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Publication Date: January 10, 1959
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    Government Notice No. 12 : The Telecommunications Amendment Rules, 1959 - M.P. 7995
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    Government Notice No. 13 : The Edward Fitzgerald Spencer-Harty Pension Order 1959 - M.P. P.125
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    Government Notice No. 14 : The Charles Hilton Sandilands Pension Order 1959 - M.P. 15780; Government Notice No. 15 : The Joseph Herman Culmer Pension Order 1959 - M.P. 15791
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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU January 10, 1959 2


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a Sup-
plement to this Gazette:-
No. 12 The Telecommunications Amendment Rules, 1959
-M.P. 7995.

No. 13 The Edward Fitzgerald Spencer-Harty Pension Order
1959-M.P. P.125.

No. 14 The Charles Hilton Sandilands Pension Order 1959-
M.P. 15780.

No. 15 The Joseph Herman Culmer Pension Order 1959-
M.P. 15791.

No. 8.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following
appointments:-
Hon. G. C. Cash, M.E.C., M.H.A., J.P., to be a Member of the
Road Traffic Authority for the remainder of the year
ending 31st October, 1959, in the place of Mr. L. O.
Pindling, M.H.A., who has resigned.-M.P. 15665B.
Mr. J. Hubert Johnson, Second Assistant Secretary, to be Acting
First Assistant Secretary with effect from the 12th Jan-
uary, 1959.-M.P. P.5.
Mr. C. Kenneth Knowles, Chief Clerk, to be Acting Second Assist-
ant Secretary with effect from the 12th January, 1959.-
M.P. P.199.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


No. 9.
The following Staff movement is notified for general informa-
tion:-
LEAVE
Mr. Caleb W. Curry, First Assistant Secretary, two weeks and
six days vacation leave with effect from the 12th Jan-
uary, 1959.
M.P. P.6.

No. 10.
The sub-joined list of persons to whom' Certificates or
Licences have been issued under the Midwives Act (Chapter 52)
is published for general information.
M.P. 4228.
MIDWIVES LICENSED UP TO 31st December 1958.


NAME
Una Janet Selver

Caroline Edwards

Mary Eliza Maycock

Rosa Weir

Lillian Gibson

Mary Edith Sampson
Margaret Wilton Francis
Zenobia Dorsett Neilly

Rosalie E. Price

Mabel Sweeting

Rosalie Morrison Adderley
Mary Knowles
Salvita Hope
Amelia Gordon
Sarah E. Thompson
Rosetta Pinder
Emily Culmer Antribose
Mary R. Culmer
Alice Rae Kemp
Emily Wood
Alice Marie Hill Jones
Brandhilda Dean
Lillian Goddard Anderson

Priscilla Ellis
M. Lockhart
Mary Bartlett
M. Hanna
M. E. Thompson
Jeanette Higgs
Monica Sandilands
Birdie Anita Tyler
Minerva M. Butler
Rosalie Bailey

Madge I. Fountain

Edith Powell Whitney
Jane E. Cancino


ADDRESS
Fort Fincastle, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Augusta Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Mason's Addition, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Blue Hill Road, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Dowdeswell Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Meeting Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
East Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Blue Hill Road, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Fox Hill, New Providence.
Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera.
East Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
Savannah Sound, Eleuthera.
Free Town, Nassau, Bahamas.
Lewis Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
Taylor Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Hawkins Hill, Nassau, Bahamas.
Canaan Lane, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Grand Bahama.
Grand Bahama.
Grand Bahama.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Dorchester Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Hawkins Hill, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Virginia Street, Nassau,
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 7


Alice Strachan
Sarah Jane Ferguson

Mary Clarke

Evelyn Dupuch
Una J. Gibson Butler
Gertrude Haven

Martha Bethell
Elizabeth Rolle
Mary Jones
Annie Mather
Beronica C. Critchlow
Lettie Stuart
Phoebe Moxey
Marguerite Carr
Elizabeth Carr
Joyce Grant Simmons
Clotilda Archer
E. Petty Maura
Ethel M. Smith
Susan Dean
Florence Cooper
Mary Ellen Eneas Theophilus
Ida Brooks
Christina Smith

Catherine F. Gibson
Laura E. Neilly
Edith Holmes
Cecelia Cooper

Dorothy Fisher
Leanora Martin
Olive F. Inniss

Ethel Forbes
Francis Major
Rachael Major
Anna Strachan
Celeste Adderley
Priscilla Hepburn
Margaret Wells
Ruth Robins Whitfield
Cassandra A. Gardiner
Eliza J. Sands
Ruby Floral Kelly
Annie Lewis

Zilpha Kemp
Hilda Maris Bowen Dorsett

Victoria Lowe
Lillian Farrington Thompson

Maude Adrilla Sands Haven
Nora Myrtle Symonette

Anna Muriel Johnson

Lenia Smith Cowan

Emma Eileen Blatch Bethell
Muriel Knowles Drudge
Ruth Margaret Pyfrom


Bahamas.
West Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Grant's Town, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Dorchester Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Fort Fincastle, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
Bradie Point, Grand Bahama.
Bradie Point, Grand Bahama.
Bootle Cove, Grand Bahama.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Ragged Island, Bahamas.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Marsh Harbour, Abaco
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Kemp's Road, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Clarence Town, Long Island
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Burying Piece Corner, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Chippingham, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Andros, Bahamas.
Clarence Town, Long Island.
Clarence Town, Long Island.
Clarence Town, Long Island.
Dean's, Long Island.
Holiday's, Long Island.
Mangrove Bush, Long Island.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Alice Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
United States.
Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama.
West End, Grand Bahama.
Augusta Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Rum Cay, Bahamas.
Augusta Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Johnson's Alley, Nassau,
Bahamas.
East Shirley Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Ross Corner, Nassau,
Bahamas.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
















8 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Florence M. Bunch
Loretta Ingraham
Pearline McKenzie

Binal Odle Tynes
Ruth Louise Cooper

Julia Butler Albury
Olive O. Patton

Marjorie G. Weir Wood
Marie Gomez Pople
Patience Davis
Olive W. Godet Cox

Lottie V. Deal Watterman
Lovely Ellis
Mary Arnott
Julia Williams
Gertrude Sands Knowles
Marie Albury Sawyer
Naomi L. G. Sears Clarke
Rosanna Stuart
Ruby Poitier Taylor
Vera Duncan
Gussie White
Rose Anna Edwards
Ruth A. Russell
Myrtle Mae Banfield
Madeline A. Fernander
Marjorie C. L. Nixon
Thelma Helen Thompson
McLatamou
Virginia Symonette Gibson
Lula Martin
Amy Wilchombe
Elma Inez Whylly Johnson
Maude O. Marsh
Ursula E. Sealy
E. Grace Farrington Key
Vera Rechelen Moss

M. Carlonie Kelly

Veronica Cooper Bethel
Naomi Dean Thompson
Monica E. Davis
Marie L. Higgs Sweeting
Edith Seymour Sawyer
Ethel Rosa Dorothy Wood
Ruby Clarke Duvalier
Gwcndolyn A. Todd Brennen
Naomi E. Walkes
Dorothy K. Thompson
Sarah Sands
Consuelo M. Newbold
Ruth N. Brennen Ritchie
R. M. Wickstead
Hazel L. Dillet Stevenson
Rosetta Major
Myrtle N. Nicholls Hanna
Myrtle D. Johnson Burkowski
Helen A. Black
Cecelia Pinder
Ophelia T. Seymour Munnings
Emma O'Keefe Knowles
Victoria J. Armaly Sawyer


Nassau, Bahamas.
Ross Corner, Nassau, Bahamas.
Hospital Lane, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Odle Corner, Nassau, Bahamas.
Augusta Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Harbour Island, Bahamas.
McCullough Corner, Nassau,
Bahamas.
United States.
Berry Island, Bahamas.
San Salvador, Bahamas.
Red Lion Bar Corner, Nassau,
Bahamas.
United States.
San Salvador, Bahamas.
San Salvador, Bahamas.
San Salvador, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Alice Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Moore's Island, Abaco.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Clarence Town, Long Island
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Inagua, Bahamas.

United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Hay Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
West End, Grand Bahama.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Lower Bogue, Eleuthera,
Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital
Nassau.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
South Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Dean's Lane, Nassau, Bahamas.
Rum Cay, Bahamas.
Spanish Wells, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
England.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Grand Bahama.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United States.
Montreal, Canada.
Bimini, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 9


Merline M. Adderley Hanna
Ruth Gardiner Smith
Doris Emily Patton Alleyne
Persis Hildred Roberts Rodgers
Hester R. Ferguson
Myrtis Ferguson Campbell
Euleta F. Gibson Sawyer
Roxanna Ferguson
Branhilda L. Russell
Anna Naomi Allen Christie

Lottic Vivian Morris Tynes
Alice Blanche Smith

Rosa May Davis
Mary Hilton
I. E. Knowles
Maude L. Johnson Thompson
Lucille Roberts Collie Bowe
Caroline Estelle Burnside
Lucy Anna Darville
Leila Louise Gibbs Fountain
Carmetta Deloris Walkes
Remanda Jane Carey Cooper

Arabella Forbes

Verna Ferguson Johnson
Enid Georgia Curtis Cooper
Lissie Belle Viola Fife Brennen
Martha L. Deleveaux
M. Green
M. Batchelder
Mamie Baker
Gloria M. Johnson
Mabel Bain Wilson
Angela Ruth Bain Johnson
Albertha Naomi Bethel Albury
N. Whapham
I. H. Sealy
Frederica Cambridge Knowles
Patricia Astwood Bain
Castella Arnett Walkes
Lorraine Johnson Gibson

Edna L. McKinney Burke
Lydia E. McKinney Miller
J. Woodall Sweeting
M. Stalker
M. E. O. Cade Knowles
Vivienne Louise Longley
Mary Elizabeth Johnson
Monica McKinney
Ethel Cox Collie
Enid Deloris Marshall Ferguson
Wilhelmina Dames Johnson
Hazel Wells Darling
Palma Stubbs Pratt
Malretta Symonette
Lillian Fernander
Sylvia Boyd Brown
Ernestine Felfering
V. E. Poitier Mortimer

S. K. Watson Armoury
M. C. Gray
A. Peareth


Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Acklins Island, Bahamas.
United States.
The Bluff, Eleuthera.
Acklins Island, Bahamas.
United States.
Scar's Addition, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Fort Fincastle, Nassau,
Bahamas.
United States.
Rock Sound, Eleuthera.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Dillet Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Mangrove Cay, Andros,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Fox Hill, New Providence.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Crooked Island, Bahamas.
United States.
North Borneo, East Indies.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United Kingdom.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
West End, Grand Bahama,
Bahamas.
Fresh Creek, Andros, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United Kingdom.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United States.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Mayaguana, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
The Current, Eleuthera.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United Kingdom.
Nicoll's Town, Andros,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Canada.
United Kingdom.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


M. Breakey
D. I. E. Cross Moulson
Viola Sweeting Butler
Sarah Pickstock
Ocelyn M. Johnson Pratt

P. D. Aldridge
Lula Cartwright

Jeleta Davis
B. Burke
M. I. Phillips
Muriel W. Slater
Eva McKinney
Mary McQuay Armbrister
Brenetta McIntosh

Luella Grey Gibson Whitfield
Florence C. Holbert Nairn
Doreen Fernander

Lucy Roberts Pratt
Mavis Symonette
Eloise Nicholls
Maudline Smith
Ellen H. Makepeace
Delores Mary Cleare Hamilton
Sybil Wilhelmina Carey

Catherine Elizabeth Johnson
Ruth Alean Cambridge
Brennen
Nora Melinda Hanna Knowles

Louise Cooper Smith
Patricia Keefe Jones
Eileen O'Connell
Louise Elizabeth Toote Tynes
Priscilla Jane Major Johnson
Lula Farquharson
Catherine Young
Emma Belle Conliffe Davis
Lillian Mildred Gay Gibson
Dorothy Mould
Mary O. Hughes Lysle
Denise Dane
Patricia Matthews
V. J. M. Lee
Orville L. Rollins
Ruth N. King
Angela L. V. Knowles Carroll
Helen G. McKinney
Marguerite Elaine Taylor
Naomi Araminta Bain
Agnes Ethel Taylor
Albertha Smith Moxey

Edris Turner
Margaret Adderley
Eliza Boyd Tynes
Marilyn Rolle
Earla Sweeting
Pearl Douglas
Mary I. Bakewell

Hilda V. Bowen


Jean M. Ridley


United Kingdom.
Texas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Staniard Creek, Andros,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Long Cay, Fortune Island,
Bahamas.
Abaco
United States.
United Kingdom.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Cooper's Town, Abaco,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
George Town, Exuma,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Dumfries, Cat Island, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera.
United States

Nassau, Bahamas.
Farrington Road, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Rock Sound, Eleuthera.
United Kingdom.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Colonel Hill, Crooked Island.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Bimini, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United Kingdom.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United Kingdom.
United Kingdom.
United Kingdom.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
San Salvador, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
United Kingdom.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 11


Mary S. Ogilvie
Barbara M. Goldsmith
Ethel Rolle
Gladys Lightbourne
Flora Coakley Hanna
Olive E. Edwards Cummings
Agnes Strachan Davies
Patrinella Darville Deleveaux

Veronica Williams Ferguson

Sybil Curtis
Birdie Bethel

Alma Rolle Williams

Isabelle Marita Johnson

Effie Caroline Smith Sawyer

Manell Munroe
Arabella Roker

Jean Griffin Hood

Rosa Levarity
Brendel Louise Cox
Eloise Ann Stubbs
Dorothy May McCartney
Pearline Addie Bethel Cooper
Geneva Watkins
Hazel Cleare Coleby
Doris Evangeline Williams
Inez Louise Boyd
Rosaline Gertrude Knowles
June Margaret Smith

Winifred Sheila Stubbs

Audrey Palina Jones
Mary Elizabeth Wareing
Betty Ellen Winifred Blanch
Hayward
Olivia Elizabeth Jervis Watkins
Pandora Pratt

Gloria Sands Strachan

Susan V. Roberts
Mavis Turnquest Chea
Nora Fife
Louise T. Maynard Tynes
Eueda Colleen Stubbs

Leona O. Williams Farquharson
Julitta Fox

Shirley Madeline Fernander
Daniels
Brezetta King
Coralee Munnings

Merlene Peet
Geneva Toote
Myrtle Sweeting
Edith Rahming
Geleta Kemp


United Kingdom.
United Kingdom.
Nassau, Bahamas.
United States.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
The Bight, Cat Island,
Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Williams Town, Exuma,
Bahamas.
Clarence Town, Long Island,
Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau
Ragged Island, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau
Hope Town, Abaco,
Bahamas.
Bimini, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
United Kingdom
Canada.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Cat Island, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.

Nassau, Bahamas.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Nassau, Bahamas.
Pleasant Bay, Andros, Bahamas.
Little Creek, Andros, Bahamas
Deep Creek, Andros, Bahamas.
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera,
Bahamas.















12 OFFICIAL

Madeline Cartwright Farrington
Orion Johnson
Olean Rolle
Alice Muriel Knowles

Evelyn Bootle
Eula Dell Allen Stirrup
Marie Arthur

Beverley Johnson

Eniz Nickens
Patricia Fountain

Edna Wilson

Patricia Moxey

Shirley Marina Neilly

Lydia King

Audrey Sadie Toote

Marina Fowler

Gwendolyn Nixon

Drucilla Dorsett

Margaret Thompson
Marina Coakley

Charmain Culmer

Vernita Johnson

Shirley Cooper

Maribella Rahming

Gwendolyn Bethel

Neilia Dames

Carmaine Ferguson

Lucille Capron

Lorina Roberts

Diane Johnson

Bronell Williams

Susymae Lockhart

Beryl Brown

Barbara Davis

Lerline Newbold

Mrs. Ivy Pearson

Mrs. Ellen Ingraham
Mrs. Mary S. J. Howes


L GAZETTE

SNassau, Bahamas.
Lovely Bay, Acklins, Bahamas.
Black Point, Andros, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
c/o Princess Margaret Hospital
Nassau, Bahamas.
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera,
Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
United States.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Dundas Town, Abaco,
Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
New Bight, Cat Island,
Bahamas.
Wemyss Bight, Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Gregory Town, Eleuthera,
Bahamas.
James Cistern, Eleuthera,
Bahamas.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Delectable Bay, Acklins,
Bahamas.
Spring Point, Acklins, Bahamas
Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Vernelle T. Allen Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.
Doreen Davy Princess Margaret Hospital,
Nassau.


No. 11.
His Excellency the Governor has been informed by The
Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies that
Her Majesty the Queen will not be advised to exercise Her power
of disallowance with respect to the following Acts of the Legis-
lature of the Bahama Islands:-
No. 4 of 1957 The Bahamas Broadcasting and Television Com-
mission Amendment Act 1957.
No. 2 of 1958 The Bahamas Electricity Corporation (Vesting of
Land) Act 1958.
No. 4 of 1958 The Agricultural Manufactories (Amendment)
Act 1958.
No. 9 of 1958 The Prisons Amendment Act 1958.
No. 20 of 1958 Tle Major Public Works Amendment Act 1933.
No. 28 of 1958 The Charles Hilton Sandilands Pension Act 1958.
No. 33 of 1958 The Airports Board Amendment Act 1958.
No. 35 of 1958 The Bahamas Broadcasting and Television Com-
mission Amendment Act 1958.
No. 43 of 1958 The Edwin Hutchinson Pension Act 1958.
No. 44 of 1958 The Joseph Herman Culmer Pension Act 1958.
No. 45 of 1958 The Arthur Charles Langlois, M.B.E. Pension
Act 1958.
No. 49 of 1958 The Real Property Tax Amendment Act 1958.
No. 50 of 1958 The Inter-Insular Mails Amendment (No 2) Act
1958.
No. 56 of 1958 The Horace Bullard Pension Act 1958.
2. His Excellency directs that Act No. 9 of 1958 shall come
into operation as on and from the 5th May, 1958, Act No. 28 of
1958 shall come into operation as on and from the 24th July, 1958,
Acts Nos. 43, 44 and 45 of 1958 shall come into operation as on
and from the 21st August, 1958, and Act No. 56 of 1958 shall
come into operation as on and from the 18th September, 1958.
M.Ps. 15498, 12284U, 10774/2, 11559/2, 15260, 15780, 11557/2,
15498, P.198, 15791, P.365, 4247/3, 13605, 15800.
The foregoing notices numbered 8 to 15 are published by
command.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.


DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
3rd December, 1958.
THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's
Report dated 2nd September, 1958, the affairs of the undermen-














14 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

tioned Company have been fully wound up and that the said
Company has been struck off the Register and shall be deemed
to have been dissolved as and from the 3rd day of December,
1958.
No. 1913 BON AVENTURA, LIMITED,
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 342/1958.
In the Estate of WILLIAM F. KRAEMER, late of Margaretville,
Delaware County in the State of New York, U.S.A., deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of four-
teen days from the date hereof, application will be made to the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands on its Probate Side by
Peter Donald Graham, Esquire, M.H.A., of the City of Nassau
in the Island of New Providence, Barrister-at-Law, for the re-
sealing of Probate of the Will in the above estate, granted to
Elmore L. Andrews, the Executor named in the said Will, by the
Surrogate's Court of Delaware County, New York, U.S.A. on
the 29th September, 1958.
N. C. ROBERTS,
AMst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
30th December, 1958.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 343/1958.
In the Estate of AILEEN MYRTLE BYRNE late of Via Agrigen-
to 3 Palermo in Sicily formerly of Pensione Pitscheider
Merano Pr: Bolzona in Italy, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of four-
teen days from the date hereof, application will be made to the
Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands on its Probate Side by
Arthur Mervyn Clifford Johnson, Esquire of the City of Nassau
in the Island of New Providence, one of the Bahama Islands,
Barrister-at-Law, for the resealing of the Probate of the Will in
the above estate, granted to Robert Edmund Pablo Byrne and
Arthur Hubert Mordaunt Richards, the Executors named in the
Will, by the Principal Probate Registry of Her Majesty's High
Court of Justice, on the 6th November, 1958.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
30th December, 1958.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 335/1958.
WHEREAS Reuben Nathaniel Munroe, Junior, of the City
of Miami in the State of Florida, U.S.A., a nephew and the heir-
at-law of the intestate, has made application to the Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Ad-















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ministration of the real and personal estates of ISAAC MUNROE,
junior, late of Jolly Hall, in the Island of Great Exuma, Bahamas,
Farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of twenty-one days
from the date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS,
The Registry, Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
31st December, 1958.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 336/1958.
WHEREAS Reuben Nathaniel Munroe, Junior, of the City
of Miami, Florida, U.S.A., the eldest son and heir-at-law of the
intestate, has made application to the Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administration
of the real and personal estates of REUBEN NATHANIEL
MUNROE, Senior, late of Jolly Hall in the Island of Great
Exuma, Bahamas, Farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of twenty-one days
from the date hereof.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court.
31st December, 1958.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 313/1958.
WHEREAS Mabel Ellen Cole, of the Eastern District in
the Island of New Providence, Single Woman, Sister of the in-
testate, 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 EDITH MARIAN COLE, late of the
Eastern District, New Providence, Single Woman, 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,
2nd January, 1959.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
Bahamas,
3rd January, 1959.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT.
Trade Mark No. 1400
Class 48
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of Max Factor & Co. of 1666 North Highland














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Avenue, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., registered on the 3rd
day of January, 1945, has been renewed as and from the 3rd day
of January, 1959.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Jan. 6th, 1959.
Examination of all Foodhandlers, Bartenders, Barbers,
Beauticians, etc. will be carried out in the Out Patients Depart-
ment of the Princess Margaret Hospital on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesday and Thursdays of each week at 2.30 p.m. 4.00 p.m.
commencing Monday 19th January, 1959 and terminating Thurs-
day 5th March, 1959.
Any individual foodhandler who wishes, may be examined
by his or her own private physician and on presentation of this
certificate to the Health Department will be issued with a formal
official Health Certificate on receipt of the prescribed fee of two
Shillings (2/-).
By Order,
MARGARET E. KNOWLES,
Clerk, Health Board.


BOARD OF EDUCATION CONTINUATION CLASSES
IN
DOMESTIC SCIENCE
SOUTHERN SENIOR SCHOOL
Commencing Monday, January 12th, 6.00 p.m. 8.00 p.m.
for 6 weeks.
MONDAYS: School Certificate Cookery and Needlework.
WEDNESDAYS or
THURSDAYS: (1) Dinner and Luncheons including meat,
fish, cheese and egg cookery;
(2) Supper Dishes including casseroles,
chowders, including pies and au-gratin
dishes;
(3) Grilling and Broiling-meats and fish;
(4) Teas including sandwiches, scones,
cakes;
(5) Desserts-hot and cold puddings with
accompanying sauces;
(6) Salads-using meat, fish, eggs or cheese.
Fees for each course of six lectures, 1 to be paid on enrol-
ment. These courses are open to all interested persons.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 322/1958.
WHEREAS Olive Nairn, of the Island of San Salvador, one
of the Bahama Islands, only daughter and heiress-at-law of the
intestate 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 JOHN RECKLEY, late of San Sal-
vador, Bahamas, Planter, deceased.
















SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU January 10, 1959 2

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
NO. 12.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Telecom-
munications Act (Chapter 13) are published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 7995.
RULES
Made Under
THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT
(Chapter 13)
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Telecommuni-
cations Board by section 29 (i) of the Telecommunications Act,
the following Rules are with the approval of the Governor in
Council hereby made:









1. These Rules may be cited as the Telecommunications
Amendment Rules, 1959.
2. Rule 27 of the Telecommunications Rules 1948 is hereby
revoked and the following substituted therefore:
"27. (i) The charges for service shall be:-

RENTAL CHARGES.


Flat rental of telephone
for business premises
without limit of calls
made
Rental of telephone for
business premises, all
outgoing calls to be
charged for at two
pence each,
Flat rental of telephone
for residential premises
without limit to the
number of calls made
Rental of telephone for
residential premises, all
outgoing calls to be
charged for at two
pence each


Nassau
Area


Per Annum 24 0 0



Per Annum 12 0 0


Per Annum 16 0 0



Per Annum 8 0 0


For each internal extension
telephone in the same building
without switch
with switch
For each external extension tele-
phone within one quarter of a
mile of the main telephone
For each external extension tele-
phone exceeding one quarter of
a mile but within one half of a
mile of the main telephone
For each additional half-mile or
part thereof
or an extension bell in the same
building
For an external extension bell on
the same premises and within
one quarter of a mile of the main
telephone
For an extra receiver
For additional plug in points
(with a minimum of two) each,


Per Quarter
Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Per Quarter

Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Per Quarter
Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Rural
Area


28 0 0



14 0 0


20 00



10 0 0


NEW PROVIDENCE


12 0
15 0

1 5 0


a 1 10 0

1 0 0

6 0


12
7

5









For on/off Switches, each
For private lines not connected
to the exchange, but with one
telephone at each end, and not
exceeding one half-mile in length
Extra Mileage, per half mile or
part thereof,
P.B.X. Systems:- (Manual)
For a private branch exchange
switchboard per extension line
connected
For an internal private branch
exchange telephone in the same
building
For an external telephone within
one quarter of a mile of switch-
board
For an external telephone ex-
ceeding one quarter of a mile but
within one half of a mile of
switchboard
For each additional half mile or
part thereof
P.A.B.X. Systems:- (Automatic)
For a PABX unit per extension
line connected
For a PABX internal telephone
For an external PABX telephone
within one quarter of a mile of
the PABX unit
For an external PABX telephone
exceeding one quarter of a mile
from unit but within one half
of a mile
For each additional half mile or
part thereof
For Conference facilities, per
PABX unit
For night service facilities, per
PABX unit
For transfer facilities, per tele-
phone so equipped
For secretarial service, per tele-
phone so equipped
House Exchange Systems:-
For each internal 1/5 instrument
with a minimum of 4 provided
For each internal 2/10 instru-
ment with a minimum of 8
provided


Per Quarter


Per Quarter

Per Quarter



Per Quarter

Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Per Quarter
Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Per Quarter

Per Quarter

Per Quarter

Per Quarter

Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Per Quarter

Per Quarter


5-0


30

10


60

12 0

15 0


110

1 0


10 0
1 0 0


15 0


1 10 0

1 00

1 10 0

10 0

5 0

10 0


2 0 0

2 0 0








For each external instrument,
1/5 or 2/10, within a limit of
100 yards of building in which
main station is installed
For a, 2nd Choice Main Station
in same building as 1st Choice
Main Station
For External 2nd Choice Main
Station within a limit of 100 yds.
of building in which main
station is installed
Miscellaneous Services.-
Time of Day Per advertising
unit
Special Interception, per line
30 Volt Battery Supply

30' Volt-Rectifying Supply

Teletype machines, each
Nassau area
Rural area


Per Quarter

Per Quarter


Per Quarter


Per Quarter
Per Quarter
Half Rental of
line
Half Rental of
line

Per Quarter
Per Quarter


2 15 0

S2 0 0


2 15 0


21 0 0
S3 0 0
an exchange

an exchange

54 0 0
63 0 0


INSTALLATION CHARGES.
For each exchange line:-
New Line
Existing Line
Each internal extension telephone
Each external extension telephone
For telephone in special colours (For a tele-
phone in a colour other than black) additional
charge (one payment)
1/5 House Exchange System (Where not more
than 100 yds. of cable is used)
Cable in excess of 100 yds. will be charged
for on a pro-rata basis.
2/10 House Exchange System (Where not more
than 150 yds. of cable is used.)
Cable in excess of 150 yards will be charged
for on a pro-rata basis.
30 Volt Battery, Supply Half Fee of an
30 Volt Rectifying Supply Half Fee of an
Auto Ringing. Supply Half Fee of an
Teletype Machine Same as exchan


S30
1 10
1 0
2 0


4 0 0

16 0 0


32 0 0


exchange line
exchange line
exchange line
Lge line.


Removal of telephone and accessories (Except House Exchange
Extensions):-
(a) From one position to another in the same
room 17 0
(b) From one room to another in the same
building 1 5 0
(c) From one building to another within a
distance of not more than 100 yds. 2 0 0









(d) For any greater distance up to 400 yds.,
involving no exceptional costs 2 10 0
Removal of House Exchange telephones and accessories:-
(a) From one position to another in the same
room 3 0 0
(b) From one room to another in the same
building 4 0 0
In all other cases, both in respect to Installations and Re-
movals, the subscriber will pay actual costs. An estimate of cost
will be furnished if requested.
RECONNECTION
Reconnection charge where the service has been
disconnected owing to delay in payment of sub--
scription:
For the first reconnection 10 0
For each reconnection thereafter 2 0 0
MISCELLANEOUS
Public Call Boxes:- For each local call of three
minutes duration 4
(or one nickel U.S. currency)
Telephone Directory: One copy for each telephone
instrument Free
Additional copies 7 0
One entry-each exchange line Free
An entry in classified list 10 0
An entry in special type 10 0
Each additional entry 10 0
Change of records-one
subscriber to another 1 0 0
Provided however, that in respect of internal private branch
exchange telephones and switchboards, in the event of the ap-
paratus not being used, a reduction of one half of the rates quot-
ed may be allowed on application to the Board in advance for
each complete month during which it is not used, and provided
further that if the apparatus remains unused in excess of 12
months, the Board, shall have the right to recover the equip-
ment.
(ii) When a subscriber requests that his telephone be trans-
ferred from one place to another, and because of a scarcity of
lines or for any other reason, the transfer cannot be done, the
subscriber may request that the telephone be disconnected and
stored and the telephone number retained for him until such
transfer can be effected. For this, the rental will be one-half
of the normal rental.
(iii) That all Telecommunications services supplied a tele-
phone subscriber be associated with the subscriber's telephone








bills, and if a)y of:these be not paid;as defined in Rule 31 tele.
phoki 'service to be disconnected.
(iv) The Business rate shall apply where the use of the tele.
phone is of a business, professional, institutional or occupational
nature.
(v) The Residence rate shall apply where the telephone is
used primarily for social or domestic purposes. Advertising
Residence Class Telephone numbers for business purposes auto-
matically places the telephone in the Business Rate category."
3. These Rules shall be deemed to have come into effect
on the first day of January, 1959.
Made by the Telecommunications Board this 7th day of
January, 1959.
Sgd. R. M. SOLOMON,
Chairman.

Approved by the Governor in Council this 10th day of Jan-
uary, 1959.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.


No. 13.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Pensions
Act, Chapter 365, is published for general information.
M.P. P.125.

ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE PENSIONS ACT
(Ch. 365).
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by Section 9 of The Pensions Act, the following Order
is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as the Edward Fitzgerald
Spencer-Harty Pension Order 1959.
2. A Pension at the rate of Three hundred and fifty-seven
Pounds Five Shillings and Ten Pence (357-5-10) per annum is
hereby granted to Edward Fitzgerald Spencer-Harty as from the
Fifth day of January, 1959.
Ordered in Council this 10th day of January, 1959.


K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.









No. 14.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Charles
Hilton Sandilands Pension Act 1958, No. 28 of 1958, is published
for general information.
M.P. 15780.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE CHARLES HILTON SANDILANDS PENSION ACT 1958.
.(No. 28 of 1958).
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by Section 2 of The Charles Hilton Sandilands Pension
Act 1958, the following Order is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as The Charles Hilton Sandi-
lands Pension Order 1959.
2. A pension at the rate of One hundred and thirteen
Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Threepence (113-14-3) per an-
num is hereby granted to Charles Hilton Sandilands as from
the 7th July, 1957.
Ordered in Council this 10th day of January, 1959.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.

No. 15.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Joseph
Herman Culmer Pension Act 1958, No. 44 of 1958, is published
for general information.
M.P. 15791.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE JOSEPH HERMAN CULMER PENSION ACT 1958,
(No. 44 of 1958)
In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by Section 2 of The Joseph Herman Culmer Pension
Act 1958, the following Order is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as The Joseph Herman Culmer
Pension Order 1959.
2. A pension at the rate of Ninety-six Pounds (960-0-0) per
annum is hereby granted to Joseph Herman Culmer as from the
1st December, 1956.
Ordered in Council this 10th day of January, 1959.


K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.




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