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LIQUOR LICENCES ACT CH. 84 NO. 10
SOUTH--EASTERN MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given that the Licensing Committee for the Rio Claro
Licensing district has appointed Thursday 19th day of March 2015 at 9:00am
in the forenoon at Rio Claro Magistrate's Court as the day, date, hour and place
at which a session will be held for the granting of Certificates for the issue of
Licenses for the period 01st April, 2015 to 31st March, 2016 in pursuance of
the Liquor Licences Act Chapter 84:10.
All applications for New Licences must be submitted in triplicate on the pre-
scribed form and accompanied by the following:
1. Three (3) copies of the floor plan of the premises sought to be licenced;
2. Board of Inland Revenue Number of Applicant; and
3. Prescribed fee of forty dollars ($40.00)
and should reach the Secretary, Licensing committee, Rio Claro on or before
20th day of February. 2015.
All applications for Renewal should be submitted in duplicate on the prescribed
form and accompanied by:
1. Board of Inland Revenue of the Applicant and
2. Last year's licence
to the Secretary, Licensing Committee on or before the 27th day of February,
Dated this 14th day of January, 2015 at Rio Claro Magistrate's Court.
Secretary, Licensing Committee
South Eastern Counties
London---For all the brilliance of
the Premier League s foreign
superstars, it s a 21-year-old Eng-
lishman who was barely known
outside north London before the
season that is arguably making
the most startling impact this
Forget Diego Costa, Sergio
Aguero, Alexis Sanchez and Robin
van Persie. Tottenham striker Harry
Kane is the top-scoring player in
English football this season with
20 goals in all competitions, and a
first call-up to his national squad
is surely just around the corner.
No wonder Spurs signed Kane
up to a new five-and-a-half-year
contract this week.
"He just looks to me now like a
real monster on the pitch," England
assistant coach Gary Neville said.
"He can do it all."
The next defense Kane looks to
plunder is Arsenal s in the north
London derby on Saturday, one of
two matchups between local
rivals in the 24th round of the
The other comes at Goodison
Park where resurgent Liverpool
makes the short trip across Stanley
Park to visit Everton.
With league leader Chelsea and
second-place Manchester City fac-
ing games against struggling sides
in Aston Villa and Hull, respectively,
much of the focus this weekend is
on the race for the other Cham-
pions League qualification spots.
Six teams, separated by seven
points, are seemingly fighting for
two places---and four of them play
direct rivals on Saturday.
Third-place Manchester United
visits eighth-place West Ham and
it is fifth against sixth when Tot-
tenham hosts Arsenal.
Here are some things to know
about the upcoming round in the
Ronaldo to lead injury-hit
Madrid at Atletico
BARCELONA---Real Madrid will hope
Cristiano Ronaldo's return from suspen-
sion will be enough to overcome a spate of
injuries when it visits Atletico Madrid on
Saturday in another rematch of last sea-
son's Champions League final.
James Rodriguez joined Madrid's list of
injured players when he broke a bone in his
right foot on Wednesday. Sergio Ramos is
also likely to be out after injuring his leg.
Coach Carlo Ancelotti will have to look
to his bench to field a starting 11 against
an Atletico side that has bettered his team
in three competitions this season.
While Madrid leads the league with
Atletico seven points behind in third, sec-
ond-place Barcelona enters the weekend
four points behind the pacesetters and will
wait until Sunday to visit Athletic Bilbao.
Here are some things to know about the
22nd round of matches:
Madrid's 2-1 win over Sevilla on
Wednesday proved costly when Rodriguez
and Ramos went down in the first half.
Rodriguez had successful surgery on his
foot on Thursday, while the club was still
waiting to determine the extent of Ramos'
Madrid was already without midfielder
Luka Modric (left leg) and defender Pepe
(ribs). Marcelo also saw his fifth yellow
card against Sevilla, meaning he will serve
a one-game suspension.
Ancelotti said he will rely on center
backs Raphael Varane and Nacho Fernan-
dez to anchor his defense.
"We lose some experienced heads but
sometimes an injection of enthusiasm is a
good thing," Ancelotti said. "I'm not wor-
The derby at Vicente Calderon Stadium
will be the sixth time the city rivals have
met since Madrid prevailed 4-1 in extra
time last May in the Champions League
Diego Simeone's Atletico has yet to lose
to Madrid in five meetings since, beating
them in the league, the Copa del Rey and
the Spanish Super Cup.
"We know our rival well," Atletico mid-
fielder Tiago Cardoso said. "I don't think
coach will change much. We will try to play
strong in a tight unit and take advantage
of our chances."
Ronaldo will return from a two-match
suspension for kicking a Cordoba player.
Ronaldo, who turned 30 on Thursday,
leads the league with 28 goals, but he has-
n't shown the same brilliant form since he
won his third Ballon d'Or in early January.
Neymar's two sides
Barcelona's victory in the bidding war to
sign Brazil striker Neymar in 2013 has
proven to be a good investment on the
pitch and a headache off it.
This week a judge named club president
Josep Bartomeu a suspect in an ongoing
investigation into Neymar's contract, alleg-
ing Bartomeu defrauded Spain's Tax Office
of 2.8 million euros ($3.2 million).
Neymar, however, has become a superb
strike partner for Lionel Messi.
Neymar, who turned 23 on Thursday, is
the team's second-leading scorer behind
Messi. He has 22 goals in 26 appearances
this season, well above his total of 15 goals
in his first campaign.
Messi has nine goals during Barcelona's
seven-game winning streak, with Neymar
right behind with eight.
Kane seeks to extend
haul in London derby
goal of the
Kane has already shown he
is no respecter of reputations
this season, with his best
game of the season coming
against what was at the time
the league's meanest defense.
He scored twice in Spurs' 5-
3 win over Chelsea on New
Year's Day and centre backs
John Terry and Gary Cahill just
couldn't cope with a player
who only made his Premier
League debut in April last year.
Two seasons ago, he was
spending time on loan at
second-tier teams Norwich and
Arsenal's defense has
tightened up considerably in
recent weeks, coinciding with
the return from injury of
France international Laurent
Arsenal has kept four clean
sheets in its last five games
and is arguably the form team
in the league, tied on points
now with fourth-place
However, Arsene Wenger's
team will need to be at its
sharpest to keep out Kane,
who has scored eight goals in
his last eight league games.
Arsenal will again be
without Alexis Sanchez.
Tottenham will leapfrog its
neighbour with a win at White
Daniel Sturridge has been
eased back into the Liverpool
team after five months out
through injury, coming off the
bench and scoring in last
weekend's 2-0 win over West
Ham and also being used as a
substitute for the FA Cup victory
at Bolton on Wednesday.
Liverpool manager Brendan
Rodgers might just be tempted to
start Sturridge against Everton
for a game that last season's
runner-up needs to win to keep
the pressure on United,
Southampton, Arsenal and
Tottenham above them.
A front three of Sturridge,
Raheem Sterling and Philippe
Coutinho would be a fearful
proposition for opposition
defenses in the last few months
of the season.
Coutinho, the Brazilian
playmaker, has probably been
Liverpool's most influential player
in its seven-match unbeaten run
in the league that stretches back
to the 3-0 loss to United on
STURRIDGE TO START?
Man City plays its last game
before the return of Yaya Toure
and Wilfried Bony from
international duty with Ivory Coast
at the African Cup of Nations. Hull
visits Etihad Stadium having lost
its last three league games to slip
into the relegation zone.
Next-to-last Queens Park
Rangers is set to go into its home
match with fourth-place
Southampton without a manager
following the resignation of Harry
Redknapp on Tuesday.
Chelsea shouldn't have a
problem maintaining its five-
point lead over City this
weekend---it is playing a team
which has not scored a league
goal in more than six weeks.
Aston Villa created an
unwanted club record on Sunday,
with a 5-0 loss to Arsenal
extending its scoreless streak to
six league games.
Villa's tally of 11 goals is the
worst in all four of England's
leagues---an astonishing ten
behind the joint second-worst,
belonging to second-tier
Sheffield Wednesday and third-
Chelsea is again without top
scorer Costa, who serves the
second match of his three-game
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