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Vol 8 No 21

Mavis Blackie holds the miniature Bible ready for the Heritage Book Sale.

Heritage For Sale

By Jessica Howard
The St Andrews Uniting Church Hall will feature a century of books between 1850 and 1950, at the Heritage Book
Sale over the coming long weekend.
A variety of childrens books and other treasures of the
ages will be on sale, with all proceeds going to Frontier
Services.
Mavis Blackie, from the Uniting Church has generously
provided the books, with an exception of one or two, from
her own antique collection.

I have been collecting these books for many years, and


some of them are really quite rare, Ms Blackie said.
We always have book stores at our Church fates, but this
one is my own contribution.
With a variety of different books, collectors can be enticed
by old assortments of annuals and school papers from the
late 1800s, along side old classics such as
The History of the Fairchild Family by Mary Sherwood,
and a miniature three and a half centimetre bible.
I also have quite a few series, a very delightful set of books
are on offer called the Bessie Books by Joanna Mathews.

There will be lots of little treasures, so Im hoping I can find


a few interested buyers.
All proceeds will be in aid of Frontier Services, a major
charity to people in remote Australia.
This is a very worth while organisation, we are helping
not only aboriginals, but miners and their families, kindergartens, aged care and those making a living in tourism,
Ms Blackie said.
The Book Sale will run from June 7 9 at 10am until 4pm.
Cash Sales only. For more information contact Mavis on
5367 3023.

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News

Claims killer met


in library
CORRECTIONS Victoria has denied
ever holding parole meetings with
convicted murderer Steven James
Hunter at the Lerderderg Library.
Last week during an interview
with the mother of murder victim
Sarah Cafferkey, Noelle Dickson, the
Moorabool News learned that parole
meetings with Ms Cafferkeys killer had
been held at the main public library in
Bacchus Marsh.
Ms Dickson said shed been told a lot
of Mr Hunters parole meetings had
been held at the library rather than
the police station and that Bacchus
Marsh police had no knowledge that
the serious high risk offender had been
placed in the local community.

Edward ODonohue (Victorians


Minister for Corrections and Crime
Prevention) was red-faced when I
confronted him with this knowledge.
He couldnt deny it, Ms Dickson said.
However this week a spokesperson for
Corrections Victoria said: Corrections
Victoria does not hold parole meetings
in the Bacchus Marsh public library.
Corrections staff never held meetings
with Hunter in the library.
The spokesperson also denied that
Bacchus Marsh police were kept in
the dark about Hunters placement
in the community. All parole
information goes to (relevant) police
in the mornings. Over the last three
to four years weve strengthened our
information sharing with Victorian
police.
Steven Hunter

Reforms a small step for landowners


Last week Victorian planning minister Matthew
Guy announced sweeping
changes to Victorias bushfire planning regulations.
The
changes
recommended by the Black Saturday Royal Commission
have been designed to give
greater certainty to residents and landowners in
bushfire designated areas
across Victoria.
Mr Guy said he has adopted reforms that will allow
alternative safety measures
and sensible safety regulations to be considered,
which could enable people to build on land with

a higher Bushfire Attack


Level (BAL) rating.
We want everyone to be
able to get to the permit
process, where its then
considered on its merits.
Beyond that its the responsibility of their local council, he said.
People can now have alternative solutions to meet
the bushfire regulations.
Key features of the reforms
include allowing people
to build private bushfire
bunkers as an alternative
safety measure; allowing
vegetation clearance to
achieve defendable space;
ensuring the assessment of

bushfire risk is consistent


with the Australian Standard; allowing more sensible
bushfire safety measures
in new master-planned
estates,
and;
allowing
homes to be built on infill
lots surrounded by other
dwellings.
We now believe we have
got a level of advice to get
people to first base. We
wanted to make sure we got
these changes right. The
changes I believe are fair
and reasonable, Mr Guy
said.
He said a new $700,000 assistance fund would also
enable affected landowners

and councils to streamline


planning processes.
Victorians
make
informed decisions about
living in areas of bushfire
risk, and take responsibility
for the risks of living in that
environment, he said.
These changes will help
Victorians address the
challenges of living in
bushfire prone areas. It
will see common sense return to planning decision
making.
Moorabool mayor Paul
Tatchell said it strikes a
blow for common sense in
the world of one size fits all
policy making!.

ACTION
Want to make a difference in your community?
Moorabool Shire Council are looking for
a group of young people aged 12 to 25
years, to be part of the decision making
process of Council and have a say on
issues affecting local young people.
These issues could include: events and
entertainment, health and well-being,
education and employment or how the
community perceives young people.
This is your chance to have a voice and
tell us what young people want, to be
a leader, to learn a range skills and to
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We will provide a fun and FREE 2 day
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ART SHOW & SALE


LONG WEEKEND IN JUNE
The Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh
44th Art Show and Sales
7, 8 and 9 June
Shire Hall, Main Street
Gala Opening Night Friday 6 June 7pm - Drinks and delicious
finger food at $30 per person.

Phone 0411 412 846


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Profits to local projects and


organisations including the SES
and Guides & Scouts Association.

Beth Haywood was awarded First Prize in the Best Local Artist category last year for Dingo Whispers.
Photo Helen Tatchell

Gearing up for huge art display


By Jessica Howard
Artists from across the
country will showcase their
works at the 44th annual
Rotary Club Art Show in
Bacchus Marsh.
With over 550 entries expected from Queensland
and New South Wales, to
Hamilton, Yea and the local
Moorabool area, the annual event is considered to be
the pre-eminent art show of
the district.
Mediums include two
stone statues, hand painted

glass, linocuts, and scratchboard, with plenty of watercolours, oils and pastels.
Winners will be determined by guest judge Beckett Rozentals, the assistant
curator at Australian Art,
and organiser of several
National Gallery of Victoria
projects.
Committee
chairman
of the Rotary Club, Alan
Morton said its great to
see people being creative
and thinking outside of the
square.
Although fundraising is

an important part of the


show, one of the biggest
drivers is seeing the wider
community getting involved; they all love to see
some of the art works Mr
Morton said.
There is a really big crosssection of young, middle
aged and older people that
are getting involved, and
this has been the case for
years. With about 1000
people attending, its really
pleasing to see the range of
places the artists are coming from; its not just the
local community, but all

metropolitan areas, and interstate too.


The Gala Opening Night
kicks off on Friday June 6,
starting at 7pm with drinks
and delicious finger food at
$30 per person.
Meanwhile, the artwork
will be showcased from
Saturday 7 and Sunday 8
June at 10am 5pm, and
Monday 9 June 10am 4pm.
All profits will be directed
to local projects and organisations including the
SES and Guides & Scouts
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A good ear is
listening
DEATH is never a pleasant
conversation, but it was the
main topic discussed over
coffee and cake at Djerriwarrh Health Services last
week.
Palliative care nurse Pam
Ryan said Djerriwarrh held
a new venture called The
Death Cafe during Palliative Care Week from May 25
to 31. It opens up the conversation in a safe, supportive environment.
Being diagnosed and living with a terminal illness
is one of the hardest, if not
the hardest thing a person,
their family and carers will
ever have to go through in
their life. Palliative care
services aim to support
people in a holistic manner
throughout this journey,
Ms Ryan said.
The theme for this years
Palliative Care Week was
Palliative Care is everyones business: Lets work
together.
Djerriwarrh Health Services CEO Bruce Marshall
said palliative care was the
specialist care for people
with a life limiting illness.
It is holistic care, addressing the physical and medical needs, as well as the
emotional, social, cultural
and spiritual needs of the ill

person, their family, carers


and community.
Terminal
illness
affects the entire community. When we consider that
each person affected has at
least five family members,
friends, carers and colleagues, terminal illness
affects more than 320,000
people each year. This is
equivalent to the entire
population of Canberra.
Mr Marshall said many
Australians were unaware
of the palliative care services available to them in their
own community.
Djerriwarrh Health Services provides community
palliative care, with access
to palliative care units at
the Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital.
The team of nurses, social
workers, and allied health
workers collaborate closely
with clients and local general practitioners. The
team also incorporates the
services of the two regional
palliative care physicians
and a nurse practitioner
who are based in Ballarat, but visit our region
regularly.
For further information
about palliative care, or
the Death Cafe, in Bacchus
Marsh phone 5367 2000.

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The Moorabool News 3 June, 2014 Page 7

Closing Exhibition and Sale


The Gordon Edgerton GallerieshosteditsClosingExhibition and Sale recently.
A good crowd gathered to
support the exhibition and
to visit the former London
CharterBank,possiblyforthe
last time. After an impressive
40 years running the gallery,
proprietor Mare Heffernan
has decided to sell up and
move to Ballan. Mare and
her husband, Edward Heffernan, a renowned Ballarat
artist,movedintothebuilding
inGordonsmainstreetin1974.
The building celebrated its
centenaryin1984andvisitors
tothegallerycanstillviewthe
strong room, which was used
to store gold on its way to Melbourne via Cobb & Co coach,
during the gold mining days.
The current exhibition at
the Gordon Edgerton Galleries includes works by various
artists and is also the last opportunity to view the works
bythelateEdwardHeffernan
thatwererecentlyexhibitedat
theBallaratGoldMuseumfor
the Double Century Exhibition.Thegalleryisopen11am
to 5pm Friday to Sunday.

ABOVE: A good
crowd gathered to
support the closing
exhibition at the
Gordon Edgerton
Galleries last
weekend.
RIGHT: After 40
years at the Gordon
Edgerton Galleries,
proprietor Mare
Heffernan hosts her
final exhibition.

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GUILTY Magistrate finds


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Christine Oliver
By Renee Robinson
THE fate of a dog that was proven
guilty of attacking a six-year-old
girl at a Balliang property last
June now rests in the hands of
Moorabool Shire Council.
Last Tuesday May 27, magistrate
Peter Mithen found Stuart, Denise and Anthony Wilson guilty of
the charge of owning a dog that
caused serious injury. They were
fined $2000 each, plus pound
costs of almost $12,000 and were
ordered to pay Councils court
costs.
However, Justice Mithen refused
to exercise his powers to have the
kelpie Mack destroyed, instead
putting the owners on notice to
properly manage their dog from
now on.
I find that Christine Oliver suffered one or more dog bites in

ran
t he g

Anthony Wilson
June last year and I find the charges proven, Justice Mithen said at
the Ballarat Magistrates Court.
He dismissed arguments by the
defence that Christine fell on
coach bolts or a toolbox on the
truck, and that the childs father
Trevor Oliver corrupted the evidence provided by Christine.
I assessed her evidence as given
honestly and not corrupted in
anyway. I found it honest, unaffected in anyway and accordingly
reliable, he said.
When handing down his sentence, Justice Mithen took into
account that the Wilsons had
no prior convictions, had a
good standing in the community and therefore did not order a
conviction.
The fate of the dog was left until
last. Defence lawyer Phil Brown
argued that if the dog was put

dfat

he r

ran
t he g

Stuart Wilson
down then Christine might irrationally believe in some way that
the destruction of the dog had
something to do with her. Prosecuting lawyer Richard Knowles
dismissed the claim as pop psychology from the defence and
said it should be given no weight
whatsoever.
Outside the court the daughter
of Stuart and Denise Wilson and
aunty of Christine Oliver, Deb
Clarke, told the Moorabool News
that the family relationship with
Christine Olivers parents Cathy
and Trevor was already fractured
before all of this happened.
This has been completely driven
by Cathy and Trevor (Oliver), she
said.
I dont think the way theyve
responded to this is in the best
interests of the child. Its heartbreaking. The toughest thing has

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Denise Wilson
been trying to remain dignified.
I feel for the kids and the council
that has to pursue this. It should
not have happened.
My biggest hope from all of this
is that these kids know how much
we love them and miss them.
Trevor Oliver denied the rumour
that there was a pre-existing rift
between the family before the
case went to court. Tony and
Denise gave evidence that the
kids were out there every week.
We had a family tradition of a
Sunday roast at the farm.
The magistrate totally disregarded their claim that Christine
was trespassing when she was bitten. How any grandparent could
claim that their grandchildren
were trespassing on their property beggars belief. That was the
most disgusting thing Ive ever
seen in my life, Mr Oliver said.

Im sticking to my story that the


dog should be destroyed. If that
dog goes out and bites anyone
now, in my opinion the council would be just as liable as the
owners.
He said he and wife Cathy had
never denied the grandparents
access to the children, but it was
impossible for them to send their
two children to the farm while
the dog was still alive and housed
there. Christines frightened of
dogs now.
At the time of going to print,
Mack was still in the custody of
Moorabool Shire Council pending a decision by Council. Council can either give an order to have
the dog destroyed, declare him a
dangerous dog and release him
with strict conditions including
having the dog desexed, or release
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The eld trip shows how private forestry and shelterbelts can be used to
protect biodiversity in grazing lands and helps us consider how analog forestry
might be used.

Ballan Mechanics Institute Hall and


Bungaree Community Centre on
Tuesday and Friday.

Other Key Insights: Innovative cropping


Pasture management
Contemporary sheep management
Waterway protection

Register for BEAT IT Now!

Registrations to: Anthony Dufty, Ph 0439 003 765


e-mail anthony.dufty@ppwcma.vic.gov.au

The benets start the day you do!


To register and nd out
more contact Jacinta
Masters on 5366 7981.

Includes lunch and a show bag of reference material (limited to rst 20 attendees).
Transport to and from Yaloak Estate
- at 9:15am bus leaves Bacchus Marsh Railway Station
- at 9:30am bus leaves Myrniong (The Plough)

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The Moorabool News 3 June, 2014 Page 9

all charges proven


What Should Happen to
Mack Attack Dog?
The Moorabool News conducted a survey on
their facebook page with the question:
1. Should council issue a notice to destroy the dog

2. Declare Mack as a Dangerous Dog

(which comes with restrictions)
3. Give the dog back with no restrictions
Here are some responses:
If you have seen the tears and wounds
on this childs face you will see she was
not just bitten she was savaged.... I love
dogs I have 2 and I never leave them
alone with kids even if they know the
dogs well... Mack was a known biter
but this was ignored by the owners....
The young girl we are talking about is
their very own Grand daughter!!! Not
only did they (3 adults were present)
not call 000 they then blame a girl of
7... OMG what is this world coming
to.... I vote number 2 and remove Mack
from present owners. (Suse)
None of the above. If the reporting to
date is accurate. Mack had known issues
with head/facial contact. Mack was left
essentially unsupervised. Adults under
car/bonnet or similar. Child behaved
in a manner the adults knew could be
a problem. So to me, the problem rests
with the humans. Maybe Mack needs a
different family to help learn. But does
not deserve being locked in the pound.
Or to be destroyed. (Homer)
NO 1.....there were 2 dog attacks
shortly after this one, and both
are dead. Were destroyed before
authorities arrived on the properties.
(Marian)
I agree maybe a different family is in
order (Terri)
Ashleigh wrote: In this country we
dont kill humans who attack others,
animals should be no different. They
are a product of their environment.
With the right rehabilitation he can be
rehomed. (Ashleigh)
1. (Melissa)
2: Declare Mack as a Dangerous
Dog with Strict restrictions, council
should follow up to make sure all
restrictions are made by the owners,
if Mack or owners disobey restrictions
then dog should be destroyed......
Every dog deserves a chance! (Lyn)

For once I think the court got it right.


Its the humans involved that should
be blamed. Mack doesnt deserve to
die. He should be supervised and not
put in that position again. Killing
him wont undo the damage already
done. You cant leave a 6yr old child
alone unsupervised with ANY dog, it
gets said over and over again. A dog
doesnt have the same thought process
as a human, nor can it say hey please
stop that youre annoying, hurting, or
scaring me. And child cant be relied
on to behave appropriately with an
animal or read any warning behavior.
Someone likened leaving children and
dogs unsupervised to leaving a child
unsupervised with a gun. Would it be
the guns fault if something happened
to the child? (Jessica)
4. Set the dog on its owners. (Craig)

What Now?
The Moorabool News contacted council and asked what
would happen to the dog now the magistrate has found
three members of the Wilson family guilty of owning a dog
that did bite another person namely Christine Oliver and
caused a serious injury to the person contrary to section
29(4) of the Domestic Animals Act 1994.
CEO Rob Croxford responded:
Council has noted the Courts
decision and will incorporate the
new information from the trial
and the Magistrates findings to
its own extensive deliberations
and investigation to date. Council
officers are now assessing the
options available to it under the
Domestic Animal Act (1994).
Rob Croxford is now overseas on
annual leave for two weeks.

Moorabool Shire Council


NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL
The next Ordinary Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will be
held tomorrow,Wednesday, 4 June 2014, at the Bungaree Community
Centre, cnr Bungaree Creswick Rd and Bungaree Wallace Rd, commencing at 5pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Residents of Bungaree are especially
encouraged to attend the meeting, participate in public question time and listen and speak to
any items on the agenda if they wish.

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
1 without a doubt, kids safety is
paramount. If its done it once it will do
it again. (Slarty)
People forget 2 things regularly.
1.  ever assume any child is safe with
N
ANY dog. Kids will be kids and a dog
cant put them in time out.
2.  child is the responsibilty of their
A
parent. If your child is visiting
a house with a dog, you should
keep your child close. A dog is the
responsibility of their owner. If
your dog is visiting a house with
a child you should keep your dog
close. Simple. Having said that I
have missed all of the reports until
now so dont know much of the
story. Either way educating and
retraining sounds like a plan to
me. (Cindy)
What are your thoughts?
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Moorabool Shire Council is inviting artists, art organisations and community groups interested
in displaying their artwork at the Moor Art Space in 2015, to submit an expression of interest
before 30 June 2014.
The Moor Art Space has two spaces available to exhibit artwork and a glass cabinet available
for items to display. This is a free service available to community members within the
Moorabool Shire.
Expression of interest forms are available to download at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au or by
visiting the Lerderderg Library.
Completed expressions of interest applications are to be addressed and mailed to Moorabool
Shire Council Moor Art Space, Lerderderg Library P O Box 18 Ballan, Vic 3342 by close of
business 30 June, 2014.
For further information please contact Natalie Grero, Library Programs Coordinator,
Moorabool Shire Council on 5366 7100.

PERMIT APPLICATIONS

The Responsible Authority will not decide on the applications before 17 June 2014.
Location: 539 Bacchus Marsh Road
(Avenue of Honour), Bacchus Marsh

The application is for a permit to:


Use of the Land for a Restaurant (Tearooms)

Applicant for the permit is:


Urban Design & Management P/L

Application reference No: PA2014094

Location:
54 Riverview Drive, Hopetoun Park

The application is for a permit to:


Variation of a Restrictive Covenant

Applicant for the permit is: Easy Sheds

Application reference No: PA2014071

The applications can be viewed at: Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street, Ballan.
182 Halletts Way, Darley. https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool. This can be
done during ofce hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the
granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342


Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
CEO: Rob Croxford

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Simon says yes to cherry festival


Call for
youth to take
action
By Jessica Howard
Do you want to make a difference in your community?
The
Moorabool
Shire
Youth Action Group is calling on all young people
aged between 12 and 25 to
voice their opinion, and
support the local shire in
making positive changes in
our area.
The Youth Action Group is
a youth-led program, which
will allow for young leaders
to advocate for what they
want in their community,
whilst working on a range
of projects and youth related events.
Youth Development Officer, Jade Addicott said it
is a great way to allow the
youth of our community to
make decisions which affect them directly.
It really gives them their
own voice, if the council
decides to run a particular community event, the
young people have the
chance to decide how it is

going to benefit them, she


said.
Members of the group will
be able to consult the wider
youth population to gain
feedback on what it is they
want in our community.
They will be working on
things like youth facilities
and events, and a youth
charter will be created
which will stipulate how
both the council and community agencies can work
with them in a positive
way.
Applications are due by
June 20, and once a team
has been chosen they will
meet to establish how the
group will be run.
Whether it be on a weekly
basis, or monthly, or even
online. It will be a very
youth-led program, Ms
Addicott said.
Applications are available
at local council offices, the
Lerderderg Library or can
be emailed from youthservices@moorabool.vic.gov.
au

A BACCHUS Marsh festival has been given a cherry on top


thanks to a funding boost by the Victorian Government.
The Strawberries and Cherries Weekend received a $3000
country Victoria events program grant for the event held
in November.
The annual weekend celebrates the arrival of the first
crop of strawberries and cherries in Bacchus Marsh.
The fruits can be purchased at farm gates, or better still,
growers offer visitors to pick their own, Member for
Western Victoria, Simon Ramsay, said.
These events have become huge highlights on the local
tourism calendar. Each is unique for their region and
each attracts different people to the regions that might
otherwise not have visited.
Nineteen regional organisations across Victoria will
receive a total of $75,000 under the April 2014 round of
grants.

David OBrien, Tina Seirlis, Paul Tatchell and Don Nardella


at last years launch of the Strawberries and Cherries
Festival. Photo Helen Tatchell

Competitive karate kids


THE award winning Ballan Kyokushin
Karate Club recently competed in the
Victorian All Styles Karate competition in
Geelong.
There were competitors of all ages from five
states who competed in different grades and
styles. Ballan clubs assistant instructor,
22-year-old Dylan Ross, took out third place
in the open heavy weight division and is a
contender to compete in the world team in
South Africa later this year.
(L-R) Helen Blazek, Caleb Thorne, Lachlan
Owens, Alex Glen, Zoe Hunt, Ethan Owens,
Farris Porter, Logan Thomson, Dylan Ross,
Anthony Blazek-Pollard, Scott Hunt, Rana
Porter and head instructor Sempai Simon
Ross.

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You can self refer, or ask your Midwife, Domiciliary Nurse, GP or
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Healthy start to the day

By Jane Gardner
Last Friday, students from Gordon Primary School (pictured) met at the Gordon Post
Office to share a walk to school. Teachers, parents, younger siblings and family dogs
also joined in the fun. Despite the rain, there were lots of smiles, laughter and chatting
as everyone chose a healthier way to start the day and get to school - on foot! Schools
around Victoria joined in the event as part of Vic Healths Walk to School Day initiative.

Showing
the spirit
This week Hayley Whitehand from the Bacchus
Marsh FC Youth Girls received the coveted Spirit
of Sport award for her outstanding display of good
sportsmanship and her on field excellence. She is the
third player from the club to receive this prestigious
award in the 2014 season.
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The Moorabool News 3 June, 2014 Page 11

Cigarette litter
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The campaign which ran
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Acting CEO Katrina McKenzie said the results were
very positive, highlighting the fact that Victorians
were fed up with litterers.
We increased our number
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Dylan Quinlan-Baskett will perform on an old fashion typewriter, accompanied by the MLO.
Photo - submitted

Old type of writer

By Jessica Howard
The Moorabool Light Orchestra will welcome a special guest to their upcoming
Winter Concert.
Creswick percussionist and musician, Dylan Quinlan-Baskett will perform on an old
fashion typewriter, accompanied by the
orchestra.
The typewriter is a novelty instrumental
piece written by Leroy Anderson in 1950,
where it was first performed by the Boston
Pops Orchestra.
The typewriter will be used on stage with

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carriage return mechanism to provide a
major component to the piece.
The typewriter is modified so that only
two keys work; which, according to the
composer, indicates that only professional
drummers with sufficient wrist flexibility
are able to perform the piece. It has since
been named one of the wittiest and most
clever pieces in the orchestral repertoire.
The Winter Concert will be held on Sunday
15 June at 2pm.
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Ms Katherine Evans and her son Ethan Evans.

Moorabools new citizens with Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell.

New citizens for Moorabool


By Jessica Howard
Ten Moorabool Shire residents have
received official Australian Citizenship, after a ceremony held at the Lerderderg Library last Monday.
Moorabools new citizens have originated from countries across the globe
including the United Kingdom, India,
Philippines, Malta and Poland to officially call Australia their new home.
Council presented all new citizens

with a welcome gift comprising of a


certificate and a native tree.
Moorabool Shire Mayor, Paul Tatchell was host for the ceremony.
In life, the best thing you can have
is belonging to something. Today you
belong to something that is 26 million people. We will look after you, he
said.
This year marked the 65th anniversary of Australian citizenship.
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Letters to the Editor


Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au

TOM

Dear Editor,
Congratulations Moorabool Shire Council. You
should be commended
for once again planning
to gouge rate payers by
another 5% in the budget
proposed for FY14/15. This
follows on from a 5.5%
increase in the FY13/14
budget.
This increase coincides
with the proposed 6% increase in all other fees,
services and charges but
not including the bi-annual
rip-off called land valuations. The last time the
valuation was conducted,
FY12/13, my property increased in value by some
30% despite an extremely
depressed housing market.
Please explain why rates
are calculated, (Capital
Improved Value (CIV)), by
whether an owner has a
million dollar house or a
$10 000 caravan on their
property? To be fair on all
concerned, rates should be
calculated on the actual
land value (Site Value (SV))
NOT what has been done to
improve the lifestyle of its
owner.
Just in case anyone at
Council was wondering
or had forgot to check, the
annual inflation rate in
Australia in March 2014
was 2.9% according to
the Reserve Bank of Australia website. I thought
that might be worth
mentioning.
Perhaps Council needs to
streamline its workforce.
An increase of 6.9% for employee costs is budgeted for
FY14/15. On the other hand

Council is saving 30.9%.


Where pray is this money
being spent/allocated?
I note with interest, an increase of $35 000 to improve
Councils Customer Service
Management System. Does
this mean I might actually
receive an answer to questions posed to Council via
its online service in Jan,
Mar and May 2014 regarding corella and myna bird
destruction and increased
population issues?
As for increased grant
funding. In these hard
times (not that you would
know it the way Council
propose to gouge more)
why is grant funding being
increased by 1.5% or $128
000? With all the State and
Federal governments are
taking, surely it would be
financially prudent and responsible to decrease grant
funding to soften the blow
to the wallets of already
struggling ratepayers.
I fully understand that
sporting clubs and the
like are struggling to have
amenities
built/refurbished but there has to be
a line drawn in the sand
regarding giving money
away. The community in
general is struggling what
with the recent Federal
budget and increases announced at the State level
to vehicle registration etc.
I quote Councils own
budget submission which
was approved at a Special
Council Meeting on Wed
21 May 14. External grant
funding from State and
Federal Government are
budgeted to remain flat in

014/15, reflecting to a large


degree the difficult economic environment and
fiscal tightening at both
State and Federal levels.
Council need to read and
absorb its own documents
before recklessly recommending rate, fee and
charge increases. It should
follow the lead of the State
and Federal governments
and tighten the belt not
loosen it at ratepayers
expense.
I intend to make a submission and I urge all Moorabool Shire residents to visit
w w w.moorabool.v ic.gov.
au between 27 May and 24
Jun 14 or visit Council offices in Ballan, Bacchus
Marsh or Darley to view the
proposed budget. If we all
stand together then maybe,
just maybe Council will listen and amend the budget.
Mick Dunk
Ballan

Dear Editor,
I would like to submit a
letter for the Ballan Moorabool Council, and hopefully they read this. As we
moved here to Ballan a little
over 12 months ago, we had
an issue with our footpath
being cracked. We reported
it to council, and with no
effort they came and fixed
it for us. A big thankyou to
the guys that did the work,
as our garden area was put
back exactly the way it was
before they started. Then
our tree on the nature strip

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needed trimming back
badly, we rang the council,
and they were out straight
away and cut back our tree,
and took away the mess.
Cannot believe a council
would be so responsive to a
rate payers needs.
Thankyou Ballan Council,
to all the staff in office and
their workers, could not
have been happier with the
work they have done for us.
Robyn Young
Ballan
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Dear Editor,
There are no winners here
There were tears, there
was anger, there were congratulations and there was
abuse.
The verdict in the Moorabool Shire dog bite case
was handed down last
Tuesday. The owners of the
dog that bit their granddaughter/niece were found
guilty of the charges of
owning a dangerous dog.
Stuart, Denise and Anthony Wilson were fined
$2,000 each and ordered to
pay pound costs of almost
$12,000 and associated
court costs for the Moorabool Shire Council.
Their dog was allowed to
live.
I found it interesting that
their defence lawyer congratulated them after sentencing. For what? This
case has caused what could

very well be an unmend- his relationships with his


able rift between daughter sister, goddaughter/niece
and parents, sister and and nephew rather than
brother, sister and sister, take any responsibility for
grandparents and grand- his dogs actions.
children, uncle and niece.
Through no fault of their
Whats good about that?
own, those same children
Absolutely nothing.
have lost their relationships
The bottom line is the Wil- with their grandparents
1. Obligation to Clearly, nobody Des
publish
sons chose their dog over
and uncle.
family. Worse. They put the
has won anything.
5.
Publication of notices about t
interests of their dog above
Im still a little shocked and
the welfare of a helpless
(1) confused by the case. I justpublis
Each publisher must
child.
As a dog owner I know cant get my head around a webs
controls and on each
what it is to be a little bit ob- world where children dont
sessed over my four-legged come content and format of t
(2) The first. Ultimately my
friends. But as an aunty I hope mirrors that of the to be
Council. The notice is
know that my nephews magistrate in the case. Its
to the editor adults inwelfare comes first. Every. a hope that theor the home pa
Executive saga can work
Single. Time. If one of my volved in this Director of the C
dogs savaged my seven- together to help reduce the
year-old nephew, I wouldnt trauma on the innocent
hesitate in getting that dog six-year-old girl who was
put down. It would break bitten.
my heart, but my love for andwill always carry the
2. Form She content determin
my nephews overrides evephysical scars; dont make
rything else. My obligation
her wear the emotional
as an aunty is to protect
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scars too. of publication] is boun
them, no matter what the
the Standards may have been
Renee Robinson
cost.
email (info@presscouncil.org
An enraged woman who Moorabool News
http://www.presscouncil.org.a
was somehow related to the Journalist, Ballan
Wilsons vented her anger
at the Moorabool News outside the courts following
the verdict and sentencing. She claimed that our
newspaper may not realise
it, but they (the Wilsons)
The Moorabool News is bound
[Name of publication]
actually did quite well out
by the bound ofby the
is Standards Practice of
of it. Huh? This isnt a game
the Australian Press Council. If
Standards of Practice
of Scrabble lady. Its not
you believe the Standards may
of
the
Australian
about scoring points off
have been breached, youyou
Press Council. If may
each other; its about takapproach the newspaper itself
believe the Standards
ing responsibility. Stuart
or contact the Council by email
may
have
been
and Denise Wilson have
(info@presscouncil.org.au)
breached, you may
sacrificed
relationships
or by phone ([02] 9261 1930).
approach
the
with their daughter and
For further information see
newspaper itself or
grandchildren.
Anthony
www.presscouncil.org.au.
contact the Council
Wilson has also sacrificed

Environmental Opinion

with Tom Kingston

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g.au.

Are days numbered on GM crops?


In this weeks opinion
piece I will share three tales
of joy, sadness and apprehension. So, what is new I
hear you ask?
First, some apprehension
and the ways we can treat
it. You might remember my
talking about the threats to
alternative energy sources
in Victoria in the recent
past. What follows is more
information on this and a
way you can take some action if you wish. As I have
said before, for the last 10
years, both major political
parties have been throwing their support behind
renewable energy. So much
so that its created nearly
25,000 jobs, with up to
17,000 more planned by
2020. Yet corporate interests are set to put all this
at risk -- and the culprit

could be your own energy


company.
Three of them - AGL, Origin Energy and Energy Australia - control 77% of the
household energy market,
and most of it comes from
coal and gas. But the growth
of solar and wind power is
threatening their profits. It
seems they just dont want
any competition. So it appears from what I have read
that theyre using their political muscle to try to destroy the Renewable Energy
Target. This would lock out
solar and wind and lock in
higher household bills and
climate-driving coal and
gas power for decades to
come. So if you buy your
energy from one of these
three why dont you simply
ask them if what I write is
correct, or simply ask them

if they support the Renewable Energy Target, and if


not why not?
Second, some further apprehension and an old
name you have come across
a good number of times
if you read these articles;
Monsanto. For the details of
this article I am indebted to
Jim Fraser. There have been
people Marching against
Monsanto for a long time
now. Here are the words
of one of these marchers,
I have been marching
against Monsanto for close
to 20 years now since GM
crops were commercialised and I first warned of
the dangers of GMOs and
Roundup herbicides. Unfortunately, all my predictions and more have come
true. Over the years, farm
workers and their families

across the world have been


seeing sharp rises in birth
defects, cancers, allergies,
lethal kidney disease and
so on. Their livestock die,
get diarrhoea, become sterile, cannot conceive, or give
birth to dead and deformed
animals.
Monsanto and other biotech companies have been
poisoning us with GMOs
and herbicides for the past
20 years; and theyve also
done their best to suppress
the information by vilifying the scientists, and the
farmers, who dare to fight
them.
The days of GMOs are
numbered. If you look at
the real evidence behind
the hype and the lies, you
will see that GM crops have
remained a minority sector in food production, now

shrinking fast from consumer and farmer rejection


worldwide. US farmers are
abandoning GM crops and
turning back to non-GM
and organic, mainly because it is more profitable
due to increased demand
for non-GMO and GM-free
produce by people everywhere including in the
USA, the worlds top GM
producer. GM crops now
occupy 175.2 m ha or 11 %
of cultivated land globally
compared with the 89 % occupied by non-GM crops.
For more on this topic I
suggest your try the website: http://www.isis.org.
u k / Ma rch i ng _ a ga i n st _
Monsanto.php
So why not ban GM food
from your home, your
schools, your local communities? You dont need to

wait for governments to do


that for you. Tasmania has
put a moratorium on GMO
production as it sees its future as a clean, green food
producer. Dont you think
Victoria should go the same
way?
And finally for the joyful
news; just last week Germanys largest bank, Deutsche
Bank, announced it will
not fund destructive plans
to expand Abbot Point coal
terminal in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage
Area.
And good news takes up so
little space.
What is your opinion?
Next MEG meeting: June
(Date TBA) - 131 Halletts
Way Darley 7.30pm
All Welcome

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Superbly presented family home

Situated in a quiet court location is this superbly


presented family home consisting of 4 bedrooms
+ study, two bathrooms (ensuite to main),
kitchen/dining, formal living, rumpus, split
system heating/cooling, ducted heating, quality
fittings & fixtures. Externally there is an extra
large double garage, alfresco area, garden sheds,
landscaped gardens, all set on a generous 900m2
approx. block of land. This is a family home
with nothing to do but enjoy. On the market at
$399,000 I bet you cant find better value.

Ian McDonald 0418 522 549


Bryan Marsden 0414 661 206

Daryl Gould 0409 233 157


Bob Gunnell 0417 566 951

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Marsh

Buying through a
private sale process
With all the attention directed to Melbournes auction boom in the lead up to
Queens Birthday weekend,
it is often overlooked that
the vast majority of home
sales throughout Victoria
are private sales.
That is particularly so in regional Victoria, where 76 per
cent of all sales so far this
year have been private sales.
In some areas virtually all
sales are private sales. But
even in Melbourne, where
more homes are being sold
by auction, including in the
outer suburbs, private sales
still account for close to 70
per cent of sales.
While the health of the city
market is diagnosed according to clearance rates
that is, what percentage
of homes auctioned sell at
auction for private sales it
is days on the market which
are significant. That indicates how long homes are
taking to sell and whether
they are being snapped up
or languishing.
In April the median number of days on the market in
Victoria was 36. Although
that was up from 32 in
March, the slight increase
could relate to the timing
of Easter which, combined
with the Anzac Day weekend, reduced the number of
April trading days this year.
And it was lower than at this
time last year - when the
number of days on the market for private sale was 41.
While auctions rely on a
short sharp campaign with
vendors hoping buyers will
get carried away, some sellers request a private sale
rather than facing auction
campaign pressures, setting a reserve and having to
decide what to do if a property is passed in. This is particularly so in areas where

inconsistencies in auction
prices make predicting outcomes difficult.
REIV agents are often asked
about making an offer to
buy in a private sale. While
the agent will certainly try
to help, it is important to remember that the agent acts
for the seller not the buyer. If
anxious or uncertain about
negotiating, it is worth hiring a buyers agent. REIV
membership includes buyers agents and members
sign up to our code of ethics.
It is important to keep in
mind that the seller does
not have to accept your offer. He or she may want to
wait to see what other offers
are made, or want different settlement terms for
example a longer or shorter
settlement period.
This
may result in a negotiation
between you and the seller,
with the agent acting as
go-between.
Also, if you make your offer
conditional for example
subject to finance or subject
to the results of a building
survey the seller may not
want to accept this.
Offers must be in writing
and in the form of a contract signed by you. Often
you will be asked to pay a
deposit with your offer. Of
course this is refunded if it
is not accepted. If the seller
accepts and countersigns
the contract before your offer expires, it is binding.
Unlike auctions, for which
there is no cooling off period, private sales of residential property are subject to
a cooling off period of three
clear business days from
the time you sign. Note that
this does not apply if you
have obtained legal advice
beforehand.
Enzo Raimondo
Chief Executive Officer, REIV

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John Kontek
R E A L

E S T A T E

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Ph: 5368 1455

B A L L A N

BLACKWOOD

BALLAN

$229,000

IN G
LIST
EW
N

$390,000

10 Wall Street

3 Valentine Court

OUT OF THE ORDINARY

UND

For the investor looking for something a little


different. Approximately 1 acre, offers 2 separate
dwellings plus a separate amenities building
making this the perfect holiday retreat. The main
dwelling being a miners cottage with a combined
kitchen/living area and a separate bedroom.
Heating supplied via a combustion wood fire. The
kitchen with gas cooking and a dishwasher with
timber flooring throughout. The Second dwelling
affectionately known as the dolls house offers a
bedroom also with combustion timber heating.
The amenities building with a toilet, shower and
vanity with hot water supplied via instant LPG hot
water service. Nestled on a well treed undulating
allotment in the peaceful township of Blackwood
making this property a perfect weekend retreat.

ER O
FFER

MODERN AND AFFORDABLE

4 bedroom modern brick home. Set on appx


822m2. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling and
a ducted vacuum system. All bedrooms with BIRs,
the master having an ensuite and WIR. Open plan
kicthen, dining and family rooms, with separate
formal lounge. Kitchen has island bench, modern
cooking appliances, dishwasher and pantry. Main
bathroom with a separate shower and bath and
toilet. Laundry has direct garage access. Stepping
outside you will find an entertaining area covered
with shade cloth perfect for hosting a summer bbq,
a garden/tool shed and an abundance of mature
plants and trees still leaving enough room for the
family pets. This is all set in a quiet court location
within a short driving distance to the cbd of Ballan.

DETP
E
CCA
REFF
O

BALLAN

BALLAN

$429,000

$439,000

4 Blake Court

11 Sunline Court

INVESTORS TAKE NOTE

MOVE ON IN

4 bedroom B/V home set on a large block of appx


890m2. Open plan kitchen/dining with a gas cook
top, electric oven, dish washer and pantry with tiled
floor coverings. Family room and a lounge room
both with carpet. Reverse cycle air/con and alfresco
area attached. All bedrooms with BIRs, the master
having a WIR as well as an ensuite, offering a
shower, toilet and vanity. The main bathroom offers
a separate shower and bath. Ducted gas heating
and hot water via instantaneous gas HWS. Double
car garage with electric roller doors, a large covered
decking area, window shades, water tank, sprinkler
system all set on the fringe of Ballan township close
to everything the growing community has to offer.

BALLAN

6 Moorabool Drive

$360,000

4 Bedroom BV Home. Huge Ensuite &


Walk in Robe. 2 Living areas. Modern
Kitchen. S/S Dishwasher & 900ml Gas
Cooking. Storage cupboards. Ducted
Heating. Double Garage with internal
access. Currently returning $350pw as
a rental investment. Only a short drive
from the town centre of Ballan in a newer
estate.

MT EGERTON

CT
TR A
CON
ER
UND

22 Carney Street

$130,000

PERFECTLY PRESENTED

3 bedroom rendered home set on a large block


of appx 807m2. All bedrooms with BIRs, master
with a WIR and ensuite with a shower, toilet and
vanity. Open plan kitchen, dining family areas with
elfresco area off the family room. Gas cook top,
electric oven, glass splash-back and dishwasher.
Ducted central heating/split system air conditioning
throughout with reverse cycle air/con to the family
room only. This immaculate home features polished
concrete flooring to all wet areas and the kitchen
and entrance hall. Laundry with ample storage
space. Double garage under roofline with electric
roller doors. Perfect home for those looking for a
well presented low maintenance modern family
home.

BALLAN

CT
TR A
CON
ER
UND

37 Jopling Street

$298,000

A POTENTIAL PARADISE
- Original miners cottage
- Set on approx acre
- Water, SEC and phone available
- Septic sewage system

MILLBROOK
$340,000

CT
TR A
CON
ER
UND

COTTAGE ON APPX 1 ACRE

WALK TO TOWN

2/3 bedroom brick veneer home set on appx


700m2 block. Possible third bedroom which is
currently used as a second lounge/study. Open
plan kitchen/dining with electric cooking, a
dishwasher with polished cork flooring. Electric
wall heater, combustion wood heater and carpeted
floor coverings. 2 large bedrooms both with carpet
and the master also having BIRs and a ceiling fan.
Bathroom with seperate shower and bath, toilet
and vanity with tiled floor coverings. The home also
offers ducted gas heating. Laundry with polished
cork flooring. Rear enclosed sitting room as well as
a rear covered verandah. The home is set amongst
mature established gardens with a chicken pen all
set within walking distance to the main street of
Ballan and all the amenities Ballan has to offer.

Open plan living, with 360 garden views. Central


location, apprx 5 min. to Gordon with local shop,
schools, pub, post office etc, 10 min to Ballan (fast train,
hospital, supermarket and council office), 15 min to
Ballarat and 1 hour to melbourne. The home features,
a king size bedroom with BIRs and access to a shower
room. A double bedroom also with BIRs, a formal
room (with patio, oil heater), loungeroom including
an open fire place, family/dining/kitchen (with patios).
The bathroom with a shower, bath and vanity, the toilet
being seperate with two way access to main bathroom
and shower room and of course dont forget the
laundry. Stepping outside you will find a soil enriched
garden, single garage, sundry shedding including a
chicken pen. This home could easily be converted to a
3 bedroom home.

John Kontek
R E A L

E S T A T E

B A L L A N

128 INGLIS STREET, BALLAN

Geoff Taylor
Director / Sales Manager
0413 662 925

Dave McLennan
Sales
0448 677 772

Jessie Karp
Property Manager
5368 1245

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ING
NEW LIST

STEP INSIDE, BE SURPRISED!

Bacchus Marsh

ASKING $280,000

Refurbished by the current owners & offers the first home buyer or investor a very nice 3 bedroom, 2
bathroom home in excellent condition. The master bedroom has a new ensuite & BIR, beds 2 & 3 have
BIR, spacious lounge, R/C split system A/C, gas wall furnace heating. New kitchen with dishwasher,
cooktop and wall oven. 4 car garage with access to the neatly landscaped backyard complete with vegie
patches and fruit trees. Located within easy walking distance to shopping centre.
PID: 730412

BEAUTIFUL HOME, BEAUTIFUL OUTLOOK!

Bacchus Marsh

ASKING $545,000

Beautiful family home located on a large block & backing onto the Lerderderg River reserve in the Elms
Estate. The home has 4 bedrooms, 3 with BIRs & the large master has WIR & ens. Formal lounge with
open fire & mantle & dining room are very comfortable. Spacious family room adjoining the kitchen which
has gas cook top, wall oven & dishwasher. The home has 9 ceilings & ducted heating & cooling & a
security system. Double garage and 8m x 6m paved outdoor entertaining area.
PID: 692358

AUCTION

Lot 142 Flanagans Drive, Merrimu


Saturday 14th June 2014 @ 11am

LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY!

QUIET COURT, BIG BLOCK & POOL

Merrimu

7,500m (approx) block. The dimensions & size allow exibility in designing & siting (subject to Council
permits), a lifestyle property. Land size is 56.75/55.72x132.16/138.56 (approx.) Zoning under Moorabool
Planning Scheme is Rural Conservation. The land is fully fenced (apart from front gateway area) with
ringlock fencing, steel droppers & timber posts. Pleasant views to the northwest, west & northeast.
Services are available for connection. TERMS: 10% Deposit. BALANCE: 30 Days.
PID: 727196

THE HOUSE, THE SHED, THE BLOCK

Bacchus Marsh

ASKING $560,000

This well designed home of 4 bedrooms + study, Ens & WIR to master bed & BIRs to beds 2,3,& 4, formal lounge
with OFP, kitchen & meals area & then separate rumpus room provides 3 living areas. The home is fitted with
ducted heating & the adjoining double garage under roof with remote control door looks after the family cars.
Landscaped gardens in the fully fenced yard completes the residence & then we have the huge Colorbond shed
on the remainder of the 2000m2 block. With 3 street frontages this is an ideal property for truckies,
tradies & travellers with caravans, boats & bikes.
PID: 704623

FANTASTIC TOWNHOUSE!

Bacchus Marsh

ASKING $375,000

This as new 4 bedroom townhouse ticks all the boxes. Ground oor consists of Master bedroom with
WIR & ens, lounge room, family/meals area & kitchen, laundry & powder room & single garage. upstairs
you have a lounge sitting room, 3 bedrooms, bathroom & a powder room. Reverse cycle split system a/c.
Plenty of garden & private space for the kids or outdoor entertaining & you are in a great location within
walking distance to Maddingley Park & the Railway Station.
PID: 728619

After hours:

Ian McDonald 0418 522 549


Bryan Marsden 0414 661 206

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

Bacchus Marsh

ASKING $389,000

Consisting of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, formal lounge & dining & a huge rumpus room. The master
bedroom has a semi ensuite & you have 2 family bathrooms. The galley style kitchen is adjacent to a
spacious meals area. There is a gas heater & a R/C a/c in the lounge room & ducted heating. Beautiful
landscaped gardens & fully fenced in ground pool. Enclosed double carport with twin roller doors & access
to the back yard. Walk to childcare, kindergartens, schools, doctors & shopping.
PID: 694547

CALLING ALL INVESTORS!

ASKING $293,000

Bacchus Marsh

HAPPY FAMILY

ASKING $399,000

Investors or 1st home buyers, 3 bedroom house situated in a quiet court location. A nice formal lounge
with gas fire & a wall A/C. Laminate ooring. Kitchen with w/oven & dishwasher & good sized meals/dining
area. Bedrooms all have WWC & BIRs & the master bedroom has an adjoining walk through bathroom.
Externally we have a great BBQ area with a fully covered pergola which adjoins the carport with remote
rolladoor. 2nd pergola with shade mesh & fernery, 2 garden sheds.
PID: 713191

Bacchus Marsh

Situated in a quiet court location is this superbly presented family home consisting of 4 bedrooms +
study, two bathrooms (ensuite to main), kitchen/dining, formal living, rumpus, split system heating/cooling,
ducted heating, quality fittings & fixtures & NBN connected. Externally there is an extra large double
garage, alfresco area, garden sheds, landscaped gardens, all set on a generous 900m2 approx block of
land. This is a family home with nothing to do but enjoy.
PID: 717752

Daryl Gould 0409 233 157


Bob Gunnell 0417 566 951

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ASKING $265,000

DONT WAIT!

Bacchus Marsh

This unit will not last. Front unit with westerly views situated on a service Road in close proximity to Darley
Shopping facilities & sportsground. 2 good sized bedrooms (one with WIR, the other BIR), kitchen/meals
area with double pantry cupboard & lounge with bay windows. Bathroom, Laundry, WC. Single car garage
with auto door. Gas heating, cooking & HWS. Ideal for Owner/Occupation or as an Investment. Priced to
sell at $265,000.
PID: 728780

LOCATION & POTENTIAL

Bacchus Marsh

ASKING $359,000

Well constructed brick home in sought after central location within walking distance to all that town has
to offer. 3 good sized bedrooms with BIRs, large open plan lounge/living room, meals area & an updated
kitchen, separate rooms for shower, bathroom & WC & laundry has second WC. Gas heater in the lounge
as well as ducted heating & cooling. Externally you have a carport, pergola & a brick workshop & garden
shed. This is one of the best locations in town.
PID: 728617

ROOM FOR THE KIDS TO GROW

ASKING $665,000

Myrniong

THE SKY IS THE LIMIT!

ASKING $329,000

In picturesque Myrniong on 2 acres with stunning views towards Mt Blackwood, is this lovely home
giving you a country lifestyle. Master bedroom with big ens & dressing room, 2nd & 3rd bedrooms with
WIR, 4th bed with BIR. Kitchen with S/S appliances inc dishwasher & 900mm oven. Formal lounge &
study. Ducted heating & cooling, ducted vacuum. Alfresco/BBQ area, solar HWS, 2 x 22,500 litre rain
tanks, plus town water & wood shed. 10 minutes to Bacchus Marsh.
PID: 727665

Bacchus Marsh

Situated only a short stroll from the local CBD (shops, hospital, schools, parks) is this 3
bedroom weatherboard home consisting of kitchen/dining, formal living, bathroom, heating &
cooling, polished oorboards, rumpus (or 4th bedroom) and more only an inspection will reveal.
Externally we have a large block of land, carport & plenty of scope to do what you want.
Houses in this area dont last long and at $329,000 it makes great buying.
PID: 670346

After hours:

Ian McDonald 0418 522 549


Bryan Marsden 0414 661 206

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE MORTGAGEE

$195,000

Bacchus Marsh

ASKING

under Instructions from the Mortgagee we are offering a Timber Home of 3 bedrooms, lounge,
kitchen, bathroom, laundry & WC. It has gas cooking and Hot Water Service. Double brick Garage
with auto door. Whilst some work is required it is an opportunity for an Owner/Occupier or Investor to
secure a property in close proximity to Town amenities. Land is 16.7m x 35.05m approx. Inspection
is recommended.
PID: 721748

ASKING $399,000

THE PERFECT PACKAGE

Bacchus Marsh

Situated in the Clifton Park estate, corner block with 4 bedrooms. The immaculate home presents
beautifully. Master bedroom with walk-in-robe and ensuite, large lounge with adjoining formal dining area,
neat kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dining area. Lounge at the back of the house leads out
into the outdoor entertaining area. Double garage for your cars, also a single carport. Security system &
youll be comfortable all year round with ducted heating & cooling installed.
PID: 714464

ASKING $520,000

AS GOOD AS NEW

Bacchus Marsh

Only 2 years old this beautiful family home consists of 3 living areas including the formal lounge, kitchen
with huge WIP, meals/family room & a dedicated theatre room. Master bedroom with WIR & ens with
separate toilet, bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIRs & there is a study complete with built in desks. Ducted heating
& cooling & security system. Oversize double garage has direct access to house. Pergola adjoining the
alfresco area, fully landscaped and access to the backyard beside garage.
PID: 689838

ASKING $285,000

WHAT A GREAT START

Bacchus Marsh

Situated in Hillview Estate is this lovely presented 3 bedroom dwelling consisting of 2 bathrooms
(ensuite to main), formal living, kitchen/dining/living, excellent oor coverings, evaporative cooling,
wall furnace heating, quality fittings & fixtures, & more only an inspection will reveal. Externally we
have a single garage, alfresco area, vegie garden, all set on a generous size block of land.
PID: 714664

Daryl Gould 0409 233 157


Bob Gunnell 0417 566 951

5367 2333

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Stars & Puzzles


LEOJuly 23-August 22

You could find this an unexpectedly tranquil week, yet


many behind the scenes happenings are taking place on
your behalf. Family ties strengthen now, with support
coming from older relatives.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22

QUICK PUZZLE

ARIESMarch 21-April 20
Tradition is emphasized through the week. Family reunions are spotlighted and you may learn something new
about your roots. A financial windfall could offset expenses from a recent expense.
TAURUSApril 21-May 22
Significant accomplishments at the work place could happen after the weekend and there is news of a family reunion. Financial matters could become entangled if you
postpone routine accounting tasks.
GEMINIMay 23-June 21
Opportunity knocks, but gently. Be alert all week to new
developments. Lots of information should arrive by
Friday - allow ample time for sorting it all out.

NO. 8858
1.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
14.
16.
19.
22.
24.
25.
26.
27.

ACROSS
Pellet (4)
Festival (9)
Curse (4)
Tiff (4)
Wine (4)
From Denmark (4)
End (10)
Dog (10)
Every (4)
Deer (4)
Garment (4)
Gun (4)
Impotent (9)
Span (4)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
12.
13.
15.
17.
18.
20.
21.
23.

DOWN
Wide (5)
Language (5)
Composer (6)
Gun (6)
Cease (4)
Nationalistic (9)
Praise (9)
Resound (4)
Team (4)
Bargain (6)
Foolish (6)
Player (5)
Bend (5)
Increased (4)

CRYPTIC PUZZLE

ACROSS
1. Stood the wine (4). 7, The estimate the painter is
putting in will horrify you (9). 8. Is going to produce the
legal document (4). 9. Sort of relations: a great number
(4). 10. Play, in the main? (4). 11. Had a fascination if
one was artistic (4). 14. Following behind, then, it ran up
against bad weather (2,3,5). 16. Become shorter as you
near the ground? (4,6). 19. The catch is forced quietly
(4). 22. Move thats smart - getting central heating (4).
24. Told off for being a fool (4). 25. A little low and lacking sparkle (4). 26. Its hard to get through at first, but
dont give up (9). 27. Back, you observe, in school (4).
DOWN
1. Went by sea, though road was stated (5). 2. Only
about five get the right answer (5). 3. In the small
picture,are running (6). 4. A rubber spanner! (6). 5. In
need of a stiffener, make slow progress (4). 6. Might be
happier on board with the valubles (9). 12. Told the title:
The Grass Verge (9). 13. Being smart, we went round
for a drink (4). 15. Shes badly hurt (4). 17. The vegetable is the last I have (6). 18. Lots of lager-swilling outside The Orb (6). 20. Give everything back to (5). 21.
Pretend to set in operation (3,2). 23. Many an entertainer (4).

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8857

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 1, Rose. 7, App-RA-is-al. 8, Will. 9, Kin-D. 10,
Pipe. 11, Drew. 14, In the t-rain. 16, Lose height. 19,
Has-p. 22, In-ch. 24, Dolt (anag.). 25, Flat. 26, Per-severe. 27, Eton (rev.).
Down - 1, Rowed (road). 2, Sol-V-e. 3, S-print. 4, Bridge.
5, Limp. 6, S-apphire-S. 12, Re-count-ed. 13, W-in-e.
15, Ruth (anag.). 17, End-Ive. 18, Gal-O-re. 20, All-ot.
21, Put on. 23, Host.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Stouthearted. 8, Aplomb. 9, Ramble. 10,
Hamburg. 12, Slack. 15, Venus. 16, Bristle. 18, Credit.
20, Merino. 22, Garden of Eden.
Down - 1, Stoppage. 2, Ludo. 3, Rhubarb. 4, Parry. 5,
Stimulus. 6, Idol. 11, Boundary. 13, Colander. 14, Crimson. 17, Steep. 19, Rage. 21, Reel.

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 7, Holiday Haunt. 8, Ad-vent. 9, Dea-le-r. 10,
End-most. 12, Polly. 15, Re-alm(ost). 16, Cows-lip. 18,
Eraser. 20, Leaned. 22, There and then.
Down - 1, Con-dens-e. 2, Pine. 3, Ma-lte-se. 4, Shade.
5, Cur-ators. 6, S-tye. 11, Mo-lass-es. 13, Lo-I-tered. 14,
Foo-Ling. 17, Tried. 19, (s)Rota(ruc) (rev.). 21, Ante.

CANCERJune 22-July 22
Dont offer free advice on love or finance - it could backfire. Minor matters distract you from major chores. The
go-ahead for an important project arrives at the eleventh
hour.
LEOJuly 23-August 22
You could find this an unexpectedly tranquil week, yet
many behind the scenes happenings are taking place on
your behalf. Family ties strengthen now, with support
coming from older relatives.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22
Challenges are irresistible, but dont take them on for
their own sake. Communication is accented and it may
prove worthwhile to improve your writing or public
speaking skills.
LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
Travel offers coincidences, including the chance of meeting some old friends. A bonus, financial or otherwise,
may be awarded by the end of the week. Special diets
require strict enforcement.

SUDOKU

SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21

NUMBER GAME

People may be volunteering your services for a host of


time consuming tasks - be warned! Tact is critical in
discussions with relatives. Some good financial news
ANSWER BELOW
arrives after the weekend.
SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22
This is a creatively sharp week with the accent on new
projects. Promotion may be delayed, but guests show up
ahead of schedule. A loved one is more honest in expressing his or her feelings.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
Back to basics is the theme of the week. Go after the
facts and make simplicity your key. A show of inner
strength wins you the heart of an attractive new friend.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19
Your partner is down to earth and reliable and up-in-theair plans are settled now, for the most part favourably. A
caution - dont be too quick to sing your own praises.
PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
Career or academic matters demand attention, but you
make strides in areas of family and friendship. Your sense
of security deepens. The weekend accents the quiet side
of romance.

GEN WHY

BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK


Enthusiasm is your middle name. Your style is a dramatic
one and the limelight is what you often crave. The next
three months could find you focusing on newer tasks and
narrowing your range of interests. Starting later on, you
become increasingly involved in humanitarian causes.

Challenges are irresistible, but dont take them on for


their own sake. Communication is accented and it may
prove worthwhile to improve your writing or public
speaking skills.
LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
Travel offers coincidences, including the chance of meeting some old friends. A bonus, financial or otherwise,
may be awarded by the end of the week. Special diets
require strict enforcement.
SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21
People may be volunteering your services for a host of
time consuming tasks - be warned! Tact is critical in
discussions with relatives. Some good financial news
arrives after the weekend.
SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22
This is a creatively sharp week with the accent on new
projects. Promotion may be delayed, but guests show up
ahead of schedule. A loved one is more honest in expressing his or her feelings.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
Back to basics is the theme of the week. Go after the
facts and make simplicity your key. A show of inner
strength wins you the heart of an attractive new friend.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19
Your partner is down to earth and reliable and up-in-theair plans are settled now, for the most part favourably. A
caution - dont be too quick to sing your own praises.
PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
Career or academic matters demand attention, but you
make strides in areas of family and friendship. Your sense
of security deepens. The weekend accents the quiet side
of romance.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Enthusiasm is your middle name. Your style is a dramatic
one and the limelight is what you often crave. The next
three months could find you focusing on newer tasks and
narrowing your range of interests. Starting later on, you
become increasingly involved in humanitarian causes.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 1, Ball. 7, Christmas. 8, Oath. 9, Spat. 10, Port.
11, Dane. 14, Conclusion. 16, Bloodhound. 19, Each.
22, Stag. 24, Gown. 25, Sten. 26, Powerless. 27, Arch.
Down - 1, Broad. 2, Latin. 3, Chopin. 4, Pistol. 5, Stop.
6, Patriotic. 12, Adulation. 13, Echo. 15, Side. 17, Haggle. 18, Unwise. 20, Actor. 21, Hunch. 23, Grew.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8858

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PrICE: $899,000

BACCHuS mArSH

Same ownership for over 60 Years

rowsley Calling (175 Acres)

Only 12 kms from Bacchus Marsh and offering 360


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Open: By appointment
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BACCHuS mArSH
LEn SmItH

80 acres of tree lined lush paddocks divided into 16


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Address: 3752 Geelong/Ballan Road
Web id: 61377420
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Young Family Home

$365,000

DArLEY

$285,000

Location & Appeal

$550,000

DArLEY

$669,000

This beautifully presented property is superbly located within walking


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The home itself was originally built in the 1960s for the then Head
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Capture a Bargain

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parklands. Features of the property include; Large steelwith a teenagers retreat. Outside is aare huge,
one
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BACCHuS mArSH

$332,000

BACCHuS mArSH

$199,000

RENTAL RETURN $11,180 PA

Close to primary schools, Darley shopping centre and


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DArLEY

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3 Acres - $899,000
263 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

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DArLEY

WHERE LOCATION & CONVENIENCE MEET

Same Ownership for Over 60 Years

n search of something beyond the ordinary? Then this unique 3


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ized bedrooms, dining room/lounge area with Northerly aspect, and
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beautifully designed garden established over many years and dominated
by a magnicent cedar tree which provides for the ample shade over

5367 8128
3

$849,500

This beautifully presented property


is superbly located within walking
distance to all of Bacchus Marshs
many amenities and attractions.
The property offers generous road
frontage to the renowned Avenue
of Honour. The stunning botanic
like garden which has been created
over a life time surrounds the
home. Comprising of 3 bedrooms,
spacious lounge/dining area with
expansive windows allowing for
glorious views of the garden. The
home features kitchen with modern
appliances, clean bathroom, toilet
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and central heating, providing
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heating & cooling and clean
bathroom and toilet.
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Web id: 61375450

Online: www.lensmith.com.au Open: By appointment


Web id: - Address: 263 Main Street

BACCHuS mArSH

With room to move

Unique 3 acre property. The home


built by its current owners, comprises
of 3 bedrooms, dining room/
lounge, modernised kitchen with
quality appliances, 2 bathrooms,
separate ofce/study, delightful
family room at the rear. Beautifully
designed garden dominated by
a magnicent cedar tree which
provides fshade over summer. 3 car
garage/workshop area, 17m x 17m
enclosed packing shed & cool store,
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glory. Separate one bedroom studio/
granny at with all amenities, town
water connected, irrigation water
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Address: 277 Main Street

See It, Love It, Live It

A rare opportunity, to purchase such a unique


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extremely well designed architect mud brick/cedar
home of approx 39.5 squares featuring 5 bedrooms
(WIR & ens), study, 2 huge living areas.

A Perfect Place to Start

Currently retuning $290 per week rent. Close to


Main Street shops, Primary & Secondary schools
& railway station. Comprising of 3 bedrooms WIRs
and ens to main, 2 separate living areas, kitchen/
meals area, large family room, central bathroom
and laundry. Other features include; double garage,
under cover pergola area, gas central heating & split
system air conditioner.

Online: www.lensmith.com.au Open: By appointment


Online: www.lensmith.com.au Open: By appointment
Web id: 61374130 Address: 4 Chambers Court
Web id: 61379980 Address: 21 Connor Street

Do the Sums

Highly prized central position of Bacchus Marsh.


Within walking distance to Schools, Main Street
Shops & Railway Station. Recently undergone a
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new kitchen bench tops, new bathroom vanity,
shower screen and toilet. This 2 bedroom unit has
a totally new lease of life, it would make the ideal
choice as an owner/occupier or smart investment.

SOLD

Online: www.lensmith.com.au Open: By appointment


Online: www.lensmith.com.au
Web id: 61377410 Address: 2/12 George Street
Web id: 61317650

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AUTOMOTIVE Lapt
Y

ALL TYPES

Specialists in
Farm Security Household Guardrail
Post Holes Dug

Phone Mick 0429 681 139

SLE

Site Cuts Driveways Drains


Trenching Concreting
Post holes General Excavation
Horse Arenas Landscaping
FootingsDams and Rock Beaching
Dam repairs and cleanouts
Hard Rubbish & Fire Prevention Clean Up

Shane Lindsay

0431 094 564

FENCING

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 3 June, 2014 Page 23

oF all
JacK
traDeS

Home Maintenance Services


High Pressure Water Cleaning
Tap & Bathroom Repairs
Lawn Mowing Painting
Plastering Repairs Tiling Repairs
Door & Lock Repairs
Garden Maintenance
General Household Maintenance
Repairs Fully Insured
Free quotes Call Chris 0412 708 905

LANDSCAPING

BALLAN MOTOR
WRECKERS

BCD40106
General Domestic & Commercial Painting
MBA126237
Wallpapering, Faux & Specialised finishes
Complete Handyman & property maintenance service
Plastering & General building repairs
Free Quotes

ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
TREVOR
0487 953 469

Contact Neil Harty


Ph: 5367 1776 Mob: 0418 312 288

RELOCATED TO:
26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

Mobile: 0405 414 354 or (03) 5368 6658

CALL FOR
ALL YOUR
PLUMBING
NEEDS

Master Painter & Decorator

PLUMBING

PLUMBING
Specialising in Waste Water Treatment Systems

Come visit us at our retail shop

155 Inglis Street BALLAN

Phone: 03 5368 1036

www.flashjetting.com.au

www.flashjetting.com.au

Email: ballan.plumbing@netconnect.com.au
www.ballanplumbing.com.au

Blocked Drains
Blocked Drains
CCTV Drain Camera Inspections
CCTV Drain Camera Inspections
General Plumbing & Maintenance
General Plumbing & Maintenance
Gas Fitting
Gas Fitting
24/7 Emergency Callout
24/7 Emergency Callout

Well have your drains cleared in a FLASH!

Well have your drains cleared in a FLASH!

REMOVALS

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

SHORCANE CONSTRUCTIONS

Renovations Bathroom Kitchens


General Carpentry Pergolas Decks
Roofing Retaining Walls Tiling Painting Plaster
Bobcat & Tipper Hire Programmed property maintenance

SEPTIC CLEANING
Septic Tank
Cleaning
Ivers
Service
Liquid
Grease Traps Waste
Septic Tanks
Triple Interceptors
Industrial Waste
Hayden Ivers
Mob: 0419 400 025
Ph: (03) 5367 3016

TRANSPORT

Ray 0419 544 332

SMASH REPAIRS

0418 343 547


MIN
EXCAV I
A
1.8 TO TOR
NNE

General Plumbing
Gas Fitting
Septics and Drainage

New Homes & Alterations


Dishwasher Installations
Maintenance
REG 24148

LAWN MOWING
PRUNING
WEEDING
POISONING
GUTTER CLEANING
GENERAL CLEAN UPS
MULCH ODD JOBS
BILLY
0413 437 667

SEPTIC CLEANING

Darryl: 0418 363 030


or: 0400 135 593

PO Box 250 Bacchus Marsh VIC 3340

TOWN PLANNERS

Mark Reddish

Prompt & Efcient 7 Day Service


Competent Trained Operators
Stringent Hygiene Standards

Big or small jobs - Guaranteed and Insured

shorcane@activ8.net.au

Ballan and District


Plumbing

Burglar Liquid
Waste

MN10071G

PAINTING

PLUMBING

PROPERTY SERVICES

BALLAN PLUMBING PTY LTD


Krystel Kleer ADV 5000 treatment plant
Septic tanks installation and problem solving
General Plumbing Pump sales and service
Hot water sales and installation

Planting
Rock work
Instant turf

www.nilslandscaping.com.au
PLUMBER

TOPLINE COATINGS

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

Paving
Retaining walls
Lawn care
Maintenance

182 Gisborne Rd, Bacchus Marsh


Ph/Fax: (03) 5367 6075
email: stracey@bigpond.net.au

PAINTING

Vehicles wanted Free pickup.

Nils Thiele-Wittig

Qualied Landscape Gardener/Horticulturist

Trailer and horse floats


Mini loader
Post hole diggers
 lso agent for Avis vehicle
A
rental

MOTOR WRECKERS

New and used parts for


most makes and models.

QUALIFIED GARDENER

Equipment Hire:
Tradespeople
Gardeners
DIY Renovations

MN20120306NTW

Handyman Service
Decking, verandahs,
fences, plastering,
tiling, roofing,
spouting, kitchens
and bathrooms
No job too small
Free quotes
Phone Bill 0402 085 240

HIRE

HANDYMAN

12313

HANDYMAN

TOWING

TOWING

BALLAN AND
DISTRICT TOWING

mADDinGleY TOWinG

Including accident towing

-VACC Accredited -All work guaranteed


-Courtesy Car available by appointment
- Repairer for all insurance companies
- Low Bake Oven for Factory Finish
- Car-o-liner chassis straightener
- Dustless sanding - Spot welder
- 24hr secured, monitored premises

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

RELOCATED TO:
26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

RELOCATED TO:
26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

TREE REMOVAL

WASTEWATER

tree removal & StumP grInDIng

24 Hour Accident/Breakdown Service


Free car body removal
Farm clean ups
PROMPT AND RELIABLE SERVICE
Tilt tray service
Call Steve on 0412 300 492

WASTEWATER

ALL BRANDS SERVICING

DANGEROUS TREES & LIMBS REMOVED

Servicing Bacchus Marsh and


Surrounding Areas

Service and maintenance of


wastewater treatment plants.
Supply & installation of
treatment plants & effluent

LIMITED ACCESS SPECIALISTS

Phone Doug: 5368 6487


Mobile: 0423 001 329

Wastewater Treatment
Plant Specialists

www.moretontreeservices.com

disposal fields.
Mob: 0429 141 151
Ph: 5367 7646 Fax: 5367 7407
service@allbrandsservicing.com.au

FREE CALL
www.wastewateraus.com.au

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LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS
stonemason

WILSON
MEMORIALS

STONEMASONS
BALLARAT
& All District Cemeteries

Your Personal Designs


Headstones & Monuments
All Memorial Works

Ph 5335 8074 Fax 5336 2669


814 Latrobe St Ballarat, 3350
Also Stone Benchtops

stonemason

FIREWOOD
FIREWOOD

FIREWOOD

Wood Briquettes

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Classified ad bookings close 12PM Friday.


Bookings on (03) 5368 1966 or by email
news@themooraboolnews.com.au
Email must include full contact details or
advertisement cannot be placed.
FIREWOOD

Dry common
firewood

Pre-Winter Special

BUSINESS FOR SALE


TROPHY
BUSINESS
Well established
business.
Regular Clientele.
Excellent opportunity
to work from home.
Stock and equipment
included.
$25000 ONO.
Ph: 0431 326 123

700kg
only $55
Density equal to
Redgum
pick up only
call 5368 1999

FIREWOOD
Phone Adam

0409 760 328

death notice

death notice

WANTED TO BUY

walkers wanted

PUBLIC NOTICE

BLAY, Garry
Passed away suddenly on April 4 surrounded by family. Garry
is finally at peace but is deeply missed by his partner of 30
years, Zita Fekete, as well as his children and grandchildren.
He was a generous and compassionate person and his loss
will be felt by many people in the region he made home for
the past 27 years.
The funeral took place on 9 April in Essendon,
conducted by Joseph Allison funerals

STEVENS
Raymond Alan
Passed away
at Grant Lodge
20th May 2014.
Loving Husband
of Norma (dec)
Much Loved Dad
of Tony & Mark
Loved & Missed by Gayle
*SWEET DREAMS*

caSh For ScraP

We are currently looking


for reliable people to
deliver Catalogues
& Newspapers to
letterboxes through the

BALLAN CRICKET
CLUB
ANNUAL GENERAL
MEETING
(AGM)
Sunday 15th June
@ 2.00pm
Ballan Clubrooms,
Cowie Street
All Welcome

room to rent

FOR rent

Room to rent in
Bacchus Marsh township.
Clean and comfortable
home. Walk to shops and
transport. Good heating
and air conditioning,
dishwashers, Foxtel
and Wi Fi.
$200 per week
no extra bills.
Amelia 0416 200 311

TOWNHOUSE
Bacchus Marsh
Central Position,
close to Main Street.
2 Bedrooms,
2 Bathrooms, AirCon,
Central Heating,
Double Garage
$330 per week,
Min. 1 year lease
0409 100 649

room to rent

garage sale

POSITIONS VACANT

1 bedroom in large
new house.
Own bathroom/toilet.
Shared meals/living areas.
Off street parking.
Would suit clean & tidy
person with own car.
$130pw includes expenses
& WIFI.
Phone Gordon

DARLEY

BOOKKEEPER

0433 346 978

SHED CLEARANCE
Friday 6, Saturday 7
& Sunday 8 June
9am 1pm all days
129a Halletts Way
BACCHUS MARSH
(Parking on street only)
Tools, machinery parts,
furniture, household goods,
lawn mower, garden items
and much more, Must
Sell, everything to go. No
reasonable offer refused.

CLAIRVOYANT

BUSINESS

CLAIRVOYANT

CHRISTABELLES

Ph: 5331 2957

FUNERALS

PAT CASHIN

FUNERALS
1114 Doveton St. Nth,
Ballarat

Ph: 5333 3911


All Hours

r e
Full seatveiccost
at moder
PUBLIC NOTICE

Ballan District Health and Care


Board of Governance
Director Vacancy
Ballan District Health and Care is a Not for Profit Private
Health Service situated at Ballan.
The Health Service offers a wide range of Acute, Sub
Acute, Community Health, Primary Care, General
Practitioner and Aged Care Services.
The Board of Governance is an inclusive skills based
Board of Directors who are charged with the responsibility
of ensuring good and responsible governance on behalf
of the service members.
Applications are now sought from suitably qualified and
experienced members of the community to fill one current
vacancy in this Not for Profit Private Health Service.
Further information can be obtained by contacting the
Board Chair, Ms Lyn Gunnell or the Company Secretary
and Chief Executive Officer, Mr Wayne Weaire on
53681100.
Written applications, including an outline of skills and
experience and current C.V. should be forwarded to:
The Chief Executive Officer
Ballan District Health and Care
33 Cowie Street Ballan 3342
Applications close 4pm Friday 13th June 2014
Wayne Weaire, Company Secretary/Chief Executive Officer

TAROT READINGS

100% ACCURATE
Phone Marlene

0409 445 287

REDGUM
Delivered

5367 6711

Cars, Batteries,
Copper, Brass,
Aluminium, Scrap Metal
Farm Clean-ups
FREE PICK-UP
SURROUNDING AREAS

Phone Chris
0405 331 468

Jewellery, Homewares,
Handbags, Lamps, Candles
Supporting people with
disabilities
in the community
Monday to Thursday
9.00am to 4.00pm
Friday
9.00am to 1.00pm
Shop 2/2 Graham Street
Bacchus Marsh

5366 3020

The Moorabool News


Office

58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342

Office Hours

Tuesday to Friday, 9am 5pm


(Mondays by appointment)

Phone

(03) 5368 1966

Fax

(03) 5368 2764

Email Editorial news@themooraboolnews.com.au



Advertising sales@themooraboolnews.com.au
Ad copy graphics@themooraboolnews.com.au

Cut, split &


delivered
$85 per metre

BACCHUS MARSH
AREA
If you are interested,
please phone Sue on
5367 1084, a Car and
phone are required.

lost

Moorabool New
Moorabool News
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online
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Experience with MYOB, Xero or Banklink preferred.
Account(able) Accountants requires an experienced
bookkeeper to assist with business clients
record keeping.
Applications close Wednesday 4 June Email Covering letter & Resume to:
mail@weareaccountable.com.au

POSITIONS VACANT

Mushroom Grower / Harvest Specialist

Our Company and Location:


It is a fast moving environment currently employing around 80 people
and located near Bacchus Marsh, west of Melbourne.
Responsibilities:
This role will involve but not be limited to: Supervising, Training and
Leading, Responsible for preparing and direct staff worker engage in
sanitation, Harvesting mushroom beds, Harvesting every production
room for various of Mushrooms at pinning stage, Responsible for
Mushroom production rooms, bed, trays etc. Set up the room for
mushroom picking, Follow sanitation and hygiene standards, including
daily washing, cleansing and Disinfecting Procedures, Assist in the
completion of all mandatory daily harvest tasks and to support all levels
of the Growing and Harvesting Departments.
Requirements:
The successful candidate has at least 3 years experience in the
Mushroom Growing field, which includes dealing with:
Sound Knowledge about Mushroom growing
Demonstrated team experience in related environment
Experience in leading staff within a diverse multicultural environment
Good communication skills
Experience in Team Work
You will be highly organised, efficient, team-spirit and corporative,
respective hard worker with highly effective interpersonal skills and be
part of a high performance environment.
Salary: commensurate with experience and market rate.
Address your applications to:
HR Manager;
Email: jobs@parwan.com.au

Classifieds
Newborns in the district

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

The Moorabool News 3 June, 2014 Page 25

Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and


Melton Regional Hospital.
Photos Natasha Hurst

Vesna and Con of Melton welcomed baby boy Ricci


into their lives on Friday 27 May 2014 at 2.26am
weighing 3840grams (8lbs 7oz).

Lalor couple Ravneet and


Jagwinder
welcomed
a
precious baby boy into their
lives at 11.59 on Thursday 29
May 2014 weighing 3790
grams (8lbs 5oz).

Matilda Blu COPLEY is the


first child born to Bacchus
Marsh parents Zoe and Dean.
Little Matilda arrived on
Thursday 10 April at 4.54pm
and weighed 3320g (7lb 5oz).
Photo submitted

Justine and Daniel of Mt


Macedon are proud to
announce the arrival of baby
boy Rafferty Fox into their
family.
Rafferty
was
welcomed on Thursday 29
May 2014 at 9.01am weighing
3800 grams (8lbs 6oz), and is
a little mate for his furry
sibling, Winston the dog.

Darley couple Melanie and


Alex welcomed their first child
baby boy Parker Maverick
WOODS into their family on
Wednesday 28 May 2014 at
8.16 pm weighing 3210 grams
(7lbs 0oz).

Its a boy for Caroline Springs couple Natasha and


Luke who welcomed Zaid VELLA into their family at
10.33am on Thursday 29 May 2014. Weighing
2410grams (5lbs 5oz), Zaid is a little brother for
Zane and Zac.

FREE ADVERTISING

SELL YOUR ITEMS $100 & under FOR FREE

Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au
BABY CARSEAT Fisher & Price EC
$30 - 5367 1046
BAR MATS / RUNNERS Assorted
$10ea - 0402 809 483
BASSINET ANTIQUE Silk lined on
stand EC $80 - 0413 940 660
BED Safety Rail with secure lock,
VGC $20 - 0409 253 042
BED Safety Rail with secure lock,
VGC $20 - 0409 253 042
BIKE Adult GC $35 - 0424 395 896
BIKE MOUNTAIN Avanti Front
Suspension $79 - 0437 757 895
BLOUSE & SWEATER Designer
brand as news $10ea - 5367 8933
BOOTS SAFETY WORK (3) pairs new
$20 each - 0434 649 454
BOOTS MOTORBIKE NEW Black
size 43 length $100 - 0406 199 882
BOOTS LADIES 10 pairs size 8 $100
the lot - 0401 828 629
CABINET French 2 door 2 shelves
white New in box $90 0421 823 930
CAGE Strong mesh with two
openings. Suit small chickens or
ferrets. $20 - 0428 130 171
CAGE RAT / MOUSE (2) with
accessories $50 lot - 0405 689 620
CAMERA, Nikon cool pix, L820 latest
model $100 5367 8933
CARPET SWEEPERS (2) Retro push
GC $40ea - 0428 130 171
CHAIRS bar (2) Timber swivel $90 5368 7096
CHAIR office chair, grey black, swivel,
5 castor wheels, $25 - 0437043963
CHAIRS (2) leather brown burgundy
recliner chairs GC $100 - 0419320258
CHILD CAR SEAT safe n sound,
front facing, 8-18kg, EC as new $80
0413 902 161

CHILDS TOILET TRAINING CHAIR


infant Dora design EC $20 0413902161
COFFEE Grinder Sunbeam GC
hardly used $15 - 5369 4339
COLLECTOR DOLLS Home Art.
Still in boxes $15ea 0412 869 304
CORNER UNIT Wooden 2220mm
high x 690mm wide 5 Shelves $35 0409 524 091

Phone: 5368 1966

(Phone ads between 9.30am-12pm Tues to Thurs ONLY)

FRIDGES (2) kero 1940s not working


$100 EA - 0428 130 171

OVERALLS New Oversized (6) $30


the lot - 0424 930 653

TAPS brand new chrome for vanity


$45 - 5367 8933

Galvanised nails 2.5 kilo box


$30 - 5367 8933

PHONE MOBILE Blackberry


Vodaphone $50 0424 395 896

GRASS Artificial. approx. 3m.


Varied shapes $100 - 53681964

PLATES Bradford Exchange (8)


lamplight Inn collection $10 ea
0438 536 818

TELEPHONE
Digital
Cordless
Oricom Slim 8800 & Slim 8000
DECT & answering System $30 0409400650

HELMET White full face NEW $90 0406 199 882

HELMET Black Open face NEW $50 0406 199 882

PLATES Bradford Exchange (2)


cottage @wishing well collection
$10ea 0438 536 818

HORSE RUGS GC 4 x 6/3 & 4 x 6/6


$100 the lot 5360 8279

PORTACOT VGC $50 ono 53673464

IRON corrugated Zincalume, 8


sheets x 5m some minor corrosion,
$25 per sheet - 0408 501 960

PRAM Swallow Beema Q EUC


- includes solid cover $50
0423456911

IRON Roof Capping & Flashing- 10


pcs. $50 lot - 0408 501 960

PRAM Valco Doubletake Tandem


Pram EUC $80 - 0423 456 911

JACKETS (3) leather ladies, size 1416 black (2), grey (1) $30ea 5367 2821

PUMP Submersible Water Pump- SS


housing. Near new. $40 - 0438855723

DOOR external wood with full length


glass insert $95 0438 531 902

JACKETS
(2)
MOTORCYCLE
Womens Winter/Summer Size 12
$50ea 0412 199 617

ROCKS garden rocks, large pile pick


up in Ballan FREE 5368 1603

DRESSER, large, suit lounge,


solid timber, glass doors etc $100 53672821

JOLLY JUMPER In box EC. Also


Baby BUMBO booster seat. $60 for
both 0459 026 952

DRUM plastic 200 litre with


clampable lid and tap $15 0418147663

JUICER never
0413940660

CUBBYHOUSE GC 5368 1282


CUPBOARD pine 2 door, teak colour,
4 shelves VGC $60 - 5310 6348.
DEB DRESS White Full shirt $80 5367 1046
DESK Student GC $25 - 0403 148 556
DESK computer black/grey shelves,
1 drawer $20 0402 929 664
DINING SETTING Extend table with
6 chairs Timber $100 5310 6652

DRYER Fisher & Paykel GC $75 53681543


DVD stands (2) Holds about 100
dvds. $50 - 5368 7096

used

$30

KITCHEN SINK double with flick


mixer EC $35 - 5368 1789
MEGAPHONE with batteries $40 0448 427 768

RUG hand crocheted, single bed


size, multi coloured $50 - 5367 2821

TIMBER PICKETS For fencing 1.5


mts $100 ono - 0424 930 653
TREADMILL Faulty magnetic switch
(full details) otherwise GC. FREE 0412376317
TV CUPBOARD Timber,
storage. $40 - 5368 7096

with

WALKERS (2) Heavy Duty EC $80ea


- 5367 3464
WARDROBES (2) old but GC $30ea 0434 649 454
WASHING MACHINE Old top
loader wringer, not working $80 0428130171

SEWING MACHINE electric lamp EC


$30 - 0437 757 895

WATER CONTAINERS 10 x 10 litres


inc dispenser nozzle $1.50 each 5367 8933

SHEET SET KS Grey cotton $30


NEW - 0434 649 454

WATER TANK 1000 litre plastic in


cage $60 0418 147 663

SHOES lADIES (16) Assorted size 8


& 9 $60 the lot - 0401 828 629

WHEELCHAIR as new condition


$70 ono - 5367 3464

SHOES ladies size 40/10, flat (2),


high (2) $40ono lot - 5367 2821
SNOW SKI (pair) $20 - 0424 395 896

WINDOWS Aluminum (3) in hard


wood cases with fly wire GC $30ea
0421 256 214

STEAMER vegetable Moulinex As


new $30 with manual - 0413 940 660

WHIP LEATHER 6 ft long/suit horse


training $20 - 0410 362 072
WORK SHIRTS New Oversized (6)
$30 the lot - 0424 930 653

ENGINE Ford Laser Ghia efi 1.8 ltr


with extras $100 0405 689 620

MIRROR dressing table solid


timber framed VGC old teak $80 0413902161

EXERCISE MACHINE Cardio Twist


with DVD $40 - 5368 1543

MOUNTAIN BIKE Malvern star 26


$90 0401 577 737

FILING CABINETS Steel 4 drawer &


3 drawer $100 for both 0424 930 653

MOUNTAIN BIKE Milazo 26 $90


0401 577 737

STROLLER with basket, covers


& tray, infant to 4yo VGC $30 0409253042

FRIDGE SAMSUNG bar fridge GC


$50 ono - 5367 3464

MOUNTAIN BIKE Southern Star 26


$60 0401 577 737

TABLE brown slatted wood as new


Folds flat $40 - 0413 940 660

MOTORBIKE Ag100 early 70s Suit


parts or restore $100 - 0405 689 620

TAPESTRY FRAME: Lap & Table


stand. EC $40 - 0412 869 304

FRIDGE Kelvinator at least 50 yrs old,


GC not working $100 - 0428 130 171

TIMBER Assorted Lengths $75 lot


ono - 5367 2230

XBOX 360 complete with 2 controls


remote $60 - 0437 757 895
XBOX 360 complete, guitar hero
kit drums 2 guitars game etc $20 0437757895

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Page 26 The Moorabool News 3 June, 2014

The Whats On section is for non-profit community organisations. All free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in
this section will only appear if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

adult education

CHURCH

Melton South Community Centre


Offering classes Jewellery making 13 /15 June, CPR / First
Aid 14 June, Soy Candle Making 15 June, Bridal Floristry 15
June, Large Box design Floristry 15 June. Phone 9747 8576
for enquiries & bookings.

Anglican Parish of West Moorabool


Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Service Times
Sunday 8 June - St Johns Bungaree, 9am; St Johns Ballan,
11am; St James Morrisons, 5pm. Enquiries Glen Wesley
5368 2730.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Sundays, 10:30am: Worship Service and Childrens
Program. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Living Word Bible Church
Sundays 10:30am: James Young Room, Bacchus Marsh
Library. Call Azza - 0430 141 263.
Catholic Parish of Gordon
Mass Times Saturday 7 June, Springbank, 6.30pm
Sunday 8 June Bungaree, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am.
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month).
Ballan Uniting Church
Services 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday
9.30am Reflective Worship.
Anglican Parish of Bacchus Marsh, Balliang, Myrniong &
Blackwood
Service times - Holy Trinity Bacchus Marsh - Sunday
8.30am Holy Communion, 10am Family Service,
Wednesday Holy Communion 10am; St Georges Balliang
9am 2nd & 4th Sundays; Christ Church Myrniong 11am 1st
& 3rd Sunday; All Saints Blackwood 1st & 3rd Sunday, 9am.
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Mens
KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Further details 0429 681 566.

Heritage
Book Sale

MEETINGS

1840s 1950s
St Andrews Uniting Church Hall
June 7th 9th @ 10am to 4pm

Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)


Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd,
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome Jack 9741 9705

Cash sales only


Proceeds:
Frontier Services UCA serving remote Australia
Contact: 5367 3023
lutoncourt@gmail.com

MARKETs
Ballan Lions Club Market
Saturday 7 June 2014, 8am-1pm.
1st Saturday each Month. Inglis St, Ballan.
Ballan Farmers Market
Next Market Saturday 14 June 2014, 9am-1pm.
2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Enq 0408 218 954
Darley Market
Saturday 7 June, 9am-1pm. Darley Park, Cnr Gisborne Rd &
Grey St, Enq- 0488 345 145.

Join us

for a cuppa and mingle with other people

Trivia Night

who care

Tuesday 10th June from 10am to 12pm at


Darley Neighbourhood Centre,
33 Jonathon Drive, Darley
You will have the opportunity to access information
about Carer Respite and Support Services, meet with
some of our staff and talk to us about how we might
be able to assist and support you in your caring role.
For further information or to register
for the next Cuppa,
please call Carer Respite and Support Services
on 5333 7104 or email: carers@bhs.org.au
We look forward to seeing you there!

2014
Blumes
Fashion
Parade

Ballan Football Netball Club


Saturday 14th June, 7.30pm
Ballan Recrecation Reserve, Cowie St
Tickets $25 per person
Individual tickets or tables of up to 10 available.
A fun night filled with Trivia, Raffles, Auctions and Prizes.

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Sulky Snippets
Tuesday, when 4-Y-0 Union
Guy/Passionate Fame mare
Union Fame led for the majority of the 1609 metre trip
of the Angove Family Winemakers Pace for C0 class.

By LEN BAKER
Melton co-trainers Maree
and John Caldow enjoyed
a profitable day at the Warragul trots on Monday May
26 after winning a stable
double with Barriettas Bliss
in the Dannysthevenue.
com.au Pace for C0 class
over 1785 metres and Major Charge in the strangely
named
Warragul
Cup
Easter Sunday 3-Y-0 Pace
over the same journey, both
with John in the sulky.

Five year old Blissful Hall/


Lavra Riviera gelding Walky
Talky was also a winner on
the day for Meltons Beau
Tindale, taking the Stusfantasyfootball.com Pace
for C2 & C3 class over 1785
metres.
Driven by Lisa Miles,
Walky Talky used the sprint
lane to gain the judges
verdict by a neck over Post
It Away with The Smirker
holding down third.

Melton trainer Joe Borg


had a welcome change of
luck, when 11-Y-0 Extrovert/Everstone
gelding
Stylish Dude scored his first
victory since 2011, by taking
the Albert Tattison Tribute
Trotters Handicap for T0 or
better class over 2205 metres at Warragul.

The Caldows were again


winners at Geelong on

Glen Park father and son


Sebastian and Zac Steenhuis scored a terrific victory
with bonny Metropolitan/
Bye The Deep South filly
Tallulah Bay at Geelong,
taking out the James And
Son Pace for C1 class over
2100 metres.
Tallulah Bay raced in the
open before dashing to the
front on the final bend to
register a strong 5.2 metre
victory from Real Performer and This Is Your Life in a
mile rate of 1-59.

When youre hot youre hot,


and the Sugars team are in
full flight at present, with
smart Majestic Son/Shining Sun filly Illawong Helios
leading throughout from
gate five to land the Seelite
Windows & Doors Maryborough Trotters Oaks Trial
over 2190 metres at Maryborough on Wednesday.

Lance Justice produced


yet another ex-Kiwi in 4-Y-0
Sands A Flyin/Zwish gelding Phil Monty to take the
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Pace for C0 class over 2190
metres when making his
Australian debut.
Driven by Jason Hackett,
Phil Monty ambled around
at his leisure from gate five,
winning by 25.4 metres in
advance of Quirinus and It
Is Ike.

Dunnstowns David Murphy brought up two wins in


succession with home bred
Modern
Art/Spellmaker
4-Y-0 entire Desdon Mur-

Sport

ruffy, by taking the $7,505


West Side Horsham Series
Final for C2 & C3 class over
2200 metres at Horsham on
Thursday.
Third in his heat held at
Terang on May 14 prior to
a victory at Ballarat on May
21, Desdon Murruffy led for
the majority of the trip, accounting for Arr En Special
from last and Crazy Dave
(one/one) in a rate of 1-59.1.

I neglected to mention two


Ballarat winners last week:
Daylesfords
Bob
and
Glenn Conroy snared the
Findlay Engineering Trotters Handicap with 5-Y-0
Modern Art/Curry An Rice
gelding Ballan Road.
Leading out from the pole
Ballan Road defied all challengers to score by 1.1 metres over Redy To Race with
Bev Denison third.

Bungaree dup Alf and


Gerard Steenhuis combined to land the Ballarat
Surgical Pace for C0 class
over 2200 metres with 4-Y-0
It Is I/Zolong gelding I Am
Louie in a rate of 2-00.4.
Driven by Gerard, I Am
Louie led throughout from
gate three, accounting
for Fullness Of Time and
Melegend.

Meetings for the week:


Wednesday Echuca/
Terang, Thursday Yarra
valley/Ballarat, Friday
Mildura/ Melton, Saturday
Bendigo, Sunday Mooroopna @ Shepparton,
Monday Hamilton, Tuesday Kilmore
Horses to follow: Blixem
Stride, Chevals Racer, A Bit
Ruthless, Mammals Spark,
Jacckabeems,
Indulgent,
Chivas Shark, Quirinus, Peters Ace, Lets Go Rabbitoh.

Tabcorp Park Friday 30 May. Race 4 Winner: Royal Treat (5). Trainer: Blake Fitzpatrick.
Driver: Blake Fitzpatrick. Photo: Stuart McCormick HRV.

The Moorabool News 3 June, 2014 Page 27

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

Although the early morning started off a little fresh,


by mid-morning the sun

was out and perfect conditions greeted the Bacchus


Marsh Cross Country runners last week at Myrniong.
59 runners tackled the
winding course throughout
the Myrniong Recreation
Reserve.
This coming weekend over
40 athletes will participate
at the Benalla Cross Coun-

try Open Day at Reef Hills


Reserve. Athletes will walk
the course at 10am with the
first event scheduled for
10.30am. Bacchus Marsh
will be endeavouring to
win the Benalla Perpetual
Trophy for the 10th consecutive year. Athletes must
sign in on arrival and pay
their $7 entry fee.

Under 9 & 10 athletes mid-way through the 1500m race.

Bacchus Marsh Soccer


Results - Round 9
Under 13s Open Gold
Bacchus Marsh Gold 0 lost
Buninyong SC 4
Under 13s Open Blue
Bacchus Marsh Blue 0 lost
North United 9
Under 15s Open
Bacchus Marsh 10 def
Ballarat 2
Goals - Declan Macdonald
6, Jeremy Cinel 1, Mitchell
Hamill 1, Dane Birch 1, Jack
Scamangas 1.
Under 16s Girls
Bacchus Marsh 0 lost Vic
Park Red 10
Under 18s Boys Metro
Bacchus Marsh 3 lost
Maribyrnong 6
Goals - Alexis Joannidis 3.
Seniors Division 3 Open
Bacchus Marsh 2 def
Maryborough 0
Goals - Milan Radic 1, Iain
Smith 1.

Under 13s

Under 15s

Under 18s

Sport

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Slow start costs Blues again


Central Highlands Football League
Results Round 7
Seniors
Hepburn 14.16 (100) d Skipton 8.10 (58)
Cham Linton 8.9 (57) d Dunnstown 6.10 (46)
Bungaree 13.15 (93) d Daylesford 8.11 (59)
Buninyong 13.9 (87) d Ballan 11.5 (71)
Learmonth 15.7 (97) d Creswick 8.10 (58)
Rwood-Chap 32.17 (209) d Smythesdale 1.1 (7)
Springbank 16.13 (109) d Beaufort 6.2 (38)
Gordon 17.11 (113) d Clunes 15.15 (105)
Waubra 22.13 (145) d Newlyn 12.4 (76)

Ballan Football
Seniors
The Buninyong Bombers
got the jump on the Blues
in the first quarter and built
a three goal buffer. The
Blues steadied the flow in
the second quarter with
Campbell Brown receiving
plenty of attention where
ever he was with the Blues
failing to take advantage
of gaps up forward. Mark
Williams tried his very best
to liven up the centre and
Ryan Aquillina relished
the tough centre contests.
Johny Dorning also held his
own in the ruck. In the final
quarter the Blues had their
chances but they could not
bridge the gap. Michael
Snaith bagged a goal and
Zac Peoples followed up but
the Bombers steadied to
score, and try as the Blues
did, the Buninyong held
them at bay.
Final Score Ballan 11 5 71
lost Buningyong 13 9 87
Best - R Aquillina, M Williams , J Dorning, D Mullane, K Doyle.
Reserves
Final Score - Ballan 6 16
52 lost Buninyong 8 6 54
Best - S Sims , D Pike, M
Darley, B Masters, L Dickson, B Ferguson
Under 17.5s
Final Score Ballan 13 9 87
def Buninyong 1 6 12
Best -T McGregor, C Sher, J
Conlan, C Micallef, J Layley,
A Bongart
Under 14.5s

Reserves
Hepburn 15.10 (100) d Skipton 4.12 (36)
Dunnstown11.6 (72) d Cham/Linton 5.7 (37)
Bungaree 20.12 (132) d Daylesford 6.4 (40)
Buninyong 8.6 (54) d Ballan 6.16 (52)
Learmonth 11.6 (72) d Creswick 9.11 (65)
Rwood-Chap 18.11 (119) d Smythesdale 4.0 (24)
Springbank10.8 (68) d Beaufort 4.1 (25)
Gordon 11.2 (68) d Clunes 7.7 (49)
Waubra 23.10 (148) d Newlyn 2.1 (13)
Under 17.5
Hepburn 25.10 (160) d Skipton 2.4 (16)
Dunnstown 13.9 (87) d Cham/Linton 5.6 (36)
Bungaree 15.15 (105) d Daylesford 3.5 (23)
Ballan 13.9 (87) d Buninyong 1.6 (12)
Creswick 14.17 (101) d Learmonth 3.5 (23)
Rwood-Chap 8.11 (59) d Smythesdale 4.2 (26)
Beaufort 9.13 (67) d Springbank 4.4 (28)
Clunes 11.10 (76) d Gordon 5.4 (34)
Newlyn 9.12 (66) d Waubra 0.3 (3)
Under 14.5
Hepburn 24.9 (153) d Skipton 2.1 (13)
Cham/Linton 9.6 (60) d Dunnstown 5.11 (41)
Daylesford 18.23 (131) d Bungaree 0.0 (0)
Ballan 5.6 (36) d Buninyong 4.1 (25)
Creswick 13.5 (83) d Learmonth 3.2 (20)
Smythesdale 5.6 (36) d Rwood-Chap 4.4 (28)
Beaufort 7.8 (50) d Springbank 7.4 (46)
Clunes 23.16 (154) d Gordon 0.0 (0)
Newlyn 9.11 (65) d Waubra 2.1 (13)

entral Highlands Netball League

Central Highlands Netball League

esults - Round 7
TEAM
Skipton
Hepburn

Results - Round 7
13&U
2
45

15&U
20
20

17&U
38
17

C
19
33

B
30
46

38
6

35
16

38
32

24
39

22
37

29
55

Daylesford
Bungaree

12
21

3
33

9
42

22
47

11
35

36
55

Ballan
Buninyong

10
32

16
10

20
16

11
45

37
11

42
34

Learmonth
Creswick

1
38

29
7

26
14

21
15

33
19

37
22

Rokewood
Smythesdale

7
8

10
32

18
21

31
18

23
12

66
18

Springbank
Beaufort

3
43

24
21

51
17

38
30

69
8

77
12

Clunes
Gordon

11
29

10
42

9
32

29
14

53
20

39
43

Waubra
Newlyn

18
30

13
41

19
21

33
7

56
11

59
29

Netball
Round 7 v Buninyong
13&Under B - Erynn Vella
and Bridget Casey got
Ballan off to a great start
combining well in goals.
Lily McConnell took intercepts all over the court and
chased up every loose ball
as the game went almost
goal for goal. Renee Vella
got into the action, getting
plenty of touches. Lauren
Vella and Hayley Taylor
were almost unstoppable
in defence. Buninyong defeated Ballan.

13&Under
Ballan stuck with ladder
leaders Buninyong for the
first half, really making
them work hard to take the
lead. Megan Hammond
was on fire in goals combing well with Nyree McConnell. In defence Layla
Foster-Travers and Shelby
Cox worked tirelessly. Anais
Clifford fought hard all over
the court as did the entire
team, never giving up despite Buninyongs lead.
Buninyong 32 defeated Ballan 10
15&Under
Another fantastic win by
the girls defeating Buninyong by 6 goals. The girls
dominated the match for
the first 3 quarters and remained settled to hold off
a late comeback by Buninyong in the last quarter.
Ballan 16 defeated Buninyong 10.
17&Under
After a weeks rest, the
girls came out determined
to win. Megan Mullane
and Jordan Loughnane
combined well in defence
resulting in valuable turn-

overs with goalers Katelyn


McGregor and Alannah
Clifford capitalising on
these breaks. From the first
quarter the girls had the
lead and managed to hold
this, defeating Buninyong
20 to 16.
C Grade
Ballan never gave in despite coming up against
strong opponents in Buninyong. Buninyong 45 defeated Ballan 11, Best on
court - Anna Conlan.
B Grade
After a close first quarter
Ballan went on to dominate
the game, keeping Buninyong goalless in the last
quarter as the girls continued to build on their lead.
Ballan 37 defeated Buninyong 11, Best on court Eliza Lanyon.
A Grade
Ballan took control of the
game early, dominating the
second half with accurate
shooting and valuable intercepts allowing the girls
to build on their lead and
take the four points convincingly. Ballan 46 defeated Buninyong 34.

Gordon Football Club

A
42
62

Carngham
Dunnstown

Final Score - Ballan 5 6


36 def Buninyong 4 1 25
Best - Swanson, C McLeod,
L Conlan, P Phillippou, R
Bongart, H Webb
The Under 12s had a tough
day and were out gunned
by a much bigger team.
The backline was under
relentless pressure but the
boys gave their all for the 4
quarters.
Final Score Ballan 0 0 0
lost Buninyong 14 9 93
Best - L Hallet, B Conroy,
J Monaghan, H Brown, L
Trickey.

Round 7 v Clunes
Under 12 - The forward
line was kept busy in the
first quarter with Gordon
dominating the play. After
many attempts, Bailey Colligan scored the first goal
followed up by two clever
position marks and goals
from Lachy Reynolds. The
second quarter saw Ash
McKenzie boot a big goal.
The scoring slowed down
until the third quarter

when Tom Conroy goaled.


Michael Fletcher played
well and contributed with
a final term goal. Jonny
DeBono and Riley Young
were in the best players this
week. It was a very convincing win by the team.
Under 14.5 - It was a tough
trip to Clunes for the under
15s. The boys battled hard
but were outplayed all over
the ground. A special mention to the six under 12 boys
who showed a lot of heart
to play a second game and
continued to run and work
hard.
Under 17.5 - After being a
very untidy first three quarters the last quarter was the
clubs best of the day. The
boys changed their game

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Phillips.
Reserves - A good win for
the seconds with Gary Bussitlll kicking six goals. Cam
Allen contributed well with
Mick Kersley kicking two
goals, well supported by
Paul Lahey, Dan Carey and
Damian Toohey .
Seniors The Eagles were
lucky to snatch a victory at
Clunes. The game was even
to half time and Clunes
kicked away with a four
goal lead near three quarter
time before Steve Nicholson
kicked a goal to be behind
by three goals at the break.
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pressure and scored a seven goal to two last term to


take the four points. Micky
Nolan, Steve Nicholson (7
goals), Tye Murphy, Steve
Patterson, Brad Hallam and
Mark Gunnell were in the
best players.
Netball
All four juniors teams had
a very successful morning
and won all games convincingly. The Senior C grade
team was just beaten and
unfortunately a player broke
her wrist and was taken to
hospital. B grade girls battled hard but could not put
a win together. The A Grade
Eagles had a win by four
goals with all players working hard to get the points
after a close battle all day.

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Bacchus Marsh Junior Football and Netball Club

Round 8 v East Ballarat


FOOTBALL
In the first real wet weather
day for the season the U10
Reserves got their hands to
the ball first and played to
the conditions. The strong
opposition forced the team
to deviate from the plan,
however the team adapted
well. Award - N. Knaver,
E. Steeholdt, J. Wood, B.
Wilson.
The U10 Senior team came
up against a good opposition on a wet morning. All
the players gave their all in
the wet and slippery conditions. Award - L. Meech, T.
Freeman, E. Thewma, F.
Stone, J. Bristow.
The U12 Reserve match
began with a goalless first
quarter for both teams.
Once some adjustments
were made to the line up
the Cobra team began

chalking up some majors


and proceeded to dominate
the scoreboard.
Bacchus Marsh 4.6.30 def
East Ballarat 1.0.6.
The U12 Senior boys
played well, dealing with
the first day of winter and
its slippery conditions.
An improving Cobra team
gave East Ballarat plenty of
competition, unfortunately
they were narrowly beaten.
Bacchus Marsh 3.8.26 def
by East Ballarat 5.10.40.
The U14 Reserve boys did
not hesitate in applying
the pressure required to
dominate their East Ballarat opponents. Playing a
game which resembled dry
weather football the boys
put on a great display of
skill and ball control.
Bacchus Marsh 10.9.69 def
East Ballarat 0.1.1.
The U14 Senior footballers
were tested by a good East
Ballarat line up. The boys
adjusted well to the conditions and proved to be too
strong on the day.
Bacchus Marsh 9.10.64 def
East Ballarat 2.3.15.
The U16 Reserves were up
against a consistent oppo-

nent. The boys fought out


a win in the difficult conditions, remaining undefeated and looking forward to
the bye and a week off.
Bacchus Marsh 8.5.53 def
East Ballarat 5.7.37.
In a tight first quarter the
U16 Senior football team
went to the break with a
narrow lead. The second
quarter saw the boys keep
their opponents score-less,
and go into the major break
well on top. The last quarter
saw the Cobras capitulate
their dominance in this
term. The Cobra teams accuracy was the difference
in the end, running out
eventual 24 point winners.
Bacchus Marsh 9.4.58 def
East Ballarat 3.16.34.
The Youth Girls team
played a great four quarters
of football, displaying really good wet weather skills
although not reflected by
the result.
Bacchus Marsh 0.0.0 def by
Sebastopol 8.7.58.
Best - A. Bertram, Bree Horan, N. Akroyd, H. Whitehead, Brittney Horan, H.
Mitchell.

NETBALL
The U11 netballers had a
fantastic win in the difficult
conditions. Keep up the
good work girls, your development and enthusiasm
is outstanding. Bacchus
Marsh 11 def East Ballarat 7.
Award winners; E. Lalor, A.
Muir and K. Downes.
The 13 Reserve netballers played extremely well,
working really hard across
the court coming out with a
hard fought win.
Bacchus Marsh 23 def East
Ballarat 15
Awards - A. Segrave, A.
Dellar, C. Martin.
The U13 Senior netball
team worked as team and
on their defence, proving
the stronger team coming
away with a hard fought
win.
Bacchus Marsh 24 def East
Ballarat 18
Awards - C. Dickinson, R.
Love, M. Baselmans.
Wet weather and soggy
slippery courts made it very
difficult for the U15 Reserve
netballers. The girls played
a good defensive game but
were overrun right from the

start by a very strong East


Ballarat side.
Bacchus Marsh 6 lost East
Ballarat 35
The U15 Senior Cobras
game plan worked as the
team improved on their
passing
and
receiving
skills.
Bacchus Marsh 26 lost East
Ballarat 31
The U17 Reserve netballers
played really well against a
top team, unfortunately errors, resulting in turnovers,

let them down.


Bacchus Marsh 22 lost East
Ballarat 27.
The U17 Senior netballers
were totally outplayed by
their East Ballarat opponents, only briefly showing
patches of good play. The
team could not put together
enough of these patches to
make inroads.
Bacchus Marsh 14 lost East
Ballarat 38
Next week - Bye

Bacchus Marsh Basketball

Ballarat Junior Football League

Results

Results Round 8

Under 10 Mixed
Lightning 2 (10) lost Panthers 2 (16)
Saints 1 (25) def Dolphins 2 (15)
Magic 1 (8) lost Dolphins 1 (16)
Lightning 1 (31) def Panthers 1 (4)
Under 12 Girls
Panthers 1 (21) def Lightning 1 (9)
Under 12 Boys
Magic 2 (4) lost Magic 1 (36)
Saints 1 (50) def Panthers 1 (0)
Lightning 1 (20) def Dolphins 2 (12)
Lightning 2 (15) lost Dolphins 1 (29)
Lightning 3 (30) lost Lightning 5 (10)
Under 14 Girls
Lightning 1 (44) def Saints 2 (11)
Under 14 Boys
Lightning 2 (10) lost Saints 2 (58)
Magic 1 (34) def Lightning 3 (8)
Saints 1 (66) def Dolphins 1 (16)
Panthers (4) lost Lightning 1 (76)
Under 16 Girls
Panthers 1 (24) drew Dolphins 1 (24)
Magic 1 (52) def Lightning 1 (6)
Under 16B Boys
Saints 2 (26) def Lightning 1 (21)
Marsh Heat (42) def Dolphins 3 (30)
Under 16A Boys
Magic 1 (30) def Dolphins 1 (29)
Panthers 1 (49) def Bullets (39)
Dolphins 2 (21) lost Saints 1 (52)
Under 18 Boys
Dolphins 1 (37) lost Saints 1 (41)
98ers (41) def Panthers 1 (23)
Magic 1 (48) def Bullets (17)
The Village Bacchus Marsh Lions
Squad - Results
U12 Girls def Werribee 2 - 50-12
U12 Boys lost Westgate 28-43
U14.1 Girls def Werribee 2 - 28-25
U14.2 Girls lost Diamond Valley 5 - 22-25
U14 Boys def Whittlesea 2 - 51-49
U16 Girls def Diamond Valley 4 - 47-42
U16.1 Boys def Broadmeadows 2 - 45-36
U16.2 Boys lost Corio Bay 32-35
U18 Boys lost Coburg 2 - 72-79
U20 Girls def Hampton Park 39-19
U20 Boys lost Chelsea 51-63

Ballarat Football League


Results Round 6

U/16.5 Seniors
Bacchus Marsh 9.4 (58) d East Ballarat 3.16 (34)
Ballarat 15.13 (103) d Sebastopol 5.7 (37)
Mount Clear 9.9 (63) d Lake Wendouree 5.14 (44)
North Ballarat 5.7 (37) d Redan 5.6 (36)

Seniors
North Ballarat City 24.20 (164) d Darley 7.9 (51)
Ballarat 19.18 (132) d Lake Wendouree 14.10 (94)
Melton South 15.9 (99) d Bacchus Marsh 14.14 (98)
Redan 19.13 (127) d East Point 5.9 (39)
Sunbury 14.11 (95) d Melton 14.6 (90)

U/16.5 Reserves
Bacchus Marsh 8.5 (53) d East Ballarat 5.7 (37)
Ballarat 29.11 (185) d Sebastopol 1.1 (7)
Lake Wendouree 8.7 (55) d Mount Clear 7.7 (49)
North Ballarat 15.19 (109) d Redan 1.1 (7)

Reserves
Darley 11.6 (72) d North Ballarat City 8.12 (60)
Ballarat 20.13 (133) d Lake Wendouree 7.7 (49)
Bacchus Marsh 17.11 (113) d Melton South 7.6 (48)
Redan 16.18 (114) d East Point 7.7 (49)
Melton 19.13 (127) d Sunbury 7.4 (46)

U/14 Seniors
Bacchus Marsh 9.10 (64) d East Ballarat 2.4 (16)
Sebastopol 4.7 (31) d Ballarat 3.11 (29)
Lake Wendouree 15.11 (101) d Mount Clear 3.4 (22)
North Ballarat 12.11 (83) d Redan 1.1 (7)

U/18.5s
North Ballarat City 21.16 (142) d Darley 4.15 (39)
Lake Wendouree 6.15 (51) d Ballarat 4.10 (34)
Melton South 15.22 (112) d Bacchus Marsh 3.5 (23)
East Point 5.17 (47) d Redan 2.11 (23)
Melton 9.6 (60) d Sunbury 8.9 (57)

U/14 Reserves
Bacchus Marsh 10.9 (69) d East Ballarat 0.1 (1)
Ballarat 17.10 (112) d Sebastopol 1.3 (9)
Mount Clear 2.7 (19) drew Lake Wendouree 2.7 (19)
North Ballarat 18.15 (123) d Redan 1.0 (6)

Ballan Golf Club


Results - Week ending Saturday 31 May
Wednesday - Stableford
Winner Bob Arklay 34 points,
R/up Kev Lockman 32points.
NTPs: 15th Hugh Miller, Magpie 14th Chris Tudor.
Saturday - Stableford
A Grade: Winner Frank Raffaele (11) 36 points,
R/up Don Wickson (11) 35 points
on c/b from Chris Tudor and Trevor Sparks.
B Grade: Winner on the day Ian Godkin (14) 39 points,
R/up Michael Di Fiore (18) 35 points.
C Grade: Winner Michael Kennedy (26) 35 points,
R/up Brian Cran (19) 34 points.
NTPs: 2nd Ian Godkin, 12th Trevor Sparks,
15th Don Wickson.
Magpies: 4th Hugh Miller, 18th Peter Di Fiore.

U/12 Seniors
East Ballarat 5.10 (40) d Bacchus Marsh 3.8 (26)
Ballarat 15.13 (103) d Sebastopol 1.0 (6)
Lake Wendouree 11.12 (78) d Mount Clear 1.1 (7)
North Ballarat 8.12 (60) d Redan 1.2 (8)
U/12 Reserves
Redan 1.2 (8) d North Ballarat 1.0 (6)
Bacchus Marsh 4.6 (30) d East Ballarat 1.0 (6)
Ballarat 11.9 (75) d Sebastopol 1.0 (6)
Lake Wendouree 3.4 (22) d Mount Clear 2.4 (16)
Youth Girls
Results - Round 5
Sebastopol 8.7 (55) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0)
Redan 15.17 (107) def M.C.D.F.N.L 1.0 (6)
Gisborne 3.0 (18) def Golden Point 2.4 (16)
Ballarat 7.3 (45) def Ararat 5.4 (34)

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1986 Nissan Navara

Dual Cab, Rego TTV111,


Fibreglass canopy, Turbo
diesel 5 speed, Bull bar,
good condition,
Sold as is ... Where is ...
$1650 - PH 0400 127 814

1985 16 ft New Home


Caravan. Very clean,
renovated inside.
Reg till Dec 14 (R19724).
Annex, microwave, sway
bar, mirrors etc included.
$6,000. Contact
0438692858

SOLD

1995 TOYOTA COROLLA


206,000kms, Auto, Blue.
Same owner since 1997.
Regularly serviced, VGC.
A great buy at $1,900 with
RWC (Reg. TOM 645)
Ph. 0412 944 626

SOLD

PRICED TO SELL

2001 Holden VU S ute


136,000 km.
Rare bronze colour,
stand out from the crowd!
RMX 129. $9,200
Phone 0459 022 364

CARAVAN Viscount 16 ft.


(Rego. A73336) Double
& bunk beds. Gas
elec. fridge & cooktop.
Microwave. Awning.
Excellent Condition.
Very original. $ 7250 ono.
Ph. 0408 348 487

SOLD

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99 magna sports
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