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CIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU NOVEMBER 23, 1953. 47


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office,
19 November, 1953.
No. 310.
It is hereby notified that Lo-
cal Constable Grade II Charles
Carey at Tarpum Bay, Eleu-
thera, has been promoted to
Local Constable Grade I with
effect from the 1st November,
1953.
M.P. 12571/3.

No. 311.
19th November, 1953.
TRAINING OF NURSES IN
UNITED KINGDOM

It is hereby notified for gen-
eral information that the Co-
lonial Office is prepared to give
all assistance possible to ap-
proved candidates for training
in the United Kingdom as
Nurses. Any would-be appli-
ca.ts are requested to apply
through the Chief Medical Of-
ficer. Applications, which will
be considered by a Committee
appointed by the Governor,
should be made approximately
nine months before the date
on which it is desired to em-
bark upon the training course.
For students from tropical and
subtropical zones the most
suitable time of entry, for cli-
matic reasons, is in the late
spring (April May).
2. In this connection the fol-
lowing information may be of
interest to possible applicants:


FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Student Nurses receive an
annual training grant of Two
Hundred Pounds (200. 0. 0.)
per annum, from which de-
ductions are made for board
and lodging (when accommo-
dation is provided at the hos-
pital) plus contributions to Na-
tional Insurance and Superan-
nuation Scheme. This leaves
the student approximately
Eighty Pounds (80. 0. 0.) per
annum net which allows little
or no margin for holidays or
savings towards return passage.
Private students should there-
fore be able to rely on an ad-
ditional Twenty-Five Pounds
(25. 0. 0 per annum allowance
from their parents or relatives
plus the cost of their return
passages.
LENGTH OF TRAINING.
The Course for General Nurs-
ing S.R.N. (State Registered
Nurse) is a minimum of
three years though some of the
Hospitals require students to
sign a four years contract.
Midwifery training S.C.M.
(State Certified Midwife) is
one year (divided into two
periods of 6 months each) if
taken after the S.R.N. Certifi-
cate has been obtained. If
midwifery is taken alone with-
out first obtaining the S.R.N.
Certificate, the course takes
two years, divided into two pe-
riods of 18 months and 6 months
respectively. The former course
is far more satisfactory, i.e.


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32 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


S.R.N. followed by one year for
S.C.M.
SPECIALISED HOSPITALS.
Having obtained her S.R.N.
Certificate there are other
specialised courses besides mid-
wifery which a nurse can take:
(a) Tuberculosis nursing -
one year
(b) Mental Nursing two
years
(c) Mental Defective Nursing
two years
(d) Orthopaedic Nursing -
one year
(e) District Nursing six
months
(f) Health Visitor Training
six months after com-
pleting the first period of
midwifery training.
Fever Hosiptals in the United
Kingdom do not deal with the
Tropical Fevers met with in
Colonial Territories and train-
ing in a Fever Hospital is not
recommended for Colonial
nurses.
Tf Mental Nursing is taken
as a specialised subject after ob-
taining State Registration, the
training lasts 2 years. If the
training is done in a Mental
Hospital in the first place, the
course lasts 3 years.
EDUCATION.
Since the improved terms of
service are now attracting more
and better educated girls from
the United Kingdom into the
Nursing Profession, Training
Hospitals are insisting on a
higher standard of education.
The Cambridge School Certifi-
cate is not obilgatory but it is
the standard expected by most
Hospitals from their Nurse
trainee's. It is appreciated
that this standard may not al-
ways have been reached by ap-
plicants who are otherwise well
qualified; in such cases the ab-
solute minimum educational
Qualification should be Junior
Cambridge plus two years of
training in a Government In-
stitution as teacher, local
nurse, midwife etc.
APPLICATION.
Should be made in the first
instance to the Chief Medical
Officer who will provide the
necessary forms, and any fur-
ther information necessary.
The foregoing Notices num-


bered 310 to 311 are published
by command.
F. M. NOAD,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 11796.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
17th November, 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 43
2367


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 333


Application No. 2367, in respect
of Beer.
Applicants:- Beck & Co., hav-
ing a place of business at AM
DEICH 49, BREMEN, GER-
MANY, Beer Manufacturers,
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: -- 17th
November, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 195/1953.
WHEREAS George Irwin Gib-
sor, of the Southern District,
New Providence, has made ap-
plication to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the
Bahama Islands for letters of
Administration of the real and
personal estates of Zephaniah
Gibson, late of the Southern
District, New Providence, Re-
tired Cook, 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,
Actg. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
17th November, 1953.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side


No. 183/1953.
WHEREAS Floyd Lester
Weech, of the Eastern Dis-
trict, New Providence, Clerk.
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 Charles Kenneth Weech, late
of the Eastern 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,
Actg. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
17th November, 1953.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
18th November, 1953.
It is hereby notified that in
accordance with section No. 22
of the General Assembly Elec-
tions Act 1946 the Revising Of-
ficer will hold an Annual Re-
vision of the Register of Voters
for each District of New Pro-
vidence, and will attend foi
that purpose in the respective
Polling Divisions at the follow-
ing times and places:-
SOUTHERN DISTRICT
Polling Division NO. 1
Wesley Hall, Blue Hill Road:
Tuesday, December 1st from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Polling Division NO. 2
Girls' Lydia Club, East Street,
South: Wednesday, December
2nd from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
EASTERN DISTRICT
Polling Division NO. 1
Eastern Preparatory School
East Shirley Street: Thursday,
December 3rd from 5 p.m. to
6 p.m.
Polling Division NO. 2
Eastern Senior School, Mac-
key Street: Friday, Decem-
ber 4th from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m
Polling Division NO. 3
Sandilands School, Fox Hill:
Monday, December 7th from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
WESTERN DISTRICT
Polling Division NO. 1
Western Preparatory School,
Nassau Street: Tuesday, De-
cember 8th from 5 p.m. to
6 p.m.
Polling Division NO. 2
Adelaide School, Suburb of
"Adelaide": Wednesday, De-
cember 9th from 5 p.m. to
6 p.m.
Polling Division NO. 3
Gambia School, Suburb of
"Gambia": Thursday, Decem-
ber 10th from 5 p.m. to 6
p.m.
CITY DISTRICT
Supreme Court Room: Fri-
day, December 11th from 5
p.m. to 6 p.m.









334 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Applicants for registration
are required to produce docu-
mentary evidence of their qua-
lifications.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Revising Officer.
Ag. Registrar General
The Registry, Supreme Court.
20th November, 1953.
NOTICE TO JURORS
Jurors serving during the
present Sessions of the Supreme
Court. except Special Jurors
empanelled in case
REGINA VS. G. E. BETHEL
now being tried, are hereby
notified that their attendance
will not be required until 10:00
a.m. on MONDAY, 30th Novem-
ber, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 198/1953.
WHEREAS Esther Thompson,
of the Southern 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 per-
sonal estates of Rupert Stanley
Thompson, late of Lewis Street
in the Southern District, New
Providence, Machinist, 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.
Ag. Registrar-
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
20th November, 1953.


NOTICE

The meeting of the Licensing
Authority which was to be held
on Thursday, 19th November.
has been postponed until Mon-
day, 23rd November at 4:30
o'clock.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas.
18th November. 1953.


TRAFFIC NOTICE


Opening Of The Legislature By
His Excellency The Acting
Governor, At 11:00 a.m. On
Thursday, 19th November, 1953.


BAY STREET between EAST
STREET and PARLIAMENT
STREET will be closed to Traf-
fic from 10:30 a.m. Thursday,
19th November, 1953, ur.til
after His Excellency the Acting
Governor has departed and
the Guard of Honour marched
off.
For the duration of this period
EAST STREET SLIP, EAST
S T R E E T, PARLIAMENT
STREET and SHIRLEY STREET
between EAST STREET and
PARLIAMENT STREET will be
open to two way Traffic.
West Bound Traffic will pro-
ceed by EAST STREET, SHIR-
LEY STREET and PARLIA-
MENT STREET to BAY
STREET.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 335

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 Mag-
istrate's Court on Thursday the 26th day of November, 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 the
licences specified below.

LICENCES.

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


46. Felix Johnson,
Cole's Lane.


47. Edgar R. Bain,
Nassau, Bahamas.




48. Philip George
Drover Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.




49. Julius Kingsley
Wilson,
Sears addition,
NJ

50. Percival Albury,
Sears Addition.




51. George Dean,
Tyler Street, N.P.





52. Susan Gilbert,
East Street, South,
N.P.


53. John Herbert
Bethell,
Nassau. N.P.


Hotel
(Renewal)


Hotel





Hotel






Hotel




General





General






General




General


A two storey stone
building situate Blue
Hill Road known as
The Zanzibar Hotel.
A two storey stone
building covered
with shingles situate
at East Street, South,
Southern Distric t,
N.P.
A two storey stone
building w i t h
shingled roof known
as the Shalimar
Hotel situate on East
Street in the
Southern District.
A two storey stone
building situate in
Sears Addition in the
Eastern District of
New Providence.
The bottom floor of
a two storey stone
building situate in
Hospital Lane ,
Southern District,
N.P.
The bottom floor of
a two storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate at
Lilly of the Valley
Corner, Southern
District, N.P.
A one storey stucco
building covered with
shingles situate Blue
Hill Road, Southern
District, N.P.
A one storey stone
" building known as
the Pelican Bar
situate at the South-
west corner of Lewis
Street and East
Str e et in the
Southern District,
N.P.








OFFICIAL GAZETTE


54. Geoffrey
Allardyce Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.





55. Geoffrey
Allardyce Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.







56. Geoffrey
Allardyce Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.





57. Geoffrey
Allardyce Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.




58. Geoffrey
Allardyce Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.







59. Kirkwood Roy
Higgs,
Nassau, N.P.






60. John Smith,
Nassau, N.P.




61. John Smith,
Nassau, N.P.


General







General









General







General






General









General








General





General


A one storey stone
building known as
Fox Hill Tavern
situate at the North
side of the Main
Road opposite Fox
Hill Parade, Fox Hill,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
the Jolly Sailor
situate at the East
s i d e of Deveaux
Street between Bay
an d Dowdesweil
Street, Eastern Dis-
trict, N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
SLittle Brown Jug
situate at South-
west corner of East
and Taylor Streets in
the Southern District
of N.P.
A one storey stone
building known sa
Red Lion Bar situate
at East side of Mar-
ket Street, South, in
the Southern District,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
Grant's Town Bar
situate at East side
of Blue Hill Road
(Grant's Town) on
the corner of Martin
Street in the
Southern District,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
Wulff Rdad Tavern
situate on t h e
Southwest corner of
Wulff Road and Mar-
ket Street in the
Southern District,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
"La Bodega" situate
at West side of Char-
lotte Street in the
City of Nassau.
A one storey stone
building known as
the Tea House Bar,
situate at East side
of West Street,
Southern District,
N.P.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


62. Philip George
Drover Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.




63. Philip George
Drover Bethell,





64. Charles Walter
Frederick Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.





65. Charles Walter
Frederick Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.





66. Charles Walter
Frederick Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.




67. J. N. Brennen,
Englerston, N.P.



68. Emma Jujnso,n
Young Street, N.P.


69. Samuel White.
Ross Corner, N.P.




7n. George Dean,
Tyler Street, N.P.




71. W. A. Weeks,
Meeting Street, N.P.



72. Christofilis
Brothers,
Nassau, N.P.


General






General






General







General







General






Restaurant




Restaurant



Restaurant





Restaurant





Wholesale




Wholesale


A one storey stone
building known as
Meadow's Street Bar
situate at the North-
ern side of Meadow's
Street in the South-
ern District, N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
"Old Cotton Tree"
situate at West side
of Blue Hill Road
in the Southern Dis-
trict, N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
Five Fathoms situate
West side of Bethell's
Bay lot and North of
Bay Street in the
Eastern District of
N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
the White Horse
Tavern situate at
West side of Market
Street, South, in the
Southern District of
N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
Old Plantations Inn
situate at North
side of East Shirley
Street in the Eastern
District of N.P.
A one storey stone
building situate East
side of Blue Hill
Road, Southern Dis-
trict, N.P.
A one storey stone
building situate East
Street, South, South-
ern District, N.P.
The second floor of a
three storey stone
building situate on
South side of Bay
Street, Eastern Dis-
trict, N.P.
A two storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate Wulff
Road, Eastern Dis-
trict, N.P.
The bottom floor of
a two storey stone
building situate at
corner of Marl-
borough and Cumber-
land Streets in N.P.
A one storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate Vir-
ginia Street Western
District, N.P.










OFFICIAL GAZETTi


73. Edgar R. Bain,
Blue Hill Road,
N.P.



74. Pau_ Outten
Nassau, N.P.



75. Geoffrey
Allardyce Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.








76. Kirkwood Roy
Higgs,
Nassau, N.P.




77. Philip George
Drover Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.






78. Philip George
Drover Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.




79. Frank
Brathwaite,
Augusta Street,
N.P.

80. William Alfred
Carey,
Nassau, N.P.


81. Vincent H.
Walkes,
Nassau, N.P.
82. Roy C. Arteaga,
Nassau, N.P.



83. Alfred Coakley
Nassau, N.P.


Wholesale





General




Wholesale










Wholesale


Wholesale


Wholesale






Wholesale




Wholesale




Wholesale


Wholesale




Wholesale


A one storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate at
Mason's Addition,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building situate New
Base Road and Hos-
pital Lane known as
the Grand Prize Bar.
The lower floor of a
two storey stone
building known as
the J. P. Sands pro-
perty called Trade
Winds, Ltd., situate
on the North side of
Bay Street on the
West side of Rawson's
Square in the City
of Nassau.
A one storey stone
building known as
Midway Tavern situ-
ate on the South
side of Wulff Road in
the Southern Dis-
trict, N.P.
A one storey stucco
building known as
Quarter Deck Store
situate on the South
side of Bay Street
between Christie and
Deveaux Street in
the Eastern District,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building known as
Savoy Grill situate
on the North side of
the Savoy Theatre
building in the City
of Nassau,
One storey stone
building situate at
Augusta S t r e e t
(South of South
Street).
A one store stucco
building situate on
the North-east cor-
ner of Shirley and
Mackey Streets.
A one storey stone
building situate in
Coconut Grove.
A one storey wooden
stucco building sit-
uate at corner of
Dunmore Lane and
Bay Street.
A one storey stone
building situate on
Blue Hill Road be-
tween Laird and
Peter Streets.


338










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


84. John Herbert
Bethell,
Nassau, N.P.



85. Robert Dillett,
Nassau, N.P.




86. Julius Kingsley
Wilson,
Nassau, N.P.


87. Samuel White,
Nassau, N.P.


88. Robert I.
Bartlett,
Nassau, N.P.




89. James Cooper, Jr.,
Nassau, N.P.




90. Edgar R. Bain,
Nassau, N.P.




91. Susan Gilbert,
Nassau, N.P.




92. Felix Johnson,
Nassau, N.P.


Wholesale





Music and
Dancing





Music and
Dancing


Music and
Dancing


Music and
Dancing





Music and
Dancing




Music and
Dancing




Music and
Dancing




Music and
Dancing


The lower floor of a
two storey stone
building known as
Kelly's Ltd., situate
at the North side of
Bay Street.
A two storey stone
building and prem-
ises situate on the
North side of Wulff
Road in the Eastern
District, N.P.
A two storey building
known as King's
Guest House situate
in Sears Addition,
N.P.
The second floor of
a three storey stone
building situate on
the South side of
Bay Street, N.P.
A one storey stucco
building covered
with shingles situate
at Johnson Road in
the Eastern District
of New Providence.
A one storey building
used as Bar and a
large outdoor patio
situate Base Road,
Southern District,
N.P.
The premises known
as the Silver Slipper
Hotel and Gardens
situate on the East
side of East Street,
South, N.P.
A one storey stucco
building covered with
shingles situate at
Blue Hill Road,
Southern District.
N.P.
The premises known
as The Zanzibar Ho-
tel and Night Club
situate at Blue Hill
Road, Southern Dis-
trict, N.P.


Dated at Nassau the 18th day of November, 1953.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.




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