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Part 4—Pollution by garbage

18—Interpretation

Unless the contrary intention appears, an expression that is used in this Part and in Annex V to the Convention (whether or not a particular meaning is assigned to it by that Annex) has, in this Part, the same meaning as in that Annex.



19—Placards

(1) A ship of 12 metres in length or more must display placards informing the crew and passengers of the garbage disposal requirements of section 24AAD of the Act.

(2) If placards are not displayed on a ship in accordance with subregulation (1), the master and the owner of the ship are each guilty of an offence.

Maximum penalty:

(a) if the offender is a natural person—$2 000; or

(b) if the offender is a body corporate—$5 000.



20—Garbage management plan

(1) This regulation applies to the following ships while they are in State waters:

(a) a ship of 400 tons gross tonnage or more;

(b) a ship certified to carry 15 or more passengers and crew.

(2) If a garbage management plan conforming to the requirements of subregulation (3) is not carried, and implemented, on a ship to which this regulation applies, the master and the owner of the ship are each guilty of an offence.

Maximum penalty:

(a) if the offender is a natural person—$2 000; or

(b) if the offender is a body corporate—$5 000.

(3) A garbage management plan must—

(a) provide written procedures for the collection, storage, processing and disposing of garbage, including procedures for the use of the garbage disposal equipment on board; and

(b) designate a person to be responsible for ensuring the plan is followed; and

(c) be in accordance with the guidelines developed by the IMO.



21—Garbage record book

(1) This regulation applies to the following ships while they are in State waters:

(a) a ship of 400 tons gross tonnage or more;

(b) a ship certified to carry 15 or more passengers and crew.

(2) If a garbage record book, in the form specified in the Appendix to Annex V of the 1978 Protocol, is not carried at all times on a ship to which this regulation applies, the master and the owner of the ship are each guilty of an offence.

Maximum penalty:

(a) if the offender is a natural person—$2 000; or

(b) if the offender is a body corporate—$5 000.

(3) The person responsible for overseeing a discharge of garbage from a ship to which this regulation applies or for an incineration of garbage on board such a ship must, on completion of the discharge operation or incineration, record in the ship's garbage record book—

(a) the date and time of the discharge operation or incineration; and

(b) the position of the ship at the time of the discharge operation or incineration; and

(c) a description, and the estimated amount, of the garbage discharged or incinerated,

and sign the entry in the garbage record book.

Maximum penalty: $2 000.

(4) Where the disposal, escape or accidental loss of garbage from a ship to which this regulation applies occurs in a situation referred to in section 24AAD(2)(a), (b) or (c) of the Act, an entry must be made in the ship's garbage record book, by the master of the ship, of the circumstances of, and the reasons for, the disposal, escape or accidental loss.

Maximum penalty: $2 000.

(5) The master of a ship to which this regulation applies must—

(a) sign each completed page of the ship's garbage record book; and

(b) ensure the garbage record book is kept on board the ship and is available at all times for inspection.

Maximum penalty: $2 000.

(6) The owner of a ship to which this regulation applies must keep the ship's garbage record book for a period of 2 years after the date of the final entry in the book.

Maximum penalty: $2 000.



Part 5—Reporting requirements

22—Notification of discharges

(1) For the purposes of section 25A(1) and (3) of the Act, a prescribed incident must be notified to the State Marine Pollution Controller by means of a telephone message, a telex message, a radio message or a fax message—

(a) conveyed through the Port Adelaide Signal Station of the operator of the port of Port Adelaide or the office of a prescribed officer and containing the name, radio call sign (if any) and position of the ship concerned followed by the name of the person notifying the incident; or

(b) conveyed through the Australian Search and Rescue Centre of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority and commencing with the code letters POLREP and containing the name, radio call sign (if any) and position of the ship concerned followed by the name of the person notifying the incident.

(2) For the purposes of section 25A(6) and (7) of the Act, a report in relation to a prescribed incident must be furnished to the State Marine Pollution Controller—

(a) within 24 hours of receipt of a request for a report or within such further time as the State Marine Pollution Controller may allow; and

(b) in the form set out in Schedule 1.

23—Discharge reports occurring other than from ships

(1) For the purposes of section 27(2) of the Act, a report must be furnished to the Minister in relation to the occurrence within 24 hours after receipt of a request for a report, or within such further time as the Minister may allow.

(2) For the purposes of section 27(2) of the Act the form set out in Schedule 1 is the prescribed form.

24—Discharge reports occurring other than from ships

(1) For the purposes of section 27(2) of the Act, a report must be furnished to the Minister in relation to the occurrence within 24 hours after receipt of a request for a report, or within such further time as the Minister may allow.

(2) For the purposes of section 27(2) of the Act the form set out in Schedule 1 is the prescribed form.

Part 6—Miscellaneous

25—Minister may make orders

The Minister may, by instrument in writing, make orders for and in relation to—

(a) giving effect to Annexes I, II, III and V to the Convention, other than provisions of those Annexes to which effect is given by a provision of the Act or these regulations; and

(b) giving effect to Article 8 of, and Protocol I to, the Convention, other than provisions of that Article or Protocol to which effect is given by a provision of the Act or these regulations; and

(c) the fixing of fees to be paid in respect of any matters under any such orders.

26—Fee for deposit of oil record book or cargo record book

A fee of $40.00 is payable by the owner of a ship for—

(a) the deposit of an oil record book of the ship in accordance with section 13(4) of the Act; or

(b) the deposit of a cargo record book of the ship in accordance with section 23(6) of the Act.



27—Exemptions

(1) For the purposes of section 41(1)(h) of the Act, each of the following classes of ships is exempt from the provisions of the Act and these regulations:

(a) ships belonging to an arm of the Defence Forces of Australia or to the naval, military or air forces of another country;

(b) ships (other than a vessel belonging to an arm of the Defence Forces of Australia or to the naval, military or air forces of another country) that are owned or operated by a State other than Australia and used, for the time being, only on government non commercial service.

(2) In subregulation (1)(b)—

State has the same meaning as in the Convention.

Schedule 1—Discharge report

(Section 25A and section 27 of Act)

Details to be provided below only if applicable and must be provided within 24 hours of receipt of request for report unless further time allowed.



1. Name and contact details (telephone, address, etc.) of the person requested to furnish report, being the relevant person with duty to notify of the pollution incident or discharge occurrence:

If ship -

Master of the ship:

Where Master unable to comply, the owner, charterer, manager or operator of the ship or their agents:

If vehicle -

Owner or person in charge of the vehicle; or person responsible for the discharge:



If apparatus -

Owner or person in charge of the apparatus; or person responsible for the discharge:



2. Please tick the relevant occurrence and provide the relevant source information:

Pollution incident for ships

Note: Pollution incident for a ship includes damage, failure or breakdown of a ship of 15 metres in length or more that—

(i) affects the safety of the ship, including collision, grounding, fire, explosion, structural failure, flooding and cargo shifting; or

(ii) results in impairment of the safety of navigation, including failure or breakdown of steering gear, propulsion plant, electrical generating systems or essential shipborne navigational aids.

Discharge from ship

For pollution incident or discharge from ship - provide name, radio call sign, flag of ship and type of ship (e.g. oil tanker, chemical tanker, dry cargo ship), gross tonnage and condition of ship:

Discharge from vehicle

Provide type of vehicle and number plate:



Discharge from apparatus (includes a pipeline, structure on land, oil rig, or any equipment used for the exploration, recovery or storage of oil)

Provide type of apparatus:



3. Location of pollution incident or discharge

If ship - latitude and longitude and also provide position, course and speed of the ship at the time of pollution incident or discharge:

If vehicle or apparatus - location on water or land of the discharge, where it was reasonably likely oil or mixture would flow into State waters (latitude and longitude, if known):

4. Date and time of pollution incident or discharge (specify which time status used, e.g. UTC, CST, daylight savings):

5. Brief description of the pollution incident or discharge (what, how and why incident/discharge occurred, what damage was sustained, condition of ship/vehicle/apparatus, if any other ship/vehicle/ apparatus involved, etc.):

6. Type and origin of discharge including the technical name (or, where the technical name is not known, the trade name), UN number, Classification in the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code (where applicable), name of manufacturer, quantity and concentration, of the harmful substance discharged, or likely to be discharged:

7. Volume/quantity of discharge:

8. Is the discharge ongoing and/or has been contained?

9. Weather, sea and current conditions in the vicinity of the pollution incident or discharge:

10. Estimated direction of discharge movement and surface area of the discharge:

11. What actions have been taken since the pollution incident or discharge to contain the discharge (including any equipment that has been used)?

12. What assistance (if any) is required or has been provided?

13. Any known sensitive areas nearby (e.g. mangroves, power station inlets, marine parks, conservation parks, Native title or cultural significance to the Indigenous populations, etc.)?

Note—

As required by section 10AA(2) of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978, the Minister has certified that, in the Minister's opinion, it is necessary or appropriate that these regulations come into operation as set out in these regulations.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 29 August 2013

No 223 of 2013

MTR13/017CS

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ADELAIDE CITY COUNCIL



Draft Representation Review Report—New Proposal

For Public Consultation

NOTICE is hereby given that the Council has undertaken a review to determine whether alterations are required in respect to elector representation, including ward boundaries and the composition of Council.

As an outcome of this review Council proposes to:

• Retain Lord Mayor elected by electors of the Area;

• Alter the ward boundaries to create four wards;

• Decrease the number of Ward Councillors to four, with one Ward Councillor representing each of the four wards; and

• Increase the number of Area Councillors to six.

Council has prepared its draft Representation Review Report—New Proposal which details the review process, public consultation undertaken and the proposal Council considers should be carried into effect, which has been released for public consultation.

The public consultation will commence on Thursday, 29 August 2013 and conclude at 5 p.m. on Thursday, 19 September 2013.

There are several ways to participate:



Online Submissions

To download a copy of the draft Representation Review Report—New Proposal and summary paper, or to provide your feedback online visit: www.yoursay.adelaidecitycouncil.com.



Hard Copy Submissions

A hard copy of the document can also be viewed at Council’s Customer Centre or its libraries and community centres.



Written Submissions

All written submissions must be received at Council by 5 p.m. on Thursday, 19 September 2013 addressed to:

Community Consultation

Representation Review

G.P.O. Box 2252, Adelaide, S.A. 5001,

or faxed to (08) 8203 7575,

or emailed to yoursay@adelaidecitycouncil.com

Submissions must include name and address of the respondent and will be included in any report to Council, which is also available to the public. Any person(s) making a written submission will be given the opportunity to appear before a meeting of the Council to be heard in support of their submission.

Consultation will conclude at 5 p.m. on Thursday, 19 September 2013.

P. Smith, Chief Executive Officer

CITY OF WEST TORRENS



City of West Torrens Development Plan Review—‘Our Place’
For Public Consultation

NOTICE is hereby given that the City of West Torrens is reviewing its Development Plan pursuant to Section 30 of the Development Act 1993, to determine the appropriateness of the Development Plan to the council area and its consistency with the Metropolitan Planning Strategy. The review will result in the preparation of a Strategic Directions Report that will guide Council’s land use and strategic planning for the next three to five years.

The review of Council’s Development Plan will coincide with the review of its Community Plan. The ‘Our Place’ consultation process will inform the development and review of several Council strategic plans, including the West Torrens Development Plan.

Further information about the ‘Our Place’ consultation process, including information sessions, is available from:



www.westtorrens.sa.gov.au/ourplace

During the consultation period anyone can make a written submission. All submissions should be sent:

• By post to: Chief Executive Officer, City of West Torrens,
165 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton, S.A. 5033.

• By email to: csu@wtcc.sa.gov.au; or

• Online at: www.westtorrens.sa.gov.au/ourplace.

Written submissions should be received by Council no later than Thursday, 31 October 2013. All submissions received during ‘Our Place’ will become public information and available for viewing at the Council Offices.

Your submission should also clearly indicate whether you wish to speak at a Public Meeting of Council about your written submission. The Public Meeting may not be held if no submission indicates an interest in speaking at the public meeting.

The time and date of the Public Meeting is yet to be determined. However, those who indicate on their submission they wish to be heard at the Public Meeting will receive written confirmation of the date and time; and a further public notice will also be published advising of the date, time and location of the Public Meeting once determined.

Dated 27 August 2013.

T. Buss, Chief Executive Officer

ALEXANDRINA COUNCIL



Road Closure—Government Road (‘Regulator Road’)
Hindmarsh Island

NOTICE is hereby given, that in accordance with Section 359 of the Local Government Act 1934, as amended, Council revokes resolution ACF11421, to open Government Road (known locally as ‘Regulator Road’), Hindmarsh Island, following the Council meeting held on Monday, 22 July 2013.



P. Dinning, Chief Executive

CLARE & GILBERT VALLEYS COUNCIL



Temporary Road Closure—Ness Street, Clare

NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961 and Instrument of General Approval of the Minster dated 12 March 2001, Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council:

Makes an order that Ness Street, Clare will be closed to vehicular traffic, other than vehicles taking part, between 12.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday, 31 August 2013 and Sunday, 1 September 2013, for the purpose of commencing work on the Ness Street art installation.

Makes an order exempting persons participating in the event from the following Australian Road Rules:

230 Crossing a Road (general).

R. Blight, Chief Executive Officer

THE DISTRICT COUNCIL OF ELLISTON



Adoption of Valuations and Declarations of Rates

NOTICE is hereby given that at its meeting held on 20 August 2013, the Council for the financial year ending 30 June 2014, resolved as follows:



Adoption of Valuations

That Council, pursuant to Section 167 (2) (a) of the Local Government Act 1999, for the 2013-2014 financial year, adopts for rating purposes the most recent valuations of the Valuer-General available to the Council of the capital value of land within the Council’s area, totalling $371 801 620 for rateable land, and hereby specifies 16 August 2013 as the day from which such valuations shall become and be the valuations of Council, subject to such alterations as may appear necessary.



Declaration of Differential Rates and Fixed Charge

1. That pursuant to Sections 152 (1) (a) and 153 (1) (b) of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council having adopted its Annual Business Plan and Budget for the 2013-14 financial year and the capital valuations that are to apply to land within its are for rating purposes for the 2013-2014 financial year, declares differential general rates on rateable land within its area for the 2013-2014 financial year, such differentiating factors being declared permissible by the Local Government (General) Regulations 1999, as follows:

• All land use within the Commercial (Bulk Handling) Zone as described in Council’s Development Plan as consolidated 1 December 2011 at 0.9900 cents in the dollar.

• Land outside the Commercial (Bulk Handling) Zone with the following land uses:

• Residential:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land;

• Commercial—Shop:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land;

• Commercial—Office:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land;

• Commercial—Other:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land;

• Industry—Light:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land;

• Industry—Other:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the land, subject to the rate;

• Primary Production:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land;

• Vacant Land:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land;

• Other:

A differential General Rate of 0.3943 cents in the dollar on the value of the rateable land.

2. That pursuant to Section 152 (1) (c) (ii) of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council declares a fixed charge of $256 payable in respect of rateable land within the Council area for the 2013-2014 financial year.

Declaration of Separate Rate—
Regional Natural Resources Management Levy

That pursuant to Section 154 of the Local Government Act 1999 and Section 95 of the Natural Resources Management Act 2004, the Council declares a separate rate of $63.90 on each separate assessment of rateable land in the area in order to recoup the amount of $63 005 being Council’s contribution to the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board for the 2013-2014 financial year.



Declaration of Annual Service Charge—
Community Wastewater Management System

That pursuant to Section 155 of the Local Government Act 1999 in respect of the 2013-2014 financial year, the Council imposes an annual service charge in respect of the prescribed service of effluent waste disposal on all land to which the Council provides or makes available the service as follows:

• In respect of all land within the area serviced by CWMS at Lock, an annual service charge of $327 per property.

Declaration of Annual Water Charge

That pursuant to Section 155 of the Local Government Act 1999 in respect of the 2013-2014 financial year, the Council impose an annual service charge in respect of the prescribed service of the provision of water as follows:

• For all properties at Port Kenny serviced by the Port Kenny Water Supply, an annual charge of $75 per property.

Declaration of Annual Service Charge—Waste Management

Pursuant to Section 155 of the Local Government Act 1999, property within the kerbside collection route will be charged a rate of $300 per year for the collection of one 140 litre bin per week:



(a) vacant allotments within the kerbside collection route will be charged the same amount as residential allotments within the kerbside collection route; and

(b) single farm enterprises and adjoining allotments are only charged the annual service charge in respect of the assessment constituting the principal property.

Pursuant to Section 155 of the Local Government Act 1999 and Regulation 9B of the Local Government (General) Regulation 1999, Waste Collection charges are applied on properties which are required to take their waste a distance to be collected.

The Waste Collection charges are then charged based on the following tiered rates for distances from the access point to the land:

• No more than 500 metres 100%

• More than 500 metres 75%

• More than 2km but less than 5km 50%

• More than 5km No rate

Commercial—Shop, Commercial—Office, Commercial—Other, Industry—Light, Industry—Other and Other land use within the kerb-side collection route:

• 0-0.3 m³ of waste per week on average $300 per annum.

• 0.3-0.6m³ of waste per week on average $600 per annum.

• Greater than 0.6m³ of waste per week on average $900 per annum.

Payment of Rates

That pursuant to Section 181 (1) of the Local Government Act 1999, all rates are payable in four equal or approximately equal instalments on or before the following dates:

• 27 September 2013;

• 20 December 2013;

• 28 March 2014; and

• 27 June 2014.

That pursuant to Section 181 (11) of the Local Government Act 1999, Council determines that:

• ratepayers may apply to pay their rates and service charges in full by 20 December 2013;

• such applications must be lodged with Council by 25 September 2013;

• if rates in these circumstances are paid in full by 20 December fines and interest will not be applied for the September to December period.



R. Foster, Chief Executive Officer

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF KAROONDA EAST MURRAY



Adoption of Valuations and Declaration of General Rates

NOTICE is hereby given that the District Council of Karoonda East Murray at its meeting held on Tuesday, 27 August 2013, resolved the following:



Adoption of 2013-2014 Annual Business Plan

That in accordance with Section 123 of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council adopt the 2013-2014 Annual Business Plan.



Adoption of 2013-2014 Council Budget

That pursuant to Section 123 of the Local Government Act 1999 and Regulation 7 of the Local Government (Financial Management) Regulations 2011, the Council adopt the Budget for the 2013-2014 financial year.

The Budget operating expenses including full cost attribution and depreciation for the 2013-2014 financial year total $3 223 146 with income being $3 609 626, net $386 480. Total Net Capital Expenditure for 2013-2014 is $3 342 500.

Adoption of Valuations

That in accordance with provision of Section 167 (1) and Section (2) (a) of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council adopt the most recent valuation of the Valuer-General capital values that is to apply for rating purposes for the year ending 30 June 2014 being capital valuation totalling $257 605 920 of which $247 304 320 represents rateable land.



Declaration of General Rates

Pursuant to Section 153 (1) (a) of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council declare a general rate of 0.4094 cents in the dollar on the capital value of all rateable land within the area for the 2013-2014 financial year.



Minimum Amount Payable

Pursuant to Section 158 (1) (a) of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council declare a minimum rate of $180 to be fixed for rateable land within the whole of the council area for the


2013-2014 financial year.

Service Charge

Pursuant to Section 155 of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council declare a service charge for the Community Waste Water Management System of $300 per unit and $275 per vacant allotment in Karoonda for properties serviced by the system for the 2013-2014 financial year.



Payment of Rates

Pursuant to Section 181 of the Local Government Act 1999, the Council declare that the Council rates for the financial year ending 30 June 2014 shall be payable in four equal instalments with instalments falling due on 30 September 2013, 30 December 2013, 19 March 2014 and 19 June 2014.



Natural Resources Management Levy—
Declaration of Separate Rate

Pursuant to Section 95 of the Natural Resources Management Act 2004 and Section 154 of the Local Government Act 1999, in order to reimburse to the council the amount contributed to the South Australian Murray Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board being $25 296, that Council declares a separate rate of 0.01023 cents in the dollar, based on the capital value of all rateable land for the 2013-2014 financial year.



P. Smithson, Chief Executive Officer

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF TUMBY BAY



Adoption of Valuations and Declaration of Rates

NOTICE is hereby given that at the Special Council Meeting held on 20 August 2013, the Council for the financial year ending 30 June 2014, resolved the following:

1. Adopted for rating purposes the most recent valuations of the Valuer-General of the site value of land within the Council’s area, totalling $619 774 900.

2. Declared differential general rate as follows:



(a) 6.53 cents in the dollar on rateable land within the Commercial Bulk Handling Zones as defined in the Council’s Development Plan; and

(b) 0.30193 cents in the dollar on all other rateable land.

3. Declared a fixed charge of $564 on all rateable land.

4. Declared a differential separate rate as follows:

(a) 0.01115 cents in the dollar on all rateable land within the Port Neill Township; and

(b) 0.008367 cents in the dollar on all rateable land outside the Port Neill Township and within the Hundred of Dixson, to maintain the Port Neill Soldiers Memorial Hall.

5. Declared a separate rate based on a fixed charge of $62 on all rateable land in the Council area to reimburse to the Council the amount contributed to the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board.

6. Declared an annual service charge:

(a) within the townships of Tumby Bay, Port Neill, Lipson and Ungarra for the collection, treatment or disposal of waste in the amount of:

(i) $277 for each occupied allotment;

(ii) $42 for each vacant allotment;

(iii) $235 for each additional 140 litre bin requested per property; and



(b) for the use of the Tumby Bay Common Effluent Drainage Scheme of $415 per property unit.

T. J. Smith, Chief Executive Officer

WAKEFIELD REGIONAL COUNCIL

Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991



Road Closure—Hoyleton North Road, Hoyleton/Kybunga

NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Section 10 of the Roads (Opening and Closing) Act 1991, that the Wakefield Regional Council proposes to make a Road Process Order to close Hoyleton North Road and merge with the adjoining allotments comprised pieces 116, 117, 118, 119, 120 and 121 in Filed Plan 171380 shown delineated as ‘A’ and ‘B’ on the Preliminary Plan No. 13/0028.

A copy of the plan and a statement of persons affected are available for public inspection at the Council Office, Scotland Place, Balaklava, S.A. 5461 and the Adelaide Office of the Surveyor-General during normal office hours.

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, Scotland Place, Balaklava, S.A. 5461 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.

Dated 16 August 2013.



R. D. Blight, Chief Executive Officer

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



Ahern, Alick Ian, late of 336 Kensington Road, Leabrook, retired teacher, who died on 6 July 2012.

Ballantyne, Hannah Leslie, late of 60 Coorara Avenue, Payneham South, home duties, who died on 12 April 2013.

Ben-Gershon, Ira, late of 411 Anzac Highway, Camden Park, of no occupation, who died on 12 March 2013.

Farr, Lillian Beatrice Elizabeth, late of Leighton Avenue, Klemzig, retired machinist, who died on 12 May 2013.

Franke, Gordon Norman, late of 57 Cottage Lane, Hackham, maintenance engineer, who died on 16 October 2012.

Johnston, Roland Francis, late of 16 Eighth Avenue, Woodville Gardens, retired commercial traveller, who died on 18 July 2013.

Leaney, Mary, late of 63-71 Labrina Avenue, Prospect, retired process worker, who died on 25 June 2013.

Ricketts, Margaret, late of 20 Leron Avenue, Enfield, retired motor mechanic, who died on 24 May 2013.

Ridgard, Elsie, late of 61 Silkes Road, Paradise, widow, who died on 15 July 2013.

Sawicki, Rosemarie Hildegard, late of 40B Reece Avenue, Klemzig, home duties, who died on 15 June 2013.

Schapel, David William, late of 4 Moy Avenue, Warradale, retired court reporter, who died on 11 July 2013.

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 Office of Public Trustee, G.P.O. Box 1338, Adelaide, S.A. 5001, full particulars and proof of such claims, on or before 27 September 2013, otherwise they will be excluded from the distribution of the said estates; and notice is also hereby given that all persons 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 same to the Public Trustee.

Dated 29 August 2013.

D. A. Contala, Public Trustee

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