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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU DECEMBER 7, 1953. 49


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 314 28th November, 1953.
The sub-joined Notice of In-
tention given under The Ac-
quisition of Land Act Chapter
265 is published for general in-
formation.
M.P. 1017C/II

NOTICE OF INTENTION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND
ACT (Chapter 265.)

WHEREAS it appears to His
Excellency the Acting Governor
in Council that the land de-
scribed in the Schedule hereto
is required for a public purpose.
NOW THEREFORE, it is
hereby notified that it is the
intention of His Excellency tha
Acting Governor in Council to
acquire the said land for a pub-
lic purpose, to wit: for the
purpose of implementing the,
Agreement made with the con-
currence of the Government
of the Bahama Islands between
the Government of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland and the Gov-
ernment of the United States
of America concerning a Long
Range Proving 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 Act-
ing Colonial Secretary of the
Colony the nature of their re-
spective interests in the land
and the amount and particulars
of their claim to compensation
for such interests.
SCHEDULE
All that tract or parcel of
land, comprising a thirty (301
foot right-of-way for a Road,
situated in the vicinity of Ban-
nerman Town and Little Bay
Point on the southwestern coast
of the Island of Eleuthera, Col-
ony of the Bahamas, as out-
lined on a map, numbered
F54AI3638, which is on record
in the Crown Lands Office file
No 1017C Vol. II, and is more
particularly described as fol-
lows:
The said tract or parcel of
Land consists of a strip of land,
(30) feet wide and 1595.7 feet
long, extending from the inter-
section of the two public roads
at the southwest corner of
Bannerman Town to the north-
western boundary of the Long
Range Proving Ground Subma-
rine Cable Landing Site at
Little Bay Point, which is
known as Tract No. EI-403, and
the centre-line of this said
strip of land thirty (30) feet
wide is more fully described as
follows:
Beginning at the intersection
of the two public roads at the
southwestern corner of Banner-
man Town, the centre line of
the said thirty (30) foot right-


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of-way extends thence South 52
degrees 25' West, 581.8 feet to
a point which is witnessed by
two 1/2 inch steel reinforcing
rods set in concrete, one of
which is located North 37 de-
grees 35' West, 15.0 feet distant
and the other South 37 degrees
35' East, 15.0 feet distant from
it, thence South 49 degrees 40'
West, 915.00 feet to a point
witnessed by two 1/2 inch rein-
forcing rods set in concrete,
one of which is located North
40 degrees 20' West, 15.0 feet
distant and the other South 40
degrees 20' East, 15.0 feet dis-
tant from it, thence South 36
degrees 33' West, 98.9 feet to a
wooden stake on the north-
western boundary of the
L.R.P.O. Cable Landing Site at
Little Bay Point, Tract No. El,
403, the said stake being located
North 54 degrees 59' East, 47.8
feet from the centre of a brass
disc set in concrete on the said
northwestern boundary line and
also South 54 degrees 59' West,
67.2 feet from a brass disc set
in concrete which marks the
most northerly corner of the
said Submarine Cable Landing
tract No. EI-403, and containing
1.1 acres more or less.
Dated the 26th day of No-
vember, 1953.

No. 315 28th November, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that,
sealed Tenders marked "TEND-
ERS FOR PUBLIC PRINTING",
addressed to the ACTING CO-
LONIAL SECRETARY, will be
received until Noon Saturday
the 12th December, 1953, for
the following:-
1. LETTERHEADS
2. BOOK AND PAMPHLET
WORK
2. Forms of Tender and in-
forma'ion as to the conditions
of the contract may be obtained
at this Office. Additional tend-
ers will be called for later in
respect of printed forms.
3. 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
and seal the tenders.
4. The right is reserved of
rejecting the whole or any of


the tenders
the printed
outside the
desirable
M.P. 8924.


and of obtaining
forms, etc., from
Colony if deemed


No. 316 30th November, 1953.
It is hereby notified that The
Carriage by air (Non-interna-
tional Carriage) (Colonies, Pro-
tectorates and Trust Territories)
Order, 1953, copies of which
may be purchased at the Sec-
retariat, came into operation
on the 1st October, 1953.
2 This Order applies subsec-
tions (4) and (5) of section 1
of the Carriage by Air Act, 1932,
and the provisions of the First
Schedule to that Act. subject
to certain adaptations and
modifications, to carriage by
air which is not international
carriage as defined in the First
Schedule to that Act.
M.P. 10498


No. 317 4th December, 1953
The sub-joined Order in
Council made under THE PEN-
SIONS ACT (No. 28 of 1952) is
published for general informa-
tion.


ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE PENSIONS ACT
(No 28 of 1952)


In exercise of the powers
conferred upon the Governor in
Council by section 4 of the
Pensions Act, the following Or-
der is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited
as the Emily Elizabeth Dupuch
Pension Order, 1953.
2. A pension at the rate of
One hundred and Twenty-three
pounds Fifteen shillings (123.-
15. 0.) per annum is hereby
granted to Emily Elizabeth Du-
puch as from the 1st day of
November, 1953.
Ordered in Council this 2nd
day of December, 1953.
MARGARET de GREGORY,
Clerk to the Executive Council
The foregoing Notices num-
berec 314 to 317 are published
by command.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 35'


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

N. 1953/199.
WHEREAS Gladys Maynard
Johnson. of the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of 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 Basil George John-
son, late of the Southern Dis-
trict in the Island of New Pro-
vidence, Customs Officer, de-
ceased
NOTICE is hereby given that
sici, application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the
expirationn of fourteen days
from the date hereof.
FAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar
The Registry,
Suuoreme Court.
97th November, 1953.

3N THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No. 1953/200.
WTrEREAS Madeline Rolle
formerlyy Mackey) of the
Q"trther District in the Island
of New Providence, has made
application tn the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the
tahama Islands for letters of
Administration ef the real and
oersonPl estates of Aaron Mac-
key, late of the Settlement of
':alabash Bay in the Island of
Andros. farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that
"l-h application will be beard
yv the said Cheif Justice at the
expiration of twenty-eight days
from the date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar.
The Regis ry,
Sunrepie Court.
27th November, 1953.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

No 1953/209
WHEREAS Elijah Richardson,
f the Western District in the
Island of New Providence, has


made application to the Chief
Justine of the Supreme Court of
the Bahama Islands for letters
of Administration of the real
and personal estates of Munson
Richardson, late of Bains' Town
in the Western District, New
Providence,, Bachelor, Labourer,
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.
27th November, 1953.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side


No. 1953/204.
WHEREAS Recina Ferguson,
of Brown's. Crooked Island, has
made application to the Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court
of the Bahama Islands for let-
ters of Administration of the
real and personal estates of
Wilmore Ferguson, late of the
Settlement of Brown's, Crooked
Island, Farm Labourer, de-
ceased.
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,
Actg. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
30th November, 1953.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
30th November, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that
any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any
Mark appearing hereunde:.
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










356 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


of each application opposed.
CLASS 43
2369














Sbotledt Vi
Application No. 2369, in respect
of Beer.
Applicants: St. Pauli Brau-
erei C. L. Wilh. Brandt, hav-
ing a place of business at
Bremen, Germany; Brewers,
who claim to be the proprie-
tors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs. R. H. Curry & Com-
pany, Limited of Bay Street,
Nassau, Bahamas
Date of Application: 28th
November, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Ag. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office.
Nassau.
30th 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 45
2370


W 0W & H 0 WILLS.
P RSTOL LCONOON
Apnlicrtion No. 2370, in respect
of Tobacco whether manu-


factured or unmanufactured.
Applicants: British-American
Tobacco Company, Limited,
having a place of business at
Westminster House, 7, Mill-
bank, London, S. W., England:
Tobacco Manufacturers who
claim to be the proprietors
of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address
for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs. R. H. Curry & Com-
pany, Limited of Bay Street.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application: 28th
November, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Ag. Registrar General.
To Be Associated With Trade
Mark No. 22 in Class 45

The Registry,
Supreme Court,
30th November, 1953.
NOTICE TO JURORS

Common Jurors who served
during the October Sessions of
the Supreme Court are
hereby notified that the fees
due to them in respect of their
attendance will be paid at the
Registrar General's Office on
December 7th, 8th and 9th
next.
If possible, Jurors should ap-
ply in person, but in cases where
this is not practicable, monies
will be paid to any authorized
person presenting a written
order signed by the Juror.
Jurors receiving an amount
exceeding Two Pounds are re-
quired to bring a twopence
stamp or 2d. in cash to cover
stamp duty on receipt.
Owing to Financial Rules,
any monies not paid out to
Jurors after December 9th must
be returned to the Treasury
and thereafter it will be neces-
sary for unpaid Jurors to apply
to the Registrar General's Of-
fice for a Claim on the Trea-
sury.
N. .C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.

Registrar General's Office.
Nassau, Bahamas.

SPECIFICATION NUMBER
125

I HEREBY CERTIFY that the
exclusive privileges enjoyed by
Percy Fred Bell, Esq., of 20









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 357


Sandy Way, Walton-on-Thames,
Surrey, England in respect to
the invention described in the
Specification above referred to
have been renewed for a period
of seven (7) years from the
11th day of December, 1953.
Dated this 1st day of Decem-
ber, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General. (SEAL).

Registrar General's Office,
2nd December, 1953.
The following Minister of
Religion having been duly reg-
istered shall be deemed to be
appointed a Marriage Officer of
the Colony with effect from
27th November, 1953:-

Name: Reverend James H.
MacConnell. Address: St. Philips
Church, Matthew Town, Inagua.

JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar GeneraL

Registrar General's Office,
4th December, 1953.
The following Ministers of
Religion having been duly reg-
istered shall be deemed to be
appointed a Marriage Officer
of the Colony with effect from
2nd December, 1953:-
Name: Reverend C. B. James.
Address: The Mt. Sinai A.M.E.
Church, Market Street, South,
Nassau.
Name: Reverend Thomas L.
Brown. Address: St. Anne's
Church, Fox Hill, Nassau, N.P.
JAMES LIDDELL.
Ag. Registrar General.

Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas,
30th November, 1953.
NOTICE
TENDERS FOR MAKING AND
REPAIRING POLICE UNI-
FORMS
Tenders are invited for mak-
ing and repairing Police Uni-
forms for the year commenc-
ing 1st January, 1954.
Patterns of uniforms can be
seen at Police Head Quarters.
Persons tendering will be re-
quired to submit the names of
two responsible sureties willing
to be bound for the due fulfil-
ment of the contract. The sure-
ties must sign the tender.
Sealed envelopes addressed to


the Commissioner of Police and
marked "TENDER FOR UNI-
FORM" must be delivered at
Police Head Quarters, not later
than 12 o'clock noon on Satur-
day 19th, December, 1953.
The right is reserved to re-
ject any or the whole of the
tenders.
Forms for tenders can be ob-
tained at Police Head Quarters.
The Contractor will be requir-
ed to provide a teh shillings
stamp to be fixed to the Agree-
ment.
R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police.

TENDER NOTICE

Tenders are invited by the
Public Board of Works for
any or all of the following
materials to be delivered dur-
ing the six months period I st
January to 30th June, 1954,
the right being reserved to ex-
tend the Contract for the re-
maining period of the year,
Ist July to 31st December,
1954, if so desired by the
Board.
(1) Hardware
(2) Cement
(3) Stone & Lime
(4) Gasoline, Kerosene,
Lubricating Oils and
Grease
(5) Tyres and Tubes
(6) Lumber
(7) Cut Back Asphalt and
Asphalt Emulsions
Specifications, Tender
Forms, and further particulars
may be obtained at the Office,
Public W o r k s Department,
Nassau Court.
Tenders must be enclosed
in sealed envelopes, marked
"Tenders for Supplies" and
submitted not later than Nooi,
Monday 28th December 1953.
The right is reserved to ac-
cept or reject any or all Ten-
ders.
By Order
G. C. STUBBS
Director of Public Works

NOTICE

Obstruction and Encroachment
Into Public Roads
The Public are informed
that the Board of Works will
not undertake, or be respon-









358 OF FICIAL GAZETTE


sible for the pruning back or
removal of bushes, vines.
shrubs or similar g r o wt h s
originating inside private prop-
erty, and now extending into
and over the public roads,
sidewalks, footpaths. etc.
The pruning or cutting
back, into line with the prop-
erty shall be performed by the
owner or responsible person
concerned. No rubbish or de-
bris may be left in the public
road.
The Board draws particular
attention to the heavy growth
of bushes and vines mainly
thorny bougainvilleas. extend-
ing for several feet into the
roadways and over sidewalks
to the inconvenience and dan-
ger of persons and traffic
The Public are asked to
have the required pruning
performed and cleared not
later than 19th December,
1933.
By Order
G. C. STUBBS,
Director of Public Works

NOTICE

Tenders are invited for
Transportation in connection
with the Out Island Light Ser-
vice. Specifications c a n ce
seen at the offices of the Public
Works Department at Nassau
Court.
Fenders must be sealed and
marked "Tenders Out Island
Lights Service" and must be
submitted not later than noon.
Monday 28th December, 1953
The Board reserves the r'ght
to reject any or al. Tenders.
By Order
G. C. STUBBS
Director of Public Works

Bahamas General Hospital,
Nassau, Bahamas.
1st December, 1953.
TENDERS
Tenders are invited by the
Health Board for the following
services from January 1st to
December 31st, 1954.
Supply to Hospital of:
1. BREAD
2. FISH (scaled and gutted)
3. FRESH MEATS
4. GASOLINE, KEROSENE
LUBRICATING OILS AND


DIESEL OIL.
5. BURIAL OF PAUPER DEAD
6. MAKING OF UNIFORMS
NURSES (Dresses and
Aprons)
7. MALE UNIFORMS (Cotton
Drill).
Tenders sealed and num-
bered should be forwarded to
the Superintendent of the Hos-
pital before noon on Thursday,
December 17th, 1953.
H. F. KNOWLES,
Superintendent,
Bahamas General HospitaL

TREASURY NOTICE

The Treasury has recently
had under consideration the
liability of insurance contracts
to stamp duty. So far as is
known, it has rt been the
practice to stamp policies of
insurance, but all insurance
companies and their Agents are
advised that such policies are
agreements and, when executed
in the Colony, stamp duty of
five shillings should in future
be affixed under the Stamp
Act, Chapter 105, as amended
by Chapter 24 of 1952.
H. R. LATREILLE.
Receiver General and
Treasurer
The Public Treasury,
23rd November, 1953

Immigration Department,
Nassau, Bahamas.
3rd December, 1953.

THE IMMIGRANTS RULES
1939.

Attention is invited to the
requirements of Rule 9 of the
above rules.
Any person who has been
granted permission by the Im-
migration Department to reside
or take up employment in the
Bahamas, should obtain a re-
entry permit from the Immi-
gration Department be fore
leaving the Colony if it is their
intention to return and con-
tinue their residence or em-
ployment.
The only persons exempted
are holders of Passports which
show the "Bahamas" as the
holder's domicile.
G, L. LOWE,
Ag. Immigration Officer.










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TREASURY NOTICE

The undermentioned persons
have been granted licences un-
der The Bay Rum Act (Chap.
109) :
W. G. Cartwright, Matthew
Town, Inagua.
Christofilis Bros., Nassau
(Wholesale only).
James A. Gibson, Wulif Road,
New Providence.
G. M. Cole, Store of Alfred
and Jerome Nottage, Shirley
and Mackey Streets, N.P.
Wendel Kemp, Rock Sound.
Eleuthera.
C. W. Nottage, Tarpum Bay,
Eleuthera.
Peter Carey, Tarpum Bay,
Eleuthera.
G. M. Cole, Store of S. Edwin
P. Davis, Wulff Road, New Pro-
vidence.
J a in e s Allardyce Gibson,
Sears Addition, New Providence.
W. E. Lowe, Esfakis Building.
Market Street
Bertram E. Bethel, North
Palme'to Point, Eleuthera.
H. R. LATREILLE,
Receiver General,
The Public Treasury,
Nassau Bahamas.
2nd December, 1953.

TREASURY NOTICE

The undermentioned persons
have been grated permits and
licences under The Pharmacy
Act (Chap. 121':
PERMITS
Bertram E. Bethel, North
Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
Lottle Rolle, Rolleville, Exuma.
Herbert Bowe. Alexander,
Exuma.
Hymineous Flowers, Farmers
Hill. Exuma.
Williard Ferguson, Forbes,
Hill. Exuma.
James Maxwell Bowe, The
Forest. Exuma.
Graham Saunders, Fresh
Creek, Andros-
Mrs. Inzalet O. Rahming,
Wpst End, Grand Bahama.
William C. Achurch, Fresh
Cr-ek, Andros.
Oswald Malone, Hope Town,
Abaco.


LICENCES
G. M. Cole, Shop of Myrtle
Rolle, Augusta and Cambridge
Streets
Patent Medicines and Drug
counter Items only; no pre-
scriptions to be filled and no
poisons to be sold.
Pearl A. (Thompson) Dona-
than, West Side of East Street,
Southern District, New Provi-
dence.
W. E. Lowe. Esfakis Building,
Market Street.
J. A. Gibson. Baillou Hill
Road, South of Meadows Street.
H. R. LATREILLE,
Receiver General.
The Public Treasury,
Nassau Bahamas
2nd December, 1953.

NOTICE

General Post Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
3rd December, 1953.
Members of the public are
hereby notified that a rew is-
sue of Postage Stamps for the
Bahamas has been approved.
The date of issue of the New
Stamps, all of which are Pic-
torial, will be the 1st January,
1954 and the values are as fol-
lows.
i/2d. Id, li/2d, 2d, 3d, 4d, 5d,
Sd. 8d, 10d. 1/-, 2/-, 2/6d, 5/-,
10/-, and 20/-.
Postage Stamps of the current
issue will be withdrawn from
sale on the 31st December, 1953.
C. S. THOMPSON,
Postmaster of Bahamas.

NOTICE

LABOUR OFFICE

Family Allowances will be
paid to dependents of recruited
workers at the Labour Office
during the week commencing
Monday, 7th December as fol-
lowws
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
MONDAY A -E
TUESDAY F -L
WEDNESDAY M R
THURSDAY S Z
HERMAN PYFROM,
Ag. Labour Officer.
4.12.53..











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POLICE HEADQUARTERS,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.
30th NOVEMBER, 1953.

POLICE NOTICE
FOUND PROPERTY.

Owners of the BICYCLES and property listed below are
requested to call at the Central Police Station and claim their
property.
Proper proof of ownership will be required.
All items have been in Police Custody for periods exceeding
six months and if not claimed before the 14th December, 1953,
will be sold by Public Auction under the Authority of Section
58A (d) of the Police (Amendment) Act 1951.
1. Lady's Phillips 329605
2. Lady's Raleigh A.N.4523
3. Lady's Raleigh A.R.1778 4241
4. Gent's Phillips 2428/47
5. L idy's Raleigh 114
6. Lady's Raleigh 13024 4224
7. Gent's Hopper frame H.10928
8. Gent's Phillips G.O.11503
9. Gent's New Hudson M.55216 2033
10 Gent.s Raleigh A.S.37872 6930
11. Gent's A.P.23679 2569
12. Lady's American G.441 3145
13. Lady's Raleigh A.N.58268
14. Lady's frame 1898 52
15 Gent's Hercules 7202/52
16. Lady's Rudge 3896/51
17. Lady's 21930
18. Gen 's Phillips
19. Lady's Phillips 4112
20. Lady's Hercules 4483
21 Gent's Hercules S.E.1100-1
22. Gent's frame 572/52
23. Lady's Rudge 8667
24. Lady's H.302617
25. Gent's S.R.2110 518
26. Gent's 334953 1102
27. Lady's Phillips 5478
28. Lady's Raleigh A.T.13641 7541
29. Gent's Raleigh 2822/51
30. Gent's Swift L.45442 7220
31. Lady's Raleigh 7301
32. Gent's Hudson
33. Gent's Raleigh 759419
34. Lady's Phillips W.37862
35. Lady's Raleigh A.L.48614 4020
36. Gent's Rudge 7677/,52
37. Gent's Raleigh 8939
38. Gent's Hercules G.22464









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 361

PROPERTY


prs Men's Shoes
Cameras
Ladies Ring
Men's Shirts
pieces of Straw-work
pieces of clothing
Flashlight
Chains
Eyeglass
various tools
Saucers
Long handle Razors
Coil Rope
Gold Wristwatch band
Comb

Bottles of hair pomade
pr. Child's shoes (white)
tin Baking Powder
Cadilac hub-cap
Dipper (Blacksmith)
Ever Ready Radio
batteries.


prs. Ladies' Shoes
Wristwatches.
Bracelets
Handbags
prs. Men's Socks
prs. Gloves
Necklaces
Tie Clips
Sunshades
Umbrellas
Cups
Barometers
Gas Tank top
Blanket
piece canvas & 2 sail
needles
Bottle Castoria
Child's cap
tin Insect Spray
Control valve
Paint-brushes


R. J. W. VERRALL,
Commissioner of Police.









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
Magistra e's Court on Thursday the 10th day of December, 1953,
at 4:30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and trans-
f-rs of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of
the lice..ces specified below.


LICENCES.


Name and Address
of the Applicant


Description of
Licence


Description of
S Premises


29. Maxwell Glinton,
Glinton Corner.




30. Ula Bailey,
Chippingham.


31. Robert E. Isaacs,
Canaan Lane.



32. Wilfred Frith,
Goal Alley.




33. Nemiah Davis,
Kemp's Road.




$4. Dorothea J.
Hastley,
East St., South.

35. Te- Pnrie.
Market St., Soutn.


36. Viola Gibson,
Fort Fincastle.


37. Thomas Rolle,
Augusta St.


38. Roy Munro
Solomon.
New Providence.


Retail Groceries
(1953)




Groceries and
Notions (1953)


General Shop
(1953)



Retail Groceries
(1953)




Groceries and
Notions (1953)




General
Merchandise
(1953)

Grocery (1953)



Groceries (19531



Petty Shop



China, Crystal,
Leather Goods,
etc.


Lower floor of a two
storey building situ-
ate Sears Addition
(Shirley Hights)
known as the Hide-
out.
A one storey stone
building situate
corner of Providence
Ave., Chippingham.
One storey stucco
building situate
eastern side of Arm-
s'rong St. near Shir-
ley St.
One room of a one
storey wooden build-
ing situate Blue Hill
Road just beyond the
Knights of King
George building.
One storey wooden
building situate
Kemp's Road two
blocks south of Shir-
l'y St., Eastern Dis-
trict.
One storey wooden
building situate
corner of East St.
and Gibbs corner.
One storey wooden
building situate
Market St., South.
opposite Young St.
The ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate
Fort Fincastle.
One storey wooden
building situate Au-
gusta Street near
Braithwaite's Bar.
The underground
floor of the building
known as the Pine of
Peace on the south
side of Bay St.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


19. Joseph Lord,
Laird St., South.



LO. Roy M. Solomon,
New Providence.


L1. Osborne Minus,
Johnson Road.



42. Alan Rose,
Coconut Grove.


43. Shirley May
Kelly,
Nassau, N.P.

44. Ula Wimms,
Eneas Lane.


45. Maria Roker,
Shirley Heights.


Restaurant




Wholesale



Petty Shop




Groceries



Clothing



Grocery



Restaurant and
Confectionery


A one storey stone
building situate
Elizabeth Ave., op-
posite Cartwright's
Realty Co.
A two storey stone
building situate Bay
St. in rear of Pipe of
Peace.
A one storey stone
building situate
Johnson Road,
South, near Major
Holt's Garden.
A one storey stone
building situate
East of Conch Shell
Club, Coconut Grove.
The first floor of the
Oakes Building sit-
uate on Frederick St.,
N.P.
A one storey wooden
building situate
Eneas Lane, Western
District, N.P.
A one storey stone
building situate on
the corner of Garden
Well Corner and
Shirley St.


TRANSFER.


Name and Address
of the Applicant

48. TP7iel Martin,
Hay St.


Description of
Licence


General


Name of Licensee
and the Premises

Teziel Martin: Pres-
ent address. Hay St.
New premises: East
St.. ore storey wood-
en building.


47. Thomas Astwood,
East St.. South.


48. Lorenzo Roker,
Village Road.





49. Bernice Albury,
Dean's Lane.


50. Joseph L. Carey,
Nassau, N.P.


Retail Grocery One storey wooden
building situate Wil-
liams Lane near old
Jockey Club.
Paintings and The ground floor of
Photos, art a two storey building
novelties, k"own as the Big
Bahamian Four building oppo-
handicrafts site Frederick St. on
northern side of Bay
St.
Restaurant One compartment in
Solomon Building o-i
the Market Range,
City of Nassau.
Grocery One storey wooden
building situate
Wulff Road, about 72
ft. east of Dixie
Church, Palm Beach
Ave.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


51. Melvin J. General One storey stone
Cunr ingham, building situate
Young St. Young St. off Farm
Road, near Paul
Meeres Theatre.
52. Hedley V. Shop Portion of a one
Edwards, storey stone building
Chippingham. situate in the West-
ern District known as
Ardastra Gardens.
Dated at Nassau 2nd day of December, 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 the
Magistra.e's Court on Thursday the 10th day of December, 1953,
at 4:30 o'clock 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
164. Harry George
Smith,
Grant's Town.




185. Fitzgerald Reid,
East St.




166. Anthony Ageeb,
Bay St.


167. Jim Glico,
Nassau, N.P.






168. Cookie Chea,
Market St. N.P.



169. Bernice Albury,
Dean's Lane.


Description of
Licence


Restaurant
(Renewal)





Restaurant
(Renewal)




Restaurant
(Renewal)


Restaurant
(Renewal)






Restaurant
(Renewal)



Restaurant
New application


Description of
Premises


The lower floor of a
two storey stone
building situate on
the western side of
Blue Hill Road in the
Southern D i s t r i c t,
N.P.
The lower floor of a
two storey stone
building situate East
St. known as the
"Arcade Restau-
rant."
One storey stone
building Bay St. and
Dunmore Lane,
known as the "Nook".
A one storey building
with out-door patio
attached known as
the Airport Restau-
rant. situate in the
vicinity of the Air-
port in the Western
District, N.P.
One storey stone
building situate on
the Market Range at
the North end of
Frederick St.
One compartment in
the "Solomon Build-
ing" situate on the
Market Range, N.P.


Description of
License










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


170. Wilhelmina
Dillett,
East St


171. Erlin Wellesley
Powell,
N.P.


172. Theophilus T.
Gibson.
Fort Finastle.

173. Wilfred G. Cash,
Eastern District,
N.P.


Hotel
(Renewal)



Hotel
(Renewal)



Members' Club
(Renewal)


Hotel
(Renewal)


Three storey building
situate Grant's Town
north side of Bias
bt. western side of
Grant's Town road.
A two storey stone
building situate
western side of Blue
Hill Road known as
the Atlas Hotel.
A room on the
ground floor of the
Police Barracks, East
St.
A two storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate
corner St. James
Rrad, known as "Al-
pha Hotel".


TRANSFER.


Name and Address Description of Name of Licensee
of the Applicant Licence and the Premises
174. Alphonso Wong, Restaurant Jack Christophilis;
East Shirley St. One storey wood and
stone building situate
East St. known as
the "Cubby Hole".


175. Herbert Harold
Heastie
Fort Fincastle.

176. Donald Murray
Delahey,
Nassau, N.P.


177. Frank A.
McHugh,
Nassau, N.P.


178. Adam Moultrie
Munroe,
Proprietor,
Sears Addition.

179. Harriet M.
Clis ck.
Chairman,
Eastern District.


180. Robert C.
Cordice, Prop.
Market St.


Hotel
(Renewal)


Hotel
(Renewal)



Hotel
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)




Proprietary Club
(Renewal)


A three-storey stone
building situate East
Sz., South, opp.
Windsor Park, N.P.
A three-storey stone
building known as
the Prince George
Hot '1 situate Bay
St., N.P.
The Royal Victoria
Hotel premises situ-
ate between Parlia-
ment and East St.,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building situate Co-
conut Grove known
as the Conch Shell
Club.
A one storey wooden
building situate Win-
ton Highway, in the
Eastern District
known as the Torvu
Club.
Two storey stone
building situate
corner Market and
Laird Sts., Southern
District, known as
the Model Club.











OFFICIAL GAZETTE


181. Robert Cruse
Cordice, Prop.
Market St.





182. Hedley V.
Edwards,
Secretary,
Nassau, N.P.

183. Bertram Stuart,
Chairman,
Nassau, N.P.





184. Thomas Walton
Ferguson, Prop.
Nassau, N.P.


185. Audley C. Kemp,
Nassau, N.P.




186. Jim Glico,
Nassau, N.P.



187. Herbert Harold
Heastie.
Fort Fincastle.




188. Benjamin Brice,
Johnson Road.



189. Theodore
Knowles,
Shirley Heights.





190. Stephen
Spurgeon
Bethel,
Blue Hill Road


Proprietary Club
(Renewal)






Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)






Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



General
(Renewal)




Wholesale
(Renewal)



Wholesale
(Renewal)





Wholesale
(Renewal)



Wholesale
(Renewal)






General
(Renewal)


Two storey stone
building situate
corner Market and
Laird Sts., Southern
District, known as
the Model Club on
southern side of up-
per floor.
One storey stone
building situate
Chippingham known
as the Ardastra Gar-
dens.
The premises situate
on the southern side
of West Bay St. in
the village of Gam-
bier in the Western
District, N.P. known
as the "Gambier Sea
Gardens Club".
The premises known
as the Moon-Glo
Club situate Burnside
Town. Sandilands
Village (Fox Hill).
The lower floor of a
two storey stone
building situate the
west side of East St.
Southern District,
N.P.
A one storey stone
building situa'e
northern side Shir-
ley St. in the Eastern
District, NP.
Part of the ground
floor of a there? storey
stone building situ-
uate East S'., South,
opposite Windsor
Park, Southern Dis-
trict.
One storey stone
building situa'e
Johnson Road. East-
ern Dis'rict, known
as Monte Carlo.
One storey stone and
wooden building sit-
uate on the northern:
side of a road run-
ning east and west
between Shirley
Heights and Sea's
Addition Roads.
The lower floor o- a
two sto v st 'ne
building situate on
the western side of
Blue Hill Road h. the
Southern District,
N.P.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


191. Neil Auld
Mactaggart,
Pres. The Cellars
Wineshop, Ltd.
Nassau, N.P.


192. Bruce Huyler
Nassau, N.P.



193. Erlin Wellesley
Powell,
Nassau, N.P.

194. Stephen
Spurgeon
Bethel.
Blue Hill Road.

195. Harry George
Smith,
Nassau. N.P.


196. Fitzgerald Reid,
East St.


Wholesale
(Renewal)





Wholesale
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)


Music and Dancinmg
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)


197. Audlev C. Kemp, Music and Dancing
East St. (Renewal)


198. Hedley V.
Edwards.
Chippingham



199. Cnarles W.
Ma jor,
Nassau, N.P.



200. Jim Glico,
Nassau, N.P.






201. Wellington
Hamilton,
Flint St., N.P


202. Herbert Harold
Heastie,
Fort Fincastle.


Music and Dancing
(Renewal)




Music and Dancing
(Renewal)




Music and Dancing
(Renewal)






Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)


The ground floor of
a three storey stone
building si.uate the
south side Bay St.
between George St.
and the British Co-
lonial Hotel.
One storey wooden
building situa.e
Dumping Ground
Corner known as
"Cool Spring Bar".
A two storey sto:ie
building situate Blue
Hill Road known as
Atlas Hotel.
The iowpr floor of a
two storey stone
building situate
Paillou Hill Road.
N.P.
The lower floor of a
two storey stone
building situate west-
ern side of Blue Hill
Road, N.P.
The lower floor of a
two storey s'one
building situate East
St. known as Arcade
Restaurant.
The lower floor of a
two storey s'one
building? situate wost
side of East St. N.P.
A one storey stone
building krown as
"The Ardastra Gar-
den Club" situate in
Chippingham in the
Western District.
A one storey stone
building known as
"The Nassau Sta-
dium" situate on the
'"est side nf Fowler
St.
A one storey building
with out door Patio
attached and known
as the "Airport Res-
taurant" situate 'n
the vicinity of the
Airport in the West-
ern District.
Ground floor of a
two store building
situate Market and
King Stree's, South-
ern District.
Ground floor of a
three storey stone
building situate East
.Street, South, oppo-
site Windsor Park,
Southern District.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


203. Thomas Walton
Ferguson,
Nassau. N.P.



204. Donald Murray
Delahev.
Nassau, N.P.



205. Emelious
Mackey,
Nassau, N.P.


206. Emelious
Mackey,
Nassua, N.P.


207. Adam Moultrie
Munroe,
Nassau, N.P.





208. Wilhelmina N.
Dillet,
Nassau, N.P.


209. Frank A.
McHugh.
Nassau, N.P.

210. Robert Creese
Cordice,
Nassau, N.P.



211. Robert Creese
Cordice,
Nassau, N.P.



212. William O.
Newton.
Nassau, N.P.


213. Edmund B.
Munnings,
Nassau, N.P.


214. Sam'el White,
Nassau, N.P.


(Renewal)
Music and Dancing




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)




Wholesale
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal


The building known
as the Moon-Glo
Club situate in Burn-
side Town, Fox Hill
in the Eastern Dis-
trict.
A three storey stone
building known is
the "Prince George
Hotel" situate on Bay
Street in the City of
Nassau.
The premises known
as The Blue Hill
Amusement Club sit-
uate Blue Hill Road,
N.P.
A one storey wooden
building situate at
Blue Hill Road
known as the Blue
Hill Amusement Club.
A one storey stone
building known as
the Conch Shell Club
situate on the East-
ern side of Blue Hill
Road and South of
Wulff Road in the
Southern District.
A three storey stone
building si'uate
north side of Bias
Street and West side
of Grant's Town.
The Royal Victoria
Hotel premises situate
between Parliament
and East Streets.
Two storey stone and
wooden building sit-
uate corner of Mar-
ket Street and Laird
St.. Southern Dis-
trict.
A two storey stone
and wooden building
si'uate at Corner of
Market and Laird
Str"et, Southern Dis-
trict.
A one storey stone
building situate oo-
posite Chokeneck Al-
ley, Market Street
South.
A one storey stone
building situate
corner West and
Fleming Sts.. east
side of West St.
One storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate on
the south side uf
Ross Corner, South-
ern District.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 3


215. Samuel White,
Nassau, N.P.


Restaurant
(Renewal)


One storey stone
building covered with
shingles situate on
the south side of
Ross Corner, South-
ern District.


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




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