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Title: Official gazette
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Creator: Bahamas.
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Publication Date: June 17, 1954
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU JUNE 17th, 1954 24.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE

NO. 92.
With reference to Government Notice No. 26 of the 11th Feb-
ruary, 1954, it is hereby notified that during the temporary absence
from New Providence of His Excellency the Governor on a visit to
Inagua and Mayaguana from the 17th to 19th June, 1954, the Hon-
ourable A. G. H. Gardner-Brown, M.E.C., Colonial Secretary, is acting
as His Excellency's Deputy.
M.P. 1882.

NO. 93.
It is herby notified for general information that Her Majesty
the Queen has been graciously pleased to approve of the following
Birthday Honours:-
Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
(Civil Division) Mrs. Alice E. Russell.
Queen's Police Medal for Distinguished Service Lieut. Colonel
R. J. W. Verrall, M.V.O.
Bri'ish Empire Medal (Civil Division) Mr. Jonah F. Greenidge.
M.P. 5816.

TENDERS FOR MAIL SERVICE

NO. 94.
In accordance with the provision of the Inter-Insular Mails
Act (No. 8 of 1948), the Governor-in-Council will consider tenders
for the performance of the undermentioned Mail, Passenger
and Freight Services.
2. Sealed tenders addressed to the Colonial Secretary will
be received at this office up to noon on Wednesday the 30th
June, 1954.
3. Tenders must be on the printed form, copies of which
can be obtained at the Office of the Colonial Secretary where a
form of contract can also be inspected and further particulars
obtained. A REPORT ON THE MAIL VESSEL, BY THE PILOT-
AGE BOARD, SHOULD ACCOMPANY ALL TENDERS.
4. No tender will be accepted until the vessel has been
favourably reported on by a competent authority to the satis-
faction of the Governor-in-Council. Particular attention will be









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paid to the condition of engine, sails, rigging, life saving and
fire extinguishing appliances, boats etc., and to the provision
of proper passenger and toilet accommodation.
5. Special consideration will be given to tenders proposing
vessels which have steam or other mechanical power.
6. The term of the contract will be for the period 1st Jan-
uary to 31st December, 1955.
7. If at any time the survey of a contract vessel is required
by the Government the necessary fees are to be borne by the
contractors.
8. Out Island Commissioners travelling on duty or on trans-
fer with their families and effects must be transported free of
charge.
9. Any motor vessel awarded a contract will be required
to be fitted with properly constructed and ventilated tanks for
the storage of gasoline or diesel oil required for her operation,
and these tanks should carry a sufficient quantity of fuel for
each round trip. A reserve tank will also be required to be
installed for use in case of emergency. The vessel will also
have to be equipped with chemical sprays.
10. The attention of every person tendering for a contract
for the carriage of mails is drawn to the carrier services which
will have to be performed by the contractor and paid for by the
contractor.
11. The right is reserved of rejecting the whole or any of
the tenders.


Name Of
Service


Ports Of
Call


Frequency Burthern
Of Trips Of Vessel Remarks


1. ABACO Cherokee Sound
Hope Town
Marsh Harbour
Great Guana
Cay
Man O'War Cay
Green Turtle
Cay


2. ANDROS











3. BIMINIS

4. EASTERN
ISLANDS
(No. 1)


Nicolls' Town
Mastic Point
Stafford Creek
Stanyard Creek
Fresh Creek
Behring Point
Mangrove Cay
Long Bay Cays
Kemp's Bay
Pure Gold
Drigg's Hill
Alice Town
Cat Cay
CAT ISLAND
Arthur's Town
Knowles'
The Bight
Port Howe
Bennetts
Harbour
Devil's Point


Weekly 120 tons The contrac-
tor will be re-
quired to per-
form carrier
services be-
tween Green
Turtle C a y,
Coopers Town,
Cedar Har-
bour. F o x
Town and
Crown Haven.
Also Marsh
Harbour and
Dundas Town.
Weekly 60 tons












Weekly 50 tons
Weekly 60 tons The contrac-
tor will also
be required to
perform car-
rier services
between:
(a) Cockburn
Town-


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Old Bight
SAN SALVADOR
Cockburn Town
Graham's
Harbour
The Creek











5. EASTERN Port Nelson,
ISLANDS Rum Cay
(No. 2) Clarence Town
Long Is.
Landrail Point,
Crooked Is.
Albert Town,
Long Cay
Matthew Town,
Inagua


Un i t -
e d E s-
tates, San
Salvador.
(b) F e r r y-
m a n The
C r e e k,
San Sal-
vador.
(c) Arthur's
Town
District.
(d) Arthur's
Town
District.


Weekly


120 tons The contrac-
tor will also
be required to
perform car-
rier services
between:
(a) Snug Cor-
ner-Hard
Hill, Ack-
lins.
(b) Chester -
Selvan,
Acklins.
(c) Long Cay
Acklins.
(d) Landrail
P o i n t-
Browns,
C r o o k-
ed Is.
(e) Browns -
Chesters.
(f) Clarence
Tow n-
Lower D.
Cay, Long
Island.
(g) Clarence
Tow n-
Mo r t i-
m o r e s,
Long Is-
land.


6. ELEUTH- Gregory Town
ERA Alice Town
(Hatchet Bay)
Governor's
Harbour
Palmetto Point
Savannah Sound
Tarpum Bay
Rock Sound


Weekly 150 ton,


sContrac
tor will also
be required to
perform over
land carrier
service be-
tween Gover-
nor's Harbour,
James Cistern,
and between
Rock Sound,
Wemyss Bight,
B a n n e r-
man Town,
De e p CreeK
and Green
Castle.










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7. EXUMA
AND
LONG
ISLAND


































8. GRAND
BAHAMA








8A. GRAND
BAHAMA


9. HARBOUR
ISLAND
10. MAYA-
GUANA
11. RAGGED
ISLAND
12. BERRY
ISLANDS

13. THE
CURRENT
And
BOGUE

14. THE


EXUMA
Black Point
Farmer's Cay
Rolleville
Roker's Point
(Steventon)
George Town
Forbes Hill
(The Ferry)
Rolle Town
LONG ISLAND
Simms'
Salt Pond

























Sweeting's Cay
High Rock
Golden Grove
Smith's Point
Eight Mile Rock
West End



Sandy Point,
Abaco.
Moore's Island
Crosing Rocks
Spanish Wells
Dunmore Town
Pirate's Well
Abraham's Bay
Duncan Town

Berry Islands
(Lignum Vitae
Cay)
The Current
Little Cay
Current Island
Upper Bogue
Lower Bogue
The Bluff


BLUFF
15. LONG South End
ISLAND
M.P. 12257/VI.


Weekly 100 tons The contrac-
tor will also
be required to
perform the
following car-
rier services
(a) Steven-
ton, Rolle-
ville and
Mount
Thom p-


Weekly 100 tons









Weekly 20 tona


son.
(b) B 1 a c k
Point
Staniel
Cay and
Great Gu-
ana Cay.
(c) George
Town, The
F e r r y,
Rol le
T o w n,
Moss
Town and
Williams
Town.
(d) Simms'
and Burnt
Ground
(e) Simms'
and Dead-
man's Cay
(f) Salt Pond
to Grays.
The contrac-
tor will also
be required to
perform a car-
rier service
between Eight
Mile R o c k
Pine Ridge
and Water Cay.


Weekly 60 tons

4 Weeks 20 tons

3 Weeks 20 tons

2 Weeks 20 tons


Weekly 20 tons




Weekly 20 tons

? Weeks 20 tons









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 179

The foregoing Notices Numbered 90 to 94 are published by Com-
mand.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONIAL SECRETARY.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
NO. 74/1954.
WHEREAS John Davis, of Sears Addition in the Eastern District,
New Providence,, 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 George F. Miller, late of Deerfield
Beach in the State of Florida, U.S.A., Married Man, 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 LIDDEL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
12th June, 1954.


REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
14th June 1954.
The following Minister of Religion having been duly registered
rhall be deemed to be appointed a Marriage Officer of the Colony
with effect from the 5th June, 1954:-
Name: Evangelist Edward Allen. Address: The Bain's Town
Gospel Hall, P. O. Box 1056, Nassau, New Providence.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 77/1954.
WHEREAS Charles Brenville Sturrup, of the Eastern District,
New Providence, 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 Edmund Brenville Sturrup, late of
the Eastern District, New Providence, 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 LIDDEL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
15th June, 1954.


IN THF SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 78/1954.
WHEREAS Hilda Wood, of Market Street in the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of New Providence, Widow, has made application
to the Chief Justice of the Surperr- Court of the Bahama Islands
Tfcr letters of Administration of the real and personal estates of
Alfred Wood, late of the Southern District New Providence, Married
Man, Bartender, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard by
the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from the










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date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
4th June, 1954.

NOTICE

CIVIL AVIATION DEPARTMENT,
Oakes International Airport,
Nassau, N.P.,
llth June, 1954.

POSITION WANTED

Applications are invited for the Post of clerk Grade IV in the
Civil Aviation Department at a salary of 350 x 15-380 x 20 500 per
annum.
Applicants must be in possession of a Cambridge Junior Certi-
cate or its equivalent and should be able to type. Those possessing
higher qualifications or a knowledge of book-keeping will be given
preference.
Applications together with two recent testimonials will be re-
ceived at the office of the Director of Civil Aviation, P. O. Box 975,
Nassau, up to noon on Saturday. 19th June, 1954.
H. H. THOMPSON,
Ag. Director of Civil Aviation.

NOTICE

Navigation interests are advised that on and after June 30th,
1954 Channel Buoys in the harbour of Nassau Numbers One and
Seven will be converted to flashing buoys.
(Sgd.) D. S. MORRISON,
Harbour Engineer.
17th June 1954.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Companies Act,
notice is hereby given that the Registered Office of Grand Bahama
Properties Limited is situate in Building No. 324 on the South Side
of Bay Street in the City of Nassau.
JAMES NUTHALL,
Secretary of the above-named Company.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Companies Act,
notice is hereby given that the Registered Office of CLERKINGTON
LIMITED is situate in the Chambers of the undersigned in the Boyle
Building, Bank Lane, Nassau, Bahamas.
McKINNEY, BANCROFT & KNOWLES,
Attorneys for the above-named Company.

NOTICE

SWAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of the Companies Act,
the public are hereby notified that the Registered Office of the
above-named Company is situate at No. 366 Bay Street in the City
of Nassau.
WILLIAM J. SWAIN,
Attorney for the above-named Company.




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