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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU DECEMBER 1, 1955 48

GOVERNMENT NOTICES
No 189.
His Excellency the Governor has approved of the appointment
of Mr. Oswald Moseley to be a Temporary Member of the Agri-
cultural and Marine Products Board during the absence from the
Colony of Mr. A. E. J Dupuch, O. B. E., M. H. A.
M.P. 13439/3.

No. 190.
It is hereby notified that an application for registration under
the industriess Encouragement Act, 1951, has been received from
Nassau Wear for the manufacture of garments of all descriptions,
Shirts, Blouses, Shorts, Jackets, Trousers, Suits, etc. and Indus-
trial Clothing with the use of Cotton, Rayon and other synthetic
yard goods. It is proposed to established this Factory at Sixth
Street, Centreville, New Providence.
Any person objecting to the registration of such Factory
should give notice in writing of his objection and of the grounds
for such objection to the Colonial Secretary before the 22nd day
of December, 1955.
M.P. 14266 V.
The foregoing notices numbered 189 and 199 are published
by command.
A G. H. GARDNER-BROWN,
Colonial Secretary.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

Registrar General's Office,
1st. November, 1955
THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that under the provisions of The Removal of
Defunct Companies Act I nave struck off the undermentioned
Company as and from the 1st November, 1955 on the ground
that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation:--
VICTORIA SHIPPING COMPANY LIMITED.
JAMES LIDDELL
Registrar General.


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312 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Registrar General's Office
15th November, 1955
THE REMOVAL OF DEFUNCT COMPANIES ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that under the provisions of The Removal of
Defunct Companies Act (Chapter 84) I have struck off the under-
mentioned Company as and from the 1st November, 1955 on the
grounds that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation:-
PROGRESSIVE INVESTMENTS LIMITED.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


TENDER NOTICE
Tenders are invited by the Public Board of Works for any
or all of the following materials to be delivered during the six
months period 1st. Jan. to 30th. June 1956. The right is' reserved
to extend the Contract for the remaining periods of the. year, 1st.
July to 31st. December 1956, if so desired' by the Board.
(1) Stone and Lime
(2) Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating Oils, Grease.
(3) Cut Back Asphalt and Asphalt Emulsions.
Specifications, Tender Forms, and further particulars may be
obtained at the office, Public Works Department, Nassau Court.
Tenders must be enclosed in sealed envelopes, marked "Ten-
ders for Supplies" and submitted not later than Noon, Wednesday
28th. December 1955.
The right is reserved to accept or reject any or all Tenders.
By Order
R. A. FORD,
Clerk (Actg.)
P.B.W.


NOTICE
Tenders are invited for Transportation in connection with the
Out Island Light Service. Specifications can be seen at the offices
of the Public Works Department at Nassau Court.
Tenders must be sealed and marked "Tenders Out Island
Lights Service" and must be submitted not later than noon, Wed-
nesday 28th. December 1955.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or all Tenders.
By Order
R. A. FORD,
Clerk (Actg.)
P.B.W.


Registrar General's Office,
28th November, 1955.
NEW REGISTER OF VOTERS
ADJOURNED REGISTRATIONS will be held as follows:-
EASTERN DISTRICT-Polling Division No. 2. On MONDAY
5th December in the Eastern Junior School No. 2 (Corner of
Mackey and Shirley Streets).
CITY DISTRICT On MONDAY 19th December, in the
Registry.
Both registrations will be held from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General,
Revising Officer.


NOTICE TO MARINERS

Memory Rock Beacon Little. Bahama Bank was relit on the
24th November 1955.
G. C. STUBBS,
Director of Public Works.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 313

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 8th day of December, 1955,
at 3 o'clock p.m. for the purposes of granting licences (and
transfers of licences) under the above Act.
The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of the
licences specified below.
RENEWALS FOR 1956
LICENCES.

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


1. Earl Wilson,
Sear's Addition,
N.P.
2. George A. A.
Clare, Base
Road, N.P.

3. Jack
Christofilis,
Trading as
"Christofilis
Brothers"
Nassau.
4. Roy Munro
Solomon,
Nassau,
N.P.

5. Thomas
Peter Maury,
Nassau,
N.P.

6. Cedric
Douglass
Russell,
Nassau.

7. Marietta
Joseph,
N.P.

8. Cardinal N.
Ingraham,
St. James' Rd.
9. Bruce
Kilroy
Thompson,
Nassau.
10. Kenneth
F. Butler,
Nassau.

11. Henry N. B.
Ferguson, Pine-
DT)al Ave.

12. Cleveland
Nesbitt,
Delaport,
Nassau.


Wholesale Bar


do.



do.


1956 One storey stone
building, s i t u a t e,
Sears Addition.
do. One storey stone
building, East side of
Base Rd. "Pig and
Whistle Bar".
do. One storey stone
building Virginia
Street, South side.


do. do. Ground floor of a
t w o storey stone
building, situate,
south side of Bay
Street, City.
do. do. Ground floor of a
two storey stone
building, situate,
corner of Bay and
Charlotte St. City.
do. do. One storey stone
building, known as
"main Airport build-
ing" situate, Oakes
Field.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate ,
Eastern side, Far-
rington Road.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
St. James' Rd. South.
do. do. Lower floor of a
t wo storey stone
building, Bay St.
Nassau.
do. do. Lower floor of a
two storey stone
building, Marl-
borough and West Sts.
do. do. Lower floor of a
two storey stone
building Pine Dale
Ave. N. P.
do. do. One storey stone
building, in settle-
ment of Delaport
N.P















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


13. Bruce Huyler,
Dumping
Ground Rd.


14. Mitchel
Anthony
Baker,
Nassau.


15. John Edwin
Wilson,
Engleston,
N.P.
16. George Baker,
William St.






17. Charles A.
McKinney,
Wullf's Rd.


18. Thomas
Saunders,
Sunlight
Cottage,
Nassau.
19. Franklyn
Clarke,
Coconut
Grove,
N.P.
20. Richard
Farrington,
Meadows St.

21. Edgar R.
Bain, Blue
Hill Rd., Nassau;

22. Gretal
Thompson,
Mackey St.
South.
23. Theodore
Knowles,
Shirley
Heights.


24. Neil A.
Mctaggart,
President,
Cellars Wine
Shop Limited,
Nassau.
25. Neil A.
Mctaggart,
President,
Cellars Wine
Shop Limited,
Nassau.


do. do. One storey wooden
building, situate,
dumping ground Rd.
Western District.
do. do. Ground floor of a
t wo storey stucco
building, situate,
north side E a st
Shirley St. known as
"Paradise Gardens".
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate ,
E a s t e rn side,
"Engleston".
do. do. Portion of t h e
ground floor of a
three storey stone
building, situate,
southern side of Bay
St. known as "The
Windsor Hotel".
do. do. One storey stone
building, "Known as
High Noon", situated
on Wulff Rd. (North
Side).
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Sunlight Cottage, N.P.


do.




Wholesale Bar


do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Cocoanut Grove, on
street north of Conch
Shell Club.
1956 One storey wooden


and stucco building
situate, southern side
of Brougham Street.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate.
south side Wulff rd.
near Mackey Street.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
western side East
Street.
do. do. One storey stose
building, situate,
north side of street
running east & West
south of Bird Land
Night Club.
do. do. Ground floor of a
three storey stone
building, situate,
south side Bay Street
near British Colonial
Hotel gate.
do. do. One storey : stone
building, situate,
southern corner of
Bay & Charlotte Sts.
City, of Nassau.












OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Name and Address
of the Applicant

26. Walter
Alexander
Rolle,
Kemps Rd.


27. Kingsbury
Russell,
New Providence.



28. Kingsbury
Russell,
N.P.




29. Bdmund B.
Munnings,
West and
Flem. St.

30. Jervis L.
Glinton,
Mackey St.
South.

31. Sydpitt
Agencies Ltd.
New Providence.


32. Vincent H.
Walkes,
Coconut Grove.


33. Wilfred
Rahmings,
West St.
South.
34. Raymond W.
Sawyer,
Nassau, N.P.



35. James
Gratian Moncur
Nassau St.


36. Audley C.
Kemp, East
St. South,
Nassau.

37. George
A. Dean,
Western
District.


Description of
Licence


Description of
Premises


do. do. One storey stone
building, East-
ern side Kemp Rd.
midway between
Shirley Street and
Wulff Rd.
do. do. Ground floor of a
three storey stone
building, situate,
south side Bay Street
(known as Hoffer &
Freimark).
do. do. Ground floor of a
two storey stone
building, situate,
north side Bay Street
between George and
M a r k et Streets
(Brewers).
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate.
corner of West and
Flemming Sts.,
Southern District.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
western side, Mackey
St. south, near Bowe's
Cocoanut Grove.
do. do. Ground floor of a
t wo storey stone
building, situate,
in Shirlea Sub-
division.
do. do. One storey stone
building, "known as
Pride of the Grove",
situate, Cocoanut
Grove.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
eastern side West St.
South.
General Liquor do. Ground floor of the
Grand Stand at Hob-
by Horse Hall,
situate, Western
district of the Island
of New Providence.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
corner of Blue Hill
and Base Roads,
Southern District.
do. do. Ground floor of a
t wo storey stone
building, situate,
west side of East St.
South.
do. do. Lower floor of a
t wo storey stone
building, known as
the "After Work
Bar", situate, Lilly
of the Valley St.

















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


38. Kingsbury do. do.
Russell,
Nassau,
N.P.


39. William E.
Martin,
Chairman,
Masonic
Rest Club,
New Providence.
40. W. D. McKenzie,
Chairman,
Bahamian
Club,
Nassau, N.P.
41. Henry Newell
Kelly, sec-
retary of
the Bahamas
Country Club,
Nassau.
42. Joan Light-
bourne,
Secretary,
The Nassau
Lawn Tennis
Club.
43. Morris Finsen,
Secretary,
the Porcupine
Club.
44. C. D. Russell,
Chairman,
Skyline
Club,
Nassau, N.P.
45. Edgar R.
Bain,
Nassau, N.P.


46. Hedley V.
Edwards,
Chairman,
The Adastra
Garden Club,
Nassau, N.P.
47. Emelious
S. Mackey,
Secretary,
Grants Town,
Nassau.


48. Solomon
Rolle, East
St., New
Providence.
The Secretary.
49. Arnold L.
Flowers,
Quakco St.,
Nassau,
The Secretary.


Proprietary 1956
Club




Proprietary 195(
Clrbh



do. do.





Members Club. do.





Proprietary 195(
Club


Lower floor of a
two storey stone
building, situate,
St. between Bay &
eastern side of Market
King Sts. Nassau.
Ground floor of
the Masonic build-
ing, situate, Kemp
Rd. Nassau.


SA two storey stone
building, situate,
south side Bay St.
west, opposite West-
ern Esplanade.
S t o n e building,
situate, West Bay St.,
Golf Links Premises.



One storey stone
building, situate,
east side Market St.
South, opp. Govern-
ment house grounds.

6 One storey stone
building, situate,
on Hog Island, N.P.


do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
east of the main
Airport building,
Oakes Airfield.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate
West Bay St. in the
settleme nt of
Gambia.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Chippingham in the
Western District of
the Island of New
Providence.
do. do. Second floor of a
two storey stone
building, situate.
western side Blue
Hill Rd. and known
as the "Blue Hill
Amusement Club".
do. do. Two storey stone
building, situate,
south side Laird St.
w i t h adjourning
Patios.
do. do. One storey stone
building, north side
of Quakoo St. South-
ern District, an d
known as Club "47".


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 317
Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


50. Harry George
Smith, South-
ern District.



51. Julius Kingsley
Wilson,
Sear's Addition.


52. Samuel S.
White, Ross
Corner, N.P.


53. Elizabeth
Sinclair,
Fox Hill
District.


54. Retiro Land
Co. Ltd.,
Nassau.



55. George
Constantakis,
Nassau.

56. Henry Newell
Kelly,
Nassau.



57. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
Nassau.

58. Reginald
G. Nefzger,
Nassau.




59. Edgar R.
Bain,
Nassau.




60. Gretal
Thompson,
Eastern District.


Restaurant and do. Ground floor of :a
Bar t wo storey stone
building, situate,
western side Blue
Hill Rd. & Cambridge
Lane.
do. do. Two storey wooden
building, situate,
Hospital Lane and
Cambridge A 11 e y
(the ground floor).
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
southern s i d e of
Ross corner, South-
ern District.
do. do. Ground floor of
two storey stone and
s t u c co building,
situate, east side of
Main St. Fox Hill,
N.P.
do. do. Two storey stone
building, situate,
Meeting a n d De-
lancey Sts., known
as "Buena Vista
Hotel".
do. do. Ground floor of a
t w o storey stone
building, situate,
Charlotte St., Nassau.
Hotel do. Six storey stone
building known as
the "British Colonial
Hotel" situate Marl-
borough and Bay Sts.,
Nassau.
Hotel do. Two storey stone
building, situate,
west side Frederick
Street, Nassau.
Hotel do. Three storey stone
building known as
the "Windsor Hotel"
situate at the corner
of Bay and Frederick
Streets in the city of
Nassau.
Hotel do. Two storey stone
building known as
"The Silver Slipper
Gardens" situate on
the eastern side of
East Street South,
Two storey stone
Hotel do. building covered with
shingles and known
ns the "Mermaid
Hotel" situate on the
corner of Lewis and
Market Streets in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.









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


61. Wilfred G. Hote
Cash,
Nassau.


62. Alexander
Constantakis,
Nassau.


63. Donald
Murray
Delahey,
Nassau.

64. Kalliope
P. Mallis,
Nassau.


65. Edward
James McCoy,
Nassau, N.P.



66. Constance
Gill Rodriquez,
Nassau.



67. Wesler T.
Keenan,
Nassau, N.P.



68. James John
Moses,
Nassau.



69. William E.
'Martin,
Nassau.


70. Bruce Kilroy
Thompson,
Nassau.

71. Henry Newell
Kelly,
Nassau.



72. W. D.
McKenzie,
Nassau, N.P.


l, Renewal 1956 Two storey stone
building, situate,
corner of St. James'
Rd. and East Shirley
Street, known as
"Alpha Hotel".
do do Two storey stone
building, situate,
West Hill St. and
known as "Olympia
Hotel".
do. do. Three storey stone
building, situate,
north side Bay St.
and known as "Prince
George Hotel".
.do do Three storey stone
building, known as
"Imperial Ho t e I ",
situate at the corner
of Marlborough St. &
Nassau Court.


do. New App. do Three. storey stone
under construction to
be known as "The
T o w n e Hotel",
situate, George St.
Nassau.
do. do. Two storeV stone
building, (to be con.
structed) situate,
south s id e East
Shirley St. ne a r
Kemp Rd.
do. Renewal do. Five storey stone
building, situate ,
at Emerald Beach
and known as "The
Emerald B e a c h
Hotel".
do. do. Four storey stone
building, known as
"Elizabeth Hote 1 ",
situate, north side of
Bay St., City of
Nassau.
Music & do. Ground floor of
Dancing three storey stone
building, known as
MV asonic Rest.
situate, Kemp Road.
do. do. Three storey stone
building on Bay St.
known as Flamingo
Hotel.
do. do. Six storey stone
building, situate,
Bay & Marlborough
Sts. and known as
the British Colonial
Hotel.
do. do. Two storey stone
building, situate,
West Bay St. and













OFFICIAL GAZETTE' 319

Name and Address Description of Description ot
of the Applicant Licence Premises


73. Henry Newell
Kelly, Nassau.



74. Cedric Douglas
Russell,
Nassau.


75. King Fer-
guson,
Lucky Heart
Corner.

76. Cleveland
Nesbitt,
Delaport.

77. Reginald G.
Nefzger,
Nassau.
M8. Julius
Kingsley
Wilson,
New Prov.

79. E. R. Bain,
Blue Hill
Road,
Nassau.

80. E. R. Bain
Blue Hill
Road, Nassau.


81. Elizabeth
Sinclair,
Fox Hill.

82. Gretal
Thompson,
Mackey St
South.
83. Hedley V.
Edwards,
Chippingham.


84. Emelious
Mackey,
Southern
District,
N.P.
85. Solomon
Rolle,
Southern
District.


known as the "Ba-
hamian Club".
do. do. A stone building
known as "Bahamas
Country C 1 ub ''
situate on West Bay
St.
do. do. One stotey stone
building known as
Skyline Club, situate,
Main Airport build-
ing.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
south side "Lucky
H e a t Corner"
Southern District.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
settlement of Dela-
port.
do. do. Three storey stone
building, known as
Windsor Hotel.
do. do. Ground floor of
two storey wooden
building, situate,
corner Hospital Lane
& Cambridge Alley.
Music & 1956 Two storey stone
Dancing building known as
''Silver Slipper
Gardens" sit u a t e,
East St. South.
do. do. One storey stone
building, known as
Travellers R e s t,
situate West Bay St.
near Gambia Village.
do. do. Two storey stucco
bui 1 id in g, situate,
north side of Main
St. Fox Hill.
do. do. Two storey stone
building, situate cor-
ner Lewis and Mar-
ket Sts.
do. do. One storey stone
building, known as
"Adastra Gardens"
situate, in Chipping-
ham.
do. do. Second floor of two
storey stone building,
situate, west side
Blue Hill Road, opp.
Hay Street.
do. do. Two storey stone
building, known as
Flamingo Club, situ-
St e. southern side
Laird St. ,Near East
Street.













OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Name and Address
of the Applicant

86. Alexander
Constantakis,
Nassau.


87. Retiro Land
Company Ltd.
Nassau.


88. Donald
Murray
Delahey,
Nassau.

89. Kalliope P.
Maillis,
Nassau,
N.P.

90. George A.
Dean,
Nassau, N.P.


91. Arnold L.
Flowers,
Quackoo St




92. Harry George
Smith, Nassau.



93. Wceler T.
Keenan,
Nassau, N.P.
94. James John
Moses,
Nassau, 'N.P.
, 95. Erik Arne
Lindroth,
Nassau, N.P.

96. Maud Collymore,
Nassau, N.P.

97. Ronald Bethel,
Rupert Dean
Lane.




98. Robert H.
Symonette,
Nassau.


99. Robert H.
Symonette,
Nassau, N.P.


Description of
Licence


Description ot
Premises


, do.




do.


Wh
L


do. Lower floor of a
two storey stone
building, situate,
corner Cambridge
Alley & Blue Hill Rd.
do. The E m e r a d
Beach Hotel.


do. do. The Royal Eliza-
beth Hotel, north
side of Bay St., City.
do. do. One storey stone
building, known as
Paradise Beach,
situate at Hog Island.
olesale 1956 One storey wooden
iquor bui 1 ding, situate,
east side, Nassau St.
do. do. Ground floor of
two storey stone
build ing, situate,
Rupert Dean's Lane
South, Western Dis-
trict.
do. do. One storey stone
bui ding, situate,
north eastern corner
of Bay & East Sts.,
City.
do. do. Two storey stone
building (Lower
Floor) situate, south


do. do. Two storey stone
bui 1 ding, situate,
West Hill Street and
known as the Olym-
pia Hotel.
do. do. The premises
known as the "Buena
Vista Hotel" situated,
Delancey & Meeting
Sts.
do. do. Three storey stone
building, known as
the Prince George
Hotel, situate, north
side of Bay St., City.
do. do. Three storey stone
building, known as
Imperial Hotel, situ-
ate, southern side of
Marlborough Street.
do. do. The ground floor of
a two storey build-
ing, known as "Af-
ter Work Bar", situ-
ate, Lilly of the Val-
lev Street.
do. ',do. One storey stone
building, known as
"Club 47", situate,
orth side Quakoo
St. in the Southern
District.


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OFFICIAL GAZETTE 321
Description of Description of Name and Address
Premises Licence of the Applicant
side of West Bay St.
and Known as Treg-
low's Apartments.


100. William H.
Knowles,
Nassau, N.P.


101. Erik Arne
Lindroth,
Nassau, N.P.

102. William A.
Carey,
Shirlea.


do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
north side, Farring-
ton Road in the West-
ern District.
General Liquor 1956 One storey wooden
building, situate,
at Paradise Beach,
Hog Island.
Wholesale 1956 One storey stucco
Renewals b u i 1 idin g, situate,
corner Shirley and
Mackey Street.


NEW APPLICATIONS 1956
405. Irene Christie, Restaurant 1955 Two storey stone


406. George
Glinton,
Kemps Road,
N.P.


407. Richard
Chester
Thompson,
Nassau, N.P.



408. Susan
Augusta
Symonette,
Nassau, N.P.


R

1. Wilfred Mackey,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.

2. Ivan Johnson,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.

3. Robert E.
Braynen,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
4. Samuel Bernard
Coakley,
Calabash Bay,
Andros.
5. Raphael Wemyss,
Behring Pt.,
Andros.


building, known as
the "Colonial Guest
House", situate,
south side Marl-
borough Street.
Wholesale do. One storey wooden
building, situate,
corner of Young and
Market Sts. Southern
District.
TRANSFERS
do. do. The northern store
on the ground floor
of the Boyle Build-
ing, situate on the
western side of East
St. adjourning the
Arcade.
do. do. C. W. Prudden, a
one storey wooden
building, situate at
Masons' Addition,, in
the Southern Dis-


ENEWALS FOR 1956
OUT ISLANDS
General 1956 One storey stone
Liquor b u i ding, situate,
Main St. Bowen
Town.
do. do. One storey wooden
building, situate,
back st. Fresh Creek,
Andros.


do. do. One storey
build ding,
Behring Pt.


stone
situate,
Andros.


do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Calabash Bay, An-
dros.
do. One storey stone
building, situate,
at Behring Pt. settle-
ment.


Nassau,
N.P.










322 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Description of
Premises

6. Urban Earlin
Cargill,
Calabash Bay,
Andros.
7. Aremintha
Braynen,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
8. Ramond Pinder,
Small Hope,
Andros.


9. Lillian Taylor,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
10. Lloyd Edward
Minnis,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
11. James Henry
Gay,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
12. Arnold Cargill,
Andros Town,
Andros.



13. Kenneth Sudin,
Mgr. for and on
behalf of Andros
Bahamas Devel-
opment Co., Ltd.,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
14. Edgar R. Bain,
Nassau,
through Clarence
Bain, the Secre-
tary.

15. James Henry
Gay,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
16. Kenneth Sundin,
Mgr., Andros
Bahamas Devel-
opment Co., Ltd.
(Andros Town),
Fresh Creek,
Andros.

17. James Henry
Gay,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.
18. Kenneth Sundin,
Mgr., Andros
Bahamas Devel-
opment Co., Ltd.,
Fresh Creek,
Andros.


Description of
Licence


Name and Address
of the Applicant


do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Back st., Calabash
Bay Andros.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Cross st. Fresh Creek
Andros.
do. do. One storey wooden
building, situate,
Main St., Small
Hope.

Restaurant and One storey s t one
Bar building, situate,
Fresh Creek Andros.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Mi ddle st., Fresh
Creek, Andros.
do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
Main St. Fresh
Creek, Andros.
do. do. One storey stone
building, known as
"Canteen Kitchen",
Fresh Creek, Andros.


Proprietary
Club


1956 One storey stone
building, situate,
Fresh Creek Andros;
better known as "An-
dros Town."


do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
main st. Fresh Creek



do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
main st. Fresh Creek
A.dros.
Hotel. Stone building
situated at Andros:
Town, Fresh Creek,
Andros.




Wholesale 1956 One storey stone
building, situate,
main st. Fresh Creek
Andros.
do. do. Stone building
known as the "Light-
house Club," Andros
Town, Fresh Creek
District.










OFFICIAL GAZETTE 323

do. do. Description of Description of
Licence Premises


19. Edgar R. Bain,
Nassau,
through
Clarence Bain.
Dated at Nassau


do. do. One storey stone
building, situate,
cross st. Fresh Creek
Andros.
N.P., the 29th day of November, 1955.
A. A. DEAN,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE 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 8th day of December, 1955,
at 3 p.m. 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


240. Paul Roberts, General Shop
Nassau, N.P.


241. Brigham
Ingersoll Lee,
Nassau.


242. Remonica
Wallace,
Martin St.,
Nassau.

243. Harold C. C.
Stuart,
Eastern Road,
N.P.


244. Loree Delahey,
New Providence.


245. Harry D.
Malone,
Albury's Lane,
N.P.

246. Israel W.
Hepburn,
Blu_ Hill Rd.


247 Amanda
And'erson,
3 Peas Corner,
N.P.

248. Maurice
Roberts,
Sears Addition.


Shop (shoe, dry
goods & notions)




Petty Shop.




Dry goods and
Notions.





Jewellery, Leather
and Straw Mer-
chandise and
Notions.
Shop. Souveniers,
straw, and
shell work.


Butcher Shop.






Shop. (Cakes, bread.
etc.)


General Shop
Licence.


One storey wooden
building, situate,
north side Bay St.
immediately west of
Maura Lumber Co.
Ground floor of a
two storey stone
building, "The Gem
Pharmacy," situated,
south side Bay St.
One storey stone
building, situate,
D an's Street, be-
tween Nassau and
Augusta Sts.
The lower floor of
a two storey stone
building, situate,
eastern side East St.
opposite, Royal Vic-
toria Hotel.
Part of the Treg-
lown Building situate
West Bay Street.

Portion of one
storey stone build-
ing, situate, immedi-
ately north of "Carl-
ton House" East St.
Ground floor of
two storey stone
building, situate, east
side Blue Hill Road
opp. Rodgers Corner.
One storey wooden
building, situate,
Meadows St., near
the Dumping Ground
Road.
One storey stone
building, situate,
main st. Sears Addi-
tion.











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


249. A. B. Malcolm,


Nassau.


250. A. B. Malcolm,
Nassau.



251. A. B. Malcolm,
Nassau.


252. A. B. Malcolm,
Nassau.

253. Mildred Smith,
Market Street.

254. A. Spurgeon
Russell,
Nassau.




255. H. D. Colburn,
for Bahamas
Book & Bible
House,
Nassau.
256. Mildred McNeil,
New Base Road.



257. Cleomie Hart,
Sunlight Cottage.

258. K. S. Moses
& Sons,
Nassau.

259. Helen Clarke,
Wulff Road.


260. Leon L.
Burrows,
Shirley Hgts.

261. Petra Wilson,
Market Street.


262. Marinetta
Hanna,
Market Street.

263. Cleveland
McKenzie,
Wulff Road.


264. Fotios Scarlotos,
Eastern Road.


Gas Station-
tyres, tubes
and auto part


do.



do.


G
a


Snack-bar


Dry Goods
and Notions.





Books, Auto-
mobiles and
Parts.


Dry Goods,
Jewellery,
Meat,
Groceries
and Notions.


One storey stone
building, situate,
West Bay Street near
s. I-Need-A Laundry.
One storey stone
building, situate,
do. corner of Hay Street
and Blue Hill Road.
Ground Floor of a
two storey stone
do. building, situate,
East Shirley Street.
Two storey stone
building, situate,
Bay Street, City.
One storey stone
building, situate,
Martin Street.
Ground floor of a
three-storey stone
building owned by
the Nassau Bicycle
Co. situate Market
Street.
A one-storey stone
building, situate,
corner Dog Flea Al-
ley and Shirley St.

A one-storey stone
building, situate,
western side of New
Base Road.


general Grocery A one-storey stone
building, situate,
Peter Street South.
Dry Goods A two-storey stone
Shoes, build ding, situate,
Jewellery Bay St. opp. Board
and notions, of Trade Building.
grocery, Fruits One storey wooden
nd Vegetables building, situate,
south side Wulff Rd.
cpp. Pear-Dade Ave.
General Shop Bottom floor of a
two storey building
situate Mackey St.
opp. Bar 20.
,do do One storey wooden
building, situate,
in The Grove off
Sa Market Street.
Grocery and
Notion. One storey stone
building, situate,
Market Street opp.
General Shop Taylor Street.
Building situate
lMarket Street. opp.
Ingraham's Grocery
store.
Clothing, Lower floor of a
Jewellery and two -storey stone
Cosmetic. building, situate,


LG


I


I












OFFICIAL GAZETTE 325
Description of Description of Name and Address
Premises Licence of the Applicant


265. Angela Ann
Aranha,
Shirley Park
Avenue.



266. Paul Cecil
Aranha,
Nassau.




267. Iva Mae
Ferguson,
East Street.

268. Wilfred I.
McKinney,
Strachan Cor.

269. Hannah L. Dean,
Hawkins Hill.


Restaurant
(open Sundays
and Holidays)




Wearing Apparel,
Dry Goods
and Notions.





Dry Goods
and Notions


Cool Drinks
and Light Lunch


Fruit, Vegetables
and Confectionary


Dated at Nassau N.P., the 29th day of November, 1955.
A. A. DEAN,
Clerk of the Licensing Authority.


Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau, Bahamas.
November 30, 1955.
TENDERS
Tenders are invited by the Health Board for the following
services from January 1st to December 31st 1956-
Supply to Hospital of:
No. 1. BREAD
No. 2. FISH (scaled and gutted)
No. 3. FRESH MEATS
No. 4. GASOLINE, KEROSENE, LUBRICATING OILS and
DIESEL OIL. (Less duty and taxes).
No. 5. COOKING GAS
No. 6. BURIAL OF PAUPER DEAD.
No. 7. MAKING MALC UNIFORMS (COTTON DRILL)
Tenders-sealed and numbered- should be forwarded to the
Superintendent of the Hospital before noon on Thursday December
29th 1955.
H. F. KNOWLES,
Superintendent,
Princess Margaret Hospital.


Registrar General's Office
30th November, 1955.
NEW REGISTER OF VOTERS
An adjourned Registratin- will be held for WESTERN DIS-
TRICT Polling Division No.. 1., in the Western Preparatory School,
Nassau Street on THURSDAY 8th December, 1955, from 3 p.m.
to 6 p.m.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General,
Revising Officer.


southeast corner Bay
and Market Streets.
Portion of the
ground floor of a
two storey stone
building, situate,
northern corner of
Mackey St. & Palm-
dale Avenue.
Part of the ground
floor of a two-storey
stone building situate
west side of Mackey
Street on the north
corner opp. C. A.
Wells Food Store.
Ground floor of a
two storey stone
building situate Lucky
Heart Corner.
One storey stone
building, situate,
East Street South
opt. Laird Street.
One storey stone
building, situate,
Hawkins Hill near
Shirley Heights.








326 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
30th November, 1955.
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 Gen-
eral'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 2

I!MSH(
2582
Application No. 2582 in Class 2 in respect of insecticides.
Applicants:-BP Trading Limited having a place of business at
Britannic House, Finsbury Circus, London, E.C. 2
trading as manufacturers and, merchants who claim
to be the proprietors of the above mark.
Applicants' Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs. Higgs & Johnson, Chambers, Bay Street,
House of Myens, Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Application:-24th November, 1955.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
30th November, 1955.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in oppos-
ing the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may, with-
in 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 42




2583
















2584
Application No. 2583 in Class 42 in respect of mayonnaise, salad
dressings, salad cream and relishes.
Application No. 2584 in Class 42 in respect of all food products.
Applicants:-Kraft Foods Company having a place of business at
500 Peshtigo Court, Chicago, County of Cook, State of
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 327

Illinois, U.S.A. trading as manufacturers of food pro-
ducts who claim to be the proprietors of the above
marks.
Applicants' Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs. Higgs & Johnson of Chambers, Bay Street,
House of Myers, Nassau, Bahamas.
Date of Applications:-28th November, 1955.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas.
30th November, 1955.

TENDERS FOR MAKING AND
REPAIRING POILCE UNIFORMS
Tenders are invited for making and repairing Police Uniforms
for the year commencing 1st January, 1956.
Patterns of uniforms can be seen at Police Headquarters.
Persons tendering will be required to submit the names of
two responsible sureties willing to be bound for the due fulfilment
of the Contract. The sureties must sign the tender.
Sealed envelopes addressed to the Commissioner of Police
and marked "TENDER FOR UNIFORM" must be delivered at
Police Headquarters, not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday
17th December, 1955.
The right is reserved to reject any or the whole of the
tenders.
forms for tender can be obtained at Police Headquarters.
The Contractor will be required to provide a ten shillings
stamp to be fixed to the Agreement.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS,
Commissioner of Police.




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