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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU MARCH 4th, 1954. 9.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES


COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE

NO. 33. His Excellency the Governor has approved the following
appointment:-
Mr. Baltron Benjamin Bethel, Temporary Clerk Grade IV, to be
a Temporary Clerk Grade I with effect from the 1st February, 1954.
M.P. P. 514.


NO. 34.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor-in-Council,
acting under the authority of Sction 6 of the Public Holidays Act,
1938 (Ch. 15) has authorised the carrying on of business in any
shop after the hour of 12 o'clock noon on Friday, the 5th March,
1954.
M.P. 10746.


NO. 35.
In accordance with the provisions of the Inter-Insular Mails
Act (No. 8 of 1948), the Governor-in-Council will consider tend-
crs for the performance of the undermentioned Mail. Passenger
and Freight Service in whole or in part.
2. Sealed tencers addressed to the Colonial Secretary will
be received at this office up to noon on Saturday the 20th March,
1954. A report on the mail vessel, by the Pilotage Board, should
accompany all tenders.
3. The term of the contract will be for the period 1st
April, to 31st December, 1954.
4. If at any time the survey of a contract vessel is required
by Government the necessary fees are to be borne by the con-
tractor.
5. Out Island Commissioners travelling on duty or on trans-
fer wi'h their families and effects must be transported free of
charge.










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6. The right is reserved of rejecting
the tenders.


the whole or any of


Name Of Ports Of Frequency Burthern Remarks
Service Call Of Trips Of Vessel
2. ANDROS Nicoll's Town Weekly 60 tons.
Mastic Point
Stafford Creek
Stanyard Creek
Fresh Creek
Behring Point
Mangrove Cay
Long Bay Cays
Kemp's Bay
Pure Gold
Drigg's Hill

NO. 36.
The sub-joined list of persons registered as Unqualified Prac-
titioners under The Medical Practitioners Act (Ch. 248) is published
in accordance with Section 6(1) of the Act:-
NAME DISTRICT
F. Douglas Appleyard New Providence
James S. Hall "
George A. Phillips Bahamas
Maurice G. Kelly "
R. S. Stratton All Out Island Districts not


Evans W. Cottman
Rev. Herman Wind, O.S.B.
James S. Hall
Rev. William T. Makepeace
Walter Kendrick
M.P. 254.


possessing Medica Officers




Abaco.


NO. 37.
The sub-joined notice given under the Acquisition of Land Act,
Chapter 265, is published for general information.
M.P. C.L.O. 1017B/2.

NOTICE OF INTENTION
GIVEN UNDER
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT)
CHAPTER 265.

WHEREAS it appears to His Excellency the Governor-in-Council
that the land described in the Schedule hereto required for a public
purpose.
NOW THEREFORE, it is hereby notified that it is the intention
of His Excellency the Governor-in-Council to acquire the said land
for a public purpose, to wit: for the purpose of implementing the
Agreement made with the concurrence of the Government of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the
Government 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 shill within thirty days
of this notice state in writing to the Colonial Secretary of the Colony
the nature of their respective interests in the land and the amount
and particulars of their claim to compensation for such interests.
Dated the 25th day of February, 1954.
(Sgd.) A. G. H. GARDNER-BOWN,
Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or parcel of land consisting ofa 100 feet
right-of-way 23.1/10 miles long and situated near the southern shore








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of the Island of Grand Bahama, Colony of the Bahamas, as outlined
on a map numbered F53A13284 in three sheets, on record as enclosure
(7) of M.P. 1017B, Vol., II of the Crown Lands Office and as illustrated
on two plans which are on record as enclosures (3) and (3a) of M.P.
1017B Vol. II of the Crown Lands Office and more particularly de-
scribed as follows:-
From the General Store at Pine Ridge, go East along the road
to Mill No. 8, fourteen and one tenth (14.1) miles to a point de-
signated as P.C. Station 0 plus 00, which is the intersection of the
centre lines of the road from Pine Ridge to Mill No. 8 and the road
from Mill No. 8 to Sweetings Cay, and is the point of beginning of
the centre line of the said tract or parcel of land herein described,
which said tract or parcel of land consists of 100 foot right-of-way
for a road, containing 280 acres more or less, the boundaries of
which are parallel to and 50 feet distant from the centre line which
is more fully described as follows:--
From the point of beginning designated as Station 0 plus 00,
and described above, the centre line of the said 100 foot right-of-
way extends thence along a six (6) degree curve to the right (L
equals 910.67 feet; I equals 54 degrees 37'; T equals 493.26 feet; R.
equals 955.37 feet) to a P.T., Station 9 plus 10.67, thence along a
tengent bearing South 47 degrees 17' 20" East, 8526.78 feet to a P.C.,
S'ation 64 plus 37.40, thence along a 6-degree curve to the left (L
equals 1,027.12 feet; I equals 61 degrees 36'; T equals 586.50 feet; R
equals 955.37 feet) to a P.T.; Station 104 plus 64.52, thence along
a tangent bearing North 71 degrees 06' 40" East, 3813.73 feet to a
P.C., Station 142 plus 78.25, thence along a 4-degree curve to the
left (L equals 499.10 feet; I equals 19 degrees 37' 30"; T equals 252.08
fee'; R equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T., Station 147 plus 77.35, thence
along a tangent bearing North 51 degrees 09' 10" East, 378.78 feet
to a P.C., Station 151 plus 56.13, thence along a 4-degree curve to
the right (L equals 655.54 feet; I equals 26 degrees 13'; T equals
333.61 feet; R equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T., Station 158 plus 11.67,
thence along a tangent bearing North 77 degrees 22' 10" East, 9679.27
feet to a P.I., Station 254 plus 90.94, thence by a right deflection
of 0 degrees 36' 30" along a tangent bearing North 77 degrees 58' 40"
East, 5320.74 feet to a P.I., Sta'ion 308 plus 11.68, thence by a right
deflec'ion of 2 degrees 42' 30" along a tangent bearing North 80 de-
grees 41' 10" East, 7113.41 feet to a P.I., Station 379 plus 45.09,
which is also the point of intersection with the centre line of the
Gold Rock Creek Road, which is known as L.R.P.G. Tract No. GB-303.
thence by a. right deflection of 0 degrees 26' 50" along a tangent
bearing North 81 degrees 08' East, 329.15 feet to a P.C., Station 382
plus 74.24 feet thence along a 2-degree curve to the left (L equals
241.68 feet; I equals 4 degrees 50'; T equals 120.90 feet; R equals
2364.93 feet) to a P.T., Station385 plus 15.22, thence along a tangent
bearing North 76 degrees 18' East, 3662.57 feet to a P.I., Station 421
plus 78.49, thence by a right deflection of 0 degrees 29', along a tan-
gent bearing North 76 degrees 47' East, 7092.49 feet to a P.C., Station
492 plus 70.98, thence along a 6-degree curve to the right (L equals
572.20 feet; I equals 34 degrees 19'; T equals 294.98 feet; R equals
955.37 feet) to a P.T., Station 498 plus 43.18, thence along a tangent
bearing South 68 degrees 54' East, 1725.37 feet to a P.C., Station
515 plus 68.55, thence along a 15-degree curve to the left (L equals
414.48 feet; I equals 62 degrees 00'; T equals 230.17 feet; R equals
383.07 feet) to a P.T., Station 519 plus 83.03, thence along a tangent
beaming North 49 degrees 08' East. 16.29 feet to a P.C., Station 519
plus 99.32, thence along an 8-degree curve to the right (L equals
337.78 feet: I equals 27 degrees 00'; T equals 172.09 feet; R equals
716.78 feet) to a P.T., Station 523 plus 37.10 (which is also corrected
to be Station 522 plus 62.71 for forward measurements), thence
along a bearing North 76 degrees 06' East, 1027.55 feet to a P.C.,
Station 532 plus 90.26, thence along a 4-degree curve to the left (L
equals 456.34 fee'; I equals 18 degrees 15'; T equals 230.12 feet; R
equals 1432.69 fett) to a P.T. Station 537 plus 46.60, thence along a
tangent bearing North 57 degrees 51' East, 2282.44 feet to a P.C.
Station 560 plus 29.04, thence along a 4-degree curve to the right (L









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equals 485.10 feet; I equals 19 degrees 24'; T equals 244.90 feet; R
equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 565 plus 14.14, thence along a
tar gent bearing North 77 degrees 15' East, 8772.44 feet to a P.C.
Station 652 plus 86.58, thence along a 4-degree curve to the right
(L equals 285.48 feet; I equals 11 degrees 25'; T equals 143.21 feet;
R equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 655 plus 72.06 thence along
a tangent bearing North 88 degrees 40' East, 6114.10 feet to a P.C.
Station 716 plus 86.16, thence along a 4-degree curve to the right
(L equals 593.87 feet; I equals 23 degrees 45'; T equals 301.26 feet;
R equalsl432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 722 plus 80.03, thence along
a tangent bearing South 67 degrees 35' East, 600.66 feet to a P.C.
Station 728 plus 80.69, thence along a 3-degree curve to the right (L
equals 420.54 feet; I equals 42 degrees 37'; T equals 212.15 feet; R
equals 1910.08 feet) to a P.T. Station 733 plus 01.23, thence along a
tangent bearing South 54 degrees 58' East, 305.29 feet to a P.C.
Station 736 plus 06.52, thence along a 25-degree 30' curve to the
left; (L equals 176.05 feet; I equals 44 degrees 31'; T equals 92.74
feet; R equals 226.55 feet) to a P.T. Station 737 plus 82.57, (which is
also corrected to be Station 737 plus 18.47 for forward measurements),
thence along a tangent bearing North 80 degrees 31' East, 9931.53
feet to a P.I. Station 836 plus 50, thence by a right deflection of 0
degrees 19', alo-g a tangent bearing North 80 degrees 50' East, 4110.60
fee' to a P.I. Station 877 plus 60.60, thence by a left deflection of 1
degree 03', alone a tangent bearing North 79 degrees 47' East, 9679.60
feet to a P.C. Station 974 plus 40.20, thence along a 4-degree curve
to the right (L equals 158.37 feet; I equals 6 degrees 20'; T equals
79.26 feet; R equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 975 plus 98.57,
thence along a tangent bearing North 86 degrees 07' East, 4751.71
feet 'o a P.C., Station 1023 plus 50.28, thence along a 4-degree curve
to the left (L equals 369.45 feet; I equals 14 degrees 46'; T equals
185.77 feet; R eouals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 1027 plus 19.73,
thence along a target bearing North 71 degrees 21' East, 11,599.92
fee' to a P.C., Station 1143 ulus 19.65, thence along a 4-degree curve
to the right (L equals 509.27 feet; I equals 20 degrees 22'; T eouals
257.35 feet; R eauals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 1148 plus 28.92,
thence along a tange-t bearing South 88 degrees 17' East, 5771.93
feet to a P.C., Station 1206 plus 00.85, thence along a 4-degree curve
to the left (T equals 401.75 feet; I equals 16 degrees 04'; T equals
202.19 fee'; R equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 1210 plus 02.60,
thence alonu a ta-pent bearing North 75 degrees 39' East 752.40
feet to. a point designated S'ation 1217 plus 55, which is the point
of intersection of the above described centre lire with the centre
line of road leading to Pelican Point, which is known as L.R.P.G.
Tract No. GB-311.
The said 100 foot right-of-way comprises 188 acres of Crown
Lanr. 0.1 acres more or less of the tract of 12 acres granted in 1928
to Thomas FT. Hield tSee record at page 106 of Book B3 in the Crown
Land- Office). 1.9 acres more or less of the tract of 15 acres granted
in 1928 to John Lairg (see record at page 110 of Book B3 in the
Crown Lands Office), 2 acres more or less of the tract of 20 acres
granted in 1858 to Scripio Baillou (see record at page 228 of Book
B in the Crown Lands Office) 2.3 acres more or less of the tract
of 20 acres pra.-ted in 1928 to John Cooper (see record at page 106
of Book B3 in the Crown Lands Office), 1.7 acres more less of the
tract of 20 acres granted in 1928 tc Nathaniel Cooper (Fee record
a' pa-e 105 of Book B3 in the Crowr Lands Office. 10.6 acres more or
less of the track, of 360 acres gra-ted in 1827 to Francis M. Montell
(see record at page 123 of Book B in the Crown Lands Office), 3.8
acres more or less of the tract of 40 acres granted in 1928 to the
Devisees of the will of the late James Bevans (see record at page
112 of Book B3 in the Crown Ladns Office), 2.7 acres more or less
of the tract of 100 acres granted in 1827 to Francis S. Russell (see
record at page 124 of Book B in the Crown Lands Office). 11.2 acres
more or less of the tract of 400 acres granted in 1825 to Charles
R. Nesbitt (see record at page 118 of Book B in the Crown Lands
Office), 1.2 acres more or less of the tract of 80 acres granted in








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1827 to Benjamin Russell (see record at page 125 of Book B in the
Crown Lands Office). 5.0 acres more or, less of the tract of 160 acres
granted in 1829 to Benjamin Russell (see record at page 135 of Book
B in the Crown Lands Office), 6.6 acres more or less of the tract
of 180 acres granted in 1827 to William Russell (see record at page
121 of Book B in the Crown Lands Office), 7.8 acres more or less
of the tract of 260 acres granted in 1827 to Sarah Russell (see record
at page 120 of Book B in the Crown Lands Office), 4.3 acres more
or less of the tract of 100 acres granted in 1828 to William Guin
(see record at page 136 of Book B in the Crown Lands Office), 9.9
acres more or less of the tract of 420 acres granted in 1827 to John
Knowles (see record at page 129 of Book B in the Cown Lands Of-
fice), 7.1 acres more or less of the tract of 220 acres granted in 1827
to John L. Bisson (see record at page 129 of Book B in the Crown
Lands Office), 7.5 acres more or less of the tract of 240 acres granted
in 1827 to Robert W. Elliott (see record at page 123 of Book B in
the Crown Lands Office) and 6.1 acres more or less the tract of 160
acres granted in 1827 to Mary Henderson (see record at page 128
of Book B in the Crown Lands Office).



NO. 38.
Jt is hereby notified that copies of The Colonial Air Navigation
(Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1953 and The Colonial Civil Aviation
(Application of Act) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order, 1953, which came
in+o operation on the 15th February, 1954 may be purchased from
the Secretariat.
2. The Colonial Air Navigation (Amendment) (No. 2) Order,
1953 provides that the Colonial Air Navigation Order, 1949 shall no,
longer apnlv +o the Settlements of Perang and Malacca. The Fed-
eration ofMalaya have now brought into force local legislation on
the lines of the Colonial Air Navigation Order, 1949 which applies
to the Se'tlements.
3. The Colonial Civil Aviation (Application of Act) (Amend-
ment) (No. 2) Order, 1953 provides that the Colonial Civil Avia+ion
(Annlication of Act) Order, 1952, shall no longer apply to the Set-
tlements of Penang and Malacca. The Federation of Malaya have
e-acted local legislation on the lines of the Colonial Civil Aviation
(AnDli" tinn of Act) Order, 1952 which applies to the Settlements.
M.P. 9841/3.
The foregoing Notices Numbered 33 to 38 are published by com-
mand.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONIAL SECRETARY.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT COMPANIES ACT

TAKE NOTICE that under the provisions of The Removal of
Defunct Companies Act I have struck off the undermentioned Com-
pany as and from the 26th day of January, 1954, on the ground
that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation.
SOUTHERN AREA INVESTMENTS, LIMITED
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.

NOTICE

LABOUR OFFICE

Family Allowances will be paid to dependents of recruited work-









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ers at the Labour Office during the week commencing Monday, 1st
March, as follows.
9 a.m. 1 p.m.
MONDAY A E
TUESDAY F L
WEDNESDAY M R
THURSDAY S Z
HERMAN PYFROM,
Labour Officer.
24. 2. 54.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, Bahamas.
26th February, 1954.
A Specification has this day been filed in this Office under The
Patent Act by Harry P. Sands, Esq., Attorney for John L. Wettlaufer.
of 49 Merton Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for an invention in
respect of Interlocking Building Blocks.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.



REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
26th February, 1954.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing
the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may, within
one month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the Registrar
General's Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of opposition, in
duplicate, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule, Trade Mark Rules,
1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 43
2399











Application:- 2399, respect of Beer, ale and porter.
Applicants: Whitbread & Company Limited, a British Company
having a place of business at Brewery, Chisweil
Street, London, E.C. 1., England, Brewers, trading as
Whitbread & Compary Limited who claim to be the
proprietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas: Harry
P. Sands, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Application: 26th February, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.


REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
26th, February, 1954.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing
the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may, within
one month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the Registrar
General's Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of opposition, in









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 61

duplicate, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule, Trade Mark Rules,
1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 43
2400















Application No. 2400, in respect of Stout.
Applicants: Mackeson & Company Limited, a British Company,
having a place of business at Brewery, Chiswell
Street, London, E.C. 1., England, Brewers, trading
as Mackeson & Company Limited who claim to be
the proprietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas: Harry
P. Sands, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Application: 26th February, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.

NOTICE

ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT

Tenders are invited for the cutting of approximately 4,500 feet
of trench 30 inches deep, for the installation of power cables in the
Base Road and West Bay Street Areas.
Specifications, conditions of contract and exact route may be
obtained upon application to the office of the Electrical Department,
Bay Street.
Tenders must be in price per lineal foot, contained in sealed
envelopes marked "Tender for Trenching" and Lodged with the un-
dersigned before noon on Tuesday, 30th March, 1954.
The Electrical Board reserves the right to reject any or all
tenders.
(Signed) A. KENNEDY,
Director, Electrical Department.
1st March, 1054.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas.
28th February, 1954.

THE TRADE MARKS ACT

TRADE MARK NO. 1075
CLASS 3
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Joshua Pearson Thompson, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas, registered on the 28th day of February, 1940. has been
renewed as and from the 28th day of February, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE


REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas.
1st March, 1954.

THE TRADE MARKS ACT

TRADE MARK NO 1067
CLASS 50
I herebby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Masonite Corporation, 502 Third Street, Wausau,
State of Wisconsin, Uni'ed States of America, registered on the 1st
day of March, 1940, has been renewed as and from the 1st day of
March, 1954
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 19/1954
WHEREAS Peter D. Graham, Esq., of the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence, Barrister-at-Law, has made application
to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands
for letters of Admiristration of the real and personal estates of
William Bethel, Jr., late of George Town, Exuma, deceased.
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. ..................
1st March, 1954

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 20/1954.
WHEREAS Evelyn Elizabeth Smith, of the Eastern District, New
Providence, Bahamas, has made application to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Adminis-
tration of the real and personal estates of Samuel Bruce Smith,
late of the Eastern District, New Providence, Police Constable, de-
ceased.
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.
1st March, 1954.



NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

THE SHOP LICENCES ACT 1933.
NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Au-
thority for the island of New Providence, will be held at the
Magistrate's Court on Thursday the eleventh day of March, 1954.
at 4:30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and trans-










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fers 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
/ _ ----------------____


94. John E. Gomez,
East Bay Street.




95. Jonathan Rolle,
Market St., South



96. Luckies Moree,
Kemp Road.



97. W. A. Weeks,
Dillet Street.




98. Kenneth
Carroll,
York Street.



99. Thaddeus
Wilson,
Nassau, N.P.
100. Arthur S.
Colebrooke,
Nassau, N.P.

101. Willington C.
Mitchell.
Eneas Church
Corner.
102. Percy Robert
Hall,
Nassau, N.P.

103. Joshua L.
Sands,
Chippingham.
104. James Carey, Jr
Mackey Street.



106. Joseph Taylor,
Augusta Street.


Tiles and
General Mdse.


Retail Grocery




Lunch Room




Restaurant





Groceries and
Notions




Dry Goods and
Shoe Repair

General



Retail Dry Goods



Groceries,
Frozen Fish,
Notions, Cool
Drinks
S Groceries and
Notions

Canned Goods
and Notions



Petty Shop


A one storey stone
building situate on
the south side of
Dowdeswell St. be-
tween Armstrong
and Christie Streets.
A one storey wooden
building situate Mar-
ket St. just beyond
Paul Meeres Thea-
tre.
A three storey stone
building the proper-
ty of the Masonic
Lodge, St. James
Road.
A one storey wooden
building adjoining a
kitchen on the pre-
mises of Hobby Horse
Hall, Western Dis-
trict.
A one storey stone
building situate on
the western side of
York Street 3rd
building off Shirley
Street.
One storey stone
building situate East
Street.
One storey building
situate South Street
east of Government
Nursery.
One storey wooden
building situate East
Street opposite Em-
ma's Lunch Room.
A one storey stucco
bui ding shingled,
situate on the east
side of Fowler Street.
A one storey stone
structure situate
Providence Ave.
A one storey stone
building situate
Meeting Street (west
side) south of East-
ern Senior School.
One storey wooden
building situate on
the western side of
Augusta Street south
of Meadows St. near
Pole 32.










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107. Rufus
Livingstone
Sands,
Nassau, N.P.
108. Blanche
Edgecombe,
Nassau, N.P.


109. Patrick C.
Cleare,
Wulff Road.


110. Roy C. Arteaga,
Village Road.


Retail Groceries A wooden building
situate 3 Peas Street,
South near the Air-
port road.
Retail Groceries One storey wooden
building situate on
the corner of Blue
Hill Road and Broug-
ham Street.
Groceries and A one storey stone
Notions building situate on
the north side of
Wulff Road West
near Bodie's Building.
Restaurant A two storey stone
building with corru-
gated roof situate
East Street. South
corner of Harding
Lane.


TRANSFER


Name and Address
of the Applicant


Description of
Licence


Name of Licensee
and the Premises


105. Eliza Thurston, Retail Groceries One storey wooden
Brougham Street. building situate
Brougham Street
now moved to Mar-
ket Street, South.
Dated at Nassau the 2nd day of March, 1954.
CHARLES E. ALBURY,
Clerk .of the Licensing Authority.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
3rd March, 1954.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing
the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may, within one
month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the Regisrar General's
Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of opposition, in duplicate,
in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 2
2401
RODINE
Application No. 2401, in respect of "Vermin destroying preparations".
Applicants: Thomas Harley Limited having a place of business
at 55 South Methven Street, Perth, Scotland, Manu-
facturing Chemists, who claim to be the proprietors
of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas: R.
Newton Higgs, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Application: 3rd March, 1954.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
3rd March, 1954.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing
the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may, within one
month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the Regisrar General's









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Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of opposition, in duplicate,
in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition, a fee of 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
CLASS 42
2402
CALEY
Application No. 2402, in respect of Chocolates and Cocoa.
Applicants: A. J. Caley Limited having a place of business at
Chapel Field Works, Norwich, England, who claim
to be the proprietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas: R.
Newton Higgs, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Application: 3rd March, 1954.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 22/1954.
WHEREAS Lucinda Rahming, of the City and State of New
York, U.S.A., Widow, has made application to the Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administra-
tion of the real and personal estates of Joseph Livingstone Rahming,
late of the Southern District, New Providence, Farmer, 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,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
4th March, 1954.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 23/1954.
WHEREAS Wilfred Gladstone Cash, of the Eastern District, New
Providence, Merchant, has made application to the Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Adminis-
tration of the real and personal estates of Frances Cleveland Bain,
late of the Eastern District, New Providence, Widow, 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,
Acting Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
4th March, 1954.




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