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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU OCTOBER 6th, 1955 40

GOVERNMENT NOTICE
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The foregoing Government Notice is published as a Supplement
to this Gazette:-

No. 157-Order in Council' made under The Magistrates Act (Ch.
43)-M.P. 12069/3

No. 158
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following
appointments and promotions:-
Mr. K. G. L. Isaacs, B.A., LL.B., Solicitor General to the Acting
Attorney General with effect from 1st October, 1955. -
M.P. P.763.
Major E. F. Spencer-Harty, Deputy Commissioner of Police to be
Acting Commissioner of Police with effect from 4th Oc-
tober, 1955.-M.P. P.125.
The following appointments to take effect from the 1st Jan-
uary,. 1955:-
Mr. Cyril Burnell Ritchie, Engineer Grade I to be Supervisor
Telephone Traffic.
Mr. Edmund Eric Granger, Acting Telephone Engineer Grade PI
to be Acting Telephone Engineer Grade I.
Mr. Wayne E. Bethel to be Electrician in the Water and Sewerage
Department.
The following promotions to take effect from the 1st July,
1955:-
Mr. Cyril Frank Malone, Telegraphist Grade II to be Telegraphist
Grade I.
Mr. Joseph William Albury, Telegraphist Grade II (N.P.) to be
Telegraphist Grade I (N.P.)
Mr. James Alphaeus'Wildgoose, Telegraphist Grade II (N.P.) to
be Telegraphist Grade I (N.P.)
'Mr. Ira Ivanhoe Underwood, Telegraphist Grade III to be Tele-
graphist Grade I.
Mr. Everette Earle Russell, Telegraphist Grade III to be Tele-
graphist Grade II (N.P.)
Mr. George Cleveland Malone, Telegraphist Grade III to be Tele-
graphist Grade II.
Mr. John Phillip Culmer, Telegraphist Grade III to be Tele-
graphist Grade II (N.P.)
Mr. Rudolph George Dorsett to be Air Traffic Control Officer with
effect from the 15th August, 1955.
The following Temporary Telegraphists Grade IV to be




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appointed Telegraphists Grade III with effect from 1st September,
1955:-
Sherlock D. Russell
George B. Bethel
Stafford B. Cartwright
Jerome A. Darville
Mr. Aidan Basil Tynes to be an Air Traffic Control Officer with
effect from the 15th September, 1955.
M.P. Conf. 6178.

No. 159
Wednesday, the 12th of October, being Discovery Day will
be observed as a Public Holiday in accordance with Section 3 of
the Public Holidays Act, 1938 (Ch. 15).
M.P. 10842.
The foregoing notices numbered 157 to 159 are published by
command.
A. G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Colonial Secretary.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas.
28th September, 1955.
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 28th day of September, 1955 on the
ground that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation.
JACK AMMANN WORLD SURVEYS, LIMITED.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Magistrate's Court,
Nassau, Bahamas,
29th September, 1955.
The public is hereby notified that all applicants for licences
to operate the places mentioned below must comply with the
minimum requirements set out herein before applications for such
licences are approved by the Licensing Authority, or such licences
are renewed for the year 1956.
No licences will be granted or even considered unless the re-
quirements set out herein are fully complied with.
A. A. DEAN,
Clerk, Licensing Authority.
CATERING ESTABLISHMENTS.
(Hotels, Clubs, Restaurants, Bakeries, and other small food
establishments).
These should be stone built with adequate means of refrigera-
tion for food supplies; sinks of a type approved by the Health
Board; ample hot and cold running water; sanitary accommoda-
tion complete with intervening ventilated space and where both
sexes are employed, separate accommodation is necessary; proper
garbage and swill bins complete with tight fitting lids; sufficient
means of natural and artificial lighting ventilation; cloak room
facilities for employees and all doors and windows where neces-
sary, to be properly screened.
RETAIL BARS
Sinks of a type approved by the Health Board to ensure proper
cleansing of glasses with hot and cold water etc., sanitary accom-
modation complete with intervening ventilated space and if cater-
ing for both sexes, separate accommodation is necessary.












OFFICIAL GAZETTE 263

WHOLESALE BARS.
Sanitary conveniences for employees.
BUTCHER SHOPS
These should be stone built with an impervious floor; ample
hot and cold running water; sanitary accommodation for em-
ployees; all meats for display to be protected from dust dirt and
flies; doors and windows to be properly screen and proper garbage
bins provided.
GROCERY SHOPS
Properly screened sanitary accommodation for employees
(water borne and/or privies depending on drainage facilities in
the area); bins for rice, grits, sugar, etc. and stand for sacks of
flour; properly lighted and ventilated; and proper garbage bins
with tight fitting lids be provided.
ICE CREAM PARLOUR
These should be stone built with impervious walls and floors;
ample supply of hot and cold running water; machinery used in
the preparation of ice-cream should be approved by the Health
Board; sufficient sanitary accommodation and adequate ablution
facilities to be provided for employees, satisfactorily separated
from the manufacturing; premises; adequate means of lighting
and ventilation and proper garbage bins with tight fitting lids.
CONFECTIONERY SHOPS
If the sweets are purchased wholesale and not manufactured
on the premises, then all that is required by the Health Depart-
ment is sanitary convenience and a wash hand basin.
MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERY SHOPS
These must be stone built, with impervious walls and floors;
ample hot and cold running water; sinks of a type approved by
the Health Board; sanitary convenience for sexes; proper garbage
containers; suitable lighting and ventilation.
A. A. DEAN,
Clerk, Licensing Authority.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
PROBATE SIDE
No. 154/1955.
Whereas Gladys Mercileta Francis, of of the Southern District
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 Eliza Francis,
late of Bullock's Harbour Cay, one of the Berry Islands, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that such application will be heard by
the said Chief Justice at the expiration of 28 days from the date
hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
The Registry
Supreme Court.
30th September, 1955.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
PROBATE SIDE
No. 157/1955.
Whereas Beatrice Rolle, of the settlement of Mangrove Cay in
the Island of Andros, one of the Bahama Islands, Widow, has made
application to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Baha-
ma Islands for letters of Administration of the real and personal
estates of Basil Rolle, late of [Mangrove Cay, Andros Island, de-
ceased.
Notice is hereby, given that such application will be heard by
the said Chief Justice at the expiration of 28 days from the date
hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
30th September, 1955.














264 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

IN THE SUPREME COURT
PROBATE SIDE
No. 159/1955
Whereas Charles Herbert Fisher, of the Southern District 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 Richard
Thomas Fisher, late of the Southern District, New Providence,
Bahamas, Plumber and Engineer, 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.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
3rd October, 1955.


ELECTION NOTICE
In accordance with The General Assembly Elections Act 1946
I do hereby, by virtue of, and pursuant to, a Writ of Election direct-
ed to me for the Election of One Member to represent the District
of Harbour Island, in the present General Assembly of these Is-
lands, give public notice that on the Eighth day of October next,
an Election will be held at Dunmore Town in the Island of Har-
bour Island on which day between the hours of nine o'clock in the
morning and twelve o'clock noon the nomination papers of Can-
didates for election will be received by Neville Ernest Bosfield
Esq., Returning Officer at The Commissioner's Office at Dunmore
Town, Harbour Island' and I do hereby further give notice that in
case there are more Candidates nominated on that day than there
are vacancies to fill, Polls will be held on the 29th day of October
next by the following Returning Officers at the undermentioned
places viz:-
Polling Division No. 1-Harbour Island, Neville Ernest Bos-
field Esq.
Polling Division No. 2-St. George's Cay, Blois Higgs Esq.
Polling Division No. 3-The Current Settlement and Current
Island., Errol Lawrence Symonette Esq.
Polling Division No. 4-The Bluff Settlement, John H. Hilton
Esq., J.P.
Polling Division No. 5-The Bogue Settlement, George S.
Moss Esq., J.P.
Dated the 3rd day of October 1955.

E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS
Provost MarshaL


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE 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 Thursday, the 13th day of October, 1955 at 4:30 o'clock
p.m. 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 Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises
345. Henry Wing Restaurant. The premises pre-


Wong,
Nassau.


sently occupied and
known as the "Out
Island Cafe", situated
on Bay St.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 265
Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


346. Fufus
Livingstone
Sands.
Three Peas
Corner.
347. Cecil J.
Traill-Hill,
East Bay St.

348. Mitchell Anthony
Baker,
Nassau.




349.. John Edward
Wilson.
Engleston.

350. H. M. Taylor,
Bay St.




246. John Harrison
Knowles,
Mangrove Bush,
Long Island.
247. Albert Ernest
Sawyer,
(Dunmore Town)
Harbour Is.


Wholesale Bar


Restaurant.



Wholesale Bar






Wholesale Bar



General Liquor.
Licence.



OUT ISLANDS
General Liquor



Wholesale


One storey stone
building, situate,
eastern side Three
Peas Corner, Bains
Town.
One storey stone
building, situate,
Oakes Airfield Road,
and Poinciana Drive.
The lower floor of
a two storey wood &
stucco building, sit-
uate, Northern side
East Shirley St.
known as Paradise
Gardens.
One storey stone
building, situate, En-
gleston, near Deveaux
Theatre.
The ground floor of
a two storey stone
building, situate, East
St. opposite Young
St. N.P.

One storey stone
building, situated
Mangrove Bush, Long
Island.
One storey stone
building, situate,
Barracks street north,
near Barracks Hill.


TRANSFERS
Name and Address Description of Name of Licensee
of the Applicant Licence and the Premises
350. Jim Glico, Wholesale To new premises at


East Shirley St.


351. Reginald
George
Nefzger.
352. Reginald
George
Nefzger.


Dated at Nassau,


Hotel Licence


Oakes Airfield. One
storey stone building,
and known as the
New Airport Restau-
rant.
Three storey stone
building, known as
the Windsor Hotel,


Music & Dancing situate at the corner
of Bay and Frede-
rick Sts. for same
premises as No. 351
above.
N.P. the 5th day of October 1955.
A. A. DEAN,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


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 will be held at the Magistrate's
Court on Thursday, the 13th day of October, 1955 at 4:30 o'clock
p.m. 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:















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Name and Address
of the Applicant
187 Stanley Pratt,
Market St.
South.



188. Horatio H.
Wilchcombe,
Market St.
South.
189. Hartman A.
Wood,
Wulff Road.



190. Jane Davis
Silas,
Kemp Road.



191. Cephas Rolle,
Chippingham.




192. W. L. McNeil,
Nassau &
Meeting Sts.

193. Nomicos
Klonaris.
West St.



194. Clifford James
Wilson,
Market St.




195. Margaret
'Morris.
Augusta St.
South.

196. Garland Wayde
Sands,
Albury's Lane.


197. Gertrude I.
Archer, East St.
South

198. East Bay
Rentals Ltd.
Nassau,
through
D. Roberts,
the Secretary.


LICENCES
Description of
Licence


Description of
Premises


Restaurant & Ice- The ground floor
Cream of a two storey stone
building, situate,
Market St. South,
near Paul Meeres
Theatre.
Meat Market One storey wooden
building, situate, cor-
ner Deveaux and
Market Streets.
Cool Drink & Pastry. One storey wooden
building, situate, im-
mediately East of
Joseph Rolle's prop-
eity (Joe Billy) Fow-
Ier Street.
Shop Licence, to One room of the
sell beauty prepara- bottom floor of a two
tions clothing, storey stone building,
and Notions. situate, western side
7ast St. opposite
Sha'imar.
To sell cut flowers, One store3 wooden


and pottery.


Groceries and
Vegetables.


To sell shoes and
general
merchandise



Fruits & Vegetables.


uuiluing, situart, East
Ba y St. opposite
Kelly's Motor Co.
known as Kemps
building.
A one storey stone
building, situate, cor-
er of Nassau and
Meeting Streets.
Bottom floor of a
two storey stone
building, situate, Bay
St. one door west of
Thomas Armally's
Store.
Fruit stand on open
lot of lMrs. Natalie
Boswell, situate Geo.
St. between Light-
bou'ne's Pharmacy
& Rubins Depart-
ment Store.


Grocery & Notions. One storey stone
building, situate, cor-
ner of Peter St. and
Blue Hill Road east-
ern side.
General Food store, One storey stone
to sell grocery, meats, building, s i tu a t e,
fruits, cakes, Montrose Ave. near,
pastry & Vegetables. Wayde's Food Mar-


Lunch Room



Car Rentals
and Office.



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ket.
One storey stone
building, situate, East
St. South, opposite
Jockey Club.
One storey shed
roof building, situate,
Bay St. old J. P.
Sands building, west-
ern portion.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Name and Address
of the Applicant
199. Richard Stubbs,
Wulff Road.




200. Nathaniel
Roker,
Dunmore
Lane.
201. Algernon L.
Roberts,
Nassau.

202. Isaac Allen
Newton,
Cumberland
Street.
203. Lillian Oliver,
Ross Corner.


204. Bahamas Book
& Bible House.
through Rev.
John M.
Wilkerson
the Secretary.
205. Vernell Allen,
Mackey St.
South.


206. Philip Richard
Vargas, West
St.


207. Jim Glico,
Oakes Field.
Nassau.






208. George N.
Lloyd.
Kemp Road.


209. Bahamas
(Whitecap)
Company Ltd.
Charles William
Pemberton,
Secretary.

210. Blanch Higgs,
Blue Hill Road.

211. Arthur W.
Grant,
Tin Shop
Corner.


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Description of
of Licence
Furniture
and Hardware.




Grocery and
Meat Market


Dry goods, straw
works, and other
Native goods.

General Shop
Licence, to sell
furniture etc.

Dry goods and
Notions.


To sell Bibles and
other Religious
literature, include.
ing religious

records, cards, etc.
Notions, etc.




Shop Licence
(General)



To sell novelties,
household goods
and appliances,
clothing, sporting
equipment, hard-
w a r e supplies,
photographic
equipment and
supplies.
Grocery.




Shop Licence to
sell fish and fish
products, (fresh,
frozen, canned,
etc.) groceries
and other food
products.
Grocery Shop.


Ice-Cream
and
Confectionery.


Description of
Premises
Portion of the
ground floor of a two
storey stone building,
situate, western side
of East St. South,
opp. Gospel Hall.
One storey stone
building, corner o:
Meadows and West
Sts.
One storey wooden
building, South side
Bay St. near J. P
Smnms.
One room of a one
storey stone building,
situate, Cumberland
St.
One storey wooden
building, situate,
R o s s Corner and
East St.
The ground floor of
a three storey stone
building, situate,
North side of Trinity
Place.

One storey wooden
building, situate,
v western side Mackey
St. South, near St.
George's Park.
One storey wooden
building, situate,
West St. immediately
south of Tea House
Bar., eastern side.
The eastern part of
a one storey stone
building, situate, five
doors east of Mackey
St. Northern side.




One room of a one
storey wooden build-
ing, situate, "Five
Pound Lot" St.
James' Road South.
A one storey stone
building, Western
side Montrose Ave.
Eastern District.



One storey stone
building, situate,
Lewis Street.
One storey stone
building, situate, Blue
Hill Road western
side, opposite Zanzi-
bar Hotel.















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


212. MiVtchel
Anthony
Baker,
Nassau.


213. Sybil Miller,
McCollough
Corner.

Dated at Nassau,


Shop. To sell, The eastern portion
dry goods, of a one storey stone
clothing, shoes, building, sit u a t e
and Notions. southern side East
Ba y St. between
York and Maude Sts.
Cool Drink One storey stone
Stand. building, situate in
Mason's Addition.

N.P. the 5th day of October 1955.
A. A. DEAN,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


















SUPPLEMENT TO THE



OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU OCTOBER 6th, 1955 40


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 157
The sub-joined Order in Council made under The Magistrates
Act (Ch. 43) is published for general information.
M.P. 12069/3
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE MAGISTRATES ACT
(Ch. 43)
WHEREAS by section 10 of the Magistrates Act the Governor
in Council may by Order in Council nominate any Justice of the
Peace, and empower him to try- cases singly within the limits of
any district or area to be defined by the Order during the period
to be specified in such Order:
NOW THEREFORE the Governor in Council in exercise of
the powers vested in him by the said section 10 of the Magistrates
Act hereby nominates Mr. Ellis Boyd, Justice of the Peace for
the Northern Abaco Cays, to try cases singly in the Northern Abaco
Cays.
This Order shall come into force on the fourteenth day of
November, 1955, and shall expire on the fourteenth day of Nov-
ember, 1956.
Ordered in Council this 5th day of October, 1955.
K. O'B. HARDING,
Clerk to the Executive Council.


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