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OFFICIAL GAZETTE



BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU December 24, 1960 52


GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY OFFICE
No. 291.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following ap-
pointments:-
Mr. Conrad J. Knowles to be confirmed in his appointment as
Assistant Controller in the Road Traffic Department
with effect from the 9th June, 1960. M.P. P.1237.
Mr. J. W. C. Benjamin to be confirmed in his appointment as
Assistant Accountant in the Public Treasury with effect
from the 1st January, 1956. M.P. P.22.
Mr. A. Leon McKinney to be a Member of the Competent
Authority Import/Export Control Regulations Act -
M.P. 15263.
Mr. Basil H. McKinney to be a Temporary Member of the De-
velopment Board during the absence from the Colony of
Mr. John H. Bethell, M.H.A. M.P. C.819.

No. 292.
His Excellency the Governor has appointed the following
Boards and Committees for the year commencing on the 1st
January, 1961:-
Agricultural and Marine Products Board
Mr. George Baker, M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. P. G. D. Bethell
Mr. Donald d'Albenas, M.H.A.
Lieut. Colonel F. A. Wanklyn, M.C.
Mr. Cyril Stevenson, M.H.A.



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924 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Airports Board
Hon. F. H. Christie, C.B.E., M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. Leonard Thompson, O.B.E., M.H.A.
Mr. Aubrey Bethel
Hon. D. B. McKinney, M.L.C.
Dr. Cleveland Eneas

Development Board
Mr. Stafford L. Sands, C.B.E., M.H.A. (Chairman)
Hon. H. G. Christie, C.B.E., M.H.A.
Mr. R. H. Symonette, M.H.A.
Mr. Trevor Kelly, M.H.A.
Mr. John H. Bethell, M.H.A.

Advisory Committee to the Development Board
Hon. Colonial Secretary (Chairman)
Mr. Basil McKinney
Mr. Roy Solomon, M.H.A.
Sir Francis Peek, Bt.
Mr. David Lightbourn
Mr. C. C. Richardson
Mr. Milton H. Taylor M.H.A.
Mr. John Morley
Mr. Basil Kelly

Board of Education
Hon. C. W. F. Bethell, M.L.C. (Chairman)
Mr. O. Moseley
Hon. G. C. Cash, M.E.C., M.H.A.
Mr. Godfrey Kelly, M.H.A.
Mr. Peter Graham, M.H.A.

Board of Health
Mr. G. D. Foster Clarke, M.H.A. (Chairman)
Hon. Dr. R. W. Sawyer, M.E.C., M.H.A.
Dr. K. V. A. Rodgers
Dr. K. Eardley
Mr. F. Brown, M.H.A.

Petroleum Board
Hon. Sir Roland Symonette, Kt., M.E.C., M.H.A. (Chairman)
Hon. Attorney General
Mr. George Baker, M.H.A.
Mr. J. T. Albury, M.H.A.
Mr. Sigmund Pritchard

Board of Pilotage
Mr. R. H. Symonette, M.H.A. (Chairman)
Hon. W. B. Johnson, O.B.E., M.L.C., J.P.
Commander T. A. Pack-Beresford, R.N. (Ret'd.)
Mr. K. M. Thompson
Mr. C. Trevor Kelly, M.H.A.
Mr. Spurgeon Bethel, M.H.A.
Mr. Sloane Farrington

Telecommunications Board
Mr. R. M. Solomon, M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. George Cole
Mr. Paul Adderley
Mr. Godfrey K. Kelly, M.H.A.
Hon. Dr. R. W. Sawyer, M.E.C., M.H.A.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE


Public Board of Works
Hon. G. A. Bethell, M.E.C., M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. Godfrey K. Kelly, M.H.A.
Rev. W. V. Eneas, J.P.
Mr. Ulysses Davis
Mr. Milo B. Butler, M.H.A.

Air Transport Licensing Authority
Hon. Attorney General (Chairman)
Sir Victor Sassoon, Bt., C.B.E.
Mr. John H. Bethell, M.H.A.
Mr. C. P. Bethel, O.B.E., I.S.O.
Hon. F. H. Christie, C.B.E., M.H.A.
Mr. Warren Levarity, M.H.A.
Dr. F. Adderley
Visiting Committee Boys Industrial School
Hon. G. C. Cash, M.E.C., M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mrs. A. F. Adderley, M.B.E.
Rev. Canon John Calnan, M.B.E.
Mr. Levi Gibson
Mr. Charles Albury
Lady Henderson
Mr. L. B. Johnson
Licensing Authority
Mr. Maxwell Thompson (Chairman)
Rev. A. C. Johnson
Mr. K. M. Thompson
Mr. Charles Rodriques
Rev. Harold Slater
Visiting Committee Nassau Prison
The Very Rev. F. E. Ellis (Chairman)
Rev. Leroy Roker, J.P.
Mr. Mervyn Johnson
Sir Oliver Simmonds
Mr. Timothy Gibson
Racing Commission
Mr. Peter Graham, M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. George Baker, M.H.A.
Mr. Basil McKinney
Dr. K. V. A. Rodgers
Mr. George Evans
Labour Board
Hon. L. J. Knowles, M.L.C. (Chairman)
Mr. Charles Austin
Mr. J. T. Albury, M.H.A.
Mr. G. D. Foster Clarke, M.H.A.
Mr. A. Leon McKinney

Road Traffic Authority
Mr. D. E. d'Albenas, M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. Gordon O'Brien
Mr. Kendal Isaacs
Mr. O. Moseley
Mr. L. O. Pindling, M.H.A.
Bahamas Electricity Corporation
Mr. Clifton Borer To be Chairman with effect from the 1st
January 1961.















926 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

With effect from the
1st January to the 30th
September 1961 in
Place of Hon. E. A. P.
Hon. G. A. Bethell, M.E.C., M.H.A. Dupuch, C.B.E..
M.E.C., M.H.A. and
Mr. L. M. Thompson, O.B.E., M.H.A. Mr. D. E. d'Albenas,
M.H.A. who resigned
I from the Corporation
with effect from the
S31st December 1960.
Housing Corporation
Hon. D. B. McKinney, M.L.C. (Chairman)
Mr. H. M. Taylor, M.H.A.
Mr. Peter Graham, M.H.A.
Mr. G. C. Stubbs
Mr. Neville Roberts
Government High School Committee
Hon. G. C. Cash, M.E.C., M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. Stanley B. Archer
Lady Roberts
Mr. Orville A. Turnquest
Mrs. Erma Grant-Smith
Mr. Peter Graham, M.H.A.
Dr. Cleveland W. Eneas
Immigration Committee
Hon. Attorney General (Chairman)
Hon. Sir Roland Symonette, Kt., M.E.C., M.H.A.
Hon. Dr. R. W. Sawyer, M.E.C., M.H.A.
Hon. E. A. P. Dupuch, C.B.E., M.E.C., M.H.A.
Hon. G. A. Bethell, M.E.C., M.H.A.
Hon. G. C. Cash, M.E.C., M.H.A.
Visiting Committee Girls Industrial School
Mrs. Levi Gibson (Chairman)
Mr. F. Carney
Mrs. Miriam Dean
Mrs. Cyril Knowles
Mrs. Mark Murray
Miss Clarice Sands
Sir Guy Henderson
Broadcasting & Television Commission
Hon. W. H. Sweeting, M.E.C., M.L.C. (Chairman)
Mrs. W. E. A. Callender (Vice Chairman)
Mr. Cyril C. Richardson
Mr. Donald d'Albenas, M.H.A.
Mr. Fred Brown, M.H.A.
Town Planning Committee
Sir Roland Symonette, Kt., M.E.C., M.H.A. (Chairman)
Mr. C. Trevor Kelly, M.H.A.
Mr. E. A. Boyce
Mr. L. O. Pindling, M.H.A.
Mr. Basil Kelly
Child Protection Committee
Rev. Canon John Calnan, M.B.E. (Chairman)
Major T. Brookes (Salvation Army)
Mrs. T. A. Toote, M.B.E.
Prince Hepburn
Mrs. Olga Dillet (Child Officer)
M.P. C.819II.














927.


OFEICAL GAZETTE,


No. 293.
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 in respect of the following Act of the Legislature of
the Bahama Islands:-
No. 31 of 1960 The Exchange Control Regulations Amendment
Act 1960.
M..P. 14162/II.


No. 294.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act, Chapter 254, is published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 12882/VIII.
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 notified 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 school
building 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 24th day of December, 1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
All that piece parcel or lot of land at Millertons Long Island
having such shape boundaries and dimensions as are shown on a
plan attached to Secretariat Minute Paper 12882 VIII, which by
this reference is a part hereof, and which said piece parcel or
lot of land is bounded Northerly by land the property of John
Knowles and running thereon Two hundred (200) feet Westerly
by land the property of L. G. Simms and running thereon Three
hundred and Fifty-eight (358),feet Southerly by land the property
of L. G. Simms and running thereon Two hundred (200) feet
and Easterly by Public Road and running thereon Three hundred
and Fifty-eight (358) feet.


No. 295.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act, Chapter 254, is published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 12882/VIIH.














928 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

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 re-
quired for a public purpose
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby notified 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 school
building 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 24th day of December, 1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Colonial Secretary.

SCHEDULE
All that piece parcel or lot of land in the settlement of Sam
McKinnons, in the Island of Long Island having such shape
boundaries and dimensions as are shown on a plan attached to
Secretariat Minute Paper No. 12882 VIII which by this reference
is made a part hereof and which is more particularly described
as follows:
Beginning at a point Forty (40) feet due West from a Rock
Pit the boundaries of the said piece parcel or lot of land extend
North 37 degrees West along the Public Road Three hundred
and Eighty-eight (388) feet thence West 34 degrees South along
land the property of Miller's Estate Four hundred and Fifty-
eight (458) feet, thence South 31 degrees East along land the
property of Miller's Estate Three hundred and Thirty-three (333)
feet thence East 29 degrees North along land the property of
Miller's Estate Five hundred (500) feet back to the point of be-
ginning.


No. 296.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act, Chapter 254, is published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 12643D.

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 notified 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














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 929

for a public purpose to wit: for the purpose of erecting a teachers
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 24th day of December, 1960.
A. G. KNOX JOHNSTON,
Colonial Secretary.
SCHEDULE
All that piece parcel or lot of land known as Lot No. 92
situated at Gregory Town, Eleuthera in a section known as the
Cove bounded on the South by a ten foot Public Road and run-
ning thereon Eighty-six feet (86.0') on the East by land of L. G.
Bullard and running thereon One hundred and Nineteen feet
(119.0') on the North by Crown Land and running thereon
Ninety feet (90.0') on the West by land formerly owned by
Joseph A. Wood and running thereon Ninety-three feet and
Sixty-nine hundredths (93.69') containing 0.208 acres.


No. 297
It is hereby notified that an application for registration undel
The Industries Encouragement Act has been received from the
Bahamas Tobacco Company, Limited, for the purpose of manu-
facturing cigarettes and cigars with the use of cigarette tobacco,
cigar tobacco, cellophane tubes, cardboard boxes, paper, cello-
phane, aluminum foil and labels. It is proposed to establish this
factory on the eastern side of Mackey Street, north of Shirley
Street.
2. Any person objecting to the registration of such factory
should give notice in writing of his objections and of the grounds
of such objections to the Colonial Secretary before the 19th day
of January, 1961.
The foregoing notices numbered 291 to 297 are published
by command.
A. G KNOX JOHNSTON,
Colonial Secretary.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES

H. M. Customs,
Nassau, Bahamas,
17th December, 1960.
Returning residents are notified that in order to take ad-
vantage of the exemption allowed under Section 11 of the Fourth
Schedule to the Tariff Act, ALL articles purchased or acquired
whilst abroad including wearing apparel must be declared and
from the total amount declared the exemption will be deducted.
E. H. McKINNEY,
Comptroller of Customs.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 312/1960.
WHEREAS Augusta Mackey of the Eastern District in the
Island of New Providence, has made application to the Chief














930 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Justice of the Supreme Court of the Bahama Islands for letters
of Administration of the real and personal estates of Ernest Mac-
key late of the Eastern District of the Island of New Providence,
Farmer, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court
19th December, 1960.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
Noe 318/1960.
WHEREAS Archibold Rand of the Southern District in the
Island of New Providence, attorney for Edward Colebrook 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 Felix Alexander- Colebrook late of the South-
ern District of the Island of New Providence. Shopkeeper, de-
ceased.
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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court
19th December, 1960.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 319/1960.
WHEREAS Archibold Rand of the Southern District in the
Island of New Providence, Attorney for Edward Colebrook has
made application to the Chief Justice of the-Supreme Court oqfthe
Bahama Islands for letters of Administration of the real and
personal estates of Nathaniel Edward Colebrook late of the
Southern District of the Island of New Providence, Retired Police
Constable 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court
19th December, 1960.

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probate Side
No. 320/1960.
WHEREAS Arnold Louis Roker of the Island of New Provi-
dence has made application to the Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of the Bahama Islands for letters of Administration with the














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 931

Will Annexed of the real and personal estates of George Wilson
Bethel late of Sandilands Village in the Eastern District of the
[salnd of New Providence one of the Bahama Islands, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court
19th December, 1960.


IN THE SUPREME COURT
Probatt Side
No. 323/1960.
WHEREAS Edward Dawson Roberts of the Eastern District
of the Island of New Providence, Attorney for Herbert E. John-
son 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 Herbert Johnson late of the City of
Miami in the State of Florida one of the United States of Ameri-
ca, 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.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar.
The Registry,
Supreme Court
19th December, 1960.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
15th December, 1960.
In accordance with Regulation 3(2) of the Road Traffic Regu-
lations 1959, the travelled portion of Bay Street, (excluding side-
walks) between its junction with Elizabeth Avenue and George
Street, will on Tuesday 27th December 1960 and Monday 2nd
January 1961 between the hours of 4 a.m. and 9 a.m. be closed
to all Traffic, including pedestrians, except those persons actually
taking part in the Junkanoo Parades and officers of the Junkanoo
Committee.
2. Persons taking part in the parades should be attired in
Junkanoo uniform. Junkanoo uniform means a costume of a type
customarily associated with Junkanoo Parades and does not in-
clude the wearing of a decorative hat and mask with ordinary
clothing.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS,
Commissioner of Police.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas,
15th December 1960.
BAY STREET from ELIZABETH AVENUE to GEORGE
STREET will be closed to traffic between the hours of 4 a.m. and
9 a.m. on Tuesday, the 27th December, 1960 and Monday, 2nd
January, 1961.














932 OFFICIAL GAZETTE

Parking of vehicles on BAY STREET from ELIZABETH
AVENUE to GEORGE STREET is prohibited between the hours
of 3 a.m. and 9 a.m. on Tuesday 27th December 1960 and Mon-
day, 2nd January, 1961.
Between 4 a.m. and 9 a.m. on Tuesday 27th December,
1960 and Monday, 2nd January, 1961, that portion of SHIRLEY
STREET from ELIZABETH AVENUE to FREDERICK
STREET, PRINCESS' STREET, and that portion of DUKE
STREET between MARKET STREET and GEORGE STREET,
and GEORGE STREET between MARLBOROUGH STREET
and BAY STREET will be open to two way traffic.
During this period parking will be prohibited on SHIRLEY
STREET between ELIZABETH AVENUE and FREDERICK
STREET.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS,
Commissioner of Police.


MAINTENANCE OF PUBLIC PARKS AND GARDENS
Tenders are invited for the maintenance of Parks and Gardens
for the year 1961. Copies of the specification and form of tender
may be obtained at the Public Works Department during normal
working hours. Completed tenders in sealed envelopes endorsed
Parks and Gardens should be returned to the office of the clerk,
Public Board of Works, before mid-day on Monday 9th of Jan-
uary 1961.
By Order,
JOAN D. NORTH,
Clerk Public Board of Works.


COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP PLAN -
TRAINING OF TEACHERS
The Board of Education invites applications for scholarships,
tenable in the United Kingdom, for the following courses of train-
ing beginning in September, 1961:-
(1) A one-year course for serving teachers in the teaching
of English.
(2) A one-year course for serving teachers in Physical
Education.
(3) A three-year course for serving teachers or others in
Technical subjects.
(4) A three-year course for serving teachers or others in
Domestic Science.
(5) A three-year course for serving teachers or others in
commercial subjects.
(6) A three-year course for serving teachers or others in
music.
(7) A one-year "refresher" course in general pedagogy for
serving teachers.
(8) A one-year course for serving teachers who may become
Training College Lecturers.
In each case, the applicant should hold at least a good Cam-
bridge School Certificate or its equivalent.
Men or women may apply for courses (1), (2), (5), (6),
(7) and (8), men only for course (3), and women only for course
(4).















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 933

Female applicants should preferably be unmarried.
A minimum of three years satisfactory teaching experience
will be required of applicants for one-year courses, but teaching
experience is not required of applicants for three-year courses.
Scholarships will entitle the holders to fares to and from the
United Kingdom, tuition and examination fees, a personal allow-
ance and grants for books and clothing, and, in the case of serving
teachers, such proportion of their salary as shall be approved by
Government.
Final awards are made by the Commonwealth Bursary Unit.
Applications must be submitted on the official form which
can be obtained from the Education Office. All applications
should be addressed to the Director of Education, and must be
received at the Education Office not later than 3rd January, 1961.
T. P. LIGHTBODY,
Director of Education.

THE PHARMACY ACT (CHAPTER 53 SEC. 6)
The undermentioned person has been granted a permit un-
der the Pharmacy Act.
Name Address
Mrs. Ovelia Bain Victoria Point, Andros
S. B. ARCHER,
for Receiver General and Treasurer.
The Treasury
Nassau, Bahamas
21st December, 1960.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
21st December, 1960.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that upon application in the
prescribed form and with the consent of the Registered Proprietor
namely The Coco-Cola Company of the State of Delaware, Unit-
ed States of America, Manufacturers, Sunshine Bottling Company
Limited of Nassau, Bahamas, Manufacturers, has on the 21st day
of December, 1960 been entered in the Trade Mark Register as
the Registered User of Trade Mark Numbers 188, 858, 1011 and
1164 which covers the goods as indicated in the Register of Trade
Marks in The Registry of Records, Nassau, Bahamas.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
21st December, 1960.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that upon application in lie
prescribed form and with the consent of the Registered Proprietor
namely Corning Glass Works, Walnut Street, City of Corning,
State of New York, United States of America, Manufacturers,
James A. Jobling Company Limited, Wear Glass Works, in the
City of Sunderland, County of Durham, England, Manufacturers,
has on the 21st day of December, 1960, been entered in the Trade
Mark Register as the Registered User of Trade Mark Number
2145 in Class 15 covering the following goods:- Glass products
of all kinds.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
for Registrar General.








MUTUAL UNITED BANK OF BAHAMAS LTD.


CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES

Authorised capital:-
52,000 Ordinary Shares at 1 each
38,000 Ordinary Shares at 1 each
as per Resolution dated 16th June, 196(

ISSUED AND PAID UP CAPITAL

70,000 Ordinary Shares at 1 each....
SURPLUS BALANCE:- (Profit & Loss).

CURRENT LIABILITIES

Trade Creditors and Bills Payable.....
Liability on Current Accounts.........
Liability on Savings Accounts.........


BALANCE SHEET AS AT SEPTEMBER 1960

CURRENT ASSETS

Cash in Vault and in other Banks ................. 15,608 18 6
Bills Receivable ................................ 18,344 19 9
Loans and Mortgages ........................... 14,841 15 6

FIXED ASSETS

......... 70,000 0 0 Land and Buildings
........... 6,178 19 8 Less Depreciation and Sales
during Current Year ............................ 38,370 2 3

DEFERRED REVENUE EXPENDITURE


. ..... 798 3
............ 4,945 13
............ 7,242 19


9
0
7


89,165 16 0


This is to certify that I have examined the accounts of the
Mutual United Bank of Bahamas Ltd., and from Accounts
inspected and information received, the above Balance
Sheet reflects a true position of the Bank at the date
above mentioned.


Formation Expenses (written off
at 1,000 per year) ............................ 2,000 0 0
89,165 16 0



A. L. FARQUHARSON,
Manager.


J. TOMLINSON MILLS
Certified Accountant and Auditor.


Nassau, 29th November, 1960.








STATEMENT OF CONDITION


THE PEOPLE'S PENNY SAVINGS BANK, LTD.


AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOV. 30, 1960.


ASSETS


Cash on Hand and Due from Banks .............. 26,684 5 1

Personal Loans (secured by deposits).............. 25,151 14 7

First Mortgage Loans ........................... 24,824 11 6

Housing Development ........................... 31,336 17 6

Office Furniture and Equipment................. ... 5,944 5 9

Real Estate ..................................... 59,300 0 0

Land and Buildings.............................. 30,000 0 0

Other Assets ................................... 1,303 11 4

TOTAL ASSETS ................. 204,545 5 9



A. LEON McKINNEY,
President-Manager.


LIABILITIES


Capital Shares ............................... .. t 9,691 0 0

Surplus ......................................... 22,000 0 0

Undivided Profit ................................ 7,389 2 8

Reserve for Contingencies........................ 20,000 0 0

Reserve for Staff Training........................ 150 0 ,0

Other Liabilities ............................ ..... 1,747 8 0

Deposits ........................................ 143,564 15 1



TOTAL LIABILITIES ........... 204,545 5 9



LIVINGSTONE N. COAKLEY, B.SC., F.A.C.A.,
Accountant.






)36 OFFICIAL GAZETTE


THE ROYAL BANK


OF CANADA

Head Office, Montreal

W. E. McLAUGHLIN
President
C. B. NEAPOLE
General Manager
A. F. MAYNE
General Manager
(Non-domestic business)


Condensed Annual Statement
30th November, 1960.


ASSETS
Cash on hand and due from banks (including items
in transit) ................................. $ 583,133,005
Government of Canada and provincial government
securities, at amortized value ................... 836,842,656
Other securities, not exceeding market value......... 524,049,613
Call loans, fully secured........................... 316,818,517
Total quick assets .................... $2,260,843,791
Other loans and discounts. ......................... 1,597,496,232
Mortgages and hypothecs insured under N.H.A. (1954) 288,810,202
Bank premises ................. .................. 51,133,393
Liabilities of customers under acceptance, guarantees
and letters of credit: ......................... 92,633,136
Other assets ..................................... 5,905,496
$4,296,822,250

LIABILITIES
Deposits ................................ ...... $3,884,134,258
Acceptances, guarantees and letters of credit......... 92,633,136
Other liabilities ................................... 28,191,979
Total liabilities to the public............ $4,004,959,373
Capital paid up .................. .... $ 66,433,759
Rest Account ........................ 223,774,341
Undivided profits .................... 1,654,777 291,862,877
$4,296,822,250

Over 1,000 branches in Canada, the Caribbean area and South America.
Offices in New York, London and Paris. Representatives in Chicago,
Dallas, Havana and Hong Kong. Correspondents the world over.


NEW YORK AGENCY
68 William Street
New York 5


LONDON, ENGLAND
6 Lothbury, E.C. 2
2 Cockspur St., S.W. 1


Auxiliary in France
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA (FRANCE)
3 rue Scribe, Paris.
Nine branches in the Bahamas.




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