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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU OCTOBER 5, 1953. 40


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 274 29th September, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
been pleased to appoint Mr.
Leonard J. Knowles to be a
Justice of the Peace for the
whole Colony for a period of
eight days with effect from the
30th September, 1953.
M.P. 12069/II.
No. 275 29th September, 1953.
The sub-joined Order in
Council Made under The Mag-
istrates Act (Ch. 43) is pub-
lished for general infomatlon.
M.P. 10515
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE MAGISTRATES ACT.
(Ch. 43)

WHEREAS by section 10 of
the Magistrates Act the Gover-
nor in Council may by Order
in Council nominate any Jus-
tio3 of the Peace, and empower
him to try cases singly within
the limits of any district or
area to be defined by the Order
during the period to be speci-
fled in such Order:
NOW THEREFORE The Gov-
ernor in Council in exercise of
the powers vested in him by
the said section 10 of thi Mag-
istrates Act hereby nominates
Mr. Leonard Joseph Knowles,
Justice of the Peace to try
cases singly in the Island of
New Providence.


This Order shall come into
force on the Thirtieth day of
September, 1953, and shall ex-
pire on the Seventh day of Oc-
tober. 1953.
Ordered in Council this 29th
day of September, 1953.
PETER HASTING,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 276 30th September, 1953.
It is hereby notified that Mr.
Samuel B. Pinder, ras been ap-
pointed a Local Constable
Grade II at Governor's Har-
bour, Eleuthera, with effect
from the 1st October, 1953.
M.P. 12571/3.

No. 277 30th September, 1953.
Monday, the 12th October,
being Discovery Day, will be
observed as a Public Holiday
in accordance with Section 3
of the Public Holidays Act, 1938
(Ch. 15).
M.P. 10842.

No. 278 2nd October, 1953.
It is hereby notified that His
Excellency the Governor has
approved of the appointment
of Mr. Orls Stanley Russell,
B.S.A., M.Agr., to the Establish-
ed post of Senior Agricultural
Officer with affect from the
28th May, 1953.
The foregoing Notices num-
bered 274 to 278 are published
by command.
By Command,
A. G. H, Gardner- Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. P. 592.










!76 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 163/1953.
WHEREAS Priscilla Butler,
of Alice Town in the Island of
Bimini and presently residing
in the Southern District of
Ne w Providence, Married Wo-
man, has made application to
thr Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the Bahama
Islands for letters of Adminis-
tration of the real and personal
estates of Vincent Rolle, later
of Alice Town, Bimini, Carpen-
ter, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
such application will be heard
by th.? said Chief Justice at the
expiration of twenty-eight days
from the date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Ag. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
29th September, 1953.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side


No. 164/1953.

WHEREAS Julia Elizabeth
Thompson, of the Southern Dis-
trict, 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 Thomas Al-
bury. late of the Southern Dis-
trict, New Provid-nce, Labour-
Fr, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby givsn that
such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at th.,
expiration of fourteen days
from the date hereof.

N. C. ROBERTS,
Ag. Registrar.

The Registry,
Supreme Court.
30th September, 1953


NOTICE

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
30th Septembcr, 1953.
NOTICE is h.reby given that any person interested m 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 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.
respect of each application opposed.
CLASS 3
2350


Application No. 2350 in respect of PHARMACEUTICAL SUB-









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


STANCES AND PREPARATIONS, in the name
of CHARLES E. FROSST & CO., of 3571 3591
St. Antoine Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada,
who claim to be the Proprietors thereof.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
A. P. Pritchard, Esq., Chambers, Bay Street,
Nassau, New Providence.
Date of Application:- 30th day of September, 1953.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Ag. Registrar General.
M.P. 12257/VI.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas.
28th September, 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 will be held
as under:-
Cabs at FORT CHARLOTTE
at 10 a.m. Tuesday 6th Octo-
ber, 1953.
Drays and Carts at FORT
CHARLOTTE at 10 a.m. Wed-
nesday, 7th October, 1953.
Carts at FOX HILL at 10 a.m.
Thursday, 8th October, 1953.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police.
NOTICE

The public Board of Works,
N w Providenre, have authoris-
ed the following announce-
ment.
It is proposed to commence
the resurfacing of Bay Street
from George Struet to the Fort
Mor.tagu Beach Hotel at the
b ginning of November 1953.
The Public are notified that no
p rmits will be issued for sewer,
water, telephone or electricity
connections on Bay Street
which will necessitate the digg-
ing of trenches or excavations
in the new surface for a p 3riod
of 12 months after the compl3-
tion of the work. Any con-
nections which it is anticipated
will be required in the future
must therefore be made before
1st November 1953.
(Signed)
G. C. STUBBS,
Director of Public Works.
NOTICE
Owners of livestock and
horses are advised that any
animal found grazing on the
Fort Charlotte Grounds, Western


Esplanade, Oakes Field Park-
way, Christie Park, the Oakes
Memorial Park, or on any
other' Public Park will be im-
pounded. The costs of round-
ing up, transportation to the
Pound (S. P. C. A.,) impound-
ing fees, etc. will be subject to
remedy before the Magistrate.
By Order,
Public Bd. of Works.
Authority Bd. of Works rules
page (5), Section (5)c.
ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES
COMMITTEE
Nassau, N.P.
2nd October, 1953.
There will be a sale of Jamai-
can white sugar at the Import
control Office on Monday, 5th
October, 1953. The price is
3. 0. 0. per 112 1b. bag.
Deliveries will be made from
m.v. "Noel Roberts" upon ar-
rival.
A. K. COLE,
Director of Supplies.
LABOUR OFFICE
Family Allowances will be
Dald to dependents of recruited
workers at the Labour Office
during the week commencing
Monday 5th October as follows.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Monday A-E
Tuesday F-L
Wednesday M-R
Thursday 8-Z
HERMAN PYFROM.
Ag. Labour Officer,
Chief Medical Officer.
Nassau, Bahamas,
2nd October, 1953
Visit of Eye Specialist Dr.
Beam
All patients operated on by
Dr. Snyder during his last visit
in March, 1953, should report to
the Out Patient Denartment
Eye Clinic on Tuesday 6th Oc-
tober at 11 a.m
NORMAN M. MACLENNAN,
Chief Medical Officer.









278 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


THE GOVERNMENT HIGH
SCHOOL

The annual Entrance Exam-
ination for admission to The
Goverment High School will be
held on Saturday, the 31st of
October, 1953, beginning at 9
a.m. At the same time the ex-
amination will be held for the
award of New Providence
Scholarships, Out Island Scho-


later than the 10th of Oc-
tober. Pupils now attending
board Schools make their ap-
plication for entry through the
Heads of the schools they now
attend.
All pupils who wish to enter
The School in 1954 must take
this examination. Success at
any previous entrance exami-
nation does not qualify a pupil
for admission in 1954 nor will


larships and Studsnt Teacher there be any other examination
places during the year.
Pupils, now attending private No candidate can be admitt-
schools or under private tui- ed to the examination who
tion, who wish to enter the ex- will not have attained the age
amination for entrance or of 11 on the 31st of December,
scholarships should make ap- 1953
plication in person to the Head A. DEANS PEGGS,
Master of The High School not Head Master

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 15th day of October, 1953
at 4:30 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of granting licences (and
transfers of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of
*Le licences specified below.
LICENCES.
Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


1. Lilla M. Soft Drinks,
Sargent, Br ad and
Nassau, N.P. Pastries



2. Sylvia Freimark Retail Dry Goods
& Harold and Shoes
Hoffer,
Nassau, N.P.


3. O. M. Sawyer
Higgs,
Sears Addition.




4. Cynthia
Nguyen,
Farrington Road.




5. Carnetta Pratt,
Nassau, N.P.


Manufacturers
& Shop





Grocery and
Notions





Retail Grocery


One Storey Wooden
building situate on
Wulff Road between
Delaney Bros'. Ser-
vice Station and Wal-
kine's Barber Shop.
.Portion of ground
floor of a stone
building situate at
Bay Street (formerly
New Yorker Restau-
rant).
One two storey
wooden building,
bottom floor only to
be used, situate 1-ft
side Sear's Road op--
posite M'lk Stand,
Ssars Addition.
A stone building
12' x 18' with shin-
gled roof, corcr ete
floor, situate at Far-
rington Road below
the Canning Fac-
tory.
One storey stone
building situate
West Street, South,
Pole 37.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


8. Willis Charlow,
Nassau, N.P.



7. Arthur H.
Sands,
Nassau, N.P.

8. George C. B.
Moody,
Nassau, N.P.









9. Glenn R.
Rodgers,
Nassau, N.P.


Vegetables and
Cool Drinks



General, Baked
Goods and
Preserves

Dry Goods, Gifts,
Native Work,
Perfume, Notions,
Beach Wear,
Beach
Equipment,
Cigars, Cigarettes,
Magazines &
Newspapers,
Jewellery, China,
Crystal &
Silverware
Dry goods, Ladies
& Juvenile
wearing apparel,
Notions


One Storey Wooden
building situate at
the corner of Hospit-
al Lane and Mea-
dows Street.
One Storey Wooden
building situate on
Montrose Ave., Shir-
ley Heights, Nassau.
An area in the pre-
mises of the Nassau
Yacht Haven, East
Bay Street, Nassau.








Part of a two storey
stone building sit-
uate at the foot of
Shirley Heights Hill,
S ea r s Addition,
known as the Village
Store.


TRANSFERS
Name and Address Description of Name of Licensee
of the Applicant Licence and the Premises
10. Mary Lucille Shop premises re-
Holt, cently occupied by
Nassau, N.P General Equipment,
Ltd., and situate
near the eastern en-
trance to British
Colonial Hotel, Bay
Street, Nassau.
11. Victoria Taylor, Retail Groceries One Storev Wooden


Nassau, Bahamas.



12. Carl C.
Knowles,
Nassau, Bahamas.


13. W. E. Lowe,
Nassau, Bahamas.






14. Johnington
Rolle,
Nassau, Bahamas.


15. Roscoe Errol
Pinder.
Nassau, Bahamas.


Sodas,
Sandwiches,
Light Lunches


General Shop
Licence






Retail Groceries




Vegetables and
Fruit


building situate
Five Pound Lot near
Ingraham's Grocery
Store.
One Storey Wooden
building situate
East Bay Street near
Royal Service Sta-
tion.
The first floor of a
one storey building
situate Market St.
south of Deal' s
Printing Press,
known as Esfakis
Building,' owned by
Dr. Esfakis.
One storey stone
building on the east
side of Sears Addi-
tion Road near Gib-
son's Grocery.
One Storey Wooden
building situate
West Street next
shop to Seymour's
Grocery Shop.


279










280 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


16. Donovan 0.
Best,
Nassau, Bahamas.




17. Arthur Cyril
Moss,
Nassau, Bahamas.





18. Remilda Minus,
Nassau, Bahamas.



19. Alice Allen,
Nassau. Bahamas.


Soft Drinks, Ice
Cream
Confectionery




Department
Store Dry Goods
and Hardware





Cool Drinks




Petty Shop


A portable one room
building situate the
southwest corner of
the car park on
Charlotte Street op-
poste Queen's Col-
lbge.
The first floor of a
two storey stone
building known as
the offices of the
Church of God of
Prophecy, Inc. and
on the western side
of East Street, N.P.
A one storey stone
building situate
Nassau Street, South,
near Quarry Mission
School.
Part of the lower
floor of a two storey
stone building sit-
uate East Street,
South, opposite the
Gospel Hall known
as Dorsett Building.


TRANSFERS

Name and Address Description of Name of Licensee
of the Applicant Licence and the Premises
20. John R3tail Grocery John Micklewhite
Micklewhite, premises situate Ca-
Nassau, Bahamas. naan Lane off Shir-
ley Street. A one
storey wooden build-
ing.
21. Edmund Grocery & Cool On storey stone


22. Laura Sturrup,
Nassau, N.P.





23. George Evans,
Nassau, N.P.





24. Lemuel Eugene
Sawyer,
Nassau, N.P.


drink


Vegetables and
Cool drinks





General
M rchandise,
Gasoline,
Petroleum
Products


Dry goods.
Ready-made
dresses, w-aring
apparel
Accessories
and Perfume


building situate
Dameritte La n e,
East Street, South,
just beyond Mr. Roy-
al's grocery.
One room stone
building by itself
near Annex Church,
situate near Annex
Church near to M'ss
Meri- ney's b a r
room.
On ? storey stone
building situate on
the southern side of
Shirley Street in the
Eastern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
A portion of the
lower or ground floor
of a two storey stone
building situate on
the south side of
Bay Street immedi-
ately to the west of
Mr. E. L. Sawyer's
business premises.


Johnson,
Nassau, N.P.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


25. Idell Fines,
Nassau, N.P.




26. Katherine
Iphill,
Nassau, N.P.


27. Stanley W.
Bullard,
Nassau, N.P.



28. Jim Glico,
Nassau, N.P.






29. Eris Allan,
Nassau, N.P.





30. Robert H.
Lowe,
Nassau, N.P.


31. Robert H.
Lowe,
Nassau, N.P.
32. Solomon Ward,
Nassau, Bahamas.


33. Olive B.
Antonio,
Nassau, Bahamas.


34. Blanche
Edgecombs,
Nassau, Bahamas.


35. Cotronia L.
Smith,
Nassau. N.P.


Cool Drink
Stand




Grocery and
Notions



Refrigeration
Repair




Wholesale







Electrical &
Refrigeration
parts & repairs




Worn Clothing
& Second hand
Furniture


Second hand
furniture


One Storey Wooden
building situate at
the corner of Gibbs
Corner and East
Street in the said
Island.
One storey building
approximately 10' x
12' situate on Hay
Street, southern side
opposite Mr. Bell.
Two storey wooden
building, 1 room on
ground floor of said
building situate at
corner of Dorchester
and Virginia Streets.
One storey stone
building covered
with shingles situate
on the northern side
of Shirley Street in
the Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
Part of lower floor
of two storey stone
building (The Dor-
sett Building) sit-
uate East -Street,
south, opposite Gos-
pel Hall.
Stone building (Es-
tate of C. C. Smith)
situate East Street
opposite Police Bar.-
racks.
See above.


Fresh Meats One Storey Wooden
building situate The
Grove, near the
Conch Shell.
Dry Goods, One Storey Wooden
Novelties and bui 1ding situate
Confectionery western s'd of Au-
gusta Street, near
St. Mary's Church.
Petty Shop One Storey Wooden
building situate on
corner Blue Hill
Road and Panza
Corner.
Cool Drink A wooden building
Stand painted green size
12' x 14' with 3 doors
and 1 window sit-
uate two blocks west
of Primary School on
the corner of Wulff
Road a n d Smith
Lane.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


36. Gloria Munroe, Meat One storey building
Nassau, N.P. wooden, with screens,
situate corner of
Broom a n d East
Streets, Southern
District.
Dated at Nassau the 2nd day of October, 1953.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


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 Trae
Magistrate's Court on Thursday the 15th day of October, 1953
at 4:30 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of granting licences (and
transfers of licencss) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons havw applied for a grant of
the licences specified below.
LICENCES.

Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises
1. John Wholesale One Storev Wooden


Micklewhit3,
Nassau, Bahamas.


2. Jim Glico,
Nassau, Bahamas.



3. Naboth Stuart,
Nassau, Bahamas.



4. Hiram Newbold,
Nassau, Bahamas.



5. Anthony Ageeb,
Nassau, Bahamas.



6. H-rtv Bennett
Thompson,
Nassau, Bahamas.



7. Hiram Newbold;
Nassau, N.P.


building situate on
the southern side
Canaan Lane, N.P.


do One storey stone
building situate the
northern, side Shir-
ley Street in the
Eastern District.
do One Storey Wooden
building situate
Mackey Street corn-
er, near Brennen Oil
and Gas Co.
Restaurant and One storey stucco
Bar building situate
corner of East Street
and old En3as Jump-
er Corner.
Restaurant On storey stone
building situate Bay
Street between Dun-
more Lane and De--
veaux Street.
Wholesale On e storey stone
building situate on
the west side of
Hawkins Hill near
C. C. Richardson's
House.
Music & Dancing One storey stucco
building situate old
Eneas Jumper Corn-
er.


Dated at Nassau the 2nd day of October, 1953.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.




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