Group Title: Official gazette, Bahamas
Title: Official gazette
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076860/00020
 Material Information
Title: Official gazette
Physical Description: Serial
Creator: Bahamas.
Publisher: Published by Authority
Publication Date: May 11, 1953
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076860
Volume ID: VID00020
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ahk7292 - LTUF
19872904 - OCLC
001583356 - AlephBibNum

Full Text



















OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU MAY 11, 1953 19


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretaryls Office
No. 109 5th May, 1953.
The following Out Island
Local Boards of Words have
been appointed for the year
ending 31st December, 1953.
ABACO
Hope Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Willie Russel, A. W
Russel, J.P., Robley Young Rus-
sell, C. B. Sawyer.
Marsh Harbour
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Sherwin Archer,
Bunyan Key, Ancil Albury, Al-
bert Albury.
Green Turtle Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, T. H. Roberts, J.P.,
Harold Lowe, Charles Curry,
Roger Lowe.
Cherokee Sound
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, W. W. Sands, J.P,
Roy Russell, A. Pinder G. H.
Sands.
Cooper's Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Calvin Saunders,
Andrew McIntosh, Joseph
Cooper, Norman Archer, J.P.
Man O War Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Haziel L. Albury,
J.P., William H. Albury, Emer-
son Albury, Norman Albury.
Great Guana Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Carlin Roberts, J.P.,
Urick Bethel, Howard Cash,
Victor Bethel.


Dundas Town & Murphy Town
The Commissioner, ex-offcilo
Chairman, Sherln C. Bootle,
J.P., Roy G. Curry, Allan Far-
rington, Alfred Sawyer.
Sandy Point & Crossing Rocks
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, J. A. Pinder. J.P.,
Ernest Dean, Samuel Sands, R.
I. Johnson.
Cedar Harbour, Fox Town And
Crown Haven
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Robert Mills, Melvin
Wells, Whitfield Russell,
Thomas McIntosh.
Moore's Island
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Pernell Laroda, Rev.
Samuel Davis, Edward Johnson,
James Williams.
ANDROS
Nicoll's Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Rev. Laben Johnson,
Rev. Verdant G. Peet, Rupert
Bowleg, Neville Curry.
Mastic Point
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Benjamin Mun-
nings. J.P., Benjamin Tinker,
Clarence Cokbrooke, Rev. W.
B. Smith.
Lowe Sound
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, John Russell, Amos
Evans, Reuben Russell, Nelson
Russell.
Mangrove Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Irvin McPhee, J.P.,
N. E. Bosfleld, Orsborn Lock-
hart Simeon S. Rolle.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Long Bay Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, C. J. Tynes, Amos
Flowers, John Hardy McKin-
ney, David Johnson.
Deep Creek
The Ccmmissioner, ex-offlcio
Chairman, Alpheus Rolle, J.P.,
Philip Carey, Benjamin A.
Munroe, Euthal Rodgers
Fresh Creek
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, O. A. Johnson,
George Minis, Urban E. Car-
gill, David Cleare.
Staniard Creek
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Herbert Dawkins,
Alphonso Johnson, W i b e r
Wood3ide, Ellis Wemyss.
BIMINI
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Harcourt N. Brown,
J.P., Rev. J. R. Smith, Charles
Robins, Frederick Duncombe.
CAT ISLAND
The Bight
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Wilberforce, Swain.
J.P., Simeon Dawkins, Henry
Poitier, William Seymour.
Port Howe
The Commissioner, ex-officia
Chairman, Cleveland Young,
Joseph Francis, Rev. Sham
Burrows, Brightman Nottage.
Knowles
The Commissioner, ex-officlo
Chairman, Rev. Fred J. Turner,
S a m u e Hepburn, Chillian
Nairn, James Seymour.
Arthur's Town
The Comm ssior.r, ex-officio
Chairman, Berton King, John
Rolle, Bertelle Stubbs. R. A.
Johnson.
ELEUTHERA
Governor's Harbour
The Comm ssioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Vivian B. Pyfrom,
J.P., W. B. Griffin, Edwin V.
Burrows, Thaddeus Johnson.
Palmetto Point & Savannah
Sound
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, S. H. Bethel, J.P..
W. H. Gibson, J.P., R. H. Hall,
Harcourt Gibson.
Gregory Town & Hatchet Bay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Richard Dean J.P.,
Thomas B. Wood, J.P., Samuel
Thompson, James Johnson.
James Cistern
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, R. U. Knowles, Hu-


bert Johnson, Shadrack Bethel,
Bertram Bethel.
Rock Sound
The Commissioner, ex-officic
Chairman, W. R. Watkins, J.P.,
Maurice Curry. Charles Sands.
J.P., Jack Curry.
Tarpum Bay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Newton Carey. W. A.
Carey, J.P.. C. W. Nottage, Dar-
rel Nottage.
Wemyss Bight
The Commissioner. ex-officio
Chairman. Thomas Young, J.P.,
H. H. Finley, J.P., J. B. Gibson,
J.P.. Charles Smith, J.P.
EXU,.IA
George Town
The Commissioner, ex-offici.
Chairman, E G. Taylor. Rich-
ard Smith, Henry Smith. John
Marshall.
Steventon
The Cmmissioner. ex-officio
Chairman. K. W. Barr, Stafford
Bowe, P. E. Ferguson. William
SturruD.
W:lliams Town
The Commissioner, ex-officin
Chairman. Thomas Dorsett.
Gerald Fitz-Gerlad. J.P.. J.
Vincent Bowe. Wilfred Dorsett
GRAND BAHAMA
Wzst End
The Ccmmissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Lorenzo Smith. Ben-
jamin Pinder, Clarence Wil-
chombe Austin Grant, Sr.
HARBOUR ISLAND
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, W. R. Bethel, J.P.,
Harry S. Albury, Roland Saun-
ders, John Grant.
SPANISH WELLS
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Vernon Curry, J.P.
Blois Higgs, Leo Pinder, Al-
phaeus Pinder.
BLUFF
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, John H. Hilton, J.P..
John V. Barry, Cyril Neilly,
Albert Neilly.
Current
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, E. A. Symonette,
Rando lph Symonette, J.P.,
Joseph Griffin, J. W. Hall.
The Bogues
The Commissioner, ex-officlo
Chairman, George S. Moss, J.P.,
James H. Fraser, Thomas
Johnson, Mitchell Moss.
INAGUA
The Commissioner, ex-officia
Chairman, Rev. N. C. Alexan-










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


der, J.P., A. W. Ingraham, J.P.,
Theo, G. Farquharson, W. A. G.
S.vmonette.
LONG CAY, F.I.
Long Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, John H. W. Toote,
Ephrnam Williamson.
Crooked Island
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Wilfred Ferguson,
Julius Bonaby, Ulric Ferguson,
J.P., V. B. Darville.
Ackhns Island
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Curtiss Tynes, J.P.,
Hiram Farquharson, H. F.
Moss.
LONG ISLAND
Clarence Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, S. P. Rahming, J.P.,
Fr. Cornelius Osendorf, O.S.B.,
O.B.E.
Simms
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, C.N. Simms, Cecil E.
Simms, L. N. CoaKley, Herman
knildy.
Roses
Thlo 'nmminsinner pY-nffifin


Chairman, D. A. Darville, J.P.,
Clifton Cartwright, Theodore
Martinborough, McField Morti-
mer.
Deadman's Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, N. G. M. Major,
B.E.M., Samuel H. Burrows,
Joseph J. Darville, Mack Turn-
quest.
MAYAGUANA
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Edward Charlton,
Thaddeus Charlton, John Ed-
wards, James White, Frederick
Saunders.
RAGGED ISLAND
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Cha-rman, Alonzo Hepburn,
Raphael Munroe, Harold
Bridgewater, Sheffield Wilson
RUM CAY
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Robert N. Bain,
Cleveland Maycock.
SAN SALVADOR
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, J. R. Albury, J.P.,
Rev. Anthony Arnott, Paul
Ward, Rev. Joshua Storr.
By Command,
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 9786/3.

No. 110 5th May, 1953.
The following Out Island


Local Boards of Health have
been appointed for the year
ending the 31st December,
1953.

ABACO
Hope Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, A. W. Russell, J.P.,
Willie Russell, Robley Young
Russell, C. B. Sawyer.
Marsh Harbour
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Bunyan Key, Sher-
win Archer, Ancil Albury, Al-
bert Albury.
Green Turtle Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, T. H. Roberts, J.P.,
Harold Lowe, Charles Curry,
Roger Lowe.
Cherokee Sound
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, W. W. Sands, J.P.,
G. H. Sands, A. Pinder, Roy
Russell.
Cooper's Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Joseph Cooper, Nor-
man Archer, J.P., Andrew Mc-
Intosh, Calvin Saunders.
Man O War Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Haziel L. Albury,
J.P., William H. Albury, Emer-
son Albury, Norman Albury.
Great Guana Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Carlin Roberts, J.P.,
Urick Bethel, Howard Cash,
Victor Bethel.
Dundas Town and Murphy
Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Sherlin C. Bootle,
J.P., Roy G. Curry, Allan Far-
rington, Alfred Sawyer.
Sandy Point and Crossing
Rocks
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, J. A. Pinder, J.P.,
Ernest Dean, Samuel Sands,
R. I. Johnson.
Cedar Harbour. Fox Town And
Crown Haven
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Robert Mills, Melvin
Wells, Edward Curry, Thomas
McIntosh.
Moore's Island
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Pernell Laroda, Rev.
Samuel Davis, Edward John-
son, James Williams.
ANDROS
Nicoll's Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio










126 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Chairman, Rev. Laban John-
son, Rev. Verdant C. Peet, Ru-
pert Bowleg, John Russell.
Mangrove Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Irvin McPhee, J.P..
N. E. Bosfield, Anthony Forbes,
Simeon S. Rolle.
Fresh Creek
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Richard Braynen.
Samuel Coakley.
Staniard Creek
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Nurse Francis, C. W.
Saunders.
BIMINI
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Harcourt N. Brown,
J.P., Rev. J. R. Smith, Charles
Robins, Frederick Duncombe.
CAT ISLAND
The Bight
The Commissioner, ex-offlico
Chairman, Wilberforce Swain,
J.P.. W. E. Mortimer, A. L. Far-
auharson, L. A. Armbrister.
Arthur's Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman. John Rolle, Harold
Poitier, Rodney Bain, R. A.
Johnson
ELEUTHERA
Governor's Harbour
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, Vivian B.
Pyfrom, J.P., W. B. Griffin, Ed-
win V. Burrows, Thaddeus
Johnson.
Palmetto Point and Savannah
Sound
The District Medical Offiecr,
ex-officia Chairman, S. H.
Bethel, J..P, W. H. Gibson, J.P.,
R. H. Hall Harcourt Gibson.
Gregory Town & Hatchet Bay
The District Medical Offiecr,
ex-officio Chairman, Richard
Dean, J.P.. Thomas B. Wood,
J.P.. James Johnson. Samuel
Thompson
James Cistern
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, R. U.
Knowles. Hubert Johnson. Ber-
tram Bethel. Shadrack Bethel
Rock Sound
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, W. R.
Watkins, J.P., Maurice Curry,
Charles Sands, J.P., Jack
Carey.
Wemyss Bight
The District Medical Offie,.r,
ex-officio Chairman, Thomas
Young, J.P., H. H. Finley, J.P..


J. B. Gibson, J.P., Charles
Smith, J.P.
Tarpum Bay
The District Medical Offiecr,
ex-officio Chairman, W. A.
Carey, J.P., C. W. Nottage,
Newton Carey, Darrel Nottage.
EXUMA
George Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, E. G. Taylor, Rich-
ard Smith, Henry Smith, John
Marshall.
Steventon
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, K. W. Barr, Stafford
Bowe, P. E. Ferguson, William
Sturrup.
Williams Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Thomas Dorsett,
J.P., Gerald Fitz-Gerald, .T.P.,
J. Vincent Bowe. Wilfred nor-
sett.
HARBOUR ISLAND
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, W. R.
Bethel, J.P., Harry S. Albury,
Roland Saunders, John A.
Grant.
SPANISH WELLS
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, Vernon
Curry, J.P., Blois Higgs, Leo
Pinder, Alphaeus Pinder.
Bluff
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, John H.
Hilton, J.P., John V. Barry,
Cyril Neilly, Albert Neilly.
Current
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, E. A.
Symonette, Randolph Symo-
nette, J.P., Joseph V. Griffin, J.
W. Hall.
The Bogues
The District Medical Officer,
ex-offlico Chairman, George S.
Moss, J.P., James Fraser.
Thomas Johnson. Mitchell
Moss.
INAGUA
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, Rev. N. C
Alexander, J.P., A. W. Ingra-
ham, J.P., Theo. 0. Farpuhar-
son.
LONG CAY, F.I.
Long Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officlo
Chairman, John H. W. Toote.
Ephraim Williamson.
Acklins Island
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Curtis Tynes, J.P..









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Hiram Farquharson, H. F.
Moss.
Crooked Island
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Ulric Ferguson, J.P.,
Wilfred Ferguson, Julius Bona-
by, V. B. Darville, Nurse Lula
Farquharson.
LONG ISLAND
Clarence Town
The Commissioner, ex-offlcio
Chairman, S. P. Rahming, J.P.,
Fr. Cornelius Osendorf, O.S.B..
O.B.E.
Simmis
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, C. N. Simms. Cecil
E. Simms, L. N. Coakley, Her-
man Finley.
Roses
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, D. A. Darville, J.P.,
Clifton Cartwright, Theodore
Martinborough, McField Morti-
mer.
Deadman's Cay
The Commissioner, ex-offiico
Chairman, N. G. M. Major,
B.E.M., Samuel H. Burrows,
Joseph J. Darville, Mack Turn-
auest.
GRAND BAHAMA
West End
The District Medical Officer,
ex-officio Chairman, Benjamin
Pinder, Austin Grant, Sr., Clar-
ence Wilchcombe, L o r e n z a
Smith.
RAGGED ISLAND
The Commissioner, ex-offlico
Chairman Alonza Hepburn,
Raphael Munroe, Burnell Hep-
burn, Cephas Maycock.
SAN SALVADOR
The Commissioner, ex-officoio
Chairman, J. R. Albury, J.P.,
Rev. Anthony Arnott. Paul
Ward, Rev. Joshua Storr.
MAYAGUANA
The Commissioner, ex-offiico
Chairman, Wiliam Jones, Orth-
ney Charlton, John Edwards,
Cecil Higgins.
RUM CAY
The Commissioner, ex-offiico
Chairman, Rooert N. Bain,
Cleveland Maycock.
M.P. 9786/3.


No. 111 6th May, 1953.
The following persons have
been nominated to be Trustees
of the undermentioned Out Is-
land Public Libraries for the
year ending the 31st Decem-
ber, 1953.


ABACO
Hope Town
The Commissioner, ex-offlico
Chairman, Willie Russell, Mrs.
L. M. Finder, Mrs. F. A. Bethel,
Harry Malone .
Cherokee Sound
The Commissioner, ex-offlico
Chairman, W. W. Sands, J.P.,
Stanley Bethel, Mrs. Muriel
Albury, Mr. Patrick Bethel.
Marsh Harbour
The Commissioner, ex-offlico
Chairman, A. W. Roberts, J.P.,
Samuel Smith, Mrs. Myrtie B.
Weatherford, Bunyan Key.
Green Turtle Cay
The Commissioner, ex-offilco
Chairman, T. H. Roberts, J.P.,
Amy Roberts, Charles Curry,
Pearl Lowe.
ANDROS
Fresh Creek
The Commissioner, ex-offico
Chairman, Mrs. Mary Johnson,
Mrs. Sarah Coakley, David
Cleare, George Minnis.
BIMINI
*The Commissioner, ex-offiico
Chairman, Miss Corinne Bos-
field, Mrs. Melly Sherman, Rev.
J. R. Smith, Wilfred Weech.
CAT ISLAND
Arthur's Town
The Commissioner, ex-offlico
Chairman, Rev. William Gran-
ger, Rodney Bain, B.A., H. S.
Poitier, J. E. Rolle.
The Bight
The Commissioner, ex-offlico
Chairman, Wilberforce Swain.
J.P., Francisco Wilson, Fred
Johnson, Ezekiel Pratt.
ELEUTHERA
Rock Sound
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, A. A. Edwards, Ado-
ra Curry, Mrs. Rupert Watkins,
Rev. Wm. Ross.
Tarpum Bay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, M. L. Nottage, J.P.,
W. A. Carey, J.P., F. G.
Stephenson, Mary Morton.
Governor's Harbour
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, W. B. Griffin, Rich-
ard Rolle, Allan Moss, E. Mc-
Farland.
Palmetto Point
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, S. B. Thompson,
J.P., S. H. Bethel, J.P., Daniel
Culmer, R. H. Hall.
Savannah Sound
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Samuel W. Johnson,










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


William S. Gibson, Raynold V.
Culmer, Harcourt Gibson.
EXUMA
George Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, E. A. Evans, E. J.
Rolle, E. G. Taylor, John Mar-
shall
(Continued in next column)
GRAND BAHAMA
West End
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Brenda Neely, Aus-
tin Grant, Jr., D. M. Pratt,
Granville Garvey.
EIGHT MILE ROCK
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Minette Coope r,
Amy Bartlett, Althea Bosfield,
F. H. Bosfield.
HARBOUR ISLAND
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, T. B. Neilly, M'ss
Mae Sturrup. Mrs. Eric Solo-
mon, Joseph Albury.
SPANISH WELLS
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Vernon Curry, J.P.,
Leo Finder, Esther Finder,
Elaanor Pinder.
BLUFF
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, John Hilton, J.P.,
Charles Wright, Horner Ander-
son, Miriam Dorsett.
CURRENT


The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, E. A. Symonette,
Delores Eldon, Arthur Eldon,
Dolly Algreen.
LOWER BOGUE
The Commissioner, ex-officic
Chairman, G. S. Moss, J.P.,
Lawrence Kelly, Cyril Blatch.
James Frazer.
INAGUA
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Theo. G. Farquhar-
son, Stanley Mess, Arlington D.
Farquharson, P. N. Nixon.
LONG ISLAND
Clarence Town
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, Hazel Newman, L. V.
Smith.
Deadman's Cay
The Commissioner, ex-officio
Chairman, N. G. M. Major,
B.E.M., Mrs. Castella Turn-
quest, Earle R. Wells, Iva Bur-
rows.
Simms
The Commissioner, ex-officii
Chairman, C. N. Sir.ms, Iv::
Simms, C. E. Simme Monica
Knowles.


RAGGED ISLAND
The Commissioner, ex-offici<
Chairman, Alonzo Hepburn, Ce.
cil Lockhart, Theodore Wilson
Harold Bridgewater.
SAN SALVADOR
The Commissioner, ex-officic
Chairman, J. R. Albury, J.P..
Rev. Joshua Storr. Samu.i
Edgecombe, Edmund Hunt.
M.P. 1740/2.

No. 112 7th May, 1953.
The following list of District
Constables appointed for the
year 1953 is pubhshed in ac-
cordance with Section 23 cf
the Constables Act (Chapter
16):-


By Command,
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 12578 /2.
NEW PROVIDENCE
City District
Kirkwood Higgs, Carl Stuart,
Herbert Finder, A. C. Kelly,
Robert Sands, Oswald Sweet-
ing, John Gordon, Roscoe
Thcmpson, Caleb W. Curry, Jr.,
William E. Thompson, Lobon
Bethel and William Curry.
Eastern District
Carl Bethel, George W.
Thompson, Levi Gibson, Cor-
nelius Adams, Lewis Sands, Ce-
cil Isaacs, Robert Curry, Cecil
Stuart, Lawrence Roberts,
Percy Albury, Cecil French, W.
J. Saunders, Samuel Carey,
Kirtland Cole, Robert Dillett
and Walter Dillett.
Southern District
George Cumbcrbatch, Harry
Horton, Ralph Tinker, W. A
Weeks, Leigh Barton, Charles
Rhodr:quez, John Larrimore.
Samuel White, Charles, Murray.
John Scavella, Cl-arles Austin,
Wilfred Hall, William Young,
Stephen S. Bethel, George
Dean, Audley Kemp. Fred
Cooper, John E. Johnson,
James Russell, John Deveaux,
Thomas Bertram, William
Woodside.
South-Western District
P-uce Hi-lpr. William Mit-
chell, Gerald Dean, John
Thompson, Randolph kClare,
Ivan Wallace, .ic-n Carey,
Ronald Dean, Granville, Ed-
wards, Alonzc Taylor, Living-
ston Mackey, Harold Eddy,
James T. Johnson, Roland Mc-
Phee, Herbert Huyler, Clifford
Turnquest and Hilton Black.


I
I
1
I








OFFICIAL GAZETTE 129


Western District
Victor Gibson, Hansen Dun-
can, Robert Bailey, Jr., Diony-
sius de Gregory, iruce Adder-
ley, Riccardo de Gregory, Jact
Fountain, Martinas Bethel, Ed-
ward Glinton, Harold Curry,
Basil Christofilis and Herbert
Huyler.
Hog Island District
Rupert Daan, Sr., Albert In.
graham and Eugene Hall.
Sand4lands District
George Burnside, Robert I.
Bartlett, Sydney Delaney, Ho.-
sea Moss, Nathaniel Kemp and
Jeffeth Saunders.
Creek District
Philip Brice, Milton Cooper,
Starnlev Neelv, Leslie Higgs and
George Morrison.
Headquarters
Edward Huvler. James Thur-
ston, Robert Ferguson and
James Dnlevoaux.
A-elae'e D'str;et
Alexander Butterfield, Don-
ald Lawrerc.. Samuel Balfour
and Her-rt Rolle.
Gambhi.r Distriot
William Curtis, Oth n i e
TJ1nmet. Joseph Poitier and
Samuel Hnpkins.
Del nort District
James Huyler and Wilfred
Hu-'ir.
Lyford C"- a-' Old Fort
D'I-trict
Rrlorick Hall and George


Tucker.
ANDP.OS
Fresh Creek
(oorae T vFamor,
Praynen. Ormond
.T-n Roberts and
Gooding.


Ex'gart
~bnsr~n.
Ex-Sgt.


Calabash Pav
(enrae Minnis. Elmore Car-
p.ll Sspmel Coakley and Urban
E. Cargill.
Small Hope
Remon Pinder.
Love Hill
Edward Hinsv, .Tqrn.s JobD-
pron T.iv'nstnne Hanna and
Orthnel Hinsev.
Starard Creek
Yelveton Edpecombe, 'clr"ey
Lightbourne. Arement Butler,
.T am Oliver and Herbert
Dawkins
Breezie Hill
Austin Burrows a n d Ezekiel
Storr.
L"we Sound
Sam-,el Parr Amos Evans
and Ruben Russell


Bowen Sound
Thomas Mackey.
Blanket Sound
Yorick Newton, Wilfred Rob-
erts and Benjamin Munroe.
Stafford Creek
Bruce Miller and Vivian De-
veaux.
LUMBER MILL
Stafford Creek
William Grant. Edward An-
tonio and Cornel.us Williams.
Behring loint
Raphael Wemyss, Dava Mac-
key and Arnold Coaklev.
Man-O-War Sound
Gerald Seyinour and Altred
Rahming.
Cargill Creek
William Bain and Kingston
Brown.
Nicoll's Town
Neville Currv. Wellington
Christie. Oswald Evans. Joseph
Oliver and Stanley Russell.
Conch Sound
ITathaniel Pratt, Joseph
Rahmine. Albert Strachan and
Charles Sands.
Mastic Point
Hubert Fowler, Bertie Fowler,
Lawron~, Tinker and Welling-
ton Hanna.


Whale Cay
Thomas Wood.
C.D.C.
Richard Turner, Vernon
Turner. Kenneth Woodside,
Atwell Fowler, Bertram Davis
and Brutnell Bowlee.
Evanstown
Randolnh Evans and Simeon
Evans.
Lewis Coppice
Bertram Newton and Nelson
Russell.
Little Whale Cay
Benjamin Roberts.
Bird Cay
Cyril Bowleg.
Libson Creek
Wllin-ton Longley and Ber-
nard Lonrley.
Victoria Point
Harold Bullard, Rupert Bain,
Charles Bain, Garfield Bastian,
Richard Rolle and Nathan Bas-
tian.
Grant's
Fred Smith, Simeon S. Rolle,
Jonathan Rolle and Joseph.
Green.
Peat's
Leopold Simms. Edward Mc-
Phee and James C. Nairn.
Pinderls
Zacharius Mox e y, Prince


J(


OFIIA GAZETE 12


I









130 OFFICIAL GAZETTE
130


Bluff
Alfred Johnson.
Smith's Hill
Octavious Taylor, Anvill"
Taylor and Ronald Adderley.
Kemp's Bay
Simeon Brown, Ernest
Forbes and Emmanuel Rolle.
Black Point
Harold McPhee and David
McPhee.
Pure Gold
Hartman Duncombe and Ar-
nold Burrows.
Little Creek
Ronald Wells, Ezekial Sands
and Richard Sands.
Pleasant Bay
Eleazer Bullard and Robert
S. Sands.
Mars Bay
Ronald Young, Logan Wil-
liams and George Moultrie.
Smith' Coppice
Thomas McKinnney and
Bertram Stuart.
Duncombe Coppice
Pharis Duncombe.
Burnt Rock
Thomas Finley.
ABACO
Hope Town
Dewitt Lowe, Robley Y. Rus-
sell, Fulton Russell and Theo-
dore Malone.
Green Turtle Cay
Robert Curry, Roger Lowe,


_--------------~


Fox Town
Melvin Wells, Samuel Parker
and Reginald McIntosh.
Crown Haven
Robert Russell, Whitfield
Russell and Edward Curry.
Grand Cay
Percy Rolle and Charles
Lowe.
Walker Cay
Arnold Adderley and Millage
Smith.
Fire Road
Willard Gardiner and Charles
Lewis.
BIMINI
Theodore Saunders, Charles
Rolle, Fred Duncombe and
Timothy McPhee.
CAT ISLAND
Arthur's Town
Sam Miller, Thaddeus
Thompson, Roy Armbrister,
Hubert Pratt and Taft Dean.
Orange Creek
James Stubbs, B e r t e 11 e
Stubbs and Earl Newbold.


I


Jolly, Prince Miller, Harcourt
Rolle and Melvin Bullard.
Swain's
Lawrence Miller, Livingston
Miller and George Lockhart.
Little Harbour
David Moxey, Jr., Isaac Saun-
ders, Michael Moxey and Har-
old Moxey.
Drigg's Hill
William Forbes, Sr. and Ed-
meston Williai1s.
LUng Bay
S gm~' Smith.
Deep Creek
Albert Higgs and Leon Rolle.
Bullocks Harbour
James Simms.
Dorsetts
Joseph Thompson and Henry
Simeon Evans.
Congo Town
Albert Hepburn and Menas-
sah Adderley.
Motion Town
David Johnson.
High Rock
Arnold Gibbs, Neville
Knowles, Oral Thompson and
Donald Rolle.


Merrill Saunders, Thomas Mc-
Intosh and James Lowe.
Marsh Harbour
Anthony Albury, Reginald
Lowe, Albert Albury and Harry
Collins.
Dundas Town
Richard Bodie.
Murphy Town
William Simms.
Cherokee Sound
Joseph Bethel, Curtis Lowe
and Brailey Pinder.
Crossing Rocks
Charles McKinney and Wil-
liam Russell.
Sandy Point
Uriah Dames, Ernest Dean,
Theophilus Davis and Theophi-
lus Thompson.
Man-O-War Cay
William H. Albury and Ken-
neth Thompson.
Great Guana Cay
Baron Roberts and Howard
Cash.
Moore's Island
James Williams, Alfred Bar-
nett, Wilfred Hield, Edward
Johnson, Pernell Laroda and
Rufus Swain.
Cooper's Town
Joseph Cooper, Prince Bootle,
and Jeremiah Russell.
Black Wood
Horatio Cornish Clarence
Mackey and Isaac Mounts.
Cedar Harbour
Allan Mills and Robert
Kemp.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Zion Hill
Henry Farrington.
Thurston Hill
Charles Thurston.
Bainis Town
Fred Thompson, Whitfield
Cambridge and Wesley Gaitor.
The Lot Settlement
Samuel Stubbs, Abraham
Stubbs, Melvin Stubbs and
Loen Munnings.
Gaitor's
Joseph Dorsett.
Dumfries
Percy Stubbs, Ishmael Gai-
tor and Fred Brown.
Bennett's Harbour
Leon Bannister.
The Bluff
Elisha Hepburn.
McQueen
Amvd Rolle.
Stevensonis
Samuel Humes and Edgar
Poitier.
Free Town
Harold McKinney.
Bain's Town
Brightman Nottage and
James Butler.
Old Bight
William Seymour and Em-
manuel Rolle.
Port Howe
Orandal Sweeting, Cleveland
Bullard and Solomon Deveaux
Devils Pt.
Zacheus Rolle.
Simthls Bay
Samuel Hepburn.
Cove Settlement
Chillian Nairn.
New Bight
Courtney Poitier and Harold
M Kinney.
Tea Bay
Gifford Turner.
FLTUTHERA
Rock Sound
Maurice Curry, George Sands.
Clarence Horton and Neilly
Sands.
Tarpum Bay
Peter McCartney, Peter
Carey, Leemon Meadows, Zac
Carey.
Green Castle
Gladstone Smith, Nathaniel
Richards, Maurice Brown, Sy]-
vanus Whylly and George Mor-
ley.
Deep Creek
Benson Goodman, Harold
Thompson, Fe 1 x Delaney
Frederick Thompson.
Wemyss Bight
Prince Strachan, Nathaniel


Miller, Hazel Nixon, George
Gibson and John Young.
Bannerman Town
Milton Whylly and C. W.
Thompson.
Governor's Harbour
SNelson Petty, Audley Beth-l,
Herbert B e t h e Thaddeus
Johnson, Jack Williams and S.
B. Pinder.
Palmetto Point
Eleuthera
J. B. Sands, Leon Thompson,
and James E. Culmer.
James Cistern
Nicholas Thompson.
Alice Town
Robert Pinder and James
Pinder.
Gregory Town
Melvin Scavella and Samuel
Thompson.
Savannah Sound
Harcourt Gibson, Bertram
Bullard, Raynold H. Culmer
Colin Bullard.
EXUMA
Williams Town
Racy Styles, Lincoln Jolly
and Percy Bowe.
Forbes Hill
Edward Morley, Charles Mel-
ford Clarke and Ronald Clarke.
Ferry
Philip Bullard and Jeremiah
Saunders.
Rolle Town
Livingstone Rolle, Samuel
Rolle and Lloyd Dames.
George Town
Amos Coakley, L o r e n z o
Smith, Percy Sturrup, James
Barr and Amos Marshall. Sr.
Gilbert Grant
Richard Smith.
Hermitage
Peter Bodle, Henry Ellis and
John Bodie.
Moss Town
David McPhee, Esau Saun-
ders and Oscar McPhee
Ramsey West
Ernest McKenzie and Romeo
Adderley.
Mount Thompson
Jonathan Rolle and Ernest
Brice
The Forest
Stafford Bowe.
South Side
George Adderley.
Farmer's Hill
Joseph Flowers.
Roker's Point
Cornelius Flowers and Ira
Curry.










132 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Harts
James Bannister.
Steventon
Wellington Clarke, Christo-
pher Roach and Hezekiab
Smith.
Stuart Manor
Charles Williams.
Alexander
York Smith.
Barraterre
Manasseh L loy d, Mackey
Lloyd and James Taylor.
Rolle Ville
Joseph Bowe, Richard Rolls,
Shadrack Collins and Milton
Rolle.
Black Point
Ernest Pinder, Rufus Rolle
and Christopher Brown.
Farmer's Cay
Henry Moxey and Charles
Bain.
Staniel Cay
Joseph Miller.
GRAND BAHAMA
West End
Benjamin Pinder, Clifford
Davis, Benjamin Smith, Alex-
ander Rolle, Hiram Johnson,
tvan Russell and George
Forbes.
Eight Mile Rock
Irwin Bain and Edward
Rolled
Hunters
James Russell and George
McIntosh.
Finder's Point
Raymond Pmder, Lockwood
Grant and Osbourne Pinder.
Braudie Point
Elmore Stewart, Ralph Rus-
sell and Harris Russell.
Mather Town
Nathaniel Mather.
Smith's Point
Fred Mather and Henry Ed-
den.
Holmc~q Rock
Horatio Stewart, Austin Wal-
ker, John Rolle, Joseph Parker
and Benjamin Wallace.
Free Town
Emmanuel Heild and Or-
mond Laing.
Pelican Point
Stanford Laing and Issickal
Laing
Kemps'
Barnabas Roberts.
High Rock
James Roberts. Isaac Smith
and Solomon Pinder.
Hanna Hill
Allen Hanna.


Pine Ridge
Lee Penn, Livingstone In-
graham, Robert Ferguson, Al-
bear Gray, Thomas Williams.
Jonathan Williams and Charles
Williams.
McCleans Town
William Pinder, Jr., and Don-
ald Thomas.
Sweeting's Cay
Peter Feaster. James Fergu-
son and Wellington Bevans.
Lewis Yard
Emmanuel Russell and Pres-
ton Russell.
Sea Grape
Arthur Martin.
HARBOUR ISLAND
Harold Saunders and Curtis
Albury.
Spanish Wells
Alphaeus Pinder and Wilton
Munro
BLUFF
Cyril Neilly and Rolly Neilly.
Lower Bogue
Mitchell Moss and Berlin Al-
bury.
Upper Bogue
Harold Williams and Milton
Bowles.
INAGUA
Irvin K. Palacios, Michael
Mortimer, Carl Ingraham,
George Gardiner, Rockland
Barbes, Everette Smith, Reg-
inald Black, Samuel Nixon
Samuel Reckley, John Ford,
Thomas Winter, Robert Nixon,
Walter Ferguson, Albert Augus-
tus and James Nixon.
LONG ISLAND
Mortimores
Rufus Mortimore, Herman
Mortimore and Simon Rolle.
Little Harbour
Stafford Major.
Roses
Calvin Darville and William
H. Darville.
Tates
William Mortimore.
Dean Hill
Copeland Dean.
Hard Bargain
Henry Dean.
Dunmore
Fred Dean.
Clarence Town
Samuel Bowe, James M.
Cartwright, Solomon Taylor
and John Strachan.
Scrub Hill
Fred Aranha.
Hamilton
Herman Cartwright and Tor-
rington Treco.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Pettys
Frances Darville.
Mangrove Bush
Erskine Knowles, Joseph
Knowles and Olden Knowles.
Molly Well
William A. Darville.
Cartwright's
David Cartwright and -erald
Cartwright.
Bowes
Charles Rahming.
Buckleys
Leedon Strachan.
Tnrnquest
William Newman, Cleveland
Wells and Edward Turnquest.
Burnt Ground
John Wright.
Loi,"r Deadmans Cav
Elgin Turnquest, I. .W. Wat-
kir.. Nev'lle Burrows and Ar-
nold McHardy.
Wilson and Anderson
Robert Morris.
New Hope
Charles Wells.
Doctor Grays
Cosdale Wells and Hayward
Wells.
Pinders
Ronald V


Salt Pond
George Knowles and


Bruce


Wemyss
Maurice Kn' -,1 fs.
Woods
Robert Wells.
Gordons
Edward Watson.
Bains and Alligator Bay
George Taylor and Emman-
uel Knowles.
Bridgewater
Frank Gra-"
Simms
Isiah Knowles, Nathaniel
McPhee and ^-'-'tt Smith.
O'Neills
James B. Smith, George
Smith and Levi Pratt.
Deals
-"iqmin H. Deal and Joseph
Knowles.
Millerton
Joseph F. Dpal.
McKanns
Clarence Gray.
Millers
Haman Adderley.
Burnt Ground and Seymours
Erskine Glinton, Henry Ad-
derley, William Bethel, Henry
L. Pratt, Thomas D. Smith and
Jerome Smith.


LONG CAY (FORTUNE
ISLAND)
Brown's
Garnet Ferguson.
True Blue
Arlington Nottage.
Bullet Hill
Theo Moss.
Major's Cay
Arlington Moss.
Colonel Hill
Granville Brown.
Cabbage Hill
Wilfred Ferguson.
Moss Town
Darville Ferguson.
Thompson
Thomas Moss.
Fairfield
James Bain.
Cripple Hill
Holston Laroda.
Landrail Point
H. H. McKinney.
ACKLINS ISLAND
Lovely Bay
Evanglis Johnson
Delectable Bay
Laban Pearson.
Pmuney Bay
Wilfred Hanna.
Morant Bay
Joshua Collie.
Binnacle Hill
Antonio Symonette.
Salina Point
James Forbes.
Snug Corner
Japheth Farpuharson.
Pinefield
Holston Williamson.
MAYAGUANA
Pirates Well
John Edwards.
Abraham's Bay
Arlington Charlton and Reg-
Inald Charlton.
Betsy Bay
Joshua Higgins.
Horse Pond
William Jones.
RAGGED ISLAND
Harold Bridgewater, Cephas
Maycock, Reynold Lockhart,
Austin Hepburn, Demison Nes-
bitt, Burnell Hepburn, Cresval
Wilson, Sydney Bridgewater,
Arnot Wallace, Napier Arm-
hrister. James Wallace and
Lloyd Wilson.
RUM CAY
Port Nelson
Cleveland Maycock and Reu-
ben Bain.
SAN SALVADOR
Cockburn Town
Stanley Fernander, Samuel









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Edgecombe, Herbert Fernander,
Fred Ward and Arnold Wil-
liams.
Victoria Hill North
Harold Arnett.
Reckley Hill
Joseph Williams.
United Estates
Lionel Storr, Charles Forbes
and Cornelius Wring.
Fortune Hill
Edward Black and Leon
Jones.
South Victoria Hill
Ernest Black.
Sugar Loaf
Wilfred Butler and Living-
stone Williams.
Allan's
George Storr, Isaiah Arnett
and Leon Whitfield.

No. 113 7th May, 1953.
Godfrey Kenneth Kelly, Bar-
rister-at-Law, has been Li-
censed to practise as a Notary
Public within' the Bahama Is-
lands.
M.P. 6635A.


No. 114 8th May, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of the following ap-
pointments to the General
Clerical Service to take effect
from the 1st April, 1953:-
Miss Margaret R. Lowe--
Clerk Grade IV.
Miss Jeanette V. Roberts --
Clerk Grade IV.
Miss Eunice F. Bethel -Clerk
Grade IV.
Miss Vernice Pinder-Clerk
Grade IV.
Miss Iris Bethel-Clerk Grade


Mrs. Sybil
Grade' IV.
Mrs. Jean
Grade IV.
Mr. Herbert
Clerk Grade IV.


Rodgers-Clerk

Antonio-Clerk

N. Franklin-


Mr. S. E. Ward-Clerk Gradp
TV.
Miss Thelma R. Brice-Clerk
Grade IV.
Mrs. Elaine Sands-C 1 erk
Grade IV.
Miss Edwina Malone-Clerk
Grade IV on probation.
Mrs. Dorothea Higgs-Clerk
Grade IV on probation.
Mr Charles B. Sands-Clerk
Grade IV on probation.
Mr. Alfred C. Williams-


Clerk Grade IV on probation
M.P. Conf. 564.

No. 115 8th May, 1953.
In exercise of the powers
conferred upon him by Regu-
lation 3 of the Street Nuisance
Prohibition Regulations, 1928,
His Excellency the Governor
hereby directs that those Re-
gulations shall not apply dur-
ing the hours from 6:00 p.m
to 9:00 p.m. on Friday the 12th
June. 1953.
M.P. 12238/2.


No. 116 8th May, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
been informed by the Right
Honourable the Secretary of
State for the Colonies that Her
Majesty the Queen will not be
advised to exercise Her Power
of Disallowance with respect
to the following Act of the
Legislature of the Bahama Is-
lands:-
No. 6 of 1953-Vacation Vill-
age, Grand Bahama (Rehabi-
litation, Remodelhng and Re-
Opening) Amendment Act,
1953
M.P. 14441.


No. 117 8th May, 1953.
It is hereby notified that the
undermentioned day will be
observed as a Public Holiday
under Section 3 of the Public
Holidays Act 1938 (Chapter
15):-
25th May Whit Monday.
The foregoing notices number-
ed 109 to 117 are published by
command.
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 10842.


Service For Commonwealth
SYouth
It is announced that ar-
rangements have been made
for a special Service for Com-
monwealth Youth to be held in
Westminster Abbey at 3:00
p.m. on Sunday, 7th June. A
Commonwealth Youth Confer-
ence (June 9th-10th) and Ball
(June 16th) will also be held at
the Borough of Holburn Club,
Northington Street, W.C.I. The
Conference will be concerned










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


with practical methods and
problems of youth work in dif-
ferent parts of the Common-
wealth.
Any young people who will
be in England at the time and
require information about
these events should communi-
cate direct with the Secretary
of British National Committee
of the World Assembly of
Youth, 10, Stratford Road,
LONDON, W.8.
M.P. 145240.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

The Registry,
Supreme Court,
Nassau, Bahamas.
Probate Side
No. 74/1953.
In the estate of Emma Graetz
(also kno w n as Emmy
Graetz) late of the City,
County and State of New
York one of the United States
of America, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
after the expiration of four-
teen days from the date hereof
application will be made to the
Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands on its Probate Side by
the Honourable A. Kenneth
Solomon, Esquire, Q.C., Attor-
ney-at-Law, Attorney for Her-
bert George Graetz Executor of
the will of the said Emma
Graetz (also known as Emmy
Graetz) for sealing of Probate
of the said Will, granted to
Herbert George Graetz by the
Honourable George Franken-
thaler, a Surrogate of the Sur-
rogate's Court in and for the
said County of New York on
the 26th November, 1952.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Actg. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
4th May, 1953.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 75/1953.
WHEREAS Irene Ingraham,
of Nassau, in the Island of New
Providence, Widow, has made
application to the Chief Jus-
tice of the Supreme Court of
the Bahama Islands for letters
of Administration with the
Will annexed, of the real and
personal estates of John In-


graham, late of Miami, Florida,
United States of America, de-
ceased.
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.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Actg. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
4th May, 1953.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P..
Bahamas.
5th May, 1953.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT

Trade Mark No. 1053
Class 47

I hereby give notice that the
registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Thomas
Hedley & Co., Limited, Phoenix
Buildings, Collingwood Street,
Newcastle-o n-Tyne, England,
registered on the 5th day of
May, 1939, has been renewed as
and from the 5th day of May,
1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Actg. Registrar.

Registrar General's Office.
Nassau,
7th May, 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 opposi-
tion, a fee of 1 is payable in
respect of each application op-
posed.
CLASS 38
2312
Astart6
Application No. 2312, in respect
of Stockings.
Applicants :-British American
Hosiery Company, Limited
having a place of business at
124 St. Vincent Street, Glas-
gow, Scotland, Manufactur-
ers, who claim to be the pro-
prietors of the above mark.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
R. Newton Higgs, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau Bahamas.
Date of Application:-6th
May, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Actg. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
7th May, 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 opposi-
tion, a fee of 1 Is payable in
respect of each application op-
posed.
CLASS 50
2313


BARTREV

Application No. 2313, in respect
of Building Board.
Applicants :-Bartrev Limited
having a place of business at
324 Bay Street, Nassau, Ba-
hamas, Merchants who claim
to be the proprietors of the
above mark..
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
R. Newton Higgs, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau Bahamas.
Date of Application:-7th
May, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Actg. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau.
7th May, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that
any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any
M a r k 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
respect of each application op-
posed.
CLASS 6
2314

BARTREV

Application No. 2314, in respect
of "Machinery for the pre-
paration of board making
material, board making ma-
chinery and machinery for
the heat treatment of boaid
making material".
Applicants: Bartrev Limited
having a place of business at
324 Bay Street, Nassau, Ba-
hamas, Merchants who claim
to be the proprietors of the
above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
R. Newton Higgs, Esq., o!
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau Bahamas.
Date of Application:-7tb
May. 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Actg. Registrar General.


NOTICE


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
7th May, 1953
A Specification having been
filed in this Office under The
Patent Act by Harry P. Sands,
Esquire, Attorney for Messrs
Neil Hendry and John Green,
Chemists and Pamela Margaret
Bruce Oliphant or Menzies. ex-
ecutrix of the late Alastair
James Menzies, of Dunechi
House, Dunecht, Aberdeenshire,
Scotland, 1 Hopetoun Green.
Buc k s b u r n, Aberdeenshire,
Scotland, and Dalhousie Lodge.
Edzell, Angus, Scotland, respec-
tively, all of British national-
ity, for an invention in respect
of "Treatment of Fermented
Liquors or Distillates", Letters
Patent have been granted to
the said Neil Hendry, John
Green and Pamela Margaret
Bruce Oliphant or Menzies, in
accordance with the provisions
of The Patent Act.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Actg. Registrar General.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 137

NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

THE SHOP LICENCES ACT 1933.

NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Au-
thority for the Island of New Providence will be held at the
Magistrate's Court, on Thursday, the 14th day of May, 1953, at
4:30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers
of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of


the licences specified


Name and Address
of the Applicant


1. Huel Ferguson,
Nassau Bahamas.


2. Myrtis Darville,
Nassau Bahamas.

3. Barbara
Brennen,
Nassau Bahamas.:


4. Madge Cash,
Nassau Bahamas:




5. Harold Stuart,
Nassau Bahamas.


6. Charles
Johnson,
Nassau Bahamas.


7. Raney Albury,
Nassau Bahamas.



8. Walter Hudson,
Nassau Bahamas.



9. Charles M. Fox,
Nassau Bahamas.


10. John N. Davis,
Nassau Bahamas;




11. Alexander
McCartney,
Nassau Bahamas.


below.
LICENCES.
Description of
Licence


Notions and


Notions and
Cool Drinks


Groceries


Groceries,
Notions and
Cool Drinks


Retail Groceries
and Notions




Dry Goods and
Novelties


Confectionery
stand



Grocery, Fruit
and Ice cream



Soft drinks and
sandwiches



General Shop
Licence


Cool Drinks





Cool Drinks
stand


Description of
Premises


One storey wooden
building situate East
St. South and Gibbs
Corner.
One storey wooden
building at McCul-
lough Corner.
One storey stone
building situate
Pinedale Road 500
ft. south of Wulff
Road.
One storey stone
building shingled
roof situate imme-
diately south Hotel
H e n r y, Chipping-
ham.
One storey stone
building situate
south side Marlbo-
rough St. N.P.
One wooden shop
situate corner of
Martin St. and Blue
Hill Road opposite
Curry's Restaurant.
One storey wooden
building situate
eastern side Mackey
St. near Twynam
Ave.
One storey wooden
building situate
Fleming St. between
Farm Road and Blue
Hill Road.
A stone building sit-
uate on East Street
(owned by F. A.
Hutchinson).
One storey stone
building situate
Johnson Road on
premises known as
Smith's chicken
Farm.
One storey wooden
building situate East
St. near Hastings
Clubs.











138 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


TRANSFERS

Name and Address IDescription of Name of Licensee
of the Applicant Licence and the Premises


12. W. H Sands, Textiles


Nassau, Bahamas,
Argyll Store.

13. Harcourt Pratt,
Nassau, Bahamas,
West St. South.


14. Pearline
Pinder,
Nassau Bahamas.

15. Alvene Virginia
Thompson,
Nassau Bahamas.






16. Ida Minns,
Nassau Bahamas.

17. Donald
Knowles,
Nassau Bahamas.'


18. Ralph Dorsett,
Nassau Bahamas.'

19. Jas P. B.
McDonald,
Nassau Bahamas.,
20. Reuben A. B.
Hamilton,
Nassau Bahamas.'




21. Leroy Walton
Young,
Nassau Bahamas.


22. Leroy Walton
Young,
Nassau Bahamas:


23. Savaleta
Pinder,
Nassau Bahamas.


Retail Groceries


Cool Drink
stand


Meats and
Groceries







Retail Groceries


Light Lunches




Notions, Fruits
and Vegetables

General
merchandise

Electrical
appliances (Sale
and Repair)
Sweets, Soda
Water,
Cigarettes,
Kerosene Oil
General Repairs
and Sales
Bicycles


Dry Goods and
Notions



Groceries


W. H. Sands. Oakes
building between
Union St. and Vict.
Ave.
Harcourt Pratt.
Meadows St. opp.
Gospel Hall, one
storey wooden build-
ing.

One storey wooden
building situate East
St. against Hasting's
Club.
The western room of
a one storey stone
building situate on
the western side of
Dunmore Lane near
Kemp's Road and
Evans St. Eastern
District, N.P.
One storey wooden
building situate Red
Lion Bar corner.
One storey stone
building situate East
St. South of Burial
Ground corner near
Food Store.
One storey stone
building Shirley St
east of Okra Hill.
One storey stucco
building situate East
St. South
Two storey stone
building Meadows
St. about 100 yds.
west of Blue Hill Rd.
right side of road.


One storey
building
Market St.


wooden
situate
South


just below Meeres
Theatre.
One storey wooden
building situate
Market St. South,
just below Meeres
Theatre.
One storey wooden
building situate
western side of Ca-
naan Lane opp.
Styles work shop.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE 13


24. Cailender
Roberts,
Nassau Bahamas.



25. C. Haynes
Dorsett,
Nassau Bahamas.



26. Pearl
Thompson
Donathan,
Nassau Bahamas.,




27. Eugene Antonio
Thompson,
Nassau Bahamas.:

28. Iris Edonia
Knowles,
Nassau Bahamas.

29. Henry C.
Lightbourn,
Nassau Bahamas.

30. F. S. Newton,
Nassau Bahamas.


Dry Goods and
Notions




Fruits
Vegetables and
Notions



Drugs and
Notions







Radio and
Electrical
Appliance
Repairs Sales
Food, Ices, Milk,
Confectionery
and Tobacco

Light
Refreshments,
Notions Sundries

Retail Groceries


One wooden build-
Ing situate in Coco-
nut Grove east of
Conch Shell Club on
Coconut Grove Bou-
levard.
One storey wooden
building situate in
Coconut Grove east
of Conch Shell Club
on Coconut Grove
Boulevard.
The lower floor of a
two storey stone
building situate on
the west side of
Union St. in the City
of Nassau in the Is-
land of Ne w Provi-
dence.
Two storey stone
building situate near
Jockey Club.

One storey wooden
building situate East
St. South, near the
Cinema.
One storey wooden
building situate Bay
St. opp. Symonettes'
Shipyards.
Two storey stone
building situate on
the eastern side of
Market St. two doors
south of Vesey St.
known as Eneas
Building.


Dated at Nassau the 7th day of May, 1953.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY



THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACT 1938

NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Au-
thority for the Island of New Providence will be held at the
Magistrate's Court, on Thursday, the 14th day of May, 1953, at
4:30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers
of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of
the licences specified below.

LICENCES.

Name and Address I Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


1. Lemuel
Longley,
Nassau Bahamas.'


2. James Moses,
Nassau Bahamas.!



3. Emma Johnson,
Nassau Bahamas.




4. Vernal
Roosevelt Lee,
Nassau Bahamas,'


5. James Moses,
Nassau Bahamas.,



6. Hubert Achiel
Smith,
Nassau Bahamas.




7. peI-lo-
Toogood,
Nassau Bahamas.


8. Melvin J.
Cunningham,
Nassau Bahamas:


Wholesale


Hotel




Restaurant





Restaurant




Music and
Dancing



Proprietary






Proprietary




Wholesale


One storey wooden
building situate
southern side Chip-
pingham near Hotel
Henry.
Four storey stone
building situate on
th e western side of
Union St. on the
water front.
One storey stone
building situate on
the western side of
East St. South near
Eneas Jumper -orn-
er.
Bottom floor of a
two storey building,
situated East Bay St
near Bethell-Roh-
ertson.
A four storey stone
building situate on
the western side of
Union St. on the
water front.
One storey stone
building situate on
the Corner of Palm-
tree Avenue and "H"
St., in a sub-division
known as Coconut
Grove off East St.
One storey stone
building situate
Base Road, known
as "The Cat and th:
Fiddle".
One storey stone
building (only stone
building in area)
situate on Young St.
near Market St. on
south side of Road.


Dated at Nassau the 7th day of May, 1953.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs