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OFFICIAL


GAZETTE


BAHAMAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU January 23, 1960 4


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a Sup-
plement to this Gazette:-
No. 21 Amendment to the Royal Instructions. M.P. C.164.

No. 22 The Bahama Islands Letters Patent, 1959. M.P. C.164.

No. 23 The Ports of Entry (Amendment) (No. 1) Order, 1960.-
M.P. 12260/2.


No. 24.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following ap-
pointments:-
Honourable L. A. W. Orr, C.B.E., Q.C., M.E.C., M.L.C., to be a
temporary Member of the Road Traffic Authority with
effect from the 20th January, 1960, and during the ab-
sence from the Colony of Mr. K. G. L. Isaacs, M.A.,
LL.B. M.P. 15665B.
Mr. Roy M. Solomon, M.H.A., to be a temporary Member of the
Development Board during the absence from the Colony
of the Honourable H. G. Christie, C.B.E., M.H.A., or Mr.
R. H. Symonette, M.H.A. M.P. C.819.

No. 25.
The following staff movements are notified for general in-
formation:-














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RESUMPTION OF DUTY
The following officers in the Secretariat have resumed the
duties of the post set opposite their names with effect from the
17th January, 1960:-
Honourable K. M. Walmsley, C.M.G., O.B.E. Colonial Secrc-
tary and Clerk to Executive Council. M.P. P.924.
Mr. A. G. Knox Johnston, C.M.G. Deputy Colonial Secretary
M.P. P.1180.
Mr. Caleb W. Curry First Assistant Secretary. M.P. P.6.
Mr. J. Hubert Johnson Second Assistant Secretary M.P. P.5.
Mr. C. Kenneth Knowles Chief Clerk. M.P. P.199.

No. 26.
His Excellency the Governor has been informed by the Right
Honourable tne Secretary of State for the Colonies that Her Ma-
jesty The Queen will not be advised to exercise Her power of
disallowance with respect to the following Act of the Legisla-
ture of the Bahama Islands:-
No. 55 of 1959 The Dangerous Drugs Amendment Act 1959.
M.P. 12102.

No. 27.
His Excellency the Governor has appointed the following
Pilotage boards for the Pilotage Districts named for the year end-
ing 3lst December, 1960:-
EXUMA
The Commissioner, Chairman.
Mr. Frank Morley.
Mr. David Robmson.
HARBOUR ISLAND
The Commissioner, Chairman.
Mr. Harold L. Albury.
Mr. harl W. Johnson.
Mr. Joseph B. Pmder.
Mr. James hl en.
HATCHET BAY
The Commissioner, Chairman.
Captain Bramwell Roberts.
Mr. Harold Albury.
Mr. reicy nooels.
Mr. George Johnson.
1NAGUA
T he Commissioner, Chairman.
Mr. Frank Jozwick.
Mr. P. N. INixon.
Mr. Thomas Winter.
Rev. A. W. V. Saunders.
RAGGED ISLAND
The Commissioner, Chairman.
Mr. Ellis Curling, J.P.
Mr. Alonzo HepDurn.
Mr. Hezekiah Moxey.
SAN SALVADOR
The Commissioner, Chairman.
Mr. J. A. Albury, J.P.
Mr. Jacob Jones.
Mr. Samuel Edgecombe.
Mr. Stanley Fernander.
M.P. 15781.














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No. 28.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor in
Council, acting under the authority of Section 6 of The Public
Holidays Act (Chapter 270), has authorised the carrying on of
business in any shop until 5.00 p.m. on Friday, the 22nd and 29th
January, 1960.
M.P. 10746/II.

No. 29.
It is hereby notified for general information that the follow-
ing Insurance Companies have been declared authorised insurers
under The Road Traffic Act 1958:-
(a) Lloyds of London.
(b) The United States Fire Insurance Company.
M.P. 15665F.

No. 30.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act, Chapter 254, is published for general infor-
mation.
M.P. 12643.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT
(Ch. 254)
WHEREAS it appears to His Excellency the Governor in
Council that the land described in the Schedule hereto is required
for a public purpose
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby declared that it is the in-
tention of His Excellency the Governor in Council on behalf of
the Promoters, the Board of Education, to acquire the said land
for a public purpose to wit: for the purpose of erecting a Teach-
er's Cottage thereon
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 16th day of January, 1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
All that piece parcel or lot of land situate in the settlement
of Upper Bogue, Eleuthera and bounded on the West by land
the property of Aaron Blatch and running thereon One Hundred
(100) feet on the East by land the property of Alfred Blatch and
running thereon Ninety-Five (95) feet on the South by land the
property of Charles Wall and running thereon Eighty (80) feet
and on the North by a Public Road and running thereon Seventy-
Five (75) feet.

No. 31.
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. 14210 R/IV.














94 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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 re-
quired 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
in the said land and the amount and particulars of their claim
to compensation for such interests.
Dated the 23rd day of January, 1960.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
TRACT NO. SS-517
All that certain tract or parcel of land situated in the vicinity
of Bonefish Bay Point on the Island of San Salvador, Colony of
the Bahamas, as outlined on a map, File No. F-57A14719, which
by this reference is made a part hereof and more particularly
described as follows:
From a brass disc set in concrete at the northeast corner of
Tract No. SS-504, as previously described in that said tract, which
is the point of beginning of Tract No. SS-517, the boundaries of
Tract No. SS-517 extend thence along the common boundary be-
tween Tract No. SS-504 and land said to be in the possession of
H. G. Christie North 46 degrees 50 minutes West, 358.8 feet to
a brass disc set in concrete on the southeastern boundary of the
Main Public Road (known as Limestone Road); thence along the
southeastern boundary of the said Main Public Road North 39
degrees 24 minutes East, 315.1 feet to a brass disc set in con-
crete; thence leaving the southeastern boundary of the said Main
Public Road and extending through land said to be in the pos-
session of H. G. Christie, South 46 degrees 51 minutes East, 397.6
feet to a brass disc set in concrete on the common boundary be-
tween land said to be in the possession of H. G. Christie and land
said to be in the possession of the Roman Catholic Mission of
the Bahamas; thence along the said common boundary between
land said to be in the possession of H. G. Christie and land said
to be in the possession of the Roman Catholic Mission of the Ba-
hamas, South 46 degrees 28 minutes West, 315.0 feet back to the
point of beginning and containing 2.7 acres, more or less.














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No. 32.
The subjoined Notice of Possession given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Chapter 254) and The Acquisition of Land
(Special Application) Act 1957 (No. 21 of 1957) is published for
general information.
M.P. 14210X.
NOTICE OF POSSESSION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT (Chapter 254)
And
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND (SPECIAL APPLICATION)
ACT 1957
(No. 21 of 1957)
WHEREAS by Notice No. 18 dated the 16th day of Tanuary,
1960, and published in the Official Gazette dated the 16th day
of January, 1960 the Governor in Council declared that it was
his intention to acquire the land described in the Schedule hereto
AND WHEREAS His Excellency the Governor is of the
opinion that possession of the selected land should be obtained
by the Governor in Council before payment is made to the right-
ful claimant to the property described in the Schedule hereto.
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby declared that the selected
land has been appropriated by the Governor in Council for the
purpose mentioned in the said Notice with effect from the date
of this Notice.
Dated the 23rd day of January, 1960.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or parcel of land being a portion of the
Island known as Little Carter Cay and being the most easterly
Island of the group known as the Carter Cays, approximate posi-
tion being Latitude 27 degrees 05 minutes, North, Longitude 77
degrees 59 minutes West and located in the Little Bahama Bank
and in the Colony of the Bahamas, as outlined on Corps of En-
gineers, U.S. Army map designated Drawing No. NE-2767 and
on file at the Corps of Engineers District Office, Jacksonville,
Florida, U.S.A. which said map by this reference is made a part
hereof, and more particularly described as follows:
From the point of beginning of Tract No. (LC) C-36, as
described and shown on map File No. F 57 AI 4644 which is on
record in Minute Paper No. 1017M of the Crown Land Office at
Nassau on the island of New Providence, Bahama Islands; go
thence along the meanders of the mean high water mark of the
Northern coast of the said Little Carter Cay with the following
two (2) courses, which also defines the northern boundary of said
Tract No. (LC) C-36, North 86 degrees 30 minutes East, 400.1
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete, South 49 degrees 54 minutes
East, 282.8 feet to an iron pipe set in concrete which is the point
of beginning of Tract No. (LC) C-38 being described herein:
From this point of beginning the boundaries of the said Tract
No. (LC) C-38 extend thence along the meanders of said mean
high water mark of the Northern coast of said Little Carter Cay
with the following twelve (12) courses:
North 82 degrees 14 minutes 00 seconds East, 5.18 feet to a
brass disc set in concrete;














96 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

thence North 65 degrees 48 minutes 04 seconds East, 219.65
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 79 degrees 34 minutes 46 seconds East, 94.03
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 32 degrees 23 minutes 36 seconds East, 275.36
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 77 degrees 38 minutes 56 seconds East, 567.72
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 86 degrees 16 minutes 44 seconds East, 264.96
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 77 degrees 41 minutes 36 seconds East, 142.60
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 41 degrees 38 minutes 04 seconds East, 129.79
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 65 degrees 09 minutes 46 seconds East, 158.63
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 11 degrees 55 minutes 54 seconds West, 183.74
feet to a brass disc set in concrete;
thence South 55 degrees 31 minutes 56 seconds East, 185.46
feet to a brass disc set in concrete.

Thence leaving the said mean high water mark along the
northern coast of said Little Carter Cay and extend across the
said Little Carter Cay with the following two (2) courses: South
07 degrees 31 minutes 24 seconds West, 249.68 feet to an iron
pipe set in concrete; thence South 07 degrees 30 minutes 34 sec-
onds West, 569.88 feet to an iron pipe set in concrete at the mean
high water mark of the southern coast of said Little Carter Cay:

Thence along the meanders of said mean high water mark
of the southern coast of the said Little Carter Cay with the follow-
ing twenty (20) courses:
South 59 degrees 44 minutes 14 seconds West, 105.15 feet
to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 85 degrees 07 minutes 24 seconds West, 41.55
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 16 degrees 55 minutes 26 seconds West, 34.61
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 29 degrees 00 minutes 44 seconds East, 154.71
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 21 degrees 54 minutes 06 seconds West, 88.80
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 51 degrees 55 minutes 26 seconds West, 122.85
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 67 degrees 58 minutes 16 seconds West, 162.41
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 48 degrees 06 minutes 06 seconds West, 68.51
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 23 degrees 45 minutes 56 seconds West, 189.05
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 83 degrees 17 minutes 47 seconds West, 126.71
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 61 degrees 08 minutes 38 seconds West, 73.35
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 24 degrees 20 minutes 29 seconds West, 291.06
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 41 degrees 40 minutes 50 seconds West, 234.38
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence North 74 degrees 13 minutes 41 seconds West, 339.58
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 74 degrees 59 minutes 28 seconds West, 240.17
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 72 degrees 43 minutes 57 seconds West, 183.77
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 82 degrees 14 minutes 21 seconds West, 77.60
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;














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thence South 60 degrees 52 minutes 30 seconds West, 240.26
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 74 degrees 26 minutes 39 seconds West, 112.32
feet to an iron pipe set in concrete;
thence South 34 degrees 41 minutes 48 seconds West, 121.06
feet to a point on the southeastern boundary of Tract (LC)
C-37 as described and shown on map File No. F 57 Al 4644
which is on record in the said Crown Land Office Paper No.
1017M;
Thence along a portion of the said southeastern boundary of
the said Tract No. (LC) C-37 with the following two (2) courses:
North 24 degrees 29 minutes East, 33.40 feet to a brass disc and
North 34 degrees 06 minutes West, 602.3 feet to an iron pipe
set in concrete, which is also located on the eastern boundary
of the said Tract No. (LC) C-36; thence along a portion of the
said eastern boundary of the said Tract No. (LC) C-36 North 02
degrees 34 minutes East, 79.0 feet back to the point of beginning;
which said tract or parcel of land herein described and known
as Tract No (LC) C-38 contains 18.68 acres, more or less.
Provided that there shall be excluded from the area: All that
certain tract or parcel of land situated in the vicinity of the north-
western point of the Island known as Little Carter Cay, approx-
imate geographic position being Latitude 27 degrees 03 minutes
North, Longitude 77 degrees 59 minutes West, which said Island
is the most eastern Island of the group known as Carter Cays in
the Little Bahama Bank, Colony of the Bahamas, as outlined on
a map, File No. F 57 AI 4774, which by this reference is made
a part hereof, being a fifty (50) foot wide easement to construct
and maintain guy wires and attendent concrete stress footings
adjacent to Tract No. (LC) C-37, the centre line of which is more
particularly described as follows:
From an iron pipe set in concrete which marks the northern
apex of Tract No. (LC) C-37, as previously described in that said
tract, go thence along the common boundary between said Tract
No. (LC) C-37 and land said to be in the possession of the Estate
of John Lowe and the Estate of Matthew Lowe South 34 degrees
86 minutes West, 151.8 feet to a brass disc set in concrete which
is the point of beginning of the centre line of Easement No.
(LC) C-38.
From this point of beginning the centre line of said Ease-
ment No. (LC) C-38 extends thence through land said to be in
the possession of the Estate of John Lowe and the Estate of Mat-
thew Lowe North 85 degrees 01 minutes East 350.0 feet to a
brass disc set in concrete which is the eastern terminus of said
Easement No. (LC) C-38.

No. 33.
The subjoined Notice of Possession given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Chapter 254) and The Acquisition of Land
(Special Application) Act 1957 (No. 21 of 1957), is published for
general information.
M.P. 14210X.
NOTICE OF POSSESSION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT (Chapter 254)
And
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND (SPECIAL APPLICATION)
ACT 1957
(No. 21 of 1957)
WHEREAS by Notice No. 19 dated the 16th day of January,
1960, and published in the Official Gazette dated the 16th day of














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January, 1960 the Governor in Council declared that it was his
intention to acquire the land described in the Schedule hereto
AND WHEREAS His Excellency the Governor is of the
opinion that possession of the selected land should be obtained
by the Governor in Council before payment is made to the right-
ful claimant to the property described in the Schedule hereto
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby declared that the selected
land has been appropriated by the Governor in Council for the
purpose mentioned in the said notice with effect from the date
of this Notice.
Dated the 23rd day of January, 1960.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or parcel of land being a portion of the
Island known as Little Carter Cay and being the most easterly
Island of the group known as the Carter Cays, approximate posi-
tion being Latituae 27 degrees 05 minutes Nortn, Longitude 77
degrees od minutes West and located in the Little Bahama Bank
ana m the Colony of the Bahamas, as outlined on Corps of En-
gineers, U.S. Army map designated Drawig No. RE-2767 and
on file at the Corps of Engineers District Office, Jacksonville,
Florida, U.S.A., winch said map by this reference is made a part
hereof, and more particularly described as follows:
From the point of beginning of Tract No. (LC) C-36, as
described and snown on map file No. F 57 Al 4644 which is on
record in Minute Paper No. 1017M of the Crown Land Office at
Nassau on the Island of New Providence, Bahama Islands, go
thence along the meanders of the mean high water mark of the
northern coast of said Little Carter Cay which also defines the
normern boundary of said Tract No. (LC) C-36, North 86 degrees
30 minutes East, 400.1 feet to an iron pipe set in concrete and
thence South 49 degrees 54 minutes East 282.8 feet to an iron
pipe set in concrete; thence leaving the said mean high water
mark and along the eastern boundary of aforesaid Tract No. (LC)
C-36, South O0 degrees 34 minutes West, 79.0 feet to an iron pipe
set in concrete; thence along a portion of the southeastern boun-
dary of Tract (LC) C-37 as described and shown on the said map
file No. F 57 Al 4644 South 34 degrees 06 minutes West, 602.3
feet to a brass disc set in concrete and thence South 24 degrees
29 minutes West, 51.93 feet to the point of beginning of tract
No. (LC) C-39 being described herein;
From this point of beginning the boundaries of the said Tract
No. (LC) C-39 extend thence along a portion of the said south-
eastern boundary of the said Tract No. (LC) C-37 South 24 de-
grees 29 minutes West, 158.95 feet to a point; thence leaving the
said southeastern boundary of the said Tract No. (LC) C-37 North
80 degrees 45 minutes 36 seconds East 61.45 feet to an iron pipe
set in concrete; thence North 02 degrees 12 minutes 57 seconds
East, 134.89 feet back to the point of beginning; which said tract
or parcel of land herein described and known as Tract No. (LC)
C-39 contains 0.09 acres, more or less.

No. 34.
The subjoined Notice of Possession given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act (Chapter 254) and The Acquisition of Land
(Special Application) Act 1957 (No. 21 of 1957) is published for
general information.
M.P. 14210W.













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NOTICE OF POSSESSION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT (Chapter 254)
And
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND (SPECIAL APPLICATION)
ACT 1957
(No. 21 of 1957)
WHEREAS by Notice No. 20 dated the 16th day of January,
1960, and published in the Official Gazette dated the 16th day of
January, 1960 the Governor in Council declared that it was his
intention to acquire the land described in the Schedule hereto
AND WHEREAS His Excellency the Governor is of the
opinion that possession of the selected land should be obtained
by the Governor in Council before payment is made to the right-
ful claimant to the property described in the Schedule hereto
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby declared that the selected
land has been appropriated by the Governor in Council for the
purpose mentioned in the said notice with effect from the date
of this Notice.
Dated the 23rd day of January, 1960.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.
SCHEDULE
All that certain tract or parcel of land situated on the north-
ern coast of the Island known as Big Carter Cay, Colony of the
Bahamas, as outlined on Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army map,
designated Drawing No. RE-2766 and on file at Corps of Engin-
eers District Office, Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A., which said map
by this reference is made a part hereof, and more particularly
described as follows:
From U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Station "CARTER
RM-3" situated on Little Carter Cay at Latitude 27 degrees 05
minutes 11.585 seconds North, Longitude 78 degrees 00 minutes
09.404 seconds West, go thence North 81 degrees 53 minutes 59
seconds West, 2911.17 feet to a brass disc set in concrete on the
said Island known as Big Carter Cay which is the point of begin-
ning of the said Tract No. BC-100 being described herein.
From this point of beginning the boundaries of said Tract
No. BC-100 extend thence South 08 degrees 41 minutes 45 seconds
West, 539.91 feet to a brass disc set in concrete; thence North 81
degrees 18 minutes 57 seconds West, 540.11 feet to a brass disc
set in concrete; thence North 08 degrees 41 minutes 39 seconds
East, 540.08 feet to a brass disc set in concrete; thence continuing
North 08 degrees 41 minutes 39 seconds East, 10.0 feet to a point
on the mean high water mark of the northern coast of said Big
Carter Cay; thence along the meanders of the said mean high
water mark of the northern coast of the said Big Carter Cay with
the following two (2) courses: South 87 degrees 00 minutes East,
180.0 feet, and thence South 79 degrees 15 minutes 14 seconds
East, 361.26 feet; thence leaving the said mean high water mark
of the northern coast of the said Big Carter Cay, South 08 degrees
41 minutes 45 seconds West, 15.0 feet back to the point of begin-
ning; which said tract or parcel of land herein described and
known as Tract No. BC-100 contains 6.95 acres, more or less.
The foregoing notices numbered 21 to 34 are published by
command.
K. M. WALMSLEY,
Colonial Secretary.














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DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
14th December, 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 14th day of December, 1959 on the
ground that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation.
CANYON MINING & DEVELOPMENT LIMITED.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
19th December, 1959.
THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's
Report dated 17th September, 1959, the affairs of the undermen-
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 19th day of December,
1959.
No. 354 SECURITIES LIMITED,
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
19th December, 1959.
THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's
Report dated the 17th September, 1959, the affairs of the under-
mentioned 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 19th day of December,
1959.
No. 501 THE COAL TRUST LIMITED,

N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
4th January, 1960.
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 4th day of January, 1960 on the ground
that it is no longer carrying on business or in operation.
CORAL HARBOUR OPERATING COMPANY, LIMITED.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar General.














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 101
Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
5th January, 1960.
THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's Re-
port dated 1st October, 1959, the affairs of the undermentioned
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 5th day of January, 1960.
No. 1621 GILMAN (BAHAMAS) LIMITED.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

ACT 39 OF 1959.
Section 30. FORM B.
FORM OF NOTICE OF ELECTION
GENERAL ASSEMBLY ELECTION FOR THE GRAND
BAHAMA DISTRICT
NOTICE OF ELECTION
1. An election is to be held of ONE Member (1) to serve in the
General Assembly for the said District.
2. Nomination papers may be delivered by the intending can-
didate or by one of the subscribers thereto to the Returning
Officer at (2) WEST END, GRAND BAHAMA, between the
hours of nine in the morning and noon on (2) THURSDAY
28th JANUARY 1960, being nomination day for the said Dis-
trict.
3. Forms of nomination paper may be obtained from the Return-
ing Officer at the place, date and times aforesaid, or any day
at the office of the Parliamentary Registrar in Nassau during
office hours. The Returning Officer will at the request of any
person registered as a voter for the said District prepare a
nomination paper for signature.
4. If the election is contested, the Poll will take place on the
TWENTY-FOURTH day of FEBRUARY, 1960.
Date 14th January, 1960.
S. R. DARVILLE,
Returning Officer.
NOTE: The attention of intending candidates and subscribers of
nomination papers is drawn to the requirements of the General
Assembly Elections Act, 1959, regarding nomination, and par-
ticularly to the requirements that a declaration of qualification
shall be delivered and a deposit of 150 shall be made to the Re-
turning Officer on nomination day.

Nassau, Bahamas,
16th January, 1960.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
NASSAU
REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT
Applications are invited. for vacancies in the Clerical Service
in the Registrar General's Department.
Shorthand Typist for Secretarial and general office duties
Salary not less than 970 p.a. according to qualifications and
experience.
Assistant to Senior Clerk. Salary 670 970. Experienced
in general clerical duties (previous experience in a Law Office
would be an advantage); must be abel to type. There will be
opportunities for advancement for a suitable candidate.













OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Assistant Index Clerk with previous experience of classifica-
tion and cross-indexing of documents and records; only clerks
who are accurate and reliable should apply. Salary 450 670.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
Applications are invited for a vacancy in the Fire Depart-
ment as Mechanical Engineer. Salary in the range of 760 -
S1,390.
The following qualifications are required:-
Applicant must be
1. A fully apprenticed Motor Engineer holding Motor En-
gineering certificates in both Diesel and Internal Com-
bustion Engines.
2. A person holding School Certificate in Mathematics and
English and two other subjects or equivalent education
standard.
3. A practical man capable of all repairs and service to Fire
Engines and Appliances, with the ability to train
mechanics.
Consideration will be given to a person with service in an
established Fire Department, having experience in both rotary
and centrifugal Fire Pumps.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Two Clerks are required for immediate duty in the licencing
of bicycles in the Treasury Department. When the work is com-
pleted there will be opportunities for permanent employment if
the candidates prove to have suitably discharged their duties.
The salary offered for these duties will be according to age and
experience.
Application forms may be obtained at the office of the Com-
mission in the House of Myers, Bay Street and Victoria Avenue
and when returned should be accompanied by three recent tes-
timonials from responsible persons.
Final applications will close 12 noon on Tuesday 26th Jan-
uary 1960.
A. W. FRISBY,
Chairman,
Civil Service Commission,
P. O. Box 581,
Nassau.

Police Headquarters,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
16th January, 1960.
INSPECTION OF CABS, DRAYS AND CARTS
Owners and drivers of Horse Cabs, Drays and Carts are in-
formed that an inspection of all Horse Cabs and Horses, all
Drays and Horses, all Carts and draught animals will be held as
under:-
Cabs at FORT CHARLOTTE at 10 A.M. on Wednesday 27th
January, 1960.
Drays and Carts at FORT CHARLOTTE at 10 A.M. on
Thursday 28th January, 1960.
Carts at FOX HILL at 10 A.M. on Friday 29th January, 1960.
The Cab Board will not hold any other inspection during the
January quarter, and vehicles not licensed at this time will not
be licensed until the April quarter.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS,
Commissioner of Police.














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 103

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 5/1960.
WHEREAS James Sinclair of the Island of New Providence
has made application to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administration of the real and
personal estates of Blanche Lillian Sinctair, late of the City of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that such application will be heard
by the said Chief Justice at the expiration of fourteen days from
the date hereof.
JAMES LIDDELL,
Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court,
18th January, 1960.

Road Traffic Authority,
P. O. Box 1615
Bahamas,
January 18th, 1960.
The applications listed below for Franchises under the Road
Traffic Act 1958 have been received by the Authority.
Any person entitled to object to any application and wishing
to be heard as an objector, shall lodge two copies of their ob-
jection, in writing, stating the grounds of objection, within four-
teen days of the date of the publication of these applications to
the Road Traffic Authority.
No. Applicant Description Number of
of Franchise Vehicles
47. Daniel Knowles Self Drive 15 Additional
Wulff Road Vehicles
48. Acme Rentals Self Drive 20 Additional
Shirley Street Vehicles
Nassau
49. L. & M. Motors Self Drive 10 Additional
P.O. Box 826 Vehicles
Nassau
50. Garland Wayne Sands Self Drive 15 Vehicles
Albury's Lane
Nassau
(Sgd.) E. D. SEARS,
Controller.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
19th January, 1960.
The following Minister of Religion having been duly regis-
tered shall be deemed to be appointed a Marriage Officer of the
Colony with effect from the 4th day of December, 1959:-
Allan J. Mills Cedar Harbour, Little Abaco.
Baptist Church.
N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.

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 27th day of January 1960, at 4.30 p.m.
o'clock for the purpose of granting licences (and transfers of licences)
under the above Act.
















104 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

The undermentioned persons have applied for a grant of the
licences and transfers if any, specified below.

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



New Applications for New Providence:-
Music and Dancing Applications

Eastern District, New Providence


7. Vera Edgecombe, Music and Dancing
Eastern District,
New Providence.


One storey stone build-
ing situate Union Vil-
lage in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.


Wholesale Applications

Western District, New Providence


8. Joseph Pinder,
Western District,
New Providence.


Wholesale


One storey stone build-
ing situate Farrington
Road in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.


RENEWALS FOR THE YEAR 1960
FOR NEW PROVIDENCE

Wholesale Applications

Eastern District, New Providence


480. John
Micklewhite,
Eastern District,
New Providence.

481. Leroy Samuels,
Shirley Heights,
Eastern District.




482. James Davis,
Fox Hill,
Eastern District.


Wholesale




Wholesale






Wholesale


One storey stone build-
ing situate Canaan
Lane in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Hampton
Street near the South-
ern Senior School in
the Eastern District of
the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Fox Hill in
the Eastern District ot
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.


Western District, New Providence


483. Randolph
Wallace,
Western District,
New Providence.


Wholesale


The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Rupert
Dean Lane, Western
District, New Provi-
dence.


Southern District, New Providence


484. Susan Francis,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Wholesale


One storey stone build-
ing situate Windsor
Lane, West, in the
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 105

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


485. Blanche
Ferguson,
Southern District.




486. Benjamin
Munnings,
Southern District,




487. Willis Knowles,
Farrington Road,
New Providence.


Wholesale






Wholesale






Wholesale


Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Market
Street, South, in the
Grove Area of the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of Fleming Street
and West Street in the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
Two storey stone build-
ing situate on the
South side of Taylor
Street in the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.


Restaurant and Music and Dancing Applications


488. Lloyd Thoi
Eastern Di


Eastern District, New Provi
npson, Restaurant
strict.


idence
The ground floor of a
two storey stone build-
ing situate Wulff Road,
East of Peardale in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-


dence.
Southern District, New Providence


489a. George
Colebrooke
Southern District,
New Providence.


489b. George
Colebrooke,
Southern District


Restaurant


Music and Dancing


Two storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of King and Market
Streets in the South-
ern District, New Pro-
vidence.
Two storey stone build-
ing situate at the corn-
er of King and Market
Streets in the South-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.


Eastern District, New Providence
489. Lloyd Thompson, Music and Dancing The ground floor of a
Eastern District, two storey stone build
New Providence. ing situate Wulff Road,
East, in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
Music and Dancing Application
490. Ambrose Jones, Music and Dancing One storey stone build-
Eastern District, ing situate East Shir-
New Providence. ley Street just opposite
the former Post Of-
fice in the Eastern Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.
















106 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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

Proprietary Club Applications
Southern District, New Providence


491. Miriam Johnson
Secretary
the Dream
Land Club,
Southern District
New Providence.

492. Miriam Johnson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


Proprietary Club






Music and Dancing


The top floor of a two
storey stone building
situate on the North
side of Rodgers Corner
in the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.
The top floor of a two
storey stone building
situate on the North
side of Rodgers Corner
in the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.


NEW APPLICATIONS FROM THE OUT ISLANDS
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera


3. Thomas
Butterfield,
Proprietor
the Sea Fan Club,
Alice, Town,
Eleuthera.
4. Thomas
Butterfield,
Proprietor
the Sea Fan Club.


Proprietary Club





Music and Dancing


Building situate Main
Street, Alice Town,
Eleuthera.



Building situate Main
Street, Alice Town,
Eleuthera.


RENEWALS FOR THE YEAR 1960
FOR THE OUT ISLANDS (CONTINUED)
Governor's Harbcur, Eleuthera
Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera


246. Donald J.
Stewart,
Commodore
the Hatchet
Bay Club.
247. Donald J.
Stewart,
Hatchet Bay,
Eleuthera.
248. Clifford Johnson,
Chairman
the Entertainers
Club.
249. Clifford Johnson,
Alice Town,
Eleuthera.
250. Robert Pinder,
Chairman the
Forget Me Not
Club,
Alice Town,
Eleuthera.
251. Robert Pinder,
Alice Town,
Eleuthera.


Proprietary Club




Music and Dancing



Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing


Proprietary Club





Music and Dancing


Building situate Main
Road, Hatchet Bay,
Eleuthera.


Building situate Main
Road, Hatchet Bay,
Eleuthera.

Building situate Vic-
toria Street, Alice
Town, Eleuthera.

Building situate Vic-
toria Street, Alice
Town, Eleuthera.
Building situate Alice
Town, Eleuthera.




Building situate Alice
Town, Eleuthera.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 107
Name and Address Description Description of
of the Applicant of Licence Premises


252. Livingstone
Johnson,
Chairman
the Bamboo
Tavern Club,
Alice Town,
Eleuthera.
253. Livingstone
Johnson,
Chairman
the Bamboo
Tavern Club,
Alice Town,
Eleuthera.
254. James C. Pinder,
Chairman
the Mary
Land Club.
255. James C. Pinder,
Chairman the
Mary Land Club.
256. Millard Sweeting,
Alice Town,
Eleuthera.
257. The Harrisville
Company
Limited,
Hatchet Bay,
Eleuthera.


Proprietary Club







Music and Dancing







Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing


General


Wholesale


Building situate Alice
Town, Eleuthera.






Building situate Alice
Town, Eleuthera.





Building situate Vic-
toria Street, Alice
Town, Eleuthera.

Building situate Vic-
toria Street, Alice
Town, Eleuthera.
One storey wooden
building situate Alice
Town, Eleuthera.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Hatchet Bay,
Eleuthera.


Gregory Town, Eleuthera


258. Howard Sweeting,
Chairman
the Rooster
Comb Club.
259. Emmanuel
Thompson,
Gregory Town,
Eleuthera.
260. Wilfred Mackey,
Gregory Town,
Eleuthera.

261. Reginald Belle,
Gregory Town,
Eleuthera.


Proprietary Club



General



General



General


One storey wooden
building situate Greg-
ory Town, Eleuthera.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Shirley
Street, Gregory Town,
Eleuthera.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Gregory Town,
Eleuthera.
One storey wooden
building situate Biscuit
Street, Gregory Town,
Eleuthera.


Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera


262. James H.
Gardiner,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
263. Jack Sweeting,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
264. Loraine Pyfrom,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.


Wholesale




Wholesale



Wholesale


One storey stone
ing situate Main
way, Governor's
bour, Eleuthera.


build-
High-
Har-


One storey stone build-
ing situate Hut Point,
Governor's Harbour.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Main High-
way, Governor's Har-
bour.
















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


265. Sir Sydney
Oakes, Bt.,
New Providence.

266. Willard
Thompson,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
267. George Johnson,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.

268. Joseph L.
Brownelee,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
269. Veronica
Thompson,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
270. Veronica
Thompson,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
271. Thaddeus
Johnson,
Chairman the
Wayside Club.
272. Thaddeus
Johnson,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
273. Edward V.
Burrows,
Chairman the
V.N.J. Club.
274. Edward V.
Burrows,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
275. Diana Maria
Adams,
Chairman the
Potlatch Club.
275a. Diana Maria
Adams,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.
276. Craig Kelly,
Chairman
the French
Leave Club.
277. Craig Kelly,
Governor's
Harbour,
Eleuthera.


Wholesale



Wholesale




General





Restaurant




Restaurant





Music and Dancing




Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing




Proprietary Club




Music and Dancing




Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing





Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing


One storey warehouse
situate Cupid's Cay,
Governor's Harbour,
Eleuthera.
One storey wooden
building situate Par-
liament Street, Cupid's
Cay, Governor's Har-
bour, Eleuthera.
One storey wooden
building situate Par-
liament Street, Gover-
nor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.
Building situate Gov-
ernor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.


Two storey wooden
building situate Par-
liament Street, Eleu-
thera.

Two storey wooden
building situate Par-
liament Street, Eleu-
thera.

Building situate Par-
liament Street, Gover-
nor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.
Building situate Par-
liament Street, Gover-
nor's Harbour Eleu-
thera.

Building situate Gov-
ernor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.

Building situate Gov-
ernor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.


Building, situate Gov-
ernor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.

Building situate Gover-
nor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.


Buiding situate Gov-
ernor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.

Building situate Gov-
ernor's Harbour, Eleu-
thera.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 109

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

James Cistern, Eleuthera


278. Hubert Johnson,
Chairman the
Sea View Club.
279. Hubert Johnson,
James Cistern,
Eleuthera.
280. Rufus Johnson,
Chairman the
Moonlight Grill.


Proprietary Club


Music ana Dancing


Proprietary Club


Building situate Main
Highway, James Cis-
tern, Eleuthera.
Building situate Main
Highway, James Cis-
tern, Eleuthera.
Building situate Main
Highway, James Cis-
tern, Eleuthera.


Palmetto Point, Eleuthera


281. R. H. Hall,
Chairman the
Palmetto Club.
282. R. H. Hall,
Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.
283. Howard B.
Ingraham,
Chairman the
Palmdale Club.
284. Howard B.
Ingraham,
Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.
285. Bertram Bethell,
Chairman
the Harlem
Square Club.
286. Bertram Bethell,
Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.


Proprietary Club


Music and Dancing


Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing



Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing


Building situate Main
Street, Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.
Building situate Main
Street, Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Middle
Street, Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Middle
Street, Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.
Building situate Main
Street, Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.

Building situate Main
Street, Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera.


Savannah Sound, Eleuthera


287. Randolph Culmer.
Chairman
the Highway
Special Club,
288. Randolph Culmer,
Chairman
the Highway
Special Club.
289. Oswald Culmer,
Chairman
the Travellers
Inn Club.
290. Oswald Culmer,
Savannah Sound,
Eleuthera.
291. Lewis Culmer,
Savannah Sound,
Eleuthera.


Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing



Proprietary Club



Music and Dancing


General


Building situate Main
Highway, Savannah
Sound, Eleuthera.

Building situate Main
Highway, Savannah
Sound, Eleuthera.

Building situate Main
Street, Savannah
Sound, Eleuthera.

Building situate Main
Street Savannah
Sound, Eleuthera.
Building situate Main
Street, Savannah
Sound, Eleuthera.


George Town, Exuma


292. Daniel McKenzie.
Rolleville
Exuma.

293. Reuben Bodie,
The Hermitage,
Exuma.


Restaurant



Music and Dancing


One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Rolleville, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate the Hermit-
age, Exuma,

















110 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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


294. Anderson Rolle, Music and Dancing
Rolleville, Exuma


295. Frank Morley,
George Town,
Exuma.

296. Herbert W.
Nixon,
Stevenson,
Exuma.
297. R. F. Smith,
George Town,
Exuma.
298. Jerome B.
Ferguson,
The Forest,
Exuma.
299. Clifford Lloyd,
Barraterre,
Exuma.
300. Allen Dames,
The Ferry,
Exuma.
301. Hugh Smith,
George Town,
Exuma.
302. Lawrence
Lewis, Jr.,
George Town,
Exuma.
303. Hymenius L.
Flowers,
Farmers Hill,
Exuma.
304. O. Rolle,
Rolle Town,
Exuma.

305. Hiram Rolle,
Rolle Town,
Exuma.

306. Nathan Bethell,
Williams Town,
Exuma.

307. Percy Bowe,
Williams Town,
Exuma.

308. Walter Robinson,
Black Sound,
Exuma.

309. Clarence Kemp,
Black Point.
Exuma.
310. Reginald
McKenzie,
Rolleville,
Exuma.
311. Leon Storr,
Barraterre,
Exuma.


Music and Dancing



Music and Dancing



Music and Dancing


Music and Dancing



General


General


General


General



General



General




General



General



General



General



General


General



General


One storey stone build-
ing situate Hill Top,
Rolleville, Exuma.
One storey wooden
and stone building sit-
uate Main Street,
George Town, Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Stevenson, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate George
Town, Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate on the Main
Street, Jimmie Hill,
The Forest, Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Barraterre,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate The Ferry,
Little Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Staniel
Cay, Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Stocking
Island, Exuma.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Main St.,
Farmers Hill, Exuma.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Rolle Town.
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Rolle Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Williams Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Williams Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Black Point,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Black
Point, Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Rolleville, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Barraterre
Exuma.

















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 111

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


312. Kenneth Rolle
Rolleville,
Exuma.
313. Milton Rolle,
Rolleville,
Exuma.

314. Herbert W.
Nixon,
Stevenson,
Exuma.
315. Willard C.
Ferguson,
Forbes Hill,
Exuma.

316. Hughdon Dames,
Exuma.

317. Ruben Bodie,
Hermitage,
Exuma.

318. John Marshall,
George Town,
Exuma.

319. Jerome B.
Ferguson,
The Forest,
Exuma.
320. Archelaus
Cooper,
Forbes Hill,
Exuma.

321. Cedric Clarke,
Moss Town,
Exuma.

322. Neville M. Clarke,
The Hermitage,
Exuma.

323. Uznor Musgrove,
Moss Town,
Exuma.
324. Samuel Grey, Jr.,
Williams Town,
Exuma.

325. Cornelius
Flowers,
Roker's Point,
Exuma.
326. Longer
McPhee,
Rolleville,
Exuma.
327. Milton
McKenzie,
Rolleville,
Exuma.


General


General




General



General




General



General



General




General



General




General



General



General


General



General



General




General


One storey stone build-
ing situate Rolleville.
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Rolleville, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Stevenson, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Forbes Hill,
Exuma.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Moss Town.
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main Road
The Hermitage, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Charlotte
Street, George Town
Exuma.
One storey stone build.
ing situate The Forest
Exuma.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Forbes Hill
Exuma.


One storey stone build.
ing situate Main
Street, Moss Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, The Hermitage,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Moss Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Williams
Town, Exuma.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Roker's
Point, Exuma.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Rolleville Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Clarke
Street, Rolleville, Ex-
uma.
















112 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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

THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS ARE

RESTRICTED TO BEER AND WINE ONLY


328. Joshua Sears,
Forbes Hill.
Exuma.
329. John Marshall,
George Town,
Exuma.

330. J. M. Bowe,
The Forest,
Exuma.

331. Thomas
Armbrister, Jr.,
Stevenson,
Exuma.
332. Cornelius
Saunders,
The Ferry,
Little Exuma.


General


General



General



General



General


One storey stone build-
ing situate Forbes Hill.
Exuma.
Two storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, George Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Stevenson, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, Stevenson, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate The Ferry,
Little Exuma.


Proprietary Club Applications


333. Albert R.
Chamberlain,
Chairman
the Staniel
Cay Club.
334. Edward L.
Minnis,
Chairman
the Edge
Water Club.
335. Jerome B.
Ferguson,
Chairman the
Midway Club.
336. Samuel Grey,
President the
Psalms Club.

337. David Curry,
President
the Western
Beach Club,
Harts, Exuma.
338. Frank Morley,
President
the Silver
Dollar Club.
339. Richard F. Smith,
President the
Eastern Club.

340. Lawrence
Lewis, Jr.,
Chairman
the Peace and
Plenty Club.
341. Anderson Rolle,
President
the Hill Top


Proprietary Club





Proprietary Club




Proprietary Club



Proprietary Club



Proprietary Club





Proprietary Club



Proprietary Club



Proprietary Club




Proprietary Club


One storey stone build-
ing situate Staniel Cay,
Exuma.


One storey stone build-
ing situate Charlotte
Street, George Town,
Exuma.

One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Road, Jilly Hill, Ex-
uma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, George Town
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main Road,
Harts, Exuma.


One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, George Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main
Street, George Town,
Exuma.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Main St.,
George Town, Exuma.


One storey stone build-
ing situate Hill Top,
Rolleville, Exuma.
















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 113

Name and Address Description Description
of the Applicant of Licence of Premises
Tavern,
Rolleville,
Exuma.
TRANSFER
340. Everette Earl Wholesale One storey stone build-
Sands, ing situate Haynes
New Providence. Avenu e, Governor's
Harbour, Eleuthera.
From M. McCandlish
to Earl E. Sands.
Datpd at Nassau, N.P., the 20th day of January 1960.
LESLIE A. WHYLLY,
Clerk to the Licensing Authority.

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 27th day of January 1960, at 4.30 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 of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises

Western District, New Pr evidence


3. Catherine Smith,
Delaport,
Western District.


Cool Drinks and
Sandwiches


One storey stone build-
ing situate Delaport in
the Western District
of the Island of New
Providence.


Eastern District, New Providence


4. Reo Johnson,
Mackey Street,
Eastern District.




5. Wilkerson
Newbold,
New Providence.




6. Joyce S. Roberts,
New Providence.






6a. Roscoe Glinton,
Wulff Road,
Eastern District.


Grocery and Notions






Grocery






Wholesale Grocery








Garage


One storey stone build-
ing situate St. James
Road, near the Five
Pounds Lot, in the
Eastern District of the
Island of New Provi-
dence.
One storey building sit-
uate Coleman Lane,
near the Nassau Rock
Products in the East-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.
A portion of a one
storey stone building
known as Milton Wells
Food Store situate
Tedder Street, Palm-
dale, in the Eastern
District of the Island
:f New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Wulff Road,
opposite Pinedale, in
the Eastern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
















114 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


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


Southern District, New Providence


7. Dorothy
Lockhart,
Southern District,
New Providence.


8. Vernal Johnson,
Southern District,
New Providence.






9. Donald
Deleveaux,
Englerston,
Southern District,



10. Bernard Bethell,
Southern District,
New Providence.







11. Huel Ferguson,
Southern District,
New Providence.


12. Julia Mae Sands,
New Providence.


13. Anthea Delancy,
Windsor Lane,
Southern District.


General Merchandise


One storey stone build-
ing situate on the
South side of Palm
Tree Avenue about 250
ft. off East Street run-
ning West, in tha
Grove Area of the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Palm Tree
Avenue, first corner
running South off East
Street, in the Grove
Area of the Southern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Englerston
just South of John
Deveaux Restaurant in
the Southern District
of the Island of New
Providence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Exuma
Street, about 300 feet
off East Street run-
ning West, in the En-
glerston Area of the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.
One storey stone build-
ing situate Gibbs Corn-
er in the Southern Dis-
trict of the Island of
New Providence.
One storey wooden
building situate Wulff
Road, just East of The
Mutual Bank of the
Bahamas in the South-
ern District of the Is-
land of New Provi-
dence.

One storey wooden
building situate Wind-
sor Lane, East, in the
Southern District of
the Island of New Pro-
vidence.


Canned Goods and
Cool Drinks







Meats, Etc.







General









General Merchandise
and Meats



Cool Drink Stand


Vegetables and
Grocery


Dated at Nassau, N.P., the 20th day of January 1960.


LESLIE A. WHYLLY,
Clerk to the Licensing Authority.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 115

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 27th day of January 1960, at 4.00 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 of Description of
of the Applicant Licence Premises


9. Herman Brown,
Eastern District.


10. Herman Brown,
Eastern District.


5. Burns House
Limited.

7. D. S. Johnson,
Stanyard Creek,
Andros.
411. Vivian Knowles,
Western District.


Restaurant



Music and Dancing



Fresh Creek, Andros


Wholesale


Music and Dancing


Music and Dancing


Building situate Kemp
Road in the Eastern
District of the Island
of New Providence.
Building situate Kemp
Road in the Eastern
District, New Provi-
dence.


Building situate An-
dros Town, Fresh
Creek, Andros.
One storey building
situate Stanyard
Creek, Andros.
The ground floor of a
t wo storey building
situate Farrington
Road in the Western
District of the Island
of New Providence.


Dated at Nassau, N.P., the 21st day of January, 1960.

LESLIE A. WHYLLY,
Clerk to the Licensing Authority.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
22nd January, 1960.
The following Minister of Religion having been duly regis-
tered shall be deemed to be appointed a Marriage Officer of the
Colony, with effect from the 13th day of January, 1960-:


Francis C. Fitz Hugh


Anglican Church at Bimini
and Cat Cay, Bahamas.


N. C. ROBERTS,
Asst. Registrar General.


Public Works Department,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
22nd January, 1960.

CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD, GEORGETOWN
TO ROLLEVILLE, EXUMA
Tenders are invited from Bona-fide Contractors for construc-
tion of road from Georgetown to Rolleville, Exuma, a distance













116 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

of approximately 15 miles. Contractors shall submit their Ten-
ders based on lineal foot measurement.
Specification forms can be obtained at the office of the Pub-
lic Works Department during normal office hours.
Completed tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes
endorsed "Construction of Road, Exuma," so as to reach the Di-
rector of Public Works by noon on Saturday the 6th February,
1960.
Sgd. R. G. RAE,
Director, Public Works.














SUPPLEMENT TO THE


OFFICIAL


GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU January 23, 1960 4


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE


No. 21.
The subjoined amendments to the Royal Instructions of date
8th September, 1909, are published for general information.
M.P. C.164.
BAHAMA ISLANDS
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS to Our Governor and Com-
mander-in-Chief in and over Our Bahama Islands, or other
Officer for the time being administering the Government of
Our said Islands.
We do hereby direct and enjoin and declare Our will and pleasure
as follows:-


N,








Construction
1. These Instructions shall be construed as one with the
Instructions under Our Sign Manual and Signet addressed to the
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Our Bahama Islands bear-
ing date the 8th day of September, 1909, as amended by Addition-
al Instructions bearing date the 7th day of April, 1937 (which In-
structions as so amended are hereinafter referred to as "the In-
structions").
Commencement
2. These Instructions shall have effect as from a day to be
appointed by the Governor by Notification in the Bahama Islands
Gazette.
Amendment of Clause II of Instructions of 1909
3. Clause II of the Instructions is amended by the deletion
of the words appearing immediately after the second semi-colon
therein and by the substitution therefore of the following words-
"but the total number of the Members of the said Coun-
cil, excluding persons so provisionally appointed, shall not at
any time exceed nine".

Revocation and replacement of Clause XIV of
Instructions of 1909
"Constitution XIV. (1) There shall be a Legislative Council in
of Legislative and for the Islands constituted in accordance
Council. with the provisions of this Clause.
(2) The Members of the Legislative Council
shall be-
(a) such persons, not exceeding eleven in num-
ber, as We may from time to time designate
or name by Instructions or Warrants under
Our Sign Manual and Signet, or as the Gov-
ernor may, by Instrument under the Public
Seal of the Islands, from time to time ap-
point in pursuance of instructions from Us
through one of Our Principal Secretaries
of State, or re-appoint as hereinafter pro-
vided; and
(b) such persons, if any, as may be appointed
by the Governor to be provisionally Mem-
bers of the Council.
(3) (a) Every person appointed to be a Member of
the Council under sub-paragraph (a) of
paragraph (2) of this Clause shall vacate his
seat at the end of ten years from the date
of the Instrument by which he is appointed
or at such earlier date as may be provided
by that Instrument.








(b) After the termination of the original ap-
pointment of such a person he may be re-
appointed by the Governor by an Instru-
ment under the Public Seal of the Islands
for a period not exceeding five years and
for special reasons, for a further period not
exceeding five years.
(c) Notwithstanding the preceding provisions
of this paragraph, when the holder of a
public office is appointed to be a Membei
of the Council he shall in any case vacate
his seat when he ceases to hold that office.
(d) If a person is appointed to be provisionally
a Member of the Council and his provision-
al appointment is immediately followed by
his substantive appointment as a Member of
the Council the period of ten years, or
shorter period, as the case may be, referred
to in sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph,
shall be reckoned from the date of the In-
strument by which he is provisionally ap-
pointed.
4. The Governor shall without delay report to Us, for Our
confirmation or disallowance through one of Our Principal Secre-
taries of State, every provisional appointment under sub-para-
graph (b) of paragraph (2) of this Clause of a person as a Mem-
ber of the Council. Every such person shall hold his place in the
Council during Our pleasure, and the Governor may by Instru-
ment under the Public Seal of the Islands revoke any such ap-
pointment."

Saving of present Members of Legislative Council
5. Notwithstanding anything in these Instructions, every
person being a substantively appointed Member of the Legisla-
tive Council at the date upon which these Instructions come into
force shall continue to hold his place in the Council on such terms
and conditions as would apply to his case if these Instructions
had not been issued.
Given at Our Court at St. James's this 22nd day of Decem-
ber, in the eighth year of Our Reign.
ELIZABETH R.


No. 22.
His Excellency the Governor directs that the subjoined
amendments to the Letters Patent shall come into operation as
on and from the 1st February, 1960.
M.P. C.164.








BAHAMA ISLANDS
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Our
other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Common-
wealth, Defender of the Faith.
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME,
GREETING
Know Ye that We have declared and by these Presents do declare
Our will and pleasure as follows:-
Citation, construction and commencement
1.-(1) These Presents may be cited as the Bahama Islands
Letters Patent, 1959, and shall be construed as one with the Ba-
hama Islands Letters Patent, 1909, (hereinafter called "the prin-
cipal Letters Patent").
(2) The principal Letters Patent and these Presents may be
cited together as the Bahama Islands Letters Patent, 1909 and
1959.
(3) These Presents shall come into operation on a day to be
appointed by the Governor by Notification in the Bahama Islands
Gazette.
Insertion of new Article in principal Letters Patent
2. Immediately after Article XIII of the principal Letters
Patent there is inserted the following new Article:-
"Concurrent XIIIA.-(1) When any holder of the office of
appointment. Governor or of any office constituted by the Gov-
ernor in Our name and on Our behalf (including
any office so constituted before commencement
of these Letters Patent) is on leave of absence
pending relinquishment of his office, it shall be
lawful for another person to be appointed sub-
stantively to that office.
(2) When two or more persons are holding
the same office by reason of an appointment made
pursuant to paragraph (1) of this Article, then for
the purposes of Articles XVI and XVII of these
Letters Patent and for the purposes of any
function conferred upon the holder of that office,
the person last appointed to the office shall be
deemed to be the sole holder of the office."
Replacement of Article XVII of principal Letters Patent
3. The following new Article is substituted for Article XVII
of the principal Letters Patent:-
"Appointment XVII.-(1) Whenever the Governor-
of Deputy to (a) has occasion to be absent from the seat of
the Governor. Government but not from the Islands, or








(b) has occasion to be absent from the Islands
for a period which he has reason to believe
will be of short duration, or
(c) by reason of illness, which he has reason
to believe will be of short duration, con-
siders it desirable so to do, he may, by an
Instrument made under the Public Seal of
the Islands, appoint any person in the Is-
lands to be his Deputy during such absence
or illness, and in that capacity to exercise
and perform for and on behalf of the Gov-
ernor during such absence or illness all such
powers and authorities vested in the Gov-
ernor as shall be specified by such Instru-
ment.
(2) By the appointment of a Deputy as
aforesaid the power and authority of the
Governor shall not be abridged, altered, or
in any way affected otherwise than as We
may at any time hereafter think proper to
direct; and every such Deputy shall con-
form to and observe all such instructions as
the Governor shall from time to time ad-
dress to him for his guidance.
(3) Any appointment under this Article
may at any time be revoked by the Gover-
nor or by one of Our Principal Secretaries
of State, and, in the case of absence as
aforesaid, shall cease and determine upon
the return, of the Governor to the seat of
Government or to the Islands, as the case
may be."
Power reserved to Her Majesty
4. We do hereby reserve to Ourself, Our Heirs and Suc-
cessors full power and authority to amend or revoke these
Presents as to Us or Them shall seem fit.
In Witness whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be
made Patent.
Witness Ourself at Westminster the 11th day of January in
the eighth year of Our Reign.
By Warrant under the Queen's Sign Manual.
COLDSTREAM


No. 23.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Customs
Regulations Act, Chapter 153, is published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 12260/II.








ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE CUSTOMS REGULATIONS ACT
(Chapter 153)

In exercise of the powers conferred upon the Governor in
Council by section 2 of the Customs Regulations Act (Ch. 153)
the following Order is hereby made:
1. This Order may be cited as The Ports of Entry (Amend-
ment) (No. 1) Order, 1960.
2. The Schedule to the Ports of Entry (Amendment) Order
1952 is hereby amended by deleting the words "Grand Bahama"
appearing after word "Snake Cay" and substituting therefore the
word "Abaco".
3. This Order shal be deemed to have come into operation
on the 21st day of December, 1959.
Ordered this 23rd day of January, 1960.

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




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