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28 THE AGE THURSDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 1993 Sport Age Mace gets the sack P NICOLE BRADV TheVaxe fell Ihli week on the neck ol Robert Mace, former coach of VFA club Frankston. Mace was officially informed oa Tueaday that the club would be advertising his position. For Mace the dismissal was not so much a surprise as a disappointment. "I knew I was going to be sacked two weeks ago, after the Prahran loss," he said. "We had a tragic end to the year, when we capitulated and lost the double chance, and the committee was not going to put up with that, so therefore the coaeh pays the price." J1?ce expressed distaste for the club's policy of buying players. Frankston received a hefty tine earlier this year, after breaching the player salary cap. CAMP-ON'S THE PIANO- Today & Fri 12.25. 2.40. 4.55. 7.15 & 9.35 KpYAAMSQATSIcFri 11.45pm lale show iiaifji " (NO FH6E UST) TOpAY 11.45am. 2.15. 4.45. 7.10 & 9.30. PHI 11.45am, -TTK. 4.45. 7.10. 9.30 & 1.1 45pm late show ' ' Book by phone or In ' person at the cinema oral jny Austickets outlet (NO FREE LIST) wq TODAY & FRI 11.30am. 2.00, 4.30. 7.00 & 9.30 Bookings open lor first 4 weeks Phone cinema 725 6544 THE FUGITIVEim) Today 1 1 00am. 1 .30, 4.00. 6.45 & 9.15 jwluHrT Today 1.00, 630 & 9.00. J'lWiMll'iKI C I Frt6.50a9.20. Ba ixnStrwBff I sat 11.30, zoo. 430, 7.00 a 930 SINGtES (Ml Man Dillon Today 9.20pm PETEG'S FRIENDS (M). .. Kenneth Bnnaoh...Xodm 7.40Dm MANUFACTURING CONSENT (O) Today 5.30pm SUMO DO. SUMO DON'T (PG) Today 3.40pm INPOCHINE (M) '. Today 1. 00pm! (Ui,ll.'.'IMIHllHifjWM HmWTtlHT SHOWS FRID ft SATURDAY! M '!"?"' I JT - . ..Ill Viitf "am. 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Fd II JM. 1J0. 4.15, (45,9.15 ITHE FUGITIVE M .... loan, fn i.s, .30i SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE(P01 TodtjTI ,1 5. 4 45, 7.00 Frl 4.45, 7.00 ITodjtn .1 5. 4 45, 7.00 Frl 4.45, 7. UURASSIC PARK Today, Fri 1 1 .00, t JO, 4.1 S, (.45, 9.151 TTHE FUGITIVE M Today, Frl 1.20, S.0S (SUEPLESS IN EATTLEipgJ LAST DAW Today, Frl 11.15, 4.00, 7.00 Australian Film Festival Eqjing in Australia The Stage of PinchguH 1959) Cirrtty-urhan drama in which un escaped prisoner (Aldo Ray) hdldifcicge on Fort Dcnison. Tonight, 6:30pm Australian Film Television & Radio School 20th Anniversary liicr tirst hlms by June Campion and Gillian Armstrong. Tbruyb't. 8:30. Admission free Proudly sponsored by Lindemans Classic Dry While liMnrics: Australian Film Institute 696 1844 thf -astor theatre st kilda 510 1414 -Thursday 7.30 pm: delicatessen Oetmootly original and tunny French comedy eat around an odd tenement butding and it I oft-baat inhabnanta. (M) '': PLUS AT 9.30 PM: JAMON-JAMON Innovative SpaiMh comedy-drama a a study of young atereotypei and the romantic entanglemema. With Stefenia SandreK, Anna Ga- Hone, Juan Oieoo. Enori tubulin . (M) Today, 5.10 a 9.05. Fri 5.10. 9.10 & 11.00pm Lata Show 7? i SALOHr-tt-ONMYOWN Today 1.00. Fri 1.00. 7.00 1 Today 7.10. Fri 3.15 (SH CHILDREN OF NATURE hh dahw pooi wtoday 3.1s Socceroos a chance against 'worried' Argentina By LAURIE SCHWAB In the Paraguayan capital of Asuncion, just across the northern border of Argentina, the media has been queueing up for Interviews with Victor Cristaldo, dubbed simply "the Australian". At first they sought merely to exploit the oddity of an Australian playing in Paraguay's major soccer league. But now that Argentina has been confirmed as the Socceroos' opponent in a decisive World Cup qualifying tie, they want to glean from Cristaldo all they can about soccer Down Under. Cristaldo, who played In the Australian national league with Melbourne Croatia and the Premier League with Thomastown, watched Argentina being thrashed by Colombia on Sunday. "It was a great result for the Socceroos," he enthused. "Against WORLD CUP Colombia, they would have had no hope but against Argentina, I believe they can qualify for the finals. "Everything will depend on Australia being lucky enough to have the first leg played in Buenos Aires. Argentina has taken only three points from their last three home games, so Australia could well bold on for a draw and then take the tie by winning In Sydney." But Socceroo coach Eddie Thom son has said he wants the first leg to be played In Sydney, in order to force the Argentines to travel twice. "The Argentine media keeps bringing up Australia's 4-1 win against Argentina in Sydney during the 1988 Bicentennial Gold Cup, saying that Argentina will have to play on that same ground In November. It's obvious they're worried," Cristaldo said. "They've had only one reliable striker, Gabriel Batlstuta, since Claudio Canniggla dropped out over a drugs scandal, and since they lost Diego Maradona, they haven't bad a master playmaker. Maradona has lost 12 kilos and has said he would love to play for Argentina again but that's unlikely." Cristaldo, 26, Is enjoying the lucrative life of a professional footballer with the President Hayes club. "It's like a dream come true," he said. Victor Cristaldo. "Now I know why Australian players try so hard to win contracts overseas. I'd love to be a full-time player In Australia because that's the best place in the world to be, but financially, It's just not possible." His soccer wages In Paraguay are more than three times higher than they were In Melbourne and the cost of living is much lower. He and his wife Cynthia have bought a house and the club has supplied them with a car. Cristaldo was born In Argentina of Paraguayan parents and came to Australia at the age of nine. A former Australian under-19 and under-19 representative, he said he hoped that his success overseas might prompt Thomson to consider adding him to the many other expatriates In the Socceroo squad. Including Frank Farina, Robbie Slater, Ned Zelic and Aurelio Vldmar. "At the very least, I hope an Australian national league club will give me a guest stint during the Paraguayan off-season," he said. Courier and Becker go in Open rout By ROBIN FINN, New York, Wednesday At the US Open, the world's most maligned Grand Slam tournament, the upsets get grander by the day. When the Stadium court transformed Itself into a graveyard for champions again yesterday, the latest victims were none other than the best player in the world, top-seeded Jim Courier, and Boris Becker, seeded fourth. And Courier fell hard. Frustrated, furious, and fumbling through a match he was supposed to cruise through In three sets, Courier spent the afternoon zigglng when he should have zagged, and bowed to 15th-seed Cedric Plollne, of France, 7-5, 6-7 (4-7), 6-4, 6-4 in the fourth round. Becker stumbled against Magnus Larsson, an unheralded and unseeded 23-year-old Swede, 6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5. After a slow start, Becker appeared to gain momentum but fell short. His exit means that either Larsson or unseeded Australian Wally Masur will earn a berth in the semi-finals. Courier was the first top-seeded player to be defeated by a Frenchman since Rene Lacoste defeated Bill' Tilden in 1927, and his elimination guaranteed that the Open will not be won by its top player for the sixth straight year a record. Courier had not been banished from a Grand Slam tournament this early since his third-round exit at Wimbledon last year. Here at the Open, which he entered neck and ' neck with Pete Sampras as a favorite to survive until the final and perhaps beyond, he was a semi-finalist last year and the runner-up in 1991. After his three-hour, 33-minute defeat, Courier vowed to ignore this year's final. Not only did Ploline's handiwork ruin Courier's quest for a second Slam title for 1993, it also stopped the 23-year-old Floridian from becoming the first man since Rod Laver In 1969 to reach the final of all four Grand Slam events in a calendar year. And, adding insult to Injury, If second-seed Pete Sampras should hold to form and reach the final, Courier will be forced to hand the top ranking back to him. "I just wasn't moving too well, was trying to get the blood flowing, Just hoping that I was going to hit some good shots," said Courier. "And Cedric played very well. It's pretty sim-. pie." But Ploline's strategy was more sophisticated than that. With a deceptive serve that poured a dozen aces and countless service winners past a cowed Courier, with a silky volleying style that contrasted sharply with Courier's blunt mechanics, Plollne, a loner who spurned the French Tennis Federation to train with "a ghost" of a coach named Henri Dumont, pinned Courier a stone's throw behind the baseline and kept him there. "Yes, I keep the pressure on him, and he make some mistakes that he is not making every day, but I think that Is because of the pressure," said Plollne, who was the beneficiary of 42 unforced errors by Courier, an amount as atypically high as the No. 1-seeded player's 27 winners were atypically low. New York Times PAGE 29: Open results. . '"? ,VVT T ' immitm I IinBaajaa I I I illJljLi JJliaaMMeaAWyjg v - .: V d y JlaaaaaaaaaaaiBaaaaaaaaiaiaHaiaaaaaaaaaaaiaiaiaaaaMiiaMBiaaaaaaaiaaaaaiiiaaaaaaJ In Brief India tips Australian win India's non-playing tennis captain Naresh Kumar has rated Australia the favorite for the Davis Cup semi-final clash In Chanrigarh from 24 to 26 i September. "We are definitely the underdogs and have only a 30 to 35 per cent chance of making it to the final," Kumar said. i. i Honda keeps Doonan Australian motorcycle star : Michael Dooban will continue to race for Japanese manufacturer Honda in next year's SOOcc world championship series. Doohan, who races in the United States Grand Prix at Laguna Seca near Monterey this Sunday, yesterday announced he had agreed to terms with Honda Racing ' Corporation for 1994. Loe repentant Former All Black prop Richard Loe regrets everything that has happened In the past year following his ban for eye-gouging Otago's Greg Cooper last season. The Walkato prop said If he had his time again he would not have taken his family or rugby through the months of battling the New Zealand Rugby Football Union's ban. The original nine-month ban was reduced to six months. Marseille fights Marseille president Bernard : Tapie has decided to go to the Swiss courts to try to keep his club in this season's European Cup, while French soccer authorities are still dithering over a replacement. A spokesman said the club would ask a court in ' Berne to rule that Monday's decision by the European Football Union to ban the European champion from the 1993-94 competition was illegal. 1 S Africa in box seat South Africa's pace attack ripped through Sri Lanka's batting for a second time to cap a match-winning performance by the tourists on the third day of the -second cricket Test In Colombo. Sri Lanka, faced with a deficit of 327 runs, was struggling for survival at 4-49 at the close in its second innings, still requiring 278 runs to avoid an Innings defeat Soccer thumbs-down Nine months before the United States hosts the World Cup, a survey on US sport popularity shows soccer ranking below such events as log rolling, dog sledding and tractor pulls. Soccer finished tied for 95th of 129 sports mentioned in the study, conducted by the Sports Marketing Group. It's all too much for Jim Courier as he loses yet another point to Cedric Proline. Gardner suspended By COLIN YOUNQ A web of Intrigue surrounds the shock decision by the GMH-funded factory touring car team to yesterday suspend Wayne Gardner for 14 days. As a consequence Gardner, whose future with the team must be in doubt, will miss Sunday's Sandown 500 endurance race and will be replaced by Bathurst winner Allan Grice, 51. But the real test for GMH and its race sponsors is to patch-up Its differences with Gardner prior to next month's Tooheys 1000 at Bathurst. Gardner Is a proud and courageous racer and a team-Imposed suspension such as this, unheard of in international racing, Is unlikely to appeal to his view of fair play. In such circumstances the beginnings of irreparable rifts are often born. Grice, unwanted by every major team including Holden all season, may yet get the Bathurst invitation he desperately seeks If Gardner remains on the outer. This type of disciplinary action sug gests that the 1987 world motorcycle champion has done something wrong, but Holden Racing Team management have not issued reasons for the decision. Gardner's tiff with HRT comes bard on the heels of considerable internal turmoil which earlier In the season resulted In the hurried departure of key personnel Wally Story and Neal Lowe. In a recent restructure driver Tomas Mezera was appointed team manager of HRT, which is owned by Scotsman Tom Walklnshaw and contracted for Holden factory race activity. Gardner said he arrived at team headquarters yesterday and was surprised when told of the suspension by HRT boss John Crennan. "I have never been suspended from a team before in my life. I want to go racing but this is not my call and I'm really disappointed," he said. "They asked me to stay for the weekend but I'm not a good spectator." Ashes hero Hughes vows to be back playing by the new year Australian test bowling star Merv Hughes yesterday vowed to return to top-level cricket In the new year. The lion-hearted fast bowler, who bad knee surgery at the weekend, said he would undertake an extensive training and weight-loss program to ensure he Is available to play again as soon as possible. "If I'm back playing at Christmas time then things are going to schedule," he said. Hughes sustained the Injury on Australia's successful Ashes tour and was surprised to be told after coming out of surgery that he would be sidelined for the remainder of the year. "I felt It during the last Test, I was feeling physically run down but up nntll then I really dldnt notice that much. It had been a little bit painful bat not restricting," he said. "We have to wait for the bone to heal and if it goes well hopefully I'll be back training In about two months. If It doesnt go well It will be three or four months, but I've been told not to expect to play until after Christmas." FIVE months ago the Test career of lanky Australian pace bowler Bruce Reid appeared to be finished when he underwent yet another operation this time for tendinitis In his bowling shoulder. But since the April operation, Reld has endured a torrid fitness campaign to be in peak condition for the start of the new season. And the 34-year-old has declared he Is in the best shape of his life. "I've put on about five kilograms and I can feel that I'm stronger," Reid said. "This has really been the first preseason work I have ever done because most of the time I have been recovering from injury or going under the surgeon's knife. And I can say that I'm as fit now as any other time in my career." Cup hopes diminish By ANDREW EDDY There were no surprise omissions when first declarations for the Caul-field and Melbourne cups were taken yesterday. As expected, some of the biggest names In Australasia including Never Undercharge, The Phantom Chance, Rough Habit, Riva Diva and Durbridge were among those on the casualty list. After yesterday's declarations, 162 horses were left In the Melbourne Cup eight down on last year. The Caulfield Cup had 159, down 10. The biggest surprise was that injured mare Mahaya was left in the Caulfield Cup. Mahaya missed last Saturday's Chelmsford Stakes In Sydney because of a leg injury and trainer Grahame Begg said then that she would not run at Caulfield. Mahaya was left In the Melbourne Cup. Flemington trainer Gerald Ryan said Australian Derby winner Dance The Day Away would miss the cups after bowing a tendon last week. As expected. Never Undercharge and The Phantom Chance, who were well fancied in early cups' betting, will be aimed at the welght-for-ege W. S. Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. Lee Freedman and John Sadler paid up for three-year-olds in the cups. Although, Mighty Kingdom, in 1979 was the last three-year-old to win the Caulfield Cup, Freedman and Sadler; paid up for Mahogany and Laureati Prince, respectively. 1 Sadler kept staying filly Fine Reel-;; pe In both cups, ' . Freedman said last night that Mahogany was a very doubtful runner in the Caulfield Cup And Sadler said Laureat Prince and Fine Recipe were unlikely starters. . All but one of the six northern1 hemisphere-trained horses were left in the Melbourne Cup. The Give Brit-tain-trained Shambo, who bled recently, was a casualty. PAGE 29: Cup declarations. THURSDAY, t SEPTEMBER, IMS HIGH COURT (No. 2 Court, 9.45. fun Court Par i heard: Accident Comonta-tron Commission and others v. C. E. Heath Underwriting & Insurance (Australia) Pty Lid and others. Accident Compensation Commission v, Baltic General Insurance Co. Ltd. (Not before 1 1 am). For hearing; Arnold v. Crimes Compensation Tribunal. (No. 3 Court, Before His Honour Justice Deane, not before 11.00). - Grollo and others v. Peter Macauley. Commissioner of the Australian federal Police and others. Re: Peler Macaulev. Commissioner of the Australian Federal Poltce and others. Ei Parte: Grollo and others. SUPREMC COURT Acweal DlvbJon (6th Court. Mr Justice Fullagar, Mr justice Marks and Mr Justice Smith. 10.0) - Nelson Tobacco PL v Comm. of Business Franchises Cor Judgment). (6th Court, Mr stke Fullagar, Mr Justice Marks and Mr Justice Ormiston. 10.30) Kamtl Ciiport (Aust) PL v N.P.L (Aust) PL (Two Matters) (Pt. Hd.). Crime (3rd Court, Mr Justice Southwell, 10.30) R. v Dung Peter Nguyen (Trial) (Pt. Hd.). (12th Court, Mr Justtce Teague, 10.0) R. v Ahtla Erdei (For Mention); R. v Ashley Coulston (Pt. Hd.). (4th Court. Mr Justice McDonald. 10.30) R. Robert John Airey (For Mention). (2nd Court, Mr Justice tames, 10.30) R. v Clinton Rodney Jensen (Pt. Hd). Causes (9th Court, Mr justice Gobbo, 11.0) - Podbury v Wilder & Moses (A Firm) (Pt. Hd.). OOlh Court. Mr Justice Hampe., 10.30) - Pedler v Rumble A Ors (Pt. Hd.j. J 18th Court. Mr Justice Nathan, 10,30) -Gray & Anor v Ritossa. (4th Court, Mr Justice McDonald, 10.30) -Sheraton w Albeth PL (In Lltt.) (For Mention). (Court 7B, Mr Justice Smith. 10.30) - Alucraft P.L v Grrxon Ltd. (Pt. Hd.). (flth Court, Mr Justice Coldrey, 10.30) Evans v McDonald Diving Enterprises PL A Ot (Pt. Hd... 111th Court. Mr Justice Byrne. .0.30) - C-G Customs v lavakody (Pt. Hd.). (Listing Listing Master, iu.ju; v Fleet Faroe A Ore Me Fill v Fleet Forge A Ors. (4th Court, Mr Justice McDonald, 4. IS) - Sutherland A Anor v Payne (For Mention). (17lh Court, Mr Justice Hayne, 10.30) -Groundcover Fertiliser PL v Dynamic Lifter Pi jPj. Hd.). ((11th Court, Mr Justice Byrne, 9.30) - BNberen Inmimentl PL v Bruce Henderson PL. . PrecUce Ceurt (16th Court, Mr Justice Beach, lU.JUJ rrooait Dusinvui rrv IKC lOUM Business, Mr ktitice Aihlev. Appkutlons; Practice it Dusinvssi rw-ess. (IStrt Court. ,y, lO.JO) -dice Court Btfv- Masten (7th Court, Senior Master, 10.30) Company Winding uo Motions: Oldala PL; Hornet Aviation PL; H. M. Fashions PL; Heidelberg United Alexander Soccer Club Ltd; Yacht Master PL. Company Applications (Not for Winding up): California PL v Milan Kunac; H.S. (Aust) PL (Formerly Harris Signs (Australia)) PL (In Liquidation). (Court No. 1, 1st Floor, 471 It. Bourke St., Master Wheeler, 10.1 5) Consent Applications. ( 1 0.3O) General Applications. (Room G7, Ground Floor Supreme Court Building, Not before 2. IS) Yuroagul Baskara v Mont Parne Km t ting Mills Pl; Urgent Applications. Cafever Of Ovtt Cases The Supreme Court intends to establish a list (the long causes list) dedicated to the efficient disposal of cases, the trait of which is expected to last 20 sitting davi or more. Cases allocated to the long causes list will be allocated a fixed commencement date for hearing. So that the project may proceed as expeditiously as possible, the Court reauires relevant information about all cases listed in the printed list as at 1 September, 1993, including those cases to be called over on Wednesday IS September, 1993. Callovers will be conducted by Mr Justice Harper and Master Kings in the 13th Court of the Supreme Court as follows: Wednesday 15 September, 1993 at 9.30 am. Any proceedings fixed for trial between 1 September 1993 and 14 September, 1993 and marked "no reached", jury List. Causes List 1 40. And at 11.30 air. Causes List 41-100. Thursday 7 October, 1993. at 9.30 am. Any proceeding fixed for trial between 15 September, 1W3- FprUntari Miinlrlnal nrt Shire Council Employees Union of Australia and City of Melbourne re dismissal. For Conference. Board of Reference M. J. Boland, Deputy Industrial wurar, c.oj. o noi. ju-ju:, tonan Local Authorities Interim Award 1991 - The Association of Professional Engineers and Scien- Laird, Andrew Cunningham and Martin Wong. (Conference Room 4. Level 33, Mr I. McKenzie. 10.00). - C No. 31653 of 1993: Western Hospital and Australian Nursing Federation re roster changes. For Conference. tMPlOVM RELATION COMMISSION Of VICTORIA Levels 17, IS and 20. Nauru (Hearing. Room 1, Level 16, President 5. J. Zeitt, Deouty President Lane and Commissioner Stewien, 10.30.) - Aooeal by E, J. Robert Jesser against AwardOrder Determination made or given on 1 June 1993 by Commissioner Luckman. He: Utsmnsal ot K. lesser by Donson Industries (H). Appeal by Ronald Stephens against the AwardOrderDetermination made of R. Stephens by Miden Pacific Pty Ltd (H). Commission Member WtlnaAloiM (Hearing Room 4, Level 18, Deputy President Garlick. 11,30.) -Dismissal - McCallumK. L. bowling & Co (hearing). (Hearing Room 2, Level 18, Commissioner Burke.) Clothing and Footwear Shops: (9.4S.) - Dismissal Aswanl-Myer Melbourne (C). Higher Education General Staff: (10.45.) -Dismissal - SchlesingerMonash University (C), Building Services: (IMS.) - Dismissal - Williams-Santar Pty Ltd (Bruce Fisher) (C). (Hearing Room 8, level 17. Commissioner Turner.) Plastic Moulding: (9.00.) Dismissal Croning-Styhjs Marketing (C). Clerical and puler Systems Pty Ltd (C). General .: u.ia. u'smiuei var- r iv.i. (.omrnfircMi (3.15 1 Chvniiul iwi, and b October, 1993 and Diunliul rardSafeway (C). Commercial nvwiers: 13. is. marked "not reached". Causes List 101-1 50. no at 11. .warn, causes List 151-200. Friday 6 October, mi, ai (.auses lisi 250. And at 11.30 am. Causes List 251- balance of list. It is therefore an absolute requirement that the practitioner responsible tor the case attend at the ea Hover at the time and date allocated and then be in a position to inform the Court whether the case is a long case" as defined above. If it is, the practitioner win aw xptiu tu provide the Court with all relevant information, including but not necessarily confined to: (i) the expected duration ot the trial: (II) whether mediation is or pre-trial directions are desired; (lit) the degree of urgency which attends the completion of the litigation; (iv) whether there Is any reason why the case should not be allotted a fixed commencement day and t fixed number of days of hearing: (v) whether liability might be determined before any question of dam-ages; (vi) whether the case is otherwise susceptible of being dealt with by determining discreet issues ol tact or law separately from ""fcoWAl COUM 450 Little Bourke Street Court 2. Justice Northrop, 10,00 (Judgment): Hugh Rott Somervllle v Australian Securities Commission anrl nlhart AN? ElKUtOrt A Trustee Co Ltd v Australian Securities Commission and others. Day Ntetson Jenkins Atohns v Australian Securities Commission and others. Court 2, Justice, Meerey. 10.15: (Directions List): Catherine tniaoem wnuing inu mwiywi Torino Paolaccl and others (Arte larwM snri nnlirsk af motion In DLl Ausmo Pty Ltd v Servian Machine Toots Ply Lid and others (direc tions list and notice of motion). 1 Lantech Inc. v First Green Park Pty Ltd and others. Skilled Engineering Pty Ltd v Techniskil Australia Pty Ltd and another. Mcintosh A Company Holdings Limited and others v Mocom Systems Pty Ltd and others. Thy Nga Enterprises Pty Ltd (formerly known as Saigon ! News Pty Ltd) v To Vanh Hanh and others. Robert Edward Towan v Commonwealth Trading Bank Ltd. )bi Lime uounte ireei Court 4, Registrar Agnew, 9.45 (Creditors Petitions) He: Oranam Andrew Beveridge. Ex Parte: American Express International Inc. Re: R. W. (Mr) Soloman. Ex Parte: Nelson Parkhill BOO Services Pty Ltd. Re: Ian Wayne Pockran, Ex Parte: Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited. Re: Michael Ennis Bridge. Ex Parte: Richard Pennkott. Re: Daniel James Flem ing, tx pane: tnei usirei-a riy Ltd. Re: Nicholas M. Elias. Ex Par- American txpress imernauonti Re: Leon Clark. Ex Parte: Wayne Williams A Teresa ReiMy. Re: Peter Dawson. Ex Parte: Alcan Australia Limited. Re: Trevor Neil Crisp, Adrian Drummond Walsh, Ex Parte: Watty I Australia Pty Ltd. He: George COPe. ex rant; auv Technology Pty Ltd. Re: Kevin Lawrence Archibald, Hendrika Johanna Archibald. Graham Frederick Watts. Barbara Elizabeth Watts. Ex Pacte: IOOF Building Society Ltd. Re: Stephen Horvath. Ex Parte: Diners Club Limited. Re: Stanley Mathews. Ex Parte: Adamopoulos, John and Manna Filopoulos, Peter Elenl. (Applications). Re: Peter Cameron Paul nainoay. ioum , Registrar Agnew 12.00: (Permission to Travel Application): Re: Stephen P. Jackson, Stephen Jackson. Court 5. Registrar Wood, 2.15: (Public Examination under 5.81): Re: Raymond Joseph Shaw. Re: Brian Caldow. FAMILY COURT 570 Bourke Street (Court 6, 6th Floor, Justice Strauss, 10.00. - Bishop. (Court 1, 4th Floor, Justice Joike, 10.00). -Kominakls. (Court 7, 6th Floor, Justice Smi triers, 10.00). - Walker, Dunne. (Court 2, 4th Floor, Justice Butler, 10.15). - Hungier, Hoang A Wong. (Court 5, 6th Floor, Justice Hase. 10.00). - Furmanciyk. i Court 10. 11th Floor. Registrar idney. 10.00). - Baird, Laruccia, Mail A Cetm. Visscher, Frenn A Angouras, Tomarchio, Patsahdn, Farrell A Bnffa, Pappai, Ryan, Rose. Stankov A Karchemikaya. Parsons, Stephens A Fletcher-Sav age, OU Visit, rralifr, U'.JW, Zdybei A Brennan, Thompson, Caly VOPOUto. iMOse e nvn, nnutvn, Groves, Griffin, Oanflgne, EHu, Cooksey A Berkley, Rosengren. iVnnvjn. Ronan. Elder. (Court 9. 11th Floor, Deputy Registrar Burke. 9.45). - Neil. Asoak, Werner. Gedetes, Tanner, Hyman, Bu-shell. Hajduk, Egleton A Ewart, Gay, Rowlands, McGilt, McKenile m WeW, BUIJf, rail". - 53 Robinson "st'retl, Dandenorvfl (Court 4, Justice Wilciek, 10.00.) - ProtuNpac. (Court 3, Justice Mu-shin, 10.00.) - Cox and Kelly. (Court 2, Judicial Registrar Rams-den, 10.00.) - Munroe and Hay-ball, Munn and Smith, Reeves and Stoker, Massey, Davey. (Court 5, Directions Hearing List, 9.45.) (ansen, Zelni, Scrtubach, Johnson, lizk, Linabury and Charles-Lina-bury, O'Hara and Holmes, Raftos, Morgan, Cetnar, Rotteveel, Johnson, Ford. (Court 5. Dissolution List, 2.15.) - Johnson, Silvester, Watson, Walker, Kubic. O'Beirne, Hey don and Sinkowitsch, Post. COUNTY COURT Courts 1-25: 223 WHHam Street Courts 26-35: 565 Lonsdale Street Practice Court n (CI. 6, judge F. B. LewisMaster Patkin. Taxations (Heard before Registrar Ground Floor. 223 William Street, 11.45.) - Plazanic v Hauler. Worfccover List (Ct. 23. Judge Rendu, 10.30.) -Neborski v VWA, Ko v VWA (Mention), VWA v Lalor (Judgment). (Ct. 24. Judge Shillito, 10.30.) - Chalkladakis v VWA, Chalkiadakis v Stanley Works PL, State of Victoria v Mitchell (Mention), Old v VWA (Mention). Jury and Causes (CI. 26, Judge Murdoch, 10.30.) - Air Repair Services PL v N A C Finance A Invest PL (Part Heard). (Ct. 27. judge Villeneuve-Smith, 10.30.) - Still v Emmerson A Another (Part Heard). (Ct. 28, Judge Campton, 10.30.) Anstev v State of Victoria (Part Heard). (Ct. 29. Judge Meagher, 10.30.) -Barberio v Aust. Bicentennial Auth. A Another (Part Heard). (Ct. 30, Judge Strong, 10.30.) - Van Ristell M.T.A. (Part Heard). (Ct. 31. udge Hassett, 10.30.) - Melonl v InvKta Group Ind. PL (Part Heard). (Ct. 32, Judge Ross. 10.30.) - Miles v Clamp Electrical Services PL (Part Heard). (Ct. 32, Reserves, 10.30.) - Tlras A Others v CCA Beverages PL (Mention), Marchesi & Another v Vic Rock Foundation Lid. A Another (Priority), Currency House PL v Murdoch A Others (Priority), Coburn v Han-nlng A Another. Moss v Nippon-denso Aust. PL. Carvana v MATA, Allen v Vk Egg Marketing Board. (Ct. 33. Judoe Cullilv. JQ.30,1 -kutciycki v Metalex PL (Part Heard). (Ct, 34, Judge Dee. 10.30.) - Young v Fmemores PL (Part Heard). (Ct. 35. Judge Balmford, 10.30.) Barson A Another v Brush A Others (Part Heard). The full crime list has not been printed because ol a technical diftt- UIaVsTRAIIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION Levels 33-39, 60 Collins Street Full Bench, Justice Maddern, President. Vice President Moore, Senior Deputy President Keogh, Senior Deputy President Marsh. 1 Deputy President Harrison, Commissioner Cox. Commissioner Smith, Court 1. Level 39: C Nos 21306, 21307. 319S4. 70017, 90129 and 90130 of 1992 and 30105-30108 of 1993 and 21726 ot 1992. 10.30 am: Hotels, Resorts and Hospitality Industry Award 1992. Motels, Accommodation and Resorts Award 1992. Association Draughting, Supervisory, Technical Employees (ACT) Superannuation Award 1986, Aberfoylt Ltd (Superannuation) Award 1967, Woolclassers Award 1990, Insurance Industry Superannuation 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Awards 1968 re Superannuation S.I 07 references. Australian Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union and A. R. Northern Cleaning Service and others re wages and conditions. Part heard. Full Bench, Deputy President Pontes, Deouty President Williams, Commissioner Holmes, Court 6, Level 37, C No 21007 of 1993. 10.30 am: Appeal by Australian Rail, Tram and Bus Industry Union against decision of Fogarty C ol 30693 In C Nos 30829. 3017893 re dismissal Of employees. Vice President Moore, Court 3, Level 36, D no 30050 of 1993, 4.30 pm: An application under 5.104 of the Industrial Relations Act 1986 by the Gas Industry Salaried Officers Federation (or consent to alter rules re alteration ol eligibility rules. For further men- of 1993. 10.15 am: Transport Workers Union and AAA Atlas Transport and others re wages and conditions (log of claims). Part heard. Deputy President Harrison, Court 4. Level 36, C No 31721 od 1993. 9.15 am: Australia Post (Senior Managers) Interim Award and Australia Post PSU Award re classifications and salary rates. (Court 12, Commissioner Nolan, Level 33. 10.30) - C No 3 1664-31669 of 1993 - Plumbing Industry (Old A WA) Award 1979: Plumbing Trades (Southern States) Construction Agreement 1979; Sprinkler Pipe Fitters Award 1975; Plumbing Industry (New South Wales) Award 1983: Plumbing Industry (Australian Capital Territory) Award 1982: Plumbing Industry (Vk tonan Government Departments. Instrumentalities and Public Hospitals) Award 1963. (3.30) - C No 31722 ol 1993 - K-Crele Construction and Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union re former employees of K-Crete Construction. For Conlerence. (Court 13. Commissioner Peterson, Level 33. 10.00) - C No 31679 Of 1993 - S.134 application by Brambles Australia Ltd and The Transport Workers Union ol Australia to certify re Cleanaway (Victoria) Brunswick Domestic Employees Agree-'W.JS?3- L-,5J - C No 31660 of 1993 - S.I34 abdication by Brambles Australia Ltd and The Transport Workers Union of Australia to certify re Cleanaway (Victoria) Werribee Domestic Employees Agreement 1993. (Court 9, Commissioner Lewln, Level 34, 2.15) - C Nos 30027. 30026, 30029. 30030, 30031 A ,30032 of 1993 - Shop, Distributee and Allied Employees Association and Angus and Robertson Book World and others re wages and conditions 1 Log oi v.wmj. ran neara, iouri 10, Commissioner Simmonds. Level 34, 9.00) - C No 50049 of 1993 United Firefighters Union of Australia and State Of New South Wales in Right of the Crown and others re salaries and conditions (Log of Claims). For Conference. (10.30) - C No 20954 of 1993 -BHP Steel Coated Products Division Western Port Tradesperson Award 1989 re award coverage lor trade-spersons. Part Heard. (Court 11, Level 34, Commissioner McDonald, 9.00). - C No. 21195 ol 1993: Federation Of Industrial, Manufacturing and Engineering Employees and Explosives Haulier Pty Ltd and another rt wages and conditions In the defence industry (Log ol Claims). For Finding ol Dispute. (Court 14. Level 33, Commissioner Bryant. 10.30). - C No. 31726 ol 1993: Federated Municipal and Shire Council Employees Union of Australia and City of Melbourne re redundancies MoorhouseHolstar (C). (Hearing Room 9. Level 17, Commissioner Hastings.) Residential Care Workers: (9.30.) - Dismissal -Schol l mever Association for Severely Handicapped and Family Rebel (CV PRIMA PACK HtARIHOt Dismissal Chief Commission Administration 01 Ik tr (Hearing Room 3, Level 18.) 9.00 93W10 PerryAsset Backed Securities. 9.45 930355 Bio-dornW R Grace Australia Lid, 10.30 930489 MogfordH. J. Heinz Company Australia Ltd. 11.15 930490 LargeFederation or Industrial Manufacturing A Engineering, 12.00 nn 930491 Hoerd-lerMerritts Catering. 1.30 930492 SkinnerTar I Pty Ltd, 2.15 93049! 049jD! tt, 3.00 Australia lykslraMt Evelyn Supermarket, 3.00 930494 lam commercial rur-3.45 om 930495 NeillR. G. Ladd Pty Ltd. 4,30 vvu riy 930597 GauclDavldS Ltd. STATI CORONER'S OFFICE Monday, 27 September. (Mel bourne Coroner's Court, 10.00). awceii, Lfuncan, ems, Tuesday 28 September: Lewin. Fawcett, r.wvnn TimtrJj iwieiDOUrne coroner uourt, 10.00). - Lewin, Fawcett, Duncan, Ellis. Gwynne. Wednesday 29 September: (Melbourne Coroner's Court, 10.00). Lewln, Fawcett. Duncan, Ellis, Gwynne. Thursday 30 September: (Melbourne Coroner's Court. 10.00). - Lewln, fawcett, Duncan, Ellis, Gwynne. Friday ( October: (Melbourne Coroners Court, '0.00).- Lewln. Fawcett. AOMvNISl'RATi'vi APPf ALS TRIBUNAL COMMONWEALTH 09 AUSTRALIA 451 Little Bourkt Street (Hearing Room 7, Level 4, Deputy President Gerber.) Telephone Directions Hearing: 9.00 VT9372 (VT9373. VT9374, VT9375. v 1 ya ro, v 1 s a 1 1). uirecnonj Hearing: 9.30 VT 92271 (VT92276. (Hearing Room 10. Level 6, Deputy President Forrest.) - Directions Hearing: 9.30 V 92621 Uebergang and Telstra Corporation Limited. Stay Hearing: 2700 V 93754 Dept. of Social Security and Mooney, 2.30 V 93764 Dept. of Social Security and Shaw, 3.00 V 93755 Dept. ol Security and Hussein. (Before Senior Member Dwyer, by telephone.) Telephone Directions Hearing: 3.uu w sijuj rianeny ana Australian Postal Corporation. (Hearing Room 8. Level 5, before Senior Member Dwyer. Dr Sutherland, Member, Mr R. C. Glllham, Member.) - Resumed Hearing: 10.15 V 92363 Bashtannyk and Comcare Australia. (Hearing Room 11, Level 6, Senior Member Handler.) Stay - Hearing: 9.30 V 93706 Dept. Ol Social Security and Cooper. 10.00 V 93756 Dept. of Social Security and Abdelahad, 10.30 V 93736 Dept. 01 social security and Kinnc (Hearing Room 11. Level 6, Senior Member Handler.) - Stay Hear- it. uu v tuvbi oept. 01 so cial Security and Cester, Telephone Conference: 3.00 V 93529 Farm!-talia Carlo Erba Pty Ltd and Therapeutic Goods Administration. (Before Senior Member Commodore Gibbs, Melbourne.) Telephone Directions Hearing: 9.30 V 92679 Fodor and Dept. ot Social Security. AOMSMSTRATIVI APPEALS TRIBUNAL OT VICTORIA 500 CoEtrn Street General ft Taxation DIvWom 9th Floor (Mr Galvin, Deputy President, 9.30.) - Decision: Gyett v T.A.C. (Judge Fagan, President, 10,0.) Hearing: Haian v T.A.C. (1st of 2 days). (Ms Rosen, 10,0.) - Hearing: Scott v CSV. (4th of 5 days). (Mr McCarthy, Deputy. President, 10.0.) Hearings: Forcadell y A.C.C. (Krinsky PL), (1st of 2 days): Johannsen v V.W.A, to be heart! at 55 King St.. Level 5, Room 15. (Registrar, Preliminary ConferencesDirections Hearings, Following Conferences to commence at 10.0.) Lender y T.A.C.; Nguyen v T.A.C: Gerantiou v T.A.C; Green v T.A.C; Teller v T.A.C: (9.30. phone) - Harris v T AX. 19.45 phone) - Saunders v T.A.C. (Registrar, Preliminary Conferences, Following Conferences to commence at 10.0.) - Marx v T.A.C.; Atkinson v T.A.C; Rhode v T.A.C.; Dully v T.A.C: Klptoy T.A.C: Rawlins V T.A.C.I (9.30. pnone) - scnurvHuraw (9.45 phone) - O'Sullivan v 10th Ptewr (9.0.) - Mr Webb. Deputy Pre-fWnt HW Channel 7 Ptv. Ltd. A Others v City ol South Melbourne Bush 1 City ol Camberwell (Direc tions). (10.0.) - Mr weoo, uepuiy President A Mr Logan, Matani Hokfngs Ply. Ltd. v 5hlrt of ja-kenhem: Mr Marsden, Anlro Pty, valley; Mr Wilkinson, The Redundancy Payment Central Fund Ltd. v City ol Melbourne; Dr Mainwarlng, Buckle Outdoor Advertising Pty. Ltd. v City ot South Melbourne. Crimes Coma. nation TrtMmal (Tribunal 1 sitting at . Baliaral, 9.30). - 9303260. (Tribunal 2 sitting at Geelong, 9,1 5). 9301944. (9.30).- 9301306. (Tribunal 3 sitting at Maryborough. 9.30).- 9301822. (9.45). -9302913. (Tribunal 4 sitting at Pranran, 9. 1 5). 9201 570, (9.30). - 9203721. (10.00). -9204713. (10.30). - 9203729. (11.00). - 9101339. (11.30). -9202567. (2.00). - 9302776. (3.30). - 9203220. (Tribunal 5 siuing at nangaraiia. ira l Wanoarj 9302816. (9.45). (10.00). - 930271 9205538. 01.00). - (11.30). - 9205065. (11.3 9205fcV (11.321. 4?0 (11.33). - 9205068. (12.00). -9205539. (2.00). - 9205764. 44h Floor. 99 Queen Street (2.15) Hearing concerning Noel G. Tregent and Brian H. Tre- CRCtMT TRIBUNAL I PlaMW. SOI ftAurWf,! (Mr M. Levin. Chairman. - Morgan v S. R. J. Nominees Ply tOtri Floor, 601 ftourte Street r rvt. Levine, uwrman, 1 l.u; iroan v S. R. I. Nominees Ptv Lid (preliminary Hearing): Barr v Australia A New Zealand Banking uroup iruriner rrenmmiry Hear ing): Richards v Melbourne Money riy Of Corporation v Various Ply Ltd (Prehearing Conference). i.juj musi rii ig Conference) lian Guarantei irious Debton fl). (2.1S) -poretion Ltd eotora (Furtr imlnary Hearing). LlOUOft LtCINMNO. COMMISSION VICTORIA tearing Room 1. 1st FIc antee ibton g'reitminary rearing), (z.l! ustom Credit Co mora t Ion Lyncn a various ueoiori (runner (Hearing Room 1. 1st Floor, 10.30) Preliminary Conference Application For A Restricted Club Licence - Forest Hill Football Club, Fraier Place (Forest Hill Reserve! Fnrwtt Hill. (He fins Rorun Floor. 11.00) - Mention Hearing - Application For Variation - Manhattan Hotel, Cnr Canterbury A Heatherdale Road, Rlngwpod. (Hearing Room 1. 1st Floor, 2.00) Preliminary Conference Application Pursuant to. Section 1. 125 sw (Directions). (9.30.) - Mr Ball, Deputy president, Lynne Renneoy- Don't miss the new color real estate lift-out each week in Wednesday's 'Age'. THE AGE REAL ESTATE

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