:-Herbert W.
Nixon, Nicholas Clarke, Rev.
Thomas Armbrister, Simeon
Rolle. Paul J. Rolle.
Rolleville:-Cephas C. Rolle,
Sheddie Collins, Beaulah Rolle.
Fo-bes' Hill:-Gerald Fritz-
gerald, James Munroe, W. C.
Fereuson, Charles M. Clarke,
Willam Dames.
Rolletown:-Rev. H. Bridge-
water, Z. A. Bullard, Oscar
Rolle, Moses Rolle, Clarence
Rolle.
Moss Town:-William Mc-
Phee, Prince A. Saunders, El-
liot Clarke, Hosea Musgrove
Ronald McPhee.
Black Point:-Joseph Fer-
guson, Ernest Pinder, Clarence
Kemp, Robey Patton, Simeon
Rahming.
Staniel Cay:-Joseph Miller.
Timothy Rolle.
Parrattase: James Taylor,
George W r ig h t, Nathaniel
Lloyd.
Farmer's Cay* Adolpheus
Nixon, Corene Bain (Mrs.).


Mrs. Patience Nixon, Charles
Bain, Andrew Nixon.
Mount Thompson:-C. N.
Rolle, Jacob Rolle, Rev. B. N,
Curtis, Gabriel Rolle, Aeston
Rnlle.
Richmond Hill: Emanuel
Curtis, Alpheus Smith, Nathan-
iel Curtis, Emmanuel Clarke,
Alexander Smith.
CROOKED ISLAND
Cripple Hill:-Felix Daxon,
P. D. Ferguson, Uhijah John-
son.
Landrail Point:-J. F. Sca-
vella, H. M. McKinney, J. S.
McKinney.
Colonel Hill:-J. W. Dele-
veaux, Granville Brown, Rich-
ard Deleveaux, Elijah Ferguson,
Thomas L. Moss.
Major's Cay:-Nathan Fer-
guson, Arlington Moss, Joseph
Deleveaux, James Dean, (Mrs.)
Carolina Ferguson.
True Blue:- Charles T. Not-
tage, Arlington Nottage, Gar-
nett Ferguson, Thomas R. Moss,
William Moss.
ACKLINS
Chester's:-Rev. J. P. Darl-
ing, F. E. Moss, Samuel Fergu-
son, Calvin J. Moss, William
Collie.
Snug Corner:-Rev. Melvin
Cox, Rev. P. A. Farquharson,
Rev. O. A. Nottage, Ehsha Not-
tage, Mrs. Gelitha Bain.
Spring Point: Millington
Hanna, Richard Hanna.
Pompey Bay:-C. N. Tynes,
J.P., Clarence Hanna, James W.
R Roker.
Hard Hill:-Lorenza Symo-
nette, Francis Deveaux, William
Collie, Dan Williamson, Wil-
more Bain.
Binnacle Hill:-Jervish An-
derson, George William, Harold
Wilson, Frank William.
Salina Point:-George A.
Emmanuel, Hubert M. Emman-
uel, Frank H. Emmanuel.
Lovely Bay:-Arlington Fer-
guson, Hubert Moss, Wilshire
Beneby, Lockward Deleveaux,
Enos Johnson.
Pelican Point:-Stanford La-
ing, Leory Cooper, Smiley La-
ing, Bradford Roberts
Cabbage Hill:-Wilfred Fer-
guson, T. A. Cunningham,
Thomas L. Moss, Solomon S.
Dean, Mrs. Doris Ferguson.
ABACO
Hope Town:-The Commis-










106 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


sioner, Willie Russell, Edward
Malone.
Marsh Harbour:-R. S. Strat-
ton. Bunyan Key, Mertland
Albury.
Cherokee Sound:-W. W.
Sands, Arnold Sands, Joseph
Albury, Stanley Bethel, Dennis
Sawyer.
Man-o'-War Ca y:-Williamn
H. Albury, Isaac Roberts, Nel-
son Albury, Treason Sands.
Great Guana Cay:-Urick
Bethel, Victor Bethel, Baron
Roberts, Mrs. Doris Sands, Mrs
Clara Roberts.
Crossing Rocks:-James Rob -
erts, James Walker.
Sandy Point: -John Light-
bourn, Samuel Sands, Alfred
White, Ernest Dean.
Hard Bargain:-L/c Lofton
Swain, Benjamin Dawkins, Per-
nell Larods, James Williams,
Enon Simms.
Green Turtle Cay:-Thp
Commissioner, Harold Lowe,
Bruce Curry, Albert Roberts,
Charles Curry.
Cooper's Town:-Prince Boo-
tle, Alphaeus Murray, Samuel
Cooper, Joseph Cooper Willard
Gardiner.
Fox Town:-David McIntosh.
Percy Pinder, Mrs. May McIn-
tosh, Cleavorn Sawyer, Beth-
sheba McIntosh.
Dundas Town:-Roy G.
Curry, Allan Farrington, Wil-
liam Sawyer, David Cornish.
James Simms.
Cedar Harbour: Robert
Mills, Robert Kemp, Amos
Kerr, Frank Laroda, Zephaniah
Newbold.
GRAND BAHAMA
Eight Mile Rock:-Samuel
Pinder, Howard R. Bartlett, Sr.
Rev. Henr Martin, Allen
Hanna, David W. Pinder.
West End:-The Commission-
er, Lorenzo Smith, Mrs. Julia
Gravey, Mrs. Brenda Neely,
Mrs. Edna Davis.
High Roc k: Emmanuel
Kemp, Felix Roberts, Silas Pin-
der, Thomas Laing, George An-
drews.
Smith's Point: Zephaniah
Smith, Henry Edden, Irvin
Smith, Edward Laing, James
Mather.
Sweeting's Cay: Peter
Feista, George Feguson, James
Feista.
McLean's Town:--Jeremiah


Thomas, Nolan Thomas, Donald
Thomas.
Holmes' Rock: Horatio
Stuart, Nathan A. Parker, John
Rolle, Arthur Martin, Benjamin
Walker.
Pine Ridge:-Thomas G.
Russell Eneas Duncanson, Cecil
V. Albury, Martin Cash, Wil-
liam A. Cash.
BIMINI
Alice Town:-The Commis-
sioner, Rev. James R. Smith,
Willard Saunders, Gerald Rolle.
Percy Duncombe.
ANDROS
Nicoll's Town:-The Commis-
sioner, Cedric Evans, Solomon
Brooks, Hartman McDonald
Renwood Coleby.
Red Bays:-Toseph Lewis,
Arthur A. Newton, Frederick
Russell, Shedrick Russell, John
Colebrooke.
Lowe Sound:-Michael Rus-
sell, Prince Lewis, Reuben Rus-
sell.
Bullock's Harbour:-Elmore
J. Gomez, William A. Dean.
Mrs. Rapheleta Pinder, Samuel
Sims, Wilfred Pinder.
Stanyard Creek :-Benj amin
Saunders, Mrs. Eva I Marshall,
Benjamin Elliot, Rev. Herbert
Dawkins, Mrs. Viola Deveaux.
Blanket Sound: Wilfred
Roberts, Civil Woodside, Ben-
jamin Munro, Hasten Roberts
Mastic Point: William
Brown Smith, Joshua Tinker.
Robert B. Pickstock.
Calabash Bay:-George H.
Minnis, Ormond A. Johnson,
Richard Braynen, Edward Hin-
sey. William Coakley.
Mangrove Cay:-The Com-
missioner, Irvin D. McPhee,
J.P., Simeon S. Rolle, Bernard
Longley, Jonathan Rolle.
Long Bay Cays: David
Johnson, Harcourt Stuart, Mrs.
Nerissa Burrows.
Kemp's Bay:-Rev. Ezekiel
Forbes, Philip A. Care,'. Leon
Rolle, Washington Rolle, Mrs.
Arabella Forbes.
Drigg's Hill:-Edmeston Wil-
liams, Joseph Morris, Samuel
Pmith. Jacob Morris Matthew
Miller.
Pleasant Bay:-Elea7ar L.
Bullard, George A. Moultrie,
Robert S. Sands.
Stafford Creek:-Vivian De-
veaux, Pearline Scott (Mrs).
RAGGED ISLAND
Ragged Island:-The Com-









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


missioner, Alonza Hepburn,
Raphael Munroe, Ellis Curling,
Kenneth Lockhart.
RUM CAY
Rum Cay:-Robert N. Bain,
Treva Dorsett, Cleveland May-
cock.
SAN SALVADOR
Cockburn Town:-T he Com-
missioner, J. R. Albury, James
T. Williams, Rev. Simeon Walk-
er, Rev. Anthony Arnott.
The Creek:-Edward Black,
Ernest Black, Joseph Linden,
Leon Jones, Samuel Arnett.
United Estates:-Rev. Joshua
Storr, Edmund Hunt, Ralph H.
Butler, Lionel Storr, Arthur
Wring.
INAGUA
Matthew Town:-The Com-
missioner, A. W. U. Saunders,
T. G. Farquharson, A. W.
Ingraham, J.P., A. A. Baker.
MAYAGUANA
Abraham's Bay:-The Com-
missioner, Arlington Charlton,
O r t h ne y Charlton, William
Jones, Thaddaeus Charlton.
Pirate's Well:-Louis Wil-
liamson, Joseph Black, John
Edwards, Joshua Thompson,
David McPhee.
LONG CAY
Long Cay:-The Commission-
er, J. H. W. Toote, Jeremiah
Williams.

No. 96 23rd April, 1953.
The sub-joined Regulations
made under The Trade Unions
Act 1943 are published for gen-
eral information.
M.P. 14771.
REGULATIONS
Made Under
THE TRADE UNIONS
ACT 1943.
In exercise of the powers
vested in him by section 21 of
The Trade Unions Act 1943 the
Governor-in-Council h e r e b y
makes the following Regula-
tions.
1. These Regulations may
be cited as The Trade Unions
Amendment Regulations 1953.
2. Regulation 24 of The
Trade Unions Regulations 1945
Is hereby repealed and re-
placed by substituting therefore
the following:
"FEES
24. The following fees shall
be payable under the Act:
sd
For certificate of regis-


tration of a trade
union 2 0 0
For certificate of regis-
tration of alteration of
Rules 1 00
For the registration of a
change of name 1 0 0
For a direction to trans-
fer stock 2 0 0
For registration of a
notice of dissolution 6 0
For registration of
amalgamation 1 0 0
For every document re-
quired to be authenti-
cated by the Regis-
trar, not chargeable
with any other fee 10 0
For every inspection not
exceeding one day in
duration, of docu-
ments (whether one
or more) in the cus-
tody of the Registrar,
relating to one and
the same trade union 6 0
For every copy or ex-
tract of any document
in the custody of the
Registrar supplied by
the applicant 4 0
For every copy or ex-
tract of any document
in the custody of the
Registrar and supphed
by him, for every type-
written page or part
thereof, including au-
thentication 8 0
No fee is payable in re-
spect of any document
or copy of a document
supplied to a public
department or Board."
Made by the Governor-in-
Council this 21st day of April,
1953.
PETER HASTING,
Clerk to the Executive Council,

No. 97 23rd April, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of Mr. Palestine
Michael, Acting Senior Agricul-
tural Instructor, being con-
firmed in his appointment with
effect from the 1st July, 1951
M.P. P. 585.


No. 98 23rd April, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of the promotion of
Mr. Reginald L. Wood, Clerk
Grade III, to be a Clerk Grade











108 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


II, with effect from the 1st
April, 1953.
M.P. P. 36.


No. 99 23rd April, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of Miss Edna An-
nette Roberts being appointed
a Clerk Grade IV on probation,
with effect from the 28th


March, 1953.
M.P. P. 704.

No. 100 23rd April, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of the appointment
of Mr. Gilbert A. Thompson, as
a Clerk Grade IV on probation,
with effect from the 18th Feb-
ruary, 1953.
M.P. P. 700.


No. 101 23rd April, 1953.
The sub-joined Rules, made under the Trade Marks Act (Ch.
94), are published for general information.
M.P. 6381/II.


RULES
Made Under
THE TRADE MARKS ACT

(Ch. 94)


In exercise of the powers conferred upon him by sections
53 and 54 of The Trade Marks .ict, the Governor-in-Council
hereby makes the following Rules.
1 These Rules may be cited as The Trade Marks Amend-
ment Rules 1953.
2. The First Schedule to The. Trade Marks Rules 1947, is
hereby repealed and replaced by substituting therefore the fol-
lowing:
"FIRST SCHEDULE
Fees
The following fees shall be paid in connection with applica-
tions, registrations, and other matters under the Act. Such
fees must in all cases b.e- paid before or at the time of the doing
of the matter in respect of which they are to be paid:-

Corre-
sponding
Form


sd
1. On application not otherwise charged to
register a trade mark for one or more
articles included in one class 1 0 0
1A. On application not otherwise charged to
register a series of trade marks for
one or more articles included in one class 1 0 0
lB. On application to the Governor in
Council under section 55 for leave to
register a mark for goods in one class 1 0 0
1C. On application to the Governor in Coun-
cil under section 55 for leave to register
a mark for goods in more than one
clas--
In respect of every class 1 0 0
Total fee in no case to exceed 20 for
any number of classes.
2. On an application to Registrar to state
grounds of decision and materials used


2.


2 or 5.


6.




6.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 109


under section 10 sub-section (3) 1
3. On notice of opposition for each appli-
cation opposed, by opponent 2
3A. On filing a counterstatement in answer
to a notice of opposition, by the appli-
cant for each appliaction opposed 1
3B. On hearing of each opposition, by appli-
cant and by opponent respectively 2
4. For registration of a trade mark for one
or more articles included in one class 2
4A. For registration of a series of marks for
one or more articles included in one
class-
For the first mark 2
And for every other mark of the
series
4B. For registration under section 55 of a
mark for goods in more than one class-
In respect of every class 2
Total fee in no case to exceed 40 for
any number of classes
5. Upon each entry in the register of a
mark of a note that the mark is asso-
ciated with a newly registered mark
6. On application to register a subsequent
proprietor in cases of assignment or
transmission of a single mark 1
6A. On application to register a subsequent
proprietor of more than one, mark
standing in the same name, the devolu-
tion of title being identical in each case -
For the first mark 2
Ahd for every other mark
7. On application to change the name of a
proprietor of a single mark where there
has been no alteration in the proprie-


00 4.


0 0


0 0

0 0


10 0


00


20


0 0 19 or 21.


00
20


torship 10 0
7A. On application to change the name of a
proprietor of more than one mark stand-
ing in the same name, the change
being the same in each case -
For the first mark 10 0
And for every other mark 2 0
8. For .renewal of registration of a mark
at expiration of last registration 2 0 0
8A. For renewal of registration of a series
of marks at the expiration of last regis-
tration -
For the first mark of the series 2 0 0
And for every other mark of the series 2 0
8B. For renewal of a mark registered under
section 55 for goods in more than one
class -
In respect of every class 2 0 0
Total fee in no case to exceed 40
for any number of classes.
9. Additional fee under Rule 70 1 0 0
10. Additional fee under Rule 71 2 0 0
11. For altering a single entry of the address
of a registered proprietor 10 0
11A. For altering more than one entry of the
address of a registered proprietor where
the address in each case is the same and
is altered in the same way -
For the first entry 10 0
And for every other entry 2 0
12. For every entry in the register of a rec-


19 or 21.


26.


13 or 16.



13 or 16.


13 or 16.


17.
18.

23.




23.









110 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

tification thereof or an alteration
therein, not otherwise charged 1 0 0 33.
13. For cancelling the entry or part of the
entry of a trade mark upon the register
on th, application of the owner of such
trade mark 10 0 27 or 28.
14. On request, not otherwise charged, un-
der section 10 (6) or under section 30 10 0 25 or 29.
15. For a search under Rule 95 1 0 0 31.
16. For certificate of Registrar of registra-
tion to be used in legal proceedings 2 0 0 37.
17. For certificate of Registrar of the regis-
tration of a trade mark to be used for
the purpose of obtaining registration
abroad 10 0 36.
17A. For certificate of Registrar of the re-
gistration of a series of marks for the
purpose of obtaining registration abroad 1 0 0 36.
18. For certificate of Registrar other than
certificate under section 15 or certificate
of registration to be used in legal pro-
ceedings, or for the purpose of obtaining
registration abroad 2 0 0 34.
18A. On appeal from Registrar to the Gov-
ernor in Council in respect of each
decision appealed against by Appellant 2 0 0 32.
19. On an application to the Registrar un-
der section 24 10 0 0 24.
20. On an application to the Registrar for
leave to add to or alter a single mark 2 0 0
20A. On an application to the Registrar for
leave to add to or alter more than one
mark of the same proprietor, the addi-
tion or alteration to be made, in each
case being the same -
For the first mark 2 0 0 30.
And for every other mark 1 0 0
21. For inspecting register in connection
with any particular trade mark, for
every quarter of an hour 2 0
22. For making a search amongst the classi-
fied representations of trade marks, for
ev.ry quarter of an hour 2 0
23. For office copy of documents for every
72 words (but never less than 2s.) 1 0
24. For certifying office copies MS. or
printed matter 1 0 0
25. In cases where the wood block or elec-
trotype of the trade mark exceeds 2
inches in breadth or depth, or In breadth
and depth.
For every inch or part of an inch over
2 inches in breadth 4 0
For every inch or part of an inch over
2 inches in depth 4 0
Ordered in Council this 21st day of April, 1953.
PETER HASTING.
Clerk to the Execut:ve Council.


No. 102 24th April, 1953. in connection with Cororation
It is hereby notified that His Celebrations.
Excellency the Governor has M.P. 13424.
been pleased to appoint Mr,
John Dee Greenway. C.M.G.. No. 103 24th April, 1953.
as Personal Assistant to the, The sub-joined Notice oven
Governor, for temporary duty under The Acquisition of Land









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Act (Ch. 265) is published for
general information.
M.P. 1017 E.
NOTICE
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND
ACT (Ch. 265)

WHEREAS it appears to His
Excellency the Governor in
Council that the land described
in the Schedule hereto is
required for a public purpose.
NOW THEREFORE, it is
hereby notified that it is the
intention of His Excellency
the Governor in Council to ac-
ouire the said land for a pub-
lic purpose to wit: for the pur-
pose of implementing the
Agreement made with the con-
currence of the Government of
the Bahama Islands between
the Government of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland and the Gov-
ernment of the United States
of America concerning a Long
Range Proving Ground for
Guided Missiles to be known as
"The Bahamas Long Range
Proving Ground."
All persons interested in the
said land shall within 30 days
of the publication of this no-
tice state in writing to the Co-
lonial Secretary of the Colony
the nature of their respective
interests in the said land and
the amount and particulars of
their claim to compensation
for such interests.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or par-
cel of land situate in the area
between Abraham Hills and
the Public Road leading to
Abraham Town and about 3
miles westward of Abraham.
Town, on the Island of Maya-
guana, Colony of the Bahamas,
as outlined on a map numbered
E53TF3098 on record as en-
closure 231 in M.P. 1017E of the
Crown Lands Office, and more
particularly described as fol-
lows:
From the northwestern corn-
er of a tract of 20 acres granted
to John Burrows in 1879 (see
Book N page 252 in the Crown
Lands Office), go thence along
the western boundary of the
said lands granted to John
Burrows South 24 degrees East
34.15 feet to a point on a newly
constructed road, 3970.96 feet


eastward of its junction with
the eastern boundary of the
tract of 117.8 acres known as
the Long Range Proving
Ground Main Base and Trans-
mitter Site, which point is at
the intersection of the centre
line of the said road with the
western boundary of the said
lands granted to John Burrows
and is the point of beginning
of the centre line of the said
tract of parcel of land herein
described, which said tract or
parcel of land consists of a 100
foot right-of-way for a road,
approximately 2805.18 feet long,
the boundaries of which are
parallel to and 50 feet distant
from the centre line which is
more fully described as follows:
From the point of beginning
the centre line of the said 100
foot right-of-way extends
thence North 64 degrees 37'
East 241.44 feet into the said
lands granted to John Burrows
to a point, thence continuing
through the said lands granted
to John Burrows and into
a tract of 10 acres granted
to Zach Burrows in 1879 (see
Book N page 261 in the Crown
Lands Office) North 71 degrees
28' East 608.4 feet to a point,
thence continuing through the
said lands granted to Zach
Burrows North 74 degrees 33'
East 457.3 feet to a point,
thence continuing through the
said lands granted to Zach
Burrows and through a tract
of 20 acres granted to John
Charleton in 1879 (see Book N
page 254 in the Crown Lands
nffie-" and into another tract
of 20 acres granted to John
Charleton in 1879 (see Book N
pg. 253 in the Crown Lands Of-
fice) North 60 degrees 19' East
992.3 feet to a point, thence
continuing through the said
other lands granted to John
Charleton, North 57 degrees 07'
East 505.74 feet to a point on
the eastern boundary of the
said other lands granted to
John Charleton (Reference
Book N page 253) which is also
the western boundary of va-
cant Crown Land adjoining the
"- lands granted to John
Charleton. The said 100 foot
right-of-way contains an area
of 6.45 acres more or less com-
prising 1.6 acres of the said
tract of 20 acres granted to









12 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


John Burrows in 1879, 1.6 acres
of the said tract of 10 acres
granted to Zach Burrows in
1879, 1.6 acres of the said tract
of 20 acres granted to John
Charleton in 1879 (Reference
Book N page 254), 1.5- acres of
the said other tract granted to
John Charleton in 1879 (Refer-
ence Book N page 253) and 0.15
acres of ungranted Crown
Land.
Dated the 24th day of April,
A.D., 1953.
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.

No. 104 24th April, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice given
under The Acquisition of
Land Act (Ch. 265) is publish-
ed for general information.
M.P. 1017 E.

NOTICE
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND
ACT (Ch. 265)

WHEREAS it appears to His
Excellency the Governor m
Council that the land described
in the Schedule hereto is re-
quired for a public purpose.
NOW THEREFORE, it is
hereby notified that it is the
intention of His Excellency the
Governor in Council to acquire
the said land for a public pur-
pose to wit: for the purpose of
implementing the Agreement
made with the concurrence of
the Government of the Baha-
ma Islands between the Gov.-
ernment of the United King-
dom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland and the Gov-
ernment of the United States
of America concerning a Long
Range Proving Ground for
Guided Missiles to be known as
"The Bahamas Long Range
Proving Ground."
All persons interested in the
said land shall within 30 days
of the publication of this notice
state In writing to the Colonial
Secretary of the Colony the
nature of their respective in-
terests in the land and the
amount and particulars of
their claim to compensation
for such interests.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or par-
cel of land situate in the area
between Abraham Hills and


the Public Road leading to
Abraham Town and about 4
miles West of Abraham Town,
on the Island of Mayaguana,
Colony of the Bahamas, as
outhned on a map numbered
E53TF3098 on record as er
closure 23i in M.P. 1017E of tht
Crown Lands Office, and more
particularly described as fol-
lows:
From the centre of a con-
crete monument which marks
the most easterly corner of a
tract of 117.8 acres known as
the Long Range Proving Ground'
Main Base and Transmitter
Site and also the most south-
erly corner of a tract of 20
acres granted to James Charle-
ton in 1879 (See Book N page
257 in the Crown Lands Office),
go thence along the western
boundary of the said lands
granted to James Charleton
North 24 degrees 56 minutes
West, 641.0 feet to a point
which is at the intersection of
the centre line of a newly con-
structed road with the eastern
boundary of the said Long
Range Proving Ground Main
Base and Transmitter Site and
Is the point of beginning of the
centre line of the said tract or
parcel of land herein described,
which said tract or parcel of
land consists of a 100 foot
right-of-way for a road, ap-
proximately 2037.14 feet long,
the boundaries of which are
parallel to and 50 feet distant
from the centre line which is
more fully described as fol-
lows:
From the point of beginning
the centre line of the said 100
foot right-of-way extends
thence North 40 degrees 03
minutes East, 243.1 feet into
the said lands granted to
James Charleton to a point,
then continuing through the
said lands granted to James
Charleton and into a tract ot
20 acres granted to Granvillle
Charleton in 1933 (See Book Ni
page 38 in the Crown Lands
Office) North 56 degrees 08
minutes East, 558.0 feet to a
point, thence continuing
through the said lands granted
to Granville Charleton and into
a tract of 10 acres originally
granted to John A. Charleton
in 1879 (See Book N page 256
in the Crown Lands Office)









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 11


North 61 degrees 52 minutes
East 1069.4 feet to a point
thence continuing through the
said lands granted to John A.
Charleton North 60 degrees 33
minutes East 166.64 feet to tne
eastern boundary of these said
lands which is also the western
boundary of vacant Crown
Lands adjoining the said lands
granted to John A. Charleton.
The said 100 foot right-of-way
contains an area of 4.7 acres
more or less comprising 1.6
arces of the said tract of 20
acres granted to James Charle-
ton in 1879, 1.5 acres of the
said tract of 20 acres grant-
ed to Granville Charleton in
1933 and 1.6 acres of the said
tract of 10 acres granted to
John A. Charleton in 1879.
Dated the 24th day of April,
A.D., 1953.
The foregoing notices num-
bered 94 to 104 are pubhshed
by command.
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
'Colonial Secretary.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 69/1953.
WHEREAS Winifred Louiso
Sweeting, of the City of Nas-
sau, in the Island of New Pro-
vidence, has made application


to the Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the Bahama
Islands for letters of Adminis-
tration with will annexed of
the real and personal estates
of William George Harris, late
of Dunmore Town, in the Island
of Harbour Island, Mariner, de-
ceased.
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.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
21st April, 1953.

NOTICE

Consumers are hereby noti-
fied that all Water and Sewer-
age bills for the Quarter end-
ing 31st March, 1953, have been
rendered and these accounts
must be settled before 20th
May, 1953.
Bills should be presented to
the Public Treasury at the
time of payment. Persons not
having received a bill should
apply at the office of the Pub-
lic Works Department and re-
quest a duplicate.
Telephone: 2846.
By Order,
G. C. STUBBS, A.M.I.C.E.,
Director of Public Works.




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