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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU JULY 13, 1953 28


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 170 7th July, 1953.
The attached despatch which
has been received from the
Secretary of State regarding
the Colonial Contingent at the
Coronation is released for pub-
lication.
By Command.
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown.
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 14524 M.


C.O. Ref: COR 55/68/01
DESPATCH
CIRCULAR 588/53
THE CHURCH HOUSE,
GREAT SMITH STREET,
LONDON, S.W.I
27th June, 1953.
Sir,
CORONATION
COLONIAL CONTINGENT

It is with great pleasure that
I have to .inform you of the
excellent impression which
was made by all ranks of the
Colonial Contingent on the day1
of Her Majesty's Coronation
As in 1937, the Contingent led
the Procession in the return
journey from Westminster Ab--
bey to Buckingham Palace and,
in spite of the weather, its fine
soldierly bearing won the ac-
clamation of the spectators and
most favourable comment in
the Press. Eight mounted of-
ficers drawn from the Contin-
9',


gent had the honour of forming
the Queen's Colonial Escort
during the journeys to and
from the Abbey.
On the 3rd June the officers
and other ranks of the Con-
tingent were presented with
the Coronation Medal by the
Queen at Buckingham Palace.
After the presentation the
Contingent marched past Her
Majesty.
On the following day the
Contingent assisted in the cere-
mony of laying wreaths on the
Cenotaph. A wreath was laid
on behalf of the Contingent by
the Commanding Officer. At
the conclusion of this ceremony
the Contingent marched to the
Foreign Office Quadrangle
where I had the honour and
pleasure of inspecting it.
On the 6th June the Contin-
gent took part in a Ceremonial
Parade through the City of
Birmingham and I have re-
ceived a letter from the Lord
Mayor expressing his thanks
and pleasure at the part played
by the Contingent in this Pa-
rade and commenting on its
excellent bearing. The Contin-
gent was enthusiastically re-
ceived by the spectators who
were estimated to number 200.-
000.
I am proud to know that the
Armed Forces of the territories
for which I am responsible
were represented by such a
fine body of men and I sin-
cerely hope that all ranks of
the Contingent thoroughly en-


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194 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


joyed their stay in this coun-
try.
I have the honour to be.
Sir.
Your most obedient,
humble servant,
(Sgd.) OLIVER LYTTELTON.

Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 171 7th July, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice given
under The Acquisition of Land
Act (Ch. 265) is published for
general information.
By Command,
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 14556

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 re-
quired for a public purpose
NOW THEREFORE, it is here-
by notified that it is the in-
tention 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 Kingdom
of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland and the Government of
the United States of America
concerning a Long Range Prov-
ing 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 land and the
amount and particulars of their
claim to compensation for such
interests.
SCHEDULE
All that tract of land, com-
prising a right-of-way for a
Public Road 50 feet wide. situ-
ate in the area between Kemp's
Point and Holmes Rocks on the
island of Eleuthera, Colony of
the Bahamas. as outlined on a
Map File No. F53A13254 on re-
cord in the Crown Lands Office.


the boundaries of which trace
commence at the centre of P.
brass disc set in concrete,
which marks the point of in-
tersection of the southwestern
side of the Main Public Road
to Governor's Harbour with the
northwestern boundary line of
the tract of 45.5 acres origin-
ally granted to Z. Thompson
and others (see record in Book
G2 page 118 of the Crown Lands
Office) but now said to be in
the possession of R.T. Sym-
nnette, and extend thence along
a portion of the said north-
western boundary line of the
45.5 acres originally granted to
Z. Thompson and others (which
is also the southeastern bound-
ary line of land claimed by one
Samuel Johnson) North 30 de-
grees 09 minutes East 57.45
feet, thence through the said
land claimed by Samuel John-
son with the following 5
courses:
SNorth 29 degrees 29 minutes
West 420.62 feet thence
North 5 degrees 08 minutes
West 796.92 feet, thence
North 35 degrees 09 minutes
West 939.41 feet, thence
North 65 degrees 10 minutes
West 802.12 feet, thence
North 35 degrees 12 minutes
West 1164.53 feet to a point on
the common boundary line be-
tween the said land claimed
by Samuel Johnson and the
land claimed by Rufus John-
son and other heirs of London
Johnson, thence continuing
through the said land claimed
by Rufus Johnson and other
heirs of London Johnson North
35 degrees 12 minutes West
3195.70 feet to a point on the
common boundary line between
the said land claimed by Rufus
Johnson and other heirs of Lon-
don Johnson and the land saia
to be claimed by the heirs of July
Johnson. thence continuing
through the said land claimed
by the heirs of July Johnson
North 35 degrees 12 minutes
West 1384.99 feet, thence along
an 8 degrees 48.9 minutes curve
to the left for a distance of
261.42 feet to a point on the
northeastern boundary of a
tract of 307.60 acres, known as
the L.R.P.G. Airstrip site, thence
along the north-eastern bound-
ary of the said tract of 307.60
acres known as the L.R.P.G.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 195


Airstrip Site by the following
7 courses:-
South 35 degrees 12 minutes
East 1639.95 feet to a point on
the common boundary line be-
tween said land claimed by the
heirs of July Johnson and said
land claimed by Rufus Johnson
and other heirs of London
Johnson, thence continuing
South 35 degrees 12 minutes
East 3211.5 feet to a point on
the common boundary line be-
tween said land claimed by
Rufus Johnson and other heirs
of London Johnson and said
land claimed by Samuel John-
son. thence continuing
South 35 degrees 12 minutes
East 1162.1 feet, thence
South 65 degrees 10 minutes
East 802.1 feet, thence
South 35 degrees 09 minutes
East 912.6 feet, thence
South 5 degrees 08 minutes
East 794.3 feet thence
South 29 degrees 29 minutes
East 460.7 feet back to the point
of commencement, which point
also marks the most southerly
corner of the said northeastern
boundary of the L.R.P.G. Air-
strip Site, and containing 10.20
acres, more or less.
Dated the 7th day of July.
1953.
Colonial Secretary.

No. 172 7th July, 1953.
It is hereby notified that
copies of The Colonial Air
Navigation (Amendment) Or-
der, 1953, which came into
operation on the 1st of June.
1953 may be purchased from the
Secretariat.
2. This Order relates, among
other matters, to loading in-
structions, Operations Manuals,
the compliance with minimum
weather conditions by operators
of public transport aircraft
and the carriage of dangerous
goods in aircraft.
M.P. 9841/III.

No. 173 7th July, 1953.
It is hereby notified that
copies of The Colonial Civil
Aviation (Application of Act)
(Amendment) Order, 1953,
which came into force on the
30th of June, 1953 may be pur-
chased from the Secretariat.
2. This Order amends the
Colonial Civil Aviation (Appli-
cation of Act) Order, 1952, so as


to provide that the powers to
make regulations for the licens-
ing of air transport and com-
mercial flying under section 13
of the Civil Aviation Act, 1949,
shall not apply to the East
African and West African Ter-
ritories
M.P. 12678,III

No. 174 8th July, 1953.
The sub-joined Sanction is-
sued under the Ships and Air-
craft (Transfer Restriction)
Act 1939 is published for gen-
eral information.
By Command,
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 11876 A/5.

SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT
(TRANSFER RESTRICTION)
ACT, 1939
General Sanction for the
Transfer of Certain Ships
The Governor in exercise of
the authority delegated to him
by the Minister of Transport
of the powers under Section
1(1) of the Ships and Aircraft
(Transfer Restriction) Act 1939
(hereinafter referred to as "The
Act") and in exercise of all
other powers enabling him in
that behalf and with the con-
currence of the Secretary or
State for the Colonies HEREBY
GIVES his Sanction subject as
is herein provided and for the
purposes only of Section 1(1)
of the said Act to the transfer
of any ship to which the said
Act applies or any share in any
such ship, and to the mortgage
of any such ship or any share
therein, and to the transfer of
a mortgage of any such ship
or share, provided that the
ship:
(1) does not exceed 15 tons
burden and is employed
solely in navigation in
the waters of the Ba-
namas, and
(2) is not registered under
the provisions of The
Merchant Shipping Act,
1894.
This Sanction shall be deem-
ed to have had effect as from
the 1st day of December, 1945.
Dated the 4th day of July,
1953.
(Sgd.) ROBERT NEVILLE,
Governor.











196 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


No. 175 8th July, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of Miss Stella Laura
Symonette, Clerk Grade IV on
probation, being confirmed in
her appointment with effect
from the 1st May, 1953.
MP. P. 600.

No. 176 llth July, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency, the Governor has
approved of the appointment
of Mr. Cyril Goodwin Archer,
Public School Teacher, to the
post of Commissioner Grade
III, on probation, with effect
from the llth July, 1953.
M.P. P. 712.

No. 177 llth July, 1953.
The sub-joined Declaration of
Vesting under The Acquisition
of Land Act Chapter 265 is
published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 12882/II.
DECLARATION OF VESTING
Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND
(ACT (CHAPTER 265)
WHEREAS as notified by No-
tice No. 150 dated the 19th
June, 1953, and published in
the Official Gazette dated the
22nd June, 1953, the land de-
scribed in the schedule hereto
has been duly appropriated by
the Governor in Council, the
promoters, under the Acquisi-
tion of Land Act,
AND WHEREAS I, Anthony
Geoffey Hopwood Gardner-
Brown have been appointed the
agent of the promoters for the
purpose of Section 36 of the
said Act NOW THEREFORE I
do hereby declare that the land
described in the Schedule
hereto has been vested in the
promoters under the provisions
of Section 18 of the Said Act.
Nassau, 9th July, 1953.
(Sgd.) A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
SCHEDULE
All that lot piece or parcel of
land situated at James Cistern
in the Island of Eleuthera,
square in shape, lying to tha
East of the Public School lot at
present owned by the Board of
Education, the Northern bound-
ary being continuous with that
of the said Public School lot,
and running therefrom a dis-


tance of 100 feet; the Western
boundary lying along the East-
prn boundary of the said Public
School lot and running thereon
a distance of 100 feet; the
Southern boundary being 100
feet long and the Eastern
boundary also measuring 100
feet; the whole comprising one
task or approximately on
quarter of an acre more or less.
No. 178 llth July, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice of Pos-
session given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act Chapter 265
is published for general infor-
mation.
M.P. 14733.
NOTICE OF POSSESSION
given under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND
ACT (Chapter 265).
WHEREAS by Notice No. 135
dated the 26th May, 1953, and
published in the Official Ga-
zette dated the 1st June, 1953,
the Governor in Council de-
clared that it was his intention
to acquire the land described
in the Schedule hereto. AND
WHEREAS a claim for compen-
sation has been lodged by
Stanley A. Knowles with the
Colonial Secretary for the said
land NOW THEREFORE, it is
hereby notified that the select-
ed land has been appropriated
by the Governor in Council for
the purpose mentioned in the
said notice with effect from the
date of this notice.
Dated the 9th day of July.
1953.
(Sgd.) A. G. H. Gardner-Brown.
Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or par-
cel of land situated in Simms
Long Island and more particu-
larly described as follows:-
All that lot of land bounded
on the North East (200 ft.) by
the Public Road; on the South
East (210 ft.) by 100 ft. of pro-
perty owned by the Anglican
Church and by 110 ft. .f prm-
oerti, owned by the Estate of
U. T. Knowles and on the North
West (210 ft.) by the Estate of
U. T. Knowles.
The foregoing notices num-
bered 170 to 178 are published
by Command.
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE 19


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

Registrar General's Office.
Nassau,
6th July, 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 2 is payable in
respect of each application op-
posed
CLASS 45
2329






~n~~R


Application No. 2329. in respect
of Cigarettes & Tobacco pro-
ducts.
Applicants:-Philip Morris &
Co. Ltd., Incorporated, a cor-
poration organized under the
laws of the State of Virginia.
and carrying on business at
100 Park Avenue, New York.
State of New York, Uniterd
States of America, Manufac-
turers, trading as Philip
Morris & Co. Ltd., Incor-
porated who claim to be thp
proprietors of the abovw
mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:.
Harry P. Sands, Esq.. of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau. Bahamas.
Date of Application:-2nd
July, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office.
Nassau.
6th July, 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 2 is payable in
respect of each application op-
posed.
CLASS 50


Application No. 2331, in respect
of Yarns and threads of all
kinds not included in other
Classes.
Applicants:-J. & P. Coats,
Limited having a place of
business at Ferguslie Thread
Works, Paisley, Scotland,
Manufacturers and Merchants
who claim to be the Proprie-
tors 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:-3rd
July, 1953.

JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
6th July, 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 2 is payable in










98 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


respect
posed.

2332


of each application op-

CLASS 50

TRADE


MARK
Application No. 2332, in respect
of Yarns and threads of all
kinds not included in other
Classes.
Applicants:-J. & P. Coats.
Limited having a place of
business at Ferguslie Thread
Works, Paisley. Scotland,
Manufacturers and Merchant!
who claim to be the Proprie.
tors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Addresi
for service in the Bahamas:-
R. Newton Higgs, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:-3rd
July, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 117/1953.
WHEREAS Maude Albury, of
the Western District in the
Island of New Providence, Wi-
dow. has made application to
the Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the Bahama
Islands for letters of Adminis-
tration of the real and personal
estates of May Carmen Burke,
late of the Western District.
New Providence. divorcee, 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.
Ag. Registrar.
The Registry.
Supreme Court.
6th July, 1953.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 118/1953.
WHEREAS Cyril Bethell, of
the Southern District. New
Providence, has made applica-


tion to the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the Bahama
Islands for letters of Adminis-
tration of the real and personal
estates of Elizabeth Remilda
Bethell (formerly Grist) late
of the Southern District, New
Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of fourteen days
from the date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
7th July, 1953.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 119/1953.
WHEREAS Richard Herbert
Pinder, of the City of Nassau,
New Providence, Mariner, has
made application to the Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of
the Bahama Islands for letters
of Administration of the real
and personal estates of Richard
Alexander Pinder, late of Che-
rokee Sound in the Island of
Abaco, Bahamas, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expiration of twenty-eight days
from the date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court
7th July, 1953

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 121/1953.
WHEREAS Samuel Tucker, of
the Southern District, New Pro-
vidence, has made application
to the Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the Bahama
Islands for letters of Adminis-
tration of the real and personal
estates of Leah Tucker, late of
the Southern District, New Pro-
vidence, Married Woman, 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,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
9th July, 1953.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 199

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
7th July, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in
opposing the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may,
within one month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the
Registrar General's Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of
opposition, in duplicate, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule,
Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in re-
spect of each application opposed.
CLASS 45
2330.


*1--


CIGARETTES
Application No. 2330 in respect of manufactured cigarettes.
Applicants:-The Bahamas Tobacco Company, Limited having
its registered office situate at the Chambers of
Messrs. Higgs and Johnson, House of Myers, Bay
Street, Nassau, who claim to be the Proprietors
of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs Higgs and Johnson, House of Myers, Bay
Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:--2nd July, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
9th July, 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 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 3
2333


NEGADINE
Application No. 2333, in respect


of Pharmaceutical Prepara-
tions.
Applicants:-Charles E. Frosst
& Co. a corporation organized
under the laws of the Province
of Quebec, having its head
office and place of business
at 3571 3591 St. Antoine
Street, in the City of Mon-
treal, Province of Quebec and
Dominion of Canada, who
claim to be the proprietors
of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
A. P. Pritchard, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau, Bahaams.
Date of Application:-9th
July, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 122/1953.
WHEREAS Muriel B. Thomp-
son, of the Western District, in
the Island of New Providence,
has made application to the
Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands
for letters of Administration of
the real and personal estates
of Mary Rebecca Sands, late of
the City of Nassau, New Pro-
vidence, Married Woman, de-
ceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at tre
expiration of fourteen days
from tne date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
10th July, 1953.

Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas.
6th July, 1953.

INSPECTION OF CABS, DRAYS
AND CARTS.

Owners and Drivers of Horse
Cabs, Drays and Carts are in-
formed that an inspection of
all Horse Cabs and Horses, all
Drays and Horses, all Carts and
draught animals not already
Ilcenced for the current Quar-
ters will be held at FORT
CHARLOTTE on TUESDAY,
14th July, 1953 at 10 a.m.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police.

NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT
HET DEBENTURES 1952-66

Holders of Hospital. Electri-
city and Telephone Loan De-
bentures issued on 1st August,
1951. are notified that in ac-
cordance with the provisions
of the Loan Acts and the Pro-
spectus issued on 1st June, 1951.
from the Colonial Secretary's
Office, there will be on the 4th
August, 1953. a drawing by lot
of Debentures to be redeemed.
The amount of Debentures to
be drawn will be 28,300.
2. Any holder of tne abovo,
Debentures may be present at
the drawing which will be held


at the Public Treasury at 10:00
a.m. on the morning of the day
named above.
H. R. LATREILLE,
Receiver General
The Treasury,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas.
9th July, 1953


NOTICE

BAHAMAS
EXCHANGE CONTROL

June, 1953.
Statements of Receipts and
Expenditure of dollars for June,
1953
U.S. CURRENCY
Receipts 1,127,000
Expenditure 1,213,000

86,000

Dollars Purchased by Colony
$86,000.

CANADIAN CURRENCY
Receipts 27,000
Expenditure 208,000

181,000

Dollars Purchased by Colony
$181,000

SUMMARY
Total Dollars Purchased by
Colony June, 1953 $267,000
Total Dollars Sold by Colony
January to June, 1953 $4,080,-
000.
Total Dollars Sold by Colony
January to June, 1952 $4,-
000,000.
Total Dollars Sold by Colony
for Year 1952 $2.968,000.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Controller of Exchange.
8th July, 1953.

TENDER NOTICE

Civil Aviation Department.
Oakes International Airport,
Nassau, N.P.,
7th July, 1953.
Tenders are invited for the
purchase of a quantity of Her-
cules aircraft engines which
are now at Oakes Airport.
These engines are open for
inspection between the hours
of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Fridays and 9 a.m. to











OFFICIAL GAZETTE 201


12 noon on Saturdays and
may be seen on application to
the Maintenance Superinten-
dent whose office is located
near the entrance to the Main-
tenance Compound.
The engines may be tender.
ed for separately or in toto,
and must be removed from the
Airport Area by the purchaser
within 7 days from the date of
sale.
All tenders should be en-
clos-d in envelopes oroverly
P -led and marklld "Tender for
Aircraft Fniines". They should
be submitted to the office of
the Actg. Director of Civil
Aviation. Oab-es' Internat;nal
Airport, P. O. Box 975, Nas-
sau, not later than noon Sat-


urday, the 18th July, 1953.
The right is reserved to re-
ject any or all tenders.
H. H. THOMPSON,
Actg. Director of Civil
Aviation

ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES
COMMITTEE,
7th July, 1953

There will be a sale of Ja-
maican white sugar at the Im-
port Control Office on Thursday,
July 9th, 1953
The price is 3 per 112 lb bag,
and delivery will be made from
the m.v. "Noel Roberts" on
arrival.
A. K. COLE,
Director of Supplies.


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 16th day of July, 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 Descripition of
of the Applicant Licence


Descripition of
Premises


1. Sir Duncan
Cumming,
Agent for Higgs
& Hill Ltd.
Western
District, N.P.
2. Nellie Granger,
Nassau, N.P.


3. Harcourt
Alexander
Gomez,
Nassau, N.P.


Hotel





Restaurant



Wholesale


Dated at Nassau the 8th day of July,
CHARLES E. ALBURY,


A one storey prefa-
bricated building
situate Emera 1d
Beach.


Two storey stoni
building situate
East St., known as
"Shalimar".
One storey stone
building situate west
side of Lyon Road
Eastern District,
N.P.
1953.


Clerk to the Licensing Authority.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE


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 16th day of July, 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 Descripition of Descripition of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


1. Mildred Groceries
Edgecombe,
Nassau, N.P.


2. Maud Louise
Bethel,
Nassau, N.P.


3. Pearl Thompson
Donathan,
Nassau, N.P.


4. Jane Johnson,
Nassau, N.P


Retail Dry
Goods



Drugs, Notions
Sundries



Dry Goods


Dated at Nassau the 8th day of July,
CHARLES E. ALBURY,


One storey stone
building situate i n
alley running south-
west of the "South
Side Club" on Wulfl
Road
A one storey wooden
building situate
Cockburn St., south-
ern side of road near
YMCA building.
The lower floor of a
two stcrey stone
building situate on
the west side of East
St., near Food Store.
Two rooms top floor
Magnolia Building,
situate Bay St. and
Elizabeth Ave.
1953.


Clerk to .the Licensing Authority.


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