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SUNDAY MAY 18, 2014

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Eleven days to CFATF deadline, and…

No Select Committee meeting held for last two weeks

- because of the unavailability of Opposition members

Hope Canal on course for completion by June 2014 deadline

Ms. Gail Teixeira

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Minister Leslie Ramsammy

Glowing tributes mark funeral service TOP COPS CALL FOR 6 ROUND-THE-CLOCK for Bank of Guyana Governor Page

... Finance Minister Ashni Singh said he was an extraordinary public servant and friend

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COURTS TO REDUCE ‘MOUNTAIN’ OF CASES - new approaches underway

Agriculture Ministry issues El Nino Watch

- Sugar and rice sectors prepared for adverse weather conditions

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President Donald Ramotar at Williams funeral at St. George’s Cathedral

ILO team hails 15 Guyana’s TACKLE project Page


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Hope Canal works on course for completion by June 2014 deadline By Vanessa Narine THE various works being effected on the East Demerara Water Conservancy (EDWC) Northern Relief Channel, the Hope Canal, are progressing well and are within cost, Agriculture Minister, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy has disclosed. He told the Guyana Chronicle that one of the four components -- the conservancy head regulator – has been completed, but a

wrench has still to be installed. “This piece of equipment is being sourced, but it is a one-hour undertaking; so the head regulator is more or less completed,” Dr. Ramsammy said. He added that another of the four components, the more-than-10-kilometre channel from the EDWC, is mostly done, but there are sections “strategically” left undone; and works on the embankment have also been completed.

“As it relates to the embankment, there is still some work, in terms of shaping, to be done. This will be a continuous process over the next few years, because we have to wait for it to settle; so there will have to be some shaping and reshaping,” Minister Ramsammy said. Dr. Ramsammy pointed out that other ministries will have to undertake some work on this project. For example, bridges will have to be built across the channel by the Ministry of Public Works in an undertaking that is outside of the Hope Canal contract. Dr. Ramsammy said: “As you go deeper into the communities, we will have (to build) bridges, since persons

of those communities have been used to walking across (bridges). This is additional

Minister Leslie Ramsammy work. The Ministry of Agriculture will build one of the bridges, a walk-bridge, for the school children.” Work on the third component, the eight-gate sluice at the canal’s Atlantic end, is moving at an encouraging pace, Dr. Ramsammy divulged. He explained that

one aspect of the work, the procurement of the steel doors for the sluice, has been subtracted from the contractors’ work to reduce their burden and ensure the doors are acquired in a timely manner. The fourth component, the EDWC Northern Relief Channel Public Road Bridge at Hope, was commissioned in early February this year by President Donald Ramotar, who noted that the bridge is a quintessential infrastructural investment, particularly because of its economic and humanitarian importance. Indications are that the US$15M Hope Canal project, expected to alleviate flooding in the Mahaica/ Mahaicony/Abary (MMA) areas during rainy periods, would be operational as the rainy season sets in. Residents in the MMA area have, over the years,

lost crops and cattle to flooding during the rainy period. As seen in the past, whenever the Maduni Sluice has been opened to drain the East Demerara Water Conservancy, residents in the MMA area have had to battle a water-level rise in the Mahaica Creek; making completion of the Hope Canal something much desired and greatly anticipated. Construction on the project began in February 2011 with an estimated 18 months for completion, and the deadline for the project was initially set for June 2013, but was subsequently extended to the end of August, and then once again extended to December 31, 2013. Agriculture Minister, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy has expressed optimism about the EDWC project meeting the most recently revised deadline date of June, 2014.


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SUNDAY CHRONICLE May 18, 2014

Eleven days to CFATF deadline, and…

No Select Committee meeting held for last two weeks - because of the unavailability of Opposition members

By Vanessa Narine THE Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) has made it clear that Guyana’s final deadline for enactment of the AML/CFT Bill is May 29, a mere 11 days away, yet the Parliamentary Special Select Committee reviewing the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/ CFT) Amendment Bill has not met at any time in the last two weeks. Madam Gail Teixeira, as Chair of that Committee, told the Guyana Chronicle yesterday that a meeting has been summoned for tomorrow. She said, “We are trying to get a meeting for Monday; however, it seems to be proving some problems for the Opposition. One person, the chairman of the Opposition members, said he doesn’t want a meeting until Friday, May 23. “Mr. Williams (A Partnership for National Unity’s, Basil Williams) has indicated that he is not available to meet on Monday, but we will have to meet on Monday and see what happens. “The fact is we have not had a meeting last week or this week because of the unavailability of Opposition members.” Teixeira stressed that the work of the Committee must be treated with a sense of urgency, given the looming deadline and what are clearly going to be devastating economic impacts if Guyana fails to have the AML/CFT Bill enacted by then. Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh, echoing similar sentiments, said: “The Government’s position remains the same: we are willing to meet immediately and as frequently as is required, and for as long as it is required to conclude this matter. We have always said (that) even (when) one or two of our members are not available we can proceed. “We do not believe that

the meeting has to be postponed because one member is unavailable, unlike the Opposition.” Dr. Singh flayed the Opposition Parliamentary parties for not being “seized with the urgency” of the matter ahead. He repeated his earlier calls for the AML/ CFT Amendment Bill, which is CFATF compliant and has received the support of both Opposition parliamentary parties, to be passed as soon as possible. “Any responsible political party would instruct its membership or its representative on a Committee such as this (to) either make themselves available or permit the work of the Committee to proceed in their absence,” Dr. Singh said. COUNTER-PROPOSALS The next meeting of the Select Committee is expected to consider counter-proposals to the ones recommended by the APNU. Attorney-General (AG) and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall, who put

forward the counter-proposals, maintains that APNU’s amendments are unlikely to receive the support of the regional enforcement body, CFATF. In a prior interview, he

Ms. Gail Teixeira said, “The committee concluded its examination of the proposals put forward by APNU, which seek to amend the Government’s AML/CFT Amendment Bill; but, in my view, those amendments will not receive the support of CFATF for various reasons.” Nandlall said that his counter-proposals had been forwarded with the view to having the Government and

Opposition members on the Select Committee being able to come to a compromise. He said, “I put forward counter-proposals to those of the Opposition. These proposals are intended to arrive at a position on compromise. They seek to capture the main concepts contained in the Opposition’s proposals; for example, the establishment of an Authority, but the appointment mechanism is different, in keeping with the models throughout the world. “ A d d i t i o n a l l y, ( t h e counter-proposals) seek to ensure and guarantee the autonomy and independence of the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). APNU’s original three a m e n d m e n t s p r o ff e r a change to the entire governing apparatus of the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU); removal of the Attorney General wherever that name appears and replacing it with the FIU; and vesting police or customs officers with the power to seize currency from any person anywhere in Guyana, if those officers have reason to believe that

the currency proceeded from crime, or would be used to fund criminal activities. The AG says the Opposition’s proposed amendments are problematic. “Principally, they contaminate the Bill with too much political influence, and undermine the independence and autonomy of the Financial Intelligence Unit. Furthermore, the Bill puts forward a model whereby the National Assembly makes all the appointments to an established authority, as well as the FIU Director and its staff. “This is a most (ingenuous) and novel model that exists nowhere else in the world. There is no country in the Caribbean, for ex-

ample, where the National Assembly appoints officers to agencies created by any anti-money laundering legislation.” If the final drop-dead deadline of May 29 passes without Guyana enacting the AML/CFT Legislation, Guyana would most likely be recommended to the international body, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), for review by the International Cooperation Review Group (ICRG). If that is done, Guyana could face serious sanctions, including being put on the international blacklist. The country has already been blacklisted regionally by CFATF.


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SUNDAY CHRONICLE May 18, 2014

Turkey ends Soma mine disaster rescue, death toll 301 trapped after the mine collapsed are now thought to be recovered. Protesters have clashed with police near Soma. Correspondents say more than

TURKEY has called a halt to the Soma mine rescue operation after two more bodies were found, raising the death toll to 301. The bodies of all miners

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derground,” Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said. “Until today we had focused on search and rescue efforts. Now we will be focusing on investigations, on what will happen about production.” “We won’t be leaving (Soma) because the search efforts are ending,’’ Mr Yildiz, said, according to Associated Press. “`There will be psycho-

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logical and social support.’’ The local authorities have banned demonstrations in the Soma town centre where riot police used rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannon on Friday when a protest briefly turned violent, the BBC’s Tom Burridge reports from western Turkey. Police have reportedly been stopping coach-loads of protesters from entering Soma town and several lawyers linked to Turkey’s opposition movement have been arrested, our correspondent adds. Tuesday’s disaster occurred when an explosion sent carbon monoxide gas into the mine’s tunnels while 787 miners were underground. Mine operator Soma Holding has denied any negligence. A representative said an unexplained build-up of heat in the mine appeared to have caused the collapse. However, Sengiz Shahan, who used to work at the mine, told the BBC that he and his colleagues were too afraid to complain about bad safety standards.

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Colombia and Farc rebels agree on drug trade plan COLOMBIA’S government and the Farc, the country's largest rebel group, have agreed on a plan to deal with the illegal drug trade. Both parties agreed to eliminate all illicit drug production in Colombia should a final deal be reached. The Farc, which controls large patches of rural Colombia, is believed to be partly funded by money generated by the illegal drug trade. This was the third on a six-point peace agenda being negotiated in Cuba. The civil war in Colombia has killed an estimated 220,000 people in the last five decades. Last year, government officials and the left-wing Farc (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) agreed on land reform and political participation. As with previous agreements, details of the programme to combat the drug trade will need to be discussed further by special commissions. Friday's agreement marked the end of the last round of the talks initiated by President Juan Manuel Santos, who is seeking a second mandate in next week's elections. Earlier, the Farc along with the country's second largest armed group, ELN, said they would observe a unilateral cease fire for the voting. At a news conference in the Cuban capital, Havana, the Colombian chief negotiator, former vice-President Humberto de la Calle, said the deal was a "fundamental step" towards peace. "This way we eliminate the petrol that has fuelled the conflict in Colombia for decades," he said. Mr de la Calle also said the rebels committed themselves to severing any ties to drug trafficking. As part of the deal , both parties also agreed on a programme to clear rural areas of land mines. The Farc negotiator Ivan Marquez said the left-wing rebels insisted on addressing the consequences of the aerial spraying of coca plantations, including reparations for those affected. The talks in the Cuban capital, Havana, are the fourth attempt since the 1980s to reach peace. Previous negotiations failed amid disagreements, mutual recriminations and flare-ups of violence. The conflict - the longest-running in Latin America - has killed an estimated 220,000 people since it began in the 1960s, with some three million more internally displaced by the fighting.

Argentina finds liquid cocaine inside transformers’ oil ARGENTINA says it has foiled a plan to produce and ship liquid cocaine to the United States and Europe. At least eight people are suspected of having sent two tonnes of the drug, mixed with insulating oil inside large transformers, to Mexico. A Mexican chemist and several Argentine police officers are among the arrested, Argentine Security Minister Sergio Berni told reporters. It was the second seizure of liquid cocaine in Argentina this year. Police suspect this type of trafficking is on the rise, the Argentine media reported. In February, liquid cocaine was found hidden in a tanker lorry. The transformers made it through customs controls in Argentina and in Mexico, Mr Berni said. But on closer inspection, a team of Argentine investigators who had been on the gang's trail since 2012 found the drugs. The shipment, seized in the Yucatan Peninsula two weeks ago, would have re-

The authorities say they have been investigating the gang since 2012 portedly have a street value of $40m (£24m). From Mexico, the drugs would allegedly be smuggled into the US and Europe. The authorities also seized computers, weapons and cash, Mr Berni told a news conference in Buenos Aires. "The important thing is to investigate, to not be afraid, to show courage like this judge did," Mr Berni praised the investigating

judge in charge of the case, Sandra Arroyo Salgado. On 22 April, a Mexican chemist was arrested in the Buenos Aires district of Belgrano after a shootout with the police. Mr Berni said Cesar Cornejo travelled to Argen-

tina after his partners – most of them serving and former policemen – procured enough cocaine in other South American countries. The drug was then mixed with insulating oil and hidden in transformers.


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Guyana

SUNDAY CHRONICLE May 18, 2014

Glowing tributes mark funeral service for Bank of Guyana Governor

... Finance Minister Ashni Singh says he was an extraordinary public servant and friend with distinction,” he said, adding that he was a great human being. Meanwhile, a Bank of Guyana bio-data on Mr. Williams HUNDREDS gathered at the St. George’s Cathedral in states: “In 1979, just after successfully completing the BachGeorgetown, yesterday, to pay their last respects and be part of a thanksgiving service for the life of former Gov- elors of Social Sciences Degree (Management) he joined the ernor of the Bank of Guyana, Mr. Lawrence Theodore staff of the Bank as an Assistant Principal in the Exchange Control Department where he held major responsibility for Williams, CCH. Mr. Williams died at the Balwant Singh Hospital on May implementing and maintaining the system for monitoring exports and collection of export receipts. 7, following prolonged illness. He was 59. “Subsequently, in 1982, he was appointed as a Principal, Following the service, his body was taken to his homeland Cane Grove, East Coast Demerara, the cortege marshalled by at which level he undertook the accounting and investment police outriders, for interment in the Cane Grove Methodist function of the Export Development Fund. In January 1984, Mr. Williams was appointed Supervisor, Export DevelopChurch yard. For hours leading up to the 13:00hrs start of the service, ment Fund. His duties included day to day management of the body lay at the entrance to the Cathedral, as the large gath- the World Bank funded project which provided the foreign ering of mourners and sympathisers filed past the open casket. currency financing for non-traditional exporters to meet the Among those in attendance were Head of State President, cost of imported input of raw materials, capital and intermeDonald Ramotar; Prime Minister, Samuel Hinds; Head of diate goods. During the six years that Mr. Williams served as Supervisor, he acquired A Partnership for National considerable experience in Unity, Brigadier Ret’d David foreign exchange management Granger; Minister of Finance, and investments. Dr. Ashni Singh; Minister “Consequently, in January within the Ministry of Finance, 1991 he rose to the position of Bishop Juan Edgill; other govSenior Supervisor Exchange ernment ministers and memControl Department. However, bers of the Diplomatic Corps. his stay there was short lived, There was also overwhelming since by the following Janurepresentation from the Bankary he was named Assistant ing Sector and other financial Head, Debt Management and institutions, the private sector, Exchange Control Department various social, political reliwhere he held major responsigious and professional organbility for the domestic debt opisations, as well as Non-Goverations and the administration ernmental organisations. of exchange controls. There were many glowing “Soon after, in January tributes. Those who joined in 1995, Mr. Williams was apthe tributes included Finance pointed Director, Operations Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh, Deputy Governor of the Cen- President Donald Ramotar expresses con- Department. There he held day tral Bank, Dr. Gobin Ganga, dolences to Valerie Willimas, widow of the to day responsibility for the management of the Banking, and Chairman of the Guyana late Bank of Guyana Governor Currency and Money Market Bankers Association, Mr. JeDivisions. His vast experience rome Khan and others. over the years, especially in managing the Export DevelopMr. Williams was described by Dr. Ashni Singh as a dedicated son of Guyana, an extraordinary public servant, a ment Fund, coupled with his exposure at the Debt Managecherished friend, a fine gentleman, and a man of integrity on ment and Exchange Control Department prepared him for whom was conferred one of Guyana’s highest awards – the even greater challenges. “In August 1995, Mr. Lawrence Williams was appointed Cacique Crown of Honour. He alluded to his ability, loyalty, focus, patience, endur- Banking Manager by the Minister of Finance. At this level he ance, and discipline, noting, “These were the qualities that was responsible for overseeing the operational departments distinguished his professional life from its earliest days and of the Bank (Accounts & Budgeting Department, International Department, Banking, Currency and Money Market throughout thereafter. Dr. Singh who has had the privilege of a working asso- Divisions). In addition to other duties, he chaired a number ciation with Lawrence for two decades, dating back to long of Standing Committees and was also a Trustee of the Staff before both Lawrence’s accession to the Governorship and Pension Scheme. “In November 2004 Mr. Williams was appointed Governor Dr. Singh’s own appointment as minister, affirmed, “I have (ag.) by the President of Guyana. On Wednesday, June 8, 2005 Mr. no doubt that every single person who would have come into contact with Lawrence Williams at work would have been Williams was sworn in as Governor, Bank of Guyana, by the Presdeeply impressed by and imbued with admiration for his quiet ident. As the Chief Executive Officer, he was responsible for the overall management of the Bank. As Governor, he was also Chairbut immeasurable competence. The Finance minister conveyed to Mrs. Valerie Williams man of the Board of Directors. At this forum he was responsible for and the rest of his immediate and extended family, sincerest guiding the deliberations of the Board with a view to ensuring the condolences on behalf of President Donald Ramotar, the en- achievement of the Bank’s principal objectives of fostering monetary tire Cabinet and the Government of Guyana, and indeed all stability and promoting credit conditions conducive to growth. “Earlier in his career, Mr. Williams was a member of the people of Guyana on the passing of this outstanding and the Guyana Gold Board and the Guyana Rice Export Board. cherished son of our country. He had also attended a number of professional training proMeanwhile, Deputy Governor, Dr. Gobin Ganga said that in Mr. Williams’ passing, Guyana has lost an outstanding grammes as well as numerous seminars, conferences and professional who joined the staff of the Bank of Guyana as meetings including CARICOM Central Banks Governors’ Assistant Principal in 1979, served with distinction and was Conferences.” Mr. Williams leaves to mourn his wife Valerie, his three sworn in by then President Bharrat Jagdeo as Governor on children Runda, Lauren, and Lawrence Jr., also known as June 8, 2005. “He had a wealth of institutional knowledge and served Gavin, and grandson Andrew Brown. By Shirley Thomas

EDITORIAL

EMERGENCY ACTION TO CAPTURE ILLEGAL GUNS

ARMED CRIMINALS are becoming more daring in their quest to rob and, if necessary, kill whoever happens to be targeted. Latest example was the brazen execution attempt early Friday morning on a 26-year-old businesswoman of Kitty, Malika Susan Da Silva, who had to undergo emergency surgery at the Georgetown Public Hospital. Illegal firearms are mushrooming too often in different parts of the country and the Ministry of Home Affairs and security forces must urgently consider new, even if costly, initiatives to arrest the gun-related epidemic. One such consideration could well be enforcement of a series of phased restricted states of emergency to carry out round-the-clock searches for illegal arms and ammunition. The zonal carpet-like hunt for arms and ammunition should be carefully planned and executed over a phased period with the utmost care being taken by the security forces against potential “information leaks” within the security forces themselves. The special initiative to capture illegal arms and their owners may prove somewhat inconvenient at times for the public, given the chosen hours, by day and night, that could also involve road blocks in some areas. But citizens would prefer to suffer some inconveniences for their own safety than to live in constant fear of rampaging armed criminals at large. In our yesterday’s edition, we published a news article in which Crime Chief Leslie James was emphatic in his contention that the changing tactics of the criminals require new crime-fighting strategies. And while the security forces are addressing new policies and tactics, the business community must do likewise in their own interest and also as partners against criminality. Perhaps there should be a meeting of minds between the Guyana Police Force and the business community—in co-operation with the Ministry of Home Affairs---to assess the prevailing crime situation and consider new initiatives to address specific problems, with high priority given to capturing the illegal guns and weapons being used by armed robbers and murderers. While we have noted the Crime Chief’s response to stated concerns for better use of the Canine and Mounted Branches of the GPF, the reality is that their frequent absence seems more the practice than the rule. The average Guyanese, irrespective of social class and political persuasion, knows only too well that there are too many people with too many illegal guns and weapons moving about, by day and night, and remain scornful of the rule of law. Time is overdue to apprehend them and capture the guns and weapons being callously used to rob and kill.   Other jurisdictions in the Caribbean have occasionally found it necessary to enforce limited periods of national emergency to conduct blanket searches for illegal guns and weapons. Perhaps Guyana should now include this policy in new approaches to put the criminals on the run and capture the unknown quantities of illegal guns and weapons at large.


SUNDAY CHRONICLE May 18, 2014

Dependency and addiction to pain killers (Part 2)

I INTEND to update this issue next week as a result of Dr Sanjay Gupti’s revelations on a CNN programme “Deadly Dose” a most recent experience. Let me start by apologising in advance to any reader I might offend with the intensely personal nature of this article – my rationale in recounting what I’ve been through is the best way of communicating my thoughts on an issue that has wider public health ramifications. By the time you have read this article, on the day of its publication, I should be in hospital somewhere overseas. Over the next couple of days, I will be struggling with a personal medical problem that has hounded me for too many years than I’d care to recount – chronic back pain. I’ve written about this issue and – more importantly – the attendant dependence I’ve developed on the painkillers used for treatment about twice over the past two years. The first article, I wrote generally on the issue of pain management and the second one had more to do with my reaction to the rife and completely inaccurate speculation of my hospitalisation last year. This time, I wish to write more directly on the issue, not just the larger picture, but bringing as well some of the unique perspectives that I possess. Dependency, addiction, in the larger connotation of it, has as almost many manifestations as there are things people can do. Some people are addicted to gambling, others are addicted to sex. I remember reading one news story a few years back, one I showed to my son as a hint, in which a young man was so addicted to a videogame that he played it several days nonstop before collapsing and dying in front of his computer. Some people are addicted to shopping, although admittedly (and I expect some repercussions from my wife for saying this) it’s hard to tell if many women are actually addicted to shopping or if it’s just a regular weekend. That said, chemical addictions, or substance dependency, constitute the most widespread and critical forms of addiction. According to a recent report by Dr. Sanjay Gupta that I saw on CNN, there are some 23 million Americans currently addicted

to one substance or the other – alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, illegal drugs, prescription medication, even glue. The actual order of primacy of abuse, the top three addictive drugs are, in descending order, alcohol; marijuana; and prescription painkillers. The latter accounts for 1.9 million of those addicts. I’ve had two major back surgeries in my life – intended to relieve the chronic back pain I experience – and each necessitated the use of very strong prescription painkillers for my recovery. And I, quite frankly, have struggled with a clear addiction to them. There is a serious and sad irony attached to the use of powerful painkillers: while they work well to relieve pain at the onset, very often, with the real pain gone, the body (or brain, rather) becomes so addicted to their effects that coming off them makes you feel much worse than the pain they helped to relieve in the first place. Coming off a strong prescription painkiller is a living, waking nightmare of craving for the drug, body chills, insomnia, anxiety attacks, depression – one minute you’re delirious, the other you’re irritable and no one can talk to you. All these are things I’ve experienced and it is no picnic for me. The thing is, it isn’t a

picnic for others either, as with any addiction, particularly chemical ones, the addict doesn’t suffer in isolation. The drugs alter your personality so subtly but so significantly at the same time that although you most likely won’t notice the difference, the worst of it – the alienation, the irritability, the lack of communication – is felt by those closest to you. I’ve spent a long time thinking hard on how this thing has impacted upon my life and I can tell you, that time has been personally enlightening for me with regard to my perspective on substance dependency. For example, you see the typical drug addict, the typical junkie, walking on the street and your view of that person is somehow subhuman. To satisfy his or her addiction, the cocaine or marijuana addict’s life is one of great personal compromise – humiliating and arduous manual labour for little compensation; being treated with indignity and scorn by almost everyone they come across. I’ve been witness to one ‘junkie’ disparaging another – equally ragged, equally homeless – because the former would only smoke marijuana and drink rum, while the latter was a full blown cocaine addict. At a fundamental level,

prescription pain medication dependency is the same thing, the same sacrificing of personal standards, granted to a much lesser degree. This sort of medication is difficult to come by, and while I’ve personally never checked, I am sure that it is far easier to get a joint of marijuana or a gramme of cocaine than it is to procure, say, a couple Vicodin tablets, or a syringe of some other pain-relief drug. If I’m to be honest with myself, at my worst point of dependency, I’d say I was nothing more than a sophisticated junkie and like any junkie, your addiction affects how you work. I’ve been short with staff, and I’ve had to cancel meetings, and the only thing that has spared me really is that my other addiction, work itself, served as a sort of therapy for me. Potentially addictive painkillers, or potentially addictive regimens of painkiller treatment, should really be the last resort in the treatment of any pain-related condition or illness, and whenever the decision is taken, it should include comprehensive patient education about the pros and cons, in addition to extensive psychotherapy throughout the duration of the treatment. This would save the patient a great deal of pain in the long term, whether actual pain or the

psychic trauma that comes with dependency and the attendant stigma attached to it. Which brings me to this: in an upcoming article, I want to deal frontally with a serious related issue that pertains to patient confidentiality, particularly within the private health care industry in Guyana. While I am grateful to, and have tremendous respect for, the medical personnel that have attended to me at various times, I believe that there are gaps in the private health care system here which facilitate the leakage of an individual’s personal health information, the sort of gaps that would be prosecutable in other jurisdictions. In closing, let me say that I am extremely grateful that I have the family that I have, and the staff that work close to me, people who’ve weathered the storm of my shift in moods, and stuck by and supported me throughout. I remember going to former President Bharrat Jagdeo and Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon, both of

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whom I had to communicate directly with, as regards my professional responsibilities in various capacities, and being encouraged to take as much time as I want to deal with my medical problems adequately. I remember the President saying clearly, and sincerely, “We want you to get better.” I of course didn’t take their advice and went back to work as soon as I felt marginally better. As for my anonymous detractors, particular those behind the letter- writing campaign – questioning my health, my capacity for job performance – that prompted the article I wrote a year ago, ‘Coming Clean’, about my personal health problems. I will be off for a few weeks and while I’ve prepared some columns to be published, I apologise in advance that I will not be able to respond directly to feedback for obvious reasons. (Second version of four articles dealing with dependency and pain management as a result of request by some readers)


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SUNDAY CHRONICLE May 18, 2014

TOP COPS CALL FOR ROUND-THE-CLOCK COURTS TO REDUCE ‘MOUNTAIN’ OF CASES - new approaches underway

Analysis by RICKEY SINGH EVIDENTLY FEELING the pressures of rising outcries against the spreading criminal epidemic and related frustrations with the functioning of their respective criminal justice systems, the Region’s top cops have now opted to collectively embrace the old maxim of “justice delayed is justice denied”. Therefore, under the um-

brella body of the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP), they have decided to engage the Region’s governments and judiciary on a range of concerns, not the least Being, for creative new initiatives to reduce, as soon as possible, the distressing mountain of court cases awaiting judgments, many for as long as ten years. That decision came last month at the ACCP’s 29th annual general meeting and

conference in Trinidad and Tobago, one of the Region’s most plagued trios with murders  and general criminality, the others being Jamaica and Guyana.  As lawyers and magistrates in some jurisdictions have themselves been expressing misgivings over the continuing sloth of the justice administration system, the Police Commissioners were specific in declaring in favour of the creation of 24-hours courts in all of the

jurisdictions they serve.  Co-incidentally, following the assassination late last month of the popular 58-year-old senior counsel of Trinidad and Tobago, Dana Seetahal, judges, other leading officials of the judiciary and lawyers involved in criminal cases in some Regional jurisdictions (including Barbados and T&T), went public in urging “priority attention” from national security forces for their physical protection.  For their part, while not unmindful of the concerns of practitioners in the criminal justice system over their physical safety, the Region’s Police Commissioners feel that the time is long overdue for a systematic review of the backlog of cases-many for as long as ten years-awaiting judgments by the courts. Consequently, in the spirit of the maxim, “justice delayed is justice denied” the top cops have decided to treat as a priority the pursuit of new initiatives, including the introduction and sustainability, for as long as practical, the functioning of 24-hour courts across the Region. They feel that the lingering ‘chronic backlog’ in court cases reflects poorly on the Region’s justice administration system” and was unfair to victims of crime as well as witnesses and lawyers. Realistically, given the financial and human resource factors involved to make a reality of 24-hour courts in any of the Region’s jurisdictions, the ACCP may have to temper their enthusiasm in favour of phased introduction of extended daily sittings of courts, both at magistrates and supreme courts level.        JAMAICA’S INITIATIVES They would be aware that for all its own troubles and trials, Jamaica, for one, has been a pace-setter in initiatives, recommended and

implemented, as continuing efforts to address problems in its courts system as well in penal reform. As I recall, I think it was the first CARICOM state to introduce about eight years ago what is known as “night courts”, spread over some five hours.  With its layers of gun court, family court and night courts, Jamaica would, therefore, have much experience and expertise to share with the ACCP in relation to its proposed coming engagements with the Region’s governments and judiciary to face up to the daunting challenges of criminality and skyrocketing backlog of cases awaiting judgements. The Commissioners of Police, who had as their central theme for last month’s meeting in Port-of-Spain, “Working in Partnership to Combat Transnational Crime”, lamented the ever-increasing time it takes for cases for even rape and murder offences to be effectively addressed. The problem, they warned, “is resulting in increasingly dangerous offenders being granted bail which is further fuelling violence as witnesses are targeted and assassinated...” They also denounced what they regard as “the constant scourge of bribe payments” and the ongoing challenges to combat human trafficking. They pointed out that this was a form of “modern day slavery”, involving children as young as five years and upward, from countries in Asia, with some victims being exploited into servitude and, others for the sex trade. ‘GROWING LAWLESSNESS” The top cops stressed that the Region’s murder rates were “far too high”, recording at over 50 per 100,000 population and, additionally, that the Region was now burdened  with “endemic corruption”, according to a survey conducted by Transparency International. Emphasising that the Region was currently “facing the real threat of growing lawlessness”, the Commis-

sioners said they have “committed themselves to a new approach in resolving  the great backlog of cases, with a focus to changing “the processes by putting victims and witnesses at the heart of the criminal justice system....”  The Commissioners disclosed that at their meeting they also shared “best practices” among themselves and commended Jamaica for leadership in piloting “a real time intelligence template that identifies trends in one country with cybercrime or ATM fraud as examples to be immediately flagged to colleagues for action”.  Together, the Commissioners asked of their “key partners” in the battle against criminality to join them “in seeking a renewal of public confidence and faith in the rule of law” across the Caribbean...”  Owen Ellington, the Police Commissioner of Jamaica--went on record earlier in the year as declaring that an effective plea-bargaining law “is critical to the reductions of murder and violent crimes”. He also urged a combination of new legislative initiatives with “transformation of the police force...” The Commissioner’s perspectives on crime and official responses had coincided with a United Nations Human Development Report on the Caribbean that pointed to how rising levels of violent crime were negatively impacting the Region’s social and economic progress. The UN’s Human Development Report had outlined specific approaches to address “insecurity and violence” in the Region . Perhaps the Association of Caribbean Police Commissioners should consider reviewing the recommendations of this UN report in their quest to engage the governments and judiciary in new initiatives to arrest the rising murder rates and effectively address the distressing backlog of cases awaiting judgements for as long ten years, among them rapes and murders.


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India has won…

Passion against coalition politics and corruption scandals AS THE final results of the 2014 General Election in India poured in, the next Prime Minister of India, its 14th, Shri Narendra Damodardas Modi, tweeted:“India has won!”Afterward, he further tweeted “In a democracy there are political rivals but no enemies. People's mandate is important and together we have to work for welfare of the people.” India just concluded its 2014, 6-week General Election of the Lok Sabha that ran from April 7 through May 12, with 814 million people as eligible voters and 930,000 polling booths, with a voter turnout of 66.4%. Over 20 years, India’s governments were dominated by coalition politics where one party failed to gain a majority. This time around, the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), possibly with support from about 163 million first-time voters and about 100 million young voters, ravenous for change and passionately opposed to the abundant corruption scandals in government, stormed to victory capturing this landslide majority. Something must be said for the strength of people’s actions, which could be especially glaring in democratic elections.For the second time in India’s post-independence history, the Indian National Congress (INC) party, which was the party of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, and Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Manmohan Singh, lost power to the BJP. The INC party won a mere 44 seats. The first time the INC lost was in 1998 when the BJP, under Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, formed a government with a coalition. This time in 2014, the BJP, with 283 seats leading a coalition of parties under the banner of the National Democratic Alliance

(NDA) with a total of 336 seats, won a clear majority and now is in a position to form a government on its own, with the people rejecting coalition politics for putting together a government. But the people seem to accept coalition politics for

‘Brics & India’ in Modern Diplomacy, with India as an emerging world leader, this author noted that: “On the basis of these selected data, India continues to be the weakling among the BRICS countries on average growth rate, consumer prices, and

India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes a victory sign forming the main opposition in the Lok Sabha. The bottom line is that the official opposition party must carry 1/10 of the seats to become the main opposition party in the Lok Sabha. In this 2014 General Election, no one party among the opposition parties has that 1/10, so there will have to be a coalition among them to create the main opposition party; and together, the opposition coalition will still be way behind the government’s NDA which has 336 seats. Modi becomes India’s 14th Prime Minister during the era when the Office of the Director of National Intelligence of the U.S. perceives India as an emergent world leader, and noted that 'in keeping with its status as an emerging world power, the government of India exerts strong leadership in global and regional, for and in important bilateral relationships. 'Undoubtedly, then, Modi has a lot on his hands to sustain India’s status as an emerging world power, not only in the area of intelligence and security, but also on the socio-economic front. And in a recent article

balance on current account. And its faltering growth rate may be gradually regressing toward the average GDP growth of 6% it had between 2000 and 2005. A high growth rate is necessary for a growing population and a growing workforce, and also a critical economic indicator to maintain its status within BRICS.” But Modi has been the Chief Minister of State of Gujarat since 2001 and has presented and possibly transformed Gujarat as the global business hub. In the previous five years, Gujarat has had an average annual growth rate of 10.4%, higher than the growth rate of the ‘Asian Tigers’; Gujarat makes available 16% of the nation’s industrial production; and provides 12.7%, the largest share of investments to the nation (http:// www.vibrantgujarat.com/ strong-economic-credentials.htm, accessed May 17, 2014). And so, if these accomplishments in Gujarat are to have any significance, then India has placed its trust in good hands by handing Modi a landslide. During the 2014 Gen-

eral Election campaign, Arvind Kejriwal of the Aam Admi Party (AAP) and Rahul Gandhi of the INC heaped scathing criticisms on Modi’s Gujarat model of development, inferring that it favours the corporate world. Dalrymple, in the New Statesman (2014), pointed out that “…after all, under his stewardship, the economy of the state of Gujarat, for which he has been chief minister since 2001, has nearly tripled in size. He also has a reputation for decisiveness, getting things done, rooting out corruption, stimulating investment and slashing through the bureaucratic red tape and outdated, cumbersome regulations.” The reality is that Gujarat

has thrived economically more than most States in India using this model of development. And within hours of Shri Narendra Modi becoming the new Prime Minister of India, both Prime Minister of Great Britain David Cameron and U.S. President Barack Obama issued him with invitations to visit their countries.What is interesting is that their invitations came even before Modi takes the oath of office. And perhaps, Obama and Cameron should be the ones visiting the Prime Minister-designate in India as a token of their goodwill on Modi’s elevation to the highest civilian position in the land. In addition, it may be

useful to note that it was the same U.S., under the George W. Bush Administration in 2005, that denied Modi a U.S. visa because of his alleged implication in the anti-Muslim riot in 2002, of which he was absolved.However, visiting the U.S. and Great Britain would hardly be a priority for Modi at this time. Note, too, that India still is not a signatory to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, something that the U.S. and the Western world want. India and Modi, therefore, are important players on the world scene, so interactions between Modi and the Western world have to be reciprocally beneficial, creating a win-win scenario.


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Chronicle Weekend Roundup with Telesha Ramnarine May 12-17, 2014

MONDAY, 12TH

New US$1.3M ‘agri’project sees progress across socio-economic spectrum

the suspect. ************************************ WEDNESDAY, 14TH

Uncovered manhole at Robb and Savage Streets poses threat

THE new US$1.35M Hydroponic and Organic Vegetable Production and Marketing project is an agricultural initiative which is seeing progress across the socio-economic spectrum, says Partners of the Americas (POA) Guyana Chapter Coordinator, Kelvin Craig. This new initiative, known as the Sustainable Livelihoods and Community Economic Growth through Hydroponic and Organic Vegetable Production and Marketing project, is being funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Japanese Trust Fund (JPO), in collaboration with the Partners of the Americas (POA), Inter-American Institute for Cooperation in Agriculture (IICA), and Caribbean Self-Reliance International (CASRI).

A PARTLY covered manhole on the pavement at the corner of Robb and Savage Street, Georgetown, is causing some amount of public concern. Vendor Alva Moffatt told this publication that the uncovered manhole poses a threat to life and limb, since vendors there have had to assist several persons who fell into the manhole. The manhole, he added, is only covered by three pieces of wood, leaving it partly uncovered and a hazard since many persons traversing the pavement have accidentally slipped into it and some were injured. A few months ago a woman and a child fell into an uncovered manhole on the pavement on Water Street, not far from the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) outlet and they had to be rescued by passersby.

Go-Invest head calls on M&CC to set aside their differences

Man remanded on two Leguan burglary charges

CHAIRMAN and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Office for Investment (GO-Invest), Mr Keith Burrowes, is calling on the Georgetown Mayor and City Council (M&CC) and “the appointed Town Clerk” to work in unison in the interest of progress, and to improve the current situation at the Council. “I wish to beg all parties to put their differences aside and work for the betterment of Georgetown, [and to] acknowledge the embarrassing spectacle you are all making of yourselves, more so Guyana,” Burrowes said in a paid advertisement carried recently.

PYO announces inaugural Independence Anniversary Essay Competition

THE Progressive Youth Organisation (PYO) has announced its inaugural Essay Competition as part of observations to celebrate 48 years of the Republic of Guyana’s independence. The competition is open to persons between 13 and 18 years , and the essay, not exceeding 1500 words, must be on the topic: “Dr. Jagan’s struggles for an Independent Guyana”. Deadline for submission is May 31, 2014. Entries can be sent via e-mail to essay@pyguyana.org, or dropped off at the nearest Freedom House/PPP office in the respective regions across the country. Submissions must be clearly labelled: Progressive Youth Organization Independence Anniversary Essay Competition, and should be clearly written or typed. Participants are required to provide their names, date of birth, contact information, details for being inspired to write the essay. Prizes vary from $25,000 to 15,000. Contact can be made to 600-4230 or BBM #@25C5826A. ************************************ TUESDAY, 13TH

Court again absolves Carol Ann Lynch of husband’s murder

THE murder charge against former South American beauty queen, Carol Ann Lynch was discharged by Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry on the basis of insufficient evidence. Lynch was charged for the second time, after the first case had been dismissed by then Magistrate Gordon Gilhuys for the same reason. Particulars of the capital offence said that Lynch killed her husband, Farouk Razack on May 7, 2007, at 106 Ireng Place, Bel Air Park, Georgetown, where the then Swiss House Cambio managing director was found dead.

Essequibo rice farmer shoots reputed wife

INVESTIGATORS in the Police ‘G’ Division, Essequibo were hunting for 36-year-ld Kumar Bissoon, a rice farmer who allegedly attempted to murder his reputed wife, 24-yearold Asha Singh, with whom he has two children. A police source who spoke with this publication said that one of the four shots grazed the woman’s head, and she was treated at the Regional Hospital and sent away. The police immediately went in search of the man, who residents indicated had fled into the backdam.

Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run accident

FIFTY-THREE-YEAR-OLD Shameer Mangal, of De Kindren, West Coast, Demerara, died after being hit by a motor vehicle on the public road in the village. Police said it happened about 22:15 hrs that night and investigations revealed that Mangal was walking along the roadway at the time. The vehicle which struck him drove away from the scene and Mangal was pronounced dead on arrival at the Leonora Cottage Hospital. Police are continuing the hunt for

RAJIV Ramroop was refused bail on two charges of break and enter and larceny. He pleaded not guilty to both, one of which said that on Thursday, May 8, at Leguan Island, he broke and entered the dwelling house of Tulsie Persaud, also called Pandit, and stole one pink mini music box and $40,000 cash, together valued $43,000.The other allegation said that on May 5, at Enterprise, Long Road, in Leguan, too, he broke and entered the dwelling of Christopher Anthony and stole one body spray, one perfume, three boxer shorts and $10,500 cash, among other items, all worth $40,000. The defendant confessed that, two years ago, he was convicted of a similar offence. The matter was transferred to Leguan Court for May 15.

First rice crop exceeds 300,000 tonnes

THE rice industry has exceeded 300,000 tonnes of rice as the first crop production for 2014, and could surpass 600,000 tonnes by December 2014. Minister of Agriculture Dr. Leslie Ramsammy stated that the target achieved is a first in Guyana’s history, as well as in the Caribbean. He noted that the claim 10 years ago that the country could produce 500,000 tonnes by 2020 was regarded as impossible; however Guyana did achieve this benchmark more than five years early. In 2013, Guyana produced 535,000 tonnes of rice. ************************************ THURSDAY, 15TH

No charges for Finance Minister after February accident

THE Chambers of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has advised the police not to charge Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh with any offence following the accident in which he was involved last Mashramani Night. The decision was made after the persons who were affected both indicated that they no longer wish to pursue the matter. The minister was accused of driving a government vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, but has since denied this claim.

Chief Justice quashes Mayoral decision to make King Town Clerk

ACTING Chief Justice, Ian Chang has issued eight orders to Mayor Hamilton Green and the City Council over several actions taken, including the appointment of current Public Relations Officer, Royston King as Town Clerk. This is following a motion filed in the High Court by Carol Sooba who was appointed Town Clerk by the Minister of Local Government. The first Order directed Green to quash his decision to swear in King as Town Clerk, unless reasons are provided that the decision is lawful.

ETI student commits suicide by hanging

EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD, first year student of Essequibo Technical Institute (ETI), at Anna Regina, committed suicide by hanging himself with a piece of rope from a jamoon tree aback of Henrietta Village on the Essequibo Coast. The victim of the tragedy, known as ‘Vikash’, attended classes on Tuesday and returned home, where he lived with his grandmother, having grown up with her from a baby. Several persons speculated that the teenager killed himself because of problems he was facing in a love affair. ************************************ FRIDAY, 16TH

House approves new demerit system to improve road safety

THE National Assembly has unanimously passed the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill 2014 which, among other provisions, pioneers the implementation of a

demerit system as a means of sanctioning errant road users and improving road safety. The Bill is intended to amend the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act with seven changes that address issues such as the definition of owner and the creation of an offence where the registered owner of a motor vehicle that has been lost or stolen fails to make a report to a police station within seven days from the loss or theft.

NGSA marking completed – systems in place for release of results by June 27

Currently, the marked examination scripts are being processed nationally, and all systems are in place and functioning optimally to guarantee the release of the results as promised by the ministry, by Friday, June 27, 2014. This marks the second consecutive year that the MOE will be releasing the NGSA results promptly as indicated, through the continued enhancement of the overall quality management processes of the examination.

Lover accused in septic tank murder trial says kindness got her into trouble

MURDER accused Desiree Jeffers, who is facing trial for the murder of her ex-policeman lover, Igris Bobb Blackman, began her defence with an unsworn statement that she got into trouble because she was kind. Asking the jury to find her innocent of the death of Blackman, whose body was fished out of the septic tank at her residence at Parfait Harmonie, West Bank Demerara, she said she got to know him in 2006 when she rented him a room at her home, after he was put out of his uncle’s home. He could not have paid the rent, so she gave him the room free of charge, so that he would be able to take care of the property when she was out of the country. She said that because she was kind, they became intimate friends and she related incidents to the jury, citing one occasion when his sister phoned her enquiring about Blackman, who is also known as David. She also told about contacts with the police who entered her home in search of the missing Blackman. According to her, the police conducted a search at the home but found nothing. However, she said that in a septic tank outside, they found Blackman wrapped in a carpet and tied with a rope. She declared that when she was taken to the septic tank, she said: “Oh my God, I am not responsible for this.” ************************************ SATURDAY, 17TH

President charges Opposition with ‘playing very cheap politics’

THE Motion passed by the Parliamentary Opposition on Thursday, demanding a reduction in the Berbice River Bridge toll, is populist politicking and irresponsible, according to President Donald Ramotar. In an interview with the Government Information Agency (GINA), the President said that members of the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), which piloted the Motion, were very much present in the National Assembly when the Act governing the bridge’s operations and construction was tabled and passed. “They know that the government is constrained from doing anything in relation to the toll of crossing the bridge, largely because the Act itself says that any changes in the toll have to come from the Board of Directors of the bridge, making a request to the minister,” the President said, adding that to date, “no such suggestion has come.”

Agriculture Ministry sets up special El Nino watch

THE Ministry of Agriculture, after consultation with its Hydro-Meteorological Office and taking into consideration predictions from various Regional and International Forecasting and Weather Agencies, has issued an El Nino Watch. According to the Ministry, Guyana’s rainfall for the period from March, April and, so far, in May, has been below the average expected. A special El Nino Working Group has since been set up to monitor and plan actions to reduce any adverse impact of a possible El Nino on agriculture production.

Schoolboy stabbed with pencil to fly to Trinidad

NARESH Ramotar, the six-year-old boy stabbed in the left eye with a pencil by another pupil of Strathspey Primary School, East Coast Demerara, may have to be sent to Trinidad for corrective surgery. That would be necessary to save the injured eye, his grandfather, Harantak Harbahadur told the Guyana Chronicle. A surgical operation was performed on the child at the Georgetown Public Hospital) two days after he suffered the injury and doctors were, at the time, concerned about prospects for the restoration of his vision. However, a decision has now been made to have him flown to Trinidad, and the logistics are being worked out.


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THERE is no doubt that human beings are the dominant species on Earth. The seven billion of us account for about one-third of the total body mass of large animals on the planet, with our domestic animals accounting for most of the rest. (Wild animals only amount to 3 to 5 percent.) But are we really central to the scheme of things? That is a different question. Almost all the scientific discoveries of the past few centuries have moved human beings away from the centre of things towards the periphery. In the 16th century we learned that Earth went around the Sun, not the other way round. Then we realised that the Sun was just one more yellow star among a hundred billion others “far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy,” as Douglas Adams put it. And this is just one galaxy among hundreds of billions. Then the geologists learned that our planet is four and a half billion years old, whereas we primates have only been around for the past seven million years, and modern human being for a mere 100,000 years. And so on and so forth, until we felt very small and insig-

nificant. But now the story is heading back in the other direction; they’re going to name an entire geological epoch after us. The Anthropocene. Don’t get too excited: an epoch is not that big a deal in geology. Just as there is an ascending hierarchy of days, weeks, months and years in present time, there is a hierarchy of epochs, periods, eras and aeons in geological time. Until recently, everybody agreed that we live in the Holocene epoch of the Quaternary period, which in turn is part of the 65-million-year old Cenozoic era, the most recent phase of the 540-million-year Phanerozoic aeon. Holocene means “entirely recent”, and is reckoned to have begun at the end of the last major glaciation less than 12,000 years ago. That’s not a very long time even for a mere epoch – but geologists are now considering the possibility that we have already entered a different epoch, the Anthropocene (from the Greek roots for “man” and “recent”). That is, an epoch defined by the impact of human beings on the entire planetary environment. Geologists want to see evidence in the rocks before they define an epoch, and it’s early days for that yet,

but it’s clear that the fossil records for the present time will show a massive loss of forests, a very high rate of extinctions, and a preponderance of fossils of only a few species: us and our domesticated animals. The acidification of the oceans is destroying the coral reefs, which will produce a “reef gap” similar to the ones that marked the five great extinctions of the past. The changes in the atmosphere caused by the burning of massive amounts of fossil fuels – coal, oil and gas – will show up in the form of rising sea levels due to warming, and in the decline of carbonate rocks like limestone and chalk in the deep-ocean sediments. If this is really a new epoch, then geologists (human or otherwise) millions of years from now should be able to work out what happened just from the rocks, without any direct knowledge of the past. However, if the current global civilisation collapses as a result of these changes, they will have only a very thin band of rock to work with. The idea of declaring the Anthropocene as a new epoch is being taken seriously by geologists: the International Union of Geological Sciences has set up a work-

ing group of the International Commission on Stratigraphy to report by 2016 on whether the Holocene must give way to the Anthropocene. They will also have to decide when the Anthropocene began. In 1950, at the start of the “Great Acceleration” that saw the human population and its greenhouse gas emissions both triple in only six decades? At the start of the Industrial Revolution two-and-a-half centuries ago? Or eight thousand years ago, when the first farmers began to clear forests and emit significant amounts of greenhouse gases? Take your pick, because it doesn’t matter. The real purpose of declaring the Anthropocene period is to focus human attention on the scale of our impacts on the planetary en-

vironment. As biologist E.O. Wilson wrote: “The pattern of human population growth in the twentieth century was more bacterial than primate.” He calculated that human biomass is already a hundred times larger than that of any other large animal species present or past except for our own domesticated animals. That phase of runaway population growth is over now, but the global rise in living standards is having further environmental impacts of the same order. Climate change is the headline threat, but the loss of biodiversity, ozone depletion, ocean acidification and half a dozen other negative trends are also driven by our numbers and our lifestyle. Being responsible for keeping so many interlocking systems within their

BY GWYNNE DYER

Welcome to the Anthropocene

permissible limits may be more than our civilisation can manage, but it’s already too late to reject that job. All we can do now is try to stay within the planetary boundaries (which in some cases requires discovering exactly where they are), and restore as many natural systems as we can. The odds are not in our favour.


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Agriculture Ministry issues - Sugar and rice sectors prepared El Nino Watch for adverse weather conditions By Vanessa Narine

GUYANA’S two major agricultural sectors, rice and sugar, are bracing for the impacts of the expected El Nino conditions during the coming months. The Ministry of Agriculture, having consulted with its Hydro-Meteorolog-

ical Office, and taking into consideration predictions from various regional and international forecasting and weather agencies, issued an El Nino Watch on Friday. According to the Agriculture Ministry, Guyana’s rainfall for the period beginning in March and extending to the present time in May

has been below the average expected in accordance with the long-term averages; and subject minister, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy told the Guyana Chronicle that steps are being taken in the sugar belt to prepare for the onset of El Nino. He said, “We will have some kind of El Nino con-

ditions this year, whether it is full blown or not, but I think if we manage the water situation like we did during the mini-El Nino we had last year, we would be able to deal with the impacts. “I am concerned about the level of water in our conservancies…. (considerably lower than normal) Normally, in April we would open the conservancy to let water out, to create space for the May/June rains; but it is already early May and the rains haven’t come.” The water level data from the four main conservancies as at last Friday indicated that: * The East Demerara Water Conservancy (EDWC) stands at 55 Georgetown Datum (GD), over its full supply level of 57.5 GD;

* The Mahaica/Mahaicony/Abary (MMA) stands at 60.25GD over its full supply level of 64 GD; * The Boeraserie currently stands at 59.30GD, compared to the full supply level of 61.3GD; and * The Tapakuma stands at 56.6GD over the fully supply level of 57.5GD. Minister Ramsammy indicated that the Agriculture Ministry is prepared to pump water where necessary. He said, “Not to say that the rains will not come, but if it comes it may come late and not as much…. Whether it is enough to fill the conservancy is another matter, so we will continue to pump water; it will mean additional costs

for the ministry, as well as GuySuCo, to address this.” An El Nino working group comprising people into agriculture, people from the private sector and people from ministries such as Public Works, Local Government etc. has been formed to confront the impending situation. FARMERS COOPERATING Head of the Guyana Rice Producers’ Association (RPA), Mr Dharamkumar Seeraj, said that since the advisory has been issued, rice farmers have been cooperating. He said: “The issue of expected less-than-normal rainfall is one we are ad-

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Agriculture Ministry issues ... From page 12 dressing. (The weather condition) is expected to be mild, which is reduced or below normal rainfall. “The May/June rains have never failed us in the past. During periods of El Nino, we have been failing with the December/January rains in the past. But rice does well in dry weather, provided we have water for irrigation and so on in place,” Mr. Seeraj said. According to him, the RPA is talking to farmers about conservation and efficient use of the water. “We have also advised against tampering (with) our irrigation systems. We have had discussions with our major conservancy operators in

terms of the monitoring, to ensure there is no escape of water anywhere, and that they operate in the most efficient manner possible, so that we can use what is stored there already. We are prepared for the impacts of El Nino.” Guyana has, and continues to be, a victim of climate change, but the country has taken steps to adapt to its impacts. The Agriculture Ministry said the El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) diagnostic discussion issued on May 8 by the Climate Prediction Center (NCEP) and the International Research Institute for Climate and Society has indicated there is now more than a 65 percent chance that the Northern Hemisphere will experience El Nino conditions by the June/

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July/August season. Meanwhile, La Nina, above average rainfall in an area for a particular period of time, is generally associated with drier places, and follows a period of El Nino. Additionally, in late April, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) warned countries that the possibility of a severe El Nino must be heeded. Climatologists and weather forecasters predicted an El Nino for the Americas, starting in July and intensifying towards October and December. The prediction as of this time is that it could be a serious El Nino with severe droughts in many parts of the Americas.


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Teenager shot in jaw by flare gun

BRITTAINY London, 16, of 66 East La Penitence, Georgetown, is nursing a wound to her right jaw inflicted by a flare gun while she was on her way home from classes on Thursday last. Her condition is listed as stable and she is a patient in the Female Surgical Ward at the Georgetown Public Hospital. Although an x-ray revealed that nothing was lodged in her jaw, she is awaiting surgery that will take place when the swelling subsides.

Speaking to this publication from her hospital bed, she said she was on her way home when, by the East La penitence bridge, she encountered a young man fidgeting with a flare gun. He continued fidgeting with the gun, she warned him not to point it at her, and then it went off. She was shot in the right jaw and was rushed to the hospital by public-spirited citizens. Her mother, Caroletha London, who was beside her

daughter at the hospital, said that her main concern is that her child gets well and she will seek advice later on what should be done. The teen’s grandmother, Linda Rutherford, an Editor at the Guyana Chronicle, added that as usual, London was home from school at North Ruimveldt Multilateral Secondary, and left for Spanish lessons at about 16:30hrs. Rutherford stated that next she heard from a relative that her granddaughter was shot and injured.

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By Michel Outridge SUCCESS STORIES, areas of collaboration, labour matters and challenges are some of the issues that dominated the agenda of a meeting between a high-level team from the International Labour Organisation and the local Tripartite Committee. The meeting, held at the Labour Department’s, Brickdam Office, was hosted by Labour Minister, Dr. Nanda K. Gopaul, Human Services Minister, Jennifer Webster and members of the Tripartite Committee, comprising representatives of the trade unions, employers, and other social partners. Leading the ILO team was Dr. Giovanni di Cola, Director, Decent Work Team and Office for the Caribbean. He was accompanied by Rainer Pritzer, Senior Specialist, Social Dialogue and Labour Administration; Reynold Simons, Senior Specialist, Employment and Labour Market Policies; Paula Robinson, Senior Specialist, Workers Activities; and Anne Knowles, Senior Specialist, Employers Activities. Dr. di Cola commended Guyana for the successful implementation of the School Retention ILO/TACKLE Project, which targetted school children for increased attendance and performance at schools, thereby eliminating child labour. “Thanks to Guyana, the project was particularly successful in the Caribbean… The collaboration was even good during the challenges,” Dr. di Cola said. While the ILO funding for the project has come to an end, the Project is now being integrated into the national system through the Ministry of Education. Minister Gopaul advised that vehicles have been purchased to continue the transportation component of the project, and the provision of hot meals to the students will also continue. The minister also told the team about the successful training programmes being executed through the Board of Industrial Training (BIT) to provide additional opportunities to young people who dropped out of school, address unemployment as well as financial support for students in the public schools, and provision of meals, transportation and school uniforms for them. The more-than-three-hour-long meeting saw discussions on social dialogue, workers’ migration, and social and health benefits; as well as the work of the Tripartite Committee. Through the National Tripartite Committee, and the support of the ILO, the Labour Ministry was able to implement and exceed the parameters of the Decent Work Country Programme; table HIV/AIDS regulations in the National Assembly; and craft regulations to address mining, manufacturing, chemicals, and noise, all of which are being finalised. Noris Whitter of the Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) commended the Tripartite Committee for its work, and said the support of the ILO has been instrumental to its success. Appreciation was also expressed to the ILO by Kenneth Joseph of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG), and Dale Beresford of the TUC. Messrs Beresford and Jerry Goolsarran of the Consultative Association of Guyanese Industries (CAGI) also noted the strong leadership provided by Minister Gopaul, which has seen successes such as the implementation of the National Minimum Wage and the 40-hour work week. Guyana was also praised for being one of thirteen countries to sign the ILO Convention No. 189, which offers specific protection to domestic workers. This makes Guyana the only country in the Caribbean, and one of few in Latin America, to do so, according to the ILO. Following the discussions, the grouping agreed that the ILO would support Guyana with technical expertise in various areas discussed, in order to boost local capacity.

From left, Labour Minister, Dr. Nanda K. Gopaul, Human Services and Social Security Minister, Ms. Jennifer Webster, Chief Labour Officer, Mr. Charles Ogle and Senior Labour Officer, Mr. Prandatt Basdeo interact with Dr. Giovanni di Cola, Director Decent Work Team, and Office for the Caribbean.     


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liams ruffled, upset, angry, offended or annoyed and it puzzles me how he could accomplish this state of being,” Dr. Singh declared. He recalled that the late Governor distinguished himself as an individual and professional who served his country faithfully and dedicatedly. “He was a man of courage, strength and immense capability,” he concluded, adding that his (Williams’) strength was illustrated in his final fight for life. He fought that fight for many years, never once displaying a hint of dejection nor desperation.” Dr. Singh thanked Mrs. Williams for having given Guyana Lawrence Williams, a man dedicated to his word, adding that

By Shirley Thomas GLOWING tributes to him flowed at an ‘Evening of Reflection’ in honour of the life of the late Governor of the Bank of Guyana, Mr. Lawrence Theodore Williams, CCH. The occasion was hosted Wednesday at the Umana Yana, Kingston, Georgetown, for the 59-year-old who served Guyana’s premier banking institution for the last 35 years. He died at the Dr. Balwant Singh Hospital in Georgetown on May 7 after losing the battle against a terminal illness. Having joined the Central Bank in 1979, he rose through the ranks, serving in various capacities and before being appointed, in 1994, as the Banking Manager, third in the hierarchy. In November 2004, Williams was appointed to act as Governor before being officially sworn in as substantive Governor on June 8, 2005, by then President Bharrat Jagdeo. Among those gathered to join the sorrowing widow, Mrs. Valerie Williams and other bereaved family members at Wednesday’s forum were Prime Minister, Samuel Hinds; Minister of Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh; former Minister of Finance, Sasenarine Kowlessar; Deputy Governor of the Bank of Guyana, Dr. Gobin Ganga; Chief Statistician, Lennox Benjamin and others. Meanwhile, chairing the programme was Mr. Maurice Munroe, Chief Accountant of the Bank of Guyana. In his introductory remarks, he briefly traced Mr. Williams’ work with the bank, noting the profound impact his life had on the institution. CONSUMMATE PROFESSIONAL Munroe described the late Governor as one who distinguished himself as a consummate professional and whose affable disposition greatly touched the lives of those with whom he worked, or indeed, came into contact. He was

Prime Minister Samuel Hinds offers condolences credited for having served his country faithfully and with distinction. Minister Singh, on behalf of the Ministry of Finance, extended profound condolences to Mrs. Williams and her bereaved family, as well as to the Bank of Guyana Family. He acknowledged a plethora of letters and messages of condolences received from regional and international institutions around the hemisphere with whom Williams had come into contact during the course of his working life. They all concurred and echoed the same sentiments that, Guyana has lost a distinguished, able and outstanding servant. “I do not know of anyone who has ever had anything negative to say about Lawrence Williams. I have never seen him unnerved by any situation. I have never seen Lawrence Wil-

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he, the minister, felt deeply honoured and privileged to have worked with him. In concluding, Dr. Singh emphasised: “Even if his stay on this earthly abode might have been abbreviated… his 59 years were well spent (on this earthly abode) and finally discharged. We will forever mourn his loss, sing and celebrate his work.” WORK BONDS Entreating Chief Statistician, Lennox Benjamin as testament to the strong and dedicated work bonds they

at the Evening of Reflection for former Governor s shared, he recalled the many late days and nights of work they endured, confronting tough issues. Deputy Governor Ganga acknowledged and lauded the 35 years of dedicated service Mr. Williams rendered to the Central Bank, alluding to it as quite a milestone. He was intrigued that the late Governor was such a good servant who never harboured a thought of migrating. “He was a friend to many and carried himself with humility. He was, indeed, a gentlemen, humorous and was, indeed, a stalwart who played his game as a team player,” Ganga said. He added that, with 35 years’ service at the Central Bank, Lawrence Williams must have carried with him, a mountain of institutional memories, crucial for organisational success. “Indeed he was a very good team player and achieved the required success expected by the organisation. He has left an indelible mark and would be dearly missed,” Ganga asserted. Prime Minister Hinds who recalled brief and pleasant encounters with the Governor, on matters of state, said he was shocked on learning of Mr. Williams’ passing and tendered condolences to widowed, Mrs. Williams, their two children and one grandchild. Acknowledging the yeoman contribution Mr. Williams had made to banking in Guyana, Mr. Hinds praised his dedication and commitment to Guyana, by sticking it out even through the difficult period of the 70’s and 80’s and not migrating. He was impressed that Lawrence Williams, the young and budding banker, despite the glamour of material things offered elsewhere, put that behind him and made a conscious decision to remain in the land of his birth and provide the critical services needed for national development. “The life of the Governor gives us this assurance that there are still people committed to staying on,” the Prime Minister concluded. SHARED MEMORIES Paying tribute to the late Governor, too, was his sister, Ms. Waveney Williams, a midwife, who shared memories of their childhood past, their early adult life growing up in Cane Grove, East Coast Demerara and the impact of their grandparents’ contribution to their upbringing. She remembered their grandmother ruled with an iron fist and attested to just how well it paid off, recalling that failure to spare the rod, at the expense of spoiling the child, yielded much resulting in the upbringing of a band of well-rounded siblings and good quality and See page 19

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Glowing tributes paid to late ... From Centre academically sound. “It became known at an early stage that to whom much is given, much is expected, hence they took studies seriously. Ms. Williams was able to demonstrate the validity and impact of the contribution of the extended fam-

ily and village elders, to harnessing and bringing up children who were not necessarily their own. In those days, as the saying went, it takes a village to raise a child. Against such a background, Lawrence had to succeed and he was very resourceful, she noted, asserting that her brother was humble, steadfast in his love for country and would exchange it for nothing.

Sister of the deceased, Ms. Waveney Williams, offers a tribute to her brother, Lawrence Williams

“He had to be humble in a place where it took a village to bring up a child,” she said. The Evening of Reflection was spiced with spirited choral singing by the Bank of Guyana’s ‘Voices in Harmony’ under the baton of Ms. Maud Adonis. The group rendered inspirational and uplifting songs and select poems were dedicated to the bereaved widow and family members of the deceased.

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 with 20ft driveway Dennis Street $17M, S e c . ' M ' 90 x 50 plus reserve $1 7M, Kitty 8 000 sq. ft $19M, one house in McDoom close to main road $9M. Pho n e M r D a r i n d r a 6 1 5 0069, 618-0000 Vice P r e s i d e nt Alysious Pereira 6 2 3 - 2 5 9 1 , 2 2 7-6863, 2261064, 225-2626.

 place North Road one large and fully secured ground floor. Tel. 642-0636.

River front land 1.5 acres $35M, single lot $3M. Call 592-663-1728.  income land 55x 100 $2.5M neg at Parfaite Harmonie Phase 1. 697-5378 Victor.

 Kara, 3 Acres in Linden $32M neg. Contact 6803771, 694-7210..       i n L i n d e n $6.5M neg. Contact 680-3771, 694-7210 Blocks for sale. Tel. 683-9910.  in Good Hope H/ Sheme ECD, 50x100. Please contact 695-3150, 623-0156 for more info.   cultivated citrus, house, fish pond, storage, 2 acres cultivated, 2 - 1 ACRE cultivated Parika. Contact 226-7968.  plot of land $4M, Non Pareil, ECD, single plot Granville Park, ECD. Tel. 2207259, 623-8195.

. Between 18-35yrs. Apply at Lens Décor, 8 Sheriff Street, Georgetown. Tel#: 227-0176 /Baker for interior location. Must know to cook and bake a wide variety of items. Strictly nonsmoker, Applicants must be experienced with verifiable references and must be at least 40 years old. Others need not apply. Call 618-2020. Guards, age 28-55 years (males only). Must be able to work shift. Requirements - written application, reference letter, Police Clearance. You must bring along your NIS Card number, ID No. and TIN. Apply 233 South Road, Lacytown, Tel. 225-0198. Benefits - Meal allowance. you a professional sales person? Then Fabulous Homes Intl. has the perfect opportunity or you. Go to Fabulous Homes International Company. Apply now and apply or Email us a t info@fabuloushomesinternational.com 615-8740. , age 28 to 48 years. Must be able to work shift. Requirements - written application, reference lett e r, P o l i c e C l e a r a n c e . Yo u must bring along your NIS Card, TIN, ID No. Apply 233 S o u t h R o a d , L a c y t o w n Te l . 225-0198.

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     r o a d side land for sale. Contact 671-1997.  No.2, 138 ft x 1750 - 5.5 acres - $15M, Phone 2277734.     Triumph, $4M neg. Tel. 220-2760, 645-3791.  x 80 LAND in Grove, E B D . P r i c e $ 5 M n e g . Te l . 6 9 5 5 7 4 4 rennygrant@yahoo.com ACRES transported land, Demerara River. Tel. 222-4708. LOT at 14 Kersaint Park, LBI. Tel. 699-9201. at Soesdyke, first corner, Soesdyke sign, 120 x 48. Owner migrating. Serious enquiries only. Tel. 673-7600.  ECCLES 100 x 50 only $14M, Call 231-2064, 225-2626, 227-6863, 615-0069, 627-0288, 226-1064.  leaving. 180 acres land in Mahaica Creek priced to sell. Call 6446551.

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/Customer Service Clerk for furniture company. Must have experience in VAT, NIS, PAYE, Microsoft Excel. Computer-literate. 649-9508.

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  $5.8M, Sea Front $12.5M, Diamond $7M, $4.5M, Eccles $6.5M, Enterprise $2.8M. Troy 626-2243.  land Linden Highway 152 acres, road to river $36M. 6092302, 609-6516, 645-2580. E m a i l : defreitasassociates@gmail.com  compound: House lot 55 x 100, ideal location, just behind the Princess Hotel,. Only $13M neg. Tel. 645-9266, 2257722.  FT X 50 FT - $2.2M, High income area, already excavated La Parfaite Harmonie, Diamond with foundation $3.2M. 675-7292  in Queenstown 165 x 60 over $100M. Phone Vice President Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Vice President Darandia 615-0069, 618-0000, 225-2626  54x80 - $2.7M, Vreed-en-Hoop, La Parfaite Harmonie, Canal No. 1 - $5M, Meten-Meer-Zorg back - 1 acre. Soesdyke, Grove. 688-4414, 6298253.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Dazzell Housing Scheme plot of land $1.5M, Providence plot of land $2.8M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 6517078.  ACRES prime high land in Cane Grove/Mahaica, has good road, water, light, farm house, bearing fruit trees, $22M. Call 227-3285, 617-6502. GARDENS/ REPUBLIC PARK E.B.D (Gated community) - Size 5000 sq ft. Price $13.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  STREET- double lot prime business spot (Size 12,500 sq ft) Price USD$ 1.3 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 -7400, 6857887, 643-6353. 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.  GARDENS E.C.D - Triple lot. Price $58 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. ST NEWTOWN Land with concrete fence. Size 31 X 135. Price 21million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

COMPOUND. House lots, Versailles Roraima (back of Aracari) and Republic Gardens. 44 ACRES E.B. Demerara.     E.C.D - Land with foundation for 2 storey house. Land size 52 X 84. Price $ 6.5 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. ST NEWTOWN Double lot. Size 31 X 135. Price $18 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.   ST NEWTOWN CORNER LOT -Size 70 X 70. Price $24 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  ROAD, Bourda CORNER LOT. Price $44 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. STEET, LODGE - 3 lots together with a 2 bedroom wooden cottage and walkway. Price 18 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.   REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Houston lot for $12M, Enmore ECD 200 x 200 $30M on public road, Crane Public Road $35M, Parika side of stelling $12M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.   land in Duncan St. f o r 4-storey o f f ice complex, bond , s c h o o l , apartment $ 4 0 M . P h o n e 6 2 7 - 0 2 8 8 , M r. Ramsayoe 618-0000, Mr Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Mr. Darindra 615-0069.\  CLOSE to Brickdam, $75M suitable for 5-storey complex, hotel Mr Ramsohoye 6180000, Mr Per e i r a 2 2 6 - 1 0 6 4 , Mr. Darindra 615-0069, 225262 6 , 2 2 7 - 6 8 6 3 , 2 2 5 -5198\  deals! They don't come everyday. EBD Public Road 45 acres $40M, D'Urban Street 100x40 $21M, Soesdyke near Splashmins 400x103 $3M, Republic Park 100x100 $28M, etc. Tel. 627-4348 Ryan  $6M neg, Dazzell Housing Scheme $5M neg, Eccles $6.5M, Coldingen $3.5M, Diamond $7.5M, $5.5M, Mon Repos $6.5M, Kitty $16M, BV. $15M. Charlyn - 665-9081. $15M, Grove $6M, La Parfaite Harmonie $2M, Garnett Street $35M, Good Hope $8M, Diamond $15M,       . Tel. 225-5908, 626-5807, 688-7485.   REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Queenstown land in residential area. Price $38M, Land in Dowding Street 25'x120'. Price $15M Tel. 225-3737, 2254398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Bagotstown Public Road near Demerara Harbour Bridge, back lot 38x90 with 6-foot walkway, great deal $8M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.   REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Princes Street double back lot with 4 ft walkway. Price $7M, Bagotstown EBD Public Road back lot with 4ft walkway $10M, Providence EBD one house lot, price $3M. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.   REAL ESTATE AGENCY: De Abreu Street corner lot, Price $30M, Bel Air Village residential area land. Price $25M, 2 acres land facing Demerara River width is 800, length is 1000 feet. Nice for wharf, factory or other large scale business. Needs access to land and sea transportation. Price US$2.5M neg. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Linden Highway 30 acres land $15M, Annandale ECD double lot in front market $15M, Buddy's Scheme double lot $22M, Eccles 'AA' Victoria Street land $19M Goed Fortuin WBD Public Road land 300x 55. Price $28M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078. 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, 6180000, 225-2626, 623-2591, 2261064, 227-6863, 615-0069 prime house lots next to the Guyana National Stadium $130M, from the East Bank Public Road. We have given to you the best Design community in the Caribbean with durable infrastructure. Come see for yourself. For enquire contact Tel. 6158810, 668-3100. , opposite the Cultural Centre in great Industrial Hadfield Street more than $80M. Phone Mr Boodram 692-3831, Mrs Bibi Khan 67603403, Lady Abundance 6611992 Lord Darindra 615-0069, Mr Alex A. Pereira - 669-0943, 6180000, 623-2591, 225-2626, 2261064.  : Pineapple and citrus farms for sale. Access to creek. Pumps and irrigation systems in place. Two chicken pens and many more. Ideal to rear poultry, access road from highway good, and car can drive to farm. Must sell. Owner migrating. Call 6941888, 444-6589.  OF CANAAN, EBD: Transported lots 120' x 120', 4 lots of ½ acre and 4 parcels of one acre. All utilities. Tel. 266-0014, 669-8139.8 000 SQ. FT of land in Vlissengen Road close t o Sandy Babb Street - $79M for 4-storey complex drive through. Phone Mr Boodram 692-3831, 615-0069, 225-2626, 2255198, 618-000, 626-4180.  only remaining triple lot in God Bless Agricola A is #1 for parking truck, bond. Security is the best in the world $19M. Phone Lord Budram 692-3831, Pereira 669-3350, 623-2591, Alexander 661-1952, Hercules 661-1952, 226-1064, 225-5198, 227-6949, 225-2626,2 31-2064, 693-9131, Cameron 225-5184, 7 d a y s a week 24 hours. 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 r e t u r n o n y o u r i n vestment $95M, talking of 5-storey c o m p l e x . P h o n e Lady Racel Jones 688-3431 , Master Darindra 615-0069, 618-0000, 623-2591, 2 2 5 - 2 6 2 6 , 2 2 5-3068, 2 2 6 1 0 6 4, E m ail : tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.co m  x 60 land in Bel Air Village for hotel, bond, 5s t o r e y, s t u d e n t s ' d o r m $42M. Phone Vice President Patrick Pereira 669-3350, Vice President Ramsohoye 618-0000, 623-2591, 227-6863, 225-2626, 6677812. lot in Dennis St, with driv eway 20 feet $17M, Sec. 'M', 80 x 60, plus reserve for bond $1 9 M , D a S i l v a S t 8 0 x 5 0 $13M, Kitty Railway Embankment 8 000 sq. ft $ 2 0 M , land has 20 ft driveways. Vice Preside n t D r a n d i a 6 1 5 0069, Vice P r e sident Alysious Pereira - 623-2591, Vice Pr e s i d e nt Ramsayae 618-0000, Vice President 225-26 2 6 , 226-1064, 667-7812.

 place prime location, price $100 000, one fully secured ground floor. Tel. 2250545.  space North Road large and fully secure ground floor. Tel. 642-0636.

      busines ses mus t think o u t o f t h e box. They must adopt a n e w s t r a t e g y. T h e C h i n ese are moving in so me locations that lan d for bond/factory is cheap, 20 000 sq ft land close to the Chinese embassy for bond. $58M, 8 000 s q . f t o n the main road close t o t h e C h i n e s e E mbassy $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 d e c i s i ve. Present, you ha v e a b o s s , n o w d e c i d e . Phone M r. D a n h a n d r i 6 1 5 0065 , M r. P a t r i c k P e r e i r a 6 6 9 - 3 3 5 0 , M r. A l y s i o u s Pereira 623 -2591, 2252 7 0 9 , 2 2 5 - 2 6 2 6 , 2 2 5 - 3 0 6 8, 2 2 6 - 1064, 227-6863, 225-5198 Seven days of h o t m ail: tonyreidsrealty.com..

 space Bel Air Park executive office space with parking. Tel. 642-0636.

 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 do u b l e l ot 120 x 90 $17M, Happy Acres parallel to th e 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 Emb a s s y, T u r k e y e n 1 . 4 a c r e s $38M, Campbellville 80 x 60 w i t h l o t s o f reserve $ 1 6 M , Republ i c Park $16M, Continental Park double l ot $35 M, Croal Street 75 x 50 - $32M, 3 lot s a t ' A A ' E c c l e s with massive unfinished struct u r e $98M, plus reserve. Friendship $3.5M, Pearl 5 acres for gated c o m m u n i t y $ 4 5 M n e g. Phone , 225-3068, 226-1064, 227-6863, 227-6964, 225-2626.

 three-bedrooms flat house, Eccles new scheme behind Industrial Site, $ 5 0 , 0 0 0 m o n t h l y, C o n t a c t 628-2866.

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 bedroom unfurnished apartment in Cambellville. 6213661. Gardens: 3-bedroom upper flat - 613-9033.  in Bourda Market. 615-8750, 602-8700.  Gardens US$2000. Keyhomes 223-1765, 641-2664.  ECCLES furnished h o u s e U S $ 1 0 0 0 . 6 11 - 0 3 1 5 , 690-8625. -bedroom apartment next to UG. Tel. 680-7622. downstairs flat in Norton Street. Tel. 614-4554.  business space in Light Street. Tel. 6440530. -bedroom self-contained apartment at Mon Repos, ECD. 629-1561, 679-4615.  living in five areas, furnished apartments in Georgetown US880 monthly. Call 592-663-1728.  bond $500,000. Large Storage space Regent St. $500 0 0 0 , m o n t h l y. 6 2 6 - 1 1 5 0 , 231-9181.

 bottom flat apartment at La Grange WBD. Single or working couple. 658- 9619.        f u r n i s h e d a p a r t m e n t s i n B e l A i r, s e cured gate, cable, internet. 682-3733.  and apartment for rental and sale. All price ranges, all areas. Call Neil 610-8282, 6719614. -bedroom apartment in Charity Housing Scheme. Contact 771-4180, 687-5814.  upper flat one-bedroom, inside toilet and bath. Montrose Public Road. 220-7724, 675-1299.

 place in central Georgetown near Camp Street Call 226-4129, 618-4576.    apartment for rent semi furnished. Contact 6161965, 218-3266.       d a i l y, s t u d i o apartment in East Street, business space and furnished 2-bedroom in Alberttown. Te l . 6 2 1 - 5 2 8 2 .  Air Gardens, wide yard space, swimming pool, fully airconditioned, US$6500 per month. 680-3771, 694-7210.  2-bedroom apartment located, 18 Drysdale Street, Charlestown, $50 000 monthly. TEL 226-7551.  two-bedroom house. Contact 688-6876, located at 174 Haslington Housing Scheme, ECD. -EN-HOOP, 7-8 Plantain Walk: Unfurnished 2 - twobedroom apartments with parking. Tel. 264-2639, 264-2743.  3-bedroom house at First Avenue, La Parfaite Harmonie $50 000. Tel. 6226830.  2 bedroom upper flat at 95 Craig St. C/ ville, prefer teacher or working couple or small family (not more than 3). Te l 2 2 5 - 4 4 0 9 , 6 4 5 - 0 9 8 4 .  - $80 000, Lamaha Gardens US$3500, North Road US$1400 and US$600, and many others. Tel. 628-8012.  concrete bond 87'x32' Public Road Mc Doom next to Police out post suitable for storage, factory etc. 233-0570.  4-bedroom house in BB Eccles, semi-furnished. Please call 623-8496.  Park, EBD: 2-bedroom flat concrete house, preferably working couple with kid, $70 000 monthly. Tel. 233-5605. Rose St, Queenstown: Furnished executive apartment with all conveniences. Price US$500. Tel. 225-0545.

: Furnished 2-bedroom flat, suitable for overseas visitors. Tel. 227-1871, 6462939.

 Avenue: Furnished two-, three- and four-bedroom executive apartment with generator and parking. Tel. 642-0636.

floor and second floor space on Duncan Street. 6218198.

: Unfurnished one-bedroom, executive concrete building with all conveniences. Contact Krishnadat Raghbir. Tel. 642-0636.

 for rent in Cummings Lodge. Tel. 642-8354.


22 22 TO LET  building: Newly constructed office building measuring 60ft by 50ft with parking. Tel. 642-0636. Street: Furnished or unfurnished top flat 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, ideal for office or residential use.. Large parking area. US$850. Call 6004343.  furnished studio apartment near UG and Texilla, telephone, internet, water, electricity inclusive. $75 000. Phone 600-4343.  unfurnished 2-bedroom apartment (lower flat at 57 Austin Street, Campbellville. Contact 219-4072, 618-3706.  house with toilet and bath, in Diamond Housing Scheme with secure parking $50 000 monthly. Contact 639-1848.  AA: Furnished four-bedroom, executive concrete building with all conveniences. Contact Krishnadat Raghubir. Tel. 642-0636.  Road business place: Large and fully secured ground floor. No renovations needed. Tel. 642-0636.  Avenue: Large and furnished executive top flat with enclosed garage. Tel. 642-0636. place, Camp St: Large and fully secured ground floor. No renovations needed. Tel. 225-0545. -bedroom apartment with toilet and bath, located in Cummings Lodge. Single person only, student or worker, Tel. 2229123.  to rent close t o U G, s h a r e d a c c o m m o d a t i o n c a l l : 6 2 5 - 8 5 8 5 also to rent, one five bedroom house . -bedroom and two-bedroom apartments at Lot 96 Fourth Street Industrial Housing Scheme, ECD. Tel. 222-7904.   2-bedroom apartments, fully furnished and selfcontained for long- and shortterm rental. Contact Tropical View Hotel. 227-2216.  bottom flat, 3-bedroom apartment. BB Eccles. Tel. 2332248.  spacious 3 bedroom, more apartments. 2227986, 638-7232.  room, female only (no children). 687-5197.  4-bedroom furnished house - $160 000 neg. 222-4158, 641-7526.  oneand 2-bedroom furnished apartments. Tel. 622-8109.  or unfurnished 4-bedroom house in Prashad Nagar and Lamaha Springs. Tel. 6577784, 646-0195.  apartment from US$500, US$800, US$1000, $US1200 and upwards. 226-1064, 669-3350.  furnished apartment, AC, hot and cold, internet, US$25 daily. 231-6061, 6211524.  AIR $65 000, D'Urban St. $65M, $75M, Campbellville house, fully furnished US$140 and many more 626-2243, 6943652.  apartment in Bent Street, Wortmanville, US$30 per d a y. C o n ta c t 2 2 6 - 3 3 0 9 , 218-1033, 678-4267.  5-bedroom house Happy Acres. Call 231-7839 between 08:00hrs and 16:00hrs. - Prime business in central Georgetown, formerly Hotel. - US$3000. JEWANRAM: 227-1988/ 6236431

TO LET : Unfurnished one-bedroom self-contained apartment with parking. Contact Mr Hing. Tel. 680-5000.    TREETFully furnished property for Office purposes. 1200 sq.ft. US$2000.. JEWANRAM: 2271988/ 623-6431.      f u r n i s h e d , 1 bedroom apartment with A C i n K i t t y, f o r s h o r t t i m e visitors. 686-4620, 2272466.          a p a r t ment, inside toilet and bat, 1 6 ' C ' L e R e s o u v e n i r. Te l . 220-4066. : Furnished one-bedroom selfc o n tained apartment with parking. Tel. 677-8176. left apartment 2 bedrooms, inside toilet and bath 194 Anaida Avenue, Eccles. Tel. 266-2547.  space: Suitable for office, salon, or other. (175 sq. ft). Call 227-3064, 628-7589. : Furnished selfcontained apartment includes cable internet optional, phone, AC mosquito mesh, etc. Call 233-3974.   top flat in Campbellville $75 000 monthly. Tel. 648-0303.  self-contained apartment, fridge and bed included. Light and water included in rent at Bagotstown, EBD. Tel. 6275079.   GARDENS- Upscale 3 bedrooms on corner lot. Grilled, A/C, Guard hut, Gargage etc. JEWANRAM: 227-1988/ 6236431.  storey building in A12 East La Penitence Housing Scheme in need of repairs, $22M neg. Tel. 662-6173, 6484420. -style 1-family house by itself in residential neighbourhood US$1000.Tel. 627-4348, Ryan.  FULLY furnished 2-bedroom apartments with kitchen, toilet and bath, Chateau Margot ECD. 660-0943,  ground floor measuring 44' x 22' can be used for a store or storage bond, located at 61 Public Road Kitty, Georgetown. Tel. 226-1769, 629-4961, 600-0282.                               flat 2-bedroom apartment, bottom flat 1-bedroom apartment at ECD. Tel. 220-5516. Call between 08:00hrs and 16:00hrs. 3-bedroom concrete and tiled apartment for long-term rentals, self-contained, hot and cold, AC, etc. Price $100 000, Mon Repos ECD. Tel. 618-0626.  2-bedroom concrete and tiled apartment for longterm rentals self-contained, hot and cold, AC, etc, Price $80 000, Mon Repos ECD. Tel. 618-0626.          f u r nished 3-bedroom house, fully meshed and grilled, large yard space and office space at the bottom. 6108351, 697-5492.  bedroom executive apartment, Industry ECD, semi furnished,19" television, queen bed, stove, $55,000 monthly, Call 628-2866 after 5PM." /unfurnished 3- and 4-bedroom executive houses and apartments US$700, US$1000, US$1500 and up. Ask for Mr Pereira 669-0943, 2312064.

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             $ 9 0 000, Kitty $140 000, Ogle $60 000 - $150 000, AA Eccles (5bedroom house) US$1200, Subryanviile Diana 227-2256, 626-9382,  furnished one- and 2bedroom apartments, long- or short-term. Utilities included. Contact 645-0787, 691-7093.  spot: Could be used as boutique, bond, cell shop, church, snackette, wholesale/retail shop, drinks shop, pharmacy, internet cafe, etc. Contact 646-0668. Call from 3pm to 6pm only. for World Cup accommodations? Apartments available in Fontaleza Brazil. Call Julien Tel. 0015598884147 and 0019882489042 Email: donjay1001@yahoo.com Street Bourda, fully furnished two-bedroom upper flat, with A/C, hot & cold and wi-fi. Price US$35 daily neg, for monthly visitors. Phone 623-9308, 2315992.  house to rent in Kitty - one self-contained master room, extra toilet, bath, grilled, parking for one car, water day/night, kitchen, dining and living room. Tel. 227-6178.  spot: Could be used as boutique, bond, cell shop, church, snackette, wholesale/retail shop, drinks shop, pharmacy, internet cafe, etc. Contact 646-0668. Call from 3pm to 6pm only. ground floor for business $75 000 and $40 000, Alexander Street Kitty. Ideal for teacher's lessons, Electronics, Hair salon, Pharmacy, Taxi base, etc. 225-0571, 638-0787. -bedroom bottom flat apartment, toilet and bath. Unfurnished $45 000, fully furnished $65 000 at Industry. Tel. 222-8887, 645-7187, 6566356. : Fully furnished one- and three-bedroom apartments, AC, hot and cold, internet, cable TV, parking, etc. Suitable for overseas visitors, short term. 227-1843, 226-5137.  have 2-, 3-, 4-,5- and 7bedroom, in and out of town. Prices range from $90 000 to US$3200. Also rooms for female UG students. Tel. 216-3120 office, 233-0591, 667-6644.  bottom flat apartment, fully grilled, master bedroom, AC, Enachu Street, Section 'K' Campbellville. Contact 227-4992 between 08:00hrs and 17:00hrs.

TO LET  Street: One & two-bedr o o m f u r n i s h e d apa r t m e n ts , h o t & c o l d , AC , Internet, US$20 d a i l y. Rates neg. for monthly visit o r s . Te l : 2 2 7 - 5852/6384404.  apartment, central location, beautifully furnished, AC bedroom, hot and cold water, pretty garden for entertaining/dining, wi-fi access US$550 monthly. Tel. 641-4664, 225-7211.  flat: Self-contained one-bedroom cozy and convenient, hot water, parking, utilities included (electricity, water, WiFi internet), furnished $80 000, Courida Park. Tel. 667-9367.  house: Fourbedroom (one master), four additional baths, open plan living room, ground floor lounge ( o ff i c e ) , s e c l u d e d d r i v e w a y, parking. Unfurnished $280 000. Bel Air Gardens. Tel. 667-9367. : 2-, 3- & 4bedroom unfurnished and furnished apartments $85 000 to $150 000 monthly BUSINESS: Kitty, Alberttown Georgetown.    GARDENS - Fully furnished Executive 3 bedroom house. Price USD $1800. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  STREET SECTION K C/VILLE- unfurnished 3 bedroom house can be rented as office. Price $1600 USD neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  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. - 3 storey concrete building suitable for school. Building size 10,250 sq ft. Price USD $5000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  STREET brand new executive offices. Size per unit 1650 sq ft. Price USD $2200 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. - unfurnished 4 bedroom house can be used as office or residence. Price USD $1550 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

 furnished apartment in gated compound, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom self-contained AC, with fridge, stove, washer, dryer, hot and cold water, 24 hours security. Tel. 222-6681, 685-5940.

        , GEORGETOWN - office space available suitable for consultants, accounting firm, lawyers etc. Price USD $500 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

- and two-bedroom fully furnished, AC, WiFi, apartment conveniently located at 6 Seaforth St, Campbellville. Long- or shortt e r m . U S $ 3 5 / 6 0 d a i l y. 6 2 1 3094, 650-5354.

 AND REGENT STREETS - Commercial space on ground floor. Size 1645 sq ft. Price USD $2400 (as is). Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

 top concrete top flat in Canal #2 - $30 000 monthly (inside toilet & bath), water & light, one glass case (L40" x W25" x H 2ft 4 i n s ) . Te l . 2 2 3 - 6 9 4 1 , 6 8 5 - 9 5 9 0 .  prime three-storey commercial building with car park, located on North Road, between Oronoque and Albert Streets. Contact 626-6909, 642-7963, 669-0855. -Furnished 3 bedroom (self-contained with H/C shower) Omai Street, Prashad Nagar, Garage for two cars - US$1,100 monthly. Phone 642-0325  concrete 3-bedroom bottom flat, spacious living q u a r t e rs, telephone, parking, toilet and bath, EBD. Decent working couple. Tel. 668-5384, 648-3342.

STREET, BOURDA - 3 storey concrete building. Suitable for store, restaurant and bar, etc. Price USD $8,500 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  NAGAR - furnished executive flats with modern amenities. Price USD $1350 and unfurnished USD $1100 . Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.  GARDEN - brand new executive 5 bedroom concrete house with swimming pool. Price USD $5000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. . E.B.D - 3 storey concrete building suitable for school. Price USD $6000 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

TO LET NAGAR - unfurnished 3 bedroom top flat can be used as office or residence. Price USD $1250 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  - fully furnished 2 bedroom executive flat with modern amenities. Price USD $1450 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.  flat apartments 143B Fifth Street Alberttown, long and short terms, rentals double,24hrs surveilance/night security and single rooms US$40 and US$80 per night, wifi, AC, hot and cold. Tel. 2316721. BEDROOM Kitty $70 000, 3bedroom furnished Campbellville $160 000, 2-bedroom furnished Alberttown $130 000, 3-bedroom Prashad Nagar US$1000 neg, 2-bedroom Diamond $70 000, 4-bedroom Lamaha Springs $140 000. Charlyn 665-9087.  Cummings and Middle streets, business place, and resident (2 buildings) full store equipped with all glasses cases, ac full silvilence system, 2 floors, off i c e , l a b o r a t o r y, r o o m s f u l l y furnished lots of parking and more must see Tel 621-4000 /executive rental: Wonderful 7-bedroom property for office & residence at Atlantic Ville, East Coast Demerara. Price US$2000. Call Mr Darin 6 1 5 0069, 225-2626, 225-5198, 225-3069, 225-2709, 231-2064.\  furnished bottom apartment (1 master room), parking, etc US$1000, 3-bedroom furnished house (1 master room) grilled, parking, etc US$1500 residential others. Apartment/ houses furnished and unfurnished from US$1000 up. Call 664-5105. office space (22ft x 13ft) ideal for beauty shop, salon, barbershop, snackette, boutique, copy shop, etc. Located at Lot 15 Henry St, Georgetown $50 000 monthly (neg) Tel. 610-7770, 668-6018. V. Lall.  STREET, ALBERTOWN - 3 storey concrete building. Suitable for school, embassy, office complex, call centre, medical complex etc. Price USD $6,000 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  house Alberttown US$700, Bel Air US$1250, Ogle US$1500, Campbellville US$1000, Lamaha Springs US$950, Republic Park US$750, Prashad Nagar semifurnished US$1100, Kitty $70 000. Troy, 626-2243.  HOPE, PUBLIC ROADNew Commerical property with annex canteen. Suitable for Auto Sales, Mini Mall, Ice cream parlour, etc.US$ 12000 neg as a whole or in parts. JEWANRAM: 227-1988/ 6236431 space ground floor, 5 rooms plus receptionist's and reception area, suitable for doctor's surgery, clinic, laboratory, etc. formerly Dr Bacchus surgery/clinic. Fully refurbished inside and outside US$2200 per month neg. One two-room upper flat for office with 20x12 ft open space in secure environment, grilled, with steel door US$1200. Tel. 227-2612. 627-8314.                            RENTAL, 609-8233: Hadfield Street, AC, all utilities $45 000, Norton Street 2-bedroom new $50 000, North whole house $60 000, Guyhoc whole house $60 000, Cummings St US$500, whole house Alexander Village fully furnished $60 000, one bedroom.

TO LET  Ruimveldt $50 000, $80 000, $100 000, $60 000. Fully furnished Meadow Brook US$1800, Subryanville 4bedroom US$1700, bond space US$900, Kitty US$800, Charlotte business space US$800, Good Hope 2-bedroom $35 000. Call Neil 610-8282, 671-9614.          / O f f i c e Space: Apartments and roof garden suitable for weddings, birthday parties, anniversaries, etc. in Republic Park, EBD. Office space and roof garden suitable for weddings, birthday parties, anniversaries, etc in Charlotte Street, Georgetown. Contact. 628-1203, 651-3402, 2274263.  Diplomatic property in excellent neighbourhood. Well furnished including Guard Hut, Walk in closet, Indoor and outdoor Bar, Solar and Windmill and many more. Suitable for embassies, international organisations,etc US$3500.JEWANRAM: 2271988/ 623-6431/ 657-8887. , 3-bedroom house with large bond space US$2500, Continental Park 4-bedroom house with AC and automatic gate US$2000, 3-storey newly built property ideal for school, restaurant or church, etc $800 000, McDoom 3 large bond spaces with security $150 000, Diamond upper flat US$600, Eccles 4-bedroom furnished house US$1800.                     . Tel. 225-5908, 626-5807, 688-7485. World #1 Realtor Miste r Terry Redford Reid 66 7 78 1 2 , 225-6 8 5 8 , 2 2 5 - 7 1 6 4 , 2 2 6 - 1 0 6 4 , 2 2 5 - 2626, 23120 68, 619-7945. Have the executive rental reduced by 35%, Prashad Nagar US$1000, Jacar anda Ave. Bel Air Par k U S $ 2 0 0 0 , Barima Ave Bel A i r Park US$18 0 0 , B e l A i r S p r i n g s U S $ 1 0 0 0 , large b o nd for rental o f f i c e s m a l l f o rm U S $ 3 75, 10 000 sq ft office space for technology business, Lam a h a G a r d e n s U S $ 1 5 0 0 , Lama Ave, B e l Air Park US$180 0 , B e l A i r P a r k o n t h e round a b o u t U S $ 1 0 00, Prashad Naga r U S $ 1 5 0 0 , land from $11 mill i o n , ri v e r s i d e l a n d hotels with US$35 0 0 0 m o n t h rental a nd o f fice spac e US$40 000 month propert i e s from $ 1 4 m i l l i o n . 22 5 - 2626, 225-51 98, 226- 1 0 6 4 , 6 2 3 2591, 669-3350    have rental from US$800 in Kingston, New Haven, beautiful 2-storey concrete property, 4 self-contained rooms, large den , l a r g e l i v i n g r o o m , family room, television r oom, beautiful kitchen, fully a i r c o n d i t ioned, hot and cold facilities, land space. Price US$2500, unfurnished. Bel Air Springs 2-storey concr e te property, master room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, family room, den, verandah, hot and cold facilities, semi-furnished, security cameras, land space US$1500. Lamaha Gardens 2storey concrete property, fully air conditioned 3 bedrooms, unfurnished US$2000, (neg). Prashad Nagar 2storey concrete property large li v i n g a r e a , 4 s elf-contained rooms hot and cold f a c i l i t i e s , g e n e r a tor, unfurnished US$1500 neg. Camp St middle floor suitable for business $175 0 0 0 . QUEENSTOWN: Beautiful 2-storey concrete property in perfect condition, 4 bedrooms, hot and cold facilities,masterroom,family room, den, airconditioned, parking space for vehicle US$2500. D o c a l l u s o n Te l . 2 2 5 - 6 8 5 8 , 2 2 5 - 7 1 6 4 , 688-1885 C a l l Te r rence 6 6 7 - 7 8 1 2 . W e are situated at 247 'D' Forshaw &Oronoque


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 A N T H ONY Reid BSc has more than 20,000 hrs in Real Estate Investment and Economic Transformation of People Economic Growth. We have rental from US$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$100 0 , ap t . from U S $ 7 0 0 , b o n d 8 0 0 0 sq ft, smal l a n d l a r g e o f f i c e s p a c e up to 1500 0 sq foot; state of the art hotel and o f f ice c o m p l e x w i t h inc o m e o f U S$40 000 monthly; 2 acre s of land in the city for hotel, and any complex Main Street 2 ½ acres US$5M, Water Street 4 a cres forhotel, hotel on 5 acres of land overlooking the sea US$5M; another overlooki n g t h e s e a US$1.5M , income US$15000; riverside land residential land at LBI - $10M; Republic Park $8M, Dia m ond $ 7 M , Sec. 'K' $20 M , B e l Air P a r k $ 2 5 M , G a r n e t t double l o t $ 4 2 M , Phone 225-2626, 231-2064, 225-2709, 226-1064, 227-6949, 227- 6 8 6 3 , 667-7812. 619-7945

 apartments in Eccles, furnished and unfurnished. Tel. 643-1131.

 Nagar $75M, Pradoville, Nandy Park, New Hope (Swimming pool) $32M, South Ruimveldt, Ogle, etc. Tel. #: 6288012, 627-1212.

 $6M, Montrose $7.5M, Diamond $10.5M, $23M, Success $20M, Ogle $64M neg, Regent St $1.3M. Troy 626-2243.

 OCEAN VIEW PROPERTY WITH 4 BEDROOMS, 3 VERANDAHS, LARGE YARD SPACE. A MUST-SEE. CALL 225-5591, 619-5505.

 $62M, Lamaha Gardens $45M, Bel Air Park $70M, brand new mansion Diamond $36M, 4th Avenue, Eccles $18M, Atlantic Ville $19M. Ask for Mr Pereira 669-0943, 2312064.

 two-storey conc r e t e 5 - b e d r o o m p r o p e r t y, parking for 3 vehicles, in Georgetown $48M neg. Contact Mr Alexander Pereira 669-0943, 231-2064 or Mr L o u i e P e r e i r a 6 2 3 - 2 5 9 1.

 STEET, LODGE - 2 bedroom wooden cottage. Price $7.8 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

 Palm Gardens, D\Urban Backlands: 2-storey concrete and wooden, excellent condition, land size 110'x60,' fully residential $32M neg. Tel. 618-3635.

 for two fa m i l i e s business p r o p e r t y i n B e n t S t $ 1 6 . 5 M , Phone M r. D a r i n d r a 615-0069, 226-1064, 6180000, Mr Pereira 623-2591, 2 2 5 - 2626. 225-5198, 231-2064, 226-1064.

three-bedroom concrete building, fully furnished with modern amenities in residential area. Subryanville US$2500 neg. Four-bedroom top flat fully furnished $110 000, unfurnished $80 000, South Ruimveldt four-bedroom top flat unfurnished $75 000, two-bedroom unfurnished residential area $50 000, one-bedroom apartment in residential area $25 000. Wills/Vasco Reality - 2272612, 627-8314, 610-8314.

          3-bedroom semi-furnished apartment located at 29 2nd Street, Liliendaal ECD. Serious enquiries. Tel. 656-7864.  semi-furnished threebedroom top flat. Contact 6931887, 687-0835.  business store front, and small furnished office space. 600-0036, 223-1719. structure, height 35 ft L x 87 ft W x 52 ft - $4M, located in Linden. Tel. 694-7210, 680-3771.  wooden concrete building. Vacant possession, 178 Waterloo Street, Georgetown $50M. 627-3994. and land, length 560 ft, one-storey 3-bedroom wooden house at Triumph Agriculture Road, ECD, $13.5M. Tel. 6631397.  in 319 East Street between Middle and New Market. Tel. 225-5684.

 Koker. Price $19M neg. Call 220-2363, 653-6479.

 Gardens $65M. Keyhomes 223-1765, 6412664 .

property, ECD, north of railway line. Strictly no agents. Price $29.5M. Tel. 6991069, 226-1322.  at Chateau Margot, ECD $32M neg. Tel. 6619431.  new 3-bedroom property, low land, East Coast Demerara $16M neg. Contact 680-3771, 694-7210.

 home $30M neg. 6110315, 690-8625.

 Gardens, corner lot $10M. Contact 6803771, 694-7210.

 Ruimveldt Park: 2storey, 4-bedroom, 2 bathrooms, parking, overhead tank. Price $25M neg. 618-3635.

 house in Atlantic Gardens. Contact 617-8255, 6166259. Only serious enquiries.

 EBD: Two-storey concrete and wooden property. Tel. 655-3817. Street near Regent Str e e t a l s o d o u b l e stall in Bourda Market, facing Regent Street. 643-0000, 220-1324.  HOUSES on double lot at Middle St, McDoom, business and rental $35M. Contact 233-0346. , ECD Railway Embankment Contact 684-6835, 668-1321. Ideal for hotel or rental sale and removal: One small two-room cottage, located in Hardina Street, Wortmanville. Call 661-8091, 683-7923.  house in New Haven, Bel Air Georgetown $60M for viewing, etc Email renellodettajordan@gmail.com  in Section 'C' Enterprise, ECD. 270-4244, 6020606. top flat threebedroom house, 80 Albert & Laluni Streets, Queenstown. Tel. 226-7452, 226-0178.

house for sale at Timehri, corner lot with ongoing business $4.5M. Owner leaving. Call 685-8691, 693-4315. , CHURCH ST. Charlotte St, Republic Gardens. TEL. 226-8148, 625-1624. and apartments for rental and sale. All price ranges. All areas. All areas. Call 6108282, 671-9614.

 three-bedroom twostorey wooden and concrete house with modern conveniences in Good Hope Scheme. Call 234-1188, 615-1774, 6938113.  four-bedroom wooden and concrete house, in prime residential area, double lot. Shamrock Gardens, Ogle. Contact 264-3146, 658-7489.

 St $35M, South Ruimvdldt $20M, Bel Air Park $35M, East Ruimvdldt $20M, Lance Gibb St, $75M. Call 6 2 6 - 7159, 610-0065.

 flat property in Mon Repos opposite Market. Business in front, residence at the back. Tel. 226-7894  at 3rd Street, Herstelling, EBD. Price $15M neg. Tel. 265-3694.  in 8th Street Foulis Enmore, ECD. 256-3360, 685-8485.  business place large two storeyed concrete building. Vacant possession. Tel. 225-0545. Road business place newly constructed concrete building, price location. Tel. 2250545.  large four bedroom concrete and wooden building, price neg. Tel. 2250545. Road business place large concrete and wooden building, vacant possession. Tel. 2250545.  furnished bar to rent at Montrose, EC. Contact Number 609-9946.  flat house finished, with foundation behind, Westminster, WBD $7.5M neg. 227-3961, 604-3568

concrete 2 flat house at 47 Happy Acres ECD, fully furnished 3 bedr o o m s t o p f l a t , hot and cold bath, big yard space. Call 225-2902, 6731095. BUILDINGS in one yard, 13 fully furnished apartments. Price US$750 000. Interest persons only. Duncan Street. Contact 6450787. business property, corner lot, in Alberttown. Contact 617-8255, 616-6259. Only serious enquiries. : 5-bedroom transported property $38M neg. Diamond $20M. 265-1050, 6044512. ESTATE: Have properties to rent or sell? Then call Diana 227-2256, 626-9382. We have clients for your properties.  concrete house, 3 bedrooms, 1 self-contained with AC, laundry room, located at Mon Repos, ECD. $34M neg. Tel. 6422116.

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.

located on East Bank with large land space to build another home $15.5M neg. Owner migrating. Contact Ruth 6841023. Garden: 7-bedroom concrete land 160x40 $13M, Vryheid's Lust flat concrete $9M, North $10M, Diamond flat house $12M neg. Call 655-8361, 699-6811. business and residential property land 200' x 50' house 24' x 36', bond 160' Public Mc Doom. Ideal location or Super market, Fishing industries, etc. 2330570. property in Republic Park requires some repairs $22M. 6923831, 231-2064, Lady Abundance 661-1952, 225-2626, 225-3068, Mr Budram 225-5198, 226-1064, 2276949, 227-6368.

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.  ROAD KITTY: two family concrete property suitable for business. Price $45 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 6657400, 685-7887, 6436353. REPOS E.C.D- Modern 4 bedroom concrete property inclusive of 1 master room. Price $34 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  OF CANAAN- 4 bedroom concrete house just off the public road. Price reduce to $14.5 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. NAGAR - Investment property. 3 bedroom upper flat and 2 bedroom lower flat. Price $ 56.5 million for quick sale . Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353 STREET, NORTH CUMMINGSBURG - land with a wooden and concrete building. Land size 38 X 242. Price $72 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

 2-storey concrete building (30x40) land (50 x 80) 'A' Field Sophia. Price $7.6M neg. Contact Sanjay 662-3842.

 OLD ROAD E.B.D - 2 family wooden and concrete house repairs needed. Price $16 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

, La Penitence, CARICOM Gardens, Prashad Nagar, Robb Street, Shamrock Gardens, South Ruimveldt, Public Road Diamond Scheme. 6298253, 688-4414.

No.1, Public Road: 2-storey concrete and wooden, needs repair, land size approximately 40x850,' transported. $14M neg. 618-3635.

 DISCOUNT: 20% on all executive properties $60M, 30% discount on $24M, and below, 15% discount on land $18M. Phone 667-7812, 225 - 6 8 5 8 , 225-2626 Terrence Reid.

 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.

 Street, Norton Street, Kitty Public Road, Sheriff Street, Republic Gardens, Republic Park, Diamond, Eccles, Hadfield Street. Trival Realty 665-7946.

, New Garden St; Newly constructed threestorey, executive concrete building. Vacant possession. Tel. 6420-636.

  70 Ade l a i d e a n d E v a n s S t r e e t s C h arlestown, Georgetown, Georgetown, Lot No. 41 Section 'A', NO. 53 Village, Corentyne, Berbice. Contact 233-6811, 679-3448.

   in Light St, commercial and residential $150M. Land with foundation $6.8M, One domectic/commercial semifour storey - Albertown $150M, Other various places. Tel. 2163120(office), 667-6644.

 newly built concrete house at Success, two self-contained rooms. Fully grilled and garage for 3 vehicles, plenty of yard space for swimming pool. Price $50M. 649-0755.

 flat house in gated community, EBD. Move in, ready. Tel. 670-8958

 & Lamaha Streets$36M.CallMs. AmritaTel: 697-9611

-designed luxurious mansion in high class neighbourhood $85M neg. Tel. 6274348 Ryan.

 stall in Bou rda Green Market. Can be used to sell groceries, food, vegetables, fruits, etc. $800 000.Call 227-3285, 617-6502.

 ST $55M, 60x120. .Tel. 611-0315, 690-8625.

 house and land, 2storey building, 3 apartments Cornelia Ida. 610-0514.

 : Newly built 2storey concrete building, containing 5 bedrooms, on land 55x90. $30M neg. Contact 681-1290, 641-8445, 220-7295.

 2-storey property s i t u a t e d a t A n i r a St r e e t , Queenstown. Call 225-4359, 623-3443. No agents.

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 Front land with a s m a l l w ooden house in East Coast Demerara. Contact 6578086.

 3-storey building at Lot 61 Station Street, Kitty $32M neg. Contact 6803771, 694-7210.

GARDEN - brand new executive 5 bedroom concrete house with swimming pool. Price $160 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.         G a r d e n s , EBD, new 2-storey concrete 4-bedroom, 2 toilets, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, living room, l a u n d r y, r o o f g a r d e n , g a t e d community - $29M. 6529173, 644-3275.

       GARDENS E.C.D -5 bedroom wooden and concrete house on double lot. Land size 105 X 95. Price $50 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

 - 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, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.  STREET, ALBERTOWN - 3 storey concrete investment property. Suitable for school, embassy, office complex etc. Price $150 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  close proximity to Sheriff Street - brand new 3 storey concrete building. Suitable for business, school, residence etc. Price USD $1.3 million Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  BABB STREET KITTY - 2 storey wooden and concrete Income Property. Price $60 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. - 3 storey Investment Property. Currently renting as apartments and offices. Price $100,000,000 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  ROAD - brand new 3 storey concrete building with roof garden. Currently renting as hotel and bar. Price $110,000,000 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  ST, KITTY - Investment property on corner. Suitable for any business. Price $55 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  HOPE E.B.D (Gated Community) - Executive modern four bedroom concrete houses with swimming pool. On single lot $30 million, with double lot $36 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.  Regent Street $26M, Nandy Park $24M, Lamaha Gardens $35M, Duncan Street (land) $32M, Kitty $32M, AA Eccles $55M, BB Eccles $35M, West Bank $21M, La Parfaite Harmonie $18M, Diana 227-2256, 6269382. E.B.D - 2 family wooden and concrete house upper flat 4 bedroom, lower flat 2 bedroom apartment repairs needed. Price $15.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.  executive Lamaha Gardens house 3 bedrooms, 3 0 0 0 s q . f t , l a n d 5 0 - 11 0 . Price $65M, Mr Boodram, Mr Pereira 623-2591, 669-0943, 661-1952, 226-1064, 2276949, 231-2064, 227-6863, 225-2626, 225-3068. Hope EBD: One 3-bedroom house situated on the eastern side of East Bank Demerara Public Road, with house on Lot 14 and Lot 13 vacant, suitable for business. C a l l 6 4 8 - 4 2 7 4 , 2 25-9473 on Saturday and Sunday.  HOUSES require repairs in Brickdam, land size 120x38 - $44M was $60M. Phone Alysious Periera 623-2591, Lady Khan 225-2626, Lord Boodram, 692-3831, 2252709, Lady Abundance 661-1952, 225-3068, 669-0943 Mr. Pereira. and Land for Sale Tw o St o r y e d W o o d e n a n d Concrete House, Fifth Street Alber t t o w n G e o r g e t o w n . $ 40 M i l l i o n D o l l a r s N e g o t i a b l e . C o n t a c t : Mr. George Te l : 2 3 1 - 6 2 7 8 O r Dr: Thasa n a Te e k a h Te l : 6 2 6 0993\


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 REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Earl's Court, ECD, large concrete building on spacious land. Sandy Babb Street two-storey concrete, nice for business, residence. Duncan Street property $32M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

, 3-storey building $90M, 2-storey $38M, McDoom $85M, Diamond $32M, Good Hope $17M, Providence $40M, Queenstown $60M, Charlestown $50M,      . Tel. 2255908, 626-5807, 688-7485,

 SALE/RENT NEWLY built  bond, located on McDoom Public Road, with office space, upstairs size 120x40. Asking US$1M. For rental US$6500 not far from the gas station. 680-3771, 6947210, 645-6483.

 REAL ESTATE AGENCY Canal No. 2 Polder, newly built two-storey concrete building on 8 acres, partly cultivated land. Price $24M, wooden building on three acres land $10M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 6517078.

 style 4 bedroom property with auto garage and security grills, fully furnished: fridge, stove, washer & dryer, furniture etc. Includes generator with automatic change over system. Grandville Park BV, $30M sold by owner. 600-4409, 623-8172, 629-2404, 220-3411

NEWLYbuilt twofa l tconcrete buliding at Diamond New Scheme. The upstairs consists of two self-contained bedrooms with built-in closets, a spacious kitc hen, dining and living rooms along with a large verandah at the back. The lower flat has a two-bedroom apartment and a large area that could be used as a bond or for any business. The yard has a concret e f en c e w i t h s p i k e s a n d r a z o r wire above it. T h ere is also a laundry and a generator room downstairs along with a fully tiled carport. A com p l e t e w a t e r s u p p l y is available including six tanks and pump. Asking price: $42M. Interested persons can cont a c t owner at 693 2531.

   B A R G A I N 2 6 % 26% 2 6 % d i s c o u n t : Tw o family concrete business and residence in the front of Happy Acres $32M, Dowdi n g S t r e e t , K i t t y with driveway $16M, BB Eccles $16M, South Ruimveldt Gardens $!6M, Light Street $21M, Second building with 12 ft drive way $!4M, David S t r e e t Subryanville w i t h 1 4 f t d r i v e w ay $16M, West Ruimveldt c o n c r e t e flat house $4.9M, Dazell H o u s i n g S c h e m e $ 11 M , L a P e n i t e n c e business and residence with res e r v e f o r 2 0 c a r s $ 11 M , M e a d o w B r o o k o l d house $12M, Lodge $14M, Middle Road La Penitence with 20ft dri v e w a y 4 a p a r t ments $15M, second ranch concrete $38M, G arnett St. business and residence $32M. Phone M r. B u d r a m 6 9 2 -383 1 , M r D a r indra 61 5 - 0069, Mr. A . P e r e i r a 6 2 3 - 2 5 9 1 , M r s H e r c ules 661-1952, 2 2 5 - 2 626, 225-2709, 225 5198..

         . K I T T Y$ 17M , $ 32M & $35M, G u y s u c o G a r d e n s $ 65 M , Good Hope $10.5M, $16.5M, G a rnett S t $ 3 1 M , SEC K C/ ville $45M, A A Eccles $6 8 M , C a r m i c h a e l S t r eet $ 2 2 . 5 M , Montrose $16M, Mon R e p o s B l o c k C C $ 1 0.5 M & $ 1 4. 5 M , G a n g e s S t . P / Naga r $ 5 8 M , G r a n v i l l e P a r k $ 3 1 M , Fort St. Kingston $ 1 7M , O g l e A / St r i p R o a d $55M, N e w M a r k e t S t $ 5 5 M , East St $60M, Happy Acres $ 30M , North Road $ 7 0 M , Bel/A/Park $60M, P / N a g a r $ 2 8 M ,$42M, L/Gardens $75M, Diamond $38M, Regent St. $1.2MUS . Tel. 219-4399, 610-8332

 $40M, Republic Park $40M, Georgetown $50M, Buxton $1M, Gas station and b u i l d i n g serious enquiries. Wakenaam complete farm, serious enquiries. Queenstown $80M, Charlotte St $160M, La Grange $50M. Call 645-5938.

 REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Ruimveldt large 6-bedroom concrete building $25M. Dazzell Housing Scheme ECD two-storey concrete building $14M. Paradise ECD twostorey concrete building $14M. Eccles $25M, Diamond $14M, Houston EBD $22M, $28M, Craig EBD $16M. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

REAL ESTATE A G E N C Y: La Parfaite Harmonie, WBD, flat threebedroom concrete building 4 5 ' x 2 6 ' . P r i c e $ 7 M . Te l . 225-3737, 225-4398, 6517078.

 REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Sandy Babb Street Kitty, two-storey concrete building with good land space. Price $70M. Vreed-enHoop concrete building on land on public road 40 x 200,. Price $35M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

 REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Bourda, Charlotte Street back building with 6foot walkway, flat newly constructed concrete building. Price $13M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

 REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Commercial building Charlotte Street 4-storey concrete building, North Road 4-storey concrete building, King Street old building, Robb Street old building. All prices neg. Tel. 225-3737, 2254398, 651-7078.

 REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Two concrete buildings at Craig, EBD $16M, Herstelling EBD two-storey three-bedroom concrete building $14M, Enterprise ECD $10M, Non Pareil, ECD $13M, Light Street Georgetown back building with 5ft walkway. Price $25M. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Saffon Street, La Penitence Public Road, commercial properties on land 50x200. Price neg. Providence EBD just off Public Road two concrete buildings on land. Price $40M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Alberttown two buildings on land 45'x120'. Price $45M, Cummings Street twostorey concrete and wooden building. Price $40M. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Diamond flat 3-bedroom concrete building $11M. Front transport can pass immediately, good offer. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Campbellville twostorey concrete building near Sheriff Street $50M, Subryanville two-storey concrete and wooden building overlooking Atlantic Ocean. Price $110M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Two concrete buildings at Craig, EBD $16M, Herstelling EBD two-storey threebedroom concrete building $14M, Enterprise ECD $10M, Non Pareil ECD $13M, Light Street Georgetown back building with 5 ft walkway. Price $25M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 6517078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Sandy Babb Street three lots together with two buildings on east lot, one building on west lot and one concrete bond on middle lot. Can be sold together or separately. All together is priced at $175M. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Little Diamond EBD two-storey concrete building $14M, Dazzell Housing Scheme two-storey concrete building on two lots. Price $14M. Non Pareil ECD twostorey building. Price $14M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

 REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Commercial building Charlotte Street 4-storey concrete building North Road 4-storey concrete building, King Street old building, Robb Street old building. All prices neg. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.  REAL ESTATE AGENCY:HoustonEBDbyoverheadtank, two buildings on land $30M, Mon Repos large two concrete buildings $35M, Grove New Scheme Station Street two-storey concrete building $26M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078. Road, Kitty, two-storey concrete/wooden $39M, two-storey business property in D'Urban Street $35M, Water Street lumber yard $80M, Thomas Street, Cummingsburg three-storey wooden/concrete $85M, Call Pete's Real Estate - 223-6218, 226-9951, 227-2457, 623-7805.  three-bedroom property in Republic Park $65M, Nandy Park solid six-bedroom house $65M, three-bedroom ranch house in Republic Gardens $45M, gated community Republic Gardens, three bedrooms all self-contained $30M, Bel Air properties twostorey $60M, Call Pete's Real Estate - 226-9951, 223-6218, 227-2487, 226-5546, 623-7805. Point, Golden Grove, three-bedroom ranchstyle, no work needed $28M, two-storey concrete building in Stevedore Housing Scheme $28M, brand new building in Stevedore Postal Housing Scheme $40M. Call Pete's Real Estate - 227-2487, 226-5546, 223-6218, 226-9951, 623-7805.      Lot 185 Charlotte & King Streets, Maraj Builidng Tel. 227-0265, 2271881, 627-8057 D\Urban Street business spot, Republic Park, Thomas Street, Diamond, Eccles Public Road $55M, Carmichael Street, Kitty $45M, East Ruimveldt, Sheriff Street, Robb Street LAND: Charlotte street, Friendship land size 115 x 450, wharf side $65M, Non Pareil, South Road $55M, Alberttown.   business properties: Bel Air, great location for business 113ft x 40ft $72M neg, Thomas St, South Cummingsburg for big investment 240 x 38 - $70M neg, Shell Road 3 one-bedroom , one 2bedroom and shop in lower flat, 5 rooms upper flat $39M neg. Naresh Persaud 225-9882, 6812499, 660-0023.

REALESTATEAGENCY: Eccles EBD Old Road two-storey concrete building $35M, Oronoque Street just off Regent Street two-storey wooden concrete building $45M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078  business property in Hadfield Street close to Lime Street $24M, Mr Boodram 692-3831, Lady Abundance 661-1540, Lord Pereira 623-2591, 2312064, 225-5198, Mr. Darindra 6150069, 225-2626, 227-6863, 626418 0 .         t o s e l l , b u y, rent? Call 609-2302, 609-6516, 645-2580 Email: defreitasassociates@gmail.com Regent Street US$900 000, Blygezight $58M, Lamaha Street, A l b e r t t o w n $55M, Georgetown property with going business $36M, Land of Canaan property with going business on lot 144' x 111' $90M, Bougainvillea Park $17M, Nandy Park $38M, BB Eccles $33M, $30M.  609-8233 After Easter bargains: 14 Ocean Front apartments - very lovely modern amenities, influential neighbourhood, US$2M neg Houston Garden mansion with pool US$1.7M neg, Providence 2 houses $36M, neg, South 5-bedroom $22M, Tucville 4-bedroom $26M, Enterprise 4-bedroom - $13.5M.  REDUCED MUST BE SOLD :- PRIME COMMERICAL PROPERTY, Cummings and Middle streets, ALBERTOWN, 3 LOTS WITH BUSINESS, (NUT CENTRE) sold furnished, all modern amenities 32 cameras silvilance, parking for 12 Vehicles, taken in alleyway, Vendors for GT&T, Western Union, Interstate Batteries, Lotto, Superbet, Must see to appreciate, best offer Agents Welcome . TEL 621-4000, 2273939 Mr. Singh PROPERTY SALE, 6098233: Campbellville 6-bedroom $22M neg, South 5-bedroom $20M, South 5-bedroom $22M, North 3-bedroom $10M, Vryheid's Lust $9M, 2 houses La Parfaite Harmonie 3-bedroom $6.5M, Eccles land $6M, Diamond with structure $8.5M.  for sale by bids. You can come in to Pete's Real Estate at Lot 2 George Street, Werk-en-Rust. Lot 110 Block 11, Elizabeth Hall, Enterprise, ECD, Lot 43 Sans Souci, Wakenaam, Essequibo, Lot 77 Lowlands Unity ECD, Lot 214 La Parfaite Harmonie, WBD, Lot 65 3½ Mile Housing Scheme, Bartica, Lot 76 3½ Mile Housing Scheme, Bartica, Lot 101 Blankenburg WCD, Lot 602 Cane View, South Ruimveldt, Lot 163 Patentia, WBD. Tel. 223-6218, 2269951, 227-2487, 623-7805.  MAY bargains: Sec. 'K' $ 2 3 m i l l i o n , M e a d o w B r ook $28M, and $35M , K i t t y $ 2 3 , A l b e r t t o w n c o n c r e t e massive for hotel $45M, Bel Air Park in great condition $52M, Happy Acres exec u t i v e $ 5 8 M , A l b e r t t o w n $ 3 0 M , S e c . ' M' Campbellville $ 3 4 M n o w, Phone 2 2 5 - 2 6 2 6 , 2 2 5 - 5 1 98, 2 2 7-6863, 227-6449, 225-2709, 231-2064, 226-1064, 6677 8 1 2 tonyre i d s r e a l t y @ h o t m a i l . c o m. Sam's Real Estate and Property Management has properties in North East La Penitence $16M, Diamond land $4M, Non Pareil land $7M, Atlantic Ville $26M, La Parfaite Harmonie $17M, Duncan Street land $25M. Rental two- and three-bedroom apartments, Queenstown, $100 000 and $110 000 monthly. Call Corretta on 697-7842, 231-7052.  two-storey property in Guyhoc - $16M, requires repairs. Republic Park $17M requires repairs. One house lot for business and residence in Da Silva Street, close to Duncan Street, 70 x 33 $14.9M. Phone Patricia Pereira 226-1064, Mr Budram 692-3831, Mr Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Mr Darindra 615-0069, 227-2949, 2252626, 225-3068, 231-2064, 2255198, 227-6863.

 Homes International Realty: Coldingen $14M neg, Rasville $14M neg, Enmore $8M neg, Campbellville $15M neg, Diamond 2 for 1deal$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 2br, 2 1-br) only $21M neg), corner lot 89x80 Albouystown. Ready to go now! And many more, call Ahaziah 613-3018  modern Pike North Ruimveldt ranchwithmasterroom$17M,Meadow Brook Gardens $35M, Tucville concrete new $27M, Providen c e $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 2252709, 618-0000, 227-6949, 225-2626,226-1064, 2276949, 225-5198  REAL ESTATE AGENCY: Annandale ECD just off Public Road two-storey concrete wooden building was welding workshop, can transform to any other business,.Price $25M, Courbane Park large concrete building on double lot tiled driveway, benab at back. Price $65M. Tel. 225-3737, 2254398, 651-7078.  Road $70M neg, Robb Street US$1.2M neg., Sheriff Street $150M, Eccles $30M, Republic Park $120M, Pearl EBD $18M neg, Ruimzeight $16M, $30M neg. Hague $18M, Parika land $18M, South Road $170M, Water Street land $100M, Lal's Realty - 231-7325, 612-9574. location DUKE Street, Kingston opposite the American Embassy. One (1) huge four storey concrete and steel building, 2 bedrooms on each f l a t , A C < h o t w a t er, refrigerator and stove one ach floor and fully furnished, generator. Can be used for embassy, office, apartments or residence. Price $180M. Property bei n g sold with all equipment and furnishings inclusive. Serious enquiries 223-8634, 646-3251,227-0464'  street business spot, Craig, Republic Park, Thomas Street, Diamond, Eccles Public Road $55M, Carmichael Street, Kitty $45M, East Ruimveldt, Sheriff Street, Robb Street. Land: Frien d s h i p s i z e 11 5 x 4 5 0 (wharf side) $65M, Non Pareil, South Road, $55M, A l b e r t t o w n . Te l . 2 2 7 - 0 2 6 5 .  and residential property in Bent Street, upper rental of the business could be $120 000. Vacant possession reduced from $20M to $17.5M. Phone Mr Patrick Pereira 226-1064, Lady Hercules 6611952, Mr. Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Lady Jones 227-6863, 225-2626, 2253068, 225-5198, 231-2064, 692-3831, 227-6949, 225-2709. % 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 6 0 $ 1 7 M , s e c o n d S t r e e t 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 com plex $ 5 8 M . P h o n e V i c e Pr esident 231-2064, 225-3068 , 2 2 7 - 6 8 6 3 , 226-10 64, 2276 9 4 9, 225-2626.

                . Good Hope P U B LIC Road East Co a s t (land - 6 7 5 x 9 2 ) $ 1 5 0 M , Robb St. - 4 storey building $175M, Chimney Road, Chat e a u M a r g o t - $ 30 M , Atlantic Ville $53M, Diamond 2nd Ave $ 4 0 M , Robb & Ornoque Sts $46M, Albertto wn 6 t h St $45M, Republic Park $40M, L / G a r d e n s $65 M , A t l a n t i c Gardens $ 45 M , A l e x a n d e r S t $ 50M, Robb St $60M,Barr St $65M, Earl's Court $35 M , Meadow Bro o k G a r d e n s $ 50M , Alexander st. & S o u t h R o a d $ 900,00 0 U S . Tel. 219-4399, 610-833   . Lamaha Gardens & Eastern Highway $65M, $95M, K i t t y $ 4 4 M , Pike St. C/ Ville $45M, Shamrock Gardens $49.5M , Alexander Village - Business property, 3 storey $55M. Da Silva St (land) $21M. Charlotte St. (land) $55M, Sheriff & Enachu Sts. $75 M, S h e r r i f S t , $ 5 0 M , South Ruimveldt $16M, Diamond $9M, $12M, $ 19M , E c c l e s $ 30M , $ 3 4 M , A / t o w n $ 40M , A g r i c u l t ure Road, Trium p h $ 2 0 M , S h e r i f f S t . $150M, Subryanville $58M, Ogle brand n e w $ 8 0M , L a m a h a St, Queenstown $75M. Tel. 2194399, 610-8332   are your own 2 0% Bent Street two family busi n e s s $ 1 7 M . L a n d i n Da Silva Street 14 0x33 $16.8M, Meadow Brook ranch $12M, Lodge Scheme $14M, AA Eccles on double lot $78M, Lamaha G a r d e n s E x e c u tive $64M, land in South Road 75x33 $38M, Charlotte Street $19M, Sec. M Land 80x60 $15M, Da Silva St Land 90x32 $16.5M, Smyth Street Land 120x60 $65M, Bel Air Park need repair $50M neg, Prashad Nagar $38M. Newtown corner land for fast food $36M, Mandela Ave 150x60 for Fast food by the Gymnasium $85M with 3-storey concrete building, Duncan Street corner land $35M, Robb S t r e e t land $50M, LBI d o u b l e l o t $ 1 5 M , D'Urban Backlands $20M. Phone Mr Bood r a m 6 9 2 - 3 8 3 5 , L a d y Abundance 661-1952, 2312064, Lady Camero n 2 2 5 2626, 225-2709, Mr Ramsohoye 615-0069.

 Bargains in Guyana: Full concrete D'Urban Street business $19M, business and residen ce Bent S t r e e t 1 6 M , G o r d o n Stree t b u s i n e s s & r e s i dence $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 Embassy $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 $ 5 9 9 0 0 0 , B e l Air Pa rk $49M Lamaha Gardens va l u e d $85M now $ 7 0 M . R e nta l of ap a r t m ents from US$70 0, R e s i dence US$1 200 upwa r ds. Phone L o r d Pa t r i c k Pereira 227-6863, 2252709, 227- 6 9 4 9 , 2261 0 6 4 , 669-3 3 5 0 . 7 d a y s a w e ek tonyreidsrealty@hotm a i l . c o m : 3-storey concre t e building, Price $ 1 00 M . S outh Ruimveldt Gardens property in goo d c o n d ition. Price $18M. Lamaha Gardens b e a u t i f u l 2 - s t o r e y concrete p r o p e r t y 3 s e l f contained, 1 ma s t er, l i b r a r y, t e l e v i s i o n r o o m , l i v ing r o o m , u p s t airs b a c k verandah, downstairs d e n , f u l l y m a r b l e s t o n e tile, family room pa t i o , g a rage parking space, f o r 3 cars, needs cosmet i c s , land space Price $ 9 0 M,O g l e beautiful p r o p e r t y $ 9 0 M , M o n R epos $36M neg, Regent St. $120M beautiful home excellent condition i n E c c l e s $ 5 5 M n e g , Queenstown property $ 1 0 0 M . D o c a l l u s a t J oy Reid's Realty. We are located at 247(D) Forshaw and Oronoque Streets, Queenstown. Tel. 2 256858, 225-7 1 6 4 , 6 6 7 - 7 8 12, e m a i l : joyreid.realty7@yahoo.com 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, Mi d d l e R o a d L a P e n i t e n c e $ 1 6.5M , a l m o s t Regent and Oronoque St. $36M, Charlotte Street East of Orange Walk $28M, South Ruimv e l d t G a r d e n s $ 66M, Meadow Brook co n c r e t e $ 4 5 M , e x e c u t i v e R epublic Park $48M, L a m a h a Gardens 3 self-contained $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 Hav en 4 s e l f -contained $80M, 3bedroom new concrete Ogle $48M, Bel Air Park $52M, Croal St. 3-storey require repairs $30M,4lotsinAA Eccles with incompl e t e c a t h e dr al-style structure requires $20M to complete,plus reserve and place for lake $90M neg. , Mr. Darendra 615-0069, Vice Presiednt Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Vice President Jhonny Ramsahoye 225-2709, Vice President Darindra 615-0069, 225-2626, 2253068, 227-6863, 226-1064, 6677812, facebook Tony Reid Realty 7 d a ys a week 24 hours a day all holidays and all prices are n e g o t i a ble.


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SUNDAY CHRONICLE May 18, 2014 GUYANA CHRONICLE, SUNDAY, MAY 18, 2014 PROPERTY FOR SALE  Lamaha Gardens 4 bedroom on double lot $130M, Lamaha Gardens 2 bedrooms, 2-flat concrete structure $65M, Middle Street 2-storey concrete and wooden structure on land 60x98 ft - $160M, 5-bedroom concrete building fully furnished $30M, D\Urban Backlands, Kiskadee Drive Meadow Brook Gardens 4 bedrooms, fully furnished and AC in entire building $65M, Charlotte St, Lacytown, house and land $55M. Thomas Street South Cummingsburg, 2-storey concrete, residence and business $60M, 8 rooms and reception area. EBD Republic Gardens land 200x100ft $48M, Republic Gardens land 50x100ft $11M, Georgetown Kingston, 4-storey concrete building office, residence (executive) $175M, East Coast Demerara Bachelor's Adventure new 3-bedroom concrete house on ½ acre land $65M, 4-bedroom wooden cottage on land 40x112 - $8.5M, Beterverwagting Bachelor\s Adventure Railway Embankment area land 100x120 ft $5.5M, West Coast Parika Highway land 45x44ft - $55M, business complex comprising six fully furnished suites in main building admin offices, water treatment plant, large generator, etc. an approx 82 000 sq. ft of land US$3M neg. Wills Vasco Realty 227-2612, 6278314. IS your year for 28% discount on all properties. Happy Acres 2-storey concrete $24M, Providence Stadium new $16M, concrete Republic P a r k $ 3 6 M , E c c l e s concrete $34M, South Ruimveldt Gard e n s $ 1 2 M n ee d s r e p a i r s , Middle Road La Penitence 4 - a p a r t m e n t $ 1 4 M , L a P enitence two-storey $11M, D\Urban B a ckland s c o n c r e t e $ 2 8 M , Meadow B r o o k $ 1 2M, D\Urban S t r eet concrete residence and business $28M, Lamaha Gardens executive $68M, Prashad Nagar 8000 sq ft land $60M, Lama Avenue, Bel Air Park $83M, Bel Air Park $45M Dowding Street Kitty $29M, and $19M, David Street Subryanville from $19M, back with 12ft driveway $14M, Section 'K' Campbellville $40M, Garnett Street ranch concrete $38M, Owen Street Kitty concrete 2-storey $39M, Camp Street business and residence. Phone Mr Darindra 615-0069, Mr Carlos Budram 692-3831, Mr. Alex Pereira 2312064, Mr. Ramsahoye 225-2709, 2252626, 225-3068, 227-6949, 225-5198, 6277812, 226-1064. % DISCOUNT on all properties for this summer only. Sale! Sale! Sale! Business property immediately: East of Orange Walk in Charlotte Street $28M, 3-storey business property in Croal Street r e q u i r e s r e pairs $32M, Bent Street alm o s t new 2-storey business property $!6M, S o u t h R u i m v e l d t Gardens residence $16M, Ogle fully concrete new $49M, Tucville new $26M, Prashad Nagar executive $55M, Bel Air Park $55M, Kitty b u s i n e s s o r residence requires repairs, on 8 000 sq. ft $ 1 9 M , Fors h a w o l d h o u s e $21M, 3-storey business close to M a i n S t r e e t $ 5 5 M , M eadow B r o o k $45M, f u l l y concrete D'Urban Backlands $30M, New Section 'K' $42M, Lamaha G a r d e n s e x e c u t i v e $ 6 8 M , o ne r a n c h 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 , 22 5 - 3 0 6 8 , 227-6863, 226-1064, 227-6949,  b a r g a i n s N o rton S t r e e t - $14 M , B e n t 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 con crete 5 b e d r o o m s - $46M , other for - $19M, and - $30M, S o u t h R u i m v e l d t Gardens $19M, F e s t i v a l C i t y - $ 1 4 M Charlotte Street business and r e s i denc e b y B ourda Market $ 2 6 M , C u m ming s S t r e e t $34M , Me a d o w B r o ok $28M, D 'U rban Street for double l o t for 5-stor e y $ 2 5 M , Phone Lord Alysious Pereira - 623-2591, 227-6949, 2252709, 231-2064, 227-6863, 2261064, 2 2 7 - 6 8 6 3 , 2255198, 667-7812 tonyreidsrealty@h o t m a i l . c om

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180-90, Ford 7740, 4WD tractors, 416 Caterpillar 4x4 L/ backhoe, Cummins L-10 engine with gearbox Tel 667-3611, 6711809. 666-2518. FOR SALE

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   3 2 0 B / C e x c a v a t o r parts, radiator, oil cooler throttle cable box, etc. Call 696-7686  flat bottom boat. Call 6040038.      p l u c k e d c h i c k e n $ 2 8 0 p e r p o u n d . Te l . 6 0 2 2131, 270-4319. We del i v e r.  Shepherd pups, fully vaccinated and dewormed. 669-9674.  garden earth, delivery on spot. Tel. 641-6248.

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 for sale (40 heads), Goats (20 heads) price negotiable preferably one buyer. Tel. 6122869.

FT ROUND bottom boat, 40Hp Yamaha outboard engine, 350 lb 5" nylon anchor seine. Call 604-0038, 601-4585.

 rebuilt Perkins, Deutz engines, Lincoln generator welder, Honda ATV bikes, model 'M' with winch, 320 BL excavator. Call 691-2921.

 earth delivered to spot on ECD and EBD. Call 6279977, 698-0182.

 car alarm and Pioneer stereos with USB, also reverse cameras. Marking of entire vehicles for $5 000.Tel. 679-7944.

 - 8x4 SLATE pool table $450 000 neg. 601-8083, 6892658.

 camera with DVR, AC Canon 24000 BTU. Price neg. Call 09:00hrs 15:00hrs. 621-8223,

 Surveillance Systems 4, 8 and 16 channels DVR. Great price offered. Tel. 6092815.

 garden earth and builders waste. Our service also includes bobcat rental, excavating, clearing and levelling. Call 6160617, 663-3285.

 Kors handbags. Contact Mrs. Reynolds. 600-9927.  refrigerator and 3-piece sofa set. Tel. 649-0396.  arrived all makes of Japanese used parts. Call on 2272835.

: Mechanical, electrical corded/cordless/air. Electrical motors, 3P4 entrance switch, Hilux crash bar $20 000, 215 x 15 tyres, counter top fridge. 222-4158, 641-7526.

Gold and Diamond land, GPS System. 223-1719, 600-0036.  pups, 5 months old, Red Nose. Contact 612-8893, 662-1237.

 trailer/tractor driven water pump for rice field. New bargain price. Tel. 227-1830.

used sash windows (24" x 36") in good condition, $5 000 each (neg). Tel. 610-7770, 6686018. V. Lall.

 bronze frame, clear glass showcase with two shelves, L 72", W 24" H 39". Contact 6459266, 225-7722.

-bred Pitbull pups, 7 weeks, excellent structure, clinic cards available. Call 654-5061, 686-9188.

, 10 weeks old, American Akitas. Tel. 233-2315, 2235659.

 new queen-size bed and one 6-foot dining table made from hardwood. Tel. 227-5724.

: Complete furniture set-up, mirrors, station, pump-up chairs, foot spa chairs and space for rent. 223-1719, 600-0036.

-WEEK-old Rottweiler pup, 6-week-old German Shepherd. Tel. 227-8028, 604-7105.      8900 Curve, camera flash, $16000. Moses, 675-3062  bull pups vaccinated and dewormed, 3 months old. Call 650-0609, $ 2 5 0 0 0 e a c h.

 puppies, $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 e a c h 6 41-4812.  new 4-cylinder Kubota engine on bed. Contact 623-1387. -bred male Rottweiler pups, vaccinated and dewormed. 627136 0 . wood lathe ceiling fans 52", $5 800. Call 2332770.  and Germ a n S h e p h e r d p u p s . Te l . 618-2903.   Decking 16ft length,2 &1/2 x 39. 669-1113, 671-8883, $900 per ft.      - u s e d 1 2 c u b i c fridge, $60 000 neg. Call 6752481.   Massey Ferguson 699 Tractor 4 WD, also one Massey Ferguson 255 Tractor with front bucket. Contact 613-3609.

 50" plasma flat screen tv, with lots of inputs next to new $120,000 call 621-4000  carat gold gents Movado watch in excellent condition with box $1500 US neg. tel 621-4000  led projector with 150" motorized screen new $3500 us tel 621-4000 breed 8 month old male red Pit Bull (red) good bone structure, sold with coller, chain and clinic card $120,000 tel 621-4000     2 0 " G r i s l y p l a n e r, t a p e s t r y i n l arge quantities, one complete tyre shop. 6915588, 678-4539.  Sporting diving suit for sale. Contact 227-0702, 687-5350, 223-3016, 6915650. -month-old Rottweiler pups. 625-0345.

 East La Penitence, fully furnished two-storey house $17M. 691-1521.

 noodle equipment including mixing machine, 5 roller machines, 2 steamers, 1 dryer system and 3-ton Canter GKK series. Must go. Contact 661-3878. Owner leaving country.

 on antenna for a l l J a p a n e s e C a r, f o r e i g n u s e d - $ 5 0 0 0 e a c h. Rear view mirror for 212, 192 and Wagon, Honda, etc, original Japanese $5000 each.Tel:664-3368

-bred German Shepherd pups, 8 weeks old, pure-bred Rottweiler pups, 7 weeks old. Imported from Brazil. Tel. 662-0116.

 at unbeatable prices at Morgan's on Charlotte Street, 6 doors west of Camp. Monday to Friday. No business on Saturdays, the Lord's Sabbath. Call 226-4129.

 computers with 20" LCD $65 000, Laptops from $49 000, Iphone 3GS $35 000, BlackBerry from $8 000. Future Tech - 231-2206.

 pups, 12 weeks old, fully vaccinated and dewormed, $40 000. Contact 653-0366, 624-2200.

 Hobart engine welder large machine welds a little over idle speed, $290 000, wood mortice machine $150 000, wood shaper $180 000. Tel. 619-6863, 601-8276.

special boat, with in-board Mercruiser engine, Seadoo Bombardier jetski, Kawasaki 750 jetski. Asking price $3M. Call 694-1888, 444-6589.

 craftsman generator 3600 watts, 5300 starting watts, $120 000 neg. Contact 6391848.

Perkins engines 4- and 6cylinder, also rebuild engines on bed with radiator. We stock Lister, Petter engines and spares. 649-0755, 6243187.  18.2 cubic (Frigidaire) refrigerator, 54 acres transported land at Northern Hogg Island. Priced to go. Contact 227-0575, 220-9336.

   electric fryer, commercial quality with 2 safety draining oil tops, electric controls 110V (NEW). 20 litre total capacity, $75,000 neg. 1 Power Inverter 1750 watts Max (Sinewave) (NEW) $40,000 neg. 619-8008, 219-4484.  Johnson outboard engine 135 Hp, power shift 11 and new fuel tank, 12v battery start with hydraulic engine tilt on boat and control cables $500 000 neg, 2 lengths of 15ft flex hose 4 - i n c h $ 3 0 0 0 0 f o r b o t h. Tel:616-5340 :- ALL MUST GO:- CLARKE forklifts 3 pcs - 2000, 3000, 4000 Lb, lifting capacity $275,000 AND UP needs basic repairs TEL: 227-3939, 621-4000 :- DIESEL Generator silent 28,000 watts SDMO John Deere engine, missing Fuel Pump, Panel, Avr $800,000 cash 227-3939, 621-4000  :- 60FT Antenna (Mass) for Radio, TV, Cellular, with cables, brackets, sky light $325,000 227-3939, 621-4000

 :- Ice machine 800lb with bin in working condition, $425,000 and ice machine 150lb with bin $140,000, Chinese diesel generator 5000 watts inclosed in working order $180,000 tel 621-4000. 2273939

 Caterpillar 317 excavator, in working condition, new engine. Going very cheap for quick sale. Tel. 661-3671, 602-0036.

John Deere engine generators 163 KVA ($3.5M) and 63 KVA, on wheels $2.3M, all enclosed, low hours. Tel. 639-3100, 667-1116, 220-5526.

  air conditioner wall units and water pump metal cages with gate to place lock $10 000 each, 1 large snap-on parts washer 110v with bin at bottom to hold fluid wash $55 000. Tel:664-3368.

: 2 sets of 22" Chrome rims 6 holes and 5 holes universal with tires fits Toyota and Nissan from $250,000 tel 621-4000

 land dredge, one used Doosan excavator, one freezer, Toyota Rav-4. Mining land available. Tel. 692-6159, 616-3413.

/Commercial Doors: 3 coated aluminum vent doors 7ft high x 3ft wide, 2 inches thick, ideal for generator room or workshop area. 647-4997.

AUTOMATIC Feed Flux Cored welding machine, suitable for auto body work or other thin metal welding. Electric sawzall cuts anything with correct blade fitted. Phone 6912602.

 :- DVD/ CD BURNERS ,stand alone burners 1-10,1-3, 1-5, also CD+G 1-4 BURNER and 1-3 Blue Ray burners all almost new tel 621-4000

               

Perkins engine 4cylinder, one Caldina Wagon, PGG series. Tel. 621-6251.

German Shepherd - top class puppies, pure-bred. Call 231-6276, 697-0014.

 Mix QSC 1500, one Mix 2000, also base and med range box with speaker. Contact 601-7632, 253-3070.

     y o u r o w n w a t e r business with a turnkey system supplied and installed in a short tim e . C a l l 6 2 3 - 7 2 1 2 .

 stall in La Penitence Market. Tel. 690-0437.

MAKER refrigerators, excellent price, Whirlpool, Maytag. Call 225-0571, 638-0787.

 5000-gallon fuel tanks, fifteen 12-foot satellite dish, 10 house lots, River View Hope. Contact Tel. 266-2076, 266-2207, 601-3194. Email: rnetram@yahoo.com

 dresses, TV, play station 2 with games, small cooler, desktop computer, projector, lots of other goodies. 223-1273.

 appliances, owner leaving country. Contact 650-2223.

       Market, facing Regent Street, two stalls suitable for cell phone, electronics, Pharmacy. 220-1324, 6430000.

 ENGEL injection mould plastic machine, going cheap. Tel. 233-3512 Email: gimpex@gmail.com USAmade steel buildings. To order, contact Annie. Tel. 233-3512.

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 JOHNSON outboard engine, 60 Evinrude 80 mercury fibre-glass boat with sheet fibre glass tray cover for Toyota Hilux. Tel. 6729272.  fog machine, 3 000- 6600 tractor, 77 Hp with 3-dish plough, location Anna Region Essequibo Coast, $1.5M neg. Needs minor repairs. Tel. 614-8400, 626-9373.

 :- 82" 3D Mitsubishi TV, with built in 16 speaker 5.0 surround system, Diamond edition with 6 3D glasses next to new $1.2 million neg tel 6214000 :- Glass cases measuring 7ft x2ft x2ft and 6ft x3ft x 18" locally built aluminiun steel finish with lights average 30pcs from $65,000 tel 6214000 10 words : - kids 3 in one pools, hockey and table tennis table like new $65,000, 50 gallon aquarium with stand 2 pumps and lots of accessories $50,000 tel 621-4000  :- Motor cycles Honda 50 cc, sold as scrap $35,000, Yamaha 750cc Virigo unregistered needs general work sold as scrap $120,000, tel 621-4000  :- Sign frames with galvanized signs measuring 8ftx 4ft with legs out of 2" pipe 6 pcs $10,000 each tel 6214000 8 words :- Led signs 6ft x 3ft, $1.1 million, led signs 3ft x 12" $150,000 all programmable up to 1,000 message and some images by remote, can be viewed from 4 city blocks in many designs and colours tel 621-4000  :- Mercedes benz engine, 4 cyl with gear box mostly intact $120,000, amd Mercedes benz engine straight six with transmission, $120,000 also bonnet with grill for 180E Mercedes Benz in good condition 60,000 also trailer for jet ski build strong with spare wheel $140,000 tel 621-4000 18 words


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26 FOR SALE professional disco lights all working, but need bulbs, all $140,000, 12 volt speaker box with built in amplifier and 2 12" speakers new infinti brand $85,000, speaker box wifi with amplifier and 6 10"speakers built in brand new $85,000 , 4 channel black and MONITOR with 4 cameras $60,000 tel 621-4000 :- 5pcs 50cc Harley Davidson bikes, key or pull start, perfect for kids or rentals one $50,000 all $220,000 also 3 pcs electric scooters like new $65,000 each all $180,000 TEL 621-4000  ;- Exercise equipment, Nordi Track, Abs Circle, portable Heaters, Ab board, and more also GE DRYER $45,000 tel 2273939, 621-4000  ALL MUST BE SOLD:- Television sets, sizes from 40" to 73" some working others need checking all sold as is make a cash offer all must be sold prices start from $25,000 check Guyana Variety Store and Nut Centre 38 Cummings street, Albertown tel 227-3939  MUST GO :Chicken Hatchery (Robbins), 28,000 eggs capacity fully ready, all racks, trays, electrical supply, and spares included,$ 4.9 million or CREDIT available TEL: 227-3939 621-4000 :- Generac Generator 15,000 watts , portable, gas on wheels, push start like new $425,000 cash Tel 227-3939, 6214000  commercial stainless steel with wheels vacuum cleaner 110v for car wash, commercial use 110v, 60Hz shop vacuum wet and dry $60 000, 5000 new PVC fittings for pipe mains ¾ and ½inch and metric, cheap. Owner leaving 616-5340 ! SOLAR! Complete solar spot light package, all-night lighting, security motion sensor, do it yourself installation for homes, mining, farming, etc, outdoor/indoor use, durable, effective, wholesale - only 5 units and over $15 000 each. Call 647-4997, 225-7722.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

VEHICLES FOR SALE

VEHICLES FOR SALE

VEHICLES FOR SALE

   steer loader, 4 Yanmar, 2-cylinder diesel engine 18hp, GM diesel 140 Hp Detroit diesel, 3-cylinder diesel welder, 2-cylinder Murphy 220 amps Aircool, Lincoln 250 amps electrical welder, Lincoln welder gasolene 125 amps, Subaru welder gasolene 250 amps, wood lathe, wood mortice, joiner, 3 drill presses, tools kit, steer chop saw, wood chop saw, small stake rice mill plus attachments, 3-6 inch shellers. Contact - 6770275.

 car. Excellent condit i o n . Te l . 6 2 2 - 8 3 0 8 .

AT 212 Carina, gear fully powered, mags, $1M, Contact Rocky 225-1400, 621-5902.

 3S, 6-speed manual, sport suspension, fully powered, AC< mags. Sheriff St. 225-6356.

 :- IPHONE 5S SILVER APPLE ID LOCKED $60,000, I, Iphone 5 16G WHITE UNLOCKED 2 pcs but not coming on sold as is $75,000, I PHONE 5 BLACK 16 G, $90,000, SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 2 NEW UNLOCKED $90,000, IPHONE 4S WHITE 16G 80,000 BLACKBERRY BOLD 4 UNLOCKED $50,000, BLACKBERRY CURVE 3220 $20,000, I pad 2 with wifi and cellular 64 gig $85,000 24 " Apple computer I-Mac $160,000 TEL 621-4000  EQUIPMENT:- 2 pcs Catterpillar 320BL Excavator, $85,000 US, Bedford truck with winch $25,000 US, Honda ATV $11,500 US, 6 Cynlinder Perkins engine with bed and pump, $5,500 US, 4 cylinder perkins engine with bed and pump, $5,000 US, 4 cynlinder Perkins engine turbo #2168 $4,000 US, 4 cynlinder engine non turbo # 2160 $3,700 US, 3 cynlinder Deutz engine, with starter and alternator, $2,950 US, Lincoln Generator and welder 4 cynlinder Perkins engine, $4,200 US, 1 Bob Cat #S185 year 2006, 24,000 US, Bob Cat #435 fast tract year 2005 mini excavator $35,000 US all NEG. tel 621-4000

VEHICLES VvEHICLES FOR FOR SALE SALELE , PPP serie s , $ 2 M neg. Call 6 8 6 - 7 5 7 9 , 2 3 1 7 5 3 7 .  Benz 330E, immaculate condition. Price nege. 225-3768.  Premio, AT 212. Tel. 226-5473.

 shipment of tyres available 49A Sandy Babb Street, Kitty. Tel. 699-6978, new and used tyres at very low prices Goodyear, Bridgestone, Continental, Michelin. For further information call Nannan on 699-6978 for quality and prices or visit us at the above location Monday to Saturday 08:00hrs to 17:00hrs. Sizes 185 70 R14, 185 - 65 R15, 195 - 60 R15, 175 - 65 R15, 175 - 70 R13, 235 - 70/75 R15, 195 - 70 R14. All sizes available for rims 13, 14 and 15

 Toyota Fielder, TV, rims, reverse camera. 6542036, 663-2700.  Honda CRV 130357 miles, in excellent condition. Tel. 627-5079.  Raum, PNN, AC, CD, 16" chrome rims, HID, $1.45M. 650-0609.  Toyota Premio, $2.4M neg. 693-9246, 6878534.  CRV, PKK series, excellent condition $2M. 645-7406. 192 CARINA, $825 000 neg in excellent condition. Tel. 6281332.    Rav-4, PMM series, AC, music good condition, price $2.3M neg. Contact 6696499. LEYLAND Daf truck with hyab, Caldina Wagon. Tel.. 626-5706.        AT 1 9 2 , P K K 7668. Price $680 000. 6288354. Mazda Axela close to new. Owner leaving country. Contact 6502223.

 Wagon (Jeep) automatic, fully powered, AC, hardly used, price $1.2M neg, Contact Rocky - 621-5902 or 225-1400.

 Super Custom bus, Runx and 1996 Rav-4. Call 617-8500 .    M a r k 11 G X 110. Price $2.7M. Tel 6141335.  Toyota Vitz (femaledriven), series PMM. Contact 616-1451, 227-6675.

Toyota Corolla AE 81. Tel. 683-8013.

    To y o t a AT 1 7 0 , p r i vate, good condition cab, $600 000 neg. 233-2117, 602-42 02.  Toyota Corona AT 170. One Caldina Wagon ST 225 New model, 2000 cc, 4wd. Tel 225-4435, 624-7250.

B12 car, lady-driven. Tel. 225-0805.    2 0 0 7 m odel, P R R s e r i e s . Te l . 6 6 1 6161.       Sp a c i o , f u l l b o d y k i t , T V, i n e x c e l l e n t condition. 684-4050.  quick sale, one new model Allion, immaculate condition 616-7351.  Nissan Bluebird SSS $550,000 negotiable. Tel: 6604409  AE Corolla 100 Wagon $900 000. Contact 611-6632, 6643488.

    P i c k u p , e x c e l lent condition, 5-speed transmission. Asking $2.2M neg. Contact 683-0658, 6937635  Deff and 2-ton dump truck, never registered. Annandale Public Road. 6430000.     T O Y O TA R AV 4 , I N EXCELLENT CONDITION, PRICE $2.5M. 96 SERIES TEL : 6 27-6740.    R Z h a r d l y used immaculate condit i o n , $ 1 . 4M . R o c k y 2 2 5 1400, 621-5902.  Raum, AT 212 Carina, Toyota Runx, mags, AC, CD deck. All in excellent condition. Tel. 646-6733, 234-1146.

 SV-40 Toyota Camry in excellent condition. Tel. 6445931.

 Toyota NZE excellent condition with 17" mags, flair kit, AC, CD. Price $1 35M neg. Cell 628-1682.

TITAN Very good condition Leather interior ,Fully loaded $ 2.5 M. Neg. Call: 620-1026.

 60 Toyota, good working condition. Price $350 000 or as scrap $300 000. Phone 660-8404, 626-7823.

Verossa (2003) in excellent condition, Toyota Premio (2008) in excellent condition. Both fully loaded. Tel. 613-0613.

BEDFORD 4-wheel with winch. Must be sold. Call 674-4649.

 Carina Wagon, very affordable. 616-2409

 Yamaha motor bike, 1000cc, (R1) year model 2009 $1.3M. Tel. 644-5096, 697-1453.

 Civic HID, leather interior, mag rims, CD deck, LED head and tail lights. Call 619-0585, 2260931.

Surf, PHH series. 610-0514.

 CRV, PJJ series, in excellent condition. Tel. 641-0720.

 100 Toyota car, auto start and alarm, $650 000 n e g . Te l . 6 4 3 - 6 2 3 9 , 2 2 3 7978, 227-6328.

 At 192, AT 212, AE 110 Corolla L-Touring and Fielder Wagon, Raum, Fun Cargo, RZ minibus, IST. Tel. 644-5096, 697-1453. Sprinter, PMM series, in excellent condition, AC, music, alarm, mags. For sale by owner. Tel. 6655867, 269-0751.

 AT 212 Carina, AC, mag rims, alarm. Price $975 000. 611-6632, 664-3488.  Super Custom bus 2005 model, BPP. Tel. 6257283. 2003 Premio late PPP series. Tel. 639-5484. Both in excellent condition.

 Nissan Tiida Latio PPP series, in excellent condition. Owner migrating. MILAGE 58,000, LADYDRIVEN Tel. 617-3834.

           Lancer, PMM series, low mileage, Honda Aria (unregisterd), T V, f o g l i g h ts. Te l . 6 1 4 - 4 1 5 1 .

-4, old model, auto, fully powered, mags, AC, PGG, Sheriff St. 225-6356.  bus high top, extra long, diesel, auto, front and rear AC, high back seats, etc. Sheriff St. 225-6356.

 212 Toyota Carina with chrome rims, AC, CD player, alarm, very excellent condition. Contact 643-5306, 685-0299, 2267855. TUNDRA IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, $2.6M .Contact 643-5306, 2267855, 685-0299.  Raum never worked hire, PNN, excellent condition. Price $850 000, cash. Call 655-7839, 6907344, Neekoomarie Shivtahal.  Note, AC, CD, in excellent condition, PMM series, neg. Phone 629-1036.  CRV PHH series, $1.3M neg. New transmission. 698-1485, 609-8235.    AT 212, Toyota Allion, Toyota Rum. Contact 666-6680, 617-1777. -charged Nissan Frontier, only one in the country, double cab pickup, good condition. Priced to sell $3.2M. Call 647-4997, 2257722.

 AT 212 Carina automatic fully powered, AC, CD, immaculate condition $1.2M, Contact Rocky 225-1400, 621-5902.

Caldina Wagon, one Toyota Raum, both in excellent condition. Contact 337-4544, 626-1525.

    Fielder Excellent Condition 1.6M Negotiable PNN Series call 689-7338

 RZ long base, automatic, mags, CD, diesel engine, $1.8M, hardly used. Call Rocky - 225-1400, 6215902.

Raum with full flair kit, AC, music, mags, one owner, very clean condition. Reasonably priced. Contact 643-5306, 226-7855, 685-0299.

Camry SV-40 good condition, mag rims, power door and windows, manual transmission. Asking $750 000 NEG. Tel. 612-5467.

model Raum, PLL series, in good condition, $1M neg. Tel. 640-0692.

 new model Raum, Toyota Fielder Wagon, in excellent condition, PPP and PSS series. Tel. 2239329, 614-4614.

 Premio, new shape, 2007 year model NZT 260, silver, push start, wood finish, TV, reverse camera, AC, etc unregistered. Tel. 6440530.

 AT 212, new and old models, mags, music, one Runx, Raum and NZE, mags, music, flair kit, in excellent condition. Tel. 6504200, 656-7900.

    To y o t a P i t b u l l B R R s e r i e s . I m m a c u l a t e c ondition. 629-3663

 Sports 25 ft speed boat and trailer, two Yamaha 150Hp, four-stroke outboards. Call 623-1622.

Mazda Axela, with rims, DVD player etc in excellent condition. Call 6870431.

Toyota Cami, PNN series, alarm, automatic, mags, TV. Price $1.55M. Tel. 227-0613, 645-7248

    M F t r a c t o r, f o r e i g n used, in excellent condition. Price neg. Contact 670-9393.

 silver Honda CRV, PMM series, year 2002. Price $2.8M neg. Tel. 641-5670, 666-3348.

 CRV $1.9M, (blue), PKK series, in good condition. Tel. 627-5079.

     A U T O S A L E ! C A R I N A 2 1 2 N E G. 4 0 C R O A L S T R E E T S TA B R O E K . T E L . 231-7284, 622-3823

 Axio, $2 495M, registered. 2004 Premio $2 495M unregistered. 2004 Spacio $2.25M unregistered. Call 648-1000.

Tacoma unregistered, off road tyres, $2.5M in excellent condition. Contact 643-5306, 226-7855, 6850299.

  Premio hardly used, automatic fully powered, $2.1M. Call Rocky 225-1400, 621-5902.

HONDA Civic, CD player, AC, mag rims, alarm syst e m , $780 000 neg. Ford Ranger 2 0 0 3 $ 2 . 2 M n e g . Te l . 6 5 8 5400.

     n e w m o d e l P P P series, lady driven, rims, alarm, tv C a l l 6 6 8 - 5 3 8 4 , 6 4 8 3342.

82 Starlet Turbo, stick gear, DVD, AC. Tel. 682-0992.

 Toyota Bb, IST and Ractis for sale. Call 614-2331, 697-6096.

   E x t r a c a b pick-up (22R engine), manual (EFI) 4x4, GPP series, $2.4M. Rocky 2251400, 621-5902

 Ceres, leather interior, mags, music, $675 000. Tel. 698-7632.

 192 Carina, PHH series, $750 000 neg. 643-0586.

 TM truck with Hiab, GMM series. Price $3M. Tel. 231-5873, 694-5998.

 AT 192 Carina automatic, fully powered, AC, mags, CD, private $1.1M hardly used. Contact Rocky 225-1400, 621-5902.

Vitz $1.75M, Contact Robin, Tel. 655-0647.

sets, music sets and speakers, grass cutter machines and trimmers, brass pipes and shower sets, building paint sprayers, heavy duty rotary and hammer drills, compressors, electric winches (trucks and ATVs), Honda water pumps (2-inch,/3-inch), 48 Yamaha outboard boat engine, vehicle alternators and starters for various vehicles. Tel. 227-8519, 6534287, 618-1839.

5050 amplifier used, QSC 1450 amplifier used, Spin 3300 amplifier new, Spin 330 amplifier used, Dennon 1500S mixer and pair Dennon 3500 CD player used, DBX 1231 equalizer used, DBX 120 x Sub harmonic used, Rane 23A crossover used. Tel. 6133846, 670-9993.

 F150 V6 in working condition $700 000. Tel. 256-3749, 681-5422, 692-0526.

 Caldina Wagon, 4x4, automatic, fully powered, ac, mags, alarm, $1.9M.Contact Rocky 2251400, 621-5902.

 2-ton Mitsubishi Canter. Call 645-3795.

  Gardens house and land with pool, Sea-doo jet ski, 1400cc and 700cc, excellent condition, Can-am ATV's, new engine, out board engine, house hold appliances, refrigerator, stoves, washers, TV, etc. Tel. 600-3171, 648-3171, 226-0025.

 Xerox photocopy machine with scanner attached, about 8 months old, hardly used, all manual and CD available also 7 brand new sets of ink in box for machine $460 000, for all 110-240v, 4 printers Hp Laser Jet working condition $75 000, 10 flat screen computer m o n i t o r s 11 0 v a l l $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 . Tel:675-8008

 525i M Body Kit, Excellent condition, Low mileage, Price Neg. Call : 620-1026

VEHICLES FOR SALE

, just arrived! Dodge Ram, Chevy, excellent condition Silverado. 618-1839 677-4866.  gear and automatic Pitbulls and RZ buses at the best prices around - 6418647.  model Hilux Surf and RX8, very clean vehicles. Terms available - 641-8647. and Noah with body kits, unregistered and top-notch condition, with terms available 641-8647.

 Wagon (Jeep) automatic, fully powered, AC, hardly used, price $1.2M neg, Contact Rocky - 621-5902 or 2251400.  AT 192 Carina automatic, fully powered, AC, mags, CD, private $1.1M hardly used. Contact Rocky 225-1400, 6215902.  Toyota Raum, PPP series, TV, mags, sliding roof, $1.3M, One Toyota RZ, PGG series, mags, $550 000. Tel. 6631776.  Land Cruiser Prado PMM Series. 225-0188, 225-6070, Monday to Friday 08:15hrs - 16:15hrs, Saturday 08:15hrs - 13:15hrs.


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 Extra cab pick-up (22R engine), manual (EFI) 4x4, GPP series, $2.4M. Rocky 225-1400, 621-5902

                      

 Corolla AE100. Excellent condition, AC, mag rims, alarm, DVD player etc. Price $825 000 neg. Call 2253217, 612-9625, 695-6461.

H2 sut model prenegotiations sale Model equipped with full leather interior, 22" rims triple dvd sound system hid lights, fogs, led lighting, lots of extras please note this vehicle can only sold and transfer by July 2014 not before interesting person can make a sensible offer from now but must wait until july to confirm sale 621-4000

ALL MUST GO :- 2 LEROY TRIDENT cars, 250 CC, 5 speed, 4 doors, Power Window, keyless entry, Cd Player, Sunroof, PRR series almost new $450,000 cash or financing available through the bank 25% down and drive TEL 227-3939, 621-4000

 Cook, must be able to work o d d h o u r s a n d S u n days. Apply in person to Lot 5 3 D a v i d St , K i t t y.

 CUT: Premio, Alteeza, Nissan K11 March, EP 91 Starlet, EP 82 Starlet, H o n d a C i v i c E K 3 , To y o t a ProBox NCP51, Allion, Raum n e w m o d e l , To y o ta D u e t M100a, Passo KGC10, Avensis, Honda HR-VGH3, Mazda Familia BJ5W, Corolla, Raum old model, Platz SCP11, Vista SVC32, Cube Z10, Honda Fit GD1, Mazda Demio DY5W, Carina (212) Hiace Pitbull, Fun Cargo, Allex, Toyota Spacio, Toyota Corona ST210. Door, fender, engine, bonnet, truck, rear gate, bumper, full grill, head light, tail light, windscreen, door mirror, door visor, door mail switch and many more. Contact Eddie's Auto Parts, 6 Vlissengen Road Newtown. Tel. 227-2835.

-TIME domestic/maid for Georgetown home $15 000 weekly. 227-3285.

100 Toyota Corolla, excellent condition, AC, mag rims, alarm, DVD player, etc. price $825 000. Call 612-9625, 225-3217, 695-6461.  3-ton open back Nissan truck, not new but in working condition. 231-6561, 231-6560, 6725281, 643-7666.

    P r e m i o P NN series, in excellent condition (lady-driven), 17" chrome rims, alarm, automatic start, ac, CD player etc. $2.3M neg. Te l . 6 4 9 - 2 5 4 1 .  Spacio, AC, mags, CD, DVD, remote start alarm, in excellent condition, $1.8M neg. Tel. 615-8750, 681-5548, 6028700. Cedia, PKK series, 17" mags, CD deck, AC, Alarm. Price neg., fully powered. Tel. 6185509.  192 TOYOTA Carina motor car in excellent condition, with AC, mags, CD player, very clean condition, going cheap. Contact 643-5306, 226-7855, 685-0299.  212 CARINA new model, low mileage, one owner, clean. GX Mark 2, 100 purchased brand new, mileage 52 000 km. 6135000, one mobile kitchen 8 x 16 for rental or sale.

 NZE Corolla, alarm, AC, mags, etc., in hire, excellent condition, $1.15M neg. Call 6261141 Shahab.  Tacoma 4x4 automatic, GRR series, 89 000 km, immaculate condition. $3.7M neg. Call 626-1141 Shahab. Allion, fully powered, AC, mags, alarm, etc., in hire, excellent condition, $1.6M neg. Call 626-1141, Shahab.  Tacoma 2011 TRD, 4x4, extra cab, reverse camera, fully loaded. Tel. 669-1113, 614-0949, 671-8883.

 IST, PRR Series with AC, CD/DVD, Rear View Camera/LCD, Aluminum Rims, G o o d i n t e r i o r. I m p o r t e d a n d Owner Driven, excellent condition, Price Negotiable Contact 619-5844..

 tow truck, aluminum sliding tray, carries 2 vehicles in immaculate condition $4.2M neg. 639-3100, 667-1116, 220-5526, 619-5400.  Convertible sports car in excellent condition, low mileage, Call Tel. 639-3100, 667-1116, 220-5526, 619-5400 for more information.  Toyota Land Cruiser 105 series, in excellent condition, 5door, seven-seater, enclosed, solid deff (back and front), 1 Hz diesel engine. Tel. 668-3581. Premio 2003, PRR series, 53160 miles (grey) in good condition, original CD and tape deck. Price $2M. Tel. 6644904.

-TON TL Bedford dump truck 19ft tray $1.8M, AT 192 car, private, $875 000, D4E CAT bulldozer $3.8M, Camico tractor 4x4 powered by CAT 3306 DI engine, $9.5M, parts, axle chassis for 7ton trailer and TK cab parts and many more. Call 333-2644, 6507196, 601-2153.

 HP TRACTOR Massey Ferguson 1085, 2WD from USA, unregistered, hydraulic clip on hoses, control cabin, air blower, adjustable steering, seat, etc. $ 2 . 3 M . Te l . 6 1 9 - 6 8 6 3 , 6 0 1 8276. minibuses BMM and BNN, CRV new model, AT 192, 212, NZE, AT 170, Toyota Hilux Surf, 06 Tacoma, family van (7-seater) canters, Tacoma, Nissan Cefiro wagon and cheap cars. 680-3154

2005-9 dark blue Toyota Voxy, in excellent condition, never registered, low mileage, AC, 4WD, TV, navigation system, keyless entry, automatic, 2000cc, clean interior. Price $1.85M. Call 218-5063, 625-7276.

 Tacoma, stick shift, king cab, AC, bull bar, tool kit, high lift. In immaculate condition. Call 626-5306, 671-7450.

 industrial Solutions (GPS) - asset tracking service for vehicles, personal cars, vans, taxis, distribution trucks/ v a n s / b u s e s . Machiner y : e x c a v a t o r s , t r a c k dozers, off road vehicles, trawlers, barges, tugs. Tel. 592-6910940.

-OUT SALE Toyota Spacio, Premio, Raum, IST, Vitz, Toyota Belta, Toyota Noah, NZE (2), Hilux Solid Def, RH Auto Sales Blankenburg WCD. 269-0794, 6884847.

 buy, sell and trade-in vehicles for cash, we also do trading-in of vehicles, 30-seater buses, as low as $900 000, Spacio, Allion, Super Custom buses, unregistered premios and we also do pre-ordering for any vehicles 680-3154.

 II GX 110, cd, dvd, mags, remote start etc. In excellent condition. Owner leaving country. Tel: 643-5431

 sale on at Paul Camacho Auto Sales! In stock - Allion Runx, Spacio, Raum, Fun Cargo buses, Solid Def, Hilux, new model Tacoma 4WD pick up, Ra v - 4 , freezer truck open tray cant e r. Credit terms and trade-in facilities available. Check us out at Paul Camacho Auto Sales. 111 Croal & Oronoque Streets, next to GT&T parking lot. Tel. 226-1893, 225-0773, 656-4104, 671-1627.

 F150 (Gas), Ford F350 (diesel),Toyota Tundra bubble back 2WD (gas), Chevrolet express cargo van 2500 cc, Suzuki Sports 2-door 4WD (gas), Mitsubishi Legnum Wagon 4WD Tiptronic (gas), Lifan 125cc motor bike. Tel. 227-8519, 653-4287, 618-1839. AUTO SALE: We have unregistered Toyota Sienta AT 192, 212 old and new models, Fielder Wagons, NZE, Allex, Allion, Premio, BMW car, pickups, 4x4, Raum, IRZ minibus, Isuzu 4x4 and much more. Tel. 227-8550, 227-8910, 628-2833, 609-1740.  DEALS DEALS.1 2002 model unregistered Toyota Regius Wagon, colour Black two tone, AC< air bag, alloy wheels powered windows , power stee r i n g , f o g l i g h t s , T V, n a v i g a t i o n p r i c e $2.3M. Contact 624-5617.  hard-to-get vehicle parts including windscreen, computer box, doors, lights, engines, front half, back half, mirrors,window screen for all ty p e s o f v e h i c l e s , spoiler, door visors, mud-flap for 2002 Rav-4, etc for To y o t a , Nissan, B M W, M e r c e d e s , M i t s u b i s h i, Honda Isuzu, Fuzo, etc. at unbeatable prices. Contact Tel. 645-7800, 001-597-866-6358.

 must go :- Nissan Maxima car, fully powered needs repairs, sold with documents, sold as is $250,000 cash 227-3939, 621-4000  MUST GO :Mitsubishi 3000GT sports car, 18" rims, leather seats, Cd Player, amp and box, hid lights, excellent condition $2,200,000 neg. tel 6214000, 227-3939 :- Mercedes Benz A140 right hand drive, 38,000 km imported from u.k with minor problem sold as is $1.8 million tel 6214000  MUST GO :Mercedes benz S300 bullet proof, leather seats, automatic, cd and dvd player 2 screens, lots of extras, 19" rims 2.2 million cash tel 621-4000,  MUST GO :Stretch limousine, Lincoln Town car, seats 12 persons, fully powered, leather interior, 18" rims, sound system, DVD TV system, lighting effects, rents for Weddings, Proms, Executive services, $5.4 million start making money today Tel 227-3939, 621-4000 ALL MUST GO :5 PCS -Trike Can- Am style Motorcycle, 200cc new, reverse gear, Projection and Led lights, Digital dash board, unregistered $275,000 cash or 10% down and ride financing available through the bank, TEL 227-3939, 6214000  ;- TOYOTA Bb late PPP series green original paint, fully powered equipped with a special factory sound system, tv deck, head rest tvs, back up camera, remote start, hid head and fog lights, 17" mag wheel, 38,000 km, very clean $2.5 million financing through the bank neg tel 621-4000

                                  - To y o ta N o a h ;Toyota Voxy, Toyota IST (New Shape) Suzuki Swift; Daihatsu Move (660cc) Mercedes Benz C 2 0 0 C o m pressor; Corolla AE100 W a g o n ; Toyota Hiace Minibus RZ; Pitbull Style Freezer Van; Land Cruiser (fully loaded); M a z d a P r o ceed 4WD Extra-cab pickup; To y o t a H i l u x 4WD Extra-cab picku p s - 3RZ, 5 L , 3LSolid Differential; Mitsubishi Canter Trucks 3, TONS O P E N T R AY, 2 -TON 4WD; 4- TONS Freezer; Nissan Atlas 2 Ton Truck. P r e - O r d e r y o ur units early a n d g e t t h e b e st pr ices. F u l l a f t e r - sales s e r v i c e a n d f i n a n c i n g a v aila b l e .                                                               Lot 235 South Road and Lig h t S t r e e t , B o u r d a , Georgetown, Tel. 629-5178, 223-8655. We buy and sell used cars and trade-in your car for another. All prices are negotiable USED small bus $950,., Allion $2.05M, Cedia Lancer $1.1M, Honda Civic $1.1M, AT 192 $900 000, Corona 170 Wagon $800 000, BMW 318i $2.9M, AE 110 Corolla $950 000, new model AT 212 $1.375M, Raum $1.25M, Tacoma $2.2M, Corolla Wagon $1.050M, RZ bus $1.2M, Range Rover des 5L Eng Solid Deff $5M, Honda Accord $900,., Vios $1.6M, Primo $2.7M unregistered, Tundra, GRR s e r i e s s q u a r e back $2.2M, , Nadia     Big sale now on - Toyota, Allion, Ractis, CYLPHA, Vitz, 15 and 19 seats Pitbull, Belta, IST< Cami, AT 212, Axio, 9 seats Voxy, Picnic, Allex, Spacio, Passo, Vios, Avensis, IPsum, Rush, Hilux, Sienta, Alteeza, Runx, Celica, Platz, Wish, Vigo & Land Cruiser 4-wheel drive & single cab pickups, Corolla NZE 121 and Caldina Fielder Wagons, Hilux Xtra Cab, new and old models Premio BB Raum Prado, 4-Runner Land Cruiser, Pick-up Vitz Rav-4, Audi A4, Merc e d e s B e n z E200, Mazda Demio, Rx7,. Rx8, Axela, Suzuki, E s c u d o , H o n d a F i t , C A PA , Civic, new and old models CRV, Nissan Cefiro, Murano, Tida, Latio, Datsun Pick-up 2 x 4 , Va n e t t e Va n , x - T r a i l , BMW 318 and 320, M i ts u b i s h i : M i r a g e , L a n c e r, Colt, Dingo, Pajero I.O. 2 4 4 S h e r i f f S t r e e t . Te l . 227-2322, Fax 227-2330, 3 Bagotstown, EBD. Tel. 2335151.             Lot 185 Charlotte and King Streets, Maraj B u i l d i n g Te l . 2 2 7 - 0 2 6 5 , 2 2 7 - 1 8 8 1 , 6 2 9 - 5 17 8 . W e buy and sell used c a r s a n d trade-in your car for ano t h e r. A l l p rices are negotiable USED Honda Civic $ 1 . 1 M , AT 192 $975 000, BMW 318i $2.9M., AE 110 Cor o l l a $ 950,, R a u m $ 1 . 2 5 M , Tacoma $2.2M, Corolla Wagon $1.05M, R Z b u s $ 8 5 0 0 0 0 , P r i m o $ 2 . 7 M u n r e gistered , Tundra, GRR series, square back $2.2M, Nadia $1.7M, Allion $2.05M.

WANTED  to work in Annandale. Tel. 220-2528.     M E C H A N I C : 4 - 5 years experience. WELDER: Gas/Arc weldi n g e x p e r i e n c e . Te l : 223-2803.

 Driver/Salesman to sell water, m u s t r e s i d e on the WBD. Attractive s a l a r y , c o m m i s s i o n . Te l . 618-4257.

 , 2 waitresses, 2 kitchen workers. Contact Safraz Heineken Pub - 613-5000, 220-3810.  clerk Senior/Junior CXC English and Mathematics, Computer knowledge an asset. Call 225-0188/225-6070. -IN: Small family, husband to drive, wife domestic. Good accommodation and rates. Tel. 227-1830.     M E C H A N I C : 4 5 years experience. WELDER: Gas/Arc weldi n g e x p e r i e n c e . Te l : 2 2 3 2803.  at Escada Fragrance and Gift Express. Come in person with handwritten a p p l i c a t i o n . Te l . 2 2 5 1322, City Mall 2nd F l o o r.

    , g o o d fabrication skills, Live in domestic, high rates offered f o r b o t h p o s i t i o n s . Te l #227-1830  operators & Farm workers to work in fort island essequibo call - 6933933 car drivers. Call 6279424, 227-0638. guards to work night and day shifts. Males only, age 35 - 55 years.  Handyman, age 1745, to work in North West, one female cleaner. Tel. 627-8881.  operator, to work in interior. Contact 2235273/4. driver salesman to s e l l p l u c k c h i c k e n s . Te l . 602-2131, 270-4319.  Sierra and Ford Cortina car body. Tel. 231-4702.  hair and nail technician at Parika EBE. Call 260-4737, 661-0019.  driver salesman to sell pluck chickens. Te l . 6 0 2 - 2 1 3 1 , 2 7 0 - 4 3 1 9 . female Sales clerk. Contact Dan's Auto Electrical - 2267968. Cashier to work in bar. Tel. 696-8485.  (van and lorry), porters, factory workers. Tel. 2265473.  Managers to work in the interior on land dredges. Tle.226-9768. - 1 one day Domestic - Saturdays only, preferable from the Diamond area call 6412979. Car drivers to work with base, 45 years and older. 2237634, 611-7379/ 681-0823.  seeking private cars for contract. Contact B. K h a n o n 6 2 6 0491  security guard to work shift duties. Only serious enquiries. Call 6002165.  Guards to work on dredges in the interior. Tle.226-9768. , Dispatchers Tel. 231-0316, 231-0002, 2194086, 219-4087.

 carpenter and mason to work at LBI, the border between LBI & Pigeon Island. 226-0575.        : S e c u r i t y Officers - military or param i l i t a r y. E x c e l l e n t p a y a n d benefits. Call 223-4033.  Sales girl. Apply at Lot 8 North Road between Light and Cummings St. 6291530.  at Escada Fragrance and Gift Express. Come in person with handwritten applicat i o n . Te l . 2 2 5 - 1 3 2 2 , C i t y M a l l 2 n d F l o o r. between 18 and 25 years old, to work in factory located in Georgetown. For more information, call 227-3341.     Handyman between 18 to 25 years old to work in and around factory located in Georgetown. For more information, call 227-3341. Machinist and gear cutter at E & N Beck, Lot 3 Princes & Ketley Streets, Charlestown, Georgetown. Tel. 225-6272 /Supervisor at Xenon Hotel, Charity/Ebo. Accommodation provided. Attractive salary offered. Contact 223-5273/4. Sales girl, Apply in person at Ramroop's Trading,1 C Orange Walk Bourda. Tel 227-1451, 225-5998. /outdoor Sales Representative. Must be computer-literate and able to work with limited supervision. Call 225-8061, 672-4090. We chatting.com


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Sunday CHRONICLE May 18, 2014

Arsenal end trophy drought with thrilling FA Cup win By Mike Collett LONDON, (Reuters) - Arsenal ended their nine-year wait for a major honour when they beat Hull City 3-2 after extra time in a pulsating FA Cup final yesterday after a dreadful start

future doesn’t depend on this match but I wanted to wait to see how it all goes.” He might well have been saying “Non ! Non ! Non!” after the opening eight minutes when Hull, playing in the FA Cup final for the first

cleared from under the Arsenal crossbar by Kieran Gibbs. Gibbs was guilty of a staggering miss after 78 minutes which could have haunted him if Arsenal had lost when, with just a touch needed to score what would probably

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (R) lifts the trophy as he celebrates with his players their victory against Hull City in their FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium in London, yesterday.

when they conceded twice in the opening eight minutes. They recovered with a first half free-kick from Santi Cazorla, a second half equaliser from Laurent Koscileny and a brilliantly taken extra-time winner from Aaron Ramsey who scored with the outside of his right foot. After the final whistle jubilant manager Arsene Wenger, in charge of Arsenal since 1996, confirmed he was staying at the club to end speculation over his future. Wenger, showing rare emotion after he was doused with water by his celebrating players, replied “yeah, yeah, yeah” when asked if he was signing a new contract. Not only was this Arsenal’s first major honour since their FA Cup win in 2005, they equalled Manchester United’s record of 11 FA Cup wins. Wenger equalled former United manager Alex Ferguson’s record of five FA Cup wins by a manager and Arsenal became the first team since Everton beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 in 1966 to win the FA Cup after coming from two goals down. F r e n c h m a n We n g e r, beaming with satisfaction, said; “We wanted to make history and win the game. It was the turning point in the life span of this team. “If we hadn’t have come back it would have been terrible. I praised the spirit many times of this team. Congratulations to Hull they played very well. “I always said my

time in their 110-year history and whose trophy drought has gone on ever since, blasted their way into a 2-0 lead with goals from two of their three centre-backs, James Chester and skipper Curtis Davies. Chester scored when Arsenal failed to cut our a mis-hit pass from Tom Huddlestone with Chester planting the ball wide of Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski to give his team a shock lead. Worse was to follow for Arsenal four minutes later when they failed to clear from a set-piece and Davies scored from a narrow angle after Fabianski had palmed the ball on to a post. In some ways, although Hull were delighted to be ahead, the goals came too early in the match for them. Arsenal, better in every position, ended the league season in great form with five straight wins to secure fourth place while Hull staggered over the finish line and ended 16th. Arsenal’s superiority, with Cazorla the main midfield creator and Ramsey showing glimpses of the form he had at the start of the season before injury sidelined him for three months, complemented him superbly and helped Arsenal dominate possession for long periods. Despite their early advantage, Hull could not build on it, but matters might have turned out very differently if they had gone three up after 12 minutes when a dipping header from Alex Bruce was

have been the winner, he failed to find the target. GREAT RESOLVE Despite going behind Arsenal showed great resolve in their fightback and got a lifeline when Cazorla scored with a brilliantly struck freekick from 25-metres out after 17 minutes. His strike evoked memories of Paul Gascoigne’s famous free-kick for Tottenham Hotspur against Arsenal in the 1991 FA Cup semi-final at Wembley as it soared into the upper left-hand corner of the goal. Arsenal continued to press and attack from both left and right wings but with striker Olivier Giroud having minimal impact on the Hull defence, they had to wait until Koscielny benefited from two lucky deflections to turn and equalise from close range after 71 minutes. Giroud had a great chance to settle it early in extra time when he thundered a header against McGregor’s bar before Arsenal’s sublime winner set up by Giroud’s back-heel. “It’s such a great feeling right now, I’m quite emotional thinking about it,” matchwinner Ramsey said. “We have conceded early a few times this season but we showed great strength and character today. “That’s up there with the most important goals I’ve scored and hopefully this is the first of many to come.”

California Chrome easily wins Preakness (Reuters) - California Chrome drew away from the field in the stretch and easily won the $1.5 million Preakness Stakes yesterday to remain in the hunt to claim the elusive Tripe Crown. The Kentucky Derby champion, ridden by Victor Espinoza, settled in nicely in third place before making his move on the far turn and grabbing the lead at the top of the stretch. Finishing second, 1 1/2 lengths behind California Chrome, was hard-charging Ride On Curlin, while the third-place spot went to Social Inclusion. “It’s an awesome feeling to have a horse like California Chrome,” Espinoza said. “It was a crazy race. I got more tired physically than mentally. It worked out well and he’s an amazing horse.” Steve Coburn and Perry Martin, a pair of small-time owners who created DAP Racing (Dumbass Partners), bought a mare named Love the Chase for $8,000 and paid a $2,500 stud fee to breed her with Lucky Pulpit, who won only three of his 22 starts. The result of that modest mating was the chestnut California Chrome, who won $900,000 for Saturday’s tri-

umph to push his career earnings to nearly $3.5 million. Trained by 77-year-old Art Sherman, California Chrome has won all five of his starts in 2014 and over his 12-race career has eight wins and a second. “It’s quite a thrill,” said Sherman. “I know he had to run harder in this race (than the Kentucky Derby). Just watching him perform, I was a little concerned coming back in two weeks. “I’ll tell you one thing: He’s a real race horse ... I have a tear (in my eye) because we worked hard all year and Victor rode him perfect. It’s a dream for any trainer to do this.” If California Chrome can win the mile-and-onehalf Belmont Stakes on June 7 at Belmont Park in New York, he will become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. The winning time for the mile-and-three-16th race at Pimlico Race Course was a swift 1:54 4/5, though well off the Preakness record of 1:53 set in 1973 by Secretariat, who went on to win the Triple Crown. California Chrome, the 1-2 favorite in the field of 10, returned $3.00, $3.00 and $2.40 for a $2 ticket.

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09:30 hrs Royal Mac 10:05 hrs Abercrombie 10:45 hrs Berthe

Ripon 09:10 hrs Wooden Spoon 09:40 hrs Flying Machine 10:10 hrs Tagtale 10:40 hrs Iffranesia 11:10 hrs yeager 11:40 hrs Dalaki 12:10 hrs Thatcherite 12:40 hrs Art Of War

Stratford 09:20 hrs Mandy’s Boy 09:50 hrs Cashmere Cat 10:20 hrs Domtaline 10:50 hrs Area Access 11:20 hrs Hot Whiskey 11:50 hrs The Rattler Obrien 12:20 hrs Nicolas Chauvain Market Rasen 09:00 hrs She’s Late 09:30 hrs Oliver’s Gold 10:00 hrs Calusa Star 10:30 hrs Enchanted Garden 11:00 hrs Zarzal 11:30 hrs Keltic Rhythm 12:00 hrs Altior South Africa Racing Tips Clairwood 08;20 hrs Ottimo 08:55 hrs She’s A Pippa

French Racing Tips Auteuil 08:30 hrs Saint Call 09:10 hrs Ultra Lucky 09:45 hrs Laterano 10:30 hrs Rhialco 11:15 hrs Amberoise 11:50 hrs Diakali 12:20 hrs Chiffre D’affaires Irish Racing Tips Navan 09:05 hrs Sailors Swan 09:35 hrs Chillie Billie 10:05 hrs Araner 10:35 hrs Masai 11:05 hrs Leading Light 11:35 hrs John Constable 12:05 hrs Sereza 12:35 hrs Table Rock Limerick 09:15 hrs Cloudy Rock 09:45 hrs Hareth 10:15 hrs The Plan Man 10:45 hrs Limpopo Tom 11:15 hrs Cailin Annamh 11;45 hrs Tipped Up Harry 12:15 hrs Marinero


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Sunday CHRONICLE May 18, 2014

Atletico Madrid win La Liga title after draw at Barca By Tim and Hanlon BARCELONA, (Reuters) - A towering Diego Godin header secured Atletico Madrid a 1-1 draw against Barcelona and a first La Liga title for 18 years in a thrilling climax to the campaign yesterday. Barca needed to beat Atletico in a final-day showdown to snatch the title away and Alexis Sanchez gave the hosts hope when he rifled home from an acute angle after 33 minutes at a packed Nou Camp. But four minutes after the break Godin powered home from a corner and Atletico defended robustly to earn the draw they needed and claim their first championship since 1995-96. The result prompted Barcelona’s Argentine coach Gerardo Martino to announce his resignation after just one season in the job. “The work and effort of this team is the key and nobody makes any compromises. The team understands this,” Atletico coach Diego Simeone told a news conference. “Today will be one of the most important days in the history of the club. To become champions against

Barcelona is a great feeling.” Following the final whistle, the Nou Camp crowd applauded the new champions as they celebrated on the pitch. “This was something unimaginable at the start of the season but totally deserved,” Atletico captain Gabi told Spanish television as his delirious team mates celebrated on the pitch behind him. “We always believed in ourselves, even when we fell behind today,” he added. “It is a honour to be part of this and to be able to compete with the big clubs. “Let the fans enjoy this now because they deserve it. We will celebrate this great title now and from Monday we will focus on the Champions League which is the priority now.” Atletico, who contest next Saturday’s European showpiece against Real Madrid in Lisbon, finished with 90 points, with Barca second on 87 and Real, also with 87, in third. It is the first time in 10 years that either Barca or Real Madrid did not win the league and Barca finished without major silverware for the first time in six years. “We had it within our

Atletico Madrid players celebrate after winning the Spanish first division title following their soccer match against Barcelona at Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, yesterday Credit: REUTERS/Albert Gea

grasp for 45 minutes but all we can do now is congratulate Atleti,” Barca playmaker Andres Iniesta told Spanish TV. “After we went ahead their goal really hurt us and they are worthy champions,” added the Spain international. “We tried to the very end but today we are left emptyhanded. This season is over

for us and now we just have to move forward.” Gerard Pique and Neymar were back in the Barca side after injury while the surprise in coach Martino’s lineup was the choice of Cesc Fabregas in midfield ahead of Xavi. Pique’s return was a boost due to Atletico’s strength in the air and he was soon in the

thick of the action as the visitors looked to test the Barca defence. He was booked after just five minutes for a foul on Koke. The visitors suffered a blow as Diego Costa went off injured after 15 minutes as his hamstring problems continued. Shortly afterwards Arda Turan also limped off. Needing only to draw,

Atletico tried to slow the game down, while the tension meant a scrappy contest only came to life in spurts. Sanchez was looking the most lively for Barca in the first half and having gone close with a header, he rifled home a shot from a tight angle, beating Thibaut Courtois at his near post. It would be harsh to blame the Atletico keeper, however, such was the ferocity of the strike. Atletico came out in determined mood after the restart and once Godin got the equaliser from a Gabi corner they always looked in control. Messi made some dangerous runs and found the net with an effort that was ruled offside, while Neymar, the marquee signing ahead of the season, also failed to make an impact with the Atletico defence staying rock solid. After months of speculation about his future, Barcelona coach Martino said he was standing down in the wake of the result. “I would like to thank the club for putting their confidence in me and I am sorry that I was unable to deliver,” the Argentine told a news conference.

Martino quits as Barcelona High Court restores Ashraf as Pakistan chairman coach after trophyless season (REUTERS)-Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino resigned yesterday after just one season in charge having finished second to Atletico Madrid in the La Liga title race and failed to win a major trophy. The Argentine had been faced with the tough challenge of maintaining Barcelona’s incredible recent record of success and while they remained in the title chase until the final game of the season, their performances drew criticism. Victory in yesterday’s final game at home to Atletico, would have drawn them level on 89 points with the Madrid side and seen them finish first with a superior head-to-head record. In the end, however, they could only manage a 1-1 draw, which left them without major silverware for the first time in six years. Barca also failed to reach the last four of the Champions League for the first time

Barcelona’s coach Gerardo ``Tata’ Martino resigned yesterday after just one season in charge.

in seven years after being knocked out by Atletico in the quarter-finals. “I would like to thank the club for putting their confidence in me and I am sorry that I was unable to deliver,” Martino told a news conference. “The team fought to the end with lots of dignity. I would like to congratulate Atletico they have done very well all through the season.” Martino’s task was made more difficult over the season with injuries to key

attacking talents Lionel Messi and Neymar while defensive weaknesses were badly exposed. Martino had said earlier in the campaign that it would be difficult for him as he was not from the Barcelona or closely-linked Dutch school of football and there were constant debates about his more direct style. Former player Luis Enrique is the favourite to replace Martino, having resigned as Celta Vigo coach on Friday.

(REUTERS)-The Islamabad High Court has once again restored Zaka Ashraf as chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board. Judge Noor ul Haq put aside a notification issued by the Prime Minister in February under which Ashraf was removed as chairman and a 12-member management committee was set up to run cricket affairs under Najam Sethi. “We have heard about the judgement by the IHC. We are awaiting a copy of it after which we can make a comment,” the PCB’s legal adviser Tafazzul Rizvi told Reuters on Saturday. Rizvi said four court petitions had been filed against Ashraf’s removal and against the government’s appointment of the committee. Ashraf welcomed the court decision. “There was a smear campaign launched against me by the current set up and I was removed illegally by the government as I was properly

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elected as chairman,” he said. The court also reinstated 38 board employees who had filed petitions against their dismissals by the Sethi-led committee. Since last year the board has seen a plethora of changes in the role of chairman. In May 2013 the IHC removed Ashraf, terming his election illegal. The government then appointed Sethi as caretaker chairman before the IHC restored Ashraf as chairman in January. Earlier last week Sethi

announced Pakistan and India would play six bilateral series between 2015-23. The neighbours have not played a test series since before the deadly 2008 attacks on Mumbai which the Indian government blamed on militants from Pakistan. Sethi has also recently appointed former captains Moin Khan as chief selector and team manager and Waqar Younis as coach while former test leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed was named as spin bowling coach.


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SA’s next captain not an automatic choice - Lorgat By Firdose Moonda THE decision on South Africa’s next Test captain should not be a straightforward or simple one, according to Cricket SA CEO Haroon Lorgat and team manager Mohammed Moosajee. Although the position is expected to be offered to one of AB de Villiers or Faf du Plessis, Lorgat and Moosajee hope other possibilities will be considered in debates over the next two weeks. “I would hope the selectors will not have an automatic choice. There is a process that needs to be followed,” Lorgat, speaking at the Gauteng Cricket Board Awards on Thursday night, said. “There are several candidates so let’s hope it is a tough choice.” South Africa’s selection

AB de Villiers

panel have already begun talks and will meet again before CSA’s board meeting on June 3 to decide on their recommendation for the next Test captain. The person they choose will have to be ratified by the board before being officially announced. Apart from de Villiers and du Plessis,

JP Duminy has been mentioned as a possible choice, especially in light of his recent form, bigger role in the national team and years in the game. Duminy has been playing regularly in the Test team since March 2012 with his only absence enforced when he tore his Achilles’ tendon in November that year in Australia. He was handed his place back as soon as he returned to full fitness. He has established his place in the middle-order where he plays a pivot role between the specialist batsmen and the lower order, shepherding the tail. He has also been given a job to do with the ball and his offspin has allowed South Africa the option of another bowler. As one of the more senior members of the side, Duminy is considered to be part of the core group

JP Duminy

that will lead the rebuilding phase following the twin retirements of Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis last summer. That Duminy plays across all three formats makes him one of the constants in the South Africa XI. National coach Russell Domingo has often referred to Duminy

as South Africa’s “best T20 player,” and he is currently the South African with the most runs in the IPL, and fifth on the overall standings. What may work against Duminy is that he has not captained previously but South Africa’s administrators have shown that is not insurmountable hurdle. Smith only played eight Tests before being made national captain at age of 22 while de Villiers had not led at any level when he succeeded Smith as ODI and T20 skipper. What is more important, according to Moosajee, is that the person entrusted with the job is able to continue to apply the team culture South Africa have built over the last few years. “We are a diverse country with a diverse group of

players and we have a melting pot of cultures in the dressing room. We have built our team environment around that, which has meant learning and respecting each other’s backgrounds and using that to become a strong unit,” Moosajee said. “We are fortunate that we’ve had inspirational leaders in the past and now we hope to have another one. We have four or five people that can fill the role.” Both Lorgat and Moosajee cautioned against looking for another Smith, who led the team for nine years and played in it for over a decade. “Graeme was one of a kind - he was tough and he wore his heart on his sleeve,” Moosajee said. For Lorgat, Smith’s lengthy tenure has left South Africa with “a lot to build on but big shoes to fill.” (ESPN Cricinfo)

CFU chief wants cost of inter-regional travel addressed

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC )– Caribbean football chief Gordon “Banks” Derrick says the issue of air travel within the region is hindering the development of the sport and needs to be addressed urgently. Pointing out it was important national teams in the Caribbean played each other as often as possible, Derrick stressed that the exorbitant costs of inter-regional travel was resulting in a reduction of friendly internationals. “One of the biggest problems we’re having is travel and we have to solve that. I’m not certain how

we are going to solve it but we have to. I went to Guadeloupe [recently] and it cost me US$550. I could have gone to Miami for cheaper,” the Caribbean Football Union president told CMC Sports. “We have to work out a way to travel because you can train as much as you want but if you’re not playing games you can’t develop the weight and the speed which you need to compete globally.” He continued: “Do I have the answer? No. But we need to knock our heads together, come up with a plan and decide how we’re

CFU president Gordon “Banks” Derrick

going to get that done so that on a regular basis if Barbados wants to play Antigua it would be no problem, if Antigua wants to play St Lucia [no problem] and if St Lucia wants to play Cayman

Islands [no problem]. “It should be a matter of picking up the phone and making the arrangements. I don’t know how that is going to be done but we have to work on it. Once we can get that solved, then it will be ok.” Derrick assumed the reins of the CFU two years ago, in the wake of the cashfor-votes scandal that resulted in the resignation of Trinidadian Jack Warner. The Antiguan said that since coming to office, his administration had sought to reform the CFU, creating systems to make the organisation more transparent and

Blake eyes sprint double at Commonwealth Games MANCHESTER, England, (CMC) – Jamaican track star Yohan Blake hinted at attempting the sprint double at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, after winning the 150 metres at the Great City Games here yesterday. The 24-year-old, who is returning from a spell on the sidelines because of injury, clocked 14.71 seconds to win the street event, ahead of fellow Jamaican Kemar Bailey Cole who finished in 15 seconds. Blake, who was last week named in Jamaica’s squad for the IAAF World Relays in

Yohan Blake

the Bahamas next weekend, said while he had not decided on which events he would run, the 100 and 200 metres seemed the likely choices.

“I haven’t chosen my events yet. I’m just waiting to talk to my manager and coach when I get back, but I will probably double up,” he said. “I’ve got world and Olympic medals and it would be good to have some Commonwealth medals as well.” Blake captured silver medals in the 100 and 200m at the London 2012 Olympics, behind compatriot Usain Bolt. He was subsequently ruled out of last year’s Moscow World Championships with a hamstring injury and has battled to return to fitness.

His time yesterday was the third fastest ever in the event but was short of the record of 14.35 seconds set by Bolt five years ago. “I’m feeling in great shape but the warm-up facilities were not good. I feel I could have got that record but I had to make sure I came away injury-free,” Blake noted. “I don’t want to use that as an excuse but I can’t warm up on asphalt because it hurts my feet.” The Commonwealth Games run from July 23 to August 4.

accountable. “We have a fully operational executive committee and sub-committees – our audit committees, our internal auditors etc so we have everything online and all our financials are there,” he explained. “We now need to start generating revenue itself for the CFU as a unit because right now to be honest, if it was not for CONCACAF’s assistance, it would be a lit-

tle difficult for us to operate. “But things are being put in place. We have some plans which hope to be announcing to the public in short order, and that will definitely help the Union to become stronger financially and be able to do other things to help develop our individual countries.” The CFU is the regional governing body for football and comprises 31 members.

CRICKET QUIZ CORNER (Sunday May 18, 2014) 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 Wednesday’s quiz: (1) Delhi Daredevils - 84 in 15.4 overs (vs CSK, April 21) (2)

Parthiv Patel (RCB vs MI, April 19)

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Masterful Browne steers PSC to Carib Beer T20 title

All hail the champions! The victorious Police Sports Club unit strike a pose with their spoils and the Carib Beer Girls, after defeating Georgetown Cricket Club in the final of the GCA/Carib Beer T20 first division tournament yesterday. (Photo by Adrian Narine)

INDEBTED to a masterful and unbeaten knock from Man- of- the- Match Rawle Browne, Police Sports Club (PSC) easily waltzed away with the Georgetown Cricket Association organised Ansa McAl’s Carib Beer sponsored first division T20 title yesterday

for 2 from 15 overs, thanks to Browne’s unbeaten 68, backed by a robust and unbeaten 33 from Ricardo Adams, who finished the match in style by taking 25 runs off the over that was bowled by Gavin Singh, which included two sixes and two fours. Winning the toss and opt-

nell London held a well judged catch to account for Fernandes at 27 for 2 in the fifth over. Martin Pestano-Belle and Ronaldo Ali-Mohammed pushed the score to 88, realising their team’s 50 from 7.5 overs, with Mohammed on 12 and Pestano-Belle 19, but

from Royston Alkins (12) who struck the final delivery of the 19th over from Trevor Benn over long off for 6 and Bernard Bailey, whose unbeaten 10 also included a six over square leg off Troy Benn in the final over, pushed GCC to their final score as they reached the 100

run mark off 18.4 overs. When PSC replied, Fredericks and Browne posted 30 for the first wicket before the former who made a run a ball 12 with two fours, was caught at third man by Alkins off Wade (1 for 20), who saw Pestano-Belle give Yatesh Dhanpaul a chance off the

next delivery before he had scored. GCC did not suffer from that let off, as Bacchus had Dhanpaul caught by Singh at cover in the next over, at 36 for 2, at which point, Adams joined Browne who later posted his and the game’s lone half century from 35 balls with eight fours, including three sweetly timed drives through point off Singh earlier on. Browne celebrated his half century in fine style, by hitting Mohammed for 4, 6 and 6 in one over to push the score to 94 for 3 after 13 overs, before Adams stepped in and finished the game in emphatic fashion, hitting Singh for 6, 4, 4, 4, and 6 in the 15th over, propelling PSC to 120 for 2. Browne, who later received special prizes for Most Runs in the Final, Man of the Match and Best Fielder respectively, was unbeaten on 68 scored off 45 balls with 9 fours and two sixes, while Adams faced 30 balls for his 33 that was decorated with boundaries struck in the final over of the contest.

RHTYSC hosts 24th annual awards ceremony today -Homraj is Cricketer of the Year

Police Sports Club’s Rawle Browne is watched by Georgetown Cricket Club’s wicketkeeper Martin Pestano-Belle, as he drives at this delivery from Ronaldo Ali-Mohammed, when the two sides met in the GCA/Carib Beer final yesterday.

afternoon, following their commanding eight wicket victory over Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC). Winning the toss and opting to bat first in the contest that was played at the eventual victors Eve Leary based home ground, GCC who lost the early wicket of skipper Robin Bacchus, crawled to 118 for 7 from their 20 overs, as Troy Benn (3 for 20) and Randolph Knights 2 for 25 applied the shackles early. PSC in reply, scored 120

ing to bowl first in brilliant sunshine, Knights vindicated his team’s decision when he had Bacchus caught by Troy Benn at long off, off the second delivery of the contest, much to the delight of his teammates and their vociferous band of supporters. Ellon Fernandes responded with a 16 ball 14 that included a six off Knights, after being given a life by Jermaine Reynolds at cover off Trevor Benn, but Knights had the final say when Per-

from the comfortable position of 88 for 2, GCC slipped to 94 for 6. They lost both Mohammed who was caught by Royan Fredericks at extra cover off Troy Benn for 28 (40balls, 2x4) followed by Pestano-Belle for a run a ball 37 (2x4), caught also by Fredericks as he looked to hoist Jason Heyliger over mid off. Gavin Singh (04) and Joshua Wade (00) followed rapidly, but some lusty hitting

THE Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club will today host its 24th annual awards ceremony at the St. Francis Community Developers Training Centre, where a total of 40 awards are to be shared out including the prestigious Male and Female Cricketers of the Year, Discipline player of the Year and Committed Member of the Year awards. National Under-19 player Akshay Homraj, who was named Male Cricketer of the Year, will receive $500,000 worth of prizes including a return airline ticket to the USA, $200,000 cash and a wide range of designer clothes, household items and electronic gadgets.

Akshay Homraj

West Indies female all rounder and 2013 Sportswoman of the Year Shemaine Campbelle, is the Club’s Female Cricketer and runner up Cricketer of the Year award winner respectively, while national cricketer Rajiv Ivan will receive a $100,000 gold medallion

for his benefit year. Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster is set to present a comprehensive report of the club activities for the past year, while its president Keith Foster among others would also speak. Minister in the Ministry of Finance Juan Edghill will deliver the feature address, while the club during the ceremony would also be hosting the Scotia Bank Tribute to Teachers; Berbice River Bridge’s Tribute to Retired Cricketers, and Tribute to Heroes programmes as well. Popular radio announcer Franklyn Langhorne and Major James Fraser are to be honored under the Tribute to Heroes programme.


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NSC 32nd Annual Independence Three Stage Cycle Road race

Team Coco’s Matthews leads but Williams eyeing victory today By Michael DaSilva UNITED States based cycle team, Team Coco’s Darren Matthews will go into today’s final stage of the National Sports Commission’s (NSC) sponsored 32nd Annual Three Stage Cycle Road Race with a two-second advantage over Guyana’s Geron Williams after winning the first stage and placing second in the second stage yesterday.

The finish in today’s final stage (Kara Kara, Linden to Homestretch Avenue, Georgetown) will determine the top six overall finishers. Despite winning the first stage and finishing second in the second stage, Matthews has a mere two second lead on Williams due to being penalized for an infringement of the rules in the first stage. According to race organiser Hassan Mohamed, all the participants were

reminded where the final feeding point will be closed, but Matthews’ camp broke the rules and went ahead and fed him water after the final feeding point was closed, just over the Canje Bridge in Berbice and this had cost him three seconds from his bonus time for winning the stage which began at 07:30hrs yesterday morning from outside the Corriverton Police Station and ended at Main and Alexander Streets, New Amsterdam. Williams placed a close second and secured a seven-second bonus time, the same amount that was given to the Barbadian, Matthews, while Guyana’s Paul DeNobrega and Delroy Hinds finished third and fourth respectively and received five and three seconds bonus time respectively. Marlon `Fishy’ Williams won the second stage (Rosignol to Carifesta Avenue) and received a 10-second bonus time, Matthews placed second for a seven-second bonus time, while Geron Williams and Mauricio Robario of Team Coco placed third and fourth respectively and received five and three seconds bonus time respectively. There was a record breaking 85 starters for the first stage and shortly after they were sent off, there were a few minor attempts at establishing breaks, but they never materialized, however, as the cyclists approached Number 19 Road, a break

Marlon `Fishy’ Williams (left) crosses the finish line to win the second stage ahead of race leader, Barbados’ Darren Matthews, yesterday on Carifesta Avenue (Adrian Narine photo). was established with eight riders who went on to battle among themselves for the top three positions. In the end, Matthews crossed the line ahead of Geron Williams, returning a time of one hour, 44 minutes, 23 seconds. Denobrega was third and Hinds fourth. The six prime prizes were shared among Andrew Simon, Junior Niles, Raynauth Jeffrey and Marlon Williams who all won one each and Matthews who claimed two.

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From the start of the second stage, the cyclists all made their intentions known by going at a very fast rate and there were several attempts, like in the first stage, to establish breaks, but they never materialized. It was not until the pack approached half Way Tree that one was established, but unfortunately, Delroy Hinds rode into Jude Bentley sending him crashing to the road and Geron Williams who was just behind crashed into them.

However, Geron Williams got to his feet and started pacing, connecting to Alonzo Greaves in the process and the two connected back to the leaders. Together the leaders came for the finish and Marlon Williams prevailed in the sprint home, registering two hours, 23 minutes, 02 seconds. Today’s final stage will get underway at 08:00hrs from Kara Kara, Linden Highway and conclude on Homestretch Avenue at about 10:45hrs.

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