No. 45 - Thursday, 8 April 1999 (pages 1633

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this GAZETTE are to be considered official, and obeyed as such

ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 8 APRIL 1999

CONTENTS

Page Appointments, Resignations, Etc. ............................................ 1640 Associations Incorporation Act 1985 Motor Vehicles Act 1959   Notice ........................ 1634 Corporations and District Councils—Notices ......................... 1643 Crown Lands Act 1929—Notice ............................................. 1634 Development Act 1993—Notice ............................................. 1634 Fisheries Act 1982—Notice .................................................... 1634 Land and Business (Sale and Conveyancing) Act 1994— Notice .................................................................................. 1634 Liquor Licensing Act 1997—Notices...................................... 1635 Mining Act 1971—Notices ..................................................... 1637 Re-appointment ........................... 1637 Phylloxera and Grape Industry Act 1995 Unclaimed Moneys Act 1891   Notice .................. 1640 Private Advertisements ............................................................ 1645 Proclamation ........................................................................... 1634 Public Trustee Office—Administration of Estates .................. 1644 Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991—Notice ................... 1640 Notices .................................. 1646 University of South Australia  Notice .................................... 1640 Water Mains and Sewers—Mains Laid, Replaced, Etc. .......... 1641

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES

ALL poundkeepers' and private advertisements forwarded for publication in the

South Australian Government Gazette

must be PAID FOR PRIOR TO INSERTION; and all notices, from whatever source, should be legibly written on one side of the paper only and sent to Riverside 2000 so as to be

received no later than 4 p.m. Tuesday preceding the day of publication. Phone 8207 1045 or Fax 8207 1040.

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TOBACCO PRODUCTS REGULATION (SMOKING IN UNLICENSED PREMISES) AMENDMENT ACT 1999 (Act No. 26 of 1999): DAY OF COMMENCEMENT

Proclamation By The Governor

( L .

S .) E. J. N EAL WITH the advice and consent of the Executive Council, I fix 12 April 1999 as the day on which the

Tobacco Products Regulation (Smoking in Unlicensed Premises) Amendment Act 1999

will come into operation. Given under my hand and the Public Seal of South Australia, at Adelaide, 8 April 1999. By command, M ALCOLM B UCKBY , for Premier DHS 001/097/309 CS ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATION ACT 1985

Deregistration of Associations

NOTICE is hereby given that the Corporate Affairs Commission will deregister the associations named below in accordance with the application received from the associations, pursuant to section 43A of the Associations Incorporation Act 1985. Deregistration will take effect on the date of publication of this notice: The Adelaide Hills Regional Board for Family Support & Violence Prevention Inc. Getting Out Inc. Outlet Inc. Returned Services League (Cleve Sub-Branch) Inc. World Focus Ministries Inc. A. J. G RIFFITHS , a delegate of the Corporate Affairs Commission CROWN LANDS ACT 1929: SECTION 5 TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Crown Lands Act 1929, I PETER MACLAREN KENTISH, Surveyor-General and Delegate appointed by DOROTHY KOTZ, Minister for Environment and Heritage, Minister of the Crown to whom the administration of the Crown Lands Act 1929 is committed DO HEREBY dedicate the Crown Land defined in The Schedule as a Community Purposes Reserve and declare that such land shall be under the care, control and management of The Berri Barmera Council. T HE S CHEDULE Allotment 100 of DP 51673, McIntosh and Nookamka Divisions, Cobdogla Irrigation Area, County of Hamley, exclusive of all necessary roads. Dated 6 April 1999. P. M. K ENTISH , Surveyor-General DENR 11/0857 DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

Mitcham (City) State Heritage Area (Colonel Light Gardens) Plan Amendment Report Prepared by the Minister

Draft for Public Consultation

NOTICE is hereby given that the Minister for Transport and Urban Planning has, pursuant to section 26 and 24 (1) Adelaide, South Australia.

(e)

of the Development Act 1993, prepared a draft Development Plan Amendment Report to create a State Heritage Area over the suburb of Colonel Light Gardens in the City of Mitcham, The Plan Amendment will amend the City of Mitcham Development Plan by introducing objectives and principles of development control to conserve the heritage value of the proposed ‘Area’ and are consistent with the Planning Strategy in recognising a broad concept of heritage. The policies:

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• conserve and reinforce the heritage value and integrity of the garden suburb; • maintain an original subdivision pattern; and • encourage new development in a manner that maintains the character and amenity of the area. Copies of the draft Plan Amendment Report will be available for public inspection and purchase during normal office hours at the Department for Transport, Urban Planning and the Arts, Level 5, 136 North Terrace, Adelaide. Alternatively, the Plan Amendment Report can be viewed during office hours at the City of Mitcham Council offices, 131 Belair Road, Torrens Park, Adelaide, South Australia. The draft Plan Amendment Report will be on display from 8 April 1999 until 11 June 1999 (other than Public Holidays). Written submissions regarding the draft Plan Amendment Report should be submitted no later than 11 June 1999. All submissions should be addressed to the Presiding Member, Development Policy Advisory Committee, G.P.O. Box 1815, Adelaide, S.A. 5001 and should clearly indicate whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission. Copies of all submissions will be available for inspection by interested persons at the Department for Transport, Urban Planning and the Arts, Level 5, 136 North Terrace, Adelaide from 14 June 1999 until 29 June 1999. A public hearing will be held on 29 June 1999 at 7.30 p.m., in the Trinity Baptist Centre Hall, Bedford Square, Colonel Light Gardens at which time interested persons may appear to be heard in relation to the draft Plan Amendment Report and the submissions. The public hearing will not be held if no submissions are received or if no submission makes a request to be heard. G LORIA H OLLAND -B OOKER , Secretary Development Policy Advisory Committee FISHERIES ACT 1982: SECTION 59 TAKE notice that the notice made under the Fisheries Act 1982, dated 15 January 1999, referring to the taking of non-permitted species on board a boat and published in the

Government Gazette

of 15 January 1999, at page 465 (such notice being the first notice appearing on that page) is revoked. Dated 31 March 1999. D.

M ACKIE , Manager, Legislation and Policy LAND AND BUSINESS (SALE AND CONVEYANCING) ACT 1994

Section 23

TAKE notice that, pursuant to section 23(3) of the Land and Business (Sale and Conveyancing) Act 1994, I, Kenneth Trevor Griffin, Minister for Consumer Affairs, do hereby exempt the person named in Schedule 1 from the application of section 23(2) of the Act in relation to the purchase of the land specified in Schedule 2. S CHEDULE 1 Karen Julie Fiddian, an officer/employee of Smallacombe Real Estate Pty Ltd. S CHEDULE 2 The whole of the land described in certificate of title register book volume 5358, folio 444 situated at 12A John Fisher Drive, Torrens Park, S.A. 5062. Signed for and on behalf of the Minister for Consumer Affairs by the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs. Dated 31 March 1999. H. J. G ILMORE , Commissioner

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LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) to be known as Malesco Import and Export Pty Ltd.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Malesco Import and Export Pty Ltd, 7 Queens Avenue, Burnside, S.A. 5066, has applied to the Licensing Authority for a Wholesale Liquor Merchant’s Licence in respect of premises situated at 7 Queens Avenue, Burnside and The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 30 March 1999. Applicant LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) 5154, and known as Grumpy’s Brewhaus.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Andrew Peter Schultz and David Andrew Stewart, trading as Grumpy’s Brewhaus have applied to the Licensing Authority for a Producer’s Licence in respect of premises situated at 2 & 3/312 Mount Barker Road, Aldgate, S.A. The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicants at the applicants’ address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 26 March 1999. Applicants LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) Hortas.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Luis Filipe Garcia Horta, 5 Elura Avenue, Sheidow Park, has applied to the Licensing Authority for consent to use premises for entertainment in respect of premises situated at 75-77 Jetty Road, Brighton, S.A. 5048, and known as The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999.

Conditions

The following licence conditions are sought: Entertainment consent is sought for the whole of the licensed premises between the following hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 6.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.; Sunday, 5.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 1 April 1999. Applicant LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application for Grant or Transfer of Liquor Licence and Gaming Machine Licence

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NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, and section 29 of the Gaming Machines Act 1992, that Barreau Hotels Pty Ltd (ACN 007 920 309), c/o Bonnins Commercial Lawyers, Level 14, 100 King William Street, Adelaide, has applied to the Liquor and Gaming Commissioner for the transfer of a Hotel Licence and a Gaming Machine Licence in respect of premises situated at 110 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000 and known as Players Hotel. The applications have been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 31 March 1999. Applicant LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) Maitland and known as Valley Coaches.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Mervyn John and Lorraine Gladys Brokenshire, 29 Seaview Road, Maitland, S.A. 5573 have applied to the Licensing Authority for a Special Circumstances Licence in respect of premises situated at 62 Robert Street, The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999.

Conditions

The following licence conditions are sought: The licence shall authorise the sale of liquor only to persons travelling on the bus for consumption on the bus and areas adjacent on any day and at any time except Sundays between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m.; Good Friday, between midnight and 5 a.m.; the day after Good Friday between midnight and 5 a.m.; the day after Christmas Day between midnight and 5 a.m. No sale of liquor to or consumption of liquor by an employee of the licensee whilst in the course of his or her employment on the bus is permitted. The licensee shall ensure that no public nuisance, disturbance or disorder is caused by the passengers whilst on the buses or whilst embarking or disembarking. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicants at the applicants’ address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 11 March 1999. Applicants LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) Regency Park and known as AMB Coaches.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Mervyn John and Lorraine Gladys Brokenshire, 29 Seaview Road, Maitland, S.A. 5573 have applied to the Licensing Authority for a Special Circumstances Licence in respect of premises situated at 18 Pambula Street, The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999.

Conditions

The following licence conditions are sought: The licence shall authorise the sale of liquor only to persons travelling on the bus for consumption on the bus and areas adjacent on any day and at any time except Sundays between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m.; Good Friday, between midnight and 5 a.m.;

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the day after Good Friday between midnight and 5 a.m.; the day after Christmas Day between midnight and 5 a.m. No sale of liquor to or consumption of liquor by an employee of the licensee whilst in the course of his or her employment on the bus is permitted. The licensee shall ensure that no public nuisance, disturbance or disorder is caused by the passengers whilst on the buses or whilst embarking or disembarking. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicants at the applicants’ address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 11 March 1999. Applicants LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2)

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that ACN 085 955 184 Pty Ltd, c/o Kelly & Co., Level 17, Santos House, 91 King William Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000, has applied to the Licensing Authority for a variation of trading hours including an Extended Trading Authorisation in respect of premises situated at 41 Murray Street, Angaston and known as Barossa Valley Hotel. The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999 at 9 a.m.

Conditions

The following licence conditions are sought: To sell liquor for consumption on the licensed premises under an extended trading authorisation as follows: Monday to Wednesday: Midnight to 2 a.m. the following day. Variation to trading hours to enable the sale of liquor for consumption on the licensed premises as follows: Monday to Wednesday: 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. Thursday to Saturday: 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. Sunday: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Midnight to 2 a.m. the next day on a Sunday preceding a Public Holiday. Variation to trading hours to enable the sale of liquor for consumption off the licensed premises: Monday to Wednesday: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.; and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 1 April 1999. Applicant

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LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) Melbourne Street, North Adelaide and known as Secrets.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Clad Marketing Investments Pty Ltd (ACN 068 731 411), as trustee for Clad Family Discretionary Trust, has applied to the Licensing Authority for the transfer of a Restaurant Licence in respect of premises situated at 73 The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999 at 10.30 a.m. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 23 March 1999. Applicant LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2)

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that B. Jamal’s Investments Pty Ltd (ACN 008 196 503), c/o Alan J. Tay & Co, 505 South Road, Ashford, S.A. 5035 has applied to the Licensing Authority for the transfer of a Special Circumstances Licence in respect of premises situated at 284 Rundle Street, Adelaide and known as the Fel-Fella Cafe. The application has been set down for hearing on 7 May 1999. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 31 March 1999. Applicant LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) Torrensville, S.A. 5031 and known as Cafe Antico.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Argyrios Karetsian (as trustee of Karetsian Family Trust), 9 Ebor Avenue, Mile End, S.A. 5031 has applied to the Licensing Authority for the transfer of a Restaurant Licence in respect of premises situated at 176 Henley Beach Road, The application has been set down for hearing on 10 May 1999 at 9 a.m.

Condition

The following licence condition is sought: Authorisation pursuant to section 34 (1)

(c)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date.

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Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Dated 1 April 1999. Applicant LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997

Notice of Application

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to section 52 (2) and known as Evida.

(b)

of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, that Felsun Pty Ltd has applied to the Licensing Authority for an application to redefine the licensed premises and a variation of extended trading authorisation in respect of premises situated at 269 Seaview Road, Henley Beach The application has been set down for hearing on 18 May 1999. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Licensing Authority, and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant at the applicant’s address given above, at least seven days before the hearing date. Plans in respect of the premises the subject of the application are open to public inspection without fee at the Office of the Liquor Licensing Commissioner, 2nd Floor, East Wing, G.R.E. Building, 50 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Applicant MINING ACT 1971 NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with section 35A (1) of the Mining Act 1971, that an application for a mining lease over the undermentioned mineral claim has been received. Details of the proposal may be inspected at the Department of Primary Industries and Resources, Mineral Resources Group, Level 5, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000: Applicant: Van Schaik Organic Soils & Bark Suppliers Pty Ltd Claim No.: 3063 Location: In section 832, Hundred of Young, 15 km north of Mount Gambier Purpose: For the recovery of limestone. Ref. D.M.E. No.: T2019 A copy of the proposal has been provided to the District Council of Grant. Written submissions in relation to the granting of the mining lease are invited to be received at the Department of Primary Industries and Resources, Mineral Resources Group, Level 5, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000 or G.P.O. Box 1671, Adelaide, S.A. 5001 no later than 30 April 1999. L. J OHNSTON , Mining Registrar MINING ACT 1971 NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with section 35A (1) of the Mining Act 1971, that an application for a mining lease over the undermentioned mineral claim has been received. Details of the proposal may be inspected at the Department of Primary Industries and Resources, Mineral Resources Group, Level 5, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000: Applicant: Gambier Earth Movers Pty Ltd Claim No.: 3092 Location: In section 601, Hundred of Blanche, approximately 6 km south of Mount Gambier Purpose: To mine limestone for road construction and filling purposes. Ref. D.M.E. No.: T2131

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A copy of the proposal has been provided to the District Council of Grant. Written submissions in relation to the granting of the mining lease are invited to be received at the Department of Primary Industries and Resources, Mineral Resources Group, Level 5, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000 or G.P.O. Box 1671, Adelaide, S.A. 5001 no later than 30 April 1999. L. J OHNSTON , Mining Registrar MINING ACT 1971 NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Primary Industries, Natural Resources and Regional Development proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area: Applicant: Olliver Geological Services Pty Ltd Location: Ucolta area  Approximately 14 km east of Peterborough, bounded as follows: Commencing at a point being the intersection of latitude 32°56  S and longitude 138°57  E, thence east to longitude 139°01  E, south to latitude 33°00  S, west to longitude 138°57

Commonwealth Gazette

 E and north to the point of commencement, all the within latitudes and longitudes being geodetic and expressed in terms of the Australian Geodetic Datum as defined on p. 4984 of number 84 dated 6 October 1966. Term: 1 year Area in km 2 : 45 Ref. D.M.E. No.: 264/1998 Dated 8 April 1999. L. J OHNSTON , Mining Registrar MINING ACT 1971 NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Primary Industries, Natural Resources and Regional Development proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area: Applicant: Australian Coloured Oxides Pty Ltd Location: Dawson area  Approximately 25 km east of Orroroo, bounded as follows: Commencing at a point being the intersection of latitude 32°42  S and longitude 138°50  E, thence east to longitude 139°00  E, south to latitude 32°55  S, west to longitude 138°50  E and north to the point of commencement, all the within latitudes and longitudes being geodetic and expressed in terms of the Australian Geodetic Datum as defined on p. 4984 of

Commonwealth Gazette

number 84 dated 6 October 1966. Term: 1 year Area in km 2 : 375 Ref. D.M.E. No.: 265/1998 Dated 8 April 1999. L. J OHNSTON , Mining Registrar MOTOR VEHICLES ACT 1959, AS AMENDED

Re-appointment

TAKE notice that I, Diana Vivienne Laidlaw, the responsible Minister of the Crown for the Transport portfolio do hereby reappoint Graham George Silver as an Inspector, pursuant to the provisions of section 98p (1) of the said Act for the period up to and including 30 June 1999. Dated at Adelaide, 30 March 1999. D IANA L AIDLAW , Minister for Transport and

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE ADVERTISEMENT RATES To apply from 1 September 1998

$ $ Agents, Ceasing to Act as .................................................... 27.70 Associations: Incorporation ................................................................... 14.10 Intention of Incorporation ................................................ 34.75 Transfer of Properties ...................................................... 34.75 Firms: Ceasing to Carry on Business (each insertion)................. 20.70 Discontinuance Place of Business ................................... 20.70 Land  Real Property Act: Intention to Sell, Notice of ............................................... 34.75 Lost Certificate of Title Notices ...................................... 34.75 Cancellation, Notice of (Strata Plan) ............................... 34.75 Attorney, Appointment of .................................................... 27.70 Bailiff’s Sale........................................................................ 34.75 Cemetery Curator Appointed ............................................... 20.70 Companies: Alteration to Constitution ................................................ 27.70 Capital, Increase or Decrease of ...................................... 34.75 Ceasing to Carry on Business .......................................... 20.70 Declaration of Dividend ................................................... 20.70 Incorporation ................................................................... 27.70 Lost Share Certificates: First Name .................................................................... 20.70 Each Subsequent Name ................................................ Meeting Final Regarding Liquidator’s Report on Conduct of Winding Up (equivalent to ‘Final Meeting’) Each Subsequent Name ................................................ 7.10 Meeting Final ................................................................... 23.20 First Name .................................................................... 27.70 7.10 Notices: Call ............................................................................... 34.75 Change of Name ........................................................... 14.10 Creditors ....................................................................... 27.70 Creditors Compromise of Arrangement ....................... 27.70 Creditors (extraordinary resolution that ‘the Com pany be wound up voluntarily and that a liquidator be appointed’) ........................................................... 34.75 Release of Liquidator  Application  Large Ad.......... 55.40  Release Granted ..................... 34.75 Receiver and Manager Appointed ................................ 32.30 Receiver and Manager Ceasing to Act ......................... 27.70 Restored Name ............................................................. 26.30 Petition to Supreme Court for Winding Up .................. 48.35 Summons in Action ...................................................... 41.30 Order of Supreme Court for Winding Up Action ......... 27.70 Register of Interests  Section 84 (1) Exempt .............. 62.45 Removal of Office ........................................................ 14.10 Proof of Debts .............................................................. 27.70 Sales of Shares and Forfeiture ...................................... 27.70 Mortgages: Caveat Lodgment ............................................................. 14.10 Discharge of..................................................................... 14.95 Foreclosures ..................................................................... 14.10 Transfer of ....................................................................... 14.10 Sublet ............................................................................... 7.10 Leases  Application for Transfer (2 insertions) each ......... 7.10 Lost Treasury Receipts (3 insertions) each .......................... 20.70 Licensing ............................................................................. 41.30 Municipal or District Councils: Annual Financial Statement  Forms 1 and 2 .................. 390.00 Electricity Supply  Forms 19 and 20 .............................. 276.00 Default in Payment of Rates: First Name.................................................................... 55.40 Each Subsequent Name ................................................ 7.10 Noxious Trade ..................................................................... 20.70 Partnership, Dissolution of .................................................. 20.70 Petitions (small) .................................................................. 14.10 Registered Building Societies (from Registrar- General) ........................................................................... 14.10 Register of Unclaimed Moneys  First Name ...................... 20.70 Each Subsequent Name ................................................... 7.10 Registers of Members  Three pages and over: Rate per page (in 8pt) ...................................................... 176.00 Rate per page (in 6pt) ...................................................... 233.00 Sale of Land by Public Auction ........................................... 35.25 Advertisements .................................................................... 1.95 Advertisements, other than those listed are charged at $1.95 per column line, tabular one-third extra. Estates: Assigned .......................................................................... 20.70 Deceased Persons  Notice to Creditors, etc. ................... 34.75 Each Subsequent Name ................................................ 7.10 Deceased Persons  Closed Estates.................................. 20.70 Each Subsequent Estate ................................................ Public Trustee, each Estate .............................................. 0.90 Probate, Selling of ........................................................... 27.70 7.10 Notices by Colleges, Universities, Corporations and District Councils to be charged at $1.95 per line. Where the notice inserted varies significantly in length from that which is usually published a charge of $1.95 per column line will be applied in lieu of advertisement rates listed. South Australian Government publications are sold on the condition that they will not be reproduced without prior permission from the Government Printer.

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must be PAID FOR PRIOR TO INSERTION; and all notices, from whatever source, should be legibly written on one side of the

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PHYLLOXERA AND GRAPE INDUSTRY ACT 1995

Contributions Towards Primary Functions Under the Act for the Year 1998-99

PURSUANT to section 23 of the above Act, the Phylloxera and Grape Industry Board hereby gives notice that registered persons (being persons who are recorded in the Register established by the Board as owners of 0.5 hectares, or more of planted vines) must contribute to the costs of the Board’s primary functions for the year ending 30 April 1998. The rules of calculation of such contributions are as follows: (1) Calculations will be based on the area of vines recorded in the Register as being owned by each person. (2) The rate per hectare of vines will be $9.50 with a minimum contribution of $20. (3) Any fee for default or delay in contribution payment will be calculated on a per hectare basis. (4) The levy will be collected or recovered by the Commissioner of Land Tax on behalf of the board as if the contribution were land tax, and will be subject to the same penalties for delay or default in payment (section 23 (3) of the Act). Notices of contributions will be forwarded by post to registered persons. S. H ATHAWAY , Executive Officer

[8 April 1999

ROADS (OPENING AND CLOSING) ACT 1991: SECTION 24

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF ROAD PROCESS ORDER

Public Road, Hundred of Coonatto Deposited Plan 49713

BY Road Process Order made on 24 February 1998, The District Council of Mount Remarkable ordered that: 1. The whole portion of the public road adjoining Sections 48 and 209, Hundred of Coonatto, more particularly delineated and lettered ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ on the Preliminary Plan No. PP32/0101 be closed. 2. Vest the whole of the land subject to closure lettered ‘A’ in the Crown and add that land to Section 53 held by THOMAS JOHN ROBINSON under Crown Lease Volume 949, Folio 12, in accordance with agreement for transfer dated 6 February 1998, entered into between The District Council of Mount Remarkable and Thomas John Robinson. 3. Vest the whole of the land subject to closure lettered ‘B’ in the Crown and add that land to Section 47 held by THOMAS JOHN ROBINSON under Crown Lease Volume 171, Folio 21, in accordance with agreement for transfer dated 6 February 1998, entered into between The District Council of Mount Remarkable and Thomas John Robinson. 4. Vest the whole of the land subject to closure lettered ‘C’ in the Crown and add that land to Section 46 held by THOMAS NORMAN ROBINSON under Crown Lease Volume 628, Folio 114, in accordance with agreement for transfer dated 5 February 1998, entered into between The District Council of Mount Remarkable and Thomas Norman Robinson. 5. The following easement be granted over the whole of the land subject to that closure: Grant a free and unrestricted right of way appurtenant to Certificate of Title Volume 5555, Folio 141. On 20 May 1998, that order was confirmed by the Minister for Administrative Services, conditionally on approval and deposit of the survey plan by the Registrar-General. The condition has now been fulfilled. Pursuant to section 24(5) of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, NOTICE of the order referred to above and its confirmation is hereby given. Dated 8 April 1999. P. M. K ENTISH , Surveyor-General Department of the Premier and Cabinet Adelaide, 8 April 1999 HIS Excellency the Governor in Executive Council has been pleased to appoint the Honourable the Chief Justice John Jeremy Doyle, as Governor’s Deputy of South Australia for a period from 7.30 p.m. on Sunday, 11 April 1999 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, 13 April 1999. By command, M ALCOLM B UCKBY , for Premier

8 April 1999] THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

WATER MAINS AND SEWERS

Office of the South Australian Water Corporation Adelaide, 8 April 1999.

WATER MAINS LAID

Notice is hereby given that the following main pipes or parts of main pipes have been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation in or near the undermentioned water districts and are now available for a constant supply of water to adjacent land.

ADELAIDE WATER DISTRICT

CITY OF CAMPBELLTOWN St. Georges Way, Magill. p15 CITY OF NORWOOD, PAYNEHAM & ST. PETERS Laneway off The Parade, Kensington. p9

BURRA WATER DISTRICT

DISTRICT OF REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOYDER View Street, Burra. p10 and 14 Truro Street, Burra. p11 Crowan Street, Burra. p11 West Terrace, Burra. p12 Mevagessey Street, Burra. p12 Merthyr Street, Burra. p12 Penglawdd Street, Burra. p13 Llysnewydd Street, Burra. p13 Tregony Street, Burra. p14 St. Just Street, Burra. p14 Sancreed Street, Burra. p14

CRYSTAL BROOK WATER DISTRICT

CITY OF PORT PIRIE REGIONAL COUNCIL Binney Road, Crystal Brook. p7

EDITHBURGH WATER DISTRICT

DISTRICT OF YORKE PENINSULA Henry Street, Edithburgh. p8

PORT LINCOLN WATER DISTRICT

CITY OF PORT LINCOLN Laguna Avenue, Port Lincoln. p1 and 2 Easement in reserve (lot 603), Laguna Avenue, Port Lincoln. p2 Calais Avenue, Port Lincoln. p3 Easements in lot 751, Laguna Avenue, Port Lincoln. p1-3 Sandy Point Place, Port Lincoln. p4 Monterey Drive, Port Lincoln. p5 and 6

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WATER MAINS ABANDONED

Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned water mains have been abandoned by the South Australian Water Corporation.

BURRA WATER DISTRICT

DISTRICT OF REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOYDER Truro Street, Burra. p11 Crowan Street, Burra. p11 West Terrace, Burra. p12 Mevagessey Street, Burra. p12 Merthyr Street, Burra. p12 Penglawdd Street, Burra. p13 Llysnewydd Street, Burra. p13 View Street, Burra. p14 Tregony Street, Burra. p14 St. Just Street, Burra. p14 Sancreed Street, Burra. p14

SEWERS LAID

Notice is hereby given that the following sewers have been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation in the undermentioned drainage area and are now available for house connections.

ADELAIDE DRAINAGE AREA

CITY OF CAMPBELLTOWN Easements in lot 12, St. Bernards Road and lot 3, St. Georges Way, Magill. FB 1073 p24 St. Georges Way, Magill. FB 1073 p24 CITY OF HOLDFAST BAY King George Avenue, North Brighton. FB 1073 p21 Repton Road, Somerton Park. FB 1073 p19 CITY OF MARION Stella Street, Darlington. FB 1073 p20 CITY OF MITCHAM John Street, Kingswood. FB 1079 p5 CITY OF PLAYFORD Easement in lot 1, Goodman Road, Elizabeth East. FB 1073 p22 CITY OF PORT ADELAIDE ENFIELD Easement in lot 3, Agnes Street and lot 1, Eastern Parade, Ottoway and lot 205, Martin Avenue, Gillman. FB 1073 p25 CITY OF TEA TREE GULLY Eva Avenue, Redwood Park. FB 1073 p23 H. L ACY , Acting Chief Executive, South Australian Water Corporation

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8 April 1999] THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

CITY OF PROSPECT

Temporary Road Closure

NOTICE is hereby given that in the interests of traffic control and public safety and pursuant to powers contained in section 359 of the Local Government Act 1934, as amended, all classes of motor vehicles, with the exception of emergency vehicles and vehicles in which the drivers can produce a relevant parking permit issued by the City of Prospect, are to be excluded from Menzies Crescent, Prospect, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the following dates, when South Australian National Football League matches are being played at Prospect Oval, 10 April 1999; 8 May 1999; 5 June 1999; 12 June 1999; 10 July 1999; 31 July 1999; 14 August 1999 and 28 August 1999. M. L LEWELLYN -S MITH , City Manager CITY OF UNLEY

Periodical Representation Review

NOTICE is hereby given that the City of Unley, in accordance with the requirements of section 24(2) of the Local Government Act 1934, as amended, has reviewed its ward structure and elector representation composition. Council resolved, at a meeting on 1 March 1999 that the proposed representation arrangements be as follows: 1. The current number of elected members be retained, comprising a Mayor and 12 Councillors. 2. The current number of wards be retained at 6 wards. 3. The number of Councillors representing each Ward to be 2 Councillors for each of the Unley, Parkside, Fullarton, Goodwood, Goodwood South and Unley Park Wards. Subsequently, Council resolved at a meeting on 22 March 1999 that the boundaries of each Ward be defined as: Unley Ward: The area bounded by Greenhill Road, George Street, Duthy Street, Fairford Street, Unley Road, Park Street, Weller Street, Albert Street, John Street, Bendall Avenue and the Tramline. (Note: Small area covering Fairford Street, Duthy Street, Wattle Street, Unley Road is removed from existing Unley Ward area and added to Unley Park Ward). Parkside Ward: The area bounded by Greenhill Road, Glen Osmond Road, Katherine Street, Nelson Street, Medway Street, Restormal Avenue, Fullarton Road, Fisher Street, Duthy Street, George Street. (Note: Small area covering Katherine Street, Nelson Street, Medway Street, Restormal Avenue, Fullarton Road, Wattle Street, Glen Osmond Road is removed from the Parkside Ward area and added to the Fullarton Ward). Fullarton Ward: The area bounded by Glen Osmond Road, Cross Road, West Terrace, Dover Street, Duthy Street, Fisher Street, Fullarton Road, Restormal Avenue, Medway Street, Nelson Street, Katherine Street. (Note: Small area from existing Parkside Ward added to Fullarton Ward). Unley Park Ward: The area bounded by Mitchell Street, Park Street, Unley Road, Fairford Street, Duthy Street, Dover Street, West Terrace, Cross Road, Trainline along Nanthea Terrace and Vardon Terrace, Goodwood Road. (Note: Small area from existing Unley Ward added to Unley Park Ward). Goodwood South Ward: The area bounded by Victoria Street, Goodwood Road, Trainline, Cross Road, South Road, Tramline along Aroha Terrace. (Note: No changes proposed to existing ward boundaries). Goodwood Ward: The area bounded by Greenhill Road, Tramline along Bartley Crescent, Bendall Avenue, John Street, Albert Street, Weller Street, Mitchell Street, Goodwood Road, Victoria Street, Tramline along Norman Terrace, South Road, Anzac Highway. (Note: No changes are proposed to existing ward boundaries). Any person wishing to contribute to this review is invited to become familiar with the issues concerning the proposed ward structures, elector representations and ward areas and to provide Council with a written submission.

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A summarised discussion paper outlining the issues and Council’s agenda reports/minutes can be obtained from the Civic Centre Office, 181 Unley Road, Unley or an information request can be made to the Returning Officer on 8372 5142 or a fax to 8271 4886 or e-mail at [email protected]

or by letter to the City of Unley, P.O. Box 1, Unley, S.A. 5061. Written submissions will be received until 5 p.m. on Friday, 7 May 1999. Any further enquiries can be directed to the Returning Officer on 8372 5142. R. J. G REEN , City Manager CITY OF WEST TORRENS

Nominations Received—Supplementary Election

NOTICE is hereby given that at the close of nominations at noon on Thursday, 1 April 1999 the following persons have been accepted as candidates to contest the Supplementary Election for the office of Councillor to represent the Keswick Ward and Morphett Ward in the City of West Torrens. The names of candidates listed below are in the order in which they will appear on the ballot paper: Keswick Ward: Amerigo (Curley) Fantasia David John Crossing Andrew Russell-Price Morphett Ward: Barbara June Frances Harry William Boyce Emilio Costanzo Joan Margaret Matthews The elections will be conducted entirely by the use of postal voting. Ballot papers will be forwarded to eligible electors from Wednesday, 14 April 1999 to Friday, 16 April 1999 and to be included in the count, completed ballot papers must be returned to reach the Returning Officer no later than 6 p.m. on Tuesday, 4 May 1999. There will be a ballot box provided at the Council Office for electors who wish to personally deliver their completed ballot paper during office hours. The roll to be used to determine the eligibility of electors entitled to vote for these elections closed on 11 February 1999. The scrutiny and counting of votes will take place at the George Robertson Room, 165 Burbridge Road, Hilton as soon as practicable after 6.45 p.m. on Tuesday, 4 May 1999. A provisional declaration for both wards will occur at the conclusion of the counts on Tuesday, 4 May 1999. S. H. T ULLY , Returning Officer ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL D EVELOPMENT A CT 1993

Consolidation Plan Amendment Report—Draft for Public Consultation

NOTICE is hereby given that the Adelaide Hills Council has prepared a draft Plan Amendment Report to amend the District Council of Stirling, District Council of East Torrens, District Council of Onkaparinga and District Council of Gumeracha Development Plans. The Plan Amendment Report will amend the District Council of Stirling, District Council of East Torrens, District Council of Onkaparinga and District Council of Gumeracha Development Plans by consolidating the four Development Plans into one document, the Adelaide Hills Council Development Plan. This will involve deleting any irrelevant material, rearranging the format to allow for easier referencing, removing duplication, reviewing the non-complying lists within each zone and the establishment of a single rural zone to encompass both the Mount Lofty Ranges Watershed and Primary Production areas. No major policy changes are being proposed.

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The draft Plan Amendment Report and statement will be available for public inspection between 8 April 1999 and 4 June 1999, during normal office hours at the following locations: • Stirling Service Centre and Library, 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling. • Woodside Service Centre, 28 Main Street, Woodside. • Gumeracha Service Centre, 1 Albert Street, Gumeracha. • Norton Summit Service Centre, 1 The Crescent, Norton Summit. A copy of the Plan Amendment Report can be purchased from Council for $20 each. Written submissions regarding the draft amendment will be accepted by the Adelaide Hills Council, until the close of business on 4 June 1999. The written submissions should also clearly indicate whether you wish to speak at the public hearing on your submission. Written submissions should be forwarded to: Stephen Smith Principal Planner (Policy) Adelaide Hills Council P.O. Box 44 Woodside, S.A. 5244 Copies of all submissions received will be available for inspection by interested persons at all of the Service Centres from 9 June 1999 until the date of the public hearing. A public hearing will be held at 7.30 p.m. on 16 June 1999 at the Stirling Service Centre, 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling, at which time interested persons may appear to be heard in relation to the draft Plan Amendment Report and the submissions. The public hearing may not be held if no submission makes a request to be heard. R. D. B LIGHT , Chief Executive Officer DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LACEPEDE

Temporary Road Closure

NOTICE is hereby given that at a special meeting of council held on 1 April 1999, it was resolved that pursuant to section 359 of the Local Government Act 1934, as amended, the following sections of Agnes Street and Holland Street, Kingston SE, be closed from 7.30 a.m. on Monday, 19 April 1999 to 4.30 p.m. on Friday, 23 April 1999: • Agnes Street from McDonnell Street intersection to Holland Street intersection; • Agnes Street from Cameron Street intersection to Holland Street intersection; • Holland Street from James Street intersection to Agnes Street intersection; • Holland Street from McFarlane Street intersection to Agnes Street intersection, for the purposes of roadworks. S. J. R UFUS , Acting Chief Executive Officer DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LOXTON WAIKERIE

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991

NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to section 10 of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, the District Council of Loxton Waikerie intends to make a Road Process Order to close portion of public road (River Terrace/East Terrace), marked ‘A’ as delineated on Preliminary Plan No. PP32/0427 to be transferred to J. E. and P. M. Gilbert and merged with Allotment 1 Township of Kingston-on-Murray. A copy of the Preliminary Plan and Statement of persons affected are available for public inspection at the Council Office, East Terrace, Loxton and the Adelaide office of the Surveyor General during normal office hours.

[8 April 1999

Any application for easement or objection must set out the full name, address and details of the submission and must be fully supported by reasons. The application for easement or objection must be made in writing to the Council at P.O. Box 409, Loxton, S.A. 5333 within 28 days of this notice and a copy must be forwarded to the Surveyor-General, G.P.O. Box 1354, Adelaide, S.A. 5001. Where a submission is made, the Council will give notification of a meeting at which the matter will be considered. T. L. B URGEMEISTER , District Manager IN the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons:

Anderson, Arthur Robert

, late of Everard Street, Largs Bay, retired welder, who died on 9 March 1999.

Bowden, Mary

, late of 206 Burbridge Road, Cowandilla, widow, who died on 27 January 1999.

Burlak, Richard

, late of 9 Renown Avenue, Clovelly Park, retired carpenter, who died on 8 October 1998.

Cliff, Douglas George

, late of 7 Westbury Street, Hackney, retired electrician, who died on 12 November 1998.

Fisher, Judith May

, late of 16B Scholz Avenue, Nuriootpa, retired secretary, who died on 8 February 1999.

Handrickan, Harry Edward

, late of 6 Rapson Street, Grange, retired fitter and turner, who died on 23 February 1999.

Haynes, Alfred Colvin

, late of 47 Jenkins Avenue, Rostrevor, retired, public servant, who died on 11 February 1999.

Henning, Hazel Evelyn

, late of 14 Frew Street, Fullarton, of no occupation who died on 5 January 1999.

Idriz, Sulejman

, late of 43 Fussell Place, Alberton, packer, who died on 5 October 1998.

Jew, Lorna Margaret

, late of 34 Gardiner Avenue, St Morris, retired registered nurse, who died on 14 February 1999.

Johnston, Leonard George

1998. , late of 51 Third Avenue, Woodville Gardens, courier van driver, who died on 17 February

Klotz, Edith Grace

, late of 30 Sussex Terrace, Westbourne Park, of no occupation, who died on 22 February 1999.

McDonald, Beth

, late of Ethelbert Square, Brompton, widow, who died on 21 February 1999.

McLeish, Dulcie May

, late of 39 Finniss Street, Marion, widow, who died on 9 February 1999.

Mackie, Annie McKay

, late of 6 Booth Avenue, Linden Park, of no occupation, who died on 2 March 1999.

Martin, Stanley Raymond

, late of 5 Garnet Street, Gilberton, retired slaughterman, who died on 7 March 1999.

Messner, Arthur

, late of 12 Karri Drive, Dernancourt, retired public servant, who died on 1 January 1999.

Mitchison, Sydney

, late of 9 Luhrs Road, Payneham South, retired mine worker, who died on 7 January 1999.

O’Connor, Michael

, late of 11 Pier Street, Glenelg, of no occupation, who died on 12 August 1998.

Smith, Lena

, late of 17 Andrea Avenue, Newton, home duties, who died on 25 November 1998.

Squire, Marjorie Martha

, late of 13 South Terrace, Minlaton, of no occupation, who died on 3 February 1999.

Strzelec, Josef

, late of 19 Harrison Street, Magill, retired blacksmith, welder, who died on 26 February 1999.

Treagus, Agnes Irene

, late of 206 Burbridge Road, Cowandilla, widow, who died on 7 December 1998. Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Trustee Act 1936, as amended, the Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972, and the Family Relationships Act 1975, that all creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against the said estates are required to send, in writing, to the Public Trustee, 25 Franklin Street, Adelaide 5000, full particulars and proof of such claims, on or before 7 May 1999, otherwise they will be excluded from the distribution of the said estate; and notice is also hereby given that all persons who are indebted to the said estates are required to pay the amount of their debts to the Public Trustee or proceedings will be taken for the recovery thereof; and all persons having any property belonging to the said estates are forthwith to deliver the same to the Public Trustee. Dated 8 April 1999. J. H. W ORRALL , Public Trustee

8 April 1999] THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

IN the matter of the estate of the undermentioned deceased persons:

Burgess, Violet May,

late of 26 Barker Avenue, Findon, married woman, who died on 18 March 1999

. Cantwell, Verna Joy

, late of 163 McBryde Terrace, Whyalla, widow, who died on 15 March 1999.

Maywald, Kevin Bruce

, late of 3 Wibberley Street, Tumby Bay, retired company inspector, who died on 6 March 1999.

Tuohy, Howard Philip

, late of Austral Nursing Home, 29 Austral Terrace, Morphettville, retired stock chaser, who died on 6 March 1999. Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Trustee Act 1936, as amended, the Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972, and the Family Relationships Act 1975, that all creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against the abovenamed estates are directed to send full particulars of such claims to the undersigned on or before 29 April 1999 otherwise they will be excluded from the distribution of the said Estate. Dated 1 April 1999. IOOF A USTRALIA T RUSTEES L IMITED (ACN 007 870 644) AND B AGOT ’ S E XECUTOR AND T RUSTEE 5000 C OMPANY L IMITED (ACN 007 869 829), both of 212 Pirie Street, Adelaide, S.A. ACEWAY ASSET PTY LTD (trading as WEST COAST PLASTIC PRODUCTS) (ACN 078 946 997) MENZEL PLASTIC TRADERS PTY LTD (Receivers and Managers Appointed) (in liquidation) has brought a summons in Action No. 377 of 1999, in the Supreme Court of South Australia seeking the winding up of Aceway Asset Pty Ltd (trading as West Coast Plastic Products). The summons is listed for hearing on 18 May 1999 at not before 2.30 p.m. Any creditor or contributory of Aceway Asset Pty Ltd (trading as West Coast Plastic Products) wishing to be heard on the summons must file and serve a notice in accordance with Rule 20 of the Corporations (South Australia) Rules 1993, at least three business days before the day on which the summons is listed for hearing and must attend at the Supreme Courthouse, Victoria Square, Adelaide at the time set for the hearing of the summons. A copy of the summons and the affidavit in support can be obtained on payment of the proper costs from Marshalls, Level 2, 81 Flinders Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000. A. S. WEBB MOTORS (PARKES) PTY LTD (trading as W. L. R. WELDING) (ACN 001 332 958) UNIVERSAL FASTENERS a division of Coventry Group Ltd has brought a summons in Action No. 367 of 1999, in the Supreme Court of South Australia seeking the winding up of A. S. Webb Motors (Parkes) Pty Ltd (trading as W. L. R. Welding). The summons is listed for hearing on 18 May 1999 at not before 2.30 p.m. Any creditor or contributory of A. S. Webb

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Motors (Parkes) Pty Ltd (trading as W. L. R. Welding) wishing to be heard on the summons must file and serve a notice in accordance with Rule 20 of the Corporations (South Australia) Rules 1993, at least three business days before the day on which the summons is listed for hearing and must attend at the Supreme Courthouse, Victoria Square, Adelaide at the time set for the hearing of the summons. A copy of the summons and the affidavit in support can be obtained on payment of the proper costs from Marshalls, Level 2, 81 Flinders Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000. NEON ADVERTISING PTY LTD (ACN 001 226 633) MENZEL PLASTIC TRADERS PTY LTD (Receivers and Managers Appointed) (in liquidation) has brought a summons in Action No. 378 of 1999, in the Supreme Court of South Australia seeking the winding up of Neon Advertising Pty Ltd. The summons is listed for hearing on 18 May 1999 at not before 2.30 p.m. Any creditor or contributory of Neon Advertising Pty Ltd wishing to be heard on the summons must file and serve a notice in accordance with Rule 20 of the Corporations (South Australia) Rules 1993, at least three business days before the day on which the summons is listed for hearing and must attend at the Supreme Courthouse, Victoria Square, Adelaide at the time set for the hearing of the summons. A copy of the summons and the affidavit in support can be obtained on payment of the proper costs from Marshalls, Level 2, 81 Flinders Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000. PORT WAKEFIELD ROAD BOTTLE AND CAN PTY LTD (ACN 073 936 731) WORKERS REHABILITATION Adelaide, S.A. 5000. AND COMPENSATION CORPORATION has brought a summons in Action No. 364 of 1999 in the Supreme Court of South Australia seeking the winding up of Port Wakefield Road Bottle and Can Pty Ltd. The summons is listed for hearing on Tuesday, 20 April 1999 at not before 2.15 p.m. Any creditor or contributory of Port Wakefield Road Bottle and Can Pty Ltd wishing to be heard on the summons must file and serve a notice in accordance with Rule 20 of the Corporations (South Australia) Rules 1993 at least three business days before the day on which the summons is listed for hearing and must attend at the Supreme Courthouse, Victoria Square, Adelaide at the time set for the hearing of the summons. A copy of the summons and the affidavit in support can be obtained on payment of the proper costs from Barratt Lindquist, 162 Halifax Street,

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UNCLAIMED MONEYS ACT 1891 Date Name Reason 23.5.91 23.5.91 19.9.91 19.9.91 19.9.91 26.9.91 10.10.91 21.1.92 17.2.92 15.6.92 15.6.92 17.6.92 17.6.92 17.6.92 17.6.92 18.6.92 18.6.92 22.6.92 24.8.92 11.92 11.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 7.1.91 9.1.91 11.1.91 21.1.91 27.2.91 18.3.91 7.5.91 H. L. Daniel and G. Mass, 74 Hill Street, Mitcham, S.A. 5062 ............................................................................... S. Smith, 104 Woodside Road, Nairne, S.A. 5252 ............ S. L. Eldridge, P.O. Box 617, North Adelaide, S.A. 5006 D. and E. Langanis, 505 Kensington Road, Wattle Park, S.A. 5066 ....................................................................... D. L. Winrow, Flat 12, 389 Payneham Road, Marden, S.A. 5070 ....................................................................... MBG Constructions Pty Ltd, c/o Marshall Golding Adam, P.O. Box 1032, Norwood, S.A. 5067 ................. D. Soppit, 12 Brightman Street, Flagstaff Hill, S.A. 5159 W. K. Anderson, 10 Elphyn Street, Kingwood, S.A. 5062 G. D. Corigliano, 10 Tyford Street, Elizabeth Grove, S.A. 5112 ............................................................................... A. M. Claudio, 215 Findon Road, Findon, S.A. 5023 ....... D. and K. Harrison, 4 Slyvan Glade, 77 Crane Avenue, Castle Hill ...................................................................... P. H. Livingstone, 32 Johnstone Road, Oaklands Park, S.A. 5046 ....................................................................... M. Fawcett, 30 Carnarvon Avenue, Redwood Park, S.A. 5097 ............................................................................... R. M. J. Jenkins, 3/3 Ian Court, Modbury, S.A. 5092 ....... C. D. Bray and D. J. Taylor, 8 Magnolia Avenue, Happy Valley, S.A. 5159 .......................................................... J. and C. Price, 2A Port Wakefield Road, Burton, S.A. 5110 ............................................................................... T. L. Davis, 1 Windarra Court, Belair, S.A. 5052 ............. R. J. and J. S. Maerschel, 10B Euston Avenue, Highgate S.A. 5063 ....................................................................... C. A. MacDonald, 695 Magill Road, Woodforde, S.A. 5072 ............................................................................... P. J. Bayly, Longwood Road, Longwood, S.A. 5153 ........ D. Bradbury, 4 Langford Street, Evanston, S.A. 5116 ...... Monograms Pty Ltd, P.O. Box 546, Norwood, S.A. 5067 D. W. Lydeamore, c/o H. & J. Herzog, P.O. Box 249, Waikerie, S.A. 5330 ...................................................... B. D. Wilson, 6/19 Emily Street, Millicent, S.A. 5280 ..... Prima Fashion Pty Ltd, c/o D. Friedrichs, 33 Hill Street, Crafers, S.A. 5152 ......................................................... P. A. Tesch, 45 Fawcett Street, Blanket Flat, N.S.W. 2583 ............................................................................... A. S. Lawton, c/o Compass Newsagency, U1/279 Mina Station Road, M/Vale .................................................... K. T. Short and G. Veeh, c/o 18 Wenlock Street, Brighton, S.A. 5048 ....................................................... R. M. Hill (no response from client) ................................. NZI Insurance Ltd (no response from client)..................... M. M. Barker (no response from client) ............................ A. J. Gilbert (no response from client) .............................. I.S.U. Ltd (no response from client) .................................. I.S.U. Ltd (no response from client) .................................. L. P. Tyler (no response from client) ................................. Estate of M. E. Evans (no response from client) ............... Ngurratjuta Pmara Ntjara (no response from client) ......... Australian Video Football Pty Ltd (no response from client) ............................................................................. M. Hooper (no response from client) ................................ Union Reinsurrance Company (no response from client) .. G. Guarino (no response from client) ................................ B. and A. Caton (no response from client) ........................ Carpet Maintenance Service (no response from client) ..... District Council of Peterborough (no response from Refund due to cancellation of 52030972P, 5C058637Y and 5V056592Z Refund due to withdrawal of insurance Refund due to cancellation of 5V066067Y as of 19.12.90 Refund due to cancellation of 52044017V Refund due to cancellation of 5V061483Q Refund due to cancellation of 5F025789N Refund due to cancellation of 5P025537E and 5C071989L as of 5.2.90 Refund due to cancellation of 5C058070G Refund due to cancellation of 52040055M Refund due to cancellation of 5V071428A Refund due to cancellation of 5C060507F Refund due to cancellation of 5A024624P Refund due to cancellation of 5A024148X as of 15.9.91 Refund due to cancellation of 5D001669H as of 30.9.91 Refund due to cancellation of 5V074381Y Refund of policy excess—our ref. 51V0042J Refund due to cancellation of 5C074830Z Claim No. 51C0030Z, balance of impact claim Refund due to cancellation of 5C072209A Refund due to cancellation of 52019273Y, 5C007925B Refund due to cancellation of 5C060181B Refund due to cancellation of 5Y004897D Refund due to cancellation of 5C003282J as of 17.6.91 Withdrawal of contents policy as quarterly, half-yearly payments not available Refund due to deletion of cover at Shop 7, Old Reynella Refund due to overpayment of travel policy 50702921E  UV002385N No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details

[8 April 1999

Amount $ 59.75 145.00 29.40 116.35 32.37 1 792.48 221.44 20.93 92.00 44.88 62.34 19.44 350.00 56.93 14.79 66.00 93.27 17.82 52.93 822.00 122.88 162.46 18.18 105.00 70.34 84.99 17.01 71.55 49.94 143.28 17.00 28.89 45.36 28.14 200.00 48.00 802.00 7.25 145.97 55.06 61.76 15.66 32.70

8 April 1999]

Date 12.92 12.92 12.92 12.92 1.2.90 30.10.89 30.3.90 20.6.90 22.8.90 21.9.90 17.10.90 18.10.90 18.10.90 24.10.90 27.12.90 31.1.91 31.1.91 13.3.91 27.9.91 18.10.91 15.12.92

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

Name client) ............................................................................. P. D. Bailey (no response from client) .............................. G. and H. Kouvoussis (no response from client) ............... E. C. and P. E. Fitzgerald (no response from client) ......... A. Farr (no response from client) ...................................... A. J. Burden, 5 Berry Place, Rapid Creek, S.A. 5792 ....... C. A. Davies, 9 Memorial Avenue, Alice Springs, N.T. 0870 ............................................................................... I. R. and T. M. Palmer, 10 Vitex Court, Karama Gardens. Sunny Sandwich & Big Squeeze, 7 Legume Avenue, Leanyer, N.T. 0812 ........................................................ M. M. Hornsby, 21 Cora Crescent, Alice Springs, N.T. 0871 ............................................................................... A. and M. A. Gallacher, 48 Applegum Drive, Karama, N.T. 0812 ...................................................................... W. S. and M. Williams, P.O. Box 8613, Alice Springs, N.T. 0870 ...................................................................... ASSI Nominees, P.O. Box 40140, Casuarina, N.T. 0811 . ASSI Nominees, P.O. Box 40140, Casuarina, N.T. 0811 . S. G. Franklin, 19 Henry Street, Stuart Park, N.T. 0820 ... K. A. Thurlow, P.O. Box 4038, Casuarina, N.T. 0811 ...... S. N. Tan, 77 Leanyer Drive, Leanyer, N.T. 0812 ............. S. N. Tan, 77 Leanyer Drive, Leanyer, N.T. 0812 ............. P. Wittwer, c/o Geoff Simpson Pty Ltd, G.P.O. Box 2988, Darwin, N.T. 0801 ............................................... H. K. Wilkinson, Unit 1/31 Spearwood Road, Alice Springs, N.T. 0870 ........................................................ Darwin Data, P.O. Box 1674, Darwin, N.T. 0801 ............ East Torrens Municipal Council, c/o CPA Ins Bkrs, 16 Hutt Street, Adelaide, S.A. 5000 ................................... Reason No policy details No policy details No policy details No policy details Refund due to cancellation of 5A021434X Claim No. 989089X Refund due to cancellation of T2005010Y as of 28.2.90 Refund due to cancellation of TW001958D as of 15.2.90 Refund due to cancellation of TY000090L Refund due to change of vehicle on TV037215V Refund due to cancellation of TV038209A Refund due to cancellation of TY000335C as of 10.2.90 TV042112T as of inception Refund due to cancellation of TV042166B as of inception TA001930E Refund of premium paid Refund due to cancellation of TC019753Q as of 22.1.91 Refund due to cancellation of T2008762B as of 22.1.91 Refund due to cancellation of TV042611K Refund due to cancellation of TH062622V as of 15.8.91 Refund due to cancellation of TV042058J Refund due to cancellation of TY000644N Your ref. 10254 Total Date 24.2.92 28.8.92 23.7.92 9.9.92 24.9.92 2.12.92 UNCLAIMED MONEYS ACT 1891

Register of Unclaimed Moneys held by TGI Australia Limited, as at 31 December 1998

Name Date of Cheque K. Popple c/o Post Office Kings Cross, N.S.W. 2011 ........................... AIM Ltd, P.O. Box 307, Adelaide, S.A. 5001 ....................................... Engineering & Water Supply Dept, cnr Hanson and Grand Junction Roads, Ottoway, S.A. 5013 ................................................................ Confectionery Wholesalers Pty Ltd, 18 Gulf Point Drive, North Haven, S.A. 5018 ............................................................................... T. M. Garve, Unit 1, 31 Amanda Street, Salisbury, S.A. 5018 .............. Lincoln Mitsubishi, 24 Mortlock Terrace, Port Lincoln, S.A. 5606 ...... Not known Not known Not known Not known Not known Not known Total

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Amount $ $11 168.99 Amount $ 73.67 60.00 276.25 250.00 379.79 8.33 $1 048.04 95.95 22.38 18.60 200.00 50.78 11.50 20.65  735.29 29.90 11.25 414.71 2 205.01 449.00 19.34 79.00 21.18 36.59 66.15 10.06 24.93 — 190.00

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