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SATURDAY DECEMBER 14, 2013

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DERRICK JOSIAH

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‘IN SHOCK’: Police officers still trying to come to grips with the passing of Assistant Commissioner Derrick Josiah. (Leroy Smith photo)

PRESIDENT DONALD RAMOTAR

OPPOSITION STRIKES AGAIN - denies public the right to be heard in Parliament Page 4

GAWU & GuySuCo reach compromise on API payment 16 Page

- after massive 2-day strike action

Man fatally stabs brother

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Minister Ali declares…

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Increased Route 32 minibus fares unjustified Local Gov’t Ministry initiates Christmas Page 4 clean-up in City Magistrate criticises Police Page 15 investigation but jails dangerous driver

Man gets awful scare at finding car parked in G/town missing Page 9 - tremendously relieved to retrieve vehicle intact

Ronaldo Williams with the car yesterday


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FIRST Lady Deolatchmee Ramotar and Ambassador of the Delegation of the European Union, Robert Kopecky, help to distribute treats at the Dharm Shala Christmas Party on Thursday afternoon. (Photo by Cullen Bess-Nelson)

Dharm Shala hosts grand annual Christmas party for children By Tash Van Doimen

THE Annual Dharm Shala Children’s Christmas party, held annually to entertain the deprived children of Albouystown and Charlestown, was held on Thursday afternoon at its place of operation on Sussex Street, Albouystown. The late Harry Ramsaroop’s three daughters - Eula Powell and Pamela and Kella Ramsaroop -- were patrons of the event. Specially invited guests of the Christmas party included First Lady of the Republic of Guyana, Mrs Deolatchmee Ramotar; Ambassador of the Delegation of the European Union, Mr Robert Kopecky, and his wife Eliska Kopecky; and Father Christmas, AKA Santa Claus, among others. In brief remarks to the children in attendance, First Lady Deolatchmee Ramotar extended them holiday greetings and expressed her thoughts on Christmas. She said, “I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas. I believe that Christmas is a time for children and family.” According to Pamela Ramsaroop, the Annual Children’s Christmas party at the Dharm Shala was started in the late 1940s by her grandfather, Phandit Ramsaroop Maraj; and was later continued by her father, the late Harry Ramsaroop, “because he felt it was a wonderful thing to entertain the deprived children in the neighbourhood”. Ms. Ramsaroop explained to the Guyana Chronicle that, despite the death of Harry Ramsaroop, which occurred a mere month ago, she and her sisters, “did not want to stop the tradition. “We would like to continue hosting the Christmas party and continue to support the work of the Dharm Shala,” she said. Approximately 200 children were entertained with food, drinks and treats. At the end of the party, they were presented with wrapped presents and goodie bags, while they were treated to Christmas carols being played by the Salvation Army band. The Dharm Shala is an institution that assists homeless persons and the less fortunate with food and shelter. It is managed by the Ramsaroop Family year round, and is totally dependent on donations from individuals and firms.


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Asst. Police Commissioner Derrick Josiah dies

- weeks after being involved in car accident

By Leroy Smith ASSISTANT Police Commissioner Derrick Josiah died yesterday at the Woodlands Hospital in Georgetown, after checking into the facility for a regular checkup in keeping with his monitoring following his involvement in a car accident early in November. Josiah had not been performing the duties of ‘A’ Division Commander subsequent to his involvement in the early morning accident, whilst travelling from his home on the West Coast of Demerara to perform presidential duties at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport. As word of his death circulated yesterday, dozens of tearyeyed male and female personnel of various ranks showed up at the Woodlands Hospital; and some were so overwhelmed with grief that they could neither be controlled nor consoled by their colleagues. Josiah’s family members also gathered at the hospital, the death of their loved one coming as a real shocker to them as to the entire Guyana Police Force. And the reaction of both colleagues and relatives could not have told a more poignant tale. This reporter also observed a few residents of Uitvlugt gathering at the hospital, crying as they commented on the passing of the kind and accommodating senior police officer Derrick Josiah. Following the incident in November, Josiah had been rushed to the hospital, where he was being treated for a fractured shoulder and knee, and for pains occasioned by the misfortune. Since that incident, the assistant police commissioner had

been receiving regular checkups and monitoring, to ensure complete recovery. There had been no physical sign that Josiah’s life was in danger after the accident. The task of controlling the throng of police personnel, relatives and civilians was an uphill one, as persons who had been very close to the assistant commissioner received advice against heading to the top floor of the building where the wrapped body lay on his hospital bed awaiting arrival of the hearse from the Merriman Funeral Parlour. During Josiah’s absence from active duty, Assistant Police Commissioner George Vyphuis had been manning ‘A’ Division. Josiah had taken over command of that division from Vyphuis, who had been moved to Force Operations. Speaking with the media at the Woodlands Hospital yesterday afternoon, Vyphuis related that the police were having an annual luncheon for the trainees of the force at Eve Leary yesterday when he got word that Josiah had slipped into unconsciousness. He said management of the Force knew that the assistant commissioner was scheduled to get his regular checkups at Woodlands Hospital, and that Josiah was going to be there at the time their ceremony was in progress. The police had earlier sent an ambulance to Josiah’s home to bring him to the hospital. Having received the call that his colleague had fallen into a state of unconsciousness, Vyphius said he informed the commissioner of police about

the development and then headed over to the hospital. He said that when he arrived there, he was greeted with the sad and unexpected news that 51-year-old Derrick Josiah had died, and that his body was lying on a hospital bed waiting to be wrapped and taken away by the undertakers. Vyphuis has described Josiah’s death as a blow to the Guyana Police Force and the entire country as a whole. He said Guyana has lost a future commissioner of police. Josiah was described as a very intelligent, courageous and vibrant police officer, who possessed all the qualities and criteria to become the country’s commissioner of police. Vyphuis said it was his personal view that Josiah did not deserve to die the way he did, and he would really be missed by all those who had to interact with him. Meanwhile, retired Assistant Police Commissioner Gavin Primo, said Josiah had been able to put the Guyana Police Force on a better standing with

Scene at Woodlands Hospital yesterday his ability to bridge the gap between the public and the police. Derrick Josiah had also been a minister of the Gospel, and had brought his values into his everyday dealings with his colleagues and members of the

Death of ACP Derrick Josiah…

I always had a high level of regard for him - President Ramotar By Leroy Smith PRESIDENT Donald Ramotar has described the late Assistant Police Commissioner Derrick Josiah as a very polite and pleasant police officer who executed his duties in a very professional manner. During a telephone interview with this reporter last evening, President Ramotar said he had several encounters with the late ACP Josiah in his line of duty, and at all times Josiah had displayed a very high level of commitment to his work. The President said he had always held Josiah in high regard. “I always had a high level of regard for him (Josiah),” President Ramotar told the Chronicle. The President said he was very shocked to hear the news of ACP Josiah’s passing yesterday afternoon. According to the President, it was only on Wednesday when he returned to Guyana that he asked Police Commissioner Leroy Brumell about the condition of Josiah. He said the Commissioner had informed him that Josiah was doing well and was recovering nicely. On behalf of his family and the Government and people of Guyana, President Donald Ramotar expressed deepest condolences to the relatives, family members, colleagues and friends of the late ACP Derrick Josiah.

public. Primo recalled that Josiah would usually make lots

of jokes and have everyone laughing lustily, yet his face was always serious.

Senior Superintendent Marshall comforts two other ranks who broke down after hearing of the death of Asst Commissioner Derrick Josiah.

‘A’ Division Commander, Assistant Police Commissioner George Vyphuis, with tears in his eyes, recalls visiting the hospital to be greeted by the news of Josiah’s death.


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OPPOSITION STRIKES AGAIN - denies public the right to be heard in Parliament

THE Political Opposition again showed their disregard for the public’s voice, denying sections of the public their right to petition, and to be heard in the National Assembly. The Opposition, on Thursday night, voted against a petition presented by Government Member of Parliament (MP) Odinga Lumumba on behalf of the Constituent Members and stakeholders of cricket, which requested that the National Assembly expedite the passage of the Guyana Cricket Administration Bill 2012-Bill No 31 of 2012. The petitioners, who numbered more than 30, said they were convinced that expediting the bill was the only solution to resolve the cricket crisis, and to preclude the possibility of cricket being used as a conduit for laundering money. However, before the motion was even presented, A Partnership for National Unity, MP, Carl Greenidge standing on a Point of Order, objected to it being allowed in the National Assembly, as the wording was offensive to Standing Order 15-4A. The Speaker of the House Raphael Trotman said he too was concerned with some of the wording, but pointed out that it is the duty of the Clerk of the National Assembly to veto a motion’s appropriate-

ness before it is presented to the House, and conceded that the Clerk in allowing the motion must have deemed the motion appropriate. Government’s Chief Whip Gail Teixeira, who also rose, noted that it was the Clerk’s role to determine whether motions can be allowed in the National Assembly. She pointed out that several other petitions had come before to the National Assembly with ‘loaded’ language, and were allowed to be read and carried. Teixeira, said she feared that the National Assembly was going down a road whereby only petitions that both sides read and deem as having appropriate language will be heard, which she pointed out would diminish the right of the people to come to the House with their concerns. She warned too that defeating the bill will be saying to people of Guyana, to ignore the Parliament as it does not want to hear you. In the end, the motion was read, and following dissention, it was put to the vote with 32 for and 32 against and was therefore not carried. This was the second time that the Opposition has stifled the voice of the stakeholders in the National Assembly.

Claims that protesters were paid are similar to ‘drowning cats clutching at straws’ - according to former NTC Chair Yvonne Pearson

By Vanessa Narine FORMER Chair of the National Toshaos Council (NTC), Ms Yvonne Pearson, has vehemently criticised claims that youths from the Youth Entrepreneurship and Apprentice Project (YEAP) who were involved in Thursday’s protest outside Public Buildings had been promised payment by the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs.

“The best way I can describe this is to say it is drowning cats clutching at straws,” she said. Involved in organising the protest action, Pearson told the Guyana Chronicle that the claims made by Lorraine Martin as reported by the Stabroek News are a complete fabrication. She said: “The claims are completely false.” The former NTC Chair added that the demonstration

of Amerindian youths seen on Thursday outside Public Buildings was the first of its kind, and is an action that seems to have

“shocked” many persons. Pearson said: “The claim is a blatant fabrication (that is) meant to discredit a genuine protest action by young Guyanese. (It is) a fabrication that did our young people a disservice. “These were young people who understood the issue at

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Parliament on Tuesday to cut $300M in supplementary funding earmarked for delivery of projects and programmes in Amerindian communities. Pearson has bemoaned using the funding of projects and programmes in Amerindian communities as a tool to score political points, when the needs of the people are clear. Members of the National Assembly voted in consideration of Ramjattan’s motion, and it was not carried in the Committee of Supply. The former NTC Chair expressed her satisfaction with the way MPs voted. “Anyone looking at the issue and understanding the circumstances of Amerindian

people in the hinterland would realise how much difference the funding would make,” she said. Minister of Amerindian Affairs, Ms Pauline Sukhai, told the House that the $500M supplementary funding comes on the heels of the just concluded National Toshaos Council meetings, which sought to provide a forum for Amerindian village leaders to plan developmental projects for their respective communities. The funding covers transportation costs for school children using both the roadways and waterways, and costs to develop roads and access paths to promote trade and agriculture, among other priority areas.

Local Gov’t Ministry initiates Christmas clean-up in City

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hand and the consequences it would have on development in their communities. They have a democratic right to protest, and that is what they did.” According to her, Members of Parliament need to “understand” the reality of the circumstances with which persons in hinterland villages are faced. Leader of the Alliance For Change (AFC), Khemraj Ramjattan, filed a motion with

A motion presented by Government MP Manzoor Nadir on behalf by the Private Sector Commission at the November 8, sitting of the National Assembly, was also denied. The motion which urged the members of the National Assembly, to pass the Anti-Money laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (Amendment) Bill  as a matter of national and economic priority was voted down on the grounds that it was full of inaccuracies, prejudicial in favour of the Government, malicious and vexatious. Meanwhile, a former Director of the West Indies Cricket Board has expressed disappointment over the shooting down by the Joint opposition of a petition seeking to expedite the passage of the Guyana Cricket Administration Bill. Mr Claude Raphael who was also a former Chairman of the Guyana Cricket Board Selection panel was one of several signatories of the petition to Parliament urging the expediting of the passage of the Bill in the interest of local cricket. In an invited comment about the rejection yesterday, Mr Raphael stated that the intention had merely been to get Parliament to speed up its work on the Guyana Cricket Administration Bill in the interest of local cricket. “The stakeholders who signed the Petition are very disappointed over its rejection. He added that the Petitioners will continue to struggle for what he described as the restoration of order and legality within the sport in Guyana.

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THE Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development has collaborated with the Ministry of Public Works, the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) and other community stakeholders to commence an intensive Christmas cleanup around the capital city, Georgetown. According to Municipal Services Officer at the Local Government Ministry, Fabion Jerrick, this campaign will be

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held over a 10- day period, which commenced on December 11, 2013 with mobilisation and sensitisation activities. He noted that the Local Government Ministry is tasked with administering the project, while the Public Works Ministry, with assistance from the City Hall, will be executing the bulk of the work. The Local Government ministry will be responsible for cleaning of the following areas:

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Kitty/Campbellville, Cummings Lodge/Liliendaal, AgricolaMeadow Bank, River View - Laing Avenue - inclusive of Alexander Village, Sideline Dam, La Penitence and Lodge - Meadow Brook. Jerrick also pointed out that the campaign will be tackling clogged internal drains, illegal dumping and slashing of over grown vegetation. Arrangements will be put in place for the disposal of waste collected. All wards within Georgetown will benefit from this campaign, but emphasis will be placed on the La Penitence market, which is considered a major eye-sore after market day on Sundays, hence a lot of extra attention will be given to it. There have also been numerous complaints from residents of Albouystown/East La Penitence area about the reckless disposal of waste by market vendors in that area.

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Cousins gunned down in Cocaine valuing J$30m seized at Maraval ..murder toll now 371 Kingston Container Terminal By GYASI GONZALES

(Trinidad Express) COUSINS David Phelps and Rawle Cassie were shot and killed at a bar at Boissiere Village, Maraval on Wednesday night. Phelps, 47, and Cassie,

42, were reportedly liming at the bar at around 8 p.m. when approached by two men who pulled guns and began shooting. Cassie was taken to the Port of Spain General Hospital but died before arrival. Phelps died

at the scene. The murder toll for the year now stands at 371. At a press conference held earlier this week, Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams projected thee would be 399 murders for 2013.

Murder alarm - Spike in killings could cripple investor confidence, businessmen warn

Livern Barrett, Gleaner Writer (The Gleaner) AS the bloodletting by criminals continues seemingly unabated, police statistics have revealed that all but five of the 19 police divisions across the island have reported an increase in murders this year. Further, according to statistics compiled by the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), eight of these divisions recorded double-digit increases. This adds up to 1,130 reported murders between January 1 and the first week of this month, a 10 per cent spike when compared with the corresponding period last year. “The trends are very alarming,” Christopher Zacca, president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, declared yesterday. “It hasn’t gotten there yet, but if it (current trend) continues, it will shake investor confidence,” he warned. Zacca said that the business community is very concerned about the latest developments because “we were making progress, but in recent months, those trends have been reversed”. TOUGH SELL With the continued attempts by the Portia Simpson Miller-led administration to woo overseas investors, the president of the Jamaica Manufacturers’ Association, Brian Pengelley, believes the country’s crime situation could make it a tough sell. “People looking to do business in Jamaica - or expand their businesses to Jamaica - will take these things into consideration,” he said. But the real impact, Pengelley warned, will be felt by the consumer, as more

Cocaine valuing J$30m seized at Kingston Container Terminal – CCN The police reported on (The Gleaner) COCAINE ed by lawmen attached to the Wednesday that 193.4 pounds of Transnational Crime and Narweighing 44.1 pounds with cocaine valued at US$1.2 million an estimated street value of cotics Division. The police say shortly after was seized in a container ship at J$30m was seized at the Kingston Container Terminalpn 1 p.m. yesterday, officers were the Kingston Container Terminal. On Monday, cocaine valconducting routine checks at the Wednesday . This is the third major sei- terminal when one rice bag with ued at approximately US$4 19 parcels containing cocaine million was discovered at the zure within the last five days. Kingston Container Terminal. The operation was conduct- was found in a container.

Christopher Zacca the country’s deadliest criminal businesses seek to pass on the gangs, including the Spanish additional security costs they Town-based Clansman Gang incur. and the Shower Posse, once led However, Deputy Comby Christopher Coke. missioner of Police Glenmore “We started the year monHinds yesterday refuted sugitoring 28 gang conflicts, and gestions that the country’s crime up to yesterday [Wednesday], situation was out of control. we were monitoring 62 gang “We have concerns about conflicts,” Hinds revealed. the crime situation, but we don’t Up to the end of Septembelieve it is out of control, and ber, 11 police divisions had rethe data will support this view,” corded increases in murders, he said, noting that, overall, six of which reported increasmajor crimes are down 16 per es of 25 per cent or more. At cent this year. that time, there were 856 reHinds, who is in charge of ported murders, five per cent the JCF’s operations portfolio, more than the corresponding blamed the increased murders period in 2012. on the splintering of some of

Pay increase for judges long overdue Former chief justice: By Denyse Renne (Trinidad Express) FORMER chief justice Michael de la Bastide says the recommendations made by the Salaries Review Commission (SRC) to increase the remuneration packages of judges are long overdue. De la Bastide, who spoke to the Express by telephone yesterday, said such a move is to be applauded.

“I am 100 per cent in support of this and it’s a fact, this is long overdue.” He said it is important that the lifestyles of judges are comfortable with their status. Adding that the quality on the bench “needs to be maintained”, de la Bastide said it is necessary to have pay increases as an incentive. The ex-chief justice explained that attractive wages can be used to lure attorneys to

the bench, especially since the attorneys, should they decide to apply to become a judge, will be leaving behind a lucrative practice. “It is necessary...the remuneration which would make it possible for private persons who have distinguished themselves in private practice and at the bar, to accept an appointment on the bench without having to make a huge sacrifice,” he said.


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There are misconceptions how PCA functions Editorial

Mining on a solid footing OUR mining industry, particularly gold mining, has been enjoying tremendous success in recent years with continuous growth and investments from both local and overseas sources. On this note, it has been another record-breaking year with gold declaration being in excess of 452,000 ounces versus the 451,000 ounces target and the 438,000 ounces declared in 2012. Consequently, the mining sector has been an increasing contributor to the national treasury and to economic growth. And there has been more good news for the sector as investments made by Aurora Gold Fields Mining Company, the second largest investment in the mining sector after that made by Omai Mining Company and looks forward for the pouring of the first gold bar in the first quarter of 2015, when the company begins large-scale production. However, mining investments do not only contribute to economic growth and expansion and create jobs; they also help to bring in new technologies, expertise and experience, which are crucial to efficiency in production and prevention of harm to the environment, which of course is an issue of grave concern. The environmental impact of mining includes erosion, formation of sinkholes, loss of biodiversity, and contamination of soil, groundwater and surface water by chemicals from mining processes. In some cases, additional forest logging is done in the vicinity of mines to increase the available room for storage of the created debris and soil. Besides creating environmental damage, the contamination resulting from leakage of chemicals also affect the health of the local population. Mining companies in some countries are required to follow environmental and rehabilitation codes, ensuring the area mined is returned to close to its original state. Some mining methods may have significant environmental and public health effects. Erosion of exposed hillsides, mine dumps, tailings dams and resultant siltation of drainage, creeks and rivers can significantly impact the surrounding areas, a prime example being the giant Ok Tedi Mine in Papua New Guinea. In areas of wilderness, mining may cause destruction and disturbance of ecosystems and habitats, and in areas of farming it may disturb or destroy productive grazing and croplands. In urbanised environments, mining may produce noise pollution, dust pollution and visual pollution. (Source:Wikipedia) It is therefore that the matter of environmental damage cannot be treated lightly because we cannot afford to have economic and financial gains at the expense of environmental damage. In this regard, ensuring that the environmental regulations that govern mining activities are rigidly enforced and the safest technologies are employed are of paramount importance. However, a most disturbing and disappointing development in our society is, it seems when every effort is made to attract some sort of investment to move development forward, there are elements who take it to mean there was a “sellout, buyout or give-out.” With respect to this issue, Minister of Natural Resources and

THERE seems to be some misconception as regards the way the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) functions. Accordingly, I would crave your indulgence in having this letter published for the benefit of members of the public. On receipt of a complaint by the Police Complaints Authority, that complaint is sent to the Commissioner of Police for an investigation to be carried out, after which a report with relevant statements are forwarded to the PCA to consider whether or not the rank

against whom the complaint was made should face a disciplinary charge. If it is so decided, then the matter is sent back to the Commissioner of Police for a disciplinary hearing. If the rank is found to have been at fault, the matter is referred back to the PCA for a recommendation as to the appropriate penalty to be imposed. The Police Complaints Authority does not have its own team of investigators. Therefore, each complaint has to be forwarded to the Commissioner of Police for an investigation

and report, which often takes some time. If there is a delay in determining a complaint, this would be because the relevant report has not been forwarded to the Police Complaints Authority. Where there has been a delay in forwarding the reports, reminders are usually sent to the Commissioner of Police. Where a complainant has not heard from the Police Complaints Authority after lodging a complaint, he/she should get in touch with the Police Complaints Authority. He/she would then be informed of the status of

the complaint. The telephone numbers are 226-1399 and 226-2095. The Police Complaints Authority cannot deal with a matter when a complaint has not been lodged with it. Finally, I wish to state that the Police Complaints Authority can only entertain complaints against members of the Guyana Police Force from the ranks of Assistant Commissioner of Police to a Constable. C.C. KENNARD Chairman

Route 32 minibus fares unilaterally hiked THE operators of route 32 minibuses have once again unilaterally hiked their fares by as much as $40 and if you refuse to pay, then you either use a taxi if you can afford or sleep on the road. This problem of unilateral hiking of fares has surfaced frequently and will only end when the authorities institute

definitive and legal measures to bring an end to this brazen exploitation of commuters who are mostly from the working class and the poorer sections of society. The minibus operators are aware that the hapless commuters do not have an alternative means of transportation and therefore are taking ruthless

advantage. At the same time, the consumers do not have anyone to protect or represent them, so they are left at the mercy of these “birds of prey.” Sometime ago the idea of bringing the operations of mini-buses under the auspices of the PUC was touted but nothing further has happened. That is the route to go, but what

is preventing its implementation is anybody’s guess. The reintroduction of big buses, even on a limited scale, will help to break the monopoly on transportation which the mini-bus operators currently enjoy. HEMNARINE BABOOLALL

School vendor granted $30,000 bail for assaulting paramour with piece of wood By Jenel Rockcliffe TWENTY-FIVE-year-old Marissa Rodney of Lot 80 Vreed-en-Hoop Squatting Area, West Coast Demerara, a vendor at the Georgetown Technical Institute (GTI), was yesterday placed on $30,000 bail after she admitted fracturing the elbow of Isaac Subryan on October 18 at Woolford Avenue, Georgetown, with a block of wood.

When the charge was read to her by Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine- Beharry, the young woman pleaded guilty, and Corporal Bharat Mangru, prosecuting, said Rodney was at the school’s compound when she hit the man with a two-by-four piece of wood. He said that Rodney and Subryan are known to each other, and that at 10:00 hrs on the day in question, they had a verbal disagreement. “As a result, the virtual com-

the Environment, Robert Persaud,correctly pointed out: “Sometimes due to lack of information, and sometimes just out of political mischief, there are attempts to misrepresent the facts. Our government has made it absolutely clear that we are open for investment, local and foreign. We are not going to discriminate, but create the necessary arrangements and facilitation so that our resources can be developed in a sustainable way that brings tremendous benefits to our people.” From all appearances, it seems that in most cases political mischief is the motive rather than a lack of information. Nevertheless, the mining sector is on a solid footing and the government must ensure that we continue to build on it, as we strive towards building a more prosperous society and improving the living standards of our people.

plainant gave[Rodney] a slap to her face, and she picked up a two-by-four wood and lashed his hand,” Corporal Mangru said. He told the court that the victim subsequently reported the incident to the police, and Rodney was arrested and charged with the offence. Subryan was not present for the trial, but Rodney contended that he had been instigator of the entire incident. “He is always drunk when he comes around, always drunk-drunk,” Rodney said as she looked at the magistrate. Her version of events was that, on the day of the incident, Subryan was intoxicated and she decided to give him something to drink. “And he start to cuss me out and point in me face,” she said offensively. Thereafter, she said, they engaged in an argument until he chucked her, upon which she returned the same blow, and he slapped her. Rodney said she then picked

up a piece of wood and lashed Subryan with it. However, she said, it was not a two-by-four wood. She complained that the man was a constant irritation to her while she is working. She said she constantly needs to remind him that he should not be selling customers and holding his private parts. The magistrate then asked if Rodney was certain that Subryan had initiated the fight, and when Rodney answered in the affirmative, the magistrate entered a not-guilty plea on Rodney’s behalf. The magistrate was then given a copy of the medical report, which revealed that Subryan had suffered a fractured elbow as a result of the blow he had sustained. The prosecutor did not object to Rodney being granted bail, so the magistrate put her on $30,000 bail and ordered that Subryan be summoned for the next court date, January 31.


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Mini-bus driver and his conductor allegedly abuse and assault each other By Jenel Rockcliffe

MINIBUS driver Jairam Balkissoon of Lot 10 Enmore, East Coast Demerara, and his conductor, Rohan Persaud (no address given), were yesterday bonded to keep the peace after they appeared before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry on charges of verbally abusing and assaulting each other at Thomas Street, Georgetown on December 11. Persaud faces an additional charge for making use of abusive language to Balkissoon, while Balkissoon faces an additional charge for making use of threatening language to Persaud. Neither man pleaded guilty to any of the charges. The duo could not decide whether they were offering evidence against each other. “Are you offering evidence against each other?� the magistrate asked, and got no response from either of the men after a long pause. The magistrate then bonded them to keep the peace. The prosecutor did not object to bail being granted the men; the facts are as stated above.

Gouveia hosts ex-soldiers at Duke Lodge lunch By Michel Outridge Gerry Gouveia, on behalf of Roraima Airways, hosted a Christmas lunch for ex-army members at Duke Lodge, in Duke Street, Kingston, Georgetown, yesterday. He said it was a token of his appreciation for their service to Guyana and several men and women were entertained to a sumptuous meal and drinks. Among the guests were Chief of Staff of the Guyana

Defence Force (GDF), Brigadier Mark Phillips, who conveyed his heartfelt appreciation for the gesture by Gouveia. The host, in his remarks, said he was happy to have the veterans and it was his way of saying thank you to them for their dedication and contribution to Guyana during their Army days. He added that he was moved by their selflessness in which, during the holidays when most people were with

The veterans, who were honoured at the luncheon flanked by Chief of Staff, Mark Phillips and Gerry Gouveia, yesterday, at Duke Lodge.

Captain Gerry Gouveia and Chief of Staff Brigadier Mark Phillips as they listened to a veteran yesterday recalling his days in the army at the luncheon.

their families, those men and women were posted in interior locations. Gouveia explained that some of them he flew to those destinations and told himself that, when he could afford it, he would do something for them. Before they lunched, the veterans recalled their time in the military and the roles they played back then, detailing their various experiences and tendered their gratitude to Gouveia.

VERY PLEASED President of the Ex-GDF Association, retired Colonel George Gomes said he was very pleased with the support to his organisation by Gouveia, stating that, every month, for the past four years they have been receiving a cheque. He challenged others to do similarly and make a tangible contribution to the association because the veterans, most of whom are impaired, need their assistance.

Meanwhile, Chief of Staff Phillips said he was happy to meet and interact with the veterans, some of whom served alongside him and he acknowledged their valued service to Guyana. Gouveia presented a sample collection of stamps to him as a token of appreciation noting that his wife, Debra Gouveia, was one of the first women in Guyana aviation and the stamp was conceptualised in her honour.


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BK gets costs as…

Nisi order, over Aremu Road bidding Contract, absolute By George Barclay ACTING Chief Justice Ian Chang has made absolute a BK International nisi order surrounding the bidding for a contract to rehabilitate Phase One of the Aremu Road in Region 7 (Cuyuni/Mazarui). Relative to the bid opening process in the Procurement Act 2003, only three bidders, C B and R Mining Enterprise, M.M.C. Inc. and BK responded to the advertisement by Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC). Consequently, BK International had moved to the Court for the following reliefs, as recorded in the decision of the Chief Justice, last December 5. (a) an order or rule nisi of

certiorari, directed to the respondent GGMC, to show cause why a writ of certiorari should not issue for the purpose of bringing up to the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature to quash the decision to award the contract for which the sealed bids were invited for rehabilitation of the Aremu Road, Phase One, in Region 7, to CB and R Mining, on the ground that the said award, made in violation of the provisions of the Procurement Act 2003, was unlawful, unreasonable, arbitrary, capricious, irrational, procedurally improper, ultra vires, null and void and of no legal effect and (b) an order or rule of mandamus, directed to the respondent GGMC to show cause why a writ of mandamus should not

issue for the purpose of commanding the GGMC to award to the applicant, the contract for which sealed bids were invited for the rehabilitation of the Aremu Road, Phase One, Region 7, on the ground that the said award to CB and R Mining Enterprise was made in violation of the provisions of the Procurement Act 2003, was unlawful, unreasonable, arbitrary, capricious, irrational, procedurally improper, ultra vires, null and void and of no legal effect. The Chief Justice, in his decision, noted that, in the affidavit supporting the motion, Brian Tiwarie, the Managing Director of BK International, on behalf of his company, deposed that it was registered

in Guyana, with its registered office at 4055 Mandela Avenue, Industrial site. CONSTRAINED The judge said the Court is constrained to conclude that either no prequalification proceedings were conducted or if such were done, the process was ultra vires the provisions of the Procurement Act 2003 which applied to GGMC as a procuring entity under and for the purposes of that Act. He said it follows that it is open to the Court to order that the order or rule nisi of certiorari made on the September 12, 2013 be made absolute in the exercise of its discretion. But, in a supplementary affidavit in answer, dated October 30, before the reply was

filed, Newell Dennison, Deputy Commissioner of GGMC informed the Court that CB and R has part performed the contract for the rehabilitation of the Aremu Road to the value of $37,560,000 and that was not denied. In light of this fact, the Court has given consideration to the question whether it should refrain from ordering that a writ of certiorari be issued despite its finding that GGMC acted ultra vires the provisions of the Procurement Act 2003. While the Court is of the view that CB and R Mining should be paid for the rehabilitative work done, on a quantum merit basis, it is of the view that it should, nevertheless, annul GGMC’s decision to award the

contract to CB and R Mining. It would still be open to GGMC to award a contract for the balance of the rehabilitation to a responsive bidder on the basis of a revised estimate which takes into consideration the amount of work already done by C B and R Mining, applying, of course, the provisions of the Procurement Act in the procurement process. The judge held that, after all, the sum of $37,570,000 is less than one-tenth of the estimated costs of rehabilitating the entire road. The Court, therefore, ordered that the order or rule nisi of certiorari granted on September 12 be made absolute, BK also secured $100,000 costs.

Lottery Company announces new games, promotions GUYANA Lottery Company General Manager, Ms. Tracy Lewis yesterday announced a number of new introductions. At a press conference, held at the Robb Street, Georgetown Office, she said the innovations include instant ticket price points, as well as promotions in a varied product mix of daily lotto games which have resulted in many happy winners. Lewis said the company launched its first $500 instant ticket game, 10 times the money with a top prize of $1M, which took the market by storm and sold out within six weeks. According to the General Manager, 2014 will see the company conducting intensive market research throughout the country to identify and implement games of chance that are unique to Guyana. The new year will also see a new terminal game as well as another instant ticket game, which offers cars as prizes. The terminal roll-out plan, which will ensure that the company’s products are available through Guyana, remains high on their list of priorities. She further noted that there is a need for the company to educate players to take care of their tickets after purchase, as the new ‘Abrazo’ machines print tickets on ‘thermal paper,’ which she explained is a special fine type that is coated with a chemical that changes colour when exposed to heat. It is the most common printing technology for retail cash receipts, POS terminal and ATM receipts

and is used worldwide for these purposes. SPECIAL CARE This requires that players take special care of their tickets, which should not be carried in pockets, wallets or be exposed to water or heat. Players also need to ensure they write their names and addresses on the back of the ticket, as it is a bearer instrument, meaning that the person whose name is on it will be

considered the winner and will, subsequently, be awarded the prize and, not necessarily, the person who bought the ticket. Results for all games can be accessed on the Lottery Company’s website, Facebook page, daily newspapers as well as by listening to the radio. Lewis reminded players that they have 90 days to redeem their prizes and she took the opportunity to present a winner ’s cheque of $22M to Ms. Sheron

Stephens, a housewife from West Coast Demerara, who was blissfully unaware that she was a multimillionaire, until her sister informed her about an unclaimed ticket, for which the validity period was about to expire. It was while checking the date as well as the ticket vendor information, Stephens realised that she had bought one that day from that seller and the numbers on it matched the winning ones. (Jimmy Roos)

At end-of-year RDC meeting…

APNU Councillor Jevaughn Stephen praises Region 6 Administration for work done for 2013

Guyana Lottery Company General Manager Ms. Tracy Lewis (right) yesterday presented a winner’s cheque of $22M to Ms. Sheron Stephens, a housewife from West Coast Demerara, who was blissfully unaware that she was a multimillionaire, until her sister informed her about an unclaimed ticket, for which the 90 days validity period was about to expire.

AT the last meeting of the Region 6 Regional Democratic Council for 2013, APNU Councillor ,Jevaughn Stephen was high in praise for the work done by the Region 6 Administration for the year 2013. He identified the many completed projects that were beneficial to the region’s residents, and commended the stewardship of the Chairman, the Regional Executive Officer and other principal officers of the region. He posited that the same progress experienced in 2013 would roll over to the Work Programme of 2014.

He commended the Regional Administration for quick response to issues raised by the opposition at the Regional Democratic Council meetings. These sentiments were also expressed by other councillors from the opposition benches. The Regional Chairman also expressed satisfaction with the way the business of the Regional Democratic Council was conducted this year. He commended councillors for exemplary behaviour, and said that even though there were differences of opinion, those were conveyed in a civil and cordial manner.

COUNCILLOR JEVAUGHN STEPHEN The Regional Chairman thanked all the councillors for working in the best interest of the region’s people in 2013, and expressed hope that 2014 would see more benefits being accrued to the people of Region 6.


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Old Kai: Chronicles of Guyana

Ramjattan and Moses: See no Evil, Hear no Evil! THEY are sick! Yes seriously, they are sick! They are suffering from Convenient Amnesia Syndrome (CAS) and it looks as though their condition is hopeless. I’m speaking about the “suru and duru” duo of Moses and Ramjattan. These boys seem to know everything regarding corruption far and wide across the country, and even overseas. But they conveniently do not “see no evil nor hear no evil” when it is occurring right under their noses. One man within the AFC, spent some 5 million of donation money on “bora and bhaaji” during the election time, plenty people within the party jump up and holler “corruption” after the man buy a big fancy vehicle a few weeks after. Moses and Ramjattan however did not “see no evil or hear no evil.” Another man whose name is similar to that fancy hospital on East Street accuse he colleague who like do gardening and plant flowers in the party of squandering $20 million of donation money. The man holler “corruption”, Moses and Ramjattan stay silent and did not “hear no evil or see no evil.” The man get vex and pick up his bundle and left the party. A next one who big in size and mouth and has a misplaced feeling that he could walk in Walter Rodney shoes, quietly took a job with the Hydro people and he “cuss them publicly” but ‘collecting they money quietly.’ When the story do buss out, the man feeling shame talk out everything and said how Ramjattan did know about his “double dealing” all along. But of course when the media talk to “suru and duru”, they claim they didn’t “see no evil or hear no evil.” Ramjattan join in the act too and quietly work for a company which bid on the specialty hospital. The company lost out on the bid and next thing you know Ramjattan jump up and said his party will not be supporting the project. Ramjattan and Moses vote in Parliament to cut funding for the Specialty Hospital. Then word leak out that Ramjattan working for the company which did not get the work. Plenty people, both inside and outside the

party holler “corruption and double dealing.” But of course the two of them claim how they did not “see no evil and hear no evil” in such an incestuous relationship. Same thing happen with Moses and the Chinese people who wanted to build the airport project. Big front page picture with

Moses Nagamootoo

Khemraj Ramjattan

he and them in the newspapers, next thing you know some deal gone sour and he claim how he not supporting the project. And as usual, they did not “see no evil or hear no evil.” You remember the handicapped man and his wife who accused one of them of cheating the couple out of their property and the Prakash man who accuse the Trotting man of the same thing? None of them did not “see no evil or hear no evil.” The latest episode involves three men, but they not the “wise men”, because these chaps came from the “West”. They

Man gets awful scare at finding car parked in G/town missing - tremendously relieved to retrieve vehicle intact

Ronaldo Williams with the car yesterday

Police find unlicensed .25 pistol with matching rounds at EBE ACTING on information received, police ranks searched a man at Vergenoegen, East Bank Essequibo at about 17:30 hrs on Thursday, December 12, and found in his possession a .25 Beretta semi-automatic pistol and six matching rounds. The man is in police custody assisting with investigations. ***********************************************

By Michel Outridge RONALDO Williams was devastated shortly before midnight on Thursday when he returned to the Camp Street, Georgetown spot where he had parked a silver/gold Honda Aria, PNN 8415, and found it gone. He had parked the vehicle in front of Exclusive Styles store at approximately 20:30 hrs, after having secured it and activated the alarm, and had gone to a party at Gravity Lounge, a short distance away. Williams told the Guyana Chronicle he was in shock for several minutes before it dawned on him that the vehicle had been removed. Holding the keys in his hands, he walked around the entire block just to ensure he had not parked the vehicle anywhere else. Williams breathed a sigh of relief when, roaming in the city in search of the car, he spotted it parked on North Road in the vicinity of Game Express, another city ward, with everything intact. Following the disappearance of the car, a report was filed with the police at Brickdam, and it was there that he learnt that several other persons had suffered a similar fate. Some were not as fortu-

holler how there is no “transparency” in the operations of the AFC and that it’s being run by an untouchable clique’, that they were not being listened to and that they did not come bearing gifts but were rather running away from the party. But there is an old saying that you “run from the pot into the fire” where Uncle Granger wait for them but that story is for another time. When the media question Ramjattan and Moses, not surprising they said they did not “see no evil or hear no evil.” Ramjattan as the leader of his party is actually quoted as saying that he was “unaware of discontent in his party’s New York Chapter.” Now what kind of leader is that? If you don’t know what’s going on in your own house, then how can we believe a word you say when you raise a finger to accuse others, remember when you point is all them other fingers pointing back at you. This brings us to the latest issue involving these two AFC oracles, these man are trained lawyers but suddenly turn experts in Economics. They want to go up against Ashni who has a Doctorate in this thing, accusing the man of lying about how much money was actually placed in the budget to cater for public servants wage increases. They pull all sorts of numbers from the budget document and trying to fool the average man, giving the impression that they know what they talking about. Next thing you know, Ashni reveal the transcript of his presentation to the National Assembly during the budget debates where he was asked about the very issue and he went into detail to explain who will get what from the money. Ramjattan and Moses were sitting in Parliament and did not voice not “one objection or query” when Ashni spoke on the issue. But these two suddenly suffering from Convenient Amnesia Syndrome and can’t remember what was said as they try to misinform public servants and encourage them to protest. Is same thing they did in Linden and then took themselves clean out and left the people on their own.

Man fatally stabs brother

Ronaldo Williams as he displayed the car after its recovery yesterday. nate as he had been to recover their vehicle. The police say alert ranks manning patrols are always on the roads looking out for missing vehicles. Smiling joyfully yesterday after the two-year-old car had been found, Williams said that in future he would find a secure place to park, then take a taxi to any event or function, because he does not wish to have a repeat of the experience. He admitted that the incident has left him somewhat traumatized, but said he is seeking assistance of nearby business places which are outfitted with surveillance cameras and might have captured the incident. Once that is done, he would expose the perpetrators so that the same misfortune would not befall other vehicle owners. The car, valued almost $3M, belongs to a relative. He had borrowed the car, and was tremendously relieved to have retrieved the vehicle. Apparently the car had been towed away, since the locks were not breached in any way and everything was intact.

- during argument at Falls Top, NWD

POLICE are investigating the murder of Richard France, 20, of Falls Top, Port Kaituma, North West District (NWD) which occurred in his community at about 13:00 hrs on December 12. Investigations revealed that France was involved in an argument with his brother when he was fatally stabbed. The suspect has been arrested and is in police custody assisting with the investigations. ***********************************************

Man dies in Essequibo accident FIFTY-FOUR-year-old Narine of Airy Hall, Essequibo Coast was walking along the village public road on December 12 when he was struck down by a motor lorry that was in process of overtaking another vehicle. Rushed to the Suddie Public Hospital, he was admitted, but succumbed at about 04:30 hrs on December, 13. (Michel Outridge)


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Ranks who responded to Kanhai shooting followed SOP – GPF statement THE Guyana Police Force (GPF), in a statement, said the ranks who responded to the scene of the recent fatal shooting, at the home of Deryck Kanhai in Middle Street, Georgetown, followed the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). As such, their actions were in line as it relates to their protective gear in that incident. “There was no sharing of body armour as alleged since additional body armour was acquired and distributed to ranks on the ground. Also, there was no sharing or exchange of arms and ammunition at the scene as such action is in breach of the Standard Operating Procedures as it relates to the uplifting of arms and ammunition by ranks,” the GPF said on Thursday. The statement said the GPF wishes to clarify that all ranks deployed in the immediate area of operation were fitted with body protective gear. “Some ranks, who were more involved in the outer cordon were not so fitted and were, however, relatively safe in view of distance and having more physical protection available,” the statement insisted. It continued:”Last November 12, at Middle Street, Georgetown, the initial report received by the police was that there was a robbery at the Balwant Singh Hospital and someone had been shot. ANOTHER REPORT “Subsequently, another report was received that a man was walking down Middle Street and shooting at members of the public with a shotgun,” the Police said. The GPF statement noted that, having heard the report through the radio network, Constable 18053 Sherwayne Pantlitz, along with two other ranks, who were on anti-crime patrol on motorcycles and all fitted with body protective gear, responded. However, by that time Kanhai had retreated into a building where he resided and police reinforcements, which included the

Divisional Commander, Assistant Commissioner George Vyphuis and a number of other officers, arrived on the scene. The narrative continued:”A command centre was set up and cordons were established with clear consideration for public safety.     “It was a major task to divert traffic and control the large number of members of the public who had converged on the scene, instead of moving to areas of safety, while simultaneously concentrating on neutralising the threat posed by Kanhai. HUMAN BARRIER “Senior officers continually engaged persons in the crowd urging them to remove to more safe distances, but they were, generally, non-cooperative and defiantly refused to move. Before metal barriers were sent for and placed at strategic points, police ranks were forced to hold hands DERYCK KANHAI and form a human barrier.” The GPF stated that “our history is replete with incidents of crowds converging at various scenes and, despite efforts by law enforcement officials to have them remove, they do not.” “When persons do so, they remain there at their own risk.” During efforts to make contact with Kanhai, Constable Pantlitz was shot and killed, police said, referring to the Middle Street occurrence.

The police said that two more ranks on motorcycles joined the others and they made valiant efforts to control the converging crowd of persons and to divert traffic. Police Commissioner Leroy Brumell told reporters, last week, that policemen, who were part of the combat on Middle Street last month with berserk businessman Deryck Kanhai were not all dispatched from the GPF Headquarters. He pointed out that many of the ranks were on the road performing other duties and had been on their own business when they turned up at the Middle Street battlefield to support the work of other ranks who had responded to the situation. PROPERLY FITTED Brumell said all ranks sent to the scene from Force Headquarters were properly fitted with their safety gear and ready for combat. He said there were ranks who had been on their way home and showed up while others, in their haste to get to the scene and help bring things under control, were the ones without the protective gear. Asked if the situation would be different should there be a similar encounter in the city or elsewhere, the Commissioner replied that the matter is being addressed. But once ranks are on the ground, the necessary resources and equipment will be provided them to aid in their work. He said the issue of persons just rushing to the scene undocumented and having resources and materials issued to them on the ground, without any proper form of accountability process, is not necessarily going to be a priority for the Force but the options are open and judgment will be exercised in cases like that. On that dreadful day on Middle Street, two policemen lost their lives while combating a berserk businessman who opened fire indiscriminately killing two civilians in the process before he was shot. A total of five persons were killed that day.

Minister Ramsammy receives Guyana FAO Water Country Brief By Michel Outridge FOOD and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Representative in Guyana, Dr. Lystra Fletcher-Paul, on Wednesday, launched the United Nations (UN) Water Country Brief for Guyana. The diplomat did the formal handing over to Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, who told those gathered that this country

“So that the investors going into the Canje Basin, into the intermediate savannah can know what kinds of water needs they will have,” he said. Ramsammy pointed out that Guyana has available, for agricultural purposes, almost four million hectares of land but is, at present, only utilising 500,000 hectares, of which, fewer than 200,000 benefit from drainage and irrigation. CHALLENGE Noting the importance of having water security, he said the truth is, that whilst the world faces this challenge, Guyana remains in a better position than the vast majority of countries, because of its abundance of water. To make optimal use of agriculture land resources that the country is endowed with, outside of the enormous investment that is being made by Government as a public good, the minister said, there must be investment from other investors more so those in the private sector .

ant to understand the amount of water available, the demand for it by the various sectors and the investment involved so it can be managed. ABUNDANCE She added that Guyana is known as the land of many waters and is fortunate to have an abundance of it year round but there are times and regions within where water resources are insufficient. Fletcher-Paul said many countries are pumping more and national decision-makers and policy-making bodies need to have access to reliable information upon which to formulate strategies, policies and monitor information. Outside of Guyana, WCBs have been produced for Bangladesh, Chile, Gambia, Ghana, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico, Mongolia, Oman, Philippines, United Republic of Tanzania, Vietnam and Zambia. Guyana is one of an initial 13 countries that have benefitted from a profile study series the UN WCBs. Implemented by the FAO-AQUASTAT programme, under the

Dr. Fletcher-Paul as she handed over the Guyana UN-Water Country Brief to Minister Ramsammy on Wednesday. is among the top three in the world when it comes to water resources. “We have access (if we can harness it) to water that is over 300,000 millimetres per capita, whilst most countries are dealing with per capita access of less than 10,000. “For the rest of this month and next month, we would be busy pumping water and opening up the sluices to release a lot of good water into the sea and, few weeks after the rainy season is over, we would want the water back, But we cannot take it back, because now it would be filled with salt and other things,” Ramsammy pointed out. He said the irony is that Guyana can go, instantly, from having too much water to not having enough and have both happening at the same time. However, the minister urged the ministry’s staff to use the baseline document that will be regularly updated as part of having a strong data system to guide agriculture and water use in the country.

Members of the head table Meanwhile, Fletcher-Paul, in her remarks on the same occasion, said, up until now, there was no national level knowledge product that captures all water related sectors within one-brief. She related that, moreover, the data is typically distributed among many sectors through the various UN and national agencies, hence there was no national overview of the water system in the country readily available, hence, the birth of the Water Country Briefs (WCBs) to fill the gap in the water knowledge pool. She said that water is essential for life and used in all sectors of the economy, agriculture, health, energy, industry, manufacturing and environment. As such Fletcher-Paul stated that because of this it is import-

auspices of UN-Water and with financial support from the United States Department of State, the WCBs, in addition to providing an overview of the countries’ water system, is also designed to demonstrate the value of investments in water resources to policy makers. Guyana is the only Caribbean beneficiary from the study in this original stage and the six-page brief presents the country’s water profile, water-related investment flows and evidence and analysis on the state of irrigated agriculture, drinking water and sanitation, environment and health energy, industry and water governance. Also making remarks at the forum was National Consultant Zainool Rahaman and Permanent Secretary George Jervis of the Agriculture Ministry.


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Bill tabled to postpone elections of local councillors By Vanessa Narine

Finance Minister Dr Ashni Singh and Deputy Governor of Bank of Guyana Dr Gobin Ganga during the recent unveiling of the new $5000 currency note.

Finance Minister gives assurance over $5,000 note By Vanessa Narine FINANCE Minister Dr. Ashni Singh has maintained that the new $5,000 currency note is legal tender. He was reacting to the joint private sector call, earlier this week, for an advisory to guide the use of the bill which went into circulation on Monday. The Minister said: “All currency is legal tender and vendors and purchasers are free to use any denomination to transact their business.” Chairman of the Private Sector Commission (PSC), Mr. Ronald Webster, contended that while legal “enforcement” of regulation for the note may not be possible, an advisory can assist in preventing challenges for the small entrepreneur. The position of the President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry

(GCCI), Mr. Clinton Urling is that there should be a minimum limit for which the new bill could be used, in light of the fact that requests for change may feed inflation. “As it stands, business people are at the mercy of consumers who present the $5,000 note for small transactions. What we will end up with will be a change demand and we may end up printing more $1,000 bills,” he posited. The heads of both private sector bodies said they support the note’s introduction but acknowledged their concerns over the demand for change, as it relates to its use. According to the Finance Minister, the private sector can advise its members if this is the case. Alluding to Minister Singh’s views about the issuance of advice, Webster con-

ceded that this option was not legally enforceable. EXHIBIT UNDERSTANDING The latter called for consumers to exhibit understanding in the use and avoid undue challenges for themselves and producers when using the new note. Urling told the Guyana Chronicle that the situation is now a “wait and see” one. “At the end of the day, we are concerned that there is a risk with the change demand but, if the minister feels that an advisory is not necessary, we will wait and see what happens within six months,” he stated. The Finance Minister, at the introduction of the new money, addressed concerns about inflation and made it clear that the value of the Guyana dollar remains the same, unaffected by the new note.

MINISTER of Local Government and Regional Development Mr. Ganga Peraud, on Thursday, tabled in the National Assembly, the Local Authorities (Elections) (Amendment) Bill 2013, to amend the Local Authorities (Election) Act and allow for the postponement of elections of councillors of local democratic organs. At the same sitting of the House, Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr. Raphael Trotman informed the House that he has been advised by Head of the Presidential Secretariat (HPS) Dr. Roger Luncheon, that the Local Government (Amendment) Bill will not be returned for consideration. The Bill was one of four local government related bills, passed in the Assembly on August 7, three of which, the Fiscal Transfers Bill 2012, Municipal and District Councils (Amendment) Bill and the Local Government Commission Bill received Presidential Assent on November 6. President Donald Ramotar had deemed the Local Government (Amendment) Bill unconstitutional, as it sought to vest control of local authorities in the Local Government Commission and remove ministerial authority over them. According the Attorney General (AG) and Minister of Legal Affairs, Mr. Anil Nandlall, in an earlier comment, the Constitution of Guyana establishes a Local Government Commission and stipulates its functions, responsibilities and powers and the amendments of the Bill went far beyond constitutional provisions. FAR BEYOND “The Bill was amended to increase the powers of the ComMinister Speaker Raphael Trotman mission far beyond the powers Ganga Persaud granted by the Constitution, rendering the Bill ultra vires the Constitution. Also, various provisions of the Bill were amended by deletion, without the insertion of any mechanism to fill the void created by the deletion,” he said. The AG maintained that the Local Government (Amendment) Bill was not essential to have Local Government Elections held. Local government elections have not been held in Guyana since 1994 and prior to then, in 1970. Subsequent to 1994, the elections could not be conducted because of the coincidence with the general and regional elections of 1997.

Essequibo Coast gets $8.4M health centre, doctors quarters - Residents thank Gov’t By Rajendra Prabhulall RESIDENTS of Good Hope, Supenaam and other surrounding communities on the Essequibo Coast are very thankful to the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Government for constructing a modern $8.4M health centre and living quarters for doctors. Minister of Regional Development and Local Government, Mr. Ganga Persaud, who commissioned the new building on Thursday, said the project had started from the community level. According to him, one of the hallmarks of the PPP/C Government developmental programme has always been to respond to a need coming from the community. He said, when the Government does that, then it can ensure whatever is constructed with taxpayers’ money is never

left to be categorised as a white elephant, a concept not pleasing to the ears nor the memory as a people, nation or country. Persaud said the request for the erection of the health facility and living quarters was one that came from the community. He announced that residents of Good Hope and other surrounding communities will have the services of a residential doctor at the health centre. Meanwhile, he commended the Government and people of Cuba for the constant support they have given to Guyana in helping to boost the human resources in the medical field. The Minister said now Region 2 has 20 doctors and one is a resident doctor at the Good Hope Health Centre. LIFE EXPECTANCY Persaud said the PPP/C Government’s massive investment in health, over the past

20 years, has resulted in life expectancy increasing from 47 years to 69 years today and that is a remarkable achievement. Region 2 Chairman, Mr. Parmanand Persaud said the new health centre with living quarters for resident doctors is testimony of the PPP/C Government’s intention to provide efficient and quality health care for citizens. Regional Health Officer, Dr. Allison Brown said the Region 2 Health Department is happy to have community involvement in the project. She disclosed that the signboard at the health centre was donated by a resident, Mr. Alli. Present at the commissioning ceremony, too, were Regional Executive Officer, Mr. Sunil Singh; Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Regional Development and Local Government, Mr. Collin Croal and several residents of Good Hope.   

The new $8.4M health centre and living quarters for doctors at Good Hope on the Essequibo Coast


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Demerara Rotary Club celebrates 20 years of sterling service to the community By Savitri Laikram

THE Demerara Rotary Club celebrated its 20th anniversary in grand style at the Pegasus Hotel on December 10. District Governor Herve Honore noted in his address that the Demerara Rotary tries daily to increase its services in all areas. He added that its core values include leadership, integrity, diversity, service and camaraderie. Honore noted that the club provides good service projects and is committed to helping youths in the communities. He

noted that the club is looking to increase its membership, and he described the club as one which involves its membership in activities beyond club attendance. He said there are 68 Rotary clubs in the district, and these exist to support Rotary foundations. Club President Osbert James, congratulated the “visionary and dynamic” club on achievement of its 20th anniversary. The club, he said, was chartered in December 1993, and has distinguished itself by being the first Rotary club in Guyana to break the “men only” mould by admitting women into Senior Rotary members at the head table at the 20th Anniversary celebration of the Demerara Rotary Club. its membership. James encouraged club members to pledge themselves to continue working -- and that even harder -- so that in 20 years time they would be celebrating bigger achievements. He also expressed heartfelt gratitude to sponsors who have given their unfaltering support to the organisation over the years. Various members were awarded for their dedication and

contributions to the club over the years, making it presently an accomplishment. The president also reported that the club has projected itself as a leader in reaching out and improving the lives of others in communities outside of its immediate environs. The Demerara Rotary Club falls under the purview of the Georgetown Rotary Club. Other items on the eve-

ning’s agenda included the Rotary Prayer, a brief history of the club, and tribute and toasts to the long life of the Rotary Club, besides presentation of awards to outstanding members. A Rotary club is a local club of business and professional people belonging to a worldwide organisation of similar clubs, devoted to serving the community and promoting world peace.

Rotarians and guests at the 20th Anniversary celebration of the Demerara Rotary Club, which was held at the Pegasus Hotel.

Dog causes motorcyclist to be hospitalised NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD motorcyclist Vijay Lall, of Middlesex Village was admitted to Suddie Hospital, last Monday, after colliding with a dog along Onderneeming Public Road, also on the Essequibo Coast. The badly injured man, who suffered bruises to his face, arms and legs, was riding his motorbike when the animal suddenly ran onto the road. Lall, speaking from his hospital bed, said the sudden impact caused him to lose control of his machine which was moving at a fast rate. After he fell on the roadway, he lost consciousness and only awoke some hours later in the hospital with intense pain about his body. Police are investigating the accident.              


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Coastal Battalion given coffee, rum and gunshot salute - after a year of hard work By Leroy Smith

ALTHOUGH away from the hub of activities at this time of year, and in most cases miles away from their homes, ranks of the Coastal Battalion of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) based at Anna Regina on the Essequibo Coast in Region 2, awoke to hot coffee and rum served by their senior officers, Major Colin Henry and his deputy, as part of the annual luncheon for GDF ranks at various divisions and postings on Soldiers’ Day, on Thursday. Following the serving of coffee and rum, shots were fired into the air as the day of appreciation for the ranks got off to a robust start. The official ceremony comprised skits, dances, jokes and speeches, which were witnessed by divisional heads of the various government organisations based along the Essequibo Coast. Major Henry’s address to the soldiers acknowledged that the men had worked hard throughout the year, and he said the GDF wanted to show its appreciation for their efforts and their commitment to the job. He said that since establishment of the division in 2009, many successes have been recorded in operations, sports, and other engagements of the more than 100 ranks of the Coastal Battalion. He said the Coastal Battalion is growing, and currently sports several bases across the country; but he reminded the ranks that new and more treats continue to emerge with respect to security, and all soldiers, especially those tasked with ensuring the sovereignty of the waterways, need to be involved in continuous training to combat those challenges effectively. Major Henry noted that the men who serve in the Coastal Battalion are also responsible for internal stabilization operations from Charity to Springlands; and he acknowledged that the area is indeed a large one to supervise, deter illegal activities, conduct operations, gather information, and engage in internal and civil defence operations and other tasks. He said it is because of the size of the area that collaboration and joint operations with other agencies are very important. The Coastal Battalion is also engaged in youth development and empowerment, he noted. Major Colin Henry has been the second commanding officer of this unit since its establishment. He assumed command thereof following

retirement and handing over of the command, conducted recently at that base in Essequibo. Major Henry said 2013 was a good and productive year for the unit. He pleaded with ranks to ensure that they keep it that way for the remainder of this year, and to ensure that 2014 sees the ranks employing much more energy and scoring more successes. He charged the ranks to uphold the good image of the unit, and to keep the flag of the unit flying as loftily and proudly as it has been flying since the unit’s formation. He also urged that cooperation and good relations which ranks of the unit enjoy with the residents, regional authorities and all other persons along the Essequibo and in other areas be continued and strengthened. Present at the event were the Guyana Defence Force Welfare Officer, ‘G’ Division Police Commander, Region 2 Chairman, Head of the divisional Fire Office, and other agencies and organisations in the region.

Some of the ranks and special invitees who were present at the event on Thursday

Major Colin Henry delivering the charge to ranks under his command on Thursday at the Soldiers Day appreciation event in Anna Regina (Photos By Leroy Smith)


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GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday December 14, 2013

Aries March 21 - April 19

It’s time for you to face some facts, but it’s not just you that’s on the hook, fortunately. The universe is asking as all to sit still, quiet our minds, pay attention and be realistic, whether we like it or not. Now, the ‘sit still’ part is admittedly a little bit tougher on you than on others, but once you set your mind to it, you can do almost anything you want. Try not to make it look too easy!

Taurus April 20 - May 20

Someone higher up in the hierarchy is about to put their foot down and say no to an utterly reasonable request. You’re not used to hearing that word from them because, as hard as you work, the meagre requests you make just aren’t seen as drawing on too many resources. After the shock has passed, think it over before you decide to skip getting mad and start getting even. There may be a much deeper reason behind the refusal.

Gemini May 21 - June 21

You’ve been much more heavily focused on business than on play lately, which isn’t like you at all. Your friends may be a bit taken aback -- and you really can’t blame them. Try to explain that you’ve just about had it with bowing down to other people’s professional whims, and you’re thinking of making an impressive exit. Then they might start to get a glimmer.

Cancer June 22 - July 22

You’re not in the mood for public displays -- of affection, or much of anything else. When you’re approached by someone who’s more than willing to let the world in on private matters, you’re less than receptive, but don’t feel bad about it. They have no right to let a secret out -- at least nothing that doesn’t belong to them exclusively. You can let them know what’s what with one quick, cutting comment.

Leo July 23 - August 22

An elder you’ve long admired seems to have a bit of a problem with you today, and you can’t quite figure out what’s going on. You need to talk with them about it, but you’re worried -- not so much about how they might treat you, but more about what’s really going on between you. Take a deep breath and open up a new line of communications. It’s certainly for the best!

Virgo August 23 - September 22

It takes quite a bit of teasing or meanness to get you really riled up -- but right around now, you’re plenty mad. It’s most likely the person you care most about, and they’re probably feeling just as frustrated. You need to take time off, and that’s not a euphemism for the early stages of a break-up. Put some distance -- and some time -- between you two. Then you can return to solve this in your usual loving way.

Libra September 23 - October 22

You’re definitely in the mood to get some work done, and that’s that. Keep your eyes open, though, because you’re definitely not in the mood for being taken advantage of, especially when it comes to money. If someone tries to play you for a fool, not only can you spot it with great ease, you should also go after the culprit with all the energy you can muster -- as well you should. Don’t let them get away with it.

Scorpio October 23 - November 21

You’re not exactly happy with the way recent events have turned out, and you’re not in the mood to pretend that you are. Fortunately, you won’t have to for very long. Almost everyone can see you’re aggravated, and those responsible know exactly how angry you are -- and don’t bother you any further. Your only problem now will be what to do about the folks who aren’t bright enough to figure it out.

Sagittarius November 22 - December 21

Someone is trying to make you feel guilty and, believe it or not, that’s pretty easy to do right now. Rather than giving in and letting it happen, do what you did yesterday and make sure all your bases are covered before doing much of anything for yourself. That way, you can ensure that if anyone tries to bust you, it’s okay for you to bust them right back and soak up the sympathy from the home crowd.

Capricorn December 22 - January 19

The universe is in a freaky mood -- and so are you, mostly because energies you can’t quite understand just now are driving your life. If you say ‘no,’ but those around you can’t understand that simple answer, you need to unleash some serious consequences. If anyone can give you the right answer to the right question, however, things are going to get a lot better fast -- in fact, they may turn out to be downright excellent!

Aquarius January 20 - February 18

Things have changed in a big way -- so much so that they might be unrecognisable after yesterday. This doesn’t mean you’re confused or unhappy with the choices that you made -- that hardly ever happens these days. You do need to deal with the outcome of those choices, though. There’s no need for worries, though -- when was the last time you made the wrong call when you had all the facts?

Pisces February 19 - March 20

You’ve got all day to listen, and that’s good enough. Once the talk is all finished, though, you absolutely must let go of it and remember that your own needs have to take priority, just this once. There may be someone you’ve been wanting to spend some time with, and if so, the feeling is mutual. It’s not too late, so give them a call. You deserve to enjoy yourself!


GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday December 14, 2013

Minister Ali declares…

Increased Route 32 minibus fares unjustified By Vanessa Narine RESIDENTS on West Coast of Demerara, since Wednesday, have been complaining about being subjected to the arbitrary increase of fares by Route 32 minibus drivers. According to the complainants, who spoke to the Guyana Chronicle, the charges have been hiked by as much as $60 and reflect a new structure implemented by the United MiniBus Association and the Combined Road Transportation Association for Route 32. Acting Minister of Tourism, Mr. Irfaan Ali, in an invited comment, declared that the fare rise is unjustified. “There is no way the Route 32 drivers can, unilaterally, decide to increase fare,” he emphasised. He said the ministry has a standing agreement with the MiniBus Association, which states, clearly, that, in the absence of increases in fuel prices, there cannot be a raise in fares. Ali said: “There has been no communication from anyone regarding any concerns that can justify the increases. Minister Irfaan Ali There is no justification for this. “The situation with fares has been continuously monitored and, to date, given that gas prices have remained under a certain price, there cannot be any increases in fares,” he added. Ali explained that, following the issuance of an advisory by his ministry, police officers will be asked to enforce the current and approved fare structure and prevent unfair demands by the transport operators. Unilateral fare hikes by minibus operators has been an on and off cause of concern in the last three years, with some incidents resulting in strike actions that left hundreds of commuters stranded. Earlier this year, Minister of Transport, Mr. Robeson Benn promised an investigation into the unregulated hike in minibus fares across the various routes at nights, when commuters are asked to pay double. Meanwhile, the fairness to commuters remains a concern.

Magistrate criticises Police investigation but jails dangerous driver A FORTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD hire car driver, Richie Bishop, of Devonshire Castle, was imprisoned for six months after he was found guilty of dangerous driving. Magistrate Sunil Scarce pronounced the sentence on Thursday, December 5, at Suddie Court, for the offence committed on November 8, 2012, at Hoff Van Aurich, also on the Essequibo Coast. The charge said Bishop drove motor car HC 1122 in a manner dangerous to the public and caused the demise of Muszid Sabar but on December 5, 2013, Magistrate Scarce dismissed that charge and found Bishop guilty, beyond reasonable doubt, of dangerous driving and inflicted the custodial penalty. Bishop had made his first appearance on November 14, 2012, in Anna Regina Court where he was granted bail prior to his trial, at which six witnesses were called by the prosecution. When asked for his defence, the defendant made an unsworn statement and presented one witness. Attorney-at-law Ms. Beverly Bishop, who represented the defendant, gave oral notice of appeal and requested bail but police prosecutor Krishna Datt Ramana successfully objected to the grant. The magistrate remarked that the police photography in the case left much to be desired and the traffic officers did poor investigation into the accident.

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GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday December 14, 2013

GAWU & GuySuCo reach compromise on API payment

- after massive 2-day strike action

By Vanessa Narine WORKERS in the sugar belt will be paid an Annual Production Incentive (API) of five days’ pay (equivalent to $389M), after the Guyana Agricultural & General Workers Union (GAWU) agreed to lower its demand from 6.8 days. But GAWU President, Komal Chand, told the Chronicle this position was unanimously agreed on at a stakeholders meeting yesterday after a compromise had been reached with the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo). A three-person team from GuySuCo, led by Industrial Relations Head Jairam Pitam, met with some 50 individuals, including representatives from all sugar estates and GAWU officials, at the Union’s conference room in a four-hour meeting that addressed the challenges being faced by the sugar corporation, both in term of productivity and in terms of financial standing. Chand said: “We had to take into consideration that the production was not what was targeted, so by the end of the meeting there had to be compromises on both sides.” Workers had engaged in a massive countrywide strike action on Tuesday and Wednesday to make clear their stance in regard to payment of GAWU President Komal Chand the API. Agriculture Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy told the Chronicle in a prior interview that the workers’ demonstration was understandable, given that the low production figures this year were not “their fault”, and considering the challenges posed by adverse weather, among other factors. The GAWU president also acknowledged the weather factor as a major challenge to sugar production. He said the industry has recorded a production of just over 185,000 tonnes, and he is not optimistic that production for the second crop would exceed 190,000 tonnes. “Grinding ends on December 20, but not all the estates will work until then, because of the weather conditions and the resulting conditions of the dams and so,” Chand said. The API paid to workers is usually based on the sector’s yearly production. In addition, workers are expected to be given holiday with pay next week – both norms in the sector.


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NOTICE 1ST PUBLICATION LAND COURT LAND REGISTRATIONA REA: Plantation Good Hope BLOCK: XVIII Zone: Left Bank Essequibo River the following application in respect of the land at the above mentioned area is fixed for hearing before Mr. R. Rooplall, Commissioner of Title at the Land Court, Lot 39 Brickdam, Stabroek, Georgetown on Monday the 13th day of January, 2014 at 9:15 am. App. No. 124/2013 Applicant Leslie Lowe Address Lot 230 Good Hope Essequibo Coast Parcels 413, 415, 428, 429, 430 C. CAMPBELL FOR REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT SUPREME COURT REGISTRY LAW COURT GEORGETOWN Dated the 25th day of November, 2013. 2013 No. 83 L/R BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE LAND REGISTRATION NOTICE: I, ARJUNEN KHEMRAJ of Lot 427 No. 1 Road, Corentyne, Berbice, having presented an Application for Declaration of title of the property in the schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said application must within one (1) month from the date of the publication of this notice filed in the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, a Notice of his or her opposition and Affidavit upon the said Applicants. The said Application is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R. Mohamed REGISTRAR (Ag) Dated this 10th day of September, 2013. New Amsterdam, Berbice. SCHEDULE PARCELS: 411 BLOCK: XIX ZONE: E.C.B. being portion of Plantation No. 1, situate on the East Coast of Berbice, in the County of Berbice and Cooperative Republic of Guyana. The Applicant's place of business and address for service is at the office of MR. ROHAN CHANDAN, Attorney-at-Law Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 11-D BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN SEUBARRAN, (GLEN PARMESHWAR) Petitioner -andSEUBARRAN, (BIBI NAZAM) nee Alli, Respondent TO: BIBI NAZMA SEUBARRAN nee Alli, Last known address, Lot 51 Rampoor Street, Springlands, Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE THAT a Petition for Divorce by GLEN PARMESHWAR SEUBARRAN, has been filed against you in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana. UPON APPLICATION in person or by letter to Mr Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twenty-eight) days after the second and final publication of this Notice no application has been made or appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the Petition and pronounce judgment in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 21st day of November, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. GUYANA COUNTY OF BERBICE In the Magistrate's Court of the Corentyne Magisterial District

NOTICE to be held at No. 51 CIVIL JURISDICITON In the matter of the Moneylenders Act, Chapter 91:05 and- In the matter for a Moneylenders Certificate by NAND PERSAUD & COMPANY LIMITED, a company incorporated under the Companies Act, Chapter 89:01 continued under the Companies Act, 1990 of the Laws of Guyana, whose registered office is situated at Lot 1 Section A No. 36 Village, Corentyne Berbice NOTICE: I, NALITA DEVI PERSAUD, company secretary of NAND PERSAUD & COMPANY LIMITED, of Lot 1 Section A No. 36 Village, Corentyne Berbice hereby give notice that the company has applied to the Magistrate of the Corentyne Magisterial District for a Certificate under the Moneylenders Act Chapter 91:05 authorising the grant to it of a Moneylenders Licence to carry the business of a Moneylenders Licence under the title N.P CREDIT at Lot 1 Section A No. 36 Village, Corentyne, Berbice NOTICES of any objection to this application should be sent forthwith to the Clerk of Court, Corentyne Magisterial District and a copy of such notice should be sent to the subscribers. Nalita Devi Persaud Company Secretary the Seal of the company is hereby affixed by me Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice This 9th day of December, 2013. 2013 No. 402-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: BEANARAI ROOPNARINE, of Lot 282 No. 64 Village, Corentyne, Berbice Guyana has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. "ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry, Notice of his/her Opposition and an Affidavit in Support and serve a copy of such Notice forthwith on the Petitioner after filing same. The said Petition is accompanied by a copy of the plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. J. V.R. Poonai, Attorney-atLaw for Petitioner Dated this 26th day of November, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice, SCHEDULE: "Cultivation Lot 50, First Depth, Plantation Lot no. 64 or Babylon situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice Guyana comprising of 1.99 acres, as shown and laid down on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated 12th day of September, 2013 and recorded in Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 20th September, 2013 as Plan No. 56949. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner\s place of business and address for service is at the Chambers of Mr. Joey V.R. Poonai, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 3-24 Main & King Streets, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 766-D DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN:- (DHUMAN), NADIA nee KOWLESSAR Petitioner and- (DHUMAN) TERRENCE DHARAMDATT Respondent CITATION TO: TERRENCE DHUMAN Lot 1-2 Lamaha Street, Newtown, Kitty, Georgetown, Guyana WHEREAS, NADIA DHUMAN nee KOWLESSAR, of Lot 122 Sixth Street, Cummings Lodge, East Coast Demerara, Guyana, claiming to have been married to you has filed a Petition against you in the Reg-

NOTICE istry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana praying for a dissolution of marriage wherein she alleges that you have been guilty of malicious desertion. UPON APPLICATION in person or by letter to Ms. SAVITRI PARAG, Attorneyat-Law whose address for service and place of business is on the 3rd Floor, Maraj Building, 185 King and Charlotte Streets, Georgetown Guyana a copy of the said Petition will be delivered or sent to you. If within twenty-eight (28) days after the date of the second and final publication of this Notice no application has been made or appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce judgment therein your absence notwithstanding. AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that for the purpose aforesaid you are to attend in person or by your Attorney-at-Law at the Registry of the said Court at the Law Courts, in the City Georgetown, County of Demerara and then and there to enter an appearance in a book provided for that purpose without which you shall not be allowed to address the Court either in person or by Attorney-atLaw at any stage of the proceedings in this cause. E. Smith FOR REGISTRAR Dated at Georgetown, Demerara, This 22nd day of November, 2013. 2013 No. 400-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, JANITA SAMAROO also known as Jeanita Samaroo, of Lot 31 No. 2 Village, East Canje, Berbice, Guyana, represented herein by her duly constituted attorney HEMWATTIE HARRICHARRAN, of No. 2 Village East Canje, Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney No. 1143 of 2011 (Berbice) have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title to the property described in the schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date hereof of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and serve copies of his/his/their opposition notice and affidavit in support on the said JANITA SAMAROO, also known as Jeanita Samaroo. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. R. Chandan, Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice, This 5th day of November, 2013. SCHEDULE: Lot 31 (thirt- one) North of the public Road, Lot No. 2 situate on the Right Bank of the Canje River on the East Sea Coast of Berbice, in the County of Berbice, Guyana, the said lot containing an area of 0.1248 (nought decimal one two four eight) of an acre and being shown, laid down and defined on a plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 28th day of June, 2011, and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 30th day of June, 2011 as Plan No. 51348. The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr. Rohan Chandan, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 388-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, RAVINDRA NAUTH KISSOONLALL also known as Ravindra N. Kissoonlall, of Lot 23 Section D, Williamsburg, Corentyne, Berbice

NOTICE have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title to the property described in the schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date hereof of the first publication of this notice filed in the registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and serve copies of his/ her/their opposition notice and affidavit in support on the said RAVINDRA NAUTH KISSOONLALL also known as Ravindra N. Kissoonlall. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. R. Chandan Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice, This 18th day of November, 2013 SCHEDULE: Sublot 'B' being portion of lot 23 (twenty-three) Section 'D', Plantation Williamsburg, situate in Rose Hall Town, in the County of Berbice, Co-operative Republic of Guyana, the said sublot containing an area of 0.091 (nought decimal nought nine one) of an acre and being laid down and defined on a plan by Seaon M. James, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 21st September, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 27th day of September, 2013 as Plan No. 57049. The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr. Rohan Chandan, Attorney-atLaw of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 399-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, ROHANEE DEPAUL, of lot 36 Reliance Settlement, East Canje, Berbice has presented a Petition for Declaration of Title to the property described in the schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and serve copies of his/her/their opposition notice and affidavit in support on the said ROHANEE DEPAUL. The said petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. Rohan Chandan, Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice. This 5th day of November, 2013. SCHEDULE: Lot numbered 36 (thirty-six) being portion of Area 'G' Plantation Reliance or Lot No. 6 situate on the Right Bank Canje River, in the County of Berbice, Guyana, the said lot containing an area of 0.133 (nought decimal one three three) of an acre and being shown, laid down and defined on a plan by Seaon M. James, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 7th day of November, 2011 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 10th day of November, 2011 and numbered 51441. That the Petitioner address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr. Rohan Chandan, Attorney-at-Law, at Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 41 L/R BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE LAND REGISTRATION NOTICE: RAMESH DAVID SEERAJ, of New York, United States of America, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney KUSOOMDEI TROTMAN, of lot

NOTICE 76 Assin Street, Cumberland, East Canje, Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on the 15th day of March, 2013 and registered at the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 9th April, 2013 and numbered 664 of 2013 (Berbice), and TIRBHAWANA DAVID, of 73 Coven Garden, East Bank Demerara, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney KUSOOMDEI TROTMAN, of Lot 76 Assin Street, Cumberland, East Canje, Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed and registered at the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 9th day of April, 2013 and numbered 665 of 2013 (Berbice), having presented an Application for Declaration of Title of the property in the schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said application must within one (1) year form the date of the publication of this Notice filed in the Registry of court at New Amsterdam, Berbice a Notice of his or her Opposition and Affidavit upon the said Application. The said Application is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R. Mohamed REGISTRAR (ag) Dated this 22nd day of May, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice SCHEDULE PARCEL: 610 BLOCK: 11 ZONE: E.B.C.R., portion of Plantation Canefield, situate on the Right Bank of the Canje River, in the County of Berbice an Republic of Guyana. The Applicant's place of business and address for service is at the office of MR. ROHAN CHANDAN, Attorney-at-Law Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. PETITION No. 364-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: EZAM ALLY MOHAMED, of lot 163 Section 'A', No. 71 Village Corentyne, Berbice, has presented a Petition for a declaration of title by Prescription of the property described in the schedule hereunder. ANY PEROSN intend to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, and/or at Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his/ her opposition and an affidavit and or affidavits together with the notice of the said EZAM ALLY MOHAMED. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. A. Anamayah Attorney-atLaw for Petitioner SCHEDULE: Lot 163 containing an area of 0.13 (nought decimal one three) of an acre, being portion of Section 'A' Plantation Lot no. 71 or Newsiah situate on the left bank of Corentyne River, in the county of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, the said lot being laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated this 30th day of September, 2013, and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 4th day of October, 2013 as Plan No. 57099. MEMORANUDM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. PETITION No. 357-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: MANOOJ BENSON, of lot 1, Second Street, Grant 1651 Backlands,

NOTICE Crabwood Creek, Corentyne, Berbice, has presented a petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. ANY PERSON intend to oppose the said petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, and or at Georgetown Demerara, notice of his/ her opposition and an affidavit and or affidavits together with the notice of the said MANOOJ BENSON. The said petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. Z. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner SCHEDULE: Tract 'M,' containing an area of 0.683 (nought decimal six eight three) of an acre, and Tract 'B' containing an area of 1.204 (one decimal two nought four) of an acre, being portion of lot 1 Grant 1651 Crabwood Creek, situate on the Corentyne Coast, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, the said tracts being laid down and defined on a plan by D.U. Congreaves, Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 13th day of July, 2013, and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 13th of September 2013, and recorded as Plan No. 56914. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 297-S BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Rules of the High Court Act, Chapter 3:02 and- In the matter of the Deceased Persons Estates Administration Act, Chapter 12:01 and In the matter of the estate of AJODIA PERSAUD, deceased and In the matter of an application by M A H E I S E A J O D A P E R S A U D A P P L I C A N T. TO: RAMKUMAR RAMNORAJAN formerly of No. 2 Village, East Canje, Berbice and TYRONE LALJEET, formerly of No. 2 Village, East Canje, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that an Application by way of Summons has been filed in the High Court of the Sup r e m e Court of Judicature at New Amsterdam, Berbice by MAHEISE AJODA PERSUD to dispense with witnesses RAMKUMAR RAMNORAJAN and TYRONE LALJEET, to prove the due execution of the Last Will and Testament of AJODIA PERAID deceased, late of Lot 252 No. 2 Village East Canje, Berbice who died on the 16th day of September, 2003 at the New Amsterdam, Hospital are required to attend the Sub Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice at lot 1 Esplande Road, New Amsterdam, Berbice, within 21 (twenty-one) days after the date of the second and fin a l publication of this notice for the purpose of swearing the affidavit of attes tation dated this 5th day of December, 2013 P. W i l l i a m s F O R R E G I S TRAR.


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19 NOTICE LEGUAN RICE MILLING INCORPORATED NOTICE OF DEBENTURE NOTICE is hereby given that a Debenture by the abovenamed Company LEGUAN RICE MILLING INCORPORATED a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act, 1991 and whose registered office in Guyana is at lot 33 Endeavour Leguan, Essequibo River, will after the expiration of SEVEN (7) days from the date of the publication of this Notice be duly issued and registered under the provisions of Section 233 (1) of the Companies Act, 1991 to CITIZENS BANK GUYANA INC., a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act 1991 and whose registered address is Lot 201 Camp & Charlotte, Streets, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara. Such Debenture will not be secured by a separated mortgage or charge but will itself confer a fixed First charge on the Company's undertakings and all its property both movable and immovable situate at lot 33 Endeavour, Leguan, Essequibo River, and also on all of its movable and immovable properties whatsoever and wheresoever situate both present and future including all land, buildings and erections undertakings, fixtures, fittings implements, goods, sundry equipment, plant and machinery, vehicles, furniture, chattels (real and personal) goodwill, stock-in-trade, book and other debts whatsoever situate including their uncalled capital both present and future for the time being and such charge as regards the Company's immovable property to be a specific charge and as regards the Company's other assets to be a floating security or charge and on all other future assets of the Company and except with the written consent of the Debenture holder the Company shall not be a liberty to create any Mortgage on charge in priority to or pari passu with such Debenture and that THE Director of the Company be and is hereby authorized to sign the said debenture and to affix the seal of the Company to the said Debenture. DATED THIS 19TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2013, LEGUAN RICE MILLING INCORPORATED RAMRATTIE OJHA DIRECTOR Certified A True Copy Ramrattie Ojha DIRECTOR. SCHEDULE FIRSTLY:- Lot lettered 'L' part of Doornhaag, situate on the Inland of Leguan, in the Leguan Local Government District, in the County of Essequibo, in the Republic of Guyana, as shown and defined on a plan by D.A. Bowhill, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated the 5th day of December, 1913, and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys, the said lot lettered 'L' being shown and defined on a plan by D.C.S. Moses, Sworn land Surveyor dated 10th October, 1942 and deposited in the Deeds Registry at Georgetown on the 10th day January, 1947 and on the building and erections thereon and on all other buildings and erections which may hereafter be constructed or erected thereon, during the existence of this mortgage, the property of the mortgagor, together with a right of drainage through the draining trenches running along the boundaries of the said lot and through the koker of Doornhaag but subject however to the following as described in transport No. 111 dated 25th day of June, 1999. SECONDLY: All and singular the stock-in-trade, land, buildings, goods, wares, merchandise, machinery, motor vehicles, equipment, furniture, fixtures, fittings, utensils, tools, implements, book, and other debts, goodwill, actions, and choses in action, trade name, trade rights, licenses, assets, liens, and goods of every description of the business carried on by the mortgagor of Lot 33 Endeavour,

NOTICE Leguan, Essequibo River and elsewhere and on all other stockin-trade, land, buildings and erections goods, wares, merchandise, machinery, motor vehicles, equipment, furniture, fixtures, fittings, utensils, tools, implements, books, and other debts, goodwill, action choses in actions, trade name, trade rights, licenses, assets, liens and goods of every description of the business which may be brought in or taken into the said business either in addition to those at present existing or in substitution thereof, together with all other trade rights, trade names, licenses, book or other debts, choses in actions liens or other assets of or appertaining to the business to which the mortgagor will be entitled during the existence of this mortgage and whether the said business sis carried on the said premises or elsewhere in Guyana or of any other business which may be carried on by the mortgagor in the said premises or elsewhere. Dated this 19th day of November. 2013. R & K INVESTMENTS INC. NOTICE OF DEBENTURE NOTICE Is hereby given that a Debenture by the above named Company R & K INVESTMENTS INC., a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act, 1991 and whose registered office in Guyana is at the sub-lot C1 Hydronie, East Bank Essequibo, will after the expiration of SEVEN (7) days from the date of the publication of this Notice be duly issued and registered under the provisions of Section 233 (1) of the Companies Act, 1991 to CITIZENS BANK GUYANA INC., a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act 1991 and whose registered address is Lot 201 Camp & Charlotte Streets, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara. Such Debenture will not be secured by a separate mortgage or charge but will itself confer a fixed Third charge on the Company's undertakings and all its property both movable and immovable situate at Sub Lot 1 C Hydronie, East Bank Essequibo, and also on all of its movable and immovable properties whatsoever and wheresoever situate both present and future including all lands, buildings and erections, undertakings, fixtures, fittings, implements, goods, sundry equipment, plant and machinery, vehicles, furniture, chattels (real and personal) goodwill, stock-in-trade book and other debts whatsoever situate including their uncalled capital both present and future for the time being and such charge as regards the Company's immovable property to be a specific charge and as regards the Company's other assets to be a floating security or charge and on all other future assets of the Company and except with the written consent of the debenture holder the Company shall not be at liberty to create any Mortgage on charge in priority to or pari passu with such Debenture. AND THAT the managing Directors of the Company be and are hereby authorized to sign the said debenture and to affix the seal of the Company to the said Debenture. DATED THIS 25TH day of November, 2013 R &K INVESTMENTS INC. ROODNAUTH DIRECTOR KUNTI ROODNAUTH DIRECTOR A True Copy ROODNAUTH DIRECTOR SCHEDULE FIRSTLY:- Sub lot C1 (one) being part of cultivation lot lettered 'c', part of a piece or parcel of land known as the west half of Plantation Hydroni or Idroni, situate on the east bank of the Essequibo River, in the Republic of Guyana save and except sub lot C7 ( 7), containing an area of 0.1501 (nought decimal one five nought one) and being shown on a plan by O. Singh, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated 17th June, 1998 and de-

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posited in the Deeds registry on the 3rd December, 1998 the said sub lot C1 (C one) containing an area of 0.317 (nought decimal three one seven) and being shown on a plan by O. Singh Sworn land Surveyor, dated 1st February, 1990 and deposited in the Deeds Registry on the 4th June, 1998 the said cultivation lot lettered 'c' being shown on a plan by Wilfred A. Lee, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 16th November, 1963, and deposited in the Deeds Registry on the 23rd October, 1967 the said piece or parcel of land being called the west half of the said plantation and lying next to and immediately adjoining plantation Parika and being shown on a plan by Ernest Ethelbert Wight, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 28th October, 1876 and deposited in the Deeds Registry on the 12th January, 1877, and on the building and erections thereon and on all other building and erection which may hereafter be constructed or erected thereon during the existence of this mortgage the property of the mortgagor. SECONDLY:- All and singular the stock-in-trade, land buildings, goods, wares, merchandise, machinery, motor vehicles, equipment, furniture, fixtures, fittings, utensils tools implements, book and other debts, good will, actions and choses in action, trade name, trade rights, licenses, assets, liens and goods of every description of the business carried on by the mortgagor of sub lot C1 Hydronie, East Bank Essequibo, and elsewhere and on all other stock-in-trade, land, buildings and erections goods, wares, merchandise, machinery, motor vehicles, equipment, furniture, fixtures, fittings ,utensils tools implements, book and other debts, goodwill, action choses in actions, trade name, trade rights, licenses, assets, liens and goods of every description of the business which may be brought in or taken into the said business either in addition to hose at present existing or in substitution thereof, together with all other trade rights, trade names, licenses, book or other debts, choses in actions, liens or other assets of or appertaining to the business to which the mortgagor will be entitled during the existence of this mortgage and whether the said business is carried on, on the said premise or elsewhere in Guyana or of any other business which may be carried on by the mortgagor in the said premises or elsewhere. Dated this 25th day of November, 2013.

debts whatsoever situate including their uncalled capital both present and future for the time being and such charge as regards the Company's immovable property to be a specific charge and as regards the Company's other assets to be a floating security or charge and on all other future assets of the Company and except with the written consent of the Debenture holder the Company shall not be at liberty to create any Mortgage on charge in priority to or pari passu with such Debenture. AND THAT the Managing Director/Secretary of the Company be and are hereby authorised to sign the said debenture and to affix the seal of the Company to the said Debenture. FULLWORKS INDUSTRIAL PARK INC . … DIRECTOR MAHADAN … SECRETARY CERTIFIED A TRUE COPY FULLWORKS INDUSTRIAL PARK INC. 1225 PLANTAITON ECCLES INDUSTRIAL ZONE, EBD MANAGING DIRECTOR … SECRETARY SCHEDULE: FIRSTLY:Parcel 1225, Block 1, Zone East Bank Demerara, Part of Plantation Eccles, no building and erections thereon but on all future building and erection which may hereafter be constructed or erected thereon during the existence of this mortgage the property of the mortgagors or either of them. SECONDLY: All and singular the stock-in-trade, land, buildings, goods, wares, merchandise, machinery, motor vehicles, equipment, furniture, fixtures, fittings, utensils tools implements, book and other debts, goodwill, actions and choses in action, trade name, trade rights, licenses, assets, liens and goods of every description of the business carried on by the mortgagor of 1225 Industrial Park, Eccles, East Bank Demerara and elsewhere and on all other stock-in-trade, land, buildings and erections goods, wares, merchandise, machinery motor vehicles, equipment, furniture, fixtures, fittings, utensils tools implements, book and other debts, goodwill, action choses in actions, trade name, trade rights, licences, assets, liens and goods of every description of the business which may be brought in or taken into the said business either in addition to those at present existing or in substitution thereof, together with all other trade rights, trade names, licences, book or their debts, choses in actions, liens or other assets of or appertaining to the business to which the mortgagor will be entitled during the existence of this mortgage and whether the said business is carried on, on the said premises or elsewhere in Guyana or of any other business which may be carried on by the mortgagor in the said premises or elsewhere. DATED THIS 6th day of December, 2013.

FULL WORKS INDUSTRIAL PARK INC. NOTICE OF DEBENTURE NOTICE is he5rebyt given that a Debenture by the above named Company FULLWORKS INDUSTRIAL PARK INC., a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act, 1991 and whose registered office in Guyana is at Lot 1225 Industrial Park, Eccles, East Bank Demerara, will after the expiration of SEVEN (7) days from the date of the publication of this Notice be duly issued and registered under the provisions of Section 233 (1) of the Companies Act 1991 to CITIZENS BANK GUYANA INC., a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act 1991 and whose registered address is Lot 201 Camp & Charlotte, Streets, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara. Such Debenture will not be secured by a separate mortgage or charge but will itself confer a fixed First charge ranking as a First Mortgage on the properties described in the schedule hereunder and also on all of its movable and immovable properties whatsoever and wheresoever situate both preset and future including all land, buildings and erections undertakings, fixtures, fittings implements, goods sundry equipment, plant and machinery, vehicles, furniture, chattels - (real and personal) goodwill, stock-in-trade book and other

2ND P U B L I C AT I O N NOTICE TO: BIBI SHANEEZA MOHAMED of 33 Columbia, East Bank Demerara ABDOOL ASEEF RAFICK 27 Columbia East Bank Demerara The Attesting Witnesses of the Will of HOWDA PERSAUD deceased the above named are required to call at the Office of Messrs, ADRIAN ANAMAYAH and/or IAN ANAMAYAH, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana for the purpose of signing an Affidavit of Attesting Witness. IF WITHIN 14 (fourteen) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made or appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Summons and pronounce Judgement in your absence notwithstanding A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice, This day of November,

NOTICE 2013. 2013 No. 14-D BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDIC AT U R E D I VO R C E A N D MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN: INDHAL (BHIMNAUTH) Petitioner -andINDHAL (CATERINA) Respondent NOTICE TO: C AT E R I N A I N D H A L formerly of Lot 40 Haswell, Port Mourant Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court R e g i s t r y, N e w A m s t e r d a m , Berbice by BHIMNAUTH INDHAL, against you. UPON APPLICATION in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New A m s t e r d a m , B e r b i c e a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twenty-eight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made or appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgement in your absence notwithstanding/ Dated this 31st day of October, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 157 W/S BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION BETWEEN: ANGELA N. MOHAMED Plaintiff, -andDINESH GOOLCHARAN Defendant SUMMONS: LET ALL PARTIES CONCERNED attend the Judge in Chambers on Friday the Day of September, 2013 at the hour of 8:30 o'clock in the forenoon at the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana at Lot 1 Esplanade Road, New Amsterdam, Berbice on the hearing of an application on the part of the Plaintiff/Applicant for the following Orders:(A) An interlocutory injunction restraining the Defendant by himself, his servants and/or agents from dealing with, using, driving, mortgaging, selling, renting, dismantling, damaging and/or alienating or disposing Motor Car Registration No. HC 1216 Engine No. 1NZA389119 and Chassis No. NZE 121-3115430 inconsistent with the Plaintiff's right thereto and/ or in anyway depriving the Plaintiff of the said property pending the hearing and determination of this action. (b) A mandatory injunction compelling the Defendant to lodge Motor Car Registration No. HC 1216 Engine No. 1NZ-A389119 and Chassis No. NZE 1213 11 5 4 3 0 w i t h t h e P l a i n t i ff forthwith. (c) Any other Order this Honourable Court deems just and e q u i ta b l e . A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Plaintiff/Applicant 2013 No. 74-D BERBICE: IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICITON DIVORCE BETWEEN: MC CURDY (HURBERT AUGUSTUS NAMAN) Petitioner -and- MC CURDY (JOYCELYN ANNETTE) Respondent NOTICE TO: JOYCELYN ANNETTE MC CURDY formerly of Lot 18 Glasgow Village, East bank Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by HUBERT AUGUSTUS NAMAN MC CURDY, against you. UPON APPLICIATON in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian

NOTICE Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law, of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New A m s t e r d a m , B e r b i c e , a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twenty-eight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made nor appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgement in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 25th day of November 2013 New A m s t e r d a m , B e r b i c e P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 281-D BERBICE: IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICITON DIVORCE BETWEEN: MC KANLALL (ZABENA) Petitioner -and- MC KANLALL (MILTON) Respondent. NOT I C E TO : M I LTO N M C KANLALL formerly of Lot 121 Section B, Manchester Village, Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High court R e g i s t r y, N e w A m s t e r d a m , Berbice by ZABENA MC KANLALL, against you. UPON APPLICIAITON in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New A m s t e r d a m , B e r b i c e , a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twenty-eight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made nor appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgement in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 25th day of November, 2013 New A m s t e r d a m B e r b i c e . P. William FOR REGISTRAR. IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF J U D I C AT U R E D E C L A R A TION OF TITLE Petition No. 377 of 2013 (Berbice) NOTICE I, SHAMSHUDIN MOHAMED HACK, of Lot 1816 Kent Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by prescription of the property described in the schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month from the date of the first publication of the Notice file in the Registry of Court, New Amsterdam, Berbice, notice of his or her opposition any affidavit or affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of this Affidavit upon the Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Murseline Bacchus, Attorneyat-Law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice. This 31st day of October, 2013. SCHEDULE: Cultivation lot 23 of Northern Section Plantation Rosignol, situate on the West B a n k B e r b i c e R i v e r, i n t h e county of Berbice, Guyana, the said lot being laid down and defined on a plan by R. T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated the 6th day August 2013 and deposited in the Offices of the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commissions on the 12th day of August, 2013 and recorded therein on the 15th day of August, 2013, as Plan Number 56683. The address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of Mr. Murseline Bacchus Attorney-at-Law acting herein for and on behalf of the Petitioner at Lot 7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.


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2013 No. 361-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION DECL A R AT I O N OF TITLE NOTICE:We, ALICE CHISHOLM and DENISE CHISHOLM, both of Lot 143 Lovely Lass, West Coast Berbice, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the schedule annexed hereto. Any person(S) intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/ or Georgetown Demerara, his or her opposition to said Petition and Affidavit in support thereof and serve a copy of the said Notice of Opposition and Affidavit(s) upon the said ALICE CHISHOLOM and DENISE CHISHOLM. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the Property which may be inspected at the Registry of the Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. MEMORANDUM: The address for service on the Petitioners is at the Chambers of Mr. Horatio O. Edmondson, Attorney-at-Law, Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. H.O. Edmondson, Attorney-at-Law Dated this day of 2013. SCHEDULE Lot 143, East Half Plantation Lovely Lass, situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice, County of Berbice, Guyana the said Lot 143 being laid down and defined on a plan by G.I. Brathwaite, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 201310-01 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 2013-10-03 as Plan Numbered 57086.

Corentyne, Berbice, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney VIEMEN RAMREDDY of lot 116 B Bloomfield Village, Corentyne, Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney No. 515 of 2013 (Berbice), Republic of Guyana has presented a petition for a declaration of title by way of prescription to the property described in the schedule hereto. ANY PEROSN intend to oppose the said petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and or Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his or her opposition and an affidavit together with the notice on the said ROYSTON SALAMALAY the Petitioner. The said petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which can be inspected at the Registry of the Court house at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. R. JUDMOHAN Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner schedule MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's place of business and address for service is at the chambers of MR. R. JUGMOHAN, Attorney-at-Law, Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. Lot 78 containing an area of 0.154 of an acre, being a portion of Section A, Plantation Letter Kenny, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the county of Berbice, Republic of Guyana, surveyed and paaled off at the request of ROYSTON SALAMALAY by R.T. JOHN, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 14th June 2013, and duly recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on the 28th June 2013, as plan No. 56267. New Amsterdam, Berbice Dated this 31st day of October, 2013.

culation in the State of Guyana. BY THE COURT SGD. P. WILLIAMS FOR REGISTRAR.

said Order or established their claim before a Judge in Chambers on the last mentioned date or be forever barred therefrom AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a certified copy of this Order be advertised in two (2) Consecutive Saturday issue of the Guyana Chronicle Newspaper of General Circulation in the State of Guyana. BY THE COURT SGD. P. WILLIAMS FOR REGISTRAR.

plicant and the Affidavit of the said applicant sworn to and filed herein on the 26th day of September, 2013 in support thereof AND UPON HEARING, Attorney-at-Law for the Applicant IT IS ORDERED that a Notice of this application be advertised in two (2) Consecutive Saturday issues of the Guyana Chronicle Newspaper of General circulation in the State of Guyana, AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that any interested person(s) do enter an appearance within 28 (twentyeight) days after the final publication of the said Notice or appear before the Judge in Chambers on the 6th day of December, 2013 at 8:30 am in Chambers. BY THE COURT P. WILLIAMS FOR REGISTRAR.

ested person(s) TAKE NOTICE that an application by way of Ex-parte Originating Summons with Affidavit in support has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by DHANWANTIE CHANDAR for the following An Order of Court that the Registrar of Deeds or her Lawful deputy be authorised and directed to issue transport of the following described property now standing in the name of SEWNARINE JAGMOHAN, to the Applicant DHANWANTIE CHANDAR: "One undivided half part or share of and into:- House lot numbered 117 (one hundred and seventeen) Section B, West of the Public Road being a portion of a tract of land held by Grant No. 1802 Crabwood Creek, in the Crabwood Creek Village District, situate in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana the said house lot being laid down and defined on a plan by J. L. Yhap and D.M. Edghill, Sworn Land Surveyors dated the 25th day of November, 1948 and duly deposited in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam on the 11th day of December, 1948 no building thereon." AND UPON APPLICATION in person or by letter to Mr. MIRZA SAHADAT, Attorney-at-Law of 5 Strand New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Summons with Affidavit in support will be delivered or sent to you. IF within 28 (twenty-eight) days after the second and final publication of this Notice no application has been made or appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Summons with Affidavit in support and pronounce Judgment therein your absence notwithstanding and that this matter is returnable for Friday 24th day of January, 2014 Dated this 27th day of November, 2013 P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR.

2013 No. 362-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION DECLA R AT I O N O F TITLE NOTICE: I, NEVILLE CRAWFORD, of Lot 5 Plantation Brahn, West Coast Berbice, Guyana, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the Schedule annexed hereto. Any person(S) intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or Georgetown, Demerara, his or her opposition to said petition and Affidavit(s) in support thereof and serve a copy of the said Notice of Opposition and Affidavit(s) upon the said NEVILLE CRAWFORD. The said petition is accompanied by a Plan of the Property which may be inspected at the Registry of the court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. MEMORANDUM: The address for service on the Petitioner is at the chambers of MR. Horatio O. Edmondson, Attorney-at-Law 1 - 4 Vryheid Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. H.O. Edmondson, Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner. Dated this day of 2013 SCHEDULE: In the matter of Sub-lot 'XX' being a portion of Lot 5 North of Public Road - Plantation Brahn, situate on the West Sea Coast of the Berbice River in the county of Berbice and Republic of Guyana and the said Sublot 'XX' is being laid down and defined on a plan by L.E. Leo, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated 20th July, 2012 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 2012-08-09 as Plan Numbered 53618. PETITION NO. 259-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SURPEME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, ROYSTON SALAMALAY 78 Section A, Letter Kenny Village,

2013 No. 306 S/A BERBICE: IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Land Registry Act, Chapter 5:02 -and- In the matter of Order 41, 42 and 43 of the Rules of the High Court, High Court Act, chapter 3:02 -and- In the matter of an exparte application by GANESS RAMAWAD also known as GANESH RAMAWAD also known as GANESH, of 90-46 184 Place Hollis Queens, New York, 11423, United States of America, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney BHARRAT RAMNARINE, of Lot 299 Bush Lot Village, Corentyne, Berbice. BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSITCE B. REYNOLDS (IN CHAMBERS) DATED THE 15TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2013 ENTERED THIS 25TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2013. UPON READING the application by way of Ex-parte Originating Summons filed herein on the 30th day of October, 2013 on behalf of the above named Applicant and the Affidavit of the said applicant sworn to and filed herein on the 30th day of October, 2013 in support thereof AND UPON HEARING, Attorney-at-Law for the Applicant. IT IS ORDERED that the Registrar of Lands or her lawful Deputy be authorized and directed to transfer Title for Parcels 46, 79, 267, 299, 562, 563, 564, 813, 875, 934, 974, 1030, 1131, 1201 and 1235, Block XXXVIII, Zone C.C.B., Bush Lot, Corentyne, Berbice, no building thereon now standing in the name of Ramkissoon and Ganesh to and into the name of GANESS RAMAWAD also known as GANESH RAMAWAD also known as GANESH the Applicant herein unless good and sufficient cause be shown to the Court why this Order should not be made absolute on the 10th day of January, 2014 AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all persons claiming to have right title and interest to the said property shall appear within twenty eight (28) days after the publication of the said Order or established their claim before a Judge in Chambers on the last mentioned date or be forever barred therefrom AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a certified copy of this Order be advertised in two (2) Consecutive Saturday issues of the Guyana Chronicle Newspaper of General cir-

2013 No. 304-S/A BERBICE: IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Land Registry Act, chapter 5:02 -and- In the matter of Section 79 of the Land Registry Act, Chapter 5:02 -and- In the matter of an exparte application by SHAMNARINE PURAN, of Lot 38 (Parcel 121) Tain Settlement, Corentyne, Berbice, BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE B. REYNOLDS (IN CHAMBERS) DATED THE 15TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2013 ENTERED THIS 27TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2013 UPON READING the application by way of Exparte Originating summons filed herein on the 25th day of October, 2013 on behalf of the above named Applicant and the Affidavit of the said applicant sworn to and filed herein on the 25th day of October, 2013 in support thereof AND UPON HEARING, Attorney-at-Law for the applicant IT IS ORDERED that the registrar of Lands or her lawful Deputy be authorized and directed to transfer Title for Parcel 121, Block XXV, Zone C.C.B. portion of Tain, Corentyne, Berbice, with the building thereon into the name of SHAMNARINE PURAN the Applicant herein unless good and sufficient cause be shown to the Court why this Order should not be made absolute on the 10th day of January, 2014 AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all persons claiming to have right title and interest to the said property shall appear within twenty-eight (28) days after the publication of the said Order or established their claim before a Judge in Chambers on the last mentioned date or be forever barred therefrom AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a certified copy of this Order be advertised in two (2) Consecutive Saturday issue of the Guyana Chronicle Newspaper of General circulation in the State of Guyana. BY THE COURT SGD. P. WILLIAMS FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 277 S/A BERBICE: IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Land Registry Act, chapter 5:02 -and- In the matter of Order 41, 42 and 43 of the Rules of the High Court, High Court Act, Chapter 3:02 -and- In the matter of an exparte application by LILAWATTIE AMARNAUTH and AMARNAUTH, both of Lot 50 No. 12 Village, West Coast, Berbice, Jointly. BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE B. REYNOLDS (IN CHAMBERS) DATED THE 25TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013 ENTERED THIS 27TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2013 UPON READING the application by way of Exparte Originating Summons filed herein on the 30th day of September, 2013 on behalf of the above named Applicant and the Affidavit of the said applicant sworn to and filed herein on the 30th day of September, 2013 in support thereof AND UPON HEARING Attorneyat-Law for the applicant IT IS ORDERED that the Registrar of Lands or her lawful Deputy be authorised and directed to transfer Title for Parcel 50, Block I, Zone B.R.W., Lot No. 12 Berbice River, West Coast, Berbice, with the building thereon now standing in the name of VICKRAN CHAN RAMJIT also known as VICKARANCHAN RAMJIT to and into the names of LILAWATTIE AMARNAUTH and AMARNAUTH the Applicants herein unless good and sufficient cause be shown to the court why this Order should not be made absolute on the 13th day of December, 2013 AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all persons claiming to have right title and interest to the said property shall appear within twenty eight (28) days after the publication of the

IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICITON Petition No. 363 of 2013 (Berbice) NOTICE: We, RAMDARSAN POORAN and BHANMOTI POORAN represented herein by their duly constituted Attorney, MAHEND PERSAUD KARAN, of Lot 144 Gangaram Settlement, East Canje Berbice, Guyana, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of title by prescription of the property describe in the schedule hereunder. Any person intending to oppose the said petition must within one (1) month from the date hereof of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of court at New Amsterdam, Berbice notice of his or her opposition and affidavit or Affidavits in support together and serve a copy of the said affidavit upon the said Petitioners. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. M. Bacchus Attorney-at-Law for Petitioners New Amsterdam, Berbice. This 28th day of October, 2013. SCHEDULE: "Sub-lot 'A' being portion of Lot 20, Plantation Goldstone Hall or Lot 9, also known as Betsy Ground, or Little Bleyeendal, situate on the right bank of the Canje River, in the county of Berbice, Guyana, the said sub-lot 'A' is being laid down and defined on a plan by R. T. John,. Sworn Land Surveyor, dated the 8th day of July, 2013, and deposited in the Office of the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 9th day of July, 2013, and recorded therein on the 12th day of July, 2013 as plan No. 56395." The address for service of the Petitioners is at the office of Mr. Murseline Bacchus, Attorney-at-Law acting herein for and on behalf of the Petitioners at Lot 7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 264-S/A BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Deeds Registry Act, Chapter 5:01 -and- In the matter of the Civil Law of Guyana Chapter 6:01 Section 3 (b) -and- In the matter of "Plot 'Y' containing an area of 0.061 (nought decimal nought six one) of an acre, being portion of Sublot 33d, south of the Public Road, western half, Plantation Rose Hall, situate on the Corentyne Coast, in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana the said plot 'Y' being laid down as defined on a Plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 28th day of January, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 28th day of February, 2013 as Plan No. 55000 -and- In the matter of an ex parte application by HAKIMAN MUSAPHIR also known as HAILMAN, of 3-Carnyel Street Vaughn, Ontario L6A213, Canada, represented herein by her duly constituted attorney BIBI RABEDA MUSAPHIR, of Lot 33D, St Paul, Rose Hall Town, Corentyne, Berbice BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE B. REYNOLDS (IN CHAMBERS) DATED THE 18TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013 ENTERED THIS 31ST DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013 UPON READING the application by way of Ex-parte Originating Summons filed herein on the 26th day of September 2013 on behalf of the above named Ap-

2013 No. 253 S/A BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of Order 43 (3) of the Rules of the Court, High Court Act, Chapter 3:02 -and- In the matter of Section 35, 36 and 38 of the Deeds Registry Act, Chapter 5:01 -and- In the matter of an application by ELLEN INDIRA MOOTOO, of Lot 19, Alness Village, Corentyne, Berbice. BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR JUSITCE B. REYNOLDS (IN CHAMBERS) DATED THE 18TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013 ENTERED THIS 31ST DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013 UPON READING the application by way of Exparte Originating Summons filed herein on the 26th day of September, 2013 on behalf of the above-named Applicant and the affidavit of the said Applicant sworn to and filed herein on the 26th day of September, 2013 in support thereof AND UPON HEARING Attorneyat-Law for the Applicant IT IS ORDERED that the Agreement of Sale and Purchase dated 8th day of January, 2010 be deemed legal and valid AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERD that the Registrar of Deeds or her lawful Deputy do pass Transport of the property described in the Schedule hereto now standing in the name of DOROTHY HARDIN to and in the name of ELLEN MOOTOO, unless good and sufficient cause be shown why this Order should not be made absolute on the 6th day of December, 2013 AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a sealed and certified copy of this Order be published by advertisement in two (2) consecutive Saturday issues of the Daily Chronicle Newspaper of General circulation in the state of Guyana AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all persons having or claiming to have any right or title to the said property shall appear and establishe their claim within 28 (twenty-eight) days after the final publication or otherwise show cause as aforesaid before the Judge in Chambers on the Last mentioned date or be forever barred therefrom AND that this matter do stand adjourned to Friday the 6th day of December, 2013 in Chambers. BY THE COURT SGD. P. WILLIAMS FOR REGISTRAR. SCHEDULE: "Sub lot numbered 51 (fiftyone) of Lot lettered E, Section A, Alness, in the Hogstye Lancaster Local Government District, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana no building thereon and more fully described in Transport No. 977 of 1981." 2013 No. 308 S/A BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Deeds Registry Act, Chapter 5:02 Section 35 -and- In the matter of the Rules of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature Order 42 -and- In the matter of an application by DHANWANTIE CHANDAR of lot 11 Section B Grant 1802 Crabwood Creek, Corentyne, Berbice NOTICE TO: ANY Inter-

2013 No. 309 S/A BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Deeds Registry Act, Chapter 5:02 Section 35 -and- In the matter of the Rules of the High Court of The Supreme Court of Judicature Order 42 -andIn the matter of an application by PAWANKUMARI RAMSAMMY of Lot 13 Peyton Place, Skeldon, Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice. NOTICE TO: Any Interested person(s) TAKE NOTICE that an application by way of Ex-parte Originating Summons with Affidavit in support has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by PAWANKUMARI RAMSAMMY for the following An Order of Court that the Registrar of Deeds or her Lawful Deputy be authorised and directed to issue transport for 2/3 (two undivided third) parts of and into the following described property, to the Applicant PAWANKUMARI RAMSAMMY:House lot numbered 19 (nineteen) Section B, West of the Public Road being a portion of a tract of land held by Grant No. 1805 Crabwood Creek in the Crabwood Creek Village District, situate in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana D. M Edghill, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 25th day of November, 1948 and duly deposited in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, on the 11th day of December, 1948 with the building and erections thereon." AND UPON APPLICATION in person or by letter to Mr. MIRZA SAHADAT, Attorney-at-Law of 7 Strand, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Summons with Affidavit in support will be delivered or sent to you. IF within 28 (twenty-eight) days after the second and final publication of this Notice no application has been made or appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Summons with Affidavit in support and pronounce Judgment therein your absence notwithstanding and that this matter is returnable for Friday 24th day of January, 2014. Dated this 27th day of November, 2013 P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR.


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3RD P U B L I C A T I O N 2013 No. 360 -P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICTRE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE Ramkumar Rambarran and Damodar Rambarran, both of Lot 5 Section B, No. 47 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, jointly have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High court of the Supreme Court of judicature at New Amsterdam, Berbice, Notice of his or her opposition and affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the said affidavits upon the said Ramkumar Rambarran and Damodar Rambarran. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-atLaw for Petitioner Dated 25th day of October, 2013 SCHEDULE Lot numbered 5 (five) containing an area of 0.214 (nought decimal two one four) of an acre, section B, Plantation Lot no. 47 situate on the Corentyne Coast, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, surveyed and paaled off at the request of Ramkumar Rambarran and Damodar Rambarran by R.T. John, Sworn land Surveyor dated 23rd August 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 29th August, 2013 as Plan No. 56822. 2013 No. 344 - P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATON OF TITEL NOTICE SAVITRI RIKHI of Sublot A, Lot 90, Adventure, Corentyne, Berbice, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High court of the Supreme Court of Judicature at New Amsterdam, Berbice, Notice of his or her opposition and affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the said affidavits upon the said SAVITRI RIKHI. The said petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-at-law for Petitioner Dated 11th day of October, 2013 SCHEDULE Sublot 'A' of Lot numbered 90 (ninety), containing 0.1486 (nought decimal one four eight six) of an acre, in Plantation Adventure, situate on the Corentyne coast in the county of Berbice in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, surveyed and paaled off at the request of SAVITRI RIKHI by R.T. John, Sworn land Surveyor dated 27th September 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 4th October, 2013 as Plan No. 57076. The Petitioner's address for service is at the Chambers of Mr. R. JUGMOHAN, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 345-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE YUGESHWAR SUKHRAJ of Lot 158 Section B, No. 72 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High court of the Supreme Court of Judicature at New Amsterdam, Berbice, Notice of his or her opposition and affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the said affidavits

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upon the said YUGESHWAR SUKHRAJ. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated 11th day of October, 2013 SCHEDULE : Firstly: Plot 'X' of Lot numbered 21 (twenty-one), containing 1.371 (one decimal three seven one) of an acres, Secondly: Plot 'Y' of Lot numbered 22 A (twenty-two A), containing 0.686 (nought decimal six eight six) of an acre. Both being portions of Land West of section B, in Plantation Lot No. 73 or Van Brook, situate on the Left Bank of the Corentyne River, in the county of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, surveyed and paaled off a the request of YUGESHWAR SUKHRAJ by R.T. John Sworn Land Surveyor dated 19th September 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 27th September, 2013 as plan No. 57016. The Petitioner's address for service is at the Chambers of MR. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

Kumar Doraisami Attorney-at-law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice. Dated this 8th day of October, 2013 SCHEDUEL "Plot 'DR' containing 0.454 (nought decimal four five four) of an acre, being a portion of W ½ lot 15 Section 'B' Pln. Cromarty or Lot No. 32, situate on the Corentyne Coat Berbice in the county of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said plot 'DR' being shown and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn land Surveyor dated 19th day of September 2013 and recorded at the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 27th day of September, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 57015." The petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chamber of Mr. Kumar Doraisami, Attorney-at-law at Lot 4 Strand, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

lands and Surveys Commission on the 10th day of June, 2011 and recorded as plan No. 51152.The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the chamber of Mr. Kumar Doraisami,Attorney-at-Law at Lot 4 Strand, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

2013 No. 354-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICTURE DECLARATION OF TITLE: NOTICE: H A R R I N A U G H T KRISSOONDATT of Lot 288 Block 2, Bush Lot Village, West Coast Berbice, represented herein by his duly constituted Attorney LATCHMIN agreeably with Power of Attorney No. 1780 of 2013 (Berbice) duly executed and deposited at the deeds Registry New Amsterdam, Berbice on August 20, 2013 presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the High court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana at New Amsterdam Berbice notice if his or her opposition and affidavit in support and serve a copy upon the said Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Kumar Doraisami, attorney-at-law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice. Dated this 22nd day of October, 2013 SCHEDULE In the matter of Sublot 'A' containing an area of 0.765 (nought decimal seven six five), of an acre being portion of cultivation Lot No. 123, AND Sub-lot 'B' containing an area of 0.770 (nought decimal seven seven nought) of an acre, being portion of cultivation lot No. 152, situate at Section 'I' Pln. Bush Lot, on the West Sea Coast of Berbice ,in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, the said Sub-lots being shown and defined on a plan by KHAMRAJ PERSAUD, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated the 23rd day of August, 2013 a copy of which said plan was duly recorded at the Guyana of Lands and Surveys Commission on the 13th day of September 2013 as Plan NO. 56893. The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr. Kumar Doraisami, Attorney-at-law at Lot 4 Strand, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 343-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE DEODAT BRIJLALL and RAKUMARIE BRIJLALL of Lot 15 Cromarty, Corentyne, Berbice, presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property on the schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana at New Amsterdam, Berbice a notice of his or her opposition and affidavit in support and serve on the Petitioners. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property, which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours.

2013 No. 346 - P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE SETHNARINE SOORIANARAYANA represented herein by his duly constituted Attorney CHATERPAUL PERSAUD HARRIPERSAUD agreeably with Power of Attorney No. 1987 of 2013 (Berbice) lot 22 Cotton Tree, Village, West Coast, Berbice, presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property on the schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the high Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana at New Amsterdam, Berbice a notice of his or her opposition and affidavit in support and serve on the Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Kumar Doraisami, Attorney-at-law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice Dated this 11th day of October, 2013 SCHEDULE "Plot 'SS' and containing 0.111 (naught decimal one one one) of an acre, being portion of Lot 22, west of the Public Road, Pln. Cotton Tree, situate on the West Coast of Berbice, in the county of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana said plot being shown and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn land Surveyor dated 17th day of September, 2013 a copy of which said plan was duly recorded at the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 27th day of September, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 56997. The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chamber of Mr. Kumar Doraisami, Attorney-at-law at Lot 4 Strand New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 NO. 347-P BERBICE. IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE: (DECLARATION OF TITLE) NOTICE: SANDRA RAMDOWAR of lot 4 Zee Zight Village, West Coast, Berbice, presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property on the Schedule hereto, any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana, at New Amsterdam, Berbice, a notice of his or her opposition and affidavit in support and serve on the Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property, which may be inspected at the Registry during Office hours. ATTORNEY-AtLAW FOR PETITIONER. New Amsterdam, Berbice. Dated This 11th day of October, 2013. SCHEDULE: "In the matter of the Sub-Lot "X" and containing 0.245 (naught decimal two four five) of an acre, being portion of Lot 4B, Pln.Zee Zight, situate on the West Coast of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, said sublot being shown and defined on a plan by khamraj Persaud Sworn Land Surveyor, dated 20th day of May, 2011, a copy of which said plan was duly recorded at the Guyana

2013 NO. 309-P BERBICE. IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE: (DECLARATION OF TITLE) NOTICE: I JAISHEEMA BRIDGLALL of Lot 31 Section C Cumberland Village, East Canje, Berbice, presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property on the Schedule hereto. Any person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this notice file in Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana, at New Amsterdam, Berbice a notice if his or her opposition and affidavit in support upon the said Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied buy a plan of the said property, which can be inspected at the Registry during Office hours. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW FOR PETITIONER. New Amsterdam, Berbice. Dated this 4th day of September, 2013. SCHEDULE: "Sublots 'G' and 'H', containing areas of 0.1277 (naught decimal one two seven seven) and 0.1293 (naught decimal one two nine three) acres respectively, being portions of E1/3 lot 31 Section 'C', Cumberland Village, situated on the Right Bank Canje River, in the county of Berbice, Co-operative Republic of Guyana, the said Sublots 'G' and 'H', being shown and defined on a plan by R.T.John , Sworn Land Surveyor, dated 5th day of August,2013 and recorded at the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 16th day ofAugust,2013 as plan No.56706." The Petitioner address for services and place of business is at the Chamber of Mr.kumar Doraisami, Attorney-at-Law at Lot 4 Strand, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 HC-DEM-CIV-P-1030 DEMERARA: IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE: DECLARATION OF TITLE: In the matter of the Title to Land prescription and Limitation Act, Chapter 60:02 of the Laws of Guyana -and- In the matter of an Application for a Declaration of Title to: Sublot lettered 'a' being the South Half of the West Half of lot numbered 238 (two hundred and thirty-eight) Gordon Street, Alexanderville, part of Kitty, situate in the City of Georgetown, in the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana, the said Sublot 'a' being shown on a plan by K.P. Sukhdeo, Sworn land Surveyor dated the 10th day of April, 2013, and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 19th day of April, 2013 as Plan No. 55647 -and- In the matter of an Application by RAKESH SAWH and WENDY SAWH for a Declaration of Title by Prescription NOTICE OF PUBLICATION: RAKESH SAWH and WENDY SAWH both of Lot 232 Cordon Street, Kitty, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. AND ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the registry of the Supreme Court in the County of Demerara, Notice of his her Opposition and any Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice or any Affidavit upon the said petitioners. The Petition is accompanied by a Plan which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Ms. D. Sukhdeo Attorneyat-Law for the Petitioners Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 30th day of October, 2013 SCHEDULE "Sublot lettered 'a' being the South Half of the West Half of Lot numbered

NOTICE 238 (two hundred and thirty-eight) Gordon Street, Alexanderville, part of Kitty, situate in the City of Georgetown, in the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana, the said Sublot lettered 'a' containing an area of 0.066 (nought decimal nought six six) of an acre as shown laid down and defined on a plan by K.P. Sukhdeo, Sworn land Surveyor dated the 10th day of April, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 19th day of April, 2013 as Pln No. 55647 and subject to a right of way measuring 6 (six) feet in width and running along the eastern boundary to Gordon Street. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioners' address for ser ice and place of business are at the Chambers of their Attorneyat-law Ms. Dhanwanti Sukhdeo of Lot 169 Charlotte Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana. 2013 HC-DEM-CIV-P-1015 DEMERARA: IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE: DECLARTION OF TITLE: In the matter of the Title to Land Prescription and Limitation Act, chapter 60:02 of the Laws of Guyana -and- In the matter of an Application for a Declaration of Title to: Sublot lettered 'A' being a portion of Lot numbered 1 (one) Area lettered 'D' Ogle, situate on the East Coast of Demerara, in the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana, the said Sublot lettered 'A' being shown on a Plan by William B. Halls, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 11th day of February, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 8th day of March, 2013 as Plan No. 55266. -and- In the matter of an Application by PAMELA RAMNARINE for a Declaration of Title by Prescription NOTICE OF PUBLICAITON: PAMELA RAMNARINE of Lot 1 Area D, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyana, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. AND ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the Supreme Court in the County of Demerara, Notice of his/her Opposition and any Affidavit or Affidavit sin Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice or any Affidavit upon the said Petitioner. The Petition is accompanied by a Plan which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Ms. D. Sukhdeo Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara. This 22nd day of October, 2013. SCHEDULE: 'Sublot lettered 'A' being a portion of Lot numbered 1 (one) Area lettered 'D' Ogle, situate on the East Coast of Demerara, in the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana the said Sublot lettered 'A' containing an area of 0.101 (nought decimal one nought one) of an acre as shown laid down and defined on a plan by William B. Halls, Sworn land Surveyor dated the 11th day of February, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 8th day of March, 2013 as Plan No. 55266." MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service and place of business are at the Chambers of her Attorney-atLaw Ms. Dhanwanti Sukhdeo of lot 169 Charlotte Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana. 2013-HC-DEM-CIV-P1007 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: JOSEPH WHYTE of Lot 34 Section 'A' Eldorado Village, West Coast Berbice, in the Republic of Guyana, has presented a Petition for Declaration for title by prescription for property described in the schedule hereto. ANY PERSON intending to op-

NOTICE pose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the Court at Berbice a Notice of his/her opposition and an Affidavit in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and Affidavit upon the said JOSEPH WHYTE. JOSEPH FREDERICK HARMON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW FOR THE PETITIONER Dated this 7th day of November, 2013 SCHEDULE: Sublot 'JW' of lot 34 Section 'A' Plantation Eldorado, situate on the West Coast of Berbice, in the County of Berbice, and Republic of Guyana, the said lot 'JW' containing an area of 0.4756 (nought decimal four seven five six) of an acre within the Profit/Rising Sun Neighbourhood Democratic council being laid down and defined on a plan by Gerry I. Brathwaite Sworn land Surveyor dated 7th March, 2011 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 19th day of March, 2008 as Plan No. 49563. MEMORANDUM: The Address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of Mr. Joseph Harmon, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 216 South Street, Lacytown, Georgetown. 2013 No. 1029/P DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE: In the matter of the Title to Land Prescription and Limitation Act, chapter 60:02 of the Laws of Guyana -and- In the matter of an Application for a Declaration of Title to: Plot lettered 'PN' comprising Sublot lettered 'A' of the East half of lot numbered 41 (forty one) and Sublot lettered 'B' of the West half of Lot numbered 40 (forty) all being part of Section lettered 'B' Plantation Nabaclis, situate on the East Coast of Demerara, in the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana, the said Plot lettered 'PN' being shown on a Plan by N. N. Yearwood, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 23rd day of July, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 15th day of August, 2013 as Plan No. 56701. -and- In the matter of an Application by 1 for a Declaration of Title by Prescription PATRICIA Mc DONALD and NEVILLE Mc DONALD, jointly NOTICE OF PUBLICATION PATRICIA Mc DONALD and NEVILLE Mc DONALD both of Lot 41 Nabaclis, East Coast Demerara, Guyana have represented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. And any person intending to oppose the said petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the Supreme Court in the County of Demerara, Notice of his/her Opposition and any Affidavit or Affidavit sin Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice or any Affidavit upon the said petitioners. The Petition is accompanied by a Plan which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Ms. D. Sukhdeo Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioners Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 30th day of October, 2013 SCHEDULE: "Plot lettered 'PN' comprising Sublot lettered 'A' of the East half of Lot numbered 41 (forty-one) and Sublot lettered 'B' of the West half of Lot numbered 40 (forty) all being part of the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana, the said Plot lettered 'PN' containing an area of 1270.18 (one thousand two hundred and seventy decimal one eight) square feet as shown laid down and defined on a Plan by N.N. Yearwood, Sworn land Surveyor dated the 23rd day of July, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 15th day of August 2013 as Plan No. 56701." MEMORANDUM: The Petitioners' address for service and place of business are at the Chambers of their Attorney-at-Law Ms. Dhanwanti Sukhdeo of Lot 169 Charlotte Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana .


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ACCOMMODATION ACCOMODATIONS HARMONY INN, fully furnished, air-conditioned, apartment $5 000 per night - 668-0306, 694-7817. TOURIST VILLA, FURNISHED rooms and apartments 1, 2- and 3-bedroom apartment, longand short-term rental. Affordable rates. Call 227-2199, 227-2186, 227-2189. JOURNEY Inn Apartments and Caral. With Jacuzzi, kitchen and hot and cold from $3 000, AC $5 000, Eccles. Tel. 679-7139, 639-4452 CASSIO'S HOTEL: $8000 per night, AC, WiFi, telephone, cable, laundry, long and short terms available. Charlotte Street, Bourda. 231-3823, ARACARI Resort Suites (10 minutes from Stadium on the West Bank). Rates from $40/day double occupancy, breakfast included. All units air-conditioned and fully furnished. Restaurant, bar, swimming pool, gym and entertainment. Call 264-2946-8 www.aracariresort.com JOB OPPORTUNITY

BUSS./JOBOPPORTUNITY CONTROL your income filling 100 envelopes for US$500, information, send stamped self-addressed envelope. Nathaniel Williams, PO Box 12154, Georgetown, Guyana. WON'T you like to be your own boss, work flexible hours and earn up to 50% commission? Then don't let this opportunity pass you by. Become an AVON Representative today for only $1 500. For more information, call Anita on 233-2665, 624-5004.

CAR RENTAL CAR RENTAL JOURNEY Inn Apartments and Car Rental. Premio, Vitz. Eccles New Scheme. Tel. 6797139 , 639-4452

EDUCATIONAL

educational

PRIVATE tutoring: English as a second language, English, Portuguese. Tel. 667-3829. DESPATS CATERING. Enrol now for cooking for Christmas, Floral Craft-Christmas, Meat Cookery, and more. Order your Christmas cake and catering. Tel:2270646/645-7758 (Pat) QUALIFY YOURSELF IN COMPUTER STUDIES at Computer World at only $7 000 per course. Tel: 2251032 or 227-6619, Vlissengen Road & Gordon Streets, Kitty, opposite GDF Sports Ground.

HEALTH/FITNESS FITNESS

TRYING to get pregnant? Ovulation kits for sale, USA brand, wholesale and retail, gives the best date of ovulation for a better chance of pregnancy. For more information call 619-3202. FIRST world symmetry and health care products of Lot 255 Earl's Avenue Subryanville offers products for good preventative lifestyles, detoxing of feet and body, body scans. Visit us or call 225-0423.

LEARN TO DRIVE LEARN TO DRIVE MAISONS DRIVING School 22 Nabaclis Public Road. Tel 650-4291, 652-6993. B & C DRIVING School at 6 Hadfield Street, Lodge. Te l . 2 2 5 - 0 1 5 0 , 2 2 9 - 7 2 5 8 , 680-6826. Rk's Institute of Motoring Learn to drive at an affordable cost. Professional, Courteous and Patient Driving Instructor. For more details contact Annmarie/Vanessa at 172 Light and Charlotte Streets, Bourda. Te# 227-5072, 226-7541, 2260 1 6 8 . www.rksinstituteofmotering.webs.com SHALOM Driving School Lot 2 Croal Street Stabroek and enjoy our Anniversary special between 19th October to 30th November 2013 fee reduce by 20% Call 227-3869, 227-3835, 2277560, 622-8162.

MASSAGE

SERVICES

MASSAGE

IN D I R A SINGH THERAPEAUTIC M A S S A G E . TEL. 615-6665. SOOTHING MASSAGE. Call for appointmentsl out calls only. Anna 661-8969.

LANDSCAPING, lawn mowing, hedging, potted plants/soil, wreaths, lawn grass, landscape renovation. Call 655-0755, 227-2612.

SPRIRITUALITY SPIRITUAL reading, other works done. For fast results - reuniting lovers, removing evil and all blockages, etc. Call 696-8873, 673-1166.

NOTICE

NOTICE

SPIRITUAL works done to bring peace, finance, success, enhance prosperity, remove evil, blockage, reunite families, lovers, etc. 610-7234, 644-0058.

MISSING DRIVER\S Licence No. 941859 for Dhanveshwar Persaud has been missing. Tel. 220-0431, 6786244, 641-8530, 682-2793, 6435484. Reward offered.

DUTCH spiritual help in removing evil spirit, bad luck, evil sickness, spells, reuniting lovers, bringing prosperity to business, etc. Tel: 612-6417, 220-0708, .687-5653.

FOR HIRE/RENTAL

RENTAL HIRE

ONE hair station $5 500 weekly. Tel. 683-3199, 672-0724.

PAWN SHOP

PAWN SHOP

ELEGANCE Jewellery and Pawn Shop, Lot 1 Durban Street Werk-en-Rust between Camp and George Streets. Tel: 223-6331, 227-2307. PENPAL PEN PALS

SURINAME Old Year into New Year return trip, December 29 - January 2, Book early - 6440185, 639-2663, 665-5171, 2278290.

SPIRITUALITY

MASSAGE Divinty Spa, 245 Sheriff St., specialise in relaxation and therapuetic massages, facials. Call 661-6 6 9 4 , a s k f o r Dianna

PLANNING an event? Call Travellers Sound Company, thirty years in the business. Indian wedding, religious function, barbecue, conference, concerts (all levels). We do stage lighting, disco lighting, parties, generators from 5 KVA to 400 KVA, PA system, all types. Tel. 226-6527, 600-7242, 6003122, 623-7242, 623-3122, Leonard or Steven, based at Club Monaco.

TOURS

TAXI SERVICE TAXI SERVICE FLYERS Business Cards, Bill Books. A must for Christmas sales. All types, many options, low quantities. As low $900 for 400 flyers. Business cards from $2 700. Call Alert Printing 227-2679, 655-3070.

EZEE RUNNINGS Taxi Service, 46 Sheriff Street - 2256926, 231-5808, short drop $300.

J. EASTMAN AND Associates Financial Services Chartered Accountants Services: Taxation, Consultancy, Accounting, Income tax, Vehicle and Building Compliances. Office located at 190 Church Street, South Cummingsburg, Georgetown. Tel. 223-2105, 662-7 4 6 7 , or Email at joeastman2001@yahoo.com'

VACANCY VACANCY OFFICE Clerk/ maid to work in Trinidad, living accommodations provided. Call or text 1 868 745 6214 for more details.

SERVICES

vices ser services

BRAINS Construction and Rental Service excavator, bobcat, truck, tools. Tel. 6015024, 2274536.

SALES Clerk at Narine's Bakery 54 Sheriff Street opposite Buddy's Tel. 225-1497. ONE Receptionist and part-time cleaner at Steve Ganesh, 38 William Street, Campbellville. 688-1855.

R E PA I R S t o r e f r i g e r a tors, washing machines, gas s t o v e s , A C u n i t s . Te l . 6 6 6 2276, 223-7975 (Kirk).

WE repair AC units, refrigerators, washing machines, gas stoves, freezers, microwaves, etc. 6831312, 627-3206 (Nick).. UNIVERSAL chair covers for weddings and other special occasions $200 per cover. Call Son Designs 688-8812, visit www.sondesigns.co

ONE experienced Office Assistant with valid motorcycle licence, sound secondary education, 30-45 years old/ For immediate employment, call 225-9304, 609-4480. RECEPTIONIST: Must be able to work shift, age 30 - 50. Requirements - application, reference last place of employment, TIN, NIS#, ID#, Police Clearance. Apply 233 South Road, Lacytown. Tel. 225-0198.

ZENITH Pest Control Services Plus. We provide the following services - termite extermination, baiter abdication, cleaning of powerise bat, faeces, sealing and sat-proofing, bee capture/eradication, rat/ mice, roaches, ants, weevils, ticks, bugs and other insect pests. Call 6214871, 690-5931. FOR all general construction, contact Mohamed. We specialize in car pentr y, mas onr y, plumbcarpentr pentry masonr ing, power-wash, painting painting,, troweltex and varnishing. Call 233-0591, 6676644 6644,, (office) 216-3120.

PRIVATE INVESTIGATION PI

CHEATING spouse, polygraph testing, background checks, locating missing persons, bodyguard service, private + criminal investigation, any other (Worldwide). Contact Strategic Advisory Services. Tel. 592629-9588, 592-602-8149 Email: sasmi5@hotmail. c o m M e m ber of National Association of Invest i g a t i v e S p e c i a l i s t s (USA) (All assignments treated as top secret TOURS

TOURS

SURINAME Pre-Christmas trip return sightseeing-tour, etc.: Nov 28th- Dec 1st. Tel # 644-0185, 639-2663, 665-5171, 227-8290

FEMALE office clerk, computer literate, English, Maths. Commercial office. Tel. 226-7571. ONE person to work in kitchen and one cashier to work in Chinese restaurant, D\Urban and Hailey Streets, Wortmanville. Tel. 231-5108. ONE Receptionist, one Bartender and one Cook to work in a hotel. Must have experience in similar setting. Tel. 592-225-1821, 6657659. ONE male to work night shift 22:30hrs to 08:00hrs in apartment building. Preferably from Kitty Campbellville area. Contact 678-8904. IND O O R a n d o u t d o o r Sales Representative. Must be computer-literate, aggressive and able to work without supervision. 672-4090, 657-8380, 2257532. VACANCY: for a van driver, and a canter driver. Excellent salary and commission. Apply in person with police clearance, a copy of your driver's license, and 2 recommendations. Tel # 226-5473. CANTER TRUCK DRIVER Minimum 5 years' experience, PORTERS and WATCHMAN- Apply with written application to Patsan - Sheriff &Johnsmith Streets, Campbellville. SECURITY Guards, 35 years. Must be able to work shift. Requirements - application, reference last place of employment, TIN, NIS#, ID#. Apply 233 South Road, Lacytown. Tel. 225-0198.

LAND FOR SALE DOUBLE lot of land situated at No. 148 - 144 North Enterprise ECD. Price $7.5M neg. Phone 619-3388, 231-1578, 639-7817. 13 ACRES of land at LindenSoesdyke Highway, 60 Yards from Soesdyke junction; suitable for business preference- attractive price 601-3094. BB ECCLES 100 x 50 only $14M, Call 231-2064, 225-2626, 227-6863, 615-0069, 627-0288, 226-1064.

ROOM ATTENDANT: 28 years plus, must be able to work shift. Requirements - application, reference last place of employment, TIN, NIS#, ID#. Apply 233 South Road, Lacytown. Tel. 225-0198. VACANCIES exist at Survival Shopping Complex, 173 Sheriff Street, Campbellville, for cleaners and drivers. Persons must send in application along with a passportsize photograph. For more information, contact 227-5286-89. VACANCIES exist for Sales Clerk, Bond Clerk, Accounts Clerk and Pharmacist at Roy's Pharmacy. Interested persons can send in applications along with Curriculum Vitae and one passport-size photograph to Roy's Pharmacy Stall #32-33 and 64-65 Bourda Market. Tel. 226-0693, one cleaner call Samantha 223-6072.

ONE Accounts Clerk: Must possess a Grade 1 or 2 in Maths and English, computer-literate with knowledge of Quickbooks and Microsoft Office. Please send applications to Lot 19 Middleton Street, Campbellville, Georgetown or call 219-4683 for more information.

GET a Friend! Get educated! Get Married! Migrate!..through the CFI. Telephone Friendship Link. Call 592-261-5079, 654-3670, 6888293,261-6833 twenty-four hours

WE repair LCD, Plasma LED TV, microwave, washer, dryer and stereo sets. Call 647-2677, 6933277.

COOK: Must be able to work shift. Requirements - application, reference last place of employment, TIN, NIS#, ID#. Apply 233 South Road, Lacytown. Tel. 225-0198.

VACANCY exists at Survival Shopping Complex, 173 Sheriff Street for an IT Technician. Applicants must send in an application along with a passport-size photograph and CV. For more information, contact 227-5288-89.

MEET you match: find lifelong partners, friends; confidential rules apply Tel. 592-2238237, 592-648-6098 8:30 am 5 pm daily; both phones same hours.

AQUA Seal, Water purifier, roofing, roof repairs, Get your roof done the right way. Tel. 694-5128

VACANCY

EXCLUSIVE high income, residential house lot (53 ft x 100 ft) Phase 1 La Parfaite Harmonie. Price $2.6M. Phone 697-5378. CHARLOTTE Street $60M, Da Silva Street $22M, Diamond $5M neg, Providence $3.3M South $10M neg. Tel. 611-7004, 680-2596. CHRISTMAS sale! Campbellville $25M neg, D\Urban $15M neg, Ogle $35M neg, Republic Park $22M neg.. Contact 665-7946, 601-5830.

VACANCY exists for one (1) Female Accountant: qualifications needed: 1. Level 2 ACCA or Diploma in Accounts ; 2. At Least ONE year Experience; 3. Knowledge of Quick Books; 4. Knowledge of VAT, NIS & PAYE. Please apply in person with Job Application & CV along with a passport photograph at the following address. Pulse Entertainment Office 236 South Road Lacytown (between Camp & Alexander Street).

SOESDYKE 57.21 acres of land 215'.36 x 8,755'.2 near Linden Highway Junction $125M neg. B & G's Realty 227-4125, 617-9717.

LAND FOR SALE

ONE land in Duncan St. for 4storey office complex, bond, school, apartment $31M. Phone 627-0288, Mr. Ramsayoe 618-0000, Mr Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Mr. Darindra 615-0069.\

Land For Sale SEASIDE land $15M neg, for plot, Troy 626-2243, 694-3652. 40 ACRES of lease land at Yarrokabra. Tel. 601-9297, 616-8193. CANAL No. 2, 3 lots, 5 acres, 138 ft x 1720 ft, $15M. 227-7734. ONE mining block in Kuribrong, 271 acres, gold and diamonds. Tel. 696-1381. SOESDYKE land 166.00' x 131.98' $4.5M neg. B & G's Realty 227-4125, 617-9717. ATLANTIC Ville & Friendship ECD EBD. No price will be refused . Tel. 689-9388, 0.080 ACRE, Republic Drive, Betterverwagting, East Coast. No Agent. Tel. # 684-3009 or 601-7952 BUSINESS, Robb Street $55M, North Road $60M. Call Carol 612-9785. COVERDEN Riverside 52'x560' $30M. Call Carol 6129785. ONE-room apartment in Diamond $40 000 per month. Call 611-5017, after 17:00hrs. CEMETERY Road 50x80 good for a church, mechanic shop, bond or any business - $14M. Call Carol - 612-9785. GREIA Vreed-en-Hoop commercial land size 80' x 160' on public road $36 million. Tel. #: 225-3737, 2254398, 651-7078. 7 ACRES cultivated citrus, house, fish pond, storage, 2 acres cultivated, 2 - 1 ACRE cultivated Parika. Contact 226-7968.

LAND in Queenstown 165 x 60 over $100M. Phone Vi c e P r e s i d e n t A l y s i o u s Pereira 623-2591, Vice President Darandia 615-0069, 6180000, 225-2626

PRIME commercial land on Charlotte Street between Camp and Wellington Streets, size 31 x 125. Contact 223-8479, 6473768 www.spaceseek.gy LAND on highway, 10 acres $1.5M, Kitty $35M, Duncan Street $33M, $38M, Enmore $33M, Charlestown $35M. Diana 227-2256, 626-9382. LAND 40FT x 600FT, LA GRANGE (INDEPENDENCE STREET) $12.8M NEG. SSERIOUS ENQUIRIES. CALL MAX ON 609-8132, 672-8569. GREIA Linden Highway near Splashmins, 30 acres of land, housing, factory, sand pit, etc. $16 million, 155 acres of forest land $35 million. Tel. #: 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078. L.B.I E.C.D- Corner lot 9000 Sq Ft Land Price $16 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 643-6353, 685-7887. REPUBLIC GARDENS/ REPUBLIC PARK E.B.D (Gated community) - Size 5000 sq ft. Price $13.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. SHERIFF STREET- double prime business spot (Size 12,500 sq ft) Price USD$ 1.4 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 -7400, 6857887, 643-6353.


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REPUBLIC GARDENS/ REPUBLIC PARK E.B.D (Gated community) - (Size 10,000 sq ft) Price $23 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

VLISSENGEN RD- WORTHMAN-VILLE- triple lot suitable for business, bond, etc. Price reduce to $35 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

D'ANDRADE Street Newtown- Double lot. Price $21 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

DOUBLE lot Continental Park $18.5M, LBI Earl\s Court $16M, Happy Acres $14M, Da Silva Street 131x33 $19M, Camp Street between Norton and Princes 120x50 only $22M, Charlotte Street east of Camp Street $44M, Phone Mr. Carlos Boodram 227-6949, 2252626, 225-2709, 225-5198, Mr. Darindra 615-0069, 226-1064, 231-2064, Mr. Alex Pereira, Mrs Hercules.

ATLANTIC GARDENS E.C.D- Triple lot. Price $59 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. GARNETTE ST NEWTOWN- Land for commercial building, bond, apartments, etc. Size 32x135. Price $34 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665- 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. DURBAN STREET, FREEBURG - INVESTMENT corner lot . Size 11,000 sq ft. Price $77 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. DIAMOND E.B.D - Unfinished concrete structure and land. Price $4.8 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. HIGH STREET - Size 90 x 80. Price USD$600,000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. MELANIE E.C.D - Land size 65x 90. Price $4.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. 120x60 CLOSE to Brickdam, $75M suitable for 5-storey complex, hotel Mr Ramsohoye 618-0000, Mr Pereira 226-1064, Mr. Darindra 6150069, 225-2626, 227-6863, 2255198 1500 ACRES of land, comes with machinery, cattle, vehicles and rice and sugar cultivation and 4-storey concrete house. Contact 223-8479, 647-3768 www.spaceseek.gy. GREIA Providence EBD $3 million, Diamond $8 million, $12 million, Annandale ECD, ¾ acres of land at sand reef $25 million, Canal No. 2 Polder 5 acres land, with three house lots to road $12 million. Tel. #: 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078. LAND for bond, hotel, apartment complex, Blygezight 120 x 60 - $36M, neg, Austin St. 134 x 56 $36M, Kitty 8 000 sq ft - $22M, Phone Vice President 225-2626, 618-0000, 225-2626, 623-2591, 226-1064, 2276863, 615-0069 LAND with 20ft driveway Dennis Street $17M, Sec. 'M' 90 x 50 plus reserve $17M, Kitty 8 000 sq. ft - $19M, one house in McDoom close to main road $9M. Phone Mr Darindra 615-0069, 618-0000 Vice President Alysious Pereira 623-2591, 227-6863, 226-1064, 225-2626. 148 x 60 land in Bel Air Village for hotel, bond, 5-storey, students' dorm - $42M. Phone Vice President Patrick Pereira 669-3350, Vice President Ramsohoye 6180000, 623-2591, 227-6863, 2252626, 667-7812. BUSINESS land for sale between Camp and Wellington, better price than any equivalent Regent Street size, for 5-storey $79M, 118 x 33. Buy it now today - 226-1064 Mr. Darindra, 615-0069 Mr Budram 692-3831, Mrs Hercules 661-1952, 2252626, 231-2064, 225-2709, 2276949. SECOND lot in Dennis St, with driveway 20 feet $17M, Sec. 'M', 80 x 60, plus reserve for bond $19M, Da Silva St 80 x 5 0 $ 1 3 M , Kitty Railway Embankment 8 0 0 0 s q . f t $ 20M, land has 20 ft driveways. Vice President Drandia 615-0069, Vice President Alysious Pereira - 6232591, Vice President Ramsayae 618-0000, Vice President 225-2626, 226-1064, 667-7812.

GUYANESE businesses must think out of the box. They must adopt a new strategy. The Chinese are moving in some locations that land for bond/factory is cheap, 20 000 sq ft land close to the Chinese embassy for bond. $58M, 8 000 sq. ft on the main road close to the Chinese Embassy $54M for 4-storey fast food/super m a r k e t 2 0 0 - c a r parking. 1½ acres of land in Turkeyen for hostel, school, university, bond, Buy now, be decisive. Present, you have a boss, now decide. Phone Mr. Danhand r i 615-0065, Mr. Patrick Pereira 669-3350, Mr. Alysious Pereira 623-2591, 225-2709, 2252626, 225-3068, 226-1064, 2276863, 225-5198 Seven days of h o t m a il: tonyreidsrealty.com.

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HAPPY Acres front, residential areas $16M, Bagotville, W.B.Dem land 45 by 150 feet on eastern side of road, D'Urban Street close to High Street 50 by 100 feet for $16M, five acres of prime land at Pearl, EBD for $12M, Agricola, double lot $8M, Success and Railway line road on ECD 22 000 sq.ft of land for $48M, Nandy Park residential $16.5M, Contact Pete's Real Estate - 223-6218, 226-9951, 2272487, 226-5546.

CAMPBELLVILLE: Large executive concrete building with two self-contained apartments. Vacant possession. Tel. 225-0545.

RENTAL OF PROPERTY: 232 South Road (Rare) Building Lower Flat. $60,000 + Water, PrePaid Meter. For Rental: 1. Duncan Street, Lamaha Gardens. Executive Building, Large Master Bedroom & living room, 3 regular Rooms. All fully AC. Ideal for Executive Office & Residence. Modern kitchen, pressure water pump, alarm. 2. Garnet Street, Newtown, Kitty Executive Building, fully furnished. Two Large Rooms. Ideal for Executive Office & Residence. One Master Bedroom with 3 regular rooms. All fully AC, washing machine, fridge, stove, kennel, kitchen, pressure filter water. Contact: Annmarie 625-8420 (cell) 226-7541 (Office). Partner Realties Welcome to let

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ONE-bedroom bottom flat Kitty Tel. 223-3067.

THIS land is going to solve your business need, in Smyth close to Brickdam 120 x 60 the only land available for $55M neg All lands that would give you the same return on your i n vestment $95M, talking of 5storey complex. Phone Lady Boston 684-2244, Lady Racel Jones 688-3434 lady Davi Dyal 697-9377, Master Darindra 615-0069, 6180000, 623-2591, 225-2626, 225-3068, 226-1064 , Email: tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com

ROOMS and apartments 621-5282.

MADUNI, Yarrowkabra 30 acres in the vicinity of Maduni Creek $8M, Land of Canaan, 3 acres roadside width 500ft, road to river 400ft riverside frontage 500ft - $120M neg., New Amsterdam riverside 112 x 114 (12 768 sq, ft), 98x48 ft (4,704 sq ft), factory building on 75 x 62 ft $60M neg., Soesdyke riverside, 160 x 300 ft - $35M neg., Mahaica Creek 100 acres arable land $35M., St Eustacious Llana Timehri 18.4 acres - $30M, Happy Acres one house lot $16M neg. Wills Realty - 227-2612, 2231877, 627-8314, 655-0755.

MISS Dee Apartments for overseas guests is back. Call 661-7354.

DOUBLE lot in Continental Park $18.5M, 8 000 sq. ft corner lot LBI $16M, Happy Acres 100x50 $14.5M, business lot South Road $40M, Charlotte Street close to Citizens Bank 120x40 - $48M, Da Silva Street 140x33 - $16.8M, Section 'M' 80x50 plus reserve $14.5M Mandela Avenue by the Chinese Embassy 7 000 sq. ft $52M, Mandela Avenue business spot on land 150x65 plus reserve $75M. Phone Mr Budram 692-3831, Mr.Ramsohoye 618-0000, Mr. Alex Pereira 231-2064, 2252626, 2253-68, Mr Pereira 6237361, 225-5198, 227-6863. WE wish to advertise all land was made by the creator for different purposes. Go as high as you can to enjoy economy of height. Earl's Court LBI double lot 120 x 90 - $17M, Happy Acres parallel to the Main Road 100 x 50 - $16M, for business or 4-storey apartment land for bonds on the East Coast $28M, Kitty 8 000 sq. ft $20M, Da Silva St 70 x 35 - $14M, 9 000 sq. ft on Main Road 500 yards south of Chinese Embassy, Turkeyen 1.4 acres $38M, Campbellville 80 x 60 with lots of reserve $16M, Republic Park $16M, Continental Park double lot $35M, Croal Street 75 x 50 - $32M, 3 lots at 'AA' Eccles with massive unfinished structure $98M, plus reserve. Friendship $3.5M, Pearl 5 acres for gated community $45M neg. Phone cell 697-9377, 225-3068, 2261064, 227-6863, 227-6964, 2252626.

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APARTMENT $100 000. Keyhomes 223-1765, 615-8734. BUSINESS place $120 000. Keyhomes 223-1765, 615-8734. OFFICE space - 2500 square feet- Lamaha and Carmichael Street. Call 225-8915 (office). ONE Canteen in Land of Canaan EBD $20 000 per month. Tel. 266-5243.

EXECUTIVE houses and apartments. Contact 223-8479, 647-3768 www.spaceseek.gy ONE-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments next to UG. Tel. 680-7622. ROOMS for decent working girls or students. 670-2653, 6181706. 2-BEDROOM apartment, Vlissengen Road $45 000. Business place at D\Urban Street. Tel. 699-8490 2-BEDROOM (1 self-contained) apartment hot and cold, AC, etc. Price $90 000. Location Mon Repos ECD. Tel. 618-0626.. BUSINESS place $60 000, office space 450 000, beauty salon $60 000, internet access $50 000. Tel. 642-0636. One bedroom Furnished apartment with AC Hot & Cold shower and internet. $25 US Daily 231-6061/621-1524. U N F U R N I S H E D 2-bedroom apartments in Eccles $80 000 and $100 000. Tel. 6899222. NEWLY built one-bedroom apartment,$50 000, $70 000. Tel. 650-6231, 697-0480. ONE furnished bedroom in residential area for a single person. Tel. 227-1275 call after 18:00hrs. ONE (1) semi-furnished apartment in Subryanville, available immediately, price US$900 per month. Tel. 664-5322. ONE two-bedroom apartment at 27 Hugh Ghanie Park, Cummings Lodge, ECD. Tel. 6742639. MON REPOS: 2-bedroom house, upstairs inside toilet and bath, parking $50 000 monthly. Tel. 613-4536. FLOOD-free executive office space in the heart of Georgetown, with lots of parking available. Call 609-3899, 225-6370.

QUEENSTOWN, Peter Rose Street: Large concrete and wooden building with four selfcontained bedrooms. Vacant possession. Tel. 225-0545. QUEENSTOWN: Unfurnished three-bedroom executive apartment with all conveniences. Tel. 225-0545. LALUNI Street: Furnished executive apartment with air condition and parki n g . Te l . 6 4 2 - 0 6 3 6 . BEL Air Park, Lama Avenue: Furnished executive apartment with internet access and generator. Tel. 642-0636. ONE ground floor 104 feet x 26 feet, located on South Road, between Camp and Alexander Street. Contact 626-6909, 642-7963. CENTRALLY located 2bedroom upper flat, suitable for residence or business, -$60 000 neg. Tel. 227-1871, 646-293. TWO-bedroom fully furnished flat, Queenstown US$1500 Wills Realty - 227-2612, 223-1877, 627-8314, 655-0755. ONE concrete building suitable for business $50 000. 138 Garnett Street, Newtown Kitty. Tel. 226-2924, 613-9085. 2-BEDROOM apartment at D\Urban Street. Call between 09:00hrs and 16:00hrs. Ask for Justice - 670-9606. EXECUTIVE apartment from US$500, US$800, US$1000, $US1200 and upwards. 226-1064, 669-3350. 1-BEDROOM apartment, fully furnished long-term or short-term, 115 Thomas Street, Kitty, Georgetown. 225-0071, 674-7420. FURNISHED 3-bedroom top flat in Kitty; and 2-bedroom bottom flat in Campbellville, unfurnished 3- bedroom house in Diamond. Call 644-2099. ONE-bedroom bottom flat with hall at Kersaint Park, L.B.I., East Coast Demerara. Tel. 2205516. ONE 2-bedroom, semi-furnished, middle income apartment, Golden Grove ECD. Call 600-5550, 623-5550. 1 - SEMI-furnished house in La Parfaite Harmonie, preferably single female $35 000. Call 6957808. COMING from overseas, also interior, 4 hours, 6 hours etc - furnished apartment, 227-4792, 6569894. ONE business place as a going concern on Sheriff Street, Campbellville. Call owner for sale on 682-7733, 225-6433. APARTMENT: Master bedroom, own parking space, telephone. Located in Kitty area. Contact 220-8770, 616-0427, 689-3612.

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KINGSTON super convenient garden flat all amenities fully furnished US$550 available from December 18, 2013. Call 641-4664, 225-7211.

BEL AIR PARK - 5 bedroom executive house. Price USD $4500. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

OFFICE space at the Kalyan Shopping Mall 162-163 Lamaha Street, Georgetown. Tel. 2276681, 627-3390, 624-7436. Monthly rental $70 000.

CARMICHAEL STREET brand new executive offices . Size per unit 1650 sq ft. Price USD $2200 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

EAST Street: Public Hospital vicinity, top and bottom flats, fully grilled, air conditioned, good for doctor's office. Contact - B & G\s Realty 227-4125, 617-9717. QUEENSTOWN- Bottom flat suitable for storage bond size (1160 sq ft). Price $90,000 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. GUYSUCO Gardens E.C.D semi furnished 4 bedroom house Price USD $1400 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. ATLANTIC GARDENSFully furnished Executive 3 bedroom house. Price USD $1800. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. SUBRYANVILLE- Unfurnished 3 bedroom house can be used as office or residence. Price USD $1100. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. ECCLES E.B.D - brand new executive 5 bedroom house furnished, semi furnished or unfurnished. Price USD $3000 . Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. SHERIFF STREET SECTION K C/VILLE- Unfurnished 3 bedroom house can be rented as office. Price USD $1700. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 6436353. ENTERPRISE E.C.D - Unfurnished 2 bedroom bottom flat . Price $45,000.Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. C/VILLE close proximity to Sheriff Street - brand new 3 storey concrete building. Suitable for business, school, residence etc . Price USD $ 12,000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. QUEENSTOWN - 3 storey concrete building suitable for school. Building size 10,250 sq ft. Price USD $4500 neg . Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. SUBRYANVILLE - Semifurnished 3 bedroom house with office space on ground floor. Price USD$1350. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. QUEENSTOWN- Furnished 2 bedroom Executive top flat. Price USD $1250. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

BEL AIR GARDENS - unfurnished 4 bedroom house can be used as office or residence. Price USD $1500 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. B R I C K D A M , GEORGETOWN - office space available suitable for attorneyat-law, lawyers, agents etc. Price USD $900 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. QUEENSTOWN- Furnished 2 bedroom Executive top flat. Price USD $900. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. 3-BEDROOM wooden house $70,000, Agricola Public Road. 2 bedroom house in Diamond $90,000. Brand new 5 bedroom house in Diamond $ 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 , various business space, $100,000 Tel. 2163120(office), 667-6644. GARDEN OF EDEN: 1 - 4bedroom house on land with lots of fruit trees, 3rd house from Public Road, 90x1000 ft - $100 000 per month, rental; for sale $36M. Naresh Persaud - 225-9882, 6812499. WANTED: CONRAD BARROW'S REALTY to rent HOUSES, flats, apartment, $30 000 - $80 000 Screened prospective tenants. Secure incomes. References. TEL: 616-8262. LAMAHA Gardens US$2500, Bel Air Gardens US$1500, Ogle 4-bedroom $120 000, Ogle $80 000, Norton Street $60 000, South Ruimveldt $75 000. 611-7004, 680-2596. SPACIOUS hall, Kalyan Centre top floor 162-163 Lamaha Street Georgetown. Available for all special occasions such as birthdays. Weddings, conferences, shows, parties, etc. Tel. 227-6681, 627-3390, 624-7436. OFFICE/executive rental: Wonderful 7-bedroom property for office & residence at Atlantic Ville, East Coast Demerara. Price US$2000. Call Mr Darin 615-0069, 225-2626, 225-5198, 225-3069, 225-2709, 231-2064. THREE-bedroom, with kitchen, bath, toilet, living, dining room for three single working females, three students or small families, adults; near UG, third St., Cummings Lodge. Call 6461799, 644-9058. SMYTH Street, Georgetown: 1 large secure bond US$1800, with 3 bedrooms upper flat US$500, Bel Air Park new 2-storey house with 3 apartments ideal for company US$2500 neg. Naresh Persaud 2259882, 681-2499.

FULLY furnished 2-bedroom apartment in South, TV, AC, hot and cold, US$60 per day. Tel. 689-5877 Sisher Car Rental $6 000 per day.

PRASHAD NAGAR - furnished 2 bedroom apartments for a single person or couple. Price USD $600. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

ONE 2-bedroom upper flat, western side of McDoom Publ i c R o a d $ 4 5 0 0 0 m o n t h l y. Married couple preferred. Tel. 653-7654.

QUEENSTOWN - bottom flat suitable for office/residence. Price USD $1200. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

2-BEDROOM apartment in Bel Air Park $80 000, apartments US$600, 30 days US$50 per day, residence US$1600, 3-storey Robb Street US$5000, Phone Mr. Budram and Pereira 231-2064, 226-1064, 225-5198, 227-6863, 692-3831, 225-3068.

TWO-bedroom bottom flat US$400 in Duncan Street. Call 227-6949, 225-2626, 231-2064, 225-5198, 669-3350, 225-3068, 226-1064.

SAFFON ST CHARLESTOWN- 3 storey concrete building for general store/ storage bond. Size 15225 Sq Ft. Price USD $10,000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

Garden of Eden 1-4 bedroom house on land with lots of fruit trees. 3rd house from Public Road. 90x1, 100 ft 100,000 per month rental. For Sale 36M. 2 bedroom apartment upper flat $ 45,000 575 block X Diamond June 623-1562.

ALBERT STREET, ALBERTOWN - 3 storey concrete building. Suitable for school, embassy, office complex, call centre, medical complex, etc. Price USD $10,000 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

ONE bedroom furnished apartment, telephone, internet, parking, tiled and carpeted floor. Diamond, EBD. Available from January 1, 2014,$60,000 per month. Call: 638-3622, 6581523, 231-8567, 216-3333 after 5 pm.

FURNISHED 2-bedroom top flat and 1-bedroom bottom flat apartment, long- and shortterm and for overseas guests. Duncan Street. Contact 645-0787. REGENT STREET Store, secure ground floor 60'x10,' suitable for electronic, cell phone, computer, general or Jewellery store . Mr. Paul 231-9181, 626-1150, 118 Regent & Alexander Streets.


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24 TO LET KITTY 3 big bedrooms upstairs -80k, North Ruimveldt 3 bedrooms upstairs -55k, 2 bedrooms down 55k, Nandy Park 3-bedroom house by itself -120k neg, Hadfield St. semi -furnished 1 bedroom, light and water included -45k, Paul 655-8361, 6996811, Fabulous Homes Realty. UNFURNISHED 2-bedroom very spacious $90 000, furnished 1- 2-, & 3-bedroom, including AC, internet, parking, pool US$500, US$600, US$700. Very exquisite. Contact Alexander Pereira - 6690943 Email Louiepereira14@yahoo.com BARR Street, Kitty: 3-bedroom front house, 1 self-contained room, tub, washroom, hot and cold, 2 washrooms, 2 AC, ceiling fans in all rooms, breezy verandah and all rooms beautifuly lacquered fully grilled, private driveway for 3 vehicles. Suitable for foreigners. Call 225-3262, 678-6948. BEL Air Gardens: Unfurnished, spacious, secure and secluded, four bedrooms, one selfcontained, master with study and verandah, two bathrooms, two powder rooms, closet space, two sitting rooms, kitchen, housekeeper's apartment, multiple parking, private driveway, commercial complex nearby. Suits company executive/local diplomats. Contact 667-9367, alacar12@hotmail.com THE World #1 Realtor Miste r Terry Redford Reid 667-7812, 225-6858, 225-7164, 226-1064, 225-2626, 231-2068, 619-7945. Have the executive rental reduced by 35%,Prashad Nagar US$1000, Jacaranda Ave. Bel Air Park US$2000, Bar ima Ave Bel Air Park US$1800, Bel Ai r S p r i n g s US$1000, large bond for rental office small form US$375,10000sqftoffice space for technologybusiness, Lamaha Gardens US$1500, Lama Ave, Bel Air Park US$1800, Bel Air P a r k o n t he round about US$1000,Prashad Nagar US$1500, land from $11 million, riverside land hotels with US$35 000 month rental and office space US$40 000 month properties from $14 million. 2252626, 225-5198, 226-1064, 6232591, 669-3350= GEORGETOWN - BOND floor 3 420 sq. ft, residence/office 3 rooms, complete kitchen and water system, compound fully secured, three-bedroom fully furnished executive property in gated community, property with four self-contained bedrooms in gated community, four-bedroom fully furnished house, top flat for office with two offices and open space, fully secured, four-bedroom house, fully furnished in residential area, three-floor building for residence or office, studio apartment fully furnished, office space 900 sq. ft, South Cummingsburg two-bedroom, fully furnished 1st and 2nd floors of building. Wills Realty 2272612, 223-1877, 627-8314, 6550755, Email stanleywwills@gmail.com ANTHONY Reid BSc h a s more than 20,000 hrs in Real Estate Investment and Economic Transformation of People Economic Growth. We ha ve rental from U S $1500, in Bel Air Park, ambassador's residence in University Gardens Le Resouvenir, Lama Ave with pool, Jacaranda Ave. with large lawns US$2000, Prashad Nagar US$1000, apt. from US$700, bond 8000 sq ft, small and large office spaceupto15000sqfoot;stateofthearthotel and office complex with inc o m e o f US$40 000 monthly; 2 acres of land in the city for hotel, and any complex MainStreet 2 ½ acres US$5M, Water Stre e t 4 a cres for hotel, hotel on 5 acres of land overlooking the sea US$5M; another overl o o k i n g t h e s e a U S $ 1 . 5 M , income US$15000; riverside land residential land at LBI - $10M; Republic Park $8M, Diamond $7M, Sec. 'K' $20 M , B e l Air P a r k $ 2 5 M , G a r nett double lot $42M, Phone 225-2626, 231-2064, 2252709, 226-1064, 227-6949, 2276863, 667-7812. 619-7945.

TO LET K I N G S T O N : S pacious upper flat, 3 bedrooms, unfurnished, big yard, parking $120 000. Eccles, new apartment building, quiet area, 2-bedroom, unfurnished, parking $120 000. Subryanville, quiet and residential area, beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean, 2-storey concrete, semi-furnished, 4 bedrooms, 2 self-contained study room, guest suite, walkin pantry, spacious patio, security hut, maid's quarters, AC< parking US$2500, Eccles, residential area, 2-storey unfurnished 3 bedrooms upstairs, automatic garage, AC, parking US$2500, Campbellville, bottom flat, 2bedroom unfurnished $60 000. Nandy Park, bottom flat 2 bedroom unfurnished $65 000. Lamaha Gardens, beautiful semifurnished property, 3 bedrooms, large back patio, garage yard space US$1800, Greenfield Park gated community, 2-storey furnished, 3 bedroom, big yard large patio, US$1300. Lamaha Gardens, quiet and secure 2storey unfurnished 3 bedrooms, back patio, yard space AC US$1500, Happy Acres, 2-storey apartment building, 3 bedrooms each, fully furnished, parking US$1500 each. Call Pete's Real Estate Lot 2 George Street, W/Rust. 2272487, 226-5546, 226-9951, 2236218.

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ONE 2-storey concrete house in Grove, fully tiled, 3 bedrooms upstairs. 628-2330.

BEL Air $60M neg, Section 'K' Campbellville $38M, $45M, Diamond $10M, Little Diamond $15M, Eccles $40M. Tel. 6117004, 680-2596.

ONE four-storey building, recently constructed, suitable for mall, office complex etc in South Georgetown $85M. Wills Realty - 227-2612, 223-1877, 6278314, 655-0755.

PUBLIC ROAD KITTY: two family concrete property suitable for business Price $45million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

NORTH Road business property $80M. Call Carol 612-9785.

PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR SALE 2-STOREY corner property. Kitty. 604-7043. LAMAHA Gardens $65M. Keyhomes 223-1765, 615-8734. LE RESOUVENIR $60M. Keyhomes 223-1765, 615-8734.

TWO-storey 3-bedroom self-contained, remote gate, standby generator, in Lamaha Gardens 684-1163, 600-0944.

QUAMINA Street: Suitable for business s or residential dwelling, a bargain at $70M neg. Diana 2262256, 626-9382.

WILLIAM Street: Top and bottom flat property. Land size 100x50 Price $31M neg. Contact 661-1952, 225-5198 Ms Hercules. RESIDENTIAL Area, twostorey building on double plot. Lots of fruit trees. Ogle - Shamrock Gardens, East Coast. Contact 642-4926.

CODY'S Place and Cody's Palace at 344 and 345 East and Middle Streets, North Cummingsburg, For sale by owner only. Tel. 656-9835, 908-456-6683. RAMROOP'S Real Estate and Appraisals Enterprise with house $6M, Sister's Village, business property W.B.D. -$50M, option to rent. For all your Real Estate needs. Tel. 628-1567, 628-5738.

ONE business property in Duncan Street Bel Air Park, concrete building $45M, Mr. Budram 689-3374, 226-1064, 225-2626, 225-5198, 231-2064, 227-6949, 225-3-68, 669-3350.

KITTY business place, large concrete building with land space. Vacant possession. Tel. 225-0545. FLAT concrete 2-bedroom house located in Charity, Essequibo Coast $7M. Tel. 6534947.

LARGE concrete building bordered by 3 Main Streets in central Georgetown. Ideal for offices, school, bond, etc., 4 flats 130ft x 35 ft each, land 250ft x 50 ft. 2270190, 693-5610.

GREIA: Strathspey ECD: Flat three-bedroom concrete building $6M, Eccles two corner spots, concrete buildings $25M, Canal No. 2 two-storey 4-bedroom concrete building on 9 acres of land $25M, Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078. LOT 6 B Grant's Scheme, Craig, E.B.D. 3-room flat concrete garage, water trestle -$13 million neg. No Agents. Tel. 266-2779 after 6:00pm. ONE concrete building with land, suitable for business can also be converted into home, located at Better Hope ECD. Tel. 601-9297, 616-8193.

CHRISTMAS sale! Republic Park $80M neg, $60M neg. $55M neg, D\Urban Street $25M neg. Regent St. - $2.5MUS neg. Contact 665-7946.

BUSINESS place, Garnett Street: One fully secured ground floor. Tel. 225-0545.

3-BEDROOM house (100x50). Serious enquiries only. Tel. 670-8958.

BUILDING on double lot in Republic Park $40M, 2-storey concrete and wooden building with going business $60M, Ogle $45M. Call 645-5938. NEW Amsterdam, Coburg Street: Large four-bedroom executive building with doctor's chamber, good space. Contact Raghubir - 642-0636.

GREIA: Campbellville twostorey concrete building $50M, Atlantic Ville furnished twostorey building with generator, overlooking Atlantic Ocean $55M. Tel. 22 5 - 3 7 3 7 , 2 2 5 4398, 651-7078. GREIA Diamond EBD two storey concrete building three bedrooms top, 3 bedrooms bottom price $32 million. Covent Gardens on Public Road, $38 million. Tel. #: 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078. OGLE E.C.D 2 family concrete house upper flat 3 bedroom lower flat 2 bedroom price $56 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

ONE two-storey property situated at Lusignan Highway ECD, $28M neg. Call 225-4359, 6233443. No agents.

3 BEDROOMS: 324 Bee Hive Public Road, E.C. Demerara. Tel 621-9229.

LAND OF CANAAN- 4 bedroom concrete house just off the public road. Price $17.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

HOUSE and Land for Sale Two Storyed Wooden and Concrete House, Sixth Street Alberttown Georgetown. $35 Million Dollars Negotiable. Contact: Mr. George Teekah Tel: 231-6278 Or Dr: Thasana Teekah Tel: 626-0993

ONE concrete 2-bedroom West Ruimveldt, requires repairs 225-5198, 226-1064, 231-2064, 227-6863, 227-6949, 225-2626.

REPUBLIC Gardens New Housing Scheme Gated community situated in Peter's Hall District, East Bank Demerara.. All infrastructure are in place. Interested persons are asked to make contact at our office: 2251787 or 672-7189

DIAMOND E.B.D- Modern 2 family concrete house. Price $35 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

ONE two-storey wooden and concrete La Penitence with large reserve for computer school and any other business $12M. Phone Mr Pereira 231-2064 225-5198, 692-3831. GREIA ECCLES: Three bedroom concrete building 28M; Diamond concrete and wooden two-storey building 16M; Guyhoc Park - two-storey concrete and wooden building- 11M. Tel # 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

PRADO Ville mansion, 5 bedrooms, all self-contained AC, parking etc.:$120M neg. Serious enquiries. Call: 610-8332.

FESTIVAL City: one wooden house, needs a little repairs, selling price$16.5M. Call 225-7173, cell 684-4194.

MON REPOS E.C.D- Modern 4 bedroom concrete property inclusive of 1 master room. Price $35 million neg .Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

2-STOREY, William St - $30M, land sixe 100x50 - 669-3350, 6232591, 226-1064, 225-2626, 2255198, 225-3068, 231-2064, 2276949, 227-6368, 225-2709.

VERSAILLES: Fully furnished 5-bedroom house, all rooms self-contained, modern facilities including generator. Beautiful landscape in gated community. Tel: 592-624-8704, 592-684-9203.

BEL Air Park $60M. Keyhomes 223-1765, 615-8734.

EXECUTIVE property in Turkeyen Gardens. Serious enquiries only. TeL. 662-9771.

BUSINESS property in Bent St - $16.5M, Phone Mr. Darindra 615-0069, 226-1064, 618-0000, Mr Pereira 623-2591, 225-2626. 225-5198, 231-2064, 226-1064.

2-BEDROOM house and land in De Kindren, W.C.D. -$7M neg. Tel. 679-7691, 327-5592.

DIAMOND one two-bedroom executive concrete flat building,. Price $9M neg. Tel. 642-0636.

ONE flat concrete building 12th Avenue Diamond - $9.5M. Tel. 226-2924, 613-9085.

LARGE, fully secured wholesale business with stock and bond space, dwelling upstairs, as a going concern $62M neg. Financing can be arranged. Diana 2272256, 6269382.

ROBB Street business property, solid 3-storey concrete building US$800 000. Call Carol 612-9785.

KITTY $65 000, Campbellville $100 000, Atlantic Gardens US$900, Greenfield Park US$1300. Have properties to let or sell? Then call Diana 227-2256, 626-9382. WE have rental from US$800 in Kingston, New H a v e n , b e a u t i f u l 2-storey concrete property, 4 self-contained rooms, large den, large living room, family room, t e l e vision room, beautiful kitchen, fully air conditioned, hot and cold facilities, land space. Price US$2500, unfurnished. Bel Air Springs 2storey concrete property, master room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, family room, den, verandah, hot and cold facilities, semifurnished, security cameras, land spac e US$1500. Lamaha Gardens 2s t o r e y c o n c r e t e p r o p e r t y, f u l l y air conditioned 3 be d rooms, unfurnished US$2000, (neg). Prashad Nagar 2-storey concrete property large living area, 4 s elf-contained rooms hot and cold facilities, generat o r, u n f u r nished US$1500 neg. Camp St middle floor s u i t a b l e f o r b u sin e s s $ 1 7 5 00 0 . QUEENSTOWN: Beautiful 2-storey concrete property in perfect con d i t i o n , 4 b e d r o o m s , h o t a nd cold fac i l i ties, master room, fam i l y room, den, air-conditioned, p a r k i n g space for vehicle US$2500. Do call u s o n Tel. 2 2 5 - 6858, 225-7164, 6881885 Call Terrence 667-7812. W e a r e s i t u ated at 247 'D' Forshaw &Oronoque Sts. Queenstown.

ALBERTTOWN $31M, BB Eccles $25M East Coast $11M, AA Eccles $59.5M. Have properties to let or sell? Then call Diana 227-2256, 626-9382.

3-BEDROOM wooden building, Agricola Public Road $9M neg. Land with foundation $6.8M Tel. 2163120(office), 667-6644.

DIAMOND E.B.D- brand new Executive concrete house, upper flat 4 bedroom and lower flat 2 apartments Price $53 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. D'URBAN BACKLANDS - 3 bedroom flat house on corner lot, repairs needed Price $14 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 6857887, 643-6353. SECTION 'K' Campbellville 2-flat 3-bedroom solid building, needs some repairs $22M neg. B& G'S Realty 227-4125, 6179717.

VERSAILLES W.B.D- brand new 5 bedroom executive house with extra house lot. Price $70 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

PRASHAD NAGAR- Investment property. 3 bedroom upper flat and 2bedroom lower flat. Price reduced to $56.5 million for quick sale . Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353 GARNETTE STREET C/ VILLE- concrete building on double lot. Price $60 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353 QUEENSTOWN- Investment property on corner. Suitable for business, apartment complex, hotel or dream house etc. Land size 6500 Sq Ft.Price $85 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. ROBB STREET - close proximity to Bourda. Investment properties. Price $ 180 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. ALBERT STREET, ALBERTOWN - 3 storey concrete investment property. Suitable for school, embassy, office complex etc. Price $160 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.


GUYANA CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013 PROPERTY FOR SALE C A R M I C H E A L STREEET 2 storey wooden and concrete back building with 7 ft drive way. Suitable for office/residence. Price $23 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. LING STREET, CHARLESTOWN - 2 family wooden and concrete house, 3 bedrooms upper and 2 bedrooms lower. Price reduced to $11.5 million for quick sale. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. C/VILLE close proximity to Sheriff Street - brand new 3 storey concrete Investment Property. Suitable for business, school, residence etc. Price USD $ 1. 4 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643- 6353.

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DIAMOND E.B.D- brand new Executive concrete house, upper flat 4 bedroom and lower flat 2 apartments Price $53 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

QUEENSTOWN- 3 storey Investment Property. Currently renting as apartments and offices. Price $100,000,000 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

ONE 3 BEDROOM property in Independence Boulevard La Penitence $ 7 M g i v e a w a y, o w n l e a v i n g before Christmas. Phone 226-1064/692-3831/6232591/615-0069/225-2626.

D'URBAN BACKLANDS - 3 bedroom flat house on corner lot, repairs needed Price $14 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

SOUTH ROAD - brand new 3 storey concrete building with roof garden. Currently renting as hotel and bar. Price $115,000,000 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

N A N DY PA R K E . C . D - 2 family wooden and conc r e t e I n c o m e P r o p e r t y. Price $35 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

GREIA Subryanville ocean view property, $120 million, Campbellville two storey concrete building $45 million, Atlantic Ville overlooking the Atlantic ocean two storey concrete building with all furnishings, fittings generator, etc $62 million. Tel. #: 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

OGLE, ECD: Two properties one for $32M, and $52M good condition, no repairs. Call Pete's Real Estate, Lot 2 George St., 227-2487, 2265546. Nandy Park excellent 2storey concrete building one family with four bedrooms situated at a corner for $72M. Call Pete's Real Estate. 227-2487, 226-5546.

VERSAILLES W.B.D- brand new 5 bedroom executive house with extra house lot. Price $70 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. PUBLIC ROAD KITTY: two family concrete property suitable for business Price $45million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 6657400, 685-7887, 6436353. MON REPOS E.C.D- Modern 4 bedroom concrete property inclusive of 1 master room. Price $35 million neg .Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 6857887, 643-6353. DIAMOND E.B.D- Modern 2 family concrete house. Price $35 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. LAND OF CANAAN- 4 bedroom concrete house just off the public road. Price $17.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

SANDY BABB STREET KITTY - 2 storey wooden and c o n c r e t e I n c o m e P r o p e r t y. Price $64 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. QUEENSTOWN- 3 storey Investment Property. Currently renting as apartments and offices. Price $100,000,000 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

PRASHAD NAGAR- Investment property. 3 bedroom upper flat and 2bedroom lower flat. Price reduced to $56.5 million for quick sale . Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353 GARNETTE STREET C/ VILLE- concrete building on double lot. Price $60 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353 QUEENSTOWN- Investment property on corner. Suitable for business, apartment complex, hotel or dream house etc. Land size 6500 Sq Ft.Price $85 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. ROBB STREET - close proximity to Bourda. Investment properties. Price $ 180 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 6657400, 685-7887, 6436353. ALBERT STREET, ALBERTOWN - 3 storey concrete investment property. Suitable for school, embassy, office complex etc. Price $160 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. CARMICHEAL STREEET 2 storey wooden and concrete back building with 7 ft drive way. Suitable for office/residence. Price $23 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

NANDY PARK E.C.D - 2 family wooden and concrete Income Property. Price $35 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. SOUTH ROAD - brand new 3 storey concrete building with roof garden. Currently renting as hotel and bar. Price $115,000,000 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. OGLE E.C.D 2 family concrete house upper flat 3 bedroom lower flat 2 bedroom price $56 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

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LING STREET, CHARLESTOWN - 2 family wooden and concrete house, 3 bedrooms upper and 2 bedrooms lower. Price reduced to $11.5 million for quick sale. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. C/VILLE close proximity to Sheriff Street - brand new 3 storey concrete Investment Property. Suitable for business, school, residence etc. Price USD $ 1. 4 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643- 6353. SANDY BABB STREET KITTY - 2 storey wooden and concrete Income Property. Price $64 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

GREIA Mahaica house and land (6 acres) $9 million, Little Diamond BD two storey concrete building, $13 million, Dazzle Housing Scheme, EBD concrete building and two lots $14 million. Tel. #: 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078. GREIA South Ruimveldt 5 bedroom concrete building $30 million, Eccles concrete two storey building, $26 million, Grove EBD new concrete building $35 million, Mon Repos two storey concrete building, $28 million. Tel. #: 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078. GREIA Canal No. 2 Polder four bedroom building on 9 acres land part cultivated price, $24 million, Good Fortune WBD house and land $25 million. Tel. #: 225-3737, 2254398, 651-7078. ONE High Street 3-storey corner lot for business and office storage valued $90M reduced to $72M. Mr Darindra 615-0069, Mr Budram 692-3831, Mr Alex Periera 231-2064, Mr Ramsohoye 618-000, 225-5198, 225-2626, 227-6949, 226-1064. MASSIVE residential and business property in D'Urban Street close to Mandela Avenue for Christmas giveaway. Land in Da Silva Street 140 x 40 for $18M neg. Call Lady Jones 227-6863, 225-2626, 2253068, 225-5198, 231-2064, Mr Budram, 692-3831. MIDDLE Road La Penitence $11M, Pike St, Kitty $22M, Diamond EBD $22M neg, Guyana Variety Store and Nut Centre US$1.2M neg, West Ruimveldt $8M. Call Corretta. Tel. 697-7842, 671-6653, 231-7052. GREIA Leonora WBD large newly constructed concrete building on end land, all room self contained $50 million, Vreed-enHoop Public Road two storey, concrete and wooden building lots of land space, nice for auto sales, price $38 million. Tel. #: 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078. FABULOUS Homes Int'l, Queenstown $12M, Cemetery Road $12M, South $18M & $23M, Kitty $25M, double lot, Diamond first bridge $15M, Grove $12M, Coldingen $16M, Enterprise $12M, Paradise Public Road $12M. Land North $7M, seaside $15M neg, Herstellign $3M. Contact Theresa 648-6033. THESEare) DECEMBER bargains: Sec. 'K' $23 million, Meadow Brook $28M, and $35M, Kitty $23, Alberttown concrete massive for hotel $45M, Bel Air Park in great condition $52M, HappyAcres executive $58M, Alberttown $30M, Sec. 'M' Campbellville $34M now, Phone 225-2626, 225-5198, 227-6863, 227-6449, 225-2709, 231-2064, 226-1064, 667-7812 tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com. ONE-family, 3 self-contained rooms, in Lamaha Gardens with all modern facilities well maintained, with extra self-contained guest room US$380 000 compaired to other locations. Phone Mr Carlos Budram, Mrs Hercules, Mr Ramsahoye 6180000, 225-2626, 226-1064, 2312064, 692-3831. Mr Alysions Pereira 623-2591, Mr Darindra 615-0069, 227-6863.

LAND OF CANAAN: 1 spacious modern 3-bedroom concrete house, 3 master rooms, guest room, AC, generator, separate caretaker's apartment plus 2-bedroom flat concrete house, fully fenced in concrete, lots of fruit trees on 3 acres of land. Ideally built for a Hindu family. Price US$550 000 neg. Naresh Persaud. 225-9882, 681-2499. N E W modern Pike North Ruimveldt ranch with master room $17M, Meadow Brook Gardens $35M, Tucville concrete new $27M, Providence $25M, new ranch $13M, Bel Air Park $45M, Prashad Nagar $37M, Duncan St. $23M, Sec. 'M' Campbellville requires repairs $14M, D'Urban St. $15M, Bent St. business residence. Phone Lord Johnny Ramsohoye 225-2709, 618-0000, 227-6949, 225-2626, 2261064, 22 7 - 6 9 4 9 , 2 2 5 - 5 1 9 8 . ONE 22-rooms hotel on 3 acres of land with deck restaurant on river plus 5 miles of water way for boating sports and potential for mall. Price US$2.1M. Phone Mr Carlos Boodram, 692-3831, Mr. Patrick Pereira 226-1064, Mr Darindra 615-0069, 225-2626, 2255198, 225-2709, 227-6949, 231-2064, 669-3350. WAT E R S I D E PA R K Bush Lot Village, West Coast B e r b i c e . Va c a n t l o t s f r o m $2.6M - $+5M and lots with newly co m p l e t e d h o u s e s from $6.8M. 2-, 3- and 4bedroom homes close to race track, seashore, schools, supermarket, churches, gas station, s h o p s e t c . N O D O W N PAYM E N T : m o n t h l y, q u a r t e r l y o r h a l f -yearly instalments. R o a d s , w a t e r, e l e c t r i c i t y, phone. Regency Homes 2320107, 610-0956. GARNETT Street close to Lamaha residence $36M, one executive residence in Lamaha Gardens 4 bedrooms, 3 masters, patio to the east, open air concept kitchen to the lower portion, garden space at back to entertain 100 guests, lots of parking and security $75M neg, Be your Christmas gift. Duncan Street, Bel Air Park residence and business $45M. Phone Mr Budram, Mr Darindra 615-0069, Mr Johnny 618-0000, Mr Pereira 623-2591, 231-2064, 225-2626, 225-3068, 225-5198, EXCELLENT location DUKE Street, Kingston opposite the American Embassy. One (1) huge four storey concrete and steel building, 2 bedrooms on each flat, AC< h o t w a t e r, r e f r i g e r a t o r and stove one ach floor and fully furnished, gene r a t o r. C a n b e u s e d f o r e m b a s s y, o ff i c e , a p a r t ments or residence. Price $180M. Property being sold with all equipment and furnishings inclusive. Serious enquiries 223-8634, 646-3251, 227-0464

PROPERTY FOR SALE CALL us at Raphael's Realty, 204 Charl o t t e St . B o u r d a Te l . 2 2 5 - 8 2 4 1 , 2 2 7 - 4 9 5 0 a f ter hrs 226-7829 fax 2271537. Timehri hotel $60M, executive Ogl e $100M, $ 11 5 M , $ 1 7 0 M , D i a m o n d $21.5M, $26M, Queenstown $65M, $75M, $120M, Kitty $60M, LBI $43M, Ve r s a i l l e s $25M, Westminster WBD $24M, Republic Park $ 4 0 M , N a n dy Park $40M, South Road. 3-storey building. $220M, B r i c k dam $180M, Hop e E C D $25M, Lamaha Gardens $125M, $200M, Meadow Brook Gardens $50M, Louisa Row $44M , L amaha St Alberttown $85M, Subry a n v i l l e $ 5 0 0 M . L A N D for sale La Grange $3M, S m y t h St . $ 6 0 M , Bel Air (ECD) $42M.

25% DISCOUNT on all properties for this summer only. UG Gardens $140M, Republic Park $30M, Nandy Park 4 apartments $32M, Middle Road La Penitence land size 140 x 60 $17M, second Street Alberttown business and residence $45M, 5th St. Alberttown massive concrete $48M, Eccles $14M, Kitty Sandy Babb St. two properties on double lot $38M, Lamaha St Queenstown apartment complex $5 8 M . P h o n e V i c e P r esident 2312064, 225-3068, 2 2 7 - 6 8 6 3 , 226-1064, 227-6949, 2252626. ONE NEWLY built two flat concr e t e b u i l d i n g a t D i a mond New Scheme. The upstairs consists of two selfcontained bedrooms with built-in closets, a spacious k i t c hen, dining and living rooms along with a large verandah at the back. The lower flat has a two-bedroom apartment and a l a r g e area that c o u l d b e u s e d a s a bond or for any business. The yard has a concrete fen c e w i t h s p i k es and razor wire above i t . T h e r e is also a laundry and a generator room downstairs along with a fully tiled carport. A complete water supply is available including six tanks a n d p u m p . A s k ing price: $42M. Interested persons can contact owner at 693 2531. EXCELLENT b a r g a i n s Norton Street - $14M, Bent Street business and residence - $16M, executive Prashad Nagar mansion double lot - $85M, 8 apt. apartment complex was - $120M, now - $85M, Sec. 'K' Campbellville - $23M, Alberttown concrete 5 bedrooms - $46M, other for - $19M, and $30M, South Ruimveldt Gardens - $19M, Festival City - $14M Charlotte Street business and residenc e b y Bourda Market - $26M, Cummings Street - $34M, Meadow Brook - $28M, D'Urban Street for double lot for 5-storey - $25M, Phone Lord Alysious Pereira - 6232591, 227-6949, 225-2709, 231-2064, 2276863, 226-1064, 227-6 8 6 3 , 2 2 5 5198, 6 6 7 -78 1 2 tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com GE0RGETOWN: One five-bedroom two-family property on 50 x 80 land fully furnished, four bedrooms, fully f u r n i s h e d , p r o p e r t y i n residential area, one fourstorey building comprising 7 rooms, 5 self-contained. Six-bedroom, two-family p r o p e r t y, t o p f l a t f u r n i s h e d in residential area, one furnished hotel with restaur a n t , d i n i n g a r e a a n d b a r, two 2 flat buildings on 50x80, one two-flat concrete and wooden building with derelict building a b a c k o n 3 1 x 11 8 f t , f o u r bedroom property (2 master rooms) on large land in residential area, one 3bedroom concrete and wooden property on 50 x 80 ft land. Wills Realty 2272612, 223-1877, 627-8314, 655-0755.

PROPERTY FOR SALE BEL Air Springs, 2-flat concrete five-apartment semi-furnished building on land 77'x73' with beautiful sea view, Subryanville sea view proeprty on land 104.56'x116.9', Section 'K' Campbellville solid concrete structure needs some r e pairs $22M neg., Campbellville building and land 60'x132' - neg. George St Werken-Rust $40M neg. Waterloo Street property good for bond $45M. Norton St land and 2 buildings, $30M neg, Soesdyke land 166.00'x 131.98' $4.5M neg, Soesdyke 57.21 acres of land close to Linden Highway Junction 215'.36x8,755.2' $125M neg and many more. Call B & G\s Realty - 227-4125 or 617-9717. CORRETTA Sam's Real Estate and Property Management has the best deals on properties this Christmas: Alberttown (land) $35M, Tucville $30M, South Ruimveldt Park $21M, $25M, $32M, Continental Park $60M neg, West Ruimveldt $15M, Leonora $40M neg, Camp Street $38M, Shell Road Kitty $16M, Grove (land) $8M, Diamond (land) $4.5M, Non Pareil $13M neg, Punt Trench, La Penitence $12M neg, Camp St. $38M, Shell Road Kitty $16M, Grove (land) $8M, Diamond (land) $4.5M, Non Pareil $13M neg, Campbellville $40M neg, Prashad Nagar $80M, $65M Section 'K' Campbellville $45M neg, Lanaha Gardens $65M, Plaisance (land) $7.8M neg, Land of Canaan $16M, Charlotte St (land) $40M, Rentals Duncan St. US$600, Atlantic Gardens US$3000 (furnished), Kitty US$500, Republic Park US$1200, D\Urban St US$700, Call us now on 697-7842, 6716653, 231-7052. D E C E M BER Bargains in Guyana: Full concrete D'Urban Street business $19M, business and residence Bent Street 16M, Gordon Street business & residence $23M. Waterloo Street business and residence (new) $35M. South Road Land $36M, Charlotte Street 2 buildings 2 houses by Light $32M. Land 140 x 60 by Russian E m b a s s y $30M. Land at Turkeyen 140x60 $32M. L0 Ressovenure Land 126x60 $20M. Campbellville flat house needs repairs $13M. Section K $19M needs repa i r s , 3 s t o r e y Quamina Street for hotel US$599 000, Bel Air Park $49M Lamaha Gardens valued $85M now $ 7 0 M . R ental of ap a r t ments from US$70 0 , R e s id e n c e U S $1 2 0 0 u p w a r d s . Phone Lord Patrick Pereira 2276863, 225-2709, 227-6949, 226-1064, 669-3350. 7 days a week tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.co m NEW concrete Section 'K' $44M, 7-apartment William St. concrete building reduced from $60M to $50M, Kitty house requires. repair on 8 000 sq. ft $19M, Middle Road La Penitence $16.5M, almost Regent and Oronoque St. $36M, Charlotte Street East of Orange Walk $28M, South Ruimveldt Gardens $66M, Meadow Brook concrete $45M, executive Republic Park $48M, Lamaha Gardens 3 selfcontained $70M, Prashad Nagar 6-bedroom $58M, business 3-storey Quamina Street $85M, Bel Air Gardens on double lot $140M, Subryanville $58M, Alberttown concrete business $40M, New Haven 4 self-contained $80M, 3-bedroom new concrete Ogle $48M, Bel Air Park $52M, Croal St. 3-storey require repairs $30M, 4 lots in AA Eccles with incompl e t e c a t h e d r a l s t y l e s t ructure requires $20M to complete, plus reserve and place for lake $90M neg. , Mr. Darendra 615-0069, Vice Presiednt Alysious Pereira 6232591, Vice President Jhonny Ramsahoye 225-2709, Vice President Darindra 615-0069, 225-2626, 225-3068, 227-6863, 226-1064, 667-7812, facebook Tony Reid Realty 7 days a week 24 hours a day all holidays and all prices are negotiable.


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PROPERTY FOR SALE QUEENSTOWN: 3-storey concrete building, Price $100M. South Ruimveldt Gardens property in good condition. Price $18M. Lamaha G a r d e n s beautiful 2-storey concrete property 3 self-contained, 1 m a s t e r, l i b rary, television room, living room, upstairs back verandah, dow n s t a i r s d e n , f u l l y m a r b l e s t o n e tile, family room patio, garage parking space, for 3 cars, needs cosmetics, land space Price $ 9 0 M,O g l e b e a u t i f u l p r o p e r t y $90M,Mon Repos $36M neg, Regent St. $120M beautiful home excellent condition in Eccle s $ 5 5 M n e g , Queenstown property $100M. Do call us at Joy R e i d ' s R e a l t y. W e a r e l o cated at 247(D) Forshaw and Oronoque Streets, Queenstown. Te l . 2256858, 225-7164, 6677 812, email: joyreid.realty7@yahoo.com

FABULOUS Homes International Realty: Coldingen $14M neg, Rasville $14M neg, Enmore $8M neg, Campbellville $15M neg, Diamond 2 for 1 deal $15M neg, Cove and John 2 homes 5 bedrooms $12M, 4-bedroom $10M, McDoom Solid concrete $20M, North Ruimveldt 7-bedroom fixer upper, Nismes $6.5M, La Parfaite Harmonie $8.5M, 6-bedroom apartment (4 2-br, 2 1-br) only $21M neg), corner lot 89x80 Albouystown. Ready to go now! And many more, call Ahaziah 613-3018 25% DISCOUNT on all properties for this summer only. Sale! Sale! Sale! Business property immediately: East of Orange Walk in Charlotte Stree t $ 2 8 M , 3 storey business property in Croal Street requires repairs $32M, Bent Street almost new 2-storey business property $!6M, South Ruimveldt Gardens residence $16M, Ogle fully concrete new $49M, Tucville new $26M, Prashad Nagar executive $55M, Bel Air Park $55M, Kitty business or residence requires repairs, on 8 000 sq. ft - $19M, Forshaw old ho u s e $21M, 3-storey business close to Main Street $55M, Meadow Brook $45M, fully conc r e t e D ' U r b a n B acklands $30M, New Section 'K' $42M, Lamaha Gardens executive $68M, one ranch-style Section 'M' 3-bedroom suites for elderly $50M, fully concrete with excellent interior work, Bel Air Gardens $130M 2 3 1 - 2 0 6 4 , 225-3068, 2276863, 226-1064, 227-6949,

AGRI. EQUIP. MISC. FIAT 180-90 4x4 tractor, Fiat 110-90 4x4 tractor, Ford 7740 4WD tractors, 416 Caterpillar 4x4 L/backhoe, Cherry picker lifts 45ft, . Tel 666-2518, 6711809, 639-2789, 666-2518. DEVAANSH & Ranjah Import and Export. For all genuine truck parts and accessories new and used for Leyland, DAF, ERF Bedford Model M and TM etc from the UK, also foreign used Cummins and Perkins engine from the UK We currently have transfer boxes (power box) for 6x6 TM. Tel. 592-660-9152, 592-610-2873.

FOR SALE FOR SALE RIDGEBACK and pitbull mixed. 625-0345. ONE RZ minibus parts. Tel. 694-7906. ONE Stall in Stabroek Market Tel: 658-0115/718-757-8031. START selling water. 6237212. LIVE & plucked chicken. Tel: 650-4421, 220-9203. 1 HD Projector, 1 receiver amplifier. Contact 642-0078. CUBAN Cigars: one for $1500, box of 25 ($25000). Tel. 613-0494.

FOR SALE PURFIED WATER: DRINK EVER PURE WATER, DELIVERY. Call 442-1952, 442-1656. KOBELCO Excavator, SK 210 Mark 8, for sale. Call 667-7906, 6668570. RESTAURANT equipment; Hurricane Sundeck luxury boat with trailer, negotiable. 618-2064. WALKING freezers for sale. Sizes from 8x8 to 10x15. Contact # 223-7975, 666-2276. 3 MALE pure-bred German Shepherd 7-week-old pups. 6295289, 254-0608, after 18:00hrs. ROTTWEILER pups and mastiff mixed with Labrador. Tel. 625-0345. 4 BF Goodrich mud terrain tyres 33x10.50x15, 95% thread $220 000. Contact 223-8780, 669-3741. COMPLETE Dredge with power saw, etc, Duetz 6-cylinder and 4-cylinder. Phone 695-6169. F.G. WILSON 165 KVA generator with very low hours. 6562350. HOBART welder/generator 6-cylinder gas. Price $675 000 neg. Tel. 226-5999, 619-2525.

FOR SALE TIBETAN terrier and French poodle, mixed with Tibetan terrier puppies. Contact Miss Burke on 223-6463, 616-8005, 661-1720. PERKINS (England) 1000 series, diesel engine generator, 4-cylinder, complete with radiator (without battery). Price $800 000. Tel. 226-5999, 619-2525. CHEAPEST online vehicles, Iphones, Ipads, Galaxy S4 laptops, Tablets, clothing, footwear, cosmetics. Send link: typhoonimport@gmail.com 6262771.

FANTASTIC deals on all gent's sketchers and Go walk ladies, gents. Sizes available. Tel. 6756723 (using Duncan St, third building in Middleton Street Campbellville.

PIONEER air conditioner, split unit, 12.6 BTU and 18 000 BTU. 623-3280, 689-4372. 1 - COMPLETE sound system: over 20 pieces to go, price negotiable. Tel. 227-0761, 610-4515.

GARMIN Nuvi LM 40 GPS with life-time updates for North America. As good as new, only $65 000 Call 656-1211. CATERPILLAR set model D 343, 250 kva, 3 Ph, 415-240, 220/127v, AC 60 Hz. Call 2270190, 693-5610, 616-9727. NEW Huskey air compressor, 60 gallons $200 000 also Trek and GMC American bicycles. 668-7805. SALE ON DELL DESKTOP DUAL Core Computers. High Spec, complete with Dell LCD monitor, keyboard and mouse. Tel 691-2077. POOLS table, imported and local and accessories such as cues, balls, cloth, rubber, spot chalk, etc. Tel. 609-3311, 6144841, 220-4298. ONE Honda CRV 2000 model, one residential commercial lot located in Tuschen, WCD. Tel. 642-5051. XBOX 360 new model with games and one Beats by Dre Studios head phone (over ears). Brand new at affordable prices. Phone 671-3320, 690-2739. BLACKBERRY cell phone, 9650 model, Blackberry Bold excellent condition (like new) $12,000. 624-6464, 675-3062. Keith. AC COMPRESSORS: Hermetic air condition compressor one 24 000 BTU, two 12 000 BTU. All in good working condition. Contact 667-9367.

NIGHT OWL 8 Channels video Security kit, with 500 GB Hard Drive and 8 Night Vision Cameras. Viewable on Smartphones and tablets, Motion activated recording; contact: 6229589. CALENDARS: Calendars 2014 for your business from $8.00. Many options, 50 minimum. Hurry! Make your customers happy this Christmas. Call Alert Printing 2272679, 655-3070 G E N E R ATO R , d i e s e l 1 0 KVA Lister Petter superduty quiet, digital, portable. Ramroop Furniture Store, Lombard Street, Georgetown. 612-8879, 6782918. 1 - DeWalt circular saw, DeWalt miter saw winches, 16 light chandelier sets, 1 Dunlop CBR front tyre 120/70 ZR 17, 1 Deep cut band saw, two foreign-used six-cylinder engines. Call 673-9501. CHRISTMAS SALE, Furniture and appliances micro fiber sofa sets real cheap, world pool washer, driers, double door fridges, 6 burners stoves, microwaves, Samsung TV, Sony TV, all sizes lowest prices on the market everything new. Call Aaron 622-3934. CELL phones accessories with warranty, wholesale, and retail unbeatable prices: screen protector, charger, ear phones, batteries, cases, memory cards, flash drive, etc. Contact 649-5232. ONE stand-up freezer (Kenmore), new, 27 cubic $320 000, one tyre changer with electronic wheel balancer (Snapon), Snapon diagnostic kit, one 3 000 watt power tech generator. Tel. 669-4727, 6838990, 669-4727. 580C Hymac: Brazilian, MF 290; Ford 6600 tractor; 24 disc tatu chipper; 20 disc tatu chipper; 28 disc Baldan Rome plough; 3 disc, MF plough; one irrigation pump; one cyl, 6Hp Lister. Tel. 676-6630, 616-9402.

2x4 TOYOTA Hilux, minor body works, MF 135 tractor. Tel. 6273483, 614-0123.

ONE double cab Nissan Pickup $700 000 neg. Tel. 233-0591, 6676644, 216-3120(office). ONE Toyota Carina 212, silver gray, very good condition (Private). Price $1.25M neg. Contact 626-3371.

ONE Silver Honda CRV PMM series, year 2001, $3M neg. Tel. 641-5670, 677-7666. 1 - TOYOTA Hilux Surf Extra Cab 5L diesel pickup -excellent condition. 656-2350.

1 - 2012 HONDA RR 600 motorcycle, like brand new. Contact 682-0384. BULBS 110 volts energy saver, 13 watts bright like 60 watts; we give warranty $500 each wholesale; we also have beautiful LED lights. Check us out at Azelea Store, 111 Regent Road, Bourda. Call 623-0290 or 619-7211.

PERKINS 4-cylinder engine (4236) factory rebuilt, beaded with radiator, original starter, oil and water temperature gauge, key start, etc. Very powerful, never used in Guyana. Contact 604-5819.

OUTBOAND ENGINE 1 Yamaha 4-stroke 75 Hp. Tel. 6429974 Rabin.

1 - TOYOTA Tundra in excellent condition. 623-1355.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

REGIUS 10-seater bus, BMM 1832 in perfect condition. Tel. 614-2878.

NEW ASCO 200 amps and 100 amps automatic change-over switch, 2 New Q see bullet 1080 TV lines camera, 1 Speco technologies 1080 TV lines, HD Dome camera, 1 Bosch 16-channel DVR 600 series. Tel. 694-7817, 612-1351.

RESTAURANT equipment: I BK pressure fire. Tel. 642-9974, Rabin

2 LEYLEND Daf hauler truck. 656-2350.

TOYOTA Hilux 4x4, fully loaded. Phone 227-4357 09:00hrs - 16:00hrs.

PAINTS, paints, paints: top brands American and Canadian made paint for concrete, wood, metal, floor, ceiling, and anti rust. Starting from $1 900 up per gal. Contact 623-0290 or 270-4650.

CREOLE birds, chicks, eggs. Lot 1 L'Oratoire, Canal No. 1 WBD. Call 655-1284.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

EXCAVATOR booms long and short for CAT 3IL and 320 machines. 656-2350.

MASSEY Ferguson parts, Perkins engines, tractor's complete front, gear box, square back leg and many more Bedford 330 and 500 engine, spring, gear box and many more. Tel. 339-3608.

SITTING room chairs: $30 000, and one long carpet. Tel. 223-4649, 668-5449, 2235033.

HOUSEHOLD articles such as TVs, beds, AC units, cupboards, dining tables, wall divider, etc. Tel. 699-8490.

1 - DINING table with 4 chairs, 2 stereos floor and table models, need repairs. 4 good speakers, Singer electric sewing machine needs servicing. Call 226-8901.

ONE 6-cylinder Perkins engine bedded $850 000, one model 'M' bush truck equipped with winch $5M, one 1992 320 CAT excavator bought in the U.S. over a year ago $9M neg. Tel. 602-5755, 670-8548.

GLIDER rocking chairs, wooden mouldings and spiral spindles. Tel. 680-3787, 6912147.

TIBERTAN Terrier: 10 weeks old, fully vaccinated, and dewormed. Tel. 617-9476, 6604003.

FOR SALE ONE Honda welder generator 350 KVA on wheels, 4-cylinder engine. with welding cable Lot 184 Lance Gibbs Street Queenstown opposite the Police Station. Tel. 6567747, 226-8851.

I RZ bus 3Y engine, PJJ series; 1 Hilux Surf 4x4 3Y engine, PHH series. Call 610-0514. AT 192 Carina; AE 100 Corolla. Contact City Taxi Service 660-1100. ONE new model 4x4 Nissan Titan, fully loaded. Tel. 604-3993. COROLLA Axio $2 850, Spacio PRR series $2.1M, CRV PJJ $1.7M. 697-0294. TOYOTA RAV-4 2002 model, PNN series. Contact owner on. 6507875. Serious enquiries only. MAZDA RX8 leather interior, fog lights, spoiler, 18-inch alloy rims, $1.8M neg. Tel. 220-0170. ONE Pitbull BNN 5229, in immaculate condition. Priced to sell. 697-7128, 626-5869. AE 110 Sprinter $1.1M, 1 AT 212 Carina, mags, remote start, music, ac, price $1.1M. Tel 639-9914., 655-7839.

HONDA Rebel motorcycle 250cc, CG 9341 $550 000 very clean, Harley Davidson 1350cc motorcycle CG 9335 $2.2M neg, Honda Falcon motorcycle 400cc CF 8636 $500 000 neg. New Samsung Galaxy Tablet 2, 10.2-inch, $80 000. 673-7734.

2 TOYOTA AE 91 Sprinter, in immaculate condition. Tel. 623-1300. Price neg.

HONDA Ruckus, Apple Laptop/Ipads, Crown/QSC Amps, drive racks, Celestion/RCF speakers, projectors, Iphone 5/55, Canon,/Nikon SLR cameras, Bluray Players, jugglers, mixers, PS3 Wii. Tel. 226-6432, 623-2477.

TOYOTA Ceres AE 100 good working condition, reasonable offer accepted. Tel. 601-0225.

AMERICAN clothing, designer brands such as Jessica Howard, Jessica Simpson, Vince Camuto etc from $1 000 - $12 000. Retail as well as wholesale, 126 Thomas St,, Kitty between Alexander and Lamaha Streets. Tel. 680-2177. LIVING or farming on a white sand area such as Soesdyke, Linden Highway? Your garden wouldn't grow anything because of poor soil. Don't worry help is at hand. We have 100% organic soils suitable for seed trays, boxes, window boxes, greenhouse or shade houses, plant pots, or in large quantities for farm, large or small or high way sands. Results guaranteed. Quantities in 25, 55 or 100, 16-bags, also by the ton/2240 lb at affordable prices. Contact 2615366, 618-6643, 688-0639. RECENTLY opened Azelea top brand Store at 111 Regent Road, Bourda, Georgetown. We have Aeropostal, American Eagle, Calvin Klein, Hollister, Guess, Abercombe and Fitch, American exchange, H.M., Forever 21, Nike, Addias, Lockers, etc.; original brands at unbeatable prices. Contact 619-7211.

NISSAN Wing Road 2005 model, PRR series, fully loaded. 645-6966.

MAZDA 3, TV, DVD, back up camera, mags, fully loaded, price $2.4M neg. Tel. 658-5097. 653-5174. ONE AT 212 new model, AC, alarm, mags. Tel. 625-7416, 2278659. TOYOTA Corona good for parts engine and body. Asking $119 000. Phone 677-2732. TOYOTA G-Touring Wagon AC, mags, music, roof rack, alarm. Tel. 618-8040. TOYOTA Starlet EP 82, PGG 5751 Call Timothy 642-6628, or Mark 618-8696. Price $500 000 neg. ONE Toyota Starlet EP 82 15" racing rims, AC<alarm, CD deck, fully powered. Price neg. 618-5509. ONE G-Touring Wagon, AC, mags, music in excellent condition, price negotiable. Tel. 622-7573. TOYOTA Alteeza, PNN, HID, LED, body kit, alarm. P r i c e $ 2 . 4 M . Te l : 6 0 0 - 0 8 1 4 . ONE Toyota 2007 Axio, late PRR series, fully loaded; one unregistered Allion, fully loaded. 6481000. 1 - MAZDA 3, excellent condition, owner migrating. Contact 677-1940, 621-4601.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

NEW model Raum in excellent condition. Price $1.7M neg. Tel. 625-6397.

LEYLAND Daf truck with hyab. Tel.. 626-5706.

1 RZ minibus in excellent condition with mags and music. Tel. 625-6397. Price $1M neg.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

15 SEATER pitbull minibus, BPP series. Call 644-2099. TOYOTA Tacomas "WARN" winch. 233-2488.

AT 212 new model car, in excellent condition with AC and music. Price $1.3M neg. Tel. 6256397.

ONE AE 91 Toyota Sprinter in very good condition. Price $550 000 neg. Tel: 225-8593, 668-3712. TOYOTA Ceres PGG series lady-driven, good condition. Owner leaving country. Call 6647525. HILUX Solid Axle pickups, AC, 33x12.50 MT tyres, unregistered, in excellent condition.Spares available. Call 691-2077. TRACTOR just arrived from Canada MF 285, $2.5M, 265 - $2M, MF 165 - $1.8M, 135 - $1.3M, Pick up $1.5M. Tel. 682-5230, 628-9596. AT 170 Carina, automatic, good condition. Any reasonable offer, $450 000 and above. Call 619-1047, 672-6670, 604-7232. AE 110 SPRINTER: mint condition, PHH series 100,000, km hardly used. Call 617-9507. $980 000 neg. BMW 320 CARS, open and enclosed canter trucks with lift, and 4x4 Super cab pick up - 61 Dennis St., Campbellville. 2270190, 693-5610, 616-9727. 2002 TOYOTA Fielder, PNN 8657, brand new tires, rims, shocks, and lift kit, $2.0M neg. Tel. 266-2779, 661-3353. LEXUS 350 fully loaded, excellent condition, AC< CD player, TV, 6-disc changer. Phone 2274357, 09:00hrs - 16:00hrs. TOYOTA Dyna long base canter truck in excellent condition, $1.5M neg. Tel. 692-4736, 253-3426. HILUX Diesel Turbo. Price $2.5M or offer. Contact 220-8770, 616-0427, 6893612. TITAN at a giveaway price. Fully loaded. Contact 220-8770, 616-0427, 689-3612. TACOMA plus 2, V6 automatic, fully loaded. Price $1.695M or offer. Contact 2208770, 616-0427, 689-3612. 2 - PREMIOS unregistered, 1 Allion registered, all excellent condition. Contact Leonard - 226-9316, 6171505, 673-8451. HILUX Solid Diff, not used in the country before, bargain, must be seen. Price $2.5M or offer. Contact 220-8770, 616-0427, 689-3612. 4-RUNNER very clean, drives very well, fully loaded. Price $1.295M or offer. Contact 220-8770, 616-0427, 689-3612. 192 in very nice condition, bargain. Price $890 000. Contact 220-8770, 616-0427, 689-3612. TOYOTA GNN series, lift hand drive, extra cab Hilux in good working condition. 222-2394.


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Blueberry Hill, Eagles register big wins ... From back page Coomacka 7-1 eventually, as Deon Charter got goals in the 6th, 25th and 49th minutes while other goals came from Leonard Johnson in the 37th

and 41st, Dillon Charter in the 82nd and Allister Johnson in the 88th , while the lone strike for Coomacka came from Darwin Daw in the 63rd minute. If what took place in the opening matches in the inaugural championship is anything to go by, then football fans are in for a Christmas treat. Among those at the opening were UDFA president Sharma Solomon, G u y a n a F o o t b a l l F e d e r-

ENGLISH Doncaster 07:55 hrs Corkage 08:25 hrs Clondaw Hero 09:00 hrs Karinga Dancer 09:35 hrs Robbie 10:05 hrs Royal Irish Hussar 10:40 hrs Tahiti Pearl 11:15 hrs Baile Anrai SOUTHWELL 08:05 hrs George Benjamin 08:35 hrs Alpha Tauri 09:10 hrs Mishrif 09:45 hrs Stoney Quine 10:20 hrs Alfaayza 10:55 hrs Crow Down 11:30 hrs Mediterranean Sea CHELTENHAM 08:10 hrs Vicenzo Mio 08:40 hrs Shutthefrontdoor 09:15 hrs Eastlake 09:50 hrs Kings Palace 10:25 hrs Double Ross 11:00 hrs Zarkandar 11:35 hrs Salubrious IRISH RACING TIPS Fairyhouse

ation president Christopher Matthias, Georgetown Football Association president Burnett, Outdoor Events manager of Banks DIH Mortimer Stewart. Banks DIH Public Communications Manager Troy Peters and Linden Branch Manager of Banks, Shondell Easton. This competition continues next Tuesday at the MSC ground in Linden with another double-header.

08:00 hrs Abbyssial 08:30 hrs Upazo 09:05 hrs Hurricane Sky 09:40 hrs Malt Gem 10:15 hrs Mozoltov 10:50 hrs Suntiep 11:25 hrs Kate Appleby Shoes FRENCH RACING TIPS Deauville 08:20 hrs Vrotos 08:50 hrs Ostourah 09:20 hrs Atomos 09:50 hrs Saint Lambert 10:22 hrs Special request 10:51 hrs Julie Clary 11:25 hrs Argante AMERICAN RACING TIPS Aqueduct Race 1 Dance I Can Race 2 Much Stronger Race 3 Cavu Race 4 Gone Country Race 5 Zivo Race 6 Sportswriter Race 7 Half Nelson Race 8 Percussion Race 9 Missed Count


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Smith ton wrests control back from England By Nick Mulvenney PERTH, Australia (Reuters) Australia’s Steve Smith scored a brilliant century to help wrest control of the third Ashes Test back from a revitalised England on a sweltering opening day at the WACA yesterday. The hosts, who will recapture the urn with victory in Perth after winning the first two Tests, looked in real trouble when the dismissal of George Bailey before tea reduced them to 143 for five. Smith and wicketkeeper Brad Haddin, however, put on 124 for the sixth wicket with circumspect and, occasionally, aggressive innings that contrasted sharply with the cavalier efforts of their team mates and Australia reached the close on 326 for six. They were separated when Haddin, who has scored half-centuries in all four innings in the series, spooned the ball to James Anderson at midwicket off the bowling of Ben Stokes for 55 an hour before stumps. Smith reached his second Test century, however, and will resume today on 103 not out with Mitchell Johnson, unbeaten on 39. “Yeah, it was nice,” Smith told reporters. “Obviously under a bit of pressure there, losing a few wickets in the middle but ... hopefully we’re in a decent position.

… England toil at scorching Perth after good start

“If we start well tomorrow, we can post a really good score.” England were left ruing a missed opportunity to take control of the Test and bowling coach David Saker was disappointed his paceman had let Australia off the hook by not bowling a consistent length. “No doubt we let it slip,” he said. “It’s probably not the first time this series as well we’ve had them on the ropes to a degree and we haven’t finished the job.” After losing the toss for a third successive match and the chance to bat on what looked like an excellent surface, the tourists initially responded to their do-or-die situation with their sharpest display of the series to date. A u s t r a l i a ’s b a t s m e n looked intent on piling on the runs as quickly as possible they were scoring at five an over at one stage - but also contributed to their own demise with rash strokes. David Warner’s attempted cut only to be caught at point for 60 would contend for the softest dismissal of the day but Bailey (seven) also came close to claiming the honours with a hook that saw him hole out on the boundary. Captain Michael Clarke (24) will also be disappointed with the shot that led to his

departure just before lunch, a wicket which followed the run-out of opener Chris Rogers (11) and dismissal of Shane Watson (18) in the first hour. DANCED A JIG England spinner Graeme Swann, under pressure after disappointing displays in

son well in the slips before accounting for dangermen Clarke and Warner with his bowling. Seamer Stuart Broad took the wickets of Watson and Bailey and England, if not in charge, certainly had the upper hand at a ground where they have not won since 1978. Smith had already signalled his intent with a big six to get off the mark, however, and when he was joined by Haddin, Australia’s rearguard was in place. While Smith played his scoring shots almost exclusively to the on side, Haddin favoured off but they both brought up their half-centuries from 76 balls with five fours and two sixes. With the temperatures out in the middle now exceeding 40 degrees Celsius, the pair forced England to labour long into the

extended final session under the blazing Perth sunshine. “It was a pretty tough part of the game,” said Smith. “They’d taken a few wickets and were pretty high so to dig through there, and get through a few of their big bowlers’ spells and cash in late in the game, that was the plan.” Haddin had performed his country a similar service on the first day of the series opener in Brisbane, coming in with Australia at 132 for six and rescuing the innings with a gritty 94. After he had finally departed to shatter the late afternoon torpor that had descended on the ground, Smith reached his century with a sublime pulled four off a short ball from Stokes and danced a jig in celebration. England’s hopes of another breakthrough were thwarted by

a 59-run partnership between Smith and the obdurate Johnson, the bowling hero of the first two Tests. “It’s probably about even,” said Smith. “The wicket’s pretty good, hopefully we can cash in in the morning, get 400, 450 and really be able to set the game up from there.” (Editing by Ed Osmon)

SCOREBOARD AUSTRALIA first innings C. Rogers run-out 11 D. Warner c Carberry b Swann 60 S. Watson c Swann b Broad 18 M. Clarke c Cook b Swann 24 S. Smith not out 103 G. Bailey c Pietersen b Broad 7 B. Haddin c Anderson b Stokes 55 M. Johnson not out 39 Extras: (lb-5, w-3, nb-1) 9 Total: (for six wickets, 87 overs) 326 Fall of wickets: 1-13, 2-52, 3-106, 4-129, 5-143, 6-267. Bowling (to date): Anderson 17-444-0 (w-1), Broad 17-1-78-2 (w-1), Bresnan 21-4-72-0, Stokes 14-252-1 (w-1, nb-1), Swann 17-0-71-2, Root 1-0-4-0.

D’Edward routs Bath for 30, to take Norman Singh Memorial title Steven Smith celebrates his hundred on the first day of the third Test in Perth. the Brisbane and Adelaide defeats, made a significant contribution by catching Wat-

D’EDWARD Cricket Club last Sunday became the inaugural champions of the Berbice Cricket Board-organised Norman Singh Memorial second division T-20 competition, after brushing aside Bath in the final. In the match which was played at the Bath ground, D’Edward won the toss, chose to bat first and were given a start of 34 runs from four overs before Devendra Lalsa fell to Vinod Ramjattan for 21. The other opener Lakeraj Sookra continued with former Berbice all-rounder Eon Abel and together they put on another valuable 27 before Ravi Gossai picked up three consecutive wickets including Sookra for 19, to reduce them from 61 for 1 to 77 for 4 in the 10th over. Abel fell shortly after for 17 at 79 for 5 and after that, their captain Jaipaul Heeralall took charge, putting on 25 much-needed runs with Azim Inshan (9) for the 6th wicket and then 16 more with Brian Roopnarine (1) for the 7th wicket.

Heeralall ended unbeaten on 27 which included two sixes to see D’Edward to 128 for 7 from their 20 overs, with Hoolsarran Lalsa also not out on 7 against the bowling of Gossai who took 3 for 24 and Ramjattan’s 2 for 24. When Bath began their run chase any hopes they might have had were dashed very early when Christian France picked up three quick wickets, one in the first and two in the third overs, to leave them on 8 for 3. Abel ensured there was no respite, when he snared a quick wicket, while France added another in his third over to leave Bath shakily placed on 11 for 5. Bath’s efforts to stage a slight recovery faltered as their batsmen struggled to come to grips with the bowling and they were dismissed for a paltry 30 in 14.1 overs, with Ramjattan topscoring with 8. France took 4 for 7 and Navin Rampersaud 2 for 11, while there was a wicket each for Abel, Devendra Lalsa and Brian Roopnarine (1 for 0), and while France uplifted the Man-of-the-Match spoils, D’Edward took home the winning trophy and $20 000 while Bath received $10 000.

Sri Lanka secure Twenty20 victory SRI Lanka saw off a spirited run chase from Pakistan to claim victory by 24 runs in yesterday’s Twenty20 international at Dubai International Cricket Stadium After Kusal Perera’s 84 helped Sri Lanka post 211 for three from their 20 overs - their third-highest T20 score - victory appeared a formality when Pakistan were reduced to 85 for seven in the 11th over of their reply. Yet Pakistan refused to go quietly and produced a fine end to their innings, with Sohail Tanvir (41) and Saeed Ajmal (20) combining for a 63-run ninth-wicket partnership to bring Sri Lanka’s imposing total to within touching distance. However, they had left themselves too much do and Ajmal’s demise in the final over spelled the end of their hopes as Sri Lanka levelled the two-match series at 1-1 to retain their place at the top of the T20 world rankings. Sri Lanka’s impressive total was underpinned by a fine effort by opener Perera, who hit five fours and four sixes as he stayed at the crease for the entire innings, although he was run-out attempting a quick single off the final

ball of the final over. Fellow opener Tillakaratne Dilshan contributed 48 before he was dismissed by Ajmal after the century partnership had been brought up, while Seekkuge Prasanna enjoyed a lively cameo, smashing two sixes and two fours off eight balls before he was out for 21, also to Ajmal. That was the cue for Kumar Sangakkara to come to the crease, and he was similarly ruthless as he raced to 44 not out from just 21 deliveries before the overs ran out. Pakistan’s reply got off to a poor start when Ahmed Shehzad went for eight, but fellow opener Sharjeel Khan did better, amassing eight boundaries - three of them sixes - as he raced to 50 before falling to Prasanna. That left the score 83 for four - Mohammad Hafeez (seven) and Sohaib Maqsood (15) having failed to fire - but it soon got worse with Umar Akmal, Umar Amin and Bilawal Bhatti all departing for ducks in quick order to reduce Pakistan to 85 for seven. Shahid Afridi (28) steadied the ship before Tanvir and Ajmal mounted their spirited late fightback, but Sri Lanka had enough in reserve to wrap up the win. (PA Sport)


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Australia’s Clarke bags top ICC awards (REUTERS) - Michael Clarke was named ICC Cricketer-ofthe-Year yesterday with the Australia captain also bagging the Test Player-of-the-Year award after a stellar season with the bat. Sri Lankan Kumar Sangakkara, who won both honours last year, has been named ODI Cricketer-of-the-Year, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said in a statement. Promising Indian top order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara was named ICC Emerging Cricketer-of-the-Year. “I was very surprised, to be honest, I think probably because there are so many guys who are playing so well around the world at the moment,” Clarke

Australia may have had a difficult 2013 but Michael Clarke emerged with the Cricketer of the Year and Test Cricketer of the Year awards.

told Cricket Australia website (www.cricket.com.au). Clarke was the world’s leading run-scorer in the voting period which included the team’s 4-0 drubbing in India and 3-0 Ashes loss in England. “I’d swap it for the team to have success, that’s for sure,” said Clarke, who has led from the front as Australia inched closer to regaining the urn by racing to a 2-0 lead in the ongoing return Ashes series. Clarke amassed 1 559 runs in the voting period averaging 70-plus with the help of five hundreds, two being double-centuries. The 32-year-old right-hand batsman said he wanted to get

Blow for Man United as van Persie ruled out for a month LONDON, England (Reuters) - Robin van Persie will play no part in Manchester United’s busy holiday programme after being ruled out for a month with a thigh injury, manager David Moyes said yesterday. With U n i t e d t r y i n g t o claw back the damage of a poor first round of the Premier League season, starting at Aston Villa tomorrow, the Dutchman’s absence is a big blow, especially as they have not won in the Premier League without him. “Robin van Persie is out for a month. He picked up a thigh strain in taking a corner kick which led to the goal (against Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday),” Moyes told a news conference. van Persie, who has scored seven goals in 11 Premier

Robin van League matches this season, only returned from a groin injury in last weekend’s 1-0 home defeat by Newcastle United, a result that left them in ninth place, 13 points behind leaders Arsenal. “It’s unfortunate because I think if you look at our record

Persie with Wayne Rooney and Robin in the team, it is actually very good and we have not had them for quite a period recently,” Moyes said. Responsibility will now fall to Rooney who has been in great form this season despite United’s problems and

who is edging towards Bobby Charlton’s club-scoring record of 247. Rooney will clock up 500 first-team appearances (including with Everton) tomorrow and Moyes thinks that, at 28, the England international is getting better. “There are big things ahead for Wayne and some big targets ahead - he can break Sir Bobby’s record,” Moyes said. “As he gets older, he’s adaptable and such a good football player. If he gets older and loses his pace, he can play a bit deeper. There are some fantastic legends around this club and Wayne has got a chance of turning out as one of them. “He’s been in the game a long time already but is someone who can go on and play many, many more games.”

GCA/Noble House Seafoods due to continue today CRICKET action in the Georgetown Cricket Association-organised, Noble House Seafoods-sponsored second division two competition is expected to continue today, weather permitting, with four matches in the two zones, commencing at 1030hrs. At the Guyana National Industrial Corporation ground, the home team will battle with the University of Guyana, while Everest Cricket Club and Transport Sports Club will meet at the Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) ground, with both matches being Zone ‘A’ fixtures.

In Zone ‘B’, defending champions Georgetown Cricket Club will face Third Class at Everest and at the Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO) ground on Woolford Avenue, Demerara Cricket Club will face the host team. Meanwhile, the GCA is informing all clubs both first and second division levels that play in all competitions run under their auspices will take a recess for the Christmas season after this weekend round of matches and is scheduled to resume on January 11 2014 weather permitting.

even better to establish himself among the greats of the game. “It’s an honour to have won this award this year, but if I want to become a great player, I need to make sure I’m scoring runs and helping this team win games for a few more years to come.” Richard Kettleborough of England won the top umpire’s award while New Zealand captain Suzie Bates was named the Women’s ODI Cricketer-ofthe-Year. List of winners: Cricketer-of-the-Year (Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy) - Michael Clarke (Australia) Test Cricketer-of-the-Year Michael Clarke (Australia) Women’s ODI Cricketer-

of-the-Year - Suzie Bates (New Zealand) ODI Cricketer-of-the-Year Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) Emerging Cricketer-ofthe-Year - Cheteshwar Pujara (India) Associate and Affiliate Cricketer-of-the-Year - Kevin O’Brien (Ireland) Twenty20 International Performance-of-the-Year - Umar Gul (Pakistan) T20I Women’s Cricketer-of-the-Year - Sarah Taylor (England) Spirit-of-Cricket Award - Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) Umpire-of-the-Year (David Shepherd Trophy) - Richard Kettleborough.

Schafer offered new contract to coach Jamaica

Winfired Schafer is currently in his homeland, Germany, and is expected to return to Jamaica by January 15. KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) -The man who led Cameroon to the African Nations Cup, Winfried Schafer, has been asked to stay-on as head coach of Jamaica’s national football team. Schafer, whose original short term contract expired in October, has been asked to remain at the helm of the Reggae Boyz and lead them to the 2018 World Cup. Schäfer was initially appointed for a four-month period in an effort to rescue Jamaica’s 2014 World Cup campaign but the Reggae Boyz finished at the bottom of the hexagonal and have missed out on football’s greatest showpiece to be staged in Brazil next year. “The response from corporate Jamaica has been very encouraging,” said president of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Captain Horace Burrell. “We have submitted our contract to him (Schäfer), and he has said that he wants to have it properly vetted by his lawyers, which is his right.” The JFF’s new offer to Schafer follows reports in October the German coach has been presented with four offers from teams located in CONCACAF, African and European regions. Captain Burrell says the JFF has sought help from Corporate Jamaica to fund a long-term contract for Schafer who has guided the Reggae Boyz in six matches - four World Cup qualifiers and two friendlies - amounting to three draws and three losses. However the JFF would have to wait until the New Year to know if Schafer would accept the contract. Schafer is currently in his homeland, Germany, and is expected to return to Jamaica by January 15, 2014. “He (Schäfer) has asked for the holiday period to be with his family and have the contract reviewed,” said the JFF president. “We are hopeful that we will be able to sign off when he returns.”


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New Zealand dismantle Windies by innings and 73 runs NEW Zealand’s long wait for a Test win arrived in unseemly haste as they dismantled the West Indies by an innings and 73 runs at the Basin Reserve. A heady third day of the second Test saw the West Indies lose 16 wickets for 210 runs as they crumbled to a third innings-defeat in four Tests. As with two humblings in India last month, their substandard batting was exposed - this time by the swing and seam of an outstanding New Zealand attack. Trent Boult led the way with match figures of 10-80, becoming the 14th Black Cap to take 10 wickets in a Test. They were the best figures by any New Zealand left-arm seamer. He recorded a career-best 6-40 as the tourists crumbled for 193 in their first innings. Trailing New Zealand’s 441 by 248 runs, they were asked to follow on but offered similarly limp resistance in being skittled for 175 inside

Trent Boult leads New Zealand off the field after their innings victory on the third day of the second Test. They lead 1-0 heading into the third and final Test starting 55 overs. in Hamilton on Thursday. It hands New Zealand their There was no prospect of first win since November last the West Indies repeating their year and sets them up for a first gigantic rescue act from the first series triumph against a major Test in Dunedin last week, when cricket-playing nation since they also followed on. their 2-0 home win over the Only openers Kieran PowWest Indies in 2006.

ell (36) and Kirk Edwards (35) looked comfortable while Shivnarine Chanderpaul (31 not out) offered late resistance as the lower order capitulated around him for the second time yesterday. The second innings wickets were shared between Boult (4-40) and fellow-seamers Tim Southee (3-24), Neil Wagner (2-67) and Corey Anderson (1-29). For sheer impact, it was hard to look past 24-year-old Boult, whose lusty 38 not out at No.11 with the bat and a spectacular diving catch to remove Denesh Ramdin were highlights of a compelling all-round performance. He dominated the first hour yesterday, taking five wickets in the space of 15 balls with his lively inswing after the tourists resumed at 4-158. The last four batsmen were all clean-bowled for ducks, allowing New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum to enforce the follow-on.

NEW ZEALAND first innings 441 (R. Taylor 129; T. Best 4-110) WEST INDIES first innings (o/n 158 for four) K. Edwards c Rutherford b Anderson 55 K. Powell lbw b Southee 21 D.M. Bravo c Fulton b Anderson 4 M. Samuels c wkpr Watling b Boult 60 S. Chanderpaul c Anderson b Boult 6 N. Deonarine c Taylor b Boult 22 D. Ramdin not out 12 D. Sammy b Boult 0 S. Shillingford b Boult 0 T. Best b Boult 0 S. Gabriel b Southee 0 Extras: (lb-8, w-1, nb-4) 13 Total: (all out, 49.5 overs) 193 Fall of wickets: 1-46 (Powell), 2-67 (Bravo), 3-103 (Edwards), 4-119 (Chanderpaul), 5-175 (Deonarine), 6-182 (Samuels), 7-182 (Sammy), 8-188 (Shillingford), 9-188 (Best) Bowling: Boult 15-5-40-6; Southee 15.5-2-58-2 (w-1); Wagner 7-1-37-0 (nb-4); Anderson 7-1-20-2; Sodhi

3-1-18-0; Williamson 2-0-12-0 WEST INDIES second innings (following on) K. Edwards c Williamson b Southee 35 K. Powell b Southee 36 D.M. Bravo c wkpr Watling b Wagner 0 M. Samuels c Anderson b Southee 12 S. Chanderpaul not out 31 N. Deonarine b Boult 12 D. Ramdin c Boult b Anderson 19 D. Sammy lbw b Boult 0 S. Shillingford c Taylor b Wagner 1 T. Best c Fulton b Boult 21 S. Gabriel b Boult 0 Extras: (lb-6, w-1, nb-1) 8                  Total: (all out) 175 Fall of wickets: 1-74 (Powell), 2-75 (Bravo), 3-85 (Edwards), 4-94 (Samuels), 5-117 (Deonarine), 6-146 (+Ramdin), 7-147 (Sammy), 8-148 (Shillingford), 9-175 (Best) Bowling: Boult 12.5-2-40-4; Southee 11-2-24-3; Wagner 17-267-2 (nb-1); Anderson 11-1-29-1 (w-1); Williamson 3-1-9-0.  

Gilchrist inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame THE International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday inducted Adam Gilchrist into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame, during the tea interval of the third Ashes Test match between Australia and England at the WACA. Gilchrist received his commemorative cap from Cricket Australia Chairman and ICC Director Wally Edwards, in front of a large and appreciative crowd as England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Chairman and ICC Director Giles Clarke, WACA Chairman and Vice-President Sam Gannon, and WACA President and ICC Cricket Hall of Famer Dennis Lillee looked on. Gilchrist has become the 71th male member of the Hall of Fame, and is the second

2013-14 inductee to be announced after Waqar Younis. After Richie Benaud, Allan Border, Don Bradman, Greg Chappell, Ian Chappell, Neil Harvey, Dennis Lillee, Ray Lindwall, Rodney Marsh, Keith Miller, Bill O’Reilly, Steve Waugh, Victor Trumper, Clarrie Grimmett, Frederick Spofforth, Alan Davidson, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne, Gilchrist is the 19th male Australia cricketer to be inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. Gilchrist, who was born in Bellingen, New South Wales in 1971, was one of Australia’s most prolific wicketkeeper-batsmen, having represented the country in 96 Tests in a career that spanned 12 years. He amassed 5 570 Test runs and claimed 416 dismissals

CRICKET QUIZ CORNER

(Saturday December 14, 2013)

Compliments of THE TROPHY STALL-Bourda Market &The City Mall (Tel: 225-9230) & CUMMINGS ELECTRICAL CO. LTD-83 Garnette Street, Campbellville (Tel: 225-6158; 223-6055) Answers to yesterday’s quiz: (1) 298 (Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes-WI vs ENG, ARG, 1990) (2) Clive Lloyd (WI vs ENG, The Oval, 1973) Today’s Quiz: (1) Who is the only WI to claim a nine-wicket haul in a single Test innings? (2) How many dismissals Jeff Dujon effected in ODIs? Answers in tomorrow’s issue

Adam Gilchrist received his commemorative cap from Cricket Australia Chairman and ICC Director Wally Edwards. Johannesburg in 2002 when he from behind the stumps for scored 204 not out in an innings Australia, while he captained that saw Gilchrist hit 19 boundthe team on six occasions. aries and eight sixes. He scored 17 Test centuries In 287 ODIs, he amassed and 26 half-centuries while his 9 619 ODI runs and dismissed best performance with the bat 472 batsmen behind the stumps. was against South Africa in Gilchrist also captained Austra-

lia 17 times, and hit 16 centuries and 55 half-centuries with his best innings being 172 against Zimbabwe in Hobart, Tasmania. Gilchrist was part of the Australia sides that won the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1999, 2003 and 2007 while he was also part of the team that lifted the ICC Champions Trophy in 2006. Gilchrist’s first-class career began in 1992 and when it ended in 2008, he had accumulated 10 334 runs and 811 dismissals as a wicketkeeper. Gilchrist said of his induction: “I am delighted and honoured that I have been inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame on the first day of this third Ashes Test here in Perth. I would like to also take this opportunity to thank all of those who have supported me over the years, both while playing for Australia and also for Western

Australia and my other domestic teams. “There are many fantastic cricketers in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame and to be joining the likes of Rod Marsh, a man whom I looked up to in my early days of playing cricket in school and who ultimately became one of my coaches, is a wonderful moment for me. “I am joining three men whom I played alongside, Steve Waugh, Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath and many of whom I have faced in on-field battles. I must say I am grateful that I am now joining Wasim Akram on the same team rather than having to face him in a bowling attack! “I would like to thank the living Hall of Famers who nominated and then ultimately voted me into the Hall of Fame, it is a privilege to be joining you in this prestigious club.”

Brazil duo ordered to play 20 games away from home cities RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil - (Reuters) - The two teams whose fans fought running battles on the terraces during a Brazilian first division game last weekend have been ordered to play a total of 20 matches away from their own cities. Brazil’s Superior Court of Sporting Justice ruled yesterday that hosts Atletico Paranaense must play 12 home games at least 100km from their home city of Curitiba and six of them

must be behind closed doors. O p p o n e n t s Va s c o d a Gama, who were relegated after losing the match, must play eight games outside Rio de Janeiro, four of them behind closed doors. Atletico was also fined 140 000 Brazilian reais ($59 900) and Vasco was fined 80 000 reais. The fighting was a huge embarrassment for the hosts of next year’s World Cup and

came days after world governing body FIFA said some stadiums had missed an initial deadline to be ready. Atletico, playing in a rented stadium while their own arena is being refurbished for next June and July’s showpiece, were 1-0 up in Sunday’s game when fights broke out in the stands. The match was halted for more than an hour as hooligans ran riot and a police helicopter

landed on the pitch to ferry one injured fan to hospital. Four people were seriously hurt. The game, which marked the end of the Brazilian season, eventually restarted and Atletico won 5-1. “The repercussions and the seriousness of what happened made such a punishment inevitable,” Atletico’s lawyer Domingos Moro told reporters. Both clubs said they will appeal the decisions.


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Kennard Memorial Boxing Day horse race meet receives `shot in the arm’ from BBCI By Michael DaSilva

THE annual Kennard Memorial Turf Club Boxing Day Horse Race Meet yesterday got a shot in the arm, compliments of the Berbice Bridge Company Inc. (BBCI) who handed over a cheque that will cover the four prizes for the `I’ and Lower seven-furlong race on December 26. The eight-race meet will be staged at the Kennard Memorial Turf Club’s Bush Lot Farm, Corentyne Berbice race course and will commence at 13:00hrs. The BBCI has chipped in with monetary prizes for the first four finishers in the `I’ and Lower event which carries a first prize of $250 000. The second-, third- and fourth-place finishers will receive $125 000, $63 000 and $32 000 and entrance fee per horse for this event is $27 000.

Speaking at a presentation ceremony yesterday, BBCI’s Chief Executive Officer Omadat Samaroo said his company is pleased to be associated with the event. The BCCI head explained that his company received a request for sponsorship of the event from the Kennard Memorial Turf Club and was not hesitant in supporting the activity. He said this is the third year that BBCI would be involved in sponsoring the annual event and it would not be the last time BBCI would be doing so. He said that the BBCI has sponsored three horse race meets so far for the year and it gives his company great pleasure in doing so. According to Samaroo, BBCI gave sponsorship to the Phagwah Day as well as the

…Entries close tomorrow

Justice Cecil Kennard (right) accepts the sponsorship cheque from Berbice River Bridge Company Inc. Chief Executive Officer Amadat Samaroo (photo by Cullen Bess-Nelson) Independence Day race meets. Samaroo said BBCI does

not only sponsor horse race meets but also other events such

as charitable, non-charit6able, Government, non-Governmental and other entertainments. He informed that for this year, BBCI has received 101 requests for sponsorship and to date 94 of those requests have been given assistance. According to Somaroo, the BBCI decided to come on board the Boxing Day Horse race meet mainly due to the fact that horse racing has created a great attraction for Berbicians, and also the profits generated from this Meet will be used to upgrade the facilities at the race track and for general improvements of horse racing in Guyana. “The Berbice Bridge Company not only plays the role of collecting tolls and facilitating vehicles crossing Berbice River Bridge and vessels transiting through the Retractor opening and under High Span, but also discharges its corporate responsibilities and more

importantly, played an integral part in the development of education, sports, supported national events and made donations to charitable and non-charitable organisations in close proximity to the bridge or in Regions 5 and 6,” Samaroo stated. The CEO noted that in the past the BBCI has sponsored many events that benefited communities both on the eastern and western sides of the Berbice River Bridge. Justice Cecil Kennard, in accepting the sponsorship cheque from Samaroo thanked the BBCI for coming on board and noted that this will be the third year that the company has provided sponsorship. He informed that this year’s sponsorship is greater than the two previous years. Meanwhile, entries for all eight races will be closed tomorrow and horse owners/ trainers can make contact with Roopnarine Matadial on telephone number 325-3192 or Ivan Dipnarine on telephone number 331-0316.

K&S/Chico Elite Next Generation Tournament

Double-header on this afternoon at GFC By Calvin Roberts

ACTION in this year’s inaugural Kashif and Shanghai/ Chico Elite Next Generation Football tournament continues today at the Georgetown Football Club ground, where an exciting double-header is planned for the hundreds of schoolchildren who are expected to witness the action free of cost. In the first match which kicks off at 16:00hrs, North Georgetown Secondary will

go head-to-head with Patentia Secondary, followed by the important fixture between Charlestown Secondary and one of their nemeses from the South Georgetown area - Dolphin Secondary. Already, Ann’s Grove and East Ruimveldt have made their way into the next round, following their contrasting victories on the opening day over Christ Church Secondary and Wisburg Secondary School respectively. East Ruimveldt clawed their

way back from a 3-1 deficit to defeat Wisburg Secondary from Linden 3-2 on penalty kicks after the game finished with a 3-3 scoreline, while Ann’s Grove showed no mercy to Christ Church, drubbing their opponents 9-1. The winners of the tournament which culminates on January 1 2014 (New Year’s Day) will pocket a record G$1.2M with 75% going towards a project identified by the school, along with the Championship trophy and

25 replicas which will be on display throughout the tournament. The second-, third- and fourth-placed finishers will receive $750 000, $500 000 and $250 000 respectively, with 75% going towards a project as well, while the second- and third-placed teams will be presented with silver and bronze medallions and the tournament’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) one laptop and a stint with a Trinidad and Tobago pro-team.

Part of the opening day action in this year’s Kashif and Shanghai/Chico Elite Next Generation Football tournament between Wisburg Secondary and East Ruimveldt Secondary, which the latter won 3-2 via penalty kicks. (Photo by Sonell Nelson)


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Sammy laments Windies bowlers’ failure to exploit favourable conditions …but promises West Indians a Christmas gift

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (CMC) - West Indies captain Darren Sammy has lamented the failure of his seamers to exploit favourable bowling conditions against New Zealand in the first and second Test matches of their current three-match series. Sammy has expressed disappointment in his bowlers after his side suffered a crushing innings-and-73-run defeat against New Zealand on the third day of the second Test at Basin Reserve yesterday. The West Indies skipper has complained that his bowlers had the best conditions in both games and still allowed New Zealand to total 609 runs in their first innings in Dunedin and 441 runs in Wellington. “So far we’ve got two grassy tops and ...I think we’ve had the better part of the pitch on both occasions and we’ve not

been able to get the wickets,” said Sammy. “We’ve got to learn from the opposition. We are in their backyard and what they’re doing; I think it’s quite simple and basic.” While the West Indies bowlers struggled, the New Zealand seamers consistently undermined their batting led by Trent Boult who delivered career-best figures of 10 for 80 in the second Test while Tim Southee took five wickets in that match. “The seamers have got to get the wickets and we’ve not been able to do that. If you look at our pitch maps we will probably be scattered all over the place,” Sammy told reporters. “If I look at the New Zealand bowlers they’ll be hitting that fuller, six-metre length more often than we which is where you tend to create most

chances ... and the New Zealand seamers have been getting wickets.” West Indies were on the brink of defeat in the opening Test match but clawed their way back to force a draw thanks to a double-century from Darren Bravo and some inclement weather. “I thought as a team we left Dunedin with confidence, especially the way we played to save the Test,” said Sammy. “To come down here and lose 16 wickets in a day is very disappointing. The first Test we batted well in the second innings, this Test we barely faced 100 overs which is not good for any international side”. New Zealand are in strong shape to win their first Test series against a major cricketing nation since 2006, when they beat West Indies 2-0 in a threeTest series at home.

However, the visitors will be hoping to level the series and Sammy has given a strong indication that the spinner Sunil Narine could be included in the final eleven for the third and final Test which starts next Thursday in Hamilton. “I guess we’ve found ourselves in these situations a few times. I believe we have the mettle in the dressing room to come back and keep remaining hungry because we value the fans back home,” said Sammy who has been involved in his fair share of West Indies batting collapses with back-to-back ducks in the second Test. “We’ve got to give them something to shout about. Christmas time is soon around the corner. It’s a time to be jolly so we’ve got to go down to Hamilton and give them a little Christmas gift.”

Kieran Powell is cleaned up by Tim Southee for 36 in West Indies second innings.

UDFA/Banks Beer Christmas football

Blueberry Hill, Eagles register big wins as tournament opens BLUEBERRY Hills crushed South Amelia’s Ward 6-1, while a hat-trick by Deon Charter enabled Eagles to record a 7-1 win against Coomacka when action in the Upper Demerara Football Association’s (UDFA)/Bankis Beer Christmas football tournament got under way at the Mackenzie Sports Club ground Wednesday night. In the first game following a colourful march past of the 14 teams in this first edition which is exclusively sponsored by beverage giant Banks DIH Limited, Blueberry Hill made light work of South Amelia’s Ward, trouncing them as Keron Noble opened the scoring in the 12th minute. In what was an indication of the excitement to come for

Blueberry Hill goalscorers celebrate.

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the entire evening in front of a large first-day crowd Blueberry Hill were able to hold that lead up to halftime. Five minutes after the second half began Anthony Paddy was able to level the scores for South Amelia’s Ward and a game was surely on. However, by the 61st minute Malvin Benn gave Blueberry Hill the lead and other goals came from Ronnel Bristol in the 69th and 82nd, Gavin Morrison in the 78th and Marley Major a penalty in the 86th minute. In the other game, striker Deon Charter was in a dangerous mood mincing his opponents time and again with mesmerising darts to goal. This laid the platform for Eagles United to hammer

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