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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU November 28, 1959 48

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a Sup-
plement to this Gazette:-
No. 253 The Road Traffic Regulations 1959. M.P. 15665H.
No. 254 The David Henry Brown Pension Order, 1959 -
M.P. P.539.
No. 255 The Howard William Russell Pension Order 1959 -
M.P. P.311.
No. 256 The Howard William Russell Pension Order (No. 2)
1959 M.P. P.311.

No. 257.
The following staff movement is notified for general in-
formation:
Mr. Caleb W. Curry, First Assistant Secretary, six days vacation
leave with effect from the 30th November, 1959.
M.P. P.6.
No. 258.
It is hereby notified for general information that The Queen's
Exequatur empowering Mr. Karl Rey to act as Consul General
of Haiti in the Bahamas, received Her Majesty's signature on the
4th November, 1959.
M.P. 10599.
No. 259.
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 Legislature
of the Bahama Islands:




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588 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

No. 22 of 1959 The Homicide (Special Defences) Act 1959.
No. 23 of 1959 The Capital Punishment Procedure Amendment
Act 1959.
M.Ps. 15874, 15875.

No. 260.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Chapter 254) and The Acquisition of Land
(Special Application) Act (No. 21 of 1957) is published for gen-
eral information.
M.P. 14210J/XI. '
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT
(Chapter 254)
And
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND (SPECIAL APPLICATION)
ACT
(No. 21 of 1957)
WHEREAS it appears to His Excellency the Governor ii
Council that the land described in the Schedule hereto is required
for a public purpose:
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby notified that it is the in-
tention of His Excellency the Governor in Council to acquire the
said land for a public purpose to wit: for the purpose of imple-
menting the Agreement made with the concurrence of the Gov-
ernment of the Bahama Islands between the Government of the
United Kingdom and Northern Ireland and the Government of
the United States of America concerning a Long Range Proving
Ground for Guided Missiles to be known as "The Bahamas Long
Range Proving Ground".
All persons interested in the said land shall within 30 days
of the publication of this notice state in writing to the Colonial
Secretary of the Colony the nature of their respective interests
in the said land and the amount and particulars of their claim
to compensation for such interests.
Dated the 28th day of November, 1959.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE

All that certain tract or parcel of land situated on a point of
land at the eastern extremity of Grahams Harbour on the northern
coast of the Island of San Salvador, Colony of the Bahamas, as
outlined on a map, File No. F 57 Al 4772, which by this refer-
ence is made a part hereof, and more particularly described as
follows:
From a brass disc set in concrete at the northwestern corner
of Tract No. SS-509, as previously described in that said tract,
which is the point of beginning of Tract No. SS-519, the boun-
daries of said Tract No. SS-519 extend thence through land said
to be in the possession of the San Salvador Development Com-
pany on the following three (3) courses:
North 20 degrees 34 minutes 30 seconds West, 50.0 feet to a
brass disc set in concrete;













OFFICIAL GAZETTE 589

Thence North 84 degrees 16 minutes East, 66.94 feet to a
brass disc set in concrete;
Thence South 29 degrees 15 minutes 40 seconds East, 50.0
feet to a brass disc set in concrete;
Thence along the common boundary between Tract No.
SS-509 and land said to be in the possession of the San Salvador
Development Company South 82 degrees 20 minutes 50 seconds
West, 74.42 feet back to the point of beginning and containing
0.08 acres, more or lass.

No. 261.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Chapter 254) and The Acquisition of Land
(Special Application) Act (No. 21 of 1957) is published for gen-
eral information.
M.P. 14210J/XI.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT
(Chapter 254)
And
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND (SPECIAL APPLICATION)
ACT
(No. 21 of 1957)
WHEREAS it appears to His Excellency the Governor in
Council that the land described in the Schedule hereto is requir-
ed for a public purpose.
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby notified that it is the inten-
tion of His Excellency the Governor in Council to acquire the
said land for a public purpose to wit: for the purpose of imple-
menting the Agreement made with the concurrence of the Gov-
ernment of the Bahama Islands between the Government of the
United Kingdom and Northern Ireland and the Government of
the United States of America concerning a Long Range Proving
Ground for Guided Missiles to be known as "The Bahamas Long
Range Proving Ground"
All persons interested in the said land shall within 30 days
of the publication of this notice state in writing to the Colonial
Secretary of the Colony the nature of their respective interests
m the said land and the amount and particulars of their claim
.o compensation for such interests.
Dated the 28th day of November, 1959.

K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or parcel of land situated on a point of
land at the eastern extremity of Grahams Harbour on the north-
ern coast of the Island of San Salvador, Colony of the Bahamas,
as outlined on a map, File No. F 57 Al 4772, which by this refer-
ence is made a part hereof, and more particularly described as
follows:
From a brass disc set in concrete which marks the point of
beginning of Tract No. SS-509, as previously described in that
said tract, and which is the point of beginning of Tract No.
SS-518, the boundaries of said Tract No. SS-518 extend thence
along the common boundary between Tract No. SS-509 and land













OFFICIAL GAZETTE


said to be in the possession of the San Salvador Development
Company North 80 degrees 39 minutes 10 second East, 76.80 feet
to a brass disc set in concrete;
Thence through land said to be in the possession of the San
Salvador Development Company on the following two (2)
courses:
South 49 degrees 15 minutes 20 seconds West, 66.32 feet to
a brass disc set in concrete;
Thence North 39 degrees 35 minutes 40 seconds West, 40.0
feet back to the point of beginning and containing 0.03 acres,
more or less.
The foregoing notices numbered 253 to 261 are published by
command.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.



DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
28th October, 1959.
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 October, 1959 on the
ground that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation.
NORMAN SHIPPING COMPANY (BAHAMAS)
LIMITED
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.


OFFICE, BOARD OF PILOTAGE
The following excerpts from the Rules made under the Boat
Registration Act and Supplementary Rules made under the Pilot-
age Act are brought to the Attention of boat Owners.
(1) The Owner of a boat who desires to obtain a licence
shall apply in writing to the Board, and shall state in
such Application his Nationality and the Names and Ad-
dress and Nationality of the Master and members of the
Crew of Such Boat.
(2) No boat shall ply for hire or Offer for Charter within the
harbour unless the Master or other person in Charge
thereof holds a licence under the rules.
(3) The Board may cancel the licence of any boat if the
owner who obtain such licence transferred the Boat to
another, or if the Master or any member of the Crew is
a person of whose name, address and Nationality the
Board has not been notified in writing.
(4) Every Boat before being licenced shall be submitted to
the Board for inspection sometime during the month of
December in every year.
(5) The Board may require that all or any of the equipment
mentioned in Paragraph 5 of the Rules be stamped Sten-
cilled with such marks of identification as it shall direct.













OFFICIAL GAZETTE 591

In order that the Board may arrange a schedule for the in-
specting Committees, boat Owners are requested to cooperate.
Boats not inspected and Licenced before December 31st, will
not be allowed to operate, until the next schedule of Inspection
is arranged by the Board.
The foregoing rules apply also to Sail Boats as well as Motor
Boats.
ROBERT H. SYMONETTE,
Chairman, Board of Pilotage.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
23rd November, 1959.
REWARD
The sum of 200 will be paid to any person giving informa-
tion leading to the recapture of ERROL NEYMOUR who escaped
from lawful custody on 1st July, 1959.
Persons having information are asked to contact the nearest
Police Station.
The source of any information will be regarded as confiden-
tial.
E. J. H. COLCHESTEB-WEMYSS,
Commissioner of Police.


Registrar General's Office,
23rd November, 1959.
No. 271.
A Specification has this day been filed in this Office under the
Patent Act (Ch. 129) by Messrs. Higgs & Kelly, Attorneys for
Messrs. Hovercraft Development Limited, a Company incor-
porated in the United Kingdom, of 7, Tilney Street, London W. 1,
England, for an invention in respect of "Improvements in or re-
lating to Vehicles travelling over land and/or water".

JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
23rd November, 1959.
No. 272.
A Specification has this day been filed in this Office under
the Patent Act (Ch. 129) by Messrs. Higgs & Kelly, Attorneys for
Messrs. Hovercraft Development Limited, a Company incorporat-
ed in the United Kingdom, of 7, Tilney Street, London W. 1,
England, for an invention in respect of "Improvements in or re-
lating to Vehicles travelling over land and/or water".
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.


BOARD OF EDUCATION
Applications are invited for the three vacancies as Teachers
of Elementary Handicraft. Applicants should have some experi-
ence in teaching paper folding and cutting, cardboard modelling
and elementary Technical Drawing.
The salary will be according to scale.













592 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Applications are also invited for the additional post of Teach-
er of Woodwork. Applicants should be first rate Craftsmen and
if possible, have some experience of teaching.
Forms of application may be obtained from the Director of
Education and should be returned as soon as possible.
M. PRENDERGAST,
Acting Director of Education.


Nassau, Bahamas,
24th November, 1959.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
NASSAU
Applications are invited for vacanies in the Clerical Service
in the undermentioned Departments as follows:-
AUDIT DEPARTMENT
Clerk (Male)
Some experience essential. Initial salary in the range of
450 970. (390 440 if under 20).
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT
1. Customs Guards (4) (to be stationed at Nassau, and at
Freeport Grand Bahama.)
Salary in the range of 450 x 40 650.
2. Customs Officer (to be stationed at Freeport Grand Ba-
hama).
Salary in the range of 510 x 40 670.
REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE
Stenographer
Salary in the range of 720 1390 p.a.
MAGISTRATE'S COURT
Clerks
Some experience essential. Initial salary in the range of
450 970.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT
Clerks (Male)
1. Post Office Savings Bank Salary in the range of 450 -
670.
2. Parcel Post Salary in the range of 450 670.
(390 440 if under 20).
OUT ISLAND DEPARTMENT
Three Commissioners
Salary in the range of 760 x 70 1390. Qualifications below
the Cambridge Senior or its equivalent will not be considered.
The suggested age limit is from 27 to 40 inclusive. The highest
reference of character will be required.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
Storekeeper (Salary in the range of 1050 x 75 1650).
The Storekeeper must administer the Stores Seution of the
Department, being responsible for the control of staff, receipt of
all materials ordered by the Department both locally and from
abroad, issue of materials when they are requisitioned, shipments
to and receipt of equipment from the Out Islands, payments for
stores ordered and reconciliation of accounts.
Application forms may be obtained at the office of the Com-
mission in the House of Myers, Bay and Victoria Avenue and
when returned should be accompanied by three recent testi-
monials from responsible persons.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 593

Final applications will close at 12 noon on Saturday, 12th De-
cember, 1959.
A. W. FRISBY,
Chairman,
Civil Service Commission,
P.O. Box 581,
Nassau.


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

THE SHOP LICENCES ACT Ch. 325
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
Room on Wednesday the 2nd day of December, 1959, at 4 p.m. 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 and transfers if any, specified below.

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


SOUTHERN
319. Delvon Johnson,
Southern District,
New Providence.






320. M. Beach,
Southern District,
New Providence.


DISTRICT, NEW
Grocery








Notions


PROVIDENCE
One storey stone build-
ing situate Ragged
Street about 150 ft.
North of Miller's High-
life Club in the Eng-
lerston Area of the
Southern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate Bail-
lou Hill Road just
South of the Santa
Maria Hotel in the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.


EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


321. Willie Scavella,
Pinedale,
New Providence.





322. E. J. Knowles,
Pinedale,
Eastern District.






323. Samuel F.
Cartwright,
New Providence.


Petty Shop







Dry Goods and
Notions







Cosmetics and Toilet
Preparations


One storey wooden
building situate on the
West side of Pinedale
about 550 ft. off Wulff
Road running South in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate Pine-
dale about 200 ft. off
Wulff Road on the
Western side of the
road running South in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
A portion of the
ground floor of a build-
ing known as the Ma-
sonic Temple in the
Eastern District of
New Providence.















594 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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


324. The City Meat
Market Limited,
New Providence.




325. Hollie
Cartwright,
Mt. Royal
Avenue,
Eastern District

326. G. M. Cole,
New Providence.


Meats, Vegetables
and Grocery





Barber Shop and
Notions




Shop


One storey stone build-
ing known as the Bay
St. Shopping Centre,
Bay Street, in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing known as the East
Bay Shopping Centre
in the Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
A portion of a one
storey stone building
known as East Bay
Shopping Centre in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.


Dated at Nassau, N.P. the 25th day of November, 1959.
LESLIE A. WHYLLY,
Clerk to the Licensing Authority.


NOTICE OF SITTING OF THE LICENSING AUTHORITY

THE LIQUOR LICENCES ACT Ch. 322
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
Room on Wednesday the 2nd day of December, 1959, at 4 p.m. 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 and transfers if any, specified below.

Renewals For The Year 1960.

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

HOTEL AND MUSIC AND DANCING APPLICATIONS


166. E. W. Powell,
New Providence.



167. E. W. Powell,
New Providence.



168. Alexander
Maillis,
New Providence.



169. Alexander
Maillis,
New Providence.


Hotel




Music and Dancing




Hotel





Music and Dancing


Two storey stone build-
ing known as the At-
las Hotel in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
Two storey stone build-
ing known as the At-
las Hotel in the City
of Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
Three storey stone
building on the South
side of Marlborough
Street in the City of
Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.
A portion of the
ground floor of a three
storey stone building
and the terrace and















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 595
Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises

patio adjoining the
Bar situate on the
South side of Marl-
borough Street in the
City of Nassau, New
Providence.


L69a. R. H. Symonette
New Providence.


EASTERN DISTRICT]
V, Hotel


r
Three storey stone
building comprising 34
rooms on the South
side of East Bay
Street between William
and Fowler Street in
the Eastern District of
the Island of New
Providence.


PROPRIETARY CLUB AND MUSIC AND
DANCING APPLICATIONS
SOUTHERN DISTRICT


170. Arnold L.
Flowers,
Secretary
Club 47,
Southern District,
New Providence.


171. Arnold Flowers,
Secretary
Club 47.


172. Hubert Pinder,
Chairman
Ritz Social Club,
New Providence.


173. Hubert Pinder,
Chairman
Ritz Social Club,
New Providence.


173a. Mark Gordon
Johnson,
Chairman
Nonpariel Club,
New Providence.



173b. Joan M.
Lightbourne,
Secretary
Nassau Lawn
Tennis Club.


Proprietary Club


Music and Dancing


CITY DISTRICT
Proprietary Club





Music and Dancing





Proprietary Club







Members Club


One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of Quakoo
Street just East of the
Southern Police Sta-
tion in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of Quakoo
Street just East of the
Southern Police Sta-
tion in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.


The top floor of a two
storey stone building
situate Market Range
in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence.
The top floor of a two
storey stone building
situate Market Range
in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence.
The Eastern portion of
a one storey stone
building situate Fred-
erick Street to the rear
of Johnson's Package
Store in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the East
side of Market Street
in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence.
















596 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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


173c. Thomas Peter
Maury,
Chairman
Colony Club,
New Providence.


Proprietary Club


The top floor of a two
storey stone building
situate at the corner of
Charlotte Street and
Bay Street in the City
of Nassau in the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.


WESTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


174 Walter W.
Vickers,
Secretary
Balmoral Club,
Cable Beach,
New Providence.
175. Walter W.
Vickers,
Secretary
Balmoral Club,
New Providence.


176. Nicolas P.
Maillis,
Chairman
Esquire Lounge
Club,
New Providence.


177. Hedley V.
Edwards,
Chairman
Ardastra
Gardens Club,
Western District,
New Providence.
178. Hedley V.
Edwards,
Chairman
Ardastra
Gardens Club,
Western District,
New Providence.
178a. Raymond Wilson
Sawyer,
President
Ponytail Club,
Western District,
New Providence.
178b. Alfred Brown,
Chairman Happy
Few Club,
Western District,
New Providence.

178c. Alfred Brown,
Chairman
Happy Few Club


Proprietary Club






Music and Dancing







Proprietary Club


Proprietary Club







Music and Dancing







Proprietary Club






Proprietary Club





Music and Dancing


Two storey stone build-
ing known as the Bal-
moral Club in the
Western District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
Two storey stone build-
ing situate Cable
Beach and known as
the Balmoral Castle in
the Western District ot
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
The Western portion
of a one storey stone
building known as the
Esquire Lounge Club
situate on the South-
ern side of Marlbor-
ough Street near the
British Colonial Hotel
in the Western District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Chipping-
ham in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.


One storey stone build-
ing known as the Ar-
dastra Gardens Club
in the Western Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.

A portion of the Club
house situate Hobby
Horse Hall in the
Western District of the
Island of New Provi-


dence.
The top floor
storey stone
situate Boyd
the Western
of the Island
Providence.
The top floor
storey stone
situate Boyd


of a two
building
Road in
District
of New

of a two
building
Road in















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 597

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


Western District,
New Providence.


the Western District
of the Island of New
Providence.


RESTAURANT AND MUSIC AND

DANCING APPLICATIONS,


179. John H. Deveaux,
Southern District,
New Providence.


180. John H. Deveaux,
Southern District,
New Providence.


181. Wilfred Pinab,,
Hillside Estates,
New Providence.









182. Wilfred Pinder,
Hillside Estates,
New Providence.





183. Edward Burrows
New Providence.






184. Edward Burrows,
New Providence.



185. Arnold L.
Flowers,
Southern District,
New Providence.



186. Arnold L.
Flowers,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Restaurant




Music and Dancing




Restaurant











Music and Dancing








Restaurant








Music and Dancing




Restaurant






Music and Dancing


One storey stone build-
ing situate Englerston
in the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Englerston
in the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.
The Northern portion
of the ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate on
Baillou Hill Road
about 100 ft. South of
the Knights of King
George Union Hall in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
The Northern portion
of the ground floor of
a two storey stone
building situate Baillou
Hill Road in the South-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Fowler
Street, South, about
200 ft. off Market
Street running East in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Fowler
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
The two storey stone
building situate at the
corner of Market and
King Streets in the
Southern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
The two storey stone
building situate at the
corner of Market and
King Streets in the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.















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


187. Utoy Wong,
Southern District,
New Providence.


188. Utoy Wong,
Southern District,
New Providence.



188a. Franklyn
Clarke,
Southern District,
New Providence.





188b. Franklyn
Clarke,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Restaurant


Music and Dancing





Restaurant









Music and Dancing


The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Street, South, opposite
the Southern Police
Station in the South-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Poinciana
Avenue about 400 ft.
off Baillou Hill Road
running East in the
Grove Area of the
Southern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate the Grove
Area of the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.


EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


189. Antonia Wong,
Eastern District,
New Providence.




190. Antonia Wong,
Eastern District,
New Providence.




191. Alfred Atwell
Munroe,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


192. Alfred Atwell
Munroe,
Eastern District.


193. James Wong,
New Providence.


Restaurant






Music and Dancing






Restaurant





Music and Dancing


CITY DISTRICT
Restaurant


One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Deveaux and
Bay Streets in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Deveaux and
Bay Streets in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate William
Street in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate William
Street in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.


The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate on the
Southern side of Bay
Street just East of
East Street in the City
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 599

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

of Nassau in the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.

WESTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE
194. Lona Thompson Restaurant The ground floor of a
Jones, two storey stone build-
Western District, ing known as the
New Providence. Henry Hotel situate in
the Chippingham Area
near to Mr. Granger
A.S.P., New Provi-
dence, in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.
194a. Lona Thompson Music and Dancing The ground floor of a
Jones, two storey stone build-
Western District, ing situate Chipping-
New Providence. ham in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.

WHOLESALE AND MUSIC AND DANCING
APPLICATIONS
CITY DISTRICT


195. Nicolas P.
Maillis,
Western District,
New Providence.



196. Thomas Peter
Maury,
New Providence.





197. Thomas Peter
Maury,
New Providence.



198. Sir Roland
Theadore
Symonette,
New Providence.


Wholesale







Wholesale








Wholesale





Wholesale


The Western portion
of a two storey stone
building known as the
Esquire Lounge Club
situate in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Bay and Char-
lotte Streets in the
City of Nassau in the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
The Eastern side of the
ground floor of the
Prince George Hotel in
the City of Nassau in
the Island of New
Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Bay Street
in the City of Nassau
in the Island of New
Providence.


198a. Mark Gordon Wholesale The western portion of
Johnson, a one storey stone
New Providence. building situate on
Frederick Street in the
City of Nassau in the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


199. Earl Wilson,
Mt. Royal
Avenue,


Wholesale


One storey stone build-
ing situate Mt. Royal
Avenue in the Eastern
















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


Eastern District,
New Providence.
200. Robert H.
Symonette,
New Providence.






201. R. Rolle,
Eastern District,
New Providence.




202. Audley Spooner
Clarke,
New Providence.


203. Bursil Brown,
Shirley Heights,
Eastern District,
New Providence.


204. Bursil Brown,
Shirley Heights,
New Providence.



205. Virgill
Adderley,
New Providence.



206. Burns House
Limited,
New Providence.






207. Levi Davis,
Fox Hill,
Eastern District.



208. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



209. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.


Wholesale








Wholesale







Wholesale




Wholesale





Music and Dancing






Wholesale





Wholesale








Wholesale





Wholesale





Wholesale


District of the Island
of New Providence.
Two storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of East Bay
Street between William
and Fowler Streets in
the Eastern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Pinedale
Avenue about 300 ft.
off Wulff Road running
South in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Elizabeth
Avenue in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stucco
building situate on the
North side of Montrose
Avenue in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stucco
building situate Mont-
rose Avenue in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stucco
building situate Wil-
liams Lane in the East-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate on the
Southern side of Ma-
deria Avenue in the
Eastern District in the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Strachan
Alley off Kemp Road
in the Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Bay Street
West of Deveaux St.
in the Eastern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Ernest and Mac-
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 601
Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


209b. Alfred Burns,
New Providence.


WESTERN

210. George Robinson,
Base Road,
Western District.




211. Richardson
Talmon Albury,
Carmichael
Village.


212. Wilmore L.
Tinker,
South Street,
New Providence.





213. Sir Oliver
Simmonds,
Prospect Ridge,
New Providence.



214. William Griffin,
Western District,
New Providence.




215. Louis Talmo
Chea,
Chippingham,
Western District,
New Providence.


216. We. Christofilis,
Brothers,
New Providence.


Wholesale


DISTRICT, NEW

Wholesale






Wholesale


Wholesale









Wholesale






Wholesale






Wholesale


Wholesale


key Streets in the
Eastern District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Strachan
Alley, Kemp Road,
Eastern District, New
Providence.

PROVIDENCE

One storey stone build-
ing situate Base Road
about 100 ft. North of
Christie's Park in the
Western District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
Southern side of Car-
michael Road near
Gladstone Road in the
Western District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of South
Street about 300 ft.
East of the Govern-
ment Nursery in the
Western District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Westward
Villas and known as
Balmoral Warehouse
in the Western District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate Kirk
Lane between Eneas
Lane and Three Peas
Corner in the Western
District, New Provi-
dence.
The Western portion
of a one storey stone
building situate at the
corner of Providence
Avenue and Infant
View Road in the
Western District of the
Island of New Provi.
dence.
One storey wooden
warehouse situate on
the South side of Vir-
ginia Street in the
Western District, New
Providence.
















602 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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


217. Moral Symonette,
Southern District,
New Providence.





218. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.







219. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.




220. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.


Wholesale








Wholesale









Wholesale







Wholesale


One storey wooden
building situate on the
South side of Meadows
Street, West of the
Emmanuel Gospel Hall
in the Western District
of the Island of New
Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate on the
West side of Nassau
Street about 100 ft.
North of the Cat and
Fiddle in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build.
ing situate Boyd Road
about 800 ft. West
of St. Joseph's Church,
Western District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build.
ing situate at the corn-
er of Rupert Dean
Lane and Meadows
Street in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.


SOUTHERN DISTRICT, NEW PROVIDENCE


221. Edward Burrows,
Southern District,
New Providence.



222. Moral Symonette,
Southern District,
New Providence.




223. Moral Symonette,
Southern District,
New Providence.
224. David Brice,



Wellington Street,
Southern District,




225. Percy C. Hall,
East Street,
Southern District.


Wholesale





Wholesale






Wholesale






Wholesale







Wholesale


One storey wooden
building situate Fow-
ler Street in the South-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate McCollough
Corner, East, in the
Southern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate Wulff
Road in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.

One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of Welling-
ton Street, West, in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Melvin
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 603
Name and Address Description of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


226. Esau Forbes,
John Street,
New Providence.



227. Oscar Glinton,
Englerston,
Southern District.






228. C. Clyde,
New Providence.






229. Avard Sears,
Mackey Street,
Eastern District,
New Providence.



230. Arnold Flowers,
Southern District,
New Providence.




231. Arnold Flowers,
Southern District,
New Providence.



232. C. E. O'Brien,
Mason's Addition,
Southern District,
New Providence.




233. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.






234. Susan E. Francis,
Young Street,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Wholesale





Wholesale








Wholesale







Wholesale






Wholesale






Wholesale





Wholesale







Wholesale








Wholesale


One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of John
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
Df New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the East
side of East Street just
South of St. Luke's
Baptist Church in the
Englerston Area of the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Bahama Avenue
and Crooked Street in
the Grove Area of the
Southern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Walkins
Street in the Engler-
ston Area of the South-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of Fowler
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.

One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
North side of Fowler
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
East side of West
Street about 150 ft.
South of Cambridge
Alley in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the East
side of West Street,
South about 200 ft.
North of Farquhar-
son's Barber Shop in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate on the
Southern side of Wind-
sor Lane in the South-
ern District.
















604 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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

GENERAL AND MUSIC AND DANCING APPLICATIONS
CITY DISTRICT


235. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



236. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



237. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



238. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.


General





Music and Dancing





General





Music and Dancing


EASTERN DISTRICT, NEW
239. James Bethell General
Robertson,
New Providence.


240. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



241. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.




242. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.




243. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



244. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.


Music and Dancing





General






Music and Dancing






General





Music and Dancing


The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Range in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Range in the City of
Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
South side of Meeting
Street in the City of
Nassau in the Island of
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Meeting
Street in the City of
Nassau in the Island
of New Providence.
'ROVIDENCE
One storey stone build-
ing situate East Shir-
ley Street Wegt of Wil-
liam Street in the
Eastern Districtof the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate East Shir-
ley Street in the East-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Kemp and Py-
from Roads in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Kemp and Py-
from Roads in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Street near Brougham
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Street, South, in the
Southern District of
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 605

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


245. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



246. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



247. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



248. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.


249. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.



250. James Bethell
Robertson,
New Providence.


General





Music and Dancing





General





Music and Dancing




General


Music and Dancing


the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Market St.
near Wood Alley in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Market St.
near Wood Alley in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Baillou Hill
Road near King Street
in the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Baillou Hill
Road near King Street
in the Southern Dis-
trict, New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Jail Alley and
East Street in the
Southern District, New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Jail Alley and
East Street in the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.


NEW APPLICATIONS FOR NEW PROVIDENCE


150. W, Griffin,
New Providence.


Music and Dancing


One storey wooden
building situate Kirk
Lane between Eneas
Lane and Three Peas
Corner, Western Dis-
trict, New Providence.
dence.


Dated at Nassau, N.P. the 25th day of November, 1959.

LESLIE A. WHYLLY,
Clerk to the Licensing Authority.


Nassau, Bahamas,
26th November, 1959.

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
NASSAU
VACANT POSTS

PORT & MARINE DEPARTMENT
Applications are invited for the following posts in the Port
& Marine Department.














606 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

(1) Master of Government Vessel
Applicant should be over 30 years of age, have considerable
seagoing experience, including at least 5 years as Master of
a power driven vessel. Applicant must be physically fit and
be prepared to undergo a medical examination.
Salary in the range of 760 x 70 1390.
(2) Captain & Dredging Master
Applicant should be over 30 years of age, have considerable
seagoing experience, including at least 5 years as Captain
& Dredging Master of a power driven vessel. Applicant
must be physically fit and be prepared to undergo a medical
examination.
Salary in the range of 760 x 70 1390.
Application forms may be obtained at the office of the Com-
mission on Bay and Victoria Avenue, in the Myers Building
(ground floor), and when returned should be accompanied by
three recent testimonials from responsible persons. Final applica-
tions will close on Saturday 12th December, 1959 at 12 noon.

A. W. FRISBY,
Chairman,
Civil Service Commission.
P. O. Box 581,
Nassau.


OLD AGE PENSIONERS
Old Age Pensioners residing in the vicinity of Sandilands are
advised that their pensions for the month of November, 1959,
will be paid at the Jungle Club, Fox Hill, on Friday the 4th De-
cember, 1959, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
2. Other Old Age Pensioners are advised that pension for
the month of November, 1959 will be paid at the British Legion
Hall on Blue Hill Road on Monday the 30th November, Tuesday
the 1st December, Wednesday the 2nd December and Thursday
the 3rd December, 1959.
3. Pensioners whose surnames begin with the letters A E
should attend on Monday, those whose surnames begin with the
letters F M on Tuesday, those whose surnames begin with the
letters N S on Wednesday and those whose surnames begin with
the letters T Z on Thursday.
4. Old Age Pensions will not be paid at the Treasury on
Saturday the 5th December, 1959.
CLAUDE SAUNDERS,
for Receiver General and Treasurer.
The Treasury
Nassau, Bahamas
30th November, 1959.

THE PHARMACY ACT (CHAPTER 53, SECTION 6)
The undermentioned person has been granted a permit under
the Pharmacy Act.
Name Address
Mr. Oral Pinder Deep Creek, Eleuthera

CLAUDE SAUNDERS,
for Receiver General and Treasurer.
The Treasury,
Nassau, Bahamas,
28th November, 1959.














SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL


GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU November 28, 1959 48

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
No. 253.
The subjoined Regulations made under Part VII of The Road
Traffic Act 1958 are published for general information.
M.P, 15665H.
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
Made Under
THE ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1958.
Part VII
Title
1. These Regulations may be cited as The Road Traffic
Regulations 1959.


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Interpretation
2. In these Regulations unless the context otherwise re-
quires:-
'bicycle' means a vehicle having two w-heels which is not
wholly or partially propelled by mechanical means;
"horse" includes a mule or donkey.
motorcycle' means a motor vehicle with less than four
wheels the weight of which unladen does not ex-
ceed eight hundred weight;
'motor vehicle means a vehicle which is wholly or partially
propelled by mechanical means and which is de-
signed or adapted for use on the roads;
'public place' includes any square, open place, wharf, pier,
jetty, building or other place to which the public
have access;
'street' includes any road, street, highway, sidewalk, foot
path, alley, lane or thoroughfare;
'tricycle' means a vehicle having three wheels which is not
wholly or partially propelled by mechanical means;
'vehicle' includes any motor vehicle, carriage, cart, dray,
wagon, tricycle, bicycle, or other vehicle of two or
more wheels, but does not include a baby carriage
or perambulator.

Closing Of Streets
3. (1) A Public Board of Works may close any public place
or street temporarily at any time for any purpose.

(2) The Commissioner of Police may on the occasion
of any sitting of the Supreme Court, public or official meeting,
ceremony, procession or for the regulation of any extraordinary
condition of traffic, close any public place or street to such an
extent and for such time as he may deem necessary.

(3) For the purposes of this regulation if a notice pur-
porting to be signed by the Clerk of the Public Board of Works
or the Commissioner of Police be posted in a conspicuous place
at or near where the stoppage is to be enforced, such place or
street shall be deemed to be closed.

Closing Of Streets To Traffic During Fires
4. On the occasion of any fire the Commissioner of Police
or other officer in charge of such fire shall have full control of
any public place or street in the vicinity of the fire and give such
directions regarding the vehicular and other traffic, as he may
deem necessary for the efficient and orderly conduct of the fire
extinguishing operation or for the safety of the public.








Vehicles To Be'Fitted With Instruments Giving
Warning Of Approach
5. (1) No person shall drive or be in charge of any motor
vehicle in any public place unless there is attached thereto a
horn or other instrument approved by the Controller of Road
Traffic.
(2) No person shall drive or be in charge of any cab, or
private carriage or cycle in any public place unless there is at-
tached thereto, a bell or other instrument approved of by the
Commissioner of Police.
The horn, bell or other instrument referred to in these
regulations shall be for the purpose of giving warning of ap-
proach, shall be fit for the :purpose and shall be kept in good
order and repair.

Lamps And Lighting Up Period
6.: Wtih effect from the first day of January 1960, no per-
son shall drive, ride or be in charge of any vehicle in any public
place or street unless there is attached thereto the lamps and re-
flectors specified in the sub-regulations immediately following
and such lamps should be lighted and kept alight between the
hours of one half hour after sunset and one half hour before sun-
rise, hereafter called. "hours of darkness."
Provided that a vehicle may be parked in any public place
or street in which parking is allowed, during the above men-
tioned hours without the lights being kept alight, if such place
or street is illuminated by street lights.
(1) Subject to the exceptions set out in sub-regulation (2)
of this regulation, a motor vehicle, shall be fitted with
(a) two lamps affixed to the front of the vehicle,
one upon each side of the vehicle, fitted in such a
way that their centres are not more than five feet
from the ground and 12 inches from the widest part
of the vehicle;
(b) such lamps must be capable during the hours
of darkness of illuminating with a white or amber
light objects at. a distance of not less than 500 feet
in front of the vehicle;
(c) such lamps must be capable of being deflected
downwards, or downwards and to the left and the
deflected beam must be adjusted as not to dazzle
a person at a height of 3 feet at a distance of 25
feet or more from the vehicle.
(d) one lamp at each side of the rear of the
vehicle facing squarely to the rear, showing a red
light to the rear, and having ani illuminated area of








at least two inches in diameter or such that a circle
of one inch diameter may be included therein,
affixed to the vehicle as follows:
(i) in a vertical position not more than 16
inches from the widest part of the vehicle;
(ii) within 30 inches from the extreme rear
of the vehicle;
(iii) not more than 3 feet 6 inches nor less
than 1 foot 3 inches from the ground;
(e) one red reflector at each side of the rear of the
vehicle (as separate units or embodied in the rear
lamps required by sub-regulation (d) of this regula-
tion) facing squarely to the rear, such reflector to
be at least, if circular, 1% inches in diameter or, if
not circular, be of an area such that a circle having
a diameter of 1 inch may be included therein,
affixed to the vehicle in the manner required by
sub-paragraphs (6) (ii) and (iii) of paragraph (d) of
this sub-regulation;
(f) a lamp, whether as a separate unit or embodied
in the rear lamps required by paragraph (d) of this
sub-regulation, constructed and placed so as to
illuminate with a clear white light and to render
easily distinguishable the registered number attach-
ed to the rear of the vehicle:
(2) (a) a motor cycle, having two wheels only, one lamp
only meeting the requirements set out in paragraphs
(a) (b) and (c) of sub-regulation (1) of this regula-
tion which is affixed in such a manner as to
illuminate with a white light and to render easily
distinguishable the registered number attached to
the front of the vehicle and one lamp only and one
reflector only meeting the requirements of para-
graphs (d) and (e) of sub-regulation (1) of this reg-
ulation;
(b) a motor cycle with two wheels at the rear (includ-
ing a motor cycle having two wheels with a side
car having one wheel) shall have:
(i) one lamp only meeting the requirements of
paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of sub-regulation
(1) of this regulation, which is affixed in such
a manner as to illuminate with a white light
and to render easily distinguishable the regis-
tered number attached to the front of the
vehicle;
(ii) one lamp only meeting the requirements of
-sub-regulation (a) of this regulation;
(iii) two reflectors meeting the requirements of
sub-regulation (e) of this regulation;








(c) A motor cycle with two wheels at the front shall
have the lamps and reflectors meeting the require-
ments of paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) of sub.
regulation (1) of this regulation.
(3) A horse drawn cab or carriage:-
(a) Two lamps affixed one on each side of the
vehicle showing a white light to the front and
a red light to the rear;
(b) a red reflector attached to the rear of the
vehicle in a vertical position facing to the rear
so as to reflect with a red light the light of an
overtaking vehicle.
(4) A horse drawn vehicle other than a cab or carriage:-
a lamp affixed to the vehicle in such a position
that when lighted at night its light may be seen
from every direction.
(5) A bicycle or tri-cycle
(a) a lamp affixed to the front of the vehicle in
such a position as to show a clear white light
to the front when lighted during the hours of
darkness.
(b) a red light or reflector affixed to the rear of the
cycle in such a position that a red light or the
reflection of the light from an overtaking
vehicle shows red to the rear.
Signals
7. (1) The driver of every vehicle shall, when driving, use
the following signals:-
(a) if a left hand drive vehicle


(b)


(i) when about to slow down or stop extend
the arm pointing it towards the ground;
(ii) when turning to the left extend the arm
from the shoulder and hold it horizontally;
and
(iii) when turning to the right extend the arm
from the shoulder with the forearm and
hand pointing upwards.
If a right hand drive vehicle
(i) when about to slow down or stop extend
the arm pointing it towards the ground;
(ii) when turning to the left extend the arm
from the shoulder with the forearm and
hand pointing upwards; and
(iii) when turning to the right fully extend the
arm from the shoulder and hold it
horizontally.








(2) If the vehicle is fitted with direction indicators the
signals may be made by the use of such indicators.
Parking
8. (1) Except as otherwise herein specified, a vehicle may
be parked in any place on the island of New Providence.
(2) No vehicle shall be parked;
(a) on any sidewalk, footpath or pathway;
(b) on the places set out in the Schedule A to these
Regulations;
(c) on any street in such a way as to obstruct the
access of any other vehicle to any private
driveway private garage or yard abutting to
such street;
(d) on any bend of a street, or in such a position
as to be likely to be a nuisance or a danger or
obstruction to any other vehicle;
(e) within fifteen feet of a corner, provided that
where a line is marked on a roadway designat-
ing a public parking place a vehicle may be
parked as near the adjacent corner as is in-
dicated by such lines;
(f) alongside any vehicle stopped or parked at the
edge or curb of a street.
(3) (a) The Controller of Road Traffic is hereby em-
powered to prescribe that in any public place
where parking is permitted such parking shall
be at an angle with or parallel to the street, and
to mark out on the ground those parking areas
in which only taxi-cabs and cabs may park and
those parking areas which are reserved for
vehicles other than taxi-cabs and cabs.
(b) The Controller of Road Traffic shall give
public notice of any Rule or Regulation made
under The Road Traffic Act prohibiting or re-
stricting the use of vehicles on any Road or
public place, and limiting the speed of vehicles
within any limits or places, and for the purpose
of giving effect tp any such rule or regulation,
shall mark out either by markings on the ground
or by erecting signs in, conspicuous places on
or near the road or public place to which the
Rule orRegulation refers.
.(c) No person shall place, maintain or display upon
or in view of any.road or public place, any un-
authorised sign or, marking which purports to
be, or is an imitation of or resembles an official
sign or marking or which attempts to direct the
movement of traffic or. parking of vehicles or









which hides from view or interferes with the
effectiveness of any official sign or marking, and
the Controller of Road Traffic is empowered to
remove or cause to be removed any such sign
or marking.
(4) Except on Fridays after the hour of 12 noon and on
Sunday and Public Holidays no vehicle, between the hours of
8.00 a.m. and 5 p.m. shall park as follows:-
(a) for longer than one hour in any one parking
area on Bay Street between Deveaux Street and
the Navy Lion Abutment.
(b) for longer than one half hour in any one park-
ing area in the following places;
(i) on the West side of Bank Lane from the
north eastern corner of the Post Office
Building south to the north eastern corn-
er of the Law Courts Building;
(ii) on East Street outside the Telecommuni-
cations Building;
(iii) on the East side of Charlotte Street Slip;
(iv) on the West side of the most easterly
street in the Market Area known as the
Market Range;
(v) on the West side of Market Street, be-
tween King Street and Trinity Place;
(vi) on both sides of the area in the Market
Area situate between the Building hous-
ing the Main Market Building on the
South and the Building Housing the
Agricultural and Marine Products Depart-
ment and the Fish Market on the north;
(vii) on the portion of the most westerly street
in the Market Area situate to the west
of the Building Housing the Agricultural
and Marine Products Board and the Fish
Market.
Provided that nothing in this paragraph shall apply to
taxi-cabs parked in marked taxi-cabs stands.
(5) The Road Traffic Authority is hereby empowered
to prescribe Loading Zones in any Public Place and the Controller
of Road Traffic is hereby empowered to mark out on the ground
or by other signs Loading Zones as prescribed by the Road Traffic
Authority, and no .driver of a vehicle shall stop or park such
vehicle in any place so marked other than for the purpose of load-
ing and unloading passengers or goods and then for not more
than twenty minutes.








(6) Medical practitioners shall, in cases of emergency
only be exempt from all parking restrictions.
(7) Except where angle parking or parking on a One
Way Street is permitted by these regulations every vehicle stopped
or parked upon a street shall be stopped or parked with the left
hand wheels of such vehicle parallel with and within eighteen
inches of the left hand curb or left hand side of the street. Where
angle parking is permitted vehicles shall be parked at the angle
to the curb or side of the street indicated by markings on the
street with the nearer front wheel of the vehicle within eighteen
inches of the curb or side of the street. On One Way Streets
where parking is permitted on either side of the street vehicles
shall be parked with the wheels on the nearer side of the vehicle
within eighteen inches of the curb or side of the street.
(8) In New Providence no vehicle other than an omni-
bus shall stop in a space marked as a "Bus Stop".
(9) Without prejudice to the other provisions of this
regulation all parking shall be carried out in such manner and in
such a way as any police officer may direct.
(10) Where lines are marked on the street or public
place indicating in what manner parking is allowed vehicles shall
be parked accordingly.
(11) No vehicle other than a taxi-cab shall be parked
in an area reserved for taxi-cabs and marked "TAXI" and no
vehicle other than a cab shall be parked in an area reserved for
cabs and marked "CABS". In Rawson Square and in that part
of Bay Street bounded on the east by Elizabeth Avenue and on
the west by George Street and on Marlborough Street no taxi-cab
shall be parked other than in an area reserved for taxi-cabs and
marked "TAXI" and no cab shall be parked other than in an
area reserved for cabs and marked "CABS."
(12) Notwithstanding any thing to the contrary contain-
ed in these Regulations the Controller of Road Traffic is hereby
empowered to mark out the following:
(a) one space for the parking only of the Deputy Co-
lonial Secretary's car on the west side of Bank Lane
immediately to the north of the steps to the Colonial
Secretary's Office;
(b) an area for the parking of Police vehicles on the
east side of Bank Lane extending from the main en-
trance to the Central Police Station south to the
steps at the southern end of the Central Police Sta-
tion;
(c) spaces adjoining the southern porch of the Law
Courts Building on the west side of Bank Lane for









the parking between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 5.00
p.m. on Mondays to Fridays and 9.00 a.m. to 12
noon on Saturdays, of the vehicles of the Chief Jus-
tice, Attorney General, Solicitor General and Reg-
istrar General;
(d) two spaces at the southern end of Bank Lane for
the parking between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 5.00
p.m. on Mondays to Fridays and 9.00 a.m. to 12
noon on Saturdays, of the vehicles of the American
Consulate and Post Master;
(e) spaces at the extreme northern end of Gaol Alley
immediately south of the southern end of the Cen-
tral Police Station for the parking between the
hours of 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. on Mondays to Fri-
days and 9.00 a.m. and 12 noon on Saturdays of the
Stipendiary and Circuit Magistrates and traffic of-
ficers vehicles.
The moving of a vehicle from one parking area to another
parking area within 1500 feet from the first area shall be deemed
to be continuous parking of such vehicle unless a period of one
hour shall have elapsed between the first and any subsequent
parking.
One Way Streets
9. (1) Vehicles shall not be driven northwards on;
(a) Hospital Lane between West Hill Street and
Meeting Street;
(b) George Street;
(c) Market Street between Princes Street and Bay
Street;
(d) Parliament Street between Shirley Street and
Bay Street;
(e) Colebrook Lane;
(f) Sears Road;
(g) Peck's Slope;
(h) Comfort Street that portion between Ander-
son Street and Gaol Alley;
(i) The street situate between the Buildings Hous-
ing The Straw and Vegetable Markets on the
East and the Building Housing the Produce Ex-
change, the Agricultural and Marine Products
Department and the Fish Market on the west
and running north and south between Bay
Street and the Harbour;
(j) Dorchester Street;
(2) Vehicles shall not be driven southwards on:-
(a) Charlotte Street between Shirley Street and
Bay Street;








(b) East Street between Shirley Street and the Sea;
(c) Miller's Court;
(d) Dunmore Lane;
(e) Bank Lane from Central Police Station Building
to Shirley Street;
(f) Sweeting's Lane;
(g) Augusta Street between Virginia Street and Bay
Street;
(h) Burnside Lane;
(i) From the entrance on Bay Street to the northern
extremity of the building housing the Produce
Exchange along the most westerly street in the
Market Area running north to south between
Bay Street and the Harbour;
(j) Market Range;
(k) West Street between Marlborough Street and
West Hill Street.
(3) Vehicles shall not be driven eastwards on:-
(a) Bay Street between George Street and Christie
Street;
(b) Cambridge Lane;
(c) Miller's Court;
(d) Meadow Street;
(e) Lewis Street between Market Street and East
Street;
(f) Gaol Alley;
(g) Virginia Street between Dorchester and Nassau
Street;
(h) Marlborough Street between West Street and
Dorchester Street.
(4) Vehicles shall not be driven westwards on:-
(a) King Street (City);
(b) Trinity Place;
(c) Shirley Street between Frederick Street and
Fowler Street;
(d) Hay Street between Market Street and East
Street;
(e) Princes Street;
(f) Duke Street between Market Street and George
Street;
(g) Sea Front between the Market Range and Char-
lotte Street;
(h) Heathfield Street;
(i) That area in the Market Range situate between
the building housing the Main Market on the
south and the building housing the Agricultural
and Marine Products Department and the Fish
Market on the north;
(J) Anderson Street;
(k) Petticoat Lane;








Places In Which Busses And Trucks May Not Be Driven
10. Except for the purpose of maintenance, no person
being the driver or person in charge of a motor omnibus or motor
truck shall allow the same to be driven on:-
(a) Fort Charlotte Grounds;
(b) The Western Esplanade;
(c) Southern Recreation Grounds;
(d) King Street (City) between Market Street and
George Street.
Places In Which Motor Vehicles Not Allowed
11. (1) Except for the maintenance of the street and Pub-
lic Utilities no motor vehicle is allowed along:-
(a) Hall's Lane;
(b) The driveway around the Queen's Statue at the
north of the Post Office or in the spaces on
either side of the main entrance to the post of-
fice except when taking passengers to or from
the Legislative Council Chamber or the House
of Assembly and on such occasions vehicles shall
be removed immediately on the passengers
alighting and shall not be brought back until
the passengers in question are leaving the
premises.
Provided that this sub-regulation shall not apply to
vehicles employed by the General Post Office to convey
mail and the Public Works Department for mainten-
ance purposes or authorised by the Currency Commis-
sioners to transport currency.
(2) No motor traffic is allowed on the Eastern Parade
except for purposes of maintenance.
(3) No motor traffic, unless there is no other means of
the driver reaching his destination, is allowed along:
(a) Dorchester northwards from Virginia Street;
(b) Pitt Street
Major And Minor Streets
12. (1) The streets in New Providence set out in the
Schedule B to these, Regulations shall be deemed major streets
with rights of way thereon.
(2) All other streets shall be deemed minor streets.
Stopping And Stop Signs
13. (1) Subject to paragraph (3) of this regulation, any per-
son driving any vehicle or riding any animal shall. stop and ascer-
tain the way is clear before;
(a) entering a major street;
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(b) entering any minor street otherwise than from
a main street, and
(c) Crossing any major street.
(2) Any such person shall also stop in obedience to
any mark or sign displayed at or on any street erected or laid
down by Authority.
(3) The provisions of this regulation shall not apply
when a police officer on point duty signals to any such person that
he may proceed.
Things A Person May Not Do
14. No person shall in any public place or street;
(a) without the consent of the person in charge of the
vehicle mount or in any wise interfere with the
same;
(b) when on a vehicle hold on to any other vehicle
that may be in motion;
(c) unlawfully and wilfully place himself in the way
of any vehicle so as to hinder, prevent or render
progress more difficult;
(d) ride or push a bicycle upon such public place or
street more than two abreast.

Things A Person In Charge Of A Vehicle Must Do
15. The person driving, riding or in charge of any vehicle
in any public place or street shall;
(a) Keep to the left side of such place or street at all
times except;
(i) when turning into any other public place or
street or private way on the right hand side;
(ii) when overtaking or passing any other animal,
pedestrian or vehicular traffic when he shall
overtake or pass on the right of such traffic
and return to the left hand side of such public
place or street when he is one clear length of
his vehicle ahead of the traffic so overtaken
or passed;
Provided that he shall not overtake or pass
any traffic unless the road ahead is free of
other traffic or in such manner as to cause
danger or inconvenience to other road users.
Provided further that the provisions of
this sub-regulation shall not apply to a vehicle
driven on a one way street.
(b) Produce his licence, if any, if required to do so by
a police officer.








(c) Stop when ever so required by a police officer.
(d) Stop immediately after an accident in which he is
in any way concerned and remain stationary for
such period as may be necessary to comply with
the provisions of sub-paragraph (e) below.
Provided that when the accident in which he
is in any way concerned has involved bodily injury
to any person he shall stop immediately and not
move his vehicle until he has been directed to do so
by a police officer except only when it may be neces-
sary to convey an injured person from the scene to
receive medical attention in or upon the vehicle
of which he is in charge;
(e) Give his name and address and also the name and
address of the owner and the registered number
of the vehicle and any other information which it
is within his power to give whenever requested to
do so by any police officer or, after an accident to
any person connected therewith;
(f) Report any accident in which he is in any way
involved to a police officer or to a police station
within twenty four hours;
(g) Move his vehicle when requested to do so by a
police officer;
(h) Upon the approach of any fire engine or any appa-
ratus used in connection with the extinguishing of
fires or any ambulance or any police vehicle fitted
with sirens, pull in to the left or near side of the
road and remain stationary until such vehicle has
passed.
The approach of a fire engine, an ambulance
or a police vehicle will be signalled by the ring-
ing of the bell or the sounding of the siren carried
thereon;
(i) If the vehicle is a motor vehicle sit directly op-
posite the steering wheel.
(j) If the vehicle has been broken down or damaged
in any public place or street remove the vehicle
at the earliest possible opportunity and in any event
within twenty four hours from the time when the
breakdown or damage occurred;
(k) If his vehicle is fitted with both driving and dipping
lights use his dipping lights when approaching all
on-coming traffic.








Vehicles Causing Obstructions
16. (1) Whenever any police officer finds a vehicle stand-
ing in any public place or street in such a manner as to cause
an obstruction or to create a hazard, or to be likely to cause an
obstruction or to create a hazard, such officer is hereby author-
ised to provide for the removal of such vehicle.
(2) The owner of any vehicle so moved shall be re-
quired to pay the cost of the removal of such vehicle and any
charge for the storage of such vehicle which may be incurred be-
fore such vehicle is released to him. Should such vehicle be un-
claimed or the owner of such vehicle not found at the expiration
of six months from the date of removal of such vehicle then such
vehicle shall be regarded as abandoned property and dealt with
accordingly.

Things A Person In Charge Of A Vehicle Shall Not Do

17. The person driving, riding or in charge of any vehicle
in any public place or street shall not
(a) make his vehicle travel backwards for a greater dis-
tance than may be required for the safety or con-
venience of the occupants of the vehicle and of
other traffic;
(b) leave his vehicle, if a motor vehicle, with the engine
running, or without taking precautions against it
being started in his absence;
(c) refuse to give way or negligently or wilfully prevent,
hinder or interrupt the free passage of any other
traffic, and he shall keep his vehicle on the left or
near side of the road for the purpose of allowing
such passage;
(d) turn his vehicle in any town or settlement (except
for the purpose of entering any premises) until he
shall have arrived at a corner;
(e) pass or attempt to pass another vehicle at an inter-
section, or approaching the top of a hill, or upon a
curve, or drive to the right of the centre of any street
at any point where sich centre line is marked by
a solid line, provided that this sub-regulation does
not apply to one way streets;
(f) when turning such vehicle into an intersecting
street make such turn to the left except from the
lane of traffic nearest the left side of the street, or
to the right except from the lane of traffic nearest
the centre of a two way street or nearest the right
side of a one way street. In making any such turn
he shall yield the right of way to pedestrians law-
fully using the street;









(g) wilfully obstruct or hinder any other person in
charge of any vehicle in taking in or discharging
any goods whatsoever;
(h) carry or permit to be carried any tree, timber or
iron beams or any lumber, material or thing pro-
jecting more than one foot beyond the sides of the
body of such vehicle; provided that in case of ne-
cessity permission may be obtained from the Com-
missioner of Police for the carriage of such thing,
which, from its nature, project beyond the distance
allowed by these regulations;
(i) allow such vehicle to stand in any public place or
street so as to cause an obstruction in such public
way or street or inconvenience to any member of
the public;
(j) drive such vehicle recklessly or negligently or at a
speed or in a manner which is dangerous to the pub-
lic, having regard to all the circumstances of the
case, including the nature, condition and use of the
place on which the same is driven and to the
amount of traffic which actually is at the time, or
might reasonably be expected to be on the scene;
(k) use the horn, bell or other instrument unnecessarily
or for any other purpose than to give other road
users audible warning of his approach.
(1) by careless, negligent or wilful misbehaviour cause
any hurt or damage to any person or property;
(m) be under the influence of liquor, or asleep;
(n) use such vehicle on any public place or street so
as to cause unnecessary noise or annoyance to any
person;
(o) give a false reply or false information to any police
officer or other person;
(p) drive, ride or push such vehicle upon or across any
sidewalk except to go directly across the same into
or out of any premises or public place and then
only where there is a proper crossing;
(q) drive or ride such vehicle along any public place
or street temporarily closed by order of the Public
Board of Works or the Commissioner of Police;
(r) drive, ride, propel, push or draw his vehicle over
or along any portion of any public place or street
in which any fire hose is laid or is being laid:
(s) allow any person to hold on to his vehicle when in
motion or allow any person to be a passenger in his
vehicle who is not wholly seated within the body
of such vehicle;
(t) if the vehicle is a bicycle, tricycle or motor cycle
ride other than upon the permanent seat attached









thereto or carry any other person upon such bicycle,
or tricycle or motor cycle other than upon a firmly
attached and regular seat thereon and no person
shall ride upon a bicycle, tricycle or motor cycle
other than as above authorised;

Bus Stops
18. The Controller of Road Traffic is hereby empowered to
erect "BUS STOP" signs at suitable places in the City of Nassau
and no driver of a motor omnibus shall within the limits of the
City of Nassau stop his vehicle to let down or take up passengers
at any place other than marked by such a sign.

Things A Person In Charge Of An Animal Shall Do
19. The person, driving, riding or in charge of any animal
in any public place or street shall:
(a) Keep to the left hand side of such public place or
street at all times except
(i) when turning into any other public place or
street or private way on the right hand side;
(ii) when overtaking or passing any other animal,
pedestrian or vehicular traffic when he shall
overtake or pass on the right of such traffic and
return to the left hand side of such public place
or street when he is one clear length of his
vehicle ahead of the traffic so overtaken or
passed. Provided that he shall not overtake
or pass any traffic unless the road ahead is free
of other traffic or in such manner as to cause
danger or inconvenience to other road users.
(b) stop when so required by a police officer;
(c) stop immediately after an accident in which he is
in any way concerned and remain stationary for
such period as may be necessary to comply with
the provisions of sub-paragraph (d) below;
Provided that when the accident in which he is in
any way concerned has involved bodily injury to
any person he shall stop immediately and if driving
or in charge of an animal drawn vehicle shall not
move his vehicle until he has been directed to do
so by a police officer only except when it may be
necessary to convey an injured person from the
scene to receive medical attention in or upon the
vehicle of which he is in charge;
(d) give his name and address and any other informa-
tion which it is within his power to give whenever









requested to do so by any police officer, or after an
accident, to any person connected therewith;
(e) report after an accident in which he is in any way
involved to a police officer or to a police station
within twenty four hours;
(f) upon the approach of the fire engines or any ap-
paratus used in connection with the extinguishing
of fires, or any ambulances or police vehicles pull
to the left or near side of the road and remain
there until the fire apparatus, ambulance or police
vehicle has passed; the approach of the fire engine,
ambulance and police vehicle will be signalled by
the ringing of the bell or the sounding of the siren
carried thereon;
20. The person riding or in charge of any animal shall not:
(a) leave his animal unless in charge of some competent
person or without taking all necessary precautions
to keep the animal securely tethered and to safe-
guard the public;
(b) negligently or wilfully prevent, hinder or interrupt
the free passage of any other traffic;
(c) hinder any other person in charge of any vehicle
in taking in or discharging any goods;
(d) allow his animal to cause an obstruction in a public
place or street or cause inconvenience to any mem-
ber of the public;
(e) allow such animal to be a source of danger to the
public or cause hurt or damage to any person or
property;
(f) be under the influence of liquor or asleep;
(g) drive or ride such animal along any public place
or street temporarily closed by order of the Public
Board of Works or the Commissioner of Police.
Riding Of Bicycles
21. A person riding or in charge of a bicycle shall not:
(a) ride the bicycle on the sidewalks or paths connect-
ing the Public Buildings with one another or with
main thoroughfare;
(b) stand the bicycle against any of the Public Build-
ings or any portion thereof;
(c) carry more than one passenger on his bicycle;
(d) ride the bicycle in any public place or street unless
such bicycle is equipped with at least one adequate
brake which may be operated by either hand or foot.
Roller Skating
22. The use of roller skates is prohibited on any of the fol-
lowing streets:








(a) all streets excluding cul-de-sacs in the area bounded
on the north by the Harbour of Nassau on the east
by East Bay Street at the Montagu Hotel, on the
south by Shirley Street, Princes Street, Duke Street,
Meeting Street on the west by Nassau Street.
(b) Wulff Road;
(c) Poinciana Drive;
(d) all main streets between Shirley Street and Wulff
Road;
(e) Market Street from Princes Street to Wulff Road;
(f) Blue Hill Road from West Hill Street to Wulfl
Road.

Box Carts
23. No person shall use a box cart nor being the owner or
in charge of a box cart shall allow any other person to use the
same in or upon any public place within the following limits:
all that part of New Providence included between
West Street and Victoria Avenue and the Harbour
of Nassau and Meeting Street and a line drawn from
the eastern end of Meeting Street eastwardly from
the southern end of Victoria Avenue.
Nothing in this regulation shall prevent the use of a box cart for
the purpose of:
(a) selling ice cream or cooked food; or
(b) selling fish between the hours of five o'clock in the
afternoon and ten o'clock in the forenoon.
Penalties
24. Any person who commits a breach of these regulations
or fails to obey any direction signal or sign made or given under
these regulations shall be liable to a penalty of twenty pounds.

PARKING
SCHEDULE "A"
(Regulation 8)
No vehicle shall be parked at any time in any of the follow-
ing places:-
a AUGUSTA STREET
From Virginia Street to Bay Street East Side
b BANK LANE East Side
c BAY STREET
From the Nassau Yacht Club to Mackey St. North Side
From Mackey Street to York Street Both Sides
From Deveaux Street to Bank Lane North Side








From Bank Lane to Parliament Street Both Sides
From Frederick Street to George Street North Side
From West Street to Dorchester Street Both Sides
From Dorchester Street to Nassau Street South Side
From Nassau Street to eastern boundary
to Levy's Property (SHIP-A-HOY) North Side
From Fort Montagu Hotel to Dick's Point South Side
From Dick's Point to McPherson's Bend North Side

d BLUE HILL ROAD
From Hay Street to Martin Street East Side
From Tinshop Corner to Meadow Street Both Sides
From Meadow Street to Wulff Road East Side

e BURNSIDE LANE East Side
f CHARLOTTE STREET
From Shirley Street to the Sea West Side
g CHRISTIE STREET East Side
h COLEBROOK LANE Both Sides
i COLLINS AVENUE
From Shirely Street to 4th Terrace West Side

j CUMBERLAND STREET
From Marlborough Street to Duke Street East Side
From the entrance to the Bethlehem Steel
Parking Lot to Marlborough Street West Side
k DEVEAUX STREET (City) West Side
1 DILLET STREET
From Blue Hill Road to Hospital Lane Both Sides
m DOWDESWELL STREET
From Armstrong Street to Lover's Lane North Side
n DUKE STREET Both Sides
o DUNMORE LANE East Side
p EAST STREET
From Bay Street to the Sea West Side
From Bay Street to Shirley Street East Side
From Shirley Street to East Hill Street Both Sides
From East Hill Street to Gaol Alley West Side
From Gaol Alley to Lewis Street Both Sides
From Lewis Street to Wulff Road between the
hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Both Sides
From Lewis Street to Wulff Road between
the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. West Side










r ELIZABETH AVENUE
From Bay Street to the Sea East Side
From Bay Street to Shirley Street West Side
s ERNEST STREET South Side
t FIRE ABUTMENTS Both Sides
u FREDERICK STREET
From Bay Street to the entrance to
Windsor Hotel Both Sider
From the entrance to Windsor Hotel to
Shirley Street West Side
From Shirley Street to Princes Street Both Sides
v GEORGE STREET West Side
From King Street to Duke Street Both Sides
W HOSPITAL LANE
From Petticoat Lane to Dillet Street West Side
x KING STREET
From Market Street to George Street South Side
y LEWIS STREET
From East Street to Market Street South Side
z McPHERSON STREET North Side
aa MACKEY STREET
From Shirley Street to Ernest Street Both Sides
From Shirley Street to Ivanhoe Lane West Side
bb MARKET STREET
From Bay Street to King Street Both Sides
From King Street to Trinity Place East Side
From Trinity Place to Cockburn Street West Side
From Lewis Street to Wulff Road Both Sides
cc MARKET RANGE
The most easterly street running north and
south from Bay Street to the Waterfront East Side
The street situate between the building
housing the Straw Market and the building
housing the Produce Exchange Both Sides
The street situate between the building
housing the Produce Exchange and the
building housing the Agricultural and
Marine Products Storeroom Both Sides
dd MADIERA AVENUE
From its junction with 6th Terrace,
Centreville to Montrose Avenue South Side


North Side


q EAST HILL STREET








ee MEADOW STREET
Meadow Street from Augusta Street
to Nassau Street
ff MEETING STREET
gg MILLER'S COURT East and
hh MONTROSE AVENUE
From top of Sears Addition Hill to Wulff Road
ii MOUNT ROYAL AVENUE
jj NASSAU STREET
From Bay Street to Meadow Street
From Delancy Street to Meeting Street
kk NAVY LION ABUTMENT
11 PARLIAMENT STREET
From Bay Street to Shirley Street
mm PRINCES STREET
nn POINCIANA DRIVE
From Blue Hill Road to Hospital Lane
From Hospital Lane to Augusta Street
oo QUACKOO STREET
From Market Street to East Street
pp ROSETTA STREET
From its junction with 5th Terrace,
Centreville to Montrose Avenue
qq SEARS ROAD
rr SHIRLEY STREET
From Frederick Street to East Bay Street
From Parliament Street to Miller's Court
between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
on week days only
From Deveaux Street to the entrance to
Collins Avenue and from Mackey Street to
Okra Hill between the hours of 12 noon
and 1.30 p.m. on week days only
ss SWEETING STREET
tt TRINITY PLACE
uu VICTORIA AVENUE
vv VIRGINIA STREET
From West Street to Nassau Street
ww WEST STREET
From Marlborough Street to West Hill Street
21


South Side

Both Sides
North Side
North Sides

East Side
East Side


East
Both
East

East
Both


Side
Sides
Side

Side
Sides


Both Sides
North Side

North Side


Both Sides
Both Sides

South Side


Both Sides


Both Sides
Both Sides
South Side
East Side

North Side

East Side








From West Hill Street to Delancy Street Both Sides
From Delancy Street to Meeting Street East Side
xx WEST HILL STREET North Side
yy WATERFRONT
From the western extremity to Charlotte Street Both Sides
zz WULFF ROAD
From Blue Hill Road to Market Street Both Sides
From Market Street to Village Road North Side
SCHEDULE "B"
(Regulation 12)
AUGUSTA STREET
from Meeting Street to north side of Meadow Street and
from the south side of Meadow Street to Poinciana
Drive.
BAY STREET
from East End lighthouse westwards to Clifton Pier in-
cluding the Eastern Road, East Bay Street, West Bay
Street and the Western Road.
BERNARD ROAD
BAILLOU HILL ROAD
from West Hill Street to the north side of the junction
of Wulff Road and Poinciana Drive and the south side
of this junction to South Beach Road.
BURMA ROAD
from Bay Street to the Interfield Road.
BLAIR ESTATE
all roads running northeast and southwest.
CARMICHAEL AND SOUTHWEST BAY ROAD
COLLINS AVENUE
CHIPPINGHAM ROAD,
CHIPMAN STREET
CORAL HARBOUR ROAD,
DILLET STREET,
DOWDESWELL STREET,
DUKE STREET,
DUNMORE AVENUE,
DUMPING GROUND ROAD,
EARNEST STREET
from Mackey Street to Bay Street,
EAST STREET
from Shirley Street to the north side of Wulff Road and
from the south side of Wulff Road to the sea (southside).
ENEAS STREET
from Meadow Street to Poinciana Drive,








FOX HILL ROAD
from Bay Street to the Sea (south side).
from the Parade to its junction with Bernard Road,
FARRINGTON ROAD,
FOWLER STREET (East),
FIFTH TERRACE
from Collins Avenue to its junction with Rosetta Street,
GEORGE STREET,
GOODMAN ROAD,
GLADSTONE ROAD,
HILLSIDE ESTATE ROAD,
HOSPITAL LANE
from Meeting Street to north side of Meadow Street
and from the south side of Meadow Street to Poinciana
Drive.
INFANT VIEW ROAD,
INTERFIELD ROAD to its junction with West Bay Street Old
Fort.
JOHNSON ROAD
KEMP ROAD,
MARLBOROUGH STREET,
MACKEY STREET
from Bay Street to the north side of Shirley Street and
from the south side of Shirley Street to Wulff Road.
MONTROSE AVENUE
MOUNT ROYAL AVENUE,
MEADOW STREET,
MEETING STREET,
MARKET STREET
from Bay to the north side of Wulff Road and from the
south side of Wulff Road to its end.
NASSAU STREET,
PALMDALE AVENUE,
PRISON ALLEY,
POINCIANA DRIVE,
PRINCES STREET,









PROVIDENCE AVENUE,
PYFROM ROAD,
ROSETTA AVENUE
from Montrose Avenue to Mackey Street,
ROYAL PALM STREET,
RUPERT DEAN LANE
from Meadow Street to Poinciana Drive,
SIXTH TERRACE
from Collins Avenue to Madeira Street,
SOUTHWEST BAY AND CARMICHAEL ROAD
SOLDIER ROAD
from Village Road to the eastern side of East Street and
from the western side of East Street to Baillou Hill
Road.
SOUTH BEACH ROAD
from Baillou Hill Road to the sea (south side).
THOMPSON BOULEVARD,
VILLAGE ROAD,
VICTORIA AVENUE,
WULFF ROAD,
WEST HILL STREET,
WEST STREET to north side of Meeting Street and from the
south side of Meeting Street to the north side of
Meadow Street and from the south side of Meadow
Street to its end.
YAM-A-CRAW ROAD
Made by The Road Traffic Authority this 19th day of Novem-
ber, A.D., 1959.
PHILIP G. D. BETHELL,
Chairman.

Approved by The Governor in Council this 26th day of No-
vember, A.D., 1959.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Clerk to the Executive Council.




Publication Not Available

Supplements to
Bahamas Official Gazette
Issue 48
November 28, 1959

Government Notice
nos. 254-256




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