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Title: Official gazette
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Creator: Bahamas.
Publisher: Published by Authority
Publication Date: April 22, 1954
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU APRIL 22nd, 1954. 16.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'C OFFICE

NO. 59.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following promo-
tions and appointments to take effect from the 1st April, 1954.
Mr. J. H. Johnson Clerk Grade I to be Chief Clerk Secretariat.
GRADE I.
Miss Emma Jackson Clerk Grade II to be Clerk Grade I.
Mr. Kenneth Knowles Clerk Grade II to be Clerk Grade I.
Mr. George L. Lowe Clerk Grade I to be Acting Clerk Grade 1.
Mrs. M. L. Dean Clerk Grade II to be Acting Clerk Grade I.
GRADE II.
Mr. O. B. Thompson Clerk Grade III to be Clerk Grade II.
Mrs. Gloris G. Higgs Clerk Grade III to be Clerk Grade II.
Mr. Leon Knowles Clerk Grade III to be Clerk Grade II.
Mr. C. E. Albury Clerk Grade III to be Clerk Grade II.
Miss Joan D. Cancino Clerk Grade III to be Acting Clerk Grade
11.
Sgt. S. W. Blair to be Clerk Grade III seconded to Acting
Clerk Grade II. To take effect from 19th April, 1954.
G.IADE III.
Mrs. Q. S. Stuart Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Miss S. North Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Mrs. S. A. Ford Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Miss Cypriana Bethel Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Mr. C. T. Storr Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Miss Edith Thompson Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Mr. V. J. Knowles Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Mrs. C. Albury Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Mrs. N. Howes Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade III.
Miss F. D. Farrington Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk III.
Mr. Erlin Ward Clerk Grade IV to be Clerk Grade III.
Miss S. Wright Teacher, Education Department, to be Clerk
Grade III.
Miss M. Wood Secretary to Director of Civil Aviation tj be
Clerk Grade III.
Mr. Jeffrey Thompson Temporary Clerk Grade III to be Clerk
'Grade III established.
Mrs. Doris Williams Ternmorary Clerk to be Clerk Grade III.
Mrs. Laurie Miller Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade III.










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GRADE IV.
Miss Yolanda Malone Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. G. W. W. Gardiner Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. E. E. Gardiner Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. L. Davis Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. L. L. Davis Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. P. A. Rahming Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. Glassford Thompson Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade
IV
Mr. S. B. Wood Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mrs. A. T. Fountain Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Miss Beryl E. Sands Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. E. O. Major Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. E. T. Strachan Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. A. C. Dillett Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
Mr. D. W. Gomez Temporary Clerk to be Clerk Grade IV.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
Mr. F. C. Knowles Confirmed in the Ectablished post of Fore-
man of Scavengers
Nurse Z. Neeley Confirmed in the Es'ablished post of Assistant
Supervisor, Public Health Nursing Service.
M.P. Conf. 564.

NO. 60.
TENDERS FOR DREDGING BIMINI CHANNEL

Tenders are invited for dredging a channel across Entrance
Point, Bimini. Tenders should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary
and will be received at this Office up to noon on Thursday the 6th
May, 1954.
Forms of tender and copies of the specifications and plans may
be obtained from this office on payment of 3 which will be refunded
on the receipt of a bona fide tender.
The right is reserved of rejecting the whole or any of the tenders
M.P. 13502.

NO. 61.
The sub-joined No+ice of Possession Given Under The Acquisition
of Land Act (Chapter 265) is published for general information.
M,P CLO 1017C.

NOTICE OF POSSESSION
GIVEN UNDER
THE ACQUISTTTON OF LAND ACT
CHAPTER 265

WHEREAS by Notice No. 107 dated the 29th April, 1953, and
published in the Official Gazette da'ed the 4th May, 1953, the Gov-
ernor in Council declared that it was his intention to acquire the
land described in *he Schedule hereto
AND WHEREAS claims for compensation lodged with the Colo.
nial Secretary for the said land have been paid
NOW THEREFORE, it is hereby notified that the selected land
has been aunroeriated by the Governor in Council for the purpose
mentioned in the said notice with effect from the date of this notice
Dated the 21st day of April, 1954.
A G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONTAT, SeCRETARY.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or parcel cf land situated in the vicinity
of Kemps Point (known locally as Bone Fish Cut Point) on the Is-
land of Eleuthera Colony of the Bahamas, British Wes' Indies, as
outlined on a map, numbered F53A13254, on record as enclosure 65b
in M.P. 1017C of the Crown Lands Office land by this reference made
a part hereof) and more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the centre of a brass disc set in concrete at the









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intersection of the mean high water mark, on the western coast of
the Island of Eleuthera, with the western boundary line of a tract
of 45.5 acres originally granted to Z. Thompson and others (see Book
G2 page 118 in the Crown Lands Office) and now said to be in
the possession of R. T Symonette which tract is also the eastern
boundary of lands claimed by Samuel Johnson, go thence by 22
courses with the meanders of said mean high water mark on the
western coast of the said Island of Eluthera as follows:
North 42 degrees, 27' West, 490.1 feet to a point, thence North
43 degrees, 36 West. 614.3 feet to a point, thence North 71 degrees,
32' West, 442.3 feet to a point, thence North 42 degrees, 10' West,
624.1 feet to a point, thence 'North 07 degrees, 29' West, 452.1 feet
to a point, thence North 03 degrees, 55' West, 348.3 feet to a point,
thence North 50 degrees, 57' West, 823.2 feet to a point, thence
North 73 degrees, 35' West, 317.9 feet to a point on the northwestern
boundary line of the said lands claimed by Samuel Johnson which
is also the southeastern boundary line of lands claimed by Rufus
Johnson and other heirs of London Johnson, thence continuing
North 73 degrees, 35' West, 346.1 feet to a point, thence North 83
degrees, 06' West, 1051.7 feet to a point thence North 30 degrees.
54' West, 219.6 feet to a point, thence South 86 degrees, 14' West
370.4 feet to a point thence North 23 degrees, 14' East 342.0 feet
to a point, thence North 03 degrees, 12' West, 913.7 feet to a point.
thence North 11 degrees, 56' West, 1214.3 feet to a point, thence North
20 degrees, 24' West, 95.3 feet to a point on the northwestern bound-
ary line of the said lands claimed by Rufus Johnson and other heirs
of London Johnson which is also the southeastern boundary line of
lands claimed by heir" of July Johnson, thence continuing North 20
degrees, 24' West, 1437.1 feet to a point, thence North 34 degrees,
00' West, 1051.0 feet to a point, thence North 60 degrees, 49' West,
299.4 feet to a point, thence North 31 degrees, 32' West, 1080.7 feet
to a point, thence North 38 degrees, 25' West, 646.6 feet to a point.
thence North 10 degrees 55' West, 562.3 feet to the centre of a brass
disc set in concrete, thence leaving said mean high water mark
through the said lands claimed by the heirs of July Johnson by five
(5) courses as follows:
North 54 degrees, 51' East, 51.2 feet to the centre line of the
existing public read, thence continuing North 54 degrees, 51' East
518.9 feet to the centre of a brass disc set in concrete and designated
"A", thence Scuth 35 degrees, 12' East, 3382.7 feet to a point, thence
continuing South 35 degrees, 12' East, 178.6 feet to a point, thence
con inuing South 35 degrees, 12' East, 1385.0 feet to a point on the
southeastern boundary line of the said lands claimed by the heirs of
July Johnson which is also the north-western boundary line of the
said lands claimed by Rufus Johnson and other heirs of London
Johnson, thence leaving the said July Johnson lands and through the
said lands claimed by Rufus Johnson and other heirs of London
Johnson South 35 degrees, 12' East, 3211.5 feet to a point on the
southeastern boundary line of the said lands claimed by Rufus John-
son and other heir of London Johnson which is also the northwestern
boundary line of the said lands claimed by Samuel Johnson, thence
leaving the said lands claimed by Rufus Johnson and other heirs of
London Johnson and through the said Samuel Johnson lands by
seven (7) courses as follows:
South 35 degrees, 12' East, 1124.2 feet to the centre of a brass
disc set in concrete, thence continuing South 35 degrees, 12' East,
37.9 feet to a point, thence South 65 degrees, 10' East, 802.1 feet
to a point, thence South 35 degrees, 09' East, 912.6 feet to a point,
thence South 05 degrees, 08' East, 794.3 feet to a point, thence South
29 degrees, 29' East, 5.2 feet to the centre of a brass disc set in
concrete on the southwestern right-of-way boundary of the public
road leading to Governor's Harbour, thence along said southwestern
right-of-way boundary South 29 degrees, 29' East, 455.5 feet to the
centre of a brass disc set in concrete on the eastern boundary line
of the said Samuel Johnson lands which is also the western boundary
ine of the said lands granted to Z. Thompson and others, thence
leaving the said southwestern right-of-way boundary along the line
marking the western boundary of the lands granted to Z. Thomp-








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son and others and the said eastern boundary of said Samuel John-
son lands South 30 degrees, 09' West, 364.6 feet to the point of
beginning and containing 307.60 acres more or less.
(a) The said land comprises portions of four original grants:
(i) A portion of the tract of 450 acres granted to William
Johnson in 1803 see Crown Lands Office record in
Book K page 29.
(ii) A portion of the tract of 100 acres granted to Vinier
Bethel in 1790 see Crown Lands Office record in Book
G page 24.
(iii) A portion of the tract of 100 acres granted to Esther
Bethel in 1804 see Crown Lands Office record in Book
K page 37.
(iv) A portion of the 30 acres granted to John Johnson in
1858 see Crown Lands Office record in Book 0 page
190.
(b) The tract of 307.6 acres being acquired is shewn on a plan
numbered F53A1 3254 which can be seen at the Colonial
Secretary's Office or the Crown Lands Office in Nassau, and
at the Commissioner's Office at Governor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera, during normal business hours.
The foregoing Notices Numbered 59 to 61 are published by com-
mand.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONIAL SECRETARY.
DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, Bahamas.
23rd March, 1954.

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 23rd day of March, 1954, on the ground that
it, having no debts and no assets, is no longer in operation or carry-
ing on business.
PROVIDENCE ESTATE COMPANY, LIMITED.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, Bahamas.
2nd April, 1954.

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 2nd day of April, 1954, on the ground thpa
it, having no debts and no assets, is no longer in operation or carry-
ing on business.
AQUAMARINE, LIMITED.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.

REGISTERED GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas.
19th February, 1953.

THE TRADE MARKS ACT

TRADE MARK NOS. 482, 483, 484 and 485
CLASSES 2, 4, 47, 50 (S.C.3.) respectively
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Esso Standard Oil Company of 15 West 51st Street,









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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


SCity of New York, State of New York, U.S.A., registered on the 19th
Sday of February, 1925, has :been renewed as and from. the 19th.day bf
February, 1953.
JAMES LIDDELL,
SAg. Registrar General.

NOTICE

Consumers are hereby notified that all Water and Sewerage bilis
Sfor the Quarter ending Marsh 31st, 1954 have been rendered and
These accounts must be settled on or before May 15th, 1954.
Bills should be presented to the Public Treasury at the times of
payment. Persons riot having received a bill should apply at the
office of the Public Works Department and request a duplicate.
Telephone: 2846.
By Order,
SG. C. STUBBS, A.M.I.C.E.,
Director of Public Works.
17th April, 1954

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO 48/1954.
WHEREAS William Bethel, of Sandilands Village, New Provi-
dence, Farmer, has made application to the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administration
of the real and personal estates of Charles Bethel, late of Sandilands
Village in the Eastern 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,
SAg. Registrar.
The Registry,
SSupreme Court.
S20th April, 1954.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau.
22nd April, 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 oooosition, a fee of 2 is payable in respect
of each application opposed.
2424 2425


TETRACYCLINE CFTHLOROTETRACYCLINE

Application No. 2424, in respect of Chemical substances prepared for
use in medicine and pharmacy and all other goods
in Class 3.
Application No. 2425, in respect of Chemical substances prepared for
use in medicine and pharmacy and all other ;oods
in Class 3.
Applicants: American Cyanamid Company having a place of
business at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in the City of New
York, State of New York, one of the United States
of America, a corporation of the State of Maine,
trading as Manufacturers who claim to be the pro-
prietors of the above Trade Mark.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas: Useph










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Baker, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau, Ba-
hamas.
Date of Applications: 17th April, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Ag. Registrar General.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Companies Lt,
notice is hereby given that the registered office of Unity Life In-
surance Company, Limited is now situate in the Modern Contractors'
Building, East Street, South, in Englerston in the Southern District
of the Island of New Providence.
Dated the 6th day of April, A.D., 1954.
ORTLAND H. BODIE,
Secretary-Treasurer.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Companies Aot,
notice is hereby given that the Registered Office of ART TILE COM-
PANY (BAHAMAS) LIMITED is situate in the Rootes Building on
the East side of Frederick Street in the City of Nassau.
PETER D. GRAHAM,
Barrister-at-Law.

NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 32 of the Companies Act, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that the Registered Office of the UNITY LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED ha, been transferred frorr the
Modern Contractors Building, Englerston, to the Kelly's Building, Bay
Stieet, above the Home Furniture Company.
Dated the 21st day of April, 1954.
C. E. O'BRIEN,
Assistant Secretary.




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