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Peter Soon and Company Limited
SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION
Sawmilling Equipment, Electrical Generators, Steel Buildings, Band-
saws, JCB Fork-lift, Etc
TUESDAY 29th OCTOBER 2013 at 9:30 A.M. at BRICKFIELD
WEDNESDAY 30th OCTOBER 2013 at 9:30 A.M. at CARLSEN FIELD
Upon the instructions of Trinidad and Tobago Forest Products
Company Limited (TANTEAK), the undersigned will offer for sale by
public auction on the dates and at the places mentioned above, the
under-mentioned items belonging to TANTAEK Limited
Complete STEEL Buildings with roofing, JCB Forklift Model 525-4,
STENNER Band-saws, MULTICO Circular saws, Conveyor Belts,
Conveyor Rollers, INGERSOLL RAND Compressor, ALLIGATOR
Blade sharpener machine, WADKIN Sharpener, Dust Extractor and
silos, Drill-press, Grinder, Diesel tanks, Office desks and chairs,
Filing cabinets, Fax Machines and Photocopiers, Air-condition units,
40-ft steel container, ONAN GENSET KVA-1250 standby generator
Model #1000DFLA, 1000-Gal diesel tanks, WESTINGHOUSE elec-
trical transformers, One WESTINGHOUSE transformer and
hydraulic pump, Electrical distribution panel, Steel Dip-treatment
tank, Propane Gas tanks, other Office furniture, saw-milling and elec-
trical equipments, tools, parts AND OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMER-
OUS TO MENTION
Dated this 9th day of October 2013
Terms of Sale:
1. Strictly CASH or certified cheque on the fall of the hammer
2. Items being sold subject to a handling charge of 5% of bid
payable to auctioneer by the buyer
3. Goods will be sold "AS IS, WHERE IS"
4. Goods must be removed within 10 days after sale upon full
payment of bids and charges
5. Viewing of goods on Monday 28th October 2013 between the
hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., and on morning of sale only.
Ambrosia Peeled Garlic - email@example.com per bag
Ambrosia Peeled Garlic - 5 firstname.lastname@example.org per bag
Split Peas @$199.00 per bag
12mm Channa @440.00 per bag
Wide variety of peas and beans,
dried fruits (prunes, sultanas, raisins etc.)
bird seeds, carrots, potatoes, onions, cheese, etc.
Address: John Peter Road
MADRID---Gareth Bale is fit
and ready to play for Real
Madrid as the club looks to
improve on its recent lack-
luster showings for an eight-
day stretch coach Carlo
Ancelotti calls "very impor-
tant," with games against
Malaga, Juventus and fierce
Ancelotti said yesterday that
"Bale is available" for today's
Spanish league game against
Malaga with critical games against
Juventus in the Champions
League and the season's first cla-
sico at Barcelona coming next
Ancelotti insisted Bale's disc
bulge in his back is not the reason
he has missed games this season,
instead blaming his lack of pre-
season training that led to his left
"(Bale) doesn't have a problem"
with his back, Ancelotti said. "His
problem it that he didn't have a
preseason and he is not in good
physical shape. I have three disc
bulges and they never caused me
trouble during my career. It's a
normal problem, many players
have it, but it doesn't affect their
"I want to give him minutes
because he needs to play."
Bale has played in three of a
possible seven games for Madrid
since his world record 100 million
euro transfer from Tottenham at
the close of this summer's transfer
Ancelotti said defender Raphael
Varane will not play today due
to injury while striker Karim Ben-
zema was doubtful after picking
up a knock during training.
Ancelotti also said he "needs
to talk" with Iker Casillas after
the Spain goalkeeper said he may
consider leaving in the January
transfer market if he doesn't play
"Casillas is a great goalkeeper,"
Ancelotti said. "In the future I
hope he will be here because he
is an important player for the
Casillas lost his starting job
last season under former coach
Jose Mourinho. Ancelotti has lim-
ited him to playing in the Cham-
pions League while Diego Lopez
plays in the Spanish league. (AP)
Bale fit, ready to play against Malaga
BARCELONA---Barcelona has recovered forward
Lionel Messi from a minor leg injury and captain
Carles Puyol after a seven-month absence in time for
its upcoming games against AC Milan and Real Madrid.
Barcelona team doctors cleared Messi and Javier
Mascherano yesterday after muscle injuries in their right
The 35-year-old Puyol was also deemed fit after recu-
perating from surgery on his right knee, which ruled
him out of 27 consecutive matches since he was injured
against Milan in March.
"(Puyol) is like a boy who has just made his debut
in the first division," Barcelona coach Gerard Martino
said. "You can't help but notice how excited Puyol is
to be back with the group. I love seeing that because
it means that whatever he may be lacking for not having
played he will make up for in enthusiasm."
Messi, Puyol and Mascherno made the squad for
today's game at Osasuna, when Barcelona will try to
match a Spanish league record with a ninth straight
win to start the season.
Dani Alves, Alexis Sanchez and Gerard Pique were
all left off the squad to give them more rest after a week
of matches with their national teams.
"I didn't leave the three off for medical reasons,"
Martino said. "It's a question of travel time and playing
Forward Isaac Cuenca also received medical clearance
yesterday after undergoing right knee surgery in June.
Messi and Puyol back for
Milan and Madrid matches
LONDON---Coming off excellent
performances with England, Totten-
ham winger Andros Townsend has
signed a new four-year deal with the
Premier League club.
Townsend, who scored in the 4-1
win over Montenegro in World Cup
qualifying and starred against Poland,
returned to Tottenham this season
after a loan spell at Queens Park
The 22-year-old player also found
himself at the center of a controversy
this week after England coach Roy
Hodgson made a joke about a monkey
in space during a halftime talk in the
2-0 win over Poland. Hodgson, who
apologised for his remarks, said the
joke was meant to encourage players
to pass the ball more to Townsend.
Townsend said Hodgson's contro-
versial comments were complimentary
because "the manager just told the
players to give the ball to me." (AP)
Townsend signs new
contract with Tottenham
Andros Townsend...says Hodgson's joke was complimentary.
FRANKFURT---Germany coach Joachim Loew thinks
his team will play a major role at next year s World
Cup, although it would be "disrespectful" to single
it out as the favorite without mentioning others such
as Spain and Brazil.
Loew spoke yesterday after extending his contract
past the World Cup by another two years. The German
Football Federation (DFB) said the new contract runs
through the 2016 European Championship in France.
"I feel great motivation to develop the team further.
We are still not at the end of our road, we still have
great goals that we want to achieve together," Loew
The DFB wanted an early extension to avoid any
distractions during the tournament in Brazil. DFB
president Wolfgang Niersbach said the extension was
a sign of "excellent cooperation" between the federation
Loew has been head coach since 2006, when Jurgen
Klinsmann stepped down following a third-place finish
at the World Cup in Germany. Loew had been Klins-
mann's assistant for two years.
Loew will celebrate his 100th match in charge against
Italy in Milan on November 15.
Loew's record is 68 wins, 16 draws and 15 losses.
But Germany has yet to win a major title under Loew,
finishing second at the 2008 European Championship
and reaching the semifinals at the 2010 World Cup
and Euro 2012 despite playing some of the best foot-
Loew's reputation took a blow when Germany lost
to Italy in the semifinals of last year's European Cham-
pionship. The loss was mainly blamed on his wrong
Germany had the best qualifying record in Europe
and is ranked No 2 in the world by FIFA. Germany
will be seeded for next month's World Cup draw. (AP)
contract to Euro 2016
MADRID---Spain coach Vicente del Bosque says it s
up to Diego Costa to decide if he wants to play for
his adopted country or his native Brazil.
Del Bosque says "we have done everything we need
to, now it's the player's personal decision," while adding
that even though the Spanish federation had "reached
an agreement" with Diego Costa "it wasn't decisive."
Diego Costa has helped Atletico Madrid to a club
record start of eight straight wins with his league-
leading 10 goals.
He has said that if called up he would be willing
to play for Spain, which will seek to defend its world
title next year in Brazil at the World Cup.
Diego Costa holds a Spanish passport and has never
played for Brazil, so he could play for Spain. (AP)
Del Bosque: Costa must
choose Spain or Brazil
ROME--- Juventus and Livorno have been ordered
by FIFA to help Adrian Mutu pay the more than 21
million euros (nearly $30 million) he owes Chelsea
in a nine-year legal case over a positive cocaine test.
After the order was first reported by the Gazzetta
dello Sport, FIFA confirmed to The Associated Press
that its Dispute Resolution Chamber ruled the Italian
clubs "are jointly responsible."
The decision can be appealed to the Court of Arbi-
tration for Sport.
Mutu was originally ordered to pay Chelsea 17.7
million euros ($24 million), but the amount has risen
Chelsea terminated Mutu's contract after he tested
positive for cocaine in 2004 with nearly four years left
on his deal. He went to Juventus via a licensing tech-
nicality with Livorno to get around non-EU player
Juventus, Livorno ordered
to pay Mutu compensation
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