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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU JANUARY 6th, 1955 1.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 1.
It is hereby notified for general information that Her Majesty the Queen
has been graciously pleased to approve of the following New Year's Hon-
ours:-
His Excellency The Right Honourable, The Earl of Ranfurly-K.C.M.G.
Mr. Stafford L. Sands, M.H.A.-C.B.E.
Mr. Alan Kennedy-O.B.E.
Mr. Herman Pyfrom-M.B.E.
Mrs. Clarita Catherine Toote-M.B.E.
Mr. Joseph Edward Wells-B.E.M.
M.P. 5816.

No. 2.
His Excellency the Goverror has approved the following appointments
Mr. L. J. Knowles B.A., LL.B., to be Acting Attorney General and
temporary member of the Executive Council with effect from the 3rd
January, 1955-M.P. P. 528.
Mr. G. L. Pyfrom, M.H.A., to be a Member of the Agricultural and
Marine Products Board and a Member of the Out Island and Economic
Investigation Committee for the year ending 31st December, 1955.
M.P. 13439/3
The following gentlemen to be his Honorary Aides-de-Camp:
Military-Captain Frank Russell.
Air-Squadron Loader D. Lester Brown.
M.P. 13424.

No. 3.
The following staff movements are notified for general information:-
LEAVE
Hon. L. A. W. Orr, B.A., LL.B., M.E.C., Acting Attorney General, two
weeks vacation leave with effect from the 3rd January, 1955.
M.P. P. 528
RESIGNATION
Mr. Robert Samuel Thompson, Clerk Grade IV with effect from the 1st
January, 1955-M.P. P. 42.

NO. 4.
His Excellency the Governor has been informed by the Right Honuorable
the Secretary of State for the Colonies that Her Majesty the Queen will not
be advised to exercise Her powers of disallowance with respect to the follow-
ing Acts of theLegislature of the Bahama Islands:-





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2 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

NO. 9 of 1954- The Registrar General Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 26 of 1954- The Evidence Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 27 of 1954- The Friendly Societies Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 31 of 1954- The Imperial Lands of the Minister of Transport and
Civil Aviation Act 1954.
NO. 34 of 1954- The Emergency Tax Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 36 of 1954- The Cigarette Inland Tax Act 1954.
S NO. 37 of 1954- The Registration of Records Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 38 of 1954- The Pierage and Wharfage Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 40 of 1954- The Cycle Registration Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 43 of 1954- The Stamp Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 47 of 1954- The Probate Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 50 of 1954- The Registrar General Amendment (No. 2) Act 1954.
NO. 51 of 1954- The Companies Amendment Act 1954.
NO. 67 of 1954- The Expiring Laws Continuance Act 1954.
M.Ps. 9450, 14878, 4824, 15058, 2120/2, 7999, 15102, 15101, 9172, 7975
14280, 9450, 11925, 11598.
The foregoing notices numbered 1 to 4 are published by command.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
COLONIAL SECRETARY.




DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES





REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, Bahamas,
3rd December, 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 Company as and from
the 3rd day of December, 1954 on the ground that it is no longer carrying
on business.
BURLINGTON (NASSAU) LIMITED.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.



REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, Bahamas,
SPECIFICATION NUMBER 136
I HEREBY CERTIFY that the exclusive privileges enjoyed by Francis,
Henry Swinden Curd and Francis Leslie Rose, both of Hexagon House, Black-
ley, Manchester, England in respect to the invention described in the Specifi-
cation above referred to has this day been renewed for a period of seven (7)
years.
Dated this 18th day of December, 1954.
N C ROBERTS,
Asst Registrar General. (LS)




REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau, N. P.,
Bahamas.
30th December, 1954.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
TRADE MARK NO. S. 45, 48, 50.
CLASS 45
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark above referr-
ed to of British-American Tobacco Company, Limited of Westminster House,
7 Millbank, London, S.W., England, registered on the 30th day of December,
1912, has been renewed as and from the 30th day of December, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 3


POLICE HEADQUARTERS,
Nassau, Bahamas.
3rd, January, 1955.
INSPECTION OF CABS, DRAYS, AND CARTS
Owners and drivers of Horse Cabs, Drays and Carts are informed that an
Inspection of all Horse Cabs and horses, all Drays and Horses, all Carts and
draught animals will be held as under:-
Cabs at FORT CHARLOTTE at 10 a.m. Tuesday, 18th January, 1955.
Drays and Carts at FORT CHARLOTTE at 10 a.m. Wednesday, 19th
January, 1955.
Carts at FOX HILL at 10 a.m. THURSDAY, 20th January, 1955.
The Cab Board will not hold any other inspection during the January-
March quarter and vehicles not inspected at these will not be licensed until
the April quarter.
E D SEARS,
Commissioner of Police.



IN THE SUPREME COURT
PROBATE SIDE

NO. 193/1954.
WHEREAS William McKenzie, of the Eastern District in 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 Adranah McKenzie, 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,
Registrar General.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
4th January, 1955.



REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau,
4th January 1955.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing the regis-
tration 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 4 is payable in respect of each
application opposed.
CLASS 8
2458
Application No. 2458, in respect of Moving picture films with or without
sound, words and music.
Applicants:- Colimbia Pictures Corporation having a place of business
at 729 Seventh Avenue in the City of New York, State of
New York, one of the United States of America, a corpora-
tion of the said State of New York, trading as Motion
picture producers who claim to be the proprietors of the
above mark.
Applicants' Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Useph Baker, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau
Bahamas.
Date of Application:-12th July, 1954.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.



REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Nassau.
4th January, 1955.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in opposing the regis-
tration 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 4 is payable in respect of each
application opposed.









4 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


CLASS 47
2490
Application No. 2490, in respect of Gasolines, naphthas, kerosenes, furnace
oils, lubricating oils, and greases, cutting oils, gas oils, fuel
oils, hydraulic transmission oils and diesel fuels and all other
goods in Cla-s 47.
Applicants:- The Texas Company having a place of business at No. 135
East 42nd Street in the City of New York, State of New
York,one of the United States of America, a corporation of
the State of Delaware another of the United States of
America, trading as Manufacturers who claim to be the pro-
prietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Useph Baker, Esq., of Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Application:-4th January, 1955
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.


NOTICE OF SITTING OF LICENSING AUTHORITY


THE SHOP LICENCES ACT 1933
NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Authority for the
Island of New Providence willbe held at (The Magistrate's Court) on Thurs-
day the 13th day of January, 1955 at 4:30 o'clock 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
of the Applicant
1. Lofthouse Ltd.
Nassau, Bahamas

2. Alfred Bruce
Malcolm,
Nassau,
Bahamas.






3. James Davison F
Nassau, Bahamas

4. William Saunders
Nassau, Bahamas




Dated at The




NOTICE OF


Description of
Licence


Description of
Premises


Wholesale (Gifts Eastern shop on ground
textiles, notions floor of Mosko Building,
etc.) situate at Trinity Place,
Nassau.
Service Station, A lot of land situate in the
Accessories Western District of New
and parts. Providence being lot No. 26
in Block No. 4 of West-
ward Villas sub-division
and bounded on the north
by a road reservation sepa-
rating it from Bay St., on
the East by a road reserva-
tions and on the West by
lot No. 25 in Block No. 4
in said sub-division.
ox, Groceries, Vege- Wooden building, one storey
tables and situate on East side of
Meats. Mackey St. by Palmdale,
Nassau.
General. The ground floor of a two
storey stone building know
as Shop No. 9, situate on
the Southern side of West
Bay St. and known as 'The
Cable Beach Shopping Cen-
tre'.
Magistrate's Court the 4th day of January, 1955
HERBERT LAFAYETTE DIAH,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


SITTING OF LICENSING AUTHORITY


THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACT 1938
NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Authority for the
Island of New Providence will be held at (The Magistrate's Court) on The
13th day of January, 1955, at 4:30 o'clock for the purpose of granting licences
(and transfers of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned personshave applied for a grant of the licences
specified below.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE


RENEWALS


Name and Address
of the Applicant

272. C. R. Walker,
Nassau

273. Const. 84 Williams
Nassau,
Secretary.
274. Thomas Higgs,
Nassau.

275. Theophilus R.
Johnson, Secretary,
Nassau.
276. Richard Johnson,
Secretary,
Nassau.

277. Felix Johnson,
Chairman,
Nassau.
278. Jarvis L.
Glinton,
Nassau.

279. Star Corners, Ltd.
Nassau.


280. Ronald Bethel,
Nassau.

281. William Newton,
Nassau.
RENEWAL
282. William Newton,
Nassau.
RENEWAL.
283. Stanley V. S.
Albury,
Nassau.
284. George Baker,
Nassau.




285. Horatio Gibson,
Wulff Road
Nassau.
286. Stephen
Spurgeon
Bethel,
Nassau.
287. C. R. Walker,
Nassau.

288. Richard Chester
Thompson,
Nassau.

289. Ortland H.
Bodie,
Nassau.
290. Ortland H.
Bodie,
Nassau.
291. Stephen
Spurgeon
Bethel,
Nassau.


Description fo
Licence

Hotel Licence


Members Club

Proprietary


Proprietary

Proprietary



Proprietary

Wholesale,
Liquor

Wholesale



Wholesale

Wholesale

Wholesale

Wholesale

Wholesale





Music and
Dancihg

Music and
Dancing

Music and
Dancing

Wholesale


Wholesale
RENEWAL

Wholesale
RENEWAL

General
TRANSFER


Dated at the Magistrate's Court the 4th day of January, 1955.
HERBERT LAFAYETTE DIAH,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


Description of
Premises

Three storey stone building
known as "The Reinhart
Hotel" situate on Blue Hill
Road, Nassau.
Police Barracks, Nassau.

A two storey stone building
situate at Ross Corner and
Red Lion Bar Corner, Nas-
sau.
Situate on the Western side
of Market St. in the South-
ern district of Nassau.
Northern portion of the
lower floor of a wood and
stone building situated at
the corner of Laird St. and
Market St., Nassau.
Situate in Shirley St. in the
Eastern District of Nassau.

A one storey stone struc-
ture situate on the western
side of Mackey St., South,
Nassau.
One storey stone building
known as "The Captain's
Cabin" situate on East
Bay St. between Maude
and York Sts. Nassau.
Two storey building situate
at Rufus Dean Lane, Nas-
sau.
A one storey stone building,
situate at Market St., Nas-
sau.
A one storey stone build-
ing, situate on Market St.,
Nassau.
A two storey stone building
situate on East St., Nas-
sau.
A portion of the ground
floor of a three storey
building roofed with es-
bestors shingles, situate on
the south side of Bay St.
known as "The Windsor
Hotel',.
A one storey stucco build-
ing situate at Lucky Heart
Corner, East St., Nassau.
The lower floor of a two
storey building situate on
the West side of Baillou
Hill Road, Nassau.
A three storey stone build-
ing known as "The Rein-
hard Hotel" situate at
Baillou Hill Rd., Nassau.
A ground floor building
situate immediately North
of Carlton House, East St.,
Nassau.
A stone and cement build-
ing situate at Englerston,
Nassau.
A wooden building situate
on Market St., Nassau.

The lower floor of a two
storey building situate on
the West side of Baillou
Hill Rd. in the Southern
district of Nassau.










( OFFICIAL GAZETTE



NOTICE OF SITTING OF LICENSING AUTHORITY



THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACT 1938

NOTICE is hereby given that a sitting of the Licensing Authority for the
Island of New Providence will be held at (the Magistrate's Court) on Thurs-
day the 13th day of January, 1955 at 4.30 o'clock for the purpose of granting
licenced (and transfers of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of the licences
spe -fied below.

OUT ISLAND RENEWALS


Name and Address
of the Applicant

33. Willard
Saunders,
Bimini.
34. John Alexander
Weech, Bimini.
35. Harcourt Brown,
Secretary, Bimini.

36. Neville Stuart,
Bimini.

37. Neville Stuart,
Bimini.

38. Neville Stuart,
Bimini.

39. Emmanuel
Rolle, Bimini.
40. Helen
Duncombe,
Bimini.

41. Bruce Sands,
Bimini.

42. Vernal Butler,
Bimini.

43. William D.
Weech,
Bimini.
44. John A. Weech,
Bimini.
45. John A. Weech,
Bimini.
46. Robert Cash,
Bimini.
47. Alfred Rolle,
Bimini.

43. Percy Duncombe,
Bimini.

49. Fred Duncombe,
Bimini.
50. Harry Sherman,
Bimini.

51. John Roberts Jr.,
Bimini.
52. John
Roberts, Jr.,
Bimini.
53. Harcourt
Brown,
Bimini.
54. Hans W. Rawe,
Cat Cay.


Description of
of Licence

General

Members

Proprietary

Proprietary


Wholesale

Proprietary


General

Hotel


Hotel

Hotel

General

Proprietary

Hotel

General

Restaurant


Restaurant

Proprietary

General

General

Hotel

Proprietary

Wholesale


Description of
Premises

A two storey stone build-
ing, Main Road Bailey
Town.
A club known as "THE
VILLAGE CLUB".
A club known as "THE
BIMINI FISHERMEN'S
CLUB".
A club known as "Anchors
Aweigh Beach Cabana"
situate on the Eastern
Foreshore.
The ground floor of a two
storey stone building Main
Road, Alice Town.
A club known as the "Big
Game Angling Club" situ-
ate on the main road, Alice
Town.
A one storey wooden build-
ing main road, Bailey Town.
A three storey stone build-
ing known as the "Com-
pleat 'Angler" situate on
the main road, Alice Town.
A two storey wooden build-
ing on the main St., Alice
Town.
A two storey building
known as Bay View Hotel,
Alice Town.
A one storey Stucco build-
ing on the main road, Alice
Town.
A one storey building on
the main road, Alice Town.
A two storey stone build-
ing, main road, Alice Town.
Aonestoreystone building,
main road, Alice Town.
The ground floor of a two
storey stucco building, situ-
ate at the Cross road, Bailey
Town.
A one storey Wooden build-
ing on the main road, Alice
Town.
A club known as "The
Calypso".
A one storey wooden build-
ing (to be built) Bailey
Town.
A one storey wooden buil-
ing.
A two storey building, Alice
Town.

A two storey wooden build-
ing, main road, Alice Town.

A two storey stone build-
ing, known as the "Com-
missary", Cat Cay.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Name and Address Descript
of the Applicant of Licer

55. Hans W. Rawe, Hotel
Cat Cay.
56. Hans W. Rawe, Hotel
Cat Cay.
57. Hans W. Rawe, Wholesale
Cat Cay.
58. Harcourt Brown, Wholesale
Bimini.

59. Wendell Kemp, Wholesale
Rock Sound.
60. Charles Smith, Restauran
Rock Sound.

61. Charles Smith, General
Rock Sound.
62. David Sands, Proprietar
Rock Sound.
63. William Henry General
Curry,
Rock Sound.
64. William Henry Wholesale
Curry,
Rock Sound.
65. Maurice Carey, Wholesale
Rock Sound. Retail
66. C. W. Nottage, Proprietar:
Tarpum Bay.
67. A. C. Knowles, Proprietar3
Tarpum Bay.
68. Geoffrey Wholesale
Allardce Bethell,
Rock Sound.


69. David Sands,
Rock Sound.
70. Robert Samuel
Forbes,
71. Chattman A.
Burrows,
Rock Sound.
72. Harry Newbold,
Rock Sound.
73. Milton Whylly,
Millers.
74. Prince Strachan,
Waterford.
75. Richard Gibson,
Whymss Bight,
Eleuthera.
76. Henry Albert
Gibson,
Whymss Bight,
Eleuthera.
77. William Sweeting,
Deep Creek, Eleu.

78. Samuel David
Symonette,
Whymss Bight,
Eleuthera.
79. George W.
McKinney, Loras
Hill, Eleuthera.
80. Felix Delancy,
Deep Creek, Eleu.
81. Nathan Bethel,
Williams Town,
Exuma.
82. Kenneth Rolle,
Rolleville, Exuma.
83. Milton McKenzie,
Ro!leville, Exuma.
84. Anderson Rolle,
Rolleville, Exuma.
85. Milton Rolle,
Rolleville, Exuma.
86. Cornelius O.


ion of
Ice


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y


and

y


Restaurant

Restaurant

General

General

Wholesale and
Retail
Wholesale and
Retail
General

General


General

General


General

Wholesale and
Retail
General

General

General

General

General

General


Description of
Premises


A two storey stone building
known as Yacht Club Bar.
A two storey stone building
known as Kitten Key Bar.
A two storey stone building
known as the English Shop.
A two storey stone building
on the main road, Alice
Town.
A one storey building at
Fresh Creek.
A one storey stone building
on the main road, Green
Castle.
A one storey stone building
main St., Green Castle.
A one storey building on
Wilbourn Street.
A stone and wooden build-
ing on Henry Street.

A stone wooden building
on Water Lane Street.

A stone and wooden build-
ing on St. John Lane.
A concrete one storey build-
ing on Lord St.
A concrete one storey
building on Lord St.
A one storey wooden build-
ing, warehouse with asbes-
tos roof and concrete floor,
off the continuation of Long
Lane approx. 200 ft. North
of Mr. David Sands' prop-
erty known as 'The Top
Hat'.
A two storey stone building
on Long Lane.
A stone building, one storey
on Williams Street.
A one storey stone building
on Long Lane.

A one storey stone building
on Water Lane.
A stone building at Millers,
Eleuthera.
A one storey stone building
at Waterford, Eleuthera.
A one storey stone building
on Main St. at Whymss
Bight, Eleuthera.
A one storey stone building
on Main St. at Whymss,
Eight, Eleuthera.
A one storey stone building
on Main St., Daep Creek,
Eleuthera.
A stone building on Main
St., Whymss Bight, Eleu.

A one storey wooden build-
ing on Eastern side of the
public road.
A stone building on Main
Street.
A one storey stone building
at Williams Town, Exuma.

A one storey building at
Rolleville, Exuma.
A one storey stone building,
at Rolleville, Exuma.
A one storey stone building,
at Rolleville, Exuma.
A one storey building, at
Rolleville, Exuma.
A one storey stone building,


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Name and Asddress Description of Description of
of the Applicant of Licence Premises


Flowers, Steventon
Exuma.
87. Herbert W.
Nixon,
Steventon,
Exuma.
88. Uznor Musgrove,
Moss Town,
Exuma.
89. Richard F.
Smith, George
Town, Exuma
90. John R. Marshall,
George Town,
Exuma.
91. Amos Marshall
Jr., George Town,
Exuma.
92. Solomon Glass,
George Town,
Exuma
93. John W. Wright,
Port Howe,
Cat Island.
94. W. J. Swain,
New Bight,
Cat Island.
95. Otis Young,
The Bight,
Oat Island.
96. A. C. Simmons,
Old Bight,
Cat Island
97. Cathron Bethell,
The Bight,
Cat Island
98. Emanuel Rolle,
Old Bight,
Cat Island.
99. Henry Williams
Port Howe,
Cat Island.
100. Joseph
Hollingsworth,
West End,
Grand Bahama.
101. Norman Russell,
Hunters, Grand
Bahama.
102. Charles W. F.
Bethell,
Grand Bahama.
103. Austin H.
Grant, Jr.,
West End,
Grand Bahama.
104. Emma O.
Wilchcombe,
West End,
Grand Bahama.
10U. Joyce
Farrington,
West End,
Grand Bahama
106. Samuel Pinder,
Eight Mile Rock,
Grand Bahama.
107. Osborne Pinder,
Pinders Point.
108. Ralla Cooper,
West End.
109. Evelyn Armbrister
West End.
110. Harris Russell,
Braidy Point.


General


General

General

General (Beer and
Wine.)
General

General

Wholesale and
Retail
General

General

Wholesale and
Retail
General

General

Wholesale and
Retail
Restaurant


Restaurant and
Bar

Wholesale

Wholesale


Re3taura.t


Restaurant


Restaurant


Restaurant and
Bar

Restaurant and
Bar

Restaurant

Restaurant


on the Main Road at
Steventon, Exuma.
A one storey stone building,
on the Main Road at
Steventon, Exuma.

A one storey stone building,
on the Main Road at Moss
Town, Exuma.
A one storey wooden build-
ing, on the Main Road at
George Town, Exuma.
A one storey wooden build-
ing on Charlotte St. George
Town, Exuma.
A one storey wooden build-
ing on Charlotte St. George
Town, Exuma.
A one storey wooden build-
ing on Charlotte St. George
Town, Exuma.
A stone building on the
Public Road, Port Howe,
Cat Island.
A one storey stone building,
near the Main Road, New
Bight, Cat Island.
A one storey stone bu ldin:
near the Main St., at The
Bight, Cat Island.
Old Bight Road Side, by
the Public Road.

A stone building, by the
Public Road, The Bight
Cat Island.
A oneroom stone building
near to the Public Road
Moss Town.
A stone building, by the
Public Road, Port Howe.
A three room, wooden
building with shingle roof
on the Main St. in the cen-
tre of the settlement.
A wooden building, shingle
roof, Hunters, Grand Ba-
hama.
A two storey stone build-
ing roofed with iron, on the
Main Road, West End.
A portion of the lower floor
of a two storey building.

A wooden building with
shingle roof, on the Main
Street.
A three storey building
with kitchen one storey, of
the Main Road.
A one storey wooden build-
with 3 doors and 4 windows
and tile floor, at Eight
Mile Rock.
A wooden building covered
with roofing, at Pinders
Point.
A two storey block building
with shingle roof on the
front Street, West End.
A one storey wooden build-
ing, on the Main St., West
End.
The lower floor of a two
storey stone building at
Braidy Point, Grand Ba-
hama.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 9
Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant of Licence Premises


111. Lofton Cooper,
Gold Rock Creek.
112. John L. Rolle,
Holmes Rock.


113. Millage Smith,
Braidy Point.

114. James Reid,
West End,
Grand Bahama.


Restaurant and

Restaurant



Restaurant


Restaurant and
Bar


A board building, at Gold
Rock Creek, Grand Ba-
hama.
A one storey wooden build
ing, cement floor on the
Main Road at Holmes
Rock, Grand Bahama.
A one storey wooden build-
ing, on the Main Road at
Braidy Point, Grand Ba-
hama.
A one storey wooden build-
ing with zinc roof, on the
South side of the Main St.,
at Reid Town, Grand Ba-
hama.


Dated at the Magistrate's Court the 4th day of January, 1955.
HERBERT LAFAYETTE DIAH,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Head Office, Montreal, Canada
JAMES MUIR
Chairman and President
T. H. ATKINSON
Vice-President and General Manager
CONDENSED ANNUAL STATEMENT
as on 30th November, 1954


ASSETS
Cash on hand and due from banks (including items in
transit) .....................................
Government of Canada and provincial government
securities, not exceeding market value...........
Municipal and other securities, not exceeding market
value.......................................
Call loans, fully secured. ..... .................
Total quick assets.... ......... ...... ....
Other loans and discounts......................
Mortgages and hypothecs insured under the N.H.A.
(1954) .. .................................
Bank premises ..................................
Liabilities of customers under acceptance, guarantees
and letters of credit... . ....................
Other assets ....................................


$467,429,065
969,888,546
288,188,034
156,395,203

$1,881,900,848
1,031,626,844
22,672,390
24,194,181
59,349,565
7,152,016
$3,026,895,84


LIABILITIES
Deposits .............................. ........ $2,797,548,149
Acceptances, guarantees and letters of credit........... 59,349,565
Other liabilities ................................. 23,064,466
Total liabilities to the public.............. $2,879,962,180
Capital paid up ................................. 41,809,863
Rest Account ................................... 103,619,726
Undivided profits................ .................. 1,504,075
$3,026,895,844

Over 800 Branches in Canada, Argentina, Brazil, British Guiana, British
Honduras, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Cuba, Haiti, Puerto Rico,
Dominican Republic, British West Indies. Offices in New York, London and
Paris. Correspondents the world over.
New York Agency London, England
68 William Street 6 Lothbury, E.C., 2
2 Cockspur St., S.W. 1
Auxiliary in France
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA (FRANCE)
3, Rue Scribe, Paris
P. S. POTTER, Manager, Main Branch
B. S. PRITCHARD, Manager, East End Branch




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