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341


OFFICIAL GA


BAHAMAS


PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU NOVEMBER 30, 1953. 48


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 312 23rd November, 1953.
The sub-joined Ordc in
Council made under The Mag-
istrates Act (Ch. 43) is publish-
ed for general information.
M.P. 12069/II.

ORDER IN COUNCIL
made under
THE MAGISRATES ACT.
(Ch. 43).
WHEREAS by section 10 of
the Magistrates Act the Gov-
ernor in Council may by Order
in Council nominate any Jus-
tice of the Peace, and empower
him to try cases singly within
the limits of any district or area
to be defined by the Order dur-
ing the period to be specified
in such Order.
NOW THEREFORE the Gov-
ernor in Council in exercise of
the powers vested in him by
the said section 10 of the Magis-
trates Act hereby nominates
Mr. Ellis Boyd, Justice of the
Peace for the Northern Abaco
Cays, to try cases singly in the
Northern Abaco Cays.
This Order shall come into
force on the fifteenth day of
November, 1953, and shall ex-
pire on the fourteenth day of
November, 1954.
Ordered in Council this llth
day of November, 1953.
MARGARET de GREGORY.
Clerk to the Executive Council,


No. 313 27th November, 1953.
Tenders for submission to
the Governor-in-Council wuil
be received in this Office until
Noon, Saturday the 12th De-
cember, 1953, for the following
Printing Contracts:-
(a) the publication in a daily
newspaper of Government
and Departmentc? Notices
and Advertisements.
The tenderer should btate
the rate for one insertion and
for repeated insertions.
(b) the printing of a weekly
Gazette and Supplement,
the material for which
will be supplied each week
from this Office on a day
to be agreed upon with
the tenderer. The Ga-
gette will be in foolscap
size and the Supplement
containing subsidiary leg-
islation will be in pam-
phlet size. The tender
should cover the cost and
delivery of 300 copies to
this Office weekly on the
day of publication.
The tenderer should also
quote the rate per each addi-
tional 50 copies in excess of
300. Samples of paper to be
used should be submitted.
2. Persons tendering are re-
quired to submit with their
tenders the names of two eli-
gible persons who are willing
to become bound with them for
the due performance of the
work and who should also sign








OFFICIAL GAZETTE


and seal the tenders.
3. Tenders should be address-
ed to the "ACTING COLONIAL
SECRETARY" a n d marked
"TENDERS FOR PRINTING
OFFICIAL GAZETTE AND PUB-
LISHING GOVERNMENT NO-
TICES".
4. The right is reserved of
rejecting the whole or any of
the tenders.
The foregoing Notices num-
bered 312 and 313 are published
by command.
F. M. NOAD,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 8924.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau. N.P..
Bahamas.
24th November. 1953.

THE TRADE MARKS ACT

Trade Mark No. 512
Class 40
I hereby give notice that the
registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of The Dunlop
Rubber Company Ltd. of Fort
Dunlop, Erdington, Birming-
ham, in the County of Warwick,
England, registered on the 24tn
day of November, 1925, has been
renewed as and from the 24th
day of November. 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office.
Nassau. N.P..
Bahamas.
24th November. 1953

THE TRADE MARKS ACT


Trade Mark No. 513
Class 49
I hereby give notice that the
registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of The Dunlop
Rubber Company Ltd. of Fort
Dunlop, Erdington, Birming-
ham. in the County of Warwick.
England, registered on the 24th
day of November, 1925. has been'
renewed as and from the 24th
day of November, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Ofice,
Nassau, N.P.
Bahamas.
27th November, 1953.


THE TRADE MARKS ACT

Trade Mark No. 1077
Class 43
I hereby give notice that the
registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Glenforres
-lenlivet Distillery Co. Limited,
of Edradour Distillery, Pitlo-
chry, Perthshire, Scotland, reg-
istered on the 27th day of No-
vember, 1939, has been renewed
as and from the 27th day of
November, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
27th 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 8
2368

CINEMASCOPE






Application No. 2368, in respect
of "Motion picture films syn-
chronized with sound, and
camera lenses and projection
lenses".
Applicants: Twentieth Cen-
tury-Fox Film Corporation
having a place of business at
444 West 56th Street, New
York City, New York, U.S.A,
who claim to be the proprie-
tors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:--








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R. Newton Higgs, Esq., of
Chambers, Bay Street, Nas-
sau,-Bahamas.
Date of Application: 27th
November, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar.

PUBLIC BOARD OF
WORKS NASSAU

Applications are invited for
the post of PUBLIC GAR-
DENER in the Public Workv
Department. Salary 750 per
annum. The post is non-pen-
sionable and will be on proba-
tion in the first instance.
The duties of the post in-
clude the control and organi-
sation of labour concerned in
the upkeep of Public Parks
and Cemeteries, preparation of
landscaping designs for new
schemes and of the carrying
out of such works under the
supervision of the Director of
Public Works.
Candidates should app'; in
writing, giving full details of
age, qualifications and previous
experience, before 12th De-
cember 1953, marking the en-
velope, "Public Gardener" to
the Director of Public Works,
P. O. Box 156, Nassau.
G. C. STUBBS,
Director of Public Works

Electrical Department
Diesel Generating Sets &
Spares
0
For Sale By Tender
0
Tenders are invited for the
purchase of 2-175 KW.. 208
volt, 3 p h a s e, 60 Cycle
"Superior" Diesel Fngine CGen-
erating Sets, together with a
quantity of Spare Parts.
Arrangements for the "n-
spection of these engines and
snare narts may be made at
the Electrical Department's
Bay St. Office, where tenders in
sealed envelopes marked
"S"nerior Sets and Spares"
will be accepted by the under-
siened vn to 12 noon on S-*-
urdrv, 17th December, 1953.
The Electrical B'oard re.
serves the right to reject any
or all tenders.
(SDre.) A. KPNNrianY,
Director, Electrical Dept.


NOTICE

The office of Essential Sup-
plies (Import Control) will be
moved over the week end
from its present location in
Market Street to the upper
floor of the Big Four Building,
Bay Street.
There will be some unavoid-
able disruption of service on
Saturday, 28th, but the office
will be opened in the new
premises or Monday, Novem-
ber 30th.
The Telephone number
2938 will remain unchanged.
A .K. COLE,
Director of Supplies.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS
DEPARTMENT

26th November, 1953.
Sealed Tenders are called foi
a quantity (approx. 3 ton) oi
bare copper wire and salvaged
lead (approx. two tons).
Same may be seen at tht
Telecommunications sub-stores
building, Perpall Track, be--
tween 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mon-
days to Fridays.
Tenders must be received by
the undersigned on or before
December 7th, 1953.
The right is reserved to re-
ject any or all tenders.
K. R. INGRAHAM.
Director of Telecommunications

Civil Aviation Department,
Oakes International Airport,
Nassau, N.P.
28th November, 1953.

TENDER NOTICE

Tenders are invited for mak-
ing and repairing Airport Po-
lice and Crash Crew uniforms
for the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1954.
Pattern of the uniforms may
be seen at the Office of the Di-
rector of Civil Aviation, Oakes
International Airport between
the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday and
9 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday.
Persons submitting tenders
should be supported by two re-
sponsible sureties volunteering
to guarantee and be bound for
the fulfilment of the contract.








344 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


The sureties must sign the
tender.
Sealed envelopes addressed
to the Director of Civil Aviation
and marked "TENDER FOR
UNIFORM" should reach this
office not later than Monday.
14th December, 1.53.
The right is reserved to re-
lect any or all tenders.
H. H. THOMPSON,
Ag. Director -of Civil Aviation.

Civil Aviation Department,
Oakes International Airport,
Nassau, N.P
28th November, 1953.

TENDER NOTICE

Tenders are invited by the
Civil Aviation Department for
the supply of the following ma-
terials to be delivered during


the year ending 31st December.
1954:-
(1) Gasoline, Motor Oil and
Lubricants, etc.
(2) Kerosene
(3) Asphalt
Full particulars may be ob-
tained at the office of the Di-
rector of Civil Aviation be-
tween the hours of 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday through Thurs-
day, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday
and 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Sat-
urday.
Sealed envelopes addressed to
the Director of Civil Aviation
and marked "TENDER FOR
SUPPLIES" should reach the
Director's office not later than
Monday. 14th December, 1953.
The right is reserved to re-
tect any or all tenders.
H. H. THOMPSON,
Ag. Director of Civil Aviation.










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 Mag--
is.rate's Court on Thursday the third day of December, 1953, at
4:30 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of granting licences (and trans-
fers of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of
the licences specified below.


LICENCES.


Name and Address
of the Applicant


Description of
Licence


Description of
Premises


93. Emma Johnson,
Nassau, N.P.,



94. J. N. Brennen,
Englerston, N.P.



95. George Dean,
Tyler St., N.P.



96. Percival Albury,
Sears Addition



97. Percival Albury,
Sears Addition.



98. George Dean,
Tyler St., N.P.



99. James Moses.
Nassau, N.P.,



100. Henry Newell
Kelly,
Nassau, N.P.,


101. Cedric Douglas
Russell,
Nassau, N.P.,


Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)


A one storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate East
St. South, Southern
District, N.P.
A one storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate Blue
Hill Road, Southern
District, N.P.
The bottom floor of
a two storey stone
building situate at
Lilly of the Valley
Corner, N.P.
The bottom floor of
a two storey stone
building situate at
Hospital Lane, South-
ern District, N.P.
The top floor of a
two storey stone
building situate at
Hospital Lane. South-
ern District, N.P.
A two storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate
Wulff Road, Eastern
District, N.P.
The Royal Elizabeth
Hotel situate on the
waterfront on the
western side of Eli-
zabeth Avenue.
A building at Cable
Beach known as the
Bahamas Country
Club situate New
Providence.
A one storey stone
building, East Main
Airport Building sit-
uate Western Dis-
trict, N.P.


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346 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


102. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
Nassau, N.P.,


103. Frank A.
Dineen,
Nassau, N.P

!04. Henry Newell
Kelly,
Nassau, N.P
105. Patricia Lovett
Toothe,
Nassau, N.P


106. Fred Brown,
Nassau, N.P



107. Janet Megrew
Elcock,
Nassau, N.P

108. Sir Oliver Edwin
Simmonds,
Cable Beach, N.P.


109. Ortland H.
Bode,
Wulff Road, N.P.


110. Percival Albury,
Nassau, N.P

111. John Herbert
Bethell,
Nassau, N.P





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




113. James Cooper,
Jr.
Young Street, N.P.



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


Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)


Music and Dancing
(Renewal)

Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)


Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)

Proprietary Club
(Renewal)






Proprietary Club
(Renewal)






Proprietary Club
(Renewal)




Proprietary Club
(Renewal)


A three storey stone
building known as
Flamingo Hotel sit-
uate Bay Street,
Nassau, N.P.
A two storey stone
building known as
Bahamian Club sit-
uate New Providence.
The British Colonial
Hotel situate Nassau,
N.P.
A three storey stone
building known as
"Buena Vista" sit-
uate at Delancy and
Augusta Sts., N.P.
A one storey wooden
building situate Ki ig
St. in the Love and
Charity Lodge Hah,
N.P.
The Drake Hotel and
Annex buildings sit-
uate on West Bay
Street, N.P.
An outside dance
floor situate on the
premises known as
Balmoral, Cable
Beach, N.P.
A two storey stone
building situate at
Sandilands Village in
the Eastern District,
N.P.
The Southern Sport-
ing Club situate
Hospital Lane, N.P.
The west and north-
western parts of the
lower floor of the
Savoy Bldg. situate
on the north side of
Bay Street, Nassau,
N.P. The Pickwick
Club.
Rear of ore storey
stone building on
the south side of Bay
Street between Chris-
tie and Deveaux Sts.
in the Eastern Dis-
trict, N.P.
A one store build-
ing known as the Cat
and Fiddle Club sit-
uate Base R o a ,,
Southern District,
N.P.
The Johnson Road
Club situate Johnson
Road in the Eastern
District of N.P.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE


115. Robert Dillet,
Nassau, N.P.


116. Hubert Achiel
Smith,
Nassau, N.P.


117. Cedric Douglas
Russell,
Nassau, N.P.


118. Aubrey Kenneth
Solomon,
Nassau, N.P.


119. Frank Dineen,
Nassau, N.P.



120. Raymond Wilson
Sawyer,
Nassau, N.P.
121. Henry Newell
Nassau, N.P.

122. Morris Finsen,
Nassau, N.P.


123. Sir Oliver Edwin
Simmonds,
Nassau, N.P.




124. Hedwig Hauck,
Nassau, N.P.




125. Ortland H.
Bodie,
Nassau, N.P.


126. James Moses,
Nassau, N.P.



127. Janet Megrew
Elcock-
Nassau, N.P.

128. Harry Leon
Grant,
Nassau, N.P.


Proprietary Club
(Renewal)


Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)

Proprietary Club
(Re ewal)

Proprietary Club
(Renewal)


Proprietary Club
(Renewal)





Proprietary Club
(Renewal)




Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Hotel




Hotel



Restaurant


Club Coconut Palm
situate Wulff Road in
the EaSLerl isItriC,
of N.P.
A one storey stone
building situate in
Coconut Grove in the
Southern District of
N.P.
A one storey building
situate to the East
of the Main Airport
Bldg., Oakes Field,
Western District, N.P.
A building situate at
Market Street South
-Nassau Lawn Ten-
nis Club, Nassau,
N.P.
A stone building sit-
uate at the South
side of West Bay
Street, Western Dis-
trict, N.P.
Hobby Horse Hall,
West Bay Street,
Western District, N.F.
A stone building sit-
uate at West Bay St.,
N.P.
A building situate at
Hog Island, N.P.,
known as Porcupine
Club.
A one storey building
known as The Club
House and patios,
situate on the prem-
ises known as Bal-
moral, Cable Beach,
N.P.
A two storey stone
building situate on
the corner of Cum-
berland Street and
Duke Sts. in the City
of Nassau.
All the premises
known as the Fox
Hill Jungle Club sit-
uate in the Eastern
District, N.P.
The Royal Elizabeth
Hotel situate on the
waterfront on the
western side of Eli-
zabeth Avenue.
The Drake Hotel and
Annex Buildings sit-
uate on West Bay
Street, N.P.
The ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate on
the southern side of
Hay St. in the South-
ern District, N.P.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


.29. Wellington
Hamilton,
Nassau, N.P.


130. Richard
Farrington,
Nassau, N.P.

131. Randolph G.
Clare,
Nassau, N.P.


132. William Howar
Kr owles,
Nassau, N.P.


133. George A. A.
Cleare,
Dean Street,
Nassau, N.P.
134. Everette Sands,
Nassau, N.P.

135. Thomas
Saunders,
Nassau, N.P.
136. A'lrilev J. L.
Butler,
Nassau, N.P.

137. Earl Clayton
Wilson,
Nassau, N.P.



138. Kingsbury
Russell,
Nassau, N.P.




139. Kingsbury
Russell,
Nassau, N.P.




140. Ortland H.
Pode,
Nassau, N.P.

141. Kingsbury
Russell,
Nassau, N.P.


Restaurant




Wholesale



Wholesale
(Renewal)



d Wholesale
(Renewal)



Wholesale
(Renewal)


Wholesale
(Renewal)

Wholesale
(Renewal)

Wholesale
(Renewal)


Wholesale and
Retail




Wholesale
(Renewal)





Wholesale
(Renewal)





Wholesale
(Renewal)


General
(Renewal)


The ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate Mar-
ket and King Streets,
Southern Dist., N.P.
A stucco building
situate on Brougham
St., east of Market
St., N.P.
A one storey stucco
building situate Ad-
derley's Addition off
West St. South (cen-
tre of road.)
One storey stone
building formerly
used as Coconut fac-
tory situate on north
side Farrington Road.
One storey stone
building situate Base
Road.

A one storey stone
building situate off
Village Road.
One storey wooden
building situate Sun-
light Cottage.
One storey wooden
building situate on
the North side 3f
Mason's Addition.
A one storey building
covered with shingles
situate on the west-
ern side of Hawkins
Hill Road in Shirley
Heights.
A shop in the north-
eastern corner of a
four storey stone
building known as
the "Boyle Building"
-situate on East St,
N.P.
A two storey stone
building known as
the "Brewer Bldg."
situate on the north
side of Bay St. be-
tween George and
Market Sts. in N.P.
One storey shingled
wooden shop on Mar-
ket St. Routh near
Wulff Road.
The lower floor of a
two store stone
building situate on
the easte-n side of
Market St. between
Bay and King Sts.
in N.P.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 349


142. Robert Hallam,
Symonette,
Nassau, N.P.


143. Maud
Collymore,
Nassau, N.P.


144. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
Nassau, N.P.

145. Kenneth Forbes
Butler,
Nassau, N.P.

146. Thomas Peter
Maury,
Nassau, N.P.

147. Cedric D.
Russell,
Nassau, N.P.



148. Arthur Bert
Fountain,
Nassau, N.P.




149. Janet Megrew
Elcock,
Nassau. N.P.




150. Hubert Pinder,
Nassau, N.P.




151. Curtis Wilfred
Turnquest,
Nassau, N.P.




152. Tav-old
RandolDh
Currv,
Nassau. N.P.




153. Patricia Lovett,
Toothe,
Nassau, N.P.


Wholesale




Wholesale
(Renewal)



Wholesale
(Renewal)


Wholesale
(Renewal)


Wholesale
(Renewal)


Wholesale
(Renewal)




Proprietary Club






Proprietary Club






Proprietary Club





Restaurant






Restaurant







Restaurant
(Renewal)


A one storey stone
building situate at
t h e northeastern
corner of Bay and
East Sts., N.P.
A one storey wooden
building situate on
the east side of Nas-
sau St. north of
Meadows St.
Lower floor of a two
storey stone building
situate on Bay St.
N.P.
Lower floor of a two
storey stone building
situate in Marlbo-
rough Street, N.P.
A building known as
the Prince George
Hotel situate on Bay
.Street, N.P.
One storey stone
building, East Main
Airport Building,
Oakes Field, situate
Western District,
N.P.
(Southside Club)
The ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate on
the Southern side of
Wulff Road in the
Eastern District.
A one storey stone
building known as
"The Spider Web
Garden Club" situate
on the Waterfront
on the north side of
Pay Street. N.P.
The second floor of
a two storey stone
building situate in
Market Range in N.P.
known as "The Ritz
Social Club".
A one storey stone
building situate on
the Western side of
East St. immediately
south of Young St.
in the Southern Dis-
trict, N.P.
The lower floor of a
two storey stone,
building situate on
the western side of
Balllou Hill Road op-
posite Martin St. in
the Southern Dis-
trict, N.P.
Lower floor of a
three storev stone
building known as
"Buena Vista" sit-
uate at Delancy and
Augusta Sts., N.P.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


154. Nancv Kenned:
Nassau, N.P.




155. Paul Preston
Meeres,
Nassau, N.P.



156. Bessi0 Amoury,
Nassau. N.P.



157. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
Nassau. N.P.


158. Henry Newell
Kelly,
Nassau, N.P.
159. Arthur Bert
Fountain,
Nassau, N.P.



160. Curtis Wilfred
Turnquest,
Nassau, N.P.




161. Pq"l Preston
Meeres,
Nassau, N.P.





162. Janet Megrew
Elcock,
Nassau, N.P.




163. Hubert Pinder.
Nassau, N.P.


Hotel





Hotel





Hotel
(Renewal)



Hotel
(Renewal)



Hotel
(Renewal)


Music and Da


Music and DE






Music and Da


Music and Da


Music and Da


A two storey stone
building with an-
nexes thereto known
as "Loft House Guest
House" situate in
George Street, N.P.
A two storey stone
building situate at
the southwest corner
of Fleming and Mar-
ket Sts. in the South-
ern District of N.P.
Three storey stone
building known as
"Carlton House" sit-
uate in East St., in
N.P.
Three storey stone
building known as
"Flamingo H 0 te 1"
situate on Bay St.,
N.P.
The British Colonial
Hotel situate N.P.


incing The ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate on
the Southern side of
Wulff Road in the
Eastern District, N.P.
incing A one storey stone
building situate on
the western side of
East St. immediately
south of Young St.
in the Southern Dis-
trict, N.P.
incing The ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate at
the southwest corner
of Fleming and
Market Sts. in the
Southern Distri ct,
N.P.
incing A one storey stone
"The Spider Web
building known as
Garden Club" situate
on the water front
on the north side of
Bay St., N.P.
incing The second floor of
a two storey stone
building situate in
the Market Range in
the City of Nassau,
N.P.. known as The
Ritz Social Club.


Dated at Nassau, Bahamas the 24th day of November, 1953.

CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.




OFFICIAL GAZETTE 35

Office of the Commissioner of Currency
Nassau, Bahamas.
20th August, 1953.
THE NOTE SECURITY FUND
Abstract of Accounts for the half-year ended 30th June, 1953, as required by Section 8 of the
Currency Note Act 1936.
(a)
The whole amount of Currency Notes in circulation on the 30th June, 1953...1,062,700 0 0
(b)
The total of the Note Security Fund on the 30th June, 1953:-
CASH:
Deposited with the Joint Colonial Fund for investment ....................... 27,547 9 7
INVESTMENTS .............................................. ........ ............. 894,734 8 0
TOTAL.............. .......................................... 922,281 17 7


(c)
A list of Securities held by the Note Security Fund:-


Securities

1. Australia, Commonwealth
of .... 3 %


2. do ....
3. do ....
4. do ....
5. do ..
6. do ..
7. do ....
8. do ..
9. do
10. Ceylon ....
11. d .
12. dc ..
13. do
14. Coventry ...
15. East Africa High
Comm.
16. do ....
17. Exchequer Stk ....
18. do
19. Federated Malay States..
20. Fiji ....
21. Funding Stock ..
22. do ..
23. do ...
24. Gold Coast ....
25. Jamaica Stk ...
26. Kenya
27. do ....
28. do ....
29. do ..
30. Luton ..
31. National Defence Loan ..
32. National War Bonds ....
33. do .
34. New Zealand ....
35. do .
36. do ....
37. Nigeria ....
38. do ....
39. do ....
40. Northern Rhodesia ....
41. Saving Bonds ....
42. do ....
43. Sheffield ...
44. Sierra Leone ....
45. Southern Rhodesia ....
46. Uganda ..
47. do ....
48. War Loan ....


3 %
3%
31/4%
31/2%
31/2%
4 %
4 %
31/27%
3 %
31/4%
31/2%
41/2 %'
31/217.

31/27 c
31/2 Y
21/4%
3 %
3 %
3 %
21/2%
23/46%
3 %
41/2 %
41/4%
21/2%
31/27o
41/2%
41/2 o
3 %
3
21/2%
21/2%
3 %
3 %
5 %
3 %
3 %
4 %
31/2%
3 %
3 %
31/2%
41/2%
41/2%
31/2%
31/2 %
3 %o


Nominal Value


1958-60
1965-67
1975-77
1956-61
1951-54
1961-66
1955-70
1961-64
1954-59
1959-64
1959
1954-59
1965
1960-64

1966-68
1968-70
1955
1960
1960-70
1960-70
1956-61
1952-57
1966-68
1956
1973-78
1965-70
1957-67
1961-71
1971-78
1958
1954-58
1952-54
1954-56
1966-68
1973-77
1956-71
1955
1975-77
1963
1970-72
1960-70
1965-75
1953
1955
1958-68
1966-69
1955-65
1955-59


18908 1
7513 5
2331 10
5855 7
2759 12
2387 16
3446 17
1012 16
10000 0
6739 0
1100 0
1520 18
3225 13
8219 13


52470 2 4
911 13 0
91073 4 10
20000 0 0
10040 3 2
2904 6 9
130848 8 6
22036 0 1
17528 18 7
2405 5 5
3072 6 9
6867 12 10
336 5 11
4629 8 3
10000 0 0
1525 11 6
70532 1 5
69125 18 5
29048 7 4
3785 6 5
1993 14 7
6500 0 0
2132 9 4
11000 0 0
55320 16 2
22950 0 0
95692 2 0
32522 5 10
16438 7 2
750 0 0
5200 0 0
20687 12 7
13568 4 6
22464 10 6
931980 16 1


Cost Price



19503 5 11
7710 15 5
2459 16 9
6144 13 6
2682 2 6
3004 16 5
3755 6 6
986 6 3
9825 16 0
6573 14 10
848 9 6
1500 0 0
3583 9 7
8302 6 9

54090 0 11
1015 1 2
92707 5 6
19975 0 0
9659 10 0
2675 12 5
123264 6 0
22821 0 9
17528 18 7
2719 17 4
3144 9 8
6447 0 0
355 17 10
4925 8 10
9950 0 0
1446 8 8
69495 10 10
70160 18 6
29475 12 10
4025 13 11
2055 14 1
7606 4 0
1996 0 9
11413 10 0
56605 19 6
22720 10 0
93051 0 4
35736 17 5
18000 0 0
855 4 0
6045 16 0
21225 4 0
13318 6 2
23429 19 7
936825 9 6


Latest Known
Market Price.


17773 11 10
6574 1 10
1900 3 8
5533 6 6
2759 12 7
2762 15 9
3326 4 2
997 12 10
9800 0 0
6199 17 10
1061 10 0
1498 1 11
3274 1 1
7973 1 8

48010 3 1
820 9 8
90617 17 6
20200 0 0
8383 10 8
2425 2 5
126922 19 5
22091 1 11
16038 19 5
2441 7 0
3041 12 3
5459 15 6
312 15 1
4698 17 1
10250 0 0
1502 13 10
71061 1 3
69125 18 5
29048 7 4
3387 17 3
1684 14 0
6727 10 0
2143 2 7
9075 0 0
55597 8 3
21228 15 0
85644 8 7
28131 15 7
16602 14 10
772 10 0
5252 0 0
19032 12 4
12821 19 5
22745 6 8
894734 8 0


H. R. LATRIELLE
Receiver General
BASIL BURNSIDE
GEO. V. E. HIGGS


Commissioners
of
Currency


EXAMINED:
E. H. STUART,
Auditor of Public Accounts.




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