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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU DECEMBER 14, 1953. 50


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


Colonial Secretary's Office
No. 318 7th December, 1953.
The sub-joined Order in
Council made under The Pen-
sions Act (No. 28 of 1952) is
published for general informa-
tion.
By Command,
A. G. H. Gardner-Brown,
Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 11559 A.

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

Tn 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 Benjamin Cox Pension
Order. 1953.
2. A pension at the rate of
One hundred and Twenty-three
pounds Nineteen shillings
(123. 19. 0.) per annum is here-
by granted to Benjamin Cox as
i_ m ute 1st day of November.
1953.
Ordered in Council this 7th
day of December, 1953.
MARGARET de GREGORY.
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 319 8th December, 1953.
Applications are invited for
the post of Assistant Labour
Liaison Officer at a salary of


800 per annum plus an allow-
ance of $8.00 U.S. per day while
in the United States. Allow-
ances are also paid for travel-
ling. The Assistant Labour
Liaison Offier will be required
to reside in the United States
and will be stationed initially
either in Miami. West Palm
Beach or Orlanao, Florida. The
successful applicant will be re-
quired to take up his duties not
later than the 9th February,
2. Applications will be receiv-
ed by the Colonial Secretary up
to and including the 31st De-
cember, 1953.

9th December, 1953.
No. 320-
NOTICE
The Order published herewith
continues in force until the 10th
December, 1954, certain De-
fence Regulations which it is
still considered necessary to re-
tain in order to ensure supplies
and services, and generally fcr
the protection of the Public
during the present economic
crisis. The relevant section of
the United Kingdom Emergency
Laws (Miscellaneous Prcvisions)
Act 1947 and the Order in Coun-
cil applying the provisions of
that Act to this and other
Colonies were published in the
Official Gazette cn the 13th
February 1948 (O.G. 1948 page
51). A similar Order in Council
entitled the Emergency Laws,
(Miscellaneous Provisions) (Col-


Al









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onies etc.) Order in Council
1953 has just been made by Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth the
Queen Mother and Her Royal
Highness the Princess Margaret.
M.P. Conf. 663/2.
ORDER
Made Under
THE EMERGENCY LAWS
(MISCELLANEOUS PROVI-
SIONS) ACT 1947
AND
THE EMERGENCY LAWS
(MISCELLANEOUS PROVI-
SIONS) (COLONIES ETC.)
ORDER IN COUNCIL 1953
WHEREAS certain Defence
Regulations retained under the
provisions of the Emergency
Laws (Transitional Powers) Or-
der 1946 will shortly expire and
it appears to the Acting Gover-
nor to be necessary and expedi-
ent that certain of them hall
continue in f rce.
NOW THEREFORE in exercise
of the powers conferred upon
him by the Emergency Laws
(Miscellaneous Provisions) (Col-
onies etc.) Order in Council
1953 the Acting Governor here-
by makes the following Order:
1. This Order may be cited as
the Emergency Laws (Miscell-
aneous Provisions) Order 1953.
2. The Defence Regulations
mentioned in the Schedule to
this Order shall, notwithstand-
ing the expiry of the Emergency
Powers (Defence) Acts 1939-
1945, c ntinue in force until
the Tenth Day of December
1954, subject to such exceptions,
limitations and modifications as
are specified opposite such
Regulations in the said Sche-
dule.
SCHEDULE
The Defence (Exp-rt Prohi-
bition N 2) Regulations 1940-
All Regulations in force at the
date of this Order.
The Defence (Import Control)
Regulations 1940-All Regula-
tions in force at the date of this
Order.
The Defence Regulations
1942-Only such Regula'ions as
apply to other Defence Regula-
tions having effect by virtue
of this Order.
Made at Nassau this ninth
day of December. 1953.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Acting Governor.


No. 321. 10th December, 1953.
It is hereby notified that the
following days will be observed
as Public Holidays in accord-
ance with Section 3 of the Pub-
lic Holidays Act 1938 (Chapter
15):-
Christmas Day
Boxing Day (26th December)
New Year's Day.
The foregoing Notices num-
bered 318 to 321 are published
hv command.
F. M. NOAD,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
M.P. 10842.

ULVARTMENTAL NOTICES

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
7th December, 1953.
A Specification has this day
been filed in this Office under
The Patent Act by Harry B.
Sands, Esq., Attorney for Harry
P. Sands, Esq., Attorney for
Messrs. Stanley Howard Flower.
Sales Director, John Parsons.
engineer and Norman Greenlees
Weir Loudon, Director, all of
41, London Street, Chertsey,
Surrey, England, for an inven
tion in respect of "Improve-
ments in and relating to build-
ing units".
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau. Bahamas
7th December, 1953.
A Specification has this day
been filed in this Office under
The Patent Act by Harry B.
Sands, Esq., Attorney for Harry
P. Sands. Esq., Attorney for
Messrs. Karel Popper, Bias Russo
and Walter Gutfeld all of The
Venezuela Trading Company, C.
A. Caracas, Venezuela. South
America, all chemists, for an
Invention in respect of "Im-
provements in and Relating to
the Recovery of Sugar".
JAMES LIDDELL.
Ag. Registrar General

Registrar General's Office,
7th December, 1953.

THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT
COMPANIES ACT

Take Notice that under the
provisions of The Removal rf
Defunct Companies Act I have









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struck off the undermentioned
Company as and from the 7th
day of December,, 1953 in com-
pliance with their request of
the same date, having had
their assurance that they are
not carrying on business or in
operation:--
EDMUNDS, LIMITED,
JAMES LIDDELL.
Registrar GeneraL


Registrar General's Office.
Nassau, Bahamas.
9th December, 1953.
A Specification having been
filed in this Office under The-


Patent Act by Harry P. Sands,
Esquire, Attorney for Alberto
Vercellone and Carlo Giuseppe
Alberti, of 18, Via Filippo Tu-
rati, Milan, Italy in respect of
an inventi n entitled "Improve-
ments in or modifications of the
process claimed in our Letters
Patent No. 170 for preparing the
alcoh 1 1 phenyl 2 ami-
no 1, 3 propanediol", Let-
ters Patent have been granted
to the said Alberto Vercellone
and Carlo Giuseppe Alberti, in
accordance with the pr visions
of The Patent Act.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General


REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
10th December, 1953.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in (p-
posing the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may,
within one month from the date of this N.tice, lodge, at the
Regis rar General's Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of
oppositi n, in duplicate, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule,
Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing No*ice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in re-
spect f each application opposed.
CLASS 43


I HENNESSYi


2371
Application No. 2371, in respect of fermented liquors and spirits.
Applicants:- M. James Jean Maurice Richard Hennessy, residing
at la Billarderie, Commune de Richemont, France;
M. Jacques Marie Patrick Hennessy residing at la
Gibauderie, pres de Jarnac, France; M. Kilian Ber-
trand Marie Jacques Hennessy residing at Chateau
de Saint-Brice, C mmune de Saint-Brice, France;
Mme. Irene Marie Marguerite Hennessy, wife of
M. Eugene Paul Marie Armand, Baron d'Etche-
goyen residing at rue de La Richonne, Cognac,
France; Mme. Madeleine Jeanne Jacqueline Hen-
nessy, wife of M. Jean Marie Arthur Guillaume,
Comte de Pracomtal, residing at rue de La Ric-









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


honne, Cognac, France; Mme. Isabelle Marie Ga-
brielle Hennessy, wife of M. Jean Baptiste Henri
Marie Raymond, Marquis de Geoffre De Chabrignac.
residing at rue de La Richonne, Cognac, France
and Mme. Jacqueline Marie Albertine Jeanne
Hennessy, wife of M. Marie Henri J seph Barbe
Pierre Jean de Riquet, Prince de Caraman-Chimay,
residing at rue de La Richonne, Cognac, France,
who claim to be the Proprietors of the ab.ve mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:--
Foster Clarke, Esq,, of Chambers, Bay Street, Nas
sau, Bahamas.
Date cf Application: 9th December, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.


SPECIFICATION NUMBER
126


I HEREBY CERTIFY that
the exclusive privileges enjoyed
by Mr. Hans Torkel Frederik
Lundberg of 80 Richmond Street
West, Toront Ontario, Canada
in respect to the invention de-
scribed in the Specification
above referred to have been
renewed f r a period of seven
(7) years from the 15th day of
January, 1954.
Dated this llth day of De-
cember, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Acting Registrar General.
(SEAL)



IN THE SUPREME COURT
Equity Side
1950
No. 174
In the Matter cf The Companies
Act
AND
In the Matter of Butlin's
(Bahamas) Limited
Notice is hereby given that
the Honourable the Chief Jus-
tice has fixed Tuesday, the 15th
day of December, A.D. 1953 at
ten o'clock in the fore-ncon at
his Chambers at the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands
in Nassau, Bahamas, as the
time and place for the oppoint-


ment (f official liquidators of
the above-named C mpany.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.


Bahamas Prisons Department.
8th December. 1953.

SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLES
Sealed tenders addressed to
the undersigned and marked
"TENDER FOR PURCHASE OF
MOTOR VEHICLE (S)" will be
received up to noon on Monday,
December 14th, 1953 for:-
1 FORD TRUCK 1945 MODEL
1 ARMY JEEP 1945 MODEL.
Both vehicles are in running
order and may be inspected at
H.M Prison at Fox Hill by ap-
pointment (Telephone 6149).
Terms CASH upon delivery of
vehicle.
R. M. MILLER,
Sup't Prisons.


TEACHERS
FOR
CONTINUATION CLASSES IN
COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS
1. It is proposed to start in
January, 1954 Commerical
Classes in Shorthand, Type-
writing, Bookkeeping and
English.
2. Students will be prepared
for Pitman's Theory Ex-
aminations and for the
various commerical exami-
nations of the Royal Society
of Arts.
3. Applications are invited
from persons qualified to
teach the above subjects.
Further particulars may be
obtained from the Educa-
tion Offices.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 375


ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES
COMMITTEE

Nassau, Bahamas.
12th December, 1953.
There will be a sale cf Ja-
maican white sugar at the Cen-
treville Warehouse, on Tuesday,
December 15th, 1953.
The price is 3. 3. 0. per 112 tb.


A. K. COLE.
Director of Supplies.


Nassau, Bahamas.
llth December, 1953.
INSPECTION OF TAXI-CABS
Owners and Drivers who
contemplate licensing their
Taxi-Cabs for the year 1954 are
reminded to have their cabs at
FORT CHARLOTTE on Tuesday,
29th December, 1953, at the fol-
lowing times, fr inspection by
the Taxi-Cab Board:-
Cab No. 1 to 100 at 10:00 a.m.
Cab No. 101 to 268 at 11:00
R. J. W. VERRALL.
Commissioner of Police.

POLICE RECRUITS REQUIRED

It is intended to commence a
course of training for recruits
at the Police Training School
early in 1954
The Police Force offers to
young men of go.d character
and education an interesting
and useful career. Pay and
conditions of service are go:d
with the security of a pension
after 21 years service.
Applications should be made
w w to the Commissioner of
Police in Nassau or if you are
living in an Out Island, to the
Commissioner of your District.
Minimum requirements are:-
Age 20 to 27 years.


Education Eauivalent of
Grade VI.
Height 5 feet 9 inches.
Further particulars may be
obtained by application to the
Orderly Room. Police Barracks.
East Street, at any police sta-
tion in New Providence. or to
your Commissioner if you are
living at an Out Island.
R. J. W. VERRALL.
Commissioner of Police.

BAHAMAS
EXCHANGE CONTROL

Statements cf Receipts and
Expenditure of Dollars for No-
vember, 1953.

U.S. CURRENCY
Receipts $1,291,000
Expenditure $1,178,000

$ 113,000

Dollars Sold by Colony $113,-
000

CANADIAN CURRENCY
Receipts $125,000
Expenditure 251,000

$126,000

D-11ars Bought by Colony
$126.000
SUMMARY
Total Dollars bought by Col-
ony November, 1953: $13,000.
Total Dollars sold by Colony
January to November, 1953: $4,-
148,000.
Total Dollars s-ld by Colony
January to November. 1952: $3,-
095,000.
Total dollars sold by Colony
for Year 1952: $2,968,000.
R. W. TAYLOR,
Contrller of Exchange.
llth December, 1953.











O-'FICIAL GAZETTii


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 Lf New Providence, will be held at the
Magistrate's Court on Thursday the 17th day of December, 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 Description of Descriotion of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


51. E. J. Rolle,
Nassau Exotic
Gardens,
Nassau, N.P.

52. E. Anth-ny
Roberts,
Nassau, N.P.



53. Allan F. Parks
and Ralph
R iberts,
Nassau, N.P.

54. G. W. K. Roberts,
Nassau, N.P.






55. Ezekial Major,
Kemp R:,ad.




56. Nemiah Davis,
Kemp's Road.






57. Emily
Bridgewater,
East St., South.



58. Frqncita
Wallace,
Blue Hill Road.


Sale of Fl wers, A one storey stone
Notions, Etc. bui1 ding situate
(Renewal) south side of Marl-
bor agh St. in the
City of Nassau, N.P.
Retail and The lower flo r of a
Wholesale Dry two storey stone
Goods building situate on
the northern side of
Bay St. known as
the Oakes Bldg.
Dry Goods, A one storey stone
Groceries, building situate on
Hardware and Jas. P. Sands Co.
General Mdse. Wharf in the City of
Nassau.
Retail Licence A two storey c-ncrete
General building situate on
Merchandise the south side of Bay
St. between George
St. and Market Sts.,
property owned by
Ronald A. Albury
and recently rebuilt.
Retail and One room of a tw
Wholesale Goods storey stone and
and Notions wooden building sit-
uate on the c rner
of McDonald Lane
and Kemp Road.
Groceries and One storey wo-den
Notions building with tar pa-
per roof and stucco-
ed walls situate
Kemp's Road 2 blocks
south of Shirley St,
western side ct the
road.
Restaurant North side of a
wooden building sit-
uate on the north-
east side of East St.,
S'uth, and Burial
Ground Corner.
Grocery One storey stone
building on Main St.
Blue Hill Road be-
tween St. Barnabas
corner and Jthn's
Road.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 37;


59. Dwight L.
Barnett,
New Providence.



60. Percival Bruce
Claridge,
Nassau, N.P.


General Shop





Ice Cream
Parlour and
Candy Store


A two, storey stone
building (pink col-
oured) situate the
western side cf Mar-
ket St. and Martin
St.
A portion of the
ground floor of a two
storey stone building
situate between King
St. and Trinity Place,
N.P.


TRANSFER

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


61. William H.
Sands,
Bay St.


Dry Goods


W. H. Sands, Stone
building situate on
Bay St. between City
Pharmacy and Ar-
tie's Dry Goods Store.


Dated at Nassau, Bahamas the Ninth 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 rf New Providence, will be held at the
Magistrate's Court on Thursday the 17th day of Deecmber, 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 Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises
216. Michael Restaurant The lower floor of a
Miaoulis, (Renewal) stone building situate
Nassau, N.P. on the southern side
of Bay St., west cf
Elizabeth Avenue.
217. Herbert Restaurant Two storey stone
Saunders, (Renewal) bu 11 di n situate
Shirley Heights. Shirley Heig h t's
known as the Hide-
Out.
218. Alexander Proprietary Braemar Hotel, West
Gorrie. (Renewal) Bay Street, N.P.


Nassau, N.P.
219. Wesley G. R.
Th mpson,
Nassau, N.P.


Restaurant-
Liquor
(Renewal)


A two storey stone
building with out-
door patio attached
and kn-wn as "Rus-
tv's Guest House"
situate on the east-
ern side of East St.
in the City of Nassau.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


220. Wesley G. R.
Th .mpson,
Nassau, N.P.





221. Gretal
Th.mpson,
Nassau, N.P.





222. Gretal
Thcmpson,
Nassau, N.P.





223. Theophilus R.
Johnson,
Nassau, N.P.


224. Marcus
Brandford
Sands,
Nassau, N.P.


225. Marcus
Brandford
Sands,
Nassau, N.P.


226. J. Hubert
Johnson,
Nassau, N.P.


227. Bradley
Sherman
Dresser,
Nassau, N.P.
228. Chas. H. Fisher,
Nassau, N.P.


Music and Dancing
(Renewal)






Hotel
(Renewal)






Music and Dancing
(Renewal)






Social Club




Proprietary Club





Music and Dancing





Proprietary Club
(Renewal)



Proprietary Club
(Renewal)


Members Club
(Renewal)


229. Chas. H. Fisher, Music and Dancing
Nassau, N.P. (Renewal)


230. Michael
Miaoulis,
Nassau, N.P.


231. Irene Nottage,
Nassau, N.P.


Music and Dancing
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing
(Renewal)


A two storey stone
building with out-
door patio attached
and known as "Rus-
ty's Guest House"
situate on the east-
ern side of East St.
in the City of Nassau.
A two storey stone
building covered with
shingles and kn wn
as the "Mermaid
Hotel" situate on the
corner of Lewis and
Market Sts. in the
Southern District.
A two storey stone
building covered with
shingles and kn wn
as the "Mermaid
HotIl" situate on the
corner of Lewis and
Market Sts. in the
Southern District.
Th e "Mechanic's"
Club" situate on the
western side of Mar-
ket St. in the South-
ern District.
A two storey stone
building known as
the "Star Club" sit-
uate on the east side
of East St. in the
Southern District.
A two storey stone
building known as
the "Star Club" sit-
uate on the east side
of East St. in the
Southern District.
A one storey stone
building known as
the "Nassau Yacht
Club" situate on
East Bay St.
"Bradleys' Tavern"
situate West Bay St.,
N.P.

The Curfew Elk's
Rest situate Hospital
Lane, N.P.
C.B.S. Bungalow
known as Curfew
Elks Rest situate
Hospital Lane.
The lower flo-r of a
stone building situate
on the southern side
of Bay St., west of
Elizabeth Avenue.
A one st-rey wooden
building situate west
of William St. and
East Shirley St.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


232. Herbert C. Music and Dancing Two storey stone
Saunders, (Renewal) bui 1 ding situate
Nassau, N.P. Shirley Heights.
A one storey wooden
233. Paradise Beach Music and Dancing building ro fed with
and (Renewal) shingles situate at
Transportation Paradise Beach on
Co., Ltd. the Island of Hog Is.
Nassau, N.P. A one storey stone
234. J. Hubert Music and Dancing building known as
Johnson, (Renewal) the "Nassau Yacht
Nassau, N.P. Club" situate on East
Bay St.
235. Alden Lockhart Restaurant 112' Yacht, "Aloma
Watt. III" licensed to carry
Nassau N.P. 80 pers-ns on Day
and Moonlight
cruises.
236. Jarvis L. Wholesale One storey stone
Glinton, (Renewal) building situate on
Nassau, N.P. Mackey St., South,
on western side of
the street kn wn as
"Blue Moon Centre".
237. Charles A Wholesale A one storey stone
McKinney, (Renewal) building situate on
Nassau, N.P. the north side of
Wulff Road known as
"High Noon".
238. Richard E. Retail One st rey stone
Ferguson, (Renewal) building situate Co-
Nassau, N.P. conut Grove, Blue
Hill Road, South.
239. Joseph Johnson, Wholesale One storey wcoden
Nassau, N.P. (Renewal) building situate
South St., West, op-
posite Government
Nursery.
240. Henry Newman, Wholesale One storey stucco
Nassau, N.P. (Renewal) building situate on
the eastern side of
West St. In the
Southern District.
241. Charles David Wholesale A one storey stone
Th mpson, (Renewal) building situate on
Nassau, N.P. the western side cf
East St. in the
Southern District.
242. Mary L. Morley, Wholesale A one storey stucco
Nassau, N.P. (Renewal) building situate in
Ross Corner, known
as The Regent Bar.
243. Paradise Beach General A one st rey wooden
and (Renewal) building roofed with
Transportation shingles situate on
Co., Ltd., Hog Island known as
Nassau. N.P. "Paradise Beach".
244. Sydpitt Agencies Wholesale Ground flo r of a
Ltd. (Renewal) two storied building
Nassau, N.P. situate sub-division
known as Shirlea.
245. Star Corners. Wholesale A one storey stone
Ltd. (Renewal) building known as
Nassau, N.P. the "Captain's Ca-
bin" situate on East
Bay St. between York
and Maud St.










I OFFICIAL GAZETTE


246. Marietta Joseph,
Nassau, N.P.

247. Arnold Joseph
Kemp,
Nassau, N.P.


248. Arnold Joseph
Kemp,
Nassau, N.P.


249. Elizabeth
Sinclair,
Nassau, N.P.


250. Elizabeth
Sinclair,
Nassau, N.P.


Wholesale

Wholesale
(Renewal)

(Renewal)


Wholesale
(Renewal)



Restaurant
(Renewal)



Music and Dancing


A one storey stone
building situate on
Farrington Road.
A one storey stone
building situate on
the east side of Lyon
R ad in the Eastern
District.
A one storey stone
building situate on
the eastern side of
Kemp's Road in the
Eastern District.
A two storey stucco
building covered with
shingles situate cn
the north side of
Main St in Fox Hill.
A two storey stucco
building covered with
shingles situate on
the n-rth side of
Main St. in Fox Hill.


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




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