In the High Court of New Zealand, Hamilton Registry In the matter of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957, and in the matter of the charitable will trust of Lindsay Sangster Rogers, late of Te Awamutu (deceased): Take notice that at 2.15 o'clock on the afternoon of the 19th day of May 1995, pursuant to Part III of the above-mentioned Act, the trustees of the Te Awamutu College will apply to the High Court at Hamilton for an order approving a scheme varying the trust declared by the will of Lindsay Sangster, late of Te Awamutu, deceased, by enabling the residuary estate of the said Lindsay Sangster Rogers being transferred to a separate charitable trust known as The Te Awamutu College (Rogers) Charitable Trust, such trust having power to apply both the capital and the income thereof for the provision of land educational courses for pupils attending Te Awamutu College, the provision of assistance by way of bursaries, scholarships, boarding fees or expenses to assist pupils attending or desirous of attending Te Awamutu College and the erection or contribution to the erection of such hostel or hostels or other boarding establishments as the trustees may think fit to provide accommodation for pupils attending Te Awamutu College. A copy of the said scheme may be inspected at the offices of Gallie Miles, Solicitors, 135 Roche Street, Te Awamutu. Any person desiring to oppose the said scheme shall give written notice of his or her intention so to do to the Registrar of the High Court at Hamilton, to Her Majesty's Attorney-General, care of the Crown Law Office, P.O. Box 5012, Wellington, to the trustees of the Te Awamutu College, care of the above-mentioned firm of solicitors, not less than 7 clear days before the first above-mentioned date appointed for the hearing of this application. Inserted by John Gallie, solicitor for the applicant of the firm of Gallie Miles, 135 Roche Street (P.O. Box 170), Te Awamutu. Telephone: (07) 871 8008. Facsimile: (07) 871 5882, for and on behalf of the Te Awamutu College.