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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU JULY 15th, 1954 28.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE

The following Government Notice is published as a suliplement
to this Gazette.
NO. 104. The James Edward Roberts Pension Order, 1954.
M.P. P. 366.

PROCLAMATION
BAHAMA ISLANDS
(Sgd). RANFURLY,
Governor.
BY His Excellency The Right Hon-
ourable Thomas Daniel Knox,
The Earl of Ranfurly, Governor
and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the Bahama Islands.
THE PLANTS PROTECTION ACT
CH. 228.

A PROCLAMATION
PURSUANT to the provisions of section 5 of The Plants Protec-
tion Act and in exercise of the powers thereby conferred the Gover-
nor in Council on the recommendation of the Board of Agriculture
doth hereby order and ordain and it is hereby ordered and ordained
as follows:-
The importation of all mangoes from the Republic of
Haiti with the exception of the mango known as the
"Madame Francis" is hereby absolutely prohibited.
This Proclamalion shall remain in force until varied or revoked
by a subsequent Proclamation.
GIVEN under my hand and the Pub-
lic Seal of the said Islands at
Government House in the City
of Nas-au in the Island of New
Providence this eighth day of
July, 1954, and in the Second
year of Her Majesty's Reign.
BY HIS EXCELLENCY'S COMMAND.
(Sgd.) A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Colonial Snretarv.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.









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NO. 105. His Excellency the Governor has approved the following
appointments:-
Brig. Thomas Robbins, C.B., C.B.E., M.C., J.P., to be Acting Com-
missioner, Hope Town, Abaco, with effect from the 14th July,
1954.
M.P. P. 633.

NO. 106.
The sub-joined Notice of Possession given under the Acquisition
of Land Act (Chapter 265) is published for general information.
M.P. C.L.O. 1017B/2.

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

WHEREAS by Notice No. 37 dated the 4th March, 1954, and pub-
lished in the Official Gazette dated the 4th March, 1954, the Governor
in Council declared that it was his intention to acquire the land
described in the Schedule hereto
AND WHEREAS no claims for compensation have been lodged
with the Colonial Secretary for the said land
NOW THEREFORE, it is hereby notified that the selected land
has been appropriated by the Governor in Council for the purpose
mentioned in the said notice with effect from the date of this notice.
Dated the 13th day of July, 1954.
(Sgd.) A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONIAL SECRETARY

SCHEDULE

All that certain tract or parcel of land consisting of a 100 foot
right-of-way 23.1/10 miles long and situated near the southern shore
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
described 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 desig-
nated as P.C. Station O plus OO, 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 O plus OO,
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
tangent bearing South 47 degrees 17' 20" East, 8526.73 feet to a P.C.,
Station 94 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 569.50 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 57' 30"; T equals 252.08
feet; 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
the right (L equals 655.54 feet; 1 equals 26 degrees 13'; T equals 333.61








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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., Station 308 plus 11.68, thence by a right
reflection of 2 degrees 42' 30" along a tangent bearing North 80
degrees 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
2864.93 feet) to a P.T., Station 385 plus 15.92, 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 O 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
bearing North 49 degrees 06' 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 tangent 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 feet; I equals 18 degrees 15'; T equals 230.12 feet; R
equals 1432.69 feet) 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.Cj
Station 560 plus 29.04, thence along a 4-degree curve to the right (L
equals 485.10 feet; I equals 19 degrees 24'; T equals 244.90 feet; R
eauals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 565 plus 14.14, thence along a
tangent 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 euaqIs 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 equals 1432.69 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
tangentequals 420.54 feet; I equals 12 degrees 37'; T equals 211.15
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 O
degrees 19', along a tangent bearing North 80 degrees 50' East, 4110.60
feet to a P.I. Station 877 plus 6060, thence by a left deflection of 1
degree 03', along 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 to 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 equals 1432.69 fee*) to a P.T. Station 1027 plus 19.73,
thence along a tangent bearing North 71 degrees 21' East, 11,599.92









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feet to a P.C., Station 1143 plus 19.65, thence along a 4-degree curve
to the right (L equals 509.27 feet; I equals 20 degrees 22'; T equals
257.35 feet; R equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 1148 plus 28.92,
thence along a tangent 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 (L equals 401.75 feet; I equals 16 degrees 04'; T equals 202.19
feet; R equals 1432.69 feet) to a P.T. Station 1210 plus 02.60, thence
along a tangent bearing Nor.h 75 degrees 39' East 752.40 feet to a
point designated Station 1217 plus 55, which is the point of inter-
section of the above described cen're line with the centre line of
the 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
Land, 0.1 acres more or less of the tract of 12 acres granted in 1928
to Thomas H. Hiald (see record at page 106 of Book B3 in the Crown
Lands Office), 1.9 acres more or less of the tract of 15 acres granted
in 1928 to John Laing (see record at page 110 of Book B3 in the
Crown Lands Office), 2.2 acres more or less of the tract of 20 acres
granted in 1858 to Scipio 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 granted in 1928 to John Cooper (see record at page 106 of Book
B3 in the Crown Lands Office), 1.7 acres more or less of the tract
of 20 acres gran'ed in 1928 to Nathaniel Cooper (see record at page
105 of Book B3 in the Crown Lands Office). 10.6 acres more or less
of the tract of 360 acres granted 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 Lands Office), 2.7 acres more or lees 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 acrs more or les#
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 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 Ben-
jpmr'n Ru-sell (see record at pa.,e 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 a* page 121 of Book B in the Crown
Lands Office), 7.8 acre" 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 n 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 Crown Lands Office), 7-1 acres more or less of the
tract of 220 acres granted in 1827 to John L. Bisson (see record at
paoe 129 of Book B in the Crown Lands Office), 7.5 acres more or lees
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. 107.
It is hereby notified that the following person has been licenced
to practice as a Notary Public within the Bahama Islands:-
Dr. Colin A. Hughes, M.A., Ph.D., Barrister-at-Law.
M.P. 6635A.

NO. 108.
Applications are invited for the Unestablished post of Clerk of
the Court at a salary of 600 per annum. Applications for this post
should be forwarded to the Colonial Secretary's Office not later
than the 24th July, 1954.
M.P. 4740.









OFFICIAL GAZETTE 201

NO. 109.
TENDERS FOR MAIL SERVICE



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 Servics.
can he obtained at the Office of the Colonial Secretary where
be received at the Office up to noon on Saturday the 31st July,
1954.
3. Tenders must be on the printed form, copies of which
can be obtained at the Office of the Colonial Srecetary 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-n-Council. Particular attention will
be 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 Piven to tenders proposing
vessels which have steam or other mechanical power.
6. The term of the contract will be for the period 1st
January to 31st December, 1955.
7. If at any time the survey of a contract vessel is required
.y the Government the necessary fees are to be borne by the
contractors.
8. Out Island Commissioners travelling on duty or on trans-
fe- 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 tank 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
instr1led for use in case of emergency. The vessel will also have
to be equipped with chemical sprays.
11. The attention of every person tendering for a contract
f.'r t'-n carriage of mails is drawn to the carrier services which
wVi' bpve 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 Ports Of Frequency Burthern
Service Call Of Trips Of Vessel Remarks

1. BIMINIS Alice Town Fortnightly 50 tons
Cat Cay
2. BERRY Berry Islands 2 Weeks 20 tons
ISLANDS (Lignum Vitae
Cay)
3. THE The Bluff Weekly 20 tons
BLUFF
4. LONG South End 3 Weeks 20 tons
ISLAND
M.P. 12257/VI.

The foregoing notices numbered 104 to 109 are published by
command.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONIAL SECRETARY.










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6th July, 1954.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICE

ALL Foodhandlers, Bartenders, Barbers, Beauticians, Etc., are
heeby notified to present themselves for Medical Examination at the
Out Patient Department of the Bahamas General Hospital at 2:30
p.m., commencing Monday, 12th July, and continuing Mondays, Tues-
days, Wednesdays and Thursdays through 29th July, 1954.
Any Foodhandler, Bartender, Barber or Beautician failing to
comply wi-h this order will be liable to prosecution under The Public
Health Act and the Rules made thereunder.
By Order,
KATHLEEN E. ALBURY,
Clerk, Health Board.

CUSTOMS HOUSE
NASSAU, N.P.,
12th July, 1954.

RETURN of Goods remairn'ng in Government Warehouses on the 12th day of July, 1954,
which have not been entered as provided under Chapter 130, Sec. 63.


Marks or Address






N.S.G.
E. S. Co.
W 7544 W
S 7955 N
W. A. B.
E. C. C.
W. J. S.
W. J. S.
C. L. Y.
E. Francis
F. D. Scarlatos
B.A.A.A.
Mike Mauiolus
Don McCarthy
Blanco Bleach
C. A. Wells
Ralph Wheeler
Nassau Marine Service
W. J. S.
W. H. S.
Shirley Albury
C. E. Ltd.
C. & W. 4715
B. K. T.
Ted Pyfroua
C. F. S.
IDC Ltd. 3
Acme
W. J. S.
B. K. T.
Glico
C. F. S.


Packages and
Description of Goods


CENTREVILLE WAREHOUSE

1C0 Loose Dutch Stoves
1 c/s Engine Spares

1 bale W. Piece Goods
5 c/s T. Preps.
5 c/s Biscuits
2 bale Gloves and Studs
1 bale Hdks.
1 ctn. Mdse.
1 Elec. Water Pump
3 ctns. Hats
I crt. 1 bdl. Gymnasium
12 ctns. Furniture
1 pkg. Fishing Tackle
1 box Glasswool
1 c/s Flatware
3 ctns. Furniture
7 ctns. Misc. Goods
1 ctn. Wearing Apparel
1 ctn. Goods
2 ctns. Furniture
7 c/s Hand Printing Machines
1 c/s Furniture
2 c/s Publicity
6 c/s Bookstore Supplies
6 Trusses Rugs
1 bale Woollen Cloth
7 c/s Jelly Crystals
1 bale Woollen Fe. Goods
2 c/s Adv. Matter
6 ctns. Tinned Fruits
5 bales Carpets


Ebro
Kenuta

do -
Salaverry
Santander
do -
do -
Reina del Pacifico
Betty K.
Betty K.
Axel Carl
Be.ty K.
do -
Isle of June
Betty K.
Isle of June
do -
Nassau
Betty K.
Betty K.
Ebro
do -
do -
Betty K.
Flamenco
Flamenco
do -
Salamanca
Essequibo
do '
do -


NOTICE is hereby given that if these goods are
or before the 24th July, 1954, they will be sold
ty hereinbefore qu ted.


not duly entered on
under the authori-


COMPTROLLER OF CUSTOMS.


Name of Ship Date of Arrival


20- 6 -53
13-11-53


do -
13-12-53
31-12-53
do -
do -
11-12-53
Not known
7-10-53
8-11-53
18-11-53
do -
26-11-53
9-12-53
12-12-53
do -
21-12-53
23-12-53
30-12-53
2- 1 -54
do -
do -
20- 1 -54
12-2 -54
13-2 -54
do -
7- 2 -54
6- 2 -54
do -
do -









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IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 81/1954.
WHEREAS Doris Robinson, of Chapel Street in the Island of
New Providence, Widow, '.as made application to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Admin-
istra ion of the real and personal estates of Campbell Robinson, late
of Chapel Street, Southern District New Providence, Mason, Married
Man, deceased.
NOTICE is hreby given that such application will be heard by
the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from the
date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
15th July, 1954.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 82/1954.
WHEREAS Amos Swain, of Bluff Point in the Island of Abaco,
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 Zaccheus Swain, late of Bluff Point,
Abaco, Bahamas, Seaman, Widower, 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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
15th July, 1954.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 83/1954.
WHEREAS Mamie Lou Rolle, of the Island of 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 Abner Rolle, late of the Southern District, New
Provideree, Farm Worker, 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,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
15th July, 1954.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side

NO. 86/1954.
WHEREAS Elizabeth Ellen Heastie, of the Southern District,
New Providence, has made application to the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands fot let'ers of Administration
of the real and personal estates of Joseph Attenborough, late of the
Southern District, New Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard by









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the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from the
date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
15th July, 1954.

NOTICE

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 32 of The Comnapies Ant,
no'i-e is herehv riven that the Regis'ered Office of SIRUS INVEST-
MENTS LIMITED has been removed from Building No. 324 Bay
Street, in the City of Naesau and is now situate in the Rootes Build-
ing, Frederick Street in the City of Nassau.
PETER D. GRAHAM,
Barrister-at-Law.




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Bahamas Official Gazette
Issue 28
July 15, 1954

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