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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
NO. 210 OF 2013
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT
CHAPTER 56-02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
PARBATEE TULLAU also called PARBATIE
TOOLA of No. 278 New Settlement, Dow
Village, California, Proprietor.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless good
cause to the contrary is shown within fourteen days
from the publication of this notice the Registrar
General of Trinidad and Tobago will issue a new
Certificate of Title in respect of that piece of land
situate in the Ward of Siparia in the Island of
Trinidad comprising FOUR ACRES THREE ROODS
AND THIRTY- NINE PERCHES be the same more or
less delineated and coloured pink in the plan reg-
istered in Volume 655 Folio 31 being portion of the
lands described in the Crown Grant in Volume 175
Folio 345 and bounded on the North by the
remaining portion of the said lands on the South by
a Road Reserved 50 links wide on the East by
Crown Land and on the West by a Road Reserved
50 links wide and by the remaining portion of the
said lands and now described in Certificate of Title
Volume 655 Folio 33.
Dated this 30th day of October, 2013.
A Reputable Security firm is seeking to fill the
position of Security Officers for the Executive
Applicant Must Possess The Following:
> Valid Driver's License.
> F.U.E.C. (Firearm User's Employee
> Police Certificate of good character required.
> Experience in executive protection would be
> Age: 25-45 years.
> Physically fit.
Interested applicants should contact: 496-2187
MELBOURNE---Andy Murray has
reached the Australian Open final
for the fourth time, beating Tomas
Berdych in a tension-filled semifinal
to earn one more shot at a long elu-
Serena Williams has five titles from
five finals at Melbourne Park, and
earned a chance at another one when
she advanced to a championship
match against Maria Sharapova, who
has one Australian title from three
trips to the final.
Top-ranked Serena Williams beat
19-year-old Madison Keys 7-6 (5),
6-2 in an all-American semifinal yes-
terday, after Sharapova beat fellow
Russian Ekaterina Makarova in
In the night match, sixth-seeded
Murray beat No 7 Berdych 6-7 (6),
6-0, 6-3, 7-5. There was obvious
animosity between the players due
to a coach switching from the Murray
to the Berdych camp.
An aggravated Murray bristled
when Berdych spoke a few words to
him after the first-set tiebreaker, and
yelled profanities throughout the
match. TV cameras appeared to show
his fiancee, Kim Sears, uttering exple-
tives in support.
Murray, the former US Open and
Wimbledon champion, said the emo-
tional reactions were understandable
given the hype leading into the match.
Murray has lost three finals at Mel-
bourne Park---to Roger Federer in
2010 and Novak Djokovic in 11 and
13. He ll get a chance to end that
streak on Sunday, against either
Djokovic or defending champion Stan
"Obviously losing in the finals is
disappointing. But making four finals
is a very, very difficult thing to do,"
Williams has put herself into a
prime position. The 18-time Grand
Slam champion, who has struggled
with a cold for a week, said she d
benefit from a tough workout against
Keys, who pounded her with heavy
groundstrokes and a big serve for the
Keys, playing in her first Grand
Slam semifinal, saved seven match
points on serve in a penultimate game
that lasted more than 11 minutes.
Williams kept her cool, though, wast-
ing one match point on her serve
before closing with an ace to reach
her 23rd major final. Williams was
at her best after dropping her opening
service game, finishing the match
with just one double-fault, firing 13
aces and defending when she needed
to defend. Keys had control until she
was broken in the sixth game.
She held in the 12th game, closing
with an ace to force a tiebreaker, but
quickly fell behind 4-1 with Serena
firing two aces. She saved two set
points with aces but had no chance
of extending the tiebreaker when
Williams hit another unreturnable
serve, and started jumping for joy.
Williams led 5-1 lead in the second
set when Keys held, denying victory
for one more game the woman who
inspired her to take up tennis.
Sharapova, who beat No 10-seeded
Makarova 6-3, 6-2, has lost her last
15 matches against Williams. Her only
two wins in their 18 career meetings
were in 2004.
She won the 2008 Australian title,
but was comprehensively outplayed
in her two other trips to the final---
by Williams in 2007 and by Victoria
Azarenka in 2012.
The five-time major winner
opened the 2015 season in confident
style by winning the Brisbane Inter-
national title but had a close call in
the second round here, having to save
match points against No 150-ranked
Russian qualifier Alexandra Panova.
Maria Sharapova of Russia
celebrates after defeating her
compatriot Ekaterina Makarova in
their semifinal match at the
Australian Open tennis
championship in Melbourne,
Australia, yesterday. AP PHOTO
in Australian final
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