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OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY

NASSAU May 20, 1962 21

GOVERNMENT NOTICES


COLONIAL SECRETARY OFFICE
The following Government Notices are published as a supple-
ment to this Gazette:-
No. 102 Order in Council made under The Out Islands
Administration Act (Chapter 29). M.P. 12062.

No. 103 The Treasury Bills (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations
1962. M.P. 15819.

No. 104 The Public Board' of Works for New Providence
Amendment Rules 1962. M.P. 6914.

No. 105.
His Excellency the Governor has approved the following
appointment:-
Mr. W. V. Granger, M,B.E., Deputy Commissioner of Police, to
be Acting Commissioner of Police with effect from the
24th May, 1962. M.P. P.127.

No. 106.
The following staff movements are notified for general in-
formation:-
LEAVE
The following Police Officers have been granted leave dur-
ing the sittings of the Police Commission of Inquiry with effect
from the 24th May, 1962.-
Lt. Col. E. J. H. Colchester-Wemyss, O.B.E., C.P.M., Connission-
er of Police. M.P. P.851




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Mr. Roy Oldham, Deputy Superintendent of Police- M.P. P.1210.
Mr. L. G. Roberts, Deputy Superintndent of Police.-M.P. P.1196
Mr. M. H. Hill, Deputy Superintendent of Police. M.P. P.1208.
Mr. E. J. Bryan, Superintendent of Police. M.P. P.1060.
Resumption of Duty
The following officers in the Crown Lands Office have re-
sumed the duties of the post set opposite their names with effect
from the 19th May, 1962:-
Mr. R. E. A. Sweetnam, Crown Lands Officer. M.P. CAO.50.
Mr. H. A Hing-Cheong, Surveyor and Deputy to the Crown
Lands Officer. M.P. C.L.O.1634.

No. 107.
His Excellency the Govern6r has -appbited the following
persons as Members of The Maritime Board, with effect from the
23rd May, 1962, for the remainder of the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1962, under Section 3(1) of The Maritime Board and
Port Authorities Act, 1962:-
Mr. R. H. Symonette, M.H.A. (Chairman)
Hon. W. B. Johnson, O.B.E., M.L.C.
Commander T. A. Pack-Beresford, R.N. (Ret'd.)
Mr. Trevor Kelly, M.H.A.
Mr. K. M. Thompson
Mr. Spurgeon Bethel, M.H.A.
Mr. Sloane Farrington.
M.P. C.819/II.


No. 108.
His Excellency the Governor has appointed the following
Port Authorities for the port areas named, with effect from the
23rd May, 1962, for the remainder of the year ending 31st De-
cember, 1962, under Section 15(3) of The Maritime Board and
Port Authorities Act, 1962:-
NEW PROVIDENCE
Mr. R. H. Symonette, M.H.A. (Chairman),
Hon. W. B. Johnson, O.B.E., M.L.C.
Commander T. A. Pack-Beresford, R.N. (Ret'd)
Mr. Trevor Kelly, M.H.A.
Mr. K. M. Thompson,
Mr. Spurgeon Bethel, M.H.A.
Mr. Sloane Farrington.
ABACO (No. 1)
(SANDY POINT)
The Commissioner Chairman
Captain Ernest A. Dean
Mr. Mervin Roberts
Mr. Edward Dames.
ABACO (No. 2)
(HOPE TOWN)
The Commissioner, Marsh Harbour Chairman
Captain Sherwin Archer
Mr. Ancil Albury
Mr. Lambert Sands















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Mr. Willie Russell
Mr. Granville Bethel.
ABACO (No. 3)
(GREEN TURTLE CAY)
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. Harold J. Lowe
Mr. Leo Cash
Mr. Calvin Sawyer.
BIMINI
The Commissioner Chairman
Captain Harcourt Brown
Captain Eric Sawyer
Mr. Adriel Saunders
Mr. Wilfred Weech.
CAT ISLAND (No. 1)
(ARTHUR'S TOWN)
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. C. B. Thurston
Mr. Thaddeus Thompson.
CAT ISLAND (No. 2)
(THE BIGHT)
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. Wilberforce J. Swain
Mr. Otis Young.
ELEUTHERA (No. 1)
(GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR)
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. Harold Albury
Mr. George Johnson
Mr. Sidney Burrows
Mr. Richard Rolle.
ELEUTHERA (No. 2)
(ROCK SOUND)
The Commmissioner Chairman
Mr. J. I. Albury
Mr. E. A. Sands.
GRAND BAHAMA
Mr. Douglas Silvera Chairman
Mr. John L. Rolle
Mr. Raymond Jones
Mr. Beverly Grant
EXUMA
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. Frank Morley
Mr. D. W. Robertson
HARBOUR ISLAND
The Commissioner- Chairman
Mr. Earle W. Johnson
Captain Harold Albury
Mr. Joseph B. Finder
Mr. James Eldon
SAN SALVADOR
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. Joseph Albury
Mr. Jacob Jones
Mr. Stanley Fernander
Mr. Samuel Edgecombe














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INAGUA
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. A. W. U. Saunders
Mr. Felix Darville
Mr. P. N. Nixon
Mr. Thomas Winter
RAGGED ISLAND
The Commissioner Chairman
Mr. E. N. Curling
Mr. Hezekiah Moxey.
2. The Boards of Pilotage published under Gazette Notices
No. 261 of 30th December, 1961, and No. 67 of 14th April, 1962
are hereby revoked.
M.P. 15781.

No. 109.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor, act-
ing on instructions received from the Right Honourable the Sec-
retary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased to recognize
Mrs. Marion Stopford Powell, provisionally as Honorary Consul
of Peru at Nassau, pending the issue of Her Majesty's Exequatur.
M.P. 16431.

No. 110.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act, Chapter 254, is published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 16373.
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 Public Board of Works for Marsh Harbour,
Abaco, to acquire the said land for a public purpose to wit: for
the purpose of constructing a public road at Marsh Harbour,
Abaco
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 26th day of May, 1962.
Sgd. W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT thirty foot piece parcel or tract of land at Marsh
Harbour, Abaco, described as follows:
Commencing at a point on the Western side of the thirty
foot wide public road reservation leading from the airstrip and
on the projection of the Southern side of a thirty foot wide pub-
lic road reservation known as Town Road as the road junction
immediately North of the building presently occupied by Bar-














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clays Bank thence in a direction 000 19' 35" East of magnetic
North for a distance of Thirty and Four hundredths (30.04) feet
being bounded thereon by the said road reservation leading from
the airstrip thence in a direction 870 12' 10" West of magnetic
South for a distance of Four hundred and Thirty and Seventy-
eight hundredths (430.78) feet thence in a curved direction to
a radius of One thousand Eight hundred and Seventy-two
(1872.00) feet for a distance of One hundred and Ninety-eight
and Sixty-seven hundredths (198.67) feet thence in a direction of
86 43' 00" West of magnetic North for a distance of One hun-
dred and Twenty-nine and Eight hundredths (129.08) feet thence
in a curved direction to a radius of Six hundred and Twenty-five
and Ten hundredths (625.10) feet for a distance of One hundred
and Ninety-six and Sixteen hundredths (196.16) feet thence in a
direction of 680 44' 15" West of magnetic North for a distance
of One hundred and Sixty-three and Twenty-six hundredths
(163.26) feet and being bounded thereon partly by land said to
be the property of the Island Missionary Society and partly by
land said to be the property of John N. Albury partly by land
said to be the property of the Crown partly by land said to be
the property of C. E. Hudson partly by land said to be the
property of V. Archer partly by land said to be the property of
E. Archer partly by land said to be the property of Philip Archer
and partly by land said to be the property of Thomas Archer
thence in a direction of 680 03' 15" West of magnetic South for
a distance of Forty-one and Sixteen hundredths (41.16) feet being
bounded thereon by a thirty foot wide reservation for a public
road from Dundas Town to Marsh Harbour and separating the
said piece parcel or tract of land herein described from the Sea
thence in a direction of 680 44' 15" East of magnetic South for
a distance of One hundred and Sixty-six and Eight hundredths
(166.08) feet thence in a curved direction to a radius of Six hun-
dred and Fifty-five and Ten hundredths (655.10) feet for a dis-
tance of Two hundred and Five and Fifty-seven hundredths
(205.57) feet thence in a direction of 860 43' 00" East of magnetic
South for a distance of One hundred and Twenty-nine and Eight
hundredths (129.08) feet thence in a curved direction to a radius
of One thousand Nine hundred and Two (1902.00) feet for a dis-
tance of Two hundred and One and Eighty-six hundredths
(201.86) feet thence in a direction of 870 12' 10" East of magnetic
North for a distance of Four hundred and Thirty-two and Forty-
two hundredths (432.42) feet to the point of commencement and
being bounded thereon partly by land said to be the property
of J. Archer partly by land said to be the property of L. Archer
partly by land said to be the property of the Crown partly by
land said to be the property of Philip Archer partly by land said
to be the property of W. G. Archer and partly by land said to
be the property of Leonard Thompson the said piece parcel or
tract of land having such position boundaries marks shape and
dimensions as are shown on the diagram or plan attached to
Secretariat Minute Paper 16373 and delineated on that part which
is coloured Pink on the said diagram or plan.
No. 111.
The subjoined Notice of Intention given under The Acqui-
sition of Land Act, Chapter 254, is published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 16365.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Given Under
THE ACQUISITION OF LAND ACT
(Chapter 254)
WHEREAS it appears to His Excellency the Governor in
Council that the land described in the Schedule hereto is re-
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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 Local Board of Works for Green Castle, Eleu-
thera to acquire the said land for a public purpose to wit: for
the purpose of the water supply system at Green Castle, Eleuthera
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 26th day of May, 1962.
Sgd. W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
SCHEDULE
ALL THAT piece parcel or lot of land formerly owned by
the late Zaccheus Smith, containing 0.113 of an acre situate in
the Settlement of Green Castle in the Island of Eleuthera one
of the Bahama Islands more particularly described as follows:-
Commencing at a point marked by a concrete monument set
at the Northeast corer of the Buddy Rattray Estate as it meets
a six foot wide lane thence in a direction North 610 22' East for
a distance of Fifty-five and Seventy-one hundredths (55.71) feet
and bounded by the said lane thence South 350 42' East for a
distance of Seventy-one and Seventy-five hundredths (71.75) feet
and bounded by land the property of Vera Gardiner thence
South 540 37' West for a distance of Seventy-five and Fourteen
hundredths (75.14) feet and bounded by land the property of the
said Vera Gardiner thence North 210 49' West for a distance of
Eighty and Eighty-seven hundredths (80.87) feet and bounded
by the said Buddy Rattray Estate to the point of beginning,
which said piece parcel or lot of land is coloured Pink on a
plan attached to Secretariat Minute Paper No. 16365.

No. 112.
It is hereby notified that His Excellency the Governor met
both Houses of the Legislature in the Council Chamber on the
23rd May, 1962 and assented to the following Acts:-
No. 7 of 1962 An Act to amend The Matrimonial Causes Act.
No. 8 of 1962 An Act to amend The Companies Act.
No. 9 of 1962 An Act to amend The General Assembly Elec-
tions Act 1959.
No. 10 of 1962 An Act to amend The General Assembly Elec-
tions Act 1959 (No. 2).
No. 11 of 1962 An Act to amend The General Assembly Elec-
tions Act 1959 (No. 3).
No. 12 of 1962 An Act to declare and define certain powers,
privileges and immunities of the General Assembly and
of the members of such Assembly, to secure freedom of
speech in the General Assembly, to regulate admittance
to the precincts of the General Assembly, to give pro-
tection to the persons employed in the publication of
Reports and other papers of the General Assembly, to
provide for the making of rules for the regulation of the
proceedings of the General Assembly and for purposes
incidental to or connected with the matters aforesaid.
No. 13 of 1962 An Act to amend The Bar Association Act.
No. 14 of 1962 An Act to provide for the constitution and
appointment of a Maritime Board for the Colony and














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Port Authorities for New Providence and the Out Islands
whereby the various ports and harbours of the Colony
and the pilots and pilotage thereof and therein may be
the better regulated and controlled.
No. 15 of 1962 An Act to consolidate and amend the law re-
lating to Education within the Bahama Islands and to
repeal The Education Act, The Secondary Education
Act and parts of The Secondary School Act and to amend
The Government High School (Establishment) Emolu-
ments and Conditions of Service) Act 1960.
No. 16 of 1962 An Act to amend The Secondary Education Act.
No. 17 of 1962 An Act to amend The Telecommunications Act.
No. 18 of 1962 An Act to provide for a Bahamas Sports Com-
mission and matters incidental thereto.
No. 19 of 1962 An Act to authorize the raising of a loan to
be used for the purpose of the construction of an Out
Island Passenger and Freight Terminal at Potters Cay
and building thereon.
No. 20 of 1962 An Act to authorise the entering into of an
Agreement between the Government and the South
Eleuthera Power and Light Company, Limited for the
establishment of a water supply system in the Settle-
ment of Rock Sound and its environments and for mat-
ters incidental thereto.
No. 21 of 1962 An Act to authorize the Airports Board to enter
into an Agreement with Jenkin Vernon Roberts, for the
lease to him of certain land at Windsor Field for the
erection of a Hotel.
No. 22 of 1962 An Act to change to Paradise Island the name
of the Island lying to the North of the Island of New
Providence and known as Hog Island.
No. 23 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Health Act.
No. 24 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Health Act (No. 2).
No. 25 of 1962 An Act to provide for the Licensing of
Pharmacists and for the control of the Sale and Distribu-
tion of Drugs and Poisons.
No. 26 of 1962 An Act to amend The Dangerous Drugs Act.
No. 27 of 1962 An Act to amend The Births and Deaths Regis-
tration Act.
No. 28 of 1962 An Act to amend The Imperial Lands of The
Minister of Transport Act.
No. 29 of 1962 An Act to amend The Acquisition of Land
(Special Application) Act 1957.
No. 30 of 1962 An Act to vest certain land in the City of
Nassau in the Island of New Providence in Moon
Estates, Limited.
No. 31 of 1962 An Act to amend The Commissions of Enquiry
Act.
No. 32 of 1962 An Act to amend The Civil Service Commission
Act.
No. 33 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Service Act 1960
(No. 1)
No. 34 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Service Act 1960
(No. 2).
No. 35 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Service Act 1960
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No. 36 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Service Act 1960
(No. 4).
No. 37 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Establishments
Act.
No. 38 of 1962 An Act to qualify Newton Clyde Roberts,
M.B.E., for appointment to the post of Registrar General.
No. 39 of 1962 An Act to amend The Prisons Act (No. 2).
No. 40 of 1962 An Act to amend The Prison Department
(Subordinate Officers' Salaries and Allowances) Act 1960.
No. 41 of 1962 An Act to amend The Industrial Schools Act
1960.
No. 42 of 1962 An Act to amend The Industrial Schools
(Subordinate Officers' Salaries and Allowances) Act 1960.
No. 43 of 1962 An Act for the Prevention and Control of Con-
tagious and Infectious Diseases in Animals.
No. 44 of 1962 An Act to make certain provisions for the pro-
tection of Hotel Keepers.
No. 45 of 1962 An Act to prohibit the Sale of Merchandise in
certain vessels for delivery in the Colony from such
vessels.
No. 46 of 1962 An Act to amend The Public Holidays Act.
No. 47 of 1962 An Act to provide an allowance for Eloise
Adderley.
No. 48 of 1962 An Act to authorise the payment of a special
pension and gratuity to Major Augustus Roberts, C.P.M.
in lieu of the pension to which he is or might become
entitled under The Pensions Act.
No. 49 of 1962 An Act relating to the pension of Milo Harcourt
Strachan.
No. 50 of 1962 An Act relating to the pension of Ivern Byndloss
Bosfield.
No. 51 of 1962 An Act to amend The Pensions (Increases) Act
1961.
No. 52 of 1962 An Act to provide for increases of pensions
payable under the provisions of The Public Officers'
Widows' and Orphans' Pension Act 1872 and The Baha-
ma Islands War Contingent Act and to validate previous
payments of increases of such pensions.
No. 53 of 1962 An Act to amend The Widows' and Orphans'
Pension Act.
No. 54 of 1962 An Act to amend The Old Age Pension Act 1957.
No. 55 of 1962 An Act to amend The Road Traffic Act 1958.
No. 56 of 1962 An Act to amend The Petroleum Products In-
land Tax Act 1961.
No. 57 of 1962 An Act to amend The Emergency Tax Act 1959.
No. 58 of 1962 An Act to amend The Emergency Tax Act 1959
(No. 2).
No. 59 of 1962 An Act to grant duties of Customs Revenue to
Her Majesty the Queen for the use and support of the
Colony in respect of antiques and works of art.
No. 60 of 1962 An Act to continue in force certain Acts which
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No. 61 of 1962 An Act to appropriate certain moneys for general
improvements in New Providence and the Out Islands.
No. 62 of 1962 An Act for the appropriation of divers sums of
money for and towards defraying the expenses of the
Government of the Bahama Islands and for other pur-
poses therein mentioned.
M.P. 520/III.
The foregoing notices numbered 102 to 112 are published by
command.
W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

DEPARTMENTAL NOTICES


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
25th April, 1962.
THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's
Report dated the 5th January, 1962, 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 10th day of April, 1962.
No. 2954 CAPRI ENTERPRISES LIMITED
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
9th May, 1962
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Three months after the
date hereof the under mentioned Company will be struck off the
Register of Companies in accordance with Section 5 of The For-
eign Companies Act Chapter 126.
PROSECO INTERNATIONAL, S.A. No. 1925
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Asst. Registrar General.


Police Headquarters,
Nassau, Bahamas,
17th May, 1962.
This is again to remind the Public that the Passport Office
is sitauted at Police Barracks on East Street.
2. The Passport Office will be open for business during
the following hours:-
From 1st November to 31st May.
Monday through Friday from 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Saturday from 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon.
3. Police Character Certificates can be obtained at C.I.B.
Headquarters, upstairs Central Police Station, during the follow-
ing hours:-
Monday through Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Saturday from 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon.
E. J. H. COLCHESTER-WEMYSS,
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Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
19th May, 1962.
THE COMPANIES ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's
Report dated the 28th day of November, 1961, the affairs of the
undermentioned Company have been fully wound up and that
the said Company has been struck off the Register of Companies
and shall be deemed to have been dissolved as and from the
19th day of May, 1962.
No. 1591 PEACE AND PLENTY, LIMITED
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Registrar General.
















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Custom House,
Nassau, N.P.,
19th May 1962.
EAST STREET WAREHOUSE
Return of goods remaining in government warehouses on the 14th day of May, 1962 which have
not been entered as provided under Chapter 153, Section 65.


The above goods will be sold at Public Auction
May, 1962.


if not entered or bonded on or before the 31st


Marks and Address Packages and Description
of Goods Name of Ship Date of Arrival


Doris Saunders
Janet Aston
M. Newbow
S. W. Whitehead
Cut Rate Farm
C. Colebrook
Pinder's Dry Goods
Freddy Nealy
Nu Way Service
Coral Harbour
Big One
H. W. Wong
Bah. Printing Litho
Emiaco Const.
Walter Cox
Caribbean Dev.
Myers Dev.
Powers & Elec. Cables
ref. Ba. Elec. Corp.
Rene Voght
Jeraldine Saunders
James Clark
Betty Shopping
Arnold Small
Caribbean F. Music
S. H. Hamilton
Carl G. Fisher
Charles Robins
Caribbean F. Music
Carl G. Fisher
J. A. Allen
David Rolle
Bab Lowe
Thompson Fountain
Burns House
Big One
Martha Murie
Big One
Mary's Dress Shop
F. D. Scarlatos
L. M. Louis
Montagu Beach Hotel
W. C. Rahming
Kenny's Music Hall
Big One
Christopher Johnson
Louis H. Louis
Debbie's
Bahamian Com. Sec.
Emaico Const.
Bahamas Printing
Tip Top
H. T. Ferguson
R. W. Bowder
Irene Manolis
E. T. Moses
Wesley Inkes i


3 pkgs. household goods
I bdl. bed board
I bdl used bed spring
I bicycle
I chair
I mattress
I ctn. dry goods
3 refrigerators and stove
1 ctn. sandpaper
6 ctn. soap powder
2 ctns. dry goods
1 ctn. matches
8 5 gals. cans paint
I ctn. blotter
1 pc. auto engine
3 ctns. lub. enclosure
1 ctn. dry goods
2 ctns insulators doors

1 cs. air conditioner
I ctn. peanuts
I ctn. groceries
13 ctns. chairs
2 ctns. furniture
3 ctns. records
I ctn. doors gaskets
I ctn. electric fixtures
Mattress
I ctn. records
1 ctn. electric fixtures
1 ctn. samples
3 pcs. bed rails
I bdl. newspaper
3 ctns. auto parts
1 ctn. advertising matter
I ctn. sheets, etc.
6 pkgs. clay
3 ctns. dry goods
2 ctns. dry goods
4 ctns. dry goods
I pkg. merchandise
3 ctns. insecticide
1 ctn. dry goods
4 ctns. pool tables
1 ctn. dry goods
I pc. outboard motor
1 basket
2 ctns. jals. door
1 ctn. generator
2 ctns. windows
4 ctns. office supply
2 bdls. store carts
3 ctns. dry goods
1 ctn. closet
2 ctns. dry goods
I ctn. dry goods
1 ctn. halter desk


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"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
"Betty K"
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Leonard Knowles
Anthony Klonaris
Goombay Club
Debbie's
Windsor Hotel
Bay Electric
A. Moncur
W. A. Binnie
Iris Bethel
Prince George Hotel
Beatrice Dames
Betty's Shopping Sev.
Columbus Restaurant
Errol Leach
Mitchell's Dept. Store
Chrisis
Bahamas Housing
Marie Foster
Natchas
Doris Beauty Salon
James Hepburn
Junkanoo Club
Ritchie's Electric
Columbus Restaurant
A. C. Kemp

James Kitt
City Lumber Yard
Butler & Sands Co.
B. K. Thompson Ltd.
Jack's
Kelly Motor Co.
Bahamas Supply Co.
Bahamas Supply Co.
Butler & Sands
Butler & Sands
Butler & Sands
Harry G. Smith
Harry G. Smith
Harry G. Smith
Sam Wong Grocery
Mutual Department
Director Im. Dept.
Loriner Laws
Princess Margaret
Hospital
Esso
Butler & Sands
Sydpitt
Sydpitt
Sydpitt
Cellars Wineshop
A. C. Kemp
Stanley Manfette
H. Ferguson
P. & P.
English China Shop
Butler & Sands Co.
P. G. Hotel
Thompson Bros.
Johnson Package Store
Solomon Brothers


1 ctn. file folders
I ctn. tube enclosure
15 ctns. stirrers
1 ctn. dry goods
'0 ctns. paper goods
ctn. electrical supply
1 ctn. merchandise
34 ctns. beauty supply
1 ctn. mattress
1 ctn. tomato paste
2 ctn. personal effects
1 ctn. books
2 ctns. detergent
1 ctn. dry goods
13 ctns. shoes
2 ctns. display
2 ctn. cleaning supply
1 ctn. dry goods
4 ctns. dry goods
1 ctn. dry goods
4 refrigerators
3 bdls. used chairs
1 ctn. speaker
1 ctn. detergent
510 ctns. beer (1 ctn. empty)
1 ctn. advertising matter
I ctn. bicycle
4 ctns. advertising matter
10 cases pouring stands
10 cases pouring stands
1 ctn. beer
1 case printed matter
1 case brandy
5 ctns. wine
19 ctns. armagnac
1 case advertising matter
5 cases whiskey
39 cases cognac
23 ctns. spirit
1 advertiser
20 ctns. curnbeef
302 ctns. rum
1 ctn. electrical valve
1 box carpenter's tools
2 ctns. tomato juice

1 cast merchandise
4 cs. whisky
85 ctns, bells whisky
65 cases whisky
1 ctn. advertising matter
1 ctn. advertising matter
100 ctns. whisky
50 ctns. stout, 1 ctn. advertising
matter, 2 cs. whisky, 50 cs.
tonic wine
20 ctns. gin
6 ctns. paintings
3 ctns. advertiser
2 ctnns., 1 bdll. advertiser
1 case advertising matter
1 case eathernware
2 cases shoes
20 cases champagne
85 ctns liquers, 25 ctns. liquers
1 case merchandise
42 cases wine


M.V. 'Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
vI.V. "Betty K"
VI.V. "Betty K"
l.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
M.V. "Betty K"
"Triton"

S.S. "Cibao"
S.S. "Cibao"
S.S. "Helicon"
S.S. "Helicon"
S.S. "Parthenon"
S.S. "Parthenon"
S.S. "Aegis"
S.S. "Poseidon"
"Sarpedon"
"Sarpedon"
S.S. "Oberon"
S.S. "Hercuba"
S.S. "Hercuba"
S.S. "Hercuba"
"William Johnson"
M.V. "Kirtdale"
M.V. "Kirtdale"
M.V. "Kirtdale"
M.V. "Kirtdale"

"Sun Princess"
S.S. "Potoro"
S.S. "Salamanca"
S.S. "Rowanmore"
"Cienfugos"
S.S. "Paraguay"
S.S. "Somers Isles"
S.S. "Somers Isles"


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S.S. "Escalante" 20/8/61
S.S. "Nassau" 4/9/61
S.S "Somers Isles" 28/9/61
S.S. "Somers Isles" 28/9/61
S.S. "Ebro" 2/10/61
S.S. "Sarmiato" 11/10/61
S.S. "Sarmiato" 11/10/61
S.S. "Ebro" 12/12/61
S.S. "Ebro" 12/12/61
S.S. "Tuscany" 29/9/61
S.S. "Escalante" 6/11/61
G. A. ISAACS,
Deputy Comptroller of Customs














OFFICIAL GAZETTE 321

Road Traffic Department,
P. O. Box 1615,
Nassau, Bahamas,
21st May, 1962.
ROAD TRAFFIC AUTHORITY

The application listed below for a franchise under the Road
traffic Act 1958 has been received by the Authority.
Any person entitled to object to any application and wish-
ing to be heard as an objector shall lodge two copies in writing
of their objection, within fourteen days of the date of the pub-
lication of these notices, to the Road Traffic Authority.
Description Number of
Name of Franchise Vehicles
M. M. U-Drive-It, Ltd., Self-drive 10 Cars
Bay Street (Variation)
(Sgd.) F. R. ASHMOLE,
Controller of Traffic.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P.,
21st May, 1962.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with Rules 68 and 69 of
the Rules made under The Trade Marks Act, notice in the forms
14 and 15 as prescribed by the said Rules has been sent to Messrs.
Higgs & Kelly, Agent for Alexander Becker of Britwool Mills,
Alperton Lane, Wembley, Middlesex, England, tde registered
proprietors of the undermentioned Trade Mark:-
No. 1760 in Class 33
the registration of which expired on the 21st day of May, 1962,
and in accordance with Rule 70 of the said Rules, notice is here-
by given that the renewal fee of the registration of the said Trade
Mark has not been paid.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, N.P., .Bahamas,
21st May, 1962.
THE TRADE MARKS ACT
Trade Mark No. 1759
Class 38
I hereby give notice that the registration of the Trade Mark
above referred to of B.V.D. Company, Inc., 404 Fifth Avenue,
New York 18, New York, U.S.A., registered on the 21st day of
May 1948, has been renewed as and from the 21st day of May,
1962.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Registrar General.

Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
22nd May, 1962.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that upon Application in the
prescribed manner and form and with the consent of the Regis-














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tered Proprietor namely THE COCA-COLA Company, a Cor-
poration organized and existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America, with an office at 515 Mad-
ison Avenue, City and State of New York, Manufacturers SUN-
SHINE BOTTLING COMPANY LIMITED, a Company organ-
ized and existing under the laws of the Bahamas, located at
Nassau, Bahamas, Manufacturers, has on the 22nd day of May,
1962 been entered in the Trade Mark Register as the Registered
User of Trade Mark Numbers 857 in Class 42 and 1163 in Class
42 covering the goods as set out in the Trade Marks Register in
the Registry of Records and subject to the following conditions
or restrictions:
1. The trade marks are to be used by the Registered User
only in the Bahamas.
2. The said trade marks are to be used by the Registered
User in relation to a syrup, manufactured by the Regis-
tered User from concentrate supplied by the Registered
Proprietor or by parties designated from time to time by
the Proprietor strictly in accordance with specifications,
formulae, processes, standards and instructions furnished
to the Registered User by the Proprietor, for distribution
and sale by the Registered User to retail dealers through-
out the area of permitted user for use by them in dis-
pensing the beverage COCA-COLA through mechanical
devices in their establishments. The Registered User is
to allow the proprietor to inspect the finished syrup, the
methods of preparation thereof and the processes of
packaging on the premises of the Registered User.
3. The Registered User is not to be the sole permitted user
of the aforesaid trade marks in respect of the syrup.
4. The proposed permitted use is without limit of period.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau, Bahamas,
23rd May, 1962.

GENERAL EXPORTERS LIMITED
TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Liquidator's Re-
port dated .the 22nd February, 1962, 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 23rd day of May, 1962.
No. 2613 GENERAL EXPORTERS LIMITED
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Registrar General.


Registrar General's Office,
Nassau,
25th May, 1962.
NOTICE is hereby given that any person interested in op-
posing the registration of any Mark appearing hereunder, may
within one month from the date of this Notice, lodge, at the
Registrar General's Office, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, a notice of
opposition, in duplicate, in the Form 7 in the Second Schedule,
Trade Mark Rules, 1947.
On filing Notice of opposition a fee of 4 is payable in
respect of each application opposed.















OFFICIAL GAZETTE 325

Application Number 3738 in Class 47 in respect of All goods
included in Class 47.
Application Number 3739 in Class 47 in respect of Common
soaps, detergents; starch, blue, and other preparations
for laundry purposes.
Applicants:- Lever Brothers, Port Sunlight, Limited, having a
place of business at Port Sunlight, Cheshire, England.
Applicants' Agent and Address for service in the Bahamas:-
Messrs. Higgs & Kelly, Chambers, Bay Street, Nassau,
Bahamas.
Date of Applications:- 21st May, 1962.
GERALDINE MURDOCH,
Ag. Registrar General.


OLD AGE PENSIONERS
Old Age Pensioners residing in the vicinity of Wesley School
Room, at the corner of Blue Hill Road and Meadow Street are
advised that pension for the month of May, 1962 will be paid at
the School Room on Monday, 28th May, Tuesday, 29th May,
Wednesday, 30th Mav and Thursday, 31st May, 1962 from 9:00
a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
2. Pensioners residing in the vicinity of Mackey Street are
advised that pension for the month of May, 1962 will be paid at
St. Felicitas Church on Monday. 4th June, 1962 from 9:00 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m.
3. Pensioners residing in the vicinity of Sandilands are ad-
vised that pension for the month of May, 1962 will be paid at
the Jungle Club, Fox Hill on Saturday, 2nd June, 1962 from 9:00
a.m. to 12:00 noon.
4. For payments at Wesley School Room, pensioners whose
surnames begin with the letters A E should attend on Monday,
those whose surnames begin with the letters F M on Tuesday.
those whose surnames begin with the letters N S on Wednes-
day and those whose surnames begin with the letters T Z on
Thursday.
S. B. ARCHER,
Actg. Receiver General and Treasurer.
The Treasury,
Nassau, N.P.,
26th May, 1962.












































































































































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JUL 11 1962






SUPPLEMENT TO THE

OFFICIAL GAZETTE


BAHAMAS
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY


NASSAU May 26, 1962 21

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

COLONIAL SECRETARY OFFICE
No. 102.
The subjoined Order in Council made under The Out Is-
lands Administration Act, Chapter 29, is published for general
information.
M.P. 12062.
ORDER IN COUNCIL
Made Under
THE OUT ISLANDS ADMINISTRATION ACT
(Chapter 29)
WHEREAS by section 3 of The Out Islands Administration
Act (Chapter 29) Out Islands shall from time to time be divided
into Districts by the Governor, in Council who may determine
the area, boundaries and official designation of any District so
constituted.
AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient for administrative,
judicial and other purposes authorised by the said Act that the
X Island of Abaco be separated into three Districts to be known as

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Green Turtle Cay District, Marsh Harbour District and Sandy
Point District, defined respectively as follows:
GREEN TURTLE CAY DISTRICT: Headquarters at Green
Turtle Cay-Bounded on the Southeast by the Channel between
Whale 'Cay and Great Guana Cay, thence to the North end of
the locality known as Turtle Rocks thence across the mainland
of Abaco to Matthew Point on the Western Coast, thence in a
line running South by East to include the Woollendean Cays.
This District is to include the mainland of Great Abaco-
Little Abaco, and all the Abaco range of Cays situate to North
and Northwest of the Southeast boundary described and extend-
ing as far as Walker's Cay Channel, comprising the settlements-
Green Turtle Cay, Black Wood and Big Grape Tree, Fire Road,
Cooper's Town, Cedar Harbour, Wood Cay, Mount Hope, Fox
Town, Crown Haven, Stranger's Cay, Grand Cay .and Walker's
Cay. ..
MARSH HARBOUR DISTRICT: Headquarters at Marsh Har-
bour-Bounded on the North or Northwest by a line running
from the Channel between Whale Cay and Great Guana Chy,
thence along the North end of the locality known as Turtle
Rocks to the mainland of Abaco, thence across the land to Mat-
thew Point oB 'the Western Coast and thence to the South end
of the Woollendean Cays.
This District includes the mainland of Abaco and all the
adjacent Cays to the South and Southeast of the line described
above to a line one mile South of Crossing Rocks, excluding
Moore's Island and Gay Gorda and the small Cays adjacent to
those Islands, comprising the settlements-Marsh Harbour, Hope
Town, Cherokee Sound, Dundas Town, Murphy Town, Man-O-
War Cay, Great Guana Cay and Crossing Rocks.
SANDY POINT DISTRICT: Headquarters at Sandy Point-
Bounded on the North by a line one mile South of Crossing
Rocks, thence South to Hole-in-the-Wall and Northwest to Sandy
Point. .
The District is to include the mainland of Great Abaco South
of the line described above and the Islands known as Moore's
Island, Gorda Cay and the adjacent Cays, comprising settle-
ments-- Sandy Point and Moore's Island.
NOW THEREFORE His Excellency the Governor by these
presents orders and it is hereby ordered that the Island of Abaco
shall be divided into three Districts to be designated respective-
ly as Green Turtle Cay District, Marsh Harbour District and
Sandy Point District as defined above.
The Order in Council dated the 4th February, 1959, made
under the Out Islands Administration Act aforesaid is hereby
revoked.
Ordered in Council this 26th day of May, 1962.
(Sgd.) W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Clerk to the Executive Council.









No. 103.
The subjoined Regulations made under The Treasury Bills
Act 1959, Chapter 50 of 1959, are published for general informa-
tion.
M.P. 15819.

REGULATIONS
Made Under
THE TREASURY BILLS ACT 1959
(Chapter 50 of 1959)
In exercise of the powers vested in the Governor-in-Council
by section 8 of The Treasury Bill Act 1959 the following Regula-
tions are hereby made:

Short Title
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Treasury Bills
(Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 1962.
Amends Regulation 8 of
The Treasury Bills Regulations 1960
2. Regulation 8 of The Treasury Bills Regulations 1960 is
hereby amended by deleting the word "four months or six
months" appearing in the first and second lines thereof and sub-
stituting therefore the words "ninety days".
Made by the Governor-in-Council this 26th day of May, 1962.
(Sgd.) W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Clerk to the Executive Council.



No. 104.
The subjoined Rules made under The Boards of Works Act,
Chapter 9, are published for general information.
M.P. 6914.
RULES
Made Under
THE BOARDS OF WORKS ACT
(Chapter 9)
Short Title
1. These Rules may be cited as the Public Board of Works
for New Providence Amendment Rules 1962 and shall be read
as one with the Public Board of Works for New Providence Rules
1934 (hereinafter called "the principal Rules").








Revokes and replaces Rule 4A (5) of
the principal Rules
2. Sub-rule (5) of Rule 4A of the principal Rules is hereby
revoked and replaced as follows:
"(5) If, at the expiration of the time limit in the
order, the requisition of the Director of Public Works
has not been complied with, the owner or occupier, as
the case may be, against whom it has been made shall
be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a penalty of forty shillings and in the case
of a continuing offence to a further penalty of twenty
shillings for every day the offence continues, and in any
such case the Director of Public Works may, in his dis-
cretion, by his servants or agents at all reasonable time
during the day time enter upon the premises in respect
of which such order has been made and carry out the
terms of the order and the owner or occupier, as the
case may be, shall, in addition to any penalties as afore-
said, be summarily liable for all expenses up to 25 in-
curred in carrying out the terms of the said order and
such sum shall be a charge against the owner or occupier
of the premises, as the case may be, and against the
premises."
Made by the Public Board of Works for New Providence
this 15th day of May, A.D., 1962.
Sgd. G. A. BETHELL,
Chairman.
Approved by the Governor in Council this 23rd day of May,
A.D., 1962.
Sgd. W. H. SWEETING,
Acting Clerk to the Executive Council.




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